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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1871.
RAJLROAD8. TIMK-TABLK8. MSMPS1S AK9 I.TTTLS BOCK KAILBOAD. Until farther order, trains wlU ran iuy a ro.low: Mampbli HopeGeid l.i tire hock. b-JUl p.m. 510 p.m. 8:10 a.m fr'JUs.ra 6:15 a.m FINANCE AND TRADE. .." P.m. Ferryboat will leave toe wharfboal, loot of Union treet, uu;hiwui. A. 8. LIVERMORF, Genera; Superintendent BAILBOAD MXKFHIfl AND OHAJU.B8TOK Lttfi Memphis : Through HmU Train 11 :40 a m Through Express Train, Junction norammoubon 6:46 p.m Way Freight Train. fj6 a.ra Somervllie Train 4:16 p.m Arrive at Memnhis Through Mali Train fu rough Express Train Way FnlKhl Train. BomerrtlS Train Mall Train iu no- wast of Moscow. C. L .15:15 p.m 8:30 a m 0:15 p.m :45 a m Flag tttailons SON.Supt. MiasraaxPFi and tknummi Sew Orlean Mail, dally, p.m. Express, dally gnju a.m. Freight, dally except Sen- Jay ........... ... 4tu p.m. IX pot at loot of Main street. Tii - S Main street, one door north ol JAB. YONGE.Gi RAILROAD. LB A yes: 1:10 p.m, 4 :'6 p.m. , M a.m. I office, fferson SupL LITTLE BOCK AND FORT SMITH K AILROA I). Mall Train leave Argenta (opposite Utile Hoc-) at 8 a.m. Returning, leaves Loulsburg at i-::c p.m., arrlvlac at little Rock at 4 p.m. D. W. C. BROWN, Uen i Bup'L LORING 1'. RICHARDSON, U. T.A. pram prem prern X pram S prem prem prem H prem par M EHP-tlS POBTOFFICB.- la. tofi p.m. Sundays EDULE. -Office lionrs from IS rom to 10 a.in. i 60 rllle R. a.m. p.m. tii and 2:90 Eatt A S.-IML Mondays. 1 Saturdays Louis :IX' 6:0C w O. H. lUMtV. nudlMsUiLutiOii lido -! I 6:S '.master of Mails M Aiso: RECTORY LODGES. Mm Mkmprib, No. 1 IK meets 3d Friday in each month Hail cor. Madison and Second. W. b Matthews, W. M.; Ben. K Pollen Use. Amoebosa, No. 16S meeu 1st Monday in ev, ery month, at Odd-F ell ows Hall, Corner Court and Main. C M Carroll W.M. : John Beanilsh. Secretary. lLIA8noTT.No.2S meeU 1st Friday of each month Hail a. H Bigbee, iaoTO. No. 9S month Odd-Fe sou and Second, s J udah, Bee. Friday of er.ch L B, C. Wiiii-iu- , Bee. s 4th Friday of nnphls Hall, cor- Seeond. W. K. sapoki.Bec. r-ESie CHAFTKB, No. SS-meets Sd Monday of eacu month Odd-Fellow' Hail. A. J. Wheeler. M. E. H. P. : C. U. Locke. Sec. Mem run' Chavt EE No. BS, meets at Odd Inai; ,wa' Hall. :l Monday of each month. Henry J. Lynn. M. E. H. P.; Ben. K. Fallen. secretary. a. Aim a. ml EtraaXA Council, No. 8 meets Sd Monday of each month Odd-Fellow' Hall. 1). B. Fors- tet.Th. I1L: C. K. Myers, Rec. TEMPLARS. CtsOPrE CoMMANDtKT, No, 4 Meets 4th Mon¬ day of each mouth. Geo. Mellersh, Com.; T. J. Barehua, Re:. I ALYABT CHAPTI 1 OF ROSE CROIX. 18lh, NO. L Charles W. Adams, Sid. M. W. H.T. Tom 1 Inarm. Sid. Bee.'. r o.o.T. dibbcaOBy. Opfiob op ihi Dailt AjrPHAL, Memphis, Jane 1, 1871. FESANCIAL. The local money market presented no new features worthy or comment to-day and beyond a lew tramis 'tlou in bonds and tbe usual daily routine of checking and depositing, nothing was done. Tbe banks report an abundant supply of cur¬ rency ana only a light demand for loans, Rates of interest range from lCH3.lL' per cent, on ''git-edge" paper, tbe inside being an exception. In the open market there seems to oe an ample supply of capi¬ tal seeking Investment, but brokers and capitalists report considerable difficulty in securing the deaired class of paper, nates range irom ii per cent., the lat ter being the rate on "shy" notes. In tbe exchange market little was done except in the way of cotton bills, 15UQ of which was received by one bank and smaller amount by others. An aooom modation transaction of 110,000 between banks was also reported st $1 50 premium for $1000. Rates remain steady and are unchanged. We quote as follows Buying. Selling New York psr&K prem. prem Boston parigrv, prem. Providence par(tH prem. Baltimore narfjH prem. Philadelphia par- prem. Pittsburg psruS prem St. Louis parfjy, prem Cincinnati parte. :. prem Chicago part1, prem New Orleans., fjjtVH dia Transactions in trold were small, oiler ine were lufht and tbe demand limited Brokers' purchases of $1000, $700 and MM are reported at 111K. snd sales of fc!UW' were made at lllfc. Tbe opening rate at New York was II IK, snd closing liz. Tennessee bonds were more steady in New York, closing at 70't for both the old and the new. I. seal securities were quiet and without change. County warrants are bought at 73 and sold st 75. Bank 01 Tennessee money is bought at au and sold at s-. A dealer's sale of $70u was reported at the latter price. City bonds were in demand at 6 for the new currency issue and '0 for the gold issue, Imt few could be found. Ten thousand dollars 01 the latter was bought st 60, and :''. was offered for $40Co of the former. Railway shares sre dull Mississippi and Tennessee stock: ould find s purchaser at If. but not above that figure. Sellers are numerous at 2 Memt.his and Charleston railway shares are quiet at 3tx37 buying and selling, with none offering and apparently no demand. Mississippi and Tennessee first mortgage are quoted at 82S4 buying and selling, and seconds 72(9,74. Memphis and Charleston first mortgages are bought at 84 and sold at 80c, and seconds at 78()0. Memphis and Little Rock railroad 8 per cents are 7274c buying and selling. Mis¬ sissippi State warrants are dull and nomi¬ nal at 60$G5, with but little inquiry and very few in the market. Shelby county bonds are in demand at 55; sold at 56, wih none offering. Mobile and Onio railroad first mortgage bonds are bonght at S7 and sold at 8j; second do at Oi(oH. Mississip¬ pi Central hrat mortgages are K2(!u buy¬ ing and selling, and seemds at 7375 Memphis and Ohio railroad shares are bought at ItiJa and sold at 20. STOCKS AND BONDS IN NBW YORK. New York, Juue L 10:4 a.m. Gov¬ ernments dull, but stead v In tone. Ster r cent, paid Mai and ters clock Bec- ojVi ellows Hall, corne K(mo ixiun.-nuiu LrfMge. no. 1, 1'Atu of .labekah meeu on the tourih T day night of each month, at 7 o' S. M. Korwovd, N. U ; Thomas Bacon retary. OAYO80 Ekcampment. No. S meets on the Beat and third Thursday nights of each month. Hi "s o'clock. J. K. Russell, C. P.; IL M. Carroil, H, P.; nomas Bacon. Scribe. IE. No. o meets every TLoadsy 1 'clock. A. W. Jones. N. O. : J U J.W. Waynesburg, Bec'y. e-B. Bingham, at O.; W. G i.i Bhipway, Secretary. poe. No. S meets every Mon- : 8 o'clock. John Uordon, N. Bingham, V, U.; Thus. Bacon, M EMf'Kid uighi. t W. He'i' Boyitot CHICK ASA day nig O.; The Hecretar a. l. ;i . aon, T.-e4 tftoBULLEK maadav. cV; Jos. 1 Mo. &.-MeeU month, at a. ; John Link- wood, Assistant Lary ; John Bur¬ ling steady at Ho, lor carrying gold. Gold 111 Bonds of 1S81 117 5-20 Bonds of 1862 lll? 5-JO Bf.nds of 1864 Ill", 5 20 Bonds ol 1866 LUX 5-20 Bonds of 186 i, new 113X 3-20 Bonds of 1867, new 114 5-20 Bonds of lc6, new 114 10-40 Bonds, 109X Pacific Sixes 115i Tennessee bonds, old 71 Tennessee bonds, new 71 Vi New York, June 1, 2:25 p.m. Gov¬ ernments a fraction better, with medium domand. Sterling .steady at 110. One per cent is paid for carrying gold. Money is unchanged. Gold las Bonds of 1881 117! 20 Bonds of 1662 IUH 5-20 Bonds of 1864 Ill, 5 20 Bonds of I860 111 5 23 Bonds of 1865, new 114 5-20 Bonds of 1867, new 114 5-20 Bonds of 1868, new 114 10 40 Bonds 110 Pacific Sixes 115 Tennessee bonds, old 70 Tennessee bonds, new 70 RAILROAD SHARES IN NEW YORK. Nbw York, June 1, 1:45 p.m. The list at this Board was especially dull, snd on some descriptions somewhat " bearish," although no decided impression was made in prices. Canton 83 Western Union Telegraph Co 57 yuickMiver 13 Pacific Mall 46 Adams Express 81 Wells, Fargo x Co's Express 46 American Express 66 United States Express 64 t 3 29 117 124 113 New Y'ork Scrip Erie X1VU ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS. i AH!AlSJ tneDiT'd J the nr v ar month. J- . A. ; F. 1 U t Ichb r MEMPHIS ! Ha,.. " C -J. lux- Wm. J.P.Bhide, I LEA IT HE O' Hal!. J? Cot Monday e' IJAViA, N. Bren. Beer OMOORSIA ! the Druid Tuesday t un.K. w. a ...121 '.AO. D. -Meets at ilhConrt street, on a evenings in each .N . J. Beebler, - Becretary; John leeta at the Druid uach month. A. F. 1'. Raster, V. A.; M. n Cohen, Treasurer. ER, Mo. 1.- Meets at second and nanu L'h month. J.lieeh- . Secretary. Michigan Central Michigan Southern Illinois Central Cleveland and Pittsburg Chicago and Northwestern .. Chicago and Northwestern, preferred 98 itooit island Vll St. Paul 62 at. Paul, preferred 81 O. at M. certiiicateB 46 STOCKS AND BONDS IN LONDON. I..IVDOV. Juno 1, 11:45 a.m. -Market firm. Consols " 7-16(,93 916 In the most flattering terms of the t hen growing crop; then saying, we are still without one complaint detrimental to the cotton crop planted. This spring the crop was full two weeks later la planting, owing to wet weather; and until the past two weeks, tbe planting bad to struggle through hard baited ground, the wet cold weather causing much to die and much replanting necessitated. While the past two weeks weather has been favorable, and done much toward reviving the plant, it is not what it should be at this season. From what we hare seen ourselves, we must say that tbe condition of the crop lacks fully 10 pet cent, or a parity with last season, at this date." cotton 8tatkme vt. Chamber of Commerce, ) Mbmphis, June 1. 1871. j Stock, September 1, 1870... 4,280 Rec'd since last statement 234 Received previously 492,191492,326 496,605 Shipped since last st'menl 317 Shipped previously .4122190,439 Stock at noon to-day 6186 fsporfA. Memphis and Charleston railroad 18 Mississippi and Tennessee railroad.... 22 Memphis and Ohio railroad 13 Steamers 131 Estimated per wagons 50 iurporfs. Memphis and Charleston railroad 305 Memphis and Ohio railroad 12 OOTTOW IN NEW YORK. New York, June 1, 10 a.m. Cotton opened firm. Ordinary, 13c: Good Or¬ dinary, 15c; Low Middling, 17c; Mid¬ dling, 17c; Good Middling, 18c. 11 a in. Cotton luiot. but iirui; prices unchanged 12 m. Cotton market easier. Oral nary, 13c ; Good Ordinary, 15c : Low Middling, loVc; Middling, I7-4C; uooa Middling, loc. Sales, epinners, 0 balw futures, 4000. June, I6!.yj,li-.(j,16" July, 17(17'.;17c; August, 171 (17c. 1 p.m. Cotton held at present ouota- tiona, with buyers 'c under, sales 111 tures. -.200 bales. October. 15c. 2 p.m. C otton hrmer. r utures J una, 16 c: July, 17c; August, 17o. sales, 65u0 bales. 4 p.m. Cotton iosed firm. Ordinary 13 -.c. Good Ordiuary. lo .c; Low Mid dling, 17c; Middling, 17 c; Good Mid ding, lS;c. Sales to spinners, 864 balett speculation, 161; export, 29; traasit 109a: contracts, 11,100. June, 16'4t" -'nly and August, 1, c; September, 16' (31,0 .c, COTTON IN NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans. June 1, 11:30 a.m. Cot¬ ton quiet, but firm. Middlings, 16(o loc: sales, boo bales. l-Aa p.m.' cotton quiet, but llrm. Mid¬ dlings, 1616c. Sales, 4200 bales. COTTON IN LIVERPOOL. Liverpool, June 1, 11 a.m. Cotton 9trong; Uplands, fully i'd; Orleai.s 8 l-16d. :45 p.m. Cotton firm; sales estimated at lb.OOO bales, of which 6900 were for peculation and export; prices un¬ changed. p.m. cotton s'.eadv; Middling c p Isnds, 7d; Middling Orleans, 88:,d sales, ls.oou bales export and speculation 6000. COTTON CROPS. The Savannah Republican ol a recent date, in commenting upon the prospects of the growing crop, says: " In Cieorgia we sre convinced that a less area is planted in cotton than was in 1870, especially in the southern snd middle portions of the State, which are most productive of the staple. In the northern section quite as much has been put in as in la.o, though everywhere the plant is backward in its growth and sickly in appearance. The re¬ cent cold and wet weather has either killed outright or seriously damaged the rop, and we nave no thought cl its reaching that of last year by at least fourth or fifth Everywhere an increased breadth has been planted iu grain, and, wiih anything like lair seasons, the pro¬ duction of breadstuff-! will te abundan'. In Cherokee, Georgia, where the wheat crop promised well a lew weeks ago, it ht s been almost entirely destroyed on all the low and level lauds by the rust, and we have no thought that over half a crop will te made in that section, in Itnnt-ssee. ortn Alabama and Morth Mississippi, the reduction of cotton is even greater than in Georgia. It is a rare thing to see cotton field on the line ot the Memphis and Charleston road, while last year nearly tbe whole oi that spiendid coun try was devoted to the staple. Corn now prevails ev rywnere, and the crop bids fair to be most abundant. Throughout all that section the crops are in a bad condi¬ tion as to culture. The entire spring has been so wet that the greatest difficulty has teen experienced in ootn planting and working, and the rains still continued. In the Mississippi Valley, on the Arkansas and ited rivers, tr,e same uniavorsblecon dition of things exists.if not to a worse ex¬ tent. We hoard nowhere a higher est! mate of the crop of the present year than 000, oiA) 01 i-iies, and our own obstrva tiOLg do not justify us in putting it be- oud lhat figure. One adjuioai lact is worthy of notice, commercial fertilizsrs have been sparingly used the present soa- son Throughout the South. This, of itself, would etlect a material reduction ot the rop, even were the same breadth of land cultivation. 1 pjn a survey or the whole field, so far as we have been able to compass it, we are convinced of two things, viz: that the crop 01 cotton will fail far short of that of last year, and the crop of corn be amongst the largest ever raist'i in ine cotton states. O0NOH0 & BULKLEY, LaMid and Emigration Agency Bawoved to elegant quarter in the baseman t Insurance Building, 39 Madison St., And cordis Uy invite the public to an Inspec¬ tion of ihelrOOce and Salesroom. Ti addition to te Real Estate of i ota, Farms and Lu.tcprovea i.siji toeir Salesrooms. They ,,.-iw contro. and lave lor sale, over lOOu city tcu suburban lots, and uear:v S.OOu.OjO screw of lands la Tennessee, Alabama, MiasMslpp- abd a.)kaiisaa. ar Loropeau Exchange and Through Pas¬ sage Tickets to and from a:i European ports and Memphis. UJNOHO A flCLKLEY. mjiS M Madison street. LUMBER YARD & SAW -MILL K are now maaniaeturing and are pr?- nsrrifl to lurulsh in any enautltv. Balldlug and fencing Lumber at rroiu ! toSMptr thousand. Shingles tooth siwtu Lulu maue) ai -rum - o i j pei our stoca or lmw, uur- nllin Celllaw Doors. Hash. Irmldlnes. Iry and Dressed Lumber. Is complete, which we are nailing at the low¬ est pUSrir-.t: pr:ces urvan i , ,ut wu.. v : j tilled wiib dispatch. iTt J. W. COCHRAN, myKdAw foot of Washington t . near river. PLOWS 1 PLOWS!! PLOWS 111 The celebrated Brown, Manly A Co. Doabie- -bovel Flow, weighing on.y H lbs. Hatisfac- -e-i or tne monev lemuur- law gun: ieorge row. Mert f4o. i Howard's anied i HINSON Sl MAYES, DENTISTS, 233 eAIN STREET. Ati siveu iree. ah from one to ' ol decay, and iial operations I c V, , my 17 u WOTiCE TO SHIPPERS. jNTlL further notice, the lndep3ndet.t pst-a- get and I J I'D 00 of 6-20 Bonds of ltt 1S)H-I0(a.y0 11- 6-20 Bonds of 187 90 Slyo Krie - i . S P.m. Market steady. Bank of Ku- gland rates unchanged. Consols 93 o-16S93 7 1 6-'JO Bonds of 9UH(aW 6-20 Bonds of 1867 92tfS925 Krie 22-l, THR NRW LOAN. The Bulletin of the atth ult. says: "The new loan makes slow progress, one of the city banks toted to-day to take f loo - o00, which will make the aggregate thus far worked off a little less than $66,00,000. The proposition mado by Mr. .lay Cooke, who represents both hlmsell and the bank- err in the matter, to lake all that remains untaken of the tJoO,000,ooo five per cents ia still before the Secretary. The condi¬ tions on which the proposition is made, it is not believed will be accepted by the Treasury ." 8BCRRTARY ROC'TWELL'S POLICY. A Washington telegram of the -Kith ult. says: "The opinion of those in financial circles is that Secretary Boutwell contem¬ plates making a coup d'etat in the money market next week or before. It is under¬ stood that he intends to redeem ail i-20s of 1861, ot which there is about $45,000,000 outstanding, and thus create a market for the new five per cents. It is believed that this kind of policy on the part of the Sec¬ retary will bring the new bonds into great demand.'' ARKANSAS BO 31 US. Regarding the bonds issued by the State of Arkansas to different railroads and the amounts thereof, the Stockholder of the 2th ult. say : "The total debt of tbe State's credit to railway companies is $10,000,000. Of this sum bonds to the amount of &i,lo0,000 have ten Issued, as follows : Memphis and Little Rock $1,060,000 Little Rock and Fort Smith 900,000 Luttie Koex, fine B.urt and nw Orleans 750.000 Mississippi. Ouachita and Red river 450,000 These are the only roads entitled, under the law, to receive State bonds. Tbe State Londs can be issued to the railways only as sections theraila." oi ten miles aie prepared tor ivmad freight, per y lbs Dry i-a-relt Whisky - Corn, per sack Hav Ptr bale HoraeViuules and cattle, per head "STbYll lading slmed .tor 1 insr. t ou. mj V t MeaajN-t uffl. TK; Uoldstoue, i af Taonesae Lean adjud: i-etltlon by apJ M1LLKK, AgeUL NOTICE. i Tennessee. ( lvtn day oi April. by gives notice of assiguee oi l t. htloy county, Blair 1 1)11 riot, who has uptupon bis own profi eflec! they STOCKHOLDERS' MfcETING ornti krckbtart Miesiasip-i Kivbr) tuvitsoiu coauFAirr, Memphit, lenc, -lay s, lsTL 1 VTOT1CK I heietiy given (hat a meeting oi I the btocaholders oi the Mississippi K ver Railway Company is called to aasembie at th County Ooort-room, on TJnlon street, Memphis, Tenu., on the second Tuesasy , Oelng the tilth day o Juue, VTi, to elect nine Directors lor said Company, to serve for one year irom the ninth day of July next, and uutil abelr auocessor are elected and quail- myu -erery. COTTON. Tbe market opened firm, with a light demand and a Binall amount ol desirable ottered for sale. Factors were somewhat diaturbed during the middle of the day by a ueciiue ui rsww- " York and were easier in their prices, as will be seen by tbe variation in the sales below, but were again iiade happy by a reaction in New York and an advance in prions to the opening rates, which was c-ostly followed even on small lots. Buy¬ ers generally have about completed their unlimited orders, and are now working ....v.!. ham thv ran iret in St a The decline in New York and its here gave them some hopes, but were quickly dashed to tbe ground as prices dashed up again both there and here. Sales reported were 600, including a list of Zi& bales Good Ordinary bought late yester¬ day at i6o. We also note 26 Middling, lb . 1 do, i7-e: & do, t-,c; 6 Low Middling, 16c; 12 do, 16Vic; 2 Strict Mid¬ dling. 17kc; 4 Oood Ordinary, 15c; 7 Re¬ packed. -Hftli.-; 6 Stained, 15c; 60 Strict Ordinary, ISHc; 37 Low Ordinary, 12c; 69 Strict Oood do, 15Hc; 4 Oood Or¬ dinary Stained, and numerous smaller lots. Receipts were 284, shipments S17, sad stock 61-0. The Liverpool market opened strong at 7X18 1-I8d for Uplands and Orleans, and closed steady. New Or¬ leans opened and closed quiet but hrm. Middling. 16H&16XC Messrs. Gates dt Wood, broker- ot this city, in their circu¬ lar Issued to-dsy, referring to the acreage and crop prospscts, state as follow: "As staled in our last, we cannot concede for this region a falling off irom last year of exceeding five per cent. The con¬ dition of the crop, however, will not com¬ pare favorably with last year Up to our j Une 3d report, last jssr, we bad spoken TRADE, 1 n all its l-rauchee , was belter to-day, and is fair to be more active during the rj- maioder of the week. The receipts of produce, though not large, were ainply sutttcieut to meet the demand. Transac- t ionH.as well as the attendance on 'Change, were small, an i sales confined wholly to grain, for whicn there was apparently an active demand, especially for corn ; sales of which were 300 sacks mixed at 7:v, 156 do at Us. 193 do white in new gunnies at 72Hc, 116 do 73)4974c. Oats were easy.but prices were maintained. Sales were 25 and 91 sacks mixed st 64c. 11 ay is in fair supply, and prices, though not quotably higher, are well maintained. Sales re¬ ported were 26 bales choice at 921. Bran is held firmly, and receipts light. Sales on 'Change 100 sacks at 26 50. .Provisions sre decidedly dull, and prices tending downward. Mess pork was quoted to day at 17 in lots; bacon clear-sides at ; lyso and shoulders at 7c. Lard is dull, prices sympathizing fully with meats. Butter is quiet and receipts light. The market is fully supplied, however, and no advance is anticipated Beans are dull and a shade easier. Bagging is dull and nominal. Cornmeal is steady at f3 26, at which price sales of 25, 30 and 20 barrels are reported . Ezgs are a shade firmer, and receipts light ; 13c was refused to-day for a lot of 600 dozen fresh. Green apples are in light supply snd unchanged iu price. Old do. are scarce, and prices nominally at 7 25 7 60. Oranges are firm at f78. Flour is steady and unchanged. Receipts were moderate and are about equal to the de¬ mand. Live stock is quiet at our quota¬ tions below. Poultry is in good demand and moderate supply. Oid chickens range from fi(gs by the coop, and young f2 75 4 60, New potatoes are coming in slowly, and are worth $3 from wagon. Sales to¬ day were 20, 40 and 30 barrels at $3, and b at $3 50. Shipments North continue large. Old am dull at 2 50ra2 60. Cabbage are quiet at $20($24, according to quality. Sugars, molasses and other groceries are steady, nut unchanged. A Lit and Brrr Ale, 1010 50 per half barrel. Porter, fll. Lager, per keg, $5 00 Ale, per dozen, $2 763 for quarts; ?1 70 (aU 75 for pints. Porter, do, Guinness' Youug's Scotch ale, in pints, $2 26 per dosen. Bcttrr Is dull snd unchanged. Choice new is quoted at Me, while good can be found at 16(il8c. Brans Dull. White mixed, fl : (, 1 60; navy, $1 752 per bushel. Baooimo and Tics-Dull; Kentucky and flax bagging, 20ti23c, as to quality. Iron ties, 56o. Bcildjkrs' Materials Louisville ce¬ ment, per bbl, f2 75 ; Rosendale cement, f44 25; plaster paris,! 25$4 60; Grlder ft Go's Alabama lima, 1 701 80; hair, in bales, 2 50(0,2 76; tire brick, per 100, $4 60 (jtfi 00; common brick, lo12 per 1000, delivered. Brooks $2 258 per dozen. Co rmmeal Steady at i 303 35 from store, f3 40(3,3 45 from mills, and ft 25 from the v.... . Candies Stick, l5-g,i9c; plain fancy, 2 25c. Cottonsked Cottonseed, on levee, J9 per ton, buyer furnishing sacks. Cbsesr Dull at Wu,Vm. Candles Star, 11 oz, HXe; 12 oz. 12)4c; full weight, 18c Coffre Uuiet; Rio, common to choice, 15618c; Java, 2628c; Laguyra, lTQ-Oc. Canned Goods Condensed milk, 1 14(g; 1- ui nor iui. Cove ovsters. 1 lb. 11 92 2 50 per doz. Peaches, 2 4o(g,2 5o. Pears, 3 35. Tomatoes, 1 9(.i2 00. Cherries, $3m3 15. Pineapples, :i i53 50. Brandy oherrtes, $4 75(a5 60. Pickles, half gallon, per doz, $5 00 ; quarts, 9-i '&g,A 50; pints, 2 25. Tomato catsup, f 1 201 26. Pep- persauce, MM t- i,, i , s Are uouoitfc . ..y . v-..r-Kaaier: choice white corn is held at 724Tfcc on the levoe.and 7474 c trom store. Oats ia batter supply, at ooioc from store. Bran, 1 XH " Pr iw tos. Hay quiet, at SI 151 20 per 100 pounds, as to quality. Straw, 8 m ntrjiT Apples arm oo, and 1 60 per bushel for new green. Dried apples, 67c; Gooseberries, f(g,. per bushel. Oranges firm at ' 009 00 per box. Lemons, $6 TfKgl? 60 per box. Flo, b Firm. Low, S6 506 75; Super, 6 50; extra, H 75; double extra, 7 26; t reble extra, 7 60(i7 76 ; fsncy, 8 61 ; rye flour, S ?57 per barrel. Fish Sardines, 420 00 for quarters, and f8687 for halves. White flab, fs per half bbl. Roe herring, per half bbl.poj, 60. Mackerel, per half jbl. Ho, 1, til 76&12; No. 2, 7 75Q8 00 ; No. 1 kits, $2 30X3,2 75; No. 2, tl 75 ; No. 3, fl 4591 60. Gunnies 15 cents for good seconds Burlaps, 1213c. Hides. Furs and Tailow Hides snd furs are steady. Dry flint, 18c; dry salt, 14015c; green, 7i7ic; green salt, 8g9c. Tallow, t9c. Deer skins, 1920c; beaver, m (q,l 50 each : otter, 1104 each ; mint, 40o(g)l; fox, 30c; coon, 12,g30c; sheep skins, 251 60. Hominy Demand light; S4 7606 00 per barrel. Live Stock Beef cattle, 1st quality fat, well formed steers (corn-led) weighing from 1000 to 1300 pounds, gross 6i$7c; 2d quadty .rough fat oxen andcowu,4X6Xc; grass-fed, Texas csttle, with a large supply of very ordinary Texas cat¬ tle in market, we quote them dull, with sales of small lots to feeders at $15(5,18 per head. Sheep is in large supply and lower. selling at 5h6c for best grades mutton sheep, and fl 603 for common. Spring ,ambs are scarce, and firm at turn 60 as to quality. Hogs are dull at 5(u-o;c gross, with demands for small weights only. Cows and calves, f 25040, as to quality and condition. Leather Hemlock sole, 33036c; oak sole, 38040c; saddle, 40043c; bridles, $48 009 pej dozen ; uppers, 36048c ; calfskins, American, per dozen. jaoto4e. Molasses Firm. Common to choice Louisiana. 50075c ; syrups, 70090c; aor ghum, 40g45c. Nails Firm, at $4 7604 85 rates. Naval .Storks Tar, in kegs,rate00 for Dine : in 40 gallon barrels, aB(a10. fitch 86 per barrel. Oakum. $5(316 per bale. Oils Coal oil. 27(&28c per gallon; lln seed, raw, fl 0701 10; Unseed, boiled, fl 12 (oil 15: lard. $1 15; train. $1 12!ffll 26. Poultry Quiet at 4 50fo5 50 for old chickens, and 2 7Mo lor young. Provisions Dull and unchanged. Mess pork ?17 25 17 50. Bacon clear sides, 9J 0i-Jic; clear rib sides, 9-s09c; shoulders, ")4S'-; sugar cured hams, 1401bc ; breakfast ba.;u. i au4o; country hams llr12;c: bulk meats nominal. Lard dull, keg, 12012Jic; tierce, ll;-4011c; caddies, 14a14Me. Produce Ouiet. Old peachblow po¬ tatoes are dull at $2 75(0,2 90, and new in good supply at f.1 6004 00. Swe6t pota¬ toes, $4 per bbl, and dull. Cabbage scarce, and nrm at l-UW-B per ioo, as to quality New onions firm at fo 7506 00. Green peas, $1 50 per bushel ; stock peas, f 1 500 1 IX. Powder Mining, per keg, f4 50; rifle, $6 50. Rich South Carolina, lO01Ojc; Lou isiaca, 809c. Starch 5(i6c nor pound. Soap German mottled, 7&73-e; yel¬ low, sfWMo, Shot Ranges from f 2 36 to f 2 60 per sacg. Scoars Steady. Louisiana open kettle choice, 12Jj'c; yellow clarified, 12i12?ic; white clarified, 13V Refined, crushed jx w- dered and granulated, 14)014c. Coffee A. 13.'-c: B. m.o: C.ISc; extra do. 13'ic, Salt 280 pound barrels, $2 2502 35; dairy, $3 3u(3 30; sack, 1 1 75 lor coarse and $2 tor hne. Spirits Highwines, 90c; old Crown anchor whisky, ,0c; old Magnolia do, 80c; old Tennessee white do, f 1 ; old Bourbon do, fl 10; Tuscarora Bourbon, do, $1 25; Glen Albm-do, fl :; mndes-do, $l 75 Ford s do, $2 75; apple brandy, S2 peach do, f3; New York do. F-F fl 35 Otard, Dupuy A Co, 1860, do, $7 00; Swan gin, fl 25j-Fish Imported do, fl 50; old port wine.TJl 25(y,4jU0; sherry do, 11 oK; sparkling catawba pints, $16; quarts, $14; claret, per case, f4; Home bitters, per case, $70 ; Our Own Southern do, per case, fi(8; Plantation do, per case, 99 od; Hostotter's do. per case, $9; Benedictine, 118 per dosen. inkoar ( ommon and pickling, fm $10 per barrel. BAOOINO. Regarding bagging yesterday's Louis¬ ville ledger quotes tiiat market as follows: 1 he demand tor bagging is only mode¬ rately active, but prices are fully main¬ tained, and manufacturers, while meeting the requirements of the trade promptly at (notations, are not niaging concessions or pressing their stocks upon the marget. Manufacturers are still actively engaged. and there is ample ability to meet the wants of regular dealers and speculators. We quote full weight hemp and flax bag- King at 2ut21c per vard. in round lots. cash. LE6AL NOTICES Governor's Proclamation. D. W. C. Bentkr, Governor of State of Ten¬ nessee, to all who shall see the presents Greeting: WSfEKSAS, It has been made known to me. that certain parties In disguise, charged with having commute! a foul and atrocious murder, on the 23d day of April. isi, upon tne oodles or Jake Turner and Henry Gardner (colored), late of our county of Weakley, have tied from Justice, and are now running ai large: Now therefore, 1, D. W. C. Best as. Gov eruor as aroresaia. ny .oe of the nnanr and authority in me ves ed.do hereby ofler a r-waru oi isouui nve nunareo uoiiars each, upon conviction, to any person or persons who may a-nrebend the ssid nartlea. or either ol them, and deliver him or them to the sherin or Jailer ol our county of Weak ley, in order that mslice in that behalf may be had and executed. In testimony whereof, I have here¬ unto set my hand and caused the H-al, great seal of the Htate to oe affixed. at Nashville, on the 10th day o: May, usl By the Governor: D. W. C. 8ENTEK. T. H. BuTUB, Secretary of State. my U NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS. ATTO&NEYS-AT-LAW. CREDITORS' NOT'CE. No. 106, R. D. Second Chancery Court of Shelby county. Thos. Q. Gay lord et al. va, Wm. Park et al. TN pursuance to an order made by the -w:- 1 ond ChaDcery Court o:' Shelby county in this cause, on the 12th day ol April, 1371, no¬ tice Is hereby given to all creditor and others interested in the estate of Daniel Hughes, decease!, to file their claims with the Clerk and Master of this Court, and have themselves made parties to this suit within three months from this date, or the same will be forever oarred; and that a copy of his oruer re pumisnea once a wees, tor :our consecutive weoxs, iu the Memphis Appeal This May 5, 1871. M. JJ. L. STEWART, C. and M John G. Flnnle, HoL for compl'ta. Jtty6 Insolvent and Non-Resident Notice. No. 291, S. In the Klrst chancery Court oi Bhelby county. Tennessee. John C Saint vs. William Brown et al. IT appearing from amaavlt iu this cause X th -t the defendants, BobertKouTorian and Frith Baugh dt Co., are non-residents of the State of Tennasse; Also, that the name and residences of the creditor of the estate of J. M. Saint, dee'd, the insolvency ol which has Deen suggested, are unknown : ft la therefore ordered. That said non-resi¬ dents and creditor make their appearance herein, al the court-house In the city of Mem phis, Tenn., on or before the first Monday in June, 1971, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken lor couiessea as to them, anc uie cause set tor hesrlEE: also. thnl said creditors tile and es¬ tablish their claim against said estate, or the same Will be barred, and the cause pro¬ ceeded with exparte ; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four suc¬ cessive weekB, iu the Memphis Appeal. A copy -attest: EUMUND A. CuLE. Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black, beputy C. and M. C W. t'iBser. Sol. for cotuui t. myS Attachment Notice. No. KM A.L 111 the Klrst Clrcnlt Court o.'suel- by County, Tennessee. w. P. Brooks Jc Co., vs. Henry Howard aud J. K Cowan. ise an attachment having been under section S4 C of the i Die.. and returned into court, levied upon the per¬ sonal proper'y of defend-nts, aud adidavit having bee:, uia-1.- that thedeiendants ire in¬ debted to plalntitl In the sum ofjtaoy by ac¬ count, and thtt the defendants are uoa-resl- dents of the -tste o: Tennessee. Itlstheretoreordered, That liiey make their personal appearance herein, before the Judge of the First Clrcnlt Court of Shelby County, (at the Court-house in the city ot Memphis, on the third Monday in September next and defend said at¬ tachment suit within the time pre¬ scribed by law, or the same will be proceeded with exparte, and that a copy of this order be published once a week for four cenaecutlve weeks in the Memphis Appeal. uoneatomce, mia ustnaay ot .May, urn. FKAMC TAFT, Clerk. By B. F cole v .v, Deputy Clerk. Scales A Meriweather, Ally's lor Flff. tu IN thl sued BANKRUPT SALE. in tbe District C'curt ot the United States for the District of west Tennessee. In the matter ol Hesse, Levy Co., Bankrupts in B?nxrupicy. LiY virtue of an order made by said Dis- U trict Court on the J"tu day of May. is: n the matter of ssid LanStUDts. I will Dro- ceed to sell, at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder, on Tuesday, ihe 20th Day of June, 1871, at suction house of A. E. Frankland, No. 1-0 and lb. Main street, in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, between the hours of ID a.m. and 1 p.m., commtucing al o clock : lertu.u undivided interest ol sau'. hang- ipts in and to certain lots of land in Shelby unty. Tennessee, nesr the city ot Mem- tils, beginning at a stake on Monroe street (tended, -jci, S leet east of the intersection of sail s reet wuh the west llneof a lot sold by Wm English to D. W. Shanks, running - te t to a atas and rucu.ng SLUth airigm angles wita .Monroe street, ottween parallel lines, lj feet to an alley. Also, at the same time and place, the book debts, cboses in action, etc., as per schedule ol said oaiis-rut'ts. Euatua wt.ii.KK. Assiznee. A. E. K RANK LAND. Auctioneer, l and 187 Main street. mil Non-Resident Notice, No. 27. In the Second Chancery Court of aneioy county, tencessee. rtuei tiougti, vs. James B. Bingham, James M. Tomeny, J . at. currie, ueoige u. uougn. J. s. Bing¬ ham, jr.. W. A. Mc - and F. S. Davis. T aprvearing from the bill which is sworn to in. thl- cause thai the defeadaat. James M. Tomeny, is a resident of the State of Mew York, and that tbedefendant J. M. Currie la a t j:unt o: .New Orleans. Louislauu. and t'aat the defendant, George G. Hough. Is a resident tosi'n. MassacausfeiLS, ana mat iney ar1 a I no-rtsldent oi the -State of Tennessee. It is therelore ordered by the Cierk an 1 Master. Ttiat they make their appearance herein, :it the Court-house of the Second Chancery ourt, in the city of Memphis, Tenu., ou or colore the first Monday in July, 1S71, and plead, auswer or demur to complain- w on i, or me same win oe taxen tor con¬ fessed us to them, and set for hearing ex- parie. suo tnai a copy or tnis oruer De puu- hslied once a week, for four successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. This May BBS, 1571. M. 1). L STEWAKT, Clerk and Master. Drtito. Mallsrt, UeputvC. A. M. T. S. Ayres, Sol. for Compi'U Jel Attachment Notice. No. lit), O. D. In the Second Circuit Court of enemy county, leunessee. J. M. Bradford, Trustee of W. B. Johnson dt Bon, vs. W. H. Walker. IN this cause an attachment having been sued out, under section iU&S of 1 1 e Code, aud returned into Couit, levied npon the property of defendant, and affidavit hav- .Dk been made that the defendant. W. H. Walker. 1 Indebted to plaintiff in the sum of 1764 45 by account, and that tbe defendant, W. H. Walker, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee: It is therefore ordered. That he make hi personal appearance herein, before the Judge of the Second Circuit court of Shelby County, on the third Monday In September next, and delend said attachment '.ult within tbe time prescribed by law. or the same will be Dro- ceeded with exuart e, and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for lour con¬ secutive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal. iwhb ai omce, inxs am uay oi aav, its. l P. D. BOYLE. Clerk. By W. Lewis Whartom, Deputy Clerk. Logwood dt M icon, Att'y for Plt'fla. my 111 PROBATE COURi SALE Of REAL ESTATE. No. 465 Petition to sell land to pay debts. -joon r. smiiu, executor or jonu l. Kooin son, deceased, vs. John L. Irvln and wife Mo. 15. R. u. In tne flBond Chancery Conn ornei'-y coun Ly, Tennessee. K. B. Keen vs. M. M. Hogers et si. TT appearing Irom cross bill of M. If. ngsi a in wis cause, uu.y swe-ru ui, mat tne de¬ fendant, Ellca Denny, Marian Shell and Wife, rrancu sneu, wnson Lloyd and Eliza- beth Lloyd, are non-residents of the State ot It ts therefore ordered. That they make tbeir appearance herein, at t he court-noose of the e:ond Chancery Court of Shelby County, In the city of Memphis, Tsn.u., ou or before the first Monday In July, 1X71, and plead, unswer or osasa. lo ssM aw M . il L -Vi. Kosyssa. ot tksssme will be taken for confessed a to .them, and set for Iiearing exparte, and that a copy of this order be published once a week tor four successive weeks in the Memphis Ari'uu xnis May , isii. A copy attest : M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. By C. Belches. Deputy C. and M. Duval ; gwpjs, Sols, tor comp't, myj N on-Resident Notice. No. 2715, N. R. In the First Chancery Court ol Shelby County, Tennessee. James R, Christian et al. vs. Tbe Tennessee state Mutual and i ire insurance Company et al. IT appearing irom Sheriff" return, etc., In this cause that the following named de¬ fendant are not to be round in Shelby e unty, via: G. H. Becker, John Dunn, a. Cinderella, S. Anion!, John Dooner, achiee- ciier wemcne, James Lottas, Geo. W.Cone, J. K fWlftshy Mm H CrAfkA. f JF E--ons- MlchaeT McMahon -and John Knightly, and upon whom personal process cannot be serveu: It is thereforeordered, That they make their appearance herein, at tne court-house in the city of Memphis, TenueMaee, on or before the nrst KOB-wy in June. !S7i. and ulead. an. awer or demur to complainant's bill, and the cross bill of defendants, W.J. Wood and wife, filed herein, or the same will be taken for conlessed as to them, and tbe same set lor nearu exparte; and that a copy of this order be puolished once a week, for four successive weeks. In tbe Memphis A copy attest : EDMUND A. COL.fi, Clerk and Master. 3y U. J. Black, D. c. a m. J. E Temple, and Eilgington k Uaisey, Sola torcompi ls. uiyif Non-Resident Notice. In the second Chancery Court of County, Tenneasae John U Mor- I others vs. Wm Utieyetal. aring from the bill, which Is sworn this cause, that the defendants, HcLean ad ieuny McLean are clt- Mlssoari.aud that Mosau McLean. Irauford, Alfred R. Brans-ford, Sam- merrlekl W. Bransfordand Bransford are citizens or lex is, and that they are all non-resmenis o- iiieais:., o- l enuessee: It is theretore ordered, by the Clerk and Master, That, they make their appearance nerein. at uie. ourt-uouse o the second chancery Court, in the city of Mem¬ phis, Tennessee, on or before the first LOGWOOD & MJCOU, Attorneys at Law and Solicitors in Chancery. OmcR-Rooa IS, Lee B-ock. IS Cnioa ccrsss. L. H. ESTES, JR., -B-ttorxioy a.t Law, WO. 15 UNION STREET, MBMPHIS, TENNESSEE, room iat, imhliyl i.ziug MEDICAL Trustee's Salt, D Y virtue of sdsed of trust ixiialaa 13 me by Charles Thomas and Jane Thomas, on th 15th day of May, 1 07, to se¬ es re the paymttt Of a certain indebted! -as w.i.ch la fully described ana net out in said deed which Is recorded in tbe Reciter's offlea of Shelby county. State of Tennes¬ see, in Book (J, parti, pagei 4US, 4l7 and 4111, I will as Trustee, seil for -ih, to tbe highest bidder. In front of the office of Young. Mai SALES. Chancery Sale ef Real Estate 0N- S-tane No. UK. -in th. SheiDy eonr.ty ter, admiuiatra DY virtue ..; , ajr cause, I will highest bidder, . SSSSI 1 Chancer: MSi i'ennessee. , June iO, I87i, U. KOSKLSV, St. D . Hesidence, cor. Lau- d erdale at. . FHiLijr. at. d , Residence, i7 DeSoto street. Drs. Moseiey & Phillips, OFFICE NO. II WEST COURT 8T MEMPHIS TENN. SarOfllce hours irom 8 am to 8 p.m. jaw THE BRIDAL CHAMBER, Essays for Young Maa Ou Qreat Racial Evil ml Aaaaea, WHICH interfere with MARRIAGE, with hb re means ot relief for the Erring and Unfortunate, diseased and debilitated. Heut in sealed letter envei miB f nf charge. Address HOWARD SANITARY AID ASSOCIATION, ISO. .south Ninth street, mylS Philadelphia Pa WE have tested its virtue, and know that for Dyspepsia. Biliousness ami throb¬ bing Headache, it is the best medicine the world ever saw.-l Edlu.r T Issisah siu Mw. seuger, Macon, Ua. proc eoL' Jel ey only , CARR. Tru'tee. TRUSTEE SALE, B . i Mr,; She Weanesday, the 7th day of Jun 87i. within legal horn real estatn. to-wi! Tbe undivided ie; thenee larked B; north la' west. 7 crasi: 10 chains and 40 Itnki tainliig lie acres. Terms of Sale On six and twelve moci note with security, parcr-ase money Equity of redempC. Thla Mar t. la" l. Chancery Sale ef No. JMo. N R. t No. Shelby gan an TT appe J. to in Mary E. Izens of Mary S. 1 and Monday in July, IS or demur to compl. ame will be taken fo and BSt for hearing ej of this order be pubil four successive wcess peal. This 13th May, I! i. u. L. SttWAK By Ueo. Mallkkv. Deputy C. and M Ueo. W. Winchester, HoL for compl'ta. rnyll su plead, answer its bin, or the .teased as to mem. e, and that a copy once a week 'or the Memphis Ap- ierk and Master. LIVER DISEASE prevail to a greater bly any other niaj always anxiously Liver Is regulated is almost Invari. of actlou In the ache. Const i pa Hon , the Shoulders, Cou Stomach, Bad Taste lous attack. Palpi Depression of the and a hundred othe SIMMONS' LIVER the best remedy lor discovered. It acts and, being asimple pound, can do no less in every way; iu years, and hun and gr eat from all try will vouch ior and INDIGESTION extent than proba- ad. and relief is sought after. If the In It action, health bly secured. Want Liver causes Head- Jaundice. Pain in gk, Dullness, Sour in the Mouth, Bil- tatlon of the Heart, Spirits, or Blues, r symptoms, which REGULATOR is that has ever been mildly, effectually, vegetable com- injury- it l harm- It has been used for dreds of the good parts of the couu- its virtues. saa Isaj ning Ou dred and on the i together proveme tion ot tl years an The pui .6 ;87: ees consists or a go and necessary uut- May Slh, laTl. TRUSTEE SALE. pCRSUANT to a Deed of Trust executed by the 1st day uf June, and registered in'the Register's offlce of Shelby ,Sstv u Book Non-Resident Notice. No. 27a. In the First Chancery Court of Sheiby county, Tennessee T. J. Meglbben vs. T. W. Meglbben et aL T appearing from alBdavit in this cause that the deiendant to the cross-bi 1 of J. v. Mezibt-en. v'z: T J. Me:bv:en. is a non- regident ol the State of Tennessee and a resi¬ dent of the BtSSS of Kentucky, and that he is Indebted to said J. W. Meglbben, by open ac¬ count, in a sum to be ascertaine d by account to be taken by theCIerfc snd Master: it is inereiore ordered, xna he mage his appeal anca herein, at the court-house in -Ea3rTTXja?CF-, TRY IT. Price, Si. By mall, postage paid, tl 26. Manufactured only by J. H. ZEILiN St CO.. Macon, FOB SALK BY ALL tiRPQQIBTS Ua. the cit ity o; I first Monday i or demur to del same wlii be taxi and set for hearin of this order be four successive w peal. A copy attest; EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHxskx, Deputy C. and M. Wescoti dt Stahi. eols. tor compl L my ?jl Non-Resident Notice. In the Probate Court o, Sheioy connty, Ten¬ nessee. J. M. P. Lawn nee anl J. K. Law- ranee vs. L. L. Lawrance. IN this cause it appearing that Laura Law¬ rance is a non resid' ut of the Stale ol Tennessee and a resident of the Slate ol Mis- siss. ppi: it is mereior6 ordered, mat sne mage her appearance herein, at the court-house in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the 5th day of June A. D , 1371, and plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill or the same will be taken lor confessed as to her and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy of this order be published oace a wek, for tour successive weeks, In the Memphis Daily Appeal. A true copy attest' JAMES REILLY, Clerk. By J. H. CnUB-t, D. O. rcy2 Mempi tenn. on or before the and plead, answer cross-bin, or the nitssed s to him e; and I bat a copy 1 once a week, for the Memphis Ap- NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. In the District Court of the United state for ine District of West- Tennessee, la Bank¬ ruptcy.-In the matter of Howell, Wood A Co., Bankrupts. : imiDC ThAmna I I ..... ... C. 1 , Av.u.av. iiuu rGi , cvegis.ei. To the creditors -ft trie ar-.ovi. nnmd bankrupts. Take notice that, a secord eenerai mtetlne of the creditors of said Bankrupts win be UL l.iiO ( 111' O! of Memphis, in said D: or -tune, ltni, at 11 o cl pose named in the 27 1 1 Act of March 2d, 18T7. SAMUEL W. LAMBETH, A-signee. -M mp his. May 26:h, 1871. m-U tee in the I will, on place si W. H.' Martin, decaased, Saturday, the cCth Day of Jun, 1871, iiailer, ia the city , on tne ilea day ,m., for the par- ioa of Kjtukrupt NOTICE. Sell, at the sc Madison stre between the lmd conveye Trust Deid, i Commencing i hundred and I street; fhenn inches 187 ft. t on a line of feet to an all feet six inch enty-flve (75 I ginning point I No X in bio according to t! phU, and bell street extendi from James Valeria M. Lei Ecicity of redemption therefore be absolute. J be good, but I se!l and co described land only as Tr Memphis, April 8, ia7L -F-.-GIVII L First t'asncery :u!sa P. Jaasss Tuesday, June 6, 187 L cayv Trust Sale. Y virtue of a deed of trust executed to me u1 made iu the above cause, at the present nay term. 1.-1. 01 tne rrooate court o Suelby ccunty. lenuessee, I will proceed sell, at public auction, to tbe highest and oest Diader, oeiore tne court-house door, on Union street, iu the city ol Memphis, Tennes¬ see, on Saturday, June 3, 1871, Between the hours ol 10 o'clock a.m. and o'clock p.m., the following described real es tale, to-wtt: All of that lot or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the county o Shelby and Htate ot Tennessee, north ot Chelsea, allowed and decreed bv tbe Chan eery Court ot the city of Memphis to Jchn T llo-.iusou in lue case of John r. Kobinsou vs William K binson et al.. entered on the 12th day of July, l-7, and recorded in the Regis¬ ter s office 01 Shelby county, August 1, 1887, iu oooa o. bi, pages 284, etc., nt t sold and von veyed to other parties by the said John T hobinson before the commencement oi this suit, the property horeby offered for sale be- lrg sooui lour i-ij acres, more or less, and is in tne weaaiey suouivisior, near tne city oi Memphis. Terms or Sale. On a credit of six aud twelve mouths, with Interest, purchaser to execute notes with approved security. tyuuj or redemption oarred. JAMES RE1LLY, Clerk. li. Clay Ring. Attorney. iny8 CORN MEAL. WOOD. MAUDE & CO. 3 rKLEBRATKD KILN DRIED 4 4RN HEAL, WARRANTED to keep sweet. Absolutely full weight SOO Pounds net l each barrel. Receivers and sole agents at Memphis. D. A. CLARKE & CO., ?84 Front Street. NON-RESiOENT NOTICE. No. 2868 N. K. in the Klrst Chancery Court or sui-.uy couii-y, leuuessee. prederics A Myerly vs. B. B. Wa ldeli, et al. T appearing from affidavit In this cause that the defendants. Barney r-.aaau, aiuuxii serry, james tLugau oriugei uaviusou, cnaries oray, -otin Bray Matt ew Bray, Sarah Tomlinsou. T. B. Tom llnsun and William K.iau, aro all non-res. ldents of the State of Tenueasee. and it fur ther appearing from Sheriff's return that said delendsnts canuot he lound. it is thereiore ordered. That thev make their appearance herein, at the court-house in me.city or -lempnis. Tenn.. ou or before the first Monday In July. 1871, and pie d answer or demur to complainant s bill or the same will oe taken .or conieaseu as to them and set for bearing- exnarte: and that copy of thla order be published once a week, ior rour successive weeks, in the Meniph Appeal. A copy Attest : fdlD-tou A. COLE, Clerk and Master. R. J. Blauje. Deputy C. A M. Clapp, Vance dt Anderson, Sols, for com¬ plainant :u.7 SPECIALNOTICE. A PITin i. 4 N DITION. -IT 18 A SAD thing to pas through Uie only half alive el mere are Luousanus vu r e cai:n ua. wu- ltion Is one of lanauor and debility. Ihey compla'uof no specific disease; they suffer no positive pain; out tncy nave no rensn for anything which afford mental or sensu- i,s pleasure to their more rooust ana ener¬ getic fellow-beings. in nine cases out or ten mis state oi lassi¬ tude and torpor arises from a morbid stomach. Indieestion destroys the eneray of both mind anl body When the waste of nature is nol supplied by a due and regular assimilation or the food, every organ Is starved, every function interrupted. Now, what does common sense suggest under these circumstance of depression? Thesyslem needs rousing and strengthening j not merely for an nour or two, to sink after ward into a more pitiable condition than av¬ er (as it assuredly would do if an ordinary a'coholic stimulant were resorted to), but radically and permanently. Howls this desirable object to be accom¬ plished i The answer to this question, found¬ ed on the unvarying experience of a quarter ot a century. Is easily given. Infuse new vigor into the digestive organs by a course of Hostetter's Stomach Bitter. Do not waste I una la administering temporary rem¬ edies, but wake the system up by recuperat¬ ing the fountain-head of physical strength and energy, the great organ upon which all the other organs depend lor their nurture slid SUDDOlt. By the time lhat a doxen doses of the great vegetable ionic and luvigorant have been takeu tne feeble lrame of the dyspeptic will begin to feel It benign Influence. Appetite will he created, and with appetite the capac¬ ity to digest what it craves. Persevere un¬ til the cure is ccrnp.ete until healthful b ood, tit to be the material of flesh and mus¬ cle, bone and nerve, and brain How through the channels ol circulation, instead of tne watery pabulum with which they have here¬ tofore been imperfectly nourished m8u Attachment Notice. In the First Circuit Court ot Shelby county, Tenn. Southworth dt Thayer vs. J. Foster co. IN this cause an attachment having been sued out under section 3466 of the code and returned Into court, levied upon the personal property of defendant, and affidavit having been made that tbe defendant is Indebted to plaintiff in the sum of 872 1 w by account, and that said debt la due and wholly unpaid, and that the defendants are about to remove themselves and property out of the State, or has already done it. or have removed or are removing themselves and property out of the county, privately, or concealing them- se.ves so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on them, or absconded, or aie aosconding or concealing themselves or their properly, or have fraudulently disposed of their property, or about fraudulently dis- oosina ol it. It is therefore ordered , That t hey m ak e their personal appearance herein, oero.ethu Judge oi me first circuit court oi snelDy county at lh. 1 ....... In lha.ll. . V,,.,l, ' on the third Monday in September next, anii defend sal attachment suit within the time prescribed by law. or the same will be pro¬ ceeded with exparte, and that a copy ol this order be published once a week for lour suc¬ cessive weeks in tbe Memphis Appeal. i'ouo at omce una lbtn uay or May. 1871. FKAiNl- TAFT, Clerk. By B. F. COLEMAN. D. C. Jarnlgan t Frayser, Att'ys for pln'ff. my 17 Saratoga Pavilion Spring Water. The most effective remedy for Tyspepsia, Biliousness and diseases of the Kidneys. Sold by Hotels and Druggist. Send for circular to PAVILION Sl U S. SPR-N8 CO. m24 General Depot. H; Cham lie is St., N. Y. DAILY APPEAL Co be had tr FIVE CENTS rER COPY AT JOE LOCK'S, 236 14 Mala Street. WILL HANSFORD'S, ear. stars 4 Seows. EMMONS It SON'S, JsffsrsM, Near Fraat J, 6. ERYCH, 346 Mala Stmt Attachment ftoiice. BEFORE James Hall. Justice of the Peace for Shelby county, Tennessee, at Mem- puis. roister, EealhoferdtCo.tflrm composed of D. B. ForsUr. Charles W. Keaihoferand Thom¬ as Day), vs. Louis Trempe. Attachment having been Issued in the above-entllied cause on the gronnd that the defendant la a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, that he is Indebted to the firm of Forster, kealhofer A Co. in the sum of eighty and fifty-six one hundredth dollars, (fs 5S), due by account, that said account is Just, that the attachment has been returned by the proper officer, levied upon the proper¬ ty oi the defendant; that the said Louis Trempe is hereby notified to appear at my offlce. iu the city of Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee, on Saturday, July 1, 1871, at IU o'clock a.m., and defend this suit, or the same will be proceeded with ex parte. It Is further ordered. That this notice be pub¬ lished In the Memphj Dally Appeal, a news¬ paper published la the city of Memphis, for lour successive weeks. JAMES HALL, my 27 Justice Pesos lor Bhelby county RECEIVER'S SALE. r Y VIRTUE of an order of the Second .--,, rv court ol Shelby County, in the case of iheFlrst National Bank against Hud¬ son and others, and Morse 4 Joscelvn snd otners. appointing the undersigned Receiv- er. I will proceed to sell, on the 20th day of Juue next, at No. 208 Madison street, tbe office furniture, embracing an iron safe, desks, cocks, eto , at public auction to the highest bidder tor oue-third cash in hand, one-third in three months and one-third in six months, taking notes with approved security lor tbe deterred payments. Sale between the hours of 10 and 4 o'clock on said 20th day of June 1871. I believe the title to said property is good, a the sale is to be made by the consent of the parties inter¬ ested. PAUL T. JONES, Receiver, MaawBis, Tmms., May 24, 1871, m& NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 137. In the Second Chancery Court ol bhelby county. Ten i etssee. Mary A. smith, admimsTatrlx of Owen Smith. deceased, vs. Morris English. A. Briscoe and wife, M. P. Briscoe, Thos. Haley and wife, CL Haley, and the unknown heirs of Susan sneniao. deceased. TT appearing from the bill which is sworn A to in this cause lhat the defendants, A. Briscoe and wile, M. P. Briscoe, Thos. Haley and wiie, C. Haley and the unknown heirs of .-tisau Sheridan, deceased, are non-residents ol th'i State of Tennessee. It is therefore ordered, by the Clerk and Master, that they make their appearance herein, at the court-house of the Second Chancery Court ol Shelby county. In the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the nrst Monday in June. 1871. and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taxen for confessed as to them and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy of this uiuoi uc luuiLKtu a wee, :ur lour suc¬ cessive weekt, in the Memphis Appeal. A copy attest, M. D. L.STEWART, Clerk and Master. McDowell A Martin, Sol. for com pi nt. M-riesiuent Notice. No. 810, R D. In the First Chancery Court of SDeit-y connty, Tennessee. aix swift and Sei h Evans, firm Patrick Glynn, Agi IT appear, ng lhat Issued in the abr against the estate o bill of complainants, der oath, alleging tl dent of Omaha Trrri of the State of Tena. debted to compialna $357 00, as evidenced against him in th and by open attachment has bee Ihe property oi dele! McKelli.rett Ifoimei band, Morris McKelligrett., . Swltt ft Co., vs. it attachment was inse. May 4. 1S7I, ick lilyrrn on the in this Court, un- d Ulynn is a resl- id a non-resident md that he is m- the gum of about. idzment rendered BBS states Court, if; that said u aed levied on ; also, that Agn nn) aud her on residents ol Omaha, and non resldema of I lie) Htate ol Tennessee: It Is therefor appearance he city ot Mempl' Monday lu J or demur to cc wi 11 be taken f ordered, That they make tbei ein, at the court-bouse lu the s, Tenn., on or before the drst me, i871, and plead, answer mplalnant's bUl, or the same r confessed as to them and set Orric or Memphis ajto AbkassasI Rives Packet Compast, V Memphis, May 17, 187L J ssr The Mall Contracts of the Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Company will expire on tbe 30th day of June next, and the business of the Company will be closed up as soon thereafter as practicable. A large majority of the stock of the Com¬ pany is owned by myself, but, being engaged largely in other business, where my personal attention is imperatively demanded, I am induced to adopt this course. The Line ia well established, having been In successful operation three years and-a- half-the Boats (mostly new) having been built expressly for the trade, are well adapted to It, and are all In good repair. Propositions for the purchase of the entire Line are invited, ami will be considered un¬ til the am day of July next. Should all offers made for the purchase of the whole Line be declined, then, in that case, the Boats will be sold separately as demand may occur. To person desiring to engage in the steam¬ boat business, the present opportunity pre¬ sents Inducements, and advantages rarely met with. Liberal terms will be made with parties wishing to purchase. JOHN D. ADAMS, President M. and Ark. Pkt. Co. e, the undersigned. Directors In th Mem¬ phis and Arkansks River Packet Company concur, with great reluctance. In the action of the President, as indicated above, believ¬ ing, as we do, that if this. Lice is discon¬ tinued, other lines will be established which will di vert the trade from Memphis. THOMAS H. ALLEN, J. J. MURPHY, R P. WALT, J. H. TUCKER my 18 Directors M. and Ark. Pxt. Co. BANKRUPT SALE I Real Eslata awl Personal Property. BTs nessee, in book No. 71, pages its, 4J4 l will, on Tuesday,.) ha 6th day of June 18 7i in front of the of No. 7 Madison sir hours of 10 and 111 cash, at public oi the property in s: ing of a beautiful cottage and out¬ turn, Ave miles fl phis and Chariest The deed calls 1 will be sold ; a re been heretofore equity of redemi ot the deed, and t shall sell as t rust myS I ice of Marye A Trezevan but only I PETITIONS f OR INCORPORATION. PETITION FOR AMENDMENT TO CHARTER. w 12V R In the Fust C'-ancery court elbv Couniy, Tennessee. back at rijrl the Mississ Soutn Mem Tennesaee - easttvardly see street t charter sc chase of Whene-isr and Al-bami Railroad Company, Its railroad, running from sec, to i ayetteviile, Tennei on such purchase to isa amount of ten thousand secured by mortgage, opo upon such leruis and stlcu deeme. nd7lHabie by said F ioner. any rnnes- 10 up- and al B for bearing exnarte; aud lhat a copy of this order be published once a week, for four suc¬ cessive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal. A copy- auesi: EDMUND A. COLE, I 'lei fean. I Master. By R J. Black. Deputy C. aud M. afstcalf St Scarbrongh. Sols, for compl'ta. Nan-Resident Notice. w No. 321. in the First Chancery Coort of Shelby County. Tmnesaee. J. L. H. Ses- Koms. ad mlnlstrator oi the estate of R J. By: am, decerned, vs. Francis Byram, Willie uyram. et ai. TT appearing from affidavit in this cause X mat tne aerenaants, .van ferry ana uer husDsnd James Ferry, are non residents ol the State of Tennessee, and that tr; s suit is for tbe purpose of winding up the estate of said deceased. it is therefore ordered. That they make their appearance herein, at the Courthouse in the City of Memphis, Tennessee, on before the i first noonday in Juiy. 1871. and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bin, or tne same win oe taaen tor couiessea and that a copy of this order be published I Said lot was purchased by S. R. Wood of said once a week, lor lour successive weeks, in I Markly, subject to redemption. Also all the Y VIRTUE of an ordsr Issued by the Dis¬ trict Court of the United States tor the District of West Tennessee, on the 21th day of May. A. D. 1871. In the matter of 8. K- Wo... and J. H. Howell, of the firm of Howell. Wood Jr Co., bankrupts. I will oroceed lo sell for cash, to the bigheat bidders, the fcilowlnt real estate and personal property named be¬ low, on Tuesday the Btb-day of June, A. D. 1871. In Front of the office of Messrs. Kortrecht dt Crsft, South Court Square, between the hours of iu o'clock a.m aud 12 ui. of said Jay. a certain lot of land, the property of s. r Wood. Said lot beginning at the northwest corner ot Walnut and Tate street. In the city of Memphis, and running thence north along the west Hue with walnut street, ioo reet to a I stake; thence east at right angles with Wal I . , nut street ua? leet an aney ia teet wiue; , thence south with said alley and at right . ,. angles witn rate street l.jo teet o tne north line et Tate street; thence east with the north line of Tate street I lr feet to the be¬ ginning, being the same lot sold by the Mar¬ shal of the Municipal Court of Memphis to tbe said Markly under execution against John McUrath In favor of the said Markly, pub'lahed lor thirty da; s' in lbs Memphis " A copy- Mtesi. EdJ.MUND A. 'OLK.CIerXaud Master. BY E. B. McHknr r, D. C. s M. Eilett A P. elan, Atto-neys. mSO PETITION FOR INCORPORATION. No. -1 K. Shelby Co lu the first I M. Ke and W. I county, T said i on; der the na - WORK I for the pu loaned t and to all sociation selves iu make su provided Chaucejy Court of kl.y, L. 1 agrllL A. -! a .a. h F. Coulter, la, H.iduall lucorporat ihe kTION." atiug funds IMI to be essee, and to as .hall be Humes A Poston. Atror iJhancery Sale of Rear Esuta SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1371. No. 4i78. iu taa Second CJas-sssry BYea, highest t public auction premises. nurt o." ie ..le¬ ft Mc- n this to th Ua Saturday, June 10, 187 Within legal real estate to-1 itate or Tanner ee miles .rom the Ihe Memphis Appeal. A copv. Attesu EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black. Deputy Clerk and Master. E. M. Hearn, Sol. for Complsman. ss Nan-Resident Notice No. 248. In the Second Chancery Court of I Shelby county, Tenn. v anoena w. Ham¬ ilton vs. James P. Hamilton. T aDDearing Irom the bill which is sworn to In this cause that the defendant. James P. Hamilton, is a non-resident of tbe State of Tennessee, It is therefere ordered, by the Clerk and Master. That he make his aDDearance herein. at the Court-House of the Second Chancery Court in the city of Memphis on or before the first Monday in June, 1871. and plead, an¬ swer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to him, aud set for hearing exparte. and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for tour successive weeks in me .iempuis Ap¬ peal. mis April is, ufL A copy Attest : M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. By OEO. MALLERY Deputy Clerk and -Master. Leevesolor;omiiajao persona' property of said Howell, Wood A Co.. consisting Zof ail their bocks, notes and accounts, as per schedule rendered on day of -aie. S. W. LAMBETH, Assignee. m26 ju4U Ftr Lake Superlar I Tbe Ursioe Steaabssf Company aad Atiaotio, uuiuin and Pad-. Line, ONE of the splendid steamers Meieor, in dia. Pacific, Coburn, Atlantic, Japan, Ke weeuaw, Arctic, China anil St. Paul, wll leave Buffalo dally (except Fridays and Sat urdays) at 8 p.m., Erie the next morning Cleveland the same night, Detroit at 10 p.m. Haiiv lAYont. Sundays and Mondays) for DC. LUTH aud intermediate LAKE SUPERIOR POINTS. Connections are niaae at uuiuin with the Lake Superior anu Mississippi tt. it. to St. Paul and all points In Minnesota, Northern Wisconsin and low- aiso, witn me INorth- ern Pacini: i rv ior iue rveu ruver country. Excursian tickets at ORkATLY axnuckD rat as, win o issue- uy .11 principal rail¬ roads to su x-aui ujr mis rouie, returnina via an ran. ur r an iwr ruuisr to st. raui and Duluib, retur nlng via lake. During the months ol June, July and Au Probate Court Sale of Land. Winifred Wallace, dmi.,) Petition for the vs. - sale of land to Elisabeth Wallace et als.) pay debts. UNDER and by virtue of a decree of sale made in the above cause, at the present (Mav) Term. 1871. of the Probate Court oi Shelby county. Tennessee. I will proceed to sell at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, before the Court-house on Union street, in the city of Memphis, Tenu., on FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1871, between the hours or 10 o'clock am. and 4 o'clock p.m.. the following described real estate, lying and being In the aounty of Shel¬ by, and State of Tennessee, and in the Sev¬ enth Civil District, beginning at the north¬ west corner of the lands laid off and set apart as dower of Mrs. Wallace, four small red oak pointers; thence north 17 chains, 47 link to a stake: thence east 4U chains, to a sLku in p T. Jones' w. line ; thence s. 62 chains, 87 Unks to a stake; thence n. 12 chains, SO links ;o a stake: thence north 28 chains, to Joseph Mc¬ Dowell's northeast corner; thence eau. I chains, to a (take in the field; thence ner'h 22 chains, 50 link to a small hickory with elm and white oak pointer, marked D ; thence west 30 chains, 60 links to the rjegjnninz con¬ taining 121 acres. Terms of Sale On a credit of six and twelve nths, equity of redemption barred; pur- ei to execute notes with approved secu.- l en will be retained on land to further reand make certain the payment oi the hse money. JAMES REILLY, Clerk. " Cat MBEaa, SoL for petitioners. Non-Resident Notice. No. 276, B. D. In the Second Chancery Coun .if Mlialnv fVinnt V - - u .- - 1 .ou". WIU B. UI pen vs. the unknown heirs at, law of J. w. a. Bawden. dec paged. IT appearing from the bill which is sworn to In this cause that the residence of the just, Excursion Trips will be made via the defendants, the unknown heirs at Sorth shore of Lake Superior, visiting the John W. 8. Bawden, who died lnte law of 8.UTVM1?eSthForit wullam' Orand Portage, Shelby county, Tennessee, aelaed and pos- - -- . U..V.UM.WV1,, aum v ui j sesseu oi aooui i Kl B. F. PATWrv oreu i r-asseuger a.geci, Knir-in v v E. T. EVA.N8, Manager A , D and P. Line " S. D. CALDWELL. Gen'l M aVay4)ao "" ! CHOOL FOR NEXT FALL TKRu -i- ,iF struoiarsnip and long ex perlence in t. e management t a.hni. a sire an eligible location lor the establishment " oci-iuary or ujgn order, or would take sharge of one already established. Can give the best re arences. If needed, can sup¬ ply a good philosophical apparatus, witn other reuuisite to 'hnrm.h ,.-.,,, Trustees or others interested In HA-nrln. teachers, please address isachers, care of Hugh Torrance, - pDU 8weod No. 10 3 eflerson street. hirt.--sti utpkh 1 ml t)Mr Raleigh m said county, st d who had no wl'e or children or issue th teof, is unknown to complainant and cannot be ascertained after diligent Inquiry. It la therefore ordered by the Clerk and Master, That they make their appearance here in, at the court-house of the Second Chan, eery Court, in the city ot Memphis, Tenu., on or before the first Monday in July, 1871, and elead, answer or demur to complainant's 111, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing exparte : and that a copy of thla order be published once a week, for four lucce-sive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal, A copy Attest. M. D. L. STEWAKT, Clerk and Master. Jarnigan Eraser, Sols, tor oompl'L mM cause, if any they have, way ine said As.o elation should uot be incorporated an.i the prayer of said petitioners gi anted, or the same will be heard exparts; aud that a copy of this order be publisned Tor thirty day in the Memphis Appeal. A copy .Attest EDMUND A- COLE. Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHxnby. Deputy C. M. B. P. Anderson. Att.y. mS PETIT ON F6R INCORPORATION. T Avery, A. W. R- yster. Lake, H. A. insou, H. H. atcn. B. B. W.J.Mhoon, l F. Vance, r, H. Henly, rs. Kenzier, Dean, P. H. t, P. M. Wln- ousdale, AST," Ohan- auiend- No. 314. In the First Chancery Cout ol Shelby couniy, Tennessee. WHEREAS, M. J. Wicks. W W. Peters, D. CockrUl, F J. J. Steele, M. C. Peaic?, W. i Montgomery, C. Jones, J. C. Jc Berkshire, J. B. Clayton, A. i Barnes, Erank Taft, L.G Garreti K. C. Brinkley. E. O. McComb, Lyles L- Helman, W H. Che. Thomas Boyle, Martin. : Mrs. Correll, August Berton, W, Donnelly, A. Montevedl, E. Tlgl tera, Thomas N . Patton, Leon 1 Wlileuburg, Mrs. (J. c. tkias- Dongiass, A. P. Curry, Space C. J. Hargan, all residents oi S Tennessee, and the present ci "Tax SHSLBr County Tubs pi have filed an application in th eery Court of Shelby county. ! ment to the chartsr of said Turnpike Com¬ pany, granted it by an act of the General As¬ sembly or the State ol Tennessee, passed dur¬ ing a sesilo.; ot the Legislature held in 1888 and 188k. The desired amendment being that additional powers be granted said corpora¬ tion as to the rules governing subscribers; that the powers of the President and direc¬ tors te enlarged concerning the purchase and disposal of real estate, the negotiation oi loans, etc., etc. For further Information re¬ ference Is had to said petition herein. It la therefore ordered, that all persons de¬ siring so to do make their appearance herein at the Court-house of said Ceurt, in the city of Memphis. Tenn., on or before first Monday in July, 1871, and show cause, if any they have, why the said amendment suouid not be granted according to the prayer of said peution, or the same will be heard and proceeded with exparte, and that a copy ol this order be published for thirty days n the Memphis AppeaL EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By R. J. BLACK, Deputy Clerk and Master. B. B. Barnes and Van S. Anderson. Alfy. which is subdivided into t acres each. Plats or diagrams may b Tn Bats of BALK. One- fou iu six, twelve and elgntee notes bearing interest, wr and retaining a Lien for th AC D. L. STEWART. C Hanson. Swigiey A Db plalnananL tar. com- PETITION FOR iNCORPJRATION. No. SSO. Ia the First Chancery t ourt of Sue - by county. Tec .lessee. cStii. mWr: law and WUllam R Cunningham, ail rasl dents of Bhelby county, Tennesaee, have this day filed a petition in said Court prayin lo be incorporated as a stock company tor the purpose of introducing and nslng the ' FefaW-aizfeg Frocesa' r reservation dollars; with ant- tors. President, Ser ssryl officers, to ca tion th is lneorpora it is therefore orJ sous interested nn Court-house, in r h before the first M ca; wo By E. b. Mr K. W. Munf A CHEMIST with a long practical experi¬ ence In the 4TT4NNEEI 41 L REFINERY With several new. very valuable In veut.ut; and with technical lmprovemenUt in the mi Administrator's Notice. TTAVING II May t iflej a administrator at the 1871. of the Pr; nate Coun of Shelby couniy. Tennesset, upon the estates of Albert Mauaen, deceased, -lmri Mad¬ den, deceased, and Mrs. Tabllha Murphy, de¬ er ased. This ts to give ut ilea to ail names Indebted to said estate to come forward and make f eitiemeuta witn me, and to all per sous having claims against aald estates to present the same properly iro bated, or this notice win oe pieau m car oi t.ieir recovery. TOM HOLEMAN, JB-. Administrator of the estate of Albert Mad¬ den, Zimrl Madden, and Taoitha Murphy, ieceascd. frixs-l THAT NOISELESS, LINK MOTION, LOCK STITCH, Straight Needle. Bless Sewing Machine, is con¬ trolled by partle who "wilt stay " True, we have "handled other machines, ' bat sacking, the beat, have found IL Agents wanted 'lT- -cwtS-Vre. A T AC ABO. b, vacco.ho. A a. TACtraa.' A. VACCARO 4 00 la-ssrtera ia. Osafera ai WINES, LIQUORS CIGARS, ETC., Na. 324 Fr-nt Stmt, W00l7-f00D-lf00ft i;OK the beat OAK orABi WOODgo No. )U1 Union SW- chaig.