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iOfflcet No. 18 Madison Ml mt ; I LARGEST CITY CIKCULA1I0N ' JftEMPllIS rOSTOfc AlE. .. , , Ortioi Bocu-Fiou i.w. ro6r.ii. t Sud1t, ' Fsoa V TO 10 A.M. ClOIM. Arrivee, A.M. I P.M. A.M. r.u. Memphis A Ohio R.H. 12H 9.60 l m 12X f wioe Daily. 4M I 12H SX 1.25 I Memphis k Charleston it. n. v Daily. Mississippi A Tennes- n. a. .n.ii,. Memphis ft Little Root K,. K. Datll :.. .t..A u ..i I l.ilw Miss. river to Helena ft , Friar'i P't daily. Vicksburg(tri-weekly) Mon.,Thurs., Sat. Mi., n.i.. t. St. t.null Friar's P't dail S I Mon. and Thura. I White Kiver Bemi S .1 Weekly lues, ft SaL I Ark sriver, trl-weesiy I 1 Mod.. Wed. ft Friday. 7 vi...:... .i..Lrlvl 101 Cuba.'Tennessee n. 12X 6 weekly rnuay. BybaliaAOliveBranoh '1'ues. and Fri. 12X 5 BAILROAD TIME TABLES. , j ; MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD Arrlrti. Leaves. , , A.M. P.M. Hall - 12.15 Express .........s.JU . Way Freight -15 Soniervilie Accom -9.V A.M. P.M. 11.40 6. 6.45 4.15 Through Mall train WILL HOT itop at flag . stations west of Moscow. ' TicketOflice,275 Mainitreet,eornei of South , Court. ' ) MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLK RAILROAD. Arrivei. Leaves. ' a.m. p.m. I A.M. P.M. Day Express..."..-..... ,Ku i5) 4,15 t" Night Express 4.15 I i-f . . i . . : . v.Vrllt. anil fTtiai- llaliy xnrougu iram vu tanooga without' change of ears. Leaves at 7-45 p.m.f arrival in Nashville at a.m., i Chattanooga at 7 :1B p m.. next day. Brownsville Accommodation leaves daily (except Sunday) at 4:15 p.m. . ,! .. Depot at head of Main street. ' Ticket omce, 237X Alain street, on door aoirth of Jefferson. MISSISSIPPI AND TENNkSSBB R. i.( j (Takai effect Sunday, J one 12, 1870.) , ; Arrives. Leaves. A.M. P.M. S. 0. Mall (daily) M 1.60 B"ldailys.s7nd7y) ' 8.15 A.M. r.M. 4.30 1.40 llepot at tool OI .Tiam . Ticket Office. 2374 Main street, oie door . .... ! . north of Jenerson. . MEAIPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK RAILROAD ' Through from Memphis to Little Rock in 14 honrs. On and after Thursday, the 11 th Say of August, 1879, until further notice. train wiU run daily (Sundays exeepteo.) as , olio..: ArrtTel; ul .. P.. , .. 7.40 : 1 1.20 A.M. P.M. 6.30 3.00 flopefleld. ...... ...... Brinxiey.... r . i . . : Miii iHM notwtffald Mondays. Wednesday! and Friday, at 8 a.m. Arrira at Hopefield Tuedayi. ThUTidayi and Saturday!, at 4 p.m. ,.... t Baggage oheeked through to LlttU Rook on "Ferryboat will leare wharftoat, foot of Onion itreet, daily, at S.w a.m. B. D. WILL IAMB, j ' General Agent and SuperinUBdaat. B. P. Romwm. Ai't Bnp't. " WESTERN METHODIST, Formerly Komphli and Arkaniu Chriitian Advocate. Soithern Methodist Newspaper, rimn wily issui EXCEEDS 6500 COPIES. Flint-Class Medium for Advertisers. OnoCopy,- 1 1 00 por Mum. TenCopioi, 17 60 per annum. R. yr. BMHW ft CO W. C. JOHNSON ...Publisher!. .Editor. Ml 28 JCTTERSON ST., KEHTHIS, PHYSICIANS. DR. A. A. LAURENCE, OFFICE AND ROOMS No. 57 Adams St., IxretrorralvarT Ch-rrt.. (10 . . aa . uaa f Tflfl VTI.I.lAMN DRS. KAMSET & WELLIA3LS, 0. 2 TIXCEXT BL0C, 57-134 tmnt Conrt HtrtU THE CITY. M EMPHISi elar Jam. . 7I. The Weed Sewing Ma chine, 263 Second St. 59 -t Gas-fittwo at 315 Second at , 42T All notices of meetings of any organ ized institution willte puulistod at fifty cents in advance, or if charged, one dol lar, for each insertion, if the game does not exceed one square. t What kk toi b Symptoms? Mrs. Se lina Horton, residing at Fort Lee, was, five months ago, a confirmed hypochon-1 driac. One day she was bewailing her miserable condition to a lady friend in in Brooklyn. "What are your symp toms?" said the lady. - " Oh, I am sick all orer," was the reply; " never free from headache and pains in the back; rery weak, and so low-spinted that the least thing makes me cry." ''Just my own case a year ago, when I commenced miug Plantation Bitters," said Mrs. II. "Welir inquired her Yiend. , " Well, they cured me of every Jittremiiijj symp tom in two weeks, and you'd better fol low my example." The lady did so, aud with the aame happy result, i . ) daw Db. Sack's Catarrh Remedy is no pay ent medicine humbug gotten up to dupe the ignorant and credulous, but is a per fect specific for nasal catarrh, " cold in the head," and kindred diseases. The proprietor, R. V. Pierce, M. D , of Buf falo, New Tork, offers $500 for a cane he cannot cure. Sold by dropgista or sent by mail for sixty cents. A pamphlet free. a Rnwv A Bbownk.315 Second it. 42T Old Varieties Theate. Fun for the million. The big Tiht, corner Wash ington and Main, will show the way. t Sea Moss Fabine from "pure Irish for blanc mango, "pndJingi, cus moss tards, creams, etc., etc. The cheapest, healthiest and mot de'iciosfood in the world. ' dw Hats cleaned, dyed and trimmed, equal , .' Bad This, If yo,, , i-,, i.' ... " 1 ! ,Wan,t a pook, ... . ' j Want a aituation, ' 1 ' 1 Want & salesman, 1 ' , Want a servant girl, r( ' i' . Want to rent a atore, i j Want to sell piano, . Want to sell horse, Want to buy a horse, ... Want to buy a house, . Wanttoreuta house, . .. , , Want to lend money, 1 . i Want to sell a patent, Want to sell a carriage, . j Want a boarding place, , Want to borrow monoy, . Want to find an address, i i .; Want to sell a house and lot, : Want tu find a Strayed animal. . , . j Want to sell a piece of furniture, , j Want to buy a second-hand carriage,' Want to find anything you have lost, Want to find an owner for anything found, . ; 1 I For a few cents you can tell thousands of people through the columns of the Public Ledgkb, some of whom will be sure to have what yon ask for, or knoi where you can get it Try it and see Eatlav Eltphaata In Parln. S luui m v J i uf !ni lilllml rjlir and Pollux the two elephants lately installed at tht Jardin a Acclimation, anu upun iuv backs of which, in happier times, 80 many children of all ages and sexes used to take a ride in tne dois ae douiouh. Tk J...,mllnn wliw'll ill naillllia IT1VAB X UD ucovi ' ' o of their slaughter is in the highest de gree epic. It was anticipaieu wmi, lot lowing the example of their wild brethrenj, whose tury, wnen wounaeu, is wrriuio, Castor and Pollux, if not instantly killed, would burst loose from their pnsoe house, and scatter destruction tar and ,;,ln Tint ha nnnr beasts showed no more fight than an expiring sheep. Pol l.. . ft,, (ire trt fnll dnna til death by an explosive bullet, the triumph of the great gnnmaker's (M. Devism's) skill. The ball struclt behind tne ngni shoulder, and bursting internally, pro duced ; a terrible hemorrhage in the bowels. - , , ! The huge beait bore the wound pa- .: .iw . alVar Oiwlinir f Via re with blood, expired without a struggle. Castor was slain by a young Englishman, Mr. Milne Edwards, who aimed at the head ..rnMnna in the heart The first ball struck on the right temple; and Las- tor, atter a snnu cry oi sarpnae u n.;n aanknnnn hie knftAff. ' The second bullet struck him in the little hollow cav ern, sunk into the loreneaa, ana opo ,1,a Iia foil inatantlv. To-night the restaurant at Peter s, in the Passage des rrinces, is crowuea wun Pnxh mntnmmalevri. e&cer to taste the flesh of a new animal. 1 have just mut an Enelish friend who dined there, and who says that eaten with, or rather concealed by, sauce Madere, Lastor ,l. M Fnsh nrnvprh. 14 nit tnfl n- gtrau on BTwdptrt- "But ajthe i...nia ''Paiiiip anil Pr.iluz were onlv six years old, and, inasmuch as the ele phant lives a nunureu years anu mure, they must be regarded as babies." PERSONAL. Theodora Tilton is preparing to lift the ail. Brignoli has presented Xilsson with a stage head jewel i '- ' ' TV,o K !nir nf Hnlland drinks six bottles of champagne at a sitting. Madeline Henriquez is about to do something for her country. Miss Glynn, the reader, has come to financial grief in New York. Calvin Cross, the New York bigamist, has gone to the West Indies. E. P. Whipple, the essayist, is proposed as editor for Every Saturday. R. Sheridan, a young lawyer of Jersey City, has gone crazy from starvation. Morris Powers, a Minnesota lumber man, was recently eaten by wolves. Liszt threatens to become a monk. He has always been a little monkey in disposition. For love of a schoolmistress James Kidd. of McLean county, Illinois, blew . ... v t I r l l r QUI ma lUUilBU ura.ii.a. The Mnnroa fGa.) Witness calls npon Mr. George Hillver to "gleam bis saber n the benate Ibamoer. : Simmons, the American sculptor, has busted grant. The mouth of the statue is passed up per nimmons. Miss McGuire, of New York, married one of her two suitors, and the other stabbed her lather to gel square. In the Massachusetts Republican cau cus for nominating United States Sena tor, Mrs. Julia Ward Howe had one vote. "The FireDlace" lis the name of a A f rt nri col ra n in nun Anv oni can get warm for ten cents, or red-bot lor a quarter. ' a VA.mn ma 1 M .lit n..1 A ill r ft U tf A IVUUp UI.U IH ". ....... ...... w. the West, went one evening to see hb darling, and after making love to her om. vnlnrifl in nnn thff ntieation. She seemed very much agitated, and said: "you skeer me." He apologized, saying that he did not mean to scare her. reeling mucn depressed, ne too uio iia w pJ ji i i . " . ...... ........ - , don't be in a hurry I wish you would -i. ...;" kori uic cam ' . Twenty years ago the public mind in PritA.(utit nrmntriea hi crreatlv exriU'd over the strange fate of a Jewish child named Montara. A Romish nurse in a Jewish family in Rome secretly baptized the child, and be was immediately spir ited away to a place of concealment, the y. -l ii.i: .L rvomisn aumormea nomiug luui nucunu once baptized, even by a layman, should be left in the hands of Jewish parents. TriA trttnATinH f-hilil Mnntflxft haa lUHt reappeared, and is presented to the world a itomisn priest. Six new ballads by Charles G. Iceland, with the title of Hans Breitmann as an 1'bUn, have recently been publinhed in London, and will soon be issued in Phil adelphia by T. B. Peterson & Brothers. The brief tract by the same author Fraace, Alsace and Lorraine published soon after the breaking out of the war, has been very favorably received abroad, and shows that our popular countryman is something more than facetious. The hunters of Siberia, when prssed tvlin.M. t. L . lmn ri ..'. fif VwiMr.l Anil placing one on the pit of the stomac h and the other on the back, gradually .1 . . . 1 . V. an1 .tii.a allay in some degree the cravings of the appetite. This is said to be a very eco nomical aina ot board. An Iowa naner makes this liberal offer " If any one in this vicinity has a dollar note and will let ot tee it, we will plao? his name on oar lilt for six months sub scription. . TIia abilitT to " ierk iuitire balJbead- " is the latest Cairo compliment to a I 1 1 SPECIAL NOTICES. . BiTOross, AhtoluU Dlvoroas leiallr ob tained in Haw York, Indiana, Illinois, and othar StaUa, for parsons from, any 6UU or eounty, lef al avery where t datertion, druak aaais, aon-inppevt, eU.,infflciientcaaiei no ubUeity. No ehargs natii dlvoroa Is ob Uiuod. Advlosfreo. Adilraas MOORE A RICHARDSON, ,( .1 Couaiellora at Law, 101-12-100 1W Broadway. Naw York City. . m Torrsst'sJnnlpsrTar ForCoushs.Crouiw, IIoaneneH.WhoopIni Cough, 8IUlni Blood, Bronohltis, and all dUaaaas f the lungs. Parties purchasing should be eareful, as there hrjia naunterfeita reaambling the o-raMiM ealoulated to mislead all la want of this preparation. Xba is warranwa, or the money refunded s and this Is prepared by Dr. Jams Masou Fosskst A Co., sinoo 1862. GOODYEAR lllLltO, 9-11-t 2S1 Main St., Sole Agenu, mempair. ...u n.ka A victim ofaaxlv IndiierS- ATV1U uv - tion, causing nervoui debility, premature decay, etc, having tried in vain every adver tised remedy, has a simple mesas of self-cure, which he will send free to hit follow sufferers. Addreti J. H. TUTTXK. 78 Nat.au itreet. New York. 107-12-106-eod F L O R I Tlio Celebrated Murray I " & . I Lanman's ;i Florida Water The most lasting, agreeable and refreshing of all per fumes, for use on the hand kerchief, at the toilet, and in the hath. For sale by all Druggists and Perfumers, m BLANKS. LEGAL BLANKS! TVarranteeSDeeds, Trust it Quitclaim " Deeds of Gift, Attachments, Leases, Chattel Mortgages, Crop Summons, Executions, Garnishments, Subpoenas, WRIT OF FORCIBLE ENTRY AND DETAINER, Appearance Bonds, Tower of Attorney, i Deputations, Dray Tickets, Bills of Lading, Etc., etc., etc., KEPT ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP, AT TIIIS OFFICE! JOB PRINTING PUBLIC LEDGER 1 1 BOOK AND JOB ,: . . . ' ;...!...! it 1 t .. 1 ' I .,' i. Ii Printing Establishment . :. ! r. ... it. i -dt : I - t '.. I . ' . .. . .... 'i i ' ...! 13 Madison Street. E. WHITM0RE, - - Proprietor. mUI3 ESTABLISHMENT. BKINu UUUX X stocked with the latast and moat Improved Styles of Presses, From the celebrated taannfactoales of R. Uoe k Co., and Geo. P. Gordon, and with all the styles and designs of Borders, Ornaments, Etc., ' " Trom the well-known fonndries of J(knon St Co., Phlladeli-bia and Cincinnati, we are prepared to execute every deicrlption of BOCK AND JOB PRINTING, IV A M4IIISI UNSURPASSED IN THE SOUTH. PRINTING , SUCB AS BILLS OF FAKE,' BALL TICKETS. PROGRAMMES, AUCTION BILLS,! IHAND BILLS, CIRCULAR. HEADING!. INVOICES. DEEDS. CARDS. BILLS LADING. ENVELOPES. HILL HEADS. CATALOOCES, MORTGAGES, PROMISSORY NOTES, DRUOOISTS' LABELS. ' DRAT RECEIPTS.! BANK CHECKS. CONTRACTS. H II I P P I N O TJLQH Every Yarlety of Blanks. , WS ill MSfAlIO TO PRINT AND BIND, IN A SUPERIOR BTVLK. Paniblt t'Hk Bks, Day Books, Book a, BriAfs, Et. ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO Steamboat Printing:, STEAMBOAT POSTERS, BILLS OF FARE. MANIFESTS. ETC Theater, Clrctu and Show Bills, Done la in peri or strls and at lowest ratas. FOSTERS, STBEET BILLS. PBeMJBAIfalB DODCIKBS. STREAMERS! Ws kara the arcatt Bloek Trpe tnaanfa tared for tail parpoM, ui latter OMapriai a ELiUOTH SHEET. mm- Orders prompUr attended to.ZFEICES KEASONABLE. TYPE) Ledrer-Printing House, IS BIADISOBSTBKBT. ,1,K iii. KOSKOO ' Recouinieudod and Endorsed by, over "lu Serea Hundred 4 Doctor.' ' , r ..ll.,r,il . ..... II I) IA. DR. LAWRENCE'S 4 i : COWrOPND rLTJiD EXTRACT or j K 0 S K 0 0 ! , T1IK Q BEAT ! HEALTH RESTORER. Not a Secret Quack Medicine Formula Around the Bottle ' PIIPAISD SOL1I.T ST i Dr. J. J. Lawrence, Organlo Chemist KOSKOO . ' ' fl " ' I ; Strikes at the Root of Disease ' IT ' PURIFYING THE BLOOD, ' RESTORING THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS TO A HEALTHY ACTION, AND IN VIGORATINU THE NER- i VOU8 SYSTEM. ' This is the Secret of Its Wonderful ' Success in Cnrlng ' ' - i i., . i i CONSUMPTION IN ITS EARLY STAGES. SCROFULA. SYPHILIS. DYSPEPSIA. LIVER COMPLAINT. CHRONIC , 1 RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, , ! ! NERVOUS AFFECTION. '' 'i ERUPTIONS OF THE BKIN. HUMORS, LOSS OF VIGOR, DISEASES OF KIDNEY AND BLADDER. AMD ALL Diseases Cansed ly a Bad State of the Blood. It thoroughly eradicates every kind of Hu mor and Bad Taint, and restores the entire system to a healthy condition. It is beyond question the finest tomo ID TBS WORLD. Thousands have been ohanged by the use of this medicine from weak, sickly, suffering- creatures, to itronf, healthy and happy men and women. Invalids cannot hesitate to give it a trial. No medicine has obtained such a great rep ntation as this Justly celebrated compound. rOK TESTIMONIALS i From physicians, eminent divines, editors, drnrsists, merchants, etc., sea KOSKOO ALMANAC for this year. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. TOl-SALIBT The Principal Druggists in the United Stales and British America. oar Da. Lawrkvce's Wouh'i Fbiixd cures all dl'.i'M p.cnlirto feTnal'.M2JW MEDICAL. Tlio Mrltlal Chamber. 1 ASSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN, ON GREAT j Sicial Evils and Abuses, which interfere with MARRIAGE with sure means of relief for the Erring and Unfortunate, diseased and debilitated. Sent free nf charge, in sealed envelopes. Address. HOWARD AHSOCIA TION. No. 1 Kouth Ninth street, Philadel phia. Pa. 119--41 A VEGETABLE PREPARATION. DI8- XV covered and used by a reitular physician for thirty years, in over three thousand cases. making a THOROUGH CURE IN EVERY CASE. It cleanses the vstem from all the effects of m.rurv. and is bfirfectiv harmless when useu as directed. CHARGES MODERATE, And a thnrnn.h cure anaranteed or the money refunded. All eninmunicauons sinouy couu dential. Back omce up stairs over No. 208 Front Street, Memphis. , 4H-123 J. V. Ft'NHEM.. SALVE. Carbolic Salve. The Important dlw-overy of the CAKItOLIC) AC'II at H LEAXNIX, PL'RIFYlVCi, an. I sss'Al.IvrJ Acoiit tuniiAol the most remarkable retaiiltsi or modern meuieai renearoii. Duriuff the lata civil war It ioiiulivl w iiuswl in tlie HoMpltalt. and waa found to be not only a thoroiigh dlMln fectant,uutaiftotne moNtwoii. nerfiil and wpeedy 11EAI.IXU ltK.nt.lJt ever Known. . It 1m now presented In n ficlentiflc eomblnation with other noothiri(r and heallne atrenoiest, In the form of n bALVE; and, having been al- reaalr uel in nmnberieMis caMeis with moMt wttlxfiK-tory and benenclalreMUltskwehavu no hesitation In otlorlng It to the nn blln an the moMt eertai n. rapid andetfeetnal remedy for all Nor en and Ucers, no mat ter of how lonr ruandlng, for Itarntt, 'nf. W'onnds, and every AURANIO. ol or tXA.NlI.andfor Miln leaH)t generally. . Sold by all Druggists. Price 85 cents. JOHN F. HENRY, Sole Prop'r, MEAT. ETO. BULK MILIT &SD LAKD, In Tlercea and Kcus ' mi SALS AT No. 398 Shelby Street. Apply to 101-t F.W.IKVlSEaVSO, 7S Frsst Hlrrat. DR., D.,S, MEDICAL DISPENSARY N SlO Main Street, Up 'tairH, . -'.! MUM Between Adams and Washington, TS KOw PERMANENTLY ESTABLISHED FOR THE TREATMENT OF PATIENT. J. both Mala aud female, rho arc aulioted with any form of vknbkkai. or rkcrkt uihkahiii such as Syphilis, Uonnrrhoea, Oleet, Strictures and all Urinary Diseases; Syphilitic or Alerci rial Afiecttiins of the Throat, Skin or Bones, Orchitis, Hernia or Rupture; also the effects of Solitary Habit, ruinous to the body and mind, produoing Blotches on the Pace, Doliility, Iu potency, Diitlneus, Dimness of Sight, Contusion of Ideas, Evil Foreboding, Aversion to Suoict) Loss of Memory, Weakness, etc, ; not all of these in any ous ease, but all occurring frequonu in various oa.es. jj-.j pjvi.i.i.? ., ... . RHEUMATISM AND CURED BY A Particular Attention Paid to Diseases of Womei Such as Excessive, Suppressed" or Painful Menstruation, Leuoorrhoea or Whi the Womb, and all irregularities of the Monthly Periods, causing Sterility or lit uiufniiuie. vuimuuipuuii. I are invited to call, aa I can cure all old Syphilitic Diseases, it makes no diflereuce ul' hot long suuiuiug. mej win yieiu vo my ' ' $ Celebrated Vegetable Remedies, To which THOUSANDS can testify, whs have been cored by me In New Orleans, Memphis Cairo, and various other places. . All communications strictly confidential. i, ISO 'P!a.Y;;'.UNTIL OUREDl! Will be required of parties living and doing business on their own account In Memphis, The Doctor can lie consulted personally or by letter, unon all Diseases pertaining to hi: . Specialty, and all other Diseases not requiring A HEPAHATE OFFICE FOH LADIES. 1 f Offlrje Hours from 8 o'clock a.m. to 6 o'clock p.m. ' TRUSTEES' SALES. i BY VIRTUE OF A TRUST DEED EXE cuted to me on the 6th day of January. lfk7, by J. K. Merriman, and reitisterad in the Register ouiro Ol ciibiu uuuuiy, iu uuua ua, part i, page3 UIO ana blu, I will on Saturday February 18, 1871, Between the hour of 10 o'clock a.m. and 3 o'clock p.m., on the premises, sell at auction, lo luv UIKUU.l umuor, lur vmu, mv luuu.iu. real oronertv. to-wit: A certain lot of ground situated in Memphis, Shelby oounty, Tenn., on the northeast corner of Pontotoc and Mul berry streets i said lot beginning at the inter section of said streets, running thence north, with the east side or Mulberry street, seventy five feet; thence east, at right angles with said street, one hundred and twenty feet; thence south, in a line with Mulberry street, seventy-five feet, to Pnntotee street: thence with the north line of Pontotoo street, one hundred and twenty foot, to the beginning. Title believed to be good, but I wiU sell and convey only as trustee. i VM-lio w. u. tiAtiKHHU, Trustee. Valuable Land for Sale.. . j ON THE 7th DAY OP FEBRUARY, 1871, as Trustee, I will sell for cash, to the mghest bidder, without the equity of redemp tion, on the premises, the highly improved and valuable farm known as the Dr. Sam Bond place; containing about 74b aores, lying on the Memphis and Ohio railroad, about fifteen miles from Memphis, in the county of Shelby. The land is excellent. The dwelling is a fine briek bouse, with eight or more rooms; good out-houses and fencing. The locality is health, and th. place rM January 5. 1871. , : 110-136 BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST executed to ma by B. Cuneo, which is Hulvreiriatnred in the office of the Register of Shelby county. Tennessee, in book No. Bp, part 3, page zo, ana lur tne purposes uierviu recited,! wilt on the j 8th day of February, 1871. Dn tfcn itrATnises. between ID o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m., sell to the highest bidder, at fiunucsaie, inrcasn, me loimwing uenoriu.u and and premises, to-wit: Being in the city of Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee, and Vn..wn at. tha timA of the execution of said deed as lot No. Main street; it being the first lot north or the Uayoso mock, oeiween Uayono and Beal streets, on the east side, fronting twentv feet and being one hundred and forty-eight feet deep. All right of re demption is waived by said deed ol trust, ana the title is believed to be good, but I shall sell and convoy only as trustee, and not otherwise. J. A. PHINAIOO. Tni'tee.. . LEGAL. AlfacliiiH'iil Notice. j ' T. J. Brettan 1 Befors 8. a J.N.Hardaway iS. H.ForbesJ Moore' P TTACHMENT HAVING BEEN ISSUED IX. by me in tne auove cause, on mm grou.u that the defendant are non-resident of the KrA tn ihttt. th. nrdinarv nroceaa of law can not be served upon them, and the same having been returned by the proper officer, levlou, etc., the defendants will take notice that this cause is set for trial Monday, February IWtJi, 1X71 at iu o'clock a.m.. before me. a Jus tice of the Peace for Shelby county, at my office in the city of Memphis, when and where the defendants can appear ana aeiena siua nit fir th. .am. will be oroceeded with ex parte; and it is further ordered that this notice be published once a week for four eoo- seautive weeks in tne i-udiic i.euger, uow. paper published in the city or Meuipnis, city or Meinpnis, 6. A. MOORK.J. P irnevs. 1 Logwood 3c Micou, Attorneys January 27, 1871. 128-131-140-148 First Circuit Court of Shelby County, Ci.kkk's Omcs. January 16, 1871 J Clark, Ely k Co., Plaintiffs, vs. 1 (Attachm'tSuit F. M. A J. J. Nabors,, DePtsJ I A FPIDAVIT FOR ATTACHMENT HAlT in hr,An mmlA in this case in oursuance of Section H-V of the Code of Tennessee, that the defendants are non-residents of this State, and attachment having been issued and re turned by the proper officer " levied, ete.j on the property of the defendants ; it is there fore ordorcd, that said defendant appear at the First Circuit Court room, in the pity pf Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first Monday in May next, and defend thissuit, or the same will be tnkon for confessed aa to them, and the case set for bearing ex parte: and that a copy of this order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the Public Ledger. I FRANK TAFT. ClerkJ By L. E. Boswxi.i.. Deputy Clerk. j A Cony : Plnintiff'. HH-12I-1'-1 W ATTORNEYS. JOHN HALLUM, j ATTORNEY AT LAW, 41S C IIEftTNUT HTBEET. I Opposite Court House, ST. jffi' k. YR1QHT. w. o. roLii WRIGHT at FOLKES, . 1 Attorneys-at-LaAV, OFFICE i KIT WILLIAMS BLOCK, j Ceraer Main am 'MsMllaosi lroa, WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COITKTS in Shelby county (Slate and Federal), and in the Supreme Court at Jackson Tea- FOUNDRY. Ropr. NTCHnr.aiiw. of Robinson A Nicholson. A. W. Mi:CSKri.L, formerly with Quinby k Robinson, ltol. j Western Foundry, AUD MACHINE SHOP, Nheltty Street. ' (OPPOSITE THE OLD GAY0SO HOUSE.) XEW ABRAMCiEMCHT. NICHOLSON k McCOXXELL. (Successors to W. A. Robinsoa k Co. VJICHOtPON A McCONN"KT.L. HAVINU leaaed the ahove naDd Foundry for a term of yean, oB.r their rrics lo th. pub lic. n!iM::r.g nr.Ur. f..r ALL KIMS or WuRk INI fi KI H LINK, promising dispatch and promptna for ail woik intro.u-d to thtm. Special attention given to repairing machiae r. .p' .Ip.mtu .l wr"k. 1 t:--1 4 tXjR NEAT AND P.XPKDIT1018 st 1 Printing, call at U Madiaoa street. JOHNSONS . . . . . MEMPHIS, TEXSESSEI RHEUMATIC PAINS NEW METHOD.' ' Whites, Falling o arronneas, an his attention outside of his oflice. j RAILROADS. MEMPHIS AND NASHVILLE , SHORT LINE. Mfeniptalaana Loalnvllle, and Nnxh vlll)nd North weat'n rallroails. ' . . ..... a Yia, ".M oKenzie. Two Passenger Trains Daily. Leave Memphis............. 4:00 a.m. Arrive at Nashville 6:40 p.m. 4:30 p. 6 :00 a. 7.10 p.m 4:14 a.m do Chattanooga... 4:30 a.m. ' do Atlanta 3:17 p.m. do Knoxvllle 11:02 a.m. do Bristol 6:40 p.m. do Lynchburg, Va 8:00 a.m. do Louisville, Ky 1 :40 p.m. 1:40 p.m 78 Hllca Snorter than via ncatni SO MaHliville. Shortest, Best, Quickest Route Tha only route by which passengers are not compelled to change cars. Sleeping oars run directly through to Nash villa only oy this route'. Baggage and passenger cars run through ti paanville on the passenger train leavin Memphis at 4:30 p.m. Save time, distance, and the delays and troubles incident to changing cars at unseas onable hours. r Get your tickets at 237 Main street, oi at Depot, head of Main street. Take tbi through sleeper or a seat in one of the throngt passenger ears of this line. Advise you neighbors, friends, and the traveling public to take the Short Line, via McKontie, going to or returning from Nashville. The only route selling tickets via Nashvill to Chattanooga, Knoxville. Bristol. Lynch burg, Petersburg, Richmond, Norfolk, Rome. Atlanta. Macon, Augusta, Columbus, Mont gomery, West Point, Columbus, Savannah, Wilmington and Charleston., The price tickets as low as any route. J. W. THOMAS, General Sup't. W. L. DANLEY. General Passenger and Ticket Agent. ,. W.H. LANDIS. Passenger Ag't N. and N. W. R. R. JAMES 6PEKO, Ticket Ag't. 67-t 237 Main street. LOUISVILLE ROUTE NORTH AND EAST. , Winter Schedule. -Takes Effect January Mh, 1871 Leave. Memphis - Arrive at! St. Louis Nashville Louisville Cincinnati ........ , 4.ir. a.m. 1.45 p.m 7.15 a.m ,....10,30p.m, n.-u p.m. ..lti.,1" p.m. 9. 00 a.m ...5.00 a.m. I.u5i).m Indianapolis...... Cleveland .. Buffalo Niagara Falls Pittsburg. Baltimore Washington City Phi ladel )hia.... New York ..... 4.05 a.in. 11.110 p.m 3.55 p.m. 7.30 a.m . 10.30 p.m. 2.00 p.m , 6.20 a.rj. ' 4.45 p.m . 7.25 p.m, 8.45 a.m , 8.06 fj.m. 6.25 p.m ..10.itf a.m. 10.00 p.m ..... S.'a.m. 5.35 p.m - 1.40 p.m. 8.30 p.m Brownsville Accommodation leaves dailjj lexcept rtumiayj at :!,, p.m. Daily through train to Nashville and Chat tanooga without cb.nge of cars. Leave a 7:45 p.m. 1 arrive in Nashville at a.m. Chattanooga at 7 :',0 p.m., next day. Depot at head tif Main street. Ticket Office, 237 Main street, one dooi norm 01 jenerrion. The train leaving Memphis atl.45 p.m. run dally. The4.15a.m. train does not run on Sun day. Both trains run through to Louisvilb without change. Elegant sleeping cars run tnrongn on tue l. p.m. train trom JMemphi to Louisville, connecting at Louisville will through ears to Philadelphia. Cleveland. But falo and New York, without change. Only An m V. T 1 1 . ,A I; 1 i Washington City and Boston. Berths and staterooms. In through cars, can be engaged at ins xioset voice, iii,viB street. J. F. BOYD, Superintendent. Jag. Srssn, Ticket Agent. 9-o2-t PASSENGERS GOING EAST, Via LOUISVILLE or CAIRO, Should purchase tickets by tha ERIEAATUNTIC&GREATWFiTERN RAILWAY, 1 forming the best and most comfortable Line to New York, Boston, and Northern and Atlantic viii., wiu, ui.Kiiiu-eu t r a lane tumniNBU ui and Night Coaches, through to New Yori witheut change. Two Lightalsff Express Trains Daily. This is the only Line from Cincinnsti to new rorx anuor one manatrement; the only Line from Ciaeinnatl to New York without break of Gauge; the only Line whose Trains run through to New York without change; the only Line running roaches throush without using Compromise Wheels; the only Line- running Palace Broad Gauge Coaches through Wltnoui cnange. aver If you dtisire nronrnt time and certain connections, finest scenery on the Continent, most comfortable Cars in the world, mast mag niti cent dining halls and ample time for meals, and the safest, best, and most eomforUMe-raute-go to New York by the ERIE A AT LANTIC k GRSAT WESTERN RAILWAY. Tickets by this Line for sale at all Ticket. Umoes through the boutb WM. R. BARR. el n'l Passenger er Ag t, N. 1. w. B. M1A11I X, Oen'l Ponthern Ag't. Plnelrm.tl. P SCALES. ' FAIRBANKS' SCALES! PRICES KEDl'CED! T TXITED STATES STAND U ard Scales i and variety. Every every mi. l "J t SoaJ a w ar-(. -esr y Clk ranted. McX)MB3. SELLER k ETfiNKS. MONUMENT s. Steam Vorlw. T LTO MAN KATDWELI. PSitte is ITALIAN, AMERICAN AND SCOTCH 8KAMIE MONUMENTS, 7 AXD S rXIO! KTRCFT. MonumentJi, Tomh., Head snd Foot Ftcr-e., Manila., aaea. learner and T hie Tor., ler nitara M.h. etc., ef th. ht Italian aa.J America Marble, at Northera price. LI to new at 3'0 Main street. . li rarmi qaire.