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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY. JANUARY 38, 1873.
FIN ANCE AXD TRADE. Middling Oot1o 19 S-420c Exchange 1-2 to Par-Gold 118. No arrival of Prodare ConimMl De ellMtt E? at 0c Ponltrj at Tall Figures ProTigiou YerjStroag. Exckaage in Slender Offering Bates I nchuged-Saleof City Bonds. Cotton Buoyant Advancing ETerj-where Sales 2700 Bales Beriew of the Week. orrii s or tub iaii.t afpiil. Momiat, January 27, 1873. j MM At the close of our last week's review of the cotton market, cotton in New York had declined fc, quoting 20$c; Liverpool was without change, 9d; New Orleans was 4c lower, 19c. a de cliueof 4c. In our market the demand was good but ran large on low middling and above, which qualities remain Hcarce, therefore sales were restricted to '"" hales. Middling. 19K19fc. Ti-ksday The New York closing quotation for middling was JOjc, an im provement; Liverpool 9Jd, New Orleans fo advance. The telegrams being EavoraUe a keen inquiry was aroused in the Memphis market, and the better 'Hialities were very strong. Sales were bales at li-.. 19c for middling. AVedtbsday New York quoted 20fc; LiverjKwl 9tid, a decline; New Or leans 19jc. The inquiry in onr market i nzain good, and 2400 bales sold at i84(i 19c for middling. rHTBSDAT New York telegrams re ported middling 20tc, Liverpool 9d, New Orleans Mfe. The nature of these telegrams stiffened cotton in the Mem phis market ; the hieber qualities were especially very Arm and looking up ward. Sales 2900 bales at 19J19jc for middling. Friday New York was higher, 30jc, Liverpool !OI. New Orleans 19Jc. The inquiry iu our market was animated but increased askings drove the exporten from the market, and sales were limited to 11' )ales at 19jiS 20c for middling, an advance. Sati'rday New Y'ork again quoted 2i': . LiveTitool 9d, New Orleans lyc. There was again a good demand, but the advanced rates were too much for exporters, who were again mostly out of the market. Sales amounted to 140u i-alt at - 'iC for middling. Monday. The cotton intelligence was of the buoyant order to-day; New Y'ork was Je higher, quoting 21c; Liver pool also was higher, 9jo 10c; New Or leans ascended lyjc. By this time it was fully expected a week ago that cotton would be on the descending scale from excessive receipts, but cotton "holds its own " so far. In our market there was an active demand, but al though we have a ktock of 34,500 bales, the tables were by no means crowded with samples; in fact, buyers complain that the show of cotton was too moder ate, iu view of the inquiry of the last two or three days. Kates very lirni with improvement at the middle and lower end of the scale; the superior Not. 2. Nov. ... Nov. 16.. Nov. 23... Nov. Dec. 7 Dee. 1 Dec. 21. Jan. t... Jan. U Jan. is ... Jan. 25. The last week I y .1, 10.7.11 M.700 i 7.ti 10,300 i hi' is IV. . 10', IS". MM IH.Vi 13S 1KM 11I.U0 I9.08 111.82 I H.IK 30.02 30.12 1.69 1P.67 report of the position of eotuiu lu the United Slates, to the27Ui, 1b as follow : Receipt for the week. Same time last year Total receipt from Sept. L 172.. Total receipts same time l&at y 133,77s 130.77S 1,U),IK1 l.sH.loi Kxports this week.... ..... 6lts2 Export corresponding week last year.. 7S,M7 Total export from Sept. 1. 1S72 1.I1W.1W) Total exports same time last year vs.7'.i:i Slock at all U. S. port thl year SMU.'vt": stock at all V. s. port last year ri.STS Stock at all Interior lewns this year tfl.SC stock at all Interior town last year Hi stock at I Jverooo! this Tear . MMtl Block at Liverpool last year 4Hl,Ui American cotton alloal ror ureal nni aln this year MUM American cotton afloat for Ureal Brit- aln last year aim The recolnta at tlie seaports weekly for lbs present and the three preceding seasons, to dale, compare as iouows: IB. a. 11. lo,J7 ,56 ai.e22 U.150 Sept. 7 Sepi. I. Sept. 21 . Slept. 2S Oet. i .. Oe. U OeVU Oct Hot. 4.. Nor S .Nov. is; Not, 3 Not Dee 7 Dec. U Dec. 21 Dec. 2K Jan. t - Jan. 11 Jan. 1 Jai.. 2T. . 4S.tCN W.BU . 71, 1 Us UO.UHS .( ii Sa 131 .21 .. 1 W.-Wti ... ll'J.iMt .. 1.1.M . . I ; t.T7i .. .122,tM7 llH,2St ... !"M S3. 45 .itf e (U.S3S K7,ll wr.iuu 100.S24 HH.t2 rji.vji 10S.li.jS 1J-..WI l.TU.IHfti 1870. 11,104 17.9N0 MS,V7 &i.72 bs.Ws 7. .714 UAB 10ti. 1 EL 65 122,11 uajM 1'.S74 1 'J.JJt 1V,.71S 13010 1S6. 11." 28,aiti 18,341 .1l.fi 59,:t) (UG6 77.3S.S 76118 mjm 9S,(H5 tctts MH,77 08.4HU 111. HIM HS.Siif 109,577 ss,74:t S5.4".' iu:2k' The followlna la the weekly report of the r. -...ev , t rpooi tor th. past Jan. 24. Dec. 17. Jan. lo Sales for the week 64,000 4900 100,000 Kxiort 4.J 2,(' 3.000 .-ptsrulallon.. ',000 ao.OOu H,uOO T.tal ttock 445.wl V,.i 44oMi American tfS'JOO , Tota! stock afloat r..n 2s,n.i 347, American afloat 21.000 231Ui lt.,i' Actnal export S.'"' S,"0 W Receipts tor the week. 17,mf 120,fi American S.'t.'J0 St,iMi 71, KW The Financial C hrvnicle givei-the following a tlie stock of cotton In sight on January 17th. and on lue curresponding date last season, as follows: 1K72. Stock In Uverpoo! 4V..frt) St-.k In London 2ISIU0 Stock In Havre 22i,uno Slock In Marseilles 12..10U Stock In Bremen Ui.Ooo Stock in Amsterdam 7o.otW stock at Antwerp :k,ij0 Stock at Barcelona 2," stock at Trieste l"0 Afloat for tir. at Bri;lu "A n) 2Tl.0)' Afloat for Havre (American and Braxil I 26,000 Afloat for Bremen lAmeric'n) SajMO Afloat for Amsterdam (Am'nl 7,5tin Total Indian cot ion afloat for Kurope si 00 Stock in t'nite 1 States port. . V.sls Stock iu inland towns. 67,386 Exoot i from IT. t-. this week.. B7,S5I Total 46jMMB 2.1!f,O40 Thest flaur- inll ;;tr mii i ,n rnn' In cotton insight t.s-nltht of .M52 bales compared with the aurue date of 1872. 1871. :.:'.. 179,(.' ISOvTOj i'V". 12,501 21,'Oi M.ro. 5,820 lf,0UO 1W 16,000 304,000 511206 663 S7.li6ti FIN AS4I4I.. Money is not plentiful. The banks do not complain but "outsiders" do. The country collections are not successful. : The complaint of the country debtors generally is that low rivers have kept i their cotton from the market, and now j bad roads prevent nauuug to tne river bank. It is feared that some of the cot ton that should have settled accounts qualities had already anticipated the here has found its way down the river, hitrher figure. Toward the close of the delaying the Memphis collections. Ex- market tlie askings were bigber and at 1 chance was not abundant, rate.-remain iii' 1 i v.t v a ... m auu mMAiA uuy an , feeling with an upward tendency. Hales amounted to 2T00 bales. Strict middling wild as high as 21 r and good middling at 21 jc. The following are the rates at which cotton sold: nruinary. :nct Ordinary Low Middilug M tolling Strict Miidllnt;.. i.ooJ Middling J6 4- lTJiAls- .1JC41S- Wten- J0,21- 1 211i The followine are the reoelpta, export and lcks In Memphis: 1873. 1872. Heeelpt 3.7W 2,143 shipment . 2212 1,870 bcock .tl2j05 32,710 Total recti pis ! date 141441 660 JJS Total anlpmenlstodate 2Uv132 22s. .184 TMPOETS. Hemp! and fharleston rallrod... Miasisslopl and Tennessee railroad Memphis an I Ohio r.illroit . Memphisan ; L. 1 lie Rock railroad. .. .. 21S ... 354 .... 311 ....2241 200 LsUmeuxl er wagon and other source KX PORTS. Memphis and Charleston railroad 150 Mississippi and Tenu-ssee railroad . 232 Memphland Ohio railroad 1016 Steamers north ,, 610 Steamers "tii , The cotton market, as is shown by the above daily report, has been growing stronger as the week has advanced. In New ork the price of middling ad vanced from JOic on Monday to 20jc on Saturday. Liverpool has the same fig ures at the beginning and end of the wtsak; on Vednesday an advance in re ceipts sent the quotation down to 9J(a) 'td, but the market recovered the next lay and again stood at '.f;-d. New Or leans advanced from 19J to 19c. Prices are entirely under the influence of the receipts, aud strengthen or become weaker as they chaoge their proportion as compared with the figures of the pre vious year. Liverpool is evidently sus jii' iour as to the trustworthiness of the ourrent estimate of the total crop of the -uso:i, having a strong disosition to think it below the real amount. There is an expectation among some of the speculatively disposed that the propor tion of f-otton that will be received with in the next five or six weeks, will be larger than at the corresponding period last year. It will be observed that we are speaking of the comparative propor tion, not the absolute number of bales received. This opinion is founded prin cipally on the fact that low water at the Ifeginniug of winter has kept the White river and many oiuerstreams from send ing their usual quantity to the market up lo this time, aud that an unusually large proportion has therefore yet to come out of the streams with the high water, which increase will have a de pressing effect on rates. What weight there may be in this view will soon Ik tested, and a few figures will put the readers of the Avalanche in a position to judge the matter for themselves as they look over the daily telegraphic re ports. Each year the tigures of the weekly receipts at the seaports gradually rise from the opening of the season un til a maximum is reached, then there is a falling off until the small streams open, then a second advance occurs and another maximum figure is reached, af ter which there is a gradual decline un til the end of the season. Taking the last four years we find that the highest figures of receipts in any one week be fore the rise of the rivers occurred as fol lows: 1871, December 22, 130,013 bales; 1ST0, Decemlter 15,156,710 bales; 186, Decem-is-r 22, ll.;,81!f bales; 1868, December 1. K!i,23 bales. The iowest figures after the above, and iwfore the rise of the rivets, occurred as follows: 1871, January 12, fW,13tt bales- ls70, December 29, 124,450 bale; 1809, Janua ry 12, ns.743 Dales; 1868, January' 1-, 72,- 25; bales. The highest figures after the rise of the ri-e of the rivers occurred as follows: 1871, January 2H, 123.000 bales; 170, February 12, 11,C9S bales; 180tf, Febru ary 5. tmJOt hales; 108, January 2C, UM bales. On comparing these dates with the cur rent weekly receipts at seaports given below, we fail to rWl in the dates the approach to reguWmty in the increase aud decrease of weekly receipts, that is to be ni-n in the four previous years. From the opening of the present season up to this week, we discover the highest receipt tm any one week was on Decem cember 7th, 140,771; on the fourth of January the fltrure bad fallen to 104,211 : January 18lh it rose to 134,571 ; but last week lell back again, 133,778 bales. The prices of middling cotton iu Mem phis during the week have bee as fol lows: !('' 194c, three days lttielHIc, two days 93V2iH'. The average price during the week for middling was 19.67c against 19.69c last week. Reeeipts during tlie week aggregated 13,402 bales against 16,495 I alee the pre vious week, and 17,810 hales the corres- jfonding week last year, t otal receipts since September 1st are 237,401 bales, against 255, 2nl lales at tlie same time last season, a decrease of 17,800 bale. Shipment- during the week amounted to 11,548 bale, against 14,150 bales the previous week, aud 11,966 bales the cor responding week last season. Total shipments sine. September 1st, 206,1 in bales, against 225,772 I tales at the same date last season, a decrease of 19,672 bales. The following tabulated statement, compiled from our files, shows the re eeipts, sales, shipments and price of cotton per week in Memphis, beginning with the first week in September: For the week Balp- endtnx Kecle. mmt. Hales. Price. as ttefore quoted, New York and eastern cities , discount or, where three days' grace accompany sight bills, ; New Orleans On all points selling at par. Brokers paid 113 for gold. City bonds are appreciating; $10,000 with the 3 past due coupons sold at 66, and $4000 ditto at $55. There was a rumor that 2122 could be got for Arkansas, but as none appeared to be offering there was no oj portuulty of ascertaining their absolute market value. Memphis currency bonds, with past due coupon-, sixes, 55J; Memphis gold bonds, sixes, 60; Memphis past-due-coupons, 70; Memphis and Charles ton railroad stock, nominal; ditto 1st mortgage bonds 88; ditto 2d mortgage, 78; Memphis ar 1 Ohio railroad stock,19; ditto 1st mortgage bonds, 96; ditto 2d mortgage, 80; Mississippi ami Tennes see railroad stock, 17; ditto 1st mortgage bonds, 86: ditto 2d mort gage bonds, 72; Mississippi Central railroad stock, 15; ditto 1st mortgage bonds, 87; ditto 2d mortgage bonds, 82; Mississippi warrants, 70C-82; Mississippi levee bonds. 42; Arkansas levee bonds. 20; Shelby county warrants, ss ': ditto coupons, 83(a85:- Bank of Ten-: nconco money, old, 97 i; new, 33(2 Tennessee Comptroller's warrant, 9 ui:kii, As we write the streets and roofs are covered with snow, anil there is a possi bility of the river being again closed. As a number of boats from Mississippi and Ohio orts are on their way dowu, however, it is supposed that we may re ceive enough to supply all wnuts, ami prices aie not much affected ly the threatening weather. But prices are generally unsettled. Some articles of produce are iu pleuty, some the market is liare of; where the demand is gKd for what is scarce, rates are strong, and vice versa. Feed. There were no arrivals at the river but stocks of all kinds, except hay, being more plentiful, rates of Saturday are general to-day. Corn was not offering In large amounts, dray-load lots could be bad trom second hands on the land ing at 62c. Oats were nominally 46fS 48c H:y is in much lietter supply than a week ago, hut is still scarce at 23 for Arkansas prairie, 1530 for Western mixed, $35 for prime, aud choice timothy wuld command nut mere is none onenng. Bra is in moderate inquiry at $24.o2'i. Floor and Meal. Flour Is held very strong at our quota tions, which we continue unchanged. Bm-kwheat flour is iu better supply at former rates. Cornuieal is in fair de mand, but rates are not very firm ; small lots sold thb morning at $3 20 on the landing, butW 15 was the rate for regu lar sales. rroduce. Butter is in very large supply, aud strictly choice can ! had at froru 26c to 28c, aud "gilt edge" at 30c. Kggs are scarce, but not more than 40c can be got for them, for the demand falls rapidly : prices advance. The sbick of apples is not large, but the demand is slight, and prices do not improve. Potatoes are very" firm at previous rates. The mar ket Is thoroughly I . a re of onious; there is no special demand for them, however. Cabbage is steady at former rates. Dried iieachcs remain weak ; apples are better, and good halvt bring 6c. Kraut is scare and higher; there is an enquiry for half barrels, and none in market. Pro. ialona. Bulk pork has been stiffening for some days, the quotations giveu by dealers show irregularity, but rates are better. Mess pork is also higher, none to be bad under $14 60 but the demand is slender. Lard is very firm at our quotations, l'igs feet are a drug aud rates are weak and low. Spareribs sell from 6 to 8c. Poollry and Same. Live chickens are in demand and the supply to-day was Isstter than for two weeks past, they commanded from $4 50 to $5 50 per dozen ; dressed, $4 50 to $5 60 per dozen. Some wild duck.-, mallards, were offering at 3. Fine d reused tur keys sold at lHf.iyic per pound. Very little game, small tr large, has lieen of fering this week, and all our quotations in thai, line are nominal. Kept. K, pt. Oct. 5... Oct, 12.. f fct. IV .2127 12476 2.WP .r2 Vil 67o 21 SU2 KA ltfC lW 62M) 17 t.USS S.1KI 17V uw 0h itv 12 w U1-. nafnrinrtsl An it lea. The season is between the winter and the spring trade, and there is no activity in any branch. Dry goods are quiet, steady and unchanged. Boots aud shoes are dull at former rates. The old stock of manufactured tobacco is almost ex hausted ; price remain as tssfore through out with a fair business doing. We quote coal oil and lard oil lower. Glass is un changed, but au advance has taken I place in Pittsburg, aud therefore higher 1 rates may be looked for. The tM. Inl Market. We copy the following from the St. I Louis V.lobe of Saturdav: "The market throughout was cheerful, aud operations ! characterized by considerable activ ity. Flour was buoyant, and a good iuquiry followed the market at full prices. Outside of regular transac tions there was a speculative ten dency to pick up crades from good su- icrs to the very vertre of fancv. Slocks are light aud d eiders pretty independ ent. Corn continues firm, and, iu fact, a little higher on this side: white mixed and white still scans?. Oata are held stiff buyers think a shade too stiff, and I it,,,l n4V rrYwnuUfthtiie ui. sn tirt ui tli- Frice ' standing, at full prices. Hay continues 21.40 ' in fair receipt, although transaction were small. This is an article subject to a gissl many contingencies, and, con- ls-t ' seiueutiy. stibfect to greater variation in is i reports. It 'sstmng, howerer in nil lis 1V77 features. Lard was iu iwetty ao 2U.30 182 tive movement, and probably a shade firmer in price. We were informed 7Jc soot was offered, without any particular anxiety on part of sellers to get rid of stock. Frovisious were geuerauy in brisk demand, and transactions iu dry salt meats heavy for immediate and fu tures. The peculiarities of surrounding markets have given a new strength of our own.' Frelarhta. The following are the rates of freight from St. Louis uy rail and river: Flour, per bbl. 60c; pork, ber bbl, 90c; whisky, per bbl, $1 60; corn and oats, per 100 lbs, 35c; hay. per 100 lbs, 40c; bacon and lard, per 100 lbs, 35c. Quotation tor feed are Jor round lot on the landing unless otherwise ex pressed. Apples Fair, $34 60; fancy, $6. Bran Sale of 60 and 100 sks at land ing at $24. BrcKWHKAT FLOtja Fair -supply at $9 5010. Bka'nb Navy and mixed beans, $3 oo 3 25. Builders' Materials Louisville cement, per barrel, $2 50; plaster, Michigan, $4; New York, $4 50; Koseu dale, $3 60ov3 75; hair, 56c per pound ; fire-brick, $7 per 100: Alabama lime, by the car-load, $1 50; Cape lime, on land ing $1 40. Baling Stuffs Bagging, 2 and 2J pounds, lSJtSHJc; Iron ties, S8Jc; bal ing twine, 14(a:i5c. Bekf.Etc. Forequarters,5 6c; hind quarters, 810c. Sheep, none in mar ket. Hogs, 7.7Jc Beeswax 28(iS0e per pound. Butter Choice roll, 25(26o; supe rior qualities, 27ff-28c ; selected 30c. Boots and Shoes Brogan shoes, ji MAI 65 per pair; kip brogan boots, $3(53 50; calf booU, $4(a 6; women's L and B bal's and polkas, $1 2-V 1 50; L and B calf, $1 76e?2; sewed calf, $2fc 2 50; serge, $1 752 50. Bacon New hams, sugar-cured, 13 ;-!'. breakfast bacon, 10c. Corn No receipts; small lots in sec ond hands at 62c. Cabbaob Crates, $S; loose, Jf(! 10 per 100 head. Chickens Alive, $4 505; dressed, $4 505 50. Cranberries - Cultivated, fiutoii::. Candles Light and full weights per pound, MQattiii Cornmeal Sales of 60 and 150 bbls at $3 15, and 105 bbls, in lots, at $3 20. t'Ast:n Goons, etc- lnces per uoz. are as follows: Peaches, $22 60: toma toes $2 liV ' 2 2o; strawberries $2 fofaja; rasplterries, $2 50; blackberries, $2 60; pineapples, $2 75(A3; green gages. :2 5; egg plums, $2 753; cherries, $2 50; extra oyster bay asparagus, $5 50; lemon sugar, $3 253 75;. cove oysters, 1 -pound, $1 251 35; 2-pound, $2 2or'2 40; condensed milk, per case, $11 oo12 00; Swiss imported ditto, Mi 50; brandy cherries, $3 75(5)4; bran dy peaches, $3 50; sardines, $22 50 23 for quarters; halves, $38(?239. CoKitAOK Manilla rope, 20fg21c; Sisal, 1819c; jute. 14c; cotton, 30($35c. Cottonseed The mills pay $9 on the landing. Cheese Factory, 1616Jc; English dairy, 184 19c. Coffee We quote at 2125c for Rio, 28(i29c for Java. Dried Fruit Apples, 66c; peaches, 3j(avtlc; sale of 8 trcs apples at 6c. Ducks Market bare, $4f5-4 50; wild mallards offered at $3. Drugs Quinine, $2 60 per ounce; morphine, $5 50 per ounce; camphor, 50c per pound; chloroform, $1 35 per pound; castor oil, 17c per pound; opium, $8 50 per pound; borax, 40c per pound; blue mass, in jars, 80c per pound; calomel, $1 40 per pound; indigo, 75Y$1 60 per pound; assafoetida, 65c per pound. Egs Small stock, 40c. Flour Double extra, $6 50 7 treble extra, $7 758 25; family, $8 759 60; fancy, $1010 50. Glass 8x10, $6 50; 10x12, $7 00; 10x 14, $7 50; 10x18, $8; 10x20, $8 50. A dis count of 30 per cent.; 10 boxes and over, 30 per cent. Pittaburg window, 6x8 to 8x6, $5 75; 3035 tier cent, off" to the trade. Gunnies New 19c; second-hand 16c. Groceries Soda, 7Jc for keg and 8c for box. Starch, 55Jc per lb. German soap, 6,7Jc. Rice, 88ic. as in qual ity. Brown sugars in hhds. 9fUc; yellow clarified, 11i12e; white clari fied, 12i12c; powdered aud crushed, 13414c. Geese Few in market at $78. Hay Quoted $23 for Arkansasrrai rle, mixed $30, prime S35, choice 37; sale of 250 bales Arkansas prairie at $23. Habdwark Nails, $5 86.6; iron bar, 6c: cast steel, 22 Je; castings, coun try hollow ware, 5i6c; axes, SI 2 00 16 50. Hominy $4 254 50 per bbl. Kraut Steady at $9 50(5,10 per bbl according to size. Sale of 75 barrels from flatbrmt at $7 87. Lard Iu tierces, 8r8jc; kegs, 9J 9Jc; palls. 10c. Sale of 54 kegs, country', at S$c. Lemons and Oranges Oranges $S; Valentia, large boxes, $12; lemons $7 60 for Malaga, for Messina $8. Liquors. Rectified whisky, per gal lon, 75e$l ; Bourbon and rye, $1 25 to 4 50; Robertson county, $1 253; Amer ican gin and brandies, $1 10.l 50; cla ret wine, per case, $3 754 30; extra brands, $610: port and sherry, per gallon, $1 254. Molasses Prime to choi?e planta tion, 6i70c; common to prime sugar bouse syrup, 4055c; fancy, 7080c. Nuts Cocoanuta $7 00 per 100; chest nuts, $4 00 per bushel; peanuts, red 4,c, white tfiiir per lb. Pecans, 10c per lb.; fine Louisiana, 22224c. Oats Nominally 464Sc. Onions None in market. Oii. Coal oil, 2829c per gallon; lard oil, WK" 90c; West Virginia, lubricating, 5060c. Potatoes Peachblows in store $3 60, seed potatoes $4 60 4 75. Paints Linseed oil, 96f598c; boiled, $1 lift 1 05; turpentine, 73(i.75c; Japan dryer, $1 50; putty, bulk 4Jc, bladders 5Jc; varnish, coach $35 20, copal No. 1 2 .50: fire-nroof naint. drv $3 50 per 100; whiting, gilders' best. $5 per 100; Vene tian red, dry, Cookson's, per 100, $6; yello (s'hre, dry, per 100, $4. fowi.EK nine, J7 iter Keg; snot, 2 80uc3. Pig's Feet Kegs, $2; firkins, $4; bhls, $10 50. Pork Green bulk clearsides, 7Jc; clear rib, 7c; shoulders, 5c; hams, 9J lOc the above ror pacKeu, loose, itoijc lowei; mess, $14 60; spareribs, 6,c; for bulk pork some holders ask jic higher tliau the quotations above. Sale of 10 casks hams on landing at 9Je. Habuits, etc. Rabbits, $1 50&2 ou per dozen; squirrels. $1 50; quails, $1 50; deer, 6.i76e ; prairie chickens,$4 36, Game fish, loc. Salt Per bbl, $2 50; 7-bushel bbl, $3; Livenool sack salt, $2 60, exclusive of delivery. The supply is small. Tcbkeys Alive $1618; dressed, 18 20c. Tobacco Extra fine, pound (Our Temple) $1; fine, 8090c; good 65 75c; medium, 5565c: common, 50 55c. Quarters Good bright, 55 60c; common bright, 50(o-55c. Navy Good briglit, 3s and 4s, 68 to 63c; common bright, as and 4s, 50 to 55e. Black Navy Good 3s, 4s and 6s, 60 to 65e; navy, common 3s, 4s and 6s, 46 to 50c. Smoking Fine and fancy, 75c to$l; good, 50 to 05c; common, 40 to 50c; buf falo bull, 66c. Ti M n er's Stock Ti n plate, IC, 10x1 4, $15; 1C, 14x20, $16; IX, 14x20, $1950; IC, 14x20 roofing, $13 50; block tin, 4.5c; copper bottoms, 48c; boiled sheet-iron, 26, 27, 8JCi 8Jc; charcoal sheet-iron, 26, 27, 1010fc; zinc, 13c. Vegetables Beet, $2 00; carrot, $2 00; parsnips, $2 00; turnips, $2 00. Wood and willow Ware Buckets, cedar, brass-bound, 2 and 3 hoops, $9 50 Oil. Tubs, painted, nests of 8, $44 50; No. 2, $10 50; No. 1, $12. Bowls, $35; Trays, $67- 7. Chums, pine. 16 to 22 in ches, $7 5010; cedar, iron-bound, $15(5; 18; cedar, braas-bound, $1822.. Well buckets, hoop-ear,$5: wrought-ear, $6 50; large swivel, $7. Washboards, wood, $2 25; zinc, $2 25 2 60. Ax-handlee, $1 5o2. Measures, neat of 5, $1 25; half-bushels, per doz, $5 00; Iron-bound, $6 cO; peck, $4. Clothes-pins, per box ot i gross, f?i 6b. rspintung-wneeis, peruoz, $32. Brooms, ring neck, per doz. $2; Suaker, $3; steamboat, $4; hickory splint. $4; hearth, $2; whisk, $1 754. MONETARY AND FINANCIAL. NEW YORK, January 27. Money opened easy at 6 7 per cent., loaned up to 7 and even 7 1-16 per cent., closing at 57 per cent. Sterling heavy at 9i per cent Cold sold at 114114i, and closed at 114). Loans were' 2(a 7 -per cent, for carrying. Clearings, $61,700. Treasury disbursements, $101,800. Gov ernments were lees active but firm. U. S. coupons, 1881. HSj; U. S. 5-20a, 1862, 115J; TJ. 6-20s,l4,1151; U. 8. 5-20s 1865, 11: U. 8. 5-0, new, 115t; U. 8. 5-20, 17 116; U. 8.5-20S, 1868, 116j; U. s. lO-iOs, 1151; currency, 6s, 1151; new 5s, ll'ij. State Bands unchanged. Missouri, 93; Tennessee, old, 80$; Tennessee, new, 80J Virginia, new, 60; Virginia, old, 49j; North Carolina, old, 33; North Carolina, new, 17. Stocks were without Important change, Union Pacific being most active, viz. : 37, 35J, 36J, 36J, 35i and 35. Missouri Pacific declined from 50j to 60. Pacific Mail ranged at 73, 72J, 73, 721, 72, ; Erie 64i, 65, 64j New York Central 104, 105 ; Lake Snore 95, 95 ; Ohio and Mississippi 48, 49, 48); Rock Island 113J, 113S, 113; Western Union S3), 83 ; Columbus, Cincinnati and In dianapolis Central 38J, 39, the only stock that claimed an advance at the close, aud this was on the strength of the report that arrangements had been made for a heavy coal business. Union Pacific 36, 3G1; Harlem 1191, ;20, 120J; St. Joe 49J, 49; Hartford and Erie 8j, 8. The market late in tlie day was irregu lar, some weak aud others steady. Can ton, 100; W. U. Telegraph Company, 84; Quicksilver, 43; Adams Express Company, 99; Wells A Fargo's Express Comany, 84; American Merchants' Union Express Company, 69; United States Express Company, 77; Pacific Mail. 72J ; New York Central, 1063; Erie, 64 J ; Erie, preferred, 80; Harlem, 120; Harlem, preferred, 124; Michigan Central, 108 ; Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne and Chicago 90; Northwestern, 82; North western, preferred, 90: Rock Island, 112i: New Jersev Central, 104 ; St. Paul, 63; St. Paul, preferred, 78$; Wabash, 73; Wabash, preferred, 85; fort Wayne, 92 j; Terre Haute, 10; Terre Haute, preferred, Chicago and Alton, 113; Chicago anil Alton, pre ferred. 117: Ohio anil Mississippi, 485; Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati, 90; Burlington and Quiucy, 117; Lake Shore, ; Indiana Central, ; Illinois Central. ; Union Pacific,;36; Central Pacific bonds, 100$ ; Union Paeiflc bonds, S5J; Delaware ami Lackawana, 99; Hartford and Erie, NEW ORLEANS.January 27 Sight exchange, c discount; sterling ex change, 24c. LONDON, January 27, 2 p.m. Con sols, money, 92(5 92; United States coupons 5-20s of 1865, 92j; 5-20s of 1867, 93; 10-40s, 92; new fives, 91; Erie, 50. PARIS, January 27. Rentes, 64f 47c. COTTON MARKETS OF THE WORLD. NEW YORK, January 27, 10:10 a.m. Cotton firm; ordinary, l"tc; good, 19c; low middling, 19jc; middling, 21c; Alabama, 21 c; Orleans, 21 c; Texas, 21c; futures firm; sales for the day, 600 hales; January and February, 20 1 16c; March, 202c; April, 20 ll-16c, nomi nal; May, 21c bid; June, 2Uc, nominal; July. 22c, nominal. 3:15 p.m. Cotton firm; ordinary, 17Jc; good ordinary, 19c; low middling, 19c; middling, 21c; Alabama, 21 c; Orleans, 21 c; Texas, 21 jc. Futures easy; July, 22c asked. JJCotton report for three days at all United States ports Receipts, 36,178 bales; exports to Great Britain, 21,203 bales; to the continent, 15,143 bales; stock, 535,805 bales. NEW ORLEANS, January 27, 11:30 a.m. Cotton in good demand; mid dling, 1 : sales, 700 bales. 2 p. m. Cotton active; middling, 19Jc; sales to-day 1500 bales; last even ing, 7100 bales; receipts, 4SS5 bales. LIVERPOOL, January' 25, 11 a.m. Cotton steadv; uplands, 9ft Orleans, If "id: dales, 10,000 liales. lp.m. Cotton steady; uplands, 9jd; Orleans, 10d;'sales, 12,000 bales; for ex port and speculation, 2000 bales. 5:00 p.m. Cotton steady; uplands, 9j5 lOd ; Orleans, 1010d; shipment from Bombay, 12,000 bales. 8T. LOUIS, January 25. Cotton Is higher, 18c. LOUISVILLE, January 27. Cotton firm; low middling, 18)c. NASHVILLE, January 27. Cotton firm; low middling, 18c. CINCINNATI, January 27. Cotton firm; middling, 20c. DRY GOODS MARKET. NEW YORK, January 26 The heavy snow storm made business quiet with jobbers, but agents representing prints, dress goods and woolens were well employed. Cotton goods were strong at unchanged quotations; job bers have partially followed agents' ad vance of 2ic a yard on wide bleached sheeting and Pacific mills, showing splendid lines. Fabrics, lawns anil woolen goods are quiet and steady in prices. Prints are in fair jobbing de mand for filling orders. Foreign goods are dull. PRODUCE MARKETS. ions actl ve. Bulk meats shouldere, 5c ; clear ribs, 7c; clear sides, 7c. Coun try bacon,hog round loose, from wagons, 7c. Hogs scarce and firm at $4o,4 20. LOTTERY. GRANDEST SCHEME OF THE AGE, CASH GIFTS. $100,000 FOB ONLY $10. Under authority of special legislative act of March IS, 171, the trustees now annottuce the THIRD OstANI) (ilKT CuNCKRT, for the benefit of the PUBLll' LIBRARY OF KEN Tl't'KY, to come off lu i.lbran JHall, al Lou lsvlUe, Ky., on Tuesday, April 8th, 1873. At thM 'Joneert the best musical talent that can be procured from ail parts of the country will adit pleaiurv to the entertainment, and TEN IHol'SAMifASH CilFiS, ugiireiiaiiiig a vast tout of HALF A MILLION DOLLA Rs currency will be dlstribiiusl by lot to the uck-et-hoMers, as follows: LIST OF f.ll'I'S. One Grand Cash Oilt SlOtiiflO Oneeraad Casta Girt Sfiau One Urani! Cash f Jilt 25,000 One Grand Cash Gift . 20,000 One Grand Casta Girt 10,on0 One Grand Cash Gift 5,1100 21 Cath Gifts of JI.OOli eacb,. ... 24,000 50 Casta Girta of 5ui " i",wm Ml Casta Gifts of 40u " 32,) 10ft CasH Glfls of SOU " ."lo,l 110 Cash Gift of 200 " an 51 l aali Girts of Km 5,wiu 9,000 Caali Gifts of 10 " 80,ki0 Total 10,000 Gifts, all fash ..$5nn,iMl To provide means for this m.igulntft'nt Con cert, one hundred ttaoUBaud tickets only will be issued, a large tortlon of which are already sold. Pkice of Tif'KETs Whole tickets, "-lit; Halves, $5, and Quarters, 52 50. Eleven whole tickets for II 0ft. So discount on less than Sloo orders. Not hing could be more appropriate for pres ents than tickets to this r. . :i ( ... ' of Wealth, or more likely u produce grander satisfactory results. The object of this Third Gift Conceit la the enlargement and endowment of the Public Libray of Kentucky, which, by the special act auttaorizlng the concert for Its benefit. Ls to b forever free to all citizens of every Stat. This Concert will be conducted like the first aud pecond heretofore given, and full particulars of the mode of drawing the gifts and paying them, aud everything necessary to u thorough understanding of the sctaeme from beginniug to end, and are now published in the iortn oi a circular, which will be furnished, free of cost, to any who apply. The entire manage ment of tbU undertaking has been commltttsj by the trustees to Hon. Thos. E. Bra.mlette, late Governor of Kentucky, to whom all com munications pertaining lo the Gilt Concert should be addressed. It. T. Dl'RRETT, Pres't. W. N. HALDEMAN, Vice-Pres't. JOHN H. CAIN, Sec'v Public l ibrary of Kv. FARMERS AND UkOVERS BANK, Treas'r. Tickets are uow ready for ali-, and all ord ers for them or applications for agencies, cir culars, information, etc., will meet with ftrompt attention when addressed to me a-s ue ow directed. THOS. E. BRAMLKTTE, Louisville, Ky.. Janl Agent Public Library Ky. PETITIONS. Petition for Charter. No. 77 in the First Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. "lirHEREAS, Henry M. Ferguson, G. B TT Hicks, W. W. McDowell, E. Marshall, B. F. Ball, R. J. Persons and George Gantt, ot Shelby county, Tennessee; James W. Madde n A. C. Carter aud J. F. Robertson, of Davidson county, Tennessee, have filed a petition In said Court, praying to be Incorporated under the name ol " Thk Bon Atu'A Kpkings Asso ciation;" that they be endowed with all the powers and privileges of a body corporate, to buy and hold real estate, to improve same, and to do ail things necessary to opeu, develop and make the Bon Aqua springs, which are situated iu Hickman county, Tennessee, eight miles from the frashville and Northwestern Railroad, a desirable watering place cheap and easy of access for all persons seeking health, recreation and pleasure, and with power to establish at said Spiiugs au institu tion of learning, and to do and perform all acts necessary to the good morals, orderly government and general welfare of said Springs: that the capital stock be not less than (30,000 nor more than 9200,000, and that the corporation be completely organized and empowered to act as soon as the said mini, mum amount of stock be subscribed, and that ttae charter be granted for SO years : It is therefore ordered. That all persons de siring so todotnake their appearance herein, at the courthorse In the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday iu February, 1873, and show cause, If any they have, why said charter should not be granted, or the same will be proceeded with . parte: and that a copy of this order be published for thirty days in ttae Memphis Appeal. This 24th day of December, 1S72. A copy attest: EDMUND A, COLE. Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black, Deputy C. and M. Ganlt A McDowell, Sois. for petitioners, wd ST. LOT' IS, January 27 Flour is firm, hut shipping facilities restricted and business small; superfine winter, $o -"'.: extra,$6n6 50; double extra, ?G 7-V" 7 50. Wheat is very firm and higher, but slow; soft No, 2, $1 45; fall stiff, but only sample lots sold. Corn opened firm, hut closed dull and lower; No. 2 mixed, 82)33c, at east track; 34c at St. Louis elevator, closing at 40(t 41c. Oats are quiet; No. 2 at 31c at east track and 31c at St. Louis elevator. Barley is quiet; choice Iowa, to arrive, $103. Rye firm; No. 2 at 75c. Whisky is easier at 89(u yOc. Pork is nominal; no sales. Dry "salt meats are firm, but less active ; shoulders, 4c at Kansas City and 4c here. Bacon is steady; shoul ders, 5fe5c. Lard is quiet ; small sales of prime Bteum at 7c. Hogs are firm at S3 HOt'i 4 10. Cattle c tmmon to choice cows and heifers, l4c; common to choice Texan, l(2,4Jc; fair to choice na tive, 4(S;6c. NEW ORLEANS, January 27.-FIour in good demand but stock small; extra, $7 25; double extra, $7 50: treble extra, ?7 25f? 9 25; family, $9 iSO(n.io 75. Com is qufet at 65c. OaU are' dull at 50c. Brau ,is firmer at $1 25. Hay ls scarce autl firmer; choice, 4oC" 4b. Jrork is iu fair demand; new, $1414 25; old, $13 25. Dry salt meats are quiet at 41, 7 aud 7c. Bacon shoulders scarce at 5c; no clear rib; clear dull at 8(5c. Hams, sugar-cured, dull at 1415c. Lard is quiet; tierce, 8(,8c; keg, 9c. Sugar in fair demand but supply light; inferior, oic; common, 6o:7c; fair to fully fair, 79c; prime, 9(n 9c. Molasses in light supply aud demand good; common, 50c; centrifugal, 3236c; fair to choice, SOQTfa. Whisky scarce; Louisiana, 92c. Coffee firm at !"- 20c. CHICAGO, January 27. Flour is scarce and firm ; spring extra, $6 50(5,7. Wheat is quiet ami weak; No. 2 spring, $1 24(71 24. Corn is dull and prices drooping; No. S mixed, 30c. Oate are steady ; No. 2, 25c. Rye is steady ; No. 2, t!Sv88?c. Barley is scarce and firm ; fall No. 2, 79f!f.80e. Provisions are very quiet. Pork is steady at $12. Lard is $7 40. Green hams firm at 7iv.slc for IS to 18-pound averages. Bulk meats are firm; shoulders at 3i4c, loose; 4c racked; short rib middles, !c packed: short rib clear sides, 7c. Dressed hogs are firm; heavy weights at ?4 istfa 4 0; light weights, $4 80f4 85. Whisky is at 88jc. NEW YORK, January 27. Flour Ls dull but firm; superfine Western and State, $6 35(i7; common to good, $7 30(?7 90. Whisky is dull and lower at 95c. Grain Wheat dull and heavy; No. 2 Iowa spring, SI t5. Corn is quiet; old Western mixed, afloat, 6S'(,i 87c. Rye is quiet. Barley is iu fair demand; Canada West, 98c. Oats are firmer: new Western, 52(" 64c. Rice is firm at S (5-8c. Provisions Pork firmer; mess, $14 50. Beef is steady; mess, $911 75. Cut meats are quiet; shoulders. 5c; middles, firmer; short elear, Sc; long long clear, 7c; short ribs, 71c. Lard is steadier; No. 1 to prim steam, 8 ."-!. 8c. Butter is steady ; Western, 15(n lGc. Cheese io firm at 13(n16c. LOUISVILLE,January 27. Bagging dull at l"i(nl4c. Hour :s active; extra family, $7 .50. Wheat is firm at SI 80. Corn is firm at 42c. Oats, 30c. Rye, 80c all on arrival. Provisions are fairly active for round lots; mess pork, $13. Bacon, 5c, 7JA7IC, 7jS)8c packed. Hams dry salt, 121(.f l2Ac; sugar-cured, 12c all packed. Bulk meats shoul ders, 41c; clear rib sides, tile; clear sitles. tic, loose; (.t,2c higher for packed Lard tierces, 88c; keg, 99c small order lots, c advance on above. Whisky is firm at S8( 89c. CINCINNATI, ""January 27. Flour is 1 1 lift at $8 25 s 50. Wheat is quiet and weak at SI 70(51 75. Corn is in light ' demand, but holders lirm at 40t. 41c. : Rye is quiet at 8ti(a88c. Oats steady at 30fi38c. Groceries firm and unchangexl. ' Linseed oil firm at 87(nV89c. Eggs firm I at ttg 42c. Pork nominally at $12 75("a 13. Lard is firm; steam, 7(57ic. Bulk I meats firm at 4c, (jc and Olc. Bacon 1 steady at 5K 5c, 7jA7fe and 7J8c. ! Green meats are firm ; shoulders, 4(3; 4c; ! hams, 8(5;9c 17 to 14-pound averages. I Hogs are active at S4fff 4 591 principle ! sales at $4 40f- 4 50. bisKy Orm at 88c. NASHVILLE, Jauuary 27. Flour, '; In good demand at ?7 25( 8 50 for extra family. Wheat is in good demand at 1 $1 75fa,l 80. Corn steady at 58c on orders in depot. Oats are in good demand at 50c on orders in depot. No sales of 1 rye or barley. " Commeal, $2 30. Provis- Petition for Divorce. No. 5:b, R. Ii. In the Second Circuit Court of Shelby county. William Harris vs. Klla Harris. Iappeartng from afildavlt in this cause that that the defendant, Klla Harris, ls a resi dent of the Slate of Arkansas, and a non resident of the State of Tennessee: It ls therefore ordered, That sue make her appearance herein, at the courthouse In IIR city of Memphis, Tennessee, on the third Monday in January, 1S73. snd plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed aa to her and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy of this order be. published once a week, for four suc cessive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. Done at office, this 4tb day of December, 1S72 F. D. BOYLE, Clerk. ( Greene P. Koyle. Sol, tor com pin 't . ilf-'t 1 bn SAIL-MAKER. ST. 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In Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, February 15, 1VJ3, within legal hours, the following described property herein attached as belonging to J. S. and A. D. Henkel, situated in Shelby county, lenueaaee, to-wlt: Lou Nos. 9,1(1, 11, 12, R It, ioaad Ui. aa laid down on the plan of A. Warren's addition to South Memphis; each lot being , by m feet. For more particular description whereof see plan on record in the Register's oSSceand the deed recorded therein, in book No. 46, pages K and W. Terms of Sale on a credit of seven (7 months; notes to be taken with approved sureities; lien retained to fnrther secure same and eqnlty of redemption barred. Thla Jan nary It, 18S!. E. A. (XI LK, Cierk and Master. Beecher Belcher, Attorneys. JalS, 22,J!.feS. 12, 15 Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. 192S.O. R. First Chancery Court of Shelby comity. Kenneth Garrelt el al. vs. Kenneth Garrett et aL BT virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale entered In the above cause January 13, 187:!, I will sell, at public auction, to the high est bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master i office, Greenlaw Block, Second street, in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, February S, 1873, within legal hours, tbe following property, situated In Shelby county, Tennessee, ana In the Ninth Civil dis net, near Fiaherviile, and which is lot No. of t be subdivision re cently made and filed herein of the Garret t lands, containing u acre. For particulars, etc., see plat in my office. Terms of Bale On a credit of six months; purchaser to execute notes with approved se curity, bearing interest from date; lien re lainea to sure same. This January is. 1373. EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. H. day Kin, Attorney. Jat7,W:fel.H DISPENSARY. DR. D. 8. JOHNSONS MEDICAL DISPENSARY 206 MAIN STREET, Dp atalrt, between Washington and Adam' ttreeu. la now men t of patients, both Mai who are afflicted with an 7EKEBEAX OB SUPREME COURT SALE. Supreme Court Sale. No. 18. First Chancery Docket. In Supa-uie Court at Jackson. .Silas D. Irvln, Adui'r of John B. Davis, dee'd, vs. William G. Ford. BY virtue of a decree pronounced by the Supreme Court of the state of Tennessee, at Jackson, on tbe 11th June, 1ST., in the above stated cause, 1 will sell, to the highest bidder, in front of tbe First Chancerv Court Room, on Second street, in the city of Mem phis, within legal hours, on Friday, the 7th tlay or February, 17 (, the real estate mentioned and described in said decree as follows; One lot situated in the city of Memphis, Shelby county. State of Tennessee, and known and designated in the plan of surveys of said city as lot No. two hundred and arty-six (25), and which said lot fronts on Coart Square, or street, on the north side of said Square or street thirty-seven (87) feet, ten and one-half (lOJi) inches, more or lea, by seventy four (71) feet, three (3) Inches deep, aud upon which lot is a brick house four(i) stories high, known and called the "Telegraph .Building, " being the aame house and lot named and described in a deed of trust from the said William G. Ford to M. Bridges, trustee, dated the 9th of April, 1SS1, and registered in book No. forty nine (tt), page two hundred and thirty-three (2j), and the same house and lot named and described in the deed of release from said Bridges, trustee, to said Ford, dated March the 17th, 1BK2, and registered in book No. fifty one (51), page one hundred and fifty-eight (15S), the objects of the last deed being to re store the title of said house and lot to said Fonl, the debt in the deed of trust being satis fled). Aud, also, one other piece or parcel of land, known ami designated aa lot No. ten (10), in the subdivision of the estate of A. B. Carr, de ceased, upon the plan of the same as made out by the surveyor, M. A. Kerr, May JH, 1855, and ou file in tbe case of John F. Carr against Nancy J. Carr and others in the Chancery Court of Memphis, final number of the cause sixteen hundred and thirteen (113), and the same lot of land decried by said court In said cause to John F. Saffaracs A Co., and by them conveyed to W. J. Davie, May 31, U59, by deed registered in book No. thirty -eight. (. page five hundred and seventy-three (573), and by said Davie conveyed to said William O. Ford on tbe 6tb of June, 1860, toy deed registered in book No. forty-four (41), page Ave hundred and seventy-four (574). Said lots will be sold separately, and a credit of seven (7) months. The purchasers will be required to execute notes for the purchase money, with approved security, and a lien will be retained , upon t he property nntll the purchase money ls paid. Equity of redemp tion barred. January 7, 1S73. JOHN H. FKEEMAN, Clerk. Wright A McKlssick. 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The doctor can be consulted personally or by letter upon ail diseases not requiring nil attention outside of his office. Office hoars from 8 a.m. to 9 o'clock pjn. aoai D.TjOHfTHON, M.D. TRUST SAXES. Trusteed Sale. UNDER and by virtue of a Deed of Trust to me, executed by T. P. Lewis on the Mtu day of May, 1871, aad recorded in tbe Register's office of Shelby I ounty in Book No. m, page 812, 1 will, oaa Taestniy, February .' itli. 1873, Betwt t-n the hours of Un o'clock tweh e noon, at the south wt corner of Main mid Madison street, In the city of MemphK. Tennessee, sell, al public auction, for cash, to tbe bfght"t bidder, tbe following deiieribed real estate, lyiugand being In tbe county of Shelby, State of Tennessee, and bounded and devcrlheti :i- follows, to-wit: HVj;wining at the half-mile stake on the eastern bonndary line of -section nine, town one 1 . range seven 7), and running Ihenee north along said sec tion line hu yards to a stake: thenee due west lli yards to a stake; thence south 0 yards to a stake on the east and weat dividing lln of said section ; thenee east 1140 yards to th- beginnlng, containing 29 acres, more or Ies, together wi in MMpnMBi ana app nances thereto belonging, iviuityorre tion ls exprKssly waived in said Ieed of and the title la believed to be penect, but 1 convey oniy as irustee. J. N. FORD, Trustee. Memphis. January -id. 1871 Jan2; PROBATE COURT SALE In a word, as a great newspaper, the Ap peal will have no superior in the Southwest. The Dally will be the history of the world for one day and the Weekly will contain every thing that will interest (t h- 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 objects. Every county and town of prominence should have good papers. The Appeal does not propose or desire to supplant or interfeie with the weekly country papers. On the con trary, it will club with them on the most lib eral terms, and co-operate with them 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 erystalized in a nomination, ls the best ex pression of Its effective power. TERMS FOR 1873. Dally, per annum Sunday, per annum Weekly, per annum Weekly, clnba of five or mere 10 OO . a oo a so a oo ADDHE8S, MEMPHIS APPEAL PUBLISHING CO. APPEAL BUILDING, 14 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn MEMPHIS APPEAL DAILY AND WEEKLY Probate Coart Sale of Real Estate in Dyer County, Tenn. No. W, K. D. In the Probate Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. biizaoetu rtagiaud el al. vs. Samnella Raglahd et al. TTNDER aud by virtue of an interlocutory U decree for sale entered in above cause, 1 will sell to tbe highest bidder, at public auc tion, in front of the courthouse door In the town of Dyersburg, Dyer county, Tennessee, On Sat unlay, February 15, 187.1, within legal hours, the following described real estate, to-w it: situate, iyiug and being in Dyer county, Tennefisee, range !f section M, m h Surveyor's district, and bounded and de scribed as follows, to-wit: Lot No. 1 : Beginning at a slake the north east corner of the 1O0U acretf, of which t hi lot is a part, and i tinning thence west 60 chains to a point the northwest corner of said UM) acres: thence south 50 chains to a point; thence east with a part of the north line of lot No. 1, and the full lengths of lotsNos.3 ami I to a point the northeast corner of lot No. -'; thence north 50 chains to the beginning, containing M0 acres. Also, Lot 2: Beginning at the southeast corner of lot No. I, aud runs thence west JH chains aud .HT1, links lo a point : thence south 78 chains to a point in the south boundary line of the luOf) acres, ol which this lot is a part; thence east J chains and 7 1 , links to a forked gum the southeast corner of said UMi acres.it being also the original southeast cor ner of Ephraim Mclean's 2u-acre tract; thence north along its eastern boundary 7s chains to the beginning, containing acres. Alao, Lot No.3: Beginning at the northwest corner of lot No. 2, and runs thence west 'J9 chains and sri-4 links to a point in south boundary line of said HAJO acres; thence east 29 chains and -7 links to tbe southwest cor ner of lot No. 2; thence north w.'h the west line of lot No. 2,7s chains to the beginning, containing ZS acres. And also Lot No. Beginning at the north west corner of lot No. 3, and runs thence west 'M chains to a stake; thence south 78 chains to a stake, It being the southwest corner ot said acres; thence east ill chains to the south west corner of lot No. i; thence north with tbe west boundary line of lot No. 3, 78 chains to the beginning, eontaining 234 acres. Being the 1000 acres of N. Kagland. dee d, as subdivided by O. S.Jordan. Deputy Surveyor of Shelby county; the said 1UH0 acres of N. Rag land being the one-half of a 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, IMS, aud registered In the Register's office of Dyer county, Tennessee, in Book C, pages 2 and S. Terms of Sale One-fourth cash ; balance in one, two and three years, with interest from date of sale; purchasers executing notes with approved securities; a lien will be retained on the property to secure the payment of the same. JAMES HEILLY, Clerk. Vance, Anderson, Meriwether A Scales. Sola, for complainants. j.U j Probate Court Sale of Real Estate. No. 56. R. D. In the Probate Court or Shelby county, Tennessee (ieorge L. Douglass, Ad ministrator of R. N. Bond, deceased, vs. R. T. Bond, et al. UNDER, and by virtue of, an interlocutory decree for sale, entered in the above cause, I will sell, at public auction, in front of the courthouse door of said Court, in the city of Memphis, on Monday, February 10, 1873, within legal hours, the following real estate of the late R. N. Bend, deceased, described aa follows: Lying and being in Shelby county, Tennessee, district No. 1, range 5, section 5; lot No. 1 beginning at a stake In a road in tbe east line of the Harrell tract (of which this lot ls a part); thence north with said line 25 chains and wv links, to a stake: thence west 14 chains and 8 links to a stake: thenee south degree east, 31 chains and 9 links to a white oak marked II"; thence east 84 chains and W links to the beginning, containing Sit acres. Also, Lot No. 2, beginning at tbe soniheast corner of lot No. 1 ; thence south 8 chains anil 98 links to the northeast corner of dower lot No. 3, with sweetgum potn:ers; thence west it chains and 10 links to the northwest corner of dower lot No. 3. with red oak sapling point era: theuce south 2'4 degrees, 8 chains and 14 links to the southwest corner of said dower lot, with sassafras and redoak sapling point ers: thence west 18 chains and W links to a stake, it being one of the corners of dower lot No. 1; thence north 7 chains and 95 links to a stake, the northeast coiner ot dower lot No. 1; thence west 26 chains aud 40 links to tbe northwest corner of said dower lot slake, south, degrees east, links from a white oak marked X : thence north IS chains and 59 links to a stake; thence east 46 chains and 48 links to a stake in the west line of the Harrel tract : thence south, two decrees east. 6 chains and 40 links to the southwest corner of lot No. 1 : tkence east 14 chains and 60 links to the be ginning, containing 81 .3-luG acres. Terms of Sale One-third cash, balance in six and twelve months, purchaser executing notes with two or more approved securities. A lien will be retained on the property to se cure the payment of the deferred payments. JAMES REILLY, Clerk. H. T. Sale and R. C. Sprlngheldolicitors for Complainant. Ja9 Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of the power In me vested by a deed of trust, made and executed May 24, 1871, andTecorded In Register's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, trom J. R. W ray, same of record book No. 81, page 139, and default hav ing been made on the same, I will, ou Monday, February 34, 1873, between the hours of 12 o'clock m. and 1 o'clock p.m.. sell on the premises, for cash, to the highest bidder, the following property, to wlt : A certain tract or parcel of land lying la Shelby eounty, Tennessee, being part of country lot No. oou, lying on the north side of Adams street, in the city of Memphis: Be ginning at a stake ninety-live M feet, two inches weat from the southwest corner of a lot on which the Memphis Female College Is situated; running thence north on parallel line with the west line of the lot on which said college bul lding stands, one hundred and forty-eight (1481 feet, tf inches to a stake: thence west fifty feet to a fence; thenee south one hundred and forty-eight (148) feet, six inches to the north line or Adams street; thence east (50) feet, six inches with north line of Adams street t tbe beginning; it be ing the lot on which the said Wray now re sides. Equity of redemption waived in trust deed. The title to above is deemed perfect, bat 1 sell only c trustee. WILLIAM A. LiL DEN, Trustee. U. W. Miller, Attorney. Jag TRUSTEE'S SALE taiuable Plantation In St. Fran cis County, Arkansas. BY virtue of a deed of trust to me executed by C. R. Rose to secure certain indebted ness therein mentioned, which is reconded in book N, pages 07 and 58, Clerk's office. Saint Francis county, Arkansas, dated the 24th day of May, 1870, 1, as trustee, will sell. On Tuesday. February 25, 1873, between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock, in front of the office or Donoho A Bulkley, W Mailisou street, in tne city or Memphis, Tenn., at public outcry, to the highest bidder, ior CASH, tbe following described real estate, sit uate, Iving and being in the county of St. Francis, State of Arkansas, and more partic ularly described as follows, to-wit: The weat ira tiona! half Oi section eighteen l-i, the west half of east half ot section eighteen (18, the west half of section nineteen tl9), the west half of tbe northwest fractional hair or frac tional seetion thirty (Hi), all in town-hip three (i!) north, range. ne (5i east; the southeast quarter of the wont beast quarter of section twenty-lour (241 ; the northeast tractioual quarter of section iweuty-five (2o); the north half of tlse southeast quarter of section twenty-four (24), and the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter or section twenty-rour(24), all in township (3) north, range four east, con taining one thousand and twenty-two tlOB) acres, more or lew, together with all the priv ileges and appurtenances thereto belonging or in any wise appertaining. The equity of redemption in and to said property is expressly waived in said trust detsl, and the title is believed to be perfect, bnt I sell aud convey only as trustee, subject to all eucumbranres. H. D. BULK LEY, Trustee. Memphis. Tenn., January 13. 1873. Jal5 TRUSTEE'S SALE REAL ESTATE. BY virtue of a Deed of Trust to meexecuted by R. R. Davis, to secure certain lndebted uess therein mentioned, which is recorded in book No. 74, pages 519 and 520, Register's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, dated 18th day of April, 1870, 1, as Trustee, will sell, on Friday, ?th February, 1873, between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock, at tbe southwest corner of Main and Madison streets, in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, at nut auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described real estate, situate, lying and being in the county of Shelby. State ot Tennessee, and more particularly described as follows, to-wit : One hundred and sixty (160) acres of the north half and one hundred and ninety (1901 acres of the south half of section No. nine (9, township No. one (1), range No. seven (7), Chickasaw cession. Also, eighty (80) acres of the east hair or the southeast quarter or section lour (4), township one (1), range seven (7) west, together with all the privileges and appurtenances thereto be longing or in any wise appertaining. Tne equity of redemption an and to said property is expressly waived in said Trost Deed, and the title Ls believed to be perfect, but I convey only as trustee. J. N. FORD. Trustee. Memphis, Tennessee. January 6, 1873. ja7 TBISTEES Sale of Lancl. LTNDER deed of trus. made to me by Leon I Jarman on the 18th day of April, 1872, registered in Shelby county, Tennessee, In book No. 87, page 233, 1 will sell, to the hlgbeat bidder, for cash (subject to the widow's dower), at the depot, in Collierviile, Tennes see, on the 4tb Day of February, 1373, the following described tract of land, in tbe c unt v of Shelby and State of Tennessee, a part of section seven (7), township one (1) and range four (4: Beginning at the southeast corner of said section anil running north three hundred and twenty (320) rods to astake ; thence east sixty rods to a stake; thence south three hundred and twenty (320) rods to astake ; thence west sixty (60) rods to a stake at tbe be ginning. Also, one tract described as follows: Begin ning at a stake In tbe road a: Taliey s line and running west fifty (-o) rods to a stake in the road; thence west three hnudred and twenty (SB) tods to a stake : thence east fifty (50) rods to a stake on Taliey s tine: thence south three hundred anil twenty (320) rods to the begin in ng ; this tract being a part of section seven, township one, range four, in said ounty and Slate. The above sale is for purpose of se curing certain indebtedness described in the The equity of redemption is expremly waived iu salil trust deed. I sell and convey a Trustee only. J. A. FLOY 1 , Trustee. CoIlierviHe, 'rvnn. January 2. J:. SHERIFF SALES 1840, 1873 Probate Court Sale of Real Estate. No. 97, K. Ii. In the Probate Court of Shelby County, Tennessee W. J. Btovall. et al. vs. s. L. stovall. et ah UN DKR, and by virtue of, an interlocutory decree for sale, entered in the above cause, I wil 01 to the highest bidder At ThA soon. house door, on Union street, in the city of Memphis, on Monday, February 10, 1873, within legal hours, the following described real estate, to-wlt: Situated on the west side of Chamberlayne mace, and fronting on' said Cbamberlayne Ptace Ju feet, and extending back, eastward!'-', between parallel lines, 150 teet, being lot No. 7 of Chamberlayne Jones, jr 's sub-division, and the lonrth lot at same uimf ns-.ons irom tne intersection oi tae easi side of Cbamberlayne mace with the north side of Spring street. Terms of Sale One-half cash and tbe bat- ' anceln six months, purchaser executing note with approved security tor the deferred pay- ! mem. A lien will be retained on tbe lot. JAM&S REILLY, Clerk. 1 John A. Onley, Sol 'r for Complainan',ta9 NERVOUS DEBILITY. Ill MPIIREY8 . lv I The moat successful remedy known. Price ' t I a single box Package Ave twits and one ; larie pblal of Powder necessary In aerloae : Uiiii. m Scut by mall on receipt of price. 1 Address Humphreys Specific UoiueopaUiie 1 Medicine Co., MB Broadway, New York. Ja7 SHERIFFS SALE Of Valuable Real Estate on Poplar Street Extended. BY virtue of an alias execution to me di rected from the Supreme Court, at Jack son, in the case of William C. Anderson et al va. Ann Tight- et al., judgment rendered Jan uary 25, 1572. for Jl! 1-100 and costs of suit, to satisfy said judgment. Interest and cost, I will, 0b Saturday, February the 15th, 1873, at 11 o'clock a.m., la front of my office. No. S51 Second street, Memphis, Tennessee, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the following de scribed property, to-wit: All the dower interest of defendant. Ann T'"fce formerly Ann Butler, widow of Thos. Butler, deceased, In and to the following de scribed tract, of land, being country lots L, y, and R, lying In the Fifth Civil District ol Sheioy coanty. and part of Mcl-emore divi sion or the John Rice grant on Poplar street extended aud Brinktey avenue or road lead ing to the okl Fair (irounds: said dower inter est being described by metes und bounds bv decree of the Supreme Court iu tbe case of W. J. Hennessey et al. vs. Ann Tighe et aL, al the April term, ieST, at. Jackson: Begiunini; at a stake on Briokley avenue 2 poles north of Poplar street extended; thence 20 poles to a stake in a field ; thence f outh 3 poles to a stake on Poplar street extended; thence west with said street extended 10 poles to the center or bayou tuimoy; thence northwestwardly with tbe meantif n figs or said bevoti to a stake tO poles north of paar street extended -; ueuoi- we-' i ooies to i -' ' - ; thenee east 651 W. J. . Sheriff H. Clay King. All y for plait