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LCL'ISHANAL'ER, J. M. PETTIGREW, R.P.BOL.ING.
PresldeuU Vice rref-ldeiit. Secretary. Home Insurance Go, OF MEMPHIS. LOUIS HANAUER, IIKMKT WK'I'TKK, F. M. WIU'IT, L.B.KATO.N, - JB. V. PEAKCK, E. UKQl'HAKT, J. W.DK KINSO.V, J. M.PKTTIKKEW, KIJViVIVOKl COMMITTEE : . . . !. H. METTE, JSAAC SCHWAB, W. 0. HARVEY, PUBLIC LEDGER OSce: No. 18 Madlso iet. MEMPHIS P0ST0FF1CE. Oyrioi Houna Faoat A.w . to 5 r.u. ; Bcsdit. Fbom 8 to 10 a.m. Closes. Arrives. a.m. I r.u. a. u. I r.u. 12 ( Memphis Jr. Ohio R. R. .1.301 Twice Daily. f Memphis k CharleurtOB 8.2 11.00 S.3U 2.15 9.30 12 1 It. K.-Daily. 1100 11.55 Mississippi lennes- eee R. R.-Paily. Mem phis k Li ttle Rook 2.S5 11.4E 12 1 R. B. J" : I Miss. river to'.'.einns 8 301 Friar's P't-dsjly. , I Vickshurr(tn-weekly) S30) Mon,,Taurs..Hat. f Mis', river t. St. Louis J 301 Mon.Thurs. in. I White mver ' oeun J 301 WeeklyTues. Sat. I Arx river, hihi-ucbh 3 30lTucFd:iy and Saturday Marion im-weegiyr . Moil., Wed., in. Cuba, Tennessee weekly Friday. ByhnliHAOltveBrnneb. "S SOI Taes. and rrt. M AHOMIO DIKECTOKT. IODOKS. Sooth M. No. 118-meeU Sd Friday month-hall eomr Madison and Sco ooaB.n! K. Pullen. W. M. : A. J. Wheeler, bABiauKA No. lS8-meeU 1st Monday In .ver? mouth.V Odd Fellow' Hall corner Court and Main. C. G. Loeke. w. B. KLlur6c..SrT:rNWt, lat Thur-day of each mo"tb-hall corner MadiaoJ aim b eoniT. A. F. Davis. W. 34.; K. CJuldsimth, BmTswn No. 299-meets Rd Friday o) eaeh month-Odd Fellows' Hall. Ban. F. Pnce. W M.: R. W. Shelton. Secretary. Kn.iriKN!KQ. No. Stl-meets 4th Friday of each month-at South Memphis Hall, .corner of Madison and Second. Richard Creightan, W. M.s Louis Ciapski. Beorotary. Prjwg Cunn, No. 22 meet? ?d Monday of .ach month-Odd Fellows' Hall. D.B.Forster. E. H. P.: A. J. Wheeler. Seoretry. Mam-HiB CHrrjR. No. 95-moeu at Odd Hows' Hall. Sd Mondav of each month. Vt . . MaTthewi. M. K. H. P.S R- . Shelton. eoretmry. . AD. . EtriitA Cotjwoil, No. C meeU 3d T1"1" day of"aeh month-Odd Fellowi' flU. O. Keder. Xh. 111.; C. H. Myen. Roo. TKKPLiU. Ctiiki CowKAKDtaT. No. 4 meeU 4th Mon day ofoacli month, (ieo. Mellersh. Com. ; T. J. Barohai, Kee. ' , Caltait Ch aptkw or Rnoi Cjoix. Mth. M. I. Charlei W. Adami. Sid. M.. W. . J H. lonilib'on, 32d, Bee.-. O. O i. "' Odd Fellowi,nHH. eoni' Min n4 Morlk Court ftreeu. I.OD018. MmphtbLod8i. No. 6-meeta J,"'" day. tieo.W. Smith. N. H.; W. W . Huni Phretn. V. O.i C. II. Pli:hke.Secrtry; K. Clli?AlToo;. No. 8-meeU.Tery Mon dayniirht. John ! arrow. N. O.J Ben rei- baoon.P. 8.: John Holt. Treaaurer. boBiutnn Lobck.No. W-meeU neday niitht. John P. Hoffman, N. . 1 Jo. "htman. V. G.: H. Shilling. beereUry; Ph. Maurer. Treasurer. B.!tR Louoa. No.HT-m'et erery Friday niH. C. UroM. N. 0.;J.'1. Lees V. .; F. H. Starr. P. and R. S.J Ueorto A. War inr. Xreajurer. DIGMI U)5; MaicrHii Dko Loiwi No. 3 m.eU M Saturday ol each month. Chaa. M. Carroll. . U. M ; D. 0. Trader. D. D. M. : Oeore W . Mathews. A. D. M.: T. S. BinKham. becre ury; K. R- Jack. Treaeurer. Qatoo EfrtMPnaiiT, No. S meet! the lit ano sa loumij ur S ih K. F. H. P. Juhn (.arrow, o. vy.; xnomu ri ii 'I' . T . ' 1 1. 1 l.tmm I W j. ; n. v. onuoii. . , iu u-'- - ; . . T . .r V.. JlJ m Ull . .1 Tl ll .: 4 th Thursday nihtt of each men to. c. it. Plin-hke, C. P.: C. GroM-, H. P.t eo. A. Warint.S. W.; II. L. Pickering.. Scribet 1. ,S. JuLti,Tre.urer; Tho. L. Risk. J. n. JHIHT OF rlTHIA. Tntmraaxl toDOt No. b MeeU U .tinAPtlnv ni.ht ufir AiiMuifl tt-eet Engine Houe, cor. becond street. C. M. Haley. C. C.; C. K. McCiean, V. ;J. F bain. P.7 A. bunn. M. o( K. ; B. tin- t.Jl, M. of F.; J. F. Fitcher. jr.. K. of R. aud S. Tjalled AmcI- Or lied Aaeleat Order ef Bralai. T. AtAVi No. 1. U. A. 0. D. meeU at th Drnid Hall, No. 37 South Court (treat, on tne lt and M lueeuay .uin in .,K -innth. J. -S. Ueiiiirert. . A.; J. ehler. V. A.: F. W. kauinahaaa. ieere- ...... Uk. f. k;..l.l.v 1 uurM AlaarBia ilaova. Ho. t m eou at the Druid Bali. .17 Court meet, erery Ihur.dayerentni. H . M, Loeb. N.A.: H. Orrtel. V. A. ! J. P. bb4de, Secretary; Barney (iry. Treaurer. ClEatbb toaoTi. No. meeU attheOruid Ball, 27 Court street, en the 1st and 3d Mon- vft. aveninva in. aaca muuim. a. r.ia.i. W. A. ! ueorire n . dbsw, . . rt. i m. k.-!. i: Martin Cohen. Treaaitrer. Coxooama S. A. Caia, No. 1 meeU at veninrs in etch month. J. Beehler. E. b. A.; A. Hitaield. bee ry. J O. B. B. nlKElTOIT, Rr.,.Tr:.if. T.fifc.No.7 A. E. Frank and.ii. ". A.: Irfwie Waaler. G. is. fleaeral Ci.mmitte mtrtf at tne can w mi " n. l...i...r n. rLS Daniel S-nIos), Pwiient; Isaac Schwab. SVretary. Meet, very Sunday at 9 a.m. at its bail, northwest comer reoiia ana aaiau sipl.. Hitipraai. Uioi.t. o. llX-smqeI Hirach. Pro.id.nt: Jcm. Irnbera. Secretary. MeeU every Tuesday e.eninc at hall, northwest eor- sier eoona ana alios ir.e'v. S:.i Trsk L..ia. X. II?. L. Lee. Pre-.deot: Klward tVoldsmiUi, Secretary. Meets every W ediii. -4j eeninf el b.ll.n-irth-wA corber Secvod ids Ada s streets. rpaPEslA&CK BOCIETT. 'ta TmrLt or H it T. No. 1-meets svry I r'shtst bail o( Cyreae C la xib ie'y, No. r "nt st. 0. L. W. C. I ; K. A. Uuiiui, W. V.T.; Jos H.aea) 4ar. P. W. C. I. ; K. F. Ki.k, jr.. W. K. 1:1 ;,0 DIHlSCTOUSi ... . . . of SfhooMeld, llanaiicr &Vo. ....... Or II. Wetter A Co. . . . . . - . . OrF. M. Wbil.- &C0. . , . . . Lulled States Ma. sliul. Of Pearce, Sugvn V Co. . . . . . , or E. I'rqnlmrl & Co. . . or JirkIuhOD,M Illliim i Co. . . . .' . or Kituiouda, PelUgrre A Co. Or II. H. Mette & Son, Chair iium, Of Schwab A Co. Of EIj, Harvey Richard un, FACTS AND FANCIES. Very, very blonde hair !b now palled " the lifrht fantastic tow." "Presents," says gentle, quaint and genial Ella, " endear absents." Speaking of Salvini, the Chicano Times remarks: "Tom is a promising actor." A semi-idiot has thrown 1500 in flow ers to a New York actress the past month. Lord Chief Justice Cockburn has re sumed work on his series of articles on Junius. The Dutch are slowly occupying Acheen, thoujeh desperately resisted by the natives. The New Orleans Times says that tax ation in that city is aimply intolerable, unendurable, insufferable. ' Omaha calls her saloon keepers " Presidents of samfjle rooms," and the beer venders rather like it. Mr. Tennyson is one of the promo ters of a new .Shakspearian society, which is projected in London. A Kansas farmer is so thorough a granger that he travels long distances in bis wagon rather than patronize the rail roads. The platform of . the Communists: " Every man who saves money must be made to divide with every man who saves none." , .. The French troops swore they never would wear the German spiked helmet, and now the idea of introducing it into the French army has been abandoned. A wealthy Buffalo lady of sixty has just married her own widowed son-in- law, and the children of the two families are now puzzled to settle their relation ship. In Des Moines recently a masked party waited on the lady president of a relief society and left with her a hand some sum for distribution among the poor. A Terre Haute dry goods clerk is said to be so slim and his head so sharp, that be slipped a rubber tip over his poll and attended a recent masquerade ball as a lead pencil. The Detroit Free Press says that if you Cre a shot-gun in any direction in thil countiy you will hit a poet, to which the Ohio State Journal replies: " We want a shot-gun." A great grandson of Benedict Arnold died at Great Mossington, England, on November 27, at the age of eighteen. He was the eldest' son of the Rev. Ed ward Gladwin and Lady Chariot Arnold. A New York journal has discovered a new industry in that city, the professors ot which it terms "file filers." It seems that there are a dozen or two persons in the city who save all the papers that come into their possession. A lady at our National capital learns " from the beat authority" that Wash ington, father of his country, wore false teeth, and the compression of the lips, represented in his portraits, is the result of an effort to keep them in place. Portland, Me., up to this time, has en joyed sleighing since the November snow. Tiie annual announcement of streets in which coasting is permitted is ollicially published, and the pastime is prohibited in other streets by ordinance. The Italian Government has adopted measures to stop the kidnapping of chil dren for street musicians in this and other countries, and ask the aid of municipal authorities in this country to compel the padrones to return the chil dren to their liomet ia Itnly. A end many Cincinnatians are sen-j sitive on the point of floriculture since J they were interviewed by a youne man I who, after exhibiting a delicately per-, fume d plant which he called the Arctic i morning glory, sold them nest packages ' of turnip seed. I The sdrocatea of a commission to de-1 vise plans for preveuting collisions at ! sea say that all the maritime nations ' will onite to make a law governing this' matter. Tie steamship owners will not ! act together in the matter, as they are , too much disposed to racing. j The house in which the great Joaquin ! MUler used to l;ve at Shaata, California, ia to be sold by auction. If we could buy this pilgrim shrine, this Delphian I valo, tliiai Mecca of the mind, we would have about all in this world that we par ticularly caro to van, Courier-Journal They aay that Governor Mosos, of South Carolina, recently atolo two-thirds of the message of the Governor of New Hampshire, and the Detroit Free Press thinka it a wonder that he didn t steal it all. The Free Press may be sure that the other third was valueless, for it has been several years since a South Caro1 lina official neglected to steal anything that was worth stealing. There is intense feeling in San Fran cisco about the attempt of the School Board to force negro children into the school for whites.. The laws of Call' fornia require that negroes shall be erlu rated in separate schools, but a majority of the School Board of San Francisco has decided that such discrimination is agaiist the spirit and meaning of re cent amendments to the Federal Constl tution. On account of the New Orleans Tow- t.ftut AaaniMation beine in the habit ol sinking obstructions in the channels nt the mouth of the Mississippi, so as to preserve its monopoly, the United States Senate committee on commerce and navigation has agreed to give the See retary of War such control as will au thorize him to put a summary stop, to such practices. A California miner, fond of whisky, attempted to ebtain, a' drink surrep titiously from a soda water bottle, which the foreman had in a bos in the wagon. Watching when the overseer had turned away for a minute, he slipped up to the wagon, slyly inserted his hand, took out the soda water bottle and swallowed the contents but just then the foreman discovered him, and saw that he had drauk a bottle of quicksilver instead of the coveted whisky. All the window glass in the neighborhood was col lected, and that miner was kept busy for two days breathing on the panes to convert them into mirrors. 1 While playing the Dutchman in Eng land at the Masonic Temple in Brook lyn, the other night, a bottle of Bengal lire which was being used for scenic effects, ignited by being held too near the flame, and exploded, the neck striking Mr. Wyrrich, who was personating the " Dead Dutchman." The latter, who was comfortably laid out, imagining he had been shot, sprang to his feet iu a very lively wsy and com menced bawling 6;t in a most ridicu lous manner for a dead man. The au dienee were verv much excited, but gradually the facts became known, and Wyrrich again laid himself down like a respectable corpse, while the spectators tittered! SPECIAL N0TICE3. DENNIHON H PATENT SHIPPIKU TAOS Over Two Hundred Millions have been used within the past 10 years, without coniiduint of loss by Tag beeoniing detached. Tlsey aire more re liable for lunrltlus; t ollou umea than any Ttf in tine. All Express Com panies use them. ooia ov rrinvere uu owuuu.n wnni . - - i ..kjiii. no Mothers, Kotiers, Mothsrs-Don't fail to ...... H.T.TMI AIIII.1 C-flftflllllUfl procure WIU. ni-natiin o suuiuuw SYRUP for all diseases incident to the period of teething in children. It relieves the child from pain, cures wind colic, regulates the bow els, and by giving relief and health to the child, gives rest to the mother. Be sure and call for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup." For sale by all drutrrist. ino.wsm-xvii-W NOTICE. Omen Wahbikotok Fmr and Marine! Inhukamcb Co.. January 15, 1874. J AT A MEETING Or TUB JHKECTUKb at this ComDanv. the following gentle men were electee! officers for the year: J.w.J KFFKKMUN, FresKlent. T. B. DILLARD. Vice President. GEO. W. L. CROOK, Secretary. WASHINGTON FIKF. AMU MARIXr. INSURANCE COMPANY Office, 5 1-2 Madison St, MempHibi, - - TennesseJ, Policies issued upon Fire, Marine and Inland rirks at equitable rates. J. W. JEFFERSON, President. ' T. B. DJ1LARD, Vice Pres'L G. W. L. CROOK, Secretary. DIRECTORS : J. W. .JEFFERSON, of J. W. Jefferson Jt Co. T. B. Ml. LARD. Cotton Factor. J. N. OLIVRR. of Oliver, Finnie Co. JONATH AN RICE, of Rice. Stix k Co. WM. SIMPSON, of Petti t k Simpson. J. R. OI)WfN. Cotton Fietor. ii. V. RAMBAIT. of K. M. Apperson k Co. IIK.v MUSIC. jHsp-tntillMlietl In 1858. E. A. BENSON'S OLD AND KEI.IABLK Wholesale Music House And - riAXO-FORTE WAKEKOOMS, 317 Main Street, i as jtow iirrxiiKu car BE'tSON k CO.'S Pianos from. t fJ) to Ur0 s-er VOIiK k SONS' Pianos fioa I W to I J0 SUT OA SLLR Pianos from.- .tfl0 to iVO - bT IN WAY ASO.VSPiaoosJSoetoliryj er M A SON k UAMLI Oraos...ll" to t "0 All warranted for Fit Tears. Also - riann) for Sale on Xonlhly Faytneitx. Old Pianos UkeL in exchansre for new ones. Together with the largest stock of ! Sheet Mime and McwicJ Kerchajadliie i Ever brought to the South. SOW 18 TIIE TIME TO BVT Conntry Merchants, Fhls eel Seminaries I ill L... . 1 ...a .... them M Laxa than New ) ark rhree, for cash. ,' or eitg aeeepiaace mx Ibirty. ami ur Bieetydaya. i ex- Pianos TuaeJ aad Rep.irel ty ceo.,- tel.IWurka.ea. K A.UFSS'iS t -17 Main Street, Mesapkis. leas. 1 PBOFESSIOWAL. DEATH TO DISEASE. rn. j.Aituit, The uiun whmn we havo alt read about so murn, is locaiea ai 100 Jefl'erHOii street, Memphis, Tenu., And is iierforminnBTeat cures liy the use of Herbs. f NFIVITE WISDOM HAS PROVIDED 1 rameiiy for every disease that man or wo men is bi'ir to, by the vcireUthle umttur of the earth, and whon judiciously giithuruu, en- i..kn.l In m.ilinal virtue, and skilfully lire pared and administered, thoy never fail. So those aAlicted or sutloring from every disease whatever iro and see tho Doctor, louwiu find him to be a most scientific man, endowed by nature and art to rolieve you of your physical ailmonlH. Instoad of drapuinir through a lenKthened state of suffering anil misery. niily to him fur relief and you may foel confident of bavins; your sicknoa or dis ease promptly, safoly and permanently cured without half the expense ntUmdins whore the Hi.en.e i nursed in.ten,! of removed. PHYSICIAN. D it . ii. o l. HAS RETURNED FROM COLUMBIA, and now resides at S53 lleruiturto Street, Where he is preparod to treat all chronic or nrivato.disenses. espeeinlly Cancer. Cancers removed without instrument orcnustio. He also treats Dropsy without tapping them. He (uarantees to give satisfaction n all eases. i - GROCERS. SPIGER & RYAN, GROCERS, 3Inin Street. Cross & ltlackvrcll'8 Pickles Pints and quarts; 21 casks just arrived from iew Orleans. Column's Mustard's Double superfine; all ies. Reiff's Mince Meat A fresh lot Sw eet Cider By the barrel or gallon. Sweet Mountain flutter From East Tennessee; nls very rh.ice West ern butter. Choice Apples A good supply. NEW, BUCKWHEAT. Syrups and Moliisses. A laree lot Cut. Loaf and other refined Suifars; Shaker Swoet Corn; Shaker Krooins, a large lot; with a very large general stock. hi-:-ih ik r. x n i ,n. . COTTOM FACTORS. COTTON FACTORS, OECEIVINO, FORWARDIXfl AND QEN- J 1-eral Commission Merchants, Let iilocK, 13 Union St., Mentplii', Tenn. All cotton or other produce consigned to us insured, wnlesa otnerwise instructed. Bag ging, rope and other supplies furnished at the lowe.-f n-nrKPi riric. m-viit-t.- MEDICAL. "Dr. Curtis on Manlio- ' 200th EDITION. Revised and Corrected by tho Author, r . ni F. CURTIS. M. D., etc.. etc. A MEDICAL ESSAY on the cause and cure of Premature Decline in Man, showine how health is lost and how regained. It niv s a clear synopsis of the Impediments to Mariinge, the treatment of Exhausted Vitality, Nervous and Physical Debility, and other dieeasri, ap pertaining thereto, and the remedies tbcroior, the results of twenty years' successlul in ao- "CURTIS ON MANHOOD.' Them is no member of society by whom thil book will nnt be found useful, whether he be parent ure ceptor or elergyiu." I London Times. Price 10 cents, by mail. Addrexs the author, DR. OliRTIS 4f-rr9f Q Trswnnt Place. Bo- ton 'In.. 4lli Grand Gift Concert! e von. tub binkfit of the J?u1Iio Library of 15 y. 0cr a Million in Itank!! AND A FULL DRAWISti ASSURED ! ! Tuesday, the 31 st or March, next. Only CO, ( Tickets have been issued, and $1,500,000! divided into 12,090 cash gifts, will be distrib uted by lot among the ticket-holders. LIST OF UIl'Tei. ONE GRAND CASH GIFT I2S0. ONE GKA f D CASH GIFT lnu.tmo ONE GRAND CASH GIFT SO.Ort) ONK GRA.M CASH GIFT 2.i.( ONE GRA2i I CASH GIFT .. 17..HI0 li CASH GIFTS, IKI.OfO each Hl, M CASH GIFTS. n.UU eoch 1.Mi,i0 M) CASH GIFTS, l.iMleach oO.lMi HI CASH GIFTS. SWeach 4D.Vi) li CASH GIFTS, 4leacn 4n,(MI MI CASH GIFTS, )each 4", mm I') CASH OIFTS, a neach fi,u :t25 CASH G I sTS. luu each :2 "' 11,(.0 CASH GUTS. WJ each .VjO.ukj TOTAL, 12.ono GIFTS. All Cash. amounting to... I,OO,000 The Concert and Distribution of Giits will positively and unetjuivocally take place on the day now fixed, whether all the tickets are sold or not, and the 2,U1 gifts all paid in projMjrtion to the number of tickets sold. PRICE OF TICKETS i Whole tickets, f W; halves, t2; tenth", or each coupon. .": eleven whole tickets foriVO: 22S tickets for !kf': H i whole tii kets fur :isl: IT, whole tlckots for $!il.i. No dis count on lew than fKssi worth of ticket". THO. V.. HRAMLETTK. Agent Public Library Ky., and Manarcr Gilt C'encett, Public Library Building. Louis vill. Kv. liK.H,.w. LrlCAL. Attachment oUco. I In the siccod ( if 11 it Court of .-helby County, I T-nn"-ie. I M. Gavin k Co.) t f , John Flatiey. ) IN THIS CA1 i-K AN ATTACHMENT II AV ing Im-.q sued out under section .U.V of the ! Code ol Tennc-.ee. and relurntd into Court, I levied ar.n a stock ot groceries, liouors etc., the property of defendant and i.y garni'li ! menl st-.inst th. eityof Memphis, idi atlida ! vit having been made that the defendant. I J.ha Fl.'ley. is ju-tiy irdrhtcd lo the plain i tifls in the sun of t) t7 .'.' by account, aad tnt the defendant. John r latlcy. re'idc. out of the State of T.nne. or has fraodu- i leatlv disposed of bis property, or is aout ! frau lalent ly to dUpo-e of it; it i therefore ! ordered that said John Flailey rusk, his per . p"Pal ai-T'ftamnce herein, before the J.idg. of ' the Se. ond Circuit Coort ol Mie!'-y County. ' at the court-hou-e in the city of Memphis. I ou the Third Meaelay tm Ma) Brat. anddrf'nd said atta.liir.ent suit tune rresi-rit'cd by law, or the same proceeded with sx parte, and that this order be published or-e a we?k. for lour i . . ,v. l,,ki. I...lr-r Done at ofl-e. Uis V-:h ir of J.fneary. - 1T. P. I'. B" 1 I E. Clerk. I f.f Qro J. C.vrsr. i , llepmy t lork. o.a.i Gsnnx. A 1 1 at T f..r I'lunv-f e..- AllH : ... J. Cmpl-ell. D. C. llaU4lail LECAL. TriiHiee'H Sale. TiTiiuitiVTTiTMKTRItMSOK A TRUST I de.d. to mi esocuted en the Kill slay of Novouiber, 1 NtiT. by Sarah W. rnwlkes, duly redistored in the Itoiiistor's odii-e of bhelby county, Tennessee, in deed book No. oa, pages Sou, ail and 3oJ, i, as trustee, win uu Wednesday, 28th or January, 1874, at the southeast corner of Court Square), In the city ot .Memphis, Tenn., sen 10 me uiaiio.i bidder, for cash, at public auotlon the land therein described, as follows: Being in bbelby county, Tennessee, and in the city of Mem phis, and commencing at the point of tnter- sootlon of JeRerson street wnn ieuier unu thenoe on the south line of Jeflerson street, nn M.it,ariu .i;-,.,:in. is) foeti thence in ..nitiin.iu .fi.u.inn 119 r..f. to a nrivate alley: thence westwurdly, on a line parallel wilh Jefferson street.W) foot, to Center alley ; thence northwardly, with Center alloy. 112 foot, to Jellorson street, the point ol acginning. . Terms, cash. Kquity of redemption barren H. E. GARTH, Trustee. Humes A Pnsron, Attorneys. Bo-Li Attachment Notice. In the Seond Circuit Oourt of Shelby County, ionnoHsee, Csrberry i Casey) . vs. .T.nn VlatW I I N Til IS CAUSE AN ATTACHMENT n AV- ing been sued out under section 34.o oi the Code of Tennessee, and returned into srwsn.., liquors, etc., tne property oi uoienuum, mm afiidnvit having been lnnde that the detenu ant, John Flatiey is justly indebted to plain i iff in the sum of 1S3 1ft bv nccount and that said defendant is a non-residont of the State or is fraudulently disposing of his property or is about fraudulently dinpesing of In it is therefore ordered thatsaid JohnFlatley make bis personal appearanoe. nerein, oeiore nn. mi if A n, inn nai.iiiiii (.ircuHtuurLui illici tly county, at tne oourmouso in tne euyoi Momphit, on the third Monday In May next aad defend said attachment suit within the limn tirnsnrihed hv law. or the same will be proceeded with ox parte, and that a copy of this order be published enre a week for tour oon-ocdtive weeks in the I'uollo IjPiltrcr. Dono at oftice, 'his loth day ol January, 1174. , . F. V. BOYliK. CierK. By Osobri J. Campbkll, Deputy Clerk. Gebald Gkikvin, Attorney for Plaintiff. A true copy, attest: t; rJoRGE J. CAMPBELL. D. C. 118-124-130-LW Trustee's Kale. BY VIRTUEOF THE TERVISOF A TRUST deed to me executed by Joseph Fransiola on the 11th day of June 1872, duly registered in thellegister'r office of this, Shelby county, Tennessee, in Deed Book No. 88, page U2. the indebtedness thereby secured remaining at the direction of the holder thereof. I will, on Saturday, the 2 1st or February, 1874, i At the southeast corner ef Court Square, In the city of Memphis. Tonnessce, soil to the highest bidder, for cash, tho property therein desoribed, on follows: Lying and being in the city of Memuhis, Shelby county, Tennessee, and on the north side of New Madison street, being lot (10) ten as designated in John D. Armour's plan of sub-division of part of county lots 4H3 and 4!H, whioh said plan is duly registered in the Register's office of this county in Deed Book No. 56. part first, page 475, and said lot 10 fronts the north line of New Madison street 23'i feet, nnd runs back northwardly between parallel lines, the east line being 105 feet and the wast line IIS feet. Terms of sale. cash. Eqnityof redemption waived. Title bolioved to be good, hut I sell and convey only as trustee. 114-ta W. K. P0ST0N. Trustee. Trustee's Sale. , PURSUANT TO THE TERMS OF A TRUST deod to me executed by Leon Cohupe et at. on the 15th day of July, 1873, duly regis tered in the Regitter's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, in Deed Book No. 96. page 330, 1 will on Satnrday, 21at of February, 1874, at the southeast corner of Court Square, in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the fallowing real estate, situate in Shelby county, Tennessee, thus described in said trust deed : Begin ning at the intersection ot the south line of Kerr avenue with the west line of the New Horn Lake road; thence westwardly with tho south line of said Kerr avenue ISO feet; thence south at right angle to Kerr ave nue 650 feet; thence eastwardly parallel with Kerr avenue ISO feet, to the west side ot the Kew Horn Lake road; thence north with the west line of said road hoO feef to the begin ning: being loll 1, . i. ii. n. . i. " 20 and 21 of V . S. Jnippin s subdivision, of record In this county, lathis aeeu ot trust reference is here made for greater certainty. equity oi reaenumoii uarrui,. WM. K. BOSTON. Trustee. 117-121-129-134 Attachment Notice. C. II. Brackett A Co.f Before. Wm. Wallace, vs. r uusuoe oi i-esce oi (i.G. Bowen. ) Shelby county, lenn. N THIS CAUSE AN ATTACHMENT II AV inir been sued out under seotion :il.V of the codo of ienncssoe. anu returneu executed and levied npon the property ot the defendant, and affidavit having been imulo that the de fendant is justly indebted to the plaintiff is the sum of Sl.il .50 by note, and that defend ant is a non-resident of the State of iennes- see. It is therefore ordered that uetendant make his personal appearance before Wm. Wallace, J. P., on the 19th day or February, 1874, at 10 o'clock a.m.. In the city of Memphis, and dofond said attachment suit, within the time Drescribed by law. or the same will be proceeded with ex pa-te; and that a oopy of Mils oruer oe puoiisaeu lor iour successive weeks in the Public Ledger. This 15th day January, 1874. WM. WALLACE, J. P. iiT-ua-mMiH Attachment Notice. Mrs. A. Kcnnall") Before R. B. Miller, Justice vs. of the feaoe or bbelby Charles Pryoll j county, Tenneseee. r- THE ABOVE NAMED. SUIT AFFI ivit for attachment having been made under section M5oi tneuoueot lennessee, and attachment having been issued and re turned by the proper officer, levied, etc.. on the property of defendant, it is therefore or dered that the said defendant make his ap pearance before me at uiy office. No. 42 Adams street, ip-itairs, in the city of Mem phis, on Saturday, 14th or February, 1874, at 12 o'clock m., and defend the said attach ment suit, within the time prescribed by law. or the lama will be proceeded with ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published once a week for four successive weeks in the Publi. Ledger. This 17lh of January, 1874. 11H-12S-1. '.1-117 K. O. .MILLKK. J. r. Trustee's Kale. "II Y VIRTUE OF A TRU-T KXEUCTED I tome by elsnn Jones, ot date the .list day of December, 1872, and rtiorded in Re cord Book No Vi. page SS. Register's o'dice u' Shelby county, Tenneiree, for tbe purpos' of raising certain trust therein mcBUor.ed, I will, on Monday, 0th day or February, 1874, within legal hours, sell to the highest bidder, for cah, the following property lying in Sholbycounty.Tenni Lot So. Ill, in section, township, range west of the base line of the Chickasaw V'rvcy of Mississippi, and now in the Thirteenth Civil District of Shelby county, Tennessee; beginning at the south ea.t corner of section 5. with whito oak and black oak imintcrs, and running thence west M chains and 10 links lo the center of tbe crossing uf the Memphis and Horn Lake road with the Whitehaven road rwnning west, in. nee north alone tbe center of the Memphis road I'.' chains lo a sl.se, thrnce eaat 21 chains tf, . stake in a H.U. them-, north 4 chains to a stake in a Slid, thence east 13 chains and 10 ' link, to a stake in the east line ef said section ; w ith whiteoak and diwaod pointers, south ii cbnins to the beginning, containing .0 I acres, hale to lake place in front of No. 7 .VUd j is.,n street, Memphis, lenn. Title of properly belie. d to I., good, but I shall sell and con vey only as trustee. 'Ike right ef equity oi rolerrption Is elpre-sly wiived. Ill I ff R. Dl liLii FRAY.-KR. Trustee. Trustee's Kale. Til RSt ANT TO THK TKRMSOF A TRUST J deed to me exe- uti d a. '" rrno..lon the Cth day of Joly. 1"71 duly r-i.trr l in the Kecisier s office of Shelby c.uniy. l.niie-'.e, m l'ecd Book . page isi, 1 wiil, on I Halarday, 9Iet ef rekrsiary, 174, 'at the sioth'e.t corner of Court Smare. In I the city et Memphis. Tenn.e. sell lo the ! hichest bidder, l- r ca.h. al public outcry, the f..li"WiDg real rf, .ttoat in Meoiphis, I Sh.iby ronnty. leeeteasee. tbns desrihed: I lt ten ll"i .f John I. Armour. sutMlti ision ' of r.rts of county lots 4 t and 4 M, in the city of V.mi hie: said lot front tbe none sijie ol V. U - .1 . .nn ! r cet Z. tret, and pins b.k between parallel It, the e-t lire eeies I'n tesrt an ine west lioe Hi let. Tos.id uu.t anl rt.r'-e is wi.de for greater -er..ii)i y. Term. -ash. re- -n. '"'' M . K. Hu.-l ON. I rusl... 117.1V1 1M mwm mm TO O ET YOUR OB PRINT! . 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