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We solicit tetters and communications upon subjects of general interest, but such must always be accompanied b a responsible name. We trilt not return rejected communications. All letters, communications, or anything cite or the Appeal, should not be addressed to any individual connected u-ith the office, but simply to the APPEAL nemnltU. Twin. FAMOUS LATIN DRIXKIXG SOXU From the New York Evening Post. In the eleventh century, and in the reign of the second Harry, Walter de Manes was archdeacon of Oxford. He mav not have been the devouteat of priests, but he was a jolly soul, and, the best of all, good compauy, as will ap pear. I do not know where one could find a trace of his sermons, or whether he ever preached any. But he wrote one little Latin song that preserves about all that is known of him critically, socially, biographicatly or bibliographically. 1 find the text in Camdctvs Bonding (London, 1614 ito), page 278, and as it is one of the choicest and most perfect examples of what is known as the mod ern Xiatln scnool or versmcauou, j. am sure you will print it over again: Mini est proposltum in tabema mori, Vlnum sit appositnm morientls orl, Vt dlcant, cum venerint Angelorum chorl; "Deus hit propltlus hnlc Potatorl !" Poculis acccnditir animl lucerna; Cor lmbntum Nectare volat ad superna; Miiit Karilt iiuldus vlnum In laberna Quani quod aqua miicuit jrasullus Plncerna. Sunra qnlque proprlum dat Natura muons, Ego nunquam jiotul scrlbere Jejunus; .Me jejunum vine el e posset puer nous, tsitlm et Jejuniuin odi tanquam funus. L ni cuique proprlum dat Natura donam. Ego versus raciens, vlnum blbo bonnm, Et quod babent melius dolia cauponum ; Tale vlnum generat contain sermonum. Tales versus faclo quale vinum blbo, Non possum scribere nisi snmpto cibo; Nihil valet penitus qnod Jejunus scrlbo, Na onem post callces facile pnelbo. Mihl nunquam sp'ritus prophetia; detur Nisi cum merit venter bene hatur; Cum in arce cerebri Eaccns domlnatur I n me Phoebus lrruit ac miranda t atur. This was his most finished poem, though by no means his only one. When his holiness, the pope, forinstance, forbade the clerjry, their wives and mistresses, De Mapes kissed the rod apologetically in Jong metre, in verses to be lounu in Camden, as above, page five hundred and one. One stanza is as follows: cce jam pro clericls mnltum ollegavl, Nec non pro Presbyteris plura comproDavl, Patr Ncter nuac pro me qnoniam peceavi Dlcat quisque Presbyter cum sua Suavi I But it is only his delightful little Bacchinalian which I sat down to dis euss. Poets and poetasters have vied with each other in expressing the priest's delicious numbers in the vernacular. The following is by a Sir. Derby: I 'm resolved In a tavern with honor to die ! At my mouth a fall-flowing bowl, That angels, bile round me they hover, may cry "Peace, O Lord, peace to this Jolly soul." IS v t jping the mind with fresh vigor is fraught, The heart, too, Mires up to the skies; Ulve me wine that'nunmlxt not that watery draught That the President's butler supplies. To each man his gift nature gives to enjoy. To pretend to write well Is a jest When I'm hungry I yield, overcome by a boy. And a list, like the grave, I ditest. My verses all taste of the wine that I stow; while I'm empty my mnse is unkind. But with bumpers enlivened bow bweet does she flow! Famed Ortd I leave far behind. Till my belly's well filled, truths I ne'er can divine. Hut when Bacchus pr4des In my pata The strong impulse I feel of the great god of i Lyme, And wondeifal things I relate. Th's parphrase is given by Sir Alex ander Croke in his'ssay on the Origin, Progress and Decline of Rhyming Latin Verse, Oxford. 182S," but it is sorry stuff, and fails utterly to express its original. Mr. Derby's wine must have been if he wrote after the archdeacon's recipe very bad indeed. Leigh Hunt, it seems to me, has reached the full expression. I do not see how it is possible to exceed hit drowsy and most numerous flow. To read it brings before us the very pic ture ot a sleepy man too lazy to live droning away at an encomium upon bis favorite wines, and, now and then, ani mated in spite of himself, raising his hand to argue with an imagined skeptic in their behalf: LEIGH HUNT'S TRANSLATION. I devise to end my days in a tavern, drink ing; May me christian hold for mc Iho glass when I amKhiinking; That the cherubim may cry when they see me sinking, God be merciful to a soul of this gentleman's way of thinking. A glass of wlneamazingly enligbtcneth one' Internals; Tlf wings bedewed with nectar that fly up to Mipernals; Eottles cracked in taverns have much the sweeter kernels Than the saps allowed to us in the college Journal. Every one by nature hath a mould which he was ewA In ; I happen to be one of Iho who never could write fasting; lly a single little bey I should be surpassed u Willing so; I'd juitai lief be buried, tomb'd and gmTd in. Every one by natare hath a gift, too, a dona tion; I, when I make vwe do get the Inspiration Of Uie very best of wiar that coines into the nation. Itmaketh sermons to abound for edification. Justm liquor floweth good floweth forth my layso; Iiutlniuat moreover eat or I could not say so; Naught It availeth Inwardly should I write all day m: But with God's grace after meat I beat Ovld lusNae. Neither is there given me prophetic anima tion, L'nlesi when I have eat and drank yea, ev'n tifcaturalion; Then in my uppers'.oiy hath Bacchus doin- Jua.lon, And Phoebus msheth into me and beggareth all relation. But Leigh Hunt, with a diffidence veiy laudable (though one, I suspect, rather assumed for the occasion), pro nounces in favor of a version by George Huddesford, a clever fel'ow and man of the world, about the beginning of the centui. Huddesford w?s the author of a good many metrical contributions to the local literature of his day, published under the wonderful titles of Salmagun di, Topsy Tarry, Bubble and Squeak, Crambe Bepttita (London, 1601), and The Wiccatnical Ciaplcl (London.lSOli, but who, with the one exception noticed, seems to have left (in the scarce vol ume before me) vh v little, if anvthinrr, that this generation would care for. His version or uie tirinmng song ioiiowb: I'll In a tavern end my days '.Midst boon companions merry, Plsce at my Hps a lusty flask Keplete with sparkling sherra Tiiat angels hoveling round may cry. When I ba dead as door-nail: 'Klse, genial Deacon, rise and dtlnk Of the well of life elernaL" lis wine the fading lamp of life ltenews, with flame celestial, And elevates th'enraptured sense Above this globe terrestrial ; lie mine the pure grape's Juice, unmixt With any bnse Ingredient! Water to heretics I leave, Should churchmen have no need on't. Crosiers for lordly priests provide, Let warriors wield the truncheon ; I'll atk no implements beside A tankard and a luncheon; Verses and odes wltbout good cheer I never oould lndlu 'em, Sure he who meager days devls'd Isd d adityflnltumi ' When I exhaust the bowl profound And gen'rous liquor swallow, Bright as the beverage I imbibe The gen'rons nnmbers follow ; Your sneaking water drinkers all, 1 utterly condemn 'em; lie that would write Use Homer, Must drink like Agamemnon. Mysterious and prophetic truths, 1 never could unfold 'em Wltbout a flagon of good wine And a lusty slice of cold ham. But when my flagon I have drained And eat what'n 1 n the dish up, Then I'm but an archdeacon, 1 fan preach like an archbishop. FINANCE AND TBADE. Ml.ldlimr Cotton l'J19 l-14c New York Exchange par to 1-4 Trc-mitim-Gold 114 1-4 114 1-2. Stagnant Feed Market Cornineal Between Tiro Stools Ei Higher at Last. Dnll Mouey Matters Sale of Miss, and Tcnn. II. It. 2d Mortgage Charleston ltailroad Stock Tor Sale. Cotton Down in "ew York, tip in New Orleans Sales C50 Bales A Freight lVar, the An tecedents. OrriCE or the Daily Appeal, 1 Saturday, August 2, 1S7S. f FINANCIAL. The commencement of the new month has added to baufcinc business in no oth er way than increasing checking and depositing." Bo little is done in the way of loans or discounts mat mere is notn ing to relate in that line. Exchange still continues to be entirely beneath the requirements, necessitating the sliip mentof currency, while rates remain firm at the usual quotations. The brok ers were paying 114114 for gold. The only transaction we heard of in stocks or bonds was the sale of S1000 Mississip pi and Tennessee railroad second-mortgage at 71 J. There is some demand for these bonds, but they are generally held at figures above the inquirer's views. Memrjhis and Charleston railroad stocks are offering, but nobody takes them, and there is no known price for them; IS is talked of, but only sales can test the market value. The Boston Journal of Commerce savs: We have lately no ticed dralts upon banks specially and most ingeniously drawn in a manner not needing the use of a two cent stamp. We tlrink the west is entitled to all the credit of orispnatinc these evasive drafts. The revenue law says that all drafts up on banks drawn on demand or at sight, tJ be subject to tue stamp in question. 1 he drafts that dodge- this stamp are Ira n one day after date, without grace. I Fran n in this way any distance Lxm. the hank to which they are addressed. they answer all the purposes of a check at feislit or on demand, for they cannot ie presented tDl at least onedaysubse- que to tne date, iiostou oanRs mignt, for instance, witnout any embarrass mem, draw all their New York drafts in tbit. .ray." COTTOX. New York telegrams reported a dull market, and closed at 20jc the reign of the long outstanding 21c being appar ently over. One of the New York tele grams described fdtures as "sluggish." Liverpool wp firm at SJd. New Or leans quoted 1818Jc. -Although it was Saturday, a day on wuich tnere is usually little business transacted, more cotton was sold than on any previous day or tne weeK. There were two buy era one of them faking for export whose purchases made the difference be tween tnis and previous days of tne week. Sales amounted to 650 bales, of wnicn 50 bales wa3 low ordinary at 'Jsc: 260 ordinary to strict ordinary at 12ic: some good ordinary at 1G1GJc, strict good ordinary at lbwaUuic and 17c, middling at 19c, and strict middling at lyjc Low ord S giO SU-ictord 13 15 Ordinary 11 12 uocu om io is Low mid. IS albVj illddlling 1 l)i St. good ord.17 &17 St. low mld.lSJi6IS Strict mid 19194 1ST3. 2S1 lb- Recel pts ., , , 41 3 37,tit) Shi pments KIOCK.. 9il Total receipts to date 410r I Total hhlpments to date tl-'.te) IMPORTS. Memphis and Paducah railroad Memphis and Charleston railroad m 31 SlissishippiandTennesseerailroad Memphis and Ohio'rallroad ?5 Memphis and Little ItockraJhoaiL- 79 Steamers . L&tlmated per wagon and other sources 0 EXPORTS. Memphss and Charleston railroad . Misslsilppl and Tenncsee railroad Memphis and Ohio railroad 221 Steamers, north. steamers, souui Cotton Ji'otf s. A difficulty respecting freichts of cot ton has arisen, and appears likely to end in legal proceedings, unless cood temper and good sense lead, as we hope they will, to an amicable arrangement. A year ago tne compressing or cotton in this city was managed in an uumercan tile, immethodical manner. Presses were of different powers, and the poorest press woiked for the least money, as its work was done the least perfectly. Com petition caused the good presses to do their work slightingly, so as to compete with the bad ones. In this way Mem- EMs stood in the splendid position of aving the quality of its compressing governed and regulated by the worst, instead of the best press in the city. The more imperfect the pressing and the greater the space occupied by the bate, the more the railroad wanted for carrying it. The consequence was that the worst press in town regulated the freight charges, in a measure; for the more cars required to carry a given number of bales, the more the cost of carriage. All this was an injury to our cotton business; but the injury was es caped from. It was not our merchants or our chamber of commerce that wrought the deliverance, but the rail roads which undertook to get the com pressing done themselves done better, and done methodically. This reform was not accomplished without opposi tion, for there are people in this city that do not approve of being obliged'un le; - ihey make a cash profit as a condi-i-.ou to accepting the favor. These peo 1 ! we like tho Japanese, who are Wil li ii to send their children to the mis--Mjuaries' schools, provided they are paid tii- -atne wage3 as if they went to work. In addition to this change, by which freight was sent cheaper for, being uni- fort,i, it could be carried for less money :nd was carried quicker for it could be ; .at in fewer cars, and loaded up more rapidly the railroads gave a bill of lad ing on receipt of cotton at the press, thus enabling the holder to obtain his monev some days earlier than when the com pressing had to be waited for, and the delivery made at the depot. The ad vantage of the change was great, and much satisfaction was expressed as those advantages developed themselves. As long as all tne city presses acted in ac cordance with the new system, compres sing for the railroads only, it worked very well; but recently the Mammoth press has declined to be the mere agent of tho railroads, and is compressing cot ton as formerly for any merchant who may send it The Tennessee and Ohio railroad objects to receive cotton com pressed by a press outside the combina tion,for,allow the best press in the town to breaK tnrougn tne existing arrange ment, and the worst one might follow it, and all the old difficulty come back up on us. Uut lias mat road a right to re fuse cotton, or any other freight, unless pressed, or boxed, or tied up in the place anu manner 11 suau uiuiaiev nas it a right to insist that it shall take the goods sent for transport, rip off its en velope, lay bare its contents, and repack in sucn a form as suits ltsell? We nave an impression that the very stringent laws that govern common carriers con tain no such provisions, but have others of a very opposite nature. The shipper 01 cotton nas pialnlyji right to pack his cotton as he pleases, and it cannot be refused; but if it is In a form more ex pensive to carry, plainly the charges for It must vary from the current rate. To test tho matter, Messrs. Falls &Knn yesterday, formally, and In the presence of witnesses, sent thirty-five bales of cot ton, intended to go to talis river, to the agent of the Tennessee and Ohio rail road: that cotton was pressed at the Mammoth press, and is represented to be of the same bulk as that compressed at the combination presses, "ine agent re fused to receive it for all's river, but was willing to receive for the Tennessee and Ohio road, the termination of which is at Louisville, where it would become necessary to ship it afresh for its ulu mate destination. The cotton was ulti mately shipped by the Charleston rail road, wnicn manes no discrimination between one cotton-press and another. Tho refusal bv the airent of the Mem phis and Ohio railroad to receive tho cot ton tendered as he receives other cotton mid for similar destinations, will proba blv become a subject for legal investiga tion, unless amicable arrangements are made. Even if au amicable termina' tlon is reached the whole difficulty will arise again, the first time anyone of the presses thinks it to its interest to leave tue existing combination If the rail - , . - t -it.. ii-.. roftus cuargeu ior iruiipuuiu vono - iniA w ilifi niihifi.foot ns sea-comtr ves sels do the compressing question would settle itself, for every shipper would want his cotton in a shape (hat would coat the least freisbt. It is said, hotv ever, that tho road in question, or par ties connected with it, have an interest in that cotton-press comDinauon, aud have, therefore, personal as well as busi nes3 reasons for favoring its continuance, OENEUAL MARKET. Although we have made "the turn of the month," there Is no change from the dullness of business incident to the "dead season." Feed at all kinds was soilat tli at wo have no landing sales to report. The St. Louis Democrat of Friday re ports: "Corn was in fair demand for snot, but prices were a shade lower white mixed was freely offered at a de cline, but the demand was light at the prices asked. No. 2 mixed was lower botli on this side aud in east elevator. Tho white market ruled unsettled and lower at the close. Future options were dull and neglected. -Oata ruled lower for snot, with a fair demand at the de cline. There was no speculative inquiry for either snot or future options, ityeiu good demand and higher. The" wet weather had a depressing effect on the hay market; otherwise no changes." Cornmeal remainsin a doubtful position. The St. Louis papers of Friday report of it: "Steauy; sales oi too uois. ,u. 775 barrels at S2 75, all delivered." This agrees with telegrams received yester day, which we mentioned, that meal in the cc Xiouis marKet was 5-00; to-uay, It is stated that dispatches are in report Inc S2 45: we doubt the correctness of such disnatch. at least for city brands. but undoubtedly that market is very weak. The New Orleans report of Thursday is a great contrast to the above; it says. "Cornmeal is in light supply and good demand; 100 bbls. sold on the spot, and 100 to arrive, at $3 90; 100 on the spot at $4, and 150 at $4 25 per bbl." in ourmarEcl Uiesediiierences produced irregularity, this morning, sales being made at from S2 So to S3 on the landing. It is said that purchases were made for shipping to New Orleans from this city, JSutter is dun, and tue uest cnoice in tne n...Vf nor. lwtl.n.1 nf OA,O0O fnr- Info 23c for small orders. Eggs, for the first time for a couple or turee weeKs, devel oped some strength, quoting from 10 to I'M: at tne latter rate one dealer sold ii boxes. Bacon becomes daily firmer. and prices gradually but continually ad vance, we nave to stiuen our quota- iOn again this morning, while askings re irequentiy J(a)ic auovo our ngures, : hich are those of actual sales, Tne St Louis Democrat of Friday reports: 'Provisions in demand and firmer. Mess pork firm. Nothing doing in dry salt meats, liacon opened nrm and nigli, but closed weaker. Lard unchanged.' The Cincinnati Enquirer, Thursday, says: "We have still to report a very strong market for bulk meats and bacon, with a good demand, mainly consump tive,and in some cases a further advance was realized. Holders generally at the close were indiii'erent about selling at the improved rates. Mess pork met with more attention, but the market for lard remains dull, and quotations are merely nominal. For bacon there was a firmer market, with a good consump tive demand, and full prices were real ized, closing with a strong upward ten dency. Shoulders were in demand at &Jc, and not many out of smoke. Clear rib sides are in demand at lOJc, but c more generally asked. Clear sides are held at lOJc. Sugar-cured hams are quoted at 14515c, cauvassed and packed." The Chicago Tribune has the following remarks respecting lard: "Lard was dull and heavy at a decline of Jc per lb., at which drop two lots were sold. Lard is now selling below the price of shoulders, both in packages, or both loose an almost unparalleled circumstance in the history of the trade." We have related the proceedings con nected with the wheat-corner, in Chica go. We add the following from the Chicago Tribune of Friday: "The first "corner" of the year is now in opera tion, and promises to have a successful ending for those who are managing it. The history of the movement, which af fects what is technically known in the wheat-trade as "seller July," is briefly as follows: Several weeks ago the par ties who organized and have since engi neered the "corner," went into the mar ket, and bought up by themselves and through brokers as many options as pos sible in No. 2 spring wheat (the specula tive grain), seller to deliver any time du ring July. They also bought up all the current receipts of wheat, by paying hair a cent per bushel above the market price for the option, and having thus se cured control of the property, teok it out of the power of tho sellers to fill their contracts except by buying from the very fiames to wnom tbey were themselves iable. The "cornerers" were successful in hiding their designs, by sometimes selling small quantities of grain in order to prevent prices going up. In this way options were kept down to a relatively moderate price until within a few days. Then it became known that the market largely oversold, with but little wheat in store, and not much coming in daily. The "short" interest took alarm, and prices rose, under the increased competition of buyers, and from the fact mat but little grain was ollered for sale. Some. wise heads on 'Chauge believe that tne same parties wno cornered tne J uiy options have laid wires for a corner on August options, next montli, in a man ner varying considerably from the poli cy which marked their conduct of the present one. It is thoughtprobable that tuey win attempt to rush up tne price so high that the August "shorts" will grow scared at tlje idea of a repetition of the July deal, aud will fill in at an enorm ous loss during the first ten days of the mouth, and enable the "cornerers" to sell "short" at the same time to an extent that will permit them to make a large amount of money on the other side, by "bearing" the market on the immense receipts tuat are expected du ring the last half of August." Quotations arc for round lots, unless otherwise expressed; and for feed and produce, levee rales. Ibr small pur cliases and orders, rales are propor tionately higher. Apples For green from wagons shippers pay $1 502 50. JJACON Clear sides, 11(5)11 Jc; clearnb lOJc; shoulders, die; sugar-cured hams, canvassed, 1315c; extra brands, 1017c; breakfast, cauvassed, lllljc. Country bacon Jc below the above quo tations. Butter Choice, 2123c; good ta ble, 1820c; fair and common, 12JlGc. Balino Stuffs Bagging, 2 aud 2J lbs, 15lCc; iron ties, 991c; baling twine, 1415c. Builders' Materials Louisville cement, per bbl, $2 502 75; plaster, Michigan, S4; New York, $4 25; Kosen dalo, S3 2o3 50; hair, $2 25 per 40 lb bale; fire-brick, $37 per 100; lime, by the car-load, $1 501 GO. Bran Nothing doing; last sales at $15. CoitN Nothing doing; last sales at 55c for yellow, and 59c for white. Cornsieal Irregular: sales of 100 bbls, at,$2 85; CO and 105 at $2 95; 200 at 53. Coffee We quote dull at 2225c for Bio, according to quality. Candles Light and full weights per lb, 1819c. cheese western and ractory, 10(a) lGc. Eaos Higher; 1012Jc. Flour Low grades, S4 50; extra, $3 50(0,0; double extra, $0 507; fam ily, 7 w(ii,s 60; fancy, ?9 25J 75. uroceries soda, be lor keg, and 90 for box. Starch, 5(551cperlb. German soap, CJ.7Jc. Rice, 8J9c, as in qual ity. Hard renued sugars, I2jc; open kettle, 8101c; yellow clarified, 10j 11c; white do, llllljc; standard A, 11JC. Hay Fair to good quoted at S18(a21: choice, $242G. hominy ij4(o)4 2-3 per bbl, nominal. Lard In tierces, OftfMic: kegs. lOfoV 101c; palls, 1010Jc for refined. lemons and uranoes oranges, nsne. Lemons, repacked, S1G. Mess Pork Quotes S17 2517 50. Molasses Prime to choice planta tion, 5570c; common to prime sugar house syrup, 4055c; fancy, 7075c. ails si H&5 rates. Oats Nothing: last snips nt42( Onions Scarce at $44 50 per bbl for good. Potatoes Paying to country wagons for new, $1 25i 75 per bbl measure. Peanuts At 3&ic per lb. Poultry Chickens, good mixed aud comVji2 spring chickens, Salt Wholesale rates are, five-bushel uuis, 5- iu uy me car-load. The second company of Chinese youths who have come to New England for ed ucation are to be placed in American families, as were those who arrived first. There are now sixtv voung Chinampn 1 heing nlnnatod here under the charor nf 1 CJ a i jjir. Laisun. MONETARY AND FIXAXCL1E. NEW YORK. New iork, August 2. Money The maruet is very easy at 1 to 3J per cent, for call Ioau3. Sterling Exchange -Was dull on a basis of 10SJ for prime banker's sixty uays, anu nwjfajiuyj tor sight. Gold Was quiet and steady, with all the business at 115J and 115. Rates for carrying H and 3 per cent, to flat, ape- cie shipments for the week silver bars, $573,412; American gold, S125.000; for eign gold, $9000; American silver,S3000; total. 5710,442. Total since January ist, $30,773,140, against s&l.abO.USS samo time last year. Clearances. SC7.633.000, The assistant-treasurer disbursed 5314, 000 on account of interest and redemp tion' of 5 20 bonds, and for the week 1,257,297. Customs receipts to-day, $410,000. The bank statement shows a netIossofSS16,9G5, but the bauks still hold S13.803.475 above the 25 per cent required by law. The decrease in tho reserve this week is the result of the in creased demand for gold for customs, which has transferred gold from the banks to the sub-trea3urv. Government Bonds Governments were "quiet and steady; at the close we quote united Htates coupons -oi, U9j; &-ios oi 'o, inji oi, 1184; '65,1181; "65, new, 117; '67, 118J; '68, 11S1; new 5s, 114; 10-40's, Ilof; currencv 6s. 114i. Southern Slate securities ciate oonas are dull. 'We quote Missouri, y-j; Tennessee, old, 81; Tennessee, new, n . Trr !!., nnn, r.i . tt."t-i.;., ir, -I 3 North Carolina, old, xiortn uaron- na, new, 15; South Carolina, old. - South Carolina, new. . Stocks and Bonds The stock market exhibited great strength, and a higher range of prices was established in most of the leading shares in which active business was done. The advance ranged from I to 11 per cent., and at the close the market was firm at a slight reaction from the highest point of the day. The largest transactions were m Western Union, which rose from 921 to 93J, and receded to 925 at the close. Lake Shore advanced from 945 to 95, aud New York Central from 105 to 10o, the ad vance in both cases having been almost fully maintained. Pacific Mail ranged between 36i and 3S: the president of the company borrowed $124,124, the amount of the city's claim for taxes, and satis fied the attachment against the com pany and its property. Northwestern common sold at 68169; Rock Island advanced from 110 to 110J; St. Paul common advanced from 52 to 53; Wabash, from 72J to 72J, Chicago, Cin cinnati and Indianapolis Central, from 31 i to 32, and Union Pacific from 28 J to 29. There was an active buying move ment in Delaware, Lackawanna aud Western, which rose from 101J to 102. The remainder of the list were without any important feature. We quote: Canton, 99; West ern union leiegrapn uompauy, 92; Quicksilver, 38; Adams Express Company, 4j; w ens x cargo's impress Company, 73; American Merchant's Union Express Company, 63; United States Express Company, 67; Pacific Mail, 38; New York Central, 105'; tine, 9o; njie, preierreo, to; nariem, 1333: Harlem, preferred, 135; Michigan Central, 95; Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago,S9; Northwestern, 69J; North western, preferred, 831; Rock Island, 110 ; New Jersey Central, 103; Haute. nreferred,40: Chicago and Alton. 10SJ: Chicago and Alton, preferred. 111: Ohio and Mississippi, 40; Cleveland, Columbus aud Cincinnati, 89; Burling ton and Qumcy, 104; Lake Shore, ; Indiana Central, ; Illinois Central. ; Union Pacific stock, 2SJ; Central Pacific bonds, 100J; Union Pacific bonds, S2; Delaware and Lackawana, 1011; Hartford and Erie, 2J. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, August 2,11:30 a. m. Sight exchange, $ preni.; sterling ex change, 126. London, August 2, 2:30 p.m. Con sols for money, 923; account, 92 92J. .United States coupons, 5-20a of '65, 94J: '67, 94; 10-40s, 911; new 6s, 90 J; Erie, 47. COTTON MARKETS OF THE WORLD. NEW YORK. New York, August 2, 10:30 a.m. Cotton is quiet; no prime to sell; ordinary, 14Jc; good ordinary, 17jc; low middling,19c; m!ddling,20Jc; Alabama, 20Jc; Orleans, 20Jc; Texas, 20 jc. August, 19 7-lGc; September, 1S18 7-lCc; Oc tober, 181-16c l-:LDp.m. cotton is dun ; quotations unchanged; middling, 20c; sales for export, 230 bales; to spinners, 78 bales. 2 p.m. Cotton, demand moderate; sales, 500 bales; middling, 1SJ1Sc; re ceipts, 177 bales. cotton report lor one day at ail United States ports: Receipts, 1760 bales; exports to Great Britain, 4564 bales; stock, 1G5,S16 bales. LIVERPOOL. T.T1TOT1AAT A i rrtiof O 1 - y- Pnf. ton firm; sales, 12,000 bales; for export and speculation, 3000 bales; middling uplands, 81d ; Orleans, 9d. a:su p. m. cotton nrm; middling uplands, SJd; Orleans, 9Jd; sales, 8000 bales, American. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, August 2. 11:30 a. m. Cotton, demand moderate, but no sales; middling, lai&jc. NASHVILLE. Nashville. August 2. Cotton is dull and has declined, at 1516 jc. LOUISVILLE. Louisville, August 2. Cotton is dull and nominal; low middling, 17c; sup ply ngnt. ST. LUU1B. Bt. Louis, August 2. Cotton is dull anoTunchauged; low middling, 17c. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, August 2. Cotton is quiet at 19c. DRY GOODS MARKET. New York. August 2. Business was less active with agents, and the jobbing trade merely nominal, cotton goods are firm, and standard sheetinfis, fine and medium bleached cottons and cotton flannels are closely sold up. Prints are in brisk package demand. Pacific and Manchester delaines have been intro duced at 20c, and Pacific reps at 25c. Worsted dress fabrics are in fair demand. Black beavers, fancy cassimeres and shirting flannels continue active. Dry goods imports for the week, 52,309,919. PRODUCE MARKETS. NEW YORK. New York, August 2. Flour is less active; superfine western and State, $4 955 25. Whisky is quiet and firm at 97c. Grain Wheat is in moderate demand; No. 3 spring, SI 27(31 32; Iowa spring, ?1 301 35. Rye is more active and firmer; -western, 80(i582c. Barley and malt dull and nominal. Corn is in buyers' favor, with a moderate demand; mixed western, steamer, sue; nigu mixed and yellow, 56(3j58c. Oats are more act ive; new mixed western, 4142c Pro visions Pork is firm; new mess, S17 40. Beef is dull; mess, 910c; hams are quiet at 2531c. Cut meats are quiet; long cut nams, loc; miuuies are steauy; long dear, 88 jc; short clear, 9Jc. Lard is quiet; western steam is held at 8J 8 9-16c. Butter is firm; western, 1625c. Cheese a ehade easier, 1313c. CHICAGO. Ciuoaoo. August 2. Flour is quiet; choice spring extra, $6; good to fancy Minnesota, SO 257 75. Wheat scarce: No. 2 spring, $1 17 for car lots; round lots, si 20. corn is in lair demand anu advanced; No. 2 mixed, 37c. Oata are firm; No. 2, 36 jc. Bye is firm: No. 2, jnY?.5Sc. Pork is firm and held at S1G. Lard is auiet and held at S7 75. Bulk meats are steady: sales of loose shoul ders at 7o; short rib middles, 9c; long clear, vc. isacon quiet; snouiuers, ojo; flpnr rib. Mr" rffiar sides. lOJfJ Packed. WhisKy is in lair tiemauu anu lower at 93c. ST. 1AJU1B. St. Louis, Augusl 2. Flour is dull and unsettled, not quotably changed. Wheat is dull and sacked lots lower; small sales of new No. 3 red fall at S 125; new red winter. SI 40: prime, Si do. Corn is dull: No. 2 mixed. 37(a$Sc. clos ing at the inside rate, .oata aresiow and little doing; No. 2. 38c. Rye Is firm No. 2. GSfstfOc. Whisky is firm at uc. Pork 13 steady at $16 25. Dry salt meats are firm: loose shoulders, un-country, ii . , 1 n. ..:.!, i., ns. l., ,..i l., tf.... and more doing In jobbing and order lots; shoulders, 8j9c; clear rib, 10 1H3. inlylinSn T,onl la inlet? 1U1 lilCUlf lVy4V. W U ..M.V., refined. 88c; summer steam held at 7jc; winter steam, 71c. Hogs are quiet at S44 40. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, August 2. Flour is dull; treoie extra, $t oO7 &o; lamny, fc(sa 7&. corn is quiet; yenowmixeu 65c; white mixed, 63c. oats are dull at40(Si42c. Bran is dull at 8085c. Hay is dull; prime, S22; choice, $27. Porki3 shoulders, 9Jc. Bacon is scarce; shoul iior ojr?. pUvt rib. llic: clear. Hie ham's, 15(StlGc. Lard is dull; choice is scarce; tierce, 8j9c; keg, luioic. Sugar no movement; good common, 83c: fair to good fair, 8jc; fully fair, 9 nun- nrlmp. 10c. Molasses no move ment; plantation rebelled, 50c. Whisky is in light supply; Louisiana, 95c; Cin cinnati. SI: Evansville, 95c. Coflee is firmer at 1820c. LOUISVILLE. Louisville. August 2.-Ragging is in good demand for onler jotx.w ith sales of hemp and flux atl4a,15i'. Flour is in fair demand; extra family, $o. W heat is steady and in good oeuian" m .71 1 30. Corn Is sternly at 58 . (2e sacked in store. Oats are firm ul'iirmw t-cKeu in store. Rye old iiiuinl, n w crop oilering at 05c. Men mrk U steady nud held atSIGfSlGSO. Bio.u is firmer innl in good demand: htiouldcra. DJfaOJe; clear rib sides, lOjc; clear, lie, lucked; hams, sugar-cured, !4i(S)l5c. Hulk meats siiouidere, be; clear no mui-, -, clear, 91c, all loose Jc higher paoktd. Lard is Arm; prime le3f, tierces, l0ic. Whisky is steady at yuac CINCINNATI. Cincinnati. August 2. Flour is dull; new, $G 25C 50. Wheat is dull; new$l 251 SO. Corn is quiet at 44(3 45c Rve i3 nuiet at 7072c. Oats are steady at 3343c. Mess pork is in de maud at SIG, held at Sl6 50. Lard is dull and nominal; steam is held at Sc. Bulk meats are firm; shoulders, 7J8c bid, Bales at 9jc; clear sides neiu at a(u 93c. liacon is firm and in good demand; shoulders, SJc; clear rib sides, 101c; clear held at 1010c. Whisky isrm at 92c. NASHVILLE. Nashville. August 2. Flour in fair demand, lower rates; family, uouo so. Wheat is nominal at 31 301 40. Corn is scarce and firm; mixed, 65c. Cornmeal is held at $2 903 in depot. Oats are held at 521c. Bulk meals- shoulders, SJc; clear rib sides, 9jc; clear,' 10c all loose. JBacon shoulders, 9jc; clear rib sides, lOjc; clear, Uc; hams, sugar-cured, 15 jc; plain, country, 13 14c. Lard prime kettle-rendered, 9Jc. Whisky held at 97c. AUCTI03M SALES. SALE OF TOWN LOTS AT LUCY DEPOT, On Padncah and Memphis Road. ii ITritlay, August Stli, WILL BE OFFERED AT SEVENTY-FIVE RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS LOTS At the depot called, In lionor of the daughter of the President of the road, Twelve miles north of Memphis, on tho Dnn can Estate, in one of tho finest neighborhoods in isiieioy county. The terms of the sale will bo verv easr. and a general invitation is given to all. A FRV.E BARBECUE, and a Special Train on the Railroad, for the benefit of all who attend. For farther information apply to E. W. CALDWELL. TEEZEYAIST & CO., Jvl3 AnrSlotiPPr. LAND FOR SALS. WALNUT For Sale. wrl have forty lots in the division of my home place, 0 by ISO feet. Also, my RESI DENCE, with two acres attached, on "Walnut street, which I desire to sell. Also, lota front ing on the river, west of the Gayoso house. Persons desiring to purchase can see me at JIY OFFICE, So. 373 3IA1N STREET, JACKSON BLOCK, over Sledge, McKay & CO. tnyll GEORGE DIXON. Bare Chance to Secure a Home. rpHE undersigned will, on the 21st day of I AniriiHt iieati. sell at nubile auction, at Uermantown, Tenn., his plantation, consist ing of 61879-100 acres of good fanning lands; 400 acres Improved, balance well timbered. Situated two miles northeast of Germantown, and one mile norm oi Jborresi 1111, on me Memphis and Charleston railroad, In Shelby county. To bo EOld in 40 acre blocks. Terms 01 saie une-sixiu casn on aay oi sale, two-sixths on the 15th day of October next, balance in one and two years. Parties desiring to purchase can obta'n Dints, and information as to title, location. etc., by applying to Mr. Ben. J. F. Owen, who lives near the place, or to Donoho & BaJJjley, Real Estate Agents, or to C. C. Graham, Presi dent Mechanics' and Traders' Bank, Mem phis. Tenn., or address me at Madison, Ark. jei u.tw jmin ruiinam. ft fliias A BOUT THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTY . Ul muse ueuuiiim 1UU1 Olll Ull UUUU. UUU we will keen them ODen at the nresent LOW PRICES and LIBERAL TERMS of payment for a short time longer. All who would avail themselves of the present advantages must notdelay closing negotiations, for when once the prices are advanced we do not propose to reduce them again. Call and get plots and mako a thorough Inspection of the property without delay. llULhLti H CO.; my25 39 Mmllson Street. THREE YA1TJABLE COTTON PLANTATIONS S ATjS, In l'nnoln County, JIlsssIss l;sl, On Easy Terms and at low Prices. ONE tract, 800 acres, 500 in cultivation; net income $4000. One other tract, 800 acres, 400 in cultiva tion ; net income &000. One other tract, 400 acres, lOOincuitivatlon; Income ScVO. Good gins and cotton presses on each ; good water, good buildings and good fencing, to gether with good labor, on each place. Will bo sold, one-half paid first January next and balance in tweWe months, at S12 50 per acre. Call on UA1T.1. li. UU.1.A111J, Jiemuuia, ur i . . i . 1 1 imnrvT 1.. 11,. 1 : n For full particulars, or correspond with either. tar Any one desiring to look at said farms will call on Capt. S. D. Powell, at liatesville, Miss., who will furnish conveyances and go with parties to the plantations. lelS Proclamation by the Governor. JOHN C.BROWN, Governor of tho State of Tennessee. To ail wno snail see mese pres entsGreeting: "iTrHEREAS, It has been made known V V to me that a certain uarty or parties un known, charged with having committed a foul and atrocious murder on the 27th day of July, 1873, upon the body of FRANK M. AlUUiUi, late ot our county oi oneioy. nave fled from Justice, and are now running at large: Now, therefore, I, John C. Brown, Governor as aforesaid, by virtue of the power and au thority in me vested, do hereby offer a reward of five hundred (500) dollars to any per son or persons who may detect and appre hend uie saia ununown party or parties anu deliver him or them to the sheriff or Jailer of our county of Shelby, in order that Justice in that behalf may be had and executed. in tcMimony wncrfor, i nave here unto set my hand,and caused the Great LS.1 Seal of the State or Tennessee to be affixed , at Nashville, on the St'th day of July, 1873. By tho Governor. JOHN C. BROWN, Charles N. Umns, Secretary of State. Kent, Simple, Useful and Ctienp! nud NO KNOTS TO TIE OR UNTIE. mllE ANCtlUK JjlJNli tMJ""- I ER Is a neat, durable, tinl i.nwni tnn.lnn device, tn stretch lj . 1 1 m - 1 li HMifl. wlrA ami frrlH S? forallpurposes4nyanls,houses, stores, around balconies, nwn- ings, etc, jvuimta ui uiiiitii-vi m t"-v knotted lines rei eases Li"y-rJiteS2f"Q 7iin n Kll2htlerk.butholdsso1J,i?i that no underpropping or wlndplay will und the fastening. A set of three, with screws sent, prepaid, to any address, by mail, for 40 cental Rxisinoek MAN'r'o Co., 418 West Market street, jiarnsuuiF, reiin, Ageni3 nuiiou. The trade supplied Jy3 DIVIDEND. German National Bask or Memphis, 1 July 5, 1873. I S3 The Board of Directors of this Bank has thbs day deciareu a aiviuenu oi iu per cent, out of tho net earnings of the past six months Jy8 MARTIN GRIFFIN .Cashier. Lais. CHANCERY SALES, Chancery Sale of Eeal Estate. No. 763, P. First Chancery Court of Shelby County. W. B. Greenlaw, Executor and Sur viving Partner, vs. A. M. Ferguson. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale entered In the nbove cause on the 17th day or May, 1S73, I will sell at public auction, to mu nigueil muuer, in num. ui mo uiers. anu MAifra ifflto (nmlflt7 Otwtrnltnncji hnllil. lug, becond street, Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, August 10, 1873, " itgat uuui b uic tuiiu rv iii ucngiiucu property, sitnated m Hhelbvcountv.Tennes a ceruun lot or parcel of land lying ana holtl'T If! lh ft itr nf Vbmnhli on.f tuilntr nnl of lot No. , In block No. 25, commencing 100 ikc Kt. Hum intersection oi jueue ami Shelby streets, on the rohiIi iin r n9ii street; thence eastwanlly on the south sldeo! ueaiosireci iv leeno a niaicc, that beiu" the corner of a lot sold to Duval. Ai?m a ivi ihence southwardly and parallel with Shelby slri-et and with said Duval, A Iieo a Co.'a line ISO feet, more or less, to an alley; thence west- waraiy wun ine nonn joae oi said alley 43 feet to a stake; thence northwardly and paral lel with Shelby street 123 feet, more or less, to thobelnnlng. Terms of Sale-On a credit of seven (!) nAiil i .! , n I. . . ii i.i mi... - .1 .. , i. i Sim GO, with Interest from April 19,1873, an J in i' i axes une, 5ia rc, maKingin an tiva a, for which notes with nDDroved teenritv will be lequirpu. uearmg imere3i; me balance on a creuu, iur wuicu nice ,vj notes will do re. nulled, with ntinroved Keenrltv. Tiiivnhlp. t. Bi-ectlvely. on the 1st of December in encli year until tho lajt note is paid In ISSI; lien re- tauieu ia luruier secure same, ana equity OI redemption barred. inis juiyja, IH73. EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. W. Messlck, solicitor. JyiB Chancery Sale of Beal Estate -ON- Saturday, August 23, 1ST3. No. 3108. In the- Becond Chancery Conrt of onuiuy cuuiiiy- Aeunesfsee. Andrew ten- i;eri vs. jacoo a. uanoway et ai. rY virtue of an order of sale made In this j cause, on tne vtn or Jniv. 173. 1 will sen. at public auction, to the highest hklilpr. In iront of the office of the Second Chancery uiun ox eueiuy iouniy, ureeniaw opera house. Becond street, between Union and Gayo&o streets, In tho city of Memphis, Ten- Saturday, August 23, 1S?3, within legal hours, the following described real estate, to-wit: Situate. Ivinz aud belnir In Uia rnnntv nf Shelby, and State of Tennessee, known as lots 7 and 8, In block L, m Williams' addition to r on l-irneriue. AJmi. the followlni; described nnml.vq ad jacent to the above and In Fort Pickering, c;iivkuj luuinj, .i euueHsee, lu-w 1 1 ; beginning at the Mutheast corner of Fifth andUalnes streets, in Fort Pickering; thence west with the south Hue of Gaines street eight hundred and eighty (SS0) feet: thence touth two hun dred and seventy-seven and one-half (277X) feet to Division street; thence east eight hun dred and eighty (SSh feet to Filth street; thence north two hundred and seventy -seven and one-half (2774) feet to Ualnes street, less a portion thereof heretofore sold toll. A. Polk under decre in this cause. Terms of Sale On a credit of six months; purchaser executing note with good security; icu iviaiueu. rAmuy oi rcuempuon Darren. A Ilia j my -I, lo.o. M.U.L 8 rE WART, . Clerk and Master. J. E. Blgelow, solicitor.' Jy2! SECOND CIIAXCERY COURT SALE VALUABLE REAL ESTATE OS SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1873. No. 353. William Morrow, Treasurer, otc.vs. 1 1 ) T ' 1 i . sr. r riuui. BY virtue of a decree of sale made by the Second Chancery Court In the nbove canse. 1 will sell to the highest bidder, at public auc tion, at the outside door of the Second Chai:. eery Courtroom, on Second street, city oi Memphis, on Saturday, August 23, 1873. within legal hours, the following described real estate, to-wit: ijying ana Deing in sneioy county, Tennes see, and known and described as follows: Lots 4 and 5 and part of lot 3, in country lot 491, in the city of Memphis, as shown byE. w.KucKer-s map, ana in me um civil dis trict, and begins at the Charleston railroad bridge, and runs thence In a southeasterly di rection with the west side of Marshall avenue 091 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 line of the east line of the Sild Railroad Company's srronnds: thence northerly with the east side of said railroad grounds to the beginning, it being tho same realty upon which tho resi dence of the defendant Fralm is no w situated Also, part of c. untry lot 4Ki in said city, and in the 5th civil district of said county, and described as follows, viz: and lies on the north side of Jefferson street, and includes all of the real estate in the triangle formed by said street, Charleston avenue, and Bayou Gayoso, excent 01 feet fronting on said street and run ning back with the east side of said bayou 14SJ4 feet, and which formerly belonged to Thomas Jones. And. also, the east 174 feet of lot 534 of country lot 478, and fronting on the north side of Jeffenon street and running back with the west line of said bayou, and the east line of lot 210, belonging to John Overton, US feet to a stake. Also, 160 acres of land on what is known as . lium i.iiiiuii) tut! tUL&aisaiypi 1 1 u. y, uivu 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. Tkkms or Sale On a creditor six months, purchasers executing note bearing interest from date, with good and sufficient security; lien retained. Equity of redemption barred. I."". n . '.- T.-lii.. -i I.. r:,..-( i i i 1. imsjuiy is. 13, o. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. "W. W. McDowell, sol, for complainant. Iyl8 Memphis Dry Docks for Sale. Under decree of the Second Chancery Court of Shelby County. State of Tennessee. No. 1S9, R. D. State of Tennessee, ex. relation oi rnmus unerson et ai. vs. Memphis my Docks Company and others. BY virtue of an order or sale made in the above entitled cause, by the Second Chan cery Court ot Shelby County, Tennessee, I will sell to the highest bidder, near the mouth oi Wolf river, at tho city of Memphis, Tenn., on Saturday, August 9, 1873. the following personal property, to-wit: "The Memphis Dry I)ocks, with all the machinery, tackle, and appurtenances thereunto belong ing." now lying at the Memphis wharf. Terms of Sale 5S0O cash: balance at 12, 13 and 24 months; notes bearing Interest at 6 per cent, from date, with good securltles.requlred ; Hen also retained to secure the payment thereof. July 3, 1S73. 31. u. JU. 11L. w A1U, Clerk and Master Second Chancery Court. Humes & Poston, sols, for complainants. AVarrlner & Lee, sols, for defendants. RAILROADS. MEMPHIS & RALEIGH RAILROAD JnpRAINS will leave Louisville depot, head of j Main street, as iouows tciiy umej : DAILY TRAINS (except Sunday) Leave Mcniohis at 9:00 a jti.. 11:55 a.m.. 4:10 D.m. Leavo Raleigh at 7:30 nan., 4:40 pjn., and o:oupjn. Fare Tor tho Koaud Trip. SOc. JOHN DONOVAN, President Memphis and Raleigh R. R. J as. Speed, General Ticket Agent. JyZ7 PADUCAH AM) MEMPHIS NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. ON AND AFTER FRIDAY, JULY 18. 1S73. no freight will be received at the depot alter J o clock p.m. C. A. LOCKE, Agent. Memphis, Jnlyl8.1S73. JylS LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE Aim GREAT SOUTHERN RAILROAD. SCHEDULE : Express Train leaves dally, Sundays Mall Train leaves, dally Brownsville Accommodation daily, except Sundays... 11 55 ajn I leaves , 4:40 pjn eo-No change of cars by this line for Louls- viiie or i. xiouis. x'uiiman xraisie sleeping. cars on all nlgbttrains. ear For Tickets or information apply at Ticket Ofllce, Ko. 237 1-2 Slain Street JOHN T. FLYNN, Supt Memphis Div. James Speed, Ticket Agent. Jyl3 Memphis and Little Eoek Railway CHANGEOT TISIE. COMMENCING SUNDAY, JDLY 6, 1S73, and until further notice, trains will run as follows. 4 Mall Train leave Memphis, daily. 5 :25 pjn Freight and Accommodation Train leave Memphls,dolly except Sunday.6 :15 ajn Direct connection at Little Rock with trains on C. and F. R. R. for Hot Springs, Arkadel phla, etc. Direct connection at Argenta with trains on Little Rock and Fort Smith R. R. for Lewlsburg, jRussellvllle, Clarksville, Fort smun, etc. Mall Train arrives at Memplils.7:15 a.m Freight and Accommodation Train ar rives at Memphis ... , 6:55 pun Sleeping Car on Mall Train. For information and tickets apply at 237$ Main street, 278 Main street, or at Depot, Cen ter Landing. A. S. HVEWMORE, Gon'l Sunt. Jnq. g. Pehry, Oenl Ticket Agent. Jyl Attachment Notice. Beforo P. M Winters, Justice of the Peace of Shelby county, Tennessee. r. ja. iloore, I plain tiff, vs. Samuel Clark. N thU cause affidavit bavins been made beforo me that the defendant, Samuel Ciatk, Is indebted to the plaintiff In the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars, due by open account, and also, that said Samuel Clark is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee; and attachment having been lrsued in this cause, and executed by serving a garnishment on Busby Johnson & Co., who have answered that they are indebted to the defendant Samuel Clark In the sum of two hundred and fif tv-thiee dollars and twenty-three cents: It Is therefore ordered by me, That publica tion bo made, once a week for four successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal, notifying said defendant to appear before me, at my office, in the city of Memphis, on Monday, Scptem. bor 1, 1S73, at ten o'clock a.nL, and defend this suit, or tue same win ub tneu ux parte. P. M. WINTERS, J. P. Memphis, August 1, 1373. ao3 JOB PRINTING. FRANKLIN B PRINTING HOUSE BOOK BIHBEBY AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY S. C. TOOF, Proprietor, Ho. 15 West Court Street MEMPHIS, : : : TENNESSEE w Thaattentlon of the Merchants and Business Men of Memphis, Nona Mississippi, Alabama and Arkansas, Is particularly called to, the superior facilities of this house for exe cuting orders for ail kinds of JOB PBIEfTIHG! Plain. Fancy and Ornamental, such as Pam phlets. Constitutions, By-Laws, Blanks, Circu lars, liiu-iieaus isasiness anu anow i.arnj, Letter Heads, Envelopes, Shipping Tags, La bels. Receipts. Checks. Weddine: Cards. Ball Tickets, Invitations, TRTiAPygi :bgos.s Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books. PRICES LOW AS THE LOWEST Perfect satisfaction rnaranteed in every Instance. A call and an examination of my specimens is respecuuiiy solicited. . O. TOOS. COTTON GIN. SOUTHERN-MADE GIN. mHIS celebrated Gin, of light draft, makes a L good sample, picks more lint from the same amount of seed cotton, and In les time, than any other gin. It does not break the roll nor choke, Is simple in lis construction, and not liable to get out of order. It Is a good rule to try all things, and hold fast to what hi3 been approved, and answers the enroose for which it is made. This is claimed for PRATT'S GIN, and is admitted oy practical planters wno nave inea ii. Orders for Gins, from 40 to ft) saws, Gnm Bands at New York factory prices, ana com- Slete sets of Segments, Bands, Etc- promptly lied. Ulns repaired by a ski III ai ginwrlght. Address, G. TV. TKDEHEART, Agent for Daniel Pratt Gin Company, No. 10 Conrt St.. UTrmntiixTpon MEDICAL. ZZ3ZE3.. McOA'RE'S MEDICATED BLACKBERRY BRANDT. riTHE only sure cure for Cholera, Cholera JL Morbus, Dysentery, FInr, Etc. It excels any other known remedy for these diseases. For sale by ROSEN BACH & CO., 300 Front street. Sole Agents for Arkansas. "West Tennessee. ana Mississippi, to wn om aiioraers mus: De auaressea. uiyj Murder In tue First Degree Is eenerally brought to light, but thousands ot quiet mur ders, of which the world never hears, are com mitted by the administration of wrong medi cines. The dyspeptic, the bilious, the fever ridden, the rheumatic, are too often coisoned with deadly druzs, when the persistent use or TarraHt's Effervescent Seltzer Aperient, with nrODer nrecautlons as to diet and reirl- men, would inevitably have worked a speedy ana morongn enre. in Kianeyaiseases,Dowei complaints, revers. nervous iwroxysms. and all other ailments that reduce the strength and vital power or the system, us talc, re fresh, purify, cleanse and regulate It with this invaluable saline remedy. Sold by all druggists. jy29 16 FIRST PRIZES. . Oriental Oil Whiskers !g? DYE, applied xn tne world, wors is I done In a few seconds ; In less than twenty minutes no Gray "Whisker is to be seen. One ap plication ior utfnuirowa ; two fnrRlart. WAshlm tTiawhta- ters is not reqclred before or after nsing the Oil; mates me wrussers son ana jnsxrous; tree irom sugar of lead, or other poisonous and health-destroying drugs; needs but one trial to prove Its auperiorty over all othprs. Sixteen Premiums hare been awarded at different Fairs and Exposi tions for Its virtues over other preparations. J. F. FroAzr, manufacturer and proprietor, 2Cew York City and Sacramento, CaL Ask your Drug guJst for it, and give It a trial. C a WARD & liItO Druggists, Agents. AVOID QUACKS. A victim of early Indiscretion, causinz ner vous debility, premature decay, etc., having tried In vain every advertised remedy, has discovered a simple means oi sen -cure, wnicn ne win sena iree 10 ms ieiiow-sunerers. au dress J. H. REEVES, 78 Nassau St.. New York. YEAST POWDERS. 1 rtptiHj opr-eCIiis oil ot&er prvpartlbmj for prodoclEJ Ktejant, JwrcSaJ IT&etoem POLLS', BISCUITS, SRZSB, ttuehtXeat and other GridMt Colt. Pcfxtis Put an! tMiaAU, exul atmsyr rtaiXj for immt&llaie tue. Tha CHEAP. ZSTBaXtHg JVwiiw it tin WOXZJ, .ml It 1TZ XSSP 03 LlXD01ZSBlA,nf tUmite, for jeart. XtU ireH adapt? b tha ass of Uawttjn, jfintrt, JfaWjamr. XmlgrantM, Jc and 1 la fact, la tvtrjrcpKt,tX BEST TZX3TP0WDS& uula "for IU KKein, ) Camp, au CtilUf." BOLD BT 0K0CE23 & DEAIEES EVEKTWHEHEi Maanfactoiwl by DOOUTT & BROTHER, 69 NEW STREET. NEW-YOR1C BEADING HOOM. Young Hen's Christian Association READING BOOMS : No. 10 If est Court St. I Rooms 11 and IS MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. OPEN DAILY From 9 ajn. to 12 m. i rom 3 to 6 p.m., ana irom 7 to rj run. On Sundays from 2 to 8 pan. The best Periodicals of the Bay, In addition to a Jjargo jjorary, jrreo to iui. OFFICERS: E.S. Francis, Pres't. DrJI.E.Bramhall.'V.P. W. Q. Orgain, Ree. Sec. A.W. Ne wsom, Cor. Sec Retmlar business meetins flrst Monilavnieht in each month. Literary and Social Exer cises each succeeding Monday night. Prayer meeung every oaiojun-T zz-- inie wass from 5 lr 8 p.m. fvrv aDl PARTNERSHIP. PAIirNEKSUIP NOTICE. From nnd after this date. Mr. N.M. Trezevont will be a partner in our business without change of firm name. TRKZEVANT& CO. Memphis, Jane 11th, 1373. J. P. TBKZKVANT. If . Jr. TEEKVAKT. r EAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. TrezevantA IV Co. (successors to Royster.Treiovant&Co.) N.E. corner Main and Jcflersonsta. While we make a specialty of public sales, in which a lone eznerlence is broueht to the service ot our patrons, we are fully prepared to give at tention to property In our hands at private sale, or for rent or exchange. Oar Rental Department Is In charge of 1V71. McCallum, who la fnllv anallned to elva satisfaction. s equally ro lanaiora ana tenant. ' 1 . . muni. i.. A ajl. M. nn COTTON FACTORS CHANGE OF FIRM, A V)aX?ry.l,Sc?J?ILP-urchjeil the Interest of STKWAKT 15ROS. A CO., PhU.Tenn. We hereby aseumo all the liabilities of the late nrm, and all parties indebted to same will make payment to ns. The buslneM) In New Orleans k. tinned under the nameot STEWART ititiw fe CO., and in Memphis nnder the name of STEWART, G WYNNE & CO. iiionKiai ior uast favors, we respectfully ask a contlnnaneeof same. ANDREW STEWART. iiUGU STEWART. ANDREW D. U WYNNE. Memphis, Tenn., July 1, 1873. Havlnz sokl lo or late oartnsr hit Infrpst In thu hnnot, nf utawn.r Uiki . i... . leans, ami Stewart Bros. Gwynne, Memphis, of llielr affalis. In retiring from business I "l .IGVUMSCM Willi Lilt, .-Till UTruiniBnr uum va ior xuy buccehsors a conllnuance of the liberal natrouae bestnwpi firm. WM. STEWART STEWART, GWYNNE & CO, SUCCESSORS TO STEWAIIT BEOS. & GWYNNE, AraotESALE COTTON FACTORS, -AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 356 &35S Front St. Johk T. Ktbattow, formerly of Stratum, Mc DavittiCo. John L. Wki.u-osD,Iate Graham A Wellford. STEATTOX & WELLFOKD COTTON FACTORS A2TD COMMISSIOST MERCHANTS, HAVE REMOVED TO 240 Front Street, cor. Jefferson OCEAN STEAMERS. AI.IiA' UNE TO AND' TKOM LIVERPOOL, BALTIMORE AilD NOnFOIiK. One of the steamers of this first-class lint will be dispatched as follows : t rom ii-pooi. fTomrsaiumore MANITOBIAN- reo.ii HIBERNIAN. Feb.25, NESTORIAN. Ma-ch PERUVIAN. March SS . April 18 HIBERNIAN. .Apnis.. April 30 NESTORIAN. .Aprils:.. May 11 And every it days thereafter, and oftener ii ine service requires it. Passengers forwarded to and from all the principal places in England, Irelandcotland, 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 posfb?3 or further information apply to UUI.bX.El aE t,'U., General bouthwestem Agents, ai.?) ao HndiMin atr "WATERING PIACES. VALHERMOSO SPRINGS, M0KGAN CO., ALABAMA. EIGHTEEN miles from Huntsville by car riage road; twenty-live miles from Deca tur by boat or carriage. Here are White Sul phur and Iodine, 'ack Sulphurs and Iodine and Chalybeate waters In inexhaustible sup plies more strongly impregnated, says a dis tinguished chemist, than any similar waters In the United Stales. Hotel accommodations ample. Table wholesome and excellent. Ask .ill the enestsof lust vear. Prices to suit the times, so that living is cheaper here than at nome, resxorea neaim ana vigor are auueu aa clear gains. Send for Circulars to J. K. "AYNXKK E sus, iTopnewrs. P. O. Valhermoso Sprinss, Morgan county Alaba -ttocatur. my. 4aw OJE 1873. BERKELEY SPRINGS AND BATHS Bath, Morgan County, "West To. Two and a half miles from Sir John's Run, Baltimore and Ohio ltauroau. EIRST-CLASS accommodations for five hundred guests. Dally mall, telegraph, all amusements, fine music, etc. F"x-pilpnt tlshlnsr and hnntlnz. and all the attractions of a beautiful mountain region. Natural temperature of water 71 Fan., with every variety of baths. Swimming-pools lor ladles, children and gentlemen. Xfcitiiis 51 per aay; sjj per wees; ursv month. S75: second month, S63. Children nnder ten and nurses, half price. ie23 A. R. POTTS MAGNOLIA BALE agnolia Balm A FEW APPLICATI0S3 MAKE A Pure Blooming Complexion. It la Portly YcseUMe. and Its operation ti seen and felt at once. It do away with the FlusW 4ppcrance caneed by Heat. Hague, ind Eiole ment. Bella acdrcnioTeaallEIotcheatn Pimp!e. JUpelKcgdirk and unsightly gpcts. .prires twiy rd7rrkle, ad Sanborn, and by its gjnUe i bet powerful utfluenco cantles Uie fafled cheek wita YOUTHFTO. BI00H AKD BEAUTY. Sold by an ErORgit od Tusrj Storea. Dejct. S3 Part Place. N-wYotk. ORGANS. WAT32S' COlTCSaTO PABL03 0SSAN3 ere the moot beanlluil im nljle and prrfert ut lone ii:itTu stop i5 a tri ffr piarHi in any orsratt-. Itupraancra by m third et fif rrW p rullurly oiehtl, the umoi. CKAK3I IJ end SOIL. STIRIEIXJ. trhiie d I M ITAXIOX y'f the hntunn voire A GREAT OFFER. HUmtK ITATEES 4 SO.", IS12nsln7,lT.T.. K-iirinwM of lOO PIASOS riil ana tXS rf lirt-ta m krra. iio-(i.i WilTERV.airxtnnwIrknr prlrH for mf.li. or imrt coxa, cmd balance in Miinll monthly wjnuat. New ?-Octlve OnMlaH 1"I lO.H. nil moilrra Improvv lutlta. for Orsrnns. 33. 875. i)oiitt.fcnr.i:i okg.is.$iuoi 4-.vrop. 8110; ATOl'.S12.T.run(. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGCES 3IULEO far erne Korop. A large ditCount to JlfiaWes '.-L .rzltei, Snloy-SrAoo..TfTHr-rance OocUiirt, Uid.'t. -Ic. A fl KXTS WAXTE1T. EXPOSITION. CINCINNATI INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION THE LEADING INDUSTRIAL FAIR OF AMEEICA. The Fourth Exhibition will opt?n Wednes day, September 3d, and continue until Satnrdny, October ith. 1S73. Goods re ceived from ugust 4ta to SOth. Exhibitors honia jjiediateappUcaUonlorspac. asSF5rfa!ta.SWSk mtmm SHERIFF SAXE. -OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE On West Side of Shelby Street. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVkN, That by virtue of a venditioni eroooav tn mi. hi. reeted from the Honorable Secesd Circuit Court of Shelby county. Tennewn?, la the Case Of Snroule & McCnvn v. 1? S! nannar Judgment rendered on the 21th day of Janua- ty, vs., ior ine sum or nuy-trtjciWhirs, with interest and eosta of salt, to satisfy said ludK ment.etc.,1 wUl.on Saturday, the 9Ui daj of August, 1S78, At 11 O'clCCb- fi m In f mt ,r nftv aMaa x.-.. 351 Second street, il em phis, Tennee, pr ceed to sell, tothe highest bkhlr. for caXl, the 1 1 J; A . :'"i property, lo-wii: Part of lot o. 4.bIoc; iti rut ia.du. f'f.0?. Y6"? 8JJe or Shelby street, adk-i-lBg lot3orlzlnaI nlat. now auuu.1 ik., and State tax-boot as the property of Knma Borland, (being the tarae dewripH "a est mttnt ertyas recited in the levy mad. ,tt ttotdh. my ui rturuary, w.a. By r rant vtmra, u. 1. U. CU and herein aeenralWv dc- - -n.n the venditioni exponas above mt. Levied on as the property of dt.ac c. -i. Cooper, tosatlsfy said Judgment, in' en s 4 COiU. Sale to commence at II o'clock a.m. W.J.P.DOYIJJ, Sheriff of Shelby county, Tera. Acfclen A Sneed. attorneys. Jl TRUST SALES. Trust Sale. TTNDER and by authority or a trast deed U directed to me by D. I9ntp.An tfaa.mrh of June. 1039. the same bern? nvhtemi in ti.n office of the Register of Shelby county. Ten nessee, In record book No. 72, page (S8, et. sea. on the Z7th of September, lbm, at imttaaee of the beneficiary in said deed of trust, and to pay the lndebtness beenred therein,! will offer and sell, for cash, on Monday, August 4, IS 73, Within legal hours, on the premises aad fronting house JJo.313 Poplar street, to the highest bidder, at public outcry, the ftew lng very desirable real estate, thus described, four (4) cottages being on the ground: A cer tain lot or parcel of ground, sitaate, lying and being in the county of Shelby, state el Ten nessee and city of Memphis, being part of country lot "o.501, being part of property conveyed by deed by James Jones tol. li. Klrtland.on the Ist of ilay, 1S2, and duly registered in Elielby county, Tennessee, hi book No. 10, page 348, et seq beginning at a point on the south side of Poplar street, where the eastern line of the said let of ground named in said deed of Jamex Jones to I. IS. Kirtland Intersects said Poplar street: running thence west with the sooth side of Poplar street one hundred and seventy-four feet nine inches (171 feet 9 inches! to a stake: thence south one hundred and sixty feet (W feet), more or less, to an alley between Poplar and Washington streets,toastake; thence east alon g north line of said alley one hundred and seventy-four feet nine Inches (171 feet 3 inch es! to a stake: thence north one hundred and sixty feet (la) feet), more or less, tn a stase on souui sia e oi r-opiar street to use Beginning corner, being also part of same lot conveyed by deed to D. Pante by I. B. Klrtlasd, Novem ber 30, l;o, and recorded In book Xo. 35, page 5G5 and oBS, of Shelby county record. The equity of redemption is expressly waived la said trust! deed, and the title believed to ba good, but I convey only as trustee. JOHN O.LOKSlAI.E,jKTmstee. Trust Sale. By virtue or a deed of trust to me executed by W. H. Pair, on .he 23d day of Sep tember. 1S70. and registered In the ReglMer'a office ot Shelby county. State of Tennessee, in book No. 75, page 489, the tame being made for the purpose of securing the payment of certain notes therein described anu set forth, x win, on Jlonday, the 11th day oT August, 1S73, within lezal hours, sell, at the fcot of the steps in trout of Xo.7&Maln srret, Mem phis, Tennessee, to the highest bidder, for cosh, the following described lot and premises, to-wit : About two miles southeast of the city of Memphis, in the euciki uoriana suDuivtsion, being lot So. 33, as laid down on said plan of subdivision of land', having a front one hun dred and two feet on the south side of Plzeou Roost road, which said plan of subdivision is of record in the Chancery Court of Memphis, in case of Mary C. Trader vs. James M. Goggia et ol, No. 3S3, N. R.D. Title believed to be good but I will sell and convey onlv as'trustee. Equity of redemption waived. " " E.H.WYATT, Trustee. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a deed of trust to me executed on the 7th day of August, A. D. 1&66, by Morris Doyle, to secure the payment of cer tain Indebtedness described in the trust deed, of record In the Regis.'er's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, In book So. 72, page IIS, X will, as trustee, on Wednesday, the 6th day of Angnst,1873, between the hours of 10 aan. and 4 o'clock Ejju, In front of the county building, ea nlon street. In Memphis, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the following real estate: A certain tract of land situate, lying and beins in the county of Shelby, State of Tenneisee, bounded aa lollows: Beginning at the east side o: the old Randolph road, at Doyle's southwest corner of his a acre home place; thence with the roaa south 49 east 3 chains and 85 links; thence south 28" west 2 chains and tS) lints to a stake In the partition line; thence west St' east 10 1 halns and 75 links to the east line of lot No. 9 of the Weakly and McLemore subdivision ; thence north 5H west II chains and SI links to the northeast corr r of lotNoJorWeaklyandMcLemoresubdt In the south side of an avenue; thence o its. WJi5 westSchalnsand3Hinkstoasikei -east comer of Doyle's sold 5 acre 1 le j. . ; thence south 5J4 east 1 chains an-' Hnv- o its southeast corner; thence ton. . - - chains and 23 links to the place of xi. containing br estimation 13 acr.a No. 10 and part of No. 9 of the Wea' a d iIC-Lemore sudui vision. All rightand equity of redemption special y waived In said trust deed, and the litre is fc t lleved to be perfect, but I sell on ly as trust a. GEO. R. POWEL, Trustee.' James H. Malone. attorney, etc. iyt LEGAL. .lBMIiMSTKATOiyS S.1L.E OF BLUFF CITY OIL WORKS MACHINERY, ETC. THE undersigned will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, on Friday, Annst 8, 1S73, at the Bluff City Oil Works, on Charleston avenue, near the Memphis and Charleston railroad depot, Memphis, Tenn., all the ma chinery, presses, heaters, tanks, etc-, in said oil woiks, and lately used by G. T. Beaumont A Co., in the manufacture of cotton-seed oil, etc., together with the sacks, etc., used in con nection with the same; also, thirty-five bales cotton (re-ginnings), the stock of cotton-seed, oil-cake, cotton-seed meal, etc., on hand; also, office turniture all belonging to the estate of G. T. Beaumont, deceased. Sole to commence at 11 o'clock ajn. July 25,1873. F. W. SMITH, Admr. Administrator's Kotice. HAVING 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 the same will be barred; and all persons Indebted to said estate are notified to settle fort li with. W. I CLAPP, Adm'r. 15 Union St. Memphis. April 2t. 1ST ap25 Administrator'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 law, or the same will be barred ; and all person Indebted to said estate are notified to settle forthwith. W. A. GOODMAN, Adm'r, No. 11 Madison street. Memphis. May 31, ISTK. mySt Executrix Notice. HAVING been duly qualified as Exer trlx of Jacob N. Moon, deceased, all persons having claims against said decedent are hereby notified to present the same within the time prescribed by law or the same will bo barred; and all persons indebted to said es tate are hereqy requested to come forward and make settlement at once. vl H M. MOON, Executrix. Insolvent Notice. HAVING suggested the Insolvency of tha estate of M. H. Chambers, deceased, to the County Court Clerk of Shelby county, Tennessee, and said Clerk having ordered that Eubllcatlon be made in some newspaper pub shed In said county, and also at the court house door; This is to notify all persons having claim against said estate, to appearand file the soma 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 sold day, or before an appropria tion of the funds, shall bo forevw barred, both. In law and equity. This May 3, 1S73. Uiy3 J.M CREWS. Administrator. NOTICES. 3STOTXOB. PURSUANT to the provisions of an Act of Congress, approved March 3. 1S73, author iiin" the construction or a bridge across tha Mississippi river, at St. Louis. Missouri, by the St. Clair and Carondelet Bridge Company, the aforesaid company hereby gives notice to all concerned, that they will, on or beforo the 10th day of JULY next, submit to the Sec retary of War, for his examination and ap proval, a design for a suspension bridge, con sisting of two channel spans or six kamlrwt feet each, and two end spans of three hun dred fee t each, with an elevation of me hun dred feet above low water mart. Th v will also file a map giving the propodlca' mi of the bridge, tte topogiapty of the ba. i or orte7unnW stream Tandl SnSnlng such oth. i int,-..-tlonM may b5 required for a fr.Anu it s factory understanding of the subject l t SeTor5erofVBoard of Directors of the t. aa&andCaroneldmp. St. Louis. Mo- Jnne 30. 1873. lyl TAGS. TWO iDESNIMO X A TENT 8111"' a-1 intern VravR htxm ntuvt 11113 , within the pas ten years, wi moos leomplalnt of loss by tag becoming UdeScned. All Express Companlea t mT jm rii i iiiu" r.. r BSthem: SoM tirff ??r