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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, APRIL O, 1867.
For i in- Meaptaa Appeal. 1
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I .'m age B "rise lc cheat!
Oul seul etalt mon soutiea.
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THE IIBUM EF.
Torn ro" 'a1 aome,
Hv whither doat tboo roam T
Poor, trembling, withered leaf.
Creature of hour, so brief !
Mortal I the sturdy tree
Whow anna once sheltered me,
Klnver'd by the tempest's power
Lie prosiwd. 81no that hour.
From mount to moor and heath,
With hli Inconstant breath.
Zephyr now wings me.
Boreas now fling-, uie.
bed by lha a-ind I go.
Nor car nor fear 1 know.
Trustful and meak
Home of the roses falr-
Houie of the laurel
That home 1
of more than thirty I
nnifanl. They are said
We And the foil
an old newt-pap1" I
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toT.vebeen written by Sir Wall
U,d on the l.resvkfest plate of bU wife oa
ru.r his return from a tour In the
ncuiium. jmj w - -
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... ,-w. nrxt I.H- lore with that mortifll air.
Uah lav ' - ,
That your spring-time at pw
Nor bid me to maids, thai art
For thot ruptures that aim I
line own I
DRY G OODS i.
THo' AprU his temples may wreathe with the
Its tendrils in Infancy curl d ,
TUthe ardor of Aunu J" "
Whxe lite-blood enliven tne warid.
Too' t k form, that waa fashioned aa light aa a
S ! . i nmtu,Hinn more round :
r"i":' Tj.i., ailnaaia
..nce. nat was oiisu.
hat was blight
now on the ground.
Enough, after absence to meet thee again.
Tuv steps still with ecstary mon ; . ...
Enough, thai iheae clear eober glance, retain
For in. the kind language of ie e.
Statistics show that Americans pay
eleven million dollars a year for watches.
Ten dollars is the rate of a cabin
passage from Charleston to Sew York
in a first class steamer. Before the war
it was twenty-five dollars.
A negro recently refused to take the
oath as postmaster at Forest depot, Vir
ginia, because he ' sympathized" with
the south during the rebellion.
The special committee of the board
of eouueilinen of New York hare re
ported against the park site for the post
office. The appropriations of the second ses
sion of the thirty-ninth congress amount
to 144, 793,037.
A New York paper states that Oen.
Banks will aecompauy the party now
organizing in that city to visit the Holy
A loan asked for by Pennsylvania
for $23u,lKVn was all taken on Mon
day. Five per cent, tionds were taken
at par and six per cent, lionds at per
The Ietroit Free , says of
Brownlow's colored comjietitor for the
governorship that, "unlike Brownlow,
he is a negro from necessity, and not
Kate Lyons died from starvation iu
Boston last Thursday.
Clerk McPhersou is writing the "Lite
of Thaddeu Stevens."
In Philadelphia, in IfwB, the asesseil
value of real estate waa S132,0OO,0K) ; in
1635, $156,W,000; 1887, $160,360,000.
In Boston, in 1865, the assessed value
of real estate was $136,290,000: in 1S65,
$3)1,600,'3; 1S67, $5,650,000.
In New York, in 1855, the assessed
value of real estate was $837,000,000 : in
165, $427,400,000; IS67, $479,000,000.
The assessment iu real estate has in
creased in New York in twelve years
$1 42,OOO,O0 ; in Boston, $89,500,000; in
John Halle, sixteen years old, of
Providence. R. L, is reported to have
walked to San Francisco by the overland
In 6t. Mary parish, La., the young
figs have made their appearance, and the
orange trees are laden with blossoms and
Augusta, ( lav, has a colored theologi
cal school, with thirty members.
A fish weighing two thousand
ounds was caught in the harbor of
- Portsmouth, N. H., lately. Twelve gal
lons of oil was taken from its liver.
The .Philadelphia Pr sn says there
are now more than four hundred miles
of water-pipes connected with the reser
voirs of that city.
New York lioasts of a numismatic
society, connected with which is a de
I artmeat of archeology. The society is
piMHessed of 2112 specimens of coins,
l-ewides various other curiosities of iu
George Francis Train spoke at New
"i ork on the 1st iust., in behalf of south
- .Seventy-five ttintivtnil ersons visited
i'entral park. New York, on the first day
of its spring opening.
Indian outrages are again on the
tapis, Idaho lieing the sufferer.
The government has settled the
wine seizure suit in California, by ac
cepting sixty per cent, of the goods.
Over xeven hundred new buildings
are now iu course of erection in New
York city, having been commenced
sine January 1st.
The same editors control the Boston
Pat and Iuisville Jounvd who started
them the W thirty-four years since
and the Journal thirty-six years ago.
The celebrated painting, "Hherman
by his Camp-fire," has lieen sold for
Two cars, ix-troleum laden, fired while
crossing the iron bridge on the Pennsyl
vania railroad over the Hchuylkill.
-The Toledo, WatMaui and Western
railroad earned for the third week in
March, $72,971 73 -an inert of over
The late Confederate secretary of
state, Gen. Toombs, was in attendance
upon the superior court at Warreiiton,
Ga., on the 3d inst.
A great revival recently took place
in the county of Sterling, Scotland, in
the region of the iron and coal mines,
originating, it is said, iu the open air
preaching of one or two Kvengelistsfrom
Glasgow. The meetings hare been con
ducted by fishermen of various denomi
nations. In Terre Haute, Ind., the other day,
a careless fellow, after smoking, put bis
pipe into his pocket with a small pack
age of guuaowder. He had occasion to
remember hi. folly a few minutes later.
He was terribly burned.
At the last ball at the Tuiiaries the
ifTure of her majesty was particularly
remarked as being a reminiscence of the
famous recent periou. rne emprew-
wore a Hum tier of rare black diamonds,
which at Uie present moment are highly
esteemed and much sought after, very
large pricett being paid for this rare gem.
ai matiiMon, Morula, last week, a
teacher in the 8t. John's seminary
named Brintow, had at) altercation with
Fiauk Pope, a pupil in the institution,
MaWk resulted iu thedeathof the school
master by a pistol shot from the lad.
Tea culture on the South Carolina
ami Georgia coast is proving eutlrsly
successful, and it has demonstrated
that the ami is adapted to the production
of leaves eual in delicacy of flavor witlj
Uiat hitherto peculiar to the aeiestial
empire. Coffee has also beeu profit
ably cultivated uu the gulf sea coast.
- The Augusta (Ga.) Cknmicle ami
,V nt, ii I lliua describes a singular luaus
naturie on exhibition la that city : The
child i- male, twelve txtoutha old. Its
head around the templet- is twenty -seven
and a half inches. The appendage,
growing an a tfaleriUl at the back of its
head, measures fourteen iuches round.
The txsly nd lower extremities are
acaroely the sixe of a six months' old
iufaut. The child was born of respecta
ble parents in Middle Georgia, and is the
wonder of ail uve n it since iu
TR-MMING EMPORIUM !
JAMES G. MOFFATT,
341 Halo St, Sostb of I nioB,
Ladies' Dress and Cloak Trim
French and German Buttons,
Fancy Goods, Notions,
Real Laces, English Hosiery,
Toys, French Corsets.
Agant for tlie cslebfmted
Boulevard Hoop Skirts!
CL0THWG, WH0S. ETC.
TO ME It CHA NTS ONLY.
W. B. "KNIGHT,
195 Main Street,
Between Washington and Adams,
Memphis, : : : : Teuneiscr.
HI, E, LOGWOOD 4 CO.,
Buo-eaaon to H. H. KdmondRon A Co.,
EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE DEALERS
Wholraale and Retail
DRUOGI W T ,
Ar. 120 MAIS STREET.
Has Jnst received ft complete stock of
Drnc, Medicines, Cimcals, Wines,
Conplete Assortment or Perfumery
Alio, LIQIOKS for Medkal Purponcs.
rpHE attention of Painters Is directed to my
1 large tH-of White Iad. UnassaHrfl, Han
E.ne roiui irmund iu oil. Window Glass ate ,
wnieb I will sell low for cash,
rebu itn A. RKNKEKT. vfemphis. Tenn.
A. a. rooLKY. an. a. rakmh. r. n. iiakm m.
POOLEY, BARNUM & CO.,
aT w olry,
SIUKKW1BK, KAM I GOOD, ETC., ETC.,
MO. 265 MAIM STREET,
Cor. Court, MEMPlliy. TKNN
ipany, with eajutal of $5oo,
fcii formed in California for tb,
mm bas leii lormeu iu vuiiruui ior u,e
ur'pt uf euoplyiug 8au Fraiioiaoo with
' . rJ l-wisjd from tlie heavily woodad bills
ouud Naja iaae auu nauuis raaiejs.
wX al Haiaai
Hunday was a lovely day and the ge
nlal sunshine was taken advantage of
by our lair ladies. They were out in
force and many of them during the day
visited the peerless packet Bobt. K. le
now lying at our wharf-curiosity seems
unabated and every visit only brings to
view some new beauty not seen before.
A light rain on Monday morning, early,
with a cloudy atmosphere indicated an
unpleasant day, but except that the sun
did not shine, it war pleasant enough
till just before dark, when itagaln Degau
llusiuews on the landing was only fJr
The river at'this point declines steadily
but slowly- inches per day Is about the
avt-rage fall- The uajper. rivers areTalling.
The total fall al Cairo is not less than B
feet. The Arkansas, White and St.
Francis rivers are declining.
Meamer Iurel Hill, Louisville.
" Ht. Charles, Louisville.
" IxMiisville, New Orleans.
" Natoma. St. Francis river.
" M. Hambleton, St. Franc, river.
" Atlantic, New Orleans.
" l'hil. Sheridan, Vicksburg.
" Belle Memphis, St. IiOUis.
" Ieonidas, Evansvllle.
" Commercial, White river.
" Virginia. St. Louis.
Paragon, St. Louis.
" Bertha, Cincinnati.
Steamer Laurel Hill, New Orleans.
rH. Charles, New Orleans.
" Louisville, Louisville.
Atlantic, St. Louis.
' Phil. Sheridan, SL Louis.
" Belle Memphis, 8t Louis.
Ionidas. New Orleans.
" Virginia, New Orleans.
" Bertha, Arkansas river.
Boats In Port
R. E. Lee, Natoma, Mollie Hamble
ton, Minneola, Oleaner.
For NkwObueaxs The noble packet
Bobt E. Lee is rapidly loading and will
back out at noon to-morrow for Vicke
l.urg, Natchez and New Orleans. We
know of many passengers who have al-
, , , ,i, tlu- I ,w
and she will no doubt leave here with a IN
splendid trip of peopis. Capt. Kichard- j aw py ZiOOTlS
son has the happy faculty of winning j JJJOt X JVVJ
the good wishes and regards of all hie AKD
guests in a way peculiar to himself, j . -
Capt. Jim. Smith, who had u7iear Ortad JJ V -L ' J--1-
on his table at Montgomery when flour g21 SeCOlld Street,
was scarcer than rum, will be found in
& office as young looking, as jovial Adams Block,
and as hospitable as ever. Mr. McVay, JHomjplais, : Toilll.
his assistant, though a young man, is a ! rohiaau
popular and comi)etent officer. He is j -
!, I the boat's chaplain either. No finer j DRUGS it MEDICINES.
packet runs the river, no better officers
pass out a key or pull a bellrope. Ke
member, she leaves at 1- to-morrow.
Levy & Miller, Jas. T. Bourne & Co. and
V. Jay Johnson, agents. Capt. Sam.
Shock is her passenger agent.
The Dean line packet, Minneola, leaves
for Ciucinuatl this day at 5 p.m. Jan. T.
Bourne & Co , agents.
The Mollie Hambleton. Capt. Bow
man, leaves for all oints on Uie St.
Francis river this day at j p.m. tarry
Harm- i fc Co., agents.
The Silver Moon, Capt. Walker,
leaves for Cincinnati Thursday at i
p ni. Larry Harmstad A Co., agents. I
The Oleaner is up for Arkansas river
this day at 5 p.m. Larry ilarmstad a
Co., and Jas. T. Bourne Co., agents.
The Norman, iu charge of Capt. Var
blc, leaves for White river this day at
ft p.m. Irry Harmstad A Co., ageuts.
The splendid Commercial, iu charge
of the gallant Capt. Davis, leaves for
White river this day at ft o'clock. She
is swift, safe aud comfortable. Levy A
Miller, and Jas. T. Bourne A Co., ageuts.
" The Sues canal is practically open.one
hundred bales of goods, from Siani for
Paris, having taken the route of this
canal to the Mediterranean."
There is no better evidence of the giant
strides the world is making in every di
rection, in works of internal improve
ment, than the comparative little atten
lion the above announcement, which
came to us a few days ago by the cable,
bas attracted. The waters of the Med
iterranean and the Bed sea are now
united. The historical caravan has been
disbanded, aud the patient camel has
been stripped of his burden and turned
out to grass.
Navigation was open to Rock Island
on Uie ftlh. The Southern Belle and
Savannah arrived thereon that day from
lielow. We have no doubt but that it is
now opeu to the foot of Lake Pepin.
The Vluincy Jl raid of the -Ith says :
The fine sternwheel steamer Mollie
McPike was purchased yesterday by the
tiuincy and St. Louis packet company
for the sum of $2B,500, and will at ouce
commence her regular trijw nnder the
new management The new boat of this
line, the Thomas Jasner. owinir to the
work beirjir delayed bv hieh water, is not 1 1RA.CT1CAL WATCHMAKEK, has tor sale
expected to be ready before the first atnai. cioc. and -
week in June. ,
The river continues about on a stand, I.
or rising very slowly.
A fight took place at the lower end of
the landing, between a white man and
a voter. The latter came out first lest
aud the latter went home the worse for
The J. D. IVrry was taken to the
lower landing yesterday, where she Will
remain till the -lieritt' sells her.
The Southerner is to be sold to-motrow
by the I'nited State marshal.
Capt. Hob Gibson, of the City wharf
boat, left for a short visit to Alabama on
uuday evening. He will luxuriate,
while ai'seut, iu goolier beans an.) go
The ( .ntiueutal will leave for New
Orleans to-day at 10 a.m. Larry Harm
stad A Co., agents.
Capt Sam. Shock bas been appointed
passenger agent of the Memphis and
Items were very scarce on the creek
yesterday. After a diligent search of
several hours, we came away tired, but
had nothing worth layiug before our
We noticed several well known steam
boatmen at the grand opening given by
our cotruiporary, the Avalanche, on
Saturday night last, in honor of the new
building. Speeches were made, toasts
were drank aad a general good time was
indulged in. A prominent passenger
agent made a speech, which we will give
in full iu a day or two.
The Commercial brought 29" bales of
cotton from White river.
The M. S. Mepham will leave the Star
wharfboal for New Orleans to-day at 5
p.m. Capt. Woods commands. W.Jay
The City of Alton, Capt. McPbeeters,
will leave for Cairo and St. Louis on
Wednesday evening. Dili A Peterson,
The new steamer Richmond will be in
port on Wednesday or Thursday next,
when our people will have another
" thing of beauty " to inspect Wehave
bad no dearth of splendid packets in the
past few days. The Lee and' the liepub
lic have already been seen by the curi
ous ia art. The Richmond is now the
much talked about aud looked fur curi
e.ity. From all we can learn from our
exchanges, and those who have visited
her we are satisfied that she will prove
in elegance of garniture, beauty ot model
and speed one of the most beautiful and
perfect specimens of art yet built. Capt.
Stut Neal has devoted all his vast exe
rience and energy to the production of
such a palace as was never before
launched. lis thiaks that he has
achieved that end, and we accord to him
all praise for his courage and perse
verance. 'I he can tain and mate of the Palmer
published a card in the New Orleans
iers Ueiiouii' ing as h slaniler the
charge which was made against them
ceiKemiug the Mercury atlair. They
inn upas follows : v .- iliil not uluuiler
auy baggage, nor appropriate auy " la
dies' underclothes,'' being both single
meu, aud no wives to clothe, and have
no uaa for Buub artl!ltJ- .mpt .
t harlea He.hultz, well known among
instAnt"' Ciuciun " the 2d
The teamer Ocean Wave, which plies
between Mobile aud the Eastern Shore
is to nave the name change te st
Elmo, iu compliment to Miss llvans.
r.uallsh'a Majarlty Mine lluntfred ami
NO. 1UO MAIN STKEET.
Repairing Done aud Warranted.
Ordea left for CLTXK REPAIRING willbeat
leuded to and returned tree of cnare.
Watchmaker and Optician.
K. k Mil HOT. .;.. 7 l-'J lain Street,
JUST AattlVING :
10 tlerrcs more Wbittakrr Hams
10 boxes Breakfast Baron :
100 kegs lard;
100 Mils. Noiir;
IS Mia. Ktlndried Corn Heal :
10 1-2 ( bests One Tea.
For tale low at
Late i Vinson Jt In Urn.
SM Mala street
BERNARD & McCLURE
Nes. Ws and 300 Second Street,
Mompliis, : : : : : Tunn.
rcai.xsH kss or
Pianos, Organs, Melodeons,
of F.i try Description,
And STRINGS of all kinds.
OLI PIANOS taken m excliaug as part pay
for new one.
Tl'NlNUANU KKPAIRINCi promptly at
NKW MTTSK rrreivM dallv. fchio 3m
KNABE PIANOS !
rpHKwR unrlvrillftl iMtrmMttli r fully war
J. ranted lot eu year, atiU are ior itmiti al
MO. 375 MAIN ST.. (Jacknon hloca.)
Nf ini hias I Vn.iiajisi,
mb Ski By LKOpoLD GOEPVL.
A STITCH IN TIMK SAVES MNK."
2. j DYKIWO, BCOUHINa, I :
J kmi at aliort notice Oy
prll 3.-The full returns
t gives Kngliah 46,788;
from evary to'
Ttie senate stands eleven republicans
against ten democrats.
rhe houa. atands Jli7 tepublicaas
a(jaloet 111 deniui rats.
e ISAAC ISAACS,
I 64 1-2 Jefferson Street '
All order executed with ueaiutus and din.
n il . b, and entiraaatbdactiOB Ktiunuileed wbeo
tli work U done. mar.!
DR. J. H. SOUTH ALL,
Office, No.109 Main Street,
WEI18TKK BLOCK. UP HTAIBS,
Between Adaau aad Wiahlnrton atraau,
mh2J I rn MK.MHHrS.TK rN.
DR. G. W. LAWRENCE,
Hot Sprintrs, - Arkansas.
I. L, ltl IT.
Office, 4 Doors North Vajoso Home,
Mrmpliiri, - - Tennessee.
Reatdeiiee. 301 Monro rest. mhl2 am
D. J. O'REILLY,
Late of Loatevllle, y ..)
MRS D. C. EVAN8,
IXIRMICRl.Y of lxiolnllle, K., more rei-ently
f ,.f lb- lieaUaa Insllate, SewAlliany Ind.,
- -u4 l.y her liunnaud, lr. J. al. EVANS, de
al re to Inform her fr. en Is and the public that
aha Ink, taken
ROOMS AT THfc OVERTON HOTbL.
A nd Is prepared to dlafniw and rare all klnda
of lJinaae,. eajwclallT l loae of a Chronic char
acter. Mm. A.VANS 'fill &lagoae all eaaea
wlthcnt niakln Inqoir r of the patient, giving
symptoms, cauw and effect. In a manner ao
sail- a'tory a to leave qo donbt In the mind of
the applicant. In the treatment of rliaeaan she
diaoaroa the ase of all iidnral raodictnes, using
only that which la pirely Botanlo, together
Willi Magnetism, Kleetitrliy and l old Water.
Mr, K. gives .special aitenuon to Ladle and
dlae,u,es to which tbey are subject.
i.i r "I.'- - .
Capt. fa Uolcrof.. Meamer Louisiana ;
Capt- John 8. Rlche", Sew Albany; John
Ixmgkinlller, New Albany; Vf. J. Johnson,
wi.art-lt. Memphis, Tenti.: J. B. Martin,
Kuilnence, Kv : W . Guthrie. Cropper's Depot,
Ky.; J. K. Parker, srace U K i C. R.
K John Hansoclr, county commissioner,
Kiovd county; Col. Win. Bold, New Albany;
John Tiu, office L. .. A. a . R- R;
i'. Cniae, hardware merchant. Near Al
b,nv; W.at. Or-ive, ftintly Urove). New Al
lian j ; Mrs. Judge Lair J. Hock port, Ind.; Jonn
W. hUds, Cireeucastle, Ind.; J. H. Burton, tlia
llai:i coui.ty, ind; Jonatbau M.
K!wThgtor.. Ind. fcuJ7-2m.
DR. A. WESSON,
No. 254 Second Street,
In Uie Cuaucery Court of Memphis, Tenn.
Ko. 17U J. T. Karguaon. A. Cordea et aL, and C.
Cl'lay vs. Cornelius Mcehan. Jonn Meenan
and A. Alston.
It Is therefore ordered, that he make his
pesrance herein, at the Courtbonse In the
I T aooeartnn from affidavit In this
J. the delendant Cornelius Meehan la a non
re.Ulent Of the Htatoof Ten;
city of Memphis, Tennessee, within Use first
three days of the next term of said court, com
mencing on the second Monday In May, 1SS7
anil pieao, answer or nemnr to cr.nipisii
bill, or the same wilt be lakeu for corneas
to htm and set for hearing ex parte, aud thai a
copy of this order be published once a week for
four ,urceslve weeks in the Memphis Appeal.
. elk ami Master.
By It J. Black, liepnty rierk and Maaatr.
lgwoou a reyum, sllieitors Ior eompia:n-
A cepy -att st:
Non-lie intent Notice.
In Uie rhaacery Conrt of Memphis. Tenn.
No 1 ltl Turner Hunt vs. Hamnel Meott.
IT appeanug from tka Hhenffs return In this
cause that the defendant i-amnel Hoott. after
dillgeut seyaxeh and Inquiry naving been made,
eannot be found In bheiby loanly to be,eryed
with rereonal process ; It Is therefore ordered,
that he make his appearance herein at Use
Courthouse, in Uie city of Memphis, Tenneaaee,
within the first three days of the next serin of
said court, commencing the secoud Monday
In May, Lv7, and plead, answer or demur to
complainanta kill, or the same will be taken for
confessed, aa to him, and set for hearing ex
parte, and 1 1 at a copy ot this order he published
once a week, for tour successive week, ia tb
A copy attest ;
AUOVHTON AL8TON, Clerk and Master.
By B. J. Black, Li. C and M.
Loa-wuod A Peyton eel's. Ior complainant
COTTON - COMMISSION BANKS AND BANKING
L. F. COULTER,
J. R Mkncaa. WITH
Mercer c Talley,
Unas oia s
iudersoD, Tallerj aft .,
Wholesale and KetaU Dealers In
Groceries and hlaDtalionSapplieg,
NO. IB-1. MAIN STREET,
Corner of Washington.
WILL gir onr personal attenUon to the sale
of Cotton and another Produce cousleued
tona MtRl'MK ATA1.LEY.
J. a. aaviL. JAM. KnS
NEVILS & ROSE,
Wholesale and Retail
Grocers and Cotton Factors,
No. 17 G Front Street,
TOM. MrKEON'8 OLD STAND,
MEMPHIS, : TENN.
PARTICULAR attention paid to the Hal of
i Cotton. All Cotton and other Produce
consigned to ns I covered by our open polletex
of Insurance unless otherwise Instructed.
9AI080 BAYIHfB INSTITUTION,
MKMPHIB, TKNW E8BKE,
Ban.i ok House 19 Madison SL
IU I natl toil on, organised in 1M. has ben
tn continuous and successful operaUon for the
paat tan yaara, eonUaaes to transact a
OBVXKAI. EXCHANOB ARD
Will Racatv laapeatsa. Bay and 8atl
M, Sllrer and I srarrrsl MneyK
ICLLH Kxehang In sums to suit purchasers.
on London and ail leadinv; cities of the United
Tlrl and will make collac'. oas on all aeaaaal
bl plsnas in the Berth and West.
B. H. ATBET, CaahkaT.
JOB" C. LAX its, Pmlatat.
fetilU JK-iy 17 11
Bnceeeaura to Ogden. Toaey Co,
la. 16 JesTersoa Sret, Mrnpbls, Traa.
S. H. TOBATT, Psssri E. C. KIRK, ash
rfUIS awlS I IB a lieneral Bank'ng Ittisineas.
1 Keeelve IS.O". an. I ui.- .11 t.old. Hi.ver
Kxchange, Uovemment Secnntus and I'ncur-
w collections promptly attended to.
t n. iaveiiici,
r i wrr,
I .ale of Mist.
D. at. WISDOM,
ljite of Purdy, T.
WISDOM & DUFF,
Attorneys at Law,
Ko. IP vt-i t itan Htreet,
saMtli MEMPHIS. TEW.
HAKuoca i-rwra. William aSsaJSV
LEWIS c CRAIC,
A TTOKN KVtJ AT LAW, stlLman
XV No. 1W S-"Oim1 litre-!
M. T. Will
lull t- ttui
North of Miuliwu,
uam-s !i v III bo fou n I at the above.
Juliis W. WOO. w r k WOOD
WOOD & WOOD.
VTTOKVKVs AT laAW Office. So. 1 Madl
huu ittSMH, over OityorO cavlueM iiistilu-
tloa, front rmnn, Meoipbla, Tenii,
Pmuipt alti utiwi. to I'oli- nous iu Tennessee,
MinKlMppi and Arkuaiftaic ruh.S Tm
ALBF.RT m at SON,
Liujt Itock, Ark.
In the Connty Court of Shelby County, Tea
neH)ee. W. H. Bill, Levi Hill, EH Hill,et al va. the
heirs cf pMarlan ana laiaiah Gooilwlu, de-rea.-il,
Petition to . . Ucui Estate.
IN thU caae it appttirtoL; from nfTtdavit an Hie
that the helm at law, nd children of Mr.
Man. and Ifsalalt OoMlwln, deot-aawd, whnae
children's christian name are nnknown, are
noo-ri'HUlent of the Htataof TennesaMea.
It Is therefore ordered. That they do enter
their appearance herein at the courthouse in
the 5th Civil lJiatrlct of Bhelhy i V.nty, Tenn.,
In t ... rv ctt M um rh1 rut or tuffr- fhn rtrat
Monday in May, itjtjr, and plead, answer or '
demcr tocoinrlaiuanu petit ton, or the satue will
be taken for eoofeaaad, aa to them, aud aet
for hear) uk exparte; it Is further ordered that
a copy of tnla orJer he published oace a week,
for four vuccsBMBtve waelu. tn the alempbU
Atpkai , a newspaper published iu the city of
Memphla. JOHN LOAtiUK,
Marclit. tm. Clerk.
IToii -Retii deii t Notice
In the Char eery Court of Memphis, Tenn.
No. :-". C. Kofieer, by next friend, va. Joa.
H. Mo.by, Maria L. M - Mary Iaabe'Ia
Mosby and Joa. C. WtlliaraK.
IT appearing from arlldavit in thta cause that
the defendants, Joa. 11. Mwby, Maria 1.
Moaby, Mary isabelia Mosby and Joseph C
WUllAtrna, are non-raidents of the State;
It Is ; here i'.r- ordered, that they make their
appearance hereia at the Court Hoojaa in the
City of Mempliss, Tenu., on the 1st Monday In
May, 1807, aud plead, answer or demur to
complainant's hiM, or the same wit! be taken for
confessed, as to them and aet for beajrlng ex
; t r . and that a copy o' this order be pub
lished once a week, for four successive weeks,
in the Memphis Ajtxal.
ALaJUKIMN ALaSTOSf, Clerk and Master.
Gautt A Waddell. .oilcttorr, for complainant.
C B. CA KTXS,
Halllday Broa., Cairo.
LAWRENCE & CARTER,
At. 22H front Street. Up Stairs),
mh3 m MEMPHIS. TEWTT.
Chancery Court of Mempha, c unity of rthelby,
and State of Teunestsee.
n. k. D.-R. C. Lane et. tat, v F. I. Lane
TT appeatinft that thedefeodant, W. T. Lane,
Xand the unknown helm or H i. Lane, are
non-reaideut.s of the titate ef TenueiMee, and
that the ordinary prouesx of tlibt Cuurtcatuiul
beexei-uted upou them.
It Is therefore ordered that the said defend
ant enter their apjearanoe iu this .oae, and
plead, ansver or demur to the hill of com
plAainaat, on or before the 1st day of May next,
or the several allegations thrreor will be taken
for t.uie-taed ,L;:tifi-( them, and the cause as to
them, set ior, bearing ex part, it U further
ordered mat a copy of tbU or4er be published
in the Memphis APfKAU for the aSpat-a of four
A t rae copy.
A. AiTV, i u-rk ami Master.
Dixon A Hugh, solicitor for complainants.
March 3. 1SS7. mhii law4w.
v.'-; Main st., Memphia.
K. II. PIKE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
S?rticitor in Chancery,
Iit tie Rock, - - Arkansas.
Will practice In the Federal and State
Court. I 'ullec ious promptly a tended to.
rah i u
C. O. CXJ MMINGS,
Rear of So. 27S Second Street
No. " Court Flace,
febffi 3ro Mumphis, Tenn.
OKO W. WlNiaESTML, ROBSBT A. UATCUKB,
Late of oaiiaiiu, Venn. iate I MlbsourL
Will HEMEK & HATCHES,
TPhm;ys AT LW and General Col-
U una; Ageuts, 5i'J7 becoud Sireet, Mem-
GEO. K. STAHL,
Attorney at Law,
Xo. 'm brtood Street,
Ofp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
Sebl t 3m
k. ju dixum. w. a. raacr
DIXON S PERCY,
TTOKN EY.1 AT LAW. Greeurllle, Mlrn,
A iv,,.iuw a s AAn w , vjr i mu iiir, ibb,
Will practice in the Courts of Tunica.
ivar, Washlngtou and Iaauenca
. (.. AKMISTKAD. U. K. PHEL1N.
ARMISTEAD & PHELAN,
A TTtiKNKYs AT LAW, No. 13 West Tonrt,
rv t'iriwfieu atau. alia r rout streeuo. Mem
JOHN HL1.LO' K.
VIS A. W. AMUEBSOIC.
BULLOCK I ANDERSON,
. : . i . v l v u '
Oi.pom.e titai.'W ttpera House, Meml
phi. 'I en 11.
LAW, Ito Heeond street
OtA .1. Iviuj; vs. Tli . K. Brahan.
AFKIDAvIT for Attachment having been
made in this ease and aitaciiLLeni having
been issued agutut the estate of Tims. K. Bra
hau, tiMin !h -tionnd that he is a non-resident
of the Mate cf TeunetaMS. and it having been
leturued " ieviel, etc.,"
It is therefore ordered that said defendant
enter bis :ippearanoe on or before the 15th day
i April, 1 7, to plead, answer or demur to the
aald plaintiff a i-omplaint, or the same will be
takeu t -r cmfe-ed aud the case aet for hearing
ex parte. And that a copy of this order be pub
lished onee a week lor four conaecutive weeks
in the MemphLs Ajtrau March 11, 117-
8. A. MOOU, J. P.
V. Noi.ton. Plaintiff Attorney.
Koavs Join - va. M. P. Crawford.
Dame: ('. Cox vs. v. P. Crawfard.
Aft IiAViT for Aitachmeut having been
made in these two oaes and attach went
having been iHued against the estate of M. P.
CTKWfoid, upon the ground that he is a non
resident of tne Stte or Tennessee, and they
having been returned " levied,'' etc.,
It is tfie re Jo re ordered, thai said defendant
oter uis appearance on or t-cfore the i h day
of April. IW7, to plead, answer or demur to the
said plaintiff 's complaint or the same will be
taken far con fessed aud theca-eet lor hearing
ex parte, and that a copy of this order be r ub
liBked once a wetk for four consecollve weeks
ic the MenpaAis Afpcsi. Lated Kebrusry 28,
18b"7. A MOORfc, J. P.
Ihxon A Hough, plalntti attorneys,
mti I lawtw0
LEE CR AN BALL CO.,
138 Qravimr Street,
M i r slm a i s. u,s a
-Vo. 61 Broad Street,
n. a. joihik. M. A. IISKLII.
JOINER & KIRK LEY,
And Dealer in
Hay, Com, Oats, Bran, Lime,
lement, Master, Plastering Hair,
FIKK BKIC'K A.B WI8TUV PBOUtCS,
34 Monroe Street,
Memphis:, : : : : : Tenn.
A. J. WHITK,
8. H. TOitE V ,
JAM. u. (aiuKJ,'.
t- . alutaU
THE M I RC 1 1 Tb
NAT I ONAL BANK
Or MEMPHIS, T.KNS8
Twenty-One Years in Memphis !
WALKEBBRtW. . H. JCD1H.
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING,
NOTIONS, FURNISHINC COODS,
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
AT WO. 3W MAIX STRF.KT.
AOQi.uoce to the Darucroiia Kriemls and Patrons at this House- ami the pnUie
generally, that we have received Ai l l Ml Al. UKI.r. .frt H'K.
comprising ALL f'LAHHES OF OtXiW In
our Una oTTraiJe for
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
Our tood having been piirofaaaed since the
T z o i rV I E C L I E.
We are prepare to furnish to
MERCHANTS AND DEALERS GENERALLY
at price which dafy competition.
aprimo WO. aSIJ MAIrT STBSaW. CLAY BUrLDrQ.
CHEAP SADDLERY HOUSE
J. F. S III I I Kit,
R M. Whit. Pre"t Mia, aad Tana. R. K.
Jobw Kekk. Formerly of Augusta, lie.
ueo. F. RooTKs,late (iordon B.mtn, st lxaln.
WHITE, KERR & ROOTES,
A tj Ueneral rommlsslnr. and FtorwanllBg
Block. MeniBfals Tenn
i onslgnments or Cotton, Provisions, Pro
Juce, Etc., solicited, and all orders rompily
"" mti (ni
STO&ASK, F0BWAKD1W6 COXXUSIO.K.
T. C. FORBES & CO.,
Sos. 45 A I ; front St. and 46 A 48 Fulton st
NEW ORLEANS, LA.,
General Commission Merchants,
F)R th aale of Cotton. Floor, Whisky. Corn,
Tobseco.and all kinds of Western Produce.
Having an Internal He venae Bonded Ware
house, we are prepared to handle "Whisky "
and ' Mann ractnrr.1 Toi.accn " in knnH Ihm
offering superior inducements to shippers or
Liberal advances on all consignments.
la, Sai,Uje. Autlim
cesBHile polnu in the Honth, and punctually
remitted on iilay nl pay ment, at current rate-
ui i era r..vnuanse.
W. ri . (JHKKltV, : : Pr.dt.
a. bftcr.1, : Vu-s Pres.ilent.
J.J.FHKEMAN. : : : ( .hmP.
wiaEL-rosH.-AinOK woudrufl". W. A iioo.!
wyn , Capt. C. B. tliurch, If a tit H
Hough, at. t. Cochran, A. J. White H T Tuna
Uneon, Jnca. L. Taylor, .las K Merilmsn Tti.w
It. Smith. A. T. Ui. ev. W. H. Cherrr :n'h7 In
B. P. BOLL1MU, JiHtS STRKRT tt
Home Insurance and Trust Co.
BANKERS & COLLECTORS,
Ao. if Madimn Street,
Memphia, - - Tonnerisee.
Jj'XCHASue on all the principal cities of the
J United stales bought and sold, im.j.. m
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Depositor) and Financial Agenl
F. 8. DAVIS. - - President.
C. P. HOFR1S, '
T. W. JOHNSTON, - Ass I cashier
DIRK( TOKH :
J. B. ArTI,
In Uie Chancery Conrt of MemphLs. Tenn.
No. IW-X. R. IX -A. Warren ta, C C McM;t
hoii aail Jno. W. Kowlr, et al.
IT appeartnx fmm aflitUvH in i til- cause, thai
ttae deft-nuacm, thr uuknown heirs of C. C.
McMahor, Hre non-residents of th- Htate, or
that t heir place Mf res.tl-nce nk:nown; It la
therefore ordeitMl thai they inaxe their appear
ance herein at the Courthouse in tlie city of
Memphis, Tenn, oa or before the second Mon
day tn May, 1", and plead, answer or demur
to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken
for confessed, as to them, and set ler hearing
ex parte, and that a copy of this order be pub
1 shed ence a week, for four successive weeks,
in the Memphis A.pfeai.
A Cow Attest.
AUOUSTON AIaHTON. Clerk and Master.
UanrUtt Waddell, sola, for ouuAplainant.
JNO. Mm CARMACK.
Attorney and (onnsellor at Law
OrrrrF RttnoveA to IS Conrt street, betweec
R. C. CI9AIC a CO.'S
3;n Sain cm. Jackson Block,
lacMSm MEMPHIS. TatWaf.
Oralis Sood I
TN store and to Arrive, wholesale and retail,
at CR AIU'S SKKll SIXJRK.
lanai am m Main street. Memphis.
WARRANTED GARDEN SEED!
(iO.NS1aVaNTL iirnvinf aud foraale by
j K. Ki. CRAlc. A CO.,
Wholes lie aud K tail teeU tMore,
an2-4 '.:n X7m Main al rM. Mmihiji, Tenn.
COX a HUMPHREY.
Produce t CBBl88lon Merchant!..
No. 1 Howard' Mow,
a Mi am aasimil TKNi
F. Glassick & Co.,
I V.rOR,iE8' ff,n?tortarlI? Coalers ta
X tiuus. hitles. Pistol Oun Material for Uuo
tuskar s use, nun Implements, aaaaaasaa, a
i; ., t. sssamai
Hall Vleiui.::., T.i,n
ttepaii lug doue and warranted. uihs Dm
FORD, DIXON & CO.,
,sv ddlery Hard ware,
4 IS Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
j. o roRi a co.,
Memphis, re r i.i.
I SAYRK, PLl'MB a CO.,
I Maw ...... la.
AT . A 1'
PORTRAIT rAU" a us iuuuq av ous
..-.! sio . JackAion U.-x-k. uutil Juiia.
raHAs, hiKiiiiAAi Tsecklc. etc.. Ntf. Aluinstie-eT 1 "tiu ba w 11 1 leave ior Chicago aud Norinern
VP F peiiowu pau, ws-wakig tuo. I lasuasa. vtaoaw w IWM Tvrumm
I -t Issa
UOUM .hi I
In the bancery Court of Memphis. Tens.
No. 1751- Kmnu J. Wrisbt, Execnirix of the
hut Will and Testament of James W. Crake,
dece ied, vs. Jostma al. ' 'iaij et aL, lajun at
law of J W tsed. H
IT apieanni, from atlidavit in this camm thrnt
the defebdanU Josana M. CTUlg, Jno. P.
Craig, Andeioii O. NeaL Walton Crsis. Albert
U. Craig, BenJ. F. Cratg. Edward Brooking an
wile Kitzabeth Brooking, Thos. U. Whlthad
and Elizabeth lus wile, v hart, lugies and foi:
Ann Ingles liis wile, Benl. O. Neal, Boot. W.
CraJ, and the htf.lrs of Priilla Kennedy wkose
caracs aud ri-sldenceM aru unknown, Jobn f
CruU, James f Williamson and Mary William
son his wife, Allen iwhce christian name
noknowrO ani wife Kate All?n, McKinny
whse christian name unknown and Mary
A n ti hi w i te, TaiiAaierro i raig, DasvUi
t whose cljr;sL:iAti nam .- is unknown and Mar
tha liiswiie, John o. NhI, Nany MrCann,
Jaiines O. Neai. tit of William O. Neal, de
ceased, ' whoa names ana residences aire
unknown), DavM Mason and Mary Mason
his wife, Benj. BJf-d-ie, Lydia Montgomeiy.
Watts Bledsoe, Edward Egletston, Olive
HsLlw. Ann hanks, Mildred Haaks, Uravta
Hanks, Geo. KgloU.u, Lowry C. i-lggltstou,
(.ieo. rutton. Miles Menoentiail ;nd Mary- Men
denhall his wife. . W. Kyle aad Tabitha
Kyle, Alice Craig, Thus. T. Wright, Eliza
W rig at, lunlel Bidso'. t. orgiana Bled.su-.
S&musl Ouig, IshIuIi Craig, Mlas 'ralg, Wil
liam Craig, Hohort Kusu Sarah Kuiaell, Mil
ton Hanks, Dorcas tiatiks. Miles M. Hicks
Jno. Ulcks,Ssm'l Hioks, Bruce Hicks Joseph
Craig, human tTtug, Jno. s. raig, tsaiiie Craig,
l.uii' ia rain, i.-wi i nuij, jHnim i.rpig. ma
line Craig, vh illiam raig, Jains 3 Peak, Jor
dan J. i i. L-iand W .:. Dudler Peak
Walton Cralfz aul I.urludii Craig his wife, Stan
ford C Faulkner and Eveline M. Faulkner his
wife, are all heir, at law of said J. W.Craig,
deased, :ad pi'rsniis in im M.rion of nronertv
of safd state who are uon-resldects or the
State ,)I inn: l isscc :
It Is therefore ordered that tbey make their
appearance herein at the Courthouse, In the
city of Memphis, Tenn., within the nrst three
days of the next term of said Court, comraenr
ing the second Monday in May, lKfiT, and plead.
answer or demur to complainant s bill, or the
same will be taken for confessed, as to them.
aud set tor hearing ex parte, auu mat a copy
of this order be published onee a week, for
roar successive weeks, in the Memphis Ar-
A copy attest :
AUGCaTON ALaSTOV, Clerk and Mastar.
By H. J. BiaACK, Deputy Clerk and Master.
Smttn A Hill, stiis. ,'er complainant.
In the Chancery Conrt of Memphis, Tenn.
T. T. Oreen. Jno. W. Ward, et al., vm, D. M.
Flits aud W. I. Fltts.
1 T appearing from affidavit In this cause
I ih:,t the defcudanls 1. M Kit is itm! W. I.
Kitta are residents or the State of MisKiMsippi
and nou-ro-Wents of the Ktate of Tenoeaisee ;
1 1 is therefore ordered that tVey make their
appear ac.ee herein, at the CourtiAOuse In tba
city of Memphis, Tenn.. on or tefore the first
Monday in May, 1A7. and plead, answer or
demur to complainant's bill, or the same will
betaken for eon'eKsed :ls to them, and set ror
hearing exparte, aud that a copy of this order
be published ouce a week, for four successive
weeks, in the Memphis Appeal.
A copy attest:
ACGUSTUN ALSTON, Clerk and Master.
By K. J. Clack, Deputy lerk and Master.
Ijogwood A Peyton, attorneys for piaiutiflh.
March 30. lt7. mbiil Lawlw
TBOSv ra.LD. BJ h. H. Dl'DLKT.
CHILD, DTJBLEY & CO
NO. 361 FRONT STREET,
Between Union and Uayoso,
MEMPHIS, :::::: TXHlflSSEK.
Special attention to all business en
trusted to us.
W boiesale Lamler in
Leaf and Manufactured
WINES, LIQUORS, ETC.,
2SO FRONT STREET,
Memphis, - - - - Tenn.
os. IM A !3s4 Exckanee Bullillns,
Front Street. MEMPHIS, TENN
V. S. DA VIM,
k. c. bki.vku:y.
S. B. HCAl MOM .
A. P. BfKHITT,
k H. ue BaVoiss
w. w. rvnu,
1 S VlIIUK
E'i "w. ThurrsK.
Hoa. J. W. LEJ.-1WI' 11
BANK OF MEMPHIS,
Office, No. 294 Main Street.
M. J. WI( President.
W. C McCLVKK, fasktfti
INSURANCE AND BANKING
Center or Jefferson aad rrent Slreeta.
S. D. McCLURE,
W. R. LUCAS, :
B. L. HAMMOCK,
; : President.
J. F. SCHEIFER & CO.,
nsnufaflnrem, and W Savlsjsusle and KXaJl Dcmlera In
SADDLERY HARDWARE AND LEATHER,
BRIDLES , HARNESS, COLLARS, WHIPS, CHAINS,
And Plantation Saddlery,
NO. 229 SECOND STREET, Jefferson Block, MEMPHIS, TEA N.
WILLIAM OBAULL. EDMUND OBOll-U O. L. DEN MON. A. H.
ORGILL BROS. fc CO.,
BOLE AGENTS III MEMPHIS KjH THE
Peoi hi, Jloline, Jetcett or Cary, Premium and
Brinley Steel JJlotr,
Milrhf M'h Pavtent C otlon St rsper., Cottan Plantra,
Marvin & Co. '8 greatly celebrated Fire and Burglar Proof Safee.
NOS. .110 AND J09 FRONT STREET,
Memphis, ::::::: TennesNee.
HOLLENBERG & OERTEL,
Architects and Builders' Supplies,
Galvanized Iron Cornices. Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Workers,
it Becuad street, aad I Union street act. Howard's saw aad siajosa street.
(1 ALYANIZED IKo.s CORMICES. M.'Ulilinc. Brarkets. Window laps, Taofca. etc saad ut
JT onJer. Meysii Ruoaag an.l On ttvriaa; a. .a al l..w rate.
Marble, Marbleized Slate and Marbleized Iron Mantles,
roostsDllT on hand al all ailuaa. FIRE OaVATEH AND BAHKKTw. a earre saaonment. Mla
loo Engilah Mosaic Flour Tile and MarMe f'luor Tile. : Plaster Paria, R.awndalv and Roman
' . iii-ni Kir Brlrk anal Soa moue ; Kure Pniap. V. i. ! ae.rn Pamis. .:; Ere .
KiiKllsh and American Rough and Pollsbl Plate (ilaw. Window i,la..s and sta.ued Ida 01 al
ftv and Brewery won; noos iieurratora anil roan lain., ma.ie to .
9toamoat w orlc Done Promptly :
Dts for hmke's Lrolsr Uaa Aparalua, for Lichrinai pabl: and
without firs by aschaiiical pro AsentA for P. Kaon
Aynts for tfoben Wood Co., rrmriy Wui a Fnvrw
Vorks aott Wire Kai..ogs. Agrnts for Badgr sOas v Yo
Grouts tor Culliloc uid Heavy Castings. Urler filiarl i
lily attaailel to as aajeats for Robert Wood A Co . of Pbli
bf niot :omple( selM-uoos of lriw;ags, PIsbbs and estimat
IMins. Gas artv
nil? Terra Cotta
phis, i rnamen(al
" ural I roii Wortca,
fork of ail kissia
an eDabWd to
lah and Railings
run lb "rn
TRANSACT sotIy a General Ran fctne. Brjt.i
um. Collect i-ius promptly atten- ed W,
and Htcks. Wo!d and s-rery dpsrrtption ct
io vera mem bevunties bouur and sold on
commissi, n u ufl .Ira
FIOPLE'S BWK OF TEWESSEE,
No. 12 Madison Street
F. W. SMITH, :
D. A. SHEPHERD,
KIPHIS lafStTBAHCE COMPANY.
OrriCE, 22 1-2 MADISON STREET.
J. J. MURl'HY, -
F. M. CASH. - -
N. & J, HOFFHEIMER,
Wholesale Dealer In
Imported and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS
Tobacco, Etc., Etc.,
Ho. 216 Front Street,
Always on hand, a large supply of
Old Bourbon and Bye Whiskies.
Also, th Celebrated
BA VARIAN BITTERS.
CH. E. PFEIFER,
General Commission Merchant.
No. 65 Common Street,
AGENT for .Smith a Band Powder Com
pany. Orange and New Orleans Rifle, Musket.
Cannon, BporUng, Dadtlng. and Mining
on haad aad for aale at No S6 Common street.
New Orleans, in BaaMuajaa ot all quantities
Also, Drop and Buck shut. Caps. etc. orders
nmrurtlv filled. unel It
Chancery Court of Memphis.
No. 1138 A.J. Wheeler, administrator of W P.
Lewis, det-'eaaeu.. va Henry Laird and others,
creditors of W. P. Lewis.
IN this cause, on motion, it la order.! by the
Court ttiat the creditors of W. P. Lewis, de
ceased, ale their . laims agaluat Ills estate, with
T.h Clerk and M:i,ter of this Co.irt.ou "r berore
the Brat Monday in Octooer, 1SS7, or be forever . . , . .
harred and that a copy of this order be pub- . tjCnerSi tOBlaallSSlSll HerCuaniS
isnea in toe ..inopcm iuwawsa assss - -
oko. stack KY. a. B. hawlkt. k. j. b. i wish.
m . u 1. iu ir'
iwi lout u;ww..r ..,.iiv. w, .
Aeopy-Atssat: a, ALSTON,
i nam-Lawlw Clerk and Mas er
Law Conrt of the City of Menipht.
J. C. Orlfflng. 8. H. Toby and Jaa u. Ogden,
romprlsiog the arm or OrlfBng, Toby a Co.,
plaintiff s, va K. W arflald, deienaant.
AiHUAVIT for attachment having been
mads In this cae In pursuance of seel Ion
iiiaof tbaCode of Tennessee, and attach incut
havlDg been issued aad rtlurned !' the proper
officer" - levied, etc.." on the propelty ot the
de.-eudanl. R. Warfield ; .
It la therelore unlered. Thai tal l defendant
appear al the Courthouse, In the city of Mem
i.h's Tenn.. on or before the seeoDd Monday
m June nxt. and d.fend this suit, er the
same all he tukeu for oonfeseed as to him and
the caae set for bearing ex parte, and that a
copy of this order he published onee a a a
foor consecative weeks in Ihe Memphis Apnea.
T ....... HiBN LS9NOVA.N, Clerk.
By Masi'N HvDK, O. C.
GROCER! I: H
WINES, LIQUORS. ETC. ,
No. 373 Front Street,
Between Coon and Madison,
Memphis, : : : Tennessee.
1. J. MURPHY, K. M. Al'PKBMiiN,
T.A.KL)N, J. C. Jell v son
Of 8 O. T A. Nelson, Of O. Vail a Co.
J. T. KRaNK. t. M. CASH.
J. T. HTRATTON. of Stratum, tsoyer a C.
rpHIS Institution u prepared to receive De
al posits, to buy nd sell Kxctir.;rp on all the
"rln.-ipal comruert-tal cities, and ui easaaal
Trafla on thiaetty au 1 all principal points lu
Ihla section. Reujitlsuces promptly i:ie-. : d
to. aaSm) M.CA.SBT. Becretary.
Insurance and Trust Company
NO. 6 MAD ISO II STREET.
R. D. QOODI.KTT,
P. H. 1JAVIK, : : :
: C ajsh ...r.
Deal ia Exchanu, Receive Deposits.
TraaaartaGrneral Baaktn: Business.
ClOLLfeCTIONS prompt y a-le-da-: to. Hold
i nd S'lver. City and Ccnniy u umata,
Oovernment Mecantie sucksaud Boli-, I n
current Meuey of every descnpllou, bought
8. D. OOODLKTr, P. H. IlAVIE.
K. P. KEI.il.
. W. TKOTrKR,
15 Court Street.
BANKS AND BANKING
CITIZEN'S UNION BANK,
No. 23 Madison Jilreel,
Chartered i.y the State of Tenneaacr,
with unuKual privilege.
P. T. HUGHES, : : Iresident.
THOS. BARRETT, : : Cashier.
jno. DONOVAUI, P. T. HUQHKS,
JNO. BL'LLOOL J. J. POWKK.1.
f. W. WICavKKSH AM.
'I'll is Bank will buy and sell Foreuro and Do
1 astir Kxchaoce, rnitasl !ate. Swurttiis.
Hia'e, couuty aud City Bond aad coupons.
Memphis and Cbarlestiin. and Memphis and
Ol.io, aempl.ii and Utile sVMrk.Mlsaae.ippi aad
Tenuesee hailnmd Bonds and Coupoi Ten-!-.-.
e, Alabarea, iteorgia. North and South
i awasawa and Southern Bank Not. Money
advanced on Cotton Bill, and Interest allowed
ou la-ptsiu rurIT ly
pbl and ( Iwirleston Kaiiroail.
ly all Kail Route ta mm lerk
11 Srsboard cms is via. Decatur. Raah-
at it Limlavi!le The Memphia and
n Kailroad will sell Throogn Tickets
Mile. Baggage Cheeked to lau;svtile.
prl-nesbelnginterrupted bythe recent
I is the only remaining rail route
rrlculara call at ortice M. a C. R. R., U
Trains leave daily at S 40 p. -a. and 7 It) am.
W. J. ROSS, Gwn'l anp V.
A. A. BAK.vas, Oeneral Ticket Agent.
T F. SLACK ALL,
JOHN U. sPitKD.
CUMHEBI'LU mi OF TE.WESSEE,
J. W. PACK, Jr., : : President.
B. K. .AETB, :::::: Cashier.
Corner Nadhen and Main Streets.
UOEb A GENERAL
Ww Albany a Indlaaaaalls K. K.,
lulumbas Indlaaapolts Central K. R
Atlantic urtai aesiern Kaiiwaj.
THIS new and already popular rout will
transport Cotton to
Jew York, Boston, Philadel
Ail Interior Manufacturing Towns.
Time quicker and rates as lows by any other
Through Bill of Lading given by
LEVY a MILi.KR, Arents.
JaIN tf No. ( Madison si reel
WINES AND LIQUORS.
1. H. EVA - ,
Importer and Wholeaal Dealer In
MALT A.D mim LMIittS,
14 XoarM m.. neaiphls, Teaa
A1S in store aad to arrive
ijisl barrels Whisky, various g-ele;
75 quarter pipe cognac Brandy ;
25 do uo Roatoe 1 do ;
(l...ll..wl an.l S..l..i.lum 1AI n -
s Ma-telra. sherry and Fori Wtnaa;
eta Piper H.ids . k -hampague;
Loudon Porter aud Scotch Al :
v casks Barkly. Perkins a Co. Porter
piuis auu iasru very nne;
i casks uuiuneas a s.,n'. Dublin Brown
stout pint, and qmwru, ;
caska JerTery s Ale ptnto ;
Sou do Vounges. -In stone jngs:
Togei her with a full slock of Oral Ala aad
Porter. French Cordial. Domestic and Havana
Sevan all of which will be roJd to lb I raits.
a prase a aery ooaipetiT.on.
H Mon roe street.
DEPOSIT AND EXCHANGE I
Coin, Vncurrent Monet
and Government Securities.
Collections rroai all totals solicited.
No. 293 Main Streot.
Wl'sonV Beard, attorneys for plaintiffs.
In the Chancery Court of Memphis. Tennessee.
No. 1725 Oullord Jone and wlf Melvina K
Win. Horton, Robert Hortou. huglne Hor
l m and Annie Horton, who me by Ihelraiep
latberand ueit iriend.GuUtord Jonen,v. Jaa.
B Sharp. Z. N. katas and J. W. Cm-ar.
TT appearing from affidavit In this cause that
the ueienuun, J. w. croean . '
KOOM NO. 1.
WE have the Abstract Books and complete
Index of the Register's Office, compiled
by IB late HEM BY A. UBSK; ana after
more than a yean' trial ot their accuracy,
and a careful experience In the business. nol
oue mistake baviug occurred ia all that lime),
we are enabled to furnish conplete deralgn
menu of title to ail
Fort Pickering, Memphia and Shelby
at the shortest notice and on th moat reasona
ble terms. tt. J. CAMPBELL a CO.,
mh2U tf Bneceasor to Bond a Campbell.
51THA5 C0B0 VI,
J. J.JI3NV, :
Ass't I ashler,
... il,. .si .im .if T.nnaUt
it is ibereior ordered, that b make his j
appearance herein, al the Courthous In the ,
cityoi Memphis. Tenn., on the nrst Monday i
tn Ms) , ana pieau, aimw.. ... w
5!ll,J.'-aY-1 and Steamboat Roofer
. .. 1,1 Loam . onv of thbi erder he published -
oT: aweek for. four eo v. we. In the W ZrZ 1?.
Memphis Appeal. aJ.tMturer of a saueraar neasaaaiin
" ' ........ -e.,- , i u , . .. v ror the araaarraaaSB Tiu atid M.tai a..-.;.
uuvi uaa grvaa sauaiav--.ua ioi r aarteen year
OFriCE-anowai coruar first aad Market
March U, VHC7 Clerk aad Mastar.
Wriabt a McKlsick, sol, for complainant.
sueets, Louurvul. Kentucky.
W. COROMNA, JOHN Dl TLINUER,
JOB. BPKCHT. C A. PAMMAN,
A. CORDS5B, JACOB WELLER,
N. HOFFHKlMfe.lt NICH FRlCCH,
H. H. METTE, K. MEYER.
J. P. HOFFM AM. ADD. HtNK r.RT,
J. J. JE3SPJY.
Collection made on alt accesmmw
pmnts in the Sonthn cst.
Eirhaage ror sale oa prlaclaal titU
of Catted States aad on all prin
cipal cities of Karoo.
Tba estate of Calvin C. Cleaves, .
A T the January terui. ImfT of the County
V. Court of Shelby County, Tennessee. lo,uall-
rled aa tbe Executrix al the will of niy ueceuaetl
hn.hu A Calvin C ClaaVM. All lha craiilrors
ot aaU astata are hereby notified to ri e their
bAiaas or demands aga'ust -aid estate with
John SonserveJl, allorney at law, corner Sec
ond and Monroe streis, Memphis, Tnn.. and
sil parties indebted to said r state are notified
to come foreran! and settle tbe sauie at once.
MAHY C. CLEAVES, txeeulrlx
of the Will of Calvin C. Cleaves, Juswel.
HROUOH Kecalpts giv.n for COTTON
Cincinnati by rail or river. Ttni.j luan
teed C"U8 sealed no ensure from Clnclnn
to New Yerk. W. JAY JOHNSON.
amuj tf tetar Wharf b I
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
CHANGE OF TIME.
On and after
Monday, November 26, 1866,
Trains will ma a fallows:
New Orleans Express.
Bates, Uie Accommodation .
akbive at a ia pars.
Maw Orleans Kxpreas faaa ska.
Batesuill Accommodation- tHA a. as.
New Orleans Kxpreas makes close connection
at Orenada for New Orleans and all points
South. A. S. UVEKM.iRE. tier- i Sup'L
s: P. lUttir. i.-n. Ticket Ant. n .1 v 2S
1 nf urination No. 163.
ITitrTKO Statss or Aautait-A, ")
bl-irKUT Coi'KT OF T IJHixkD STATB9, i
DiTicr or Whi Tbnm J
WHEREAS, MARLANP L PCRK NS, Esq.,
Attornsy of Uie Dmied states, for th
District aforesaid, has filed an Information
sieamboat Southerner, her I'ackie, Machinery
and Para i. are.
il.v l ' umong oilier things thai 'ne ai.i
stesoihoai.eu-Tnas beftxu'lred hv the MarakwJ
ni iha llnlkad Wrsts Jnr ,Q. rnstrlct afore
said, as lorlelted to the I'nited staus forth
causes in said iofomiatlon set ortb, and pray
in the usual process aad monition of the
MEGIBBEN & BROTHER,
SSI : MAIN STREET : 2S1
Memphis, : : : Tenne8se
a. VA- AKO.
A. a va.i aao.
A. VACCARO i CO.,
Import and LsaUera tn
WINfS, LIQUOBS, S20ABS,
ETC . ETC., ETC.,
324 Front Street, Memphis, Ten
court SB 'ha' behalf. ow. tuererore. ;a pursu
snce of tbe process of said Court, to me directed.
1 do hereby give public warning and notice to
all ulnar persons having or pretending to have
any Interval m said property -u. seised, thai they
: ,e aud appear before thesald Conn at the Fede
ral i ourtiootu in thaiaiy of Memphis, ou Ihestb
,.r Slav Ian?, at lu o'clock in tlu! forum, .1
that day. and show cause. If any they have or
know whv ibessJd properly hall nr.! i
lemuedor lorfeited as aforesaid.
This JHh aay ox avarcn, is..
SAM. H. JONtS,
V. & Marshal ror the District of Weal TVnn.
ISAAC w . usirriTS, Ueputy I, . a. j,.
NATHAN BRO.'S & GO.,
2(32 Second Street;
Opwoart Court Sqaare,
RHENISH I FRENCH WINES,
Foreign Fruit and Produce.
Wc caii siieui;-.:. to our .arge stoca of
Bhl.NK W I SKS. wnien w sail at lowest
agar In r out of Boud tier, or iu Boast at
We a. so seep oustauliy oa haaal:
aw aad Porter ;
Best kraads or rreorh Brand lr ;
Rve aad Kottrboa Chlskr
Sherry aad Port W lacs :
Seller's Hater, direct rroai taw Sarlara
Calirorala Wlaaa aad Braadlrs:
aeaalae Piper Heldslck (haaiBaxar:
And every concatvai.le axnele iu tla, Liqaar
hue. too numerous t- uiautiou.
Ooratoak of FOR I FaWIX AND PRO.
DCLB c.. nanus of
DRIED PBCstX aMD 'HFRRJEW;
SWISS AND UHUI Kb t 11EESK
HOLLAND HKRR1.no ,
SARDBLLEH Lf NTILa;
SPUT PEAS; BARLEY ;
UREfc.N aJcR.-s :
liEKMAN SAuu FABX3JA. ETC, ETC.
Price of Board Reduced.
ON and after tit lth Inst., th price of Day
Board at this Hons will u OSS per mouth
anu ror ttansieut tsoara om pr aa
mhl lm J. J. W
-i nr. Jim. rajuw wiu issna. In a fw days, i
X approved copy of the B.s SKRCPT T.A
passed ;d non Mth Cosupess. p.-aparl with
and Ku.es i loplsd by the -n ; rem Coart. B
the Hon. lite. Tailor, Meaner af me Bar of
tee Muprenne Court of the I'niUd "tstss
Price, free by ni. ga.
Advance atsssta, amcraricg ta Rales aut
Forms adopted. wllhaU a unssry Tilt.
will t sent free for .
No unlers a, laaSlI to nnlaas th Monay or
Postora. e Outer is enclosed.
Addresi tb PsbBBBwr, W H. MOORE
rostofBc Bos ST, Washington i uy D. C.