OfllcAi o. IS Xadlmn SWrrU
IAIIGEST CITY CIRCULATION
MEM PUIS l'OSTOkf HE.
Ornci Hoc Finn A.n.Tfior.a.i SugBAt.
Faoa t to 10
Close. ' - ArriTe.
a.m. I r.H. a.m. I r'.al
Mtmphis A Ohio R. K.
Marophls A Ch.rle.toa
, R. R.-Dily. .
Mississippi A Tenn-
R. R. Daily.
Memphis A Little Rook
Miss.rv. to Helena k
Friar' P't daily.
Miss, rirer t St.Loui
Mon. mid Thurs.
White River rVmi
Weokly Tue. A Sat.
Mon.. Wed. At Friday.
j Marion (tri-weekly)
' i u.l
I Cuba, Tennessee
I ByhaliaAOIIve Branch
6 I Tuea. and Fri.
R.VILUOAI) TIME TABLES.
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD
Way Freight. 8.40
Pomerville Acoom... .9.46
Through Mail train TILL rot atop at tat
stations went of Moscow.
Ticket Oflice, 278 Main street, corner of South
MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE RAILROAD,
Daily through train to Nashville and Chat
tanooga without change of ears. Leaves at
4:15 p.m.; arrives in Nashville at 6 a.m..
Chattanooga at 7 :19 p.m., next day.
lionet at head of Main street.' '
Tlckot Offioe, 237 Main stmt, on door
north of JefTorson.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE R. R.
(Takes effect Sunday, Juno 12, 1870.);
N. 0. Mail (daily).... 2.50
Kxpresf, " 9.00 .
Freight (dally ex. Sunday) 2.15
TVepot at font of Main street.
Ticket Office, 237i Main street, on door
north of Jefferson.
MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK RAILROAD
Through from Memphis to Little Rock In
14 hours. On and after Thursday, the 11th
dBV of August, 1878, until further notice,
trains will run daily (Sunday excepted) as
Freieht train will leave Hopefield Mondays,
l .)., o.J. BnA Vri.t v at H a.m.
Arrive Hopefield Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, at p.m.
Baeraire checked through to Little Rock on
Ferryboat will leave wharfboat, foot of
Union street, daily, at 5.UU a.m.
B. D. WILLIAMS,
General Airent and Superintendent.
B. P. Rorbon, Ass't Sup't.
" WESTERN METHODIST,
Pormerly Memphis and Arkansas Christian
Sonthern Methodiat Newspaper.
rSISEKT WIULT I8SCI
EXCEEDS OOOO COPIES.
FirsWJlas8 Medinm for Advertisers.
One Copy,....;.. I 9 SO par annum.
Ten Copies, SO 00 per annum.
R. W. BLEW CO
W. C. JOHNSON -
-tl 22 JEFFERSON ST., MEMPHIS.
TRANS A. RAMHirr. 3. JOS. WILLIAMS.
DRS. RAMSEY & WILLIAMS,
NO. 2 JIXCEXT BLOCK,
S7-1S4 Eaat roar lret.
Friday Evenlnsr. . 5, 187.
The Weed Sewing Ma
chine, 263 Second St. 59-t
GO TO THE GREAT BED ST0BE,
where a thousand setts magnificent jet
jewelry are to be given away. 6"t
Thi best assorted stock of bedsteads
in the city; also an endless variety of
furniture of all kinds, low as the lowest,
at 362 Main street. M
Rrowke t Browne. 315 Second st 2t
If row sumt (rood old Hesribbesi
wkiakjr, a-o to 87 e Nerosid aire.
A Nsw Year's Gift A Goldek Of-
PORTrsiTT. For every five dollars
worth of dry goods purchased at our
house, up to December 31, 1870, we give
you a ticket, which entitles you to a
chance in the celebrated Wheeler Jt
Wilson String Machine, with beautiful
Miahogany case now on exhibition in
our window which we will give away on
the evening of the 31st of December,
1870, selling you dry goods at the lowest
market prices. Frake k Selio,
Successors to M. Eraus & Co., 218
Main street, cor. Adams. 67t
Attention, Property Owners.
Privy vault emptied promptly by J. D.
Fox, 295 Second street. 78
For sresiaissa Itonrbeta asiel Bye
WtlNklM, A. rhritmC: 1127
CtTRE thatCocoh. Dimmitt's Cough
Balsam never fails. Sold by all drug
gists. Price, fifty cents. eodS9
A Few Words of W'eic-.ht. " Do you
mean to sav, madam, that he has taken
no other medicine?" Thi question wa
asked the other day in relation to an in
valid, "the only son of a widow," who
was then rapidly recovering from a state
of absolute orostration, occasioned by
chronic indieestion. It wai asked by a
friend of the family of the invalids
mother, Mrs. Kiernan. 95 Abingdon
Konare Xew York. The medicine re
ferred to was Plantation Bitters. " I
do mean to say it," replied Mrs. Kier
nan. " We had tried twenty other rem
edif before without the slightest bene
fit; bit we tried none afterward, for the
V.f.ers proved all mfficiesit." The lady
h'rtif li Oie authority for thi sute-
nv-ir): and be further state het belief
thil the rcit.irmtive in question is the
b't t"mc and invigorator ever admin
If rmm was see M Ierl
hlikj, (- r? e- Hret.
ToAnvERnstiis. The Baptist issues
7O0 copies wekly, which is several
tlound more t'.an any paper issued
from thi city. It circulation U in
Ter.uew, Missiw ppi and Arkansas,
the very territory that trades with this
ciiy. BwaineM cards per square fI2 per
quarter, payable at tlie end of the quar
ter, if entered for il months. Office,
3C1 Main street. T
. m - h " i rw
f tlw rat
R,-s Ct, TV.., J)S. .
1a Sim I fclly t' ,n
Arnica liaitncnl" in K,,,f
noil t ril on a wore, anJ tnreo bottlo
have cutis! him. nv yj
Liniment in our family for two year,
and haw ajwav aa l n
runidr for external u.' 1 s.l rnt
UoaJ of it here, and tiud the demand it
increasing. V ry respectfully, yourg, )
W. H. II. UiLUCsriB,
lieatslB Jrvl :, by natv
p " Wkicll , i
taeletatew eft Allrm, a Wets
Th Word ."ozqdont
fart becoming t hiuapoold wor4 i
rived from the Greek, and composed of
two words. Soto and Oduntea. " Sozo,
translated, means to preserve, an
"odontes," the teeth. Sozodont, a pr
server of the teeth. And it is true to its
name. , -j. 'f f ft
"Spalding's Glue", will mend your
ways, or anything else that needs menriV
Arrest that terrible catarrh, and thus
avoid a consumptive's grave, by using
Dr. Saee'i Catarrh Remedy. The prq
prietor will pay $j00 reward for a case
he cannot cure. . Sold by . druggist, or
nd a itv pent to Dr. It. V. fierce,
Buffalo. N. Y.. and receive it by mail
pnt free. eod-Jw
Victor D. Fuchs, the prince of oysters,
fish and game dealers, will, from this dntt,
be in daily receipt of fresh Norfolk oyi
fpra from tha best brands. ' ' 49t
If jom wast era Heclbbesa
wblaky, go to 876 Second af reet.
For Sale. A fresh lot of apples-
choice varieties. B. Russet, Greening,
N. Spy, Snow, E. Streaks-Gill flower, Vf
Winter, N. Y. Pippin's, Spitzenberg, etc
Pnuin at 315 Second street. - 42t
BILLIARD TABLES. Fintprite
awarded to Juliut Bailee, of Cincinnati,
at the great Industrial Exposition
merited recognition of the tuperiorily
of the Balkt standard American tables,
with the Phelan latest patent combina
tion cushions, similar to those now in
use in our city (Memphis, Tenu.), at the
Cadmus Billiard Parlors, 274 Seconci
ifre. ' ' e 3
Ret. A. B. Earle will continue the
series of revival meetings, at the Green
law Opera House. Preaching daily at
2 and 7 o'clock p.m. Sunday at 10 J
a.m., and 2 and 7 p.m. Closing sermon
Sundnv eveninir. November 27th. All
are cordially invited.
- 'Ajuperatitloas to Flowers,
The Egyptians regarded the frail ane
mone as a symbol of sickness. The tha
gin-nut plant of Madagascar is believed
by the natives to be a divine plant, given
to be a test of the rightfulness or
wrongfulness of an accusation. Among
the flowers of ill-omen can be mentioned
the poppy, which ib regarded as the sym
bol of death the twin-sister ot sleep.
The marigold is excluded from fortunate
flowers, and is looked upon with suspi
cion. The crocus, the peasants of Aus
tria say, must be plucked only by Tiealthy
young girls and men, as it tends to draw
away strength. The four-leaved clover
has been given wonderful virtues,
yet the finder of it will have bad
luck. It is a Silesian superstition
that flowers must not be laid on the bed
of sick persons. No child, in West
phalia and Thuringia, is permitted to
wreathe itself in flowers, or it will die
soon: and in the East it is said that if
they are so used, such flowers will soon
die. The Germans say flowers must not
be laid on the mouth of a corpse, since
the dead man may chew them, which
would make him a monster one who
draws relatives after him. To dream of
white flowers prognosticates death. If
one throw a rose on a grave, it will
waste away. The sudden budding of
white rosebud is a sign of death
in the nearest house. The rosemary,
in many lands, is strewn on graves,
In Shakspeare it is said, "There's a rose
mary for you that 8 for remembrance.
In many lands rosemary is used as a di
viner of love affairs. In Austria the
saffron has an ill-omen, while in the East
it is an omen of good destiny to one on
whose grave it blooms. In Egypt the
rose was the emblem of silence; also
in Greece, where it indicates that se-
cresy in which love acligbts. J ne rose
also appears on Roman shields to indi
cate the silence of strategy. The Ara
bians say there is a garden of mystical
roses now lost and buried in the desert.
The Chinese plant roses over graves.
The Greeks bad a legend that the red
rose was changed from white by the
blood of Venus when she trod on its
thorn. The Turks claim it as a version
that it was changed to red by the blood
of Mohammed. In Germany there is a
superstition that if the rose is steeped in
water on Christmas eve, it confers the
power of divining the events of the
coming year. Another Greek legend is
that the rose sprung from the bath of
Aphrodite. In Germany it is said that
the rose unlocks the treasures concealed
in fairy castles. A white rose blooming
in autumn denotes an early death; if a
red, an early marriage. It . is said a red
rose will not bloom over a grave. In
Posen the "rose apple" is carried
by the country maiden in her bosom
to keep her lover true. In Germany
they throw rose leaves on tha fire for
good luck. ' Another curious snyinK in
Italy, France and Germany is "that
if a drop of one's blood be buried under
a rcc bush it will bring roty checks."
The Lotus is still eaten by the Bedouins.
The lily of the valley was referred to by
the Savior. The water lily bas been held
sacred in pant ages, and has been invest
ed by poets with significance. In Spain
the lily has been credited with powt-r to
restore those who IfXve been transform
ed into animal shapes. Many believe
that it is a cure for venomous liu s. 1 he
snow drop bas been regarded as
a sacred flower in France, because
it gives the first sign of return
ing nature by piercing the snow.
The life everlasting, is also a flower
given over to superstition. In
swabia, they believe, if pulU-d in a cer
tain time of the year, rolled in a white
cloth and worn against tha naked breast
it will be bullet-proof. A number of le
gends are eonneoiiJ -ah the strawberry.
Of the clover, it is said in the Tyrol, if
you put it ander your pillow jou will I
dream of yonr beloved. The foor !
leaved clover protects Jou from witcbe. '
lecially in the dark.. The violet has
reputation in the East; it is there con
nected with mystical religion., Mohamcd
loved the violet. In Germany it is used
as a cure for ague; it i ued
a 'a cosmetic. ; The primrose
is called the key flower, and refers to
opening hidden treasures. Tho aloe is
surrounded with sanctity in tho East; it
is planted on tombs. In the East it is
believed that the oloe blossoms once In a
century. The chamomie, ; vervain,
daisy an thistle, ore also regarded with
someveneratiop. The cactus, ' and all
night-blooming flowera, are much vener
ated in Mexico and Russia.
" SPECIAL NOTICES. !
Shall lfatura bo Bastained.-rTe lv do.
blliutins Biedleiiw to tha weak is about as
sensible a it would be to try to help a ian to
his feet br kiekin him when h waedown
That sort of oraeUc U solnt out of fashion
It has dlled so many -ravoyards that peopl
no longer believ In it. If those who r not
strong by natur expect to avoid thewttack
of disease, they must endeavor to acquire th
visor necessary to resist it. llow i thi to b
donet Common sense nstest by the us of
invigorating medioin. The great object is to
STWSNOTHSX T SYTKH WITHOUT KC1T1NO IT.
This objeot ll accomplished by th Judicious
use of the most potent and genial of all vege
table tonics and alteratives, Hostettor's Stom
ach Bitters. Many valuable properties are
oombined in this preparation. It Improve
th appotit and render digestion eay and
perfect. It give steadiness to the nerves, In
duces a healthy, natural flow of bile; prevent
oonstipation without unduly purging the bow
els) gently stimulates the circulation, and by
promoting a vigorous condition of the physical
system, promotes, also, that heerfulness
which is th truest indication of a well
balanced condition of all the animal power.
Summer leaves both the body and the mind
more or lea exhausted. Now Is the time to
recruit them, and thus forestall the malarious
fever and other complaint which prostrate
so many thousands every Kali. ... oa
Avoid Ouaoks. A victim of early Indiscre
tion, causing nervou -debility, premature
decay, etc., having tried in vain every adrer-.
tised remedy, ha a simple means of self-cure
which he will send free to his fellow-uBerer,
Address J. II. TUTTLK. 78 Nassau street,
New York. "-ol1-1
Getting Married-Essay for Young Men.
on Social Evils, and the propriety or Impro
priety of getting Married, with sanitary help
for those who feel unfitted for matrimonial
k ,;. Sent froe. in sealed envelopes,
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P,
Va Cure. No Pay.-Forrxbt's Jonltss
Tia For Coughs. Croup, Whooping-Ceugh
Asthma. Bronchitis. Sore Throat, Spitting of
Blood and Lung Disease. Immediate relief
and positive cure, or price refunded. 50 cents
jf. B. The genuine article has yellow labels
with white, anprinted wrapper.
aH.t QOODYBAR k HILLS.
The most lasting, agreeable
and refreshing of all per
fumes, for use on - the hand
kerchief, at the toilet, and in
the bath. : For sale by all
Druggists and Perfumers, m
Recommended and Endorsed by over
Seten Hnndred Doctors.
COUrOUKD FLUID KXTKACT Of
Not a Secret (Juark Medlcine-
Formula Around the Bottle.
rarriKD solslt bt
Dr. J. J. Lawrence, Organic Chemist.
Strikeg at the Root of Disease
PURIFYING THE BLOOD,
RESTORING THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS
TO A HEALTHY ACTION, AND IN
VIUORATING THE NER
This Is the Swrt of Its Wonderful
S access In Curlny
CONSUMPTION IN ITU EARLY STAGES.
SCROFULA. SYPHILIS. DYSPEPSIA.
LIVER COMPLAINT. CHRONIC
ERUPTIONS OP THE SKIN. HUMORS,
LO.Srt HP VIGOR. DISEASES OP
KIDN EY AND BLADDER,
Diseases Caused by a Bad
State of the Blood.
It thorourhlr eradicates evarj kind of Hu
mor and Bad Taint, and restore th entire
system to a healthy condition.
It i beroad question the riaawr tosio I
Thousand have beta rhanred by the of
this medicine from weak, sickly, suff.nns
rreatare. to stronc. healthy and happy "
Invalids cannot hesitaU to xiv it trial.
No medicine has obtained such a areat rep
utation a thi jastly celebrated compound.
Prom physician, eminent divine, editer.
drnrrut. merchant. .. ee KOSKOO
ALMANAC fur thi year.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
o a.u t
The IVineipal DrvogUU in ike United
Htatts and HritUk America.
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ail dieeeee. eeeelier to female. U f
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From tb celebrated manufactories of R.
Ho k Co., and Geo. P. Gordon, and
with all th tyle nd designs of
Types, Borders, Ornaments, Etc
From th wll-known foundrie of Jc Vnop
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prepared to execute very description of I
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i)B. KICPIAU'S OOLDEN KEMED1ES
Us these only and save urn, health and
SIOOO MEW4RI for any case of disease,
' in al.j state, which they fail to our ,
DH HliUlAU'fi Golden lalSam,No.4,euret
ulcers, ulcerated sore throat and mouth,
sore eye, cutaneous eruptions, eopper-ooliired
blotches, soreness of the scalp, scrofula, to.i
It is the aroatost renovator, alterative and
blood purifier known, removes all mereury
from the system, and leave th blood pur
and healthy. ,
rk R. RICH AU8 Goldon Balaam. Nl I. or
1 J merouriaiaffootions.hauinatism in all 1U
forms, and fives Immediate re lef la all, oase.
Price of cTther No. 1 or No, U. 15 per bottle,
or two bottles for $11. . .
DR. RICHAU'H Golden Antidote, a rapid
and radi.l cure for all urinary doranse
uients. Prioe, 3 per bottle. I
DR. RICHAU'B Golden Elixir Am"
radioal cure for nervous or seneral dbi ty
IS old or youn!. Imparting nery with mon.
derful effeot. Prioe, 6 per bottle, or two 1 tu.
On receipt of price these remedies will be
shipped to any place.. Prempt attenUon paij
to all correspondents. None tcnume without
th. name of "Dr. Rlchau'. (lolden Remedies,
D. fi. Richards. rW Proprieter. " blow, la
.lass of bottles. Address Dr. D. B, RlUi
AKDS. No. g Variek treet, N. X. "-T j
A VEGETABLE PREPARATION, DIS
A covered and used by a regular physician
for thirty year, in over three thousand ease,
THOROUGH CURE IN EVERY CASE.
It cleanses the system from 11 tb effect of
mercury, and is perfectly harmless when used
a directed. .:
And a thorouih cure tuaranteed or the mono
refunded. A II communications strictly conll
dential. Back oflice up stairs over , ' ;
No. 2C8 Front Street, Memphis. !
42 North Court St., Memphis.
mHIS INSTITUTION, ' INCORPORATED
I by the State -of Tennessee, is a lexalised
Association of Bcionti6o Physician and Bur
geons. devoted to the treatment ot patient,
and instruction in theory and praotio of tn
CHEMICAL SYSTEM OF MEDICINE.
It Is divided into the followint department :
Fmalk DKPAaTMRKT. In thi department
every complaint known to woman M treated
with unvarying success. .
CiNcsa DirKTaST. Cancer and tumors
are here oured in ninety-eight case out or
every hundred. - ...
Drpabtmrst to Hxat DisAS.-In thi
department this formidable diseas i treated
with the most gratifying results.
Dkpartmknt foe 6am Dissasis. -Every
form of skin diseases permanently cured here.
COSSCMPTIOK AND CaTAKEH DkPASTIISKT.
The professors in this department have made
many important discoveries in the treatment
of lung, thront and nose diseases. ,
Eva ii Eae Dkpabtmknt.- Th jye and
ear most tenderly and triumphantly treated.
ConifiDtSTiAL DsrAETMSKT.-Devoted to th
exclusive treatment of a class of maladie
nameless here, by an able professorship.
ecBoiOAL DirATMST.-W daily perform
the most important operations known to ur-
'"aU affairs of a private character held sa
awr OfBc hours from 8 o'clock In th morn
.mi a n.i...ir : .v.nin.. Ooen every
Sunday forenoon fon, g.Lto 12 nn
J. C. Watsow, BecreUry.
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Stereotype and Electrotype
168 Vine SU het 4th and 5th,
ALLISON SMITH & JOHNSON.
Manufacturers of, and dealer in
BOOK AND NEWS TYPE
Of every description.
Stereotyping and Electrotypes
In all their Verio a braaohas.
avarWood Engraving, aaa Patter Utters
The Southern Advertiser.
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Offle). Cor.TWH u irfferwrn,
la Poetofic Baildlat . Mmphi. To
V-i ''i f in
Carpenter and Builder,
In f all'T. t t JTrr
mm-Ri4., Ke- Eiehau tnt '-teeiaeOJ.
DdTotad As;rlnH(ir, Owananerce,
Lltcratiiro, Polltlaa, all
Mew. of the Daj, etc.
Terms: $2 per Aimiim,
Cluhs of Fire or more, $1 50.
How la tha Tim
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. i v. . -t!u urfln. nt .Annirv rU
mroagn u - - -
u.n.nkt.. ul also in th different
elttes and towns In th Bonthwert, th
WEEKLY PUBLIC LEDGER will b most
ioollent advertising medium. Only a limited
number of advertisements will be received
. It. ' '
Send In Yonr Favor.
AU th typ sd in aur WklyJU
iktiult Haw. and th papa whloh; It
is printed Is th nt, saklng It tha mt
readable Journal pnbluihod In th Bntb.2
A synepsis f all tha issortat mws b-
lished in th PUBLIC LEDGER from day to
day wUlbgir l th. WEEKLY PUBLIC
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RpeHaaM aoptos wiU be l
aaalaaties- sbeald U addrened to
fwkllaker til rirfwr,
1 BIMltal at awaiktaTwae.
DR. S. JOHNSON'S
O t; 'Main Street, XJp H t ni rn,
Between Adams and Wanliluffton,
in various oasea. I
. , CUBED BY A
T8 VOW PERMANENTLT KHTABLIflHED FOR THE TREATMENT OP PATIENTS,
loth Mai and Female, who ar afllioted with any form of vsnhk!, or aaraicT diskabss.
webasol'ill. Anorrhwa. Oleet. Klriotures and all Urinary Diseases t Bypliilitioor Morcu
Hal Vflect foal ot th Throat. Skin or Bones. Orohitl. Uernia or Kupturei also the effeot ..I a
SriiUH llabit. ruinous to the body end mind, produoing Blotohes on the laoe, Debility. Ini
EHMttary liauu, u,u"" , W;C, ,i,.,-...i.. iAmm Uvll Korebodlnir. Avemifin toHomelv.
Particular Attention Paid to Diseases of Women
R...h Runnrossed or Pa nrul monstruauon, i-euoorrno-a or ttiiiios, railing oi
HUrh a blCeSSIVe, DUpnro'neu .? -,.. ,,. .-. . Klr I. n, lUrnmnu .nil
the Womb, and all irreguiaruie oi we
oftentimes Consumption. . . .. . . , ' i
longsUnding. They will yield to my
' Celebrated Vegetable Remedies,
Tohioh TIIOUSA VD8 eaa testify, wh bar been enrtd by ma In New Orlean. Memphis,
Cairo, and varlou othor place. All oummunioations striotly oonndential.
IV O PAY XJJXTIL !
SpecUlty. and all other Disease not requiring hi attention outside of bis oflice.
A 8EPAHATE OFFICII FO LADIE8.
Office Honrs from 8 o'cloob a.m. to 8 o'clock p.m.
Mecond Circuit Court.
Treat k Ilamiluon
864 Trial Docket.
mDKR AND BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER
.e ri.....t I,, th. ahnvH entitled rauso. we
will on Saturday, the 3d day or Deoember
next, between 10 and 12 o'clock a.m.. sell at
No. 87 Union street, to the highest bidder, lur
cash, one Dannie!' Dimension Plainer,
Wlinouinawrte. . ,narM 1. nn
t , J. L. Atcheson 1 Before P.M. Winter
. . 1 Tl- -,ir f JustioofPeaoa.,
C. B. Galloway and wife) '
A TTAC1I.MENT HAVING BEEN SWORN
A mil in thn n hnvi-flD titled CaUSO. On the
ground that the defondanta are non-retident
of the State of Tennessee, and the same re
turned by the proper onicer, exocuieu, evu.,
the defendants will take notice thut said causa
is set for trial on the 1st day of December,
..n K.r.n D M W 1(1, MP.
1BIU, ai L O CUIU. l.ui,, utiuio . . .... ..
Justice of the Veaoe for bholby county. Ten-
nessee. at nis omce in mo oujf .i ifiouiiiui.,
U. r.A nrha.a h. mltM AItM,IU atld defend
said suit, or th same will he pnwewlwt with
ez parte. . P. M. V INTfcKb. J. P.
George Washington, Attorney
-NOT IOE ! ' i
mm.na no , T.TLI I MTHTD A TTrtN ITPOV
the estate of John B. llosia, deceased.
. . . 1 . . L. II.. 1i.nl.ala lnil,t
navingoeen urawi w mo u3 n - -
of Shelby county at the October term thereof,
all persons having claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present the same and
demand payment morooi, wiuim u. y, -soribed
by law. or the same will be forever
barred. FKL1X 1RANSI0LI. ,
4-73 Adm r oi jonn p. xom. mo
S. Cowlcs 1 ' '
ATTACHMENT HAVING BEEN ISSUED
by me in the above cause, on the ground
that the defendant is a non-resident of tbe
State of Tennessee, and the same having been
returned by the proper officer, levied, ete..
th delenuani win inae "".' i'"," r;
is set for trial December 8, 1870. at , 2 o'clock
p.m.. before me, a Justioe of the Peace for
Shelby county, at my office in the city of Mem-
pais, wnen anu wuere uiu-. . -pear
and defend said suit, or the same will be
proceeded with ex parte : and it is furthur or
dered that this notice bo published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in the Punlia
Ledger, a newspaper published in the eity 01
ueuipu... g M00RE j. p.
Wnvembar 9. 170. 617-73-79
S. Fols . "I .
J.W. Thompson and wife)
A TTACIIMENT JIAVJiNU Uftna idbuuij
A by me in the above cause, on the ground
that the defendants have removed fj-om the
State, so that the ordinary process of law can
not he served upon t hem, and the same having
been returned by the proper officer, levie. ,
ete., the defendants will take thatthi
cause is set for trial Thursduv. 8th of Decem
ber, 1870, at 10 o'clock a.m., before nie. a Jus
tice of the Peace for Shelby eounty, at my
office in the city of Memphis, when and where
the defendants oan appear and defend said
suit, or the same will be proMdd with
ex parte! and it ia further ordered that th,,
notice be published onco a woek for four con
secutive weeks in the Public Ledger, a new
paper published in the cUyo ' Mcmhis f
Kmhr a. 1870. " ' 6l'.67-7
D. H. Hall I
J.W.Thompson and wlfe
ATTACHMENT HAVING BEEN ISSUED
by me in the above cause, on the ground
that the defendants have removed from the
State, so that the ordinary process or law can
not be served upon them, and the same having
been returned by tbe proper officer, levied,
etc.. the defendants will take notice that thi
cause is set for trial Thursftiy, 8th of Decem
ber. 1870, at 1(1 o'clock a.m., before mo, a Js
tice or the Peace ror Shelby county, at my
office in the city or Memphis, when and where
the defendants can appoar and defend said
suit, or the same will be proceeded with
ex parte; and it is rurther ordered that this
notice be published once a week for four con
secutive weeks In the Public Lodger, a news
paper published in the city of Memphis.
S. A. MOUKh, J. r.
November MCn. HI W-71-79
WATCH! $3 WATCH!!
THE GREAT EUROPEAN
Aluminum Gold Watch Co.
J. F. WILLIAMS & CO., JEWELERS,
561 Broailwaiy, Nsw York,
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE UNITED STATES
and have authorised them to sell their
great Ei'nu Au aiNi a um.u ""-"'
Three Dollars, and to warrant each and every
one to keep oorreot time lor one year, inn
Watch we guarantee to be the best and cheap
est time-kecpor that is now in use in any part
of th globe. The works are in double cases,
Ladies' and Uonts' sises, and are beautifully
chased. The cases are made of the metal now
so widely known in Europe as Aluminum
Gold. It ha the esnd of Gold, which
o'eariMin'u,- it will stand the test of the
strongest acids i no one can tell it from Gold
only by weight, the Aluminum Gold being
one-fourth lighter. Tbe works are a I made
by machinery, th same as the well-know
American Watvh. W e pack the Watch safely
in a sinau wi anu to...,
or the United States on re-eipt of flSO; fifty
cents lor pacaing aim Vfi. I
free with each Watch. Money should be sent
by Postoffice Money Order or in a Registered
Letter. Address all order and communica
. F. WILLIAMS k CO., Jewelers,
d fihl Hrrmilwwy, New York.
IV OTICE r
Omci or Citt Tat Coi.i.irToa, I
Mkai-Hia. Nov. 12, 1870. i
TN ALL CASES WHERE THE CITY BB
1 came the purchaser of property at the Ux
sale recently made, the owners of the property
are hereby given the privilege of redeeming
tk same up to the ir.t of January, 1171. by
paying the amount of the taxes and eoste.
After the flrst day of January. 1871. the prop
erty cannot be redeemed except by paying the
taxes, costs, and fifty per cent, interest
thereon, as provided in Seclio 60 of the
Amended Charter, paued on the first day of
And aotice is also given that la all cases In
which the city bas purchased property for the
aoa-paymeot of texea, including as well all
parck.MS made at sales in previous years as
tboM enaile in the present year, and where th
property has mot been redeemed, the city will.
Immediately after tbe first day of January,
1K71, proceed to file bills in chanoery for the
parpnM of quieting the till it ha acquired by
th. said porrhases.
I'p to tb Ir.t day of Jansary, 171, any of
tb above mentioned property may be re
deemed by paying th amount of th taxes
a-Coma fnrw.rd and r.v vonr Taxes for
1K70. before DITKESS W ARKAXTs hav o
b srsvsd. We will promise tbat a sg
sball oe iiuLFfrrn wnen th.i time come.
I tLIX W. KullKKTSUW,
4-t ri'v Tn fVlletrr,
J. It. LISENIintllV,
erxuAL tAi r n
Ann BOAT HTOBI.sl.
NO. t WATER ST.. bet. Adam aad J.rTerwm
NEW METHOD. ' '
r ,,. Ph,.l.l.e.. .nA h.vennt heen Mired.
it ke no difference of how
Administrator's Salo of Real Entitle.
m VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE
U unanoery uoan, " "''"
county of Lowndes and State of Mississippi,
made at the July term, A. D. 1870, thereof, the
unuersignea, auiuiui.titt,"! . f
th estate or Ransom 11. Byrn, dooeased, will
On tbe lotls day of lleersiibpr, H10,
next, between the honra prescribed by law, in
front of the court-house door of the county ot
Tunica, in said State of Mississippi, expose
for aale at public auction, to the blithest bid
der, for one-third cash, and the balance in
on and two years, with six per cent, interest
from date, th following described real estate,
located, lying and being in said county ef
Tunica, as follows, to-wit: Fractional section
18, containing 540 acres; fractional section 17,
containing 4fi0 acres t south half of fractional
section lo, eontaining 3U0 acres; sections No.
J and 21, and east half of seotion 27 (west
hair and southeast quarter seotion 21) ; frac
tional south half section 29; sections 28 and
29; all in township 3, range 11.
Also section 24, southeast quarter section li,
northeast quarter section 3, south fractional
half of section 26, west half of section JU; all
In township 3, range 12.
Fractional section 1, township 4,rnngolJ;
Southwest quarter seotion 2; east half of north
east quarter, east half of southeast quarter,,
and southwest quarter of southeast quarter of
seotion S; west half seotion 9, southwest quar
ter of section 8, southeast quarter of iccjion
9, aouthwest quarter of section 10, west hnll of
eotion 11, east half of section 14. All of sec
tion 13, 17, 18 and 19. West half pi section
20. southeast quarter of sention 21,eust hiilf
and southwest quarter of section 22. All ot
Motion 23 West half of section 24, west ha f
or seotion 25. All or section 26. South half
or seotion 27, northeaet quarter of section Ji,
southeast quarter of section 29, eections A
anl 36 ; all in township 27, range 1.
Also lot 3, 4. 8.6, 910. 11, 12, 13. 14 and 1
in eotion 15, township 29, range 2. AIsp, I,
i" 5, 6, 7 and in eotlon 22, township 29,
rTo1e'sold in parcels not to exceed one hun
dred and ity acre, in oncers .ct.jR
Adm'rdebonis nonofRansomU. Byrn.deo'd,
By order of th'Court.
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST
executed by Paul S. Jones, datod Novem
ber 15, 1869, to secure the payment of a note
for three thousand dollars, in favor of John U
Rogers, the undersigned Trustee will sell at
publio sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, on
Rfondny, the 10th or December,
atllo'olooka.m..ln front of the Chancery
Court rooms on Second street, in the city of
Memphis, all the property described in thn
said deed of trust, being a parcel of land In
the city of Memphis, county of Shelby, and
State of Tennessee, beginning at the south
west corner or a lot Tormerly. owned by Daniel
Hughes, and on the east side of St. Martin
street, in South Memphis, at a stake; running
thence outh, with St. Martin street, thirty
feet to a stake: thence east on hundred and
siity-nin feet te a stake ; thence north, par
allel with th east side of bt. Martin street,
thirty foot to a stoke; thence west, on and
with the south aide of said Huirhps lot. one
hundred and sixty-nine foot to the beginning;
being the lot of ground conveyed by Ann hliza
Moore to the said P. 8. Jones, and by Henry
and Edgar Brookshire to said Ann hlisif
Moore. Right of redemption waived, and
title rj&uWOcR0GERS. Trustee.
Ellett A Phelan. Attorneys. 6M
TY VIRTUE OF A TRUST DEED E.h
JJ entcd to me by M. Connell. Jr., on the &d
Jay or February, 1870. and duly recorded in
the Register's offioe for the eounty of Shelby,
State of Tennessee, in Book i pf O, pages
273-4, and tot the purposof securing the pay
ment or eight notes, amounting to seven hun
dred and fifty dollars, payable to A . P. Curry,
or order, as desoribed therein, I will, on
Monday, November 2S, 1970,
between the hours or ten o'clock a.m. am four
o'clock p.m., on the premises, sell to the high
est bidder, for cash, the property convoyed to
me in safd Deed or Trust, to-wit: All the
right, title and interest pr M. Connell, jr., in
and to the Sawmill. Machinery, Lumber, 1 ix
tures and Leasehold in the ground formerly
used and oooupied by M. E. Eddins as a saw
mill, known s the Eddins Sawmill property,
situated on Chickasaw street, near Auction,
at the upper end of the United States Navy
Yard, on Wolf river, in Memphis, Tennessee.
The equity of redemption Is expressly waned
in the Trust Deed. The title is believed to be
good, but I convey only as Trustee.
67-76 A. J. WHEELER. Trustee.'
D. W. C. Senter, Governor of the State
of Tenneesee, to all who shall see these
An Act to Preserv tho Publio Feao.
Simon 1. Be It enacted by th General As
sembly or th State of Tennessee, That ir any
person or persons, masked orln disguise, shall
prowl, or travel, or ride, or wa k through the
country or towns or this State, to the disturb
ance or the peace or to the alarming of the .
eitisen of any portion or this State, on con
viction thereor shall be fined not less than one
hnndred dollar nor moro than five hundred
dollar, and imprisoned in the county jail,
or the countywherein convicted, at the discre
tion or thejury trying the case.
See. 2. Be it further enacted. That if any
Serson of persons, disguised or in mask, by
ay or by night, sball enter upon the premises
or another, or demand entrance or admission
into the house or enclosure of any eitis.-n ol
this State, it shall be considered prima facie
that hi or tkeir intention is to commit a
felony, and uch demand shall be deemed an
assault with an intent to eommit a felony ;
and th person or i-arsons so offending shall ,
upon oonviotion, be punished by imprison
ment in the penitentiary not les than ten
years nor more than twenty years.
See S- lie it further enacted, lhnt if any
person or persons, so prowling, traveling,
ridingor walkingthrough the towesor country
of this State, masked or in disguise, shall or
may assault another with a deadly weapon, he,
or they, shall be deemed guilty or an assault
with .n attempt to commit murdur in the first
rdegree. and, on conviction thereof, shall
suffer death oy oanging; i roviueu, me jury
trying the oause may substitute imprisonment
in th penitentiary for a period of not less
than ten year nor more than twnty-on
Sec 4. Be It farther enacted. That it shall
be the duty ef the several Jud pes of the Circ' ,
and Criminal Courts of this Slate to giro
Act in charge to th Grand Jurie at ei,
term or aaid courts.
Sec.K. Be It further enacted. That' e(lrand
Juries of this State shall have ow Ul ,OInIH,i
th attendance of witnesses wh- . t. r
any on of their body may ,., m y,tion
of any of toe provtsioasof t ,it.
fu tnJ'-ed. 1 hat the Gov
ernor of the State Is berr ,u,horird te ..fler
a reward or for Ih ,prehension and de
iverr to th Sheriff e,r Jai,r of ,Brrnty in
this State any penKjB wn m,T b. tujiy ,f a
violatluB of th rgoni or third sections of this
See. T. Ba ''t further enaeted. That this Act
shall tat 'jffeet from and after its psage.
"Pakr of th House of Representatives.
D. B. THOMAS.
Speaker of the Senate.
Passed January 30. 187".
Kow, therefor, t. D. VT. C. SENTER. Gov
ernor or Tennessee, by virtue or tbe power in
me vested, do hereby offer a reward of Two
Iftindred and Fifty IMiers itM:"i for the ap
prehension and delivery to tee Sheriff or
Jailer of any county in this Stte. any perssin
who may be guilty of a violation of in second
or third section of the above Act.
Ia testimony whereof. I have hereunto sub
tm rrif.ed my riaane. and caused he
x.L I great al of b. Stale te t. altneil.
1 at th leartment ia N..hTitie,
v thi 2d day of Noi emWr, A. li. I.To.
1). W . I- stMKk.
Bf the Governor:
T. B. tan.ia.Se.-yef Stat. IdTo-w V
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