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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1871.
FINANCE AND TRADE. Ornci or tii Daily Appbal, ) Mem phis, January 24, 1871. 1 TBI sTATK TAX BILL. We copy from the Nashville Banner the following report of the new tax bill passed by the Legislature on Saturday. It differs mainly from the old one, in that it changes the tax on all taxable property from fonr to six mills on the dollar. The schedule of what constitutes taxable prop¬ erty remains as heretofore, except changed by a bill now before the Legislature, which adds several items : Sextion 1. Be it er.aeted by the General Auembly of the State of Tennessee, Thai tbe State tax on every hundred dollars' worth of propert v, ujon which taxes are allowed tor Slate purposes, shal 6. Gold, carrying, 4 per cent. No eh inge of importance In the money mi, iket. Gold - - 0H Bonds of 1881 Ill 5- 20 Bonds of 1882. 109H' 6- 25 Bonds of 1864 IMt 6-2J Bonds of 1868. 1084 -2J Bonds of 1885, new Hi; 6-2) Bonds"of 1867, new 108 5-30 Bonds of 1868, new 108H 10-40 Bonds- 108H Pacific Sixes. U0H Kkw York. January 94. 2 p.m. The market is off a little in some instances from the extreme point, but generally iirui ana active at quotations. Canton. Michigan Centr'l117 W T T.1 I ,.,o ., -1 Ul 7 ... .- - . .. , 1.. ....... VI , MK.V-l.InU 9WM,U V. Uuloksilver 71. ern.... Pacific Mali 42 UUnels Central ..!', Adsms kx press. ... e4 uie veiand and bv bet dition march liable qua: in Provided, tax be lei 6 of the a titled, " laws of t aocordsm Sec. further enacted. That in ad d valorem tax to be paid bv their capital, they shall be airrd to pay a license tax amount to the ad valorem tax that in no case ahallthe license is than eve dollars; and section ct, passed January 10, 1870, en An act to amend the revenue !e State," is hereby amended in e with l he provisions of this act Be U further enacted. That the first of chapter 24 of the acts of 1870, en titled "An act to fix the State tax on lroi "."' is hereby repealed. 8sv 4. Be it further enacted, Thst every traveling or local agent of any insurance c mpany, whether state or roreign, doing business in this State, shall pay an annual privilege tax of twenty-five dollars to the Slate ana ten aoiiars to each county in which such company or companies may have a local or traveling agent doing t ,.-il-ss ana u me agent or agents ol said companies shall take risks without the payment of said State and county lax, tie or they so offending shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and each offender shall be fined not lees than one hundred nor more than five hundred dollars, one-half of the tine to go to the informer, on ocn Tiction, and the other half to the Slate Clerks of Couutv Courts shall see that this section is strict v enforced. Sec. 6. Be t further enacted, That each railroad company, and every other incor¬ porated company, except charitable and religious, doing business in this State shall pay into tbe treasury of the State six mills on the dollar on the amount or tbe net earnings of such railroad company or association: and the f resident, Supenn tendent, Receiver, or other head clflcer of such rail office in railroad I is in ano on oath ti lor t dayt ipany or agent, at any e ot Tennessee, or any whose principal office e, or associations, shall, subscribed to before a the amount of net receipts ending on the first Mon y, April, July and October, Sec. 0. Be it fu log commercial sa drummers, psrties non-resii posing to sell tt diss or man ufa dents, either by shall pay a prii per annum to t which said trsv enacted. That travel- its, generally known resenting business i of this State, pro- Js. wares, merchan- m of Buch non-reei- le or representation, tax of fifty dollars tale each county in c agent or drummer. may propose to do business, may lay a county tax of rive dollars. Any person acting or proposing to set as travel¬ ing commercial agent or drummer, as aforesaid, shall first procure a license from the Clerk of some County Court, by paying the taxes sforesaid, which licenae shall not be transferable. A failure to procure tbe license herein required, shall subject the party so offending to a fine of one' hundred dollars, for the use of tbe State and County Court Clerks. Sheriffs and constables shsli see that the pro¬ visions of this act are enforced. Sec, 7. Be it further enacted. That this act shall take erf est from its passage, the public welfare requiring the same. PROVISIONS. From the A Co., of Cii we copy as I "The recei tinue liberal I lotlng ut of Kennedy, Kckert , dated tbe 20th inst., of hogs st this point con- t his season of the year . for tbe current week. Oar packing bouses are still in operation, and it is estimated that 40,000 head mors will be packed ere tbe season closes. The past week was one of excitement in the provision trade. Tbe advance noted in our lsat continued during the greater part of tbe week. Holders of hogs and product succeeded in getting an advance daily. Country speculators bought freely at the advance, but their demands being satisfied, and the increased re¬ ceipts of bogs here snd elsewhere being large, the market became dull. Holders being anxious to realize, concessions were granted. To-day the dull and lower, with a lency. The reports from king points in tbe West which we shall give st ei. shows large increase i, as well es weight, over last king, snd also report s lsrge 11 feeding, which will be ready in spring, and our ice-house have already a full sup- are prepared to handle them. be no fear Ibis season of a og product. The number of ; to dale are about 436,000, 40 head, total packing, last Wei Is. Fargo New York Cenir New York Scrip. Erie Reading Pittsburg Ircago aud N. W. 7l, hiaagoaul N.W. prejerred. tt lock Island M, L Paul . 53 t. Paul preferred 78 COTTON. The market was fairly active, and yes¬ terday's advance was to a certain extent maintained. Fine grades were held firm ly, while sellers were disposed to make concessions on low grades. Buyers were cautious, however, and only invested where they could secure desirsble lots. Tbe principal purchases were on Eastern account, as was the case on the dav pre- vioua. Sales were 2250 bales, includirg uruinarv at ili'-ic; Good urdinarv, is;ic; Strict Good Ordinary, l.lJie; Low Mid¬ dlings, 14c, with sn exoepiional sale at Ma leas; Strict Low Middlings, 1414VtC; Middlings, 14)fc. with small lots reported st Uc and 14Xc for Strict Middlings. We quote: Ordinary 1?X12) Good Ordinary 13!fe) Low Middlings 14 Middlings- 14 (a,liX Strict Middlings UJi OOTTOW STATEMENT. Chamber op Commerce, J Memphis, January 24, 1871. J Stock, September 1, 1870 4,280 Rec'd since last statement 3,B05 Reed previously 801,623-406,12; 309,408 Shipped since last st'm't ... 3,060 Shipped previously 260.318-262,878 ivy per bushel, 91 70; Black oats, 60c Wheat. II 5tKa,2 50. Spirits Highwines,!)29Se; old Crown Anchor whisky, 70c ; old Magnolia do, 80c; old Tennessee white do, 90c; old Bourbon do, fl 16; Tuacarora do. do tl 15. Miller's do do. tl 40; Ford's do do 2 75; old apple brandy, 2 60; old peach do, f2 yu ; New York r f do, fl so; utard T 1 1 . l - IfiiUl .O, 7J1. Uu.n .O. fl 25; Fish imported do, 97 60: old port wine, 2; Crow sherry do, t2 Home bit¬ ters per case, 98; Our Own Southern do per case, S7($8; Plantation do, per case tf 50; iioHtetter's do, per case, sv 50; ciar- et, S3 506 per case; Catawba, I7GH. Vinegar Common and pickling. 98 iu per iarrei. SPECIAL NOTICES. Our Invisible Enemlss.Tbe raw, aatrln gent atmosphere of winter creates and ag gravities many aliments. To protect them selves as effectually as possible against the invisible dangers which surround them at this season, should be the especial care of persona constitutionally delicate. As there is no medicinal preparation in use which so thoroughly braces and invigorates the stom¬ ach, the liver and the nerves, as Hoe totter' Bitters, a coarse of that agreeable tonic is particularly advisable lor dyspeptic, bilious and nervous sufferers, in the cold, damp and trylLg weather which generally prevails In our climate at this period of the year. Bud- den chills have a very bad eih-et upon dvs peptic and Individuals of billons habits, not unlrequeutly producing congestion of the liver and bowels or low fevers, sometimes of an intermittent or remittent character. At¬ tacks of rheumatism are also to be appre¬ hended, and when there is a tendency to that complaint, the Bitters will be found the best preventive. The operation of the great vegetable tonic Is direct and simple. It stim¬ ulates and strengthens tbe digestive and se ret ve organs and the nerves, and puts tl.e system In a condi Ion tor.slit the action of those toiuudable foes of vitality, a low tem¬ perature and uuwholesomtd winds and fogs. By quickening the superficial clrcuiati n, without creating anything approaching to fever, it Imparts lone to the skin, and thus renders the surface of the body coinpaia- tlvely impervious to unhealthy external influences. Stock at noon this day 47,030 Import. Memphis and Charleston K. K 614 Mississippi snd Tennessee H. R 887 Memphis and Ohio Railroad 413 Steamers 1793 Estimated per wagons. 39 J Exports. Memphis and Charleston Railroad 1149 Memphis snd Ohio Railroad 730 S : earners north 1181 COTTON IN NEW TORE. New YoRE.January 24 11 :'i0a. m. Mar¬ ket quiet and steady. Sales, 21 M25 bales; receipts, 32S4 bales; here, 7o23 bales. January delivery, on spot, 3"00 bales, at 15 1-loc Ordinary, l.ie; Uood Ordinary, 14. Low Middlings, 10 ; Middling I p lauds, 15Hc; Good Middlings, 10', c; Mo¬ biles, Kite; Orleans, 16c. 12 m. Cotton quiet and steady. Janu ary. 15 l-lbc: rebruarv. 15!e: March 1 ;,c; April, UC Ordinsry, 13Sc; Good Ordinary, 14 !v; Low Middlings, 15c; Midd.ing i pianos. lo'jc; uood Middlings 16c; Mobiles. 15Xc; Orlesns, 16c. 2:30 p.m. Cotton quiet but firm. Sales on spot, SO00 bales; contracts, 6Wmi bales. .1 A p.m. Market closed ouiet and nm. Sales to spinners, 970 bales: to specula tors. 15 bales; exports, 2252 bales; in tran¬ sit, 401 bales: contracts, 8iU0 bales; Janus ry, 151-16c; r ebruary, lo4c; March, 15c; April, loxc. COTTON IN NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, Jsnuary 24, 2:S0 p.m. : nm is steady wilh a fair demand. Mid- lings, 15c Sales. 11,000 bales ; receipts. 735 bales: exports, foreign. 16.554 bales- to Boston, 1578 bales; stock, 193,99s bales. Notice to Tax Payers. NOTICE TO TAX COLLECTORS TRADK. The opening of tbe river is anticipated. and since the quantity and price of pro- uce may not he acourately loreseen. tradesmen are disposed to hold off, and therefore there were few transactions yes¬ terday on 'Change. The following shows n of the market: Allen dt Mo I 27 bales bay at Ml Black Hr ktes cabbage at sc per head, 180 market cic downward tbe various ( tbe details some fu'un in numbers year's pact number sti to msrket mon, wb pl7 of ice Ttnre need scarcity of bofs pack agjinat 3i' yetr. ' From tbe circular ol 'iporge W. Phillips, Jr., at Co., of Chicago, dated tbe 21st, we oopy aa follows: " The week just closed has been a v -r - active one in the Provi¬ sion trade, viewed from a speculative standpoint. The storm which set in at the oloae afl the last review, cut off the re¬ ceipts of bogs during the early pirt of the week, and operators took advantage of tbe situation to force up tbe prloe of both- bogs and the product, in order to sell out quite large quantities st sn appreciation. Some idea ot the ex en t ot the business transacted in mess perk msy be formed when we stste that about ou.000 barrels bsve been sold and resold during the week ending this evening sn average of 10,000 barrels per day representing s val¬ uation of 9I,26o,oOU. Other descriptions of products have been sold quite freely, bat tbe transactions were not aa large proportionately aa in mess p-irk and lard Hogs were advanced o0.-y9l 03, and pack era were compelled u advance prices in proportion for all kinds of meats, and this was the means of leaving s great many or¬ ders unfilled, which were restricted to certain figures. Again, tbe shipping fa¬ cilities were meager, aa the railroads were mere or lees blockaded with snow, and buyers were inclined to the opinion thst the extreme figures would be sustained only for a snort time until tbe receipts of bogs wsre more liberal ana tney acted on their own judgment to a great extent, and many of them have profited by tbe course they have pursued. The receipts of hoga at tbe close of tbe week were quite liberal more than generally an¬ ticipated by operators snd prices of bogs are declining again, and all articles in the line of bog products are following quite rapidly. The binkers report large amounts of currency going to the country, but whether to move hogs or grain is an undecided quest u n both are ruling at Air figures in this market." IMPOETANT INSl'RAKl'B DMCISION. Tbe case of liermsn Sturm vs. Tbe Great Western Insurance Company, has lust been tried in the Superior Court in Hew York. This is the fifth case of the kind which bsa been tried. Ail tbe oth¬ ers were decided in favor of tbe plaintiff, your others were compromised. All the actions were to recover the value of war materials shipped to Mexico for sale, much of which had been purchased of tbe Fenian war officers in New York ,-Uy . This esse, which was for the recov¬ ery of a policy for fifteen thousand dol¬ lars on tbe cargo of the schooner Samuel T. Keese, differs somewhat from the others, not only in some por¬ tions of the testimony adduced, but espe¬ cially in testimony excluded (among which were tbe shipping receipts) snd In tbe interpretation given by the Court to tbe (acts ss proven. Of the cargo of tbe schooner, 930.000 was insured in Balti¬ more offices, viz: 915.0CO In tbe Baltimore Marine Office, 97500 in the Maryland Fire Insurance Company, and 975tO in the Merchants' Marine Insurance Company, all of which offices have declined pay¬ ment. In rendering tbe decision of the Court In favor of defendant, J udgeMcCunn bolda that law and pnblio policy both re. tjaire that inordinate valuation should be regarded as presumptive fraud, and that parson wilfully putting sn extravagant overvaluation on goods on wniob he may reeovsr, if not detected, to tbe great wrong ot the underwriters, hss, in ease of loss, no claim whatever against them for any relief which a court of justice csn recognize. The sound ssnss of this deci¬ sion la so manifest, that there can be little doubt thst tbe principle laid down by Judge McCunn will be fully sustained, it certainly eugbt to be. FIKAKCLAL. Th banks reported a more stringent slate of I nances on aocount of restricted shipments of cotton, and although some reported currency in good supply ethers were obliged to aaek relief from their neighbors through sales of exchange. Cotton bills are offered in limited qusntl- 1 and are yet unequal to toe demand. are steady at i(ar-.c discount on rn bills, and L-ic discount on New Orlsa . 1 and borda were quiet, with the 01 Hank 01 Tennessee money, there was an active demand dealers at 74c Count 7 serin waa 1 at 6436SC. and city scrip at 65c. BTOOXa AND BONDS IN MEW YORK. New Yoee, January 84, 2:26 p.m. Gov- ureguiar. sterling active at sacks white corn at 56c; F. W. Irvine dt Co., 2(0 sacks white corn st 57c, 292 do. st 56c; A. A. Clsrke A Co., 50 sacks ear corn at 60c; Dickinson, Williams 4 Co, 130 sacks oats st 53c. In the general market business was somewhat restricted on ac¬ count of the weather. Prospects are, however, tsvorable for an improvement in all branches of business before the close of tbe week. Ale and Beer Ale, $1010 50 per halt barrel. Porter, a: 1. Lager, per keg, 95 25. Ale. per dozen, 93S 25 for quarts; 2a 2 20 for pints. Porter, do., Genuinees 4 Young's Scotch Ale, in pinU, 92 80 per dozen. Butter Choice New York nominal; choice Western, 2830.-; fair, 20flto. Bboomcorn Broomcorn, 950(75 per ton. Baoqino and Ties Kentucky bagging, 24(2t:; Flax, 2X26c; Gunny bagging, l'.j20c. Iron ties, 56c Beans White mixed, 91 75(g,l 85; Navy, 92 - l. 25 per bushel. Candies Stick, 16(a,lCc; plain fancy, 20c. Candles-Htar.U oz, :;-; 12 -z. 14 V: Cotton Yarns. No. 400. 10gi20c; 600, lfcl7 : 600, 15s16c; 700,12(gil3c. Cornmeal Quiet, st 93 26 per bbl. in first hands and 93 20 at the mills. Cottonseed Cottonseed on levee, 98 per t n . Cheese Western Reserve, 1414ic ; Factory, 16)16c; English Dairy, 16 17c. Coffee Rio, common .to choice, 16 XA l9c. Cam:ed Goods Condensed milk. ?14 14 .'mi per esse. Cove Oysters, 1 lb., 91 65 'a! 75 per dozen; 2 lbs, 92 752 80. Peaches. 92 652 80. Pears, 93 50. Toma¬ toes, 92 l.V2 25. Cherries, 933 15. Pin- spples, 93 504. Brand' cherries, 95 50(a, 'a'- 1'ickles, nsil gallon, per dozen, ?. 5 50; quarts, 93 25S 50; pints. 92 25 a .m. tomato catsup, O: iu. repper sauce, tl 20. Eoos Firm at 33c per dozen for choice iresn snd zbc for preserved Fe eh. Bran scarce and firm at f24(q 4 m. I orn arm. with a fair demand. Sales on 'Change were 186 sacks white at 66c., 2X1 do. 57c., 290 do. 56c., 50 sacks ear corn at 60c , the inside price l-i- nii paid for that in old and outside price for that in new gnnnies. oats are held nrmly, and th'i aupply light sales were 150 sacks mixed st 53c. Hay is quiet and weak, with snies of lbo bales mixed at Fei-it Apples. 94Q6 60. as to quslity. Dried apples, 67c ; dried peaches, 810c. Floi:r Tbe supply is light and prices are firm. We quote low to fancy 94 75 s mi, will) a moderate demand lor medium grades. Buckwheat ti ur, 50. Fish Sardines, i for quarters; ?17 38 for halves. White Fish, 98 per halt oarrel. Koe Herring, per ball barrel. 98(9 o 50. Mackerel, per halt barrel, No. 1, til rait, No. 2. 97 758; No. 1 kits, 92 :02 60; No. 2, 91 75; No. 3, 91 45 1 60. Fbesh Meats Beef, all round, 6(9c. Mutton, 78c Pork, 9 10c Gonsies- 1819o for good seconds. Burlaps, 14 15c. Game Wild ducks, 2Tev3 per dozen. Rabbits, 91 602 50. Wuslls, 91 76 Wild Turkeys, f912. Venison, 810c. Bear, 10 12. Hunts, Fuss and Tallow Hides and Furs are steady. Dry Flint, 17c ; dry salt, 14c; green, 7c; green salt, 9 9 -,c. Tal¬ low, 8 9c. Deer skins, 15ltic; beaver, c9l 60 each ; otter, t4 each; mink, 40c91; tox, 30c; coon, 12530c. Hominy Demand light ; 96 756 25 ;er barrel. Kroijt In barrels, 98.. Leather Hemlock sole, 3335c; oak COBIPTKOLLKR'S OKFU'K, 1 Nashville, December in. 18T0. " From t ' is date no credits will be given to Aax collectors lor land sales, until proof satfMscterlly made establishes tbe fact that the delinquent has no personal properly from which t e taxes can be collected. The practice of telling real estate for taxes, at a cost to the State, when personal property rm be sold, was never contemplated, as will be shown from the following extracts from the code : H ration 807. The collector, upon receiving the lax list, shall Immediately, by advertise¬ ment at four of the most public places is each civil district, give twenty days notice of tue place anu tune wneu hi. a wnere ue win attend and receive taxes. Sac. huK. If any person within said district fail to attend or otherwise pay his taxes on or before the day appointed, the collector shall levy the same by distrain lng and sell¬ ing the delinquent's goods and ohattels, giv¬ ing at least twenty days notice of such aale by advertisement at four of the most public places lu the district. Hk . tO.i. stucn sale shall be by public auc¬ tion, and no more property shall be sold It an Is sufficient to pay the taxes, cost and charges; and if the sale produce a surplus, 11 shall be returned to the owner of tne prop¬ erty. Sac fin. If the collector have canse to fear that any person charged with taxes is about to remove from tbe county without paying his taxes, he may, at any time, levy such taxes wilh costs and oharges by distress and sale. Sr.c. ll. Andlfsnch person has removed lobi any other oonnty. a distress warrant may be 1-sued by the collector, II la office or by the clerk, if the collec or's term of ser vice has expired -to the sheriff of the county to which the psrty has so removed, lor the collection of the taxes due Jrom him. Very respectfully. ED. R. PENNEBAKKR, l omptroller. etc ar It will be seen from the above instruc¬ tions to me, that I am compelled to issue dis¬ tress warrants for collections ol taxes before telllag real estate. Therefore, notion la nereny given, tnal Inasmuch as 1 will nave to lake 111, lament ot condeit nations at this term of the court, that I cajuot grant longer indulgence-, and payments must oe made Immediately. WM. McLKAN, Jalt Tax Collector Shelby county WINTER GOODS AT WHOLESALE ! BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS! V We are Just lu receipt of s fresh assort¬ ment of goods In onr Hue tor winter use, a d are prepared to sell at satisfactory prices, to merchants only. WATCHES ANO JEWELRY. F. B. OLABE. J. 8. WIUURS F. H.CLARK CO IMPORTERS, And Wholesale aid Retail Dealer! la Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds SILVERWARE, Spectacles, Fancy Goods, Gunii Etc., Etc, Etc., Na. I Clark's Marble Block, 290 Main Strajt, : Memphis, Tana $3 WATCH ! $3 WATCH THE GREAT EUROPEAN EUREKA Aluminum Gold Watch Co HAVE APPOINTED L. V. DEFOREST & CO., Jewelers, 40 AND 42 BROADWAY, NEW YORK Sole Agents for the U. 8. a tiO have authorized tlicm to sell tnel J great Ecbeka Oonn AIDXIKSM Uonu Watches lor These Usiuaa, snd to war¬ rant each and every r ne to keep correct time tor one year. This watcn we guarantee to oe the best and cheapest time-keeper that Is now in use in any part of the globe. The works are in dounle caies. Ladies' and Uentt ' sice, and are beautlluliy chased. Tbe cases are made 01 tue mei-ai now ho wiueiy auowu lu Knrope as Aluminum uoiu. tl uas in at color or Oolp. which it always he tains; it will stand llie lost 01 tne s rongest acidb; uo one can Ull It lrom Uold only by weight, the Aluminum Uold being i-u liKhler. The works are made ly machinery same as the well known American Watch Tim Alnminuni i- a cheap metal, hence we can afford to sell the Watch for S3 and make a small nront. We pack the A atch safely In a assail box and send it by mall to any part of the U. 8. on receipt of S3 50; fifty cents fo.- nacking and postage. Address all orders to L. V Utrunt.31 Sibil., 40 and 42 Broadway. New York. l&ENTS WANTED In all parts of tbe United Hiates, to sell L. V. DEFOREST A CO.'S Aluminum Gold Jewelry UKNTS are making J'JOC to SSO0 per week selling the Aluminum Jewelry. The best Imlustiou of gold ever Introduced. It has the exact color, which it always retains, and standi! the test of the strongest acids. No one can tell It lrom gold ouly by weight the Alnmlnnm Ucld being about 1-lu lighter. L. V. DxroBEBT A Co. are selllug their goods lor 1-10 the price gold Jewelry is sold tor, and on most liberal terms to agents cash, bal¬ ance in 60 and uu days. We send persons winning to solas agents a mil and complete assniiineni 01 goons, ei-nsisitng 01 penis Hracetels. Lockets. Ladies' and Gents' Chains Plus, Kings, Hleeve Buttons, Htuds, etc., for SUKi si to be paid when the goods are ro c-iyed. t lie other S75 In 'Mi. tKI and W) days Parties wishing to order goods and act as agents win address L.V. DEFOREST & CO., 40 & 42 Broadway. N. Y. To the Public. W HILL TERRY 329 MAIN jal.ii! aw & MITCHELL, STREET. tufa , bridl s, 48 rs, 4(K(s0c; calfskins, Is, 1st quality, 6Tc 44toe; common, 2(a) Hon are quiet He. Sheep are scarce at f.'6 bead. Texas beeves, S2u to 140 per sole, iiVic; saddl (gfQfo per doien ; up American, per don 1,1 vi Stock Oa gross; 2d quality Vis (rood supply. at per head and dull, with ltgbl supply. Molasses Fair Louisiana, 5080e ; Prime, 60si70c; Choice, 7(k3et)c; Syrups, ro(a,0c. Sorghum, 46f.rOc. Nails Selling at S4 60s)4 60 rates. Naval Stokes Tar, iu kegs, $5 2 for pine; in 40 gallon barrels, 810. Pltoh, i per liarrel. Oakum, $5(6 per bale. Pocltkv Scarce. Chickena, f66,and turkeys, tlft$24 per dozen. raovisioNo Meats continue nrm aria receipts light. Mess Pork is held at 122 60. Clear bacon sides at 13014c: clear bulk sides, UK(S.12c; clear rib, HVllkc; shoulders, 8Kfi9c: breakfast bacon, 17 & 18o; sugar -cured bama, l'l($17c. Lard Is quiet; tierces, 12iUKe; kegs, 1414Vc: caddieil, 16lc. fBoiJUOE roiaioea are held firmly. Heacbblowa, tS 40$ 60: Onions. S 60&4 ; Turnis, fl per barrel. Cabbage, tt per 100. Powleb MininK. per keg. 4 60 : rifle. 6 60. Kim North Carolina, (Haw He; Louisi¬ ana, 7.4(40. Sua aba White Clarified common to choice, lS&Mc; yellow do, U2c; choice Louisiana, old process, 112c; prime, ir-vQc; folly fair, ll(g,llic; fair Italic. Salt 280 pound barrels, 12 S5&2 60. iJairy, ss 6011 66. Sack, S2 16 for coarse and l 26 tor fine. Btaboh 7s8c per pound. Soi.p German mottled. 8Xe ; yel¬ low, C(7c. Bmyt Rangea from 60 to S2 76 per sack. Sbjids Bed Clover, per bushel, $8 30; BlueOraaa, 176: Orchard, $2 25; Timo¬ thy, 06 60; Alalke Clover, per lb, tl 00; White Dutch do, 76c; Luosrue, 76c ; Bar WESTERN FOUNDRY AID MACHINE SHOP Sbelby Btieet, (Upposite Old Qayoso House). NEW ARRANGEMENT. NICHOLSON & McCONNELL, (Bucoessors to W. A. Robinson Co. W N lrholson McConnell. havtna leased the above named Foundry for a terra of years, offer tnelr services to the nubile so¬ liciting oiders for ALL KINDS OK WORK IN TH KIR LINE, 'promising d -snatch snd iirouintnetfi for all woi k Intrusted to them svsr .special attention given to Repairing Maciunery and wteanipoat w orx. jsjh Peabody Hotel oW.Thia well-known bouse has passed into tbe bands of the under¬ signed for a term of years. He will spare no attention or expense to make it a flrat-clas8 hotel in every respect, and hopes to merit a liberal patronage. WM. C. MILLER, Proprietor. HUME'S STEAM BAKERY. Reduotlaa la Price of Bread and Crackers 4 LOAVKS Bread, SI to retailers; -f V ) 3H loaves Bread, SI to families or con¬ sumers; soda. Batter, Picnic, Boston Crackers, 6 cents per pound in boxes or barrels; Kugar and Cream Crackers, 11 cents per pound in barrels or boxes; Ginger Nuts. U cents per pound In barrels an 1 boxes. All kinds of cakes on hand, at the lowest prices wholesale and retail. Boxes and barrels exchanged. All goods delivered, tree of cbarxs, by attentive driv¬ ers. Orders left at the factory will be prompt¬ ly atwnded to U. W. HUME, Hteam Bakery JalS 416 Main si reel, Memphis. HUE CORWINE JOB PRINTERS, 14 Union St., Appeal Building, aw We take pleasure In stating to onr pat¬ rons that we bave removed our Job Printing Eslao'.lshment to No. 14 Union street.Appeal Build- us, where we hope to see onr old cus¬ tomers and as many new ones as will exam¬ ine our work and prices. We are now pre¬ pared to do all kinds of Printing and Bind¬ ing on the most reasonable terms. Onr stock of Cards, Billheads, and Cap Papers Is complete. r E deilre to state that our steam boats, A. J. White and Geo. W. Cheek, h .ye. since the withdrawal of Captain Lee's boat some weesfi a(;o, reeu re uuiug in roe Mem¬ phis and Friar's Point trade, making dally trlpa. Recognlzlni; the fact that Captain Lee. by virtue ot having had a boat in this trade.and havinK lu-il nmpleled a new boat, owned bv several gentlemen between this and Friar's Polut, built fur that trade, eu'itled his boat to a day lu said tra le, we immediately with¬ drew the steamer Geo. W. Cheek lrom the Friar's Point trade, leaving one day for tbe White and one lor Cap- lain Lee's boat. Captalu Lee advertised tna. the Allln would leave on Monday, and did start bar out on that day in opposition 10 the White, alter which we or¬ dered tbe t hi-eklo return to Memphis and resume her trips on Tuesday. Afler having mane iwn nips Rgaiusi our boat, and just De- fore the White and Allin were to leave this port on Monday evening last, Captain Cheek had au interview wilh Captain Lee, lu order that the dispute as to wnlch boat should ItavHon Monday might he settled, and the con diet between Captain Lee snd ourselves ended. The interview resulted In Captain Lea having tbe choice o days, and Captain Cheek naming the days each boat should leave bere.togetber wltn the fact that Captain Cheek should withdraw the steamer Cheek rom the Friar s Polut trade, and that the While aud Allin shoald In future make each two trips per wees. Instead of three, as previously. 1 aulaiu Cheek named Mondaya and Thursdays for one boat and Tuesdays and Fridays for the other. Captain Lee chose Tuesdays and r'ridaysas the days on which his bsat would leave Memphis, leaving Mon¬ days and Tnursdsys for the White. We lmmidiateiy withdrew the steamer Cheek from the trade, and as Captain Lee claimed that his boat was compelled to go out that tvrnlng. Captain Cheek laid the W bile oyer uulll the next day, turning over all her passengers to the Phil Allin, Captain Lee acknowledging the day to be ours, and agreeing that In lutur" the Allln sbcuid leave on TueKdays and F. Idaj sand tbe White on Mondays and 1'hursdays. We, without hesitation, gave blm tbe ben¬ efit of that trip; turned over to his boat our passengers, and laid the White over, with¬ drawing tbe Cheek entirely lrom tne trade. This settlement of our dispute was Hilled by every one with delight, and all seemed to feel that the compact between the White and the Allln was as solemn as fair and just. Our surprise msvbe Imagined, when, tne next evening, we were shown the !o. lowing tele¬ gram: Helena, Ark , Jannary 17, UT71 James Lee, Jr., is Madison street: Siverylblng opposed to changing days. 8ee Colonel Cheek and inform him that we go out Mondays and Fridays. STACKER LEE. This shows a square hack-down on the part of Captain Lee 01 the Phil. Allin, seriously to our detriment, aad with the evident desire and determination to drive us from the trade, or at least to arbitrarily control it for their own Interest; also, snowing conclusively that this agreement was eutered into, and that the Allln U not even satisfied to take the days allotted by Captain Lse to the White, but to-day Bllll insists on retaining her best day (Friday) and taking Monday, tbe princi¬ pal day o' the White. We now, there'ore, wish to Inform our friends and the public that In future we will run tne steamer A.J. White from Memphis to Friar's Point on Mondays and Fridays, and the steamer Geo. W. Cheek will make regular trips In the same trade, leaving here 'Tues¬ days, Thursdays and Saturdays, believing, that with the lights before them, the travel¬ ing and shipping punllc between Memphis and Friar's Point will give our boats a liberal share of their patronage We are. very respect rn 11 v. untts, MAMIMP. Jr CO. COTTON FACTORS. Jobs R Watkinh, Brownsville, Tenn. J. V. Fussell. Memphis, Tenn. WATKINS Sl FUSSELL, Success to John P. Bill A Co , Cotton Factors AHD COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 268 Front Stieet, Back office, np-stalrs, : Memphis, Tenn R. S. TAYLOR & CO., Cotton Factors ar d Grocers. sW We have a large and well selected stock of Groceries and Flour, among which is the old favorite Grafton 000 and Relncke's Elegant. PARTEE & HARBERT, COTTON FACTORS, apis HTJulori mum T. APOLKON HILL. H. FONTAINE. HILL, FONTAINE & CO., Cotton Factors. WHOLESALE GROCERS, - AIM II - COMMISSION MERCHANTS 326 Freat str et. bet. Monroe 4. Unloa, MEMPHIS, TKNNK88EE. W. H. Kkdwi.sk lata with Peonie s Bank. Clake.sceP. Hi' nt. formerly looe. HonlCo. Samuel Mosut, lormerly Mosby 4- Hunt. MOSBY, HUNT & CO., COTTON FACTORS, ui.M.K.'.i. COMMISSION MERCHANTS And Dealers in Produce, Groceries, Bagging, Iron Ties, etc.. No. 304 Front Street, (Mosby & Hunt Block), Memphis, Teu.v. WE respectfully solicit the patronage of the old customers of our former busi¬ ness assorlai ions, and the tradiuir nntilic gen¬ erally. We insure all consignments, unless Mierwise instructed. Jann ROSADALIS. ROSADALIS. 0 ja'fl Gotten Thread Rope. TENNESSEE manufacture X quality; In lots to the trade only sale by unequaled inly. For PAY PKOT'DFIT. Agents for the manufacturers. NOTICE. District of West Tennessee, In Bankruptcy. At Mem an in, Tennessee, HSd day of Jan uary. 1S71. THE undersigned hereby gives notice of their appointment as assignees of A. Wf Young, of Memphis, .Shelby couuty. Slate of Tennessee, within said District, who has been aalndicated a bankrupt upon his own petition by the District Court rs said District. O. WUU iKIUUE, W.A. HILL, Assignees. Office. 822 Main gtreot. JaM s A D A L S Purifies the Blood CURES SCROFULA IN ALL ITS FORMS. A Specific In Cases of SYPHILIS Drives every vestige of Poisonous Matter from the System, without Reducing the Patient. Possesses alt the properties of a Tonic, as well as Alterative. The Formula Is published on every package, FOB THE CUBE OF ALL KINDS OF RHEUMATISM, IT HAS NO EQUAL. Baltimore. February 10. 1888. Dr. J. J Lawke.ni E Hear Sir: 1 take pleasure in recommendlngyonr Kosa nAi.is as a very nowerlul alterative. 1 have used It In two cases with happy results one In a case of secondary syphilis. In which the patient pro¬ nounced himself cored after having taken five bottles of yonr medicine. The other Is a case of acrofu a of long standing, which la rapidly Improving under its use, ana tbe Indications are that the patient will soon recover. I have care.ully examined the formula oy wnicn your Itosadllls Is made, and hod It an excellent compound of al teratlve Ingredients. Yours, truly. K. W. IABK, M.U. CURES RHEUMATISM. Mckpueesboro, Tenn., July 8. Dr. J.J. lawkeni-e. Baltimore. Md. Sir: You will please send me four 4j more bottles of your most excellent medicine. As y. u will remember, one month or six weeks ago. I received three bottles of It. When I commenced taking It I couiu scarcely walE at ail wtien nignt came, but now I suffer uo more from rheumatism. I have a little brother that is about to lose bis sight, and I wish to try It for him. You will please nnu enclosed ae, tor wnicn you will mnaao iorwaru me tne medicine lm mediately, very respectfully, 1 re¬ main, SAM L U. MC'FADDEN, P. o. Box law. Murtreesboro. Tenn Hold by druggists everywhere. At wholesa.e by i . u. w akd BKU. O W.JONES 4 CO. W. NW1LKERSON CO RAILROADS. MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK R. R. TO $12 00 TO LITTLE ROCK "PASSENGERS going Weat, by taking this A roaa at o a.rn. rsacn nitue rtoci at b-jxd, m. aame day, connecting with boats lor FORT SMITH, And stages for Hot Springs, Washington, Camden, And all points la Southwest Arkansas snd K as tern Texas, uniy rename route to LITTLE ROCK. Avoid laying over at DeVall's Bluff twen hours, which passengers do who take boats Tickets for Sale at the COMPANY'S OFFICE 37 Sooth Court street, And at the Mempuls road Tloket Office, 27S 1 Memphis and Locls- Obbss. WA Main t. Central Bailroad Tlcaet Offi d Charleston Kall- u street, and at the Bailroad Ticket ud at the Illinois Jefferson street, Memphis, also at uopeceiu uepoi, B. P. H0B80N. B. D. WILLIAMS, Asa' t Hup t. (seA) Oeu'l Hupt. 78 State Female College MEMPHIS, TENN. 'I'llK Spring and Summer Session of Ibis A institution will commence ou Monday the il l of January next. Pnplls are received at any time of the ses slon, but It Is greatly to their advantage to n i. -r ai me beginning; I us), in advance, win cover all expenses per session of five months, lor Tuition In the Begnlsr Course, Board, Washing, Fuel, Lights, and Furnished Room. No School of Its class cAsaper- thoroughly equipped with apparatus and musical instru¬ ments 12 Proiessora and Teachers superior auvauiages ior me stuuy oi Ancient and Modern Languages, and every facility for thorough training. For catalogues or other Information, ad dress Kev. O. COLLINS. D.D., '-'! PresMent. THOfl. C. LOWE. JESSE NORM EXT LOWE & NORMENT, Attorneys at Law & Solicitors In Chaaoary, BOLIYAB, HARDEMAN CO., TEN. Special attention given to collections. TnovS Tjaiicl for Sale. A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND belong¬ ing to the estate of Ueorge Porter, de¬ ceased, situated on Alligator Bayon, near the St. Francis river, will be sold, at nubile auc¬ tion, al the town of Madison, in the county of HI. Francis and Ntate of Arkansas, on TUESDAY, tbe 2ltb Inst., by order of tbe Chancery Court ot Phillips county, Arkansas. WM. I OKI sin, Adin'r. llelesa. January ft, 1871. Jal7 w JAMES M. WHITE, nXempbt BROOM FACTORY, 442 MAIN STREET, me is. Tiaisr ixr. Notioo ot Election, AMEETINU of policy holders of the Life Association of America will be held at the parent office, in the oily of St. Lonla, for the election of a Oeoeral Board of Directors, on TUESDAY, January Si, 1S7L Polls open from 10a.m. to! s.m. jaslswtw W. HASLET, Non-Resident Notice. No. 161. In tbe Second Chancery Court ot hiieiby county, Tennessee. Harriet K. Ooodwyn, by next friend, John B. Leech vs. William A. Ooodwyn et al. T appearing from bill, which Is sworn to, in this cause, ib.'it the defendants. McOav- ock Uoodwyn, Uraoe Ooodwyn, Mary Llzcle Uoodwyn. David M. Ooodwyn and Phllo Hi¬ ram uoouwyn, cm resineiits oi .vew urieani, Louisiana, and nun-resldenls of the State ol Tennessee: It Is therefore ordered. That they make their appearance herein, at the coart bouse of the e. uuil Chancery Court of Shelby county. In the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the rt Mondey in March. 1K71. and dead, an¬ swer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed aa to them and Bet for hearing ex parte ; and that a copy of this order be published onoe a week, for fonr successive weeks, In Uas Memphis Appeal. This January U, U71. A oopy attest. M. D. L BTEWABT, Clerk and Master. By Qeoboe Malleby, Deputy tl and M. Estes A Ja kson. Hols, tor conaplt. jsM A. B. BATTELLE. J, O. BATTELLE MEMPHIS ROLLING MILL ttell: eft OO., Manufacturers of all sixes of ROUND, SQUARE AND FLAT IRON, Cotton Ties, Fish Bars and Bolts, Railroad Spikes, Chairs, Etc. MEMPHIS, : : : : TENNESSEE. avOfBoe at Works, on Wolf river, In Chelsea. Old Boilers and other Wrought-iron Scrap bought. Hfi Agents wanted to sell tbe LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS OF Gen. R.E.LEE, By James D. MoCabe. Jr., of Va. Tbe standard biography of the Oreat Chief¬ tain. Its popularity Is attested by the aale of over 30.000 copies already ; send for circulars. Address Natiobal Publishing Co., Mem¬ phis. Tenn. Jos daw A. WKIOI1T. W. C. F0LE1 Non-Reiident Notice. No. SSOO O. K In ths First ' hancery Court of Bhalby county, Tennessee. American Ex¬ change Bank of America vs. Sol. Andrews atal II APPEARING from affidavit In this cans -.na' the defendants to the supplemental cress bill Bled herein by the Planters' Bank of Tennessee, and W. M. Farrlngton. to-wit: the American Exchange Bank in New Yore City andSol. Andrews, of New York, are non¬ residents ot Tennessee: n Is therefore order¬ ed, that ihey make their appearance herein, at the Courthouse in tbe City of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday In February, ISTl.and plead, answer or demur to said cross bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for bearing ex- parts, and that a copy of this order be pub¬ lished once a week lor lour successive weeks in the Memphis Apfeai A copy .Attest. EDMUND A- COLE, Clark and Master. By R, J. Black. Deputy Clerk and Master. Eoruecht A Craft, solicitors for oomp. WRIGHT & FOLKES, J9L. ttorney ss-ss. t-Xj . xstr, OFFICE : KIT WILLIAMS BLOCK, Corner of Main and Madison Streets, aw Will practice In all ths courts In Shelby oonnty (State and Federal), and In the Su- preme Court at Jackson. Tsnn. Jal8 SIOOO 3El.wa,icaL Foi sny ease of Blind, Bleeding or ItchtnQ P1LKH that DbBINQ'S Pile Kemebt falls to cure. It has cured cases of SO years standing. Try it, and get rid of tbe most troublesome dUiase flesh is heir to. Bold by all druggists ueu Bold everywhere. Send for pamphlet Franklin street. naitl-linr.. sn NOTICE. MEMPHIS AMD NASHVILLE SHORT LINE Menpbls aad Louisville, aad Nashville end Norihwettern nanroao, VX.A- MoKBNZIB. Two Passenger Trains Daily. Leave Memphis .l:lfi 7;4ap.m Arrive at Nashville 5:40p.m :00a.m Cbatunooga :jna.m rtiu p.m Atlanta 3:17 p m 4'JI a.m Knozville 11 :lt! a. in Bristol 6.40 p.m Lynchburg. Va 8:0Ua m I. jul.iville.Ky lilup.nl MILES SHORTER TH A N via DEC AT UK TO NASHVILLE. SHORTEST, BESULIKST ROUE, The only route by wn ch Passengers are not Couipcueu iu enauge oars. Sleeping cars run directly through to Nash- viue uuij iiiisuu.. Baegaue and Passenger cars run through to Tashvllle on the passenger train leaving Mem phis at 7 :4? p.m. Save lime, distance, and the delays and trouble incident to changing cars al unsea¬ sonable hours. Get your Tickets at 237 i-2 Main St., Or at Depot, head of Main st. Take the through Bleeping or a seat In one of the IhiouKh passenger cars of this line. Advise yonr neighbors, friends, and the traveling puoi.'c to iase ine euori j.ji.i- via .ucnen-je, going lo or returning lrom itasuviue, v.nau- tanooga. Knoxvllle, Bristol, Lynchburg, At¬ lanta, ivoiue, Allgasia, aiacou, ravannan auu rnarleston. . W. '1'a'iMAS, Oenera: Hupertntendenl. W. L. DANLB.Y, uen'l Pass, and Ticset Agt W. H. LAND1S, Passenger ' gent N. A N. W. R. ri. J Ar. SPsikD. Ticket Agent, jtnlO 2S7, Main street. LOUISVILLE ROUTE North and East. WINTER SCHEDULE ! TAKES EFFECT JAN. 9, 1871 LEGAL NOTICES. TRUSTEE SALE. By virtue of a trust deed executed to ma an- properly registered in tbe Register's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, in Deed Book 70. pages 814, 315 and SIS, and at tba re¬ quest ol the holder of tbs note secured thereby, and for the purpose of paying said note, and in pursuance of the terms of said instrument, I will, on Saturday, tbe 9tb Day af Fottraary, 1871, Btitween the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m.. on the premises, sell, for cash, to tbe hlchest bidder, the property mills anas! In said trust deed, tbns described: Situate, lying and being In Shelby county, Tenn. ssee, being a part of the Ramsey &uou-acre grant, and beginning at a "take on the north side of Jackson street extended UNO feet east of the point where Eimwood avenue Intersects Jackson street and at the southeast corner of tbe 7 4-100-acre loi bought by J. M. Provlne on the 5th day of December, . thence east v 1th Jackson street 85 leet to a stake at the Intersection of Jackson street and Rale'gh avenue; lhence north a feet lo a stake; thence west 45) feet; thence south & feet to the beginning on Jackson s reel, contain¬ ing? acres, and being lots 4 and 5 of the -0- acie lot sold by Mrs. M. P. Talbot to Mrs. M. B Wadklns May 1, and by Mrs. Wad kins sold to Willie J. Llttlejohu, as appears of re¬ cord lu Book 51. page 51H of the Register's office of this county. Purchaser wlli be re¬ quired to pny the money down. Sale abso¬ lute. Title believed to be irood. bat 1 will sell and convey only demptlon barred. LEGAL NOTICES. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a Trust Deed execu ted to me on tbe 21th dsy ot November. 1309, by A. W. Young, trading and doing business nader tbe nsms snd style of A. W. Y oung A i o , sod recorded In the Register's ofllae ol Si elby county, Tenn., in Book No. 2 ot "Chattel Mortgages," page 144, I will, on Monday, 13th February, 1871, Daring i- gal hours, st tbs store-bouse No. SIS, on the west side ot Main street, in the city of Memphis Tennessee, sell to the highest bid¬ der, st public auction, for cash, the property conveyed in said Trust Deed, to-wit: The stock of books, stationery, and other articles of merchandise, and all the fix tares and mr- n it ure In aald store boose, or so mnch there¬ of ss may be necessary to satisfy the provi¬ sions of said Trust Deed. WM. B. MITCHELL, Trustee. Clapp A Meux, Attorneys. Janll LEGAL NOTIUES, CHANCERY SALE -or- Trustee8 Sale. BY virSke of a Deed in Trust executed to me on the atth of November, lftt7. by W. D. balther. and recorded In the Register a office of Shelby county, Tennessee, In Book No. tt), pages 531. etc; and lor the purpose of carry¬ ing out the trusts therein specified, I will, on Tuesday, March 14, 1871, m trustee. Equity of re D. H. POSTON, Trustee. Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. '.FOO-N.R-Firs! chancery Court of Shel¬ by County. F. ngiebrecht et al. vs. Timo- tny McCarthy et al. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale eutered herein secember 8, 1870, 1 will sell at public auction to tbe hlgLeat bidder. In front of the Clerk and Master's office, Greenlaw Block, Secoud street, in Ine city of Memphis, Tenn. on Friday, February 10, 1871, Within legal hours, the following described propel ty, to-wit: situate lu tbe county of ishelby, and State of Tennessee, and In the city of Meinpi-ls, being an undivided half Interest in lot No. 9 of A. Wo- druh's subdivision of original lots 518 and 419, at the Intersection of tue west side of H 1.1 street with tbe south side of the Kaielgh road; Beginning at aald Intersection; thence south Xt degrees east with the west line of Hill stieet 170 feet: thence south le-al hours, ii W. D. Ualther the real estate escribed as fo lug tne land on wh resided ou Jttih of i lng al thesoulhaa running thence wei line of the land owi and on which the i on November as. ' line one Hundred western boundary 1 mention d; tfieuce the bevinniug-co one hundred and t Title believed to be sell law present residence for eash, at pebhe reyed lu said Trust ine of the land urst above south along aald line tc utainlng, by estimation wenty acres, more or leas good. V. M. KWI NO. Trustee Sa'e. Valuable Cotton Plantation. to the Raleigh road; lilt east along said road 'M being tbe same prope: Woodruffto Thomas Wc by deed dated March 2. i the Register's office of si 'S. part )pt. pp. 117 and ining, Am oh Trustee's N pursuance ot a Trust Deed.made to me by 1 James W Smith on -id dsy of January, 1SSS, and recorded at Keulah, Boll . ar cnutv, Miss , in Book L, page os. to secure the pay¬ ment of three promissory notes therein mentioned la payment of eleven bundred and fifty S115n laving been made on first note). I will sell. On the 28th Day of January, 1871, within legal hours, at tbe court-house. In Beulah.to the hlshest bidder, for cash, tbe fol lowing described land, lying in Bolivar coun¬ ty, Miss . vis: All section si, 1- lng west and south of tne center of Bouge Phalla, town 21, range weat ; snd all section 84, lying west of center of Bouge Phalla and north of old Teems oesale- On a credit of six (6) mont bs note with good security r quired lie. lobe retained; equity ot red .xupilun barred. KDML'MD-A. COLK, Clerk and Master. Edg.ngton A Halsey, Attys. Janll Seco a Chancery Court. F. Pfemfert, lf.Hiinste.lt. Uustav Miller vs. The Memphis Oeruian Havings Institution et ai. eonsoufuueu cases. TtJTICK is hereby glveu to ail creditors and parties interested in the assets of above bank, to appear and tile their claims ud have Uieinse; v s ma bi uart ies to above causes ou or before F ebruary 15, 1871. j.j.j r . i , Receiver. Westcott A Htahl, Attorneys. January 1 , 1871. al V LEA ,-B Merr phis AJtBlVE AT St. Louis . 14asb vllle.... liouisvtlle m C tnclunatl Indianapolis. C'evelaoid BvOfalo N laara, Fails Pittsburg Bali! more Washington City .... PhL'-deiphlaJ... ..4.15 a.m. 1.45 p.m 7.30 a.m 5.1.0 a.m e.40 a.m liLuu noo 1L2U a.m 10.25 p.m 4.10 a.m 7.00 a-m 11.50 p.m 12.10 p.m 3.40 p.m 12.20 p.m 3.00 p.m 10.30 p.m. .... 5.50 p.m. la 15 p.m. 5.00 a.m. . .... 8.40 a-ru. 3.30 p.m. 10.40 p.m. 7.00 a.m. 7.05 p.m. 8.00 a.m. 1.00 p.m. .... .30 a.m. New York 12.00 m. Brownsville Accommodation leaves dally (except Sunday) at 4 :15 p.m. Dally through train to Nashville and Chat- Ujicioga, without change of cars, leaves at T.'o p.m.; arrives in Nashville ai a a.m., Cbst- U nooga at 7.10 p m. next day. Depot at bead of Matn street. Ticket Office, 237 Main street, one door north of JerJerson. Tbe train leaving Memph Is at 1:45 p.m. runs daily. The 4:15 ajn. train does not rnu on Sitnday. Both trains run through to Louis- viLU wunoui cnauge. r.iegam sleeping cjin- rcn through on the.l:45 p.m. train from Mem¬ phis to Louisville, connecting at Loulslvlle With through cars to Philadelphia, Cleveland, tnHa-'cand New York, without chauge. Only oi te change from Louisville lo Baltimore, t ash.'ngton lity and Boston. Bertha and st. vu rooms, In through cars, can be engaged at tbe Ticket Office, 237S Main street. Jin. superintendent J. F. BO'S .'asks Speed. Ticket Anent. jamo L ITTLE RUCK ANO FT. SMITH RAILROAD. TIME OM. ON and after Monday, November 21, 1870, a passenger and freight tialn will run aa fullo'a: OOIlfO WEST. Leai e H ntersville .. 8:30 a.m Ba-tlett 0:08 a.m Pa arm 8:33 a.m Oo Id Creek 10:08 a.m Co away 10:24 a.m Ca Iron 11 M0 a,m Pit unmer's 11 :SI a.m Arri vlng at Lewisbnrg 12:00 m. ooiko east. L saves Le'vlsl)urg...w Pit ramer Uadrou nway Bold Creek Pnlarm .... Jartlett Ai Tivlng at jjuntersvllle 4 10 p.m. saystase connection between Lewisbnrg a 'j l r oi t i-miiin. Coaches will also leave t tic principal hotels st Little Rock lor transfer of passengers to and lrom the statiou al tin For further Information, lnqnlre at the gem rai office of the company, Real hxtate nan nuiniinsr. corner oi jiaranam anu Com mcrce streets, up stairs. D. W. C. BROWN, Uen'l .Sup't. LC'RINU 8. RICHARDSON. nov24 Oen'l Ticket Agent. 1:00 p m 1:28 p.m v ii p.m iiue p.m 2:52 p.m 3:27 p.m Jtwt p.m Attachment Suit. S Kaufman A Rrn.; firm composed of 8 Kauimau, D. Kaufman, Jr., vs. T. J. N.sbltl, John R. Loftln. HI- FORE James Hsi.l. Justice of tbs Pea-e for Shelby counts'. Affidavit Having been made in this cause, aud attachment issued aDd returned, levied, etc.: II Is therefore ordered. Tint publication be made in ttie Memphis Daily Appeitl.a newspa¬ per published in ine city of MemnhU. lor lour suc.essive weeks, commanding the said T.J. was sail anu jonn it loiiiu, lo appear orore me. at my office, in the city of Mempbis, in the I -tii Civil District of said county, on me 20th dav of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock a.m., aud make defense to sa'd suit ag inst them, or it will be proceeded with exparts. JAMES HALL, Jal7 Justice Peace lor Shelby county. Non-Resident Notice. No. 730. In the llrt Chancery Com t of Shel¬ by county, Tennnesseo. John Nelson et a", vs. John S. Clay brook et al. IT appearing lrom affidavit in this eanse that the defendants to the eross bill of J. S. Claybrook, filed herein, lo-wlt: Charles H. Organ. Tany Organ. R. E. Richards and his wile, Valeria Richards, William Vance aud his children, Robert Vance, Hopeheld Vance, Agnes Vsnoe, Frank E. Vance. Mary Vance Arthur Vance aud Stonewall Vance are citi¬ zens of Arkausa? aud uou-resldeuts of tbe taU of Tennessee: It Is therefore ordered. That tbey make their appearanoe herein, at the court-house in Ui- illy of Memphis, Tenn., on or before ihe first Monday in February, 1871, and plead, an¬ swer or demur to said cross-bill, or the same will be laken for con leased aa to tb am and set lor hearing ezparte; and that a copy ot this order be published once a week, for four successive week, Iu the Memphis Appeal. A copy attest. EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Hi ace. Deputy '. and M. L. D. McKisaick, and Wilson A Beard, Sols for complainant. de.24 CHANCERY SALE -OF- jFL3LXa ESTATE -ON- SATURDAY, FEBRUARY llth 1871 riHE Victoria or Lailles'ttem Is the great X iu vent Ion long nn1 earxieflUy wished for by your Hex. we ulre smart ami energetic ladv agents to introduce our popular aud Ju stly celebrated article in everv village Town ana C!iv in ine woriu. it in men;v hp pioved or, iudorsed aud adopted by all ladles of taale aud refinement, and la now a great favorite with tbem; it U what every lady hus wished lor; trivet perfect freedom or ae tlon, aud Prevents Catching Coll at a Critical Period, Indorsed and recommended by all Eminent Physicians and Divines. Every lady absolutely requires sne and will purcnasaat signt. us merits are APPARENT AT A GLANCE. Drngglsts. milliners, dressmakers and those -ho keeD fsucv stores will find our excellent Invention gives perfect satisfaction, and sells very rapidly, and netting enormous profits to agents and dealers. Town and country rights given free to all who desire engaging In an honorable respectable and profitable business, and at the same time, doing good to those suffering companions in llle. Ss.mples $2, sent free by mail on receipt of price, eeuu ior wnoiesaie circulars. Auuress, Victoria Manufacturing Co., flttrg . 17 gsrk Flaps, Nay York, DISSOLUTION. THK partnership heretofore existing be¬ tween John P. Bill and John R. Wat- kins, under tbe firm name of John F. Bill A Co., Is dissolved by mutual consent, to take effect from December 1, 1870. John R. Wat- kins is alone authorized to sign the firm name in liquidation of the business. JOHN R. WATKINS. ar John R. Watkins will continue the business, in partnership with J. V Fussell, under the Arm name of Watkins A Fussell, 1 . i. n Un AOS IMn, a.vu., llu.b JL1 IU. .IUIIC f U. . 'J . IUU. nil CT;, .lai.C office, up-stalrs,) Memphis, Tenn. ST Having dissolved my business connec¬ tion with Dr. John R. Watkins. I desire to thank my Irleuds ana tne public ior their patronage while I was in business. I cheer- mllv recommend the new firm as promnt and reliable business men. January l, iwj. juiiiN r. hiul. LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN. TUE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY, THE copartnership heretofore existing In tba saw and grist mill business, near Cuba, tthelby county, Tennessee, between Francis Bester and Charles M. Widrlg, unde the firm name of F. Hester it Co., la this day dissolved. KRANUB HB8TKB. January IV, 171. jauXt-d&vi Jfrf. WhUrvviti't JStrrup. Mrt. Mteomb't Mrt. W htttrmb't 1 t IB the Cures Colio and Griping ui ui. mw.1., auu 1HCU1- tstes tbs process of Teeth¬ ing. Subdues Convulsions and overcomes all diseases In¬ cident, to Infanta and Cures Diarrhea, njisji tsry snd Hummer Com¬ plaint In children of all Tr JPri US Cm Prte Csn Priet 35 On rest Infant's and CniiHron Bo othlng Remedy In all disorders brought by Teething or any other cause. l"repared by the GRAFTON MEDICIN1 CO., St. Louis, Mo. f old by drugXlsSa and dsaisrs in medicine T arrwavata. myscuw No. SUM In tbe Second Chancery Court of Shelby county. Tenn. Samuel Coffey vs. Thomas Shquiders et al. BY virtue of an order of sale made In this cause, I jsrttl sell at public auction to tbe highest bidder on the premlr.es, near Snelby Depot, oft Saturday. February II, 1871, Within legal hours, the following dascrlhad real eatate. to-wit: Hituated and being In tthelby county, Tennessee, near tthelby de¬ pot, un ! being part of the Hate tract of 570 acres, ttvil mstrlct, rauge , section , and beginning at a amall willow oak at Gold UrifHn'8 north line iu the rood, leading from Lootta HAtchie bridge to the depot; the rame being J. W. Wright's Bouthwwit corner; thence west 1UJ cbaius to a hickory tree marked H. Ii.; thence north II chains to a staksln the center ol the Loosa Hatcbie river, wilh white oak pointers; thence west HO chains, 50 links to u stake 15 lluks west of a hickory tree; thence north Zi chains and 75 links to a stake with white oak pointers; thenceeastl chaiun thence north chain and 25 links to a sweet gum, marked T. F. ; lhence east i2 chain aud 50 links to a stake lV1 lluks north qf a sycamore tree on the creek . thence sonth M chaius and 70 links to a sinall wbiteoak marked "acorner''; thence west 11 chains toastike; thence south ; west HO links to a white oak; thence south lowest, with main road 2i ebains and 50 links, crossing Loosa Hatchle liver on new bridge to a take in the center of road; thence sonth 16 east 'J chains to tbe begin¬ ning, containing 2S2 acres. Also another tract, situate lying and he i g in tthelby county, lenneasee. Civil District No. 1, range 5, sec¬ tion -1. fieginulngat a slate, thenc i north s ' east to a hickory marked U. A M . tbe south west corner i f 10CO acre tract granted to the heiisof Alexander McDonald; thence east forty-eight chains to a stake eighty links west of a white oak marked A. K. K. ; thence north to astake, James Be dt's southeast cor¬ ner, thence wot with said ttcott's line 48 chains to stid Scott's southwest corner on west boundary line of said 1000 acre tract; thence south to the begluuiug containing ninety (90) acres more or less, being the same property conveyed to said Bass by a. D. ledsoe, by deed or record in Ueed Book 16, Tt lana is believed to be good, but I convey only as Trust KUUENE MONTOOMKKY, Trustee November Js, 1870 . nov27 Clerk and Master's Sale of Lands, January 26, 1871. No WB-, H. D. Second Chsncery Court ol bhelby county. Mary A. Kleld. Adm'x, etc, vs. Charles U Field ad others. BY virtue and In pursuance to tbe direc¬ tions of a decree of the Second Chancery Court ot Shelby couuty, made in the above cause, on the 20th day of December, IsTU, 1 will, on Thursday, the 26th of January 1871 In float of my office on Beoond street.be- tweeu Union and Uayoso streets. Memphis. Tenn., at 12 o'clock m., sell, to the highest and best bidder, the following tracts orland, belonging to the estate of Dr. Charles U field decease-' : Tbe first tract Is situate In Shelby county. State of Tennessee, and la describe 1 as fol¬ lows: Fronting on the old Baleigh road, about four miles from court Suusre, Mem¬ phis: begtnnln enue; tunning nine 91 chalm north M chains Ohio railroad ; chains -i elei wfci on nsiein pisnaroaa i ami tsvo ri links; thence SJfcMnss to the Memphis snd MbnVe eastward ly dtj nine ify-friur links to Hollywood avenue, and lhence south 34 '15100 chains to the beginning, containing 2H Wl-luO acres ol land, un this tract there is sn elegant and comfortsble residence and other valuable lm provements. If the whole of this trsct cannot be sold at llm minlmnm price fixed S7UUU, then lu acres on the back of ssld tract, trontlng on Holly¬ wood avenue, will be offered, and If sold at :' at a i ief tii- offered ne in tbe county ol ee. being tbe north owned by Willis ke In Wro. Daven- Favette. State of Tet end of a tract of PJ Person. beglnnl g at port's west line, said ner, and running theuce uorth fTr1 poles to a stake with mulberry pointers, J. D Drews- t-r's southessi corner; tbeuc , west with Brewster's line 118 pole to a stake and whiie- oak pointer; thence sonth poles to a stake with gum pointer; thence east 12U poles to the beginning, containing i lwi one hun¬ dred and thirty acres, about 3 three miles from Mi s. ow, M. and C. K H. This tract has some good cabins, between SO and lie acres of excellent cleared land, and tbe balance most excellent timbered land, the minimum price fixed Is S2:U0 The title to said land believed to be perfect, wltb no incumbrances Tuxs of Saul One-third cash, balance in two equal payments at one and two years from date of sale; purchaser executing his individual notes, without security, bearing interest lrom date; s lien retained on the land to eeenre tbe deferred payments. This Decern her 21,1870. M D. L STEWART C. and M. L. O. Rives, Hoi, for com pits de23 Valuable Suburban FOR SALE. Lands So. t8, R. D Second Chancery Court Thomas fe. Meal et al. vs. K. J. B. L. Winn et al. Y virtue of a consent decree of the Second terei? iu the sbo on second str aale, any lot or I numbered from of subdivision of 47 ng to K. J. B. L. Winn county, on the New I bounded in part on the no These lots, as laid off on th hibltion at the office of the and of complainants' soil land, Esq., embrace 5, 8. 10 1 These lots, or any ol tbsi ONE-THIRD CASH . and will, at my office. nis, offer at private nd designated und elusive, on the plan acres of land Delong- Mituale in Shelby ialeigh road, and rth by Wolf river, e plan now on ex- Clerk and Matter tutor, L. B. McF'ar- ind 12 acres, n. will be sold for the balance on credit of six and twelve months, with six per cent, inter will be require retained to seen If said lots, oi l.fy ruchclalmi be filed agslus ti , then said fTred In lo he Clerk and wllhout securitv nr. ha-, r. and lien 'ired paymente. ney thereof to se.t- aud may uereafter nt, Winn, In this e tbe loth day of id, aa subdivided, publio sale. atCie , In Memph is. mmM lUb rerty will be sold subject to e si the will. Tcsms or Haul On a credit ot S and twelve moutbs; purchaser giving notes with pproved security hearing Interest from dale. This land will be surveyed and subdivided In lots, a plan or diagram of which ess be seen at my office. This Jnnnary 21,1871. Jan22 M. D. ii. STEWART, Clerk and Master. Humes A Pits ton, Sols, for complainant. Administrator s Notice. TTAVINU received papers oj adminlatra It lion lrom tne county court clerk ol Shelby county on the estate of Philip Brady, deceased, I hereby notify all parties having qwuim Haiijst h.iiu eiie in uie tue tame in County court, properly probated, with the clem oi said coun. Jal7 law JNO. BATTI, Administrator. on the terms aforesaid, oa said 10th Day of May, 1871, Or so much thereof as will. In the aggregate, be sufficient to pay the claims aioressld. These lands are all timbered, fertile, and well adapted or SMALL FARMS, or for garden¬ ing purposes. Such bargains as will be offered In this ltnd bave seldom been offered lo the Spbcd- I.AT--K. the Wood-pealsb, the Oabdexeb, aii'' all who want Rbsiokncr Pk'U'Ebtt ad¬ jacent to and convenient to Memphis be: v; on Ihe line of a projected railroad, and only 21, miles from Court Square. Full particulars and plans can be had at my office. or of L B. McKabland, Sol. for complainants, No. 20 Madison St., Memphis. M. D. L. STEWART. Clerk snd Master. Not-Resident Notice. No. 4S88, O. R D. In tbs Second Cbaneerv Court ot HUt-lby county, Tennessee. Mar¬ ina o. mosuy vs. jonn mosoy et al. 11 appearing irom amuavit in Ibis cause that ,the defendant, John Moaby, Is a resident oi Aioemarie counly, mate of Vir¬ ginia, and a non-resident of the State ol Tennessee, and that an aUuobm from this court attaching all the right, till" and lntereatof the said defendsnt Tn and to the estate of Pleasant Mosby, deceased has been returned levied, etc.; It la therefore ordered. That he make his appesrance herein, at the eourt-house of the Second Chancery Conrt In the olty of Mem- f"i Aeuu.. uu iue urst Monday m March 1871 nd plead, answer or demur to com- Slalnant's bill, or the asms will be iken for conlessed as to htm and set for hearing exnarte: and that a. m.. nt .hi. der be published onee a week, for four suc¬ cessive weeks, in the Mempbis Appeal. This Jannary 14, 1871. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. Meux A Scales, Sola lor complt. Jan20 Non-Resident Notice. Mo. 1ST. R In tbe First Chancery Court ol Shelby county, Tennessee a. R. Bridges vs. E. K. Austin. IT appearing from affidavit I n this cause that the defendant. E. K. Austin, left the State of Tennessee many years ago and never re¬ turned ; if living, he is at present a non-resl- deut of said State; and if dead, that bis heirs are made parties defendants, whose names and residence are unknown: It is ordered, That said K. K. Austin or bis heirs make their appearance herein, at the court-house In tbe city of Memphis Tenn., on or be lor tbs first Monday In March, 1871, and Plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or tbe same will be taken fnr rnnraasad as to them and set for h sarins exparte ; and that a copy of this order be pab- llsnea once a wee, iui iuui subobssivs WSSSts, In the Memphis Appeal. A oopy attest: EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By H. J. Black, Deputy Clerk and Master M. D. Welsh, SoL tor ootnpi'C jajj Non-Resident Notice, No. W7, R In the First Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tenn. C. D. McLean vs Henry O'Neal.. IT appearing from affidavit In this cauw that the defendant, Henry O'Neal, Is a clt- lsen of Arkansas and a nou-resident oi tlte State ot Tennessee: It is therefore ordered, that be make bis ap¬ pearance berein, at the court-bouse in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday In February, 1871, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for conlessed as to blm, and set for hearing exparte, and that a copy ot this order be published once a week for four successive weeks In tbe .Memphis Appeal. A oopy- attest: iDMUND A COLE, Clerk and Master. By R J. Black, Deputy C. A M. Wilson A Beard. Sols for nninplt. ... PROBATE COURT SALE OF REAL ESTATE. No. 474- Louisa C.Daly. Adm'x, vs. Edward Daly et al. Petition to sell land to pay debt. UNDER and by virtue of a decree of resale made in the above entitled cause at tbe Jannary Term. 1871, of tbe Probate Conrt of sosiDT couuty. Tenu., I wlli proceed to at public auction, to tbe highest and best bidder, before the court-house door, In the olty of Memphis, on Monday, February 6, 1871, Between the hours of 10 o'clock s.m. snd 4 o'clock p.ni., the undivided one-half Interest which Win. L. Daly held and owned in the following described land at the time of his death, and also subject to the dower interest of Louisa C. Daly therein, to-wit Lots 3, 4, i. 28 snd 30 of Wm. Crane's subdivision of land for James Elder and others of lands purchased irom Thomas Mull, said lots oon- talulng.ln the aggregate, 101 acres, and lying north of Wolf river, from S to 7 miles from the city of Memphis: It being ihe same prop¬ erty sold by John D. Martin to Wm. L. and Ed. Daly. Terms ol Sals Cash. JAMES REILLT, County Court Clerk. Young, Mallory A Gammon, Sols, for peti¬ tioner. jJ7 Attachment Suit. Harris, Cochran Co.; firm composed of A. L. Harris, Ueorge A. Cochran, S J. Doyle snd W. J. P. Doyle, vs. T. J. Nesbltt snd Jimn a. Lrfjitin. BEFORE Jambs Hall. Justice of the Peace for Shelbv countr. Affidavit htvlngbeen made la this cause, and attachment issued and returned, levied, etc. : It Is therefore ordered. That publication be made In the Memphis Dally Appeal, a news¬ paper published In the city of Memphis, for four innrnnslTit weeks, commandlns the uM T. J. Nesbltt and John R Loftln to appear before me, at my office. In tbs city ot Mem- plils. tn the 14th civil District o! aald oonnty, sn t ha SOW day of February, 1871, at 10 o'clock a-m., and make defense to said suit against ftscj, at It will bs proceeded with exparts. J AMISS HALL, JSCS Jattks) Pesos ior ttatty sssuHfj ESTATU. No. 2788, O. B First Chancery Court of She:- by oonnty. Jams Franklin Hicks vs. Or- vllle R. Early et al. BY virtue of sn Interlocutory decree 'or sale entered is the above cause Novem¬ ber 13, 1870, 1 will sell, at public auction, t i the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk ar d Master's office, Greenlaw B ock, Second street, tn tbe city of Memphis, Tens., on Monday, February 13, 1871, Within legal hours, the following describe J firoperty, vis: A certain lot of la ylng and being in the cour.tr of Shelby, Stats of Tennessee, snd In the city 04 Mem- psds,sas1 tn tStat jpsrt of Mempbis formerly Known aa South Memphis, mere part i-ularly described as being lot S In biock S, in the Bsrtlar division of said city: Beginning at the northwest corner of Robert Banks' two iets In the said b.ock No. ; th nee running east with bis north line -u Bast Sa a stieet feet wide: thence north with sld street (8 feet lo s lot in tbe name ot James I smb. lhence west wltb Lamb's sonth bon dary line 180 fast to Avery street; thence with tbe east 11ns of said Avery street 8 lest to the :-ginnlng; It being the same property con¬ veyed by W. K. Butler to J -N and Ksau Jones by deed dated December 1, ISjJ. and by said Tbsi as conveyed to Jereuilah Wood- worth sst tbs day of , 186-, and by aald Wood worth conveyed to Calharne Hicks JsJY. snLaael tbs aame sr. Id by J. F. Hicks to Martha J. Early, JuJy 23. 1 W. i.ij equity Jal4 re-Jem; ' hi TRUSTEES SALE HORN LAKE LANDS!! H'P.StANT to the y r. P. Manniuaj conveyli te. crtln lands tbereia re tbe payment of no) .etcher; I will, as TruriUe proceed to sell Monday, the 13th of February, 187 In front of the court house d do, Mississippi, tor casn, the estate, to-wit One tract c n Manning of it seres fronting the southwest wirner snip two, and rth range west, : lion, and particularly desen and bounds In said deed of r and i::i. The title la regarded as per 1 convey only as Trustee. J. B. MORI; Jannary 10, 1871. CHANCERY SALE OF REAL ES¬ TATE. No. liHi, N.R.-Flrs. Chancery O m county, Tenn. E. Robblns and Bradley i J. C. Doyle et al. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree ' sale entered herein January IS. DPS, si renewed January M, 17 auction, to the highest Clerk and Master's o: Second street, In tbe on I w Monday, February 6, 1871, Within legal hours, ths following described real sstslu, to-wit : The leasehold interest of deten.lants, Doyle and Wylie, in and to certain lots ... --matter described, which were leased bv tbem fretn P. H. Thompson including the isspaove- raents thereon snd running ten Jannary 1, 1887, via: Lying in She. by county, Tennessee, near tbe cry of Menii'l:, ben:i- uing at the southeast corner ol lot No. thence with Bass ave to a stake; thence nor the brick wall of the 1 leet more or leas to A thence easiwardly wit ed leet more or opened on the ea: t si subdivision; thence s street and parallel wit lease was on the acknowledged by Stephens A Smith. Aityriirv. Trustee's Sale B1 n, Y virtue of a Deed of fiutl executed me on the first dav o' Jannarv. l7n. Wm. P. Bradley, and registered in the Kn ter's office of Shelby county. Tennessee, Book 74, pages bs) snd 110, 1 will, on Wednetday, 25th of January, 18 Between the hours of 11 o'clock a m. an o'clock p m.. at the southeast corner ot Oo Square, m the city ot Memphis, sell si a tlon, to the highest bidder, for cash, the lowing descrlbtd real property, Tbe weat half of the southwest 4tiartr section 11 and the sonth half of section except 7 chains snd St links off the west of tbs southwest Aiso,S4 1-i iu tbe 1 ! of section 10. snd S acres also of tbe Nl of ecilon 10, and for the boundaries ot s land reference la here made to said Dee. Trust. Aiso. so acres of ihe N of sect 10, snd which Is described as follows i Beginning at the 8W corner of 8. L. Ki mond's 60-acre tract, postcak and 2 hicki pointers; thence south 11 chains 4 links I stake with postoak pointers; thenc chains ru links to a stake: thenc 3 chains to a stake: thence east H chains to a stake; thet ee north 21 chains and 40 links to a stake In Hampson's west line: thence west chains and t3 links to the beginning; being in all lOJ acres, and all In town. 1, range a west, and ail in Shelby county, Tenn.; aaid land will be sold under the provisions of said Trust Deed for the purpose of paying the notes secured therein. Tbe sale will be absolute, and the purchaser will be required to pay the money down. Title believed to be good, bat I will sell aud convey only aa trustee. Equity oi redemp- t ou waived. M. M. MststLY, Trustee. The widow's dower. Interest in the abo .'e described land, will be conveyed to the pnr cbaser of ths land at the trust sale. taS LOGWOOD M1COU. Attorneys. CHANCERY SALE OF REAL ESTATE First Chancery Court of Shelby county. Marv B. Crockett, by next lrlsnd, etc., vs. Wiley G. Harding et ah BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for Union street. In the city of Memphis, Tenn., on Wednesday, January 25, 1871, Within legs! hours, the .VA louring described property, lo-wlt: Certain tracts of land sit¬ uated In Snelby '.-oaaiy, i-tute of Tennessee, and d escribed as follows, vis: Flnit A tract ol Ml acres in tbe sixth clv.t district, andlying on both sldesol Won river, and beginning at a stake, James M. jjewis northeast corner of his six hundr- d and forty acre entry. No. 417: thence west L-t twenty - four chains and fifty links to a maple nurs¬ ed M. T., the southeast corner oi Wales l. Dabney's two hundred acre oecapaet; thence north twenty chains, i leasing Wolf river. In sll twenty-five chains, tea stake and pointer, Dabney's ntrtheast corner; lhence etst, with Alexander's line, t wenty-n jv chains and fifty links to a stake and pointers. William Irwin's southwest corner; thence south, crossing Wolf rlvar, twenty-live chains to the beginning. Second A tract situated In said couuty and State, being part ol s tract of land formerly owned by W. P. Warneid, situated ao jut three miles from Memphis, snd designated on a plan of subdivision of said tract (survey made by M. A. Merr, May, 1887,1 as Lot No t, fronting three chains and seventy-five links on the east side of Locke avenue, and ruu- nlng back between parallel lines at right an¬ gles with said avenu- to the west side ol a lot sold by Warneid to Fiouruoy. tbe south aide ol said lot beiDg eight chains aud titty-two links long, and being the north boundary line ol a lot sold by said Warneid to Hunting¬ don, the east line of. said lot being three chains and ninety finks long, the north boundary of said lot being nine and arty-s e- en and one-hall ons-hn no red ths chains long, containing three acres and fifty-nine one- bnndreUins, and tbe same conveyed by S. Mansfield to J. P. Tresevant, December SBth. 87, and recorded In book No. Si, January is:, 1858. TKBMS OF SAidt Cash. I CM UND A. COLK, Clerk and Master. ! A Pillow Jtiornev. ijeJB Hajrii BANKRUPT SALE. In Bankruptcy at Memphis, Tennessee in the matter of Power A McUeoy, Bankrupts. BY virtue of a special order entered by the District Court ol the United States for the District of West Tenn asses, I will sell, to the hbjhirt bidder, on Saturday January 28, 1871, At No. S Second street, at 13 o'clock m. of saia aay, tne louowing lot oi land and im¬ lankrupts, situate and lying In the city of provementa, belonging to the estate of said nanarupis, situate ana lying in the city of Memphis. Shelby county, and Stale of Ten¬ nessee, and described ss follows, to-wit: Be¬ ginning at a point on the ssst line ot laonaul street, S7 fast 1H Inches north of the norm line of Jefferson street; thence east parallel with Jefferson street 70 feet to a five-foot sir ley: thence north with said alley 18 feetsi; inches: tbenee wast parallel with Jefferson street 70 feet to Second; thanes south with Olisaia street 18 feet t Inches to the begin¬ ning; on which there is s store-boose. Txajxa of Saxs One-third casta; ths bal¬ ance lu six and twelve months, secured bv notes, with Interest from date; a lien to bo retained on the property for the payment of the purchase money therefor. A deposit re¬ quired st time of sale. Ian8 O. WOOLDRLCXJF. Assignee. KY. STATE LOTTfcRY. Chartered by tbs Leislature et Kentucky, Tlekats $ to $10. PriZM $1 tc $30,000 A tse. Psy-ablsin mon.y. Write for UOVU Ho. Italic a tr.