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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-MONDAY, ATJG-TJST 4, 1873.
FINANCE. AND TBADE. .tllciullii? Cotton 191J) l-14c 'cw York Exchange par lo niium Gold 114 Olli 1-4 Pre-1-4 Slaciiant Feed Jtlarkct-Cornmcal 1 Jet neon Two Slools Eggs Higher at Last. null Mtier Matters Sale of Miss, anil Tenn. K. K. 2d Mortgage Charleston Railroad Slock For Sale. Cotton Down in Xeiv York, up in Sciv Orloans Sales 050 Hales A Freight War, the An tecedents. OrpirB or THIS JHIOT Appeal,,! Saitrkay, August 2, 1573. FINANCIAL. TbeoHinieeeaientof the new month has added tobaukiiif? business in no oth er way than increasing checking aud ejwitiii. So little is done in the way of loans or discounts that there is noth ing to relate iu that line. Exchange still continues to be entirely beneathhe requirements, necessitating the ship ment of currency, while rates remain lirm at the iwual quotations. The brok ers were paying 1141141 for gold. The only transaction we heard of in stocks or bonds was the sale of $1000 Mississip pi and Tennessee railroad second-mortgage at 71 J. There is some demand for these bonds, but they are generally held at fieures above the-inquirer's views. Memphis awl Charleston railroad stock.? are ottering. Wit nobouy laees mem, anu ihere is no known price for them; IS is talked of. but only sales can test the market value. The Boston Journal of Commerce says: We have lateJy no ticed drafts upon banks specially and most ingeniously drawn iu a manner not needing the use of a two cent stain p. "We think the west is entitled to all the credit of originating these evasive drafts. Tlie revenue law says that all drafts up on banks drawn ou demand or at sight, shall be subject to the stamp in question. The drafts that dodge this stamp are drawn one day after date, without grace. Drawn in this way any distance from the bank to which they are addressed. they answer all the purposes of a check at sight or on demand, ior mey cannot le presented till at least one day subse quent to the uate. isosiou ivancs raigni, for lnfetauee. without any emuarras merit, draw all their New York drafts i a this way." COTTOX. New York telegrams reported a dull market, and closed at 20je the reign of the loug outstanding ic oeiug appar ently over. One of the New York tele- gTaois described futures as "sluggish." Liverpool was firm at SJd. New Or leans quoted lSjfS.lSjc. Although it was Saturday, a day on which there is usually little business transacted, more cottou was sokl than on any previous dav of the week. There were two buy ers one of them taking for export whose purchases made the difference be tween this ana previous days oi the week. Sales amounted to C50 bales, of wlueh 50 bales wa3 low ordinary at 9jc; '2Jb ordinary to strict ordinary at 121c; some good ordinary at NKlCJc, strict good oliaary at 16t10fc and lc, middlingat 19c, and strict middling at 19ic Law ord Ordinary - 11 12 Strict erd Hi. good. ord. v . low MM.. Strict wM i.owi oru itt-HS'i I.OW HIWT I Mkkllltng U 1STS. 251 172. 41 S 31S SHI,! llm-lptf... SIliplHealK... -IOCK.. Ttal reeeipl l date. . Total shipments to date. IMPORTS. Memphis and Padoeah railroad Memphis and Charletrfou rallro&d M lastsatppi and Teee railroad 51 Memprtw and wilo railroad Mui4ibiud 1.1 Uie Kock railroad Estimated per wanon and other sources . 2U EXPORTS. M( inih'. and Charleston railroad Aim Jiwlt'l and Tennessee rallroad . M emptors and UMo railroad . '. Kt.-aiuers, iwnu learners, BoaUi . GENERAL MARKET. AltlMHich we have made "the turn of the month," there is no change from the dulluuss of buiiuess incident to the "dead season." Feed of all kinds was so Hat that we have no landing sales to report. The St. Louis Democrat of Friday re ports: "Com was in fair demand for spot, 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 luth on this side and in east elevator. The white market ruled unsettled and lower at the close. Future options were dull and neglected. Oats ruled lower for spot, with a fair demand at the de cline. There was no speculative inquiry for eitiier spot or future options, live In good d tin and and higher. The wet weather had a depressing effect on the hay market; otherwise no changes." Qjrtimeal remains iu a doubtful position. The St. Louis papers of Friday report of it; "Steady; sales of 100 bbls. at $2 70, 775 barrels at $2 75, all delivered." This agrees with telegrams received yester day, which we mentioned, that meal in the St. Louis market was $2 65; to-day, it is stated that dispatches are iu rejiort ing $2 45; we doubt the correctness of s.uch dispatch, at least for city brands, but undoubtedly that market is very weak. The Isew Orleans report of Thuiwday is a great contrast to theabove; it says. "Corn meal is in light supply and good demand; 100 bbls. sold ou the f-jiot, and 100 to arrive, at S3 00; 100 on the pot at 1, and 150 at t 25 per bbl." In our market tltesediirerencesprodueed irregularity, this morning, sales being made at from $2 So to $3 on the landing. It is said that jKirchases were mado for .shipping to New Orleans from this city. Butter is dull, and the best choicciu the market can had at 20$22c for lots, ic for small orders. Eggs, for the first time for a couple or three weeks, devel oikhI some strength, quoting from 10 to 12Jc; at the latter rateone dealer sold 11 boxes. Bacon becomes dally firmer, and prices gradually but continually ad vance. We have to stiffen our quota tion again this morning, while askings are frequently Jtc above our figures, which are thoe of actual sales. The St. luis Democrat of Friday reports: "Provisions in demand and firmer. Mess pork firm. Nothing doing in dry salt meats, Bacon ojiened firm and high, Lut closed weaker. Lard unchanged." The Cincinnati Enquirer, Thursday, Hays: "We have still to report a very strong market for bulk meats and bacon, with a good demand, mainly consump U ve.awl in dome eases a further advance was realized. Holders generally at the close were indifferent about selling at the improved rated. Mess, pork met with more atteutiou, but the'market for lard remains dull, and quotations are merely nemiual. For bacon there was a firmer market, with a good consump tive demand, and full prices were real ized, dosing with a strong upward ten dency. Shoulders vere in demand at hie, and not many out of smoke. Clear riu sides are iu demand at 10Jc, but Jc peneraiiv asked. Clear sides are held at lOJ-e. Sugar-cured hams are quoted at Kflwlbjc, cauvasseu anu packed." The Chicago Tribune has the following remarks respecting lard: "Jard was dull and heavy at a decline of lc 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 C hicago jyUftme of Friday: "The first "corner" of the year is now in opera tion, and promises to have a successful ending for thoe 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 aud have since engi neered the "corner," went into the mar ket, and bought up by themselves aud 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 halt a cent ner bushel above the market price for the option, and having thus se cured control of the property, teok it out of the power of the sellers to fill their contracts except by buying ironi me very parties to whom they were themselves liable. The "eomerers" were successful in hiding their designs, by sometimes belling small quantities of grain iu order to prevent prlcea going up. In this way options were ktpt dowu to a relatively mmlerate urice until within a few days. Then it became known that the market was largely oversold, with but little wheat in store, and not much coming in daily. The "short" interest tooK alarm aud prices rose, tinder the iuereasec competition of buyers, and from the fact that but little grain was offered for sale. Some wise heads on 'Change believe that the same parties who cornered the July options have laid wires for a corner on August options, next month, in a man ner varying considerably from the noli cy which marked their conduct of the present one. It is thought probable that they will attempt to rush up the price so hiirh that the August "shorts" will grow scared at the idea of a repetition of the July deal, and will fill iu at an enorm ous loss duriug the first ten days of the month, and enable the "cornerers" to sell "short" at the same time to an extent that will iiermit them to make a large amount of money ou the other side, bv "bearing" the market ou the immense receipts that are expected du ring the last half of August." Quotations are for round lots, unices otherwise expressed; and for feed and produce, levee rates, br small pur- CJtasee ana oracrs, rates are propor tionatd higher. ai'Plbs .for green irom wagons shippers pay SI 506ft2 50. JJacon Clear sides, llwilic: clear rib iuic; suouiuers, ic; sugar-cured hams, canvassed, lsioc; extra brands, 16(&17c; breakfast, canvassed, 11(3)110. country nacon ic oeiow the aiove quo tations. Butter Choice, 21(S)23c; good ta ble, 1820c; fair and common, 1216c. Baling Stuffs Bagning, 2 and 2 lbs, la's 16c; iron ties, 09Jc; baling twine, 14loc Builders' Materials Louisville cement, per bbl, $2 507S-2 75: plaster. Michigan, $4; New York, $4 25; Itoson dale, S3 26(3 50; hair, $2 25 per 40 lb bale; lire-brick, $3(a,7 per 100; lime, by the car-load, SI 501 60. Bran Nothing doing; last sales at $15. Corn Nothing doing; last sales at 55c for yellow, aud 59c for white. Cornmeal Irregular; sales of 100 bbls, at $2 5; 00 and 105 at$2 95; 200 at S3. Coffee We quote dull at 22(5)2oc for Bio, according to quality. Candles Light and full weights per id, lzxgivc Cheese Western aud factory, 15 10c. Eogs Higher; 1012ic. Flour Low grades, $4 50; extra, $5 50(S;G; double extra, $0 507; fam ily, $7 50S 50; fancy, $0 259 75. Groceries Soda, Sc for keg, aud 9c for box. Starch, 55Jc per lb. German soap, 07le. Rice, Si0c, as in qual ity. Hard Tefined sugars, 12jc; open kettle, SgtlOlc; yellow clarified, 10$ 11c; white do, lllljc; standard A, llic. Hay Fair to good quoted at $1S21; choice, ?242G. Hominy $44 25 per bbl, nominal. Lard In tierces, 9j9Jc; kegs, 10 lOJc; pails, 1010Jc for refined. Lemons and Oranoes Oranges, nene. Lemons, repacked, $16. Mess Pork Quotes $17 25(3117 50. Molasses Prime to choice planta tion, 5570c; common to prime sugar house syrup, 4055c; fancy, 70(S,7oc. Nails $4 S55 rates. Oats Nothing; last sales at 42c Onions Scarce at $44 50 per bbl for good. Potatoes Paying to country wagons for new, 1 7o per bbl measure. peanuts At 3j(i,4c per lo. all hens, $33 50. Spring cliickeus, $2 003 50. Salt Wholesale rates are, five-bushel obis, 10 Dy the car-load. MONETARY A'D FIXAXCIAL. NEW YORK. New York, August 2. Money The market is very easy at 1 to 61 per cent, for call loans. Sterling Exchange -W 'as dull on a basis of 30SZ for prime banker's sixty days, and 1091?;109 for sight. Uota was quiet and steady, wuu an the business at 115 and 113. Rates for carrying 1J aud 3 per cent, to flat, fcpe cie shipments for the week silver bars, $673,412; American gold, $125,000; for eign gold, $9000; American silver,$3000; total. $710,442. Total since January 1st, $86,773,140, against $54,bG0,09S same time last year. Clearances, $G7,633,000. The assistant-treasurer disbursed $314, 000 ou account of interest and redemp tions of 5-20 bonds, and for the weeK $1,257,297. Customs receipts to-day, $410,000. The bank statement shows a net loss of SS1C,9U5, but the hanKs still hold $13,603,475 above the 25 per cent, required by law. The decrease in the reserve this week is the result of the iiv creased, demand for gold for customs, which has transferred gold from the banks to the sub-treasury. Government isonas uovernmeuis were quiet and steady; at the close we quote United .States coupons 'SI, 119$; o-S)-s oi 'uz, ikj; -w, 11SJ; '65,1185; '65, new, 1171; '67, HSj; '68. 1181: uew5's, 1141; 10-40's, 1155; currency 6s, 114. Southern Male isecuritics state oonas are dull. We quote Missouri, imj; Tennessee, old, 81; Tennessee, new, 81 ; Virginia, new, 50; Virginia, old, 43j; North Carolina, old. 27; North Caroli na, new. 151; South Carolina, old,; South Carolina, new, . Slocks and Bonds The stock market exhibited great strength, and a higher range of prices was established in most of the leading shares iu which active business was done. The advance raugeu from to 1 per cent., and at the close the market was firm at a slight reaction from the highest point of the day. vine largest transactions were in Western Union, which rose from 92J to 93J, aud receded to 92J at the close. Lake Shore advanced from 94J to 95, and New York Central from 105J to 105J, the ad vance in both cases having been almost fully maintained. Pacific Mail ranged between 36J and 3S; the president of the company borrowed $124,124, theamount of the city's claim for taxes, and satis fied the attachment against the com pany aud its property. Northwestern common sold at 08209; Rock Island advanced from 110i to HOj; St, Paul common advanced from 52 to 53; Wabash, from 72 to 721, Chicago, Cin cinnati aud Indianapolis Central, from 31 J to 32, and Union Pacific from 2SJ to '). There was an active buying move ment in Delaware, Lackawanna and Western, which rose from 101 to 102. The remainder of the list were without any important feature. We quote: Canton, 99; West ern Union Telegraph Company, 92: Quicksilver, 38; Adams Express Uompauy, shj; wenscc uargo'siixpress Company, 73; American Merchant's Union Express Company, 08; United Stated Express Company, 67; Pacific Mail, 38; JSew xorK Central, JU5j; Erie. 951: Erie, preferred, 73; Harlem, I33i; Harlem, preferred, 135; Michigan Central, 95; Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago,S9; Northwestern, 69; North western, preferred, b3t; itocK island, U0i: New Jersey Central, 103; St, Paul, 53; St. Paul, preferred, 73; Wabash, 72; wauaan, preierred, bi); Fort Wayne, 93; Terre Haute.20; Terre Haute, preferred,4u; Chicago anu Alton, 108; Chicago and Alton, preferred, 111; Ohio and Mississippi, 40; Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati, 69; Burling- ton aud tiuincy, 101; iAKebtiore, ; Indiana Central, ; Illinois Central, ; Union Pacific stock, 28; Central Pacific bonds, 100 ; Union Pacific bonds, S2; Delaware and Lackawana,.101; Hartford and Erie, 2J. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, August 2,11 :30 a. m. Sight exchange, prem.; sterling ex change, 120. LONDON. London, August 2, 2:30 p.m. Con sols for money, 92; account, 921 92J. United States couiwns, S-SOsof '65, 94: '67, 94j 1U-4U3, aij; new 5s, 90; Erie, 47. COTTON MARK El's OF THE MOULD. NEW YORK. Nf.w York, August 2, 10:30 a.m. nnttnn is ouiet: no primp to sen: onlinarv. 141c: trood ordinary. 17lc; low middluig.iaic; miuunug,Lvjc; Aiauauia, 201c; Orleans; 20Jc; Texas, 20Jc. August, 19 7-ioc; isepieniDerj lojio -iou, w tober, 181-lOc. i":20 n.m. Cotton is dull: quotations unchanged; middling, 20c; sales for export, 230 bales; to spinners, 7t Dales. ' n.m. Cottou. demand moderate: sales, 500 bales; middling, 1818ic; re ceipts, 177 bales. Cotton report for one day at all United States ports: Receipts, 17C0 bales; exports to Great Britalu, 4564 bales; stock, 105,816 bales. LIVERPOOL. ton firm; sales, 12,000 bales; for export aud speculation, 3000 bales; middling uplands, Sid; Orleans, 9 J d. 3,30 p. in. Cotton firm; middling uplands, 8Jd; Orleans, OJtl; sales, S000 bales, American. GALVESTON. Galveston, August2. Cotton steady good ordinary, 15c; net receipts, 7 bales; sales, 100 bales; stock, 10,451 bales. SAVANNAH. Savannah, August 2. Cotton dull and market bare of offerings; mid dlings, lSjc; net receipts, 63 hales sales, 1 bale; stock, 1717 bales. CHARLESTON. Charleston, August 2. Cotton dull anu nominal; middlings, lute; nine doing; net receipts, S98 bales; sales, 50; bales; stock, 4421 bales. MOBILE. Mobile, August 2. Cotton quiet and demand moderate; midling, lSJc; net receipts, &u bales; exports coastwise. 252 bales; sales, 300 hales; stock, 10,905 Dales. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, August 2, 11 :30 a. m. Cottou, demand moderate, but no sales; middling, bj()lsic. NASHVILLE. Nashville, August .cotton is dull aud has declined, at 15J016c. LOUISVILLE. Louisville, August 2. Cotton is dull and nominal; low middling, lic; sup ply light. ST. LOUIS. St. Louis, August 2. Cotton is dull and unchanged; low middling, ijc. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati. August 2. Cotton is quiet at 19c DRY GOODS JURKET. New York. Aucust 2. Business was les3 active with agents, and the jobbing trade merely nominal, cotton goous are firm, and standard sheetiufis, fine and medium bleached cottons aud cotton flannels are closely sold up. Prints are in brisk package demand. Pacific and Manchester delaines have been intio duced at 20c, and Pacific reps at 25c. Worsted dress fabrics are in rair demauu. Black beavers, fancy cassimeres aud 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 95S5 25. Whisky is quiet and firm at 9,c. urain Wheat is in moderate demand; No. 3 spring, $1 271 32; Iowa soring, fcl 3ixAi So. Rye is more active aud firmer; western, S082c Barley. and malt dull and nominal. Corn is in buyers' favor, with a moderate demand; mixed western, steamer, 50c; high mixed and yellow, 56fe5Sc. Oats are more act ive; new mixed western, 4142c. Pro visions Pork is firm; new mess, $17 40. .Beef is dull; mess, 'JfaHlMc; hams are quiet at 2531c. Cut meats are quiet; lnii? rtt i f liamo 1 loa am efin1 ! long clear, SJ(8ic; short clear, 9c. Lard is quiet; western .steam is held at SJ a 9-ioc. nutter is nrm; western, io(s-oc. Cheese a shade easier, I3l3c. CHICAGO. Chicago, August 2. Flour is quiet; choice s pring extra, $6; good to fancy Minnesota, $6 257 75. Wheat scarce; No. 2 spring, $1 17 for car lots; round lots, $1 20. Corn is in fair demand and advanced; No. 2 mixed, 37c. Oats are firm; No. 2, 36Jc. Rye is firm: No. 2, 575Sc. Pork is firm and held at $16. Lard is quiet and held at $7 75. Bulk meats are steady; sales of loose shoul ders at 7Jc; short rib middles, 9c; long clear, 9c Bacon quiet; shoulders, bjc; clear rib, 9c; clear sides, 10c packed. Whisky is in fair demand and lower at 93c. ST. LOUIS. St. Louis, August 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 $ 125; new red winter, $1 40; prime, $1 30. Corn is dull; No. 2 mixed, 373Sc, clos ing at the inside rate. Oats are slow aud little doing; No. 2, SSc. Rye is firm No. 2, 6S70c. Whisky is firm at 92c. Pork is steady at $10 25. Dry salt meats are firm; loose shoulders, up-country, 71c; clear rib sides, 9c. Bacon is firm aud more doing in jobbing and order lots: shoulders, SJ9c; clear rib, 10J 105c: clear, lOlffilOlc. Lard is quiet: retinedj S(SJc; summer steam held at 7jc; winter steam, 7c. Hogs are quiet at $44 40. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, August 2. Flour is dull f treble extra, $6 507 50; family, $S9 75. Corn is quiet; yellow mixed. 65c; white mixed, 63c. Oats are dull at4042c. BranisdullatS0S5c. Hay is dull: prime, $22; choice, $7. Pork is dull at $16 75. Dry salt meats scarce; shoulders, 9Jc. Bacon is scarce; shoul ders, 9jc; clear lib, HJc; clear, llc; hams, 1516c. Lard is (lull; choice is scarce; tierce, Si9c; keg, 10101c. Sugar no movement; good common, Sjc; fair to good fair, SJc; fully fair, 9 9jc; prime, 10c. Molasses no move ment; plantation reboiled, 50c. Whisky is in light supply; Louisiana, 95c; Cin cinnati, $1; EvansviUe, 95c Coffee is firmer at 1820c. LOUISVILLE. Louisville, August 2. Bagging is in good demand for order lots,with sales of hemp aud flax at 1415c Flour is iu fair demand; extra family, $5. Wheat is steady and in good demand at $1 25 1 30. Corn Is steady at 5S62c sacked in store. Oats arc firm at 4446c sacked iu store. Rye old nominal; new crop offering at C5c. Mess pork is steady and held at $16(2)16 ou. iiacon is firmer and in good demand; shoulders, 919e; clear rib sides, 10c; clear, 11c, packed; bams, sugar-cured, 14 15c. Bulk meats shoulders, 8c; clear rib sides, 9Jc; clear, 9Jc, all loose Jo higher packed. Lard is firm; prime leaf, tierces, 99c. Whisky is Bteady at 92U3c. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati. August 2. Flour Is dull; new, $6 256 50. Wheat i3 dull; new, fcl 2o(an SO. Corn is quiet at 44fn) 45c. Rye is quiet at 70,72c. Oats are steady at 3343c. Mess pork is in de mand at $16, held at $16 oO. JLard is dull aud nominal; steam is held at 8c. Bulk meats are firm: shoulders, 7ISc bid, sales at 91c; clear sides held at 9iC' 9 jc. Iiacon is firm and In good demand; shoulders, Sc; clear rib sides, 10c; clear held at 1010c. Whisky is firm at 92c. The TeMimony or Travelers. 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PLANTATION BITTERS TS rUH ELY A VEGETABLE PEEPAIUTIOJT, composed simply of well-known ROOTS, HERBS, and FRUITS, combined with ether picperUt'. vhlch la tbelr ntare are Cithartic, Aiwrient, Nutritions, Diuretic. AltcratiTeendAntl-B-lious. Tbe wtile is prescrrcd la a sufficient quantity of spirit from tins SlUAIl C.VM2 to keep tnein is any clinnte. whijh makes tlie one of lie most desirable Tonics im! Cnlhar tic iu tbe world. The j" are iatenclod fitrictlyaa a m Lome, olJ y to be used as a medicine, and altra js according to directions. They are the sheet-anchor or the feobl.i and de bilitated. They act upon a diseased liver, and stimulate to euch a degree, that a healthy action la at once brought about. As a remedy to which A omen arwespeiaUy8ubjeiti3 8Tirpersedicg every other (stimulant. Asa Spring ami Sum mt r Tonic, they hare no eqnaL They are a mild and gentle rurpativeas well as Tonic They Punlx the Blood. They are a BplentHd Avroetizer. They inaie the weak strong. They parity and in vigorate. They cure Djuepsia. Constipation, and Htttdacbe They act &a a epeciflc in all EDecies of disorders which undermine the bodily strength and breot down the animal eplnU. Pepotj 53 Park Place; ffew York HOTELS. ANTHONY LINDLEY & 1YHXPPS, PROPRIETORS, LITTLE ROCK, ARK. e" This Hotel is newly furnished throughout. The table will bo found Inferior to none In the Eastern cities. Persons visiting Little Keck can have their baggage checked to the AS TUOKV, on application to the baggage mas ter on train. r We employ no runners. GRAND HOTEL, Broadway, opposite Con firess Park. Haratoira. This new and mag nificent Hotel, accommodating 1000 persons, opened June 1, 1S73. The proprietors have adopted the following schedule of prices: For June, September and October, transient guests, $1 50 per day; weekly guests, 1 pel day: monthly guests, $ 51 per day. For July and August, transient guests, So per day; weekly guests, S4 00 per day; monthly guests, $ I per day. Qilmore's famous Dot-ton Jubilee Band is engaged for the season. Families wishiner to engage apartments in mis modern noiei posseslLjj advantages of clothes-prer-ses, water and electric bells In every suit of apart ments will apply to or iuiiroaa w, v. lk- 1 1 1 l 4t i ' .. omnn lioiei. faraiosa. jeio LYON'S K ATH AIR, ON. LYON'S ATHAIRON Only 50 Cents per Bottle. It promotes the GROWTH, PRESER VES the COLOR, and Increases the 4 Vigor and BEAUTYof the HAIR. Otte Tnntrr Yeaes aoo Ltos's KAntAntos ron THK Hair wis first placed In the market by Professor E. Tbomu Lyon, a graduate of Princeton College. The name is derived from the Greek Kaihko," vigttifying to cttanse, purtff. rturtnatt, or restore. The favor it has received, and tha popularity it has obtained, is unprecedented and Incredible. It in creases the Obowth aud lJKACTTOf the Had. Itis s delightful dresaing. It eradicatra dacdruC It prevents the Hair from turning gray. It keeps the head cool, and gives the hair a rich, soft, glossy ap pearance. ItlstheaixEiuQCAKTTrrandQCAUTT as it was over a (Juaktkb of a Centubt Ago, and is sold by all Iiruirgiata and Country Stores at only 50 Cents per Bottle. W 8manfs Slorj is Bsr Bair.l LYON'S BANES. Sterling Exchange. Union and Planters bank of Ji em phis, 1 June IS, 1873. w Having effected proper arrangements, this Bank will hereafter draw on I-ondon or Liverpool In snms to salt purchasers. Jel8 8. P. HEAD, Cashier. TKEABURY DEPARTMENT. 1 OrricE or Comitkollik or theCckeency Y Washington, March 31, is;a. j seated to the undersigned, It has been made to appear that Tbo Fourth National Bank of Memphis, in the cltv of Memnhls. In the cottntv of Bbelbr, and State or Tennessee, has oeen duly organized under and according to the require- znents oi me act oi iouxress eutiiieu -au ae. in nrnvlde n. National fhirrencv secured bv a Pledge of United States Bonds, and to provide for the circulation and redemption thereof," approved June 3, lbSl, and has complied with all the provisions or said act required to be compiled with before commencing the busi ness oi DanKingnnuersaiaacL, Now, therefore, 1, John Jay Knox, Comp troller of the Currency, do hereby certify that The Foukth National Bank of Memphis, In the city or Memphis, In tlie county of Shelby, and State of Tennessee, Is authorized w commence ixie uusiiiessui uau&iug uuu the act aforesaid, in t.tlmonv whereof witness my hand and seal of office, this 31st day of March, 1S73. ISlgneul Jflu anuA, ht4 flomptr j Cnrrenrv. DOCTORS MITCHELL, MAURY & WILLIAMS OFl'ICE-275 MAIN STKEET. UESIIEACS: Dlt. It. W. MITCHELL lit) Adams street DR. R. B. MAURY. 273 Beale street DR. J, Jt). WILLI AU3.....'-71 Poplar stieet mm J LACTATION If If PUBLICATIONS. TO THE mn men OF MEMPHIS. srrmpbfN, Tenii., Angus! 1, 1S73, O ENTf.EHEN : The WESTERN METHODIST lias a larger and wider clreuUtloii now than at any former period of its history. The fitlil it occupies Is r'tnclilly within convenient trading dlstanoe of Mcmilil. It is suli crited lor aim read by a gnodly number or the best citizen""! HU-cHi-iiry. Within a fraction of SfcV-M t Hot sa.-i copiei are pilr.tetl aud rlrctt atl eve,y nek. The japer Is large, labor d iiihIitIhI are lilgli; liencc it cits liiv-ii to i ny xieiiH.-N. '1 he subscription price Is tcosmal t Jus liy its pnbllcatiou wllliout a ilbeiai durti'ing patrona:o. We are particular as io the cirarsi tri rf all that sarears in our c.Iumn. v admit nothing Incnnsistent, according to our jutg- meni. We have been liberal y patrcuizel by you lierelofore, and in this wu make our scfcno I- eilgmen In, believi ng w hat j o u fc a ve sien t vt I th us lias been mutually btueQciai. 7he prospects throghut the tenllory con- tlguoux, are not as promising pcrhap as at former period., yet w look ior a br sk fall aud wlntur busineM. Wo most renpectfully solljlt your help In the advertising department. We will call in !erson upon as many as we can. Those we fall to see will find ns at our office, No.ZTU1., Main street, up stairs, over Boyle Chap man's book store, where we will bo pleased to see them, and will make mH favorable terms. Respectfully, au2 It. V. EMW .V- CO. look Agents Wanted forthe USIEVEI,OPED WEST, or rive Years la the Territories. By J. H. BEADLE. Western Correspondent of Cincin nati Commercial. The onl v comnlete hislorv of that vast region between the Mississippi anu tue t'acinc: lis itesourcef, i umaie, in habitants. Natural Curiosities. Etc- with life and adventure on Prairies, Mountains, and the Pacific Coast. Thebcokislilustrated with over 250 fine engravings. Send for circulars, with terms. Address NATIONAL PUBLISH ING CO., Memphis, Tenn. Je27 djw fBSl'TIit TOUT tl't Will bo I l 'MI !PKLU The WHITS CEIBF.BS t nt the record r n utuai experience dulcj a Tolan tiry rckaJ. nee of VI vears, by &a lotellicraE. nJtu.aUit Otloa. tmoag tb Vlld Icdlani cf Ut Pious. A&3NTS V7ANTSD.?T S u-1 ior i a an, wlto X timyie iltas.. full pnto i in. eo&tou ertrat? j. ini m i.ricr afonaat of hi? trul Lt, rui Tragic Kad. C. F. VENT. PoK. CiucimuIS VAiCUAISXiS BOOKS OF BOUND.rvlUSIC. Gems or.Sacrctl Song. GeuMof Gerutan Son;-. Gems or Scoflista Song-. Wreath of Gems. Shower of Pearls, Operatic Pearls, Best Vocal Duets. Best Opera Songs. Price of each book Bds. SZ 0; CI. S3; Full The above volumes are nuite unsnrnnssable. as eacli one is filled ana crowded with the very best Voeai Music of its kind. Books are larce. and wonderfully cliean. Pawes full sheet-music size. (2U0 to Z0 iages.) Remzmukr ouu New OltOAN AT HOME- ISO Home is not complete without it. Look at THE STANDARD, for Choirs, Etc 1 50 v.iii.i.ii.r ui. vuiijt, lorcscnoois, RIVER OK LIFE, for Sunday-schools 3a Tlie above books for sale bv all dealers. Sent, post-paid, on receiptor price. utit i.i. uiiui jccu riosion. CUAS. H. D1TSON i CO., au2 711 Broadway, New York. TO TSS MERCHANTS OF MEMPHIS T X. HE undersigned respectfully call your at tention to the advantages, as an ad verlHiug medium, ol the INDEPENDENT SOUTH, A newspaper published at liolly Spring, nUsissiiipi. The SOUTH Is the official jour nal of Marshall county; circulates In every precinct and neighborhood of the county; circulates largely in the counties of Benton, Union, Tippah, Lafayette, Yalobusha, and DeSoto, and has a general circulation equal to that of any paper ever published In North Mississippi. Memphis is the natural market for the merchants, business men and farmers of this section of the State. Kespectlully so liciting your favors, we are, yours truly, ursiuw & watson, jy29 Editors and Publishers. 23JB.. HEADLE'3 i r T..w.M... I Family should have it. It cives the Causes, Nature and Cure of CHOLERA, Yellow Fever and Cere-bro-Menlngitia Spinalis or SpottedFever. It con tains New Medical Discoveries of vital importance to the Entire Human Family. Sold by all book dealers. AddxeM the publisher,, Jno. W. Johnson& Co., St. Louis. Mo. Box 2729. Sent post-paid on receiptor ji,oo. AGENTS WANTED. Established YEARS. J0NE3 COSfHKECIAL AND TELEOEAPH COLLEGE. 8th and Olive Sts., SU Louis. Clmlari I Gnaan ul Eoausa. aad SMcimeo. of Prolan . hip). nuUel rasE. WrIU ftr one. .NO VACATION. JOXATUAX JOSSS, rna't. J. yr. JunxSO.V, Uu'( Prla. H.BiV.D n. 23X3 1 THE ROMANTIC and THRILLING TALE FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH, From the German of Hoffman, by Laura. Cuiitis Bulivbo, in that llrighest "THE GOLDEN AGE," This story will run through seven successive weekly numbers, beginning with May 17th. There will be no abatement In the Interest of the other departments of tbo paper, and all the characteristics which have given The Uoldk;; Age prominence, and rendered it a welcome visitor in so many households, will be steadily maintained. Ask your News Agent to get It for you. Seven Cents per Single Copy. Or send Fifty Cents to the office of The Golden Age, and have theSeveh Numbers mailed lree to your address; or Three Dollars, and get the Golden Ae with all its stories, its terse and sparkling paragraphs, its able and trenchant editorials and other original contributions for a whole year. " The Golden Ase Is now one of the ablest and most Interesting papers of the day ."N. Y. Daily Times. Address, THE GOLDEN AGE, i Park Row,orF v' "a"-" "To Have n Cricket On the Hearth, is the luckiest thing In the world." Chas. Dickeni. The large illus trated family paper "The Cricket on thk HKAKTit "only ?1 a year. A S3 Chromo i; ree. Great success. 100.000 sold. IS pages, crowded with freshest stories, etc. Will pay one Gene ral Agent In each county a monthly cash salary. Scud SI lor Agent's Outfit (chromos, samples, terms,etc.) Apply now for territory. We send this paper 3 months for SSc. Object, to introduce. Try it. JONES HADLEY, Publishers, Je28 17tf Broadway, N. Y. PTinnmJO JF-sT BOOH sent free. Address OiUItl 0 EAGLE Book Co., myiu Murray street. New York. SHORT HAND SLSSt ravlu 9 Murrav street. New v- ICE PITCHES. THE CRYPTOCHYLON (CONCEALED WOOD) ICE PITCHER PUKE SILVER-LINED, Is a Pitcher of Wood, clothed or covered with metal, which hermetically seals the wood. It a solid walled pitcher, of uusurpasced PURITY, and In point of STRENGTH and DURABILITY, far excels all others. For tale by W. C. BTRD. M MM i 137S T. A. NELSON, A.P.CURRY, H. M. FERGUSON, J.LI.DAINUUUY, B. LOWENSTKIN, N. M.JONES. President: ULU.ilUUK, A. WOODRUFF, Treasurerr The Board of Directors take In the jlagniflceiit Building erected Extensive additions have been made to of the Flowers and Plants of every clime, and ARTS, 1ANUFA6TUEBS OCTOBER 1 TO AintiiKeiucuui nuteurruiuduu lurcjintiruaibui nu urucira lu ue tfxmmieu, auu ueunceu uutcs or rare on nil liaiironu and sieamnoat Lion to visitors to me iirposiuon. r oriurtner particulars, auaress jyZ7 ED. BCKKE PICKETT, Secretary Memphis Industrial Exposition, tfempblv, Tenn. CHANCSRY SAXES. Chancery Sale of Eeal Estate. No. 763, R. First Chancery Court of Shelby ixmniy. w . jj. ureeniaw, cxecuxor anu &ur vivina 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 sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, In front of the Clerk and Master's office, Greenlaw Operahouse build ing, Second street, Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, August 16, 1S73, within legal hours, the following described property, situated In Shelbv countv. Tennes see, to-wit: A certain lot or parcel or land lying and being in the citv orMeranhls. aniLbeinz nan of lot No. 3, iu 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 side ol uenie street u ieetio a stase, mat Deing tne corner of a lot sold to Duval, Algeo A Co.: thence southwardly and parallel with Shelbv street and with said Duval, Algeo & Co.'s line idu xeei, more or less, 10 an auey; mence wesi wanily witn the north side of said alley VJ feet to a stake : thence north wardlv and naral- lel with Shelby street 123 feet, more or less, to Terms of !-ale-On a credit of seven (7) SllTiWi, with interest from April 19,1873, and tne taxes une, y a c, maKingin an sihh as, ror which notes with approved security will be required, bearing interest; the balance on a credit, for which nine i9i notes will be re quited, with approved security, payable, re spectively, on the 1st of December In each year until the last note is paid in l&l; lien re- uuueu 10 lurmer secure same, anu equity oi redemption baned. mis juiy, vsrj. EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. W. Messick, solicitor. jyJU Chancery Sale of Heal Estate ON Saturday, August 23, 1ST3. No. 3108. In the Second Chancery Court of Biieioy county, Tennessee. Andrew Ren kcrt 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 the highest bidder, in trout of tlie office of the Second Chancery Court of Shelby County, Greenlaw Opera house, Second street, between Union and GayoM streets, In the city of Memphis, Ten nessee, on Saturday, August 25, 1S73, within legal hours, the following described real estate, to-wit: Situate, lying and belnz In the countv of Shelbv. and State of Tennessee, known as loLs 7 and 8, In block L, in Williams' addition to r on rioKenng. Also, the foUowine described premises ad jacent to the above and In Fort Pickering, sueioy county, lennessec, to-wit: Beginning at the sontheast corner of Fifth and Gaines streets, in Fort Pickering; thence west with inesouinuneoi uaines street eight hundred and eighty iSW) feet: thence touth two hun dred and teventy-seven and one-half (277j) feet to Division street; thence east eight hun dred and eighty (8fU) feet to Fifth street; tnence ourm two uunureu anu seventy-seven and one-half (277';;) feet to Gaines street, less a portion thereof heretofore sold to M. A. Polk under decre in this cause. Terms of bale On a credit of six months: fmrehaser executing note with good security; ien retained. Equity of redemption barred. M.b.L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. J. E. Bigeiow, solicitor. Jy23 SEC0XU CllAXCEKY COURT SALE VALUABLE REAL ESTATE SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1873. No. 355. William Morrow, Treasurer, etcvs. r. r. r raim. BY virtue of a decree of sale made by the Second Chancery Court in the above cause. 1 will sell to the highest bidder, at public auc tion, at the outside door of the Second Chan eery Courtroom, on Second stieet, city o ieinpms, on Saturday, August 23, 1S73 within legal hours, the following described real estate, to-wit: Lying and being In Shelbv countv. 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 by K. n.KucKer's map, anu in tne mil civil dis trict, and begins at the Charleston railroad bridge, and runs thence in a southeasterly di rection with tho west side of Marshall avenue GUI feet to a stake at the northeast corner of a lot formerly owned by Joseph Sidell (and may be so owned now) ; thence westerly with the north side of the Sidell lot to the east line of the east line of the said Railroad Company's ground?; thence northerly with the east side of said railroad grounds to the beginning, it being the same realty upon which the resi dence of the defendant Fraim Is now situated Also, part or c untry lot 493 in said city, and in tlie 5th civil uistrictof 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 Uavoso. except GO feet fi on ting on said street and run ning back with the east side of said bayou 14S4 feet, and which formerly belonged to Thomas Jones. And, also, the east l'-i feet of lot 554 of country lot 478, and fronting on the north side of Jeiferson street and running back with the west line of said bayou, and the east line of lot 210, belonging to John Overton, 118 feet to a stake. Also, 1C0 acres of land on what Is known as Fi aim's 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 ou J. H. Humphreys' map of Shelby county as tlie property of defendant. Tkhms ok Sm.e On a creditor six months, purchasers executing note liearing interest from date, with good and sufficient security; lien retalued. Equity of redemption barred. This July 18,1873. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. AW W. McDowell, sol, for complainant. JylS 3Ieniphls Dry Docks for Sale. Under decree of tho Second Chancery Court of Shelby County, State of Tennessee. No. 189, R. D. State of Tennessee, ex. relation of Priinus Emerson et al. vs. Memphis Dry Docks Company anil others. BY virtue of an order of sale made In the above entltleu cause, by the Second Chan cery Court of Shelby County, Tennessee, I will sell to the highest bidder, near the month ol Wolf river, at the city of Memphis, Tenn., on Saturday, August 9, 1873. the following 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 $800 cash ; balance at 12, 13 and 24 months; notes bearing Interest at 6 per oent. from date, witn good securities, required : Hen also retained to secure the payment thereof. July 3, 1873. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master Second Chancery Court. Humes A Poston, sols, for complainants. Warriner A Lee, sols, for defendants. Neat, Simple, Useful and Cheapl and NO KNOTS TO TIE OR UNTIE, riUIK ANCHOR LINE HQLD- JL. is a neat, aurauie, uni versal tension device, to stretch and hold rope, wire and cords,' for all purposesjn yards, houses, stores, around balconies, awn ings, etc. Admits of spliced or Knotted lines: releases easily, kiftnCATi with a slight Jerk, but holdsow'iiiS that no underuroDDlne or wlndplar will und the fastening. A set of three, with screws sunt, prepaid, to any address, by mall, for 40 cents. Reisinqeb M.vn'f'q Co., 418 West Market street, Harrisburg, l'enu. Agents W&ottid. The trade supplied 0 HXSM3RSXXa. 1873 BOARD OUT" DUIECTOHS : JAMES ROOSA, P. J.MALLON, W. K. BRUCE. M. BIIRK:. Flrt Vice-President: ED. BURKE PICKETT, Secretary; pleasure In announcing that the Second Giandlndujtrial tiposit on of INVENTIONS AND PRODUCTS. WILL HE HELD FROM OCTOBER for the purpose, on Jefferson, Fourth and Court Stret t?, iu the City of Memphis. the Fxnosltion Bnildlnz. which include a FLORAL HALL tint will permit a zrand dlsnlav a lane POWER HA LL esric jlailv erected Jor COTTOU" GIN. PKATT'S SOUTHERN-HADE GIN. riUIIS celebrated Gin, of light draft, makes a JL good sample, picks more lint from the same amount of seed cotton, and in less time, than any other gin. It dees not break the roll nor choke, is simple in its construction, and not liable to get out of order. It is a tood rule to try all things, and hold fast to what has been approved, and answers the purpose for which it is made. This is claimed for PRATT'S GIN, and Is admitted by practical planters who have tried it. Orders for Gins, from IU to to saws. Gum Bands at New York factory prices, and com plete sets of Segments, Bands, Etc., promptly tilled. Gins repaired by a skillful ginwright. Address, (!. W. TRUEIIEART, Agent for Daniel Pratt Gin Company, No. IO Court N Weiimlii Tenn "YEAST POWDERS. Is rsi'telj' npoMwIInj ftU otber prepraioc for producing ZleyvntiSatttua KTkU.- m EQLLS, LISCVITS. BREAD, tuctvieat and cier CV if: Coirt rerfrctiy ir tail TUUdlAe, and always rffcty for jmmccliaf tue. Tho CHEAP, EST Zattnj Powder in t!i WOULD od It WILL KBSP 0.7 USD OS 1, ia an j ctunatt, far jwtl It i wU aJaptcl to tba km of Ifo ierpc r, Jflnert JTariaert, Xmigmnt &t . and 1 la fct, la tvzrj rttpct, the EBST TSAST PQWDEH "for fA rtcAA, Ike Camp, tkt Gallff. BOLD BT CUOCEKS A DEALERS ETEETTTHEHE. :ilaau&ciaral b j IXX) LEV &. BEOTITER, 69 NEW STREET. NEW-YORK MEDICAL. MEDICATED BLACKBEIIEY BRAXDT. aiHE only sure cure for Cholera, Cholera . Morbus, Dysentery, Fiux, Etc. It excels any other known remedy for these diseases. For sale by ROSEN KACH & CO., 300 Front street, Sole Agents for Arkansas; West Tennessee, and Mississippi, to whom allorttersmnst be addressed. mjiii Itnrder in tlie First Degree is generally brought to light, but thousands of quiet mur ders, of which the world never hears, are com mitted by the adminlbtratlon of wrong medi cines. The dyspeptic, the bilious, the fever ridden, the rheumatic, are too often poisoned with deadly drugs, when the persistent me of Tarrant's Efferrescciit Seltzer Aperient, with proper precautions as to diet and regl- and thorough enre. In kidney diseases, bowel I complaints, fevers, nervous paroxysms, and all other atlments that reduce the strength and vital power of the system, sustain, re- iresn, parity, cieuusu tuiu reuiuie 11. ii.xi this invaluable saline remedy. Sold by ail druggists. Jj2) 1G FIRST PRIZES. Oriental Oil Whiskers DYE, Is theslmDlest.bestand easiest applied in the world. Work Is ' done in a few seconds ; in less ' than twenty minutes no Gray Whiskers is to be seen. One ap ! plication for UghtBrowB : two for lilack. Wsshinz- the whte ters is not reqnirea herore or arter using toe uu ; makes the whiskers soft and lustrous ; free from sugar of lead, or other poisonous and healUi-de-stroylns drugs: needs but one trial to prove its superlorty over all others, sixteen rremtunis have been awarded at different Fairs and Exposi tions for IB virtues over other preparation.. - j. p. FuGAZi, manufacturer and proprietor. New York City and Sacramento, Cat. Ask your iJrus gulst for it, and give it a trial. C. C. WARD A BRO., Druggists, Agents. AVOID QUACKS. A victim of early Indiscretion, causing ner vous debility, premature decay, etc., having tried in vain every advertised remedy, has discovered a simple means of self-cure, which he will send free to his fellow-sufferers. Ad dress J. II. REEVES. 7S Nassau St.. New York. READING ROOST. Young Men's Christian Association READING ROOMS : No. 10 West Court SU Booms 14 and 15 MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. OPEN DAILY From 9 ajn. to 12 m. From 3 to 6 p.m-, and from 7 to 10 pjn. On Sundays from 2 to 6 pjn. The best Periodicals of the Day, In addition to a Large Library, Freo to All. OFFICERS: E.S. Francis, Pres't. Dr.M.E.Bramhall,"V.P. W. O. Orgai n , Rec. Sec. A.W. Ne wsom. Cor. Sec. S. J. Junkin, Treasurer. Regular business meeting first Monday night In each month. Literary and Social Exer cises each succeeding Monday night. Prayer meeting every Saturdr ci"i ible Class from ft to 8 p.m. nvprc npl PARTNERSHIP. PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. From and after this date, Mr. N.M. Trezevant will be a partner in our business without change of arm name. TREZEVANT 4 CO. Memphis, June 11th, 1373. J. T. TBKZE VAWT. V. TC TPJEIVAST. t EVL ESTATE EXCHANGE. Trexevant XV Co. (successors to Royster.TrexevantiCo.) N. E. corner Main and Jeftersonsts. While we make a scecialty of public sales, in which a long experience Is brought to the service ct our patrons, we are fully prepared, to give at tention to property In our hands, at private sale, or for rent or exchange, sat-Our Rental Department Is In charge of W71. McCalluni, who is fully Hualined to give satisfaction, equally to landlord and tenant. Jeli TREZ14VA HT & CO. i A W.J.MANSFORD, JNO. A. ROUSH, H.G.DENT. J. W. COCHRAN, C. A. BEEHN, JOHN ZENT. S. B. ROBH1NS, Second Vice-President; ti. iiAir.fc.ii. .-opennienueat. 31, 1873, the exhibition of Machinery In Motion. i,uauu uruiitui; Luumiriuiia lucspnce. OCEAN STEAMERS. TO AND Kt-mf FE0M LPEBFOOL, BALTIMORE ABB One of the steamers of this flist-clasa line will be dlsoatched as follows: uromit poau r ram .tsn. u more MANITOBIAN Feb. U HIBKKNIAN- NESTOKJaN. PERU V IAN HIBERNIAN NESTORLN And every 14 days thereafter, and of tener if the service rea aires it. PoceAnaaru frtiirorl cut tn ami fnm a?l tho principal places in England, Ireland, Scotland, Franco, Germany, Norway, Sweden and Den mark, from or to any part in the Southern and Western States. The cheapest and best routs to Southern and Western States. For pasta $3 or further Luformat:nn anoly to UCLIILEY & CO., General Southwestern Agents, 39 SIiullan !- r WATERING PLACES. VALHEEMOSO SPRINGS, H0RGAX CO., AL.VBA3IA. TOBHTEEN miles from Hantsvtlle bv cai fj riaee road : twentv-five milf s from Deca tur by boat or carriage. Here are White Sul phur ana iodine, mack suipnurs ana xouine and Chalybeate waters in Inexhaustible sup plies more strongly impregnated, says a dis tinguished chemist, than any similar waters In the United States. Hotel accommodations ample. Table wholesome and excellent. Ask ail the guests of last year. Prices to suit the times, so that living is cheaper here than at home, restored health and vigor are added as clear gains. Send lor Circulars to J. R. PAYNTER A SONS, Proprietors. P. O. Valherraoso Springs, Morgan county AJaba" Decatur. myTdiw SUSC INT 02T 1878. BERKELEY SPRINGS AND BATHS Batb, Morgan Conntj, "West Ta. Two and a half miles from Sir John's Run, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. PIRST-CLASS accommodations for live hundred guests. Dally mail, telegraph, all amnsemcnu, fine music, etc. Excellent Ashing and hunting, and all the attractions of a beautiful mountain region. Natural temperature of water 74' Fan., with every variety of baths. Swimming-pools lor ladies, children and gentlemen. ' TERMS 31 per day; 8 per week; first month, 575; second month, S65. Children under ten and nurses, half price. I eta A. R. POTTS ORGANS. VTATSSS' C0HC32TO ?ASL02 C3SAira r Ihi moHX beaiilllul nt tyi - pcrfert m tone CCICTO .STOP w the bet nrr ilnml Iu any , f 'ii in' ff f cti IN rtillarly vclreU . iiiiMt C1I IKM. STIK3II;. rhd& .MTIITITIOX' Jtlu.Sl'l'CKU. Spit C-r Tvm i.bernT. A GREAT ' t Frn. HUiLtCE W.VTEES M.', isl 3idT17,.7.. ttjr difVCK cf loo VI.VXOS OKONS r' Hrt-clji.i ma- Lerx. i ' .7 W.tTEKS'.tr extremely low priret for ratli, jt imrt coA. aud balance t small luonllil.v pw! New 7-Oele lint-claw. 11 VNOS, all uioalern iniproTe nienti. . "- 4nran. $. 873. BOI'BLIVRIIKI) OHfJ.V,SIOOs J-NTOI". 8IIOJ fMTIII,M3.'rnf. ILLUSTRATED I'AT.IL' MCE M.lff Ff tram damp. A torje dlM0t lt .Vi,n.Vr..(. h he. S..r.-.S T- rauc Soevtirt, AETN W.tTKI. EXPOSITION. THE LEADING IXDDSTEIAL FAIR OF AMERICA. The Fourth Exhibition wiU open Wedne; tiny, September 3d. and continue until Saturday, October 4th, 1S73. Goods re ceived from ugust 1th to 30th. Exhibitors honld ""ate application forspace. NOTICES. PURSUANT to the provisions of an Act of Congress, approved March 3, lb73, author izing the construction of abridge across the 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 before the 10th day of J CLY 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 of six hundred feet each, and two end spans of three hun dred feet each, with an elevation of one hun dred feet above low watermark. TheywUl also file a map giving the proposed location ol the bridge, the topography of the banks ol the river at nigh and Tow water, the direction of the current at oil 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 Var. By order of Board of Directors of the bt. Clair and Carondelet Bridge Company., M. HEN DERSON, Secretary. St. Louis. Mo, June 30. 1873. jvlO TAGS. HI AADISXIDOII's PATENT TA in SUIMWO TAGS. H V over 200 millions nave been used Li within tlie past ten years, without M Jl 1 complaint of lots by tag becoming 1 lUMdetached. All Exprebs Companies i sethem. Sold br -- - I station Wwywnr. apis Wh i March 19 Muh 11 Anrll 2 March 2S April 16 prll8 April 30 Drtl22 May 11 MS3ii" a t-tzt-t24 a m CINCINNATI INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION SHERIFF SAILS. SEEBUT'S SAIiE -OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE On West SIils of Shclbj Street. VTOT1CE IS HEREBY OIYJSN, That by Li virtue of a venditioni espoeu to Hie di rected from the UoaoraUe Second C3retlt court of .sheiby county, TeBBee. Hi Ik ease of ?protile A MeOswa vs. C. . Oopr. ludgmenM-eadered am tbeMtb day f Juu ry. ixrrt, for tlu sum of Utty-mix 4I1m, wtta nt:..--.t am' rums or tulL. to Mtisfv 1 1 III tnent, etc, 1 will, on Saturday, the 9th daj of Angusi, 1S7S, At 11 o'clock a.m., in front of my eMiee, No. -u rresnu sirevi, Hempbia, Ti mm en. t eeed tosell. to the highest bidder, for CM. iJH5 uweaueu properly, lo-wtl: l'Jrt or lot No. 4. block 17 tl fet kr tMm- ate on west side cf Shelby tnc, adjwafc lut 3 original plat, now assessed on the ComJ and state tax-books as the property of gu lii Uorland, (being the fame desetlpllmi of H ert as recited in the levy aaao ma the 4ftk ia ,r 1 1 braary. isrj, By Frank BraawM, D. . i and herein acearately dertbd ftam the nditioni exponas above mrntlnnil) Le n d on us the Drooei tr of delhiiJ it C. . Cooper, lo sausfy said Judgmeot, inter ami cosu. sale to commence at IX o'clock a.m. W.J.P.DUYLH Sheriff of Shelby eooatgr, TM. - uo. art r".v. IvfeY TRUST SALES. Trust Sale. IF NDER and by authority of a traat dead directed to bw by D. Paate.B UteMttt of June, ls8, the same being rwrt.tnttnl hs th oi trte negieter oi oeioy eoBMjr.-rtM- nessee, in record oooc io. .z, pnigu tm, M. sc n the 27th of September, leM, at liaiin mt the beneficiary in said deed ef tiaat, awl to pay the imlebtness seen red tkota,I wtH offer and sell, ior casta, on 3Ionlaj-, August 4, 1S7 3, Within legal hour, os the pTiinitim aaA fronting iioase N'o.SLi Poplar sret,t Mm highest bidder, at poblle outcry, the M)w tng very desirable real estate. Urns doxaWioJ, four (4) cottages being on the aroaad: A tain lot or parcel of groucd, taate, lykacaMl being in the county of Shelby, saM tths- oowi anu city oi jsempnia, oeiac pan f eooatrv lot No. 591. kalse nart oi P conveyed by deed by James Jenestsi.lt. mnnna, on tne tst or .May, am, aad eraly registered in Shelby eoaaty, Taaaewee, la book No. Wy p5 et seq-beginning at a. point on the south side of Poplar street, where the eastern line of the said 1st at KToand named In said deed of Jamea Joaex lo I. B. Klrtland intersect said Poplar atrot; running thence west with toe sossk aMa ac Poplar street one hundred and seventy-fear feet nine inches (174 feet 9 inches' to a atake; thenee routh one hundred and sixty laattHt feet), more or less, to an alley between Paaiar and Washington streetx,toastake; thuaei taal along north line of said alley osehaadted aad seventy-four feet nine iseberi (17! feet 9 inch est to astake; thenee north one hundred and sixty feet (ISO feet), more or less, tn a ataxe n south side of Poplar street to the beginning corner, being alo part of same lot eenvefed by deed to D. Pante by I. B. Kirtland. Novem ber jO.li&j, and recorded in book No. 3t. piiati i 5tS and 56B. of Shelby county record. Tne eqnlty of redemption Is expressly waived In said trust deed, and the title believed ta bu good, but I convey only as trastee. JOHN G.LONSDALK.jR,Tratee Trnst Sale. "ny virtue of a deed et trnst to me 1 J br w. II. Fair, on the ad (tar of Sep tember, W76, and registered in the RBaaiturS ofliee of Shelby county. State of TUnacm e. in book No. 75, page the same being maini ror the purpose or seeurinc; the payment of certain notes therein deseilbed and set lnrth, 1 will, on Monday, the 11th day of Angost, 1ST", within legal hoars, sell, at tne foot ef tbe steps In trontof No.2nHMaln street. Meat phis, Tennessee, to the nlghest bidder, ior cosh, the following described lot and MonrtWi, to-wit s About two miles southeast of & ettar of Memphis, in the Euclid Borland sabdlvtiilna. being lot No. K, as laid down on said ibtiK subdivision of lands, having a front one ana dred and two feet on the oath side of Ptftoa Roost road, which said plan of sabtH vMu W of record in the Chancery Court of Muniaala, In case of Mary C. Trader vs. James M. OeggJu etaI.No.3W,N.R.D. Title believed to be good but I will sell and convey onl vas"trustee. Equltyof redemptkm waived. E. hTV Y ATT, Tmstee. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a deed of trust to me ex-cented on the 7th day of August, A. D. KGS, by ii orris Doyle, to teenre the payment ef eef -tain Indebtedness described in the trast derd, of record In the Regis' art oniee ef Saulay county, Tennessee, In book No. 71, page tW, 1 will, as trustee, on Wednesday, the Gth day of August, 1S7, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 e'eteHc pjn In front of the county baiidiBg. an Union street. In Memphis, sell to tne tngnaat bidder, for cash, the following real estate: A certain tract of land situate, tying aad beam; in the county of Shelby, State of Tennessee, bounded a3 lollows: Beginning at tne east side o the old Randolph road, at DoyWn southwest corner of his 5 acre home piaee; thence with, the roaa south W east S cnalax and 85 links; thence south HP.,' west 2 enaias and Si links to a stake in the partition line; thence west east 10 chains and 73 links lo the east line of lot No. 9 of the Weakly and McLetnore subdivision ; thenee north 5M west 11 chains and St links to the northeast earner or lot No J of Weakly and McLemore subdivisien. In the south side of an avenue; thence sontti $4 west 8 chains and 31 links to a stake north east corner of Doyle's said 5 acre home place ; thence south 5 east 1 chains and 48 links to Its southeast corner; thenee toath 67 west S 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 eqnlty of redemption speeially walved 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. attornev. etc. Jyl XJ2GAI.. AD3HXISTK A TOIfS SALE OF BLUFF CITY OIL WORKS MACHINERY, ETC rpHE undersigned will sell at pnbae aactien , JL to tne nignesi oiauer, ior casn, on Friday, August S, 1S73, at the Bluff City OU Works, on Charleston avenue, near the Memphis and Cnarteulon railroad depot, Memphis, Tenn., all the ma. c ninety, presses, heaters, tasks, olefin said oil woi ks, and lately used by G. T. Beaamwnt A Co., in the manufacture of cotton-seed U, etc., together with the sacks, etc.. nsed in con nection with the same; also, thirty-five nalau cotton (re-ginnings), the stock of cotton-seed, oil-cake,-cotton-seed-meal, etc., on hand; ah, office furniture all belonging to the estate ef G. T. Beaumont, deceased. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock a.m. July 25, 137& F. W. SMITH, AdmV. Administrator's .Notice. HAVING been duly qualified as Adminis trator of William Croak, deceased, alt 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 aU persons indebted to said estate are notified to settle forthwith. W. L. CLAPP, Adra'r. 15 Union st. Memphis. April 24. 1ST ap Administrator's Notice. HAVING been duly qualified a? Adminis trator or James Strain, deceased, all per sons having claims against said decedent am hereby required to exhibit the same wMMu the time limited by law, or the sjune will be barred ; and all persons Indebted to said estate are notified to settle forthwith. W. A. GOODMAN', AdmV, No. 41 Madison street. Memphis. May 3LIS73. myW. Attachment Notice. Before P. M Winters, Justice of the Peace of Shelby county, Tennessee. N. M. Moore, I plaintiff, vs. Samuel Clark. N this cause affidavit bavins bees made before me that the defendant, Sam eel Clark, Is indebted to the plaintiff in the stun of two hundred and fifty uollars, due bv open account, and also, that said Samuel Clark ia a non-resident of the State of Tennessee; and attachment having been Issued In this cause, and executed by serving a garnishment on Busby Johnson Jt Co., who have answered that they are indebted to the defendant Samuel Clark In the stmt of two hundred and fifty-three dollars and twenty-three cents: It is therefore ordered by me, That publica tion be made, once a week for four successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal, notifying sakt defendant to appear Before me, at my oinee, in the city of Memphis, on Monday, Septem ber 1, ISTS, at ten o'clock ajn., and defend this suit, or the same will be tried exparte. P. M. WINTERS, J. P. Memphis, August 1.1KX ang Executrix Notice. HAVING been duly qualified as Executrix of Jacob N. Moon, deceased, all persona having claims against said decedent are hereby notified to present the same "within the time prescribed bylaw or the same will bo barred; and all persons Indebted to said es tate are hereqy requested to coma forward and make settlement at once. p.l H. M. MOON, Executrix. Insolvent Notice. HAVING suggested the Insolvency of ne estate or M. H. Chambers, deceased, to the County Court Clerk of Shelby county, Tennessee, and said Clerk having ordered that Subllcatlon be made In some newspaper pun shed in said county, and also at the court jOH3Q door This is to notify aU persons having claim against said estate, to appearand 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 forsve? barred, both m Saw and equity- This May 2, 1SSJ. mvS J.M CREWS. Administrator. TvURINGthe last terrible visitation ,ln Eng- U lana, the preventive iresiiuoiii. ui m. Geo. Johnson (now the Senior Physician of the great Kir g's College Hospital .in London). Every family should have this prescription Ju the honseTlt can be prepared quickly by any 1.tS. jrf,t when wanted. Do sat apply to the notorious quacks who advertise in the public papers, or imperil your health with their remedies thatprofess to cure everr thin". COMMON SENSE SHOULD PRE VAIL. Dr.BOYCE wlU mall this weil-Ui-d rrescripUon to WS8ii$lS fee of one dollar. No. 21 BROAD STREET, Hew York, Room If o. lti. 13-