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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--FEIDAY, JULY 12, 1872.
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FIN ANCE AND TRADE.
Orricn'or tai Daily Appeal,
TnrsDAY, July 11, 18T2. )
A poet once wrote a poem called "The
Castle of Indolence;" every gate tnat
led to its its interior was covered with
cobwebs; Madison street is preparing to
present a aeries of tableaux from that
ltoem next Mardi Grits. The spiders
nave already commenced the cob
web business at the doors of the
banks, and the daily averages of
broken threads, caused by the en
trance of busy merchants, is very
small at present and daily becomes
" smal by degree and beautifully loss "
The business world Is irenerallv out of
town, and the Can't-get-awav Club are
ir : inline a call on Barncv Huirlio fur
a new lecture " appropriate to the sub
ject'' Exchange is scarce and currency
is slapping making the exchanges
through the medium of St. Louis, Jjoujs
vilie, and Cincinnati. There is some
demand for New Orleans exchange; the
suptilv is limited. Gold is quiet; one
house toookv( at 113. City currency
is taking a heavy part In the tableaux
spoken of above ;"keno and the disgrace
ful et ceteras fail to -wake it up;" 75 is
asked for citv coupons, but only 70c is
oflericg. Charleston railroad, Arkansas
levees, and Mississippi levees are all
studying their parts in ' the aforesaid "
tableaux. Becent sales of Gayoso Gas
stock have caused inquiries some say
amalgamation is the object, others de
clare that it is a case of " under which
King Beiizouian? "
Arkansas Levee bonds, nominal.
County scrip, 90(0)95. Barbour Lewis,
(ertitied, .N58. Merx.phis and Ten
nessee railroad 1st rxortgage. 64; 2d
mortgage, 72$. Memphis city railroad,
4b$ Bank of Tennessee money,92(S,94 for
old issue; new issue, 35037. Ten
i, ( 'omptroller's warrants, 93. Lit
tle Rock railroad first mortgage bonds,
;0. Memphis city gold Ismde, ex
coupon, 60; currency bonds, 53J54.
Memphis past due coupons, 75. For new
Mississippi levee S per cent bonds
(j . Mississippi new, 1872, warrants
74. Mississippi Central railroad stock,
13. Second mortgage Memphis and
Ohio U.uds at 80.
The New York market quoted 24c yes
terday morning, but before the close ad
vanced to 24 jo; Liverpool was steadier
at 10id ; New Orleans, 23Jc, a slight im
provement upon yesterday. In our mar
ket there was no demand beyond pick
ing up insignificant lots of 3, 5 or 10
ba.es, hardly amounting to 100 bales
altogether. It is to be observed that
prices keep up very stiff when the stag
u nancy of the market is considered. New
1 i York recovers a quarter of a cent of its
tfc late decline In the face of 10d in Liver-
a' pool, ana contirmeu good news respeoi
e ing the crops: in our market what mid
dling was sold vesterdav was at 24c, and
; lay a small quantity of strict mid
dling brought 25c. lr a demand started
off. could whole lists of these cottons be
bad at the same rates? In New Orleans
the decline from 24C to 23c is more ap
parent than real, for it is accepted
only for such small lots as from
day to day must be sold for one
reason or other; and lists could not
be obtained at those rates. The New
Orleans Picayune of Tuesday reported:
" There is ,'iterally no market, but quota
tions must be regarded as entirely nomi
nal. The inside figures for ordinary and
good ordinary are 4c, and those for low
middling lc, above the prices paid, but
are l'a jc below the pretensions of the
principal holders. There being, how
ever, no regular demand, it is necessary,
in order to bring out buyers, to offer
them the inducement of very liberal
concessions. Factors are compelled
. I iher to adopt this policy or hold their
stocks for future developments- When
they have trifling amounts, which tliey
are instructed to close out, they are un
der the necessity of pursuing the former
course. Hence the limited sales and
low j .rices." Everything goes to show
that the moment a demand springs up
rates will return towards their former
level. Will the demand come? That
is another questioa which probabilities
will easily answer. Among the cotton
sold yesterday was 20 bales at 17c, low
ordinary; 7 at 20c, strict ordinary; 7 at
28c, good ordinary; 10 at 23ic, strict low
middling: 2 at 25c, strict middling.
The following Is a comparative daily state
Ship)ed to-day -
Total receipt to date
Total shipments to date...
Memphis and Charleston railroad
Mississippi and Tennessee railroad..
Memphis and Ohio raiiro:l ........... -
.Meamens ... - -
Estimated per wagons and other sources
Memphis and Charleston railroad.
Memphis and Ohio railroad
Total - ffl
The following is the cotton report for
June of the New Orleans Cotton Ex
change: NW ORLEANS, July 8, 1S7X
To the President and Board of Directors of the
New Orleans Cotton Exchange :
Gentlemen We beg leave to sub
mit without comment, the following
report of the growing crop of cotton,
made up by us from replies to our inter
rogatories during the month of June:
We have numerous letters from this
State. In a few counties planters com
plain of unfavorable weather since the
15th of May, and some imperfect stands
but nearly all our correspondents report
the former as much more favorable than
last year, and the latter as being very
fine. Taking the average of estimates
we find that about 45 per cent, of the
crop, owing to long continued dry
weather, did not come up until after the
20th of May. The present condition of
cracM is generally excellent, and with a
favorable and late fall the yield is ex
jiected to be "a full average."
The weather, according to all of our
-orresioudent. nas been, siuce tne loth
of May, very favorable, and much more
so when compared with last year. Fully
one-third of the crop is reported not to
nave come up until after the 20th of
May. rtiands are said to be general I y
good, though in some of the parishes on
the Mississippi river, where a consider
able portion came up late, this is said to
lie not in a very gooi condition. With
good seasons, and late fall, an average
yield is looked for. Worms have ap-
I eared in small numbers in the parish
of Natchitoches, and, as is usual on their
tirst apit-urauce, have done no damage.
Replies to our interrogatories from this
StK-te date from 15th to 28th of June.
Weather has been, since 15th of May,
very favorable to the growth of the crop,
and much more favorable in comparison
with same period last year. The per
centage of late planting iu this State is
very small, say 6 per cent, and cotton
was generally" up in time. Stands and
present condition are said to be very
fine, and the prospect is, with an aver
age fall, that a full average crop will be
gathered. While with a late fall and
favorable season, appearances indicate
that a very large crop will be made.
II .. .. - un. ., . rf ... i uu in the rTitinties
of Upshur, liberty, and Jefferson, but
no injury to tin- crop nas as yet ueeu
done by them.
In tbit ritate tiie weather hap been,
(inee 15th May, very wet and unfavor
able, heavy, washiug rains having fallen
nearly throughout the entire State,
making the season this, much lese favor
able for the growth of the young plant,
than last year. The stands and condi
tion are represented as " not very prom
ising," the plant being small, hack ward,
and in the grass, the wet weather having
prevented the proper working of the
same. We have reported as jlanted
late " per cent, and about 40 per cent,
as not having rone to a stand lefore the
loui of Mav. Our knanaan May
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that even with an average fall, less thau
an average crop must be made, while i
with fuvoratile Heaeoiis and late fall uo
more Lhau an average can be obtained.
From this Htate our correspondence
dates from sth to 21st of June, and the
large majority report the weather since
1 otli May as favorable, and as more fa
vorable to the growing crop than same
period last year, with very good stands,
and generally in good condition. About
15 per cant, of the cotton was planted
late, and about 20 per cent was late in
coming to a stand, which is reported to
have been perfected by 16th May. Pros
pects are promising in this fjtate for a
full yield with an average fall and sea
sons", and for a large yield with favorable
fall and good seasons.
in thin Rtate. according to average of
ostimate sent us by over forty corre- noon has developed plana of a pool or
spondento, there was aoout 30 per cent. ganiwd to advance stock after Greeley's
of the crop planted, which did not come
up until after the 20th May. In twelve
counties the late planting is reported not
to have come to a stand before the 1 st
June, although the weather since the
15th May is very generally reported to
us as having been very favorable and
seasonable, and as much more favorable
when compared with same date last
year. With an average fall our corre
spondents look for a full crop, while
thev sav. -i should the seasons lie favor
able and the fall late, a large crop may
Our reports from this State date from
TTth to 2tth June. The weather sluce
15th May is represented as having been
irenerally favorable, though less favor
able when compared with same date
last year. Mauds and condition are
generally reported as good, though in
many parts of the State as small and
backward; about one-third of the crop
was planted late, and a small increase
over this, say 40 percent., was late in
coming up, which, on an average, came
to a stand on or about the loth May.
With a favorable fall a full yield is ex
pected. SOOTH CAROLINA.
Our letters from this State are not
very numerous, and date from 17th to
26th June. The weather has lieen dry,
but on the whole more favorable than
last year, since 15th May. One-half of
the crop in this State was planted late
and did not come up till the loth May.
Stands and condition are said to be, on
the whole, good, though in some places
small but clean and healthy, and our
correspondents are led to believe thst
with an average fall an average crop will
be made, and that a late fall with good
seasons will give this State a full yield.
By the letters ol our numerous corre
spondents in this State, the weather
since the 15th Mav is represented as
having been generally dry anil hot, and
to have been much more favorable to
the crop than at the same period last
year. They report as planted late in
this State one-uuarter of the crop, and
one-third as having come up late say
from t lio Uutu to Uie 2otli ol May, and
in some few counties stands from the
late planting were not secured until after
the 1st of June. The reports as to stands
and the present condition of tne crops
vary, but, on the whole, are considered
good ; and, with an average fall, a fair
yield may oe anticipated, wnne, witn
favorable seasons and a late fall, a full
crop may be expected.
Our reports from this State are meagre,
dating from loth to 24th June. Weather
has been very dry and hot since 15th
May, and compares favorably with sea
sons same time last year. Ten per cent
of crop planted late, which came up
about 25th May. Stands aud present
condition reported as generally good,
and with an average fall and seasons a
full yield is anticipated, while with fa
vorable season and late fall a large crop
may be expected.
PERRY NUGENT, Cotton Factor,
R. I1F.GAS. Cotlon Buyer,
HARRISON WATTS. Cotton Broker,
RICHARD FLOWER. Cot Win Factor,
Of Committee on Information anil Statistics.
Corn was in good demand and fair
supply this morning at improved rates;
yellow 63c, white boc. Oat were stag
nant; a small quantity arrived, but we
heard of no sales, Ilay is very quiet,
rates drooping. .Bran will not bring
over $20 on the landing. Comineal was
active at former prices, firm and steady.
flour is vacillating; low qualities are
less in favor since the warm weather,
and they were greatly neglected before ;
we change some of our quotations. Eggs
are in small receipt, but quite sufficient
for the demand, and are firm at 16c.
Chicken are firm for young, at previous
rates; some fine large pullets brought
f4, but tnat is an extra ngure. IVtatots
in bulk are still selling at $1 50 per bbl.
Bacon remains hrm; some houses are
asking a fraction above our quotations,
and the tendency is upward. Me I)rk
and Lard remain unaffected by the ad
vance. Coffee and Sugar are firm at
Quotation for feed arc for round lots
on the landing unlet otherwise expressed.
Apples In bbls, in shipping order,
Bran A lot of 500 sacks has been
sold within the past three days 350
sacks at $20, 150 sacks, in poor order, at
$19. Hale of 35 sacks corn bran at $15.
Bacon Breakfast, KKSilUyC: clear
sides, 84c; clear rib, 8c; shoulders, 6
6fc; hams, choice brands, !4 U-e.
Mess pork, $13 2513 50. A few casks
of sides were bought at 7jc, and resold
Builders' Materials Louisville
cement, per barrel, $2 255 25; plaster
Paris, $4 60; Rosendaie, $3 60(3 75;
hair, b(3fic per pound; fire-brick,
$5 per 100; common brick, $8 per 1000,
Baling Stuffs Hemp and flax, 2
pound, 17yc; 2-pound, 18c; iron ties,
8 Jet bailing twine, 17c.
'Beeswax 2830c per pound.
Butter Firmer at 1820c; extra,
Chickens Young scarcer at $2 500
3 75; old, $404 50.
Corn Stronger; sales of 125 sacks
yellow at 61c; 61, 113, and li'i sacks at
63c; 60 and 75 sacks white at 65c. In
the evening sales of 200 sacks yellow at
62c. 300 mixed, in new gunnies, at 65c,
135 white, in new gunnies, at Ode.
Cornmeal Sales of 100, 100, and 150
at $3 35; 160 and ISO at $3 40, delivered.
Coffee Firm at the following quot
ations: Rio, 2124c; Java, 25028c;
Cheese New York factory, 15016c;
English dairy. 18c.
Candles Light and full weights per
lb. in? faille.
Cottonseed, etc. At mills wc quote:
Cottonseed iu demand at S12 tier ton;
crude cottonseed oil, 45c per gallon.
K'.'.s In rather better supply, at 15
MlVC ; some lots in large boxes sold at
Fish White fish, $5 506 V half bb! ;
kits, $1 25; smoked herring, 35040c f
box; new mackerel 1 bbl No. 1, $14;
half bbl,$7 5008; kits, $1 MAI 60; No.
3, large bbls, $l(Ka,10 50; half bbls, $60
6 50; kits, ?1 1001 20. All quotations
Flour Super, $405; X, $5 250
6- XX, $6 5007; XXX, $7 2507 75;
choice family, $8 7009 50; fancy brands,
Groceries Soda, 7c for keg, and 8c
for liox. Brown and vellow susar in hints
90114c; white, 12Ks12e. ('rushed and
powdered, 1313c Carolina rice,
prime at 9c. Starch, 405c per pound.
Salt, $2 1602 25. Quotations of ban!
white sugar irregular.
Hay Salesof 30 and 75 bales timothy
at $24; 50 bales clover mixed, from store,
HoMlNV In first hands$4e?,4 25; kiln
dried $4 6004 75.
Hardware Nails, $5 75; iron bar,
5Jc; cast steel, 21c; castings, country
hollow-ware, 5jc; axes, 11015c'
Mitchell's do, $7 50, less discount.
Lard Kegs, 10c; tierce, 901Oc;
pails, 11c; country, in kegs, 80-9c. Sale
of 6 kegs country at 9c.
Lemons $12013; oranges. $U( 12.
Lime Alabama, by car-load, $1 50
01 60 per bbl; Ohio, $1 25.
Molasses Prime to choice planta
tion, 60068c; inferior, 40060c; com
mon to prime sugar-house syrup, 4GA
i tt.uc, 70(80e.
Oats oUiine doing; nominally
Oils Coal oil, 2H27cper gallon; lin
seed, raw, f 1 05; boiled, $1 15; lard oil,
85(a90c; train, $1 24; West Virginia lu
Vkoktablks Potatoes, $1 50 in bulk;
onions, $3fe3 50 per bbl.
MOSETABf ASD FINANCIAL MATTLKS
! latest abport ky telegraph.!
New York, July 11. Gold was quiet
and firm at 13jal4. The gold room
closed at two o'clock in the afternoon.
Loans were from 2 to 4 per cent, for ear-
Clearings were about ;t,ooo,tioo.
1 villa, v.it ai i iik- , - - -
Money easy at 3 to 4 per cent, on call,
su-xliug fcichauge Bankers' bills, ft
Southern State Securities State bonds
were quiet. Quotations are: Missouri,
MJc, ex. interest; Tennessee, old, 74c;
do new, 74 Jc; Virginia, new, 55c; do
old, 44e; North Carolina, old, S4c; do
new, 21 c.
United States Bonds Governments
were dull and steady. Quotations:
Coupons of 1881 17'c; 6-20s of 1882, 14;
5-a0 of 18K4, 14j ; 5-2Us of 1865, 16$; 5-20s
of 1865, new, 13,; 6-20 of 1867, 16; , 5-20s
of 1868, 13 j; do 10-tOs, 124; currency 6e,
14! ; new 5s, U.
Stocks and Bonds The Erie specula
tion was the feature of Wall street to
day, opening at 63J and selling up to 55,
and closing at 54a54. Outside of Erie
Pacific Mail was the prominent stock,
and fluctuated between 78 J and 74; the
balance of the u.-t improved from t to i
clodns stronc. The Rmt says this after-
nomination. The suggestion was first
made at Saratoga, where many specula
tors are staying, among whom are some
of what are called Yanderbilt people,
who figured at the Baltimore Democratic
Convention. Quotations as follows: Can
ton, 99J; Western Union Telegraph
Company. 75f ; Quicksilver, 42J; Adams
Express Company, 97i; Wells 4 Fargo
Express Company, 88$ ; American and
Merch'ts Express Company, 74; United
States Express Comp'y, 88: Pacific Mail,
75; New York Central, 98$; New York
scrip, 98; Erie, 53; Erie preferred, 75;
Harlem, 115!; Harlem preferred, 130;
Michigan Central, 1154; Pittsburg, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, 911; Northwestern,
73; JNortnwestern preterreo, wij; ivock
Island, 111; New Jersey Central, 107;
St. Paul, 53J- 8t Paul preferred, 77 f;
Wabash, 75; Wabash preferred, 87: Fort
Wayne, 96J; Terre Haute, 20; Terr?
Hautejireferred, 41 ; Chicago and Alton,
117: rhicagoand Alton preferred, 120;
Ohio and Mississippi, 45J; Cleveland,
Columbus and Cincinnati, 95- Burling
ton and Qulney, 130; Union Pacific, 37f ;
Central Pacific bonds, 101 J; Union Pa
cific bonds, 904; Delaware and Lockport,
10S; Hartford and Erie, 8.
New Orleans, July 11, 11:80 a.m.
Sight exchange, 3 16a premium. Sterl
ing exchange, 24ja24
London, July 11 Consols, 92J; United
States coupons, 5-20s '62. 91; do. '66,
92 i; do. '67, stj; ao. 1U-4UB, w.
Frankfort, July 11. U. B. coupons
5-20s 1862, 96.
July 11. Rentes, 63 75c.
COTTON MARKETS OF THE WORLD.
LATEST EEPOBT BT TELEGRAPH.
New York, July 11, 10:20 a.m. Cotton
firmer and held higher; ordinary, 19c;
good ordinary, 21Jc: low middling, 23c;
middliue, 241e: Alabama, 241c; Orleans,
24c; Texas, 24c Sales futures last
evening, 3100 bales; market strong;
Julv, nominally 23c; August, 2Jc; bep
tember. 21 ie paid; October, 20 3-lhc paid
12:10 p.m. Cotton easier; ordinary,
19fc; good ordinary, 21 $c; lew middling,
23c; middling, 24c; Alabama, 24Jc;
Orleans. 24c: Texas. 24c. Sales to-d ay,
191 bales: last evening, 342 bales. Fu
tures easier; sales, 8700 bales; July, 22c;
Auirust. 22ic: October. 3-lbc.
3:20 D.m. Cotton firm; ordinary,
19c: stood ordinary. 2Uc; low mid
dling. 231c: middhuK, 24lc; Alabama,
24ic: Orleans. 24ic: Texas, 24ie. Sales
to-dav to sninners. 555 bales: futures,
14,900; last evening to spinners, 343
bales, r utures nrm; J uiy, ac: August,
23io : Se ptember, 22 3-18c.
Cotton report for three Jdays at all
United States ports Net receipts, 2749
bales: exports to Great Britain, 3792
bales; stock, all classes, 137,995 bales.
Liverpool, July 11, 10:30 a.m. Cot
ton heavy; uplands, lOJd; Orleans, Hid;
sales, BUD bales.
1:30 p.m. Cotton steadier; middling
uplands, 10!d ; Orleans, 1 lid ; sales, 10,000
lwles: for export and speculation, 3000
5p.m. Cotton steadier; uplands, 10d;
New Orleans, July 11, 11:30 a.m.
Cotton entirely nominal; middling,
22c. No sales.
2 p.m. Cotton dull and nothing
doing; middling, 22c. Ssales, 200 bales;
receipts, 119 bales.
St. Louis, July 11. CottonWull and
Louisville,' July 11. Cotton dull and
nominal; middling, 23 Jo.
Nashville, July 11. Cotton dull and
prices drooping; low middling, 23c.
Cincinnati, July 1 1 . Cotton dull and
THE NEW TORE DRY (400 DS MARKET.
LATEST REPORT BT TEX.EOBAPH.1
New York. July 11. There has been
some feelers thrown out for large lots of
standard sheetings for future deliver-,
but we are unable to learn whether any
definite contracts were closed. There is
also a disposition to purchase heavily of
Canton flannels and a few of the favorite
brands of sheeting to supply extreme
trade. Indications are that there will be
a considerable movement of these goods
in first hands, and the prices realized for
them will largely determine the opening
prices for the season. The New York
Bulletin says there is more confidence
in the prices of woolens, with a disposi
tion on the part of clothiers to purchase,
as we feel warranted in saying that
cloths and cassimeres are seemingly as
low as manufacturers can produce them.
THE DOMESTIC PRODUCE MARKETS.
LATEST EXPORT BT TELttSRAPH.)
New York, July 11. Flour Is lees ac
tive, demand being chiefly for home use;
common to good extra, $6a6 30;
(food to choice, $6 36a7 15. Whisky la
Arm and more active at 92a92Jc. Wheat
a shade firmer; white Western, $1 67Ja
170. Kyeiiuict; Western, 77a7ec .Bar
ley and malt unchanged. Corn higher,
with a fair export and home trade;
steamer, Western mixed, 58a60c. Oats
active and hiirher: Western. 42ia4-k.
Kgg9 dull; Western, 17alSc. Coffee
firm; Rio, 16Jal!K'- Sugar is in fair
request; fair to good refined, baSjc.
Petroleum, crude 12c; refined, 22ia22c.
Provisions Pork, firmer; mesa, $13 45a
13 50. Beef quiet; mess, $7 50a8 50;
cut meats are steady ; shoulders, 5Ja5 jc.
Lard lower and more active: No. 1 to
prime steam, 8ia9jC; kettle, dfc. But
ter dull; Western, 10al6c.
New Orleans, July 11. Flour lower;
XXX, $7aS 50; extra family, $9 50. Com
easier; mixed, 59a60c; white, 74a75c. Oatu
lower; 40a44c. Hay lower-prime, $24a2R;
choice, $27a30. Bran dull at tl 10. Pork
dull; mess, $12 87$. Bacon scarce and
firmer; shoulders. 6ta6; clear sides,
8Jac. Hams choice sugar-cured, 14a
14jc. Lard quiet; tierce, packers, 9c;
refined, 9ia9c; keg and kettle, 10c:
refined, 10al01c. Sugar firmer; good
to fully fair, 9Jal0c; prime to choice,
lojaiofc. Molasses poor cistern bot
tom, 30c; fair fermenting, 52c; city re
finery on orders, inferior, 30c: common,
40c: fair, 60c: prime, 55c; choice, 80c.
Whisky, Bua94c. Coffee, 17al9e.
Chicago, July 11. Flour, only a
limited jobbing demand; spring extra.
$6 5ua7 26. Wheat demand firm ana
prices advanced, due mainly to specula
tion; .No. 2 spriug, fl 231aJ ;- spot.
Corn active and advanced: No. 2mixed,
-l"talli-. regular and fresh, spot. Oats
steady No. 2, 25$c. Whisky active and
advanced, sales reported at 87c. Pork,
a speculative demand, prices higher at
$13 40al3 50 cash. Lard steady and held
higher, 8jc bid, 9c asked. Bulk meats
in fair demand, W higher; shoulders.
5a5ic: clear rib, 6a7c. Bacon, demand
light but holders firm, 6, 7, 7J , 8a8c ;
liaius, sugar -cured. ImhI.iJc, all packed.
Cuttle dull and only light local demand.
Lodisvillb, July 11. Tobacco Sales
100 hhds. Lugs, 88c; low to good leaf,
Sal3c. BagKing steady, 16al7c. Flour
demand light; extra family, $6 75.
Grain quiet; wheat, chouse red and
white, $1 20al 30 on arrival; corn, 02c;
oats, 43c; rye, Wto; barley, new, 75c.
Provisions firm, good order demand for
bacon and hams; mess pork in round
lot- held at $12; baron, hi, 8a8fc packed;
hulk meats, 5, 7a7jr loose; hams very
firm; sugar-cured, l.'UaMc; plain, 124c;
lard kettie, 9c; contract, 8Jc; order
lots, ic higher. Whisky, 86c.
Nasitvillk, July 11. Flour steady,
superfine, $6; choice family, $7 60a8.
Wheat $1 101 26. Corn 68c sacked
and delivered. Oats, 45c, sacked and
delivered; 35c loose. Bye, 70c. Corn
meal, $3 25. Provisions are stiff
and firm. Mess pork, $14; rump,
$10 60. Lard prime steam, Sc; kettle,
10c Baveon shoahkas, 6jc; dear rib,
8fc; clear sideaj 8jc. Hams sugar
St. Louis, July 11. Flour steady;
standard brands; XXX, $6 767 26; fan
cy. 25. Wheat better; sample lobi
new red winter, No. 2, $1 40al 45. Com j
in fair dvaad; No. 2, mixed, c9c.
Oats steady; mixed, track, 28aifcJo..
Whisky steady; 87c. Pork very quiet;
order lota at $13 60. Baoon firm, lea
doing; jobbing and order lots at 6, 8a8o
Hulk meats no sales. Lard quiet; win
ter steam, up country, 8m Hogs anu
eU4eM d: 1a 1 Lata
Cincinnati, Julv 11. Flour in fair
demand at $7a7 25. Wheat steady, sales
nominal: white. $1 45. Rye dull and
declined at 6oa7c. Oats dtdl at 30a3fJo.
Pork steady; sales of city at $14 75.
Lard dull; summer, 7Ja7jc. Bulk meats
steady: shoidders are held at 5c; clear
rib, 6ja7e; clear, 7c. Bacon demand
good, with sales of shoulders at 5fc:
clear rib, 7a7J-e; clear sides wanted at
8e; stock slight ; clear rib, 8e, to come
out next week.
South Memphis, No. IIS Meets 2d Fridain
each mouthi.: bull corner Ma.iivju umi c
ond. A. J. Wbeeler, W. M.; J. Harvey
Am?m, No. 16K Meet flret Monday In
every mantb.ut Odd Follows JHall, corner
Court and Main: C. U. Locke, W. M. U
Leila Scott, No. 2t Meets first Thnreduy 1
each montli ; hull corner Maiilwn and Sec
ond;M. Sturm, W. M.; M. Hochstadter, Secy
DeSoto, No. 2f Meets third Friday of each
month, at Odd Fellown Hall ; R. C. WiUlam
son, W. M. ; R. W. Sbeltou, Secretary.
Kji.winniho, No. 311 Meets fourth Friday of
each month, at south Memphis Hall, corner
of Madison and Second: V. H. Ki hardet,
W. M. ; Louis UEapski, Secretary.
Pesn Chapter, No. H Meets second Moa-
day of each month, at Odd Fellows H&U; C.
U. Loceo, M. E. H. P.; A. J. Wheeler, Sec y.
Mhphis Chapter, No. 5 Meet at Odd
Fellows Hall third Mondav of each month ;
W. S. Matthews, M. E. H. P.; John W. Ward,
R. AND S. M.
Ecreea Cocncii.,No. S Meets third Thursday
of each month, at Odd Fellows Hall ; O. lUs
der, Th. I1L; C. H. Myers, Recorder.
Cyrene Oommasdery, No. 4 Meets fourth
Monday of each month ; Oeorge McilersJi,
Com.; T. J. Barclius, Recorder.
Mithras LonoK or Perfection, No. t, A.
and A. 8. Kite Meets fourth Thursday of
each month, at Angeroua Lodge Hall ; lieo.
Mellersh, Master, E. C. McDowell, Secretary.
O. O. F. DIRECTORY.
odd Follows Hall, corner Main
and North Court streets.
Memphis, No. 6 Meet every Tuesday night;
A. J. -Ward, N. (J.: R. F. Alexander, V. U.;
John Waynesburg, Secretary ; E. K.
Chickasaw, No. 6 Meets every Monday
niaht: Leon Levy, N. O.; D. Schloss. V. ti.;
J. A. Holt, Secretary ; H. I). Gonnell, Tieas.
Schiller, No. I" Meets every Wednesday
night; Joseph Uhl, N. ti.; H. fironaucr, .
G.; J. A. Gronauer, secretary ; J. G. Schmidt.
Banner, No. 10 Meets every Friday nieht;
T. S. Jakes, G. G. ; OL D. Hllliard, V. G. ; E.
R. Jack, Secretary ; J. s. Wilklns, Treaiurer.
Memphis Degree, No.:t Meets first Saturday
of each month; W. H. Moyston, D. M. : E.
Bingham, D. Is M.: J. E. Kussell. A. L. M.;
T. 8. Jukes, Secretary, Leon Levy, Treasurer.
Gatoso, No. :i Meets on the first and third
Thursday nights of each month ; John Liuk
bauer, C. P.; John Gordon, H. P.; W. H.
Moyston, S. W.; R. F. Alexander, J. W.;
Thomas, Bacon, Scribe.
Memphis, No. 30 Meeth second and fonrth
Thursday nightsof each mouth: T.S. Jukes,
C. P.; T. B. Bingham, U. P.; J. W. Waynes
burg, K. w7: A. W. Newsom, J. W.; J. T.
This wonderfnl Tegetable restorative
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especially snbject, it is superseding
every other stimulant. In all climates,
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specific in every species of disorder
which undermines the bodily strength,
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Prescription ot n Regular Thysician of. Fif
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W No other remedy offers no many induce
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cure; no shock to the nervous system. The
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For Preserving and Beautifying the Un
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It softens the gums, reduces inflammation,
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your prejudices, nor the prejudices of others,
stand between you and your suffering child
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Having the facsimile of ' CURTIS 4 PER
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I Cures Colic and Ortplng'
Mrs. la the Bowels and faclli- Price
White omb's tales the process ol Teeth-: 35
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Subdues Convulsions and
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Cures Diarrhea, Dysen-I
Mrs. tery and summer Cora-.Prlce
WhlLcomb's plalni In children of all; 26
Syrup. aces. Cent
It is the Great Infant's and Children'
Soothing Remedy for all disorders brought
by Teething or any lher cause.
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ItVUBTICD ln 109 Daily, Weekly
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all three of them circulating largely
IB the surrounding country. They are
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Lout Health Regained. Self-neglect
rays the foundation of much bodily sti Bering.
A a rule men are more solicitous to repair
and preserve their houses, stock in trade and
other perishable property than to repair
and preserve themselves. They can see when
a wi dl requires a prop, or a weak structure a
girder, but appear to be unconscious or, or In
different to, the cracks and flaws aud evi
dence of decay In their own frail and sensi
tive organisations. The consequence of this
want of common prndeuce is that thousands
fall by the wayside In the prime of life every
year who might have lived to enjoy u hale
and hearty old age, If they had resorted to the
proper means of reoruitlng their falling vigor
at the proper time. Seeing what that famous
vitalizing and Invigorating elexlr, Hosteller s
Stomach Bitters, has done for countless mul-
Utudes of the enervated and broken down,
and with the long, unbroken record of Its
cures btiore him, It seems amazing that any
sufferer from premature decay, nervous weak
ness, dyspepsia, biliousness, chronic constipa
tion, or disease of a remittent or lntermitten
character, should delay even for an hour to
seek the aid which Its toning, regulating and
Invigorating properties have never failed to
afford. It Is no exaggeration to say that Hoe-
letter's Stomach Bitters Is the most faithful
ally of nature, in her struggles with weakness
aud disease, that modlcal botany and honest
chemistry have yet given to the world.
The ' Ban Days " and their Danger.
At this season of the year the blood Is apt to
become impure: the appetite poor: the skin
sallow ; the tiody enfeebled ; the system re
laxed, making it susceptible to attaeks of
Chills aud Fever, Rheumatism, eruptions of
the skin and the development of the affecu
of the injudicious use of Calomel. All this
trouble may oe avoided oy me use or a lew
bottles of Dr. Tuff's Sarsaparilla and Queen's
Iientbt. it is narmiesa in us etieot., tiu: a
powerful enemy to diseases. Try It, and you
will nnu li a xrienu in ueeu.
KM Tutt's Liver Pills moves tbe bowels to a
n kalt a v action not acung as it were me
chanically, but they stimulate the secretions,
and In a healthful and natural manner exnis
all Impurities without weakening the body.
Dr Tutt't Hair Dye duct not Injure the Hair.
LEA& PERRIN S SAUCE.
Pronounced by Connoisseurs
"THK ONLY GOOD SAUCES."
It Improves appetite and digestion, and it
is nnrivalled for Its flavor. We are directed
by Messrs. LEA A PERRINS to prosecute all
parties making or vending ooun erfelts.
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AGENTS, New York.
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' npHlS superb Hair Dye is the best In the
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contain a particle of lead or injurious com
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Car and Tender Loading Apparatus.
THIS is a machine to the direct interest of
every railroad in the United Statws.
I am now prepared to ay that my patent
will load all the fuel that U wanted un 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 wil 1 do to dump, in the same
I am ready to fell right, and make deed
to railroad companies, or State, or to the en
'Jra United States. Adores,
Bell' Di'pot. Tervj
has now been before the public for nearly two
years. Its merlta 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 dissatisfied with its work. In fact
the testimonials already published In the Ap-
peal, and the many more which have been
shown us from planters below on the river
satisfy us that It la, to say the least, a Hod-send
to the Soath.
The following Indorsements, given to
Messrs. Mliburm, Walker ft Co., wagon dealers
87 Union street, general agent for tbe sale f
this machine, from gentlemen personally
kuown throughout the South, wlli give to
those at a distance a guarantee of the capacity
or the mac nine:
Mejtphis, Ten., April 22, 1872.
Messrs. MUhurn. Walker ft Co.:
Having examined some work executed by
the Planter's Machine, I have no hesitation In
saving that It is a ilecl'led success. The plow
Ing Is perfect, and the ridges formed at the
same time are much superior to those made
In the old style. They are uniform, and it is
hard to distingntsn one rrom tne oiner. i
commend It as a labor-saving machine, and
trust it will be liberally patronized by the
planters oi meoum.
r. C. STEPHENSON,
Shelby County, Tennessee
The above gentleman Is well known
throughout West Tennessee and North Missis
slppl as one of our most practical planters. Of
the following, from Mr. Ford, of the well
known house of Ford 4 Porter, it U unneces
sary to speak. Mr. Ford Is not only one of the
largest planters In the South, but one of our
ablest and most reliable business men. He
I examined the beds or ridges made bv the
Planter's Machixb, and do no not hesitate
to say they are more regular ana uniiorm
than anv f eTer saw made hr the common
mode of preparing beds. I did not see a test of
the planting portion of the machine, but fully
believe It wlli work veil. The ground on
which the teat was made wasveiydry and
hard, and vet the plowlne was done wen-
much more regular and uniform than by the
I THINK THE PLOW IS CAPABLB OF BREAK
ING UP AND BBDDIN8 AT LEAST EIGHT ACRES
(Signed) NEWTON FORD.
The season Is now pressing, and It would be
well for planters to give In their orders to
Messrs. Mllbum 4 Walker, without further
notice. They will give planters all the time
they wish for the payment.
MEBURN, WALKER & CO.,
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Orders aad remittances to be addressed to
WILLIAM M. BROWNE.
m Mala street, Memphis, Tena.
swoo for arity ana atreng-xn
11 rvr aotTIP5 naunrDi
No. Mi, R. D. In the Second Chancery Coart
of Wnelby county, l. , Humes ft
l'oslon v. W. J. Ward.
IT appearing from the bin wbtrh n sworn
to In Ihis cans that the ilWeuilaut. W.
J . Marl, isjosuj mdeijietlto In: complainant
in the sum of 550, due by i-n account for
professional services, and thai -aid 'iefendaul i
is a non-reidcnt ol the Stale of Tennessee,
and that for these causes an attachment was
sued out of this court against the property of
defendant, and the same was ixsued, and has
been returned by the Sheriff, luly levied on
the property of defendant, W.J. Ward :
It Is therefore ordered by the ( lerk and
Master, That be make bjsappauiautf herein, I
at the Courthouse of the .'Second Whancery
Court, In the city of Memphis,Tenucssee, on or
befere tbe first Monday Id August, 1472, and
plead, answei-oi demur t complainants' bill,
or the same will be taken for confessed as to I
him, and set for bearing ezparte; and that a
copy ol this order be published one a week,
for lour successive weeks In the Mciupti
This June 18th, IS72.
A copy Attest,
M. D. L. STEWART Clerk and Master.
By Crahtbek Bkixukb, d. c. aud M.
T. B.Turley, Sol. for Complainant. ju2D
N o. 60$ In the First Chance ry Court of Selhy
county, Tennessee. Henry Luird aud others
vs. Krnestlne Helnrieh, Adm"x nf P. H.
Heinrich and others.
rl appealing from affidavit in this cause
that the defendants, Ernestine Heinxlch,
widow of P. H. Heinrich, deceased, William
Ilclnrich, Ernestine Heinrich, Herman Hein
rich, Frederick Heinrich and Arthur Heiu
rieh, minor children of F.miwtlno and P. H.
Heinrit'h, and H. A. Ciinvth are iiou-rasiuents
of the State of Tennessee :
It is therefore ordered. That they make thedr
appearance herein, at the ccsirt-honn In the
c:f;. of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the
uday in September, iX2, and pi- ad an-
swer or demur to cojiid.
aemur to complainant s bill, or the
same will be taken for con
and sj-t tor L'-annii so parte: and
of tills order be published ones i
four successive weeks, in the 3Ie
peal. Tl.ls July 10, 1S72.
A copy att.-t :
EDM L - U A. COLE. Clark and Master.
uy c. b. jicni.Mii , uepuzy i. and M.
C. W. Frazer, Sol. forcompl'nt. Jyll thu I
No. 517 In the first Chancery (
County, Tennessee A. Mtinn
of the estate of James Carro
Samuel Poston, J. C. Stewart
IT appearing that the above-i
ooiumenc.tl lor tin: purpose
the estate of James Carroll, d
solvency of which hits been si
County Court of Shelby County, and prayln
that all creditors thereof couie forward ana
file their claims, etc.; that subpa'iia has been
issued, and returned by the Sheriff not to
be found as to defendants K. M. Johnson. P.M.
File and James Levi :
It is therefore ordered. That such creditors
make their appearance herein at the Court
house, in the cj:y of Meuiplii-. Tennessee,
on or before the first Mondav In October.
1K72, and tlleand establish thelr'elaitns against
said estate, having themselves in
etc., and that said non-resident
make their appearance herein .
Monday In Anvmt. IV-'. and plea1
demur to complainant-,' bill, ortli,
of said estate will be proceeded v
as to the creditors, and the cause
defendants set for bearing ex part
copy of ihisorder be published o
for fmr successive weeks in th
n the first j
, answer or ;
settlenu tit I
lib exports i
as to said
, and that a
ice a week
this June 20. 1OT2.
A copv attest:
KDMCND A. COLE, Clerk and Master.
By It. BT.ACK, D. C. and M.
Haynea A Stockton, Sii rs for ( ompl t. ju'l
No. K8 In the Second Chancery Court of
Shelby County, Tennessee William L.
Vance vs C. D.Smith, the unknown heirs of i
C. D. Smith, Lucy C. Thompson. . orge W.
Thorapsou and Philip W. 'i nonipson.
r appearing from the bill which is sworn to
in this cans., that the dfen.lahl, I'. I.
Smith, is justly Indebted to the complainant I
in ine sum oi wjiu u.i. eviueucsl by lus several
notes of date June h, 1857, given for the pur
chase of two certain lots known on the plan of
the city of Memphis as lots 10 and 11, fronting
on Promenade street, lo secure which s.-iid
Smith executed his deed of trust to Philip If.
Thompson, trustee, since deceased, and that
tills bill seeks tike appointment of a new trus
tee and adiveslure of he legal titieoutof the
heirs of said P. H. Thompson, and a vestlture
of the same in the new trustee, with full
powers, etc., and that ilie residence of C. L.
Smith and the unknown heirs of C. D Smith
is unknown, and that Lucy c. Thompson,
(ieorge W. Thompson and Philip H. Thomp
son are residents of tbe Stab' oi Kentucky,
and that they are all nou -residents of the State
It is therefore ordered hy the Clerk and Mas
ter, That they make their appearance herein,
at the courthouse of tlie Second Chancery
CourUn the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on
or before the first Monday in August. 1S72, and
plead, answer, or demur to complainant's
bill, or the same will be taken lor . on fessed
as to them, and set for hearing ex parte; and
thatacopyof this order be published oncea
week, for four successive weeks, in the
This 2T.th day of June, 1872.
M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk ..r..l M:-t, r.
By UKiisiig M allokv. D. c. and M.
Charles F. Bullock, sol's for Compi't. Je-Ji
No..OT. In the First Chancery Court nf Shel
by county, Tennessee. T. H. ami J. M.Al
len A Co. vs. E. A. Allen et al.
TT appearing from the bill, sworn to. in this
X cause that the defendant, E. A. Allen, is a
resident of the state of Arkansas, and a non
resident of tile State of Teunrsse. , that lie i.s
indebted to complainants, by open account,
in the sum of StiOl 51. and that this suit is
brought U) subject the iulerest of i . A.Allen
in a policy of life insurance, on the life of
Amelia Watts, deceased, in the Carolina Life
Insurance Company of Memphis, for $5win;
that a writ of attachment was regularly Is
sued and returned by the Sheriff of slielby
oounty, levied on said policy of life insurance;
It is therefore ordered, that he make tils ap
pearance herein, at the Courthouse, in the
city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the
first Monday in August, 1S72. and plead,
answer or demur to Complainants' bill or the
same will be taken for confessed as to him
and set for hearing cxpartejind that a copy ot
Ihisonler be nublislied oucc a week, for four
successive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal.
Tills June 6, 1N7J.
A copy .Attest ;
EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master.
isy E. B. MCrmntT. V. C. and M
W. O. W.
i'eatheriord.Sol. for Complts. Jufi
No. 77, R.D. in the Probate Court of Shelby
couuty, iennjssee. C. L. L. Heaves, Wm. N.
N. Mahafley and wife, Ann T. Mahaffey vs.
James A. B. Reave, Thomas C. Heaves, Per
lie P.J. Reaves, Liiiabeih Reaveeand Lucy
IT appearing from affidavit filed in this
cause Hint Perlie P. J. Heaves is a non-res
ident oi tbe state of Tennessee aud is a resi
dent of the state of Alabama:
It is therefore or iere l. That he make Ha
I appearance herein at the courthouse of the
rrooate tourt, in tne cityot .Memphis, on or
before the first Monday In August, 172. and
plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill,
or the same will be taken for confessed as to
him and set for hearing ex parte; and that a
copy of this order be published once a week,
for four successive weeks, in the Memphis
Appeal. This June 11, 1S72.
A copy attest:
JAMES RE ILLY, Clerk.
By J. H. CrxLEN-, D. C. luM wed
B. T. Reaves, Sol. for complainant.
No. 2701 1 a the First Chancery Courtof Shelby
county, Tennessee. John Mcltrooks, Adm r
of Elijah Brooks, deceased, vs.Sarah Brooks
IT appearing from affidavit in this cause that
t he defendant, to the amended hi i 1 of com
plainant, to-wit: D. L. Ilany and M. L. Hany.
residents of Mississippi, and Bettie Suggs, a
citizen of Arkansas, are all non-residents of
Itis therefore ordered. That they make their
appearance herein, at the rourtnouse in the
city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the
first Monday lu August, UsTi, and plead, answer
or demur to complainants' amended bill, or
the saraewiil betaken for confessed as to them
and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy
of this order be published once a week, lor
four successive weeks, ln the Memphis
A copv attest:
EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master.
By R. J. Black, Deputy C. aud M.
(ieo. W. Wiiicl-.-ster. svl. for compl'nt. jy7
lJIstEi OP Xj-A-HNTD
W. B. Rodman and others vs ft. S. Bradford
rUtusL AIS I to auecree in ine soove cans,-,
rendered on the 20th of October, 171, in
the Circuit court of the United states for the
District of West Tennessee, I will sell, in front
of the courthouse of said court, in Memphis,1
On the 31st of July, lf72,
all of a tract of Sua) acres of land in Lake
County, Tennessee, hereinafter descri bed, ex
cept 402. acres.
Said 25B0 acre tract was granted to John
Gray mount by grant No. 24.SMU, and is bound
ed as follows: Beginning at a stooping syca
more in the north boundary line of the Berry
hill tract oi 70)1', acres, ajo poles east from its
northwest corner: thence north stio poles;
thence east 512 poies; thence south H00 poles to
an Ira marked "J. C. ;" thence west 512 poles,
to the beginning. The part of said grant
reserved out of tliis sale is iffl1 acres, owned
by A. 8. and H. Purk, aud is bounded as follows:-Commencing
in the north boundary of
tbe tract, 170 polesesstof its uorUiwest corner;
thence east 2110 poles; thence south iles;
thence west 20u poles; thence north : 122 poles,
to the beginning. All the rest ol the original
tract, except said 402.' acres. Is to lie sold.
Sale to be ln two equal installments, one at
six months from the day of sale, anil tbe other
falling due 1st May, 1873. Bond and good se
curity reouired.and a lien retained for ibe Dur-
ma sale to be without redemp-
July 2, 175,
HORACE E. ANDREWS.
Clerk of said court.
Wit. H. ST ki'H k.ns. Solicitor. Jy2
Notice in Bankruptcy.
In the District Courtof the United States, lor
the District of West Tennessee. in the mat
ter of George W. Scott, Bankrupt. In Bank
ruptcy. District of West Tennessee ss.
To whom it may concern :
rpHE undersigned hereby gives notice of his
J. appointment as Assignee of George W.
Scott, of Memphis, in the county of Shelby
and State of Tennessee, within said District,
who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his
own petition, by the District Court of said
Memphis, Tennessee, the 12th day of June.
A.D.. lcT2. O WTOLDRirviF. Assignee.
JOSEPH H. KILPATRICXj
Attorney at Law,
Office No. 5 Planter's insurance Building,
11 MadiMu street, Memphis, TeuwNt
Sheriff's Saleof Real Estate
BY virtue of an execution from the First
Clrealt Court of Shelby county. In favor
C. W. Frayser vs. ( arson A Burks tor VAi, be
sides oost'ind interest, I will Bell to the high
est bidder, for cash. In front of the Sheriff's
oIBce.un Second street, in the city of Mem-
Friday, the 12'h Daj of Joly, 1S72,
ts Nos. 17 and W, in Block No. 7, In Butler's
iddltton to the city of Memphis, on the north
ilde of i aLhoun street ; said lots lying In what
s cuili-d Heath Memphis. Shelby county, Stat
n Tennessee. levied on as the property of
lames i. am a to sattaryaaJd execution Inter
st and costs. Sale between the hears of 10
clock a.m. aud I p.m. June 11 InTZ.
MAKCl's J. WiUGkT Sheriff
BT W. W. CoUEHAB, lputy .-herifT?
C. W. Fr
Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate
BV virtue of a venditioni exponas from tbe
First Circuit Court of Shelby county In
favor of South mirth 4 Thayer vs. Robert H.
Ob, t for (111 .iu, besides in P rest aud coau. I
will sell to the liighest bidder, for cash, in
front of the Sheriffs office, on Second street.
In the city of Memphis, on
Friday, the mk Day of July. 1872,
the following described lot or parcl of laud.
ner; thence west
ou as tne proi-rty ol sawl Kobert H. Ober to
satisfy said dent, mterw-t and cost. Sale be
tweeuthe hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 1 p m.
June 11, l-TC.
MARCUS J. WRIUHL, Sheriff.
Hy W. W. C'oj.i..iAJf, Lepuly sheriff.
Jarnigan & Fray s.-r, Aft ys for plt'ffs. Jnl2
of Real Estate.
V virloD of two executions from the Fir
lit f onrt of Shelby ccmn'v. in favor
of Mansfield A Hihee vs H. C. Brewer. I will
sell fur cash- to the high.-st bidder, in front
of tne sheriffs ofSee, on Second street, in the
city of Memphis, on
Friday, tbe lata day oi July, IN72,
ast with Fi
iks to a sta
i-i -si s.
June lllh, IaTZ,
MARLT'S I. WPJtTHT, Sheriff.
W. W. rm.r.HAS, IV-pntv Sheriff.
Mallory x Young, Atty for 1'ltTs. Jel2
Sheriff's Saleof eal Estate
bidder, for cash, in front ol the
re, on Second street, in the city of
Monday, the 'i'id day of July,
one lot i Itind lyln? n thecuy of Memphis,
Shelbv connlv. Tennessee, beginning at a
stake in Hi.- south line of Tate street. $;i'. feet
y of said Martin Roland to satisfy sui.1 debt,
uteres! and cost. Sale between tbe hours of
J o'clock a-ui. aud 1 p.m.
MARCUS J. WRIGHT, Sheriff.
By W. W. Co an, Deputy sheriff.
J. A. OnlejvAttorney for Plaintiff.
. ... T?J.
BY virtue of a Deed of Trnst executed to the
undersigned ou the 2th day of Novem
ber, LS7I, by Thomas Warren to secure the
payment of certain indebtedness, (herein tie
scribe. I, I will, as Trustee, offer for sale, for
cash, to the highe-st bidder, at public outcry,
at the Real Estate Exchange of Royaler, Trez
evant A Co.. on the northeast corner of J. tier
son and Main streets, in Hie city of Memphis,
Monday, July li, 1872,
between tbe hours of 11 son. arid 2 p.m.. th
lowing aescnoea r
Tennessee, on the
nae east nound
leing lou nine
Uon of the Tay
tion of Poplar
h lot havinga
ary oi me cuy
iiud ten ou th
front on tl
aflk of reiiemutloti is
Bv trf'lieved U) be perfect,
vev .liny as trusU-e.
HN P. TREZEVANT, Trustee.
" CotrjfYY OitiiT Clerk's Okfk'E, 1
Memphis, June 21, 1S72.
THE following settlements, having been
riled in my olhee, wilt be presented to the
Probate Court for confirmation at the July
term, 1K72. of said court :
Filial set tlement of Catherine Sleppy, as ad
ministratrix of the estate of Isaac Sleppy, de
ceased. Final settlement of E. E. Clarke, us ad
ministrator de bonis non of the estate of Pleas
ant Mosby. deceased.
Final settlement of J. C. Quintan, as admin
Settlement of James M. Beat! ie, as adminis
ti .iter .f the estate of .1. Taylor, deceased.
Settlement of A. H. Brown, as administrator
Of J. C. Wilson, deceased.
Settl. tneut of Ellen Ford, as administratrix
of Michael F'onl. deceased.
Settlement of Mrs.C. Cloth, as administratrix
oi" H. Fnck. deceased.
Final settlement of H. U. Salziger, as execu
tor of the will of Georse Trantwine, deceased.
Final settlement of Miebnel Fitxgibbon, as
executor of tbe will of John Corbett, deceased.
Settlement of J. H. Shelton, as ex.srutor of
the will of David Towusend, deceased.
Final settlement of W. P. Proudltt. as guar
dian oi bells oi Laura N. Proud at, deceased.
JAMFV ItEILLY, Clerk.
Ju2! By J. H.. n.LRN, D.'.
Admiiiistrittor's Final Settlements.
To the heirs and creditors of the estates of L.
Henoch and lieymsji Webor, deceased:
THIS- is to notify all persons Interested in
said estates of L. Henoch and He) man
Weber, deceased, that on the
l.-.th day e-f Jnly, IS7'-,
at my office. In the city of Memphis, I will
take and state the accounts of B. Klseman, as
administrator of said estates. All persons in
terested axe noli tied to be present.
JAMES REILLT, Ctertt.
je2 By J. H.Citllpn. Im '.
Estate of YY. R. Hunt, Deceased.
HAVING qualified as Executor of the es
tate c$t William Richardson Hunt, de
ceased, I hereby notify all persons having
claims against said estate to rile them, prop
erly authenticated as the law directs, with
ate. at the store of Joyner, Lenunon Jt Gale,
No. 325 Main street, Memphis, Tennessee,
within the time prescribed by law, or the
same will be forever barred; and all persons
indebted to said estate are hereby notified to
coaxe. lunvard and settle the same. June 6, 1S72.
In w . JOYNER, Executor.
T ETTEKS of administration havirlg been I
JLi granted to uieoii the estate of Francis T.
Cochran, deceased, at the June Term. 1S72, oi
the Probate Court of Shelby cesinly, state ol
T'un''sMi : rw n!l persons having claims
against the estate of lie deceased are hereby
notified and reqiiirpd to file them witii me, 1
properly probated, within the time allowed by
law, to trie, at my othre, JO Union street, Mem
phis, Tennessee, or they wUl be forever barred, i
JOHN H. LENOW, Adm'r.
June H, 1R73. Juothu
Petition to Amend Charter.
Rule No. out First
Court of Shelby
lirUKKtlS, The :
f T road Company,
vllie Kail road Couir
h;s and Ohio Rai!
lle Kailroad Company and the Pre.-idents
and litrctorsot ,.aeh of said companh s filed
their petition exparte In said court on July 5.
1B7V, praying au amendment to the charier
and amendments thereto heretofore grunted
by the Tennessee and Kentucky I.egi statut es
U) the Memphis and Ohio ltailroad Company,
so as to allow said company and its lessees,
the I i .svi lie and Nashville Railroad Com
pany, to extend its track to some point on the
east bank of the Mississippi river, between
Center Landing and the point wher tin
present north boundary of the city would
strike said road:
It la therefore ordered. That all persons de-
A copy attest: . .
EDMUND A. COLE, del, and Master.
By R. J. Bi.avk. Deputy u anu tm.
W. H. Stephens, Attorney.
Petition for DiTorce.
No. 520 la the second Chanoery Court of
Shelby county. Tennessee Henry E. Hee
kiah vs Irene E. Hesekiah.
rt apDeanng from the bill and supplemental
bill wnich are sworn to in this cause that the
defendant, Irene E. Heieklah, Ha non-resident
of the State of Tennessee;
It is therefore ordered by the Clerk and Mas
ter, That she make her appearance herein, at
theCeiirilniuse of the Secund Chancery Court,
inthirci.yof Memphis, Termes.see. on or be
fore tbe first Monday in August. 1873, and
plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill
aud supplemental bill for divorce, or the same
will liejtaken for confessed as to her .and set for
hearlns exparte; and aha i a copy of thlaorder
i'u once a week tor tour successive
be Memphis Appeal.
SWART. Clerk and Master.
i a uoir, D. C. and M.
riTTTBrrrfOTJ in tbe Daily, v siKLr
IfV ptl liaB and Schday Atpeal,
all tlixee oi mem cucuiuuiflinir
rri ttie sarrminding country. They are
-th best advertising medians in the
Chancery Sale of Beal Estate.
-First Chancery Court of Shelby
B. Merrill vs. W. L. Vance,
an interlocutory decree for sale
i the above cause July lu. pffi.
and renewed May M. 1S72, 1 will sell, at public
auction, Uy the highest bidder. In front of the
tierk and Muster's office. Ureenlaw Block.
Second street, in Memphis, Tennessee,
On Mains-day. July IS, UTS,
within legal hours, the following described
late of Tennes
1, to-wit: A lot
Beale street at
th tbe line of
t to the south-
convevpd to D.
see, and In the city o
beginning on the no
the southwest cornc
to Tlchuda Wood:
Beale street west w a
east corner of u lot I
Abbott; thence with
Abbott's line north lau
feet to alley ; thence with the line of the alley
ardly B reef; thence lo the beginning,
it: ft being ground conveyed to B. Mer
r said Wm. L. Vance. '
ns of Sale On a credit of six and twelve
months; purchaser to execute note
approved security, and a lien to be re
1 as farther security. Euuity of re-
Jb.ML ND A. COLE, Clerk and Master,
ry Crmf, Attorney. Jal2
Chancery gale ot Beal Estate.
No. 2777, R. D. First Chancery Court o
nhelby county, Tennessee T. J. O. Daniel v
H. B. S. Williams et al.
BY virtue of an interlocutory d nerve of aai
entered in the above cause March 1
lsT-J, I will sell at publie auction, to the hlg
estbidder, in front of Hie Clerk aud Mastei
"-.. iitiu ipershini , Besom! stree
On batnrday, July S7, 1S7-',
the following deacrlbe
bving in the county
:n ranve sr.
pan ot an original grant t-.
779 acres, described as follow
Allen Jones for
Beginning at a point wh
made of jo acres, to be cul
the said 379 acres, and t
corner Is to t
he west end
in Belontea' -west
said ...J acres. s;i.d corner t.. be on the nort1
line of said .ra.-r-s, u be Krveyed across th
said I: to tWa Jo!:-
north hue of .i acres, to a stake to be in sai
L i east so far thai, by runnln.
Mrth to said north hue of the -ITS as will mak
he acrvs, lioundeu by John A. Pope's pure has.
in the ath.
Terms of sale On a credit of seTer
months, purchaser to give note, with ap
proved surety ; lien retained u further secur
saw; eqoity of redemption barred.
T.il June 2ft, 1K7Z.
E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master.
I'arl.am t Williamson, Attorneys. JuJB
Chancery Sale of Beal Estate.
So. KC R. S-Flrst Chancery Court of She
by County. J. R. Anderson vs. D.M. Ho;
pi virtue of an interlocutory decree f
jj saie. entereu in tne at
.H-' . J une 2
Saturday, July 17, MBBL
Begnning at a white oak
on a amijl tiranch; ihenc,
a red oak marked "A," cor
''s south line. William Ortf-
nr; thence south 31 chains.
ner on P. Buck
to a slake wit
ii!ra'rv pointer, on
William Ortffln's north
chains to a stake with
I oak pointer;
ice north, 10 eas:, :ti chains, to th begin-
Terms of SaTe On a credit of 7 montlm' note,
with two approved sureties required ; lien re
tained, and equity of redemption barred.
This J une d . lifT?
E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master
E. M. Heard. Attorney.
Chancery Sale of Real Estate
SATURDAY, JULY 2T, 181X.
' I No. 17 R. D. In the Second Chancery Court
of Shelby I'ounty, Tennessee H. B. Willi
ford vstbeunknownheirsof. lames Marling,
' 1 deceased.
. DV virtue of an order ot sale made in this
D cause. I will sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder, in front of the office of the
Second Chancery Court, In the city of Mem
Ob Saturday, Jpiy 27, 1S73.
within legal hours, the following described
real estate, to wit :
Situate in the county of Shelby, State ol
Tennessee, and bounded as follows, io wit:
Beginning at a stake In the middle of het,
Memphis and SomerviMe plank road, formerly
J. A. Rousseau's northwest corner; thence
south US Ml feet lo a stake; thence east luu
feet to a stake; thence north W5 S-10 feet:
thence west IU) feet, to the beginning, con
taining, by estimation, one acre.
Terms of Sale On a credit of seven months,
purchaser executing note with security, bear
ing interest from dale. Equity of redemption
This June 27th, 1IC2.
M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master.
Ueorge W. Winchester aud C. R. Barleau
XMieitors for Complainant. jc
No. IMS, O. R. First Chancery Court of Shelby
j county. Kenneth Uarrett vs. Kenneth Oar-
I ret, jr., et al.
TY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
JL -sale entered lu the above cause July 1,
: 1872, 1 will sen, at public auction, to the high-
1 esl bidder, onibe premises.
On Sutnrday, JnJy 1872,
wHliiri legal hours the following described
property, exci-pl such as lien-ioafU-r spwlfled.
A certiAia tract or parcel of land, situate, ly
ing and being in tne county of Shelby, anY
' 'f Tr-niiesNT, on Marys Creek, in th
Ninth District of said county, and bounded a
Bent tinlng at a slake at tbe soatbeast corn
of John Bnwn"s tract ; thence north J chaii
and !" liuks to a stake, another of Browr.
corners' thence east 40 chain to a stake, r
Hook'-rS corner; thence wath 14 chains u r
15 links to a stake, another f Hioker's co:
thence west 16 chains and JS links to
and white oak marked J. B. and P. . ;
: south IS r!iains and hi links a rtak
a-1 reil oak marked P. F. ; them
i chains anl 1 links to a stake, 3 link
a red oak marked P. P., in Reed A Bu
ast boundary; teence north with sal'!
cUaiusaiid 61 links u a stake pout oa
panish oak pointers; thence east '
hue j.. chains and 61 Ui
j aud Spanish oak poin
i chain- and IS links to a
i ley's northwest corner; thlnee south 22 chain
i and -50 'inks to a stake, said Brinkley's south
! west come.; thence east 51 chains to the be -I
ginning containing 77 acres.
Also, a certain tract, of land, contalnin
it?1- acres, situate, lying and being in sal '
county and State, on the waters of Woi
i river, in the Eleventh District, range 4, set -I
lion and hounded as follows, towit: Be
i giuuuii; al a slake and red oak marked P. F
I Pay'.on Fletcher's southeast corner; them
south 19 chains and St links to a sake; thenc
west 72 chains to a stake; thence north i
chains and fSJ links to the north boundary o
the original grant, of which this is a par'
thence east on and with the said boundary o
aid grant 72 chains lo the beginning, th
same bein a part of a 42H acre tract of lac
granted by the state of Tennessee on the 121
day of June, I S22. to Will Sawyers, the nun
ber ef said grant being 17.160 and the afor
said 142'a acres being taken off the norther
end of said tract.
And another tract, containing 205 acr
sitnale, lying and being in said county ai
State, on Oto vaters of Wolf river, in tl
Eleventh District, range t. section 2, a:
bounded as follows: Beginning at a red o.
marked W.S., the -.aitheast corner of a tr .
of land granted by the t:ite of Tennessee t.
Willis Sawyer on the 1-th day of Inn.-,
by grant No. 17,4.10, of which :i is a part; run
ning thence north 2 chains and ijlinksto a
stake, the southeast comer of a trac t of 142,
acres of land heretofore conveyed by said
Osburn to said Maxwell as such trustee:
thence west with said last-named tract 72
chains to a stake, the southwest comer ot"
- lid tract; thence south 2t chains and 55 links
to a stake ln the Held, a walnut pointer on
J. Hampton's lien; thence east 72 chains to
the beginning corner, which said land has
Vmi subdivided into lo smaller tracts, of
which 3 have been sold. The balance 'num
bered 1. 2, i, 4, 0 and 10) will be sold on
I iy isive mentioned, a plat of which can
tie seen at ray office; besides, handbills will be
distributed before the day of sale.
Terms of Sale One-third cash, or well-endorsed
and secured paper at 3 months, with
interest, and the balance in two equal pay
ments, at 1 and -years, with 0 per ceut .interest
from date. Good surety required, and a Hen
retained to further secure same.
This July 2, 1S72.
E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master.
John G. Finnic. Solicitor. JjS
Chancery Sale of Real Estate
SATURDAY. AUGUST 3, 1812.
No. 411.1 Inutile Second Chancery Court of
Shelby county, Tenneee E. Keck, admin
istrator, etc.. of James E. Felts, deceased,
and others vs. Samuel P. Walker.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for
ale entered in the above cause, I will
sell, at public amnion, lo the highest bidder.
In front of the Clerk and Master's office of
the Second Chancery Court, Greenlaw Block,
Second street, city of Memphis, Tennessee,
On Saturday, Ausrust 3, 18?,
within legal hours, the following described
real estate, to wit:
situated in Memphis. Shelby cnttntv. T. .,-
i nasi i , beginning at a point where the south
liu. ol" ihe nrst alley nortia of Madisan street,
between Main and Front streets, intersects
the we.t line of Main street; thence south with
Ihe west line of Main street JJVa feef ; thence
west, parallel with Madison street, :4'- feet,
to an alley ; thence, with said alley, uorth 37,
feet, to the first-mentioned alley, and thence
east, with said alley, to the beginning.
Terms of Sale On a credit of seven and thir
teen months, purchaser executing note, with
good security, and lien retained to secure
Enrchase money. Equity of redemption
This Jnly :fd, 172.
M. D. L STEWART, Clerk aad Master.
Estes A Jackson, Solicitors forDompl ts. y
Chancery Saleof Real Est
No. 78 R.-First Chancery Court of F ...
county Faul A. Licalla, executor, ete 'He f.
estate ot John Bogiaiino, deceased, " ''"LT
Ellen Bogianno. et al. vs.jsary
TY virtu? of n interlocutory dec fojn
rC.ll utlllt T,l,Kttl. .n1r.r, tr. t K. . 5I
sell t public anctlon.to the
ir in tm nut nt -rK nii s . . w : :
Saturday, Jnly TJtb j,
Within I 5a! hours, the IolowlM descrlhe,J
property, -Ituftea in sh,,h',., .I. :
anil in.r1rl mm fr,' - : "
Nos. 44. 45, 48, t
,lows. to-w'.'i: Loi
he 'Lilu ' '1PJ'iS,l,-
jtlug aa' Horn Lak
una -mi 100 feet to an
teTVhich fronts 7H fe.
ek wt to a alley I
road ,50 feet, an
alley, except I
ou said road s
Terms of 3iZ
H and 121
.his June 13. up-
X. A fVlf e
. alaMH.sU M f.iV ... UtU1-