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lues, and Fri.
'JJSocth MRMfBis, No. 118-meets 2d Friday
in eacn mown nan turner ... --
ond W IS. Matthews, W . M. I Ben K. Pul
len. Secretary i
AuaoiA, No. 108 meets 1st Monday in
every month, at Odd Fellows' Hall, corner
flonrf and Main. C. M. Carroll. W . M. ! John
i .... J; K OttQ 1 at TMil.v n
each month hall corner Madison and Second,
il. H. Hieliee, W. M. : M. S. Judan. Sec'y.
DkSoio, No. 2!i9-inects 3d Friday of each
month-"dd Fellows' Hall. R. C. Willlam-
Kit.wtK5ii, No. ail meets 4th Friday of
each monm m nomu .nw puii .';, iU,i
of Mdiim and Second. W. B. Richardet,
W. M.i Louis Ciapski, Secretary.
Psk CBtrrti. No. 22-meets 2d Monday of
4f each month-Odd Fellows' Hall, C M. Car-
ii k, IT II v . It V T..tv S.cr.tj.rv.
Mkmphisj Ohaptfr, No y i meets at Odd
Fellows' Hall, lid Mondiy of each month. .
S. Mnithews.il. E. H. P.: John W. Ward,
. AND . M.
Ecbkka Corvrn.. No. 6 meets 3d Monday
of .arb. month-Odd Fellows' Hall. D. B.
Forster, Th. III.: l!- H, Myers, Reo.
CvTiitvt ToMMAiotir, No. 4 meets 4th Mon
day of each month, tico. Mollersh, Com. t T
J. Barcbus, hoc.
Cai.t.rt CiirTK or Rorit Csnti. 18th, No.
1. ( barles W. Adams. A, M. W.'.' i U.
T. Tomlinson, 32d, Sea.
T 4J. O. r. DIBE4.TORT. .J.;..:v,v
Odd Fellows' Hall, oorner Main and North
Memphis. Lonoi. No. 6 meets every Tues
day. J. W. lleatb, N. O.! A.J. Ward, V.
ii.t Jno. WayneBbura, Secretary.
ralp,.w l.nnii. Nn H me.tji every Mon
day niabt -Thomas S(. Binirbaiu, N. ti. ; Leon
A.evy. V . . t WOO. " . Ai. IDKiEi rwreiaif .
Hfutj r l.fim,v. No. 140 meets every Wed
nesdav night. K. Ackerman, N. t. ; Joseph
thl, V.O.i H. Uronauer, becretary.
B.khfb. Loooa, No. 147 uiceu every Friday
niKht. R. Shipway. N. 0. T. S. Jukes, V.
U.; C. D. Uilliard, becretary.
Memphie Degree Lodge No. 8 meets 1st
Saturday of each month. L. 8. Burr. W. L.
M. t John Linkbauer, D. L. M. ; b. M. Nor
wood, A. Am 91. 1 A,eoa A,evy, un)w(.
Ruth Lodoe, No. 1-m.eU 4th Thursday of
each month at 3 p.m. i nomas iiaoou, . u. ,
Mrs. H. L. Clroomes, V. U.; Jlrs. n. u
Gitoso Encampment. No. S meets on the
1st and 3d lhurmay nmnts ol eacn moniq
C. M. Carroll. C. P.i J. Linkhauer, H. P.; H
M Knr.n. H W , Thou. Itci,n . Kcrihe.
MxarBis Encampment, No. meets 2d and
4th Thunday niiihu of each month. A. W.
Jones, C P.iT b. Jukes, H. P.; T. S. Bin,-
bam, o. rt . ; ,. uross, ocrioe.
TTsjIleol Ancient dr t Drolda.
V.. .v O.ovv No. 1. 17. A. O. D.
meeU at the l)ruid Hall, No. 87 South Court
street, on the 1st and 34 loco-lay evenings la
Mch month. J. b. Hcihrcrs. N. A.: J.
Beehler. V. A.: P. W. ltuttinhaus. Becra
taiy ; John L. Ki hberr. Treasurer.
,v euphib uaovE, No. 2 meeu at the Druid
TIiiU. 37 Court street, ereryTbursdayeveninE.
Win. M. Loeb. N.A.; U. Oertel, V. A. I J.
P. bbide. Secretary i Barney Ory. Treasurer.
Cleartme Uriive. No. 3-meeU at the Druid
Ball, 37 Court etreet, on the 1st and 3d Mon
day aveninas in etcb month. A. F. Davis.
N. A.; Georire W. baiter, V. A.: M. Bren,
acretary; Martin Cohen, Treasurer.
Ccrcurdl S. A. Chapter, No. 1 meets at
the Druid Ball, on tbo 2d and 4th Tuesday
aventnss in ecb month. J. Beehler, K. b. A. ;
A. Hltifeld. becretary.
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bmdina of every d-cri tion, "
a very suirior naunar. and wannte4 U
St-.:', la Amenca; my st.x-S c.r i-'a of the
u with ."V i" Vie ,ri' i aMic. will
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JEFFERSON ST. MARKET.
68 Jefferson Street.
This place is kept open at all
hours of the day. The best of
fresh meats and vegetables can
always he had. Parties buying
in large quantities supplied at
lowest rates possible.
Furstenlieim & llexter.
FACTS AM FANCIES.
A shaky fabric A fabrication.
Sleight of hand Refusing a Bhake.
A St. Louis girl dislocated her neck in
kissing another girl.
A Texas paper publishes marriage
notices under the head of " Lost."
A rural paper remarks: " Cold nights
have put a stop to gate sparking. If
she doesn't ask you to come in now, you
had better quit."
A French Abbe apostrophizes as his
ideal of perfect bliss, "one of your
charming sinecures, with nothing to do
but believe in God."
Over the door of a cobbler's .shop in
Savannah, Ga., appears this legend:
" Boots and shoes is made hear ladies
and gentlomens repaired."
A Tennessee editor named Figures has
subtracted himself from the staff df his
paper, and his late patrons cipher bis
departure from the town.
The Golden Age newspaper referring
to the increased call for school books in
Brazil since emancipation, says that
liberty and the spelling book are " one
A certain Edinburgh professor once
pronounced upon a student his severe
opinion: "Dunce you are, and dunce
you will ever remain." That student
was Sir Walter Scott
A clergyman at Council Bluffs charges
by weight in marrying couples, the rate
being four cents a pound for the groom
and two for the bride. Why this distinc
tion on account of sex?
IJie following notice is stuck up on a
bridge at Denver, Colorado: "No vehicle
drawn by more than one animal is al
lowed to cross this bridge in opposite
directions at the same time."
A country editor's sole editorial in
one week's issue was that " If anything
will make a man feel juicy about the
heart, it is to talk velvet to a pair of sky
colored eyes, by moonlight, in a clover
A fellow feeling: Indignant Old
Lady "Guard, do you allow smoking
in this compartment f Ubliging
Guard " Haw, weel, if nane o' the gen
tleman object, ye can take a bit draw o'
the pipe" Punch.
New York belles fear their new ball
dresses will be out of Rtyle before they
Alexis. N. B. TLe French pronunci
ation is necessary: Aleck tee, the same
as Parree. All who have been to Yur
rup will understand it.
" You have lost your right arm," said
George the III. to Lord Nelson, at his
first interview after the accident. " But
not my right hand," replied his lordship
"as I have the honor of presenting
Captain Berry to your Majesty."
E. II. Morgan, jr., thus addresses Miss
Mollie, in the New Orleans Times of the
And thou art mine! I never could have
That one so Door could win so rich a rem :
For in my wild imaLriniDys 1 seemed
loo mean to even kiss thy garment s nem.
Miss Mollie ought to be ashamed of
Brigham Young thus interprets the
Chicago fire: "We are God's chosen
people. Be is working. A few weeks
ago Chicago was destroyed. This is but
as a drop of water to what will soon
happen. We were driven from that
State, and God, through his prophet,
said they should not live there."
One of the Amherst sophomores hxis
devised a new way of telling bad news.
lie writes to his father: "I came near
losing thirty-seven dollars last week."
Anxious parent writes back that he is
thankful that the money was not lost,
and wants to know " how near." By
return mall, " Came within one of it
AnEnglishman writes home to his news
paper that in hight the Australian gum
trees are confessedly pre-eminent beside
their American rivals in California. He
also slates that i.i the Yo-Semita "boots
are not cleaned, and it is difficult to get
the means of cleaning them." The Royal
Geographical should keep this man
In Belfast, Maine, Judge Kent, at the
recent opening of the term of court,
said that " the abominable practice of
wearing hair on the upper lip is repre
hensible." Whereupon the Belfast Jour
nal remarks that " there are a great
many ladies who agree with the learned
Judge, and set their faces against them
" Grant," said George Francis Tiain
on Tuesday night, " is a small man, take
him as you may. Approach him on the
subject of tan-yards, and you caa't get
him above a sheen-skin; try him on to
bacco, and he may have something to
say of short sticks; take him on stock,
and all he knows is something about
common plug horses."
It is said that a Detroit girl, standing
up to be married the other day, had to
have her corset strings cut before she
could " take this man to be her wedded
husband " in the articulate terms neces
sary to the completion of the ceremony.
She was laced np to the last hole, and
when the knife was applied, the crack of
the parted lace was like the explosion of
a kerosene lamp.
A doctor lately informed his friends
in a large company, that he had been
eight days in the country. " Yes," said
one of the party, "it has been an
nounced in the papera." " Ah," said the
doctor, stretching his neck importantly,
"pray, in what terms?" "Well, as
well as I can remember, in the follow
ing: ' There were last week seventy-five
deaths leas than the week before!
Prentice Mulford, who is lecturing on
the " Coming Woman," at San Fran
cisco, says: "The comiDg collectreas
of this port will own the best yacht in
the club, and as she sits in her oOice, ia
the female maritime costume cf the pe
riod, arill command the respect and at
tention of all around her. 8he will be
the object of political cabals and in
trigues, and will fight fire with fire.
The coming woman will aim at position,
and perhaps wealth, but will never be
contented as the simple unnoticed mari
tal appendage of man. She will be
muscular, and will take her part against
the street-corner loafers who now molest
and offend her."
M. Jules Richard, in a remarkable ar
ticle in the Gaulois on the state of public
opinion, asserts that the majority of
Frenchmen don t seem to care what be
comes of Frauce. "If the ex-Emperor,"
he br vs. " were to make another coup
d'etat to-night, and dissolve the Chamber
and issue one of his seductive proclama
tions to morrow, what would be the an
swer? Eh, dame! After all, we may as
well have htm as any body else. At
leant hn will civo ns order. I dare say
he is not so bad as he is painted." Such
is the reply M. Richard believes twenty
nine ou, of every thirty Frenchmen
The Ritual Committee at the recent
EoiscoDal Convention at Baltimore re
commended, it may be remembered
that no cross should be carried by cnil
dren or others before the procession of
choir or clerev entering the church at
choral service. Crosses of any lasinou
.nil in anv number might be used in or
about the church, provided they were
stationary; and they might be freely
carried in nrocession outside the ctiurcti
and to the door of the church; but into
the church, or in the church, thoy should
not he carried. On this recommenda
tion a rittht reverend gentleman sug
zests the processional hymn, which
Onward. Christian soldiers, marching- as
With the cross of Jesus coins on before,"
Ka ftltpMHl thus: '
"Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as
Wlththeo'ross of Jesus left behind the door I'
Alexander Dumas' play, La Visite
des Noces, is being ventilated by the
Puria nress on account of its shameless
immorality. The France declares that
if the public does not damn the play it
ill ha comnelled to acknowledge that
obscenity has conquered the stage of
Pnris. The Patne calls it the most
scandalous and cynical the author has
over written. The Union says there is
enoneh immorality in the one act of the
nl.v in make a Zouave blush.' But the
Figaro reasons thus: "You will say it
:.:.n,,;u.iitiisi wife, a daughter
a mother or a sister to see La Visite des
Noces. T which I reply, do what is
easier than taking them there don't do
it! Hut how many books one would not
allow bis wife to read I How many pic
tures one could not show to bis daugh
ter! And yet they are not less master
pieces." Decline or Polysrasny.
Salt Lake cor. New York Tribune.
PnWirumv ia nearly dead: actual sta
tistics, covering many families, show that
the number ol plural wives nas aimin
iBlted more than sixty per cent, during
the last ten years, notwithstanding the
great increase in population. The most
wealthy and intelligent among the Mor
mons) are quietly shirking the "religious
Ai,tv" nf adilinir wives to the flock, and
are seemingly inclined to risk their
souls' salvation with only one wife. The
voung people of both sexes are not
u mna in .Hvinir that thpv don't believe
in polygamy, and the more sensible of
all classes concede that it is jar oeuer
to have a small family and care for and
it th.n to hrino into heinir a
vast heard of boys and girls whose-j
very numbers prectuae tne possiDiniy
of parental direction and oversight. It is
entirely safe to predict that there will
not be two hundred plurnl wives in I'tah
on the occasion oi tne celebration oi iue
centenary of the Republic, unless the
-nn;itv..c.vino' And Rurelv-donmed sys
tem be galvanized into a semblance of
life by acta ot persecution, ine signs
of the times were never more hopeful in
.kl. .erarrl than nt the vteriod of the
commencement of the recent ill-judged
measures on tne part ot me courts, om
for these, President Grant could have
truthfully announced in his forthcoming
message to Congress that this relic of a
barbaric age was virtually extinct. It
could be settled in a day, on the basis of
fAN,io.n.is fnp aII riRHt offenses and a
total abandonment of the uncivilized
and un-Christian practice for all time to
Arrest Decay. When a plant or a tree be
gins te decay it must die. It eannot be re
vitalised. But it is not so with human beings.
A human ruin can ba repaired, strengthened,
restored, though a brown leaf or a withered
bLade of grass eaa never be made green again.
In the autumn of life, or even in its winter-
when nature seems to be giving way under
the pressure of years, it is still possible to re
tard the progress of decay, and to lend to age
mora than its wonted rigor. As a means of
promoting this object, Hostetter'e Stomach
Bitters is omiuestionably the most potent of
all restoratives. It will not make" the old
young, but it will prevent, lessen, or sooth
the infirmities which are the usual accom
paniments of the decline of life.. For debili'-y
and a lack of nervous power, from whatever
causa aieing, it Is the medicine that of all
others before the world, best deserves the
name of a sixct'aV. In purity, in invigorating
properties, la iu adaptation to weak stomachs
and fueble organisations, it has nooompetitor
among the tonics of the pharmacopeia, nor
among proprietory remedies. Besides its
strengthening principle, it possesses altera
tive and regulating properties of the highest
Older, and as an anti-bilious medicine is far
preferable to any of the preparations contain
ing mercury. Time has shown that for physi
cal dece,r. nervous debility, dyspepsia, bilious
disorders, and intermittent fever, liostetler's
Bitters is a remedy without a rival. T-is is
the season of the fall of the leaf; let It re
mind the old. the feeble, the sickly, to invig
orate and regulate their systems with this
great vegetable tonic and alterative.
Batchelor's 2air Pya.-Thie superb hair
dye is the brl ia . icorU perfectly harmless,
reliable and instantaneous; no disappoint
ment; no ridiculous tints or disagreeable
odor. The genuine Wm. A. Datcheler's Hair
Dye produces immeuatslt a splendid black
or natural brown, leaves the hair eleoa, toft,
U-ntiM; does not contain a particle of lead
or any injurious compound. Sold by all drug-
giits. Factory. 16 Bond street, new sora.
Avoid Quacks. A victim of early indisere
tioe. causiug nervous debility and prematura
decay, having tried ia vaia every advertised
remedy, has discovered a simple means of
self-cure, which he will send free to his fellow-sufferers.
J. H. REEVES.
21-xi20eoa 78 Kas.au street. New York.
Barrr Rimsp ma Torso Mem from the
effects of Errors and Abusee la early life.
Net-roes debility cured. Impediments to
Marriage removed. New method of treat
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Books
and Circulars sent free. In sealed envelope.
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 2
South N inth street, Philadelphia. Pa. S-ev
1.KA & PEIlllINSjl,HAfCK
Pronounced by Conaoissears
"THE OM.T toots SAII t.
It improves appetite and digestion, and It
Is ml rivaled for iu flavor. We are directed by
! Messrs. LEA A PERKINS to prosecute all
! parties making or vending counterfeits.
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144-VEIII-142 Areola. New fork.
STA1E AND COUNTY PRIVILEGE TAX
AHui-ma, November 10, 1871. J
All persons owing state and
County Taxes on Privileges, payable at
this office, are hereby notified to eome for
ward and settle east. Those already
due who fail to settle during the ooiningweek
may expect to be proceeded against with
as the law directs, and as I am officially ad
vised is my duty. It is hoped that none win
allow themselves to ba put to trouble or eosta
by negleot or unnecessary delay.
I HAHVKV MATUES.
Tax Collector on Privileges, Shelby oounty.
WEEKLY PUBLIC LEDGER.
A 36-Column JournaL
$2 Per Annum!
' Iu Tennewisx1.
Our Commercial, News, Miscellaneous and
Local departments will be kept up to the high
est standard of approved journalism, endeav
oring to please all tastes and to
Interest all Readers,
Thus making the Wseelt Lsdoir a wel
oat, pleasing and interesting
FIRESIDE VISITOR AND FAMILY
In every section of the Stat and throughout
the South. Plainly printed, on superior paper,
with a large and increasing circulatios.
Cannot fail to saa the unrivaled inducement!
offered by oj in the way ot cnaap and profit
Term of Hubaorlptloni
12 per Anii urn. Invariably ia AdraiiM
spar Specimen copies mailed free.
Ilatea of Advertisings
tl 00 per Square for First Insertion.
I0e " Each Subsequent Insertion.
ey-All communications should be ad
E. WUITX0RE, Publisher and Prop.,
IB sosMtlsMsss at.. sTsnpbla
ARE THE BEST.
BRANCH OFFICE ,
' OF TUB
PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON
No. 7 MADISON STREET,
MEMPHIS : i t TE5X.
ii. L. 1 irealdent.
J. J. IU Mil V, Vice l'restiiUsst.
J. A. I.UVItON, Vice President.
JAM. V.. DII.LAKD, Secretary.
Hoard of Trustee-si
J. J. BUSBY. A. M. ETEPIIENS,
O. L. DKNISON, C. I,. ANDERSON,
GEO. MEM.KKKU, J. A. LOUDON,
O. V. BAMKAUT. JOHN JOHNSON,
M. B. TKKZKVANT, O. F. PHESOOTT,
J. A. J. KMITH, K. D. BAKNUM,
J. N.WAKK. J. K. 1HLLAKD.
O. B. Tuorktok, M O. R. J. Frseuam, M.D.
Counselor i M. B. Tbkzevaxt.
J AH. E. lslLLARn,en'l Asr't.
W. H. TKADER, Aaalatant. 28-108
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!
WE ARB IIAPPY TO ANNOUNCE TO
onr friends and patrons, thut the four
larire companies represented by us are paying
their Chicsdo lonnes, a faat u possible, in
CAHII, and that when all paid, will still have
left Capital and Asset! as follows :
iETNA, of Hartford,
Capital i : t $3,000,000
Assets t : i t 1,000,000
Total 1 1 : I 4,000,000
HARTFORD, of Hartford.
Capital J :
Assets : :
Total : :
: : 1,250,000
PIKENIX, of Hartford.
Capital : : : $ 000,000
Assets : : : s 500,000
Total : : i : 1,100,000
FRANKLIN, of Phila.
Cap!! at : 1 $ 400,000
Asset : : : : 2,000,000
Total : i : : 8,000,000
M alun i tbeti), yet, among the largest,
LEADING AGENCY COMPANIES
in the United SlftUs. ,
Butint-JA nriiei-tfully solicited, at such rates
eomutent with the hazards incurred.
H. A. LITTLETON & CO.,
IVo. Mntliwon Street.
Life .Assurance Association,
So. 834 Front Street,
Magnolia Blotk, cor. Union street, np itairt
tf-IO CONSTITUTES YOU A MEMBER
(514 $10 fur policy, II examining lee, and 81
annually. No other expense except in case of
the death of a member, when yon will be aa-
Bf.M . . n-140-t
UNDER AND BY VIKTUE OF TUB Au
thority in me vested by two certain deeds
of trust., to me executed by D. Pante, the
first bearing date June 29, lfW, which said
deed is duly acknowledged and recorded in
book 72, page ii), of the records of Shelby
oounty the second bearing date June 30,
IttbU, and recorded in book 72, page 606, of the
records of Shelby county, X will.
On Xonday, December 4, 1871,
within legal hours. In front of the store of O.
A. Juiikcrman. on Main street, in the city of
Memphis, Tennessee, at the request of the
beneficiary in said deeds, proceed to sell to
the highest and beet bidder for cah, the fol
lowing described property, lying ana being in
ths county of bhelby, State of Tennessee, to
wit : SubdirisioDS iS o. 3 and 4 of the original
lot known and deMtrnated upon thepUnof
the said city of Memphis as lot No. 124, which
said subdivisions hereby conveyed are to
gether bounded ns follows, to-wit: Beginning
at a stake, the northeast corner of original lot
No. 123, and upon the west nide of Main street,
north nine degrees thirty seconds eiH seventy-four
feet three inches from the intersection
of the north side of Washington street with
the west side yf Main street; thence north
nine degrees thirty seconds east on and with
the west side of Main street thirty-seven feet
throe inches to a stuke; thence west nine de
grees thirty seconds north seven'y-four feet
three Inches to a stake ; thence south nine de
grees thirty seconds west thirty-seven feet
three inches to a ntuke in the northern boun
dary of lot No. 12i; thence east nine decrees
thirty seconds south to the northern boundary
ef said lot No. l'J-H seventy-four feet throe
inches to the beginning, fteferenre to the
deed of M. W'ondturd to Jedediab Prercott is
also hereby made.
Also a certain tract of land in the county
and Slate aforpnaid, and in the city of Mem
phis, and desuirUjed as followi, to-wit: Begin
ning eighteen feet six inches from the north
west corner of original lot No. 1, at the
southeast corner of the lot sold by A. It. Can
to W. A. Blckford; thence south nine de
greet thirty seconds west with the east side ot
Front alley City-five feet six inches to the
northwest corner of lot No. lltti thence east
nine degrcos thirty seconds sooth with the
north line of lot No. YU seventy-four feet
three inches; thence north nine
degrees thirty seconds east fifty-five
fet six inches to the south- bound
ary line of a lt sold by said Carr to W. A.
Bli'klord, as aforesaid thence with tvaid south
line aarenty-four and one-fourth feet to the
b gtuniiig of Magnetic course as surveyed by
William Lawrence iu the pur I'd). 1
The above described property aU oonUlned
in the first mentioned of the two deeds uuder
which I sell.
A1m the following described property lying
and being in the county of hhelby and .State
of Tennessee: Being part of county lot No. '
Sol, being part of property conveyed by deed
of James Jones to I. B. Kirtland oa the 1st
day of May, lv2, which deed is duly regis
tered in iSheliir county, Tennessee, in book
No. 10, page 4H, etc., beginning at a point on
the south side of Poplar street, where the
eastern line of tbe said lot of ground pamed
in said deed of James Jonea to I. B. Kirtland
ijiterjeru ta d Poplar street: running thence,
west wiib the pouth side of Peplar street one
hundred and seventy -fur foot nine inches to
s staka; thence eastward onehuitdred and six
ty f-t. more or lets, to an alley betweenPoplar
and Wat-bintton streets, to a stake, thence
eastward along the northern line of said alley
174 feet l inches to a suite; thence northward
Its') feet, more or less, to a staka on the south
side of Poplar street, tbe begimng corner, 1
being also pert of same lot conveyed by deed ,
to D. Pante by I. B. Kirtland, November ', :
lVt, which deed isd'ily recorded in book 'ib,
pages V- end i, of the records of bbeiby
county, Tennessee. I
1 be equity of redemption Is specially waived
in both of said deeds of trust. 7 be title of
said properly I believe to be good, but will j
make no warranties.
!U. J. . LONSDALE, Jg., trustee. 1
Attachment Notice. I
H. M. Douglas
TlAYlNa BFES MADE
Mtvre. Justiess of the Pee-e
i before S. A
f'r the county of helby and Mate of Tennes
see, fur attachment, oa ine ground u.t uieie
feudant is a nn-reorletit of the Mate
uf Tennessee, and tbe same having
leeti returned, levied, et.. It ts therefore er
derod thut puMicatiott be made in the Mem
phis Put. he I.e.lifer, newspaper published IB
the city of Memphis, said f-tate, for f- uf auc-
sssiri weeks, footman.!, ng tae aaia oeiena- .
ant Ut apier before me at my ofLce. in the '
ci'y of Memphis, en Friday, Ieefnber I
1ST, at ten o'clock am., and mute defense to
Said soil agmiast tbeex, or it wili be rroedd
With ex parte. t. A. jr..
i Trustee Hale. ,
TTAVING BKKN APPOINTED TRHHTEB
M. M- ID room ana aieea oi no, u( nuusu,
trustee, in deed of trust made 150th day of
June, 1RM, by J. a White, properly registered
in the Register's office of this oounty, in deed
book No. 40, part 2d. pages lf7 et sea,, suoh
appointment being in oase of Win. L. Max
well vs. Jno. ). Finnic et tils. No. 10M, N. R.
D., Chancery Court of Memphis, and in pur
suance of the terms thereof, 1 will.
On Friday, December 15, 1871,
at the southeast corner of Court 6quare, in
tbe city of Memphis, Tennessee, within legal
hours, sell for cash, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to-wit, known
as lots oue, two, three, six leven, sixteen and
seventeen of H. it. Austin'i pun ot subdi
vision of liSO eorep. mede bv M. A. Korr.
April, IN.':., and recorded in the Register's
ott.ee of this county, in book No. 26, pages 278
and 'iivtii in sueioy oounty, Tennessee.
Sale forcaeh. Equity of redemption barred.
Title believed to be good, bat will nil and
convey only as trustee.
W. K. P06T0N. Trustee.
Humes k Porton, attorneys. 64-90
TiY VntVirK OP THR ATTTITORTTY IN
13 me vented by decree of the FirstChancery
Court of Shelby oounty, Tean., rendered in
the cause of W. P. Hardin vs. R. F. Brown
and others, No. 140, N.R, D., such decree
subftitut ng me as trustee in room and stead
of Win, K. Poston, deceased trustee, in a doed
of trust executed by James i oung and wife,
ton, upon the lands hereinafter described, and
by virtue of the authority to vested In me as
aforesaid, X will, on
Saturday, December 2, 1871,
within letral hours, in front of the Sheriff's
office. In the city of Memphis, Tenn., on the
went side of Second street, between Union and
Gayoso streets, and in front of the south por
tion of tbe Ureeulaw Opera House, proceed to
pen, ior cbku, 10 mo niKuuei anu uem oiaucr,
tbe following real estate, or so much thereof
as may be necessary to satisfy the amount se
cured by the trust. The property lies in Shelby
oounty. Tenn.. and is thus described. The
front tract, containing 9 40-101) acres
anu . oo in k too BH.U.O iu, wee con
veyed to the said James Young by Wes-
tvy uisaniuuro uj uusu uaivu hu Jtouruavrj,
Ko6 registered in the Register's office of
Shelby oounty in uook pp. -b, ana ae
attribed as follows: BcffinnmE at a sweet'
anm IMchains and431inks south of Brad a haw's
south line of a 400 acre tract and on the line
between said J. ioung and A. i. Blakeraore;
thence west, crossing Cane creek, 4 chains t
thence south 23 chains and 50 links to a sweet
euin: thenoe east 4 chains to A. G. Blake-
ni ore's southwest corner j thence north 23
chains and .V) links with A. ii. Blakemore'a
west line to the beginning. Also so much of
the following acsrorioeu property as naa not
been sold or mortgaged to others prior to Jan
uary 18. lHil, and remained the property of
James i oung and nis wile on that day. ine
description of the whole traot is as follows.
containing about 140 acres, and being a part
of a traot originally in the name of James
Sea welli Beginning at the northwest corner
of said original tract at a stake north m
eaill. H hubs iruiu a nuiirj-una uiarnvu w . r , i
thence east passing an elm at 10 chains and 4
.ink a. the southeast corner of J. Ramsey's
5000 acre grant, in all 80 chains, to a stake of
sweet and black-gum and black-oak pointers ;
thence sooth, crossing Cane creek at 5 chains
and 22 links, in all 19 chains and 40 links, to
a sweet-gum ; tbonce went 4 chains to a stake ;
thence south, cronning said creek at 2 chains,
in all 23 chains and 60 links to a sweet
iriimr t henna east 4 chains to a stake and
dogwood; thence south 6 chains and 16
links to a stako ana niacK-guia niargea
L.; thence weHt 3) chains to a stake,
thence north 49 chains and 79 links to the be
ginning, to which, doed of trust and the
i;hnnorvCourt record, reference is here made
for greater certainty. Titles believed to be
good, but I will sell and convey only a trustee,
Equity of redemption barred.
H ' MARCUS J. WRIGHT,
Sheriff of Shelby eounty and Trustee.
HuHgg k Postun, Attorneys.
S, L. James
W. A. Fitchner.
A TTACHMKNT HAVING BEEN ISSUED
t in the above entitled cause, on the
grounds that the defendant is a non-resident
of the State of Tennessee, and the same having
been returned by the proper offioer, levied,
etc . the defendant is hereby notified to appear
on Thursday, December 7, lo71, at 10 a.m., at
my ottice in tbe city ot Aiempnis, anu aeiena
this action, or the same will be proceeded with
ex parte. This notice will be published in the
Public Lodger, s newspaper published in the
city of Memphis, once a week for lour consec
utive weeKs. ,
64 H0-H6 72 S. A. M00RR. J. P.
In the Second Cliaucery Court of
Shelby County, leniu
The Weed Sewing Maohine Co., of Conn.)
E. B. Denny. )
TT APPEARING FROM THE BILL DULY
I sworn to in this cause that the de
fendant, B. B. Denny, Is justly indebted to
the complaiuant in the sum of about 11600.
due by two promissory notes, and that said
Denny is a non-resident of the State of Ten
nessee, anu nas aos onaeu auu leu ine oiai,
and that for these causes an attachment was
ml out of this court air a in st the nrooertv of
de fund ant, and the same was issued and has
been returned by the bheriff, duly levied on
the property of defendunt, K. B. Denny;
it is therelore ordered by the Clerk and Mas
ter that he make his appearance herein,
at the courthouse of the Second Chancery
Court of Shelby county, in the city of Mem
phis, Tenn.. on or before the first Mo day in
January, 172, and plead, answer or demur to
complainant's bill or the same will be taken for
conferred as to him, said Denny, and set for
hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order
be publii-bed once a week, for four suoceHsive
weeks, in tbe Memphis Pnhlio Ledger. This
November 1.1H71. JW. t. i. tihWAu,
Clerk and Master.
By C. Het.cn it r, Deputy Clerk and Master.
A copy Aitesi:
Humes A Poston, Solicitors for complainant
Jno. Overton vs. E. B Denny, O. H. Denny
and Jas. Penbodr, General Agents Vt eed s
Sewing Machine Com ti any, doing business
in tbe city of Memphis, under the name
and style of Denny k PeaWly.
ATTACHMENT HAVING BEEN ISSUED
in tht above entitled cause, on the ground
that defendants are non-resident of the State
of Tei.nesftee, ana tne same naving oeen re
turn, hv tha nroner officer, levied, etc.,
the defendants are hereby notified to appear
on Thursday. November 23, 1H71, at my office
in the city of Memphis, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
and defend this action, or the same will be
proceeded with ex parte. This notice will be.
published in the Public Ledger newspaper fur
four eonf-ecuuve weeas. , -
W-59-60-71 S. A. MOORE. J. P.
No. 417. KPetttlon for Dlvoroe.l
la the Flrftt Cbancery Court, of
sueiDj couuiy, it-ii ii
F. H. Lucas )
Cora A. Lucas. )
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT IN
JL this cause that the defendant Cora 8. Lucas
is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee;
it is therefore ordered that she make her ap
pearance herein, at the court-house in the city
of aUempUii, Tennessee, ou or before the first
Monday in December, U71, and plead, answer
or demur to complainant's bill, or the same
will be taken for confessed as to her and set
for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this
order be published once a week, for four suc
cessive weeks, in the Pablie Ledger.
EDMUND A. COLK,
Clerk and Master.
By R.'J. Bi.apjc, Deputy Clerk and Master.
A copy Attest :
J. M. Gregory, Solicitor for complainant.
J1Y VIRTUE OP THE TERMS OF A DEED
1 la trut to me executed by Catherine
nrvin on the 9th day of June, 1K71, properly
registered In the Register's office of Shelby
county, Tennessee, in book 80, page 21V,, and
at the request of parties interested therein,
On Monday, November 20, 1871,
within legal hours, at the southeast corner of
Court N un re, in the eity of Memphis, Ten
n . sell for cash, to the highest bidder,
tbe following described property, to-wit:
Lying and being on the south line of Polar
street, fronting sixty-one feet on Poplar street
with a depth of one hundred and fifty-eight
feet to an alley, and beginning at tbe north
east corner of a lot sold by Jno. M. Lea and
wife to J. M. Brooks, and at a point sixty-five
feet five inches west of tbe intersection of the
sooth side of Poplar and west side of High
streets ; thence west sixty-one feet ;
thence south one drgree east one
hundred and fifty eight feet to an alley;
thence east with said alley sixty-one feet:
thence north one degree west one hundred and
fifty-eight feet to begin mn. Title believe
te be good, but I will sell and convey only as
trut?e. Equity ot redemption barred.
4'' D. H POTTOS', Tni'tee.
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