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FINANCE AND TRADE.
THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL- MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 1870 OrrmmrK Daftr Appeal, ) Mtxroii August 27, 1870, J THE ADVANCE IS WESTERN IRKIUHTB. Tue Sit York BaicV, of the 21 fast. says: The tripartite sllisnce between the Ni York tent) nl, ibe Kris and '.be Pennsylvania Ontral railr-tarts -:: in compliance with the teruia of the tmlv of peaoe lately concluded between IhD maiiAgera or these presumaniy rival corporations, iias already reunited in a general advance of freights between this city and the wast, and also westward lroin Boston. Tue rales agreed upon nr. 2th -v pi-nii ji tTHtttovjroead the an iuu.er rites for firel class freijfbts fWl -tobo hundred per cent. The following is a liat of the rate on first-class freights to tne Went i w ui ieraetQ UhmA New York lo Ter Cwt. ''.-.-. and - ..... f 63 Columbus ,7, CTrrcinnau ". !ut Indianapolis Evansvilie i in Louisville, Ky., 1 J2 i. Uuis- - J m Qwliirr. III..... :,. i Hi !M. Joseph, My., 1 7 Chicago, IT! J tn The follow Lag are the rales bj s.u-su. bv way of the rake: To Detroit, Olevelaud and Toledo $ '-'; To Chicago and Milwaukee 71 The Quttii.g of competing rates I or the Lranrpjrtatiou ol cattle, sheep and hogs betweeu the western and eastern markets, which for tue past two months has been merely nominal at $1 per car load, has boon advaiitaal to 1 1 hi, with the probat-ui. ': a lurlher advance bofore the tirst of i kiober. liej oud the moderate advsuoe reported last mvk, no tnereaM in paauiL-Uijxc rata has been aunoaac ad, but the .er-eti t;n lot pat e an advance la IheprioBOl Hckeurto ITiirago, St. Louis and Cinclnuati in few days, asBrrwnge-utt-n are making for a gcuoral advance ia passenger rate, li the managers of the three roads oaa agree and it la prolt aMe they will the will make arrar.g-'-lueuts ior the division of business be tween tiiem ai such a way as to nr i lie great r pari ol the live stock met heavy tmight to t he Krie. and the bulk of li. !!.. a pitseBawr trad and iwhl Iratgh: to the New Yort Central and Pennsyl vania Central 'J'tieaa arrangeuienls, in cludtng the tarfll of ratea ata.ve given, are doubtless vary satisfactory to the pur; ie tulereated in Uia allied roads, but travelers and shipper of tnarehaadise will have to content Uiemaalvea with the redaction that now, more titan ever be fore, they and their iuteraata are at the mercy of the monopolists eoatmlKng the through routes ol transportation an 1 travel between the weal and the sea board. , THE RRAZf LLIAN iKiFFKB MARKET. Joseph M. H'rigiii A CV., of the yity of Rio do Janeiro, in their market ne : : the9..h 0! l.i y, have Uia feiiow lag upon ooffee: While falling i'our fctwusion to tlie n.-mjauyittg table, shoving the export of ooffee from this port aasl San tos for the past three years, the uerasion mav be ti.img also to invite smnlai!i. your attention to the yery iciousjtysteui upon which tbe cotfee trade is here n d acini, and to make such suggestions as may unable you to guard pc. arse Ives against u. The planters, pr the most part, send their coffee to factors, uj whom it ia aold to packers and by these to the exporters. lit' reason of a very redundant cu.ren. y the redundancy of which is not trnly represented bv Its relation to told or the course ol exchange and of an intense rivalry among the patters for the piewu ol Uie cullee. w hich onoe in thPir posscvslen is held until the (atienoeol me eKpucMtr is exuau&ied and high prices snumittc-l lo our planters obtain and Uu exporters .are made to pay, when obliged to act, msjuently (ten to tifteeu per cent, more than is jualuSed by ottaer the geBeral positiuoa of the articleor the not atious from the consum ing markets. To otxioct this evil . w e Would suggest to you lo give in your orders eittier positive limits or enure dis cretion to your sgeula, and, Under no circumsiaiics to give positive orders without limits. Since our last circular advtaas tue .-upply ut' coffee from the in terior ha.- soai -wliat increased, but U stin moderata, being now estimated at :K' bags per day. The laesiptB so far present vary MttWareul eloction, c m -taming I at s. very nt.iaU j.ropart i. a 01 line gissls, hr-is an9 tfie h!gi;er grades, i hit winter has bqep oue of unuaua! seventy, aud allowing tar the usual exaggeration iaBAB cases. w stdl fata- that the dam age from frost to the young plantations in many parM of the cofiee region has leen serious, aud may exorcise an appre dsUetatinaa' e upon the erop lor some years. WstMn tint past fortnifhi tic re has been an increased demand both far the I'uited itcs and iuxopa, which has brought the sales of the month under rs view.iip to 17v,(Nai bags, of which a j.(st. bags 'for the I'uited Nuttos, 7.(W0 fo the Channel and North of Kurope. T" ma) ior the Mfrd;ranen and lo ink) for other parts and this has given aoaeck to tals us .ib up Um.1. u.y of pri- es. Our at ocx is eat misted to be mj,0i bags. We make our quotations lo correspond with the present rendition of the market. We ouoie: Kinoa. rasr.6T(" Reg. Kf.. Xi'-:t isuperiors otlub-UOA' . Ord lsl JUj - .jlXH. on sp. 'i :nn bales: .intmcta 1X80 bales. August, lislll'.c; September, ITTPJTOo tobar, 1GJ4C : NOTBrnbar. 11534c ; ljecejuber. USc. jaBtarraaasaara t ni.-jOottOB doll and unchsnged. Sa.es lux spinning, -AUU balsa; apacuitaiou .to bales; contracts, 2000 bales : August. m'- "-'"-' COTTON IK UVKEPOOL. Amrust 27. 11 a m Cotton dull. Vplands, U;a(3i9d; Orleans, !' tf i".d. 1 a p.'u. Cotton dull. HnUm, 7otJ bales for axport and luuO bales wars for spec ulatiou. I ' pi ands, Si. Orleans, tijud. OOTTOW STATKMENT. H AX11BK Of OOH MaBBBJL I ' Meson... August 27, 1S7B. 5 Stock, Sept. 1, 1800 W Hee d sinoe loot at ateaienl- 149 Kecehea previously 20,0il-2i0,lt M0.2B Shipped since last sta'm'nt. WR " t Shipped previously 2S6,w; -2SU,:Ce Stock at qoou this day IMPORTS. aleroishis aixi Cliarleslou R. R.. ........ id Mississippi snd Tennessee R. R 14 Steamers , Bl Wagons, estimated f s MetnprKs snd 01sin-"R. R 307 Memphis snd Charleston R. R B SieMiiiers north 31 BW 10BK WEKKIT COrTON s'! rsME N 1 AMI sTATK.l4t.ST OR A 1.1. UNITEll sT ! I III BTS, Ke, ilata at t oisport for the week .. ?,3ul Receipts this port since Sept. 1st.. 751,480 Kxvorts this port since Sept. 1st... 43!S,07o Stock on band at this port lh,000 Keccipts st all porta for the week.. ,0ou Unceujia all ports sinus Sept. 1 .2,ebe,500 Ki ports Troni all ports Tor Week.. 2.7fi7 lia ports all uortssim-e Sent. lsl...2Jlii Hv.' - k BtaU ports to date ) l.j.r:s for the week from New i ik in L'tvi ris o! Kports for the week from I'uited Stat as t o Lrrerpool fcxports for the week from I in ted States to Continent 1.277 :,oou 2,o4 TRAUK. Business was not active to-dav as it uaiialK .s on S iuudiiv, tliougu the pack- Stmo Looic for ilto Stok.Tht lavalifl has often JPfak reason to eaplalin, " delivr me from my frlanaT. Jtsa general thiua, each of taamwill hss aaOrfTerrnt mediclno to praise, snd if he follows sli their prescrip tions In turn, their well-meant advice may le the death ol hlin. To only siuaitile ,iurse in any case vf KJrVnesii Is :-)?. . -!'. osoBsptry toasBSntilr whiaa has stood tue teat of a long and wtoary-estendaS p bite exper i e acq, aud obtained on Solid and snfti. ent grounds the repsUaUaan of a Standard Beraw xuia rant among trie restoratives o: belaatas of right, and aeyonA ail dfc- Hustelter'a HtoBBFh OUBuis. let who are tsktnl( st this nVnifflatiDii season as as lnvlioraut answer for fhem sehres SB to Its toair properties. Cau aay dyspeptic who tins ever used It. tiestmn Its superiority as a atorBoohic eyr eM-ry other medicine? Can say person of bilious habit, who aaa ever taken it for bver ruiupla nt, loohl its eftlclency? It Is hellcvot unions tons ot thousands who are now nslnt;, tit heretofore used 11 a an alleratlva end oorrectlve, wot one can he found who wooy'd exchange It for any olber preparavlon fn th' asown world. For Intermittent fevs, ur- vous debility, eonstlpstlon. sick nomad . and all compiainM ansiug from iudi-stioti or nnpovertahment of lhebl3od.it Is the only article whiefe can be eoosateuliously guaran teed, and no one who is thoroughly ni ed with its virtues will allow iuUfiested aal erc tn worthless alops, on which they muk a lartrer profit, to furaPm them in the place ol the great vegetable restorative. Saicbttor's Hair Dye. This splendid I lair Dye ia the best in tne world; tneonly true and perfect Dye. Harmless Kellab! instantaneous No disappointment fso ri dlculoos tint "lM-t not emitto jAWi nor oitt I ittilic i-tiuon bj m,ur th Hmr r uuuem Invigorates the Hslr and leaves It soft ho d Is-antUul; Blank or Hrown. fluid hy all drag Kisls; appJieo at is uou . street. Be w ori ALLCOCk S POROUS PLASTERS. fltea by ate p Una eomuiodn v nus attained :.ch uupnmienu-o iaroo. i :iey are oniver. ssiiy Approved, mey support, siren.' u and alu tne growth of musclea. They sppes lo have a peculiar effect Boon the nerv s u . laying irritability, while eosHdyli.g wamitlu They seeua to accQmalate sleetrHuty, and aid the idreuiaiion of the blood tbrouali the parr where sopited, by vbUu healthy notions si c luunesu. veu in paralysis, where an ;n .ation wss upended, the use or the Porous piaster t ai'ln-uiaUou, and ins- i lie l! SEPTENNIAL INSTITUTE. 33X1.. XHTSSMEjIjni SEPTEHNI' hd MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 42 North Court St., Memphis, T THE UTISI MP ROVED LEVER POWER cnaairr a at sH .Wi i aw lawavi'T aft at aaaan' i iq eta sdi rla i" .jAoTAnae sospended, the nse the BBBBB restored th lerlally reaoeed tlie pal sly sis. li, patient could help herseil, while b i I'oroBK i'laster i a bnby. tocrtnuflelii. Sola ly drnrtists Hodic New York. as aui'lled s:n was as ucll1- w e refer BWBUBfBBBByBBBBOX Agency, Brsmlretli RAILROADS. LOUISVILLE ROUTE AND EAST ! FALL SCHEDULE. TAKES EFFECT SEPT. 12,1870. ally is on Saturday, tbougli the pack departed with fair trips of merchan dise and people. The demands forplanta Uon supplies generally light, though bagging and tics are going to Us interior in quantities. The cotton picking season has alreaAv cenitnenreti In many sec tions south of us.jHnd by Monday next, the hands will commence lo gather tike crop l: .11. the low lands along the Mis sissippi and Its tributaries. For some weeks therefore we may took ior but few planters in oar city, though orders for goods will rapidly increase. Ant ami Bkeb, .Hands' Ale, f 10 M per half-barrel, porter. U. Lager, per keg, $5 25. Ale, per dozen, i'-Uj." 25 for quarts; I ...... l..,W.r .In ........ ...n.. s XOaaBj1 Scotch Ale, in pints, 2 b0 per NORTH u r.eii. Btnunfmi' Matcbjals. Rosendaie ce ment, f l(.-tl 50 ; Liouisville cetuont, 2 75 U". Cape lime SI 85i,ti2: Ohio fiver. f. 50; It tea, $175; Alabtma, fl n0. Plaster hair, $2 7o per bale. Fire bricks u 00. lu a . fi j Ri'TTKK Dull, stock fair. Choice, 25(a) 27c; tiood, 20&2:ic; Common, nominal. flit. . n AJiu Xius Heavy Bagging, WJS2c, with good demand. Ties, G'ij 7c Bba.nb Dull at SI 502 50 per bushel for while mixed and navy. BROOKS) A'D Kko. v. okn Brooms are sloady" at ' per doz. Bnioiucorn in nominal at 100&1'J5 per ton. UiKMitii.-Duil. Kilntliied ou levee. S4 50 in lots; delivered, St 00. In a small way from at o re S4 ToMMj A M Mtt Chkkse Hull and PTtccs iroininal. O n i k Mead . . Common lo chot. Rio. 2aS4c Cotton Yarns No. 400, 20i21c; 500, 17(10c; Wkl, io.17; 7Mk ' fgl -. p - OoTToBnaan akh Motko Cottonseed, on levee, S1'2, or f 1- 69 delivared at mills, buyer furnishing lacks. Motes, l4c per pound. Canned Goons The market is dull and inactive. Condensed milk, $H i(a 14 50 per case. Cove oysters, 1 lb, (1 u(3i per doz. 2 lbs, & S5(-j. 1 'caches, $2 JOioi J 75. J 'ears, S "afc Toutatoeo, 1 45(ajl .). Cherries. SSfii ir lineapples Sft H l ;.9u 00. Brand v c.. ri o-s, pi i. 50. ,ts, :fu-..pios, 'azZmaiM. Tomato Memphis and Raleigh Railroad catsnp. fl!a- .: reppersaui?e,f i x.. u:a vk I Memphis.. ....4.UAi ....ISJOp.m. n.nt p.m. .Utl'i c.ni. .. Km; am. akuivk AT St. Ils Waahvllie liSllVliib... Cincinnati. Itulinnaixais . 40 a.m. Cleveland .lUBp.B. nunaio Niagara Falla Itstiurg .. aore Vnshln?tonClty. :iaoeinniB New for... L1& p.m. TIM K. it. M :-t.-. i . 17,: 4.15 a.m. 1AM uto a.m. 17.lt' l.imnoon LI.' 10.25 n.ni. 4.10 am. 7.00 a.in. 1L5U p.ui. .lUp.m, S.40pia. liT.in. w n.ni :.4U o. S4.3B 48.40 b0.il) 4t SI 4S. K) . .lti.40 n.ui .. 7.00 a.m. ".to p.m. , .tWam. .. I.UOp.m. .. a.in. ..12-lMJ nrsm Trie train leavinz Mcmnhlsat 1 :io v. m. runs daily. The 4:0U aju.traia does nut run on .Sunday. Itolh trains run tlirougu to Louis vllle without change. Elegaul aleepln; cam ruu l!i rough on the 1 35 p.m. trs. n from Mem phis to Louisville, connecting at LaiuL-ivtle with throngli carstol'hiiaiSeJphia.Ctevelaod, Buffalo and New Tork, without change, dnly' one rhaifke from IxraisvlHc to Raltlmora, Woahtugtoii City aud liuaton. liertlis and st.ateTisms, in Ihronrh cars, iwn-be ent:aat d at the Tlcael Ufflc. Main Jam slroet. J. F. BUI 1), tiBoeruii.endent. Ttnket Aeent. au-7 Selling at 4.cd lit StTl0-&t.HAI I lairaaVVkal m&flp a - ' J m- " iStrl Bgs. XaV But. For tks r. 8.. 1-jd Finos anil Superiors, -! jaa-vsssist. J O.MMl 1st 'iBbutl I Id Ik lid KorN. Kniope S4d Raoa and Superiors l-3d Uood Ut j4200 Brs 4d yrlme got si 1st cargoes... tysoo low do. do. . tiood cli'l iio ..Ifjtn Fair do. do i- ixiw io. do... i7a Tea fee r v. e u i:j:ri - 4Ss 4d .. 4s M . . 4a 5d 41s 4d ei Al.l .. Our Santos advices are to the 20th inst and rejsirt sales ior Uio uiTBtliwp to thai tla'.e oi :.-.0ti baa, of wiiiflh about 11, 000 bags wese tor toe Duttotl States at a decline of 'si fo i si rs. .r arroba n the former priaes. Kweijrts from theiu'erior were si ill averaging 7(i to sou bags par day, and tboatoek was .12 Otai bags. Stie rior were quoted jvS1" '4'J"1- FTKAWCK. The retrular routine of t hocking and de positing was about ail that was dons tar dsy in the money market. The deposit ing however, waa tight, aaal will continue so until new cotton comes in froeJy.whicb will not be for some two or three weeks to come. Exchange is'in demand, with little u. aging, and rates are firm at par buying, checking at :4 preuuuui. Tlde ui.inii for money Is active and our banks are discounting' little, tbougli t hoi r favors are few aad far between. We Iconld learn or no transactions in stocks or bonds. There is some inquiry for city bonds at tofo.ts.Xc, but none upon the market. City scrip is steady at Cl&tiic buying, selling at 63cotM . Couuty warntiiu are in demand at iv v-4 selling at . .nUs-. TaunsaisMJ utouoy is quiet at 71fe"4 bnving and solUac tiold offers slow ly. The New Tork market was quU. steady to-day, and dealers here bought at 1 1 Va. 1 1 '- for ahlpment. There is no ..-a. demaud. xvernments dosed in JfeW - Tork aurady as follows: RonJ' Of 1M 114', fi-lai Bonds of Iiaa 112( w agons at ! pes, 7(.iiyc. Bomiaal. . to note io vv ouote: XX, SO 5C Koo Prices aro irregular zi to 24c, as to condition. Fiii'iT t. roan apples aro scaroo with light demand. Sailing from M(u,l n bbl. m-asnre. tiri leaiies and pears, scare y and Kt.ot R Wo have no change (pilots. Ibe demand lslnhl. -.slier, so aotoK iU; jv.soiaiii d,7;X.X aud Fancy. S7w.s 5o, Fust. The demand is Very -lfKhf aud prices are tin. banged. We jiiotesUorn on levee at s4Kst'H5c from first hands! Oats sre quiet at 50c Bran, S1K Hay, f .'. . as to quality. Orders are rilled ai higher rates. Cotton seed Meal, ?22(a24 per ton. Four sSardines, J&;'Jb&: for quarters; Wri-AOe fhr halves. White nsh, . 50 per half bbl. Roe Herring, per half bbl., Sbg ;rsrsiiBs (Jood Ha 1 seconds 1- vo 15c and .met. Hidrs, Ft' its ami Tallow Hides and Furs are steady. Dry Flint, Ibe: Dry Salt, Uo; tireen, 6o; tiroon Salt, 7ia,75ic Tallow, '.ic. lieer Skins, l."Cu,lte; Beaver. . lsi.-fii.t1 511 each. Otter tl ilim.4 00 Hash' . a u. . 1 j-. . ......... mini.. w .at;; -oa, .s tn, A7tsV'Ss;, IjKAsra mi Heinloftk soie. 33fo.:i&c; Oak 80:0, 42(cyloc: Sa.idle, 4tH4:iu; liri dlee, S4s,j0u per uozeu : I 'ppers, 40 -rss : Calhtkins, French, S4570c; American do.. ..Va J. Livk SrrsK Prices are nnrhanged. Ho. 1 oorn-fed Itaeves.tKgsiXt': grass-fe.1, tfea';..'; No. 1 Texs . S40645 per be ad : So. 27125.0.35: No. 3, $lf438. Mil Cows, t--.y No. I Sheep, i-i in.u. i oo ami dull. WouAKsKs Moderate demaud ai 4Cs Dc -Nails Fair demand at fl 501 60 rales. Naval Htorks Tsr, in kegs, f5 2& 5 75 ior Pino; in 40 gallon bws, SStylO; Pitch, S6 per bbl ; Oakum, So OUSso' 00 per YJ-OTrCE Is hereby given that there will be In a meeting ol the KioeYholdprs of tlie Men. 1 in.- audltalcigh Sonus it-.. . i ..... : Coin j tut . a: their office. No. 7 Madlseu stt-eet, Memphis, Tenu., on THURSDAY, Hcptemlfer L1.S70, for the pnrpoae of eflectiug a perma nent organization by electlug a freaidetit. Secretary, Tressnrer anl Dlrecfors, In ac cordance with the provlsionaof their charier. ivF! I !.. Wit. H AKDriK, A. p. cuaui", J. M.CXJLKMAN, WM. WAlaLACK, Committee. Memphis, Angnst 30. PCP. " -i bo21 HAIR RESTORATIVES. 'HIS Instllutlon, IncorpOTSted by the btate of Tennessee, is a Issaiirrd Asso ciation of HeleiitlncPtiTsietanB anrt surgeons iiev. s.-ti io i ue irssimeutoi rmlleii s. nun "a- alructlons In toe (aeory and practloe of tHaisJ K trT1;sH .W 3 isosktO BH 1 klaS ! CHEMICAL SYSTEM OF MEDICINE It Is divided Info lite fnllowine departments FKSALI liSI.AXTBBCBT. Ill tills dt paitmCS t every cornplaint known lo womaii Is treated with unvarying snoceas. i o. i u !:i.i.iinnc.f Cancers and tnmoni are usm enrea iu ninety-eigni cases out oi ovsrv hundred. liBVAJerMaarreK HbartUisbasks. lntlds deparuueut tills Iorislial!e tiusMuie Is treated mm lie most aratiijiug resu-ls. UipairraEST roe. fsi.v uisxasks Every form of skin diseases permanently cured nere. w - I' NKI MI1ION ANUl'ATAKBfl DKFABTMBKT. The pr lessors In thisdenaruneiiL have made many Important discoveries In the treatment oi inrlir. i rtroitt snil nose dlseiiSes. Evs ami Kak 1btaktbbt. The eye and aar mot: tonderly and triumphantly treated. t . i-1 ..i.s : a i. ! ni t m Jo.M la.-voted to the exclusive treatment or a class of mala dies, nameless here, by an able professorship. SmrrrtCAi, Dbhaktbsst We dailv rx-rlorm the most Important operations known to su leary. sM ullsll I i 1 All affairs of a private character held sa credly confidential, oar-1 );Hce hours from 8 o'elork in the mora. ins till u . .'clock In the evening. Open svery auuuay torenoou, irom e a.m. ui u ru. J. U. I . i t. l.l. MIL. Consulting Physician, J. C. Watin, Secretary. I.. If. tVAl. .t s . Tres-oirer. dws 1v7 WATCHES ANO JEWELRY. -ili; 'J. . , l Fine Gold Watches AND CHAINS. TTlT S('l 2W F. D. BARNUM & CO. Old firm Psoley, Banna 4. Co., 265 MAIN STREET, COR. COURT. .SXSt aJH,af fi MStH j una rag ,s ,ioorfs aiatyesM a vf ' i-t'-lil UJJH ; wcg art-; ' W.' fHH bbbbbB ; I- s; BSHS - 1 ., : IilJIjasfSBjiTssiaj.igj i. SBBBBBW 1 "S ' T BBBBBtT HBrOBc effJSa wIBHbV 9ENtT i, ! Ilfc IflBBBW BaVr WK7 -'trtO'JS A(jl.i 'MwH 4s I 1L B hiBBBWTSlI id sV W jTiBoBBBBT I S f i i 1 sMLsa MC5&Sf0m& BMTBTiia i .B,BBaBI I : . UjjWC-5- BBB bpMsbsBbsSsSbbb9BH I ' ? f&Sfj0lE3wtSk s j. t 3jB3BMSB&&1 "SSsBmBB K&mmrTi!'' ' COTTOH PRESS LEGAL HIITTCES. TRUSTEE SAsA ITsTBiisiiinsa s rstfaaeevrl fl"1 otvyiW?mada to r- s IN purstJIncV ay .4. It. leKi'ifi Boaai Rfglster'a ofBce or "h'1 oafiti I Mora a.r t. recorder! insame offlce In record sown .o.Ii.i aww JW.stsMidaj,o. u tisy of Awii. Bsr. ami f.si & pur 4). s ii tur-ineti. i win, iu iu latwrt o- est;' lett,on ateBMsBlrtsI Sud . raloisd.ou -.s rfl- Between tlie 'inerre nf Iu a t. anrta ptaa,o. . to tlie iii!i est Uiucer, i"nt " , ...i t.'mii iinel.audredaird 1 fYu,.t .i.w-k in tits MamnhlS a road Company, as eTTCtcii-x-c sates el stock -one uufabertd r. daMaA.M4unphut,llthtlay-of Ar a tasBMS and I u otner thootb day ol JuBf . icbbiocw a in folios-. bk dsotrlossl seal e-i-..-'.mil mat ef land, siiaaie in sthrttiy and -Hate v T. sBasssa.. er. Iu raasn 7, ana asstton i stifl or inn. iso. jtu w WUSoa B seres, find diarrlhed SB follows at tk btaittaiu corner of ssiduraul, it n ..... u. . .tai.lA Ui r -ilD.DUn' ' tv st corner; itteure tsvi. w.ti - . . - n naeiies Wolf river JP lw mid-::.- f channel th r.sf, se.l souiti m Uu ctnUx Uasvwi4 II makoa the la.t Ib- ro wbk tm m- swan on . in nws o . 'j fcwlh 1ottsssaM4 line of said s. and er7 TO tne oersm ns :aat4S-aiaa e call aad daactaJustao '.o.La.'.e.. lii sa: . gran', and . .-utliant y oarveyooi hi red aud tiiirn . n acres The title l Hie ats.v e property kr bs e- . to tie good. 1 eouvey ourjr as ir ii... THE LATE IMPROVEMENT MADE ON THIS PRESS i5y Mr. rWaEY, t ho rateuttit-, makes It a complete snceess. We call particular i0n to Ws iarlarty : IT CONTROLS POWER OBTAINED BY AN IRRESISTIBLE LEVERAGE ! To all wnntlna; a Cotton Tress, we only ask for a oJiauce to demonstrate what ii- will do. . Competition is respectfully solicited from other Presses, as to Sfeei Efficiency, Durability. Economy and General Amouni ot aansTauiory nuin at Mo. West Court street, where we a onlti reepcftiuily recoaimend you ui call before decnlinK upo" rreas jou w ill bo Price, $210 Complete - Cash or City Acceptance. E. W. LONG & BROTHER. Na. 6 WEST COURT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. FIRST PREMIUM GEORGIA STATE FAIR. Schofield's Patent Cotton Press ! LEGAL NOTICES. s r;j H'lil oisanrtsiHiM New & Rich Jewelry jy'J. iUw ii LEGAL NOTICES. L New Discovery ! ! Phaloi VIT I A OR, Salv. CLEAR WIT i for the HaiT. ATER! SEDiMhSY ! 1 Ba . Ol'ENU'HE Li'.illTll! (,-M t -.Ul.' ...JU'.iS .-.Hi i .. JU r ...JM hi .. ,im6 ...MV'i low 186 IS., MS. - o-) wr - .... G-Ul " W " 10-40 Bonds Paoiiic 8lxos Railroad and Kx press shares closed regular, with Uain business doing: nantms . Western I nion TelegTapb Oo tnicksilvwr facilic Mail Adams KxpresBi Wells, Farico it Co.'s Express American Express United Stales Express iew York Central New York Central Scrip .: Nrie Reading V Michujran Central - Jls Miebis.tB Sonthe-rn MX Illinois Central Cleveland and Pit tabu r)f JWJ. Cbicsiro and Northwestern SIX Oui.amo and Nortuwostern rre1snd bh Koeklsland . . ... Jia. tr- 83 K 37'. CA'A IVA 4 T HUH 22 ot. r-sui - - St. Paul preferred A. BW VKHt 11 A N K NTATKMKRT. ! II lyiana dwreaweil j pli- 'H rjpavie UiH-rtastsl l,SI.HtS Jieposfts decre.t-i-.l . :iio,4l8 iegal tenilent dfi-reaseil l;;H;,f7a Circulfctiim im isased o5,339 COTTuX. Tha inquiry, to-day, was liKl,t and salsa were about as small as those of way day thfs soon n. Holdars ana, as a goners! thing,.TOry willing to sett, and wiU ooo oede sometbinK in order to do so, but buyers are scarce ami orders few. A few bales of MlddltBBH wo taken at 8X JSS", and Liw Miidliugs wure picked up at 17, The larjrer por lm of ths stock on hand is on tbe market and st the close prion were Irregular. cotton m aarw tobk. New: Yoas, August .7, lt.r. a. in. Cotton dull aud uncbstiKWd. Oriliuary, 14. . ...! Oi.linarj- ., Lain Mid dlings, lse; llBlands, Mrf,c; Uood Mid dlings, HI u : Mobile, a-: Orleojss, SuVC- 12 m. Cotton dnll and'tmchangod. Cob toasts quiet but firm; for August deliv ery, lUc; SepteuibT, lTc, and i ictobsr at WAc Ordinary, 14c; Oood Ordinary, lujlcj tow Mitldlioga, Xc; Uplands, l9Hc; Oood Middlings, ilc; MobUe,20c; Orleans, JUHc. I ;1 p.ui, Cwlkiu quiet but tnu, bales Oils Coal, 30ri31e: lanseed raw, 1 1 fill 25; do. boiled, II 40.0. 1 4S: Lard, 1 40 (al &0; Imbricating Coal Uik :4oylK; Train Oil, fl 26fel SO: Crude Cottonseed (nl. .U&ojc. Pot'iTBT The supple is light. Young Chickens, JS 905; old, f( 5ofs. I'liOMH K fotatous are scan at per tioi ltetfte iroiii uaiions. t inioiis sre HOI so sbundant, but pru-eaare weak at S2 SUj, f.i pernoi. I'bovisiohs Ther was no change reportea in priotsj to-uay. s e quote from store as toiiown : t;lear lia- con Hide at l'.l'JjsjC; Claar Hi 1- .( '8?.c; Rib, 17MlS'Ci bboaldtrs, 15,S,J 16c Lard in kegs, ptai'.'.'ie; Uerose, is iai8)c: S. C. Uaius, 23(5,2i:;.c: Break fast Bacon. lrKgauc; Meas Pork, fBotJol 60; Mem Bof, hi 50&17. Hcoar ljouisisua, lKxl.'-- . ss to qual ity: yellow dantiea, toi.a,!:. 7c; Wlnte tlo. lHTie: crushed and powdered, 15( Ms: ooawe A. 14Mte.se; H, 14u.l4sjc; ex tra C, i:4',iail4c; Uamarara. M'fcluc, Halt 25-pound barrels, f3ii2 45; dairy, 3 2S3 50. : I mm k; it.-liighwiiibs, KXaV : proof I sptnta, Si Mtal la; rsoUCetl whisky. KBtawie, STARrif bH&Xe per lb. Soap Mottled, 9fcg.Wc; yl1ow,7K Site: dOtiimoD. bftsiu. Candles. UKtv24c. Tobaoi . Prime natural leaf, light pressed, 7uoal W: hne fancy Va, 90cf4fl ; fine brieht pounds. sko,huc; medium briirht txinncbi. 70(ill0c: oomtnon bright. pounds. 62aii0c; medium bright half pounds, suinu. 6as,7o--; tin. .king, tine snd fancv, uxsoc: medium and common, ViKBOAB Common and l'ickllng. ICS, 30. S t 1 HITE $c CORWINE JOB PRINTERS, 14 Union St, Appsal Building. , MT We take pleasure In stating to onr pa- tmnathat we have removed our Job rrlntin Establishment to -V i Vulim street, Appss Hulldiug, Where we hope to si-., -or eM loosen and as -man r new ones as will am ine oar work and prices. w are now pr pared to iio all kinds of Printing andilind tug oo the most raasonalils terms. Our stock of Cards. Blllht-ada and Cap Pa par. is oomnlsw. For Restoring to Graflair its Original Colo Phalon's "ViTAUjuifTers ut terly frorfi all ttasTiair coloring preparationsieretofore used. It is liarrpid, sweet smelling, tates no muddy or slimy Requires noshakinp,im- no stain to the skin. Hold light and it is clear and ess. it leaves no mark: on ct it reproduces in gray hairTAW; natural color tnat time or siclCiTafi may have bleached out of na it t clo1 the tThalon's VitaTu is for one sole purpose, Jnat of reproducine.with abstilute cer tainty, the naturalffor of the hair. It is nowifltended as a daily dressioorforremovirig scurf or yrandruff ; nor for cu ring baJflness; nor for stimula ting tfe growth ot the hair. objects may be accom- af ter the color has been iththe Vitalia,by JPha- ical Hair Invigo- J.hes' plish fixed Ion's rator The Vi a harmless and unequaled pre tbe reproduction nal hue of gray hair, incr else. This is acco. in from two to ten a according to required tionfor orifi'i- d noth- plished ications, th of shade yail diuggists. Trustee's Sale of Real Estate. BY vlrine of a Deed of Trust execOterttoJ. s. LuiipMer or the sherltf of lsjehn county, Arkaiibas. ss alternate Trustee, by t ...lii f. Wornt-iu.on t'.e 1st Say of Feb ruary iMil, aud duly recorded iu Book U, pate 340. of tlie itecords of Iiaslia county. Arkansas, to secure to s. O. Nelnon A Co . or iieir assii;iie.is. certain Indebtedness therein nuuiloiietl : and the said J. H. Lannliier. i ruM.ee. iiaviui deciiuexl aud refaaad toaat as SL. ,i Truslaie. i. rentaineetnetit nf his anil! Irnst isdnly recorded In Btaik , nage . oi tilt rt-i-or.N of said UtMia rouutv. Ar- Eanaas; now, tnerefors. in pureuance of the owera vesisu in me oy saiu hum iietsl. will, on Tuesday, the 20th day of September, 1870, tielween the hours ol V o'clock: ami. end 4 o'clock p.m. iu front of Ptilersou'a store house door, nt Knowllon's Landing, near the premises to he sold. In Desha conntv. Arkan sas, sell to the lilgheat bidder, lor cane, the real estate situated in said Deaba county, A: kausas. emveyed by said Truat Deed, de- rlta-d as follows, to wit: A certain iraot or nart-el ot land, situate. IvIul: and belne In county of Desha and Hlateof Arkansas, via: The s K qr. of the a W qr., the W H or the (4 W i anu tbe W of the N W , of section U one. cjutaiuim: -Oi 41-lou acres: tbe e sst oue-ha!, and the N W t4 if secUon two z. containini; iw rj-tun acres; tbe north bsir It !fl of secUon eleven I1H, containing KO acres: the N y sad the north panel tne M W and tne norui part of trie southent qr. ot tii n twelve 1121. t-onta'.nlus til 82-1UU acres. in towiisi.ii- No. i. south, ranae 1 east, Tha south part of the N W of section seven 7, in township seven eonth, range 3 east, outi laiKlus 1UI 70-iOi. acres; the W H of the B K of section ... in township six south, rauae one east, containing 0 acres, iu all ljtii 86-Iliu seres, of which about 'iOU acres are cleared, known as tlie Worheid tract of lands. The title to said property Is bellsved to he good, hut 1 seU and convey only as Trustee. laiuily of barred. AiiKKKli A. EDINUTON, Sheriff )y20 Desha nionty. Arkansas, Trastee. Mon-Resident Notice. So. 6. In the Kiist Chancery Court of Hhclby eonntV. Tcuuessee. Ueury IUce, William Isttx, Benjamin Eisemau and Jonathan Ulce. firm of Rice, Htli A Co., vfi. Hugh la HrlnkJey. Ii' spiearius from the affidavit In this cause that the defendant, William 8 Nichols, is a iion-rtsidenl ot tlie Male of Tennessee and is a resident of the tate of New York : It la therefore ordered. That he make his sppearauce herein, at the courthouse In the city ol Memphis, Tenu.,ou the first Mom!., iu Oclohei i ISTs, and pleaa, answer or dt-uiur lo complainant's bill, or the same will he taken for confessed ss to him snd set for hearing el parte , and that a copy ol this order be published once a weok, for tour aucoesslve weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. A copy attest: EliMVND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By K. J. Black, Deputy Clerk and Master. Ij. I Uhniati. Hols, for onmpl'nt. BUS Non-Resident Notice. No. ts. In the Heoond Chancery Oonrt of fcio.- by county, Tennessee. John F. ea rn t hers and H. Clay King and Archibald Wright and L. D. McKlsslck, who sne for themselves and snch of the other creditors nt. William Knali-h. deceased, as may elect to beeouie parties hereto, vs. Margaret Bris coe ami her husband, Anderson Brlsouo, and their unknown children, anil Morris KBBilsb, Joanna Sheridan and herhnsbur d, Thomas tsherldan. in their owu rights, rmd said Thomas Sheridan, as administrator de lionis mm Willi the will of WlUtaia iing llsli, deceased, annexed: Catherine Me Oratn, ndministratrix of Jehn IfcOYBtli, deceased: Patrlt-k Cunnlnghasa. Qeorire Arette aud Mary Ulcka. IN litis cause it appearing to the Clerk and I Master, from the bill which is sworn to, that the defendants, Margaret Briscoe and ber husband, Anderson Briscoe, snd their children, whose names are unknown, and Morris gngliah, are non-residents or tlie state of Tennessee, so that proosas of ssb-pu-na cannot he served upon them: H Is therefore ordered By the Clerk and Master ot said court, that thessld Margwet Briscoe and her husbsnd, Anderson Briaooa, aad their children, whose names are an kuown, and Morris kualisfa, do enter ttietr itppearauce in this cause, on the Rule day ia ctobeT next, bring lhe first Monday In said month, at the Clerk and Master's office of said com i, in the court-house ol said court, which is !? id at said eonrt-bOBse, in the city of Memphis, Tennessee. and plead, answer or demnr to the bill In this cause, or the sama will be taken tor confessed and heard ex parte; a cony or this order shall forthwith l e putillsbed, for four consecutive Weeks In the Memphis Daily Appeal, a newspaper i-o u -iarly printed aud published in the ci'.y of Memphis. Tlio object of this bill Is to sub ject to the payment of debts the rrai es tate nf William English, deceased, the de fendants. Margaret Briscoe, aud nor Bn kuowu children- and Morris Knglisli and Jo anna tiherldan, being his devueea under ins will. This Amrnst 2i, IS7V. A copy attest: M. D. U STEWART, t'lert and Master By (iso. HiiLuv, D. C. and M. A. Wi ight, Sol, ior coiupiaiuant. sn ROBERT WOOD & CO., PHI UADisLPEU A ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS. Cs ARDEN and Cemetery Adornments.Cast, I Wrougbtiron and W'irc Kalllna.Fonn. IMS! Vnr"' Katuaaa, Arminti nsirs. mm Has laisall aratiou liat HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR Soui nit I houses. Iron Suits, spiral variety oi paiieni. i n. and Sew aMllil tn rvcrv aad Cnurovcd styles of Hay Racks, Mandela, Btaal Fixtures, tall Invl.lons, ete. P atejtt Wis Wokk. - Railings, Mors fronts. Door and Window Guards, Faiui Feaolua. etc Bronse Worlx, Raring fitted up our roandry with special Ii Us sana to ths above class ot work, we an now prepared to fill, Wlla proatptucaa, si orders tor Bruuse tutting, of Statuary, colo sal. boralc and life alae. -, as asTai laoat uoons. tne largest as ant tA Bs it stud in the TjniUd Slates, all ml wadesi are . locates! with the express view of pleasing the taste, while Uiy combine all the requisites ol beauty aad substantial con atraotloxt. purchasers may rely on having all articles earefslly boxed and Hoppad to lbs place of Ct'i flsatV'P Designs wilt be seat to those who wish to a 4 t T Itself to be the mo't perfect nren- for ths Hair ever offered to the pab- Rettsre Gray Hair ts KsOrigfia! Color. Aad create a new growth where It has fallen off from disease or natural decay. A teU prevent the Hair from fnlttiia oui. All who use it are unanimous in awarding It tbe praise of being the best lisir Dressing extant. .s a lav Onr Treatise Ou the Halt sent free by mail. UHt'l'AITl'HI U!.l BY , R. V. HA LI. CO., Nashua, N. H., Proprietors. If at sale by all drueglsta. rpHiS PHKsM must commend itself to the cotton planters of ths Southern States lor L durabiiily, s.uipiit at of construction, aad ease with which it can bo operated bar eltb hand, hone, msfei- or tfaunixmer, the change from ooe to the other being e fleeted lu a tew minutes. A great advantage this Press possesses is Hint occupies for hand power only a space or fourteen feet square, and mav be placed and operated in a rln-honse, tuna avoiding the neeesslty of taking cotton out of the house to be packed. It can be used In any kind ol weather; the Piers being in the house, rainy days are no obstacle lo packing, as Is the case wtlh wooden screws. Another sdvaBtsge to, wsen von get Schofield's Press, you have s Presa for all lime, and one not liable to decay or break, as is the case with the old wooden screws and most other iron screws aud presses. This Is evident from tbe fact that I tie s.-r.-v. :- : . . either wrought or cast, and the irames are of wrougbl Iron. aud no part of the Press li able to decay tout-lies the ground. The frames may Ua made ol wuod.al tbe option of the planter. Planters may purchase either the screw sud nut alr.:;e and put the frame and box of wood lo It themselves, or may- purchase the screw, nnf and Iron i-ames, and pot the wooden box to It th.enift.Ives, or mflypnrrliase the Press complete, with screw, nut, iron frame, snd box, soaking, tre most complete Press in- Ufra. Pre. mat onmpiele, as last, named, ewe ia store general use, ami Rive great aattsba tion to all parties using litem, as will be seen from letters in my possession, a few of which may bomund eisewlmre in Mils circular, and could furnish thousands. Parties In need of cotton presses would do well to call, If possible, and examine aaim' ; or if thev should invrir me wfth tticfr ordar, tney may rely upon getting a Press Utal is ail 1 claim tor ltitosaoo ooas Hsvlnx the most extensive Iron Worto In the city, ami the greatest vsriety of patterns of all kinds, i urn able to lurniso parties wltli any Kind . Mtchoierr or caseins, atglnirt notice. SCHUt'lltLD, Macon, Us. " h VBBBBBBBWBSdBBeBB Horse Pox HAND POWER ssr-Tho above cut sliow lual'Sraa i-nt ki. comyiule at ScbofleUl's Iroa Works. lor work ing by lour iiauda. These see all that are narA cessaiy to iterate It, sud have paoae-1 sal inch as Hot) pounds in sise of ordinary bubs When pot up bs shown above, it may b taken down st any time and placed on a wagon In half an hour, aud put up again in ttle over that time' "Wrnught-lron Screw Press, complete 1177 OU Wrous.l l ir ii Screw. wiUi Iron Frames r t l"l on Wrocelit iron Screw OS H rast ! ron Screw 7 40 WeivU: IAO0 l.tWS fl HiaJ Freight lo Memphis, Hi cents pur lUi pounds. PRICES SAME AS HAND POWER PRESS. lijral s-j-lS Attachment Notice. B. J. Knsell vs. J. W. Irwin. BKFOaajastaaHaii, Justice of the Peace ior Shelby county, affidavit having beau made in this cause, aud attachment issued andreturned, levied, etc : it Is therefore ordered. That publication he made fn the Memphis Dally appbai., a newspaper published in the city of Mem phis, ior tour successive weeks, commanding the said J. w. irwln lo appear before mu al my office, city of Memphis, In the 14th Civil District of said county, on the SBtli day of seiileiuber, 187(1. al IU o'clock a.m., and make defense to said suit against him, or It will bo proceeded with ex parte. JAMES HALL. Justice Teaee for Shelby county. Walter Coleman, Attorney for PU'ff. aulB Y virtue of a Bee ef Trust executcu io . ,.. I,,;,, .1-,. ,.- Mat 1S7U. b fht- cphilns Pritehett, asd 'dalr reeorood in the rveeisrer s om-e oi .--lisioy 1 "a " -J . 1 - - -in Book Mo.T3. page HS.atMl for the butbOSS ot itaviitK Da- dbtaecureti iherejjy, I will. on Saaavday, 24th Day of Sef teJtasF, 1870 Bel Ween the hours of 10 o'clock a.n. anttr.' o' lo. k m.. on thesouthwP! f corner or ine in fs-4lnn or Thlm aiwl i-H .-rson street ass in ft out of the tsBoe ot M.sCalluui King. Mcrur his, tense iBsa, sail, at public auctloay i... .. i. o, iu. io.,;.Ki l.u. let. a certals lot or parcej of ground, situate m the city of Mciur';.., Tennessee, and boanded. as de--riherl ns lollnwR. to-w.t: Beirl oniuic st Mlss H J. PwtUiio's Bortirwesl comer on the north rT,',- oi Monroe straet extsudo.1; lUniiins ?iU .Ilk Um..,. .Irl' PXleBtled ov-Vf ir iet tlience soutri at rfgnti 5fles wiLh sai d street annt one hundred aww sny v(i t.r" 'o M. L. VMCIiui.i north Niundarj Ime: thco west with ssj, la..li t) oo and pa.aii-i Wttn iisaid Monroe a reel . ty -yWue nm st rlsht am;leswltb. st!d Monroe street ninil 0110 huudrea r.rrr-six w -i. ia . , ,i KsjcHv of rei'vuil'1'"" m w.-ttvea by s. 'i rnaTlL The title id bjllslobe ,a-t. bat I .eii !ud siu r. ; only i,tn:stee. ' auJ W D M UTM.jrrustea Admiiisirdicrs S'ala of fttVd Estate. nv . ,. ..nf.iwn., ' Ibe L'hsria.-r Court I) .!.,: in and tor lite counlyo lwndes TMSiiay, Agust 30, 1870, 7i, .e i. Al io, wit: .1 B IVr.lf si hesiniui 4 PtUI TRUST SALE. virtue ot the krraos sad powers pf t Trri-t le J BBBnSari to me as tro tfe Davis 4'ra ktiii aud u. tj.4 Mans, oa ttia i-ih .. of February. ISBR and rrtry rest-tered in t Register's frfllce of Brieitov -auntx . IManes In Kook wo. 70, pages sjy, am, as... 1.1, : will. On the 6th Day of September. 1870, At tha front door of the court-hou-e, in tha City of Me phis, Ir which the I't-.a-.. rwt or enejav itonuty ars t.eaj, proee.. , sipHbiio sa slli ss, SB i as SB beat kid mr i-asti. the follow I nasdsserlbsd real est iorao much thereof as rns.yf - r'. easaiy l i Ottvotrthe indebtliiess menitsHtei a. tiae Ui said Irnt liee4, slt-oef". oCUnty. Ter ttesaee, vii itiiii uuuiWroiiL.abe. itv of Mfcuii.uls.be'. ti as designated on splat of a swadlvaioa BIO acre tract oi land f"rroerl owned Jaiut C. Jones, fleceasetl. n4 Idhum-. --Ktmsraaaa sand,'' c.baiuiag jo a., baaaraa aaafortyQTe aitdfidly-JJlac t4 SSBSSi a more pcrisvi ucscrtpion ni s.ttu . Mmi.tnul in J - - ' rftfti-raTIPP flo-.t said JoBeslc Davtal'otkrll'.dstefi Nover as (At ami revisWl-U la Lilti Keti -ter't of WrislBsr ossuatjr.ia Hook K. . 4- SX, w Ult sw. t" 11 -! Also. a. aria i u oUi-r tra t MHS In Bin HUIDIT Oi -!W:Jt i fs aiai oat the miiaasmsna via.uk. rum 1110 city ot " , 11. AprU IH.lSW. m other irs. tot paraaloXJan.-. asualy of iMibs aaL RCSie about four ssxlss iroffl a- tf-e u halmr tatNa.lat.sf toe ausdtv.aioi. said Jamas C. Jon s, deceased, o: a ..... land lying oa amid piauKruaii, oanuun ' : 13-BJS Also, s oas tain other paraei of land, twin . t of lot Ma. a, ol laosattian part raining (S.I.,. Uli.i 1 to Uss IB . mi. 4o ls:it uartt ttoo ol lots So. H sad .V 1. is u t a deed from tba said Jamas Cat said H-tookrlil. beiu-iag date o 1, and regtsieied in tns Refetil-. - - - and 4S. April S. 117 Also, the lasd hreo-re convye.1 bf aaitli). C. Cross to aaiO Cockrili by wsrrs deod, dated May 54. liaig, aad racord.-d :n t". - -ST. part 1st, page . ia the BegiSlef ojli Hhelay coabisr, Tssscssen. comialniur'aooi: 61 7S-(00 acres-all of tne satrremention i or tracts of laud are pat s a tha saiu a brough tract of 400 seres, aad cjn--in ,u i aOoTJT arl II -IUW screw- Also, a certain otner r;u-t or insrcei it lia . II U. eoti.V Hi -i.oill ai. . t-,iii:oi.rr.ii -" -i"rY' of tio east ha. i o! ni... k N-. Jt. e- wWlBfcJwWSpWas' at i -.eiiiiienenis at a -vaae on tue in...-. Met 'all straashs the weal aide '. street Intersects the aanie; the ore weal wardiywitti the north suleoi . ; . -I'M) feet to a stake en i alley; mstye w t;t said a!!cv norrrrw&nHy 7$ 0et 1.. o ' - UVeaoe east 1 feHfVa slake os I a e- - t appear land te of -Vi ; and 't'mi i'lull i-ur:.ppi, mane " '-i- I J 17C. TthTeof. lie ou-ler ig- erf. j aim de l. iuU n fn o' tuo t.i atjoi H. iiyrns, decesnd, will H liam K. ISiuobo and Joliu PTStraii -e I I oat -si KthdayoTPrtm-.jr-,-. ami r as eouveye.1 t Ml. S II- -,rd. aty . i UeoJ ol li li.. l'ltty uf. rarveu. t -ti-w, . imp-fin au4 This Press, of two-horse power, may bs of either cast or wrought-iron screws: wrought iro n screws being cut with three-Inch pitch for Horse Power, it may be put up ei liter with or without Iron frames an iron frame being pretei-.title, as It cannot break, and will never neetl rejiairs, as Is the cse with ViksI. iu putting them up complete at my establish in ent. tliey do uotaiimu- from Ute ilaud Power oaly in pileb of thread or screw, aad different krnd ol levera for working. Oue horse cau pack: live lo eight hundred pounds on this Press. . s. . atd- JKLL, lnoprielt.r. That plantora may gei their Presses in time, will take in payment w arehouse so oeptance, Jue October 1, 1871), at cost prices, as above. Schofield's Patent Cotton Proas received tbe First Premium at tlie Georgia State Fair tor (869. It was proved' superior to anything for pi filiation cotton packing on the ground. It is pul up more substantially. Is isore simple aud em. -lent lhaa any colton press In use. Than Is nothing compl.-.cated or lo get oui of order about It, aud alter beans used twenty years will he as good as new. Iever presses will not do, they will gel out of order, and iu a lew rronlhs become a useless r.rlieie. sud are displaced bv a screw press. mrl This colton press is fast displacing the old wood screw and other presses, and of ove r 500 presses sold last season. I have not beard a conipstmt from one- urn on the contrary. a daily in receipt of letters from the first planters of all the Colton Stages certifying to lb str emutcy, anu expressing tueir opinion tttat it. is supi-nor ut nil outexs. fi A-liato- .Wilcox's Xxuprovod Ilorao Powor, Superior to say in uss for U Inning Cotton. Made only at SOHUFIBLVS IRON WOKK. rut Jointnij JksBSBBBr Oeput, MACOH, GA, aui.s COTTON PRESSES, E. L. MORSE'S PATENT. Manufactured at 203 Madison Street, MEMPHIS, TENN. AND can be operated by steam . horse or hand power, as the planter seta nt. without extra expense. No labor required to tramp cotton tn the box. This Press rs more POWERFUL, ECONOMICAL and DURABLE Than any now sold in the Mississippi valley; guaranteed to be first-class in all respects, aud lo utftkaa flve-hnndred prnnd bale Id lea time, snd with less labor, than any Press in Hie market, Iuprl:els about one-third less than any otbar Prtbs called Or.l-elsha. and but a trlUa more than tiie cheapest. , - A1I orders addressed, to Clark, Ply ro.,SB2 Pront How. or to B. L. Morse, 203 Madlsou street, Memphis, Tennessee. Will meet with prompt attention. E. L. MORSE. Notice to Property-Owners. CITY ltHtifJXKBBIs Ol KICK. Memphis, Tbnm., August 18, h7. I s" The grade of i4econd street, from Bayou Uayoso to the north Unaot the city, has been established, and a profile allowing the same has been hied in the Mayor's office. All per sons interested are hereby notined to exam ine the same, and present any objections they may have thereto, within thirty day a, to the Ueneral Council, an 18 J. H. if IJMPHBKYB, City Eng'r. LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN. THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY. B STABL18HKD, 1S41 FORSYWS STANDARD SCALES, Of aal kinds. Nearly at) varieties, adapts to every business. Every Beats war raatod oSSiS tU4i sKMft sAwaf I tw W. m UW .Wei. H7llJor.-.ti.'l Mrs. WhUeombtt Mrs. I4'iiti.-v..,ti' UUrup. it Is the Cures Colic and Griping In the Bowels, and facili tates the process of Teeth ing. Subdues Convulsions and ovoreomes all diseases In cident to infants snd Children. Cures Diarrhea, Dysen tery aad Summer Com plaint in children of all sacs. Oreat Infant's Vies IE OenU. Mm JO CenU. Pi, Cenf. Rnd Cblldren-i Soothing KsBsedy In all disorders brought u by Teething or any olber causa. Prepared by the UKAFTON MKD1C1N1 CO.. t-i. Louts. Mo. Mold by druggists and dealers In medicine vflrvwbers. atylUaw SIOOO Ilcwara Por any ease of BUmL Bleeding or Itehino Pf.flSf that DalllNWH Pi i s P.kmtdt rails to cure. It has cured esses of 20 years standing. Trv It, and get rtu of tbe most troublesome disease flesh is heir to. Sold by all druggists Bold everywhere. Bend for pamphlet. iLUSiHBBB isisrwnaitaswssa leaitJtaora, Mth 3?'OH SALE. T?OB RAXK Tne three-atsry Brink-house JT and lot. No. 44 Washington street. Terms asy ; or will lease oa iong t'jne. IIOR HALE or lease oa long time, Lot Mo. 70 Scale street, and Lot Ke. hfcl Madison st. FOR ."a A L.K The two-story Brick-aouso and Lot No. 152 Mala street . t,iOR 8ALJ4 tteventy-three acres of fine cot ton land within 1 miles of Senatobia Mississippi. Inquire at No. 549 Main street, between th nours of 12 m. and 2 p.m. suit Southern school ia New York. MR. EDWARD . WHlTSVB English and r'rench ftoarding School for young Ta (Jfes, No. 5 West Forty -secoud street, oppo site Reservoir Prk. anil eod NOTICE. TWN GOOD STEAMBOATS WASTED TO run up W b.lUtrlver and eoiineot with tbe Memphis andLdttle Rock ralivoad at DeValPS Bluft until finished, and lor twelve mouths after tbe road 1s finished to White river, to ran above DeValt's Bluff and connect with this Toad. Parties wishing to enter this trade can make advantageous arrangements with this oempiuiy. The large amount of freights going We st, and tbe prospect ol low water, make this route desirable. Apply at the office of the company. No. S7 Htrnth Court street . aal7 a. 1). WllJlrfAMW.jleafllSBpt. Notice to Contractors. CITY KN441NRWPB OFFICE, 1 MXHPH1S, TksN., August 18, 187a Sealed proposals will be received nt this office until 12 o'clock m. Monday, the 2Vth hast., for grading Beoond street, from Bayou Gayoeo to fme north line of the city. ants ' . ii. HUMPURKYS, Uity iug nr. SoutHorn HOOP-SKIRT MANUFACTORY. No. 198 1-2 MAIN STREET, WHQLiSSuUaE AND RETAIL. TRKCOMMKN D LAoSi: Three sixes of my Jolntleas-Klastlc-1 nv islble Walking Sglrt, the only skirt adaptable for tbe present walking dress; manufactured and sold w u iu the manuhtctory. Also, the following OSNtriNS Frkncu Uibskts, sixes from 14-35: Robt. Wertev's Durable Plain Corset, Ad. L'Olsean's Elegrmt Embroidered Corset, and Mine. DupoTifs Beautiful Short Corse. The Dibokest Raaasr Pkotbctob, I guar antes best quality, both in skirts and corset mylf LOUIS LANOE. Oa tfie 16th- fUy af Dortir. 70, Mext. ltweea' tbi faowts prescribed' by law I u Iront r.r the crmTt-Ki.se J.str or the eouMy o.' Tuwfs. In said Is'SBtBistg MlasBUppt. exiose for side, at po Brie aai'tion. to lh highest ud der, ior oue-luird cash, and the balance In one and twoyaar-,wn halx percent, lntarest from daU-, the following described real estate, located, lying aud hern C said susmtyot Tunica, as follows, to-vrl t: PraclloualBe-llsvi lii, com aming J40 acres; .tsctlonal section 17. contsiulugtsti acres vs mlii' half of tract bsaal seetlou 18, containing iiV so res ; sections Isos. 50 and li. and east half ol section W iwest half and soutlieast quarter s aakia xl); trac tlnn.tl sooth halt section 3: , watious a and 29; all in township a, range 1L Also, section 24, southeast quar f"rl?C i norlhea.,t quarter section , -oul srsvtinnai halt nr see? ion . west half of set all In townships, range in. FTBCtloaa! seeVatt ii, township 4. i "as K; soathwesl i sailer section 2; esst 'BJi af northeast quarter, east halt of w-itlais' quarter, and soulnweftt quarter of isni taeast uuarier of section ; west half sect ton , soul i. west, qrusrier f aecuoa- a.-out least qsTSTtSTOrsetstwii a, souiirwestraarier oi sec tion 10, west half of section It. vast hal' of section 14; allot ssstBSna IS. 17, is a d 18: w est half ot section i!u, soutnwest qturter of a. ttou Jt.aast half aud souUtweat qoafter of section C2; all of stction ii; west half of soo llou 2i. west half seslion -'i: :ill of section Jit; Mtuth half or sectlt n 27, northeast quarter of section 2S, Bsatfaaaat iinarter ot t.i on. BBSttoas ili aud il6; all tu township 27, range L Also, lotsi, i5.,, ib, II. 12, U, 14 and is. in section is, township 29, range 5; also, 2.3, 4,4. U.t'aDrt g, Ih section township 29. riuge To be sold in parcels box U exceed one U an il rod and sixty acres to any one traeu W. W. HUMPiiiliKB, JS.. Adminlatiator de bouis nun of Ransom B. Byrns. ' . o- r2 I . By order of tbe Court. i,n :, fcAtthV HKM'Rii.'K, Herk. Chancery Sale of Real Estate 0a Tuesday, Sept. 6, 1870, No , O. R. 0. Second Chancery Court oi oi.eiDy couniy. wiuiaru ruciw va. a uw ophllos Pritchet. Tj y virtue of an order of sale fn the above r cause, 1 will sell, at neltlic auction, to the b Iglisst blUtlor, lu front ol f he Clerk and Masts, a office of tie Second Chancery iurt of Siiel 'T county, In the elty oi Moaaphis, Tennesm..oa i 8U. 't0 ava; Tuesday, Sept 6, 1870, Within less. oam, tba rottowlax doscrlbed real estate, to-w it: Beginning ailho north west corner of a let conveyed to William W. Msant br aai Pr. tcitet thy deed registered in incomes the Agister of 8hel57 oouuty Ten nessee, in booA 41, parr 1 pages ,JS3 and1 SUr, thence north s.id parallel with WeLkaa Umsspaet to Monro s. root extended to a point W'2 f.t from Use southeast UiteraecUon ol Wellington and Monroe streets; Mtence with Moiipm stj-eel exUude.. east oue hundred atM elgU-v ami one-half fast taa point aa the southern Hue of Monroe sxtwet. opposise said Bond's northeast cor ut-r; theuoa south to said Boavd'a aorthettat corner: tbeua. wesuwith said Bond's line rrtle hundred aad eight and one-half iest to the beginning Txitas or SAi.a-ow a eredit of 7 months, parchassr oxecattag bond, with good eenr Jlv, and lien retained upon the IssulUi sees e pcbaae mouaj-. Equity of redemptioo Puxeliaaer or purchasers' most comply with de terms of safe within t s days or the ssW t, operty will bo advorthBsd and i as ah I. sst if,, 'deliiiqoeut purchaser cluvrgod WUh Ms cost a .Xbis, AUgusi V '.,. . M. V, l-.U -Xtl s.- Siwr.W s Sale of Real Estate. )C,.,,,lw,IU -tara Saturiiav. IIW lOia ptauusi sreat, i any or Proceed to ss a ta HBhigh.H taid. liar cash, wttbln lacal hoars, in trout ot the Iswrfl. ,Bce on He. md i-lreet- lu the Ureeulaw ijoera Uulldln g. City of Memphis, the fols.w Y.rZ .T;ihi real estate, to-wit- A certain loi or parcel of land iyiug sud bela IntBar couutv of Hhattay, anu r.t,ste oi imnew, betng'a part 4 subdivision of block No. 57, iroctttas iau tt.. .i, . - mine street ai.d exterroing bac nortl 100 feet, lrnmediatrty esst of Mr Topps resi dence on Berth skssat, Masaspb, Ttieawte, being the sain ? loi convey eu tu jouiusj iy tiu Jaobonsvn iopp uy ue-vu uat nai 1 pass I li maaio ,,si.-i tlamia Zl i . -..daaleaji i'rust. ou:y. r.. ...... .... . . ll(,ru aaie wiUtiu leaa. . . ,i.j,,iVF. Tr.i- - TRUSTSMu5 UeA'J. v i x ulAl to iua jji Tru.tir.- hv - an iiuu aj. t. :jml nix . . tj..ei-, ImHsSaJ duiy rk:rti lu tr 1 thi- . lvi ui oi t-jumuv suatsy. i 1164. 6th day f September, 1870, At the front reor ei1 the mart-house tn thn elty of Memplds, lu which tbe i i -il Courts of tSheiby i-uny are hel -. ) .: . .! t' sell al pnblieaoetioB tothn highest m i -cash, the following described real : , so much thereof as may be aecesaart . , oil tbe Indebtedness mentioned and t et .: lu said trust deed', situated In Hhelby t-onn;. TtinrMvaee, vix: Lying on he Uermnnios". Plan kroaa, about four m'lesir.ni the Memphis, being liots oas,7, M ami li . datiiannted on a plat of a saMivisio:. .. a-tractof land, formerly owned "y J .i C. Jones, deceased, snd known as tin- Kl-n-hrougs land," containing lu ail .. lU'ree. A more perfect descrlou,.- , said tots of i tnl is containe ... deed of conveyance from said don. . to Davis Cpesrfii. dated .v.n Sih, MSB, amt re4iered In the bee of Shellir county, lu Book. i(o. aui, iix: anu im, apnt .a, my. Alssv a certain other tract nf land, Ivluc lu tba county ol bhelba aud fits w .1 Xi oa tne Uermsctown Plankroad, ftbout . . alias from tueenty ef Mt mpSis.it beuiK 1. t No. 13 or tbe subdivision ol aeid. .i -i Jones, dsrc eased, of a tract of land i-.-. -.besaidplaaltrosd, eoBtitinlBg ti.-lo , Alat, a orrtssa other tract, being a p.rt . LotNo.zof ibe said sulslivisain, t-oniu n i V) acres. A more particular descrlpii. .. said Lout ros. 12 and part of 1x4 Me. 2 I laiBSd iu s dead Ir Ola tue said Jantt - l . Jon. . to Davis CookrUt. hearing dale s.-.,,,. 25th, MM, and recordod In the RevierV . of Snsiby county, in Boo a'o. jt, pas B sud asi, April 26 Lit. B67, Aio, the land heretofore cocvej-t-d I P C t'roaste said ODekrll! by wirrsasv d.-.i, datad May SIM, ISM, ami register ! in t: ler's office of said Shelby oouuiy, ut i4x s . pari 1st, page 44, being about CI 75-100 acrt s All of the tracts oi I aad ate part o , li iillsaajlli 1 1 aal f as) SHIS m niliiln all about 2B4 17-IOU acres. a 'Iv JS In said deed of trust the equity of red.-'..; -tion is not waived. I shall convey lo! ... saaasrs atsssa sale as Trasses easjsa 1 I Asm L. UuutlLc.a, Trtattee bale within legal hours. a il Non-Resident Notice. jr Court a? Thouipot , Iio: mat I ii taa Wrrsad ChsBisr Bhelbvc.aialy.ranneaeee.-Ann . In, next irieuu, . a. w . i.iiwiipMj:i e-. T appearing from sffiJavIt In this n.i that the defendant, V. at -"jHsigBBSt. r- t aoa-rcsitieiai of lhe male, of Tenarxaee : it is Idler, fore ordered. That (remake hn arpearance herein, at the eourt-hasjse i n city of Main phis. Tens., oa or boast Ut. II r -Monday tn Oelobss. IS", and plead. -swex or-deaiar to cotaplaiuanl'a nill, or i same will be taken for confessed as n. ad set for hearing ex parte; andaaaSa of ahi order be aoMisoed oasv ssro BwrsBncessiT we Be, i a Ute Muf.o. . fcai. This August i, una AAJ eaiy- attest r at. o . L- slBVAKT. Clerk aad Master. com pi uL Brosw. Mill w.lpaty V. aad M. Use. Wash; naJ'fpHai. ior col auli NovMNMofft NliCf3. !o. 43. In taa Hecsssd Chnaasry Court of MaSlliJISSllBBI IsflBOillI s M imM Tor ran . j v. isarv Aj aaats at ai. inpainri" trout anenn s return in u, s Mr- Jh lot or parcel of saoanc ito.ifMii lt.-inc and being lu taa eoasay er Htherhy anrl Sts w Tvni eeaee. ntaatso on st. Martin street, in ti ia oaj ot Meto ph ts, aast liBMl ajstfoeson (it-Marfdu slroet.aad tw uiug btMk aast to the bayou 72 feet, a more complaie deacxlpti -n of which is sjea ln a certain ueeu oi itoti c-.. w-,. -.j , ' organ to Thomas H. .Loirwood, da.od Jan. nary li, 1B67. Also, a. certain piece or wool of land situated, ijiag aad being ia Urn eoaatjr ol Shelby, Stale o.' Tennessee, fttrnt las: US feet on Walnut street, Memphis, Ton nesses, and running b vek ISO feet ia depth off of the soutnern part of atx acres of land pur chased at U.uisity saso by Robert s. felmiin, and transferred by said isiaith. to Samuel P. o. ..k... . . .i h.ina a tvtrijon of the same 2 Land viated In Charles Jones by a decree of the ChaAeery Coan ot sairaa"'. the ease of Newton Fo.-d, Adm r of Thomas JS'ull, deceased, ot ah vfc Joliu H. Clayton et al on tlie m day of April, 1ST3, levied on as the property of defendanU James C.IaottOito aatls.-y an execution iu favor of B. HfiberV son, aurV.Tlng partner, ete., for 93,153 IS, trlthtnleresrt and costs t sadt. Ths above Sato Is postpv.nod until A BOOK FOR THE MILLION. M A PR) aCC A Pxivats Counaxxoa to MftiiHUiab.nu Mabbibd or tnose about fillinia itoBiarry, on the physiologl w"Wh' cr mysteries and revefa obs f the sexual system, with the latest discoveries in producing and preventing off- li iuk. preserving ine complexion, etc This ia mi interesting work of two hundred aad tw. nt -four pages, with numerous tu- graviiigs. aud contains valuable information for thwsswlm are married or eontemplute utarnage, nut it a i oooa tuaa VDgst to Lie under lock aud key, and not laid carelessly about the house. seat to any one (free of postage) for SO cents. Address Dr. Butts' lliaprnsary, No. 124 N. Km hi I: street, St. Louis, Mo. ar tice tu the AJticteii and Ci fortunate : Before applying tn the notorious Quacis whoativertlae In public papers, or using any 141 u k 1 . .-is ot ss, peruse in-. Butts' work na mailer wltal your disease is, or how ueplur ale yonr coudLUon. Lr. KntU cau be consulted, personally or by mail, on ibe diseases mentioned ln his works. Offios, Wo. 12 N Kigb ih strest, bet. Market and bea UiBt, Sb iioais. Mo, Friday, October 14, 1870. MARCU8 .I. WRIGHT . Sherift oi Shelby countv ,s.jaaUaw'.AU'y torplaBssm iya nsethat Uie defendants. J. Hnrv.-y K ose B. Kerr, rears ana Him- is commonly ituuas as amai, are aoi 10 no l nutiuj twuy. . ereCt.re nrdemf, That they make lhe .- ranee herein, at the Courthouse in ti saaa .on or oeioreiui- nrst , laMt and plead, answer or demur to ooutplsanaul s oui, ox the sai. - be taken for cumesaeu as to mem anu - hearing exparte ; and that a copy of tl der be publ. shed once a vsesfc, fas tsnr sn.--l llBll ia SSBBBS, SasrtBBWrBP,r JJSSiy A ppea i . This J uly 3d. tSei A .yrL'rS w-AltT, Clerk and MBster. By (,to. Msr.i.iSiY. leptyt'. auo l. t-stasat JackauBvliBtBt iOr cmupt nw -f ; : Mmiwslntar' Notice. ry.HK ;naivcncy of he estate of Thorn s I Mulhiint. alliSawa, having been su Kestcd accord Bug to Uw.aJl petausi any claim or claims aaainat said eaie herebi uU0ad lo ap-j . JieVounty Court clerk of SheJb, count,. Teua.. and U the same, amhehtreated in the m saner are acTibed hv law. ku or before 4BBjP4Bat day or Sos-oaabar. BOS; aast aajr esatta no B led on ttr ttos e att iajiptopt iat - a .a- rands of aald estate la matle, w . forever barred, both by lpm,I,2C; AtfrafstratOT ofTbosaas Muifiaaxb iJaalsaseii A.TgUsi 4. HS7U. an.. Adauiuatraier's Notice, THE Baxfersfgnsd bevebv gives sv nice t.J. ail ssssons aaexaag esaf s aaatiisL tbe estate of Haass 9. HUL deuaasad, la present ths lasts. Il f veriflad. and to-ail persons Indebted to .aid itate to come forward and maks settlsmenU yllShhi tbe time pre. by law. Paymeate SBSy be made, as clai ri , s nruaeatew, to any aSSsrawT. ChaswawChoate, Vo. 27i 4scorid street, uf U ma,a my resi- """lSiiiABeMrci aftiti. a flntx. Non-Resident Notice. No. 400Xb tha Second Chancery Court of Shelby county, Teuneasos.- Ri vira RbttriM O..A. lavl, J. U. Moore John W. .smut va Ktieucer ArlmckJe, W. W. llall, Mary Hall Marttia Koen and others. IT appearing fi-oas hill fllnd t Ihkt cause that the defendants, Basoocr Arbuckle W W. Hall, Mary Hall and Martha Koeu are non-residents of the Huue of Tsxuasasas: It Is luerefore ordered. That they make that appearance herein, at the Courthouse In tbe city of Memphis, Tenu., on or before ths first Monday in Sept., K70. aud plead, answer or aemur u complaisant s out, or ine same will bs taken tor confessed as to them and set for ui ai ing exparie; aitu uiat a copy of this or der be published once a week, for four suc cessive weeks, in tne aiempnis Appsal. July I Memphis Dally Appeal. '. . . I A CO. A Will M. 1. Itoii'Nesident Notice, the Sseoad t3iaurssry Court of Ka .18.- In . snassseo.-James Rs 11 Bit j com... -was T- Aadersoa et ai iaad et ai. val Ja iniiiiscanae that tm TT appeanng Iroab,,., ?dS"nlii11'i'i V l defendankt. James -wson, Oani-i K. A nitarson iC,T2?.'-.-- -iu.ttorlieii arson, n., Marr lYTw.,. li. Ajadsrsora, ltojw: nnLT Ragiau.t anil S -1 tuna laa taT.aBaa .! of tie state o, aVj:r::T'2 or the State or TenueaisaV . therefore ordered. That they make appearance herein, at the Courthouse la ths city of Memphis, Tennessee, on the first Monday iu September, 10, and plea.:, answer or demur to oars pial nan ts bill, or the same will be taken for confess..! as to them, snd set for hearing exparte -aad that a copy of this order be nobli.. . .. n Ti-nn'r frr nr isnrnaaljii a sat a In the aula august a, is;u. sBka i lei . -'enia .' are r -.,. L. STEWART. CIsrk ami u.u,. JarnagiQ Frayser.SoUk for oompl'uts. jy'ai D. L STEWART, CleTk and Maste- is BTati.SBT, Deputy C. snd M. MresoaoB Vaans aAaasrsiai.aoto. for compi; . aul 10 OaA Met... iiJsvS4w m iahiT srSJfBa,