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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
ESTABLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY, MAY 21 1870, VOL. 30. NO -171 THE INSOLENCE OF OFFICE. A Jiiit Rtbuke to Official Heelers Batlfft by Judfr Trigg. From the Nashville Banner. A ease wxi trifld before J ik1jj Trifry io the Federal Court, a (lav or two .!! . in which the defendant was charged with having hindered ami obstructed a revenue officer in exam ining the hooks which the act of Con gress required the deferflant, as a dis tiller, to keep always oen to the in spection oi all reveuue officers. The defense was rented upon the jrround that, in making the demand, or while the defenlant was in the act of com plying with the demand, by showing the hooks, the officer indulged in such abusive and insulting conduct toward the defendant as to irritate and offend liiui. aud that the defendant's refusal to show his books did not proceed from any desire to evade or defraud the revenue law, Init was occasioned by a natural rex-ntmeut to the inso lent and tyrannical conduct of the officer. His Honor charged the jury that it was Uie duty of every officer of the I'nited Stat, from the President down to the unwt insignificant offi cial, to represent the Government not only in its power, but also in its mer ev, its humanity and its gentleness, 'hat laws uere not iuteutted for the oppression and ruin of the people, nor their execution to be if .idea cloak lor insult and abuse. That while some laws appeared to be severe in their demands upon the people, they had their excuse in the necessities of the nation, aud as they were uniform in their nueratiuus, they were neither ....i..,.. . un,i;i0..,.lit0La"ui" 'se sironiri 01 ran on. ."iTy."?:... : xrsz.;.L :r:rr accounted foron th Uir null i ' i tur l i . i. . uucj auu the officer-1 to enforce them. But when called on to enforce them, it was the dutv of the officer to act to ward the citizen in the same spirit with which the Government was ac tuated in pacing the law a spirit of firmness, but also of kiudnesp and hu man it v. That the Government, in all its power aud majesty, was nevertheless. ftenignaut ami gentle towaru jts cm ums, and he could think of no type to which this Government, as he efteeinetl it, could be so well compared as to that of a high-toned, well-bred gentleman. That, not only was it a matter of principle, but it was also the policy ot the Government that its ben eficent laws should not be rendered odious to its citizens by an insolent and tyrannical execution of them. That it was a grave error lor an officer to suppose that, ttecause he ls ciothed with a little brief authority be has the right to hector aud bully over every citizen that the law placed in his power, or that, in making his de mands upon the citizen, he has the right to couple it with such abusive and insolent conduct as to provoke the citizen into a disobedience of the law, aud thus furnish the ground for a violation of law. which his own tyrannical course had occasioned. And therefore it is, that the mo ment an officer so far forgets himself as to treat a citizen in a brutal, hec toring manner, he disgrace the po sition be holds, and forfeits all claim to obedieuiv or resect. A demand made in an abusive, insulting man ner is not a legal demand ; the citizen is not bound to obey it, and cannot be puuisbed for refusing to obey it. We do not pretend to give the en tire charge of his Houor, nor to do justice to that part of it which we have referred to above, but we were si forcibly impressed with the good sense and justice of the charge that we determined to allude to it, with the hoie that it may have its proper weight with thone who have been placed in power over us. LETTER FROM HOT SPRINGS. Hot NUBS, Akl., May 14, 1S70. Editor Appeal : As the season ad vances, the couipauy at the Springs increases very rapidly. There are now nearly Saw visitors here about liW of whom have reached here with in the past week. It is expected there will be a greater number here this than at any previous season ; and 1 am glad to note many important im urovemeuts wii tbe part of property holders, iu anticipation of liaving to entertain an iucreasfd number ot guewts. New hotels, large ami spa cious iu dimensions, have been erect ed ; increased facilities for bathing, are iu course of preparation, aud numer ous other wants are being supplied. There can be uo doubt that visitors ia the future, both as regards their convevance in reaching tbe Springs and their entertainment after they are here. Mill be much more favorably impressed with their visit than lor merly. The travel from all points as lar a Kittle Kock.either by the White or Arkansas river, has always been most agreeable; but ouee at Little Kock, oue has bceu at the mercy of all kinds of extortiouers. He is as sailed aud harassed almost to death by all kiuds of hack-drivers, who -cm to think persons coining to the Springs are legitimate objects lor plucking. Hundreds of strangers omiug here become the prey ol these sharpers. For their information, it may not be amiss to state that the Arkansas Stage Couipauy, who are the mail contractors, ruu a line of daily stages elegaut Concord coacrn-s between the two point. They have careiul and skillful drivers, change horses every fourteen miles, aud have educed tbe through fare to eight dollars. They have also arranged to send ot extra coaches and in valid hacks, which may be secured by telegraph, by parties of seven for tbe former, aud four for tbe latter, at regular ralcn, and without charge for telegraphing. By this arrange ment parties may travel at their leisure either making the trip from Kittle Kock iu a single day, or taking two days, aud enjoy the beautiful seaery ou the road, where, also, they wUl meet with excellent entertain ment at several points when they may wish to stop. This company, also, ruu tri-weekly stages from Little Kock to Tulip, Princeton, Camden, Kock port, Arkadelpbia aud Wash ington, and to t 'larks vi lie, Texas, which must be a great couvenieooe to the merchants of Memphis and oth er point-, who are seeking tbe trade ol this State, as it saves them the heavy expeuse of procuring private means of transit to all important points. We have recently bad a melancholy iccurreuce in our midst, in the shoot ing of an Irishman named Keordan, by Mr. George Hale, which termi nated fatally. Mr. H. is a young man ol pea.-eabie disposition, aud a partic ular favorite with his aequaiu lances, whom be endeared to him by his ur bauity and kindness of heart. The facts as developed since the occurrence show the shooting to have been justi fiable. - Tbe Western Uuion Telegraph Com pany have completed a line of wire to this point, and the instruments commeuctsi operation to-day, which event was duly and properly celebra ted by tbe good people here present Tbe completion of this line, together with tbe establishment of a flourish ing local paper, the Courier, are epochs in the history of this iamoun resort, worthy of record. 1 note among the many Memphians here at present, the recent arrival of Major Peyton aud Captain Otey. The fruit throughout this section is entirely killed. Farmers who have large orchards tell me they will uot get a siugle ; apple or peach tbissesv mju. Dot. A bill lubmitted by Mr. Bingham, of Ohio, iu Uie House of Representa tives, ou Monday, to enforce tbe right of United States itizena to vote iu any State in which they have previously been denied that right by reasou of race, color or pre vious condition, passed bv a strict narty vote of 121 to 44. I BY MAIL AND TELEGRAPH. The steamer Upton, with 3U0 men on board, will probably he captured by the Spanish authorities. A Span ish man-of-war is employed for tbe purpose. The New York Sfnndarfl nwrrihes the Radical defeat in New York to Greeley's folly. Grant tells General Hancock that "there is nothing in their personal or official relations to justify his (Han eoek's) promotion now or hereafter.'' Great dissatisfaction prevails in Cuba U-cause of the Uirbarous execu tion ot General Goicouria. The Span iards were defeated a few days ago by th.- relels. Neither of the present candidates for the Secretaryship of State will probably be elected. Howard Is ahead. Some new man, probably David Love, of Nashville, will he choaea. Trcwevant, Buys and Butler have withdrawn. ( ne hundred and thirtv-llve bills have been intro- duetd. Two fairs are in full blast in Nashville. Dr. rWehii- Phn-bus, what a name for a preacher! wi- unanimously chosen Presiufent of the Presbyterian General Assembly in Philadelphia. hie hundred and fourteen delegates are present from the South in the Gen eral Assembly of Southern Presbyte rians at Louisville. Yesterday, in Cincinnati, any num ber of liquor men were arrested, charged with reveuue frauds to the amount ot fS.nuo.OtM). A curious fact has been noticed in several cities on the Delaware. The I -n.m t aiim i" iww mr- iuuuiu ui iiht ' I - l 1 1: 1 1 - i c : i on the supposi tion that the freshets carry off from the refineries the refuse, which, float ing on the top of the water, eaters the gillsjof shad which rise to the suriace. Asa confirmation of this theory it is pointed out that the shad caught near Bristol, Burlington, or Trenton, are tre.. fruui this remarkable taste. It seems that there is really some truth in the proposed fcsue of a de kisfd fractional coinage to which reference was made some days since. Mr. Mercar, of Pennsylvania, lathers the proposition in a bill to provide titty, twenty-five aud ten cent pieces of some mongrel compound, to be four-fifths of the silver value. "To the West, to the West, to the land of the free," sings Mr. Charles Mackey, and Mr. Greeley faintly echoes him by telling poor devils who have not i- 50 in the world, to take fciV), go West, and buy a farm. Thus sing the poets, but prose tells a differ ent tale, so far, at least, as Kansas is concerned . A letter from Kansas City destrovs the illusion. There employ ment 's "scarce," aud labor cheaper than tn the East. What the Presbyterians are About. Philadelphia, May lit). The Presbyterian General Assembly met at nine o'clock this forenoon. Tbe following telegram was received from the Moderator of the Genera! Assem bly for 1837, and was read by the Moderator of Allegany City to the Director of the General Assembly ol the Presbyterian Church. The Moder ator of the last General Assembly ol the Presbyterian Church, immediate ly preceding the separation, sends greetings to the first re-united assem bly of tbe same through the Moder ator, praying that their proceedings may be dLstiniruinhed by the wisdom that is from above, and cemented bySori that charity which is the bond of per fectuess. David Elliot. Reports of the standing committees of the Assembly were handed to the clerk without reading. On motion, the second order of the day, reports of the Synods, etc.. was postponed till the afternoon. The report of the Joint Committee on Conference ou the union of publi cation boards was read by Rev. Dr. Humphreys. The report was accepted aud filed ou the docket in order to come up ou its regular order. u motion ol Dr. Musgrove, a , mittee was appointed to revise . . rules aud adjudications, anil to report at the next Assembly. All the reports ot the Reconstruc tion Committee were relerred to a lecial committee to designate the time-lor the reports to be taken up. The joint committee ou the fund for disabled ministers and their families made their report, which was filed. The communications of forelgf- delegates were referred to tbe Com mittee on Correspondence. v - . . Tbe Other MethodlsU. Baltimore, May 2b. The Metho dist General Conference adjourned yesterday. A resolution was ottered rei ommeuding to the Anuual Con fereuce that a call for a General Con vention be made, to be held at Lynch burg, Va., ou the first Friday in May, ls7i, for the purpose of considering several important alterations of the Constitution. The reports published in the newspapers of tha Associated Press that in the Geuorid Conference the consolidation ol the Methodist Episcopal Church South would be proposed, was contradicted in yester day's session. NOT BORN T8 BE DROWNED. Remarkable Escape from Death at Sea. The following particulars of a most remarkable escape from death at sea are from a letter written by C. A. Rainlett, jr., master of the ship Sur prise, dated at Shanghai, China, Feb" ruary 11th. The story will rival any of Slarryatt's inventions. The Sur prise sailed from New York October h, 1 UBS), for Shanghai, and ou February 2M, at noon, one huudred and twelve days out, had sailed lti,.'14!f miles, being then in the Pacific ocean, in hit. 2U.2H north, and long. I2M east. The Captain writes: At hall-past twelve, mid night, of January Htb, the second mate with his watch, were aloft reef ing the mizm topsail, when William A. Joy, S" small boy belonging to Nantucket, fell from the weather quar ter of the yard overboard, just clear ing the weather mizzeu channels, but striking heavily ou one of the boat davit chains. I saw him fall, but did not have the remotest idea that we couel save him, uot only for the rea son that the night was dark and stormy, with a heavy sea running, but because I supposed he wss severely injured by the fall, and encumbered by his clothing would sink immediately. However, 1 called all hands, short ened sail, wore ship around on the port tack, aud stood on for about fif teen minutes, when some of the men forward thought thep heard a cry. Shortly 1 wore ship again on the star board tack, as we were when beweut overboard, and as the ship came up to the wind we all heard him cryiug out on. our weather bows. Coming to, with everything aback, brought him right under the weather quarter' when he was hauled iu with a low line throwu over him, apparently un injured. He was naked, having undressed himself, oil clothes, aud sea boots, etc., in the water no small feat itself for a boy less than fourteen, and small of his age. His left arm was badly in jured, but he had not felt it in the water. I considered his oue of tbe most miraculous escapes from drowning I ever beard of, not only that the boy should keep himself up for forty-five minutes, but that we should tind him iu such a dark night . Serious ImMM New York.. wl i 'II A I i I I . l I I I 1 . T . IA- I . 4 . UIIOOIL. being erected in avenue A, and lack ing proper support, gave way in the side walls this morning and buried six workmeu two of" tliem, John Knight and David juinutrd, were mortally, and the others seriously hurt. FROM WASHINGTON. Things that Leak Out - Fremont. Wabhinotov, May 20. Tbe Sen ate, in executive session to-day, con firmed the following nominations: Geo. N. Batchelor. Secretary for Da kota Territory; Geo. N. Dent, Ap praiser of Merchandise at nan Fran cisco ; K. P. Jacobson, United States Attorney for the Southern District of of Mississippi. Postmasters Jesse Moore, Owensboro ; ani P. B. Haw kins, Bowling Green, Ky. The House Pacific Kail road Com mittee had another session to-day on Die Trans-Continental iUilroad bill. I 'n iuoiit and others interested are lighting tbe Senate bill. The House Appropriation Commit tee to-day completed the Army Ap propriation bill. It makes considera ble reduction below the estimates. Money Matters. Coin balance in the Treasury, $70. lol.OWtl; gold certificates, $,7:U,0H0; curreaey "OO.OHO. The Banking and Currency Com- mittee held a meeting tins morn lug. No amendments were made to Gar field's bill. They are to hold one more meeting before the committee is called on to report back to the House. Cox and Colhurn are proba bly the only mem Iters of the com mittee who will oppose the bill. A Radical Row. A heated debate sprung np in tbe Seuate this morning on tbe passage of the resolution to adjourn on the 4 th of July. Mr. Drake severely denounced the Republican Senators for voting with the Democrats. Mr. Cameron retorted sharply, ami Mr. Tipton responded somewhat vehemently to Mr. Drake ; and, among other things said, there was too much attempting to dragoon the Senators ou t his floor. The editor of the Washington Chronicle had been ail winter engaged in this business, and threatening Senators with the party whip-lash. This practice of the Clmmtrle, aud of everal Senators on this Hoor, had become infamously odious, and he denounced it as such. He was called to order for using un parliamentary language. Peudingthe discussion, the morning hour expired. Forney will Wade la. It is understood that Forney will attack the report of the Judiciary Committee on the Georgian-Bullock matter, and so threatens in a to-day's editorial. He will make unpleasant allusions to the manner in which some Senators were elected. Forney has written a letter, which will be pub- lished to-morrow, denouncing ther denouncing manner in which the investigation was carried on, aud characterizing it as a star-cliambwr affair. A Case for McBath. George Albert, the negro who out raged Hager Smith, in Jones' Wood, Wednesday night, has been arrested in this city. It is found out that on Sunday night he raped a girl named Kate Woods. The game between the Athletics, ol Philadelphia, and the Olympic Club, of this city, yesterday evening, at tracted an audience of about 3000 per sons. The following is the score: Olympic, 14. Athletics 11; time of game two hours and live minutes. Forney's ( hrunwie to-morrow will contain a two column article in reply to the report of the Judiciary Com mittee, wherein he will show up the records ot the Senators who signed the majority report. The House has concurred in the . -ii.iLe uiuiruuiucitb lo me resoiuLiou of adjournment, and it is now defin itely settled that both houses will ad journ July oth. FOREIGN SUMMARY. Napoleon's Troubles. Paris, May 20. The French Gov ernment, through its secret ageuts, has reeeivsl uiwt positive informa tion that the Red leaders meditate a rising to-morrow in Marseilles and other places, immediately upon the aunniincemeut of the result of the vote by the Emperor. The dispatches also state that the Government pre cautions are in anticipation of such an iusurrectioi.ary outbreak, and it will exercise a firm hand in repressing any disorderly manifestations. A Row in Spain. Li suos, May 20. A revolt has taken ,,.r I " among the royal troops, who , allied to the standard of Marshal Cialdini. The afrair was a complete surprise, and but little excitement ex isted among the populace, ami the iniijj ii'e'crt was finished. The follow ing are the latest particulars: Karly yesterday morning a pro uunciameut appeared iu Lisbon over the signature of aged Saldouha, ad dressed to the army, and mll ing uioii bis comrades to rally and support him iu bis pretensions. Six battalions ol the forces, compris ing the other garrisou, rallied, and, heading up the troops with loud cheer, the battalion advanced upon the royal palace. The troops stationed there resisted them aud repulsed every attempt to occupy the building. The Revolutionists found themselves un able to eflfect an entrance; seven sol diers were killed and wounded. The action terminated at noon. Saldouha withdrew his force, aud moved on the the -troiig castle of St. George. Here he was more successful, and obtained taiiuplete possession, commanding tlfo entire city. The King, finding his forces inade quate to cope with those of the re bellious Duke, concluded to parley with him, and if possible save iurthcr eilusion of blood ; and as it was deemed impossible to dislodge the rebels Irom thtnr stronghold without fearful slaughter, he therefore dispatched a courier requesting the preseuce of the Duke, who, however, arrived at the royal palace shortly after. Saldowha had an interview with the King and the prime minister, Lowle. The Duke detailed his terms; That he was to be installed iu the position of minister of war and invested with the formation of the cabinet. The King replied, considering the request, and appointing him to the position. The prime minister, enraged and disgusted at the humiliating conduct of his sovereign, instantly tendered his res ignation, declaring that he could no longer serve under a dishonored gov ernment. The city of ( 'porto and other towns sympathize with the movement, which was purely mili tary n its character. The people remain tranquil, and did uot participate in the affair. The movement was so sudden and unex pected that tbe people were lost in amazement at the spectacle of an aged battle hero dictating terms to his sov ereign. Effects of Spanish Convulsions. London, May 20. The numerous and conflicting dispatches received in this city concerning the intrigues on foot at Madrid, for the possession of the vacant throne, have proceed re newed interest and excitement in financial circles, by the arrival of Duke Montpensier at Madrid, and the subsequent declaration of Serrano in behalf of the Montpensier branch. These dispatches had a depressing effect upon the Spanish funds dealt in at the Stock Exchange, causing a marked decline in those securities. The uew Spanish loan bonds declined one per cent. What Is It? London, May 20. The prisoners Boulton and Park, arrested for as suming t He garb of females and oth erwise conducting themselves uube oomingly, were arraigned in Court this morning and trial commenced. The court-room was crowded, and the interest and evidence exceeded that in any triat for many years. The evi dence of the physicians who had been detailed to make a medical examina tion of the persons of Boulton and Park , was very raiuute, and in perfect sub stantiation that both bad been guilty of a serious crime of a character al most unheard of in the criminal cal endar. Negro Emancipation, Havana, May 20. Captain Gen. end DeKhod&s has just published an order, that all the utorest belonging to the insurgents in the Held, or in for eign countries, or who have taken up arms, or served as aids to tbe Spanish troops, or performed any other ser vice for the .National Council, are henceforth free. The insurgent Captain Mestril, and some of his followers, have surren dered to the Spanish at Puerto Prin cipe. Portugal s Troubles. Lisbon, May 'JD. Marshal Saldouha was to-day formally installed aa Min ister of War. The Chambers will be immediately dissolved. Russia Moving on British India. St. Petersburg, May 20 Mid night. The Emir of Bakhara is pre paring to invade Afghanistan. He has been granted a subsidy by the Russiau Govern meut to aid him iu undertaking the expedition. FROM NASHVILLE. McBath after Cuffee. " Nashville, May 2i. in the House a bill was introduced directing tax assessors to list the colored voters for poll tax. A resolation was adopted requesting our members of Congress to have a law passed to pay the citizens of the State for losses in property during the war. Adopted and transmitted. The bill amending laws extending power to eh ngk) venue from one jua tfcu's court to another passed third reading. A bill for the relief of druggists who sell liquors for medicinal purpo ses passed third reading. A resolution appointing a commit- mittee to inquire into the affairs of the penitentiary, and ascertain whether any further legislation is necessary to protect the institution ami reader it self-sustaining, was adopted and trans mitted for concurrence. Mr. McBath offered a bill making the crime of rape punishable with death by hanging. Passed the first reading. A bill allowing insurance compa nies to pay license in the County Courts instead of at that Comptroller's office, passed its third reading. A bill increasing the salaries of the chaplain and physician of the peui teutiary, passed its third reading. The Everlasting Election. In accordance with the adjourn ment yesterday, both Houses met in k lnvention at 10 o'clock to-day, for i a , ..unwise of re-mnmo- th l.alh.iinu- purpose ol resuming for Secretary of State and election ot Comproller and Treasurer. Nineteenth Ballot-Brown,:U; How ard, 30; Jtotler, 10; Bugg, 10; Treze vant, 9 Fster, . The names of Messrs. Bugg, Butler and Foster were withdrawn. Twentieth Ballot Brown, 13; How ard, 4b; scattering, 4. The name of Mr. Bugg was again placed in nomination; but without taking another ballot the convention took a recess until to-morrow. The House then adjourned tilf 9 o'clock; to-morrow. It is thought that neither of the can didates voted for will be elected. New names will be presented to-morrow. Women Hard Cases. An Ohio man, who has traveled through the South, reports that he has not iced that the crops are remark ably fair, ani', promise well, especially the wheat crop. He also says the men appear to have been thoroughly re constructed, and are peaceable enough, but that the women areas re bellious as ever. Progress of Nashville. Since the announcement has been made that the remaining twenty Tour miles of the Kvansville, Hudson and Nashville Railroad will be completed and the cars running by the first of November, anumberof our citizens have gone, and others are going, to settle in New Madisonville, in the coal regious. MARKETS. HY j k i . i : j it a p a . New York. Nmr York. May so. Floor without change: nalea ol ictiw barreln at 4 HOqiM for superliue Sluie and wt-- m $5 mjjt SO for ooiiimon to rtiolce Htute: S65 20 tor round lioop Ohio, anil J5 IM lor trade brand. Southern flour In steady; galea of 50U luir-rri- ti -j 'itai. tn for common to fair extra, urn! SO 7(1,48 W for good to choice extra. Rye Hour siady; sales of ISO unlit at Si 50-aS si. ('ormnea'-sft nnnlerHle reuueHt; sale 'Si) bbla at Si A so .lerney, and S5 7i for Uraudvwlue. Oram Wheat a ahude firmer; galea Jn.tMj Oushat SI M for No. 2 NprlDg: $1 20rorNo.X do, andSSc for rejected. Cora It rnier; sales 2,uou buah atl uk,i 12 for uew mixed weM ern, aud f I 10 for old do. Kye steady; sales 1 IiuhIi on private term. Provisions Mesa pork heavy; sales 1250 lihls al ?.v hu for mesa, aud !." x:.: 50 Tor prime do. Mess beef steady; sales 250 bills at S 1 1 I . l in meals steady ; sales l&U pegs at 12(nl.3,o tor slioulders; ISnalTc for hums. Mlddlps arm. hard heavy; sales 1SUU tierces at 15(j ISc for sieam. mid h, . tlt.i.c for kettle rendered, IncliidliiK steam for July aud June at I6c. Iluuer dull and heavy; lOig'.Vc for Western; SaiBc fur State. Cheese quiet; SAIOHe for common to prime. Hterlne steady; sales W.nuolbs. at I6.l7c. Tallow dull; sales lai.(iU) lbs. at Vit!. ottase dull aud uominal. Whisky tirm ; sales IUU bbla. alSl iV Cotton timet, clusing dull and heavy at y&.-j&Wv loi Middling I plands and Mobile; Ww2:f'0c lor oi leans aud Texas; sales 1100 bales. Cof fee niodeiately active; sulea 21-14 bags of Ulo ou priv ate :ei ins. iviioleuni market dull at IV for crude; 27(2r '-, for standard wnlte. isugai quiet aud active; sales :I70U huda. al imw; Hl--c: lair lo wood tt-lnnin c. STKkkT, 5 p. iu Money very easy at .(S-i; national uank notes sun a drag In (he market ; ilisoount easy at tss? for prime pa per; foreign eacuauge mm at 1U0H for prime banker's paper; (10-day sUirllug bills, 110(4 llu.V tiold closed steady, IHIl. Uov ernments quit-l aud arm at the close. South erua firm; leunesaeeOs ex-uoupous, leUieJtaj hew Teuneisees, .u!v0),i' ; levee tie, 7.sa7i's; levee 4, ia.i; Arkansas 7g, "',7tJ; Alabama , :-- t.'i.. Stock clused heavy aud lower, except Noiibweslerii, which ls arm. Louisville. !.oeivti.:.K. May 2a Bagging higher at 28c. ( 'oi tiiii, vi",.-. Corn, SI -V, sacks Included. Hay. Sl lor choice, wheat, red and white, Si UimSI 2U. Oats, .-. In sacks. Meaa Pork. SSU. Kaoou clear slues, 17 ', r : clear rib, 16'c ; shoulders, lUc. Bulk McUi clear stiles. lt'v; '-b-ar nb, 16c: shoulders, 12c. Lard unchanged, 17c. Hams unchanged, IVV'. Whisky raw, St UH. Salee of tobacco sS bhds., at 55 2US2 50. New Orleans. . a v, Nkw oki.kanh. May 20. Cotton Arm at 22V.. Flour, superfine, St 2SiH 75; XX. M ' 1 , .i5 IU; X;:X, S5 . 26. corn scarce; while, SI 5tai SA. Oats, 70c Hay, S-S.4J0. Bran steady. SI Tift I 40. Mess Pork, SSlySi 50. Kacou shoulders, 14Stc; clear rib, 17Hc; clear sides, Is'v Hams, SUis21c Laru-tlerce, 17Hc; kegs, Sugar aud molaaaes un changed. Cincinnati. CiM iNNATj, May 20. Provisions Arm, and lair transaollons. Pork, ISO. I.arti easy, l&m IOV4C. Meats active: hulk shoulders, 12c: Idea, 16c; clear rib, 164c; dear 10c, and held tffi higher; sales 20.0UU lbs clear rib at 15c nacou shoulders, lskc; clear rib, is- ,, . clear, 17'c flams, 20c. Klour more active; sales ol low grades al S4 25; extra, 4a4 8694 15; tauoty, S&ioi 26. Wheat dull and lower; serial SI uSgl II; choice held at SI 12. Corn if tned to Wim-; sales 510U bushels. Oats f il at S5ik:. Rye dull at 95c, Barley q.uiet. Vhlsky declined to St 04, and closed dull, (.otton quiet, 29c. Bran, ltl 5a Hay, Slti Ml" ja Baiter declined to 26,42. for choice stale, kggs dul tat 16c cheese, 14c. Linseed oil, SI 2T Hi 27. Toledo. Tolbiio, May 2a Klour Arm but quiet. Wheat steady and moderately active; amber, SI 16; while Michigan regular at Si 30; No. I white do, SI 46; No. 1 red, SI 18; No. 2 red, SI 13; No :) red. SI 06. Corn la qnlet; Ho. 1, a-;. No. 2, wuc on spot. Oata dml aud notu inal at 58.958'ac for No. 1. Freights are quiet at 3c to huflalo by sail. St. Louis. St. Louis,' May 20. Flour dull and an rhauged. Wheal easier, SI 00 tor No. 2 red fail. Corn higher for the not grades; prime to fancy white, tl 10t4l 20. OaU dutiable Kye quiet at 84986c. Whisky steady al Si 08. Provisions quiet and unchanged. Mess pork, S80930 5a Bacon-shoulders, : .,c; clear rib, lj'"c; clear, l7,'-4c. Lard nominally uu- Jmn(ledUOIg Bill for Divorce. In tke Circuit Court of Shelby County. Km una Turner vs. Barton Taruei - Petition for Divorce. 1 T appearing Irom affidavit In Ibis cause 1 that the defeiideul, liarton Turuei la a non-resident of the -state of Tennessee' ' It Is therefore ordered, that he make nte appearance lierelu. al tbe courthouse in the city 01 Memphis, Teuu., on Itie lourth Mon day In September, 18"0, and plead, answer or demur to oomplaluaul's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed aa to him, and set for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of this order be published ouue a week, for four snrceslve weeks. In the Merapbh) Appeal, A copy attest : M. D. U HTEWART, Clerk. By B. F. Coleman, deputy Clerk. uantt a McUowell, sob. for complainant. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SEALED PROPOSALS. CITY KNUINKKIt'S OFFK'B. ) .M km phis Tknic., May 20, 1870. f Sscr Healed proposals will be received at this office until 12 o'clock m MOMOAY, the -lib lust . for famishing the city with Twenty-Five Lamp Poets and One Hundred Lamps, For lurt her Information apply al U1U0H.ee. J. U. HUMPHREYS, my21 city Knglneer. NOTICE. To the Owners and Agents of Reel and Personal Property in the City of Memphis. mayor's office, rrrr hall, I Mem ph is, Tsn s , May 20, IH7a J 'T"llK Assessors for the 43d (1870) corporate I year have completed their Assessment and returned their hooka to this office aa re quired by the City Ordinances, where they will remain opeu until Ibe FlftMT DAY 'JK J INK NEXT, lor examination and correellou by parties interested. inyM JOHN JOHN HON, Mayor. SUMMER RETREATT THK Pt'T-IN-HA Y HOUHK, on PrT-tM-BAV I si. a m. Lake Khie, uuiu, sixteen miles from Haudusky, is the coolest reaort ia Amer ica, ami will accommushiTe eight hundred guesta. Tnere are twenty-two Islands in (hegroupe, covered with vineyards and flower gardens. 1 ne laae is run 01 all klutis of nan, wild luck abound, and nure air never fails. Yachting, boaling, baihlng, billiards, bowl ing, native groves. Ice-cream and wine rooms, uioou-llght excursions on the bay are truly romantic. It was here that Commodore Perrv " met the dnemy and they are ours," and mauy relics 01 tne name remain. '1'erras much less Mian Kaslem waterlntr- places. Address the proprietors for a pamphlet. my20 WEST a SWENY. Watches, Jewelry, Bmmonds WILLIAM C. BYRD Successor to Merriman. Byrd &. Co., No. 275 Main Street, Memphis Watclies ! CHAINS, LEONTINES, RICH CORAL GOODS, NEW AND ELEUANT FINE GOLD ENAMELED SETS, EVERY VARIETY OF Fine Jewelry and Fancy Goods, Ice Pitchers, Silver Ware. NEW GOODS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING. ITSTATCH REPAIRING. Special attention V paid lo Ihls department by the very 'lest talent. ENudiAVINO. Wedding Cards, Visiting I 'ards. Heals, (aw I am selling goods at the Lowest Gold vai.i a for cash, aud tnvue the inspection of close buyers. mylW DRY GOODS. WHOLESALE DRY GOODS B. LOWENSTEIN Will, on MONDAY, MAY 14th, offer to Merchants a full line of Their Dress Fabrics IJV Barages, Grenadines, Lenos, Mozambiques, Jaconets and Organdies, 800 pes. Linen Lawn, 300 pes. Jaconet Lawn, 1000 pes. American Lawns, Worth 10 to 134 Oentfl. ALSO, A FULL LINE OF Piques, Percales, Jaconets, Nainsooks, Hair Cords, Tape Checks, PLAIN, FIGURED AND STRIPED SWISS, TARLETANS, AMD MOSQUITO NETTINGS, ALSO, A FULL LINK OP RIBBONS AND TRIMMINGS. An Immense New Stock of Prints, Demestics, Cottonades. and Linen Duck. We will offer some special induce men is in Plain, Plaid and Striped Osnaburgs. B.Lowenstein&Bros. tir Entrance to Wholesale Depart naent. Main Street. FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. Memphis and St. Francis Rivar Tues day Packat. For Selena, Mariana, Madison aud wtttabu ri The new and elegaut -side-wheel Passeugei Packet. SAINT FRANCIS, T. R Bowman cap la ! fLLlenyeMeiuphlslor IJKL- H UNA, L Aiiuu iL,i.e. atiu oj every in LA Hit r HAHMBTAD. Aaeut. f.i.U Uatsallauii stinsi KlvANCia RIVEK.-1 DISPENSARY. DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S MEDICAL DISPENSARY 210 Mats Street, Up Stairs, Between Adams and -Washington, Memphis, Tennessee, rH NOW permanently established tor the treatment of Patients, bntb Male aud Fe male, who are alBlcled with any form of VENEREAL OR SECRET DISEASES slid, aa Hyphllls, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, (stric tures, and ail Ortuary Diseases; Hyphllltlcor Mercurial Affections of the Throat, Kkln or Holies. Orchitis Hernia or Rapture; also, the i! '.s of a Holltary Habits rnluous to tM body aud mind, producing Blotches on the face. Debility aud Imooieiicy Dhutness, Dim ness of sight, ( oumslon of Ideas, Evil Fore boding, version 10 Society, fiossof Memory, Weakness etc.; not all of these In any one case, but all occurring frequently in Various Rheumatism and Rheumatic Paine CURKU BY A M.W METHOD, ENTIRELY MY OWN. Particular Attention Paid to the DISEASES OF WOMEN, Such aa Excessive, Suppressed or Painful .neusi nun ion, ueilcnrrnoea or Whites, rail ing of tbe Womb, aud all Irregularities of the Monthly Periods, causiug sterility or Barren ness, aud oftentimes Consumption. Persons who have been underthe treatment of other Physicians, and have mil been cured, are iuvlted to call, aa 1 can cure all old Syphilitic Diseases, It makes no difference of now lung standing. They will yield to my Celebrated Vegetable Remedies, To which THOUSANDS can testify, who haTe been cunsd by me in New Orleans, Mem puis, t'alro, and various other places. All annua ulcatious strictly oonndeutlaL No Pay Until Cured ! The Doctor can be consulted personally, or by letter, upon all Diseases pertaining to nil Mpecialty, and all other Diseases, not requir ing his atumtlou outside oi uis office. sf. seperate itnce for .Ladies. Sal Office hour from s o'clock am., to 9 o'clock p.in. D. S. JOHNBON, M. D. m DRY GOODS. THE MEMBERS OF THE General Conference Are invited to our Sale of Elegant Dress Goods ! REDUCED PRICES ! Menken Bros. OFFER A LINE OF Mottled and Striped Grenadines At 1i eenU per yard. Figured Pique Brilliants Suited for ladies anil children' Walk ing Suits), at I cU. per yard. Black Iron Grenadines At "si eeuta per yartl. 8-4Hernani Grenadines Rememher our Great Sale of Lace Points! Full Lilies of Marseilles and Piques From ir eentu upward. Parties wanting House Furnishing Uooda are offered 10-4 Linen Sheetings, at 90 cents, 8-4 Bleached Table Damasks, 60c. Our Line ol TABLE LINENS. NAPKINS, TOWELS Is complete and cheap. Merchants ace invited to look at our STOCK OF NEW STYLES PRINTS, at cents and upward. Menken Brothers ROBBED AGAIN. &GO OO HBWARTJ i TOI.BN from my premises, on Poplar I street extended, one large . Brown Borate, Aged twelve years, sixteen hands high, branded with B. ('. and U. 8. on left sboulder. and M 8. on right thigh; sear oa the romp near root of the tail, about four Inches long ; star In the face, and left mud foot while, and a scar on the inside of let nock.; large and well defined harness marks. The above re ward will be paid lor th horse and thief, or half lor the horse, in the event the thief ls itot caughL He was traced In the direction of the Old Pair Urounds- The horse is iu good order. 9. W. KOYMTKK, inym at) Main street. HOT SPRINGS HOTEL, STITT UAINEH, Prop'rs, Hot spris. AKKAifRAB, is dow open for the reoept.on of KanUi. Kverjrthlnc ntu been Qtted up in tbe auttt superb uiaaintaud every conven ience added to make gncwU couifortabie. m!7 91000 Reward Por any case of HUn.l BlettHng or fcAin I'I.Kt, 'that DaBlNU's Pii.b Kkmkiii falls to cure. It has cured cases of 20 years standing. Try It, and get rid of the most troutdesome disease flesOTls netr to. Sold by all di ggists. Bold everywhere. Send for pamphlet. LabratanHi Prank lln street, apjA Baltimore, Md. Attachment Suit. In tbe circuit Court of Shelby county. Tenn S. H. Burton & Co. vs. Oeo. W. Seolt. VWRIT of attachment having been sued out under Section 3456 ol the i Yale of Ten nessee, against tbe estate of the defendant, tie... w. Scott, and returned levied on per sonal property lu such case, ant I affidavit having been made thai the deleudant Is In debted to plaintiff In the mi in ol s , by ac count. It Is therefore ordered thai the sad defend ant Oeo. W. Scott make his personal appear ance before the Judge of the Circuit Court, at a term of said court tube held lorsneihy coun ty at I he courthouse in ; he city ol Memphis, ou the fourth Monday iu May next. an J defend said attachment suit, wltnln the time pre scribed by law, or the same will be proceeded with -i parte, and thai tbls notice be pub lished in tbe Memphis Appeal, once a week for four consecutive weeks. April JX, HfJO. M. D. L. HTEWART, Clerk. Bv B. K. CoLkstax, Deputy clerk. Witaou rwaru, atujaawKS lor pit i. iwnt for plt'f. AMUSEMENTS. MEMPHIS THEATER Spldia. Bidwell &. MacOonouah, Propr's, K. W. YOONOK Ac-nun Maitaokb. ONLY MATfNKK. l.nKI' K'-i CARNIVAL M1NMTRKLM, I HIM DAY (&ATIJ&DAY), Doors open at one. to commence at two pre. eieely. SATURDAY NIGHT, THK URKAT KV'KNT, I KM MACK AND TOM ALLKN will give a OtlANII DWPLAY OP P1HT1C s ! J-.Ni r. , In the crib parlor iceTje from 1-UM A. Ml -I r.ltlt LA-tT N1UHT OP THK UKIK MINHTRKLM. MONDAY, MAY 2ld, THE URKAT KRKORK KAMILY OP BKLL-ltlNUKitM. CONFEDERATE Relief Association IE I O-UNT IC ! HEAD OF VAUCE STREET, SATURDAY, MAY 21st, 1870 C .O Tadt M I T T E E : GATE COMMITTEE: J. W. DAW.HON.CHA.'KMAX. JL U Bartmnr, James K. Beasley, i harles hasasss, T Frederick, .1. Mnrpby, Pred Wolfe, K. J. Biack, Ttioinaa T. Adams. Henry Moode, Jerry Lewla. FLOOR MANAGERS: Dr. K. W. MITCHELL. Chaibmaw. A. J. Black J. 1. DaBoae. Colton Oreen. Raphael Memmea, Jr. R. P. Duncan, Dr. Jobn Krsklne, W .O. Parker, M. B. Thurmond, W. P. Oray, J. R, PUyptn. RECEPTION COMMITTEE: Hon. Jefferson Davis, M.J. Wicka. .1. J. Murphy, W. O. Hunt, Judge H. O. Smith, iui. 's Woodruff. Ilol. M. Magevney, Jr., Judge 11. T. RJlett, Judge lieorge Dlaun, ColRobt. Mnowden, Newton Pord, Louis Hananer, Ed. Warburg. 1HHAM U Mrs. Walter tioodman, Mrs. W. M. Parrtngtou, Mrs. D. J). Maunders, Mrs. M. C Oallaway, Mrs. Florae. Tnrley, Mrs J. J. Bosbee, Mrs. Thomas H.Allen Mrs. J. M. Gregory. Mrs. Prayser Tituh. Mrs. I. M. Hill, Mrs. lodge A. Wugtil Mia. Dr. J. R Praysei . Mrs. U. navliaa. . H AHH1M. President. ARRANGEMENTS. Excellent music lultbrasx and atrlni. Mtreet cars to leaveCourl Mtiuaie every nve minutes, and run nntll V2 at night. Omnibnaeajo leave same ulace al anv time asia lo leave depot Memphis and Charleston rial i roau every uau hour. Kefreshmenia of all kinds on ground. Picnic to continue until 11 at night. A closing of all business bouses after I p.m. carnestlv requested: ajaa, eass-asts holding on .siaiurdays. . asp- tickeu. admitting gentleman aud la dles. (1 00. Tickets to be found at all the Book aud Drugstores In city .and other iiia.es. L R McPARLAND, H.T. ENlii.lMH. JOS. LOUXistN. J. M. H ATt.HKH VT. D. JOHNBON, y!5 Committee SSI Kutertainment. BROOM'S OPERA H00SE (Jefferson Street, near Main.) Chas. H. H. Broom Lessee and Proprietor KtiiCM. W. (iOHMAK AelluK Stake Mauaawt Prof. rank Aawoi.n .Leader ot Urciiesira aaTTHIS STAXOARI) VARfETY THEA TER is open the year round with a po werfu I and talented oorps of male and female art- ism. presenting eacti eveniua a programme replete with muia. mlrtu sua inelouy. .umiasiou. .x ; t-nvate Boxes, as. apl. VARIETIES THEATER. Corner Main and Washington Street. KEOPENED: J. 3a.kk'Hooi.ES,8ule an.. Manager ; W. U. Ukauriik. Treasurer: Ytm Mason. Stage Manager: Profeaaor P. s.svdeh. Musical Director; with the largest aud most versatile Variety Companv iu the South. OPEN EVEKYNIOHT. Admission a t ent. nmlyjOHgmaUAN-p Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a Deed of Trust to me given of Win. Busrhhaupt aud wife. Inly 12, INat, reourded in Kegister s udlce ol Hbeiby county, Tennessee, Record Book 72, page Liu, to secure a dent therein named, now past due, on Monday, May 23, 1870, Iu front of the court-house, on Second street. Memphis, tin which the Law aud Chancery courts of Memphis are held) between 10 o'olock a m. and 2 o'clock p.m.. I will sell, at auction, to the highest aud '..--! indder, for cash, lot ati, as designated on the Lane subdl vision of a tract of land adjoining aud uear the city of Memphis, on the east, as laid oa and sold by Mousarrat, Dupreet Co., June 'Bed. fronting ou lmpree street, H feet by me rest in depth, all In Hlielbv uminty, Teuu The equity of redemption Is waived, and all Homestead i is 1 1 la. I oouvey only as Trustee, wlthoui warranty. J. W. WESTCOTT. Trustee. May 11. 187a myl TRUST SALE. BY virtue of a Deed of Trust to me exe cuted by Wm. P.. Jones ou the -it Ii day of November, IW, and leglstered lu Dyer county, Tennessee, in Book N, pages im. too and vm, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for c vsll . at the oourt-house door, lu Dyeraburg , Tenn., On Monday, May 23, 1870, That tract of .130 acres of land lu the Rich W(Ksls,lii Dyer county, entered In 'lie name of Lot Hazard by Entry No. 413. The equity of redemption is wsived In the Deed of Trust, and said Jones' title ls believed to he perfect, vey su B. W. veyed to me. lapj ASUPK, Trustee. The Best and Cheapest Memphis Appeal A POLITICAL, NEWS, AND COMMERCIAL JOURNAL! A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. A Paper lor the Professional Man, A Paper for the Merchant, A Paper for the Farmer, A Paper for the Mechanic ISSUED DAILY.SUNOAY & WEEKLY Subscription Price Greatly Reduced DAILY: For one year W. , - .IV I'!.. .110 00 sot . I to Por three montlM. MT'Mll V- For one year M Por six months - - 1 Por three months 79 WEEKLY: For one year K 5J Por six months 1 a Por three months - 75 CLUBBING RATKH.-To clubs of two or more subscribers we will send our Mammoth Weekly, tbe largest paper in IheSouth 3xo lnt lies for oue year, each, t2. To clubs ul two or more subscribers we will send our ai-NDAY Awkal, fur one year, each, S2. NEWS D KALE KM, AUENT8, ETC. News paper Dealers, Express Agents, Country Mer chants, Postmasters. Depot Agents, and any friends of the MEMPHIS APPEAL, who will do so, are requested to procure regular sole Hcrlbers, remitting to us the amount, leas ten per cenL, or five per cenL for clubs, for ser vices; or, if preferred, arraugementa ss to uouipeusaliou will be made, specimen copusi sent ou application. AUCTION. EZEXIEL CO., AUCTIONEERS, Comer Second and Adams streetr. RKtitlLAR TKAliK SALES OP DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, BOOTS SHOES, HATS, ETC. Every Tuesda: & Thursday Mom'g. MMTI kutti Jvaac lUHwtlc U fOIUlKDmenti'V Iteturum Uiaule immt-HllaUiiy mtUar A. S. RObEKSQJt. AttCtie-eer TWENTY BEAUTIFUL City Residence Lots AT PUBLIC SALhl I WILL sell to ihe highest bidder, tbrougti Mes-rs KuVMTKit. tltKZKVANT . u Auctioneers, on THURSDAY, JUNE 2d, 1870, At 4 o'clock p.m., on the premises. Twenty Building Lots Vance. Linden and Cynthia Streets, Between Lauderdsle and Orleans streets, in what innst be regarded by all as one oi i.. most beautiful localities fornrat class private residences within Uie limits -il Memptll- PLANS OF THE PROPERTY Can te hal at theoOeeof the Auctiuaeer, aud as an loducenit-Mit to ixiffrs the sale wnt De ou the Tullowiug SASY TBB.MS: Third CSSh linn mmi wr, no. n. villi Int.. est. Time payments aeeared by trust deed. iu,mi- Miiu iree irom tax to tne puri.-uas.-: until 171. r. W. AMI ; i R0YSTER, TREZEVANf k CO., Auctioneers. Country Residence at Auction. THAThandsomely Improved and beautiful Lot, ooiitaimnte orar acven a. rH i ground, w ith a weil-bmlt TMWl Mtwl-t-J fltrmtr. tCltohan, Nj:h,e. itarden.and (In w watwr. three miltv eaat f the eltjr, ou dnloa av nne. In one of ihe most desirable iiMTall tlet for health aud goM. i. ii- u. ..i will, il not disposed of before privately, he flVr-d a unreaerved public sale, at our Km! Jatai-e KzchauKe, ou Monday, May 30th, On aorotumodnt w utdh lnfUe-Hlonaija Utle. Ruyster, Tr??evanl Sl Ca., Aaci'ti. TRUST SALE. BY' Vurtneof a Trust I.smI lo me executed, by Jane T. liornsliy and J f. Uornsb. on the llH.li .if August. Isss li, nre the pa, meut of eel lain inueoteduesa tberein -peel fled. I will sell, to tbe highest bidder, rorthe purpose ul satislyiua Kald indetiledneaa l.i &, In !. M. TTezeeanl 's plan i siibdlv ls'l..i, , noutaiuln I ia-o -M-res: slitiated oa Uniou avenue, ItlajUl three miles cssl ..( the cit; Terias, cash: rederapt Ion waived. Male on Kanifay, May 30tb. at 12 o'clock, acurt. At the Real Kstate KxchaUKe ul Koyster, freaevaui . i"o.. northeast c.rner of Main and Jeitersou -treeis, in ihe city ul Memphis. junn r. : ar..r.t .si r, ITllstee ttuvsiiK. Imin'tM ti ., vuctluucers CITY PLANING MILL ' instrucle,! to sell A GREAT BARGAIN, In a half or whole Interest of a City Plsmnv Mill, eeatrally loeateil aud well established In profitable business. One ih. nm. ..,.1 ilesirea to sell, but the entire iuterest can tic sold, if reu. uired. KIM TKK, TKKKVA.NT fO. RECEIVER'S SALE. On Thprdy, the loth Day of June Next. T 10 lock a.m.. in rlipaiii.tlnn.lii.ua.. tlojsl.-r, .- rcxe.au I .v t o., northeat ner-.i .i.-nervun iinu Mam sl r, els. t his cit V t will uifer lor sale, fur cast., m imt.it.- ... lien, sundry insolvent and douhtrm debts such Notes, bills of Exchange, Over checks etc. AlJtO. 1 Will sell, at the same time ami ul.-.- fur cash, the ftdluwliiK-named Silver Ware, i-ic , pawueo to me liayoso Havlm;s lust itu, nm . for the loan of uusuev. etc. : One Diamond Ring, pawned by C. K. Slewari. t Hit-1 rold Watch, pawned by If. F. Jonnsou. in- uuxeu stuvei rurxs, one aosen Silver Table Spoons one doxen Silver Test Spunns. une duxen Silver Dessert sj.ta.ns, pawui-,1 by Mary !!. Loner, or S. C. Loner- One pair silver Salt stands, one pair "tlvar isan npouns. one Oliver utttter Knife, one half dozen silver Forks, one dozen tMlver Tea Spoous, pawned by K. f. Tannehlll. rt. MOHBY, Receiver tiayoso Savings lustltutlou. Memphis. May IS. IH.0. roytT ATTACHMENT NOTICE. D. Shlosa di Co. va O. L Hill. BEFORE Jamb Hall, Justice of the Peace lor Shelby county, affidavit havins- las-n made in this cause, and attachment issued and returned, levied, etc. : it is iberetore ordered, that ostb lcatlnn be made in the Memphis Daily Appkai.. a newspaper published ;n tbe city of Mem phis, for lour successive weeks, commanding the said o. L. Hill to appear before me al my onice, city of Memphis. in the 14th Civil District ol said i-ouuty. on the .Itli .lav ul Jnne, 1870, at 10 o'clock a. in., and make de fense uisaiu suit against them, or It will be proceeded with ez parte. J A.TSEiS I1AL1., 111 y 1 1 Justice "sees for Shelby con nly. Hon-RBsidsnt Notios. No. 4.012. - in the Chancery Conn of Mem phis. Tennessee, Newton Ford. Kxecut. -. of Thomas A. Iredaie, dee'd, et al., vs. Thornton B. iredaie et al. IT appearing from affidavit in this cause that the defendants, Thornton B. Iredaie, Al fred s. Iredaie, John Knapp, James -tnapp, Alfred W Knapp. Mary s. Steely. Thusaaa Steely, Jane M. Allen and ber husband Allen and their unknown children, and the unknown cfiildreu and grand-children. If any, ol Lucinda Scott, are non-residents of the State uf Tennessee: It is therefore ordered. That they make their appearance herein, al the court-house in the city of Memphis, Tenn.. on the first Mondsy In Jnne. ' 7v. and plead, answer or demur to oompiaiuant's bill filed tor Ibe construction of the will of Thomas A. Ire dale, dee'd. or the same will be taken for coa lesced as to them, and set for hearing ex perts; and that a copy of this order be pub lished once a week, for tour successive weeks, In the Memphis AppeaL A oop y attest: ADUUBTON ALSTON. Clerk and .Vastest By B. W. Colbm A-(. Deputy C. and M. Kales x Jacksou. Sois. for complainant. spJ Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate. BY virtue of an execution lo m directed from the Law Court of Mempbla lu the caaa of Taylor, liar A Kntiaud vs. wilJUm Brai'hcoKt" and H. Veuturlut, judgment ren dered Vth day of November, Mm, for SIM It and ooeta, to aatlat- awid Judgment, Interval and rotta, I will, ou SATURDAY, 12th JUNE, During legal boars, i n front of the Law Conn room, city of Memphis, sell lo the highest bidder, lor easb, Ihe following described property lying aud being ui shell. y county, Tenuessee, to-wlt: Lota Noa. and 10 In Block No. 17, in tne town uf Fort Pickering, each lot having a front of 26 feet on (.art. tin. street, riiuumg north one hundred feet to an allev: Lot No. being tbe southeast corner of Block I Vat tbe Intersection of Fifth and Carolina streets, and Lot No. lo, lvlne Imme diately adloinlng on the west levied on ss the properly oi vfiu. Brachiajeel. M A RCUS J. WRIOHT, SberlO Shelby county. Clasp, Nance & Anderson, Attorneys for riiinnswi myi. ns tloa i ti daw I the km