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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1873.
FINANCE AND TKAUE. Mlddlinv- Cotloa 1 1-Sf?19 tie Ex change li to Par BpH 111 1-2. o VetH in Firat Hand- Sales " To Ar riTO "Bran at $24 6S-Eg-ps Kiph r Potatoes Advancing Unit Pork Stiff. Extiimpo Still Srarce Sale of Missis sipai and ToLnesce Kailroad BoliIs City Cor.pons at TO Conatj lYarriints at 90. Irregular Cotton Teleirrami Exporter! BnTlnc loner Prices Looked for Sale- 100 Bales. J Kainxv, January 17, lVt.i, niiMuin Not a single ihange occurred to piv. interest to Madison street atluirs. Ex ciiiiige continues scarce, bat by maui. ulating the Xe Orleaus money market no inconvenience results. Kates con tinue to be ifi discount on New York and the Ka.-t, on New Orleans ; Balling on all points at par. It is expected thai exchange mutt soon go up to i, as it cciitiuues to be supplied in amounts net equaling the demand. Brokers paid 111 for gold. Two awoad mortgage bon Is of the MisMs-ippi and 'JY'.iii-ssi--railroad, ex-January coupons, changed hands at 7, au improvement. The Kinds i , tlii, road have a lreng bold on public favor, and there i- a good iu-uiry for them. $1000 county warrantu were tak'-a at fo. !eniphis currency bonds, with pa-t-diit- oojpouM, sixer.. A4; Memphis gol ! tmds, sixes, tin; Memphis pa-. due-coupons, To; Memphis and Charles ton :-ai!road stock, -i: ditto 1st mort gage kinds, S8; ditto M mortpage, 7S; Memphis at i Ohio railr.iad r.toek, 19; ditto 1st m- .Tijage bonds. ".: ditto ii mortgage, 80; Mttwiftsiujii and Tennes see railroad stock, 15; ditto 1st Eioirgage bonds, 8; ditto 'M mn gage lionds, 72; Mississippi Central railroad stock, 15: ditto 1st mortgage bonds, ST; ditto Cd mortgasre bonds, K2: "1: issippi warrants levee iK.nds, tg; Art 2ii Jfti;8he!!yoouu dit; .ampniis." V5 i.s iiessee monev, iJ, 'C: Teu-ie?.-.. Comi 97. "- s2. Mississi PP" E of Ten new, 33(5, warrants, soap, SJ(ji7c. Rice, 8( 8Jc. as in ijual ity. Brown sugars In hbus, 9$lle; yellow clarified, llJiJlUc; wuite clari fied, 1 12c; powdered and crushed, 13J14c. " !:rsn Few in market at $7(S;8. HAT Stock nearly exhausted; price higfc and uiumotalile; asking ?40 for ohoie. Hominy $4 2b4 50 )er bbl; grite, $0 uu. Kract Steady at $8 (j.9 per bbl s- arflng to sire. Half barrels $5. Labd In iiercea, bl'jSJc; kegs, 9Jc: pails, (tjfr, lOe. Lemons and Oranoks Oranges $8 CJ l: lemons S7 50 for Malaga, for Mes sina $8. Molasses Prime to choice planta tion, .Vvi'OSc; common to prime sugar house syrup, 4055c; fancy, 70f 80c. N Hi Coeoaniits $7 00 per 100; chest n '--, $4 00 per bushel: peanuts, red 3Jc, white 4 per lb. Pecans, 10c per lb. ; fine "Louisiana, 22rS 22Jc. ats. -Oflhnd in store at 55c. Sold from llatboat 185 sks at 50c. OftOWt. Scarce at $4 in store. Potatoes From store, and flatioat 'i o; sunk and dried i 75: seed po tatoes S4(i t 50. For sound peachblows $3 50 aske.i in store. TfKKKYs Alive $12(5 is; dressed, 11 15c; for fresh, 16(31 7c. Pin's Feet Kegs, $2 00. Pork (ireen bulk clearsides, 7c; clear rib, 6;c; shoulders, 5c; hams, 9c the above for packed, loose, (jfjc low- r; mess, 514 pa, Kabbits, etc-. Rabbits, $1 OOvjT 2" en : sijuirrels, j;i (Kk 20; quails, ?1 0Q(aj i"; deer, 5g0c; prairie chickens. fi w. tiame tisii, inc. N' K) eta bles Beets, $2 00; carrots, f2 00; parsnips, f2 00; turnips $2 00. ETABY A.vu FJACIAL. COTTOS. The telegram were not very c" eut ith each other, tliere leiug ad vances in one place and declines in au otiier. New York advanced to - Liverpool declined, quoting y4d. New Orleans quoted P:c. In our market, for the first time for ten days, exporters NEW YORK, January 17. Money was easy most of the dcy at 6S,7 per i-ent.. but closed at 7 per cent. gold. The national bank notes are becomingadrug. Sterling Kj rhange was firmer at KWJ ln.u for bankers' bills. (,od was stronger, ramriuj; at ll-'' !12j. closing at llz 112'. Ixai," were at 5 per cent, for earryiiip, and flat for Imrrowing. Tbe day s ciearings were $4,Mi0,000. Trea sury o"isl!ursenients, S2-Vi,8iih. Engage ment for export to-morrow, $:in0,0no in poiii coin aixi $2-5o,00n in silver bars. Government were dull but firm at a slight advance. The market closed with the following quotations: LT. B. c upons of 1881, 116: 5-aOs of 1862. 114; 5-2UB of 1864. 114; 5-20s of 186-5, ll"j: 5-208 of 1865, new, 113j : .5-20s of 1867,115; 6-308 of 1868, 114; new 5s, 1114- t.'.is 111- cnrreiifv (U 1133 I mon to choice cows and heifere, 2;.4c; J Texan, 3W41: fair to choice, shippers, I 4 J' - ic. NEW YORK. January 17. Flour very firm, with light offerings; super fine Western and State, $6 10(6 50; common to good extra, $7 10,7 65; good to choice, $7 7.5T25; St. Louis, $7 75(.i 13. Wheat firm and in moder ate request; No. spring, $1 52(5,1 55; No. 2 Northwestern, $1 5-5. Rye firm. Barley steady. Malt quiet. Corn in fair demand: old Western mixed, alloat, tidf.; 66Jc. Oats are steady; new Western, mixed, 5062& Coflee Is strong and higher: Rio, 16jf :7c. Sugar quiet: fair to good refining, , : c. Molasses, New Orleaus, 60(n;72e. Kicx oiher at 8i SJc. Petroleum Jul! ! ! wer; refined, 2Uc. Pork firmer; :.. .-,s, $1.'! RttU 75; prime mess, 14f 14 50. Beef dull; mess, 10 12c; extra, 12(,13e; hams quiet at WK'.i 2c; tierce nominal. Cut meats (iuiet; hams. Of"' 101c: middlinps dull; shoul der.-. 7Jc; long and short clear sides, Tl. Lard is firm; Western steam, UK 8H'. Butter firmer; Western, 1216c. Cheese tinner at I9g 15e. CINCINNATI, January-17. Flour in fair demand and higher at $8 25( 8 50. Wheat in fair demand and higher at SI 7.i. 1 75. Corn steady at 40c. Gro ceries firm. Oil steady. Eggs in fair demand and firm at BSQSSc. Butter is steady, with a moderate demand. Pork nominal and offerinits light, $12 75(3 IS. Lard firm; steam, 7ift7ie; kettle, 7i.i, 8c. Bulk meats are strong at fe'lfe, sales at 4ic; buyer, March, 4c- bulk clear rib, ti(rF6c; sides, n't tjje. Bacon in gcssl demand: shoulders, 5f ojc; clear rii, 7Jc; clear, 7;fi 7 ireen meats tinner: shoulders, !;. 'i;c; clear rib, 5 .. 5-io: hams, 7f 0c for 1; to 14-pound averages latter generally held at 9c. Hogs firm at HC" 4 25. Whisky active at site. CHICAGO, January 17. Flour is in fair demand ami prices advanced; extra spring, $8 25(.t 7 86. Wheat In active de mand and prices higher; No. 2 sprinp, Chicago, jl 2o'. on spot; No. 3 spring. 1 (w; ;' rejected,' m.- Com No. 2, 30Jc forspot: rejected, 27U-. Oats are in fair demand and prices higher; No. 2, Me. Itve steady, with a moderate de- manil; No. 2. 67 80c. Barley is active SPECIAL NOTICES. dr. lull's expkitorasit. TIjo priirt!esof tills elet-aut pri-jiuratloa are dentufceni. nutritive, Imlsamir, heallnc and sooLhliitf. It hracug tin- nervous s stem and pniduces pleasunl and refrathlug sleep, iltx ni!ariti4.s Hiid relieves gloomlnuits :iud depres sion. It Is tbe most valuable I.udr Balium ever ofrered to euffercn from pulmonmy dlseaseK. Pkrkyvii.le, Ala., Marrli , ima. Or. WiUIimii H.Tutt- Dear Hlr: Kor nrtw-n ye;.r I have been alfllcUil with astliuiH. My surTrrlng has In-en Intense. 1 have been unn ble- lo lay down lor a week at a time. 11 seemed as If 1 would choke. I coughed lnces sitnily.and my wheeling could be heard all over the bouse. I hjid despaired of ever get tlngwell.bui thanks to your invaluable Ex pectorant, iny attacks are aeldom. 1 can now nt well at night. I believe it will make a permanent cure. Truly yours, ARTHUR F. MCCOY. ir. Tutt's Hair Dye Contains no Sulphur. ' CAUTION. 1840. 1873, PUBLICATIONS. LOTTERY. the I F. iEKRIS' Wr eHle;-lilreSanre ltuyerN are call ilontsl to avoid tue numerout. .'ouuterfelts itnd Imit.-ttioiiK offered lor Kale SVHti BIM1S S !W!.V f w Turk, Agfcnts lor tbe I ' tilted State. IUK HEUIR-N HAIR DTE. This splendid Hair Dye Is the fce.t in tit w.rM. The oi.lv True and Perfect llye. Harm 1--SH Itellable and Iubtantaneous; no disap pointment; norldlcuious tints or unnleasant odor. Remedies the 111 efTectaof tad dyes and washes. Produces 1 i . i. v a superb Black ok .Vati hai Brown, and leavonthe b-Ur.CLKAX, Sorr and WW 1 1 1 1 1 1 I Tiie gen uine signed W. A. Balchelor. Hold by all drttg gtaU. cHAS. HAK HKl.oit. Prop :. N. Y. MEDICAL. LYON'S KATHAIR0N, 1 1 1 . i i i , - i . , wi "t 'l . . amu . ' ta a.a v an.! higher; No." 2 fall, UkffrZ: Pro visions are active and prices advanced ; mess pork, Sll for spot. Lard is 7Jc for spot. Meats are held Jc higher; green hams sold at 7jc for lG-pountl averages. Hulk meats are steady and in moderate demand; shoulders, 4c; short rib middles, loose, ." "c dressed. Hogs are steady at ?4 Wi 4 Ml Whisky nom inal; 88c bid, SSlc asketl no sales. NEW ORLEAN 8, J auuary 1 7.-Floux scarce and in good local demand; treble For Preserving and Beautifying the Hu man Hair. To Prevent its Falling Ont and Turning dr.iy. A well-preserved Head of H;iir, tn a peru of middle age, at once liespcnks refinement elegance, itealth and Ijeauty. It ma' truly he called woman's crowning glory, while men are not Insensible to its advantages and charms. Few things are more dlsuMing than IMa. frizzly, harah, untamed hair, with head and c covered with dandruff. Visit a bar ber. and you feel and look like a new muu. Till- is what LTOK S KATII AIRON will do all tlielline. The charm which lies in well placed hair, glossy curls, luxuriant tresesand I a clean bead, is noticeable and Irresistible. 1 Isold by all Druggists and Country Wore. M'j.'e llonri were nominal; quotations extra. S7 ,VKi0: choice, sfl 50,',; It) 50 as follows: Missomi,92i; Tennessee, old, ; corn scarce and higher; white, 75c. . : l eiinesee, new, $; trginia, new, . Qata firm ; 4f 30c. Bran scarce, $1 35. i 639'.- 41. Dry salt rc. Ba 7 ; i e;,nesee, new, 9- lrginia, new, Oata firm ; 4s .50,-. Bran scan SO: irL.;nia, old, 45; North Carolina, Hay in fair demand; choice, bM, ; North Caroliiua, new, 18. j Pork dull ; mess, lolfelSjc. &Vi I; otened firm and advanced (a Pacific Mail showing more strength, the advance was more than the last. New Fork Central fell to 1021. Pacific fell uc: -.me i.uMiiesa, enoouragea i.j an- .,, Krk. U,M: Western I'nion to other heavy .iron in Liveritooi freight, 1 5 . i-inn Paitie t,, tihimtn it;l- now , 0,1 a., R, k island to lltii, and Wabash to 72i. 3l river, ran 1 rhe degression tsiutintitM) till late in the but New ork : Ohios rose to uie ra'es or wlucli are rail and steamer, and " and steamer. ralfcs amounted to P.o-J! bales at previous quotations. A lot nearly 2ifc' l..tl good ordinary was taken at 17c, and some middling was ob tained as low as Hjfl Our market is now jc lower thau a week ago, but buy ers grumble more uow, at high prices, t! .:. they did before tbe decline. One exiHirter savs he has advised his nrinci- : evetiini' in si. me stocks of fenfral aiivancoit ro 10"" meats scarce and firmer; 5, 71. con scarce and firmer; 5, 12J(j 12j, loj 101c. Hams firm; sugar-cured, 101 c. Lard, easier; tierce, 7I .-SJc: keg, 9j(S. 9jc. Sugar in fair demand; inferior, 5,'iOc; common, Ol'ff'c; fair to fully fair, "JefS-jc; prime, OTS 9c. Molasse in good demand: ccutrifugal, 46Y50c; fair to choice, 5854c; prime, 5-V' 57c; -trictly prime, SOMc. Whisky Lou isiana, scarce, 94c; no W'estern here. Coffee in good demand, 10J(a;191e. LOL'IHVILLE, Jauuarj' 17. Bagging quiet at loVi 14c. Flour firmerand tend ing upward; extra family, S7; No. 1, $8; 4'v: Western Union advanced to k; . ! l':.iin Pacific tooVi.and Pacific Mail ' to ij!t. The market closed dull, but very strong, with quotations as follows: 'anton.pil ; W. U. Telegraph Company, lt.oa...:i:i j , .1 " ui'.iaiu, r.vua lu ' " X-Vr 'a. v , v1" fancy, s. Wheat firm at 51 bOf- 1 70 on pals in Liverpool to buy cotton afloat. I rw ,.nV a Um.hw i arrnai. -oni nrm ; a thtw call 'et It cheaper than he can. Union Express Company, 6!; United bportrrs are watcning the rising a- s..t!ea Kspress Company, 79!; Pacific term, thear expect through them to seeiM,n (ai. v, - - io-:. eiii.n in. icaw Jiiu inia-3 u'Tita-r , i , -, , Klii- t n rM e n eipts increase and prices then will be their chance to buy. repeat quotations. Ordinary We lVi18'4 H lA&UK 1 1 . 77; Harlem, The foIloelug are the receipts, export and atociis in Memphis: IsT... Receipt LM Shipments vti Htock , 29,228 Totalvci ptstodate CUT! Total shipment todate ltl3,Ca lsrj. 2.1M l.Cls lemphls and CI ed pt .ton railroad - lessee railroad I Ohio railroad Little Rock railroad w, ,n and other source EXPORTS. OiN von raliroad. ssee raliroad lroad iteataen, sotith.. ll'i;: Harlem, preferreil, 120; Michigan Central, 1071; Pittsburg,Fort Wayne and Chigo, 891; Northwestern, 80j; North-wi-:ern, preferred, 87j; Rock Island, U0i; New Jersey Central, ex-dividend : lolj; 8t. Paul, 52J; Ht. Paul, preferred, T7; Wabash, 72j; Wabash, preferred, 82; Fort Wayne, 92, extra divi dend; Terre Haute, 110; Terre Haute, preferred, 135; Chicago and Alton, 113; Chicago and Alton, pre ferred, 117; Ohio and Mississippi, 40j; 'and, Columbus and Ciucir.nati, 89; Burlington and Quincv, 114; Union Pacific, W ; Central Pacific bonds, 99J : Union Pacific bonds, 87 j ; Delaware and Lackawana, 95J; Hartford and Erie, 81. NEW ORLEAN.-Uanuary 17. Sight .. exchange, discount; sterling ex- 'chainte, 21 LONDON, January 17, 5 p.m. Con" money, 92J; account, 92J(a92',, United States coupons 3-20s of 1865, MS-.; 5-2is of 1867, 931; 10-40S, 90; new lives, 89-; Erie,485. The rate ol discount for 3-montha' bills in oien market was j below bank rate. FRANKFOKT, January 17. United States coupons of ''2, 96 j. PARIS, January 17. Itentes 54f 47c. l'tu Zro at 40c. Oats steady at 'loc. live linn at soc all on arrival. Hogs firm at s4 10 for heavy; receipts for past 48 hours, 2000 head.. Provisions in active demand; mess pork firm at c-12 75. Bacon firm; shoulders, 5c; char ribs, 7;(S71c; clear sides, 7J($ 7c, all packed. Hams, plain, 12e; sugar-cured. 121' 13c paoked. Bulkmeats in round lota, loose, as follows: shoul ders, tl&tje: clear rib sides, 6J6sc; clear sides, 6J(6c, jiacked Jc higher. Lard steady; choice leaf in tierces, 7jc; in kegs, 8jc; gtxxl, 7Jc Whiskv firm at 89(,90c. NASHVILLE, January 17. Flour in good demand at full prices; extra family, ;7 SQfi 8 SO. Wheat in good demand at -1 7-V.i 1 so. ('.in, steady, with moderate demand at 38c, on orders in depot. Oats in gotsi demand at 47e in depot on orders. No sales of rye or barley. Corn meal, j2 30. Provisions very active. I'.nlkmeats shoulders, 5c; clear ril, ',: clear sides, 7c. Lard kettle dried, s sr. Sugar-cured hams, 14c. HARDWARE. HFSEBAI. The stocks of feed and produce now I on hand in the city are lower than we : ever saw them hcfcpt ; the market is : consequently without animation. Pric-s are "all at sea," the litlle buying audi wiling going on I iug at such prices a- in tbe Bank of France haa in- Uie buyer and seller, in ease, may airrec upon. t mill MARKETS OF THE WOKhK u h individual ! creased 500,'lOOf. 1'be oiteuing of j tne rivers an .v.- attire Us a plentitul supply in two or three days, and in some mstau'-es sales are making to arrive. For Oirn the prevalent rate was 62jc for I NEW YORK, January 17, 10:15 a.m. round lots, in store asking 65c and over. Cotton dull: ordinary, 17c; good ordi- oru is dull in New York at 67c, nary, 18jc; low middhng, 191c; middling 3 -ic in Chicago. 39c al St. Loub, wltite I Alabama, 30Jc; Orleans, 21c; M in New Orleans, 38'., 40c at Iyjuis-1 Texas, 21ic; futures dull; no sales; ville. Mit are generaliv held at 55c in I Jauuarj-, 19 9-10c asked ; February, Itc; store; 183 sks sold from flUoat at Vic. I March. 19 15-16c; AprU, 20 3-16c; May, 204c; June, 21 ic asked 12:05 p.m. Cotton dull; ordinary 17 Jc; good ordinary, 18 jc; low middling, l!'e: middling, 20$e; Alabama, 20jc; Orleaus, 21c; Texas, 21Jc; sales to-day, spinners, 221 bales; futures, 1500 bales; sales last evening, for export, 1631 bales; to spinners, 36 bales; included in the In New Orleans oats are 48(5 50c, in New York Wa 52c, iu Chicago 25t 23ic, in St. Louis au-. in lyouisviile 30c Bag is fully sn f(,r choic-. but there is so lit tle of any kind iu th city that it is use less attempting to give any quotations; in New Orleans it la $39ra 41. Bran is a rarity; 35 tons bran and ship stulT, " to arrive." sold at $24 5ft. OirnmexU sold "toarriv, ,'" at $3 2". Kuan higiier 'or rresb, 3SVS 3-H-: f-.r old st-s-.k 30c. PiAnUirjt were generally held higher to-day. but there are so many qwaiiti. - sound, frosted, sunk and dried, etc. that it is not easy to understand quota tions: ."4 bbls. sunk and dried, sold on landing at $2 75, and 55 bbls choice I hales; included in the sales are 1259 jieachblows at $3 25; seed potatoes sell j haks to arrive. Futures quiet; F'ebru in store at S4 50. Uiaoru sc-aroe at S4. 1 ary, Ue; June, 21c. CnUio from .m; t , -'0 ,er HKi bead ac-! Cotton reiort for seven days at all The Celebrated Hackett Grate Is use.1 by Uie following lamilles. who I feel assured will take pleasure in giving their opinion as to the meiil of UiU Grate to any o:n" sitlteriug from cold rooms this freezing weathtr. VK CLAIM that they reqo lie lea fuel, give out more heat and leave lists ashe and are more cleanly than any grate in use. In the Northern Part of the City: G. Reder. .1. B. Grilling, William Karr, Win. Allen, Ueorge Hanilwcrkcr, Dr. K. f. Ba email W. .. Mitchell, .1. P. Prescott, Kev. Father Waleh. In the Central Part of tbe City : ... 11 .. 1.4 ..-i A ', . - llr T3 , .. I 1 :r. A. Sierenyi, M. K. Cochran, P. Menses, Judge T. W. Brown C.C Graham, G. M. Greeley, c. P. Vinale, J. K. Cook. Arc t.; W. 7.. Taylor. Kargaann A Clay, bd. Neiderer, 0L Coun, Crafi A Mcales, A. F. Ilods. Iii Southern Part of the City : K. 1". Fontaine, V:u. Co e. t-Vorge Hook. PLANTATION BITTERS S. T 18i Q--X. This Trnnderfal vegetablp rcstoratlrf Is the sbect-anchor of the feeble and debilitated. As a tonic and cordial for the aged and languid, It htm no equal among stomachic. As a remedy for the aerroas weakness to which women :: e especially subject, it snperseding every other stlmnLuit. In all climates, tropical, temperate or frlglt'., It acts as a gpeciCc In every species of disorder which tmdennines the bodily strength, and breaks down the animal spirita. BEAUTIFUL WOMAN. If AG A A.4- HAUSOUA BALM gives lo the t'omplexion tbe Freshness or Toatb. Hao.an's Magnolia Halm overcomes the flushed appearance caused by heat, fatigu and excitement. It makes the lady of forty appear but twenty, and so natural and perfect that no person can detect lb) applcation. By its use the roughest skin Is made to rival the pare radiant texture of youthful beauty. It removes redness, blotches and pimples. It contains nothing that will Injure tbo skit in tbe east. Magnolia Bai.m is used by ail fashionable adies in New Yow York, London and Paris It costs only 75 cenbi per Bottle, and Is sold by all Druggists and Perfumers. MEMPHIS APPEAL 3E3 DAILY-WEEKLY GUIDE THK GRKA'I $64,260 DAILY AND WEEKLY Thk GritiK In now in its sixth year of putiiieaiion, and now, as heretofore, strives to be first of all, and pre eminently the advrr liting paper or the isouth. All the populur lealuiitt, that have heretofore distinguished 11 will be continued, and everv effort made to render It still mors derving of public favor. Now, as always, THE GUIDE labors with all its heart for the promotion o tbe great material Interests of Virginia and the Kouth. 1 he progress of immigration, tavention and latior-saving, the development of our resour ces, the utilization of our vast underlying ores, the extension of the facilities lor bring ini; producer and consumer nearer together. Whuiever tends to swell the ranks, Increase the knowledge and better the condition ot those devoted to production and industry, finds mention and encouragement In our columns. Tur. c idk has no eijnal in the state as an advertising medium lor merchants, manufac turers and all others who wish to reach the people in Virginia, .North and Sir it I. Caroii nas. Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Southern ' 'hlo tinil West lrginia, beside a medlutn 1 circulation in the rest of the Hi.ntli,rn U...I Western States. Tag i.i ivy. has a larger number of readers in Virginia than any other paper thousands read It dally on the railroads, steaiulxmts, canals, etc.. free. TERMS BY MAIL. One copy, one year .J0 cents. Five copies, one year (one address; ti Uu Address THK GUIDE, Jail) Poslofflce Box 2s, Richmond, Va. A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE OWiOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOO (HMXKIOOOOOl o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOC OOOOtK)00(SKX0000000410 000000(MJOOOOO(00000 " Vol. V. 1S7S. ooo ooo ooo DO. CHANCERY SALES. DISPENSARY. advertising paper j KENTDGKT STATE LOTTERY. inr. Butin, iAUanr.e.1 oy an act or tne Legislature, The most liberal Lottery eyer drawn. Only 7140 TlckeU and 5080 Prize. To be drawn Dec. atth, una, in Covington, Ky. One Capital Prize of : $25,000 1 Prise of s . - H Prises of. . aau 1 Prise or 2.15U . Prizes of 6u .'Prises of !,) at Prises of 20 ! Prises of 5002,610 Prises of a jw rrizi s, amounting to a.-io 'nckeis, (12 ; jaalves, ae t tiuarters, as. onr lotteries are chartered by the .State, and dfswn at the time nameal, under the su pervision of sworn Commissioners. Tli drawings will be puhimhed in the New York, Chicago and Louisville papers. sfcse we will draw a similar scheme this last Saturday of every monUi during the years 172 and 173. " Remit at onr risk by Postofllce Money tlrder, Registered Letter, Drall or Express, aw Semi for a circ liar. Address MMITH, . SIMMONS A CO., ocJi tUr Hos sa7.Co-.-lngVin. Ky. Chancery Sale of Real Estate. Ho. S, 8 Klrsl Chancery ( onrt of 8taelby county. T. A. Hutchinson vs. Wm. M-.c. Hutchinson. BY virtue of an Order ol sale entered tn the above canse December U, 172, 1 will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, tn front of the Clerk and Master's office. Green law Block, Second street, Memphis, Tenn., on Saturday, January 19, 1878, within legal hoars, the following described property, situated in M-mphls, snaib? count , Tennessee, to-wl: : Beginning at a stake on the west side ot DeMoto street tarxy feet and nine Inches north of tbe soutlicsv-i . ornerof the space of ground purchased bar A- S. Brown on April 22, 1', ef R. Best wick, said corn-r being 8l'-i feet north of the nort h west comer of DeKoto street and Brown'' avenue; thence from said stake west 2ts feet parallel with BE. D. S. J0H5S05'8 MEDICAL DISPENSAR 206 MAUf STttEET, Up-suirs, between Washlsfton and Adam aCZMPHTJS, TEWS., Is now IB aslslillilisil for the tr "t valient, both mate and ferns , Who are afflicted with any form of VEXKBEAL OB SEtBET I)WEaES HypblUls, Gonorrhea, Gleet, Btrietare ITrina Diseases; Syphli:i;:c or Mer- sucb as and all PROBATE COURT SALE HEARTH AND HOME aWThe MEMPHIS APPEAL is now thor oughly Identified with the people of Tennis see, Alabama, Mississippi and Arkansas. It has been in existence thirty-two years, and popular as it has heretofore been, the present proprietors are determined to render it still more worthy of its past history, and of the confidence which the public repose in it. Its circulation and general patronage Is now nearly double that which it has enjoyed at any time during its long career; but we de sign, during the year lf?7t, to extend its field and to increase its ttsefulnuss. This we expect to do bypi hHshing a FIRST-CLASS NEWSPAPER A RKI'RESENTATIVE Journal of this Section NERVOUS DEBILITY. Ill .M I'll KEYS Mo. 9ft, The most surctwful remedy known. Trice Sl-iuglt- box. Package five boxen and one lare phial of Powdec necessary In neriouN caw-, S3. K. in by mall oi receipt ot pri-.. Addrejv- HumphrevM Nelfir llotneopati.ic lit nie t; !.. . 2 hioad u n . N -a Vork. y.u OCEAN STEAMERS. ALLAN 5; TO AND r 112D tiales to arrive. I-utures dull; Jau- retnain i uary. :: rebruarj, 19 11-1 be. 3:lo p.m Cotton quiet; orlinary,l i c; jrxni oniiuary, Isje; low middling, laic; dti iuid'liiiif. -'"je; Alabama, UU;c; Orleans. " 21 Je; Texas. ttlMJ sale to day, for es-1 port, 3S4 balen; epinners, 615 baleo; for Hiieeulation, 21 bales; futures, ;000 I Ttn. H.Allen, I Jtones Koosh, W. L. Morse, Nilfs Mi;riweather, 1 J. W. Anderson, ! James u. ..k. Judge Arch B. II I S I I J. H. Smith, John F. Thomas F. A. Parker, '. Clarke, Dr. U onion. J udije 1. K. J J. F. Prank. A. Murray. J. U. Lenow, bald Wright. at2 Necond street Kny, BANKS. MANHATTAN BANE LaV 2 LINE FROM einl ins: to size ari l frelmes.. There is some irregularity in Irovitiovy. bulk clearsides are generally held at Te, Home green -an be had at b'je: there is a dis p si ion to a -It In New York elear aidee iju' le "Jc, in New Orleans 74c, in Chicago 6e loose, in Ixiuisville Cjf;61c loxie, iu Cincinnati 6'i6e. Me Pork we this ii .niing quote s-M 60 firm. Lird is uti hanged, except that we hear of pail ofT-rimr at ftje. Bbgt are firmer to-day from the return of cold weather, 90 Tic, with old stock at be. From Uh- Dri-sden 'Teune- eno-r-rat we copy tin- following: 1 !)o our farmers an. f ethers who are iu the prices of coutitry pnd , and who have lieen relying upon the Xa-h-ville paprrs tot "this infoniiati.n, re inemler tliat Uiose pajiers d not j;ive the j-ri'-e- i.f any market ex. -opt their own'.' Do we ship our wheat, fluur, Ia ion, lard, tobacco, butter, eggs, chick ens, or anything else that we produce on a farm to Nashville.' Our oroduce is worth as much at home as it is in j Nashvi'le, and to sell it by the quota-; tion of that market is to lose money, or J become the prey to peddling -pfcetiln- tors. Memphis, l'adueah, or New Or leans, are our natural country produec markets, and our ciluus should read the Iteinoerat, and pajiere from these points to get them in full. We would recommend the Appeal to everybody a- containing the last, market reorts for places south of Us." (uotatioru Jrjr feed are Jor round loin on Of landing unlest ofherwite cx preened. Apples Fair, $3tSr4 So; ftincy, $5. Hkax scarce; In store Rale, to arrive, of a.-, tons bran and ship stuff at W in lots. BrcKwiiKAT Fin it c-ean e at i. Ml BEAN6 Navy and mixed beans, $2 75 3. Balino Htppfs Bagging. 2 and 2J pounds, lij2,-14ic; inwi tie- 8fi,8Jc; bal ing twine, 14 15c. Beef, Etc. Kre -uarters, 5r6c; hind quarters, S(S,10c. Sheep, 10c. Hogs, 'ic, BfJTTEB "1 ioice roll, 25'" 26c; supe rior qualities, 27' 2Sc. Bacon New hama, sugar-cured, I4(i: 14'-: breakfast bacon, 1K'. ' .'IN Offering at J2ic fur large lobs; f'.5c on orders. Cabbage Iu crates, f7o S: j.;, , m per 100 head; on tlatbraUi S'i'j per Iihi CHicKLNb Alive irt6 60; dressed v'i ifcfi for "iioiee. Sale of 5 coops at f 50. ('kan BLKbi es Cultivated. JI'" 1-- Oorvmeal. Hale of 75 bbls, to arrive, at 25. oFr-EB Very firm at lfli2S,c for Kio, 2bYa 27c for Java. Okieu Krcit Apples,4oic;peacli es. .t(41c. lit t ks Market l ire, S4fi4 50. Kifis Old stock Hie; fresh country eggs 35c. Kixn-K- Double extra, $1 5Vi7 treble extl-a. . 7 . ' s 2ij; family, 8 7.r(.9 50; fancy, tlOW .ro. ( rxsiKi New 19c; aecond-hand 16c. I ittoTER.'a -Hoda, "iefor keg and SJc for lux, rttaich, .rs v'f-ler lb. Oermmi OF MEMPHIS, TENN., United States ports Iteceipts, 1S4.711 balea; exports to Great Britain, 76,724 bales; to the continent, 20,. o2 bales;, . ilea. No. 17 MADISON STREET NEW ORLEANS, January 17. UMl deals IN a.m. Cotton in moderate demand ; mid- i anng, iwje; no san. LIVERPOOL, BALTIMORE Ann NORFOLK. One of tbe cteainers of this flrst-clasa line will be dispatched as follows: Prom L'pool. From Baltimore AUSTRIAN Nov. i.7 NOKTH AMKRICAN-Nov. 1 Dec. 11 HIBERNIAN Dec. a Dec. Si MORAVIAN Dee. 17 Jan. 8 NKS.TORIAN. .Dec. 31 Jan. 22 NORTH AMEiilCANJan. 11 Keb-rv R AITKTBJAN Jan. 2S Keb ry 1 CA8PIAN Feb. 11 March 5 And ever 14 days thereafter, and oftener II the service requires It. Passengers forwarded to and from all the principal places In England. Irelaml.Scotland, France, Germany, Norway, .Sweden sit! Den murk, 1 rom or to any part, in the Southern and Western States, The cheapest and best route to Southern and Western states. For passage or lurther Information apply to DOKOMO Bt'I.KLET. General Southwestern Agents, aUlO itO HmIWIS street FOREIGN AXD DOMESTIC EXCHANGE STOCKS, BONDS, SCRIPS COIN, AND TRANSACTS DRUGS. 2 p.m. The cotton demand is fair: middling, 19fo7 lc; sales to-day, 20i"i bale; last evening, 3000 bales; receipts, Hl'.to bales. LIVERPOOL, January 17, 11 a.m.- HeneraI Banldng andCeUection Business Cotton dull; uplands, SrJfelOd; Orleans, I star Taxes Paid for Non-residents and others, lOJd; sale to-day, 10,000 bales. The I and the necessary Scrips furnished at following is the disposition and number i tbe lowest market rales.- of bales of cotton ; sales for week 48,000, l , - eporta 9000. speculati. n 3000, total Sale on all Parts of the tlvl- stoek 455,0IKl, American 78,000, stock! ed tilobe, In sums to suit purchasers. , Aan ri -aii 231, "HI, week's j. levy. Presldnl. .,000, American 34,OHO, actual L. LEVY, Viee-PreaMeat. not) S. lloi. Cashier 5 p.m. Cot' on dull; uplands, 9 j(o lOd ; I Orleans, lOJd; American sales, SON C.C.GRAHAM. I J. A. HAYES, Jr President. (ashler. T. LOUIS, January 17. Cotton is duU but unchanged; middling, I8c. WTPIIANTPQ AN1. Tl? A1.VDQ CINCINNATI, January 17. Cotton nlljvIlilillUu mU i liAllljAO -niddiing, me. "OA WIT fiP MPMPTTT8 r.ni lSVlLLK. Januarv 17.-Cottou BA.W14. Ol mrLDfLPMIS, is unchanged; low middling, 17$c. NAsriVILLE. January 17. Cotton in light demand, but holders are firm; low mid 1 ing, 17jc. Keceipts for the 14H bales: shipments, 31,830 bales; stock, 432" bales. UttY GOOOS AKkEl. NEW YORK. Jan uar; 17. There was an increased movement in trade to-day, inspired by the pre- nee of some prom inent (Southern and Western buyers in the market. The iJaiy Bulletin says that cotton goods are very firm and still tend upward. Dwight star fine brown sheetings are up to 15c; Great Falls 8. and IL bleached shirtings are up e per yard, and Tuscaroras are now' 18c; Wamsutta scarce and firm in first hands at 19c. (Spring woolens in better de mand, and paper cambrics firm. For eign goods are inactive. PRODUCE MARKE1X No. 0 JVC zxcLlm o n St. DIKKCTOR.S l C. C. GRAHAM, J. Q FIZEB, V. . i ... AM STEWART, W. O. RUTLAND, J. A HAVES, Jb. TR..NSACTS A GENERAL, BANKING and BROKERAGE BUSINESS A MaVU IN (K)LD, SILVER, FOR- I J etgn and Domestic Exchange, Govern- raen; SMurities, Stocks, nouns, Lily and CVie.nty Warrants. oc!8 EDUCATIONAL. WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY, LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 1ST. LOL'IS. January 17. Flour in fair, demand at full prices, stock light; siii-crfine winter, 475(o,-5 50; extra win ter, S5 756 'S; double extra, $6 50,7. ' beat is firm and but little doing; sam I ie lob No. spring, Chicago, $1 31 in warehouse; No. I fall, $1 85. Corn Ml on east track, 30c iu 8t. Louis ware houae. Oats are nominal ; 31c in eleva tor. Barley firm; prime Iowa spring, 7.VV80c. Rye firm; No. 2, 75c. Whisky steady al sioc. Pork nominally $12. Dry salt meats firm ; bulk clear rib and eleir sides, at (Quincv, seller, February, b. ore; packed lots on snot. 4i. 6i0iic. 8weet pickled hams active: large sales i ol t itures at private terms. Bacon held higer and firm; cash and order lots at f. ii " and 7fc. Lard higher and large demand for futures; good, 7Jo: kettle-rendered, c on the spot, lli.gs lirui at 1 75. Cattle steady; com- Tbe rk-coud Half Session of the Univer sity will Open on the First of February. (special arrangement are made for students to enter classes at this time. One half the regular fee Is charged. For fnrtber particulars apply to Ja4 WM. DOLI), Clerk of Faculty. WOTICE. HAVING sold my intere"! In Hie Overton Drug S-ore to D. F. Goodyear. I enn cheei fully recommend him lo my customers as every way worthy of inelr confluence anil es teem. Re-iec; fully, W. H. 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Designs for Dining Table Decorations. Window ear dens, etc., and contain! n -t a mass of inlonna Hon invaluable to tbe lover of flowers. One Hundred and Fifty pages, on Cue tinted paper some Flva Hundred Engravings and a superb colored plate and chro mo cover. The j First Editiou of Two HcSDaKn Tuol s.'..nd Just printed in English and German, and J reaily to send out. JAMES VICK, Rochester If. Y. Probate Conrt Sale of Real Estate in Dyer County, Tenn. Ko. M, K. 1). In the Ft (.bate Conrt of Hbelby County. Tennessee. Elizabeth Ragland et al. vs. Hamuell 1 Ragland et al. UNDER and by virtue ot an interlocutory decree for sale entered in above cause, I will sell to the highest bidder, at public auc tion, in Iront of tbe courthouse door in the town of Dyersburg, Dyer connty. Tennessee. On Saturdar, February 1.1, 1S7S, wilbln legal hours, the following described real estate, to-wil: Slltuale. lying ami bi ing iu Dyer county, Tennessee, range !i, section M, i:ith rjurveyor'n district, and bounded amide, cfllssd as follows, to-wlt: It No. 1: Beginning at h siake the north east corner of the VM) acres, of which this lot Is a part, and runnlngtlienee west sn chains to a point the northwest corner of said 1hj acres -thence south 50 chains to a point ; thence east with a part of the north line of kit No. I and the full lengths or lots Nos. 3 and 2 to a point the nortlieasi corner of lot No. 2: thence north 50 chains to the beginning, containing .Xu acres. Also. Lot Z: lieginning al the southeast corner of l.t No.!. anil runs '.hence ue-- -. chains and sre ian to a point ; tbeuce south 7S chains to a point in the south boundary line of the 10UU acres, ot which this lot is a part ; thence east at chains and S71 , Unas lo a forked gum the southeast cornerof said 100 aeres.it being also tbe original southeast c .r ner of Ephralm McLean'. 2500-acre tract; thence north along Its eastern boundary Ti chains to the beginning, containing 'Zl ' act. Also, Lot No. .'!: Beginning at the northwest corner of lot, No. 2. and runs thence west chains and t.71, links to a s)lnl In south boundary "he of said lino acres: thence east chains and sT1 , links to the southwest cor ner of lot No. 2; thence north with the west line of lot No. 2, TS chains to the beginning, containing SCI acres. And also Lot No. i : Beginnings! the north w.l cornerof lot No.:;, and runs thence west .'!0 chains to ., stake; thence south 7s chains to a slake, it being Lhe southwest eornerol said line acres: thence east :ai chains to the south west corner of lot o. :i; thence north with the west iK.undary line of lot No. :i, 7s chains to the beginning, containing ill acres. Being the MM acres of N. fingland. dee d, as subdivided by li. sordau. Deputy Survevor of Shelby county; the said luufi acres of N." Kag land b"lng the one-half of I 2000-acre tract owned by John Overton and N. Ragland, and divided between said Overton and Ragland by deed of partition, bearing date "September 2, Win, and registered In the Register's offlct ol Dyer county, Tennessee, in Book C, pages 2 and 3. 1 lerms of Sialc -Oue-foartb cash; balance in one, two and ihree years, with interest from date of sale; purcliaaeis executing notes with approved securities; a lien will be retained on tiie property to secure the nayment of the same. .1 AMES REiXLY, Clerk. ance, Anderson, Meriwether Scales, Sols, for complainants. mli Uiin- ei ling house; the deed of reeord iu ars office of said county, book IS, r Sale -On a credit of seven and and 12) months; purchaser to exe . with approved aeenrirv; Hen re- f'lrther secure same an. I Minli. i.f i.ju,inri.i.iii ii.,, I.-.I. xuis rmoemner la, is.2. E. A. CXJLE, Clerk and Master. Ms-harianil .v i.i-lin. Attorney .. On) Chancery Sale of Heal KxtaU at ( 'oilier villi-. Tennemee. o. 2I(.', N. K. First Chancery loort of Sheihy county. M. Irby, Adm'r of Thomas wtl-ltanii-. il. e...,s.si, v. ssrah A. Wij :ams'et al lty, im potency dhalness. d , , coalnslon of Ideas, evil forebouji to society, loss of memory, wes not all of these in any one case, hi ring frequently in varlons c tlsm and rbenmatic pain. method. Particalar attention paid to tbe OF WOMEN, such as excessive, or painful Menstruation, Loci Whlios, falling of the womb, an. laritles of the monthly periods, ei llity or barren lit, and often-Uint tion. Tbe doctor can be consulted p. by letter upon all diseases not r attention outside of his office, t from S s.m. to s o'clock p.m. u2ti D. H. JOHN- or cember 20, IS72. 1 will sell a! public suction, lo the highest bidder, in the town of loillervlilc. Tennessee, on Saturday, Jannarj 18, 1S73, within legal hours, tiie following d.-scr I..-.I ! property, situated in Shelby connty, Tenn. -s. see, to-wii: it 5... 7 i.t a subdivision re cently made by R. C. Kirk of lots Nos. 1 and 2. being part ot the east half of a tract of land conveyed by Joseph Soape to Thomas X. and BMm F. "A llliaius, near lhe t.,w of Collier -vllle; siiiii lot 7 beginning al the northw.-st taining 4 21 acres. Terms of Sale One-third I1,. cash; balance In six and twelve months; purchaser to exe- ute notes with approved security, bearing later. -st at per cent. I rom date, anil Hen re tained to secure same. This December 26, 1S72 KDMLND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. L. I). McKlssiek. Solicitor. de27 Chancery Sale of Heal Estate. No. .71. N. K. eonntv. ! N. Uenkel II. Cook and s. A. Norton vs. J. i. The following by Telegraph Every Day: Proceedings of Congress. Proceedings Tennessee Legislature, ProceediiigsArkansiLs Legislature, Proceedings Mississippi Legislature, News Embracing Everything Interest. hours sc.'. ssihle. Hemember that enchantment to the view. Very respectfully, D. F. GOODYEAR. Fine Havana snd Domestic Cigars. jal LAND FOR SALE. SALE OF A Taluable Plantation. ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY being the :id day ot February) I will oiler at public sale.at Hernando, Miss., the planta tion lormerly owned by H. B. Meacbam, lying one-half a mile north of the town of Senato bia, where there are g. od schools, churches, etc. Has a mile front on the county road to Hernando, and can Is. subdivided to advant age. Contains 40U acres, aSO acres open, about am acres cultivated the past year; two story dwelling, smoke-house, gin-house and cabins. All under fence, a part of which is good. TKRM8 One-third cash; balance in one and two years, with ten per cent. Interest, lull M. J. WICKS. NOTICES. In a word, as a great newspaper, the Ap peal will have no superior iu the .Southwest. The Daily will be the history of the world for one day and the Weekly will contain every thing that will lntereslithe country readers Believing the advancement of our common industrial, commercial and agricultural pros perity, to be the chief end of genulnejourual Ism, the Appeal will make these paramount objects. Every county and town of prominence should have good papers. The Appeal does not propose or desire to supplant or interfeie with lhe weekly country papers. On the con trary. It will ciub with them on the most lib eral terms, and co-operate with them for mu tual protection, and in all plans for advancing lhe newspaper fraternity, Uie prosperily of the country, and the welfare of the people. In politics the Appeal will remain Km.,. CTatteor Conservative, and, In elections in volving political issues, it will support the candidates who favor its views, from an abid ing faith In the power of organization to ac complish good results, and a belief that tbe parly's will when honestly expressed and cry-i allied in a nomination, is the best ex pression of its effective power. TERMS FOR 1873. Daily, per annnm ... 810 oo Smiday, per annum a 50 Weekly , per annnm 2 SO Weekly, cinbs of Ave or more OO ADDRESS, MEMPHIS APPEAL PIBLISHIIW CO. APPEAL BUILDING, 14 Union Street. : : Memphis, Tenn MEMPHIS APPEAL TfT&SKT Scliool. W. B. PAUE, OF VA PBLNCIFAL. ON FIRST OF JANUARY NEXT, 1 SHALL open, at 161 I'nion stkket, a school of high grade lor boys aud young men. The course or Classics, Mathematics and English will iis complete. For terms, ate., see pros per) us of the school at bookstores. Kkfeki.scis:-Rev. Oo. White, D.D.; Dr. A. rl . oorh es. Rot. w. C. Johnson, E. Ma gevtier, E.; I'M. Y. M. rt. 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SPKCIAL and prompt attention given to collections iu Tippah and adjoining conn ties. liefer to Colonel R. A. 1'inson, Colonel T.B Dillnrd. Honthworth, Thayer it Co., Memphis O. P. M. TURNER. W. L. DUFJ TURNER & DUFF, ATTORNEYS -AT-LAW Office No. 39 Madison Slreet, MEMPHIS, lirlliL practice TT Probate Court .Sale of Real Estate. No. 56, It. D. In tbe Probate Court of Shelby county .Tennessee Ueorne L. Douglass, Ad ministrator of R. N. Bond, deceased, - B T. Bond, et al. UNDER, and by virtue of. an interlocutory decree for sale, entered in the above cause, I will sell, tit public auction, in front of tbe courthouse door of said Couit, iu the city of Memphis, on Monday, February 10, 1873, within legal boats, the lollowlng real estate of the late R. N. Bond, deceased, described as follows: Lying and being In Shelbv connty, Tennessee, district No. I, range 5, lection E lot No. 1 liegi nning at a stake in a road in the east line of the Harrell tract (of which this lot is a part . ; thence north with said line 25 chains and T links, to a stake: thence west 14 chains and Ss links lo a stake; thence south ', degree east. ;2 chains and I links to a white oak marked - i;"; thence east S4 chains and 60 links to the beginning, containing 5.1 acres. Also, Lot No. 2, beginning at the southeast corner of lot No. 1 ; thence south chains and MS links lo the northeast comer of dower lot No. 3, with sweeignut pointers; thence west 11 chains and 10 links to the northwest corner of dower lot No. it, with redoak sapling point ers; thence south 12 degrees, s chains aud H links to tiie southwed corner of said dower lot, with sassafras and rcdouk sapling point ers: thence west is chains and W links to a stake. It belnx one of the corners of dower lot No. 1 ; thence north 7 chains and Ho links to a Make, the northeast corner ol dower lot No. I; thence west 26 chains and ) links to the north was! comer of said dower lot stake, south, -V.. decrees east . links lrom a white- oak marked X : thence north 1.1 chains and M links to a stake; i hence east 46 chains and 4S lines to a stake in the west line of the Hai rel tract : thence south, two degrees east, 6 chains huh si iiniss 10 me soumwcM eiirneror tot o. I: thence east 11 chains aud ao links to the be ginning, containing M st-iim acres. Terms of Sale One-third cash, balance in six and twelve months, purchaser executing uoies witn iwo or more approved securities. a uen win oe retained on tne property to se cure the payment of the deferred payments. JAMES REII.LY, Clerk. H. T. Sale and R. c. Sprlnglleld,Sollcltors for Complainant. Ja9 Probate Conrt Sale of Real Estate. No.07, R. D. In tbe Probate Court of Shelby County, Tennessee W. J. Stovall, et al. vs. s. L. stovall. et al. UNDER, and by virtue of. an interlocntorv decree forsale, entered in the above cause, I will tell to the highest bidder, at the court house door, on Union street, in the city of Memphis, on Monday, February 10, 1873, within legal hoars, the following described real estate, to-wlt situated on the west side of Chamberlayne Place, aud fronting on said Chamoerlayne Place :i feet, and extending hack, eastwardly, between parallel lines, loo feet, being lot No. 7 of Chamberlayne Jones, Jr 's sub-division, and the tonrth lot of same dimensions from the intersection of the east side of Chamberlayne Place with the north side of Spring street. Terms of Sale One-half cash and the bal ance in six months, purchaser executing note with approved security for the deferred pay ment. A lien will be retained on tbe lot. JAMES REILLY, Clerk. lmiVOuejrolJoronihiinan Bi virtue of an interlocutory decree for -ale entered In tiie above eaose Movemls-r 4.1S72.I will sell, at pnbiic auction, to the high est bidder, In front ol the Clerk an I Master -office, t'rand Opera House . Second street. In Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, February 15. ios. within leaal hoars, the following described property herein attached a belo igiug loj. N. and A. D. Henkel, kitnated in shelbv county, lenneasee, be wit; Lota Sua. a, lo, li. IJ, HL II, 1-s and li, at laid down on the plan, if A. Warren's addition lo South Memphis; each tot being 2S by 1ST feet. For more particular description whereof sea plan on record in the Register's offlce and the deed recorded there! n . iu n .ok No. 46, pages " and S6. Term of Bah- On a credit of seven i7i months: notes to be taken with approved sureities; lien retained to further secure same aud equity of redemption barred. This Jan uarv li, 1K73. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. I'., -ch. i 4 Belcher, Attorue s. j a I i, 22. IrS ;f eo, 12, 15 TRUST SAXES. TRUSTEE'S SALE Valuable Plantation lnSt.Fran cU County, Arkansas. rV virtue of a deed of trust to me it fled ! I) by C.R. Rw u secure On Tuesday. Frliruarr t:t, I S7:5. between the hours or 10 and H o'clock, front of the offlce of Ismoho Bulk1 Madbmo street, in the city of Metnpnis, ; i at public notcry, to the hicbesi biml.-r. I ash. the following described real estate uate, lying and being in the oostnf oi Krancis, State of Arkansas, and nmr. ; -nlarly described aa follows, to-wlt: The v fras'tbinal half of section eigb ( .) nortb, qnarter ol t wenty-foi onarter of half of th ty-fonr (24 taining one thousand aad I reaty-twe acres, more or less, together with I 1 :li, lieges and appnrtenanees th.-reto oel. or Tn any wise appertaining. The eqi lty of reuempt.on iu and t property la expressly waived in said deed, and the title is believed to be p bat I sell and convey only as trustee, s to all encumbraneis.. H. D. BCLKLEY. Tru Memphis, 'l'enn.. January 1. 1-7.. ATTACHMENTS- Attachment Notice. Before JAMES HALL, Jnstlce of the Peace for Shelby county, Tennessee. Tate A Co. firm composed of Simeon Tate and M. (4. Tate, vs. James Jones. IN the above-mentioned cause, affidavit hav ing been made for attachment nndei sec tion S&t of the Code of Tennessee, that the defendant is a non-resident of the State oi Tennessee, and Is Justly Indebted tn the plaintiffs In the sam of two hundred and forty-seven dollars, and thai, the claim is Inst. due aud unpaid, and an attachment having been Issued by me and lelurned bv tin i.roner officer levied, etc.: It Is therefore ordered. That tbe defendant appear before me, at my office. No. -'laoseconii street, Memphis, Tennessee, on the 241b davo; January, I? . 10 o'clock a.m.. and defend injs euiw or ihesainewiil be nrocti-ded wit b exparte; and that a copy of this notice be puoiisiied once a week, tor rour weeks consec utively, in the Memphis I -ally Unocal. De cember is, 1.S72. JAMES HALL, J. P. toituwit v ngnt, au ys lor pi'.trs. uelKth Attachment Notice. No. 1331, A. P. In the First Circuit Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. -M. L. Meai ham 4 Co. vs. J. H. Perry. IN this cause an attachment, having been sued out under section :il56of the Code of Tennessee and returned Into Courtjevied upon personal property of tbe defendant, J. H. Perry, ami affidavit having been made that the defendant Is Justly indebted to plaintiffs in the sum of S1;A0, by account, and that the defendant, is a non-resident of the Stale of Tennessee, or has fniudulet-tly disposed of, oi ls about fraudulently to dispose of his prop- !?-.. - . !' is luereiore orutTt-ti, inai najti ut-iroa-ant, J. H. Perry, make his personal ap pears ne herein, before tbe Jndge of the First Circuit Conrt of Hbelby county, at the Circuit Courthouse, In the cityot Mem phis, on the third Mouaay In January next and defend said attachment suit, within the time prescribed by law, or the same will be proceeded with exparie; and that a copy ot tl'ia order be published once a week, for four ns'cuiive weeKs, in tne nernpnn Appeal. Done at offlcu this l-'Hh day of Deceniber, 172. FRAN K TAFT, Clerk. By ii. F. lolkxax. Deputy Clerk. de!4 sat Attachment Notice. : : TENNESSEE. IIX practice in the various courts held in the city of Memphl.s. Special Atten tion will be given to the criminal practiee. FREEMAN RANDOLPH ATT0BNE V-AT- LAW, 8AKOIS, niHHlHSlfVl. mr Keferences: Est, User A UMBO M.L.Mescham, RootesACo lyaj 1840. 1873 No. 147, A. D. In the First Circuit Court of Shelby connty, Tennessee. V m. Ii. Green law vs. M. M. Buck. IN this cause an attachment having been sned out under section .Mfi6 of the Code of Tennessee, and returned into Conrt, levied upon the property, moneys, goods and elfects of defendant In the hands of John W. Uood w in. Treasurer ol the Memphis and Uttle Rock Railroad Company, and A. J. White, by service of garnishments, and affidavit having been made that the defendant Is justly indebt ed to plaintiff In the sum of loOno damages for maliciously, and without reasonable or prob able cause, tiling a bill and causing an attach ment to be issued out of the First Chancery Court of Shelby county against the properly and estate of plalutiff, Wm. B. Greenlaw: and causing his said property to be seized and held by the sheriff ol Shelby connty, the amount or wnicn ouniages is nui et ascertain. -.1, ana j defendant is a non-resident of the State oi , Tennessee: I It is therefore ordered. That said de i fendant, M. M. Buck, make his personal appearance herein, before the Jndge oi the r'lrst Circuit Court of Shelby county, ! at the Circuit Courthouse, In the city of Mem- . pniSyOn itie tniru Mouuay in January tt, and defend said attachment suet, within the 1 time prescribed by law, or the same will be NION ST.: RKSIDKNCK, sao ptocts-ded with exparte; and that a copy ol (Uayoso Block i. offlce fours Ibis order be published once a week, for tour and from 3 to ti p.m. Special- consecutive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal, and Female Dl-eases. (Ji-ad- ' Done at offlee. this 13th dav of December. na'.ed at the University ol Berlin (lennany), I Wi. FRANK TAFT, Clerk, and has more than thirty years' practical ax. Uy B.F. COLkXAN, Deputy Clerk. peileiu c. acclnatlon,da!ly at Ins ..ttlce. be- JL. I. McKKsh-k A T. I! Turley, Attorneys DR. R. L. EASKI, PHYSICIAN, SURGEON ISD ACCOCCHER. Chancery Hale of Real Estate. No. 2WU First Chancery Court of Shelby county. James M. Proviue vs. John D. Mc Leuiore et al. BV virtue of a decree for saie enured in lhe above cause July 18, WTj, I will sell at l-un.ic suction, lo tue nianeat bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's office.) ..-aud Opera xiuu.se uunuiug, iii .nempuis, i enneflaee, on Saturday. January 18, 1873.- within legal hours, the following descrilssl properly, situated in Shelby county, Tennes see, the same being lot No. 65, lying on the east side of Hernando plankaoad : Beginning at a stake on the east side of said road at the unciinn ot wuiianis avenue and said nm seven (7) chains and 10 links to the corner or lot .S.O. e; tnence north with the line of -aid lot No. lid, 7 chains and Si links to the comer ot lot No. 61; thence west to Orleans street, and thence with Orleans street and tbe Her nando street or road to the beginning the en tire tract containing 7 1-lu) acres. Terms of Sale on a credit of seven (TT. months; purchaser to execute note with two approved securities; lien retained to secure same, and equity of redemption barred. This December 27, IH72. KDM L'ND A. CoLE, Clerk and Master. Wilson A Heard, Humes A Boston and H. C. Wariner, Attorneys. de Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. N. K. First Chancery Court of Shelby county Annie 1.. Jones etai vs. K. c. Brink ley et al. BY virtue of an interlocntorv decree for sale entered In the above canse Julv 10, 1871, and renewed February 1 is72, and De ccmlier 1 :. 1872, I will sell at pnbiic auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk, aud Master's office, Greenlaw Opera-house, Second street, in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, January 25, 1S73, within legal boors, the following described property, situated, lying and being In the corlnty of Shelby, and State of Tennessee, and Ileitis the southwestern divisiou of a IfiSO acre tract of laud formerly belonging to Daniel Turner and John C. Weaver, which said divi sion or lot contains, by estimation, live hun-iir-.! ami ten acres, more or less, and is bound ed as follows: Beginning at n lik koiy pointer mai Ki-.i r. r, me souineast comer ol l iii.nias Person's AW-aere tract; running thence east wilh the south line ol said 'ifiu-acre tract 85 chains and ti links to a stake, the southwest cornerof said southeast division of ts acres COOTeyed to said Weaver: thence with the wst Ixnindnrv line of said 639 acres north 65 chains tn said central stake and blnck-oak jsjiuters marked R; thence,croMing the pass or cut-off of Nonconnah creek, ki chains and links to a stake- thence south with Thomas Person's line U chains to the beginning; and which will be sold according to a survey on file herein, snbdividing same into fourteen lots orparceis. Terms of Sale One-ihird cash ; balance tn one and two years: notes required, with approved sureties, bearing Interest from date; lien being retained lo further same, etc. This December 21, 1S72. I A. COLE, vlerk and Master. Wright A McKlssick, Attorneys. dec-ja tiiu-Jsnl-s-li-'ia TRUSTEE'S SALr REAL ESTATE. r i virtue ot a is?et ot I rust to me L by t B. R. lav tiierein men'.ioue.l . book No. 71. pages -lnnd of Shelby county, Teune of April, I87M, 1, as Truste- .. Mi Friday. th February, between the hour of 10ao Bouthwest corner of Main an In the city of Memphis ! aactlon, to the highes bit following dex ribea real and being In the connty n Tenut-twee, and more parti as follows, to-wit : One baud red and ixty north half and one hnnore acres of tbe sou t h half . M township No. one (IV, ran Chickasaw nalg Also, eighty southeast quartei one (1), range sev the privilr-tres and appurTt-n -w.rm thereto t longing or in any win appi-inming. Tne equity of redemption in aud to Raj property Is expressly waived in said Tru jjeed,and the tHle is believed to be MTfec but I convey only as trustee. J. FORD. Trustee. Aisiiiphls, Tennessee, .January , 1-C3. yj Rof the eart half of the rctlou iour J n, townliii- me a eed made by SUPREME COURT SAX.Z. Supreme Court Sale. No. IS. First Chancery Docket. in Hupreme Court at JackMn. Silas D. Irvin. Mlm'r of John B. Davit, dee d. vs. WlUiajn G. Ford. T)Y virtue of a decree pronounced b -he XJ supreme i oun o mediate or renn. . at Jackson, on tbe lith June, in the above stated cause, I will Hell, to the hlght-st bidder, in front of the First Chaueerv Court Room, on lecond street, in the city of Mem phis, within Legal hours, on Friday, tiie 7th day of February, 187oV the real estate mentioned and described in said decree as follows: One lot sltnated In the city of Memphis, Shelby county, state of Tennessee, acd known and designated in the plan of surveys i said city as lot No. two honored and fifty-six , and which aid lot fronts on Conrt square, or street, on the nortb side of said Square or street thirty-seven 3D feet, ten and one half (10-s.t inches, more or lesa, by seventy four i74) feet, three ) Inches deep, and upon which lot Is a brick house four i stories hih, known aud called the "Telegraph Building, being the Hune house and lot named and described in a deed of trust lrom the said William U. Ford to M. Bridges, trustee, dated the 9th of April, : vil, and registered In book No forty, nine 4f, page two hundred and thirty-1 ir (233), and the same house and lot named and described fn the deed of release from said Bridges, trustee, to said Ford, dated March the l?th, 18K2, and registered in book No. fifty one (51, page one nun 1 red and fifty-eight tl5f. ;the object, of tbe last deed being to re store the title of said house and lot to said Ford, the debt in the deed of trust being atis fied). And, also, one other piece or parcel of land, known ana designated as lot y. ten ilOi, In the subdivision ol the estate of A. B. carr, de ceased, upon the plan of the same is made out by the surveyor, M. A. Kerr, May !, 1855. and on file in the case of John F. Carr against N;inr J. Carr and others In th- Chaneerv Court of Memphis, final number of the cause sixteen hnndred and thirteen ilMi), and the same lot of land decried by said court in said caute to John F. affarans A Co., and bv them conveyed to W. J. Davie, May il, lo0, by deed r-gisierea in oook o. miny-eigni -, p:.ge five hnndred and seventy -three ."j73i, and bv sale' Davie conveyed to said William O. Ford on he th of Jnne, 1880, by deed registered in book No. forty-four (44), page live hundred and seventy-four (574). sam lots win oe soiu epnrateiy, and a credit of seven 17) months. The purchasers will be required to execute notes lor the purchase money, with approved Mecurity, and a lien ..iii ' itmuucu uuuu tue fiiuycii iiutll l ll- UateXl i II x purchase money Is paid, hqnity of redemp- ruiies from Trustee's Sale. Dl virtue of the power vested U DWflsM in a certain tr one D. E. Pennington on the Iii d ary. 172, and registered in the Kegister'son . of Shelby county, in .xk 9S, paffsi to secure the discharge of certain obligation therein named, and beinu I by the bee efkrlary that one of said obUgatl i ' - been discharged, I will, on Tuesday, 11th January, 1S?3. in front of the building oci-upi. ; ; the W ern Union Telegraph Company, .s.,. u t son street. In the crty of Mernphi, betwe the hours of 11 a.m. and :t p.m.. the highest and bes bi- r, ror mmk thm fo lowing described re:l . - lying and beln in said county of sh. . see, on Island No. fort , in river, and commencing a -west of a Spanish oak, Overton's n rthew corner of 14.'( acres; thence ea: It chain . links; thence north chains ar.d 3 the northeast corner o; Graham's r tract; thence west ju chmn-. t. t'l- M.s ; river; theuce with saivl river MHrth 31 eas four (4) chains and 50 .inks, and : r'h . 13 chains and 50 links to a stake in ian thence south So east " chains to an elx marked .f. J.; theace south I chains, 54 Lnfe to a stake 10 links south of an elm f. i". thence east :jy chains; thence Houth til chain 40 links to a stake in X. P. Hail's nortben line of a 354 acre entry ; thence with Hal1' line west 58 chains and -4) links to a stake o Overton's east line; ;hence with Overton line north 71 chains and 40 Iink to the be:n ning. containing 4a0 acres, more or less. Equity of redemption Ls waived in -.ii trust deed; tiUe beheved to be good, hut I sel only as trustee. J. T. FABUASON, Trustee. Wilstn A Beard. Attorneys. jail TRUSTEE'S Sale of Land. UNDER deed ot trust made to me by Leon J arm an on the Utk day of Apn;. registered in Shelby county, Teunessee, in book No. 87, page i, I will sell, to the highe-t bidder, for cash (subject to the widow's dower), at the depot, in Coliierviila, Tennes see, on the 4th Day of February, T3. the following described tract of laud, in the r unty ol Hbelby and state of Tennessee, a part of section seven (7). towmabip one (J) and range fonr '4t: Begiiiniuss al UM W'Utheas; corner of said sectiou and mnmng norrh three hnndred and twenty (33 n rods to a stake; tbeneeeawt sixty rods to a stake; thence gourh three hundred and twenty . rtxis to a stake: thence west sixty -. pm! - at i! ginning. Also, one tract described as follows: Begin ning at a stake in the road a. T alley's line and running west fifty rods to a -lake in ;t.e mad; thence west three hundred and twenty X3J) rods to a stake: these east fifty (ota rods to a stake on Talley 's tine ; then sooth three huoilred and twenty (811 rods n i!it-iegin-lnng: this tract being a part of section seven, township one, range four, in -aid 1 ouniy and State. The ab"e sale po-e -ti enrinc certain indebLednws described In the trust deed. The equity of redemption is expnssiy waived In nald trust deed. 1 se U and eoavej as Trustee only. J. A. FLOYD, Trustee. Co'lierviTe, Tenn.. tsnnar- ' Petition for tharter. No. T7 In the First (hancry CBurf of snelby coanty, Tennessee. KT HF.K EAS, Henry M. FersnHon, G. B YY Hicks, W. W. Mrl-nweli. E. Manihall, B. F. Ball. R. J. Peranns and I'. ornaO K.ot Shelby county, TenneeNee; James W. Madiia n A. C. Carter and J. F. Hobertson, of Davidson county, Tennewee, have flleil a pe'-ion in .aid Court, praying to be incorporated nmier the name of " Tit e Bon Avi'' 1 si-,: r s-.,s . , CIATios," that they be endowed w.th all tbe powers and privileges of a body corporate, to bay and hold reai estate, to lmprov- sum.., and to do all thing necessary to open, develop and make the Bon Anna springs, which are tlon barred. January 7, lsTl. Wright A McKlssick. Solicitor.. Ja ADMINISTRATORS. NOTICE. Railroad, and easy of access for all health, recreation and pi power to establish at said s lion of learning, and to do acts necessary to the good government and general Springs; that the capital i than 930,0110 nor more than the corporation be coin j ' let TTAVING been duly appointed Administra- . empowered XT tor of the estate of tieorge W. Uilmort. '. mum amount of deceased, by the Probate Court of Shelby connty, Tennessee, all persons are hereby nos tilled lo present to me, within the time pie a. jibed by law, all accounts -and. demand against said estate, or the same will be forever Darren; ana aii persons inaeor.eu to said es tate are requested to come up ard settle wit me at once. W.C4. RAIN"". . aaoH-Hecond Ht e said mini red, and that NOTICE. H Qat all persons de ippearance herein, city of Memphis, e flrst Monday in canse, II any they lid not be granted, the charter be granted It la therefore order siring so to do make ti at the courthorse in Tennessee, on or befo February, IsT'i, and s have, why said charte or the same will be proceeded with exparte; and that a copy of this order be publish .t for thirty daysln the Memphis Appeal. This 34th day of December. l!C2. A copy attest : EliMITND A. COLK. Clerk and Maater. By R. J. Black. Deputy C. and M. Uantt 4 McDowell. Sols. i..r petitioners, wd Non-Resident Notice. AVINU been duly appoin'ed Adminis-: tratorof the estate of Jant. s H. siimin. deceased, by the Probate Court of Shelbv county, Tenn., at the December term, 1ST1, all : Demons are ht-rebv notified tn file witr. me or ' my attorney, R. C. Williamson, No. JTi Main N-o flSfi In the Second ITiancery Court of street, within the time prescribed by law, all " Shelby i-onntT, Tennessee. C. T. McLean accounts and demands against said estate, or vs. Alice Goss and her husband. Fin ton lie same will tie lorever barred: and all lit- i, sons Inclebusi to said estate are requested to I rf appearing from tl coran up and settle with me at once. de.I7itiw W. H. F.ADKR. -ierond st fr"u ties FFH tween :isnd i i'ciK!kp.m. de 1 for plalntltr- del " an HOISTING MACHINES. power HOifiTore ,11 need ..i an K. v . i. .1 ii aa dtc rlption, we can Inrnlsh it aud gMxan:e.. Mtisfaci:..n. We can make them ioWWrlYeii from Shot'. ing by a Special Englnapar by wster, in cities where I here are waffr works. Fardeacrlptlon circuits., address JAS. L. HA tT CO ja Cinefnnatl. niilo. 1 in this cause that t ioss and her husband, r . ;i dents of the State ol Misso are non-reidents of the Sta It Is therefore ordered by I ter. That they make their a at tne Courthouse of the Court, in the city of Meniph befare the tlrst Monday )u I plead, answer 01 demur to i or the same will betaken i Appeal. Ihls Decerns. A copy -attest: if. 0. L. STCT'ATI By Jeo. Maluri. D. Wilson Beani. Hols. era snd M.'.s