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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL - THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1873.
MEMPHIS APPEAL OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY : One copy, one month, by mall - 1 One copy, six months, by mail O One copy, one year, by mail... One cup . one week, in city.. WEEK LI : one copy, one year !iih ol Ten or more, each.... 10 U 81 30 . ' ,... rm irr. of charge. ttur jwiI books a?r kept by postoffices, ayi not bp indi cijual nanus. In ordering paper changed from one pottvfftce to another, Utr name of both pottoffLots th'-vld be given. RATES OF ADVERTISING IX DULY APPEAL : First Insertion, p.-r square... at Kutaequcnt insertions, per square S4 For two or more squares a reduction un abtne rates in proportion. Sight It net toUU nonftmreil make one square, ind twelve lines make one inch. Ijoenl Xoticcs are 30 cents per line or first in sertion, 15 cents per line per week, and IC, cents per Une per month, H ants, etc., are 10 cents per Une fir insertion and I cents per Une each subsequent bisection. Death and Marriaoe notices free uj . harpt. I,ul itinera! notices, obituaries, and ompli ary notice of marriages, are ehaiged rates. We still not acecpt any uJtxrtisement tofuOtm reading matt-r. First or Fourth page aiicertistments, rtatum- ary, double rate. We solicit lettTS and exmmumcation upon tubieets of general uUtrest, but such must onraus be accompanied by a responsible name. We sriU not return rejected eommunirati ms. All letters, communications, or anything else f.rr the Appeal, should not be addressed to any , ,nliiiduftl connected with the office, but timp to the PPF,I. Wwphtn. Trim ilar FINANCE AND TRADE MiuuTintr olton 17 8-418 Sew Vork Exchange par U 1-4 PreHtinm - Gold 117 A Bar Market Bacon Lower. Weak - Oat St tenancy Aciongr tbe Banks Exchange a Searcitj--ale or Bias, and Teaa. R. B- Bonds. .,M..,. rnchaarfA Fair En iiuiry tiood Cottons In Jtfqnesl. The Coffee Trade-The Supplj and Prospect. the OFrica or THE JJAILV WPKil , WEi'NESDAY, June 4. 1873. llttMUU That reporters should visit every bank in the itv. tben return without a rent in their tickets, is a too thoroiurhly ev erv-d:iv (wourrenoe to be eveu thought of: but when the amount of lntelligeuta gained exactly balances the cash uo count, the unfortunate feels Uiat he is a victim of Dovcrtv indeed. It is not what he owns, but what be knows, thai gives the reporter all the earthly riohet- If ever exi-eets to possess, me poverty of knowledge was seen to-day. It was the fourth, the grand settling day of tbe mouth, vet not a tipple could be Uetfi ed on the unruffled surface oi banking affairs. Exchange was m very light supply, and bankers who bave neter hitherto shipped currency during tbe whole season, appear likely to have it to do before the week i s out. One bauk lo-day bought j40,000 on New Orleans ud eastern exchange obt-dned out ol th? city is through Cincinnati and St. Ijou.V The rates remain as before, ni New Oceans discount buying, par sell ing: on New Vork and eastern cities par buvin,"? and I premium selling. Three bonds, .-econ.l-mortgage Missis sippi and Tennee railroad, sold at i The city bonds ve have mentioned as on the market, have not yet met with a taker. In the absence of transactions, most of the quotations btlow are nonii ual. The Philadelphia Age is pleast-l to note the fact that with the lirst ot this month the secretary of the treasury tind9 his greenback issue, reduce to the lawful limit of .s3.V,000,000, and, what is Mill letter, that hedies notinten.' to allow it to exceel that limit again tor i he present. For this much let us be thankful. Next to the utter repudiation ol the vicious pretension of the right to overissue(eii!Tency,is the abstention from such overissue. Memphis currency sixes, 58 with the t wo past-due coupons, without them tyVh 53,. Memphis gold sixes, bl(b&. Mem phis pastrdue coupons, January SO, July 5. Shelby county warrants, SofaT; Memphis and Charleston railroad stock, 11: ditto 1st mortgage bonds, 87; ditto 3d mortgage, 78. Memphis and Ohio railroad stock, lVi 9; ditto 1st mortgage bonds, t-; ditto M mortgage, 80. Mis isijpi and Tennessee railroad stock, 18: ditto 1st mortgage bomis, 86$; dittoed mortirage, 72iY" T. Mississippi Central i iilr.mil stK k.la 14; ditto 1st mortgage bonds, 87; ditto N mortgage, 83. Mis sissippi levee bonds. 38. oarioa. ' N. w York closed quiet at l'Jii;, "un official" lv;c, which means, at least, that the market is strong at the official figures, aud likely to go beyond them. After two days given to tne Whitsun tide holidays, Liverpool resumed busi ness to-day and quoted a dull market at the former quotations, 8fd. New Or leans again quoted ltKjtlSic. In our market there was a tolerably good en quiry for g'md ordinary to low middling i .f. '.ii, and there was a disposition on the better cottons to refuse anything tinder our outside quotations. We are asr-ured that low middling cannot be had under 17c. Bales amounted to 7(10 in ii iiicludeil inferior to low or dinary at b; VAc, barely good ordinary' at 14 H jc ; good ordinary at 15Jc strict K,.od ordinary at 15ji lti; low middling it'l'7"; middling to strict at 18! c. We again repeat quotations. interior 7 I Low mUL 91T ' J 112 j HUJd mid ii"d ord "...I ltiS4 I Wood tnlii. g Ufi lCi 321 211 720 rat . 'JS.45L' 11 711 . iTl.S40 -juAr.S U-e-ipU . shipments ...- SKick.... - Total receipts to dale -. l otl ahipasenu to date IMPORTS. . and Charleston railroad... a) aud Irnoi w railrud undOhlo railroad i id Little ttock railroad. Mxupl ' .sip Memphis M rophi-'ealuer- K-::i.t-l i r twuii :iud other aourcDt... l.IPOSW. and ("harioston rllroaa.... i!m aud Tennessee raiiroau r,hi and Ohio railroad... rs, norrh - aciiiic r. sc'lh i i M "i I Ml- I weak Cm Oat UEII KtL M41KKt. The p revaleut dulluess was Lntenaifi rni to-dav by the absence of any boat with feed or produce; out there was enough of e"very thing on hand to supply all the little demand there was. Ourn ,11 at ' 7f or rouild lots, but most tlt was done waa in filling orders at ,yi, frn was selling here at 85c r 10u 11k- on orders, in New Orleans at 75c for round lots. Our in New Orleans uotes tinner ai on,ow;, sjv and lower; in oi. aahjib ueio . A V. Wa.. sr. u.b.l 111 - C W 1 oi a invoj - old here at 4c, a decline; in New ytiiwui nt-ier at nc: id i in- rar lo wer and uuaettied ; lower in New Vork at 48u. Hay presents no-mp-ot i of present recuperation p e holee w delivered at the depot In f 3i ( : ,n- rj wus in moderaU- supp.y , with a inodertUe enyuiry, at f- h-J the latter the prevalent rate. t-J9 "ioid at 14 . 16c, witii a tendency toward the higher price. Butter is dull at quo tations. We find no chaug in vegtta He, fear ef bowel eoi1aits am caused prudeuoe in eating them. 'r" was ottering at j 1 25 per string of 100. , acon aud ad articles of tbe hog pro .i!. t are weak; 17 Si is the prevalent iiru-e for mess pork, tfJo for clear u-s ( ouuuy baoon is arriving aud ofleriue freely at 7 - for shoulders, 9c or e leLt -dea, and lc for hams. Lard Jjadv Luu" e" Tuesday 'uow latl- "City kUudried at ,uo.t? .r!a7,l couuUy at $2 385u J 30. S Titf deli'vei W0 !- i 35 prions thW-ay - : &m,Yh without any movement of P"te. mere aVe , ot many sellers or buyers, nor any Uc quantities of stock on the market: hZ Evidently but little .diu ,o do I ustne. in the uncertain eon. II tior, markets ol the counuy. is but little pork offering, and the ouly transactions were in small lots at $17 25. There was a small sale of packed dry salt shoulders at 7c. Bacon : sol trans actions were at 71(S,7Jc for shoulders, t)J '; for clear rib sides, and ni'a ujc for clear; clear sides sold for July at 10c, for August at 10c, aud for September at lOJc. Lard was quiet aud unchanged." The8t. Liuis Time says: "From all ac counts there are lively times ahead for cattle dealers. Thousands of liead of Texas oattle are en route over the prai ries to the most available markets, and many of them will ere long reach this and the markets east of us." Ottntntion tire for round lot, unlets ofh ertritc expressed; and or feed and produce, levee rate, for urnou pur chases and orders, rates are propor tionately hi alter. Bacon Clear sides 9i10c; clear rib 9i5;urc; shoulders, 7f 7jc; sugar-cured hams, canvassed, 141'ie; country sboul ders. oiC: country hams, 10c. Bcildeks' Matkkials Louisville cement, per bbl. fi! 5(KS2 75; plaster, Mich., 4; New York, $4 60; Roeendale, $3 6oY' a; hair, $2 J5 per 4b lb bale; lire-brick, 3a 7 per UK); Cape Girardeau atid Alabama lime, bv the car-load. SI 50 ISA lino MTFFS Bagging. 2 and 2 lbs, 1415c; iron ties, 8&8c; baling twine, i4(ajac. liEiawAX 28c per lb. Bran Nominally 14 50: on orders. $1T. Beans Mixed. $2 60: navy, $3. Bi'ttkk Crood table at 16T418c; sale oi 21 tuus lair at 17. Corn Sales of 400 sks in second-hand gunnies, from flatboat, at ottc; 35n white, new gunnies, at 57 (2,58c; on orders, 5dc. Corn-mkax Sales of 50 bbls at $2 624 ; 60 and 100 at $2 65. Cokkee We quote at 226 25 for Rio, according to quality; fancy, 26c. C andles Light and full weights per lb, l20c. Cheese estern and factory, 14a. 158, Dried Frcit Apples, 4ix?5c; peach es, 4 Ji.i 5. . Eogs Selling at 14$ 15c; sales of 400 doz. at 14.'c. and 400 dor. at 7c. FLOOR Low grades from ?4 50; extra $b 60Ya 7 26; double extra $7 508; fam ily $825(i; fancy $9 7 10 25. Groceries Soda, 8c for keg, and 9c for box. Starch, rojc per lb. Ger man soap. 6Iai74c. Rice, 86$c, as in quality. Hard refined sugars, 12'i-13c; open kettle, Sftivllc; yellow clarified, lWa.lIc; white do, llj" I2. Hay Choice $24(1 2-5; lower pualities irregular. Hominy j4 50 per bbl. Laud In tierces, !j -8ic; kegs, 10i loic; pails; nth,, 10 c for retiued. Lemons and Oranges ?11 per box double boxes, t-19. Lemons, fll. Mes Pokk Little doing at a-1 . v Is 00. Molasses Prime to choice plauta tion, o.Xa"0c; fancy, 8oc: common to prime sugarhouse syrup, MQsifcl ; fancy HI Nails $2 25 to $o 50 rates. Oats Sale of 166 sks mixel at 4;c. Potatoes Sound f 1 75JS-2 per single :): per bushel, . oc PoULXBY Chickens, mixed, fl(a-5 00 all hens, 5 50. Spring chickens, S&ttfi. Salt holesale rates are, 5-bUsdel bbls, $2 2-5; 7-btishel bbls, $3; LiverjKXil and sack salt, coarse 52, fine - 25. Neoktables, ev rotatoes, 5 io 4 per bbl: onions, $5. Half-bushel box tomatoes. ?7 ; do. sweet green pep pent, S8. Cabbages, 7c. Garlic. $1 25 per 100. I BP . Wilt"- .nnrmr,. The New York Bulletin reports: "The first decisive upward movement in cof fee, it will be remembered, took place in October, 1871, and continued till ear ly snrine of the ensuing year. A lull and a decline then ensued, to be inter rupted bvia still irrtater rise in May, last year, inaugurated by the removal of the dutv on this side, prices steadying thenceforward till the month of Octo ber, when the first great speculative movement was started in Holland,slnce which, with few slight reactions, the tendency has been unswervingly toward higher figures. rreviuu- to out lier. l.l, the Ltiro pean entrepots at the ports were in the habit of carrying a reserve stock of 600,- ) bags, to form a basis for steadying prices, the Dutch trading society, on principle, favoring the accumulation in first hands. The combined short crops 1871, in Java, the Brazils, and Cey lon, aud a steadily increasing consump tion during the same vear, caused this reserv e to be exhausted, and as produc tion has not been large enough since to restore the equilibrium, while consump tion has abated comparatively little, ana short crop in the rtraxtls is agaiu upon us, the position of the staple has been gradually strengthening; so much so that the prices now ruling are the high est that have been seen since Napoleon's continental system pushed rates to a bight never before witnessed. During a whole year, rrom uciooer, 71, to October, 1872, the Eurojieans ave been operating with a great deal of hesitation in theproduclug countries. aud Americans have been the prime movers in those latitudes. The couse- luence has been that Lurope ran ex ceedingly low iu stock, while we held rur own. At lengtn, nowever, uie ta bles were turned upon us, and tbe Dutch speculation in October, 1S72, inaugu rated a series of most active and exten- ve operations on the part of our Euro pean competitors, in conjunction with great courage displayed by them at the Dutch sales. Even Frankfort capital ists joined in the gigantic struggle for a upply. and tne course oi prices since nas roved that they were right, and that we had little reason to think lightly of the so-called "Amsterdam-!' rank fort Coffee Syndicate." At Batavia, Pa daug, Colombo anil Kio crops were s .ught up, in some instances ten mouths ahead, while we placidly looked on, and we have now the unpleasant al ternative before us of either advancing sufficiently here to draw the coffee to our doors or facing a coffee famine. The receipts of Rio from the interior have continued small, and if they do not increase again we are afraid m shall soon have to report a further and perhaps heavier advance in prices, as the dealers, as well as commission houses become firmer in their demands for every day .the receipts remain on their present low average. The reports of the coming crop continue to be un favorable, and from mouth to month get more and more so, owing to heavy rain. There is, therefore, no doubt that the crop will turn out a very small one, but tbe opinions as to its extent run so divergent that for the moment we will still abstain from naming any figure. from 62$ to 2, and later in the day re cuvered to the highest nolnt. The ether changes were unimportaut. The mar ket closed dull and steady, except Paci fic Mail, which was weak. The state ment of the new board of directors is not yet completed. Quototions: Can ton, 96; Western Union Telegraph Co., 84 j: Quicksilver, 40; Adams Express Company, 93; Wells A Fargo't Express Company, 79; American Merchant's I'uion Express Company, 08; United States Kxpress Company, 70j: Pacific Mail, 40; New York Central, 101 r; Erie, 62; Erie, preferred, 72f; Harlem, 132; Harlem, preferred. 132: Michigan Oentral.ioi; Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago, 87 j; Northwestern, 74; North western, preferred, 84$; Rock Island, 109i ; New Jersey Central, 106J ; St. Paul, Mf; St. Paul, preferred, 72; Wabash, 89; Wabash, preferred, SO; Fort Wayne, 88i; Terre Haute, 15; Terre Haute, preferred,40; Chicago and Alton, 110' Chicago and Alton, preferred, 112; Ohio and Mississippi, 40f; Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati, 87$: Barling ton and Quincy, 103; Lake Shore, 92; ludiana Central, 31J; Illinois Central, 11$; Union Pacific stock, 28i; Central Pacific bonds. 103$ ; Union Pacific bonds, 86; Delaware and Lackawana, 104; Hartford and Erie, 2j. WASHINGTON. Washington, June 4. There were eight offers to sell bonds to the govern ment to-day, amounting in the aggre gate to $947,600, at from 115 99-100(117 89-100. The bonds bought to-day will be paid for in national bank notes. The secretary of the treasury accepts 500,000 bonds offered to-day at from 115 99-100(a, 116 11-22. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, June 4. Sight ex- change, jj prem.; sterling exchange,! 128. I OV 1U1V London, June 4, 5 p.m. Consols, for money, 92; on account. 92; 5-20sof '66. 911; '67,941; 10-40's, 81; .new 5s, 89!!; trie, 48f. The amount of bullion gone into the Hans of England, on balance, to-day was 70,000. The rate of dis count was adv&nced 1 per cent., and is now 7 per cent. FRANKFORT. Frankfort, June 4. 6-20's '62, 95$. PARIS. Paris, June 4. Rentes 56f. 90c. del, 7H$7c; short cut hams, ll(,12c; middles steady; lobg clear, sjjr8$c. Lard weak; western steam, 8 1516c. Butter steady ; western, 18fe24c NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, June 4. Flour dull ; double extra, $-5 90; treble extra, $7 8; family, 910. Corn firmer; mixed, 59c; yellow, 60c; white, 60c Oats are firmer at 4547c. Bran quiet at 75c. Hay dull ; prime held at $22(24 ; choice at $26 a27. Pork dull and lower; mess, $17 25. Dry salt meals are dull; shoulders, 7371c; no demand for aides. Bacon is dull at 79$a,9i 9c. Hams 18$14c. Lar.I is quiet; 'tierce, 8 te; keg, 9(SlCc. Sugar is dull; com mon, 6$c; fair, a(a,oc. Molaseee none offering. Whisky dull ; Louisiana, 94c; Cincinnati, 96c. Coffee 18(20$c. PUBLICATIONS. : JEt-JEAX) : THE ROMANTlCand THRILLING TALK FAITHFUL ONTO DEATH, From Hie German of HnfTmun. by I.Ai aa Cuktts Bui.i.ASn, in that BrigheHt and Best ol Weekly Papers, "THE 60LBEN AGE." SUMMER RESORTS. This btam v weekly WTWtrs HOOPSKIRTS. Southern Hocpskirt and Corset MANUFACTORY , No. 883 Mai n Street. swPurrhasersof Sllrts or Bustles will p!ea-e seel that the Trade mark- Southern Hoo;-!:ir! Manufactory. Memphis, Tenn. be printed on the band, othe, wise the artU cles are not genuine. 1 recommend tbe trade tlia JoinUexa Walklng Bkiit, the Folding Bus. Uex, and tbe veritable French Coraeta. A lno. Abdominal, Narsiag, Misses' and Foy Qonso. Linen aud Hllk Corsets made to order. ap!7 LOUIM LWGfc. nm through aevf n fnccesRive , heelnnlnir with Mav 17th. There will be no abatement In th- interest of tbe oilier departments of the paper, aud all the rharaelerlsth-s which have giv-n Tnfc livM.. n ...t: promineneA, and rendered It a welcome visitor In so many honaehoids, will be steadily maintained. Ask your News A Kent to get It for yon. Keven Cents per Nlagle Copy. Or send Fifty Cents to the office of The tiolden. Age, and bave the Seven Numbers mailed fres to vour address; or Three Dollars, and get ihe Golden Age with all Its stories, Its terse and sparkling paragraphs, its able and trenchant editorials and other original contributions lor a whole year. " The Golden Age Is now one of the ablest and most interesting papers oc the day." N. Y. Dally Timet. Address. THE GOLDEN AGE, 41 Park Kow, or F ' " Book Agents PLEASE NOTICE THAT OOB Mew Illustrated Family Bible Contains Dr. Wm. Smith's Bible Llclionary, 450 111 nal rations, a Family Album for 10 Por traits, a Marriage Ortlflcate, Family Hecord Marginal Keterences, etc., etc. Descripuv and Term Circulars sent tree. Addre.w NA TIONAL PITBLIMHTvrj . ... Innl 1no CAPON SPRINGS AND BATHS, HAMPSHIRE CO., WEST YA. ANY one In search of a really Msdletnal Mineral Water and Bath, and at the same lime a most charming and attractive summer resort, will do well to procure and read our descriptive pamphlet. Terms, 1S and lis per week, with discounts on family bills, as Matad In pamphlet. Apply so G. W. JoNEH St CO., Druggist. Memphis, or try mall to FRA7.IKR 8Af.K. my liead,. . . Proprietors. C0TT0S MARKETS OF THE WORLD. MOETAB AXD FIXACIAL. NEW YORK. New York, June 4, 10:20 a.m. Cot ton very quiet; ordinary, 14 ic; pood ordinary, 16c; low middling, lojje; middling, 19jc; Alabama. lSc; Orleans, l&tc; Texas, 20c. Futures easier; sales, 1000 bales; June. 1' 13 16c; 19c; August, 193-16C. 12:15 p.m. Cotton uuiet; middling '. t . official; lrc. unofficial. Futures easy; sales, SOtM bales; June, 18 1 :;-!.,. 18ic; July, 19 3-16c; August, 19ig,19 19 o-isc. 3 :.ic p.m. Cotton quiet and steady : middling, 19c, official ; Urge, unofficial ; sales export, 6h2 bales; spinners, 217 bales; speculation, 34 bales. Futures easy; sales, 17,2U0 bales; June, I313-I6c; July, 19 3-12 19 -7-32c; August, 19 19 9-32c; tiepteinber, 18 4-32(S),18 7-32c. Cotton report for five days at all the United States ports: Receipts, 17,233 bales; export to Great Britain, 19,757; continent, 9042 bales; stock, 285,558 bales. NEW ORLEAN8. New Orleans, June 4, 11:30 a.m. Cotton in good demand; middling, 18" '. - ,c , no sales. p.m. Cotton In very fair demand; sales, 1000 bales; middling, 18? 16c; re ceipts, 2383 bales. LIVERPOOL. Liverpool, June 4, 4 p.m. Cotton dull and depressed; uplands, 8Jd; Or leans, 9f9id; sales, American, 7-XX) bales. OT. LOCIS. St. Louis, June 4. Cotton dull; middling, 18c. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, June 4. Cotton steady at ls-te. NASHVILLE. Nashville, June 4. Cotton auiet; low middling, lbc. LOUISVILLE. Louisville, June 4. Cotton steady ; low middling, 17c. MOYSTON'S GALLERY! NO. 249 MAIN ST. SPORT'S JT liOOIs -ent free. Address Kaqlk Rook Co., I Murray street. New York. COTTON FACTORS Jul', .v T. Htrtt.-, late sit ration, James St Co Jou n L. wiLLrosD, late oranam a weiiiord STBATTON & WEllFORD, COTTON FAOTunS and Commission IMEercliaiitfl 6 and 8 West Court St., MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE HARDWARE. DRY GOODS MARKET. New York, June 4. The drv-a-oods trade movement is very slow with agents, and jobbers are inactive. Cotton goods are quiet but steady in first hands, but jobbing quotations are still irregular. The standard prints are dull, but jobbing lots are selling wen. me iKiuy auue tin says Simpson's white arround prints and anchor shirtings are down to lOic, and Aierrimae shirtmgs to 10Jc. Heavy makes of fancy cassimeree and beavers are moving more freely. Foreign goods continue very dull in private hands, but otisk ai auction. PRODUCE MARKETS. HEM PHIS DEPOT OF THE Hackett Manufacturi'g Company' Marbleised, Enameled and Plain IBOT MANTELS, Hackett Patent Urates. Hackett Patent Frank lin stoves. Plain and Enameled Urates, EL HA TITER, o. S42 HMvrad si.. Mmpbls. Tenneeoe PROFESSION AL. OnADrn Hiim ah about it, in ceut?, post. DUUIll aattU paii. Kaole R-hik :.. mylu 9 Murray street. New York YEAST POWDERS. Il rsptlT mpcncJIcff sJ olbtr prtjrrirjfrw for prciarin Oyaxt, Jwctt an! ir;.efcct OiX..''. BISCCTTL', B2MAD, Cur' trlccl aJ otber Ct&SU Ctttrt, rcrtsxt't, pmrt wxl Rclia&le, uJ u'weryi r t!f f r iwrmttimf w. The CIJSXI rSTOattrs rt-j-tr in l U WORLD, or 4 it WILL KSKP 07, LA.I'D OS SCl, t cwy cUmate, for ytart It la woU a-laptrl In tbo u? of TTmsckop-pen, M,-., Mariner w Emutfrtistu, sir.. and is in fart, ia trer-t reaptxi, tk BEST TWAST PQWDxm -tsxAm -fmr 04 Kite., tne Camp, the GnUsrm " IOU BT CBiN'EKH 4 EVXRTWHEJU1. ilaaufaetoral by DOOLET A. BBOTHEK, 69 NEW STREET. NEW-YORK LIME. Manafactarcrg of the Celebrated ALABAMA LIME MONTGOMERY WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, Ti. rpH!-Je!!htfnl watering place will be open I for the reception of visitors on the FI ttT DAY Of JCXKNEXT, Kztenhlve additions of new furniture have been aud-il. and the proprietors are making every arrangement for Uie comfort and con venience f visitors. This i. the uiiwt beantlfnl and extensively improved of all the numerous watering places In the mountains r Virginia. All the usual appliances for the comfort and amusement of the guests are provided, and Expbehs, Ticket, Post and TaLKoUAHU Ovvicem are found here I3IG TTJimillj, on the Va. and Tenn. division of the A.M. and O. R. P.. is the station at wbich yon take the car for the Springs distant 1 miles. Itound trip tickets can be proenred at all the principal towns and cities. V. A. )'.u.iii;n. for twelve years the Resi dent Partner at the Alleghany Springs, will assume the management. We employ none bm the most experienced servants, and our supplies of everv deserlDtion will Deselected from the nest the country and cities afford. TERMS ti 50 per day . tin per week ; 130 per month; for the Month of June, ). Children under 10 and over 12 years old and servants, half price. CALHOUN, WILSON COWAN, myl eod Proprietors. CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS, 1873 i KENTUCKY. 1873 r OCATION-f ix hoars rnn from Loaisvllle Ij on the Knoxville Branch ol the Louisville and .Nashville Itailroad. New Open for Visitors. BOARIs-il2 per week during the months of June ana epiemoer. On July 1st ar new and commodious brick hotel building, supplied with all modem con veniences, wat-r, as, etc . will be thrown open to the public, and every effort made to assure me corato.-i ami well are Of guests. Th. Il . . r .. : w.ii u ....v.- i. . .. ' . ' ... .Ill LIU.. D.JICIIIim 1,1 , and on Ihe 16th of teptember the tSecond sie-ston of "CKAB OK HARD SPP.INit i-OLLattr. lor young ladies, will open. char.'P of Prof. Jso. F. Takbant and I. am as Principals, assisted by a full corps of eiitcieui instructors. f irents Having daughters to educate are especially urged to visit the Springs daring ineseafcou; aim ior iniormation in regard to me scnaoi, win iuiaress, ov mail, me rnn cipiiN. For Crab OreiiMrd .Sprlnev Hotel pamphlets aim circulars, iuiaress stlfcljUBY .v CHUIU.li. Pronneturs. myg) dAW Crab Orchard. Ky. PETITIONS.' Petition for Incorporation or "South Memphis BoaJeTard Company Mo. sjM-m the Hecond Chancery ourt of MTHKRKAi, Jacob T If oru, j . T J. Writ aerson. .1. A. Wlp..n.l vV. i eklaens ami resi'lentsof aasaee. hare died uielr pe rt, praying ibat n.y nd crusiors and assigii ,, be in- naine of trie "Souih the rt. noathwortu Htielby connty ' tiin in this c their associate. oo; porn led und ji.-npu oouievaru company." ai.d lie em wered In tnat name to sue, make con Irakis do ail j 'Ut tbe .ti pan y y-nine Haciid- TRUST SALES. Truat Male. y Tirtne of a deed of trost to me ;lie 2nh day bv I. Pante. on ims, and registered in su.olby eesmty, State No. .;. I will, ut the re in staid trust and lor : certain liidebtelnem i .1 pi ill reef i it June, sM of n book eticlary mg a i.. i uoiu irmiiiw uu real property, a&c things necessary and proper to carr objects of saw sautsjraM; tnat au be incorporated for the term of nil years, be authorized to construct sal amized road on South treet from its tion with IietSoto street to tbe Heman lo road and thence on the Hernando road to- Noncon nah creek, using the present beds of Swnth street and Hernando mad In construe', ug the said Macadamised road; that said company be authorised to establish a toll-gate nna rr(. lect tolls for the ate of the said tmorovesl road; that said company be authorised to commence work, and exercise ail of It" powers and functions, on obtaining subscriptions to Its capital stock to the amount of tf u thou sand dollars, and to increase the capita! stock to an amount not exceeding one hundred thousand dollars, and for all the general pow ers and privileges i ven to corporations by the general laws of Tennessee. It Is therefore ordered, by the clerk and Master, That publication be made for tain y days. In the Memphis Appeal, notify. ng all pervms desiring lo make th r appearance sat He! Ween o'clock i and el! fi lie am-tlo to-wlt: C ly-fc MM of Washim of Main i on and w thirty sev thence we red. on iae. Wit, the hour."! e bighet W' , ng describ MEDICAL.! DR. D. Ji. IOHSf'S MEDICAL DISPEITSART 208 Main SU. MeaipliH, i eaa. EsUbi. .i.i ,1, i sj Ior ( f ... , ,f fkflERitlL OK MECUCT 1MSEAMKS sneh asypn. all r T nrssie Did curiai a-.- orchitis, hernis or -of a solitary habit, ra rnlnd, pctslu:-, .. j, Ity, Impoteuc; seat set r.clrj.tc vnctcre - Bf Mer r bones M effeeo, dy and lght. CHANCERY SALES CHANCERY SALE OK ALljABL F! rein, at the c eery Court in t or before the fl show cause, if t of said petitlo upon failure so expane, and 1 , - L. . i. for. lxne at office this April 19, lUTtt. St. D. L. STEW A FIT, Clerk and Muster. By Ciico. Mallxky, Dep. ttlerk and Master. Humes A Postou, solicitors. apjl) han- city of Memphis, fe-.n., on Momisy in June. Wx, and should not be granted: lo the ame will be heard rsof lncorporarion granted AND DEALERS IN Cement, Plaster, Hair. Tiles Fire Brick an Claj, Hay, Corn, Bran No. 318 Front Street SAIL-MAKER. LAW FIBS. D. K. MrRAE , D. E. MYEBri W. M. 8NEED McBAE, S VERS & SXKED, COUNSELLORS AND ATTORNEYS AT ZjAW, OFFICE: WALKER BLOCK. i19 MAIM CASSIDY & MILLER, SAIL MAKERS AJiD COTTON DUCK AGENTS, MEW ORLEANS. . LOUISIAHA, MANUFACTURERS OP ALL SIZES AND qualities of Tents, iarpaoiins, Wagon-Covers, Every description of AwsiMea, W indow and DoouSBaois; alio, Flags or all Nat:oS3 BusTiMGg, ail colors, etc. Wholesale leaiers in M AKlLLA aid Takkkd Rofb, ail slses from the Plymouth Cordage Company, Ply mouth, Mass. We keep on hand, ready for shipment, a large stock of ail the above arti cles. CAJMiDY MILLER, 107 p..i y,t.s siuft near Camp, sp.-i New Orleans. Uinlsiana. LIQUORS. A. VAOCAko. B. VACL'AKO. O. r-ICS MANN. a. b. VACUA aO J. . MACCABE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR -A. IT LAW, No. 41 3ladison Street, Room 36. CINX'IXXATl. CWCOnran. June 4. Flour is dull at f7 .!. 7b. VSheat at fl 50(3 1 . orn quiet at 47c. OaU quiet at 7(.i-3Sc. Barley nominal. Rye quiet at 78(5t)c. Provtsious tlrmer; mesa pork uuiet at 16 i0 bid, fl6 75 asked; offerings' light. Lard dull and nominal at Sic forsteam: light offerines. Bu'k meats are firmer aud in good demand: shoulders at 6c; clear rib sides at Si8jc: clear rib neia at BMofe. uacon Ormer and in good demand : shoulders held at "ic: clear rib sides atSic: clear held at SUc. with sale . Whisky firm at 89c. CHICAGO. Chicago, June 4. Flour quiet and weak, but not uuotably lower; .riug extra at 5 90fa7 00. Wheat irregular and unsettled, cloning weak; No. 2 priug at SI 25; No. 1 spring, at $1 30(a) 61. t oru is in lair demand, but un settled aud lower; No. 2. mixed, 3oge. Oats dull aud a shade lower; No. 2, c. ltye dull and nominal: No. 2 68c. Provisions quiet and weak; we quote pork $1.3 66. Lard quiet at 84c, winter; sales of summer at S. Whiskv active 9i)lc. LOUISVILLE. Lot isville, June 4. Bagging flrm and demand light; 2 pound hemp, 14c; z pouttu nax, nc. nour quiet; extra family, $6; fancy, $. Wheat firm: $1 50(a 1 66 for red to choice, ou arrival, and $1 V) for amber. Corn firm; mixed at -5tj(atc, for shelled, in sacks. Oats tirni at 47(,49c for sacks, in store. Kve steady at 80c on arrival. Hay quiet; hoice timothy, per ton, delivered at depet, $20. Pork steady, held at $1". liacou hrm, and supply light: shoul ders, "tO'tc; clear rib sides, 9i9jc; clear, yjc all packed. Hams, sugar cured and fancy, 13f313c all packed. Leaf lard, tierces, 9Ta 9 Vc; kegs, 10(a,l0ic. Bulk meats steady; shoulders, 6jc; clear rib sides, 8Jft8jc; clear, 9c all loose; ic higher for packed. Whisky quiet at 90c. ST. LOUIH. St. Louis, June 4. Flour Is quiet aud weak, big and small extra, :. 75; double extra, $0(6 50; treble extra, ri 7-V i 7 2.3; family, $7 75(a9 75; fancy, $8 75(a,9 75. Wheat dull and declined; No. 2 spring, SI 15; No. 3 fall, $1 40f" 1 4 ;, closing at inside figure. Corn quiet: No. 2 mixed, 37 U- He on fraok, ana 38f;a,38ic in elevator. Oats hioiei; No 2, 30i31c on track, ol' :31Jc on eleva tor. Rye is dull; No. 2 at 08c. Pork quiet, with small jobbing and round lots, at $17(a17 60. Bulk meats- nothing doing. Bacon is dull, with only a small jobbing trade; shoulders, 7J7ic: clear rib aides, clear sides, 9(a,9jc. Hams sugar-cured, 16c. Lard dull; refined 9c. Hogs lower, at $4 50. Cattle lower; native beeves, steers, $3 (4 75. Whiaky steady at 90c. NASHVILLE. Nashvillk, June 4. Flour iu fair demaud and lower; rates for family, ?- Wheat quiet, without inquiry: j most of the mills being stopped, ('oru flrm, hrm but irregular at 5Kfu 6uc in depot. the loliowiue quota- tacked. Kve dull. Barley ao demand, United Slate coupon, 81,!at KDftc. Oats are in light demaud, 122; S-2l's of '62, I16i; 't4, Utif; 't3, 1 and holders firm at 45fi;48c. Pro US; new '65, 119;: '67, 121 ; cou- j visions quiet and unchanged. Pork pons of 1868, 120; new 5e, 1151; 10-40's, S17 76. Balk aaeata are dull; shoulders, 1141; currency (ia, 113J. clear rib sides, 9Jc; cleur, 9c. isouthern Mate Stvurxtics lull and J Kacon is dull ; shoulders, 8jc; clear rib notuiual: Missouri, m ; Tennessee, old, ' shies. 10c; clear, lOJc. Whiaky in lair 7,1; Tenueasee, new, 791; Virginia, ; demand at trj92ic. Cattle steady ; fat new, ; Virginia, old, 44; North beeves $3 650 V Carolina, old, ifc; Nortn Carolina,: NEW YORK, new, 15J . Nkw York, June 4. Flour lower Utoric and Uoiad Oiened with oou- j and iu moderate demand; superfine siderable activity, but was weak in tone western and Stale, $6 60r.6; good to owing to the advance in the Bauk of ; choice, $7 OofoH 10; white wheat ex- . Al tt. W a.a I a. . . AI mars 1 England rate 01 uisooum. iu me eveu-. tra, a;io m. rvnisay at 94C94c NEW YORK. Nkw York, June 4. Money The market was very easy, 3(o,5 per cent. Tbe unexpected announcement that the Bank of Kngland had advanced the rate of discount from 67 per cent, caused an advance of from 1 iu gold and Kgt in foreign exchange, and a tempo rary depression in stocks. The Express says this advance in the bauk rate is uu doubtediv a precautionary measure, as another instalment of 10,000.000 sterling of the French indemnity is about to be paid. The Bank of Eugland not hav ing received the usual supply of gold from this country duriug the past spring, and having to pay America three millions sterling before October next, naturally dedre to check as far as possible any drain upon their bullion. Loudon special dispatcher report money below the bank rate In open market; also that none of the continental mwuey discount above 6 per cenL, except at Vi enna, where it Is 7 per tent. Sterling Exchange Httung and higher at Hi for sixty-days, and 10 for sight. Uolti Active aud higher; opening at 11S, advancing at 118, and closing at U7j(i118. Loans were 2(i 5 per cent, for carrying. Clearings, $39,ouo,ti. The assistant-treasurer disbursed S4i7,-000. Croi mmuU Bond -lull but closing at JOHX H. KEKR, ATTORNE Y-AT-L A W, 15 1 IOV STREET, LKE BLOCK MEMPHIS, TEJtSlgfoEK FREEMAN RANDOLPH ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, aajtsis, Kississjppi. SMT References: Estes, Flier Plnson, M.L.MsMbsm. Knotw On B JHO. W. THOMPSON I JNU. W. T. FALKN1B THOMPSON i FALMNER, ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW, Ripley, Mississippi. SPECIAL anl piompt attenUon given t '-ollectlons in Tippah and adtoinln oouuues. Bei'er to Colonel u. a.. Piiuon. Colonel T.B lllanl. Hon th worth. Thaytr ( .... Memnolt ORGANS. A. VACCABO A CO. Importers aud Dealers 1b WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAKS, No. 324 Front Street. Memphis. MEDICAL. T Tt t t T 1 T if 4$ rt-' 16 FIRST PRIZES. Oriental Oil Whiskers DYE, Hlll'S CELEBRATED SULPHUR AND CHALYBEATE aritiKGa, Near Rogersville, Tennessee. rpH 13 favorite Watering Place and Summer 1 Itesort will be open for visitors May 1, W7H TEKX8: Board, per day ( 1 50 Board, per treek 9 00 Board, per month 30 0 .-(..;.. 1 Terms for families. To those having scrofula. Dyspepsia, Kidney and Mercnrial Di senses, General Debility, Etc , w. say come and be cured. B. F. 4 E. U. POWEL, ProprieUirs. N. B. .'Juests will is- furnished daily with fresh Alum Water, from the celebrated Haw kins county Alum Weil, Feasor chabqb. VALHERMOSO SPRINGS, MORGAN CO., ALABAMA. IJUfiHTEEN miles from Hr.ntsville by cai j riage road ; twenty -Ave milr-from Deca tur by boat or carriage. Here are WhiteSul phurand Iodine, Black Sulphurs and Iodine and Chalybeate waters In tnexhanstlble sup plies more strongly Impregnated, says a dis tinguished chemist, than any similar waters in the United States. Hotel accommodations ample. Table wholesome and excellent. Ask all the guests of last year. Prices to suit tbe times, so that living is cheaper here than at home, restored health and vigor are added as clear gains. Send for Circulars lo J. R. PAYNTER 4 SONS, Proprietors. P. O. Valhermoso Springs, Morgan county Alabama, via Decatur. my7 dAW CATOOSA SPRINGS, GA. THE (tKEAT FOUNTAIN CF HEALTH AND PLKAKU. MT ILL BE OPENED FOR THE RKl EP TT tion of Visitors June 1, 1873. Petition for Incorporation. No , R. D. In the Second Chan-er Court ol Shelby coony, Tmnessee. WHEREAS, S. B. Bryan, Sam. Tab- Ham Tate, Jr., T. D. K.idelifr, E. U. sensi., M. J Wicks and W.J. -M. (iavock, all citf-..-ns or Shelby county, Tennessee, except E. O. See bree and W. J. McOavock, have filed tkfir p titicn in this cnurt, ( raying lu be incorporated with the 'powers ant privileges of a corporate body, to tie known and to do business under the name and si vie of The si. Bernard Coal Association of Mercphif . Teuuet," th" pur poses and object of the said aociatloa being to deal, by buying and seliinsr. In all kinds ol fuel, as coal and wixxl. In the purchas- anl sale of all kinds or limber lumber, slaves, shingles, and the like, wit., the power aed privilege of renting, holding, leasing, b iyiug and selling aU or any real estate, buildings or appurtenances, sufficient for the purposes of their business: to ptin hase and run steamers, tugs, towboats, bargrts. Mats, or other boais. for ail purposes connected with their business, or otherwise: and to puri-har-e and use such stock, mules, carts, wagons and other con veyances suitable and adapted to the said business. The capital stock u be oue hundred thousand dollars, of which twentv five thou sand is to be subscribed, and fifty per oeat. laereof to Is- naid in ts-iore the onraniz.. tion of said association : the said stock to lie suh- nereby rnada00110"1 " Ji ''r"ott is also Also a certain tract of .and Ivin an I being in the county and suae af-essid and city or Memphis, and bounded as follows tfs-wlt: Beginning eighteen r.-t six it;(-h. i from the north west corner of original lot .. 124, at the Mxitheast corner of the lot sot 1 hi A. B. Carr to WUliam A. Blckford- then- -south 9J W west with th east sideef t alley, rlAjr-flve fist six Inches to tbe north west corner ol lot No U3: thence ea-i yst south, with th north line of lot No. lis. ev-enty-fbnr and one-quarter imt; liience north f SO east, fifty-a vereot six ineheato the south fainawajj line of a lot sold by said Carr to W. A . Blcklord, as aforesaid ; thenco with - : i south line seven ty-fanr and one fourth feet to the beginning. Magnetic coarse, as sor-. -ved by V. UUam Lawrence, in tbe year VtW The equity of redemption ha expremlr waived is said trust deed, and the title believed to be good, but I convey as trustee only. J. O. LOS-DALE, Jr.. Trustee. LANDS CN ISLANDS 35 AND 40, SATl'HUiY. JCXE 28, I97S. -In the ; onnty. . econd hancerv Court hn L. Morvan et ai. vs. rn.-i: ubiic i 'ae f. to the city SATlKDiY, JUNE 2s. r, Triwtee's Sale. Y virtue of a deed of rrust fcrioeii In shares or Il is therefore ord Master, Thai, public:. lays, in the Mempl persons desiring to herein, at the eon r th ee ry Court. In the -H or before the first Mo i b'.indre lay in July, 1ST tit the lint..-. signed, executed bv Lewis W H.n-r ni wile. Mary C. Harper, dated September It, 1S7I. and registered in deed record book letter on pages 1M and l ot the record or deeds or Crittenden county, state of A-kan-sas, I will, at the reiuest of the beueflciar --i named, and for the purpose of paving the in deiitedness therein secured, on Wednesday, the 2Uj day of Jane, 1S73, at the eonrtbetrse door In the town of Marion. Crittenden couaty, state of Arkansas, expose to sale and sell for each to tbe highest and Hal bidder, the following described lands, viz.: The southeast q uarter ol section number three i.T, tbe east half of section number tea iui. and the northeast quarter of section num-i-r ril'een il&i. all In townshm rnuaw seven (TL range number seven " . containing m U acres, more or less, lying and betas in Crit- uciiuku couiiiy. rsiaie 01 Arkansas, ajiri t same on which the said L. W. Harper now i sides. Tne title to said land is believed to good, but I sell and convey only aa truu ie within legal hours. May 5, IST:!. C. L.PAKTEE. Trustee of a pec; the begi Also, a inaiug. and irty ; ail nee ian , on and show cause, if any they bave, why the prayer oi saiu petitioners stioiini noi De vranied upon failure so to do the same will be bean exparte. This May 10. 11T1. M. D. L. STEWART. Clerk and Ms.-' v. r CaABTRF. k Bei.i her. U. c. and M. myll LEGAL. per Mont For analysts and dress mys. d descriptive pamphlet, ad W. C. HEWITT. Prop'r. causisa .spriina". IUKA SPRINGS! 11HOCSANDH OF PERSONS WHO HAVE v!r.'ti jhesv- i-rtebraic'd nrns In yesrs pii-r. will bi glad to learn that ample pro- isiou ii ah iwfu ru:we ior taeir iiccomni. .ti:i- tioa daring the present Neanon. I have bnilt a Large and Elegantly Arranged Houm, within one hnndred yards of the Springs, and will be pleased to receive and entertain my friends and the see item after health and pleasure generally. The house and furniture ail new ana complete. -NUlfcD WATKKl.Mi i' .AUK is so well auu so favorably known that 1 deem It unnereshary to say auj :ning in eulogy. myn A. 1 W ILrO. In tbe sur. i . best and easiest applied Iu tbe world. Work Is i mm In a few Mounds; tn lew : Kiii tweuty inJtiatea no tiny Wn!sJteir ts to be seen. One ap UeafllSSl tor Liuht Brown : two for lilucaC. WMhtnir IIimuMx. kers in not reo!i;re1 befwe or after fjring the Oil ; makes the wt.ic-. M.ft and nistroun; free finrn agar of lead, or otlit-r j-oisonous and bealth-lH-stroying dracs ; ne(l l-nt one trial to provs ta Ruperiurt' ovw all oth'-rs. sUxteen Premium! hare been awarded at duln-uc Fairs and Kipus: tlorw tVir lu irtues over w in-r preparations. J. F. Fi'oazi, manufacturer and proprietor, Xcw York City and .i Tmento, Cal. Aak vour Drug gu!."t for it. and g.ve tt a trial. OL C. WARD BRO.. DWMM1MIC, Agents. atsss" co:;:seto paslo: csgaits iiiM.1 beautirtol n, sl.lr ' M..'e.. i.i tHne l i aro vnir . a,, tm i er puunl la an. Orgaa. It it tfrmturl .MVrMd.ae- eiitiarl. i ulo il. i UMMt 1II1K1 ?M3 .,! WH I, STIR III u-,;. - IMITATION' "i- lii man vol-e is H I'l.HH. msr r-rmt liber,,!. PUNtl A GREAT tlCE IOO yf.u. uourE WATKKS a so. isi STMTij, H. Mi ;tnlti ' Mrat-eta r extremely low .-'i. anil 1 ,'i-ti, . i. t v 7 Ssetstse - sh; is iu W1TEBV. M-l-e fot eaali. p.tr; .mall titomhl, ,-L,...:.. fli-.l-.-lxM rilKlv all mmlern Impro.e- Wl Bl.t l l ll WKU.IVV Nl CATAUKifKs MAU.KI, a itcimiil to H in,!, ..t.'hurrhr, Smiif., u-Scl;l 7Vi nmce tsvwi. .. .' ,, .. ;l s IS, y Tt.n. ILLrSTHATHl' i,ne tofif. A Urn? TffiPfiBpfaiBr ing ttle maraci uhauic ouuujj auu hiirber, with a reaciiou. At the close Pacific' Mail advanced to 41) and reacted to 4o. There were niany rumora afloat reardiug this atock, the moat important of which waa that tbe President waa Uiting 12,000 shares to turn into the company. Thia oauaad a general buy lug movement, and atarted eUxtk up. 1 ukui Pacific sold down to 28,advauoed to i, aud closed at j. rie declined Grain Wheat, buyers favor northwest ern spring at ! oal o3; white Ohio, $1 S6. Rye quiet at 96(ai97c. Barley and malt dull. Corn is fairly active at a decline; strict mixed weatem and yel low western, 6$$(i5c. OaU are heavy aud lower; new mixed western, 4-vi 4ojc ; white at 616fc. Rice U steady at 7 ilgic. Provisions Pork is quiet ; new mess, $16 70. Beef is steady ; mess at y(2;l 1 Jc. Cut meats are quiet ; sboul- THE DAILY APPEAL. WmT Th- MEMPHIS APPEAL is thoroughly idt'nliiftl with the people of Tenna$ee, Alabama, Mbssussi ppi a iui Arka nsti-s. It his beenin existence thirtirt;uo years, and popular as it has fteretofore been, the present proprietors are lietermined to render it still more worthy of its past history, and of the confidence which the public repose m it. IU circulation and 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 ire expect to do by publishing a newspaper equal to the best, North or South, the representa tive Journal of this section. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one month, by mail 9 1 e fme copy, six months, by mail if 0 One copy, one year, by mail in no One copy, one week, in city aa Specimen copies sent free of charge. Out mail books arc kept ly post offices, and not by individual names. , l In ordering paper changed from one postofp.ee to another, the names of both postoffices should be given. Address, in all cases, the "AP PEAL," Memphis, Tenn. MoOABB'S MEDICATED BLACKBERRY BRANDY. THK only sure cure for 'Choi era, Cliultra J. Morbus, Dyseatery, Flux, Ktc. It excels any other known remeny for thew llseaj.es. For sale by KOrsF.N KAt II A CO.. 300 Front strtet. Sole Arents for Arkansas, West Tennessee, and Mississippi, to wh om aUonler must be auare.seo. rny-T INSURANCE. PLANTERS (TIKE AND MARINE" INSURANCE COMPANY OF MEMPHIS, TENN., OFFICE IN COMPASfS BIILUI.-.G, 41 XVE ADISON 8 T. D. T. PORTER, President. D. H. TOWJiSEJiD, Vice-President. W. A. UOOVXAN, Secretary. J. . LONSDALE, Jr., Ass't Secretary. DIRECTORS : D. H. TOWJSEND, O. V. KAMBALT . -c v n- ' w. l. RAnroBD M. D. JOHNSON. D. T. PoRTKR C. J. PHILL1PH. A.J. WHITK. N. R. SLEDGE, R. L. COFFI.V, M.J. WICKS. s. F. McNlTTT. ti. H. JUDAH, S. H. BROOKs. B. EISKMAN. ff INLAND AND MARINE INS (TRANCE. T X) SHIPPERS AND OTHERS DESIRINIi toefleci Iniaud ami Marine Insunuiis. I can now oiler tbe PACIFIC MUTUAL INS, CO. OF MEW YORK, TOTAL ASSETS 81.021.091 59 Hbe doe no tire buslttem. Her sianuuitf Is not onl v " flrHt-rlass " in the United states, but iu Europe. m C ARRIWOTON MASON, AGENT, Wo. 9 Madison Street. YELLOW SULPHUR SPRINGS, Montgomery Co., Virginia, will Bit- Opened for Vlsitom June 1, 1873, Under Ibe.miuiagenient of Col. S. COBB. VERY extensive lmprovmentn bave been made since last season, lueludtng a large new Hotel, with all modern conveniences. More than six hundred guests can be com fortably accommodated. This is t be most ele vated, the coolest and best .boded summer re sort in Virginia. Tbe mineral water has, for teventy-flva years, oeen justly ceieoratea ior ij active tonic and alterative powers. Hot and Cold Baths of mineral water at tbe command of visitors. Telegrapb, Express and Postoffices are here. Bowling Alleys and Billiard Saloons, for ladies and gentlemen. Round Tickets can be procured at all the principal cities. V 1st ton get off at the ChrlstianburgJJepot, on the Atlsntir. Mississippi and Onro rail road, ond will be conveyed In comfortable coaches miles to tbe Springs. TERMS OF BOARD: Per month 150 IK) Per day X 2 50 Per week Hi 00 Month of Jnne 10 00 Children under ten, and servants, half price. Ministers of tbe Gospel will be charged two thirds of above rates. This has always been tbe favorite resort of families, and every arrangement will be made for their comfort. Send for Pamphlet containing analysis of the water. J. J. J. WADE, myl Proprietors vellow sulphur Spr Montgomery county. Virginia. an BLUE RIME SPRINGS, BOTETOURT COUXTT, Ya. THIS pleasant SUMMER RESORT is de lightfully located on the Western Slope af the Blue Ridge Mountains near the Sum mit;, and immediately on the line of the At lantic, Mississippi and Ohio Railroad. Open for Visitors June 3, 1ST3. IT IS THE POPULAR CURE for Dyspep sia and its numerous evil altendauls. Descriptive Pamphlets seat to any address. TERMS OF BOARD i Valuable Hotel Property for Sale ADMINISTRATRIX SALE. tr By virtue of an order granted by the Court of Ordinary of said Richmond county Georgia, on the 19th day of May, ltfTi, will be sold, at the Planters Hotel. In the city of Au gusta, on first Tnesday in Jnlj, 17. at public eutcry, between the legal hoars of sola and to continue from day to day until ail Is sold, all the personal property belonging to the estate of John A. Goldstein, deceased consisting of household and kiteheu furni ture, sheets, pillows, bolsters, 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 filed 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 Johu 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 rant hotel. myit Public Printing. SEA LEI PROPOSALS will be received at the office of the Secretary oi State, at Nashville, nntll the Mh 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, uuder ihe provisions of the Cede aa modified by an act passed Decem ber 9, W71. Each bidder shall file with his bid a speci men page of letter-oreas such as he proposiss to employ in executing the public work. April 24, 1873. CHAS. S. GIBBS, Secretary of State, WM. HOtWHT, Treasurer. W. W. HOBBS, Comptroller, ap25 fr Commrasionr -inting. Administrate r"s Notice. HAVING been duly qualified ai Adminis trator of James strain, deceased, all per sons having claims against said decedent are hereby required to exhibit tbe same within the time limited by law, or the same will be barred ; and all persons indebted to said estate are notified to settle forthwith. W. V. G SJDM AN, Adm'r, No. II Maditou street. Memph is. May M, 1ST:;. myitl Insolvent Notice. AVLNG suggested the insolvency of the estate of M. H. Chambers, deceased, to the Connty Court Clerk of shflby county, Tennessee, and said Clerk having ordered that publication be made in some newspaper pub lished in said county, and also at the court- uouse uoor: This is to notify all persons havinir claims against said estate, to appearand tile the same with said clerk, authenticated in the manner prescribed by law, on or before the second daw of November, 187S; and any claim not filed on or before said day, or before an appropria tion oi me iuuus, snau oe lorevw :arred, both in law and equity. This May 3. 1873. my J. M. CREWS. Administrator. Executrix Notice. HA v IMG been duly qualified as Executrix of Jacob M. Moon, deceased, ail persons having claims against said decedent are hereby Dotined to present the same within the time preecri bed by law or the same will be oarreu; ana an persons indebted to said es tate are hereuv requested to come forward and make settlement At once. myl H M. MOON, Executrix. CHANCERY SALE. CHANCERY SALE -or- REAL ESTATE OX THE PREMISES, TUESDAY. JULY 1, 1873. No. W R. D.-A. T. Cockereil et si. Stewart et al. vs. D. BY virtue of a decree of sale made by the Second Chancery Court of sheIoy Conntv, on the 8th day of January, 1S73, in ihe above entitled cause, I will offer at public sale, to the highest bidder. on ihe Premise, on the state -- mnil. four allies Earn of MempM. ON TUESDAY, JILT 1, lTi, commencing at 12 o'clock, in., the following described real estate: The late farm Place ef Davis Cockerel, deceased. In sight of Buntyn Station, and the same referred to and de scribed la said decree of sale, and which, under the orders of the Court, has len sub divided, surveyed and plotted Into fifteen beautiful lota, as follows, to-wit : Lot Mo. I contains lo 34-100 acres. Lot No. 11 contains J) 23-It!) acres. L"t Mo. 3 contains h 3-100 acres. Lot Mo. 4 contains s w-100 acres. Lot No. -3 contains 22 12-lOu acres. Lot No. 1 contaias i U-lUt acres. Lot No. 7 contains 13 32-W0 acres. Lot so. 8 contains 27 97-Hi acres. Lot Mo. 9 contains 14 H-luO acres. Lot Mo. 10 contains is .n i Lot Mo. 11 contains 18 20-1' 0 acres. Lot No. 12 contains 23 31-luu acres. Lot No. 13 contains -!.. acres. Lot No. 14 contains 7 23-108 acres. Lot Mo. 15 contains M IP acres. Some lots well timbered, and some cleared and in cultivation. For metes and bounds see plat and field notes at my office, and the posters being dis tributed. Terms or Salk Credit of 7 and 13 months; notes with good personal security required ; lien retained. Eqntty of redemption express ly barred. Persons wishing to attend the sale can reach the grounds by the way of Buntvn Station. on Charleston road Trains to suit. Lots Nos. , 8. s and 13 being covered bv the dower of Mrs. CockerelL the reversionarv in terest onlv therein will be sold. HARE OPPORTUNITY to purchase rich garden spots, cheap, and on gissi terms. May u, ist:i. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. Estes St Jackson, solicitors. my31 - to a river; I west unlain- f Brans is or land ig hereto- Mklance in rlty, bear ilty of re- May 27. 'S-!. M.D.L.: Cier Geo. W. Winchester. soL fort Chants rj Nale of Bfal Estate. No. r25, R. First Ciiansery Court of Shelby crmnty.-W. G. L. Adams vs. L. B. 222 BY virtue of an mterlocTi'.i-ir , sale entered in the abjv-'ca 1873. 1 will sell at public suctioav. to est bidder, iu front of tiiei ,-iK a ' office, Greenlaw Operahmise ' secu Memphis, Tennessee, ou e for fay 5, high- slrr'l treet. Satnnjaj, Jnjjp u, !.;, TeaffieTSu being a part o county lot No. east corner of thence wesrwai street feet: with eastern b Lsl feet; thence lar street 49 fr I bed nty, Pop try of on a credit of one and two ' ' ar , 1 notes with approval r ;- retained to i urt he-s. i'1- -, ' This May 10, ISTi, mnrsD a. i lv. . Clerx an-; Master. Geo, B. Peters. Jr., Brown A Hill and . M. Scales, Attorneys. myll Chancery Sale oi ity Lot. of a Jgs Ho.9ftl. H. D. In the Second Chancery Conrt . IcUr-s-... .. JJ. Wii- mon. and Tom Gale, late . l ultams.t o . s. I. F. las Hatfield and her bus Id, Lannia P. Muir and Moir. and the children of rt. Marv P. Davenp7rt,a E. Garr and her husband OI .1. H. lrsi il.-..ui.l DY virtue of a decree entered in the above her husband J. w Mu'r aid ihe! Amanda Davenport. Mtsurt p. Ba minor, and Eliza K. i .... r- Thos. J. Garr. heirs ol J. H ;rr mtent l.ui . 1-, . .. . Thnrsdaj, the 12th day of Jan?. 1S7S, Chancery Sale of Real Estate OM Saturday, Jane 28, 1S?3. No. 1329, R. D. In the Second Chancery Court or aueiuy county. Tennessee. Eimira s. Ashby et ai . Henry S. Test. Sale tor parti ties. BY Tirtne of an order of sale made in the above cause, I will sell, at public auc tion, to the hinhest bidder, at the outside door of the Second Chancery Courtroom. Sec ond street, city of Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, June 2S, 1ST3, within legal hours, the lands described in tbe said order of sale, to-wlt: Situate in tne i-ountv of Ssau v. and state of Tennessee, and In the city of Memphis: Heginnina- al the southwest .nterei tion of Poplar and Orleans streets, and running ther.ee south with Orleans street one hun dred and seventy (m feet to a stake ; thence west nity-six feet, more or less, ra a aaaata : thence one hundrod and seventy itu feet noith to Poplar street; thence east with the south line of Poplar street flfTy-si v 58 1 feet, more or less, to the point of beciuninv. Terms of Sale Ona- third cash : tsilanraon a credit of one and two years, purchaser exe cuting notes with security bearing six per cent, interest for deferred payments : lien re tained to secure same. This ALav 27, 1873. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. EdgugtouHabsjyrtSjiorcom at 1. cerj the the doc tree"' f with Tre ward 5o fi eal side The sale complali principal money oi quired to execute note tor bid, and interest from date or more good and saraciet dltion to which a lien will I lot. The right of redempt chaw are forever barred, an made absolute In the pur rlrmation of sale by the cc This May 22. l7 :. M. D. Vance A Anderson and M solicitors for mpUinants. aan- e. to iths, . in . the ice mng. or of i nee, hase e re f his two sd . the U I' ll be con- Chancery Sale of Real t- tate. SHERIFF SALE. SHERIFFS S1LE Mo. 38fliO. R First Chancery I . art of -.lielbr county James Hewett et al. vs. Kobert r. usiDey etai. virtue l an interlocutory as am san- en.ereii , , 1873, I will sell, at public section. :o est bidder, in front ot the Clerk anc office, Greenlaw Block. . city of Memphis, Tennessee, on for v 13. igh- er'S the SATURDAY, Jl .E 14, 178. hours, the foliouia lesi OF By the season By the two months... By the one month.... By the week - By the day -.$45 per month .. .50 per month ... V per month .- 15 I Children and servants half price. ID ai Field, M. D., Resident Physician. PHIL. F. BKiWN, Proprietor. For further particulars, address, DK. J. HERBERT C LAI BO UN K, President of Springs Co., Petersburg, V a Young Men's Christian Association READING ROOMS : No. 10 West Conrt St. Rooms 14 and 15. MEMPHIS, TEMMESSEE. OP EM DAILY From 9 am. to 12 m. From 3 to I p.m., and from 7 to 10 pjn. On Sundays from 3 to 6 pan. The best Periodicals of the Day, in addition to a Large Library, Free to All. OFFICERS; E. 8. Francis, Pres't. Ur.M.K. Bramhail.V. P. W.G.Orgaiu, Rec.Sec. A.W. Mewsom,Cor.Sec. S. J. Junkin, Treasurer. Regular business meeting rlrst Monday night in each month. Literary and Social Exer cises each succeeding Monday night. Praver meeting every Saturday night. Bible C from 5 to U pun, every Sunday. apl WHITE SDLPBUR SPRINGS WEST VIRGINIA. FAMOUS for their Alterative waters and fashionaole patronage, ARE MOW OPEM. 1 hey are feet ariove une-water. anorang entire reliel from prostrating summer heat. Capacity for accommodating 1000 persons. Charges S3 50 per day, 121 per week, and & per mouth. We are also proprietors of the Swent Cha lybeate springs, sixteen mlis from the White, known Ior their unsurpussed Nervine tonic wati rs and bathing advantages. Administrator's Notice. AV IMG been dnly qualifletl as Admlnis- trator of William Croak, deceased, all persons having claims agsinst said decedent are hereby rtqnired to exhibit ths same within the time limited bv law. or the same will be barred: aud all rersons indebted to said estate are notified to settle forthwitc. W. L.CLAPP. Adm'r. 15 Union st. Memphis. April 24. 1st apjh MISCELLANEOUS. W. J. ELLIOTT, HI SK FACTORY AJID General TJialiolaatoi-y- . 131 Second Street. HOME MANUFACTURERS of all kinds cf Mattresses. Furniture Repaired and Var uished. Mosquito Bats made to order. Goods packed and shipped. ap26 White Sulphur Wattr kepf hen for the use of visitors without charge. Terms $3 per day, T0 per month. L 1 reel f el cgraph i and Exprena com m un ica tkm with both Springs, mvio G L. PTYTON CO. SPECTACLES. Improve Your Sight! THE KEJW E.VT-PEtT.V VIES. NOW offered are superior Spectacles, ground with aye free from ion and impur nesa and dis- & to the .iblle, to all ord-nary They are UantuessofTi- alon they are nn-Trout Murk. ri vaied. Mone nslngspectaciesKnotuaoawithvullheoi. They are mounted In Steel, SheLL Rubber and Gold Frames, and are manufactured expresaiy lor and said In Memphis only, by a . X. Ba.XslXa-T71VE i IIWUiKM AMD OPTlt IAM8. "1 W 1 1 I 1 mW 'Illirafs 1 1 1 I i 'I'l' J t ValuLaal3X City AMD - SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE. TREASURY J..EPARTMEMT, ) Orncs or CoMHTBot.Laa or tu Cr kbkhcy v Washisgtos, March 31, 1S73. j Whekkas, by satisfactory evidence pre sented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that The Fourth National Bank of HenaUs, In the city of Memphis, iu the connty nf Shelby, and State 01' Tennessee, has oeen duly organised under and according to the require ments of the act of Congress entitled "An act to provide a National Currency secured by a pledge of United States Bonds, and to provide for tne circulation and redemption thereof " approved June 3, 14, and has complied with all the provision of said act required to be compiles with before commencing the busi ness of banking under said act. Mow, therefore, I, John Jay Knox, Comp troller of the Currency, do hereby certify that Thx FocaTH Matiosal Bask or Memphis, in tbe oity of Memphis, in the county of Shelby, and State of Tennessee. Is authorised to commence the business of banking under the act aforesaid. In testimony whereof witness my hand and seal of office, this 3lat day of March - NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN. That by vir- ue of a writ of venditioni exponas to me directed from the Hon. Supreme Court ol Tennessee, in the case of the Merchants Na tional Bank of Memphis vs. A. Alston, judg ment rendered on the '16th day of Jane, lsTU. tor the sum oftoirty-eight thousand three hundred and sixty-five dollars and nine cents, with interest and costs of sntt, to satisfy said j udgment, etc., I will, oa FRIDAY, THE 20tn DAT of JU3F,1873, at 11 o'clock .m.. in front of my office. Mo. SU Seeond aGeeet, Memphis, Tenn., proceed to ell, to thehlaheat bidder, for cash , th- follow ing described property, to- wit: L A hat In the elty of Memphis, ou north side of Marker street and fronting on same thirty -seven (37) feat, beginning seventy-four feet three inches east of the northeast corner of the in tersectlon of Third and Market streets ; thence eastward with Market street 37 feet; thence northward at right angles from said street 1"". feet; thence weal ward 27 feet; thence southward HS et to the beginning said Alston's title being in fee simple. t. A tract of ten 1 10) acres, in a square, in old Fifth Civil District.. lot No. II, on the plan 01 lots of estate of R. F. Weakley, on east side of Weakley avenue and north side of a JO foot avenue, in northeast Intersection of said ave nue as laid down In Rneker's map the same lot being conveyed in fee by Thomas R. Smith to said Alston. ft Oa the interest and title of said A. Alston in and to the follow inc described lo's. cm. veyesl to i.i 111 and bis ariieMarv. bv deed m.m Thomas K.Smith, which isresi tered in Issik page :tf. lying on east side uf Ttirnl dr,ui in Memphis, south of Washington street he lug the center tenement of a block of rive brick tenements, which said tenement UtalaJi at a poial5v feet I Inches south nf Wiishiuaion street, and. a law east linear Th rrt ir..r thence eastward with Ihe canter of t.ha wall 11HM feet to the alley, thence north with ibe west side of the alley feet 8 Inches; thence westward 1-pJ... feet to Third street- thence with the same oatli ward St feet 8 inch to the beginning. The interest of said A. Alston ue ingsucbasheiu-qnirealbvadeedmsdejoln ty to him and his wife, which made provision that on the death 01 either, his or her share should go 10 their daughter. The above reel ted j udgment being entitled to a credit ot thirty-three thousand saw hon dred and firty-one dollars and Ave cents $3:151 051, paid by said A. Alston to Jno. J. Frtssnian. uathier. on the lllh day of Decern- Lber. 1K2J . Levied on as the property 01 aeienaani a. Alston, to satisfy said judgment, interest and costs. Sale to commence at H o'cloe ajn. W. J. P. DOYLE, Sheriff of Shelby County. WLSteDhensatWrnerorIalni within legal property, tra tnereon, sirnaieu m sueltjy c hum see, to-wit: A certain tract of Inc. being in the county of She.!.-. Tennessee, containing, by esti'ms eight acres and ninerv-seven oue of an acre S V7-100), tne samafsaai north side of the Memphis aid Plackroad, in the vicinity of and posite the residence of Janus anowi and designated as dry m taken off the west siue .( low tt ai subdivision of Ki'nnf.'fi '.arret.'s land being laid off bv a (in north line nf the Memphis and Plank road, and running northwar both lots Nos. ill and ii parallel west boundary line to the aorta Une of lot No. , crossing the bed phis and Ohio Railroad, saving an out 01 said arty acres a stripoccui railroad, of one and seven one (l 7-lUOl. A subdivision will be made of sH:,i p mperty. dividing it into Three Lota, and the same sold accordingly. Terms ot Sale One-third cash ; balance on a credit of one and two years, wita interest from date of sale : .nrrriaser to execute notes for the deferred payuient... with apprcv-.i se curity; lien relaiueii: eqiiitv of reumi nou barred. EDMUND A. COLE. r; jeil iveuients . T-unes-- ng .nd ta e of a. lortT .idredtha ig on the imervlile early op- sa 7on the act; said rig en the uuerville I through th their xran.iary lie vi em- d i j -abl ndredths T. W. Brown, Attorney. 1 as:er. my!5 Chancery Sale of Keal Estate. No. JUW, R. In the Ch:tncery Court of .-nelby County. WUliam F. Hardin et ai. vs. Thos. j . Logsweu. rirtne of an lntcrloctitory decree ior sale itered in the above cause December 34. will sell at public auction, to the high Ider, in front of the Clerk and Masiera UpernLou.se, -ecocd street. Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday. Juu t 14, 173, within legal hours, the following deaci property, situated in Memphis, -- on Main street, to-wit: Lol Mo. I, aspen missiouer's report, rc ul- n ued tiiei Beginning at the sonthu' aaa Linuen streets: th-nc- -west line of Main str- I north with the east line of sa:d alley au leet 10 the south line oi Undea st.-eet: thence east with tlie south line of Linden street 115 feet to I the beginning allotted to James M. w ilnaaa i son. I Lot Mo. 2 Beginning at a stake I west corner ni Mam and Linden streets; run ning thence south with the wast line 01 Min street 130 fee 10 a stake: thence wes. ;.t rfxjai angles with Main street 115 ler, ro a sihki- on the east line of a patvate alley lu feet wide; thence with the east Une of said alley, wardly 1.0 feet to a stake; thence eas-tv.-aitiiy 115 feet to the beginning-allotted u. Wiliiaru F. Hardin. Terms of Saie KSm a credit of seven ana thirteen months; purchaser to execute notes with approved security. Hen retained to se cure same; equity- of redemption barred. This March 133. EDMUND A. COLE. Clerk and Master. Hnmis St frmtrm and .1. A.Ta;or, Tinrneys. Sale I talnable Lot on ii Street. Ten- -iVTEwUl seil at public antl, to the hlgh ff est bidder, on atoesday, Jaae la, MM, at IS as., m the premises, that valuable un- Improved reatdenoe property, being lot No. :. and pari ot No. I, Woek , fronting , 0 feet on the east aide of Tennessee street (110 feet north of T relevant street), and running; back 10 feet to Clinton alley, or street. Tekms One-third cash: h'.r" - A NEW IDEA, IMUTI ri'TIOM. AMD SEW BOARD IMG-HOUSE and Ladies' and Gen tlemen's restaurant. Dressing-room for ladies from the country and city. MaalS at ail hours, from fifteen can's to Un dollars, as ordered. Ail delicacies and) lux uries of the oity and season as reqirir. d. Rooms to rent, furnished or unfurnished. , 'Ai Li oe.-