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APE". MEMPHIS AND LOUIi'ViLLK RAILROAD. Paper I Paper ! Paper Airivos. loaves r ALL BIBD. i7nr.. preont Similar. .. 2.00 3 'ill Mail Train 4.10 12.30 Jrownsville Awommodv I A. V. DU PONT St GO! tion, except sununy. iu.uu i.tu ICPUV V uhu vi Winn sir,... Tirtrat Othoe. 287 Main street, corner nf Manataetnreri and Wholesale Dealers; MISSISSIPPI AS TENNESSEE R. B. Arrival. Leaves. ICltclit Dollars per Annum. LAROEHT CITY CIHCULATION. Fifteen Cents per Week LoalgTe, es.e. SenUck, A.M. P.M. I .. F.K. 4. 0. aanyi......... 2.10 1 11. is iipreis (daily ex.6unday) 9.20 ( 4.25 freijbuuailjex.clundayj 4.15 4.50 .tenet at foot of Main street. li-sct Uilice, 2d7 Main street, earner oT .sduon. H. BURKE, Gen'I Snp't kiKMPUIS AND LITTLE ROCK RA tLROAD Arrivo. Leaves A. II. .ll I. ii. 2.45 T.U, Kail Train daily 2.45 Pciirhtand Aoaoinmoda- tion 8 25 I 8.00 Sleeping ear on mail train. Dopot Center Undine, foot of Washington street. Ticket fiioti, 287 (cor. Madison) and 278 Main itreet. " A. S. L1VERMOKK. Gen. Sup't. Passengers got a GOOD SUPPER or Brcak lt at Urinkley's 70 miles from Memphii. 'ADUCAH AND MEMPHIS RAILROAD. ail and Freight Train leaves 4:00 p.m " " " " arrives 9:00 a. in The mail and freight train leaves Covl.igton Ir Memphis at 7 a.m. and returns to Coving n at 7:16 p.m. Trains leaving Momphis will art from the Underwriters' Warehouse. J. V. WILBUR. Hen') Sup't. At L ROADS. Z CUIS VILLE AND NASHViicE I ASD Ircat Soutliern Railroad. HCIIKDULE. xprees train leaves daily (Sundays evented) 3:30 a.m ail Train leaves daily...... 12:30 p.m rownsville Accommodation leaves daily (Sundays excepted)..... 4:40 p.m tfr No change of cars by this line for Lo lis ille.St. Louis or Nashville. Pullman Palace eeping-cars on all night trains, lor tickets or information apply at l.bct Office, 287 Maiu, cor. Madison. . JOIIN T. FLYNN.rJup't Memphis Di. Jamxb Sp sd. Ticket Agent. H-j LOUISVILLE AND C1SCISNATI Jhort Lino Railroad I I-"OIl CINCINNATI LnD THE EAST! he Quickest, BtBt and Ouly Route Running Double Daily Line Pullman Drawing-Room Meeplng-. lolambii. o., Pitiaburg;, Harrlsbnr(b, 1IILADELPHIA, NEW YORK and ether Eastern cities jiVITII OUT CHANGE, IlIE ONLY LINE WITH WHICH PASSEN gers from the South make Direot Conneo- lion at Louisville with Through Car for New ork. AVOllMINU IfKUAl 7 K I" IIUUHO ELAY incident to. and ARRIVING ONK MAIN IN ADVANCE of all other lines. ime from Louisville to New York Only Thirty-One Honrs. This Line is Ptone Ballasted and entirely FREE FROM DUST. Being equipped with the celebrated Wesiinghoue Air-Brake, pre cludes all possibility of collisions. ! ONLY AI.t RAIL LINE Between Louisville and Cincinnati, passing over the Orcatlron Railway Bridge at Cinin nati, making Direct Connection with call trunk lines from the North and East. Tickets for e!e VIA LOUISVILLE AND THE SHORT LINE at all ticket offices in the couth and Southwest. lito. NKIftlDER, fn. dnp'l. 8. S. Parker, Uen. Pass, and Ticket Agt. ! 130-t rCKCH&SE YOUR TICKETS VIA ERIE KAILWAY 'DIRECT CONNECTION AT LOUISVILLE Hhc Finest Sleeping; and Drwiny i Koom Coaches in the World. FROM Cincinnati, Chicago, Niagara Falls, AND BUFFALO. ITO 'EW ORK WITHOUT CHANGE. TflTtT W TP A CV PVPlfP.CTI.Y CON- $i struoted. fully equipped, and provided -r,rl roll i n-IOCk . The lUX- jury of the roomy, broad gauge coaches, taken -pin connection with a panorama of beautiful scenery, combine to render this route superior to all others. . For informa'ion and tickets, apply at all the ticket offices in Mcmt.his. ' HARRY W. FULLER, -Jen'l Southwestern Pass. Agent. Cincinnati, JOHN N. ABBOTT, .'.97-t Oon'l Passenger Agent. New York. ONLY ONE NIGHT OUT f, PROM Xouisvill?, Cincinnati and St. Louis . TO NEW YORK, VIA THK LITTLE MIAMI, PAN HANDLE and Pennsylvania Route. Shortest and Quickest to all Eastern Cities. j DAILY -THROUGH TRAINS. THROUGH FROM Cincinnati to New York Iff SO HOURS. ALL SATURDAY TRAINS RUN through to New York without detention. Pullaian'a Palace Drawing-Kooin and Sleep ing Cars on all through trains. For Tli ron a 1 TloKete, APPLT AT I icVcl Ofllcei Thronphont the Sonth and Sonthwest. SIDNEY B. JONES. O. S. W. Pas. Agt.. Oincinaati, 0. W. L. O'LKILN, i:M O. P. and T. Agt., Columbus. 0. SEWING MACHINE. I Ul-xix-63 vol. xvnr. PUBLIC LEDGER. TnE PUBLIO LEDGER IS PUBLISHED every afternoon (except Sunday) at No. 13 Mndi.n street. The Public Lkdokb is served to city subscri bers by faithful earners at FIFTEKN CENTS PER WEEK, payable weekly to the carriers. By mail (in advance): One year, ; six months, U; three months, t2; one month, 75 cents. Newsdealers supplied at2eents per copy. Weekly Public Ledger, Puhlinbed everv Tuesday at 12 per annum (in advance) ; clubs of five or moio, $1 51.- Communications upon subjeota of general interest to the publio are at all times accept able. . , Rejected manusoripts will hot oe returneu. RATES OF ADVERTISING IN DAILY : Flrnt Insertion SI 18 POT Square Subsequent insertions 50 tt For one week 8 90 (t For two weeks 4 50 ti t For three weeks. 6 00 lt For one month 7 50 RATES OF ADVERTISING IN WEEKLY: First Insertion tl 00 per square Subsequent insertions 50 " bight lines of nonpareil, Loua, constitute square. . Displayed advertisements will be chargea according to the bpacr occupied, at above rates there being twelve lines of solid type to the inch, , , To regular advertisers we offer superior In ducements, both as to rate of charges and manner of displaying their favors. Notices in local column inserted for twenty cents per line for eaoh insertion. special notices inserted tor ten cents per une for each Insertion. Notices of deaths and marriages, twenty cents per line. All bids tor advertising are due when con tracted and payable on demand. All letters, whether noon ousiness or ether- wise, must be addressed to E. WHITNORE, PnhliRher snd Proprietor. IIow Macanlny Stole) Wnlch la the Well Mnpftnlav was at Rome when he rn a nulla n vnnnff mn n hjfnrft lift WAS H j J m " celebrated at all, you know and, one nigh., be came here to do just wnat we are doing. Well, he was all by himself na bnBA Hnrlf nrphfffl whprA it ig ftS black as night, when all of a sudden a mnn in a. lnrtrn rdnAk hrushed rtast him rather rudely, as Macaulay thought, and passed on into the darkness. Macau lay's first impulse was to clasp his hand to his watch pocket; ana sure enougn ne found that his watch was not there. He looked after the man who he doubted not had stolen his watch as he brushed past him; rushed after. him, overtook him, and seizing him by the collar de manded his watch. Now, Macaulay could at that time speak very little Italian, and understood none when spo ken. So he was obliged to limit his attack on the thief to a violent shaking of him by the collar and an an gry repetition of the demand, " Orolo gio! orologiol" The man thus attacked poured forth a torrent of rapidly spoken words, of which Macauley understood not one syllable. But he again adminis tered a severe shaking to his captive, stamping his foot angrily on the ground, aud again vociferating, "Orologiol orologiol" Whereupon the detected thief drew forth the watck and handed it to his captor. Macaulay, satisfied with his prowess, turned on his heel as he pocketed the watch, and saw nothing more of the man. But when he returned to his apartment at night his landlady met him at the door, holding out some thing in her hand and saying: " Oh, sir, you left your watch on the table, so I thought it better to take care of it. Here it is." "Good gracious! What is this, then? What is the meaning of it?" stammered Macau lay, drawing from hia pocket the watch he had so gallantly recovered in the Coliseum. It was a watch he bad never seen before. The truth was plain; he bad been the thief! " The poor man he had so violently attacked and apostro phized in the darkness and solitude of the Coliseum arches had been terrified into surrendering his own watch to the resolute ruffian who, as he conceived, hnd pursued him to rob him. The next morning Macaulay, not a little crest fallen, hastened to the office sf the Ques tor with the watch and told his gtory. "Ah, I see," said the Questor; "you had better leave the watch with me. I will make your excuses to the owner of it; he has already been here to denounce you." Tbe Wenners ot o Hstn'a Egg. The following interesting observations on the changes that occur from hour to hour during the incubation of the hen's egg are from Sturm's Reflection!: The hen has scarcely sat on her eggs twelve hours before some lineaments of the bead and body of the chicken appear. Tbo heart may be seen to beat at the end of the second day; it has at that time somewhat the form of a horseshoe, but no blood yet appears. At the end of two days two vessels of blood are to be distinguished, the pulsation of which is visible; one of these is the left ven tricle, and the other the root of the great artery. At tbe fiftieth hour one auricle of the heart appears, resembling a noose folded down upon itself. The beating of tbe heart is first ob served in the auricle and afterward in the ventricle At the end of seventy hours the wings are distinguishable; and on the head two bubbles are seen for the brain, one for the bill, and two for the fore and hind part of the bead. Toward the end of the fourth day the two auri cles already visible draw nearer to the heart than before. The liver appears toward the fifth day. At the end of eleven hours more the lungs and stom ach become visible; and four hours afterward the intestines, and loins, and the upper jaw. At the one hundred and forty fourth hour two ventricles are visible, and two drops of blood instead of the single one which was seert before. The seventh day the brain begins to have some consistency. At the one hundred and nineteenth hour of incuba tion the bill opens, and the flesh ap pears in the breast. i. ",..- hnnn mnn the breast bone IS 111 IV"! .-- - , ... I. mr knurs after this the ribs 1 appear, forming from tbe back, and tbe bill is very visible, as well as the gall MEMPHIS, TENN.: THURSDAY bladder. The Lill becomes green at the end of two hundred and thirty-six hours; and if the chicken be taken out of its covering, it evidently moves itself. At the two hundred and sixty-fourth hour, the eyes appear. At the two hundred and eiubty-ighth, the ribs are perfect. At three hundred and thirty-first the spleen draws near the stomach, and the lungs to the chest. At the end of three hundred and fitty-five hours the bill fre quently opens and shuts; and at the end of the eighteenth day the first cry of the chicken is heard. It afterward gets more strength and grows continu ally, till at length it is enabled to set itself free from its confinement. ISABELLA'S PIANO. When Serrano was Regent of Spain, among the on dits that passed current was the following: Madame Serrano, as wife of the Re gent, occupied the apartments in the royal palace of the ex Queen, and no doubt she was well pleased with her resi dence, for the rooms were most luxu riously furnished. But soon after the Regent's occupancy of the palace Isa bella demanded the restitution of such of her private property as it contained, and the Spanish nation was in no wise disposed to withhold anything from ber that Bhe could justly lay claim to; all was to be forwarded to her to the very last article. Load after load of boxes and bales was carted to the depot, to be forwarded to Isabella by rail, and among the articles sent there were not a few that tbe new occupants of the palace were very sorry to be deprived of. After a time the ex Queen made a demand for several things that were wanting, especially for a piano that a musical association, of which she had been the patroness, bad presented her with. Tbe instrument was very richly orna mented with gold, and bore on tbe front side a beautiful medallion set with dia monds. It was placed by Isabella when she left Madrid for a watering place near the French line, in her private apart ments. But Madams Serrano knew nothing of it had not seen it and the whole palace was ransacked for the lost piano, yet it was nowhere to b found. The dethroned queen, however, insisted that the "valued Houvenir" should be restored to her. The consequence was that the situation became embarrassing for Serrano vis a-vis of his aforetime patroness, and all the more so ait was said that the piano was in the late queen's apartments when the Serrano family moved into them. Serrano even hunted through the palace himself for the lost instrument, and, although Madame Serrano assured him that t was not in her rooms, he included them in bis search, being haunted by a dim recollection that he had seen it some where. Finally his threats and entreaties drew from his consort the humiliating confession that she, in a momentary pe cuniary embarrassment, had sold the piano. The scene that followed in the Serrano household is said to have been much more animated than edifying; but the Regent knew now, at least, where to look for the missing "souvenir," which was a great point gained. He immediately sent a 'confidential agent to the purchaser, in order to buy it back again; but O monstrous! the instrument had already become so de moralized, so plebeian, as to be the in mate of a coffee house, after having been robbed of its costly ornamentation of gold and diamonds, which had been disposed of lo a jeweler. What was to be done? The chronique scandaleuse of Madrid had already taken up the subject, and therefore there was ne time to lose. Serrano's agent repaired to the coffee house and offered double the sum for the piano that was paid for it; but the cunning landlord declared he could not do without it, and consented to part with it only when five times the sum he bad paid was offered him. Now the jeweler was hunted up, anel he was found to have as sharp an eye to business as the coffee-house man. He expressed a thousand regrets that he had already melted up the gold and disposed of the diamonds; he added, however, that it would be possible to reproduce the ornamentation even to the smallest detail, as, on account of the beauty of its design, he had made careful sketch of it. This statement looked rather im probable; but the piano must be forth coming, cost what it would, and that, too, exactly in its original dress, in or der to avoid tbe threatened scandal. The jeweler's demands were acceded to, and in a remarkably short space of time tbe instrument, carefully packed, was returned to the palace, where it is said to have been finally discovered in an out ofthe-way corner, together with other of the ex-Queen's personal belong ings. When the fearfully-mistuned piano, that had cost the Regent so much money, and had made him so much trouble, was finally forwarded to its owr.er he felt greatly relieved. And the piano, however much out' of tune it was, probably found its wonted harmony sooner than did the little domestic circle ii which it had caused Buch an unhar monious intermezzo. Translated Jor Jppleton't Journal. A comic opera company composed of children, all of whom are under twelve years ot age, has been attracting the at tention in Mexico. The prima dona is a talented and sprightly Toung miss ten years old, who takes the character of the "Grand Duchess" or the "Belle Helene," with as much grace and sans facon as au Aitnee. They propose visit ing the Lnited Slates shortly. From a recent camp-meeting sermon: "Be not content with te hope of merely getting into heaven of being driven on the heavenly Bhore, like a battered old bulk, but strive to go in like a grand vessel, with every sail set, the colors of your Redeemer flying at the mainmast, and freighted with a precious cargo." EVENING, AUGUST 27, 1874. SPECIAL NOTICE. Many who are suffering from the effects of the warm weather and are debilitated, are ad vised by physicians to take moderate amounts of whisky two er three times a day. In a lit tle while those who adopt this advice fre quently increase the number of "drinks, and in time become confirmed inehriatos. A beverage which will not create thirst for intox icating liquors, and which is intended enpeci ally for the benefit of debilitated persons, whether at home or abroad, is Dr. 6chenck s Sea Weed Tonic. Containing the juices of many medicinal herbs, this preparation does net create an appetite for tbe intoxicating cup. The nourishing and the life-supporting properties of many valuable natural produc tions contained in it and well known to medi cal men Have a most strengthening influence. A single bottle of the Tonic will demonstrate its valuable qualities. For debility arising from sickness, over exertion or from any cause whatever, a wine-glassful of Sea Weed Tonio taken after meals will strengthen the stemach and croate an appetite for wholosome food. To all who are about leaving their Homes, we desire to say that tbe excellent effects of Dr. Schenck's seasonable remedies. Sea Weed Tonic, and Mandrake Pills, are particularly evident when taken by those who are injuri ously affocted by a change of water and diot. No person should leave home without taking a supply of these safeguards along. For sale bv nil Hrtit-ri-t.. eodQW-IM MUSIC. Kstarjllsliet In 1S53. E. A.. BENSON OM AMI KKLIABLR Wholesale Music House - And - PIANO-FORTE WAREROOIIS, 317 Main Street. itt now orrEiim MT BENSON A CO.'S Pianos from..$350 to $450 ar VOMK A SONS' Pianos from.....S350 to $500 WW O ABLER Pianos from $400 to $550 Mr STi:iNWAYAS0N'SPlano..$50to$1250 at MASON k HAMLIN Organs...$100 to $500 ioo pianosTfob sale OH Monthly Payments, as Follows I CaK Down ' $50 $100 $150 $200 $25u 300 $350 $400 $450 $500. Monthly Paymmlt $45 $40 $35 $30 $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 Or a Liberal Discount for all Cash Down. Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise NOW IS THETIME TO BUT mw Pianos Tuned and Repaired by compe tent workmen. E. A. BENSON, . wn Main street. Mmr.hi. Txnn. 6EWINC MACHINES. tHE REMINGTON y0RK THE SEW Improved Remington SEWIXG MACHINE. AWARDED The "Medal for Progress," AT VIENNA. 1873. Tht Hiohest OanKR op "Mxdul" Awabbio AT TBX EXPOBITOK. So Sewlna- Machine) Received UlKber Prlae. A FEW GOOD REASONS: 1 A iVetnneenfumTHOKOUOHLT TlSTtD and securod by Letters Patent. 2 Makes a perfect loci stitch, auk on both sides, on all kindi of good. Runs Lioht, Smooth, Noibkliss and Rapid best eomliination of qualities. 4DtTRBi.E uw for yearn wit bout repairs. 6 Will do all vanetiei cf work and Taney Stitchino in a superior manner. tf Is wont ea&ily managed by the operator. Length nf stitch may be altered while run ning, and machine can be threaded without passing thread through holes. , 7 Design Simple, Ingenious, Elegant, forni ing the stitch without the use of Cog Wheel Oears, Rotary Cams or Lever Arms, lias the Automatic Drop Feed, which iires uni form length of Hitch at any tpeed. Has our new Thread Controller, which allows easy move ment of the needle-bar and prevents injury to thread. 8 Cohbtructios moil careful and piuishid. It is manufactured by the most skillful and experienced mechanics, at the celebrated Hrinlnilon Armorv, lllon, Sf. Y. Cincinnati OUiett, 1HI Fuurlb street. lm-i1 THE OLD RELIABLE. L II A N K L I BOOK lUXDEKY, Blank Book Mauufactory A . A . :.., v.--?' j ..m ; y. ' y-'-rA V- trf' v And PRINTING HOUSE, 15 West Court street, Memphis. S.aTOOF, Proprietor BOOKS BOUND AND MANl FACTUREB (ronsriarm.iT to the pdust boi in the country, the Eastern market not exeptd in quality or price. line Blank Books Special If-. t NO. 155 LEGAL BLANKS! Warrantee Deeds, Trust Quit Claim " t Deeds of Gilt, Blanks for Depositions, Attachments, Leases, .Chattel Mortgages, Crop Peace Warrants, Probate Blanks, Summons, Executions. Garnishments, Subpoenas, WRIT OF FORCIBLE ENTRY AND DETAINER1 Writ of Possession, Appearance Bonds, Power ot Attorney, s Etc., Etc., Etc., AT The LEDGER OFFICE Have Jut removed to thai! new; larg luur-eigrv wartavus, ni aos jurib 90-t JJECAJL. Trustee Sale. Y.VIRTUE OF THE TERMS OF A DEED I in trti.t AYAftit.,1 in th nnd.rii.nnl irimae.on tbe 11th day of January, 1873. and of record in tbe Resistor's office of Shelby county. Tsnnetsee. in Deed Book 1D2, page A, I will on Saturday, the 3d or October, 18.74, at the south eate of Court Square, In the city of Memphis, Tenn., sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, within legal hours, the property in said trust deed and the deed therein referred to, described as follows, to-wit: Situate, lying and being in Shelby county, Tennessee, in tbe Seventeenth Civil District of said county, in range 8 and sec tions 3 and 4, and being part of a subdivision of a six hundred and twelve-acre tract pur chased March 2t, 1M6, from A, Woodruff by h. IrOy, and more particularly doscribed aa follows, to-wit: Beginning at a stake south. i.i1,'- east 13 links, a black gum, the north east corner of Mount Vernon Church lot; thence norh W east 663-10 poles to a stake, soutbeast co-ner of A. C. Koark'a 142-acre subdivision ; thence west 1 f0' anrth 218 poles to a stake, three dogwood and two white oak nointers. the southwest corner of said Koark'l subdivision; thence south 34' east 76 3-10 poles to a stake, mulberry and birch pointers, south 62' eat 16 links, a birch; thence east 1 north 217 30-100 poles to tbe beginning, con taining by estimation lffl'i acres. Title believed to be good, butl sell and con vey only as Trustee. Equity of redemption barred. JAMKS M. ADAMS, Trustee. IIumih A- Postom, Attorneys. 154-25 Xoii-IteMident Notice. Betsy Nelson) Socnnd Circuit Court of vs. Shelby county. Tennea- II. T. Nelson ) see. IT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT IW this cause, that tbe defendant-is a non resident of the btate of Tennessee : it is there fore ordered that he make his appearance) herein at the court-house in the city of Mem- Sliis. Tennessee, on or before the third Mon ey in September next, 1474, and plead, an swer or demur to plaintiff's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of thin order be published once a week for four suc cessive weeks, in the Memphis Publio Ledger. r. v. iiUiLH, vierx. By Oxo. J. Caupbxll, Deputy Clerk. 152-15H-xix-6-12 Insolvent Notice. Stiie op Txskxbskx, Shxlrt Coohtt,") Omni Couxtt Court Cliii, f Memphis, Tinn., August 26, 1874. J To Chas. Richmond. Administrator, eto. I HAVING SUGGESTED THE INSOLVEN CY of the estate of T. N. Wells 'deceased. you are hereby ordered to give notioe. by ad vertisement in some newspaper published within the said State, and also at the court house door of Shelby county, for all persona having claims against said estate to appear and filo the same with the Clerk of the County Court, authenticated in the manner prescribed by law, on or Before toe ZYtn day ol February, 1H75; and any claim not filed on or before said day, or before an appropriation of the funds of said estate is made, shall be forever barred, both in law and equity. Witness my hand, at office, this 26th day of Augunt. 1874. JAMES KEILLV. Clerk. By Hugh B. Cellrn, D. C. Notice is hereby given bs required above. C11AS. RICHMOND, Aflm'r. Msmphis, August 26, 1874. 154-25 Trustee's Sale. BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN TRU8T deed made on the 9th day of June, I860, by D. C. Cross, to me as Trustee to secure cer tain indebtedness therein mentioned, whioh trust is of record in the Register's offtoe of Shelby county, Tenn., in Record Book No. 42. page 37a, to which ro.'erenoe is made, I will on Tuesday, August 25, 1874, at the southwest corner of Main and Madison streets in tbe city of Memphis, Tennessee, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for rash, the following real estate, to wit: A lot in South Memphis, being lot T in block SO, fronts on the west side of Main street 300 feet, and runs back between parallel lines 100 feet, and is bounded on the north by Huling street, on the south by Treae vant street, on the west by lots 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. Pattirbox k Lowi, Attorneys. July 23, 1874. 128-154 Attachment Notice. In the First Circuit Court of Shelby County. xennessee. Frank Malone vs. John Gillespie, surviving partner oi tne nrm oi jonn uuiespie a uro. IN THIS CAUSE AN ATTACHMENT HAV ing been sued out under section 3455 of thai Code, and returned into Court, levied upon the stock of goods in store house No. 460 Main street, of defendant, and affidavit having, been made that the defendant is indebted to plaintiff in the sum of $10.6 73 by account for money loaned, and that the defendant is a on-resident of the State of Tennessee: It is therefore ordered that ha make his personal appearance berein, before tbe Judge ot tne First Circuit Court of Shelby county, on tbe third Monday in September next ana defend said attachment suit within the time pre scribed by law, or the same will be proceeded with ex parte; and that a copy of this iirder be published once a wees, lor lour consecu tive weeks, in the Memphis Ledger. Dune at omce, ibis ma day ot Auso'i. i. B. F. COLEMAN. Clerk. By F. W. Rovbtkr, Jr., Deputy Clerk. P. J. Mnlvihill. Attorney for Plaintifl. 14MS4-xix-2- PRICE, JONES & CO., JOB PEINTERS AND Blank Book Manufacturers, SO. 13 JEFFERSOS ST.,