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TBGE MEMPHIS DAILY A.P3PEA.L----TPITJIISDD) JULY 31, 1873.
FINANCE AND TEADE. Middling Cotton 1019 l-4c Xcw York Exchange par to 1-4 Preml-nra-Gold 114 1-2114 3-4. Teed Very Qniet Cornineal no Better Eggs and Fishes. End or the 3IonthrSale of Charleston Stock at 19 MTio Is Boss? Cotton Unchanged Sales 250 Bales Medium Grades Easier. OFTCCK OF T1XE DAILY APPEAL, 1 WEDNESDAY, July 30, 1K3. J FINANCIAL. As the end of the month approaches the amount of business becomes more contracted; indeed, sales have been made in some instances only upon con dition of putting the account into the next month. Exchange remains scarce and deficient; among banks $2 2 23 per $1000 was paid for it The reg ular counter lates remain as they have been quoted for some time. For gold brokers were paying 114$114J, accord ing to the size of the lots. In stocks and bonds we heard of nothing doing, but that a lot of 200 shares of Charleston railroad are on the market; also a lot of CO shares sold at 19c The stockholders of this road are to meet in three weeks. Upon the results of that meeting much will depend, as it will then be seen whether the stockholders or their ten ants are the practical owners of the road. Mempnis currency sixes, without coupons, 51. Memphis gold sixes, 57 5S. Memphis city scrip 7580. Shel by county warrants, 80S3; Mem puis and Chaileston railroad stock, 20; ditto 1st mortgage bonds, 87; ditto 2d mortgage, 78. Memphis and Ohio rail .rjad stock, 18(519; ditto 1st mortgage Donds, 95; ditto 2d mortgage, 80. Mis sissippi and Tennessee railroad stock. IS; ditto 1st mortgage bonds, 86J; ditto 2d mortgage. 72J73. Mississippi Cen tral railroad stock, 1214; ditto 1st mortgage wmas, b; uitto mortagage, S3. Mississippi levee bonds, 3335. COTTON. If there was any chance in the mar ket to-day, it was simply easier, as far as low and medium cottons are con cerned, though for higher grades it re mained steady, and middling was re ported scarce. Sales were 250 bales at 19 ( 20c for low ordinary, 143il4?c for strict ordinary, ll12c for ordinary, 17Jc for uarely low middling, 1818c for low middling, and 19c for middling. Other markets reported former quotations, ex cept that near futures were lower in New iorK. S-alO- Ordinary J1 12 Good ord ! (1CJ . 13 U5 s:. good ord .17 17M St low inld..lSSSl'9t Low mid 1S-KH54 Middling 19-1 Strict mid XVmi 1S73. . US . 2s 4M,7 1S72 Becclpts . . S- . piiitnis.. 3,577 3W.3S1 T-tal n-ctipls to date.. Ttal shipments to date IMPOSTS. Memphis and Padncab railroad. Memphis and Charleston railroad MlsMSMppl and TennesEt-ee railroad.. juempnis ana unio raurowi . 23 Memphis and Little Rock railroad steamers .. I ll..ated per wagon and otlier sources 20 EXPOETh. Mcapbie and Cliarieston railroad-. il-s.-.n.Mppl and Tenuesee railroad- M phis and Ohio railroad -rje-s, nortti . 2 . 0(i . 31 Steamers, soulli.. We condense the following from the New York Chronicle of July 2Gth: "We have often expressed the opinion that any advance in cotton which is not based upon the true relation of supply and demand is in its final result an ac tual injury to the planter. Some of our southern friends fiud so much satisfac tion In high prices that they appear to U-iuk we are wrong in this position. A fact or two which the present corner is caw developing will be of interest in this connection. First. For some time there has been a rumor in circulation Czat cotton was to be shipped from Liv erpool, as under the present artificial condition of the market there was profit In the transaction. It appears now that such a movement is in actual progress. TLis week the steamer City of Chester arrived the 21st Inst) with 303 bales of American cotton; on the same day the City of Bristol brought 243 bales of Egyp tian, and on the 23d the Gaelic brought C57 bales American; Monday the Adri atic is expected to arrive, and we under stand she has 1500 bales American for New YorK. Second. The high prices are also affecting home consumption. The goods market has not been satisfac tory for a long time, so that high prices the more easily led spinners to econo mize the use of cotton, and hence their takings are sure to be something less than anticipated. These facts are im portant, as both of them help to give us an increased stock of old cotton to carry over to the next cotton year. This is very undesirable, as far as the planter is concerned; he ha3 no interest in the old stock, and to thus swell the supply early in the season will tend to make the year cpen with unreasonably declining prices, in case no disaster should overtake the growing crop. We would much prefer .to see the old cotton absorbed now, a .moderate export continued, this counter movement from Liverpool stopped, and home consumption kept up to the full rate. Such a movement is healthy, and would, in our opinion, best serve the in terests of the planter." The total receipts for the last seven days have reached 12,018 bales, against 13,833 bales last week, 15,181 bales the previous week, and 12,42S bales three weeks since, making the total receipts since the 1st of September, 1872,3,502, 902 bales against 2,700,147 bales for the same period of 1871-72, showing an in crease since September 1, 1871, ofS5G, 845 bales. The exports for the week reach a total ofl4,84G bales, of which 12,705 were to Great Britain, 2141 to France, and r.one to the rest of the continent, while the stocks ate now 169,751 bales. Compared with the corresponding week of last season there is an increase in the exjwrts this week of 9548 bales, while the stocks to-night are 04,850 bales more than they were at this time a year ago. The total receipts at Interior ports for the week were 3021 bales, against 729 ba'cs the same time last season; ship ments 5147, against 104S; stock 25. 444, acainst 8355. The above totals thow that the Interior stocks have de creased during the week 3361 bales, and are 1C,0SS lales more than at the same period last year. The receipts have been 2;i bales more than the same week last year. The exports of cotton this week from New York show an increase since last week, the total reaching 10,053 bales, against 8267 bales last week. Compared with last year, there is a increase this year In the week's shipments from Bombay to all Europe of 1,000 bales aud the total movement since January 1st shows an increase in shipments of 1VD00 bales compared with the corre cponding period or 1672. The following is the visible supplv of cotton, as given in the New York Chronicle of July 12th : KMk. lS7a. 15572. 1K71. L vcrpool MtfM W8M M0 LcJon 211 Total Great Britain- l,llfl0 lpil,W) 7(82,810 lftt.7iYl 221.OU0 KWXI Havre Marseilles Barcelona..... Hamburg l..':mcn .rssterdam KotUrrtBin 11,830 W W 4SXI ftUW) OMX SiJo XM 12.UU0 mvju aywo f fio 1W;) 71,01 ,Ui0 ! 7,000 HJWO 20100 XfilU 17,000 Antwerp. Other cont'ntaln'rts TSiuO lmjxx w,uu Tctal cont'ntal stts 657,200 557,000 881,000 Total Kar'peanbt'ksl.OOC.Ta) 1,788,000 1,17810 l--o to Wmm STgjGOO 619X00 & 1.000 American do. 17M) OU.0O0 1K.O0O Egypt Brazil, etcdo. M'9M .S'-K? 5ckl.K.port lt,7M 101,885 156,000 Stock in Interior U. S. ports 36,411 rW 1V I H. exports this vecki:. 4.OJ0 2,600 6,000 Total visible supply 2,,S15 2ll,?al 20921 Of the above the totals of American and other description are as follows: Jlmmrnn Liverpool stock C ;:i'nental stocks. r::'n afloat Europe I r.".sdstatesislock t 8. Interior stocks I. K. exports this week - X3V.HUU 217,000 187,000 1HK.751 25,111 301,000 161,0 J.) eojwo 161.W5 S67 3S0.O0O 2KXX) 158rf0 156jj02 15,!7tt C.090 Total AmerlcanJils 9224 f-( Indian. Jlraztl, etc Liverpool block SSOJJ0O 1-ondon stock... TllM CsnUnenui aockg. SlUp 1 nd.a afloat Knmrw 378JB00 6&l,fltj0 ssano iQtfiOO 319,000 K3.3I0 1KJJU0 741J1XX) Ljypt, Brazil, afloat VifXO Total American W.195' 6051 tUl.WI Total visible supply 2,t0915 2,Mi51 20921 Prica middling up lands, Liverpool K?id. 9d. 91. These figures Indicate a decrease In the cotton in sight to-night of 134.300 bales, as compared witu me same uate of 1872, and an increase of 235,030 bales, as compared with the corresponding date of 1871. GESERAl MARKET. Corn was very quiet; a lot of good quality white sold at G2Jc. Bran is without movement, nominally $15. Oafs were on the market and 40c was offered, but we heard of no transactions. Hay remains intensely quiet; some nice choice new sold at $25 0. Cornmeal was without animation; order lots wld at $33 05 on the landing; lot of 225 Ubls at $2 95. Eggs are still in aflllction, and 10c is the outside price; the inside is auything from that figure down to what will pay to take packages to the river and distribute them among the fishes. Takinc the stream from St. Louis to New Orleans, the presents of eggs made to the waiting tins nave neeu so large and so numerous the last month, that there can be no possibility that the re llective portion of Mississippi flshdom believe in the doctrine of human de pravity. Chickens are in good demand for fine, large pullets; old 'are little in quired for and lower; we saw old hens oflered at $3 per dozen. Apples come in slowly; shippers offer $1 502 50 per barrel measure, tvtawea are taken loose at $1 251 75, according to quality and choice. Onions are scarce and quiet at$44 50; we saw small pickling of fered at $3 50. Bacon continues to strengthen, and rates are creeping up, but witn some irregularity, but tne quo tations below represent the state of the market. In Chicago, mess pork is held at $15 50, which is a decline; lard dull and lower: bacou steady at8Jc. OJc, lOJc, for shoulders, rib sides, and clear sidts. St. Louis $10 501G 62J for mess; ba con firm at SJc, 1010tc, 1010Jc. Cincinnati holds mess pork nominally at $16, with light offerings; bacon strong and active at 8c, 10Jc, 10c. J "nations are Jor round lots, unless oih- ' nisc expressed; ana jor jcea ana . .- iducc, levee rates. Ibr small pur- , ics and orders, rales are propor- lately higlter. pples For green from wagons s ....cersravSl 502 50. Kac os Clear sides 10llc; clearrih 10 .0ic;shoulders,9yjc;sugar-cured haii canvassed, 13(a-15c; extra brands, 16fc "c; breakfast, canvassed, lllljc. Co :i-:ry bacon, Jc below the above quo tat.as. Butter Choice 2223c; good ta ble 1921c; fair and common 12J16c. Brax Nominal at $15. Baling Stuffs Bagging, 2 and 2 lbs, 1516c; iron ties, 99lc; baling twine, 1415c. Builders' Material Louisville cement, per bbl. $2 5002 75; plaster, Mich., $4; New York, $4 25; Rosendale, $3 253 50; hair, $2 25 per 40 lb bale; fire-brick, $37 per 100; lime, by the car load, $1 50$1 60. Cobm Sale of 100 sks bright white at 62lc. CorntieaI Sale3 of small order lots at $33 05; 225 bbls at $2 95. Coffee We quote at 2225c for Rio, according to quality. Candles Light and full weights per ib, it(n)iac. Cheese Western and factory, 15 16c. Egos Dull at S10e. . Floub Low grades, $4 50; extra, $5 50(aj6; double extra, $6 507; fam ily, $7 508 50; fancy, $9 259 75. Groceries Soda, Sc for keg, and 9o for box. Starch. 55Jc per lb. Ger man soap. 6J7Jc. Rice, 8J9c, as in quality. Hardrefiued sugars, 12J12Jc; open kettle, S10Jc; yellow clarified, 10illc; white do, 11111; standard A Ilia Hay Fair to good quoted at $18 $20; choice $2425; sale of 25 bales new choice at $25 50. Hominy $44 25 per bbl, nominal. Lard In tierces, 9J9c; kegs, 10 10c; pails, 1010c for refined. Lemons and Oranges Oranges, none. Lemons, repacked, S1G. . Mess Pork Quotes $17 2517 75. Molasses Prime to choice planta tion, 5570c; common to prime sugar house syrup, 4055c; fancy, 7075c. Nails $4 S55 rates. Oats Stagnant; 40c offered. Onions Scarce at $44 50 per bbl for good. Potatoes Paying to country wag ons for new$l 251 75 per bbl measure. Peanuts At 3T4c per lb. Poultry Chickens, good mixed and, all hens $33 50. Spring chickens $2 00 3 50. Salt Wholesale rates are, 5-bushel bbls, $2 15 by the car-load. MONETARY AND F1XAXCIAE. NEW YORK. New York, July.30.-Jbney Plenti ful at 3 to 4 per ceut. Serling Exchange Was quiet and firm at S;9 for sixty days', and 9i for sight. Uoia customs' receipts to-uay were $435,000. Gold is firm at 115i115i. Loans were irom to 3 per cent, ior carrying, and for borrowing 1 per cent., 12 per cent, for flat. Clearings, $32,000,000. The assistant-treasurer dis bursed $90,000. Government Bonds Governments were strong on modeiate business. We quote United States coupons '61, 1193; 5-20's i '62, 117; '64, 117;'65,119t; '65, new, 1171; '67,118$; '68, 116J; new 5's, 116; 10-40's, 115J; currency 6s, 114. Southern Mate Securities State bonds are dull. We quote Missouri, 93; Tennessee, old, 81 J; Tennessee, new, f ' Virginia, new, 50; Virginia, old, 42; N nth Carolina, old, 27; North Carol!. r- . new, 15; South Carolina, old, 2S; o j. i Carolina, new, 14. "eks and Bonds Stocks are stronjr I higher, some snares touching tu i:eat point of the season. Lake became the feature of the market, i advanced from 94t to 9o on the re- t 'hat the Lake Shore railroad would whi m the next thirty days be leased to tb- Xew York Central with the guaran tee of 8 per cent, for stock and interest on bonds. iew lorK central was strong at 105Jfrf,1053, with increased ac tivity. There wai less activity and lower prices in Western Union, many parties having sold and invested in Lake Shore and Central. Wabash and Union Pacific have been more active, selling up to 73 and 2SJ respectively. Erie is steady; the directors meet to morrow to examine the semi-annual ac counts of the roads, and transact such business as may come before them. The ceneral list snows more strength than at any previous time of summer. The marKet closed a trine tower man tne best figures of the day, with the excep tion ot Union Pacific, which left off at thehiguest ligures. Tiie roilowlng are the quotations: Cauton. 10l; West ern union Telegrapu Company, 92: Quicksilver, 37; Adams Express Company, 94; Wells & Fargo's Express Company, u; American Jlerclianfa Union Express Company, 64: United States Express Company, OS; Pacific Mail, 37J; iSew orK Central, lOj; Erie, 59J; Erie, preferred, 73; Harlem, 133!: Harlem, preierred. 130: Michigan Central, 95; Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago,8Sj; Northwestern, 69; North western, preierreu, 63; hock island. 1102: New Jersev Ctntral. 102J: SL Paul, 52; St. Paul, preferred, 73; Wabasii, 7; wabasn, preferred, 80; Fort Wayne, 93; Terre Haute,20; Terre Haute, preferred,40; Chicago and Alton, 10S; Chicago and Alton, preferred, 111 ; Ohio and Mississippi, 39$; Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati, 88; Burling ton and Qulncy, 104; Lake Shore, ; Indiana Central, ; Illinois Central. ; Union Pacific stock, 283; Central Pacific bonds, 100; Union Pacific bonds, 82; Delaware and Lackawana, 1003; Hartford and Erie, 2J. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, July 30, 11:30 a. m. Sight exchange, f prem.; sterling ex change, 127. LONDON. - LNDON,July 30, 5 p.m. Theweatlier is fair and favorable to crops. Rate of discount on three months' bills in open market i per cent lower than the Bank of England rate. The amount nf hnlllnn frnne into thd Bank of Ens- land on balanceto-dayi39000. Consols for monev 92!092i: account, 92. United States coupons, 5-20s of '65, 94; '67, 94J; 10-40s, 91; new 6s, 90$; Erie, 40. FRANKFORT. Frankfort, July SO. United States 5-20sof'62, 96. PARIS. Paius, July 30. Rentes 56f 40c. COTTON MARKETS OF TIIE WORLD. NEW YORK. New York, July 30, 10:15 a.m. Cot ton is quiet; ordinary, I4c; good ordinary, 18c; low middling, 20c; good middling, 21c; Alabama, Orleans and Texas, 21c. Futures steady and quiet: July, 203020 5-16; August, 19J019 o-ibc; September, 181018 3-lOc. 12:20 p.m. Cotton quiet and un changed; ordinary, 14i3; good or dinary, 18c; low middling, 20c; lc; saaxlr to spinners, 25 bales; last evening export, 600bale8; to spinners, 343 bales. Futures weak; sales, 12,900 bales; July, 20c; August, 19J; September, 18Jc. 3:15 p.m. Cotton weak and unchang ed; ordinary, 14c; good ordinary, 18c;- mlddling, lc; Alabama, ic; Or leans, 21c; Texas, 21c. Sales export,200 bales; to spiuuers, 503 bales; specu lation, 1 bale. Futures steady; sales export, 19,000 bales; July.lSjgas 15-ioc; August, 1919 13-32c; September, 18 lS3-16c; October, 1717 13-16c; Novem ber. 1717 1-lCc; December, 17017 i-iuc. Cotton report for five days at all United States norts: Receipts, 8121: bales; exports Great Britain, 7C95; stock, 174,234 bales. LIVERPOOL. Liverpool. July 30.-12:15 p.m. Cotton market firm and unchanged; middling uplands, S30Sid; Orleans, 1 p.m. Cotton firm and tending up- ward; sales, 1S.000 bales; export, 4000 bales, 5 d. m. Cotton firm: saes,9000 bales; uplands, 8i8Jd; Orleans, 99Jd. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans. July 30, 11:30 a. m. Cotton steady; no sales; middling, lSJc. 2 p.m. Cotton quiet, steauyanu un changed; sales, 300 bales; middlings, SJc; receipts, 71 bales. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati. July 30. Cotton is quiet aud unchanged. LOUISVILLE. Louisville. July 30. Cotton is dull and nominal; low middling, lSJc. NASHVILLE. Nashville, July 30. Cotton is dull; concessions have to be made to sell at 151017c. ST. LOUIS. St. Louis. July 30. Cotton is dull aud nominal; low middling, 17Jc. DRY GOODS MARKET. i New York, July 30. Business con tinues active with staple cotton and woolen goods, but trade is dull. Atlantic, Indian Head, and Appleton brown sheetings have been reduced to 13Jc. Cotton flannels are brisk. The package movement of dark prints has become quite active. Fancy cassimeres of low aud fine quality are in demand. Black wool and Union beavers are brisk and in short supply. Foreign goods are dull. PRODUCE MARKETS. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, July 30.r-FIour dull; double extra, $5 25; treble extra, $60 6 70; family, $S9 50. Corn is scarce; yellow mixed, 5S0GOc; white mixed, 69 070c; white, 72073c. Oats are easier at 4142c. Bran,dull at 80c. Hay is dull; prime, $22; choice, $25. Pork is dull at $17. Dry salt meats none in market; shoulders, 9c. Bacon is scarce .and in eood demand: shoulders, 93c: clear lib, 10c; clear, llc; hams, 15lGc. Lard is dull; refined, tierce, 883c; keg, 10 lujc. sugar is dull aud nothing doing; good common, 83c; fair to good fair, 8c; fully fair, 99gc; prime, 10c. Mo lasses no movement; plantation re- boiled, 50c. Whisky is firm; Louisiana, 95c; Cincinnati, $1. Coffee is dull at 18 20c. NEW YORK. New York, July 30 Flour is strongly in buyers' favor and more doing; super fine western and State, $4 950 5 25. Whisky is firmer at 9G097& Grain Wheat is heavy and lower; No. 2 Chi cago, $1 3S; northwestern spring, $1 40. Rye is quiet; western, 78080c. Barley and malt dull and unchanged. Corn is steady and in fair demand; high mixed and yellow western, 5705Sc. Oats are more active and firmer; new mixed western, 41042c. Rice is steady; Car olina, 839c Provisions Pork steady; new mess, $17 25. Beef is dull; mess, 901Oc; hams are quiet at 25031c. Cut meats are quiet; long cut hams, 13c; middles are steady; long clear, 8S3c; short clear, 9c Lard is lirmer; western steam held at 8 9-lGSgc. LOUISVILLE. Louisville, July 30. Bagging firm; hemp, 14c; flax, 14c. Flour is quiet; sales of fancy at $7 75; extra family, $5. Wheat is in cood demand; red and am ber, $1 2001 30. Corn is firm; new, 5S 062c sacked. Oats are firm and scarce at 46c sacked. Rye nominal at 60065c. Provisions are steady. Mess pork steady and held at$lC16 50. Bacon is in good demand and firm; shoulders, 9c; clear rib, 1010gc; clear sides, 10c, packed; hams, sugar-cured, 1415c. Bulk meats are steady; shoulders, 8c; clear rib, 9c; clear sides, 9gc, all loose c higher for packed. Lard is steady; choice leaf, tierces, 909c. Whisky is steady at 91c. CHICAGO. Chicago, July 30. Flour is steady but offerings are rather light and most of sales on private terms; low to me dium spring extra, $55 40; good to fancy Minnesota, $6 2507 75. Wheat is excited and higher; No. 2 spring sold up to and closed at $1 2G. Corn is in fair demand and advanced; No. 2 mixed, 353036c regular; 36Jc fresh. Oats are dull aud a shade lower; No. 2, 2602G3c. Rye is Bteady; No. 2, 56c. - Provisions are quiet and unchanged. Pork is steady and held at $15 50. Lard is quiet and held at $7 65. Bulk meats are quiet; shoulders, 7c; short rib middles, 9c; long clear, 9o all loose. Bacon is quiet; shoulders, 8c; clear rib, 9Jc; clear sides, lOJc packed. Whisky is in fair de mand at 93 ?c. ST. LOUIS. St. Louis, July 30. Flour is quiet and market unchanged; little doing. Wheat poned firm and closed dull and easier; new No. 3 fall, $1 27. Com is in light demand, but holders firm; No. 2 mixed, 3904Oc at elevator. Oats are firmer; No. 2, 31031 c at elevator. Barley is quiet at 67c. Rye is steady ; No. 2, 63c. Pork is quiet at $16 50016 02. Dry salt meats are active ana advanced; shoul ders, 7e; clear sides, 9c up country; clear sides here, 9c. Bacon is stifljwith some sales higher; shoulders, Sjc; clear rib, 10c; clear, 1010c. Lard is quiet; refined, 8Sc. Hogs are quiet at $4 4 40. Whisky is nominal at 91c. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, July 30. Flour is dull: new, $0 4007. Wheat steady; new red, $12512S. Corn is firm at 43045c. Rye is steady at 70072c. Oats are firm at 33043c. Barley is dull and nominal. Mess pork is held firmly at $10. Lard is dull and nominal; steam is held at SJc; kettle, 8c. Bulk meats are strong; shoulders held at 73c, sales at 7i: clear rib, 99c, sales at 9c; clear sides held at.9c. Bacon Is firm: shoulders. 83c: clear rib, 10lCc; clear held at 10c. vnisKy nrm at yic. NASHVILLE. Nashville, July 30. Flour hi trood demand; family, $GS 50. Wheat is held at $1 3501 45. Corn is scarce and firm : mixed. 65c. Cornmeal at S2 90ffi 3 in depot. Oats are held at 52c. Pro visions are strong and active. Bulk meats shoulders, 8Jc: clear rib. 93c: clear sides, 10c all loose. Bacon strong; shoulders, 93c; clear rib, 103c; clear, 11c; nams, sugar-cured, lojc; plain, country, idtaiHC. ani prime steam Held at ajc. Wnisky held at 96c. Peanuts are firm atJC0 50. WATERING PLACES. VALHERMOSO SPRINGS, MORGAN CO., ALABAMA. EIGHTEEN miles from Huntavllle by car riage road; twcnty-flvo mile h from Deca tur by boat or carriage. Here are White Sul phur and Iodine, Black Sulphurs and Iodine and Chalybeate waters In Inexhaustible sup plies more utrongly 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 ot last year. Prices to suit the times, so that living Is cheaper here than at home, restored health and vigor are added as clear iatna. Send for Circulars to t ri'v i SONS, Proprietors. KHlalu.ermoso.8prtnCE Morgan count Alaba" iwcainr. ....... . county rny7 daw SBAQOia OXT" 1873. BERKELEY SPRINGS AND BATHS Bath, Morgan County, "West Vn. Two and o half miles from 81r John's Run. Baltimore aud Ohio Railroad. I7IR3T-CLASS accommodations for nve 1 hundred guests. Dally mall, telegraph, all amusementi, fine music, etc. Excellent fishing and bunting, and all the attractions or a beautiful mountain region. Natural temperature of water 71 Fah., with every variety of baths. Swimming-pools lor ladles, children and gentlemen. TERMS S3 per day; ZJJ per week; first month, S75; secend montn, S63. i-hUdren under ten and nurses, half price. )eZi A.B.P0TT8 RAILROADS. j MEMPHIS & RALEIGH RAILROAD MiRAlNS will leave Louisville -lepot. head or 1 Main fctroct, aslollowsclty time): DA LY TRAINS (except Sunday) Leave Memphis at 9:00 a.m.. ll:3a.m4:IO n.ru. Leave llslclgh at 1iX a.111., -1:10 p.m., aud 0:p.m. Fare Tor (he Itnond Trip. SOc. JOHN DONOVAN. President Memphis and Hal. Igu It. U. Jas. Speed, General Ticket A Rent. Jyi7 PADUCAH MJ MEMPHIS NOTICE TO SHIPPEHS. ON AND AFTER FRIDAY, JULY 18. 1873. no freight will be received at the depot after 3 o'clock p.m. C A. LOCKE, Agent. Memphis, July IS, 1873. JylS LOUISVILLE & M&8HV1LLE AND GREAT SOUTffiM EAILBOAD. SCHEDULE : Fs press Train leaves dally, Sundays excepted-., -...... 5:3) a.m Mall Train leaves ap.lly . ..II 5j a.m Brownsville Accommodation leaves dally, exceptauudays......., , i 10 p.m e"No chance of cars by this line for Louis- vlllo or St. Louis. Pullman Palst e sleeping cars on all nlghttralus. vw t or Ticneis or lnionnauon nppiy ai Ticket Ofllce, No. 287 1-2 Main Street. JOHN T. FLYNN, Sup't Memphis Div. James Speed, Ticket Agent. JylS Memphis and Little Rock Railway CHANGE OF TIME. COMMENCING SUNDAY, JULY 0. 1S73, aud until further notice, trains will run as follows: Mall Train leave Memphis, daily.... 525 pjn Freight and Accommodation Train ieaveaiempms,uaiiycxcepisunuay a: a.m Direct connection at Little Rock with trains on Cond F. H. R. for Hot Springs, Arkadel phla, etc Direct connection at Argenta with trains on Little Hock and FortamlthR.lt. for LewlsburE.iUusbellvllIe. Clarksvllle, ort Smith, etc. Mall Train arrives at Memphis......? U5aJn i reigm ana Accommouauon iTaiu ar rives at Memphis. 6:55 p.m Sleeping; Cnra on Mail Train. For information and tickets apply at 237X Main street, 'JTS Main street, or at Depot, Cen ter Landing. A. S. LIVEMORE, Uen'l Sup't. Jno. H. Pkkev. Oen'l Ticket Aeent. Jyl COTTON FACTORS WEBBER & WILLIAMS, tJOTTOJf FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 202 Front Strecl, MEMPHIS. : : : TENNESSEE WE propose selling our stock of Liquors, AUnes, Tobacco, Cigars, Flour, Case Goods, Etc., at greatly reduced prices, on thirty, sixty aud ninety days time, with good city acceptance, as we expect to make a change in our business in a few weeks Olve us a call you will And it toyourintcres. CHANGE OF FIRM. XTE have this day purchased tho Interest of Mr. WM. STEWART, In tho housosof STEAVAKT 11RDS. & CO., New Orleans, La., and STEWART UROS. & UWYNNE, Mem. Dh Is. Ten n. We hereby assume all the liabilities of the late firm, and all parties Indebted to same will make payment to us. The business in New Orleans wi.l b con tinued under the nameol STEWART IJKOS, V CO., and in Memphis under tho name of STEWART. G WYNNE & CO. Thankful for past favors, we respectfully ask a continuance of same. ANDREW STEWART. HUGH STEWART. ANDREW D. UWYNNE. Memphis, Tenu., July 1, 1S73. Having sold to my late partners my Interest In tho houses of Stewart lJros. & Co , New Or leans, and Stewart Bros. & G wynne, Memphis, they are charged with the entire settlement of their affairs. In retiring from business I would ask for my successors a contlauanco of the liberal patronage bestowed upon the late. STEWART, GWYME&CO. -SUCCESSORS TO STEWART RR0S. & GWl'NNE, GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS, -AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 356 & 358 Front St. John T. Stratton, formerly of Stratton, Mc DavlttACo. John L. WELLFOKD.late Graham & Wellford. STRATT0X & WELLFORD COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HAVE REMOVED TO 240 Front Street, cor. JelFerson PLUMBER. J. W. x. BROWNE, PLUMBER, STEAM. AND GAS FITTER 16 Jefferson Street, BETWEEN MAIN AND FRONT BLANK BOOKS. BANKS. Sterling Exdiango. Union and Pilasters BASKOPMEMrnis.l June 18, 173. Having effected proper arrangements, this Rank will hereafter draw on London or Liverpool In sums to suit purchase. Jel8 B.P.BEAP.Cahhler. TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Orrics or Compt rollir or tub Curbenct J- WA8HIHGT0N, MatCU 31, 1SJ3. ) WnEREAS. bv satisfactory evidence pre sented to tho undersigned, it has been made to appear tnat The Fourtli Rational Bank of Memphis, in thn rllv of Mpmnhls. In the eotmtv of Shelby, and State of Tennessee, has oecn duly organizea unuer iuiu uccuruiug luuie require ments Of the act of Congress entitled "An act to provide a National Currency secured by a pledge or United States Bonds, and to provide for the circulation and redemption thereof," approved JuneS, 1SS1, and has complied with all tho provisions of said act required to be compiled with Before commencing the busi ness of banking, under said act. Now, therefore, 1, John Jay Knox, Comp troller of the Currency, do hereby certify that The Kodbth National Bank of Memphis, In the city 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 ot offlce, this 31st day of March, lbTJ. Signed JNO UYKKOX, apt Comntr ji Currency. 1373 XIXIPIEXX. 1873 T. A. NELSON. J. 1). DASHUHV, A. P. CURRY, II. M. FERflUSON, OEO. HOOKt 15. L,OWKNST1lI, A. 'WOODRUFF, Treasuier; The Board of Directors take ARTS, MANUFACTURES, MENTIONS AND PRODUCTS, lrFIIal, lin HELD FROM OCTOBER 1 TO. OCTOBER In the 3Iagniflcent Building erected for tlio puriiose, on Jefferson, Fourth and Court Strett3, iu the Cil j" of Memphis. Extensive additions have been made to the Exposition Bnlldlng, which include a FLORAL HALL that will permit a grand display of the Flowers and Plants of every clime, and a large POWER HALL especially erected for the exhibition of Machinery In Motion. Arrangements have been made for cheap transit of all articles to be exhibited, and NO CHARGE will be made to exhibitors for space. Kednccd Mates or Fare on all Kallrond ami Slenmbont Lines to visitors to the Exposition. For further particulars, ad :ren3 JyZ7 ' ED. BURKE PICKETT, Secretary Memphis Industrial Exposition, Memphis, Tenu. PUBLICATIONS. tf To Have a Cricket On the Hearth, is the luckiest thing In the world." Chat. Dicken. The large illus trated family paper "The Ckicket os the Hearth, "only SI a year. A $5 Chromo Free. Great success. lOOXOO sold. 16 pages, crowded with freshest stories, etc. Will pay one Gene ral Agent in each county a monthly cash salary. Bend SI lor Agent's Outfit (chromos, samples, terms, etc.) Apply now for territory. We send this paper 3 months for 23c. Object, to Introduce. Try it. JONES & HADLEY, Publishers. Je26 178 Broadway, N. Y. Agents Wanted forthe UNDEVELOPED WEST, or Five Yen 1 In the Territories. ByJ. H. BEADLE, Western Correspondent of Cincin nati Commercial. The only complete history of that vast region between the Mississippi and the Pacific: Its Resources, Climate, In habitants, Natural Curiositle", Etc., with life and adventure on Prairies, Mountains, and the Pacific Coast, The book Is illustrated with over 250 flno engravings. Send for circulars, with terms. Address NATIONAL PUBLISH ING CO., Memphis, Tcnn. Je27d.tw . ft VATT wishlarwl .book that will dcl.M I U IUU Instruct jos ? tint vlll hold to. HFKLI- The VHITE CEIBF.S tut the record at &a ctul xpciiraee during lun tarr rcsMoce of IS Ttri, by m Iatelilnt edae-tcil OUmd, ftmont tie Wlti IndUnt cf the FI-lcs. AGENTS WANTED.?SJ;piS Soq4 Tot cire.l&rt, vita 79 &mplo lltai lull f trtie clan. oociat etrcU. oJ a brief account of tit toondcrfid lift and Tragtend. C.F. VKNT. rub..Cluciautt LET IT UE KNOTViM WILL FURNISH THE CENTRAL BAPTIST UNTIL JAS DART, 1874. It Is a SOUND Baptist Weekly of Thlrty-Slx Large Columns. TXi-E" IT. A Rare Chanco to get a good paper Cheap. Specimen copies free. Address LUTHER & TEAS DALE, Publishers Central Baptist, Je2t ST. LOUIS, MO. ODnDtnirj JEST BOOH sent free. Address OlUill O Eagle Book Co., myiO Murray street. New York. CnnDU TTAfJTi Allaboutlt,10cents,pQ6t OllUl&l UaNU paid. Eaole Book Oo., mvlo fl Mnrrav street. New vr OCEAN STEAMERS. TO AND FROM LIVERPOOL, BALTIMORE Ann KTOROI-S. One of the steamers of this flist-clasa line will be dispatched as follows: From L'pool. From Baltimore MANITOBIAN Feb. 11 March 5 HIBEKNIAN Feb. 25 March 19 NESTORIAN Ma-chll . April 2 PERUVIAN... March 25 . April 16 HIBERNIAN Aprils. April 30 NESTORIAN .April 22 May 11 And every 14 days thereafter, and oftener If the service requires it. " Passengers forwarded to and from all the principal places in England, Ireland,Scotl and, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden and Den mark, from or to any part in the Southern and Western States. The cheapest and best route to Southern and Western States. For pasf;o or further Information apply to DONOIIO A" llCiirXET, General Southwestern Agents, Al30 3Q XTnfllwntt lr ef ORGANS. VTATESS' CONCERTO PAELOR 02GANS are the uiut Intilirtil in fj otxt ieri-i in lone ;i;TO PT01wrAfbrl ever iIucfI lu any vrcuii. ji w prtMittcai cuIIhi'Iv ilrtl. the uuiu.1 C1IAIC31 ( ourf SOIL. STIItlllMi, trhd the titi mm olre WA Twin libtmt. A GREAT fiFFlK IlOKAt'K WATERS X SOX", 1M Szxim. N. 7.. .' trill Wwt 0 lOO I'l.t.VO.l ami OKfiAVS cf Ilrtlj ma brrm. Ming WATERS', nf rxtrenieljr low prices for ihIi, or part etui, and talanee la numll moiillily pnimentM New 7-Oetnvc nrNllnM 11 AX)V. nil mwlrrn ImptnTf. uinltn. for m.'i. Origan.. (tT3. iiiriii.i-,ici:Ki rt;.i.. sioo: i-vroi SllOt N-NTOl. SI2S, trori(l. ILLUSTRATED t ITALOGVEg HAILED forme ttmup. A large dttcowitto SiUiMttTtCkrt.hrntS1av-Srl'ilM.Tnr-rta SocitliW. lAidg-. rtc A KSTW WAXTT:!), Mempliis Dry Docis for Sale. Under decree of the Second Chancery Court of Shelby County, State of Tennessee. No. 189, 11. D. State of Tennessee, er. relation or Primus Emerson et al. vs. Memphis Dry Docks Company and others. BY virtue of an order of salo mado In the above entitled cause, by the Second Chan cery Court of Shelby County, Tennessee, I will sell to tho highest bidder, near the mouth oi Wolf river, at the city of Memphis, Tenu., on Saturday, Angnst 9, 1873, thn fnllnwinc personal property, to-wit: "Tho Memphis Dry Docks, with all the machinery, tackle, and appurtenances thereunto belong ing." now lying at the Memphis wharf. Terms of Sale fXO cash; balance at 12, IS and 21 months; notes bearing Interest at a per cent, from date, witn good securities, required ; Hen also retained to secure the payment thereof. Jaiys, vsiss. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master Second Chancery Court. Humes Poston, sols, for complainants. Warriner & Lee, sols, for defendants. Heat, Simple, Useful And Cheap! aud NO KNOTS TO TIE OR UNTIE, mJIE ANCHOR LINE HOI.D- X Ell is a neai, uurauie, uni versal tension device, to stretch and hold rope, wire and cords,' forallpurposes.lnyards.houses, stores, around balconies, awn ings, etc. Admit of spUced or knotted lines; releases easily. a-iih a i.iictitUrk. but holds so that no nnaarrjroDDini: or wind play will und the fastening. A set of three, with screws sent, prepaid, to any address, by mall, for 10 cents. KE18INQEK Man'f'o Co., 118 West Market street, Harrlsburp, Penn. Acents wanted. Tne trade supplied Jy3 " i Trr Ji-i n BOARD OJP JAMES R003 A, P. J. MAliLON, W. S. BRUCE, jti. itt tiivr., r liTii. ico-t-resiaeni; ED. BURKE PICK ETr, Secretary; pleasure in announcing that the Second Giand CHANCERY SALES. Chancery Sale of Heal Estate. No. 763, R. First Chancery Court of Shelby County. W. B. Greenla w.Executor and Sur viving Partner, vs. A. M. Ferguson. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale entered In the above cause on the 17th day of May, 1S73, I will seU at public auction, to the highest bidder, In front of the Clerk and Masters office, Greenlaw Operahouse build ing, Second street, Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, August 10, 18T3, within legal hours, the following described property, situated in Shelby county, Tennes see, to-wlt: A certain lot or parcel of land lying and being in the city of Memphis, and being part of lot No. 3, in block No. 25, commencing 10U feet east from, the intersection of Beale and Shelby streets, on the south side of Beale street; thence eastwardly on the south sideol Beale street 40 feet to a stake, that being tho comer or a lot sold to Duval, Algeo & Co.: thence southwardly and parallel with Shelby street and wlthfaid Duval, Algeo & Co.'s line 130 feet, more or less, to an alley ; thence wost wardly witn the north side of said alley W feet to a stake; thence northwardly and paral lel with Shelby street 128 feet, more or less, to the beginning. Terms of Sale-On a credit of seven (7) months Jor the amount or Judgment herein, 31173 66, with interest from April 19,1873, and the taxes due, S253 62, making in all $1403 28, for which notes with approved security will be required, bearing interest; the balance on a credit, for which nine (9) notes will bo re quired, with approved security, payable, re spectively, on the 1st of December In each year nntll tho last note Is paid In 181 ; lien re tained to fnrther secure same, and equity oi redemption barred. This July 25, 1873. EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. W. Messlck, solicitor. jy26 Chancery Salo of Real Estate -ON- Saturday, August 23, 1873. No. 3108. In tho Second Chancery Court of Shelby county. Tennessee. Andrew Iten kert vs. Jacob S. Galloway et al. BY virtue of an order of sale made In this cause, on the 9th of July, 1S73, 1 will sell, at public auction, to tho highest bidder, in trout of tho office of the Second Chancery Court of Shelby County, Greenlaw Opera house, Second street, between Union and Gayoso streets, lu the city of Memphis, Ten nessee, on Saturday, August 23, 1S73, within legal hours, tho following described real estate, tc-wlt: Situate, lying and being in the county of Shelby, and State of Tennessee, known as lots anu s, in uiock l,, in uuams auaiuon 10 Fort Pickering. Also, tho following described premises ad jacent to the above and in Fort Pickering, Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wit: Beginning at the southeast corner of Fifth and Gaines streets, in Fort Pickering; thence west with the south line of Gaines street eight hundred and eighty (SS0) feet: tbenco touth two hun dred and reventy-seven and one-half (277K) feet to Division street; thence east eight hun dred and eighty (880) feet to Fifth street; thence north two hundred and seventy-seven and one-half (OTJ-J feet to Gaines street, less a portion thereof heretofore told to M. A. Polk under decre In this cause Terms of Sale On a credit of six months; purchaser executing note with good security; lien retained. Equity of redemption barred. This July 21, 1S73. M. I. L. S TE WABT, Clerk and Master. J. E. Blgelow, solicitor.' JySSi SEC0XD CIIAJiCERY COUItT SALE VALUABLE REAL ESTATE OS SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1873. No. 355. William Morrow, Treasurer, etc.,8. P.F.Fraltn. BY virtue of a decree of sale made by the Second Chancery Court in the above cauee. I will sell to the highest bidder, at public auc tion, at the outside door of the Second Char. eery uouriroom, on second street, city oi .uempuis, on Saturday, Angnst 23, 1873. within legal hours, the following described real estate, to-wit: Lying and being in Shelby county, Tennes see, nnd known and described as follows: Lots 1 and 5 aud part of lot 3, in country lot 491, In the city of Memphis, as sbown bjru. W. Rucker's map, and in the I Ith civil dis trict, and begins at the Charleston railroad bridge, and runs thence In a southeasterly di rection wiui uie wesisiue oi aiarsnau avenue CM feet to a stake at the northeast corner of a lot formerly owned by Joseph Sldell (and may be so owned now); thence westerly with the north side of the Sldell lot to the east lino of tho east line or the said Railroad Company's grounds; thence northerly with the east side of said railroad grounds to the beginning, it ueiug iuu buiuu retui upuu wmuii lue resi dence of the defendant Fralm Is now situated Also, part of c untrv lot 493 In sal J cl tv. and in the 6th civil oLstrictof said county, and described as follows, viz : nnd lies on th e north side or Jefferson street, and Includes all or the real cstato in the triangle formed bv said street, Charleston avenue, and Bayou Gayoso, except ou leet ironung on saiu. ureei anu run umj back with the east side of said bayou 1 tSJi feet, and which formerly belonged to Thomas Jones. And, also, the east 1H feet of lot 51 of country ioh.p, nnu ironungon ine norm side of Jelferson street and running back with the west line of said bayon, nnd the east line of loiziu, ueiongiugio jonnuverton, us reet to a stake. Also, lfO acres or land on what is known as Fialnrs Island, in the Mississippi river, which is a few miles above said city, and lies In civil district No. 17, In said county, and which is laid down on J. H. Humphreys' map of Shelby county as the property of defendant. Terms of Sale On a creditor six months, purchasers executing note bearing Interest from date, with gbod and sufficient security; lien retained. Equity or redemption barred. This July 18, 1873. M.D.L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. W. W. McDowell, sol, for complainant. JylS Chancery Salo oF a Stock of Drugs and Fixtures, On atnrdny, August 2, 1S73. No. 939, R. D. In the Second Chancery Court of Bhelby county, Tenn. J. S. Ualloway vs. J. a Zehrlng. TY virtue of nn order of sale made lu the X above cause on the 28th day of Jnne, lt73, 1 will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, commencing at tho hour of eleven, on Saturday," AngusC8 1S73, on the premises, No. 42 Shelby street, in the city of .Memphis, Term., the stock of drags and fixtures of tho nrm of J. C. Zehrlng & Co. Terms of Salo On all bums under ten dol lars, cash; over ten, note at sixty days with good lndorser. This, July 22,1873. M. D. Ii. STEWART, Clerk and Master. Patterson & Low, sols, for complainant. Humes & Poston. sols, for defendant. Jy23 GEEilAN NATIONAI. BAKK OT MKJtPniS, I Julys, 1873. I KB- The Board of Directors of this Bank has this day declared a dividend of 10 per cent, out of the net earnings of the past six months Jyfi MABXIN U BIFFIN, Cashier. i W.J. MANSFORD, JNO. A. ROUSH, H.G.DENT, J. W. COt'HRAN, C.A BEEHN, JOHN ZEST. S.B. UOBBINS, Second Vice-President; II. IIAINEIt, Superintendent. Industrial Exposition of 31, 1S?3, MEDICAL. x:el. mcoabe's MEDICATED BLACKBERRY BRANDY. rpHE only suro cure for Cholera. Cholera JL Morbus, Dysentery, Flux, Etc. It excels any other known remedy for thestj diseases. For sale by ROSEN BACH A CO., 300 Front street. Sole Asents for Arkansas, West Tennessee, and Mississippi, to wh om allordersmustbe auuresseu. my Murder In the First Deereol- generally broucht to liEht. but thousands of tmiet mur- l uers, or w men me worm never nears, are com ' mllLrd lv the administration or WTonir medi ' cines. The dyspeptic, the bilious, the fever i ridden, the rheumatic, are too often poisoned witn ueauiy urutzs, wxieu &ue persistent u.e oi Tarrant's Effervescent Selizer Aperient, with proper precautions as to diet and regi men, wouia ineviiaDly nave woraeu a speeuy and thorough enre. In kidney dlea.ses, bowel complaints, fevers, nervous paroxysm?, and all other ailments that reduce tne strength and vital power of the system, sustal , re fresh, purify, cleanse and regulate it with this invaluable saline remedy. Hold by all druggists. Jysj 16 FIRST PRIZES. Oriental Oil Whiskers DYE, Is tbesimplet. best and euleft fct applied in the world. Work is : uone in a lew seconas ; in less thant-venty minutes no Gray Whiskers Is to be seen. Onepp plicatfon for LfehtBrowa ; two for IUacic. Washine the t his- sersis not reqairea oerore or niter aung tne uu; makes the whiskers soft and lustrous; free from sugar of lead, or other poisonous and liealth-de-strojlnff druc: need? but one trial to prove its superiorly over all o titers. Sixteen Premiums lave been awarded at different Fairs and Imposi tions for its virtues over other preparations. - J. P. FCGAZi.manufacturerand proprietor, Xew York Citr and Sacramento, CaL Ask your lrtig gulst for It, and give it a trial, a a WARD & BHO DscggistS, Agents. AVOID QUACKS. A victim of early Indiscretion, causing ner vous ueDmiy, prematnre uecay, etc., naving tried In vain every advertised remedy, has discovered a simple means of self-care, wntch he will send tree to his fellow-sufferers. Ad dress J. II. KEEVES, 78 Nassau st New York. YEAST POWDERS. Il rapIJlf oprwllB7 other ircpra-i f i jtc'u !ej tleysnt, Skk t nj Wlotj. M EOLLZ, rSCIT , Vitetirkeat other CrCJJi Cae. Tef :'J t tcj EtlLiUe, fcail a'icci ready I ir immtJuitt use. The CHEAP ESTBalUtsriHcdirin lie VrojtLD, o4 It WILL KEEP O.V T-iSD OS SEA, inanj tlimate, for yeart. Hit cdaptc 1 to th v of Uvuttkerpen, Zintrn, 3tr urn. Emigrant, . aatl It In fMt, In ttrtrttp4ct,tl BEST YEAST POWER ia "Jar IU Sittkt, tit Camp, tit GalUj." BOLD Br CB0CXK3 & DE.VLEC3 U UilHUtlS llaanfactareU l)j DOOLEV i. BEOTHEE, 69 NEW STREET. NEW YORK READING ROOM. Youcg Men's Christian Association READING ROOMS : No. 10 TTcst Court St. Rooms 14 and 15 MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. OPEN DAILY From 9 ajn. to 12 m. From 3 to 6 pju.. and from 7 to 10 ri.ni. On Sundays from 2 to 6 pjn. The best Periodicals of trie Day, in addition to a juarge tDrary, irreo to Ail. OFFICERS: K. S. Francis, Pres't. Dr.M.E. Bramhall.V. P. W. U. Orgain, Rec. Sec. A.W. Newsom, Cor.Sec. a. uuuim, Ajeusurer. Regular business meeting first Jfonday night In each month. Literary and Social Exer cises each succeeding Monday night. Prayer lueeunK every cvuuj - - - ioiq ass rrom ft xn a r.m. evprv nv PARTNERSHIP. TAKrSEItSUIF SOTICE. XT From nnd after this date, Mr. N.M. Trezevant -wi'i be a partner In our business wiuioui cuango or nrm name. t, , TREZEVANT & CO. Memphis, June llth, lbTJ. J. T. TBKZK VANT. N. 31. TEEEVAST. Rria jioiATi ttAUttAJXUK. Trezevant CO. (successors to Rovster.Trernvnnt.tCn.l N. E. corner Main and Jefterson sts. While we make a specialty of public sales, In which a long experience Is brought to the service ot our patrons, we are tuny prepared to give at tention to DroDertv In cor hands nt nrlvntn sale, or for rent or exchange. iwOnr Rental jjepnruueiii is in cnargo oi W.JJ. Jlcuailum, who Is fully qualified to give satlsfacUon, lelt TBKStEVAST CO. COTTON GIN. SOUTEERN-MM GIN. rriHIS celebrated Gin, of light draft, makes a JL good samDle.TJlcksmore lint from thexame amount of seed cotton, and in less time, than umcrgui. ai uoes noi orcas: tne rou nor ChOke. ia fdmnlo In 1IR pmctmMInn and tint liable to get out of order. It Is a good rule to try all things, and hold fast to what has been approved, and answers the purpose for which ft Is made. This Is claimed for PRATT'S GIN, and Is admitted by practical planters who have tried It. Orders for Gins, from to to SO saws. Gum Bands at New York factory prices, and com plete sets of Segments, Bands, Etc., promptly filled. Gins repaired by a skillful glnwright. Address, G. W. TBUEIIEART, Agent for Banlcl l'ratt Gin Company, 4 . - , Pt Memphis Ten n JOB PRINTING. JOB PRINTING HOUSE BOOK BINDERY AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY S. C. TOOF, Proprietor, No. 15 West Court Street MEMPHIS, : : : TENNESSEE 9Tr1J tf Ar.tl.-vn txf fha 1 . BnskiejKaoi Memphis, Norm Mhwarfppl, Alabama an t Arkansas, is rnriiM)Qi-- -li to the superior lac Ultima of this hnnu fn- ling orders .or all kinds of JOB PBINTING! phlete.CoiA'i nation, By-Laws, Blanks, Circu lars, Bill-Heads, Business and Show fan Is, ivv i cjicrui, omuuiuz iacs, Isa bels, RecuipU, Checks, WeUtliog Cardn, lialJ EIjAIJH. books Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books. PRICES LOW AS TIIE LOWEST Perfect satisfaction utranteed la every Instance. A call and an examination of my specimens rwiwcixuiiy soiiciieo. S. C TOOF. TT--T3'TT PLANTATION BITTERS T3 PITH ELY A VEOTTABLE PKEP.VE VTK j". ccrcicsed sjjtt of well-tlloirn ROOTS, HERBS, at 1 FitUITS, combined nr.-Jj ctHer pioper'K.a, !!&, their r tcro ro Citharti-, Ajic lect, Sv.tii . us. D cr Uc, Al.'-TaTa rJ AnU Blliiag. Th xfl le ia rreerr, d In a Baffiei qt-t (yof srir-.i.!. t t' 5 SIOAR CUE ti ket-p IticLj m -ny iate, whicii ckcs th J ITTERS o:io of the mos! esiraMe Tonics and Ca(harr tic lathe world. Tncyaro internled strictly ut onie, only to be lined as a znddieice, and slm js according to directions. They are thn ahetinchor of the feeble and de biiitated. They act upon a diseased liver, and stimulate to eut h a degree, tnat a healthy action 13 at once brought about. As a remedy to which "IVomen nrr c-TW"oJysabject.itl3siirpersedin every other etlmuiant. Asa Spring am! Sam. mrr Tuulr, they hare no eqoal. They are a mild and gentle I'nrcjtiveas well as Tonic They Parity the Bl' jJ. They are a splendid Appetizer. They malie the weak strong. They parity and in vigorate. They core Dyspepsia. Constipation, and Headache Thry act as a (iwcinc in ail species ot disorders which nndermiue the bodily strength aad break down tho annual spirits. Depot j 53 Park Place, New York. LYON'S KATHAIKON. THAIRON Only 50 Cents per Bottle. v. It promotes the GROWTH, PRESER VES the. COLOR, and Increase the J Vigor and llEAUTYo f the HAIR. Ot t Tn r Trass 100 Ltos's Kjmunox rc THtltiiR was first placed in the market by Professor i- Thomas Lyon, a graduate of Princeton College. The name is derived from the Greek "Kiimo," siirDifying to cfcui. pvnfiy. rt; jurtnate, orrtstorc . The favor it has received, and the popularity it has obtained, is unprecedented and Incredible. It U creases the Gbott rBandBEAtmof thjIUra . It Is a delightful dressing. It eradicates dandrci It prevents the Hair from taming gray. It keeps the head cool, and gives the hair a rich, soft, glossy ap pearance ItistboswKinQrisTrrrandQrjLUTT as it was oTer a vdauteu of a CcmmT Ago, and is told by all Drngg jti and Country Stores atonly 50 Cents per Bottle. Woaa&'s Blcrj is Ssr Bural Zj'YON'S DRAWING. NATIONAL LOTTERY -OF THE of Cuba nMIE following will b the Drawings which will tAki Tilflce ut Havana ilurin? thasix last months of 1S73: ORDINARY DRAWING 1873. 1S73. ulylh Class 912 Oct. 4th ulvlSth Class 913 Oct. Z2d Aug.l4th Class 91tNov. 8th Aug.SDth Class 915 NovAitii Class Sll Sem. 17th. Grand extraordinary drawing 916 Dec. lSth The amount drawn in every ordinal draw. ins will be 3450,000 divided Into ?S3 full prizes, as follows: One prize of 110000 Ono prize of J 50,000 One prize of 25,000 One prize of 10.C0U i prizes oi ?ou.u eacnsiu wo. 10 prizes of S10U0 eachSI0JXX). SO prizes of 8600 each itOJOM. WS prizes of S300 each S193J0. 9 approximations ot SoOOeach to51W,000.IU 9 aDDroxlmatlons of KlOO each to SO.000 im 9 approximations of S3 each to 25,000 1SOD 9 approximations of E00 each to 10X). 400 4 approximations of S10O each to 2 5,000. VO 782 prizes. . value, 1150,000 a The canltal nrlze In the Grand Extraor dinary Drawing will be 5500,000. I will continue to fill orders for tickets at as low a rate as any responsible party, and will forward Original Official List of Winning numbers iu iudso micresiea. ear Beware of Counterfeit Tickets.- Address all orders to Messrs. BORNIO & BROTHER, old Commission Merchants, estab- nsneu ims in isew urieans, ixaiaiana,wno aro my only correspondents In the United States authorized to receive orders and to cash only all the winning tickets forwarded by them. For nlans. official drawings, and any in. formation desired, address, also, to Messrs. Bornlo Brother, New Orleans. MANUEL BORNIO, First Sub-Collector for Exportation In Havana, Cnba street 63, domestic l stand SHEHIPP SAIiE. OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE On West Side of SlielJj Street. NOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVKN, TkM W virtaeor a venditioni exponas to iff Court of Hhelby county, Tamamtme, la 5 Judgment rendered wi the 34th day of J maa- j ' " iui uiq iremui niirtxoi'.'aM, wiui Interest and eostsofsuit, to saOstv M.nl. ment,etcI will, on Satnrday, the 0th day of Anijit, WtX At 11 o'clock a-min front oT nSy oJB". Bjw 351 t-econd street, .Memtihta. Tn lin am a mm ceed to llo tHmJtbLiSSk following de.erlbd property, to-wit ran oi ioi .o. 4, Mock 17-tt feet by 1 lot S original r!t. now ninnl nn vZi and v taW tax-books m the nron : wn u, in. Huiie ueaciipuoa of MM- ertyas recited In tne levy made en UM4tti day of February. 1873, by Frank Branoa, O. anu nerein acearaieiy ueserlbed from the venditioni exponas above mentloaetlV. Levied on as the nrmwnlv of lUfaiMi.i r u Cooper, to tatltfy said lodgmeot, Interest aaa evert. Sale to commence at II o'clock ajn. W. J. I'. DOYLK, Hberiff of Shelby eoonty, Ttrnm. Aeklen A Sneeil. ait TBaya. JtM TRUST SALES. Trust Sale. UNDER and byanihority of a trnat tteetl directed to me bv It. lut- on t mmm of June, wm, the same being registered la Mm otHee of the itetrlster of Shelby county. Tm nesnee, In record book Xo. 72, pe mn, a.M. uu me -.in oi eptemoer, am, at instance the beneficiary fn said deed of trust, al to pay the indebtnesH fceenred therete, I IB offer and sell, for cash, on Mondaj-, August 4, 1S73, Within legal hours, on the premises amrt fronUne house No.313 Poplar street, to ttW highest bidder, at public outcry, the folia ing very desirable real estate, thus deecrtbwl. four (() cottaees being on th grooaJ: A cer tain lot or parcel of ground, 4tuate1 lytnaaad being in the county of Shelby, Stat ofTfca neseee and city of Memphis, belna; part of country lot No. 501, being part of proaettr conveyed by deed by James Jones to 1. JJ. Kirtland.on the 1st of May, V&i, and date registered In Shelby county, Tenncfweo,ln book No. 10, page JW, et wq, beeianlatc a a point on the south side of Poplar street, where the eastern line or the said lot et rmnd named In said deed of Jaraea Jonea la B. Kirtland Intersects said Popbarstraat; running thence west with the south side of Poplar street one hundred and seventy. x feet nine Inches (171 feet 9 Inches to a stake: thence MHith one hundred and sixty feet MM feet), more or less, to an alley between Poplar and Washington streets,toastake;theBeaast" along north line of sail alley one hundred aad seventy-four feet nine inches (174 feetitaafc e) to a stake ; thence north one hundred ami sixty feet (160 feetl, more '.r lees, to a stake on south side of Poplar str et to the b4glnntac corner, being alo part of same lotcoawyed by deed to D. Pante by I. B . tland,NenB- berSO, 155S, and recorded In v- r"T 3 and 066, of Shelby county feeord. Te equity of redemption Is expready waived IB said trust deed, and the title boBovcd to be good, but I convey only as trustee. JOHN G. LONSDALE, Jb Trantee. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a deed of trust to me exeentod on the 7th day of Anzust. A. D. hS. ar Morris Doyle, to secure the payment of eer ialn Indebtedness described in the trust deed, of record In the Register's ottice of Shelb)' county, Tennessee, In book No. 72, page 4W, I win, ws iruMee, uu Wednefldav, the 6th day of August, 1873, between the hours of 10 ajn. and 4 o'oteefc p.m., in front of the county building, on Union street, in Memphis, sell to the highest, bidder, for cash, the following real estate: A certain tract of land situate, lying and being ' -in the county of Shelby, Stale of Touueauu, bounded as lOllows: Beginning at ttte mat side o. the old Randolph road, at SesWk southwest corner of his 5 acre home mi ear hucijctr wilii uie nnu muiu -m easzvnaiaa and 95 links; thence south ai', west S chatm ' and b9 links to a stake in tue partition It aef " thence west east 10 (.bains and 75 links W the east line of lot No. 9 of the Weakr and McLcmore subdivision ; thence north 5Kwt 11 chains and SI links to the northeast corner or lot No J of Weakly and M cLemore sobdl i hau u. In the south side of an avenue; thence seatb Sii wests chains and i links to attakenerth east corner of Doyle's said 5 acre home place; thence south 3H east 4 chains and 48 links to its southeast corner; thence lonth $7 wests chains and 23 links to the place of beginning, containing by estimation 12 acres, being lot No. 10 and part of No. 9 of the Weakly and McLemore subdivision. All right and equity of redemption specialty waived in said trust deed, and the title is be lieved to be perfect, but I sell only as trustee. GEO. R. POWEL, Trustee. James H. Malone. attorney, etc )y4 LEGAL. ADMISISTKATOR'S OF DLTJFF CITY OIL WORSji MACHINERY, I.TC. rTTHR undersigned will sell at poblie aaeMon, - J. t j the highest bidder, for cash, on y, Trldaj-, August S, 1S73, at the Bluff City Oil Works, on Chariplem avenue, near the Memphis and Char! colon railroad depot, Memphis, Tenn., all the ma chinery, presses, heaters, tanks, etc., in said oil woiks, and lately used by G. T. Beaumont & Co., In the manufacture of cotton-seed oil, etc., together with the sacks, etc., used in con nection with the same; also, thirty-five bates cotton (re-ginnings), the stock of cot toe -seed, oil-cake, cotton-seed'meal, etc., on hand; afee. offlce turnlture all belonging to the estate of G. T. Beaumont, deceased. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock ajn. July23.1S73. F.W. SMITH, Adm'r. NOTICE. HAVING been duly qualified as AHmlnle tratrix.of the estate or M. E. Coakras. deceased, allj. persons having claims agatest said estate arehereby notified to present e same to me, or my agent, R. L. Coehran, 3W Front street, for payment, within the tmte prescribed by law, or they will be fozever barred, both In law and equity. All persons indebted to said estate will please settle their indebtedness fortUwith. MRS. S. E. COCHRAN, JeCO Admlni trix. Administrator's .Notice. EAVING been duly qualified as Adminis trator or William Croak, deceased, all persons having claims against said decedent are hereby required to exhibit the same within the time limited by law, or toe same will be barred; and all persons indebted to said estate are notified to settle forthwith. W. L. CLAFP, AdmT. 15 Union st, Memphis, April 24, 1ST ap96 Adininistrator's Notice. HAVING been duly qualified as Adminis trator of James Strain, deceased, all per sons having Claims against said decedent are hereby required to exhibit the same within the time limited by la tr. or the same will be barred ; and all persons indebted to said estate are notified to settle forthwith. W. A. GOODMAN, AdrnV, No. 4i Madison street. Memphis. May a, 1B73. myil Executrix Police. HAVING been duly qualified as Execetrtx of Jacob N. Moon, deceased, all persons having claims against said decedent are hereby notified to present the same within the time prescribed by iaw or the same will be barred; and all persons Indebted to said es tate are hereqy requested to come forward and make settlement at once. .wl H M. MOON, Executrix. Insolvent Notice. HAVING suggested the Insolvency of tha estate of M. H. Chambers, deceased, to me County Court Clerk of Shelby county, Tennessee, and said Clerk having ordered that 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 claim against said estate, to appear and file the same with said Clerk, authenticated in the manner prescribed by law, on or before the second day of November, 1S73; and any claim not filed on or before said day, or before an appropria tion of the funds, shall be forever barred, both in law and equity. This May 7, 1S73. inv3 J.M CREWS. Administrator. REMOVAL. Kemoval. IWOULB respectfully Inform my friends, those of tho nrm of Harmon A Morton (to which I am successor), and the public generaUy, that I have removed my pfece of business from 213 Main street, to our now rooms, 46 North Court Street, one door from Second, where I shall be pleased to have them call on me. Orders for Florence Ma chines and Demoresfs Patterns promptly filled. GEO. B. MO RTON, Successor to Harmon A Morton, jyll Agents Florence Sewing Machine. NOTICES. NOTIOE. PURSUANT to the provisions A .ii. A of Concress. aPDroveu March S. IMS autho- ' izlng the construction of a bridge acr,-. the Mississippi river, at St. Louis, Missouri, T the S.b Clair and Carondelet Bridge Compan, the aforesaid company hereby gives notleo the 10th day of JULY next, submit to the feec retarv of War, for his examlnaUon and ap rrov. vl, a design for a suspension bridge, con sisting or two channel spans of six hundred feet each, and two end spans t ot three hun- , . 'nw i , . nn diAvation of one hun- dred feet above low watermark They wUl also file a map giving " f'"'" the brldce. the topogiapbyf the banks, of the river at high and low water, me direction of the current at all stages, and the sound ings, showing accurately the bed of the stream, and furnishing such other Informa tion as may be required for a full and satis factory understanding of the subject by the Secretary of Wax. By order of Board of Directors of the SC. Clair and Carondelet Bridge Company. M. HENDKRSON, Secretary. St. Louis. Mo.. Jnne 80. lira. 1T S"0!0C3E. ALL bills due the late nrm ot jujsrui & SMITH, are to be paid to me, nnd no other Is allowed to receipi.iurime. jyl5 JllUnn r," nvviuu, AmKiut ' TiaHP"