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attention given to repairing scales.
rvTcklNbON, WILLIAMS 4 CO., COTTON
1 Factors, Hit) Front street. 34t
E" ' iHMONS A SON, BOOKS. STATION KH.fi
Magasines, etc., 10 Jefferson and 63 Bead.
and Tir.ln Vine, pot. Adams and ftccnnd.
KAILROAD TB1E TABLES.
MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK RAILROAD
Ferryboat will leave wharfboat, foot of
Union itraat, daily, at 7.50 a.m.
MEMPHIS AKD CHARLESTON RAILROAD
Kx press - 8.30
Train to Mobile
Bornerviile Accomrood n.. 9.45
K,nrm train does not run on Sunday.
TiokotOoioe,27 Main street, corner ol Sooth
MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE RAILROAD,
Day Express ...
Brownsville Accom n..
The Brownsville Accommodation loaves at
4 :15 p.m. daily. excpt eunaay.
11 t h.aH nf Main tTMlt.
Ticket Office, 237 Main itreet, on door
aorta of Jefleraon.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNKSBKB R. R.
0. O. Mail (dally) . S.t0
Kxprew, " 8.50
Freight (daily ex. Sunday) 4.00
Tl . tr.i nf Mnin lt,Mt.
Ticket Offieo. S37X Main street, one door
aortb of Jefferson, yoNqw
Ornci floras Fhom 8 a.m. to6 p.m. t Bombay,
t ROM V TO 1 A.M.
Memphis A Charleeton
R. R. Daily.
aa R. R. Daily.
Memphis A Little Rock
', Miss. river to Helena A
Friar's P't daily.
Mien, river te Ht.Louij
Mnn. and Thura.
White River Soral
Weekly lues. A Sat.
Mon..Wed. A Friday.,
Mon., Wed..Fri. ,
Tuet. and Fri.
South Mkmphis. No. 118 meets 2d Friday
in each month nmi corner ,nauion ana nee
ond. W. S. Matthews, W. M.i Ban K. Put
I'.n.mni So. 1W meets 1st Monday in
every month, at Odd Fellows' Hall, corner
Court and Main. C. M. Carroll, v. M. i John
Lklia Scott, No. 2S9 meets 1st Thursday
of eaoh month hall oorner Madison and Seo
eond. S. Sturm, W. M.i M. Hocbstadter,
DkSoto, No. 290 meets 3d Friday of each
month "nd reiiowt nau. n. v. rriuiam
n.. W M , R. W. Khellon. Secretary.
Kri.wiNStKO. No. 311 meets 4th Friday of
each month at South Memphis Uaii, oorner
of Madison ana fcecona. n. u. lucnaxaei.
W. M.i Louis Usapsm, reoretary,
Prim Chipttb. No. 22 meets 2d Monday of
each month Vdd reuows nail, v m. bar
roll, M. E. II. P. i B. M. Levy, Secretary.
Memphis Chaptsb, No. 95 meets at Odd
Fallows liall.Hil Monday oi earn mnntn. .
8. Matthews, M. E. H. P.; John W. Ward.
B. AKD f. M.
Ecbiea Coobcil, No. 6 meets Sd Monday
of each month Odd Fellows' Hall. D. B.
Forster, Th. 111. t C. H. Myers, Rao.
Ctkiki Commabdibt, No. 4 meets 4th Mon
day of each month. Geo. Mallersh, Com. I T.
J. Barchui, Reo.
Calvary Ciuptbr op Rose Croix, 18th. No.
1. Charles W. Adams, Sid, il.'. W.V i H.
T. Tomlinion, 32d. Sec. .
P. DIRECTWItr. jpt&H,,
Odd Fellows' flail, corner Main and North
Mbmpbtb LonsB, No. 6 meets every Tues
day. A J. Ward. N. G.; R. F. Alexander,
V. .! Jno. W. Wayneaburc, SecreUryt E.
V. Risk. Treasurer.
Chicxabaw Lodob. No. 8 meets every Men
day night. Leon Levy. N. G. : D. Schloss, V.
O.l J A. Holt. Secretary; II. D. Connell,
Shillsr LnsoB, No. 140 meets every Wed
nesday nlirht. Joseph Uhl, N. U.; II. Grc
nauer, V. U. : J. A. Gronauer. Secretary; J.
G. Irrhmidt, Treasurer.
Bakmsr Lodor, No. H7 meets every Friday
niht. T. 8. Jokes. N. U. C. I. Billiard.
V.ii.t E. R. Jack, Secretary; J. S. Wilkins.
MiMPHts Dr'iKia Lodge No. 3 meets 1st
Saturday of month. W. H. Mryston,
D. M. ; )!. Binirnam, D. D. M. ; J. E. Rus-
Jell. A- I. M. ; X. S. Jukes, Secretary ; Leon
DEO REE OP RRBKKAR.
Rctb Lodge, No. 1 meets 4th Thursday of
each month at 3 p.m. Thomas Bacon, N. G. ;
Mrs. R. L. Groomes, V. U.; Mrs. W. L.
Gatoso Encampment. No. 3 meets en the
1st and 3d Thursday nights of each month.
John Linkhnuer, C. P. ; John Gordon. H. P. ;
W. H. Moynton, S. W. s R. F. Alexander. J.
W. ; Thos. bacon. Scribe.
Memphis Encampmest, No. 39 meets 2d and
4th Thursday nights of each month. T. b.
Jukes. C. P. T. M. BIntham. 11. P.; J. W.
Waynebur(, S. W. i A. W. Newsom, J. W. ;
J. F. Fischer, Scribe.
lted Anclemt Order f rnld.
rxxKEs.EE Grove. No. 1. IT. A. O. T).
meets at tha Druid Hall. No. 37 South Court
street, on the 1st and 3d Tuesday evenings in
each month. J. S. iieiligers, N. A.; J.
Beehlor. V. A.J F. W. Buuinghaas, Secre
Uryt John L. Ei hberg. Treasurer.
Memphis Ueove, No. 2 meets at the Droid
Fall, 37 Court street, every Thursday evening.
Wm. M. Loeb. N.A.; 11. Oertel, V. A. ; J.
P. Bhide, Secreurytt Barney Gray, Treasurer.
Cliantks GktirK, No. 3-meoU attbellroid
Hall, 37 Court street, on the lit and 3d Mon
day evenings in each month. A. F. Davis,
N.A.; Georra W. Baxter. V. A.; M. Bran,
Secretary; Martin Cohen, Treasurer.
Comouedia B. A. Chapter, No. 1 meets at
the Druid Ball, on the 2d and 4th Tuesday
eves ins in each month. J. fceehler, E. b. A. ;
A. HW.f.., Secretary.
No. SHi2 Adams Street.
THIS INSTITUTION IS SITl'ATFD IS
oee of the highest and most healthy parts
of tba city, beside thorough iniructivn in
all the branches ef a
Collegiate stnd Commercial Vmrun,
the snort scrupulous care is bestowed on the i
UOBAL TBAISIKG of the Upil. I
French. Music and Drawing form extra
I or terms see pro.rertus, or apply tfl
BtiOIilKK MALA KM AN.
THE P0RTUNB TELLER. CAN BR Con
Ml (Wekater Block), Xd floor.
FACTS 15 D FANCIES.
John II. Sarratt is teaching school at
Brookville, Montgomery county, Md.
The mayor of Salem, Massachusetts,
favors a, reduction of hia salary fifty per
Another of the authors of " Beautiful
Snow" is dead William G. Barnes, of
Minnie Bealis, of Topelta, Kansas, is
going to Europe to become a "great
lyric artist."; . , .
The mordora is the name of an Ea
glish intention for the purpose of taking
off the top of an eggshell.
A goose eighty-oight years old died not
long since en the farm of Mr. A,
Gould, of Topsfield, MasiachusettB.
The Lowell Courier supposes that the
New York Worlds " filicide" must hare
been committed with a Colt's revolver.
The revival at the Broadway colored
church, in Indianapolis, which bega
about three years since, is still in pro
Portsmouth, N. H., had a masqierad
the other night in which the ladies were
attired in dresses made entirely of tissue
paper. " ' 1 ' .'
Jeff Thompson says: M I change my
religion every week, my politics every
day, and my opinion every hour; an,
yet I can t keep op.
A minister not loug ago preached
from the text, " Be ye therefore stead
fast; " bnt the printer made him ex
pound from " Be ye there for breakfast.
. St. Louis lawyers are soon to appear
in court in black gowns. They think
such a costume will elevate their dig
nity, and inspire the irreverent client
The seal of the Confederate States was
made in England, received in Richmond
only the week before Lee evacuated the
city, and never used on any official doc
"How the Baby Came " is a recent pub
lication. Althoueh obviously a emia s
story, it is not. as its name would seem
to indicate, a scientific treatise on ob
Wine was made at Los Angelos, Call'
fornia, last year at a cost of fifteen
cents a gallon. There is no excuse Tor
any man not getting drunk with wine at
this price. .
A candy man follows Mr. Hammond,
the revivalist, at Leavenworth, on his
round, and, when the spiritual adviser
finishes his exhortation to a crowd, the
prize candy man commences business,
The Courier-Journal man insists that
the reason why the editor of the Cincin
nati Enquirer favored pulling down the
suspension bridge over the Ohio is be
cause he couldn't pass under it without
lowering his ears.
Geologists affirm that the eastern shore
of the United States is sinking into the
ocean at the rate of about one-sixth of
an inch per annum, or sixteen inches
every hundred years. The island of
New York goes nnder at the rate of sev
enteen inches per century.
There is a great deal of force in what
the New York Tribune says about send
ing a man out of the world with all his
imperfections on his head, thinks the
Montreal News.' He had better take
them with him than leave them, as Mr.
Othello says, " for others' uses."
What is believed to be the most laconic
address to the jury on record, was de
livered by Mr. Montague Bare, Q. C, at
Bristol, the other day. The recorder
summed up the case in the following
words: " Gentlemen of the jury, which
of the parties has spoken the truth T"
The occasional explosion of coal oil
lamps from attempts to extinguish them
by blowing down the chimney, gives
value to the following suggestion: Give
a sharp but rather prolonged puff, at
right angles with the top of the chimney
The draft thus produced is said to draw
the flame away from the wick, and the
lamp goes out.
The year 1871 was particularly uu for
tunate for fine trotting and stock horses,
some ten or , twelve notable stallions
having died, among the number Royal
George, Curtis, Hambletonian, Mam
brino, Columbus, Clark Chief and Gold
dust They were all valuable animals,
and it would have taken a small fortune
to have purchased any one of them.
A reward of 10,000 francs has been of
fered in Paris to whoever will make the
following diagram with one stroke of the
pencil or pen. The thing can be done,
as has been proved to satisfaction:
The following is said to be the our
for neuralgia: Take two large table
spoons of cologne and two teaapoonsful
of fine salt mix them together in a
small bottle; every time you have any
acute affection of the facial nerves, or
neuralgia, simply breathe fumes in your
nose from the bottle, and you will be
The Chicago Standard has a corre
spondent who wants to know what should
be done with a candidate for admission
to the church who in all other respects
is sound and acceptable, but who hesi
tates to accept the doctrine of eternal
punishment The Standard sensibly
quotes Paul's advice: " Him that is
weak in the faith receive ye, but not to
doubtful disputations'; and adds: "We
think the apostle's rule has respect to
nreciselv such a ease "
P-1"51 UIU B CBSB.
Biafalsir o or sbo Dtrreasa of
Mr. Frank Buckland writes in Land
and Water: In passing over Mogbridge,
near the junction of the rivers Black
water and Conner, Sutherlaadshire,
Scotland, a rentleroan who was with me
told me that the part of the river we
were then crossing was once celebrated
for the number and oualitv of its nearls
j but of late years they have diminished
Vinth in nnanitv and Quality. The rea-
aaaio-nnd for this was remarkable
nnnrdinff to the local theory, " " the
building of the bridges diminishes the
number of nearls in the river. In for
mer times bridges were not very numer
eus in Scotland, and the cattle passing
the river by means of the fords, trod
upon the mussels, ana so injuring mmr
i bm to form nearls. Af
ter the bridges were built the cattle no
longer went across the ford, but over the
bridges. The mussels not being any
ininred. ceased to create the
r,..rl . Thra waa formerly an old man
at this plao h gained his living by
collecting Uese pearia. iAne if
low was blind, but nevertheless he con
limuJ his npcunation as nearl-catcher.
He used to wade into the rtver and -pick
np the pearls off the bottom wm uu
toes, his wile standing on the bank, tell
inghimin what direction to go. When
h. V.-.1 h'lUi a has- that he carried round
his neck, with the pearl mussels, he
brought them to the bank for bis wiie. to
open. A pearl the siae of a pea was
worth XI. 1 was very sorry to near oi
tt.. trorin ml of this Door man. He
got out of his depth, fell into a deep hole
in the river ana was arowueu. ,
SPECIAL NOTICES. ' '
Font MUlies ef Invalids.-A the lowest
computation there are never less than four
millions ot invalids in the United States. Of
this number probably more than three-flfthj
hare neglected the ordinary areeaations
Moaasarv for the preeervatloa of health, and
are suffering the punishment das to their
carelessness. If the multitudes who are now
afflicted with biliousness, Indigestion, rheu
matism. intermittent fever, irregularities of
tha bowels, general debility, nervous disor
ders, tl.. had. at the very drst symptems of
indlsDOsition. iBvigorated, reguiateo ana pa
rified their systems with Uostetter's Stomach
Bitters, two-thirds of them would at this mo
ment be performing the aotive duties of lire,
nnannoyed by any ailment of the body or the
mind. This assertion Is mads advisedly. It
is founded on experience, and is borne out by
the testimony of a countless host or witnesses,
whose attestations cover almost every variety
ef disease, and extend over a period of about
twenty years. Of every thousana persons
who take the Bitters, as a preventive of the
eomnlaints above enumerated, seven-eighths
escape them entirely; and of every tnousana
who are actually attacked, and use tne great
Vegetable Tonio as a remedy, three-fourths
are radically cured. These are not nap
hatard assertions, but statistical faoU. They
are based noon the results of isqutriee made
bv more than fifty thousand persons, in vari
ous parts of the country, and upon the lettrrs
of prominent citinns of every State, it njlfht
almost he said, of every county in toe untci;
Best and Oldast Family MedlolM.--
ford't L'okt hngorafr.K purely Vegetable
Caikarttt aad 7bie-for Dyspepsia, uonsupa-
tion. Debility, Sick-headache, Bilious At
tacks, and all derangements or silver.
Stomaoh and Bowels. Ask your Druggist for
iU Baean of imitation. ,, , HS-xvUies
Batehelor's Hair Bye.-This super hair
dye is the test the world-perfectly Harmless,
reliable and instantaneous I ne disappoint
ment; no ridiculous tints or disagreeable)
odor. Tha genuine Wm. A. BatoBeleri iiair
Dye produces lMMXBtATE'.T a splendid black
or natural brown, leaves the hair etso, sot,
beautiful; does not contain a particle of lead
or any injurious compound. Bold by all drug
gists. Factory, 16 Bond street New York, i
Avoid Quacks.-A victim of early indiscre
tion, causing nervous debility and premature
decay, having tried in vaia every aaverusea
remedy, has discovered a simple means of
self-cure, which he will send free to his rei
low-sufferers. Address ' ' " !
1 J. H. REEVED,
21-xiv20eod 78 Nassau street New fork.
Happv Relibp pob Tocbo Mb from the
afreet of Errors and Abuses In early lire,
Manhood restored. Seminal emissions cared.
Impediments to Marriage removed. New
method ef treatment New and remarkable
remedies. Books and Circulars sent free. In
sealed envelops. Address. HOWARD ASSO
CIATION, Ne. I 6oath Ninth street Phila
delphia. Pa. -"- 100-xlv-ls
Lifa Assurance Association,
No. 834 Front Street,
Magnolia Block, cor. Union street, up stairs
$10 CONSTITUTES YOU A MEMBERj-
Al. em tnw uiHi,v. SI axaminins fee. and SI
annually. No ether expense except in ease of
the death ef a member, wnea yoa wm ne as-
seed 2l "
JUST RECEIVED, j ,
78 HORSES j
. -And- !
FROM KENTUCKY. I will sell on SO and 0
days time, at prioes to suit the times.
COWS A.IVO CAIiVEB
or hand at all times. Can furnish any num
ber of them at short notice, at 445 Mam street.
fn-Vi W. M. HK'MIKH.
BUILDIHO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
BOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
THE FIRST INSTALLMENT TO THE
Capital Stack is called, payable to Chas.
T. Palenon, Secretary and Treasurer (at the
office nf the Southern Life Ins. Co.), between
the .tsh astd sestt ( sYetorsisrjr Best.
na Association commences active siaiE
n tue nrst 1 ussday In Marc line .HH Mr.
Parties desiring te subscribe to tba Capital
tock are requested to de so be tors the 1st of
lir order of tba Hoard or Direetem.
(M-viv4 H. T. M'LKT.KY, Pr..Mnt.
;' TIJE ,
SOUTHERN FARMER !
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1 UBLISHID IN THE CITY OF MEMPHIS
for five years, and edited from the commence
ment by ;
Dr. M. W. PHILIPS,
who has been knows as a worker la the cease
ever since 18.12, assisted by many able con
tributors, asks, through its editor, tor a libe
ral share of patronage, believing he can. If
supported by friends of the cause, do me oh
THE FAE-iiEH Is Bow stitched la Boot
eorere, and will arpear in January la aa sa
tire new dress.
Hnhac rtotlosi price 9 fur BBBsme.
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In the I'irst Chancery Court of Shelby
George N. Raymond
.11.! ' VS. 1 '. ' ,
Tk.TUV.A-. TT.Ua nf .1 f Manning. dCC
JT APPBARINO FROM AFFIDAVIT III
this oaiue that the names and residences
the heirs of J. C. Manning, deoeased. are
nnknewn and cannot bo ascertained upon
diligent inquiry It is therefore ordered
that they make their appearance herein
. ... . .. 1 ,k. . ' v nf Mm,ihlai
Tennessee, on or before the second Monday
la March, 1S72, and plead, answer or dein
IT tT.t . lift A. U. ..ma will
taken for confessed as to them and set for
hearing ex parte: and mat a copy ui uu.
order be published onoe a weea, lor ior u.
cessive weeks, in the Memphis Publio Ledger.
i - C U l 1 1, V A. V.' V , .
Clerk and Master.
By R. J. Bi.aok, Deputy Clerk and Master
A copy Attest.! . . , ;
J. M. Gregory, solloltor for complainant.
N. Calhoun A Co) Before W. H. Hoegel, Jus
ts. tioe of the Peace for
J. H. Hurdle. J Shelby oounty, Tenn
AFFIDAVIT HAVINO BEEN MADE
before me and bond given as required by
law in attachment causes, that the delendant
is a non-resident 01 ine eutte 01 Aonneasm,,
and an attachment - issued and retured,
I..1.J nn tha nrnnerLV of the defend
ant .bv the oroner olhcer, the defendant
iii i.v. nntlm flat this cause is set for trial
before me, or some other Justice of the Peace
for (Shelby county at my omce in uieiuuuis,
on the 0th day of March, 1872, at 10 o'olook a.
m. ; the defendant will take notice and come
Into court and defend said cause, or the same
will be taken as confessed and tried exparte,
and that this notice be pblished once a week,
in fiwir nin-MiiTi weeks, in the Public
Ledger, a newspaper published In the city of
Memphis. W. II. lIOliUEL, J. 1-..
February 2. 1872. Shelby oounty,
TY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN DEED IN
Sj Trust, exeouted by Sarah M. N orris and
kT H.Morris, her husband, dated 18th of June
1867, duly acknowledged ana reooraea in
the Register's office of Shelby county, Ten
nessee, in Book No. 61, p. 77. to secure certain
debts therein set forth, a part of which now
remains due and unpaid, l win, on toe
Twenty-fifth Day of March,
next, at the entrance of th Chancery Court
rooms, and in front of the Greenlaw Opera
House, in tne city oi mempois. xennessee,
expose to sale to the highest Didder, for cash,
the property in said deed mentioned, described
as follows, to-wit: Lot number eleven, des
ignated upon the plan and survey of the sub
division et tbs property ot ueorge jj. noimes,
having a front on Dunlao street of forty feet.
and running back between parallel lines two
hundred and five foet and five inches embrac
ing and inoludingthe north half of a double
tenement nonse erected upon said lot. and
another lot owned by Patrick Fitspatrick, the
center of the division wall of said double
tenement being declared hereby to be the
southern boundary of the lot here sold and
conveyed, together with all the buildings and
improvements thereon. - j
Hale within the hours Dresoribed bv law.
The title is believed to be good, but I will con
vey as trustee only.
nam A,, v. vi auk, .trustee.
Thos. R. Mustin "1 Before N. B. Hale. Jus-
vs. . . tiee or the feace, Shelby
Frank Donehuer.J county, Tennessee.,
A TTACHMKNT HAVING BEEN SUED
J out in the above entitled eanse upen affi
davit, and the said attachment having been
returned by the proper officer, "levied,
etc.," it is therefore ordered by the
court that the said defendant, Frank
Donehuer, be and appear at the office of
N. B. Hale, J. P., in the Fourth civil dis
trict of Shelby county, Tennessee, on Mon
day, the loth day of March, 1872, at 10 o'clock
a.m., and defend said suit or the same will be
Sroceeded with ex-parte. It is further or
ered by the court that this notice be pub
lished once a week for four oonsecutive weeks
in the Public Ledger, a nowspaper published
in the city of Memphis, Tennessee.
Given under my hand this 2d day of Feb
ruary, 1872. N. B. HALE, J. P.
BY VIRTUE OF A TRUST DEED TO MK
executed by J. E. and 8. A. Douglass,
recorded In book No. 80, page 406. in the Reg
ister's office of Shelby county, I will sell, at
the real estate ezohange of Hoyster, Tretevant
A Co., northeast oorner of Main and Jeffer
son streets, in the city oi Memphis, on
Saturday, the 21th February, 18,2,
at 12 o'clock, noon, the following real estate :
Lot No. 1 on plan of sub-division filed as pan
of the report of the commissioners in tha ease
of John 11. Trigg et al. vs. Lydia Trigg et al..
In the Cbanoery Court of Memphis, beginning
on the west side of the Memphis and Big
Creek plank road, 624 feet and 6 inches north
from the northeast corner of lot 41 of the
lands formerly belonging to the heirs of Robert
Weaklev. as ner F.uoker's man nf M.mnhii .
running thenoe parallel with tha nnrth .irl
of lot 41. 4li2 foet west to Wolf river; thence
said river 171 feet ; thence cast parallel vith
the north line of said lot 41, 353 feet .t) the
west side of said plank rosd; thenco 1'8 feet
sou a iocuos u me ufginning. lwrnjg cash
142-td J. P. TKEZEVANT. Irustoe.
PETITION FOR INCORPORATION.
. fNe. 489.1
In the Flnit Chancery Court of Shelby
- louiitj, i enncsHee.
WHEREAS. W. H. EADER. WILLIAM
Juniper, E. C. Jones. M. H. Baldwin,
W. H. Moore. F. Stith. W. R. Cole, K. C.
McDowell, H. C. Stever and Thos. Baffin,
have this day filed in this court a petition
fraying to be incorporated as " The Memphis
improvement Company," the purpose of said
corporation being to purchase seal estate in
the county of Shelby, and to suhdivida tha
same, and to build oa and rent, lease or sell
lbs same. It is therefore ordered that all
persons wishing se to do make their appear
ance on or before the first Monday in March,
ls72. and show eaue. if thev can. whv said
charter should not be granted as prayed for;
and that a cepy of this order be published for
thirty days in the Public Ledger.
Anis aiauuary m2.
EDMUND A. COLE.
Clerk and Master. I
' By R. J. Black, Deputy Clerk and Master,
A copy Attest:
McDowell A Johnston, Attorneys. 129-154
PY VIRTUE OF A DKED OF TRUST TO
me executed by H. P. Maxwell and K.
Maxwell, his wife, recorded in the Regis
ter's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, book
Ne. 77. pare 167. to secure the car man t of ear .
tela Indebtedness therein mentioned. I will.
On SaturdQ 3d day of March, 1872,
Si peso for sale, in front of the eor.rt-house
uor of tha Second Chancery Court of Shelby
eosinty.la thecityof Memphis, Tenn. .between
legal hours, at public outcry, to the highest
bidder, for cash, the following described real
estate, to-witi Kange 8, section 2, ef the
eleventh surveyor's district, more fully knows
aa part of lot No. 19. of T. Parran's subdivl.
Ion. beginning at the south west corner of said '
lot No. If. a stake, from which north 24- ear",
and 20 links, aa elm marked B; theace aw .,u
10 chains and 56 links to a stake in thew .'.
rh naw K.l.i.k .n.,i . ,k.n .ilk ABleT
ter ef the said road south (W east 3 e . ;j.cj
81 links to a stake) the.ee west "5
SO links to the beginaiag, (J??fnl.,fnD1i
acres of ground, together wt ,5.,n,'",1. 1"
''fiUepTritrt'"' . deed of
A eli 1 "ll only as trustee,
d V'"-A- .AM RAISER, Trustee.
' Franh Cohn 1 Before John Bpelman, Jus-
Wv tf'j, , f ,i" of th Peace for
. J. btoddard.J Shelby county.
AFFIDAVIT WAVING BEEN MADE
A before me. and bond given as required
by law in attachment causes, that the defend
ant is a nou-renitient of the State of Tennes
see, aad aa attachment issued and returned,
levied, etc.. cn the property of the defendant
by the proper officer, ths defendant will take
notice that this rau-e is set for trial before
sne, or sutae ether Justice of the Peace for
Shelby county, at my iSi-t In Memphis, en
batarday, the 16th day ef March, 1872. at 10
o'clock a.m.; the defendant will take notice
aad sous into court and defend said eaase.
or the tame will be tskea as confessed and
tried ex-parte; and that tbts notice be pub
lished nae a week for rear sneeessive weeks
la the PuMie Ledger, a newspaper published
la the city ef Men i his.
j'jii iFELMArr, j. p.,
February 19. 1872. Shelby county.
, H T ATEMENT
. y . . A . - .......
I ;i m,..'i , I . I .1. v i. 9
1 il'.n 1 1:,: 1.. t! : 1 .: : -,i
THE MUTUAL LIFE
. 1 i-
. OE NJEW-, "YORK,
y.i(H. . . ' 144 and 146 Broadway, .
For the Year - Ending
Net Assets, January 1, 1871..,,,- -
Receipts during the yeart
U . For Premiums
' For Interest and Rents......
, it .:-,.J I ' . -.1
,w i s i . f
r ' J? . . 1 . t'f
TO POMOY-HOLDBBS! ,
, For Claims bv Death
.. ...For liividends..... .. 3,365,496 12 "
Fer Annuities, Matured Endowments, and sur
rendered Poli.ies................. 1,377,565 41 $7,458,800 97
For Commission, to Agents........"....,... .., 694,476 53
.J- tot Office and Law ixpenses 619,022 6 1,113,499 19
TllMt . . -
Amount paid to the different States M 111,191 00 8,0(3,491 1G
1. Bonds and Mortgages on nronartv vnrth
2. United States Stocks.. M...M,.....,. .
3. New York State and City Stocks.,.. ...
4. New V ork State Town Hnnila
5. Real Estate ZZJZ.
6. Cash in Banks and Trust Companies at Interest-. .........
t. saiance uuc irom Agents..
..... MM... M.M.....M.
A.TT - . ';
TlafnprAH K.ml.Aitnn.l ... ft...- I. Ti I
x i.iuiuuji lu ouurse oi transmission
maraet vaiue oi otocas in exoesa of cost.
Qroaa Aaaeta, Decsiahsr Slat, 1871.,
From ths forerolne It will ha Ih. ,.
lug ratios to the Receipts of the year:
" Paid to Polley-Holders........:....... 47.9 per cent, of Receipts.
4 lor SPaBS... .. -... 7.1
Paid for Taxes..... 1 " "
The ratio of expenses Is less than in any former year during the history of the Coiopany.
The Assets are appropriated aa. fVll(Ve
Gross Assets, January 1, 1872 .
Reserve for all Policies in foroe.....
Claims bv Death not vet dua.
Post-mortem Dividends, due on derand".
Premiums paid in advance .
Surplus aoorhed on Tontine bivi .dend'p"olloles"
Surplus over cil liabiUKet ! ' ' ,
Dividend of January 1 , i87..................
Undivided SunI s.'
The ResarvjM - ,t a , j . : .r
ora'nA t",r,,A'jerican Table of Mortality, and four per cent.. interest.
pany u oa is of 1872 eon8id''a'ly larger than any previous distribution by this Com-
- ,:Tjf. 'sims bVDeathkdurrrgthe year 1871 were a fraction lesathao seventy-eight per
oent sum prodioUd by the Company's Table of Mortality.
Pafjcies issaed and restored during the year
Tk. . i i . - ... mui iw.l ....... tk.. I. 1U70
.'nllni.. 1. f. 1 i in "
J , .IVIU,HUH A, ,u ! .
Annuities (Ai.nual)..... ...... ....
, Total ..........
H. A. LITTLETON & CO., Agents,
No. JE2 MtaxHtioi. Htront.
MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK
CHANGE OV TIME.
COMMENCING THT JRSDAY. JANUARY
25tb, 1872, and uat II further notice, trains
will run as follows ( dundava excepted):
Leave Memphis, dail- . ..7 .00 a.m
Laava Hnn.fi. I, I .1.1 I """ t .rrfl a m
Arrive at 11 untersvil' ie d'aTly..'Zl.. 8r30 P-m
Arrive as x,iiiie noc g. daily... 7 :y Pm
t?" !' .mempnis, aaiiy.t :jv
lerryeoat will t fwt ef Union st.vet
promptly at 7ibt a. m.' ,
EBHOBE, Oen'l Sup'L,
MEMPHIS AND LCOISYILUi'
Hlnrr Qicltdnle-XoT. 13tlu
org ax press, aaiiy..
1:30 p. m
Br vill. a ua ntmiulAtlftB laavac
. , . . w .1 VV . . j
any tbuaday a xoepiatai..- ...
ELEOANT RLEKVINa CARS WILL RUN
through to Nash ville.St. LouU aad Loais
villeon tha 1:30 p.m. train daily. The 4:15
a.m. and 4:15 p.m trains do not rnn on
aw For t tckets and other Information apply
at Ticket See. No. 7H Main street,
77f J. F. BOYD, bupwinteadent.
IiOt&Tor Sale in Ma City,
I a. f Iland, WewYork.
JD A CITY IS SITUATEID ON LONG 19
land 35 miles from lVtew York -th!
ot,g ttland railroad running centrally
thr ouch .loetaiy. a.oi m.r. a. a:Wm
r.- ..i in ..l. n. tha following urmsl rilty
do liars eevch. on a credit of us rea,Pr-
oui la tea aauuai innioi..iT w
year e "aa let. lb ,?wS',?lilJ.
li ....... a aall ta the Ken tnera
rnT. .KairortB. 1CU. Sy 1M. 0.t
above ter. without tnuirsuit. The .'taei
Rives' BriH. is now in prwiesa ef eonstr mo
whio'a New 'a u siUiated. wiU Long 1 s-
," , . , i
Ti its is a anA Opponuniiy ior any perao. .
,f. ? wuntrv ta invest small sams
.k7""i.0': of ties. lots. Terms are
4Ksa t-sBBByh nf sx,ll. Profwartf
on to" Island w, "U rapidly increase la value
" .! V Kast Riv "' K-il,rl'.nd
U r a L. - . Af 1 !. Amst D (MDa a
.n .nnon .rr!icaii.,n being
.... .....wnngpi,, v.VTIlVi;
mads to in.
' wi.onding Secretary,
n ie. Is Madiaoa street.
sropeny m perfect in me, s .ad t .T.Vanraaaat
ment ami maps publiskad rre V,.P
! val je aad attractions i ,f ihe j 'fvpcon
A OA ' T
J.U of leu should be addV . if. l5V,d'
tame, Corre-pondlng Secret. V .iu.Vo tha
-T-i A..ph. Ten. . 1 l!!.
. , ''
December 31st, 1871.
2.W8.661 68- 15,&e5,&44 77
mnr than dnurila t.lia sum loaned..
.... s.au.ius 7&
.... 1,000,0(0 w
.... 1,089,863 8
.... 3,306,01 60
.... 115,273 04
$ 612,730 03
.... 1.122,442 86
uv. ta kaa. tha fulloW-
... 10,259,356 45 if
... 370.543 96
8.197 22-. 47.68256 62
...... .1.,.n,ln,t h . ...Ullm valiiatlnn ac.
Cures all diaeaeea caused
by self-abnBO, via : aperma-
tArrhea. Seminal Weak-
Back, Ihmnef o Vision,
. neree. to....,,
-aw wraw,lwi - 7 -
t itl'V. Consumption, ana su
fu that follow as a
icquenoo oi youthfo 1 indiacTetions.
aarTMs medicine h St
tioe for many years . and with thonsands
treated, it tBWlJ
AW Each cackaire of VegetabU Vurt Is
wrledtt&S ne Wf'Stith
Sagar-coatod Pills, an 1 onavial of M a dtca M
rowdora, auflioient to l nako one-half pint ol
Or Hn ut uiau o
am O rgant, luch at Jnomti--tZaH
if Urine, Inflammation
af the j madder, Inflammation
Eladdt, ;8trUurt,0 ravel,
Ooaoi tAojo, GUt,andit
erpeciaS V recommended Jur
Ft,tor Ai Via (of WAtlcs.)
sW Ei t-eh packaea of
Vegetable I'fmedy i
wrapped ia dark .awBincilNl
paper and V ta ld 1,'.t"
tVra, and w ntaina on feot ti
. - . ... . J : . I Diwrl.r. Blltll-
and ouo viai wim juruw - j
cient to make one pint t ejection ; and on
i a - . wArflantTT ClH.
J'k Jfuuff VZ'JiZrieM by ail
DruggiaU, or sent by m ail
' The "TffetablerTrT" tnA " itUW4)
It Kurd T are er Id b f rpeponail DrupiaU
everywhere ; some .dvalera, bow war try to
aeU cheap and w.j he eomputuVls plsee
of theee.la ot&J o make mora roney
not deceived, wht for these $5, IwUon,
and take no oiVer. ; If the dealers do not
keep them, wrdoee the money in a Jotter ana
we will eenil thewa by return mail.
Lailiea or (fiats emen writing f"r troBHncnt,
will state their aj mptoma in laU ! tbrr need
not heeutase oa coooant ot their inatsUity to
. . i , .. A aiwaa.
' visu oa, a. we mi e umw. "." , ,
folly in all purtaons of the continent tJ
ar vt o ucsire en imtmi vim .... ' - - - r-n-
pamphlet, entitled "Baa and Wasnaa as
iBysJads," to every ;feaoeroiuiiapapw.
address with Btamj i to pay return postage,
and audreea as fulion ge t
St. Urns Mssaa as. asaocunoa,
. t SIT soars am ia araaws,
Baist lrfeie. IfisacrsL
7 1 IV S,
IS adteorn Bl.,tlosKaitv
uj-ij JAl AjBltti