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TJtili. MJEAJLPJblB DAILY APPEAL.-THURSDAY, AISTTJARY SO, i70.
j r FINANCE AND TRADE. FINANCE. Omen or thk Paii.t Atpkal, ) Memphis, .ranuarv 19. 1870. The status of the Dioney market in un changed ami rates are steady. While Kx chango is reported scarce in a few in stance, in other it is reported ample, and the demand in large for all mercantile purpose. Orleans bills are in good demand, as large shipments of sugar and molasses are arrivi ag from that market. Cotton bills come in steadily and are taken at discount, while the cli. rking rite Is linn at V discount on ali points J last. Tuer is some inquiry for City Bonds as veil as for other Southern securities, but the market is bare. City Scrip is firm and in good demand at 7- buying. Selling at tsi(a.sac to tax payers. Countv Warrants are scarce and taken at 73(3. 76c by dealer, who sell at 78fa4)0e, j as to amount. The passage of the bill relieving onr j merchants of the privilege tax, under I which they have so long labored, was the cause of much rejoicing in business cir cles to-dav. The Convention now in ses sion will probably make it out of the power of future legislatures to lay a special tax on any industry. We hope t hat such may be the case. The wires are as yet not working stead- I .hi i, ii t.i ut.l koitr tr Aav un )l '.ill -.' . . . .. - onlv riMved" the onetime iiuotations 0f Blocks and bonds. Our nuunigbt dis patches will no doubt give later advices. The estimated amount of Government bonds in the country at the present time is about S-i.OOO.nOG less than oue year ago. Tli outstanding bonds of the Gov ernment are, in roand numbers, Ki,ltV 00,000. of which l ,000,000,000 have been taken by Europeui capitalists; while fS05,OuO,000 are registered issues, and 175, (fXl.000 auiall bonis scattered over the country. All the various financial measures be fore Congress are in favor of an increase of the National Rink facilities. The bill of Senatpr Shermat. is regarded as most important, aa reflecting the views of the Finance Commitux'. They have as yet Oierted but little influence on the various markets, aa important modifications are likely to be made to them before Ujeir linal passage. While tte sabjeet of interest la receiv ing a good deal of attention in thU State, it may not be amiss to give the legal and ocmrentional rate current in the several States, wnich is believed to be as follows: i-r'i: Rpe. Rale by ipecial mntTOtt Alabama. Arfcanaas. a lfurnta.. Connectlm L.rida . QeaaajBV Indiana IlliuoU l-wa Kansas Kentucky Loaislaiia .Maine Mur.la: i . Mamacbui Mask gau . MluuesiLi Mlssiulppi Mi omi at ( W r, tit et 7t 61 6 lit lut 6 5! i 01 k T 7k Oi 6b 11) M 6b IV 6 b 7i 6 is n Hit any rauagretsi upon. 1M 1IM UK any rale agreed upon. m lu. auy raleagr0 upon. rw 1 uTk. N t aio.iua hlo OI'uQ l-ri.usylvant iibod. Islau. H. nulllla 'lenues-see ... 'Ictus Venue Vjifciuia VV lai.susln ... sn late Bjpaai upon li. 12. Trciasursr sjpinnur, in a recent letter, M I 'U'ilhin the last inofitiM ibe natioi duced by S.iis,tL:, r cent, of Ibe. w hi uur years ami four ai dei't has laen re lb, la-iikfe- over eleven le HMWaV Jt pay n witn an accelerated seven lnouths, from Htb in-'t:s.e. the re- .iii lin has Uaii t.io.t-..' ' rate f vciy nearly flwi.W, until. tur "legal telider pais ,:s-iiiig lue ettta-ta of this Tl tutie was worth ..I a time i !bMrty-rive i-enta on the dol ri-j la v-.ii.i up to that time lie tbortli aeventy-two is-nls, a the cioxa of the year ltsua, 'urther reduction if ilsvoluui g at l lie jht an lonev is kiud ol L onlv It halt lsoa, to it bad at out anv dvanceal lo eight v-thn cent tn the dollar in coin. Man of our ablest iiuanirrs believe that wilhout anv legialative iuterfereni, it jvill in a short tiuio come up to the par of dd. I'nleas the volume of our paper Mbouey is in some way considerably in- reased this result will s.su be reai hed. XiTTN. Our market has been f fir,u w,tl1 tonsiJerabie activity. Tb h-""o line grades is unabated and eSMMI M tilled, and holders are careleaa about sSl inK without they eau got full figures, while low or inferior grades are rather dull, and probably fraction weaker. Theday'e sales wore aa follows: 4 Good Middlings 25 Kc; () Strict and Good Mid dlings 2554c: SO frlricl MiddliiiK -X(a 25c; KH Middlings i4.V,c; 18 do. 242-1 j'c; 119 Low Middling 23r$24c; 461 Good Ordinary 2LlJ4(2yc; 28 Ordinary and Good Ordinary iSc; 243 Ordinary 2122c; a few bales inferior lt(9lUc: 19 stained 2J 2Sc; 11 mixed 'Sic. Total sale l:3 bales. COTTON BT AT M K NT. Chaxbkhof C'OMMBHTE, ) M km phis. January 19, 1670. j Hto on band Sept. 1, lstS.. 94 w,. s-ed to-day 842 Keoe.veJ prevlou! 158,il-15i.,343 i r Total Shipped to-day 5" Shippe-1 previously IJh.iW- 15,2:7 -n9,:M7 19,690 Stock on hand at noon to-day BIU-EIPT8. Vleiuphis and Charleston R. R. Missisaippi and lenuesaiee R. R Memphis aud Ohei K. R eiieauMirs Wagons, est MXPOKTS. Memphis 4 Charleston R. R Memphis aud Oh .o R. R vm 21'. 187 170 M 101 Ml COTTON JS SS1W YOkH. January li, 10:25 a.m. Cotton dull and unchanged; Ordinary 21S: Good Ordi nary 24c; Lo' Middlings 24c; Up land 25J,c; Good 25c; Mobile 254o; Or leana 2 o. 18 m. Cotton quiet and weak. j;;5 p. in. Cottt u quiet aud weak ; salee 1500 raJs, and 10(0 for February at 2454 c; Maiub iixic Oriinary UA-; Good Onli uary 24J-iC; Low Middlings 21o; Up Uauls 255si;; God tUi Mobile fajfej Os- leau2 11. J:44 p.ut. Cotton closes wenk, dull aud unchanged in pri'Ms; sales to spinners 'bales; speculation 29U bales; export 12.1 baie; tranut 500 bales; oouLract 1159 aa follows: January 24c; February 2r.u; March iiSJi.0. '.oirOK i CRLEaX. Januiry 19, i:i5 p,m. Cotton demand active j-. , adrauceJ Middlings HMflWstl. aatoa 10,W bales. OOTMM IS LlVKIH'OOI.. January 19, 11:15 a.m. Cotton steady ; .".Tlauds UKd; Orleans ll.Jgd. 'Jf p m. Cotton steady; I'planda ... . , 'an.- 11". I; sales 15,000 balos, of ii ..i: tn. 7 . which 6000 w.'re "ia yesterday. I P m.-t ott.m :ry- aales 15,000 bales; for export and spec."00. ; prices unchanged. TRADE. W e have no cliange to refiort in the gen eral markets to-day. Business is mode rately active except in dry goods. In this branch of trade.there is very little doing, owing to the overstocked condition of the entire Southwest. The flour mar ket ie not well supplied, and holders are firmer than at iuv tiuio for some weeka buck. Bulk meats are some firmer, but the demand ii only of a light jobbing character, while the stocks on hand are amall to what they usually areal this sea son. Slireveport, La., has received 48,585 bales of cotton this season, and has a .stock on baud of 9013 bales. Low mid dling sold last week at 18c, specie. Saahville has received 22.G69 bales of cotton this season. The stock on hand ia 340ft bales. We agre wli en of oar Kaatsrn x- changes in thinking that a tair suivey of i the eomhiioii ol the country appears to warrant the exjK-ctation of a steady, pro--! perous limit in ISTti. The abundant I crops of this year should certainly lay : the basis of an improved trade. Tho gra n crops have been such a to reduce the .rices of floor to alout the figures of 181 0. The wool crop has been so abundant as to reduce the value of that staple, to about ante-war prices. These tendon ies toward a natural decline in prices may not appear i very flattering to surface observers in- deeif to the inverted vision ol some they afford the basis of prophesies of disaster l,ut they are really the condition pre cedent to a sounder condition of industry ami trade, anil are evidence of a national pain in production over consumption, nd n consequent recovery oi stocks of nroducts in the various markets. The I great value of the cotton crop must prove an important stimulus to business. The I exports of cotton are likely to realize ! about 170,000,000 in gold; and it may be farther shown, upon that basis, that the ' whole crop will realize for the South about ! fcNuXiti.ui'O in gold. Tho immense value of this one crop, far exceeding all prece dent, may be reasonably expected to in duce an unusually active business fes tween the North and the South. The West has been somewhat backward in its settlements with tho K.ast, owing partly to the low prices realized on its crops, and partly to the holding back of produce. There is, however, still a large amount of train in the hands of farmers, fullv guar- Rr" . . . anteeing the ability of mat section to meet its engagements and to buy mode rately for the spring trade. The wool trade at Sew York during the past year was much larger than that of 186. Much of the wool was oi the coarser descriptions, suitable for carpet and t iu,,,. ,. thoro In clothing ools there blanket making was but little business, and prices of do mestic ranged too low to admit compe tition. The stock in first hands was kept small, ami many cargoes were taken on manufacturers account. At present man ufacturers and dealers have small slocks, and the market indicates lirmnesa with an upward tendency. Sales last week aggregated 200.UOO pounds, at prices rang ing from 7 J.5-C. Ill Bol"l. some beavv manufacturers have been oporatiug, and sales last week would foot up over a mil lion of pounds. Domestic combing wools were very scarce, and there was a buyer for alnicat every fleece. Delaines were also scarce and met ready sale. The edi tor of the LaCrosse Wis. L ider has re nf Ha. tnrlir visited the wool?n mills cine, and saya "these mills do the finest work in the West, and S idle they turn out some caasimeres and hoavy goods, their speciality is shawls shawls of such fineness of texture, brilliancy of color, richness of appearance, and elegance of ( design, that they are unable to supply tl I demand. As we looked at these elegdLt shawls, in every tft of minufacture, j I from the wool itself, lo 'h3 wuished, lus- ' ' Irons irariiieut. whioli Wu&id tbake beauty mors beautiful, and lend an addeC ; charm to charming weaeri, we wished j we were rich enough to buy one for all ' the good girls iu Wisconsin."' Baooisg Frtcea are steady and stocks light. India MJ(Sfce; heavy Kentucky j ilQyil'i Iron Ties OyoHo. BTMM White mixed per bushel. BfTTKH Choice roll and tub is steady ; at SifjjiSuo; good lo common, ivy 30o. BKOoMa a.nu BKooJicoKN Brooms are ' steady at Ko pwr doacu. Uroomcorn i iViaiuU per toe, as i.icure and condition. Btii.UKKs' Matichiai. LouUiile C 1 ment $a irK3i2 oO; Roaeudaln ?. Haster fi 5b(o 00. Uair, in 10 lb biles, 5- 753. i Fire brick Building brick S per M. QMi Hiver UM H P, r -Alabama i bu per car loail. tirulers' Ala j bama Z. CaK- fi. Corn mk.vl The demand is light at $4 75 in lots: Jfj in a jobbing way; short weight st :.:..u 40. I CoytKE There is no change to note. Hio lfc(a,ii. . OMM Yams Ko. 4O0, 22c; 500, 20c; , l!ic; 700, 16c. mmmm Factory 19c. W. R. 18c K. D. l!ic Market steady. Cotton: MRP Keis-ipts iM heavy. We quote at $10 on laudii-bj, buyer turuishing : sacks. Motes, l(a,4c per lb. Fish Mackerel No. 1, bbls $24(&$2v: X, bbls $12 50C1 M; iii. 2, in bbls$17 50; H do lis 75No. 1, kits 2 903; No. I dofci oia4-2-; No. 3, 1 WaeSi White tish, M bbls, ;;i 50. Sardines fl! o0(19 per case for quarters ;.32((v33 for halvea. Fresh Lake Fish lue pw U). Fkkii The market is weii stookej with Corn and prioea are jcenerally firm at atfgi 90e for Choice White, data are rather scarce at hoc, and Seed I ts are held at 7oc. Bru is PpMM and selling at $27(j28 per ton. Uay is tiuU at t2(27. Cooked cot ' lonseed mea!, 2J per to. Oamk asd p0rJ.tT Chickenji are! firm at 75(aio 00. Turkey '4 18. Geese 7s. Docks $1 5K4 00. ! : Dressed Turkeys 17a20c af lb. Venison i '312c WUd Turkeys per doaep. ' Wild Ducks $2 5o3 ou. Kear meat dull i at 12k13c Unaila (2 25a,2 50. S-iuirrels ' 1 50&1 75. Rabbits 2 50u3. Gosiks Good seconds 1817c, and I scarce. Hiueh Market quiet and firm. Dry j , Flint 17c; Dry Salt 14c; Green do. 8fVj,'; -. Green 3(7o. Tallow 9c. Beeswax Swj j fe33c. I.. . The demand is rather Ught, and prioea range from 2V;Mo. Flocb There Is some better demand for choice grades and the stock of all kinds is muoh reduced. Prices are j generally firm. Super, 4 50Xg(5 00; X, 5 255 60; XX, 5 75fo 25; XXX and Fancy fo 75. l-o. the latter figuro being retail rates. Buckwheat, ka 25ai 8 50. Farii AU kinds are quiet and stocks j ample. Apples sell at $2 50foj4 60 per bbl; I Driest Apples, 7c; Dried Peaches 8g.9c ' and dull; Peeled do., ll14c; Currant lbc; Prunes 18; Leassons 8 50uj9 per box: Oranges S5&8 per bbl ; Crauberries, $1011 per bbl. Live hTctk The market Is bare of all j kinds of stock and price are firm; choice are held at gross; medium ! '-.. gross. Hogs SKlOe gross, and scarce, tsbeep, are also scarce and price are nom inal. MUk Cows, iMX&&J per head. Work Oxen, 7olOu per yoke. Moi-assfc Stocks are fair and prices ; Urm. Prime to choice lAiuisiaua, 65Qj)80c; Syrups 9oc(3,H 10. Naval Stokes Tar, lu keg, p 25 to 5 75 for Pine; iu 40 gallon bbls, 8 to 10; 1 : Pitch fo per bbl; Oakum Jo to o j.ei bale. 2a ails Fair demand at y. 906, ratee. ' t rs- I'e. aus are in light demand at i loc for Arkansas and Loutsiona, aud 18c i for Texas. Peanuts are G.VVo. Oils Coal, io'iic; Linseed raw, 51 19; 1 do. boiled, 1 1S1 20: latrd, M 551 00; Lubricating Coal Oil, fc55c; Train Oil, tl 25(1 30. PvTbtu-Riflo per keg o 50; blasting, I $i SO " Pkoucce Peacbblow Potatoes $2a,2 M in lots, and $2 25 iu a small way; Rnssets U 252 50; Pinkeyes $i 50. Oniouti $3 75 ' (g,4 25, per barrel. Cabbages in fair de- ; mand at 5t8c per head. Turnips 50c pur bushel. Sweet Potatoes scarce at 1 75&2 per bushel. Pboviatoxs Tho hUMik. is light and ' prices arc firmer. Mess Pork 29. Clear ; Bulk Sides Pie. Shoulders 12c. S. i 0. Uauis 21(i22He. Lard in tierces 17(u. 17ic; kegs 1818Jic, Fresh Dressed pork nvsi2Sc. aA- 'in stock is largu and prices lower; -so '4 ' rels - ' delivered from first hands. Scoab-s The market is siead..'. . Common Louisiana, lO'-illc; Fair to good fair, loUc; Fully , fair, 12sil:(c; Prime, Vij, ssffS; Choice, i ..' Yellow clarified ! H'fOflbc; White clarified, 144'3il5c. Spirits Demand light, and market , weak. Common Whisky 76c to fl 00; Proof 1 26 to 1 36. SACBiutaauT Selling at $St10 per bbl. Stabch 5H3i8c per lb. Soap Mottled 9K(10ic; yellow : ,i aomiaon 97c. : T Tobacco Prime. natural leaf, light pressed, -7 .jl 10; line fancy Va. D0eSi flue bright poundsf RKiJOc; medium ; (right pounds, 70: common bright J pounds, tig&Ttic; medium bright half: pounds, sound, CtfaTOe; smoking, line and fancy, i0lc; medium and common, iVij,50c. SPECIAL NOTICES. Health's Best Defense.--" The weak eat- eth herbs," says ft. Paul, so that eighteen hundred yearn ago the value of medicinal plants was appreciated. In the Old Testa ment botanical remedies are repeatedly re commended, but in no passage of sacred his tory Is man reconinendcd to swallow calo mel or blue-pill, or any other mineral prepa ration. The sli k wi-.i directed to eat herbs to strengthen them, to purify them, to heal them, to restore them. In that day the nrtol making vegetable extracts was unknown. The herbal medicines ww-sraere infusions. It was reserved lor a later eg- to unite the J" me jJJJJ aences ot tonl-?, ajH-rlenl and aun ts, barks ami plants, Willi an ac lant, and thus score their rapid diffusion through the i.MOiiitated or usor ilered system. The crowding triumph of (his enVetlve mode of concentrating and apply ing the virtues of mcdtrtnal vegetables ww achieved In the production of Hosteller's stomach Itinera. Never before had a per Ifctlv pure alcoholic stimulant been cnm- binisl with the expressed juices ot the finest specifics of the vegetable kingdom. ever !aps.-(J ?stora- yet, though eighteen year- at K 11 unhealthy exhalations that prtaiuce debility or beet disease; as a renieily for lnterinit tent and other malarious fevers; as an ai'P tizer; as a sovereign cure lor dyspepsia; as a general tonic and inviorant; as a gentle, palnies aprrient; as a blond depurent; as a nervine; ss a cure lor b.lious aitecilous; as a harmless anodyne; and a- the hkst de kense of health under u uiavorshie draws stani'ts, sueh aa sedentary pursuit, undue bodily or mental exeition, Uarib-liip, priva tion and exposure. A Humbug How Often we Hear this expression from persons reading ail- verttsenients of Patent Medicli.e., anu ,u nlrp C!iWH, out ot- tntJ. InllT be right. It Is over 22 years since 1 introduced Dr. Tobias Venetian liniment to tlif public I bad no money to advertise it so I left I! lor aie with a few dixgvtsls and storekeepers tlirou.h a m.ll section nf tlie country, many taking It with groat rrlnct anee; b it 1 toid them to let any one have it, and If It did uot do a 1 I staled ou my pam phlet, no one need pay lor it. In some stores two or three lsttles were taken on trial by persous present. 1 was, by many, inougLt crazy, and tnai woold be the last ibey would I see ot me. But I knew my medicine was uj j humbug. In about 'wo mouth. 1 began to ; receive orders tor mora Liniment, some call- log it my valuable Liniment, who had re- luseri to sign a ieotipi wiitu I ie;s. it at their store. Now my -alr-s are illtiatu of U tiles yearly, and all for cu I warrant it -ri-.r to any other inedtcine tor ibe cure of Croup, Diarrhoea, lysouiery I oltc, Vomit ing, siuasms, and "sa- jknesa, ea an Internal remedy- it is perfectly icui lo lake in ternally see oatu accompany lu i-ac.i but tle and externally rr.r. a oDiC ivaeum Usui hit Hl;iri:ii. iluiuos. ri"ta Iwt. Uru.ae-,. ' fpraln, vid orei-, Swellings, Soro Turoats, : a a tn Price SO couta. 8oid by th UruiSUt-.IWpot , lu, l'arlc r"iaoe, X. 1. jaU ! ASTOUNDING REVELATIONS. Two solentiB ' publiuiiiotis ara in the Bald against the halrdveao: waiti irad la the ba sis. The - New York Mi dle l Gazette" and Ihe Journal of Chemistry " bitterly de n' Unee them. Tet the hair may b safely dyed. Have yon seen Pro:. Cnilton's Testimony, " foasded on a caratul analysis, and oertifylnz tht Cristadoro's Excelsior Hatr 54 i. . - - a , ....I.,. - ,h ii. I the eolor ol the La:r. but UNSiVISU ArE? Christadoio's Hah l'ieorative. as a PreKa ing, acts like a cbariu on lue Hair iur Lye lng. Try U. JaUdw Baidtckr's Hair lh. Tbls spleiidTd Hair Dye ia the beat In the woi :d ; the .uly true and ! perfect Die; harmless, reliable Install tii- BI-AOK Or BKOW'.N. OO Per turn era; and prp? B'JOTS ANU SHOES. ABOUT BOOTS. BH)Ts orig: l ' '.i stiiaiB s'.reet "Leastways 1 the bi i N-w Vorkers swat All bat the Maekerel U Tuev swear only by lh. The Maekeri Is i.: Mi lii boots they can't Ret I Iieir Boots e I two k. Tile boh-j IM 1 lie v-'hol The holey are iu ,i laape Theothers, with i dl sa The others aie louud al at all the .od. ... . 'ater; oi Castor Oii, ie. LEVETT'S. Levett Is tho hv.sil man of Vest Tenness e. ! He came lo Metnplii-. iu Boots at a very early .. He knows a Boot as soon as be gets his oye I on it. He wili sell vou Hoots all day long and I never wink. He will sell at tho lowest prices. He will sell ihe bust ioods. He Mill always deal faiily. If you do not beliefs U, Try him. 336 MAIN ST. Jas LUMBER. LATHS AND SHM4GLES. LUMBER YARD and SAW MILL I THE oldest Yard In Memrh!s; establlahed in 1M7. With a fn'i stock of l'jts, sea- I soned and dressed lumber on yard, are pre pared to furnish aLy quantity sod dimen sions of cvpi'css or poplar, al short notice. A afM stsek of Doors. Blinds and Mush, glased oruugltied; LatLs, htuglea. t'edar Fouc piaits, 1'lne and Poplar l-:oorlns;, alvays ou hand. Our motto la. quick salt and small profits. M.F..4J. W. OOOsOU M, Office and Yard ral of WaMiiujjlou St., aidw Sea rver HAIR RESTORATIVE. A New Discovery!! Phalo 'V ITALIA J Salvaifion for the Hair. CLEAR ABATER! 1THOBSEDr!ENT : I Ol'ENTWJ'HE LIGHT '. For Restorim io Gra fair lis Original Cole Ph.m osVN iTALLrdifters ut terly t'rom all thanuir coloring leretororc useu. sweet smelling, It is W. . j j i: precollates no muuuyur umj niaer,requirti nu Jiiaji.iu,iut- Djrk no stam to the skin. rloiO i, it t' he lisht and it is clear and clou . It leaves no mark on ; yet it reproduces in the gray haTHiinatural color th?.t rime or siCKTresa may way bleached out oi it. t"Phalon's Vital!: is for one sole purposeyfiat oi reproducmg.with absaflite cer tainty, the naturamor oi Jir hair It is no!f?itended as a daily dressi scurt or Sffndrurt: nor lor cu rinrr b; ss; nor for stimula- ting e growth of the hair. The objects may be accom- plish aiter the color has been fixed )on's rator. iththe Vitalia,by Pha- emicai nair invizo- The ViTALTit a harmlesi and unequaled prepVaticn for the reproduction of lie origi nal hue dt gray hair,aid goth ing else. This is accoiiplished in from two to ten aapiications, according to thedafpth ot shade required. Sstroyall druggists. 8r We have provided mlicu with it full htock of Plantation Supplies which, to the trade, we are offering at great inducements. Anions' which may be found the following: 900 dozen Planter's Hoes, 110 dozen Blind Bridles, 280 dozen Hames. 230 dozen Hogskin Cellars, -1,200 coils Cotton and Grass Plow Line, 5.000 pairs Tracechains 75 dozen Single and Double Trees, 125 dozen Back Bands, 140,000 pounds Hollowware Castings, 600 dozen Axes. Sole Agent? in Memphis for the Brinley Separate Share & Urie Steel Plows, Owners of the Mitchels Patent ; also, the Teagues Patent Cotton Scrapers, A full Stock of Hardware and Agricultural implements in store. 0RGILL BROS. & CO., CORNER MONROE AND FRONT STREETS. MEMPHIS. TENN. LEGAL NOTICES. KT SALE OF LAND-Jauua- riofNTV eul ry Term. 1M70. I .1 '.'....-:.; M.irv Woocls vs l,eorul:i, IVv- ra and Martha Hamner Petition for salo of land. Under and by virtue of nn order of rKftle, made In the aboveentltled can-eat the Jan uary term, I87, of the 1 IMBMJT I ourt or Mhel hy county, Tennessee, I will proceed to sell, al hiMIii auction, before the courthouse door, in the city of Memphis, on MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 1870, Between the hours of lft o'clock a.m..and4 p.m., the following described tract of land, containing one hundred and five Iftli ncrea, lying In the eleven' h surveyor's district of s.heloy county, and .state of Tennessee, on in south side of Wolf river: Beginninu at a stake with post-oak pointer, in fie north West corner ot a two nasrM acre tract entered in the name of Win Law rence: thence south 9 chains and 30 links to M ke with an elm pointer: thence West i chains and 41 links to a stake with white-oak and swetgnm pointers; thence south U chains anu 70 links to a stake with two red- ak pointers: tlience east is chains and 41 in ks to a stake wlih sweet ran poiuter theuce north lu chains to a stake with gum an1 elm pointers; thence west 35 chains to Ihe beginning. Terms of ai Onc-thtisl cash; bsl ince, 011 : rn-iii. of one and two years, with Interest; purchaser executing notes, with appr.ivedse ciri'y. a lien being retained on the land lor 1 he deferred payment. JOHN LOAGCE, Clerk. By BaHVARorcM., Iwpnty Clerk. Jalj CHANCERY SALE ON TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 8. !370. HarrLson Irry, Adm'r, ete.) va. No. 2U1S Chancery Court Sarah A. Wllliami ot al.l of Mfmphia. b1 Y v!r:u" of !utTl.cutory d.ereo In tliia nana. I veil; "ell at nub tcaiief.on. to tt:e 1. 1 'heat biildcr. In the town ol oll:erviil. hrloy roumy, Tencesai-e, niTUEsUAY. the fc, .1 ....... L- I.. .... v- :; iti. .. i.ian.i . o.. cr.b.-,! P.. a! I .-a.-ue, to wit: lylna nd iieinit iu the county or RMIqr, ami Siaf a of TtinHKee, N'.ni! i he aat half of a :r:u t of lane. eonvCTeU bv Jo-oh Hiiaoe lo Tboma N. Willlaius and (ir- aa K. Wlllla-ns, I by need dated t.tn day or iecemr.;r. la-i, n.! recorded In tiie RagMtSrtl Otllee of Shirlby couuty. book a. paae iji. which ald tract con tainrii 2Sf acrr. aaii the eaat half u aaid tract was allotted to Haid rhomaa B. WU IImoa. and aoatalaa lii.tT j acres, more or lees, and la bouude i aa iollowi: lieglnnlug at a Nt'.fee :it the nonbeat oruer of wild trot; running theuce. Houtbwardly - polea, more or 'ens to a take at the noutheast cor ner of said tract; thence wt'-d &j poles to the southeast comer of the west ball ot said original trct; theme north with the east line of he (ren Williams trait -".( po'cand in lir.k- to a stake; ihence east 'M poitjs to the beaoiiii'itc Also, the west half of snid acre tract. bMinttlttl at the southwest comer of said ortglua! tract of !.i al I Stake Wl'.tl While- I ... i.'f -outheaat I . ".nee aorta with s' at noi'S to a stake; theuce south tim.ioili I oas ana reaaa eoriM of Txlle.v'a Ts.; ley's line and ot th- nce eimt IM pol 'iie middle of tlie Wan tract IE. poles and wi-st m ; tolea 10 I btr 'iiiiilun. ia--'ii.- Uaniediately west ui 08"t of the inly or Memphis, known and de I aojilului; the hist deaanbedtroot. ' htiiated on the clan of subdivision oi A. J. rjore the day of saie theae two IracLs will ' Haysaa lot No. five sj. frtji.tiuir Patton v.- be sab-dirided and laid off into lota, and i HiT.-ulsJ.nale. Terius of hals-Jm-thrd CASII. bale. re o i a credit of one ana two years, notes witu curf.y takeu b'-artim 1 : teiest, aud lieu re tained till payment of the purehase money. A. AL.SXUN, Bl." (Herk and M aster. Aiiministrator's Wotice. T AV1NJ tiled Mi m Coonty sirutor oi 1 wiil ap- .'oeit my m i i lenient as au the eslale ol . ii. rS'.out. deeet nly for confirmation 01 tlie sanie at tin- neat February Term, 1K74), of aaid Court. All Hr sona inierested may attend and enter their objections, if any Ibey have. CriAULES srul T. IJeceiober .il. !". jal ftDMIWISTRATIOJJ NOTICE. IETTrKlt'S or silmlnsilnllm upon Hie e t tateof.lohn W. Karris, deceased, having been 1 ! ll to me, nil persons having irtiins seainsi said estate are nolifled that thev must srmsal their claims within the tlii.V oiescrilel by law, or they will he lorev er oaieC. All persons indebtisl to airid ea tate must make lisiaslifn ssttfaoaant. Biown Lyles Brown, AtSorneyk ja 14-law4w JH N 1 uoF, Adm'r. Attachment Suit. Slate of Tennessee Shelby county. Before Thomas B. Mhatt, Justice of the Peace In and lor said n.uutv. Davis Bangh vs. P. S. Harrell. FH1"AV1T haMng been made and bond given as required by law, and attach ment having been Issntsi ud returned before in., levied, etc.. iii the properly of defend ant, and defendant not to be louud lujny county: It Is therefore ordered. That the said de fcndani .ij iicai before n,e, si luyotDoe, In lue I ci:y of Memphis, Shelby county, Tcnncsse", I on the 41 h ilav i l-ebruary, 1S7U. al lu o'clock a.m.. and maKe defense lo said suit, or the I same will li tticsl exparte: and that a copy be published In tho Memphis of this nonce Antiest lor ionr successive week KsttNk B. MYNA'rr, r. p. Jan-iary 5, lCTO jab TRUSTEES SALE. RY Ylrtun of a Deed of Trust executed to me on tho 7th day of May. lens, by James i K bale1, now cl aeU., !tni duly rwDiili-.l iu Shelby county, Teu- WM4 rJU, nnd fibr . i ' Hecurtxl jiibtxl, X will, ou n?!, in Kouk 14, tlta jtarpot.; or my Saturday, 5th of Feoruary, 1870, Itotw on the hours of lOo'clook a.m. and 12 o'cli ok m.. In froat ol tlie ofBc uf Kortrwht & CrHt No. 1 HouUi Court -lre?t. in Uiecity of .Memphis, m II, nt publlo Huotijn, to tsM l.gbi.t bidder, for cnnh. tli loilowIu real stii:' conV'-vetJ by HHd Trust Itd. Hitnuie in belrhy ouuty, TpnaMSe, and fleftcribtHl um fohow-, to-iti iifiun lop ouj., t;yo, t brte, four, Uvo, fl;ton, aud h Vftitoeu. in Block Hlght(H), in tht- townui Fori Pickering, iu said siielbv coautv. All qaityof rwiismp tftOM Is waived bj said Trust Ued. Tbe tliit; 1b believed to be good, but 1 811 and oouvy ouly aa Trntte. Jh7 THOMAKfl. Sf'AKPTlOTTfiH. Trustee. Administrators Notics. VOTTCE is hereby given that letter of j dinlr.ltrat!on ou the estate of Win. i Bnn.;i bn: . . . i:-.-i, been gran led I to ille Mltersignf.' all BSBSOttS llldebiuil to ' the aaid eMtat4 will m&ko iinmediale stiii--i BMsit, and all persoua having demauda ngu:.,si aiii.i efcuiLe win jirecin iiiein, inop- e.iy aatbsattaaaao, for bummbos within the time nisaiillllliil by law, or tbey wl'i oe for ever barred. FKKU. bAlTLK. Adiu'r of Katnle ol Win. Battle, dee'd, Wyihe Uepol. JaO Attachment Sujt. Law Court ol Memphis Pnrtee, Burlnon Co., I'lululitf", vaU.W. KiiMeile, Deleudant. ..: ,.r. - r.. I leceui ber 4i, IHOO. VFFII'AVIT or attachment having been made In this eeae in pursuance of secilou :mfi in the Code of Tennessee, and sttThmenl . ... been d und icturued iy ihe ui uper offlcr " levied, etc., on the ur r .t. A.I k . Va' li.Ull... T party It h thereiore ordeied. That said defendant Hppofcr al the Courlhouau, In the city of Mem pliiK. TeDu., on or before the aecouJ Monday in February next, and defend i hla uit. oi-1 he Hame will be taken lor coniesaed aetoulru and Lbs saaasal "-r iieai ingexparle; and that a Oupy ot this Older bo published oure a wei It. for tour oourecuLve weeks, ;u the Mtniphla jttSn ALFRKD M ATTHI AS, Clerk. Clapp. Vance Au.ie.auu, Attorneys for FlaiulinV. kOTiCt Tli CREDITORS. So. 025LN.R. In Uic chancery Court of Mcm phla. Ten ueaaeo. kuii A. .pleer, Executor of H. C. Morton, dee'd, vh. J.B. Sharpe, et al. IN this cause, ou the 23d day of lecember, lsiia, an order waa enier.d, directing pub IK ation to be made lur all peraons Interested ' in the estate of ti. C Horton, dee'd, to come forward, exhibit their demands, and have themselves made parties to the bill In this ! siilt.eu).; siau, tiiii.lnluc all persona claim i lug to be creditors ol a.rid estaui from insti tuting aulls at law upon tln ir demanda: I It is therefore ordered. That ali. such j PAJiTiks make their appearance herein, at ! the courthouse. In tbe city of Memphis, i Tenn on or before the Orat Monday lu March, far, and file -utl eatabuab ihelr : elalaos as aforesaid, iurcirdlng to law, or tue same will be barred and the cause procei tied ii-M , Hti.ui I. : and th.-Li a cony of this order be published once a week, for four aucossslve I weeka, lu tlie Meuiphis Appeal. A copy attest. , A COUBTON ALSTON, Clerk and Master. I i B B. J. Kt.ACk, Deputy Clerk and Muster, j tiles Jackson. Sollsltora lor Coinplaiu ' ant. de2 NOTICE. ! DUtrlct of West Tennessee, In Bankruptcy. I At Memphis, Tenu., 15th day oi January, 1S70. ! The undersigued hereby give notice of his appointment as Assignees of M. I. Hlx, of Lscirauge. Kayette county, and State of Ten nessee, within said Dni.-ict, who bos been adjudged a bankrupt, upou his own petition, by the Lilt U let Court ol said Lntriet. 1 Jala O. U'MLLiKUw, Assign. TRANSPORTATION. QUICK TIME EAST LJ Louisville Route Always Ahead SUMMER SCHEDULE, Commencing May 2, 1869. DOUBLE 0A2LY THROUGH TRAINS WILL BUN AS rOLXOWS N TBI Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line: Leave Memphis (city t.lme)4:00 a.m. '2:45 p.m. Morning train from Memphis does not run on Muuday. Leave Memphis, city t!ne, Mt.m. 2-4Sn.m. Arrive at Naashville 11:45 p.m. 5:iAia.m. Sleeping Cars on Evening Train from Mem phis to Louisville and Memphis to Nashville, Through Tickets at Reduced Rates Cache procured at theCompany'somceJSl? 1-2 Main :rit't. and at Depot, head of Main st. Mb i;l:;:iue I hecKed at Depot, or hy the MemphiB City Transfer Company; at Hotels. lotels, to all rrivaie ries:uences, or on noara noata nriueipai polnU East ami North. KAM. B. JOKE8, 8upt. vi.t. Hovill. PsKuenaer Agent. soUi SHERIFF'S SALE. ShenfTs Sale of Real Estate. BY Tlrrue of n bISm exi-cntlon to me dl rtrcLd .-in the teuj'it-me onrt of the Hlate ol TeuDeHee, in cave of K. F Pin- man and W. ti. rtumau purtnera ha Plitiuan A Brother, tueainst W. L. Stewart ftuH M. l. L. stwar, partner4 as W. L Mwarttt Brother. lsbueI on ajnitm-nt rendered In ajil 'or 1 thn Uth day of Hay. i.vr-. tor the sum ot 00.; t3. confirming a judgment or tue Law ' ourt of M tnptnH, renuertMi ti'e 20:h uay of March, lf7, in laror of aid pIUntitT-i airainwt HHid dt-fendnta, wi:h !.. : nd contw. and to Nuid exacutiou, Court coaia, etc. I will. On Saturday, February 12, 1870, ruirinfr Itnl hours of sale, in front of the Hheritrs office, ou df ootid street, in MempoJ, Tennessee, eil. to th biijheat bidder, tor cawh, the following decribi-d ral aatatfl, -It-UAUd in ibe county o: hhelby, tst.ite oi Ten-ueKtt-e, delgiial. d and deacribt-d at fo-low, tw-wtt: A cerUin Jot in the Liu tier U L-ion of the city cf Memphis, blng a prt of lot Hi u Tl 1 in Kln.nL. ln nf... nl - -- w-i l at. .-I-. -, .hi. .1 - 1 , IU ,, ltiIJ..Il flfy-elKht i 5oi feel on the ea-t side of 1'eoto btri-et, and bounded aa follow-,: Bagtealag ut aslaKe where the eiist l'u oi Deoj rtriat, runnimr outhwardiy. cult's the Butler Divi sion of the city of Memphis, rtiuuiuit iheacH eaaiiyaruiy on the butler dividing line one hundred and fifty-five IVtj f4;t 10 a stake; Uianee s-iuthwardly and parallel with Dc-oto imi-risni iri icri HJw&f ; inence wesiwardiy and parallel with he H"r:t one hundred and Uity-Hvt tJ5& leet to n stake iu th-' east line of DeHoto street; thence north, waruly with the east line of said street flny- eia.ni i.ei in lue y.uvr oi . Also, one other lot about one miic south- I nueonuie una uumireii ana w-ven lyi, I lot'i. oiie-ano-a-naiT it ones. extvnduiu ba k ttireu hunuxwi and nuy-iwo !et I six incbtM Abo, tli following-mimed lota In the -own j or Raleigh, known and dfsii;ua!eu on t .e plan of aaid town tm lots Nun. Ave. six ai d two , 6 aud 21, tn-lilu k C; iM tots, live iftiii six a and Q. Diottt ouch eibty-aevu aud a- hall rWJfl fe-t ou tU" MlTTtjftlj" kAd Somr ! viiif Vu. BDtka I ;i J. rnnnlsssk bauk one hun dred and fifty 150 feet; Jot Ko. trwo Is one hundred and seventy-two Mwj hall LiTQfJ ttmi Mimir.-. lying northwtMl and adjoining lut Nu. n ra p Also, ihe following dOMXlbfld lands, sit uated Mi liie whU rs of Wdf river, on th MHrti itsM thereof, and on laitli slds wf the i.i and Luoiaugo Kaiiroad, bulng in UklsM Ji:cfIs or tracts, unl contiiuiim. In the aggregate, oue hundred and uinoty-one and-a-hall ihHS acres, (Muinded und dcriflMjAMl hs follows, to-wit: Tho flrst of u.iid trarts l;eing lp liUige seven (7), Mtcthnia two and ihree 2 and of the Eleventh II Purveyor's Utst l it l : Lit-ginning at a reu-i ud 'tuinp, with one hickory pointer, the southwest OQJ ner n th-orikf uial i ru' t : silence nortli tiilrteeu 18 ri.ains and ninety M0j link to a stake, witii UiMkgpn and poplar pointers on Ml bunk oi u tiranch; ttltlOfl MM nvw ft chains i-o a slake and MmJJuikm tbenee portal fltty ioOj iiukd tfl siako. Ave ttnkl north of a beeeli marked ' C. K."; tlience east sixteen jlbj ciialna to astak", two dogwood and wlilteoak pot-utem; thence aouth fourteen 14j chains and forty !4u links to a stake an1 pointers; tlience west twenty -on i olialns t' the he Kluuing, containing twenty-nine and a-half 1 iiiUy, acrerf. Theseeoud of said tracts or par- ) eels adj;iu tlie land last above decribt-I, Is i En rang' seveiI?. aections two and three 2 and 3 . boip-i as follows l Begluunig ' in section thrufi 3J, a jlni to. Curry's east corner on William Lawrence's line, at a ! stake and swt rU'tmi maiked ' J. M. .. ' i swretgum and blackguui pointers: theuce I WMt tdxty !uj poles tu aaid Curry 'ijcoru-r, a j stake and dm mai ketl 'J. M. C," persltn- I mon, mjaIi and ltoiiwool pointers; ttieuce I south with said Cuiry's line, passing his cor- i MJf ! lunety-iwo 21 pules. In ali one hun- j dual aim sixty kHiJ jrofes to a small hickory, one sole soiH'. oi a wblteo.ik marked "J. B.,' fhreo hickory and wiiitroak pointer-; i tlM lice east sixty tsjj pfiies to a stake, one pole six links southeast ol a ledoak marked U. B.." two hickory and swe t;um pointers on William Lawrence's west boundary liu: tnence north one hundred and sixty UiO rsiltrs with hiH line to the beuiniilug, conUiln I ing sixty ! acres. Tbe third one of said I i rest nBt sevJn 71, section two 2i, biVuiied as follows , Hegtnhiua at a whiteouk ' marked A. B.." i tinning nortfl two aj chains i sixty-six bi links to a stake, tour 4, links norih oi which is an olm marked w. h.," i i two whitcoak polnleis; throe west ! ! twentv flfrO chains to a stake, whlteoak ; and hickory and poplar pointers; thenoe south twenty-six ciiains fifty fUt link to i a stake in ma iUh hank of WW river; I thtiice eadt foity 4i chains to a willowoak marked " A. B., two iron wood 'poluiors; 1 toenoe nortb twent'-four 24. chains to a j sweetgnm with elm poltjiers: theuce west niten lioj cnains anu iniriy .w, ttuas io tue be Kuuiug, oouLuini-jg oue bunuied ana two lo2j acres. ihe lot of land first abov descr bed. being the one on DeSoto strwet, In Memphis. Is levied on as the property of defeudant. W. L. Stewart, on the stall dny of Mnich, Itb7; and tbe balance of the Inud abovn desoribMl la levied on as being the property of duleuduni, M. D. L. sit vart, on the mUk oi Man b, itto7. tho date of thn rendition of the judgment In the Law Comt ot Memi his, appeal d by de nndants to4he supreme Couit, aud affli uieti May, the Lth, All of suid land is levied on as the property of the respective defend ants as Aforesaid suttj-ctto the ilen of sal i judgnient, ami to aaiisy said Judgment, in terest, costs, etc. X. P. i I'llKY, bheilfT. J. M. tfn-gory, Att'y tor I'ltla. Jai2 VEGETABLE SjClUAN HAIR ITS EFFECT IS MIHAOULOUS IT ! a perfect and wonderful aiflcl Cures baldness. Makes hair grow. A bt- t. r dressing than any"olr or " pnmntum. Soth-ns brash, dry and wiry hair Into Beuu- tifnl Klllrr. Tr. rise. tint nhove 111 1. t be U UAt wonder Is the raiildlty wi'h which 11 restores i Urav Haikto IISUKIOIKAI. OLOB. I he whitest and worst loosing hair resumes Its youihfiil beauty hy its use. H does not dye the hatr. but strlho at the root and Alls it with new Hie and coloring matter. The ffrst application w:ildogfKKi; you will see the Natural. Colok returning every day, and BEFORE YOU KNOW IT, The old. gray, dlsolored appearance of the hair will be gone, giving place to lustrous, shining and beautiful locKs. Ask mr Hud's Sicilian Hair itenewer; no other article is ut all lllte it in effect. See that each ladlle has onr pilvnte Gov ernment Stamp over tbe tnpol thulMjllle. All others tire imitation. R. P. HALL 4 CO., Nai-hua, N. H., Proiuietora, For asip by all drnssisis Jail daw COMMISSIONER FOR THE District Courtof the Unit'd States COMMISSIONER FOK THE Court of Claims at Washington, Commissioner of Deeds for the Several Slalcts aud Territories, i a" Special and prompt attention given to the taking or Uepositluus, or Conimlssious I rum other Slates. OFFICE: No. COURT STREET, Nssr Front sweet, Farrlngtou k dS KW BlMk. 1 Lll H -JM? S . KV . 7 -'-" me J Walker Brothers & Co 229 MAIN Attention! Attention! Attention ! NO HUMBUG ! Look out for Bargains ! 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To Ciu'3 of Two or More Subscribers We will send onr SUNDAY APPEAL, For one year, each, $2 00. NEWS DEALERS, AGENTS. Etc., SowsnHnepLValers. Kxnress Aecnts. Country Merchants, Po-tniasters Depot Agent, and sn friends of tue MKMPHW APPEAL who will do so. are requested to procure regular subscribers, remitting to ua tile amount less ten per cent, or Ave per cent, for Ciuba, for services; or. If preferred, arrangements as to compensation will tie made. Specimens copies sent on application. ADVERTISERS Will And the MEMPHIS APPEAL the beet advertising medium In the State. The Brest extent and variety oi Its reading matter bus lorced lis enlaraement for tne aoooiunioda lion of advertisers, and Its circulation In all parts of Tennessee, and in Alabama, Missin nfipi and Arkansas, among merchants, piant eis and business men, render It especially de niable lo those who wish to reach the gene :ai and substantial public, by advertising their respective business and Interest. KEATING, ENGLISH ft. UU., wimniiis .Tflwit. JOB PRINTING. FRANKLIN PRINTING HOUSE 15 COURT STREET. KEEP PACE WITH THE TIMES ! Immense Arrival of dew Material ! Five Lightning Job Presses 1 Large Additions in Lithographic and Gothic Types! Beautiful New Bock Faces in Picas and Nonpareils ! Rich and Elegant Engravings, Cuts, Emblems and Vignettes ! Every kind of Business represented ! Endless Variety of Cards and Papers ! A Complete Job Printing House I aar The proprietor takes occasion to aj aln call the attention of the Merchants aud 3tni ness Men ol Memphis to his facilities for tiljlug orders for every description of Mer-cantii-b Pri-vtino required Lu the Office or Counting-room. The most perfect satisfaction will be given in every Instance, and Pricjbs shall aa low AUD UNIFORM. Orders respuetroiiy soucieo. S. C. TOOF. rrprllor. sou SB , STREET, 229 NO HUMBUG! Look out for Bargains ! Great Bargains ! Great Reduction ! REDUCTION ! & Clothing wjy WALKER BROS. & CO. 229 WAIff ST. MEDICAL DR. RUSSELL'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE. 42 NORTH CQVV.T STREET, Mi'i. ::., Tljseikei:. Tha Laraait and Oldest INSTITUTION OF TUE KIND IN ThE 60Uftin iT. j Established Tar. Years. Where Invalids Can Ot! ila SeievttSa and CajmnentensK treataieirt at a Rheuma '-m and N juraigia. Lumi': o, ( Hi lat! -r, Tlx Liomrwuc, J In nil :irUnltIc cfmip gont, tieiir-. a. -c. perfect, i:.- . in.Iaiit'y n I v I'HCUurti lituba Wilic.i an-1 fttlT foi S un n, ty, iliirty nml : Ij lietn curid by in. u esiM. A great accompli"!! o;r Min, hy wlildi I mei.tM. sotth" ;nd enn clatlna -iiiftt ingn If lUlsRyBKm'cll.i no 11. vu pain, it woe otiiei bystcuiK sajtSBt, lien Tiiatlsm. u.n to re .oi tu any Purcij 5i3. Helrapiijla iHalr P. Psraplnela Lv . Pa , In everv Iossb ! treatmi i i torlnir sction ii InUM : tm ullaiif i, -i ot lu: I pro. Catarrh. Stoppcd-up Ilesd, Kti stunt Has Un blowing Thousand- suffer 0 dlsagtoeabte juu Utrrb, without Knon Often the Hoeret- d the throat clog- ., Bandattoa .. hbi The must .-.kllllui p. Keeent 'y, several ; have turi:t a I beii si I of catarrh, and dema from patl'.-nls. I cure any esse head -dlsehai gps of j glairy atneoos ;ro:::" BASBfually ps'n or eyes coustnet blowli mation ot Hi the chsslderhtn m course ol a lew itaya. iuom dMHaJuSai prlBM tru-Tion-vtopptni-rp iiill.im iUuu of lu U-e : Scroiuia. Struma. Glandular Swellings, Running, or Crusty Era pi loua. - It ..in urn. The Scrofnla filling ii medical treutu. The only true are those wblct I will contra case of Rlood U forms of Leprt oera. Xumrt, form of n i ' tVoui lorty-'.'titli ted or otl:erwte, ry, ;s. ny ail ususi eTe'V .OU, 111 Mercurial Ciot.ie3. Salivation cPtyaiisnu, I Meicurnil .ch. Meronrlali Mercory, lpjcdiciou. y earth with wrecks of hi suffer from ia -sclous y d.ugK.d by t:. rain to attempt the n dlesses while if VMnaln Although 1 unveaearii antidotes fur inercniy have never yet se n eiluilnate It irom the sy I csu satl.fv any patie I can absolutely extract Eruptions, it lb rliy ol tor physician that Cut, iLUO, si I c, snn other uuuuiai potssBss sverv ce. One DSih wuli h I einplojt- even draws Ihe isad from Hie white paint q tne bath-room. C.Tncrr. NolI-me-Tangere, Lueus. or Wolf fr.r.Ct-r, Solnhus Caacar Fungous i mcer. itose i uacer rpiaert aucer. I make a great specialty r. the treatment of every descript-nn ol eaaeoraud tt nors, and baTe a special depaitmeni. devulsd lo this branch o .iUease. tlow many & ucers and tumors are wrong rully treattd by curtain cli.;.-u.laua styuug IheuiselTes "Cancer Hoctors" Altar being prnnoauoeu luoarable, I will ' take any one of tbeso ca.,u In naad, and j make a permanent aax My terms lor ireati ,g caars, etc., will be based on the e and otMadtlloB oi the putieui, and the poaiuve certiuiy oi oure. generative Affections. S;f-abme PlRC Sore-p. r Wealth, sj TV an n-e Oleet mlnai Impotence ,re.natu,' I The press, the pu.:.:t are silent on the subj sexual organism. A M the knowledge tor a ml And in w u-rilWeai-mat'rrhpi, sliL.tilii.g pysteisv-lnipHiriug hi seit-desti ui'iiou. fcyp. body by pieoe-m al-.o nti vi, by Inches b i alive, and torturing tin Charlatans, ot ratkW essay to cu:e iiiuni. Us hope and re oi t is in physicliiu who undi - Among thrse than .-pem,atorr. oas, 0 and emlHslons. Dr. Wt tbe losa o: one ounce ai'ttae, is euuui tc J i nod ' ounces oi blood ' ihe worst tcsra Is wnen ti e iui.iai fluid pasi.es off unpercivt din the orine. implies, ami ciisi. i i. s men, hy work ing u,.on tiiv fears o. s miuil, t.s, t a .nai- lug the leeo.e v s oi tiie i-sly. not ouly ex tort larg-sums of money, bat, in near v . ve ry lnstanoe, bnve comiii ateo the dis. ..e, and render el it mure uifficu t to cure, i never yet seen a o se of texnai t i akness oi I-Buoteticy iired hy any piiysiciai. bu! inyseli All the affections of Un BBal organs nave been deepy studied iiy me ;oi many years. 1 have made a discovery in he treitHieut 01 ail syphlltilc and rlrolent dlscast which prom Iimss looverlhrow ail former precor.ceiv. ii lo tions Slid ti entirely D ous copal tm. Inev; ... I office hou Kussell. ' 'un ."ecreuiry, ai n;.ll e eieury. Idsmi led io Physicians. ial courtesy extc the regular profession. IstoWS Third slieei is,, aud cha tucky, Ul, ' of the urinai sus," incii weakness lri sUicturo, va a pages sin! nmael o method oi tcaaltug out mereuiy, and 1 rtage, etc., sent urn: A vailx ciaup, wa in ftturdays; prloe Also ageoits lor 1 Pills, warranted to price at office, or c meat oi u Male shei luperior oaaltty ; singlaouetl or o par .'BUJ DIBi'K.NBAaY. noil LaalsT-dl, kV- B. J. SEMMES & CO., B. J. SEMMES. WHISKIES: YANNISSEE, WESTMORELAND ROBERTSON COUNTY, 3oon- PURE RYE, And a vari6y sd oft WHISKEY FOR country trade ENDERS' Valuable Remedies ! 98 G3 B. P. P.M. Contains no Quinine or Arsenic for any Chemist finding It Is purely a Vegfa!.; . id .'T long l amllng. or nussey ruirutiU. Mo :or a fair trial of uur Chill Cure. s:sarxxxts' stomach Tbe mo popular nnter now in l'-'lmiLa! nxr nlood. rmllds up wi !. BeTeraife It u-n uo m i t promptly oaastng mo ;V hl; f H!rknm of the fiomioa, nQd ooataiiw qu csioiusL la :i.iatUce, Limtr lompmiui and bil iusnca lhy are a cvruun corsv. EXJXtJEST A XVOHM OA UNTIDY. Ti'-irnt rj-rai-Uy fi r "hiWrn, r.Sv nit thm la a ' hnuuri-da uicur iticatfH ! uui clt'aena mho Dh Auks are what wu ispll Kent theic "iaT Saie by Druggti's and general iXorel-f-peri very?rher.-yai "EINri3Hrj. tie ROSS, Sole rvopv's. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS ArsO MANU.- ACTURING CHEMISTS Paducah, Xiloxi t-vxeix-y. Tia shore Mtslictnes are for sale, at Wholesale and Itsceil, by C. C. WAMB & CO., A.YP III! IsHlllH BLA IR, DRVG'rLSlS CUBBINS & GUNN, mOli FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS H VVINf! TTIE rVROKST ND MflHT C IMPI.EIE FUC5DRY AJB Mal'HISE SUOF I the southwest, are prepared to do all work la THE MACHINERY UHE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAK EVER THEY KEEP ON I1A5D A STOCK 1F JTEW Ajri BSCOMJ-HAJ3 STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES, BOILERS. ETC A.SU WROUGHT IRON GAS AND WATER PIPES OF ALL SIZES Which wiil ue cut and fitted io nrter. promrtly and well. One of the Arm gives eonstaat as Wauoo to tue bui-ding of the very best FRENCH BURR GRiST MILLS, Which, for dnrabillty and satlsfacte; wcrklng, are cnsr.rpaased. SMI (TIERS. EOLTU CLTMEB AMI) LEATHER BELTINu. in fnU sappiy, and cboaper than eisewhar. UJMIOM FOUNDRY, Adams Sirwt. between Fo-i- h anu Bayou, Msnchis. Twin. Memphis Nursery. A CHOICE SELECTION OF APPLE, PEACH, PEAR, PLUM, CHERRY, APRICOT NECTARINE, QUINCE & ALMOND THUS. GRAPE VINES IN VARIETY, ESPECIALLY CONCORD AND SCUPPERNONG. ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. A very thrifty slock, at moderate B. B.KOEN, l 300 Prortt ISt.. Mamplils), Tenn. J. M. ulLBERT. Ja. Je d"w ATTORNEYS AT LAW. J.H. PAl rCKW5, W.J. riiu.J.SU.N. 1- W.XAJtlt PATTERSON THOMPSON, ATTORNEY S-AT-LA W, .xr R. W. MARTIN & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, AtOVaiA. - ARKAS.SA3. HiK.wjiSafr:!a5a Cl si- i th A. J. MARTIN, Hia."VKT OTF ICE jy KIT WILLIAM B!' 1 a. u dlldlsou str.els, -M lee. tl ai :entiu:i iv. n in ' . HECoXD i no. Ks i Mi T. B. lAlOWOoU. T. IL 3K'Jf. c. roLsno. , Logwood, Slicuu & Folkcs, ATTORNEYS AT LAV,' IS Union Street, MEMPHIS, - - TBNNKSSEK. ! aw W. C. FOLXKS, Commissioner 'or Ar- i Itansas. oc-Zi i WM. M. SMITH, OFFICE. 308 1-2 Second St., COKNEB OF MON ROB. dot OlsS'JLUTiOfv. 'pHE law X SDd so AVl?KiUHTand LCKE F. WTUOHTh thU day formed a partnership and will . .lnueihep.actieoi m iaw undr tne firm uauieoi "S-RJOHT WKIUHT, i, D. McKISICK continues the pmctlce. Offlccs-KltWUiUs block rQHT LI iUt a. WRIttBT. ! Janaarv r, WO. Jal JNO. W. DAWSON. BRANDIES: J.& F.MARTELL Pinet, Casti!!on&Co., jul AnU, UuruT Cl UU., Planat & Co., JAMES HENNESSY, ViRCIIMiA PEACH 81 8i wiil pay Five Hundred Dollars In Gctf ellhsr in its comsifon. Warranted to Care FEVER sad A'JCT of bg- Cava) uo Iity, Is oar motto; ail Ulat ak a 'r nr.r-n K!dnT Dbojbss, rwtorea strength and app 3d fiiioetdty-l frsmo. fur lumaie weajuaMi it la uiu to ue. A ialr tr Dl prices. Address MISCELLANEOUS. ORLEANS INFIRMARY, 142 CANAL STREET, S"KW ORLEANS, - LOTJISLAJTA. OOITDUCTSD Prr Ors. Choppin, C. Beard, Brickeli and Brunt. ThU Institution it ov Open for the Treatment of Medical and Surgiual DR. SAM 'J EL CHOPPIN, Sellers! Surgery, and Diseases of the Re. Loss, d I adder and Urethra; ail operations lor I'rfni ralrlss. uucb as libo-iooI, itarv-lln Oft. C. SEARO, pixoatf of tbe Kye and Ear. Dft. O. W. BftlCKELL, Disease peculiar to Women Operations Iter , y 'ovarian Tumors, Iysmencrhaa, Vesicovaginal Fistula; Lsowatlon of tha i er: neuai. etc., etc. OR. I. DICKSON 8RUNS, Diseases of tbe Cean, Longs and Throat, aw The best nosea are provided. Fare and accommodations equal to LhuM of QraKvlas Pes torn re Box ST. New Orleans. BUY OR. SPALDING'S ELECTRIC OIL! aar The great Msdicai Wocd of tne Stas teenth Ceutnryt aar Kill aU Pain In Twa Mlnateai aw Death to RheomallrBl and aU Inflam matory UlseasasI arts reward CD a aular in BoMa and Cholio in Horses : aw A snr ear for Bog Cholen and sA lUioma uMwca. For saisbyaii flrngguts. O. C Wstrd ctJ 2 Mam St ret, Wholesale Ageat. Prloe, 11 par bottle; par doses; m pr Bay a a ami m. apniniag-a. mm