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LOUIS HANAUER, J. M. PTIGREW, R. P. B0 INS. b President. Vice President. Secretary. Home Insurance Co OF MEMPHIS. JMIllSCTOJtSt LOUIS HASAL'EK, UKNUY WETTER, F.y.FHME, L. 1!. JiATOX, JJ.t'.PEAUCE, E.URQl'HART, J. W.UICKIXSOX, J. M. FETTIGREW, I INANCl! COMMITTEE: u it vi'TT" . . Or H. K. Mette & Son, Chulraiiin. lii ;r sriiwiB Of Schwab Co. OfElT.H.rrex&Blch. PUBLIC LEDGER tffflcc : So. 18 Madiso ' ' MEMPHIS F0ST9FFICE, 0TO.flouFHO..r.ro5.-.i8o.,. Arrives. Closes. . a.m. 1 1-.. 1 12 -f .Vemhis Ohio R. K. I 11 .Of) 3.301 Twice Daily. I 8.2(1 s.ao ,11 CO 1 1 tLamnni!avuii"f"H 1 11.55 ; 12 1 r.. r. un-ij I Mi!iiivi'1 TenneS- 2.25 8.00 11.40 jMemubi'sALittlcRoek 12 1 B..K.-D;.lT. (Mi'f. river to f.'e'.'naA I SOl Friar's P't-daily. ( Vi kfhe.rtiftri-weekly) J 30 MoB.,'fImrt.,Ht.. fM.ss. river U St. Louis 3 SOt Mnn.Thnri. Fri. . I White River r-emi- ( Srkrirer.ieml-ireektyl 3 aol Tuesday a r.-iy Marion (t-i-weckly) Mnn..W"ed.,Frt. f Cuba, Tennessee 1 weekly Friday. 1 ErbMi.-iAOlivel'rtuieb. 8 SO t Taos, and rn. 3.30 IAMUVIC PIBOTOKI. k,, Wvhi. No. 118-meei. id Friday 5onrwii. i Mwiuon and ?ee- 0 en. l P.Uan. ff. M. ; A.J, V. heeler. Snd. A.V. L-avU V. M.s K. Goldsmith. SnrL-o" Vo. -raeets M Friday of each moVth-OddViW Uall. Ben. F. Price. V;; nu im-tueiU 4:h Fndayof McVnin-ilh-af fouth tartu null, .er f Sladitoo and Second. Richard Craighlon. W. M.; Louis Crapfki. Secretary. .oval iW. i. raim. No. 2i meets id Monday o( J""i""d elW Ual. D.R.IW.r. iK odd .oreury. Ecrhka Coosri!., Nn. e-meetsSd T?10?" day of web moo'h-Odd Fellow.' Hall. C Koder. Tb. III. i 0. H. Mjm, Kee. TIMFL1ES. Ctih5 CoMWiif DitT. No. 4-moeti tfh Mon -iayof.oiwh month. Geo. M.Uenb. Com. i 1. 'CxrC-j or Ko.j Cjoj,. lth So. Itnsoa. d. tee.". rO. O. r. DIRKCTOBT. rfww Odd yellowi.rtHall. eoraer Main and North Court .treetj. J.OD8IS. Mi(-ht LonoB. Ko. o-niet erery Taej eay A. W. ewiu.N.O.: ieo. W. Fmith. V. a." E.O. Milton. becreUry; t. V Kifk'. dy nieht. tieo. W. L. Crook. N, John .'arrow. V. U.; K. K. Hnli. V..r.: Tbomai b"'n"t. B.: rf.l).Connlt.Trinrer. -V,Ir""rNo.in-n,eBU.ver,FrH,y F. tMrr. P. and H. 0.: Ueore A. W rin. Traacurer. 0IO LOIMll Kv?ai Dasaici Lodc So. 3-meetj l SatordT of ech month. Cbi. M. Carroll. l. M ; D. 0. Trader. I). D. M. : ' Mathewr. A. 1. !.; T. 6. Binhm. 6ecre ury; K. K- Jack. Treaoxer. tUCAKl-UKXTS. Gatoso Ffiiirxt?. Ku. 3 mee't om tie lit axd Sd Thursday night of each mon t a. K. F. Aleiandor. C. P.: . VV. Slaihew. U. P.: J'.hn Harrow. 8. W.; Thomas licon, b.: U. 1. Conns. 1, Uan'l fcUlo... J. Mkmfhis F.aCAkPMKST, Ko. iftt meeu d and thThun-iy nishu of each month. 6. . Knuth, C. P.: C. U. Piifrhke, tl. P.: P- J Millard. B. W.; T. Is. Jokef, Treasurer; . I?. Korth, bribe; E. K. Jwk, J. W. jHIUHTft OF PITH I A. TrmmW" Sb. S MeeU . W ednefday hiibt orr AdaUif i-et Krigine llonee. rir. itreet.! C. M. Ualy. C. C, C. K. Hien, V. ;J. F Hain. P.; A. Uuon. M. t k ; II. Lin iwdt, M.ol J. t .iieener.jr., k. ot K. and to. . JT lilted Anient retr ul DriMi. r .... n...rm Kn. 1. V. A. 0. D- m. nt. t tin lfrnid Hall. No. tl fcouth Conn ireet, on the 1ft and H Tuesday evenint in m.r mrmtK. J. .s. Heilirera. A.; J. -ehleT. V. A.: F. W. Jtiittinhu, beore- tary; John L. ti bberc. immiurer. jltm-HisHaora. No. 2 r.eete at the Umitt Hall, SI Court urecweverr lhunidayeTeaina. Wm. M. L,ob. N..: H. Oertel, v. A.i J. P. Shide. Secretary: barney ry. Treasurer. C'.ium Cihova, No. meeia atthel'ruid Hall, r Ooun trct. ea the lt end M Mm iaf ereninr in euch month. A. P. DaTi. N. A.; (iaorre W. baiter, V. A.; M. Bren, tCTM? i Jlartin Cohen. Treaaitrer. Cosoofsia S. A. Cunn. No. 1 meet, at tba L'nud Hall, on the 2d and 4th Tueaday etninir'nn each month. J.Beehler, . p. A.: A. Uiuleld, beeretary. J O. B. B. PIBKTORT. i!T:iTORAynLoDcr.?to.7 A. K. Frank ai.J. ... N. A.: LewifNVeiler.v1.fi. tieneral Criitniltee meetf at the call of the (i. N. A. Kirmii j Lnmii, No. S" -Daniel fcehlox. Pre.idrnt: Iraae hchwab. fc-retary. MeeU .very undar t f a.m. at itf hall, aorthweat r,.'ner .-ond and A'inmf ureeti. liiliovRL L.'Ih,k. No. l'V !amoel Ilirfrh. Pre.id'-nt; Joe. UHrnbera. Hecretary. Meet every 1 oetday e-ening at hail, north weet eor pr f'ond and Alamf it'eutf. s.aca Tc.-k l-"ix.. Nn. l-2 H. h. Lee, Pre-iint: Inward .iold.mith, Sereta-T. Si eetx every ednefday evening at ball. north fleet corner beoond aid Adauu atxeeu. tpEk.t,a.At'K rJOtltTT. s'.TO.i Trri oy H a T. ICo. wieete atury Iuer ni;Vit at hall of Cyrene Ce m a.tiri, .o J-l 1 root it. C. L. L, W. C I I'. . Lsu."'i W . T. ; Jue 11. he- i mm ii- a. OfNchoollleld, llanaufT A-Co. , . . Of H. Welt M' t'o. . . Of F. M. Whit..- &Co. . United States Jlu.tlial. Of Pearco, SugpH k Co. Of E. Urqulia I Si Co. Of DlcliiONOu, Williams 1 Co. Of Ediuondtt, Pettlgre v & Co. MUNICIPAL. Adjourned Meeting of Council. the General tOBHO.V tOlSCIl.. lorriciAL ru-oet.I City Uall. Mkmpbis, January 8, 1S74. At an adjourned meeting of the .Mayor and Common Council of the city ot Memphis, held Thursday, January s. 1ST4; Present: Honorable Julio League. .Mayor, . . ji,..: llB.;n V.lch Hnlltf. Chafe, lli'ebn.Tuther, Konch, Keck.Uoufton, J llms, nappea.liarvey.iiuu., , Inds. Walters. Woone and Morti, Coiineilmen. . I.-:-- nnnAn..rt Ilia rhairmun A quorum uciuk u , " took his se:it, called the memberi present to .. J i 1 .1. . II 4" l'n,..il,nan nmllaail orner, ana unu ihb ru v vyuHyi..- v....,-.. Dcreupuii count'innau uuuwu awww sworn iundtook hi. seat. Louneuman v. n. iwu Committee on Credentals be allowed lurtlier time, oranten. When Councilman A. J. Tuthermeyed that i,. (,,neil adinura until Fiiday, January Hth, 174. at " o'clock p.m. Curried unani mously. City Jlcginter. City Hall, Miyeaui, January 9, 1874. . , .iiir.iipn.il meeting of the Mayor and Common Connoil held Friday, January , 1S74; Prefent, lion. John Loague, Mayor; Messrs. Chairman Hewitt. W alfh. Kelly, Chase, Boehn. Tuther, JR.mih, Keen. Cloui ton, Thomaii. Happek. Harvey. Hunt. Car penter, Hughes, liarrindt. Page, Walters. Sloono and Morti, Couuciluien. A ouorum being announced, the Chairman took his seat, called the members present to order and had the roll of Councilmen called. KKPOKT Of THK COJdMlTTKS ON CRT. OFNTIAL8. Your Cemmittee on Credentials wonld ro t iwctlully report tht .s regards the matter of the protost against li. K. Taio, Councilman elect from the Ninth waid, that wo tind the chnrge made against Jlr. Page, namely: not having refilled in the ward fix mouth' previ ous to the i lectiou. not suftained by tho par tie, proteftins- againtt Mr. Page, andtfjat lie is gualiried toa t as a member of this Council. Ilia the matter of Mr. iluone. Councilman elect trom the Tent J ward, we find that be alfoif elligible. t'. A. BrJLIlX , Chairman i ouiiuittee. It mured and recouded that the report bereeeiyed. Adopted. ....... It moved and ncoad.d that the Coun cil sojourn to Monday, January 12, 1S74, at 7 o'cleck p.m. nt , K, Bll.lt aao.T, -liy i.egi.-ier. Citt Uall, Mkmphis, Jannry S. 1874. At an adjourned meeting of the Mayor aud i....r,i ,.r A i,lrinen. held Thursday. January sth. S74--present, Hon John Loague, Mayor; Mers. Chairman Lee. Dwyer, lioobins. Davie, Malalcila, Ient. Hiilsman. Doyle and Colligim, Aldermen. A uuoruiu being announceii, ioe v uairuitri took hi feat, eelioa the members present tu order, and bad the rull of A ldermen called. tt ben the report ol ino . oinrouico on vre- dentials was read. Vonr eoiiiinittee beg leave to report that they have bad no reason to doubt Ibe eligibility ol any member except Mr 11. 0. lient, of the Fifth ward, aud the above trstiuoiiy are have obtained and rerpectfully leave it toyourlmn braele Hoard to decide the ouctiiin. ,1 . 1 . Ill bL.?Jl fti , . nairioan. Report received hy Board of Alderman Jan uary IK4- a ol.-rtiiun llwiar moved that the feat of H. II. IJenl. Alderman ol the Sixth ward, be t claren VAcant. Lost. i'.erolved liy the tieneral Council. That a com mi l Use of Ave from the Council and three from the Board of Aldermen be appointed t-J regula'e the falarie. o; city officials for the next two years. Council ..'ouimittee Mesfrs. n al.h, Chaie, Bjriods. Tutber and Page. Aldermen Com uiltee -Motsrr. Hill-nun. Collican, and MjI aleta. . , Adoirted ny Louncil ana concurred in oy poard of Aldermen. January 7, ls7l. WLti Alderinun Davis moved that a com mittee lof U, roe be appointed on officers' bonds Carried. CominitUe - Mcsrrs. llavis. liwyer ana Doyle. , , , W bea Alderman coingan movea mat tne Board so, inte an olectioo for permanent chairman. Alderman oll.taa nominated AKleruian Paris, and Aldermau HilUiuan nomiuud Alderman Iee. When Alderman Dont moved that as the Fixth ward bad no representative, one t hould iy elected neture going into an election lor Prriuaiirnr. chairman. iVlouon auopiea anil r, nail aivctcu AlderuiAn ol tbcSiatb ward, and being sworn in I'V bis honor Mayor Loague, took his seat. W heu an election was cone into fo nerma nent chairman. Aldermen Daris and Lee be ing again put in nomination. Twanty-riue ri.llotji having been taken w ithout any result. the liord adjourned until 7 o'clock p.m. r ri dv, Jauuarj t'tii, le7t. TJ TIT'TI 1 T)TJ P. I), Ull III' , City Reenter. City Hall. Msvi-hm. January 0. 1M74. At an ad'ourned meeling of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the city of Memphis, held Pnday, January l, 174. there were iires nt Hon. John Loague, Mayor; Messrs. Chair man Lef, Dwyer, Bobbin., llavin, Matatefla, Dent, Bali, jiilUuian, Doyle and Colligan, Aldermen. A tnoruw being acnonaead. the Chairman took bu seat, called the members prefccnt to Ifcrfier aid had the roll of Aldermen called: when, oo motion, the Board went into an elec tion for pvrm.nent Chairman. Nineteen I. allot having been taken wiihout any re.ult. Alderman Dent more l th.tthey rvr,.!rt the election for permanent Chairman and proceed tt other business. lue ( ity Attorney baring been called on to decide whet.er this could be done, ftxted tbal the Board tnut elect a permanent Cuairmaa before prntreedint lo Km ir bmine.t. wbere apoe tiie balloting was continued. Ihatbirty fislb ballot terminating without any result the Lurd .l'ourned le Monday, January U 1S74. at " o'clock p.m. -. K. B1CHARDS. Cily Regi,t,r. The Rocky Mountain News (KT, that mtllious of butfaloei must have been killed duriiiz the Itat iummer alone, Tbese are rather high figures, but that paper cites as an instance of wholesale alaiigtiU.r the fact that ene party ot six teen hunters killed -,0f0 bu Italic! du ring the summer. Tiie bides alone were utilized, and tbe plains are stij to be dotted in some place, with the carc.sfos of (be animals. The price of bulUlo hide, has been greatly reduced by the large supply in the market. Two year, ago hide delivered at a railway station was worth three dolla-s, cow a distinc tion is made according to the .lit of the hid, wbica satw worth from one dollar to fori ceotA ata. Horeery la Hitrllnlqoe. Prom lUrpor'l JlaKuiinc.) St:rfnry, or olieuh, ia extsiiBivcly practiseil by llic orvulo nnd norro popu lution of nil lbs Went lu.il Inlands, in .ite of nil the etlorts of tbn civil and rclicioua RUlhonties lor iu 8inprcaio Tin. sort-oror i(t RencrMlly aoniti person nupnrior in unnninR and other qualities lo llie ih of the iii'Crn population, and is iiold ir. jrat dreitd and veiiorittioii by tliosi! ovivr whom lie in supposed to bold a mysterious power lor Kood or evil. Under the prnlftition of thin dark anptir atltln.ta (,ia liu in tililn t.n romniit or ill' i BtiKUtu the most ulroc-imiH urimea, a a no negro, and vry lew wliue pcopiu, wm ! voluntarily testily iitfiiiimt all oheuh man, ltnl ho or bin accomplices nl:ould take stiniiiisry venneancn upon lbm. These lorcere.ra are employed by tier koiis who have Krudficd againsl their neiiihborn; and as inqii!ls on the bodies of negroes are riu oc-urrences in MHrli ; ; nrillor 111 the world for the obeah man lo Inrnish a cus-; toiner with the poisons h" wania in onter to get rid of rii.mo one whu may have wronnedor offi-nded him. But such is the terror inspired by these sorcerers in the minds of these ignorant negroes that it ia not ulwavs necessary to resort to actual poiHoninif. A word; a sign, u loo. from the obeah man is enough to strike his victim with mortal horror, under the influence, ol Wiich many a poor creature hns pined away into his grave. It is "''i tmkt sorcerers are not only very skillful iu preparing unisons lobe administered wnh food or dunk, but that some ol them curry a small plobulu ol serpent's venom und.-r a sharpened finRer nail, by which they can inllict death with a slight puncturo of the flesh. - These are dungerour customers, aud tbev are rarely meddied with. The sale of charms and love powders is also a part of their business. SFSCIAIi NOTICES. ll'ATKVr SiHII'PIXW TA44SJ Over Two Hutidred Millions have Ibeen used within the past 10 years. J.itVintif cnmnlRint of loss by 'lag becoming dotacneu. s '""'": " llnblei for iiiHrUliia; 4'oiton Hivlea han inj Thsi In use. All txpress Com panies me them. . Bold by Printer, and 6tattoneri Bvery whera . JS-eod-lifc. Kotheri, Motliorg, Kothera-Don't fail to procure MH5. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING svnfP for all diseases Incident to the period of teething in children. It relieves the child from pain, cures wind eolic, regulates the bow els, and by giving relief and health to the child, gives rest to the tnothir. Be sure and call for " Mrs. Winslow'. Soothing- Byrup." For sale by all draggifts. 100-wsm-xvii-99 GROCERS. SPICER & RYAN, GROCERS, 35l Iniia Street. Crosg k Black w ell's Pickles Pints .nd quarts; 50 casks just arrived from New Orleans. Colman'a Mustard's Double superfine; all sites. Reiff 's Minee Meat- A fresh lot. sweet Cidcr- By the barrel or rallofl. Street. Mountain Butter From East Tennefsee; ale verv ehaice West- trn butter. Choice Apple A food supply. NEW BUCKWHEAT. Syrups nntl Molasses. A large lot Cut, Loaf and othor refined Sugars; chaker Sweet Corn; bhakor Brooms, a large lot: with a very Inriro general stock. Hl-lifi HI'I'-Kt k RYAN. PRICE, JOKES & CO,, JOB PRINTERS aio aim i Blank Book Ulaiiiifactiirers NO. 12 JEFFEBSOX ST., -t Ml K at F II I ft. THE :OLO RELIABLE. V JZ A. IV Ii L I N ISttOK niXDEIJT, IjJank Book 3Iainif;ietory Aal IPKIXTING HOUSE, I 15 We&t Court sti-oet, Haiphis. . s4. v, TOOF t i rroprleto KM I A ft BOOKS BOVKD AXD MANUFACTURED, fr.-nj a r.rs ii u the dut kii in ' tse country, the nem tbarkal But excepted ia Quality er vrv-. '! Blaah Beebe a ae-rllly. I est PROFESSIONAL. DEATH TO DISEASE. l)lt. ItAl.l'alt, The man hiu we hare all read about o liiueh. in Inoalod at 100 Jcfl'erson Micet, Memphis, IVnn., And U iiorforinlnf areat ourei hy I lie ufe el Herbs. I NKINITK WISDOM HAS PK0V1DKI) A I remedy for ovory tlifeai.e that man or wo man in heir to. by the viitnble mutter of tho earth, and when judioiotwly lathered, en riched in iiii'diial virtue, and skilfully ru 1'iiredand adiiiir.iitred, they never fail, ho IhiMo nllliolod orKullerinK from every HIbosto Klnitevcriio and aoe the Duotor. lou will find him to ho a mon; fi-iontiflo man, endowed br outiire nd art to relieve you of ur lhysioal uilmente. Inntead of (IrantinK throuxh a lenKthonad "lino of fulToriiiit anil misery, aei'iy " ". ' inim o. "r' fool confident of bnviiiK your nl. k n'"j or dm ene )niinil'y- lately and r-ermanently oured williout hall the cxpeuce Httending: whore the ili.pj.so I;. .urfd init.-Rd of reninvr-d. li'S t SUStffSsf ur.ni'JticiaYv Jibjncoi'A tuic ,si'j:cu'jcs HAVR PlltiVl'.n, J'tloM TUB MOST ninl'le rxis vicoc , ml enl.io nui,c.ii. f-'iliiTile, 1'ioiepi, i.ovu-'nt. i,u,l lu-h'ilile. 'Vher am thoonly meilicin- pr u-Mily intniCd to po:mt;r UMi w simplo tint tt, i f.ienot lhi nnclu ill ujliif llicm : e h inil'" to 1h. free from dm-'r; ned soelttiiciit es tolwi iiIwhv. rcn.iKle. They liave tho highest fiimiricinl.ition titim all, and will uhvuyi render stii m ii !i"ii. 1'iicc, iu i.irjelhree-Umchm iuls, V 'III d:t ':tionn : N. CurM. Cent I. ! vers, Cono'sl ion, lnioinvmiiliM, , '1. tVorius, Weriu lever, Worm folic, . , li. S'rylntf-Colle. or Tei'lluuifOf 1 iil.mt.., 4. Ifiurrlurn, ot I leioien Adul'., . !l. Iye:iter', liii, inf.'. l1ill''"sti'liu, . II. 'liolern-:lnv!lM, t'otniling, . . . 7. s'ouarikn. t ol-ls, Jiionchi'is, .... 8. Keuralrrla, 'iVsiiliui'lic, Fiu e.e Vc, . . 9. IIen.tr -.Ilea, Si. k lle elu. !,.., Ve.i-.-o, . 10. lyi. pta, Bilioim Kio,ii n!i. . . . 11. Hii'ii nr 1'iiiiii il I'n io.li, 1J. Wliitca, too Pf-'Cusa I'i l :-l3, . . . l.t. c'roiip, Coui:)i, I'iili-ull lUeiuliiti", . 14. ftinlt ltl.ctim, Krjsiis lns, Eni" i.ns, 15. Itlieumntlsm, llhcumulu' Piii'i-, . . 16. fr-evcr nnrl Agne, t 'lull ie.ei, Allies IT. 1'llca, Muid or luit-liiiir, . . . la. Oiilit hnUny, nod ISore or Wen l yes, . 19. rntarrh. Acute or t hron.o Inuuenni, . SO. Whooln(T-ough, ViolentCouisli". , 21. Aithma, Oppresd Pi eiitluptr, . . . ii. Ear SHaehnrRea, ImiKilrcd Heanntr, , 23. fterotnltM Kiilawd OmriiU, hwcinm.- . "4. general liebili'y. Physical euku.-ss, , 55. propay and Scaii K-cn-l ions, . . . . 5(1 ca.Mr.liu, Kwk-iosa ftum lla'-e-iu, . ,ru.. i,i..,,nr. tlravel. & S"-nV,a i,el.lllt7.Se.nmal Wcakncv, orInvole.Htiirvl.!f..hu:ve '"J 9. Sore IMoiith,' 'anker, . . .. . f i iTrlnnry V.aaiaa.WeHi:u.'tli.'l-sl, ; It l.ai...'ul Pert .l- wl! . . M Si! rX-rr.'l 6o:. Throat Si! Chrouio C onBe.t.oia and Lru:,t,ou, Is, FASILT CALL'S. C.ae (Morocco) will, above 35 lrB. viids . .n C'ar" C remedte, are act by the "nn", "V. of charge, on receipt ol price. Adtlreaa Mumj.hw.s'p8?eojflodlrJne0ot And by H. C. Steever A Co.. Second St., oorner Madison; Andrew Kenkert, 120 Main St.; F. W. Vigus, Is? Poplar St., Momphts, Tens. SEKV4IVS IE11IMTT. Adeprcssed, irritable state of mind; a weak, ..K.il.liiri fAnltni.; tiA.n.T.vnr.ni. mation; confused head, woak memory, ofton with debilitating, involuutury discharges. The consequence of excesses, mental overwork or indiscretions- 'i his Nervous Debility finds .sovereign nnretn numpnrey s rioineupnuuo Specific, No. 2S. It tones up the system, ar rests discharges, dispels the mental gloom and .lA..nn.lAn..v ,l rulnvnnalA. th. AntirA teiu. It is perfectly harmless and always efti- CienL. 1 rice en, lor fwiiii. ,,i u.(,aw and a large il vial of powder, which is impor tant in old. rerious cases; or SI per .ingle box. bold by all Druggists, or sent by mail on re ceipt of price. Address Htuthiikys r-PRCmc Homkopathio Mkuicis. Co., No. 6fi'2 Broad war N Y. xviW-tuf-xviii-kit . . .. . 11 "".'.umaLMH Trustee's fSsile. BY VIRTCE0F THK Tl'RMSOF A TIUIST deed to me executed by Joseph Frausioln on Hie 11th day of June ls72, duly rogistored in the Register'' office of this, Miclhy cotiDty, I enncsseo, in Deed Book. No. HH, page '.12, the indebtedness thereby secured remaining at the direction of the holder thereof. I will, on Saturday, the 2 1st of February, 1874, At the southeast corner of Court Siiunro, in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, fell to the highest bidder, tor cash, tho property tborein oe.oribed, n follows: Lying and being in tho oity of Meniuhis, Shelby county. Tennessee, und nn the north side of Now Madison street, being lot 1 10) ten as designate! in John i. Armour's plan of sub division of part of county lots i'.iinnd till, which said plan is duly registered in tho Register's ollice of this county in Deed Book iio.no, part first, page IT'i. and said lot 10 Iron is the north lino of New Madison itroot ii'j feot, and runs back northwardly between parallel lines, tbo curt line being 1" loot and the west line 115 (cct. Terms of sale, cash, lviuity of redemption waived. Title believed to he ttood, but I soil and convey only as trunce. 111-tu W. K. P0ST0X. Trustee, Administrator Aoliee. HAVINli QUALIFIED AH THE ADMIN is'rator ol' the estate of tleorge W. Helm, dceeased, all parties indebted to said estate are hereby notified to settle the same immedi ately; and those having claims against the estate will tile them within the luuo pre scribed by law, duly authenticated. K. F. RISK, Adm'r estate of Gen, W. Helm, dee'd. llfMliS-114-nil SHERIFF'S SALE OF DRY GOODS CONSISTING OF ClotliK, CflPaliuerea, Cloaks, Calicoes, Etc., Etc. ni BLIC N0TICK IS HEREBY (ilVCN. L that hy virtue of an nlias fieri facias to me directed fn m the Honorable Supr me Court of 'feonei.ee, at Jackflont in the case of ,. T. fctewart A Co. vs. G. Piehard A Co. and others, judgment rendered on the tilb .lay 'I April. If7i. for the sum of twenty nine huudred and teventy-fire dollars, with inter est and costs of suit, to satiffy said judgment, etc.. I will, on Tuesday, the 20th of January, 1874, at 10 o'clock 8,i!i., in Iront of the auction end eommisaion house of A. R. Franklatid. .Vol. lio an I i, Main street, Memphis, Tenn., proceed to sell to the highest bidder, for cash, a large and well assorted stock of Dry Goods, con.iitiug ot cloths, rassimeres, calicoes, cambrics, ribb- ns, cloaks, etc. Alio one iron sale, one dcik. one stove, and all the store fixtures, ftnoi. etc., now in storo house No. "loS Main street, .Memphis, Tenn. Levied on aa the property of defendants. l. Piehard A Co., tosatisly said j-tdgment, inter est amtcosts. Sale. to commence at 10 o'clock a.m. W..I. P. DOYLK. t-herilT of fhelhr County. Tenn. KAyooi.fH. Hakuovd A JnKDAK, Attorneys for rlaintirts. Jauoary tf. l7t. I'y.L rjIIKHIFF'H -OF A- rinp nioodel Illaek Mare. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HKREBY HIVES that by virtue of a pluriuf fieri feci,, to me directed from the Honorable Second Cuae cery Court of .beloy county. Tenn., in the ease of A. M. Boyd v.. H. L. Brinkle,. jodg rrt.nt rendered on the i"-th dr r of November, 7, for tne sum of ele.en hundred and eigh.y nine dollars aDd eiifhty-th'ee cen. with inter t and cou of mit, to sati.fy .aid judgment etc.. I will, on Satnrdij, the 17th ef Jaiuary, 1S71, A 11 o'clock a.m . in front of the livery and I isle .tablet ( C. II. Brackctt A Co., No. cnnd street, proceed to sell In the hi.hel bidder, for eah.one fine bluoj.j nUck mare. 1 Levied on ai tne ro,,.Tiy of defendant H. L. I Brmkley, to aalialy said iu tfiaenl. mtere-t anu roji. ale promptly at 11 o lock a m. : W.J P. DOYLK. I f tierif of Sbelny County, lenn. I Ja.a.ry . Is . ill-l TriiNtett'ti Nale. nUnS'JANTTOTllKTKHMSOH A TRUST 1 dead, to me eaocutod on the Hih. day of iOVeUlUer, imil, nj i .ma . i uu,., reentered in the Reifter'i offioe of Mhelby .-ounty, TenneHBoe, in deed book No. 62, pages :fc0, 1 and '.Mil, 1, aa tiuatee, will on Wednesday, 28tli of January, 1874, at tho a.iuthenat corner of Court Square, in the oity ot iSlomphis, Toon., null to tho highoat bidder, fur cash, at public auelion, the land therein described, ai followi: lining in Mielljy county, Tennowee, and in the city of Wem ihi, and cniuinonoing at the point of Inter-ae.-liun of Jollerxon itroot with Center alloy; thonoe on tho aoulh line of Jefferson atroet, in an eautorly direetion, U0 feot; thonoe in a southerly diroelion Hi foot, to a privato alloy; lhi.ti,,M uAntwRi-illv. nn a line nnrullcl with Joil'nrMOii ftreot.milcot., to Center alley; thenee northwardly, with Centor alley, 112 foot, to Jefferson atrr-ot, I ho point of beginning. lenns, cash. Jiuuity of redemption barred. , il. K.UAUTU. Trustee. Humes Tofton, Attofnoys. Sil-ld Triislce'M Male. BY VIRTURE OF A DEED 0F TRUST KX esuted to ino hy William and John D. Ll liott, daled July 1(1. 1S72, and r.Otrdod H the IWIIHWI I Vlll" .',iv . , . J 1 in Book No. Hd, pagu 4SIS, and baring boon re quired by tne boneliciary to execute me same, I will, on Thnriday, Janaary 2a, 1S71, Between 12 and 2 o'clock p.m.. at the south ern gato of Court Square, Memphis, Tenn., sell for cash at public, outcry, the real estate conveyed to ineby said trustdood, described as follows, to wit: All lying in the city of Mem phis, oounty of Shelby and Slate of Tennessee : Lota twouty-two and twenty-three (2.1), in block No. 20 of the Batture addition to Memphis, each of said lots fronting twonty fivo (2o) f.-et on Water strcot, and running haoA 1 IS', feet to Promenade atroot, and also the Elliott Block of buildings thereon; and ulao lots NO and 82 (city house numbers), lronting 45 foot on the north side of Real street and rimninif back 150 foot. Said lots 8D aud 82 begin on north line of Real street 271a foot from the east line of Second street: and also another lot on the comer of Jefferson and Promenade streets, being one of the lota oovered by said Elliott block of build ings. Titles beliovcd good, but I will sell and con voy as trustee. 1 1 1)7-121) W. K. POSTON. MIIKKIFF'S MALE or Valuable Lot on Xorth Side of Kobeson Street. IJUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that by virtue of a venditioni exponas to me di rected from tho honorable First Circuit Court of Shelby county, T-nnessoe, in the esse of (4innr W .Innes A- Co.. va. John L. II. Taylor and Wm. V.Taylor, stiiyor.judgtnent rendered onther.ith day of August, inn, tor tne sum of ninety-eight dollars and forty cents, with interest and costs of suit, to satisfy said judg ment, etc., I will, on Monday, lOtHof January, 1874, At 11 o'clock a m.. in front of my office. No. 351 Second street. Memphis, Tenn., proceed to sell to the highest bidder, for cash, tho fol lowing described property, tu-wit: A Certain Lot or Parcel of Laud, Known as part of Lot No. 6.in S. Motby's Sub- divisi. n. beginning on north sido of Hobeton street, 75 feet east of northeast corner of Rob eson and Qoiuby streets; thence north to Lot No. 8, thenee east with south line of said lot 2: feet two inches; thence south to a stake on Roboson street, SJ'i loet troin tne beginning point; thence west with north side Robeson street. 376 foot to beginning. Kenorded in Book 53, part 1, and page 421 Levied on aa the property of Wm. V. Taylor, as staynr in the above stated ease, to satisfy said judg ment, interest, and costs, Bale to commence at 11 o'clock a.m. W. J. P. D0YLB, 101-tw Sheriff eShelby county, Tenn. MIERIFF'S 8AI.E OF Lots Numbered 3, 1, 5, and G, iu Block l, Fort Pickering. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that by virtue of a venditioni exponas to, me directed from the honorable First Cir cuit Court of Shelby county, Tenn., in tho case of K. M. Walcott vs. John H. Hartley tnd Stephon Lynch, judgment entered on tho 12th day of August, 1872, for tho sum of one bundled and thirty-nine dollars and sUty cenU. with interest and costs of suit, to satisfy aaid judgment, otu., X will. On Monday, lilth January, 1874, At 11 o'clock a.m.. in front of my office. No. XI iiccond street. Mcmld.is, Teun., proceed to soil to the highest biddor, for cash, the fol lowing desoribed real estate, to-wit: Lets numbered 3, 4, 5, and H, in Block D, Fort Pickering, City of Memphis, county of Shelby. State of Tennessee, being the snip e property convoyed to Siophon Lynoh by Jcnn II. Hartley and John tlurley, und ree ntered in Book S7, pa go 507, of Sholby county records. Levied oa as the property of Stephen Lynch, as mayor in the above stated case, to sal iffy said judgment, interest and costs. Sale to commence at II o'clock, a.m. . v. J. P. DOYLE, lol -tw Sheriff at Shelby county, Tenn. SIIEttiFF'M MAI.E Part of Lots Aos. 3(t0 and 3G1, on Xorth Side of Webster Street. "PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 1- tha- by virtue of a venditioni exponas ... , ,i;.a..ta,l fr.ti lh. II, in Vir.t rircuif Court of Hhelbycounty, Tenn.. in the case of! .1. II. Park hurst vs. J. t). Mdwards, M. V. Holbrook.aud C.F. Bullock.'stayor, judgment rendered on the 27lh day of November. 1S72, for the sum of one hundred and eight dollars and thirty-two cents, with interest and costs of suit, to satisly said judgment, etc., I will. On Monday, UHh of January, J S74, A til o'clock a m.. in front of my office. No. 351 Second street, Momphis. Tenn., proceed to sell, to tho highest bidder, for cash, tho fol lowing described real estate, to-wit: A certain lot or parcel of land, described as follows : Part of Lota 3ii) nd fronting 32 feet on the north side of Webster street. City of Alerunhis, running north along the line of Lot 35tt. ltV2 feet to an alley; thenee west along the line of said alley, 32 feot; thonee south to Webster street; tbence east to the begin ning point, 32 feet, tu Lot No. S'9. Levied on as tho property of Charles F. Bullock, as se curity on stay f execution in the above re cited case, to sanely said judgment, interest and costs. Sales to commence at 11 o clock a.m. W.J. P. DOYLE. 101-tw Sheriff ofl Shelby county, Tenn. Trustee's Male. PY VIRTUE OF A TRli-T EXEUCTED ! O tome by Nelson Jones, of date the 31st,' day ot Doceinlier, in,2, and recorded in pe cord Book No Wl. page 52, Register's offiee of Shelby county. Tenncstce, for the pttrpoie of raising certain trusts therein mentioned, I will, on Monday, flth day cf February, 1874, within legal hours, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, Ihe following property lying In Shelby county, Tenn : Lot No. 11, in aectiun 5. township I, rsage s west of the base line of the Chickasaw survey of Mississippi, and now in the Thirteenth Civil District of Shelhy county, Tennessee: beginning at the south eat corner of section 5. with white oak and black oak pointers, and running theace west M chains and 10 linki to th reuter of the crn.aing of the Memphii and Horn Lake road with the Whitehav.n road running west, tlience north along the center ef the Memphis road lOdiains to a stake, thenc east 21 chains to a slake iu a field, thence nwrth 4 chains to a stake In a field, thenee eat 11 chains and 10 links to a alake in the east line el said aection with r. hiteoak and dogwood pointers, south 23 chains to the beginning, containing 70 acrei. Saie to take place in Iront ot No.7. Mad ison street, Memphis. Tenn. 1 itle of prnpvit, believed to be good, but 1 f hall sei 1 aud toa vey only ai trustee. T.e rii'ht of equity nf redemption is exprely waned. 1 ll-l-M R.DUDLKV FKAYsKR. Trustee. 1 ccator's Notice. H AVISO QUALIFIED A9 EXECUTORS of Richard .ughn, deceased, in te Probate Court of Shelby county, lenncss,". we hereby n.iiifyall persons having claims ngvmi an estate to file the lame wnh James ii.ll, No. W) Second street, properly authenticated, and all persens ind- bted to lame will Mime forward as I settle with us. W Ai'r; M.Kli. MILI.LK. ( i l I J PKITl'll A !l Fieculu. of l.ifharj Vaughn, deceased, I -'lyiL. - - District f West Tennsc, i la r.ankrnvtcr. f"- TIIE I NDCr.SHiNED 11ERFHY 4IVES not:. of bis apr"'liilinet aa ay-irnee f V". H. H hejvton of tne city of Memphis. 1 Shelby county, Tenneee. viihin said 1ns 1 tri't. who hs been a l-.udred a bankrupt by I the Ii'rtTt c ourt of laid l'ntrlc l Im-lU-lU la. if. 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