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Office. No. 18 MaiMso BUSINESS HOUSES. TAVIDS. C. P.. DEALER IN FUKNI- AJlure, MattreBses Bedding, Mosquito Mara, . eto., 34 Secondsireei. 101 raOWMAN. C. H.. MACHINIST. AND 15 Scale Factor, VU Main atreet. gpeoial attention given to repairing aoaiea D ICKINSON, WILLIAMS 4 CO., COTTON r actors, rrom street. t E VI MONS A BON. BOOKS, STATIONERY, Magatines.etc, w jenerson ano w "" 'ISI1KR. A1WI8 A CO.. MARBLE-WORKS and tf)n rirxi enr n. inn nr.-.tii -" RAILROAD TIME TABLES. MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK RAILROAD Arrive!. Leaves. Memphis... jpohem ... u ..,.. ...,;n. Littla Hock ferryboat will leave wharfboat, foot Union street, daily, at 7.00 a.m. . MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD A.M. r.M. Mill... . Er press "J3 Train to Mobile Soinervillo Acoommod n H.45 A.M. r.M 11.15 6.00 6.00 4.30 Express train does not run on Sunday. ! Ticket Office, 278 Main street, corner of South Court. .. . ; M . MEMPHIS AND &0UWVJJfJU1iTAJ)' , r.M. A.M. r.M. 4.15 1.S0 4.15 f) Express 2.30 Now York Express 130 8.45 Browneville Acoorn n The Brownsville Accommodation leaves at 4-15 p.m. daily, excpt Sunday. Depot at headof Main street. . Ticket Office, ZSIX Main treat, on door torthof Jeflereoa. j MISSISSIPPI AND TBNNS8SEK R. R Arrives. Leaves. a.m. r.M. N. 0. Mall(dally) 3.t0 Bfpresr. ." ....... .0O Jreivht t.lally ex. Sunday) 4.00 A.M. r.M. a.io 4.15 6.ao Deoot at foot of Main street. T?oVat Offiea. 37H Main street, on door lorth of Jefferson. fa1 Pnp't.- MEHriHS FOSTOFFICE. , Ornoi Hocat Tom I a . j. to r.M. i Bosdat. u MBy.oM to 10 a.m. S 1 Cloeea. Arrives. a.m. I r.M. a.m. i r.M. 11.50 11.60 4.30 J Memphis A Ohio R. R. 3.90 13.15 t u ( iwiee iany. 8.30 Memphis Lnaneeuiu R. R. I'aiiy Mississippi A Tennaf- U.50 ee H. K. uai Monaphia A Little Daily. Roo R. K.-Diiy. Misa.river to Helena A Friar'a P't daily. Vicksburjr(tri-weekly) Mon.,Thurs.,Sat. Mia. riTer te St.Loula Mon. and Thura. White River Semi Weekly Tuoa. A Sat. Ark 'a river, tri-weekly Mon., Wed. A Friday. Marlon (tri-weekly) Mon., Wed..Fri. Cuba, Tennessee weekly Friday. ByhaliaAOlive Branch Toes, and Fri. I s s 8 6 10 t 9 9 9 10 10 11.30 $.25 M AMOleaC DIKfcCTOBT. Booth MiMrais. No US-tneeta 2d Friday In eaoh month-hall corner Madion and Sec ond W 8. Matthews. W. M. Ben K. Pol len. Secretary ,... 1., UA.J., I. AVOIR", ' . . ;v ,, , .. ' every month, at Odd Follows' nH corner ilourt ana Main. v. m- vauum . Beamiah, Secretary. j Lulu Scott. No fcS9 meota lat Thuraday of each month-hall comer V ndion nd Sec coZ I R7 Sturm. W. M. : M. Hochatadter, DkSoto. No 299-meeta 3d Friday of ae. .-tknn P.llnw.' Ha . R C William on. W. M. ; R. W Shelton. Secretary. . Ktlwikhiiio. No 3H meeta 4th Friday of each month-at S.nth Memphia Uall, enrner of Mdioo and Second W B. Richardet, W. M.t LouiaCtpki. Secreury. Pmk CHrr. No. 22 met2d Monday of j ah month O'ld reiiows- nan. u n. vr- . roll M E H r.; B v Levy, noeratary MiMPHia CHrrB. No s-maeu at Odd Fellow.' Hall.Sd Mond .yof each . month . B. Wattnewa, K. a. - " " Secreury. ivn , M . Ect FSSRiFviniZ h'.h1 MDndB7 Fonter, Ta. III.: C. H. Myers, Kec. Cti CoMMinniav. Nn.'4-ineetf 4th Mob- J'Batw. Ge- UMmh-Cm ' T- Cii.viEvCPT?or BoOFo!t. lth, No. t o. o. F. DIRElTVRT. "rer-., 1. iV.'.'t Odd Fellows' Hall, aorner Main and North day. A J. " an, . V. U.: Jno. W. Wayneeburg. Secretary ; . j.' Risk, Treasurer. ' Caicx.eaw Lonos. No 8 meeti every Men day night. Leon Uvy. N. O. ; D. Schlose, V. j i A Holt. Secretary; H. D. CoBsell, Sr-Hiu.ri Low. No. lW-meeU every Wed- BMday nirht. Jnaephlhl. N. H. Gro- paaer. V. O.; J A. (ironauer. beoretary; J. fi U. cVfamidt, TraMnrer. I gefamidt, Treaanrer. - .- I r.... lAtoat. No.l7-meetaevery Friday I & JkMrWr.Ury: J. S. WilkU.: r . Mnriu DBoaai Looot No. 3 meats lat Ratarday of each month. . H. Moyalon. " M B Binrhaiu, I. D. M.i J. E. ho- MB. A.D.M.: T.S.Jahaa.BaeratarF; Lood Trajurer. Rctm Lonoi. No. 1 dhu4ib Thursday of ach month at 3 p.m. Thomai Bjpoo, N . Or s ra R. L. Uruontea, V. it.; Mr. W. L. MoUfraah. Seeretary IC1XPXIITTO. Oatoo ErMrmiiT, Ko. 3 mee'a on the t and 3d Tharaday nihta of evh month. Juhn Linkhauer.C. P. J John Gordon, H. P.; W. H. Moyton. S. W. t K. F. Alexander, J. W.: Thoa. Bacon. IWibe. MivrHia KrrT, No. 39 meeti 2d and 4thTharday nifhu of each month. T. B. Jukee. C. P. T. S. B'nrm,. H- V.i J. H. Wayne'burr. H W. j A. W. Newaom, J. W.: J. F. Fiaehar. tSarlba. ' Tr-tJIOMTM r PTIIIA. TSKaB Ixidos No. 5-Meela ' : I .LLt , i a r. a every neaorpu? uii" . . ' . , Commandery Hall. N o. 204 Front atraat. W. H Moyaton. V. P. : T. S J".W- - Kaiaell V 'C ; W.U. Mnler, B.;K. K. Jack, F.S.sH. ll. Coleman, K 8 MiarHis Lodoi No 6-Mecta every Tuae day nisht at Druil Hall. No. XiH South Court nrert. 1. McOall. V. P : U. 8. Kyynolda. W.C.; A. J. Mndarvey. V. 0.) C. LeC'lere, B. ; W. Horsan. F.8.; C. H. Pomeroy. H, B. TTailtaal Ameleat Order f Draalda. Tiaaii Obovi. No. 1. U. A. O. D. . meeta at the liruid Hall. No. 37 South Court atreet. an tbe let and 3d Taeaday eveninta ia each month. J. ti. Ueihvera, N. A.; J. Beebler, V. A.; F. W. Buumrbaaj, becre taryt John L. Ki hbertr. Treaaurer. M aim' tiaovB. No. i meeta at the Druid Hall. 37 Court atreet. every 1 hurt Jay eveninz. Wa. M. Loeb. N.A.; U. Oertel. V. A.; J. P. Snide, Secretary: Barney Uray, Treasurer. CLiAKTBa Ubovi, No. S meet at the Irnid Ball, SI Court atreet, on the lat and M Mon day evening in each month. A. F. Devi. N. A.; Oaorre W. Baiter. V. A.; M. Bren, beeretary; Martin Cohen, Treaturer. Cukoobdia S. A. CBAMitB, No. 1 meet at the Druid Uall, on the 2d and 4th Tueeday veninra in each month. J Beehier, K. 6. A. I INSURANCE. MASONIC MUTUAIa Life Assurance Association, So. 834 Front tifreet, KayiollaZiock, eor. Cbiob atreet, Bp stain S12 foeJ.Vl J-SStai-ftwISSTri . l - ..L.....,Mnlm rvkr.t eaaally , A.M. P.M. A.. r.M. .. 6.40 7.10 ... 5.4ft) ' .;;.... e.soi of j, v... v- b af a eae-bar. when job will be aa- v tll FACTS AND FANCIES. Dr. Dollinger i seveuty-three. Tk. " !." of the burelar " I know a bank." Connecticotterg re using froxen cod fish for bootiackg. , 8even thousand women belong to German International. the Trenton, New Jersey, has the largest circular saw in the world. Croauet hag now been put under the ban by Westernjilergymen. Some one significantly define war ai being murder set to music. N.rlv one-third of the entire popula tion of Long Island are spiritualists. Georze Parsons, a Pittsburgor, thirty nine years of age, is cutting an entire new set of teeth. Tha famous soring at Tuscumbia, Alabama, discharges 17,724 cubic feet of water per minutes. Th o-re&t bell on the tower of Notre Dame. Montreal, is the largest and heaviest on the continent. The Chicaeo Post aays that Tweed ex pects to go to Saturn when te dies, so that he can join one of the rings. It was a happr coincidence the choice of Messrs. Barefoot and Shoe maker on the same Western jury. The total number of cartridges fired by the Germans in the late war is said to have been 25,000,008, or about 30 per man. When oDDOsite neighbors quarrel, they can never come to a proper understand ing, because they argue from different premises., The man who haz got into the habit of never making enny blunders iz alto gether too good to live in this world.' Billingt. Virtue will catch as well as vice by contacts; and the public stock of hon est, manly principle will daily accumu late. Burke. It is 314 vears since the first embassy went from Russia to England. The voy age between the two countries occupied four months. A Frisco man bouelit an old trunk for six bits, and fouBd in it several moss agates worth $75, and an amethyst val ued at 1200. , Rriirandaze in Greece is laid to be worse than ever, and that it is dangerous for a person to go a thousand paces out of Athens without an escort. Women, under the name of "assistant pastors," do pastoral and missionary work for several of the St. Louis churches, and receive compensation therefor. A cautious old bachelor, who knowg that the present is Leap Year, says, "If vou meet a young lady who is not very shy, yon had better be a little shy yourself. The Havanese have not seen an aurora for thirtv-seven vears, and when they had one the other night, they thought it was the dawn of the judgment day, and all flocked to church. Th Uwvera' fees in the notorious Tichborne case amount to 1600,000. The jurymen were paid five dollars a day, nd for the 103 days during wtiicn uie j- tr;tti lttsteJ received t180 fell down shortly afterward, have been sent to jail for eighteen months, as a punishment for their negligence. Feejian epicureanism has been exer- -u ,f : tome Enelish SkViors. and John Bull will send out ome seasoning in the shape of powder and ball for these omniverous Islanders. All save one of Queen ictoria s la ies in waiting are widows, her choice nee Prince Albert died. They receive iffht hundred nounds Der annum, and are widows of deceased peers. Maids of honor are another class, The Enelith have been unfortunate in , " it matter of iron war vessels, but have nallv rnnicd oar monitor ttvle. with t. j scarcely a variation, and they launched, o" !n"- "aft which tbey call ik. m...,. It is a great satisfaction to know that f ,,-- . , . the March nf 1772, just a hundred years monA of biKB wiod, and ago, was a month of high winds and severely cold weather. We have but an indistinct recollection of the month our self- and our almanac for 1872 docHn't tay anything about it. "What is the principal business car ried on in this place?" asked a traveler of a person in a village. " Tha manu facture of ready-made clothing," was the reply. "You are a queer set to spend your time in the manufacture of what it already made," said the traveler. Chirfiffo item, from the Times: "A stylish-looking lady sat in one of tie frost windows of the Madison-street House on yesterday afternoon, flirting her handkerchief. Forty-seven ' thor oughbreds ' stood on be oppoait.-. side of the street, each one fondly imagining he wat the lovely biped for whom she sighed. One bold, bad man ventured up stairs and knocked at her door. Her husband, who was lying on the sofa, got up and opened it. Subsequently the b., b. m. wat ' swept up,' and his remains will be buried to-day." Eome is in ecstacies over a new ballet on the subject of the "Divine Corn media! " A dancing Dante it the hero. Frederic Barbarossa it represented with a heavy black beard running away from the Italian hallerini. Dante appears, gesticulating wildly, and- Virgil enters and feelt hit pnlse. Then, after being joined by Homer, the trio dance a fan dango in the Elysian Fields. In purga tory Dante meets Beatrice, who, in a rv rirketv conveyance, carries him off to the Tm"o eterno. The last scene diarnvera Italy bound in chains: at the sound of Garibaldi's hymn her fetters "n off. Dant.ru.het forward to bless I .1 1 J,l' 1. . i per ine auuience snrieas who ueiiKni, ' . , " on1 tl. Ai,lain r..TTa The ladies of Alaska are said to wear a hnrlv lresi of eo.ua! proportion of furg and dirt, arransod to auit the taste of the wearers. The married ladies all man eilvor rinffa in their noses and needles through their lower lips, while elderly ladieg add to tbeit irresistible charms a " stopper," whatever that may be, in the upper lip. Preveat Clerical fecaadalit. p.on, ih K York Werld.l There is no necessity for a clergyman o- vinir nnvate interviews to lema parishioners or other women, either . l, nf hi a church, his studv lug , vovi j . .. , ,7, . , borne, or any other place. If ho had roaunnahle sense of delicacy, he wou -i it nnrln, an n! roil m nt anrPH never uu iv - w.. Private conferences witb unattended women in the solitude of a churcn edi fice, vestry or library, are inexcusable ...... r.t :nri,donA Th pnnacinus rec- i n ui i in " - titudn of his own intentions cannot jus tify tbem, for he has no right to expose either himself or his sacred profession it tliti lidAnuA nf evil tnnoues. More over, he should distrust the prudence, i not the innocence, ot a woman, so waui :n ;M tka inctinntlVA ffpli HRC: V and 86031 tive honor which beautify her sex, as to seek interviews wun mm aione, uuac companied with any friend. He never famalApalla prppnt at home. If he is married, the presence of his wife would protect oom paruesi anu u is uwv . .nnM;VB what a rture woman could wish to sny to her pastor, which she ought to snrinic irom uivuik"k " wife. If the clergyman is unmarried, he, of course, boards in tome respect able houoe, and should receive an unat tended female, not in nis twn room, nui . w, il. man n, rlnr nf thft fflmilT. rPff ret ail turj u Jt. ' - m - " ting the simplicity, when he does not distrust the innocence, oi women wuu call to see him without an attendant. SPECIAL NOTICES. . i Tl.it and Oldest Family Medleine.-Sii- ford't Livtr InvigonUr.A purely Vegetable (Marat and Tonic for Dyspepsia, Constipa tion. Debility, Sick-headache, Bilious At- taoka, and all derangements of Liver, Stomach and Bowela. Ak your Drnggiat for it. linear of imitation!. llS-xvll2es .t.i,ii TTair Dva. This superb hair dya ia the batintke toorid perfectly harmless, nii.hu and inatantaneoua : BO disappoint ment; no ridioulous tints or disagreeable odor. Tha genuine Win. A. Batchelers Hair Dya produce immibiatut a splendid black natural brown, leaves tha hair oleoB, loft. beautiful; does not contain a particle of lead or any injurious oom pound. Bold oy au am-. giiu. Factory, IS Bond atreet, new ior. eouZi-aj jv. What BDrine Brinsrg With It.-Begarded from a medical standpoint. Sprint is not tha delectable aeason deaaribed by vernal poeU. in tba contrary. Its yield of intermittent fevers, bilions attacks, rheumatio pains, dis orders of tha stomach, norvous complaints, and pulmonary diseases, is almoat as large ai ita crop of violets, snowdrops and cherry bloaaoms. Tha inviaibla aeeda of innumera ble maladies riae with the morning mists, and are acattarcd broadcast by the vapers of night. Who can reaiat their mephitio in fin ance? Certainly not tha weak by nature, or those whose nervous energies have been over tasked by mental or phyaieal labor, unless they tone and invigorate their syatems, and thua enable them ta cope with tha unhealthy Influences by which they are surrounded. The only medicinal agent by which this ob ject can be rapidly and aafely acoompliahed. ta the great vegetable renovant and invlgo rant, Hoatctter's Stomach Bitters. Tha ope ration of this celebrated apeciflo ia four-fold. It atrengthens the diteitive organs, regulates the seoretions, improve the condition of tha blood, anperinducee a regular habit of body, and thereby imparts such vie r and elasticity to the whale phyaieal structure, as to render it capable of reaisting tha action of tha poiaonoaa miasma, with which tha spring at moaphere ia alwaya to some extent impreg nated. Here, then, is a ready and certain meana of eacapins the disorders prevalent at thia ataaon, or (if they have already fastened upon the eystem) of conquering them speedily and thoroughly. The flavor of the medicine ia not of much conaequence, p.ovided it does its work properly, but of Hostettsr's Bitters it may be fairly said, that they effect a cure without outraging the patient's sense of Uata. i , MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. IVo. 275 Main Street, norms, Tixir. 14-01 COTTON TIES. ARROW COTTON TIES. E. C.M0COMU, , General Traveling Agent For tba mau-'-c.-yre. J. J. McCOMB, Liverpool, England. Offi removed to Orgill Bros. A Co., corner of M'lnrf and rnnt atr.M. zi -4h LEGAL. Attachment Notice. C. W. Duvain Before S A. Moore, a Justice va. V ol the Peace for (Shelby L. Krofadale.J eoaaiy, lanaaaaea. TUB PLAINTIFF. C. W. DUVALL. IN the above entitled cause, having made atEdavit that tbe defendant is iuatly indebted to him in the aum of tiii 06, due by accoaat, aad that aaid defendant ia a aoa-reaident of the Stale of Tenneesee. and ia about frauda lently to dispose of his property, and having pravd a writ of attachment on aaid groands, and the attachment havinjr beea teued and returned by the proper emcer levied on de ttudant'a property; it is therefore ordered that the aaid defendant, L. Kmtsdale, ap pear at my office in tha city af Memphia, fenneasee, on Tuesday, the 7th day of My, at 10 o'clock a.m., and defend aaid suit or the same will be preoeeded with as-pert. It ia further ordered that a copy of tbia notio be publirbed once a week for four successive weeks in the Memphia Piblic I, mil a. n-&-if-V B. A. MOO KB. J. P. Attachment Aotloe. Roiin, Btldan 4 Co.,") Before B. A. Moore. va. Justice of tha Peace J. E. O'Hara. ) for Shelby county. AFFIDAVIT HAVISd EEES MADK 1 before me, and bond riven aa reuuirad by law in attachment raunes, that tbe defend ant ia a noo-rwi.leot of the Htata tf Ten a ca se, and an attauhment issued and returned, levied, eu . ea the property of the defendant by the proper officer, the defendant will take aotioe that this cause is set fur trial before me, or some other Justice of the Peace for tfbelby county, at my efioe la Memphis, on Saturday, the 4th day of May, at lf o clock a.m. ; the defendant will take aotioe and coma into eourt and defend said cause, or the same will be taken aa eunteesed and tried ei-parte; and tbat tbia notice he pub lished once a week lor four aucceasive weeka in the Public Ledeer. a newspaper published in the city of Hemphia. 8. A.ldO'lPK. J. P.. March Jff, 1S7J. bhelby county. 23-iS U-tO WEEKUY PUBLIC LEDGER. A 36-Column Journal. The WeeJily PUDLIC LEDGER! PCBLI8HED EVEBT TUESDAY MORNING, $2 Per Annum! -' 1 I ' I . .'.1 i I.' I . Till- BEI3X . ' . '1 . t i NEWS. LITERARY, Miscellaneous Journal In Tennessee Onr Commerciai, Haws. MUoellaneous and Local dapartmanU will be kept npta the high est standard of approved Journalism, endeav oring to pleas all tastes and to Interest all Readers, Thus maklnc the Wsiilt Lsoasa a wel- ema, pleasing and Interesting FIRESIDE VISITOR AND FAMILY COMPANION! la every section ot the State and throughout tha South. Plainly printed. superior paper, with a large and Increasing eireniation. ADVERTISERS Cannot fall to sea the anrlvaJad induceaenu offered by as la tha way ot oaaap and proit abl advertise Ma ta. Terms of s9.erlptloni $2 perA-Hum, InTarlaily In ATnoi ST Spwluea eopie Ball, free. Rates of AdvertlBlnsf 1 tl 00 ear I a Bar for Tint IaHrtlaa. K)s l-bsMBtBtlBaortiem. An eommu-iea-OBa shoH be ad E.fTHITl0KE,PbHerii4 frop 1 yiadlMS t.,HeHrsl. LECAL. . . , : . . Wo. 621.J lit the First Chancery Court of Shelby County, Tenn. Ed. J.Taylor and Wm. C. Rutland, 1 ,1 ' Firm of Taylor A Rutland, I F. M. Bimpaon and B. T. Hurt, I ' Firm of Simpaon A Hurt. I TT APPKARINO FROM AFFIDAVIT IN J. this cause that the defendants, F. M. Kim.,...n , n T. Unrt. are nen-resideuU of the State of Tennessee and residents of tbe State of Mississippi, end tnai aiuouoieni, laauea In this cause has been auiy lovicu upua ti.ir.Hirt in th k-iidfl of the Plan tare and Hernando Inauranoe Companies of Mem puis to satisfy a debt due Uayior nuiianu of M518 3, with interest theroon from 12th day of January, 1872; it is therefore ordered that they make their appearance herein at the oourt-houae in the oity of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before tha first Monday in May. 1872, and plead, anawer or demur to eoaiplainanta' bill, or tha same will be taken fur confessed as to them and set for hearing ez parte: and that a eopy of this order be published oace a week, for four sue oeaaire weeks, in the Memphia Public Ledger. EDMUND A. CO-K. Clerk and Master.! By R. J. Black, Deputy Clerk and Master. A oopy Attest: Humes A Poston, solicitors for complain snts. 12-1 ii-JO . AtUacbuieut Notice. Mark Cohn ' ") Before John Spelman, Jus va. tice of tbe Peace tor Shelby Amoa Dunoan. ) oounty. AFFIDAVIT HAVING BEEN MADE BE fore John Spelman, Justice of the Peace for tha oounty of Hielby and Stale of Tennea aee, for attauhment, and the same having been returned, levied, eto., it ia therefore ordered that publication be made in the Memphis Public Lkdukr, a newspaper published in the oity of Memphis, in aaid State, for four suc cessive weeks, commanding the said Amos Dunoan, a non-resident of tne State of Ten nesaee, to appear before me, at my office, in th. citv nf Memnhia. on Saturday, the 20th day of April, 1,2, at 10 o'clock a.m., and make defense to said salt against min, or 11 will be prooeeded with ex-narte. . JOHN SPELMAN, ' ' Justice of tha Peace for Shelby county. March 27, 187J. 23-28-34-40 Administrator's Notice. . To tha Creditors of the Estate of John Inge : HAVING SUGGESTED THE INSOL vency of the estate of John Inge to the Clerk of the County Court of Shelby oounty, I hereby notify all persons having claims against aaid estate to appear before the said County Court Clerk and file the same, authen ticated in tha manner prescribed by law, on or before the 6th day of September, 1872; otherwise tha same will be forever barred. J A MK3 VV. A V till, Adm'r John Inge, deoeased. March 8. 1872. 9 34 No. 4344. R. D. CHANCERY SALE OF REAL ESTATE, Saturday, April 13, 1872. Mary Mori arty, administratrix xofj JJan i Aloriarty, aeceasea, vs. -- D. H. Mariarty at ale. BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE FOR BALE entered in the above entitled cause, I will sell at public aale, to the highest bidder, in front of tha Second Chancery Court-room, on Second street, oity of Memphis. , On Saturday, April 18, 1872, Ithln le1 houra. the following lot of ground, to-wit: situated in Memphis, Craser or Hill and aoaby Streets, hioinnin at tha southest corner of Hill and Mosby streets ; thence eastwardly thirty-eight f feet with tha south line of Moaby street to a stake; thence southwardly and parallel with Hill street one hundred ana iorty-eignt and a half feetato an alley lbH feet wide: thenoe weetwardly with the north Una oi said alley thirty-eight feet to a stake at the corner of aaid alley and Hill street: thence north wardly with tbe aaat line oi mil etroet lour hiinilmd and fortv-eiirht and a half feet to the beginning, being the west part of lot 20 of country lot 611 Tihus or 8aLi One-half eash, and Tbe balance in two equal installments at aiz and twelve months, the purchaser to execute notes with good security, bearing interest; lien re tained to secure the doferred payments March 2U, 1872. M, u. u. craw m, Clerk and Master. P. J. Mulverhill, solioltor for complainant. 18-td Attachment Aotice. A. M. Boyd") Before W. B. Glision. Jnatice i. Y of tha Peace for Shelby J. C. Berry.J oounty, Tenn. AFFIDAVIT HAVING BEEN : MADE and bond given as required by law in attachment causes, and attachment having been iaaued and retured by tbe proper officer, " levied, etc.," the aaid J. C. Berry, defend ant, ia hereby notified to appear btfore me, at my office in the city of Memphia, Tenn.. on Saturday, tha 20th day of April, 1872, at 10 o'clock a. in , and defend said suit or tha same will be set for hearing ex parte: it is further ordered tbat this notice be published once a week, for fourconaeoutive weeks, in the Pub lie Ledger, a newspaper published in tha city of Memphis, Tenn. in testimony whereof I have hereunto aet my hand, thia the 11th day of March. A. D. 1872. . T AtUsA'hiueiit Pk'oticc. Ralph Wormley'A Co.) Before S. A. Moore, VS. f jubiicviii mrv.o. JohnMaroney. J for Shelby county. A TTAC1IMENT HAVING BEEN ISSUEO A In th uhove entitled cause, on tbe grounds that the defendant is a non-residont of the State of Tennessee, and the same haying been returned by tha proper officer, levied, etc., tba defendant ta nereny nounea to ap pear on Friday. April 19. ll72, at 10 a.m., at my office in tbe city of Memphia, and defend thia nation, or the same will be proceeded with ex parte. Tbia notioe will be published in the Public Ledger, a newspaper published in the city of Memphis, once a week for four consec utive weeka. .. . 10-18-22-ZS o. A. nuuao.jhr. Attacliuieut Notice. T.T. JonesACo.") Before 8. A. Moore, a Jus ts, f lice ei toe ioae lur J. VanScraiven.J Shelby county. AFFIDAVIT HAVING BEEN MADE IN the above entitled causa, and attach ment iaaued, on the giounds that the defend ant is a non-resident, er ia about to remove himaelf from the State of Tenneasee, or has fraudulently disposed of or is about to fraudu lently diapoea of hia property; it ia there fore ordered that defendant make hi a ap pearance belore ma, at my office inthoeity of Memphis, Tenn., on Monday, the 22d day of April, 1872, and defend aaid auit. or it will be prooeeded with ax parte; and it ia further ordered tbat thia notice be published once a week for four conaecutiva weeks in the Memphis Public Ledger. lS-19 isV31 B. A. MOORE, J. P. Attacliiueut Notice. Thos. H. Allen A Co,") Before 8. A. Moore, ts. f Jueticeof the Peaoa, Martin Daniel. J Shelby county. AFFIDAVIT HAVING BBEN MADE before 8. A. Moore, Jnatioe-of the Peaoa for tha eounty of Shelby and State of Tennea aee, for attachment, and the same having been, returned, levied, etc., it is therefore ordered k- Ki.ii..iinn h made in the Memphis Public Ledger, a newspaper publi. bed in tha eity of Memphia, ia eaidState. for four auo- ceaaive weeaa, commauwiua ,u, ambjw t . ii - f,nn.riident af tha State of Ten- L aoDear before me at my office, in tha .;,.r M.mnhii. on the 23d day of April. 1872, at 10 a'oloek a.m., and make defense to said suit against mm, or n -iii o prupeeaeu wither parte. ."" . lVI1.27-- .Tn.ttfe nf the Peace. Lots For Sale in Ka City, 1 -ON-Long Inland, IVe-vr Yorl- rni mv TS SITUATED ON LONG IS- 1 land, if) miles from ftevr York eity, tha Eeg IslanJ railroad running centrally through Ida City. Lota there are hereby of fared for aale on the following termat Fifty dollars each, on a oredlt of Un years. Paya ble In Un annual Inetalmeats aay to 00 per year OB Bach lot. The parties owning the 1 1 nPAnjrtv nrrnnse to aell to the Southern peop'i ona-hal of the ioU. say f '). on the .hn.a terms, without interest. Tba Eaet River Bridire is bow in p foveas of eonatruo tion, eonuecting Manhattan Island, p;B which 'ew York Is sitoaej, wuh Long Is- ''la'is is a good opportunity for any person ol thia aection of country to invest small suma ia the purchase of these lota. Terma are . .. -ithiu tha reach of all. Property oa Long Island will rapidly increase in value as soon as Kaat River Bridge ia completed. Mp of tbe City of Ida can be seen, aa full information arvep.u in apr'1?""," b,lB i sing jad,e o riTT:loTAlMi. responding Secretary, Ji. la Madiaoa street. v c5Xitr. ALL LETTERS ANU iyi. j!wa t. ta ne. Corresponding Secretary. No. I Madi- on i street. Wcaphis, Tenn. The title to tha ..-.party ia perfect In me, and the advartUe- meat and maps publi.hed rr'ruf represent the valne and atUfcotions of the nlsce. th'" " avuaoiiD -JM50H STATEMENT OJP THE CONDITION ' ; . v ' A -.: SI. ,. ' i : OF THE LiiSSOUni VALLEY LIFE ;SUnAE!GE GO. Oa the 31st day of December, 1S71. ' - r-Z ''' '":'' f. ' . ' i 0 -.V,,. ".r;- The name of tbe Company lg Mlssenrl Tallef Life Insurance Company. It li located In Leavenworth, in the State of Kansas I Tta amouat af Its Capital atak ta .....4B1,000 OO Tba) smonsl oflta Capital Stack paid tap la.....-.....u.......u,.f451,000 OO THE ASSETS OF TUB COHPAHT ABE AS rOLLOWSi Cash'on hand and in tha hands of Agents or other persons, Heal Estate unincumbered ;............. Bonds owned by the Company, to-wit: Leavenworth County Bonds School Bonds, District No. 11 School Bonda, Diatrict No. 47.. Leavenworth City Scrip......... Par value. w .u - Market value Leans on personal aamirltlea, approved by the Board of Directors Loans on Bond and Mortgage, being Brat lien on unincumbered Heal Estate, , worth double the amount loaned-,........,....... MM Debts otherwiae secured .'. Due for premiuma in prooess of.coliaotion (less ueierreu pivuiiuiua-. .....mm. Interest due and accrued All other securities ..........-.... Total Assets LIABILITIES! Amount due for salaries, rents, eto. ....., Dividends due policy holders . . Liosses unadjusted. ' Total Liabilitias...l.:..r..:..'........;..i The greatest amount insured in any one risk The greatest amount allowed by tbo rules of one oity, town or village The greatest amount allowed to ba insured in STATE OF KANSAS, , , j . . t , .. . . Countt or Lbvsnwohth. " ' ''" " . I f D. M. SWAN, Vioe President, and J. I. JONES, Assistant Secretary of the Misaourl Valley Life Insurance Company of Leavenworth, Kansas, being duly sworn, depose and aay that the forenQiDg is a full, true, and eorrect statement of the affairs of the suiil Company : that the said Inaurnace Company ia the bona fide owner of at least One Hundred Thousand Dollars of actual eash capital, invested in State and United States Stocks and Bonds, or in Bonds and Mortgages of Ileal Estate, unincumbered and worth double the amount for which the same ' is mortgaged ; and that they are tho above described officers of said Insurance Company, -. . . ; , , , , t - D. M. SWAN, Vioe President. ; . J. I. JONES, Assistant Seoretary. Subscribed and sworn to before ma this 8th day of March, 1872. ... ' i , CUAo. MONROE. Notary Public. STATE OF KANSAS, jl . ,: i; I, JULIUS HANG, Clerk of the District Court of tha First Judicial District of the State of Kansas, do hereby certify that Charles Monroe, whose name is appended to the foregoing deposition, was, on the data thereof, a Notary Public in and for the oounty ot Leavenwo.th, and State of Kansas, duly authorised to administer oaths for general purposes; and that I am well acquainted with the handwriting of tha said Charles Monroe, and verily believe that the signatures to said deposition are genuine. IN TESTIMONY WHKKKOF. I have hereunto ant mv hand and affirml -il IhiaQth day of March, 1872. - JULIUS HANG. Clerk of tha District Court of the First Judicial Distriot of tha State of Kansas, In and tor eavonwonu county. . r . . r.. " '.. 4 . h KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS. ' That the Missouri Vallav Lit. Tnanran Company of Leavenworth, Kansas, do hereby authorise any and all Agents that said Com pany has, or may hereafter have or appoint, in the State of Tennessee, for and on behalf of said Crmpany, to accept and acknowledge serviee of all prooess, whether mense or final, in any action or proceeding against said Company ia any of the Courts of aaid State of Tennessee; and it is hereby admitted and agreed that such service of the process aforesaid shall be taken acd held to be valid and suffioient in that behalf, the same as if eerved upon said Company according to the iawa and practice of said State, or of any other'Btate; and all claims or right of error by reason of the manner of such service Is hereby expressly waived and relinquished. WITVI? ...... U n .1 . 1 r.t .. . 1. u.u .1 .. . 1 u u j. A, uuu v u, nuu u u vui ct vi m . , STATE OF KANSAS. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT,! TtaPEKA, March 4. 1872. I. W. C. WEBB. Superintendent of Insurance of the State of Kansas, do herebv nartifv that I have caused the policies of tbe Missouri Valley Life Insurance Company, of Leaven worth. Kansas, outstanding on the Slst day of Deoember.1871. to ba valued aoeordinr to the American Experience Table of Mortality, at the net value ot earn rouoies ana aaaitione thereto on tba Slat day or December, J71, Tbree Hundred and Twenty Thousand Five Hundred and Nineteen Dollars and Eighty-eight Cents tt0.519 88.) . I aiao hereby certify that said valuation was made in accordance with tha nrovisions of Chapter 93, Laws of Kansas, approved March Ana 1 farther oertily that the aaid Aliasourt Valley litre lnsnranca Company has been and now is authorised to transact the businesa of Life Inauranee in the State of Kansas. In witness whereof. I have hereunto subscribed my name and oaused my Ouicial Seal to ba affixed, at Topeka the day and year first above I. ED. R. PENNEBAKER. Comptroller Miaaouri Valley Life Inauranoe Company, located at Leavenworth, in the State of Kansas, has prnuuoed to me aatistactory evidence tnat Saul company has complied witn all the require ments or the laws of the State of Tennessee, imposed on Inauranoe Companies: and I further oertify thatWM. KUFFIN, Agent of said Company, has also oom plied with the require ments of the laws of the State, made and provided in such oases. Wherefore, said insurance Company naa autnonty to take risks and transact tha business of insurance in this Stato, at Memphis, Tennessee. .. ED. R. PENNEBAKER, Comptroller of Tennessee. , 0 ;; . .. :. s ,, . WILLIAM RXJFFIIV, Agent, .. 21-4G' . No. 7 Conrt Street. MEMPHIS ANO LOUISVILLE BAILltOAD. Winter Scbctlnle Nov. 13th. Day Expresa, leaves ...m.. 4 :15 a.m New York Express, daily........ 1:30 p.m Urownsvilie AocoumoUation leaves daily (Sunday excepted)..-.... 4 :1S p.m ULEOANT SLEEPING CARS WILL" RUN Pi thronnh to Nas hville.St. Louis and Louis ville on the 1 :30 p.m. train daily. The 4:15 a.m. and 4:15 p.m. trains do not run on Sunday. ..... wr i or tickets and otner information apply at Ticket office. No. -S7S Main sireot. 77t JNO. T. FLYNN, Superintendent. THE OLD RELIABLE. F .XL A. 3V IC LIN ,, ; BOOK BINDERY, Blank Book Manufactory And- PRINTING HOUSE, 15 West Court street, Memphis. 8.C.TOOF, s s rroprletoi. BOOKS BOUND AND MANUFACTURED, from a ririti.xT to tha rmssT booi in eenntry.tha Eastern market notexoepted ia quality or price. Flat Bias at Books aa peilty. M COLLECE. Christian Brothers' COLLEGE, IVo. JOHvJ Adnmti Street. Tins nrsTrrrriov is sitiuted ; in oae of the highest and moat healthy parte of tbe eity. Beaidea thorough inatructioa IB all the branches of a .ixi..- i.iuwr, ! " , , Freseh. Atasio and Drawin form extra ehargoa. : -or tarms sea ;r,K .'W' DhMllU-H, AlAL aabl A w , i.i.jt-n Preaident. f .-"; "? tM.W) 12 24.520 10 ......par valuo, 122.006 00 " 1U5 66 " 200 00 . : ' , - 624 00 aeeMateeaeeeBeaeeS!l929 Of) , 17.689 15 281.S&0 00 221.878 70 cost of collection)...... , 14.708 . 83,2 22 61,961 64 , , 10,046 68 65.713 68 (806,630 14 vv 1 . '800 93 . ' D.lrtO 09 . S.000 00 . f 13,4t;i 02 -.. ........;1..................... - said Company to be insured in any . any ona black 10,000 oo No rule. No rule. vvuipau J, uidoiii uu, gi i.iaiuu, i J. I. JONES, Assistant Secretary. four and a half per cent, interest; and I find 1st, 1871. written. W.C. WEBB, Superintendent. STATE OF TENNESSEE, COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, ''I ia! I wahhville, January i, Vftz. of tha Treasurv. do herebv certify thai tha AMUSEMENTS. SEASON OF GRAND OPERATIC And luHtrnmculal rerformances, English and Italian Opera Orohestra of 84 t Ferformers, given throughout the U. S. Next Peiforma.ce, March 21, 1872, -At tho- -' r Academy of Magic, Brooklyn, N. Y. $400,000 00 Distributed Among Ticket Holders. Flrat Trwmt ... 975,000 In -old. EVERY ONE RECEIVES THE FULL value of hia money with chance of a for tune. A handaome gilt with every ticket at tha tima of purchase. Twenty Thonaatnil Presents! A book with one ticket; a watch with Avar tickets; a sewing mac!,ine with ten tickets, given at the time of purchase. Tickets, with, premiums, sent to any Kxpreaa office, C. 0. D UKAND OPhKA COMPANY. li!S Fulton it.. New York. Subscription book now open at E. A. BEN SON'S Muaio Store. W. S. MITCHELL. e.ariAw Aernt for Mmphi. Tenn. PROPOSALS. TO CONTRACTORS. , , SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE eeived at the office of tha Secretary, by the andersig ned, until 12 o'clock m., on Salarday, SOtb day of Narrb, 172, far tha Excavation of the lot (W by 148S feet), and the Basement Brickwork of tbe proposed Masonic Temple. Plana and apecifications can be seen at tbe office of Jones Jt Baldwin Architects. The contract will be lot oat te the lowest responsible bidders. The Directory reserve the right to reject any and all bida. By order of tha Directory. ; v tj JNO. ZKNTV C. B. ciii Rcn, , J. M. PKTTIlirLfM'. Hl-ecwt" BnildiPK (Vnimltree. FOR SALE. MASONICTEMPLE. OLD BOLPIXQ FOR SAll, S BALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE ceived at the olfioe of the Secretary, for sixty days from date (February 10, lsli). for the purchase of the two-atory brick buildinar on the northeast corner nf Madiaon and Second streets. i8n ,t. Tbe same muat bo removed within thirty days from date of pur chase, or when ordered by the Directory. Terms cash, or approved sixty days' note. Tbe Directory reserve thoright to reject any or all bids. By order of the Directory. li. II. HlliBEE, President. A . J. Wnrn re. P.rrt.ry. 1 II -enwtd FORTUNE TELLER. HADAM! A. IV IV A; , TDK F0RTCSE TELLER. CAN BE CON aultod at We, l-to 13 Hertk iaekaetas atreet.