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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-MONDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1871.
ma i2 FINANCE AND TRADE. Or firm or thi Daily A ppul, ) &ATCTKDAY. lMb . 1171. J At tbe close of oar review Inst week we left cotton drooping, declining or Monday 1 both In New York and Liv erpool. Middling here at that time was lc, and factors disposed to miwa way. But thereafter cotton rallied, and during the week gradually advanced -W throughout the list, and that on a "guiet, "weak" and "nominal" market. The demand in New York and Liver pool has not been xciled,oreven active; only moderate and steady. The advance. In the lace of thla, imparted a healthy tone to the market, aad notwithstanding the heavy n oeipt of this and last week, ko much in fXons of the previouH two weeks, everyone hai the name confidence as to the future proapect and high pr&eea. The agricultural bureau report is dinreganie;, and believed to be over-eaLini-il-ed, of winch we speak below more fully. Liv erpool ha but little, comparatively, of Ameri can cotton. 77,000 bo over ttU.UUU bales of India cotton, fSpaln and Russia have not taken any yet, but most soon be forced Into the ma. kvU The leoelptsfrom all the iort now ano a.jae 2KU.UUU hales deficit up t this time. Ihe weather lims been very nutav urahie since th late huow storm, at which time cotton hegau It- Ui vv.ird ni'-veiueiil. Jl J oeiieei mat Uie cotton n picked from that Ume to this innst neccmiarily be of a lower giade than that har- e.iel prvvioualy. it is rtporta ih&l in lu Uittotii and titbit lands there 1b yet, pro! ably one-Ixurth ol tin- crti in the tteld, but on the hi. li the cri'P i& ino'lly ntliered. We meat thenecnon ol country tributary Lo Memphht market. The lullcwlng ta Me will enable the reader to see the present position In wmchweflnd the market . New Yoek, lecember 22. Ootton market in tiantcevl, with lair demand; midJUug uj iand. ' OKFARATl 1l STATEMENT. The comparative cotton btatemcnt for the week mmg to day b as follows: Total tccelpts from September 1, lStl Hame time laat year Total exports from September i, 1971 Same time last fSWfc sit K-k at all f . tJ port thi ear iniisi Micfclgan Uentraj. Miohlsjga Bnnthem U1UKJO C Central Cleveland! and Pltiahurg ... Chicago and Northwestern cmoago ana north w Hoes: iftiand PWuVh- ftt. Pan! preferred ... Ohio and Miasiasippi.... D uion PaAtflc , U. s. tvan Bonds ot C. H. S-2 Bonds of 1807. V. K Sf-M New loam Erie ZZ'.'.Zwh 127 aaia, .aai mm g I zzz "ht" TUBE. mm. Bonds la 1 DecamMr 22, 1 p.m.- aud t he advancing tone of the market for tbe rmw mmuaruu la cnwderexi iawiraon- ror higher price. The Now York martlet of trie JCd is llius reiiortad : Market uulei but flnr; Indian Orchard dou ble welnlil Ijrown sli.etlnsn have neen rul vano.il from 12',lSHi; Wachuae.il, Hc; inch do. lie: Clark', lie. American stripes, ll' ja USc; Manchester, laalto: Uanoe river onraet .lean, 10!-,; peqnot colored jeans, ic. denim. Improved. llVc. MaaHaeJius.-tt It K brown eanion flannel.. IMUjue. I'ltsniid tick. c; Eagie, ll'.e; Hainfltou, regular, 21c; Metbueaa A, 24c. Printed .-allooea, UK" for leading torsade. mrtpm md Chteta. Ajbany (K '" U1, Ho. M...14 Haymaker lSJ do Mo U..M Kwntlm JO do Ko. ...! Albany Tlgsdon.... At interior towns thl year Last year ,.. , ........t.., At Liverpool this year year mm Am ii O'tton ail't lor U'l H'n ktsls jflH Last fttL mm ! i Livbupoou December iL Cotton Htxong : middling upland, H;ald : middling Orleans, lod; saie. 1J BM bales; for exj-.-it and biK-cuiuiu.'a, iuw hhi H , I ;7 , ljT5t BBUBi J (..!' J74,OLO 1 !t,UU market WEEK'ti OI' 1 : A T I OXR. Ssies...-. - For export For specuiatlou.. Slock on hand.. American... IteoeipU TaBBI ial-s snnni gBiJ ".' uues jut t.al Atuerit-: Actual exports Htock h ;t ....... A men can . M km I'ffrs Hecember 2i. middling, uUt CXM-AK.VTIVi: STATEMJOIT (Sales i or hvedaya. --. n Receipts from Tuesday last lteoelptsaauie time last year Shipped since Tuesday last - lSbipied same um last year H H'ick on hand to-v.ay Slock same time last year We review the market on TLEShAY, tbt might be 4i)uu snBss mjm bale 12.0W bates 4Ujuou bales . ..Hy.ouu hales .'otton nuseltled; .... Ut0P ia,tW7 3UU0 for the week. market was not what considered active, still there .'.ul niipro em. ut in uie Ufiiiund. om hdi In price. Sties, win -h amoonted to o bales, soil ou a basis of 1'si lor iuw middling, and l'v for middling, though we have a few sales reported at a higher figure ; but we are inclined to think those Were of brighter style then rejKrted. Among these sales, one factor sold NW bales on a basis of lWc and lVc for middling and bright middling. Many of our factors are inclined to believe that the Bar bae will not materially Improve until alter the 1st of January. '1 LMB anticipate not only hea y receipt, but a less disposition on the part of Luropean Juyers, as well as spln ners, to bny. rue New Y ork LulleUu, upon thi subject, ssyf.: "ihe ( hiisima- holidays are approaching, and s general tailing off of bus l lie is looked for abroad until after the opening of the new year, and In fact, so tar as business is concerned, outside speculative manipulations, no one locKv for mnch anima tion. The crop problem is suil a maltar of very variable opinions, and .n view of the rather fall receipts of la be, as compared with i ohm :atitjn. adher n;s to iarS estimate- are m..r m nfl.i. nt- but m::inst this b am iron it- M.urcert thai advices from the South have conie to hand in such s shape as to lead to the belief that the season's growth is coming in early, and that the close ol the cot ton vear will not show inucliif any, over three million bale." tu WKJ 'MSUAY, t tta- maitel tioeneU dull. till Vers Weie 1U- di.leieiit, and factors showing a dlsporition to aell. but tbe uuyerj secuieu ij o- couiiueui oi a further decline, as such were the indications. iSales could have been made, and In fact were made at ashde under uuiaxions oi toe uay kotort-. on exoctlv the same kind of mark, t: but at noon the market in Mew York pi ted WKKKLV KKVi Iunng the week thetcenera; market has been tinomiauy active, owing In part to the pnr- uatting vi uuiiuhj gooux, (itiw I or the local and intsiior trade. I'ersouai buyers have been iu in groat uunioern. uruers m mall and to trapn have also been numerous, and mr- enants mm dav to day have reoarftad C ro wded staU- of aflairs more than they conld do. This, undoubledlv. i- nlttanant n. the in. r. bants, and should be found very gratifying u the t-lt Izens. Memphis is rapidly advancing wwuiuioaai Kreaiiiestt, auu ail we UK'K, l u even Isck tliMt. Is for our lrmrnhniiO. t deal with a liberal band, no only to their cus- vjiners ooi u uie oeuiaims uii ineui lor publU improvements, and. above all, be liberal in railroad matters; extend your railroad larlll Ucs and draw aionud you an evarlaaUnK trade. Tin- ran be done. This fa alreadv mapped out; see thai It is done, and Memphis will be second only to the largest commercial citn in the country. There has been nothing of varv marked in tetost the psvtt waek icpt that receipts of grain nave ieen un jsuany iiteri. And in the early part ol the week a speculative demand sprang uj . caused by s demand and high pi let- of corn in New Uxleans. Sev eral thou sand bushels weie shipped to that market. Corn, at the time the shipment were made w- 91 2& per buahaL This morning we have It reixirteo. doll at tioents. 1 he market here was overstocked on Monday and has contin ued so until eleiday, when nearly all was purchased on speculation, ranging from tc-a to 65 coats per bushel. Receipts are very likely to be light for the next four or five days; we mbw our calculation if. before that time expires, corn is not In ac li ve h siand on low stock. However, the wealiier has moderaied and s heavy rain fell Last night, and the river, which wsa blocked up as losr down as Columbns last night, may open again to-morrow, and that that Is In iran-u may arrive before the stride here hi ex-hauste-L We shall see. Floor has also been something of an object the past we. k. Tbe de mand from the Interior has Uen very active, but holders have been disposed to sell at figures relatively lower than could be pur chased and brought lo this market; hence the c.ui petition has been lively, and tbe turn has been made when it paid bettef to buv from sach and till orders, instead of shipplug that wuicn hits jau-.y ueen received. J ins old stock, oi which we have spoken so often, is nearly (-xfaontMl. and dea.e:- are uow !iore Keaarally leporlint' Hour "still aud biah i he vegetable marAet has ruled dull, with the Manchester 17 W ork Logman's. JJ Cbrsst Jeans. Anc roficoggin 18 Hau H do BsjSJSBTgtl ,,,., BMtotio Fiaii ami Btripes. Tennessos... f Maryland- J1K Texs .... T Boatharnjtarlpes-.lus Red rtlver 10 snfse, m J hsBjpeBBlBliai i Alsbams M .17 ..iu .21 0 Stark A. S40 OS Union A Ontario . .& 00 Spool Cotton. Clark A Hon 80 Bbaflord M Coats 80 Oreen A lhuileL.40 JCtntuak Jemu and TwilU. Beverly Twills 3.1 Maryland. Jeans... 46 ...to &JS0 -70 Minerva do 17 Bod man do WhlU do 77 to 45 r. A Mech'cs do Uforgla 6n.. ....... ..'7 Western do Hillside Jeans 1JK Deer Island do Mohican do UhloAlnd. do Chester do 27)t Brown Mumyt and &k mip. AmoaSeag .. 44 IK Pepperell 4-4 AtlaoUc A 44 lA2 do f i Appiton - 4-4 ISZ Augusta .71 Pepperell 4-4 1S Berkley .8-4 New Market-4-4 U Pepperell 10-4 Bleached owsnMnisj asm BfcBSSH'i. Audrcecog'n. 4-4 17 Canoe .... 8-4 Fruit of loom 4-4 n WsJthain ... Lonsdale w 4-4 17 do ,,,- Hope m 4-4 14 do Ked Bank 4-4 13 Feppe tZ do 7-4 U Brown DrtOa. MefAleKie 14 Os-kiands Htark A. 15 Peiersburg..., Premium Drill 18 Otnatmrc. Kentucky .7-8 18 7 ox. Goods... Fhoanix 7-8 U 8 ox, do .. IMnU. Albion, solid U Aliens U Dunuell..... Jl 10-4 -h4 14 12 11 8 U 53 Hpragr.cs Garner's W amnutta. Home exception 4.1. Wfc BMM ward. up V OD i "quiet" market, which caused fac- tir. u hu.a u hade tiller. AI I'.m. ttiert nra.- another advance of an c reported, rtlll la, a "quiet" market. If this means any wiing, It means thai the advance la based on tomeibing substantial. This too, U in the lace of larger receipt- this time last week for the same number ol days, which are 8,W bales for five days, pointing to 11-VW0 bales for the week. Hales lor the day, lSUf bale. Tilt hVv AJAY, the market here was inactive, and did .not respond to New York. Factors report the market no better than yeateniay. Tfhe number of buyer. In tne market were few. W e make no change iu ouolatioms as sales received to-day were made at about tne same figure as yesterday. Sales to-day amounted to bale1, in New York then wus a decided improvenieiit In the market, ad vancing since esteruay morning c on a -:. ;-dy' and "quiet" market, ciuerd "steady, with the demand hu,not u itb -landing tue net receipts arj reported to be fj;i5 for Ix da-s, fainting to liT,0Uh lales for seven days. No pretends to uitdendand the position at thls'uucture The upwaia movement in New York was uulooked KST until after the 1st of January' ; bat some circles pretend to say that New York Is in possession oi new s of a damag ing character and lavoriug a short crop, say rouu.uuu, notwithstanding the ri port of the agricultural uureaii at V ashinetou, wbow es li urate iB3,4uu.uu0 tmies. This report is received with general surprise, on the reception of this report, the ew Orleans Times says that previous rejortM from the same source do not seem to warrant It, nor i it, apparently, justi-j tied by tbe w eather since they were issued. It was a oommon remark that it was utterly moons stent with the Inlormation previously j.irnisheti. A sniiier telegraphed H a foieign oo.-resisindcnt that the new estimate was bosh,, which seemed to be In harmony with She v'eneral opinion. if the result should prove th- hureau lo be right, it will Increase couttaeuce LSI its luiurc rejioits; If am the con txarv, as lh gcnerail iSUafieeed, it be found from 3mk i" w,wo bal-s in excess of the true amount it will cause the bureau to be re garde. i with general distrust. ' FHJbAY, the market si unsettled; buyers, and In many instances at-iiens, were inuinereui; money was tight and sales weie forced. Trans actions reached J .Ui bales, but no:iihstand lng the advance ot ',c in new York at the tagd ol that market last evening, sales were made at figure a shade lower t nan yustefday. An active market, however, was not antici pated unlit alter the holiday-; hence a dull un unsettled market was no surprise. The in.vketin New ork dropped e this mrn 4ug reporting tbe market quiet and weak," and throughout the day ' quiet and uouiiuai," closii. the same, but with an advance of k middling. AHc The recelpta from altlhd gtortsgiv els something over Ut M.i lale tor iftr week some 5UUU bales m excess of bast week, a.id n.1 ie-v. th:tn same ;mie i:t-t year. There s the same eou tide nor In cotton In this market heretofore, and New York evidently under. -taud- the situaUou. t'ne know that in Livn nJOl there are ovei ;toi,(t hales M ludia oUou t bales ol Ameri can cotton. The lorraor Is know u Ut be of very ,hort staple, heuce the u;-mand for American A.flim Snialii :iml ItUhkia llKVe Uot Ihm'U Te ced very soou aau uie iroiu llils OBMS will be I K1A V was decidedly eason. Sales amounted ;ry body was wholly ab s of Christmas and in We make no change in alee w ere boo light to maki kke no calculations for an et until after the Sd of Jan transactions were 11 strict H good ordinary, 18c; & low rict middling. V'4v, strict i low middling. !c: 6 11. ig, rV-1' trict I ordinary, 17W; 7 16 mldtlllnc and sxrict 14 low middling, l4c; oelving,but will be .market. Tbe dems cor fine cotton. K Uie dullest day of U t n only 8BI latle. 1 M -bed in the inte; ttav 'UgTOfl hands, et ouota Uouh' a.lue a mark w e 5f" u llSSj ST "j"" biarkel uu uary. sfifSS" low middh.45- !t ; i1 goo. middling. If V 1CJ w middling. 1'XI middling. lte; 1 g m good orumary, onl i n ary , i osc; middling, iiiddlim;. Bfse 2T tfOtK'. Kood ordinary, 17fe; 101 1- Vise; Li middling. P -c ordinary - Htrici ordinary .. tiood Ordinary - litnci Gsd ordtuary Uw Middling Btnci Low Middling SiM.lUng hXJiel Middling mottling ordtiiaiv, 17ifcc. -rici go jd ordinary-. .Jri SA1T?4 17- . 1"'1- 1'4(A1K .1? jr4si-,. IV slil4 -Mr at t hiai in'.ddllnir ben. VI liW , al4 V ! ln New York, :c; goid, 11DH; P"tbO in Liverpool, . isd. The following u uie comparative daily kUte- : Bale. Bc 'P to-day day Last year .- ; u :i,n Bjl sterday and to-dav. when th re active, but price lending poiaioes Home ow oanei-- - and peschblows nold ai f vn. J ! j Jto-'.e-iiq.; iu. Gnioits have been drac uu the uiaiket !ir Several weeks. The demand yesterday and to-day was very fair, j ne soafK on ukua im aueuuai lo an Ucniaiias other vcgeiahh-s have been scarce and in tair :?m;tud. rue iruii iiwitei nas ueen activa. The supply wa larg vootl apples were ii supply equal to t lie demand. Orangea hav i'ii m ;i!'i.n,ianee ; supplies ureaier tnau tli demand, hence a decline from lis early in the ve-K to tutai lo-uay. ijemons nave been teiady and unchanged. Commeal has been try fcaroe -receipts were liirht and not eoul U- the demand would bring on the levee $3 j(j nadiiy. though pome have sold as low as xy . .. l tie ii v , -stock niu: Ket tiaft teu verv anuve the past week. Cattle, sheep and hogs ha Isjen in demand, aud eaeb have ad- vauctd from s.lc per u- since this tim last week, and in conseouecce of this dres d meats have been higher and scarcely equai to ihe demand. The irroevrv market has been steady. Sugars have ruled steady mid unchaug-d. ln molasses there is no es-eu; .ai CfiAnare to notice, stock are lark: with a steady demand. Fancy goods have undergone no change but are firmatquota- nooi peiow. i n inii marKet cmee na.- ruieti sualy. however, we were show n a teleuram iijir morning ny one oi our principle dealers which reads, "Coffee greatly excited. Sales of twenty -five thousand bags, including prime cargo at 18Ve," This Is equal to JlV-c gold ln Mew ork, and w hich, if purchased at the-e fhrntes. w ouhi cost to lay It down here about mm ..VLkAL BABkLT. Tbe following quotations are from store. unu, in grain, levee aDu siore pnees Appl.es y bbl, for common to good, 83 00 to 4 ou and ior mouse, ij to u uu. huixuxitb' Matxkial Louisville cemsnt, V . iiuu. Hose n dale cement, 83 5e to 4; plas ter fwris. 83 75 to 4; Alabama Ume, 81 50 f bbl y carload and 81 tftJ in store: hair, 6c V lb; fire brick, ; Vi i0u; common brick. 810 to 12 V luUu. wens. BrTTKR Choice table, BSBJgBj good, 277c; COOKIUK. iiAGtiino Hemp and flax. 2-Ib, U 15 l . ir"u ues, -j-a-jc; oaung iwine, loayi.c 1.j.n $27oa fi ion. Good supply. BEMBWAX-aMOJUC lb. Coaw lugood supply; on the levee at 65c; in aiujre, on oruers. rbsb, Cok-nmeau Klin-dried. ko;H.3t, Cauhagb lugood demand at.tbaoJ u0 8J crate. IVKiM 1UO. .1ASX1C, CJukkse Selling at 14sl.V- CaSD lxs Light weight, star, 13 to 14c; full weight, aw. afnbd Goods, Etc.-Prices per doz. areas ioiiows: i'eaciica, it .-"tu m umates,si 4 1 a5; siraw berries, S3; rasberrieA, $j tor, black berries, t2uJ2 25; pineapples, 82 : green gtiEt--. nominal; ecg plums, $S 7V(lS, cherries. 82 2003 SO; gooseben ies, 8- otk-t- 75; pearm, til 2o r. : Ot), extra oystcj av aspaiagus, w, gieen i n, r2 7j; green peas, 82 i0a 75; lemon sugar, 83 Siitij To; cove oysters, i -fr, 81 .1 10; I'-lt $JJ 10; condensed milk, per case, 818 cuyl I. cuickENS Young, 83 u 75;olu, 84 to4 5U. fc,os Fresh packed, 4c(94ae. Fisu White nsh, 86 ou to 8 half bbl; kits, 1125; lake herring, V half bbl, 85: smoked her ring, AS to. we fi box; new mackerel, bbl: No. 2 816 to It : halt bbl, 8s 80: kit, 81 0 to 1 75; No. 3, large bbla, 81U oOto 11; half bbls, 86 50; kits, 81 , G taASS Window glass, si ngie strength, sx& to 8x10, 86 JO; do luxU to 10x14, 8; do iux!6 to Utx lb, 87 50; do 14x22 to 16x24, 87 76. Jobbers allow a discount of X psff cent on these rates on lots U the trade. Hav Choice western timothy, levee, IC7 , in store, $31(433; common, 87s30. Uaudwahs Axes,) dox, 8it5uAi300; shove els, Ames's, 814 60; spades, Ames's, 815 50; cast Ings. 4 i-4c; plows, Avery, each, 84 25: Iron, V lb, 4Vc cast steel, IV to 22c; German, 16 tol&c; nails. 64 654 ou keg; rope, 18 to 22c Hnk. We give mil quotations below. Ti. ere Is a lair demand for all claases: Dry Hint hides, 10c; dry salt, 14Jtal5c, green, 7c; greeti sailed, -: damaged nldea are not worth two-thirds tbe price of good ones: No. 1 sheepskins, 8 &o; oommon, 2Uns7&c; No. i bear skins, 83; No. I cased Uer, 8l('; open, 82 SO; cased mink, 81 VI; open,7oc; No. 1 banter coou- sklu, 40y50t; No. i country coouskiii, ; 2V-; tallow, 7j .Hc; wool from AKtSSOc a jwuuu, accurrdim; to quality and lots. Kbou lain bur inquiry at 810 50 V.J; the outside fig n re prevailing. Lr a stock in demand. We quote cattle, for good to strictly choice, 4' j, ac , fr first quality, kf4c; second quality, 2u3c; inferior to common, l"Jc There Is a fair demand for rows and calves at X'.a.i ' torcoiiiuion to fair; choice, 845bOv. We quote yearlings at 8UL2 er head, with but little demand. 1 here h- a fair market for sheep. We quote ! . iu I" . T t medium to choice: common to lair, 82 oajp g per head. LAtt'uK Rectified whisky, r gnl, ffTcSl 05; Bourbon and rj e. 81 26 u 4 Ou; Robertson coun ty, 81 to 2 25; American gin and brandies, 81 10 to 1 So; high wines, 94 to Hoc; claret wine, V case, 88 78 to 4 50; port and sherry, per gal, 81 25 to 8 6o; Home bitters. dos, 86 50 to 7 60. LbatHkB HemlocK note, 8 lb, 30 to 3&c; oak, 87 to 41c; harness, 35 lo 40c; uppers, at dox, 36 to 4c; French call, 640 to 00; American, $30 to 45. Laws-Keg, luVllc; tierce, yluc; caddie, 12c. MonAsaxsWe fiud large stocks and a steady demand, but various price). We quote New Louisiana molasses, 4o tic; sugar-house Tups, 40s75c. Matchup Telegraph brand, 800 ln box, $7 50 to s; short oounta, 86 25. Oats Tbe market Is fair supply, with a llgtil local demsnd. On orders, oo to 60c U ins Coal oil, 80 tos2c w gal: unseed, raw, 05c; do boiled, 81; lard olL 75 to hoc; train, 76c; West Virginia lubiicating, 50 to ooc; cotton aeed oil, crude. 42c: refined yellow, 52c; white 8X10 10x12 10X14 10x18 3X7... 8x7.6 8x6 8x10 I0il2 1UX14 7c; cake, 820 V ton: cottonseed, 8v per ton ing. They Total i tpts U date.- .ast year.. Total anipm CU 10 date ssame Ume 1 vear... Mem puis and Cbariestin rsl road MiaTlU.ppi and Twixnessa railroad Memphis and Ot lo rail rood- MempiilK and Li ulsville railroad Total.. II HOalTH. Memphis and Charleston railroad Mem pi da and Ohio Steamers, uunu. SUwmers south,.... railroad 431 iotsU.. lew lork. N. t York. Decemer 23, 11 a.m. Cotton t. 17 c; good ordinary, Ike; low mld X4c; miJdllng, 2lc; good middling, mSt a "ft Sm e: receipt. fc!S"0w88SSj market dull and price V BM aalt, 7U" bales; future. su Zxr, K 2Lbaie; gxosa, IT bales, Cotu sm im AJveipieeL .v. .r-iir 2:; 1 tt.m. totton UVlRPOOk LSA L,L (u'h ;h ii... U Lo Lfaa firm: sales, 1260 o" -in; middllua up trade and lands, 8". h 4 -jo p.m unchanged. s, 10 sed d. . trong, andprleeaO nBAJHXAJU imring the past week there has fJJJ ST 11 leal ure iu Ihe local money ma. Tt ett tbe dos. neesol money, hlch tor tL r toC davs has ruled somewhat "tight, b " no stringency. Tne movement ol the u bas not iKn so heavy a pr vloua we, a. i, n.itiin I'ircies has been In demaou and for the past two day s factors and otbfT dealers hatebeen very busy payinf out mouey for tbe holidays, etc. rtluoe last review, com mercial bills nave advanced lyma now selling at this hgure; for buying on New York IfefifBfl on BJgsBa5 S BM the rate. Gtdd has been down lower the past week than since 11462. Offerings have been very l. s ht, scarcely equal U the demand. To-day, gold in New York la 1Q6V Rrokers here pay mm, hocal stocks and securities have not been M.:vf. T.-da. 8"uu oi .Memnnis cunep bonds reported, a dealer's purchase, ut M u. . ... t mi assd saad at tt ami BL Mi tihisand Charleston railroad stock has been . the market, and during the week some 800U square sold al 40. To-day there was inquiry 8sr ikw stock at tte same figures. Little Rock railroad stock b held at 1213. Mississippi aad. wi s wsxraubs are quoted at "0; Slt 1 sold u-vij at fv. Alcorn money is purchased at s. fcZd uld at 8b. County wart an 88 are firm a'' to-,, buying and selling. Teuuesaee moneT" is held at Stv-,80. lhere has been mailing done ui Arkansas levee bonds which mruU- KT www vab. ikMMMaiber 21. Iu2 a.lO. GOT e: uinrijl. a tracuou l tu r, witu in-tilom d- uiauda. Bu rling BUawj , iwra. rylc, gt.ld t per oeul. .......... tIMOM- bill. U hO&i i i: i V'.B Arc (Iroopll 1VWDKB Kine, keg.tt. rVTATot bbl, lu ubippUiK orUr. (3 U) S lb, ln Kacks, 1 1 ltttjjl 1 vt i.TBT Tbe market la uachanged. i.arge fat hen find ready Bale at H UU04 if. but hiujUI are dull at f-i Hl Turkeytt range from (l to2. Ueawara In lujbt aupul) , atd. l'jirra Wbite lead, ooUler' tit, U to 12c; aoutbern. lie, alnc. beat French. 15c American, Uc: turpeiiUna, wc, patent dryer, 15cj Japan 'do, tl SO to i 75; putty, bulk, jc, bladdera, tic; varniab, coach, 95 &u to bi .s ,a..$. to t, nr. ,.ro. : paint. $ bbl; wblt tna.tlldera' best, 6c; Tenetlan red. 6c; yellow ochre. 60. PiioviKiomt .lear k.Jee Inbulkqootajd at 7 H7J.I-, the Ktork Ut laTRe and fully up to the de maud; Khoulden., Aiurtc Bacon In ln Uftht ly with only a light demand. Clear aldee are ituoted at A-(t8Vtc; clear rib, 8c: the latter R.-arce. fehouJderh, In Lutht Ktock at 7c. bn ikfam bac.n, lomluc P. alt banw, choice, UIAUC t auvahKed bauiR, 1494(4,15. HeHH pork la acarce and aeUlluf at , 146,16. Lju-d Uerres. v4W'y, caddjaa, UnWtc; palls, He. Freli pork, though ln lair .uppiy, was selling readi ly hi 7c, TWc and aa high as lie lor Memphis dreM U. FaVh beef, per side, :&7c Mutton, Kic Carolina, prime new, iJiiS.c; Ran goon, Siglel ratana, ao. Koi'k. BTtv-tJoUou rope, V lb, auc; Jute, to inch, 15lc; graaa, to H inch, 90 to iBc; hemp nominal; Jut twine, c: paper twine. k, cotton, 49c; paper, rag, large, medium and email, aOc 75c and (1 ream; Manilla, lo. St arOARa We quote : ftagar-houee syrups, 4S&75; Inlsutna sugar, open kettle, Kl!c; veliowdaiifled, ll'iaiac; white clarified, Llj l.c; bard reflaed, white, UUalee. BT AKCH 4 1 let at 5 to 6HC lb. Halt K,,':b and Ohio river, ti 15 to 2 X Vboi ol Ml lbs; dairy, bbl. M to i Mr, Liver pool, e sack, ti Mr One. Hock te pel pound. w hot V sack, ta W to Sal. boa i (ierman mottled, 7c, common, 5c r-.! lu boxes, J ve; lo teas te. Ta i : w Quiet at 7a, Taljaiw tux maraet la fair. We quote 6c per pound. l u vaW Htock- We quote: Tin plate. IC. 10 kit. Ill 25; IX, 10X14, 114 25; IC, 14x,12 25; IX, 14x21), Ihi25; it . roonng. block tin, 46c cop per bottoms, Cic; boiled sheet Iron, 26 and 27, 6 toeVc: charcoal do, S to Sc. ToBacxw Manufactured tobacco, extra fine and lancy Virginia work. 91 to 1 10; line, NO to WOc; good, 70 to sue; medium, 60 lo 7uc; oommon 54 to 5te; caddies, quarters, fine, 66 to 72c; good iiiediuiu, 66 lo 62c; common, 56 to enc; amokihg, common merilnin, 26 lo 40c; flue to fancy, 60c la ft. i B . vn t ider, bbl, 17 60 lo 8 fO; wine vin egar, t gal aoc. Mlttt Tbe following are tbe rates of freight over the Memphis and Lsuiaville railroad : flaw of Freight. Kirsl cJa perewt... Herond clace. ?er cwt Tlilrd class, V rurtb else, ix cwi Klfth clsaa, perev t... . j., Klour. apples, .MUons, potatoes, bbl Beef and pork. Isbi. HaiollUK. rulie. rdOMl Whisky, bbl -.- li .in aud seed, per CWt Sto.lt, pel csrioso.. Butter and v ew lard, cwt 0 62i 0 7i 0 76: 1 14 1 i 0 43 II 25 1 00 0 75 0 50 0 50 0 75 1 20 0 46 2 00 0 70 ha it 1 s 1 iiald for car- Bonds o: 1661.. 6-2U Bonds of 1662. BoiullMf 16M... Bonds of u5-. -m) b- A Uouds ol 1M6, uew V Bonds ot 1887, new.. O20 iiciids ol 1666, new-10-411 Bonds. faclBc n.i a.1 iu;. II I H mm ..ii lost, loa? alli-eart kUaaree la Mew fork. Kaw Yokk, iH-oem ber 2!, 11 a.-Marit 'drasLil demand ialr. 6Ti KKoM BT. IAW71S. BV KITM, TO MkKPJUS. ai al Url S rwui.r 1 Pork, brL. iAri,ikv. V en Corn and oata, V 100 Hay, II 100 U Bsc. ,u aud lJtrd, .llllls. s-anw I AIBO. BT KIVBB, TO MkMl-Um. Finer, w bbl . Port, r Obi.. Whisky. bbl Corn and oals,.f 100 lb.... Bay, f1 loo ib mxiu sno iari, r las is. 50 W .. 1 25 - DO L 25 Transfer charm-.. 50 ear. -jr ode ton tor leas than one car load. COTTON raklOBTk BT KAIL TO Itoston, per cwt 1 20 Western L'uton Telegraph Company inlekallver .. Pacific Mall. AjBBBBa Kxpreea,ek dlv - Weils. P&rgo a Co........ ... ..... B rip United Stales 11111 turn York Central ..... Blew York Scrip , MM . oiS . n . w . mi Ijowell, perewl Fall river, per cwi Provldenee, perewt JJew York, per ewt Philadelphia, per cvrl llnltimoie, per cwt . I 2 .1 . 1 25 . 1 10 i M v.u,t and rail. 5c per ewt lees. Tliiiiu lasslai 40c per bale. Lower rates are anticipated 1st of January. sas i.u. iwen so acllv e week lu this nisi , ui mostly confined to the retail trade for holiday goisls ; aUll. wholesaie boose, report mm acU'vi market. 1'rloea are about the sm. . st s it! wiUi a tendency lo move upwsre. InNewi'iirk Uie Flnanelal Chronicle speaks ol a aeclUodly belter leeling lui oolWU goods, American ,....J1U Pscillc Us n 1 1 IHllBDIBill. UlSgOW 16 union... li US ...-u ..-.1 1 s 1 Albsnr. Hartford. ... .13 7Vavl.g!, - H KaetonA 14 d B .... American Cones toga 7-6..2U92I Chiton Tor 100 16 560. 00 124J- 700. Dlckey'B.... do do ...4-4 7-8 83 lor e Rock ... 80 Blisk Bock... 27 ...104J HUberu 127 00 Wilcox A Royal. 34 OC Wilcox and imp'! 1 00 Washington N K 11 00 uu soui ta a. uu uranners...-6 u.uia Amtrtam Drcu UoocU. Hamilton dela'ea 16 Orientals 20 Pacific do 20 Cobuxgs 20 to6 Armour 'a 19 OanUm JlaameU (Brown). Kllerton IV Ji Pemberton A SI do O Jl do Y.J0 do P IS do C 17 CbMon Jlraiw.li (JUtdaehe). Lllerton O JK Tremont H MX uwuum n m aamiiion...xaj4 lo The week closes very satlslactorllv to dealers The market has been strong, and tbe volume ol business has been large. Prices ha e bet li slid, but no higher. One notable feature of tins market is that prices are relatively lower than la Kastern markets, and merchants fr m, the Interior are fast ey.ttng Ibis uupoxlaul iscL to oe uie case. Men's U. B. Kip amps. 1 1 -joxl S) M s Batcheiler's Buper Kip Brogans l&uai oo M's L. and B. Kip Brogana J 6ua2 uo HI L. and B Call Brogans . I T5aS M s li. c. and llonelaon 's Bros. 1 Ka2 ot M's Split Brogaas 1 00al in M s nun is'nr'. 1 25s2 ... 2 DUBS in ... 1 75al ou ... I L:a. ... 2 aiaft :t 75at I : at ... 2 00a3 .. 1 Ouil fj .. 1 Sal m ... 1 25al n 1 12al 8 ... 1 5Ua2 l ... 1 5ua2 ... 2 uuai .. 1 oual . 1 OOaS .. 7&al 10 .. 75al in ... 1 BBBl - 1 21 1 oia2 M s Calf Balmorals M's Buff and Call Congress M's Calf MalakofI M's Calf Peg Boots.. it a Call Sewed Boots M s Kip Peg Boots M's Spilt Peg Boots Boy 's U. B Kip Brogans Boy's L and B. Kip Brogans... Boy's L. and B. Calf Brogans Boy's Bull Balmorals.... Boy's Calf Balmorals Boy's Split Boots Boy's Kip Boots. Youth's Pg Bun Balmorals Youth's Peg and Sewed Calf Bal's Youth's L. and B. Brogans Youth's U. B. Brogans. ... Women's Peg. Split Balmorals Women's Peg. fc.lp Balmorals Womeu's Peg. Kip Polkas Women's Peg. Bnfl Balmorals 1 25ai Women's Peg. Calf Balmorals. 1 2s2 2 Women's Peg. Imt Goat Bal's I S7!r.al '. Women's Pea. Imt, Coat Polka 1 mmt ' Misses' Peg. Bpllt Balmorals 67W Misses' Peg. Bull Balmorals 1 OOal JJ Misses' Peg. Calf Balmorals 1 251 ladies' sewed calf Balmorals 1 sua. Ladies' Sewed Kid Bal's 1 75ai 7b Ladies' hewed Coal Bal a.. . 1 &0lli 0U Ladies' Sewed Cloth Balmorals. 1 25a, 5t Ladies' Sewed cloth Conzross 2 00a2 26 Misses' Hewed Cloth. Kid at Uoat. 1 Au a Children's Peg Shoes. Hal 1290 Children . U t and Last's M. . Bal's.. 75al ol. Children's Fancy M. 8. Bal's OOal It Infanta' Fancy and Uoat Bal's... 26al 59 Hash, Doors, Blinds and Lumber. There Is still an active demand for drv lum ler, and especially flooring. Business has been eimii.arstiv.'ly liUi. ow iu lo tile st;iso:i ol the year. I u this line of trade the opening I spring will develop an active market, and 11 is very likely lo continue throughout the year. Clear white pine, 1 Inch. (ton go ropiar Riunh Cvuress Joist and Sills .... Scantling , , w Liresseu lypreas l " ,-sstsi Poplar :'isv,.,t rnckeis.. fg.-, uOiS'.si IX 15 OtKaSfl M 20 00s35 00 20 00,425 U0 . 20 00,'a.i 00 40 00943 00 . 8t 0U94V 00 B BBBBI I lirestied Poplar Weatherboardlng 17 ;9ao 00 v niie riae weainerooaramg.... w tsBBSD bb Fencing 20 OIKa Sheathing 16 00s2"i 00 shingles iCyprass) 6 OUo tj ou Sawed Laths S 00r.i 4 00 Yellow Pine Flooring... S3 OOd.40 u White Pine Flooring 50 IXW) 00 kkSBBBBi M ..JO 1 blazed HcuA. 5b BxlO . 13 10x12. 2 75 1 25 10X14. Doort. 1 50 ioxis... 8 2 ia- 6 75a- Hluuli. I 7a 10x12 4 25a 10x14 50a l0xl6 Watt per Box. 16 25 10x16 .-t6610xlt . 2 jila . 2 .1 oo' iirxau... ...6 50 . 8 60 7 60 Wood and Willow Ware. Dealers report an active trade for the past week, stocks are full Prices are alsml the same as last report. We are unable lo discern any change. uuukei, painted, I hoops, per doxs x tn s noons - .- Cedar, 2 hoops. S b'H.DS Tubs, painted, nest, of 8.. -no. l, pernor No. 2. No. S, Bowls, wooden, per dos Trays, " cnums. pine, No. 4, 18 inch's, pt i Job so. , 16 incoes, No. 2, 20 inches.. No. 1, 32 Inches.. Cedar, No. 1, iron-bound -, No. 2. Ho. I Well Buckets, hoop ear, oak, per dos vt rougm ear . Large swivel. ivegs, iron-oonnu, wgais.. V. BBBBeBBBBBBB, WOOQ, per I BBBM3 Ax-nandles, per dos... Measures, nest oi o , ,, nair Dun el, per dot .. Half bnshel. iron-boand. Peck, per dos .. Flonr buckets, 8 si sea, per rack. Clothespin, per box of 6 gross.... selves, iron wire, per uox P. sled wire Mops, cotton, per dos.. V 50 IB 60 4 26 Jl OU 60 6 26 3 1X107 M 6 00(97 H on outflow of currency from this point, but the decrease in sgiecie was not exp- cied. LONDON. LoirDOW, Decern ber 22. The money market m tne close was as ioiiowb : Consols, money U.S.640B 1685.. Jgu l,'ons,ls, aocount....V2Hi i C.B.5J0S 1607 BV. U. S. 5-2US I6B2 M V.H. 10-40a .01). PABia. PAars, December 23. Ben lea. 66. 660. FBAN KFORT. Fraskhirt, December a - United States securities five-twenties of 1662. BOH. THE NEW YORK URY GOODS MARKET. LATEST kkPOBT BY TaLZSBAJH.J New Y'osk. December 29. Market languid ln ail Its departments, ow ing fiartiy to the Inclement weather. Prices were firmly maintained. I look Dor I corset Jeans adyauced to . . P. o. A Co. bleached iiiiiniis uiianceii 10 tec , Ainoaxeag i licks, Isc; do C do, 20c; do B do, BBk do A do. 25c: lo A A do, ;.; Easton B do, 1IV-; Bos on im- iroved denims, 1 1 ,i: Franklin 1 do, 15c; Oak and A A A do, 20c; Ulls C C do, 17c; Working. ujru a ut.'. ' , lift ua , o . i i , V'JULS BliU Clarks' 0 N T, six -cord sjkx1 thread, N)c; Green A lsniels' do, do threa-cord do, 'frc; wonitsd braldH. 25c; alpaca do. best brand, '-J&c, and rlnLcd caiiona oi beat niakea, l)c. THE OOKtSTIC PHUUUCfc MARKETS, - - K- . 1. Kl'Oit 1 BT 1M.K KAI'K CINCINNATI. Cisciksiati. December 23. Floor Is Id fklr demnnd and lirm: lainiiv. fi -jO. Whfai steady, with a moderate demand, at $1 42 .. 4 t -)i i. iv . ;! y wiiu a niue.ial UeinauU u i 40c. tiye scarce aud ilrm at - ..v. Oai-t. aro iu laii demaiitl and ihe market drui at .;vl.v Barley scarce and lii m, as regards prime u cholc tbe whole range at 75s5c Pork dull and prices declined; MftM at Jtt Lard dull and pn- e drooping; aales of steaiu at hulk mes: i.ulet aud weak; asking iV(a6Lj ohvuu ...... uui uatuauKui; saoiuaers, "" a! clwu ribui clear nidea.7'-.. baiua. lawal;. ireen mcata dull and uurtettled; asking 4 S , U - M. lUJxJtrd UttOUS UUii, '' ' t, 1'. C. HT. LOCIH. St. Ixri, December 23. generally dnl and budnevi isi'.ad. Flour unlet and uu eliaugel iu every respect. W neat dull aud nominal; unly small nample lota wdd. Com Calx eastern demand; ISo. 2 mixed In elevator w ..otu-. oats quiet: iu elevator, Rje and bariey, nutiitng done. Whisky dull We. Pork held 25; no saleh. Dry ualt meats una :.n i pr ceK drooping; loouiug lous oi looae ahouiders, 4; K; dear rib, j; packed lota, i.a'.in niienani:eu-'ujy order trau hard dull, h'a'c. Hogt, dallbuyers and sellers apart, .-.im.il aales at 13 ju&4; motsUy uiffa tt o inj. vaiiie uiK'nangeu. IX) ULSVILLE. uraiBTIUblb .December 23. Bagging quiet auu su aii) il i-),1 .,ii;j' -c. r lour active auit flixner: extra lamii.v, ti ). Wheat verv bn aud higher, owiug to light receipts, red and white aelliug on arrival at 91 4.v.i! wt. (Vrn tirm at 3U(otJc for ear and shelled ln bulk, but tbe demand is merely local. Oats steady: prime, ibc. Kye firm at 75c. Ilogs very dull at 544 4U. ProvLslons steady aud unchanged "KM i "ik, i caau ior rouna iouh; uuik snout dtrs, jic ; clear ribfflfic; clear sides, "c, packel naiui., satjar-cureu, new. isc. pacsea; law, y 10''4c w'biaky yuiet at 90t9lc 'A&AHnYILL.K. iff December 23. Flour and .rain quiet and unchanged lu every respecU CornmesU, ftfetiuc. Bulk meats are ln good demand; shoulders, 54c; clear rib. 0-4. , clear -uu-", ,c. jies pora, 914 .. ULiiiin iMirK.iii Usuns, sugar-cured, i i . Laru, Bieam, ic; kettle-re ude red, Hc. UotLs scarce and firm, at i4 . . yo. Carolina Life Insurance Co, OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. Hon. JEFFERSON DAVIS, President. M. I. WICKS, 1st Wtw-PrnirfMt I J. T. Ptn TIT, 24 Vtea-PrnfdMrt. V. F. BOYLE, SedWtwv. 1 1. H. EDMONDSOH, GmwiI AfMt. ELLETT 4 PHELAN, Attwatys, principal office-no 42 madison street THE MATHUSHEK PIANO! PURE, sweet, POWERFUL, DURABLE f B NOTICE. Miuph ts. Tbbs.. Dscember Ba lgri. T virtue of an ordinance, hereto append ed, an election win oe neia on atai-day. tbe Hit. day ol Jsnanrj, 1872, At the usual plaosa tor holding elect'ons In the vsilons wards oi the city of Memphis, for the pnrpose of taking the sense of the unalifled voters of the city upon the propo sition to subscribe lor one thousand shares, aggregating one hundred thousand dollars, (and being one-hall) of the capital stock of ihe Memphis water company. Those voting for the BaBeertpUon will have written or printed upon their tickets, "For bubicrlp tlon," and those Toting against tne an t.rrip tlon will have written or printed upon their tickets, "Mo KuriscrlpUon, " and i he subscrip tion will be made only in case three-fourths of the qualified voters voting at the election vote for the subscription. JOHN JOHNBOS, Mayor. Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. :U,B Ann Harrison vs. Jnlil Tfarrison, et al.-ln the First Chancery t'oort ol Shelby County. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, entered ln tbe above esane Novem ber 1. IS71, and mod. fled November 22, 1BT1, 1 will sell at public auction, ;o the hJkhrsI bidder. In front of the Courthouse of as id Court, dreeniaw Block, Heconu atieet, ln the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on I SPECIAL NOTICE. Peril aud Precaution This fa a sea con that tries the frame and Ihs conatltn tion. If tUere De a weak spot ln either, tbe chilling damps, the malarious fogs, the va rietiee of temperature that mark the com mencement of Ihe winter ceason are sure to find It out. There are few systems that have notaweas spot aomewheie, and the wisest thing .hat any man c r woman can do Is to fortify it by a course of rioa letter's Stomach Bitters, and thus keep the enemy st bay. In war, when a city Is menaced tbe first thing to be done is to strengthen the ramparts. Yhe same policy should be adopted with tbe human body, when its direst foe. malaria. Is abroad. If the stomach la weak, this tonic will lend it vigor; if the bowels are mor bidly sensitive, this alterative will regulate them; it the liver is inert, this wholesome stimulant will rouse it; U there is constipa lion, this aperient will cure it; if there Is nerve us debility, this nervine will replace It with nerve us vigor; if there is impurity in the blood, this depurent will neutralise li if there Isaclcui on the spirits, this exhlla rant wlU dispel it. These are facts that have been demonstrated every day tor the last twenty eara. Can as much be said for any ot. er medicine or rather, oan as much be fioviii'.' for anything may ha said by the unscrupulous. Co not accept any of tbe lo cal bitters sometimes recommended by deal ere ln lien ot the Standard Bee to rati so. LEA 4. PER. FUNS' SAUCE. Pronounced by Connoisseurs "THE ONLY GOOD 8AUCE." It Improves atiuettte and dlsMttcm. and it ia uunvaiim ;ur im nTor. we are c:reci3a uy Messrs. LEA A FKKKi N8 to prosecute Ail psuruM uiss-'n cr vnaing ooanterikii. Ml AUKNXH, New York. BATTi'Iii K LOBS HAIID TE. superb Hair Dye 1 the best ln the X World- perfectly bar aliens, reliable aud tustaJjtr.nt-m; uo dtsappomtmeiit : uo ridlo uious lints or d:-aertesble odor. The i?enu- lue Wm. A. Hathrlor's Hair Dye produces iajuit.l .it y a Ppleudid blaCst or natural btown. I'.aveH the ti&lr clean soft, beautiful: uo-k not oc ntaiu a partc!e ol lead or inlnrl- ous ounipouud. Koid by all druggists. Fao VJry, ew tviini; ni tULbl, IX. I. OOP MX pl uuing wheels, per dos- Brooms, ring-neck, per doz ii uri, plain nanaiea- sbaker BBBBBBBBBSB , Hickory Splint Hhoe brushes, per dos-..-.. rvrruo Maullia Hope.... Sisal " 3 uu t ut) S a) 4 26 4 00 t UU 2 29$3 1 BI i 2 1JU6 H mwm THE COTTON MARKETS OF THE WORLD. LaTXBT BXFOBT BT TXLEOBAFB. LIVKBPOOL. Livkbpoou December 21. Cotton ma rke Mead) ; middling uplands, .KM; mliidlliig Orleans, lOHd; sales. lOJIJO bales, of which 2u bale it-ro lor export aim apecniBssnw aui BaBsuS feaii llouiboy since last report, IMM'u bales. NEW YORK. Nrw Yore. Iwcember 2!. Cotton market dull but unchanged; middling uplands, J '',-. NKW CHI KAN s. N tv (inj.iu.Ma. Dacembar ii. Cotton mar ket unlet: good ordinary, WV; low middling. :c; maUlilnk, iHir. scales, w usiw; if- clpta, lu.tso bales; exports lo Liverpool, tvu balsa; coastwise, isat uaiea; suca, u.,, bales. C1NCLNNAT1. nnBrsBBBBLSB. Hecember is. Cotton market firm, with light demand; low middling, 1S( lif.c: middling, JV$1C. HT. LOUIS, HT. Lorrs. December 23,-Cottou market quiet; uilddllnc l-.c. LOUISVILLE. LorisTitiB, December i3. Cotton market steady; BBbBBsbj aplanda, IBc NASHVILLE. NA.sltvn.ljr, December 2S-Cotton market market dull and price, deillued; low mid dling, ltc MONETARY AND FINANCIAL MATTERS. LATBBT BJtroBT BT TBUOB PH. NEW YORK. Nvw York. December 23. Gold rNo quotation recel.ed by telegrai.li lanl night. Li). i ... . . l ;u i k ...v ' in. , It.'. Money Kirrn at . per cent. soutbern Stale Securities Were i.tagnaut throughout the day. The dualng quotations were: Teuueasees, old... 61$, , Mlssourla KTV ni n. uarrmaaa, tuu. jiys N. Osrollnas. old. N.Oarollnas, new 12- Oold IViineMawa. ne irclnlas, old OB Virginias, new 66 UnibMl States SecuriUes Government bonds were dull and steady all day. Tbe closing prices were: 4- aus.ifiHia jor ; 5-josomwh us va of mo4 1;, : Kj)e of lusL H74 V JUS of 1B& Uli. 1U-4UB lUUj; 5- atk. o! IBtS, new.ll4 Currency as -114?, 5-a of 18o7JJa i Gold Stocks Opened very strong ln fAicca. Be- fnr, uqiI after ibbj cull there were a number of transactions ln leading stocks at advanc ing nrtors. mere wa out nine isBswea. lthiis- " . . i. .. 1 1 .... . .,,. ..an mi. .1,1. tl.A acle,l Oil me OTM ' m mm f ...w usual ClirlaUuasJoUltf . Altar the bank Ktate- , wo. man. . ii ,,,, u . i in i... i fco. Mwiiiu.. alwut s per seal, 4,-iiBn aniuau irue oui very dull, l nr withiiw -""- marked in Rhode Island, Wabai h and Pacific Mall. . . , w The IHUIE DlSWUlirui . wwjj . ' ' uunu.nl shows the following changes : .i-maaed Wl.TSe.'UXl ,e deceased-.-- ajJBMBu circulation wwi-.ni. . Lulal "tenders decreased si4,0U TiTe staiement a an unfavorable exhibit An anal vaia of the ugi re. uiiih s uiai uie ii.li. ...-. nn trsaiof ILSaOJOOIn their legal tender reserve. They now hold lisiljtl) abovo the per cent, ivquirea o law. a largaaaw lu legal UUden h, Uie natural result or the DHB nil rli'-e en ..,i livi.. 'f-ukm-e, vi?: :Stre; n-1-fcxiwBB. ftmiBiisi H'-i.-i-- n.s, AT'lf EnuStfGr.l Lnsiof Mtmonj, QaBBBrsBj yzsrilviie, J'citis in the "arfc, J wss of T i n, i'remmurt aid Ajf, Wcai V?Ti J tfiniU EreaHi r ?t I'ale fynir.ttnavc, nsrm . C '.liiKTnrifi''L Bnl ail 1 esna th.ii foilotv 14 a lequ nee ol M'rrt'iful i: diem linns. Bar This m iici i c ! is been tie. d in oar rrac tioe f rjifiny yrsrs, at.d with tbouBrida tn ' -! it l-as mn faileil in a sinele instance. MW Lnch reichape of F''.tr?.'e Cbbbj is wr:. , ped in nltnimnrin. blticiarj-r, printed in go: 1 litif ra,hi'dc:i:itiuntioi,c MfcUe fi'ili-dv.itri KU1I BBbIbbHTHb and BOOyiaLiB iletliitod p.i'.tnrrs, full cu nt W m-lce oui-hoif pu-t oi tnjoc -.in ; anJ ore Frringc. W 1 1 ba $.1. tr pr.rLaa, ec'.l I v Ernggirts, or s : t h? tnaii or. r. - l,il t.f M1. "Hit mwl Tntkm JH'iretu civ e ahdisecun of the t t an Oiv : ma stica at iaco'ii fifTiCPrt f irtt', Jnficmn --.'.Jjn cfthe Iir '.(bMT, J .in. . k of '. AMsaeus, .'on in fAe ISaa ter, SrruMrt, Orartl, ionorrhii a, tV.'ftf,(ioa I - re - '-.-"ntjerf or ; b .- .V (or M UtHL) cr I '; eh picljcj ot Yeyettibi J.emeay is .1 iu dark ecani- ilc-d j-ajierand prir.ied in pid let ti rs, and contains one h, ttls Hill ilaTltiBlliiil UBilnlrilBL .lvri'h lU-dirf.tcd Powders, eufii. n Liepmlotujcctiou; andout eiouli to euro any i.rdinarv case, rice si, per presage, km ly aO or tun! by mail lor i . . '. Rrrorrfy" :.n i Kl byiuSHonsil'ie Irn;:ristB evr:l : T. ; n-T :e dealers, liewever, tiy to a 1: p and ,rtLie8 corr.poiuius iu j.laot of Ib'ac.ii o-.der t.. ma j niLie money. Ba not d?.- ived, r-sk f ir thewe ti, preparations s i take no ciliers ; if the dealers do nol k - :..ni, eiKV-a-the Tcrnicyiri a letter aial we will aencl thetB l y r.turn rnaiL LaiufSorCiitl. men wr ting; r tretrmeni, 9rLi bbsbb tLeir eiiuhi4 in lull; ILoyroed B t iioii;at) on account of their iur.l-Uity to v:t us, r.B wb hare treated ptier.ts euccuse. felly in all portion of the oatir.tt.l by OorrpsJ,;ouVi:oe. mj-x.e d .-ire to aerul onr thirty rwp page pam. LI. t, enlillisl "Baa A&d VToBBSC BJ Dntr-Hls." toevery renden 1 thi? paper. 8end sdatess wtth Ptamp to pay return posisfB, as J addresi as fuliows : Be. Li ra '. . r icix Aasccunea. 117 soar, aixra -. tn. bVit I n 1. Ml.NS'H. IB (srrcoMj 11 uu f, JS. " li ou f, i 5 1JU A; l 7 UU l)9i:u"l 0Avsy i ojl and o; t &0 I c. 4 00 1 sr- ISJ IL I72uo WIS1 1 2a I 7 UJI - 2 H Msnphis & Kansas City R R. MCsTTIXtl r BOABD OF IllKKITDKA OrriCB or thi M . 4E.C&R Cokpaxt, 1 Batbbtiuj abb:., .-November a, IWL ( IN pursuance of the provisions of section eight of an act entitled "An Ael to pro vide lor a general system of Railroad Incor porRt!.n, passed by the General Assembly of the state of Arkansas, and approved July 3d, lota, a general m.ellng of the Directors and Stockholders of the Memphis and Kan sas City Railroad Company will be held on Wedatsday, the 10th day of January, 1872, at the office of Lnclan C. Gause, E q , in the ciiv of Jackson port, ln Jackson county. State of Arkansas, lor the election of dlrec'ors for tbe enauing year, and the transaction of other business. Avery Director and Stockholder la re quested to attend. WM. ETERS, President. BIBgCTCaa AJID STOCKBOUIBS. K. F. Patterson, L D. McKias'ck, U.S. Lee, Ellsha K slier, Wm. G. Ford, Lnclen C Gause. W.A.H. Tied ale, i. W. Eldrldge, W. K. PalUrson, Stock boidera. dec!8 . -- - . I . -l fV - ' BBSBB BB "J- l. 14 vfrso. t Fnqneat Ion ah It. MUsad I)U. IswarBIni; R.voln lrn In llonlKl. of If o.le.l i rllles. rcnnl.lt-. n it l lano nn TOLCHE sad UCALITT OF TO.N BSBii.in. TB4 sainunak l. const run... on new orinrlMeN. In nrlua. beyond ;.!! anewlion. QBE1TEK BERABIUTT. Its STKIM.B, OS AS AVERAVE.ABE LOIIIEK lbs. In other Bakes, Ibna SB- ..vai.iw waaaiba iuj.unx. srsnBJBj The registers are sple idldlv balanced, the tones are RICH, MELODIOUS, MAGNlflCENT lt gives forth to thin, wiry, bnir.b e-i-e tones, lis compass of power la won derful. ItcanTIICNDERand WHISPEri with equally pleasing effect. NEEDHAM'S SILVER TONGUE ORGANS! tlio o Parlor, for mo audi School, for the Ohurota THE WORLD-RENOWNED SINGER SEWING MACHINES! Cali at tbe Singer Parlors, 273 ain Street MERRIMAN U WILLCOX, GENERAL DEALERS Holiday Presents Great Bargains IN Ladies' Children's Furs! Furs! White and Black Astrachan Cloaks, Silk Velvet Cloaks,' 0. C. & H. M. Loewenstine, 'SOUTHERN PALACE," Q 3 S3 HcTetJLxa. St. ORDINANCE. General Meeting of the Stockholder of the Mt mphig and lharlestca Kanroiu Company. PURSUANT tn the resolution of the Board of Directors of Ihe Memphis and Charles ton Railroad Company, adopted at a clied meeting thereof, held In the city of Mem phis. Tennessee, on the lllth day ot Decem ber. 1R71. a ceneral meeting of the eiock.- holders of tne aaia railroad company is called to be held lu said city of Memphis, on We-Sneiday, tbe I7ti Day of January. 1872, Kor the purpose n: considering auu isB:nfc sueh action as .aid Htockholders may deem advisable tn reference W a proposal made by the Southern KaUwy security Company foi the lease ol tbe Mam Road and tne Florence, 8omervtl!e aud Winchester branch :lnea of the mid Memphis aud UnarieaBoa rtaiiroad Oompany. M.J. WIt'Ka, Fresl-'ent. UK. riOBxaTsoN, secretary. onoaw Te Contractors. C ttt F.NlilSF.ER'SOI KICK, 1 MKHfUhi, Tgsx,. December 16, H71. r (sealed proposals will be received al this office until 11 o'clocr. m. Tuesday, the 2itix Inst., for grading Firth street, from r?yca more to the north line of the city. The right to reject and or all of the bids la reserved by the city. For further Information apply at this office. J. H. HTJMPHRKYB, d!7 City Knaiueer. Memphis and Louisville WINTER SCHEDULE November 13. 1871. Train leavea.Day Express.. Hew 1 1 i k . 4:15 a.m. 1 an p.m. BWWBSagfilii "Awn,mn,.,n 4 ;15 p.m. Baeeant aleeolna cars ran through to Bi Louis, Nashville and Louisville on the 1:SC .m. tram, xne t :! p.m. ana oua a.m. trains o sot run on Sunday. J. BOYD, noli Superintendent. PINE BLUFF BRANCH Memphis & Little Rock R. H.Co. r Books are now open for subscription to the capital stock of the Fine Blua Branch of the Memphis and Little Rock Railroad com pany, at the following places: Office of W. P. Uraoe, Pine Blurt; office of D.F. Shaw. Little Koc; office of N.O. Williams, Devall's Bluff; office of company, No. 17 Jefferson street, Memphis, Tenn. The company agree to take Arkansas wild land at a fair price, and Issue full paid-up sto- k ln oavment. Land sub scribed belore 1st January, 1S7J, will be ex empt inim taxee ior nve years, ana tne com pany give the party subscribing the option of buying half the lands anbacrlbed at the same price, within five years. This is part of tne main line to snreveport ana Jenerson, where connection will be made with the Bout- -n Pacific Railroad. n " and all inlormation rurniahod By agents and the undersigned. o. ii. wiLliiAatr., Land and Uereral Agent for Company. bIilbh Uwis and A. P. tuck. Agents, office. IT Jefferson street, Memphis. Tenn MISSISSIPPI RIVER RAILROAD Ooznpany. UkCBBTAEY AitD TkKSSTJ'BER'B UmCB, Mkmpbis, Tals--M December U, 1S71. NOTICE Is hereby given that there will be a meeting ol stockholders of the Mls- laalppl River Railway Comnanv held in the city ol Memphis, Tennessee, at the Pea body hotel, at 10 o'clock a.m., on the th day of January. 1873, to ratify the action of the board of directors of this company ln regard to consolidation with the Patlucah and Ualf Railroad com pany. ' By order oi the board of directors, dfthn JOHN L. NORTON, secretary. Mississippi 4 Tennessee R. fl. OR and after BUM DAT, December 17, 171, until further notice, trains will run as follows: Leave. Arrive NSW Orleans Mail, daily. iUupjn, H.iM p.m. express Train, dally . HIS pjn. M aun. Freight Train, dally lax- sept BBBday IsVaja. iM p.m New Orleans Mall makes direct connection for Mew Orleans, Vicksbnxy, Bhreveport, J acksou, Caniot.., and all points south, south east and Bout., a est. Baggage chocked through. For inlormation and tickets apply to Ticket Office, 87' ., aln Btreet, and at Depot, foot of Mala street. dl7 JAs. YONGK. Uen-. Bupt. Ledger copy In Memphis and Charleston R. R. CHANQEOF TIME. MoxtdliT. Nov. 18, TI, ABBxvxai: xskrajrn: U:lSp.m. 11:15 ajn 10:p.m. umia.m 60 a.m. B-Mln.m Way frelghi.ooaoh attch'd 7 :5 pjn. Saw arc Mail train. BBeasMwa .... Through frelghu Junction and Bomorvllle sjocommodation....... :1 a.m. 1 30 pjn Herman town aoc 8:SD ajn. 6:40 p.m sols C, L. ANJUKRBON, m.p MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK R, R. OHllei OF TIKE. COMMENCING Sunday, December Nth, i7i. and until further notice, passenger trains will run as follows: Leave-Memphis, dailv 7.10 Am Leave Hopefleld. dally . 8 oO am Arrive Little Rock, daily. ...uti pan Returning arrive at Memphis, di'yl.10 pm SO TBAIJIS WILL Bl'N S17BDAT. Passenger trains connect at D' avail's Bluff on Mondays and Thurauays, with boats lor DeaArc, Augusta, Jacksonport and points on upper White river; on Wednesdays and Sat urdays for Clarendon, Aberdeen, aud points on White river below . evail's Blue. Connections at Little Rock with stages for Hot springs, Camdext, Arkadelphla. etc : also with Little Rock and Fort Smith rail road, and stoan: ere on Arkansas river. Ferryboat leaves foot of Union street promptly at 7.10 am. ! rl mipjniwuutai. a P. OAKLEY, Bsn'l Ticket Agent. decli HOT SPRIN680F ARKANSAS AcceaMiatlM Hack Lint. WM. 8. DAVIS, Profjrttsr. IN suoeeasful operation for six years. So thbcuoh TiOKBna ao id on this Una, Parties axs and Know what they pay for be fore parting w : one dollar. These hack are all of the very hast mate rial and bu .t expressly for this travel. They seat alx pei sons, are large and roomy, ana may be used by parties of from two to five with ordinary baggage, or for invalids, the seats being so constructed as easily to con stitute a bed. Remember, this la the oruy Accommodation Hack Line, and no through tickets are sold over It. Hacks may be st cured by latter or telegraph. OfEoe at vat ntoon v sitf! 1 n 1 1 T r - Ttnrlim liTtlaBoik a i ELECTION OF UIRECTQRS. UKIOW aUTD PlsAISTKBS' BASIC OT MSKPHIS.l 11 KM phis , Tkm is. , December ft, hsli . f STOGKHuLUBftlS ar hereby noilfltd thm Tor ih parpoae ot o boosing KiXleen Di rectors for the Union and Planters' Hjuik of Mempbls, to serve lor the uucoeedlng twelve months, an election will be held at tula oflloe on Monday, Sth ol Jsanar, 187S, Irom 10 am, until 8 p.m. An ordinance to provide for laying down 8iaew.!it. caiiorh ana can s. Bictton 1. be it ordained by the Ueaeral Council of the City of Memphis. That the coat of grading, paving and repairing side walks, tnclu Uiiii tne cnrb'.DK and the tru iters loDgsld, shall be borne by tbe owners of mm aaj fining prcperxy, ana bpcu coki bl all be apportioned and charged with abnttiog lota in proportion to their respective fronts, and Phall be paid by the owners of snch lota reepeclvely. Bee 2. And t e it farther ordained That If the owner or owners of property who are re quired by the General Council lo coi strnct bidewalks, enrbe or gutters lr front of the ssrae ia:i nr reruse 10 consirnct me ine ;u accordance with the requirements, tuen in addition to the remedy provided bysrticle ii. cnapier nagtH sv aa omu oi aima Ulaest, the city enelneer Khali prrceed to ad- ve tise for blda for the construction of snob sidewalk, - alter or curb. In accordance with tne terms nnd pro lsions of section article t, caapier page ta., brirges uigeet, wn; n Is hereby adopted, and is uclared to apply to !he constrcction of sidewks, gutters man caruti, auj weu m 10 int? paving oi aireeia alleys aud avetaes. Sec. x. And be it further or.:aln?d, That sections 2, 4, 5. B and 7 of artic e , chapter alii, pages 3Jj,ifi7 una BS, urldges' Digest, are uereoy auupiea, anu ere oeciareu to ap ply as fully to toe construction of Ridewa ks gutters at d curbs as to the pavlcg of the streets, alleys and avenues ol the city, and ssm auTic. imprrea t-y ttie sata sections npon the General Council, and npon the several omcers of the city, in reference to the oav lng of streetSj aUtys and avennes.are hereby Imposed upon th m in reference to the con struction of sidewalk, gutteis and curbs, as folly aa If herein specified. Bee. 4. And -e It further ordained, That every contract for the construction of any such sidewalk. gutter or euro shall distinctly u.i mat me coniracior reues exclusively upon the owner cf the prope ity ln front ol which the work is to be done, or npon the lien given by the city charter upon the prop erty, ior p ymeut ior tne wora to he done, and thai the c ty is m no event to he held liable for any part of cost of buch work. sec 5. And be it further ordained. That nothing herein contained shall impair or af feet any remedy now existing by ordinance to compel lue construction oi eiaewaiaa, gut ters and curbs, ut such remedy hall be and remain ln full force and effect See, 6. And be It further ordained. That this ordinal ee take ecect and be ln force from Mid alter its passage, Massed first resuilng by Council, and re ferred to their ordinance committee. No vember 3, 18 1, ana re!epred by Board of Ai de, men by their ordinance committee, No vember 3, l7i. Upon an ordinance, the bs'ter to regulate the laying dowo of sidewa.ks, gutters and curbs: patted at first reading by Council, and referred to their i-rdinacee com ml ..tee, : v em ber 3 MUft fame action ty Board of Al dermen, ovAiber o, KBiX Sons t ottrd of Aidermen'H lA-dinance committee report that we have eria ned the above ordln aooe, and therefore, recommend Its adon tion. Keport nerved and concurred in, when the ordinance passed a first readlrg, and on motion the ru 'es were bus pec ded. per provisions of the fourteenth sec-ion of the city charter, and the ord (nance passed a sec ond and final reading by toe Board of Alder mtm, December fl, 1ST! : psssert second read ing by Council. December It H7I. Approved December Jtt. JOHN JUHNiSON. Mayor. Attest: I. EL Kichabds, City Belster. dS) ORkJ.rtACE. Pe It ord-lned by the general council of the city o: fiir :r as roiiows. Tnat tbe grade or Klfth street, from tSycamore to tufiaraus street, be hereby no change t as to drain the water faJJtpgoa said street, froin tireenlaw to aaffarankarand from treen:aw to sycamore streets, aud tnat the grades of Mill and Green law streets, between Jr'ouith and Sixth, ore changed to correspond with the grade of Filth street, as above described. Kererred to im provement committee and city engireer. De cern ier b, 1671. Amended by Ai 'ertaan Hstiis, by Including Fourth st; eet. so that 'hs grade of the same shall coriestoi;d to WUUm sfeet, and refe.red to linprov meut co nmittee by board ot aldermen, Decern er 6, 1871 Your joint Improvement committee recotumend the adoption f the ordinance aa originally presented, t hereupon the ordinance passed a first reading by council, when on motion the rules vere, in conformity with the four teenth sectio n of the city chnrtor. appended, and the ordinance pasaed a pecond and final reading. December 11, 1671. Passed first red lt g by Doaxd of alderu-ea auies snarended as above, and the ordinance passed a second and flnai reading, December It, 1871. Approved December 19, 1871. JMO. JOHNSON, Mayor. Attest: L.K. BiCHanne City He: later. dciO ORDINANCE. An 'ordinance to fix tne compensation of members ol the general caancli for the en suing two years. skctiom 1. Be it ordained by the aeneral council of the city of Mempnla, That the compensation of members of the general ceuncil for the ensuing two years, snail be ftSjO per annum each, to be paid monthly, at tne end ol each month. Sec. 2. And be it mrther ordained. That this ordinance shall be submitted to the quali fied voters of the city, at the regular election tone held on the fist Thursday of January next, and that the same shall take efiect tn m nd after Its ratification by a majority or the qualified voters at said election. Passed first leading, when, on motion, the rules were sus pended, as required by the fourteenth section of the city charter, and the ordinance pasaed a second and final reading by the board of aldermen December s 1871 Pased first read lng by counci'. Then, on motion, the rules were suspended by reqoiiemeat of tne four teenth section of the city charter, and the oedinance passed a second and final reading by council, December 11, 1871. Approved December 18, 1871. JOHN JoHSaON, Mayor. Attest: L. R. Richards lly Register. dsc30 NOTI CB WAmWOKMI, An ordinance authorising the city to sub scribe for stock in the Memphis Water Oom pany. Bxorrow 1. Be it ordained by the General Council of the city ol Memphis, That the city of Memphis shall sub-crl oe for one thou sand shares, aggregating one hundred thou sand douars oftne capital stock ol tne "Mem phis Water Company;" Provided, that tne cipltai sloe of the said water Coa-pany fcbaii first be increased by a vote of the stockholders to, and fixed at, tbe sum of two buudred thousand dollars. Bee. 2. And be it further ordained. That the abovo proposition snail be spread npon. the records of tn Cteneral Council, ana the may or; after giving twenty days notice of the time, place and object of the election, shall cause an election to be held try the qualified voters of the city, according to the ;aws rag ntatlng other city election, for the purpose of taxing U.e sense of the said voter upon the proposition to subscribe lor u-w sad one thousand charts of stock; and if the assent Of three-fourths of the qualified voters of the city, who vote at the sld election, ia hd at tbe said eiecUou.lo the said subscription, then this oidinasce shall becouse aud be binding and obligatory ; but it three-fourths of the said voters fall or refuse toss sent to the aaid subscription, then this ordi nance Is to be null and void Bee 8. And be it further ordained. That the mayor, upon the return of the said elec tion,. tnree-fouxths of the qualified voters ot tne city assent thereto, snail enter in the hooka of the "Memphis Water Company." upon sach terms and conditions, and under snch regulations and res rictiona as the Gen eral Council nas already prescribed, or may prescribe or agree upon, a subscription in be half of the city for the said one thouiand snares of stock, which subscription shall thenceforward oe blading npon Uie city, and ahail entitle it to all the rlgnts, privileges and Immunities of a stockholder. Passed first reading, when the fourteenth section ci the charter was suspended, and the ordinance passed first and second read lr g by board oi aider men, December li, 187 L Passed first reading by council; rules sus pended, as required by city charter, and passed second and final reading, December ii, 1871 Approved December 14, 1871. JOttN JuHMHOX, Mayor. Attest: L. R. RicnARuti, city Register. deldad Thursday J nuary 4, 1872, asn t he rionra of 12 BB. and 2 a. ra Uie loliowlog deacr bed property, altnaUal in lbs -'117 af Kampala, busiuy conntj, la Dsaasa. to wl : Tbs wesl.ro ballot a certain lot ol gron- d tu s.ld etty, lying on lbs aoatb tide of Poniar street, aad froutlng ally leet oc tbe same, and extending ba. k. aoatb wardiy between parallel lines one unndred and fiity-nlne and cns-Uait (las;-,) leet loan alley, boon led east oy -.be Kennedy lot and west by Moses Levy, laolodlcg tbe improve ments tbsreon, wbieb will lis sold tn aaeb a way as to make tbe par'itiua wall between tbe Iwo tenements tbe dividing tine i etweea tbe two lots. Txuxi or Salb Onabali cask, balance lo Hi moDlba, wub notes and surety , len re tained to secure the -ame, etn. eubu.vd a. t. j'ja, a and a. W. H.Btspiiena, Attorney. delMds VALUABLE SUBURBAN LANDS FOR SJjX, So. 88, K. D. Second Chancery Court Thos. is ea: et al vs. K. J. B. L Winn et sj. mm- By virtue ot a consent decree of the Second Chancery Court of Hhelby county, en tered in tne above c -use, 1 will, at my effioe uo' r. on aecoua sireei, jsempnis, oner a. puoiic saie, on Wettnetday, January iO, 1872, within legsl boors, tbe lata of land dealf BBBBBi and numbered from 1 lo 5i lncloslve. on tbe plan of subdivision or 477 acres of lan I Ueio. glue to K. J. B L. Winn, iltnate ln .-..c.by oonnty, on tbs new Kaleigb road. ana ooanaeu in pan on tie norm oy won river, liicae iota, as laid on on tne plan now on exltibtt'on al tbe office of the Clerk and Master and ot complainants' aullcltor, L.B. McFarland, Ksq., embrace 5. d. 10 and 12 seres. These lots, or any ol tbem. will be sold on a credit ol alx and twelve monies; notes with security will be required of tbe pur chaser, and lien retained to secure tbe de le: red payments. Tbeaa lands are all timbered, fertile and sell adapted for hm ai.i, r AKMd, or .'or gar dening purposes. Bach ba i gal us aa will beoflere-i in this land have seldom been oflei ed to the BpxcrLaTOB. lbs Wood-dealsb. the tiABouiB, and all wbo want residence property adjacent to and convenient to Meaipnla being to tbe line of tne raiiroad rrom SLemonis to nal.lan. and only 1 aiiien from Court oquare. - rail rartlcnlars and alalia can be hac at u.y o Cos, or of L. IS. Mcfarlasd, bol. tor complainants, at tne r-ianters insurance building. Mo. 41 Madison street, Meinpliis, Teuneasee. dnd M. o. L.BTKWART, Clerk and M-ster. Sheriff's Saie of Real Estate JL9 nam the 1rst Clrcoit court oi Hue! by county, ln favor of Henry Laird and Hsvraii Ia. Laird, b next frtecc1. stenrj La rd, sua ist A. M. Ferguson, l will seli. for casn, to lbs taigiM st bidder in front of tbt. Hdsiars office, oa econa i treet, and soawi ci Onion street, on Satirday, the 13th Day tf Juaary, 1872, The following lot or psucel of land, lylag aad be In ln Hueiby eoanty, n-aieof Xeni-eaaee, and in the cry of M- n phis, and boauieo as foiioas-s: iiesiiinins on the east aide of ie oto sir eet lai eet north o where iaoto s'reet creases the lt:cs anJ Havm. ey 11ns. at tne noriL west corner or H. O. route's lot; runs thence north aloes; the east aide of LoeJ.w t' eet sil feet; theiice souu parallel wits, lie. ttoto street to B. o. T ole's northeast corner; thence wtat with the north line of u. o. Toole1! lot to the nrginnin toeether witn The IsnproveiAients on the tame; levied on ss the prop-nyor a. M K- trusoc . to ;jy said debts, inures: and easts, saaie ottwein tne CasiKsry Sals af Rsai Estsis. mo. 132, 8. first Chancery Coaun of 8he.-" County. tt. M. Aisup, administrator da bonis o.io of the estate of Thomas B Cren abaw. deceased, et al va W. u. Kalney, ad ministrator of H.C stark, deceaaad. et ai, BT vlrtae of an Interlocutory decree tot sale entered ln tbe - -t.-irrsiBibn Si i'lh ali st pubuc auction, ta Um hlahest bidder, ta front ot tbs Clark and ajastar's offlee, Oresrlaw block, Sacoad atreet, la th. city of Memphis, Teni, cat TuMdiy, January 9, 1872, Within legal, hours, toe following deseiibed .PDwl,lt"t41 tabrMtT.XcTn , a7 m?' ,'2t1,, tret Paal of land ly. lng :n Shelby county and Stats or TianeB je, it being ons-baif of Uraat No. 17S tor ISO acrea. in range 6 and aaeUwa it- betiD ningal tneaoutnait aoross oi foe orlgSSi tbeae, weal oL. beared abJslxty-elgbtpolaBandthlrty-Bve links ta a fake In the south boundary ue of aaid tract; thence aortb to the n-.rth boundary Hue of aaid tract; thence nit totuenorta est corner; thane, south ro the beginning, containing one hundred aad eighty acres mora or less. 2nd- Also, one other certain tract or parcel of land, lying in aaid county. In range 5 nd aectioni, of tne eleventh surveyor's tr beginning at a wcltaoak markedly a., sou la Z chains and 7a Uaks north, and 17 ena'ns and 13 i:n is east o; the southeast corner ot -Mrautnera ana uooeo s jai acre t:;.y thence west 17 enatns and li links to a aaaka, three mat lo and blacxguns pointers on - traa Iher'i anu ti-jocl.'. east ocnndry Une: the..oe , south, pawing their southeast corner at -9 ciialns and 7 link is ail 47 chain- a ..; a links to a Uaks and wblteoax msrkd I. a., 1 two elm and on Wackgum pointer.; taenos w-st 17 chains and 7u links tu a stake and two I h rnbe.n pointer, on Benjamin Wtat'. east ; bouudary iiae; thsuos rouia 31 chains at llnxs to a slake and wh:u-o.k marked aVeV: thence east, erosalng West's crek at Usll caaics, crcsa Msry'a creea aUj coains. c ..mm as bmb aHaras. m au tt --iwT OS. O. t. JOHNSON'S MEDICAL DISPENSARY ana btaibj srntnri' rop BtiyBj laatwaau Washington aad. Adams atraatt nxsfi'Hia, un. la now perxuaQestly asasblnrml f-r lbs trta t meal oi pauonts, ootb male and t waoareaa matxmmayt aad all I i eunai arrsc orchltl, te o: a i ... 4 muu, p'-Bt ty. Impofci OUiiU 0' - JO socle;, aot a.; t rtas; n.. a , Usm xr.j." metbod. i Parti. -xt. of wo a or paln f Whites A iaritlea 4 ' Ulty or ka .am pile a. Tu. u..g by.etu.T., ailawUoMo from a as. I uB l hliiis. Uocorrhaa, Ula4,eXrt--tarJ nary 1 -is-assa; arypbintie or Xa rata or rupture; also ib aCscta y habit, raiaoas tha bod and ie:og Baotcnes ju ne i-oe. aeo: icy, dbtatness, dintacaa of signt, l-aaasa. .vlI .orabclxng. aversioA oss of rasmory, wist iiibb. eacu. in au; one case, bat all occur- BBBBBBBBH i inns cured by a asrav Hag of the sroalb, and ail rr i. .. - - O. -. BBBBBBH rrsnneas, anu oftacftttaaa) , -raoaaily or ring a. :. ume hoars l Sl.1V BJ t- li wn an am. I iSeguiie. iu book mm lo -f aa ii -sj aud IO .c tos boo-a ol w o cl'H-K a. n. and 4 doe MAKC JH J. WK1 'irtT.bberlf. Py W. W. Co iiL.ii, l.'epciy Hhena. Wilscc A laard, Aitornnya ior Plaintiff, li scene her ' .7i. d!4 Prolate Court Sale oy No. T. K. D. In the Frobite Court of (Shelby county, i eiiiiJ'ssee-iBsaraww uow, sumin lstrator of th e-ttLe of Eaward Uuerry, de ceaseo.va. Ara Cnerry. L ;-.DfeK and by virtne of an order ot sale, I made in the above cane at the urueut (Decemue ) term of the Probate Co rr of r?neioy cfunty, rennersee, i win sen st pub lic auction, ln rront oi the court-house ooor, on Union street, ln the city of Meaipitls, on Tuesday, January 9, 1872, within legal hours, the following described lana Betncpart of entry No. M' or 193 acres, ln the name of lui ward Cherrv. dated on the 5t q day of April, lM-t, bounded as oliows : Be ginning at the northwest corner of said en try, ai a s- aae z unu sou n ox a sweet gum marsied : thenoe east 83 ihatnw and au links to a BtztSie ha Fish Lishi. from wulr.i; annth west M links to a locust marked ; thence k u a st4 chsln-t sua bo Unas to a stake, from which north 40 41V east 40 links, a white oak m i. lied P; thence east 1 chain and 6 links to astske.trom which north ai'ai west 31 links, a box eider marked W ; thence south 14 chains and 44 links to a stake, Irom which south 3o 3C west 34 links, an e. m marked K C; thence IN chains and 'iO links ton small back berry mar keo K B; thence south 22 chains to a -take on the bans, of Furceil C hute, n tar a cotton wo-.m maraeu x ; inenca up sa-u cnute wun the olJ l:Dks or meander tbereof nnrth sV KKweat iJ0 chains north, 67 west, 4.42 chains north, B 4aV west. 7 12 chains nortaeo west, ll chains north 77 it' west. 5.37 chains to a stake 4 links west of a cotton wood msrkei W; thence north 34 chains and so links to a stake 78 links . t au elm marked W ; thence W. 15 64 chains to a stake; thence N. y chains and links to the beginning, coDtaining lt& acres, and lying anu being cn island iso. 4U, iu slhel by eoanty. Tennessee. Terms of Sale Un a credit of seven months, th' purchaser executing a note with ap ft'Oved security 'or the purchase money ; a len will be retained on the land. Jfiquity of, redemption forever barred. JAXUS Hir.r j.T.Y, Clerk, fiy J. H CiTXaiaSir, V. C. Kindo-oli, Hammond fc Jordon. eols. for couiplainaDts. dtf-sst Sherirs Sale ot Keal Estate. BT virtne of an f xecallon from the Second Circuit Ocn:t of t?beibv county ln favor of E. M. A p person and U. V. Katnoaot, part ners, etc vs. Morse nnus- u anu ta. n. fceiicy. 1 will selllo tbe b'gl'est bidder, for cash, ?n front o: the therm's oflloe, on Sec ond street, near Dnio i street, in tbe city ol -Ytuapnis, euieioy county, state CI iennes- MSj 0i Saturdfty.the 13th day if Jaiitry, 1872. the following described lot or pareel of snd Ivina and beine In ibe countv ol 9hel- i.y and State of Tennessee, and ln theeity of Memphis, to wit: l.ot No. 4 ln the subdi vision of lot Ha ln olock o. u ss laid down on the rr-ap of couth Memp: is, ooundeii as follows: itevlnnlng 60 feet rrom the intersection of Male sua Linden street. on the west sld of Main and north std of tlMH "treets, BsM runs thence nortnward ly with the west side of Main st eet 26 eet to the corner or the let ro d by W. O. Searcy to A. W. itynuin; ihe C6 west t'-trallel with Linden street 25 feet : tbecre s.,ath nsraJlel with Main street : 5 feet, thence east 125 eet te the beginning 50i io pay saio eci,! u teres anu costs -aie between the uoursoflO o clock a.m. and 4 p.m. ss&tw ijs j. wiubiii - onerin. Br W, W. CoIaXstaa. tiepnty bherifl. December 13, -7i. Myers A Watt.Attyforplslntlg. dlSfrl IN SUFEE : URT AT JAGHSOAi. No. 7-BeconJ Cbancerr Conrt of Bheltry coccty n. ti. Wililtortl al ml vs. H. b. Martin .1 al. , iY Tiitneola .lec.-PSBronotiricar! Jaae !5lh, . r 1.71 by tne pnprtme Coart al Jacaaoa, ln Ihucaoae . win fell mi- i,.,. tucl dar. ln iront or tae Second Cnaiieery ooarW 'oomon beoond street, la tne cityof Me.. pnla, 0l Unity, Ue I5U day f ianua y, 18:2, the real estate mentioned and r" escribed la tne pleadings as follows: Ki eat. a 13 Ins ci y of Mempnls. Blieluy county, 1 111 BlBaaa. on til east side ol at sin street, aud desig nated ob Uie map 01 said city or Memphis as lots :. . 7 and , ln block Mo. 5 aalnjpari 01 orl.Uial cranty lot 44, sBbclivlued and partiUoi.ed auioag tiie hal ant Joa.-pii M Taloot, daceaaed, by decree of the ccm mon law court of tbe city of Memp tin, and naraoercd m said plan or partit on and din alon aa lot. Nos.7and eacn fronting 11 M UU leet on Main street, aao raanmc bnck east warcly lie), ton u ao. alley. Said iotsos 7 and 8 eonatit'Ue the aortbem portion of tbe bork ol balidicas known a. n i-rov.ne nioea. toge'.hr with ail, tbe improvements and appnrt.nacs. tn.reto b-!o. am. Said iota wi . 1 be aoid separately. Tsrms of aais blx, t eive and eltcbieeo (S, 2 and le) months credit pnrei.aa.s aivisf; notes witc approved .enrity. and a ilea re talned rpon tte property lor payment of the purc.iv ne muuey. xttuity ot rstltmplicn uwir'i. Qb. Wl.il.U.tU uuoia Dscember li, 1H7 1 . JtH!l H. PHRKMAN, Clerk. Kstcs et laekaon solicitors aeciiuia Lbancery Sale sf Rsai Estate No. li, R. D. 1 n t b s Secoo d Chancery Court of onciuy county, lenueesee . a. Xorc, u.-ruiac, ic. vs. joun r . uamer. j Y virtne cf an inierioctuory decree for mj ikie eniereu in tne above ciiae. j will seli at pa oiie auction, to the hleh est bidder, in irontof the cie.k nn.: Master office, tireenlsw block, SecouO street, city of Saturday, tkm 6th day of January, 1872, witctn legal noura, the foilowing dtoCxibaiU prupiL wit. ACMES) F LAID, In section 6, range a, cf toe UUeventh Sur veyor m jjiavrici in iipton county, Teice see, beginuxg a: a bjxeidcr In the soathtai t-dae o: a sbmth or nond wth c. ttonwooii poinWrj, the nor hweet corner of attw acre tract granted to TLomae ioLk by theetaieof funii uttroiiLas sjua - (AS ncrt watt coi ner of aSkSY' ere tract eejeo to Win S Gar ner by Andrew J. ro!k on the 10th day of January, lea., anu lumaisTs; snssnee si-uii. ab , east 76 chains toaatakeoa tne north baxk of Keececieek. with oeaca pointers: tnence souui 3 west cAsuns o m ...t t uj .u. tr -e; thenc? north so dtgrccs weTtrcbalm 13 Uiiks lo a&take, 23 links south, 31 wtstcii box oi"ier marked , with swet.t cuu; po.ut ers; tnence norm 1 , east U v ..ui i )..usto tne beginning; btung i.ne -e la-.i set a par: to John r . (iaruer by the connty cou't of oheib.' county, as snowu by r ot; of commissioner in minute book B. iNu 14, page ass ui BaalM CUIUI, TerriiS of Sale-One-hsif cash and U e olheT hair in twelve months .ioindayorsale.ro- miuiug a lieu on me iana io s. cure the pay men I of the same. Deceuber 1 1K71. M. L Ia, bTki WAKT. Clerk and Ma-ter. Tohn A On .y. sol, fore mp.'t. declo Allichaaat Notice. James Brown vs. ilitrris Khoi.es. QsWUssI JaMI-aS HAjUlA,a JuaUce ot ttJ JJ reace for Shelby county, Tennessee. 1 tnis case an artscomert nav n i- n De oat oy tne pisintis aslrst the oe.enui unuer seeuon Haao 01 ;ne ccue sua n .t jo.o bavmg been duly returned int Court U vied by garnishment upoii the m n-- or pruocrtv of the defendant in the hands of oue John nmyon, anu ne having answered tnst he nei eucn mcnt-yor pAUfertj o , .ee!cna ant, ana amaavit huv ug oeen m-vut- Lia.t uae acir-Ddaiii is justly luutDicu to the piaintl evitienoed by aeon ant, lu tne rum o one hanared and e'guty dollars and Interest, aud that the defendant i a non-resident ui the Stste ot the Xenness: It lb tbsffejtBars ordered bv lae C: art. That thedefunaant. Harris ithoues. appear belore me, at my office, in the city oi M-nipbl4. Tenn., on the ttth day of January , s7a, a: lu o'clock a.m., ana deieud the mr- or the suit wui oe proeeeaea wi.h eits te: it is tirnr ordered, that this pabiicauoa be made in the Mem puis i.'siiy Appe., s. newspaper pub tishtd lu the city oi Memrhi.-. !-r :our coii- seca ii ve weeks n om this date the 1st day or December, uf7u J iMhis iiA'.u- J. i K HatcLilnson, Att'y ior Pi iT deSsat -TO TAXPAYERS SHELBY COUNTY. THE TAX BOOKS fortheyear 1871 are now ready, and I will attend at the f blow ing named plaoea for the purpose of reoelving tbe State and County Taxes for the vear 1871 : District No. I. st Freed A Boyd's store, Sat urday, January 6th, 1S7J. District No. 2. at Bass' Store, Friday, Janu ary 5 th. District No. S. at Bolton's store. Thursday. January 4th. District No. 4. at Cuba. Wedneadav. Janu ary 3d. District No. 5. at erelne bofse corner See- on ii and Adams streets, Wednesday, January 24Ul. District No. 8. at BaJeieh. Friday and Sat urday, January 12th and 13th. District Ho. 7. at Eartlett. Wednesday and Thursday, January 10th and llUi. District No. 8. at Shelby Deoot. Monday. January 8th. District No. . at Flsherrllle. Tuesday. Jan. uary nth. District No. 10. at Co'llerVllIe. Monday and Tuesday, January L5th and 18in. District No 11, at Oermanlon. Wednesday and Thursday, January 17th and 18th. District No. IS, at Mechanlcsvlile. Saturday. January 30th. Dial rict Ho. 11, ary SM. at Arnold's, Monday, Janu- Dlttrict No. 14, at office corner Second aad Union streets, Monday aad Tuesday. January Mb and Utii. Dla'rtct No. 15. at Jacob Brest's itore. Chel sea, Tuesday, January 23d. District No. 16. at White Station, Friday, January lllth. District No. 17, at McDonnell Church, Tues day, January 2d. WM. MCLEAN, Tax Collector of Shelby County, d8 State of Tennessee. Notice to Stockholders. THE regular annual meeting of the Stock holders of the Herman National Bank of Memphis will take place at this bank, oa TIISSDAT, JAXTJABT 9111, 1873, between the hours it 10 o'clock a,m, and J o'clock p.m., for Ihe purpose of choosing thirteen directors to serve during the year 1873 MARTIN OR1FF1N, Cashier, da tier man National Bank, Memphis. Non-Rnidftat Notice. No. 1,N. K.-In the First Ccancary Court of cueioy fouiuy, xeaneesee. James . iem pie ys. John Qager et aL T appearing that a bhl was filed, as lndi . caied by above statement, on Anaust 2ft. 166. which wits s worn to. statin ft that aefena- ants, John Oager at d Miriam Lv Wager, were non-residents of the State of Tennessee, that aaid John Oager was ludebUd to com plainant ln the sum of IZiJU, ss evidenced ty a promissory note payable in six months from Match 4, lflbl; in pursuance of which au attachment was Issued against said de fendants An gust 38, 165, and re turn t a levied on their property; that on December 13, 1&7L an amended bill was filed by complainant which wss sworn to, Htatlng thai defendants. John Uager, Miriam L. tiager and Kichard 1, . jsiuer, are lion rcsioenisor xennessee: it is therefore ordsied, That they make their appearance herein, at the courthouse in the city oi Memphis, Tenneaaos, en or be fore the first Monday in February, im, and plead, answer or demur to com claimant's original and amended bii', or the same win oe tsjeen ior oonioossa as to them and set for bearing ex parte; and that a copy of th's erder be pub lished once a week, tor four successive weeks, ln the Memphis Appeal. a copy .iuss i: EDMUND A.COLE. Clerk and Master. Bv K. J. It lack. Deputy C. nd M J. . Temple. Sol, for complainant. dl4 thu flsa-Resident Notic, No. 445 B. D In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby County, Tennccsesw OeSaTge Hume vn. i.l set te Vablmanii, H. Vahimann and others. IT appearing from affidavit filed in this cause that the defendants, Lisette Vahi mann, H. Valhmann, Louis Aettmann and Ueorge Kettmann are non-residents of the State of Tennessee and residents of Havo ver, 'jtermarfy: It is therefore ordered, by the Clerk and Master, That they riake their appear ance herein, - at the court-house oi the Second Chancery Court of Shelby county, in the city ot Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday in February, 183 and plead, answer or demur to complain ants bill, or the same will be taken for con fessed as to them and set for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week for four sneeesstve weeks In the Memphis Appeal. This December 14, is71. A copy attest: M. D. JL STS.WAKT, Clerk and Master. By C. Bklcb.es, Deputy C. and M. Wescoit ft Stanl. Sols, for com p' It. d!6 sat Cnancery iale of Real Estai. Ro. 104. K First Cheneerv Court of Hheibv wunij.-cs. m sswsBsswaw va. A.Uis jsanjc uraosiaw et ai. 1Y virtue or an interlocutory decree for mj ssue eniereu in inv ..imvt c.use October . 1 71, 1 will sell, at puoiic aucuou. to ihe blgb-esi- bidder, in from of toe Cicrk and Masir'a oQice, Greenlaw Block, Second street, oily of n u Lap: is, xenneesee, on Friday, Qecsmbcr IS, Ui7 within legai Lours, Ihe foil owing described proper i, auuaiu 111 sneiy county, Tenons see: section i hree (St, raDg- eigbt i8k allev enth Survey era ENssnsftj Beaiunicg at .eu hunch s northeast corner with reduak poinLer; thence tori a iori chains to a stake seven ,) links wes; oi a post.afc marxed A A'r; thence West eight chains ioriy bii iinaa w to a H.is wiin iitcaury pointers; inenue oain ion cn-sins to i aiakeon Ben tnneh's north line w.th twrnm gum pointers; thence boh; eigiit ttf) chains ioriy-ii vo) i.us.e to '.lie oegii'. 1. 1 ng. co lng ihtrty-loor and otie tentb (34 I-1C, . coutain- asaws br sni vey. and is lot No. one 11. jv decree ol pariuioi- made tnthecoanty cv-aitof Siieibj county, ut its Dtcemoer term, 1887, in, th ease o; s. J. Bradahaw va.Ma.Ue C Brad shaw et ai. Tsssa or Hals-One tKlrd (m) oasb; ba.- anoe in equsl psymtnts st ti auu iJ months irom daiy ol a,: puiciiaaci itjLi..du lu ex acute notes with approved security ; lien re- IsUnkHl, mi At request of attorney, the above saie la poe.pouttU nuui feature ay, i ait uary 6 .872. IkDMUlTO A. COL jc. Clerk and Master. L. E, McFarlana, Attorney. noli wta die sat Trttatad'a baia of Vakfsslsla Property UNDER and by virtue of the au'uonty vetted in me by a certain Trust tr eated oy K. r. Wait, bearing date the lltn May. 1a7L of record ln the Begister's office ol shtlby connty, ln Book No. M. page ss, io which reference is here had, and made ior the purpose of securing certain uco-s Lnerei menUoneu,! will, on Tuesday, tSa 26tb OnwsSiir. AT, Between 10 o'clock am. and 1 o'clock p.m., at the southwest corner of the interaec. lot oi Main aad atsdison streets, in the alt ol Memphis pr -ceed lo sell, ior caah, to the uigheata a Leal bidder, the loUowlnc lot cr parcel ci I ma, Isiui !n sa.ddtj oi Memptii-, and desert td as foDowa, Tls: - Beginning ai a point on the north aide of Adam, street extended lira), feet irom U. W. Cheek 'a aoalh wst corner; then", westward.)- along the north aide ot Adams street a7 feet, more or less, to a atake; tnence nrtnwardly ia feet to the south line of Washington street; thence eastward!; along tne aouth line ol Washington atreet U last toastake; thence aouthwardiy ilm (eet, more or leas, to the Dsglnnlni oelng psrt of country lot Jlo 4W, and IM oilier parcel of ground conveyed by John W. Wtlkei to Martin and K. f. Wa-t a. deed dated October la, laea, and by Aartin Walt to at. P. Wait by deed dated ovember -7, laea, and registered ln Book Mo. 73, page au, to which reference Is made. The right or equity of redemption is expressly waived In said Trust Deed, and the title to tne property Is believed to oe go d, bull will only ae.l and convey as trustee. Is M Ait i i U illFFLN. Trustee, etc- NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 438, In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. am 1 Watson vs. The Book and Tract i-oclety of the Mem uls Conte.enoe, the President, Secretary , Irectors, rtocknnlditrs and "all others wbere notes are held by the society un paid." IT appearing from the bill duly sworn to ln this cause that the defendants, "ail others whose notes are held by the society unpaid," are non-residents of the State ol Tennessee, cr that their residences are un known ; It is therefore ordered by the Clerk and Master, That they make their ap pearance herein, at the Courthouse ci the Second Chancery Court, ln the elty of Memphis, Tenn., on or belore. the Ural Monday ln February, l7l, and plead, gn awer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to I ham and set for hearing exparte, and that a copy ol thla order be published once a week, for four auooeasive weeks, in the Mem phis Appeal. A copy attest: M. S. Ia STEWART, Clerk and Master. Humes Poston. SoIa tor comp.'t. da4.fr ftoo-Rartieot Notice. No, Ma, K IV-In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby county. Tenneageo. DsBoto Bank of Memphis et aL vs. L. K. Gilbert and others. Iff thla eaaae It appearing from the petition of W. H. Eastland for writ ol error coram nobis, etc., that the cefendania in aaid peti tion, Francis P. Fsrnail, Francis p. Fur nail, r.. Kenwlck Champion and Isaac 27 Davis, Arm of F urn ails. Champion A Co., are non-iesldents ot the State of Tennessee: It la tnerelore ordered by the Clerk and Master, That aaid defendants in aaid peti tion make their appearance herein, at the Court-house ol the Second Chancery Court of Shelby county, ln the city of Mempnls, Tennessee, on or belore the nrst Monday in January, lan, and plead, an swer or demur to said petition, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy of this order be published one a week, for lour successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. This November tt, Vtn. A copy attest: M. D. U STEWART, Clerk and Master. By C. BBLCBkA, Deputy C. and M. liana Mcioweli, Sols, lor complu.(BMsj Sber f. Sale of Psrtoaal Property, BY Time of two executions fron the Second Circuit Court of Shelby countv, in avor of Wm. Coward va The Citixens' L nion Bank andr-thera. I wlllaeli lor assb. to the h;gbet bidder, in frontof Captain i-srry Maruistau's office, No a Jefferson street, on Wedawday, the 27th day tf OtMBjbtr.ld?'. one large iron safe, lev ed on aa the proptr'y of the Citisen'B Union Bank to aatiafy aaid execution and coat-, sale ln legs hoars. December 14, is i M AK. CS J. WRIGHT, Sheriff. BT Isaac Rossbk, Deputy Sheria. J. E. Temple. Attorney tor FT a. deolS SM-Resideot Notice. No. ass, B. D In th. Second Chancery Court oi sneioj county, lenneaaee. Memphis and Ohio Railroad Company vs. James M. lomsnyard Lis wife, Fanny A. lomeny, W. H. Fltche.lr , et al. IT appearing Irom Affidavit filed in tnis cause that the deienuanta. James OA. T:ni eny and his wife, Sannv A. Tomeny, W. H. Fitch, Jr., are non-resld c'-j ot the State of Tennessee: It Is tnerelore ordered by the Cleik and Mas tar, Thattney maketiielrappe.rBt-e bersan. at the Courthouse of th. Second t"n.,ncery Court of Shelby eoanty, In the eitv o' Mem phis, Tennessee on or before tl,e tM Mon day ln FeDruar,l7x,and plead, kiib-u.- or de mur to oosapiaiaaat'a amended bill, or the same will be taken tot conieaaed as to them and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy of this order be published once a weak, for four successive weeks, ln the Memphis Ap peal. Thai December 14,171. A copy attest i MYn. U STEWART, Clerk and Master. By c. BarcHxx, Deputj- C. aad M. Thna. R. Smith, Sol 'or eomolts. did aat . jlar-. a t anc B3 Iinaa to a atake and hickory marked '. i.. 3.. OU Heed a Butler', mmmm I of their oIO acre eurvey: thence north 7 csrIm .1 .uiAs io u. begir.r.i.-ig, saBtaxalaa uu mwr j auu one-natr acres, by survey hearing Oat. the lath day of March, tbs. being tne same heretofore dead 1 to aaid r.iakl.i Sander im and h! aeirv granted in fee bv Lb state ot T.nnu. -,i grant No mmtt of data, June sin, aM8. and re corded ln register's o3m al Jackson, In Vo:um.ll. 3d. Aj one otnax certain tract or pare! of land lying In said county in range 6. hcuu 2. of th elevearta aurveyor'a district, oesin cing at a stake u links west of a Bopaar marked W. s.. tn aortnwest c.imer i i .i- aon S ilerlin . Siacre entry. No. ; tnence south Jb chains an. 47 links to a stake, o links west of a blaekgnm marked W. -.; tnence wt 4 chains and 44 Unks to a suka. three m.i:..e and black -gum pointers; Ihenc north ii chain, and 47 links to a aaaka; thence east 4 imalna aad 63 links to toe -ginning, containing eleven and one-loon r arres by survey, bearing date the d day of oepte tuner, latf. 4th. Ail ci that tract of land lying in range 4 aad section a, oi the elevenlL a: veyofS dAtrict of saelby county, balng par to.' grant no, m for aaSjaaJsa in in. na ne cf Benja min -:ro g. and bounded aa follows: Hegln nlng at a .take black oak pointer. Ins n.r.n- amai corner ol A. i.ren.naw'a land; tn-.-uc. aouti a- .sues to a slake anu dead Bwal .ait pointer ; tnence east ila po.ea, vave ;. anUke nBiak Husky's line; thaace aorta k4 pcies to a stske. dogwo- nl ai o iMiuierh. a.l Blake uaakv'a nrnii. cornel ; thenoe west lis po.ea, save ; links, to tn owamn.ng, containing aavenry-iwo 1 one-ha..' acres. in. A certain tract of land lying and be ing in sneiby county. State o. Tenne.. .n range!, section i, gran tea lo Wiiaou eaaun- !in oy me ptai u: tennesMe, by grant ; i. j.tt, bonuded aa follows, to-wlt: rHnjln;-' g at a stake ut the norm eat corner of -. acre tract, running west 44 chains al tn - u a stake .3 ! nks eoutneaet of a poat oak markl i . eu, corner of "ta.-ke's Bom tract ; ihnc a. utn t mt 3 links to a s'ake, wcjiii.. .oraer oftne Farrabee old tract: Haanraj west eig teen chain, totne northeast corner ol th. Reed A Butler sow acretrvt; thence aoutn UJbU 'r. to . .take, wnl . oak and ash pointers; thence east 1.21 chains to the suulnwest comer or bii acre tract ; tnence nortu .1-7 j rh n to tn - oe..n lUng. containing one anndrad and engn-c.-n acrea. 6th. A certain tract of land granted lo Wllscat Sander! in by the State of 1 ., - V.. la 11 1.1 uk.lh... -ennes.ee, in range i, section J. and bounded as louowa, to-wit: seginuing al meson-. . west corner of U7 act. tract, running aoutn with Beed and Butler's line, 44 a eb.--.ne to a aiake with Spanish oak pointers: tn.no. ea.1 tfi.73 iiialnA to a atake with five hickory polntera in the northeast corner of Mason a ixaot; tneuce north Utittu chains to a stake, two ulckory and biaekoak pointers; tnence east . ju chain, to a atake 10 links aoutn of pos'.oak marked W. 8 , and two postoak pomlera; thenoe norm IB77S chains to tne not tu eat corner of Ui acre tract; menoa weat TT mi chains to the Oeglnning, contain ing Jto acres. Tin. Also one other tract of land granted to Wilson Sander, in by ihe State ol T ii iibsbbb. Cy grant No. 17.BM, lying In Shelby county, range -5, aactluu , and bounded as .'oilowe, to-wit: Begii-ning at the northeast corner ol axike1. lsu acre tract, running west 4. tt cnaina to a stake it links east oi a ; osto.uk. maiked W. s.; thence south 4U0 chains to a stake in the southwest corner of tt-: origi nal grant for & acres, Uisnee est 4i ou cuaiosto . atake in me aoutn west corner oi sia.ke'a lBS-aor. tract; thenoe rn.ro. i.... chains to tne beginning, containing on aiun tireo and eighty four and one-quarter acres. .tin a certain trad or paroel ot land. uateil on toe north aide oc woj river, in. range o, acctioa 1 oi tne il.o suivdyor . Dis trict, lu saelby county, state of TaiiiBaaBus. being part of grant No. 27 a, lorSBDin ihe name of Daniel BaAter, and bounced aa follow.: Beginning at stake, maple, poplar, hickory ana blacs oak pointers Is poles north of 9. Cociu 'a occupant claims, his northw-st cor ner; i hence east with teed and Butler'a line cnttins to a redoak marked W. M. ; then.-e south AO cnaina and) links to a small Clitck aaaw ; uu; tnence wart 13 chains to a. ake with wh Leo It and dogwood pointers ; thence nortn a chains and 40 links to a wiuteoa marked W. M.; thence weat Si chains to a atake, black and whiteoak pointers; t:ienco north U cnaina anu at links to the begiu-lng: containing any acrea. w.n. A tract of land ln the State of Tennes see end eoanty oi Shelby: Range a, scctious 1 and 2 and lllb Surveyor'a District, ooundeu aaloilcwa: Beginning at a atake and hick ory marked k. S.. the southeast corner of rAeklei Sanderlln's 1. -acre entry ; thence c .uth 2b chains and uu links to a stake - :m 3 biackgum pointers; thence .aat A enains anu to anas to a stake. Diackoak ana cicxory rolmce; thence south 6 cnalns and 4Unk. to a stake, postnak and biaekoak sapling pjla'era; thenoe west Si cnalns and ib nuke to a siaxe with whiteoak and hicko y point es: ihenje aoum 1 chain and IkjUnkAtja stake, hickory and hornbeam pointers; thence west across est creek, at 11 chains in all, II chain, and links to a whiteoak marked W. S, Wilson Sunderltn a oorner; tnence north la etaing and 50 Unka to a whiteoak marked W. H. : theoce east IS chains and JO Unka to a augartree marked B. W., BcnjAmlu West's aontbcaat oarBMBTl tnence norm '7 chains aodwillnkaioaemk; tnence e-at, crossing Wen creea, -A ehalna and 4 link a to the beginning; containing, try tstiniaiion, nw acres. lutn nn. certain tract of land, lying and being la the county of Soeiby and stat.nl leujeaeee: in rang, a, section 2. o' thel.tn urveyor h uistritl, bounded as follows, to- wit: Beginning at is in. l. - ng a aoum west corner; running south with the norm nocrrd arv line ol Ree.1 and butler a 5o c-acre sur vey 7e cnalns and ao links to a stake, he sou n weat corner of aaid auil-acra .urvu , menee eaat ui chains aeunk. to a stage mene. north h.iw. weai. croiaing the Ua gringe rowi at Mar 'a roek, ?t) chain, and 69 ii a. to a poplar marked A. i'M the so eaat corner oi Wiiaon Sanderlln's I .'- tract; thence west, crossing Sandernn 9 erf ek -6 chains, the southwest coiner eg ;-i- ere tract; thane i lorth 6 chaina siake t links weal of a rWmBla-p marked W. S . Wm strong's toiUim; ner ; Lu.ce. west 16 c.ai us 50 Unka t. ire be ginning; containing iJtft acrti, m. re o. also, a ceitain trac. or three; ..i .ann lng ' oeame on which W. W. Latvia now re sides. King and being in tue c -cnty of Sheiry, -Mate ol Tenness.e. in 9tn .1V-L Dla l. i- . joining and containing a part oi the village of FlsfaervlUe, and containing three t unured and two acr. a and thirty-nine I un leu.nao! an aere. and t vended a- Hifginnlng at a atake ln the mldn.e of the .a 2V in u irotc a siuicd norm ;o deaxeea t-ieuce 2b degrees norm lg chains an.: 10 Una ... a stake ln me in id-. Is of the load; ihesce weatoTchrnni and to Unas to aatake wita mckory pointer; theoe south as chains -o uaas to a stake witn two e'os'.oaa pointers: tnence east 5 chains 23 links to a atake with hickory pointers, thenoe south 7 ciialns c I:ck to a redoak marked " W. V, . tasaaa east ou chain- HI unka to a zuni in the ranch : tnence norm 10 chains to a atake witn walteosk pointer; mencaeast 11 chains 10 links to a atake iu the mldd-a of me road ; thence north is cnaina ta) links to a atake wltn -eh.te.cak and postoak pointers: tUence east tt cnaius and 44 links to a stake lu me cor er of ma fence; thenc. norm7cnaiaa bl l;nka to a atake at the com.ro: a noise lit, l nunc n--t i ehalna r Unas to a stake theuce north 2 chalna Ua l.nks to tne negln- ning; wn.cn wn. oe sotu acooiaing .o a tnr ve . t lerwir. to La daaUu lAnil nitn ner-.n. on or before me day of .ale; dividing same into IiaII Iracs ol convenient ante, ale. Tanas og Sana. On a credit of six, t f e'-e and elgnteen months, payable in s cuuai la stallments; purchaaers rtctulred to executa notaa wtm approvea snreues ; uen reserved to secure same. Equity of redemption barred. Title absolute. e t'.L Sli A. LUndc, Clerk and Master, c. W. araaer. Attorney. 47 . Ua. ce.y Saio tf Real Ettato. No. A,. N . it In me First Chancery Court of aneiny county jennie t.icnarusen, ncmi nistratrlx of C. G. Klch.rdeon, daceaaed, vs. William Richardson et aL BY virtue of aa Interlocutory decree for sale rendered in me above cause. March 30. -: . and renewed Octobers, 171. 1 will sell al puollc auction, to the highest bidder, m front of tue Clerk and Maater'a office, Greenlaw ttlc.es. Second street. In me city of Memphis 1C Saturday, OKOMhor 23, 1871, Wiii. in lesi boars, the foi lowing Lletcx.te3ti property, aitnateti ln Hnelby connty, Tan aeeiace, and on Frei-lJeni's Island. towlt: t -4 1 . ii ; ii; ai : Ue nortl. weat corner am Persona' uba mora tract; tabtUaea north a eat bcJki ciiaiua to tne middle can e of tne Miatalialseippl river; thenoe np it with Its nieandertnga to Lawrence' nortnweM cur mar; thence aontii 61 chaina to his aoatiiwest oorutf on Ar-areoot' north line: thenc w-t 5 claalna and S3 Unka to the beginning, coa- tai leg oy eajttatati n aoom uv acrea Isguu or Salz-ou a credit of alx. t waive and eighteen monioa, in equal payment, with intcreat from data: bond and good eeca rity rea aired; lien to be retained to secure aame. Kqaity cf redemption barred. Tola November ai, .all. JLaUMUND a. VOUL, Clerk and Master. Vance ik Anderaoa. att'y a. ni-Wnd Bill for Divorce. No. MS, R. in me First Chancery Court of rijemj i-uumj , .wiimm,-tiura L.va r A John A. Davis. X appearing rrom am davit in this cause idaI '.he at .'eniianL Jo n A. L'..i t citisenoi Pennsylvania, and a non resident oi the State of Tennessee: It is there, fc re ordered, that he make his ap pearance herein, at lb . court-house in me elty of Mempnls, Tenm, on or before the first Monday in febrnary, nttj, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or tn. same will be taken tor confessed as to him. aad act fei hearing exparte ; and that a copy oi this order u. published once a week, for .'our Baooaasive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. a copy Attest. r DM I MiA. COLI, clerk and Master. By it. J. .uaca. Deputy Clerk and master Koi.L 8e.-ro . SoL lor oumpl'l. tBfM and Chacoery Cou f ber term. . - i. , WlntaluA n. 'ne. vir.ae of . .un.tu prelu .-Aurt ol Te UP1, in lutam l:es Mar. -. --.r .DL OL a rMay. -TBI I safJ In sua. of vn Cobalj ad aa ordsr Qaaraon LAW k Allk U.UA I mat... viea id lurmer ty in ta -iu . .April aaaaa. in Bb dlog, -! - laSBM In mm i ar tiart of -.ilvn o ot m Maaa uaataaaalaajai lyina balaeai -oa . - aa. mmvt r'. 1 aoosv ri.ixi .inaa. iron -lag mi iswv oa ach ntreet. sua A.Snduig u. Jb, ITBABL one airae to 'he etcer, on wkieh are tero lr aj I 'v-.-.A-. rna.-.gai o , .'- ..::onA waiveo. lue till, at ouvd l Be tutu. ..in nru, .Ae. pi rox ock , ou. . con vey on j as trnalsw. Loia iiL-nr MilRl WiCTiLEK T ro.-. Un (gat, to a smk.- I corner of Chiincsr. Said af Hail WuU B. BBAv-r-.rAt CJ.c-ncwr Ooart of Hheiby eouc .j - mple, v, BLat TKnpia, Ia V vu.ue or an intoinjcctary deer, tar JU snsb, enter-u 'n me above eaua. Maraat 27. U71, and rne sed November Attn, ic7i, I will sea at t uoiic auction, to ta. h.gneat bldilar, in front of me c.erk anu mastar'a office, lireemiaw H.,xa, dacou - strati, la tear any of 2Ae.nph.is, Ti iniaaai a. in WaaeesJiay iluf8a-.Br 27ta, 1871, witn In lagal l jmiK, laoe ki .m, deaeriOwtU prcpert t-wi A oertau. .ot of three acrea o: groat, i, t-'uie and iaug uu ntmij ave te. b . iv. j ne 7 aaieigh roaaaW., aat Wftti oy uetea aud aoanii iiow. to wn. UeginTaini. 4 unju a-wst or elm maxfted "a, oo weatatuaor vt une av feet wkda, lefl wmw aawjaaa, oi uj rprT.y; Lnanee i ' am'-, i. Ai veet, to a ataa in ad av -uence do fin or weat, feet, to tnence nurtn i wu .-. y tmamM to t a La b. - We1. . .) -Caa t.at . - Mil LWAMl I lot Bo. u: ..j.viaiuu aux W mtnlrtea s Luaco norm -ar -jAai. wita aouth line oi ti i lot o. 4, aajw imni, to - -'-t'-m . a oiAg aaoi? eoavef -ad by 2H!f M and Mary . 'letDpit to Ciiiariut. m ieuj u.t oy aou. rvjrdtMl in oouk ab. pagea lt7, I and lav, on ma oi AO guai, ma rer:a of aaie One tiHnaand doilara oaalft requtabd o oe paid ; balance on a credit ol one aad two jean; iAO.ee, witn appnrvjd ee enrity, itu.reo.; iein lo oe retainea Uii tne y Tiranaar money la paid. CoMtABJaVaCUi C!tk and Maatar. &mlm eaxlaa. HL T.aaaVay Att ya. - iAancary Mia of Real Estaia oa Satarday, January 13, 1372. So. Ntf B. ft la ma UeoonU Chanoary Court oi ahemy county, Tennessee. a. atarie son, gii.rilian, etc., va a, A. Aearnain et aia. BT virtue or an order of aaia n-ade in this eause,! will sail at puollc ano on, to th high eat bidder, ln front of me omee of ma eecond Cnancery Court, lu me cy of Mam phis, Venaeasee, oa Salwaay, Jiiu.ry :3 1872, Within legal bonrm, the fOAiowing daaeribwd naA evtataa, to-wl atuateti. .j inaand beinaj tc-wtt : -.ylng iininediately ou M of anu ad tclnihg int) Jit.mpi.ls ana Charieaton nvU road on whlcn a. m, ateechaai now reaitaee, bjunoed on n5 ewt by The tanas tf BedUor j, nontntythe ulteon met, weat by tnoae oi i. snout and north by t-ie Mem?.. aaoel C'baileston n.i!road and tn la.'"- of hao tina, coutauAing two hanared uau tAurvy a. rea, just eaat of Fvrrt Um. Ten-a of nkiv Lme-thi u cnan, Oav anoe In one and two yaavra, notee beaming 'jx.m am iden roi-u - - . to aeenre amn deier.ed pay mania. Hut the aiX'VttnrlDed land wiil be ored at piivale aie nui te u.ue ijreaaid, at my oince upon in a luo torxna, uid I wiil. he wno e trac t acres on t acr i oil the . pUi cLaaera. f.a ear v eye inereoi anu t: not aoid u be ottered at . u. Inia -ect ::. at. D. U HTl 9 :ern tne or 5tl Juod of ;on wiih iy om;e--atme wlli . Ciera aad Maatar. dec.itda Ghancary Saie af Ra-J Estats. aVo. 11a. H. rt- irat Chnnoery Court ot beiby rjaniy, i-nti. - wa c-niae et ux. va. Jamea it Wait et ai. ta Y virtue of an lnterlo --ntcrv eiae fbr A able eutared ln tne aoove nanaa AoaiBal J, Urns, and ruewd 21ovemorr ui, -S7i, . wilt aeAi. at public aaci.oi.. to taue baI... Doar, iu uum oi tilt vttra ana, Mmni.t a t-nice, tirttniaw bao-'K. acaoond atreet, in tue ciy ox Mem pule, Tenneaaee, on WM prop Tbumav, itezembr 28, 187i, Kii hours, the following deartlMtf Auaialstra tor's ami Executor's Sot tloaorto. CotTHTI COUBT ClBTBk'S OrTiCB, 1 Memphis, Tenn , December SB, i71. f THE following settlements having been fliad ln say offlee, will be presented to the Probate Court of Sbelhy county, Twam, .or confirmation at ma January T:rm, IS71: Final settl.ment of Mrs. Ann Jones vs. Bxeeutrix of tne will of C. Jones, deceaaad. fletiloTBsnl J. N.Ford vs. Adm'r de bonis non of me estate ol W. X. Bonner, deeeaaed. JAUEU KEILLT, Clerk. By J. H. Ctn i.gsi, D. c. dxl NOTICE. AMKKIiSQ of the stock holders of me Merchant's Satlonal Bank of Memphis will be held on TUtJMJAT, me th day of January, Wi, at their banking house, corner Madlaon and Main streets, for th. purpose of electing Directors for me ensuing year. Polls open from 10 Am. to 1 pan. JNO. J. yBMMA-N, Caahier. Mempcns, ieoambr a, 171. da raOei-Reiidoot Notice. No. ir'l, B. II. -In the First Circuit Court of chuihy County. Blei Johnaov, Adm'r of Samuel Mi ler, deceased, vs. Josephine Al bert an.1 omera. IX appeto-lng from affidavit ii this cause that lue defendants, Babecca lata, Ann fe'sey si id Jane Jenka, half-si tera of ram oel Millc, deeasaed, p Lain tills in teat ate, hav Icg husoAnda, whose names are unknown, and Johs Miller, half-brother of the aaid taaaauel Miller, deceased, and other person?, whose names are unknown, srs heirs- at-law ol me (.tile of the aforesaid darn ael Miller, deceased, aad that all of their residences ai unknown: II Is therefore ordered. That t'cey make their appearance herein, at me Circuit Court house in me dtj oi Memphis, Tenn., on the fourth Monday in January, lsTx, and plead, anawar or uemur lo oomplainanta' bii , filed herein against mem as aeirs-at-law of said Bamuel MiUer, deceaaad, to sell real estate to pay debts, or me same will be taken far eosi leaaad aa to mem andaat for hearing exparte; and that a copy ol this order be published once a week, ior four eueoraalve weeks, ln the Memphis AppeaL Doneat omeAtnielltaday of Decern ber,i7L FRANK TAFT, Clerk. BT B. F. Col.aaiw, Deputy Clerk. Walker A Morrigan, Hols, for comp'ain aata. dll ma COTTON SEED. THE MAMPHJ.9 Oil. COMPANY will fnr ulah sacks on application, and pay 110 par ton lor sound aeed, either by wagon, rail or river. I.I. BAJtioj, .BupX loaxubaxl, l7L riaeU Tenn.. porhasec by w U on.y a Co.. ana ouui.. U. Coluer and wife; aaldi acres, more or less, an-i . w uealons snd A. vaeear will be sold according same, now on flie herein by J. H. cree fo. mjre at .-e m Ts.SU: Bwe.ve. i axtri-y tcr; -a. Ki. Ct-J.i ua ot tx. . .u oy J. nggAH . -u..A. ia luenoas, eta, Lof fix aa.1 . . . u good B In- erB- 3a.rrd. a m ter. i: iwed CHAN VrC. ft SATUr DAY, JAN UARY, I3TH, i872, No. lilu. In the becond Chancery Court of Boeioy county, Iennca.ee- Am on kuuso t n James eaiue eta.; Bo, Uii K. J. a. Im winn vs janiea i tin. A ax, 1 virtue oi a.-i o.-uer t : sa.e mane in meser cause., iwllleell. at cuun: auction o the higneal bioder, in front of the office of me Clerk and Master ol Lnertec.md raaaaa. Court, ia the city of Memphis, Tennessee, oa Satarday, Jiauary i3ih 1872, within legal hour.,, me following described reau estate, to-wlt eUtuaie lying aad being tu me county of : , iy, at te o? Tenneaaee, snd hounue 1 as iotlowa: H, ginning at Mc tJexsndai 'a normeaat corner, at a atake 30 lick, east of asweetgum, marked A; thence norm 37 chains, to me river, about one chain north of a large birch, marked W; bbbbbBBI ea.twardly with tne river to a cy pres, creek; tnence northwardly witn tae meanuerings or cyp.ess creek 'o the north line of Char aa Jones tract ; tnence east wtm said Jones' line eigut chains ; thenoe norm 7 ch a.ns to links to aaid Fame's north. wet c..ro . . tnence eaat with Paine', norm line anu 1; c Alexander', norm line 47 chains and .SS Unka, to th aaaj inning containing J.7 acres. Ttrnu oi sale caah Thj December 1-7L M. U. Im - i Wjfc.il', Clerk an 1 Master. tieo. W. Win cheater and Kortrecht, I raft A neaiaa, aoiA lor co npla rtanla. sstda . aoa-nta.uc.aT notice. No. MM. o. B.-In the First chancery Conn ui Shelby county, T--iniaaini "u a Wea ver vs. w '111am H. iiland et ah IT appearing irom an order i Court in this cause thai John May. :h .- purcmaaer of lota 7. - and a, lormeriy sold herein, hsa mm. parted mis li'e; that aarah J . . iider vform eriy May t and Micnaal a. 'r le.oer .ner h na na nd. and cynlnia M. Ma- . widow of aaid decedent, reaiden-.a of Ux.ord. Mlsaisalnpl; Maty (i. Futrail formerly M.yi and ner nua banu Allred Futreli and John f. May, are resident of Arkansas aL oi whom ar. ma widow and heirs of said 'ecedent, and non residents BJ me ntate or fecnessee: it ta mereiore ordered, Inat may make their appee. ranee herein, at tna eoartaoaaa in me city o' vempn. Teaa,. oa um. Ihe fl.bi Monday in January , is7a, and .now eause, .1 any they nave, way this said .nil should not be revived, and adg-neut, eto iaaBBBBrad against In. , or tn. aa ne wm ba I prece-dea wim mi - raer he a copy of wees, ior iour .ncceaaive weeks, ln maMsBBj phis a ..seta. Jiovemoer Ui, L07L A copy-A es EDMUND A. COLdC, Clerk and Master By a. J. lu i . Deputy a A M Log-wood X Mlirrr;. - - .,- - , ntlac No. la..-In the second Chancery onrt o Sheihy eoukty, Tennessee.-Tu ma. f. ner. Henry Be une is and D. w. BosraaaBB. arm of Fenaei, Bennett A Benrman vs. Geo. K. Bobinson. James 1. unffiu et aL II appearing irom b.U (J tly awurn to in thaa cause mat the deface nt, Ueo. B. Bobin son. la a uon-raaidsnt k! tae cltata of Imt It la therefore ordered, by tbe Clark Master, That he make nut anpt. anc heratn. at me conrt-noUA. of th Seoona rnaocainr noort of Shelby county. In ihe olty o; Mem pnls, Te-maaiec, on or befora me Crst Mon day in January. h7"i. and Diet ' irwer or demur to enssnlainsntn' ht;i rrm. th aaaaa will ba taken ior n'manil n i y ad aat for hear tea sxnarta. and th . copy af this order oe pabiianed once a weak for four siiiaisaal ia week, io the Hem pnla Ar. raaju Ibis au day of Novembar. laTL A copy atteat: at. D. nw STsTWAK r, Clark and Maatar By C. KlK-Hia. Deputy c. and M. " r ee A J n-g s. r. ..- ir - - uwJr- Woo-ilea. oent nvam. No, 464. R. D. In ma second C'cana. of Shelby county. Ieun.-ss w. ana r . nonieu e. u. w. rawrta, Annta ;C FIowtia C. c. k:owt1 Jenny rm-mrtuT alien T W.iaon,alata Wihwa, ajiui, u.' son and Koy-rt L Wlison. I appearlm from the bill daiy sworn M ha 1 this e-tcse' hat la. defennaan. - '.tr sens of Vlrajbor.eUaaof Mia.tippl ulalnants hare fl.eo. tnelr bin i.. ih ..'.!5."?" oxviumUarmaecTe to sell me no, m hadtor M No. 2M, as known upon the a'an of -A..t pm, MM.ie uu ui. ewi -.-ne Ol XI. M, - in said City or Aeomh s. . enne -, - 1 occupied by camp.a.nants, and to aanul proowatUlhereot ajtvataal hJatweeu cZmMlZ aula and ne'au ants, acornm. JT-r pectiveinteresU: li im tnererare raroeiwd by law Claik and tkslr appearance herein, at toe ooTTC house oi me Second Coantwry c-rmn n suV.i by cruntr. n the cttv of Mamohi. e . . .eoiu.ry, tgTx. and plead, answer or demur to oomalAin bin, or tne aaaa. wiil ba Bib fa sbb- I as to mem, and aat tor teaLrlnaTsA , and thai a copy of tltia order HeSkT I ouc a week Ior our mmu. ZXrrl In the y.mnhi, AmaiI .hn ki 1. Aoopy-attast: 'IT" at. D. L. STkWABT, Clerk and Mast Uen, Dixon, Sol. lor -mpLttv VjSb