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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL -FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1870.
FINANCE AND TRADE. oitjob of m Lailt j MsMFin, juIt l an. " THE VETO OrK MJLMABJOMIS. Speculation In Tenneewe botnla ts the prest featura of the import from v, ..a street. On MooJv there waaa raiid an- i,r,,.tlo.i or-r-asioned by BslTtees from Xashv Illo. coufitraiug the statement that una of the raili.ssd cs.uii.an.es nau n.iui ........ ii. ,.i.,i,i, iiiiiwn to thai Ntste. anil that the movement was likely to lie tail luted bv oilier roads dcalroiia af prevent hie an mil rlf foreclosure of uiort K(f( by the Htste authorities, in rtursn knee of the ul.lic demand that these rot .v.ratinm. should pav Ihelr Interest or I itt'er tbe penally of tvaiitiiued nfe-lert a! , no doubt, by lulettlgence of the ' ., piiou by the Ijegislatnre, ou the eve arli.nirniiienl. of Wovrruor Huntei's velo ul the bill to bring aulta against railroad the full text of whi.-b will be tonnd in snot her part of this publication of the Arrk.ti.. Old issues went up n :u. hi .1 ufcw to iii. These prioes have not, bow ever, since been maintained, there Mbj a - rt of under current conviction with Wall street uien that the Eubstratuui oil which ins-iy of our Tennessee bonds rest ..iy ihe ii. is very boggy, and lisbleat any time to give way. It run i... known toshrowd operators in Southern , thtl Ihe public voi.-e of ten nessce is against further indulgeu -eto iu digent and inipecunions railroad com pa i,if m. Heavily taxed as our people aie they cannot afford to cirry eorporsfions, where the only evidence of existence ia the high-sounding title by which their mime is heralded to tbe world. Thai arc, therefore, determined to lorecloi moitgagos at.J repudiate bonds BtnOfM under promises and pledges that bate never been fulfilled. If the Legislature l.sd appreciated the demands of the peo ple this work would now hae leeu Id of s.-cotuiilWbment. it is t . mtieii !o ssk us to wait until December, specially in view of what we have had U endure during the five yean, since our po- lui'-al reconstruction commenced. But Binee it has been thought Isvst by otir Ho Ions to put off what might be done to- .l&v we must a juiwx-e with what grace we luav. Ve will hope, however, that -orrecti:in of an evil which injuriously weighs upon every iuduslry of the iiiste will be the first wo:k of the Legislature, id that the law officers of tbe stale will sm ihe wishes of the people in thh- respect promptly carried out. sol THKUN sECI'lilTIES. Asa matter of importance, ax well a.- au illustration of the apprecistiou o MoutLeru securities in Mall street, we copy from the JJnalU of Tuesday tbe fol lowing as tho dual street prices on Mod day: Ten ileuses ex coo pons. . "0 new "w Yirginlsev eotious OS ' - new S7 registered stock, old 53 4'enrgla sixes lb (a rat sevens S3 old M 9 92 J...ith Carolina ex coupons ol',sj funding. 1 3 & 14 u s lax 4." -1I.I es - "-a -I (jtl'Ju it, t.s m rt I a i si " l MS M SO J $n rT 67 m :-0 . Si , St' lisnulbiil sud KL Jo, HI' Louisiana sixes 54 ' new W levee ixe ... 78 " :nt tl " peuiientiary seteas 80 itlroadelgQU In Alsisiina fe - t elgbu m " railroad eight-s 16 Hou Hi Carolina Hixes... ss new, .1 aesoct i ly. 7s " Ap'l and OC -. 7 tel. atoek, old ... Mlii. i.-oa- - " Mob. aud o R. R. meiling.. ia lotetg't. . at. ". It. It first oii.rt. Miveos S sec. eiatHs m r.u. and J. Urax mortgage t " sec. ,. ... jM M. sud C. ii. K first wort gage.... .. ' sec " 71 stock 3 Ur. an. I Pot. R. R .gusr. br rt. V 711 Ms. kiiS Brunswick, susr. ly Oa a2 Memphis city sixtss 5S Hsvaunah eliy sevens !C cnois,oid u m . issued rallrosdSrSi x 's. 7 J n 71 new ieveas TV t W TIT E I'UTTOS . Kof. Tiie opinions expressed by the Afii:ai. during uk past four weeks, based nS.n and istttggVsi by the expoiieuccs of the planting comutnity, are at last finding 'todence at points here hetetofore the bears " have had full sway. J- ortifyiug our views, we have from time to time published comuaunicaliona from plautara and extracts from papers published in the . otton country eontigruous gnd tributary to Memphis. To-day we offer an axtract Jroui a private letter from Mr. Win. 11. Itaker, a cotton planter near Hudsonville, Mksa., to a gentleman in L lulsville. and publislifsj in the Courier-Journal of the mil haadi The letter is dated &tb tusL : Mv r . i- looking well, but if cotiou continue- to decline I don't think I will tie able to realise much profit fceata my isbors in tha "Sunny Mosiih." 1 see peculalois have already placed their fitures on the present growing crop at lour million bales, but from ail reports that I have beard of tbe ravages of tbe lice and continued rains thai we havehad. I judge, that toe cms will oervalj.lv tall short of th it estimate. I see cropsaroiuid uue, and hear of others outside of this oooaty, that have been so completely taken by the grass and weeds that it to .tu possible to do anything with them. They (tot into this condition during the isinV spell, when it was impossible to work 1 hem: but as I said, my oroa is looking well, and I am truly thankful for It. JSI'sIWh'Sa OP IIS Ml'-' 1 li IB and i.ot is- VIl.LK KAIL11I.AU. Tne following is a ei.tn par stive otste naaavf of ireigbt business of the Me in his and Loaisville railroad at Lauuuivilie tlunug the fiscal yearn Isfig aeaud 1869 7u: 'c-7u Inc. $14.07; louring th net Mrnings. $127,. 779. Out of this net earn togs there have been paid daring the year four dividends of live per oent. each, amounting to $120,- (XX) ; and the balance, $7779, has been added ve toe net profit and loss account, making that account e.i oajto The capital stock is $609,000; the mills, machinery and. real estate absorb of this $ i?:.,i39, leaving Jl74,900 as commercial capital. The last dividend, declared In April Isst, was the forly fourtkeof tfce eoniparry. The factory consumed during the year 2,9u,C7 ' pounds of cot torn, at aa average oust of 'U cents a pound, and mauursctured K.,ll yams of cloth. It employs idO handa, to whom it has paid eUoW.iCil, an average -of $327 e.i.-u. Another case in point was fur nished to hUiglur l by a ISouth (' rolina factory last spring, when samples of ysms were sent to and sold lu Ihe Knglish niiii k. : , the mauufaeture ol tbe factory, si an ii.lian. e ( eleven per cent, in the cost of inanuracturiiig. it has bwen ileiiionslraud that the yarns can be man ufactured ai the point where the ooiton is grown thereby saving the ooat of trans porting the raw material to tbe laetory at about five cents per pound less than they can be made in Northern factories. After tbeexeenaeof transportation to tbe Jfew ork market, the payment of 00m missious aijd other contingent expeuees, the tsoat h era yarns havo made a return to the tnnnnftictnrer of nearly ton centa prolit on tho pound. Thcsi are Important Carta, and well cslcnUled to secure an ex tensive iinm itration of Northern manu facturers and mechanics. kKW VoBK si Or K MAKKKT. The New York HeruM of Tuesday, which we reeeived yesterday (per Soath ern Kxprcss, two days In advanco of the mails, contains the following as to the .l .ck uiaikel and stock operations: The bull cliques l.sve U'.-n singularly uulorluuate tlii seas.. 11, particularly in their U'est effort to get up s summer campaign. It will be reniembercil that in psiion of a defeat of all financial measures in t'opgrems tliis session they started the iuov meut s leu weeks since. Almost at the outset tbey were checked by the uucipecied passage of tbe Cur- reaiey n il. aok ttjey are met oy tna Funding bill, which whs also regarded as a desil issue. 1111 the agnation In Europe, with the prospect of an active and disturbed money market here, does uot encourage the public to veuture upou stock- speculation. The 11 u. erlaintiea of u . . stre.-i ..(.rrstious L :i nun tuen sd strikingly illustrated. It is only a toss of a penny whether In theaednys one should buy or sell stocks. Two weeks ago the situation, as Ur a- tiuuiau ken muut dis cern, was wholly favorable to an enthusi astic null campaign for tne balance 01 tne summer. How truly W'aW street dealers may aay " The linies change and we chanxe with then.." Withiu that brief two weeks three important matters have occurred to d. f-at the speculators' plans. 1'lie Currency bill, the funding bill aud :n 11 Europe have, spruuic ir.nu toe up- km wn, we might say tbe almost impos sible, future. (HW liW Mft. , S02KSi BuC, 1718; 600, lbVvl7ci 700, 13fcUc. OoTTOK BB Ajm MoTas Cotton Head OS leree $12 08, or $12 60 deurerad at mills, buyer furnishing sacks. Motes lto 4o per pound. t annkd uoona ins market to dull and inactive. Condensed milk. fl oofo 14 90 per Mae. Cnts oysters, t , ft m do.; 3 M, $2 gate WPejgAea, fa 4092 75. Pears, $3 50, Tomatoes, $1 4.V9I SO. Cherries, ISfSeS 2S. Pineapples, jti ;x 4 K. Strawberries, $9 2o. Brandy Peaches, $4 00. Hrandy Cnerries, $6 tsK.tti ofl. Pickles, half gslloc, por doZ., $1 7"a5 25; qts, f'J i0; pTnta, $2 XHg& r6. Tomato Catsup, $1 2ftr2 26. Pcppersaueo, i 29. Koos Market steady at awitilo. 1 tk:. - 1 nere to a gor cbuioe white Corn for mi and lot holder, yellow 2& Kloi i ltvee w.i muand f purpoiics, A meal, mand Is m FINANCE. The local money market to nomiuallv nncbanged. A few coti.m bills are ottered and taken at par to 1 , premium, while the cbecking rats is firm ai ;,o premium. The demand for uiouey is active both at tlie banks and upon ibe street. Stocks and bonds are quiet; offerings are light and rates are uouiinal. City scrip to weak sad county warrants are iin. hanged. At the first call iu New York to-day rovernnaents were steady, but thev soon sb wed sigua of weakueas and closed with a decline throughout the list; Bonds of Mel ) Bonds Of lMiU 1 " vm . VJ0 " li5, i- " 1366, new.... i- " 1B67, " t-90 lSbX, 1 .... 10-40 Bonds a.an Sixes ..IH',14 ..llo.,,'i ..1 !U' ..HtrHW ..10t'.(4 ..iuM'4a R75- ..U4J4 Railroad (.d express shares are active an.i steady: '..lit. -n iVestera Union Telegraph Co QuUiksilver Pacitw MU dams E.pjij Vt'eUSj Eargo Cu..' ifirusa American Express ,.. L'uited States Express. V,iy York Central New Yoa Centra Scrip h.uo Kemliug Mici.lgui C nlia ... Michigan eiouthmu -.. . Illinois Cential Cleveland and Pittsburg.... Chicago and Northwestern Chicago and North western Preferred Kock lslaad St. Paul St. Pat. 1 rererred - sk .... 411, 67H ... ibX .- 44;; ... ftk ... 97, .. 9"-ih ... 2 .. lol?, ilt.'j ... DW. .. irttt ...lt7 ... ml 7H r. so COTTON An advance .11 ',c iu New York today, with a wrmer marksl in Liverpool, causeil Ml cousiderahL improvement in the feeling here, unit nearly all the buyers left in our oiiy wero ewe feeling sroiUid ; and w..rfic prices sud tabi s suited thev .00k held. e day's aalea wdl reach about aud bales, snd ikonslat to part as follows- 76 bales llrdinary, U14k,c: ' Uood Urdin it v 1: : sti .mh1 "ol. nary igoodatylei, 17c; SO Low Middlings (good at vie 1. I."ac; lot) Middlings, 18c; a5 10. isc; 16 Strict Middlings, Wic. Several tabled which have heretofore been oa tbe mat ket are covered up, while such a are offered are held ; 'laais of 18to for Middiniks and lsc for Low Middlings: but Lovers at these rates can't be found The Htocw i.;i hand ia reducing rapidly, and a few active aa will about clean out tbe market. COTTON aTATXMUfT. ' h a MK.j or CoillfBBOB, Mjturuia, July 14, 1870. J stook, Sept. 1, ltM. M rteo'd since last staiwioent.. In7 tewuved previously ...laaj.Tti -2W.''ii k87,ULO 4hipped since last sta'm'nt 2uo 4hippad previously 277,aw4-2Ti.7-. grades II rm. Wc quote snpdrtioc rO; X,$.. 75; XX, $sJ"; --1': st'J fancy fti 50(9 00. Pkc IT Apples, 1 :sKa, i 00 pnr bbl. Drltd aj.plcs, Sijvoc. Peaclies,ri.7c. Plsu Mackerel steady. White Fish, $8 eO per half bbl. Q cruras Oood No. 1 aeoonda 1'iffil St and firm. UiDiSH, Elks and T.iLbow tiidoa and Fura are steady. Ury Fllut, 16c; Dry Salt l!fc:; Urcen c; Orecn Salt, 7(7c. Tallow, 6c Peer Sklus. 15g;l. Beaver ioSl rs) each. Otter, $1 Oofalt 00 each. Mink :.yjll 00. Pox SOc. Coon l.'.S n Lbath kr Homlock Solo S;tS6.:; Oak Bole 4 Jfjriec ; Maddle 411 13c ; Bridles $435 89peraoxnn; tlppnra 4lK5'-cc; CsIS French $4i&70; American do. $3otiA&0. Live Stock Tbe demand is light and supply ample. No. 1 corn-tod, 6$6Ja'c; grass fed, 3tna", No. 1 Texss, per head 4o...is): No. f'j .4; .'k. ; No. 3, : . -' Mioh cows, , .. .1 1 No faoga lu the market. weep, in fair demand, lo l,$5.a; inferior $.-4i4. Molajsskh The demand Is fair. Re built! New Orleans, axbev. Essleru syrnp, ajvqoc. N a 1 ..- -1 mi demand at $4 2"CM t' rates. Navai. Storks Tar, in kegtt, $6 2fj 5 75 iur Pine; in 40 gallon bbls, $810; Pitch, $6 ptr bbl ; Oakum, t . WXA 00 per bale. OlU Coal, 3dkt32v; linseed raw, $1 30; do. boiled, $1 4tKji 45; l.aru, si Kt Lubrirtiting Coal Oil, S5V; Train Oil, fl 264l 30; Crude Collonaeed OU, ftftsffr" Poll. 1 RV Prices are lower. Chickens, ti o04 tor jonug; j..aj'. Si for old. l'i 1 Potat- as are higher. Ry Ihe bbl from wagons they range from $t 50 to $2 20. buyer furnishing pacisaga. Onions, S4"-t,4 25 per bbl. Provisions Tue advance in other markets caused a jump here iu Bacon, and holders ask to Jc over ves teniay quotations. W'fi iiuote from store as follows: Meas l'oik, yil ootu 31 a4k Prime Mess, $27 00(j -iS (Hi. Kutnps, i uowai (IU. Jols.$lo i-,j.-J.i ou. " i .r Bac .n Nules, lSJi lc. Clear Kit), 1 Wit, WSe. Rib, !7V16'. .Shoulders, 14i'ij !.. Breakfast Baeou, lit .1. As-. Mugar Cured ijanis, 23K"S?. Mesa Boef, $16 30&ui7 00. Lard, in tierces, 17Q 17io; kegs, UiHaIVc. Country uieu.a, 17-sMl7tC for Clear Sides ; Myls ,. for Shou;dera. SroARa- There is no aiiauge to note. Citimon Louisiaua lv.ii;'.,c; Fair, 110 UHc; Good, llCg.I2c : Fully Fair, 12il2Xc; Prime, 13813)scj Choice, 13S14C; Yellow Clarified, HiilfKc; Yhite Clarified, 15j-iad5iC ; Crushed and Powdered, la15;c; Coiee A, 1403 Hc j B, I3.Kai lTic : Extra C. 13?i( 13Jtc; C, UJtlfc. Halt Two hundred snd eighty pound barrels $2 252 45; dairy tS Jikrfr 50. Spirits Highwinee c(a$: ; prnols spirits $1 Itsgil 18; rectified whisky 90 )1 10. Btabch li'i'jjsc per !b. Boap Mottled 9Jt19!; yellow 7Q, 8St common 87c. C'Bdles 15eytl4c. Toraok) Prime nstjral leaf, light pressed. 70ctgl 10; fine fancy Va. s-'-li fine bright pounds, 80S0c; mcdnim bright pounds, 706Vc", ooinmon brirht pounds, 62(.70c; medium bright ball pounds, sound, 63fj70c amokiug, fine and fancy, ootgWXJc; modi-na and commoo. Mg VfiCBOAR ComniDn u-l picUi'itg, 16c gt30C. Btilid Up tire SyttiM. Strength tvaps- ratfc fast ti this season. This li especial ir the cass with atrwho lrre by the sweat of Chslr brow. Vrorn every pore of the sieve- luce ifclu a moletere exudes wtdtb contains the etrmoat of vitality. Tnerehy tbs blood is Impavertahed, the nsrves relaxed, the muscles wesltened, the ingestion lmparred, ihe iwiwrls 6itrarbC(t, and tbe antmal spirits depressed. The eonatant drain that prcducf these efiVoU cannot be arrested, beoanae It is due to the lieatof the atmoapbare ; but the lues of the Ute-ajulalalng element can he sill. plied by extra luvigoration. Mow, there fore, is tbe tans to resort to Heart attar's sasiiseli Hitt-rs, the a at powerful and bliHiul f all veffrflshte tonics h mg ex 1 ce nas Jrrnvvd that nothing else will rm icnflr asta!D and regulate the system. When wilting down nudsr the double pres sure of 1 xcessive heat, aud cuiisuuit phjslcal or mtntsl (uiur. All pen 010. wUo bsve len Uxuplod to iry Uie local" toulea' (so-called! wbkjt aav I KMi started bj' sordid speealat ors in wlico.t . vei y town sad viltaxs. with s i a petiiia view oi " 1 ... 0. of the wna-'iry. kipny this t awtse maxim fhs. aa " herd fss It 1 to that wbirb ia aood." Of the forty millions of people In tbe l ulard Sut, probably aue UfUt have UsUaI tbe rcstoiailve properttss of Hcsttttcr's bitters, and know !t 10 Im 11 spe clflc 'or dyspepsia, bHlcasnes, nervoas weskr ess. general debility, ecewUnatinn, fe ytr and ane, una want of appetite; tbat auyol ibsse abuuid be pcnaai.. A u esperi Dient u th the worthle-.. noetrauia, reeoiu mended by uu.-ciupjh.us mnl Ignorant eia penca see-i.g almost Inerrdlble. AllCOCK'S POROUS PtASTErTS. LEGAL NOTICES. CHANCERY SALE. ON SATURDAY AUGUST 6TH, 1870. tdbr vs. a Vi'iS Second Chaacerr Court of ronDiy.Teaaeawe.-rewtsr broa. 1). L . lie St ai. BY virtue of am or.iar ef sals niade In this caa-e, I will -ail. At nahllc auction, to the highest bidder, at Por; Pickering Landtag, Saturday, Aogott 6, 1870, I, CITY tackle boat, vie., Wit bin legal hour-, the steaai boat fit ana a a hue, local Bar who ail (arn Iters sad machinery- Th be insure? ed at saM laudina. TtBMS or flAlg: -Cash. Tills July 8, 1J70. M. D. u sTKf ART, flerk asd Waster. Pierre. Ktrbsrds A IHa. MalleHBM for eoa pialnunts. lyJ LEGAL NOTICES. Nofl-Resiitont Notice. Ho 4v-In tne Firt (Jl.accary v coanty, Tennessee -Jcs. II. iWf, Trnnenw -Jcs R. Kranssr appearlni 'roai anTdavrt Id this uu tbe --7Tnilsais lailsril Love. J TRUSTEE'S SALE ON K0NDAY, AUGUST 8th. iY Ttrtae of iMee wf Trust., daly regis If U-ltsl this led Rtep by step Us uap ece '.ei sc-lly approve and ul4 the -r to have a nc ou layln?; lrrltsblllty , coinmodlty has arts!ne.l siue. Tbey are aaarfeer ley support, ttreatfiieu ii inuc.is. 2 bey appear feet upon tne nerve -s kl- e supplying -.vsr.ntb. Thev seem to acrumulste electricity, snd idd tbe elrcrdatlon of the blood tiirouali tbe pai E wneru spMel b tvtiivb nelL aviiaus axe Induced. i- . eu In paralys, where aitlculstlon was roeTeride1, ibe e.-e of the fJorons Masters to tait .ipliie restored tbe articulation, and ma teri-uly rsdneed tbe phralyua. In fact, tne nan. ul could help lierseli while eefar toe ro.o...- t'laeter ura.. aopllcd sht. wis J hefp SS a baby. We refer to Mrs. Hal! Elliott. Kpringfle.d. M-. Hold by draggUt. Agescy, firandtstb Bouse, ,s..w Vork Bii.tislcr's Kair Bye. - This spleadid Malr Uye Is tbe best In the world. Harmless, re ilar.Ie, instantaneoas, does not contain lead, nor any vjtauc poison to produce paialpsis or death.. Avoid tlis taunted and deiuaive preparations bXMisliii-; VI. tees they do act possess. The i;enuUie W. A. Batchelar'i Hair Dye has had 3c years untarnished reputation to nplioid Its liitetrritr as Ibe only Pertect I sal. live - :!.. s er llrown. Hold by llrtKTSleot A etiie.1 :,t K Htm.l sf re N 1 iti lbs Ittiiisiaff ' tiiije ol -Ai. OA taMDty, Tejsntssee, in aboa o 7?,riage3"l. on IU, August. !St, ! wtlt-teft, St the ResI E 'Tle f x.a.sni!Sof Royuior, Tr. tetania- t o. N. E corusr of MhIu and Jeffs-rson streets. ,n oyDiY.8.li Aucust. at u ectcxk uooa. tlie follow llig LOT ON MULBERRY STREET, Kinoln-f Hi feet sooth ; the laMrseMton of MDilM -riy and Talbot streets, ua the - :. side of Mulberry str. i t: Uience soutb with the west side o. Wolberry street thlrty-elrht. ; 1 feet; tbeiies Wr-tuwn rdly at rlaht anates witn siaiiM-rry street -1 I '.reet; Uience north wardly parallel witu Maih.-rry sueet. teirtf. e.BL i.-tt, lauuc, easiwavai as i a icat 1 the hatglunlu-2. Tortus cash. iy HlibKRT R. H BATH. Trostee. TRUSTEE SALE. - are Jackson O. Uuduar. oilns; also DUlard T. snd wife. Msry Jmm, wnun r. uoager. ef uoD-res-denu of the JN I in A BOOK FOR THE MILLION. H1RRIACP A Tax ;at CofssataiK to rnnnniKOt rm Makhied or those abont CllinP toraarrv. or .locl UUIUt. ca mysteries and reveU tloas of tbe aexoal system, with the latest ilbsxiverUa. in producing and yt vesting off sprln j, priA-rvIug the compl xlon, tU This la an Interesting work of two hundred and twenty-four paires, with nmi.emns eo grravlDRii, and eon talus valuatile iBfortaatlon lor those who are married at oonleiuplate Ulal rtet;e; stiil It Is a las-k. Ulat eattht to be under lock and key, and cot laid wixt leaalj a hoc; t) house. Hen I to any obe ;.'rj .f ihiutsre'. Mr 5ti cents. Address It. Halts' idspetta try, Uu. li S btghtii street, ijt.u-, Aio. ST AUiCV le ihr AJJh fed pud ( ,.,'rftasulr: Before SPplylug to the llotorl .us yrAcfts who advcr'Ue in public paper, or nsin any tgcrkoa Raanrics, peruse lr. Butts' work, ao matter l. it your BHaaM is, or Iaov deplors ble your 1 r. Butts raVi fj onSjle, 1, ivdiy 1? pf v mall, ou the dUe .see litiititMnrftT :u hie vn4tts. I fBce, No. 14 N. Kightb street, bet. Market sod Chestnut, 31. Loan, Ma. SHERIFF'S SALES. Sheriff's Sale cf Real Estate HX vlilue of an exei utK: me 1 cifnl (Viuh tlie ir.-uit Toiirt of M-iion Bu fjr. In th fatter, for ibe (IT V. , uu Saturday, 13th d iy of August, 1870, Infront of tbe Sh. rift's offlpe. In ttiiGreeii lew Opera fcnl'diiif. on et. to a sirril. In tin eily of Mem ems. Hlhetliy ouuy. 'iecneaaee, witliia legiil taottra. sell to tlie hlsbeat b.Uder. for cmsh. all the rUl.t, title end Interest uf 1L H J'olter fa :!n.l to Ihe foil., wtng descritied real estale his s-slc Inteiea'. Iielagannn.il vided ! wo-thirds of a certain lot or parcel of grouii.i. wtlh the liuprovemeuu lue.cuii, sft uai. u ou the u yth side of Madisun ti-et. la the city of Me. npUIS Shelby ecnaty, Tenues see. st tbe lntert-ctlon of Mstllsori wltb tbe east boiin-tary itaeof f-'uuith alley, froaltbv on Madison street A f.-et, more or less, aaa runniug back with said alley u another alley, which tuns between Madison and L'.Jart streets: It be'ng rne same uudlvldeu two-fhirds Interest In asid house and lot con veyed to said 11. H. Po ter by A. Woodward by deed recorded In tbe Register's offte of shelbj count. In Book No. -I, page 3S1, and Dettitj thst purt of lot No 4S0.cn Ihe p;-au or the eity of Memphis conveyed by Ktir-theth C. jerkins and her husbsud to John O. t iu nle, Irustev, by a de. d re. ii di d in tite Hegis ler'B ojjjce of "hr-'! ; aui.lj. la Eaaa ato. IS. naiv i. uge the said interest of H. 11. rot er, levlett ou to satisfy said execution and costs and inteiest, Ja s, 170. MaR, irs j. VkJUUT. Sheriff By W. W. t'OLi s a.s. lit peiy enerIB HlMrlby txiuuty. Teanesee. W9 Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate. BY virtu dire-clVd LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN. THE GREAT SOUTHING REMEDY. fr. n i,i: s.ste-t ify.-up. Afr. Ifilc.s!.' Mrt 7tH. -.6 fHyri. Price 4 CctU. 1'ricr, '-6 U.tit, 35 ants. 3.715 . :i,Md l72 7 ;s . i, wo WekH 4, ,:t a.tu l,sau .lis i.-.m took pis use 7M s.Ti 4,uul fro ul kJBJ S.itSI l,(Ma l.liu "lu 4,7:u 4 .Ml IIS No. loaded lieishl ars fur- aarded 1,IS WJm "a The priacipal increase ltsk place at the following; points: Nashville Foiula south ol Nashville Humboldt New Orleans Mobile Memphis Mo. i.aded rr'l car ree d... The principal in crease the fallowing points: KnoxvlUe braueh UctiSBond Htunh ildt Memptits w leaded oars forw 'ded from NaahvUle luring the eiihl months ending June Shi, 1870, there were reeeived st Louisville h,6t77 car loads of ootton; and lu Noteui Ur tml Iirteetnla?r, 1H6, there were re ceived 2,olti car loads of lire hogs. The paasentcer earnings tor the mouth of June, l-io, amount t.) $76,4S7 66. COTTON MAM.'t'AcrUUBS. The cotton inauufaeturers of Kigland sue beooining uneasy ai the prospect, of the South engaging in the nisnufacl ureas well as growth of the staple, line of the organs of thia claes, iu view of the stop page of three hundred and thirty-eight Kugliah inillaaiAce lbdl, exclaims: "We are sorry to see the phantom of a manu facturing ootton ladustryiu the South etiil pursued, for in the present condition uf use 1st ales It la little else. Kvery available band la resi aired for tha cultiva tion ol the soil, and at present prices the growth ol ootton is certain to prove far more remunerative occupation, tliaa any attempt to enter into competition in the market for manufaeture. With the fin eat climate and tbe beet soil in the world, Houthern plan lore will do well to de velop these advantages to the utmost. " (Unfortunately for this Knglish im.rual, we have tested thia question of the pn hi -ableneaa of ootton manufacturing in the Honth, and are very well aaliahed witk the result. Indeed, we consider it so flat tering that we have largely eagaged iu it Mnoe the war, and are every day engage.! in presenting the iiaiteriug etatyiatiaa, la order to euoourage mauuXaclurara aud capitallsU from tbe North to embark in the business with us. Soma figures and facta of thia character are just at hand. They ooaaiat of the last annual statement of the Augusta (Ua.; factory (one of the oldest establishments in the Heath), proving indisputably and convincingly the great advantage tha tsoath aaa over England and the North for manufacturing octton. The gross earnings of tbe ta.it ory for the year ending June 11, 1b7o, were 9175,360; the expenses were ",i-; re pairs, tw, taxes and water rent paid,1 164 stock at noon this day ......... Ill TOUTS. Memphis and Charleston K K. Meiuphia aud Uhio It. K 1 aagons, est C MX roan. Memphis aud fl.sri K. R. 36 Memphis and Ohio K i; los (OTTON IN NSW lOKSt. Nltw Yvsk, July J4, leib a.m. (Jnttou firmer hut quiet, ordinary, 16r; Uood ordinary, 17 e; Low Middlings, lBj'sc; I plaudn, We; Uood, -i Mobila, aHc; Orleana, isCL 1- in. Cotton demand fair sad prices flnu; July, lsjc hid; August, 18J4c bid. ordinary, 16Sc; (lood Ordinary, 17c; lsw Middlings, laSc , Upiaads, '.an; Uood, ai V; Mobile, HV: Orleans, aiac. 'i-.-Jb p.m. t'ott .u deanand good and pritsss tending upward; sales of Ordinary st lbc; tiood Ordinary, IT5e; lxw Mid dlin', l&'4c; I'plands, ftic; Uood, iic; Moi.Ue, anV; Orleana, auKe. 4 p.m. Ootton demand active at full prices) sales for export MM bales; spin ning, Ittutf betas; speculation, 6d bales; .viiitraeta, VMi bales; closing at July at lite: August lafe; September laV.; Oc tober. 174.0, and November 1717 t-l"c. ( OTTOS IN NEW ORbKANS. New Obi.kaks, July 14, 2 p.iii. Oot tou steady and ticiiianal fair at 1 s . Hales 1200 bales. Receipts 325 bales. No ex porta. ootton in LivaarooL. LiVBRPOOLs July 14, 11 a.m. Cotton ateail v ; uplaitda, h -il; Orleans, l ,d. 6 p ut. Ootton quiet but steady and prices uiiehani-ed. Sales 10,000 bales. Exporla and p uulatlaa, 1000 bales. I'uurf Colic and (iriping In Uie BoseN, aud faclti tatas iheprureMtd Teeth ing. Suhdues Couvul-I.ins and tHrei,-i-.' sl tttsi ases In Ctdeut to lutauU alitA Ckildten. Cures I'iarrLoa, lneu tery and nuimer Com plalat iu . o vl ail seas. It Is the Ureat Infant's and Chlldreu'i Sooth in j Kemedy Id all disorders brought en by Teething or any other cause. 'i. pat .si by tne UltAtTv-N M KDlClNk CO.. su IasaIr. Mo. kild by drugatats and dealers in medicine ever) where. mysuaw HORSE AND CATTL-lS REMEDIES. Tlie B st jintt MOMt Kttiable offered to the PuoHc. The aVMeorican Matruptie fcd POWDERS TRADK. An advance of lfjie on bacon was the only noticeable leature to-day, in tha general markeuv Tbe advance caused some demand from those whose stocks are running low, but onlv in a few in stances have they been able to pick up a cssk or two under our quoted rates. Corn was in good demaud aud sales were larae One lot ol 1M sacks was shipped to New orlans. Thia lot was offered here at Wc without a purchaser. Alb Hands' Ale, $10 50 tier halt-barrel, porter, 111. Lager, per keg, 5 26. Ala. per dozen, r-9 '' quarts ; aJ3 Sf for pints. Porter, do. lit n.i.Lh.-' Matkbials Rosendals ce ment, (MftsM 50; laoaUville cement, 2 75 j,a. Cape lime, fl ti&ftje?; Ohio river, 1 60; Utica, tl 7s; Alabama, 11 90Mi 00. 1'laster hair, z 76 per Dale, rira brick, 00. . .. , Hi TTi.B iixtra cuoioe is iu ueuianu at Kaooino Nominal. Kentucky, tl(g. Mr.. Beans-Choice Nary, S2 0OU2. 60 par bushel; mixed white, fl 25ti 50. Brooms and Bboomoobn Brooms are steady at ft uo6 go par doa as to quality. Hroomoorn is scarce and sells readily at f-4fJ0fJ30b per ton, aa to cure. Cobnmbal There ia a good demand at at (VI Ho on the levee. Belling from store at$6 25. chbi.sk factory ana oiosier, ttiec. Oomi Tbe demand ia moderate and prices steady ; Hio HX&23c, Java 2tVS0c, P3 EQUINE CONDITION CERTl nCATE. 3T- I hrri-by oartify tbst 1 bale cxaBlssd, t-aO (huronslily tested In say practice ibe ts.T arotlos. a&J reiarJ tkettt as picperanuaj ft ireal merit .uis.sila cuidiat.v lee inrn.-iid tb.ru S. helllK sestlt I witb sp CClsl Wire froBl r- liable lux rest ienta, " mo" ,Be ti c .1 ii. -ut of Ibe Tsrioas clisnew for sbicb uwy an. iV .1, .. -J, tbaa aay reaa estiea U vaicb 1 ba laaafaaga GEORGE H. DADO, r(en..arv ."uir.7e. Author u AmiSumy f rsy. tuAwj o (V Hurt' - Mlm linr inaur, tc Pnrckaae-s will ules. iik. fox copv of Horsuand t jtt'.'c ovneri vtxiae. ...... OB9 tc SMITH, Proprietors, Cue Sou. 1US C O. WAIiD eft- DriO,, Wholesale Agents, Memphis. star For sale by all retail druggists. Ja21 daw eas N. W. Horse Nail Co. MAN UKACTUKJIKH OF PATENT HAMMER'O HORSE NAILS vl'K Nails are manufactured entirely from t " Benion lion, and are unsurpassed by of a vend '! mi exponas to tne from ilia Kirst t'licult Court vf alieltiy e-junty. 1 will, oa Saturday, the 13th August Next. Proceed lobsdl, to the hiKbeat liii.ler, fur cash, elt to legal liou.il, iu trout of the t rt -.itn.-e. on rtca utt str.et. In the Oreeulnw Oprra Handing, city of Memphis, illt fultow lm; deacribcd isai .--aaie. to-wiir eerialu hit or psree! tTHan.l lytntt and beint; In tbe couuty ol Khelby, and state o;' Teuucsoc, ' elng a purt et' soleJlvlajou of block Clu. .7, froailiio us fott on tti.-nortb aide of lessa Vlno street an ext.-uding hack north 110 JW, Jlhii-Ulateiy r- t of Mr Toppa resi dence ori Hesle strts-t, SteniphU, T.-nn. ksh,-, being tne same roitsui veyed to Jtnu ti. Ftyua 0y Kots-rtson Tupp hy uetd dala-d May 41, itavi Also, u i-ertaiti hit or parcel of grouu-I situated, lying aud helug lu the county ot Uhelhy and St .te or Tennes'ee. situated ou st Martin s'reet. In the city of Main phis, and runting-; feet on Hu Martlo street, aud inn nlug back: ess', to Ihe bayou t ieet, a store coiuiikte deaci lptl m tr ahichls given ua a 'n "leed of trust excuted by Jubn L. Moigtin 1o Thomas H. Lrs-woo i, datt d Jan oary M, Bt-7. Also, a en-in piece or parcel t laud Bltusled, I) tug stiil being In the county ol Srteltiy, sxa.e wi Tennt.-: ee, frnui iug l'Ai ft.tt on Walnut sire t, Me.up.iU, lVu-nc-ee, an t ruunlng b ck 150 net in tleptb oif of the sotiineru part rf six seres of land pur Chased ai Hbauo-rj saie I r Hoaerl S. tsmldi, Snd tran Itrrud by sa. l Hrnltla '.aSa'.iuel K l'iUAte., "aiid a pqrt'iVu ol the same land vested la ci.arl .s Jone by a decree of the i hanppTy Court of Me.uiihN, rendered in tbe case of Newton from. Adiu'r of Thouuis Mall, deeeaid et at. vs. I. .in 8. Clayton el al , oa tbe Sl!i day ot Api tl, IK68, levlttl on aa thsp.'OAieity oi de eudaiit, John t . Logan, to satisfy an exc. utlon In ta . or or R. ii. Robert son, surviving partner, etc.. nr (13 loj let with intt-rest am' .- t of suit. MAIU. U J. WBltiUT. BheriO of Sltelby couaty. J. 11. Buydtni. Att'y for plaialitf. ijS SHERIFF'S SALE. Y virtue of an ex cut ou to me directed from Hit She Hiy County Circuit ( ourt. lu tbe case ot J. I . B csiui.ti s a Smrh.ii. aiAii a. a. aieat iiaiu, i wiu.ou Satnrriry, the I ith Augqst Next, Iu front of the SlierltTs ofScs, in the Ureeu (a Opera Pulltlluj,', Second street, city t Mi-t.ip'iis, Wlth n legal honrs, pr.rred to sell, to tbe hlgnest bidder, fpr eaab. the follow Uir described real estate, lo-wlt: A cciiain Its of land lying aud being in the county . Shelby, Sut'e of Tennessee, houndtd ou the north by John Neall; on the soatlt by tract of saltl O 'len.laiil, kii -wu ;i-. th- Fatu tract: on the east by tract ol defendant, known as tne Clark tract; and on tne west by Mosos see i a auu rs. r . mjij t lst.n. contain ins. bv limatlon, uluttv-flve acres, levied on to sat isfy said execution lor JS2 S5, and (1(1 :B ctsits oi sun, witn interest., ot. MARAT'S J. WH1UHT, Jy7 tUierllT BiAeiby county i trrsiiiince of a liee.l of Trost made to me by Join ti. Jones dated Memphis. Ten . May inc. . a.1, i-siV. -tn.t for registration in t'te ftec-aier s orace of isjieiby caunt) oil Uie'Jsla cay or M Ay, lsoA, and tne name was recorded to svme offlisi in Hecord lxk. No. Ml pesi tsi, snd 2Jt, ou tbs 4ih of Jane. tvtJ.au i for toe forpuae therein dlreeted, I l.l, st tbe ii ...... k-STAia Ijcsasui ur KuASTlJi, TBXXkVANT U t.dt, J40. IU lj'' r'TKCIT, tu Memphis, Tanaessee, 0a Friday, July 22d, Bstseeu the honrs cf 10 a in. and v p.m., sc.. to the highest bidder, for cash, tne following rupert , i- iu t ey no lai mi oy sai-j Lieeu j Tn-t, i- sit- r ctnnlng at s stake In the. center ot Luoaa Hatchle river In the extreme east wurd boundnry oi rt. J. Mays' land, with l two elm pointers on tha banjt In saltl river, tLence sooth twelve chains to s stat s nfty feet norm from the center of the Mem pbts sud Ohio railawsd; thence south tfu s cat wltb said laiiiuad eue buodresl and ten cuaiiLs (Uu; Lo a asaks; Ibeasa north 27' west trom the ruler of -aid railroad Mxty-Qve tn5J chains to the cuatsr ot lioosa Matohie i ... r . tl. ,ic- up sahl river wl(k Its maander iin? to the beginning, conta.n'ng five has iit-.l a:: I lu en ty -vigbi scr a The 1'iRiitof reOumpLn.u is expressly watvtsl in this Leed of Trus'. The title lo the above land l believed to b.- rood; 1 convey only ss T i.stse. JOHN r. TRKZiitV ANT, )iS Trustee. Trustees' Sale. BY virtue of a feed In Trust executed to tut !.t Mary W. Alexander, J. si. Alexander, K t - ri s. Aiuiuon And D. V. Amiuon. oa tba atsli .iaj wt May, tsss.aad recorded to toe Iteglat tac'a ouioe of Hnelt.y vs.utAty.BtaU: of runneasse, iu KoukN.k71, pageGtU, Insecure a certain Itnltibtedties ttiv--l:i desert Nal to T B. inilard. K. A. Ptaaon , John W-lnilard and R. I. Codtn, On tha 22d of July, 1870, In front of the.. fit- of Diekutsun, William it Co., No. '2lo Frout slrtt . Msraahla, at eleven o'cluuk a m , we Will Salt, for to the highest bidder, the fol. hi a lag tlcsrribed property, vis: A tract of laud and ail lmproveaicat tiiereoa. sltuuted oa or near the New Ualeiglt road, known as tbs A i . ... property, c.iveyed to us hy Dc. d tu Trust, and particularly described therein. Redemption waived. J. W UlCklWUOif. June JJ, I.S70 Jegl W. W.U1IV. BaV 0"V EACLE Cotton Gins ! 'I 'HE superiority of tbe asuve Justly cele 1 hi ate.i Uln Mtaads Is acknowledged by ail who have osed them during the past SU years. Tbey took tbe first premium at the Shelby ounty ralr in October laat. We ars uow prepared to take orders fer any sice, to be In readiness for use in tlx coming crop. MeCGMBS, KELLER 4. BYRNES, 322 12 and 324 Mais Stmt. mvi daw WESTERN METHODIST, formerly Metapkis and Arktnsas Christian Advocate ,: ACcarjConrt of Shelby wc ai. vs. I i 1 Uuu tbe '-'rnrlaeia ISIIstd Love. John B. ttv. tA.' I n n 1 SmSI hi L. ,11..- i.l . ,.f M .V. ... .T - ... mm iiidi , i-,uru yj , J I ,u Carolina- Lycuagus La.ra. Mary KB aw. Bru tes, resatewis o' Taxaa, kWkt, V. Welsh, T, D. WeLsli, J. T V elsh. W. P. VVeUh, L. M. Welsh, BenJ Johnson and Wife, Martha Johnson, re-idents or North Carolina- W. K. Welsk, uf (Jesmrta: W. K. Tiwoaao and wife. Mary Tru man, of Texas; Jamss li Henry. R. L. Uad- ger, Atioi raaldaata GocKar renMeala (Jenraia. and all Hail i' of Iwaaaasaaa it is tbrcfore ordered, ta-at they stake their appearance I,, ,-e'n, at Uie courthouse In lb. clti of MernptH, TenU . within tbe first three days or the r irular term ef said essnu, cniumncr.g the Brat Monday la October. 1S7J, sad plead, answer or demur to oots pUmaufa oil, or the saaxa will be taken for contwski 1 -s to tbetn and set Car bearing ex parte; and that a copy at thH order he poo lisbed once a tve -k. tor f ar AUoseaatwe wwaata, la ike fetempfais Appeal. A c i--, all St . . K, A. CfiLE, Clerk and Master. By. R. J Bt.vr-x. r eriary nerk and Master .i.istell, ,-.t.t a Heiakell. softeners fur com plain ants. tw CHANCEIiY SALE OM TLiS0Ay, JULY 1870. flec-ind rtisnccry l onrt ofBhelby eownty Bea. A. Bhspberd et al. Vs. U. A. BhepberU et af. Bi virtue of aa order of resale inari In this catiae 1 will sei!, at public aaetion, to the highest bidder, on the premises. Oil Tuesday, July 19, 1870, Wiin, a legal hears, tbe follow law de - sen oed Heal k-tsu-. to-wlt: Using and being la the eoubiy of Shelby and Mtai - if Tennessee, and In tee arty of Bfeiaaads, bwUig Me eaet barf of the properly, sit uste-i ou the south aide of foxtiar tiiMt tiiwui-, lueuea wwi or its int.ers.-e tlon witb treat Una of Center alley ; i bencs aostb 71 (cat J 1-iaaea; taenoa west parallel wllh P .p'ar street S feet i lau bes; thence t.ortii .i taer a meres to rv.piar .treet; than .ist to Ihe be. in ii in sr. ikasrs or Hisa-a --One-third cash, balance on z cittia ui sax, tseici. ana eig-nte. a lioiiLns rrosx uus day of sal..; notes with se- can.i o.-..rt..g luUi- t takLu.and a lle-n re rnmt Mil payment ot purchase money. Thia June -n, i"iu. M. 1. L I4TCWAKT, Clerk sad Master Hans as a Boston, Boia. for com pit s. j2 CHAMCERY SALE. OR SATURDAY, JULY reTH, 1870. No ata - Second fTianeery Court of Bbelhv SUBBiiy - Taylor, XcBe.tr. et al , aaa, eta., of a. s, nrown vara. misiciuOob. V virtus ot an Iotertocut .ry decree made IU tula cause. I vi 1 atl at nnh he sncll n to the hlehesf hld-.ter. In front ot rha Clerk and Master's ofBce of tha Hecand Chancery Court of rthelby coaaty, tn the elty of Meta pUis, Tenaaasee, ou Saturday, July 16th, 1870, within leva! Sours, rsrtA estate, to-wlt: 1 county. Tennsaaee, street, tef ween Ove being a part of the ie foil. a ids' described ng lu Meiupbia, eiaelby tne west side of Mala n aid Jackson streets Itv lot Ua, and betrlniilsg at tne Intersection of lbs sort u uiwut' nrst alley south of Overton street with Main street, :. outing usst side Ma.u street 3!K feet. ud runuiag back waatwaxdly iisv feet to the beginning Tauas .,r Sxut On a credit of seven luuutb. puiciiaser executau note witu ap proyvd setiurlty, beariAig iutereat froto dale and a lien retained until pay meat of ths purchase money. Eqalry of redemption barred. Tht. Jane , UJ70. M. D I. STEWART, Clerk and Master. Moines A Post. it: and Moraau, Jaralgaa r'rayser, solicitor.-, tor coinplaiQauU. jeJ5 HAIR RESTORATIVES. New Discovery I ! Phalo VITATI A Salvatnon for the Haii. C'LE.Us A WITH I OP ATF.R ! .SEDIMENT EN 11 E LIC.HT1M its R. W. w. c HePV at CXI.. JOHKSuN.... PuUbthers. Editor. Southern Methodist Newspaper PRESENT WEEKLY SSUE EXCEEDS 6000 COPIES First-clas Medium for Advertisers ONE tUr-y, : : $ 2 50 PER ANNUM TEN COPIES, : : 20 00 PER ANNUM W, C. JOHNSON, : : : Editor R. W. BLEW & CO , : Publishers 813 JJEJjF-JF-BIu.OJNr ST.. 1,29 MEMPHIS. TENN. any uail lu market. STAND AO i They are the HORSE NAIL arofflce, B8 West Van Muren street. Factory. SO to OS West Van Btiren, cor ner t'llnton street. Chicago. N. foawiTH.HTes'a ATW. KiM.sL.so,Hec y U. W SMtainav, Mup't. a- Heutl for sample card and price list, my eot27d HOLLOWAY S VERMIFUGE CONFECTIONS rrtWlCMTY years expt rience has proved this I Uie moat popular reiueuy wi m pnjsi elana and parents lor ttiose pests of child hood Worms. They are pleasant to take, and always effective In expelling tbe Worms aud it. mug tlie system up to its normal condition. Be'vare of coontarfeits and Imi tations. The genuine have tbe signature ul the proprietors on tbe wrapper of each package JUllet 8TON, HOLUlWAY 4 roWVEN, fbUadelpbia. JKsCVr. A'o Pott.' Jius4tl'$ Teller Owtfiaesu Eryalpelss mm utsittitrty ture icimi. j Halt Rbeum, Barber's Iu-Ii, Vlmples Blotches ans all forma ol rutin lusease; also More ftyes and Kye Idd, Discharge from tbe Ker, and old Bores, no matter of bow long standing, or lbs money returned by tbs pro prietors. JoHNHTON, HOLLOWAY a IWDKN, Philadelphia. Bold SO cents per box by all druggists. Bent by mail for SO cents. OMtrumption JVsitreelj CWetl ' Vphctm't Prtsh Meat (Jure WILL cure Bronchitis, Tonsumptlon, all Lung Diseases and Hpittrng of Blood, and strengthen and build up the system to lu healthy condition. This has been tested by Prot Troaaeau iu Two Tnousand cases tu the hospitals oi Paris, In whkm it cured nearly every case, and In this coantry by the approbation of the physician many hopeless cases nsve been restored to health One bot tle will prove Its efficacy. Bold (1 06 per bot tle, or mi for utt OHNHTON. HOLLOW AX COA DEN. myi sod Philadelphia- Non-Resideot Notice. No. 14. In tbe Becoud t bsncery Court oi Shelby county, Tennessee. K. P. Boiling et t&i. vs w. a. uamoie ti ai. IT appearing from affidavit tn this cause I ihat Ihe deiend.tnt. W. T. (tarn ble. l-.a nou resident ol the Bia.e of Tennessee, and tbat his residence is unkuowu: it is therefore ordered. That be make his appearance herein, at tbe court-house in tbe city ot Memphis, Tenn., on or before the ni st Blonttay in ss-i.-.e... oer. 1S70, and plead, an swer or demur to ooniulalnsnt'a bill, or the same will be tnkeit lor oonfeased aa tu h i and set for healing exparte, and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive Weeks, m tbe Memphis Daily Appeal. This J illy a, SCO. jl copy attest : M. 1 1. i.. SiKWAHT.Clerk and Master. By t t. ... Mauikv, Deputy 0. and M. Logwood Jt Ml. ou, Sols, lor compl'iit. Jyti Non Resident Notice. No l.i. In the s'lrst t'hancery Oouri of Bhel- oy t ounty, leuntssee.-jaitu-s atenagn, i.y his neat liisud, etc, vs. Johu D. Aimoar elai. I T appear -ng from return in this cause that 1 the defendant, Johu D. Armour Is a resi dent of tbe iststc of Maryland and a non res- .,.,. r ,1, a si.l. I e.. Owens is a nou-resldent of lueBtateof Tenuessee, and that itia residence la uu known: Ills therefore ordertd, That tbey make their appearance herein, al the Courthouse lu the city of Mem ib Is, Tennessee, oa or before the nist Monday tu October, Isvu, and plead. answer or detour to ourapiaiuanl's bill, or the same will be taken lor confessed as to them, and set lor hearing exparte; and that a copy et hub oruer oe puoilsoeu tiueea week tor four sacesaalve Weeks, lu the Memphis A)' .fill. A Copy. Attest: K. A. COI X, Clerk and Master. Oantt A McDowell. .- ..s. for compl'U jel7 Non-Resident Notice. Ko. 1L In the Second Chancery Court of Bhelby county, Tennessee. W. P. Yo.k vs. Saint-el B. Owen et al. IT appearing from atjiJavlt In thU cause that the deleuaant, Hamncl s. Owen, Is a uon-noji-raaldeiit ol lbs Btate of Tennessee: It Is therefore ordered. That be make his appearance herein, at the oourt-houaeln the city of Memphis, Tenn., ou or before the ttrst Monday in -st-pieuioer, 1S7U. aud plead, answer or demur to couipialnant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed ss to him, and set for bearing exparte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks. In the Memphis Dally Ap peal. ThiaJuiy , US. A copy-attest: M. V. L. BTEWART, Clerk and Master. By Oao. MatVLiBT, Depmy C. aud M. John A. Oalay, Bol. for coniplalnans. )y Desirable Building Lot on Jessamine Street for Sale. mw Lot -i. Block 57, oa south side of Jessa mine street, second lot east of the residence of John Overton, Fsti ., and In one of the meet desirable neighborhoods In the city, Is In our hands for sale, with i vwrauortotes to orrsa tuutaT iifBrcxarorrs to aw imuxi.i tb pob CHASX, RO XBTER, TREZK VaST A CO.. Pt .Real Xstate Kxchanga. 1 Soutliorn HOOP-SKIRT MANUFACTORY No. 198 12 MAIN STREET, W1IOLEBALE AND RJjCTAIli. f KMOMMKiVU LADIES: I J.i'.utle Thlee sixes til II V SJaslic- iu visible v aiainK natrt, the only Skirl adaptable for the present walking dress; rattuufactured and sold o.vj.t In the manufactory. Also, the following (iKSUtsa asacH coksets, sixes rrom nan Rot.t. Werley's Durable Plain Corset, Ad L'Uisean's Klegaul taiibroidered Corsat, and Mine, t'upuut s nesnttiui anort LorseA. The IKuoBksT Bbbast Iotxctob. I guar an'ee best, onaiity , both In skirts and corset tut 17 UMIluLANOK. r SWEET QUININE U a Recti t ImpraveaMat. Replaces tbe use of tbe BITTKR sni.PH ATE yt l l. K. Willi wnicti all are lainillar. Dose for dose. It is Warranted fuliy equal is every way te Bit ter Quinine. AUD, UII IT, IS TU OKB GREAT, POSITIVE AND UNF A1LIN6 CURE For all Diseases of Malailooa Origin. Vbvbb aso An l b, lUTluBJUTTSNT K7VKB. cntLL Kxvra, RXMITTBTCT KkV KB. bmiocs Fevsb, Dcub Aura, and ths long train of disorders following these when neglected- MWKKT QCjyWB Is made Wefy from fVrut-tan Bark (so Is Bitter Qalutuc), therefore is of Vegetable origin, and not a at literal poison, but on the contrary Is proved to be one ot the elements ionnd lu the blood of all healthy persoas. swicj-rr Qvujye Acts as an antulote to, as well aa a cure for, ntalaruii er tntori'iaftc peiioa, the absorption of which by the lungs, causes Intermittent 'e vers, etc The only advantage claimed fer swmxr oganLwa Over the use of old Bitter vtuitiuie is the en tire absence of I bat tnlenee, permKenf Mtfcnseu, which in the latter is an Insurmountable ob stacle to its use with most persons, aud al ways with children. BWXXT QVISJNM Is In two forms -In Powirr, for tbe use of phy sicians and druggists, and fluid, for use In the family and for the general public. vani STEARNS, FARR A CO., vaDufaolum'Q ChemisU, New York J J ROBERT WOOD & CO., PHILADELPHIA ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS. Ci AP.DKN and Cemetery Adornments, Cast, T Wrought Iron and Wire Ralllnes. Foun tains, Vasea. Verandas, Settees, Arbors. Chairs. Summer Houses, Iron stairs, spiral and straight, tn every variety of pattern. Hew aud iru proved styles of Hay Backs, Mangers, Stable futures. Stall Divisions, eto. Paticst wibb Ti l i m WnliiiB. Store Fronts, Door and Window Miasms. Fans Fencing, etc. JOr.rxx sb o Worlt. Havlns Sited up our Koundrv wltb soenla reference to ths above class ot work, we ar now prepared lo all, with promptness, aJ orders for Bronze Castings of Statuary, oolo sal, heroic and lite sige. O&naxkntal I bos QooDs. The laraest as- sortmeat to be found in the United States, all of w nlch are executed with the express view of pleasing the taste, while they combine all the requisites ol beauty and substantial con struction. Purchaser may Tely on having ail articles carefully boxed and shipped to the place of destlnalloiA. Designs will be sens as UkOBS who weak to make a selection, -asswi For Restoring to Gra Original Color j Ph-I.OW'S "V'lTALlAe-Mitfers Ut tcrly trutn al! thauair coloring prcparatii'nsieretoibre used. It is Ibarrpul, sweet smelling, precLpitates noniuauyor sitrny matr,requires no shaking, im Ti-iris no scan; tumeekun. noio light an. it is clear and ess. It leaves no niark. on yet it reprcduces in a 14 ir1 natural color coat mav have it t clou the gray tune or bleach -xj out ot' it. IThalon's Vitali; is for one sole purpasejmt of reproducing, with abaute i-er-tainty, the natuialjkfflor of Ui hair. It is nofitended as a daily dressiujfliior for removing Ecurf or rondruff; nor for cu ring b-jMness; nor tor stimula ting tJfe growth of the hair. Thesf objects may be accom plishaVj after the color has been fixed irh the Vitalia, by Pha lon's Chemical Hair Invigo- rator. The ViTAiTwia harmless and unequaled preparation tor the reproduction of me origi nal hue of gray hair,ad noth ing else. This is accomplished in from two to ten ajaflicatioux, according to thedurii of shade required. Sgjatroyall diuggists. it? &m mm H ALUS YKETA&LE SICIUAN HAIR PHYSICIANS AND CLERGYMEN Testify to its merits in restoring GRAY HAIR to Its original color and promoting its growth. It makes tbs hair soft snd glossy ?'bs old In appearance are made youngsaala. t la the best Cavax Xx-oasslxxaj- Kver used. It removes dandruff and i!l acurvy erupUons. It does not stain the skin Our Treatise on the Hair sent tree by mall Beware of the numerous preparations hich aie sold apon our reputation. R. P. H A LI. at CO., Nashua. N. 1-L.Proprietors. Voraala br- H .imytrfats. COPARTNERSHrP. r L. M EACH AM has this day sssoekMea vi. with htut his sua. t r xsai n.is and J. B. PtjtsTOl, of Memptiia, aud A W ROBE en 8, late of fowe.ll. Roberts 4 Co. iirowusvllle. ieuu. uouer ute arst aaaae ei M. L. M EACH AM Jt CO- fur the purpose et continuing tbe w h'-leeeieurocery tu.i conon iui toraae businsss, at tne oiu aianu ot Meacbaui A Treadwell. Jio. Dulua street. el tone wall Block, where will always oa foand oue ol the largest ant! nest seiocieu a local oi it mcries, wbtcn win tie sola at me tow uinrket rates. air. Meaeaasa returns bis sincere thanks to his mAiiy ti lands aud customers for their kind and liberal pstronsae of past years, and earnestlv aolldts for the new Arm contluu- aace of the same, pledging strict attention lo business. Memphis, July 1, 1STO. M. L. VXACHAX. X. K, Mkacuax. A. W. Rkbibts. J. B. PoSTOS. M. L. MEACHAM & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS COTTON FACTORS, No. 9 Union Street, Staawwall Black, sn atn-atlkat TaaaVB aVViwpwfftw)! VaftW a Xotloe. la the District i ourt of the C sited States for the District of West Tenucasea-In the taat tber of L. Hoirklns, bankrupt -In Baauk ruptcy, Dlstrlcof West Tennessee as. To whom It ay ooncera: The undersignim hereby gives notice of hJs appointment as assignee of L. Howalss. ot Xseaphts, la the county of Shelby and State of Tennessee, within asid District, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt upon hai awa ;etl Uon, by the District Court of said District. Memphis, Tenn.. the Jstit day of June, A.D.. 1S7U. tV'lLXJAJlY. C1RODK, )2 Asslgues.etc, So. 7 Maolsoa . , Ready-Made Clothing 10,000 SUITS AT A SACRIFICE ! ' . .. "J"aJJ j 'Jj31 HI to X. " DRY 800DS! DRY GOODS! At Less than Manufacturer' an rrajMrtatrOrr Cost ! GIVE US All EARLY CALL OUR RETAIL STOCK HUB BE SOLD Walker Bros & Co. 229 Main Btrcet. CHICKASAW IRON W0RKS NO. 98 SECOND STREET, . INT JDXjH cy HEATH. Prop'f ALL Irto and Brats Castings. KINDS c F Raiirtad aad Steatsooal Wcrk Xxtax--tiy XI-ar.ooxa.teci. (UIABaNw), AvA KTH XJIMSm, and Aerleultural Macaiosry UepaAr-d AUW' POKTABLK fcNOIJIxfc. sad Ma a a ! ctar.ru and Aaae, w HoTro n i Mi. Baals o 'di aous CU8BINS, GUNN & CQQVER, Planing Mill and Lumber Yard- H. 161, 163, 165 WASHINGTON STREET, a - as ev a Tcaue -n ar Msnnluctuiets of Olaaed Bat ttoe, Palinas, BrseketB, Bear and ih, Mnuldtnes, Balntrs. vwl Window Frames. Celllag aaassa. fusts. Oand-Ralil'.c La! SASH, DOORS, BLINDS It FLOORING oeaiars In Framtna Lass oar. of all Binds; Rough and lirdtsrsd Y P , for box Hoosaa. I cl "Ins. -lawUi, 1 urtiiua aad Scroll Sawing docs to order ...uu- ui .-wiiuu waiw ntu. All work warranted to r. of superior -uaLttv biih in Flanlc and : -Iistertal and ftnlah w ishla to sapprr ear eaatomers with a uoer!ur quality al stock careteilv Dut.i , . shippeu, and ooaadent laaAyoo will wa piasaedwiLh uax carsiuiiy rtd aaU Prioe, Stylos and Q-tuaHtj-r ofWork. Yoar orders are respectfully solicited, aud will be ailed wllh neatness aud d pa tab. LEGAL NOTICES. Chancery Sate of Real Estate. LEGAL NOTicc. Chancery Saie cf Real Esiate. B1 With' n legal borm, th-to-wtt: l.ving -aud her Hhflby and SMai of Ten 21. H and ia. In Bluc-k N mentioned lost ftnat ea Sa to. W. a. -rim. Cssaeery Coort of thslby Couotjr. Lncj K James vs. Maria L PetttetsL 11 V Ttrtae, aa InUrloeutory de.-ree en- x t.;reo in uie above cause Jaae 7. 1S7. I I If ti the cause. Ar I ugu aiAwt;f-i. 10 ill. lllvtl.st st pan tic auction i iu iauaaa ui i-e v. tera aau sxasxar fflM. Ureenlaw block, Uecood street, la the city of Memphis, Tennessee, ou Fritey, Jury 15th, 1879, with. n legal hours, the letldwlBx property, to-wlt: A eerudn piece or psrosi of land tying mil beliig In the city ot Memphis, county ot -ttii-lby. and State ot Tennssuss, desTiled as :,u.,, w : Beciunlaw en lbs north side of Over ton street, iu saAdclty at tbe Inlarseciloa al -aid street with the first al'sr east of Main ttreet aud musing thence westwrrdly aloug 'in- uuiu aiue ot uverwa street Sixty -oue rest au.l nlast ineuet; theses north seventy four teet and three lncluw to a stake: thenc east lxty-one feet and nine inches to the iiiery aroreeai.i ; then.-e wiath along said alley tiiv-four (Set three tsohea lo the be inui!!g ttoruer ou UvMton street, bains a fcAT! ol the tot known ou the plau o: the city of Memphis as lot Mo. Itt. Second. A certain lot of ground si toated, lying and being in the city of Mem pbts, couuty of Shelby, aud urate of Tennessee, snd in that pit : of said city known oi South Memphis and designated ipou the map or Mouth Memphis as ii No. 1 .oue) block No. hi airtewa;, he said lot, being at tits corner oi Linden UAd Tmuessee streets, and bounded oa tbe north by Linden street, on the east by t'lia- ton street, and on the west by Tennessee .u ... : aad oa the sooth by tot Uu. 2 iu said iocs. i bird An undivided one-halt lute rest, lu be following descritied Dleee or Darcel oi land, to-wlt: said trsct rontslntng one haa- ir.io sn.l seventy-sev-n acres, lying In rttiel- oy county, n.ar uermauuiwu. ixiuuJed on the south aud west by the Memphis and bitr'es'.on railroad sad lauds of K. R iv-sn cd H. bour.iuias. snd on the suet by the auns of I) H. trrwum-ml, and oa the aortu hy the lands of lr. I'arrvtA. aad basse- s part ii a oue hundred sod a isely-oue acre tract rasled by tbe Stats of Tennessee u Khoda Frsyr by grant No. 1ST. and deeded by J w. stost anii luioua sum: to w. u rore aaa I. I", .irifnag hy deu diued Sent iti, 1S42. Fourth- ot No 1, m block No. 2, oa the No. Ot, W. u.s-.rt i tnDCy l oart Wieiby Couuty. -a. A. millman, et aL vs. J li. Brsaa. at ai. T virtue of an inteciarui.wT order eit-r. -I .I stb. tera, I will se! the higuest bidder, lit iw itlcck, tJecnntl st:e"t. In tne ci'v ,: Mem phis, rsonesHoe ou Monday, July 25th. !373, .1 rrtguiarlv ; t deep. I i. ; and runs ' teet. sud run deep; lot Bt, Clinton stree allel Hues HO 01 Memphis; also, the south n trt 13. in Block Vo. t, as laid down : salad ou the plan oi survey of phis. frvstLug rH: feet on T-unessee isagbsg west Lu fieet to Ltiester i ginning 03 The w:s.t -.ble oi ! ;, ,., at Uart man's north-east aarner, t... wrta Teasessee street SS teet U tbeeea westwardiy IJti ret to AstaJ soaUiwtrdly psrsUet with Tens.-.. IS) reel la a slsk .-: taeurr etstwa Uartiaaa's uortii 1 uo MM ieot to 1 Blast. the. part of original tot N,. n So. 6, aa laid down in the pissi Memphis, beglnriinc ,t issal I r west side of ieaueasi e slree', 11 the dividing ilM betwea lot. 11,1a Block), ia south Mempv T.igg's north-east isjrner; iiietioe w line, aad as right sun'es. with street us teet to chest e: sti set : toe wardty oa a line with Cheater .tru astake; -.biii.v.i , ,i . -ti .t mod parsllef with the first t te Teuussaee staeet. fcSel-. on Tennessee street aoutaraani y e, ue; nuiug. ie ' feet hi ulau ot as.uth Meiupuis, froutlug ou Uie west tte oi leuriessee street aooat su reet, and ucnifig back at right angles with Tennessee treet to the Mississippi river. FifLh-Lot No.X lu block No 12. on the Dian : South Memphis, froullcg on the east side or Tennessee street ars .at reet, running t.s.-k eastwardty and at right angles with tennessee street to i'lluton street. IBs Met uore or less. Aiso. the remainder Interest After the death of Lucy P. James, In snd to a certain so imifn ss lot no. , oiocb in, annaim os tu rner oi ' tiutoaantl tntoloe stre.-u. lu tli- clly of Msuiphm, being the saiae lot on whlen 1 homes j anise resided al the lime ot is death. Eighth Also, lot! Nos. li. 13 and 16 of Poe- '.iii! sub-division of lot No. Ml, these i lots siug togetner bounded as follows: Begin tAlnsr on the south side of Broadway streets feet south of tbe northeast .-ornsr of said hit so. 1BI. thence running outh parallel and u teet distant rrom the was Use of lot No. 101. Art a-.i ieet to the southeast corner of lot No. J or Postou a sod-division, tneuce with the south tin-or lot No. 12 west parallel with Broadway ITS feet to the southwest -urnsr of tot No. 1-2, thence north parallel wltb the eaet ,ine oi lot .so iui, jsi i a ieet lo tne sou in iiuh.ii drttadway, thence with Ute line uf Broadway east i76 feel to the beginning. Terau of sale One-third cash, balance la six aad twelve mouths from day of sale ; boad, with approved security, will he taken tor the del err eu payment, aaa a leln i stained upon saiAte nntii the purchase money Is paid. jea K. A. COLE, Clerk aad Vsster. CHANCERY SALE OF ESTATE, ETC. REAL No, 2.-nrst Chan eery Court of couuty.-Mary L. Postou, et al va. Postou, et al. n Y virtue of an lnteriocutorr d D tered iu the above cease, June T, Mffa. I a illsell st uublic auction, to the highest bid der, in front of the Clerk aad Mssten office. city oi Oreenlaw , tSssaasi street, .n tbe.elty i aIssa, a certain t!ee. m land Iviug rng tn tbe said eiiiuity and -tt." i'i DNi.iiiiii: oeinu a parr of ce p laid aa into lots by t'reeal.w. Lousy, Keel, at st, lying r.ortr loin tug the city of Memphis au. bere.l upon said plsl as No. -1 sa.1 ss loltows: Bestiuntig os tbcw Third street al i he .-iuri o; i streets, r hence tiorts a lib tlie w ssld strirct 74 feet an it ! Inn thence with said alUy lis reel ti iv alley ; thence south wlih s"1 alat Inches to a stake: thsviee totlwa.r Inches to the oeguic.i 2 o i : Aa rounds. aud be lag CaldweU A i o s. siiUtt grouudu. begicnlr.g ol street, ai cuuteiupl ,t said subdivision slid i met ! e-er.i.'d .1 .'U j. and county pol at ou said north ode of salt "j feet am! Inches WcstwtU uortbweat Intersection of sal Orleans strewt, as laid tiowu on said poiat Being lnes, uAh was No. ... as t od down iu said .s on .said xaap; thence westwai Uurta Use ul said Cuait stive sew ooe rauulng back uoilhws two parallel lAi.es and aiotig th said lot No S its , feet to su a being the east hail of said lo' I laaaso BAdta.-uu a ere Ut montrAh irom date oi with good and sparev Monday, July 25th, 1870, Within legal Hours, the toils w lag property, lo-wlt: A certain piece or parcel of land ly lbst being snd situated la the county of Shei- r.y and State ef Tennessee, wlrhla the fellow- iug bounds, to-wlt: Beginning oa Jackson street at the soot it-west corner of J. St. Wil liamson's lot, running theuce west with north tins of Jackson street. 3H1 feet to the south east intersection of Desoto street extended, w iih north line oi'J sckstiasirt'St-ibaaas Borxh oa and with IHsSoto street extended, tha east side thereof feet to a stake; thence east parallel wllh Jackson and Broadway streets SW teet to J. M. Wllif aseaiTs west heretofore eaM ta Tasran B. Oar roll by said Postou: theaoe south to the beginning en north side of Jackaa coutalnlnc vi acres, more ur less. Also, s certain tract or paacel of ated ia the county af BfcallAY at I'eauassse. aoeat t Dallas south-east af taa eilyof Memphis, and bounded as follows, vis: Beginning at s slake on the north line or side ot sverr Avetrue. me sown or theses acre traci sitoiieu to Ml lien jat ot me 1 grunt. Also, the south east pnrasr 0 aaa B acre tract allotted to Catharine McKay out of the said SM sere tract of saM at MeMtllew. running tasnrte wastw srdly with the north line of taogseT sjasine MB I- Ieet to a itasTa ; hence northsxsAresW asst at rlaht aaxflea ha Kerr avenue Ma, s-J iasyt le a stake oaaTrs. eastwartHi wtiataaw snarta- boundary Use af Mrs. k il-q.-v ill 1 and pi..e. tW IM sooth waSlins arrteT llae sad 'at right angles lo a stake la Karr Avenue aWt-s tsek; thenee wsstw srdly with the north line af Kerr A venae Wt S-S teet to the tsegtnn tXAg, compiislng In ths foraaolng bounds two lata, oneofonsaere and l hundredlhs, and the other of ti v-hW of aa acre. TXBXts or 8aix,-0b s credit of 7, 12 sad 18 tuon ths from lay of sala. Notes with aocu- rvtv take a. aeawtaai tatsssit oaaa was sad a awe retained - ill the payment money. h4 ui ly uf resfauptli) a ss. a. w&.sh . 1.1 a. 1 b per cent, per annum, and a lien retalneu uutli the payaas-SAi ef satst pcrihase money, noequity oi n-aVm: 10a s repurchase 10 ex ist, but the title to be aawSswaws 1L A. CoLt, Clunk aud Master. Na If Ib the Second Chancery Court o Shelby oouuiy, Teunu-sea. -rtelen M M.t vs. Boben B. Mi.Jcms. IT appeavriug fiuaa slrVtsv.it iu this can that the defendant, Kobert B Majors, is a non resident uf th'- exa e 1 uucsee, aud that u is residence rs nnlttsoau: It la taer tore ordered. That he make hu apoearauce herein, at tba ceuir beuse in the clip of Mi la pi 1 An. itnn, oa or tie : ore tbe 11 rst Monday iu Sef.trmrMr.ls7u, and plead, an swer or seaaar lo complainant s n il. or tris same will be taken tor coalesced Sb. to him. aud ss t for heanag exparte; and that a copy ot this order he pads I. a-ad once a week, tor fear aasssrssivw weeks, in Ibe Memphis Lhiiis Appeas. This Jslyr ut, u;u. A copy ettesi- AlO. UrtTEWAIsT, Clerk snd Mast.. . By tiBO. Mallkba, Deputy C. and M. I. W. aswsaaSsABwAasaassapsS - rl Jy 1 : InaeWent Mottce. HAVIWU suggaalAAi the insolvency ot tbe estate of UF. Buuk, deceased, all persona bswUat atayass satsinssthe same ars uostrK t to aie the satme-wr.. perry satbxatlcated, witu County canrtCfeTk, uo or bvore the lith day of November, ls7a, er they will be forever barred. Ska. H. N. bsjola, Adxu'rx. B. P.Duneaa Attoraoy. Jel7 CHAMCERY SALE, ON MONDAY JULY 25TH, 1870. No. am. o. r d. iAf Shelby c tmty H. UUsaon onj Chancery Court M ugh L. BrinkJey vs. H. UJ virtus: ot su knterlocutory decree made ir m ISAs cause. 1 will sell al pswaas ati.-- : and Master. HITE lc CORWINE JOB PRINTERS, 14 Union SU MW Ve take pleasure In etsttng to our psv Irons tha we have reososred our Job r-s-raasa EstablUhAuant to No. U Union aU'est. A pees Build Use where we hops to see our eld spaas as atanj aew ones as win BrJsBBs eare of tiocu to the highest bidder. In treat ol tlie ( lawk aad Master suffice or the second Chauc erj t'euxt, 01 ataetby cstuuty, iu the city u Memphis. Teuuasswa. on Wtmm, Jury 25ta, 1870, WitAla bias I hours, toe following described real estate, to-wil: Btluated. i mgand be.ng Da -Shelby county, Tenuessee. aad ts the city at Memphis, oa Use west side af Second atxasH, aad beuig a park us tot aaa, tbe hegin niaa earner cousmeucttig at a point whern John Cubbins' aarui Has. intersects the west !lue of Second street; thence northwardly with taa west line ei decoud street east i-to teet -,1h tee hints red ami ainety-ionr sad loor tsnlBS tost, ta a awake, thence west In aline parallel wish Joata Cn bo ids' norm line, oSsaPsj) eae haastred and forrv-eight aad a havd; fast' thaxtce aoutk three hundred and nluatar-toar and rour-t. niha Bat to Johu Cabbiss' north Hue; thence east with cub bins' north line to ths beginning. Tbxuu or SA.LB. UpoaA a credit of 7 months purchaser txe-utlng a note with approved security, beatnng Interest from date snd a lien rasa I awl aaaat payment of the purchase money. ae.ulty of redemption bsktrssi. This June Jt, 1870. M. D. L. NTS WART, Clerk and Master. aTaatsB A I'satnn, Seat torCooi plateau a. JeJl for Divorce. In the n 1 Clreult Lonrt of Shelby county. Ilssnan vs. John IVgnan. ac wwsa sIbsII In this cause John I'sanan usnoo- of Tennessee: . se nis in the a oa ths third Son- , 170, and plead, answer or .. ...' hill or the same will as to him. snd set for and that a copy o' ti s or. coca weei. tor iou: sue is Appeal. nary Appear- that Use aeieedaat. resident oi the (Mats ,1 re of Mum oh is Ten day tn rxug ex parts: are stock of Cards,! at laatlirtn Oar Til wis ill iMns. tk' " -'"T ' " -470 s a waxaus K T.VFT. Clerk. fMark. Jordan, So.;c i