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THE STJDSTDAY MOHSTIISTG- APPEAL-JANUARY 15, 1871.
FINANCE AND TRADE. Office of thi Daily Appbal, J Mkmphis, January 14, 1871. I HEW TOBK DBT GOODS. The New York Bulletin of Wednesday, summing up last week In the New York dry goodi market, says: "There wae a decided improvement in the dry good trade in first handa, daring the past week, and the movements aggregated a fair amount for the first week of the new year. There ia every indication that the ensuing season maUl be an active one, as, from the extent of their present pur¬ chases, the slocks held by jobbers throughout the country must be light, and with the comparatively small amount taken by the retail trade during the : ast two seasons, they cannot be car¬ rying an excessive stock into the next season. The result of the settlement of yearly accounts, and completion of the accounting of stocks, so far as ascertained, shows the pa: -. season tc have been about an average one. Jobbers have realized fair profits on their sales, but the volume of business has .lot been sufficiently great to leave a large Iwlanoe to their credit af- i r deducting tho heavy expenses attend- ion the trade during the past rear. S ooks were seldom, if ever before, in a bett-r condition at the beginning of a season than now. There is Tittle capital locked up, therefore, in carrying stocks oi unseasonable goods, and as expenses have, in many instances, been great lv curtailed, it is probable that the profits of tne Dusxnews aunng the current year will accrue more to the benefit of dealers than was the case during the year Just closed. The current trade is confined to staple and colored cotton goods, and light weight is easy at 1 percent, per month. TheieU Wild Tutkeys, f 10(912. Venison, Hai7e. not enough done in gold or silver to j as- Bear, 8iJe." tify quotations, yet, for tne information Hibes, Furs akd Tallow Hides and of our readers we give the current rates Furs are stead v. l)ry Flint, 17o; dry salt, for gold, SJiQSX buying and 10 '-;11 sell- Me; green, 7o; greeu salt, SKy,c. Tal- i low, JX"c. Deer skins, lilgjlbc; beaver, tHXXl oueacb; otter, 11(44 each; niink, ing; silver, 'j&6 baying and 7(S selling. City scrip, as a result of the firm and sen- Bible policy of Mayor Johnson, is looking up ; the baying rate ia otitis, and the sell¬ ing 70. Fot county serif there u but lit¬ tle inquiry; 69j70 is the selling price. An idea is abroad that a great deal of scrip is being issued by the county, hence a feeling that it ia safe to " hold off" and note consequences. Bank of Tenneesee cannot be had for less than 75 for round amount. State Comptroller's warrants are offering at the same rate, though not so desirable aa Tennessee, since they will not be taken in payment of taxes, except from parties to whom they have been issued. There was nothing doing in rail¬ road stocks or bonds. STOCKS AND BOXD IN NEW TORE. Nkw YoBK.January 14, 10:20 a.m. Gov¬ ernment securities are a lraclion better, with a medium demand. Gold, carrying, 6 per cent. QoM ; no Bonds of 1881 noJi 5 20 Bonds of 1882 lo,,; 5-20 Bonds of 1861 .. tv I 5-20 Bonds of 1866 ltibh I 5-20 Bonds of 1865, new I07i o-.u Bonds or 1867, new 108 5-20 Bonds of 1888, new 108 S 10-40 Bonds 107H' Pacific Sixes. nox New Yoke, January 14, 12:25 p.m. The market is firm, with a fair demand. Ster¬ ling active at 109. Gold, carrying, 6 percent. M one v easy at oa7 per cent ring season. There are several Western package buyers in the city, who, with the resident buyers for other jobbing houses in that sec¬ tion, and the representatives of the city jobbing trade, are canvassing the market tor, aiui, in many instances, purchasing goods for their spring stocks. The trade thus far hss not been very heavy, of course, but the movements, aa compared with those ot any week during December, exhibit a material increase, and afford a gra eiulrelieifrom thedullnesswhich pre¬ vailed for some we ks before the close of the year. With jobbers there is still an utter absence oi trade; and from present indications, there is said to be a probabil¬ ity of the spring season opening unusu¬ ally lat. The facilities for the rapid transportation of goods have increased to euch an extent wiihin a few years pact that retailers are enabled to make their purchases much later than they formerly did, and the trade which in former years risitpd mi market in reoruarv, is not ltklv to annear Ibis season before the middle of March." FaU.L'KK of the bone no; no; 109' 108?, m 107 10e, 108 107X 110J4 PAN The New 11 an adjourned was iieid on I toougbt expe but the laut tl nble as a re prominent cii of the city tb stroyed. indu to go on. Ao was reduced t mined, ii poa INSfRANC'E COM r, CF NSW HAVEN. liven Register of the .Vh gays meeting ot the stockholders laturday last. It was first iient to go into bankruptcy it fMi.vW remained avail insurance fund, and that z-ns felt that for the credi company must not be de d them to lake measures ordingly, the capital slock y.vuuu. and it was deter ible. to raise the re inaur kaj.OuO, and men to increase L'k to iOO 000. A number o izsns at once subscribed t re-insurance fund, thus alioo 000, and leaving only used, which is reported to over $50,000 new capital bscriued within an hour. uuemeu have, it is report ake the additional 25u.uuu meeting then adjourned to irjri leutial fluo ouu to swelling it SyiO.iJUO to be be guaranty s ock was while other ed. agreed t nedd. Tl the 4th inst i'be adijurned meeting of the stock¬ holders ot the Home Insurance Company was held at their imce on the 4th inst. The meeting was called to order, when Mr. Novee said that since the last meet¬ ing, when oe i.v was pledged to make up the f 150 00U deficiency in the re-insur- ance fund, it bad been raised to $138.0.0 and the balance oi $12,000 had been pledged. It was now necessary to raise the required capital stock to $.SOO,000. The whole plan in raising the deficiency fund subscribing to the new stock was upon the idea that the Company should go on, if its affairs, at the completion of these two matters, would warrant such continuance. He indorsed the Directors; thev had the good of the institution at heart, and their intentions were honest. The only trouble bad been that they had been deceived in two important facts first, as to the character of the risks held by the Company, and, second, the amount - ---ry tor are-insurance iund; and they could not be supposed to know, for iLev were not insurance men. Mr. H. L. Harrison offered the follow¬ ing: oferf. That all the matters in relation to the present condition of the Home In¬ surance Ompany be referred back to the Board of Directors, with full authority to take any such measures as they may derm best to protect the interests of the creditors of tbe tonipany. Voted. That we adjourn until the 18th day oi January, at 10 o'clock a.m. Mr. Harrison said that it would take about two weeks to ascertain the true state of affairs. The votes gave the Di- rectora full power to do all that may be necessary, but they would want the ad¬ vice and direction of the stockholders. Trie votes were then refused. Mr. Barilatt remarked that he desired to indorse the action of the Directors, and no one believed 'hat they ever intended to do anything illegal. In looking over the list of the Board, he could see no name that could be censured. Tne meeting then adjourned to meet on January Dili, at 10 a m. THE PROVISION TRADE. , says tbe New York HuUttin, moment is pretty both "bulls" and lopeful of gaining an early utage. Tbe former look to let for a stimulating mil li¬ as to some revival in the home call, while the latter jy as much stock as will be ready gone abroad, that tbe l more than half in as yet, ire the packing as already i per cent, in excess of tin period last year, with a at that yet to come must be get rid of It. On the beet pr 1 net the market has undergone no important variation, values remaining at ab ut 'be same general range as one week ago, except for bams, which are some¬ what lower under a little pressure to work off two tr three odd lots. Barrel lf has sold an wanted by tbe regriar trade, but shipping qualities were very much neglected. English exporters noi only refused to purchase, but even to inaae bids, and some who were receiving d-laed parcels seemed inclined to sell in preference to forwarding their invoioea. Home reports of a demand for shipment to the European Continent gained cur¬ rency, but did not develop into business, and it is hinted that tbe rumor was cir¬ culated to give an impression that prices migh. advance and to induce holders to At the i ever "Dei p js. afoi ence long bbb wan bog and iorti rn profc at this i ed, and Gold Bonds of 1881 5-20 Bonds of 1862 5 2U Bonds of 1 -C4 5 20 Bonds of 185 5 20 Bonds of 1MJ5, new 5 20 Bonds of 1867, new 5 -Jo Bonds of 1868, new 10 40 Bonds Pacific Sixes New York, January 14, 2:15 p.m. Gov eminent securities are unchanged. Ster ling steady at 109. Gold, carrying, 6 per cent, the money market is unchanged New York, January 14, 1 :30 p.m. The mantel is active and steady. Canton SB iMichtgan Centr'L.117 W. U.Tel, to 4', Michigan Mouth- quicksilver 4 I ern ..... ikiuc , iiuueis K,t mrai....i09 Adams Express.... Mi 10 1 e vel a n d and Weils, Fargo A i PltUbarg lf6 Go's Express...... s5;'Chcago and N.W. 71 American Kxpr'a 4'A, Chicago anl N. W. U. e. Kxpreaa Mai preierred Ri New ork Centr'l .s,iRock Island 106 r w imm ocup. mn at. r u: , , c Erie Hl's St. Paul nrrrd WtZ Heading f I NKW TOBE WBBELT BANK STATEMENT. The New York weekly bank statement is as fo low: Loans Increased $8,612,9V5 Hpeole increased 2,612,213 Deposits increased 364.94W Legal tenders increased 544,501 Circulation decreased 64 914 COTTON. There wat some demand for good, cot¬ tons to-day, at a shade better prices than those ruling yesterday. Low grades were dull. The sales footed 3000 bales, chief! v Low Middlings and Middlings, at 13c for the former and 14Kl4o for the lat¬ ter, 14c being the iancv figures. We beard of sales of Good Ordinary, amount¬ ing in all to 750 bales, at 12Wrul3Mc. Stained was offered at 12$13c. Strict snd Good Middlings sold in some cases as high as 1515c. Middlings ruled at 14&C, though in a few instances c more waa realised. We correct our quotatious. They are as follows: liood Ordinary 1213!- Low Middlings 13(0,13 Middlings 144i(gil4 strict Middlings 14?io.i4' Good Middlings. 15lo kf cotton statement. Chamber of Commbrcb, ) Memphis, January 14, 1871. J Stock, September L 1S70... 4,280 rtee'd since last statement 2.543 Rec'd previously 275,198-277,741 4tR'(al; lux, 30c; coon, 12'4Wc. Homini Demand light; "fo 756 25 ;er barrel. Kbout In barrels, t910. Lbathkr Hemlock sole, 3S35e: oak sole, 420x46c; saddle, 40grl3c; bridles, 4t &it9 per dozen; uppers, 4o''V ic; calfskins, American, per dozen, ISOfaYoO. Livb Sioci-Cattle. 1st quality, 67c gross; 2d quality, 4$5c; common, 20 c; good supply. Hogs, are active for packing at 67c. Sheep are dull at fiii per head. Texas beeves, $20 to f40 per head and dull, with fair supply. Molabs ks Fair Louisiana, 6670c ; Prime, 7275c; Choice, 7780c; Syrupa, 5tl(90c. Sorghum, 45&0c. Nails -Selling at ft 60(94 60 rates. Naval Stores Tar, in kegs, $5 2 for nine; in 40 gallon barrels, Mj,10. Pitch, 6 per barrel. Oakum, $5(ti per bale. Poults v Chickens are scarce and in fair demand. We quote: 5 00jio 50 per dozen. Provisions Meats are firm and scarce. Clear bacon sides are scarce at 13 mi bulk sides, U!4($llo; clear rib, 10llc; shoulders, 8 (8c; breakfast bacou, l'18c; sugar-cured nains, I7(cyl8c. l.nrd in tierces, 12il3c; kegs, 14&14 c: caddies, lb16c. Produce Potatoea, $3 25($S 60: Onions 83 50(44 50; Turnips, $1 per barrel. Powdes Mining, per keg, $4 tU; rifle, 16 50. Kice North Carolina, 88c; Louial- ana, 76Sc. SfuAK-s W hue Clarified common to choice, 13((jTrtc; yellow do, 12!jU3c ; choice Louisiana, old process, 134 (13c ; prime, li(g)13o ; fully fair Httfl2)c; fair lOJillc. Salt 280 pound barrels, 2 352 50. Dairy, 13 50(sb3 65. Sack. S2 15 for coarse and $2 25 lor fine.. Starch 7&8c per pound. Soap German mottled, 89c ; yel¬ low, 67c. Shot Ranges from f2 50 to $2 75 per sack. Sbeds Red Crover, per bushel, 8 50; Blue Grass, $1 75; Orchard, f2 25; Timo¬ thy, $5 5li ; Alsike Clover, per lb, $1 00; White Dutch do, 75c; Lucerne, 75c ; Bar¬ ley per bushel. l 75; Black oats, 60c ; Wheat, (I 50C$2 50. Spirits Higliwines,9294c; old Crown Anchor whisky, 70o ; old Magnolia do, 80c; old Tennessee while do, 90c; old Bourbon do, $1 15; Tuacarora do. do, f 1 25, Miller's do do, tl 40; Ford's do do. 2 75; old apple brandy. 2 60; old peach do, $3 90; New York F F do, $1 36; Otard, Dupuy Co., 1860, do, f750; Swan gin, fl 25; Fish Imported do, $7 50; old port wine, $2; Crow sherry do, 2; Home bit¬ ters per case, 98; Our Own Southern do, per case, f7&S; Plantation do, pr case, $9 50; Hostetter's do, per case, $9 50; clar¬ et. $3 50(45 per case; Catawba, $74t9. Vinegar Common and pickling, 18 10 per barrel. RAILROADS. MEMPHIS AND NASHVILLE SHORT LINE Memphis aid Louisville, and Nashville and Northwestern Railroad, Two Passenger Trains Daily. Leave Memphis Arrive at Nashville... " L'liattanooga .. " Atlanta " Knoxvllle Bristol.... ... 4:15 am ... 6:40 p.m. . 4:30a.m .. S:17 p.m ...11 -Ml a.m .4 p.m 7:45 p.m V:UU a.m 7:10 p.m 4 111 a.m 78 Lvnchburg. Va .. a m Louisville k 1:40 p.m MILES MHOKTKKTUAN via DKCATUB IX) NAHHVIlLK. SUORTEST, BESULICKE&T ROUTE. The only rou:e by wn cu Pasengers are not coinpelleu to ciiange cars. 81eeplne car- run directly through to Nash¬ ville only ty in is nne. BaaKaire anil Passenger can run throneb to rasnviue on ue paaaenger train iwniit si'rapniii ai i : f . p.m. Have time, distance, and the delays and trouble incident U nnanvlnK cam al unaaa- aouab e uoura. Get your Tickets at 237 1-2 Main St., Or at Depot, head of Main st. Take the through sleeping, or a seat in one of the thtough passenger cars of this line. Advise your neighbors, lrlendo, and the traveling panne w iase uie timri i-ir.e via aicneugle, going to or returning irom Nashville, Chat¬ tanooga, Knoxvllle, Bristol, i.ynchbora, At¬ lanta, Home, Augusta, Macon, tavannah and Ueneral Buperlntendent. W. L.DANL6.Y, toen'l Pass, and Ticket Agt w. a. iAr,ui, Passenger gent N. A N. W. R.tl. J Ac. SP,al, Ticket Atrent. Jan'O Wi Main street. Carolina Life insurance Co. OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. Hon. JEFFERSON DAVIS, President, S, J. WICKS, 1st Vica-PrMluMl. j J. T. PETTIT, 2a VlM-PresJCes.. W. F. BOYLE. Swrstary I J. H. EDM0N0S0N. SwrartJ Asm ELLETT 4 PHELAN, Attorneys. DIVIIEINI, - 40 PlTIIl OBKTT. principal office-no. 42 maoison street LOUISVILLE ROUTE North and East. WINTER SCHEDULE ! TAKES EFFECT JA. 9, 1871 AUCTION. Executor's Sale. WILL fell, al the auction bonse northeast con er Main and Jeffer.nn tr. fats ran TCESDaV, H'h day of January, 1871. that pari of tne lurnlture belonging to the estste of John Ti liig, deceaned which was puronsxed by a bidder or bidden who ailed tocomplv with terms of aale made on lllh inst. bale within lawful hours. Terms cash T. A. NELSON, Execntor. t-ii. Shields A Co., Auctioneers. Jaul4 ADJOURNED SALE LEA VB Memphis . ARRIVE AT 8U Louis Nashville. Lou hvi lie. .......... Cincinnati. Indianapolis........ Cleveland BuSalo Niagara, Falls... Pitlaburg Baltimore....- Wasniugton City rauaaeipn New Sforl ..4.15 a.m. 1.46 p.m ...10.30 p.m. . 5.50 p.m. ...iai5p.m. ... 5.00 a. in. .... 3.40 a-ra. 3.50 p.m. 10.4(1 p.m. 7.0U a.m. 7.05 p.m. 9.00 a.m. 1.00 p.m. .- JW a.m. 7.3(1 a.m 5.i a.m b.40 a.m 12.00 noo 11.20 a. m 10.25 p.m 4.10 a.m 7.00 a.m 1L50 p.m 12.10 p.m S.4H p.m 12.20 p.m h.oii p.m ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! ! WALKER BROS. & CO., 231 Main Street, Clay Building, OFFER THEIR Entire Retail Stock TO BE CLOSED OUT POSITIVELY Within the Next Thirty Days! Regardless of Cost or Value. This is done to Secure the Certainty OF QUICK, STJEJS. AS AFTER THAT TIME WE PROPOSE DOING An Exclusive Wholesale Business! 2X2 mi Shipped sfnee last st'm't... 1 ,492 Shipped previoAtsy 241,321242,813 Stock at noon this day 89,208 Imports. Memphis and Charleston R. R 472 Mississippi and Tennessee it. K. .W7 Memphis and Ohio RailroVtd 39K Steamera 7m rjsLiinateu per wagons 380 Exports. Memphis and Charleston Railroad 316 Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad... li Memphis and Ohio Railroad 1040 OOTTOJ4 114 NBW TOBK. Nkw York, January 14. 10 a.m. Thr market is very quiet, and quotations re¬ main unchanged; Ordinary, 13c; Good Ordinary, 14!c; Low Middlings, Middlings, 15Vic; Good Middlings. Ittc Sales, 11.721 hales; receipts, 25,122 bales; uere, oidi oaies. 12 ia. The market is very firm and juiet. Sales, 11K6 bales. Future deliv eries January, 15c; February, 15 l-16c March, AbWc 12:30 p tn. The market is firmer; Ordi- iry, 13c; Good Ordinary, 14Jic; Low ldirlings, 14ic; Middlings, 16?ic; Good Hid ings, lolic. Hales, on soot. 4000 BBSBB, 2 p.m. The market is firm: Ordinary. i-.c: uooa orainary, 14?''; L.ow Mid dliugs, 14J.; Middlings, I5Ho; Good Mid iings, lrj,c. future sales, 7500 bales anuary, 14;'l-c: February. IbStUHe Marth, lo'4'fu.HS'-; April, 15 Ho. Sales to ; uners, i02o bBMBj tor export, 4iNi7 bales r speculation, an bales: in transit. 2su oaies. SKW TOKK WEKKI.T STATEMENT AND M A I I MKM Of ALL U. H. PORTS. Kales Keceipta for week up to this time... 2H.420 Receipts at this port since Sent. 1&0D.474 KxporU from this nort since Sent. I IM Ban Stock on band at this port 83,000 rteceipts at an ports for week 88,743 Receipts at all ports since Sept. 1 1,900,552 a.xorTa ior wees: irom ail ports 1 Liverpool BJM capons ior w(k irom ail ports to continent 14.415 sioca at ail ports up to this time.... 500, (ioo OK THK LOTS On Kayhuru, McLemore and Latham Ave- :... ., tuaea place, on tne premises, Thursday, Jan. 19th, at 10 o'clock Hale peremptory. Title perfect. KOYflflm, TREZEVAUT t CO , Ja'3 AncilooeerB wiihdr DQ1UII trade called bogus, on spe a call rule, i would outlet and y partly c n- l some of the I all of the so- orders were es were made liet that such Holders, as a ly, but atill more certain F1BB RaPOMT FOR 1870. We are indeirted to Whipple's Detective 112 North Third street, for report of the fires, together km, insurance, etc, for toe Agency, tbe folloi with the year 1870 Alarm jg Jane.. July Auguftl. lei in oer 10 3SU 2U,UI turn BUM 1KD) t.Wi KM) 17705 i 1 1 ranc. rat.KWi ai.7io 76.JUI flBBBJ 1.IU S9..UU 3S JU0 3.I.45D a,.ju S4 .00 41i,40U lo ins Co's $l.,4tt 4I0 55.007 l'J-5.4.1 11 575 17.650 17,4ft 25.275 5.1 ..) 4 l.j 7S5 Total fur IsTO.. 15Z.24 ll,7S9.i0 I17S.52S bTATK TAXATION OF IHBL'aVAJICK COMPA- Biaa. Tbe decision of the United States 8a- ireme Court in tbe case cf Oucrot vr. the City of Chicago, afflrtcs the right ot a (slate to tax insurance companies lnoor- porattd under tbe laws of other Stales and doing business within their borders, at higher rates than are levied on local companies. This is, doubtless, scour ling to the letter el the lsw, but the privilege thus secured o the Slates is one which Btsoald exercised with extreme cau- ti..n, if at all. Nothing is gained by re¬ am State thro ble all a .p t law, and when a coed such statutes as are nec- ect its citizens against losses igeuciea of unsound or bnb- , it can well afford to give rs in the insurance linn a lair field and no lavor. If every State was to discriminate in lavor ot its local compa¬ nies, only the smallest and least uaefufof these institutions would be benefited since every large am? energetic company has agencies in oth-r Slates, and such companies can well atlord lo extend lo all competitor a ine pnvi.egea wnich thev TRADE. The weather, which was both variable and inclement, affected the market, which was quiet, with pncea firm, it being re ported that packets at Si. Louis ha 1 c-eased loading lor the South on aceount of the return of cold weather. Eggs have increased in price 2c; oats. 2c: bran is reHjrted scan.; pork has advanced from 'u'J-to 10c; chickeu.4 are tl better, and meats firm at lc less; sugar-cured hsms are y," less; lsrd is He better, and butter is t: less. Such was the inclemency of tbe weather to-day that the attendance on 'Change was noi as great as on former days, but the condition of the market may be in¬ ferred from the following sales: 2 bbls beausatS2 25, by Reed x Buckbam; 34 sks white corn al 60c, 60 bales bay at $24, 50 nka oats at 55c, 10 bbls apples si SO 60, snd 100 bbls meal at $3 25, by Parker, Ward A ' ' . . i j . aka oats, on ievee, at 56c, by Smith, Neel A Co.; 26 bbls peachblow potatoea at fl 25, 60 bbls apples at f6 50, and 126 bbls meal at $3 26, by W. J. Pol¬ lard A Co. ; 60 bbls russet potatoes st $3 25, by Pepper, Otey A Dobb. Alb AMD Bbbh Ale, tlOt&lO 50 per hall barrel. Porter, $11. Liger, per keg, $5 26. Ale, per dozen, $3(8 25 for quarts; f&tf 2 20 for pints. Portar, do.. Genuine A Young's Scotch Ale, in pints, 2 60 per dozen. Bl-ttkb Choice New York, S5(j3Sc; choice Western, 30c; good, 25$28c. Rruomoobk Broomoorn, 5080 per ton. Bauoimo akd Tia Kentucky bagging, 2fls 148c ; Flax, 2721c; Gunny bagging, 21(gi2c. iron ties, 5oj6c. Bbaks While mixed, fl 75fg,2; Nsyy, 2 25(g2 50 per bushel. ' a m.iks Stick, 16016 Jc; plain fancy, Candles 8 tsr,ll oz, 13 Xc; 12 oz, 14Kc; foil weight, lito. Cotton Yarns. No 400, 10fc20c; 600, al Helling in lots at $3 25, de- On small orders from store, claim iselvts elsewhere. FINANCIAL. There ic no psrticulsr noticeable teature in the money market lo-day. 'J'he marirm buying and selling rates of ex- s i be same aa reported yesterday. e, buying, par to K discount, g(Kd demand. Citton hi I la are owing to the "block," which it ia in It cban We with slow almost impossible to clear away. The truth is our banking facilities are not more than half sufficient for the purposes 4f s trsde that grows faster than we can accumulate funds to oonlroi it. Money OORNM livered. S3 50. Cottonbbbd Cottonseed on levee, 89 per ton. Chbbnh Western Reserve, 15($15Xc ; Factory, l-y16-v English Dairy, 16X CorrxB Rio, common to choice, 16 20c Cannkd Goods Condensed milk, f 14' 14 60 per esse. Cove Oysters, 1 lb., tl 65 tel 75 per dozen; 2 lbs. 2 7.v3,ra.2 80. i'eaches, 2 66r2 80. Pears, 93 60. Toma¬ toes, 2 l&o2 25. Cherries, 3(j,3 15 Pine- spples, 13 5004. Brandy cherries, ft MO 06. Pickles, hslf gallon, per dozen, f5 (6 50; quarts, 2503 60 ; fiats, f2 25(tf 2 30. Tomato catsup, f 1 2002 26. Pepper- sauce, fl 20. Eoos Demand and stock light. Selling at 3336c for fresh. Fkkd Corn on the levee, 60061c, Oats 66c Bran scarce. Hay f22026, as to quality. Small orders filled at higher rales Km it-Apples, f4 50660, as to quality. Dried apples, 607e; dried pea-sbes, 8010c. Floub The stock is very light and de¬ mand qnlte good. We quote: f50f SO for supers lo fancy. Fish Sardines, 22c for quarters; 870 S8c for halves White Fish, fH per hslf barrel. Roe Herring, per barrel, $80 8 60. Mackerel, per half barrel, No. 1, fll 75felz; No. 2, f7 7608; No. 1 kits, f2 300 60; No. 2, f 1 76; No. 3, fl 4601 60. Fbesh Mbats beef, ail round, 607c. Mutton, 78c Pork, 9010c. Gunnij-1801u for good seconds. Burlaps, 14015c. Gamu VVild ducks, fl 60&2 60 per doz. Rabbits, fl 6002 60. ((malia, fl 6001 76. BY L G BALDWIN & CO.,Auction'rt (Successors to Ezeklel A Co..) No. 83S 3VXa.ixx Street. REGULAR TRADE BALES or DRY G I30DS, CLOTHING, BOOTb SHOES, HAS, ETC. Every Tuesday & Thursday Morn'g, AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. S. ROGERSON. Auctlor.eiT. -fik . Pallor fc Oo. Gen'l Aoctloa'r8,2l4 Front St.,abave Adaai THIS WORNIHG, AT 10 O'CLOCK, We will sell, without limit or reserve, a con n - try flock, constating ot Dry Uooda. Clothing, Boots. BsMSS, Mats. anl Caps, In lots t suit buyers. Also, a full line ot Dry UoodB, con¬ sisting o! Prints, Domestics, bleached snd unbleached, t lantiela, Ulngham", MerlDOs, 811k , Jeans, Blankets, Hbawla, Hosiery, etc Also, a lull line ol ClothlBg. ranaia'ing of One Cass) mere Pants, Coats, Vests, fall snlta; c'asalnet Pants and Coats. Black Uoeskln snlta, Uvercoats, etc. Also, a large stock of Hats Wool, Far and Pluah. Also, Ulaas- wsrs. Chluaware, Hardware, Tobacco, Cigars. Blacking etc aTTi rmi fwlitl CHANCERY SALE OF TATE. REAL ES- Brownsville Accommodation leaves dally leicrpinunaay) i . ; p.m. Dally through train to Nash ville'and Chat¬ tanooga, wit bout change of earn, leaves at 7.15 p.m.; arrives In Num. vl lie at 9 a.m., Chat- lauooga ut iu p m. next aay. Depot at bead ol Mall, street. Ticket office, 2S7 Main atreet, one door nortn ol JenersoB. The train leaving Memphis at 1 :45 p.m. runs aauy. ine 4:10 a.m. train uoes nut run on Bnnday. Both train run through to Loula- vine witnout cnange. Klegant Hleening car run through on 1 tie 1 .15 p.m. train from Mem phis to Louisville, connecting at Lonlaivile wiin tnrougrj cars lo rniladeipBda, Cleveland. Buffalo and New York, witboat change. Only one cbknge Irom Louisville to Baltimore, Washington City and Boa ton. Bertha and staterooms, in tbrouieh cars, can be engaged at tne xicaet timet, aara .Main streeu J. F. BOYD, Buperlntendent. Jambs Hpced. Ticket Acrent. JanlO MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK R. R. PARH HEDTJOEU TO $12 00 TO LITTLE ROCK PASSENGERS going West, bytakluzthls a rcau at 0 a.m. reacn i.m.e nock al eidv p. ui. name uay, L-ounecLiiig wiin LKjata ior FORT SMITH, And stages for Hot Springs, Washington, Camden, And all points In tkmtbweat Arkansas and Eastern Texas. Only reliable route lo LITTLE ROCK. Avoid laving oyer at DeVall's Blntf twen hours, which passenger do who take boats Tickets for Sale at the COMPANY'S OFFICE 37 Sooth Court street, And at the Mempuls and Charleston Kail- road Ticket Offloe, ZT8 Main atreet, and at tbe Memphis and Louisville Railroad Ticket Office, Main Hi, and at tbe Illinois Central Railroad Ticket Office, 22 Jefferson street, Memphis, also at Hopeneld depot, Arkansas. R P. KOHSON, B.D.WILLIAMS, Awg't SupU ge-'l) (Jen 1 8upt, Our stack yet embraces nearly every article usually kept in a FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT, And every one is invited to call and price our stock Before 110.10 la. a. sing Elsowlioro, As It will be to their interest to do so. Remember the Place, 229 & 231 Main St. Walker Bros. & Co SOUTHERN PALACE! D. C. & 332 H. M. LOEWENSTINE. MAIN STREET I 332 EXTENSIVE SALE OF CHEAP DRY GOODS! WE WILL OFFER GREAT INDUCEMENTS THE NEXT FIFTEEN DAYS LITTLE ROCK AND FT. SMITH RAILROAD. Hosiery ! Hosiery ! When we will place an assortment of Ladies', Misses', Geots,' Youths', and Children's HOSIERY AT A GREAT SACRIFICE! Txivrm CARD. AN and after Monday, November 21 s bbbbbbbbbc and UPS, will run as No. 19??, N R. Firs'. Chancery Court ol Hbslby coanty. Tean. K. Ro'jblns and Bradley vs. J. U, T3oyle et al. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale entered bereln January IK 1KT0. snd renew. d January X. 1-7 , 1 will sell, at pub c suction, to the blKhst bldderffn 'ront ol tbe Clerk and Maaler'a office, Ureenlaw Block, Second atreet. In the city of Memphis, Ten¬ nessee, on Monday, February 6, 1871, Within legal hours, tbe following described real estate, to wit : The leasehold Interest of defendants, Doyle and Wy ile, In and lo certain lota herelaaf!r described, which were leased by them from P. II. Thomp.ou Including the impiove menu thereon and runnlDg ten years from January 1, 1367, via: Lying In BbeibT county, Tenuwwee, near the el'y of Memphis, beIn nlng at tbe aoulheost corner ot lot No Is, in Tnompaon'a aubdlvlalon. aa Keen per maoa reginierea in ine negisier h omse or nneiny county, on the norlk Hide of Ass avenue; thenee with Baaa avenue westwardly Wl fe.-t to a Hlase; tbence northwardly parallel with tbe brick wall of the Rebrew Cemetery leet mors or leaa to Adam strVet extended; tbence eaaiwardly with Adams aireet extend ed " leet more or 'eaa to the new street opened on the ea t hide of said Thorn pson 'a subdivision; Ihence southwardly wlih said s'rset and paiallel with the brick wall to the bfgiun:ng, being lnu Nos. 16, 17. and part of is on sa.ni plan oi 1 nompaon m aubdivlHinn. Also lots Noa. 1, 'J, 3, and 4 on said plan, f'ontlng M0 teetontlie north side oi Adams stieet extended and running back 138 feet to au alley, and bounded on the east by the new atreet opened, art a en by said plan; which leaae waa on the day of its execution duiv acknowledged by tbe parties thereto and filed lor registration In the Iteglausr's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, and shortly thereafter reg alered A Burtlclency i f tbe above will be Bold to atisfy tne dent of niiunlatuaut oeieln. Terms or Sai.b-Ou a credit of aix (0 montna. ior which note with approve I se¬ curity will be executed. Title to be absolute. tquily of redempttou barreJ. K. A. t'OUS, Clerk ami Master. Stephen A Smith, Attorney. JanS .. 8:3(1 a.m :ia.ru .. U-;3a.m ..lu:U a.m ..10r24 a.m .11 :iO a.m .11:81 a.m Valuable Suburban Lands FOR SALE. No 88, R. I Second Chancery Court Thomas Q. Neal et al. vs. K J. B. Ls Winn et al. RY vlrtse of a consent decree of the Second Clan eery Court of Shelby county, en¬ tered in the above eane. I will, at my office. on second Mreet MemoM. offer at private r lots of land designated and n 1 to 13 li elusive, on tbe plan r.f autdlvitlon of (T7'A acres of land belo'uz. Ing lo K. J. B. L. Winn, situate In Shelby county, on the New Raleigb road, and bonmled In pari on tbe north bv Wolf river. Theae lota, a laid off on the plan now on ex¬ hibition at the office of the Clerk ami Master and of complainants' solicitor, I.. B. atcfar- laud, Esq., embrace 5, 6. 10 and 12 acres. 7 hese lots, or any ol tliem. will be sold for ONK-THIKIi CASH . and tbe balance on credit of lx and twelve month, with nix per cent. Interest. Notes without aecurtty will be required of the pur. baser, and Hen retained to atcure the defei red payment. If said lots, or a aufflcleney thereof to aat- lfy m -b claims as have and may hereafter be filed agaluat defendant, Winn, In tbls cans, ar not sold before the loth day of May. 171, then aald land, aa subdivided. 1 In lots at public aala. at the office of the Clerk and Master, in Memphis, on the terms aforesaid, on said I01h Day of May, 1871, Or so much thereof sa will, sn the aggregate. be uftlcl-it to pay ibe claim aiureaald. Thete land ar all limbered, fertile, and wii adapted or SMALL KARMB, or for garden- log purpose Bucb bargain a will tie offered In tbl lnl bave seldom been offered to tbeHjpccu- latok, the Woou nkALCs, tb UAKbVKER, and all Who want BtBSlDBBOB FBOB Bat 1 aat. J.ceBl lo and convenient to Memphl being on ine line ui a . ujruiru iui;iunu, auu only sv mllaa from Court Square. run par.nuiaia .uu in.unmi im uuu e.or oil s. wsr aklanI), sol. ror nta, No K Madison st., Memphis. 1. HTKWAK1', Clerk and Master. at my om complain i . it. NOTICE. T Ing proxlm tor be ensul M xbc kants' National Bank. ) M in i his. Tbnn., Utoember 17, 1870. j annual meeting ol tbe stockholder 1 this bank will ite held al iLelr nank- use, No. 2m Main street, on the 17th r.en tbe boors of 10 a. in. and 4 nrpose of electing director for OH J, FREEMAN, "TlfT'TT freight train follow : going wxst. Rnutersvllle Rarilelt Palarm Gold Creek Conway , Cadron Pluramer' Arriving at LewUburg 12:00 m. going bast. Leaves Lewlalmrg..... 1:00 p m Plummer 1 iSJ p.m Cadron .2:00 p.m Conway. ... 2d6 p.m Oold Creek laSS p.m Palarm 8:27 p.m Bartlett 3:52 p.m Arriviug at nuuie ravine :ju p.m. Stage connection between Lewlsbnrg and soi i sunt n. Coaches wth also leave tbe principal hotels at Little Rock for Iran ler of passengers to and lroru the station al lluntersville. For further information. Inquire at the general ol'ioe of the company. Real Kstale Bank Building, corner of Maikbam and Commerce streets, up atalra. D. w. C. BKOW.N, Oeu'l Sup't. LORINO B. RICHARDSON. OTjj (len'l Ticket Agent. VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE Monday, the 23d Day of January, 1871. IN pursuance of a decree of the Chancery X court of rsasaville, 1 'ery n the case of Fred. lerrasa, Adm r, etc., va. Rusaell Houston, A Jm'r. ete , et al., 1 will sell, at public sale. o Ibe highest bidder, on the premise, In asem jinia, ai i . o ciock in ., on Monday, January 23, 1871, The following described property, to-wlt: A houee and lul In the city of Memphis. Ten i., fronting twenty-one leet and two and four-seventh Inches A leet and 2 47 lncheaj on Mam atreet, and having a depth of 74 U et s men. , a n ' Deing lot iso u oi tne sundivi- slon of ssPlB Noa. 2t7 and 218. TaKas Crctllia of 6. 12 18 srd 24 mnntbs; notes requirf d, with approved security, on tbe first and second notes and the individ¬ ual notes of the purchaser lor the two last payments and a lien retained. NATHANIEL BAXTER, Jr , Jal Clerk and Master. We will continue to sell a full assortment of Poplins at 15 cts. Full assortment of Delaines at 20 cents. Large assortment of different styles of Dress Goods at 25 cts. Aa usual, we will receive the LATEST NOVELTIES IN Dress Goods, Silks, Cloaks and Shawls ? A complete new line of X osepb. ISLid Gloves, ONLY $1 00 PER PAIR. GR AND UTILITY WHITE SHIRTS-ALL STYLES THE SEAMLESS KID GLOVE BEST GLOVE EVER IMPORTEO ! GREAT SACRIFICE IN Furs ! Furs ! Furs ! In order to close out our stock. -o- J1JST OPjVID: 600 dozen Towels at 8 cents apiece; 400 dozen all-linen Table Cloths at 37 cents apiece; 200 dozen all-linen Napkins at 8 cents apiece; 200 Marseilles Quilts at $1 00 apiece; 500 pair White Blankets at 2 50 per pair; 500 pairs Gray Blankets at $2 50 per o Look at the Hosiery Table for Great Bargains pair. CHANCERY SALE OF MEMPHIS SUBURBAN fROPERTY. IN 1 x oiiedlmce to a decree of tlie Chancery court Hi Tit ton couuly, rcinle ed at tne last October lerrn, In the cause of Ii. K Pal¬ mer, administrator of hi. O. Btelton, de¬ ceased, va. Maitna Bbelton, widow, and oili¬ er, tbe heir and creditors of said Kd. O. Bbelton. I will, on Saturday, January 21, 1871, At the conrt-bonse door. In the town of Cov- logion, sell, to the highest bidder, on a credit ot six months, whatever title the belra of Kd. O. Bbelton hve In and to a small tract of land. Tbe land lies near tbe Htate Female college. In tbe ubnrbs oi Memphis, la off the south end of the Kerr division, and la bounded as follow: Femnlng at ibe southweat corner on the nurlb aide of Kerr avenue, at a stake with white oak pointers, marked N; Ibenoe north in - j fetrt to a stake with white oak pointer marked D; tbence east 3118 test to a atake 12 link east of a Diaek oak marked A ; thence south t.Hi-v feet to a stake on ihe north aide of Kerr avenue; thence west 338 leet with the north boundary of Kerr to the be- ? inning, containing 6 acres. Tbls Is swell m proved and doalrahle lealdeuoe lo. Far¬ ther particulars on day of aale. Note with at least two good aeourllie required of tbe par- chaser tail lien retained. WILLIAM SAN FORD, Clerk and Master. I. M. Steele, Solicitor. dtat FULL AND FRESH STOCKS, which will be sold at CORRESPOND¬ INGLY LOW PRICES :-a Batchelor's full stock Kip Boots and Brogans: Full lines of Clothing and Hats; Jeans, Tweeds, Kerseys, Caasimeres, Plaid and Striped Osnaburgs, Brown and Bleached Domestics, White Linseys, AND ALL OTHERGOODS FOR PLANTATION USE' TRUSTEE SALE. By virtue of a trust deed executed to me an" properly registered in tbe Register's ofnoe of Shelby county. Tennessee, In Deed Book 70, pages V4, 316 and 816, and at tbe re¬ quest of tne holder of the note aeenred thereby, and for the purpose of paying aald note, and In pursuance of tbe terms of aald Instrument, I will, oo Saturday, ihe 9th Day of February, 1871, Between the hoars of 10 a.m. -irni 4 o'clock g.m.. on tbe premises, sell, for hs1i. to tbe lahest bidder, tne pioperty embraced In aald trust deed, tbaa described : Situate, lying and being in Shelby couuty, Tennessee, belug a pan of tbe Ramsey iuoO acre grant! aud beginning at ataae on tbe north aiile of Jackson street extended Mil leet east of the poaata where K.mwood avenue Intersects Jackson atreet and at tbe southeast corner of LEGAL NOTICES. LECAL NOTIi BANKRUPT SALE. In Bankruptcy at Mempiils, Tennsssss In tbe niatter of Power atoOeoy, Bankrupt. BY Tirtae of a special order entered by tbe District Court ot tbe United States for tbe District of West Tennessee, 1 will seU, to the highest b dder. on Saturday January 28 1871. At Nr ii- s-e glnnl A m. of Trustee 8 Sale. BY virtue cf a Trust Deed on tbe 31th day of Jane. Mfatb, and registered In the of Hhelby coucty. In Book slg.. I will, on Tuesday, the 17th January, 187!, i, belonging to tbe estate j sltnate and lying In the ibelby coanty, and Stale o describes! as follows, to-wl i point on the east line ol S ;t Inches north of the Between the o'clock p.m. sq u Are, sail t the 7 4t! on tbe 5th day lth Jackson Intersection of avenue; tbenc thenee west IS to the begtnnii ing 7 acres, am acre lot sold h 3. Wadkin May Ui oy j. m. rroylne ber, 1V; thence east indies; thence west parallel with Jefferaoii atreet 70 leet to .-tecond; thence south wi h Second street IS leet t Inches to tbe begin¬ ning; on which there is a store-boose. TKkKS or Balb One-third cash; the bal¬ ance In s x and twelve month, secure! by d ai time or aale. i O. WOOliDKIIXlf. Aaal If eon Kooet roaC ey avenue, then 102, and by M ra. W at. .dkltis sold to Willie J. Llttleiobn, as appears of re¬ cord In Book U, page 51B of tne Register's office of this county. Purchaser will be re¬ quired to pay the money down, bale abso¬ lute. Title believed to be good, bat 1 will sell and convey only as trustee. Equity of re¬ demption barred. Ja.8 D. H. POHTON. Trustee. Administrator's Notice. HA VI Nil aggested to tbe County Court Clerk ol Hhelby county, Tennessee, the Insolvency of the i state ot Tru-tt-u Wilson. deceased, 1 hereby notify all pasties having claims against said tatale, to file tbeaame, properly probated, with the Clerk of raid Court, en or before the Hlh day of June, 1S71, or tbe same will be forever barred. delfiw JNO R. UODW1N, Adm'r. Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. 2620. B First Chancery Court of Shel¬ by county. P. Burke et al. vs. Thomas ford et al. BX virtue of aa Interlocutory decree for aal entered In the above cause, No- vembeY th, 1X70, I will sail at public auction, to the, hlgbeal bidder, in front of tbe Clerk and Master's office (JreenUiw Block. Second atreet. In the city of Memphis. Tennessee, on Tuesday, January 17, 1871, I rBBSSSi delB 1 staked an r nt redern l i be perfeu. i a P. 1 TRUSTEE SAlE, Clark and Master's Sale of Lands, January 26, (871. No. COB, H. D. Second Chancery Court of Hhelby county. Mary A. Field, Adm 'x, etc, va. Charles li. Field a' d others. BV virtue and In pursuance to the direc¬ tions of a decree of the Hecond Chancery Court ol Hhelby county, made in tbe above canse, on the A1U1 day of .December, 17 u, 1 wUl, on Thursday, the 28th of January. 1871 In front of my office on Second atreet, be¬ tween Union and Uayoao streets. Mem thia. Tenn., st 12 o'clock m., sell, to the hlgbeal and beet bidder, tbe following tract of land, belonging to the estate of Lr, bai lea ii Field deceased : Ti e Brat tract is si'iiate in thlby conntv. Htate of Tennessee, aud la dest-ribei as lol- low: Fronting on the old Raleigh road. about four miles from 'ourt Squnre, Mem- phi: iiuiungat a stake on Hollj wood av¬ enue; running weat on Kwleigh plankrtau nine 1 chain and two ' linka; theuce north M chain 5".' links to the Memphis aud Ohio railroad; thence castwaruly i nine chains t84) elality-four link to Hollywood avenue, and tbence south M 261UI chains to the beginning, .containing 2H HI-luO acres ol land, iid tin trim there is an elegant aud comfortable residence and other valuable Improvements. 11 the wbole of this tract cannot be sold at the minimum price fixed t7U0V, then lb acre off tbe back of Hid tract, frontlDgon Holly¬ wood avenue, will be ottered, and If sold at 1100, tbe balance ef the tract will be ottered at a minimum price of 15(0. ihe oilier tract. Is situate in tnecouutvo! Fayette, Htate of Tennessee, belug the north end of a tract ol IsO acre owned by 'illi Person, beginning at a stake In Wm. Daven¬ port's west line, laid Person's northeast cor¬ ner, and running tbence north D)j i oles to a stake with mulberry pointers, J. U Brews- tr's southeast corner; tbenc -i west with Brewster Hue 119 oole toa stake ami white- oak pointer; tben-'e south 17V poles 10 a atake with gum pointer; thence east 120 poles 10 the negiuninu, containing loiji oue hun¬ dred and thirty acres, about ;i three miles from Mos'ow, M. and C. R R. This tract has some good cabins, between SO and 00 acres of excellent cleared land, and lire balance most excellent timbered land; tbe inlnluium price fixed Is $2100 Tbe title to said lar.d believed to be perlect, with no incumbrances. Tbi Ms or Salb One-tblrd cash, balance In two equal payments at one and two years from date of aale: purchaser executing his Individual notes, without security, bearing interest irom date; a lien retained on tbe land to secure tue deterred payments. This December 21,1870. M. D. L. STEWART C. and M. L O. Rives, Hoi. for complts. de22 given, (ieo. Trustee's Sale. Y virtue of a Trust Dee! executed to me l on the iOth dy ot November. Was, by A. W. Young, trading and doing business under tbe name ana style of A. W. VoungAco, and leeorded In the Register's office 01 01 elby coanty, Tenn., In Bouk No. II of "Chattel Mortgages," p&e 184, I will, on Monday, 13th February, 1871, During! gal hours, at the store-bouse No. SIS, CHANCERY SALE OF REAL ESATE No 943. N. R. First Chancery Conrt ef Shel¬ by county. John M. Brooks, Adm'r of Eli¬ jah Brooks, dee'd, vs. Anderson C. Bettls. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for aale entered In tbe above cause November :5, 1870, I will sell, at public auction, to the high- em bidder, In front of the Clerk and Master's office. Greenlaw Block, Second street. In the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on Wednesday, January 18, 1871, Within legal hoars, the following described property, to-wlt; All the right, L.ile and in¬ terest of A. C. Bettls In and to the two undi¬ vided one-sixth inteieats or one undi¬ vided one-tulrd 1 llj lntere-t In a tract of land lying on the north side of the new Htate line road east of and near the city ef Mem¬ phis, In Hhelby countv, Tennesae-, and de scribed a toi ows, v s: Containing ten 'Ui acres, and being the place upon which Till¬ man Bettls resided at the time of bis death, and the same conveyed to said Tillman Bet¬ tls by Tillman C. Ketu and to hi u by Mrs. Ann H. Harklewood by dped registered in the Register'- office of eheiby couhtyjTenn., to which reference l made for the bounda¬ ries anaWmore particular descrtplon o. said land; said two undivided 75 Interests were red by said A c Heuii. a tonows: uue ndtd i one-alxih interest was ac- d by him as one oi tbe devisees of 1111- Bettls. deceased, and the other by pur chase from a U. aud r.. ia brongh, the last named of whom was -lo one of the devisees ot the aald Tillinar. Bettls, deceased, which said tract ol land wi.a a part of the uower of Harh Bettls, the widow of aald Tillman Bet¬ tls, deceased. Terms of Hale -Cash. EDMUND A COLE, Cl-rk and Master. I.. H. Pike, and Wilson A Beard. Hols. de!7 of as may be necess. y lo slona of aald Trust Deed. Clapp a Meux, Attorney the provl- i Trustee, janll Trustee s Sale. BY virtue of a Deed in Trust executed to me on the Mh ot November, 1807, by W. D. ir nither. and recorded in tbe Register' office of Shelby coanty, Tennessee, In Book No. 83, pages 531. etc. ; and .'or the purpose of carry¬ ing out the trusts therein specified, I will, on Tuesday, March 14, 1871, During legal hours, at the present residence ot said WTD. Ualther, sell for cash, at public outcry, the real estate conveyed In said Trust Deed, described aa follows, lo-wit: A parcel of land In Hhelby county, Tennessee, adjoin¬ ing tbe land on which the aald W. D. Ualther resided on 28th ol November. 1887. commenc¬ ing at the southeast corner of aald land and running tbence west to the eastern boundary line of tbe land owned by D. M. Wltberlngtou and on which the said Witherlngton resided on November 36, 1887; tbence north with aald line one hundred poles: thence east to the western boundary line of the land first above mentioned: tbence south along said line to the beginning containing, by estimation one hundred and twenty acres, more or less M. EWINU.Trustee. ael4 law ,goo Non-Resident Notice. audi lain r j . PROBATE COURT SALE OF REAL ESTATE. No 465 J. B. Btnlth vs. John U Irvln and wife. Petition to sell land to pay debts. UNDER and bv virtue of a decree oi Bale made In the above entitled caue, at the December terra, 1-78, of the Probate ootrtof jheiby ci unty, Tennessee. I will proceed to sell. t pubt'c uuction, to the highest and iHrsf bidder, belore tbe conrt-bonse door, ou UnioButreet, Pj the city ol Memphis, Tennes¬ see, ou Friday January 20, 18 I. Between Uie hours of 10 o'clock a.m. aud 4 o'clock p.m., the foli(aring describe ! real ea tate to-wlt: All of that lot or parcel of land tuate, lying and blug In the coanty of H.tlby. and Htate of Tennessee, uortn of t helaea, allowed and decreed by the chan¬ cery Court of the city of Memphis to John T. Koblnsou, In the case of John T. Robinson vs will'.aui Robinson et al. entered on the I21h bf July. !8o7 and recorded In the Reu- ter's office of Shelby county .August 1, 167, in Book No 01. pp. 2M, etc., not soli and con¬ veyed to other parties by tne said John T. Kofclnaon oefore tbe commencement of this u.t; le pioperty hereby oflred for aale be- lugabos: tJiree ( i) acres, mj. e or leas. '(Stow, ni Ha i.kl On e hal f cash; the bal¬ ance in 8 mm li months. riE.,T , - . J A. in rT" EVCaA LiU a , a- ici SBv. W.nltei rolemQ,Sol. for petit u er. janlO TRUSTEE'S SALE. BY' virtue of a Trust Deed executed to me on the . ;td day of ioverabr, 1 by The- ophrlus prlU hett,and recorded In the Kegis ..ino ..'Hbelbv county. TenueSEee. in pur- ireel lass inch day SOUTHERN PALACE, - - - 332 MAIN STREET HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE GREAT PANIC AT LEVETT & GO'S IN BOOTS AIM D SHOES! Cotton and otber commodities are down, therefore we have determined that mhiier .hn come dowu, and we now offer the i largest Retail Htock ever exhibited In MemDhl Mountains tin mountains plied. Reduced from Haur to Ore Dollar a pa lr. From Bachelder t o Miles." That King and Peasant all may wear , . . GOOD HUOE8. 886 Mjaln, Oornor Union. Street. Seco d Chancery Court. K. Pfetnfert, H. Ulmstedt, Qaatav Miller vs. The Memphis Uerman Having Institution eL ai. ousoiiaateu cases. OTTCat Is hereby given to all creditors and oaiflifs Interested in the asuM t.t above Mux, to appear and nle their claims and have themselves made parlies to above causes on or before February 15, 1ST'. J i.Jh.NNV Receiver. Weslcott A Htahl, Attorneys. January 1-, 1H71, 3 odyear dtb Hills, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, Etcu :S MAIN STREET, BET. MADISON AND COURT, OX tH Biff MortAr, a Mempli AJBf r,0 yosf of carrying oat the li u fled, and of paying tr.e uot i U- tbe turn of op tnouH.u was ptid by the fal Pritcbe Thursday, February 9, 1871, During legal hours. In frsnt at the court¬ house door of Uie Second t'uaaeecy Court, In the otty of Mem phi, Tenaeasae.aeil . tor caah lo the bigbest blddr, at pabilc outerv, the real estate conveyed In Raid Trust Xieed, and dasctlbed as follows, to-wit: A certain lot of land, situate, lying aud be¬ ing In the county of bhelby, and .Slate of Tennessee, on the Pigeon Roost road, about three nd a half uiilea from the city ol Mem phis, la a southeasterly direction, to-wit! Beginning at the northeast corner of a tract of land lormer .y known aa the " Bishop Otey Tract," beglnn.ng In the center of the rig-eon Roost road at Its Intersection with the Holly yard .navl : thence southwardly one chain jMidsewtnty-etx links to A. i. Gilbert's land; i . . . c vMit wit.b the said tltlbsrt' north line i a elve cheOnstsud fllty links to Horo's land; lilt nee north wWk said Boro's line eighteen en a 'tis and slxtesB jink to s stake in the Pigeon hoosi loau; wuce eaaiwmui "u said road to the beginning; save and except the U 'ree acres hereto tore sold by Jobu W. Todd off tbe eait porlloa W t,e tract just de kcrlbei1 to Ual .ano Caaarelto by d. ed of 2d liecem.'er. Mf, which ls.duly recorded in the Keglstc'sofflceof said county of Bhelby. ln Book N o. . pages 81 and do. and to which reftrrenot - is here made; the portion now to be sold bj " me as Trustee being all of the tract bought by said John W Todd ol A- N. Kd- monds by deed of March U, 1887, arhloh la recorded u I the Register office of said conn- tetatlkMS No. 1 paxes KS and U, MgM which lor a aoscrlptlon re erence Is here made save the above-described three aores, ami contains ten acre more or less. The rUBBt of redemption Is waived In said vrnat Ijied. and the title to the property la SSsVwgagwS ood. but I will sell aud convsy only as Trustee. xREADWELli, Trustee. j. a . rLj22imw "tu Tinton Fecials SeiSiy, Covinflton, nnrlsir session of this Institution 1 aJiu ow f onMonday, January . 1871 J- . "" "-" termaetc , addrea rc saw UBXI. V. HOl.Mlirj, d y,dw mncip. K Y. STATE LOT! LRY. C Bartered by the Legislature of Kentucky. Tl sfcets SI to $10. Prize $1 U iiO 000. a IX scases payable in money. Wilts for , k i iroaiar. .uuw r a. ctrwuar WKBBTItR. Man,r. no Tl Ko. m Third street, laawle. Jay. No 145 N.R.D In theSecond Chancery Court of rthelby county, Tennessee. B.W. Bedford vs. W. B. Waidran, n. 44. (Shoemaker, James Bhuter and wife, Ballle A. ahuter, and others. IT APPEARING from affidavit in this cause i that tbe defendants, -j. M. Mhoemaker, las. day lu Kebruary, 1871. and plead, answer or demur to complainant' bill, or the same will tie taken tor confessed aa to them and set lor bearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order he pUblishel ones s week for four successive weeks iu tbe Memphis Appeal. A copy. Attest. M. D. L STEWART, Clerk and Maate.. Heath Fraser. solicitor for comp Trustee's Sale. Valuable Cotton Plantation. f N pursuance of a Trust Deed made to me by 1 James W smith on 23a day of January, lsti9, aud recorded at Keulab, Bolivar county. Miss , In Book L, page J36, to secure the pay¬ ment of ihree promissory notes therein mentioned ia payment of eleven hundred and fifty SllaO having been made on first note;, I will sell, On the 28:h Day of January, 1871, with in legal boars, at the court-house, in Ken I ati, to the highest bidder, for cash, tbe fol¬ lowing described land, lying In Bolivar coan¬ ty. Miss., vix: All section 31, V Ing west and south of the center of Bouge Pbalia, town 21, raog? 8 west; and all aectloj sc. lying west of center of Bouge Pbalia and north of old Choctaw boun lary Has. and three lots in east part of section 3n, north of old Choctaw boundary line, town 21, range 7 west, esti¬ mated lo contain 5acrea. The title of above lana la believed to be good, but I convey only F E I TG EN E MO$ TGOMER Y, Trustee Noveii ber 2. UCT novJJ Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No 5.W-N.R. First Chancery Court of Shelby county Bran I am Merrill va. R. B. De¬ li u re et al. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, entered in the above cause. Decem¬ ber 19, 1874. I will sell, at public auction, to the ' igtiest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's offloe, Greenlaw block, second atreet, beiow Union, in the ulty of Memphis, Ten- Wednesday, February 1, 1871. Within legal hours, all the right, title and Interest of C. s. vv.-son In and to the fol¬ lowing decrlbedr property, to-wlt: A certain lot or parcel of ground, being and lying in that pait of the city of Memphis known aa South Memphis, and bounded as follows be¬ ginning at the southeast corner of a lot tor- Pelt, ou Causey street, southward y with the treet, 40 feet to a ate ke ; ihd parallel with Van take 100 feet from Her- northwardly, parallel t, 40 feet to Van Pelt's Pelt's line feel to a nando atreet; thenc with Uerdando stre southeast corner; til line weatwardly to part of lot No. 5, in bl the plan ol south liougbt by Branbam ance. aa per deed Merrill, date i Novell tared in the Register 1 ty, Tennessee, book j 14s, on the 8th day of Terras of sale- lUgust, litis. !h was lam Li. m aald regls- y c un- 147 and UNI) A. 1 1 )LE. Clerk and Master. W tlaon Beard, attorneys. Trustee's Sale. BYmZ'on thi IwlwWMgg g Wru. P. Bradley, and registered In the Regis¬ ter's i. trice of Shelby county. Tennessee, In Book 74, pages lot ml 110, 1 will, on Wednesday, 25th of January, 1871, Between tl o'clock p m Htuare. in two, to the lowing di The west I urs of 11 o'clock a-m. and 3 ne southeast corner of Court the city ot Memphis, sell at auo- ' highest bidder, for cash, the fol- psciitxd real property, vis: iair of the southwest quarter ol tho smith half of section 10, exce-Dt 7 chains and 14 linka off the west end ot the southwest;-,. Also. 64 1-1 hi the S W i of section 10 and 8 atrres also of the NK M a lecilonUl, and for the boundaries ol said i i i here made to said Deed of Trust. Aiso, SO acre of 'he NK K of section 10, and whlcn la aeacrioe - Beginning at the BW corner of i-L. Rich¬ mond's 60-acre tract, postoak and 2 hickory noluters; thence south 11 chains 4 linka to a stake with postoak pointers; thenee east 8 ehaina 63 links to a stake ; thence south 10 chains to a stake: thence east H ebains to a stake' that ce north 21 chains and 40 links to a stake In Ham pson 's wait line; thence west Uetalna and 3 links to the beginning; beljg in all 49) acres, and 11 lu town 1, range 8 west, and all in Shelby county, Tenn.; said land will be sold under the provision of said Trust Deed for the purpose of paying tbe notes secured therein. The sale will be absolute, and the purchaser will be required to pay the money down. Title believed to be good, bat I will sell and convey ouly as trustee. Equity ol redemp- t on waived. U. M. MinXY. Truatee. The widow's dower, interest in tbe above described land, will oeconveyea to me put chaser of the land at the trust sals. laS LOGWOOD MItiU. Attorneys. by and lor I irst named j Sa an do atreet, I At of Uernan- f t,:, 9t seven (7; I nr, NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. In the District Court of the United States for the District of West Tennessee. In Bank¬ ruptcy In the matter of M. Kraua Co, bankrupts. Before The. J. Latham, Kes;- To the creditors of the above-named Bank¬ rupts: . . . . r lAJtK notice that a iniru .u-- I lug of the creditors of said bankrupts will be held at the office of T J Latham Mae.. Recister m rJankruptcySa the city of inDhlaTenn., 1 said District, on Tueaday , ih lOb ! day of January, A.D 1S71, at lu o'clock a.m., tw sc iiww umuow i wentv-seventh section of the act of Cou- zr ess, entitled " An act to establish a uxufoi m system of bankruptcy throughout the United States. ' Approved March 2, UBJ7. " Dated at Memphis, TenD., Dwcemhsm 170. ' ISAAC FRANK, AJxUgnss. tr-e-. Title bell ved lo be good ; , redemption waived. P. H. DAVIE, Tr Humes A Poston, Attorneys. deLi CHANCERY SALE OF REAL ESTATE. B1 Monday, February 13, 1871, Within legal hour property, via: As lying and being ii "stale o' Trnnossoc phK.nd in that lnown as south Mi described a being Butler dlvlaion o: Wood worth July lO. 15, 1 to Martha J. Term or tweive most quired; lien no equity oi )al4 TRUSTEE'S SALE or HORN LAKE LANDS! ! pURSUANT tn the termof cords of icortijage and trust deeds, r- and n, at Heruando, IfgBiMalppi, executed Monday, the 13th of February, 187!, au'i hounds in said and The title is rega I convey only as Tr January 10, 1871. Chancery Sale of Roa! Estate. So. 1224. N. R. First Chancrry Court of and October 20. 1S70, i wi'l aell at puo n Eton, to the highest bidder, ia fmn' u Clerk and Master's office. QrM Mepoud street, in the oity tai Mt-mpuia, nessee, on Monday, January 16, 1871, K F ,.-SC fl lei lam east with tb and McLeoso links to a bl atae near an oal chains and SO link tbence south 10 c marked W 9, thei links to a stakb I marxed W 8, thene link to a atake and soutfl tj- (degree links to a stake cn Creek plank road. acre, es the soul upon w chains a. te aaiu iuuiu back west le-55 chains to the wet said dower; thence southward.; glnnlug. which aald 5-&1 acres are tne d. script ion given in the i.edg the aale ot the entire Overton po vertiaed. . , Third Also, ino'jifr lot itua' c unty and Stare,ano. Just north ton 2h-l acres (a part of which above), commencing at the north of said &-2 ac e pBB-oel; running 11.42 chains; theuce north 17 theuce southeast to the beginnl Ing il-100 acres, and making a I shape of a bight angle tbiakgl Terms or Sale. One-third cash 12 and 24 months; n ites with apj rlty to be given, and a lien rstali the purchase money Is paid, sa bear Interest trom date. EDMUND A. COLE, Estes A Jackson , attorneys. CHANCERY SALE OF REAL ESTATE First Clian-ssry Cor. Mary B Crockett, Wiley G. Harding e BY virtue of an li sale entered in the a 1870. 1 will sell, at pul est bidder. In front o office. Greenlaw Bio- Union street, in the id M. county id, etc, on Wednesday, January 25. 187!, Within legal hours, the foliowing-described property, to wit: Certain tracta of Undslt- uated in Shelby aounty, si tate of Tennessee, and described as follows, vix: First A tract of 80 acres in the sixth civil district. and;iy ing on both sldesol w o'.t r'.ver( and beginning at aetake, James M tiwir northeast corner of his ail hundr d and forty sere entry. No. 417: thenee west 24, twenty- tour chains ana fifty links to a mapie mark¬ ed M. T-, the southeast corner ot v ales V. Dabney' two hundred ac:e QeeanaBt; tbence north twenty chains, crosstrtg; Wolf river, in all twenty-five chains, to a tak an i poister. Dabney's ntrtheest corner, ; stst, with Alexanders line, twenty-ioar chains and fifty link t- a stake and pointers, William Irwin's southwest corer; theuce south, orosslng Wolf river, twenty-Be chains to the beginning. second -A uact situated in aid county ana three miles f.om Memphis, addealgi.-i' d on a plan o. subdivision ol said tract burv y made by M. A. Kerr, M, MiTjss t-J' jinka fronting three chains and seventy-, on the east aide of Lacks avenue, an Jr uln back between parallel lines atria" glea with said sveou - to the s'SSjaiue ' sold by Warfleld to Fiouraoy, -e "g0'" !LT0 oi said lot being eight cblsa 'a link' long, ana being tbe soft" - line ol a lot aold by said Warfleld -,7""aa aon, the east line of ald lot "v"' QOrth chains and uiuety link ,'f-.H, nr e- aoSJadary of aald lot being "th.in lonav, en aud one-hall oxhandreataaJ" oontaiulng three srea and any "J,-. a, bundredih. and tiaame enBTey n Mansfield to J--.T ElniiNol L Janssry 1st. ii7, and recordeat u oooa .s "- lr a. Tbts. P r "rV?irr raark aaal Jxssr. Et MVS . i - UstrTisiUJj0Ws.