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LOUIS HANAUER, J. M. PETTIGREW, R.P. BOLUNG. k r'realdeut. YIee President. Secretary.. Home insurance Co. OF MEMPHIS. iiizi!:crroit: LOUIS lUNAt'EK, 1IENKY WETTER, F. Mi WHITE, L.B.EATON, Mm ('. PEARCE, E. URQl'HART, j.W.mKIMSON, J. M. PETTH.RF.W, FINANCE COMMITTEE i H. H. METTE, ISAAC SCHWAB, W. 0. HARVEY, 1HJBL1C LEDGER Offlce: No. 18 Madlso 'iwL " j EM1MI IS POSTOFFICE. Closes. a.m. r... 1 12 I Memphis 4 Ohio R. K. n.no S.30 I Memphis it Charleston 1 ft. KDailr. 1100 12 Miaeissipnl ,.1!V'1"" 11.4 MaiDt'biB Little Ko K. R.-Daily. . I Miss.rivertoVelena f 301 Friar'1 I" taany. . fVicUsburdtri-weekly) 3IW, Mon.,Thurs.,bat. (Mirs. river t.6t;,Loull a ml Mon.Tburt. rri. I White Hiver-Seml- Ij 30) Weekly-met. pm. 3 V Tuesday on11 Saturday I Marion C tri-w ee U 1 y I Won.. Wed..Fri. f Cub. Tennessee f weekly-Friday. B,aliaJr01iveBrai.CB 3.30 3I101 'iaet. ana rri. BEC1-WKT. tAnnM.' oBnrrnrKu"n. W.M., A. J. Wb.oier. Secretary. - 1rAmMU .t Monday in A"".ti at' Odd Fellows' Hall, corner ""botTnSW-- W Thursday Lit.li "TT'i?" , fnrBer Madison and hto f. A? FaJi". W. M.; J. Oold.tnUb. iTrfJSIi.' No. xW-neett M Friday of each W M.t K. W. Sheltan. Secretary. . -iV,7wiHiKa. No. R4l-tneett 4th Friday of Kv7 .ntb-at Puth Memi.hit Hall, .corner IFMSitoninSfS".'.!. Richard Creighton. W MM.s Lou" Crki. Secretary. .- Chipt". No- 22meeta 21 Monday nf . I i!onth-Odd Fellows' Hall. D.B.Por.ter. li.P.t A. J- Wheeler Secretary. -fall 3d Monday of each month. W. .iKfbiw.KK. H. P.. H. W. Kbelton. ,.iKO..a. day of each month Odd ""STi " Radar. Ih. III. I C. H. Myert. Kee. CTitiNt CnmiinoMT. No 4-rof ett 4th Mnn dav of.eaeb month. Oeo. Mellerah. Com. : T. Wm. or Host, Cao.xath, No. Charles W. Adaml. J. M. . W. . U. ' Touilimon, 32J, See.'. 1 r O. O. r. UIKECTOBT. f" Odd Fellowt.nilall. corner Main and Worth Court ttroeU. ,iiiniaDa a?"7.,K??j-N.?-??jrrBlss: . E.6. Milton." Secretary i 1. Rik. V. O. 1'aoi.n P. S.: il- ! Connell. Treasurer 1 libo. Nu. )4)-meeM erery Wed- Achtn.aa.vf.il.: U. bhillio. ecetary. lb. JM.urer, Trfapurer. . . BKNm loikji. uvf".7 .7 L ii . eitht. iraaaurer. D0lt LODOJ. MtxMUl DtOKta Lonoi No. ' Saturday of eab month, tha.. J;"'0'! Li. M ; I). C. Trader. D. V.M. : Oeorfe . Mathewt. A. L. M.i T. b. Biniham. becre tary; B. R. Jack, Treasurer. ., ... MxriHPHcars. flitoao FtfiafKtNT. tiu. J meetJ o the lit and :vd Tkurtday nighta of each montn. K. F. Alein,ter. C. P.; Ueo. W. Maibewt, U. P.: John (iarrow. S. W.i Thnmat Baeon. ti ; H. 1. Connell. T.; Uaa'l Sblom, J. W. itnrai8 KacmpuiiiT, No. S meeu d and 4th '1 hrdy nibu of eah month. l. . f mith.C. P.: C. 11. Plii'hke. II. P.: P. Millard. 8. W.: T. B. Jute. Treaaarar; W. t . North. bcribe: . K. Jack. J. W. K siuhtm or rrrniAM. X(titi Looo No. 5 Meets ,trect Knfine lloufe, -ur. heci.tia street. kC. M. Haley, C. C: C. K. McCien, V. ;J. t llatn. tedt. ,' Hi 1)1 K.; J . f ifchtr. jr'.. K. ol R. and I TbI ted Amclcat Order af lralta. r 1 i 1 it a n n u at tbe Uruid Uall, No. 37 South Court 11 reel, on tha lit and id Tueaday ereaingi in tvh month. J- b. Heilirert. N. A.; J. bier, V. A.; P. W. Buttmrhaua. becre ..... I 1 k : U 1 T ......... r C'LBaaTua tiaoTK.No. 3 miu at the lruid Ball. JO Court at reel, en the lat and 'i Won tay eTenioca in eah month. A. F. Davis, N. A.s tteorre W. Baiter, V. A.: M. llren. Cvonaoii t. A. CrTta, No. 1 meet at . . 1 . . . 1 li 1 1 . .1. J 1 j . k. r .1 A . U .....k I ll 1 If W A . I O. B. B. IUKKCTOKT. XJIB7IH TUKft.P m"". ' 1 1 ' ii.M.- and H.N. A.: Lwis Weiler.H. B. (ieneral .r . u 11 .. 11 k; a ,'.-.T,.rw. IC,. T ft 17 t'..nb Cominiliee meet i . an ..1 a...uh.em l..,tM.. A ... - I la 11 Ifiu Prp.iJcnt: Iaac tchwab, berrelary. Meet very Sunday at ! a.m. at it hall, nortbo . I ..J i.l.m. .fr.fa. .(r.mr Ti".." ' y 1 . 1 1 m a.., Ittfi NamBI Tlirapli P.ilent: Joa. lKTribert. Secretary. MMb vary Tuc'd-iy etenint at ball. Bortbweat cor- A.i.m. ,.MVt. hmn Tt Ihhh.1, N". 10 S. L. Lee, Preident: f.1arard tioldimitb. Secretary. XleeLi every U edneaday evemair athall.aorta- tve.'t curner becuDd aaa aaini aireeta. JPKBAM1B (XK1ETT. NaT Tirair; or H awe T. No. I meets , xr oiatitat hall of t'yrene Co id- . K WroDtat. f. L. I,.0n, W. V'i i lm V. T. ; Jos H. hhee K. A. ma- A u,.t :. u u arvr I su.aD4.er C. 1. her. Of Sclioolfleld, llanaiif r At Co. orH. Wellc-i Si Co. . . Or V. M. While AiCo. .United Slates Ma- ahal. Or Pearce, Xngf H A Co. . Of E. Urqiihad Ac Co. 01' Dickinson, William & Co. Or Edmouds, Pettlgre y & Co. or H. II. Mette & Son, Chairman. or Schwab A Co. or Ely, Harrey ft Richard ;un. FACTS AM) FAXCIE. The population of Greece embraces 327,809 families. James Fiak, father of the late Prince Krie, bns arrived in St. Louis, and i said to be " full of business." Bjornson has no idea of hrincing out . .nlnnv from Norway, but thinks he will come, over in a year or .wo himself. Marchetti, the author of " Uuy Bias, has juat completed a new opera, . " Gus tavo Wasa," which will he proJuced at Milan. A Liverpool hospital refuses to ac cept a cift of a 1000 until the donor gives his name. Not every one would be so particular, California papers won't publish the Governor's message on account of ils length. It makes nine columns of solid nonpareil. General Bnrpoyne's surrender ij to be commemorated at Saratoga by a monu ment SO feet square at the bBse, 10 at summit, 230 feet hiRh, and at a cost of $.100,000. i ' II. W. Beecher says there is about as much religion in the act of putlinR a horse-shoe over the door for good luck as in putting a gilt-edned Bible on a center-table for the same purpose. Mathematics is a deliuhtful science. A Maine wuiuan ate a itailon of oysters the other day for $100. After de ducting $S5 for funeral expenses, how much did she "clear? " The Iiriliah Quarterly Iteview recently arriye.l at the conclusion that one inven tion to which America may lay indis- niitalile claim is that ol tarring ana feathering as a punishment loroffenders. The Democrats of Kentucky have hnUtwl their flaz and culled out their roosters over the final deliverance of tbe Slato from debt, and a surplus of 1250,000 in the treasury.' It onlv costs $15 50 to call the Mayor of Green Bay " a royal son . of a gun," and if you want to roll him in the mutl, they will make it as low as cosistent with good local government. veirou Free rrest. The frish emigrants in America have forwarded to Ireland daring the past twenty-one years sums ol money aggre gating more than was raised in Ireland by tn for the relief of the poor, by 1,250,000 sterling. The deficit in the administration of tho Vienna International Exhibition amounts to 4,000,000 Qorins. The est't- muled cost urovided for by the 1'arlia- ment 15,700,000 ttorjua; the actual ex- peusA turns out to be 19,iQ0,tW). It. ia in U not J that out of tbe list of. complaint mad If Id;cs about ser until, one comDlaint is utiieril. and is almost always made in tbe same lan guages " They will have the last woid. This is a peculiar feminine grievance The Indiana Historical Society has annninted a committee to consult boy, liendricki UDon the expediency of re moving tbe remaina of 1'retuJent Wil liam Henry Harrison from North Bend to the Tippecanoe battle ground. The Mohammedan gentlemen of In- 11 arl nliiiut establishing univcrsitiei at Calcutta after the tnodl of those at Oxford and Cambridge. About f 50,000 was tubscribed when the subject was proposed, and money is being rapidly collected. It isn't worth while, unjer all circnm- stancet, to express your sentiments ireely, unless you banker after martyr dom. While Lyjia Thompson was capering in a St. Louis theater l!ie Other llit'lit a fnllnt.' n .t,a tttitlinCP shouted, Bully for you, old tow top! uoooa lAoruy, 100k at her kick! and they put him out. Professor Huxley, at Lord Rector of the L Diversity of Aberdetu, proposes to drop the study pf botany an-I loology trom the medical curriculum and to make the student pass whatever exami nations may be required in those studies on his entrance to the Univertity. He alo desires to make tbe study of Ger man or French compulsory, replacing Greek, tihich is to remain one of the optional subject. There are a good many people whoa hostility lo capital putiiahment is abotit aa earneat at that of a Western editor, who, after reciting, the dtwltof a poi- ft,nn!nr aa eoneliuies ns follows: "We V ..... do not believe in inflicting the death penalty; yet, wheu we thiuk of a man so utterly depraved that ho could admin ister poison Li in this iustunce, we would not raise much fuss if ho were hunt! twice." A remarkable accident recently oc curred in F.ngland by which a man was impaled by a crowbar. A number ol men were employed in sinking a slinfl, and at the close of tho day's work sent up their tools, preparatory to ascending themselves. The tools were placed in a wheelbarrow containing a mass of still' clay, in which several bars were stuck upright. The barrow was hauled up by a rope connected with the olevating ap paratus, worked by horse power. As the barrow reached the top of the shaft one of the handles struck the side, causing it to tilt, and a bar five feet long and weigh ing thirty pounds slipped outof the clay, and, falling point downwards, completely transfixed one of- the men. The unfor tunate man died in in few hours. SFKCIAL NiJTlCJfci. , UENNISON'H PATENT RHimXI TA4JS Over Two Hundred Millions have been osed witnin tne past iu years, without coninluhit of loss by Tag becoming detached. Tttey are more re. liable ror lianrmsipf a . -,. ihaaany Tata- la line. All Express Corn- panics use them. sold oy rnniers sua siauuu'ii x.u.j jjor, ' v iN-eod-lo Mothers, Mothert, Mothers-Don't fail to ...... a... 1 riirtnt crtn ,1 , xr r procure Hlus. Hiinauun o ouuiaiwa SVRI'P for all diseases incident to the period of teething in children. It relieves tho child from ptin, euros wind colic, regulates the bow els, and by giving relief and healllt to the child, gives rest to the mother. Ee sure and call for Mrs. Winslow 1 Sootulug byrup. fortaie by all draeKisU. 100-wsm-xvn-9i' PROFESSIONAL. DEATH TO DISEASE. DR. KAICKlt, The. man whom we. have all rend about so mucn, ia iuciucu i 100 Jefferson street, Memphis, 'JViiu., And is performlna treat cures by the use of Herbs. INFINITE WISDOM HAS PROVIDED A L remedy fur every diseane that man or wo man it heir t, by the vegetable matter of the earth, and when judloiouaiy gntnerca, en riched In medical virtue, and skilfully pre- pareu anu auaiiiim-icu, mi uo.o, i.ii. . those ota icted or suffering from every disense 1 . ,1 ... 4 V. 1 1 , . . . .111 will vnuiaveri' iuu " ..... find him to be a most soientifie man, endowed bv nature ana art in relieve ju ui physical ailuients. Instead of draKinir .1.- 1. - l. ... L.....I aii.1.. .if aiilTArini. still misery, aniily to hiin for relief and you may feel confident of having your eickno-s or dis ease promptly, safely and permanently cured .-.' .1.. nll.ti.tiniF wtiAri. tha WIIUUUI tlllll HID SAwur. ........... .-. disease is nursed instead of removed. Ito-t ASSESSMENT. 1874. City Assessments. 1874. TAX PAYERS MUST FURNISH LIST OF PROPERTY. Errora In AsRCSsuionts will Ie CorrectC4l. IT 13 PROVIDED BY OKDIanub: I ..n.i..A I. .1 11 1.. ll,. .llv nf Mah anil every person owning or having the control or management n( any tamilile property within tbe city of Memphis, within ten days alter being required to do so bv the Assessors, to furnish correct list, in writing, undnr oath, to tbe Assessors, of all the taxable property of overy description owned, controlled or inau BKed by biiu or hor." .... Failure to furnish tnch list in rid time makes each deliniiuent liable to fine of not less than tyi. nor more man a-v, ior uacu m? the expiration of laid ten days. ir,i,m,ni,A fAkii nmvidcs that the Assessors shall furnish printed blanks for such lists to those applying lr tiiein. Notice Is Thfrefore Hereby Given, That the City Assessors are now prepared to furnish such blank lists for 1S74 U7lh corporate year), to all needing thom; thatsuiil Assesaors l.:il -....-.l th ll.vnr'i nflii-f. t!lLV Hall. 10 receive the return lists, frem this date until Ihe PHh day ol January, ton, on or ueiore which last named named day all lists of tax able property, as required by ordinance, must be returned to thetn at said office. WM. IIIAPIV, I 1 THUS. F. MACKALL, VAtsessors, II G.DENT. J . Memphis Dec. I'l. 1"73. W-11T . d AIJENTS' PROFITS PER WEEK. S) ,uU vVill prove it or forfoit New articles IUS( p llt-'iiiun. nnuiM-r niuiii-i'i. Address W.JI. CIUDESTER.21,7 D'oad any. Near York. 4'-7 rvr Horticultural antlTHLT. atAAZIiI ' P.. 1K?1 Tn Amnrif'ii. 2 fter Anaimri. I Aucnta wanted. Hcn inrludingNov Dec. for circular. Addresi. 73,tonwsulianrllion 0. II. MA HOT, l'uh.. I.,. fore .l.i". 1. 1W74- H''h"tniit t . Vtiilr. . 4i SAFES. The recent test of Fire-Proof Safes by the tngliih Oovernmant proved tne superiority of Alum Filling. No other Safes filled with Alum and Plastt'r-of-l'arls. MARVIN & CO., 265 Broadway, N. Y., 721 Chestnut St., Phila. ?1 1 :f NOTICES. NOTICE. Oirtrt WaHtnTOi Flan vr Mmt iKat aaM't Co.. Mi Maaiton ttieet. f rriHK KTOt'K HOLDERS OFTIIK WASH- 1 iarl-ia Fire and Marine In'aranci Coin pan, are hereby notified that the ralla of r iv ir cent, made inAairutlii't, due and payal.lc .-. ol tbe l"t of K-tolr aad Nu vmlr la.l, and mai-endi-d in cone.nence of the thee travailing epujemic, will now be due an pavahle at Ihe nitice et the i nmeaev. a. ti.lloai: riveircant. balern Hie l-t and I'KO ,( Jaauary. and I't and I'xhel rai.ru arv. HT4. tiLu. W . L. Chuoli bee T. MO CROCERS. SPICER .& RYAN, GROCERS, Cross ii RlnrkTrell'a ricklcs Pints and (iuarl; 20 casks just arrived from Nuw Orleans. Column's Mustard's Double suptrGne; all tiios. Relff'g Mlnoe Meit . A fresh lot. Sweet Cider liy tho barrel or gallon. Sweet Mountain I! niter From East Tennessee; nlse very cheice West ern butter. Choice Apples A good supply. NEW BUCKWHEAT. Syrups autl MoIasseH. A larse lot Cut. Lonf and other refined Sugars; Shakor rjweei corn; bliatter iirooina, a large lot; with a very lariro general stock. m-: HlOfKK .v HVAN. OFFICIAL.. 4KlIxVA(i;, i.A.dn. ai Paving Tax of Nsvsnly ( aula, nynble lu t ',rllileiB of sttlrbletltaeasi. Be it ordained by tho Uonoral Council of the cityot Memphis: Nwtionl. That tax of soventy (i0) conts on each one hundred dollars worth of tixuhle propetty, as listed for taxation for the 4iitb corporate year (1H"3) be and tho same is here by levied on all the taxable property in the city of Memphis. Sectioi 2. The tax levied by tho preceding section shall be in addition to all other taxes allowed by law to bo levied, and shall lie col lected by the Tax Oolloetor and accounted for and paid over in the same manner nt other 'asBtion S. The said tax shall bo appropri ated exclusively to refunding such sums mid nterest on thein as nave ncreioiore Doen paii under assessments nmd by virtue ol pro- sutuoil authority in tho city on tho property abutting the streets and alleys of the city, which have heretofore been paved with the Nieolson pavement or with stone, and which assessments tho fiupreine uourt 01 mediate has heretofore, and sineo thesuid assessments weremade, declared void. Section 4. That the certificates of indebted ness heretofore issued by the city under the imivisions of an ordinance approved on the iVith day of June. 1873, when ottered In suita ble sums, snail ue rooeiveu anu unoweu uy the Tax Collector as valid payments on tho taxes, levied by the first eoction of thit ordi nance. Section A. That nothing but the certificates of indebtedness referred to in the last preced ing section, or gold or silver coin ot the Uni ted States, or other lawful currency of the I'nited States, shall be received in payment of the tax Hereby levied. Section 6. That thit ordinance take effect and tie in force from and alter its passage, and that all ordinances inconsistent with this ordinance be nnd the same are hereby re pealed. Passed first reading, when the rulot were suspended per charter requirements, and passed second anu nnai reauing oy jio.ru yi Alilnrnmn. l'assed.lirst reading by Council, and second nnd final rending by a suspension Of rules December V. lSi.i Approved December IS 1873. y-iu5 John Johnson, m ayori OKDIXAXCE, Leyylnt? a Tax or 70 cents on Writ or .iliiiHiaintiB iromuio lMsrnci i onri of the U. S., payable only In Cash. Bo it onlnined by the Ocncral Council of tbe City ot iMomphis: Petition 1. That a tax of Bcvcntv (70) conts n each one hundred dollars of tuxnble prop erty, as heretofore assessed for taxation, be and the snnio is hereby levied for the year 187)1, in ooiuplinure wilh tho writ of mandamus issued from tho District Court of the United States for the District of West Tennessee, on tho 2"ith d:iy of June, 1871, commanding the city of Memphis to levy a tax sutlicient to pay a certain decree rendered by the said court on the lMth day ot March, U'2, in favor of one Tiilmadge K. Jirnwn against the ciiy ot Aiem- i.hin wl.ieh tax shall bo in addition to all other taxes heretofore levied, and shall be col lected by tho City Tax Collector in lawtui money nf tho United States at the same time and in the same manner that the other city taxes for the year 1873 are collected, and shall be ilisnosed of in the manner prescribed ill tbe said mandamus. , - Section 'I. That tbia ordinance take effect and be in force from and alter its passage. Passed first rending and referred to Finance Committee by Hoard of Aldermen, September S. 187!. Passed first reading by Council August ft, 1H71, and refurred to Finiinee and Ways and Means Committee August 1.1, 187.1. Your joint board of Aldermen and Common Council Finance and Ways and Means Com- mitteo report in favor or the ormnanco at it now stands, and recommend its passage. It. F. WHITE, JR., Chm'n Aldermen CoiniuUtCQ, SMJOBE. Chm'n Conno'il Committee. Parsed second and Snal reading by Board of Aldermen. November 1,2th. Passed first read ing by Council, and the rules being suspended as per Charter requirements, the ordinance passed its second and filial reading, Novem ber 17. 1873. li.i.rnv.,1 hn,nmU, 19 1ST li-llfi vv.0.v w. ...... II III .1' HI !N M !N , Uln VOT. LECAL. District of West Tennessee,! . In Bankruptcy, - )" TUB liNDKKSIUNED HKREBY HIVES notice of his appointment at assignee of W. II. Wbaalon oi tbe c.ty of .Memphis, Shelby cnuniy. I'cnnestfee, within said Dis-irii-t. vhti has been adjudged a bankrupt by the District Court of suid District. l'ni-lH-115 H. D. JOKDAN. Trustee's Sale. BY VIUT1IEOP A DEED OF TRUST EXR cuted by tieorge C Holmes and William It. Holmes, and by their respective wives, dated November W, 1871. to secure a note lor S 214 lf, the undersigned, surviving trut'.ee, will tell at public sale, fur eash, on Saturday, the 10th or Jannary, 1874, at 12 o'clock m., at th, southwest corner of Second and Madison streets, in Ihe ciiy of Memphis, all the following deacribed tract of land, containing 140 acres, more or less, sit uate in tbe county of Shelby and State of Ten aesee. being the eastern part of the tract of land owned and occupied by tieorge L. llolmea at tbe time of hia death, lying about five miles east of tbe cilv of Memphia, by the tierman town road or Poplar street extended, formerly known as Ihe old Stale Line road, and being the l.i-s numbered 11. . 14, lo. 10,17, 18 and If, between Kembert avenue and High land avenue, as marked and shown on and by a map or plat of said land attached to and made a pari of th said Deed of Trust, in cluding therein the land lying between said Iota, designated aa llolmea' avenne, and all the land belonging to the aaid tract lying east of said Kembert avenue. Kigbt of redemption waived and title be. lieved to he perfect, but 1 sell only such title a. ia ve-ted in me as trustee. Ten percent, of the purchase money will be reiiiire-l in cab when the property is bid olT, aud the remain der on delivery of the deed II. T. LLLETT. Trntee. Dece roberfi.lSTX K Ul :i Trusilee Salo. I JL'RBIIANT TO THE TERMS OF A DEED l in trust to me executed by Isaac tame- L in trust to me executed oyiaaae ,n man. on tha pith day ol Octooar. 1872, di registered, in the Hcgister's ofli.-e of t coualy. indeed book No. 88, paga&.. 1 will lo. a-, uiny his lion Nalattler. SI"1 ,0,h er Jeaaary, st the oulhear.t "Jnrner of Court Square, In th, ciiy of Memphis . Tenneaaee. at public outcry, sell to tha hifhest bidder, for cah. the prop erty therein deacribed. aa follows: Hemg la in Shelby county, lenne see. beginning at a stake at the southwest cornar of a 7 il-l iacra lot, in the ram, uf Willo W illtams; thence souih M'-j' weal, two hundred and ninety-three 2tl feet. t (he margin of tne Mississippi river: thence up said river wnh meandeiine". north 1"',- east, seven hundrFl and thirty i7 !" feet, to a ai.ike; tbe"- "rih M1-,-' degrees, two buiolrrd and .evenly five feet to a stake en west ai4a of blch ibence aooih i'-i awl, with th, wo't line ef aid bhK-k. seven hundred and ten (Jlo) leet, lo the bennning. ... .. , .. l-iua ot '. caah- Equity of redemption liarred. 1 ill' Inrlievad l.i l.e good, but 1 sll and eonrey ouiy a l ru i'-. - - u. 1 1 i.t mi(V,Iii--t.-i. Hutaes Postou, Att-rnt)!. .i-lli LECAL. Triintee't, Nale. JiU HS'J ANT TO Til K TEHMS OF A TRUST deed, to ina executed on the 8th day of ovembeV 18o7. by "arah.W. Fowlkui. Ju ly reiaUred in the ljegister't ofi.ce of b I elby county, Tennessee, in deed book No. 2, pngot :m. Ml and istt, 1. as truate,, will on Weduesday, 28tlt or January, 1874, at the southeast corner of Conrtfiqiinre.ln the citv ol Memphis. Tenn., tell to the higbetj bidder, for cash, at public aum ion. the land therein described, at follows: iteing In bhejby county, Tennessee, and in th, e ty of Meni pbis, and commencing at tha point of Inter section of Jetlerson street with Center alley; thonoe on the south line of Jefferson street, in an easterly direction. 0 feot; thence in a toulhorly direotion 112 feet, to a private alleys thonoe weatwardly, on a lino parallel wilt, Jefferson street,"!) feet, to Center alley 1 thence northwardly, with Center alley, 1U feet, to Jefferson ttreet, the point of koginning. Tortus, cash, hquity of redemption barred. II. E. GARill. Trustee. Humes 4 Posto-j, Attornoys t"-' Trusitee'n Sale. ' BY VIRTUE OF THETERMSOF A TKU j I deed to me executed by John C. baint, on the 1st day of March, 1873, duly registered in the Itegister'i oflie, of this county, in died book No. ftl. page 215, 1 will on Wriluesdny, Jannary 7tli, lai74 within logal hours, tell to tho highest biddci , for cash, at the southeast corner of Ccurt Square, in the city of Momphis, the prapetty therein described, at follows: Lying and being in Shelby county. Tennessee, thus e'o scribed t Being part of blook 38 on plan o Fort Pickering, and beginning at a ttako the south line of Ueorgla stroet. HO feet west ( the northeast corner of a lot sold by Michnel McNamce to ii. Caro, by deed dated liith d y of May, 1857, registered in book LSI, page 1 1 , of the Rogister't offie, of this eounty; then.-e wost with Georgia street, 118 feet more or lei n, to the east line of the property of tho Miss'n sippi and Tennessee railroad company) thence south with said railroad property to a stake. 17Ufeet; thence east, on a line which ie tha continuation of tho south line of said Caroloi. to said Car) lot and with its south Una 40 feet , to a stake; thence north 170 feet, to the begin ning. This is the description of the whole lot, and the wholo thereof, oxoept the north 40 foul with a dopth of 118 feet, more or less, is to bo sold hereunder. To such trust deed reference it mode for greater certainty. Teruit el sale, oash. Equity of redemption barred. Title believed to be good, but I will tell and convoy only ns trustee. , 78-122 D. II. POSTON, Trustee Trustee's Sale. BY VIRTURE OP A DEED OF TRUST Ex ecuted to me by William and John D. El liott, dated July h. 1872, and reei riled in the Register's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, in Book No. 8ti, pngo 4iW, and having boon re quired by the beneficiary to execute the same, 1 will, on Thnrailay, Jannary 22, 1874, Between 12 and 2 o'clock p.m., at the south ern gnto of Court Square, Memphis, Tenn., sell for cash at public outcry, tho real estate conveyed to mooysaidtrustdced, described as follows, to wit: All lying in tho city of filcm- Lhis, county of Shelby and State of Tennessee: ots twenty-two (22) and twenty-three (Si), in block No. 20 of the Batture addition to Memphis, each of said lots fronting twenty five (25) feet on Water street, and running back I48!4 feet to Promenade street, and also the Elliott Block nf buildings thereon; and also lots 8U and 82 (city house numbers), fronting 45 feet on the north side of Beal street and running back 150 feet. Said lota 80 and 82 begin on north line of Beal ttreet 271 feot from the eest line of Second stroet: ana also another lot on the corner of Jcllcrson and Promenade streets, being one of the lots covered by taid Elliott block of build ings. Titles believed good, bnt I will fell nnd con vey ns trustee.!) l'J7-12:i W. K. POSTON. MIIEKIFF'N 8 ALU op A Valuable Lot on Xortli Side or Robeson Street. 1)UBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that by virtuo of a vonditloni exponas to medi rected from the honorable First Circuit Court of bhelbv county. Tunesseet in the cnBa of tieorge W. Jones i Co., vt. John L. H. Taylor and Win. V.Taylor, stayor.judgment rendered on theltith day of August, 1872, lor tbe sum of ninety-eight dollars and forty cents, with interest and costs of suit, to satisfy said judg ment, etc., I will, on Monday, 10th or January, 1874, At II o'clock a m.. in front of my office. No. 851 Second street, Memphis. Tenn., proceed to sell to tbe highest bidder, for cash, the lul luwing described property, to-wit: , A Certain Lot or Parcel of Land, Known as part of Lot No, (l,iB 8. Mo'by's Sub division, lieeinninar on north side of Uolinson street, 75 feet cast of northeast eorner ol Hob eson and Quinby streets; thence north to Lot No. 8. theuee east with south line of taid lot foot two inchest thence south to a stake on Robeson street, 37 feot lrom the beginning point; thonoe west with north eMe Kobeso', street. fl'A feet to beginning. Kecorde'l in Book 53, part 1, and page 421. Levied on as the property of Wig, V. Taylor, as stayor in tho above stated ease, to satisfy said judj. ment, interest and costs. Sale 1 commence at 11 o'clock ft.m W J. P. UO'.LK, 101-tw Sheriff of Shelb; coty, Tenn. MII.IIIIS SALE ii r Loti N'tiinbercd 3, 4, 5, nnd (i, lu Block 1, Fort Pickering. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that by virtuo of a venditioni exponas to me directed from the honorable First Cir cuit Court of Shelby county, Tenn., in the case of S. M. Walcott vs. John II. Hartley and Stephen Lynch, judgment entered on the 12th day of August, 1872. for the sum of one hundred and thirty-nine dollars and sixty cents, with interest and Costa of suit, to satisfy said judgment, etc., I will. On Monday, l'Jtli January, 1874, At 11 o'clock a.m.. in front nf my office. No. 351 Second street, Memphis, Tenn., proceed to sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the fol lowing deacribed real eslato, to-wit: Lola numbered 3. 4. 5. and f. in Block D. Fort Pickering. City ef Memphis, county of Shelby, state of Tennessee, being mo same prooert"' conveyed to Stephen Lynch by John II. Hartley and John Hurley, and registered in Book 87, page 587, of Shelby county reeordi. Levied on as tbe properly of Stephen Lynch, as stayor in the above ttatei case, to satisfy said judgment, interest and costa. bale to commence at 11 e'olock, a.m. W. J.P.DOYLE, l'H-lw Sheriff of Shelby county. Tenn. SHERIFF'S SALE oy Part or Lots Sos. 300 and 361, (in North Side or Webster Street. IK'BLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN, A that by virtue of a venditioni exponas directed from the Hon. First Circuit Court of Shelbyeounty, Tenn., in the ruse of .1. 11. far X burst vs. J. u. euwarus, ri. v. Holbrook.and C.F. llulloek.lst iyor. judgment rendered on tha 27th day of November, 1872, fur the sum of one hundred and eight do!. at. and thirty-two cents, with interest and costa of tuit, to tatisly said judgment, etc., I will. On Monday, l(h or January, 1874, At 11 o'clock a m.. in front of my office. No. 351 Second street, Memphis, Tenn., oroceed to sell, to the highest bidder, for cash, the fol lowing described real estate, to-wit: A certain lot or parcel ol land, described aa follows: Part of f,o: .s.l and V',1, fri.nlioe j feet oe the north side of Webster street. City of Memphis, running north alung the line of Lot .''. i'a feet to an alleyi thence west along the line of -aid aliey, U el thence aoutb to Webster street; thence east tu the begin ning point, 32 feet, to Lot No. X'o. Levied on aa ihe property of Charlea F. Bullock, aa sa ouriiy on slay ef execution in tbe above re cited rase, to satisfy taid judgment, intcreit and toils. ealealo commence at 11 o clock a.m. W. J. P. lxil I. K, tw El,..;sr '.f Shelby conMv. Tenn. JMEWJLRY JEWELRY AT PANIC PRICES -AT- August Joerss' Jewelry Store, IVo. 30-4I Main ttret, (bet, Adams and Washington.) 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