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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATTJEDAY, JANUAEY 7, 1873
Ftr-AftCE AND TRADE. and other efflc chasing, gold policy of the The hops has OppifB of thi Daily Appeal, ) Mkxfhis, January 6, 1871. - J $30,000,000 of the rniuc DEBT to be PAID DC KINO THE VKAK. WiSHixuTox, January 1. For some time paat there baa been a very earnest protest trom various quarters in the West, through Republican Congressmen , against the bond -pur¬ ling, and debt-paying retary of the Treasury. i e i pressed by some ol them tbst tbe new year would witness a change, but it will be found baseless. It is learned that Mr. Boutwell proposes to ko ahead and fulfil, if possible, the prop¬ osition of his annua! report to make the rreeeul ceneration pay ufl, through our decsome taxation, nfty million more o; the public cent In tbe next fiscal year One of tbe most pertinent inquiries among others, of Treasury, which is tbe West, but Iron country, is that coilin, regarding the ex balauce now in the tone, and jioeet! a fraction better, with a medium demand. New YoftX, January 8, 1026 am. Gold 110 Bonds of 1881 110K 5 20 Bjnds of 188 108i 5-20 Bonds of 184 107 5-20 Bonds of 1896 107 5 20 Bonds of IMS, new 106 o-'.'u Honda of 1817, new 106 5 20 Binds of 1888, new 107 10 40 Bonds 108 Pacific Sixes. 110 New York, January 6, 2:25 p.m. 110 110 108 108 108 107 107 107 108 110 M the from f ,r Liar On tbe 1st t 'as, in etei. I day of lfeotf the coin halanna numbers, $70,000,000, and the currency balance but $8,000,000. Yesterday tbe currency balance was $24,000,000, and the coin balance Ssii.lM) 000, showing an in¬ creased currency balanos of $16,000,000. Tbe policy tor January issued to-dsy, is to buy $H 000,000 of bonds and sell $4 000.- 000 of coin, but the policy ol this extroo - dinary currency balance is explained by tbe Secretory as f llo ws : At the cou - mencement of the present tiscol year ti. i-alanee had been usually, and for imme¬ diate- purposes, unnecessarily large. Tbe act id July 18. 1870, which authorized an increase or national bank notes, imposed upon tbe Secretary, he says, tbe duty of providing for the redemption of equal anaojht of tbeir three per cent, certifi¬ cates, while the decrease in the coin and currency revenues from tbe legislation ol last session, makes it his duty to reserve in the Treasury a sum sufficient to ena- Oold... Bonds of 1881 5 80 Bonds oflB82. 6-20 Bonds of 1864 5-20 Bonds of 186 5- 20 Bonds of 1865, new 6- 20 Bonds of Mt now 5-20 Bond of 1880, new 10-40 Bonds ...... Pacific Sixes. New Yoke, January 6, 1:26 p in. Stocks and bonds opened doll. At the close they were weak and seemed to favor a decline: (anion M Michigan Centr'l.llS . 4-1 , Michigan Souiti- era tl, . JB Illinois Central l&rV . btPg C 1 e vs 1 n d and Pittsburg IW . WS'C'b'caguand N.W. 70 . 4BfttJ Jkdaogo an 1 N.W. St preierred.. 8IJ I Kl jBsiek Island .-, Si) St. Pool St. Paal preferred blel law meo S.-.T nre bly ILit- inis accumulation, anion the I now insists is an absolute meas- tfety, has not afTec'-ed untavoro- tiuanci-1 rendition of theooan- try, but has ensbled the Treasury to keep on a aafe footing to meet the deficiency caused bv t be reduction of revenue. This American up U. H, KXpresN... New York On New York Scrt Erie.. needing . reduction, it may exceed toms. reach seven made about Intern large I erailv i alleged at tbe department be estimate made in Con- educed receipts trom cus- tance, it ia believed will lhono, being from five to i in excess of the estimate e law was passed. There is e amount of reduction in ion. The necessity for tbe ' balance has thus been gen- ad by tbe Secretary, but a 11 make it clearer. Of the fifty millions of authorized additional bank note circulation thirty millions hsve been sppiied lor trom tbe South and West, ntie n millions of which will prob¬ ably be granted and four millions of vhich has already been issued. As fast as '-his bank circulation is issued the Meo- retai is compelled to redeem the certif¬ icates in greenbacks, and therefore re- ency ba.anee on band for at the rare the aj - five or six millions 1 1 r. quired in a few days, lion ol the coin balam Yesterday, as stateo, .ns. To-morrow, how- quin lor a plica cum But I need it wi ever, the t qun with a Ooo.ooO. :ua: se. Thus, ear open t but - stau-d in reasonably an ductiun ot the coin balance o There is no reason, as inning, iterators, to anticipate tnge in what is known as the li policy. He says that he lot tbe toiaj re¬ nt for thi next fiscal year, including payments on oo- oosuat of the sinking fund, will be about nf.y millions ol dollars, though be reas¬ serts what he staled in December, tbst tbe estimated expenditures lor the next fiscal year, lncudiug payments on ac¬ count of the sinking Innd and for tbe in- teres' on tbe public debt, sre so nearly equal n the receipts as to justify and de¬ mand t.He greatest caution in dealing wi h the revenues and buainesa of the country. Tbe administration, there tore, goes ahead to.- the new year against the sbolitiou of tbe incuuis lax or the reduc¬ tion of taxation otherwise. THE VALUE CP MARKET RE POETS IS COURTS. The Supreme Court of the Third dis¬ trict of New York has recently decided I bat prices current published in a newa- paver fur public inlormation, and for eLrai inlormation, are admiasable in ne market value of d timo. Tbe same that tbe drawer of a ?ated as a principal discharged by any r in not making due not g'ving notice of haa suffered isws or then only to theex- . It was further de- ler of a check haa tbe t in which to make si therefore the payee guilty of neglect in beck on the d .y of its which suspended on Conrt also decided -beck is not payment reement, and that tbe remains and can be evidence t grain at Court also check ia tbi un s: rSOOVerSU . we yivyci Kiiyu law. AT TAB KV BET WHERE. 4 Miss.) JttoC saya: Stat The Jackson osrttfiustes of csived at par s are now re- sr in mere ban- re occasion and lan i MM. I was a and a hen, un- dl fierent t waa an- lated the very dif- pava and tiever repudiates its debts. When belore, slnos the g eat Mississippi bubble t'urst- ssiBo its "glory diys" has the credit of Ai'usisslppl osen as good as li Is to-dsy T 1 is -rtl tioates aho wing thtt they owe certain eikiourjtaof Indebtedness are as g aal as green backs snd green¬ backs are nearly as goad as gold for gold this morning in Sew York city is only worth 10. A BM OOOOS BATIK III MS W TOBK. We learn, aaya the New York JJiU'eltn, that the effort of some of our prominent 1.000- i sub- , of beaay, irvl : lade, letor. ot P. scudder, of si r, he.r; exact 1 decided A Co C . M Co. ; Jams cf K. bite A id. of ejection of otnosrs as der of tus stock Is ts- uation, which baa not upon, will bs as near lrv Boods trade as pos Tff B EEW TARIFF. The circular oi InatruolioDt to tbe Ool- tbe port from the Secretary or ssurT, defining the operation of tariff, is not only considered un- l to importers in some respects, but 1 mixed" in others as to be unintelligi¬ ble to uieny who have read and r-reaa ti. The sugar men, in particular, are dUsatis- KUM, and it Is suggested that (be Secretary uglo to Issue s seooud nrouUi modify- j " and elueidstlag the first. tbs Ti J. BO ' FINANCIAL. A eontinnW though small Increase la deposit ia repot tt d Kt "ur banks, and col- lonbllls offe' s Jdily. though not so ia bsIv a dealera X.nld wish. Tbe de¬ mand for . - iive, and selling rt . 'low,: New Y rk, Boston dna;id). Provident Philadelphia, Pall KiW lAemand), and Pitiahurlr discount: allimors, WU- miUKloB L'tTos. Kail R4vr ,''ibi) Bos- ton iight). and all point east vi))- burg, discount; Mew Orleans, a-- ooont Th checking rat on Kew York to-dsy was firm si par, snd ws beUave tbs new was nalversaJly adopted oy our l bonda there ia no move- it to note. Mrmpbia and fTfaarieston ! in some demand, but varv little is ob tbs market, while city bona (ex- ooupons) are offered, bat no bid mads. STOCK A"P BOJins IB BE W TOBK. its opened doll bat steady In COTTON. There was s good inquiry to-day, but buyers were unabl ? to get in. owing to the firmness of the market, which daily atifiens up on fine grades. There is some slight foreign demand for Ordinaries to Good Ordinaries, but none in comparison to that for Low Middlings snd Middlings on Eastern account, while the demand for Strict to Good Middlings from two spin¬ ning establishments alone ia far greater than our market can supply. The sales to-dsy foot np about 1300 bales, with pri¬ ces as follows: Ordinary &12 Uood Ordinary 1213 Strict Good Ordinary 13fal3 Low Middlings .13(1S Middlings toU1 Strict Middlings 1415 OOTTOX STATEMENT. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, ) Memphis, January 6, 187L J Stock, September 1, 1870... 4,280 Rec'd since last statement 2,872 Kec'd previously 258,220256,002 263,372 Shipped since last st'ni't... 2,638 Shipped previously 222,481225,116 Stock st noon this day...... 88,262 Import. Memphis and Charleston K R 472 Mississippi snd Tennessee R. R ..... 320 Memphis and Ohio Railroad 368 Memphis and Little Rock Railroad 320 Steamers 1062 Estimated per wagons. 300 Export. Memphis and Charleston Railroad 203 Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad... KM Memphis and Ohio Railroad 21' X CO STINK UTAL. OOTTOH PRESS. This Press will receive cotton for com¬ pression from and after this date. J. W. JEFFERSON. January 5. COTTOK IN NSW TORK. New York, January 6. 19 a.m. Market quiet; Ordinary, Hb Good Ordinary, 14'c; Low Middlings, 14c; Middlings, 16o; Good Middlings, loc. Sales, 12,066 Dales; receipts, 31,301 bales; here, 640 boles. 11 o.ui. Market weak and irregular. Low Middlings, 143; Middlings, 16c. 11:45 s.m Sellers somewhat apart in their views, and prices are irregular. Sales on spot, 660 boles; future delivery, 4000 bale. Ordinary, 12c; Good Ordi¬ nary, 14c; Low Middlings, 14c; Mid¬ dlings, 16c; Cood Middlings, 15c. 1 p.m Market irregular. Hales on pot, 2UO0 bales; future delivery. 8000 bales. January, H',c; February, 14c; March, loc. Receipts, 604 bales. Ordinary, 12',c; Good Ordtnary, 14e; Low Mid¬ dlings, 14c; Middlings, 16c; Good Mid¬ dling, 16c 2 p.m. Market heavy; sales on spot, 24O0 bales; future delivery, 9500 tales. Or¬ dinary 12c; Good Ordinary, 14c; Low Middlings, 14",."; Middlings, 15c; Good Middlings, 16c. 4:15 p m Ordinary, 12c; Good Ordi¬ nary, 14'c; Low Middling, 14c; Mid¬ dling, 15c; Good Middling, 15c. Sales to spinners, 1076 bales; for speculation, 46; for export, 3868; in transit, 500. Sales for the week to spinners, 4481 bales; for peculation, 233; for export, 114 220; in transit, 1250; for contract, 52,200.-900 for January, at 14c: 3300 for January, at 14r; 200 for February, at 15c ; 1200 for February, 14 T. ; 400 for March, at 14c; 1K0 for March, 15e; 100 for April, at 15c; 600 for April, at 16c; 500 for April, private; together with 600 at I6c 3 26; RaeaetU, $2 76&8 A); Onion, $4 ( 4 60. Turnip dull and nominal. Powder Mining, per keg. $4 0; rifle, $6 50. Rice North Carolina, 8&8c; Louisi¬ ana, 7fe8o. Sugars White Clarified common to choice, 1314o; yellow do, 12il$o ; cholo Louisiana, old proces,13lSc ; prime, 1213c ; fully fair U12c; fair 10lla Salt-280 pound barrels, $2 352 50 Dairy, $3 50S 66. Soak, $2 16 for coarse and $2 25 lor fins. Starch 78c per pound. Soap German mottled, 86o ; yel¬ low, 67o. Shot Ranges from $2 60 to $2 76 per sack. Seeds Red Clover, per bushel, $8 50; Blue Grass, $175: Orchard, $2 25; Timo¬ thy, $6 50; Alelke Clover, per lb, $1 OU; White Dutch do, 75c; Lucerne, 76c; Bar¬ ley per bushel, $1 75; Block oats, 80c : Wheat, $1 502 50. Spirits High wines, 8294t; old Crown Anchor whisky, 700 ; old Magnolia do, 80c; old Tennessee white do, 60c; old Bourbon do. $1 15; Tusoorora -do. do, $1 25, Miller's do do, $1 40; Ford's do do, J. 7.": o'd apple brandy. $2 80; old pech do, $2 90; New York F F do, $1 36; Otord, Dupuv it Co., 1880, do, $750; Swan gin, $1 25; Fish imported do, $7 50; old port- wine, $2; Crow sherry do, $2; Home bit¬ ters per case, $8; Our Own Southern do, per case, $78; Plantation do, per case, $6 50; H os better's do, per case, $6 50; clar¬ et. $3 5Hj6 per esse; Cats w bo, $7m 9 VINKOAR Common and pickling, 10 per barrel. GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS A C. Tkeapwbxjl, late Meacham A Tread well A. B TKtlDWKLL, of Treadwell Bros. B, A. Tax a DWELL, of Treadwell Bros. B. D. Treadwell, of Treadwell Bros. A.C. TREADWELL & BROS. Wholesale Grocers AMD COTTON FACTORS, NO. U UNION STREET, Stonewai! Block, : Memphir, Tam NT From the above card it will be seen that A. C. Treadwell, late of Meacham A Tread¬ well, and Treadwell Bros, have united under firm style of A.C. Treadwell A Bn Tothel. friends who lave Heretofore patronized mem so liberally, they return slnoere lhaaks. and to them snd to all who may favor us wlta tbeir patron aie, we pledge our best sSorU toudAw A. U TBADWEliL A BROS. RAILROADS. p MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK R. R ri. J. BEAM HAW. Mmsou, Tenn J. B. COTHBAB, Tabernable, Tenn SPECIAL NOTICES' Defemiv MedlcailM. Investigation Is as necessary lor tbe protection of the human body agalnt disease when unhealthy Influ¬ ences are abroad, as iron armor and granite casements are for tbe protection of .hips aud fortresses when assail j by .hot and shell. Hence, It It desirable wben those potent ene¬ mies of vitality, damp and cold, pervade the air we breathe, to pat ihe system In the best possible condition to encounter them. The stomach la the organ by which every other or¬ gan la nourished and sustained, and therefore upon its vigorous and regular aotlon depends, ins great measure, the oipaefly of the sys¬ tem to resist the assaults or the lnvlslb'eene- missof health and ills, by which, at this In¬ clement season, It U surrounded. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, an admlraole tonic and reg¬ ulating medlalne for all seasons. Is never more needed than In winter, when th tor- plfylng influence of a chilly atmospoere al- feeta all the vital functions, and renders the body extremely susceptible. By toning tbe digestive ergons, snd the liver, and the bow¬ els 1th this oneqaaled vegetable Bpeelflr, a physical condition la attained which seems to be proof against all varieties of tempera¬ ture, and that Is inimical in the air of win¬ ter. Defensive medication is a precaution which should never be neglected when dan¬ ger Is present, and therefore a course of the Bitters at this season is particularly desira¬ ble, especially for the feeble and sickly. As a remsdy for biliousness, dynpepsio, nervous¬ ness and bowel complaints, there Is nothing comparable to this wholesome restorative. U. C. Howard, Tabc-nade. Tenn. W. A t'OTHRAJ, brad?n Station. HOWARD, BRADSHAW & CO. Cotton Factors AK COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 252 Front Street, Up-stairs, : : : Memphis, Tenn. or Liberal cash advance mads on all con sign menu, and instructions obeyed to th letter. seSdaw TRADE. Business in the general markets contin¬ ue meagre, and receipt of produce are light irom all sources. There is nothing favorable to report concerning navigation above this point and Cairo, but a day or two more of mild wealher will make a great change for tbe better. The market rule much tbe same, and effort made to force np prices generally fall, as the de¬ mand is light tor all things. There la lit¬ tle or no call for feed except from the lo¬ cal trade, and the stock on hand, though light, aeema to be ample. Alb am Bbkr Ale, $10910 50 per half barrel. Porter, $11. Lager, per keg, $5 25. Ale. per dosen, $?(t3 25 for quarts; $3's) 2 90 for pints. Portr, do , Oenuiness A Yoang's Scotch Ale, In pints, $2 60 per doon. BriTLR Dull: choice, S0$35c; good, Mttfl Broomcork Broomcorn, $5o$80 per ton. Baooiho amp Ties Kentucky bagging, Wj0We; Flax, tngMc; Ounny bogging, 2122c. Iron ties, 5f&6c Beeswax -Selling st 245,26c. BKAHS-Xsvy, $1 75o2 per bu; white mixed, $1 504$ I 75. t a -j to bs Slick, leQloXc; PlkiD fsncy, 20c. CAifnLEB Star.ll ot, 1SV; 12 ot, 14 Sc; full weight, 19c Cotton Y arks No. 400. 1020c; 500, PV17c: 000, 15&16c; 700,12--13c. Corn heal. Demand light ; selling at $3 2.'. 'o $H35 by tbe dray load. Cottonseed Cottonseed on levee, $9 Chbksb Western Reserve, 1- i - ; Fsctory, 154(ffl6Hc; English Dairy, 1H Coffee Common to choice Rio, 16a20c. A.v.MKi) Ooods Condensed milk, $14 14 50 per cose. Cove Oysters, 1 lb., $165 (I 75 per docen; 2 lbs, $2 752 NO. Petwbes. $2 o5fa2 MO. Pears, $3 50. Toma¬ toes, $2 15q,2 25. Cherriea, $33 16. Plne- siplee, $3 5o 4. Brandy cherriea, $5 50 v Pickles, half gallon, per dot .n, $5 10,5 50; iOarts, $3 253 60; pints, $2 25. 2 30. Tomato catsup, $1 202 25, Pepper- saee, $1 20. K00M Fresh in fair demand at S5o. Peed -Hoy is in good demand at $28'i 24, as to quality. Oats are selling at 51(e) 53c, in lole. lorn la steady at 67(58o. Bran, $22 52o. These are levee price in large way. Small orders sre filled at higher raits. Cotton eeed meal, $22i$2 Kbdit No choice apples in market; in¬ ferior sell at $34 50 per bbl. Plot b Price hsve advanced about 50c per bbl since tbe lat. We quote: su¬ pers, $5 to $0 ; good family to iancy. $6 60 to $ 50. Kiu Sardinei3(dj2ic for quarter; 87, 38c lor halves White Fish, $8 per half barrel, ltoe Herring, per hair barrel, $90 8 60. Mackerel, per half barrel, No. 1, $12(12 50; No. 2. Ibj8 50; No. 1 kit, 2 60; No 2, $1 76 ; No. 3, $1 50 1 60 Frbsu Meats Beef, sil round, 67c. Mutton, 7Hc. Pork, Msuc. Uunnies- l(Clo for good seconds. (Jams Wild ducks, $1 6u2 50 per dot, RsbblU, $1 5tXg.2 50. yuatls, $1 50 1 75 Wild Turkeys, $11-12. Venison, 67c. Bear, 8 12c. Hldbo, Furs add Tallow Hides and Furs are stdy. Dry Flint, 17o; dry Bait, 14c: green, Tc; green salt. WV,c Tal¬ low, c. Deer skins, 15016c; beaver, ho -$i 50 each; otter, $H4 each; mink, 4oci$l ; lox, SOe ; coon, UMta. HoMiRT-Demand light; $66 26 pay barrel. Kbout In barrels, $9lo. LdtATBBR HasBloek sole, $Sc; oak sole, 4840; saddle, 404;; bridle. $4S i&to per doxeu; uppers. 40 .lie; calfskins, TaaawLu... n doabn. taOSAuO. Livb Stoce Cottle. 1st quality, h rt: IA OUOlltV. i'OLif. . (XlUlUlon, 3UC; good supply. Hogs, are active for packing at to7o. Sheep are dull at $37 per head. Texas beeves, $20 to $40 per head and dull, with fair supply. M glasses Fair .Umisi.us. 68 70c ; Prime, 775c; Choto. M ; yrup, Mfx!-S !b a'l K' 0 Naval Stores Tor, in kegs, $6 25 for pue; in 40 goilen barrels. $S10. Pitch, $6 per barrel. Oakum, $fttt per bale. PorLrRV-Cfilckena, $3 00av4 5o per do. Duck., 3- Turkevs, $14018. Pu.'.v ihin 'I i, Mete tw.rlr in InAfl U fiA illlk - 21. ntear Hamui sides. ltAUHo; Clear bulk eida, 10tolU- ; eleor nu, JO 1bU: abool.ier. 7.iaJv-; ttreakfasi. on, i;18c; plain augar oured hams, 17 iei,c. Lard in tiereee, 12l$Hc; kegs. ll414c taddies, 15lJc Pro is PCB Pooohbiow pototoss, $ 000 demand ia li STEAMBOATS. FOR AKKANSAb KIVER. For Arkansas River Memphis aoc Arkansas River Packet Co. U. S. Mail Line. FALL ARRANGEMENT. ON and after Monday, Heptember the 12th the elegant passenger packets of this lint will leave ilKMPUlM FOB LITTLE BOCK and all intermediate landings, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, At 5 o'clock p.m., making direct connections at Little Kock with the lUht-drauaht boats o the line for Fort smith and all Intermedial, points, and witn tne regular D. B. mail coacbee for Bet Springs. Tbe boats of the Una wer built expressly for tbe trade, and possess unsurpassed facil¬ ities for transporting passengers and freight to oil points on the Arkansas river without detention, at all stages of water. Freights consigned to this company at Memphis or Mouth of White river, will oe forwarded promptly to destination without an j charge lor transfer. sell JO r . Presidno FOR WHITE RIVER, and tVtiite River Ur.tet States Mail Line. I A U further notloe, ths boats ol CR1NG the nimmv, and until boats ot. Memphis rtil this line river on n?-u.eascl'y-aB efts Sarurd'ya At & o'oiock p.m. For freight or passage apply on board, or W. ii. PATTKtrjS, Agent, So. I Madison si, Stanton Block. Ot to ELLI JTT A MILLER. Agents, ap'i No. 2 V-nmnadp .t . opp I -m 1 1 . 1 :nit assaaasssawii III I las FOR NEW ORLEANS. Regular Memphis and New Orlear f WEDSSSDA Y PACKET. For New Orleans and the Bends Soaaon 1B70-71. Th eiegan t and superb posssnger steamer BELLE LEE J. r. Hleks master I Jno. 14. Bulll von. ..clerk Will 1 stive Msmph.s rsgnlarly every Wedces- dnrlng tbe'eason, as follows: Wednesday November th, at 5 p ui .... ovw.u oer bso, ai p.nj Teeember Tth, at 5 p. to December 21st, at 5 p.m 1871. Wednesday . Wednesday . Wednesday.. Wednesday .. Wednesday. ... Wednesday.. Wednesday... Wednesday Wednesday.... Wednesday. . Wednesday. Ti. rough IM sold on board on lioard er tc M. WALT (' H W. LIGHT! January tth, at 1 p.m . January 1 th, at 5 p m February 1st, at 5 p.n: February i5th, at 5 p.n. March 1st, at 5 p. in March ! ti, at S p.m Aaron 2Hh, at 5 p.m ....April 12th, at S p.m to a'i pointa on Bed rive: r frelgbt or passage apply genu. 772 Front sreett, .VK,Uer I Ag't, 59b Front t Regular Memphis and New Orleans WKDNBSIA T PACKET. For New Orleans and the Bends Beoaon 187071. Th Superb and Fast Passenger Steamer MAGENTA 1. Btat Neal .m aster A Martin el Will leave Memphis regnla:ly every Wednes day during the season, as below: 1870. Wednesday Wednesday Wwluesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednwday Wednesday WMI1MH.V For trsignt 01 paysage a, X w a 1, 1 at R w : : .h November 2d, at 5 p.m November lttb, at 5 p.m ....IXovemberatKh,atS p.m Uecember 14th, at S p.m li"&aiUr an I:, at 5 s.m 1871. January 11th, at ' p.m January 2Sth, at 5 p.m February nth, at o p.m Jehroary jd, at p.m . March 8th, at 5 p.m .March ml, at a p tc ipply to Front streeL icp'ULge nt. -XV: Kront. A. B. BATTELLT. i. a. naTTELLB MEMPHIS ROLLING MILL. MJA.TTjH13L.IjB1 eft OO.. Manofactureis of all slaes of ROUND, SQUARE AND FLAT IRON, Cotton Tie, Fish Bars and Bolts, Railroad Spikes, Choir, Eta. MEMPHIS, TKNNKHSKK. sr ufBce st Works, on Wolf river, In Chelsea. Old Boilers and other Wroughl-iron Scrap bought noi 2 CHANCERY SALE OF MEMPHIS SUBURBAN PROPERTY. 1 ot obedlenee to a decree 0 th Chancery court of Tipton county, rende-eu. at the last octooor term, 11 the cans or u e. rai Bier, aduilnutrator of Kd. U, St elUn, de¬ cease. 1, vs Man ha Sieiion, widow, and oth¬ ers, the heirs and creditors of said Ed. U. Stielton. I will, on Saturday, January 21, 1871, At th court-house door. In th town of Cov¬ ington, sell, to tee highest bidder, on a oredlt of six months, whatsver title the heirs ot kd. u. Sheitou Lavs In and to a small tract of land. Tne lend lies near lb Stat Female college. In tns suburbs 01 Memphis, la off ins couth end ol the Kerr division, and is bounded as loliows Beginning at tbe southwest corner on the aerth side ot Kerr ovenae, o a suaks with white oak point. r, marked N ; thence north 4K ieet to a stake with white oak p. it ter marked l: theues east iX . ei to stake 12 links east of a black oak marked A ; theaoe sonth StMH'eetto a stake on he north side ei Keir avenue: thence west 83 test with the north boundary ot Kerr to tne be- f Inning, containing a acres. This is a well tuproved ami dtelrable lealdebO Lo'. Fur- thr particulars on day ot sale Note with at least two good seeoritles required of th pur- euaaar aa.5 Ilea rsu.ci d. ' ILL LAM uierk I. M. sxesle, fteuette. NOTICE. REMOVAL. TORftTER, KEALri'.FER A OO. hove re- 1? moved Ircm iiuB Main street, to No. 336 Frcat Street, corner of Oiloa, BAQKiilU BLOCK. D, B. FOBSTBB. I C.W. KEALHOrEX. THOS. DAT" Forster, Kealhofer & Co. GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 336 Front Street, MEMPHIS, - - - TENNESSEE. HI NOTICE (REMOVAL A J. ROACH A CO, formerly of N 314 Front street, hove re ooved to No. IS Union street, where they will be pleas id to see their friends and tne public generally. A. J. Roach, J, A. Formerly ol Somervllle, Tenn. KlBBT, Memphis. -A.. T. Roach cSo Oo. CROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND COTTON FACTORS, Nt. 13 Union Strest, Memphis, Teen. " Special attention psld to the pale of cot ton. and liberal advances on the same. dts JUST RECEIVED And far Sale Low, IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS: A lot of Mackerel, 1, 2 and S; CocfUh: A. Field's Cove Oysters; Sardines; California Champagne ; Srdailen, Herring, Salmon, etc., etc. Berliner, 6etreice, Kumrael, Soatcb and Irish Whiskies. Th finest imported LIQUORS AND WINES Always on hand, as also all kinds of Domestic Liquors. Virginia and Western Tobaccoa. "PLEASE GIVE US A TRIAL!" A. SC1IEIKER3 A CO, d F0 Fron Row. Chancery Sale of Real Estate. B1 No SSJ county Branuam Merrill vs. R, B. lle- i re et ai. T virtue of an Interlocutory decree for ale. etiTere.i !n the abuve ciast. Daaem- b-r 19, 1S7S. 1 will sell, at public auction, to tbe lgheat bidder, in front of the Clerk and Mattel 's offloe, Greenlaw block. eroad street, be.ow Union, In the etty of Memphis, Ten- tiisae on Wednesday, February I, I87i. Within legal hours, all tbe right, title and Interest ot Q S. eversnn in and to the fol¬ lowing described property, to-wit: A certain lot or parcel ot ground, being and lying In that pait ot the city of Memphis known as Mouth Memphix, and b u'.ded as follows be¬ ginning st ihe .outheast corner of a lot for¬ merly owned by Van Felt, on Causey street, in said city; thence southward y with the east Un of Causay street, 40 feel to astskb; thence eastward y at d parallel with Van Pelt's line feet to a .take 100 feet from Her¬ nando street; tnenoe northwardly, parallel with Heraando street, 40 feet to Van Pelt's southeast corner; thence witn Too Pelt's line wesiwardly lo the beginning, it being part of lot No. 5, in block 45, as designated tn ths plan ot South Memphis, which was thought by Brauham Merrill of William L. Vaoce, as per deed of said Vanes to said Msrrlll, date ' l.ovember at, 1SS8, and regis¬ tered In the Reets.er's offics ol Shelby o uu- ty, Tennessee, book SO, part I pages 117 and 148. on tbe sib day of August, l&tt. Terms of sale cash. EDMr.NI A. t i LE, Clerk and Master. W'lson A Beard, attorneys. Trustee's Sale. BT vlrtne of a Deed of Trust executed to me on, the Ore day o January ,170, by Wm. P. Brad ry, and rKtnteied in the Kris¬ ter's rM of Shelby county. TenLeasee, In Book ft, pages lis .ui llo, I will on Wednesday, 25th of January, (871, Between the bonrs of 11 o'clock s.m. and i o'clock p iq.. at tne southeast 001 ner oi Court etquars, in the city of Memphis, sell at auc¬ tion, to the highest bidder, lor cash, the fol¬ lowing deRcrib-d real property, vis: The west half of th southwest quarter ot section 11 sun the south half of .evtioc 10. except 7 chains and S4 links off the west end ol the to'ithwest . Also, 4 1-3 tu the HW of section 10 anul acres also of theNE of tec ion 10, and for tbe boundaries ot sain land refereui-'1 U here made to said Deed of Trust. A. so. HI acres of he Nt: of section 10, at d which U described as follows vis: Bslunlng at the bW corner of ti. L. Rich¬ mond's ft' acre tract, po-toak and 2 hickory poiu'ers; thence south 11 chain. 4 links to a staae with p wtoak pointers; thence east H chains fa links lo a stake; thenoe south 10 chains to a stake tbeuca east Sj chains to a stake; the. oe north 21 chains and 40 links to a stake in Hampson's weet line; thence west ttehaln and ss links to the beginning: being In all 4SJ acres, and all In town. 1, range ti west, and aiiu Shelby county, Tenn , said laud will be sold under the provisions of said Trust Deed for the purpose of paying LIih -ui! ... - ,' tliHrHtn The sale wll be absolute, and the purchaser will be reoulred to pay the monev down. Ti le believed to be good, bat I will sell and convey only a tru.tee. Equity o; redemp- i on wane t. at. Inaie.LV, Trus'ee. The widow's dower. Interest In the above described land, will be conveyed to the pur oi ws ui lue i.u.i .tin. iru.i.iie. Js LOOWOOD A MT Of, Attorneys. NOLLOWAY'S VERMIFUGE CONFECTIONS 'I'WEJfTll years experience haa proved this JL the most popular remedy with physi¬ cians aud parents lor those pests of ehlld- tiood-Worms. They are cleasant lo take. and always eOectivs In expelling the Worms and toning the system up to Its normal uiudltton. Beware of counterfeits and Imi¬ tations. The genuine have the signature ol the proprietors on the wrapper of each package. jOHSBTON, HOLLOWAY A COWDKM, Philadelphia. No Curs No rat.' UUtkeWi TWfcr OasAweM WILL positively cure Tatter, Erysipelas Sail Rheuui. Barber's Itch. Pimples. Biulciius and all forms ol Skin Disease: also. Sore Kyes aud Kye Lids, Discharges from i. e Ear, and Old Sores, no matter of how long standing, or the money returned by th pru- pneujis. jusniiu., uuLLUwai suuwum, Philadelphia, old SO cents per box by all drasEiat. Sent by mail for So cents. JPomStociv CWsd ppAom'j JPruh moan lists WILL cure Bronchitis, Conaamptlon, all Luna Duteasea and Splulne of Blood. and strengthen and build up Ihe system to lis neaitny coniiittou. rni has been lasted by Prof. Troaseau In Two Thousand cases In the bospilala ot Paris, tn which It cored nearly every case, and In this country by the approbation of the physician many hopeless oases have been restored to beai.b One bot¬ tle will prove it efficacy. Seld SI 00 per but¬ tle, or six for as (Hi. JOH.NTOil, HOLLOWAY ACOYDKS, BxyAJeod FhiladelphuV TO $12 00 TO LITTLE ROCK PABSENOERH going West, by Uklng this A rcaa at a.m. racu nine rtoct at nam p. in. asm day, connecting with boats far FORT SMITH, And stages for Hot Springs, Washington, Camden, And all points In Southwest Arkansas am Eastern Texas. Only reliable route to LITTLE ROCK. Avoid laying over at DeVoll's Bluff twen hours, which passengers do who take boot Tickets ftr Sate at the COMPANY'S OFFICE 37 South Cort street. And at the Memphis and Charleston Rai l¬ road Ticket Office, Main street, and st the MeniDhls and Louisville Railroad Ticket Office, 237 Main st and at the Illinois Central Railroad Ticket Office, 22S Jefferson street, Memphis, also at Hopeneld depot. Arkansas. B. P. ROBHO!, S. D. WILLIAMB, Ase't Hnpt tseat) Oen'l Snpt. LITTLE ROCK AND FT. SMITH RAILROAD. TIME OAHD. freight train will run as fS and after Monday, November 21, 1870, s passenger anu follows Leave Huntersvllle.. Par iett Palarm Gold Creek Conway Cadron PlummerV... GOt."S& WEriT. ........ SJOojn K a.ra 9 33 a.m lu:i a.m . .n ii.:r. U.tJO a.m li ai a.m Arriving at Lewisbnrg 12:00 m, OOISO EAST. Leaves Lewlsbnr.- .. .... im p m Plnmmer's B p m Cadron - ... p.m Lanway 3-J6 p.m Gold t.'reak .2:52 p.m Palarm J:27 p.m Bartlett 1:52 .m A-rivlng at ijuntersvllle 4d0 pan. wStsEe connection between Lewis bu re and Foitsmlth. Coaches wlh also leave the principal hotels at Little Rock for transfer of passengers to and iroai the station at Huntersvllle. For further In torn, a: ion, inquire at tne general office of the company. Real Estate Bank Building, corner of Markbam and Commerce streets, up stairs. D. w. C. IIkuwN, Oen'l Hup't. LORING B. RlCHARDcJ S. nov'M Ueu'l Ticket Agent. LOUISVILLE ROUTE North and East. WINTER SCHEDULE! TAKES EFFECT NOV. 21, 1870, LEAVE . TIKE. Memphis 4.15 a.m. L46 p.m. H. m. AEBIVE AT BL Louis 1030 p.m. ;.... m. I7J0 Nashville 5.50 p.m. 5.0a.m. 15.OT Louisville........ 10.15 p.m. t.io a m. 17.10 Cincinnati 5.00 a.m. 12.00 noon UM Indianapolis 3.40 a.m. 1L20 Am. 21.50 Cleveland 3J30 p.m. ia25 p.m. 3Z5E Buffalo 10.40 p.m. 4.10 a.m. 3t.4i Niagara Falls 7.00a.m. 7.i: a.m. 41.30 .Ulsburg 7.05 p.m, lLou p.m. S4JU Baltimore S.OO a.m. 12.10 p.m. 48.40 Washington City.... 1.O0 p.m. 3.40 p.m. 50.10 Philadelphia. 9 JO a-m. 12J0 p.m. 46.50 New York J2.00 noon 3.u0 p.m. in JO Brownsville and Nashville train leaves daily at 4:15 p.m. Dally through train to Nashville and Chat- tauooga. without change of cars, leave at 4.15 p.m.; arrives In Nashville at 5a.m., Chat¬ tanooga at 7.10 p m. next day. lie pot at ueaxl : Main street. Ticket Office. srT! Mtin street, one door north of Jefferson. Tbe train leaving Memphis at 1 :45 p.m. runs dally. The 4:15 a.m. train does not ran on Snnday. Both tralua run through to Louis¬ ville without change, r-iegaut eleepmg car. run through on Ihe 1:46 p in. train from Mem¬ phis to Louisville, cod necting at Loulslvile with through ears to Philadelphia, Cleveland, Burlaloand New York, without change. Only one change from Louisville to Baltimore. Washington City and Boston. Bertha and staterooms, In through cars, can be engaged at ine ncaei una . isn Main street. J. . BOYD, superintendent. Ismek Hpcrp. Ticket Agent TjOV20 BOOTS AND SHOES. SGODBAB & 6ILL2LAND, Exciukiye Whnleaale Dae s n. BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, HLOCX Meapbia, 'Wttm now receiving our Fall iuJ Wlnte BtocE the largest we hove ever offered lo the trade. We Invite all Mbbcji ajttb U. call and examine before buying. mhif luka Female Institute THE Spring Session will open or. !t.e ltd of January, l71, and continue twenty weeks. For Inll particulars, address Kav. J. E. DOUGL BH, Pres't, dS'-dAw luka. M lsaiesippL GERALD GRIFFIN, Attorney At Law, No 15 Unlea Strest. Lee Block. W ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Ho. 7 Mflriiflnn Strant. Important to Cotton Dealers ! Cash Advaxtoeai! or We are authorised by Messrs. David Dow. A Co., New York, to make Ubersl Cash Apvakcbs on cotton, either to be held is Memphis or tor shipment to New York. T00F, PHILL'PS &. CO , dcl3 No 268 Front Street. BITTERS ! BITTERS ! TRY THE Star Stomach Bitters ! OF WHICH A. SCHEIFERS U CO. Are Sole Proprietors. 198-12 Near Washington de23 Latest styles Jol at less elastic SKIRTS, and Weriy and i OlseauFren ( h Corsets, from size 14 to 35. Sole Aaency for tbe Improved BREAST PROTECTOR. WHOLESALE and RETAIL. REMOVAL. Office Missisrippi Vallet Iwa. Co., ) M EBi'His, Tenh., Dee. 30, 187C. f THE ofBce of the Mississippi Vollev In¬ surance Com pony has this day been re¬ moved from 14 Madison street to Wi Main street, over the Oerman N'allonai Ban k, u til the completion ot it apartments In Porter A Robinsou's buHdlnir, on Madlsoa street, be¬ tween Main and Second. JOHN A. t-TEBBISS, (ISO Vice President. BANKS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MEMPHIS. DIRECTORS! B. KJBMAN, r. 8. DAVIS, J. T. rARGASON. O. H. JUDAH, J. N. OLIVER, U. r. HJtlTM, NEWTON UKD. W. W. THATCHSB W. P. PROCHF1T, W. W. YOUNG, W. K. MOORE. J. W. JEFfEBSOJI, 0, O. PAKTK2. F. 8. DAVIS, President, NEWTON FORD, Yice-Preiit8'i, W. W. THACHER, Cashier. C. W. SCHULTE. Ass't Cashier AMES, BEATTIE & CO., 396 MAIN STREET, Otter Wholesale and Retail FURNITURE, CARPETS, OIL-CLOTHS, Window Shades, Mattre&sas, etc., Always at Lowest Prices and Will not be Undersold. OT Country Merchants supplied at rates to ompete with any market. oo4 J. B. M'CAFFREY, DEALEK IS - FURNITURE, Metallic Cases and Caskets, WOODEN COFFINS, AND COFFIN TRIMMINGS, No. 385 Main Street, Memphis, : : : : : Tennessee. JrdersbeJegralirrointlyfllled Dissolution of Copartnership. THE Srm ot Dennis A Cross, heretofore do¬ ing a Boot and Shoe Business, at No. SSS Main street, Memphi, l'ena.. was, by mutual aareetneut, owing to the uncertain health oi H. t ay Cross, ulssolved. to tale edect De¬ cember 15, 17(1; u clay Cross withdrawing (rum sold firm, and disposing oi 'its entire Interest in said firm to A U. Deems; A. Q. Dennis being alone . ithotlced to receipt lor or in liquidation of any claims due or owing the late Arm of Dennis & Cross. A. Q DF.NNUb. H. C. CROSS. NEW FIRM A."J L'F.NMrt will oontlun to carry on the Boot and Snoe Business, at at Main street, Msmphls, Teun , undo) the name and style or A. O. Dennis ThanEtul for post lovors to th lots nrm, would solicit a continuation ol the same. deAi A, U PJPTNI8. Memphis Appeal 1871! 1871! THE CHEAPEST PAPER OF- ITS SIZE IN MEMPHIS ! We endeavor to render the" Memphis Appeal DAILY, SUNDAY & WEEKLY As Use Mil, Reliable and Interesting as osy Newspaper printed. We aim to EOiie It fhs most reliable publication In Mem oh is, com¬ peting lor public ravor, glMng th earliest and best Inlormation required ty merchants and others. In tea coiums ore found, able EDITORIALS On all Public Questions. TELEGRAPHIC REPORTS From all part of the world. MARKET REPORTS, Giving a comprehensive Review of Trade .'n Memphis, and a Psicss CrEHEjrr of every article of Merchandise In Marset. Domestic or Foreign, with e variety of Comksbxi a. l Matt is. of interest and value to every busi¬ ness man andiamily, and A RIVER NEWS COLUMN, Ceasplete tn all the details that make lti of unusual value to river and commercial tn an. TO ADVERTISERS. A an Adveitlslng Medium for Bankers, ...... I- w ..... . . Ul'UI.11 1 u 1'KaL, In any of i's editions, is not surpassed oy any otner paper in tne outnwest. unr rlrcuiatloti is large, and found In nearly every towu and city In tne South and West. The Memphis Appeal. - A3- A POLITICAL, NEWS, AND COMMERCIAL JOURNAL, Is not surpassed by any of it contempora¬ ries. It la the PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE For the Professional Man, for the Merchant, lor the Farmer, lor the Mechanic. Subscription Price Greatly Reduced DAILY- For one year (exdualveof Sunday), 110 0U; For six months, M (ft); For three months, 13 ML UN DAT- For months, f 1 B; W KKKLT For mouths, II one year, 13 SO : For six For Bhree months, 75 ceota. one year, fts SO; For six. For three months. 75 cents. . OUawon, of the Peaoe. Notary Pislio ui llsf-Bj Law. Justus OrriCK No 6 West iuri street, Memphis, Tenn. Particular attention paid to draw- ana ouusousn ox """it. oa CLUPBINa RATES. -To elubs of two or more subscribers we will send our Mammoth weexiy, tne largest paper m the South-31x6 inches for one year, each, 12. To clubs of two or more suoHcribers. ws wilt ifml nnr BfSBAY Appeal, for one year, eoah. fx. sfBTWa liKALEKK, A(i tNTS. KTt '.-News¬ paper Dealers. Express Aaents. (irantrv M. chauts. Postmasters, Depot Axentx. and arvv friends of the MKMPBI8 APPEAL. ho ill do so. are reuuested to orcKMire rMmi&r subscribers, remitting to us the amount, leas ten per cent., or nve per ceut. for eluhs tor services; or, if preferred, arramremsnt a to compensation will be made. ADVERTISERS Will And the MKMPUIS APPEAL the best advertising medium In the State. The great extent and variety of its reading matter has forced its enlargement for tbe accommoda¬ tion of advertisers, and Its circulation in all parts of Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas and Arkansas, among merchants, piantern aud business men, renders it espec¬ ially desirable to those who wish to reaob the general and substantial public, by advertis¬ ing their respective business and Interests. .Estimates given, aad Specimen Copies scot when requested Address, " APPCAL," Appeal BttlldUnA, Mem pbjs, LEGAL N JTIUL3 United States Marshal's Sato. No. 478. United State vs. Savon box. BM lbs Tobacco. -United States District Court, District West Tennessee. PURSUANT to on order of sol, mode ,'n 'he above entitled cause, I will offer for sale on Monday, January 9th, 1871, During legal hours, at the warehouse of Woi- oott. Smith A Co, Howard's Row, Memphto. Tennessee, at public auction, to tbe highest bidder lor cash, in. IbUowing described piopsrty, to-wtt: 7 boxes, IM ) b-i tobacco. L. B. EATON. U. 8. Marshal. United States Marshal's Sale. No m, United Htotga vs Two keg whusy. West Tennessee. uistrlct PURSUANT to an order of sale, matte In the above entitled cause, 1 will on Monday, January 9, 1871, During legal hours, offer aad Mil to tbe high¬ est blduer, for cash, at the warehouse o Wolcott. smith A Co., in the city of Mem- phis, the following dwetibed property: 2 Keg whisky, S gallons each. L B. AaTun . U. S. Marshal. Uniied States Marshal's Said, No. 474. -United States vs. nix boxes, MS lbs. tobacco - United State District Court, Dis¬ trict of West Tennessee. PURSUANT to an order of aala. made in th above entitled cause. 1 will offer for Monday, January Sib, 1871, Ourl-ig legal hoars, at the warehouse of Woieotr, -until A o., Howard's Row, Mem¬ phis, Tennea-ee, at pnbllc su tlou to tbe highest bidder for cash, the fo. lowing de scr bed property, to-wit: I Boats, MS lbs tobacco. L. B KATON, U. A Marshal. United States Marshal's Sals. No. 481 -United States vs. Ten Pounds Manu¬ factured Tobacco United states Dlstric: Court for lbs District ol of Weat Team PURSUANT to an order of sale made in the above entitled cause, 1 will, on Monday, January 9, 1871, daring legal hours, offer and sell to the high¬ est bidder for cash, at ths waiehonae of U ol- eott, Smith A Co.. Howard', Row, in the city of Memphis, the following described prop¬ erty, to wit: Ten pounds manufactured tobacco. L. B. a: A ION, U. B Marshal. United States Marshal's Sale. No. 475-United State vs. l Keg. 10 Gallons Whisky United States District ourt (or the District of Western Tennessee. PURSUANT toon order of sale made In the above entitled catue, I will, on Monday, January 9, 1871, durtng legal hours, offer and sell to tbe high¬ est bidder, for cash, ai the warehouse of W ol- celt, Smltu A Co , Howard's Row, in tbe city of Memphis, u e following described prop¬ erty, to-w.l: 1 keg, lo gallons whisky. L. B. KATON. U. 8. Marshal. United States Marshal's Sale. No. L United States vs. Six Boxes Plug To- bacco Pnlted States District Court. District of West Tennrsaee. PURSUANT to an order of sale, mode In the above entitled cause, 1 will, on Monday, January 9, 1871, During legal bonrs, offer and sell to the high¬ est bidder lor cash, at tbe warehouse ot Wol- eott. Smith A Co.. in the city of M em phis, the following described property, to-wll: 6 boxes Plug Tobacco. UU L. B. EASTO". V. 8. Marshal. United States Marshal's Sale. No. IS?. United States vs. Eleven bottle Snuff. United States District Court, Dls- triet of West Tennessee. PCB8UANT to an order of sole, mode in the above entitled cause, 1 will on Monday, January 9, 1871, During leaal hours, offer and sell to the highest bidder, for cosh, at tbe warehouse of W sieott. Smith A Co., in the city of Memphis, tbe lollosrtng dsecribeu property: 11 bottles snuff L. B. EATON, U. a Marshal. United States Marshal s Sale. No. 507. United States vs. One Ave gallon ket: whisky. Uniied Suttee District Court, Duatrlct West Teunessee: PUB SCANT to ob order of sole mode in the above ealiUed cause, 1 will on Monday, January 9, 1871, During Ipgal hours, offer and sell to the highest bidder, tor colli, at tbs warehcus of Wo.cott, smith A -o., theiullowlng described properly, to wit: 1 lie gallon keg whisky. L B. EA'luN, U. 8. Marshal. United States Marshal's Sale. Ne. 810. United Bute m Two Hess whl'ky. -unitea stales Jiatnci court, iiis.rioi o: Weat Tennessee: PURSUANT to an irdr of sale, mod In the above sntitled canoe I will on Monday, January; 9, 1871, Purlrg leaal boor, offer snd sel'. to the highest biader. lor cash, at tbs warehouse of WoiootO, smith A Co., Howard's Raw, In tbe city of Memphis, the following described property, to wit: Two hies whisky, 10 gallon. L7b. RATON, U. 8. MarshaL Administrator's Notice. HAVING suggested to the County Court Clerk ot Shelby county. Tennessee, the Insolvency of th .state ol Trnsten Wilson, deceased, i hereby notify all parties havlr g claims against said estate, to nle tiresome, properly probated, with the Clerk of aiu Court, on or before tbe 14th day ol Jane. .K71- or tbe same will be forever barred, de tw JNO R. GODWIN, Asm'; Clerk and Master's Sale of Laiids, January 26, 1871, No. MO, H. D.-Becond Chancery Court of Shelby county. Mary A. Feiu, Adm'x, etc, vs. ' barie t Field a c d others. BY virtue and In pursuance to the direc¬ tions of a decree of the Second Cham-err Court et Shelby county, mod a tn the above canse, on owe xexn uay ot December, unu, 1 will, on Thursday, the 26th of January, 1871. In front of my offloe on Second street, be¬ tween Union and bhtyoso streets. Memphis. ienn., at U o'clock ni., sell, to the highest and best bidder, tbe roll .wing tract of land, b slongit g to th estate of Dr. Choi le U Jteld d.'oeased : The first tract la situate In Shelby countv, Stat of Tennessee, and is described as lol- low: Fronting on the old Raleigh road, about roar mile from Court Square. Mem¬ phis: bealBDLng at a stake on Hollywood av¬ enue; running west on Raleigh plaakroad nine ! chains and two X links; thence north M chains 53 links to the Memphis and Ohio railroad ; thence eastwardly itll nine chains LMJ eighty-tour links to Hoil-vwood avenue, and thence sooth M IS 100 chains ts the beginning, containing 2 81-100 acres ot land. Jn this tract there 1 an elegant suit comfortable residence and other valaabl Improvements. II th whole of this tract cannot be sold at in minimum price axed-l7WXl. then 10 acres off the back ot said tract, fronting in Holly¬ wood avenue, will be offered, and If sold at flWO, ths balance of the tract will be offered at a minimum price of IMS The other tract I sttaote in tbe county ol Fayette, state of Tennessee, being ths north end of a tract of 4 acre owned by Willis rerson, beginning at a stoke In Wm. Daven¬ port's weat line, sold Person's northeast eor- ur, and running, thenoe north DM. pole to a stake with mulberry pointers, J. D. Brewa- ter's southeast corner; thence weat with Brewster's line 118 polo to a stake and wblte- ook pointer; thence south 174.S poles to a stake with gum pointer; thence east 130 poles to the beginning, containing I lj one hun¬ dred and thirty acre, about (t) thro mile from Moscow, M. and C. R- R. This tract has some good cable, between 50 and U oerea of excellent cleared land, aud th balance snoot excellent timbered land; tbe minimum price fixtsi is ti.vO Th title to sold land believed to be period, with no incum brsncea. Toxi o SALX-One-third cash, balance In two equal payments at on anil two-yaws from dot of sole; purchaser executing ai Individual notes, without seoormy. boorlBB interest irom dote: o lien retained on the lend to Mcure tn delarred payments. Thi December 31, 170. St D. L. STKW ART C. ond V. L. O Klsrea. -... -or .T.cop:Ta. a Memphis, Tbbb., Denoi Th jportaaiBBlp heretofore twetn watt a ( ISSL ii. exutlng he- by mutual .tana L Ths nam and etyle of .AJ day dMoolvod JAJEXB BL W Hit It J AS. A. CAMKSON. wUl b (smtlnaed under the J A-MAb M. WHITE- LEfiAL M0TICES. LE6AL MOTiiti BANKRUPT SALE. IT In tbe matters ot Horonei C. ClemenU and Abner ClioauBt, baakrapU. In Bankrupt¬ cy anapaa. scan Y V1RTTTE w A OCRTERAL ORDER OF O.e entered bv the Instrlrt Cnnrl ot the United State for the Dlatriet oi Waat Tuu.. so, I will aoU, on Thursday, January 12th, 1871, To the hi ghee? bidder for cash, at Randolph, Tennessee, ot 11 o'clock ot soli day the fol¬ lowing de-tcrlhad personal and real property belonging lo said bankrupt' estates to-wit : SAMUEL C. CLEMENTS. Two hundred iSKi! acre o' land, more r le, In range?, section .beginning iipoles wet of the southeast cor. er of entry o 9SS tor SCO acre. In tbe name or John ttwshee.at o sweet gum marked B. ').. in sold Uwehen I soatn boundary line; thence west 172 poles to a maple marked B. J , tw sycamore pointer in edge of a large lake: thenoe senth Ls poles Uj beech tree marked R , hickory snd be-en pointers; thence weat 171 polo to o slake; thence north 'HI poles to the beginning. Also- Ave head of torses, ten lUi ueod of hogs All no es and account. ARNER CLE 54 ENT8. All notosocd account Tehhs o Hanx -(.nan on delivery. Sened- ules and other evidences of property to be seen at my office, Ne. -U Main s reet, Mem¬ phis, Tennessee. decft O. WOuLRI UE. AsaiEPe Trustee's Sale. DI vlrtuarf a Trust Deed exucuu P on the Stn day of Jane, 1BE4, b Meath, and registered IB the Regtstei of Shelby county, in Book 97, page slg., I will, on Tuesday, the 17th J , i87l, i Between the o'clock p.m. the c tion on Chancsry Sale of Real Estate luesday, January, 10, 1871. BTo 1. R. D. In the Second Chancery Court of Sbeloy county, Tenn. Henry Nolan vs. Margaret Ulven et ai. By virtue ol on order of sole made ia this cause, I will sell, at public auction, to tbe highest bidder In trout of tne office of the Second Chancery Court of She. by county, la Ihe city of Memphis. Tennessee, on Tuesday, Januaay 10, 1871, Within legal hoar, the 'allowing described Real E-tate. to-wit: sorvey clty of as sabd thereof, front, a IteS !et tid runs bsck between parallel line t, a.il le b janned se follows: On .he west by rl'th street: on the north ond east by an a'ley.andou the uth by lot No A. Tne north halt of said lot No. Mi, wbleh ia to be sola, bos a font of IT feet on Filth street. Terms of Sale cash. M. D. L. STEWART. Clerk and Master. & P. Yeomans. Sol lor cumpl't. deJO TRUSTEE SALE. By vlrtne of a trust deed an' properly registered in sxeeut'd to me tbe Racist r's nessee, in Deed b, and at the re- note seeur-.i office of rsr,eby Rook 70. pages i quest ot the h r heret.v. and tor note and in psrssano of tne terms instrument, I will, un the purpose or paying sold suns oi SatBTdiy, tbe 7tk Day it' Jusary, 1871, Belwceu the hour o! 10 a-m. and 4 p.m.. at BOS ally ol A hhtheKt said tri; lying on. being a and uei point e Intersection i oveuae; then thence went I to the begiu- ing 7 acres, s: omce oi this cood quired to pay the lute. Title oeiitve and convey only demption barred. BEfl lore, i in the uih, to the i braced in : Sitae tc, fenn-asoc, un-e grant, irth side of east of the interaect I corner ol K. Provlne hence enet y . mrcbaser will be re- money down, cole abao- I le be good, bat 1 will sell is trustee. Equity of rw- D. B. POSTON, Trustee. Trustee s Sale. BT vlrtne of a Tru on the 15th dav TrlgK. and regutert Of iMono count is, i7, am, i w ty. r ill, on executed to me i, iwo. by W. W. Register' office in Book C, pages Thursday, January 12, 1871, Between tbe hours of II o'clock am. and 3 o'clock p.m., sell, at public auction to the bignest bidder, for cash, on the premises, the following described property and effects, to- wtt: en bead of Mu.es and Horses; forming Implements and utensil-of evt ry thoroeVJ ana descrttton: -t m Wagons, Hogs and other stock, together with the crop of cotton grown and raised the present year on 150 cies of open hind lying and being In tne county of Desna, State of Arkansas, occu¬ pied by thesald Trigg and family, and which U known as th "Wellington Place." J. N. FORD, Trustee. Estes A Jackson. A tl'y a. o Trustee's Sale. Valuable Cotton Plantation. IN pursuance of a Trast Deed made to me by James W Smith on 3d day of January. inoV, aud recorded at Beuiah, Bollvor county. Miss , in I'ook L. page 356. to secure the pay¬ ment of 'hre promissory note therein mentioned a payment of eleven hundred and oily ft 1160) having been made on first note), I will sell. On the 28th Uay of January, 1871, within legal hours, at the court-house, In Beuiah, to the b Wheat bidder, for cash, the tot lowing described land, lying in Bolivar coun¬ ty. Mm., via: All section 31, 1 lng west and south of the center ot Bouge Pnalta, town IS, id ail sect.o- 3D, lying weat o: e Pballa and north of old iOJy line, and three lots In ion 35, north of old Choctaw town 21. range 7 west, estl- sa3 ..res. i he title of above to be good, but I convey only E MONTGOMERT, ranged west; center of Bt Choctaw bou oast part of n boundary 111 mated to con lana is beiiev Novem nov GREAT LAND SALE. N'OTICK is hereby glvtm that, as Commis¬ sioner of the circuit Courts ol Crittenden and Lafayette counties, Arkansas, and by vlr¬ tne ot toe decrees rendered by sold courts, I will sell at the door of the State capltol bocse, tn tue city o Little Bock, Arkansas 0 tbs I7tb Day f ianoary, 1871, A large number of tracts of land, sltnated In Sevier and Lafayette ciunties, Arkansas, snd amounting in tbe aagtvgate to nearly or quite its utx acres. The iantla are of excellent qual¬ ity, and will be sold regardless of price. Descriptive lists will be forwarded upon ap- plt atlon to the undersigned, at Memphis, Tennessee. The sale will be continued from day to day until all are sold. Terms of a,e cosh in ban!. del O P LY' F- '-mmlssi'm'. Carbolic Salve. la Important discovery of the CARBOLIC ACID as a CLEAiSIXi. PI BIFTINO. and HEAUXO Agent is on of tne tost remarkable results of modern medical research. Daring the Late civil war it was extensively osed tn the OospitaJs, and was iound to be not only a thorootih disin¬ fectant, bnt also the Haost won¬ derful aad speedy HEUJSfl BE.HEDV ever known. vit i now presented in scientific combination with other soothing and healing agencies, in the form ot a AXVE; and, having been al¬ ready ased in numberless eases with most satistactory and ben- eflciai resnlts, we hare no hesi- ojoxBsno fat aTinlaWt it to the pnb- Be an the most certano, raxtid, and etTswifl remedy tor all Sores and V leers, no mtter ot how om standing, for Barns, 'nt Wonnds, nnl every Sold bv ail Drugls- Prioaxn. JDHH F. EfflBT, SMe PropY, MO. 8 COLLEGE P LACE. Mow York. C. C. WARD ft. BRO.f MEMPHIS, TENN., Grt3raral A.) nov DAYIDSON & CO., No. T& T afferntoxi trot DEA-LS88 OK FISH AND CAME. for i ttmn4 Gov's taKimrt 0st trs BSw Caasta las si. wr Delivered free to any part of tne elty." ilali " . Peabody Hotel WW This well-known boose has into the hands of the under- for s man oi yeara. He wiU no sttention or expense to make 11 a first-elans hotel in every rwpect, and hope to merit a liberal WM. C. MILLER, Owens im asil of r. A. rieg'.nnlng aost rood, s me, tnence ' an eastwar to a stake a the corner ot tnence wltl estimation ab -at lse oat of tela is rxcepte lng on OUy svenne, to make 1 35- tuo acr Betbeil to Mrs. Im Mctibee In sevsrolty Walker avenn- ano as will be eec by rn same, by C '. Borxe. bos lieen slaked and Equity of redempi uevea to oe ; iolt A. P. WALK; TRUSTEE SALE. rm.l l;-ee? S i seisin i ert In tne Ilswlsf m ottt--- Hneiby coanty Tennessee, in J eo I Bok part 2i, pao 5W aud OS, and at tn reaa. of B J. Baker a Co., tbe bolder of ihe no ae-?ared thereby and for tn pay men: ...ere Saturday, tbe 14th of January, SB At the so at r east corner ot Cnxtxtsnaowwi tbe city ol Mesnpbi. Isnnt el", t ei noors. seil to in b!gb -t bid.. - property deeer bed thet-m. ' t I to at Jokes D. Axwsesw's bbbsIMSiiiib of or inaleonntry lot ;6, oo'.inir I ' on as son street and running tvek : s to an alley, tbe front on sj j feet It Inches, and tne -'. lng 50 feet west of the weal street. Title bU-vsd to be good; . qoliy redemption waived. P. H. DAVIX. Trnstet Home B Poaton, Attorney. 'isl Trwtee s Salt. BT vlrtne of a Deed in Trust executed to i on the ath of Minaailm. BtT. by W. liaither. and recorded in the Register's t:f of Shelby county. Ten neons, in Book Bo. nose 51. etc , and lor the purpose V car; lng out th trnot therein specified, I w:i:. TtKstlay, March i4, 187!, Dsrtnz legal hours, at the r ruaent resider of said W. D. ttaither, sell for cosh, at pu outcry, the real estate conveyed In satsfTr' Deed, described a follows, to wit: A nor of land In Shelby county, Ieoneesee, adto lng the land on which the sld W. D. awnrJ resided on nth ol November. IS67. tomt ... lng st the southeast corner of said land a running thence west to theeostern ooucdi lice of the land owned by D. M W .i; . and on which the sold WltberlngVHI reald on November a, VXl: thence nunn arMh - line one hundred polo: thence ast le wtswra uuuiin.i sua o. ui. , thence soath along the oeeinnlng- contain lng by one hundred and twenty seres, c Title believed to be food. seU law W M. EWINt Executor's hale. I WILL sell, at the suction Bono nx coner Main and Jefferson trt Wednesday, ll'h day of January, K furnuure.elc.. belonging to'heestatec Trlkg. deceased. Sale within bswfnl Terms cash. T. A.MLM Fx'rof John rrlgg, dece Geo. Shields A Co., Auctioneers. Sale of Real Estate. No. last. S. R- First Chancery Coax Shelby county. M. D. L. Felts, astmini. tor formerly now KC. Keck, admiui tor de bonis non of the estate of lame Kens, deceased, vs. Kmiiy Kelts -'. . . T virtue of B in it and 'jctooer M. S lion, lo tbe nigh Clerk and Masts Second street. In the dlj on s office Monday, January 16, 187i, vithla legal h-'-urs, the fot'owihg AVwci property, to-wit: Pilot A town lot In Pickering, oheioy siunty.'l nntwd anon the plan of sold tow u a 1H IS, m M ark No. 28 Booed-- i- .- ory Interest ot Bmily Kelts, wld- wo' - K Fella, deceased, n and to the deecrl' ed property, si.i i; -. sa ber lower, a per report or eomxauato Bled herein Daosmbsr 17, ls it land. Including lue tmi r rvOBE situated in rarge . section S. elewe veyor'-district, county oi Shelby and of Tennew. e, on the waters ur Looaehsl belnij pa u ol grant Su IB; In the nam Wilson Sund.rlln: Part of the corner of grant 5i in tbe name. ( l Sander. In, bounded as follows Bsalnnn a stake on the norib side ot ; plonk rood, thence north 35 , west and n links to a stake. t links north elm marked '7." thence north S' Jti east with ths east, rn boundary of tn- acd McLemore 50uv acres. chains ai links to a black lecnot marked F. cy pointer, thence east X chains to asta e tone, thence south is ebalna aosi M link.- tn'e near an oak stamp, thence ta chains and 80 link-, tc a stake in a : thence snath 14 e'lolno to a sweet marked W S, their west li chains ai links to a stake 9i links west oi an marked W 8, then a- soath 7 etuvns a links to astoke and rhlteook pointer, f - south 15 i degrees s eot M eh.lno aa links to a stoke on i he north side of the Creek plonk rood, 'hence wtt the Bl sold rood fouth 53 d-itrte. w - 77H links to the bsginnmit. acre, excepting, bcwever,5-l ocr.s ,jh th couth side ond int. aded m Uie oi upon which James Overton tis a line particularly descrll ed ttus: C'tmmenc: 'be son in corner of the abose described ow's dower; running thsato BssBws4 chain along tbe sold planhrood; tri back west IS-55 chains te the wrttern ii said dower; thane nwathwardly to u ginning, which said 5-: acres are Inc. -id the d- scrip: ion givt n in the Ledger, In s the sale ol the entire Overton portion I vertlsed. Third Also, another lot sltnated In e nnty and Siate.ond just north oi the i ton 2s-t acres a part of which la dtsc above), commencing a the northwet c oi said i-ss acio pot I; mnntng tksaee of ... I to tbe jeginni . contain- tn ll-luC seres, and makl-'g Ssnre shape of a oisht skuli tbiale. TS3orhtLX onc-tnirdcau, balanc in 12 and a month; n1 with approved mob rlty to be given, and a lien retained until ail th purchase money is paid, said not to boor Interest from date. EDMUND A. COLE. C. and M. BBoosA J aaAsoc, attorney. ae! Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. 6tt O. R. Pilot Chancery CWnrt of What by county. P. Burks ol. v. Thomas Furd Y virtue of an Interlocutory decree war sale entered tn the abwv cause, - vember ZbUi, loTa, 1 will seil at puollc auction, to in ninen oioaer. in of th Clerk and Master's ofaoa. Greenlaw Block, Second strest, in th city of Memphis, Tenaeaoos, on LV Teesday, January 17, 1871, within legal hours, the following described property to-w!t: So much of lot Bo 5, block No. to, npon the plan of the town o! Ji-ru- phle. Shelby county, Tenne. s ia Incta- dod in the follow i-ig limits, vis: Commencing at o stoke In the west line ot Uernanoo street, at t e dividing line between iota Bn. nd . running thence weetwortily with sola dividing line 100 .', tht-nes nurthwaiuly at right angle Jl feet to a S'loka. thence aoot- wardlv and parallel with the nri named iine 100 feet to a s'aks oo Hernando street, thence south wordly with tbe line cf Hernan¬ do street il eet Co the beginning. Tib us or Sale.-Ob a credit ot seven iT) months; note wltb approved security to urn given Kqaity ot redmption tarred. Ei. Si.vD A. CULfc, Clerk so Master. (leo. R Phsts attomoy tie IS CHRISTMASPRESt.NTS PIANOS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. CjTElNWAY PlANo-4. Qabtov Plow. a. Ero- O ersoa Pianos, Vose Pianos. Price from ES to t7n each Mason A Hun Orf.u.- Prlces irom Sltt) to oi saeh. Muss iwxes. from to too each, traitors. Violins, Bar joe. Flutes. Files, Flooooleit-. Plcolo. Cla ren¬ nets, Bos. Tenor and Boy s' Drums, ol all sin; Boys' Trumpet, Trombones, enraato, 4 tot valve; Harmonica, etc. French and Oerman Accord eons, Fluttnes, concertino. ond suv.r band lnstsascuta. vui- ot Piano Music, beantftuily bound. Oeualne italnai and n largest stock of in tfte South. N. B. t ounfy merenonts and .Isalav Will leawe sand In their orders at one. K. A. BAN SON'S Ma. -J - d8 17 Main street. A BOOK FOR THE HILU0M. MARRIAGE a,mT.1IL Ujusi SOOOt CI II DC to marry, on UtB nhyatologi- VUilb. col mynarl and raveia- tion of the sexual system, with the its'. ami twenty-four page, with nasi mdnis and contains valuable In ti for those who iir marr.ed ur contemplate sttu it a a not lo oofwl lr any oi ( fre of portage) for 50 cants. Dr. IBitt' DUpwuaory. So, U B. rrael 91 Ttnia Mo. Aono. U Atwsssaf f' l ao Is,' or bo dsfIor Before applying tc the notorious Qcai who sdvertnwT UpuWI popJ; ' mi gum in' 't ?r by -Vadt x his woi ks.