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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1870.
FINANCE AND TRADE. Office of tii Daily Amu, 1 Memphis, September 7, 1870. J IMPORTANT FBOM IlCTSaXaX RBVKKCS muii The wholesale dealers, oattle brokers, BDOthacaries. and other special taxes, lm posed under section TV, aot of Jane 30, I'M, as amended., in force until May 1, 1871: OFKIOB i.M kRNAL KEVRKVK. 1 Washington, August 16, 1870. J W. H.Thompson, Esq., Assessor Eleventh District, Pennsylvania: StrI reply to your letter or the 12th inst., that the additional tax of (1 on each thousand dollars oi sales OI wnoiesaie dealers, in excess of 150,000 per annum provided by section 79, paragraph 2, of the act oi June 8U, isui, as amended, is a spe cial tax as distinguished from "the several isxcs on sales," repealed on and afn-r o.-U'tx r 1st, le,.; such, for example. as tbe tax on sales imposed under the act of March 31, 1SGS, section 4, tax on auction sales, etc. Tbe wholesale dealer's, cattle broker's apothecaries', and e ther special taxes, as above imposed, under the provisions of section .y storesAi'l, should oo returned assessed and collected as formerly, until May 1, 1ITL, J. W. UUUUUASM, Acting Com uuas oner. THE PRESENT AND FITCRE OF BSIT1SH TRADE. The London Bu'lioniat, in a recent arti cle on the effect of the war on British trade and manufactures, says: Although cut lamentably short. In its reduced proportions, is not unsound; the loss lies in the diminution of transactions, not in their quality, and every branch is apparently affected in a similar manner. Very great depression exists in all those departments of manufactures which sup ply tbe export trade, tbe cause of which ia too plain to require statement. Cotton and iron seem to suffer most. But with respect to tbe former, truth compels the observation that the outbreak of the war is not wholly to blame. In Liverpool ex cessive speculation, not to ssy gambling, has been carried on, and In aouie in stances, rumor has it, worse than gambl ing. At any rata, the collapse in that centre of afliirs has made Its reaction very distinctly fell ou the London 'change by forced sales of securities. It is our for ergn trade of course infinitely the most inipsrtsnt and valuable to us that tbe war affects. Our manufacturing popula tion and enormous plant would find only wretched employment indeed in the bare supply of the home markets, but any con siderable interruption of our intercourse with those abroad must be disastrous to our industry. As long sa the wsr lssts, however, we fesr we may make up our minds to this. The shutting up by block ades of ports we have reen accustomed to trade to the inevitable rise of freights as a consequence of high rates of insurance and increased ruks the obscurity and doubt which bang over questions con nected with contraband of Mar, and which our Government declares itself unable lo elucidate these and twenty other clrcnm stauces combine to restrict oar foreign trade; and unless hostilities be brought to a rapid conclusion as to which he would oe a bold wr ier who would ven ture a prediclion we may be prepared for loss and suffering in this principil branch of our great commerce. With respect to the money marker, which is tbe heart and apring of sctivity of I business, a steady observation will bring conviction of its soundness. Capital, however, will proba bly have to submit to another period of forced insciivity. Bnt better that than risky specula; ion. Tbe market, however, is now quite clear from the results, tri fling in ibemselves, of overdone engage uieuts; and if goia : t in certain quanti ties gone abroad, whether for loans or In the purchases of securities. It is not to be forgo: ten thai these securities remain in oar hands, and are constantly drawing. In the shape of dividends, a golden tide to our shores. The complaint will most likely be, not that money is not plentiful, bat that it cannot meet adequate employ ment. All sound securities, including tbe leading railways, may be anticipated to profit by this, as offering safe and solid investments. But tbe steady, continuous rise in tbe price of wheat is alart of grave Import which annul lm lost sight of. On the whole, our coniin0Mal and monetary prospects must be described as of a mixed character. A restricted trade and forced cessation of employment for labor and capital, though no Vault of our own, is not a pleasant thing to contemplate. On the other hand, aalisfariion cann't but be felt with the fact that our business af fairs are in so sound a condition, our out standing engagements so lew and trilling, that ibis country is well prepared to pass again througb a period of commercial in activity should tbe continuance of the war force it on us. But our hopes tend all the other way. FOREIQJW ANIi DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. From tbe New York Lull- 'in, of Mon day, we extract the following in reference to tbe condition of the domestic and foreign dry goods market of that city on (Saturday last: Djmrttic Dry i.ootl. The market opened to-day with au active trade in all departments. Tbe movements durioglhe early part of the day were quite heavy. Later, however, the startling war news attracted tbe attention of dealers, and so great was the interest manifea'ed In tbe reports, that trade was comparatively neglected. S inie dealers, over sanguine perhaps, predict the immediate cessation of hostilities, and an early declaration of peace. This they believe will be accom panied by tbe revival ol Continental trade, and an advance in raw cotton ( !: is would naturally cause an advance in cot ton roods, and among such of tbe holders of these fabrics as see such encouraging indications in the news received to day, a better feeling exists. Foreign Good. The market was active early in the day , but toward the close, as noted in the domestic msrket, business wsa apparently forgotten in the excite ment created by lbs foreign war news. The general opinion among dealers is, that whatever tbe result may be whether the war is continued or peace declared, there is no danger of a decline in French or German goods, as long as an active de mand eon; inuea. There a -e no excessive stocks in the market at present, and only moderate quantities are in transit, while in no event oonld fresh goods be shipped from the other side so sa to reach here be fore the drat of October, by which time tbe bulk of tbe trade in first bands is over. B. ilish uoods are governe! more by tbe course of tbe gold premium, though should peace be declared and the Conti nental markets opened at an early day, there would doubtless be an advance in staple goods, CONDITIONS AND PROSPECTS OF Till TO BAOC'O MAKE KT. We give the following quotations from M. Bider x Son's tobacco circular, dated new York, Kep;ember 1: The war in Kurope has exercised a very damaging influence on tbe value of most of oar elsples, and as it could not be ex pected that tobacco should make an ex ception, the unwillingness of receivers to submit to prices much below those ruling previously, which tbe few buyers dis posed to operate offered, caused great dullness, which continued until within a fow days, when both sides coming to somewhat better understanding, greater activity prevailed. The sales reach 3600 hods. Kentucky, of which about 21.0 hbds. for export to France, Belgium, Spain, Kngland and tbe Mediterranean, and 1500 bbds. U t con-sumDlion. We cannot expect a full revival of trade until tbe troubles in Kurope cease, and even then the question arises, how long will the consequences of such a ter rible war interfere wit it- a healthy and regular trade. We therefore have to re gret that we cannot see ny thing very favorable in our prospects. The new crop la getting now housed, and will no doubt furnish a pretty large yield. Owing to a great deal of rain la some parts of the West, tbe crop is not considered a fine one. Havana Tobacco. This article has met a good demand, especially for fine qual ity, which is scarce, and for which better prices are asked and obtained. The balk of the stock being of medium quality, moves slowly. Borne parcels of new crop have been re ceived, and while showing a decided im provement over the old, also being well advanced, still it ia too early for Immedi ate use, and we have no sales to report. The sales are liVOO bales for consump tion, and am bales were transhipped. Vara Tobacco The transactions in this sort sre confined strictly to jobMBg pur chases. One hundred balsa w era disposed of at from SI W'i to $1 07. Manufactured Tubaecu. Transact ions nave been limited owing to the holding back ot exporters, who, under present circumstances, expect to fill orders at lower Drioea. Some few parcels were dis poned of for Southern trsde, ba. at the close prices were lower miu aew aa accu mulating. THE OBOWINO COTTON CROP, The Oomtnerciil l.ut of New York has the following, which we transfer to our columns without altogether indorsing its figures for the new crop: The season is now so far advanced, without serious dis aster to tbe growing cotton crop, that, with a reasonably good autumn for pick ing, there is little doubt thst tbe popular estimate of a yield of three and a hall million of bales will be realised. Thai grant enemy of the nation plan, the army worm, has not made its appaBTanee this year In sufficient foroe to create alarm, ami the plant, on the whole, seems to have sustained fewer oaauaUtiaa than in tbe average of seasons. Not only are we likely to have an increased crop at tbe South, bat the yield all over the world promises to be s full average. Tbe pros pect, then, is thst production will hsve overtaken consumption, when the latter -will be increased by a fall in prices again, and this will bring into permanent opera tion tbe rule, that the culture will be come reduced in those countries where It baa bean sustained by "war prices," and be continued and in creased where most favored by natural advantages. In such a competition, the United States, having everything in its favor, must outstrip all competitors and hold a practical monopoly, aa of old. With a soil and climate exactly adapted to cotton growing, with improved meth ods of culture, with vast plantations di vided into farms, and an adequate supply of labor, it will be possible to turn out a crop, within a few years, st least twice aa large as me heaviest ever prooaceo ai cue South. All Ihinirs now look favorable for a steady revival of the prosperity of tnst section, whose groat atapie is to tur- nish the chief means oi m axing our ior elgn exchanges and rebuilding our shat tered commerce. Wltn me recuperation ot the Southern planting Interest, too, hss come a better economy. The pro ducer baa learned thst it is to nis advan tage to market bis own crop, instead of turning It over to miauie men, snu ma it is decidedly disadvantageous to niort- gsge it before msturity. Tbe profits of planters, moreover, sre oegmmug to oe invested in new forms of productive power, such as improved labor-saving im plements ana ieriinzers, me rec.aiuaiion of tbe cboi est cotton lands, in railroads, aid various other employments which capital iaquiok to call into activity. Wi;h a eucesselon or prosperous years, ol which Hi.' preseut lorms the second, posce and progress will attract capital and immi gration or me ngm Kind ; and a south ern Pacihc railroad will open the entire territory from ocean to ocean to tbe di rer;, influence, of this moving age. The entire country has a deep Interest in the restoration ol the wealth or the southern Slates, since it cannot fail to be largely instrumental In hastening a restoration of specie payments, in starting the wheels of commerce into active motion, in im parting new life to industry, snd, in brief terms, lu promoting a degree ol general prosperity never hitherto surpassed, it equaled. NEW TOBACCO REGULATIONS. A circular from the Internal Revenue Bureau enumerates the seven unpardona ble sins against the Revenue Department which subject a dealer to a forfeiture of property. They are as follows: Tbe re moval of tobaooo from the manufactory cr place where il is worked, otherwise than in accordance with the law; thesaleot tobacco or snuff without the proper stamp denoting the tax; manufactur.ai tobacco or so utl without the payment of the special lax as manufacturer, or with out giving tbe bond required by law: making lalse or Iratidnlenl entries or the purchase or sale of loaf tobacco, tobacco stems or other material ; or the fixing of any "false, forged, fraudulent, spurious or counterfeit stamp" to sny box or pack age containing snun or tooaooo. The cir cular further directs that manufactured topac-i shall 1 put up in leg! puck ago only, and each package must have printed on ii, or on a securely attached label, the maiiulacturer's name, together with the regi-lered number of tbe factory, and the district and State. If it he a wooden pack age it must nave, in amnion, the manu facturer's trade mark, the gross weight.tse tare and the net weight, "all neatly printed on the package." Each packsge must have adixed and canceied a proper stamp, or stamps, to indicate the weight and class of tooacoo for which payment of tax is made; and these stamps mast besfflxed or canceled in tbe manner prescribed by the commissioner in one oi nis innumer able orders. The falureof a manufacturer 1 eomply with any of these require ments win oe considered s rem vsi oth- erwise than as provided by law," and sub- jecla the 'offender to the forfeitures pro vided Dy law tor the particular ortense of which he may be guilty. Manufactured tobacco found outside of a factory or ex port bonded warehouse except such as may be in transit from tbe one to the other, without the proper revenue s an.ps affixed, will he forfeited, and the p?rs: n having the same in bis jtossession or offering it for sale will be liable to the fines and penalties imposed by lsw. All packages of tobacco short or insufficiently stamped, or having counterfeit or pre viously canceled stamps affixed ; and all packages that hsve been emptied or par tially emptied and afterward refilled without the destruction of the stamps, and t..e affixing of new ones; and all packages having attached to them tbe stamped portions of s package previously used, are to be forfeited to tho Govern ment, The wilfal neglect of persons emptying stamped packages to destroy tbe stamps or stamped portion; or the giving away, selling or accepting a stamped package which has been once used and emptied; or the putting of manufactured tobacco into such a pack age once before used, subjects the of fender to the fines and penalties pre scribed by law. FINANCE. The condition of the money market is unchanged. The very best paper Is still taken by the banks at 12 per cent., but on the s.reet it goes at S per cent, per month. Exchange ia bought at par, and sold at premium. Already there is a gather ing in ol resources by the hanks in order to furnish tho means of moving the incom ing cotton crop. Wo need twice the amount of banking capital used in this city, and it is very strange that other moneyed institutions are not organized All that we have are prosperous to an ex tent not known e'aewbere in tbe United States. Can't Western cities furnish us with money enough to bring down the beBt paper to 1 or 2 per cent, per month? That's enough for an houeat man to pay. Scrips are unchanged. New York, September 7, 2:25 p.m Governments are a fraction better, with ordinary demands. Sterling steady at 9?; Gold loaning flat; buyers are somewhat apart in their views, and prices irregular at 67 for money. The' steamer Java took $315,000 specie. Bonds of 1881 5 20 Bonds of 18S2 5-20 " 1864 5-2 " 1886 5-20 " 1886, new 5-20 " 1887 " 5-20 1868 " 10-40 Bonds Pacific Sixes .114' .112? UIM .111 W .110 110H llo-, .106' .1111, GOLD AND STOCKS IN NEW YORK. New Yore, September 7, 11:15 a.m. There is some disp -anion to sell at this board, and a heavy feeling prevailed, re sulting in a marked decline from tbe opening prices this morning. We quote: Canton 61 Western 0 nion Telegraph Co 84K (Quicksilver 6 Pacific Mail UX Adams Express 68s Wells, Fargo Co.'s Express 12 American Express 41 United States Express. 41 If New York Central 9bJ New York Scrip 92 Erie 23?, Beading ViH Michigan Central 116 Michigan Sou. hern Vi't Illinois Central 1S5 Cleveland and Pittsburg 105K Chicago A Northwestern 82 X ". (preferred) .. 8 Rock Island U3H St. Paul 63 St. Paul (preferred) 80K In bonds tbe market is unsettled and irregular in prises. We quota: OldTenneaaaaa 63 New Tenneseeea 60 K New York, September 7, 1:30 p.m Cantor. 62 Western Union Telegrspb Company 34H uuicksiiver 1'acifie Mail 41X Adams Express 68 Wells, Fsrgn ,t Co.'s Express 12 American Express 41 United States Express 41 New York Central 96 New York Scrip 1J Erie 23J, Reading 98 Michigan Central 1 Michigan Southern 92,'t Illinois 'entrat 36V. Cleveland and Pittsburg 6H Chicago and Northwestern...- 6U Chicago and Northwestern preferred 88S Koek island . is. St. Panl awJi St. Psul preferred 80 In bonds the market is unsettled and irregular In prices. Middlings, 19c; Middlings, 20c; Good do., 21Xc; Mobile, 20KC; Orleans, aic. 11 :30 a.m. Cotton dull and lower, ask lna for September 17?ic. October ltc. November 16Kc Ordinary, 14o; Good Or dinary 164c; Middlings UMtc; ijp- lands, isw: oood do., zi Monne, zu.v,c; Orleans, 200. New Yoax, September 7, 2:05 p.m. ( otton o met nut steadv. sales on soot. 1000 balee. Contracts. 2000 bales; Sep tember, 17K; October, 16K16)i; De cember, 16H. New York, Sept. 7, 4 p.m. Cotton heavy; Ordinary, ISfto: Good ordinary, lo;.,c; Low Middling, 19s; Middling, 20c; Good Middling;. 22c;. Sale to spinners, 1612 bales; on speculation, 12) bales. Also 200 bales for September, ISHc; 100 bales for October, 17X0 ; 800 bales, September, l7Hc; 700 bales for October, 16Xc; 4 0 bales for October, 16c ; X00 bales Decern- her, 16HC COTTON IN LIVERPOOL. Liverpool. Sent. 7. 11 a. m. Cotton Suiet. Sales 10,000 bales. Uplands tVl rleans MCd. Liverpool. September 7. 5 P.m. Cot ton dull and unchanged ; sales, 8000 b(es ; for export and speculation, 1000. bales, COTTON STATEMENT. Cn amber op Comeercb, ) Memphis. September 7, 1870. f Stock, Sept. 1,1870 4,20 Rec'd since last statement 89 Received previously t88 4.957 Shipped since lsst sta'm'nt, 180 Shipped previously .798 978 Stock at noon this day 3,979 imports. Memphis and Charleston R. R 69 Steamers 8 Estimated per wagons 14 exports. Memphis aud Ohio H R 175 Steamers North 5 TRADE. EDUCATIONAL MISS MARY J. McKAIN TAEPiRfiB to announce to her Datrona and U to the public generally, that she has formed a coalition with Mrs. Emma Carioll Tucker. This school will be taught at the brick building. No. lis Court stieet, where every arrangement has been made for ths roDion or ineir pupils, tney win oe assisted by Professor Tpe and Mrs. Dew, In ths ds- fartmentof Music; by Professor Wltsman, n the Fi ench class, and by Mrs. V'lgns in the arts of Drawing and Fainting. With such a corps of educators, they hope to give entire saiisiiicuon. toe scnoci will open on won oay, rvpie inner am. sepj Armour Institute FOR YOUNG LADIES, 1171 Madison Street, lir ILL open TH UBSD Y, September 1, 1870. VV B18. EMli.l B. AKMUUK, sea Principal. GninoB Institute, 109 MADI80N STREET, tlTILL open on tbe first Monday In Hep tt temocr. r or cncu.sis, anuiy at uie in sinute or oooa-storca. MiasV. D llll mil, anil MissM. W. noWKKri, Principals. ST. MARY'S SCHOOL, 358 POPLAR STREET, Mrs. MARY E. POPE, Principal 'CHE twenty-ninth session of this School X opens tne First Monday Is September. Circulars at the principal book-stores, and at the School. Paients will please enter the jy Ale and Beer .Sands' Ale, $10 r0 per half-barrel, porter, fll. Lager, per ke?g, ?." 26. Ale, per dozen, MaX 26 fir qnarta ; '-'." lor pints. Porter, do. Uenuiness E Young' Scotch Ale, in pints, 2 60 per dozen. Blmi.drrs Materials. Kosendale ce ment, $4(u.l 5o ; Louisville cement, $2 75 (u,3. Cajsa lime fl - --'; Ohio river, 1 50; 1'iica, 1 16; Alabatna,l MX2 00. I'laslerhair, . ij per bale, fire nncks $0 00. Be iter Choice ZvsxZoC : good !(u,ij(!. Common is nominal. Baooino Heuip, 1 and 2;,' lbs, 30(3, 31c. Flsx, 2 aud 2H lbs, iUj33c. Iron ties, 5Ji7e. BRooMs AMI BROOM CORN. HroomS S3 to$5perdoz. Broom corn is not in demand. Coknmeal Prices sre weak. Sales of kilndried worn reported at $4 l.r34 25 on levee and delivered. Selling in a small way at 84 60fn4 75. Cheese English O. osier, Its'; Ohio Western Reserve, 15(a150. Coffee Steady. Common to choice Rio, 20fo24i- Cotton Yarns no. 4i", zic; boo, I7gii8c; 600, lb(sl7c; 7u0, l314c. Cottonseed and Moies Cottonseed, on levee, (12, or $12 fri delivered at mills, buyer rumiahiug sacks. Motes, i(s4c Pr pound. Canned (oois ine market la dull and inactive. Condensed milk, $14 '(a, 14 60 per case. Cove oysters, 1 lb, $1 S5&2 perduz; 2 lbs, $2 85,3. Peaches, $2 4'Xg, ,o. rears, fs 50. Tomatoes, $1 4;K'tl t0. Cherries, $3iV 25. Pineapples $3 'J0(v $4 75 j... 00. Brandy Cherries, $0 OOfutti 60. t ickles, hall .gallon, per doz . 4 . (o.j 2b; uts. 3f0 : pints, $2 35542 50. Tomato catsup, $1 252 25; Pepperaauce,$l 25. I... .S - r inn, at ,' in small pack- Feed The demand for corn was better to-dsv, and prices were firm and higher. owing to the light stock. Yellow aud White are held at ,. ., on levee and in lots. Oats are selling at 49, with 50c asked as a general thing. Bran, jl-ulo Hay,?Jl92b as to quality. Orders for feed el all kinds are H ied at higher rates. as these are prices ."rom first hands. Cotton seed meal, $22!$?4 per ton. Kr.l ir Apples are scarce and choice would sMI at $33 5) per bbl. Peaches ami pears are scarce and bring fancy prices, drapes 810c per lb. Lemons, $16 per box. KLorR. The demand m i tir and prices are steady. We quote : Super, $6 00 g6C0; X, $rW5i25; XX, $6 5C(a)7; XXX and Fancy, $76$8 60. fish tsarainoa.JDKaazi ytemt quarters; 354i36c for halve, White tish, $ 50 per hair bbl. Itoe Herring, per ball bbl., fma) H 60. Upnnies Good No. 1 seconds 15 16c and firm. Hides. Furs and Tallow Hides and Furs are steady. Drv Flint, 16c: Dry Salt, 13c; Oreen, 0c; Green Salt, 7fei7)ic. Tallow, 9c. Deer Skins, 1616c; Beaver, i--: 50 each; Otter, $1 00I&4 00 ea-m; Mink, 40efa?l: fox, 30c: coon, BmP1 Leather Hen lock Sole. 33(36c; Oak Sole, 4246c; Saddle, 4043c; Bri dies, $4469 per dozen; Uppers, 4060c; Calfskins, French, $4570c; American do., $3O(cu50. Live Stock we quote as iohows : No. 1 corn-fed Beeves, ifMtt grass-fed, Vab Uc: No. 1 Texas. $40ta,45 per head ; No. 1 $2b(jt35; No. 3, $18f22. Milch Cowa, $.S.va5u. No. 1 Sheep, $3 00)4 00 and dull. Molasses ouimou boc; uooa je; syrups 60&$1 25. Kliu air aemanu at oussa ' rates. Naval Stores Tar. in kegs. $5 25 S 76 tor Pine; in 40 gallon bbis, $Bfg,10; Fitch, $6 per bbl; , OjkuiuXo 00(gr3 00 per bale. Oils Coal. 30(31c; Linseed raw, $1 15 1 26; do. boiled, (1 400.1 45; I.erd. $1 40 50; Lubricating C al oil, 35&y0c; 1 rain Oil. 1 23,1 30s Crude Cottonseed Oil, 52ra55c. Poultry Chickens aro firm. Selling at $4a6 per doz for young and old. I'rodlce t -oieioes scarce at ? per bbl. from wagons loose. Onions $33 60 per bbL as to condition, with few good In market, canuaee, jiufi per iou. Provisions There is no change In prioes. We quote from store as follows : Mess pork is soiling ai .so qioz. mess oeei. $16 50j(17. Clear bscon sides, HHIIKa; clear rib sides, 1SV4(1S; no, iawieytc; shoulders, 1"V.15 v: breakfast bacon, liHtj :?.:; sugar cured cams, ;io ,'-$;!: c. Lard, in tierces, 17Xc; kegs, 1819c. Si-oar Louisiana, lltolbc, as to qual ity ; yellow clarified, 1515Jc; white do., 15H(16c; crushed and powdered, 15! lbc: coffee A. 14'(ai5c; B, 14a14Jc; ex tra C, 13X14c; Demarara, 1415c. Salt 280-pound barrels, az 30(g 4b; dairy, $3 25da3 60. HPiRiTe High wines, Hoeojw;; prooi spirits, $1 10&1 16; rectified whisky, b59,)6c Starch 5H(8c per lb. Soap Mottled, 9C10Hc; vollow, 7Mfi$ HJic; common, tt7o. Candles, 15(9 24c. tobacco frlme natural lear, light pressed, 70c(gil 10; fine fancy Va., 90e(g4l ; tine bright pounds, 80faJ90c ; medium bright ponnds, 70f0e; common bright pounds, 6270c; medium bright half pounds, sound, 6270c; smoking, fine and fancy, buXsthOc: medium and common 35((v50c Vihkoar Common and Pickling, 16(u 30. Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad Manifest ok Freiuht Received at Memphis, September 7th, 1670. Morris, beadt Co., lObaleaootton; Rosnraei lor.er 1 do.; N. Ford A. Co., 4 balee cotton anu 3 packages sundries; A. J. Rosch . Co., bales cotton ; Jones, Brown A Co., 3 do; S. M . Webb A Co., 12 do; Treadwell Bros., 2 do; Busby, Johnson 4 Co., 1 do. ; Cria uiui A Co., 1 do ; Hugh Torrenoe, 8 do; T. H. Allen A Co., 3 do., 2 pkgs sundries; H. H. Coleman, 4 bales cotton ; Stratton, Goyer A Co., 2 do. ; J. B. Stark, 1 car load lumber, 2 pkgs sundries; Cubbins, Gunn ct Cover, 1 car load lumber; Conaway dt Co., 3 pkgs sundries; George ( si r, 1 do ; Fowlkes A Motley, l'do. ; Edmonds, Pelti grew A- Co.', 2 do.; Pargason A Clay, 1 car load lumber; Harria, Cochran A Co., 250 tails iron ties; Burkle A Frey, 46 bead of cattle. pll before the day or opening. GEORGETOWN COLLEGE, 0. C. rpHE academic exercises of the college will a. oe resunieu on tne First Monday Is September. The Lectures In the Medical and Law De partments will commence In October. For further particulars, apply to the Presi dent, fanll) REV. JOHN EARLV. H J. COTTON. Sales to-day were 200 bales at slightly sasler figures than ruled yesterday. ia dliogs ware taken at 18 to 18',c, low middling at 17c, good ordinary 16c, or dinary 14c, and trashy, stained, mixed and low irrades at 11 to 13c Several buy ers were on ths market, and the Inquiry was moderately active, though the prioes offered were 5c below those given yester day. Among the reported sales was a list of strict to good middling at io and several lots of clean stained at 14c M iiaIi rt l lta rem aiuimr stock is of the low trashy and atalned grades, of which there is more ottering than nna puranwa Tbe market closed easier ai 18J4e for mid dling. The New York market opened easy and dosed at the following quotations: Ordinary at 13c: cood ordinary, 16WC; low middling. 19c; middling, 20c; good middling, 22a Also, 2O0 bales for September at 18c; 100 bales for October at lv'-ic; 800 Dales ior epiemoer at ktjc; 700 bales for October at MKtJ 400 bales for October at 16)40; 200 bales for December at lfHc. Sales to spinners mix nates Speculation. 1S bales. The Liverpool market opened quiet at fi'-d for UDlanda. and 9'd for Orleans At the close of the dsv it was dull ar.d lower at 9W to 9Hd for uplands, and 0 to 9d ror Orleans, naif, w,uw pares. cotton m www tork. Nw Yore, September 7, 10:20 a. m. Cotton unohanged in every respect. Or dinary, lie; Good Ordinary, 1mos Low MEMPHIS FEMALE C0LLE6E, No. 282 Adaraa Street, WILLIAM CARROLL, A.M., PRINCIPAL, AH8ISTKD by a full corps of competent teachers. The next session of this Insti tution will begin ou the First Monday la September. V Circulars can be obtained at the book stores, or on application ta the Principal. su4 MRS. MAY'S SCHOOL, INCORPORATED by act of General Assem 1 bly of Tennessee, December 10,186V, will hereafter be known nnder the style or TURLEY ENGLISH AND FRENCH FEMALE INSTITUTE, Memphis, Tennessee, Corner of Wellington and Linden. A full and efficient corps or experienced teachers employed. The Fall Term af tbe year 1870 will com mence THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st, 1870. W For circular snd fnrtber Information, sddress Mets. LKTITIA MAY, an 13 daw Principal WEST TENNESSEE COLLEGE JACKSON, TENNESSEE. XTEXT MBSjna begins September "th. Tnl- lion, 110, ir. I.e. i. ami i:si per session oi eve nonths. For catalogues, address Be cre tary of the Faculty. nn!2 O O L XT 3VH FEMALE INSTITUTE, Maury Countv. Tenn. Rt. Rev. C. T. QuintardTB. D. , S T O., Visitor. Rev. George Beckett, Rector. Mrs. M. N Martin, Principal. Assisted by a full and effective corps of experienced teachers. The Fall Term of the Year 1870 WILL COMMENCE Monday, Sopt. 1Q. SV For circulars and further Information, address Kr.V. OLO BECKETT, yju Colambla, Tennessee. MACON MASONIC COLLEGE, Situated at Macon, Fayette Co., Teai., Of MILES esat of Memphis, and 7 miles tJVS north of lAfayette Depot, ou the Mem phis and Charleston Railroad, Will be Re opened September 5th, 1870. FACULTY: Rxv. Q. W. Johnstok, A.M., President, Pro- lessor or Oreek and Mines. Q A. HcNTxa, A.M., 1'rofesKir of Latin and French. R. E. MrHKii.1., A.M., Professor or Mathe matics ami Natural Philosophy. W. M. RinmcK, A.B., Teacher of English Htnaies. TUITION: Per scholastic year, preparatory, 140, 550 ssmI Mk Per scholastic year, collegiate, feu. fro and f 8a Board, room rnrnlshed. and fuel. 115 per raoni::. u. T. M u btk.il m v.. President or the Board or Trustees. J. O, Mckkfi i.. Rsq.. Secretary. anW Park Avenue Academy, S 1-2 Miles from Memphis. "VJ EAR Memphis and Charleston railroad A IDBBrTrutn bcbpiiiu uicuh tj mi. i , 1X70. Students preosred for the University ol Virginia or any college. Twenty boarders can oe accomssnsasam For circulars, apply to H. Wade A Co., and Taylor, Had lord A Co., Memphis. )a w . l,. .mi i.L.t,rt, si. a., e-rmcipai SIMMONS' LIVER ! 1 THK SYMPTOMS Liver Complaint an aneaslneas and pain in the side. Bon lunies the pain Is in J; he shoulder, and U ulstMken ior rheamatlam. The stomach le a flee ted with loss or appetite and sickness bowels la general costive, sometimes alter. UkUllWlUllU. 1U, Lead is trou riled with palu. and dull, beary Kenaatlon, considers pie loss OI einory kccompanled with painful sensation or having left undone something which ought to have been dona Often complaining of weakness, debility aud low spirits, sometimes some or ths above attend the disease, and at other times very few of them ; but the liver Is generally the organ most Involved. Care the liver with Or. Simmons' Liver Regulattr, A r a k p a aATio V or Roots akd Hxbbs, wabs a A.NTKD to be strictly vegetable, and can do no Injury to any one. It has bean used by hundreds, and known for tbe last ihlrty-nve years ss one or ths most reliable, eflloaclous and harmless prep mtinni ever offered to the safBSrlne. 11 taken regularly and reiaistnUy. It la sort -' i cure dvaoaiosla (headache, Jaondics Icobilveneaa.alcJthead- c.he, chronle diar- trhea, affections of the tery, affections ot tLs kidnsys, lavas', ner vousness, chills, diseasss of the skin, Impu rity of the blood, melancholy or depression ol "spirits, heartburn, colic, or pains in th bowels, pain in tbe head, fever and ague dropsy, bolls, sain In back and limbs, asthma, erysipelas, female affections, and bilious di ' rtyb Druggists, Macon. Ga. For sals by all rn-unlra In Mam phis. Prtca, 11 ; by mall, IlkV apt REGULATOR. EMMA MERCER INSTITUTE, Grenada, Mississippi. rpHK next session of this Institution will X commence on Wednesday, ths list of septemoer. A lull corps oi instructors in every department, ot experience and the highest professional talent. The bouse Is be ing renitea auu renew ea nom lop to uotiom ouLsiae ana in. For terms and Information apply to Mrs. Dr. B T. HoLvXiMBE. sn20 eersnnda. Mis HOLLOWAY S VERMIFUGE CONFECTIONS i rvWMSrTI years experience has proved this J the most popular remedy with physi cians and parents lor those pasts of child hood Worms. They are pleasaut to take and always effective In expelling the Worms and toning the system up to lis normal condition. BeTare or counterfeits and imi tations. The genuine have the signature ol the proprietors on the wrapper of each paeaage. JOHNSTON, MOLLOWAY A COWliEN, Philadelphia, No Cure A'o Pay! HictkeWt Titter Ointmeru 1T1IJ, positively cure Tetter, Erysipelas v v sail Hneum, is&roer s itcn, f lmpies Blotches ana all forms oi Skin Disease: also Sore Eyes aud Eye Lids, Discharges from the tit, and Old Sores, no matter of how long landing, or the money returned by the pro- prierois. JOlLNBTON, HOLLOWAY A COW DEN, Philadelphia. Bold 50 cents per box by ail druggists. Sent Dy man ior eaj cents. Cbntumplton PnrtXvcly Currdt Vpham' '$ frith JBSSS twi WILL core Bronchitis, Consumption, all Luna Diseases snd Sntttins of Blood. and strengthen and build up the system to Its healthy condition. This has been tsstsd oy rroi. xTossean in l wo i nouaanu cases in . Ilunl,.l. n. ,n whi.k I I nearly every ease, and in this country by the spprooeiion oi we pnyaiciau many nopei THE UTLEY IMPROVED LEVER POWER aeaaaavx MBl-fg , . &sLft"" uSr Caw a I il I I' a ssaHaaBBaV -gjlljJS. .Ses7isr COTTOIN" PRESS THE LATE IMPROVEMENT MADE ON THIS PRESS Br Mr. UTLEY. the Patentee, makes it a complete success. We call particular attention to this pecul'arity : IT CONTROLS POWER OBTAINED BY AN IRRESISTIBLE LEVERAGE ! To all wanting a Cotton Press, we only ask for a chanoe to demonstrate what it win ao. Competition is respectftilly solicited fom other Presses, as to Speed, Efficiency, Durability, Economy and Genera! Amount of Satisfactory Work ! These Presses are HOME-MADE, of tbe best (H AHANTEED WORK. We rnZT at No. 6 West Court street, where we we old reHpeciully recommend you to call be re deciding upon which Press you win ouy. Price, $210 Con plete Cash or City Acceptance. ' m ueunnin ermi E. W. LONG & BROTHER. No. 6 WEST COURT STKtti , wtwrHi. itwn FIRST PREMIUM GEORGIA STATE FAIR. Schofield's Patent Cotton Press ! LEGAL NOTICES. HIH PRESS must commend Itself to the cotton planters of the Southern Statss for durahllltv. simplicity of contrurtlon. and ease with which it can he operated by elin hand, fuyrte, water or from power, the cha- ge Irom oue to the other being eDeeteo in aie UJiriuls. A Kit's l nuvnuMsr vmwm . uhj.up - - r - .. m - space or lourteen feet square and msy be plnced nndoperaUd In a gin-house thns aro ldtu the necessity or using couon out orthehonee lobepcked. It can be used In any l od .o weather - the Press being in the house, rainy da si; re nootu-tsrletopacktna. as lstheeiasewiin wooden screws. Another sdvastsze Is. when you El I Kenonenvs rress. iun.. rra all tune and one not liable lo ePS-ay or bres a, as is th case witn the oid wotslen sere ars and mot other Iron screws -no piesses This Is evident from the fact thst the screw m ron, either wrouitht or csst, snd the lraroes are of wrouht iron, and no part of the Press iishle s . . k asL . f m , . , . .1 ai iKu imi iii nf rhanlan I - to dersv toncn- s tne grounu. i mm inygses ms o- iu r o, 'J ' ' : nMMh.u iti.r i,a ,irpu tiiol ?int stone and du: the frams and box ol wood to It themselves, or may purchne thescrew, nut and lrn frames, and put the wooden box lo It thtmstlves, or may purr lias the Pres- complete, with screw, nnt, lion lramessnd box making the roost complete Press in use. Pre.-sea complete, aa last named, are In more K-uersl use. and tlv itrest saUafaeUon to .lt partus using mem. as win wsm V " - I , , l i ,. .....i in 1 1, Id rr-ii ar anil roil til furntsh in my possession, lew oi which iuj n.. , . . , thousands. - . . ..-,, i ,.ii ,,, ,,m if possible, and examine mine; or if thev shou d lavor me with their order, th-y may rely upon getting a Pt.tss that is all 1 lalHavTuK'ihe most extensive Iron Works In the city. nn1 the greatest variety or patterns of all kinds, 1 am sble to furnisu parties w,u. .: a j . - ' ''"' 'I-" 1 J short Horse IF'o HAND POWER SEPTENNIAL INSTITUTE xn. h.xjieii-.il.' SEPTENNIAL MEDICAL ir.STITUTfc, 42 North Court St., Memphis, THIrt InstltuUon. mcorpoiaiesl by tha State or Teansssee, is a legal :x' J elation or HelenUfle Phynelans and fia'K ' devoted to the treatment of patients, and n- structlems In tne tneory anu pnsrure o. CHEMICAL SYSTEM OF MEBICifif-. It Is divided Into the foliowlns dersert- -Vihili Dbpakthkht. In lhl dearm lit very com plaint known to woman Is treH'eU with unvarTlng success. Cakcr DmTATsT5T. Csneerstind Muira sre here rnred In nlnety-flt' t .jioo uct of every hundred. UXPABTMIST roB 1 La A KT Di? S4 - U 111 s department this form'-oiblp disease 3 tr. w ! with the most gratl ) log resu la. UsPABTsimT rort Mti.v kasas I ri r form of skin diseas-s permsiit-tiy rn I hers CuMDKniO AJf U CATAKTta I'Bl-AKIJir t. Tne professors In this depart ment L-v. m many ,mpJ rtan discoveries lu lh t: e: i.i . t ol lung, throat and noe diseases. Eya aud Kab Depaktmsjet. The ays a ear most teniferTy and t.-luu puantlj Ua t. t osrmaMTiAi. lie eACTMKsT.-I's,v..t, a t.j the exclusive treclaiecl w a tlats o! iu dies, naii:el-s Ler. i y an si-1 pr -. ''. . ;. 0atitCAi.DBrA:iTMa.NT. Wsuaily n r . i tbe most liuporiant ooe rAliooj, kno-s u to sur '-rv. All aOalrs of a prlvsl char&clnr t-.i -credly conndentlal. V uaive hours rmm So'elork iu Ihe lng till o'clock in the evening. Opericvi i rtandsT iorsnoon, fre-m V a.m. toLtra. J. H. BUtsHKl.L. M !, Consnltlng fhy.n J. C. Watsoi. , Secretary. K (i. Wssb.t.. Trejiurer d w . vt LE6AL NMTKES. Trustee s Sale of Real Estate. B The above cut shows the Presi pnt up complete st wchofleld's Iron Works, for work ing by four hands. These sre sll that are ne cessary to operate it, aud have packed as much as HOC pounds lu also of ordinary kale. When put up na shown above, it may b taken ilown at any time and placed on a waoii lu lie. If nn hour, and pnt up again in little over that time. Tic..- Wrought-lron Screw Press, complete 1177 UO Wronsht-lr n Hcrew, with Iron Frames Li! 00 Wrought-Iron Hcrew W SO fast Iron Screw - 75 50 Wright: SJHM 1,000 75" Freight to Memphis, yi oents per 100 pounds. (- PRICES SAME AS HAND POWER PRESS. Chancery Sals of Real Estate 0a Tuesday, Sept- 6, 1870, Wo m, O. R. D Second '"hancery Court of ahelby eonnry, William Tuckor vs. The ophllua Prltr-het By virtoe of an order of sale In the above cauae, 1 will sell, st until le auction, to the highest bidder. In front of tue(!eik and Master's orflee of th- reeond e'hancery I'ourt or helby connly, In the city of Memphis. Tennessee, on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 1870, Within legal honrs, tbe following described real estate, to-wit: Beginning 1 1 the i. no west corner of a lot conveyed v William W. Bond by said Pritchet (bj deed registered m the office or the Register o. Shelby county, Tennessee, In book 41, part 1, pases 3 nd SM); thence north and parallel with W'".mg tou street to Moure street extended to o lot 19J It-et from the aoutbeast lnters.-tt';o w Wellington and Xod'O. atreeas; he c srltk noill l Hireet eitcouruwi uuv -wi elgn y snd one half feet to , . . -i the southern line of Mouioe - o e said Bond's nortbeastcorne.'t t a - a to satd Bond's notbeast - r ..i!.e west with ssid Bond's line oi i i and tight and oue hall toss to the beg ..ning. TcaKS or SALI.-UD a cieelll oi 7 months, purchaser executing lond. with good secur ity, and lien retained upon tuo land to seenre purchase money. Itqulty of redemption barred. . Purchsser or purchasers must eomply with the terms of safe within ten days or thessld property will be advertised and resold, and Uie delinquent purchaser changed with the costs. This, AUaust 5, 870. , M. t. L. HrEWAKT, Clerk knd Master. Clapp, Vance A Anderson, Pols, forcompl't. angs By agreement of parties, the above sale Is postpoued rntil the Slth dsy of September 1K70. A plat of sal J laud can be Etta at my offlce. This Auira-t B, ltTJe. II. I. I,, si s w a KT, ' iers ana issrer Ad ministrator Sale or Ral Estates' nY vbrtuer.r a decree of the Chancery Court, Lt silting lu and lor 1 lie county oi lowikio and Htate or Mississippi, made at the July Term. A D. 1K70. thereol. ine nnder-.lgneo. admlulatrator de bonis nou of ths estate of Hans. -m il by m, deceased, will 0i the I6tb Day of Dcceaber 1870, Next, between the hours prescribed bv law In lront of the court-house door ol the county of Tunica, in said State or Mississippi, expose ror sal", at pun.ic aaciion, 10 me uigue.t oiu der. tor one-third crsti. and the balance In oue and two years, with six percent. Interest from dale, toe lollowing described real estate, located, lying and being In aatd countv or Tunica, as follows, to will Fractional section hi. oonia nm. 510 acres: fractional section 17. containing 450 acres; south half or fractional section IS, containing '' acres; sections Nos. 2J and 21. and east Tislf ol section 27 (west half aud souttieast quarter section 21); frac tional south half section 23: sections Hand 29; all In township I, range IL Also section 24. southeast qimrter section LI. northeast quarter section to, south fractional hall of section 26, wel half of section Jo; all In township 3, range 12. Fractional section !. townshlo 1. ranee 12: southwest quarter section 2; east half of northeast quarter, east nan oi sou.ueasi quarter, and southwest qu.rter of southeast quarter of section i; west hair section , southwest quarter of section 8, southeast Quarte r ol sei'lion J. soute.we.t quarter oi sec. Hon hi. west hair of section ll.e.tsl half of section il: mi ol secuoDS pa u. m a tin: wesi half ot section 20 soutuuesi yusrter or sec tion 21, east half and south west quarter of section 22; all or section 2a; west nair o sec tlO:i la. west half of eeetlou 2i: all of section 26; south hall or section 27. northeast quarter ol section 28, southeast quarter ot tectum a, sections s aud 38; all in township 77, range 1. Also, lots S. 4. 5.F.9. 1U. 11. 12. 13. II Snd l.i. In section 15. township 2S, range 2; also, 2, .1, 4, 5. a, 7 aud 8, lu section 22 townsmp an. r.nge a To be sold lu parcels not to exoeewl one hun dred and sixty seres In euy on. irscf. w. w. atsriiniF.1, ja, Admlnistiator de bonis cou ot Kunsom H Byrns. By order of tbe Court. au25 h.vUi.Y HESDRICK, Clerk. This Press, of two-horse rjower. mav be or either cast or wrought-lron screws; wronght- lron acrewa being cut with three-Inch pilch for Horse Power. It may be put up either witn or without Iron Irames-an iron Irarae belmr pri lemhle, as lt caunot break, ana win ne.oi need repairs, as is tbe case with wood, in pntllng them up complete at my estaDiisnmii, '.hey do not differ from the Hand Power only in pitch of thread of screw, and different kina or lever, for working. One horse can pack Ave to e;glu hundred pounds oa this rress. T u wl-EJllOTCl II Prnlirl 1-tiir u. a. i-i r i , ,-- That planters mav get their Presses in time, will take in payment warehouse ac ceptance, due October 1, 1870, at cost prices, as above. Schofield's Patent Cotton Press received the First Premium at the Georoja State Fair for 1869. It was proved superior to anything for plantation cotton packing on the ground. It Is Sut up more substantially, Is more slmpie and eJEcleiit than any cotton press iu use, There . nothing oompllcsted or to get out of order about lt. aud afler being used twenty ysara, will be as good as new. Lever piesses wl- not do, they will get out of order, and In a lew ..- k u 1. . A I an.l a . I ,n.,Ml he a KITPW IIIMK J'hia cotton press Is fast displacing the old wood seaew and otber presses, and of over 600 presses sold last season, I have not heard a complaint from one; hot ou the contrary, am dally in receipt of letters from the first plant-re of ail the Coitou Slates certifying to their emcacy, anu expressing tneir opinion iu.i i. js auuiwi m ou uuicib. 0 Ixnpz'ovocl Uorao JPowor, Also Wiloo: SuDerlor to anv in use for Oinnlua Cotton. joining Passenger Depot, MACON, OA. Made only ol 8CHOF1 ELD S 1XON WORKS, ad 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 tbe planter seas lit. without extra expense. No labor required to tramp cotton in the box. This Press Is more POWERFUL, ECONOMICAL and DURABLE Than any now sold in the Mississippi valley; guaranteed to be first-Mass In all respects, nd to make a nve-hundred ponnd bale in les ilme.and with less labor, than ay rress In ths market. Ha price Is about one-third Uss than any other Press called flrat-elass, and hut a trifle more than the cheapest. . All orders addressed to ciara, r.iy e-o., jea mini now, or w a.n,auii,wi ee, will meet with proini sucnuon. E. L. MORSE. street, Memphis, Tenn daw FOR SALE Tne three-story Brick-house aud lot. No. 44 Washington street. Terms asy; or will less on long time. F'UR SALE or lease on long time, Lot No. 70 Beale street, and lot No. 183 Madison st. FUB BALK The two-story Brick-house and Lot No. 163 Main street. FOR BALE Seventy-three seres of flne cot ton land within IS miles of Senatobta Mississippi. Inquire at No. R4 Main street, between th hows of 13 m. and 3 p-m. an!4 have been restored to health. One bot tle will prove Its efficacy. Bold II 00 par bot tle, or six ror S6 00. JOHNSTON , HOLLOWAY A OOWDIK, my'jnsnd Philadelphia- JlLJksStJ HALLS Ia the best article known to preserve Uie hfe last hair. It will positively restore Gray Hair to Us Original Celor tafl Prianto Its brewth. It Is an entirely new scientific discovery, combining many Ok the most powerful and restorative agents in the vegetable kingdom. It MkM the Hair smath and glossy, tad does act stain tb skis I IT 18 RECOMMENDED AND USED E? THE PlHtsT MEDICAL AUTHORITY. For aale by ail drnaadsta. Price Jl 00. H, Y. iUU A OO, Raanna, . M., Proprlssors Peabody Hotel SaS Is being thoroughly cleansed, repaired and refitted, and Is now open to the travel ing public. No trouble or expense will be spared to make this equal to any betel In the South. PAUL H. OOODLOE, anSl Proprietor. KITE CORWitiE JOB PRINTERS, 14 Union St, Appeal Building. say- W take pleasure In stating; to our pa trons that ws have removed our Job Prlntla Establishment to No. 14 Union street, Appsa Building, where we horpe to aee our old tomers and aa many new ones aa will exam ine oar work and prices. We are now pr pared to do iu kinds of Printing and Bind lng on tne moat reasonable ter.ws. Oar stock of Cards., Billheads and Cap Pa pars ia oomplst". - WILDE. COLLINS CO., 1S4 Main Bt,. sive wholMaale. agents for ths SV.nth. stl LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN. THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY. Sheriff 's Sale of Real Estate TjY virtue ol a venditioni exponas to me JL dlrectesc rrom lue t irst circuit court oi Shelby county, I will, on Saturday, the 13th August Next Proceed to sen, to the highest bidder, for cash, wltlitn legal hours, lu rrout of the Hhe'llTs office, ou rjeeond street. In the Qreenlaw opera Building, elty of Memphis, tbe foliow inir described real estate, to-wit: A certain lot or parcel of land lying aud beta in the county Ol fcueioy, anu sisie ot kuusim hpine s nart of subdivision of Block .10 . i7 frontalis 140 reel on the north side of Jessa mine street and extending back north lie.1 feet, immediately east 01 mi lopps rest ueuw ii 11 1H.1. "iii--. .,1.'. . -1. , being the same lot conveyed to John S. Kiynn by Kouertaun Topp by deed dated May XI, 1SS2. Also, a certain lot or parcel of ground situated, lying and being in ths county 01 Shelby and Bute of Tennessee, situated on St. Martin street. In the city of Memphis, and fronting 38 feet on at. Martin street, and run ning hack east to the bayou 72 reel, a more complete description or which Is given In s certain deed of trust executed by John L. Morgan to Thomas H. Logwood, dated Jan uary is 1814. Also, a certs 10 piece or parcel of land situated, lying aud being In the county 01 Shelby, 8tie of Tennessee, front ing liai feet on Walnut street, Memphis, Ten nessee, ai.d running .back 150 lest In depth off of the soutnern part of six teres 01 land pur chased st chancery sale by Robert S. Smith, and translerred by said smith to Samuel P. Walker, and being a portion ol tbe same land vested In Charles Joues by a decree of the Chancery Court of Memphis rendered In the case of Newion Ford, Adm r of Thomas Mull, deceased, at aL vs. John S. Clayton et al., on the sth day ot April. 163, levied on as the property of defendant. James li Logan, to satisfy an execution In favor o! II. K Robert son, surviving partner, etc, for U,16J US, with Interest and costs of suit. The above sale Is postponed until Friday, October 14. 1870. MARCUS J. WB1UHT. Sheriff of Shelby county. J. K Htaiow. A't'V tnr phttnttff ryS Y virtue of a Deed of Trust exemt : n. Lanpbler or Uie sb4ri:i ot it, e countv, Arkansas. s alternate Traaats William r. Wo.-fle'd,uu the Ul du i ruary. 1"8I. and duly receirdel I : page 34B. ol the Keeoads o- D-s-iia .- Arkansas, to seeure loth. Ne .0 thslrsssijnees, ceraln lndeb'.cdne-- r mentioned; and tne said J. Bt L-i it Trustee, having declined and ref,... I . aucb Tiustee, which Msas)siattSDat o. 1 ., said trust la duly recorded, iu stouk , p. , of ths records of said Is a'.s - uutit Ar kansas; now, there'ore In purau 1 eal ot I s K we.rs vested In ma by said iiusi i. rUl, on Taesday, the 20tk dav ef Stpt ftb-r, M 70, Between the hours ot 8 o'clock am . i o'clock p.m. in front W Petersou's star -house door, at Kneiwiton's Lsndlne, . i premises to be sold, lu avaaaai touutv, s a -sas, sell to tbe but best bidder, for sa real estate situated In said Desha 10 Arkansas, c nveyed by said 1:iut Heed. 1" sertbed as follows, to wit : A certain t r psrcel of taud, situate, lying sn t I couney of Desha and state Altai . . The i E qr. of the S W qr., the W , o W H. and the W S of the N W t4' No. ilj one. containing 20 41-l(x a. r- -esat one-hal, and the ! W '4 ..,1 -12), containing Is S'j-lfjn acres; the nor :, naif N JJ of section eleven 111. contalno. . i acres; the N and ths north part ... and the north part of the southeast qr. of sectle n twelve f Uj, containing 411 sit-ita. . : In township No. ,. south, racge 1 east. i south part ot the N W of see'lon 'etf in township seven south, rauae 3 es". talnlna 10 70 HW acres: the W o! the . . . . of section 35, In township six sont.i. one east, contain lag BO acres. In a'i 1661 II acres, or which about 500 acres n-e cie. t t, known ss the Worfleid tract of land. The. tltie to said property la biievd t" rn good, hut 1 sail and cuvey only as rrui.;e. JLOUliy e,r reeietlipiiou uierreo. ALKRED a. EDIN44TON, Sheriff tjrSO Desha county. Arkansas. Trustee. Lans vvue anu iti i inua n . w ef"ji-. ln the Bowels, and facill- T Wht' tales the process of Teeth- Bnbdnes Convulsions and n-o, mifTt.k: overcomes all diseases ln- -"2? wHr" cldent to Infanta and r.. VP- Children, CenU Cures Diarrhea. Dysen- aw y1, tery and Bummer Com- eTMp? pl"nt ,n cmUaren of Cssata It is the freat Infant's and Chlldrsn'i Soothing Remedy In all disorders brought en by Teething or any ether cause. Prepared by the URAPTQtT kWDICINs CO., St. Louis, Mo. Hold by druggists and dealers rn medicine svsrywnere. Trustee's Sale. BI" virtue of a Deed of Trust to me exe cuted ou the 25th day ot September, 1S, to secure the payment of notes therein speci fied, elne. to Mcfcluuey, Bryson A Co., which said Deel or Trut was recorded ln the Reg la lar'a orfioe ol Shelby county, Tenn., In Beak o. K, page 181. on ths ssnnnil day of October, I will, on taa 12th Day of September, 1870, Within legal hoars, at the billiard saloon knrwn as - Cadmus' Saloon," Avrsa Block, second si rem, Memphis, proceed to sell, to the highest bidder, for eaah. all SB articles described ln said Deed of T, ust, constating ln part of rnrniture, chairs, carpets and gas fix lures, or a sufficient amount to satisfy said Used ol Trust, sua D. BBYBON. Attachment Notice. H. J. Ensell vs. J. W. Drwln. BEFORE Jam as Hill, Justice of the Peace for Shelby county, affidav it having been made ln this cause, and attachment Issued and returned, levied, etc. : It la therefore ordered. That publication be made ln the Memphis Dally A pi-sal, a newspaper published lu the city of Mem- 5 his, for lour successive weeks, commandlug le said J. W. Irwin to appear before me al my office, clly ol Memphis, lu the 14th Civil District of said county, on the 20th day ol September, 170, at 10 o'clock a.m., and make defense to said suit against him, or It will be proceeded with ex parte. JAMES HALL, Justice Peaee for Shelby county, Walter Coleman. Attorney for Flt'ff. aaB Non-Resident Notice. No. 3800. in the Second Chancery Court ol Shelby county, Tennessee. - A nn Thorn peon , by next irlend, vs. J. W. Thompson at al. IT appearing from affidavit ln this cause that the defendant, V. B. WaddelL ia a non-resident of the State ef Tennessee: lt Is ther fore ordered. That be make his appearance herein, at the court-house in the city of Me mpbls, Tenn.. on or before the first Monday in October. IsTO. and plead, an swer or demur to complainant's bill, or the asms will be taken lux con leased sa to him, and set for bearing exparte; and that a copy er this order be pubiiaoed once a week, ior lour successive weeks. In the Memphis Dally Appeal. This August IS, 1870. A copy attest: M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. By Geo. Malhry, Deputy C. and M. Oeo. Washingt .n, Sol, lor eompl'nt. an 19 Bill for Divorce. No. 811, R. D.-In the Second Circuit Court ol Shelby county-Estkiel T. Keel vs. Martha C, Keel. A BILL lor divorce having been filed ln this J case, and It appearing ;rom affidavit that the detendant, Martha 0. Keel Is a non-raat-dent or the state ol Tennessee; It la therefore ordered. That ahe make her 3 pea-ranee herein, at the court-house ln the tv of Meraptoia, Tenn- on or before the third Monday in September, 1870. and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will cs taken for confessed as to bar, and set for hearing exparte: and that a copy ol this order be published once a week, for fear mini seam weeks, ln the Memphis Appeal. Done at office, this 9th day i f August, 1870. P. D. BOYLE. Clark. W. Ijnris Wbabtobi, Deputy Clark Jarnagan, not. tar iwum auxv Chancery Sale of Reai Estate -ON- Wedneatiay, September 28, 1870. No. 4120-In tbe Rjeond Chancery Coart ot Shelby countv. Tenn Janus Wilde, jr., A Co e st. vs. John H. Wsggener. BY virlae ofan order or sale made In tl , cause. I will set!, at nubile: auction, to tbe h'gbest saadaf, 1 lront of the i Ink aod Master's orflee of ths second Chancery ctmrt of St.elby county In theel'y ot Meaaph., Tennessee, on Wednevday.Seotember28, I1 , within legal boars, the following descrilivei real estate, to-wit: Lying and being in -.h-e county o Shelby, state of Tennessee, ani lo tbe city of Memphis, and bounded and de scribed ss lollows: xleglnniag ou ihe north side or Jefferson street at iron sinks en the east bank of bayou Oeyoso; running tbeucn eastwsrdiy wltn the norm side of Jell- . street sixty so, feel to a slake: them e norm wardty at right angles with JeHsisou Bates one hundred and rortar-e l-rht feet six inches to a stke; thence westwardly sixty feet to a stake; thenes south wardlv one ounred .ml forty-eight reel six inches to the begiuniu , being paitol original couutr lotnli. Txaats or Sale.-on a credit of tw,i .- montha, purchaser executing note with gnod aecurity. and lien retained until purehsso money hi fuily paid. Equity of redemptioti barred. Purchaser or purchasers mnstcomp'y with tbe terms ot sale wl hln ten days, or the r ld property will be advertised and resold, snd lbs delinquent purchaser chaiged w:tb the coats. This August S, 1870. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Vaster. Kortreeht A Oaft. Sols, for corn pit's. snSe Trustee. Sale. BY virtue of a Deed of Trust eTf cuted to me on the 10th dsy of Msy. 1870, by Th opbllus Prlt-hstt, asel duly recorde-1 In thj Register's ofil. e ol st. jlhy county. Trne-s -In nook No. 72, page 537. and for the purueisei ofpayluglhe debts cured there by , 1 a i.-1 , o u Saturday, 24th Day of September, 1870, Between the hours of 10 o'clock a -n. - r ' i : o' lock m., on the south west coiner of I he in tersectlon of Third aud Jeffersrn a'- ceu a.. a In front of the office of MeCaltnm A Kirn;. Memphis. Tennessee, sell, at public sun for ca h. to tne highest bidder, a certain lot or parcel of ground, eituale lu the clly . Semi his. Tennessee, and bounded, ss d. -scrlbed. ss follows, to-wlt: Beglnntns nt VI . fct. J. Pattillo's northwest corner ou the t aide of Mooroe street extended; rtiiio i - tr thence east with Monroe street eleituetl fifty-four leet; thence south at right au.i with said street about one-bundr a and six feet to M. L. Meachsm's north hountl.i: Hue; thence wat with said bound. ry Has and par-llel with said Mooroe sUeet.fltv rour r.et: therce north wl h aald paiti'io'a east tound try Hue and at right acgieswito ssld Monro- street about ens hundred aud flfrv-slx rest to tree beginning. Equity ot redemption Is waived by said Trust. Deed. The title la betieved to be: gooo, but I sell and convey only as ttuslee. BOtJI W. D. Met ALLLM, ircst a Trustee's Sale. BY virtue, and In aecordanea with tbe pro visions ox a trust deed made by l aa co and W. U. Qreenlaw. to me, as tr- the !0th day of February, lrW, duly record d in the Restisier's office of Shelby eottnty. in Book No. 7 1, on pases 80, 81, 6i auti 08, tosre-jre the payment of tertain iudebtedness, ih r -ln lully described, from ihe ssld L. Kocco to the said W. U. Qreenlaw, I will, ou The 1st day of October. 1870, within legal honrs, proceed to sail, in front of tbe premises, on Shelby Ire' t, the following described property, to tbe highest bidder for cash, to-wit: The south I: . ' . lots Nos. six (8j, seven (7), and eight , , ,t. block No. 11 (11) according lo Ihe plan of Sooth Memphis, lying on the west s de ot Shelby street, fronting on ssid street reveDty flve.75) feet, and running back westwsreltr beiween parallel lines, a d right atg s with Shelby street to an alley, with silt ! rights and privileges thereunto belongiUa e.r in anywise appertaining. The equity ot redemption Is expresslv walved ln said deed ol trustand tha title H believed to be perfect. 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