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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-FEIDAY, JUNE 25, 1875.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Financial matters are bo mouoto
t. uly the wuie, ono day after another,
that our reporter trying to find changes,
ci urrenow, or new cf any kind among
Hum, it la the position cf an artist who,
.o a (.inewood country, thould every day
f-rive to draw h dirTerent sketch from
. same upright trunk?, horizontal
tr&ai Ji, and gloomy foli&gi- with which
Ejni dwtricta are furnished. Exchange
.h Ju'l at the established rates. Gold
w9 lower yesterday morning, quoting
1st. in .New York, 116 among the
Memphis brokers Shelby county scrip
v taken at 71(2,72. Fire and police
. , piteof nil the sUtemuts of the
I ii.c.ai position ol" the city are still
taken nf There is au apprehension
tt.it wh-J&as lif.theh&ntfsof police-i-j
and firemen wi-o sre unjustly
it. rg when they sell on Madhon
rd, J;ou the dllnr it will fill to
t . .mmoii level f all "city BtufP' as
a 'i-rs ( l veu call Memphis paper when
c k"j of as a whole. We heard cf a
y wliofiflereJ to w;ll this scrip at 7!,
t 60 delivered within sixty days,
I I there was no taker. The
Slowing is from the Nashville Union,
j die 22 1 : "Teuneswf bonds are lower,
1 op juoted in New York at 48g49.
!.? New York Financial Bulletin, of
1 j- nineteenth, states that the fuilure of
i:.. inj troller to negotiate a loan waa
wiug to the fact that the New York
1 .k charge ane per cent, interest,
reus the comttroaer was authorizsil
1 givo ou t six. This may all bo so, but
ts &-scrtfcl here that the money was
i ..end to the comptroller at first at seven
I r rent , the legal rate of the Bute 0
New York, but when the comptroller
v. I'd to this the banks then advanced
' r 11 i?inauds to eight or nine per cent,
tur In-al securities are dull, with but
l.. tie-: mig. Com ntroller's warrants sne
vt-ry i ill, aud rnott of our banks are of
f. -iug but 85 for them. Bank of Ten-
cs-i'c notes, new issue, are very dull at
The cotton markit was tolerably
vwi; attended by spinners, but tbebold-tr-
-..i)tinued to be firm, and it was so
f". uit to get sight, even, of cottons
i.v are in request, that it was absolute
ly Lfcessary to give Jc over quotations
able to fill orders. This was done,
a, i Hie official quotations are advanced
at '-i r!Lgly. Toe telegrams wore a good
, a t-tt atiy and firm tone manifesting
it?df. The closing telegrams were as
' off!: New York quiet and steady,
j ; sales, 2045 bales. New Orleans
fim, good demand at 16c; sales, 850
hair: receipt-, 34 bales. Liverpool quiet
a- ; 7 ltii; Orleans, 1 1; sales, 12 000
Lai" . f which CttoO bales were Ameri-
a i. iiovauuah, Hjc; Mobile, 14c;
i . arketou. 15c; Galveston, 141c; WiU
ant.gt ir, 14 3-ltic; Baltimore lhc Nor
f .k, 14Jc; Boston, lhc; Augusta, 14
it Uohl at New York, thieo o'clock,
n; . Tne following aie the official quo-v-i'ions
of the cotton exchange:
.'tar? . 12VJ
i jl ir.l.nary 13JiW
u . middling
O iod middling. .
Th market wbs firm, olTerings light;
lie 45J bale?, of which epiunrrj took
-jOJ ba(9 aud speculators 50 hales. The
t.rt bale of cotton of the season the cot-
on exchange has reieived, came yester-
iay , it was from the plantation of John
i' T.t in, Erq , Concordia, Mississippi,
au 1 was sent to the ollico of the presi
ded of the exchange, V. B. Galbreath,
lu? f illowing were the changes in
New York futures:
No-.cmber ... ,uii
... 14 15-16
At-ii . . ..
1 j V- 6615 21-32
.... 15 5-l(.fnlWh
Ka-es itf.OOO bate?.
JjiverKol, to arrive August and eej
teujber Jelivery, Savannah or Charles
t a, i.m.c, 7 7-I61I; shipments from
ditto g.o.c, 7W; shipments, I.m.c,
It. ceipts at the United States seaports
f.iuce last Friday, 7727; same time lost
week, 1007; same time la9t year, 10,524
Total receipts at all United States
j-irts. 3. 42 047 bales: same time last
veit, 0.70U 888 bales; decrease of receipts
th. year, 272 521 bales.
(Stork at the ports 210,671; last week,
ldiJ-; hat year, 215,111 bales.
t . jci. ptemiXT 1,1871 5,631
Kir ,vea blnce last statement. 3S
Ivceeived lrevlously 320,117 3-20,485
ippc l since last statement
if peU previously-.
-ock at noon yesterday ......
T- a lar t bis week -
Tons fir last week
-co -ipu;muer m
IcmiiUiH and Charleston rnliroad
"lE.n-ltipl autl Tennessee rallroad.....
ai cl . ; . S. rallroad.--. .
pinnated pr wagous ..
7.:ui fartliiR week .......-
TL as fir last wee-..
ciur September is
I. N O.S.lt-K..
C r.J north
Quotations are for round lots, unless
jihervme ezpreahedj for feed and pro
dw '.levee rates. lor small purchases
ifc-; arc proportionately higher.
APi'-ES Green in bulk for shipping
wre r.gain $1 for common, ?1 60 for
"Qji, Lut the principal demand ws for
r. for which $2 was paid. Those
wl j f-.-leet the most advanced apples and
ir ave the small to grow, get as much for
a t arrel as others get for two. St. Louis
I aitT3 of Tuesday speak or fre3h apples
orj-y in l.oxes at 25o0e.
Bit an Nothing offering in wheat
trsn. with some inquiry where stocks
w .e exhausted; Isst talea at $10 25;
" rre was u sale of 20 sacks corn bran at
Bi t tek Stocks of butter are higher;
tti p. 1220c; Prairie county (Ark.)
Cobs A moderate demand end prices
,,wr, t.o white in the market. Sales
)' I i sacks mixed at 82c, and 200 sks
CoiNMEAT Lowt-r, selling at $3 85;
v1 " . got for small lots in instances.
,o . ve seen letters from St. Louis
:r !er .strongly oljcting to the revival
f u? guarantee j-ystem, and in favor
c? ech brand standing simply on its
.-au merits. Commission agents here
. tn quently giving a sixty-days' guar
l oa tie meal they sell. These in
uAU'n.ls simply sell the meal with an
i urance for sixty days, taking the risk
Ui n-fc- ives, paying the loss if any arise,
. cc':i g the profits if any are made
i lusunng, just as insurers usually do.
la L.ore sates are at 1014e above land
1.3 jn -i accaid'.ng to the quantity
izlr j. in St. Louis, Juno 22d, the Xi
ocrat reports: "City now sells at 3 75
r-o s'j; country and Alton steady at
j i 70 ir barrel. Sales 390 barrels
1 w ry 10 east elevator at $3 CO."
t iiKKKse The show wss rather
1 , t-jtiful, but old were in scarce
1 11 n. the demand for them, howev
.r was , , ght; Ealoa at S4 50 for all hens;
h. j Abundant, with only a moder
c niand: salts at 12(5,12Jc; fresh
e- i i-kSt W3. St. Louis papers
i-. it them icaclive, at 11123 for
iKuceriks Crushed, granulated and
I .v. 1 re I, lli212c; cut loaf, 1212Jc;
A c .IT loja; extra C, 10c; soft refined,
-1 and white, 10ig,llc; clarified yel-
,w jj;;openkettle,8(4.9Jc Molasses and
ji j er gallon, in barrels, 4575c, as
-a v,.a:uy. Tea, as iu quality, 50c 1 10.
K n 7blc Coflee Rio, per pound,
u rrior to fRncy, 19Jfe23c. Salt, per
tarrti. domestic, f I 80. Soap German,
- r 1 ound,66ic. Candles, lOQttc. Soda,
;, in segs; in boxes, 6J6Jc
Pje American Grocer says of collee:
r . week the msrket for Brazils has
roT.i jiet but firm, aud prices of car-
- j day be quoted unchanged from last
rc - with au apparent upward tenden
cy wit.g to the lirmuees of holders,
1 ti' tne fct that one house controls
t t of the -took here, and is also a free
t-j . - r of cargoes arriving. Advices from
It j -ti i indicate a higher market there,
relatively, than here. Still it i- known
that a large quantity of the old crop has
vet to come torward or be carried over
into the season of 1875 0, together with
the fact that the new crop will soon be
gin to arrive at Bio, and that th crop
this season will be large, seems to make
it impossible that any material edvance
in prices can be established this season,
rather that prices can only be biistaiued
by (he tactics now being used. The job
bing trade is exceedingly quiet, and
most of the ca:goes lately changing
hands here aro still held by the buyers'
aud were bought in to control the mar
ket. We make no change in quotations,
but prices of jobbing lots am not very
strong, and but for the firmness of hold
ers of carges would doubtless have been
Hay Common brings $20(0,22; prime
mixed, $2223; Arkansas prairie, $12.
In store, prime and choice SI 25(2)1 35
Lemons, Etc Lemoua SO 507 50;
oranees, none in market.
Okionb -Slight demand at $2 302 50
per bushel in store. St. Louis papers
quote $2 75ft3.
Oats Sale of 50 ska at 00c.
Potatoes The supply abundant aud
increasing, rates lower; for poiatoea
loose, for shipping, $22 50. St. Louis
papers of Tuesday quote: Sales' 57 bbls.
new Tennessee at $3 05; 40 bbls. choice
Louisiana at $4 254 50 per bbl.
Provisions Bacon Shoulders, 9J
9c; clear rib, 12(ail2Jc; clear sides, 12J
12c; looie, Jic less.
HamB Sugar-cured, uncanvased, 12J
13c; canvaaed, 13j(314c.
Lard Tierce, 14J14jc; keg and pall,
Mess pork $20 5021.
Breakfast bacon Uncanvased, 13
13jc; canvased, 13J131c.
Quiet all through; nothing doing in
lard; some irregularity in bacon and
lower. The Cincinnati Price Current
ha3 the following: "The aggregate re
ceipts of hoa at Chicago, Cincinnati
and St. Louis since March 1st, are 1,114,
000 head, shipments 620,000, not supply
494.000. 8me time in 1874, receipts'
1,450,000. shipments 1 012,000, net sup
ply 438,000. Decrease this season in re
ceipts at these three citiej, 338,000, in
c eise in net supply, 50,000. Among
the causes of depression are the unusual
ly large receipts of hogs at Chicago, and
the report of stock there June 15:li, by
which it appears that the eupply of bulk
meats was reduced only 2,000,000 pounds
in a month; the moderate consumptive
demand in all of the western supply
markets, and the comparatively light
foreign exports from the seaboard ports,
whieli for the week ending last Satur
day were 1,300,000 pounds less of bacon
than for the corresponding week last
year, but there was a moderate increase
in the exports of lard."
Wheat Arrivals continue to be in
significant and buyers had to raise their
offers; sale of 100 sacks, white, at$l 27 J.
It was taken for Benjea's mill.
PARIS, June 24. Rentes, 64f. 20c.
FRANKFORT, June 21. 5-20s of
NEW ORLEANS, June 24.-Gold,
117. Sight, i premium. Sterling, 572.
LONDON, June 24. No change in
the Bank of England rate Of discount.
Consols for money, 93 5-16; ou account,
93 5-16; United States 5-20s of 1865, 106;
5-20sof 1667, 1C6J; 10-40s, lOlj-; new 63,
103$; New York Central, 91; Erie, 12J;
Erie preferred, 22.
NEW YORK, June 24. Money easy
at 2 ner cent. Prime mercantile paper,
3J5 per cent. Sterling quiet at 486J
486j for sixty-days, and 4S9i490 for
sight. Customs receipts $237,000. Gold
firm at 117J117. Boirjwlng rates,
12 per cent. Loans were also made
fiat. Tho assistant treasurer (lis
bureeJ $42,000. Clearings $31,000,
000. Government bonds were strong;
coupons of 1SS1, 126; 5 20j of 1862, 118;
1864,11SJ; 1865,1221 ; 1865,new,1235; 1867,
125; coupons of 1888, 125; now fives,
118S; 10-40s,119J; currency 68,1221. State
securities moderately active aud strong;
Missouri 6s, 103; old Tennessee, 47 J;
new Tennessee, 47; new Virginia,
37; old Virginia, 37 J; old North Caro
lina, 20; new North Carolina, 11.
Bailroad bonds were firm. Wilson &
Wheeler, woolen manufacturers, are ie
parted as having suspended payment.
The stock market opened active and ex
cited, and a general improvement of
J par cent, in prices took place, as com
pared with the closing quotations yes
terday. Transactions in Pacific Mail
and. Lake Shore were especially large,
the former advancing to 40 and the lat
ter to 62j. At the second call Pacific
Mail declined to 3SJ and Lake Shore to
61, the remainder of the list showing a
decline of i per cent, from the high
est point. At the final closo the market
was firm at a recovery of prices of (5f
per cent, from the afternoon decline.
Pacific Mail was the most prominent
stock, and closed at 3339J after selling
at 40 and 38 Lake Shore recovered
from 61 1 to 61, and Western Union
from 74 to 74. The other changes were
generally slight. Investment shares
were strong, with only a small offering.
Delaware, Licka wanna and Western
rose to 120, Pittsburg to 90J, and Michi
gan Central to 68. Transactions at the
stock exchange were 197,000 shares, ot
which 18,500 were Pacific Mail, 37,000
Western Union, 6000 Erie, and 47,000
Lake Shore. Closing quotations were:
Canton, 62$; Western Union Telegraph,
74J; Quicksilver, 15; Adams express
company, 99; Welis; & Fargo's ex
press company, 78; American express
company, 53; United States express
company, 40; Pacific Mail, 3S; New
York Central, 1021; Erie, 14J; Erie
preferred, 20 ; Harlem, 130; Harlem pre
ferred, 132; Michigan Central. 68; Pitts
burg and Fort Wayne, 90i; North
western, 37$; Northwestern preferred,
49J; Rock Island, 102J; New Jersey
Central, 110; St. Paul. 32$; St. Paul pre
ferred, 54; Wabash, 6$; Wabash pre
ferred, 15: Fort Wayne, 97; Terre
Haute, 104; Terre Haute, preferred,
119; Chicago cud Alton, 102; Chicago
and Alton preferred, 107; Ohio
andtMl88issippi, 23J; Cleveland, Colum
bus and Cmcinnati, 49; Burlington
and Quincy, 110; Lake Shore, Gl;
Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Cen
tral, 4; Illinois Contral, 101;; Union
Pacific, 73; Central Pacific bonds, 10S;
Union Pacific bonds, 105j; Delaware
and Lackawanna, 120.
NEW YURK, Jure 24. The market
is dull in nearly all departments of
trade except woolens, which are in fair
demand by clothiers. Cotton goods are
moving slowly and in small parcels at
unchanged prices. Cotton flannels are
active. Prints and ginghams dull. For
eign goods quiet and weak. The Daily
Bulletin says the agency of the Pasaic,
Lodi, Bedford and Albany prints is now
with Chase, Stewart & Co.
ST. LOUIS, June 24. Cotton nomi
nal. CINCINNATI, June 21. Cotton
in fair demand at lower rates.
NEW ORLEANS, June 24. Flour
dull and lower; superfine, $4 50; sinele
extra, $4 75; double extra, $5 256;
choice, $6 256 75. Oats in good sup
ply, dull and lower at 6S70c. Bran 5c
lower at 90c. Pork heliLhigher; mess,
$20 50, as in weight. Bacon 'strong;
demand fair and firmer at 9A, 13, and
13c. Cornmeal dull at $4.
CHICAGO, June 24. Flour quiet.
Wheat dull, unsettled and easier; No. 2
spring, 96i96c. Corn active but low
er; No. 2, 65c. Oats in fair demand at
lower rates; No. 2, 5Hc bid; 4Ss July.
Rye dull and nominal; No. 2,90c. Pork
steady at $19. Lard steady, 13o. Bulk
meats in fair demand and higher at 8
112(3llc. Whisky steady, $1 16.
ST. LOUIB, June 21 Flour dull and
drooping; very little doing. Wheat
lower and fairly active; No. 2 red win
ter, $1 2S. Corn lower at 63c cash;
64c July; 66 c August. Oats lower at
6354c. Whisky steady at $1 IS. Pork
easier and more doing; small lots
$19 621. Dry salt meats no sales. Ba
con, better at 9, 9, 12, 1213c; clear
j aides, 12,3 buyer August. Lard dull;
CINCINNATI, Juno 24. Flour
steady. Wheat qoiet and lower, $1 1 S
1 25. Corn dull and lower, 6770;.
Oats duir and lower, 56C0c. Bye
quiet, $1 10. Eggs scarce and firm, 16
(o)16c. Batter quiet and weak. Cheese
steady, 10llc. Pork quiet, S19. Lard
dull and nomiual; summer soul at 12c
Bulk meats in good demand at full
prices, bi, 1111c. Bulk bacon steady,
NEW YORK. June 24. Flour in fair
demand; supeifine State and western,
$4 505y4 8J; St Louis, $-5 20S 25. Rye
Hour in fair demand, $4 30fc5 50. Corn
meal quiet and steady at $3 65$4 20.
Wheat heavy and l(S)2o lower; No. 2
Chicago, $1 10. Corn better; mired
western steamer, 80Slc. Oats lower
and heavy; mixed western, 6263c.
Coflee steady ; Rio, cargoes, held at 16
18Jc gold; Jobbing at 1619c. Sugar
steedv; fair to good refining, 7;8c;
prime, 8J. ; centrifugal, 9c. Molasses
dull: Porto Rico, 455oc; New Orleans,
70vg)75c. Rice quiet; Carolina, 7(3;8c;
Rougoon, C6Jc. Petroleum dull; re
fined, 12l2c; crude, 66c. Pork
lower; new mess, $19 90&20. Cut
meats dull; middles quiet; long clear
1I11-; short clear, ll$c. Lard lower;
prime steam, 13c. Butter western, 15
24c. Cheese steady; 512$c. Whisky,
Eleteoroloslenl and Aquatic.
The hot weather continues, but pleas
ant breezes fanned the brow of the Mem-
fhis marine on ihe levee yesterday,
ndications were good during the after
noon fjr a showery visitation before
morning. The weather observer notes
the thermometrical elevation at 90, and
the maximum reached duriugtheday of
91 three degrees below the day previ
ous. At other points the temperature
was as follows: Cincinnati, 91; Galves
ton, 92; Leavenworth, 93; New Orleans,
83; St. Louis, 88; Vicksburg, S7. Also
that rain occurred at New Orleans and
The following is a summary of the
signal officer's reports of the condition cf
rivers at all points up to six o'clock last
night: Cincinnati, 13 feet 4 inches in
the channel; fall 1 feet 7 inches. Keo
kuk, 9 feet 6 inches; fall 7 inches. Leav
enworth, 14 feet 10 inches; fall 1 inch.
Louisville, 7 feet 4 inches; fall 6 inches;
Memphis, 17 feet 11 inches; rise 6 inches;
New Orleans, 7 feet 7 inches below bench
mark; stationary. Pittsburg, 2 feet 8
inches; fall 3 inches. St. Louis, 23 feet
5 inches; rise 1 inch. Vicksburg, 26 feet
4 inches; fall 1 inch.
Pitts burg, June 24 Noon. River
fallen 2 feet 8 inches. Weather clear
Nashville, June 24. River falling
with 5 feet 7 inches water on Harpetli
shoals. Weather clear and warm.
Little Rock, June 24. Weather
clear and warm. River falling, wilh 4
feet 6 inche3. Departed: Lizzie, Pine
Cincinnati, June 24 Noon. River
13 feet 8 inches and rising. Weather
clear and hot. Arrived: Cons. Millar,
Memphis; Thomas Sherlock, New Or
leans. Evansville, June 24. Weather
clear and hot; mercury, 77 to 92;
wind from the south. River 4 feet ana
rising slowly. Port list Up: Arkansas
Belle, 9 a.m. Down: Bernard and tow,
10 a.m. Business light.
Cairo, June 24 Noon. Arrived:
Norton, St. Louis, 4 a.m.; Min
neola, Cincinnati, 4 a.m. ; Capital City,
Vicksburg, 5 a.m.; Susie Silver, New
Orleans: Edd Hobbs, Ohio, 7 a.m.;
Shippers' Own, St. Louis, 11 a.m.; Gen.
Anderson, St. Louis. Departed: Ste.
Genevieve. Vicksburg, 8 p.m. ; Charles
Morgan, New Orleans, 10 p.m.; Alice,
St. Louis, 4. p.m.; Minneola, Memphis,
6pm.; Susie Silver, St. Louis, 6 p.m.;
Capitol City and Hobbs, St. Louis, 7
p.m.; Norton, St. Louis, 10 p.m.; Ship
per and General Anderson, Ohio. Wea-
thor clear aud hot Night Arrived:
Thompson Dean, New Orleans, 2 p.m. ;
Cherokee, New Orleans, 5 p.m. ; E. M.
Norton, South, 6 p.m.; Grand Tower,
St. Louis, 7 p.m. Departed: Thompson
Dean, Cincinnati, 3 p.m.; Cherokee,
Cincinnati. 6 p.m.; Norton, Ohio, 7
p.m. River 25 feet 6 inches and rising.
Heavy shower at 6 p.m. Cloudy and
cooler; mercury 84.
SXovementi at tlio Levee.
Below we give the arrivals and de
partures since last report, boats in port,
and packets leaving to-day:
Charles Morgan, Cincinnati; City of
Chester, St. Louis; St. Genevieve, St.
Louis; Phil Allin, Friar's Point; Frank
City of Chester, St. Lonis; St. Gen
evieve, Vicksburg; Charles Morgan,
glllinois, Phil Allin, Frank Forrest.
BOATS LEAVING MONDAY.
For St. Louis. The City of Helena,
Captain M'Kee, at five p.m.
For Friars Point The Phil Allin,
Captain Lee, at five p.m.
For Ashport The Frank Forrest,
Captain Joplin, at five p.m.
For Vicksbdrg The Illinois, Cap
tain Cheek, at five p.m.
It is too hot to hunt for items on the
levee, therefore this chronicler yields
space to the voluminous reports of the
important events of yesterday The
City of Helena, for St. Louis; Phil Allin,
for Friars Point; Frank Forrest, for
Ashport; and Illinois, for Vicksburg, are
the packets leaving port this evening
The Charles Morgan had a rattling trip
as she passed down yesterday
Captain Milt Harry left the Quickstep
at Duvall's Bluff in command of Cap
tain Postal, and came over by rail to
this city, and will take a short pleasure
trip up the country, preparatory to enter
ing into the fall business with renewed
energies and increased vigor The
Quickstep will arrive from White river
to-day, and receive for a return trip.
Captain Ed Postal in command Cap
tain Drinkwater,lateof the Ella Hughes,
was a passenger on the James D. Parker
for Paducah The Minneola unloaded
at the elevator, and is receiving for a re
turn trip to Cincinnati The Legal
Tender will arrive to-day from Arkansas
river, and will return Saturday Mr.
Bol Morris, wholesale liquor dealer, of
Greenville, Mississippi, is in the city.and
gives mest flattering reports of the crop
prospects in his neighborhood. He says
also that the Illinois is rapidly winning
the affections of the merchants and
planters of Greenville and the bends.
He called over Joe Speara's name half
a dozen times while he was relating to
us the latter item of news.
HSJTIIOOD HKSTOKKO.-A vlcUm Ol
yon liful lmprndenco, causing premature da
c&y, nervous debility, etc- having tried In
vain every known remedy, has round a simple
Belt-cure, watch he will send free to his fel.'ow
suuorere. Addre J. It. REEVES, 78 Natuan
s'.rfiiit Nt-vr York
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Montgomery County, Ya.
rnHIS delightful watering plce will b
X opened on the
1st day oi June, 1S75.
For month or Juno..... . -..
lloaul per month ....
BoarJ per wees
Hoard per day
For three consecutive months
. 60 00
...... 3 u)
Circulars and Pamphlets can beobtalned by
application to John T. Wilson, at the Springs.
Ju5 ALLEUEANY SPBINOd CO.
Odd FclIows'Mutnal Aid Association.
REGULAR annual meeting for tho election
of Trustees will be held In Trustees' office,
Odd Fellows' Hdli, nt y3 o'cloctt p.m. next
Saturday, Juno 2B, 1ST j.
Members will attend promptly.
By order of the President,
jel'l J. P. PltESCOTT, Secretary.
I. I?. COITAWA"2
KcgI Estate and Collecting Agent,
Ho. 10 Madison St., HeruyJiis, Tenn.
ALL business intrusted to mo will receive
prompt attention. Charges always rea
onablo. Kefers by permission to Col. W. L. Vanes,
B, A. Parker, Cashier Bank Commerce;
V. M. Nelson, Secretary Hernando Insurance
Co.; R. C. Daniels, President State National
Bank; Henry J. Lynn, Secretary Memphis
Fire Insurance Co.; Stanton A Moore, grocers
and commMnti roerohaota dol
colli Session Begins September (lib.
FACILITIES lor education unsurpassed,
aided by a military training which
enures to health, gracefulness, manliness,
truthfulness, and sense of honor. Estimated
expenses for one cadet Jl'JS.
Ueferences. S P. Head, cashier Union and
Planteis bank; Cant. J. M. Trezevant; F. W.
White and T. A. Lamb,36S From street; H.
Ilrder, Esq. Major B.H. Wildberger.of the
faculty, at IBS Front street, will furnish infor
mation and catalogues till June25th. Address
COL. KOBT. D. ALLEN. Sup't,
JulS Farmdale, Franklin co.. Ky.
THE partnership heretofore existing be
tween John Cubbius, John Gunn and M.
H. Coover, under the name of Cabblns, Gunn
& Coovcr, has been dissolved by mutual con
sent, John Cubbies having retired from the
firm. Tho business will hi conducted in fu
ture by John Gunn and M. H. Coover, under
the name of Gunn & Coover, who assume all
debts and liabilities of the late firm and col
lect all debts due tn the same.
CUB1UNS, GUNN & COOVEB.
In continuing the Planlng-MIll and Lum
ber business, we solicit a continuance of the
kind patronage of onr friends so liberally ex
I ended toward the late firm of Cubblns, Gunn
GUNN ft COOVER.
In retiring from the late Ann of Cubblns,
Gunn t Coover, I beg to recommend my late
partners, John Gunn and M. H. Coover, to the
patronage of all persons desirous of having
work done in their line, knowing them to be
deserving of all success.
Memphis, May 31, 1875. -Ju2
HAVING purchased the entire interest of
Moj. E. T. Freeman, in the Arm of Rut
land. Freeman A Co., to date from May 1, lis75,
the firm is this day changed to
W. C. RUTLAND & CO.,
who will assume all liabilities and collect nil
W. C. RUTLAND,
On retiring lrom tho firm of Rutland, Freo
man s Co.. 1 would return my thanks to my
friends and patrons lor the liberal patronage
shown me. and request a coutinuance of the
same for the new Arm.
Julo E. T. FREEMAN.
Also, Roman, Kecnc's and ParlaH.
FOR Walks, Cisterns, Fountains, Stables, Ce
dars, Bridges, Reservoirs, Breweries, etc.
A Practical Treaties on Cement fnrnts'd free.
S. L. MERCHANT 5t CO.,
my23 70 South St., New Yoik.
WE aro authorized cs agents or H. C. COLE
& CO., manufacturers of the celebrated
F, ORANGE, FF, 7:30a, COLE'S EXTRA
AND FFFG FL0USS,
sold by us in this market for the past ten years,
to purchase Wheat for their mills. We will
buy tho wheat at fair prices, or where owners
prefer, we will ship to H. U. Cole & Co., they
having agreed to pay us net St. Louis prices
for all consignments, being governed strictly
by type sample3 of Nos. 1, 2 and 3 wheat, St.
Louis standard, which we will have on exhi
bition. We will charge 2J percent, commis
sion for handling and advancing on consign
ments, and will furnish sacks free of charge
to parties sending us wheat. With the latter
advantage, aifd in the absence of proper mill
ing facilities here, we feel confident that own
ers of wheat will realize fully as much in this
way as in any other. Parties should not order
sacks until ready to ship.
MUUUOLITCLD, IlAN.tlTJSB & CO.,
Jul 256 .front street.
WE have completed arrangements with
our northern and western correspon
dents by which the highest market price can
be obtained for wheat. Consignments are re
spectfully solicited. Liberal cash advances
made on shipments. Sacks furnished when
MOORE. EMERY & CO.,
Grocera, Cotton Factors and Commission
No. 333 Front Street, Bfempnl..
TEACHBRS, TAKE NOTICE !
BY reason of recent severe sickness, I will
be absent some weeks from my office.
During thlslnterval of necessary absence from
Memphis on and after this date -Capt.T. C.
Anderson, at his office, No. 219 Poplar street,
Memphis, Tenn., (brick house, three doors be
yond Hlghfctreet.atPopIarstreet high school
house,! or at his residence, No. 216 Ross ave
nue, Memphis, Tenn., will attend, in all re
spects, to my duties as Superintendent of
Public Instruction for Shelby county, as If I
were present and acting myself.
This Juno 1, 1875. JOHN SOMERVELL,
Sup't Public Instrct'n for Bhelby Co., Tenn
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND MISSES.
Boarding and Day School ; Latin, English and
French. French Is the language of the family
1027 .fc 1029 NPCtDt'S ST- Plilln.. Pa..
Cotton Seed Wanted !
FOR which the HIGHEST 31 ARKET PRICE
will bo paid. IN CASH, by
MEMPHIS OIL COMPANY,
my 2.1 Foot of Poplar street.
Blonnt County, last Tcnnesse?.
rnHIS beautllul summer resort, situated in
JL Blount county, East Tennessee, will be
opened for the reception of vi-ltors on the
1st day or Juue, 1S75,
and maintained in a style worthy the patron
age of a discriminating public. The marked
beneficial result attending the use of these
waters, In functional diseases of the Liver,
Bowels, Kidneys and Skin, and the cure of
chronic diseases, attest their medical proper
ties. All the accessories for enjoyment and
recreation at the best watering places will be
found nere. Special attention will be given
to the comfort and improvement ot invalids.
Routes, Distances, Etc. Vi-ltors to .Uont
vale necessarily pass over the East Tennessee,
Virginia and Georgia Railroad, making the
city of Knoxville, Tennessee, a point; taence
via Knoxville and Charleston Railroad to
Maryville, sixteen miles, whence passengers
are conveyed in mail stages running In con
nection with tho trains to the Springs, nine
Per day. -t2 50
Per week . ,15 10
Per month May and June.. ,10 03
Per month-Inly, Augcst andgeptcmberiO 00
Children under ten years ul age and colored
servants, half price.
We have been fortunato this year In gather
ing a store of clear ice, so that guests may be
fully supplied. Address, for pamphlets con
taining analysis and description of the witter,
etc.. JOS. L. KING,
j u5d-w Montvale Springs, East T m.
NEW WHAT, ff
50,000 Bushels Wanted.
HIGHEdT market prlcopal. in cash. Will
mako liberal cash advances and furnish
sacks to parties desirous of shipping Wheat
through us to millers or our correspondents
In western or northern markets.
G. A. ECKERLY,
Wholesale Grocer and Commlslon Merchant,
corner Front it Union sts., Memphis, Tenn.
HUGH TORRANCE. TnOH. WKLLFORD
Lata wltn W. S. Jack &
TOEIt ANCE k WELMQRI)
Bncoenorx to Hugh Torrano a Son
Senerc. Commission iL'irch -U,
Ho. 30 Jefiersoii Street
Odd. Commercial Hotel Meo??. r
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION!
ri,X-X3T-i Married, or Uiow .Imnt to
WTf rauri7.no the JljiiokKlcU
Iwl I B ti a Btf-. mrstcrloi and T
-J J UUr 0f tho rail tjjtro. villi
the IaUt dkonrvrfes in the ettenee of rcrtraiacUnn, prtiemnj
tbecODplezloo.e. TbUlsanintcrmlDgworlcir SGOpages.
vltb. nutaerooj enfrntrlaRj, and conulai vataatle inbrmauoa
fr those mho are married or coatenplataaarriage; atUl It 1, a
toot that oog&t to bo under lock and key, and not left eardeur
about the house. 8ot to any one (rort paid) totFUlj Cents.
Address Dr. Butts' Difpcnjary, Jio. 12 If. Ktbs. Su Looia.
C PISES all Frivate Diseases without the use of
Mercury. Charges reasonable. Guarantees to
euro "5pematorhea,,, or "Bemlnal Weak
ness In from2 to 7weeVs time, Offlri- No. 613
North Firth St., St. Louis, Mo. Established in
St. I.otils in IS!7.
r-Jr. n.' "TrentUoon Special Diseases,"
which fully explains the natures causes, symp
toms, etc., of Seminal Weakness Female Con
plaints. Mvphllls and valuable Information on
other delicate subjects, sent FREE la plain,
sealed Envelope on receiptor stem?.
THE White River Valley and Texas Rail
road Company having consolidated with
the Memphlv and Kansas City Railroad Com-
Eany, gives to the latter Company a considera
te Increase of its capital stock, and it is ex
pected that the work of clearing off and grad
ing the road will be commenced at an early
day, bids for that purpose having been made
to the company. The undersigned is still re
ceiving subscriptions in Arkansas Lands, for
which the company is paying from two to
five dollars per acre, as heretofore published
Now Is tho time to subscribe lands, before
tney are assessed for 1875.
Remember, all taxes cease from date of sub
scription. All communications addressed to
the undersigned, care Adams & Dixon, No. II
Madison street, Memphis, Tenn., will receive
prompt attention. T. H. 3oL'RAY,
Suhwrlptlon Aetrot JI. V.CL R. B.('n
265? SEOX STREET.
Opposite Court Sqnare.
830 Main Street, East sirTe.
Notice- Trustee's Sale.
UNDER and bv virtue of a certain deed in
trust made by Jno. R. Gurley and Susan
A. Gurley, his wife, dated May 2, 1871, and re
corded in the Recorders office ol St. Francis
county, Arkansas, in record book R, on pages
176, 177, 178 and 179, to secure the Indebtedness
therein named, I will, as the Unstee named in
said deed, on
Saturday, the 24th daj aT Julj, 1875,
In front of the storehouse of Stewart, Gwynne
A Co., 355 and 358 Front street, in tho city of
Memphis, State of Tennessee, between tho
hours of 10 o'clock a.m and 4 o'clock p.m. of
said day, proceed to sell, for cash, to the high
est bidder, the following described real estate,
situate, lying and belnc in the county of St.
Francis, and State of Arkansas, viz.
Lot No. 11 In block No. 16, lot No. 6 in block
2, lot No. 2 in block 11, south fractional half of
of lot 3 in block 10, south fractional half of
lot 4 In block 10, and lot 7 In block 2?, all in
the town of Forrest City. Also, the east frac
tional half of section 24, in township 5
north, range 3 east, containing 210 acres; the
north half of the southeast quarter of section
17, In township 5 north, range 4 east, con
taining 0 acres; and the southwest frac
tional quarter of the northeast fractional
quarter of section 23, In township 5 north, of
range 3 east, containing 52 acres.
Equity of redemption waived. Title to said
property is believed to be perfect, but I sell
only as trustee.
CHARLES T. DOBB, Trustee.
Wright & Folkcs, Atty's. Je23
ROYAL MAIL STEALERS
FOE QUEENSTOWN AND WYERPOOL,
Balling from New York onZHATORDAY of
each week, from Pier 15,jNerth River.
CIT"OF ANTWJERP, CITY OT LONDON,
CITY OF BERLIN, CITY OT LIM F.RICK,
CITY OF BRISTOL, CITY OF MONTREAL
CITY OF BROOKLYN, CITY OK NEW YORK
CITY OF BRUSSELS, CITY OF PARIS,
CITY OF CHESTER, CITY OF RICHMOND
Passengers will find these steamers taste
fully fitted up, while the State-rooms are
light, airy and roomy. The saloons aro large
and well-ventilated, the breadth of the vessel,
and situated where there is least noise and
motion. Smoking-rooms, Ladies' Boudoirs,
Pianofortes and Libraries, Bath-rooms, Barber-shop,
Instant communication with the stewards
by electric bells.
The Steamers of this Company adopt the
Southerly route, thus lessening the danger
from ice and fogs.
Rates' of Passage 580 and 8100, cold, accord
ing to accommodation, all having equal sa
Round Trip Tickets -S145 and SITS, gold.
Steerage To and from all points at reduced
rates. JOHN G. dale, a sent,
15 Broadway, New York,
or THUS. FISH Kit.
apS Emmet Bank, Memphis
$9f.n fsflf. G0LU COIN! Houses and
Uv,UUU Lands. Positively the last
Sistponement. Will draw, without fail, at
ouston , Texas, June 30, 1S75. We illd not sell
quite all our tickets In time to draw on the
13 th of May; but to certain aro we of success,
and in evidence of our good faith and Inten
tions, we will receive, In payment for tickets
certificates of doposlte inanyfirbt-classbank
in the United State", with this endorsement;
"Payable only when Foster's Texai Drawing
takes place." No scaling of prizes, but every
one paid in full. Over UJO.OOO acres of choice
land, centrally located, near railroads; seven
teen houses; 2325 gold coin prizes, among them
one of S10,(XX)and oneof S50O0. Our enterprise
is Indorsed by the City Council. Reliable
agents wanted. Send for circulars; they will
convince you we are both reliable and respon
sible. Tickets only 81; eleven for S10, aud
twenty-three forKO. No connection with any
CoMJiEKDATonr. Having, from ou long
acquaintance with J. E. Footer, every confi
dence in his integrity, we feel Justified irsay
ing we believe he will carry out his l istrlbu
tlon honestly and fairly. Signed by the May
or, Hon. J.T. D. Wilson and the CitvCouncil.
We are specially desirous that parties Inter
ested would write to the banks, merchant
and postmaster of this place, (where we have
lived fifteen years,) for information as to our
J. E. F03TER, Manser.
For full information apply to U.H.amuelL
No. B West Court street. myrrj
Order of Publication
No. 1645. In tho Second Chancery Court of
Shrjby County, Tennessee. George K. Dun
can vs. John Brown et al.
It appearing from the return of the sheriff
in this cause that the defendants, C. C. Bills,
James Robinson and l D. Young, are not to
be found In Shelby county, State of Tennes-
It is therefore ordered by the Clerk and Mas.
ter. That they make their appearance herein,
at the Courthouse of the second Chancery
Court, in the city of Memphis, Tenneatee, on
or before tho first Monday in July, 1875, and
plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill,
or the same will be taken far confessed as to
them and set for hearing ex parte, ana that a
copy of this order be published nnce a week,
for four successive weeks, in the Memphis
Appeal This June 1, 1875,
A copy Attest:
M.D. BTKWA Clerfc ana Master,
ill tH i fe;vBRo li
As we are determined not to carry over Summer Goods, if low prices will clear them, we
have made farther important reductions.
A largo line of Linen lawns, formerly 25 and 30c, at 20c.
Linen Lawns, fine quality, at 25c; formerly 35 and 10c.
ZtSloi-OlSL WOOl C2?e23LC3J.2- 85C.
Fancy Grenadines at 15 and 20c; sold last week at 2." to 35c.
A Case of Fiuo Bleached Cambrics, equal to Lonsdale, at 1 i l-2c.
Ladies1 Linen Suits at $3 50, worlh $5.
LadiesVLinen Suits at $5, -worth $7 50.
Ladies1 Linon Suits at .$6, worth $8 50.
I. ABIES' EMBROIDERED SUITS
At $8 and 910, formerly $12 to $15.
JJaraiDS in Whito Lawn Suits at $3 50, ?4 50 and 5. Children's Lineu Drases
87 l-2c, $125, $150, $2. Children's Tiqae Dresses $2 50 and
upward. Fans, Parasol?, Trimmings, Hosiery, etc. Ladies'
and Children's Shoes. All at low prices.
Corse- Main nsul Court Streets.
WMT,f DHBRTT S
1NVITK THE ATTKNTION OF THE TKA.DE TO THEIR
LAUUK AND ELEGANT STOCK Of
X La Xj X -SET 3-3 DEL "32" 3r C3 Z X 3 !
Ladies' and Hisses' Trimmed and Uiitriinmed Hats and Bonnets.
Flowers, Ribbons, Jet and Straw Ornaments, Etc.,
At Prices which mast command attention. Call and examine.
338 1MN STREfrGORNB UNION.
100 unla. Silver 3Ioon Flonr, 200 bill. Belle Key Flo'nr,
SO lihlH. Qiienu Flonr, as bills. Plant's Kxlrn Flonr,
00 bbls. rostcl Flonr. 400 bbls. Other llrnafls Flonr.
200 bblg. Silver Moon Meal.
The Whitest and Finest Flonr and ileal made.
SPECIALTY IN SU6AE,
SOO FKOMT STEEET
HOLSSAjLB provision wealeri
on. 361 Front and 22
6satb ot Union
1S and T7& Adams Street, Memphis, Tenn
Sieam Englncs(portable anil stationary), Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Hlialtings, Couplings
Pulley Haogere, Etc.
AGKlCUIrUKAL IMPIiKKKSTTH. Cotton Presses (McOermott's we make ,-apeclalty)
Gearing, Pinions, Gudgeons, Bolts, Etc.
HOUSE AND JAIL WORK Columns, Lintels, Rill . Orating?, Hash Weights. Ventilators,
Cast anil Wrought Iron Fences, Cast ana Wrought Iron Cells and Vaults.
AIX KINDS OF STEAMBOAT WO IS SI DOA'E PROMPTLY.
Orders lor Brass and Iron Casting?, and all kinds Wrought Iron Worfc solicited. Highest
prices paid lor Old Castings.
OFFICE OF THE AMERICAN COTTON TIE COMPANY,")
No. 4S Carosdslet Street,
New Orleans, June 16, 1875J
SPECIAL ARROW COTTON TIE NOTICE.
WE bes to Inform the numerous friends and patrons of the AHH.OW TH3.
thHt owing to the high rate of gold and high rates of freight from Liverpool to New
Orleans, we have this day advanced tho price of our IKON COITON TIES to Ave and one
half cents per pouud.
PB1CE LIST, JDNE 10, 1875, AT
In lot miller SOO BnuiIIe......
In lot or SOU " .
In lot of I,0GO " nnd over.
J. T. l AHOASO.V.
J. T. FAKGASON & CO.,
Nos. 389 Front and 32 Clinton treeta, Memunis, Tenn
MOLSSSBS 2.ND SYRUPS.
& 24 Clinton Streets,
M ZHPHIB, TEH'S.
WAREHOUSE, NEW ORLEANS.
5 1.2 c. per lb. net.
Zlsi-a " 2 oar.
.s i-2 " " 3 on.
B. W. KAYjNE & CO.,
Atnerlrnn Cotton Tlfi Co.. Kew Orleans.
C. V. IIEIN
Faroason t Cla ,)
IE-?. eal Sstato,
On Satnrduj, Jane 33, 2B7o.
No. li). Union and Planters Bauliof Mem
phis vs. Hit. L. Hrlakley, el nl. In the Flirt
Chancery Court of bheJby eoonlr, Twtwt'
I!y virtue of an Interlocutory decree for Ml
entered In the above e-wue.on ttS7th day of
April, IS73, nnd ameudeJ Jutte 3, M75, I wHt
sell, at public auctiou. t the hlqhevt biihir,
in front of the Clerk i:. I Maxtor' offlw. new
Court House, Main s:r Memphis Teunuo
Stitnrdar, Jnue 2C, 1S75,
Within legal hours, the following deserlbed
property, situated in Shelby county, Tennes
(1.) The fee-simple of H. L. Brlnkley
in the undivided one-htilf rever
sionary Interest in lot No. 29, In Ute
city of Memphis, 7i-4 by I WVJ feet that is
soy, fronting 7tk feol ou the ewt side ot Mailt
street, running bact, between praMel lilt,
liSJt Ret, toau alley on the LouneaH corner
of MaJlsou a lid Main streets.
(?.) Lot No. :, city of Memphis tihsnsn
lar. llDg between Jackson htreet. Kaleigu
ro.nl and the alley eaM. of Third s'teel. Ue
feodaDt has a reversionary Intorest in odhh
Ulvided half of same.
(3.) Lot No. 500, city of MemphU, 1HX by
!&', feet, northwest corner of roneoid and
Third streets. Defendant has a reversionary
interest in one undivided half of same.
(J.) Lot No. 3Po. city or Memphis, UHU
is feet, northeast corner of Coaeora ami
Third streets. Defendant ha.ia reversloury
Interest m one umllvlii.il half of .same.
And ulo ills fee-lmpie, absolute, in the fol
lowing property :
Lylug in bhelby county, Tennessee, be
ing part of a tract of land lying;
northeast of the city of Memphis, and
ueaUuuUd and described npon the plat
book No. 1, page 3X, register's utilee Shelby
county, Tennessee, aud by a partition between
defendant, H. L. linn kk-y. ami Annie I'. Snow,
den, the lotscotoreil yellow ou nalil plat, tie
longing to said defedaut, H. L. Brink ley. as;
particularly narawl in a i-irtUlon deed ret-in-tered
In book No. 7S, paes 456 aud l"e i enis
le. 's office, Shelby county, Tenneee, to-wit:
Lots Nos. 2 and 3, block No. 1 : lots Nos. 3, 5, S, 7
and 8, In block No. 2; lots No. 7, 8, , V, II, 17.
18, 19, 1), 21 and 22, In block No. S; lota Nos. 1, 3,
3,1, 5, 12, 13, If, 15, 10 and 17, In block No. 6; lots
Nos. 7, S, 8, 10. 11, 17, 18, 19, ), 21 and 22, in bloek
No.7; lots Nos. 1,2, 3, 1,5, 6,7, , is, l, 20,21,22,
23, 21, 25 and 26. In block No. S; lot Nos. , J,
11, 12, 13, It, 15, lb, 17,27, 28,29. 30. 31. &. JatHl 31,
in block N'o.9; lots Nos. a, IU, 11,12, IS, II, 15, 1,
17,27,23.29,30, 31, 32,33 and 31, in Mock No.W;
lots Nos. 1, 2, 6, 7. 10, 11, 15, 1, 17, IX. 10 anil , iu
block No. It; lots Nos. 2, 4,i.7,9, 12. II, 15,17,29,
22, 21, and 25. In block No. 12; lots No. 2, 1, S, 5,
9, 11, 1 1, 16. 17, 19, 21, 22 and 2. lu block No. 13;
and lots Nos. 1, 3 and 5, In block No. t.
Terms of Kale On n credit of six months;
purchasers to give notes, with approved t-ectt-rity;
Hen retained, and equity of redemption
This Jane 3, 1S75.
EDMUND A. COLE,
Clerk and Master.
By K. J. BlCK, D. C. and M.
Jarnlsan A Frayser. sols, for compl't. Jut
atlTICE IS liAXHKUyiLT,
la the District Court of the United States for
the District of Vost Tennessee In the mat
ter of J. E. Klrtland, Bankrupt. In Bank
ruptcy. To tne creditors of said bankrupt:
rjtAKE NOTICE, that a general meeting of
JL the creditors of the said bankrupt will be
held at the office of J. T. Latham, Km., Regis
ter in Bankruptcy for said district, at Mem
phis, No. 19 Madison street, on the 2Mb. day of
June, 137", at II o'clock, a.m.. for the purpoMj
of declaring a first and final dividend.
I also give yon notice that I have tiled ray
final accounts as assignee ot the said estate in
O. WOOLUKIDGB, A.Vlgnee,
JulS No. IB Midteon street.
No.9iO,R.. In the First Chancery Court of
Shelby county, Tennessee. John Harbert
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree tor
sale, entered tn the above cause on the)
2jth day of March, 1ST I. March 19, 1875, and
amended June 1. ISTo, I will sell, at public
auction, to trie highest bidder. In fiont of the
I Clerk and Master's office, new oourthonso
building, Main street, Memphis. Tenn., on
Saturday, Jaly 10, 1875,
within legal hours, the following described,
property, situated in Shelby county, Tennes
see, In range 5, section 1, and bounded as fol
lows: Begianingat a stake 25 links south of
a dozwoou marked C, and whiteoak rolnters;
thence south with Morgan's line 17 chains
aud 12 links to a stake north 80 degree, east
21 links to a blackoak marked A; thence
north SO degrees, west 6 chains on the Statu
line road to a stake, said Morgan's south
east corner; thence north 79 degrees, east 19
links to a postoas: marked N; thence south
70 degrees, east with south side of said road
3 chains and 75 links to a stake, north 30 de
grees, east 3H links from a whiteoak marked
K Benjamin Cash's northwest corner;
thence with his line and with said road south
62 degrees, eist 11 chains and 50 links to
stake in the center of said road; thence south
52 degrees, east with said Cash's line seven
teen chains to n stake UO links north of the
southeast corner of original tract; thence
north with the original line 20 chains and 10
links to a stake in the field; thence east 15
chains and 35 links to a pes'.oak; thence,
north 9 chains and 16 links to a stake, with
3 blackoak and postoak pointers; thenco
west 75 links to a stake, and with 2 blackoalc
ana poetoak pointers; thence north 10 chain;!
and o0 links to a stake, 5 llnkseast of a post
oak sapling marked A said Morgan's south
east corner of the SO-acres division; thenco
west 40 chains with his line to the beginning,
containing IW4 acres, being a partota tract
of land in the name of L. Henderson, range
15, section 1, and the same conveyed to Jese
E. Maxwell, deceased, by William Hack, and
the title to ;3 thereof, vested In John and
William Harbert by decree of the Chancery
Court of Memphis.
Terms of Sale On a credit of B and 12
months, notes with approved seenrity.
Lien retained to further seouro same aud
equity of redemDtlon barred.
ITulsJune 9, 1S75.
E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master.
By It. J. Black, D. C. and M.
McDowell A Johnson, attorneys. JnlO
LN the matter of J. E. Klrtland, bankrupt, X
will sell, on
Saturday, Jane 26, 1875,
At public auction, for cash, In front of my
office, No. 19 Madison stieet, Memphis, Ten
nessee, at 10 o'clock of said uay. all the books,
book accounts, claims, etc., belonging to the:
)ul O. WOOLDRIDGE, Assignee.
No. 1330, R. D. At the rules of the First Chan
cery Court 01 Memphis, June 19, 1S75, the
Court belnjic session Luclnda A. Bridges et
al vs. T. B. Dlllard, adm'r, et al.
It appearing from the bll and from the an
swer of A. J. Black that the heirs of W. B.
Craig, one or the heirs of James Crm;?, de
ceased, are the following persons, viz.: A. V.
Walker, now married toH. YV". Walktr, Car
rie Craig, married to Thomas Coopwood, W.
B. Craig, living In Texas, V. 8. Craig, a minor,
aged about 16 years, living In Mississippi, and
Blount Cral-r, aged about 8 rears, living iu
Mississippi; that all ot said named parties are
defendant's to this bill, and that they are all
non-residents of Tennessee;
It is therefore ordered that publication be
made for four successive weeks in the Mem
phis Appeal, requiring f aid parties to enter
their appearance and plead to, demur and
answersaid bill by the first Monday in Octo
ber, otherwise said cause will be set down for
hearing ei parte, on order pro coufesMj. The
iilll is for settlement of the estate of James
Craig, deceased, in the bands of Thos. It. Dll
lard, administrator, to be administered, and
for distribution of the estate and money to
the heirs of James Crate, and charges that the
ancestor or the above-named defendants. V.
B. Craig, had already received over his share
of said estate, and that the entire funds in
Tennessee belong to the complainants and
Walter E. Block, the sole heir of Thomas C.
This June 19, 1S75.
A copy Attest:
EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master.
By K. J. Black. D. C. and M.
No. 1796. In the First Chancery Court ot Shel
by county, Tennessee. John Overton, et aL.
vs. Thomas Murdock.et al.
It appearing from Sheritt'a return in thK
cause that the defendant, U'c rath. Is not
to be found in ids county, and it appearing
fro-n affidavit that defendant Ho k is av
non-r. sldent of the State of Teoaeee;
It is therefore ordered, That they maketbtiir
appearance herein, at the courthouse in the
city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or belore the
first Monday in July, IS75, and plead, answerer
demur to complainant's original and amend
ed bill, or the same will be taken for con
fessed as to them and set for hearing exparte;
and that a copy ofthlsorderbe published oaee
a week, for four successive v?ce-ta, iu the,
This 1st day of June, le7i.
Acopy-atttst: EDVUND A.COLK,
ClerK and Master
By E. B. Mchenry. Deputy C. i M.
Harris, M'clslcfc ATuriey.sols.for compl't.
UNDER and by virtue or a deed in treat ex
ecuted to A. W. Young, as trustee, by W.
11. Eader and Frank Mellersb, for the pur
poses tnereln mentioned, and at the rajuetitoC
the beneficiary, which trust deed registered
insaidhelby county, in book pega
166, 1 will, ou
Saturday, Jaly 17, 1875,
during legal hours, In front of the Oourthoose,
sell lor cash, to the htgbest bidder, at puWIe
auction, tho real estate described in said deed,
situate in Shelby county. State of Tennessee,
and In the city of Memphis, beginning on the
south side of Court street, at a point where
the south fide of Court street intersects the
center of bayou Unyoso; thence south with
the center of said Bayou 150 feet to a slake;
thence east 118 leetto a stake; thenee north
150 feet to the oulh line ot Court street ; thenee
west with the south line.or Court street 118
feet to the beginning.
The equity of redemption is waived and the
title is believed to be gcod, but I will sell,
and convey as trustee only.
I was appointed trustee tn stld deed by tbet
Probate Court of Shelby county, instead fcy A,
W. Young, who resigned.
Jul5 T. B, .EDGJNGT&MV