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FINANCE AND TRADE.
Omt or m Dibt A.ttxu. I Memphis. July 10. m I The Lit tle Bock Railroad la In a aorry fl-ff - Ita troubles are endlaaa. It it still a stumbling block to Mem phi. It la still unfinished, and may or may not oe completed in another year. This con dition of'thtog la not dete U any want ot effort on the part of the ofaoers. They have given of their ttane and means with unatinted hand bat eeem to be unfor tunate. They have been unfortunate in the employment of their agenta and Hgeueiee, and have ateadUy been plunged Into embarrassment aa faat aa they courts or can bo released. Their entet itriae aeoms to be, contrary to their will and wish, mustered Into the great army, which eooording to certain philosopher . steadily being recruited from the oioe i r eot of every 'mndred that an- consti - ited failures. Nearly sixteen yeara have uirenl since this enterprise was first sot . .n foot. In that time the Memphis ina Charleston, Memphis and Ohio, and MissiMippi and Tenneaeee railroads have loen tisisUed, and nearly rebuilt In con duce of their destruction daring the and yet thi-i highway, admitted to i-m more essential to the growth of Mem- than any of these, is aim uu- jeJ. is still cramped ana j ressea m on Kit sides and beset with litigation and -oubse. Tho last of these toliows upon ale or transfer of (he roan, witn us ar1 saTaesa. to the El Paso raU- "-ich tJetvral John C. Fremont -at rVb i in the hsnda ot aey York, the repreaenta- l apitalUts who ad si tauliion joUre in lour ini'li Of goll to I- remont, over , Htarf.d or himaii- speut, bow is bent known i l , .ue puis t tho ir.iDCUl road, of Wv is Prei lent h Mr. lirey, of N iive of certain Freii. vsnced more than nin to Fremont, over which the said Fremont h ;t. bow is best known t The terms of this sale r transit Kittle Rock to Ihs B Paso Pan. Kailrosd were never made public, bat Ii I is sale, to presume were such as it" com- iiie.l with, would have Insnred the erasa- pletion tt the Little Rock aa the initial stoni of a railroad to compete with the great Pacific Railroad of the North. It is Bale to presume that the terms of this Hale or transfer were in spirit the equiva lent of the contract made and entered Into by Mr. Kpperson, of the El Paso Kail road, with Memphis, for the pnr- i-liw of her stock In the Little Rock Railroad, which contract of purchase was wntered into aa preliminary to and neces sary before the transfer or sale of the Lit tle Rock Railroad could be made to the LI Paso. The terms of this sale ot the stock, as we gather them from the ci: v rec'O'J such that by the payment .of 100,y0(i to .'.'e city by Mr. Epperson, ihe.ity bound itself to sell and convey to Epperson rive tkoufinil seven h.tndred and t:mli tharei uj ttock, conditioned that said Epperson would complete the Utaam Rock Railroad within twelve months from the date of the sale (the M December, 1SH,) unless prohlbted by any competent legal process, the time taken up by which was not to be counted aa part of the time indicated. And it was further agreed that nnleas the Little Rock Knilroad was finished in the year specified, "according to the true intent and meaning of his contract, then and in that event he (Mr. Epperson) hereby Agrees that the said rive thousand seven hundred and twenty shares of stock, hereby sold and transferred to him, shall ravMtl to and revest in the party of the lirst part (the city ol Memphis,! as fully and completely, to all intents and pur poses, as if this sale and transfer hsd never been made." And tills failure was not to he ascertained by legal process, but by the faet as it might be patent to all and any peraatasB. And it was farther agreed ( we again quote from the eon tract,) "that the party of tfee second part ( Epper M) shall in no event toaer, or have the right to demand, mcejye ww- eive trom the party of the first part ferity) in case of the reversion and tmm m8 tne 'a Btoc't ln lue Pr,y of the rat Part' under the provisiona bereinbeh. re contained, any portion of the slid aiu.1 of one hundred thousand dollar. paW an to paid lie party of the first rrrt m iir -said, but the whole t hereof shall betong to the party of the rat part as its absolute property, free from anv claim or r'ght of the party of second part." And this forfeiture, it was till further understood, was to be in full as dsmns to the city Tor failure to fulfill lie contract on the part of Epperson. To e-arrc cut this contract the city is ready to rive Epperson additional time from the 22J of December to the 18th of January, 5.s enuivalenl of the time consumed in litigstion and in -Mat, if the Lit now a busy place; but the most Interest ed must confess ithat there la a letharay in gold, and that the advance has been attained only by prodigious effort aad by immense speculative purchases. It ia oontrary to all logic that gold should be dearer and that our national credit ahonld depreciate with the Franco-Prus-aian war. The present flurry over, we shall behold the working of tbe inevita ble laws thai govern Tbe questions of finance. .spam i Tbe New York Bulletin ot Saturday aays: The principal lntluenoe of the war on the money market is likely to result from the specie drain, which will of sosrse weaken the reserve of the bank. Thr institutions, however, are now suf ficiently strong in their reserve to stand a large reduction in tbe specie average without compelling them to restrict the present extent Of their accommodations. KOVTHF.U SECT KI TIB. The New York Bulletin of Saturday gives the following aa the closing quota tions of Southern Securities: Bid. pou g" J ., M " "J 51 as S2 SI u TO S 80 Tanuctfcee ex-coupi: iio a Vlra nla ex -coupon W't 11 W -. w. uo Kgistersdstocst.Qld. 11 Ueorcia 'a-.-.. .. W do i4 do 7'soid.. Norih Ciroliaa ex coupon do fun hug. ISBJ do do Ud8 do new do S -cjiai Tax Missouri C's do H.ioi.Juv ; ; I.no.-iaiia li h .. do new do l,eve's de K's do runt, ullan- do S. .. ft AUhama i'l 7 do ft IM do KK S l Ml Houtli Carolina 6's tS do new. .1 A J de do A at O N do ' reg. stock, sokl ... W Ai kans s 7 per ci ui .................. 75 Mobile A OnloHierltng "1 do Interest s i - Miss. Ceatral Kit. lstmortc. T's. do 2d do B' New Orleans A Jackson 1st do do 2d . Memp'iui A Charleston 1st do do M. do do stock. .. (ireenville AOol. Kit, awar d si' Mncon A iJrunswica, guar u uy Ueorgi. ff City MvmpbU t's "- Barannah T's 7 u, "aw tirleaun Consols, old.. 7j 'd to Iss. KK. s it's. 71 40 ' new T's 7 do do Asked. 6S'-, bS IB St at 8J St !tt wR Mil., 74 71 7 tl a as 7& 101 7 as 7t SO Tt M Tt . 79 7 87 7t Hi Hi M TO Z M M n 80 trouble between tbe and the Brinkley Directories; and Rock la not finished in that -fmture . - above will take time tb - by what has already seen place. Judigaav "hope that the contract done, we hava-aw )n tht tinie. Mr. can be complhta -. he can; he Is Brinkley is doing ti and has entered pushing iis foniracwTra, j0 npure suit in Pulaski cormtv, A nBas state the caiae of I21,00 Arkv " on bo j.ls, aa Vi t worth W , iUian dollaa, to secure whioh he asks tx m tose-.aestr!itefl.0,00)stocK ran- a ;..t bv him tot. i te iiaiiro". " Memls and El ;?aao RaUroad Com P.y and tbe 5T2,00O " a . ter tne iioo" -"CE. FINA. on Main and The aggregate of trade ' and ont r-treets to-dsy was uoi ' 001 to the orders filled.by' jobbers wer Mm," great for execution, even on a hot mer day. Boot and shoe dealers wear ou. as much as tbev sell, and drv roods men are hardly kept awake. The demand for money was as great as that for goods was limited. r.xcnaneeis at '.c orpniinm for lnnknr't checks. Gold onened in New York t MBV usl during the day dropped to l'Jl1,, but at 4 p.m. was quoted at m1., which quotation was received too late U have anv aaaksV here. Up to tbe close of business dealers were not, as a general thing, inclined to exceed 120 on such small lota as were of fered lor sale, boine aDDj ehensive of a de cline. There was more done in a small way, but there was more disposition to sell than to purchase. Stocks and (sf-cuntiea were inactive and nominal, and the same was true of State, City and Coauty Warrant.-, and Scrip. The nominal price of Memphis sixes is 4,(a,47'i, ex-coupon. There sre few of these, however, on the market. Government f-tecuritiee were firm in Sew York, and at the close were quoted as follows: Sonds of 1881 , 112ta i-20 Bonds ot 186 to "-20 ' U64 KB-.S 5-20 - 1865 109 (a 5-20 " lv;5, new 107Xft i-20 " 1S67. " 108 uta 5-20 " lSBS, " 108' 10-40 Bonds ...106, Pacific Sixes in u S Stocks and bonds are unsettled : Canton 60 Western Union Telegraph Co 341 Quicksilver. 6 Pacific Mail 42 Adams Exprefci. 67 Wells, Farro d: Co.' Express 15 American Express. 4-'l) United Statos Express 45 New York Central Ho? New York Central Scrip H Erie 22? Reading .. si? Michigan Centra 117 Mulligan isouthem 96 Illinois Central Cleveland and Pittsburg 108 Chicago and Northwestern 831 Chicago and Northwestern Preferred UP Rock Island oj St. Psnl . 7K1 St. Paul preferred 61 1 e cu Lwtween t;kc COTTON. The rules and regulations of the Cotton Buyers' Association will become thesub ject of discussion next Monday afternoon, at i he hall of the Chamber of Commerce. It Is propoattd to organize a Cotton Sell ers' Association, a consummation earnest ly sought by many of our readers in the interior as well ai by most of our com mission merchants. The market was some firmer in tones and while inquiry was light those who bought were obliged to go a fraction bet ter on yesterday's prices for good cotton. Buyers who entered the market to-day paid from PMIIe for middling in small lots, and on one bright lot of about 16 bales, almost atrict, 18jc was realized. It was hard to get over l"Kc, however, though the Nw York market improved c on Middling. Saies were very light, and not worthy enumeration. We quote Good Ordinary nominally lCHc The New York market closed firm at 20c, tnough the Liverpool market was dull at tt.d, sales being only 2000 bales. Con tract prices were 17sfl"rc for September and October delivery. oorroar aTATaocKHT. Ckastmb or Co si kb bob:, t Mkmpsis. July W, 1870. J itock, Sept. 1, 1808 94 Rec'd since last statement.. 125 deceived previously 2B7, 133 287,258 Wl- Imn l .,1.1 ltiions to Epperson by t V ty Me phis. This last argues a btfc- f r. . . ... t fc'nnAMAn o. Mr. lirinklev .nd the El Paso h omnanv. who confess failure, as we i', and hsye xhrown the onus and bur of carrying out the contract above with the city upon Mr. Brinkley. whose ability to do so is not by the S121.O00 Arkansas I Kinds sned for as good a it was on the22dof December last. We give Mr. Brinkley and his coadjutors credit for a -good, honest intention, for earnestness of purpose, and for desire to build the rjad and put it in running order. But they have not so far been able to accom plish It. and we doubt that unless aided by Mr. Orev, the Receiver of the El Paso, that they can do so. WTould it not be well aa we once before suggested) for the Memphis and Charleston Railroad Com ttsnv to take hold and help this enter prise, linking it as part of the chain of railroad which one day we nope vo see runniug between Norfolk, Va., and San Diego, by way of Memphis and Kl PasoT THE W AR. The V.H. Bconomtil and lrv Oood Re porter of Satu rday says: The war will no doubt exercise an immense influence upon the I'nltad States, tor it will disturb exist lne oominercial and financial rela tions with foreign countries. It may sren Involve nt in ons4v.a:ions incase France should quarrel with Spain, the ostensible cause of the war, and4ttempl to seize Cuba. The re.sideo't uieaa to Congress, requesting tne adoption of luumirei for the protection of the Amerl n German steamers, afford only a faint illustration of the tfonble that await ua. Pat strict neutrality should be observed liy the Catted states, and we trust noth ing may occur to prevent our Oovurn nent departing therefrom. Tbe New York Herald of Saturday ays: Tne anion established tmtwoen the money center of the werld by the agency ot the electric telegraph has brought them in snth close relutiou that a disturbance of one is felt by vmpathy throughout! . . -ii IT. ....... ..- !-.... V.nwfinm ia -.j'u 1 icem sii. aauuvu -w . b sled by wur Wall street is quick to re flect tbe effect. Oar growing tendency to jjeater indlendence of such inilueuces Eta had a signal Illustration, however, ln the last few days. The European war of 1806 sent gold dancing up from 125 to uw News J list as startling and more Imp .riant, for tbe reason that two greater count rie are at wr, meet with a more obstinate gold premium ln these day, wince lwatbe L'nitod States have taken position among tbe leadiug oatioM of the worll. Our trade and couiujeroe are on a EizanUc eeale. The nation! credit ha So wonderfully appreciated that gold is not eo sensitive a it was a lew year go. A we In urease the period tlr4 tin war we grow strong ln gemetrb,i progret ton. Oold Is the measure of our fit; cial relation with other ooqu tries. It t syldeot to every one t bat war bmtd, - 4 with the prostration of ib Indu Uu -,( i ae two greatest Ration ot K u trle t credit dvncs by ousapariaor rope, ou slow resolt wnieb follow the Hence the , fold gambier in Wall efforts of IP- . seosation. As compared street to get up vb, roOBa u )att with ordinary tlm ' 8B7.352 2V.inn. ' since last sta'm'nt 325 Ihipped Kreyiously JWS-tfMW 8,407 ... 62 40 .... H T .... 325 jtock at noon tu la day IMPOSTS. Mainphis and Charleston R. R. Memptis and Ohio R. R. ijuajuers- (fagc-ns, tat.. . BXTOBTB. Mflllphi Mfil t'h'O K coTTOaT rs ww voba. n"g Ordinary7PloV4c; Oood Ordinary, 17Vc- Low Middling, 16Kc; Cp lands, m& Good,21c; Mobile, 20c; Orleana, p.m.-Cotton irreB-"lr; bales: contracts, 2300 bales; Ju'y. 18c: others unchanged. 4 p.m. Cotton irregular; sales tej ex port 't50 bale: for spinning 1000 bat, speculation 82 bales. Rates for future delivery unchanged. COTTON IX SEW fttil.KAKK. Nw Oblkaks, July 19, p.m. Cot ton dnli and nominal at 1717Jie. Sales 500 bales. Receipt, 340 bales. Export, none. OOTTON IK UVBRPOOL. LrvatRPooi., July 1, 11 a.m. Cotton dull and nominal; uplands, 8Jd; Or lesns, l' d. 1 p.m. Market demoralized; nothing doing, and prices nominally unchanged. TRADE. A l a Sands' Ai,, f 10 60 per halt-barrel, porter, fll. Lager, per kg, 6 A Ale. per dozen, $Sq;S J3 for quart; M2 for pints. Porter, do. ttuii.DFKa' Mtkrials Kosendale ce rusnt, 4ri.4 50; Ijon.v-m cement, $2 75 (g.. Cape lime, $1 85gll; QWo river, 1 ; Cto,$l 75; Alabama, It &2 00. Plaster hair, 2 75 per bale. Pire brick, Bj'TTKR Extra choice Is scarce at Z!tit not. i-v'V iatic. .'xl I8(i!3c, Baooiwo Nouiioa, Kentucky, 31$ fgB, Reae Choice Naw, J2 C0i M per bushel ; mixed white, J 1 25j,l 50. B hoc. MB and Beooi: on Broom are steady at f3 oo& 80 per do ae to quality. Broomooru ji ill soon come Into market, and is worth $iax$220 per ton. Cornhbai. The demand is not large. Kilndried. M 604 86 on leyee, and ia store, Jt. Fresh st mill ( full weight S5; light weight H 60. (Tfjf.sK Factory and Gloster, 14gl6c. Cool k Vr ces nr.- unsettled and tend ing upward wit gcji. Ootton yarhb-no. i. wgmti m, 17wttict 00, l(17c; 700, 13!& Covrojl BUI) arc MoT kb Cotton Seed oa levee f 12 00, or $12 60 delivered tt mill, buyer fb'rnWUsg aeekm. Mote it e per pound. CARaTMP floone The market la doll and inactive. Condensed milk, 114 009 14 50 per ease. Coy oysters, 1 lb, 1 7:" per do; 2 , W 76. Peache, f2 402 75. Pear. 3 60. Tometoem, tl 4oCl 5 Cberrie. $33 25. Pineapple, S 90 2i, 8trwberrle,B25. BtadyPMhe, $4 758 Ou. Fickle, ball ga.. qts, 3 50; pint, v Catsup, 1 26,2 26. K. Egos Prices are weak at and small quantities. Feed We have no material ohan, note in Corn. Good yellow, mixed anu white on levee 1 held at 95c$l 06; in lots, and on orders from store at 28c higher. Oats on levee are held at o'c. Bran $2021. Hay la scar- and firm at 2CX21 . Cottonseed meal , t232o per ton. Flofb There is some improvement in the demand among city dealer, who are laying in stock, and fresh ground is held at 2r3dvanoa, but suoh as has been on band lor some time Is not higher than on Saturday. We quote follows: Super fine fl; X, t 60; XX, 6 7E7 (; XXX and fancy f? 5O0 50. Fa err Apple, fl 60&2 60 per hbl. Dried pples, ;(tic. Peaches, fif ij7c. Fish Mackerel steady. White Fish, 8 50 per half bbl. OoMNiJie tJood Uo. 1 seconds i2.'ial5o aid firm. Htdms, For ASd Ta ltw tildes and Far are steady. Dry Flint, lc; Dry Salt 18c; Green 6c; Onsen Halt, 7(7c. Tallow, do Deer Skins, IMHix Beaver -l M each. Otter, V- 00:fliM UO eb. M ok 4ocgil 00. Fox )e. Coon Mb. Lkathkr Hemlock Ffo!SS36o; Ouk Tnli Hfllfl-. Saddi'-4Pf5j43c: Bridle f4fc m Bajrdoxen; Uppers 4050o; Calfskins, French $46670; American do. 3Ofo60. Lrvtt 8toi!K There Is bat light de mand and stock large. No. 1 oorn-t'ed, dtJMWe; araas fed. Sfific; No. 1 Texas, per 'bead, 3O50; No. 2, $30&a6; No. 3, $liMk Milch cows, $3040. No 1 sheep are scarce and in active demand at $6at ; inferior are abundant and dull. Molarsks The demand is fair. Re boiled New Orleans, 5d86e. Eastern syrup, Sotodo. ' Naii u demand at $4 rx4 60 rates. Naval Storks Tar, fn kgs, $6 26ai 5 76 lor Pine; in 40 gsllon bbis, B(10; Pitch, $S per bbl; Oakum, $5 0ts 00 per bale. OiL Coal, 30.'i2c; Linseed raw, $1 30; do. boiled, $1 40(il 46; Lard, $1 40Q.1 60; Lubricating Cal OU, SflOc; 'i rain OU, $1 26tdl 30; Crude Cottonseed Oil, 62&6c. Poi ltrv Oid Chickens, $4 f.iKw. 00; young $2 604. Prowh k Potatoes are firm at $1 . '(g. 2 25 from wagons by the bbl, buyer fur nishing pacXagt-s. Onions, $3 50&y4 00 per bbl. . - Provisions Prices are again hiKher to-day on Bacon, and Mess Pork shows signs of improvement, but the demand is light. We quote from store: Mesa Pork, M2 taXa"!. Clear B-icon 8id, $2lK20 60. Clear Rib, 1919Jic Rib, 18tal8Vo. Shoulders, ljtWc. Breakfast Bacon, 2ic. Sugar Cured Hams, 26c Lard 17M18c in tierces; kegs, 18Mgilyc. Mess Beef, $17 per bbl. Country Bacon is about lc uuder above rates. Si'oar Louisiana Sugars are scarce M arm with an npward tend Common Louisiana i"-li: : Uo;GrOod, 11 Hm'ic; Fully Fair Sgg'.. Prime, 13&,13Xc; Choice, laaiala?'. "w "drifted. 1416ic; iflS Vi. 15Si16Wc ; Crushed mSff A, fei Coffee A, 143 White Clarified vxtr. r and Powderwl jMk w 14u 14fc ; B, 18X14kc : eTpouiid 13Kc; C, WiSUM Denial Tpounu Salt Two hundred and eigt. barrels $2 352 46; dairy t3 25Qt3 SprRiTs Highwinea 96Sd7c ; pr. spirits $1 161 18; rectified whisky 90c $1 10. Starch 6-i'Ti8o per lb. Soap Mottled 9H10ic; yellow 7 8 He: common 67o. Candles 1524c. Toraoco Prime natural leaf, light pressed, 70c 1 10; fine fancy Va, 90c&$l; fine bright pounds. 8090c; medium bright ponnds, 7080c; common bright pounds, 6270c; medium bright half pounds, sound, 62g70c smoking, tine and fancy, GOtjSOc ; lmsji'iia and comir on, &o:$50o, Vin boar Common and pickling, lGc ga$& CO.. IA Taylor, raiord Cotton Factors, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 15 Slonroe Street, AUKNT FOK Brooks' Celebrated Cotton Pr&sr. Atao AORjrrs roa WINSHIP'S IMPROVED GIN, fait mnnlna aad swed Every liln wwrraiiieo. Wbldi for light draft tarnont, has noetjnnl Prlc tl per saw. We Incite examination and defy con) pett tlon. 1''" COTTON GINS. EAGLE Cotton Gins! rjiHK aoperlorlry of the above lastly eele- all who have oneu them during the past H years. They took the Unit premlnni at the Shelby County Kair in October last. we are ponc reiiHrini lo la. ice oriiera lor auyalse. to be 'in rcadiiiesk lor ukc ln thr coming crop. MoCOMBS. KELLER & BYRNES, 322 1-2 aad 324 Msia Street. ni v daw it is db rVll A 11 in , with unvarvlnga C'ASCEK IlKeARTMk. art n"re curea iu mu... very hundred. . n. UK I' A KTSSnT fifi TT -r - depart lueu'.ttilif-riuiaKhlt! ilhtw. wii h the taoet ratHrinir . PH-AaTaKAI I"'" "i" trirui oi Bkin diseases ponnaucaio . Nsrafti AMn-AiAum , ' The iwor-eur. late ' dparte. : "-"i' a.'iuv tnii nn.u' v Ot lung. UiL-ut ff if llr T1, , Pr, w.B.1 LIS AND r.AIl i.r.. . - f-- ' , nr m-ist tenderly and iriuiii.bantv trcyed ibc cxrlnlvu treat muut or a elaas i mUa- dlcs, nam. '.." -ieri b an aNa jiioie'-if"ip- Irie mini imiihji uiit operations known to 'untery Ail uuairn oi a p crcdly cnuHdastlal. ,w W Office liuuiv f .om t! o'clock ln the meni iDgUllo!clovini!.e eveniDK. Oootvtry Mnnday t4rcuoou, fiom a.m. U11 m. ' i ijonxolllivti Physician. J.f. WljsoR.SecreUry. I., i). WARaA.N. Ticaourer. M' ;'. .a. Ml 3 . - f "41 - S V private character held - ;u follown- ftwir.g 2 hi 4 RAILROADS. LOUISVILLE ROUTE SUMNER SCHEDULE. TAKES EFFECT JUNE 12, 1870. l.KAVE ...t.tsa-m. AHRIVK AT luwp.iu. .... p.m. Wlo p. -a. 5.00 a.m. Tiar SPECIAL NOTICES. Newell Screws FOB COTTON PRESSES. The Only Reliable Press in Use. "OBEKTHON. BKUCK A CO., Agents, J Afain Iib-i. Mn...U. Tenn. Jzii A BOOK Fur. THE MILLION. The Blood in Summer. Tbe blood dete riorates in hot weather. Profnae perspira tion deprives ft of a portion ol its nourishing and reproductive properties. Consequently, In summer, the nesh lmea, In some decree. Its firmness, the muscles lack their usual elasticity and vigor, and the weight of the body diminishes. These are clear indications that tbe ordinary supply 01 the lifo-sustalu-lng principle aCnrded by the food we eat. Is not aoffleient to met:' the requirement of the system under a hlgu temperatnre. There is another reason for this, besides the direct In fluence of 1 tie heat, vlr.: the loss f appetite and the w.-akenlnjr of the digestive powers which It occasion!., ruder these circum stances a wi.ulf.ome iuvigoranl is evidently needed, and the best suit rarest Is Hosteller's Siooiacb Hitters. Tina admirabh' vegetable tonic and alterative acta favorably upon the system iu several ways. It Increases the ap petite and facilitates digestif 11. thereby In clining the stomach to receive and enabling it to aralmllate a due amount of nourish ment ft also tones ilie relax. -3 secretive or gan! and the hovels. Under U operation the process of emaciation. .K-casloueii by the diain throngh the pores, U ..rrenled. the wbole frame refi eih. d tind lnvieoi-.n, and the spirits txhilaiat-d. The dysp. i.tlc. the biliou-. the iiervoni, tne debilitated, aearei ly need to be told that it ta preciw-iy the timu lam and enr recti vs Ibey oughl to lake at this season. Thouasuds of them know the fct by eaperteuve. NauilDg in the pbarmaoo pa:a, or out of It. will supply its place least of alt :ae ikashv local vosiKras wtiioh som nuscrupuioes dealeis would he glad, for lue oenent ot tneir own pocae:, to peauie out In its stead. Batchelor't Hair Dye.--This splendid Hair uye is 'ne Dest in trie worta. nanniess, r Uabl.'. lnstaut&neous. does not cnuniln b ad nor any vitaijC poison to produce paralpsia or death. Avoid the vaunted and deluaive preparations boasting virtue they do not possess. The geuuiue W. A. I's.' I'helor'a Hair Llee has had SUlenr.. .. uta: -:1sinsJ rep LI tut ion lo uphold its lulegtity hs tne nnlyferfect Hair Dye-Black or Brown. Hold by all Orut;giaU. Applied at Is bond straot, S. V ALLC0CK S POROUS PLASTERS. Step by step this commodity has attained Its unprecedented fame. 1 hey are univer sally ar-proveii. Tfley anpovrt. strengthen and aid the growth ol muscles. They appear to iMvc a peculiar enect upon ttie nerves, al laying irritability, while supplying warmth. They soeiu lo accumulau electricity, aud aid the circulation of the blood through the part where applied, by which healthy actions are induced. Even in paralvpis. where srtlonlatinu was auspouddd, lbs use of the forous hlastcrs to ttie sii"e rostoi-d ine articniattou, and ma terially reauc-'. the paralysia. Iu fact, tbe patient could help herseil, while before the Porous Plaster was applied she waa as help leas aa a baby. We refer to Mr. BaJly Wllott, Sprlugfleld, Mass. Bold by druggists. Agency, Brandrelh House New York COCVSgLOK TO nnitrC Al'RtVAi. rliioscatsOTt MARRIAGE ThE ma n.nnr 10 uiurry, ou Uie . Mo GUIDE. ,el uiyMtrie. anw Infest tlona of the aeaital sy'''. antln " discoveries in prodnciim anrt P "Jf, " sprti.g. proa.ervti.g f oTirrfrs. l'hia is an .'"SSMS " aud twenty- onr Pff"' ,u'RljU. information eravings. anc contains r'f0cooUInpbde for those who are n."-- pectit be marriage: si. it Is a . S0i w,J caralissly under lock and ky, and . about tbe honse. or jo cents. Bent to any one (free of postage). "-. 12 N. Address Tr. Butts Diapenaarv, 6, 'gbth street, Bt. i.oti... Mo. a" JXotiee lo Ike A&ict-d and Fnfbrtunnte : ue.ore ai.pi.wug 10 tne noion ni y i acks who a iveru.se in pnone papers, or Using a..v Quace airaniES. peruse lir. butts' work, uo matter wtiM your discise is, or how deplora ble your condition. Lr. Butts can be couaalted, personally or by mall, on the diseases mentioned In his wurka. Office, No. 12 N Eih; h street, bet. Market aud Chestnut, bt Loots, Mo. Warn. " p.m. 'U. lUiB l.oui."1';" Ctncinn. i" Inulanapo. " ( I ieveland ic Kutlalo ' 7 -Niagara Fulls 1'itlsbura 3.i U.illlmore 9. 0b a Washington City.... 1.09 p.m. Philadelphia. V.tUa.m. New Yorlc . ! ...... The train leitvlne Mem obis at t-is'o.. dally. TUe 1:00 a.m. train does not ru. Sunday. Both tralna run tbrougi to l.ou.. vili without changea. Klegaut slaepiug cars run through on tbe 1 :15 p m. train item Mem phis to LouUvllle, connecting at Ln .ulaivile with through cars to Philadelphia, Clereland, KutfaloandMew York, without change. Only one change from Louisville to Baltimore. Washington City aad Boston. Bertha and stjitertMima, lu throueh ears, can tie eng aged at the Ticket Office, 2S7K Main ntreet J. r. BOYD, Superinti'jlen fjirs sptm. Ticket Agent. iut i i ". p.ra. 7 . a in. 17.30 4.I& a.m. liUO a4ua.HL 17.10 12.00 noon 'Jim lo.i5 p.m. t.lv a.m. 7.00 Am. MM pwiu. 12.10 p.m. 3.40 p.m. "p.m. .m. .;.i.. tt 'Jt.iU 11.30 !0 ei' so. ;o at runs - on ,et iixutyg.. , k-'lS. LOT ON ILULds- Reglnnlng 142 feet south of the or Mnlberrv and Talbot streets, on side ot Mulberry street; ihenfe soutli the went aid.? of Mulberry . wurii- mtraiiel with MulU-rry eTf- ihp Terms ch. -..w aATl rnahu TRUSTEE SALE. Tit pursaance of a Deed of Trust made to mebyJoku 11. Jones dated Memphis, Tcn ueawee, Mav the 22d, Isrf?, and tor registration ta the P.egister'a ofllee of ebelby ceuaty on tue Oath d iyof May. lata, and the our was recorded 1 ' ime oflite In Beeord Book, so. tiM pbJM 124. , and ', on ine 4in oi mmmm Vm, and for the purpose therein directed, 1 wul, at the P.ai. KerATS SxcbaXoB or RorsrrEK, TKasKvAirr at Co, No. Mil Mais r-TKEitr. f Meutphia, Tennessee, On Friday, July 22d, ALL Of Steambtat ty0rk aw a kabi.vu, EARTH atPsWaas, iron and Brass and AeyUulturai Machinery Repaired. clew, Mr.. -s-, .n-,--,,,,.,, uj Amenta te flrm,u: " AM. POBT.uBLE EHGINW, and A - " aOKUK POWEK. .awi Achats r0 Bel ween tli hours of to jn. and i M fejl I., is. Sltfliut hi. Mer lor cash, tne following .... ........ ,A ...A kv 1 1 ' 1 TWMVI Aff aawlv. couveywi to Trut, to-wit: Beginning at WATCHES AND JEWELflY. Fine Goid Watches AND CHAINS. following me by aaid Ded of ns at a stake in the center of Loos Uatctue river in m extreme eastward boundary of a. J. Hays' land, with t'n two elm pointers on ine uaaa m ..m river: thence i-uth twelve elialua to a stake Ally feet north from tbe center of the Mem phis and Ohio railroad; thence south (so west with said railroad one hundred aud ten chains 110 to a atake ; theoce north 23 west rr.m the center of said railroad sirty-nve. tifchalas to the center ot Loosa Hatchle river- thene up satd river with It raoander inga to the iiegiEulng, containing Ave hun dred and twenty-tght acmL The right of redemption 1 expressly waived in thla Ilead ot Trust. The title to the above -nd ta Issllevad to be good : 1 convey only -isiee. JOHN PTTBEZBVANT. m-j , Tina tee. CHAMCEr? -4LE " TME80AY, CHANCEh j9 g70 n of Shelby county. fSecontl Cbaacery tou , g a. Shepherd B.-u. A. Bhupherd et - -' et aL rMle made in this B waSe?! tt&S&Bg highest bidder, on the premiJes, On Timday, Jaly 19, 1870, the following CUBBINS, GUNN & COOVER, Planing Mill and Lumber Yard, Ma 161, 163, 165 WASHINGTON STREET, DtXo rKX.Ta.la. """"" TettnMe), ear Manutaetarers of Ulased Baih, Mouldings, BalosteT, fewel Posts, and-Ballln Lai tloa. Palings, Brack eU, Door and Window frames, Ceilmg, Siding. ' ' SASH, DOORS, BLINDS FLOORING Planing. Sawing, Turning and Scroll Sewing dot.e to order and Blind.- seuenni w hit nne. i sritl'ln legal h. 4 W ,i Beal Estate niiU Lh-iiii: ine eu-ii v. to-wit: Lying of Hiiemy de nd aud city ', lie Ln--ted on the south aide oi ropiar ." . . .. . . , . . . In. Street Wte ,TLV. ev theei LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN. THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY. Mil. (T,ii,v,.i6' Glrup. Met. Whitcomb's Cores Colic and Orlplns; In the BoweU, and tacill tateri the proee- s of Teeth ing. gubduea Oonvnlslous and overcomes .ill diseasca in cident, to imauu and Chhureii. Curuk Llarrhet, Ttysen. tery-an.f snmmer coiii rlnlrt: In children ol ail Pll'M 25 OnO. trie.', SB CniU. mf. ivuioM eiaii.ir'. I'lini. "?r'.. Ii-..in.l 1i fTCl wiifft'i -.'sv ... i. J" ge7 1 tv-tn.. ft is the threat InfanCa at.J ( hih'ren'i Siothinu Kemedy lu all di.orjcrs brought en by Teething or any other eanse. Prepared by t!:e R.ri'ON MKlllCIN CO., Ht. Louis, Mo. s-old hydrugi4U and d.ialera in medicine everywhere. r SWEET QUININE It a Recent Improvemeiit HAIR RESTORATIVES. New Discovery ! ! I A oa. P it t fion for the Hair. CLEAR AWJJ A TEH. I WITIKWstSEDIMENl ! ! orEsiJHE LIGHT 1 ! I Vnr KettnAnv tt CrtSjiair itt Original Color! Phalon's ''ViTAUArMiffers ut terly from all Aniair coloring preoarationsaertLofore used. It is lyttfid sweet smelling, preciftites no muddy or slimy mater,requires no shaking, lm- no stain to the skin. Mold hie ligU and it is clear and clouUess. It leaves no mark on the sc; yet it reproduces in gray haiNijenatural color that time or sicK?njL may nave bleached out of it. erPhalpn's Vitalij is frtr one sole purpose, jfiat of reproducing,with abaalute cer tainty, the natr.raUlor of thf hair. It is nowtntended as a daily dressionorforremoving scurf or JBndruff ; nor for cu ring baJSness; nor for sfjpiula ting tje growth of the hair. objects may te accom- i after the color has been r;rh the Vitalia, by Pha- ;mical Hair In The plish fixed Ion's rator THr Vit and unequaled pre the reproduction of nal hue of gray hair. ing else. This is acc in from two to according to the required nvigo- a harmless ationfor e origi- d noth- plished ications, th of shade diuggists. Kepmces the rise or the HITTERSITI.PH VTK til'INlNE. with which U are familiar. iHtae tor doee, it Is Warranted fully equal in every way to Bit ter Quinine, AND, LlKi: 1 :', TS THF onk GREAT. POSITIVE AND UMFAILINS CURE For all Diseases oi Mtlarh.us Origin. Kavta Asn Ant E. Jntirm: rrKNT Kkwh. Chiij. KKvrn, Bill Kkvfr, Bn.iors 1'Lvra, . in anAorre, nd the long train of dbtordeM following tbese when uegii-LU.!. h';a j' QUiyixw Is made mAfly from nrurirm Kn, l. i.40 is bitter yuinluei.tberetOTIsof V.-eetable oi iiilu.and not a olnersl poison, hnton the cmiuary Is proved to be one of the tlemeuls fonnd In the blood of all healthy persons. 8WF.KT QV1K1SK Acts ss an u -u-u to. .-ts welt as a enre 'or, mJirf.ior Mnutnu.' c pvium, the alisorption oi which by the lung-, causes Intermittent Fe vers, etc The only advantage claimed for SWKKT QUIXIXE Overthe use of old P.lttcr Quinine la the en tire altsence of that iitfmse, jryutrnt Irilttrnru, which ln the latter is an Insurmountable ob stacle to Its nse with most persons, and al wayi with children. SWFF.T QVUUHM I in two forms ia in it, for the nae of phy sicians and draeglsu, and FMrf, lor use In tne lain uy ana lor tne general public. 0. BARNUM & CO. Old Urn t ooley, Baraan & Co., 265 MAIN STREEi, COR. COURT. it. ite of J prope -vy street .'l . lnU, iT ll l u-T'';l .''u'" .: west oarallel M.utn 74 leet .i fw-'."V i InehM- thence with Poplar streef f-et thence north 74 loet 3 tiicheis w Pplar sUeet , tnente T. "?J?1?K ;Une-l-L-i b. balance a credit or six. t n l.m - from the day of AA-JRS -t carit ,fr'Pm lnraf -urcbaaeuioas-. TnJ :um e i kii ... JnM J'lv i - TEW ART, Clerk nd Master. ffseiOT Sor ggga jej rvwlers tn rraming Lumber, of all kinds Ronsh and Drtssi J T. Pins, Poplar Cypres W. Pine, oak aud Walnut Lumber, Lath aad H'ulagie. Plank U Inches by Hi 'eet to hi feet for box Housoa. . We make oar f mors. Has -i Ail Work warranted Ui be of superior aualitv botli in imtii-niii at u niuait. Wishing u supply oor customer with a superior quality of .lock, carefolly packed and ahlj ped, and confluent that yoa eill to pleased with our Prloea, Stylo and Quality ofWork Tour orders are respectfully solicited, and will be a lied with neatness and despatch. IESAL NOTICES. Truitws' Sale. rllTiS!Lc'.?. fU?W it s. Am JHA J.iv au? u-x . stu. ud &. L. Coffin, """' JOI,n W. Llllaru CHANCERY SALE. No V0I. N. ft. D. Marv I . Postoe, Kxr'x, etc.. and others vs. W. K. Postimetei. liriWL'ANTto an order of sale entered jp I this csnae, on the Ttb day ol June, Is.D. I will, oat lit nday. July 25,1870, Between the hours of 4 and 5 p.m.. at the office t.t humea A Poston, No. S3 North t ourt slreet, sell, to i hehlghest bidder, lor cash, tue law Horary, office laruitnre, map-. Iron safe, et'.etc. hi longing to the net W. K Poatou. .it.i RI1MIINI) A. t Ul.E. i lerk and Master of Firat Chaucry Court. jaiy it. are. " CHANCERY SALE OF ESTATE, ETC. REAL LE6AL NOW. Cfcanctvy Sal9of Real Estate. No. la?:. N. R.- First flianoery Court o Hhelhy County. C. A.Htlllwan, et aL vs. J li. Brcen, et aL BV virtue of an Interlocutory order entered 'ftltttt eaoa. April Mb, lien. 1 will selt st pnbHe'aaL.u, t the l.igheet bidder. In front of the CleTka a ad waau-rs ntflr-e, t : tsur law Block. Second street, in the city of Mem phis. Tennessee en Monday, July 25th, 1870, Within legal hours, the following property, to-wit: Lying and being In the ciunty of Shelby and tWata of Tennessee, vlx: Lots 21, , aud run back irregularly ; p; lot 24. 150 feet dep. lot New & Rich Jewelry SHERIFF'S SALES. Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate I 8 Man, STEARNS, FARR & CO., Manufacturn'o Chemists, New York J ESTABLISHED 1S41. FORSYTH'S STANDARD SCALES, OF all kinds. Nearly WO varieties, adapted to every business. Every Scale war ranted COUKkCT, STRONG AND I'UEAlil. OK'ilLL BBOi. A CO., Corner Monroe and Front streets, Bale aganu; for Memphis and Vicinity. ' sT.vs on fiAtil UW Hv The Best and Cheapest Memphis Appeal A POLITICAL, NEWS, AND COMMERCIAL JOURNAL! virtue ot ;i execution to mo oirected from the Circuit Court of Madison connry, in tlte case of Peter Kelly ssi. H. H. Potter, for the sum of lu5 0U, besld mterest and eost.s, 1 will, on Saturday, 13th day of August, 1870. In front of the Sheriffs office, tn the Ureea iew Oncra Rnlldlnr, on Hecond stn-ev, tn th riiv.ii Men.phLs. t-lielliy uounlv. 1 er neasee, witliin legul liours, sell to the hlg.'K st bidder, fur cash, all the right, t" nt lnt rest of H. H Potter in nnd to the loi lowing described real estate, tils sain interest being an undi vided tro-tlitrd of a certain lot or parcel of ground, with the improvemeuta ineieon, sit uated on tbe north side of Madison street. In tbe city of Memphis, Shelby concte, Tennes see, at the intersection of Madttioh with tbe east boundary line of Fourth alley, fronting on Madison street 25 feet, more or less, and miming back with said alley to another nlley. which runs between Madison and Court streets : It being the same undivided t wo-thirds Interest in said bou.-e and lot con veyed to said H. H. Poltor bv A. Woodward by deed recorded In tue RetiLst.tr s oitiee of Shelby county, lu Book No. al, page Mil. and uemg that part of lot No. 180, on the plan ol the city of Memphis, conveyed by fcUixabetb C Perklas and ncr husband to John li. Fin nle, trnstee, hy s deed recoided lu the Regis ter's office ot Khelby county, ln Hoot No. W, part 2. page 27S, the said Interest of U. li. rotter, levied on to satisfy said execution aud costs and interest, July H, 170. MAJtCfH J. WRIUHT.Hhei-nr. Bv W. W. Colkma, Deputy bheritl Shelby county, Tennessee. jy9 Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate. BY virtue of a venditioni exponas to me directed from the First Circuit Court of 0a the 22d of July, 1870, ami and all h.?r2 j'reos u situate,! T ot near the "." known as the Amnion property, ouveyed to us by Ded iu Trfc a'1'1 Particularly ,iserlbed ,. neuempti " w nrr June fl. Iim. fleai W QUY.' GROCERS AN3 COTTON JFACT0RS. - COPARTNERSHIP. ML. Sir .'"if AM has this day associated . with Mm his son. at. JS. MBACUAJt, and J. B. IWTON, of Memphis, and A. W. 'ht.K'l.-. late of Powell, Robert a Co.. Hr.iwusville. Tenn.. nnuer Uie di m uame of M. L. MKACHAM A CO., for the purpose of continuing the wnoieaaie lirocery ana cotton Factorage business, st the eld stand of MeachanaA Treadwell, No. I'nioa tret Cluiaewall Block, where will alwaya be found ue of tue l.irgest and best selected atooks of tlioceries. which will be sold at the lowest Liurket rate. Mr. Meacham returns his sincere thanks to his many friends and customers lor their kind and liberal patronage of past years, and earnestly solicit for the new arm continu ance of tn mime, pledging strict attention to business. Memphis, July J, lWO. .o i?ji2.-Fi.t Chancery Court of M eoouiy.-lUry L. Poston, et al vs. M . a. "iston, ct sb "'toe oi sn Interlocutory decre" en ' the bove cause, June 7, ii'J, I i --it- ..Minn to the biirhe-t hlu- -Ulerlt ud Matera office, tdetreet, in the c.t of wdlsell at pac der, ln front of thL Ureenlnw Bloek, lieeo. n Memphis, leuueasee, ou ' Monday, July 25th, lb. Bter'e y sod v't. iu Block No. 11 : t saentloned lota froat each on B. feet it.-oD CMuton street X feet and rnns I a: lei Hue la) feet deep aa per ; ol Memphis; also, the south p IS, ln Block No. 6, a laid don uatedon tbe plan of survey c phis, fronting So teet on Tenne ranging west L feet to Cheat! ginning on the west side of Tel at Uartraan s north-eai-t corner with Tennessee street ft) fee ttence westward ly 12) feet to a so jlhw trdiy parallel withTu 90 feet ui a ts ke Oart iiau's north a ing. AUo. part of oclgioal l No. , a laid down In Meuiptiis, begjni:. m 1 three last t 25 feet :..t No. Mem eel and et. Be ta 12 feel to the ' atth begin- II M On a , M Wl o. 10 anil , being J. ith Tgg' Tenns. nee north, ttt 3 feet ti W ithin legal lo-a it hours, the fo M. L. Meacham. Mi. K. Mkacham. A. W. ItOBCTlTS. J. & P.SJTO.V. Shelby county, I will, on Saturday, the 13th August Next, A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE, A Paper lor the Professional Man, A Paper for the Merchant, A Taper for the Farmer, A Paper for the Mechanic. ISSUED DAiLY,SUN0AY & WEEKLY Subscription Prjce Sreatiy Reduced DAILY: For one year ....... . 410 For six mouths & 00 for three months a 00 BUNDAV : For one year 12 60 For six months l 25 For three months 75 WKEKLV: For one year t; 50 Korux monin i a For threo months 75 CLUBBING BATFA-To clubs of two or more subscribers we will send onr Mammoth Weekly, the largest paper in the South t-'txoo inches for one year, each, 92. To clubs of two or more subscribers, we will send our ScupAY A PTkAi for one year, each, Si. NEW 8 DKALF.KS, AuU'iV, E'lC.-Kews-paper Dealers, Express Agent, Country Mer chants, Postmasters, Depot Agenta, and any friend of the MKMPHCM APPEAL, who will do so, are requested to procure tegular nboribera, remitting to ua the amount, less ten per cant., or Ave per cent- tor clubs, for services; or, if preferred, arrangements as to compensation will be made. Specimen copies sut on application. Proceed to sell, to the highest bidder, for cash, within legal hours, lu front of the ShetlfTs office, on Second street, ln the Greenlaw Upers Building, city of Memphis, the follow ing described real estate, to-wit : A certain lot or parcel of land lying and being ln the county ot ishelby, and State of Tennessee, being a part of subdivision of Block Mo. 57, fronting 110 feet on the north side of Jessa mine street and extending bak north 100 feet, Immediately cast of Mr Tonp's reel denoe on Ueale street, Memphis, Tennessee, being tbe same lot conveyed to John S. Flynn by kobertaon Topp by aeed dated May Hi, lsii Also, a certain lot or parcel of ground situated, lying and being ln the county of Shelby and Stste or Tennessee, situated on St. Martin street, in the city of Memphis, and rrontiug36 feet on .t. Martin slreet, and run ning back cast to the bayou Tl feet, a more ciuupleie description of which is given ln a certain deed of trust exeouted by John L. Morgan to Thomas H. Logwood, dated Jan uary 1, 157. Also, a certain piece or parcel of land situated, lying and being in the county of Shelby, State of Tennessee, front ing luu ieek on TTIuui street, Memphis, Ten nessee, and running back 150 feel ln depth off of the sontnern part of six acres of bnd pur chased at chancery sle by Robert S. Smith, and transferred by said win ith to Samuel P. Walker, and btlng a portion ot th same laud vested ln Charles Jones by a decree of the Chancery Court of Memphis, rendered ln the case of Newton Ford, Adm'r of Thomas Mull, deceased, et al. vs. John S. Clayton et al., on the Mb day of April, 163, levied ot as the property of defendant, John c. Logan; to satisfy an execution ffi favor of . K. Robert son, surviving' Dartuer, etc., for IUJ.152 Hi, wflnlhierwHi and post of suit, JHCrMJ. W RlflHT. Uisrt ft ol Shelby cutinty. .f . E. Bitydom, Atf y for plaintiff. )yg M. L. MEACHAM & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS Awn COTTON FACTORS, No. 9 Union Street, Stonewall Block, : Memphis, Tenn. Jy WESTERN METHODIST, FORMERLY Memphis and Arkansas Christian Advocate. R. W. BLEW A CO Publisher. W. C. JOHNSON Editor. Southern Methodist Newspaper PRESENT WEEKLY SSUE EXCEEDS 6000 COPIES First-ciass Medium for Advertisers 0KE COPY, : : $ 2 56 PER ANNUM TEN COPieS, : : : 20 00 PER ANNUM W. C. J0HNSQN,7 : : Editor B.W. BLEW 4 CO , : Publishers SB fBFFBHBON ST., P'JS MEMPHIS. TENS'. rJi ROBERT W000 L CO., PHILADELPHIA ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS. GARUKeT and Cemetery Adornment. Cast, Wrought Iron and Wire Railing. Voon laluB,Vse,Veranda,aettea, Arbor, Chain, Sumn-er rrour, lion Stairs, spiral iha gnt. iu every variety oi t atte OW! n " nrftnprtr -Crt:Llu nlA. or i. ... .f i i il lug beiugHud situated Ijitlia county ofWcl iy and Mtate ofTeaneasee, with. a I lie foUow- tllg boanils. to-wit: Hmilnnina nr. T-i. trtreetatthsrmth-weat com. rof I . M. Wil iiamon s lot,iunniug theuce wehtwith north Hue or Jackson street. 362 teet to the south wut tnidi,eciiou of Lieoto street extended, a it li north tin? of Jackoutrt:thei,ee north sldotherwif tSKfeet to a staae; thence east pxnUlel with Jacaaon and Broadway streets .'tea teet to J. M. Williamson's west Uue. the xonthost corner of lot heretofore Hold to Tt.onin h ,-an..i i by said Poston; theace aoutli to the urviuuidg on miria siua oi .isckon trtt containing tl acre, more or lest,. Also, a certain tract or paict-l of land tilo- ated la the county of Snelby an(j s;Hti- of utaiwt-. iiii-ui z.k, wiie mioiii-v .; nt the city of Mtmphia, aud bounded as follows, via: Beginning at a Htake on Uie jorth line or side of Kerr Avenue, the sonh e-it co-ner of the jt acre tract sllotted to MurdockMo Milisn out of the John Ramsey ooou acre grant. Also, the south-east corner of tbe 13 acre tract allolti-U to Catharine McKar out of the said 5. acre tract of saW M. MeMJiJea, uu ui tue a, err .iveuo uu 1-0 Icettos sfi Iteuce northwardly and at right auiti. Kerr Avenue M M feet lo a stake r.u Mm Kerchevail s south boundary line; thence e&stwardly with the south boundary line of Mrs. rveri tievau a and parallel with Kerr Avenue (tl feet t)l Inches to a stake- thenc Btni'.uwaroiy a a n .. , .-i une aud at right i.UMlea to a make in Kerr iv.nn. 11,1 r.t thence wesiwaraly with the north line of Kerr Avenue jii leet to the beginning, compimlog In tne foregoing bounds two lots, one of one sere aud 91 hundredth, and the oxuer oi - iw oi au acre. TKBJisor 8aL.-On a credit of 7, IS and Hi tnon.hs from day of ale. Nut, r with -c. a- rtty laaten, oearing interesi trom date aad a Hen retained till the payment of purchase mouey. cttuny oi reuempttori Darree. ielM K. A. COLE, Clerk and Master - fine S ffu fret tc Sf-j Mill t side of BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. V w FIRST PREMIUM or a silvib at a da l BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE Bj U.r N H ftaM AfjfMNM 9mmK$, ttt Ml Ptir. boMnlai XMaktuL Boyc SO, 146, Ti BARHKTT8 Vegetable Hair Restorative St WM UM gnwtk of Um Bmix asm roM. M nor tnjmm ataaaat W n Pi .In aa la. caua uw aw toa. Y.rm- ma wa iai n.Mfm in. M X llaua. a. nu.rW-1 lairrtWau " TA ud a aw awu malar a . tr . -.-tw .-Mii. ih.-ici it a tt a ww. xnli I ag uiiaa A laif Prepantio surpasses all others of iai class k- a Hair Renener. ft isthereea-h is it action upon Grew or FaeVM Hair and iu eff-ct pernistiant. It produces but aw ditet Hwa, while othf rs leara the hair is many varieii colors. It promotes growtk when others fail to a. produce steal hair. It does not criap or airy th hair, bat leaves it moist ami kUsst, La.li.-s find it .upertcr to any otker J a Toilet Jr).tM. The .ngr?-iients qsed in this PrsparatUs are the very best that can be futiod, and ar a- harta ls as wssatr. LQaO SMITH, Proprietors, Cairaoo. Ills. SBft2 "., m v. ' r- straet fta-. tj Tenneai Tenneasee street beginning. Also, a certain piece of c d lug in ihs- sail' connty anU tat i rid be follows via: relnga part orthen'lot;?.rtle,l-a'' laid off into lots by ;. Zu.lJ (rataaxl Loony, Keel et al.. tying rrr,w- "Oerans, joiniiiR Uiecrty of M-mpi,,. Jl.' ud m.' be red upon said plot as Sn M aS it tl nDW a rollows: ssalntiin. ,'. .."a bonnd-i Third afreet t tFe corner of Third ' ot . reeu.. ineuce oorn with the wV tbenee with said all, aliej ; thence ...otlt wVb. si ' inches to an iocbet, to a stak thenr 'd alley "t fesetS S Inches to the beglnj." "eastwordiy ltsfset Alsevauothe.' lot ... 'Ji' ou l'hird street lying and beiuv , ,IfSfSTi.of nd, altuatt ing part of illnt'.. a. ,u, ennnty acdslute, be Urounds." . . L, vt ! aJ of the "A rain caldweu-,," No a ,2 t-hTrr? grouuds, beUinin , . Vhi .k "aJd rna street, a., ,utem5i , n""b lde of lour ai,ul.Jivit:,"P1rtei nd laid down it deed or conveyance rrompr,0t,vldedJor ln aid city to C w i k m the anthorlties o SSSSn "ffwVjS'L,n'1 recorded b '"tere?onWSIr.,2i JS Orleans dm.. ZTiIIi" !f"i "alu street wit aid point' hi nr,h."J T"00.8 map, tt ?o. a, l,id-dowu".n Vai,7 ISZ-ZH Jown ln said subdivision ax north line ol said CoqJt Slreet feet 2 beV ;''?-',1 alley, the udtn wiTh fd. Proved securl Zlr ,1, interest from date ?, JS,r P8' nnum, and a lien retalD unui tbe payment ot said purchasa memt k A. COLJC, Clerk aud Maste . iTiB ,ne Second Chancery Court bOelby ootinty. Tennessee. -Helen M Ma vs. Robert B. L. sjors. IT appearing from affidavit in this cat that the defendant, Kobert B Majors, i on-resident of the State of Tennessee that his residence is unknown-. K ia ther. fore ordered. That be matt appearance herein, at tho court-house in city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the Monday in .Septemoor. US70. and plead, swer or demur to complainant's bai, oi . same will be takes tor confessed as to and aet for hearing exparte; and that a i OT this order be publisued once a week .'our successive weeks, ln the Merunhl I Appeal. This July ia, loTU, l A copy attest: M. D. L. STEWART. Clerk and Ma By Uu- Mali. star, Doputy C. and M. T. W. Brown, sol, tor complainant. t every variety of nattern. lw and improved style of Hay Hacks, Matiaers, the rase of J.T. and J. J. Meacham SHERIFF'S SALE. an e: eib" Bigg: m, 1 fJY virtue of an execution to me d.jrejted Jp from the shelb" county Circuit conrt, In cc v o. vs. a. AaaeaeitHul win, on Saturday, the 13th August Next, Tn front of tbe CUeritrs oiHoe, in the Green law Opera Building, Second street, city of Memphis, within legal hours, proceed to sell, to li e highest bidder, for rash, the following dcacrlbcd real estate, to-wltt A certain tract of land lying and being In the county of Khelby, state of TeseiMo, bviiuded on the north hy fohn Neil! : on the south by tract of aa .d defendant, known' as the Paine tract; ou the east by tract ot defendant, known aa the Clark tract; and on tbe west by Moses Neely and N. f Harrison, eontaUilug, by es timation. ninely-fUe acres, levied on to sat buy said execution for (52 35, and (lu . costs of suit, with Interest, etc. MAJtCUU j. WRIGHT, JyT sheriff Shelby connty. Insolvent Notice. HA V I NTJ suggested tbe insolvency ol the es tate or George M, Gijl decuased, I hereby give notice tax all persona having claim's against said estate to appear before the County Court Clerk aad file toe tame, authenticated In the manner prescribed by law, on or be fore the 2Sm day of December, 1870; and any claim not filed on or before saki day. cr before an appropriation ol Llui inn OS of said estate is made shall be forever barred, both in law and equity. B. TATK, Adm'r Estate of Geo. M. QUI, dee'd. Memphis, Jun jjg, 1870, lei BtrRignt. lu Stable Fixtures, Stall Pi visions, etc. Patent Wutat Work. Raiiiiaaw Front. Door and Window Up a Mi Fencing, etc r Farm xtsto Work. Having fitted up our Foundry with spechv' referemoe to the above class of work, we ar now prepared to nil, with prompts, a' order for Bronse Castings of Statuary, cola sal. heroic and life else. OityAMKSTAL Iko.n Uoons. The largest as sortment to be found in tbe United States, all of which are executed with the express view of pleasing the taste, while they combine all the requisite ot beauty and substantial con struction Purchasers may rely on having all articles carefully boxed and shipped lo the place of destination. Designs will be sent to those who wish to make a aolc.lnsu aplO Soutlaerrt HOOP-SKIRT MANUFACTORY, No. 198 1-2 MAIN STREET, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. I RECOMMEND LADIES: Three leof my Jolntless-Eiastlo-Invlaibl Walking; Skirt, the only Skirt adaptable for the present walking dres ; manufactured and told trail ln tbe manufactory. A Mo, tbe following GancniB Fkisch Coasars, sis from 14-36: Robt. Werley's Durable Plata Corset, Ad. L'Olsean'a Elegant Erubroldared Corset, aud Mme. Dupout'a Beautiful Short Corset. The Dbmorx-st Baxaar Pbotbctob, I guar an tee beat quality, both In akin and corset am? uoxjvujluqo. O. O. WARD cfc vVholesale Agents, Memphis, ir For sale by all retail dJOmataata. jaJl daw eod NOTICE. LETTERS testamentary haying been granted .1. J. Bailey and N. W. i-mltk on the esaato o Dr. A. Rowlett, cle ceased, all peisoaa knowing themselves indebted ts the estate ar reouewted to make payment to me at once ; and all person hav ing claims against the estate are requested to present them, properly authenticated, to me, within the time prescribed by law or they will be lavrred. N. W. SMITH, Jnly 13, IsTO. UytT CeBterrUle, Tena HITE CORWMyE JOB PRINTERS, 14 Ufltoa St, Appeal Building. W We take pleasror ln stating to onr pa tron that we have removed our Job Prlntln aataabUahmeat to No. It Union street, Appea Building, where we hope to see our old tomer and as many new one as will exam la oar work and prices- We are now pre pared to do AXJ. krad of Printing and Bind Ing on the moat reasonable term. Our stock o( Carta, MUineaoa ana laam j-a- pen ig complete, uar mm CHANCERY SALE. ON M0NF JULY 25TH, 1870. No. S9T7, a R. D.-eJocond Chancerv C s,Yhj onnty, Hugh L. Brinkley H. UUsaon By virtue ol aa interlocutory decree in this oauae. 1 will aaas at nnhii. tlonto the highest bidder, ln rront l lerk ana Master offlca of the second ery Court, ol Shelby county, tn the Memphis, Tennessee, ou Konday, July 25th, 1870 Within learal hour, tbe following d real estate, to-wit : situated, lying ar In Shelby connty, Tenneasee, and ia oi atempots, on tbe west side of street, and being a part of lot Sao, th niag corner commencing at a poin Joba Cubbin' north line. Inters ecu Hue of Second street; thence nort with tbe west line of Second street feelt, three hundred aud ninety-fourr tenths feet, to a atake; th nee west parallel with John Cnvblns' nor ,:S one hundred and forty -elgh half feet; thence south three hun ninety-four and four-tenths feet Cubbies' north line; thence east bins' north line to the begin r.ing. Tx rms or Saul Upon a credit of purchaser executing a note with security, bearing interest from dt lien retained until payment of the money. Kquity of redemption bar Thia.J tineS, W7u. M. D. L. bTEWART. Clerk and Hume A Poston. Sola, for t oraplall u r o t a for Divorce In the First Circuit Court of Shelb; Mary Ttaaiian vs. John Dean r! appearing from affidavit ln that the defendant, John Degnft redden t of the Slate of Tennessee It I therefore ordered. That h appearance herein, at the courts city of Memphis, Tenn., on the day in September. 170, and plead demur to complainant bill, or th be taken for eon teased aa to htm, bearing ex parte: and that a cop Jar be published once a week, : eeaaive weeks, lu the Memphis A Dob at office, this Id day of Jul FRANK TA By B. t. Couxaj. Deputy Clei Randolph, Hammond A Jords for complainant. I- y rd e r a la ia a Dr ill 3r IIOOO H-OXrlT r. For any ease of Bhnd, BlmaH PXJBtnat DaBISe's Pil RJI cure. It ha cured cae of M ye Try It, and get rid of the most fllTrrrr fie has hetr to. Sold by asm everywhere "joaiofiic iiraarr-la3 Frank! to -aa 'at e3' JJa aBS-K-Jf tm