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LC'JISHANAUER, J.MPOTICSEW, R.P.feOLlIKQ. ITesldeBt. flco President. Secretary. Home Insurance Co OF MEMPHIS. LOUIS IIAJiAUEK, iu:r.Y WETTER, St. WHITE, ;.. b. eaton, M. (', I'EAKCE, E. I' RU, Ml ART, J.W.KICKINHON, J.X. 1'ETTHiKEW, FIJViYIVClS COMMITTEE! H. H. METTE, ISAAC SCHWAB, W. 0. 1IARYEY, PUBLIC LEDGER. Office: Ho. 14 KadlM street, MESnilS rOSTOFFlCE. owes HocEf- on 8 a .. o S r. V PsOU TO U A.M. t Bobba, Arrives. A.M.If-B. Close.. 4.JI.J P.. Memnbi.A Ohio R. &. Twice Daily. Memphis ACbarlerton R. R.-Daily. Mississippi k Terines see K. R. Dally. . Memphis Ditle Rook R, R.-Daily. MHs.river to Helena g.jn 3.30 JJ5 11.00 3.30 1100 11.55 9.30 IS S.21 3.00 11.45 12 3 30 Vickiburg(trl-weekly) Mon..Thur..Sat.. Miss, river t St. Loai Mob. Than. Fn. White River Seml-Weekty-Tues. k Set. a .u Mint.wMKlr S 30 3 30 330 3 30 Toesdny and Saturday Marion itn-weesiyr Mon.. Wed..Frt. Cuba. Tennessee 1.1a VriA9- Bybe'iaAOliTe Branch 3.se 3 30 1UOS. anu in. .irti-W. M. t A.J.Wheeler, becreUry. nmMt lut Monday in AGaoKA. Wo- ".llew!- Hall corner cT.M-aiS.a. Loo... W. M.t B. SrsoTsSW-Beta It Thursday L if ith--ha I corner Madison and bee ZinTF. F. civil, V. K. Goldsmith, troNo 2Ji9-meehi Sd FrMayof eaen JSrtZ Fello-.' Hall. Bun. F. Price. trrTwiio. No. 341-meot. 4th Friday of KUfHl . ' ' , w k; Hall, corner MaiS Creigbton. W M.: Louis C.apski, Secretary. . ... Catrrn Ko. 22 moets Sd Monday of Mtry. ;;;... m ."TOh Rod.7. Th. IU. C. H. Krsrs. Keo. v..... Comma jnsBT, No. 4 sleets 4th Mon d.W"" Obb. M.ll.r.h.Oom.1 X. '-Ct C5b o, Ro 1. Charlei W. Adami. S2d, M. . W. . s H. Tomlimon, 32d, 8. . O. O , F. DIBECTOET. Odd TMow.,Cflftll. eorner Mala and North Cor.-tureet... H .. . ". J. Milton. Beoretary; K. Jf. a. ,.ts. r v A m. (J every Hon- .rw-rk. . . John r , V.tt!j'F.'N. Uolt.lFl.8.: Tbema. La f 6 : I- Connell. Trowurer B LotS... No lt. Wd- nMrte ninht. John V. HoSman, N. u. t J"". A"CT V. O.S U. Shilling, bocretary; Ph. T)i(, Looua No. 3 meeta m urVay of each month. Cha.. 14. Carroll. . M D 0. Trader. D. D. M.! Weorgo W. ytK-Vjk-Trewurer. rnAlaid.7 5. P"i oo" VVTMathow.. g-. ""o'arVo;. bZ W . ( Th. Bacon. S H D. Connell. T. t ) blo. J. W. th 1 huriy nigbM of each moouj. (i. V . uiT C 1' : C. U. P ifcbke, il. r. r. J. vrj.OHTM VI 1 TTUIA. Tr.!tiitr'""t l0B0t No. 8 Meeti .troet Kngme Hours cor. Second .treet. r M. Haley, C. C.t C. K. WcClean. V. C.S J .tSllt. & off.; J. F. FucVer. jr.. K. of tt. and fTltd Aocln -rtler f 0rld. Vt y-i 1 TT 4 A T meeta the Druid UalL No. 37 South Court ch month. J.BiHeilirera. K. A.; J. eehler. V. A.J P. W. liuttingbaui. bocro- MtMPBia dRora. No. t meeu at the Druid Fall. Court ireei.evr, t-t Cleahtiii Uaova. No. 3-nieou at the Druid Hall, fi Court txeet, on the lit and id Mon i,vy eveninr. in each month. A. r. lavn. Si A.! Oeorrt W. Baxter. V. A.t M. Br.. .-try; WartiB Cohen. Treaatirer. C,,aDi 6. A. CrT.a. No. 1-meeU at A. Uitaield. Soorotary. T . B. B. DIRECT). A T AU . T A V Frank rommittio meitTat the call of the O. N. A. oT,; U?aT N ' l-Ti-.V' HJreefc. I A . . r, at raet. - h iward tioid-mith. Ncretary. VZS-r Itayenm, at h.ll.BorU t c'raer --ocund and Adam, .treu. fpeMrEBiascE .ociett. keri. P. W. C I t i- ' W- DIIlECTOllSi; Or Schoolfleld, Hanaue r Co. . . . . . . oril.MTfUf r ACo. 0rF. M. While 1 Co. United States Mitihhal. . " . " . . . Of Pcarce, Sup it" Co. ".'.. . . Of E. I'rquhari t Co. . " . " . . . Of Dickinson, William Co. " Of Edmonds, Ft'ttlgrew Co. Of H. H. Metto ft Son, Chairman. . . or So hwao o Of Elj.JIarTey ft Richard MUNICIPAL. Regular Meeting; or the General Council. BOABD FA1M"MM. lorriciiL BiroET.I City Hall, Mkmphw. December 3, 1S73. At a wcnlar merfin of the Board ef Mayor and Aldermen' of the e.ty of MemU held vfedneiday De. S. VST. rreent. I on John Ti 1 l Vnhhintl DV1, MltOt, A. J. White,' B. F. White and Colli.-. Aldermen. A quorum bein announced the Pre..deyt took hi. .t. called the member, pre.ent to order! and had the roll, of Aldermen lled. When the recorded minute; of B.,ard of Al dermei for November 5th. 12th. 17th aid 25th fre read and adopted, Sir J T. Hill.man made hi. aprearance and had the oath of office admini.tered to him by .."Honor the Mayor, and took hia ..at a. Alderman of the Seventh i Ward. 10 place of M.ior J. J- Bu.by, re!ned. Vor monthly report. p of ty offlcen. .ee ub. li.bed proceiin. of Council of thw dM, where published in .teamed form. For particular, of Commituo o Aooonnta. ee Council', publuhed proceodm of thi. date, in itemiied form. Vmb the report of the Council and Board of Aldermen joint Improvement Committee re ferrin thembjoined or at'ached I potitiou of P. P Frame, prayin. the (jeneral Council to ap point an appropriate committee to locate the line of Monroe ttreet, eaut of Bayou Gayoo. and HIM damage, etc.. to a .perial commit tee. Council epeclal eommiltce: Bon.h. Bing ham and Hunt. September 3. IS, 4; Hoard of Aldermen .peeial committee: A. J. White and lluby. September lb. Your joint Council and Board of Aldermen .pecial eommitue report tiat they have ei- mined into the matter referred to them, and would recommend that no action be taken until the partie. who own the treet will deed the .ame to the city. AJ WH11B. Chairwan Aldermen Committee. . JNoAKOliSH. '' ' Chai'man Council Committee. Adopted by Board of Aldermen December 3 an1 concurred in by Council December 9, 73. Tbe health ordinaoco pawed second and final rea,lin by Board of Aldermen Decem ber Si paed .econd and final reading by Council December 1673. By Alderman BF While: Kcolved bv the Ueneral Council of the eityof MetnpbU. That tbe Mayor bo author ized to issue paving certificate, to tbe partie. who paid fr the .tone pavement oppoiito their property on the alley iotith of Adam, nd between Front and tleoond .treet.. Adopted by Board of Aldermen December 3 and referred to Finance Committee by Council December 9, 1873. When tho Bnmrd of Aldermen adjourned to Decemberli73. BR RICHARDS. C1TT council.. Citt Hall. Mehpbii. December 9. 1873. m- . inn tnofttinff Of the ComiBOB Council of the city of Memphis, held Tuejday, December 9. 173, presentrHon. John John son. Mayor: Mewr.. Chairman Zent, Hol brook, Hewitt. Chate, Xorton, Becbn, Rouah. Keclt. Binsham, Clarke. Toof. Ilont.Hughe., Jobe, tiraut aad Maaon, Councilmen. . A quorum ueiug auuuuucvu. w took bi. Mat. called the metuber. present .o order, and bad the roll of Councilmen called. On motion, tne recoraeu mnmm ivr ,u, month of November were read and receivea. RtHOLl'TIOm. By Councilman Clarke : !--., Thai .1 noliremen .hall be al- i..i inii'n.v for any time lo.t during tbe yellow feverepidemio by .ickne... )otjtiun of policeman M Malewney ana other. In conjunction with above resolution : Maxr-Hi. December 1, 1673. To the Honorable Ueuer&l Council : UTLi;iiiN The undersigned petitioner., in the employ of the city aa policemen, vouid respectfully but earoettly aik of your honor able bOaV WJKl WO DB IIWWCU III. I Ul, nni " us from ijcknes. (yellow fever) during the month of November. We remained at our post of duty during tbe epidemic and we can illy afford to lose thl. auiount; aud wo will eyerie grateful: . , M .Malowuey. winy aays -...' vn. ; L ilorn.ou, seven sys w .,mi Pilti. seventeen days.., 51 W l'alllukett, fourteen day. ...,- 42 00 Henry Brown, twenty-tbroe days- to 00 V H Korera. ten duvs - M O) 1 W Clancy, twenty-three day...... .. W J Resolution an,1 petition granted by Counoil and Board of Alaeiinen December V, A TAtotntinn bv Conncflman Jobe. that the Chief of Police be instructed to keep tbe eide- walu. eleur oi couon ana itner oitrunvi'n.. aoMfcted by Council llecoinber v, ls,j, ar, concuma la Ly lioara oi Aiaermen iecemuer if Councilman Orunt; ieaoUed. That the City Enrlneef bo re quired to have all a. lies aad sweepingl re move", iroin tbe siacttaia. and gutter, vn Main street immediately. Adoptvd by Council and concurred ia by Board of Aldermen December 9. 147,1, lly Councilman t.rant: Resolved, That the property-owner, on both dea of Fifth (treet. (rem (ireeniaw to Kerr. be required, where fuUDt necwary. to lay down a plank sidewalk, such a. tbe ordinance of the city requires, within thirty days; also to put in gooa rei.air all siaewaus on the above named street. Adopted by Couneil and concurred In by Board of Aldermen Docember 9, bTJ. By Councilman Hunt; Resolved, That tbe ergeant-at-Arras notify prrty-ewners to repair sidewalks on tbe w..i side oi lauderaaJe street, between Heal i and I ni.,n. Adopted by Cooncil and referred to Kev r "t-t-Aruii by Board vi Aldermen Deoew ber si. lT.l. I'y Couneiltnaa Jobe: Re.olved, Ibat the City Enrineer bo au thorised to (ill sp some ii boles on Jeter .on stri-et extenlfd linn,.o lately. Adapted by (unrii u4 eoncurrad 1 by Board of Aldermen. Decessoer i. li'. i. Resolved, That the Ord inane and Printing Co in to lit. Ins in.traelod V, have lilt) o(,i et the liosrd of Health nroinaee aad aa&Oary code vnntcd in pamphlet lra. Adi.pind by l.'outx il, Deeemmw t, 1471. I'y t ouncilman .at : keaolvi. 1 bat the property owaers n the north side of market .treet ar i,e bndee. ae required within tae rHtti.irtyAe, to Uyd"n vod brw k .,eee!k.. Adored by - r eed ke of Alder DteB, UMSmftw W, 1v Councitii.aa jobe: Iteeolved. lkt tbe property hM4ere ei Madison street frnai the tns,oe britre te st'.:i. mrt"B street be r"ioir4 to repair tatr s.oe- siki in tbe a.st u,,n ears. Adopted by CooB'il, re' err. 4 u tK. F-rrenl al-Arn-.s by Bs4 of Aiers, De-.mlHr . i7J. Vy the saw: ku.,rl, Ibat tie City ferieeer be t- Strut-d f Sb.S. f..ire tfrUM etrv!. betwea C,er1 a J 4 imtmfim mtm. Adopted by tw-strt., . eed -d fta by Board of Aldenavoa, Ur.rn.tl , l . rtriTiiits, P.lltiea of J I Montrtuery and olh-rs ak ing lor a foot bri.Ua oter a ravine "B the j i,Ie of Walnut aiieet, between lieoreia aad laana. Adopted by Ouuanil liveeaiber S aud r.l.rr.,1 to linproveuieiil t'oiumitloe by Hoard af Al.lurtaao ltM-o,h. r w. ), I'kIiuou of 1 lioinaall'hulhvau for reduction of ta. Referred to Finance t'l.oilolU,'. by L'yuncilf loswiiibt-r Saadeoncurredinby Board of AldiTuian l'..-euiUl 9, I'etitiouof Henry C. l.,llis for a credit oo tbe book, of the city for amount paid out by bin. lor tted of horse. RolerreJ to Finance Cuuinillteo by Conned mail aljotd of Aldr osen Daoember 9, l.v.i. fatitloa of Ueorge Bergnaua for the ra funding f tales oo eity gecurilies Illegally olleetad aud paid by bun. Petition granted by Ciuuuil aad Board il Aldermen DevemUr . Ir,'.t. Pelilioaera V Mtrgerun IW the elty to Issue loli i m a eertitW-ele lor the amount of stone curbing laid by him. R.lorr.,1 to Fi Baaee Committee by Council December V. "i. tirauted by Board of A l l.-rn.aii Deoomber 0. ln?l. Also, ptllior oi Jchn Rlugaaid aad James May dwell fur like oerUticatea; rolerred a. above. I'rUlton ol II M Keech asking annlsslna to place a bill-board ou the blurt. i,,,o..ite Madi snn .treat. Referred by Conneil tot'nnimittre on Real Usteie and Public Park. Decvmbrrt). 1S71. Indefinitely noitpoued by Board of Al- derieen Deoeuiner 9. Wi. J'etillun ol 1 nomas u, cuuivaa tor tne re dui'tloaof taxea en his property, part of lot An aud J4. hecond street, Itelerred to Kiuaooe Committee bv Council, Iveiubr 3, 173. FetiiioB 01 sundir parties lor a plana root bridge over ravine went side of Walnut street, botween orai and Vance. Adopted by Council. December 3, 1871. rOBMt'Mt'ATUIX. T .,.lrr to enable me to institute the pro ceedings required, 1 must C rat know the names of the persous eeoupymg portions of Dunlap atroet, and has aecription of the ground uceupird by ewe a- 1 therefore .utireat that the matter be relorrrd to tlie City Engineer, with iBstraetions to lurnisb me necessary in formation. Kospeotfullv. ....' , i il i Art .'vi.r ii. City Attorney. r.r.,N.l Vn rii T.niinior by Board of Al dermen, with instructions to get tho names, euu Concurred in by Council December , C " v' - Wbea en motion the Council adjourned to Tuesday. December W. at even o'clock p.m. u u I,I.'II1IHU Vl..,l.l.- A merchant, writing from IlonoUIu, ay: "To week ego we had a ball at the palace of our lung, i.unniiio i. ... - . ' . ti i. .:il Ht ia our friend. nen ne was euu merely Crown Prince I loaned him two dollara 'ouly for a day,' he aaid. When I met him a year after I reminded mm of the loan, but he told me to wait till he should hare become King, of which the prospect were then ery alight. But now he is King, aud i ttaye auenuy made him a present of tbe two dollars. Cheap friendship, considering be Is King." As near as can be estimated from the partial and loose census taken by the assessors last sammer, the population of Kansas is . bow about 600,000. Ibis is an increase of 240,000 in three years. The Paola Spirit thinks that at that rate the census of 180 will show their State to have a population of over 1,000,000, SPECIAL NOTICES. . V DENNISON'fl PATENT SBIPPlSiG TAGS Over Two Hundred Millions have oeen used within tne rinsi lu years, without complaint of loss by Tag beco:niog deuehed. Tucy are nior re llnatte tnr snnrkleiir ' Mstloa lbnsiy Tc ts All Kxpre.. Corn panic, nse them. 8old by Printers and BtationeTg very- wnera J - Sothert, at othersi Mothert Doa't fail to proenro MPS. WISSLOW'8 - 800TH1NO 8TRUP for all diseases incident to the period of teething In ofafldraa. It relievo, the child from pain, cure wind eolie, regalates the bow els, and by giving relief and health to the child, gives rest to the mother. Be sure and Call for " Mrs. Win.low's Soothing Syrup." For sale by nil drourli-M. wn-w.rn-irTii-PSt PHYSICIAN. DR. XI. FOLZ HAS RETTJKNED FROM COLUMBIA, and now reside, at 253 Hernando Street, Where he il prepared to treat all chronio or private diseases, especially Cancer. Cancers removed without instruments or caustic. He also treat. Dropsy witi out tapping them. He guarantees to give aatisiactiun n all case.. L. D. M'XISICK. T. B. TUEI.Er. MoKISKlt sfc TDULET, Attonjoyw-at-Lnw, No. 4 Kit Williams Block, 43 Madison Street, Memphis, Tann. 01- LYNN.&'OLDIIAM, Attorney s-at-Law, . Eipley, Tennessee. n-n"; TriiMtee Sale. Pt'RS'JAN'" TO THK TERMS OF A TRUST deed, to uie executed on the th day of Noresjiber. latii. by Karah W. Kowlkes, duly registered in the Register', office of bhelby county. Tennessee, in deed book No. 62. pages :'MI. 361 and 'M, I, as trustee, will on Toesday, the 5th of January, 1874, at the soeth sort ecrnerof Court Square, in the city of Metup'.is, Tenn., sell to the highest bidder, for oa-l). at public aumlon, the land therein desoribed, as Mluwsi Being in bhelby county, Tennessee, and in the city of Hem phis, and eoinuienoing at the point of inter section of JeQerson .treet with Center alley) thenne on the .oath line of Jefferson street, in an easterly direction. Ul feoti tbence in a southerly direction U feet, to a private alley; tbence westwardly, on a line parallel with Jefferson street.'.) feet, to Center alley i thenee northwardly, with Center alley, 112 feet, f JeSerson street, the point of beginning. XoruiA. cash. Jbquity of rodeintion barred. U. jc. MAb.111, irsriM. Hume. A' Poston, Attorneys. i.hi . Triwtee's) Sale. . BY VIRTUE OF ADEKD OF TRUST EXE cntedby flmrge C Holmes and William R. Holme, and by their reMve wives, dated November le'l, to secure a note for l'2U IA. tbe undersigned, surviving trustee, will sell at public sale, for cash, on Saturday, the 10th or January, 1874, at 12 o'clock m., at the southwest corner of hecond and Madison streets, ia the eity of Memphis, all tbe fallowing deerrihed tract of land, containing 10 acre., more or less, sit- ae In tho eounly ol Belby ann Mate ol ien pearee, being tbe eastern part of tbe tract of land owned and occupied f,y tteorge I,. Holmes at the time of hil d-ath, lying about five miles east of tbe eity of Memphis, by the i.erman t,ws road or Poplar street extended, formerly known as tbe old Mnte Line road, and being the lota number'd II. 12. li. 14. V. 1. 17. 11 and l'i. between Rambert avenue and ilish land aveaee. ae marked aad shown on and by a map or plat of said land attached to and made a part of th- said Deed of Tro.t, in dexing Uiereta the land lying betweeo aaid lots, de.i naud aa Illmes avenue, aad ail the land beleanag to tbe said tract lying east tt said hembrt avenve. Riebt of redsuiptioB waived and title be lieved to be rerftct. hut 1 sell onlv such title a as eed la ase a lrotee. Tea poroat.of toe porrbaae m',ney will be required la can wkaa tr.a proHrty is bid of, and the remain der va dsilvery ef the deed. 11. I. LLLETT, Tru'tee. DobvW 4. lrri, wt-iu AdmlnNiralwr Aotlee. IT AVIV 1 II ealriia. s itvaratd, d ACE Of TLKTTEK.3 Of AD- .' a tne .ua 'I Mtrka4 V "-t a, I p-'-".. !a4Mg te a,1 -t 1. le J sn isrnau y aa4 sl'Js the .-t le-.a kit at ar at Ilia 'M .i,l tmm La M -al I'. -J. dif e.-na -a'4. w" ,a lb i.o pr.'r,iad by ' atw, m tae aease ! I fl' iiLPALT. Ada'f f M 1 iifci, da'd. TAflO IUI-i LCCAL. AlUt'baueut Aivtlce. , Arthur Dwyer) Before John Pnelman, a Jue - is. . Ui-eof tbe We frhhalli Clias. Mullins I county, biale of Teuneaaea. IN Til M AIIOVK-TATED MUIT AKF1DA vlt r eiu.'bmeiit bavin, boea ma.lauuder section IC'A of III wide of Teanea.es. and at taobmeut having heoa laaued and rewraed by the proper officer, levied, etc.,oB th t,r"l'e'tr of d-f, ii.f.ul tl Is therefore ordered thai the aaid deloadaul make bis apiaraace before n,a, al my udiee, No. 4 Adams .treet, Meui phis, Teuoeasee, oa . Saturday, January S, 174, i at 10 o'eloi k a.m.. and d.f.nd the suit, or the nine will be proceeded with parte, aad that a copy of tin. order be publish,! in the Publio Ledser once a wek tor lour successive we-ka. IbU Decembers lsri. nt-.ei.un.ua John JlmNj J.wP Tmatee'ii Salt'. 1JURSI1ANTTO TUB TERMS UF A DEED 1 in tru.t to uie executed by Isaac raru nian. on tbe llh day of October. VSTL duly registered In the Regnler". otti-a of this county, indeed bok No. fts. page 5.W.1 wllloa Malasday, Sb lOlla r Jaaatar, IBTd, at tho soatheastcornerof Court Square, in the city of .Memphis, Tennesaee, at public outcry, soil te the highest bidder, for rash, Ihe prop erly therein described, as follows t Being in in I Shelby eounly, Tenneis, beginning at a stake at the southwest oorner of a T SMif acre lot. In the name of Willo Williams: th.no south MV . two hundred aad ninety-three liAtf fnavt. to tho margin of the Mississippi Wren Ihence up .aid river with ineandorings, north MS" et, seveo hundred and thirty KT) feet, to a .takes theoce aorth MV degrees, two hundred aad aeventy-flve feet. Uta stake on west side of block U; thence .onth 4S west, with the west line or said block, seven baudred aad tea (710) feet, to the beginning. , , . :, Torn., of sale, cash. Equity of redem jitloB barred. Title beliered to be good, but I .oil aud eonvey only aa Trustee. 11. D. Rl DKLXY. Trustee. Humes k Poston, Attorneys, , Sl-113 Trustee Sale. PURSUANT TO TUB TERMS OF A DEED ol trust to me executed by id. R. Harris, on tbe 24th day of February. IHTii. duly regis tered in the Register', ofbee of (Shelby comity, Tennessee, In deed book No. 74. page 6, 1 will on Monday, the 891b f December, 17S at the southeast corner of Oeurt Square. In i the eity or Memphis, Tennessee, .ell to tbe highest bidder, for cash, the property therein oon veyed. being in bhelby ooanty. Tennessee, and being lot number five (5) of the sub-diTifiooof that portion of the tract assigaed to the Harris heir, in the division between .aid heirs aa Van Dyke: said lot oontainiog Ko tsH-ltaj !rs and being 38 M-lul chain, on the pf.rth, 8 tiu- i. .. -i. ..... - . 1. . .... j,i ii. IDA .V.:... , 1, . Iimcuaiu. vn iuv.m.i i' ,i-jw i ii.iu, vu hum south, and 8 78-100 chain, on the west. Terms of sale. eash. Rquity of redemptloa barred. Title believed to be good, but I will sell and convey only as trustee. Bt-itu if. n. ruaACj, Arnstoe. lNo.07 R.D. i . . Xon-ltcsldeut Notice. In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby VUUlllJ, ASUI irinkley ) leny et al. j . County, lennoMoe R. C. Br in vs. J. M. Tomeny AN ORDER HAVING BEEN MADE IN thi. cause en the l' th of April, 1S73, sug gesting the death of W. 6. Huntington, and an order of revivor made by .cire facias against Fanny A. Huntington, widow, and W . 8. Huntington, Jr., his only heir, non rosident of the State of Tennessee: it is therefore ordored by tha Clerk and Master that they make their appearance herein, at the court-house of tbe Second Chancery Court in the eity of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday in January, 1874, and .how cause, if any they have, why thi. suit should not be revived against thorn; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive week., in the Pub lic Ledoxr. Thi. December 2, 1873. M. D. L. MEW ART. C. and M. Byflgo. Malliky. Deputy C. and M. Humes k Poston, Solicitors. 79-85 91-97 Trustee's Sale BY VIRTUE OF THE TERMS OF A TRUST deed to me exocuted by John 0. Saint, on the bt day of March, 1873. duly registered in the pegi.'er's office of this oounty, in deed book No. 93, page 215, 1 will on . . . t(lnalajr. Janissary 7tn, 1B74.' within legal hours, tell to the hipheet biddei . for cash, at the southeast correr of Ccsrt Square in the city of Memphis, the propeity therein described, as follow.: Lying and being in hhclby county. Tennessee, thus ee scribed : Being part of block 38 on plan o Fort Pickering, and beginning at a stako n the south line of tieorgia street, 60 feet west ol the northeast corner of a lot .old by Michael McNamee to 8 Caro, by deed dated 13th d y of May, 18A7. registered in book 29rpaal.'4. of the Register', office of this county; tbence west with tfoorgia street, 11 'J feet more or lor., to the east line of the property of the MissU sippi and Tennessee railroad company; thencr south with said railroad property to a stuke. 170 feet; thence east, on a line which is tbe continuation of the south line of said Caro lot. to said Caro lot and with it. south line 41 foot, to a stake; thence north 17t) foet, to the begin ning. This is the description of the whole lot, and tbe whole thereof, except the north 40 foot with a depth of 118 feet, mors or less, is to bo sold hereunder. To suet) trust deed roforence is made for groator certainty. Term, at sale, cash. Equity of redemption barred. Title believed to be good, but I will sell and convey only as trustee 7122 D. II. POSTON, Trustee 1961 A. D.J Attachment .Notice. i R. C. Brinkley, use ofR. B. ' fn the 1st Cir Hno-run and H.L. Brinkley, R. E. M. Bennett. cuit Court of Shelby County, Tenn. TN THE ABOVE NAMED SUIT AFFIDA 1 vii for nttianhment haviop been made under section of the Code of Tennessee, and re turned into Court, levied upon the moneys, goods or effect, of the defendant in the custody or possession of 15-1), names, nna auiuavu having been tnide that the defendunt is justly indebted to plaintiff in the sum of 7.VI, by ac count. and that defendant has removed or is re moved himself ur property from thi. State, or has reuiuved or i. removing out of the county privately, or i. concealing himself so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him. or has absconded, or is absconding or concealing himself or property, or has fraudu lently disposed of. or is BDQat fraudu lently to dispose of hir progeny; tt 1. there fore ordered that (aid defendant make his personnl SPPearune herein, before the Judge of the First Circuit Court of Shelby county, at tba court house In the city of Mem phis, on the third Monday in January next, and defend said attachment suit within the time prescribed by law, or tha eauie will bo proceeded with ex parte; and that a oopy of this notice be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the Purlic LvixiKx, a newspaper in the city. Done at oQico, this SStth day of November, 173. 1). F. COLEMAN. Clerk. McFarlaud A Goodwin, attorneys for plain tiffs , 77-s.l-8y-y5 SHERIFF'S SALE or Ten Cotton Glna, -at 87 Jefferson St. XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT BT iX yirtue of an order of sale to me directed from the honorable First Circuit Court of Shelby county, Tennessee, In the osseof J. V. Patrick and Rayner A Whitfield vs. TheCham r.ion din Company et al. judgment rendered on the rlth day of Decembor, 1173. for the sale of the property heseiaafter mentioned, for the satisfaction of judgment, with interest and cosu of suit, etc., 1 will, en - Saturday, 20th of December, 1878, At 11 o'clock a m..In front of the cotton ware house oi T. F. lobia. No. S7 J offer so a street. Memphis. Tenn., proceed to sell to the highest bidder, for eash, the following described prop-; erty, U-wit: ; TM t OTTOS CSISS, . Levied on aa the property if .efendeatA.Tha t h.implon tiln Company. E. W. Wiiaon, Pres ident, U satisfy said jade-meat. Interest and ro.ts. fcade le) commence at 11 o clock a.m. W.J. P. DOYLE. Fherilf of Shelby county, Tenn. C. W. Fraaer. Attorney. Bt-M Attachment Xotlre. Jamr Hough Before John f pelmaa. 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