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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL - FRIDAY, M AY 6, 187Q.
FINANCE AND TRADE. Omci of the Daily Appeal, 1 tlMPBUi, May 5, 1870. FINANCE. There was do material change in money matters. Kxchange is in good supply, and rates are steady at V4 prem. In Stocks and Bonds there is little doing. A lot of 426 shares of Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock was offered during the day at 41c, and it was thought that 40r would have bought. Memphis City Sixes are dull and nominal; 43c would proba bly be the best figures obtainable. Tennessee Money is quiet at TOTlc buying, selling at 7 . a 7 .. . County War rants are in demand at ; buying, selling at H0(slc and 82c. City buying at 734a75c, selling at 7o(a.SOe as to amount, tiold is in light demand, and dealers buy X under New York rates, while they sell at over. Governments in New York closed to day as follows: Bonds of 1881 116' 6-30 Bonds of 18S2 Ill fa fr-20 " 1M64 HUN.Or- m-70 " 1H6S ,110gi i,i " Woo, new 112;.ft 6-30 " W87, " - llS'i 6-ao " vm, u us1. ( 10-40 Bonds 107 - Pacific Sixes 11- -. Kail road and Ei press shares at the close were unsettled, as follows: Canton 71 ? Western Union Telegraph Co Quicksilver Pacific Mail Adams Express "'' Wells, Fargo A Co. Express I7S American Express. 41 United States Express. HH New York Ceutral 98' I New York Central Scrip Ohio and Mississippi Certificates 37."; Erie .- 23-'-t Heading 102 M ichigan Cen t ral 1 Mkbigau .Southern XB Illinois Ceutral 14)'i Cleveland and Pir.burg 1:, Chicago and Northwestern si Chicairo and Northwestern Preferred Ml 1 - Rock Island JTTt t. raui pt JSt. Paul preferred WB I TUe New York Jvurnal of Commerce educes the fiolluwing propositions from the lsw In relation U the cancelling of stamps: 1. Any stamp, of any denomination, may be canceled by writing on it with a peu; and where this is done, no other caucellstion is required. ft, All stamps (except proprietary stamps! which are valued at cents, or less, may be canceled by sny form of im pression that has on it Che date aud uauie t the parties using it. Thus, the old stamp machines so long in use, may un applied to stamps ou checks, receipts, power of attorney, etc., the same as ever. 3. For all stainjis in schedule B over If cents in value, one of the lour new machines sanctioned by Commissioner Delano must be used, or i which will do just ss well! I the stamp must be canceled by pen sod ink with the hand. The peddler of cancelling machines who tells people that the purchase and use of that particular patent article is imperative, does precisely what the editors of the Tune and Tribuue, with that elegant courtesy for which each of them has become so remarkable, say each other does in su emphatic summary of three letters I COTTON. Only a moderate inquiry was eaperi enced to-day in the staple, the decline of He in New York having more of a de moralizing effect ou buyers than seller. The latter, in many cases, continue to ask 3s; for Middlings, while broker are loth to bid over 21 .',c. Anything likeatsLls of this grade would sell at ttjffeftllfa, but several bales were picked up here, and there at 21(a.21 'c, and some factors thiuk 21 '.e would be all they could real ize on a good sized list. The offerings are moderate, and the day's sales, so far as reported, fool up but 3 bales, as fol lows: 31 bales Ordinary, 1517c; 55 Uood Ordinary, lsj19c ; 35 Low Middlings, ' .(j,2l'.e; 83 Middlings, 2121c; 78 Mlsiued, 17'18c; 53 Mixed, MQSttV, COTTON HTATKMKaTT. Cham bkr of Commikci, j Hursu, May 5, 1870. J Btock, Sept. 1, Ism 94 Hec'd siuoe last statement.. 401 Received previously l4i3,'JI3 204,:i&l 284,45s Shipped sioce last sts'm'nt s Shipped previously 277,144 -247.' H Stock at noou this day 10,020 IMPORTS. Memphis and Charleston R. R -. 261 Mississippi and Tennessee R. K S'T Steamers JJ Wagons, est 8" SPORTS. Memphis and Ohio R. R 519 Steamers North 175 OOTTO IK NKW TORI. New Yore, Msy 5, 12 m. Cot tou is dull snd unchanged. For Mav, 21'.c; June. 21 lie; July, 2M.c; and August, 2Ii. , bid. Ordinary, VBc; Good Ordinary, 20c; Low Middling, 21V'; I j. lands, 22,'c; Good. 24c; Mobile, 23c; Orleans, 2.'i'c. 2:15 p.m. Cotton dull and lower; Or dinary, 18?.c; ttood ordinary, 20?c; Iw Middling, 21c; Upland, 22.Sc; Good, 2;c; Mobile, 22;c; Orleans, 23c; 500 for J une and July, 21 '.c. 4 p.m. Cotton dull and unchanged. Sales for export, 400 bales; spinniog. 2t bales; speculation, 25 bales; in transit, SOU bales; contracts unchanged. OOTTOS IN NKW ORLKANS. Nkw Oklkans, May 5, 2 p.m.-button steady, demand fair at 214(i22e. Sales 4200 bales; receipts 2122 bales; ex ports 0475 bales. OTTON IN LIVERPOOL. Liverpool, Msy 5, 11 a.in. Cotton dull. I plands, 107.d;OrleanN,lll,nir-d. 5 p.m. Cotton sleadv ami prices un changed. Sales, 10,000 bales. For export and speculation, 20UO bales. The Nstional Association of Cotton Manufacturers aud Planters have ad dressed to the Hon. Bobert C. Scbeuck, a statement iu relation to the aiuouut of capital invested iu the manufacture of t'otlon Goods, as represented by Commis sioner Wells, in his statistics of manufac turers. It seems the Association have made the statement in no spirit of malice, but to correct errors which are so appar ent, yet, it true, the interest would have no cause for complaint at the quantity of goods produced to return interest on the amount of capital stated by the Commis sioner to be invested. The number ol spindles in 1809 iu operation were 0,930, 340, ami, as the Commissioner states, rep resent a capital of 138,600,t2U, while the Association make the correct figures at $277,213,810. The value of the product lor the year lSuV, ss made by the Commis sioner, is estimated at $184,000,000, while the returns from the Mills, as prepared by the Assessor, gives the correct figures as $247,000,000, or a difference of thirty four percent? The Commissioner fixes the number of bauds employed in the wills at 125,(100, while from s careful ssti in ate, based upon the number of spindles, the number is put down as 208,000. The statement by the Commissioner ol the agricultural products consumed by cotton in suu fact u rent, in one place is set down as $112,500,000, w hile in another place it is staled as being $l,t00,000. When to tbe cotton consumed is added other produces, the true amouut reaches to f '.50,000,000. These discrepancies in the estimated fig ures of Specisl Commissioner are referred to bv the otti.-ers ol the Association as calculated to do groat injustice to tbe cot ton manufacturers' interest, and the con clusion of the statement of tbe Associa tion closes in no veiy complimentary terms to the correctness of the Commis sioner's figures. To the effect of the re port ol the Commissioner, as an individ ual, no consequence is attached; but when clothed with the official position he occu pies, the interest of the questions sub mitted to his judgment give an impor tance to his utterances altogether dispro portionate to their intrinsic weight or value. TRADE. A further ad vanes is noted ia Bacon to day, with a light stock on hand. Several dealers are entirely bare, and find It out of the question to buy, except in a a small way, from ibeir neighbors, and then they can get no concession. Tbe feed market ia active, aud prices are firm, with a tend ency upward ou corn and oats, but other things are about the ssme. Phillips' Cincinnati Proration Circular of the 3d ssys: Since mine of tbe 29th ult., there has been s slow but gradual advance in prli es of provisions, and a generally firmer feel ing on the part of holders, and. as last stilted. It ia difficult to give s quotation for snv srticle to-day that would hold good for the next day, but the market is so hensitive, thai, on the least appearance o! dullness, there are willing sellers at previous prices, while the least demand stimulates holders and makes a market dittlcull to buy in al tbe prices st which orders are limited; heuce tbe lste oiwrs lions have leen small, except to smokers aud speculators ou the spot. The present deliveries (except for the small daily orders i are for stuff that has been bought some time since for future deliveries, but the feeling is strong, and consuming dis tricts sre taking ouly in uioderste quan tities, aud more frequently; hence there is s constant supply of small orders to help thf g(Hd feeling" that may arise from the advance in gold or large speculative orders from distributing poiuts. I nder this view of the msrket, it closes firm, with a general upward teudency." Alr Sands' Ale, $10 50 per hall-barrel, Porter, $11. Lager, per keg, $5 25. Ale. )er dozen, $3(3 25 for quarts; $2&2 26 for pints. Porter, do. Beeswax Ouiet. Selling at 2325c. Butter All grades are dull, anl prices sre irregulsr, ranging from 2UgiS3r as to quslitv. , . Beans Nsvy, $S 003 50 per bushel : mixed white, $1 502 00. Brooms and. Beoomcobn Brooms steady at $36 per dot. Broomcoru, $150 (9.3H0 "per ton. Baooino Nominal. Heavy Een tuckv, a4fo38c. Bcildbrs' Material Louisville Ce ment 33 lb : Roaendale $4 bWiii 75. Plas ter $4 50&5. Hair, in 40 lb bales, $2 75(43. Kire brick $87. Building Brick $8 per M. Ohio River Lime $1 501 75 per bbl. Alabama $1 75$2 00. Cape $2. Hurt's Alabama $1 70 per ear load, or 35c per bushel in bulk. Corn meal Meal was scarce to-day. and the inquirv was active. We quote kiludrted on levee 4 Sf;il Si, and from store $5 00. Fresh, $4 764 85. Cofiee Firm; demand steady; Bio, 182Se: Java, 2H30c. Cotton Yarns No. 400. 2122c; 600. 1819c: HO0, 17(18c; 700, 1415c. Creese Market overstocked aud dull at 15isc for K. D., factory and W R. Ctton Seed amp Motes Cotton Seed on levee $13 - : . 50 delivered at mills, buyer furnishing sacks. Motes Ho 4c per pound. Cammed Goods Condensed milk, SHfc 14 60 per ease. Cove oysters, 1 lb, $1 70 per dot; 2 lbs, $2 70. Peaches, $2 40 i 75. Pears, $3 50. Tomatoes. $1 &o I 75. Cherries, $33 25. Pineapples, $4. strawberries, $3 25. Brandy Peaches, $4 Mi. Brandy Cherries, $4 506 50. Pickles, haff g... per doz., $5 60; quarts, 50; pints, $2 50. Tomato Catsup, $1 25 2 26. Peppersauce, $1 25. ljosKair stock, and demand at 20c. In a feu- cases 21c m as asked. Feed Corn ts in dpmand. and holders of lot on levee ask $1 15, while or.ers are filled from store at $1 151 17. Kr on tlatboat, loose, vbc. Oats are firmer, selling from store at 67c from first hands, and filling orders at 0S("-70"-. A lot on levee would sell readilv at 8506c. Hrau, $27 per ton in lots. Hay, $2326 as to quality and quantity. Cooked Cotton seed Meal, $23(425 )er ton. Floi k liealers report only an order demand, wilh medium grades mostly sought after. Some very low grades are selling at $3 75. Low suiwrs, $44 25. Good do, $4 505. Extra, $5 255 50. Uood family and fancy brands, $0( 5. Fruit tireeu Apj ies are in demand at $3 50 to $5 50, as to Quality and coudition, wilh jight supply, llried fruit Peaches sy.V'; Apples 8Hac. FlflH-Mackerel No 1, bbls $24$25; X bbls $12 5u13 00; No. 2, in bbls$17 50; do $8 7n: No. 1, kits $2 90$3; No. 2 do $2 15$2 25; No. 3, $1 9012. While fish. bbis, $9 50. Sardines $lsls 50 per case for quarters : $3031 for halves. Poultry Chickens were more plenti ful to-dsy, si.if prices were irregular, siales were made at $5 006 50. No other poultry in market. Gunnibs Good No. 1 seconds 1718c, snd firm. HiPEs, FfRs and Tallow Hides and Furs are weak. Dry Flint, loo; Dry Salt 13c: Green, 6c; Green Salt, 77)c. Tallow, 9c. Deer Skins 1516c. Beaver 60$ 1 M each. Otter, $1 U)$4 00 each. Mluk 40c$l Ou. Fox 30C. Coon 12), 30c. Leather Hemlock Sole33(286c; Oak Sole424tc; Waddle 4043c; Bridles $4S per dozen; Upers 4ualc; Calls! French $46w,7e; American do. $3050, Live Stock Market poorly suppli No. 1 Be- . 6(a.7c: No. 2.5wioo; ml rior, 45c. Milch Cows, $3050 per head. Work Mules, $125175. Work Horses, $100140. Moi assk. New Orleans Re-boiled are verv firm at W75c. Eastern Syrups, 5u 9oe. Drips, $1. Natal Stores Tar, in Uegs, $5 25 to & 75 for Pine; In 40 gallon bbls, $8 to 10; Pitch $6 per bbl; Oakum $6 to $6 pei bale. Nails Fair demand at $4 50 rates. Oils Coal, 3031c; Linseed raw, $1 20; do. lolled, $1 201 26; Lard, $1 401 50; Lubricating Coal Oil, S680e; Trr l Oil, $1 251 30: Crniln Cottonseed Oil J55c. Powder Ritle, ier keg,$6 50''.asting, $4 50. 1 Prodi i k Peaobblow Potatoes, $1 75 per bbl, 6575c per bushel. Sweet Pots toes, $2 50 per bushel, ijew . ...In-::: Onions, $4 505 On per bbl. Provisions All meets sre firm and tending to higher prices. We quote froui store as follows : Mess Pork, $30 00 fa, 30 50 ; Clear Bacon Sides, 18c; Clear Bib, Kib. 17c; Shoul ders, 13)e; Clear Bulk, 16l,e. Jtttf. j l; ders, 12;tc. Sugar-cured H tik '-r aud canvased, i .f-S0c. Lard is firm, at 1717ic in tierces; kegs, 18S(19'. Texas mess beef, $17 per bbl. Rick Carolina, 88 c by the cask aud barrel. Salt Good supply ; 2801b. bbls. $2 50 2 60 iu lota. M ii ar Louisiana Sugars are in good demand, and prices are -higher, while Eastern Sugars are somewhat neglected, but are firm. Common Louisiana, 10 li'V; Fair, Hll)iC ; Good, ll12c ; Fully Fair, 12l2e; Primo, 1313c; Choice, 13HHo; Yellow Clarified. 144 aMJJc ; White Clarified, 15'i15.V ; Crushed aud Powdered, 1515,V: Coffee A, 1414V ; B. aUiie ; Extra C, 13li13Kc; C, 1313 He Spirits Highwines $1 otKl 01; proof spirits $1201 25; rectified whisky 85c $1 10. Starch 5H8c per lb. Soap Mottled 9H10c; yellow "H& 8Xc: cummon 67c. Caudles 1520c. Tobacco--Prime natural leaf, light pressed, 70c 1 10; tine fancy Va. HUc$l: finu bright pouudK, 80ytlc; medium bright poliinis, 7u80c; common bright pouuds, ..'. : medium bright hall pounds, souud, 6270; smoking, fine and fancy, 60H0c; medium and commou Vinbuab Common and pickling, lttc 25c. Mississippi and Tenn.see Rail- ROAIl -M ANIKKsr OK l'RKIOHT ItKCKlVKI) at Memphis, Tknm., May 5, 1870. Jones, Brow u A Co, 8 bales coltou; Meacham ix Treadwell, 4 do, and 14 pkgs sundries. Maloue, Thomas A Co, 12 bales cottou; Dav A Proudlit. 1 do; Black, F.stea A Co, I do; H.Torrence, 1 do; T. H. Allen Jt Co, do; Fargason A Clay, 5 do; Gage Fisher, 3 do: J. F. Frank Co. 3 do; Stautou A Moore, 1 do; Guv, McClellau z Co 1 do; T. S. Hamilton, 1 do; New ton Ford A Vm, 13 do; Larry Harmslad, II pkgs sundries; M. and C. K. K6do; J. O'Connor, 1 do; A. Boweu, 7 do; S. M. A Oafl do. Libel No. 427. United Ktat of America; mrt of lessee ; K, ii t LW llS, AiSSI !. "I Bhanlev a McNeely vs. T Il-HKltKAS. Michael snaniiy id II . McNeely have filed a Libel against the following proierty. to-wit: Two Si arts and two puioans, formerly part of ihe steamboat "St. retries," alleging, amoug other tlilugs. thai the same has been seised by the l' mted States Marshal for tbe District of Wast Tsnasssee for the causes lu said Iitiel mentioned, and nravlue the usual pro cess aud monition of the court in thai behalf. Now, therefore. Is pursuance of the process of said court, to me directed, I do hereby give fiublle warning and notice to all persons liav Dgor preleuding to have any interest In said property so seised, that they be and appeal before asld court al tbe city of Memphis, on Uie fourth Mouday lu May, 1S70, at llio'clock, lu the lorsnoon of that day, and luterveue for their Interest therelu, otherwise said prop erly will be condemned according lo the praver of said Itbsl. This 4th day of May, lsru. ms . U B. EATON, n. s. Marshal. glOOO Rowai'tl For any case of BUntl, Bleeding or Itrhing VLMlhai DeBINO's Pile Kemeov falls to cure. It has cured cases ol 20 years standing. Try 11, and get rid ol the mosl troublesome dlassse msBis heir to. Sold by all drugt lata. Sold everywhere. Head for pamphlet. Utbrutori 142 Frank 11 u street, up?, Baltimore. Vd BAVARIAN BITTERS! TRY THEM ! NONE BETTER HOFFHEIMER BROS., CINCINNATI, I. HOFFHEIMER & BRO., T. XjOTTII, SOLE PROPRIETORS. royl daw SPECIAL NOTICES. Newspapers Statements-How the Pesple TfcJiT THEIR TRUTH. Tula ia not sn age when people believe ou trust whatever they se to 4fae public Journals. Flflr or sixty years ago when the accuracy of a statement that had appeared in one of the gasettes or " News belters" of the day, was questioned, it was considered s nufflcient answer to all cavil to say, " It must be so, for I read It In the newspapers." It Is not ao now. News paper assertions mast be verified before they are taken for granted, and this Is especially the case as regards statements selling forth the remedial properties of proprietary med icines. For example: It waa not until lire lontc and alterative properties of Hostetter's Htom&ch Bitters had been delitsrately and thoroughly tested by thouaanda. aud found to be in perfect aooord with the printed claims put forth In Its behalf, that It waa ac cepted Ivy the public at large as a Standard Kvmfiiy. But when mnltltndfe who had re sorted lo it as a safeguard against malarious levels, a cure for Indigestion and bilious i s, uicuuH of streuu'jieulug the frame, cheering tbe spirits and Imparting eonstltu tionsl vigor, came forward and testified that Its beneficial effects had exceeded their most sanKiitne expectations, c oowrsr the world be lieved. To resist such proofs was Impossi ble. Great care has been taken from the be- f tuning not to overttate the merits of the niters. Exaggeration and bombast have been the death of many preparations that might otherwise have survived. They were " weighed lu tbe balance and found want ing." Holtetter'a Bitters, on the contrary, have never been announced In grandilo quent language as a core for every bodily HI, hut simply as a pure, harmless vegllabie spe cific, possessing remarkable Invigorating, regulatiug, auti oilloua and antiseptic prop erties. This In exactly what the public know the medicine to be. and lu enormous sales la on argument In Its favor. Life is the Gift of God. When we art irk this life la obscured, nnder a cloud, op pressed with homers. Experience has taught us certain means, which never fall, for their removal. The child receives with hla life the seeds of hi death. It may take one, or une hundred years, tfore the seeds bear their sad fruit, but just as sure as the seeda of death ripen, life ceases. Purging Is the grand safe- 8ua rd . because then what fosters the seeds of eath are taken awsy, expelled from the body. llOVBRN YorRSELVKS IIV Ex PERIRNCK Mj child, aged five years, had scarlet fever, and lor Ave days hail constant fever. By urder of the doctor I gave her syrup of rheubarb; she look nearly a plat, but her bowels continued closed. On the fifth day the doctor said her bowels must be opened or she would be lost. 1 proposed Brandreth's pills; to this he weald mil consent saying she was too weak. 1 oen snlicd with in .-"husband, and we concluded to give her three pills. In about four hours they operated. filling hair full a common chamber. After that operation the fever left her, and she rapidly recovered. Beterence, 20K Cler mont avenue, Brooklyn. "To Owners of Hrses and Cattle." Tobias' Derby Condition Powders are war r an led superior to any others, or no pay, for the i:ure of distemper, Worms, Bom, t oughs, jilde-bouud, (. olds, etc, iu Horses, and Celds, Doughs, Loss of Mil, Black Tongue, Horn Distemper, etc., in Cattle. These Powders were formerly pul uplby Simpson I, Tobias, sou ot Dr. Tobias aud since hla death the demand has been so great that Dr Toliias has coutluucd to manufacture them. They are perfectly safe and Innocent. No need of stop plng the working of your animals. They In crease the appetite, give a nne coal, cleanse Ihe stomach and urinary organs, aud Increase the milk of cows. Try them, and you will never be without them. Cilonel Vhllo P. Bush, of the Jerome Park Race Course, Ford liain. New York, would nut use them until he was told qf what they a. cumposed. since which time he is never withuutlhem. He has over twenty ruuuiug horses lu his charge, aud ror the last three, years has used no other niediclue for them. Sold by drug gists H ml siotekeepers throrghout the I mini states. Price, & ceuts pr Box. Depot, lu PBflk Place, New York. Batchelor's Hair Dye.-This splendid Hair I've Is ilie nesi iu me worm, nannicss. re ss, re- 'fife J uoi liable, instantaneous, doe uot contain nor snv vitalic ooisou to produce paral or death. Avoid the vaunted aud delus, iireimrnt ions lioasLinc virtues llicY do possess. The genuiue W. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye has had Ml years untarnished reputation to uphold its integrity as the onlv Perfect Hair Dee-Black or Brown. Sold by all Druggists. Applied al 16 Bond street, N. Y. ALLC0CK S POROUS PLASTERS. 8tep by step this commodity has attained Its unprecedentud fame. They are univer sally approved. Tile support, strengthen and aid the growth of muscles. They appear lo have a pouuliar effect upon the uerves, al luylug Irritability, while supplying warmth. They seem to accumulate electricity, aud aid the circulation of the blood through tbe part where applied, by which healthy actions are induced. Even iu paralvsis, where articulation was suspended, the use of the Porous Plasters to the spine restored the articulation, and ma terially reduced the paralysU. la feet, the patient could help herself, while before the Porous Plaster was applied she was as help less as a baby. We refer to Mrs. Sally Elliott, Sprlugneld, Mass. Sold by druggists. Agency, Brandreth House. New York. Charles Heidsleek. Champagne. Sillery and Estra Dry. In Baskets-in Cases, for sale bj all wholesale grocers and wine deal ers. Sole agents for the 'United States. Kchultse Taller, 35 Beaver aud 50 Broad streets, New York. nlbJti MADNESS! PARALYSIS ! DEATH! may ensue from using preparations for col oring the hair charged with acetate of lea 1 aud sulphur. You may kuow them by the heavy metallic sedlmsnl which has to be sha ken up before the disgusting coaiponud cas be applied. The Jcumof of CUmMry says mere are thirty qf them in the market. There is but one ape In existence which contains no deleterious substance, and that Is Crisiadoro's Excelsior Hair Dye, which has been carefully analyzed by Profes sor Chiltou, aud declared by him to contain no lead or any other hurtful ingredient. See his manuscript certificate, at t'ristadoro's, I Astor House, New York. CRISTADORO'S HAIR PRESERVATIVE, as a Dressing, acts like a charm ou Ihe Hair after Dyelug. Try it, apSB PRIVILEGE ORDINANCE. AN UKD1N ANl'K to fix the rates of taxation of taxable privileges. Re it snWaMa) bu tee Uriun-ui Council of the City uf Memphu. That the following tax shall be levied and collected for city purposes for the exercise wtthlu the cilv of Memphis of theaeyeral branches of business hereinafter designated, which said tax shall, without ex ception, be payable iu advance, unless other wise herein specified: SEOTIOM 1. Every auctioneer or Ann of auction eers doing business at oue place ouly. per milium $1S0 00 SECTION 2. Every retailer of splritous. vlnons or malt liquors, aud every retailer of lager beer, ale, cider, porter or light wines by the drink, per aunuui 10U Ou And 111 per cent ou all the capital In vested iu his business above the sum of five hundred dollars, which capital shall be ascertained by the Tux-collector in ilie manner prescribed for the ascertain incut of the capital in vested by merchants in their business for the collection nf the tax thereon, the retailer to report and pay quart erly. SKtTlON X Every person who furuishes oysters or oilier retreshmeuts, as they may be called fur, including only such as have license. 1 retail shops, iu addition to their retail House for liquors, per auuum 50 OU section 4. Every retailer of tobacco or cigars. In cluding the proprietors of retail shops, except such as are hereiu expressly taxed tiierelor, per auuum 2U On section It Every keeer ol a nsitaurant per an num 100 Ou But the iicelise to keep a reatau rant shall not aulhoitze the sale or girts lo guests or others, of any splritous. vin ous or mall liquors, lager beer, ale, porter, elder, or light wines, nor ci gsrs, nor tobacco, and every person selling or giving away any of the said articles In or about his or her restau i mi , shall flrst obtain the license therefor, as herein prescribed, lu ad dition to thell restaurant Uoeuse. asxTion 6. Every club-room where liuuors of any kind are kept, per auuum . 200 00 sbctiom 7. Every keeper of a pleasure or beer gar den, wherein splritous, vinous or malt Honors are sold bv the di ink or are drunk upou the promises, per auuum. 100 OU suStiok s. Every vender of mineral or soda water or other light beverage, unless sold by vlrtueof some other license covering the same, per annum ... 10 ou section . Every keeper of a hotel accommodat- . net 1UK oue ii uuui s. v ....... .................... - 2nd SEITION 10. lin"M Every keeper of a hotel aecommodat- l Ing more than fifty and less than oue huudred persons, per annum 150 00 section 11. Every keeper of a hotel or boarding house, advertising by sign or other wise, and accomuiodallug more than tweutv, and less than titty persons, per annum - 75 00 Kvery keeper of a boarding-house, other than n,ose herein belore taxed, who advertise by sign ol) otherwise, per annum -. 30 00 section 12. Every keeper of a billlard-tanle or ta bles, for each table, per annum - section IX Kvery keeper of pool. Jenny LdDd table or labia of like device, for each table, per annum 50 00 section 14. Every keeper of ten-pin alleys, or other similar alleys or devices, for each alley, per annum 25 On section 14. Every keeper of a shooting-gallery, per annum 50 80 SECTION 16. , Every keeper of a livery stable, sale or is..-, i inns-stable, for each stable, per annum. .. 100 00 section 17. Kvery keeper of s livery I table, sale stable or boarding-stable. In addition to tbe tax in the last paragraph, for each carriage, hack or other vehicle drawn by two horses or more, kept al such stable for hire, per annum 10 00 Aud for each similar vehicle drawn by one bursei per annum 5 00 section IS Kvery keeper of a house, shed, yard, barn or stable tother lhau livery, sale or boarding) used for taking care of horse or other animals, or wagons or other vehicles, or for exhibiting them for sale, or lor leediug horses or other animals, for gain or profit, for each, per annum.. - - 100 00 SECTION IS. Kvery keeper of a shed, warehouse or other place for the storage of cotton or other articles, for each place, per annum - 100 00 SECTIOM 20. Kvery owner of a cart, wagon or dray, or other vehicle, drawn by one horse, and uot including carriers of passen gers or baggage, running for hire, for each, per annum 10 00 SECTION 21. Every ownerof the vehicle mentioned In the last paragraph, drawn by two horses, and running for hire, for each, per annum - - 20 00 section 22. Every owner of the vehicles mentioned in the last two preceding paragraphs, drawn by three or more horses, snd ruunlng for hire, for each, per snnum 30 00 section 23. Kvery owner of omnibuses, hacks, car riage or othrfr vehicles, seeking cus tom upon the streets, or visiting the railroad depots or steamboat leading or other public places, for the pur pose of procuring custom, for each ve hicle, per annum - 20 00 section 24. Every owner of a carriage or other ve il lets kept exclusively lor use at fune rals for hire, for each vehicle, per an num.. - 10 00 SECTION 25. Every owner of wagons or other vehi cles kept or used for free delivery of goods to customers or others In the city, for each vehicle, per auuum 10 00 SECTION 28. Kvery keeper of a hand-express cart for the delivery of parcels, for each vehi cle, per annum 6 CO section 27. Kvery express company, or agent for aucn company, transacting business within the city (except exempted by the general law ol me state), per an num 5UJ 00 section 2S. Bvery keeper of aklds or tarpaulina to hire, per auuum 100 00 section 2V. Kvery keeper of a house or yard for the sale of drewuod, fur each bouse or yard, per aunum - M 40 00 section 30. Every keeper of aecoud-hand articles lor sale, per annum 100 00 yEHTlog 31, Every keeper of a Junk or rag store, per annum 250 00 SECTION 32. Every hawker or peddler of goods. wares or inerciianuise, oi any ainu, per annum - . section 33. Every keeper of a fruit stand, per quar ter of three mouths Per aunum - - 50 00 10 ou 30 00 SKCTHIM 34. Each fruit peddler, per quarter of three months 7 So Per annum . 20 00 section 35. Every keeper of an ice-cream saloon, per annum 10 00 section 36. Every keeper of a soda-feunt, per an num 10 00 SECTIOM 37. Every Life, Fire, Marine, Accident or other Insurance Company, not char tered by the State of Tennesse.havlng an omce or agent or taking risks I u tbe city of Mempdia.oiie per centaipon the premiums charged at such omce or agency, or upon the risks so lakeu. section 36. Every such Insurance Company, char tered by the Stale of Tennessee, hsv ing an office or agent or taking risks In Ihe city of Meiuphls,three-iuarter of one per cent, upon the premium charged al such o0j.ee or agency or upon the risks so taken. SECTION 39. And every insurance company coming within the meaning or paragraphs thirty-seven and etgnt.pr the agent of such company, shall, at the end of east) lasarier of three months, report usderfath lo the City Tax-collector the amount of premiums charged by the said company on whlf h a tax fit cbargable under this ordinance dur ing the past quarter, and shall then and there pay ihe tax thai may be due thereou. section 40. Kvery person doing the business of an insurance agent .or soliciting risks for Insurance companies having no o trice or agency In the city, per annum 100 00 section 41. Ever' theater, per annum . Ov section 4;t Every amphitheater, per annum 400 00 section 43. Every public concert, for private profit or gain, for each twenty-four hours.... 10 0U SEiTlos 44. tocerv traveling or local minstrel ooro pauy exbibitlng for profit, lor each tHreuty-IOur hours 15 00 SECTIOM 44, Everv regnlar opera troupe, for each exhibition 25 00 section 46. Transient or traveling circus compa nies or menageries under one can vas.or either one separately, for each twenty four hours . 50 00 SECTION 42. ach and every sde shpw to any circus or menageric.eath twenty-four hours. 25 00 section 48. Every performer of feats of legerde main not elsewhere taxed by this or dinance, ror gain or profit, fur each exhibition - 15 00 section 49. Kvery lecture, for gain or profit, where an admission fee Is charges', for each lecture 10 00 section 50. Outdoor exhibitions for gain. not other wise herein taxed, per ....aiicrot turee month!, ! - 30 ft) section 51. Shows or exhibitions within doors, for gain, uot otherwise hereiu taxed, per quarter of three months 250 00 SEc.tiom 4i Every street railroad, for each car run Within the city, drawn by one horse or mule, per annum 25 0U SECTION 53. Every street railroad, fur each car run wit-pln the cty .drawn by two or more horses or mules, per annum 50 OU section 54. Every person, other than the producer, and every Arm engaged la the buying aud sellina ol cottou within the city, per annum 100 02 SECTION 45. Every real estate broker, per annum. .. 100 00 SECTION 4s. Even' general collector and every rent al ageul, each per auuum , 40 00 section 57. Every general broker or commercial ageul not counueu lo any particular branch of business, per annum 240 00 SECTION 58. Every person or firm keeping an Intel ligence office, or acting as a labor bro ker, and every person uot otherwise herein taxed. not iucludlug banks act ing as a broke! ol notes or bills, per anuuiu . 40 00 section 5. Exery dealer, not othci wisespeclOed in tills ordiuauce, whatever he may deal In, who keps no liquors of auy kind (druggists excepted), per annum. 50 00 section 60. Every steamboat agent, per annnm 50 00 section 61. Every passenger agent, per aim n in 100 UO SECTION 62. Every hotel porter, per annum 50 00 section 63. Every railroad agent, f or local or for eign companies, per an num 100 00 SECTION 64. Every person offering to sell patent rights, per annum . 50 05 SECTION 64. Every keeper of a game or fish store.for each store, per anuuiu 40 00 SECTION 66. Every person who receives orders, dis plays samples, or acts aa ageufkfor any house outside the city, or sells goods aud merchandise In any man ner not otherwise licensed, per month 15 00 SECTION 67. Every runner or drummer, or person who solicits trade or custom for any mercantile establishment of any char acter within the dty, per auuum 100 00 SECTION 68. Every person who shall by the per mission of the Mayor, give a fiubiic ball, dance, or other Ike entertainment, wherein splr itous, vinous or malt liquors are sold by the glass, or are druuk upou the premises, for each tweuly-four V t hours, or for each ball, or other like , wiS entertainment, not continuing longer than twenty-four nours DO Passed second and nnai reading bv both Board of Mayor and Aldermen and Com mou Council, to lake effect from and after Its passage and publication, April 13, 1870. Approved April 14, 1870. Attest Ls R. Richards. City Register. Mayor. ThoP'u--' . K d C.ieupest MO I. IS .: i:u. NOTICE. ' I Ml K business of Terry 4k Mitchell will, X from this date, be conducted In the firm name of Hill. Terry A Mitchell. I.M. HILL, F O. I' MIR V, May 2, 1870. Imy4 Wm. B. MITCHELL. A. P. BURDITT & CO. OS PJERA Ti Commission Merchants No. 22 S. Commercial St., - 1VX iSMSMO-UZ-l LEGAL NOTICES. CHANCERY SALE ON MONDAY, MAY 16, 1870. No. Ill ;-.-- haucery Court of MemphU.-Ku-glebrecht a lwiiumsn vs. K. Stebert, snd No. SOUS ('. A. Darn man, Adm'r, va J. R. Frayaer. HY virtue of Interlocutory decrees in these consolidated causes, I will sell st public auction, to the highest bidders. In front of the Clerk and Master's office, in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on Monday, May 16, 1870, Within legal hours, the following Real Es tate, to-wit: A certain lot or parcel or land lying and being In the county of Hhelby and State of Tennessee, aud In the city of Memphis: Be ginning at a stake on the east side of Jones avenue 400 leet from Eisner's southern line; thence southwardly with aald avenue 40 feet to a stake: thence eaalwardly and parallel with said Fisher's southern line 170 net to a stake; thence northwardly 40 feet to a stake : thence westwardly and parallel with said Fisher's southern line 170 feet to the begin ningsame property conveyed to T. W. Newman, by deed of Christian Prcuaa, June , isfti, and registered In the Register's office of Hhelby connty. Book 58, part 1, pages 84 and SS. Terms of Hale On a credit of alx months from the day of sale, cole with security taken, and lien retained till payment of the purchase money. Equity of redemption barred. Also, at tbe same time and place, a lease hold on the following property: Lying and being In the county of Shelby and State of Tennessee, and In the city of Memphis, being part of country lot No. 460: Begin aiug at a stake 125 feet southwardly the same being the southwest corner or a certain lease owned by Michael Foully thence eastwardly and parallel with Poplar street 80 feet, more or less, to Yates' eastern line of said country lot; thence southwardly with Yates' eastern line 25 feet to a stake; thence westwardly and parallel with Poplar street 80 feet, more or less, to the North Mem phis Market lot lo s stake: thence north wardly with said Market lot 25 feet to the begiuulug said leasehold expiring on the 8th day of June, IKC3. Also, a certain leasehold on a certain lot or parcel of ground, in said county and state: Beginning at the southwest corner of tbe lot of grouud leased by John Post to F. W. New man on the jin October. 1840; running thence south with the easteru boundary of North or Poplar Street Market Square 30 feet; thence eastwardly and parallel with Poplar street Su feet, more or leas, to Yates' eastern Hue IS feet said Newman s southeast corner: thence westwardly with Newman's south boundary 80 feet, more or less, to the begiu nlug said leaseexplrlng on Slh June, 190a. Terra of Bale one-half cash, balance In six mouths, notes with security taken, and lien retained till payment of the purchase money. " apla A. ALSTON, ft and M. Trustee's Sale. HA VI Nil been appomftiaArustee by the Chancery Court of .Memphis. In the cause of John Bond el al. vs. Edmund Orglll etel-, No. 2I7H new rule docket; by virtue of the authority 1b me vested by said decree, I will. On Saturday, May 14, 1870, At the southeast corner of Court Square. In the city of Memphis. Tennessee, at public auction, scil to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described property, to-wit: Situated, lying aud being In ranges 5 and 6. section S, between the waters of Wolf and Loosabatcbie rivers, in Shelby county, Ten uessee, and being a portion of a UO-acre tract, granted to Tyre Rhodes by the state of Tennessee, on the 27th day of August, 1S2S. No. 20,006 and entered by No. 608; the descrip tion ia aa follows: Beginning at a stake; thence south 40 east 17 links to a black oak marked " T. K.," the northwest corner of the said MO-acre tract on the east boundary line of Richard Smith's 2580-acre tract, which la the range Hue between 5 and 6: thenco east 45 chains and 5 links to a stake U Uusts sast of a hla :k oak marked T. U.; thence south 114 chains to a stake: thence north 14 west 24 links to a black oak marked T.R.; thence west 45 chains 37 links to a stake; thence sooth 54 west 10 links to a sassafras marked E. M., southeast corner of the locstory 128 acres; thence north with their line in chains to a stake 22 links os a red oak marked M. K. on Richard Smith's boundary line; thence east with said line one chain 82 links to a stake; thence south 47 east 14 links to s black oak marked R. S.. aald Smith's south east corner; thence n&rth 4i west with said line 4S chains to the beginning con taining 5J2 acres, less 100 acres lying In the southwest corner of the length of Ihe loca catory Interest, snd sll that pottlon lying south of the Memphis aud Souiervllle turn pike, which has been sold heretofore to John Bona. Terms, cash. Equity of redemption barred, and title claimed to be good, but I will con vey only as Trustee. W. Y.C. HUMES. Trustee. Humes 4 Poston, Attorneys. apl4 Trustee's Sale. Y virtue of a Deed of Trust executed to me on the dav of November. IsjW. hy Theophllu Mil hit end duly recorded In the Register's of Shelby county. Ten nessee, in Book No. 73, page 275, and for the purpose of paying the debt secured thereby, 1 will, on Saturday, the !4th Day af May, 1870, Between the hour of 10 o'clock a.m., and 12 o clock m., in frnut of the office of Kortrecht A Craft, No. 31 South Court street, Memphis, Tennessee, sell, at public auction, for cash, to tbe highest bidder, a certain lot or parcel of ground, situate in the city of Memphis, Teuuessee, aud described as follows, lo-wlt: Beginning at Miss H. J. Pa'tl'.lo's northwest corner, on the mirth siue of .Monroe street extendeqi ruuuiug Uieuce east with Munroe Street exieudtd Arty-four feet; theuoe south at right angles with sad street, about one hundred ana Cffy-slg feet to M. L, Meacbam's north boundary Hue; thence west with aald boundary and jrallel with aald Monroe street lifty-fuur OH; thence north with said I'atlUo'a east bEidary Une and al right angles with salcsvMonroe street about one hundred snd fifty-six feet to tbe srlrsning. Equity of redemption is waived by said Trust Deed- Tbe title ia believed to be good, but I sell and convey ouly as Trustee. ap)4 THOS. U. sCAKBKQt'liH, trustee. Administrator's Notice. HAVING qualified as administrator of the estate of Pleasant Mosby, deceased, no tice la hereby given to all parties indebted to aald estate to come forward and make pay ment; and tnose holding claims against It to prweut them, duly authenticated, within tbe time prescribed by law. ( HAS. ii. DORION, Js, Adm'r. March 15. 1870. mhlS TRUST SALE. BY vlrtueof a Deed of Trust to me exe cuted by Wm. E. Jones on the loth day of November. 166, and registered Lu Dyer county. Tennessee, in Book N, pages 4M, 465 and un, 1 will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for CASH, at tbe coim-house door, in Dyerabnrg, Tens., On Monday, May 23, 1870, That tract of XS) acres of land iu the Rich Woods, lu Dyer couuty. entered iu Ihe name of Lot Uaaard by Entry No. SU. The equity of redemption la waived In tbe Deed of Trust, aud said Jones' title is believed to be perlect, but I will oulyfoiitey such title asiscuu veyed lo me tsp27 B. WASHER, Trustee. Non-Resident Notice. No. 2631, N. R In the Chancery Court of Memphis. Tennessee. B. J. Se mines A Co. vs. K. W. Dunn et al. I T appearing trom affidavit In this cause I that the defendenla J. W. Meglbben and T. J. Meglbben are residents of Kentucky and non-residents of the Slate of Tennessee: It Is therefore ordered. That they make their appearance herein, at the courthouse lu the city of Memphis, Tennessee, wlthiu the first three days of the next term or said Court, commenciug on the second Monday iu May, 1870, aud plead, answer or demur to couiplaluunt's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to tbein. aud set for bearing ex parte, aud that a copy of this order se published once a week, ror four successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. A Copy Attest. ADQUSTON ALSTON, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Blace, Deputy Clerk aud Master. Logwood, Micou st Folkes, Sola, for cora laiuaut. aplS w Administrator's Notice. HAVING taken out letters of adinistratlon on the estate of R. 8. Joiner, all persous having claims against said estate are notified lo file the same within the time prescribed by law, or this uoiice will be plead In bar of their recovery ; those having claims will file them with W. J. chase A t o., 12 Poplar st, or with lapai HOB. M. JOINER. Adm'r. Attachment Suit. In the Circuit Court of Shelby county Jenn. 8. 11. Bnrtou A Co. vs. Ueo. W. Bcott. AW RIT of attachment having been sued out under Section 3455 ol the Code of Ten nessee, against the estate of tbe defendant, Ueo. W. tteott, and returned Levied on per sonal property In such case, and affidavit having been made that the defendant is In debted to plaintiff In the sum of t . by ac count. It Is therefore ordered that tbe aald defend ant Ueo. W. Seott make his personal appear ance before the Judge of the Circuit Court, at a term of said court to be held for snel by coun ty at the courthouse In the city of Memphis, on the fourth Monday In May next, and defend aid attachment suit, within the time pre scribed by law, or thesamewlll be proceeded with exparte, and that this notice be pub lished lu the Memphis Appeal, once a week for four consecutive weeks. April 22, IS70. M. D. L. STEWART. Clerk. By B. F. Colkmax, Deputy Clerk. Wilson Beard, attorney for pi l 'f. apZJ DISSOLUTION. ri-H) MY FRIENDS: Owing lo the fact that X I will be absent from the city for some time, I have sold my Interest in the late firm of Magevney, Kogau Co.. to my former partuers. Col. J. W. Rogan and M. I.. Seiden. It I with pleasure I heatily recommend the new Drm, ana hope to see a continuation of that geuerous patronage extended to the old Hrm. M, MAUEVNEY, Ja. ROGAN, SELDEN & CO., Wholesale Grocers, aad Dealers in Wines, Whiskies, Brandies, Cigars, To bacco, Etc , Etc.. SS Front Stkket. Memphis. Temm. sr We invite the city and country trade to cull and examine oor sioca myl ROUAN, SKLDKN A CO. FOR RENT. Spec leas. Well-liahted 4 Ventilated Rooms, Situated In the very center and business portion of the city. Equally calculated for courtroom, societies, or any business what ever; also, a few Pleasaht Bedsooms, st reasonable rates. Apply to JCSEPH J. ANDREWS, febiw Front Kow, Up-stalrs. LEGAL NOTICES. CHANCERY SALE No. 27S0.N. R. D. Chancery Court of Mem phis a. L Belcher, Adm'r, James Wlck ershsm v. D. Wlcsersham et al., the heir and creditors of James Wlekersham, de ceased. BY virtue ufa decree for sale entered In the above cause, on tbe 2th day of March, 1S70, we. the undersigned, were uppotnted Special Commissioners of said court to sell al public or private sale tbe Real Estate o.' t he lste James Wlekersham. described In tbe decree, for the purpose of satisfying the said dee re aud the debts allowed therein; we will therefore offer, at private sale, the fol lowing property, to-wit: No. 1. Lot 2S5 feet front north side Court street, Memphis, Tenn., and east of Bayou Uayoso, hy a depth of 1U feet lo an alley, and now occupied as a cotton warehouse by Messrs. Carroll, Walker A Co. No. 2. l ot SO feet front on north side Court street and extendi ug about Lie feet back to a front age on Charleston avenue. No. S. An undivided half Interest in a Sour-acre lot on old Raleigh road, being the eastern hair of country lot No. 528. No. 4. A tract adjoining last described, and being Bart of country lot Wo. 52s, and frontlug ou I. and Louisville Railroad, near old Hal.- gh road. No. 5. A lot extending from country lot No. 5 along east aide of Bayou Uayoso to M. and Louisville Railroad. No. 8. A beautiful tract of about SS acres laud feunting M. and C. K. K. at or near Brsy'i station, 21 miles east ot Memphis. No. 7 Lot 60 feet on Th W1 street hy a depth of se feet; four-story hn.se and known as " Li brary Building." No. A tract or 12H en s land. Tennessee side, and opposite l4ual No. 40, known ss the " Ulles place. Mo.. Lot SO by Sefre northeast corner Jefferson aud Third sfe."r1T. M emphls; four-story brick and kuown as the 1 1'ostotnce Building. ' No. 10. Lot 60 by Maj and uext adlolnlua and east of " Poitofflce Building," and known as Ihe " New Memphis Theater " Teems or Halm. -One-third cash, and Baa balance with deferred payments not extend ing iieyond two years from date of sale, with Hen on tbe property sold to secure said de ferred payments. Further notice will be given In case of pub lie sale. W7 R. DONOHO, LEYI JOY. H. 1) BL'LKLKY, (Firm of Donoho, Joy .V Co., eorner Main and Madison streets, Memphis). Special Commissioners. Beecher Belcher, Solicitors. apT7 Trustee's Sale. B V virtue of the authority vested in me as U rrusiee, anu in pumuaurcDi me iiu ui a Trust Deed executed to tue as Trustee by George M. Grant and Margaret Grant bi wife), on the 12th day of November, ML duly recorded In tbe Register' office of Mhelby coanty, Tennesaee. In Book No. t, pag 2UM4, and to secure tbe indebtedness therein mentioned, I will, on Tuesday, the 18th Day of May, 1870, Between the hours of 10 a m. and 2 p.m.. in front of the Sheriffs office, al the Courthouse door, ou Second street. In the city of stem phis, proceed to sell, st public suction, to Ihe highest bidder, for cash, the following de scribed real estate, to-wit: A certain lot of land, situate, lying and being In the county of Shelby. Stte if 'Tennessee, desigusted upou a plsn ol grounds belonging to John White and A. Ii wyune. surveyedby w. Crane, civil engineer, June, 1X57, as part of lt &t, fronting on the Randolph road aixty-two feet, and bounded thus: Beginning at the corner formed hi the junction of the north ern line of Mill street with the west side of said Randolph road, running northwardlv with the west side of said road sixty-two p?; feet; thesee westwardly to an alley; them e with the east side of said alley sixty-two ' feet inches t the north side of Mill street ; thence with the north side of aald Miltslreet one huudred and fifty-three ,kvij feet to the beginning, together w.iu all the appurte nances thereunto oelouging. The euulty of redemption to aald Drooert v la expressly waived in the Deed and the title is ueiieveu tu lie perlect, bui I convey only as Trustee, t. apfr W. MESSICK.Trustee Administrator's Notice. T KTTERS nf administration have been 1 j graated to me by the County Court of . 1 1 e 1 U V CHUUl. on mp nmu; e.i emuihci a. Wood, deceased: ail persons indebted to the estate will settle at once and avuid costs; and all persous having claims against the estate will present them, properly authenti cated, to Messrs. Edglngton A Haleey, my attorneys. K. H. WOOD. iilnaulstrator RAILROADS. QUICK TIME EAST ! I Louisville Route Always Ahead SUMMER SCHEDULE, Commencing May 2, 1869. DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS WILL ItlTN AS FOLLOWS ON THI Memphis & Louisville Railroad Line : Leave Memphis (city time) 4 .-DO a.m. 3:46 p.m. Morning train from Memphis does not run ou Sunday. Leave Memphis, city time, 4 :00 a.m. 1 :45 p.m. Arrive at Nashville 11:45 p.m. SitAJa-m. Sleeping Cars on Evening Train trom Mem phis to Louisville and Memphis to Nashville. Through Tickets at Reduced Rates Can be procured at the Company's office, 237 Main street, and at Depot, head of Main St. ST Bsgage Cheeked at Depot, or by tbe Memphis City Transfer Company ; at Hotels. Private Residence, or on board boats, to all principal points East aud North. SAM. a JONES, Sup't. Sell Howell, Passenger Agent. sc'SI MILLINERY GOODS. LADIES CAN GET BARGAINS IN TVS. ILLINERT AT MRS. M. J. YANCEY &. CO.'S lOB main KfSBCX. sr Country dealers In Millinery will And It to their Interest to call on n. aprr THE SYMlTOMSoI Liver Complaint are iuneaainess aud pain n tbe Hide. Booie- meH the iam lu In he ghnnlder, and lit mtHtakeu lor rlivauialUni. The stomach U affected with loft of appetite and BlrkneHW. bowels ih general cOHUve, someumea alter nating with lax. The head is trou oled with naln.and dull, heavy kensation, consldera Die lorn of memory, mccomuiinied with Duintut t ti.su t :u uf hav inn left undone Bomethtng which ought to have been done. Olteu complaining of weakness, debility and low spirits. Sometimes some of the above uttenu the disease, and at other times very few of them; but tbe liver is generally tbe organ most Involved, lure the liver with Or. Simmons' Liver Regulator, A PRKPARATTOy OF ROOTS AND HERBS, WAR RANTED to be strictly vegetable, and can do no injury to any one. It has been used by hundreds, and known for the last thirty-live years as one of the most reliable, efficacious and harmless prep arations ever offered to the suffering. 11 taken regularly ami persistently, it is sure mmammmmm'aaaaamamam'aaaaa'aaaaaaamlFl n on r d vanMiMiia headache, jaundice REGULATOR. teostivenesslckhead- ache, chronle diar rhea, affections of the bladder, camp dysen- kldnevs, fever, ner vousness. chills, disease of the skin, lnipu ntv of the blood, melancholy or depression of aplrits, heartburn, colic, or pains In the bowels, pain In the head, fever and ague, dropay. boila.paln In back and limbs, asthma, erysipelas, female affections, and bilious dia eatirs generally. Prepared only by jTh. ZFJLJN CO, Druggists, Macon, Ua. For sale by all llrugglata In Memphis. Price. SI; by mall. SlZi. apS ROBERT WOOD & CO., ' PHILADELPHIA ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS. GARDEN and Cemetery Adornments. Cast, Wrought Iron and W Ire Railings, Foun tains, Vases,Verandaa, cltees. Arbors, Chairs. Summer Houses, Iron Stairs, spiral aud straight. In every tarlely of pattern N. w and Improved styltf Hay R;i..is, Mangers, stable FUturea, StslTDi visions, etc. PATaarr Wise Won. Railings, Htore Frouts, Door and Window Guards, Faim Fencing, etc. Broume Worlt. Having fitted up our Foundry with special reference to the above class or work, we are now prepared to All, with promptness, all orders for Bronze Castings of statuary, colos sal, heroic and life slae. ir as kstal I iios GooDS.-The largest as sortment to be found In the United Hi ate, all of which are executed with the express view of pleasing the taste, while they combine all tbe requisites ol beauty and substantial con tructlon. Purchaser may rely on having all articles carefully boxed and shipped to the place ol destination. Designs will be sent to those who wish to make a aelfH-tlnn. apl NOTICE. HAVING qualified Administratrix of XX the estate of the late John McGrath, no tice Is hereby given to all persons holding claims against said estate to present tneiu, dulyMpoated, to me, al tbe office of Hanson, sw nigra t Daahlell, within the time pre scrlbed law, and all persons indebted to said eataS are requested to make Immediate lyWpuat in3 J I sgjstsl ti.tittnit settlement vajrw: to save trouble auu tin gallon. ! 1 QIMMRMQ' LIVER itlon. nasiium Sa-t.- ..'-Sl House, Attorney. Hanson, Bwlnglsv Lhhlell,gVJooqy HdBfco. -icir CHICKASAW IRON WORKS, NO. 98 SECOND STREET, HLjNrxUEI e Prop'rs. o ALL KINDS OF Iron and Brass Castings, Railroad and Steamboat Work Promptly Bxcoouted. e-QIN CiEARJNti, EARTH AL'UUBS, and Agricultural Machinery Repaired. Agent for AMES' PORTABLE ENOUJEH.- CARPETS! OIL STRAW AND COCOA MATTINGS. FRANK WILKINSON, SIGN PAIISTTE 32 POPLAR STREET. GILDING on GLASS, RAISED BLOCK LETTERS, SHOW CARDS.Etc JOH3J CU8BINS, GUNN & COOVER, Planing Mill and Lumber Yard, No. 161, 163, 165 WASHINGTON STREET, MempxilaXi a s at as . as s Tonnoaaee, mr Manufacturer of Ulsaed Hash. Moulding. Baluster. Newel Posts, Bsnd-Rslllng Lai ties. Palings, Brackets, Door snd Window Frames, Celling, aiding. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS FLOORING Dealers In Fra-nlng Lumber, of all kinds; Rough and Dressed Y. Pine, Poplar Cypress W. Pine, Oak and Walnut Lumber, Lath and Shingles. Plank Li inches by lu feet to is lew, for Box Hoaxes. Planing, Sawing, Turning and Scroll Sawing done to order. We make our Doors, Bash snd Blinds r Sci-soned White Plue. All wurk warranted to be of superior quality, both ia material aud flnlnh. Wtsblug to supply onr customer with a superior quality of stock, carefully packed and shipped, aud uunSueut tnal yua will be pleased with oar Prices, Stylos and Quality ofWorls. Your orders are respectfully solicited, and will be filled with neatness and despatch. FURNITURE. AMES, BE ATT IE & CO., 396 Main St., Gayoso Block, orris all rtsne o FURNITURE, CARPETS, Etc. AT LOWEST RATES, AND WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. WALTHAM WATCHES. WALTHAM Watches ! WTbe extenalve nse of these Watches for the last fifteen years by Railway Conductors, Engineers aad Expresameu, the most exact Ing of watch-wearers, has thoroughly demon strated the strength. tea.llues. durahUity and accuracv of tbe Walthani Watch. To satlsfv that class in all these respects, is to decide the question ss lo the real value of th.se time-keepers. More than 4QO.OOO or these Watches are now speaking for themselves lu the pockets of the people a proof and a guarantee of their superiority over all others. The superior organ ixallou and great extent of tbe Company s Works at Walthani, euable them to produce watches at a price which renders competition futile, snd those who buy any other watch, merely pay from 2 to SO per cents mora for their watches than is necessary. We are now selling Walthani Watches at less prices In greenback than the gold prices before the war. There Is n other manufac ture of any kind in the United States ot which this can be said. These time-pieces combine every Improve ment that a long experience has proved of real practical uae. Having had tbe refusal of nearly every invention In watchmaking originating in this country or In Europe, only those were finally adopted which severe testing by the most skillful artisan In our works and long uae on the part ot the pnbiic. demonstrated to be essential to correct and enduring time-keeping. Among the many improvements we would particularize; The Invention and use of aeentre-ptnlou of peculiar construction, to prevent damage to the train by the breakage of main springs. Is original with the American Watch Company, who, having had the refnaal of all other con trivances, adopted Fogg's Patent plniou aa being the best aud fanttleas. Hardened and tempered hair spring, now universally admitted by watchmakers to be the best, are used In ail grades of Walthatu Watches. All Waltham Watches have dust-proof caps, protecting the movement from dust and lessening the necessity of the frequent cleaning necessary in ether watches. Gur new patent stem-winder, or keyless watch. Is already a decided success and a great Improvement on any stem-winding watch In the American market, and by far the cheapest watch of It quality now ottered to the public. To itmse living in portions of the United states where watchmakers do uot abound, watches with the above-men tioueil improvements, which tend lo Insure accura cy, cleanliness, durability and convenience, must prove invaluable. Every watch guaranteed by the Company. To prevent Imposition, buyer should see that every watch shonld bear either of the following trade marks : American Watch Co .Waltham. A ppleton, Tracy A Co P. 8. Bartlett " W till am Ellery " Home Watch Co " For sale at retail by all respectable dealers. A descriptive circular giving much useful Information sent to any address on applica tion. No watches retailed by the Company. Address. ROBBINS & APPLETON, Gen1 1 Agents, 182 Broadway, Mew York. mm-Ask to teethe at-io FVL L- PL A TE WA TCM bearing th trade mark 1 AMJCKICAX WATCH CO., Crete nt afreet. Wauham, Ham." n H by far the bet Full-plat Watch mad in the United State, and surpnmt anything heretofore made in thu lusaaa for Railway Engineer, Conduct or, etc aplS daw MERCHANT TAILORS. MURRAY &, RIDGELY, lVIo"toxa.'ia.t Tailors 31 Madisos Strkbt, DESIRE to inform their patrons and the public generally, that they have received tbe moat complete and admirable Btock ol SPRING GOGD8 thht thsy have ever been able to offer in this market, consisting of tne very choicest selections of French and Ei'g lib Cloths, Coatlnga. Boltings, Pants sod V eating, ail of which they are able to orer at reduced price, and to make up in the latest ,na most niiirb style Give them a call, ml ABSOLUTE DIVORCFJS legally obtained in New York. Indiana, Illinois and other St lea, for persona from any state or country, legal everywhere; desertion, drunkenness, uou-support, etc., sufficient cause; no public ity no charge until divorce obtained. Advice free. Business establlshosVlS year. Address 260 SECOND STEEL. WITjSINSON, Solicitor. ATTORNEYS AT LAST. T. B. LOGWOOD. T. B. XICOU. C W. FOUtgS. Logwood, Micou & Fcikes. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 15 Union Street, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. as" W. C. FOLKES, Commissioner for Ar- 5 -lliSAS. otti The standard reputation rtaiad by un un rivalaJ nd mfkllibU Te Pewter during twsl, years past, i due to it perlect parity, Daaltk mineai od economy. Pat up ta tins, actual salitht, a repraaeaUai, od wui keep for yean. Th quantity required for dm t from one ann to one-half mm than other Baking Pew. I kj throughout tbe Coirs -ttat-i DOOLEY I I BE'-THER. Hanafiw-turer and ProsrMSSra 6 .. mm mm I s apis J. W. S BUOWSE. J. W. X. USuWE BROWNE & BROWNE. Practical lumbers, PE FITTERS, 41 lemphts. Tenn. All 1 1 Ten . Ie.1 f m h (1 AS AND STEA.M I Mamso.i STE1 orders will oromr 10 CENTS. JOS. SPECHT, 37 Msdison Street. nESIKES to inform his old friends and the public in general, that lie has i.peued Ii is Ice Cream SahKn for theseason.and he would be happy to have a call from all who want anything iu his Hue. His prices are in ac cordance with the times, and his confections are excelled by none. P? COCHRAN HALL. A FIRS ( -CLASS DAY BOARDING HOUSE. r Terms 6 per m , . it per month. Keptbythe tamo us HCHADK. Sos. i-ii Main street. HORSE AND CATTLE REMEDIES. The Bi'st and most Reliable ere; offernl to the l'nblie. Tho American Magnetic nOIII COSDITIQH POWDERS CERTl FICATE. 2? rSmem gres ass-rlt tr9m re- beiag prssjan-l with p rr'JMZ.mm fee ,h. Ilaale ingreslleatt. r ' , . , the imam dwemm fcw wnii-O uej !w ML mm ... . hU fl 1 1 11 GEORGE H. DADD. mZUZZ, wfll Si ask mt a mmj f " Hsne and taBllM2VEXt3sV grata. vORB SMITH. FlTtu3. O. O. WARD .0.. olesale Agents, Memphis. WKnr -ale by ail retail dmgsdata. laSI ilswend No. 198 1-2 MAIN STREET. F. HILL, fJOMMISSIONEK FOR THE District Court of the Unit'd States COMMISSION ER rOB TH Court of dtimt at Washington. Conimissioner of D?' "L81 liuxm and Temtonss, ana NOTABT I-raXsIO and prompt attention aiTen to VtSot &LuJn, or Commission, from other States. OFFICE: Ho. I COURT STREET, Hsar Front atralJrr!nton HowaU o J JasBileHiaaak "tS HgskSBWssSiai 5 " LmW lLM? s- awr " 5 mmWMmmmmmmmWmwmmm V i . -F aaBwsw HTJME SSjT m