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"' Office! . IB Madison MKu B""0WMAnT"o. MACHINIST AND Seal Factor, 9U" Main street. Special attention given to repairing scale. D'U'K INSoNT WILLI AMS 4 CO., COTTON la-tors, iilO Front street. j 3tt EMlU.tioN. llOUKSrBTAflONKKY. Msi.-aiines,eto.,10 JeBerson and 63 Deal. UfwilKIt, AMIS & CO., MAKBLE-W0KK8 X? and llrmn i'tpe, oor. Adnuis and beoond GOKI'KL. LKOPOLIi, AQKNT. PKALF.R in OriinnB andKnabe'. Pianos, 875 Main. OTP AM PVKItS A CLK ANKRS- " n A Walker (lata Hunt A II anion), ., KAILROAD TIME TABLES. MHMHIIS AND LITTLB ROCK RAILROAD . Arrives. Leavai. A.M. F.M. O.tXI A.W. T.U. Memphii Ilipeneld . . H'jntcrvillft.,..w.. Little Rook IMS 6.15 I Ferryboat will leave wharfboat, foot of Union street, d.-.uy, at l.lAl a. in. MMPni8 AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD AIT1V. uutn ' , A.M. T.H. I A.M. T.U Mill 12.lfilll.lS ll.nu 10.20 1 12.01 'through freight. .6.50 6 50 Way freight, conch altch d 7.45 1 6.00 I. ..,; .,,1 ,,.,.., , illn acoonjmodat on ,..;..9.4f ( t I 4.30 Ooruiantewu Acpo03....v..2O 5.40 Ticket Office, 27 Main itreet, eorner of South Court. MEMPHIS AND LOUISVTLLI! RAILROAD, ' Arrive!. Leaves. K -- , , , . , a.m. r.M. Day Express . . New York Impress.......... 2. SO 1 Brownsville Aceoiu n...... 8.15 A.M. r.M. 1.15 1.30 4.15 ' 1 The Brownsville Accommodation leaves at Sin p.m. flatly, cxo.pt rjunuay. ". n....,, .t hituri nt Main .lrn.tr.. Ticket Wife, 2J7i Alain itreet. en door ' Borta OI jenorson. MrasTKKrpPT AND TF.NNs.SRRB R. R ' Arrives. Leaves. a.m. r.M. 2 30 a.m. r.M it. 0. Mail (dully) 1.16 4.15 l'..ipTf?r, , Freight (daily ex. Sunday) 3.00 8. E0 6.31 T..... a, ..nt nt M.in .tfMt. Ticket Office, IW. Main itreet. one door north of Jeifenon ,1 AP. VfVNftF. ffen'1 Snp't. JlEMPIIIff VOSTO. fl'E. . Orricx Hoci FoMA.M.TOr.M. Bchbat "T'ffiTfiT! Arrive, A.M. I r.M. a.m. I r.M ll.Stl 4.301 Meniphis A Ohio R. R. 2.S" 8.20 11.50 i I run I Twice Dm,y. 1.30 I Memphis Charleston 12.15 ri. I. A'm ly. Missis: sippi el Jennet K. K.-Pnily. 11.50 t Mem pliU A. Little Rook 11. R.-Daily. Miss. river to Helena Friar. P't daily. Virksburirftri-weekly) Won..,Thnrs..Sat. Mlss.rivert. Kt.Louli Mon. nod Thurs. White Itiver ilemi-Weokly-Tuei. Hat. Ark'eriver, trl-weekly Mun., Wed. A- Friday. Msrion (tri-weekly) Ainn., Wed..Frt. Cuba. Tennessee weekly Friday. ByhaliaAOIive Branch Tues. and Fri. see u s 8 12X 6 -10 12.30 6.25 'MASOS,,t' 1IKt'-i"i'OBT' . : SorTH Mumphib. yo. 118-meet 2d Tr1$T In each month-bsll eorrier I li;on and Sec ond W. S. Matthews, W. M.i Ben K. l'ul- iroS? No. lM-Tneeta 1st Monday In every inonlh, at 0,1.1 Fellows' Hall, eurner M and Main. C. M. Carroll, W . M. i John Uenmisli, Seoretnry. LM.1A BnoTT, No. 2W-meets 1st Friday of each month-hslt corner Mndiijon and Second. II. n. HiKbee. W. M.i M. H. Juilah, Sec'r. DltSoTO. No. 2tl9-Diects 34 I rlilay of each n,nn,Id Fellow.' Hall. R. C. William aon.W. M.: R. W. hclton. Socretarr. Kiiwii"io. No. 311 mecti 4th Friday of earh month-at Bonth Memphis IlsM, corner of M.diion and Second. W. B. Richardet, W, il.i LoHia Cinpski, gecretary. (i"VAI. ach. .... , Pisk Ch.i-tcr. No. 22-uieeff M Moydar of each month-Odd Fellow.; Hall. C M. Car roll. M. K. H. P.! B. M. Levy, Secretary. Mcanim Chai-tkb. No n-meets at Odd Fellows' IlnlLM Mond iv of ewh ""'h. IS. Matthewa, M. B. 11. P.i John . Ward, bearotaxy. m. AKn . M. r Ki?a CtM'Mcii.. No. B-morts M Monday of each month-Odd lellowa' ball. D. B. Forster, Th. 111. : - H. Myers, Keo. TKMPI. A R8. CTITKVisCoMa'AVrpKKY, No. 4 meet 4th Mon dv of each mouth. Uoo, Alellersh, Coal. : T. j. Barchus, He!. Cai vahv Chaptfi or Rok Cp.oix.1Sth, No. I. Charles W. Arlnuu. &toi, M.'. W.-. ! 11. I. Toinlinson. itW. He.". t o. ?. r. iibi.( tobt. .tjax-r 1. , , . i.'iJ - ' ' - i ; ,.',-.-' Odd Villows" Hull, earner Main and North Court tieU. l.ODOH. SlEMPiim Looow. No. H-meet. every Tncs- day .1. ileum. fi.-M..; n.m. ... U.; Jiio..Wrneeunr, Beoretary. Chu k.isax- L"Wi. 8-u.eelj.every Mon day niiiht. Thoma. S. liinsham, N i. .( Leon Levy V. i W. h. Crook. HecrcUry. gfHiLLV.n fMMH'a. 140-dmj every W ed nesdav i.irl.t- V. A,-r.nan, N. H.l Joseph Uhl, V. . I H- brotiaiicr. beoretary. B. J :.. N.) ti- ' rjjrl d H'.aht K. M;ipwy. N. ! Jukes, V. G. i C. f). Diiliar.l. Feirotary. SlmpiiiB Dwik l.uDbi No. J meet. 1st (Saturday of e.ich month. L g. Burr, w . l. M.i John liiiianauer, t. u. m.i wood, A. L. lon Iivy, riecretary. nwiUEIM .m.-K.H. Rotm Lodoh, No. l-iiu 4th Thursday of each nionthat ip.n). llioniae Bacon, N. U. i Mrs. K. L. t.roointe, r McLefrebh, Sreary HOaMPMITKTW. OatoiIO E!ir.AllPiKT. No. 8-mrt n lb lit and Sd Thursday nixhts of each month. 4'. M. Carroll. C. P.;J. Linshauer, H. P. I B. M Norwood. . W.i Tbi. Bucon. hcribe. M.rniK Escampmi-.nt, No. a-m!Ui il and 4thTli'jr(day ninhu of each Rionth. A. M. Jonei, 0. P.i T. S. Jukes. Jl. P.i I. 8, Bin haia. o. W.; C. dross. Hcribe. QuItffU Anrieel Ordtf of rejili. TK-Sr. Orovk. No. 1, II. A. 0. D. meoU at tne Uruid Hall, No. 87 bouth Court street, on the lit and Sd Til"- lay eveninM in each month. J. b. lU liK"'., A.; J. Beelilcr, V. A.: T. W. Bmuui;hauj, becre Uiy; John L. M hbcrg. Iroaiurer. Vemvp.i t.sovK. .No. 2 r"ct at the Druid Hall, 37 Court Itreet. every J hur.day eveniui. U'n. M. l.o-h. N. A.t U. Oertel.V. A.; J. 1. Ubiile. herrtaryi IJarney liriy. Treasurer. Clka NT H R Ukovi, No. 3-ineets attuel'ruid Hall, ST Court Itreet, on the 1st and id Mon day evenings In e.ch moi.tk. A. r. Devil, K. A.Uore W. iimter, V. A.: M. Brea, tiecretary; .Mwtin 1'oh.n. Treaiurcr. Concordia K a. Chahti.r, L.o. ,lr'nMU. " the Uruid Hall, on the 2.1 and 4ih 1 ueiday eveniu! in eiicb mclU. J. BeehUr, JS.b. A. 1 A. flitil'dd. NOTICE. Orrics or N'avt Yaro Brc acsiru.'l 5.171. J -v " Mpmpbib, December 5, Lessees PF saw taud property an MOtiBed that tie neit initalmcnt of rr will b! do ,,h Bi 'tk1 forfeiture! of their Iomi Mill b enforoed -ainrt all partia. who are drlinqa.nt 4ve day. thereafter. Indoltence will not be given in any can. ge.BT F. M.-DAV1TT. Tleoiv.r. ' COTTON FACTORS. ovEir, ricHUTT &; co. COTTOV 1ACTOHS, RECEIVING, FOK.VAHWNG, GENERAL eOMM.SSICM MERCH'TS . - . (Ll:t BLOCK) IS I'iiImb HAjree-R. M?nifhi. T! All Cotton. Tobawn r other Produ- con sirotd to ui iniure.l. uplii; ctherwue in slructrd. Bkiii. liopean.l other saplltts lurni.l.ed al tue loaeit market frice. 4' 1 EDUCATIONAL. CKiSTIA N BR 0 T K E R S' COLLEGE, . CtiADJIMRKTKXt.T. THTirNPTrTI'TK'N.I N'nKK THE ABOVE title and directioa. will open a M05D4T, NOVEMBER 0,1871. j Tk. eoorro of in.'""""" em"-ces ail me , hr.n.hc! nj-uall taosfit i ..!..! "I j "''JklUUtMAtrAs. , t-s ' SPECIAL NOTICE. JEFFERSON ST. . MARKET. 68 Jeffcrsou. Streei. " This place is kept opeu at all Lours of the day. The best of fresh meats and vegetables can always be had. Parties buying in large quantities supplied at lowest rates possible. Furstenlieim & llextcr. FACTS AND FANCIES. Languid Washington belles take iugar piUa at parties. Schneider ha had a comb worth 0UU given her. Pumps ar the fashionable wear :or the interviewing reporters. Mrs. Oliplmnt is engaged upon a life of the Comte do Slontalembert. Mr. Kennau's "Tent Life in Siberia has been translated into Russian. Mr. Kihiil, of Illinois, recently fell from his horse in a fit nihil ft. Miss Braddon is only thirty-four. So young, and yet so wicked I TWIitiln is sunitested as another good candidate for the Passavisti, Madame Massena, a Creole lady, edita the Magnolia, at New Orleans. A Is'ilcs girl made 80 flour barrels in six days, and thereby earned $11 20 Tho author of " Giox's Baby" has a story In press called. " kord Bantam TheBrst " book" of George Eliot's new novel, " Middlemarch," is entitled "Misa Brooke. Is this a temperance movement? Miss Tenny Grogg hag been appointed post mistress at Bradford, Va. Olive Logan it going to intrust her happiness to one of tht despised male sex next Christmas. Abbe Liszt talks of turning Buddhist, because the Pope went to sleep under the performance of his last fantasia. Ex-Seuator Gwin, California, well known as the "Duke f Sonora," has a promising gold mine In Calaveras county. , . Utah may have its plural wives, ob serves Mr. Quilp, but other parts of the oountry have very singular one. Bos- ion Post. t . ' i. Qui Vive, the new Communist paper in London, is edited by M. Vermerch, for merly editor, in Paris, of the notorious Pere Duchene. ''' A Poughkeepsie landlady is in de spair. Her six boarders stow away two hundred and thirty cakes, ordinary aiie, every morning. A recent visitor to Mr. Carlyle'i study says that " bo earthquake might turn it upside down but could not add to its dis arrangement." t '. The article on the Commune irr Paris in the current number of the Edinburgh Review is by Mr. Steigand, who was shut up in the cily during the siege.- A Kansas City hack-driver haa fallen heir to tV'00,000 in England, and wants to borry fifty osnts until be pan see Redhanded Mike. Tennyson, in his latest idyl, " The Last Tournament," furnishes a motto for Mrs. Woodhull: ,Free love free field we love bat while WS may." Massachusetts tobacco-chewers don't appear to enjoy .many privileges. A Taunton man was fined six dollars for spitting on a church carpel The poals of Louisville, Ky., are jutt now having an excited contest to see who shall get the contract for writing played-out carrier's addresses. Two of th lady medical students who have been studying 'in Edinborg are about to be married one of them to a wol known Scotch newspaper editor. Colonel Chesney it sbout the most successful author of the day. The seventh hundred thousand of hit "Bat tle of Dorking" is now tailing in Eng land. Sliuvaloff it the name of one of the officers of the JJusitan fleet. He coo'.u have done excellent service on Memphis tidewalkt during the recent snow storm. ... " The beat way to find ont is to put a ring on it," was the blushing reply of a young woman to the remark of her lover that he hoped " her hand was not a counterfeit." A lady, whose husband was suddenly killed by the fulling of a railroad bridge with a train upon it, actually wppt her entire tight away in two weeks from the fatal day. , M. Jules Favre it about to publish, under the title of" Rome and the French Republic," a volume of diplomatic dis patches relating to the fall of th tem poral power of the Pope. It is understood that Mr. Kinglake has deferred the publication of the con cluding volume of bis " History of the Crimean War " until the absorbing in terest tAuited by th Franco-German war has subsided. A novel published tome time ago under the title of "A Visit to My Dis contented Cumin," U said to be written by the Bight Hon. J. MoncricfT, for merly Lord Advocato for Scotland, and now Lord Justice Clerk. ,., ; The Queen of Holland lately did Ve suvius the honor of visiting it in a sedan chair. It offered her " summit hot," but she declined iis proffered " drop of the crater," having brought key own supply of porter. A young lady in a California tkating rink waa astonishing a crowd of people with her excellent skating, when the stumbled and fell, knocking oat all her teelh. It is consoling to know that they were fal.e onet. Ktrphrn Pearl Andrews suggest that " the absolutoid and abstractoid elemen tismos of being echoes or re appear, by analogy within the relatoij and concrw toid elaborismu. " This ftioulj lx gen erally known. rierr Kaih, '.he German savant, in a a work recently published, shows that there wa a total eclipse of the moon concomitantly with th earthquake that occurred when Jalint Crrar was assassi nated, on the l.rth of March, B. C. 44. Howard G'jd Jon," a literary maiden " fan, j frc," doesn't approve of early She isn't more th.n forty herself. Any male candidate wuo agrees with Howard can send hit ad dress to the New York Mail.. . . King Victor Emanncl hat offered th Duke Cyoziolo 4,500,000 franca for hit naatel Porziano. near Ostin. The Pret- ident of th Unite'd States pajd only the, post of Collector of th Port of New York for hit vi(Ja I ng orancn. Verdi it described as an odd, puzaling. character atiff, abrupt, icy, to mere o- quaintances, avoiding tociety, never ex nrnaaine an opiniou, especially upon mnsical mattera; a mad ol untarnisnea i i honor and proverbial shyness. Mrs. Celia Burleigh, 'in her suffrage tneech, recently delivered in Philadel phis, said: "What it demanded now for woman is symmetrical development; hitherto only her affectional nature hat been developed her intellectual kept id tlf background A ladr who refuted to gire, after hear ing a charity termon, had her pocket picked at the waa leaving cnurcn. un making the discovery the taid: "The parson could not find th way to my pocket, but the devil did. An impetuous and romantic lover said to hit sweetheart: " I am th oak and you th vine. , I draw yen to me with cordt of lore." " Not to," replied the bluthing fair one; "if I'm the vine, prefer the ordinary twine. Mr. Henry McCord, after serving six teen months in Sing Sing prison for a crime of which he hat tince been proven not guilty, was released a, few dayt ago. What a commentary on th Intelligent jury in whose hands are deposited the liberty and life of the American citueni .'At one of his lectures George Francit Train ehouted, ."Now, thea, anybody tan ask ma oucstlout." Whereupon an old lady got up and said, "Mr. Train, I would like to know wlltf make pot, leg alwayt burn In two iu the middle?" The great American traveler was bod pluased. Brantome that enumerates the quali ties of female beauty: "Three white at tractions, the akin, teeth and eyelids; three red, th lips, cheeks and nails; three long, the body, hair and bands three short, the teeth, eart and feet; and three broad, the chest, forehead and space between the eyet. In a description of the Rev. Thomas Guard, from Ireland, " the latest tenta tion in Methodist circles," New York letter-writer sayt: " Mr. Guard it, in no tense, a great man, and to represent Dim as such is an insult to true greatness. He it without whiskan." Thit Hiber nian divine may have played the great man in Ireland without whiskers, but the attempt it rather thin for thit coun try. . Did you hear of that chap who at tended the sale of a hotel recently at a town in Ohio? He hadn't a cent in hit, pocket, but he stood up and bid boldly, '' Twenty-eight thousand dollara." Jt was knocked down to him; and, when the question was asked: " Who it the purchaser?" , this audaciout scamp re plied: "The Pennsylvania railroad." Qf course, he was not in person required to put up the money from an imperial buyer like that, whereby he waa able, in the course of a couple of days, to sell the whole to anqther party fqr $35,000, and clear the difference. The country is now full of scamps buying hotel? for the Pennsylvania railroad. SPECIAL NOTICES. Shock, te tht lystem.-The Brrt .hock oi winter tell, tremendously upon enfeebled system!. Every one know, thai in pwsing from a warm region to a cold one. or vie versa, th body requires as a protection against epidemic!, an acclimating medicine. All traveler, and vsyager. admit thi.. It i. equally nece..ary to acclimate the lystem la passing tfce confines of on season and enter ing npon another. Autumn is gone and win ter ii here. Prepare the frame snd th con ititntioa to aie.1 th change by a ooun. of Hoatetter'i Stomach Bitten. Thi. ineitlma ble vegetable tonic Increases th stamlnal itrength of those who take it, and readers them nroof te a great extent against th de vitalizing power of cold and damp. These two agenU'ar aa proUuc of c"neee at tropi cal heat, aad aaimal vigor inch vigor as tbi. healthful and pare tonic dlffusei through the whole organisation hi a repallant which they cannot matter. A large proportion of the colds, catarrh., and pulmonary complaint which pi"::?!1 winter, niujht be avoided by strengthening and regulating th system in advanc with thi! Invigorao t and alterative. Not that it it recommended a a pciae for thoie complaint, bat a a preventive of their causes, un th otner nana, i is net eniy a preventive of, bat a ipecifio for the lodigei lion. Intestinal Irregnli-!!'. malarious fe vers, biliooi attack!, and nervous affection. superinduced by a chilly and damp atmos phere. Batcheler't Hair By. This .uperk hair dye is th brl a tht world perfectly barmles.. reliable and instantaneous; no disappoint ment; no ridiculous tint or disagreeabl odor. The genuine Wm. A. Batcnelor s iialr Dye produce! immioiatrlv a iplendid black of natural brown, leave th hair efa. eol, kauiiful; does not contain a particle of lead or any injurious compound. Bold by all drag- gins. Factory 0.127-ajiv. Factory, 16 Bond itreet, lew ion. Avoid Quack..-A victim of arlrWiier tior, causing nervoui debility sad premature docay. having tried in vaia every advertised remedy, haa discovered ilmpl mean, of srlf-eur. which he will lend free to nil rel-iiw-ufferr. AddrM J. H. REEVES, fl-iivaoeod 78 Naasaa itreet. N ew York. I EA APERKINM'HAUCE Pronounced by Connoisseur "THE OftLT 0D SAirt." It Improve appetite and digestion, and it is rivted for iu flavor. We an directed by Mesars. LEA A Pa'KRINS te prosecute all parti, making r vending Minterfeit. JOHN DUNCAN'S SSJ. 114-viill-142 Agents. New York. CROCERS. I GROCERS. No. lin. Main Street. Mince Meat! Mince Meat! A leree lot direct from Philade'phla a very choice article. The trade aupplied at low figure. GOSHEN IIITTKRI Vary cVoice. direct from W.w Tn'k. Alio. P Ktr Jd'il.NTAlN BI TTER, la Elckavei. received recularly from the weetwater Valley. East Ienaea.ee. rar BjiLlwa. Carmwia. !, Klc.i Jtew Jkeila all kla4s. Peak. Freaa t C.'t cei.kraUd LONDONCRACKEKSJI ' la great variety. I Als. McKKXZII'S ALBKBT BIBCI IT. rmk Pig'' r. Hams, El. w (.rxxla Arrrivlnt; Inlly. v r crvr-vn IPT't. NEW MEAT STORE. I would respectfully inform the public at large that I am prepared to All orders, whole sale and retail, with all kinds of fresh meats, vegetables, fish, etc., at toe lowest cash prices, at No. ISO Main Street. . . H. SEESSEL, SR. 71t WEEKLY PUBLIC LEDGER. CHEAP READING. A 36-Column Journal. The Weekly PUBLIC LEDGER! t'l DUSHlD EVKBT TUESDAY MORNING 2 Tor Annum ! THE BEST NEWS. LITERARY, Miscellaneous Journal Iu Tenii emscc Our Commercial. News, Miscellaneous and Local departments will be kept up to th high Mt standard of approved joarnaltim, endeav oring to pleas all Ujef Dd te Interest all Readers, Thus making th WtssiT Ltnot a wl obi, plaaiing and intereiting FIRESIDE VISITOR AND FAMILY COMPANION! la every lection of th State and throushout th South. Plainly printed, on superior paper, with a Urr and increasing circulation, , ADVERTISERS Cannot fail to see th rivaled iadamav offered ky a. la th way ot cnesp and profit ablc advrtlMmsl. Termsi of Mubtoriptloni 2per Anflnm, Invariably in Advanc f Bpima eoriM mailed free. Itat of Adrertllnui $1 00 pr Iqoart for Tint Iosertiea. 10 " Each lub.Muint In.rlioa. erAU eommoAicaiioB. bold be ad drMMdte E. WHITXOEF rabUabtr ad f rop. IS) eiellMm St.. MawewmlB. ' I CHRISTMAS 'X?."-l-- 317 Main pJJ 317 JIain Id NOW OFrEKIKO ' avar BTEINWAV PianM from WW to WW atar CA111.KH l'ianoi from.,.t400 to I'M mr VOsB A SON' Pianos from..JS0 to .'0 aw MASUN A HAMLIN Organs..! 75 to t"l0 Pianos for Wale on Monthly Payments ' Together with tho laros! stocW of PIIKET MUSIC and MUSICAL A1UHCU AMJlhiever brought to the bouth. y , I),V IS TJIK TIME TO UVY Country merchant! and dealers will please seud in their orders, as 1 cnn lill tliein al New York prieei foriah or good cily acceptances for thirty, sisty or ninety days. Old Pianos lakon in oichane Tor new ones. Pianos tuned ujid repaired in , MUfaetory manner. K. A. HKNSON, iI7t SIT Mnin street. M.m.M. LCCAL. TrtiNtce (rule. HAVING DEKN APPOINTED TRUSTER iu room and itoad of Jno. (1. r-innie, .. .1 I ... I...., m.ita.Hl, H.a nf trustee, in uwu i ii... June, lBW, by J. 8 White, properly registered In the ttegisier . omce gi nu. uuuuw, ,u uto., book No. 40, part 2,1, paos li7 et seq, such appointment being in oase of Wm. L. Max well vs. Jno. U, Kinniect als. no. urn, n. n. 1)., Chanoery Court of Meniphi, and in pul- suancp oi mo uiuid ,uui.ov v1....,.! On Frldny, Deteiiiber 18, 1871, J at the aouthoast ourngr of Oourt Saoan, In tne ony oi i,iaiuiitiD. ,uu.wu, n,M, hours, sell for cash,' to the hiiihest bidder, the luiiowina uwi i.i.ii'ci.j, " - -" a. lut! one, two, three, si itiven, lixtoeu and seventeen oi u. i.. jitisdu s l'1?1 u. "uv.ii vision of 150 norei, undo ey M. A. Kerr, April, 1MH, and reei-rded In the Kegister's omce of Ion oounty, in book No. 26, pagM'J7t and 279 nil in Shelby county, Tennessee. Sale for cash. Equity of redemption barred. Title believed to be good, tut I will sell and convey only as trnstee. . W. KfOSTON, Trustee. Humes k Poiton, alAorneys. b-t-W ' ' Trustee's Sale. BY VirtTOE OP THE TERMS OF A DEED of trust, to me oxooutod by It, J. Persons on tli 30th day of Auut, 1871, duly regu tard in th Hcgistev's office of Ehclby county, in book No. 82, pi,7a. I will. ,-i t ..- : On Tutiluy, lletember 12, 1S71,' in front of the DeSoto Bank. Madison street. Memphis, at publio outory, sell to the hishest bidder, for cajdi. without cedemption. the following described real estate, situated in Shelby oiunty, Tenneisee, thus described: One traet of 4)5 9U-1W) acres, a part of the old homestead of Oeorge I,. Holmes, deceased, described on a plan thereof as follows ! Com mencing at a stake Id chains and 12 links east of the soutkenat-eoraer of- the intersection of Ilolinesand Klitabeth avennesi thence east with Elisabeth avenue 11 chains and 44 links to a stake ; thence south 54 chains and Hi links to a stake; theno woit 3 ohains and 86 links to aoedar stake; thence north 1?, east 3 chain! and 76. link.: theno north ? wt chain! to a stako ; thence north 37 chains and 75 links te the beginning. Also, one traot of 40 aores. being the southwest quarter of a traot of ISO acres, laid oil to ma by decree of the Chanoery side of the Common Law and Chanoery Court of the oily ol Memphis, whioh said 160 aores is. a part of the 731 acre traot therein described, baid 40 aores here conveyed begins at the southwest corner of the 731 acres in range 8, section I, on th waters ol Nonoonnah ; tlven-c north 35 chains ; thence east 16 chains l theuce south 2ft ohains ; thence west 10 ohains to the beginning, tiaid docree iis rooUerl Jlaroh I, ltWI. ia case of J F. Alsopet al. vs Wm. Person No. 1719 Old Hole docket Title believed to be good, but I will sell and convey (inly as trustee. D. It. P0ST0N, Timteo. Stephens A Smith. Attorney.. Trustee's Sale. 'i TY VIRTUE Off THE TERMS OP A DEED J in trust io me esocuieti dj osiumiu. Uarvin on the 9th day of June, 1S71, properly registered in the Keci'ter'l office of Shelby county, 'lennotseei in book h0, pac 2&o, and at the request of parties interMted tharein, I Will, ,. ,, . -1 I I.. ! ' On ThnrMlay, December 21, 1871, within legal hours, at th southeast corner of Court Square, in the city of Memphis, Teu neisoe, soil for caah. to the highest bidder, the following desoril.ed property, to-wit: Lying and being on Hie touik line of Polar street, fronting sixty-one feci on Poplar street with a depth of one h'"Teu and fifty-eight feet to an alley; and beginning a th north east corner of lot sold by Jno. M. Lea and wile to J. M. Orooks, and al a point sixty-live feet Ove inches west cf tbe intersection of 'ho south lid of Poplar and west lid of High streets; thenc weft sixty-on feel; tbencoi'. south . on degree east on hundred and fifty eight ket to an alley; thence east with .aitl alley lixty-one feet; thence north one degree west one hundred and fifiv-eitrht feet to beginnine-. Title bolioved to be good., but I will loll and convey only as Lru.-ee. equity ot reoemtuinn oarieu. . 70-90 D. 11. POSTOlll.Truste. 1 AduiiuiHlralrU olice. HAVIN'd QUALIFIED AS ADMINISTRA iri. of linniel llrjolv. deceaied. all per sons having claims are notified to fresent them to the undersigned for settlement ; and all persons indcDlca 10 maae pariueu. .i.uv.i further uotico. i CATHARINE KITCHEN, Adm'n. Oto. W. W inchkhtir, Attorney. December 6, 1N7L 8V90-96-lt;?H At.a'!iuieut Notice. ' v Tfanly Dean I v.. William A J. W. Lewii .. A TTACHVfEN'T HAVING BEEaN ISSUED j io tb aliovd enittld canm.on th iron rid thiit dcfuntlant 1 noo-reeideyt tli titto ot Tennen.-ea, and the in me having been re tunied by the i-runcr officer, levied, eto., the drfpndnt i hereb)' notified to Appear on the 47th dy of December, 171, t 2 p.m., at mr oirico, in the city of .Meapbie, ana d-fn.i iu'm action, or th frr.C-Wfii 'm impeded with x parte. Thif th4ic will he tiublith n the onptrrutive Wrekti . a. muuMc, Juntifc of the I'eace Atluchuieut Aoliccw Neabett k Jo nee t k Jo nee ) t i.' W. I,ewi j vi WflMam k TTACHMENT HAVING BEEN ISSUED I in the Above entitled cause. - on the iToundti that the defendant if a non-resident of the Mute of TennefHefl, and the name having been returned by the prpper officer, levied, etc., the defendant is hereby notified to appear on December 2i, lb71, al 'i p.m.. at my emce, in the city of Mvuiphii,aDd defend thii action, or the same will be proceed with ex parte. Tbi notice will be ruttliihed in the Public Ledtrer, a newspaper t.ubiiphed in th city of Memphis, ohte a week for four confeoutive weeki. H. A. M0OKK, , 7i-T-v " ,Ttt.tiof fif i b Ivife. REGISTRATION. NOTICE, Mavir'b OfPif vt, CittJIall, X Wmuphts, T ., NaTctntm Jt, 1872. 15 ACCOFDAV0B WITH TTHB PRO Tf'ioni of Sectiun 72 of the City Charter, the following named trarionj hare been ap pointed and contirioea by the Board of Alder men at Ward HejriFteri, for the purpee of carrying mJ tec Lion into execution, laeir oinei will he opened at the placei namevi below. in k'NuA't" tke TTtli Inot.. 11 o'clock ui.. and remain epeu until Wednei-' day, the ,'tb Deceuiher; at whifh time rerii traUon will ev,o. CiHea wil tak noiice that all parties detirlng to vote at thta ntuni cipi elect. mj are feqjlred to be refute red U -. .u t.u.vii idey reeiae. UertiQcatei heretofore indued wilt not be recognued nt th eaiuing lection. WA1 ID UK GI.STEH S. ' riral Wnril. Owen Daily. Rert-t.'. Gffle.. No. M Front. eorner of Couimcrce. fifrend Wnrif. 1 P. Towa-enfl r.Ai. Va. it Pnn. tar. eorner of cute uod. Tbira Ward. Thomaj P, Adamt, tegitTr as tr. iinirta. Omce, No. llbeeund utrtet. corner of W aahingwn. loartb HtrU. John C. Ltnler. RfiH-tcr.: Office. No. 6oosd itrei.. . , . ytitH wrwi. A. N. Drowher. RUt-r. Ofllo. No. nft Scond rtret, eorner ot t nion. Jamee Hunk!. Rnrtilor. ()Aea. Km VO Main itreet. corner of Futotoc. A. J. FersTtiPnti. P.viwter. fiffiA. Na 117 Beal itreet, up iiairi. aVVrguvon block. Kltcliia. M'nrd. V. Panic. Bftgiter. Onice. Wo. VU Poular ctreet. oppoaite (be market. ( Alntb Hirtl, J. D. DfAnhllrT P.uarifiLAir. (lie mwmm f luuno mwi a anion. - Tietl Ward, Miraaet In, Hegiwr. Office corner of, Mam and C!fit.un "truet; ti'l for the tvn eoieafe nf tbe eitiiene liig In the eaeterw ' rrti"D f.f the wuil, hif otit will be at t'tn-; rM H".r.t from Montiay. me lliij Deemlr, I 'ni- inw- r' . Hi ft-.-l'inr LL ' PUBLICATION. SOUTIIEltX FAR3IEK ! A MOSTII1.V AGHICULTU1UL JOURNAL, I?UDU8UED IN TUB CITY Of MEMPHIS for five years, and edited from the commenoe mont by c i Ir. jr. W. PHILIPS, who bas liiou known as a worker in tli cause over since 132. usiisted by many able con tributors, aaki, through its iditor, for a libe ral ihar. of patronage, believing he can, If supported ly" friends of th causa, do much good. TUB FARMER I. now stitched In boat oovertu snd will appear in January In an en- tlr new dress. ( : r HnbacrlptUu price 3 p.. annum, 7'H RAILROADS. MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE RAILROAD. Winter Schedule Nov. 12th. Day Express, leave................ J ilj a.m New York Kxpras., daily- 1:30 p.m Brownsville Accommodation 1 tares daily ibuaday txoeptod)...... 4;lop.m LEO ANT SLKEl'INU CARS WILL RUN rt, h-..,nl tr. Na..hvilln.Kt. l.llllis aU.l LOOIS- villeon tho 1 :30 p.m. train daily. The 4:15 a.m. ana ixo u.su. irmiua uu u uu Sunday tin!iet an(j ot1r information apply at TioketoUice, no. ;7 .nam s.rioi. 77t J. F. BOYD, Superintendent MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE R. R. CIIA.NOE OF TIME. MOXDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1871. 0 N AND AFTER MONDAY, NOV. MS. 1871, train, win run as touowi ; " '' ' t.XIV; ' AKSI1 New Orleans mall 1:15 p.m. 2 :3) wn... 4:LSo.m. e:M) Fright,'da'ily(xSund'y) 6:30a.m. 30 ram JA3. YONQB. Oen'l Bup p.m 't. NOTIOE. TO SUFFERING ., LADIES ! REMEDEGOUT, 1 A French Medioin for Horning Biokness. r) EMEDEH0UT IS A BOON OF COMFORT ki to every expeatant mother, giving her certain reliof from anauish and depression at a tim when she should he hearty, oheerful, and strong. Remedegout is no secret remedy, bat bas been presorioea Dy puysicians lor several year, ia Franc and England with th. molt pleaiingreeulis. Hold by all Druggist. , JOHN F. HENRY, New York,' ftMeoi (lencrni Agent. ajjjctioneers L. O. BALDWIN te CO., AlCTIOXKERS, v ,..!. i " Commission Mercliaols and MaunTiiC' tnrer' Agent, Cog. Second amd Adam, Homptila, 'WE WILL COMMENCE 01R REGULAR TV lall trad sales at auction on irr.n DAY. Seoteuiber 5. 1K71. and continue tbem thro ttmeK a week during the season Our numerous consignors, embracing every line ot loretgn and domestic dry goods, doming, hate, boots, shoe!, notions, fancy and variety goods, etc., will keep us eonstnutly supplied with every description of merchandise suita ble for our market, thus oilering toa city and country customers a rare opportunity to re plenish stooks at pries fnr below regular rates. Our regular sale days will be TUESDAYS and THUKiUAY'S. Cash advances made on con signment!, and account of sales rondered promptly. A. o. nuwu-ivoui., lr,7t Auctioneer. OLA8SE8. Money Cannot Buy It! For Sight Is FricelMB I i, . "W - . MAgnrAOTUBID T J. E. SPENCER & CO., NEW YORK THE DIAMOND GLASSES, Which are now offord to the public. Are pro nounced by all the celebrated Optician ot the world to be the .. ' MOHT PKItFECT, Natural, Artificial help to the human eye erer known. They are ground under theirown iu pervicion. from minute Cryital Pehblei, melted together, and derive their name, "ln'ninond," on aoooant of their hardner and brilliancy. The bOIKNTIllC PKINC PLK en whirh the are eonitruoted brings the tiore or center of the lem directly in front of the eye, producing a olear end diitinct vision, ai in th natural, iiealtiiy light, and prerent ing all uni'UitfHnt lenKationi. inch a glim nuering and wavering of light, dinineii, (?., peculiar to allothr in uie. Theyariiountea in the finest mannor, in framei of the belt quality, of all aiaterile ed for thatpurpoie. Their flniih and durability oannot b paad. CAUTion.-None genulrj tinieii bearing their trade mark itamped on every frama. r W, C. bVKI. Jeweler and Optician, Ii Cpi agent for MpirjphU. Teuu., from whom i.iey eaa ynly b obtnioed. Thei good are not mpplied to peddieri, at any nrio. FOR SALE. Lots For Sale In Ha City, OH -Lone Island, New York. JDA CITY IS 6ITTTATKD ON L0NO is land, ;5 mile! from New Vork city, the ong I "land railroad running centrally through Ida City. Lou there are hereby of fered for lule on th following term.: Fitly dollar each, on a oredic of ten yean, paya ble in ten annual instalment aay 96 Ou per year on each lut. Tbe partiei owning the above property iirrpose to aell to th" Southern people one-half of th lot, y sp-n, on th a Dove terui, wiinout intereet. ihe fMl hirer Bri'ke li now in proi.eei of comtrue tioa, !onLertiBg MRnhalUti Ifland, u(kh which Mew York U aituated. with long land. Thi Ii a good opportunity for any pernon el thi avectido of country to invent imall lumi in th imrrhaft of the lotn. Trm are eay, and within th rcah of all. Property on Long I-lend will rapidly IncreaM In value m o(,n a Kut Hirer bridge i completed. Map af the City of Ida can he een. and full information i van .upon apt tiratir.n taiug tuadato Ilf. FUNTA1.SK. raSiiodiiig recreury, ii 0. 1 Madiioa street. A. CARD. LETTERS AND INyl'IRIES IS tif tr lilav filv and lh litirrrimAia air. J t refli uie of lotieb'll be addreMed t ly. Kon Utna, Correp'.ndir pffrelary. No. ly M idi- "D etret, Alenipbia, Tnn. TL Mil u th projerly if berfrel it) anti the ad vert i te ar) eiit an 4 niii'i puh)hu enrrer'tly reprwent th ralu and attretlnT,f nt the pi''. STATEMENT OF THE r.nssouni valley Ou the lat day Tbe naiu or the Company It tbe Missouri Valley Life Insurance Company. It it located la the City The Binousit ot I1B Capital to la l TIs) amount of Ita Capital lo.ai paid Th Asset oi tue unn ..."- Cash on hand, in the hands of Ag.nu, or othr Real Estate unincumbered. Bonds owneu 07 tii vuiuf-". . leavejworth County Bonds, par value.. I.nans on rjoaas anu mr.iD, uow,. u..v u.u uu HUIU..UIUK.U a.u atuw.uiui . double th amount loand thereon .............. lflo.TTS 05 Debt otherwise ecurea. ........................ ....... . .,ii to Premiums in oours of collection and transmission..... ... 76,547 4 Deferred Freiniuml - ..-........ ......... 60.128 43 I liter est Acorud....... ..... """ - !. All other beouriiie i,w w Total Asset! - I757,8 W LIABILITIES: Losse amdlnstod w - 110,000 00 All other claims against th Company 16,4'id 33 128,456 33 t , , . f Statb or Kaksas. Coukty of Lxavrnwobth, 1 H. t. MACK AY. President, and GK0ROB U. MOORE. Secretary of the Missouri Valley Llf Insuraiio. Company, being duly sworn, depose and s.y that the foregoing is a full. tru.. and correct statement of the affeirs of said Company i that the said Insurance Company is the bona ad owner of at least One Hundred Thousand Dollara of actual ossh capital invested in State and linited States stocks and bonds, or in bonds and mortgage ol rim I .state unin cumbered and worth double the amount for which th same Is mortgaged ; and that they are th above described officer, of .aid Insurance Company. ., t. II. V. MftthAi, rrrsident. UEORUK H. MOOKE, tecretary. Subicribed and .worn to bfor m. thi. 7th day of August, 1871. J. I. JONES, NoUry Public. We Invite th attention of th Insurance advocate, to our Registered 12 per cent. Com pound Interest Tontine Policy, with the endorsement of oar but 1 on them. Agents desiring to work for one of th best Companies ill th West will do well to call on WM. KCrtlN, Uemoral Ag-eaS, No. Weil t'onrt atrrel. ,. V " ' OFFICE OF Till BOARD OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONERS.') k Foa THa Stats of Tknhkhkkk, V . f. RD. It. PENNI PENNEBAKER, Secretary of the Board of Insurance Commissioner, for hereby certify that th Missouri Valley Li Insurance Company, located at he Suite of Tennessee, has produced to me satisfactory evidonoo that said Com- Tenne'lee, do he pony has 'complied with all the requiretpenU on Life Iniurauoe Companies; ana 1 lunaer eortiiy mat n iL,uiAM iu M ir,, Agent ot said Company, has also complied with th raquiratuanti of tne lawi of the State made and pro vided in such cases : ... Wheroforo. said Insurance Company ha authority to take risk, and transact the busineii of Life Insurance In this State, at iT.mphi.. T.nnegse. jjD. jj PKNNKBAKER, . -H1-UO ' ' ' - ' Hecvctary of the Boar.) of Insurance Ciiinmi.ioncT's. PUliLIC LEDGER BOOK AND JOB . Printing Establishment - 13 Madison Street. , E.WHITM0RE, Proprietor. Tli IB ESTABLISHMENT, BEINQ FULLT stocked with thelauit aad most Improved Styleu of Presses, .From th oelebratad uanaiaotorlM of K. Ho A Cc, and Geo. P, Gordon, and with all th stylet and deilgn. of ' ltordorft, Oruainents, Ett, From th well-known foundriei of Jc anion A Co., Philadelphia and Cincinnati, we ar prepared to xeouU rrr dMcriptioa of BOOK AND JOB PRINTINQ - IB A Aa - DNSUKPASSED IN THE SOUTH. For tbe Brmovul of ObdrastJom and (be - htmranceor BcgularlfylnttieBe ' to rrenee of HoalMy Per toils. Fcmatt ItepJator, tnteiuUxl for spccfaJ eascc; thai finale ona -tofterc milder and ehmprr rrii. cinttfaiL , Thoy are composed of th most active au J poworful principle of plants, roots, and berrio., so highly eoDcontrstod that each pill contains moro medicinal strength than a whole box or bottlo of ordinary dollar mdi- dne in tho market. .-l."lfu.JApoif)uI, yet so mid and pUcuant in Ihtir operation, that 'A tnoai fetblt con fate fAnt vith Pfrj KM- They may baaf,!yr.d . and at any perioi, r?s.ai snno txi fibst rHBrt ato.xTPi, flaring which tho nnfailing natp-j, of their action wonl.1 iufallibly raa- Vxirr pngnancy. BF All letter, reeling information or advio will bo promptly, frcol;' and dicretly answered. tr Rich loJ contatm about 100 pt2s, and it vrapped in xbit paper printtd in deep red tetter; vfMufi and explicit imdiont mdatea. r Bent by mail, fro of poataga, on receipt of price, 15, per box. , (t7"T1e Cnerwke) FU1. I. 1 ait aold IT. .n etitemruun. IirnggiiU in the cinliaed world. Homiuipnnoiplwidoaler, bowevwr. try to cll warthlom compound in piao of this l thiaw which tliey can purchase at a cheao nrice, and make more money. A vow . i i 1 1 , 1 .1 .1 t L. value yimr ncanu, u u. 17W11. niirrincipled I)niKgU"W, atkorthrtemUs, and take no other. If the Drrjggiat will not buy them for yon, encloeo the money in a loiter an'i wo sui .u.-u, w j, u. free of postage, securely aualed from ober vatioa. I.a.lic or Ocntlemen can B.ldresa ns In perfect confidence, kUtitig fully anil plainly their die and vniptom. 1'aticnU need not hesitate beoauM ot their inability to vuut tie, aa we have treated patient waooweafully in all portion of the civflixcd globo, by eorre tKin.leDce. r n. i. ..l,lrc..lr- as will picas rill plainly alt th avmptom, U'J wnto l'ot ofhoev Oonnty, Hmf and name of writer, and en. loe poetago stamp for reply. dc.ireto aw-nd our tliuty-lwo pag paniplrinl, .Lbtled FJaa bjhI W eaua at Isrvalkla," to very reader of thi paper, sjrnd addreaa, with Stamp to pay retnra powtago, aud addres aa follow : a, tocn at nsoAa Asneuvssw, HI ILuav locw. TYPE jtj-umiiiwl m 7T4 CONDITION OF THE life iiisuhaiige co. r July, l71. " or LeaTenworlli, Kansas. l i l t l l l SOO.OOO p 1b i I I l l ,401,000 persons.. .... w 29,00 74 ... zi,mw :-B-".-s U 20'000 00 A1ASUVILL.B, December 6, 1871. ' J of the laws of the State of Tennessee imposed J. H. WA-GGENER, 317H MAIM j 317 h TIIK CLOTHING AND MerfchantTailoring House OF MEMPHIS 19 Will. FILLED WITH CHOICE AMERICAN, FRENCH & ENGLISH WOOL. 13 N H! ' I , FOB OFXTLBIIKK't WBiB ' ' - J, II. WAOGENEli, frop'r raioxs ) - :n fTgira 317 1-3. HOntR ATIJ I Cash. SV-116 alii. iccxaAT. B. t. lrtwxir1. MURRAY &RII)GELTr MERCHANT TAI3-ORS 81 MADISON STMEET, , Halt of Clark's Jewelry Stor. Kt ' ' WEWPKIf., TElifJC." INSURANCE. BRANCH OFFICE -OF THE PIEDMONT AND A51UN3TCM L.IFJ - " Insurance Company, No. 7 MADISON STREET, . MEMPHIS j 1 TE5X. . L. OENISON. Pre.ldrwi. J. J. BI'elHV, Vlre PrexMnnt. J. A. LOUDON, Vice Pr.alilt-al. JAM. K. nil.I.AItll, Seerelsiry. Board of Trn.tee.s J.J. BUSBY, A. M.FTEPKKNR, , G. L. KKNISON. C. L. ANHKHSoN. GKO. MELLEHKH, J. A. LOl'DON. O. V. RAMK1!T, .I011N JOHNSON, M.B. TltK.FVANT. p. F. PMhSCinT. J. A. J. K.MIT1I. K D. BAHNIJM. J. N. WARK, J. K. DILLAltl). Bf.srleal Exisiulsseirai a. B.Tuos.itok. M l). R. J. V'tKnti. iS.D. Ceww.elori M. B. Tr-ItTAT- JA. r..'l,,ARD,Uia'Ut'i. W. H. TBr,(B, Aaxlnlont. 29-!IX5 MEMPHIS CITY FIRE AMI OENEKAL INSURANCE COMPANY.1 OIHce, 1 Madison St., Memphis. CAPITAI. t t $250,000. B.BAYLISS, Fretident. Ca.hier. fAtCAho, Vical'resiiltut. II EMIT J. LT.N'V ' Secretary. DIHECTOllMi JACOB THOMPSON, NAPOI.KON HILL, W. C. Rt'TLANll, W. K. ALBKhATH, WM. JOVNKK. J. T. FAKiiAbON. K. D. OOODLETX. DOES FIRE, MARINE, IN I.AXD AND General Insurance Business.' MASONIC MUTUAL Life Assurance Association, Jfe. 88 Front Street. aga.Ua BUk, Mr. Cni.a street, up ttairsi 2 CONSTITUTES TOC A MEMBRB tlO for Dolicr. tl .xaminine f.. and tl annually. Nq otbw expense exrei.t in ea. of th death of a aaanber. whea you will be as. tOOIJIIDERY Franlxlln Booix Uinderv. BLANK BOOK MANVFACTOKl. No. 15 West Court Slrest, Mcaptilj. ). C. TOr, rrf.lr. BLANK BOK8. PAPFR Rl LIIi, AN1 binding of very d,ni'i '. eseuted ia a very suirior sr. oner, and warranted to give entire sail. faction. XT My Ulaak ilo.k narersnbrac-s thetv.t WJlits i Aarlea: any Ik., c.n.i.t. of th. IdwI in U eaur. market, asd hri". to t.rm- r.M w ilk any hoe. II k.nrlil. i's rp w .; ad it t their i at rest to giv. snaacii K.fnr. nr .ri,f .1. IV . 7 II J. EL El! &l WILSON'S SEW'JNG I1ACUINES ARE THE BEST, INo. 250 SEC OND STREET nEIIPIIIS, T E II 1 E S S E E