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lurt I THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-THUE8DAY, DECEMBEE 38, 1871. TWO WOMU, She Ud bim la her bare brown mm, Ha bf rm bar own me, H a red lip Om daintily, HU dark rye Urtj. opened wle, B ilka a blab-born ne.r he .ooEed, it real pride of btbybood; Hi o her. bat atyps, tramp That by tbe viliace foukUio stood M r. ladj's can lee P so c'oee Tbe doit fell on tl w a auk heir. Who frowned to note i's ami of a ass And powdered to tnau standing there. A p -eef on aludied .p ..--r sree; bhe workec ine pr- l a. uat with 'ae, Vhs ! a. K . , H .... a .1 .u 1 Andooeeboald ride inroujjn life In slate. Mv ledyebw the boy look bp, with eon tare wooder 1b nis Caoe And poverty nor dnst nor oil C n.d bide bit bean'y ard its grace. y lady ejencbeu her flnnera eluae A boat her bueom bitter. , Where once a mother's heart had been, it 1 now ve hopeleae ef jvy. W bat etory of a broken troth. Of eorTow.abaaie, and waaiydaya, Waahtrawtoatoo4be4.de licw.ii With aiij r In her hitter case Uod knows; noli. Vii.riae.ed tstr ' Hne envies go'd and geuia : H earl- wild. Mvjedy tain wot Id yield i beam aJl For tills one gift the pay child. WARWICK CASTLE. HUtsric Rtcoiiectitai Revlved-What tha Finest of the Old EAfiJig- Baronial Castle W. inn dealr-ctive fir In WArwiok CMtle, few since, hriaii o mind my vie: t lo that feudal baronial establishment ibe pas', aummer. And it may be interoatint; to some to know more about tbe casus, and especially co Dooming tie valuable relic and room daatroyed. or greatly in jured. We, therefore, present tbe follow ing by a correspondent of tha Boaton Transcript: Tc biatory of tbe eaatle, In brief, is this : Tbe exact date wben it was erected la uncertain. Nome tetli u that P. Oato-rias'-capula erected a fartrews tbere in A 1 1 60 O.bera ay tbat it was the 1' aa tjiu-u Kooaanorutu. Tbi, however, hi e lain mat after tbe destruction of the sows by the Dana it waa rebuilt, and taken Under tbe eapoeial protection of K i-.e.lreda, tbe diagbtsr of Alfred the i.ost. This Princess, who married tatl drej, laid the foundation of tbe eaatle In :-.b Ths fortifies! ion ol the oaatl were nearly demolx lied in 1016 by the Danish Cauc e. Tbecaaxl waa aoon rebuilt and enlarged, and the town was surrounded by a strung wall and ditch. tei mv is . aW. nest and clean; the houses small ar a b malike; ti:e uotela many and poor. ti u tbe Warwick Aran, which la excellett. -hero til churches of tbe va rioax denomination Baptists, Quakers, Metto.liau, Unitarians, Independents it .aai. catucci, uaide the Church of E -inland Here is said to be the firtt -11 n church which broke away from the 6tabiiahd order. They have a very nest enures, ana connected with It la an o.a uucnery, c-ea a a home lor aired poor people auppoxtad by the so ciety. st. maiu's causes is the oldest and finest church in War wick: and connected with It Is tbe famous Bsaucaamp chapel (pronunctd by people, Be. cham), containing the elabo rate and oa'.iy tomb or i--.ii.rt Dudley, earl ot Wi. eeier, rai xibeiii e great lavor It. I apen'. part ol an evening with the rector of St iiery b, and heard him preach an earnest, practical aermon the next Sunday morning, on the proper ob s-rvanoe ol the Sabbath. He is eicatv- rive years of age, end haa : een rector for over elxiy j ears, tie was both vigor ous and liberal in aentimant. KABL8. The moat noted ol the Saxon ear's waa Guy, who lived a hei mil's lite for many veare. unt,i bis a earn in a retreat at "Guy's Cliff.'' He waa called a giant, and many reucs CI r-.l power in slaying wild beae-.s are to as tetn at the porter's lodge as you enter the castle. Ihe lain ; lies possessing the castle have been the aVewoei-e, Hsaucliaiiips, M evils, Planta- genete; the Dudleys, Kicbe (eight), Gre- vlllss, wh" were tbe las', tbe present m cumbest being Gorg6 G uy Grerlll. TBI CASTLB. The castle is called the most beactiful and t eat proservtd in England. It is sit uated on the Avon and aurrounded by the most charming scenery, and tbe landscape views from the towers ar exquisite, lha tine: view towards the castle is lroni the stone oridge, which crosses the Ave n a little distance oft. The banks of the river are thick with the moat lovely toiiage, and tbe ivy climbs tne eni'-ackment aix:y leet, and doe not cease to spread its rich, dark mantle until it hail ooi era the castle walla. Tun and again 1 atood on the lridge and gazed upon that noble auuetore with great de llant. Yon enter the castle through the gabs way called the Porter's Lodge, and pass long through a tine road cut through lb solid rock, tne aids of which are ivy-covered, and aarax which hang the branchea of ric. and heavy folisge. After walking three handred feet, you come oat into the cater court, and come st once upen toe "cloud-capp'd tower" and tne grand fortifications, resting upon foundation of solid granite and Imperish able masjnry. THB TOWSB. On the right i Guy' Tower, which I cllm4, it wslls being ten ! et thick, its base thirty feel in diameter, and it high, one hundred and twenty-eight lee:. On the left U the well-known C m isr's Tower, which visitor do not enter; although they may, as I did, enter the prison In its base; a dark, dani;, gloomy dungeon with one small aper.ure of light for tbe inmates, and that as far cS as possible from where inmates were chained o far tbat not a glimpae of nature could be bad. The walls bore inar's of the way prison ers amused thein-elve, lu iuaenbing on the alone wall with some rude instrument their own epitaphs or thtiagst that burned Into tneir very hearts, expressive of beroiAiii, lonirude or resignation, simi lar so wsa is to be seen in the dungeon Id London Tower. The inner court of the cattle is vory lovely, lbs h:-ubbery sad fl .wcrs and grass pio . oeing kept in ex-qui-i'.4 order. aMacs entering the main building, lei n go out through the portoulUa to the gner.L' use, built for tbe purpose ol holJ ini .ue celebrated antique vast. TUB WARWICK VASB. W have no time to look at the lawns and l! lwer and floe shrubbery, ox go out into the park, or down to the largest ce dar i t li: inon in Kogiaod but will taks s look a tbe W arwick Vtat (pronounced War-Il k ) The vase is circular in shape, an veea usually are. and nan hold one hundred and thirty-six gtlloos. It haa two large hand ea, formed of interwoven Tine Jisjichea, from wathib tbe tendrilis, Issvr and ciustaiiug grapes pred round the upper margin. The middle o" the bodv enfolded lv the skin of tbo nan ther, w.th the head and claws beautifully finished. Above are the heads of aatyra bound with wreaths ot ivy, accompanied by the vine-clad spear of Baoohua, and the crooked aim- or mo Augura. 11 rests up on vlne-lesves tbat iamb high up lis aides, snd stands on a square marble pedestal. which bears long Latin Inscription. Tne vase is of white marble, assigned ana exe cuted i:. the purest ur.ciu taste, and is one ot the finest specimen of ancient sculpture known. It waa fonnd at the bottom of a lake at Adrian's Villa, near Tivoli, by S:r William Hamilton, then ambassador at the court of Naples, ot whom it was purchased and placed in its present position. Let us now take a hasty glance st the great hall a d dining-room, victim ot the as, THB OSBAT HAIX You enter th great hall from the inner court by a flight ot aten j steps under s Gothic porch. It Is sixty-two test long snd forty fael in bresdih. The roof is richly ornamented Gothic, of wood, and In the spandrels you will aee carved tee bear and ragged ataff; the moulding la ornamented with the coronet and able d, in which are emblazoned the arms of the aucseasive ssrl from the time ot Henry de New berg. The beam in the centre i enriched wi.hlrge bos and an earl's coronet, embosoming the arm of the 1st earl. From thta hangs as appropriate gsaalier. The floor was made in Venice in lssl, and is ol highly polished red snd wniie msrh.e, from quarries near Verona. The walla are, or were, wainscot led with oak, and hung with ancient armor of various periods and with th antler of in rein and moos deer. Orer tbe h re place could b seen s wind dial, and oppjsi e it a rich ard eomi lete auit of s eel armor, over which laauapended ih-. helmet, atuilded th brass, usual, y woes by Cromwell ; and on either aide I saw curijus snd early epeoimenaof firearm, and two breech leading gun of medltersl manufacture, which rather anteaatea modern inventors of tbat kind of gun. Near the -at window i th doublet In which L n Brooke was killed st Li .cu be d lo 1043 There are three Urge snd beautiful Gothic wlndcwa on the aide toward the rivsr In one of the recesses ot lha win dows i s valuable Grecian roophaua, on which stands s boldly carved sntiqu bust of Hercules. A i. u.vis-. TIBW. afy lii'e: .(rent and courteous guidebook great ;-aiua to p-jlnl out everything of pe sasl i teres'-, snd so asked ms to take a look from one of ihsse windows up the river; and surely it was one of tbe uiost chargi ng viewi 1 ever beheld. Th view takes in tbe fall, of one hundred tee, the p.rk wUh lis lawn and ndr and foli age of various iiurs. Bu tbe guide hai Uisapl'eareu n iwusi auivn, anu base in al a gisuce irum ins great lisu the gran i sulie of stale room on the on side and domestic spartmenls on the other, extending in straight line three hun 4rU and thlxly-Uusw 1st. I saw also from this plane with fine effect, hanging St the end ot it s chapel pasaags, the osls srsted psintlne; by Vsndyek of Obszies I , and tor whlnb Sir Joshua ReynsM I said to hve efferefl Ave bundrea gniness. Near th east adndow stands the exqui aite carvlns ot tne Btttle of the Ann jus. after th painting by Rubens Thia U surely a work of art, as also ot year Is execu'l.n. THE OSBAT DimMII aVSSaf , Tbi st- dining-room was bollt by Fi.ncla, Ksrl of Warwick. The interior was catcied and slldsd in s rich but. chaste style: large marble slabs or. elr tsnt stands were placed as side tsbles Hie we aaw three lovely boats of Parian rntiaue msrbi. placed on pedestal, oi re-i i&gvptian granite and Siena marble The rusts of Aueus'us and Hoipio Afri cscus are 'bought to be superb, ard were lonnd near S.Jan Li n at rt me, sou stored bv Tborwaiosen, the iiannui scu'p or. In thu room w aaw veral Cue Dortrslts bv the misters: snd here, too. was tbe celebrated "Ksnilworth buf- tt." made f ir Lha exhibition of 1S&1. in Warwick, from an oak tree grown on the Keniiworth eaiate. The panels on the S on are Illustrations of soma of Lbs . from Sir Walter aooti'a novel of "Kenllwor h," that on tbe last represented Oueen Elisabeth' meeting with Amy Kobaart in the grotto; and every part of ii was thus historically and biographl eally wrought. This was presented to the present esrl, at his marriage, by tbe town ana county oi Warwick. How much ol thia vast amount of valu- ahlM art haa ' liaatrAVfwt bv Lha dtaaa- , a j . - a., a 1a, M. I traiie haa been very active, there -I ,M t n u . 1X Z.',tw. Tk AlniVr. I oonaiani beevy demas.i during this i-rr.Hi tion, k is to be feared, both in the dining- Tl ran to th9 snu mat. nd . room ana ureal u si- There are other things in olher rooms wonby of note, such ss th paintings or Kembrsndt. Vsndyek, Kubeos, Marino, Holbein. Taonler, saivetor noaa, uoito Psnl Veronese snd othrs of the mster, in several ro ma. Ibe bast of them were in lbs red drawing-room, th cedar draw log room, the armory paaaage, and the or.mpass room But I cannot specify My visit to the castle was to me of sxossd g interest . and not less so because u been tor so many generations the real dence of my anceatora. This whole re gion, including Guy's Ciifle. Kenilworth Oaatle. Btiatlord on-Avon, the birth place oi Shakspoare, and other historical locan ties ani enactmenta, is oi grant interest to ms rsveier. fsltia tm Uverawrel. LrvxrsrooL, Osasmbsr 27, 11:15 a.m. Cotton market unlet ; middling npiaada, fftaiod: middling Orleans, lOd. Sao- t.i-day 1S.0UU baits, at which JaUt Bls weie lor export and peesUttojL 5 e.ro. Orjtton market quiet: TnMdling nn lasais, mim, BBSBSUlngOrlsan-. lod. toltesi Csasssswaes as BSirevspevt. The sarevason UootSwsawrn ssya: "We had a vUit yesterday trom aatala C. -. Morton, of th Arm of Hew. Morton A Co., ' 'lnrtDSatl, who come to this section lor tne parpoa f supermiaaaMag the areetion i c lu)d eoaipraasss at this piss and JsCar- s.in. Ths press for Mrsvspori is n rxntu on tosrdlhs stsssnsost Anna wntla mat rcr n may be sxpeeted by tbe Kdlcl ar.' t'a,'taln Morton apesks oonfllotty or th preapse o' cloclnaati. In securinr large portMsi as tne arse oi una ration, wkan t ase wmprtw ar,u have Laea l reeted. The character of the press about to It- pat up is of immense power, beina. capable i rnluelng a ouj pouso bale lo arwnt a loot in i .alii, enabling a railro d car b lcaul to Uin extent ot ten instead ol elgnt tooa, as la tne caaa wlm tba beat com pressed bales at present a., wry paaa inrougn me .sew urieana amass 1 be lirm of Hey, slorUin a Co.. nave maiie ar raoaemenU wlUi a number of railroad llut f u give through bllla of lading to New Aork, Boa-t-u and Ibe eaat ganerailv. and will bs thus enabled to load tbe Cincinnati packets with return ire gtita, giving max city an npjonu ntty to aell and deliver all character of met chandtsr al aacheap if not cheaper rates than any outer city on taeeoimissaa. r avat CAnto, st i Floer.H bbl rorx.w em Whisky, bbl.. Corn and oats, a 100 lb nay, v ltw to. rvsm, to unrpstB. Bacon and lard. la Ih Transfer charges, H a ear, or Us ton fcc less tnan one oar loao. COTTOW FBKTGHTS BT BAIL TO iloston, per cat.. uossasL per Fall river, per ewt . Provlilenee, peTewt... Nw Yerk. per ewt i'hliadeij nla, per ewt-. dailt as vi sir. Tlie general market wa.. void ef npeelal In terest. Ths reaction after Chrielmaa has cer tainly come, but tbe loll will only be tempo rary. Wa Can't wish to be uaderslood that bu-lneea is suspended, for raeb would be very far from the fact. For ninety daya tbe general FINANCE AND TRADE. OFTTCB or THB DitlT ArPBAL, I WsnrrssBAT. Dee. 27, ign. i HXAStUL. The money market north and east la report ext leas atrlngenl thau last week, but not allo- .relber eay. Men m mev l renorved In bet- Osr supply, and regular coslomen acoom tuo- dateu ax tne uana. rates In and U per cant par annum, ojuouir ouaineaa vra orl-k tarosatn out banking hours. We discovered nothing of apeciai intereat. exoepi mat proapecta in : raoie for an easier market. 1 u exchange there was nothing new. Rates remains al V-i. for buying on northern and eastern dllea axid aelling al ft discount Gold le In fair dvnumXandbrokera pay 1081,. Home t JuuU were purchased at these flgn res. Gold in New lark la luSJa, Thai the i.ttUe H-. k railroad will pasa Into other bands, there la Utile question. Whetoer Tom boutt or some other raluroad king gets it. It mailers not. With this vies of the matter the aaock seems to be improving, and heard of " aalssarc reiMrted, but al what hgursa we are niti fa--: , . lniormeu. Araanaaa le.ee bonds were on the market. but so tianaacUoca, and until confidence is :e.ureu tne demand will oontnoct exlremelv light. Memphis and Charleston stock la steady, bnt ' uMaw,.i i i.ere was uwasssr sss at iw. sllaaiaaiipi warrants and Alcorn money are purchased st Stl for the fur- iu .-. and ' rt;,e taller. Alcorn iinmav is sold at Id. city ascurlUea are held nraly at ww "le cu.-:eu-y oonaa and tssJeX lor me aPl issue County warrants are strong at Hi iuyiuis kju aaai ess a nroxer s pur chase rrtiM! la rep-rled to-dav al tbe former qnoiatlon. lenneaaee money la held at a,). assails la tkew fork.. HIT YOBJL December 27. 2-Jit n m Mir Ket steady. Sterllns dull at 1UVL. 1'aid for carrying (fold, . percent. Hold Ins Bonds o! lStfl . it. tu,r,.t. . ' :s;-: aaaf - S- Bonds of UKstZ; ""7 " QMS 'J h'i dsof haa) . LU2 "SW SWJUI U. 17X, UffW ,, lls.Sa Ml B..L1I101 am. nv 5- ii . of D4K, aaw Ui-sy rv)",njs , Pacltto Hlxaa. IIS? N.TW dhllr w ork. Dewtt ber i7. Ih a aiaxkMi dw.luie. Woslera Luioa TeiMrauh Uobpsjiv soidt'-kstlTer , fst.Ct MaUl , "j" iidctUi.- i TpiiaSi, ex di v v'eu Kano Co Ajxien an T.igi-a. UaiUu MiaataO ajB Smw itkrk QaaSai New 1 Use. rtfrtp...,,,, n 1 BaStAltDg.. M:cigsUj CentxaJ Mich; ..ais asouiliern , .. UiiaoU sJCDwrsi ,. Oeveiauu iiu Pli-it.un. Chicago and NortbwaaMarn... . Ciicao and Surthwwtrn in Ksnssl Hoc Fls i and " . laui 8t- Paiil preferred... Ot'.o aiid KMiaalppl - - uuuu rsvnnc...... .. ar T a. m. Market bp. - MS -ua-t ... Ki - e-st. -.e .lttj I -fin ;-.- 27, ; :sia p.m. 1 HH Ooum la. c. a. (s-au Bimda or iflax.. L . B, .e-sli bUQtie of laffT U H. .0-40 .New oan la.;; - m- CTT01f. The demand wa, less active than venterdHv . t actors : a their report dlUvr somewhat on mudling xiton. and while some report u iiiiddlluat lic, there are others, as will be Meii i i rtferente to the saies below, report the rajune zr:.il- at l'-4c We mike ibis Ktatenienl to muow inai w e are jufltmeu in quoting niid UM at HAtMatB. and trmuMactions ia rf-DorLMd iiiakr ih market Though sales were about t:;r -tkiu- h- -..,. ... ii? cV'-.-r iiuiiiiwr were imatfu u lewer uer lusn weir m me marxe. yieraay ; nence we em itter i ne ueiUHca ;e- active. me net re- mwm u i nvc days nr. IL,W" bales, pointing a up to IJU.OUU balds ror hjven dava. The L-ctfiU same time Itutt year were BkjMk Tbe nit-; inlurmatiou from Liver tMHs. savs.ct u- cwniog the tHrsition, etc : " Teletrrams from America rrin.rt wjrnaller recelpu .t the ports. hiju Buipiueuits nave mso Lt-eu smauer than Huilcipated. Tie demand ha continued (Ulte active, and holders have been abie to obtain gradually Improving prices. There waa lens doing oa the spot, but price I Aiin i.i a;i n.. iHiu wen maiaaJtiueu t rvsawwi .! ihe Kiuall stock. We have nriv knowo a wider divergence in the current eeli- wiu'n oi uie AmeriCatai crop Liian at present. Ou the one hud we have those who contend that the decrt lased acreage, the unfavorable clutracur of ths season taken as a whole, and the scale of receipts al the port. U d4te. Indi cate a total crop of only three to three and a Vihrier mil.ioriK, . r mimQ Ue amt- tu The cro. grown lu in, wu Iht- oilier band we have those who ootaieud that the reported decrease d ascreasge uui a cvrikuu.y eMUtOtUlied tac t ; that the damage to ibe crop dnring the spring and summer mouths was greatly exaggerated, and that the picking uout wo Jar, La b-n fsvurable ; tbat latit yearthe crop was so Urge tuni iia us. ii oi it wssB lotJv, out, UfiliK Mninnr thb year and prloea higher, nearly every poanu vt ill be secured, and hence their est i- male rau;e from three and a half to three snd threeuartar million bales, and socue adopt eeu uiguer lisum. inesnaraei in iiver pol ih'r evenliuc closed ocdet, with uolandaat Faslud; rlean. tOd. New York pursued its u-uai ouje shiuugnont the day. opening dull uu uuuiiusi w iui vu y-v. UkiuOAing Jl' ci'Skiug mactive and prices druonlnE. aiujii. the sales were: 48 Htiiet god ordinary at irfyye; 3tv low mlddlimr. lpj iu.dd.iug 12 go d ordinary . 17e; tiiti giAsj uriiuaui, lay:, i, LUlvlUilUg, UPC; 1.' low mlddliug, l -... Su auict good ordJuar , Uc; JU sstriet g'KKl ortliuary, lefc; lo god ordinary, IT iuo mlddliug, lc; i go-i ordi nary, lv; jal air let good ordinary, 80 mid dling, lac, low mlddiiug, isc; i middling, IVc; o low middling, ic; lo gotKl ondiuar, irj-.L-; ."lrict to giod middllug, Mc; SU mid dlmg. Ilk-; zl middling, llfc; bright mld diiug, VtjiK. iuw Uiiddiiug, lejjc; sj mid dling. 1VV; '3 'del good ordinary and low middling, lt,c; Ih peeler. tte; S low middling, ltj; U7 4.rjct low mud ing, has; ttt low mid dling, iv,; si, middling, lirU; V atrlct mid dling, ls;., 41 low middling, TSc; 11 strict goou ordinary, itic; 67 middling, Ord i nary,, Mad Ordinary.. Uood Ordinary ... Btnct Qova oimamn Uw Middling Wrict Low Middling Mldd.iag Hirlct Mi.idiing ttood Middling LSLityw-ar at this time mtddMna h re ajlr; v1 , in New York, 1 jc; gold, UOfc uphsud.- ta Liverpool, tf 1. ice usuowing as uie comparative daily ataUa- slight reaction was anucluated : but it Is only In a comparative degree, boms cltlea, lemi fortunate, might eouaider, had they even this LradeMiioe '.be il5th, then-Helves vary fortun ate. Oar lerehaDtsdo not complain what ever, and r port a fair bualnasa. The demand ua teen general, rancy gincenea nave been it.iei a i eat u re, ana tne aerasmi ,.. each were comparatively greater thau other gooda. Thare la much complaint about trans- poriatiou. uwui irom v nicago nae ieen out now alxteen days. They have got a- far u- Calro, aud are tbere awaiting tranAportatlou. Tfae river has betn very unreliable the past three weeka, as tho weatiier was flrjione thing and then another warm enoiUwU to thaw in the araniuic. and y tnornlng freezing c ud: a goige one day and open the next: na igat1 n raaBBBsWioueaay, suspended theaexu reinhia have ruled high lUroughoui thii period. Last .Saturday the Mem phis Packet company again tlxed the rate as folio wu ; ToJtun puis Flour, pork, 91 25; whisky, 1 50; bacon and lard, corn aud oat. 40c per lUu lbs. To Vickisburg Flour, 91 39; pork, V, whisky, 92 15c heavy poand-freight, 70c per ltX) pounds. The commercial reports from the upper mar- rket rtay that tne southern demand, in con sequence of dlmcult navigation and high ireigtuii, nas oee u very iignt: and :hat u h.-n it comes, which It moat sooner or Later, it will undoubtedly advance nrloes on iuoit article. of conHumptioa. In the matter of rjaani this market for the past two weeka has been largely stocked the supply greater than the demand, and iu cou- seijuence ihlpmenta were made to New Or lean-, fiy a private telegram we learn that corn In IS ew Orleans is down to 73c per bushel. ai mis price si-ipperN in mat mursiet can take noia, una tne prouaDtuty is that in lers than three days all the corn in the market at the-e natures wui ie laat-u, leaving in.- market oare svnd pnoea movtrra: upward. Tue lame Ntrut A ibis market. Corn cannot b Kliipped at the price selling at to-day 67 jot and the result win oe a oare maraer in a lew days. i ue reaoLH market was steady and nriceK Irm. Tbe demand continues active. Mtx-ka are conaidered equal to the demand, though receipts were light, mere aeenm to be no ins; way In upper markets ou account high freights. We quote supera, ti a&ati 99c fvslU. e receipts of coasnuL were mure lilieral Tu demand for the pasa week has been ac- uve. naies were iuvue a; n toon tne iavee. In the I'aoviaioN market there was hut lit tie interest. The demand waa light, blocks not heavy, bat eiUHi to I he d man a Heavy receipts may be looked r within the next ten or twenty day, lu another place vte publish the stock of hogs compared with aune ume laai yetar, asso ue extent packing, and from this a fair con- .luiDi: can be arrived at. Ve continue i quate : Clear aJes In bulk at 7f7c me stoca is iaree tna ruiiv nn to tne ae cL shoulders, jjtlc Bacon Is in moderate snpi ly with only a tight demand. C'ear .sides are quoted at wpSmC: clear rib, "c; the latter scarce, bhouldera. In light stm-k at imfi. ieakfaitt twcin, lOIO.e Plain hauiH, choice, lit. a'-. Cauvaaaed haniH, lsialA Me t-rk la scarce and selling at flttailv Iard tierce-, ; atdtlltin&lc ; palls, lit 'reah pora, though iu lair supply, was selling reudl- i srenn oeei, per woe. LaUou, lUrahlc. uf beef aud mutton inert waa a scarcity, and prices stiller. Ws rt.:iiark that country-nresscd hogs sell from a to 7c, while Memphis dressed sell at 7 to 8c. v e nnathe wkai.n maiaet this uiurnlng the same as estruay. iireceipu of corn were liberal, and those oiapobed to sell realized 57c for second hand gunnies, and V to Ooc for new gunnie. Deal era at these pnoea buy readily, some parties are storing belore they will .-ell ti these figures. In hay small lots sold for rime it, anu ior cnon e iv x. ieeipus nave us.eu only modeiale, while the omand has been actiTe, and stocks which weie large a few ago nave inawriauy lesaeneti uat were very itiel- The demand was light. Dealers are well supplied, and In ahsenc. of a specula- ; -land the market is uuiet. Sale last ejMtrted were V for mixed and for white. ritan i lu lair . eutarni, and sold at 927. iu oakdj-.n tklck. there wae but a moderate demand. Heceipt were liberal, and stock large. iVKstoes aie unsteady, and se Ihug fn.m Ha i o at at fU W for ruaseta, and 93 for peach bio v. ; irom store, by thedray -Uiad. t is. Ou ou- continue In large supply: choice are laTiu at 5 K Inferior, from 9-t- i. ahlmget. weiV very bctsvrce anu sold aL y.iu. Tuimpa, tsaeia. etc., ere in very light dcinand. Kruut I. fv-nrce and stiff at 911. Inert- wasac;ive Inquiry for choice urn kk at ssTflEaSc; interior to good table Is sailing at from ah and dull. iisooi.so- v e juoie 2-Ih at aja-aD at IS1,': aud in light demand. In a e.s dealers were anart durlntr this morning, bat toward evening the ruling price was 40c. e -n e full Quotations on all hit-els There t a fair demand for all classes: Dry flint hides, isc : dry salt, HSoaloc; green, 7c: green salted, ys,c; damaged hides sre not worth two-thirds the price of good ones; No 1 sheepskins, 91 fill; coniason, .m)7Sc; N. 1 bear skins, jr. No. 1 cased otter, 9-i. open. 92 5i, caw ud mink, 9150, open,7&c; No. 1 banter co-n-skiu, ..". No. 1 country coonskin, iff. beaver, 9'. dry deerskin. aBsc: beeswax. - Wc; Us.. . S se. wool trom awWH a pouuu. according to quality and lota v t- i, , , no t-itange to report in the oitot i!-.v market 1'rieea are firm, and dealers report an active trade, Plantation at tu6oc : sugai- houae Nyrnpa, 40ot76: Louisiana suaar. opeu kettle, Naiu ; yellow clarified, llUc; white clarified, liisf sc; hard refined, white, ic. Carolina rick, prime tos m, . saftc, i 'aian a. pound, v oilee is firm at -c as to quality: Lagnara, S$yc. Salt, per barrel, rz aa3 as to brand. Candies, Weights, aOtAAlC. i lOi Lihv maraet was verv nine, iht demand was liaht. lave turkeys weresellintc at 912, 915 and 9li pay dozen. iive chickens ware tiuil at 1- JtKtW SJ. and .o swiv.uiu. ii. tieeae in fair demand at 9. Docks. 94 &0. 1 sjerv wa.s a tail market in m K sxt ck. Uogs are steady, at Sc. Sheep are aemana, ana wanieu ai ;at'-c gross, lor first quality, and for fair U geod AtoJ. In cattle we uuote: First uiiahtv.4si -; ; second quality, Sc; third quality, S Jc. Cows and calves are in fair tlrjuoud, J-a40 for common; medium to cholc, YA). fetors, of Httsra 1st ih M .!. The aucricuitiiral bureau alves Uie compara tive nam her of hogs ui the principal Weatcm swloe-!eeding states, for the ondermentiomd years, as follows : 1Mb Kentaefcy M99Up, Mistamii S,04XKfi Indiana ..lm.u Illinois kJAl7.iy6 Ohio - l.3uu,iiw Iowa d 74.sXvy Ksnaas 137,ttf 1 eliutvssee ... . 1.47 37 Michigan k;,tUS w lacousiu . Mo.i'li Baltimore, par ewt Water and rail, jc per ewt learn. Com pr rawing per BBaw l ontsntBtloBsr Farelarai Cassia la JH7 The following suoeiuent, complied from re- tarns of the bureau of suxtlstloa, shows the amount of foreign goods entered Into con umt,t!OTi at each cniJectlon district and nor o( delivery In the United Statos for the fiscal jearendlug jun4o, mi: collection .Collection 24.11 ToT 17Jl. iwThi Districts Vaiuea Alaska. Alaska Alexandria, Va Alhemarle.N.C Annapolls,Md. A roos Look.Me. Ii.titimore.Md-afi.lS4J(J bangor. Me .1 lU7.J h list !.- Mm I7.,i)V Bath, Me HIM heaalort, aM.C itxd neiiasi.ue tr. ,aji l; Kon i h'ls- t'n. Mass jUtji. i.razoauesan- DDtricui. 9 ,40W'.Hwego, X Y :.wegaP:hie. oreaon. urea Pamlico, N C Pasaiuaajuod- dy, Ma Paso del Norte, Tex Per saeola,Fla It Amboy.NJ l'eLersbarg, a rmiaaelphla. Pa Plym'th, M Values. 8 - ... S9r.li B3Ia mum 574( ItVOl 17A1UC Psgaj mam ts 179 UllP-ftlal 7U.773 tiaao. Texas.. 1.4i.9.U: Portlands Ki - Bristol Jt War- j mouth. Me ... ZtZM&ui ren, R I Si7(J, Portam'th.N H 97,191 h -uswica.t lfvi.lwi Providence, Ri joa,7tlu aj ii I'M.r i UafHj.iru r-Ukrei snsns. C peVlncXNT 646jJUi Wash. Ter aatine, Me . V7 Bichmoad, Va ( hamplain.N Y IjBfrijHti staco. Me . Cha'leston.sC 6'H 4 Sagllarb'r, NY Chicago, 111 LlfrioiMBtoverlr tk Sa- CttrpusCnrutl, j 1 aaj . Mass Teg VsUMsYaSfe Tex ... Cuvahoga. 0... 6a7,7lsandukvy. O... LH-laware. Del.. ili san Fraiic.aco. Detroil. Mich l6,tkXii Cal 2U 995476 u'lnaira-, n i xjoi aavannah, oa. 1.U.V -toK ljOnSt.Mary'i.fis. 1,737 vl4l.Su Mark'-. Pla 1,440 12S,6u;iSU John's, Fla 632 7s5f Stonlngto.i,C. 4.!J4 ,7cT!juperlor,Mich 58409 SliljTexas, Texsa. 1139 4501, Vermanr, Vt . 7,7tU8 99 Jili Waldoboro.Me 15,678 i;i',.Hi: Wlim'gtoruNC 90794 zzi'U vt'illamette.Ore 3WVY13 tlbJ5;Wlaoaaset,Me.. a819 iJb.7"ii PORTS OF DKIalVKR Y Erie. Pa Fairfield, Ct . Fallrfv'r.Haris Fern'odina-Fla O'rgetown, DC O'rgetown, SC tietiesee. N Y uc'.-t r.Mass Huron, Mich ... Key WmtL Fla MachlaN Me... M'rblehl,Mass Miami, O Michigan .Mich Middlet'n.Ct- Mllw"kle,Wls.. Mm sola. Mi n MobUe. Ala.... Montana and Mi. ho N 'nt'ket. Mass Newark, N J. liedrdJMass N'b'rj'p'i Mi7s v.raWx? at quotations, Kio, 'Jlm 1 IH' Altaanv M V 71 A .JBJ 1 1 mii Burl t uJCows 7.178 lll.ajdcairo, ill ldsVW an.. TsTii.ineinnatl, o . looitt ituouqt.e.iowa t cvanavlile.lud llliiOalsna. Ill . t - K.eokuit, Iowa K,iIS Louisville, Ky ::.imi1 Mem pbla.it; nu LU,ti Saahvllle.Tenn S85 x.'1 N.AlDany. lud Itiu.T'J., PttLsburs. Pa... N. Orleans. La 'U.ulo isr. Oulncv. T.11 Newuort. HI 10 ..'llil Helm A. Ala JfewVorkXYJio.aia AJ: su Louis, Mo. OBT.un - .atraru, i.. i,ao.3i wueeiiug, st Norrollt and j Va P'tam'tii. Va 9UO'.. Total aggayi 171.101 m BaUZ mm UUM 13,715 ISUaO 11U Wtthdr'n from wsrhaefot c'8'mD'n..l'.f-;it.i.lii Eulered ulreet for cooaumptlon i.ju-i,ai'. Total entered into consamptlon 513 ,750.518 SPECIAL NOTICE. The Great Pic fori ai J nnnat.-Hostet- ter's United States aamanac for IsTS, 'or dig tribctton. qratis, rhroognocl the United States, and all oiril'aed eonn tries of tbe Western Hemlsp ere, la cow published and ready for delivery, In the EagJlh, t-erman, French, Norwegian, W-lah, Swedish, Hol laed, Bohemian sni Sp-snlah langnsgaa, and all who wish to understand tba true phi. ophy of hexlth shnnld raad and ponder the valuable snzgstsona It contains. In add! tion to an admirable nvdlcai treatise an the C4aes, preyention and coxa of a great va riety of diseases, U embrace? a large amount f iEformatlon lntereailng to the me: chant, tbe mechanic, the miner, tbe farmer, tba planter, and profvsftrOi.a! man; and thecal caiations have ben made for sncn merid ians and laiiludaa aa are meat in i table lor a correct and opnvprehenaiva Natiohax. Caai asMOs, Tne namre, usee, and extraordlnrry sani tary e IT eels of H cats tier's Stomach iJ Uters, tbe stapaS unlo and alterative of mora than half the christian wor:d, are 'ally set forth in Its pg. which are also in tan parsed with plctor al liicatratlonF, valuable recipes for tbe hooathoid and laxm, h amorous anec dotea. and other instructive and amoalng read I ng matter, original and salt c ami. vinoug tbe Annuals to appear with the jeu lng or the year, thia will oe one of the most naefnl, and Mar us hid tor ths asxtia. Tne i ro -'r;orH, SL r. risMtetier A Buiiin. i lrutarg, Fs., on receipt of two-ent stamp, will forward a copy by mall to sny rerson rocacrc: p-ocareone In hie nlgcb lrbood. Ths Vlttan rs sold in every city, town and v Hate, acd aie extenarraiy iMd throuthont tne t nine civiiiaea wrriu. LEA 4 PEHFllNS' SAUCE. Pronounced by Connoisseurs "THE ONLY GOOD SACCE." It improves appetite and digestion, and H Is nniiva'ed ror its flavor. We are d tree ted ov mt. LEA 4 FEKKINS to prosecote all parties making or vending connterfetta. sfweaa xev ntsjavji -m awsna. CK.J A'iENTS, New York. BA TX Hal4n HAUO TK. rH IS superb Hair Dye 1 tba beat In tba world perfectly barm leas, reliable and lnstantHUes.us; no disappointment: no lidle nloui tints or disagreeable odor. The genu ine Wu, A. Baihelor'a Hair Dye produces to mediately a penaia oiacx or uaiarai brown, ieavea the hair clean, soft, beautiful; Ooea not oou tain a particle of lead or lnluxi- oai compound. Ho:d oy ad drogglr -a. f ao tory, 1 BOND STKEBT. N T. oat Holiday Presents 70. lousO S.JU1VA0 UkaS HI0, Wl DnMM .ild.OUl .,...' 41,UU0 f7IUI 1K71. 1,1V4,H ,-'.! 2,'-.,7..l l.MI'JX' i ulu.taiu laMM Oi.J.lt 515 1UU Tola: I4.su6.au iAJuajo I7:itii Tlie i w lux todu-ate tbe extent of oacklni; up to lxcvmtw 21, at Ave of lb principal pom is i Cnleaco . Clnctuuatt . at Louis Loulsvliis Htlwauk.1 .... PsihSa to date. ... St.tXXI oii,U7 .... liJM) jsua Packed to aaine Uuie laat year. 1157 ti 9a,a4 15i,a X1U74 7rfMJ l,llM,tili lax .it ' lllzlSansi lill4. 30 aal Keoeipta txlay .......... Maine dsy 1 1st year Btilppe.1 I. 'ay Heme day last year Woes to-day Last rear Total receipt. ( data-. name Ihne -aal i . l.Twl . X.4C1 . X17 . 4.1W . 27.SU . .10, sal La:.H7 As will be aaen from irxe above, tha stock of bogs Is greater tban Lbs two previous years, and mat lbs extern of toe pack, 114 liaa exceed ed tbat of laat year. Slespits efreflTee. Messrs. Wliltam Scott Sons. In their mon'h- lv Kro oollee circular of Ltecember aa, report : Htoak K.o and sauloa coilee. 'ov. Bs. IS 1 AtNea York baatv.l BalUmore S..M4 I liarlealon LOS Mobile 50 Nea ur leant H.lKtt uaivestoa .... Sawatesi atucs At Nw York. . New Y ork from fclurope . Ilsltlmore sfoaiss Nsw "r'tiM Kales sIdos WasaBSlM 2. 1S71 At -ew lerx . Hulttmur , tbaiieaton Mobii New Orleans Ualveaton . 4 7SU basjs it'.t- 151 si am S,4t Si'txj m,33 .14,41 DSgS B4,l .. ."..., 1SW 1 ratal snipmeuu to date.. ..17U.77V .Myaa isroaxa Ssmptls asC i'barlssuiu railroad atlasias! j.p: and Tauneas. a railroad... wampiiU at. J 1 -hio railroad.. .. Mtmpbls aad Louisville railroad rjiitU per wa-jna. Total l- n BiroAtTB MemptiU and Charleston railroad.. Mtaalaa11.pl anu l e nuesaee K. at M Tin pi. 1. a mi unio rnllmul steamer-,, Uorth Hleaxuera aouLh, lolal. 723 Z air 7UU - MAI .17 Tern. Kxw Yoas, llaeeraber 27, 340 p.m. Cot ton market lliactlv 1 and prices droop ing, or imary, I7Sjc; sood ordiuary, Uri low mlUdltns, if V: mldtliiua, -o.,,-- mtdanug Alabama, Atc; lutddllog urleaus, nJ,c; mid dling Tcxias, 21tjC. Sales w-day for exjiorr, uoue, lo spinners, 7BU Uair-s; apeculatlon sua lis sit. none, ...ms. 1 bales. January lite lo: losing ta the cotton receipts at all Lulled stales porta for five days. Bales. Net receipts 82.69 batporu so Ureal Urltaln ,44 alxpot- 10 I'outliienl gjflas amok-ail slams 88,445 Nsw .Ki.11 ss, lveraber27, lljn, a.m Oot en market aulri . inlddltog, ia.lSc; sales, aw baea. s.gM exebauge, '-ti uiscoutit, sterling exchauge, UbJ.iU. ,1 i 111 . - ...... ii... ae. luiri. ni.uuiiug. ' M l'tc ; salea, buuu bales, sigbl exchange, UXStvUXl-, ssvi.fc M.usaC, S.v..i, ia),lt ... UU 137 JUD Sba-k Ki and Santos cotTee. Dec. L iK71 Al New York basa..43,44S lialumore 7,txs) Mobile ..SOU Nsw Orleans .J,4U t--alealon .. Sl Afloat and luadiux tor United states. txQotstloua: Ordli.ar cargoes Ksir carg. es Good cargoes . rl 'ai 1 car Oold.ln . it;,7u rxoes I bond,u -t- . 17;., days. Market vary strung 'rethta. Tbe foil. .wing are ibe rates of freight over tbe Memphis aud LxmlavllU railroad ; Class ot Freight, Klrat class, per ewt . nd class, l ewt. inu-u Class, per ewt.. Kottrtb class, per cwt Plftti claaa. per ewt. Flour, apples, onions, potatoes, bbl tieei anu tiora, uoi bagging, r-.i-e. bacon, lard, ewt insky, bbl liraln and ased, per wt iswcs. per cariuaai uuuer anu I 3 I I x Mnii. tl a. I UU Ml 075 7 (it V as u at 0 7 0 75 1 14 1 2D 44 In 2 OS 0 70 1V 0 4S HOB ST. LO I' IS, BT KIVSJX, TO MBkUTHIS. riour, l orl a M Pork, Lrl 1 2S Whisky, V brl 1 SO Corn aud oats, lixl rte...... Hay, r ion Ba alavvu and laud, fllvV La. Great Bargains Ladies' Children's Furs! Furs! White and Black Astrachan Cloaks, Silk Velvst Cloaks. D. C. & H. tf . Loewenstine, "SOUTHERN PALACE," SBB SBaAxx Sit. BRATrj Are indorsed arid nrneni nmi hv mora ;vh lng Fnyeleians tban any other tonic or stim olant now in oaa. They are A HOal PBJE- VKNTIVK for Keyer and Ague, intermlttenta. Diuuuiun, ana su a isomers arising irom iHiiiKuc causes, i r are niiri vntvjm mended ae an anti-dy:.. aptic, and In caaea of tnuigeation are invainable aa an Appetiser and Kecuperant, and In caaea of Oe peril De bility they have nerer In a single Instance failed in nrfxl ncl n tr LhA mrt hannv raniti. -uey -ire pHriJcUaariy x5t. ir iLAAi. to rs MALES, trtrngther-ing the body. inTlirorat- lng the mind, and -ivlna: tone and alaatlcitv to the whole system. Tne HOMJB. BlTX&i& are compounded with the greatest care, and no Tonic rttlm olant haa ever bean offered to the pubUc ao Pl-aEAxSAJNT TO THX TAMTJL an d at tha same time comhlnina ao inanv re medial agents. Indorsed by the medical Cra ter nity aa tne beat known to the Fhariuaoo pcela. It eoaU little to glva akaea a fair trial. Every Family Should Have a Battle' We ask every one 10 read the followln cer- tlneates from many 01 tne most emlaeut ihyiinim. in tii a country ; St. LOCI'S. Jciy. 170.-JAM:S A- JACK 9091 SCO.: 44eutlemen As you have communi cated to th medical proleaalon th recipe of Ih " Home -Utters." It cannot, tbersfonx, be oousldered as a secret or patent medicine, no patent having been taken for it. We have examined ths lormttlator making th"H ma Bitter," aud unnesiiatii.giy say ibe com lun ation Is one of rare excellence, all the arti cles used in it som position are th best of tfae slsss to which tn ev beiona. belxta hlxhiv Tonic, bauuulaut, risomaanie. Carminative and slightly Laxative. Tne mode of prepare lng them is strictly in accordance with the rules of pharmacy. Having used them, teen a effect In our private practice, we take Dlsaaure in r jommendlns them to all tier- sons desirous of taking Bitters, as being th best Tonic and Btlrsniant now offered to th public la CSt. BOtK-rSM, M. 11. r. r. POBTBS.M.D AJraxD.HrarocK, M. D. C. Gesickb. m. Li. DBAXB lKWaXL., M. D. C. A. W ABB, M. D. WHimiLD M.D. K. A. ClvASK. M. D Dr. c. V. r. Loswia. S. oi. Moasa, M. U. W. A. Winoox. M. 1). He BEST r'SIXLH . C. n. Mabixb BklspiTAn. St. Locis- af rv. Oof. K, 1870. JAB. A. JACKSON A CO. : I hava examined the formula for making th"Hcans Stomach Bitters," and used them is the Hoe- piiai ror tne last four months. 1 consider them the most valuable tonic and stlmul-nt now in use. H. MLCHUi. st. laocia. July 8. 1870. jab. a. jackson A CO.: Having examined the formula from which your celebrated "Stomach Bitters" are prepared, and having witnessed the method of combining the different Ingredients, we "an safely recommend them as the best tonic wi tn which we are acquainted. Prom ua Croat oare with which they are eompcunded, and from the choice materials which enter into tnem. we have no doubt that they sriji prove, as they deserve to be. the most norm las ionic and stimulant in use. Seapectfnliy, yours, V AS TIB, M.S. T. Q. OonsToci, M. Tl. Ws cheerfully concur with ever-, word r..n talned In the above testimonial. J tso. Con xi sax, M. L). joki Ha btba, U 1 CHAS. VABTI1.B, M. D. JoBH TSMJ-I.E. Jt. U U. 8. W A-KBB M.D. is. C. Futtn. .HI CISC1NBATI. Oct. IB. ur70 Baan A KESSKDV S CO.. Axrents " Home Butaii Gents Agreeable to your request, I have t azr-ineG me lormuia or me " ttome Bton.at.li Bitters," and find ths remedies it ootauus such as ar In general use oy ths Medical Profession. They are very scientifically and pleasantly combined, and as stimulating tonics will be found especially ml anted aa corroborants to the treatment of low or de- oxuaarea stages or in system, whether art.-.. in "um uapamxi 1 is 1 1 1 1 1 1 or Toot jnaiari- NOTICE. iluifBm. Tux . Til nsss tisi UL laTi- rj T virau ,.r aa ordinance, berete appaud- a . a, aui - i.m watx ee aseaseat sswrOay, in- 'Itn BBSS ssT Issi.rj, ISWS, At tne nrua! , 1 ees for holding elect. on In th VBilos w'4 ot the eltyof Memphis, tor to purrose of taking ths sense or the qaaltned voter of tbe city r?pon the propo- uuuu ao suuacrioe ror one tnousiuu snares agrgat!ng on bnndred thousand dollar (and beins nna-haln of tha nan. ta: iin-s o. the Memphis water company, Those voting mi .... MiuauiKuuii win nav wmxen or printed upon their tickets. Tor Subscrip tion," snd those voting against ta subscrip tion will have written OT printed upon their tickets, ".so nabacrtmlnn." and thsinleieta. tion will be made only in case three-ton rths of tbe qualified voters voting st the election Ota, ior sue BBDaerTpxton. JoH ii JOHNSON, Mayor. OrtSlnsxtos. WATKKWOBIHS. An ordinance tuthoristng the city to snb- DtrritM. ior Btocs in tne jae-epaia water Com pany. Sxcnox L Be ft OTdslned bv tha 0nal Council of the city o Metnphl-, That ths elty of Memphis shall sutncrloe for one thou sand shares, aggregating one hundred thou sand dollars of the capital stock o. the Mem Phis Water Company;" Provided, that tne capital stoekofthe ssld Water Con psny shall first be increased by a vote of the stockholders to, an-J axed st, ins sum of two aauureu tnoassnd collars. Sec. 2, And be li further ordained. That the above proposition anal, be spread upon the recuroaoi lue General touudi, aud the may or, after giving twenty days' notice of the time, place ana 00 j eel ul tne eiecuou, sbaii cause an suction to be held by tne qualified v.itars of th city, aeocrding to the lawa reg a latins other care a amnion, ror tss nnmn of taking tne sense of the said voters upon the proposition to subscribe lor tne stud ou thousand share of stock; and If the assent of three-fourths of the 11 -alined voters of th slty, won vol at the s-xd slectRin . 1 b.d at me satu election, 10 in saia subscr.ption, t .-n thia ordinance shall beooxas and be buadln and obijaaxorv : buif tnrss-innrn.. c: the said voters tan or reiuse to as sent to the said subrcnption, then tlxls orll- nianoe as so o nun ana void. See i. And be 11 further ordained, Thai me mayor, upon ths return of tbe aaid else. Hon, if tree-fourths 01 tha qualified voters sue c.iy asseni lusrats, snail enter in lu. books of th Mmpnln Water CoTOpany." upon saon tsrasa sndeoud.tions. ana uuir lucn regulations and res rietiona aa the wen eral Council as already prescribed, or may preset in or agree upon, asnbscnauon in be half of the ellV for Lha fiatii tins tnnn.an.1 snares ot slock, which subscription aba-J thenosforward be blr,4-g upon the city, and Chase ry Sale tf Rsai Eslats. No.ai, a Ann Harrison vs. Lesfej H-Laes. Corxnty rLr' Cnsnosry Court of Shalr y BT virtu of an mtartoentory decree 'or sals entered id tba above etns Novsm IK , Wrt, and mo I Had November f urn, 1 wt'l sell at public aaetlos, to tb htgheat o dder, in front of h Coayrhoas ol hm Court, Greenlaw Block, Second street, is the city of Stem phis, Tennessee, on Tburtday. J.onry 4, M72, between the hours ol 13 m. and 1 a aa. tli following descr bed property, ail sated in tba elty of Memphis, Shelby eeanty, Tn nese, to wi: : Th Western half of a certain Ot Of -Ton-.d in Slid cltv. ivlna- on tha uinth id of Pooler street, and fronting fifty fast an the same, a at exian.llag back soutn- waru.y oarwees parallel nui-a on nundrad and a:ty-u:ne and one-half LaO1., teat man alley, boun led east by the Kenriedy lot and weal sy Moses Levy, lnc.ndinx th improve ments tbSI eon. Wh.Ch Will beSOld in annn a way as to make the parUitun wall between uue iwo tenehxenus ut aivixung i ins i at ween the l wo lots. Is -art cr "a lb One half cash, baiar..-. ir. oaa 1ouaiia, w i.n uusoa ana surety ; .len n talned to recur th savors, etc r. . j a 1 , u a. i.ijiiAt, t; and M. '. H.Stepnena. Attsraey. aeLmia Caaatsry Sals 9f Peal EtVtu , H 's Oraart , arn,, , Cunty.a m. A.aup. adaalii.tr or d bonis oon of thassrxua as Th ima, b crsn shaa deneued. et al vs W u Ha; y HfalPUWisler of H. o. u s. dee-sd ii al X virtae of aa la'erlot-nt ry de-r'ae o- .. '""'"S orseau . .it,,.- hlaru-t LV,U " 11 PS0J'netQ te tfc. Mila3s.bldr' o tne 1 ,k and a-S-T-. ,? wraaiiaw clock. S raad atrwss. in m. city of Msmpr.ta, Tau, on OS, O. S. JOHNSON'S MEDICAL DISPENSARY Axil Cp atairs) :Js- wn Wssalngton snail entitle it to all the rtaui-i, prlvtieiras aaa 1-aninr.ttlea of a n'.ociholcer first reatllriir. when tha fonrsn.fi seetlon CI r cbsrter was suspended, nctl the ordinance pass, d first and secunu read. Ii g by boara oi aicermen. Dscmbar ii, 1x71. r-assea nrst readins bv council: ru'.w sns- penueu, as requrrea oy cl'.y ctra-ter, and passed secunu ad una. read. ii. rawmh.r Al, 1871 Approved December !4, 1871. JO JuHMHOii. Mayor. Attest: Ls K. Ric-Lasna, City lis il n ..leljed VALUABLE SUBURBAIf LASDS Dr. J. L. Vatttbbs. la A. Jambs, M. V. K. a W ATS B. Chemist, C. T. Sibpsos. M. D W.T.TAX-ABBBJtOrMJD. S. P. BortSas, M D. . j . ucu.t, at. xr. c. a. m fsiraoFT. M. 1). . a. bccxxbk, ra. l. g. w. xuolxb, m. l. f. B. WOODWABD, M JD. G.AOOCGHXKTT Jl.D CHICAUO. Sent. SO. 1870. J. L. ttM.TH. -, . : We have examined the formula for the " Cel ebrated Stomach Bitters." and find It to be composed of articles that are considered the best tonics nssd bar th Medical Profession. anu one oi me nest niiiers wi. xnow 01 now iu use. very respectfully, H. S. Hakx, M. D. a Mcvicab, M.D. XL Wl-SXl, X. U. G. A. MABXSBB. NoaULAB B. aAB-ras. M. D. Ftr SIs by ail Ori,isU tia Crsstra HENDRiX, MsNABB 4 CO., if Agents. Memphis, Tenx he Medical Double Chamber, JL ly recommended acd Indorsed by lead ing puyaicians, esssnaanirig two asmr- aaeaiwa. enao;:nn tne puvait:an to examine the contents separately, by which he gains a knowledge of diseases unattainable by the use oi ldc singie or common cnaxdoer. who the dlacaarges In a mixed state. AI-JL admit that The mistake of a physician oi one's dieeaae raav be ss dangerous as tee diseaae llself." lTts VaisUlt. In the slca room Is In valuable. Wlti. it yon assist yr.cr piiysician a deflcina your disease, by which ya-aur life saay ls Mfo. Ita convenient sbane (Or common nee wU ultimately lake tne place of the eommon law. wot sale os latlaO II). CieAJt-a-E CO. r. I Ul Main street. A BOOK FOR THE MaJUOS HiRRItCEi A PsavATS cocbuuslos to MlinnMa. TBa M a atsn or those about CliiiiP to marry, on the physiologl OUlUt, ;oal mvaterta and revela t'ons of the sexual system, wiLn the latest dlaooverlea tn producing and are Tenting ofi aprtng. preaervirrg ths complaxion, etc This is an Interesting work of two bandied and twenty-tour pages, with nam axons en gravings, and contains valuable Information tor thias who ar married or oon tern plats mirrlat; Mill it I book that ought lo be nnder lock aud key, and not laid fialeaalj awut the house. Bent to any one( se of f istagn) tot SO Address air. Met isSnnsarv. Mo. is M. B-ghth street, St, l.ouia. Mo. V .Voaaw Lj oas .Abased oast rii lSi Inn an Before applying to the notorious taUACKS who advertise in public papers, or using any Qoaox XB-LSsrss, peruse Dr. Butts' work, no maitsr what your tllnsaas la, or how deplora bieyour condition. Dr. Butts can oe nonsuited, personally or by mail, on the diseases mentioned In his work OfBos Mo. UN. ftiig'-iti-'rrtt.tTI Marktl aa Walnn- inrs, Mr aW(laW kOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN. THE 6REAT SOOTHING REMEDY. Mrt. Mrs. Cures Colic and Griping In th Bowels, and facili tate? the process of Tseth- "sub Ixl na convulsion and overcomes all uiaees tn ciueut to Infants and call dren. c tires Diarrhea, Dysaa lary and snmn.ar Tjoaa pialnt In children of all ages. It is tbe Great Infant's and Children's Soothing Kemedy for all disorders brought on by Teething or any othsr oaa. Perpared by IS U&APTOM MKDIC1NK CO., st, Lunla, Mo. sold oy -i-tgist ana dealers lBmedlcin Chancery Sale if Rail Estate. Ho. 18, R.D. In tha Seoond Clxancery Court of oneioy county, leaiieeaiui w r. ior, gu -adiac. etc. va John . Oarnar. x virme oi an lnteriocniory aecree ror saie entered in the above cause. I will aell at public auction, to the high bidder, in iront of the Clerk ana Master's fflce, Greenlaw biock, tteeond street, elty of empnia, xenneasea on Saturday, XU tth day tf January, 1872, limn legal hours, the following described properly to-wU; loa ACavM F LAID, in section 5, ranae a, of the Kierenth sur veyor's inatnet iu Tipton county, Tennessee, beginning al a boxalder la the souttieaaii tugs oi a siougnor pona vua cuivunwooa Duniurs.tue nor li weal corner oi a Mi acre tract granted to TLoraaa rolk by the fcUte of .orm ijarouna, ana axso in nortnwest cor ner of a 540 ere tract .eeded to Wm. a (iar- ner by Andrew J. rolk on the loth day ol anuary, !':, and ninnlog Uenoe south tn, aat 7b cha'na to a stake on the north bank Keeae Creek, with beach pointers; thence south r west 8 chains to a don uie cucaiuuer e: thence north mb decrees. wet7k chain? IS links to a stake. Ki links south, 71 weat ot a box sluer marked " L. with sweat gum point ers ; the nee north Ur , eaat la chains t links to the beginning: being the same land sat apart to Jonn . Uarner by the county court of ttheibr county, aa enow a toy report of com nxMeaoner ia mlnnte book B. Ho. 14, page m of akiu court, Terniaof Sale OM--aif cash and the other ail in twelve montha irom day of sale, re taining a lien on the land to st core the pay ment uf the same. Uece-nberl it 71. M D. L aTJ WAST. Clerk and Master. John A Only, sol. fdr c mpi't declS NB-Reirt Notice. No. -He, K D. In tha Second Chancery Court of Shelby oo-.nty,TnnaBm DeUcto Bank of Mempula et ai. vs. la K, Ui-bert and others. IN this cause it appearing from tbe petition oX W . a. Kavstl.nd lor writ ol error coram nobis, etc, thai the defendants m aalu peti tion, f reacts P. Fnrnalx, jrrancls P. Vux i all, tr.. Hen wick . Champion and LsaaeM Ita vis, firm of Furnails, Champion S C-o ar xion-rsaldenu oi the state of Tennessee: It I taerelore ordered by the Clerk and Master, .hat said defendant In said peti tion make their appearance herein, at the Court-house ol the tJecotd Chancery Court of Shelby county, in tbe city of Memphis, Tennessee,- on or before the first Monday in January, 171, and plead, an aver or demur to said petition, or the same will be taken lor con rosea as to thus aad set for bearing ex parte; and that a copy of this order be poblisned once a week, for lour suneesslve weeks. In th Memphis Appeal. This November M, 1K7L A copy attest: M. D. L. 8TKWAT, Clark and Master. By C. Hai.cn aa. uepuly C. and M. Oantt s Molkoweli. Hols, tor onmp'lta.(ns Ser r &tl8 9f Ptreeaal Proprty. B1 virus of two executions fro ti the seoond Circuit Court of Shelby eountv. In avor of Wm. Coward va The CiusenV t nion Bank and others. 1 will sel: lor cash, to tn highe-l bidder, In front of Captala Lsrry Har-imao's orfioe. No 8 J eflei son street, on w.d-edy,t-B 27th day f 0eceber,l37'. on large iron aai, lv .ad on aa the prop r y of the Cltlxsn'a Union Bank to saaaly said execution and cost. Hale in legs hours. ISacsmbar 14. Is 1 MAKCTJB J. WBIOHT, Sheriff. Bt Isaac Hoes an, Uepuly Kheritf. J. K. Temple. Allorney lor tie. dec 5 Noa-Reiileat Notice, No. SSI, a D. In the First Circuit Court ef eVrssiuy County. Hi el Johnson, Adm'r of tiara ue! Mi: ier, deceased, vs. J uaepnane Al bert and others. r appearing from affidavit in this cause thai tne uefeuaanta, Rebecca Tate, Ann risiij and Jan Jenks, hslt-slaisrs of Sam ul Miller, dec a ad, plain tins intestate, hav ing husbands, whose names are unknown, and John Miller, half-brother of the said framtl-' Mailer, deceased, and other persona, who nun are unknown, are heirs- at-law of th estate of the aforesaid Samuel Millar, deceased, and that all of their residences aie unknown: It It therefor ordered, That they make their appearance herein, at Ut Circuit Court house In the city o! Memphis, Tenn., on th fourth Monday in January, 19T2, and plead, anawer or demur to cbmpl-lnants' bli , filed herein against lb em as uelre-at-law ol said Samuel M Li er, deceased, to sell real estate to pay debts, or tbe same wilt be taken for cou xeassd ss to them and set fur hearing ax parte: and thai a copy ol this order be published once a week, ior lour succ. salve weeks. in the Memphis Appeal. Don at officeltnls IJth day of lecember,l7L rKAKK TAUT, Clerk. Br a F. Ooi.ams, Deputy Clerk. Walker A Horrigan, sola, ior oomp eiu ants. dl thu So. B, & D. second Chaneary Court The. u. rseai et al vs. K. J. B. L Winn et a. S 11 T virtue or a nrni.pt -a--a ,,r the Second Chancery Court o; Shelby ccnntv.en. "red In the aoov cause, 1 wtil, at my office u.nM, on oet-o-a s-reei, aaempnis, oner at public sale, ou Wedoesaay, Jasaary 10, ts72, within legsa hours, th lot or isnd desig. natdad r-nrnuered trom 1 lo ;i 1 1 ilaelss on the plan ui ass, vision of irrv, acres of lsn-1 belor ging to K. J. B la Winn, situate in Snalby county, on ths new Baleigra road, and bounded in part oa in north oy woli river. These lota, aa lain off on tne nan ens i on sxniblt on at tb onlie of tne t srS and a aster and oi ecmplain-nis' aoueiuor, L. , i ne'er land. Eti., em brace i. . illsnn a seres. I These lots, or any of mem, will he eoid on . ii" in oi si a anu iweive mpri.t; uoxau i'.h aecortty will be required of tue pur rhaser, snd lien re tain ea to secure the de ferred payments. Tuese lands ar all timbered, ftrlxl and well adapted for mtUtUt AKM a, or lor gar denlog purpoaea. sacn bargains as will be oflsrei in this Isud have seldom been rsid to ute Sl-SCULATOB. th WooD'Ubalbs. the Ua anxax-, and all woo want residence property a-ijacent to and ocuvenlent to Meoapnia being ou the line of tn railroad from Memph's to Kalelgc, and uxiry 2ft m. lea Irom Court oqaare. W - all tarttculars and plans ean be had at my o s, or of L B. Md'arlar- d, hoL for Co nop aiuants, at th Plautera insurance i:u.id: g. No. 11 Madison street, sxampnie, Tenaessee. qstd M. D. I. weWABT. Clerk and Sfsrsr. PiOaEta Coyn Sale HiSTATID No. 37. K. D In the frobste Court of She; by County, Tennessos - Harlow Dow. admin istrator of th estate of Edward Cr-erry, d cease , va. Amy Cherry. TTNUER and by virtu of an order of sal. J made in the above cause at the pre-enl t Decern ue ) term of the Prohaie Co r: of Shelby county, Tennersee, 1 will sail al pub- iie suuuuii, iu iron, ui ine couri uouae uoor, on Union street, In th ally of Mar-phi, on Tuesday, January 9, 1872, within legal hours, the following describe.! Being part of entry No. 84. lor 185 aoraa. In tbe name of sal ward Cherry , dated ou thestu day of April. ItnU. bouined aa oilowa: Be ginning ai the northwest corner of said en try , ai a staxe si iinxa soul u or a sweet gum marked 8 1 thence east 31 chains atul lu links tsa stake lu slab Lake. Irom wlcb aonlh x west .A licks to a locust marked si . t centre south X4 chains and -3 licks lo a stake, farm which north 4U try east Ml rinks, a wniie oak marked P; thence eaat 1 chain and 3d .buss to a stake, from which norm 31' atf west H links, a box elder marked W: thence south 14 chains and u .Inks to a stake, irom which suuta as 30 west 34 tanks, au e. m marked K 0 1 thence 18 caairrs aud .b links to a amaii back berry maraeu K B; thenc south a chains to a siake os th banr of Pnrcell Chute, near a cotton wood marks d Y ,' thanes up aa.d chute with the old ban as or meanders thereof north tb BT west 9jl chains north, ST west, 1.4- chains north, trr 4y west. 7 12 cnai na nort a et west, 11 chains north 77 lay west 6 37 chains to stake 4 links west of a cettou wood marked W , thence north 14 chains and 3b i nks to a stake 78 links hi. 1 1 aa elm marked W ; thane W. 15 .4 chains to stake; thonce N. 12 chains and licks to th beciniitrm. eontalniria- lu aorea. and lying and being cnlA-and o. 4U, in she! oy county , Tennessee. terms of sal Co a credit or seven mouths, IB ptucnr executing a note witai p firovec security lor the baualiase money ; a lsn wiii ue retained on tbe land. Equity of redemption forever barred. JAMBri HKll.l.Y. Clerk, By J. H. CTJLLKB, u C. Kandoiph, Hammond A Jordon. Sols, for complainant. Bsa Sheriff's Salt, of Real Estate Bx virma or a venditioni exponas. :rom the Fire; Circuit (onrt nf Anmii connty, in favor of Henry Laird and tarah la. sua, oy uexi tneL-f. iienry Lard sWafaSS ft Krvnrn i ri:i -t-i ssssBi 'o 'he imighi at bidder in front of the ahertff's "ISce, on Hf-con-i . treet, near and saerih of uukid sireei. on Satarday, tne 13U Day af laaaary, 1872, The following lrt ct parcel of land. lvTae and -ma in .u.ut o.uil'v - li , and in tbe elty or Mrmbbta. and bounded 'allows: Ueelnalug on th east side of D. oto street 9u iei north o where famuli i street era tha Bice sc.l Bamsey lis, st the northwest corner of B. O. Tooie's let ; runs thenee north along the east aid of I) si lean st-etlt3ist; thecce south Farallsl with De Mote street to B. J. Toole's nortbeaat corner j .stmt, wttes sau Lire Dunn IIUS CT U LI. ro-jle's lot to tb beginning, together with 'h lmpruvemeut on ih saxna; isvlad on as the property of A. M. Furgusna, to pay said debts, ua ter eat and costs Sal between the or itiB oi it' o ciucz a n. and 4 p.m. MAKCtTS J. WBX JHT.Sherlfx. Sf W. W. Co eman. Deputy Sher.a. WUat n a Beard, Attorneys lor PlalnUlT. baca-iar Ut, ,7L dU ORDINANCE. An ordinance to provide for laying down urT-iA. Ku.itit ana cn os. CTro.- Be it ordained by the General OonncAl of tha City of Msmphia, That the coat ft trading, paving end repalru.c Jde walits, ln?.u :ing tne enrbue and -he a i tiers alqaigalstw, anaii be borna by tha owners of -- -.'.ing prcperty. ana sacn coat shall be apportloae-. and eharved with abu tloa lot iu prporti"a to their rssp-y.iTt fronta. and tmm be pi by the o vners of anch lote res pee' t vet y. aee X And fe It farther onlalned Th'X if hiA ir lair-r 'r trwcf - or pr peiTy .ho are re qnlred by t9 tieaer.! CouiCii to ro struct si-Jewalfce, eurba or ftrtrert i front of the same fail or re'nae toeniutruct the san.e In accortlance with tee reqniremente, teen In addition to tbe remedy provided by article chapter XII, rtagee axv an t 380 of iBrldgee' -"., siav j -aAAaj,AJUr-sx aialll prjiJUUQ LO a7 ve tise ror bids for the ;x Detraction ofawtJ si-l-wa.x. .niter or curb. In accordance with tee terms nd pro lsiona of section 3, article "-""i-'w-pr i.. pt-efs. -ta orii'Kes UTgesx, wnicn .a ueret7 adopted, and is uvlared to apply lo mts cOajSraiton of sidewalkn, f Titers "ci;hm) la-xt- paTixig .creete, aiiaysaUAU avei.uea. teo . And be tt farther ordain' d. That sections i, a b aU 7 or artic e .chapter -IU paaa 8-6.837 and as, Bridges' L:ges.. -Aa tr urir-ij i-J itS-Tx, aaA-U art artlUM lO tp ply .is rnliy to tne cotatrucUon of eldewa as 4ntttr9 aTd enrba as to tae paving of the atretts, alleys and avenues ef the ettv and the dniirs .m posed by the said eaetions upon th u-l-.'s C oncll and a pen ' he sever. oCl '!- of Ihiv elty, in reference to the par lng of streets ail.ya and avennea,are hereby 1 ou p. sed upon th m in reference to the "on-strCaatAAi-n of B;dewa-Ll-, gullets and curba aa laJ'T as if herein speatKf. -sec. I sua e it further ordalnsd. That every contract for the construction of any hucL sideWaiAja.gaLter or enro ana.: dialinctjy sasao luAi itaAC -ymiUL'iu: reuse exciQSlveiy upon lha owner of the oronrtv in front n wnlch the wcrs: Is to he done, or upon the lien given by the city charter upon tne prop erty, tor 1 yment :or lha work to be done acd that the c ty is m no event to be held laoi ior an y part or coat of saeb work. Hec. S. And be it rurtber ordained That ot (uing uerim coatrained shall impair or af rect any reauy aow ex rating by orcl .asce lo cioipet uie construction of sidewa s. gut ter. and curbs, ut .tush remedy rs-ii oa anu remain In full force ad effect. Hcc. ft. Aud be it furiher ord-Uned Thu this ordinal ce lax 9 eiiect and be in loiec rrou and alter Its passage. rar-ae flra: reaijing by Council and re ferred to their ord nan'e commr'te, fso veuiber , .8 1. ana re re red br Itoarii nf a. de'meaj by their ordinance commltiee, No- vemoerS, WWL Upon an ordijaanea. the be'ter to racnlaLa the laying dowr oi sidewa ita. guttera anc cmrbs: naaead alflnt reading by Council and rarer red to their ordinance oommuiee. Nc- veuiOtT i IsTl: .auue act'oci bv BnArd or asJL deimen. cvem bar 3, 19 L. Your hoard of I Aid arn en's crdiuu.ee oummittea teporl I that we have ei.-m.ned the above oruln jB3f , and, i ierelora, recs)miaand Ita ado-v- t;on K;o : r?eived and p',nrv.r-.! in whtn the ordinance paaaad a first read, rig, and on motion th ruies were suspendeo. per provision-; of the oor-nn eeodon of the ciiy charter, and the orcl nance paaaad a aee ond and final readir-t by le Hoard of alder men, sJecamber a, ls71 : paaserl seoonC. read lng oy Council. December 11, 1071. Approved levem berJ: l7L JjkLS joHJStsOJS. Mayor. Attest: L. H. Ricn' City tteglaaer. d-P Shet-Ts Saie ot Keai Estate. BT vliue of sn execution frotu the riecond Circuit Court or Mheibv rftnnr-.- in favor of S. st. A p person and ot. V. Hamuaut, part ners, etc vs. Morse A Hudson and S.J. B. aarcy, 1 will sell to the highest Didder, lor eaah, in front o: UM accr:n's office, on Sec ond street, near Union atre.'t, 1st th city oi Memphis, oiielhy county, dials cf Tennessee. Oa Saturdgyjhe 13th day af Janaary, t872, the following described lot or parcel of land lying ana being in the county al uel oy and Stale ol Tennessee, and In th elty of Memphis, to wit: Lot Ho. 4 in tha an -..division of lot Mo. , in block "o. li as laid down on the man of South Menxp Is, bounded as follows: bet inning 50 feel from the Intersection o! Maui anu Linden street, on the west sine or Main and norm aids ol Lluaon r tracts, and runs thence northward ly with tbe west aids of Main st set et to tne corner of the lot so d by '. o. Searcy to A. w. Bynum; the ce west pax-all el with Linden street LB feet: thence south narailei with Main street irt lent , tiieacti east 13 . est le th beginning sold to pay said debt, tn ureal and oosu. Sal btwn the hours uf l'J o'clock a.nt.. and 1 p.m. MAtt-. ua j. wkxuMT anena. BT W. w CoutstAS, xrsputy Snerifl. December ia, sTL Myers A WyatisAtty ator plaintta. d.!frl Noa-Retiasrt Notice. So. B i.S. Blntue-'list C; an eery Curt of craaipy ecnniy, tenii.wseo. a am Safaa- fie vs. John Otaaer et sx, appearing that a bid wu filed, a indi cated by above statement, on August L. irso. which was sworn inllnathst laf i ante, John In. gar at d Maixaa- L. tiager, were non-residents ef tne state of Tennessee; that said John 11 .gar waa idsttdlo coin -ptaiaaxti in lha sum of -Jil, ea evidenced ty a promissory note payauie u- six niohms Irom Mat cxt 4, 1C61 ; In c ursuan.e oi Which aai attachment wa issued against ssld de fendant August . leso, and returned levied on their property : mat on December It, 7L an amended bt , was filed by compiainxnt wklch waa sworn to. stating thai de'endants- Jonn Uager, Miriam L. Wager and Kicbard D. ra. jsii.er, are nou resiueuts or xennesa: it ls therefore ordsied, That they make their appearaue herein, at the courthouse in tne city 01 Memphis, lennoase c. en or be fore the first Mouday in Secruajy. 187., and piead. an is .r or demur to cosaplaiiiant a original ard amended bll:, or tb aaaa will be taxen ror coniessea aa to thtm and set for hearing experts; and i a copy ot this srder be ptitr- llahed once a week, lor four successive w.-'K , lu th af empnrs AppeaL A copy Atieei: 0.iML.nd A. COUC Clerk and Master. Bv Blauk, i et-u'.y C. and M. J. K. lemple, gsui. for cuxtplainanl. dMtiru COTTON SEED. THE MEMPHIS OIL COMPANY will fur nish sacks on application, and pay I II t er ton lor sound seed, either by wagon, ral or river. J. . BABXO-i.aupX December is, 17L del NM-Rssidwt NsrJcs Ho. 446 B. D in the Second Chancery Court oi Shelby county, Tennessee. 4orge Mum vs. Llsette Vahimann, H. Vahlnxann and others. T appearing from affidavit filed in this . cause that the defendants, Llsette Vahi mann. H. Vaihn-snn. Louis Kettmann aud tieorge Ksttmann are uon-resldents of th Stat of Tennessee and reel rents of Havo ver. Iter many : It 1 therefore ordsred, by the Clerk and Master, That they max their appear -an herein, at the court-hou ot the Second Chancery Court of Slaeiby county, in tn city oi ateuipnas, ran it leeea, on before the first Monday in February. ISO. and piead, answer or de-tar to complAln- , - t, , u n, ts.Msi. win s. ..s.. .... .. f aaa stl as to them and set for hearing exparte ; and that a copy of this order be published once a week for tour suoeesalve woes In Ih Memphis Appeal, This December 14, l7i. A copy aires i : M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. By C. BxxcHEB, Deputy C. and M. Wascott Slsni. sola, for oomp'lL did sal NOTICE. AMKJtnsu of the stockholders of the Merohni'B .National Bank of Mini hi will be held ou TUSaSllAT, tbe 9tn day oi January, 187a, at their banking house, corner Madison and Main streets, for the purpose of elec.iaig Dire-.iars for theensuing year. Foil open from 10 asm. to 4 p.m. JMO. J. FltaMAS, Cashier. Memphis, Ilecember a, K da ORBIwACE, Be It ordsined by the general council of the city ot Memphis, as follows . That I he grade of fifth street, from Sycamore to ssffarans strest, be hereby so change-i as to drain the water 1 tiling oa said street, Irom dreenlaw to usararis, and from tureen taw to syaassaar s .reels. ar d thai thagiades of Mill and tsreen law streets. Between Kounia and sixth, are ti hanged to corresponu with the grade of r-'irth street, aa aoov desert bed- itserred to lm proverestesmmit:e and oity engineer. De cern oar I 171. Amended by Alderman Betlla, by lnciuding K. irln street, to :.hat he grade of the sa-uahal' coriespond to Filth street, and refe. red to improvsmeut ootaunltt by board of aldermen. Decern .er 8, 1S7L Your joint improvet.ent committee recommend the adoption f f tbe ordinance aa originally presented., w hereupon the ordinance Dad a first reading by council, when on motion the rutee were, lu conformity with the four teenth section of the city charter. ut pended, end the ordinance passed a second an.' final reading. December 11, lriTL Passed first read -1- a by board or aldertrien dinle snarended eaaoova, and the ordrnanee passed a second anu una reauiog, 'jteemoer 11, 1BU. Approved Dtcemner IV, 1S7L JMO. JOrxNHON, Mayor. Att I: L. K. Sic La an city He later, de ) OROINANxE. An cr'linance to fLr the compensation of n embers of the general cjuncii lor the em suing two years. fcatTiO!" 1. Be it ordained by the general council of the c ty of Mem puis. That the c inpensaaon of mmbera of ihe general c 'urjcil for the ens. ina twoTesrs. inall be I-Vj per annum each, to he paid monthly, at awaai o' emcn icoqiq. rec. i And be it sor-ner crdaicex Ttiatthia on'inaoee shall 3e auomiited to the quali- neo vuiprsoi me aaay . at me regwaar eiocuon to be held on tee h at laurad mt Jaouary next, ann thac the same shall u-he eawjot trom add after lit iailfictlov bv a -ftlorltT of tha qiallhed vcters at aai-i election. Paaeed first reauisg. woen, on mouon, me raise wastaaaa pendesjL aa rtuu.i'Bu ay the juritentn aectlon of the city chsr)er, and he oru;aance paaaed a secoud and floai reading by ihe board of aideimen leoembex tt, la.'l Passed first read ing by oounaii. Then, oa motlcn, the rules were aaveawava cy rtu ax.ajBawa o: tne ionr- tetnth seoUon oi Ihe city cinarler. and tha ordinance pasaed aecoDd anl nnai rtauing oy council, Ltceaoer n, Approved iUeoiniber IS, IS. i. JOti JuH.VHON. Mavor. Attest: I. B. Richakds. i lly twegister. decitt ORDIfWEIeSa An orrltnanes to fix the salary of mayor for the ensuing two years Bbcttos 1. Be it ororalLad hv tha cenarai cauncii of the city of Meoaphln, That thesal- ary or me assy or ior sue two years ensuing, oeing mc rrrty-flrth and forty -sixth corror. ate years, shall he live t ri in n dollars 3 xXni per ann a-r-., payaMe in monthly ituialimeut at the end ot each month. Bee. 1 inc be it further ordained. That this ordinance take etlect from and after its pass age. fassed first reading, when, oe motion, the nx.ee ware suspendea, as rtqqlrwa per four teenth section of tn city charter, and ths oruinao.-e passed a sec ud and final reading by Cue boat J oi der men Deoember tt, 117 1 FasMd first reading by the council, rules ass peiiued, and passed second and final reading. Approved, - aaa per is, js7L JOHN JOHNSON, Mayor. Attest : L. a. Ric-Lxaia, City Kegatler. -He J AnacBOw&t rttos. James Brown va. Harris Khodea. Bi-rXKi. JA-dlH hai.... a Justice of the Peace for Shelby county. Teniisaaee. In this case an attachiuent having been eued out by the plain tilt agaiost the ueiennt under aeouon seat. 01 i ne isoae, and tna aanao having bean duly returned into Court levied by axnliihineni upon the money or property m isue aeienaani. in uie uanas oi out. jcdd Bin yon aiad he having anew: red that he hei.sncn money or nroperty o. theueiend ant, and affidavit having b- en made that the de.nd-ant la justly lnuebted lo the plidaU evidenced by accounts, in the aunt o one hundred and eighty dollars and interest, aud tha uss d stand an . la a non-reaident oi the tUtale of the Tenneeaee I it la therefore ordered by the Court, That thedeitndant, Harris Khodes appear before me, at my umce. In the city of Memphlt, Venn., on the 6th day of January, lifTi, at 10 o'ui jca a.m., and defend the same or the suit will be proceeded with exparte; it ta frrther ordered, that thia publication be made in the Memphis Dally Appeal, a newspaper pub list d In the city of Memphis, for ami con- seoutlve weeka frotu thia data tha Let day of JJecember, 1571. .aaiv. s ' 1 , J r. K. Hatch In, son. Att'y lor Pl'fi dei sat CREDITORS' NOTICE. No. 454. R, First Chancery Court of Shelby irounty. v, uiuim B. Oalbresth, Adm'r of th estate of Kobert A. Moon, mossasd, vs. Wllaabetfx Moon at si., th helrs-at-lsw and dlsirinutees and creditors of B. A. Moon, deceased. IH the above can, now pending in said Court.it Uoi dared by tbe Court that ail persons Inters tea in th s:at of ivobert A Moun, dee d, com forward aud file tneir de mands and claims against aal.i estate with the lark and Mstr of lhaa Court, in his orBce, and have tem)4lvsa made parties o this bill before the Tth day of Jane y next (1st.), or their claims will be bat red by th 1 uie of limitation ; ' and that oau'loa la es pecial y imperative as to tSS rssldvnt cred itors : it 1 further oroered by tb i ourt that a copy o this oider be linmed ately inserted ta tne Da.ly Apoeal ao Avalanche, news uapera regu -rlv printed and pnolathed In dempbis, snd that the public tion of asaBS be continued ior four successive weeks. This December U, IsTL A copy attest; ExrMUND a. COLE, Clerk and Master. By K. J , BLACK, D. U, and M. Wright A If oike. Attorneys. dJ wed Tmway, Jacoary t, 872, Wltnln ,sal hosra. us. ii . a 1st, One eertafca tract or parcel or i.-h s. lngln Bh.lby osssty an .".t. SSLS -eaait una-nair oi unuat No. 17 MM for m acrss,lri rang. J anat aseSAoaa; begiT nlng at tne acutheaai oorner of th orlaTaai tract 0 .00 seres; thence west on nariaret. and Ixty-aigBl pole and tnlrty-fiv link to a tss4 IS is sooth boundary tin of aa. 1 tract; tbenes north to Lb north boamdary line o said tract, thence east to lu. nortn east corner; thane sorth to th beginning containing on hundred and elgnty acre., mors or .aaa. lud. Also, one other certain tract or parcel of 1st A lying in said county, in rang Sand section-, of the eleventh surveyor's district, oesinciug at a wutaoak marked g, a, wb.ch 1 zt chains and Tt links north., aad 17 chains and la link eaat of tbe southeast corner o: St'AUlher'i and Oooch's avul acre entry thane west 17 chain and 12 links to s stake, three naaple an 1 blackgun pointers on - trau ther sand Usach . east booai'sry line; Uieoe south, passing Lbelr aoB.aat cornar at M chains aad 7 links in sal 17 ehsi na acd ILxBa to a ftaase and enii-oa. o-axked M. H two elm and one olaexgum '.-inters; thane w.st 17 axia-ns and 7u lanss tc a stake aud two h"rub.c tsolala-xon Benjamin Wen a east .ajundarj line; thenee sou in al cnaaixs at Hubs te s staxe snd whlieosk tsarkssx B. tneuoe asst. grossing West's creek at li; chains, eroaa Mary'i creek ataSi chains croas Mary's areak as Assbl la all Merialns act AO links to a a tax a end hickory re waa I 5 .a'.?. ! "sst ts.uhd.ry lin tt arry; ir.ence norta H chains 71 links to t:e beglrinlrtg, cm-alntna one hundred and alney anf ine-bal' acrea 4y survey bearing da'e tbe lith day of March, Uva, being tbe same heretofore deeded to said Kaakiel Sander Un and hi t eire. granted IB .'ea by the Slate of Tennrsssse by grant No. 4KI2 of date, June sth, is, and ri cordd tn register's offlo st aack., la VolamLL aas id. Aaso on other certain tract or parcel of iand lying In said county m range 0, seciion -, of th ..avs.ua surveyor' dlatncl, oe. ri nj4Bt a atsjts 111 llals wast of a pop.-. marked W. B., the so.-lhwest c arer Wia- soniideriin's.acre en.rv. ... ; Lajiioa soutn Jb chains anat 47 links 10 a slake, J links west of biackgum marked W. . litenoe Waal 4 TBaSlni aiad ral links to a stake three map c and s-aea-gum pointers: lAWaeos north -1 ah all. a and 47 link to a s.axe: thence east 4 -harria and 6d links to tna Sa -ginning, containing eleven snc 'ure-fon-rc BwplamtT'lesT5, nn1- "ae ad dV of 4trx. All cf thai tract of land lying in range 4 aad section north eleventh surveyors urstrlct of Shelby county, being part of grant lo, for iftreai aras in the name of Benja min strong, and ceonde-1 aa follows: Begi -ulhg at a siake black oak pointer, tha north east, corner o; A. t-reuaiiaw's land, thence south lot pole to a stake an.t dead post oak po 1 ular ; thence east ii poias, sava TlinSa no a stake In 3ak Husky's Hue; thence uortu 14 poles 10 a stake, dogwood and poatoak polu-wa. said Stake uueky'e ncrtxtwal rorner, thence west 11a oo.es. save 7 links, tc tSe asase 1 . TftltMllfns SSTi nlT two and one-half acres. o.h. A certain tractor land 'via. ami t fsgmeheiby ceunty, -ttateor Tennessee, in range i. semon a. araoteu to Wilson Bander lin by Ul eta to of t'encesaee. . raa.r Nn ue, bounded ss fullows, to-wit Beginning t a stake in Ui norihweat a MB of & acre tract, running weat 44 chain 11 !ln-7to a stake liBk aoutueaal of a poal oak marked W a comer of tstsv ks's home aaaa ; '-nana south ohalxu, ai linaa at. . ... southeast tor ner of toe Varraoea old tract; ibence west erg rleen chains to the northeast corner of th Based m Butler S0vj acre 'reel rnenee sonic uiju enaana 10 a s ake, wet d ash pointers; lhanc east g to -h SOUlilWeal ooriiar ut ial aura tract; thence north H.75 chains :o tr. oegm-n-Bsr. enatalnlng on hundred and erg hie on I In. A certain traa-t nf aaa sS a-san -a as, Wilson Bsnderl In oy tusrhaui ol i-a r by grant No. Ufa, ivlna u rsnaluv Tenmasuu, m range 4, sec ! 1 -' h. a le- i as lotiows, to-wil: Be.inng st thesou n- I wesi oorner of 117 acre tract, ru-.iiig -:;-ta I wi it Reed and Butler'.' I.e., 44 . - m a ! take with apaxtljh .ai ear. : 4(1.75 chains to a slsss with ae i poin-sas in tne north, a. 1 car er or satu - 1 rac; 1 .e-.co eoarth -srxi ihal-s t. - it ke. I Wa ..1. k .rr and niAxa.01. east Je.au -bains to a suis pOB-aaak lataa Bed W. B.. po n-ers; tbsrace north a. in a aai not aer of -at est , , Aj Crams lo sue ,a iu..r. a,,tu, - ng aas acres. ' n. . .... Ttv TtfaST l rant nf Ian 1 sTaattil n 1 ay iison rahderita bv Ine st.te ,.r lenn-easaa, oy grau Plo la ASS. tying la 8 re sc a. scui a -. anu m.Qr: lo wu: -ea.umna alths not' neH..t ct -... o aikt-'a ISU acre tr - t . na West ti i'r al as lo 9al A, 1 ks-st.tr - anaSra a ma tm W. - : I hence auo h 4xal emm. ta. a .lak in Uas southwest coiner 01 ibe Q Igt- nai grant .or Aai sens; tnence ta.' t, si cdalaa to a stake in lu. snaiowest coi e - Starke's la0-cre tract; iheuc tvrm sSS Chains 10 the ue ginning containing one Bun xe axua signiy aonr aa on qa.r e a 1 6a "in. A certain Lrtset n..-,. .. ,.t i ,.,. .t. Bated on tits north s-de of wont xlx. :n range a. section l o, th llih rtm vsvnr's i.t. trict. In Bhelby county, state o' Tentre-s-e, bngpartoi'graniNo Oi, lor aatl in ihe name of Daniel nailer, and boon, ea as fxtliuwa: Btsdunlns at Wake, maris, m o ar b.es.-r. aad hlacxo-x puinlars hi do lea narth at K. coum s occupant claims, r -a uorthweat cor ner; tuance east wltb Heed and Buiiau-'s line to claaun to a redoes marked W. M ; 1 autre suuin AV onaaas acd JO links to a sxail Cbick assw p tana , thsnss waat ..1 snam. to etas wltn wh teoak ana dogwood pointers; thence :i oi l a 11 rha'aa and lxnk to whiugoak marked W. M.: tnence wast a e.iaiua in a slake, olaak and whiteoaa pointers; tnsnoe north 11 chat na and m links to th raw in -unci con lain lng any aeras. stn. a tract 01 land in tha state of Tin its. se ,nd ouantv OJ Bhelbv: Kuans A aaetlnrta I and and ilth Bnrvevor's DmtxT-t, noana-u aslcliows: aesinnlua at a siaSs an.l hica- ory marked a., lb southeast corner of S-Mkiel cland-rlln't IH -:. en ry; ihence south as anaii" and M) links 10 a stake with biackkum oc inters : -bene tut a .-hatna ana 11 links to a stake, sia.ua and hickore coinlsaa; thenc soutn I tmaina and liaks to a stake, poatoak and blacsoak 'p'liti pain en, thence west J. mains and S links to a stake with whiieoak and hlcko. y pom t- a: thenoe sou in 1 cuala and A) links to a k uacsxirv and hnr- latiam ta-n.-irs- thence west bstosb West creek, xt 11 chavna ui six, lit chains and id link to a whltsoavk marled w . a,, Wilaon sunder lan 'a corner; thence uo'-th IS csains and ral links to a whlteoak marked W. .: ihence sss lo chains and B links to a sugarvre uxarsed B. W Benjamin West' southeast corner ; thence uortu 17 chaia-a and W links I o a stake ; tnence east, trrossinx W en creek. 14 coalns and 4 link sto the ncginning; contain lng, by eatima'log, tW seres. Bfth 1 oa oarsaxu tract of land, lying aud being is tb oouxity o: Bniby snd State of Tenneasef: in rang a, section a,e .nei.th ?urve var tf x.l-rlct, bounded as follows, to wlt: Beginning at Wm. otrpg's southwest earner ; rune tng sooth w tth th worm bcuai d ary Hue 01 Iliad and Butler's tax u-acre sur vey 7 chain and t links to a stake, the southwest corner of said aSM-aere survey; thence east 01 chains a links to a stale; thence norm Ha aegrees west, crossing the La grange road at Mary 's creek, 70 ca:s aud 9) link to poplar marked A. t' the south east corner ol Wilson BderUn'9 10-scre tract; ihence wast, crossing Bandariiua creek sa chalhA, lha sonthwest cox ner of sail Jso-acie tract; ibenev rorth 9 chain to a stake IB links west of s double-poplar marked W. B , W tn strong's soaiueast cor nar; taxentre went chalua - naa 1 1 the be-glnui-g; ooutaining TTtft acres, nor or tees. Also, a cetlaln trac.or carcel or land, oe ing lha same on which Y. W. Lltile uow re sldss, lying and oeing in Ue eaun-.y of Sheluy. Stale of Tennessee, In sth Civil Dis trict, Joining and containing a pars of ths village of Fisherviil, and containing three funursu and two acr.s aud shirty-nan .un drediir of an acre, and counded a tuuows 1 Beginning t slake in the midd:e of lbs road a links from a stump north ro degrees ; tnence 1E degrees north 111 ens in and 10 link toasiaxe in themidvlvof Ih road; -ixeno wst f! chains and so ilnsa to a aha with hickory pointer; thence south aa chains 16 linka to a stake with two poatoak pointers: thence east 5 chains links to a stake with hickory pointers; thence south 7 ccalns u links to a redoak marked " W. W. la"; thence eaat ao chains 7 links to a gum in the 1 ranch ; tnence north ID chain to a stake with whlteo?x pointer; f'lenceeaat Ii chains M) links 10 a slake in the mid die of Ih reed; thence north 18 chains SO Unks to a stake with wMtoakand poatoak po-nters; thonce east 1 enain, sxiu 4s iinks to a slam, ta sis corner ui in fence; thenoe north 7 chains ax links a s stake al corner at a horse lot; ihexvie seat i cnalna i links to a stake; thenc north 2 chains He links to 'Jus heglra- nmg; wotcu was oesoia a,.coiaiog to a sua- la now permsnentlr meal a! rrailsnr. 1 who ar sTl i trte with sat, Adams BBraaWi ua Tsara. "f irai" ' 5".T?gg"l atBSOCThSS, Qiasa,. " 7 msasi; sryunaaa-.-! or n-. aa-uai aai actions of th throat, sa n ,,r w. Si,.s"4b or rat-eTsi- in. Xi "1's-7 habit, ruinous to ih body 1- sm ailLbes. u ZjZVtKi.FgfiZftZ ring freqaantiy lnirajnoB-Jss wi ? -f . and aai iri a OS- WOMk-4, sueh as ar pain ral Hsnatm Whiles, lalllag of the w -aa.iiea Ol ua monthly uiu ui is sumption. The Uoclor by Isttan- upon all aitan -a a -- to a rrdurt nut tx Ss aOMBsaxsr IMnonsily 0 'man ootslj or ul oase. ljlee noa B virtu at a LSsed of Trust ex2cu d to Wllllsrn A. Biyins ov Jaxaea SiS.r saaau, Jin .'ebruary. xatL laig in ut mjSm J.fS "J T- and Cbaaecry Court, uf a.mnna. a11t.1i:. tasr tsria, laea, an no tn tana me Treat-. WuiamA Hlytnax, tis.iai ig ; andtrxTtner i r virtu uf lodgment iwrxdaa-ed m ma sn .rem Court of r..,! r. AprliV-L .171, an In case of Jantas WicAasranaxa s Nil. Marlwtar a ali.-l.al -lTxaj, a.m . on rsSajr, 1S rmsBBii. LB7L li In Irosi of In Counxy txtori SuniL. . Aempn.a, at pua.lr sale, to th hishsst bid der, ior eaat,, hue pn party resaniieea in sa n ed I of Trrxat as - th north half or part oi Nu- J stjiaal A. Kerr's aUaaLvion al JBB1SB r. fcLardA way's country lot is Mm phla, balng tna part of sooua. lhea ...1 ' ac.oeevl and .y Leg hetweea n.. -u .,.1, f lgeoa Buuat road street, fronting a? as ou "Sou aueet. and ex lending aoou; Aa. one strssH to ih . otu.r, on wnlen ar 1 wo i.-arnou nouses." The right of reuoai ; :. - -waived. The title I believed to tss bbbbb esanbarsxl. except for oac-t taxes, bat 1 eon. vy -.my aa trustee. tmsWt-ei MiLAsS MSa-JWaTJ-LKBaTiall U sUPSESE CUURT AT JAUKSUS. "n- BS . H. a. Mo. 7 -second Chascary Court Coualy -ct. B. Wllaaford at a - si ax A 2B 5' ": seresproaounce.! Jun ld,n, J 171. -rae eaprme Coart at Jacxson la this oanae , wilx se.1 ao ta. highsai a dr, in front of Ua. eeeunst C-aneary oomu room on seoond street, aj irao aBBI of Mem phis. Oa Moaaay, Ua I5ta day af Jaaaay, 18; 2, n.eis; tnence Inks SOU h Oi two poatoak ciiaxa to ntxs auy. there- sftstsaa ae rags as fellows: bl'uattd is tn ckty of Meeapnia, Bhsloy county, Tannesse. os the east side of earn atxeaa, and desir na'aai ou the map of said city 01 Memphis . s : at Nc. 7 and a, in block No. na. being pa a -a. -..uhly lot Ba sm. suca-vic-i. and pTiitlond among tne hall s ot Jo p n xt laloot, deceased, by deer of th com men taw com lot the city os Mass phis, a-a numherd in sand plea 01 paitltiou and div: saun aa iota NosTasalB, each fronting ai al au leet on Main atxeet, and running taauA seat wardly us a, feat loan aaley. eas-d tou Sto 7 aad s cuusiiinte ih northern portiou of tfae bio. s 01 ouiidxsg snows ss IS rVovin. -il. C2, together with ail the lm pro teniae la ana appurtenances inartto taalonghag. bexd tula wu a said " v Terms uf Bel six. Iweav aad nieeu 13. land IS1 moaab cxvdlt, purcx-sasrs g-vln. o a w tt appro ru tecurtty. and a i.eu r . p ou in prupeny ;or payasanl of tue parens money, z quity ot rsnemptioc ai red. San. wltnln egal hosra. re rsoer Ix, 171. . 4S B. '-' C hsra - - - Solicitors. dec alas chancery saia ef Real Estaie oat at'jf.ay. larWtry 13, 1872. ChanneTy Court A., irurie- o. Sm it. St.- ia the o. ahcuy coanty a M,a id-au, eto.. a. a. . i Y virtue of an order of eale made in thia 1 e-suae, I w.x. au at pataia aaeuon, to the ..tair-.L b alar, m I rout of tne oALm of tna .ouj iAa.ee r.. court, la site city of idam-ra-a, :enn9ave, oa dataraaiy J.r.u ry 13, 1872, Within legal tnurs, th following daaertbed i at eaaaae, tu-wii: snnaiii. ly Inganu being iu thscouxtly ul Batielby, state ol Tennessee, to-wlt: Lying ta-asdxatlT south of and ad otn ng iu aieaupaa aad cuarieatou raii i anl ou a ulcb 3. A. Meachsir. now resides, b tunned on is ast by tna lauds of Bad -urn, south oy in ulbBon ract, wast by :nos m a. stout sd norm by in MmpiaA ana i aai lesion railroad and in land ul far. .is. containing two hundred and thirty ( Si) acres, lual east of Forrest Hill rerun of saie-oes-third cash, bsiase iu one and iwo year, note hearing -unreal. Laeu retained lo sac nr. Lha deferred psx . BBBBBB xtsi the above described land will be offered a private sal until tn data AMrwld. at my orfl'te. apoa in aaaa tsiSBS, sad 1 will sel. th whole trass or will sail th a aer on tne waalsi nd. or ail acresoOtn eaatsrn end, ao sail wis has ul purcnaaar. Plana of tn sobdiviaton w n tuereor, may bs n at my oin.-e. not soi l t private sale, the same wi li oa uttered al public sal a aoov. 1 aaa Decern aer ii, iS7L M. V. 1 rJTi. W AJiT, Clerk and Master. L. W Fiaisy. Boliuitor. dscisuis snrveys and if no CHANCERY OF LI -El a -17a SALE TJEJm SATURBAY, JAkUARY, I3TH, 1872, vey laereo.', to ue made aiad Died nerein, on or he, re in say or sane; a. viuing aa-ue miu amaii irast ol convenient aise, etc, lanes ob SaLS. on s creuit of six, twelve and eighteen mouths, payable in 3 evaoal rn alalissTits; parchaaeia rtiitxlreu w exeeuts a ilea with approved sttrslaes; lien r-i ve to sears same, aaauity ui rademptioxt barred. Till aosoiute. tDMDBID A-COl-E, cleric su: Master. C. W. rrasar. Attorney. dJ ChaMsry 3teof Rsci Eatais. No 104. It First Chancery Ct urt of Shelby counsy.-sL J, j-ratssha vs x.u.a -tansnu Bradaaaw at L 11I virtu or sn iBteriocBtor; decree for 11 saavanlerad in the above -sua October IB, 171. 1 wtaa sell, at public aue-.ioa, to lu bigh eac bidder, in rrous of tu c.rk aad sastuar' orace. taraenlaw Blocs, secoua street, ciiy of aaen. n,. .tut rrmiy. sltMaalwr i5, 1871, within legal hours, th lol owlag described prnpertt , aitoatea in shel. y ooauty. Ten us, a: sect ion t are (ft, rang. e.ght .9, lev enth Surveyor's District: Beginning at ten ranch's northeast corner with retoak Boaaier; thenoe north loriy t chains to a lak seven (T) link wast tx a post ak marSed "A. A ', Inane Waat eight I) chain forty six link (40) to a slake vi.u uickt.ry pointers. aUan-e south furl coals to a stake on Ban tisneu a north 11ns w.tn eweei guan poisters; then aSt eight (D; chain forty-six ,40) links to the tasgimn na, couiaiu lng ih.rty-iotu and one teulh .at 1 la. acres, by survey, and la lot No. on ill. oy dxareeoi partition tttaoe iu the county Court of Shotby county at It December term, WtJ. in the ease uf B. J. iar.sdaaaw vs. Ma.ua C. Brad ahaw et si. Tb use or Bajji One-third ft) cash; bal ance ta equal pay meat at 6 anu Ul month from date of sale ; purchaser required to ex eeute notes with approved security : Dan re tained, etc. At request of attorney, te above sale Is postponed ustil sstituraay, iaiavy 8 1872, EDMUND A. COLA. Clark and Master. Ia B. McFarland, Atsornsy. nola wed M sat A8a awstrsar' mwt LMat' at- ttwSMBl. COUTsTT 10CBT CI BBS S UrVTCXt, 1 Memphis, Ten , December i0 Is L j TELE following settlement ba..ug been filed In mt office, will be presented to tbe Probate Court of Bnloy eoon y, Te u . :or eouQrmatloo al tbe January T-.rm, IsTi: riaal scttttmenl of Mrs. Ann Jones v. Exsjcutrix of the wUi of C. Jones, deceased. Settlement of J . N. Ford vs. Adm'r de bonis non of th estate of W. T. Bonner, deceased. a AXaivs rtsi iiL.1, tiers. By t,HaCIeV-as,ft 0. dll is a. 411 in tne Second Crxauaery Court ot -cstij oounty, reiueswe Amos Sanso vs J eases rtiu el al: na aB K J. UL Winn vs James Baiue et aL Bt vtrtu ot an order of asl -aad In these causes, 1 will sail, as public suction, to the bigusst blddsr, tn front of the office or the Cierk anu M asier of the Second Chancery t. ua., in th city of Memphis, Tennessee on Saturday, Jutiary l3tn 1872, Wlihin laaai hours, the .4-Uowina aeacribed rea estate, to-wlt: tMuajta lylLns aaa bet-ia In tne eoaniy of -sneioy, btstt. oi TejBJswawa, aud bounded aa folio wa: rJeatxtnina; at Mc tininaf'i uorlneest corner, at a etaae . llaheaat of asweetrum, ma had A: iai north S2 cnaiixa, wo the river, about ouj cna. -aorth of a lArae birch, marked W ; thence eaatwardly with the river to a cy pres! ereelta; thenee northwardly wltn (he meanuertnaa ot Cy prase creek to uie nortn line ef Char ea Jonas tract; .hence tast with raid Jones' line elcnt 'us tna ; Ihence north 7 chains e Unas to said Maine's north weat corner; tn nee eaal with r'aine'a nortn line anu -dcAJexandex s north line w7 cha-aaUii and o Hate, U 'he bey lnnint. t-onalntntS-7 acrea. Terms of laJte cash. lhi Daoemoer lo71.J aM. '. a, .-i . AdA.Cleri an 1 .aU-dar. Geo. W. Wuicheeter and KorirechL, Craft a 3C-Sa,ea, aojaS ior co nplainanta. -31.13 g KEsitiEfiT asricE. So. -90B.O. K. In ths First Chancery Court ut cuualby county, Tn i Miasm Sana Wea rer vs. William TL Island st aL r appearing irons aa order of Court la this J causa that John May, ihe BSBBBBB BBBI oi 7jts 7, sua s, iurmeriy suit, herein, has de parted this in ; that Sarau J. Flalder . form erly Mayf and Michael S. Fielder ,ar hua-uan-i, and tynlnia M.May, widow u. -a. i ilsiianeill, realdaal of Oxrord. M Issiaalpi-i Mary ti. Fatrsll (fuiwly May) and as nana Alfred Futrexl snd John I. May, ar rn. den is of Arasniaa ail of whom ar the a mow and heirs of asM decedent, and non realdenU of the state of Terms. si: It at merer or ordered, That they make tne.r appearaxic heraln, at th courthouse lu.uecityof Memphis, Tenn,. cu or befure Ihe first Monday m January, i7a, and ahow Csauae, if any thsy have, why tnia said suit should not be revived, and judgment, sic, rendered against men, or th asm will oe aaaa and pr-ajesdetl wish experts , sad tha s copy of lha oruar be puoiiaoed oase a w.;-x. ior ,'uar successive weeks. In the Mem. praut AppeaL Novembw Ut, arCL A copy Attest: aaaMUND A. COLS, Clark sad Msarter. By a J. BivAOS, Depaiy C. A M. LngwoodA Mhwia. Sol, ssr' omp.'t all let ttw-aiiilMt Natica. o. 4Sx.-Ih the Second Chancery Court soeiby couuiy mm ll Tama ass. neu. Beoaiett and D. W. 1 arm 01 rnur, Bennett 4 Bow man ueu. K. Hob u: son Jama a Baffin st aL i appearing irom hut duly sworn 10 in this 1 cause mat th defendant, Ueo. B. Bobin st.u . at s uau-realdaal af tn state of Tan- "it'VLb -ror order-. By the Clark and a a tier, thai u oaaSasASSpa i iiiiiiss ii r t itt Be ...... ,,f -na. nv aaiDtr. in lhllT of , pu.- Tenneaaee, on or before ihe first mob lay ' is J-uaary, asTJ, sad plead, an swer or demur to cumplAlnaaia' bill, or ine sams will bs taken tor confessed aa to aaa. ami aat ror uaartai UBarte. and ttvat a juey ef una order be pubiaaned one a wee Sm out iui, niiiiva weeka in the Memphis At. rain, mis ad xay of Novemoar, 1871. A copy attaat: M. D. L. raw-ar,iiwi ni 8 v C. Ba tnaaa. Deputy C and aa. late A l -t a t n. ear la ear eenrte I'm n'o.'r SO. 454, Ba D. IB tSS HlllBig UAS BCBT OUSU I o. Sualby coanty, Tennessee. W. Bohlen and P. B. Bo ulan vs. D. W. Fiowerre. Annl C. Klowerree C. C. F!owtree, Jenny Flow rre, kilan T W ilson, Kate Wilson, Emm i Wilson and Robert L WUaan IT appealing from the bill auiy sworn to in ' ui cause .hat the d-xandania ars all clti aensoi Vitisaattrg, Stat of Maastssippi. sua u"n resident oi Tins miu, and that corn Dial nan is laavs filed their bill in this court, praying 'or a decree to sell the sorth hall M 'no H, ss known cpoa the plan of Mem phis, s'i cal on the ea sM of Main street. In sals City of Atemph s, Tsnnnsi, and now oirnntsil by coaap-ainanla, and to nav in xi. jucds tnsrr" dlviaeu lislBiiiBU eompiain- . and ue.an aula, aceordaxag to intr tsa loesaW lsrs'-i : it a, there tore ordexwd by tsa Clerk and Maatar, That laey, ine itsBBilanta, make ne r appearance herein, at Use court house oi in nooud Chancer r Court of Snsl oy cc only, in tne dty oi Memphis, Tenn on or he or th Hrt Monday in rabrnary. ISTx, aud pt.-ad, anawsr or demur to oomplai anu' bilL or tn Musi, will be taken tor con teased sa to them, and set for hearing ex pert; and that a copy of tola order be pub lianed once a week tor oar success. vs wears in tne Memphis AppeaL Tha Dec. St, HOT. A copy attest: i u L. STBW AJiT. Clark and Master, tt eo DLXa.il, OoL tot compl'ts, BaSSBl latrc4uosa s ons-terni aaaenu.neni to tb ounstitutlon as the only means Of sating the ooutitrv from a per pet rial pr-siavht . m r a. I sol 1 xu sivuuae et ntu sxse raairoao, woo ..aaaa , muss and wTatn.tMit would 1 ilowsrs. full of thorns, nowSBST, and It, i ,., .La im-aa for dsnot ourDOsea. A include -ot-sxxx., sugar, rice, heuap, snd ail I too, was laid aside. The Saviour here, af- . WLrm flgnt u -.rngraaa..'. The Emma lb asTioiiilural alanls o commarae. ter his many trials, says: '111 allow my ,nDjt ln sAag Bf-fae river, a abort dis- . . e . 1 . . - 1 s . , tt ....) .t, at.laa a n aln S-B-BL I - . i s-t..s. Ul i lt l tt i . .rut ai t.tn . itrv- 1 Tavrieca lose, . . - , t.a n , 'it stt iw tutuutu i tus sitftti, tut a", t ha warn of audi McOOMAS NOKTOHOs Wednesday De cember 77th, by Bev. Father Vail, Mr. Nlca- REBAR0LE88 OF COST OR VALUE of said tract not embraced In ssld Trust Deed;: Lying ln Shelby county, and begin ning at a stake in tna center of D Balsigh and Keraaxido road. In th southv.est enrnv ot a thirty -acre tract conveyed lo John Fops by iQhn 1). White: thno sss sa chains j7 links want nf . a? asuanwx TOY1, TOYS, TOYS ! TT OLID AT PBKSJ-N'rtr) tor YOUNttAJaJtK H . ss.. ..-Us will Una her at all H 41 44 5S 85 00 53 55 15 90 46 panlei since the ChicBtro ore. On account of ibe public diii-iasit oi laaamrB-.ee Oompaa-as, axlaing irom the ChMtsgo tire and grom camnieB and detcl-oa-9 tirctxiattwl by a sparitetl opposition, th above -sets are published.