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THE STJJSmYY MORNXISrGr APPEAL- SEPTEM BEK 4. 1870.
FINANCE AND TRADE. Ossncv or TBI Da;lt Appeal, 1 M KMP BIS, 8pHM 'l n r 3, 1711. ) tvm or pi. There was never the Instant when, either by ihmu of oor domestic or for eign affairs, abundant crop were more needed than now. They are wanted at home to auric h our groat agricultural in- :,.r;, to sustain tbe countless method of transportation, to cheapen the coat of lir ing to (baa who are engaged In Industrial pursuits, and enable Ibeui to livsas abun dantly aa ever. They are wanted to in vite iorelgn initnigrsnta expelled from Europe by political conTUiaiona, and to 1m drawn hither solely by practical con sidrratfom. Howt-rer faultless the cli ma:.-. :::! cheap and dostrable the horns- . (T'll !d immigrant, the coat of food for the fi mt twelve m xrthacf sojourn in this country is the fubjert v.hirh first eritjat" thuir lb .Uj(LU. Cotton and sugar estates n invite capitalists, but I.ave few a:tTrttDS fsr multitude slori the Khim', iuipovi'rishey. by thn Franco-Prus-i-iau war. Jum so long as wheat and com ar- i-'ii '.y r in the N'.t; lhau io the South, the prest uisks of mirafory Eu'ro pmm will sk homes beyond the Ohio. Rut good crops are wanted to provide onmmt-stons to onr mr-rrliasts, and freight), to onr ships, and to inscribe on the creditor side of our foreign account that ba so lon been principally written on the debtor papa. We have maturing interest to jisry on national. State and cor porate bonds held in Europe; and it an can meet this frotu our crops, and perhaps reserve a pr.2t, we shall have wade a gain that will I felt tbrouzhont our whole system, and that will go far toward cre: a g other runs. Th estimMe recently made by the ('. iiiitiu-skioner of Agrt n't lire places the wheat .crapcf at 2J0.MW.istt bushels. The -ra-lt -tear wa i-.rf.Otm.0nn. There l, therefore, an sjipsxent deficiency and a certain decrease. The stock held over is to be added to this rear's product. And to make the disparity still less, the in crease in the current corn crop is very great. The Commissioner ssys the North western States hare increased their corn acreage from ten to twenty-five per cent. Ths "orn crop, by its fjc. will thus add to the wheat, and make any diminution in that less appreciable, without reckon ing the floor and wheat held over. The crops of oats and rye are of lees moment; but they are abnnrlant. In fie!, the wheat and corn crops of the South, in pro portion to the area of land devoted to such crops, wITl be jrreater than for five years past. Not the less unfortunate was the universality of the greed for cotton which induoed Southern farmers to neglect the production of cereals, whose value, in view of the failure cf the wheat crops in France, in the Panobian prlnei palities. and in Russia, will be great'.v augmented during the winter. In broad districts of France the people are com pelled to slaughter oxen and horses be cause of the scarcity of grain and bay. A greater bi Bailer was never committed than by a people who beheld last winter four millions of men under arms in Eu rope, and anticipated a mighty ccnvnlslon and yet failed to adapt their farming operations to palpable necessities begot ten by coming events. Ultimate results may not be who'ly unfortunate. There are no associations of capitalists in the South capable of competing with mighty corporations endowed with stupendous wealth by the Federal Government. These land-holding corporations have agents in every great city and seaport ot Europe, and even there sell " through tickets" to newly-born cities and villages along the Northwestern railways. Thus it happens that Europeans are necessarily drawn by agencies with which we cannot compete, into colder latitudes, and it only remains for us to draw farming popula tions from Northern States and from Northern to Southern railway lines. Such is the infinite dilterenoe in climatic and productive advantages between the two competing regions, that the South need only await the time when its true politi cal condition and i iiysical advantages are made known. Then we may draw frotr the Northwest, rather than trcra Europe the best elements ol its population. 17Ke; Middlings, lKfelKc; Strict Mid dling, ltf18 He . Good Middlings, 20c. C IT AM B KNAP OOMITEWa, 1 Mbmp?is. Septembers, 1870. stock, tsept, i, uuu Ree d since last eta Received previously I 2s.j 11 h m Shipped since last sta'm'nt, Shipped previously Stock at noon this day , 478 IMTOWTB. Memphis and Charleston R. B 5 Mississippi and Tennessee R. R. "8 Steamers 18 Estimated per wagons - 8 MX POUTS. Memphis and Ohio K. R llrt saw roRBT v. rirxr.v corrox staTMb-vt AKD STATKjrE.ST OP ALL fWITBD STATMB PORTS. Receipts at t.iis port for the week.. 7,28 Re. it3 this port C r year ending Angu-t 31 71,7,417 Frr-'rls this port since Sept. 1st 1,H Exp- irta this port for voar ending Am gust 31 ttB.042 Fxportt this port sin: Sept. 1 ljXk) tteceipt all IT. s. poet for year raflaig siignsl II .........2584,5tt K-s-eipis all porta sir.ee Sept. 232 Exports all . aorta for year ending Auu'u .1 . I 2.15:L7; l.Ot Hi ; .. - 11.83. tii.uoo bulks) i Ms TUB CI NVINNATl SI MSJtt'IAL lONVgN- TIOS. TheCfcotnastHYjirtesereial Convention, to which our Chatuoer of C "ommerce :s in vited to send delegates, sits on the 4th proximo, and has definM fir discussion and action the following subjects: 1. Direct trade between the Southern Atlantic cities and Europe. 2 The South ern Pacific rai'road. 3. The o hat ruc tion to navigation by the narrow span bridge piers. 4. A continuous water line Mutnu nicest ion between the Mississippi aud Atlantic sea I ward. 5. The removal of ..list ructions from the month of th M : .ipfi nvr. t. The constr'tetion of pe-rnianoiii levees on the Mississippi river. 7 To aholih all tolls on navigable rivers. K. The enlargement of the more important liaea of canals ie the United Sta'ea. and rentier them navigable by steam vessels. J Finances and taxation. 10. A settled policy tu the public interest in regard to the disposition of Govern ment bono'. 11. Charges on freight by rail and water lines. 12. To abolish throughout the country all license im posed eat commercial travelers. 111. The removal of the National Capitol. 14. For making ail railroa 1 . vjacts over naviga ble rivers highways for a'l rail roads that will pay pro rata rates of toll on the same. The war news absorbed the attention of everybody to-day, and a general feeling of relief seeuaed to pervade thoughoul our city, as it was hufrd that, with the capture of Napoleon, peaoe woald com" Whether such a result will follow, is aa yet undecided. Many think that it will only a rve to unite the French people, and that the coarl et will now be more earnest and sanguinary. The news baa unsettled the gold and cotton markets to a large extent. There ie a good demand for Exchange, and Money U also In active demand. Cotton bills are making to a very limited extent, and are taken at par, checking nu all points at i nrem. City Scrip is quiet at tU&'uc buying sod selling. Ciin'y Warrants are held at 73 (a)M and Tennessee money is Arm at 71 ($74c buying and selling. Gold is considerably unsettled. It fell In New York to day to 114, but closed some higher. Ieafon here bought at 114. Stocks and Honda are nominal. There is a demand, but none on the market. Governments closed in New Tork as follows, wish aa upward tendency, bat light business. Bonds of 1K81 5- au Bonds of IM62 b-JU 1H04 6- 20 " 1865 a-'JO " 1985, new 6-20 " 18B7 " 6-20 " 1888 1 10-40 Bonds Pacific Sixes 1140 133',a IlS'tSl IttSa 110( no& io .' 108', 4 ..111 , Railroad and Express shares are steady. Prices are sustained by a large short in terest still uncovered. Canton - .. . Western Is ion Telegraph Co ttii (Quicksilver 4 Pacific Mail 40 dsins Express 68H Wells, Fsrgo 4 Co.'s Express 12 American Expreae - 41 United States Express 42 New York Central WS New York Central Scrip VI Erie 28 Refiiug 9T, Michigan Central .119 Michigan Southern..... vJ3J4 Illinois Central ..iSl Cleveland and Pittsburg 106 Chicago and Northwestern gg Chicago and Northwestern preferred 8K Rock Island 114!, St. Paul ftiH St. Paul preferred 79 n,rorU all prt since Seiit. 1st S;.s k nu hand Aug. 31 .. Stork on hand spi. 2- -, suck on baud au pons Aug. .11 .. Stock on hand Sept. 2........ Kxjsirts from thin port for week Exports for the week from all p. ot s to Liverpool ' u' Amount of stock on hand in ware house in New York, Ang.i 1 (2 Accounts from crops continue good. COTTOW IK XIV TORK. New York, September 3, 12 m. Cotton Ilemand moderate ani priors nrm. I'ontracta for Septeni tier. ISLs'ac: ii i her. !7c; NoveH'lier, lhSc Ordtnarv, 14c ; (i.m.1 UnUnarv, ltic ; Low Middlings, 19c; Uplands, 20e: Good, 21Jc; Mobile, ''c; Orleans, 'JUiic 1:56 p.m. Cotton Demand fair and prices higher, nrdinarv, HV; Good, 18 . : T.'uv MlddHncs, "19H"-: Uplands, aOVfr-; ti skI, -1Jc; Mobile, au?c; Orlearm, - Sales for export, 880 bales; for spinning, lilnO; for speculation, 120: for contracts. 3000, closing in September at is, ; October, llHc; November, W; December, 18;c. COTTON IK LIVERPOOL. LivKKPooi.. September 3, 11 a. m. Cot ton firm. Sales, 12.000 hales. Uplands tt'aVSd; Orleans, Vd. The news of the surrender gives unusual relief, and prices are firmer. Business is more sctive. 3 p.m. Cotton excited. Salee, 15.000 bs e tor export and speculation, 6000 bales. Uplands, '.' vl; Orleans, Sd. AMUSEM N TSa MEMPHIS T H E A T E R. gpaMtas. Bsrwvll 4 McDanesgh, Prtp rt. seonl appearance of LOCts II ABEL-MAYER. Pro's-sor of Mosio. Kscanaoteirr and Champion Educator et Blr.u, coicmeadog Monday, Hsptamber 5, 187 ), for ihrse nights only. Besides many li comprhenslhle things, he will tntrortnes bis 3f beantif.ii perloraainK Canary Ktrsa, hla won torfui Urom and AerlAi Bsll; also, bis new musical msiru rasnt, called to Stjiucirie, pronounce i tlie nulal wnnttr of the world Ioe open st T1 , o'clock P-nri . Performances essamsiioe atso'clooa. Muth.et, Wednesdsj , .September 7, Irf7u, A lmlasloa as uaaai. He uaa.! hills. ! WATCHES AND JEWELRY. Fine Gold Watches AND CHAINS. THE UTLEY IMPROVED LEVER POWER TR ADE. We have but few changes to note in the general msrKeis. lorn is some nrmer, and holders ssk about 5c higher thsn yee- terusy. Ai.i: a.vd Beeb Sands' Ale, 10 50 per half-barrel, porter, (11. Lager, per keg, $5 25. Ale, per dor.en. 3.t 25 for quarts; --..-.") for pints. Porter, do. Genuiness dt Young Scotch Ale, in pints, 2 60 per dozen. BriLTiFRs" Matt?kial. Rosendale oe- rcent, tifdt 50 ; Louisville cement, 2 75 (33. Cape lime fl 85(a; Ohio river, 1 SO; Utica, f 1 75: Alabama, $1 sa)2 00 Plaster hair, (2 75 per bale. Fire bricks pi no. Kittkr Choice 272Sc-, good 23(i5c. Common Is nominal. Baooino 2, 2l: and 2H lb flax and hern i WaCKi". Ir-n ties, 6tj7e. Brooms ami Knooa: (Joan. Brooms JS tojopardoz. Broom corn is not in de mand. o n m k m. -Prices are weak. Sales of kilndried were reported at $4 154 25 on levee and delivered. Selling in a small way a: (4 5034 75. CncKsn English Glostar, 10c; Ohio Western Reserve, 15 16 He Corns Steady. Common to choice Rio, 2U(24c CoTTon Yarms No. 400, 2021c; 500. 17(1Hc; 800, 169l7c; 700, 13 14c. Cottokskto astd Motes Cottonseed, on levee, fix or 12 60 delivered st mills, buyer furnishing sacks. Moles, l(g)4c per pound. Cammed Goods The market is dull and inactive. Condensed milk, $14 0 14 60 per case. Cove oysters, 1 lb, fl S552 perd. ; 2 lbs, $2 Peaches, $2 40 2 75. Pears, S3 50. Tomatoes, $1 45 1 50. Cherries, $33 25. Plneappl -s $3 90 $4 75 t0. Brandy Cherries, $6 nofr 60. Pickles, half gallon, per dox., $4 754n6 85: qta, P Be : pints. Si 352 50. Tomato Catsup. $1 252 25; Peppersauce,$l 25. Eoos Firm, at 223c in small pack- t Itu I he demand for corn was belter to-day. au J prices were firm and higher. owing to the light stock. Yellow and bite are held ai Ho 90c on levee and in lots. Oau are selling at 49c. with 50c akod as a gtueral thing. Bran, $lsl!i Uay, J2125 as to quality. Orders for feed of all kinds are rilled at higher ratej, as these are prices from first bauds. Cotton seed nieal, $221M per ton. Fst'tr Apples are scarce, add choice would sell at $'.'i a) per bbL Peaches and pears are scarce and brine; fancy price. Grapes S lwc per lb. Let nous. $ld ser box l uii'R The demand is fair and prices are steady. Wa quota : Saner. 5 5u I.". 75: a. Pkm Jb: XX, 85t7; XXX and Fancv. 7' 60. Kikb sardines, axsuan'v- for quarters; 36.3is- for halves. White hah. $M 50 per half bbl. Roe Uerring, m half bbL, $8 8 90 Gvsviaa Good No. 1 seconds 16 16c and nrm. HlDjas, Finns and Tallow Hides and Furs sre sleaJv. Irv Flint, 16a: Dry Salt, lie: Green. 6c: Green Halt, 77K& Tailow. licer Skms, 1510c: Beaver, so.Ys.! fsi each: Otter. $1 uo4 W esh: Mmk 40eicai.- Fox, HOc: Coon, 12X30c Leather Hetnloek Sole, St36c; Oak sole, 424oc; Saddle. 404-V; Bri dles, $486 per dosen: Uppers, 4060c; I'alfckina, French, $46 70c; American do.. $3050. Li v k Stock We quote as follows : No. 1 corn-fed Beeves, "!; grass-fed, iS',c: Ho, 1 Texas. $40ao per bend: No. 2.$2fs;i5: No. 3, $P422. Milch Cows, jo-5.50. No. 1 Sheep, $3 004 00 sod dull. Moiaksks Common 50tic ; syrups 60 $l 6. Nails .Fair demand at $4 9094 75 rates. Naval Storks Tar, in kegs, $6 25 5 75 l..r Pine: in 40 gallon bbis, $810; Pitch, $6 per bbi; . oakuiufc O06 00 per bale. oils Coal. Stvaaic; Linseed raw, $1 16 i do. boded, $1 401 46: Lard. 91 40 j, I : Lubricating Coal Oil, 35foc: Train Oil, $1 261 30: Crude Cottonseed Oil, 5Ct65o. Pot ltry Chickens are firm. Selling at 4iyi per dcz for young and old. Prodi. K Potatoes scarce st $2 per bbl. from wagons loose. Ouions $33 50 per bbL, ss to condition, with few good In market. 'sbbage, $10$1J per 100. Provisions There is no change in prices. We quote from store aa follows: Mess pork is selling at $to32. Mess beef, $lt5017. Clear bac-n sides, 1931VS..; dear rib sides. ls;4fal8Uc; rib, 1818C; shoulders. 151315 Vfc; breakfast bacon, lAl'; sugar cured hams, 252flXc Lard, in tterces, 17Se; ksgs, 18iil9c. St 'itu Louisiana. ll15c, as to qual ity; yellow clarified, 1515ie; white do., 154ltic; crushe.1 and powdered, 16 16c; coffee A, 14' 15c; B. 1414Mc; ex tra C. lSV14c: Demarara, 14S15c. Salt 'JW-pound barrels, $2 S62 45; dairv, ft 2bi 60. Spirits PI Igh wines, 9092c: proof apirits, $1 lul 16; reoUAed whisky, Starch 5 Vfesc par lb. So ai-- Moitied, Hjilu.S: yellow, 7X 8Hc: common, 67c. Candles. 1524o. Toha.io Prime natural leaf, light pressed, 70c 1 10; fine fancy Vs., 90cl ; fine bright pounds, 090c ; medium bneht pounds, 70S0c, common bright pounds. 6970e; medium bright half pounds, sound, 6270c; smoking, fine and fam v, 60S0e: medium and common, 35f50c. ViMsxiAB Common and Pickling, 16 COTTOH. An advance of . 'id occurred to-day in Liverjiool in ooiisequSDce of Hue war advices, and New York, also advanced C from las anas saaae. There were few. if any. buyers in this market uutil the news of the advance arrived, when there sprung up some speculative demand. Holders, though, became firmer, and generally ssked higher j.ricea. sod some of thm withdrew their tables from the market. The sales will foot up nearly 200 bales. We quote 34 bales Middlings st 18c, and 11 low Middlings st 17a. Tknsa two sales occurred esterdav evening. To-day 27 Low Middlings. 17 ,0: 14 Low 1 ll'asn. J 17Jie; 11 Middlinus, snd H Clean StaiueU at 14c.. At the close holders were firm, ami asked as follows: Good Ordi- I ary, U16c; Low Middlings, UH A BOOK FOR THE MILLIOI. SJ g ppi ACC A Private Counselor to as pan it I fa a. THt married or mose about litlifSfT to marry, on the pbyslotoajt aUiUa.. iosJ mrstries and revela- -uxuaJ yiU), with tha lalssl dlseovsrlsa u producing and preventing ofl sprliig, preserving the com plsilon, slo. This Is an Intereailng work of two hundred and twanly-four pages, with numerous aravii.ua. and oou talus valuable infonnattoo pr IhisMi who are uaarrleil or eonlenipiais marriage: still It Is a book that ousut to bs under locx and xey, ana noi iaia eareissaiy about the hoase. Hen l to anv one (free of oostace) tor Weenta. Adil-es Or Batts' Dispensary, No. 11 N. KlKhLU street, 1st. L,ouis, xo. Sir tr. On Amtd and Dai Sua nil Belore applying to the notorious Quaces s ... h j . rune in piiniic puie-rn, Ol Wiiik lU (4i'c KSMnnins, peruse Dr. Butts' work, no matter what your disease Is, or bow deplora ble yoar on Jliiun. It. Bnitaoan be oonaulted, personally or by mall, on the diseases mentioned In his works. Office. Mo. IS H. Klghth straet, bet. Markat sad ai. -ii. daw ESTABLISHED. Utt FORSYTH'S STANDARD SCALES. OF all kinds. If early Ml vartsiles, adapt to as; cry business. Every Scale MBla.1 ,.,uuj-t Br.n.11 . w r, nils 1 li.K nkl.!; i uiiim Am Cornei Monroe and front sweats, nauslw.' V&8i PRO PATRiA! For the Aid of the Wounded in Fatherland ! aRANrTpioisric To be given 'e the MEMPHIS TUKNVEREIN AT -ML U MBOIjDT PAXIK MMtfty. Spjrtmbvr 5, 1878. TM'ketft. fifty eei.u. Tli entire procNiiH to b tlevtHaiii u ike iti oi l uc oui.il.-a - oi '-rtQu. se-i BROOM'S OPERA HOUSE (JeflerinOQ street, near Main.) Oram. H. H. Broom L- Hnee Hnd Irrnetor ErOKMB . niu.v Ai-t iii U4iu Mauai-r Prof. PBAJIK. Amaula .Lt:uler oi On beulra niS rtTAXDAlklt VARIETY TH F. V- TER u open the year round with t powerint and talented corp ol mala an 1 female art iata. presenting each evening a programme repl.-t- wit n nunau-. mtrth aud luelotly. AdJOiiaH'.on. . Private Ktxt.s. s apT STEAMBOATS. FOR FRIAR'S POtST. FOR HELENA i FRIAR'S POINT Tli- new and elegant stesmer A. I. W a I TIC Malone, m-r This nlireiy new :nij .i- ui. .ff" m nsswnnxi r sLemutfr, built exi.res.s-nslsaSBsC Ii for This tradp, will leave as anov- every TfEsna y. I n i Knviinil satpbiiat, st h p m FOR NEW ORLEANS. Msmphis and New Orleans Regular Packet Line Season of 1870-71. BELLE LEE AbENTA. 1. Frank Hicks, Muter J. Stut Neal. Master Ona or the alsve elegant pas- m aenser packets will leave Mem-at r hla for Nw lirlesnseverv Wednesday, com raenclaK Wednesday, -t-t leniti. - 14lli, and will eoullnoe la tlie trade tbrooghout trie season. auj5 MEMPHIS & NEW ORLEANS LINE, SEASON OF 1870-71, The low-pressure steamer, RICHMOND, : : Nat Green, Master MOLLIE ABLE, : : Dan Able, master ONE of the above elegant pas- g senger paikets will leave WmKtttt MenipbLs for New ..irle:tns K Ear S att riiav, eomiBenclns: SatordaT. Septesn.i 17th. and will roaUnus lu Uie trade Uiroughout tha season. ly3 FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis and White River United States Mail Lisa. DrRING the anrnmer, andnntll , furilier notice, the boats ol j this line will leave Memphis river on TTiaoasd'yeB ri At 5 oc! i Sat-urci'ys ck p m. For freiiihl or passage anplv on board, or to W. H XeSNKDaY, Aient, Ho. . Madison st.. Htanton Block. Or to EldJOTT MILLER. Agents, aul No. '1 Fromenailis si . pp. Lnsasns LEGAL NOTICES. Trustee's Sale. O Y virtue of s 1 ed 1 cuted on me iftrh . Traf lo m ers- tr ( i.i-niner, iiw. losernrethe payment. ! o Hiersin bshs-i-: to M..-K nney. Brys .n Co. wniak said Liesd of Tro I w is rueorded In tlie n 14 ister's office o: Shelby county, Tenn., in Eooa No. a, psgs 1ST. on th second day of October, I will, on the 12th Day of September. 1870, Within, legal boars, ai the billisrd saloon kjitwu as ' Cadmus Saloon.' Ayres Hlock, Sauna street. Menipnts. prsc-ts! to nett, to the b.gHest bfddeT. for esse, all tha ar: Idea described In said Deed ol T'ost. consisting .a part ol wraltnTe, cnasrs. carpets iui.i .us flxturcs, or a sufficient amount to satiAf' said I'te l Trust. aut V. I'.KYHON. Trustee's Sale of Reai Estate. Y v irtue of a Deed of Trust execute! to J. .anplner or the sheriff of Ucsua county, Arai.ui.iis, hh aiteruste Trustee, by William r. woreeio.on uie it cisy oi reo ruar', tssi, and duly recorded in Book K, pace :ti. of the Records of iisiia cunty. Arsausas, to secure to rv u. on o , or their assignees, certain uudbbedues therein mentlone.it ami the sa'.l J. l.nipbleT, Trustee, having dedine.1 snd refnsetl dat t ss suub Trustee, which reiioiiaeewieut of his said trust is duly record' d in tiook. . psee ,ol the records ol said utsua couniy. Ar kansas: now. therefore in pu-- u.nce of the powers vested In me by asld Trust Deed, I will, on Tsesday. tbe 20th tfav of September, 1870, Between the honrs ot 9 o'clock am. and 4 o oioca p.nj tu front of Peterson's store- boose door, st Knowlton s Landius, near the nreuiises to be sold, in Lieslis eonntv. Arkan sas, aell to the highest bidder, for cash, the real estate situated in said Desha county, Srkansus. Conveyed bv said JlusL lleeii.de- scribed as follows, to wit: A certain tract or Daroel of land, situate, lying nnd tielna In county of Desha and sitate ol Arkansas, vis: The s E ur. of tbs a W qr the W of t he b W -. ami Ibe W Sol the N W W ut section No. 1 one, containing '41-lUI seres: the easi one-half, and the .IW'iof section two fl, containing UK) "2-lon seres; the north tialf fn s,l of section eleven 111, containing Jm . - he N ,. and the north partol Ihe o w ?4. slid tile north p. irl ol Uie sou ,ne.ol r. ol sscti. n t weive '.12, containing ill KZ-luV acres. to vownahlp No. 7. south, range 1 east. Tbe aonlh partot the N W of section seven pi, in towusblp seven south, rui.; 2 esL, con- jtliig UN 70 108 acres; the W Si of the B a, of section lb, in township six south, range one east, containing so acres. In all lottt so-iuu acres, of which about acres are olearud, known as tbe Wortleid tract of lands, Tbe title to said properly lu believed to be gcssl, bnt I sell mid con vej- only x; Trustee Equity of redemption burred. ALFRED A. KIUNUION. Sheriff Jyai) llesl.H.sni3jl.y. A .-anit.s. T' iwlee. ?5 St rv 0 i d 0 to 0 i 00 0 S I m o 00 c 5 D a X D O m 2 O o cn AGENTS WANTED 10 SELL THE Medical Adviser. BY DR. REZIN THOMPSON, F. 0. 8ARNUM & CO. Old fir Pooloy, Baraua 4. Co., 265 MIN STREET, COR. COURT. New & Rich Jewelry Ml .law EDUCATIONAL. Oaiiics Institute, 109 MADIHOlf WTKBET, ariXL open on the rtrst Monday In Sep tember. for clrculara, apply at the in stllute or book-stores. Miss V. n BOWklRH, anil alias U. W. noWh.ES, PrUiclpsia. ST. MARY'S SCHOOL, 358 POPLAR STREET, Mrs. MAIiY K POPE, PrincijiaJ. T TIE twenty-ninth session of this Hehool opens the . ssa First Monday is September. Circnlars at tbe principal book -stores, anil at the School. Parents will please enter the pu pil refore tbe day of opening. JySo GEORGETO WN COLLEGE, D. C. THE academic exercises of the college will be resumed on the First Monday in September. The Lectures In the Medical and Law De part menu will commence in October. For further particulars, unply to the Presi dent, rar-Ul REV. JOHN EARLY. S J. MEMPHIS FEMALE COLLEGE, No. 2S& Aildxaa Street, WILLIAM CARROLL. A.M., PRINCIPAL, ASSISTED by a fall corps of competent teachers, file next session of Ui is insti tution will begin on the First Monday in September. aw Circulars can be obtained st the look storea, or on application to the Principal. ut Academy Immaculate Conception, T aclison. Tenn. rr"HIs Institution is pleasantly situated In X a lieulthy and plclurusu.ue part of Mad bion county. Tlie convenience of access to Jactrsou from all parts of the West and South, and tbe acknowledged health fulness of tie to ice, recommend It ss a point highly fn v. ruble lor the location ol a literary lnsU ssMutd. The Academy Is nuder the eharge of the bisters of St. Do lu lb if. Ttiesystem of educa tion Is the same ss tnat pursued at l. Agnes, Memphis, and similar lnstlutlons in Ken tucky. It .a every way calculated lo secure all tne nims of education, moral and Intel iectun! ewfture, rlfinement of manners, and pbv steal improv'eciient. The rss. i. in will commence the First Monday of September. Cor further Information address the M'rtber (Superior of the Aca-lemy. augS MRS. MAY'S SCHOOL, INt.H tKPORATKD by act of lieneml Assem bly vt Teunessss. Deesanoer lu, 180s, will hereafter bo known under the style of TURLEY ENGLISH AND FRENCH FEMALE INSTITUTE, Memphis, Tennessee, Corner oi Wellington and Linden. A full anil efficient corps of experienced teachers employed. Ihe Fall Term of the year 1870 will com mence THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st, 1870. For circular and further Information, address Mas. LETITTA MAY, auL'l daw Principal. Stewart College, CLARKSVILLE. TENNESSEE. SESSION, sepi-iuber 11470, to June 1 1. 171. Kev. J. It. ailfelARER, A. M.. of tbe t ntversity oi Virginia, President, etc., assisted by an able faculty. Send for a circu lar ansa WEST TENNESSEE COLLEGE JACKSON, TKTTNKSSEE. SVf EXT session begins September 7th. Tul isl 1 ion. fin, SI i. 2U. 325 snd $;! per session ol five UMintns. r'or catJiitgues. address Secre tary of the Faculty. suJ2 OO LUMB X j&l. FEMALE INSTITUTE, Maury Couirtv. Tenn. Rt. Rev C. T. auintaruTo.D., S.T.D.. Visitor. Rev. George Beckett, Rector. Mrs. m. H Martin. Principal. Assisted by a tell and effective corps, of experienced teachers. The 187(1 Fall Term of the Year WILL COMMENCE Monday, Sept. 12. s- r'or circulars and further information, address REV. GB.O. HEllKETT, 1y0 Columbia, Tennessee. MACON MASONIC COLLEGE, Situated at Macon, Fayette Co., Tenn., 7A MILKS east of Memphis, and 7 miles 0J north of Lafayette Depot, on the Mem phis and Charleston Railroad, Will be Re-opaaed September 5th, 1870. FACULTY: Kit. O. W. Joh.nsto.s. A.M.. President, Pro fessor of (Jroek and Ktnlua. O) A. Hi'irrss, A.M., ProiesFor of Latin and French. R E. HvxaitL. A.M., Professor of Mathe- matlcK and Natural Philosophy. W. M. Riodhk, A.B., Teacher of 'Kng'isli TOlTIOaltsaJC Per scholastic year, preparatory, (MO. and KM. i'er scholasUo year, collegiate, too. t and M. Board, room furnisiieil. and fuel, $15 f month. G. T. HUNTER, M D., President of the Board of Trustees. T. Q. M uasll i. Ksu., 1 ei ri v auls Park Avenue Academy, S 1-2 Miles from Memphis. XKA R Memphis and niarleatrm railroad. Tlie seventh session opena (September 5, 187 It students prepared for the University of Vli-ginia or any college. 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SEPARATIWG COTTOM-GIN. THE COTTON CROP OF 1870 b. e:maj, tr. 8. llAVIH, J. T. FAiiUA-tGH, (1. H. JUDAH, J. N. OLIVER, C. BBUXM, STEWTON FOIIC, W. W. THATCHiB W. P. FROCDFIT, W. W. YOCPfG, W. R. MOORR, j. w. JKFyiiRao, CCPAJiTaMS. F. S. DAVIS, President NEWTON FORD, Vice-President W. W. THACHER, Cashier. C. W. SCHULTE. Ass t Cash! IAN be ?atli -rd in the bolWhaila. LeotTes, j Ktenu and all. The drop coLUm muti ua- K .a can e n vtnl. ;PAUATISG C"OTTO?f-Gl3r Will BST6 tSL anrt in it ul :laoer, rat. a ad lew nBpp' I Tint, t-hau can be made from the same tleia i u the ouuai way, by tfce beat gium now ill Urifc. M0 -enl for circular. DoWf rAUEC0.,St. T-oalH, Ma, LEGAL H8TICES. Bill for Divorce. EMMET BANK, No. I and 3 Madison Street, Xliofl. ririor, eas't. SKLLH Ulgftt DraHs on Ireland, and Three an-iSiiil Daya' ttiaiJton London, at Hew York rales; and can draw la sums to anil nrchaiera on all ine principal cities and iwna 1 a Continental Europe. Aim, transact a general Exchange and Saak i uy Business. 'x'1 Non-Resident Notice. So. . In tne First Chancery Court of Shelby rountv, Tennessee. nenry nice, wiiiium FMix. "Bepjamin Klsetnan and Jon ..than ltic. nrm .ii Rice. Btla A Cn., vs. Hugh L. Rrinklay. IT appearing from the affidavit In this eanae tnsilhe defendant, William ! NlcnolB. Is a non-resident of the iiste of Tennessee and Is a resident of the ta of Sew Yurie: It la therefore ordered. Tusi he make tils appearance herein, at the oonrlhouM. in the ciiy of Memphis, Tenn. .on the flrat Monday In Oct-iber. 1870, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for con leased ss to him and set for hearing; ex parte; and thai a copy ol this order be pnnllshed onee a week, for tour successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. A copy attest : ELMI7ND a. COLE, Clerk and Master By R. J. Klack, Dennty i lerk and Master. L. A E. Lehman. Hols. "r compt'nt. mu Wo. 4. --In the Second Chancery Court ol Hhelby conn ty, Tennessee. LxinC. asymour va t-'mory l Seymour. A BILL for divorce having been filed In J Hits court, and it ap. eiirins: from the tijbteiuenrs made nnder oath In Maid bill that the defendsnt, upon Inquiry at hla usual place oi anode, cannot be ,'nuud bo as tubs served with pi-oces, and that there is lust oui!d to believe that he la gone beyond the LlraitM of the N-.ate : U Is ttierefore ordered. That he make his appenrauce herein, at the court-house in the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the Sjrs4 Monday In October, lbTO, and plead, an swer or demur to complainant's til.'l, oribe same will be taken for eonfe:ised as u him, ami vet lnr iieartuK eapane; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, (or tour successive weeks, in the Memphis Ap peal. Done at nffl. e this the 13th of August, hTTO. A copy aiieio M. I). l. STEWART, Clerk and Master. Bv (iao. Mallcmy, Deputy C and M. Warriner, Lee A Thurmund. Sols, for complainant- an!4 Non-Resident Notice. Wo. 55. In the Reennd Chancery Coort of Shelby county, Tennessee. The First Na tional Bank Memphis vs. John Hudson, r . ... Morse and Dana J. Jooelyn. IT sppeanni; from bill in tius eaaas that the detsndanU, E. L. Moras and Dana J. Jocelyn are uon-resldents of the Htate of TenneMce: Ilia tuereforeorilired. That they raakethelr appearance herein, at the Courthouse in the city oiMemuh.il, i'euu., uu or belore the first Monday in October, INTO, and plesd, answer or demur to complainant'R bill, or the same will ho iakeu for confessed ss to them and aet for hearing expane; and that a copy of this or der be published once a week, est four suc cessive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal This August u, jsm A copy atteat M D. L. STEWART, Clerk snd Master. By Uao. M allsry. Deputy ". and M. Hntchlnsou A Towu.end. Sola, for snm pialnaut. au.'tl Non-Resident Notice. So. lltiSU. in ihe Beond Chiinoery ourt ol Shelby county, Tennessee, inn Tuompwiu, by next irrend, va J. W. Thorn p.ou ei si. TT appearing from afflc'avlt lu una cause t I that the defendant, V". B. Wnldcu. is a non-resident of the Stale oi Tennessee : It is ther tore ordered, ihst lie mske hla appearance herein, at the court-house iu the efty of Memphis, Tenn.,on or before the first Monday in October. 17U. and plead, an swer or demur to complainant's It-1 1. or the same will be taken lor con. eased as to him. and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy of this order be pnbliaacd once a week, for four successive weeks, in the Memphis Daily Appeal. This August in, 1B7U. A copy attest: M. B. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. By Oao. M m.i.kbv. Depnty C. and M. Ueo. Wsahlnittr n. isoi. fw eompl'nt aula Bill for Divorce. Wo 8IL B. D. -In tha Second Circuit Court ol Shelby county. Xseklel T. Keel va Martha C Real. A' BILLfordlvoree having been filed In this case, and it appearing ijuni affidavit that the delsaidant, Martha ' Keel is a non-resident of the state of Tennessee : It IS therefore ordered. That ahe make her appearance herein, at the court-house in tne city of Memphis, Tens., on or before the liilrd Monday iu September. PCu. and plead, answer or demur to complainant's hill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to her, and set for hearing ax parte : and that a copy ol this order be published once a weak, for four successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. Done at office, this Sth day f Nsgust. 170. p. D. BOY LB. Clerk, By W- Lswis Whahtow, Deputy Clera. Mjltou P. Jsrnagan, Sol. lor compi'nl. siliO Non-Resident Notice. Nn . In the Second CMsncery Court of she by eonntv, Tennessee. John P. Ca rnlhers and H. Clay King and Archlbali Wright and L. D. McK'.sslck, who sue lor i a.-.,..: von and such ol the oilier creditors ol William English, deceased, as may elect to become parties hereto, va. Margaret Bris- oe and her husband, Anderson Uriscoe, and their unknown children, and Morrla Kngliah, JoaunaHherldan and her linshnud. Thomas Sheridan, lu their own rights, and said Thomas Shorklan, aa admiuisuator de bonis non with tbe will of William Eng lish, deceased, anuexed; Catherine M8 Uratb, admtnis'ratrtx of John Motirath, deceased; Patrljck Cunningham, tteorge Arette and Mary Wtcks IW this csuae 11 appearing to the Clerk and Mtuoxr from he bill which la sworn to. that the defendants, Margaret Briscoe and her husband, Anderson Briscoe, and their children, whose names are unknown, and Hnrrm Knululi. are non-residents or the Stste of Tennessee, so that process of sub poena cannot be served upon them : it therefore ordered bv the Clerk and Master of said oourt, that the asid Margaret Hriacoe and her husband, Anderson Briscoe, and their children, whose names are un known, and Morris aluallah. do enter their appearance In this cause, on the Rule dsy In i ii-ioii.r next, being the first Monday la said month, at the Clerk and Master's office of uiri r.nit-ln the oourt-house ol sani ..-our' which la held at said court-house. In the city f Menmhis. Tennessee, and plead, answer or demur to the bill In this cause, or the same will he taken for oonXessed aud heard ex- mrte; a copy of this order shall forthwith he ii nbltahed. for four oonsecuuvi! weess in me v. nnhi. Duiiv Anueal. a fiewsDaner regu- lu rly pnnteil and published In the city of M Mil phis. The object oi mis inn is io sou ut t.hn n.vment of debts the real es tate of William English, deceased, the de- fttn.liiiim. Manaret Briscoe, and her un- irr...iii chitilren. and Morrla English and Jo anna Siieridan. being his devisees under his will. This August a. 1B1U. A copy attest: HL O.L- STEWART. Clerk and Master. By tiao. littxif, D. C. aneLM. A. Wrlaht. Sol, lor oomplainanL an25 Chancery Sale of Real Estate -ow- ftednesday, September 28, 1870 Tor circulars- atinlv to TT Vutii A Cn n .1 af Hash villa Tonnaotaa I Taylor, Radford A Co., Memphis. 01 ajasnVIMH, I enneSSM, . Jya W. L. MILLKR, M.A., iMnelpal. lhompso on Kever," JKc. EMMA MERCER INSTITUTE, A'Uhor QJ inompson on 4 KULL and Plain Treatise on tha Laws of J V Health aud Disease, sod the theory and practice ol Medicine, especially adapted for family use. As a household medlcaT woik It has no rival. It Is Indorsed bv the moat emi nent physicians In the country. North. Mouth, East aud West. Its meatt and reliability are thus placed beyond question. This work is needed in every household. It Is sound economy for even the poorest family to boy It- Wo hook otters greater in dneeassasa to saaats. Send for circulars, with terms and testimonials, to i.a.noaax PiiSLisaiso Co., m and 27 Second ssreet, Memphis, Tenn. auW daw Sr .nada. Mississippi, T'HE next session of this institution will, oommence on Wsdoaaaay, the 21st of September. A lull corns of iiisi motors in every depsrtment, oi experlenoe and the highest professional talent. The house) Is be ing refitted and renewed from top t a bottom, OS at las and in. rot tor ma and information apply 4o . ..O.'.i Mas. Dtt. B. T. HOLCOMRE Qrsnad , MI4 a. Wo. 4190 In the Seeond Chancery court of Shelby conn-, Tenn James Wilde, Jr., A Co. et si. vs. John H. Wsggsner. BV virtue of an order 01 aale made in this cause. I will sell, at public auction, to the iuoaeai bidder. In front of tbe Clark and Master's ofnee or the Second Chancery court of Snelby county. In tbe city of Memphis, Tennessee, on Wednesday, Kenteniher 28, 1S7U, within lesl hours, tlie following described real estate, to-wit: Lying and being in tbe county oi Shelby, Htsw of Tennessee, and In the city of Memphis, and bounded and de scribed as follows: Beginning on the north side of Jefferson street at Iron stake on the asst bankol hayou Uayoso; running thence easVarardly with the nortu side of JeTIeraon street sixty r0 feet to a stake: lliencs north wardly at right angles with Jfeflerson atreit one hundred and forty-eight feat sis luclies to a ataka); thence westwardly sixty feet to a men oe soutuwaruiy oue uuuured and Na'i-RMsident Notice. Wo. St In the Second Chaucery Court of Shelby conn;;.-. Ten usSaas. J ernes B. Rag. land and Mary A. E. Itemhert vs. Wicholaa L. Remhert tt al. . . t- fT appeorrfj from bill In this cause that X th. defendants, I .'nlel B. Anderson, Lonisa M. Anderson. DwSaaa UagJand, Nathaniel Ragii.uU and Sfuuuella Kagland are raai teiiis 01 lue Slate of Arkansas aud uon-rsa-iient s.ir the flt'ite Tennessee: It la therefore ordered. That they make Uielr acpeamnoe herein, sf- the oourt-house In the cily ot Mempb s, T nu.. on or before tbe His: Monday In October, 170, and uiaa.l. answer 01 demur to complainant s bill, or tue same will be taken for confessed as to 'hem, ana set tor neurtug exparte : and 'li.it - opy of this order be published once a week, tor lour su.t. s- ive -,v.-eks. In the Mem phis Appeal. This August '2, 187(1. A copy attest: sL D. L. H'LWAKT. Clark and Master By (jso. Mai lkkv. Deputy C. ami M. Vance A Ande-sou. Sol. for compln'ta. an'2S Administrator's Notice. HE insolvency of the eat-ate of Thomas Trustee's Sale. BW virtue of a Dssd of Trust exeented to me on the- Uth day of May. 1SU, by Tha opbilus l'ntehett, and dasy recorded m the Register's office or Shelhy county, Tennesee. tn Hook Not 72. page T. and for the purpose of paying the debtaenrtd thereby, I will, on Saturday. 24th Day sf Septewber, 1370. Between the hours of Id o'clock a-aa. and 12 o' lock m., on the southwest corner of the In tersectlon of Third snd Jell.-raen streets, and In front of the ofBee 01 Mel'allnm A King, Memphis. Tennessee, sell, at public suction. lor ca h. to tne highest bidder, a certain lot or psroel of ground, situate iu the city of Sfssjl 11 lili. Toaneasee, and bounded, as de- scrlbe.1, as follows, to-wlt: Beginning H. J. I'att.llo'a northwest c amerou ;H aids of Monroe street extsnd thence east with Monroe fitty-fonr leet; thence aout . with said street about one u r six feet to M. L Mescliam's .ine: thence wear witn said snd parallel with said Mon.o four feet; theaoa uurlii with -east boundary line and at rial asld Monroe street about one huudred ami fllty-elk feet to the begtnn.ug. K.i ty uf redemption Is waived by aai" Trust Deed. Tha tiile is bslievl to be good but ' sell and uouvsy only as trustee. auJi W, p. McCAlXL'M, fruawe. .. rtity l altili. V tiles wiiii Chancery Sale of Real Estate On Tuesday, Sept. 6, 1870, Wo SZ. O. R. D. Second Chancery Conn opbilns Prttchet. of Shelby county, William Tucker vs. Tha- Dphilus Pritrtiet. I Y virtue of tul order of sale 1 virtue of n order of sale in the above 3 cause, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front of the Clerk and Master's office of tbe Second Chancery ' ourt of Shelby county. In the elty of Memphis, Tennessee, on T gested according to law, all persona navlng any claim or claims against said estate are heri iv noi.iht.li to appear belore tne t eusaty Court clerk of Shelby county, Tenn., and file tne same, aui lieutlcated tn the manner pre scribed by law, on or before the 4th day ot Wovember. 1ITU; and any claim not filed on or before said day, nrbefore an appropriation of the funds of said estate is made, will be forevsr barred, I10U1 by law and eo,ully. THOS. KjlELY, Admlslralor of Thomas Muillsn. deceased. August 4. 1S70, ana) Attachment Notice. H. J. Enaeit vs. J. W. Irwin. BEKOKE -I AM88 Ii Alii.. Justice of the Peace for Shelby county, aifidavlt havina been mad.-: a this cause, and attachment tssuexl snd returned, levied, etc.: It is therelore ordereil. That publication be made in tne Memphis Daily APrkAi a liewsourjer nublishcd In the city of Mem phis, lor tour successive weeks, commanding the said J. W. Irwin to sppear before me at my office, city ol Memphis, in uiu .tu ctvu nisi rlct ol said couutv. u the 'Jtrth day u" ,-i.r. inner. 187U. at ill o clock a.m.. and make defense to said suit against him, or It will be proceeded with ex parte. JAMT34 HALL. Justice Peacs for Shelbv couutv, Walter Coleman. Attorney for Plt'fL aula Administrator's Notice. TUK undersigned hereby gives not I oe to ail psraoas hsviug claims against the eslate ol Hu.uc K. Hill, deceased, To present the same, duly vertfltal. and to all persona i-ide iu. 10 su. t esiat. ... come inrwara sua uiakesstt-lemeu.s within the t lme prescribed by law. Payments may be made, or claims presented, to my attorney, L nas. A. cnoata Wo. 270 Second street, or to me, at my resi dence at Buuryn. augt ELIZABETH C. RILL. Adm'x. IALR pOB SALE Tne three-story Brtck-honse V and lot, JKo. -il Wsshingum street. Terms asy; r will lease on long time. noli SALE or lesae on long time, Lot Wo. 70 A Beale street, and lot .o, iu Msdison ss. R SALE The two-story Brick-house and Lot Wo. 152 Main street. nOR SALE Seventy-three acres of fine cot- L ton land within i must oi oenatoma Mississippi. Inquire st Wo. M9 Msln street, between th hours of 13 m. and 2 p.m. eul4 J. D. STEWART'S COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE, No. 110 Alabama Street, Tuesday, Sept 6, 1870, Within legal hours, the following described real estate, to-wlt: Beginning at the north west corner of s lot conveyed to William W. tioud by said Pntchet ib deed reglatered in tbe office or tha Resistor .. dheioy .-ouuty, Tennessee, iu book 41, part 1, pages J& and 334) : thsnce north and parallel with Welling ton street to Monre street extended to a point IS- feet from tbs sou' beast intersection of Wellington and Monroe streets; i hence wlta Monroe street extended east on.- hundred ami elgh y and one-half feet to a point on the southern line of Monroe atreet. opposite said bond's northeast cornel : thence south to aald Hand 'a no. IS swat corner; thence west with said Bond's line oue hundred and eight and one half feet to the beginning. Tbkxs of Sals. On a credit of 7 months porenaser executing bond, with oai secur ity, and lien retained upon the land to secure purchase montty. Reuuy of redemption barred. Purchaser or purchasers must "omply with the terms of safe within ten .lava or thesuid property will be advertised anil reHold. and tbe delinquent pur aaser charged with the costs. This, August N7a If. D. L. Sl'EW ART, Clerk and Master, i lspp, Vance A Anderson, so b. tor compl't aug Hv- agreement of parties, 'he nbove sale Is postponed until the -nil day ol September s.n. A plat u; said land ciu oe aeau at my office. This Augnsl XI, 1fl7rl. M. 1). I, HTEWAHT. Clerk and Master Administrator of Rdai Estate' BY vlrtneof aecreeolthwChanfery Toart, tilting in and lor the coamy of LowudN am! Staid oi MisHinfiippi. mt tta July Term, i : 1870, tuMxeoi. in uud. -ined. tislmiuistrator de Ixmls non of trie eslaleoi Ransom U. byrns, iteaaed. will On tbe I6tb Day of December 1870, Next, between the hoars prescribed by law la iront ' f the coart-lionse door oi the cjunfT 01 Turn -i, in satd Stale of MlSMiesiDpl, t-vonne for h1, a', pabllc auotloa, to the burbesT nt der, ior oae-tbird csb, and tbe balance in one and two yean, with, six per oeni. inuret from date, tbe following deacrlbe 1 real estate, located, lying: and beiuK in mid nonntT of Tuniaa. an loilowa, to wtt: KTaotlouai wctlou ltf, oontaininsc k acr-; rracunnai seoli-in 17. containing 5i atirts; noulh bait of fractional section lit, containing Jttt acres, section oh. ami 71. and east half ol tertton 7 (went naif and KJSrUieast onrtr .etloii '2v ; frnc- Uoorl BOQlb half section 23; mctiona and 29: a. 1 in township -i, ranee IL Also HccUon -1, aonuieasl inarter section nortbtiast uaarter section 3b, toatb fraction.U bait of section &f, west ball of section 3U; all in township ranice fractional -uii.n u urwnnnip . ransw i; Houtbwesl quarter section eft, half ot nortbeaas uuarur, eat ball of aoucbeasi qnarter, and southwest quarter of south -aat iuarter oi section a; wi, nan ftemon , Mutbwest nnarter of section H, snutnesMt quaTwer of seotion H. soutb went quarter ot sec tion 10. weal llail o see.iou u. east naii oi secllou U. ail oi sectioua 1. 17. IS a dltf: wesi half ol section 2u, so a ui west quarter of sec tion a, east half and soutbweft quarter of section all of section weal half ot sec tion 2, wast half of section 2: ail of secUun M; soaih balf of section -7, nortiieaat quarter of section JS, snatheast quarter of secllou '), sections a5 and 38: all in towusblp 37, range 1. Also, lots 8. 4, ft. , 9, 10, n, 12, lit, If and 16. fa section IS. township J9, range 2; also, 2.. 4.6. tt, 7 and S. in aertkiwta, towusblp range Z. To be soldin parcels not io exceed one hun dred and sixty acres l a any one tract. W W. BTUMPHHIK8, Jr.. Adnnnistiator de bonis non of Hansom II. Br ms- Hy order of the t'-jort. K.UtLV H EN PRICK, ( lerk. SherifFs Saleof Real Estate. BY Tlrtaa ot a vecditioni exponas to me directed from the Pint Circuit Court of Mhsiby oonnty, I will, on Saturday, the 13th August Next, Proceed to ami. to the him est bidd-r. for cash, withui lesai hours, lu trout ot tha Sheriff's office, ou Second atxssu lu tha iareeniaw Opera Balidlug, city of Memphis, the ml. ow ing desert hd reel estate, to-wlt: A certain lot or parcel of land lying and being .a the county ol dhelby. and Mate of Tsunaaasa, being a part of soMl vision of Bloek Mo. 67, fronting iU lest ou the north aids of Jessa mine street and extending back north 1U0 feet, immediately east rtf Mr, Tripp's real- aenos on rseais aaiwea, auupmiL iflnncsasa, being the same lot ion vy ml to John 8. P'.yun by Babertsun Topp by need dated May U, 1H82. Also, a certain lot or parcel of ground situated, lying and being in the county ol Shelby and (Mate of Tennessee, situated on St. Hailla alisaa In tha city of Memphis, and fronting lis feet on -4L Martin street, and run ning back east to the bayou 72 feet, a more complete description of which la given In a certain dead ol trust executed by John L. Morgan to Thomas H. Logwood, daSad Jan uary IS. UK. Also, a esrtain pleas or pat fat of land situated, lying aud being In the State taie of Tennessee, front- 5KXT SESSION Septomber : First - Class MAIN STREET STORE-HOUSE FOR RENT. ONE of the meet prominent and neutral on the atreet, butted for the most extensive wholesale or retail trade, may be rented tor the next twelve months, on early application to ROYKTP-K, TREZHTVAlfTa' CO., H. L. euros. Kenlal Agent. sari forty-eight feet six inches to the beginning; being pari oi original tnwiiirv ioi an. Tbsm o SAIA-Ou a credit of twelve mouths, purchaser uxecntlng note with good security, and lien retained uutil purchase money la fully paid. Kqulty of redemption i larrert. Purchaser or purchasers must comply with the terms of sale within ten days, or Uie said Sroperty will be advertised and resold, aud ie dellnqaant purchaser changed with the oasts. This August 27, ISTu. M. D. L. WHWABT, Clerk snd Master. Koru Tbt Craft. Soto, lot txunslfs. aaaf LOOK TO VOUR CHILDREN. THE GREAT SOOTHING Mri. Whiloumb'a tyres Mrs. Whticomb't Syrup. Prim 'Jd Sssa Priet Cures Colic and Urlplag in the Bowels, and facili tates the process of Teeth ing. - - . .-- Hutsinea Convuialons and overnomivsil dlssases in cident to Interna and Chlidrea. Mrs. I"1" "? TlZSTr I P1"101 Jn ohildren of ail --v ( asasv It is the ure vt Infant's and Children's Booming uemsor IB au disorders brought an by Teething or any other cause. Prepared by the UBAPTOIT MKSICTjn CO., tit. Louis, Mb. Bold ba druggists and daaUn id. medlolna e?erywar. tyjHfW couutv of .Shelby. lng 11 feet on Walnut street, Memphla, Ten nessee, and running back 169 fast In depth off of the soutnern part of alx acres of land pur chased at oMaaassry sate by Boaart H. Smith, and -ransierred by said smith lo Samuel P. Walker, and being a portion ol the asms land vested in Charles Jones by a decree of the Chancery Court of Memphis, rendered tn the case of Hswtsst Pasd, Adm r of Tbasaas Mali, deceased, el ai. va. John 6. Clayton et al., on the sth day of April, 18H, levied on aa the p roperty of defendant, James c. Logan, to 7.1.7 an execution In favor of tt. S. Hubert, sou. surviving partner, at,, tor lU.liS OK with lnieraat and costs ot suit. The above aale Is postponed until Friday, October 14. 1876. Mjutcrm j. whiuht, -SbeTitt of Shelby eonnty. 1. ft Wlnw. A t.t'v for nlalnl : rt v S0008AR & eiLULA?'), Exfllhe WsmIimS) Dstlert .t BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, m aim MTKEKT, WZHRTXR BL& X. Wear now rseelvtnjosnT 8g largrst we have erer offered MssBLawn will Sad It ta i... sxamiae before buying. s. 'JO nil N SEPTENNIAL INSTITU '"E I3PL. R.UaSEIi-' s SEPTENNIAL MEDICAL LW'iTuTL, 42 North Court St, Meurphts, 'I'HIH Instnntlon, tnf)noiaTi!d by fia 1 State of reunaaaacis a legalised -nation of icitniide fuy.ielaas joui Saigo .a devoted to th,- freat'nent of patients, gad i atrueUous in tha taeory snd practice of t .e CHEMICAL SYSTEM Of MESICiN . it Is divided into the followtng liepartmen'i: KEAi. l.Ei-aSTxT.-lri this department every eoaa plaint known to womau is tr. u al with unvarving soecsss. Can. -as l.ii-AHran.vT.- Canora and tomr.rs axe hre enred in ninety .eight cases nut ot every hnnared. Dirnimasrma H sa st DteSASvs in 11 is depart.-neni this forml.iabie rtltmai la irsa-- d with the most gratifying raaa-ta. Us p a mm bst roa sua iiissassa -a'.v 7 form of skin diseases seraaaneui.y ssa d kere ( 'oMStrsrmosi awn CATasau I:kts- r. The professors In tbiadesertineui have ma la nuuay laaperiani dlarovenea in tbe n .-n .. tt oi ibag, tliroatan! nose diseuaes. KVS ass Ksa UicPASTau r. The ve s: d ear isost tenderly and uriatapuai. 1 iy hewe'ed. 1 osriDSqmax. IisrAarMssT. I -ev.-.l o the exrliislv treat meal of a class 01 gaaJ y dies, nsmelsas nere, by an able prnleaaoiv , . rtuiuiHAl. I'aFABrsaMT. We daily enoi a the most imporiani operations known o surgery. All artel ra at a private character ueui..- credly coufldeutlal. Sap- office bourafroniSa'slsrk in the mnr 1 tng till tl o'clock in the evening. Open eve y Sunday forenoon, from D a.m. to 12 in. J. H. RCS8JCLL. M .U.. Coosaiting PL y i. iu. J. C. Watstv Hecretery. L Q. Wsssas. Treasurer. dwa tv? Jslos, as Omit Ho. In tbe Second Chanaarw Court gajaiDT connty, tin asss lamia B. 1 land at al. va. j amea 1 . . uilarws et ai. IT appearing from bill In this cause that the defendants, James T. Anderson. John W. Anderson. Elisabeth L. Anderson. Daniel B. Anderson, jr., Mary L. tv Anderson. Cornells D. Anderson, Dudley Hogland. Nathaniel Bagiand and Samueila Baglaud are residents oltLe state of ArkanEas and nou-resldenU of the State of Tennessee: It is therefore ordered, That they make their appearance herein, at tna i-oun.ni city or or demur to aampiaiaant a 0111. in the first is city Monday LEGAL NOTICES. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue, 1 VISION co and W. B. the :utu day In the Haiui Book S... 7i. tbs payiaeut In lully ilesi-ribed. in irUanca Willi Ihe prn dee.1 made i.y L. K -to me, as trot.. .- 1 y, MS. duly record- I the said L. Ho Uie said W. is. Ureeniaw. 1 will, oa The M day or October, 1870, wltlini ; .;.U hours, prococd 'o i frnnt of Hit itenii.-s, on rthelby trt. tl a follow log tis,-i ibt-ii proprTy,io lh litij'u t bidder for en-h. to-srH: The south fesjM "t loJji Nos. six tfit, revn f7i, and eisjht i. 1 bJut'k Wo. il ill) aetf-nrdiaic to ihe p : i of Houtli MemphiM. iy 014 oaUm Vat .ile ! Sheily treetTfronUni; ou !idaSreS wni -feet, and running bneiL w wnHy between' psvrmllei lines, d rlchL urti; with tfb"Iby street loan aller. with ail 19 rUbta snd prlTllege thrennt j belong' 11-4 r iu asywlit appertaining. The equltv oi rtdausptioa in snrtstJy waived In ssud deed ot trut and Uu title .4 beilevtd to e perfect. I convey only i trua ee. ,eel M. MElt K. Truu . TRUST SALE. BT virtne ot the terms and powers of a Trust Ieed executed to me is Trustee hw Davis Cockrill and D. ('. Croris, on the ttth di.y of February. Hss, a.nd dnly registered in the Register's office of snelby county. Tnnesa, in Book No. 7U, psges (77, ;;, J7, jau, Jsl, I will, on the 6th Day of SeptsalMr, 1870, At the front door of the rnurt-houe. in t ie elty of Me -phis, iu which tbe 'hsi y courts of Hhelby county are held, procei .1 o sell, at public aucl io-i.to the high, hi btdda r, for cash the twliuwiug decrlbad real asta a (r so much thereof as may lie necessary o pay off the indebted 11 hbu nieutlonei -tc.i I due iu ald Truat Deeil . .Ituateu tn hr' y county, Ter u esses, vix: Lyin(;un lliet.erm.-i-i-town piankroad. about fon-miles from t' e elty of Memphis, being lots Sos. A. i. 7. is. i L, as designated 011 a piai 01 a auodiv .t.ii.11 o a teU-acre tract o. land-formerly aw net! y JameH C. Jones, deresJed. anil kli- wn BS1 e ' Kirnbroutri land." conuiluing tn it! I '. e huudred and Be rty-dve an I firty-n.-tt-sera.; a more perfect dicrlptlon ot Is onntalneii rn a deed of lonvpysnc said Jonas to DavisCoeai'llI. lated Bss J&. and regi-twred in tlie Hee.a tgl of Bhelby . ounty. In Book K. No. Its .i) id !. a fron -in : r .odi a pssj a Ml. H'J an-l i -s. April J. l; Alao, a certain other trt or psreel ot lan.t, lying In the oonnty of Mheiby ami Htate f lenuessee, on the ileruausiwD plaakroaL ahont lour miles .rom the city ot if.-mph ., It being lot No. 12, of the aubdivtstou of ti.s aaid James C. Jones, deceaaed.ot n tract land tvlnc on said piankroad, eoulainit g lib 3-lta( acres. Also, a esrtain other parcel of land, belnS a part of lot S-. 'J, of the aaid aubdivlslon, c u tainlng .0 acres-s more particular ileiwrii. tloa ot loss No. 12 snd No. i Is to be loand ! a s deed from the nsid James '. Jonea lo U.a said D. Cockxiii, bearing dale November : , lioH and r.giatered in the Heglster'a office f ihelby county, tn Bnok No. ', pages .e4, 16 aud MM. April -ft. IV.7 Also, the land Heretofore conveyed by 1 i.e aaid D. C. Cross to aaid Coekrill by warm y deed, dated May 34. las, and recorded in Bo. k 57. part let. page 44. In tlie Register's office -tt dhelby aoai.t', Taonsssae, co alnlag auout Si 7VIUH acres ail ol the aforementioned lets ur tract ol land are parts of the taut Kl brough tract of 4W seres, snd contain tn all abou' 'M4 17-109 acres. Also, a certain otner t rant or parcel r.t lai 4 lying in the county of nheiby and .ii if Tennessee, and in the city ol Memphis, be! g a part of the east half of block No. Aon ti-s corner of Main and McCaU streets, ss w.d appear by reierence to the maps of thecal commencing al a ate ice on ihe uortti aide of M.all atreet, where the west side of Ms a atreet lntem ecta the aarae; thence wes wunlly with the north aids of Mot nil atret t ISO feet to a a take on an alley; thence w la said alley uunhweutily To feel u a atak.-; thence east 150 feet to a .Like ou ti e west of Main atreet: thenca southwardly with the west aide of Main atreet to the twain run . uelug the same lot whioh was conveyed 10 Bra said D. Coekrill bv Jahu II. apeeu, .. nam B. irMiuobosmt John c. mrau listed 17th day uf February, U5S. an. In the Register's ogles of Wheiby . Book No. -3. part aei-uud, pages 'Jill a Is aaid Deed of Trust the etiu.ty o tlou is not waived, i shall conv purchasers at aaid aale as Trustee n Sale within legal Hours. S04 JAMBi L. UOL)L)E. x 1 si ll a TRUST SALE. Memnhis. Tennessee, on tbe in September, 1S7U, and plead or 11, bitioe will be taa-n :or eon! ss to them, and sat for hearing exparte: .n.i hut . conv of this order ha oubllshed once a weak, for four tracoesalvs weeks. In the Memphis Dally Appeal. This August 3, 178. A copy at lost: M. D. L. STKWAKT. Clerk and Master. By K)MI MW.ni. deputy C and M. Yaaos AjidsrsQn, tjoi. fat oiunnU'i. sot BY virtue of the terms and powers of a trust deed, executed to me as Trustee by iav ta coekrill and L. C. Crisis, on 17th day of Sue tern bcr, Lsga, and duly registered In the Itegi terN office of Shelby connty. Tennessee, -a Hook N...JJ7. pages , 82. too and OU. I will, oa 6th day of September, 1870, At the front door of the court-house rn fhs city of Memphla. in which the Chancer r Courts of Shelby county are hale, proceed 10 sell at public auction to the highest tedder 1. r cash, tue following described real estate f r so much thereof as may be necessary to pr y off the Indebtedness mentioned and yet dna in said trust deedl, situated In Shelby count :.', Tennessee, via: Lying on tbe Uaimauiowa Piankroad. .bout four miles from the clly -f Memphla, being Lots Nos. 3, ft, 7, 10 and 11, : s designated on a plat of a subdivision yt a4t acre tract ol land, formerly owned by Jam. s C. Jones, deceased, and known as the ' Kin -brough land," containing In all Uf jtf-uXI acres. A more perfect description - f aald lots of land Is contained In t deed of conveyance from aaid Jon- a to Davis coekrill. dated Novemb r J5th, 18o6. and registered tn the Register's o. ho of Shelby county. In Book So. it, pagu 4U1, 403 and 4iK. April 24. W57. Also, a certain other tract of land, tying in the oonnty oi dhelby and stale ot Teucesse.., on the German town Piankroad, about four miles from the city of Memphis, it being Lot Mo. 12 of the subdivision of aaid James . Jonas, deeassed, of a tract of land lying on TPS lavr f m aeaae aww Also, a cartein otner tract, being a part ; Lot No. 2 of the aaid aateUvlsion, contain u . 4t) acres. A more particular description said Lots "os. 11 and part of Lot No. 1 is tamed in a deed from the aaid James C. Join to Davis Cockrill. bearing date November 2th, 186s. and recorded in the Register's nAv of Shelby county, iu Book No. , psgea 4W, 406 and 408. April 25th. 1867. Also, the land heretoloie conveyed by aal.l D. C. Cross lo aaid Cockrill by warranty deed, dated May -1st, lfsjg, and registered in Regis ter's office of said Shelby connty. in Book 57, part 1st, page 44, being about Kl 75-OHacras. All of the tracts of land are part of the "K imbrougn tract" ot aw acres, containing tu all about 26 17-100 acres. In said deed of trust the equity of redemp tion IS not watved. I shall convey to the pur ah sear at said aale as Trustee on ly. JAMES L. titX)i)Li K, Trustee. tahwltJiinlgaMiourajmr HITE CORWIMtu JOB PRINTERS, 14 Union St, Appeal Building, aar rs take pleasure In stating to onr pa trons that we have removed onr Job Println Establishment to No. 14 Union street, Appea Building, where we hope to see onr old tosaam and as many new ones as will exam las ear work snd prices. We are now pr pared to do tu kinds of Printing and Bind lng on the most reasonable terms. Oar stock of Cards, Billheads and Cap Pas pan is oomplsta. saMsswaai