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THE SUNDAY MOENING A PPEAL I K BRUARY GO, 1870
FINANCE AND TRADE. FINANCE. OFFICE OF IB! DAILY APPEAL, ) Memphis. February 19, 1870. Business in the financial market was unworthy of esjjocial remark, moving quietly throughout the day. Ex change was in active demand witli better offerings than for several days past. Commercial bills on Eastern cities are taken freely by liankers at . discount. Selling rates an- par to an premium. Currency is in good supply, and loans can l- effected on good commercial security at-from 10 to 12 per cent. Plantation paper, properly indorsed, has Ixvn discount ad during the week at the above rate. There is a good supply t money seek ing investment at this time. City Bonds are in some request, and held at 4-S for ex-coupons. The latest New York quotations range from "U to "i There is none offering in this ni.irket. Railway Bond- are nominal ; Mem phis and Charleston, 1-t mortgage, are worth in New York si; 2d mortgage, M. tttaaUnippi and TPc tin B, 1st mortgage, ; ditto, St. Mis si ijpi Central, l-t mortrage, 73; 2d ditto. -V2. Memphis and Little Rock, 1st mortgage. 6 . TeniKssee liank notes are in light requ't, and sales of small lots are made by dealers at 80c. City .scrip is weak, and selling, in limited quantities, by broki-rs, at 7;u 80c County Warrants are in demand at 79c. A lot ol t'rtMH) Arkansas Suite Bonds were on the market, ttQMc Then-has been some inquiry for this eia-s of sivuritit-s for tax-paying purpo-es, for which it is receivable. Bold was dull and quiet. Purchases were made by doalers early in the day of $1000 lots and upwards at 1181. No sales were reported, the desire be ing chiefly to sell. Brokers were dis posed to till orders at 1 The New York market declined during the day Ic The decline had a depressing in fluence on the stock and bond market, and created a disposition to sell on the part of holders. Tenne-see Bonds in New. York were quoted at oOj for old, and 49 for new. The following is the New York weekly bank: statement: Loan increased. Sl.462.716 kj. .. ,1, rr,-.w,l .-"7. 7'.. 7 lK-r-si8 decreased ltMBI l-Kl taBH de roHNed 1,4(S.H.:4 Circulation decreased 9,A'l Government Bonds were irregular, at thefollowiug rates: Bonds of 1881 6-20 Uoudi of lvij ....ii7". a ....115 ....114 V- HSUla law 1 18oo, new ltt.7, " 18KS, " 6-JO " 6-20 " 6-2' " 6-JO " ltt-jo Boat. l!i . 11. . lll,'a(J Facilic bisee.. The following were the afternoon telegraphic quotations ol stocks: Canton 58 Western Union Telegraph Co 34 ,'4 Qatafcailver 14 Pacific Mail 41 !i Adonis Exjirtss oi f Veils, Farg-v Co.' Express ia i American Express 37 ' Cuited S'ates Kxjiress 51 Merchant" I'liiou Express New Y-.ru Omtral 97 New York (.Vntral Strip 95 Erie 26 Heading 07 - Michigan Central 121 Michigan Southern - B7M Illinois Centra! 142 Cleveland and" Ettlaborg lot'-" OMflsaa and NorliiweKtern Chicago and Northwestern preferred. Baek Uland ISM St. Paul 64 )t St. I'aul preferred 7t' corroN. B ;'. ; in d jjr tooted wp3Q3B bales on a basis of i to iSic lor Middling. The market was weak and factors MUC-iou-., while buyers were indilleretit. A table of 11 To bales was taken hy a single buyer on private terms. This was ihe 'largest single sale ol the sea son. Of the remaining sal"s 1: liales, ranged from Low Middling to Mid dling, and was taken at rati - ranging from !jc to illc. Good " Ordinary broughiiMje; Strict and Stained., 21 e. Bmh HI lales ol the two last grades were sold. The heavy receipts for the past wc-k, folding up !M7,o(Hi bales, together with decline in gold, had a depressing Influence, and generally caused buy era to hold aloof from the market. The New York markcH was dull throughout the day, and the I.ivcr potil market ciased wi;h a downward tendency. The follow iug wore the elor-iug dis patcher: COTTON IN NEW YOItH. Ni:w York, NbWMnp 19 3 p.m. C. 1:1011 market cloe qui''t ; nales lo (.mil-lie.-.-. 530 bales; export. M3 bales; sp.- i lalioti. 2W hales; .1N0, KHi Average Mid dling in June at 'c; lit) Lnw Middling, at i4-; loo in April, at 2S'c; 2B HI April, at 0e; HiiMnaiy, at SSc; 1H0 in April, at .';' in April, at . . .'aw in Junv, at J4c; lojinJuue, at -! ; 100 in May, at Me; HO in April. onpria.e term: p in May, and a)0 in June, 011 private terms. Oniinarv, -Hc. l Ordinary, ,c. l.ow Middling, 23Hc; Middling, 'Mi.o. Uood Middling, -v. -. COTIX)N IN LIVERPOOL. Liverpool, February 195 p.m. Cut ton cloeed it!i a downward ti-ndei. -v. Upland-. 11X4. Orleans, U(&nli. Sales, ln,(KM bales. COTTON IN NEW ORLEANS. New Mum Pebrnsfy 19--Cottnr weak, but demand moilera'te. Middling 23?2tc. Hales, ?m I.i!hs. 'In- follow in;: is tiiev!.-l.;v stal.Mneut by telegraph from New York: HEW YORK WEEKLY COTTON S1ATEMEKT. ANl STATKMEN I OK ALL Ba s. PIMM. Uewlli'j. lor ipMfe - !,H Kee i'I Ml this or! since Hm. 1 .' . !"'- kiua Bi pi. I. from Uils port 5S'j,7 Slock 01 bam! : I II. .rt hi i. ci l;.-. , mis all porta fat week MM Kseelpu all ports -Inc-eSept. 1 2,0 '' kXrtstOallUs lorw.ek Kxporu lo all )k,i :s aim Sspt l Stock on band ail north 5ai!,i'i Kxuorts Mr tbawsak lo Liverpool b.nn Kiporu "r the week u. BreroeU 7C Lii.r; Iroin all poru foi Un- u eek In Liv. RMMl 4,ie Export, boss ali ports lor Um vack to IbeCoutluenl 1(,(S cotton statemeht. Cham rer op Commerce,) Memphis, February If, 1S70. J Block on band Sept. 1, 1SU9. M Keeeived to-dav 822 Kooeivod preyionsly Hj,suai7,631 I7,7 .. f.24 1,M1-17U,4: Si,. I ; : row-'usly Stuck on hand at noon to-day IMPORTS. Mmnplii and Oliarkwton R. R- -- Mississippi and Tenucate K. K Steamers WaOiui, cbI i i EIPIIBIS. Memphis and Ohio K. 11 Steamers North . 150 .. 119 .. 4(i9 7 ... V.I .... ,M TKAUK. BoftlMM to-day wan lens lively than u.-uhI ..ii Saturday. The regular iwick ets cnrril out fro tr',. amoiiy which w.i- the usual coinj.leinent of local freights. The railroad MoetaM prerenti rj many orders from being till! I planters in the interior, an l this draw Imck -aud transactions iii grain, )hsI and grtjcerles to lie lighter than is u-ual on the clcwiug day of t hy week. In our leading t;ij.le, sales foot-d up larger than on any previous day during the iek. PrwettMVi half a eeut below yeuterday'a figurep, and factors evinced a di-position to let go while huyers. were inclined to oerau s ith caution. More than half of the purchases were inati. .s .,,ur,.,,j .. raUr, and for fcireign av.urit. Baooino Tho nisrktt m steady and t-!ock li)!iit. iatnaWifeilsc; Heavy K IU' od Mixed, 2 754jl S; Navy, H itkb Ixw and medium iirakieaaie sbtutdai.t and dull, ( lioi.-e in in demand and i-ry aearce, I j.(u4'.'. I. 1 " Hon is unsalable, Bftoous a Hi M Hteadv at ;;, V irn Brooms are iseD. Kroouio : n 125(a-'. jK-r ion, aa to care ana cor a m,u BOILOKKo' MATEKIAL lUlsX .O t e meui t-S '&' IUsendale IH i ' f,.ra4 SOCafi. Hair, in 40 lb bales, ty.i KiriV iwick $H3,7. BuildtaR Brie K per M Ohio River I.ime fl 601 75 per hid. Alabama t- t'aj (2. Lime is scarce. Oobnmkal The deuiand is moderate, and p'rioea of fresh on th levee are H ! - tmim ... ..rt utnru Hrlnfr J r.'l Kiln- .-II. ... I lUlO 1 1 ...... . dried is worth 4 7 : . Coffee Tb demand is active, with n tmnA sutmlv on hand. Kio. VJte as to quality. Java, :Ku.S2c. Cottok Yarns No. 400, 2ic; 600. 20c; BOO. lHe: 70 16e. , ! cheese Factory lS),(S,19c. W. R. 17 .Ih... K. P. 19c. Market steady. Chiton SkkijANo Motes--I'lm demand - I idv. seed !o 60 per ton on levee, , tRITM loriiiakintf sacks; Moles 1 to 4c per pound. " , Canned Goons Condensed inilk, V.y 14 50 per case. Cove oysters, 1 lb, $1 75 per dox.; 2 lbs. - 75. Feaches, fa J. 75. Fears, 3 '. Tomatoes, 1 j5g I 75. Cherrios, $33 25. Fiueapulos, f4. Slr.iivliernes. in 5. Hraudy Feacbns, f4 505. Hraudy Cherries, $5 756. Fiekles, ball gal. er doz., 5 60: quarts, It SO; pints, $2 60. Tomato Catsup, 1 26 2a, Fepporsauen, $1 25, 1 : .s The market is firmer, and fresh command 19(j,2tic. The demand is good. Flour Prices are steady and un changed. The demand is active for tne iiuni grades, which are scarce. High er qualities are abundant and in light request. Fiue is worth $4 75(a. 5; Super 5$5 50; X to 76; XX 6 (yt 25; XXX to Fancy 6 6(Ka9. Frcit Apples are scarce and higher, at 50 to pi 50, as to quality. Drie 1 Apples, 6ia,7c; lirieii Feachos, g,9c and dull; Feeled do. 'Ho. 14c; Curranvs lttc; Prunes ls-. Cranberries y per Mm. p,,nM,;, i;er. I No 1, bbls a24.-4r26; H bbls 12 5o.'13 00; No. 2, in bbls 17 60; do 75; No. 1, kits $2 f l; No. 2 io2 16a.$2 26; No. X 1 90M2. White ash, H bbls, 9 SO. Sardiues $1919 60 per case for quarters ::t2;g, S3 for hal ves. Fresh Lake Fish !0c per lb. Fi.kp Kcceip:s of Corn were literal, footing np over 1200 sacks. Railway blockade and inability to ship prevented tha filling of orders, and sales were limi ted. Choice while on the levee is held at 90u.92e; irom store, 9o(a9iC. Oats on the lens brongrji rite, and from store 7oc. Blbial seed are worth 75c. Kales of Itrnn were made at S.4. Huy dull al $25(f2ri. Cooked Cotton-seel Meal, t22a,i jcr ton at mills. Game and Pocltry Chickens are j abundant, and sales were at 4 (XX5J4 50 per dozen. A lot of KIO coops sold on the : levee at auction for account of the under j writers, brought down from steamer : Legal Tender. Oeese are worth j SO to ?7. Turkevs range from $16 to $18. Pucks $H&$4 50. Dressed I Turkevs 2Wa;2c t r lb. Venison 7(S9c. Wild Turk. - 5 per doz. Wild Ducks ! frai Bear meat dull al 15f.i,18c. Quails f2 (i$2 25. Squirrels Jl 5o(u.l 75. Rabbits 1 U Ocnnils oood Ao. l seconds iodise, and 1 1 nil. IIiues Market quiet and firm. Pry Flint Htoj Dry Salt 14c; Green do. 8Jc Green 6ia,7c Tallow 9c. Beeswax 30 Mta. I Leather Hemlock Sole 3:?35c; Oak 4ole42(a4ik;: Saddle 40(5.43c: llnillesH TO per dozen: Cppers 40.50c; Calfskins, French l(H5(g.70; American do. $30(50. Livestock Horses and Mules are in good supply and moderate demand. Mules range" from S125 to $175. Horses, $85 to $125. Beef Cattle are scarce al 6ft7c gross; medium 4(J.5c, gross. Hogs SKSSJie gross, and quiet. Sheep are scarce, and prices are nominal. Milk Cows $30(d.tfc per bead. Work Oxen, $70(g.l00 per yoke. Molasses The stock on hand is lijrbt, especially of choice. Hc-lJ al NJ(i,s5c; Priaie, 75ySOc. Naval iSiores Tar, in kegs, $5 25 to 5 75 tor Pine; in 41 gallon bbls. $8 to 10; Pitch $6 per bbl; Oakum $6 to $S per ba!e. Nails Fair demand at $4 90"i.3. rates. On Coal, 35(j,37c: Linseed raw, $1 10: do. boiled, $1 15(.4l 20; Lard, $1 5."wl M; Lubricating Coal Oil, 5cfct65c; Train Oil, $1 25(0.1 30. Powder Rifle per keg $ti 50; blasting, f 1 60. Pkodi i k Potatoes are irregular and in liUt demand, exc t lor seed varieties. lVacu Blows are $1 7ij. 1 Ml. Pink Eyes $2 00(Vj2 25. London Ladies SJ 7Mt ?3 00. Early Ooodrich $4, in s'nall lots. Rus setts" ?1 903S 00. Onions $5a56 per barrel. Provisions Stocks of m.'at are light, and jobbing lots scarce. Mess Pork is scarce and in good demand, at 29 Ofv.i $2!' 50. Clear Sides, lti?i 17c. BaeoM Shoulders. UWo, Sugar-cured Ham, 19 (3,-'lc. I lear liuik ftides. laJic Clear Kib, 14 ';c. Rib, 14c. Shoulders, lln ll.'-ic Lard, 16Co,17c for tierce, and 17 i 18c for kegs. Dressed Pork (fresh) ln-..'. He. City packed Corn Bee f d5(j10 ier barrel. Salt Good supply; 280;b. bbls. $2 45 in lots. Svoars Stocks are fair and prices unchanged, with a good demand. Common Louisiana. O'jCojlOc; Fair lofelOJic; Good do IflKQUc; Fully Fair! ll)i(i)12c; Prime, UX&l3c; Choice, 13X (n.i3!ic; Y'ellow Clarified, lS)4(Mc White Clarified, HX(a,l54a. Spirits Demand fair, and prices steady ; higbwines. 95c; proof spirits, $1 15 (a$l 25; reel iliod whisky 7Sci$l. Sacekkralt Selling at JUvrfll per bl.!. Starch 5ifc4s' per lb. Soap Mottled m ','lo't'cj yidTow 8e; common 6(7c. OsImIVm 15(iCAlc. Tohao-o Prime natural leaf, light presses 1, j-7(it.l 1"; ti'ie rsncy Ya. 90cufl: fine bright pounds, HOfgitlOi?; medium bright pounds, 7tXVi,sac; common bright pounds, 82(i7c: medinm bright half jmunds, soun 1. GlTtu; .smoking, tine and tancy, 608Oc; medium auu cwmmuji S.V-.ie, VisEOAR OmBBM and pickling, 16c SUBSCRIBE NOW BEST AND CHEAPEST T EC U Memphis Appeal A POLITICAL, NEWS, COMMERCIAL, AND FAMILY' JOURNAL! 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Tlx mult beat K. .it sr has all I Ue-ene-tlalnn et fttiu r.ii-ii.K- men. rentier n emped! Hirahle to thone a bo wish lo reach the ral and aubKtamial puhllc, by adver their respective butiueM and internal. AUCTION. Valuable River Lands AT- CHANCERY SALE. W We call special at tent Ion t" the sob Joined sals of Klver Lands, otfering a line in vestment to persons wishing to engage In selling wood to steamboats or in Memphis. The land Is densely limbered, and when cleared will pay Interest on $5u per acre in rent or cultivation. THE SALE IS PEREMPTORY. And tf. worthy the attention of those who are looking for specnlatlons in lauds. Royster, Trezevant & Co., Auctioneers. Chancery Sale on Friday, February 25, I870. No. .lias Thauoery Court of Memphis. Har riet J. Koysler, AUin'x, Vm. rS. Ml. Koyster et aN, Y virtue of an interlocutory decree la thS XJ caue, I will Hell, at public auction, lo the hiltent Wddt r, at the auctionhoiwo or Iloys : :. Trexevant & Co., No. V40 Main street, MempQU. Tennessee, on Friday, February 5, lW'tJ, within legal hours, the undivided . - i.mf interest ol J. W. Utystr, deceased, in and to the following real ettAt-e, to-wil : LyinK Mnd being In the county ol Bbeiby and stiit of Tennetce. ou Inland No. 40, in the Mississippi river, designated as Lot No L on the plan of survey hy Hobinaon A Moon, Kiigiueers: Beginning at a Kt-ake in a road, the northeast corner of T. P. Halls 3W-acre entry (whence south h west 1 chain and lu links btands a huuey-iix;uNt marked B.; thence east tf chains and 7b imka to the bank of a chute; thence south and westwardly with mcanriersorKald chute Schoina, H chains and 11 llnka. 7 chains and 37 links. Ju chains and 14 chains to a slake on the bank of the chute; thence west 40 chains and 50 links to a atake and pointers; thence north i chains lo the beginning, containing i!45 iT7-iOO acres. Al-o, Lot No. 4, on said plan of survey, be ing on Island No. 40: Beginning at a stake in the northwest corner of the tf40-acre entry ; thence east 27 chains; ttMttOM north 43 chains, thence west 3u chains; thence south H chains; thence east 3 chains; thence south 11 chains to the beginning, containing Mfc TM-Hi acres. Also. Lot No. 5, being on Island No. no : Be ginning a! a cottonwood on the bunk of the river, west side of the Island, marked A., on Pcnnel's south boundary line; thence MM- I H chains to a stake and elm markel B.: thence north .'iti chains and7.rlinkstoan elm marked C: thence east 77 chains and 60 links t-onn ash marked 1. on MitcheH's west boundfirv line: thence south with his line 52 chains and H links to an ash market! K. in MtOav ock's north line; thence west with his Hue 1U7 chains to a cottonwood marked F. on the bank of the river: thence north it west 7 chains; thence north 5 west in chains and 40 links to the beginning, containing 45S acres. Terms ok Male. One-third cash, balance on a credit of six and twelve months, notes with security taken, and a lein retained till payment of the purchase luou'.y. A. ALSTON, C. and tf. Logwood, Mlcou it Fowikes, Solicitors for complainants. ja25 - CHANCERY SALE Caroline Bradshaw, Adm'x, 1 Chancery Conn vs. ! at '.'ululubia. Heirs and rridit.ns of Hugh f Tt-nn., S. pi'r BradshHW, ilvct-a-'ied. j 'l'eriu, 1.-'.'. V vlrtne cil a decree of the. Court in this 1 i-MUse. o. tm.er lth, lstli, 1 will sell to tiie lilghol bidder, uu MONDAY, MARCH 7th. 1870, Within legal hours, at the jiiicI ; - nhonse of Ifiliy ttir. Tiesevani at Co., nortiie:iiterucr of Main una JetTeison streets, in the city of Memphis, the tract of land set MMUrttO the heirs of Hugh Bradshaw, deceased, by decree ol the Chancery Court at- Memphis, in the case of A. Hl MMwIlMMT et al. vs. K. 1. Bfittfbell et aL, containing hOL HTEKN ACfUK, more or less, in the wuth-eastern suburbs: of Mem phis, near Stale Female College, subdivided urcordldg to a plan which will be exhibited at the lime and ptace of sale. Terms of sale rash, ll,e bal.ince on six, twelve and elghu-eu mouths credit, the pur chaser to execute notes with two or more ap- pri.veu secur.tus, ..na i u ictaineil lor Ut- payment of the pVurel&MsM nnuit-y. febo J L. MwfrTf.iAMt i -lei k and Master. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. Fine Gold Waiches AND CHAINS. F.D.BARNUM&CO. Oid firm Pooler 8anium K Co., 265 MAiN STREET, COR. COURT New & Rich Jewelry. TRANSPORTATION. QUICK TIME EAST 1 1 Louisville Route Always AUe&4 SUMMER. SCHEDULE Commencing May 2, 1869. DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS WILL Kl'N AS FOLLOWS ON THS Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line: leave Memphis (cl),y time) 4:00 s.ia. 2:45 p.m. Morning train from Mempbui does not run on Sunday. leave MemphiH, rily time. 4:00 s.m. 2:45p.m. iirrive at Naaativllle 11:45 p.m. 5:011 a.m. Sleeping i firs on Even log. Train from Mem phis lo LouiKvllle and Memphis to Kashvllle. Through Tickets at Reduced Rates Can be procnre-1 at theCompany'sofTlee.SS, 1-2 If ain ftlreet, and at Depot, head of Main hu aaliaiujSKc Checked at IeKt, or hy the llemphls t'tty Transfer Conipany ; at Hotels. lrivate lU'slaencen, or on Ixmrd otat.s, lo ail principal points Kant and Ninth. BAM. B. JO.NKM.8upt. Hkll Uowsll. PafH!uieer Aseitt. aeSO GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS. O o I o 73 V) H m m I X O "n m 73 en ZD O n m o o 9 o o 03 1 a. - is o M O o o 3 B lis ?r- a m :a 4 to I 37 m m X o s m i vr io' CP - o r 3 e V 30 CO 5r2 o a i o o ARKANSAS LANDS. J u. TKKKV. 8. P. SWEPKTOB TERRY &. SWEPSTON, Jlarion, Critteuden CVjuuty, Ark., General Land Agents, BUY and sell Real Kstate, and wilt pay K,rcial attention U having lutid belong ing to uon-rtideuU iroily llttd; aihO. Say taze. Taxe due for IWtf miut bv paid efore Stn Ktbrary, Wu. jalV MEDICAL. OR. RUSSELL'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 42 NORTH COURT STREET, Memphis, Tkn nkhnkhs. The Largest and Oldest INSTITUTION OF THE KIND IN THE SOUTHWEST: Established Ten Years. Where Invalids Can Obtain Scientific ami PtSMWMM Treatment at a Maderaie Expeate. Rheumatism and Neuralgia. Lnmb&gof Gout, Sciatica, Mercurial Kheomatitim, Tix Dolorenx, Nerve-Ache. In ail arthritic compUinU, as rheumatism, ouf neuralgia, etc, this practice is almost perfect. The most intense pains are almoitt instantly relieved enormous Kwelltngs are reduced limbs which have been contracted nnd HtifT for years are relaxed, rases of twen ty, thirty and forty years' standing, have been curel by M after ail other nitaiis kave : ailed. A great nreomplKhment Is my triumph over oaln, by which I can often, in a few mo menu, soothe and carry oil the most excru ciating sufferings. It this sybtem'did nothing more than to re lieve pain, it would stand superior to any other systems extant. Paralysis. Helmpleeln (Half Palsy), Paresis, I'arapt.Klo (Local Palsy), Paralysis Agltans. In every form of Paralysis, this is the only treatment which amount to anything nm tonm; action md vitality. In the tveatmeut of thU sad aflcctlon, I use my MediutUd Haths, medicnted with various suhstMee,a"tarabinth, chlorine, iodine, am monlaauU hydrargyrum. In eouneniou with medieated elt-etricity and galvanism, and other due remedial agencies. I wili coa tract to cure any case of paralysis provided there exist no organic lesion. Catarrh. Htopped-un Head, Running of the Xoae, Con HLant Hawking and Spitting, Coustanl Blowing of the Xote. Tliousands suffer from that most annoying, ilrKiuirt-eahle and offensive eomnlaint l'h- t .rrl!. without knowing what it Is. imen ine aecrcieu nuicoiu, uuwing down the throai cit np tha lungs, and fays the foundation for consumption. The most skillful physieiHns fail to cure It. Cecently, several Kar Doctors" of this t ity, bavetuiu-id l!u lr attention to the treatment of catarrh, and demand iuose fabulous urices from patients. i cure any case or oostinction stoppeit-up head discharges of icreenish. thick, thin, or glairy mucous from the nose, internailv or externally pain or fullness between the eyes constant blowing of the nose inflam mation of the nasal passages ulceration of the schncidtrrian membrane, etc., In- the course ol a lew days. Scrofula. Struma. Glandular BweiUnflL Hunnlhg, or Crusty Eruptiontf.Salt Rheum, King's Evil. The Scrofula taint, inherited or otherwise, filling I lie with untold misery, is, hy all usual medic-1 treatment, hopelessly int urable. The only true cures wiiich I have ever seen, are thow which ltave been performed by me, I will cmuract to cure, without fail, every case of lllood l;;eaaes, even the most terrible folios oi LejiWOSar, ljrysinelas, EsMBaSj Can cers, Tatsaora, I loera, A bsceases, aud every form f.f r- i -."."- ilNr! .:ni .1;:; eruption, it troai forty -tight houist6 a few Vwlu. Kercui ial Diseases. Salivation tPtyftlfcn), Mercurial Eruptions, Mniiilal Ach-y in iiones, Mercurialixatiou. Mercury. Injudiciously n ed, has filled the earth with wrecks of humanity. Thousands suffer from its efTeeis, who have been uncou sciousiy Arngged hy their physician. It is vain to sjttssjittt the core or the majority of di.se me wiiilt- it i- iHv -anlj". ARhough I have heard of several so-called, antnlots ir mercury in the human body, 1 have never yet seen a physician who could eliminate it troni the system. I can satisfy any patient or physician that I can aiwoiutely exir;u;t mercury, lead, zinc, aud other mineral tmisons, in every case. One baih which I employ, even draws the lead from the whit paiut in the bath-room. Cancers. Noli-me-Tftngere, Lupus, or Wolf Cancer, BfAsViMN Cancer b'u m;tus tanctr, Rose Cancer Spider Cancer. 1 make a great specialty in the treatment of every desciTpfon of cancer ami tumors, ami have a special department devoted to this branch 01 dUea-i'. How mary cancers ami tumors are wrong fully trent'-d ly certain charlatans styling themselves "Cancer Iwctors." After being pionouiiced incurahie, I will take any one of these cases in hand, and make a permanent cure. My terms for treating cancers, etc., will be based on mea;e utid condition of the patient, and the positive certain! y o; cure. Generative Affections. Self-abuse Discharge Stricture ileet Sores -i rmatorrhcea iemlnal Weakness) Syphilis (Prima ry and sv.-mtarvl Impotence (Loss of Virility) Premature lH?cay Iebility. The press, the pulpit and the lecture-room are silent on the subject of diseases of the sexual org:tni3iu. A false delicacy conceals the knowlJ'e for which thousands thirst. And how terrible are these diseases? Sper niatorrhtna, shattering the entire Nervous System Impair iug the mind and causing self-destruction. Syphilis, eating up the body by piece-meal losing bone, muscle and nerve, by Inches being llU'rally eaten up alive, and torturing the Drain with adny. Chai laiauH. or iucompetewt physicians may essay t cure them, but in vain. The only hope ai;d rart U in the tin.:. and learned pnysit ian wno nnuerstauds liieir case. Among th-Ne aifeciions, none are worse than spermatorrhuia, or seminal Weakness, aud emission. Dr. Wood bridge says, "That the lots of one ounce of semlnsl fluid by ahuse, is equal to the loss of forty ounces of blood." The worst form Is when the seminal fluid passes otT un perceived in the urine. Empirics, and characterless men, by work ing upon the fears of a mind, too often shar ing the feebleness of the body, not only ex tort large Mums of money, but, in nearly eve ry instance, have complicated the disease, and rendered il more difficult to cure. I have never yt seen a 8MM ol t-exual Weakness or Impotency cured by any physician but myself All the affections of the sexual organs have been deeply studied by me for many years. I hay tjL made s dis-o ery hi the treatmentot all syphilitic ayd virulent diseases which prom ises toovei throw all former pj ppoiioeived no tions and theories on the sudje'et. I emph) entirely new remedies, and never use nause ous cop.'iiha, cubebs, turpentine and mercury. In every case I guarantee a perfect cure. Uftice hours irom H a.mto5p.m. Dr. J. B. Russell, Consulting Physician ; L. G. Warran, Secretary, assisted by a mil corps of eminent Physicians. The usual courtesy extended to the regular profession. ja-idws etm 11 L'aTHJ Ur i n TlfL'IICVu UV i -..it s A,a-. ii.. if i..'.Ali 1 , t'lutx 1 Jefferson siieei, kive; i; Si. and I ibird streets, LouUviile, Ky., etabiirtfael lKk, and chartered by the Legislature of Ken tucky, 161, " lor the treatment of ali diseases of the urinary and generative organs of both sexes," including spermatorrbea or semtnal weakness from early errors, gonorrhea, gleet, stricture, varicocele, s philis in all its stages aflVca-ioiis of ti:e Ui'iucji tind hhuldtr. and the diseases of women. A medical pamphlet, containing sixty large pages aud numerous Illustrations on a new method of treating the above diseases with out mercory, and important advice on mar riage, etc., sent under soal for cents. A varlx clasp, warranted to cure varicocele in four da vs- Dries 12ft: sent to anv address. Also agents for 1 -ewee's Female Kegulatlug fins, warrameu lo remove irreguiaruies, eic ; price at office, or by mail, 92. A full assort ment of bandages and trusses always on hand. Male sheaths, superior quality : single one 1 1 or $5 per dosen. Address, OA LEWIS UKA l DISPENSARY, no IS TooiHViU. Kv JOB PRINTING. FRANKLIN WW PRINTING HOUSE 15 COURT STREET. KEEP PACE WITH THE TIMES ! Immense Arrival of New Material 1 Five Lightning Job Presses 1 Large Additions in Lithographic and Gothic Types! Beautiful New Book Faces in Picas and Nonpareils I Rich and Elegant Engravings, Cuts, Emblems and Vignettes 1 Every kind of Business represented ! Endless Variety of Cards and Papers I A Complete Job Printing House 1 aw" The proprietor takes occasion to again call tho atteiillon of the Merchants and Busi ness Men t! Memphis to his facilities for tilling orders Tor every description of Mu OaJrnu Fhinti.no required in the Office or Conn ting-room. The most perfect satisfaction will be given In every instance, and Pricks shall bi low a.m. oiroKv. Orders respectfully sollcted. S. C. TOOF,. noil Proprietor. LEGAL NOTICES. Non-Resident Notice. No. 3, N. B m llif fhanccry Court of Mera- pUis, TdnOesnef.B'i0iln F. Ball v. Hog gin, Trader A Holt et M. IT Hppparlui; from aflldaTlt In this eaiiHe thai tbe il-feiiil:nts. P.. W. K Holt, Jui;ie M. 4lotKlD and Eurliil Borland are non-resl-dcuUuf HieSlateofTet iiewwe: It In thi refore ordered. That they make their arjearHiir. herein, at the I'nartuoo;. lo thu city of Memphis. Term., on or before tbe first Monday In Marrh, li70. and plead, snswer or demur lo i;oiiilaiiaiitfi BUI, or the name will he taken for confessed an to them, and set for hearing exparte; and Miat s copy of this or der be published once s week, for four suc ceRlve weekH, In the Memphis Appeal. A Ciipy Attest, AlHJUSTON ALSTON, Olerk and Master. By ft. J. Black, leputy f'lcrk ar.d Master. Kates A Jaekson. Sola lor Complainant. laSD Bill for Divorce. law Court of Memnhiit S. J. Collins, Plain tiff, vs. Thomas ft. Collins, Defendant. Clkkk'h urrica. January 13. 170. AFFIDAVIT having been made In this case that the defendant is a non-resident oi the State of Tennessee : It Is therefore ordered, That Raid defendant appear at the courthouse in the city of Mem phis, Tenn., on or before the aeend Monday lu February next, and defend this suit, or the same will be taken for confessed a lo him. and the case aet for hearing exparte; and tltt a eopy of this order be pnblished once a week, for lour consecutive weeks, in the Mem phis Appeal. V.-opv: ALFBED MATTHIAS, Clerk. J. B. Robertson. Att'y for Plaintiff. JaI7 ATTACHMENT. State of Tcnneftsee, Shelby county, s.; Oalbreath, Stewart 4 Co. I Before Hume F. vs. Hill, J. P., In and AV. S. Berry. J for said connty. VFFIDAVIT havlnf? been made, and bond given, and attachment having been Is sued, as required by law in attachment cases, and the same having been duly returned, served by garnishment, etc, and defendant not found, it is therefore ordered Hist said defendant appear before me, at my office In the city of Meinpni-. KnelBJ county, Tenn., on tho 10th day of March, 167r, at 10 o'clock a.m.,8Bsl make- defen..' to ssid suit, or the snine will be tried ex :.rte, nuil that a copy of this order bo published iu the Memphis Ai-ekiAL for four consecutive weeks. HUMK F. HILL, J. P. B P. ASPEBSOIT. Atfy for Plt'f. ' feb8 Attachment Suit, State of Tennessee, Stelby connty. Before Thomas B. Myuatt, J ustice or the Peace in and lor said county. Davis Baueh vs. P. a Harrell. FFIDAVIT having beoi made and bond liiven as requir .1 by law, an. e.t!;-..-ii-meiit having been Lshud and returned be.ore me, levied, etc.. ou th- property of dei. nd ar.t, and defendant not to be found in my coontv: It is therefore ordered. That the said de fendant appear before iae, at my office, in toe ci'.y of Memphis, Shelby county, Teunesse-, on the 4th day of February, 170, at 10 o'clock a.m.. and make deieuae to said suit, or the same will be tried exparte: and that a copy of this notice be puiVLshed In the Memphis Appeal for four success, ve weeks. THOH. B. MYNATT, !. P. Jannary 5, 1S70. tail ATTACHMENT. state of Tennessee, Shelby county, ss. : Q. U. Flood Co.") vs. -Before 8. A. Moore, J. P., Asa Hodges. ) in and for said county. AFFIDAVIT having been made, and bond given, ami attaehiaent having been is sue.', as required by law in attachment cast s, and the same having been duly returned, erred by garnishment, etc , and delete! anl Ml found, it Is tnereiore ordered that, -aid defemlant appear before me. at my office in the crty of Memphis, Shelby county. Tenn., on ihe 7th day of arch, 170, at 2 o'clock p.m., hoi! make defense to sihi suit, or the same wiii re tried ri parte, anil that n ropy of this order be published in Hie Memphis Ai-pfal for four consecutive weeks. S. A. M )i UE, J. P. B. P. AjintK-so.s, Atfy for Plt'f. febS Attachment Suit. State of Tennessee. Stelby county. Before Hume F.Hill, Justfceof loe PeaceiDaml fur said county Smith, Neel 4 Co. vs. Wm. Kate. F1 DAVIT having been made and bond given, and attackir ent having be Q ... sued, a- tequired by law in attachment cases, and tiie same having been dnly returned levied upon five bales cot-ton" as the prop erty of the defendant, aud defendant not be ing found: It is therefore ordered That sai,l defendant appear bei'ore me, at my office. In the ci!y of Memphis, connty of Shelby, State of Ten nessee, ou the V3d day cf February, 1870. at 10 o'clock a.m., and make defense to said suit, or tiie same will be tried exparte; and that a copy of this order be published in the Mem phis Appeal for four couseeni i ve weeks. lU'MK r. HILL, Ja2l Justice ofhe Peace. Administrator's Notice. THE County Court of Shelby having granted me letters testamentary on the estate of John L. Morgan, deceased, I hereby u.tiiy ali persons who hold claims agaiust said estate lo presenutheiu to me forthwith. W. Ii. KA1NKY IS Madison St. February 10. 1S70. lebll Billiard Tables Sale. KFACLT having been made iu the eondi- l.ongoni.lti, to me as truMee, i:ted loth June, A.D. 1S0, recorded iu Register's ofice ol Shelby county, Tenuesse-e, Book 1 of Chattel Mortgy&ts, pages 5s U- 6S, on Friday. 25th Day of February, A.O., 1870. At the Crystal Palace Saloon, Memphis, I will sell, to the highest bidder, for cash., the following prcierty, named in said Trust Deed, under suthoilty herein namM. viz: Six new medinm-size Biltlard Tables of make J. M. Itruuswlck A Bros., Nos, MM tcniom), 4112,41. .4liu,4li:0 and 411 1 ibeiug iour- pot-ket fables), together rith their cues, balls, counters, rests and cover? , now at said sah.ou. MV C. A. ..'Ih .V : I Administrator's Notice. 1HAVE this day hlel vouchers, iu a nartia my accounts arid settlement of the ugh. deceased, with estate of James Kimbrc the Can ot I lie Count v "Court of Shelby county, and will ask, at t as next term of the . ouri. iiiat tue same oe flrme.1. a hen and where alloacd sod con any person lntor- ested in the same may all objections. If anv they ha HUSKY T. eud and enter tbeir ve. JOXE8. Adm'r uues Kimbrougn. t:i2l of Kslaie of Jannarv Ml Is7. Attachment Suit. Municipal Court of the City Mcmnhis. R. S. Taylor and P. C Taylor, Urrn ol K. M Taylor x Co , Phiiutitls. vs. P. M. Motgan and W. K. Baker, surviving partners of John Mc C1c'!m:i a Co., DefetMtaafa. VFMDAVIT tor aitact.ment having iieen made lu this case in pursuance o: section Siio of the Code ol Tennessee, and attaehii.. at having been Issued and returned by the proper officer " levied, et;.," ou the property ol the dek udants: It is theiefore ordereil. That said defendant appear at the Municipal Courtroom, in the city of Memphis, 1'enn., ouor before the first Tuesday in March next, and defend this suit, or the same will be tafcen IbeeqaMai .i as to them, sod tire case set tor hearing i x parte: aud that a copy ol this order be pub lished once a week, tor four consecutive weeks. In the Memphis a ppeal. A copy : FRANK TA FT, Clerk. By R F. Boswkll. 1. C. ; vis . u y;iu, Alt Vs lor Pit -is. aV EDUCAfiONAL. MEMPHIS FEMALE COLLEGE, No. 282 Adams Street. THE SPR1NU SESSION BEGINS ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7tb, '70. The course of Instruction Is thorough and extensive.ln all the ill pal lllliwls For further informati'iu send for circular. WILLIAM CAKKOLL. A.M.. lam :i :: pa I . WANTED AGENTS. tf O CO PEE MONTH, to sel) Hie unly Urs- tnD) L'liiK lMfKOVS.U ('OlIMON SK.VSK Family Kb-ing Mac hi Mi Price okly SIM. .Urest inducenients to agents. This Is the most popular Sewing Machine of the day makes the famous " Llastic Lock Stlch ;" will do any kind of work that au be done on any machine. ii-,uu sold, and the demand con stantly increasing. Now Is the time to take fit: agency. S.ud for circclars. mwBewttre oj imririytTs.-h Address SKCOMB A IX)., lioa lon. Mass.; Pittsburg, Pa.; or Hi. Louis, Mo. mi i To Delinquent Subscribers To the Capita! Stock of the Shelby County Agricultural Society. THE attention of dulinqaent subscribers of slock to the Shelby County Agricultural, Mechanical and Horticultural Society is hereby called to the folloivln;; order, passed by ihe Board of Directors, at. their last regu lar meeting on February i. 1H70, viz: 'That the President be authorize. 1 to place into the hands ol a coin?teut attorney, for collection, all claims for bnlances due on sub scriptions of stock to said company, after giving notice, lu the- ddily papers, for oue week, that said course will be pursued." Tbe Board are determin.Hi that good faith shall be kept with the creditors of the com pany; and, to avoid the alternative of bring ing snit. it is hoped Uiat ail delinquents will promptly respond, within one week, by call ing at the office of the Hecretarv, No. 'I Court lUilldlug, aud settling tueli- liabilities. After that time, these claims will be placed in the hands of an attorney for osllectlun. LEON. TKOt'siiALK, Secretary. P. S From aud alter thli dale these claims will be loujil iu the hands of Messrs. Marye A Tresevant, attorneys at law. No. 2u Madison street, w here tho parties ale requested to call and make settlement. llebKl L. s. 4 rr 'I'O THE WORKING CLASH.-We are now I prepared to lurulsh all classes with con stant employment at homo, the whole of the time or Sir the sj.are moment. " new.light aiid proiiiable. r.Moa of either sex easily earn from SOc lo 5 pr evening, and h proportional sum ay devoting then whole time to tbe business. Uu aud girls earn nesrlt as murh as men. That ail who see this notice may send their address and lest the business, we make this unparalleled of er Tu such as are not weli satisfied, w will send $i to pay for the trouble of writing, tall particulars, a valuable sample, whivh wi U do to commence work on, and a copy of THk P0PLK'8 I ITKKAKV COJLeASJtOS OUe Of the largest and best family newspapers pub lished, all seut free by mall. Header, If you want permanent, proataMe work, address K. C. ALLEN CO., Augusta, Main. jaUU LEGAL NOTICE. Supreme Court Sate. s , in ii. I Tat et si., vs. Iwls Selby et sL HY vlrtueof the decree pronounced in this cause by the Supreme Court of Tennessee, at Its April Term, I&is, I will ou Thursday, 3d day of March, 1870, Between 11 o'clock am. and VI m., in front of the i ircuit and Couuty Courthouse door, cor ner Cnion and .Second streets, in the city of Memphis, sell In t wo or more lots, the north ern part of IstNo. 17 of the KerrSntslU IsfOB. near the city of Memphis, containing 14-lMi acres, and fronting on 'irigg avenue, about half a mile Southeast of the state Female College and the Klmwood terminus of the stn-.-t railroad, marked T. H. Tate " on Kuck er's map; framed residence ol seven rooms, and several outhouses on the place. The ground is rich and lies beautifully for other improvements. Iekms. A credit of six and thirteen months will be given, with bond and approved surety, and a lien retained. A plat of the ground will be exhibited at the sale. J.NO. L. BROWN, Clerk. R. J. Morgan. W. L. Scott. Solicitors. febl Marshal's Sale. BY vlrtne of an execution to me directed from the Municipal Court of Memphis in favor of Sparrel Hill, Adm'r, etc. and against William Fellows, judgment on the 17th day of July, ls6!l. for ilOU) (a), besides costs of suit, I will sell, to the highest hidder, for cash. In frout of tbe courthouse door of the Municipal Court, on Wednesday, the 22d Day of February, 1870, Between the legal hours of sale, the following described real estate ro-wtt: Beginning at a point on the south side of Adams street. In the city of Memphis, Shelby county, Tenn., ninety feet east of the southeast intersection of said street with Main street; thence east fifty-eight feet six inches to an alley; thence sonth with said alley eighty-six feet; thence west parallel with Adams street fifty eight teet i-lx inches; thence north eighty six leet to the beginning together with all tue appurtenances therein belonging, levied on ns the property of defendant, Wll'Iam fellows, and sol.! to satisfy the foregoing judgment, interest and costs. M. r. BALL, Marshal M. C. M. Stephens 4 SMii;h, Attorneys for Plalntifl. February 2, b"0. feb2 TRUSTEE S SALE BY vlrtno of trat ded executed to me by Wm U. Waldr. n. on thf nth ay of April, lirj9, aod duty reemded ia the Kgiter"tt orace for the county of ttnelby, ind tate of Tn ntsnet. in book No. 7J, i n- I IW, and for the porposeof paving the following debU there lu HienLi(iied, to-wit: Oue to W. tl. iireenluw. for the sum offtMBt HKMBMUM one hundred and sixt' nine luu dottai , mi evidenced by note, due December 1'TU. HBBu with Interest, and one other (U bt due to i-;. M. Apperson. as Kxt'cutor o; Wade H. Bolton, deceased, evi denced by prombiHory note made May if, l-rfc, and payable on the 21 24th May, ItSi.'D, for the sum of nineteen thouaarfu five hundred dol i .i r inlsiiotp lias a credit of two thousand dollars, paid Jane ltt, 1&66 I will, on Tuesday, lha 8th day of March, 1870, In front of thf WaMrfll Block. nd npnn the premises, between the Itoarsof lOu'clock a.m. and 2 o'clock p ni., sell at public auction. Lo the highest bidder for ca ib, I be following des cribed tracts pare la or lota uf land, wim the iuiprovemt i.ts iii-Tcm, ly it-1;. U-ini; and -it-uatcd in Hit city of Meinphb-t county of Shtl Iy, and - of Tennessee, ar.d bounded as follows, Ue-wit : Beginning on the east side ot Main atjeet, oue hundred and fifty .! f- et, north of Liudtyi .street, running thence east ward, pa ral t-d witn LJntien stret on hun dred and seventy-five IT-") feet to the west aide of Mulbeiiy street, tbeuce uortuwardty with .Mulberry street seventy-eight and one half T8) eet to a stake, thence westwardly, parallel with I iuden street, one hundred and seventy-live (!.. feet, lo tbe east side of Main street, thenar southwardly witti the east side of Main sUeel seventy -eight and one-half i7H'..! feet to the beglanin-; the same heina tlMlot upon wh.ch thu Waldran Block is sit uated. A is. ail t:-:e rlzht, title. Interest and estate which Ihesaid Waldran has conveyed lo me in ti ust,ln the foIlwine described lot of land, ..jtii.ifrid in the city, county and State afore said, aud bouiuitu as lolluws: Jkginning at the northwest corner ot the MempMs and 'harleston rai'lrf:.d depot grounds and fro.t ingon Adams street one hundred and ninety -ciijht 1 1!) fer;t, to the corner of Charles Job n ston's ht, thnce south four i.l) degree? east, two hundred and sixteen feet to a stake, thence south seventy degrees and fifteen minutes west, two hundred and forty-seven '217 feet to a lake in lU center of tbe rail road track, ttience along said track three hundred and oik 301) feel to the beginning, beiac the same lot upon which Is sltnateti ti.e rlmrleston cotton pr-ris, owned by ths-siid W.B. Waldrt and George Uill, und-r the firm name of Waldran A OiII, which said lot Is held by them under a teise from the Mem phis atid Charleston U-tiirowl l'onpany, by which tbe term bean on the first day ot Oc tober, bb7, and is to end oi the autb day of Hepteinber, 1-VT2, at an annual rent of one tlmusjiiid oollatB, payable quarterly, with the privilege to the lesse- s of rtmoving any lm proveinents put by them on said preBalaes. The Utle to tbe.ioregolug described property is believed to be perfect, but I convey only as trustee. fee; W. MMSMU'K, Trustte. Trustee's Sale of Valuable Farm Land, OH MONDAY JMARCH 7, 1870, AT Til E SALESROOM OP ttOYSTKR. TKEZEVANT A CO., northeast corner of Main and Jetlerson streets, Memphis, I will, as Trustee, sell to the highest bid der for cash the folio wing property, conveyed to me bv Jas. T. Willis, dew, January 1st, 186!, to secure certain indebtedness therein speci fied, now due and un paid, to-wit: Ninety -five and elghty-fou one-hundredth acres of land in ltith Civil district. Shelby county Tennes see, being part of lot No. 2 of Kirk's subdivis ion of U. Buntvn's tract, beutnnius in soui h boundary line of K. S. Lo wry, two chains Cl'.y links west from BOBthMSt ffiret of said Ijowry's trai't, ;;,pii-c otitii m chains links, thence we-t -Ji chains 75 links, thence noi i ii chalns.ct links. Lhence east 2f chains 7i lluks to begin n tug. Hour of sale taetween eleven o'clock, a.m. and one o'clock, p m. fob JOHN T. TRtZKV ANT, Trustee. TRUST SALE. BY virtue of a Deed of Tmst executed by Mrs. M. M. J. Douglass, on the nth day of March, Ifii", lu seeure the payment of a cer t;iiu prOBalasorv nou'. therein mentioned aud described, and aliic'i deed Is recorded in Book No. t of Records of Deeds aud Trust Mortgages and Cntraets. pages No. :t:n. 'M0 and HI, of Hie 1'iobate Clerk s office, of the county of Der-olo and .Slate of Mlssiasif pi, 1 will, on WEDNESDAY, 16th of MARCH, Between the hoars of 12 m. and 2 p.m., in front of the ecMBtilKMM door in the town of Heniattilo. in ruiinty ant : it.- above men tioued, prweedtosell,at public outcry, tite li.'shest bidder e&&, ti.t- property wm ortbed and deslgnatev! in said deed or trut, as follows, to-wit: All rhat part of north-eat ) quarter-seetlou twenty-three Sk town bhip two (2). rajige eKttt (H), weist of the bari.4 meridian ot tli Chickasaw ncssion, lying M0t ol the Mississippi and Tennessee ltail- r-.,...i Mitituinln.r ...... I ! .....I acres. Title bc;;cvtd lo be good, thogii oulv convey an trustee. Iebt2 0 ft CLAV, Trustee. County Court Sale of Land. Kelirtiary Term, li7u.--J. J. Woods and Mary Wottds TS tieorkla. Dora and Martha Ham- ner Petition for sale of land. Ctider and i.y virtue "t order of resale, male in the a Loire entitled cause at the No vemi,. i ;.erui,!Si,of thecoirnty Courtof Shel by county, Tennessee, I will proceed to sell, at public auction, before the courthouse door, lu the el' y of Memphis, on MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1870, Between the hours of 10 o'clock a.m., and 4 p.m., the following described tract of land, containing oue huudreu and five 1 1051 acres. lying In the eleventh surveyor's district of stietriv county, and s.rate ol reuiiessee. tin the south side of Wolf river: Beginning at a stake with post-oak pointer, in the northwest ertr vl two haudred acre tract entcjeu tu the name of Wm. Law rence; thence south 25 chains and 30 links to a stake with an elm pointer; thence west 3 chains aud 11 lluks to a stake with white-oak and sweetgiim pointers; thence son1;1, il chains and ill links to a staku with two red oak pointer; tiituee east J chains and 11 links to a stake with sweet sum Dointer. theuce north 10 chains to a stake with gum and elm pointers; thence west 35 chaius to tbe beginning. Terms af Sale Oue-tbtnl cash; balance, on a credit of one aud two years, with Interest; purchaser executing notes, wit h approved se curity, a lien being retained ou the laud for the defer re. i payments, JOHN LOAGUE, Clerk. By ihknai;.. Coll, Deputy Clerk. feblO Attachment Notice. Southworth 4 Thayer ) Before Hume F.Hi'.!. vs. Jnsticeof the Peace L. Doyle, J for Shelby connty. VW KT of Attachment having been served out against the estate of L. Doyle, and the same having been duly returned, levied, etc., lu such crises, and affidavit having been made before me that the defendant is a non resident of tiie state of Tennessee, it is there fore ordered that be appear tiefqre me, or some of tier .lusl!'e pi the Peace, at my office, lu the city of Memphis, upon the 7th day of March, 1", at 10 o'clock a.m., and plead, an swer or demur to said attachment, or the same will be tried ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published onoe a week for lour consecutive-weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. Ht'ME F. HILL, feM Justice of tbe Peace for Khelby co. Non-Resident Notice. No. 4135 in the Chancery Court uf Memphis. Tennessee P. M. Morgan vs. W. F. Baker and others. IT appearing from, affidavit In this cause I that the defendants. W. F. Baker and P. M. Morgan are non-residents of the State of Tennessee : It is therefore ordered, That trier make their appearance: herein, at the Courthouse In the city of Memphis, Tenn., on the first Monday In April, 18711, and plead, answer or demur lo complainant IX of B. A. Shaw bill, or the same will be taken lor confessed as to them. and set for bearing exparte; and that a copy of this order la- published ouce a week, for four successive weeks, lu the Mem- phAlurj5roN ALSTON, CU-rk aud Master. By it J Black. Deputy Clerk and Master, febll Administratrix Notice. ALL persons having claims against the es tate of P. H. Helnrlcb will present tbem. duly authenticated to me or nv Attorneys, estcoit & iam. make immediate s persons Indented wtil mient witn me or my ) iSeeoud street. 1E1N KICH, Adm'rx. IsvS said Attorney N aSBuu January 2i. HI Administration Notice. LETTERS ol administration upon the es ta te . fM argaret Boy er, deceased, having been granted to me, all persons having claims against said estate are notiaed'tbat they must present their claims, within the time prescribed by law, or they will be for ever barred; all persons indebted to said es tate must make immediate settlement. ja20 TH0. W. HOLBT, AUm'r. LEGAL NOTICES. Trustee's Safe. BY' virtue of a ileed of trust executed to me by John II Waggoner, ton tbe 1st day of April. to se cure tbe payment of certain promissory nut. s iber.-lu described, snd wlileh said deed Is of record In Uik Kt'ulsler's office of Shelby county. Teiini-s... , . hi Ke. onl Book No. (Hi, part a, pages ZJ and 38, 1 will, on Thursday, March 10, 1870, between th" hours of 10 an.) VI o'clock, s.ro., in front of the i'tor of Koyster, Tres.'x'ani A Co eoruer fif Main and Jeirr.rmm lre-u In tbe city of Memphis, proceed to sell, to the highest bidder, for cash, at pnhlic nnctlon, the projerty described in FaM de-.l nr trust, co-wit. : A certain tract of land lyinit and be ing in the connty of Shelby and Siuur of Tea nessee, about one mile east of the city of MempLts boun.i.-d as follow.: Btginnli.g at the northeast comer of lot No. 15, In snb .11 vision '. fn the oartltton of the estate of A. It. i arr, at a stake in Pbieon Hoost Road, north M degrees, east &! links from a poplar marked I, and thence south JU chains 91 links lo a slake, degrees west. 151 links from a poi.lar marked H. ttaenc nort h 5 degrees. wcmi 7 cbaln S4 links to P. Hertand's line thence north 2b chains sit links to Pigeoii Koost Road; ibence sooth ".7 degrees, aast beginning with tbe ! name prop wife to ii Monlgom? deiillitiOli H. Wagg.Hier. Ite- elieveo to be good, )HNS( is. Trustee. ralved. but I convey onlj Chancery Sale on Monday, February 28, 1870. No. loitt Chancery Thorn as Peacock vs. Sal lie M. Thomas et aL BY virtu of an Interlocutory decree in this cause, I will sell, at public aoetlon, to the highest bidder, in front of the ( lerk and Master s ..rtlee, in lb. .-its. ... Menu nm. on Mouday, February aLlsTil. within legal huurs. the following rw.1 estate, to-wlt: Lying and bring in the connty of Shelby and State of Tennessee, near tli" ci:y of Mem phis, being part of a 15-ecre trad, formerly belonging to the heirs ot Craven Peyton, de ceased, and known upon the plan of subdi vision of sard 13 sores, made by E. MrDavitt, James T. Leoth aud James B. Cook. Commis sioners, (which said pUn is recorded In tbe Kesrister's orUce in !' ly. pages to JV1 inclusive), as Lou "os. H and IS, and boundisi as follows: Beginning at the northeast cor ner of Lot 45, at a point where Peyton avenue intersects sjafbiraus ireef tiience west wardly with the south side al KafTarans street LB feet to an alley IS feet wide; lhence southwardly Ui fet lo the southwest corner oi Lot Xo.; thence eastwardly on a line parallel with Satfsrans street to the west side of Peyton avenue: lhn 'e northwardly with the west side of Peyton avenue luu feet to the beginning. Including both said lots, each of wbich have a front of 50 feet on Pey ton avenue, and runs back westwardly be tween parallel lines 1 feet to a 16-feet alley. Texas of Sa i.e. One third cash, balance on a credit of six and twelve months, notes with security bcai retained till payaieut f t A. A LogTPood, Mlcoa A Yov CompiAiuunt e money, and M. ilturs for Trustee s Sale. BY vlrtne of two TVds In Truot, made to roe by A. M. Ftncuson one made on the .'kl dayot January, lstm, and r-Nnlfd tu the Heglsler I oiiH-e or Shcii eottJfcty, Tennessee, In Book'oti, pait It, pajni C Sand i74: ana the other made on trie 22d rfanr of Febrn- urv l.-HS nntl ittitv r-iriltfl In -h (UuKtur orfir foriifIb mmnly. Tennessee, iu Keeunt book, tri. pave t' t'ii 4, in- tiri of which was made to weeure tin: payment ul a note for 95, 1-'. and the latter made lo se cure the payment of a note forSSlW, both payable to Fatrick oToole: and. wl.c.va-i, said uoles were not protuptiy p.itd at mata- rny, ?uu navtnif :-eu r-; !: s 'o it-.. oy Bridget 1 OoU . Adiulnl-tralrfx of sid Fat rick UToole, now dtfcenaed, 1 will, on Saturday, the 2oiii Day of February. 1870, In Frot t of the Circuit C'ourtnwni. on the corner of Unlu and Second trceta, in the elry of Memphis, seF, to the highest bidder. ' " ! en L'.t- oi;ftiw't corner of Beal and I-Hto sirtrt.s, fmutliiir. on Bew tr.-:t sixty i t-et. aud raunuig oack MOatfe between parallel lines, onii l.undrcd and twenty 4.120 feet, and now fully and particu larly osn!jeo in sail i rnsi i -et'ti, rntro:ea in Book ob". pages 72, 47 . and 474, and to which reference Is here matte. At the same time and iIare I will also sell. to the high en t bidtler, for cash, the following described lot, beginning at a stake oue hun dred and thirty 'live l-"w tet outh irom tbf- south line of Beat stre-t. and running ttien-- ith with tle wrrst line of Defioio atrrnt thiriy 1 & f -t; Uiciic; at sr. one tiundi ed u-f fifty 150! feet; tbeuce north thirty (3U, eet lo the sooth Mde of an al'ey: hvuxee'eas wltn the sonth linofaid sdiey one t.nndred and fifty 11501 ie?t lu the btrginning, beirg the same lu, deLi iU-u in Trust Lured, rtn-rrrde-.! in ittok &1T paes 17J. 474 and 47 j, and u w: ich reference Ik here ;it -.dc. The sale will be made tetwetu ihe hoars of 10 o'clock a. in. and 2 o'clock p m. The equity of redemption is Ppecislly waived in said Trust iivtiU, and tho title is oe lievtd to be good, but I only convey as Trus tee. EUURHK MAOKVNEY. Trnstee. Hansen, Swtngley k XaAhleilt Att'ys. feb.i Iaw4w County Court Sale cf Land. W. U. Monorii-f uml wUt aiul oth-rs vs. Tohn H. aud Virginia U. Suunderliu Petition for Sale of IM TM'EK and vlrtut of n .leoree of sale. J mode lu Ihe above stated ease, at tiie February Arm, Ism. of the l onntyi onrt of Shelby county, Tennes.-Pe, I -lli proetd lo sell, belore the eoartlioose door, in Ihe city of Memphis, on Monday, March 7. 1870, Between the hours of 10 i o'clock p-ln.. at public auct k am. and 4 o tbe lilshest an. i oesi moaer, ine idttowing describe.! tract of land, lying and being in Shelby oountv: Beginning at a slake southwest corner of" a iM'i-acre entry, rnnuir.g aonh 31 chains IA links to a biae'eoak marked W. S. In theouth boundary of a s! acre entry ; thence east at chai' s 50 links to a stake In Wilson we-t boundary line of a 'J0li seres tract; thence south with said line II chain CO links to a stake the northeast coiner of Smith's occu pant; thence west HI chains 7. links to a stake, hickory snd wlnteoak pointers, north west corner of said occupant; thence south 10 chains to a stake, blackgum and maple pointers; thence west j chains to a stake and postoak marked W. s. ; thence east li chains SO links to the beginning as) acres, more or less. Tkrms or Salb. -One-third cash, and the balance In tqnal instalments, at one and two years time, taking nous with security, bear ing interest from date, and retaining a lien on the land for the deferre 1 payments. The above laud lies !n the Ninth Civil Dis trict, at t-.r ..ear Flsbervllle, ou which is eretited a one two-stoty frame b-iildtns con taining six looms; also, a good niubouse and gin, and a very good gristmill, with all the noeessary outh'.m' . logeHwi with an excel lent peach and apple orchard. JOHV LOAtSUE, Clerk. By Eeh.vaed Coll. 1. C. feblo Non-Resident Notice. N.O. 13. N. B In the Chancery Conrt of Memphis, Tennessee. J no. Itendcr vs. Mary Wilman et ai. IT appearing from affhlavi the defendant William 1 of Alabama, aud a nou-res anse that a citizen the State Of Teunesseo. It is therefore ordered. That he make his appearance herein, at the courthouse In the crty of Memphis, Tenn.. on r before 'he ttrst Monday lu April, 1S7M, aud pleau, answer or demur to complainants bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to him, and set for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of this or der be published once a week, for four suc cessive weeks, in the Memphis App-.ii. AUQUSTOK ALSTON, Clerk and Master. A copy attest: By K. J. Black. DepntvClerk and Master. Westcott Staid, solicitors for Complain ant, mmm Attachment Suit. State oi Tennessee, Shelby county. Before Hume F. Hill. Justice ot ihe Peace in and lor said county. Jones, Brown k Co. vs. T. B. Turner. VFFIDAVIT having been made and bond given, and aitaebment having been is sued, as required by law in attachment cases, and the same having been duly returned " levied: " U is therefore ordered. That said defendant appear before me, at my office, in the city of Memphis, couuty of siielby. State of Ten nessee, on the J.sth day of Mareii, iS7u. at 10 o'clock a.m.. and make defense to said suit, or the same will be tried ejparte; anil that a copy of this order be published lu tbe Mem phis Appeal for lour eonsecut.nT1 weeics. HUME F. HILL, feb!7 Jusllee of the Peace. Assignee's Sale. LTNDER ami by virtue of a general order ; issued from the I '.strict t.'ourt of the United Stat for the Pistr'ct of Went Tennes see, ou the isth day of December, lSti8t I v, :,!, On the 4th day of March, 1870, At 12 m.. sell to the highest bidder, for cnh, the following described real estate, to-wit: Designated on the plan of Hill's subdivi sion 01 land, in the fourteenth Civil District .f Hhelby couuty, an like north half of Lot No. nrty-one. fronting on the west side of Suaette street. li!t-one it. t. and exteudiuit weetward for depth, between parallel lines, one hundred and eighty ft, to the alley midway between Musette and Walnui streets. . . Theaaidlot being a part of the estate ..f J. seph H. t hoate. iu bankruptcy, and to be sold by me as Assignee of HIe.,H i'.' 'Vr, rupt, tn front of the I'ulwo . aleH yiatri four'-house, according tn law in sucn cases provided. Ten per oeuiuui ut the purchase money will be required at the time of sale. Also, at the same time and place, I will sell tbeiiiterest of said Choate in the oopartder ship assets of tbe late firm of Citoate 4 Co: Terms of sale, etc., the same as of the real estate. febZ tIKOR'iE ARNOLD. Assignee. BANKRUPT SALE. BY vlrtne of a general order of sale entered by the District Court ot the United Stat.-s for the District of West Tennessee, on the lith day of January, Ui7U, 1 will proceed to sell, ou Saturday, March 5, 1870. To the high ash, at the door of the United sea room, at 10 o'clock a.m.. u aud Interest, legal and eq longed lo Geo. W. Trotter, date of nllug his petition and to the iullowitig pers. win AH the bills 01 excha issory notes, securities, at accounts, choaes in action, lar the personal etfei'ts a bankrupt of every kind an Also, the interest of the of said Job. in the following. real estate: One certain traet of lsnd in Drew county. Arkansas, containing S52i acres, more or less ; also, one eertal n tract of land in I 'ralg nead county, Arkansas, euntainiug SBe ,icres, more or leas, WM. McG. fealO daw Asirhpiee. Carolina Life OF MEMPHIS, Hon. JEFFERSON M. J. WICKS, 1st Vice-President. W. F. BOYLE, Secretary Assets over : : : Annual Income over PRINCIPAL OFFICE-No. mm- It la with mnch pleasure the Manager, ad the public their congratulations on its sci tlon and future prospects. Policies issued on reier me general public lo our policy holders. XX. 13. BTJTiKTiBY, Ipoolal Aeont. ENDERS' Valuable Remedies ! 96 08 B. P. 13 ZKTJD ZEUS' CHILL CURE B Y the use of Enders Chill Cure d from the system; bat antee them not to return, and leave -ecretiun t a neal The taste of Es siven more universal s:itiMartion In o tirt a t:me. If thedireeiwn- u it Invariably curt; and to any responsible peison, who will gve it a fa we will chevrtuily retuud tbe money. Kuders' Chill Cure 1 uo quack, remetly; UM Inventor i a regular and lils diploma bang in bis office. A dose taken once a day during tl a perfect saesnad 3 gainst chill, and every tiuiiy living tu a tiiaiariu to keep bottle tn their hone. To sum up in tw wuria: We have caae of Its failure to core, and Wt can solely .nay to tbe public that it IH3V33E:rLS' stomach bitters, The most popular Bitters now in use. It cares Kidney Uiseae. re-;orw strength and spps tite, makes new blood, bnltus up weak and e-nfeebied fxanie. For tema.e weakness it is onsnr passed. As a Beveraae it tuts no equal. m9 For Salt by DniygisU and general Sorekeepert erentciere.mt Z4T We offer Merchants and Liniji.-,td splendid inducements to sell these Medicines. E1VDBTIS cs ROSS, Bolo ITropr'a, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS Faduoah, Xlontucliy. The above Medicines are for sale, at Wholesale and Hetail, by C. C. WARD & BRO., AXD W. W. 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