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3MPIIIS APPEAI BATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY: eery, one month, by mail C -e capi". slr mouths by mall C : c 31 y, one year, by ma41 C-c t-.ry. one week, la oily "WEEKLY: C-o copy, one .year - .8 1 00 . a oo . io oo .$3 30 . ;cbs ot Ten or more, eeeti- 3 00 A -cdmcn copit tent free of etxirgr. Our inm'I boakt ore lp ieill"W,"t and net Miridualnamt. It oixterina paper changed ram ewjrf(S t; cnoUicr.thenameto beih Mhcttkt be RATES OF ADVERTISING IX DAILY APPEAL: , insertion, per square Si oo 50 . a.-nt InserHotw. per wjuare.. tiro or mere uatm a mki on aton iv'.ria proportion. F. j'J hnt nM HwpiKil e qarc, c : I " "Ir Hn mate nl rVotfw ere M tmeferfirtl in . 13 ccnU jxr Ktt ir vwt, ami 1J4 ecirfj T i". upcrnonth, T ..', ctV., are 10 etrtt Wne rK insertion C-..I j -. u J t Hue net jwtieyinW fawertfon. . -VJS nd Jferrfae toeat 0 crffe, t J n.vt. I noMeet, nWimi", oamf-Nmnw-rrr.f J o mi I ln, arc wrjjd .' rswfar TO not aeep( aJwrttowifnt HtJMon re Jins mailer. F;rsl or AM page tidvcrHaemenU, (Mn-c.-y, do-W rat. ITc illicit leHert and ewimnMsnt wiron c ls general interett, but tuck mttU ohooyi 1 j c ?crityamd fey reapwusMe mme. Tr ir'Jlnol return r9ertt eomwwn iwHctu. h-t'en. i-ommimianh'oiM. or amdMwtf rbf cr r A jirat, iMI wot ix twMrwiw to any I owe AI'PGIL. lHmphl. Tnin FINANCE AND TBADE. Middlliis Cotton 19ia l-14c 'cw iork Exchange par to 1-4 rrcmium Gold 114 1-2. Dn!l Feed Jlarkot Cornmiwl Lower Potatoes Advanced. Citv Taring Certificates Delivery of Charleston Kailread Bond. ( ctton Unchanged Sales 350 Bales Symptoms of Lower Rates. Office of the Daily AfpeaxI THUBSBAT, Anwl T, 1ST. J nASCIAL. Some of the banks to-ilay had es-ci-icge equal to their rants rates re ma.Ling unchanged throughout. The monetary situation is unaltered; there is mcie mony applied for than is ob tained, and applicants would be still more iumerous out for the knowledge cl the uselessness of applying. Deliv ery was made to-day of 135 shares Charleston railroad stocks, sold a few days ago at IS; a lot of 135 shares now ca tie market is said to have obtained ; n cfl'ir of 1". The new city paving cer t :a:es are beginning to excite atten t.:n; a sale was made a week ago at yesterday it was said on the street t::cy would not bring over 40s; this ing, however, $892 50 sold at 55c ih? St Louis Democrat of Wednes day Las the following: "The tone of ts market was easy all the week, and (.nulis holding comparatively heavy bal zlz xs and there was at no time what c be called an active inquiry for es :3ey, or at least a demand tuch as Li-'s cared about accommodating. Kntta ruled steady and unchanged t;r:ugQout the week, standing at from ! 1 3 1 per cent. First-class paper ou zzTt time was in good request all the week Bankers give it as their opin that we have passed through the rcrst of the dull season, and that from t ls time on we may look for a more ac tive state of affairs In both business and C in :ial circles." At Cincinnati mon ey fetiil continues easy, though a little z:e animation was reported on Satur day, an increase of paper maturing ciu-Isg heavier checking and deposit ing, Jind even enlargement of demands fcr discounts. At Chicago, papers quote the week past as closing on an exceed ingly dull and dragging money-market, Ucrrawera being able to obtain loans on noc J paper at about their own figures, lie la'cr-Ocean, of Chicago, mentions c-o bank there offering a round lot of "0 XX) at five per cent on call, without being able to place it Could the bank er Lave thus securely placed it, it would Lave been a good operation for him, c:.th the New York market at 3 per cc.it There seems to be a plethora of currency in all tlie cities; ana it tue cc-retary of the treasury could accumu late i urrency in the treasury for a coup cf months, and pourit out again whjn t. git times oome,keeping aslittle locked l) aii po-eible, he weald render a new irvice to the country. COTTO.V. U uw York telegrams quoted that mar kct irrecular at yesterday's quotation, Or: futures were rather easier, quoting lfc i lbkc for Aupust uelivery, witn sales cf viirious months, amounting to 1,000 Laieti. Liverpool was steauy at bjU. New Orleans, with a moderate business !o.n sr. quoted the usual 181c. In our market exporters were pickieg up low cottons, of which 170 bales were sold at f.'ota 7 to 11c Low middling and the LIgher qualities were in request as usu al, Lie pricee were very firm at our quo tations, but there are intimations that tue lower rate at riew i one will soon tell upon the price of the higher quality chitons wnile an increased export ue tsaud will bring the medium and low (,-jalities more into proportion in price tian tney nave been oi late. Tlie entire sa.es to-day aggregated 350 bales,includ ig beside thecottons mentioned above -ood style ordinary at 13131c; strict cr-i: aary at He; EtrMt to good ordinary cl Yjn 13Jc; good ordinary at IWlOJc zx. ltijc; low middling at 16g,181c; ttrict low middling at lSlSJc; mid- (..mj-at lyic; strict middling at iHjc iCT ord- Ordinary 11 ( 12 hU.ctord. .li pod ord. .17- (rood ord lt- KMdiling. j-hij elct mid. 1871. 187?. 4 IS : pment. . m 7.7S xmt T.'al receipts todaie 4i mfiiH m,m sneo i; ipinenW! vo dat-e IMPOUTS. Men phs and Cbarieotem rallread il.--slisfirr" and TeutHt-K railroad . '. m juu: pnii ana umorMiroau.. Jlc.i plix and Llltte Roek railroad... emi'iiu ana i-auDeoB raureaa. fcuier. - , Ls;natd per wagon andotbrionreee,. EXPORTS. M( ni;.hsfi and Charlfcon railroad MIbj ppl and Teanwee rllroad ' Iciiiplns and Ohio railroad . 15 . aw Mca1 .' r, nortn. cat rs, touti GEN En A l. MA It K nr. Arrivals of produce were small, and business qu'et to-day, but some oniors fiiiintr fmm lhi? crrocerv storpa. Orn was stagnant; only 2S0 sacks came In, and they were for dealers. Oat ,.fT..,!nrF in n fimnll pxtfnt. but WG ciudhearof no transactions. Jiranls inquired for, witn none on me maritev. The Ht Louis Democrat of Wednesday reports of feed: "Corn ruled quiet the first half of the week, but then improved ac l closed lc higher all around and quite brisk. OaU are stlffer, too, at the close, than they were last week, and prospects lor an advance are goou. nay w iou demand and limited supply. There Is a fchlpplng demand for sound bay, at $12 to il for new, and a good local demand f.r prime old timothy at 519 to 20 per -; rr.mmnr,l img vrp.ik Hnd lowe. VV" Mil w - vXi sales at $2 80 and $2 65, delivereO. The Ft Louis Wednesday's Democrat rt ports oicornmeai: "firmer; eairaui JO bbls. country at $2 45, 110 city at t Z 10, ZW at i oo, -vju ai o; uu uei. I'.aa-iB tolerably steady at our quota tions; lots of Inferior are offering freely at 4, and even $2 50 can touch some t a Kf Tallin WpdnwulAv'a nniifTfl re port of flour: "Flour ruled dull most of lie week for all grades except medium, vlilM tpArn fn rrrra dpmnnii nnd tiplfl h.gher. Egg were selling at 12Jc, and we heanf 16c talked of, but found . . 1 1 11 A 1 no wholesale transacuuu ut mm ugure: few arrived. Bt Louia Wedneaday's firm, owing to the cooler Jweather, but prices ate unchanged. Demand confined to candled and fresh receipts, which sell alOfi-iOcperdoz. No demand at sblp fier's count, at which they are salable !' at. low figures." Cliickens are not i la supply, and there Is some Im p: o v . :ent, Dut small young are regard 9-mWA SSSm ed with no favor; old mixed, except very fine, are in the same position. Jbsmona still sell at $10 a box,l)Ut an advance In New York makes it probable they will go up. Oranget the market Is still bare of, and likely to be for a month to come. JXttatoee are higher, shippers paying SI 5Jf.2 00 a 'barrel measure for them. fruiU show no change and not much activity; apples and pears are the only boxed fruits offering. OsiTco-Isstronger, and wo raise the inside figure of quota tions. Bacon is again higher, as will be seen by referring to our quotations; stocks are very low, with a fair demand. The St Louis Democrat of Wednesday says: "In provisions there has been a satisfactory movement and market Orders for homo aud Boutheru .consump tion, and for export, foreign, have been fair, and the speculative inquiry has been good, and September bacon Is a shade jiiglier than it was at the date of our last weekly revjew. inere is nom ine new'iujard." In our river colrfaan will be found the mauifost of the Meam or Jas. D. Parker, due hero to-day from (Jincmnau. - - Quotations are for round M, wtfw oUienrice cxprcted; andjqrjcctl and jtroducc, few rates. Ibr. small jwr cJtasen and orders, rates are -propor- itonalcii; higher. Arri6 uor creen from wa irons shippers pay SI 502 50. 15ACON Uiear--8ides, -lijo;- ciearno 111c: shoulders, 9M&Gic; sugar-cured hams, canvassed, I5g)10c; extra brands, it)4(siiic; ureaKiast, canvasseu, u&rzo. Butter Choice, 20 22c; good ta ble. 17r.U9o: fairand common. 12W3H6c Bali-o Stuffs Basrcinc. 2 and 21 lbs, 10;.. 16c; iron ties, "9tlc; baling Bran iJothing doing; nominally $15 50; in store Soc; sale or IB saciiscoru bran at SI 150. BiTiLDBBS' Materials Louisville cement, per bW. S2 5(V52 75; plaster, Michigan, $4; New York, $4 25; .Rosen dale, S8 503 76; hair, $2 25 per 4S lb bale; lire-bricK, per iw; lime, uy the car-load, $1 501 60. Corn Sales on orders In store ntCl (a G3c: none on landing. Corxmral Lower; sales of 100 at $2 SO, 50, 550,75 and 100 bbls at 5- So all delivered. Coffks We quote at 23Gc for Iilo, according to quality; Java ac. OAKDLBS Light and full weights per lb,lS19c Egos Scarcer 121c; single small packages, 14c. Fruit In boxes; peaches, SI; pears, 75ol 00. Flour Low crades, S3(3V4 50; extra, $5 50G; double extra, $6 507; fam ily, S7 508 oo; fancy, a ou 7o. Grits So 50 per bbl. Ghoceries Soda, 8c for keg, and 9c Ivv CtarnVi li T-w--1K Harmon 1U1 IAIA iiWitUUt ihvjvIu lie lu uviinuu soap, 6i7$c Rice, -SJ9c, as in qual ity. Hard refined sugars, 12tc; oueu kettle, swiutc; yeiiow ciannea, lie; wiuie ao, iinajiijc; sianoara a, llillic Hay Fair to good quotad atSlS(a21; choice, $2426. jiohixy i4 v per uoi, nominal. Lard In tierces. 91(39Jc: kegs, 10 lOJc; pails, 10(101c for refined. .lemons 5iu, ana advancing. Mrae Pork Quotes S17 5017 75. Molasses Prime to choice planta tion, 55(S70c; common to prime sugar bouse syrup, 4055c; fancy, 7075c. iNAiLS H Koa)o rates. Oats Last sales at 40 Jc for mixed; some now held for 44c. Oxions Scarce at44 50 per bbl for good. potatoes raying to country wagons for new, $1 501 75 per bbl measure. Peanuts At owtic per io. on oraers. all bens, 3 50(54 00. Spring chickens, $2 OOtSS 50. tsmr wnoiesaieraiesare, uve-ousnei bbls, 2 15 by the car-load. The Cattle JInrliet. Beef cattle in small quantity; choice selling at 45c, common to fair2J(5. 3fc, gross, cows and calves uuii at $20(240 per bead; yearling calves SC10. AVork oxen dull at S5OS0 per yoke. Sheep scarce; choice at 3oc gross; common to iair, i sxx&l ou. Hogs will soon be in demand: quiet now at 45c The followiuc are the quotations as given in St Louis papers of Aug. 5th. BlTer. ' Ball. Flonr, potatoes, apples $ bbl Pork, bbl Whisky. bW ' 85 1SU ax 1 36 Corn and o&te, per MO lbs. Hay, per M0 ltM Baoon and lard, per 160 lbs Apples and oaleng , , , . 3) n?4 MOXETABTASD FDfAXCIAL. NEW YORK. New York, August 7. Money Con tinues easy at 3 to 3i per cent Sterling Exchange Is dull but steady at I0BJal0SI for sixty days, and 1093 109 lor signt. Gold Steady, with all the business at 115j115S, closing at 115. Loans were from 24 per cent for carrying. Clear ances, $27,000,000. The assistant-treasurer disbursed $213j000. Customs reoeipts to-day, oS6,uwu. Government Bonds Governments were strong and higher, quoting at the close: United States coupons, 'SI, 1191; 5-20's of '62, 117; '04, 117 ; '65,119t; '65, new, 117; '67, 119; '68, HSf; new5's, 114$; 10-40's, 115; currency 6s, 114. Southern Mats Securities State bonds are dull. We quote: Missouri, 93; Tennessee, old, Slj: Tennessee, new, 813: Vircinia. new. 60: Vireinia, old, 43j; Piortn Carolina, oia, x,; orui Caroli na, new, lo. Slocks and Bonds Dullness was the chief characteristic of the stock market to-day. Pacific Mail was the most act ive, selling up to 39 J, and closing at 39. The market showed considerable firm ness. The only weak spot was Erie, which declined from 59 to 581, in sym pathy with the London market. The closing prices were nrm. it is stated that an adjourned meeting of the direct ors of the St Paul road will be held on Tuesday next, at which it is possible the 3 per tienunair-yeany dividend will be declared. Closing quotations: canton, 100: Western UnionTelegraph Company, 92: Quicksilver. 33; Adams Express Company, 94 i Wells & Fargo's Express Company, 73; American Merchant's Union Express Company, 08; United States Express Company, CC; Pacific Mail, 3J; New lorK central, 1U4; Erie, 5b j; Erie, preferred, 72; Harlem, 132; Harlem, preferred, 136; Michigan Ceutral, 95; Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago, S9J; Northwestern, 67j; North western, preferred, 831; Rock Island, 110; New Jersey Central, 103; St PauJ, 02; St Paul, preferred, 73; Wabash. 71 t Wabash, preferred. SO: Fort Wayne, 93$; Terra Haute,20; Terre Haute, preferred,35; Chicago and Alton, 109; Chieago and Alton, preferred, 111; Ohio awl .Mississippi, JOi; Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati, bo: aur- HiiKton and Quiucy, 104; Union Pacific stpak, -28; - Central Paoifio bonds, 100; Union Pacific bondfj 83J; Delaware and Lackawana, 101; Hartford and Erie, 2. NEW ORLEANS; Nkw Orleans, August 711 :80 a. m. Bight exchange, J prem.; sterling ex change, 126. LONDON. London, August 7. Amount of bul lion gone into Bank of England's balance to-day, 186,000. Rate of discount on three months' hills In open" market, 3 1 6 below bank rata. Consols for money. 92j92 ; account, 9292J. United SUtos coupons, s-ausoi'Bo, sh; '07, a j; iu- 4s, aij; new oh, wj; ine, 4oj. PARIS. pAKlB, August 7. Rentes, 67f 17c COTTON MARKETS OF THE "R'ORLD. NEW YORK. -NTtrnr Vnnir Aiiirust 7. 10:30 a.m. Cotton -, dalli .ordinary,. 14a; good ordinary, lOic; low 'miuuung. li0 i.i.uin. on.-.- Alnhnma. 20c: Orleans nnd Texas, 20o. Futures steady, but less active; August, 18 13-lGo; Septem ber, 18 3-16c; October, 17 13-1 6c; No vember, 17 9-16c; December, 17id. 12-20 p.m. Cotton Is dull and Irreg ular; ordinary, 14o official, 14o un- OlllCtai; gOOd pruiuarv, 1 1 ju umiwi, unofflcial; low-middling, 19o .official, 19c unoinciai; miuuuug, uuiujni, an- ..nnninial Alfthamn. 201c official. ASV? UUV.fc.WM-., 1 - nr. ' n. ..ini.l. rtrlpatia nnil Trvn "f)kc. 'UU UilUillu , , - . - . a ...... IVt f 1 VhIih.. nl.n.lnl Official, -WiO UnOIUCiai. X umrco oicauj i bales; August, io io-iw-, diw-iultci, 183-1U0 uotooer, nil;. 3:20 p.m. COllon irregular; uiuiimi. 14c; good ordinary, 16lcJ strict good i ordinary, isc; iow uuuuuuk, iou, idling, 20c;, Alabama, 20c,; Orleans and I Tottr. ?ofh RHlMWor.exri6rt.3l 538;balea: to spinners, 'Zlo oaies: ior apeuumuuH, rJL.lna fV.II,... -..nnrl fnr ulv llflVH fit nil United Htates ports: Receipts, 9510 bales; esixiris io ureal, janiuiu, ao,vui bales; exports to the continent, 2116 bales; stock, 159,483 bales. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, August 7, 11:80 a. m. Cotton in moderate demand, no. sales; middling, 18J18ic 2 p.m. Demand moderate; middling, lS3(a)18Jc; sales, 500 bales; receipts, 92 bales. LIVERPOOL. -Liverpool, August 7, 12il5 "p.m. Cotton steady; middling uplands, Sid; Orleans, 0d; sales, 12,000 bales; for export and speculation, 2000 bales; ship ments of the new crop, 8jd. 5 p.m. Cotton steady; uplands,,8ld; Orleans, 9jd; salos,Amcrican, GS-Wbales; shipments of new, not below low mid dling, Did. NASHVILLE. Nashvillb, August 7. Cotton is quiet at 14$18c. LOUISVILLE. Louisville. Auaust 7. Cotton Is dull and lower,; low middling, 17c ST. LOUIS. St. Louis. Ancust 7. CottoD is quiet; low middling 17c; middling, lSJc. UINCliNiNAUl. Cincinnati, August 7. Cotton Is quiet at lSjc. BUY GOODS MARKET. NEW York, August 7. Business con tinues active with manufacturers' agents who renresent staple cottons and wool ens, but the jobbing branches are very quiet. Cotton goods of all descriptions are firm. Fine brown sheetings and bleached shirtings have an upward ten dency. Wamsutta shirtings have been advanced to 19c. Metheum ticks are up lc Cotton llannels and prints arc brisk. Wool llannels, fancy cassimeres, and black beavers, are in fair request Dress goods and hosiery are doing better. H I. PRODUCE MARKETS. NEW YORK. New York. Aucust 7. Flour is in active; superfine western and State, S4 755 45. Whisky is lower at 95c. Grain Wheat is lower; No. 2 spring, $1 3G1 41; northwestern spring, $1 41. Kye is tinner; western, in sxore, o-c. Corn is firmer: steamer, western, 53 55o; sail, CC&oSc; yellow western, oSfe) 68c Oats are in fair request; new mixed western, 4243c Rice is firm; Carolina, 8J9c. Provisions Pork is dull; new mess, S17 9018. Beef quiet; mess, 910c; hams, 2531c Cut meats are quiet: hams, 12133c; middles are steady; long clear, 8c; short rib, 9c. lard is wean; old western sieuiu ueiu at 6J8 7-16C CHICAGO. CmnAoo. Aueust 7. Flour is firm; spring extra, $5 506 75. Wheat has ad- firm; No. 2 mixed, 37 Jc. Oats are act ive and advanced; No. 2, 2723c. Rye is steadv: No. 2. COc. Barley is steady; 70c bid. Pork is dull and declined to $15 60. Lard is dull and a shade lower at 7Jc Bulk meats are steady; loose shoulders held at 8c; short rib middles and short clear. 9Jc. Bacon is quiet; shoulders, 8c; clear rib, 9Jc; clear sides, 10Jc packed. Whisky is dull and a shade lower at 91 c. ST. LOUIS. St. Louis. Aucust 7. Flour is quiet and weak, but not quotably changed. Wheat is in cood demand; No. 3 fall, 51 25. Corn is steady; No. 2 mixed, 3Sc. Oats are dull; No. 2, 2829c. Rye is dull; No. 2, 60c at cast track. Whisky is nominally lower and offered at 91c, but no sales. Pork is firm at $1G 75(5.17. Dry salt meats are held firmly jloose shoulders held at 8 o here; clear rib, up-coumry, 9c Bacon is firm but only a jobbing and order trade; suuuiuurs, ou; uieui no, iujv;, lie. Lard is quiet; refined, 8(ai8c NEW ORLEANS. Nnw Orleans. Auiust 7. Flour is dull; treble extra, $6 50&7 50; family, $3 509 75. Corn is scarce and V'.m; mixed, 63c; "white mixed, 75c; white, 7&&S0c Oats are dull and demand moderate at 41&42c. Bran Is q'uietJ at 85c. Hay is dull: prime, 21; cnoice scarce at $26. Pork is firmer at S17 17 25. Dry salt meats snouiuers, ic Bacon is scarce and In good demand; shoulders, 9fc; cleariib, 11c; clear, 11, 12c; hams, 15J16c. Lard tierce dull at 8Jc; -keg scarce at lOjc. Sugar is in good demand; fully fair, 9c; yellow clarified, lOJc. Molasses iio rnove- ment! nlnnfntinri rfiballed.SOc. Whisfcv- ii quiet; Louisrana, 94o; Oinoinnati, 9Sc, conee is iieiu at msjic. LOUISVILLE. Louisvtlle. August 7. Batrcing is firm; hemp, 14c; flax, 14c. Flour is in fair demand; extra family, $5 60: fancy, $7 50. Wheat is in active demand atS120(ai30. Corn is in good supply and firm at 5762c sacked. Oats are scarce and firm at 4 l46c sacked. Rye is quiet at 00(a 65con arrival. Mess pork Is steady and held at $16 2516 50. Ba con is firm and in fair demand; shoul ders, 9c; clearrib sides, 10 jllc; clear, l()ilic, lor pacEed, but is neiu niguer. Bulk meats are firm: shoulders, 8c; clear rib. sides. Sic: clear, 10c: hams, sutar-cured, 14i,15c; plain, 1313e, ail loose jc uiguer pauneu. jjuiu nuici., choice leaf, 9a9c small order lots are, held Jc higher. Whisky is quief but nrm at 90c CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, August 7. Flourl quiet; new, $6 206 50. "Wheat is firm; new, $1 251 30. Corn is firm at 41 47c. Rye is steady at 68(5 72c. Oats are quiet at 3343c. Provisions are quiet and firm. Mess pork is firm and held at S16 6216J76. Lard is quiet; summer rendered, 7Jc Bulk meats are quiet and arm; suouiuers, sje; ciear no, ajc; clear, 99Jc Bacon steady; shoulders, fc49c; clear rib sides, 10Jc; clear, lOJc. whisky Is in good demand at uuc NASHVILLE. Nashville. Aucust 7. Flour in firm demand ; family, $5 508 25. Wheat is .1 .1 . 1 ul 1 Mtl 0n it, 1 11 UUU UCUiitUU ill v i OViH'l IV. 13 in good demand; mixed, 65c. Cornmeal is held at S2 903 in depot. Oats are held at 52c. Provisions arc in good demand. Bulk meats shoulders, 9c; clear rib sides, 10c; clear, 10c all loose. Bacon shoulders, 9c; clear rib sides. llc; clear, llc; hams, sugar cured. 153c: plain, country, 133;14c. Lard prime steam, uic reanuts arc neiu at Whisky is held at 95c A Crltlcnl Season. Toward the close of the warm season the long continued heat begins to tell upon body and mind. Both become exhausted, and we feel instinctively that nature, after lighting a gallant battle with a debilitating tempera tare, Is drooping at last and requires to be stimulated and reinforced. Tbis, therefore, is a period of the year when a course of Ilostet ter'satomich Bitters la especially useful. The Immediate effect of this unequaled vrnetable restorative Is to strengthen the stomach, sharpen the appetite tone and regulate the Dowels, unu give &iHuiuit uuu vjpur me nerve. As a preventive of the endemic and enidemlc comnlalnts that prevail at this sea son, nnd as a remedy for indigestion, liver disturbances, nonous debility, constipation, languor, headache, and all irregularities of tlie uoweis. mu pure anu wiioie&ome vegeta ble tonic and alterative has no equal among medicines. S PS DIAL NOTICES. Mothers, mothers, Mothers. Tonl fall to nrocure MBS. 'WINBLOWS SOOTHING SYltUP for all diseases Incident to the period or teething in children. It re lieves the child from pain, cures wind colic. regulates me ooweis, ana uy giving reiiei anu health to the child, gives jest to the mother, lie sure and call lor "M1SK WINSIAUVW KOOTIlISQ SYftt'P." For sale by all druggists. Kehenek'u Mnndrake I'll Is These nllls are comnosed exclusively of veeetable Ingre dients, and although they entirely supersede tliouseof mercury, do not leave any of Its In jurious oQects. They act directly upon the liver, and are a valuable remedy In all cases of derangement resulting from a disordered siaieoi maiorgan. uver iorapiamt, innous Disorders, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Ty phoid Fever, etc., eUt, all succumb to the free use of achenck's Mandrake Pills. For sale by ail urngsiam anu ueaiera. Howard Association, 1'hllndelpbln, I'n. An institution having a high reputation for honorable conduct and professional skill. Acting Burgeon, J. S. HOUGHTON, M. D. Es say for Young Slen sent free of charge. Ad dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, fa. BATOlIEMlIfS IIAIU DIE. This splendid Hair Dye is tlie leit in the world. The only True and Perfect Dye. Harm less Reliable and Instantaneous; no disap pointment; no ridiculous tints or unpleasant odor. Remedies the 111 effects of bad dyes and washes. Produces Immctjiatklt a superb Bi-ack OE Natural IIrown, and leaves the halr,Cl.KAj, 8o rx and Bkautitdi.. The gen uine signed W. A. Batchelor. Soldbyalldruj gUta. CHAB. BATCHKLOR, Prop'r.N. Y. ON THE BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON, 11IK NBB ANU BOPPElt TABLE, I.CA & PUB KINS' Worcestershire Kaace IS INDISPENSABLE. JOHN D-CWCAWS KOIfS.Sew TorU, Agents fonlhetlPRed Htates. - . NOTICE. A LL hills due the lata Arm or KENNEDY other is allowed to receipt for same. JylU HUUAbU 1IVIUU .waww. LIQUORS. A. VAOOAUO. B. VAOCAUO. A, B. VACOABO Importer, sud Scaler In AND CIGAES, No. S24 Front Street - Memphis. , li. 03ES!ff A & 'CO. . WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS, HAVE REMOVED TO hKTo. 270 3T"roxxt Qtroot. "nT)KRSo!icl!l. AVe now bare a larger J bouto nntt expee: io EC. p lanjur aim bettor ttwk of Imported and Domestic IJn,illn, wlnw ard i'icts. nuS XANB FOR SALE. ON- m For Sale. tar l have forty lots In the division of my home place, 50 by 150 feet Also, my RESI DENCE, with tvrolii&fea attached, on Walnut street, which I dalre to sell. Also, loU front. Ing on the river, -west of the Qayoso homo. Persons detlrins to purchase can see me at 3IY OFFICE, No. 378 MAE? STREET, JACKSON BLOCK, over Bledge, McKay fe CO. mylt GEORGE DIXON. Bare Chance to Secure a Home. THE undersigned will, on the 21st clay ol Ancutl nrzi, sell at public auction, at Germantown.Tenn., his plantation, consist ing of 61879-100 acres of good farming lands; 400 acres Improved, balance well timbered. Sltnated two mllos noriheast of Germantown, and one mile north of Forrest Hill, on the Memphis and Charleston railroad. In Shelby county. To be sold in 40 acre blocks. Term!! of Bale One-sixth cash on day of sale, two-sixths on the loth day of Octpbei next, balance In one and two years. Parties desiring to purchase can obta n plats, and information as to title, location, etc., by applying to Mr. Btn. J. F. Owen, who lives near the place, or to Docoho & Bultley, Real Estate Agent, or to C. C. Graham, Presi dent 3Iechanlcs' and Traders' Rank, Mem phis. Tenn., or address me at Madlfon, Ark. " Je27dw JOILM PAltHAM. ft Tip Ms. 1 BOUT THREE HUNDKED AND SIXTY A . r . ....... I I . ...I, .. 1 . . . .,...) XX Ol lueso ucttuuiiu wia u.i invuv., ...... we will keep them open at the present LOW PRICES and LIBERAL TERMS of payment for a Ehort 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 make a thorough inspection of the property without delay. liULMiLl X VV.y myZJ 39 Mndlson Street. THREE VALUABLE OTTON PLANTATIONS In Faneln County, 3IIssiKippl, OnUasv Terms and at Low Prices. ONE tract, 800 acres, 600 in cultivation; net income S1000. one other tract. K00 ncres. 400 In cultiva tion; net income SJ000. One other tract, 400 acres, 100 In cultivation; Income $iO0. . Good gins and cotton presses on each; good iratur. pood bullriines and cood fcnclnz. to gether with good labor, on each place. Will bo sold, one-half paid flrst January next and balance in twelve months, at tl2 50 per a ere. Gallon Cait. T. li. DILLARD, Memphis, or LA1T. s. 11. fu W15A.1J, uaiesviiie, jiisc., For full particulars, or correspond with either. es- Any one desiring to look at said farms will call on Capua. U. Powell, at Batesvllle. Miss., who will furnish conveyances and go with parties to the plantations. Jel5 PAPER "WAREHOUSE. MEYEH & BRO. WHOLESALE PAPER HOUSE 367 Main Street, Memphis. UTEE take pleasure in offering to the Trade VY" of Memphis and Merchants or the Conn- . . ...... . X- T . .1 IT 1111 I. 1(11. !. i I . T - I which we are receiving dally, consisting of lTrajiplns I'apcr, bII sizes mil qnnli tics; jtnnilla, Koofloe, ISook, Kewprper, Ktc, which we are offering at GREATLY RE. DUCED PRICES. Paper Bags anu Flour Sacks a specialty. We respectfully invite the public to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. Jy27 kum' sirs' REMOVED TO 116 and 118 Beale Street Corner of Hernando. HAVING removed from my old stand. No. 38 Jefferson street, to a more commodious lioui-e, 1 respecttuny ass my menus, anu business houses generally, to give mo a call and examine niv stock baloro nurcliaslnz elsewhere. I am receiving daily from my mills heavy supplies, comprising everything in tins line, wnicn wui sen ui mauuiaciu rers prices. Jy2l BIHtrjEI. OABAT. STEEL RAILS. PRICES CURRENT FOR C9RD0RUS STEEL RAILS, -ADE from native si eel ore at various roll- LYJL tug mills throughout the United States. New, all steeL. .-SH5 per ton, currency New, oue-fourtli steel 85 per ton, currency New, one-sixth steol M per ton, en rrency lterolllng, all steel Ciperton, currency Rerot1Ing,ouo fourth steel 45 perton, curreney RerolUug.one-slxUikteel.. 4i per ton, currency Vafvr,,fa n tn wear for over three vears on the Delaware D.vlilon, single track, of the Krle Hallway, ana other icauing irran nnra, Applyto JUSBHIl M. STKOSG. SPECTACLES. . Improve Xoxo? Sight! THE CRESCEMT SPCTA.IiES. "TwTOw offered XX are superior Spec taoles. ground with are free from Ion and impur ness an d dls- to the Public, to all ordinary Th e y are great caro, and all imperfect 1 ties. For clear- yj tlnctness of vi sion they areun-r2rnrfAfor.rlvaled None ttslngepcotaolesshoulilhewlthoutthem. They are mounien in tsteei, Bnen, ttuooer auu uviu Frames, and are manufactured expressly lor and sold In Memphis only, by IKTVCS.EBS ANA OPTICIAKS. ei- None genuloe without the trade -mark on evcrr pafi oceod IuIPORTAKT CITY TAX NOTIGB. OFPICE OF CITY TAX COLLECTOR, 1 MEMFHJS, TENK., July S8, 1873. J The Books for 1S73 have heeu turned over to me for collection. "We now offer a great Inducement, to prompt tnx.pnyers. They will bo allowed two nnd a Half per cent, por nionlh illsconnt uptoUie. 1st ot January, sir paid. omiho 1st of- August, tjio discount would lie Iwclve itml h half per rent. oir. FELIX W. ROBKRTSbN, JyCT flax Collector, LOTS COTTON GIN. PRATT'S SOUTHERN-MADE GIN. rpHIS celebrated Gin, of light draft, makes a J. good Niiople, picks more lint from the same araountof seed cotton, and In Jess time, than anyothtrcin. It does ndt brealf the roll nor choke;. i simple In its construction, and not liable tn get out of onler. It is A sood Vule totry all things, and hold fast lo-w hat hiu been approvednand answers the purWe for widen it is made. This Is claim? for PilATr'H GIN1, and U admilted by pwllcat pln'imrswHo have tried it. Orders for (Jim, from 4y lo JO saw. Gam Bandn. dt ifew Yortc fSclofy prices, add com plctc bets of SmentSi Bands, Etc promptly '"ami repaired byftE;illfpl ginwrighU Ad0T' . 0. W. TBOEHFART, A scut for Daniel Pratt Gin Company, ! No. 10 ftnri sr . WgnmnlTVwp ;S15AL ESTATE. J. P. TKEZE&ecT. . N. JL Tbezkvast. KE.VJL ESTATE EXCJIL1HCSE ! Of N. E. cor. JIalu nnd JefTcrson Sis. Rental Pepartment In charge W. D. McCallara co- Biiyprs and rent n of real estate cannot know that they have obcii best suited nnlil trn t-rr iiilmrn i. whidi embraces a large variety pf property for sale and for rent, and which It will always be our pleasure to show. Urn. Kntn That snlendid nroDertv known as the f-GOOOLOB PLANTATION,1' In the counties of Lincoln and Desha, Arkansas, re puled one of the finest cotton plantations on Arkansas river, belonging to non-residents who live at too great distance to give it person al attention, is oflered for sale at 10X0 tilth cash, and lour annual payments; possession 1st January, 1S74, from wfilch time deferred payments would date. The tract lias 1600 acres, one-half cleared and in a high state of cultivation, well drained, securely lenced, all buildings necessary, such as residence, labor era' cabins and gin-houses, and with an ade quate force of laborers, most of whom have resided on the placo for the last fifteen years. With a plantation of such extent and capacity of production a bale to the acre being a sale fiutlmatfi the remunerative nrlces now ore- valllnir, and easy terms upon which It may be oouglii, an energetic anu experience! cutwju crower could easily meet the payments and secure a splendid estate. Applications in person or uy itawr win i eel ve our special attention. GXH FEEDERS. THE LONE STAE COTTON-GIN FEEDERS, NOTICE TO COTTON PLANTERS A Thoroughly Bcliahle and Tractical Cotton-Gin Feeder. TN offering this reliable machine to the Planters, which has Droved so satlslactory to all who have used them, we but repeat their statements wben we boast of their it laoreaaes luc jfiwut ui uiobiu, It lessens the required power by giving a regular supply to the gin. It maKes a Detier cohuo uy uie auie gin. TtHTnithit saws of the fin bv nreventlns stones, "nails. Iron, and other bard substances irom going into tue oreaNLui me gm. ItirperiM the roll from breaking and thereby napping 01 gln-cuttlng the cotton If properly adjusted. It works automatically in connection with the g'n, and saves hand-labor or the ginner, so difficult to control, and beats him, every time. In quantity and quality. It is guaranteed to perform all we have claimed for it, aud It is the only coiionginieeuermatwiiiuoiu Tlflnt.rs. rail and see it. and be rid of the greatet annoyance of your life au unruly cotton -ginner by buying one. t or sale Dy TII0S. B. XORHOT, jyg) Agrnt for itio Mnnnfactiirors JOB PRIIJTING. BOOK BIHBBRY AI?D BLANK .BOOK MANUFACTORY 1 - g. C. TOOF, Proprietor, Kfo. 15 Teet Court Street MJfiMPH38.' : -: : TENNESSEE or TUo attantlon of the Merchants and Business Men tit Mrmpliis, Nortn Mississippi, Alabama and Atttanw, is particularly called to the superior laoi!ttle cf this. hote for exe cuting orders :or a:i kin us at JOB PRINTING! Plain', Fancy and Ornamental, such as Pam fll.ll. . VUU3UIUIIVI.T, -LMwn, U.AUM, Vj.l .1 ars, Bill-Heads, Business and Show Cards, Letter Heads, Envelopes. Shipping Tagi, La bels, Receipts, Checks, Wedding Cardy, Ball TicKeis, invitations, BliAJSiTS. BOOKS Ledgers) JonrnaWCasli Books. PRICES 1LOW AS THE IiOTFEST Perfect satisfaction finarnuteed In CTcry instance. A call and an examination of my specimens is xespecuuny souciieu. MEDICAL. muniCATED BLACKBERRY BRANDY rilUK only sure cure for Cholera, Cholera JL morous, uyseaiery, r lux, j.ic. it. excels any other known remedy for these diseases. for sale by JtustJN hauii s uu., 100 Front street. Sole Acents for Arkansas. West Tennessee. ' and Mississippi, to wh om Hllordcrs must be aaurereeu. up 1G FIRST PRIZES, Oriental Oil Whiskers In lliesImplest.bMt amlrasiwt flDnlied lu the world. Wort Is ;l.ne In a f&w nnds; In Ims ti an twenty minutes no Gray ii lakers Is to be seen. One ap plication for Usht Brown ; two fnrltlArlr. Wuhlnr thwrJ. ken Is not rooaired brfurn or &npr miner th nil; makes the whMke's solt nnd lustrous; free from tiar of lead, or oi.ber poisonous nnd heaJUie stroylng drugs; needs but one trial to prove Us superiorly over an otli rx. sixteen Premiums have been nw&rCed at dilferent Fairs and !lxptt tiocs for Its virtues over other preparations. J. F. ftroAzr, manufacturer ana proprletor-Ifew York City and Sacramento, Cai. Ask your Drug Cuist for It, and elvc It a trial. (X C. WAKD fc BKQ BsraxsTS. Agents. AVOID QUACKS. A victim ot early indiscretion, causlnc ner. vons debility, premature decay, etc.. having tried in vain every uuveruseu remeuy, nas discovered a simple means of self-cure, which he will send free to his fellow-sufferers. Ad dress J. 11. rtrJisvcs ' Nassau cc. aeir Yorir. YSAST POWDERS. T. -.U.l ....i n ' wmTMlm ... n. ........ ji - Ohmftir t-i- Tti.07r.ir- 1ST tall Ft&r l" IT.JJT1 It VUC XSZr 0.7 I AI.-D OS 324 1 tMc ; 'jrfta. i 111! vrnd.jM nrn,1. JtUl.r.cl.iUCom,lUiCiUi,. SOLD prObcEB4 A illUlESSEXEr.VWIIElUw iIacifictuTOl.br DO0LEY BEOTHElt, 6 NEW.STRKET. NEW-YORK mmm 1873 mESlUPlXXS. 1873 T. A. NELSON. A. P. CtTRRY, J.D.DANBURY. II. M.IERGUSON, B. LOWENSTEIN, GEO. HOOK, ix. ji. juum, I'resiueni; A. "WOODRUFF, Treasurer; Tlie Board of Directors take AEl S, MAnCTEES, 1 In the 3Iagnlilcent Bnilding erected Extensive additions have been made to of the Flowers and Plants of every clime, and OCTOB Arrangements nave ueeumaue ior cneap transit oi ail articles to oe exniDiieu,ana .u uuauuk win oe maue to exniDitors lor space, ltednccd ICatc-s of Fare on all Hut I road and gleam boat Lines to visitors to the Exposition. For further particulars, address Jy27 ED. DORKE PICKETT, Secretary Memphis Industrial Exposition, Memphis, Tenn. CHANCERY SATYRS. Chancery Sale of Eeal Estate. No. 763, R. First Chancery Conrt of Shelby ijuniy. v . a. ureeuiawtixecuior ana our vlvinsr Partner, vs. A. M. Ferenson. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale entered in the above causa on the 17th dav or May. 1S73, I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master 3 office, Greenlaw Operabouse build ing, Second street. Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, August 1G, 1S73, within Iesal hours, the following described property, situated In Shelby county, Tennes see, to-wit: a. certain lot or parcel 01 lanu lying anu belnz In the city of Memohis. and belne Dart of lot No. 3, in block No. 25, commencing 100 feet east from the intersection of Beale and bhelby streets, on the south side of Beale street ; thence eastwardly on the south side ol ueaie street w ieeno a siane, mai Deing ine comer of a lot sold to Duval, Algeo & Co.; thence southwardly and parallel with Shelby street and with said Duval, Algeo & Co.'s line 130 feet, more or less, to an alley; thence west wardly witn the north side of said alley 40 feet to a stake; thence northwardly and paral lel with Shelby street 123 feet, more or less, to thebegincing. Terms of Sale-On a credit of seven (7) months lor the amount of Jadgment herein, JI173 66,wIth Interest from April 19,1873, and the taxes due, S229 62, making in aB S140328. for wnicn notes witn approved security win oe required, bearing interest; the balance on a credit, for which nine (9i notes will be re quired, with approved security, payable, re spectively, on the 1st of December In each year until the last note is paid In 1SS1; lien re tained to lurtner secure same, anu equity oi redemption baned. i nis j uiy 2B, io. d. EDMUND A. COLE, Cleric and .Master. Yf. Messlck, solicitor. JySB Chancery Sale of Ileal Estate ON Saturday, August 23, 1873. No. SlOSIn the Second Chancery Court of siieiuy county, xennessee. Anurew itcn kert vs. Jacob S. Galloway et al. BY virtue of an order of sale made In this cause, on the 9th of July. 1S78, 1 will sell. at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the olllce of the Second Chancery Court of Shelby County. Greenlaw Opera house, Second street, between Union and Gayoo streets, in tbe city of Memphis, Ten nessee, on Saturday, August 33, 1S73, within legal hours the following described real estate, to-wit : Situate, lying aud being in the county of Shelby, and State of Tennessee, known as lots 7 and 8, In block L, in Williams' addition to ton iicKerinz. Also, the following described premises ad jacent to the above and in Fort Pickering, sneioy county, Tennessee, to-wit: Beginning at the southeast corner of Fifth andualnes streets, in Fort Pickering; thence west with uie soutii line oi uaines street eignt nuuarea and eighty (8S0) feet; thence south two hun dred and seventy-seven and one-half (2770 feet to Division street ; thence east eight hun dred and eighty (8S0) feet to Fifth street; thence north two hundred and seventy-seven and one-half (277)4) feet to Gaines street, less a portion thereof heretofore sold to M. A. Polk under decre in this cause. Terms of Sale On a credit of six months; purchaser executing note with good security; lien retained. Equity of redemption barred. This July 21, 1873. , M.l.L.8rEWART, Clerk and Master. J. E. Elgelow, solicitor. JyUl SECOND CUAXCEBY COURT SALE VALUABLE REAL ESTATE OS SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1873. No. S55. William Morrow, Treasurer, etc.,'vs. P. P. Fralm. BY vlrtuo of a decree of sale made by the Second Chancery Court in the above canso 1 will sell to the highest bidder, at public auc tion, at the outside door of the Second Chan eery Courtroom, on Second street, city o Memphis, ou Saturday, August 23, 1873 within legal hours, the following described real estate, to-wit: Lying and being in Shelby county, Tennes see, and known anddescribed as follows: Lots 1 ami 5 and part of lot 3, In country lot 131, In the city of Memphis, as shown byE. W. Rucker's map, and in the 11th civil dis trict, and begins at the Charleston railroad bridge, and runs thence in a southeasterly di rection with the west side ofMarshall avenue 001 feet to i stake at tbe 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 said Railroad Company's grounds; thence northerly with the eat side of said railroad grounds to the beginning, it being tbe same realty upon which the resi dence of the defendant Fralm Is now situated Also, part of c untry lot -193 In said clty.and in the Mil civil district ot said county, and described as follows, vis: and Tics on tbe north side of Jefferson street, and includes all of the real estate in tho triangle formed by bald street, Charleston avenue, and Bayou Gayoso, excent CO feet fronting on said street and run ning" back with the east sldeorsaid bayou HSJ4 feet, and which formerly belonged to Thomas Jones. And, also, the cast 1?1 feet of lot 551 of country lot 178, and fronting on the north side of Jefferson street and running back with the west line of said bayou, and the east line of lot 210, belonging to John Overton, lis feet lo a stake. Also, 1C0 acres of land on what is known as Ki aim's Island, in the Mississippi river, which Is a few miles above said city, and lies in civil dislriot No. 17. In said county, aud which is laid dawn on J.TI. Humphreys' map of Shelby county rm the properly or defendant. Tir.MS os Can creditor six mouths, purchawira executing note liearmg Interest from date, with good and sufficient security; litn retained. Kqulty of redemption barred. This July IS, 1S73. M.U.L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. "W. W. McDowell, sol, for complainant. )y!3 Memphis Dry Bocks for Sale. Under decree or the Second Chancery Court of Shelby County, State of Tennessee. No. 1S, R. D. State of Tennessee, ex. relation of Primus Emerson et aLTS.lemphlsDry Docks Company and others. BY virtue of an order of sale made In the above entitled cause, by the Second Chan cery Court of Shelby County, Tennessee, I will self to the highest bidder, near the mouth ot Wolf river, at tho city of Memphis Tenn., on Saturday, August 9, 1873. tho following personal property, to-wit : " The Memphis Do-Docks, with all the machinery, tackle, and appurtenances thereunto belong ing." now lying at the Memphis wharf. Terms of Sale iSOO cash; balance at 12, IS and 24 months; notes bearing interest at li per cent, from date, witn good securltles.rcqulred; lien also retained to secure the payment thereof. July 3,183. ...t, M.D.I. STEWART, Clerk nnd Master Second Chancery Court. Humes APoston, sols, for complainants. Warriner & Lee, sols, for defendants. Jfcat, Simple, TJsernl nnd Cheap! and NO KNOTS TO TIE OR UNTIE. rpIIE ANCHOR LINE HOLD- i Ell is a neat, dnrame, uni-. versal tension device, to stretch j and hold ropd, wire and cords,1 XOrniipurposes,lll yanw,mi3w, stores, around balconies, awn ings, etc Adinlts-of spliced or ...... i . , II....... MllUICM MaallT- nritii n ti I oh 1 1 rk. bnt holda saz1 : . .i .. 1. i ..in .... t matno unucrproHi'uis i wi uuu the fastcntng. A set of three, with strews sent, prepaid, to any -address, by mall, for 40 cents. Ksminobb ilAN's-'u 0o 44 "West Market street, Harrisburg, Penn. Agents maUA The trade supplied JT? JAMES ROOSA, i P.J.MALLON, W. 8. BIU'CE, m. nuitiii-. t irst vice-rresiaeni: ED. BURKE PICKETT, Secretary; pleasure in announcing that the Second Grand -1VILT, BE HELD FBOJI INVENTIONS AND PRODUCTS. TO OCTOBER 31, 1873. for tlie purpose, on Jefferson, Fourth and the Exposition Building, which include a FLORAL HALL that will permit a grand display a large POWER HALL especially erected for the exhibition of Machinery In Motion. PUBLICATIONS. TO TTTB n MEN OF MEMPHIS. Memphis, Tenn., Angnst 1, 1H73. Geutivejo:: Tha WESTERN METHODIST lias a larger, and wider circulation now than at any former period or lis history. The field it occupies is princIpaUy within convenient trading distance of Memphis. Itls subscribed for and read by a goodly number or the best citizens of this country. "Within a fraction of seviS thocsasd copies are printed and circulated every week. The paper is" large, labor and material are high; hence It ciwLs heavily to pay expenses. The subscription price is too smalt to Justify its publication without a liberal advertising patronage. We are particular as to the character of all that appears In our columns-. We admit nothing Inconsistent, according to our Judg' ment. "We have been liberally patronized byyou heretofore, and In this we make our acknowl edgments, bellerlngwhat you havespent with us has been mutually beneficial. The prospects throughout the territory con tiguous, are not as promising perhaps as at former periods, yet we look for a brisk fall and winter business. "We most respectrully soUclt your help In the advertising department. Wo will call in pewon upon as many as we can. Those we fall to see will find us at our office, No. ZTSJ Jlaln street, up-stairs, over Boylo A Chap man's book store, where we will bo pleased to see them, and will make most favorable terms. Respectfully, ana R. w. BLEW A- CO. LET IT HE ENOW A "WILL FURNISH THE CENTR 1ST UNTIL JANUARY, 1874. It Is n SOUND Baptist Weekly of Thirty-Six Large Columns. A Rare Chanco to get a good paper Cheap. Specimen copies free. Address LUTHER & TEASDALE, Publishers Central Baptist,' " e2l ST. LOUIS, MO. TO TXIE MERCHANTS OF MEMPHIS JLHE undersigned respectfully call your at tention to the advantages, as an advertising medium, ol tho INDEPENDENT SOUTH, A newspaper published at Holly Spring, Mississippi. 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 1 that or any paper ever published In North Mississippi. Memphis is the natural market for the merchants, business men and farmers of this section or the State. Respectfully so liciting your favors, we are, yours truly, UrSHAW & WATSON, Jy29 Editors and Publishers. Book Agents Wanted fortheTJSnEVEI.OPKn 1VEST, or Five Years In tbe Territories. By J. H. BEADLE, Western Correspondent of Cincin nati Commercial. The only complete history of that vast region between the Mississippi and the Pacific: Its Resources, Climate, In habitants, Natural Curiosities, Etc., with life and adventure on Prairies, .Mountains, and the Pacific Coast. The book Is illustraed with over 250 fine engravings. Send for circulars, with terms. Address NATIONAL PUBLISH ING CO., Memphis, Tenn. Jc27 djtw U 1 U U luitrwt rout Ihu will ted to. srU.1- but Urt rMortl of u BOUtJ eaperiewe dwtac wtn Urr rHenoof 11 ytir,b aa inoiligrat ditci OUoaa. amaat tlt VTiW XntSass of tb CUfaUL 1 a rt.T?rTmo m A rTrnTm qctfit frkei Stud for irnlw4 wiih 20 K.uaplf' Ills full Ur. tCDlaas itrcu. vl brief urwat i sic MONTGOlfflERY WHITE SOLPHDR SPRIN8SrVA. rpHIS delightful watering place will be open 1 forthereceptlonof-vi!fltarsonlheWK--H: DAY OK JUNE NEXT. Extensive additions of new rnrnlturo have been added, and the proprietors are nuiiUug every arrangement lorthe tnniforl nnd con venience of visitors. . - This is the most beautiful and xleus.vely Improved of all the numerous waterinarpf.cen In the mountains ot Virginia. All tliuai appliances for the comfort and amusement of the guests are provided, and KxraQES.TfcaxT, Post and Tklkobaph 0rriCE3 are found here BIG- TPIUXNJXV h'.Tt,' on tho Va. and Tenn. division of tho A.M. and O. It. R-Is the station at which you take the car for the Springs distant 1JJ miles. Round trip tickets can beprocured at all the principal towns and cities. C. A. UAiJuocrtr, for twelve years the Resi dent Partner at the Alleghany Springs wi 11 assume the management. We employ none but the most experienced servants, and our suppllesof every description will he selected from the best the country aud cities ftflbrd. . , TERMS 52 SO per day; US per week; fSJ per month ; for the month of June, $18. Children under 10 and over 12 years old and servants, h!Ur P CALHOUN, WILSON COWAN, mil end ProT"-"" CAPON SPRINGS 0D BATHS, HAMPSIIIHE CO.j.WEST TA. ' ANY one In search of a really Medicinal Mineral Water and Bath.aral at.tha saioe. time a most charming and attractive summer resort, wiU do well to proenro and readout' descriptive pamphlet. Terms, 515 and tlS per week, with discounts on family bills, as staled in pamphlet. Apply to O.W.JONES & CO., DrusglstS,Memphls,orblltfcvLE( . myll eod Proprietors. W. I. MAN8FORD, JNO. A. ROUSH, II. U. DENT, J. Y. COCHRAN, CA.Bi.EHN; JOHNZENT. S.B. BOBBINS, Second Vice-President; li.. tii i.x.it. upeijutciiucui. Industrial Exposition of Conrt Streets, In the City of Memphis. OCEAN STEAMERS. TO AND ER0M LIVERPOOL, BALTIMORE AXD Ona of the steamers of this first-class line will be disnatched as follows : iiom xpooi. lima rcawmore MANITOBIAN Feb. 11, March 5 HIBERNIAN Feb. 25 March 19 NESTORIaN Ma-chll Aorll 2 PERUVIAN March 25 . April 18 HIBERNIAN A.pril8 April SO NBSTORIAN npril22 May II And every 14 days thereafter, and oftener If the service reaulrea it. Passengers forwarded to and from ail the firlnelpal places In England, IrelaniLScothuid, 'ranee, 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 j assart ox iurcner lniormauon apply to BCLKLEY & CO General Southwestern Agents, also xa HiwtlMn tr WATERING PLACES. VALHERMOSO SPRINGS, MORGAN CO., ALABAMA. EIGHTEEN Tulles from Huntsvllle by car riage road; twenty-five miles from Deca tur by boat or carriage. Here are White Sul phur and Iodine, Black Sulphurs and Iodine and Chalybeate waters in Inexhaustible sup pliesmore strongly Impregnated, says r dis tlnsnlshed chemist, than any similar waters In the United States. Hotel accommodations ample. Table wholesome and excellent. Ask all the guests of last year. Prices to suit the times, so tbat ltrtnsls cheaper here than at home, restored health and vigor are added as clear gain. Send for Circulars to J. R. PAYNTER & SONS, Proprietors. P.O.Valhermoso Springs, Morgan county Alabm-",Decatnr. my7 Lw EJH-SCDINr OP 1873. BERKELEY SPRINGS AND BATHS Bath, Morgan County, West Ya. Two and a half miles from Sir John's Run, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. FIRST-GLASS accommodations for five hundred guests. Dally mall, telegraph, all amusements fine music, etc. Excellent fishing and hunting, 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. TERMS per day; 20 per week: first month, $75; second month, 65. Children under ten and nurses, half price. Je23 A. R. POTTS ORGANS. WATE3S' C0KCS3T0 PAELCS 0SSAK3 Ike moil beautiful I. style curl purrees w im r.rr matle. Tie CO- 1 t JITO STOl' u M Dent rr punn in any .Orx3tn. 11 u prvdmceil . rn kit inM ! eullrl.y T I crI. the l.l rtT of Kin . most C1I.4R7I- Ii 4TWt SUl'I I3IITATIOX r tit banuti voire u si ruui. CT Titi l&ercl. A GREAT OFFER. HORACE WATERS A SOX, 4SlElTir.S.T.. v.!l dmom of lOO PIANOS tv OUGAJfS r' lInKLii m krrv iMWATERV. l extremely low lirlc- for msh, or part ea.. ffwf balance m smnll monihlT r.-i w .-Oetave nrt-clau I'IAXS. nil modern Improvj. nirtlt. inr 373 uj. OrESlM, 853. KVi, noi'BWRtxD onoAX?,sioot 4-vtop. II0rSTO8IS3.rirarrf. ILLUSTRATED CATAL"GVF,S MAILED d. o itamp. A lv ducoant to HittMfrwtCkunkent .'i.mfiiSiWj.Tmr-. ranee Scciet1n.Lcd3ft.nr ACiaTO WAXTEn. NOTICES, t-itrsiiant to the Drovlslons of an Act of Jtr Congress, approved March 3, lXZt, author izing the construction or a bridge across the .Mississippi river, at St. Louis, Missouri, by the St. Clair and Carondelet Bridge Company, tm nfnn-salil comnanv hereby elves notice to nil concerned, that they will, on or befoie the loth day or JULY next,suomiiioineoec minrv nf War. fnr his examination and ap proval, a design for a suspension bridge, con sisting ui IIU rilllllUVI 3 .i f.j. muuu.cu ft ranii. nnd two end SDans of three hun dred feet each, with an elevation of one hun dred reet aoove low water mar., xiiey win also file a map giving the proposed location oi tue linage, uw topogiapay in me uuuu u. the river at high and Tow water, the direction or the current at all stages, and the sound ings, showing accurately the bed of the stream, and furnishing such other Informa tion a may be, required for a full and satis factory understanding or the subject by tbe Secretary of-War , By order of Board of Directors of tlie St. I'lal r and Carondftet Bridge I ompany. mFbENDERSON, Secretary. St. Ia. MOJune30.l87X tylO TAGS. DBSNISOIS'S FATESI Oyer 200 millions have been used within the nastten years. -without complaint of loss by tag becoming Uetaenea. ah ri yi uunpamn use them. Kola "r NLillAn X3K.. BT! ATlT.T-iq n sib m i J. a ioo pages, boaad. Emy Parsicxiut sad Familt should have It. ItghmtaeCaasei,lVatare andCure of CHOLERA, YeU w Fever sad Cere-Dr-flItnln;itlsBpiaaIlior SpotttdFercr. It con tains Nsw Medicae. DiscovEHias of vital importance to the ErratB Hcmaii Family. Sold by aU book dealers. Addren the pobltihen, Jno. W. Johnson & Co., Su Louis, Mo. Box S729. Sent post-paid on receipt of i co. AGENTS WANTED. Established YEARS. jo us coMiruait. asd Txtioiura collxqe, BUi and Olive Sts., St. Z-ouis. Cl.-onIr tOmua EB3lba.aM 8yelmim .1 PrOQus. thlf, miRei rBKK. Wrtubrnn. KO VACATIOX. JOXATUAN JU.1I3, mrl. J. W, JOEXSOS, Ku'i Ttta. BKiiiKVsai;nian riciiooriaroraco Virginia. Jamei P. llnlcombo. LL. D., Principal ; William R. Abbott, Aate Prin cipal. The Ninth Annual wlon "r rWhool fOr Boys will begin kVi-,'vt!fu"-rul aud hsaltby location. J nil corps 0f In struimTg. l'npllsareeniVfreojLefaniHy; For lnrormationaddre either Principal, at BellevnalVO. if .11. sal ts P I A U iflbu SHERUT SALE. SHEBKT'S 23A1ZE -OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE On West Side of Shelby Street. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVJSN, That by l -virtue of s venditioni exnonas to me di rected from the Honorable Second Circuit 'kmrt of Snelbv county. Tennessee, in tb case of Spronle McCown vs. C. S. Cooper, ladgment rendered on the 21th day of Janua ry, is.i, ior the sum or nity-aix uoiibts, mm interest and costs or suit, to satisfy said lodg ment, etc., I will, on Saturday, the Sth day of August, 1873, At 11 o'clock a-ra-ln front at mvnSlea-?f&. ual Second street, Memphis, Tennessee:, pro ceed td seU, to the highest Udder, for oath, the following described property, to-wit: Part ot lot No. 4, block 17 feet by 75, situ ate on west side of Shelby street, adtelnisg lot 3 original plat, now assessed on tfee County and State tax-books as tlra property of Bastta Borland, (being the fame description of prop erty as recited in the levy made on the fib day of February, 1873, by Frank Brasses, D. and herein accurately described fraa the venditioni exponas above mentioned). Levied on as the propeity of defendant C S. Cooper, to satisfy said Judgment, Interest aad costs. Sale to commence at II o clock a.m. W.J. P. DOYLE, SherifT of Shelby county, Tern. A rkion A frnxxt, atWnevn jvW TRUST SALES. Trast Sale. By virtue of a deed of trust to me eraeated by W. II. Fair, on the 2d dtur of Km. tember. 4S70, and registered in the Register's office of Shelby county. State of Tennessee, in book No. 75, pace 4S9, the same betes made ior ine purpose or securing tno payment or certain notes therein desciibed and set forth, 1. wui, uu Monday, the 11th day of August, 1873, within legal hours, sell, at the foot of tho steps tn front ot No.2UMaln street, Mem Phis, Tennessee, to the highest bidder, for cash, the tollowlng described lot and premises, -to-wit: About two miles southeast of the city or Memphis, In the Euclid Borland rabdivlsfcra, being lot No. 33, as laid down on said piaa of subdivision of lands, having a frost one hun dred and two feet on the south aide of Pigeon Boost road, which said plan of subdlvlslen is of record in the Chancery Court of Memphis, in case of Mary C Trader vs. James M. Goggin etal,No.3S3,N.R.D. Title believed to be good but I will sell and convey only atftrustee. Equity of redemption waived. ' . Bu WYATT, Trustee. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a deed of trust to me executed on the 7th day of August, A. D. 1868, by Morris Doyle, to secure the navment of cer tain Indebtedness described In the trust deed, of record In the Register's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, In book No. 72, page 416, 1 will, as trustee, on Wednesday, the 6th day of August, 1873, between the hours of 10 aon. and 4 o'clock pjtu. In front of the county building, on Union street. In Memphis, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the following real estate: A certain tract of land situate, lying and betas In tbe county of Shelby, State of Tennessee, bounded as ioUows: Beginning at the east side o: the old Randolph road, at Doyle's southwest corner of his 5 acre home plaee; thence with the road south W east 2 chains and 96 links ; thence south 28 west 2 chains and (Slinks to a stake In the partition tine; thence west SfK" east 10 chains and 75 links to the east line of lot No. 9 of the Weakly and McLemore subdivision; thence north 59 west U chains and 84 links to the northeast corner of lot Neil of Weakly and McLemore subdivision, in the south side of an avenue; thence south 84Jf west 8 chains and 31 links toa stake north east corner of Doyle's said 5 acre home plaee; thence south 5 east 4 chains and 48 Unks to Its southeast corner; thence touth 7 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 equity of redemption specially waived In said trust deed, and the title is be lieved to be perfect, but I sell only as trustee. GEO. R. POWEL, Trustee. James H. Malone. attorney, etc. ly4 LEGAL. ADMEVISTKATOR'S SAJLE -OF BLUFF CITY OIL WORKS MACHINERY, ETC. rrtHE undersigned will sell at public auction , J. to the highest bidder, for cash, on Friday, August 8, 1S73, at the Bluff City Oil Works, on Charleston avenue, near the Memphis and Charleston railroad detiot. Momuhis. Tenn- all the ma chinery, presses, heaters, tanks, etc.. In said oil works, and lately used by G.T. Beaumont & Co., In the manufacture of cottonseed oH, etc., together witn ine sacxs, etc., useu m ces nectlon with the same; also, thirty-five bales cotton (re-glnnlngs), the stock of coUen-seed, oil-cake, eotlon-seed meal, etc., on hand ; also, office lumiture all belonging to the estate or G. T. Beaumont, deceased. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock ajn. Jnly25,lSTA. F. W. SMITH. Adm'r. Administrator's Notice. E A VINO been duly qtaallfled as Adminis trator of 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 forthwith. W. Lu CLAPP, Adm'r. 16 union st. Memphis, April 24. 1ST ap25 Adirunistrator's Notice. HAVING been duly qualified as Adminis trator of James Strain, deceased, aU 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 persons indebted to said estate are notified to settle forthwith. W. A. GOODMAN, Adm'r, No. 41 Madison street. Memphis, May 31, 1S73. mygl Altaclurierit Notice. Before P. It Winters, Justice of the Peace of Shelby county, Tenntssee. N. M. Moore, plain tin, vs. Samuel Clark, rji this cause affidavit having been made J. before me that the defendant, Samuel (iarlr- la Indebted to the Dlalntlff in the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars, due bv open account, ana also, inac saia aazuuei uart. is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee r and attachment having been Issued In this cause, and executed by servlns 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 fifty-three doUars and twenty-three cents: It Is therefore ordered by me. That publica tion be made, oneo a week for four successive weeks- In the Memphis Appeal, notlfylngsald defendant to appear before me, at my office. In the city ot Memphis, on Monday, Septem ber 1, 1873, at ten o'clock ajn. , and defend this suit, or the same wUI be tried exparte. P.M. WINTERS, J. P. Memphis, August 1, 1873: au3 Executrix Notice. HAVING "been- duly qualified as Executrix 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 be barred; and all persons Indebted to said es tate are hereqy requested to come forward and make settlement at once, anl H M. MOON. Executrix. InsolTent Notice. HAVING suggested the Insolvency of the. estate of M. H. Chambers, deceased, to the County Court Clerk of Shelby county, Tennessee, and said Clerk having ordered that publication be made In some newspaper pub lished In said county, and also at the court house door; . . , , This Is to notify all persons having claim against said estate, to appearand file the same with said Clerk, authenticated in the manner prescribed by law, on or before the second day OI it O Vlsm LrCi lOo , auu, nuj vui" on or before said day, or before an approprta- . . . ... . .).. , ,,. fm.rn.huMd Vuit M In law and equity. This May 2, 1878. tayj J. M CREWS. Administrator. 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