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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, JANUAEY 22, 1873.
FINANCE AND TRADE. Middling (ottcm 19 -t(9 S-4c Ex change IS to Par Ml 112 1-2, Arrival of Proilaco IUUs Looking IHwii Eggs C to 40c. Lxrhaorf in Small Supply Tending l'pwar4 Sale of Count 7 Scrip A Sew Memphis National Bank. improved Inquiry Eaten Stiffer Sale 2800 Bales-Cotton and Protection. trrir or ran Pam.t ArruL, 1 Tvksday. January 21, 1873. Exchange was again in scant often ug this morning, as New Orleans baa ad- s:n v. ita rate J that city can be no longer made a resource. The proba bility oi the ante going up to J is there fore eveu stronger thaa before; at pres ent we reneat quotations, on New York and the E st i-i, New Orleans J. Sell ing ou all ointa at par. Gold was ad vancing in New York and brokers were paying 112). Of county scrip $300u was sold at M. Some Charleston railroad was off red at TJ but there was no taker, we can only quote it as nominal; the only broker's quotation we have beard is 2ti. We bear that the arrangements foro)etiiiig the new National Bank that is to be added to our present money in stitutions are rapidly advancing towards completion. We could learn of no transactions in any kind of stocks or lands, there i yet no money to spare for speculation. Memphis currency bonds, with past due oonpous, sixes, 53Si64; Memphis jft!d bonds, sixes, 60; Memphis past-due-coupuns, Til; Memphis and Charles ton railroad stock, nominal; ditto 1st mortgage lauds, bb: ditto 2d mortgage. 78; Memphis ai 1 Ohio railroad stock,!!?: ditto 1st m-..'tgge bonds, 96; ditto mortgage. ; Mississippi and Tennes- j see railroad stock, 17; ditto 1st mortgage i-ouds, IsHlUS, NlTTB Cocoanuta $7 00 per 180; chest inns, $4 00 per bushel; peanuts, red 4c, white 4J5c per lb. Pecans, 10c per lb. ; One Louisiana, 222to. Sale of 2S sks red peanuts at k It sks white at 44c. Oats. Sales of 75 sks choice black at 50c. Onions. Market bare. Potatoes From flatboat, $303 25; seed potatoes $4(n 4 50. For sound peach - blows $3 50.. Pin's Fket Kegs, $2 25$2 SO; half imi, so. Pork Green bulk clearside, 7Jc; clear rib, 7c; shoulders, 5Jc; bams, 9bQ 9Jc the above for packed, loose, J(Sic lower: mess, $14(S14 50. Kahbits, etc. Rabbits, $1 50ffi2 00 per dozen; squirrels, $1 50; quails, $1 25; deer, 5(S;tc ; prairie chickens,$4 00. Game flsh, 0c. Turkeys Alive $141S; dressed, lOVilSC. HON ETA BT ASH FIXAJiClAL. NEW YORK, January 21 Money wag more active; early loans were made at 7. ,.ut in the afternoon ; le rate ad vanced to 7 for gold, with exceptions at 1 -64 1 Kr day. Gold active and advanced from HSj to US, fell to 113), and closed at 113jnlISf. Sterling Exchange is quiet at ioftjc.i 1094. Loans were made at H i i. Clearings $65,000,000. Treasury disbursements. $1911,000. Engagements for export to-morrow, 150,000. Govern mcnts opened 1( 1 higher, and closed wiih a further advance of J, as follows: coupons of 1SS1, 117,; 5-20s of 1862, 114; 5-2f of 1864, 114); 5-20s of 1865. 116); -:- of 1865. new, 1144; 5-2os of 1S67, 11 J; 5-a0s of 1868, 115); new 5a, 11. 1; 10-408, IIS); currency 6s, 113j. Slate Bonds were quiet but steady, with Teunessees higher, and closed as follows: Missouri, 92; Tennessee, old, 7i ; Tennessee, new, 78- Virginia, new, 56; Virginia, old, 45;' North Carolina, old, 33; North Carolina, new, 17. Slocks were moderately active in Erie, New York Central, Lake Shore, Pacific Mail and Western i'nion; otherwise they were excessively dull. Erie fell from 62 to 61 , and advanced to 63. New York Central fell from 104 to 103;, S6; ditto 2d mort- 1 and closed atl04i. Lake Shore fell from Mississippi Central W'.i to H2' and cliwed at 93). Pacific fell nouns, 0; aitto M mortgage tmnds, 82; Mississippi warrants, 70(2; Mississippi j levee bonds, 42 ; Arkansas levee bonds. 30; Shelby county warrants, 9092; ditto ;ioiis, 8385; Bank of Ten-! money, old, 97); new, 33(5,37: C omptrolier s warrants, 9i . railroad stock, 15; ditto 1st mortgage from 71J to 703 and closed at 71). West ern Union fell from 84) to 83, recover ing to S3.. Harlem fell from 122 to 120). Wabash rose from 72J to 73 g, clos ing at 72j. The market closed dull but steady. It is reported the new Erie mortgage of ten million dollars, is in process of negotiation in London. It is understood the Secretary of the Treasury i will give the whole of the refunding award to one hrm. yuotations; canton, 100. j W. U. Telegraph Company, S3j; Quicksilver, 43; Adams Express Company, 97 ; Wells & Fargo's Express Company, 84); American Merchants' Union Express Company, 69; United States Express Company, 76; Pacific Mail, 71); New York Central, 104 J; Erie,63); Erie, preferred, 74; Harlem, 120) ; Harlem, preferred, 125; Michigan Central, 106; Pittsburg,Fort Wayne and tli at whenever there is anv marked de-1 Chicago, t9; ; Northwestern. 80; North- sue to obtain those grades the price 1 western, preferred, 88; Rock New York market closed with cotton at 2L;i . Liverpool 9jd, New Orleans ac tive at l'.)c. In our market there nothing to distinguish the tone from that of yesterday, except that a keener inquiry and greater readiness to buy stifleued prices, especially on the upper grades, which quttc better than for three or four days past. There is so little cot ton, however, from low middling uj anows an upward tendency. A little lot of inferior sold at 1314c; a lot that sold at aoc was barely up to strict mid dling. Sales amounted to 2300 bales at the rate of the following quotations: ordinary . Good Ordinary L' I-ow Middling Iflial Middling 1; Btrlct Middling The following are the receipt, exports and stocks In Memphis: wn. is72. Receipt LB 2.4i Bhipmeuu zjtl- 1X3 ;i:,xi sbjsbi . SU3 241,21b . 1,I7S 212,464 rXsWla sioct Total receipts to date Total anlpmenta todate imports. Memphis and Charleston railroad. Mississippi and Tennessee railroad Memphis sad Ohio railroad Memphis and Little Rork railroad .. steamers.. Estimated pet wagon and other sources EX POSTS. Memphis and Charleston railroad Mississippi and Tennessee railroad Mem phis and Ohio railroad ............... Bteamers north , Steamers south An exchange paper points out that there is a fact connected with statistics of cotton manufacturing in the United States that furnishes a rather discour aging commentary on the protective tariff policy. From 1860 to 1870 the number of cotton manufactories in the United States decreased from 1001 to 956; and the quautity of raw cotton manufactured decreased in the same pe riod from 422,704,976 pounds to 398,308, 357. It might appear strange at a first glance that a larger proportion of the cotton raised in the South is not worked up there, or elsewhere in the United States. But it is not surprising when viewed in the light of the actual opera tion of tin- protective tariff in swelling the aggregate cost of the materials of home industry. By reason of this so called protection, the American cotton manafacturer must pay much higher for his machinery than the English cotton manufacturer. That alone is a heavy burden iu the face of competition. Though he can get the raw cotton free from the cost of trans-Atlantic ship ment, and though the rate of wages he pays has not advanced more than the value of cotton goods mauufectureoVet he finds it no easy matter to turn out clotli to c ore 1 ete with English articles of the same flans, which, after being shipped across the ocean, as raw mate rial, are shipped back to this country and find a ready market. preferred. 88; Rock Island, 111); New Jersey Central, 102); St. Paul, 56); St. Paul,, preferred, 7.j; w abash, 72 ; Wabash, preferred, 65; Fort Wayne, 92j ; Terre Haute, 115; Terre Haute, preferred, 141: Chicago and Alton, 113; Chicago and Alton, pre ferred, 117; Ohio and Mississippi, 46; Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati, 90; Burlington and Quincy. 114; Lake Shore, 1064; Indiana Central, 38;Illinois Central. 120; Union Pacific, 36); Central Pacific bonds, 99) ; I'nion Pacific bonds, 87); Delaware and Lackawana, 97); Hartford and Erie, 108). NEW ORLEANS.January 21. Sight exchange. )y J discount ; sterling ex change, 23. 1X3NIX1N, January 21, 5 p.m. Con sols, money, 92)(S 92'; account, 92)a,92); United States coupons V20s of 1865, 92i; 10-40s, 904; new fives, IJtf; Erie, 50. FRANKFORT, January 21. United Status 5-20S of 1862, 96. PARIS, January 21. Rentes, 54f 25c. UKftt.lt A L MABHET. There has lieeii some additiou to our stocks of fee., and produce but they had fallen so low that arrivals up to the pres ent fall like rain on the desert sands, producing little vi&ible impression. Corn aold at 57c,in small lots 60c. (Hilt in small quantities were taken at 50c. Hay con tinues high, some Arkansas prairie sold at $25 and Indiana choice at $36; for choice timotliv j-is is asked at the land ing. Cornnuiil ia scarce at $3 25 on the landing. Bran sold at $25 on the spot. $24 to arrive. Egg are scarce, small lots received by express sold at 40c. toul'ry was in better show, live chickens $4 50u 5 50, dressed $5r, 6; dressed ducks $5; live geeae $7 50; live turkeys $16. dream d, choice, $1 7(418. Apple and fAatv" are lull and unchanged. No Onion offering. Cabbage was $7 a crate, loose common $6a.S. choice $9 10; loo" head sold at the latter figure. Some fine Valentia Orange, large boxes, command $12, others generally $8, but they are iu poor order. Sauer teraut is held at j.9 a barrel. Pro in'ont are unchanged ; some Kentucky country hud sold at 8c a tierce. Me V I is selling at $14f 14 50. Coffee remans firm. quotation Jor feed are jor round lots on the landing unlet otherwise ex preed. Apple Fair, $3f$4 60; fancy, $6 sjje of 270 bills iu lota from $2 Wa ". Bran Sales of 50 sks ou landing at $26; 130 sks to arrive at $24 Bl'CK wheat Flour Scarce at $9 50 (10. Beans Navy and mixed beans, $2 75 9& Baling StufPs- Bagging, 2 and 2 pounds, l.'tjfi 14)c; iron ties, 88c; bal ing twine, 14' 15c. Beef.Etc. Forequarten, 40 6c ; hind quarters, 7 1 inc. Sheep, 810,6V. Hogs, 7(74c. Buttek Choice roil, iVa&c; sujie rior qualities, 27c 28c; selected 30c. Bacon- New hams, sugar-cured, 13(S 14c; breakfast bacon, 10c. Corn Sales of 180 sacks white at 67c; 50 ditto at 6c. Cabbaok In crates, $77 50; $7(4 10 per loo head; sale of 1000 head at MM. Chickens Alive, choice, $4 50(5 60; dressed V 6 for choice. 'KAMifcKiiit Cultivatetl, $10(o12. OoknmeaIj Scarce; sale of 94 bbls on lauding at $3 25. Coffee - We juote at 212"iC for Rio, 27i 1 28c for Java. Dhied 1-ki 1 1 -Apples,4)6)c; peach es, 3Xa,4)c; choice halves, 6c. Ducks Market hare, $4:o,4 50; for dressed $5. fctrt.s -Small stock, 38t.40v. Fulfil -Double extra, $6 50( 7 treble extra, 7 75 - 8 2-5; family, $8 75S9 60; fanc . -lif,10 -i0 C0TT0S MARKETS OF THE WORLD. NEW YORK, January 21, 10:15 a.m. Cotton Ordinary, 17jc; good ordinary, 184; low middling, 19jc; middling, 20c ; Alabama, 20c; Orleans, 21c; Texas, 21 jc: futures quiet: no sales, January, 19 9-16(. 19c; February, 19 ?19 11-Hk;; March," 19 15-16ft 20c; April, 20 5-1 20jc: May, 2iw 2oc: June, 211-161.. 21 c; July, 21)r 21fc; all nominal. 12:15 p.m. C'ottou steady; ordinaiy, 1 7-c ; g.,nd ordinary, 18c; low middling, 19)c; middling, 20c ; Alabama, 20)c; Orleans, 21 )c; Texas, 21 Jc; sales to-day for export,5o." bales; to spinners, 388 liales; mtures, 2600 bales; sales last even ing, 1084 bales; to spinners, 41 bales; in cluded in the sales are 260 bales to ar rive. Futures firm; January, 19c; February, 19c; March, 20c. 3:15 p.m Cotton steady; ordinary, 17c; good ordinary, 18fc; low middling, 19) c; middling, 20c; Alabama, 20c; Orleans. 21 Jc; Texas, 21 jc; sales, to-day, for exjiort, 2110 bales; to spinners, 431 bales; futures, 8200 bales; sales last even ing to spinners, 41 bales; included in the sales are 790 bales to arrive. Futures easy; January, 39c; March, 20c; April, 20) c; May, Ve; June, BJe; July, 21 4c. Cotton report for four days at all United States porta Receipts, 6.'t,305 tiales; exports to Great Britain, 32,305 bales; to the coutiueut, 7616 bales; stock, 548,380 bales Charleston being estimated. NEW ORLEANS, January 21. 11:30 a.m. Cotton in fair demand; middling, lfc; sales 1000 bales. 2 p.m. Cotton active; middling, 194c; sales to-day, 2500 bales; last even ing, 3500 bales; receipts, 9271 bales. LIVERPOOL, January 21, 11 a.m. Cotton dull; uplands, 9id; Orleans, 10)d; sales to-day, 8000 hales. 1 p.m. Cotton steady; uplands, 9jd- Orleans, 10)d; sales, 3000 hales; tor ex port and sjeculation, 1000 bales. 5 p.m. Cotton steady; uplands, 9d; Orleans, 10)d; sales 4000 bales Ameri can. ST. LOUIS, January 21. Cotton is quiet and unchanged. LOUISVILLE, January a. Cotton steady; low middling, 18)c. NASHVILLE, January 21. Cotton dull ; low middling, 17)c. CINCINNATI, January 21. Cotton steady; middling, 18jc. imi tiOODS MARKET. NEW YORK. January Business was fairly active with commission houses to-day, and a moderate jobbing demand existed. There was no change in the market for cotton goods, but prices remain steady and stocks low in first hands ; a large jobbing bouse offered a lot of Arnold's medium aad dark prints at 6c. The clothing trade oper ated more freely in spring woolens. Foreign goeds are very quiet, except clothing linens and black worsted goods. pkoiu'ce markets. ST I .i IjOUIS, January 21. Flour is iu leinaud and holding higher, but no advance established; supernne, -X5' Mi; ex-ira. - . 25 16 2'p; double extra, $6 50f. 7. Wheat is held very firm, but alow, owing to small offerings; No. 3 fall. Si 88 most of sales by sample. Corn is a shade better ; No. 2 mixed, 36c east track; 344c St. Louis warehouse. Oats are a shade better ; No. 2, 30c at east track ; 33c at east w arehouse. Bar ley, buyers off, and little done. Rye no sales. Whisky dull at 90c. Pork is firm at $12 25fa 12 50 last year's stand ard. Dry salt meats are active and firm, with very large sales; loose, shoul ders. 4c; clear rib, to arrive, 5Jc: clear, 6jc; short clear middles, boxed, 6c; packed lota, 6)ott)c; order lota )c higher all up country. Bacon firmer at 5c and " . ' c, shoulders and clear aides. Lard firm; prime, 7)c. Green bams firm; block, 8c. Hogs are active ; some sales higher, ranging at $3 504. CINCINNATI, January 21. -Flour firm and unchanged at $8 2V 8 60. Wheat scarce and firm at $1 761 80. Uye quiet at 8 k. I:., Corn steadv at 40c. . . . X - ua- 71,, f-r .v,,i ui. ! 88c. Oats oui-t at O csc. Baru D.- " 7V til.. at Groceries firm. Lin- ... 1.. ..ill. n. t. mnb.. I ouiet at 7ttal9 101 mil. ouucu, s"n w. , . . , -t . . 1 inaoa,,. .l Ric, 8fa4, as in qual- i on 111 iait uriuauu i I I r 1 .. n Hi wn sugars in nous. fta.nc; yellow clarified, llyfiilSc; white clari fied;, 12(.i 12)c; powdered and crushed, I3i(a,14c. Oukniks New 19c; second-hand 16c. Geess Few iu market at $7(a 8. Ha Nules of 76 bales Arkansas prairie at $25 ; 68 lades' Iudiana prime at $36; choice timothy quoted at $38. Hominv M 25fi4 50 per bbl. Kit a l?T Moderate supply at $SYi9 per bbl according to size Half barrels $6. Labd-Ii. tieroas, 8)e; kegs, 9) 9c . paiis. 9C10e. J Lkw. - and Oranobs Oranges $8; Valentia, large boxes, s!2; lemons $7 50! for Mal iL-a foi Messina $8 Mm -rYiine Uj oh aloe plants- I Uon, 68 '.7oc; common to prime sugar- syrup, te56c; lauoy, 7Jfo,oc. at 38ov0c. Pork, offerings light at $12 75(a,13. Iard quiet; steam, 72j7)c. Bulk ineata steady; shoulders, 4)c: clear ribsides. 6)c; clearsides, 6)c and held higher. ' Bacon in good demand; shoul ders, o4c; clear rib sides, 7c; clear sides, 8c. Green meats Arm; shoulders, 3)c. held at 4c ; clear ribs, 6)c; offerings light. Hams, Sfu Orc 16-povnd aver ages. Hogs are brisk; extreme range, $4 l.Vi4 40. Whisky active at 88c. CHICAGO, January 21. Flour scarce sked and n,ui; an advance established ; extra spri U buoyant, but unset No. I, spring, 1 32 1 Hit: No. 2 1 $1 - Corn tu tab demand at va ncet 1 a ti act icu, No. u iulxei, ear, 34c. Oats quiet ; No. 2, 254c but none 7. Wheat d hig-ier: steadv; No. 2, 66c. Barley dull and de clined ; fall No. 2, 738c. Provisions firm and demand fair; mess pork high er, Sll 8085. Lard is steady at 7)c. Bulk meats are generally held )c higher: sales of short rib middles, loose, at 6 5fc; shoulders, packed, 4)c. Green hams are firmer; sales of 18-pound aver ages at 7c. Dressed are hogs firm ; light weights, $4 804 63; heavy weights, $4 10. Whisky quiet at 88c. LOUISVILLE, January 21. -Tobacco is firm and active; sales of 165 hogsheads. Flour is firm and in good demand; extra fsmil; . ;7 25(5,7 76. Wheat firm at -! : 1 75 red and Amber. Corn i- steady; shelled, 40c. Oati steady at 30c. Bye firm at 30c all on arrival. Provisions in good order de mand: mess pork, $13 round lota. Ba con, 5Jc, 7)(57c, 7)Xac packed. Hams, sugar-cured, iS.lsJc. Lard tierces, 8 C8)c. Bulk meats shoulders, 4ft54c; clear rib sides, 6c; clear sides, 6c loose; c higher packed; small order lots )c above quotations for packed meats. Whisky active at 88(3j89c. NEW ORLEANS, January 21. -Floir firm; treble extra, $Sri9; family, $10; 11. Corn easier at 74fe7sc. Oats, 60c. Brau dull at $1 35. Hay is firmer; choice, S40rti42. Pork firmer; mess, $13 25(514. Dry salt meats firm at Tic. Bacon easier at 5)c, 9Jc and 9c. Hams at 15K164c. Lard is easier; ply; tierce, 7jfaA)c, keg, 9j(5 9jc. Sugar m fair demand; inferior, 5fo6)c; com mon, 7fi7rc; fair to fully fair, 7)(S81c; prime, 9y 9c. Molasses iu good de mand; centrifugal, wn-w, common, 45(S-52e; fair to choice, .5gi65c. Whisky firm : Ixiuisuxna, hbc; no west ern here. Coffee firm at 16)19)c NEW YORK. January 21. Flour is fairly aclive-and higher: extra Ohio, $7 4o10; St. Louis, $8 20(, 13 30. Whisky steady at 93c. Wheat higher; No. 3 sprinc, fl 55;" red Western, $1 95. Rye quiet. Barley active and stronger; Canada West, $1 171 20. Corn firmer; old Western mixed, afloat, 624; 67c; in store, 6464 c. Oats more active; new Western, mixed, 51(.j5oe. Rice strong at oW-SJe- Provisions Pork dull; mess, $13 75. Beef is dull; mess, Sllfojll 75. Cut meats quiet; dry salted shoulders, 5 5c. Laid is firmer; Western and steam, Sjc. Butter is firm; Western, 12 6,16c. NASHVILLE, January 21. Flour is steady; extra family, $7 25a 25. Wheat $1 75(5U 86. Corn 68c on or ders in depot. Oate 47S)48c on orders in depot. No sales of rye or barley. Corn meal $230. Provisions are strong. Bulkmeata shoulders, 5c; clear ribs, 6Jc; clear sides, 7jk. Lard kettle dried, 84c. Sugar-cured hams, 14c. Coun try bacon, from wagons hog round, 7)c. Hogs, 15,4 10. SPECIAL NOTICES. LIME. (jKIDEB & DEXIE, Maoufactnrers of the Celebrated ALABAMA LIME t'OBKEIT THE STOMACH. j it is a wen aacerta.iiea pnysioiiiKicio lac inui loe origin or moi oi roe uniiui annci bncaanlty in a der&agisl coudlUon. of the all nieDlary canal. The bowels become conntl pated and fllaiKtsh, and theaae. ariaea a train of palbful and distressing lualldiea. 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A well-preserved Head of Hair, In a person of . middle age, at once bespeaks refinement eletpiuce, health and beauty. It may truly be called woman's crowning g'.ory, while men are not Insensible to ita advantages and charms. Few things are more disgusting than thin, frizzly, harsh, untamed hair, with head andc covered with dandruff. Visit a bar ber. aad vou feel and look like a new man. This Ls what LTOSfH K ATHA1RON v. ill do all the time. The charm which lies la well placed hair, glossy curls, luxuriant tresses and a clean head, is noticeable and irresistible. Bold by all Druggists and Country Stores. PLANTATION BITTERS S. T.-1860--X FURNITURE. Ames, Beanie & Co., 396 Main street, offer Bargains, Wholesale and Retail, in Furniture, Carpets, Mat tresses, Oilcloths, Window Shades, etc. Xhr-- wonderful vegetable restorative is the gheet-anrbor of the feeble and debilitated. As a tonic and cordial for Um aged and languid, it has no equal among stomachics. Aa a remedy for the erron weakness to which women are especially subject, It is superseding every other stimulant. In all climates, tropical, temperate or frigid, it acts as a specific ia every species of disorder which undermine the bodily strength, and breaks down the animal spirits. NERVOUS DEBILITY. HUMPHREYS No. M. The most uccetfu' remedy known. Price SI single bnx. Package five boxes acd one larpe phial of Powder necessary in aerioas MMm 93. Sent by mall od receipt of price. Address Humphreys Specific Homeopathic Medit'lne C'J Iiroadway. New York. ja7 LOTTERY. RAILROADS. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE GREAT SOUTHERN RAILROAD. SCHEDULE : Express Train leaves daily. 8umlara excepted.... 3:toa.m Mall Train leaves daily pjja Brownsville accommodation leaves daiiy, Sundays excepted 4:t0pjn WNit change of cars by this hue for Louis vllle, St. Louis or N.sb : lie. Pullman Palace aleepln-cur on all night trains. For Tickets or lniormatlon npply at Ticket Office, So. 2S7 1-2 Main Street. JOHN T. KLYJJN, Hnp'i Memphis l!v. J akxh Ki-eeo, Ticket Agent. jalil HormiKs Railway Kktbitv iVixpaiii ljessee ,Mom his and t'harlehton K. K 3 1UDU1 IIUI M1U V UB1 L I I A k. Ik. , Mempoi-i, Tenn.( Octtber 29, ISR MEMPHIS & CHARLESTON R. R. CHANGE OF TIME Tuesday, October 29, 1872. TRAIN! WILL RUN AH FOLIAIWS: Mall Train leaves Memphia 11 AO a. to Mai! Train arrives at Meinph s .10ia.'.n KxpreK Traiu leaves Mempiiir. 5:00 a.m Express Train arrives at Memphis 11 :15 p.m Jom tiou Acc leavea Memphis UTO p.m Junction Acc. arrtve at Memphis ... H:0U p.m Honaerrllle Ace. Leaves MetnphK 4:4 p.m tSomervllle Aec. arrives at Memphis.. a.m Making close coontsctlon at Urand Jinn -tlon. Conulh, Uecatur and Chattanooga for all points South, North and Kast. 78 miles shorter Nit'hMtanooga, Kast Ten nessee, (veorgla aad the seaboard cities than via Nashville. Calck time and close connec tions to Nashville.. 11 -kei Ufflce, ara Main si., and at Depot. oc W. J. ROBtl. sup t W.-m 1-lvislon. M1SS1SSI PPI & TENN ESSEE K.K. CHAMOlTor TIME. CKtMMKNt'lNU TllORSDAY, DKl'l MBKR ' i, ls7'J. Trains will ruu a, lollows: LEAVE 1 ARKIVE: New Orleans Mall, dally. . 1 : r.m. 26 p.m Arrive al New Orleans a n.m Arrive at lcksburg 4::a.m Kiiress Train, dally 4:5up.m. S:4o a.m Piillman Palace Sleeping Cars through to New Orleans without change. Ticket offices, S7 4 Main street and at De pot, foot of Main street. )all M. Bt'KKK. Hcp t. $64,260 mrUCKY STATE LOTTERY. Legalized by an act of the Legislature, The most liberal Lottery ever drawn. Onlj 7140 Tickets and 8080 Prizes. Tube drawn Lec. IVth, 1S72, In CovlugUm, Ky. One lapital Prize of : $2o,000 1 I'rlieof a.ooo 13 Prlaeaof. J2S0 1 Priieof 2,150! 30 Prizes of SO 2 Prizes of l.SOo: til Prizes of 20 2 Prizes of 300 2,610 Prizes of 6 :)UNi Prlaea, amounting to tn,jo Tickets, aia ; Halves, (e ; Quarters, aa. Bar Our Lotteries are chartered by the State, and orawn at the time named, under the su parvialon of sworn Commissioners. he drawings will be published In the New York, ilricago and Louisville papers. V We will draw a similar scheme the last Haturdavof every month during the years 1872 and 1878. Kemtt at onr risk by Postornce Money Order, Keplslereil Letter, Draft or Kx press. Si-nd for a clrc liar. Address SMITH, SIMMONS A CO., ocdAw Box aaT.Covtnitton. Kv. HOISTING MACHINES. POWER HO I ST IX. M-A-CIIlJ3"JBiei. If In need of an Elevator of miy description, we can lurntshitaud guarantee satisfaction. We can make them to bt driven from shaft ing by a Sped al Engine, or by water, in cltlea where thereare waterworks. For description circulars, address JAM. L. HAVEN a CO jaj Ciacinnati, Ohio. OCEAN STEAMERS. ALLAN LINE TO AN!)A V FK0M LIVERPOOL, BALTIMORE AND jvorjfoiib:. One of the steamers of lb ls Ai st-claas line will he dispatched as follows: From L'pool. 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FOR eupi and Domestic Exchange, Govern ment Securities, Stocks, Bonds, City and County Warrants. oc!6 PROBATE COURT SALE DICKENS. HURD ft HOUQHTON S ', Rivrrnde Pre) Edttiou of Dickens' Work are tha bast In ibe msiket, and lor sale by all booksellers. t; 1.0 BE EDITION. 15 vols., "it steel plate. tSt. The best cheap edition. RIVERSIDE EDITION. - volumes, .550 steel plates, S56. THE BEST ILLUSTRATED EDITION. HURD & HOUGHTON, New York. The Hivertide Pro. Cambridge Probate Court Sale of Real Estate in Dyer County, Tenn. No. W, R. D In the Probate Court of 8helby County. Tennessee. Elizabeth Ragland et aL vs. Samuella Ragland et al. TTNDER and by virtue of an interlocutory U decree for sale entered In above cause, I will sell to the highest bidder, at Dubilc auc tion. In front of the courthouse door in the town of Dyersburg, Dyer county. Tennessee, On Saturday, February 15, 1873, within legal hours, the followjug described real estate, lo-wu: situate, lying ami oeing In Dyer county, Tennessee, range U, section 51, l.'lth Surveyor's district, and bounded and de- .serifced as follows, to-wit: Lot o. 1: Beginning at a stake the north east comer of the ltXXI acres, of which this lot is a part, and running thence west Ml chains to a point the norm west corner ot saia iimu acres: thence south 5U chains to a point; thence east with a part of the north line of lot No. 4, and the full lengths of lots Nos. 3 and 2 to a point the northeast corner of lot No. 2; thence north 50 chains to the beginning, containing 3U0 acres. Also. Lot 1': Beginning at the southeast corner of lot No. 1. and runs thence west 15 i-lisi:. -s. - . links to a point; tbence south 7 chains lo apolnt in the south boundary line of the IU00 acres, ot which tin- lot is a part; thence east 2U chains and "7'4 links to a forked gam tbe southeast corner of said 1O0U acres, it being also the original southeast cor ner of Ephratm McLean's 25U)-acre tract; thence north along its eastern boundary 7H ehaans to the beginning, containing , acres. Also, Lot No. 3:- Beginning at the northwest corner of lot No. 2, and runs thence west 29 chains and K7', links to a point in south boundary line of said KNKI acres; thence east 29 chains and s, ' , links to the southwest cor ner of lot No. 2; thence north with the west line of lot No. 2, 7 chains to the beginning, containing 2&J acres. And also Lot No. c Beginning at the north west corner of lot No. and runs thence west JO chains lo a stake; thence south 7X chains to a slake, u being the southwest corner of said lino acres; thence east m chains to the south wes! corner of lot No. ;J; thence north with the west boundary line of lot No. 3, TH chains to the beginning, containing Zit acres. Being the 1000 acres of N. Kagland, dec d, as subdivided by G. rs.Jordan Leputy Surveyorof Shelby county; the said luU) acres of N. Rag land being the one-halt of a 20UO-acre tract owned by John Overton and N. Ragland, and divided between said Overton nnd Itagland by deed ot partition, bearing date September 2, lis. and registered iu the Register's office of Dyer county, Tennessee, in Book C, pages 2 and I. 'terms oi Sale One-fourth cash; balance in one. two and three years, with interest from date of sale; purchasers executing notes with approved securities; a lieu will be retained on the property to secure tbe payment of the same. JAMES REILLT, Clerk. Vance. Audei -.m, Meriwether Scales, Sols, for complains u ta. J aid nlii.i iinrlaalnnitinii 111 is- wiUhout them. Tliev are mounted in Steel, Shell, Rubber and Gold Eramee, and are manuiaciureu expressly ror : and sold in Memphis only, by X". X. XlVIXKrTJTVI eta OO. JKWELKKti AND OPTICIAN!. The GUIDE lsnow published QUAKTKKi.y. 23 mu pays for the year, four numbers, which is not half the coat. Those who after ward send money to the amount of One Dollar or more lor Seeds may also order Twenty-five cents worth extra the price paid for the Guide. The January number is beautiful, giving plans for making Knrsl Hvnaea, Designs for Ululng Table Decorations. Window ar- dena, ete.. and containing a mass of lnforma tion invaluable to the lover of flowers. One Hundred and Fifty pages, on line tinted paper, some Five Hundred Engravings and a superb colored plats and cbromo cover. The First Edition of Two Hundred Thousand just printed in English and German, and ready to send out. JAMBS VICK. Rochester N. Y. SAIL-MAKER. without the trade mark octeod SALE OF A Valuable Plantation. ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY (being the 3d day ol February) I will offer at public, sale, at Heruaodo. Miss., the planta tlo; formerly owned by H. B. Meacuaiu. lying out -half a mile north of the town of Seuato bla, where there are good schools, churches, etc. Han a mile front on the county road to Heniaudo, and can be subdivided to advant age Contains f acres, 360 acres open, about 2ou acres cultivated the past year; two siory dwelllinj, amok bonne, gui-bousv and cabins. All ui .fer fence, a part of which tasood. IMliltt om -third rash; balance In one and twd vers, with ten pei cent, intercut, jail M. 3. WICKS. Late of, and successor to, Casaldy A Miller, SAIL MAKER AND COTTON DUCK AttENT, NEW ORLEANS, - LOUISIANA, ANUFACTURER OF ALL SIZES AND qualities of Tents, Tnrf niton, Wagon-Covers, Every description of awmnos, Window aud Dock sh iuit; also. Kl AOS or All Nations Bt" m i '"i, alt colors, etc. Wholesale dealers In Ma.mlu ami Takbeh Rope, all sixes, from tbe Plymouth Cordage Company, Ply mouth, M i s. We keep on hand, ready for shipment, a large RDOk of all the above arti cles. i) toiers cuA le tilled by return luali J. C. MILLER, 107 ro i lK.i s UTiitu', uear Camp, ei New Orleans, Louisiana. Probate Court Sale of Real Estate. No. 56, K. D. lu the I'robate Court of Shelby county. Tennessee Oeorge L. Douglass, Ad ministrator of R. N. Bend, deceased, vs. R. T. Bond, etal. TT N DKK. and by virtue of. an interlocutory U decree for sale, entered in the above cause, 1 will sell, at public anctlon, in front of the courthouse door of said Coi-il, In the elty of Memphis, on Monday, February 10, 1873, within lesal hours. Hie lollowlm: real estate of the late R. N. Bend, deceased, described as rollows: Lying and nemg in sneioy county Thiisbbx district No. U range 5. section I lot No. I begiriniu: ala stake in a roau in ine ess' line ot the Harrell tract .of which this lot Is a part) ; thence north with said line 25 chains anil 97 links, to a stake : thence west 14 chains and sk Uuks to a stake: thence south degree east, 3? chains and ' links to a white oak marked "B" ; thence east S4 chains and W links to the beginning, containing 53 acres. Also. Lot No. 2, beginning r.t the southeast corner of lot No. 1 , thence south 1 chains and hs links to the northeast corner of dower lot No. 3, wih swretgum pointers; thence west 11 chains and It) links to the northwest corner of dower lot No. 3, with redoak sapling point ers: thence south 12, degrees, it chains and 14 links to tbe southwsi corner of sard dower lot, with sassafras and redoak sapling point ers ; thence west, is chains and Ml links to a stake. It being one of the corners of dower lot No. 1 ; thence uoi iu . chains and 9i links to a stake, the northeast coiner ol dower lot No. 1 ; tbence west 2H chains and to links to the northwest comer of said dower lot stake, south, -tS degrees east , 59 links from a white oak marked X ; thence north 15 chairs! and 511 links to a stake; thence east 4fi chains and 48 links to a stake in the west line of Ihe Harrel tract; thence south, two degrees east, chains and 411 links to the southwest cornerof lot No. 1 ; thence east 14 chains and tfu links to the be ginning, containing Hi 53-liHI acres. Terms of sale One-third cash, balance lu six and twelve months, purchaser executing notes with two or more approved securities. A Hen will be retained on the property to se cure the payment of the deferred payment. JAMES REILLV, Clerk. H. T. Sale and R. i '. SpringtleldJiolicItors for Complainant. Ja9 M Probate Court Sale of Real Estate. No. W. R. D. in the Probate Court of Shelby County, Tennessee W. J. Stovall.et al. vs. S. L. stovall. et al. UNDER, and by virtue ol, an interlocutory decree for sale, entered In the above cause, 1 will sell to tbe highest bidder, at the court house door, on Union street lu the city of Memphis, on Monday, February 10, 1873, within legal hours, the following described rami estate, to-wit: situated on the west side of Ch&mberlayne Place, and fronting on said Chamberlayne Place to teet, and extending back, eastwardly, between parallel Ltnes, 150 feet, being lot No. 7 of Chamberlayne Jones, Jr 'k sub-division, and the tounh lot of same dimensions from the intersection of Ute east side of Chamberlayne Place with tbe north side of spring strset. Terms of Sale One half cash and tbe bal ance in six months, purchaser executlug note with approved security for the deferred pay ment. A Hen will be retained on the lot. JAMES REILLY, Clerk. J2liLiaiiiiia 1840. 1873, CHANCERY SALES MEMPHIS APPEAL iCluueery Sale of Real Estate. I No. lr4.N.R-FLls. Chancery Court of Shelby ounty.-D. &. Cook and S. A. Norton vs. J. N . Henkel et al. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree tor sale entered In the above rause November 1, WK, I will sell, at public auction, to tbe high est bidder, i n front ol the Clerk ;ind Master's l.rano opera roxia-. "conu sisei, in Saturday. February 13, 1STS, within legal hours, the following described property herein attached as belonging to J. N. and A. D. Henkel, situated in Bhsfby county, t ennsssee. to-wit : Lots No, t, 141, II. 12, 13, 14, li and is, as laid down on the plan of A. Warren addition to South Memphis: each lot being 225 by iST feet. For more particular description whereof see pianos record In Keg inert oMee and the deed recorded therein, in book No. 4ft, iis i fi and . Terms of Sale On a credit of seven (T) mouths; notes to be taken with approved nretues; lies retained to farther secure same and equity of redemption barred. This Jan uary 14, 1872. E. A. COLE, CTerk and Master. BVecfcer A Belcher. Attorneys. Jal 5, 22, 111 MM. 12. IT DAILY AND WEEKLY DISPENSARY. 1K. D. S. JQUSSOVs MEDICAL DISPENSAE JU6 MAW STREET, Dp-stalrs, bstv la now permanently astaottsned for Uis treat ment of patients, both male and femaia, who are afflicted with any form of TiWEBEaL 0B SECRET A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE Chancery Sale or Real Estate. No. 1935, 0. R First Chancery Court of Shelby couuty .-Kenneth Garrett et al. vs. Kenneth Garrett et al. T7A virtue of an Interl D enu red in the above c I will seU, at public auction, to tbe high est bidder, in front of tha Clerk and Master'i office, llrretBpkw Block, Second street. In th city of Memphis, Tennessee, on Nfttarday, February 8, 1873, withiulegal JJJJS the ltoUow1n property. In the Ninth Civil district, near Elaberville, and which is lot No. Uof the subdivision re- 1 centiy made and died herein of the Garrett 1 lands, containing 50 acres. For Daxtictllaxs. I etc.. see plat In myofflc Terms of Hale On a purchaser to execute nu curlty, bearing in teres tatned to secure sam.-. EDMI NDA.COL H. Clay King, Attorrn bat, uieet, Strtctnrs - naalillllil m - orchitis, hernia or of a solitary nam mind, producing 1 lev 1 mnnlfiirT dll conmsionof Ideas, evil not all of these In any one case, but all I ring frequently in various aae. sun tlam and rheumatic pains cured by a Tactions of the throat, skin or ixinea. hernia or rupture; also, tbe effect Itary habit, ruinous to the body and rodnelng blotches so th face. Jebll- frTlcn lar n Ti i iu sw or palnfni Menstruation, Whites, failing of tne lartlieH of tbe monthly and paid to the DLSEAHEf LnchorThcea or consulted personai:y or not reonlrUui his ice. Office l - :redit of six mouths; es with approved ne from date; lien re tis January 16, 1S7X. :, Clerk and Master. f. JaL7, 24:fel.S Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. 2138, N. R-Klrst Chancery Court of Hbelby county Annie L. lones etal vs. R. C. Brink ley et al. I virtue of an Interlocutory decree for m above cause July 10. , ana i ie uct.ou. to sr-The MEMPHIS APPEAL is uow thor oughly Identified with the people of Tennes 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 W73, to extend Its field and to Increase Its usefulness. This we expect to do bypubilshlng a FIRST-CLASS NEWSPAPER A REPRESESTAT1 VE Journal of this Section ary z, !.., e following described ug and being In the tate of Tennessee, and division of a 7250 acre belonging to Daniel ver. which said dlvi- estimatlou, nv- hun- or lam and is bound- sale eutereu l71t and renewed cember Li, W72. I v the highest biddei Master's office, (ir street, in the city Saturilav. ! within legal boa ; property, sit,uate ' connty of .stelby. ; being the south w j tract of laud for ; Turner and John t : slon or lot ooo tail dred and ten acre, udas foiiows. Beg . marked F. P, the southea..; corner of Thomas , Person V 500-acre tract; running thence east with tl south lice Ol 4 aSJ-acre tract i chains and u links to a stake, the souihweet corner of said southeast dlvhuou of acres conveyed to said Weaver; tnence with the west boundary line of said 3V acres north H6 chains to said ceniral stake and black-oak pointers marked B: thence. crowing the pass or cut-off of Noncounah cVeek, chains and links to a stake; thence south with Thomas Person's line tin chains to the begimung; and which will be sold according to a survey on tile herein, subdividing same into fourteen lots orpareels. Terms of Sale One-tnird cash ; balance in one and two years: notes required, with approved sureties, bear ins interest from date: lien being retained to further same, etc. This December 24. 172. E A. COLE. Clerk and Master. Weigh' A McK's-ick, Attorneys. The doctor can t by letter upon all diseases attentloa outside of ha sal from s ajn. lo I o'clock p.m. n Ji D. . JOHNSON, M P. TRUST SALES. TRUSTEE'S SALE Valuable Plantation ia St. Yraa- cla toaaty. Arl THE CHEAPEST PAPER IN THE SOUTH. Special Telejrrapiiic , Dispatches. The Associated Press Dispatches. Foreign and Domestic Intelligence. Full Market Reports. The Progress of Railroads. Information for Merchant and Producer. Every Kind of Political Intelligence. Discoveries in Science and Art. Original Poetry and Stories. Agricultural and Farm Intelligence. The following by Telegraph Every Day : Proceedings of Congress. Proceedings Tennessee Legislature, ProceedingsrfaaMM Legislature, Proceedings Mississippi Legislature, News Embracing Everything Interest. OPIUM AND MORPHINE r . HABIT CURED IMMEDIATE i. i By Dr. Back's only known and so re. remedy, i 0 t UAKur. for Healineut until cured. Call , on or addlesa UK. J. C. BECK 9 la John street, I Cincinnati, uhlo. cootkUw In a word, as a great newspaper, the Ap peal wilt have no superior in the Southwest, The Dally wtll be the history of the world for one day and the Weekly will contain every thing that wilt interest "the country readers. Believing the advancement of our common Industrial, commercial and agricultural pros perity, to be the chief end of genuine journal ism, the APPEAL will make these paramount ObJeCl Every county and town of prominence should have good papers. The Appeal does not propose or desire to supplant or lnterfeie with the weekLr country papers. On the con trary, it will club with them ou the most lib eral terms, and co-operate with tbem for mu tual protection, and in all plans for advancing the newspaper fraternity, the prosperity of the country, and the welfare of the people. In politics the Appeal will remain Demo cratic or 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 the party's will when honestly expressed and crystallzed in a nomination, ls the best ex pression of Its effective power. TERMS FOR 1813. Onily, per annum aio OO Sunday, per annum a M Weekly, per annum a M Weekly, el nbs of II ve or mure 200 IDDIHg, MEMPHIS APPEAL PUBUSHIXtt CO. APPEAL BUILDING, 14 Union Street, : : MemnMa, Tenn ATTikteHMJENTS- AttMhment Notice. Before JAMES HALL Just tee of the Peace for Shelby county, Tennessee. Tate A Co firm composed of Simeon Tate and M. U. Tate, vs. James Jones. IN the above-mentioned cause, affidavit hav ing been made for attachment under sec tion 34o5 of the Code of Tennessee, that the defendant is a non-resident of the state ol Tennessee, and ls justly Indebted to the plaintiffs iu the sum of two hundred and forty -seven dollars, aud that the claim is Just, due and unpaid, and an attachment having been issued by me and returned by the proper officer levied, etc.: It ls therefore ordered, That the defendant appear before ine, at my office. No. 35(1 Second street, Memphis, Tennessee, on tbe 3ttb day ol January, ISSi. al 10 o clock a.m., aad defend this suit, or the same will be proceeded with exparte; and that a copy of this notice be published once a week, for four weeks consec utively, In the Memphis Dally Appeal. De cember 18, UTi. J s.MEs HALX, J. P. Fowlkes A Wright, Att'ys for pitas. de!9 th Attachment Notice. No. 1531, A. D.- In the Fli -t traml Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. --M. L. Meacham A Co. vs. J. H. Perry. 131 this cause an attachment having been . sited out under section k of the Code of Tennessee and returned tntoConrtJevied upon personal property of the 'Jefendant, J. H. Perry, and affidavit having been made that the defendant is justly indebted to plain ans In the sum of Sl.'HJO. by account, and that the defendant is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, or has fraudulently disposed of, or ls about fraudulently to dispose of ms prop erty: It ls therefore ordered. That said defend ant, J. H. Perry, make bis personal ap pearance herein, before the Judge of the First Circuit Court of Shelby count.-, at the Circuit Courthouse, in the cityol Mem phis, on the third Monday In January next and defeud said attachment suit, within the time prescribed by law, or the same will be proceedd with exparte : and that a copy of this order be published once a week, tor four consecutive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. Done at office this 13th day of December, 1872. FBAJJE TAFT, Clerk. By B. F. Colxma.n, Deputy Clerk. dellsax Attachment Notice. No. iras a. i. Shelby coun vs. J.H. Matl of Matthews, In the First circuit Court of r, Tenn. Ford, Porter A Co. lews, J. A. Suddoth. and rirru r. i Ir mei MEMPHIS APPEAL IK this cause an attachment having been sued out under section 34i. of the code of saee. aud returned into court, levied .he property , moneys, goods And effects defendants in the custody ol' the .Etna tnce Company by service eg garnish - u H. A. Littleton ft Co . its agents, and affidavit having been made that the defend ants are justly indebted to piauiuns in tne sum of I1HU by account, and that the de fendants are non-resident of the state of Ten- It Is therefore ordered that they, the said Matthews, Suddoth A Co., make Uuer per sonal appearance herein, before the Judge of the First Circuit Court of Shelby county, at the courthouse in the city of Memphis, ou the third Monday in January next and defend said attachment suit within the time pre scribed by law, or the same will be proceeded with exparte, and that a copy of this crder be published oncoa week, tor tour consecutive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. Done at office, this Itstb day of December, 1872. FRANK TAFT, Clerk. By B. F. CuLKJiAN, Deputy Clerk. W. A mislead Collier. Att y for PI'lLLdeclTtn DAILY Ml) WEEKLY 1840. 1873 Attachment Notice. No. 1471, A. D. In the First Circuit Court ot Shelby county. Tennessee. W m. B. Green law vs. M. M. Buck. IX this cause an attachment having been I sued out under section 34tx of the Code of Teunesase, and returned into Court, levied upon tbe property, money, goods and effects or defendant in the hands of John W. liood wtn. Treasurer ol the Memphis and Little Rock Bnllroad Company, and A. J. White, by service of garnishments, and affidavit having been made bat the defendant m justly indebt ed to plaintiff in the sum of HOU) damages for maliciously, and without reason .! !e oi' prob able cause, filing a bill and causing an attach ment to be issued out of the First Chancery Court of Shelby county against the property aud estate of plaintiff, Win. B. (jreenlaw : and can s: ng his said property to be seised and held bv the sheriff of Shelby county, (he amount of which damages ls not yet ascertained, and defendant is a noo-tesldant ol the State of Tennessee: It is therefore ordered. That said de fendant, M. M. Buck, make his personal appearance herein, before the Judge of tne First Circuit Court of Shelby county, at the Circuit Courthouse, in the otty of Mem phut, on the third Monday in January uext, and defend said attachment suet, wtthin the time prescribed bv law, or the same will be proceeded with exparte; and that a copy ot Ibis order be published once a week, for tour eousecutive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. Dose at offloe, ibLs Etta day t December, B ated .ie or a deed or trust to me i . R. Rose to secure eert 'in mentioned, which I b. ok '. pages 67 and . t'lerk'- Francis XMinty, Arkansas, dated tbe Mh day of May, ii70. 1, as trustee, will sell. On TnestLtj. 25, 1575, between the hours cf le and t oi from or the office ..f Donoho ft Bulkier. Madison street, in the city of Memphis. Tenn.. at public outcrv. to the highest bidder, ior CASH, the follow :ng described real estate, sit uate, lying and being in the county of SL Francis, State of Arkansas, and more partic ular: v desert bed as follows, to-wit: The west fractional half of seetion eighteen - , the swl half of east half of section eighteen '18 . the west hall of section nineteen !f), the west half of the northwest fractional hair of frac tional section thirty 'to), all in township three ::'jr'... range Ave ,5 east: the -outheasl all In lownship north, range :our east, con taining one thousand aud twenty-two IvS. acres, more or lees, together with all the priv ileges and appurtenances thereto beiosjnfcng or in anv wise appertaining. The equity ot reuempt.on in and u said property is expressly waived In said treat teed, and the title Is believed to b perfect. but 1 sell and convey only as trustee. 1 to all encumbrances. H. D. BULK LK Meraphis. Tetn.. January 13. 1871. Jai-S SUPREME COURT SALE. Supreme Court Sale. No. 18. Mrs Chancery Docket. In Supreme Court at Jack-on. Silas D. Irvtn, Adm'r of Johu B. Davis. dec d, vs. William Q. Ford. BY virtue of a decree pronounced by the i Supreme Court of the State of Tennessee, at Jackson, ou the Uth June, iTJ, lu the above stated cause, I w'.i sell, to tne t.ighest bidder. In front of the First Chancery Court Room, on Second street, in the city of Mem phis, within legal hours, on Friday, tne 7th day of February, 1M73, the real estate mentioned and described in said decree as follows: One lot situated :n the c.tv- of Memohis. Shelby county. State of Tennessee, anil known ana designated in the plan ot surveys ,,i said city as lot No. two hundred and fifty -six ftfif). I and which said lot fronts on Court Square, or street, on the north side of said Square or f street thirty-seven (37i feet, ten and one half (IDS) inches, more or less, bv seventr four I feet, three i.'l inches deep, and upon which lot I is a brick house fourii) stories high, known.1 and called the " Telegraph Building," being I the same house and lot named and described In a deed o! trust from the said William U. I Ford to M. Bridges, trustee, dated the Uth of April. lt)l, and registered in book No forty nine 1 19). page two hundred and thirty-three (2331, and the same house and lot named and described in the deed ot release from said i Bridges, trustee, to said Ford, dated March the l?th, 188X, and registered in book No. fifty one (51), page one hun tied and fifty-eight 168 . (the objects of the last deed being to re store the title of said house and lot to said Ford, the debt in the deed of trust being satis fied). And. also, one other piece or parcel of land, knowa? and designated as lot No. ten 10), In the subdivision ot the estate of A. B. arr. de ceased, upon the plan of the same as made out by the surveyor. M. A. Kerr. May 29 1855. and on file in tne case of John F. ' "arr against Nancy J. Carr and others in th.1 chancery Court of Mempnis, final number of the cause sixteen hundred and thirteen (Is: : and the same lot of land decried by said court in said cause to John F. Saffarans A Co.. aud by them conveyed to W. J. Davie, May 31, 1-59, by deed registered In book No. thirty-eight i 38 1. page five hundred and seventy-three '573i, and by said Davie conveyed to said William G. Ford on the 8th of June, 1811. by deed registered in book No. forty-fogr vli), page five hundred and se enty-lour 74j. Sai'i lots will be sold separately, and a credit of seven .7) months. The purchasers wLU be required lo execute notes lor the purchase money, with approved security, and a lien will be retained upon the property until the purchase money is paid, equity of redemp tion barred. January 7, 1873. JOHN H. FREEMAN, Clerk. Wright 4 McKlssick. solicitors. Ja8 TRUSTEE'S SALE REAL ESTATE. fl) virtue of a Deed of Trust, lo rl liv R. K. Davis, to secure certain in ness thereiu mentioned, which is recorded in book No. 74, pages 519 and 520, Register - fiVe of Shelby county, Tennessee, dated 19th day of April. 1S7U, I. as Trustee, wilt - il. on Friday. 7th February, 1873, between the hours of 10 and U o'clock, at the southwest comer of Main and Madison streets. In the city of Memphis, Tennessee, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for eaoh, the following described real estate, situate, lying and being In tbe county of anelby. Slate of Tennessee, and more particularly described as follows, to-wit: One hundred and s,xty ( ltiui acres of the Also, eight' ), acres of the east half of the nutheast quarter of section tour (4), township ue ill. range seven (7) west, together with all he privileges and appurtenances thereto be- heeo ui w redemsJmi n end to said iropertv is expressly waived in said Trust Jeed, and the title is believed to be perfect, mt I convey only as trustee. J. N. FORD. Trustee. Memphis, Tennessee. January 8. 1873. ja7 TBrSTEE'S Sale of UN DEB deed of trust made to me by Leon I arm an on tbe 18th day of April, 1872, registered in shelbv eountv, Tennessee, In book No. 87. iage 233, I will sell, to the highest bidder, for cash (subject to the widows dower), at tbe depot, in Collierville, Tennes see, on the 4th Day of February. 173, the following described tract of land, in tbe c unty oi Shelby and State of Tennessee, a part of section seven 7. township one 1 ) and range four (4): Beginning at trie southeast comer of said section and running north three hundred and twenty i33U) rods to a stake . thence east sixty rods to a stake: thence south three hundred and t wtnty :an rods to a slake thence west sixty (tal) rods to a stake al the be ginning. Also one tract described as follows: Begin ning at a stake in the road a. Talley's line and running west fifty .ST) rods lo a stake in the road; thence west three hnndred and twenty ,321 lods to a stake: thence east fifty '501 rods to a stake on Talley's tme: thence outb three hundred and twenty (3W rods to the begin Lnng: this tract being a part of section seven, township one, range four, in said lounty and State. The above sale is for purpose of se curing certain indebtedness described in the of redemption is expreesly trust deed. I sell and convey J. A. FLOYD. Trustee. - i - '" t PETITIONS. No. Petition for Charter. -In the First Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. vHEREAS. Henry M. Ferguson. O. B Hicks, W. W. McDowell, fcl Manual.. R. F KalL R. J. Persons and George Oaatt. ol Shelbv county, Tennessee; James W. Madde n A c. Carter aud J. F. Robertson, of Davidson eountv, Tennessee, bave tiled a petition iu said Court, praying to be incorporated under the name of " THu Bon Aqua SPiuniiS Aam i tATioM ;" that they be endowed with all the powers and privileges of a body corporate, to buy and hold real estate, to improve sagas, and to do U1 1 lungs necessary to open, develop and make the Bon Aqua Springs, which are situated In Hickman county. Tennessee, eight miles from the Nashville and Northwesters Railroad, a desirable watering place cheap eeas ror all poisons seesing instltu- 1 acts neeessary to tbe good morals, aeawnj jroverument and general welfare of said .-springs; that tbe capital -tocz man ..JU.i-'P uor more uiea warn th cornoratlon be comrieteU en.ooweren to act as soon as tne I mum amount of stock be subscribed, and that th'e charter be granted :or years . II is therefore ordered. That ail persons dts si ring so to do make their appearance rierein at the coiirthocse In the city of Memphis. Tennessee, on or before the first Monday in Feomary, 1873, and show cause. If any they have, why said charter should not be granted, or the same will be proceeded with exparte: and that a copy of this order he pubuabjed for thirty days in the Memphis Appeal. Th 24th day of December, 1872. A copy attest : EDMUND A. COUS. Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black. Deputy C. and M. jantt A McDowell. Sola, for petitioners. . d heaitli. recreation and p, power to establish at said Spr lion oi learning, nun ia uu Petitie Divorce. No. 538, R. D. In the Second Circuit Court of Shelby county. William Harris vs. Ella Harris. I appearing froiu affidavit in this cause that that tne defendant, Ella Harris, is a real dent of the l-tate of Arkansas, and a non resident ot tbe state of Tennessee; It ia therefore ordered. 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