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T KEMVHIS AND LOUlNVlLLK RAILROAD. Paper! Paper! Paper Arrives. Leaven. F ALL KIHDa). A.M. P.M. Ktprcsj, except Sun-Jay ... 2.00 Mail Train 4.10 A.w. P.M. 3.30 12.30 4.40 r-. r 17 u .airowasvillo Aecomiuod- t,ion, except uniiHy......0,00 Depot at head of Main aire . Ticket Office. 287 Main (treet. A. V. DU POITT fc CO: earner of Haaatoeturers and Wholesale Dealers; i Afadisoa. MISSISSIPPI AND TENNKHSEK H. R. Arrivei. Leaves. XClnlit Dollars per jVnrixim. LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. J-Mfteeiw Cents per Weelc LE ftc wk. nx m m -v i i j rw-- LM El i ' M-T H sa. Dl h4 H . 'a. - - H IS H j H a I H 1 i B H F M.I t LosIsrUle, i.e.. Kentackf Have lost removed to theti new. lar , I T - , .J U.l . A.M. F.N. , O. Mi11 'daily) 2.10 Eti. re g (daily ex. Sunday) 8.20 ?rtru.iauy ei.nunrtny '.15 II. is 4.25 4.50 JPt at foot of Main street, u -Knr uihce, 287 Main atreet, oorner of 'Jliiiioo. M. BURKE, Gen'l Sup t. ME V PHIS AND LITTLE ROCK RAILROAD Arrival.' Leavea. , VT 41" I Train daily -2.46 " rreiitbtand Aoooiutnoua- 8 25 2.45 1.00 Hon ; Sleoping cars on mail train. Dopot Center sanding, foot of -Washington atreet. Ticket dices. 287 (cor. Madiaonl and 278 Main atreet. A. 8. LtVKKMORK. Gen. Snp't. Passenger get a GOOD SUPPER or Break last at Brinklcy's 70 mi lei from Mempbia. for PADUCAH AND MEMPHIS RAILROAD. ' Mail and Freight Train leavaa -.. 4:00 p. m let " " " arrives.- 9:00 a. m k The mail and freight train leavea Covl.igton "T or Memphis at7 a.m. and retnrna to Coving "a on at 7:05 p.m. Trains leaving Memphis will itart from the Underwriters' Warehouse. J. W, WILBUR. Gen'l Sr.'t. Jo. ;i l - . RAILROADS. LC-1SYILLE AND NASHVlUE ttr ' -AD- , Great Southern Railroad. vol. xvnr. MEMPHIS, TENN.: SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8, 1874. NO. 139 HCIIKDULiE. Express train leavea daily (Sundaya excepted)--. .s.:20,m Mni Train leavea daily 12.30 p. in Brownsville Accommodation leavea daily (Sundaya exceptea) - 4:40 p.m No change of ears by this line for Lo lis- I riue.oi. uuuiiiiruuMu.. t uuuj." deeping-oars on all night trains. For rickets or information apply at nfeetOfflce,287 Main. cur. Madison. JOHN T. FLYNN.Sup't Memphla Di. Jam is Spkkp. Ticket Agent. -''-t LOUISVILLE ASD CINCINNATI Short Lino Railroad Ifobcincinnati A If D THE EAST! The Quickest, B.,t and Only Route Running a Double Daily Line Pullman Dram In ar-Boom Sleeping. Coiieliew from LOHiaville to 4 ulaiiibua, O., Plltobarc, i Uarrlnburath, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK and ether Eastern cities WITHOUT C IIANOEi THS ONLY LINE WITH WIIICIIPASSEN gera from the South make Direct Connec tion at Louisville with Through Car for New York, AVOIDING FROM 7 TO 16 HOUHS DELAY inoident to. and ARRIVING ON Hi TRAIN' IN ADVANCE of all other lines. Time from Louisville to New York Only Thirty-One Honrs. This Line is Stone Ballasted and entirely FREE FROM DUST. Being equipped with th celebrated Wesiioghouse Air-Brake, pre clude all possibility of collisions. OXLT ALL KAIL LIXE Between Louisville and Cincinnati, passing over the Gieatlron Railway Bridge at Cinin naii, making Direct Connection with call tru'ik lines from the North and Fast- Ticket. for sale VIA LOUISVILLE AND THB SHORT LINE at all ticket officea in the eoutb and Southwest. .. hKlsN KR, Gen. Nnp't. P. S. Pabkkb, Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agt. lm-t rilSCIlASE YOUR TICKETS VIA :riiE RAILWAY DIRECT CONNECTION AT LC'JISYILLE The Finest, Sleeping and Drawing , lloom LVat ltes iit tlie World. FROM Cincinnati, Chicago, Magura, Falln, AND BUFFALO, TO NEW YORK WITHOUT CHANGE. A I DOUBLE TRACK. PERFECTLY CON X -tructol. fully eiiuipped. and provided wub new and costiy rnlling-siock. The lux ury of the roomy, broad gauge coaches, tiiken in connertien with a panorama of beautiful scenery, combine to render this route superior to uli others. For itilorma ion and tickets, apply at all the ticket offices in Mmiliis. HARRY W.FILLBR. Ifn'l Southwestern 1- ass. Agon. Cincinnati. JOHN It. ABBOTT, C7-r Gcn'l Paset gor Aaent. New York. 'only one night out FROM Loii3vill9, Cincinnati and St. Louis TO NEW YORK,, VIA TIIK ' LITTLE MIAMI, PAN HANDLE and Pennsylvania Route. Shorteit and Quickest to all Eftf-tern Cities. i DAI LY THROUGH TRAINS. THROUGH FROM Cincinnati to New York IX 20 1IOEKS. a LL SATURDAY TRAINS RUN V through to New York without detention. "L..iin,an'N Pntuce Drawicir-Koom and Sleep- og '.'ars on all thmugh trains. for Tlirouith Tlclcetaj, APPLY AT 1 It Vet 03ice Thronehoat tlie South and Southwest. MONEY H. JONES, rt. S. W. Pa. Agt.. Pincinaati, 0. . W. L. O'BRIKN, .f G. P. and T. Act-. Coluinbiw. 0. SEWING MACHINE. PUBLICJjEDGEU. THE PUBLIC LEDGER 18 PUBLISHED every afutmoon (exoept Sunday) at No. Id Madison street. , . The Public Lkooxr Is served to -Hy aub.'-ri. bers by faithful carriers at H I T h h N CtNTS PER WEEK, payable weekly to the OHrnors. By mail (in advance): One year, H: six months, S4; three months, $2; one montn, 75 cents. NewedealeraauppliedBt24oenti per eopy. WceUy Public Ledger, Pnbliahed every Tuesday at 2 per annum (In advanee) . clubs of live or more, f 1 SO. Communications upon aubjecta of general Intereat to the public are at all times aooept- Re'i acted manuacripta will ot be returned. RATES OF ADVERTISING IN DAILY i r lrst Insertion -. II W Tt qure Subsequent Insertion!......-..- . JJ ,, For one week - . For two weeks 4 80 f For three weeks -. . 6 00 t M For one month.-....-..... 7 50 RATES OF ADVERTISING IN WEEKLY: First Insertion tl 00 Pr squaro Subsequent insertions 50 Eight linea of nonpareil, tolid. constitute a ,qD?srplayed advertisements will be charged according to the rpaoi ooonpied, at above rates there being twelve lines of solid type to the inch. . . To regular advertisers we offer superior In ducements, both aa to rate of ohargea and manner of displaying their favors. Notices in local column inserted for twenty cents per line for each insertion. oimuial notices inserted for ten oenta per line for each insertion. hoticea of deaths and marriages, twenty cents per line. All bids tor advortiaing are due when con tracted and payable on demand. All letter, wnether uoon nusineas or ethor wise, must be addreasea to E. WHIT MORE, Publisher end Proprietor. HOW BRASHEAtt BROKE HIS LEG. The fUrnnie Klichia Thnl we Siw In his Kooin lu the Ttilru Story. From the Courier Journal 1 It wag Asa Brashear himself who told the story. Asa, as every body in Louis ville knows, is not unacquainted with cards. It is possible that be is better acquainted with the Queen of Clubs than he is better acquainted with the Queon of Sbeba. It is probable that the blue and pold of the King of Diamonds is a more familiar cuatome to him than the picture of Solomon arrayed in all his lilory. It is also highly probable that Asa is fond of a social glass or two. But this is how he happened to tell the story; Asa is lame of one leg, and we asked him one day what was the matter with the de'ective limb. "How did I happen to break my leg, did you say? Well, it was a curious thing, and I'll tell you about it. You 6ee I'3 been drinking pretty hard for a week or so, and thought I'd lay off and get over it. I live up in the, third story, thirty feet or so from the ground, and my window comes almost down to the floor. I'ts mighty easy to fall out of that win dow, and there's a brick pavement down bolow which ain't as soft as a feather bed. So you see a fellow that'd fall down there would be mighty apt to hurt himself. I fell down there once, and I know bow it is myBelf. "It was nearly dark when I went to my room lb it evenin', and I thought I'd sleep awhile and see if the trouble in my head wouldn't stop. It was a whizzing siirt o1 feeling, and I didn't feel exactly right about what I saw. In fact, the last drink I took that day there was a fly in it. At least I thought so; but Jimmy, who was behind the bar, looked sort o' funny when I asked him to take it out Howsoever, I soon Ml asleep, and slept I don't know how long; but I woke up rather Buddenly, and heard a strange kind of noise outside the' door. It was awlul dark, and the noise on the steps sounded like a thousand men with felt slippers on striking a thousand rattan canes on the steps, and ail in military line. All at once music struck up; but it was faint-like, as if the band w:is ever sofar away. I told you it was dark as pitch; but the door suddenly opened, and a blaze o' light came in that blinded me so that I -couldn't see any more than when the door was abut. When I got over the daze, I looked down on the floor, and there was a long file of little Boldiers, not one of 'em higber'n my fin ger, all a-mprchin' into the room, headed by a band of music, and with the Kurnel, wbo wasn't biggfr'n any o' the rest of 'em. mounted on a horse corresponding "Well, they marched into the room and formed in files in front of my bed. and I was looking at 'em all the time. When they had all got fixed in 'proper rankt, the fellow on the horse got down, and the band stopped playing. After he touched the floor the Kurnel commenced to grow and before he stopped growin' he was as much as eicht feet tall. I kept a lookiu' at him all the time, and then he got np on the bed and tonk a ecrjw from his pocket and screwed it into the ceiling Then he stepped down again and caught one o' them little soldiers by the nape o' the neck and tied a string around his neck and stepped up on the bed. And I was a lookin' at him all the time. Then he tied the other end of the string short up on the screw and let go o' the little soldier.' The poer little feller kicked around for a . while end grew black in the face and then died, I s'poae; at least be didn't make any more fuss that night. When the Kurnel saw he was dead he got down again, and as soon as be touched the floor be began to grow smaller and smaller until be was no bigger' n he was at first. Then he got on his horse and the band commenced to play, and he shouted ' Forward march,' and the little soldiers commenced march in 'out of the room. " Now there was one little soldier that seemed to be watchin' me all the time, and when the rest of 'em commenced marcbin' out, he slipped back from one tile to the other and so on till he had got to the rear rank. When the last of the little soldiers but him had got out of the door, this little chap he came runnin' back to the Led and says: "'Asa, put down your leg." " Well I put down my leg and the lit tle cuss climbed straddle my foot. " ' Now, Asa,' says he, " pull your leg up in the bed.' " I put my leg up on the bed again, and the little soldier ran up to the side of my pillow. "' Asa,' sys he, 'did you see the Kur nel hang that little soldier?' "' Yes,' says I, T was a lookiu' at him all tho time.' " ' Well, Asa,' says he, " he's a-cqmin' back to do the same thing to you ra a minute.' "'Good God,' says I, 'what must I do?' " ' Asa,' eayshe. very solemn, "the only thing you can do is just jump out o' that winder.' "And I jumped. And thats now I happened to break my leg." The writer then inquired what he sup posed was the explanation of what he saw in the room. - " Well," said Asa, " after I was taken back to my room, and the doctor had set my leg, I told him all about it, and he laughed and said he supposed it was the jimjams. And I spose it was them, too.' a . Worth, the dressmaker, snja that a lady lately begged him to invent a walk ing costume, pretty and becoming, in which the women could walk with as much comfort and as little trouble as men do in theirs. "I have," he ex claimed, " but you won't wear it. I do not see the slightest objection to women wearing trousers with tunic, as I have wanted them to. And there is a Per sian costume which, is the perfection of beauty and grace." LIST OF LETTERS Iteinnlnlna;tn lhfPHloflicnt Mem pliio, aaiarday, Anajnat H, 174. PuUiuhrd in t 't daily nnvptwer tnvinp the LA HO HUT CIKCULA TWX in tht circuit oj ti ilemphU PoitolHce. LADIES' LIST. ARMER Mrs V Abbott Mrs A Amis Mrs A BALEY Miss C Hf-nton Miss M Ball Miss M Bostwiok Mrs F Brooks Miss C Brown Miss A Brown Mrs M Bradley Miss M CLARK Miss M Cartnell Miss J Cook Miss o Cummings Miss S TTVAYMAN Miss K 1J Anderson Mary J (col) Adama Mrs A A very Mra I Bird Mollie Banks Mra Bissinger Misa P Bolin Miss L Burkshire Mra II Breen Misa H Button Mrs N O Bulllil Miai B Caskey Miss J Cleage Miss C (col) Connell Miss F Cnft Mrs M Davis Maria E Dcnniaon Mra M C Deadrick Mra M D IVANS Miaa E Evans Mra 8 Ferguson F V 2 Farmers Mrs A rolkesMrs W C F re torn Mrs 8 F LEMMING Mra S Faulk Miss M Foulkes Miss M Folan Mra M C1 OOC1I Mrs M E George Misa D (col) X Given Mra E Greer Mra M K Gray Mra E Green Miaa I (col) HAWKINS Mra V Ha-ris Mrs A (col) Hamilton Mrs W llalloway Miss B HallMissJ Hall Miss F (col) HBrrisMrsEW Harris Mrs R L Milliard Matilda (col) Houston Mnrgnret HomblyMrs lluluios Mrs M J 2 Holly Rachel (col) JOHNSON Miss M Jones Mrs D Jones Miss B ' Jones Mrs E LLYSTE Mra F LoGrand Lizzie LewisMissL Loving Misa A Lockett Mra L MCDONALD MRSM McQuillan Mrs McConnell MraJ UMcGhie Misa , Mc.Mahon Mra B MolonMrsKO Manning Misa S Marablo Mrs OS Mnguire Miss M Marriott Mrs M A MichniuMrsD Moade Mi;a L .Mitchell Mrs S A Mitchell Mrs L (col) Moore Mrs X K 2 Moore Mrs L Neluia Mrs U WES MRS M B Oliver Mrs J XT ASH MRS II M 0 -piTKLOW MISS M 1 Pittinnn Mra J l'helo Mi?s S Pope Miss K Powell Miss L 1 EDFERN MRS M It Randall Mr J llediu Mnrtha Robinson Sister L (col) Rogers Fannie (col) Roberts Mrs K SANDERS MRS U B Scott Miss M Smith Ma B bpetch Misa Stovall Miss F Strong Mrs N. A Stovall Miss A Stephenson Miss M f plD WELL M ISS 8 E L Thompson Miss M. Turner Mrs C U WARD MRS W C Watkins Mra L Williams Miss H Welch Miss R Whitney Mrs Webb Mrs G Wright Mra E UEITLED KDERSOX a CO i Aim BC nsborry L Icon ndorson .1 ubrcy J C nis 1. lams W S LACK A G Krnwn C Iryant G (col) Icrbipd Rev J M iradleyi A Irooks M 8 .11. n R ban T nn.nT P ,roett W C A MEL A . Clayborn A ,y G R innon u ibbins J r ;man r J AVIS MR Dfiming K tcol) ,lon G W tut i icol) tnkere J incao & P IARLE A B I Kdwarda AC lington J Irington W B (HIS A kit7ffi-rfid 8 nn .1 M ihSS OOSTD Gallaway J n IS I right W P OSMER A CO llancocK A rhes K (col) gana V -kett U It laey 11 D Nelson Mis J Nol;on Mra A i A A A Ad Ad n it Bci B 1! 11, Brab lira B c Canad CI Ca Cu Cole D Da I'v ili Du D t'li Fis G Gatli li Ho II Mac I nai Pleasant Miss A Peterson Miss L Proctor M iss F Powell Miss B P ,1k Mra Al S . Richardson M (col) Riohardson Mrs E Roberson Miss M 3 Russell Miss B Ross Misa W B 2 Rodvers Mra A A Simpaon Misa A Stewart Miss M J Stewart Mrs M Smith Mrs E (col) Soude Marinh Small Mrs MJ Simmons Mrs M Thomas Mrs M A Turner Olcy Washington Martha Wall Miss C Whitaker Miss K Williams Mrs M Willis !rs M Wadly Mrs M J Wright Mi.J A EX'M LIST. Andrews JS A F Alexander B icol) Altin D(ccl) AydLpt J Ainslee J'C Arnold P (col) Brown A Busmon C Buchanan E C Brass J W Bewley J II Bell J T Knttrnura M F. Bennett rt Boswell T II Blackwell W Trutcheor W k Co Cummings C Cleage U (coll Cage 11 Chidofter J II Conway J Carter W Davis B Dollis G Drake J B Dixon J Dodson J M Deyer P C Eldorficld Mr Kvens-G Kdwarda T Freeman C P Falls J N Flood L Geer G W Grashet J Green W (coll Hudson A J lluatington C Howkins F Hughes F M HasengcrC lli.it It K Hiatt II Hickey J W (1) Hudson J W Harvey J Hogan T X Hutchinson W T Hunter W It Uaire W J . JRVIXO J TOVES L ) Jackson M M Johnson b (col) KORNCRUP E kirrtland J J ROGER J J Lashley J (ool) oughery R W Lyon T T A 2 Liodsey W B Lowery W (ool) McGUIR A Merrett, Burn Milam II W A Co. Martin A (col) Morria E A Morria J L Moore L W Maie M Morris S Mr-Dermort WJ Miller W H NEALJ Nesbit N OWENS II ' 0' Urine J PATON ESI Payne B (col) Peters E Price G C Penrce M C Par ken -on W Poalk W J UGLY J Honok J S Hill J H Hi lies J Harvey O E HortooTM2 Highlander W D llughey W H Henderson W 11 Jsmes, Stratton A Co Johnston N P ' Kennedy J (col) Knox I Longen J Lockard P Lane R C Lubele W Larnio W Milla A Partes coMitcbell Ic McCrillis Mattin Dr A F Meadow B (eol) Mitchell G Madden J Malone L McDaniel X More S MoAUen W Nuall Dr J OHairJ Paterton Mr Price C E Patton F D PulverG Penton W Parker W R "T)0BERT.S B I Robinson G C Robert 11 (col) Reeves Dr II Rullin J Rogers J F Rice L K Repis Rev W Howell W M (col STl DAVANTA Scruggs A (col) Stokes 11 S Sumuiera J D Sevier S E Smi.h W TROTTER A' Taylor G W A Co Tyer F Taylor O Tucker H T TriKue I Tyre L 11 ESS ELS J S V1 WARREN A Waters C C Wright 1) t Wheeler K P 2 White F Wall J C Williams S M Willion T J 2 Webb T K White Dr W II Royal D Kose 11 Rnbinion II Ravin H Ryan J Ryan J J Retsbasa P Rudolph W Shiflloross, M A Co . Smith A II Spencer F (col) Simmons J gtarney S Tavel. Eastman A II Tapper D W Turner G Thompson II Townson J ' Tigge J Icol) Tally W Williams Dr C A Co Williams Dr C Williams E Willey E Willis W West N Wright T J Williams T Washington W L Wrin W B jmRTS. COSMOPOLITAN CUSTOM . S II HITS Madt erder from the beat material, and warranted to it. 7 Sent by express C. O. D. to any part of the country at the following rates : 6 Best quality New York muslin and best linen 120 00 6 Second quality Wamsutta IS 00 6 Third quality Wamsutta 15 00 Also, Wedding and Party fchirta made to order. Directions, for measurement sent on appli cation to J0HSS0X & VASCE, Clothing and Furnishing Goods, SOS nI KITBFFT. HO-TW MUSIC. FOREIGN LIST. Allegrini Giuseppe Barganti Emtio Capurro Pietro Dahlqvist A t Intwerson M bai ni J Dahluvist Miss L Giorgetti E Lanini B AVostergren F A INITIAL. Estate R V Montague Ne 121 Greenlaw atreet Sexton of Catholic Cemetery British Consul Secretary of Grange No Du Secretpry of Grange o Scrctary of Grnnge No ITS Keitttbllsinet lu 1853. E. A. BENSON'S OLD A His KCLIABLX Wholesale Music House - And - PIANO-FORTE WAREROOMS, 31? Main Street. is wow orriBiis r BEIJS0N A CO.'S Pianoa from.,1350 to S4M ar VOtIB k SONS' Pianoa from 4350 to tWO mr G ABLER Pianos from H00 to t550 ar 6TFINWAY A SON'S Pianos-loOSto I125C ar- MA30N A HAMLIN Organs. ..1100 te 1500 100 riANflFOB SALE og Monthly Payments, as Follows t Cath Doit , 150 f 100 $150 1200 1250 tWO S350 MOO H'O 500. Monthly Payment! t45 40 $35 $30 $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 - ' Or a Liberal Discount for all Cash Down. Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise kuw is thetIme to but ST Pianoa Tuned and Repaired by compe tent workmen. E. A. BENSON, 9- 117 Wain tw.t. Msmnhil. Tnn. J. R. GOLLADAY'S MONTHLY DRAWING ! Memphis, Teiin., August IS7-A. o - 20.000 TICKETS! 1,COO PRIZES! o 1 Whole Tickets, S2 ; Halves, $1; Five aud a half, $10. ALL ORDERS MUST BE ADDRESSED TO J. K. G0LLAD.4.Y, Iiowlin? Green, Kentucky. LIST OF PHIZES. 1 Three Thoixmwrl lllHr In ..................30OO 2 Twcnty-Bve Acres of fine gardening or frmiut land within a mile anil a half of Bowlini Green. Ky - - - 5 Twenty-five Acres ditto adjacent to the above .- - .'"' 4 Fine Barouche and Harness - - ' " 6 A Fine Buggy nd Harness - - - " 6 A Span of Match Horses 4 - " 7 A Kino Trotting llorte - - " 8 A Diamond Cross - - - J 9 A Diamond Set - - - " 7 10 A Piano .- - - - - . Next iH prizes, each 1 ilty dollars in cash.........e J.J Next W prir.es, ech Twenty del ars in cash .; - - - Vl An extra fine set of Chamber Furniture - - - 2(i2 A Gold Watch - f " 2i(t Diamond King Ti,"". " " 1,11 "01 A Suit of Clothes made to order, including Hat acd Boots - - 1J 205 Silk Dress Pattern - - - - - . l'" 2iSi A fine Music Box - - - - ?i 2"7 Silver Lever Watch - - 2iS A fine Vio in. with Bow and Case - - "JJ 2"9 A fine Guitar and Case - - - - - 210 Caj-h........... jexi ' r,IIOi -"VJ - r - or.A Mill. U - t.2"0 Next m prises, each Ten dollars in cash - - w ilBJl m iuw, . , a S-S - - ":::::::::::::::::::::::z:::z::::: iS V0 - " .-.a jua p.-K - -.......- - I'V cash;;; -. - ";"i'"izzr"zzii"li""i:"rzrzi" 4 cash!! r7'"".--!!""."!!!nj!I"'. io 5 A"u'idVn7ot'irEdw'neidTM ' S 4) A Brewery with fixturee in complete running order, in Bowling Green, ky 5(10 A two-story Frame Dwelling attached to the above .. Aiw lull) Approximate prir.es aa follows: ... .u. 200 of ti each, being determined by 100 numbers on each side of the number drawing the e400ofVl each, being determined by200numbera on each side of the number drawing the e4()nof lYeach. in Tiekets in next drawing, being determined by 200 numbers on each aide of the numberdrawini the third prise. The above prises will be drawn at Memphis, Tenn., on Monday, August 24. 18T4. AfY DRAWINGS ALWAYS TAKE PLACE ON THE FOTRTII MONDAY IN KA CH M month. They are conducted m public by a committee selected from the audience oy the ticket-holdere present ai.Ouu numbers corresponding with the number of tickets issuea. are rut into thi wheel, and th; II rat number drawn out entitlea the holder ef the correspond n, Sumber to the first prise on the list, vis: OOOtor. if a half ticket. -h'fi;ih! Second number drawn to the second prise, ete.. until 500 nombera are draen. The remaining lnw nrif e are determined by approximate numbers - , . T stat ement of the drawn numbers is published and forwarded to ticket-holderi and agenta. P TckMpr"r wVb? wiu throughout the co.ntry. Orders by mail or express must be di rected to me at Bowling (ireen, Ky. 1 J Tls?M t' P A. Willi lVs.eci.ro A W lBln.'.t7 1S-145.151 r l - ' "". 0-t . LEGAL. Triiat Sale. UNDER THE POWER GIVEN ME BY the deed of Thomaa Koffod. executed July 25. 1873. and racistered in Shelby oounty in Record Hook No. 0 of ohattlea, cage 151,1 will, on The 22d Day or August, 1874, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., at R. Van Brock lin A Son a. Noa. 299 and i'l Second atreet. Memphis, Tennessee, sell at publio auction, U the highest bidder, for cash, the following Sroperty. oooveyed to me by said deed, via: ne dark bay horse, about fourteen hands high: one rockaway and harness: one buggy and harness; and one wagen. The sale is to be made to pay the debt in said deed men tioned. W. I. COLE. Collixi A Hoi'srog, Attorneys. .July 20. 1874. 122-151 Trustee's Sale. TY VIRTUE OF A TRUST DEED MADE tj to me June 12.1873. by E. B Webber, and JTM, Williams and Henry Williams, recorded in the Register's office of Shelby county, Ten nessee, in Book 97, pages 146. etc., I will, en , Monday, August 10, 1874, between 10 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m., at the southern gate of Court Square, Mem nhia. Tenneasee. sell for cash, at Dublio out cry, the property conveyed to me by aaid trust J 1 J 1 l 1 1.11 - !.. 1) . . ueeu. uescneeu aa luiiows, wwii. ii vi let 10, of block 65, in the city of Memphis, beginning 52 feet weat of the intersection of the aouth line of Vance street with the west line of Orleans street; tbenoe west 30 feet; thence aouth with Pettit's east line 156 7-12 leet to a 20-foot alley; thence east with the north line of said alley 30 feet; thence north 156 7-12 feet to the beginning. Also a tract of 150 acres in the Eleventh surveyors district and Eighth civil district, one mile aouth of Shelby Depot aa particularly doacribed in aaid trust deed, to which reference is made for fuller description. Also a tract of land in the Second civil district on the watera of Big Creek, part of a 2000-acre tract granted by North Carolina to A. Sharp, and more par ticularly described aa lots 6, 7 and 8, aaid three lota containing together 360 acrea; all of aaid propertyin Shelby county. Tennessee. Equity of redemption waived. Titles believed good, but 1 will eell and convey only aa trustee. W. K. POSTON. Trustee. MrFiBXAKD A Goodwin, Attorneys. 110-140 Trustee's Sale. vawaawa BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN TRU8T deed made on the 9th day of June, I860. -by D. C. Cross, to ire as Trustee to secure cer tain indebtedness therein mentioned, which trust is of record in the Register's office of Shelby county, Tenn., in Record Book No. 42. page 379, to which relertnce is made, I will on Tuesday, August 25, 1874, at the southwest corner of Main and Madison streets in tne city of Memphis, Tennessee, sell at publio auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following real estate, to wit : A lot in South Memphis, being lot 7 in block 80, front on the weat side of Main atreet 300 feet, and runa back between parallel linea 100 feet, and ia bounded on the north by Huling street, on the south by T rele vant atreet, on the weat by lota 6 and 8, and on the east by Main street- Equity of redemp tion especially waived, and title believed to be good, though I sell only as Trustee. JAMES P. WOOD, Trustee. PattkbsosT A Lows, Attorneys. July 23, 1874. 125-154 Trustee's Sale. BY VIRTUE OF THE TERMS OF A DEED in trust to me executed by F. Minderman. on the 13th day of February, 1873, duly regis tered in the Register's office of Shelby coun'y. Tennessee, in Deed Book 93, page 114, 1 will, on Saturday, Sth day of August, 1874, within legal hours, at the aouth gate of Court Square, in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the prop erty in auch trust deed desjribed as follows: Being in Memphis, Tennessee, on the north west corner of Main and Overton streeta, 44 feet on Main streets and 75 feet on Overton street, being partot lot No. 155 on the original plan of the city. Terms Cath. Equity of redemption barred. Title be ievfl to be good, but 1 sell and con voy only as Trustee. WILLIAM BENJES, Trustee. Hrwrs Postix. Attorneys. 110-1:0 8 E VVI rsJMAJC 1JNES. --v-; .,:,,'- A, twrh' : f. t- . .-; xW'-J'M J- ' y"- J THE SEW Improved Remington- Nl;lVIG MACIIIXE. AWARDED The "Medal for Progress," AT VIENNA. 1373. r HiiHfT ORns.R nr "Mkdal" Awardsb at rax Exposition. 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