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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL - THITESDAY, MAY 15, 1873.
FINANCE AND TRADE. NiddliDg Cotton 18-Xew York Ex¬ change par to 1-4 Premium UoU 116 1-2. A (niet Markrt-Jiew TegeUbJes Eggs Down Again. Monetary Oeietude Mississippi Tennessee R. B. Bonds-Monetary Mtutton in ' York. aud t'oitoul ncuanged-Sales 1200 Bales- Ne Orleans Maintains the Advance. Offi0f the Daily Appeal. I Tvkmiay. May 14, IS7J. J FINANCIAL. The monetary situation remains un¬ changed, the banks accommodate their . nstomen mere just uow in the way , . i viiewuis thau of new loans. In the street, money can be had atlKper ..ni a' month, but paper is very closely nrntinized before it is advanced on. Kxcliauge is not abundant, and ship¬ ping currency has to te resorted to daily. t&Mtm remain as before, on New York par buying Jc premium selling; on New i ir...ii m discount buvinsr. ee'.linc t par. Brokers are paying 116116J for gold. In reply to a remark we made yesterday, we are informed by purcha¬ sers of gold here, that the New York quo- tattoos ot gold are not maueoo wuai we may call current gold, the OHM that pass from hand, but on gold of full standard weight. The consequence is that iu sending gold forward, if there is u;v loss in the weight the forwarder loses it, and we were shown a letter from a l.usiuessflrm in New orkoon- tirming the statement, We published, . n Thursday last, a statement of the weight of g -1.1 at which coins are tu Rented at tin treasury in WaKhington. BecurftteB f all kinds are neglected, the mil v thiug WW heard of was a sale of two Kinds, second mortgage, Mississip¬ pi and Tennessee railroad, at 72$. Memphis currency sixes, 58 with the oast-doe cmqxMM. without them 53(a. .'.Memphis gold sixes, 57(ai58. Mem- lid- pa-".-due councils, January 80, July "V Shelby county warrants, 85(3S7; Memphis and Charleston railroad stock, ' : 'iu to 1st mortgage bonds, 87; ditto 3d mortgage, 8- Memphis and Ohio railroad stock,1819; ditto 1st mortgage I, nds, !t.-,; ditto 3d mortgage, 80. Mis- aiadpoi aud Tennessee railr-ad stock, 18: 'st mortgage bonds, 86; ditto 3d mortgage, 74. Mississippi Central rail- r mi stock, 12QU; ditto 1st mortgage is. 87; ditto 3d mortgage, S3. Mis¬ sissippi levee bonds, 3S. The Nashville Banner, of Tuesday re¬ ports: "The past due coupons are worth about 62. Comptroller's warrants are ec dull, with but little demand by : '.ixpayere, though there are but few on the market. Dealers buy at 94 and hold J ?." The New York Herald of the 1 th has the following: "The sensation in the foreign monetary advices by ca¬ ble is the announcement that a special meeting of the bank of England direc¬ tors at noon to-day, the minimum of the discount rate was raised a further half per cent, a preparation very prob¬ ably for the consequences of the report¬ ed panic in Vienna. So far as Wall -ireet information goes this panic ap¬ pears to be greatly exaggerated, the ex¬ citement having been based upon no ni .re ordinary incident thau the failure of a stockjobbing house, such as occurs in Wall street every other week. The money market opened fairly active at 7 par ceut, owing to the agitation arising out of the news from Europe, but the supply at that rate proved more than eojaS to the demand, and the market uraduilly soliened until money was of- I n i freely at 5 per cent before the close of banking hours, while some transac¬ tions were reported at as low as 4 per cent. Foreign exchange was firmer on the news from Loudon, and the leading drawers of sterling raised their rates to pr: for sight and 10SJ for sixty day -the difference of 11 being the re¬ sult of the advance of the bank of Eng¬ land rate to 5 per ceut. In actual busi¬ ness the difference was even a trifle more, from the more liberal concession the drawers were willing to make upon sixty day than upon sight drafts. The weekly statement of the associated i. auks while exceedingly favorable, the gain in surplus reserve being nearly two millions, making the total surplus over four and a half millions continues reticent as to the real strength of the MMB accumulation at this centre within the past week. The increase in deposits is ks than seven millions, al¬ though the banks ought to show an in¬ crease of nerlv twice that amount, for there is indisputable evidence that the receipts of currency during the past two .keeks atirreirated' at least tweuty mil- lions of dollars. The discrepancy is all tiie more notable as the loans have been expanded alout four millions, and the ordinary experience of the banking movement i that a loan, in a majority of case, becomes a deposit." surprise "d disgust, too, probably-are going to get badly MMg It is said that the increase in mills throughout the northwest has been ler cent during the past year, aud that they have been grinding up ranch more wheat than they have leen credited with doing, and that the mills of Michigan, Ohio, and western New York have been baying wheat in the northwest freely, so that the stock which can be counted to come upon the Chicago market as cash wheat for Mav will he light. Khinments out of Chicago by Canadian parties have been large during the past two weeks, and the wheat now in store has been quietly liought up by a ring. Whether these rumors are all true or not, it is impassi¬ ble to state at this moment, but a few- days will probably reveal the true situ¬ ation of attain." V 'atkms are Jor round laf$ unless oth¬ erwise expressed; and for feed and produce, levee rates. For small pur¬ chases and orders, rates arc propor¬ tionately higher: Bacon Clear sides, IOjS10,c; clear rib, 10J103C; shoulders, Sly Sic; su- gar-curedhams, canvassed, 14i( 15Jc; breakfast bacon, canvassed, lli(513c. Baling Oram liagging, 2 and 2J pounds, 14. 15c; iron ties, 88c; baling twine, 14' loc. Bekswax 28c per lb. Bran ISale of 100 sacks at $15. Beans Mixed, $2 50; navy, $3. IJi'TTnn Good table at 2225c; , i,oi-p. -r:(230c. Cans Little offering, 61c. asked for 300 sacks. CoknmeaIj Bales of 60 bbls on land- inz at $S 60; dray load lots at S3 65. Cokfek We quote at 2125c for Rio, according to quality. Dried Fruit Apiles,4M S.l.vpeaeh- es,.i4(4c. toes Selling at I3(a 14c. Flotjr-X, $5 75(S6 50; XX, S6 75ff family, $8 50(t9 50; fancy, $1010 50. Quotations nominal. Gunnies New, 19c; second-hand, 14W15c. Groceries Soda, 8c for keg, and 9e for box. Starch, 5(3 5c per lb. Ger¬ man soap, 6J(? 7,c. Rice, sJSsSAc, as in quality. Hard refined sugars, 12ji 13c; open kettle, SjOjllc; vellow clarified, 11 Jc: white do, 11J(S 13Jc. Hay Common to prime $17(325. Hominy $4 00(3 4 35 per bbl. Lari In tierces, N9c; kegs, lOJta. 1Mb; pails, mfglOfe for refined. Lemons and Oranges Orange.-, -7 per box. Lemons, SB 00. Mess Pork Quiet at $19. Molasses Prime to choice planta¬ tion, 65oi 70c; fancy, SOc; common to prime sugarhouse syrup, tBQBfte; fancy, TUwvac. vuoiauous nominal. Oats Sale of 50 sacks at 46c. Potatoes Choice, unsprouted peach- blows at SI 7 V.i 3 00 per bbl. ; russets SI 50. Sale of 5 bbls pinkeyes at SI 50 Poultry Chickens, mixed S4( i 4 5i; all hens So; turkeys dull at $1215. Salt Wholesale rates are 5-bushel bbls. $2 35; 7-bushel bbls, $3; Liverpool and sack salt, coarse Jr., hue 3 3o. Vegetables, New Cabbages, S913 er 100 head; potatoes 54 oOfe-O jer bbl; per bbl ; onions, $o oti. MONETARY AND FINANCIAL. dull; dull 17c; dull NASHVILLE. Nashville, May 14. Cotton isdull; low middling, 16Jc. LOUISVILLE. Louisville. May 14. Cotton low middling, 17c. ST. LOUIS. St. Louis, May 14. Cotton is and nominal; low middling, middling, 18c. CINCINNATI, nmrnn May 14 -Cotton at 18Jc. DRY fiOODS MARKET. New York, May 14. There. was a slow trade movement with both agents- and jobliers. The market for cotton goods was fairly steady, aud prices were unchanged. Rolled jaconets, brisk at 8c. Brown and bleached cotton, quiet. Ticks, denims aud cottonades, in fair request. Prints, quiet; Manchester prints were reduced to 11c. Clothing trade are operating m tall, vvooieu shawls, dull. Foreign goods, very quiet n private hands, hut moving ireeiy at auction at unusually unremunerative prices to sellers. PRODUCE MARKETS. PLUMBER. J. W. x. BROWNE, 16 Jeffereon Street, BETWEEN MAIN AND FRONT, PLUMBER, STEAM AND 6A8 FITTER I-The place to get your Water Pipes, tias Pines, Street Sprinklers, Hy¬ drants, Bathtubs, Pumps, etc., at the Lowest Prices. mh29 HARDWARE. COTTON. New Vork was dull and weak all day at 19 J.;, but at the close, although still dull, the figures were ltfjc as on the pre¬ vious day. Liverpool remains faithful to the 8;d of the last eight days. New iil. an- maintained the advance of the previous day, quoting lei(3)lSJc. In our market" there wua a fair amount of Lrtibiness done but iu a very quiet way, the fwliutr was better with more firm- new. Holders do not much like the iliag prices, and buyers "take the good the iro Is provide" with the quiet- . -i air they can assume. Prices show no . hange; 1200 bales sold at prices in no way differing .from those of the pre- cedlnr day. But a very small portion of the amount purchased was above strict good ordinary. w .18- Tolal s m II m-1 tri t mid m 1S7X 1X7.!. Ht 1 ,,,.uu 57K 1.124 t " ,."V..! 33.W7 ltW pis to date .'! oTU.HSt xlilptueuli. to .late 3502 pkhi and Charhwtnn railroad 161 .-'i.i.i :ml Tennessee railroad 74 plib and Ohio ralliDad 310 phis au.1 i.ltll.- Kock raiinwd i;it.ti !-! wa'i.is and ... u. r sour..-... . 00 KX HOBTti. olds an.l (Imrtesto rallroal Stmt an.) Tennessee railroad 321 pliU aud Ohio railroad il julh ... The l.l.M.Ukl. .HkKI.I. uuietude of mid-summer was . . .... . i i ,, .. tlpOIl UHlO-uay, uie ruei-uucui-um light, there was no boat in from up¬ stream, and the offerings of produce were light also. Corn was sUguaut, we heard of but one lot on the landing, - for which 61c was asked, but i h t amount was considered to be a cent al-ove the market. 1 he telegrapn says eon U heavy aud lower in New York; ii .lUotes oW,itc iu New Orleans; in In. ago it has declined: in St. Louis it is steadv. (Mils are very quiet w ith a small sale at4.jc: they are heavy and lower in New York; New Orleans . I notes them 47(-isc; Chicago dull and lower; St. Louis active and higher, 35 i "r at the elevator. Jl o is as dull as . ver. Bran is in little demand we heard of a sale at 1". Vornmeal was inactive at on. AVic 1'tyraWes are . lining hate the ily markets by wagon and receipts from New Orleans are fall¬ ing off-. New potatoes are in good de¬ mand and stronger at 4 60.. ."; cabbage are very dull at ?9ail3, according to size and freshness; onions are scarce, with some inquiry, at 60. A few i ucuiubers sold at 60c. IAa.tM are iu ica-ing demanl, five barrels piuk- - .id i.t -fl Jiu'tir is niicbainred and weak. Eggs MM at 13 and 14c. i ' I quiet a: I rmer rate-. Provt- arc a.- .!Uot-d yesterday. The tel- sii..u - lie- markets to b geiier . Ily .juiet with little change; mesB i;iotes -j-17, Ik in Chicago; f 17 50 in iiicinnati and St Ixjuis: firmer in New York at --is iVi- 18 50 jobbing. The St. l.mis Democrat rays of pork: "The 'short line' for June is very heavy in hicago, aud is, iu fact, of large pro- n this city, Milwaukee, Cin- ciuuatiaud New York city. The price for June has ranged up as high as $19, we tielieve, and as . ash pork is now ob¬ tainable at $17, it is certain that all the shorts in a position to iiil now will make money. But if the short Inn. is as large us represented, any attempt to buy cash j-ork at current rates, for Uie purpose of carrying over until the 1st of next month aud turning it in at the agreed tipoB price, will send cash pork up at one.. If, on the other hand, the shorts lelav 'covering' until near the last of t hi- month, or put the matter off until June, thev may le 'fearfully squeeied.' The same 11' "The rumor eollles; to US 11'OlU C lilCIUTO lull CJUI NEW Y'ORK. New Y'ork, May 11. Money eay most ofthe time at G.. 7 per ceut, rising to 7. Depression was the feature in the financial affairs to-dav. Reivorts of probable advance iu the bankofEng land rate of iutere;t to-morrow to six percent, stiffened gold aud exchange to quite strong, and resulted in a decline, ranging from J to 5 per ceut. Sterling J-rchingcttToag at 8i8 for sixty davs and I'. -i M for sight. Gold Irregular, ranging at 1175 to 117, closing at 117;'- US. Loans, 4 percent. Clearings, 51 ,000,000. Treas¬ ury disbursements, $72,XX). Custom receipts, $483,000. Government Bonds Dull and steady ; United States coupons of ISol, 121; 5-20's of '62, lloj; '64, 115s; '65. 1171 : new '65. 18: '67, M: cou- pons of 1868, 18; new 5s, 114; 10-40's, lis;: currency, 6s 11 .. Southern State Securities State bonds nominal. Missouri, 93; ; Tennes¬ see, old. 81 ; Tennessee, new, Mi; Vir ginia, new, 49; Virginia, old, 4S; North Carolina, old, 28; North Carolina, new. 16. Stocks and Bonds More active at generally declining rates, with a great pressure to sell Pacific Mail particularly, heavy large blocks of stocks changing hands. A rumor of opposition to the English line on the China route was again used with marked effect, but rests onlv on the fact that the steamer Altoo- na had come from SanpVrancisco, where ! she was chartered to take a cargo to England. Erie was also heavy in sym¬ pathy with London prices. Western Cuion was the only strong stock in the list. The chief fluctuations were: Pa¬ cific Mail. 52, W, 48f, 47 ; Erie, 59;, 59, 59, 59;, 594; Chicago, Cincinnati and Indiano Central, 32, 39J, 31, 30; Union Pacific, 31. 30, 30; St. Paul, 55, 54!' 55; Ohio, 42", 41, 41$; Lake Shore. 90, 90j, 90; New Y'ork Central, 100, 100, 100J; Wabash, 69, 69, 68; Harlem. 126, 126i, 126. The market, after steadying down somewhat in the afternoon, closed dull aud heavy. Can¬ ton, 100; Western Union Telegraph Co., 86; Quicksilver, 39; Adams Express: Company, 95: Wells &. Fargo's Express i Company, 80;; American Merchant's Union Express Company, 67j; United States Express Company, 73$ ; Pacific Mail, 47 j; New York Central, 100j; Erie, 60 ; Erie, preferred, 71 ; Harlem 126; Harlem, preferred, 128; Michigan Central, HM; Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago, 89; Northwestern, 8; ortn- western, preferred, 85; ; Rock Island, 108; New Jersey Central, 1051 ; St.Paul, 54; St. Paul, preferred, 72s; Wabash, 68; Wabash, preferred, 84; Fort Wayne, !; Terre Haute, 15; Terre Haute, preferred,40; Chicago and Alton, 109; Chicago and Alton, preferred, 109; Ohio and Mississippi, 41; Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati, Ns; Burling¬ ton aud Quincy, 109; Lake Shore, 90 ; Indiana Central, 33; Illinois Central, 115; Union Pacific stock, "Gj; Central Pacific bonds, 102:; Union Pacific Uiuds, 86; Central Pacific I !-. 103, and Delaware and I.ackawaua, 1 1 m ; Hart¬ ford and Erie, 2j. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, May 14. Sight ex¬ change, j prem ; sterlinir exchange, 127. LONDON. London, May 14, 5 p.m. Consols 93 ; money,93J ; accouut, 93;; 5-20's '65, 91;; '67, 93J; 10-40's, 8-j; new 5s, 89; Erie, 4".. Amount of bullion gsne into the bank of England on tialauce to-day, 89,000. PARIS. Paris, May 14. Rentes, 54f. 57c. FRANKFORT. Fkankfokt, May 14.5-20's '62, B5. NEW YORK. New Y'ork. Mav 14. Flour is ouite but firm; common to good, $6 75(S,7 40; good to choice, $7 55(28 35. Whisky at 93c. Grain Wheat firm ; No. 2, spring, $1 53 1 56 ; 0- - Minnesota spring, $1 70. Rye active; western 98c. Barley steady. Corn dull and lower; prime new mixed western, 63(S;65c; new yellow, 65(5,670. Oats dull and heavy; new mixed western, 49rt-52Jc. Itice is steadv at 7ifi8c. Pork firmer; round lots new mess at $18; job lots at S18 25f.i 18 50. Beef is quiet and un¬ changed. Cut meats are firm; shoulders 7c; Hams, l2(a,loc. Middies auu; snon clear, 9Jc; long clear, 9c. Lard is easier; western, steam, !e. Butter low¬ er; Western, 25f-i27c. LOUISVILLE. Louisville, May 14. Bagging quiet but firm; 13al5c as to quality and terms. Flour is in good demand; extra family, $6 50; A No. 1,$8; fancy, Pi Wheat is nominal Corn is firm at 55S56c, including sacks. Oats are firm at 46(a 48c, including sacks. Rye is steady at 80c on arrival. Hay is steady at S20 for choice timothy. Mess pork, steady at $17 501 8. Bacon steady aud demand fair; shoulders, 7jc; clear rib !Ui Hc; clear sides, 9;fel0c packed; hams plain, 13(. 13c; sugar- cured and fancy, 14(15c. Bulk meats shoulders, 7c; clear rib, 9c; clear sides, 9Jc loose, aud H more for packed. Lard iu tierces, 9f ic; kegs, 10( 11c; prime steam. 9c small lots on orders J( c higher. Whisky is steady at 88c. CHICAGO. Chicago, May 14. Wheat firm aud irregular; No. 1 Chicago spring nom¬ inal; No. 2 Chicago spring, $1 33. Corn is firm at 41c. Oats opened firm but closed dull; No. 33c; strictly fresh, 33c. Rye steady at 69, and supply limited. Whisky firm at 891c, with offerings light. Meats generally quiet; Mess r-ork $16 75(0,16 80. Lard $8 90 08 95. Dry salted meats easier; should¬ ers 61T.i6c, loose; short rib 8(ic; clear "sides, 6iAt0? boxed lc higher than above. Bacon shoulders, 7c; clerrib, 10c. Hams, 1314c. ST. LOUIS. St. Loris, May 14. Flour is steady; super, $4 extra. MAS "4; X. X. $66 25; X." X., $6 75(i7 50; family, $7 75 10. Wheat, stronger; No. 2, spring, 5-1 24. Lorn niguer; jo. z, mixeti, 39e; track, 46c sacked. Oats dull; No. 2, 33.34c; track, 3936c, sacked. Rye uuchaugel. Whisky is firm at 90c. Pork dull at $17 50. Dry salt meats are nominal. Bacon dull, only jobbing and order trade. Lard is nominal. Hogs are easier at $4 60(3)5. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, May 14. Flour is firm at $7 75(2 s- Wheat dull at $1 73(3,1 75.Corn steady at 50c. Rye is firm at 83c. Oats are quiet at 42(3 48c. Mess pork is held at $17 50. Lard is quiet but- firm; light offerings of regular brands, sales of steam at 8jc. Bulk meats are quiet and steady ; sales of oOOO pounds of clear rib sides, at 8c, but generally heldatSjc; clear held at 9c. Bacon is quiet but steady at 7Sc. !' - 9-c. Whisky- is firm and active at 87c. NASHVILLE. Nashville, May 14. Flour is in light demand and holders linn at $9. Wheat is in light demand aud holders firm at $1 60 iu sacked aud delivered. Corn is firm at 56c. Oats are quiet at 45c. Barley is steady at 90c. Bulk meats steady; clear rib sides, 9c; clear, 10c. Bacon is quiet; shoulders, 6c; clear rib sides, lOJc; clear sides, 10c. Whisky is steady at 93 Vc. Hay is dull at S24a27. HIS DEPOT OF THI Hackett Manufaetari'g Company' . Marblelsed, Enameled and Plain IBON MANTELS, Hackett Patent Grates, Hackett Patent Fran It- Un Stoves, Plain and Enameled Grata, H. HAINER, fin. S42 Second St., Xemnhis. Tennesaef STOVES. FILLET'S FAMOUS FOR SAXE. INSURANCE. 40 LOTS ON WALNUT STREET Far Sale. I have forty lots in the division of my home place, 50 by 150 feet. Also, ray RESI¬ DENCE, with two acres attached, on Walnut street, which I desire to sell. Al, lots front, ing on the river, west of the Uayoso house. Persons desiring to purchase can see me at MY OFFICE, Xo. 373 MAIN STREET. JACKSON BLOCK, over Sledge, McKay & CO. my 11 GEORGE DIXON i"ilV- ARE MADE SOLELY BY THE Excelsior Mauufacturiiic: Company St. Lonii, Missouri. ARE DOING MORE AND SAFETY SAVINGS BANK FOR BEGINNERS ! WORKINGMEN! YOUNG MEN HOMES. HOMES, HOMES! .a. 1 ik j- v v SUBDIVISION, SoutUoast Mompliis tl BBTTER COOKING GS S - JKii.iw.- it -heajr arqnlrber than any stove of same cost. ARE ALWAYS ' OAK J -tiOw-rriceu, neiiaoic, AND OPERATE PERFECTLY. nir " WILL DO YOUR COOKING CHEAP AND EAST, QUICK AND CLE AX. ALWAYS WAEBASTED in SOLD BT E. lTRQlrUART & 0. E R N A N DO STREET RAILWAY nlkci avenue. The balance oi tins. beautiful lot will now be sold at the saim reasniiuhlrnrir.es us heieUifore, and give tin purchasers the privilege of paying for same, either monthly, quarterly or annual instal- menis, at their own choice, and six per cent, interest. Location well known; title per¬ fectly soiind. and but recently Investigated, and both price and payments reasonable. Call and set the agents. myll INOHO A BILKLKT. PLANTERS FIRE AND MARIS B INSURANCE COMPANY OF MEMPHIS, TKNN., OFFICE IN (OHPAX1S BILDI.C, 41 JVC ADISON T. D. T. PORTER, Preside-!. D. H. T0WNSEND, Vice-President. W. A. UUODMA.V, Secretary. J. 6. LONSDALE, Jr., Aas't SecreUrj. DIRECTORS : D. H.TOWNSEND, O. V. RAMKATTT It. A.PINSON, W. L. KAUr UKU M. 1). JOHNSON. D. T. PORTER, O. J. PHILLIPS, A.J. WHITE, N. K. SLEDGE, R. U COKHN, M.J. W1CK8, tl. F. Mi:NUTT, G. H. JUDAH, S. H. BROOKS, B. EISEMAN. f2S JOR PRINTING. FRANKLIN JOB PRINTING HOUSE diRIUKR A OJGIjE, lLuiufeiurers of the Celebrated ALABAMA LIME AND DEALERS IN Cement, Plaster, Fire Brick ! Liar, Hair, Hies Hay, Cora, Bran No. 318 Front Street BOOK BINDERY -A-NL- PTJBLICATIONS. Book Agents 1' LEASE NOTICE THAT OCR New Illustrated Family Bible Contalna Dr. Wm. Smith's Bible Dictionary, 450 illustrations, a Family Album for It) Por- traitii, a Marriage Certificate, Family Record, Margln d References, etc., etc. Descriptive and Term Circulars sent tree. Address NA¬ TIONAL PUBLISHING w- 1Dhta.Tenn BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY S. C. TOOF, Proprietor, No. 15 West Court Street TRUST SALES. TriiMtee'g Sale. BY vtrto by Oh is.', al r. April flee o: day i page- main of a deed 'if trust to m eiecnteii arles Kranu, on the 17th day of riled In the Kn;iters of- ty, Tennessee, im the 27th lrfTI, In deed book C," !dnes therein secured re- Monday, tbe 2C'ih day of May, 1873, at No. Ki Main street, city of Memphis, T-n- neneee, within ieKal hours, tell to the highest MRDICAX. DR. D. S. JOHASO. S MEDICAL DISPENSARY 20H Main St., Memphis, Tens. Established In iw ror the care of VENEREAL 0B SECRET DISEASES, sach as 8ypnU.is, Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture nd all Orlna'7 Diseases: arnhlllltic or Mer- cunat anecuons or tn throat, skin or bonea, orchitis, hernia or rupture: also, the effects of a solitary habit, ruinous to tbe body and mind, producing blotches on tbe face, Jebu- lty, lm potency, dlxalnees, dimness of eight, confusion of ideas, erll foreboding, aversion to society, lose of memory, weakness, etc., not all of these in anyone case, but all occur¬ ring frequently in various cases. Medicines -4-nT bv express. Omce nocr- from s ajn. to ..'-iS n ,n T. M. IQHWMQW. U,D, CHANCERY SAXES. Chancery Sale of Real Estate OS Saturday, May 34, 1ST3. ). In the Second Chancery Oonrt of :i hy county, Tennessee. Virginia F. No. -h second street, in (rnlaw tipera. ing, city of Memphis, Tennt-.s.-.-, ade in this i, I wUl sell tdder, wltfa- jffice of the coanty, on louse bulid- satarday, May M, 1S73, oennrnfo Jk-"t book sent f re.-. Asviieac UiUIll 0 Lai. i.e Book ('..., m vio I Mnrray street. New York. SHORT HAND my 1 1 AH about it, lu eeuu, post¬ paid. EAGLE BoK Co., i Murray stre-t. New York OCEAN STEAMERS. ALLAN LINE TO AND FH0M MKMPHI8, : Mr The attention Bnslness Men of M-u Alabama and Arkan1 to the superior facliii cnting orders for all i TENNESSEE1 JOB PRINTING! Plain, Fancy and Ornai: phlets, Const ituttons. By bus, BiU-Htiuis, Kiisluh Letter HeaiN, Envelope: be Is, Recoipts. Checks, Tickets, Invitations, ' April 24 john r 1W3L ce. Equity of redemption ived to re good, but I only TBEZEVANT, Trustee. ap24 scribed f land by and K acres if an so vtl dLs- Ti Mil t "ii Sale. I.-. livided by d a mm rV virtno L by m 'A'eddin Cants, Ball r. d. 1 . p:i TO Mempbis. Tennessee. MISCELLANEOUS. A NEW IDEA, R LAND FOR SALE. AND NEW INhTITiriON. OARIUNti-HOl'SE and Ladies' and Geu- tlemt n s restaurant. Dressing-room for ladies from the country and city. Meals at all lionrs, f rotn fifteen cents to five dollars, as ordered. Ail delicacies and lux¬ uries of the city and seasou as required. Rooms to n-nt, furnished or unfurnished. MRS. A. J. LEIUHTON. MERRILL HOUSE, 59 MADISON. ii H0MEW00D!" CHAKTOB FOR WORKINGMEN TWENTY-SEVEN BUILDING LOTS FOB SAX. TERMi 10 per ceut. Cash; Balance in Ten Annual Faymentg, with 0 per cent. Interest. This property is eligibly situated at the in¬ tersection of Poplar Street Boulevard and Urlnkley Avenue, l'art of It being uow used hy the Federal Cavalry as a cainp-gmuud. Applicants will call on the undersigned at Ml (, 41 Madison Htreet. ii. ri.f hi. t'OTTON MARKETS OF THE WOKL0. SW if a bona fide purchaser for this beautiful and desirable home will apply to our Mr. W. 15. Donoho, lie may be undeceived as to an im¬ pression which seems to prevail, that nothing short of a BIU price will buy It We tell you that it M FOR SALE, and at a BARUA1N to one wiio means BUSINESS. doxoho & m i.Ki.rv. royl3 39 Madison street. S. KAUFMAN & BRO. IMPORTERS, Hanufactnrers and Wholesale Deal¬ ers in CIGARS, TOBACCOS PIPES, JETC. ALKO DISTILLER'S AGENTS AND WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS! MECHANICS DAY LABORERS, Salaried Men! Wejare authorized to sell the balance of the LIVERPOOL, BALTIMORE JTORFOLiEL. One of the steamers of this Oiat-claas lint will be d Lb patched as foilcwn : From L'pool. From Baltimore MANITOBIAN Feb. U March 5 HIBERNIAN ..Feb. 25 March ly NESTOKIaN Ma-chll April 2 PERUVIAN Jlarch25 April 18 HIBERNIAN Aprtl8 April 30 NE8TORIAN .Aprils May U And every 14 days thereafter, and oftener if the service requires It. Passenners forwarded to and from all the principal places in Kngland, Ireland, Scotland. France, Germany, Norway, Sweden and Den¬ mark, from or to any part in the Southern and Western States. The cheapest nfcd best route U Southern and Western Sta ic. For passage or further Information apply to DONOIIO A BILKLET, iieneral Honthwestern Agents, nisi a UmIIms Htrpet COTTON FACTORS THOMAS " LOTS, North Memphis, at reasonable prices, and upon terms of payments one-fifth cash and balance in instalments by the month, the ijuarter, or the year, at the choice of the pur¬ chasers, with six per ceut. Interest added. The location is beautiful and title unques¬ tionable. Call and get map, visit the pmp- ty, select your lot. and we will nsmeaiair once, hihi von name tne terms .i p;iuici-i that will suit your means and convenience. Here is the best opportunity ior men oi mall means to buy homes. DOXOIIO & BI LKLEV. Ayents tor " THOMAS" Lots. LAWS OF TENNESSEE John T. Stratton, late Stratum, James Co John L. Willford, late Graham s WellXord STRATTON & WELLFORD, COTTON FACTiiiiS AND Commission Merchant 6 and West Court St., MEMPHIS, : : : : ; TENNESSEE BXasarsL BOOKS Ledgers, Journals, task Books. PRICES LOW AS THE LOWEST Perfect satisfaction Knorsnteed la every :.!. i-i A call and an examination of my specimens is respectfully solicited. fS. O- TOOF. Froo'tr tlierein seenred. on Tuesday, tbe 3d day of Jane, 1373, txd'.vven the hours of 12 o'cloc o'clock p.m.. at the soathwest cur and Mauiton s'reets, city of Mem to sale and sell for cash, to the hit at public auction, the followln property, to-wit: On the east Soto street, between Vance i streets, city of Memphis. Shelby c of Tennessee, and bounded as foil MEDICAL. LIQUORS. A. VACCABO. B. VACCAKO. C. D1CSJIA.S.1. A. B. VACCAKO SAIL-MAKER. NEW YORK. New York, May 14, 10:30 a.m. Cot¬ ton, dull; ordinary, 14jc; good or¬ dinary, 15e; low middling, 13c; mid¬ dling, lj ;Alal.ama, ltt;c;Orleans,19Jc; Texas, Id, .; futures (juiet and steady; alee, 7U bales; Mav, nominal, 18 9-16c; June, 18 MajI6fc; July, 18 11-16c; August, 18 9-l6c. 12:15 p. m. t'otton weak; ordinary 141c; middling, l'i-; sales spinners, 10 bales: expoits, 7T balt-s; futures 5,000 bales; last evening's exports, to spiu- uero, 77 bales; speculation, 19 bales; fu¬ tures easier; May, no sales; June, 18-lC18Jc; July, 1811-lfJe; August, lay 3:46 p.m. Cotton dull; ordinary, 14Jc; good ordinary, lu'e; low middling, lSJc; middling, lS',o; Alabama, l!k-; Orleans. lH'c; Texas, 20c; sales, export, 255 bales; to spinners, 257 bales; last evening's exports, (WOliales; to spinners, 77 bales; futures weak; sales, 9,300 tle; May, 18 17-32(18 9-16e; June, 18 M2fftlfttc; July, 18 ll-lw18c; August. lHO-ltMndS 9-32c. Cotton report for live days at all United Htates iorts: Receipts, if;, 121 lales; exKrts to Great Rritaiu, 39,0(59 bales; to continent, 5372 bales; stock, 3V7,41u liales. HKW ORLEANS. New Orleans, May 14, 11:30 a.m. Cotton in moderate demand; middling, 18JV7 1 8 Je; no sales. 3 p.m. Cotton, demand fair; prices stirt'; middling, 18J(Sil8;e; sales 1000 bales; receijits, 1073 bales. LIVERl'OOL. Ljvekpool, May 14, 11 a. m. Cot- Urn firmer; uplands, t;d; Orleans, (rid; sales for the day, 12,000 bales. 1 p.m. Cotton firmer, but not nota¬ bly higher; uplands, 8d; Orleans, 9jd; sales, 15,000 bales; export and specula¬ tion, 4000 bales. 5 p. m. Cotton firmer but not higher; uplands, 8jd; Orleans, Jd; sales, 15,000 bales; export aud speculation, 4000 bales; American, 9000 bales; April aud May from Savannah and Charleston, Bfai 13-16d; June delivery from Sa¬ vannah aud Charleston, sjd; May, 8d; pril aud May shipments trom Jrnw Ur CASSIDY & MILLER, SAIL MAKERS AND COTTON DICK AUENTS, MEW ORLEANS, . LOUISIANA, Manufacturers of all bxzkb and qualities ot Tents, Tarpaulins, rVagon-CoYers, Every deecrlpUon of Awnings, Wikdov and Door ISH ades: also, Kl auk or all Nations BlTNTiniiS, all colors, etc. Wholesale lealen iu Manilla and Tarkd Ropk, ail nixes from Uie Plymouth Cordage t'ompany, Ply¬ mouth, Mass. We keep on hand, ready lot shipment, a large stork oi all the above arti¬ cles. CASSIDY A MILLER, 107 Povukas stbkkt, near Camp, New Orlnans. LonUtans. LUMBER. W. A. WILLIAMS. H. K. PLAIN wbeat is virtually cuuertsl there, and i leans, 9 1-ibu; auiiij-eo that the May shorts very mucu to their i leans deliverable in May froui New Or- and J uue, hi . WILLIAMS & GO. Manufacturers and Dealers in LUMBER, SHINGLES LATH, DOORS, SASH and BLINDS MEMPHIS, : TENN&SSEE. sui.K AUENTS J OR BAGrljEY'S MAYFLOWER TOBACCO ".i diamond amt No. 250 Main Street Under Odd Fellows Hall. Also, A (tents tor Black well's only tins me Durham Smokln Tobacco IC-NIC VANCE jSTREET. sTMV UROUNDS AUK NOW RKAUV FOR the approaching season of festivities, and I respectfully solicit the various societies and schools to the advantages they possess. The Covered Pavilion and Refreshment SUuuls form a protection in case of showers ; a icood well of Muter ami tine shade trees; street cars to the entrance gate. Examine for yourselves, and for full particulars apply to R. r. ALEXANDER, In rear of the Grounds, or JOHN W. WAYNESP.URU, apl.1 510 Front street. AN ACT to change the line between the Comi¬ ties of Polk and Me Minn, Hawkins and Hamblen, and Cheatham and Dickson. Section l.Bf it enacted tru the iltneral A t- tmblp of the tc of Tennessee. That the line between the counties of Polk and McMInn be so changed as to include in me county of Mc¬ MInn tne lands or .m. i. runups. Known as trie -' Phillips Ferry farm, said changed line to begin at the Phillips Ferry, on the north liana ot tne Hiwassee river; inence up ine river with the lines cf said Phillips' lands, in Polk county, to the main stock road, which is tiie present line between said two counties, so ns to include all of said farm in the county of ate Minn: Provided, that nothing in this act shall be so construed :m o reduce Polk county below its constitutional limits, nor bring the line, thus designated, nearer the courthouse of Polk countv than eleven miles. Section 2. Be it further enacted. That all of that part of Dickson county, east of Har- peth river, be attached to Cheatham county. Section He it further enacted, That the line between the counties of Hawkins and Hamblen be so changed as to include the lands of Daniel Reed in Uie county of Ham blen. Section 4. Be it further enaetei. That this act take effect from ana alter Its passage, the public welfare requiring it. Passed March 21, 1873. W. S. Mt'QAUQHET, speaker oi the House of Kepresentalives. A. T. LACEY. Speaker of the Senate. Approved March 21, 1S73. JOHN C. BROWN, Governor. 1 certify that the foregoing is a true copy of an act of the General Assembly of the state of Tennessee, the original of which Is now on rile iu my office. CHARLES N. GIBBS, Secretary of State. AN ACT to change the line between the Counties of Union aud Grainger. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Henerai As¬ sembly of the State of Tennessee. That the county line between the counties of Union and tiratnger be so changed that all citiseirs of OrahssssT countv. designated by the following boundary, be and they are hereby attached to I'nion county, to-wit : Beginning on the cor¬ ner between I uiou and l.raiuger counties; t hence east so as to include Pryor Dyer's farm in Union county; thence with the line of Union countv toa whiteoaJk corner between .lames Dver and E. W. Popejoy and J.J. sell¬ ers: thence eait sa noles to a rock corner be tween J. J. Sellers i.nd E. W. Popejoy ; thence due north to Clinch river. S.s-tion 'i.-Be it further enacted, Tll.lt nothing in this act shall be so construed as to Include any liven in l ui: n county, except J. I sellers, l'rvor Dver.'James itetoe and fc.. 1) Hill, the petitioners for the change mentioned iu the preceding section, norto reduce Grain- -. . - 1 . " 1 ... limit iriTCOUIll utiu 11 tuumiti.viA. 'nun- i.rini. the line thus designated nearer the courthouse of Grainger county than eleven miles. Section X Be it further enacted, That th i act shall take effect from and after its passagi the public welfare requiring It. Passed March 21, 1S73. A. T. LACEY. Speaker of the Senate. v . si. .MtOAUunr. i , Speaker of the House of Representatives Approved March 24, IsTIt. JOHN C. BROWN, Governor. I certify that the foregoing is a true copy ot an act of the General Assembly, the original of which is uow on nle in my omce. CHAS. N. GIBBS, Secretary of State A. VACCJJR A CO. Importer and Sealers la WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, No. 324 Front Street, - Memphis. NOTICE TO IWN MEN. rpHERE is one distressing Male flssstst X iSpenuatorrhreal which has defied the learning of physicians since the beginning of the world. To-dav any learned medical friend will tell yon that its relief is impossible, my discovery being yet unknown to him. The complaint is known also as Involuntary Discharges, Emissions, etc., producing many deplorable and well known symptoms, and though not always followed by these effei ts. yet prevents the attainment of that strength of manhood, beauty of form and grace of mo¬ tion eo coveted by all. To broadly distinguish myself from the swarm of charlatans fo constantly imposing on the public, I offer, by permission, the very best recommendations. Notice that, of the thousand remedie, advertised by these quacks, not one has ever been recommended by a re¬ spectable man or medical Institution. My references are the Meoicai Department of the University of Nashville, and the majority of the leading physicians of NaslivHle aud Mem¬ phis, and of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania, located at Phila¬ delphia. As these references are sufficient to satisfy any sensible person of the reliability of the remedy, and to avoid much useless corre¬ spondence, I will pay no attention to letters nnaccompanied by the money, or order to ship C.O.D. Price twenty-rive dollan-. with weeKiy letters of advice for t wo months, or eighteen dollars for remedy with one Iettr of advice. Hours 7 to 9. morning and evening. DR. JOHN IX CANNON, apI9 No. Ill Adams street. Memphis. son : hftv ind I Main Kpose dder. ribed f De- lllott stale egin- uerly eeast east- I said feet; it to d by I Car- i and a credit of six with secnrlty ta) payment of the Tnoetl tract; run- M feet to a stake; feet to a stake; 0 a stake ; thence pt- cssh ; balance on 1 months ; notes, en retained until uoney. This May M. D. L. STEWART. Clerk and Master. Morgan, Jarnigan Jfc Frazer. my I Sols, for complainants. Clisiicery Sale of Real Rrtate -ON- SATURDaT, MAT 24, 1878. No. M, K. D. In the Second Chancery Cou rt of Shi by m beth to the beginning, having a iront oi rmy-nine yMi feet on Desoto street, running back be¬ tween parallel lines one hundred and tlity ilju) feet, being the same property conveved by Mrs. Julia Ann Gates to the said Fred. T. Anderson, on the irth of February. 1S72, and registered in the Uegister's office of Mhelbv countv. (state 0r Tennessee, in book No. Si. rage 29. The equity of redemption Is ex- f Mill waived In said trust deed, and the title to said property is believed to be good, but I will only sell and convey as trustee. uiy:j J. HALHTEAD. Trustee. .Tennessee. Anna J. Reid, M. Reid. vs. Eliza- is.-. s,-.(,ud street, in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1878, within Ugal hours, the following described Trustee's Sale. I side of Cot stake; then' BY authority in me duly vested, I will, as Trutee. -ell io the highest bidder for cash, on Wednesday, J uue I. 17:;. at the 1. ai Estate exchange cf Trezevaut '. o.. north¬ east corner Malu and Jefferson streets, in the city of Memphis, LOTS Is and Jj uo Blon the ou the plan of F.irt Pickering. JOHN P. TREZEVAN I . Trustee. PETITIONS. bearing ten per lieu retained. T! M. D. L. ST I point on tbe north side of fty-two feet and eleven and i west of the intersection of rporaUon alley, east of said hence east with the north reet thirty-eight feet to a rtiiwardly one hundred and lud six inches parallel with ; thence westwardly with -eight feet; thence south- red and forty eight feet and place of beginning; upon a two-story brick dwelling- So 90 Court street. -One-third cash; balance In a at six aud twelve months ; purchaser executing notes, rent, interest, with security ; lerk and Master. ir.T. J. A. Robertson, Sol. for eompl'nt. rny2 AUCTION SALES IN NEW YORK AN ACT to change the County Line between tne counties oi v. ampoeii nu .-swi. -...-!,, m 1 . lie it eiuicted bu the General As- .,-,,z of the. State of Tennessee. That the county line between the counties or Campbell and Scott be so changed as to Include William Trainmell and the farm on which he now lives in the county of Scott, section 'lie it further enacted. That noth Ing in this act shall be so construed as to nft'.s:t the rights of any other citizens ex¬ cept the petitioner, William Traiuuiell, men t-r,iiwl In tne nrsl section of this net, nor re¬ duce Campbell county below its constitutional limits, nor bring the line thus designated nearer the courthouse of Campbell county ih.n d.v.ti miles. Section i. Be it further enacted, That this act take effect from and after its passage, the public welfare reuniting it. Passed March B. 1WS. W. S. McGALGHE . Speaker of the House. A. T. LACEY, Speaker oi tneseiiate. Approved March '24, ISTa. , JNO. C. BROWN. Governor. 1 certlfv that tne foregoing Is a true copy of an act of the General Assembly, sue oiigium of which is now ou tile in my office. vriAc. ...iii tiis. Secretary of Slate MILLS AMD YARD i Wolf Biter, North Front Street. SALESROOM AND YARD I Comer of Uayoso and Second Streets. Uw preisiied Ui furnish l.umli. r, ishlugles and Lath in any quauUty, at reduced rates. apH WILLIAMS A CO. Uo FTAYINi refuted our Sawmill with H latest improved machinery, we are uow CAPON SPRINGS AND BATHS, HAMPSHIRE to., WEST VA. ANY one in search of a really Medietnal Mineral Water and Bath, and at the same lime a most charming aud utlractive summer resort, will do well to procure and read our descriptive psmphlet. Terms, Jis and SIS per week, with discounts on family bills, as stated In pamphlet. Apply to U. W. JONES A CO., Druggists, Memphis, or by mall to FRAZ1KR BALE, my 14 eod Proprietor. ANTHONY HOUSE. LINDLEY WHIPPS, PROPRIETORS, LITTLE ROCK, ARE. t)V This Hotel i newly funsushed throughout. The table will be found 1 nf. jrtor to none In the Eastern cities. Persons vlkiUng Little Hock can have their baggage checked to the AN¬ THONY, on application tbthe baggage mas¬ ter on train. aW We emulfiv uo rutin fn. my'-' NEW GOODS 16 FIRST PRIZES. Oriental Oil Whiskers DYE, simplest, bent ami pasiet !! ill thP w i r .il. Work In in a fw smiuds; In Im twehtr mluutpa no firay kem is to be sea. One ap- Liou tor LU:bt Brown ; two lack. Washing thewhis- trsi-i not rponirp! boftnv or aflfr U"m th Oil: makes the whiskers solt and loatrout; free from 5agar of lead, or other poisonous an I health-de¬ stroying drugs; needs tut one trial to prove its superiorly over all otht-rs. sjixitfn Premiums hare been awarded at dittrent Fairs and PUr- - tions for Its virtues over other preparations. J. F. Ft-r,xzit mannfactnrer and proprietor. New York City and Sacramento. Umi. Ask your Drug- guist for It. and give It a trial. C. C. WARD & HRO., Druggists, .Vgeulc. Petition for Incorporation Chancery Saleof Real Estate. 'Smili Xemphb Bovlevord Componj." So. SW In the Second Chancerj' Court of Sheloy county, Tennessee. Ii'HERKAS, Jacob Thompson. Newton Y Kord, J. T. jHffersoo. J. A. Wigs,and '. ,H. touthworth, all eitisens and residents of Shelby county, Tennessee, have tiled their pe¬ tition in this court, praying that they and their associates, successors and assigns, be in¬ corporated under the name of the "South No. , R. V. In the second Chancery Court of Shelby county. Tennessee. Fred N. Law¬ rence vs. Helrs-ai-law of Mary BasVer. de¬ ceased, et aL ue of an order of rale made in this ausr nn the 1st uay oi April, f,. i win sell, at public anction, to the highest bidder, iv, on jlV cai sell, at I OX THK r-HLM! -r, respectivef Saturday, .Hay the 17th, TUT A Tl A TVT FROM MID-WIFE, HAS permanently located at No. 246 Third street, between Coi-.rt and Jefferson, where she is ready to receive and auswtr calls promptly. N.B. Th strictest ronfliience ohs-vel. things necessary and propvr u objects of said enterprise; that be incorporated for the term year., be authorized to constrti .uuizvd road ou South street fr 1 lion w:th lleHoto street to the 1 and thence ou Hie tternanuo r nah creek, using the pre-ent street and Hernando road in said Macadamized road; that be author.zed to establish a to lct tolls lor the use of the road; that said company be commem e work, and exercise land functions, on obtaining I Its capital stock to the amou iml do;;. us Hnd i-i increase ft to an amount not ezceedlr-s thousand dollars, and for ail th ..egi s g; ven to co r d to do ail ry out the company nety-nine id Macad- s lntersec- ndo road, Nonmn- lots Krontin; of Bro tween p avenue. ?gal hours, the following described te, east of and adjoining the city ot I, vlx: in tract of land, knowu and desig- a plan of the ground of W. D. Brown, ir ' t I'.'--: road, made and by William Crane, March , 1S5H. as . 0, . and s, and bounded as follows: ; s chains and B links on the east side n - stscum and running back be- irailel lines, at right angles with said chains and Jj link- -o K.-zzr.; HA VINO PLTU'HASKLi A LAKQE LOT Or desirable eoods at Bankrupt Sale?, 1 herewith offer the following, and defy com¬ petition: Lenos at 'Si cents, worth 40: Lenos at 30 cents, worth M; Ureuadines at half their value; Linen uwiu at 2u cents, worth ss; all Ltnen Lawns at 30 cents, worth -50 ; Lace Sets at Jl 50, worth Si; Kdglng and Inserting at half their value; Ladies' Hose at 12 cents erpair; unties llometnadei.iOin ruumorais, I: Indies' corsets. 7 cents: Table Damask and Napkins a specialty this week. This Is the cheapest lot of goods ever offered iu Memphis. Call aud be convinced. . "T 353 1M" ID I Gr im Main Street. YEAST POWDERS. TU&AMUKY Oti'ARTMKNT, ) Orricr citCtxPTKm.i.R or ntE cvhbency - WASHINGTON, March 31, IS73. ) Whekeas. by satisfactory evidence pre¬ sented to the anderslgned.lt has been made to appear taat The Fourth National Bank of i Memphis, the f iiv of Memphis, in the county of Shelby, and State of Tennessee, has oeen duly uiganizcii under ana according hi me require¬ ments of the act or Congress entitled "An act to provide a National Cnireucjecnred by a pledge oi l. niieu rsiuw iioiiub, sue, n for the circulation and redemption thereof,'' approved June 3, 18W, and has compiled with all the nrovislons of said act required to be complied with before commencing the busl- Iiesr, ui I'l'iai", ..... Now, therefore, I, John Jay Knox, Comp¬ troller of the Currency, do hereby certify that Tub Fourth National Bank or Memphis, the citv or Memphis, in the county ot Shelby, and State of Tennessee, la authorized to commence the business of banking under the act aioresaid. I:i testimony whereof witness my nana and seal of oflice, this Jlst day of March, 173. Signed JAi k.mia, apt Comptroller of Currency. It rapWr tu;xireClnz ail &1ier preyisrsliDa, for pmlMhf Chfnii, Swtct mni WMcr-mt SOILS. SI3CTTT3, SMMAD, ffwrtwSmr .1(1 oilier CMMBl Asm Perft.tly Pur tnj Etlialle, ad aiifd;'. r-ndy tor innciiial M. TS CHZAI. EST Sating Porjtr tst WORLD, ud it VJLL ZSIP 0.1 UJtD OS SEA, im enjr ciimau, fur yia-x 1: li w-U 'jp(eil io til. v of Hnutekfrptrt, UlAerf, V Lr.nrrt. Emigrants, At and li tn fct. In rrry my f. Ox BEST TEA jr POWDXR tA 'far 1.W Sitrkm, th Camp, f Gait." BOLD BT OROTERS 4 DE.tLKRS EVFRTWHERr. Mairaracta.-e'U br IlOOLEV ft BEivrTTEK, 9 NEW STREET. NEW-YORK ers and geuera It is Master efore ordered, by the Clerk and it nubiicatlou be :...uie for thirty e Memphis Appeal, notifying ail iriug to make tiilr appearance ie courthouse of Ui ? Second Chan¬ cery Court tn the cuyoi iiemi uis, or before the first Monday in June, show cause. If any they have, why the prayer of said petitioners should not be granted ; upon failure so to do tne same will be heard exparte, and letters of incorporation granted as praved for. Done at office this April 19, PC!. M. 1). L. STLWART, Clerk and Master. By ttko. MALLDtY, Dep. Clerk and Master. H umes it Poston. solicitors. apJt . I pro' and i den. Also, another tract, known as the u Isler tract," situate adjoining Memphis, and i" described and designated as lots A and F and north part of lot E of John C. MeLemore's subdivision of the west acres of division No. b, containing 3W acres of the John Rice grant, and the portions thereof, now decreed to be sold, are numbered aud designated upon (lie plan of the W. O. Lane subdivision of said Is:er tract. as follows: Numbers J. 1,. 1. .. ji.u.'.---. i:. -.!. -,dS, 7. si. -J. sJ,W. Iwl, ltd, ICC. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 10s, iu, ; io, ui, iii u, Lit- m. ls. ib, ij, uo, ui. IV. IXi, Ut, ISi, l ki, 157, l.St, 139, 140, together with any other lots in said subdivision that may remain unsold by T. S. Ayree, as staled In the bill, all of which lands are In the county of Shelby, Tennessee. Sale oetweeu twelve and three o'clock p.m. Tetna ot Sale On a credit of six and twelve mouths: purchasers executing notes with ap- ccurlty; lien retained; equity oi re- Petition for Incorporation. M Eat Jackson, Sols. r. Clerk and Master. ;or com pin 'ts. ap!3 -In the Second Chancery Court oanty .Tennessee, is. . B. Bryan. Sam. Tate. Sam. RAILROADS. Stockholders' Meeting. OrricE Sblm.v. Marion Memi his R.K.co. i Memi-hls. Tens , April at, 17:(. ) SPECIAL meeting or the Stockholders ot this Company is hereby called to convene at the office of the Company, In the city oi Memphis, Tenn., on ThurMlar. Hay M, 1873. A full attendance ts desired, as business 01 great liupoitance will ceme b tore the i-onven- tion. N. B. FORRIST, President. H.D. Bi lxi.ky, Secretary. myl As)Cil poses a to deal fuel, a sale of by bo; leof "The : emphis. Ten of the said ; aud seii in i-oal and wood. In t all kinds of timber. shingles, and the like, with privilege of renting, holding, and selling all or any real est appurtenances, &umcieut tor their bus.ness; to purchase an tugs, towboats, barges. Bats, or all purposes connected with tl otherwise; and to purchase leasii lie. bi an.! ind Chancery Sale of Real Estate. NOTICE. Orrica ) Memphis asb TmatnK Railimap Co., !- Vicksburg, Miss., May 7, ln ) t)T There will be a meeting of the Stock¬ holders of the Memphis and vicksburg Rail¬ road Company, at my office, on Wednesday . the lSh Day ot June, 1H73. for the purpose or electing Thirteen (13) Di¬ rectors to serve for the ensuing year. ruylO WM. A. FAIUCHILP, Sec'y. No. 20KH, R. In the Chancery Court of Shelby County. William F. Hardiu et al. vs. Thos. J. Cogswell. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale entered In the above cause December 24, DBS, I will sell at public auction, to the high¬ est bidder, in front of the Clerk aud Master's oilice, Orcenlaw Operahouse, Second street. Memphis, Tennessee, ou Saturday, June 14, 1ST3, within legal hours, the following described property, situated tn Memphis, Shelby coun¬ ty, Tennessee, iwiwet u i.iuucu ami i ((uieiie-e, oil Main street, to-wit : Lot No. 1, as per com- j missioner's report, made out and filed therein : Beginning at the southwest corner of Main and Linden streets; thence south with the j west Hue of Main street 90 feet to a stake; i thence west parallel with Linden street one) hundred and fifteen 1 115) feet to a stake on the I east side of a private alley 10 feet wide ; thence I north with the east line of said alley 90 feet to the south line of Linden street; thence east with the south line of Linden street 115 feet to the beginning-allotted to James M. William¬ son. Lot No. J Beginning at a stake on the west line or Main street, 90 reet south of the south-1 west corner of Main and Linden streets ; run- i . . 1 ertr.lV, n((h (hd n-uw, llnu ,,f Uui ums liieiiee "so. ........ . u . , Melon street 120 feet to a sutke; tnence west at rtgnt i SX-TI.,,; cc arrives &t Mt mphW- 8:30 a.m h nee with the cist line of said alley, north: South. s-.utheast j ; wardly 120 fcs-l to a stoke; thence east ward !y i 113 feet to the tK glnnlng allotted to William I F. Hardin. Xerius of Sale On a credit of seven and thirteen mouths; purchaser to execute notes With approved security, 11m retained to se¬ cure same; eqnitv of redemption barred. This March 29, 1S73. EDMUND A. COLE. Clerk and Master Humes i Poston, Attorneys. my 13 South ksn Railway si tram- nl ! J I Frisco Memrbls and Charleston R. Memphis, Tenn., April 12, l73.) MEMPHIS & CHARLESTON R.B. CHANGE OF TIME COMMENCING Saturday, April 12, 1870. TRAINS WILL RUN A3 FOLLOWS: Mall Train leaves Memphis. ll:50ajn Mali Train arrives at Memphis i iit a.ni Express Train leaves Memphis 6:00 ajn Express Train arrives at Memphis M :5e' pJB Grand Junction and Mobile Aocom- modation leaves Memphis....- gHWpjn Grand Junction and Mobile Accom- arrlvea at Memphis 7:10 p.m SomtvvlUe Acc.leava Memphis. 4:4opjn AN ACT tochaDgethe County Line between ih,-1 on n ties ol Knox and cuion. Section 1. Be it enacted by the O'enernl As¬ sembly of the Stan of Tennessee, That the oounty line of Knox and Union counties be ,j clianged as to iuclude all ol the farm of James McHame, on which he now lives. In the county of Knox ; the said Mcllaffle desir¬ ing "-aid change, as shown by his petition; Provided, That no'hing In this act shall be so construed as to reduce Union county below Its constitutional limit, nor bring the line thus designated nearer the courthouse of Union county than eleven miles. Section 2. Br it further enacted. That this act take eflect from aud after its passage, the public welfare requiring it. Passed March 21, 1T3. u, W.H. McG AtrOHEY, Speaker of the House of Representatives. A. T. L.CLY, :-(((. aker of the Senate. Approved March 21. 173. JOHN C. BROWi, Governor. I certify that the foregoing is a true copy of an act ol the General Assembly of th State of Tennessee, the original of which is now on file In mv office. CHAS. N. U1BBS, erjArofstte. NOTICE. I HAVE this day sold to ROBERT GALLA- WAY my entire halt interest lu the OMNIBUS LINE of Patterson 4 Patton. The debts and liabil- tieswlll be settled by P. M. Patterson. J re¬ turn thanks to the public for a liberal share of patronage, and most repectfully solicit a con¬ tinuance of the fame for my successors. ST, N. PATTON. HAVING this day purchased the interest of T. N. Patton in the OMNIBUS BUSI- Nb.ss and we heiug the only authorised geuts of the Memphis and Charleston and Memphis and UtUe Ttock Railiuads I would respectfully solicit." cont iu nance or the same to the new flrut ol P. M. Patterson A Co. my 9 EOBERTG ALL s. WAY. 7BiDUfS shorter to Chattanooga than via any other route. . ,, Sure connection at Chattanooga for all points East, the Caroltnas, Georgia, and all Seaboard Cities. -j Ticket Office, 27H Main it., and at Depot. apl3 W. J. ROSS. Generpl Superintendent. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE AUD GREAT SOUTHERN RAILROAD. SCHEDULE: Express Train leaves daily, Sundays exeeDted. Mail Train leaves dally.. Brownsville accommodation leaves MM 1 Ha p.ra 4 :40 pan daily, Sundays excepted.. WNo change of cars by this line for Louls- r is asnvuie. i uitmna ra.ic ville, St. Louis or sleeping-cars ou ail uignttrains. mtr For Tickets or information apply at Ticket Office, No. 2S7 1-8 Mala Street. JOHN T. FLYNN, Bop't Memphis Dlv. James Spk.d. Ticket Aeut. Jali DENNI" PATEST DUirriau iass. nvrr am millions have been used within the past ten years, without (complaint of ls by tag becoming detached. All Express Companies us.- ihciu. SiolU iy rriaiera ana buiiki- rr Everywhere. apl FULL WEIGHT BUCKETS Family Lard DEALERS AND CONSUMERS WILL And our Lard cheaper than abort weight packages. PROCTOR GAMBLE, Cincinnati, Ohio. BRODK 4 COOPER, Agents. xfAUaort NOTIOB. THE public are lnfotined that the Mercan¬ tile Library is now Issuing, to both ladles I and gentlemen, Certificates of Memburship. I entitling the owner to -ill the benetits of the Association, on the following terms, viz: Semi-annual membership S cash Annual membei-shlp 10 cash Ten years' membership 3) cash Life membership lui cash Members of the Reading Rooms As-o it;cn are reooested to call and get their certificates in the Library as soon as is Maibie from EUGENE K. JON b.s. seereuury. nryll No. 20 Madisou - k et. P- be snbscribeii, and :., i,a:-l r.i organization of said association: the said stock to be sur- cribed iu shares ot one uundred uouars eacn. It is therefore ordered, by the Clerk and Master, That nnblieatlon be made for thirty days, in the Memphis Appeal, notifying all persons desirins to make their appearance herein, at the courthouse of the Second Chan¬ cery Court, in the city of Me or oelore lue ursi .il'uu.o ( show cause, if anv they have. nf a,i.l notltioTtrs should HO", be tiril iiimii rsjfnra so to do the same will be heard e. May 10, 1X73, Cluuiecry Sale of Real Estate. No. fS; R. First ( hancery Court of Shelby county. W. G. L. Adams vs. L. B. Adams etal. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale entered in the above catse Mays. 1ICS. I will sell at public auction, to the high est bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's oice, tjreeniaw Operahouse, Second street, Memphis, Tennessee, ou Sat onlay, June 14, 1H73, M. within legal hours, the fouowiug described nesse'e', fifth civil district of said county! lg a part of subdivision Dof the original ntv lot No. -"1113: Beginning at the north- . corner of said subdivision D, running nee wesiwardly along the line of Alabama el 49 feet: thence southwardly parallel h eastern boundary of said subdivision D eet; thence east wardly parallel with Pop- street 49 feet to the eastern boundary oi I subdivision D: thence northwanJly with 1 bouudary line 116 feet to the beginning ch said property is now known as 2i bama street and is the same lot or parcel and conveved hy Rowland A. Hughes to Is C. Horvtlle. bv deed dated March 7, l5s. -rtus of Sale One third QQ cash; balance a credit of one and two 1 and 2 years; r with approved security roinired; lien dued to further secure same. etc. EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. Brown Hill and D. M. Geo. B. Peters, Jr. Scales, Attorneys. ., on and rayer i xpar'.e. This ! By Crabtrf.f. Bei I M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. iek, O. C. and M. myl LEGAL. Public Printing. CJEALEB PROPOSALS will be received at ,1 the o;nce ot tne aecreiar.- t,i the 5th day of June, next, Nashville, until the Public Printing or tne suite 01 leunessee and on that day tbe contrac wi.i tie awaroen to the lowest bidder therefor, under the law. No bid will be considered at a higher price than is uow allowed, under the provisions of the Cede as modified by an act passed Decem- Eaih bidder shall file With ais bid aspect, men page of letter-trresB such as he proposes to employ In executiag the- public work. April M, 173. CHAS. N. GIBBS, Secretary of State, WM. MORKti W. Treasurer, W. W. HOBBS, Comptroller, apS fr Commission' "-Intttn. Chaucerj Sale of Seal Estate Saturday, May 31. IMS. No. 4230 Iu the Second Chancery Court ot J. Kestou et al. Shelby county, Tennessee, Isaiah Stout vs. B Y virtue of an order of sa!- made in the above cause on the 2d April, I5. i will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk's office of the Second Chancery Court. Ureenlaw Opera House, second ..treet, in the city of Memphis, Ten¬ on Executrix Notice. HAVING been duly qualified as Executrix of Jacob N. Moon, deceased, all persons having claims against said decedent are herebv notified to present the same within the time prescribed bylaw or the same will be barred ; and all persons indebted to said es¬ tate are herecy requested to come forward and 'oake settlement at once, myl H M. MOON, Executrix. SATURDAY, MAT SI, 187S, within legal hours, the following described real estate, to-wit : situate In Uermantown, county of Shelby. State of Tennessee, and bounded as fellows: On the east by Bridge street on plankroad ; on the north by the scop lot owned on the 12th day of April. ISOD, by L. A. Rhodes; on the west by street, and on the south by a lot belonging on the 12th April, iseo, to Mrs. Iouisa A. James, formerly Mrs. Miller, con¬ taining cue acre, more or less. This May 8, 1873. Ternis of Sale Cash. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. Wilson A Beard, Sols, for complnt. my9 Chancery Sale of Real Estate Insolvent Notice. HAe the Con Tenne ested the in H. Cham be t Clerk of . said Clerk hav publication be made in some fished In said county, and all of the ised, to county, red that er pub- 3 court- notify all persons having claims l rie SiUdr appearand file I enticateel in the mat or before the second ind any claim not 1 ON Saturday, May 04, 1S?3. No. 38S1. R. D.- In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby coanty, Tennessee. James M. Hart vs. E. P. Bates and Florida J. Bates. BY virtue of an order of sale made in the above cause on the 20th November, lsTj, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front of the Clerk's office of the second Chancery Court, Greenlaw Opera House, Second street, in the city of Memphis. Teur. -sr. on Saturday, May , 1ST3, within legal hours, Uie following described real estate, to-wii: si'.uate. lying and being Shelby and state of siou described as follows: Beginning twentv - Ave i35 feel south Memphis andt MM east side oi TreieM south with eAst nn on or before said day, or be tion ot the funds, shall be I lu law and eauity. This M ap- J.M.CREW: an appropna- r harred.boih iriiinlstrator. ELLIOTT & LITCHFIELD, HISK factory Gonoral XTxpixoltox-y No. 131 Second Street. HOME MANUFACTURERS of all kinds of Mattresses. Furniture Repaired and Var- n inked. Mmuilo Bars made Io order. Ooods packed and shipped. apas lu the coanty of ssee, and being :oi - tvadncK suooiv:- south side of tiie Railroad and on the venae, and running ud avenue to Carne lence east with north line of said fames avenue 10-70 chains and ;.i,S- o -take; thence north 15-10 chains and links to a slake 25 feet south of the Mem¬ phis and Charleston Railroad: thence west within feet of said railroad to the begin¬ ning: containing 18 i4-ioO acres, being same property conveyed to said F. J. Bates by w. P. Deaurick by deed recorded in Register's office of Shelby county, in book No. W, pages dS7.8and9. Terms of Sale On a credit of seven months ; note with approved security; lien retained; eqnitv of redemption barred. This April 1st;. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. Hnmes A Boston, Sola, lor compln t. ap39 Administrator's Notice. ITAVING been duly qualified U. tratar oi w imam croak, persons havine claims aninst are hereby required to exbioit the within the time limited by law, or the same will be barred; and all person indebted to said estate are notified to settle forthwith. W. L. CLAPP. Adm r. 15 Union at, Memphis, April , 1ST sarin puis, April 24, tsr