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THJS MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-MONDAY, JTHSTE 9, 1873. MEMPHIS APPEAL TES Or SUBSCRIPTION DAILY: One copy, one month, by mall One copy, six mouths, by mall One eory.oae year, by mall Onecop , one wMt 1b ty ..... WEEKLY: One copy, one year t lair, at Ten or more, each. OO . 10 OO 25 S.r-u i. n rojH. f srf net of chary. i i. r mnil bonlcsnre "!, rmf not m one postofflce Jfi res should bs girtn. RATES OF ADVERTISING IN DAILY APPEAL: M insertion, persqasre 1 subsequent insertions, per square M Fbrtwo or inmr fjitart.- u ,-eduetionosiatit ratri in proportion, ight line solid notijfirrU snake one sqv'irr. U JO cents per line for fir st in line ptr week, and V2 cents scrtvm, lo cents pe per line per month. Wants etc.. are 10 cents per line jirtt in'crti''" and 5 cents per tine eo-h subsequent insertion. Death ami Harriot noHers free Of charge, but funeral notices, obituaries, and c;mpam-ni-ary notices of marringrt, art chmord at wr'" rates. ', We mil not accept any aTrtisement lofolT w reading matter. First or Fourth poor edrT4iwi"li. station ary, double rate. We solicit letters nr..' r "1 " ntcations upon subjects of general inter. St. tut ssuh he arcomitanwd ni a We will not return All letters, eotnsm or th' Apjical, snds'Uluil cotuicste, to Ow . ted communications, ttions, or anything else tot be addressed to an.t th the office, but simply W unib's. 1nt. FINANCE AD TRADE. Middling Cotton 12 iVt'olS Sew York Exchange par to 1-4 Premium -Hold 117117 1-4. Corm Drooiting ("ornmeal Lower Oats Declined. Faaaelal Basinet Dnll Tub. R. R. H u-Kews. -Sale Miss, and -Monetary iotif.it ETerywhre Unchaiifred Fu tures Weaker sales I00 Bales. of Fir r or th f Daily Aitkai., i SA.-rTaiAY,May 31, 1SI3. i HIAMIAL The last day of the month, and a very dull dav among the tanks, who could io with mitre good paper than is otter ing. Iu the street the proximity of the 1st causes I change was tj i a uece rates. The 117 for of in the wi M.-ifcit'Pi and at Five otfeTiiii The ju nal trom toe The Baltiui Te . Memphis City at oT-ifjpoo." Tl Friday repf.rtB: are quite firm, a keL Dealer- l.u 97." Theldttk' i.-j.ort.- State -'-r o3U Wd; ?upjM levee bond and mauii. hulaski r funds. Ex- roe, and shipping curren y profess: no change in kero were paying 117(2l The only sale we beard f aecurities was MiOOMis anessee second-mortgage city currency bonds were at5fb, January coupon attached. elow are mostly uomi auity of transactions. mcrvxm, 28tb, report.-: irxes were again quoted ' Nashville Banner of Comptroller's warrant id -..tree on the mar r at itS(a : and sell at Hock Gazette of Friday a in some demand, 3t lto be for speculation: oupon nominal, no de county scrip iu very littk demauil. and at lower figures than u,ost h"iier- are v. illitig t. accept." Tile St. Louis JlepulAican of Friday says: an easy feeling in bank cir-li-count rates are on the de nks report an increase in nk bulances, and depositors' 'iv nave' uir.a-e.i rarteiy. The demand for leans .u hiKtness paper i- v -oil. but not of saffifieut amount t.. keep up rale- We uofe c.'es, aud cLue. H country in i.alauces 1 uuin- for cin-i cutty in gellinj; s percent. CaJ and offered at Yrk Herald of Parties bavmg any ration have do diffi leir want.- .-.ujiplied at money is aoundant. per cenL" The New e-lnesdav save of the o!d Kiaii" ;;iin is the olijt ctnf so much attention: '-The clique continues t manage the market iu a mysterious manner, aud it is at preaent next to ini i.sMti!e to prohe theJr secret. Itissaid that the 'pool' this morning purcbased all the gold that was ottered at US'. 118J, and from their immense accumulations may at will control the market. It is nni In their interest, however, to do to ut be the present time, nor will their plans linveloned. iu all probability, until later iu the s ahilitv of th fuby tesiod tlie receipts Uent lialati Memphis two ast-dut ..vii. Mem j iti ,.hi Ut: M. pas i ( hatle nii.rta jd mo raMr. m lond , ditto 1 sequence is, we are not ahle to success fully compete with Chicago iu the mar kets of the east.'' Ttie same paer also says: "We call tbt atteuliou of our shipper! to the fact t at at the present time loth barges ant- steamers are car rying flour to New Orleaus for 25 cents per barrel. The distance Is ia miles, (irain in bulk will lie taken by the i .urges at a cut rate, probably, ao that there maybe mouey in making ship ment f.ir speculative account "' Kga were active at 1415c; in St. Ixwis they are dull and lower at llia.il; in Cincin nati ISfo 14 Tor fresh. Chicken are uot not abundant, choice mixed and all hens sell at $55 spring at fii c, accord ing to aixe. The Bt. IjOu 1s jiajiers quote tbem: '"Quiet, unchanged. Spring at i2 2.V.. S 30: old at S3 for cocks, j.; 25( ,'i 30 ffir mixed, and $a 76 for hens. Hate 12 coops at $3 76. Very small spring not wanted and unsalanle at unything near onr lowest quotations.' BtUier is drooping at our quotations, fur some su perior "King's butter" 23c was obtained. The St. Louis papers reiort: "Market unsettled and irregular. Near-by stock plenty, dull and selling lower poor 'nixed aud iight-colored from !y 10 to 12vl4c, and utt yellow at 16()17c. Choicest northern dairy in demand at 20c In tabs; fancy packages, one or two at a time, 21(S 22c.' In Cincinnati "there is an increase in the receipts, and the tone of the market is to lower fig tire. Western Reserve fancy yellow sells at from 22 to 23c: Central Uhio21(.j. 2c. Round lots sell at 17( l&c; mixed butter lie" Vegetable generally are dull at former quotations. There ap iHrs to he a disposition to take hold of tilled fruit speculatively, 40 sacks of dried apples were taken at 3tc; St.. Louis l-ipers report: "Some of the principal buyers out and market slower. Choice scarce and salable: Inferior plenty and dull. Sales: 40 sacks fair apples at 3c, 6 aacks halves peaches at 5c." New )otaloe are quiet for shipped; St. Lonis reports of Friday say: "Supply increas ing aud prices declining. Potatoes from $3 30 for poor to 3 75W 4 for good to choice, aud ouions at ?4 .W. 5 per bbl." Bacon and all articles of ihe bog pro duct remain as quoted yesterday, but the tone of the market appears rather more favorable. Iu New Orleans mess pork is dull aud nominal, held at$17 60; clear sides Hi . i 0c; in New York mess dull at 1 024; iu Chicago mess in fair itemanti and advanced $16 12j bid,? IU 23 ..Aiinmll,' uato.1 . I .... T-w i , I t ..... . 1 . til St. Louis mess is higher, nominally, S17 50, clearsides ; iu Cincinnati pro visions are a shade firmer, mess held at bib 3tti.. 16 75, with little offering; bacou firmer at 9J(5.91c, but generally held at j,Jc higher. (noiatttms are Jor round lots unless ofh crwie expressed; and for feed and produce, levee rates. For small pur chases and orders, rates art propor tionate! higher: Baoo Clear sides, 10c; clear rib, )QHi , shoulders, iC? 7;c; eugar-cured-bams, canvassed, 14,13?; breakfast bacon, eanvassed, ll12c. UOOJftM0 Matekiais Louisville cement, per bbl. .". . 2 73; plaster. Mich., $4; New Y'ork, $4 30; Koseudale, S3 50fa3 75; hair, if 2 2-3 per 40 lb. bale; lire-brick, t87 pel 10o; Alabama lime, !.y the car-load. i 30(S 1 60. "Balimo STfFKS Bagging, 2 and 2J jxiunds, HjsWc; iron ties, 8(6ic; baling twine, l-Ui 15c. Beeswax 28c per lb. Bkan Sales of 200 sacks at $14 50. Beans Mixed, $2 50; navy, $3. Bitter Good table at 1618c; choice, 21(?i23c. Corn Sales of 20o sks mixed, new gunnies, at 36c, 140 yellow at 57c; 79 mixed at 57 Jc; 140 white at 68c. Coknmeal Sales of two car-loads at $2 62; 125 bbls at $i 63. Coffee We quote at 22(523c for Rio, according to quality; fancy 26c. Candles Light aud full weights per pound, UfftMo, Cheese Western ami factory, 14 13c; English dairy, 18( i lbjc. Dried Frvit Apples, 5t 6f-;peach-es, 4J(rt.5jc. Sale of 40 sks apples at 3Je. Fxkis Active at 141 3c ; -ales of 14 boxes at 14c. FloVR X, $3 73(5)6 60; XX, $6 7.3(3 7 50; XXX 60; family, $8 75. 9 60; fancy, $Kk. 10 60. Gunnies New, 18Jc: second-hand, choice, 15c; common, 12c. Grockkies Soda, 8f; for keg, and 9c for box. Starch, -Vnojc per lb. Ger man a. .a L. 64(a,7ic. Ivice, N i Mo, as in j quality. Hafi refined sugars. 12ij(" 13c; lojteu kettle, s; lie; yeUfiw clarified, 101 111c; white do, 11312Jc. HaT Firmer at $20 for common, medium timothy $23. HoMtNV s-1 00(2,4 23 ier bbl. Labd In tierces, 9i(iic; kegs, lOu, lojc; iails, 10Jf 10Jc for refined. Lemons ami Okanoes Oranges, uoue. Lemoiis,$10. Mess Pokk Irregular; generally $1S I8 25. Molasses Prime to choice planta tion, 65f 70c; -fancy, SOc; common to prime sugarhouse syrup, ); fancy, 70fe75c. NAiia $5 25 to $3 30 rates. Oats Sales of b'J and 12 sks at 45c, 100 ottering fMtn store at 43c. Oiijs Coal oil, 24(n 25 per gallon; lard oil. S0(ii 90. ; West Virginia, lubricating. 50(i 60c. Powder Ride, il 23 per keg; shot, 2 S5(3 10. Potatoes -Sound $1 75(o 2 per single bbl ; per bushel 75c. Pui'LTRY Chickens, i .ixc-1 ti- 00; wiUQout ttiem od(fj j,eus J-3 30. Spring chickens ; Kea, 57fi 3S. Mem- Salt Wholesale rates are 3-bushel , January 80, July i l(bIg jo 0.3; 7-bushel bbls, $3; Liverpool warrants, 8.V. "S7 ; aU(j sack salt, coarse $2, fine $2 25. EHETABi.K. New Potatoes 4 Wa per bbl; onions, $5 00(3)5 25. Haute, preferre.1,40; Chicago and AlUin, 100: Chicago and Alton, preferred, 110; Ohio and Mississippi, 41 A; Cleveland, lumtius and Cincinnati, i ; Jiuriing on and (iuincy. 101; Lake Shore, id ; Indiana Central, 30i; lUinois Central, 118; Union Pacific stock, 27 J: Central Pacific bonds, 103i; CnlotiPatdnc bonds, 8fiJ; Delaware and Lackawana, mij; Hartford aud Erie, 20 . NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, May 31. Sight ex change, I prem.; aterling exchange, 1281. LONDON. London. May 81 , 6 p.m. Consols, for money. 93j; on account, 94 ; 5-2flsof'6o, MT; '7. 04 ; HMO's, 8si; new 5,891; Erie, 49J. FRANKFORT. Frankfort, May 31. 5-20's '62, 95J. PARIS. Paris, May 31. Rentes opened atoOf. ( OTTOS MARKETS OF THE WORLD. the nnau.-iai shall be more euts iu trade, id the conse- jry." s. 5 with the NEW YORK. New York, May 31, 10:30a.m. Cot ton doing nothing: prices unchanged; ordinary, 141c; good ordiuary,16c; low middling, 18rc; middling, 19ic; Alaba ma, 19c; Orleans, 19fc; Texas, 20c; futures doing nothing; June, 1n;c; July, 18;c; August, 180; September, 17fc all nominal. 12:05 p.m. Cotton quiet; ordinary, 14rc; good ordinary, 16Jc; low mid dling, 18J; Middling, lwjc; Alabama. 19ic; Orleans, 10jc; Texas, 2fc; sales, to spinners, 74 bales; futures, 83i)0 bales; last evening exports, 300 bales; spin ners, 25 bales. Futures firm; June, 18 lb16c: July, 1831-32c; August, 18 15-lOc bid. Cotton report for oue day at all the United States ports: Receipts, 4-P bales; stock, 309,017 bales. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, May 31, 11:30 a.m. Cotton: demand moderate; middling, lSfelvc: no sales. 2 p.m. Cotton demand moderate : sales, 600 bales; middling, 18180; re ceipts, 21&0 bales. LIVERPOOL. Liverpool, May 31, 11:30 a. m. Cotton dull; uplands, 840; Orleans, OJaid. 1 p.m. Cotton quiet; uplands,&,d ; Or leans, M5.9jd; sales, 10,000 bales; for ex port and speculation, 2000 bales. NASHVILLE. Nashville, May 31. Cotton dull; good ordiuarv, lSigl4c; low middling, 16fel6SrC. LOUISVILLE. Louisville, May 31. Cotton quiet; low middling, 17c. ST. LOUIS. St. Locis, May 31. Cotton dull: middling, 18c. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, May 31. Cotton steady at ISrc. CHARLESTON, May 31. Cotton quiet; middlings, 171c; low middlings, 17ic; good Ordinary, 16iS164c; ordi nary 13(nd 3 Jc; net receipts, 187 bales; exjiorts coastwise, 307 bales : sales, 200 bales; stock, 17,432 bales. DRY GOODS MARKET. CD tor 411 Lm-alltlea anil llmra A true speclflc Is adapt ! Ui nil loct and chnifls, and f.ir Ihl retain, that It at at tbi causative prlnclpl af the U wbtcti it Is administered t cure. Hnit Htomacb Bitters, for example, Is a truetpt not only beeans.- it forTifles UielKKlyau tlie external tntlnences wt ease, bat because, wUea talc Instead of as a preventive, tafeetive principle In tbe h destroy the jirimary source Heure as an antidote toap and to ail complaints whlcl ai;xrvaled by miasma, or auythiog deieterlooa in the tltu soil. It la an neajlv lnlj. dlclnal preparation can be. try, a a remedy for inter: ious affection, coustipatit volts weakness, rheuinaUs biltty, tt Is unrivaled HOTELS. SUMMER RESORTS. H.;itter a uetpecidc. dy atpilnsi rompt dla a remetly, raises the ANTHONY HOUSE. c' it in the troples aa a pre, fevers. re prod aced or e presence of r, the water or ble aa any me onr own conn pni fevers, bil lyspepula. ner nd general de em ceteorn.!. ntlTe of maianons SPECIAL NOTICED. Howard AaanelnSInn, C'btladeiphin, fa. An in-ttttitlon having & aigh reputation lor honorable eondiiet and proresraonal skill. Acting Hurgeon, J. 8. HOU'.iHTON, M. V. E says for Young Men aent free of charge- Address- HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No.2tonth Ninth St., t'htladelphia. Pa. LLNDLEY k WHIFPS, PROPRIETORS, LITTLE ROCK, ABE. I ear Tins Hotel is newly furnished throughout. The table will he tound Inferior to none in the Eastern cities. Persons visiting Little Hock can have their baggAge checked to the AN THONY, on application to the baggage mas ter on train, aa- We eiui.lov no runners. Nr beach's Haadrake Wlla. These pills are compoMxl exclu-ively of vegetable Ingre dients, and although they entirely supersede the use of mercury, do not leave any of j te In jurious effects. They act directly npon the liver, and are a valuable remedy in all cases of derangement resulting from a disordered state of tnat organ. Li ver Complaint, H ilous Disorders, Indigestion, Kick Headache, Ty phoid Fever, etc., etc.. all succumb to the fre use of rcheuck's Mandrake Pills. For sa le by all druggists and dealer. BATCH ELOfcCS H AIR DTE. TUia splendid Hair Dye la the best i the world. The only True and ."erfect Dye. Harm less Reliable and Instantaneona; no disap pointment; no ridiculous tlutor nnpieosanl odor. Remedies the ill effects of bad dyes and washe-. Produces lain:. '.ir.-.i.; a sx.perb Bi-.lk -k .S en ka:. But and leaveathe halr.CLE.vM, storT and Beau rirut. The fsn uine'slgned W. A. Batchelcr. t-old by alltlrui BisU. CHAM. H.lTi Ht.LO! Prop r, N. Y. FRANKLIN HOTEL AND COLEMAN HOUSE RALEIGH SPRINGS, TEMM. rpHE nnderslgned has much pleasure in in X forming his friends, and thn public gene rally, that the- above houses are now open for the reception of visitors. Having bad considerable experience in the hotel business, be feels Justified In soliciting from his trteuds their patronage and tntlu ence, premising that no effort shall be spared to relieve the wants o: his guests. M. MckEOtiH, Proprietor. ON THE BtEAKFAST. LUNCHEON, .JIN NEK AND SUPPBR TABLE, LEA dt PERKINS Worcestershire Bunce IS INDISPENSABLE. JOHN 0FSI'AJPS SONS, New Tor . Agents tnr th.- tTnitcd States. DRAWING. New York, May 31. Tbe're was a very slow trade movement to-day with jobbers and manufacturers' agents. Brown and oleached cottons were very quiet, but steady in price at reduced quotations. Denims were In fair de mand and well sold up, but other col ored cottons were dull and weak. Corsets jeans were dull and rolled jaconets less active. Job lots of prints were selling freely, but regular goods were sluggish. Dress goods were Inactive. Dry goods imjort- for the week were $1,057,804, or less than half the amount of the cor responding week for the last two yars. PRODUCE MARKETS. LIBRARY GIFT CONCEIT A Full Drawing Certain $500,000Tn BANK To r."V G-iftas. 10,(Hi0 Cash Gilts Paid in Full $100,000 for Only $10 KSOrtJH of the 1U),UOO tickets Issued foi the THIRD fiKAND OUT CONCERT, in aid of the Public Library of Kentucky, having i beeusi.Id to insure a tun drawing, and the wist havlug been universally expressed hat the H,00ii cash gifts offered should be drawu in fall and paid In lull without any scaling down, as heretofore, the management, vltn the concurreace of the trustees, nave deter mined to allow ninety days more lor the ale of tbe remnant of tickets left on hand. Toe eonce;t and dislribulian advertised for April 8th is therefore postponed to Tuesday. Juy s, 18T3, on which day, and no other, they -will positively and unequivocally take place in Public library Hall, Louisville, Ky. At this grand concert the following cash etlts will be distributed by lot and paid in full I to the ticket-holders who draw them : Oue eirsud Cash cntt IWtMJU' METROPOLITAN HOTEL, Little Rock, Arkansas. CENTRALLY LOCATED. COB. MAIM AND MARK HA X STS. ONLY FIRST-CLASH HOTEL IN THE city. Postofflce, Stage, Railroad and steam beat Offices In the balluing. Express office opposite. The usual reduction made In Commercial Travelers' bills. K. A. DEUEL, late of Interaational Hotel. Jacksonville, Florida, MIKE BOS EN fbief Proprietor and Manag-r myri u.t erk. JOB PRINTING. IOCATION Six hoars run from Lonlarvllle, j on the Knoxviiie Branch 01 the Louisville ami Nashville Railroad. w Open for Visitors. BOARD J12 per week during the montlv.of Jane and September. On July L-t our new and oommouious brick hotel building, supplied wltb all modern ooa veoieucea, water, gas. etc., will be thrown open to the public, and every effort made to assure the eom'ort and welfare of guest. Tbe Hutel Season will close September 1st, and on the LWh of September the .Second Session of "CttAB OltCHARD SPRINGS COLl.K(1K" tor young ladies, will open, in cuargo of Pro. Jso. F. T.huaut and Lanv as Principals, assisted by a full corps of efficient Instructors. Parents having daughters to educate are especially urged to visit the Springs during theaeafon; and for information in regard to tbe school, will addrets, by mall, the Prin cipals. For Crab Orchard Springs Hotel pamphlet anil circular-, aijurei SHELBY A rHOREL,, Proprietors. dw Crab Orchard. Ky. IDEA SPRINGS! THOUSANDS OF PERSONS WHO HAVE visited these celebrated Springs in years past, will be glad to learn tnat ample pro vision has been niaJ-' for their accommoda tion during the present season. I have hullta Large and Elegaatlj Arranged floose, within oue hnndred yards of th will be pleased to receive anil friends and the seek' rs arte pleasure generally. The bouse all new and complete. THIS NOTED WATERINU well and so favorably known unnecessary to say anything In my A a Springs, and entertain my health and and furniture PLACE U ao that I deem It eulogy. . R. WIOOS. CATOOSA SPRINGS, fiA. THE OREAT FOUNTAIN F HEALTH AND PLEAS (THE. w Board, Fifty 30 DasJbara per Month. For analysis and descriptive pamphlet, ad-dres- W. C. HEWITT, Propr, myS Catoosa Spring. ILL BE OPENED FOR THE BECEP- tion of Visitors June I, IS73. FRANKLIN JOB PRINTING HOUSE 1 '' f MONETARY AND FINANCIAL. and ' t m e.-.-i- tatir. st-ck. Is. ge Is.nds, bHl ; ditto 3d war- .i 1 i L..Hal railr.rad -ck.la i 14; ditto 1-t tiu.rtgage Umds, -7 . jlltto d ini.rtgage, 83. Mls nwsipjii leT bono, SS. New fort tide r.i liolida; Vi.rk JlIIII.V. i&texl 10J as Issfore, Isit ar. I.iverpofil repeated ittott. .l it i- Whitsun i, .-re will become at Is-' 1-;. . In our market few tuy- era t-re euiuiring l.r n.Unu, uui one or tun of those who did ao, bought with some lils-rality. and sales remeh.-d 000 bairn Hales were coin-of tlower lot at 7c, low aWiiuarj at Vc, good ordinary at 15c, strict gtssl ordinary at , I6c, and low middling at 17c. Xbeae aalea are at former rates, and wt re.oeat fjuoUti .us: 7, f Laar aald- t 17- S-ite- I Middling..... 17.i4ls- inferior Ijovt .-rd . irdiuary.:l UOOli Oili 1 keceipt- - -oilpnitall - stock loial tecelpU ui dale 'l olai nipeuts to date larroRTS lts7. '. UH ZlMl ...jatyew : v.i road... 1 1 road Jttle Kock railroad wagou and other sources. Memphis Mt-il'l deUlphl- kleU.phl- steamere r.-tnuaus. kl I'Ukln. alt mold anal bar euwu railroad ,--.-.. Memphis Mealilerf; 1..., 1.1 ,.. :r:;,i B lit i ail road railroad ... Sis OEBEatAI. M mhi l. lhit being the lati iy -f tbe month, ,nei-e was no disposition to tmy, when I UVi 'IK I'OUIO oe avumcu, ao a lima o. .'..iVtv days secured by making tmr- atter tlie nrst. l orn was uun, ha-. were made as low as 66c. sriavuia tUole New Orleans tiruj-7-Le vadlow and white: in New tOirtv i-bases aud pt The te er at S York I ago a Krida tsn NEW YORK. New York, May H . Moneti The mtiuey market was very easy to-day, opening at "percent, for call loans, and clotting at3(o,4 percent. Sterling Exchange Stronger, and prime lauikers advaucd rates to 10s,1 per cent, fur bo-days, aud lwi for sight. The actual business was at the couces son of 1-D'i to i from a.-king iu itations. There were inoications of a detnaud for remittance on account of call. I bonds, and no doubt the bankers advauced the rate- in anticipation of an increase in this demand before tin- . ioin f next Wedueaday'8 mail. The customs re ceipts to-day were $7,2M. Tbe syndi cate estimates that only ". ',isio in gold will be paid out iu the settlement of 5O,0O0,OU nve-twenty tiomls . ailed in for June 1. To-dav the assistant treas urer at this -lort pa'id out 3H ono.ism in gold on this account, Washington check- having been prcseuteil for the s,ime. The national lianks have suh s;rlbed fur eight millions of the new tivea, iiayaMe in gold, and the syndicate iias order- to buy gold therefor, but for -ome time past tht-y buve teu picking up i ailed bonds, which answer tlie same purpose foi the government ami facili tate the funding operation. Gold -Opened lower in the morning, anil declined from 118 to 117; but during the afternoon leeanie liirmer and rerovered to llfc-J at the close. Paid for carrying were 1, 2, 'i, 4 aud 5 per cent., aud lht lor borrowing. The as sistant treasurer has paid tie-day on account of interest and redemption 5U0 Isinds over 4,0U,Oui. During tbe week lt Ooo 3 perceut. certiflcatts were , redeemed with legal tenders, which leaves only 30,000 of these certificates I outstanding. Clearing ylaj, 449,000. Qovtmnunt Btt-ds Were dull but -U-ady all dav, dosing at tbe following quotations: United Htates i uupons, 'Sf, 1J; 5-20'a of '62, 116; 'fc4, 116; '05, llhi; new '65, 119; 'b7, 1J1J; cou puis if 1868, ll'Jj; new os, 115j; 10-40's, 114J; currency 6, 116J. .Southern Male HsMtirUib duiet ; leiineasees heavy : Missouri, Vi ; Tan- uessee, old, ho: lenuetsee, new, 701; I Virginia, uew, VugUiia, old, 43; j North Carolina, old, 28j; North Caroli na, new, 10. Sock ami Bonds Very dull, but be- i tweeu the hours ot iii and 1 dealings were more animated. The fluctuations I ..ut.-ide of Pacific Mail were only , to I eeul. up to nuuuav, out auei mat ire time a general advance of J to 1 i-er tout otut. 1-a.k j.lace. This, however, was wn davs on the ' partially If-., Wll at tue ciose prison - a cUSlomei. i 8. . J v at Sti 66. but I of the day. There wan 110 regular call T .i u-u this evcuinir. out of retinsct to the mem- a r,s.ur. w I , ,, ... ...,V- ,,f a is only added to the rail' dull condition ol ailalis. The market dosed as follows: t"an ten 00- Western Union Telegraph Co., 85c-' Quicksilver, S; Adams Express t oiiipaiiy, ; Weils a Fargo' Express ( iLupany, 80; American Merchant's Union Express Coiupany, 6Hj; United Statea ExisTtso tomimny, 70-1; Pacini Maii 10i; New Y'ork Central, 101 1; Erie,' bg; Erie, preferred, 7; Harlem, VW- Harlem, preferred, 130; Michigan Ceutral.lO-; Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and nreferred, 83; Kock Island, 1 V -J 1 snr. l-i-. r 1 i. . i . . v , i .ia' e 4-ii i r ii i p.i ni. i nu , ttu. instance is n,, . j V"J -Vr.'-ivLK.wi. Uiere. the raUways 554; bt- ram, !", -t, chaitke a leas ot ; wm"". ' , and the con-' Wayne, Si Terre Haute, 15; . seeking aa .--i it er tone, as nuoic eoru in t-etter demand, ir cash ruled tirmer. Oats that I . . r 1 , . . ... 1 . I '.. I . but St Louis tele .Km dull and drsjiiig, K.,a "is -!'' , hure f tbe iiiiouv per ,-losi 'ig at the inslue ug former flgure Uuj tlous. 444 is. m prairie, tha market, is or me ri showed i ,,f Friday ,i a. Bale : 300 n K-rsnonew let, ,Ih "n 801 '.' trly ,nt in en lowest depth. Bays: "C'ur Hour from Ctiii".4 " New York or 4-. tiv oauts per Miri The effect ot till .. I.olu for W.vrT ... .zi ri..,,. ijid urnlh TuXrU as tbey charge , western i., tit I amis, though .tr Ajrrivtsl rembngeafromthhag. irried by rail to j per barrel, while : arged frofeu here. rifiple trade not ! ti. ruilaiti'M . . , , r arl. Vnrlhuv.l, n to her ware- V-TMBafi'i H rT7i; u' Ft.rt Terre NEW YORK. New Y'ork, May 81.' Flour heavy; receipts, l.iKi: supertitie western and State, $5 65(t,6 15; common to good, 6 50t3',7 10; gootl to choice, $7 16(5 8 15; white wheat extra, $8 10(0,10 50: extra Ohio, $6 s010 60; Bt. Louis. $7 20(o 12 52: rye tiour quiet at $4 7Cv i; corumeal steady. Whisky imiet but steady at 03Jc. Grain Wheat heavy; receipts, 201,000 bushels; inferior spring, $1 35(a) 1 40; No. 3 Chicago spring, $115 1 W; No. 3 Milwaukee, i-1 50; mixed spring, 1 55; No. 2 Chicago tpring,$l 56 5S; northwestern spring, SI 58(S 1 on; No. I Milwaukee, ?1 ( 1 02; No. 1 do. to arrive next week, 0 nal 6V; white western, $2 10. Rye in moderate request; Canada, 06c. Barley and malt unchanged. Corn is heavy and declin ing; receipts, 137,000; new uiixed west ern, 63i(o 65c; soft western, 6J63c; yel low western, 651(S66c; white western, tic; old western mixed. 07(0,08' c. Oats are heavy and dull; receipts, 103,000; new mixed western, 4850e; white western, 56(S,57c; new black do., 48 49c. Eggs are in fair request ; western, 17(o 18c. Hay and hops are unchanged. Coffee strong"; Itio, 17i(lyic. Sugar active and easier; fair to good refining, SJc. Molasses quiet. Kice firm at Tlr-W'Sfc. Petroleum dull and lower; crude, 8jc; refined, 20c. Turpentine is lower, 45Jc Provisions Port is lowei ; uewmess, $16 02. Beef is steady and un changed. Cut meats are lower; shoul ders, 7jcc; middles dull; western long long dear, 9o,9i.c; hams, 12t I3e. Lard lower; western steam, 9c; ket tie, O'c Butter quiet and weak ; west ern, ltSla 24c. Cheese steady at 12o, 15'c CHICAGO. Chicaoo, May 31. Flour quiet aud unchanged. Wheat tipeued firm and closed dull and lower; No. 2 Chicago spring, $1 31. Corn is iu lair demand and firm, closing easier; No. 2, mixed closed to sellers at 38$c : regular on the s.ot at 39c; seller June, 42Jc; July, 441c bid, and yellow, 41(ayllic; rejected, 37Jc. Oats quiet and weak and lower; No. 2, 31jfta31ie; spot 31Ka?34c- for June. Rye quiet "and unchanged; No. 2, 68Jc Barley dull and nominal. Cloverseed quiet "and unchanged; timethy steady; salt of irime at 11 25. Whisky, buyers aud sellers apart, 90c bid; 91c asked. Pork steady .at $16(al 121 ; pot, $15 85(Vi 16, seller June. Lard steady, 8lc, cash or June. Bulk meats ateady; shoulders, ; slmrt-rib middles sold at 8c, seller July. Bacon fe steady; ham-, long-cut averaging 17 pounds sold at 14C ST. LOUIS. St. Loiib, May 31. Flour is dull; superfine winter, 4 25H4 75 ; ex tia -pn: j 75; tivtule extra w in ter, taBvnr, $7 : fancy, VsV75 only order demand Wheat dull aud unsettled : No. 4 red fall, -1 38(al 40 only aaujple lots sold. Coin steady; Ko. 2 mixed, S8jio39c, in elevator;' fit June, 12 1 1- Oats are dull and lower; N . 2, ! . -on tra.-k,32i(o33cIu elevator, Wo barley. Kve i- quiet; No. 2, 68c Whisky quiet ut tsH . Porkfjuiet at f 1675. Dry salt meats are quiet; loose shoulders, 6c. Bacon is dull; clear sides, loc. Lard nominal. Hogs quiet at $4 2-Vo 1 70. Cattle dull aud lower. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, May 31. Flour dull; superfine, 7 Js; treble extra, $7( 8; fam ily, fOW 10 25. Corn tjulet; mixed, 55c; yellow, 57c; white, 57(.-58c. Oats are quiet at 45(t46c. Brait dull at 75c. Hay easier; prime, ?21 ; choice, $25 Pork dull and nominal; held ..: 5150. Bacon is dull anil nominal, 7i;o 9l' 10c. Hams, l3(o,J4c. Lard is dull: tierce, 8('.9c; keg, 9j(o,10c. Sugar in fair demand; interior, Sc; lair to fully favir, 8(o 8i; prime, 9S9Jc,. Molasses none offering. Whisky dull and lower; ordinary western, 82c: Louisiana, 92c; Ciudnnati, 95c. UoITee firmer; ordi nary, 118; faff, 18K" lc; good, 19 la 19jc; prime, laid 20c. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, May 31. Flour is steady. $7 6tXa,8. Wheat quiet $1 4ai 50. Corn quiet at 47gs5tte. Rye nominal at 80c. t)ai- quiet, 37(c W . Barley nominal. Ortseries steady. t)ns nrm. .ggs quiet,13c Butter steady,l-" 2.J.i steatly, 12(a131c Provisions more ac tive. Mess pork quiet at $16 our .16 75, with littte offering. Lard quiet, and steam held at 8c; kettle, 8ft$8,c, with nothing doing. Bulk meats are strong, and shoulders held at 6jc; spot, 6c; dear rib sides held at SJc, with ligjit of fering; ,-loar rib held at 8jc. Bacon firm aud iu gtMsl tlemand ; sales shoul ders at TJc; clear rib aides, sales were at 9Jc, held at 9jc at close; clear held at 9Jc. Whisky firm at 89c, NASHVILLE. Nashville, May 1. Flour quiet; holder firm; extra family, S9C?9 26. Wheat dull and drooping, $ 501 55 ( lorn demand light, and holders firm at 58(o,.60c- iu depot, sacked. Rye and malt dull. Barley full prices asked, but there is no demand, at 80(g,85c. Oats are in light demand, aud holders firm at 45(o48c. Eggs heavy at ll()12c. Bulk meats are dull with light demand, shoulders, 7jc; clear rib sides, 9jc; clear, 9c. Baoou is dull; sbouluers, 81c; clear rib sides, lOJc; clear, lOJc Whisky steady at 9 93c. 5f.,UU0 2f',UO' at" 2i,uU; :t,uoi St,a at.uuu "S.n. at,ua- OneUrand Cash Gift One tiran.l Cash Uift One Grand Cash Gift One Grand Cash Girt One Grand Cash Gilt 21 Cash Gifts of ;.' each, .... SU Cash Gifts ol 59) " Cash Oil ta of uu " Id) Cash Gift of 3U0 " 140 Cash Gifts of a M Cash Gifts of 11)0 ' 9,UUu Cash Gilts of 10 " otai 10,000 Gli is. all Caau MR 'the money to pay all these gifts in full Is now upon deposit lu the Farmer' and IS-o-v-r- bank ot Louisville, and set aside for thai purpose, and can only be used lor that im pose, as will be seen by the following certifi cate of Che Cashier: OF11CK Ob 1'AKXEIS' AM OBOVEBS' H a Sit, I LCisvillk, Kr April 7, 1873. ( This is to certify that there 1 In the Farmers' and llrovers' Bank, for tbe credit ot the Third Grand Gift Concert lor the benefit of tec Fun He Library of Ktntuky. flvt, hntulred thou sand dollars, which has been set apart by the managers to pay the girts in full, and will he held by the hauk and paid out for this pur pose, and this purpose onlv. K. s. VEACH, Cashier. The party, therefore, who holds the ticket drawing the capital gill will t SluuoiM In greenbacks, and s of the t30,000 girt, the ftft,uwj, the T JMl, the 10,uOi, the ,0x, and all the other ;itts, 10,000 in naruber amounting t SbuO.OUO. The reotnant of unsold tickets will be tar nished to those who drst apply orders accom panied b the money always hav ug preler ence over agentsl at the following rates: Whole tickets, $10; Halves, SS, and ynartrs. 50:11 whoie ticket- for Slun. 56 forJoOO. li;. for $l,ui)i , and 575 for $5,000. No discount ot 1 ess than $100 worth of tickets at a time. I The concert and distribution of gifts will lie- gin at six o clock on Tuesday morning, July s, 1 iu Public library hall, aud the following will be the order of proceedings: 1st. Music by or chestral Sand I'd. Placing of tags (one ror each ticket sold) In large w heeL Set. Placing ol gilts iu small wheel. 4th. Mii-ic by orchits tralband. 5th. Explanatory remarks by Pres ident. Sth. lirawmg ol flrst. half of gilts. 7th. Music by orchestral band. Sth. lirawlng of last half ol ifts. vth. Placing of large wliee, with tag in haudsof committee appointed ay audience. 10th. Grand orchestral concert. The music on this grand occasion will be tbe ijest that can be procured, and the gentlemen v 10 count and place the tags and gifts rn the wheels aud superintend the drawings and k--, p the record of the drawn numbers will be chosen f rom the best knowr. and most trust worthy ciiiiien-of the state. All will be so conducted as to be a j-iiect guaranty agalcst complaint lroin auy.iust source. The payment 01 gilts will begin on Saturday, Joly 18, at nine o'clock a.m. Tleketa drawing gitts must be presented at Room 1, Public li brary building, where cash checks upon tlie Farmers' i.ud Drovers' Lank ol" Louisville. 01 sight drafts upon the Fourth National Bark ol .Sew li ork, at the option of the holder, will be gived lor tne tickets. All gilts not culled for in six month from the drawing will lie turned over to the Public Library tuud. For full particulars semi tor circulars. THUS. K. BKAMLETTK, Agent Pubiio Library of Kentucky, Louisville, Ky. JOHN Ht'DStls, Agent. Hoptelaelit. rkan-. For information apply to JOHN Hl'DSON, Peabody Hotel, Memphis. MANUEL OPRANTIA ISM 1'otnmon St., e Orleans, LMfORTKU OK HAVANA LOTTERY TICKETS GRAMi SINGLK NUMBER SCHEME. Tickets. .'!; Half Tickets. $13; Ouartcr Ticket-, -j; Tenth Tickets, $3. Draw lug takes place June luthaml2rth. A copy o: arawing sent to purchasers of tickets. Pri.e Cashtd. Remit by I'.jstolhoe Money v. i 'i r. K' u! - .-1 11 1 1 . ; . bran or K press. MISCELLANEOUS. "laafl ' I 'bB "TlTll fC :n iMii.li rfi j BOOK BINDERY AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY . C. TOOF, Proprietor, No. 15 West Court Street' M.KMPHI8, : : : TENNESSEE ay The attention of the Merchants and Business Men of Memphis, North Mississippi. Alabama an.t Arkansas, is particularly called to the superior fa it 1.1 ies of this house lor exe cuting orders for all kinds of JOB PKINTING! YELLOW SULPHUR SPRINGS, Montgomery Co., Virginia, -WIU RX Opened for Visitors June 1. Undetthe management of Col. N. COBB. AfERY extensive improvements have been T made since last season, including a large new Hotel, with all modern conveniences. More than six hundred jjne-ts can be com fort ably accommodated. This is the most ele vated, the coolest and best shaded summer re sort in trglnla. The mineral water has, for evenry-flve years, been justly celebrated for its active tonic and alterative powers. Hot and Cold Baths of mineral water at the command of visitors. Telegraph, Express and Postoffices are here. Bowling Alleys and Billiard Saloons, tor ladles and gentlemen. Round Tickets can be procured at all the principal cities. Visitors get off at the Christian burg Depot, tin the Atlantic, Mi-sisslppt and Ohio rail road, and will be conveyed is comfortable coaches miles to the Springs. TERMS OF BOARD: Per month $50 00 I Per day $ 2 50 Per week IS 00 j Mouth of June 80 Children under tea, and servants, half price. Ministers of the Gospel will be charged two thinlsof above rates. This ha always been the favorite resort of familie, and every arrangement will be made for their comfort. Send for Pamphlet containing analysis of the water. J. J. at J. WADE, Proprietors Yellow Sulphur Springs, my 1 Montgomery couftty. Virginia. CAPON IPlUNGSrUIDTA HAMPSHIRE CO., WEST TA. ANY one in search bt a really Medicinal Mineral Water and Bath, and at the same time a most charming and attractive summer resort, will do well to procure and read our descriptive pamphlet. Terms, $15 and SIS per week, with discounts on family bills, as stated in pamphlet. Apply to G. W. JONES 4 CO., Druggists, Memphis, or by mail to FRAZIER A SALE, myll eod Proprietors. Plain, phlets ;y and Ornamental, sneh as Pani ititutious, by-Laws, Blanks, Circu lar-, Bui-Heads, business and bhow (ar-li, Letter Heads, Knvelopes, shipping Tag-, La bels, Receipts, Checks, Wedding Cards, Bail Tickets, invitations, bijAnb: books Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books. PRICES LOW AS THE LOWEST Pet 1. ci antimlakeUtrai guarantee.; In every instance. A csil and an examination of ray specimens Is afspectfuily solicited. f. ?. T'-T. -rTt--T3'- YEAST POWDERS. I rtpt-BT sHifgyi-swb:. rt otbvr 1 -cparaUk-tt. fbr . ! i;r f.cyun!t i ut vtA SOLLZ, litSCVTTS, BRXAIt, :.H."..a' aaJ -&? C '.'-.') Cd.c. rarfcsMy Pure snJ Rrliallr, anj afwrj-r rcc-'j t .r immediate hm, Tha CUEAP ?ST Dnfr:yj Powder in fUc. WORLr, and It WILL O.". LA.'D 0.7 SJkZi, iu any cUnmtc, for yar. It U well adaptci La 7 .o ut of Eb'tirfictper; Miner--, Mi- ncrt. Bmiorantm, she nl U la ftt, in wcry cjcwpcr', fate JtJiST YEAST PO WDKs "tvJ "far Uu Jitcmt, tit Camp, tW Gailcy." !MLD BY UIUX'ERS 4 DE.li.EIi. CVEKTWUEBE. ilaaufactTAnsa by DOOLET &. BEOTHEU, 69WEW STREET, NEW-YORK " "" lurn nrnr IV. J. tLLIOTT, HISK FACTORY ANfl Gcuoral TTTola.oltSTy Ko. 131 ierBd IMreet. flMi M ANIFAITt RK;s of all kiudsol Mi.ltre.sve. l'ui itLre ftelairedsnd Var- ui.hed. Moinlto Pars made to order. Isoods packed and siiippcfi. at.26 0al Matting of St tkholdtrs. THE Stock h .Jder In tha W.-niphis and .Charleston Raliroad Oompauiy a.e hereby nolilled thai the liou. il of Ui rector ot said Company have ordered and called a meeting of said Stock .-loideik, to be held at Memphis, Tennessee, on VVeuBesduY, Ibf tU da of Juiip, 1873, for the purpose of considering or taking sneh action on, and in r ference to the form and l-suaiioeof the Consolidated Bon 's, and the form aud stipulation- of the mortgage to secure ihe same, which under the com tact of lease entered into between said Railroad Company and the South- t'l.JLui. ' em Hallway security fompanv, on the "VS. -s. He- ,.f M....O. !- 11 Is ..rov . s ,ult I bt made and I executed by said Memphis audi Charleston Railroad Company, it is very de-; . . . V. :.. m 1 . . . ' . ' - )... l. .1,1.1 tu, I represented, and thte Stockholders who can-: iui oe presA-iu are earuesu requesie.. w s-u.a THE DAILY APPEAL. t&- The MEMPHIS APPEAL is, thoroughly identified with the people of Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi and Arkansas. It has been in existence thirty-two years, and popular as it lias heretofore been, the present proprietors are determined to render it still more worthy of its past history, ami of the confidence which the public repose in it. Its circulation ami general patronage is now nearly double that which it has enjoyed at any time during its long ca reer; but we design to extend its field and to increase its usefulness. This we expect to do by publishing a newspaper equal to tlie best, JVgrth or South, tlie representa tive Journal of this section. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one month, by mail f I OO hie cojiy, six months, by snail 5 OO ' inc. cojty, one yeerr. by snail 10 OO One copy, one week, in city SS Specimen copies sent free of charge. Our mail books are kept by post offices, ami not by individual names. In ordering paper changed from, one postofflce to another, ihe names of both postoffices slvould be given. Address, in all cases, the "AP PEAL," Memphis, 2'enn. TRKASURY DEPARTMENT, 1 Office of CoMPTaoij.Fao thbCvkrency Washisotoj.-, March 31, 1873. J WiiERKAa, by aatisfactory evidence pre sented to the undersigned, it has been mode to appear thai The Fourth National Bank of Memphis', in the city of Memphis, in tbe county of Shelby, and State of Tennessee, has oeen duly organised under and according to the require meiits ot the act of Congress entitled "An act to provide a National Currency secured by a ledev of tinted States Bonds, and to Drovlde 'or the circulation aud redemption thereof," proved June s, istn, anu nas compiled with ,.11 proxies to -.in.- iri-i.u who win oe pies- , llje vision ol said act required to be cut and represent them .at said meeting. i 00m plied with belore coramencing the busl- JOHN 1. RATH hK, President. )jeHs of banking under said act. GfcffcRoaicaTaoa., secretary. aajifct Horn, satarefore, f, John Jay Knox, Corap- I trollerof the Currency, do hereby certify that Voung Men's Christian Association rth'ij TmZ coP Shelby, and State of Tennessee, la authorised READING ROOMS: to commence the business ol banking under NO. 10 West ( Oil! t St. RoOluS 14 find 15. j numony whereof witness my hand aud seal Ol omce, inis.osLuay 01 jaarcu, iso. Signed) jNO tY KNOX, apf Compt.r , Currency. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. OPEN DAILY From 9 a.m. to 12 m. Sale of Valuable Lot on newsee Street. Ten- From i to p.m., and Irom 7 to 10 p.m. ' On Sundays from 2 to p.m. j The best Periodicals of the Day, in adaiUon to I a Large Library, Free to All. urnvuxw. atiani K. 3. FTancis, Prest. Dr.M.K. Bramhall.V. P. improve W. U.Orgaiu, Roc. Sec. A.W. Newsom. Jor.Sec . and part S. J. Junk in, Treasurer. I the east of Treie Pisiilar business meetinu lirst Monday niatil ; to Clluton ailev, or street. in each month. Literary aud Social Exer- TsaMs fjne-thii-d cash ; balance in one aiul, claeseach succeeding Monday night. Prayer two years, with interest. Bheating every Saturday uight. Bible Class: 8WAYNE A COLMAN, Irom ) to ti p.in. every Sunday . apl ' Real Kstaie and Rental Agents, 175 Main st r E will sell aL public auction, to the high W est bidder, on Monday, June ImIX, on ine ureiiii-es, ;uai aiuauie 1111 -residence property, being lot No. 3, t No. 1. block H, fronting 70 feet on le of Tennessee street (110 feel north and running back Wfeet G It EENJ3RIEH. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS WEST VIRGINIA. FIAMODS for their Alterative waters and fashionable patronage, AiE NOW OPEN. i hey are 20H0 feet above tide-water, affording entire relief from prostrating summer heat. Capacity for accommodating .000 person. Charges S3 50 per day, 9il per week, and $s5 per month. We are also proprietors of the Swent Cha ly boale Springs, sixteen miles from the White, known for their unsurpassed Nervine tonic waters and bathing advantages. White Sulphur Water kept here for the use cf visitors without charge. Terms $3 per dsy.STOper mnuth. Direct Telegraphic and Express communlca licu with both Springs. mytO G. L. PEYTON OO. MONTGOMERY WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, VA. ItaatM deliithttul waterlog place will be open for the reception of visitors 011 the FIrtST DAY OF I L" N E N KXT. Kxten-lve additions ol new furniture have been added, and the proprietors are making every arrangement lor the comfort and con venience of visitors. This is the most beautiful aud extensively improved of all the numerous watering places in tlie mountains of Virginia. All the usual appliances lor the com tort and amnseruent of the guests are provided, and Kxpseks, Ticket, Post and TKLEQAArSOmcES are foundhere DIG TTJ-TrZNJEXi on the Va. andTenn. division of the A. M. and O. R. R. is the station at which you take the car lor the Springs distant 14 miles. Round trip tickets can be procured at all the principal tow ns aud cities. C. A. Calhocn, for twelve years the Resi dent Partner at the Alleghany springs, will assume the management. We employ none but the most experienced servant, and our suppliesof every description will be sek-cled Irom the best the country ami cities afford. TERMs-2 SO per day ; $16 per week ; $50 per month ; lor the mouth of June, $10. Children under 10 and over 12 years old and servants, half price. CALHOUN, WILSON COWAN, myl eod Proprietors MEDICAL. MoOABE'J KJSDICATEO BLACKBERRY BRANDT. 'ItHE only sure cure for Cholera, Cholera X Morbus, Dyseatery, Flux, r-tc. It excels any other known remedy for these diseases. For sal ? I.j ROSKN KACH A CO., 300 Front stnet. Sole Aitents for Arkansas, West Tennessee, and Mississippi, to whom all orders must be addressed. myJ9 16 FIRST PRIZES. Oriental Oil Whiskers DYK, Is thcsimpleftt.bv-wt&nUpafitest applied iu tlie world. Work if dune In a few ecoadri; Ln 1mb ih.m : A'-imv minufepfi no Qray VlttM is to be seen. One ap plication for Lightllrown ; two fur Blaxjk. Wa6ninT ihe whis kers in not required ijefore or alter usuur tbe Oil ; makes the w:jikeri jwft and lustrous; fre ftom sugar of lead, or other poiaonona and beaath -destroying dnigs : needs 'ut one trial to prove its sii)eriorty over all others, .sixteen Premium have been awarded at tl liferent .Fairs and Exposi tiona for its virtue over other preparation. J. F. FriA7.i, manufacturer aud proprietor New York City and Sacramento, Cat. Ask Tour Drog rrulst for it, and give It a trial. C. C. WAKI v r.nn.. I"u-.:tirsi-J, Aleuts. STOVES. FILLET'S FAMOUS AHS MA UK SOhKJLY BY THE Excelsior Maautacturina; Company St. ltonia, Missouri. iUii(6' ARE DOIJ,t MORK AND ::fBBTTER COOKING fQit DoSawg It etaeaster stqalcater ' than any stove of same cost. ARK ALWAYS f.tfiW.Pi-iiAai. Kaliohla 5t? ss AND OPK&ATK FEMLFKCTLY. WILL DO YOUR COOKING CHEAP yWF;T quick axn clean. WARRANT El) Ajra MLO BT K. I HQI H iRT A C O. Memphlv, Tvaaetwee. ALT? A I ftAK r PETITIOirS.' TRUST SALES. Petition for Incorporation " South Memphis Bonlerard Companj." ; i Trust Kale. Tv vlrtt-e of a deed of trust to me directed D by I and n So. (iM In the Second Chancery Court of rtheloy county, Tennessee. iirHERaiAJs Jacob Thompson, Newton TT Ford, J. T. Jeners.ju, J. A. Wis,and W. a. Pouthworth. all citiaen and residents o' Hheiby county, Tennessee, bare riled their pe- uunu 111 ini court, praying that they anil their associates, successors aud assigns, be in corporated under ths name ol the '-Xouth uj, and be em I make contracts, rty , and to do all to carry oat the at aald company a of ninety-nine met said Macad rom it intersee f Hernando roati. Memohm Boalevar powered in that name t bold personal and real thing necessary and i objects of said enterpris be Incorporated for ... years, be anthotized to am: zed road OB South st tlon with DeSoto street and thence on the Hern nan creek, using the present beds of Socth street and Hernando road In coostructirg tbe said Macadamized road; that said com pan v be author.zed to establish a toll-gate and col lect tolls for the use of the said improved road: that aald company be authorized to commence work, and exercise ail of lu powers and functions, on obtaining subscriptions to it capital stock to the amcuntof tea thou sand dollar, and to Increase the capital stock to an amount not exceeding one hundred thousand dollar, and for all tlie lienera. Dow ers and privileges givn to corporations by the 01 1 ennesaae. o. it, I will, at the request of the benenciar m said trust, and for the purpose ot paying I certain indebtedness therein secure,!. .n Xoaday, the 30th Day of Jan, 1873, iletween the hours of 12 o'clock m. and 2 o'clock p.m., on the premises, expose to sale and sell for cash, to ttu- hizhesi bidder, at pub lic auction, ihe follow Itif described property, to-wit: On the west side of Main streeet be tween Washington and Poplar streets, city a Memphis. Shelby county, skate of T-nuessee. and bounded as follows: Heina; atalsli visions o- 11 : -- and four ..t the original lot known MEDICAXJ dr. d. 9, joirusos-a MET5ICAX DISPENaAfiT 80S Mai. It, Memphis, Tm. Kstabilahed ln lss4 r.r tue can of TE.f rlKEAi, US WHET or Main street on and with t thirty seven fei thence went UT three Inees to I neral aaara It la therefore ordered master. That nubiicat by the Clerk and rw n,-J.'.. fit ,1,1 r, days. In the Memphis Appeal, notifylnat all persons desiring to make their appearance herein, at the courthouse of the Second 1 han eery Court in the city of Memphis, Tenn or, or belore the flrst Monday In June, 1S73. and show cau-e, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioners should twii is, -!.r.,L.i npon fai.ore so to do the ame will be heard ! txparte, and letters of Incorporation granted as pray eu for. Done at office this April 19. IXT.t, M. D. L. STEWART, ,, Clerk and Master. ily iir.et. Mallikv, Dep. t ierk and Master. Humes A P.iston. solicitors. apau i the northern boundary of said lot 1 ; thence east V W sourn to'he northern glBr;3reSi? Also a certain tract of land lyina and iein? ln tlie county and star, aforesaid. A.B.C wititti S Petition for Incorporation. Ko. -, R. D. ln the second Chancery Court of Shelby coun'y, Tennessee. VJaT H KP.fcAS, S. B. Bryan. Sam. Tate, Sam. TV Tate, Jr., T. D. ItadcUn,. j. seebree, M. J Wieksanu W. J. Mctiavock, all citizens ot Shelby county, Tennessee, except E. G. Sce bree and W. J. McUavock, have Hied their pe tition ln this court, pray lng to be incorporated with tliefpowers and privileges of a corporate body, to be known and to ,10 business undes the name and style of ' The St. Bernard Coal Association of M-'mphis, Tennessee,'' the pur poses and object ot the aaU association being to deal, by buying and selling, ln all kinds ol fuel, as coal and wood. 111 the cure base and sale of all kinds of timber lumber, staves, shingles, and the like. wltL the power and privilege of renting, holding, leasing, bnying and selling ail or any real e ale, buildings or appurtenances, sufficient for the purposes of their business; to purchase and run steamers, tugs, towboats, barges. Mats, or other boats, for all purposes connected with their business, or otherwise; and to purchase and use such stock, mules, carts, wagons and other con veyances sultablc-and adapted to the said business. Tbe capital tock to be one hundred thousand dollars, of which twenty Ave thou sand is to be subscribed, and fifty per cent, thereof to be paid ln before the organization of said association : the said stock to be sub scribed in shares of one hundred dollars each. It is therefore ordered, by the Clerk and Master, That publication be made for thirtv days, ln the Memphis Appeal, notifying all persons desiring to make their appearance herein, at the courthouse of the Second Chan cery Court, ln the city of Memphis, Tenn.. on or belore the first Monday in July, 17:1, and show cause. If any they have, why the prayer of said petitioners should not be granted; upon failure ao to do the same will be heara exparte. This May UI, 1ST3. Bt D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. ByCKKilKLOtRhndfrn gixsl. but 1 convey as trustee only. J.O. Li-l.SSD.YLE, Jl:.. Trust w. SHERIFF SALE. SHERIFFS SALE OE- AND- SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE. HJ-OTICS IS HEREBY OIVEM. That by vir tM ue of a writ ol venditioni exponas to me directed from the Hon. Supreme Court ot Tennessee, in the case of the Merchants Na tional Bank of Memphis vs. A. Alston, judg ment rendered on the atth day of June, l7.'. tor tne sum or tnirty-eignt ttiousanu three hundred and sixty-five dollars and nine cents, with inteic and costs of suit, to satisfy said judgment, e.c., 1 will, on PEIIAY,TBE 20th DAT of JOE,1873, at It o'clock a.m.. In front of my office. V" iol Second street, Memphis, Tenn., proceed to sell, to tnenignest ouiaer, lor cash, tne follow ing described property, to-wit: 1. A lot ln the city of Memphis, on north side of Market street and fronting on same thirty -seven y'.ff) feet, beginning seventy-four feet three inches east of the northeast comer of the in t ersectiou of Thi rd and at arket streets thence eastward with Market street 37 feet thence northward at right angles from said street 1? feet; thence westward 37 feet; thence southward ils'.j teet to the iseglnning said Alston's title being in fee simple. z. A tract of ten 1 10 acres, iu a square, in old Fifth Civil District, lot Wo. 11, on the plan ot lots of estate of R. F. Weakiey, on east side ol Weakley avenue and north side of a foot avenue, In northeast intersection of said ave nue aa laid down in Rucker's map the same lot being conveyed in fee by Thomas R. Smith to said .Alston. 3. On the interest and title of said A. Alston in and to the following described lots, con veyed to him and his wile Mary, by deed from Thomas R. Smith, which is registered In book 7a, pafce 35B, lying on east side of Third -t.eet in Memphis, south of Washington street, be ing the center tenement of a block of five brick tenements, which saltl tenement beuins at a point feet 1 inches south of Washington street, ana on tne easi une or i niro street : thence eastward w ith the center ol the wall lis), feet to the alley; thence north with the west side of the ailev js feel ? inches; thence westward 14S" feet to Third street; tbence with tne same southward 2' teet S inch to the beginning. The interest of said A. Alston be- in sucn an ne acquired oy a ueeu maue join ly to him and his wife, which made provision that on tbe death ot either, his cr her share should go to their daughter. IThe above rtciteu juagment being eutitiea to a credit of thirty-three thousand one hun dred and titty-one dollars and five cents '$33,151 U5, paid by said A. Alston to Jno. J. Freeman, cashier, on the 11th day of Decem ber, 1172. Levied on as tbe property of defendant A. Alston, to satisfy sa d judgment, interest and costs. Sale to commence at 11 o clock a.m. W. J. P. DOYLJS, Sheriff of Shelby County. W. H. Stephens, attorney for plaintiff. CHANCERY SAXE. CHANCERY SALE -OF- REAL ESTATE OS THE PREMISES, TUESDAY. JULY 1, 1873. No. Mb, R. D. A. T. Stewart et at vs. D. Cockered et al. TjY virtue of a decree of sale made by the 1 J sseCoua manccry i ourt ot sneioy county, on the sth day of January. 1S73, in the above entitled cause. I will offer at public sale, to the highest bidder, On the Premises, on the Hrate Line Road. Kour JBiles Ksni nl tfempbl.. 0 TUESDAY, Jl'LY 1, commencing at 12 o'clock, in., the following described real est te: The late larxn place ef Davis Cockerel!, deceased, in sight of Buutyn Station, and the same referred to and de scribed ln said decree of sale, and which, under the orders of the Court, has been sub divided, surveyed aud plotted into fifteen beautiful Iota, as follows, to-v. it : Lot No. 1 contains :.",.,t-)ii acres. Lot No. 2 contains 2U 1U0 acres. L"t No. 3 contains s 5-luf acres. Lot No. ! eon talns!is-urn acres. Lot No. contains 22 -Ti-lUtl acres. Lot No. " contains ti ll-iuu acres. Lot No. 7 contains 1:1 :2-HA) acres. Lot r'o. 3 contains 27 U7-HIU acres. Lot No. 9 oan tains is 14-iw acres. Lot No. 10 contains lii 20- 10U acres. Lot No. 11 contains 16 20-V 0 acres. Lot No. lz contains 31 51-lOu acres. Lot No. 13 contains 22 S6-1UU ai res. Lot No. 14 contains 7 23.1UU acres. Lot No. 15 contains 7 23iUU acres. Some lots well timbered, and some cleared and ln cultivation. For metes and bounds see plat and field notes at my office, and the posters being dis tributed. Terms of Sauc Credit of 7 and 13 months: notes with good personal security required; lien retained. Equity of redemption express ly barred. Persons wishing to attend the sa,e can reach the grounds by the way of Buntyn Station, on Charleston road Trains to suit. Lots Nos. 5, s, 8 and 13 being covered by the dower of Mr. Cockerel!, the reversionary in terest onlv therein will be sold. RARE OPPORTUNITY to purchase rich garden spots cheap, and on good terms. May 3n, 1S73. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. Kstes a Jackson, solicitors. my31 Chancery Sale of Real Estate on Saturday, June 38, 1873. No. 43W, R. D. In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. Elmira S. Ash by et al vs. Henry S. Test . Sal for partition. BY virtue of an order of sale made ln the above cause, 1 will sail, at public auc tion, to the highest bidder, at the outside door of the Second Chancery Courtroom, Sec ond street, city of Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, June 38, 1873, within legal hours, the lands described ln the said order of sale, to-wtl: Situate ln the county of Shelby, and State of Tennessee, and in the city of Memphis: Beginning at the southwest intersection of Poplar and Orleans streets, and running thence south with Orleans street one hun dred and seventy i i'of) feet to a stake; thence west fifty-six feel, more or lew, to a stake ; thence one hundred and seventy ('Tin feet noi th to Poplar street ; thenoe east with the south Lue of Poplar street nity-.nx M) feet, more or lea, to the point of beginning. Terms of Sale One- third cash ; balance on a credit of one and two years, purchaser exe cuting notes with security bearing six per cent. Interest for deferred payments: Hen re tained to secure same. This May 17, 173. M. V. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. Edglngton A Halsey, sols, for complainant. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a deed of trust to the under signed, executed by Lewis W. Harper and his wife, Mary C. Harper, dated September :iJ 1S71, and registered in deed record book letter " N." on pages ! and Hi of the record 01 deeds of Crittenden eoonty, State of Arkan sas, I will, at the request of the benerl. named, and for the purpose of paying the in debtedness therein secured, on WewaawtaT, the 25th day of Jane, is;:, at the courthouse door in the town of Marion. Crittenden county. State ot Arkansas, expose to sale, and sell for cash to the highest and i.e. i ladder, the foLowing described lands. three t:.., the eat half of section iiam.,. good, but I sell and convey onlv as trustee. Sale within legal hours. May 5, lTi. V. L. PARTEE. Trustee. Trustee's Sale. city of Merr ou the plan . in me duty vested. I will, as 1 to the highest bidder for wday. June i, 1873, at the Real re of Trezevant 4 Co., north a and Jefferson streets, in the s, LOTS IS and 3D in Block 5. ort Ptckering. S P. TREZE7ANT. Trustee. Trustee's Sale. BY virt ue of a deed of trust to me executed by Fred. T. Anderson, on the 13lh day of March, 1812, and registered ln the Register's office of Shelby county, state of Tennessee, ln book No. 35, pages M, J and 3U, I will, at the request of the beneficiary named, and for the purpose of paying a certain ndeot.--.. -therein secured, on Tuesday, the M day of Jane, 1873, between tlie hours of 12 o'clock m. and J o'clock p.m., at the southwest corner of Main and Madison streets, city of Mmipuis. - :. - to sale and sell for cash, to the highest bidder, at public auction, the following described property, to-wit: On the east side of De Soto street, between Vance and Ei!att streets, city of Memphis, Shelby county. tate of Teunesaee. and bounded as follows Begin ning at southwest corner of a lot fonuerly owned by John F. Sale, at a stake on the east side of Desoto street, and running thence ast wardly with the south boundary line of said Sale's lot one hundred and fifty (ISO) feet; tuence southwardly rlfty-uine 3S) feet to rner of lot formerly owne by hence westwardly with said ' 'ar boundary line one hundred ,nd to DeSoto street; thence no.tii DeSoto street fifty-nine (SU) leet ling, having a front of lltty-nlue Desoto street, running back be et lines one hundred and nrtv same proper northeast l'H.1 to tue oeinnniuii i . feet on De twee n parallel i .Mt feet, bet nor by Mrs. Julia Ann Oates to the said Fred. T Anderson, on the 3th of February. ls7J. and llSjlafu il ln the Register's office of Shelby county. State of Tennessee, ln book No. 96, page 2H. The equity of redemption is ex pressly waived In said trust deed, and The Title to said property Is believed to be good, but I will only sell and convey aa trustee. my3 J. nf ALsTEaIX Tmati LEGAL. Pnblle Printing. QUaliaTl- PROPOSALS will be received at 17 the office of the Secretary o. state, a" Nashville, until the 5th day of June, next, for the Public Printing of the state of Tennessee: and on that day the contract will be awarded to the lowest bidder therefor, under the law. No bid will be considered at a higher price than is now allowed, under the provisions o; the Cede as modified by an act passed Decem ber . 1371. Each bidder shall file with his bid a speci men page of letter-press such as he proposes to emphy In executing tbe pub:ic work. April Xi, 1W8. CHAS. N. GIBBS. Secretarv of State, WM. MORRiiW, Treasurer. apW fr Commission.- - iptrc nting. Aduiinistrators Notice. H he time limited by law, or the same will be larred ; and all persons indebted to said estate .re notified to settle forthwith. W. A. GOODMAN, Adm r. No. U Madison street. Memphis. May 31, 1ST. mv B insolvent Notice. HAVING suggested the insolvency of the estate of M. H. Chambers, deceased, to the County Court Clerk of Shelby cocnty, Tennessee, aud said I ierk having ordered ibat publication be made in some newspaper pub lished in said county, and also at the court house door; This is to notify all persons having claims against, said estate, to appearand rile the same with said Clerk, authenticated in the manner prescribed by law, on or belore the second day of November. 1873; and any claim not filed on of before said day, or before an appropria tion of the funds, shall be forevtv barred, both in law and equity. This May 2, 1ST.:, my J.M. CREWS. Administrator. Executrix Notice. HWING been duly qualitled as Executri of Jacob N. Moon, deceased, al! perQJ: having claims against said decedent ar hereby notified to present the same wlthl the time prescribed by law or Ihe same will b barred: and all persons indebted to said e tale are hereqy requested to come forwar and make settlement at onc-e. myl H M. MOON, Executrix. Administrator's Notice. HAVING been duly quaufied as Adminis trator or William Croak, deceae.l. all persons having claims against said dec-dent are hereby required to exhibit tlie aaaiM within the time limited by law, or lie- -sine will be barred; and all persons indebted to said estate are notified to settle forthwith. W. L. CLAPP, Adm'r. 15 Union st. Memphis, April U. 1ST ap Valuable Hotel Propertj- for Sale. 4JD.M1M1STRATBIX SALE. a- By virtue of an order granted by the Court of Ordinary of said Richmond county Georgia, on the lath day of May, 1373, will be sold, at the Planters Hotel, ln the city of Au gusta, on First Twaadavy Im Jnly. 173. at public eutcry, between the legal hours of sale and to continue from day today until ail is sold, all the personal property belonging to the estate of John A. Goldstein, deceased consisting of household and kitchen furni ture, sheets, plllowe, bOASteis, pillowcases mat tresses, spreads, blankets, curtains, carpets, towels, musquito nets, crockery and glassware silverware, spoons, knives and forks, table ware and table furniture generally . extra beds and bedding, wine safes, etc.. all of which is fully set forth in the Inventory Hied in the office of Ordinary, being such personal prop erty as Is generally found at and used keeping a hotel. Sold as the property of said John A. Gold stein, deceased, for the purpose of paying the debts of said estate. TERMS Cash. Purchasers to pay for all papers. HANNAH GOLDSTEIN, Administratrix estate of John A. Goldstein. The purchaser can arrange with owner to rent hotel. myJI NEW GOODS AUCTION 81LES IN NEW YORK herewith offer tlie following, and defy corn net I lion Lenos at 36 cents, worth 40: Lenos Wgg-SS. Grenadines at half their valnemeu Lawn at a cents, worth S5; II Linen Lawns at cents, worth rt) ; Lace sets al ttt m, worth W; Edging and Inserting-! at liaif their value; Ladies' Hose at la'- cents rerpalr- Ladle' Homemade Cloth Balmorals. B Ladles' Corsete, 7S centa: Table Damask and Napkins a specialty this weak. This Is the cheapeal lot of goods ever offered iu Memphis. Call and be convinced. &. VE3ISTDIG 36 Main Street. CHANCER! SALES CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE LANDS ON ISLANDS 35 AND 40, SVTTE1HY. MB! 24, 1S73. No. M, R. D. In the second Chancery Cour'. of Sfflelby County. -.John L. Morgan et al. vs. Wm. Utley and others, TY virtue of a .kene tor sale bmsW in H e JL ubo-, a .-auae, I will offer at pub.ie sale to -Vcoud Chancery ourt. on sjuml street city SATUfiDAY, JU5E 28, ig; within legal hours, the follow:;, R. and fi ll undivided in me ana two years; note, with secirtly beat ng interest; Hen retained; no equi'y ajg r Lemption. May 27, IH73. M. D. L. STil'vV ART. ,. , t Clerk and Master. Geo. W . inchester. sol, for com pi ai aan t. Chanctry Sale of Ral Estate. N. '.Ci. R First i naneery Coart or Sebv eoonty.-W. G. U Adams vs. L. R, Adonis et al. Jji irtue of an iaterloc f0r office, G Mem phi: Saturday, Jnne 14, tMaaj laaiair pr nin, ii. iIillIJ.h I .11 . .- on a credit of on" and two ". 1 and '2 notes wih approv -a securitv re, .. re ..r.i retai ned to further secure same, etc This May le, 173, ED.MCNT) A. ''"I.; . Cler an i J as; r. Geo. B. Peters. Jr , Brown A Hill and D M. scal-s. Attorneys. Chancery Sale of thy Lyt. No. OBI, H. D. in the - ..r : 1 ineerr 1 on" of Snelby County, Tennessee. J. 0. Wll- j5 cause on i r r 1 of Ml . ou rbnrstiav. the 12th day f Jan:, 1: :, at li o'clock a.m.. in front of the s- cery Clerk's office, in Memph:- the highest bidder, on a cred: uittu.. the following real estate, viz.: hot Sfo, : lock -Jb. in -ouih Memphis, beginning at Ihe i nterseciion of the east side ot trc . u-. tween Main and -she, bv streets, with the north urmatlonor sale o This May 22. is;:;. Vance A An sol.citors for 1 M. D. L. STEWART. Clerk and M . ind Meriwether Jl s, Chancery Sale of Real Etate. TT11 TMT. ft IT Tim rkaniai J fin: t of Shelby county lames Hewett aL vs. Robert 1. BYsai; ?f an int?rionfrrT ((' it ured in the above cauw May I . city f Mompbis, !.:.-.-- . SATURDAY, JI SE U, within legal hours, the followir, line of lot No, . ciossicg the be.! of the Mem phis and Ohio Railroad, savlug a::d reserving out ol said titty acres a strip occuo-,-1 railroad, ol oue and seven oac-uuuuredths Terms of Sale One-third cash : balance 011 a credit of one and two years, with interest from date ot sale; turchaser Co e.i for the d-ferred payn-ents, with apt .m -.1 -curity : lieu reia:ue,l: cjuity of retiemptiou barred. EDMUND A. CUL.r . T. W. Brown. Attorney. s'er. yi.. Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. 'Justi, R. In the Chancery' Cm: rt of nelby County. William F. Hardin et al. vs. iiu. J. Cogswell. BY virtue of an interlocutorv decree tor ale entered ill the above ca e L c . r -4. 172. I wiil s,-ii at pub.ie auction, to the high est bidder, ln front 01 the Clerk and Mas office, Greenlaw Operahou.se, Second siree.. Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday. June 14, 173. pro; ty, ' on J mis Beg and wes thei hut in legal hours, tbe fol'owi erty, situated in Memphis, euuessee. between I.:n leu . ain street, to-wtt: Lot No. 1 z described : ont 1 tl with the south line ol I.inueu street llu ieei lo the beginning-allotted to James M. William son. jLot No 3 Beginning at a stake on the west line ol Main street, tW feet south of the u.uUi west corner of Main and Linden uing theuce south with thewest ..uetM Haln street IJi teet to a lane: tnence w-si at amtles with Ma:u streTt Uj leet to a staaeon the east lltieoi .; priv. te a: e.y reel wide; tbence with the east line oi j.ii .i.ey north wardly hot feet to a .stace, tnence eastward, y 115 feet to the beginning allotted to A illiaiu F. Hardin. Terms of Sale On a credit of seven and thirteen months: purcliasei to execute notes : and Master 'lor. .Auoru--, -' A NEW IDEA, a so njew t vim ri.. OOARDING-HOUSE and Ladies' aud Geu JLf tlemen's restaurant. Dressiug-rooni for ladies from the country and city. Mea.s r. dollars, a urles of tt n fifteen cents to five 1 delicacies and lux sou as required. Rooms ta rent, furnished or unfurnished. MRS. A. J. LKIGHTON. MERRILL HOnsiT m MADISON.