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JOIBoeJ So. 18 HutiMa bittet.
Mas. EnrtT Bt-oM'-TL0-15
'" " S"r:?rr, Hatms. union n.
g'T M1 tK5. cnrnH0rPnd and Adams.
" Jmits L. A.a.anyx.jg iyo" trt-
f.un Poor. 88 Ma-dinon streat.
S"bS'. Planter.' In.. Building.
A. B1Fahki.ai'd. 11W and 197 Main street
Aminnulilnn. Unna, me.
i ttoSobwill A Co.. 177 Main itreet.
Wai.lacb A Giw"-, 3S9 Second itreet.
l ... Ala IMHI)L
Fam PrKurBBT A Co.. 13 Court ttreet.
" " Itollrr Worfce.
Blniilnv Htirl frlnttnic.
W. I). Maybiblo. an Main ttreet.
Fbabcis Puling. 200 Main itreet.
P. Haoh, 411 Main "'root- ,
Mabbh A Vabbsb. 46 Beal street.
t . Harder, 245 Mam streot.
P. Aplbb Ba'8 B"1 f""
Wii.M:li.bb. 221 Main street.
John W. Vobobli, 344 Main street.
G,u. W. Mubllkb. 681-, Jcfterton ttreet.
K. Hibbokb. 7 Vashington ttreet.
Blnir vttr laoadry.
Pioharp Shabp. 228 Second ttreot.
Baker stnl nnntctlfnera.
l,KOB(is Huh. 416 Main street.
H. 0 1 ack. 126 Beal ttreet.
J. J. Tannbb, 84 Front itreet.
hTbousb & Smith. 88 Baal streot.
Chab. Dkckr. eornerof Baal and Shelby.
f. Sbidbl. 137 Union itreet. .
Hooka and lory.
Clbavbs Cabbbb, 288 Main street. '
Mrs. W.J. Manbfobp, eur. Sooond X ptonroo,
Rook Mnal. Hlaaoa, EM.
H. 0. Hollbmbbbb. 2M Main itreet.
Boarding-. I.iery and Bala Stable,
IUli A Co.. Union ttraat.
H M. Rorbrtsob, 356 Main ttraat.
X. A. LsnniB. 238 Main street.
Cubis. Hkttisokb. 189 Second ttraat.
Play at PsABonv Billiard Hall.
PUT hilliarda at Willbtt's. 37 Adanu ttraat.
4n 1 n aulna
Pratt 1m Co.. 292 Front ttraat.
..a . . Ratnttf rt rfcar.
Owbk Lii.lt. 61 and 63 Union ttraat.
A. K. flti.LBH, W Front ttraat.
Johh NiTQBit. 398 Main ttrcet.
tto SdHPt.Tiie. 128 Poplar ttraat.
T. V. Callara, 224 Third ttraat.
B. Rkprb. 11 Washington ttraet.
loHwana k VAJfflS. 305 Main ttraat. .
h. A. L. Lowkti. 238 Main ttraat.
N-. Smo. nndor Wnrsham Home.
. v'J, u .,n MtrnatT-
Junes Schalbcha. 147 Wathinyton ttraat.
Cltrnrn and TnbHCro.
Bof.Cof K-AM. 200 Main atTnat.
.1 T. WiLSfiH. m and 80S Mam ttraat.
bARTQBics k Rmvio. 48 .lofrarron ttraat.
Chlnn and onwwr.
W. ft B. Jack ft Co.. 224H Main ttraat.
rnpp-ratrHiha. Bh-t.tii Wart-".
Moti.ht ft Co.. Staam Fittr and Blaek-
tmitht, Borner iwamei ann ruimp
Iy4nT. "aiilnir nH Wparto;.
Tatlor. Jot Co.. 12 Main ttraat.
P. CrTLiR. 21KMain rirw.
Wao!i A 8xa. emfajnnjdJajrertonj
F. Ooootbab. nndar Ovrton Hotel.
... a.... llU.l. .(Mat
1. V . iYI'fBin . "
,I.iWaitb. 184 Main ttra't.
AiPRrwRnsiraRT. or. iy ain nj ar m,
Krai and f Inflrtrta-T.
Da. L. Ta. Coi.bvaK. 4T7K Main ttrwt.
Ffna .ijnr ta luara.
3' kt Fiti.ix'a. -.11 Main ttraat;
y aj,mriraad Tat,
Cpa"! A. M'U.R. " nf Flaiaahmann
Co Oaim. Yaaaf. tor, Hfcnnd and Jaolrton.
g n. BARAtT, nrwrof Matin and Monroa.
- ant 1 -( n
BKTao! CAVig?8 Main rtrfet.
a, MA 1 (1C U.in at.Hf
(4os A. Morti. cor. BbUijT and Pouth ttraaU.
.lAr 0fixi.au. . E. Mr, aohot I.inUen.
D ORivriK. Tfi Peonnd trati alto feed.
p'Drvitt. 218 Poplar ttreet.
Pat Korr.R. 410 Main ttreat
V MrVm.TT.lM Beal ttraat.
JaiHK MclaAnaHLiy. S68 Main ttraot.
WarntMORR Jlorm. hoard 8S to 110 ar weak
Cni.BRA HorK. h. LaCroix. Pro nrjator.
Mnl, Sfta at Fravkuit HoroR. 18 Adamt at.
Mozart HonaR V " n,"Vi m STS..
OrRR TRKRjloTRLj'oard 1 rV par day.
" itnlr Oaaa1.
ytn. M. L. RoDKRRW4Main i Jrtraet
K. Part. 17 Main traw-t
uir prra'rr and Hair Oaoda.
CnTRrR", isomer Conrt and Second st.
Iran, laafa aad Jail Warks.
A. V' P"Hn.T. 119 Jeffarton ttraat.
. ...a-flM. I.lfa. Kte.
c"iotow Masov, ? iMadiaoB "raat.
Orrrhr ft LrnA. 18 Ma.li.on ttr-at.
W T ToLtao.n Madiann Btrajt
I rnn aad H. .
Joan MAiroo'iR. W Main ttraat. i
A. Prrhr-. 2 Main ttrt.
,amhar. Toar, aaati, r.t.
T;ap. SS "O"1 f'ond rtraat.
K. kiRTi.AND 4 Co.. 109 and 111 Unioi tt.
' Maura. J ".anfaajtarjr.
Jorni C1.AT1XJ19 BaajjtrMt.
nil.iaarfj and Ftraaa ttahtat;.
Mrs. Pam.ii MainjMraat.
Mi Pittl. S.V! and 8S8 Mam ttraet.
SI.' M A Oabrrtt, Beal .treat.
SSI Bt i M ACi'TT,"., 240 Main tt.
M. PRRorr. 315 Mam ttreet.
fr r'""-. So". ntTaVarton. Mai.
T 'r.V Klliot. and DeRot, ,u.
H. DAi.n-!i.KR. I0" Main and 1 16 AjHmf
J. A. MoCarvwb Co.. wholetala. .447 8hlby.
BcHiixiso A Bao.. (W Jefferaoo atraat.
Om. Tboa. as Ponlar ttraet.
Raxpoi.nn. :4 Union pireet.
Job B.kv.i'aiio. 841 Main ttraet.
M'Irot. sa peeona twaaj.
Sfrata. ajrarrrla-a. Vtr.
AnraoBT Saia-. meat. 107 Vanca ttraat.
j .rrt ft Soa. 44 and fi PnHar .traat.
Rtrwa aai koiaaaarr.
t". t. tiiTW. 1M Main, opr.. OrartaM Hotal.
P. OnraRt.a.gea'ond. nr Pw.1 rtfje...
" oy.lart. Uaaaa, Bl
. Ct.rkrrt. f-ai .
. . . . n m Rnana. Kffaa.
O. P. Paaaa-iTT A Co. JTMaiB ttreet.
a.ivnut, M. P.. S-'! Seeond ttraat.
IfKS.B-ita'l' Third ftreet.
lii J.'iaa p T. Main atra-t.
Robt. K. AB'Boa. aW Main at .
I ; pi amber and flu Fitter.
0. Rkjitiiaupt, 316 Front Row. '
CardaR pordoi.. Armstuoho'b, 211 Main it.
J. H. MortsroR. 249 Main ttraat.
S. Oodin. SiUM Main itreet.
Cardt W per dui. I P. F. Hibop. V! Beal tt.
. F. Davis, 2 Seeond itreet.
Pnlatte and Olle.
0. Qoacrbwbubb! 4 Co.. 390 Main ttraet.
O. W. MoOhbi, 5 Adamt ttreet.
Jamrb Hall A Co., 116H Beal itreet. Plattia
blate Koonnc lompany.
Real atalate Broker.
n. L. Goiow, 81 Sooth Court street.
ReilaaraaU and Haloona.
MxanHAKTa. corner of Second and Madison.
Johns', Not. 6. 7 and 9 Court ttreet.
won. lib itorsB, ineait fl, do jenernon it.
Haw and Plaailnar Hill.
Joww Zbht, Front itreet. opp. Oat Workt.
W. Z. Mitohrll, Principal. 803 Third ttreet,
Frb7 JWAH'S Batiko arc Tbpbt Co, 44 Beal tt.
.,. VIA RAt .
DHUTII at aiaaaa.uig a.iia.u g.iogv
Rmaaia MarHiNl Co..273 Main .treat.
Wilsob MachimbCo.. oor Adami and Seeond.
Stoves, TIB Ware and Orate.
Risk A Johnsou, 806 Main street.
L Flirt ft Co., 151 Main ttraet.
Tailoring;, t'lenu- Ins; and Kepalrlns;,
W. M. Lobb, 17 West Court ttreet.
Habsob ft Wai.ibb, 26 6econd ttreet.
Thob. 8wak. 232 Third itreet.
FLAHRBTT. MaBI-BT hULLITAB, 311 DeOOHQ,
a II llr. aiT Km.. S29 Main ttrret.
John Walsh, 344 Seeond and 15 Winchester,
Wholesale and We tall Heat Store.
0. Mk tBL 4 Co., 77 Main ttreet.
Wall Paper, Ele. ,
L. M. I)ba ft Co., 381 Main itreet.
svatehea and Jewelry,
V. 3. 'i batib. 808 Second street.
K. la. Miimor. 803 Main itreet.
J. Bk.'R, 77 Beai ttreet.
0rnoi aopss Fi 8 a.m. to 6 r.n. t Oovmt,
a.m. I r.M.
a.m. I r.
MeniT.hiiftOhio K. K.
H 11 Il.iW.
Mitiifsippl ft Tennes-
tea K. K. UailT.
Memphis ft Little Rook
Hitt. river to I-'elena A
Friar's P't daily.
Mift. river t St. Louis
White Rivar 8eml
Weekly Tnes. ft Sat.
Ark river, semi-weakly
Tuesday and Saturday
Mon., Wed., Fri.
Toes, and Fri.
SortTn MrnrHrs. No lia-meeta id Friday
I, taeh month-at Odd Fellowt' Hall. W.
M Brookt.W M. j A. J. Wheeler, Secretary.
Abobroba. No. 168 meeti lit Monday in
ivory month, at Odd Fellows' Fall ooraer
Conrtand Main. John Gordon. W. M. s II.
laRLiA Scott, No. 289 meets 1st Thursday
f each moT-th at Odd Fellow-' Hall. Wm.
Frank. W, M. ! A. S. Myon. Secretary.
DbSoto, No. 2& meeta 3d r'riaay or each
month-4'dd Fellows' Hall. Bun. F. Price,
W M.R.W, fihelton, Scretary.
Kilwibbiro. No. ?41 mett 4th Friday of
ach month at dd Fellnwt' 1I11. Richard
Creighton. W. M.I Jas. B. Carpenter, Secre
tary. 10TAL ARCH.
Pb Chaptp., No. 22 meets 2d Monday of
each month at Masonic Hall in O.yo.o
Block. A.J.Wheeler, aM. K. H.P.;J. J.
JlRi.i'ntB Cha-tir. No. (K-insets at Ma-
rr.ii twt AnvAin HI'iaV. Art Mnnntv nf
"aeh month. W. S. Matthewt. M. K. II. P.
R, W. Bnelton,Beretary.
a. Airn a. at.
EcRif A Cor; roil. No. 6 rceets 3d Thurt.
dav of each month at Mafooic HalJ. In Gay-
otoB1oo. G. Kader. Ih.Ill.: C. U.Myen,
CiRRWR ,owia!thbt No. 4 m)tA4th Mnn
'av of each mc"h. J. M. Pettierew, E. C. I
T J. Barchnt. Rec.
C t.t art (.'paptrk or Pj-br Croix. 18ta. No.
I rha'le W. Adnmi. Kl, M.'. W..': D.
Tomlititon. S2d. feeo,
o. o. r. I3IXI.4TOXT.
Odd Fe'lwt.JJtlall, ooraer Main and North
Mbv"TS Iaonor. No. 6 meeta every Tnes-
d-. Wm. W. Humphrey., n. u.i ''.
Milton. V. G t L. 6. Burr. beereUryj E. F.
0H1CRAS4W I.odov. No. 8 meets every Mon -dav
nirht. Ben Freiberir, N. -i K. B
j"et. V. R- "rayt-r. R. 8.i Thoinat
Bacon. P. S.: joHnuoii. irea.urer.
Kchillf. Lopns. No. 4o-roets every W.d-oa.d-iv
niitht. J. O. Schmid', N. O. : Henry
Hchilllnv, '. G t Chas. Corner, baoreUryi
Henr Harder, xreasurer.
B a kb ri i.opob, N o. 147 meets every Friday
nUK J. T. Lee, N. G. ; J. J Ross. V G. t
.T. H. Bhepherd, P. and R. B.i J. S. Wllklnt,
Bi.ryy Citt Lopor, No. 187 meets every
Tuc.lav evening at 260 Second .'rcet. . w.
t." Crook. N. G. i R. 0. Ryan, V. G. : W. H.
Moyston, Secretary; C. Grott. Treasurer,
Gatobo KKCAarMRBT, No. 8 meets na the
I at and 3d Thurt'lay nights of each month.
Dan'l Rhlott. CP.: Charles M. C'.-rroll, H.
P. : John L. Graff. S. W. ; John A. Holt, T.
Frank Underwood, I. W.
Mfuphis Ercawvurbt. No. 99 meets "d and
4th Thurtdav nirhtt of each mon.b- Tbot.
L. Ritk. C. P.i Joa Locke. H, P.: W n M.
Horoan, S. W.; H. B Cu'len, 8crih: T. S.
Bingham, Treasurer: U. Bacier, J.W.
Mrmpris Diorrb Lokor No. 8 Meett irtt
aturdayof each month. C, M. Carroll. D.
M.; D. C. Trader. D D. M.t K- R. Jack. A.
I). M.; Thomas 8. Bingham, becy; Chat.
Tbbbrbbrb Lopob No. 5 Meets
..... U .Hrt.a.v nlrht t 2X0 Kccond
itreet, Vinoent Block, opposite Court Square.
i j Mnr.n. (,. C a. W. L.Crook. V.C.i
Geortre Mallery. K. of R. and 8j H H. Cole
man M. or ' .: A. unnn, n. 01 a,; v. ia,
P.; C. B. MeClean, P. C.
a .. . . T.tna T,onr;B No. 1SMeett every
Monday niabt at 260 Second street, incent
Block, opposite Court Square. J. W. Ander
son, C. C. : J.J. Ko. V. C. : C. A. Burr. M.
K. : B. H. Coleman. Jtt. r. v. . n-anaru, av.
R. B. ; F. M. Haley. P. C : J. C. W alston. P.
Nattiha Trvplb of H. Ann T. No. 1 meets
every WvinaaaKiay night at Vi o clock at new
Masonic hall. Gayco Block. Main street.
P. M. Haley. W. C. T.: J. F. Conrad. W. V.
T. : G. W. rider. W. R. t Alt. H. White, W.
Y. a j John W.r,rhm. W. lr.: G, K- Tate.
W. C: B. ?. Ri.k. W. G.: A. Hunn. W. S.
CURCl'LATKS AMONG ALL THB MER-
chants in the Vi hits and Red river Tal
ler. Is tlio People's Organ.
Mac rait merchants will and this a good
medium ta make their business snownua uie
country merehanu ia that sectioa partio.
J at CO at rsvLicu,
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
, NONETa , 1 v
Poblic Lboobr Orrics,
Maiiynn. Tans.. Daoembor 31. 1874. J
Business in financial circles is queit
with the supply of currency equal to the
demands of trade. ' The banks discount
all first-class paper offering at 1012
cent. V annnm; on tbe streets money ti
in active demand and rules at It&tt
cent, month. Brokers are paying
HOiailOi for cold, with few trans
actions. Exchange is in fair supply and
easy: on New York and Eastern points
buying at jc discount and selling; at par)
New Orleans is quoted at Jo discount
sight bills on all points rule at Jo dis
count. : There is little or nothing doing
in local and foreign securities, and no
transactions worthy of note, and rates
are nominal and unchanged.
Memphis 6't, eurrenoy.-
Memphis 6's, gold-bearing..
Nieolion parenient scrip.......
Shailhv nountv warrants
Charleston railroad lteckt..... .12
Tennecsee new ieua....... .....SO
Tennaitiee Stata warrants 90
1 FRIIOHT TARIFF.
The following are freight rates, fj ewt.
compreiaed ootton to the points named:
All Rail. River and Kail.
. 1 00
. 1 05
. 1 10 ,
. 1 08
. 1 05
, 1 09
Liverpool, via N. Y.
New Orleans, all rail and all river .tl 00
Liverpool, via ew uneant, iieaminip
Liverpool, via New Orleani, sail... ..
Receipts and thipmenti of sotton ainos Jut
Friday evening at all United States ports art
Net receipts 07.403
K i ports to Great Britain ........... 19.1i3
Exports to France.....-.. ...... 9,u29
K a ports to continent 7.403
Exports eoastwiie.......... . none
Stock .- 838.145
The following ii the weekly report ef receipts.
sales, etc., at Liverpool for the past week:
Sales for the week 52,000
For export. 4,000
To speculators 5,000
Stack on hand...... 685,000
Total adoat 464,000
American afloat 348,000
Actual ex ports - ....... 6,000
Koceipts lor the week 104,000
Kmw Tnu. December 31. 10:20 a.m. Cotton
is neglected, witu prices irregular ana nomi
Good Ord!nary. ia-
Low Middlinc......... . 137
Middling . iU
Alabama...... ......... 14H
LITRXPOOL, December 31. 2:30 p.m. Cotton
onena ouiet. Uolandl. 7ad: tlrleaUS. 4d.
balos. 10,000 bales, ol whlob lUUt were for ax-
port and ipecuiauon.
For additional and latest market re
ports, see third page.
The following quotationi fare !for orders
from store and tmall lots la a jobbing way:
APPLKW Medium to choice. 12 50(3500
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR Per bbl 8 .50(39 50.
BKAN-Steadv: wheat. 824 00(925 00 W ton:
81 20-81 25 H 100 lbs: corn bran. 23 50924 50.
BACON Clear sides, loVlOc: clear rib
Ma-.. yTOlOHe: shoulders. VMiVAex hams.
sugar-cured, 139'4c: breakfast bacon, 13(it
13'4c; mess porx.si aui.u uu doi. iiuix
shoulders, l&Vic: clear rib lidei. 9J(910'4o:
clear tides, 10Va 10o i bamt, new sugar
cured, 13f14c. ,
J1KA."M fii VXl 13.
BUTTER Common. 20iw25c; choice, 35(938c.
MAILING STUFFS AII U TIES Bacarina. 2
and 2H lbs. 1331Kc; on orders, Klo higher.
Baline twine. 14(315c: iron ties, 6&7e.
BtllaJJlSaU MAiamALaB in iiore prices
are: Cement, laouisvine, ez dn: ivosenaaie. i
bbl, 2 65(81 ; hair, 8 fc(i2 50 40-lb bale;
bale; plaster. Michisran, 3 50; Mew Yorx,
4 00: lime, per bbl, 1 40.
('OW.)'KAS S2 432 60.
COCOANUTS-Per 100. 6 50.
,'riKPKK-Kio tt lb. common to choice. 20
25u: Java and Laguayra. 2'0i33o.
CA.MLlt.v-Biar, in. it.(givo.
CHICKENS Old. 82 0033 00: choice bent.
CUA.L.U1 ia tt gaiion, uoisc; special rates
for larire lota.
CORN Yellow thelted. 8586c: new ear in
tackt. 85(587e: white. 87S90c.
COKN-MEAia Kiln-dried, full weishti.
UOTlO-lltS-BC m ID.
COTTON YARNS No. 600. 12ai3Ko: No.
500. HfSHVCc: No. 400, lftaitic.
CABBAGES 6 W310 00 tt per 100 for sound
C'UEF.SE New Factory, 15ai6V5c; English
dairv. Hdla'iej rates irregular.
Ull ESTiN U I f uy the barrel, ii 00 per ouin.
CTTOiN-SKELt 88 00 W ton on landing:
18 50 delivered.
CELKRY-Per dot.n, 5075j.
CH ANliEP.KIES Per barrel. U 30(812 00.
COTTOS-bEKli OlL-Crude,at4143oi yel
low. MfS5e: o'l-meal, 8i2 tt ton.
DRIED FRUIT Apples, 4S5c; peaches,
DKUGS-Opiuin. 18 50: quinine
nunoe:morrhine.6 25 ounce: camphor. TTKo
per pound; chlorotonn, 1 50 VI pound; castor
oil, 2oe tt pound; borax, ao tt pound: blue
mass, in iars. 1 10 tt pound; oalouial. 1 iHl a
pound: indipo, 75(30 50 tt pound; uifoeti
dar. 55c tt pound: tartaric acid, ti'-e; tulp'aurie
sold, So tt noiind; aloohol. 2 00 41 gallon:
iodide potash. 5 60.
lH'CKS Quietat 83 0l33 50.
rlSU Mackerel No. 1. bbla, 14 75$ 15 00;
half-barrels. 7 OAKS" 50: kits, 150170; rre'S.
kits, 225i250 No. 2. barrels, 12 00(91250;
hulf-barrels, 6 7!(17 00; kits 125186. No. 3,
larKe barrels. 11 ISK911 50; blf-urrels. 5 754
6 25; kits, 1 lf'l 20. White fish. No. 1. half
barreli, 7 (XM.1 50; family. 4 50t5 Ou. Cod. in
toxes, per lb, 6-tVc; bainelest, 9c. Herri nv,
smoked, 50c; roe herrings, half-barrels, 4 00(9
FLOCK Super and extra, 84 SOUS 25; fam
ily and fancy brands, 6 50(97 60 tt bbl; infe
rior. I4&4 "0.
FISH Dried cod, extra large, drams, 6J4c:
GAME Ducks, 81 50 to 3 00 per dor.cn;
prairie chickem. 2 50 to 3 60 per doien ; quails,
2 00 to 2 23 per dozen; venison, 3 to 6c per lb.
GRITS 80 00 26 W bbl.
tt bEK-teady at 84 6035 00.
GROt ERIK'S Surer, crushed, powdered
and granulated lb in baiTel, llX912r; toft
refined yellow and white in barrets, lOajllo;
brown and yellow in bhds, lOHSc. Molasset,
Louisiana, new, in barrels, 5080c; lugar
house syrupt nominal. Salt, domestic, bv the
carload, 82 10.92 15 tt 280-lb bbl. Ulce, 9l9Hc.
Starch . 5Ve. Soda, 7C48e.
GLASS tx8,7i9. 8.5 75 ; 7x10(98x10, 8 75;
9x11(10x13.7 25; Ilxl4'la:xl7. 8; UxlH6x20.
tW 25: 14x22(416x24.810. Te the trade a dis
count of 50 at cent.
H0RSKKADI3HE8 Per barrel. 8 00.
H0MINY- barrel. 85 00(t5 5.
HAY tt ton, prairie, 814 on917 00; mixed,
$19 0W21 00; tin-othy,826 00C-!7 00.
HARDWARE. EIC.-Bar iron. lb. if
4'e. Boiler plates, government stamped,
4J-ac: charcoal boiler No. 1. 8'c: Ore bed iron.
No. 10 to 14. 6(?V: charcoal bad, 8Sc sheet
iron, No. 26 to 27; 7Ke; sheet iron. No. H to
ni 1 .-- . k I K. a. IK UL.. . . I w
llabs, 6Vil steal slabs, lt.oi plow wings, 9
6i; horae-shoe iron. 6 x; bollowara e!t
init, fni-Vie ; tpring st.el, 17Hc; east steal,
'CiTr--- axea, dotea, 12416; boiler rivets, V
HIDES. ETC. Dry deerskin. SG36o; sheep
pelu. 1 1141 M: flint hides. l891Wc; dry Baited.
18c: rreen salted. 8V: green, 9412c.
KR.l T-Newin store, 8 75(9v 0 per barrel
and 5 Vi per half-barrel.
LEMONS 87 5waa) 50 box.
LIVE STOCK-Uuiet,- beef eatUe. 193H;
good, 4(iHc; ehoioe,;5a'. and tcarea. Cows
and calve, dull at 815 0n40 fsi. Sheep, choice
4,'95c. Hors, 7i37Sc all rtosi weixbts.
Mules. 8110.4140. Ilnrses, 609lU0; choice,
llZOdur. Oxeo, 81:5.
LARD Tierces, H'Y414c: kega,H!v915c;
pails. 15'ic: cases.
MATCHES. BLACKlMt. KTC. We quote t
Matches tt gross, 300 in box, 7 5Hj parler,
groee, 8 ('(sS 50; Dixon'a stove polish.
Eross, 6; .Mason's blacking, tt gross. 495;
arge. 8 5W4.
MEAT, i REsn-Beef, foreoaaHers. Sffl3:
hindquarters, 5-iJoc. tbeep, by the carcass, I
&N AILS-IS 7MI4 00 tt kec.
;.AVAL STORES-kesin, bbl; virgin.
5 (J; 6; No. 1. 4 75; No. t 4 60; pitch,
bbl. V; Ur. bbl. 7 50; half bbl. 4 5.1;
Manilla rope. lb,l4l8V; r-iaal, ltVSKtV;
tarred rope, 15c; tar taariin, S5ot spaa yara,
2: eakam, tt bale, aary, 5. Americas aavy.
6 b; best nary, 6.
OAIS Choice. TITV tt bushel.
O.MON5-S4 5.a.- 00 tt bbl.
POTATOES Aoecrd ing te lite aad quality,
I favat. 75 tt bbl.
PAINTS Linseed oil. II 05 boiled. 1 P9
tarintine. 4Ac; Japan dryer. 1 10; patty,
bulk. 4c: bladders, 4'-e; varnish, ceach, 3 'ata;
coral. No. 1. 1 75; are-proof paint, dry, 3He;
Veieliu red, drv, Cookeon's, net yeliow
ochre, dry. 3e: whit lead, lnVl!S.
I ICKLLS-New, per barrel, 10 50; half-barrel.
PIG8FEBT Per keg. I 60.
TINNKRH' KV0CK Tin plate, IC, 10x14,
box, 14: IC. 14x20. 16 tlC. 12x12. 14 50; IC.
nofing,13; IX.loii4.17lIX. 14 20; 18; IX,
12x12. 17 75: sheet iron, boiled. Not. 26 and
27,6i(!7c do.ohlrooal, W-4'490) do. galvan
ised, 14(415o: Russia iron, 24c I imlMtion do,
lie; sheet lino. 13ot iron wire, 9(flftc ; soldier,
23(9250 ; lead, 10o; cupper pits, 38c; metallic
28c; block tin. 40c.
TURKEY'S In fair demand at 17 00d12 00.
VINEGAR Good to choice, 17320o, and
common. He per gallon.
. W I1ISK V Proof, per gallon, as in age and
quality. 8125,7 00.
WHEAT-Seed yarieties lolling at II 603
1 60 per bushel.
WOOD AND WILLOW WARB-Buokets.
doien, brass-bound, cedar, 2 and 8 hoops,
I'.ifitlO; painted, i 40; tubs, painted, nests of
8, 1 2634 60i No. 1.18 60; No. 8, No. 3. ;
churns, pine, 16 to 22 incbei, 8310; cedar,
iron-bound, 14 17e: cedar, brast-bound, 16-9
20; well buckets. 5(97; washboards, wood, 225;
line, t 40; ax-handles, 1 759 4 60; measures,
bests of 6. 1(91 76. : .
FACTS AND F1NCIES.
New York girls pad their insteps.
The best Scotch yarns are Scott's nov
els. . ; .,.., '
' The tints of diamonds are modified by
heating them. ;
It is better to do more than simply re
member the peor.
The weight of fish must be deter
mined by tbe scales.
Many musicians, as well as poets,
make the muse-sick.
Motto for boarding houses We study
to plcass oureelvcs.
Wise mot'uers try to husband their re
sources and their daughters.
Great works are performed more
through perseverance than strength.
The proper way of saluting a writing
master is to say, "How do you Sourish?"
A female "mind reader" guessed
that her lover was going to kiss her.
There is something very friendly about
a man who tells you to call again with
your little bill.
A Chicago man claims to have discov
ered an honest gas metre. Understand
a Chicago man claims it.
The emotional Miss Tennie C. Claflin
is reported to have become the prepon
derating moiety of a Mr. John Green.
People will talk about something, and
in Philadelphia they are discussing the
style of monograms for horse blankets.
He provoked me to loving him," was
a Rochester girl's excuse for engaging
herself to a man whom she had always
professed to hate.
In the village of Sheridan, Oregon,
they utilize the church on week days by
taking out the seats and using the floor
as a croquet ground.
An Ohio farmer who hasn't a , brass
rooster swinging on the top of his barn
as a weather-vane can't expect his
daughter to move in good society.
"Fanny" writes from Brooklyn to tflk
why it is that all the young men who
have donned "new" overcoats this
winter smell so of benzine. A'ew York
Tons of postal cards without addres
ses are destroyed in the Dead Letter
Office, because people write their mes
sage first and then forget to address
This would be a sandy desert of lone-
someness if women were not privileged
to attend auction sales and pay mere for
an old bureau than a new chamber set
A burning building at Ira, N. Y., was
saved the other day, in the absence of
water, w,ith whey from a neighboring
cheese factory. This is a new whey of
In nearly all cases the nnturnl capacity
and area of the chest are sufficient for
all the uses of respiration. But the
capacity of the chest may be diminished
by the habit of stooping.
Julien Hawthorne relates that, his
father advised him to earn an honest
living in any way rather than be an
author. But the young man, like other
young men, didn't take advice.
Some time ago an enterprising au
tumn wasp started a nest over night in
Joyce's trowsers, and when he thrust
his leg through uext morning, the whole
town wasn't big enough to hold him.
There is nothing half so sad la life as
the spectacle of ar. auctioneer attempt
ing to sill fifteen thousand dollars worth
of goods to an audience whose aggregate
and tangible assets foot up thirty cents.
A Fitchburg, Mass., conductor stopped
his train the other morning for a woman
who was rushing wildly after it. She
thanked him warmly, casually remarked
that she had forgotten to kiss her hus
band, made good the omission, and then
strolled home again.
Robert Dale Owen freely admits that
if he could have seen Katie King exca
vating a pile ef buckwheat cakes only
fw hours before going into the cabinet,
he would have known that such an ap
petite could never have been developed
in tbe atmosphere of Paradise.
"December in hit Icy bond"
The stifled landscape locks and blanches.
And shrieks across hit froien poods.
And whittles ia the aaked branches.'
"Heaven Mesa you," said John Henry,
"It was the prettiest fight yon ever saw.
She punched away at ths ivory keys like
mad, and the piano forte nobly."
It is all right for the girls to imitate
gentlemen's fathioas in dressing their
hair, in the pocket on the hip, in tbe cuff,
collar, lappels, hats, coat tails, etc., but
when they adopt tbe slouchy bahit of
walking around with their hands stuck
ia their jacket pockets, isn't the imita
tion rather too close?
The laws of Paris are so framed as to
constitute a strong persuasive to honesty
on the' part of tradesmen. Jewelers are
obliged to distinguish plated from gen
aiae ware by the word "imitation"
placed where the customers cannot fail
of seeing it If a grocer is detected sel
ling adulterated articles he is beavily
fined; bis name and place of business is
published at his own expense in the
official journal, and be iisVompelled to ex
pose in his store for a specified time a
placard stating that he has been fined
for selling adulterated goods.
Deeds of 01ft,
Blanks for D epositlons,
WRIT Of FORCIBLE EHTRT AKD
Writ ot Possession,
Etc., Ete., Etc.,
The LFaDGER OFFICE
ITALIAN. AMERICAN AND TALADKOA
marble at very low pricei, as follows:
It.aA.tn.a. 9 Atal with amfflrait. airarl fnnt-
atone, loitered ...... I 8 00
Headstones, Hi feet, with socket and
footstone, lettered....... 12 00
.T..a,..n. 1 Cot with n.lra.t aind foot-
stone. lettered - 16 00
And alt other sites in proportion. Italian
HU Aiaaoricnia iuiia;a " ' ... j , .............
round, and full sice, 8150. Also Italian mar
ble spire monument), 7 feet high aud lettered,
1 ft,) Tl,.. ... ... tn.a, than mnrhlai was
ever told at in Memphis before. Designs sent
to too country tree ei cnarge. rauiwouu euro
ing at reduced rates.
Rx-108 THOS. M ATDWFT.L. 88 TTplon t.
THE OLD RELIABLE.
JL R A N I L I N
Blank Book Manufactory
V a I,
i.s. U A X "X - - 1 "i aTl. a . . -
' ' a-'
15 West Court ftreet, Memphis.
K.C.TOOK, t 1 Proprietor
00KS B0C5D AND M ANtTACTliRKD
tmn - ..... ,1 ' r tai that flMBMT B. Mil in
the eeontry.lbe Kaetara market aot esoepted
la quality or price.
Fine lawk exthe ax-laity.
' Wf a'
MILLIONS ARE MADE
T1VERY WEKK IN WALL STREET. WE
yj issue a weekly paper and pamphlet show.
iiig tlie various methods of operating in Stock!
and Uold. Sample copy free. Double privi
loget negotiated on members of the S took Ex
change. Mocks bought on small margin.
Collection! made. J. llickling 4 Co., Hunk
ers and brokers, 72 Broadway. New York. ;
Trustee's Sale. ' ,
BY VIRTUE 0Vk CERTAIN TRUST
deed made by R. W. Serugg on December
12, m to me as Trustee, to secure L. P. C.
Harford certain Indebtedness therein men.
tioned, whioh trust is of record in the Regis
ter's office of Khelby eosrtr. Tn",ae. in
Record Book No. 09, page 07, 1 will on
Monday, December 28, 1874,
on the premises in Qermantown, Terin., tell
at public auction to the highest bidder, for
cash, a certain store-house and lot described
as follows: Beginning at the southeast oor
per of the lot, the same being the nort'oeast
corner of the Miller lot, and thence running
north and fronting on Bridge street thirty feet
to the southeast corner of U. W. Thomas lot:
thence west leventy feet with (i. W. Thomas'
line; thence south thirty feot to ths Miller lot;
thence west seventy feet to the beginning.
The tame being the lot Improved for R. W.
Bsruggs by Douglass A Featherston in ls73.
Eauity of redemption ipeoiully waived. Title
believed k'TfygATHERSTOy. Trustee.
2582 A. D.J , . . )
- Attachment Notice.
In the First Circuit Court of Shelby County,
Tennesseo-C. Armstrong vs. I. Newman.
TN THM CAUSE AN ATTACHMENT HAV
JL ing been tued out under taction moo 01 tne
Code of Tennessee and returned into court,
levied upon the personal property of the de
fendant, aud aflidavit having been made that
the defendant is justly indebted to the plain
tifl in the sum of from five to eight hundred
dollars by accounts and notes, and that be is
a nou-residentof the State af Tennessee: it is
therefore ordered that the defendant, I. New
man, make hie personal appearance herein,
before the Judge of the Kirst Cirouit Court of
Shelby county, at the court- houac in the city
of Memphis, on the third Monday in Janri
uary next, and defend taid attachment mi!
within the timo prescribed by law or the same
will be proceeded with ex parte; and that a
copy of this order be published once a week
for four oonsecutive weeks in the Memphis
This 14th day of December, 1874.
A true copy Attest:
l" B. F. COLEMAN. Clerk.
C. W. Mrtcalk, Attorney for Plaintiff.
, 2649 A. D. ,
In the First Circuit Court of Shelby County,
Tennessee B. B. McOehee vs. John Dod
son. TN THIS CAUSE AN ATTACHMENT HAV
X ing been sued out under section 3155 of the
Cede of Tennessee, and returned into court
levied upon the property, moneys, goods and
eflects of the defendant in the custody or pos
session of D. A. Clarke, and affidavit having
been made that the defendant is justly in
debted to plaintiff in the sum of i0 by note,
and that he is a non-resident of the State of
Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that tbe
taid defendant, John Dodson, make his per
ioral appearance herein, before tbe Judge of
the First Cirouit Court of Shelby county, at
the oourt-ht.use in the city of Memphis, on
the third Monday in January next., and de
fend said attachment suit within the time pre
scribed by law, or the same will be proceeded
with ex parte: and that a oopy of this order
be published once a week for tour consecutive
weeks in the Public Ledger.
Tbis llith day ef December, 1874.
A copy Attest;
P7 B. F. COLEMAN, Clerk.
Clapp k Mkux, Attorneys for Plaintiff. , ,
92-98-101-110 , .
Notice Trustee's Sale.
TN PURSUANCE OF THE POWER AND
A authority oonferred upon me under and by
virtue of a deed of trust bearing date the 18th
of July, 1868, recorded in the Register's office
of Shelby county, Tennessee, in Reoord Book
No. fift, pages 452, 453 and 464, and executed te
me by Amelia W. Mitchell and her hushand,
William P. Mitchell, I will, on the
2GtIi Day of January, 1875,
sell at public auction, to the highest bidder,
forcash, upon the premises, the following de
scribed roal estate, situate lying and being
In the city of Memphis, county of Shelby, and
State of Tennessee, on the south side of Court
itreet : Beginning at the northwest corner of
a lot of ground-sold by Jsmci oung to Sam
uel Walker, and by said Walker conveyed to
John A. Sannoner, Trustee; running thenee
west 9 30' north, on and with the louth
line of Court street 38 ieet; thenos south
ilJ 30' west, 148 feet t a stake on an
alley: thenee east 9 8')' south' with taid alley
to laid Sannener't line or louthwest oor
ner; thenoe north 9 SO' with citid Sannoner s
line H8!4 feet to the beginning being the
same property conveyed by James M. Mc
Conihiand Eliiabeth W,,his wife, to the laid
Am.llnW MitaahnlL "1 h i. .al A will h Biuls
to complete the payment of a debt due J. J.
Polk's estate by the said Mitchell and wife
for the sum of i24 50. with interest at six
percent, per annum from the 13th of March.
W74, till paid, and all proper expenses and
coils. The title to the property it believed to
be perfcot, but at X act as .trustee, i win cou-
.r.0 nnlu aiinh t 1 1 a. fl. T hftTR.
The riitht of redemption and repurchase is
waived in tbe Uvea ot trutt, ana tne pur
chaser'i title will be absolute.
W. H. WOOD, Truiteo.
Wbioht A Folkrs, Attorney!.
Panola Oil and Fertiliier Company vs. J. D,
TN THIS CAUSE AN ATTACHMKNTHAV.
X ing been sued out under section 3455 of the
Code ef lennessee ana returnea Dy tne omcer
Uuit.,1 nnnn that nrnt.nrtvtif the defendant, and
aOi.lavit having been made that the defondant
is justly indebted to the plaintiff in the sum of
W by account, ana toat aeieuuaiu is a non
resident of the State of Tennessee; It is there
fore ordered that defendant make bis personal
appearance before J.T Elliott, J. P.. on the
28th day of January, 1S75, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
and defend said attachment suit, within the
tintA tkt-tHcrihcd bv latw. or tha same will be
Ityoceeded with ex parte, and that a copy of
tbis order be puniisnea lor lour successive
weeks in the Memphis Evening Ledger. Thil
the 2Sd day of Decembor, 1874.
w-iuMOir-iis John t. klliott. j, p.
milE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
1 appointed the Executors of the last will
and testament of W. C. Byrd, deceased, by
the Honorable Probate Court of Shelby county,
do now give notice to the creditors of said
estate to present their claims forthwith; and
they request all person! who may be indebted
to the estate to call and make payment.
CHAS. L. BI RD.
GLO. F. BARROWS.
December 2i, 1874. Executort.
2597 A. D.)
In the First Circuit Court of Shelby Coanty,
Tennest-ee S.edge, McKay A Co. va. Lee
TN THIS CAUSE AN ATTACHMENT UAV
X ing been sued out under section 3455 of the
Code of Tennessee, and returned Inlc court,
levied upon the moneys, goods or effects of
the defendant in the custody or possession oi
tne Planters Insurance Company, and am da
vit havinar haten mttda that the defendant is
justly indebted to the plaintiff in the stem of
lib'. and interest by note, and that ae as
-.An.ra.ia'an.nrtha Sl.ra tf T.nn.aa, ! it II
therefore ordared that the defendant. Lee
Williamson, make his personal appearance
herein, before tha Judge of the First Circuit
Court or Mielby county, at tbe court-nouse in
that fit af M.tnnhia nnthat third Monday in
January next, and defend said attachment
suit within tht time preecrihed oy law, or tne
same will be proceeded wUbex parte; and
that a .oopy ef this order be published once a
week for four consecutive weekt in tne Mem
phis Ledger, ....
ADis nun aay oi 1'ecemna-r. it,,.
A true copy. B. F. COLEMAN. Clerk.
By V. W. Kovbtrb. Jb.. Deputy Clerk.
D. A. Strickland vs. Mrs. J. Sheffield and J.
TN THIS CAUSE AN ATTACHMF.ST
1 bavins been saed out under section 3iVi of
the Code of Tennessee, and returned by tbe
proper officer levied npoe the property of the
defendant., and affidavit having been trade
that Ihe defendants are justly indebted to tbe
plaintiff in the sum of 1 1T.M by account, and
that defendant are non-residents of tbe State
of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that de
fendants mate their personal appearance Be
fore John T. Klliott. J. P.. on tbe 2-lh day of
January, 175. at No. 3!5 Second street, ia ths
city of Memphis, hhelhy reunty. Taneesee,
and defend said attachment suit, within tbe
time prncnhtd by Isw, or the same will be
praieeeded with ex parte; and that a Copy of
this order be published for tour suctMsire
weeks in the Memphis Leiirer. Thil ?Jd dav
of I'tuber, 174. JOUS T. F.LLI0II. J. P.
In the Second Cirouit Court of Shelby County,
Tennessee J, U. ltoewenitine. D. 0. Loew- -enstine
and II. M. Loeweastine, partners '
at iaoewenitine Bros. vs. Johe tJilleepie. ---
TN THIS CAUSE AN ATTACHMENT H AV
I ing been sued out under section 3456 of the
Code of Tennessee and returned into Court. ,
levied upon the goodi and property of the . ,
defendant. John Gillespie and affidavit hav
ing been made that tha defendant is indebted
to plaintiffs in the sum of tm 20 by proinis
tory note, and that the olaim is just, and that ,
ths defendant li a non-resident ol the htate,
of Tennessee, or Is about to remove or has re
moved himself or property from the State, or
has removed or is removing out of the oounty
privately; or concealing himself so that the
ordinary process of law cannot be served On
him, or has abioonded, or a absconding or
concealing himself or property! or hat fraud
ulently disposed of bis property or it about
fraudulently to dispose of hit property; it is
therefore ordered that said defendant msko
bit personal appearance herein, before the
Judge of the Second Cirouit Court of Shelby
oounty, in tbe court-home at Memphis,
Tenn., on the third Monday in January next,
and defend taid attachment suit within the
time prescribed by law, or the same will be
proceeded with ex parte: and that a copy of
this ordor be published once a week fur four
oonsecutive weeks in the Memphit Ledger.
Done at office, thil 12th day of December,
1874, IjfcO J. CAMPBkLL, Clerk.
L. A E. Lrrman, Attorneys for Plaintiff.
A. SecsscI, H. Soossel, jr.,
and i. Batim, partners
. as A. SaeBsel.bon A Co.,
' Geo. A. Davit k Co,
TN THE ABOVE-NAMED SUIT. AN AT
I tachment having been issued and returned
by the proper officer, levied on the property ef
the defendant, and affidavit having been made
that the defendant is indebted to toe plsintins
in the sum of !12i.65, due by account, and
that the claim is just, and that the defendant
is a non-rosident ef the State of Tennessee) or : I
is about to remove, or has removed himself or
property from the State: er has removed, or is ,
about removing himself out of the county pri-
vately; or concealing himself to that the ordi- ,
nary process of law cannot be served npon
him; or has absconded, or is abseonding, or
concealing himself or property; or has fraud
ulently disposed of, or is about fraudulently
disposing of his property. It is there! ore or-k
dered that Goorge A. Davis A Co. appear be
fore me, at my office, in ths city of Memphis,
Shelby oounty, Tonnessee, on the 9th day of
January. 1875,at2o'olook p.m., and defend said :"
suit, or the tame will be proceeded with ex
parte ; and that this order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in the Publio
Ledger. , P. M. WINTERS, J.P,
Trustee's (Sale. ,
TY VIRTUE OF A
OF A CERTAIN TRUST
deed made on the 9th day of Juno. 1860,
by D. V. Cross, to me at iruitee to teoure cer
tain indebtedness therein mentioned, which
trust is of record in the Register's office of
Shelby oounty, Tenn., in Record Book No. 42,
page 379, to which reference is made, I will on
Thursday, December 31, 1874,
at the louthwest ceraer of Main and Madison
streets in the city of Memphis. Tennessee,
sell at publio auotion, to the highest bidder,
for cash, the following real estate, to-wit: A
lot in South Memphis, being lot 7 in block 80,.
fronts on the west side of Main stieet 300 feet,
and runt back between parallel lines 100 feet,
and it bounded on the north by Uuling street,
on the south by Trezevaat street, on the west
by lots 6 and 8, and on the east by Main street.
Equity of redemption especially waived, and
title believed to be good, though I sell only as
Trustee. JAMES P. WOOD, Trustee.
Pattbrbob A Lows, Attorneys. 72-105
BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN TRUST
deed made on the 6th day of August, 1872,
by W. A. Bowen, to mo at Trustee to secure
certain - indebtedness therein mentioned, .
which trust is of record in the Register's office
of Shelby county, Tennessee, in Record Book
No. 85, page 545, to which reference is made,
I will, on
Thursday, December 81, 1874,
at the louthwest sorner of Main and Madison
streets, in the city of Memphis. Tennessee,
sell at public auotion to the highest bidder,
for cash, the following real estate, to-witt
All the right and interest of William A.
Bowen In and to a oertain parcel of land ia
the oity of Memphit, Khelby oounty, Tennes
see, and bounded as follows, to-wit: Begin
ning at a point on the north lide of the Pigeon
Roost road to tha louthwest corner of a lot
conveyed shortly before the 14th day of March,
1861, by John D. Armour to MaryC. Bowen;
thence westwardly ninety (90) feet with the
the Pigeon Koost road to a stake; thence
northwardly parallel with the weit line of
Mrs. Bowen'i laid lot to New Madison itreet
one hundred and fifty-eight (158) feet; thenoe
with New Madison itreet eastwardly one hun
dred (100) feet, more or less, to a point on New
Madison itreet to where the west line of Mra.
Bowen'i said lot, if extended, would inter
sect New Madison street; tbencs in a direct
line to the place of the beginning. Also all
the right, title and interest of said William ,
A. Bowen in and to lot No. 10 of J. D. Ar
mour t subdivision of orilnal oountry lot No. '
496, taid lot No. 10 havtug a front of fifty feet
on the north tide of Pigeoi Koost road, and
running baok to an 'alley and fronting on the
alley forty-six and ono-fourth feet, ltquity
of redemption it specially w.iivea in tne aeed
to any purobaser at tbe sale, and title believed
to be good, but I sell only as Trustee.
WILLIAM N. BROWN, Trustee.
Pattbesoh A Lob s, Attorneys. 72-105
In the Fint Circuit Court of Shelby County,
Tennossee Sledge, McKay ic Co. vi. J. S.
TN THIS CAUSE AN ATTACHMENT H AV
X ing been tued out under section 3455 of the
Code of Tennessee, and returned into court, .
levied upon the moneys, property or effects of
the defendant in the custody or pon ession ot
the Planters' Insurance Compauy. and affida- .
vit having been made that the defendant is ,
justly indebted to the plaintiff in tbe sum of
tM 14 by note, and that he is a non-resident
of the State of Tennessee; it is therefore or
dered that the defendant, J. S. Jonet, make
bis personal appearance herein, before the
Judge of the iir.it Cirouit Court of Shelby
oounty, at the court-house in tbe city of Mem
phis, on tbe third Monday in January next,
and defend said attachment suit within the
time prescribed by law, or the tame will be
proceeded with ex parte ; and that a copy of
this order be published ones a week for four
consecutive weeks in the Memphis Ledger.
This lotn day of December, 1874.
A true copy. B. r . COLEMAN, Clerk.
In the Fint Cirouit Court of Shelby County,
Tennessee Sledge, McKay A Co, rs. B. 11.
IN THIS CAUSE AN ATTACHMENT HAV
ing been sued out under section 34-5 of the
Code of Tennessee, and returned into court,
levied upon the property, money, goods ana
effects of the defendant in the custody or pos
session of the Mississippi and Tennessee Rail
road Company, and affidavit having been
made that tbe defendant it justly indebted to
plaintiff in the turn of IJil 33 by note, and
that he is a non-resident of the State of Ten
nessee; it is therefore ordered that the de
fendant, B. 11. Pope, mako his personal ap
pearance herein, before the Judge ef the First
Circuit Court of Shelby county, at the court
house In the city of Memphis, on the third
Monday in January next, and defend laid at
tachment sail within the time prescribed by
law, or the same will be proceeded with ex
fiarte: and that a cony of thia order be pub
uheJ once a week for four consecutive weeks
in the Memphis Ledger.
This Uth day ef December, 1871.
A true copy Attest :
8S.u4i,o.iuri B F. COLEMAN. Clerk.
Petition for Divorce.
In the Seeond Circuit Court of Shelby Conn-'
ty, Tennessee Blanche Cambon vs. Justin
1 thii ca
kon, is a i
APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT IN
cause that tbe defendant, Justin Cam
a non-resident of the State of Tenrtataw
tee; It is tnerelore ordered tnat be make bis
appearance herein at tbe court-house in the
city Df Memphis. Tennessee, on or before tbe
third Monday in January next, 1875. and
plead, answer or demur to plaintiff 't bill, or
the same will be taken for confessed at to bira
and set for bearing ex parte; aad-that a copy
ef this order be published once a week for
four successive weeks in the Public Ledger.
A copy Attest :
GEO. J. CAMPBELL. Clerk.
Fbabi Brb Attoraey for Plaintiff.
Petition for Divorce.
In the Heeond Circuit Court of Shelby county
Teneetxee-Klisa Davis vi. Spot Davit
IT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT IN
X this cause, that the defatnHnna t. . a .
of the State ol Arkansas, and a non-rvasidatttt
of thebUU orTenne.se,; ,t u therefore or
dered, tnat he make his appearanoa. herein at
the ceart-heuse. in the citv of !mh.. t-
nessee. on er before the third Monday in Jan
uary next, 1875, and plead, answer or demur
top.aintiffi bill, or the s:oi. will be token
for coBferared. as to him. .r,t ... r.. i. .
ei parte, and that a copy of thia order be pue
hsbed once a week, for fouriueceaEive weeki.
la the Public L.dr.
A copy attest:
GEO. J. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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