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PUBLIC LEDGEH Offices Ho. IS Madison Ntreei. BUSINESS HOUSES. DAVIDS, i C. P.. DEALER, IN FORNI tur, Mattresses. Bedding . Mouuito Bar, . tit Kniuind it rent. 101 BOWMAN, O. H., MAunxaioA '"l". Seal Factor. 802 Mala street. Bpoli . . nim'in . tt. attention given to repairing fVCKINSON. WILLIAMS CO.. COTTON RUSHER, AMIS CO., MAKfiUK-WUIUiH I Una I'mm ripe, nnr. n'lHini. win, ntrniijii B11LE0AD TIME TABLES. MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE RAILROAD A.M. Dr Express.....-.......-. i-30 New York Express....... J.W . Brownsville Acooni n Th. Brownsville Accommodation loaves at 4:H p.m. daily, .xept Sunday. Depot at head of Main street. TioYet Offio. 237 Maim trt, on. door lorth of J.ff.non. MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK. KAILROAD ArrlTOi. A..V. r i Tll wharfboat. foot of Union street, uauy, w i.w . MUMPHIS AND cnARLKHTONRAILROAp Mall L . ....... J!? ' -miri:i Aram w jnumi.. , ftmncrvilleAocommod n- .w Express train does not ran on 8undy. . Ticket Office, 278 Main t.t, oorn.r of Bonth Court. MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE R. B. Arrive. A.M. P.M. 5. 0. Mall (dally).- . . Ktpresf, Freight (daily el. Sunday) A.M. P.M. a in 4.15 6.30 Deootat foot of Main ttroot. ' iffi OifiS. 2I7X Main stmt, on door orth of J.n.raon.Aq T0NB pp.t MEXriUS POSTOFFICE. , Orrios Hotrif-TiomS a.m.to6p.m.i Bobdat, r pi. v iw ' Close. Arrive a.m. I p.m. A.M. I P.M. 11.50 4.30 12 Memphis A Ohio R. R. Twic Daily. Memphis k Charluton R. R.-Daily. Mississippi A Tennes see R. R.-Daily. Memphis Little Rook R. R.-Daily. Miss. river to Helena i Friar's P't-daily. Vicksborg(tri-weekly) Mon..Thur..Bat. Miss, river to 6t,Lonli Mon. andThur. White River-fleml-Weekly Toes. k Bat. Ark'i river, trl-weekly 2 3.20 11.50 "SO 8.30 12.15 1 11.50 11 t 3 S 8 10 I 9 i 9 10 Marion (tri-weekly) 10 Mon., Woo., lrt. Cuba, T.nnese 12X 12.30 ByhaliaAOliv. Branch i UN. ana n. 6.25 M asos i c i REcrromT. r . X7n llL.nuti 9,! V r i ( t m in eaeh month-ball eorner Madion and See ond. W. 8. Matthewi. W. M.i Ben K. Pul- UAii!1wka7'No. 168-meett lrt Monday In very month, at Odd Fellowi Hall, oorner Court a"d Min. C. M. CarroU. W. M.j John Beamiih. Secretary. . . Lima8oott. No. 2R9 meebi lrt Thursday of each month hall corner Madison and be iondf 8. Sturm. W. M.I M. Jlochstadter. eSoto' No. 299-meeU Sd Friday or eaeh Bonthdd FeUolrT' Hall. R. C. William JonTW. M.i R. W. Shelton, Secretary. Kilwwi8. No. Ml-meet. 4th Friday of each month-at South Memphii UaU. eomer of Madison and Second. W. B. Richardet, W.M.! LouiiCiapski, Secretary. OTAL AECH. Ph Chptii, No. 22 meets Id Monday of ih month-Odd Fellows' Hall. 0 M. Car rollTM. E. H. P.I B. M. Levy, Secretary. ' Xti Cbaptk. No. 95-meeU at Odd Fallows' Hall. 3d Mondy of each month. W. 8. Matthews. M. E. H. P. John W. Ward, Secretary. n. AKOi. M. Eobiia Council., No. ft meets 3d Monday of each month-Oo'd Fellows' Hall. D. B. orster, Th. IU. I C H. Myeri, Ree. Cnim Commakomt. No. 4 mMts 4th Mon day of each month, lieo. Mellersh, Com. i T. J. Barchos, Ree. Cai.vat Cbapti op Roil CoixJ8ti, No. 1. Charles W. Adams. 32d, M.'. W."."; H. T. Tomlinson, 32d. Seo.". i. O. O. V. DIBECTOBT. .rtV Odd Fellows' Hall, eorner Main and North Court street.. L0D0K8. MiMnnlLonoi. No. 6 meets rrery Tues day. A J. Warrf, N. O.; R. F. Aleiander. V.IJ.J Juo.W. Waynesburg, Secretary ; i,. F. Risk, Treasurer. Chiciabaw Lodoi, No. 8 meets every Men day niht. Leou Levy. N. 8. : D. Bchloss, V. U.; J A. Holt. Secretary; II. D. Connell. Treasurer. , Sohillbu Lodoi, No. 140-meeU every Wed nesday niirht. Joseph Uhl. N. tt.i H. flro nauer, V. Q.i J. A. Uronauer. Secretary; J. 0. Schmlut, Treasurer. Babbbi Lodob. No. 147 meets every Friday nijh"" 8. Jukes. N. O.i C. D. H.illiard. V. O.i E. R. Jaok. Secretary; J. S. llkms. Treasurer. - Mimpbib Dbobib Lodsb ho. 8-meeti 1st Saturday of each month. W. H. Moyston, D. M.i B. Bimham, D. D. M.i J. E. Rus sell, A. D.M.i T. 8. Jukes, Secretary s- Leon Avy. Arear. Rom Lodob, So. 1 meets 4th" Thursday of .1 . . T 1 ) V 1 1 . Mrs. R. L. aroomea, V. ti.; Mrs. W. L MoLe fresh, SeoreUry. Qatobo EirAMrMKMT, No. 3 meets on the 1st ana da inureaaj niruu 01 wwn bjvuiu. John Linkhauer, C. P.; John ttordon. U. P.; W. H. Moyiton, 8. W. ; R. F. Alexander. J. Mf upbib Encampment, No. 39 meets 24 and 4tn laursuay niSDis oi wch mvuia. a. n. Jukes. 0. P.lT. 8. Binham. H. P. J. W. . WaynesburB. 8. W.; A. W. Newsom. J. W.s J. A. xiscoer, ocrivv. TTH1GBTS OF FITUIAB. sp? AV i J Tkbbrshkb Lodob No. 6 Meets . 11'. J 1 1 1. . a. P n m Commandery Hall, No. a04 Front street. W . l l . T K W f . T tt Russell. V "'C. ; W.H. Mi'ller; B.'; E. R.Jack', F. 6.; H. H. Coleman, R 8. Mbbpbib 1.0DOI rn. o aieen every iuee day night at Druid Hall. No. 37K 6outh Court street, w . nnnu. . r.: il. d. (irjuwiu. W.C.J A. J. MeOarvey, V. C. ; C. LeClerc B. ; W. Horgan, F, 8. j C. H. Pomeroy. R. 8 TTalied Aacleni OrtUv f isralde. Tebbbbbib Obovb, No. 1, U. A. 0. D. meeU at the Druid Hall, No. 37 South Court Btreet. on toe isi uum i uw.i wuiiucs ia ach month. J. 6. Heiligers, N. A.t J. Beehler, V. A.: F. W. Buuinghaus, Bre- Mbmphib Obovb, No. 2 meets at the Druid Hall, 37 Court street, every Thursday evening wm. M. lioeo, n. a. j wrwi, v. a.; . F. Shido, Secretary ; Baru tiray. Treasurer. Clbabthb Obovb, 'o. 3 meets at the Druid Ball, 31 Court street, on the 1st and 3d Mon day ovenings in each month. A. F. Davia, K.A.J Georre W. Baxter. V. A.j M. Bren. gceretary J Martin Cohen, Treasurer. Coboobdia S. A. CiiAm . No. 1 meeU at the Druid Hall, on th 24 and 4tk Tuesday venings in each month. J. Reehler. S 8. A.; INSURANCE. MASONIC MUTTJAIs Ufa Assnrance Assocktioii, So. SS4 Front Stmt, KafnoUa Block, tor. TJnion street, lp stairs nBBUr. Koihripoxoptin 0' h rfMtn or a maiuMr. wuu v y - A.M. P.M. 4.15 1.3(1 4.1ft A.K. r.M. a.m. r.M Memphis . J-W liopetield . . TJuntersvillo..... J- A.K. P.M. I A.M. P.M. . 1U 1L1. i n.so I 4.30 FACTS AND FANCIES. -To be token without shaking- Receipt for rosy checks out-door e ercise. It is generally allowed that the Atlarf tic has notbeeu PaciBo this winter. The English papers state that over 14 000 Chinese are now m Australia. Our milk man says confidentially, that the best "fire anmhiUtor" u green hickory wood. The motive which unites the Atlantic and the PaciEc ia the loco-motive. Prison breaking is the most general epidemic throughout the Western States iust now. A NpwliurvDort lady has earned over $C000 in twelve years with her sewing machine. A Western city hag passed an ordi nance against small-pox. That's an idea. The first theater ever established in America was at Williamsburg, Va., in September, 1752. Several of the English daily newspa pers are printed on Hoe's American manufactured presses. Scientific experiment makes the ex treme velocity of the wind to be ninety three miles an hour. Australian wool is now reaching the American market in-large quantities. Let vour advertisements have some thing of the dash in them, without great exaggeration. Thare are but eighteen Shaker soci eties now established in the several States of the Union. Consumption is said to carry to the urave 200,000 persons annually on the North American continent. " There isn't a mite." says Levater, " but what fancies itself the cheese." A vounir ladv fast asleep is all right, but one last awake is a dangerous char acter. The Yo Semite Valley is great even in its snow, which is now over forty leet in depth. American watches are now manufac tured fully up to the long-established European standard. Lemon iuice is much used by physi cians to effect a cure for some attacks of rheumatism'. Artificial milk is manufactured in France quite extensively from a prepa ration of prepared bones. ADDles are a very profitable crop throughout this country, and the supply seems to be insufficient. A New York rag picker died recently leaving $4700, the savings of many years of hard work. The hired girls of Janesville, Wis., threaten to strike unless all the kitch ens are provided with rocking chairs. ;' The salary of the Governor of Cali fornia is ten thousand dollars per an. num the largest in the Union. The oysters of Maryland are more than equal to its grain crop, and a source of sure and legitimate wealth. Flattery is like a flail, which, if not adroitly used, will box your own ears instead of tickling those of corn. The eleven Territories exceed by nearly 200.000 square miles the aggre gate area of all the present admitted States in the Union. That Brooklyn, N. Y., is a City of Churches, is generally conceded, bat are the people church-goers? There's the rnb. Sir John Davie, in a rjoem on danc ing, written in 1396, describes the polka minutely, just as it is danced among ns now. A Western female convert jubilantly po.foMpil. that, findins her iewelrT was leading her to perdition, she had given it all to her sister. A tren which wai put down recently in Kansas contained two bushels of bees and three hundred pounds of beautiful transparent honey. The Massachusetts State Board of Health say "too many shade trees round dwellings is the causa ot bick- ness in many towns in that State. Poor Richard, or somebody just as smart, once said that " admiration was the daughter of ignorance; " we like to worship our heroes and heroines from a very respectable distance. A rap-nicker died in New York last week, leavine t!700. every cent of which she had saved from the proceeds of rags gathered in the streets, besides at the same time supporting herself. It is stated in mitigation of Fejee cannabalism that only boys from twelve to fourteen years old are now eaten by educated persons; only the very lowest class eat old men and women The students of the four theological schools' of Chicago hold quarterly so ciables, in which they forget that they are Methodists, Baptists, PreKbyterians and Congregationalist, and remember they are Christians. A pious but uncultivated judge closed a sentence with the following touching report: " Prisoner at the bar, nature has endowed you with a good education and resDectable family connections, in stead of which you go prowling round the country stealing ducks. Speaking of crowds, the London Sat urday Review says that Mr. Darwin has not yet arranged the precise line of our ancestry, but a good deal that is singu lar in human nature would be explain ed, if it could be proved that one of our remote ancestors was a sheep. The new New York divorce bill allows as a cause for limited divorce "such conduct on the part of the hnsband to ward the wife as shall, without just cause, deprive her of the society of her relatives or friends, or of attendance render her life unhappy or unco m for t- A Gentleman in South Carolina is in danger of the gallows for not hitting a robin he shot at. He hit the fellow standing on the other side, TEereare twenty ' female physicians in Berlin who are justly entitled to be called famous practitioners. They have amassed individually ample pecuniary means, it is said. Shirley Dare, more particularly fa miliar to New York readers, is a lady of culture and refinement, whose name is Powers. With her industrious pen she supports an invalid husband and young child. - The English alphabet has 26 letters, the French 25, the Italian 20, Spanish 27, German 26, Slavonic 42, Russian 35, Latin 23, Greek 24 (16 until 403 B. C, when the 24 Ionic characters were intro duced), the Hebrew 22, the Arabic 28, Persian 32, Turkish 28, Sanscrit 44, Chi nese 214. ; 1 I Mr Newton of Bernard Castle, Eng land, the other day cooked some pota toes for dinner, which she had previous- Iv nurchased in the market. Previous to her eating her dinner she put her knife into one, and found, much to ner astonishment and disgust, a small frog embedded in the center of it Nineteen rersons were baptized in Horse Shoe pond, near Concord, N. H., few days aeo. ice eighteen inches thick being cut away for the purpose. One of the women fainted, and all had to be hurried to a neighboring house to save their livesi Conversion in New Hampshire in the winter season has its perils. A Helssholy xlreak.Dwwni. There are lively break-downs that make an audience laugh, and there are sad and sorrowful break-downs that make the kind-hearted grieve. To the latter class belongs the enervation of body and mind which is usually called "general debility," or " nervous weakness," and which, when neglected, too often ter minates in atrophy and death. A whole some medicated stimulant is the one thing needed in cases of this description, and science a ins experience unite in pointing to Plaxtatiom Bittebs as the true specific. The fact that it com bines the properties of an inyigorant with those of a regulator and alterative, in exactly the proportions necessary to produce a radical change in the tone of the system, and the action of the diges tive and secretive organs, is an unan swerable argument in its favor as a gen eral restorative. . eod-daw SPECIAL NOTICES. w A fresh supply of Caswell, Hasard A Co.'s celebrated preparations for sal by J. B. Hills, 281 Main strest. 37-114 aw-The purest and sweetest Cod Liver Oil in the world is Hatard k Caswell's, made on the sea shore, from fruh-seleted livers, by Caswell, Haiard k Co.. New York. It is ab solutely pare and sweet. Patients wbe have onee taken it prefer it to any other. For sal. by all druggist. xvl-30 Plain Words for the People.-When broken down in health, strength and spirits it is not necessary that w. should ask a medi cal man whether an invigorant is necessary. Common sense tells ns that it is. The only question to be decided is. what the invigorant shall be. A standard tonic and restorative. which has been many years before the public, and in which millions of the intelligent classes repose the fullest faith, seems in a case like this, to present th strongest claims to the eontd.nc. of th. prudent Invalid. Huotettet's Stomach Bitters may be truly said to posnss thes. high recommendations. Its triumphant progress during a period of twenty years, it present popularity, and the uniform sueeeas which attends it use is Indigestion, nervous debility, biliary complaints, fever and ago., and all ailment which depress the physical system and .nervate the mind, .n titl. it to th. rank of a standard national spe eifie. It is regarded in that light by the com munity at large, and hundreds of thousands of both sexes resort to it at this season a a preventive of that numerous and harassing class of disease, which take their rise from the miasmatic wind and vapors of spring. It is a stimulant, a tonio, an alterative and a mild aperient -four essential nstorativM snd proteetiv. el.m.nt of tb. materia auedica united in a single agreeable preparation. Every ingredient is vegetable, of th. finest quality, and absolutely pure. Hostetter's Bitters is better known, held is greater es teem, aid commands a larger sal., than any other proprietary medicine manufactured in this country or imported from abroad. star-Chapped hand, fact, rough skin, pim ples, ringworm, salt-rheum, and other cutaneous affections cured, and th. skin mad. soft and smooth by using th. Juniper Tar Soap, mad. by Caswell, Hasard A Co., N.wTork. , xvi-30 XaUh.lor's Hair Dye This superb hair dy. I th. eet in tie ssorU perfectly harmless, reliable and instantaneous; no disappoint ment! no ridiculous tint or disagreeable odor. Th. genuine Wm. A. Bachelor's Hair Dye produce immbbiatblt a splendid black or natural brown, leave th. hair eieua, ot, bmtifnl ; does not contain a particl. of lead or any iijnrlous oompeund. Sold by all drag gists. Factory, 16 Bond street. Hew York. odZT-tsixv. mr For Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression f Spirit and General Debility In their vari ous forms, a preventive against fsrer and ague and other intermittent fevers, the "Ferro-Phospbotated Elixir of Calisaya,' made by Caswell, Haiard A Co., New York and sold by all druggists, is the best tonic for patient recovering from fever or sickness. It has no equal. xvi-.'IO RAILROADS. MEMPHIS AND LOUISYILLE ! ... RAILROAD. Winter Schedule Not. 13 th. Day Express, leave.. 4:15e.ni Kew York anru. daily... 1:30 p.m brownsville Accommodation leave daily tbuaday eaoei.ud) .. ,t ,,,, 4:15 p.m TJLEGANT BLEEPING CARS WILL RCS ri , k .. -i K..k.;n a. r . - IU1S- villa on the 1:10 p.sa. train daily. The 4 a.m. and 4:15 p.m. train do not ran :1S a Dunuav. w For tlrktto and other information apply Tt JN. T. FI.VNV, KnpriM.MT. PUBLICATION. XfO PAPER IN MEMPHIS IS A BETTER i advertising medium ttts the Hnlr. MettteMil.i, t bavin wuhia tb limits of wbirb Memphis is the onmermal center a very lam circulation. This eaa be know and read of ail woo may torosae inlereeteal. i Judicious advertising will lT. Oar ofii-e is LTV, Main street, up stairs. In same building wih Boyle k Chapman. 1 es-t S. W. BLEW A CO. JOB PRINTING. PUBLIC LEDGER ! ; BOOK AND JOI? Printing Establishment 13 Madison Street. : E. WHITMORE, Proprietor. THIS ESTABLISHMENT, BEING FULLY tocked with th. latest and most Improved Styles of Presses. From th. oelebrated manufactories of R. Ho. k Cc, and Geo. P. Gordon, and with all th. style and designs of Borders, Ornaments, Etc., From th. well-known foundries of Jcknion k Co., Philadelphia and Cincinnati, we art prepared to .xecute .very description of ' BOOK AND JOB PRINTING i , . . ,...!,, , : (U IW A MASTBSS . 1 ' ' UNSURPASSED IN THE 80UTH. PRINTING, BILLS OF FARE. ' BALL TICKETS, ( , , 4 PROGRAMMES, : ' AUCTION BILLS, ' HAND BILLS. ' CIRCULARS, HEADINGS, INVOICES. DEEDS, CARDS. BILLS LADING. ENVELOPES. BILL HEADS, CATALOGUES.? MORTGAGES. PROMISSORY NOTES. DRUGGISTS' LABELS, DRAY RECEIPTS. BANK CHECKS. CONTRACTS. , 8 H I l1 P I N O T A G H i Every Variety of Blank. ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO Steamboat Printing STIAMBOATfOSTERS. BILLS OF FARM, MANIFESTS, ETC. Theater, Circus and Show Bills, Don. 1b superior styl. and at lowest rate. POHTEBA, STREET BILL), rHOUiiASIME DOIHJEBJB. STREAMERS- W. hav. th. argest Block Typo manufac tured for this pnrpow, each letter occupying A XAMXOTH SHEET. mm- Orders promptly attended to. PRICES REASONABLE. Ledeer Printing Home, IS MAfHSJO SsTBEET. PUBLICATIONS. TUB MEMPHIS PF.ES3YTEP.IAM ! Ear. A. Shotvbli, Editor. IIITE ft SHOTWEIX, Prop's TYPE, f CBLISBKD EVERT SATURDAY, Offlcet 885 Main Street. BsrT.raei., 1 6 Ser Amumw. t LEGAL. . Attachment Notice. , . Reed k Wilson, ) Before 8. A. Moore, ' 1 vs. Justice of th. P.ac. W. E. Harris k Co.J for Sh.lby oounty. A TTACHMENT HAVING BEEN ISSUED V. in the abov. .ntitl.d oause. on the grounds that the defendant is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, and the same having been, returned by the proper officer, levied, eU.. the defendant is hereby notified to ap pear on Friday, May 10, M72. at 10 a.m., at my office in the city of Memphis, and defend this aetion, or the same will be prooeeded with ex parte. This notice will be published In the Publio Ledger, a newspaper published in th. city of Memphis, ono.-a week for four consec utive weeks. , S1-38-42-4U fl. A. MOORE, J. P. Attachment Notice. Reed i Wilson, ) BeforeS. A.Moore, Jus vs. tioe of the Peace for Harris.W iUon ACo.J Shelby county. AFFIDAVIT HAVING BEEN MADE and bond given as required by law in attachment causes, and attachment having been issued and retured by the proper officer, "levied, etc.," the said HarrisWilson A Co., defendant, are hereby notiGed to appear be fore me, at my office in the city of Memphis, Tenn.. on Friday, the 10th day of May, 1872, at 10 o'clock a.m , and defend said suit or tb. sam. will b. set for hearing ex parte: it is further ordered that this notice be published once a week, for four consecutive weeks, in the Public ledger, a newspaper published in the city of Memphis, Tenn. In testimony whereof I have horeunto let my hand, this the 5th day of April. A. D., 1872. 31-3o-4L'-4 S. A. MOORE, J. P. PETITION FOR INCORPORATION. No. 537. . . i. . In the First Chancry Court of Shelby County, Tenn. HEREAS. O. H. LATHAM, C. F. VV Smith, . Hobart. W. J. y . Jeneraon, u. 1. urai, m. R. Kimball and A. S. Walcott have filed a petUion in the First Chancery Court of Shelby county praying to do incor porated " The Continental Pres Company," and by that nam to have succession, to sue and be sued, to have and us. a seal, change and alter the same at pleasure, to have all rights, etc., as by law belong to corporations. They lies ire to b. located in Memphis, Ten nessee ; to have a capital stock of S20.000, with the privilege of increasing same to 1100,000; the stock to be divided into shares of S25, Itf or 1100 each; to appoint suoh oflioors, direc tors, trustee or agent a by their by-law may be prescribed for their government, etc. i to take, buy and sell, or otherwise hold and diipose ot all suoh real and personal property as may be necessary for the operations of their business ; to negotiate loans by bonds or mort gages, etc. . ... That they b.. permitted to .ngag. in th. business of compressing, storing and hand ling cotton, or other merchandise, and the transportation of cotton, merchandise and other freight East. West, North and booth, or other directions. . It is therefore ordered that all parties wish ing so to do make their appearance herein at the court-house of said court, in Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the First Monday in May, 1872, and show cause, if any they have, why letters of incorporation should not be granted a prayed for in said petition, and flint a cur days in the Memphis Publio Lkdukb. py .1 mis ruie oe puuiisueu mr bun . . . t, ... t u n rri.:. 1U April 1, 1872. A copy. Attest: jjjj jjtjjid A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black. Deputy Clerk and Master. Randolph. Uummond k Jordan, attorneys. 28-68 No. 4344. R. D. CHANCERY SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Saturday, April 13, 1872. Mary Moriarty, adminUtratrix tofj Dan 1 moriarty, aeceaseu, vs. D. H. Moriarty et als. BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE FOR SALE entered in the above entitled cause. I will sell at public sale, to the highest bidder, iu front of the Second Chancery Court-room, on Second street, city of Memphis, ' - Ou Saturday, April 18, 1872, within legal hour, the following lot of ground, to-wit: situated in Memphis, Corner or Hill and Mo.bjr Streets, beginning at th. aonthost eorner of Hill and Mosby streets ; thence eastwardly thirty-eight feet with the south line of Mosby treet to a stake; thence southwardly and parallel with Hill street on. hundred and forty-eight and a half feet to an alley 16H feet wide thence westwardly with the north hn. of said alloy thirty-eight feet to a stak. at the corner of said alley and Hill street : thence north wardly with the east line of Hill street four hundred and forty-eight and a half feet te the beginning, being the west part of lot 20 of country lot 511. . Tbkms op Bai.b One-half eash, and the balance in two equal installments at six and twelve months, th. purchaser to execute notes with rood security, bearing interest; lien re tained to secure the deferred payment. March 20. 1872. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. P. J. Mulverhill, solicitor lor complainant. 18-td Attaehiiieiit Notice. B. M.Hodges, Agent.) Before 8. A. Moor., vs. r Justice of the Peaoe, Alice Frierson. ) Shelby county, s PWTT1AVIT HAVING BEEN MADE A. before 8. A. Noore, Justice of the Peaoe r... ..ii, nf Shrlhv and State ef Tennes see, for attachment, and the same having been returned, levieu, etc., n i. uii iw . that publication be mad. in the Memphis Public Lkdukb, a newspaper published in the city of Memphis, in aid State, for four suc cessive weeks, commanding the said Alice Frierson, a non-resident of the State of Ten nesee, to appear before me.nt ray office, in the city of Memphis, on the 17th day of May, 1872, at 10 o'clock a.m., and make defense to said suit against her. or it will be proceeded with ex parte. S. A. MOOKh. 3.41-4.7.-o3 justice oi to. reaoe. No. 520. R. D. In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby County, lenn. E. H. Allen and Virginia Allen, his wife, vs. W. P. York, administrator of Joseph Massey. deceased, ana oinere, tue sun . , i.w ,,f .Inaauh M ai.se v. deceased. IT APPEARING FROM THE BILL WH1CU is duly sworn to in this cause that the de fendants Thome Breckenridge and Tennessee .. ii . 1 : . 1 1.:. wife mni I h r 111. OrVy. Josephine Gray. Whitfield Gray and Uarence r . vrray, "',"" , -minors and heirs at law of fcli and Alabama Gray: and Sarah . Byrom, Joseph R. By. ' fain:..- u llvmm Hill and MarthS Ann Byrom, hia'wifo, heirs at law of - Byrom and Marian massey, um "-"- - non-resident of the Stat, of Tennessee; and that the residence of the defendants Kicbard B. Massey and Lucinda T. Massey is un known and cannot be ascertained after dili gent inquiry, but they are believed to be non residents of th. State of Tennessee, and that this bill is filed for th. purpose of enforcing the specific performance of a contract for the purchase and sale of 162 acres of land in Shelby county, Tennessee, mad. by the com plainant Virginia Allen, formerly rgmia Bloan. and JOpn maV. lor a ueeree i "i hid - - - - - - sale of the said land to satisfy th. said debt; it is therefore ordered oy toe w". ... ter that said defendant mak. their ap pearance, herein, at the "urthou.. of to. la the city of Memi.hii, TenoMe. on or before ttie nr iona7 m "r.;r pUftd. nnwr or demur to complainant- bill. . . x ... -. ...;.. M.Mrtt afia that a mem ana ir r-- ' r . ei.Ls it lha Puhlif Ledger. This Aprils, 1T2. A copy attest : : ,', ' Clerk and Mastrr. By C. Bblthxb. Deputy Clerk and Master. Randolph. Hammond k Jordan, snlintnr Vir i-funtilninsn'.. M- 4t-..l TO NEWSPAPAR PUBLISHERS, rpilB R0UT1TERN NEWSPAPER UNION, A at Sashvill.. lenu.. r. u. TWELVE DIFFERENT EMTIOXS -Of- Ready-rrinted Outsides Insides and Supplements, WM.Pr in the Mouth. Ad.lress. tMialhersi A.ptrr I For the Country Press, ia a style ual to any concern en.aged in tbe .am. ..inM.. aad at a cheaper rate than Ch.cMp. ' ;" K. vrk. or.iers promptly tiled f'r any St .Nai-bvill. lean. BTATEJIENT OK OF THE .;-- MlSSOUni VALLEY LIFE inSUHAIJCE CO. ilUul I 'oa the ait ; day December, 1871. V!" i .,(!. o .fi.!'.:-' "Vr The name of the Company is Missouri Valley Life' Insurance Company. , It is located in Learen worth, lu the State of Kansas. - Tb osnODBt or lta t'ttplinl Ktoeki l...... ,.....481,O00 00 Th amesnt of It Capital Stock paid op 1 .M51,000 OO THE ASSET OF THE COSfPAHT ARE AS rOLLOWSi ' ! in I f'i'ii r i. ''iii 'ml inn. i i iV, Cash'on hand and In th. hands of Agent or other persons........ 12 Real Estate unincumbered.- SM.&2U ID Bond owned by the Company, to-wit: ' , 4 Leavenworth County Bunds ,... ...,..par value, 122,006 00 . . . . School Bonds, Distriot No. 11 " , 105 (Vi School Bonds, District No. 47..-....-..... " 200 00 Leavenworth City Sorip , , " , 624 00 , Par valu... M.,...H..........MH..t..MM .... $22,929 65 Market valu... Leans on personal securities, approved by the Board of Directors.... Loan on Bond and Mortgage, being first lieo on unincumbered Real Estate, worth double the amount loaned. ... Debt otherwise ecured .. Due for premiums in process of collection (less cost of collection). Deferred preiniums......H.. ............ .. Interest due and accrued.. ................ , All other tecuriti.s -. Total Assets LIABILITIES Amount due for salaries, rents, etc. Dividends due policy holder Losses unadjusted. Total Liabilities .......r........ 113,461 02 . Th. greatest amennt Insured In any one risk....... 10,000 00 f The greatest amount allowed by the rules of said Company to be insured in any on. city, town or village -. Norul.. Tb. greatest amount allowed to b insured in any on. block No rule. STATE OF KANSAS. I ' C.untt or Lkavknwokth. ) . li D. M. SWAN, Vic. President, and J . I.JONES, Assistant Secretary of the Missouri Valley Life Insurance Company of Leavenworth, Kansas, being duly sworn, depose and say that the foregoing is a full, true, and correct statement of the affairs of the said Company ; that th. said Insurnaoe Company is the bona fide owner of at least One Hundred Thousand Dollar of , aotual eash capital, invested in State and United States Stocks and Bonds, or in Bonds and , Mortgage of Real Estate, unincumbered and worth double the amount for which the (am. is mortgaged; and that they are the above described officers of said Insurance Company. D. M. SWAN, Vioe President. ' J.I. JONF.S. Assistant Secretary. 11 Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of March, 1872. CUAS. MONROE, Notary Public. STATE OF KAN8AS, ' ' , : . Coubtt or Lkavbnwobth. ( .. ' . i I, JULIUS HANG. Clerk of the District Court of th. First Judicial District of the Stat, of Kansas, do hereby certify that Charles Monro, whose name is appended to the foregoing deposition, was, on the date thereof, a Notary Publio in and for the oounty ot Leaven wo. th, and State of Kansas, duly authorised to administer eatbs for general purposes; and that I am well acquainted with the handwriting ef th. aaid Chariot Monroe, and verily baliev. that the signatures to said deposition are genuine. ... IN TKSTIMON Y WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal, this 9th day of March, 1872. J ULIUs HANG, Clerk of the District Court of the First Judicial District of th. State of Kansas, in and for Leavenworth county. , , , . - KNOW ALL MEN 67 THESE PRESENTS, That the Missouri Valley Life Insurance 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 service of all process, whether menso or final, in any action or proceeding against said Company in any of the Courts of said State of Tennessee; and it is hereby admitted and agreed that such service of the process aforesaid shnll be taken and held to be valid and sufficient in that behalf, the same as if served upon said Company ancordinr to the laws and uractioe of said State, or of any other fttate : and all elaims or rivht ' of error by reason of the mannerof such service is hereby expressly waived and relinquished. ' WlTK'tUH ... k.rnl. ,n,l lh. H.I .f ,.M numh... II..HlhilD,r.rUn,.h i .'- II ,.I1MUU WW. HHM u. ...,, , i - . STATE OF I. W. C. WEBB. Superintendent of Insurance of the State of Kansas, do hereby certify that I have caused the policies of the Missouri Valley Life Insurance Company, of Leaven worth, Kansas, outstanding oq the 31st day of December, 1871, to be valued according to th American Experience Table of Mortality, at four and a half per cent, interest; and I find the net value of said Policies and additions thereto on the 31st day of December, 1871, Three Hundred and Twenty Thousand Five Hundred and Nineteen Dollar and Eighty-eight Cents (H20.5W 88.) I also hereby certify that said valuation was mad. in accordance with the provision of Chapter 93, Laws of Kansas, approved March 1st, 1871. :ri. And I further certify that the said Missouri Valley Life Insurance Company has been and now is authorised to transact the business of Life Insuranoe in the State of Kansas. In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and caused my Ollioinl Seal to be affixed, at Topeka the day and year first above written. W. C. WEBB, Superintendent. roz V STATE OF TENNESSEE. COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, I Nashvillb, January 1, 1872. I. ED. R. PENNEBAKER. Comptroller of the Treasury, do hereby certify that th Missouri Valley Life Insurance Company, located at Leavenworth, in the State of Kansas, ha produoed to me satisfactory evidence tnat said uonapany nas complied witn an the require mntA nr the luws of the Htnte of Tennessee, iinnosed on Insuranoe Comtianios : and I further certify that WM. RUFFIN, Agent of said ments or the law or the Mate, made and proviued in sucn cases. Wherefore, said Insurance Company ha authority to take risks and transact the business of Insuranoe In this State, at Memphis, Tennessee. , . . .. - ED. R. PENNEBAKER, Comptroller of Tennessee. 1 WILLIAM H-UFFIIV, Agent, No. 7 Court Street. 21-4G T" LECAL. - ; No. 800. In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tenn. John N. Ware, surviving partner ofl . the firm or Mercer K vt are, vs. W. J. Ward, G. M. Bartlett, James Steele, John Steele, V. M. Smith and J. W. Jefferson. TT APPEARING IROM THE AFFIDAVIT I filed in this cause that the defendant W. J, Ward is a non-resident of the Stat of Tennessee; it is therefore ordered oy in. Clerk and Master that he make his appear ance herein, at the court-house of the beoond Ch.incery Court, in the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first Monday in May, 1872,and plead, answer or demur to complain ants' bill, or the same will be taken for confessed a to him and set for hearing ex pert, and that a copy of this ordor be pub lisbed once a week, for four successive weeks, ia the Public Lkdoxb. April 4, 1872. A copy-Attest : M. D. L. STEWART. Clerk and Master. Randolph, Hammond k Jordon, Solicitors for complainants. . 30-3S-42-49 Attachment Notice. Rogan, S.ldn k Co.,") Before S. A. Moore, vs. r Justice of the Peao. J. E. O'Hara. ' J for Shelby county. A FFIDAVIT HAVING BEEN MADE J before me, and bond given as required by law in attachment causes, that the defend ant il a non-resident of the Stat of Tonnes see, and an attachment issued and returned, levied, etc., on the property of the defendant by the proper officer, th. defendant will take notice that this cause is set for trial before me, or som. other Justice of the Peace for Shelby oounty, at my ofiio. tn Memphis, on Saturday,' th. 4th day of May, 18.2. at 10 o'clock a.m.; th. d.fendant will take notice and come into court and defend said cause, or the same will be taken as confessed and tried ex-parte; and that this notice be pub lished once a week (or four successive weeks la the Public Ledger, a newspaper published iath.oityofM.mphBi.A Mf)0RE j j, , . March 27. 1872. Shelby oounty. 2S-28-M-40 Attachment Notice. C W. DnvaU) Before 8. A. Moore, a Jn'tie. Ti. of th. Peac for bh.lby L. Krogsdal.J oounty, Tennessee. . THE PLAINTIFF. C. W. DUVALL. IN the above entitled cause having made affidavit that the defendant Is iustly indebted to him in the sum of l'23 06. due by account, and that said defendant is a non-resident of the i-tate of Tennessee, and is about fraudu lently to dispose of his property, and having prayed a writ of attachment on said grounds, and the attachment having been iseued and returned by the proper officer levied on de fendant' property; it ia theretor. ordered that the laid defendant. L. krogsdale. ap pear at my office in the city .f Memphis, Tennessee, on Tuesday, the 7th day of May. 1872 at 10 o'clock a.m.. and defend said suit nr the same will be proceeded with ex-part. It i further ordered that a copyof this notice b. published once a week for four suocessiv. weeks in the Memphis Prur U,Ka. 27-H3-39-45 S. A. MOOKS,. J. r. Attachment Notice. M. Wolf vs. Lee Green and Betsy Before John Ppelman, a Justic. of the Peac for bhelby county. Green. Tennessee. A FFIDAVIT HAYIX BE" "i"111" 7 V fore Jonn Ppeiman, jusiicr, i for the county ef bhelby and htat of lennes-. m for attachment, and tFie same having' been returned, levied, ele.. it uiereiorj or dered that publication be made in the Mem phis Pi eLtr Lrn;ta. a newspaper published fu the eityof Memphis. In said Mate, fer four s.ecMsive weeks, eommandmg the said ILe Ureen and Bewy Gren. noo-resldrnU of the hute of Tennessee, to appear before me. at aif office, in tb. city of Memphis, on Mon day, tb. 22d day of April. Is, 2. at lu o'clock a m..and make defense to said suit aeainst them, or it -ill be pred -J-V.rt.. Juttic. of th. Peac for helkr county, 2n-32-3-44 THE CONDITION' 17.8W15 aa.3&o oo ; 221.878 70 , 14.708 95 83,952 22 .' ; 61.9SI 64 ' ' 10,o46 6S 56,713 63 '. 1806,630 14 11,800 93 ; 9,1150 09 ' ' 8,000 00 VUU.,'BU, -i.vuii. uu. w. K.I.I j I , . II., , D. M. SWAN, Vice President. : J. I. JONES, Assistant Secretary. KANSAS. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.! TOPEKA. March 4, 1872. f Company, has also complied with the require AMUSEMENTS. SEASON OF GRAND OPERATIC And Instrumental Performances, English and Italian Opera Orchestra of 84' Performers, given throughout the U. S. Next Performance, March 21, 1872, At the Academy of Music, Brooklyn, Ji. Y. $400,000 OO Distributed Among Ticket Holders. Firat Prewertt 75,000 In Clold. EVERY ONE RECEIVES THE FULL value of his money with chance of a for tune. A handsome gift with every ticket at th. tim. of purehaa. Twenty Tbonssnd Present I A book with on ticket; a watch with iv tickets; a sewing machine with ten tickets, given at the time of purchase. Ticket, with premiums, sent to any Express office, C. 0. D, GRAND OPKKA COMPANY. 129 Fulten St., New York. ' Subscription book now open at E. A. BEN SON'S Music Store. W. S. MITCHELL. -VUw Atml for Mcmnhi?. Teen. FOR SALE. Lots For Sale in Ida City, -ON- JLMng Xasland, New YorU. JDA CHY IS SITUATED ON LONG is land. 35 miles from New York city, th ong Island railroad running centrally through Ida City. Lots there are hereby ot tered for sale on th following terms: Piny dollar each, on a credit of ten years, paya ble in ten annual instalment say th GO per year on each lot. Th. parties owning th abov. property propose to sell to the Southern people one-half of th. lots, say 4(I0, on th abov. terms, without interest. Tb. East River Bridge is now in proc-es of eoastruo- i tion, connecting Manhattan Island, upon -which New York i situated, with Long It- l his is a good opportunity for any person o'4 this section of country to invest small sr in th. purchase of thes. lots. Term", 'ar. easy, and witbin th. reach of all. P',pr , on Long Island will rapidly iocreas. f vf.j,i soon as Kast Riv.r liridg. is eoir,pietej u Map of the City of Ida. can ama . full information aivea.iipon apnlicatio ,l mad. to hi. K'jNTAI' Jb'n fl? -'ion strt. a. aviirJi sal. of low should I. 'Ur Y'n r.Vrl ' No- Mad". ...ii.Jaw r r"l nu ,n advertise- R-' rubli.hed correct y represent ,.' " d attractions of the place livt) J ffnR Tll'iv psnv. FORTUNE TELLER. MADAMK ANN1I ;pHB FORTUNE TKLLFR. CAN BE CON A suited at 15-40" "lt Jk"" , X ""rk' k '1 ? M ill 7' aoTtti: -lt 'awe.