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x JDLY 7, 1876.
NATIONAL DE-tOCEATIC TICKET.
SAMUEL J. TILDEN,
Of New York.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
CHARLES L. ANDERSON.
For County Trutlce,
For Judge of the Criminal Cburf,
T1IOMAH H. LOGWOOD.
Allorntv-acneral of th BartUU Circuit
GEORGE W. GORDON.
JHISSISSII'I'I POLITICS COLONEL
VAN IT. HANKING.
In the Appeal of Sunday last It was
announced tb&t this gentleman had
been nominated as the Democratic can
didate for congress in the second Mi
sissippi district. The contest was be
twesn Manning and Taylor, and was
characterized by fierce bitterness. But
we are gratified to see the party concen
trating on Colonel Manning. He ia a
gentleman whose capacity, ability, in
tegrity and conrago cannot be impeach
ed. He possesses talent of the highest
order, and as a member of congress will
utter no sentiment and give no vote
that will antagonize the true Interests
of tho people of Missif s'ppL The rivalry
in the second district has been ani
mated, but it is gratifying to know that
Colonel Manning will not be seriously
damaged by a canvass in which his
claims were passionately contested.
Colonel Taylor withdrew his name, and
we predict without venture that in the
contest no more valuable service will
bo rendered the Democratic cause
than by Colonel Taylor. It Is only
by harmony that the Democracy
of Mississippi can retain the
rwr iitoj- coourcd la NorBoiOer last.
Tli 9 Democratic legislature was char
actered by reform. It abolished all
supernumerary offices, and retained only
such as were indispensable to thejproper
administration of the State government.
In three months after the State of Mis
sissippi had been reetored to the right
ful control of the people, retrenchment
and reform was found in every depart
ment, and as the remit of Democratic
ascendancy taxes were greatly reduced.
This reform and retrenchment is a guar
anty that the same party, if continued
in power, will give permanent peace
and prosperity to a State that has been
nearly ruined by misrule and corruption.
The people of Mississippi have learned
In sorrow what Ridical rule means, and
they will not surely remand the State
back to the extravagance and profligacy
of the party that will again entail upon
them the very burdens which
the Democracy have lifted from
their shoulders. The Demooracy
of Mississippi have faithfully fulfilled
every pledge made by them during the
canvas3 last fall, and they wi'I retain
the advantage already gained If they are
true to themselves-, and maintain a com
pact, impregnable organization in every
county in the State. Colonel Van H.
Manning is the Democratic nominee for
coDgress In the second district, and Is
worthy of the enthuaiastic support of his
party. The patriotism of Colonel Tay
lor, In withdrawing from the canvass
and giving his support to hia successful
rival, ii another tribute to the nobleness
and generosity of his nature. He Is of
that class who can rise above defeat ard
declare anew his devotion to the party
of which he is an honored member. Hia
manly course throughout the whola con
test has bound those who were his friends
at first to him by hocks of steel, and
won the high regard and sincere friend
ship of those who opposed his nom
ination. With his record in public
life, aud his character as a private citi
zen without spot or blur, there Is yet a
brilliant future before him. The people
are not slow to appreciate worth, hon
esty, fidelity to paity and principle, and
they know thst Colonel Taylor has been
true to them and their interests, and he
will surely receive his reward. With
union and harmoDy and such self-abnegation
as has been displayed by Colonel
Taylor, the Democracy of Mississippi
will triumph; without these Mississippi
wia ne reclaimed by the Radicals and
left alone to writhe in her pain until
Time, the repairer, shall make a new
soil, and develop a new growth upon
the destruction and the decay of the
present order of things.
means battle, and the Demoorata must
prepare for the contest Our danger is
in the apathy of our party. All concede
that Tennessee will give to Tilden and
Hendricks a majority of near fifty
thousand. The danger is not in the
Presidential election, but in our county
elections, which occur on tho third of
August, and In view of the fact that
Tennessee Is the flrat of the States in
wliich an election will be held prior
to the Presidential election, the im
portance of oar party casting its full
strength in the August elections cannot
be overestimated. If we meet with dis
aster in our elections, it will exerciso a
depressing and most Injurious effect in
the great national struggle. On the
other hand, if we roll up the majcrlty to
whioh we are entitled, a corresponding
enthusiasm will certainly follow. We
therefore exhort the Democracy of Ten-
netsse to labor for victory in the August
election. Let not the Democratic exocu
tlvc committee for Shelby county be
deceived: let not the nominees for the
county offices flatter themselves into the
belief that they will have no opposition.
They will have formidable opposition
by candidates secretly nominated on the
eve of the election. We warn the De
mocracy of Shelby as to its duty. The
organization of a Hayes and Wheeler
club to-night Is the breeze that precedes
the storm, the trickling of the drop ere
the bursting of the fountain. Let, there
fore, no time be lost in perfecting the
Democratic organization, and In the
adoption of measures that will secure
victory. Let the time between this and
the election be industriously employed
by every true Democrat in arousiDg His
fellow-citizens to the Importance of
bringing out a full vote for Anderson,
for Logwood, for Rawlings, and for Gor
don. Let there be such a
rally of tho strength of the par
ty on the third of August
as the importance of the occasion de
mands. Let us thunder forth a sweep
ing and glorious Democratic victory. It
cannot be that Shelby county will re
turn to Radicalism, which all other sec
tions are leaving in disgust. The nom
ination of Tilden and Hendricks has in
spired the Democracy throughout the
Union with confidence, and Shelby
must do her duty.
and property-holders of the State, ac
cording to the value of the property
We favor such legislation as will en
courage and foster the productive indus
tries of the county, sustain and develep
a liberal and comprehensive system of
free public instruction, ana Dy mese
measures Increasing the mineral and
material wealth of the State, and re
moving the frightful scenes of crime
and disorder, and lightening the burden
Having full confidence In the ability
and integrity of Governor James D. Por
ter, we commend him to the Democracy
of the Slate as a suitable standard-bearer
In our approaching gubernatorial con
Fourtn Celebrated In Old-Fash?
loned Style Etc.
From an Occasional Correspondent of the
Corinth, Miss., July A. To-day has
been a glorious day. The people of old
Tishomingo and Alcorn united to cele
brate the one hundredth anniversary of
the independence of our country. In the
morning speeches were delivered by
Colonel A. D.DHworth, Colonel C. W.
M'Cord, George S. Inge and Judge J.
W. Kilpatrick. The barbecue was served
in the old-fashioned way. The Iuka
and Corinth base ball club3 played a
match game for the championship of
North Mississippi, and me score stood
twenty-two to flrteen in favor of the
Corinth boys. After the game was
j layed the people left for their homes,
well pleased with tho day.
O-lo vo-FlttirLK Corsota
ble and Eco
jfi II 1 WT m
G IE A DEB
Theygl re en
lady who has
where Increasing popularity Induces many
competitors to copy our names and marks as
nearly as possioie. xie sure . i
"ANovELTT-THoMSoy'sPATSNT soUd fast
ening capped CoesitBtekm. They are Un
breakable, and their fastenings do not
abrald the dress. For sale by first-class deal
ers everywhere. THOMSON, LANGDON &
oo New York, Bole Importers and Patentees
for the TJ. 8. -
Coacrndilnlions Fourlngr In Upon tbc
Great Kerormrr" Itnt mention -Gerninn
The Paris Intelligencer thinks that
"the Democracy of Shelby acted wisely
not to permit any differences among
themselves at this critical juncture. We
learn from William J. Sykes, who was
present and took an active part in the
meeting being one of the committee
on resolutions that the feeling In favor
of Governor Poiter's nomination was
overwhelming, there not being, so far as
ho knew, a single delegate appointed
who would not vote for bim. The ob-
ect of the Shelby county Dsmocraoy is
to represent their own feelings, and at
the same time aot in harmony with the
Democracy in other parts of the State."
PLEASANT HULL,, MISS.
Grand Centennial Plcnlc-Tlldcn nnd
Hendricks Indorsed Colonel Van
II. Manning for Congress.
From an Occasional Correspondent of the
Pleasant Hill, July 6. A erand
Centennial picnic and ratification meet
ing was held at this place on the Fourth
of July. , The meeting organized by call
ing VV. J. Wllroy to the chair and ap
pointing V. A. Marshall secretary. By
request of the chair, the old veteran
Democrat of DeSoto county. Dr. W. H.
M'Car&n. briefly explalnod the obiect of
the meeting, and on motion the chair
was authorized to appoint a committee
of three to draft resolutions expressive
of the se'ise of the meeting; whereupon
the chair appointed the following gen
tlemen: Dr. w. H. M'Cargo, C. A. Mar
shall and S. J. Dickey, who submitted
the following resolutions, which were
Resolved, That the action of the Na
tional Democratic convention at St.
Louis, in nominating Tilden and Hen
dricks for th 9 highest offices in tho gift
of the nation, meets with our most
hearty approval, for in them we recog
nize two standard-bearers who will
faithfully represent the great National
Democratic party and the best interests
of the nation.
Beiolved, That the platform of prin
ciples set forth by the party nominating
these standard-bearers are the true prin
ciples and proper exponents of the great
National Democratic party, and also
meets with our hearty approval.
Resolved, That in the selection of
Colonel Van H. Manning by the district
congressional convention, recently held
at Oxford, we recognize a man in every
way qualified and fit to represent ua in
the congress of the United States; and
while, he was not the first choice of
some of us, yet we have the moot un
bounded confidence in his Integrity, and
we do hereby pledge to him our united
support at the ballot-box.
Resolved, That these proceedings be
published In the Jackson Clarion, the
Press and Times at Hernando, and the
Albany, July 1. Governor Tilden
Has about as much business upon his
hands as he can attend to, and will not
go to Philadelphia on the fourth, state
ments to that effect being quite as imag
inative as some of the recent interviews
with him. He does not care to go to the
Centennial as a patt of a public display,
but will be content to go at a later day
as a private citizen. Returning dele
gates visited him throughout the morn
ing hours to-day, and a bushel basket of
mail matter engaged his attention In the
intervals. Among the letters and tele
grams it is note worthy that a number
bavo been received from schools, Sun-daj-3chools,and
clergymen of various re
ligious denominations. One of the lat
ter from a clergyman in Washington
says he has traveled thirty thousand
miles in two years and has felt the pub
lic pulse, which beats very strong
ly for reform; and another from
a superintendent of a Sunday
school in Cincinnati asks for a senti
ment from the reform governor which
may be read to his Sunday-school, while
a third from a Jewish rabbi recalls with
tnanKS a contribution wnich the gover
nor had made to Mount Sinai hcspital
some years ago. Forty-four pupils of a
business college in Poughkeep3ie sant
their congratulations in a telegram, and
say they will work for his election.
Among the other telegrams recelved,one
was from Ex-Governor Thomas Swann,
of Maryland; Mr. Aiken, Mr. Magrath,
and five other ex-governors of South
Carolina; Judge PJnckney, of Mary
land; Columbus Alexander, of Wash
ington; John G. Thompson, of Onio;
8enator Casserly, Congressman Bovee,
C. C. Walker, and others, some of
whom are Republicans. The friends of
the governor who conducted the cam
paign for him at St. Louis will probably
arrive home on Monday.
New Yorker Hand:l3 Zeltung.
Our sympathies In the approaching
struggle are with Samuel J. Tilden, not
because, but notwithstanding he is the
nominee of the Democratic party. It is
not with hollow phrasss, but by weighty
deeds, that Tilden has proved himself
the representative of reform. But what
is Hayes? Ho is the nominee of a party
which claims indemnity for eight years
of misgovernment on the strength of its
great services in tne past; which de
mands the confidence of the people
witnouc ouering guarantees ror tne fu
ture, for it has as good as thrown on one
side the only practical reformer in its
ranks, Benjamin Briatow. If words ex
press thoughts, tben the Republican
P9rty in its entirety is completely iden
tified with Grant ism, otherwise it could
not, in its platform, have offered the .
warmest thanks to the national admin
istration, and particularly to President
Grant, for "honorable fulfillment of
pledges." Under existing circum
stances, the victory of the Re
publican candidate could only
be desirable if the opposition, in ltd
nominations and its declaration of prin
ciples, offered something absolutely
worse; ana mis is not tne case. Tilden
and Hendricks are auita as honorable.
and at least as important men as Hayes
ana wneeier, ana, as to tue two plat
forms, the Democratic, of which reform
is the beginning and the end, has many
advantages over tne Kepuoncan.
ratification at clarksvillb.
Special to the Courier-Journal.
Clarkbville, Tenn., July 4. Ar
rangements nave been made for a Tilden
and Hendricks ratification meeting on
the tenth instant. Colonel W. C. Breck
inridge and Mr. Wattersnn have been
selected a9 the oratois for the occasion
llolt)t. Lewis &'Co.,
RTOMPms tin urn wnnFS
tlPLwEP ul -a ii w
New and Second-hand Boilers always on hand.
3 team boat and Plantation w or prompt
ly attended to.
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University of Louisiana.
Medical Department, Hew Orleans.
A. H. CxjfAS, MJJ., Emeritus Professor of
o us te tries.
T. G. Richardson, M.D., Processor of Sur-
8eSAMUKi. M. Beeniss, M.D., Professor of
Stanfosd E. Chaiijvb, MJJ., Professor of
Joseph Jones, M.D., Professor of Chemistry.
Samuel Looan, M.D., Professor of Anat
omy. Ebhkst S. Lewis, M.D., Professor of Obstet
rics. T. J. HeAed, M.D., Professor of Materia
AtjBebt Miles, M.D., IDemonstrator of
The Forty-Third Annual Coarse of Instruc
tion In this institution will commence on
MONDAY, the 13th of November, 1876, and
terminate on the third Saturday of March.
1877. Preliminary lectures on Clinical Medl-
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AND LIVER XAJD.
Democratic Convention The Guberna
torial, Consrresslonnl, Legislative
sad Presidential Candidates.
From an Occasional Correspondent of the
Covington, Tenn., July 5. A Demo
cratic convention was held at Coving
ton, Tennessee, on the fifth instant.
The convention waa called to order by
Hon. Peyton J. Smith, and Colonel J.
W. Green elected permanent chairman,
and John Green Hall, secretary.
On the fifth, ballot Captain C. B.
oimonwn was nominated lor repre
sentative. Delegates were appointed to the gu
bernatorial convention at Nashville,
with Instructions to cast Tipton county's
vote for Governor James D. Porcer for
Delegates to the congressional
venuon were inatructea to use
honorable means to secure the nomina
tion of G. W. Smitheal, Eiq., of Cov
ington, for congress.
Ddegates to the senatorial convontion
were enjoined to urge the claims of Hon.
Holmes Cumins for the nomination.
Kesolutiona were passed indorsing the
St. Louis nominations.
The Woman Suffragists.
Philadelphia, July 3. A meeting
of the American woman suffrage associ
ation was neia mis morning m Horti
cultural hall to celebrate the one htm.
dredth anniversary of the establishment
of woman suffrage by the Province of
xmow jersey. Aa dresses were delivered
by Lucy Stone, Julia Ward Howe and
otners, wno endeavored, bv citine nu
merous example?, to show that women
were as well calculated to hold positions
of trust and intelligence as men. The
constitution of the second of July, 1776,
of New Jersey, which continued in force
until 1844, was referred to, under which
women availed themselves of the suf
frage at the polls, and peitinent remarks
were maae upon tne subject.
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nttea up, wniie tne state looms are ngnt, airy
and roomy. The saloons, .arge and well ven
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Smoking-rooms. Ladles' Boudoirs, Pianofortes
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baldness, and making the hair crow thick and
As a dressing nothing has been found so ef
factual or desirable.
Dr. A. A. Hayes. State Assnver of Massachu
setts, says or it: "I consider It the best
razFABATioN ior lis intended purposes."
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may be relied on
to chance the color of the beard from eray or
any other undesirable shade, to brown or
black, at discretion. It is easily applied, be
ing in one preparation, and quickly and
oiiwiuuiy prouueesa permanenL color wmcn
wiuueimer ruo nor wasn on.
R. P. HALL Sc t O., Saihna, V. SI.
Sold bvall DrueelRta and Dealers in Medicine.
E, N. FBiSHMAN & BROS.
190 W. FOURTH STREET,
CIHCianSATI, : : :
Are anlhoTfzed to contract1 for nd-
vrtlln In thla nanor.
HAKE YOUR FORTM!
THIRD GOLDEN DHAWIN6
f'!napMCT jw 'syym
K"o. 263 SEOGHD STREET.
Oents Per Weak
To Slty SabBcrlbers, ZleUveied by Car
riers. SUMMER RESORTS.
WHITE CLIFF MINEE 1L SPEIHB8
MOTJ5TAIN HEALTH KESORT,
MONROE COUNTY, EAST TENNESSEE:
will be opened for tbe reception of guests
on the first of June, 18TS. tbet?e springs are
situated on Cnilhowee mountain, fllteen miles
southeast of Mouse Creek, Tennessee East
Tenn., Vo. and Ga R. It. 1200 feet above the
surrounding valley, aud 3500 to 4C00 feet above
Rates of Board Per day, 52; perweek, J1050;
per month (June), 30: per month (after June),
flO special rates to families; hack-fare one
way, J2; round trip, S3.
For pamphlets giving analysis of water,
temperature and full particulars, address
J. H. MAQILL, Proprietor,
Mouse Creek, East Tennessee.
We cordially recommend the "White ClifJ
Springs to the citizens of Memphis as a splen
did summer resort lor health aud comfort.
The mountain scenery is beautiful; tbe min
eral waters tare tine, and the hotel Is new,
spacious and well-kept. JOS. LENOW,
my 21 J. T. LSATH.
lauderdale County, Alabama.
THE watersor these Springs are a speclflc in
Lropsles, Dyspepsia, Scrofula, Chronic
Diarrhea, all dij.ea.ses of the Liver, Skin and
Kidneys, and dlKeasea icn!t3r to fe
males. For circular, address
Jn23 W. P. ELLIS.
3. 3. ALEXANDER.
T2ICS. at MILLER.
THESE celebrated Springs, situated In Tish
omingo county, MlsNlfslppl, 115 miles
from MemDhis. immediate! von the MumnhlK
and Charleston Railroad, will be opened for
tbe reception of guests ou June 15th. The
waters of these Springs are Justly celebrated
for their hvsienlc nronertles. and consist of
Sulphur, Alum, Magnesia, Chalybeate and:
Freestone. The buildings, which are entirely
new, are beautiful In design, combining ele
gance with comfort. The entire furniture and;
fixtures are perfectly new. The sronnds are-
spacious and delightful; tbe town quiet and
refined. Express, post, tolegraph and ticket
offices near the hotel, Bar unsurpassed.
TERMS. Board per day. S2 50: ufrweek.SH:
per month, S40. Children under tea years of
age and servants half price.
Aiji.vAriJKi; s .MiL.Lit.tt, top rs.
WHITE SOLFSUE SPRINGS
HOSE elevation is 2000 feet above tide
water, lone and favorablv known for
their valuable ALTERATIVE WATERS, their
charming summer climate, and tbe large and
fashionable pairouage that annually resort to
them, ARE NOW OPEN.
Their capacity is about 1500 persons.
Charges to July 1st. 560 per month 517 60 per
week; for months July and August, monthly
tS5; weekly, 511.
Extensive repairs have been made since lash
season. Including the erection of a large hotel
with all modern improvements, which will be-
kept open during winter as well as summer.
Also, several new cottages.
Descriptive pamphlets obtained at the druz
store of S. Mansfield & Co., Memphis, Tenn.
GEO. L. PEYTON & CO.,
my25 eod Proprietors.
95 Camp St, near Potcras, Mew Orleans, La.
JAMES FLAHERTY ! J. J. SULLIVAN
election notices. WHOLESALE GROCERY
The Democracy Indorse Tilden nnd
Hendricks, and Governor Jniors
HATES AND WUEELEK CLUB.
We eee from the advertising columns
of cor aati-Damocratio cotemporary
that a meeting will be held at Cochran
,6Ul. lwl purpose oi organ
izing a Hayes and "Wheeler club. The
call is signed by slxty-slx white Repub
licans, and wo notice among the names
that of Em. EAeridge. The name of
no c-oiortu man appears to the call.
What is tho meanlcg of this slight to
the negro? Have the Republican gone
bsck on him? Do they propose an aris
t5cratic organization that is to exclude
the black trash? We cannot believe
that the colored peoplo are so wanting la
Belr-itspect as to submit to this indig
nity. The organlz'stlon of a Hayes and
Wheeler club in Memphis should ad
monish the Democratic party of Shelby
county as to ita duty. This movement
The Knox county Democracy he!d a
ma&a-meeling at Kuorvllle on Monday,
the third instant, at which Colonel Mo
ses White presided. A full delegation
was appointed to attend the State Dem
ocratic convention at Nashville on tbe
ninth of August. The committee on res
olutions reported, through Colonel Al
fred Caldweil, the following, which was
The Democratic and Conservative
party of Knox county, in convention as
sembled, do hereby accept and Hoattily
Indorse the resolutions and platform an
nounced by the National Democratic
convention which recently assembled at
i ' pieage oursoives to a
united and cordial support of Samuel J.
TOden and Thomas A. Hendricks for
President and Vice-President of the
We demand rechment in expendi
tures in both national and 8tate affairs
economy in every department of the
State government ; a fair and equ 1 dis
tribution of taxes among all citizens
nnHE undersigned has been appointed by the
jl u. a, wjuii ncii,i.if ior tne late nrm oi
MUIiDOON, BUMiETT & CO.,
of this city, and will offer, at private sale,
their extensive stock of MABBLE and
MADSTONES, STATUARY, VASES AND
MANTELS, Rough and Sawed Marble, t-t
iiiuu less tnaa cost, to sun purchasers.
Now is tbe time to improve your cemetery
lots with first-class work, at lowest prices, and
for smaller dealers to stock their shops, as
these goods will be sold cheaper than any
body else can produce tbem.
HTOBii: MlttV Will sell the STEAM
SrpN K SAWMILL, fitted up with the latest
jjaieui improvements, an in complete run
ning order, to any Individual or company at a
uj&igam. isuu hloi .aiauisou street.
ir GEO. H. BELL. Receiver.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That by virtue of an execution to me
directed from the Honorable Supreme Court
u icuurasw, in me case oi waiter (Joleman.
UtVi. Atf- TC Parnllna B.hM.rf.. . .t .
rendered on the 5th day of November, lb73, fer
" " i" iuui uuuuicu uuu ueventy-six aoi
lars and flfty-two cents, with interest and
costs of suit, to satisfy Bald Judgment, etc., I
will, on -aHutsdny, ine 27tn day or July,
1870, la legal hours. In front of the court
house, Memphis, Tennessee, proceed to sell,
to the highest bidder, for cash, the to'lowlne
described property, to-wit: All the right, title
and Interest of defendant, Caroline Bchroeder,
In and two lot 3M, on the northwest corner of
Third and Jacksan streets. In the city of Mem-
)uui,iiiu.jr ui oueiuy auu state or Tennessee-said
lot being 74 by 118 feet. Levied on as
the property of defendant, Caroline Schroeder,
to satisfy said Judgment, Interests and costs.
Memphis, 17th day of May, 1S76
C. L. ANDERSON,
Sheriff of Shelby county, Tenn.
By W. D. Cannon, Deputy-Sheriff.
T. A. Eyan, Att'y for plaintiff. Jy6 thu
James D. Porter, Governor of the State of
j.ennessee ' 10 ail wno snail see these Pres
ents ureeune :
WHEREAS, A vacancy exists in the office
of District Attorney-General of tha
Bartlett Circuit Court of Shelby county,
caused by the resignation of A. M. Stephens,
Now, therefore, I, James D. Porter. Onv-
ernor of the State of Tennessee, by virtue ot
iuo pvw uuu auwiuriiy vefctea in me oy the
constitution and laws, hereby order an elec
tion to be nelo within the limits or said Bart
lett Circuit ou 'lhursdav. the 3d dav nf An.
gust, l76,toflll said vacancy; andthe Sheriffs
ana otuer pincers intrustea Dy law with such
duties in mid Bartlett Circuit will, on snid
day, proceed to open and hold said election at
an tne various precincts and voting places
within their respective counties, ami iinnrn.
turn make as provided by law.
In;test!mony whereof, I hereunto setmy hand,
uuu ii.vd wiuscu buv ureal Deal oi elate 10
be affixed at NashvUIe, this 21st day of
4 UUC. A.OI V.
JAMES D. PORTER, Governor.
uiias. N. uibss, secretary of state. ln25su
James D. Porter, Governor of the State of
itmneesee j.u kii wno snaii see these Pres
TITHE REAH, A vacancy exists In the office
(I oi juogeoi inoi.TiminaifJOnrtnr Rhnihv
cuuu.v. causcu uy tue rtttuenauon oi Hon.
now, tnereiore, i, James u. Porter, Gov
ernor of the Stats of Tennessee, bv vlrtn of
iuh power anu uuiuuniy vestea in me Dy the
constitution and laws, hereby onder an elec
tion to be held within the limits of sai.i Prim.
lnal Court Circuit on Thursday, the 3d day of
Auifunb, iott lu uji iuiiu vacancy; ana the
Sheriffs and other officers Intrusted bv law
with such duties In said Criminal Court Cir
cuit win, on saiu nay, proceed to open and
hold said election at aU the various nreclnnta
mm vuuug places wiiuin meir respective
counties, and due return make as provided
In testimony whereof. I hereunto set mv
hand, and have caused the Great Seal of
niate to ne amxea at jNasnvuie, this zist day
ot June, 1S76.
JAMES D. PORTER, Governor.
Coas. K. Gibbs, Secretary of JJtate. j Ju25 su
COTTON FACTORAGE BUSINESS
at the old stand of A. C. TreadweU & Bros
3STo. IX TJnion St.
and solicit a contlnnance of the very liberal
patronage heretofore extenoc'o tne old-firm.
A. C. SaSADWELL.
A. U. TrtKADWKldj.
June 13, 1S76. S. 8. TREAD WELL.
T. J. HOG AN. J. P. JORDAN.
fl 1 1 1 N I A N A FLAHBBTY & 8
82S-327 SECOND STREET,
Between Monroe and Union.
INVITE OUR FRIENDS AND THE
ubllc generally to give us a call.
uniioii siTcn io orders.
HOGA.N. JORDAN & CO.
UNIVERSITY OF TIBGINIA.
SUMMER LAW LKCTURFStnlne weekly)
begin 13th July, 1S70, and end 13th Septem
ber. Have proved of signal use 1st, to stu
dents who design to pursue their studies at
this or other Law-school; 2d to those who pro
pose to read privately: and 3d, to practitioners
who have not had the advantage of reste.
matlc Instruction. For circular apply (P. O.
University of Va.) to JOHN B. MINOR,
jutz.w tnou vom, ana mat. Law.
STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated 1S68 Vapltal, 81,350,000
OPERA HO DSE, NEW ORLEANS
Saturday, July 29, 1S76
NO SCALING I NO POSTPONEMENT I
CAPITAL FEIZB S100,000.
8580 Prises, aggregating to $502,500.
ALL PAID I If GOLD!
One Prise to Every Six Tick eta.
At $50 Each, TJ. S. CErrencj.
Tenth and Twentieth Coupons in proportion.
LIST OF PRIZES:
ONE CAPITAL PRIZE
1 Krtr.ff. , ,,, ,
317 and S28 Seesnd Street,
ear Monro : j : : SfEMPflis. tena
Elerant Bobes. Gaits' SeILs. and alt irinrfmf
uuiu A i imiiii uiTi iur sale. HnMla alfjint nn
k-iu i iu mmirrai or tumains. lylg
G H. HOLST
r. w. hoist.
ITI-B E HTAK EES
HO HAI3 St., cp. Peabod7 Utotal,
Always on hand, a laree assortment nf Ma.
talUc Cases and Caskets, and Wooden Co dm
i every ueacnDiion.
Orders bv teleer
Oww nblnra (' o.
promptly filled, vnd
2 Prizes at $5,000,
4 Prizes at 200.
20 Prizes at l.ooo.
GO Prizes at GOO.
1200 Prizes at 100.
S00O Prizes at .50 100,00)
tiYi Annmrlmatlnn Ml waa a t fWl w
':i$ JAS. WAL8H, STBHOGRAPHBR
3580 Prizes In all, amounting to (gold)?002jC0
Beliable Agcals lYantedETerjrThere.
Tickets for sale and information furnished
Lonlilann State Lottery Co.Sow Orleaaa
I" O, Bos 632. Jala daw
38 North Court Street.
EVIDENCE reported in Courts, beforer ef
. erees, etc., verbatim. Shorthand tunht
any or by mall, "6
BON AQUA SPBISGS.
THIS delightful summer resort wlU be open
for visitors on tbe 13tn Jaue.
The wateis of these springs are renowned
for their cure of Dyspepsia. Diarrhea. Dvsen-
tery. Summer Complaints of children, Dis
eases of tbe Kidneys and Skin, Acwmia. Ner
vous Prostration, Chorea, Menstrual Disor
ders, Rheumatism, aud all cases of general
debility. Their recuperative and rejuvenat
ing: properties are wonderfnl: end what Is
more remarkable, no death has ever occurred
there from sickness, and chilli among deni
zens of that locality are scarcely known. The
air is pure, anu tne nights are always cool.
Board single month. HO Ort
Board two months (per montn) 35 W)
Half price for children and servants
Special rates for families.
Visitors will leave the cars at Bon Aqua Sta
tion, on tbe Nashville and Northwestern Rail
road, where they will be met by elegant backs.
W. B. KUSSELL. Manager.
J. B. WINBERN. Assistant. my21
REDUCTION OF SOSRD
A T THE
ii. Alum 8princ3.-
'RINGS. Owincr tn thnilnnrnuMl
mnrlttlnn tf (hn .-.- . v, 1 . !
detei mined to lower his charges, that aU may
be able to derive the benefits lrom the use of
these Justly celebrated waters. Tbey need no
recommendation, since they have so fully es
tablished their e Dclency tbrongh the thou
sands who have been brought from deaths
door to renewed health by the use ot thelr
wonderlul medicinal waters. Since last sum
mer the Chalybeate Spring, which wasopened
last year, has been thoroughly analyzed by
Professor M. B. Harden, of the V. M. I., of
Virginia, aud by comparison shows it to be
f nliy as strong as " Rawley " ot carbonate of
iron, having a small quantity more than one
and a small quantity less than the other two
springs. So in addition to the water that has
made these springs so famous, the proprietor
takes pleasure In announcing that iio ran fnr.
nlsh those who may need to drink either sep
arately or in connection with the more cele
brated waters of these 8Drinrs a nnrn rnrhan.
vo uuu vu uemej waier, interior to
none, and eaualed onlv bv Ttawi
State. This at the very cheap rates, with nv.
commodatlon fully up to any previous year.
First month of four weeks. ui - turn mnntha
eluht weeks. SIOO. '
Proiesor J.8. Davis, University of Virginia.
tsena ior circular,
JAMES A. FRaZIER,
Yellow Sulphur Springs
In Montgomery County, Ya.,
Near Chrlstlansburg Depot.on tbe Atlantic.
Uloetrolnnl kt n-u
A. BEC5LEY & CO., PS0PBIET0ES.
Open for Visitors from Flrat Juno to
Board per day.
Board per single wtek
Board 1 weeks or longer, per week
For sin ele month or rfava
For 2 consecutive months, per mont!
inuaren under 10, half price, fervants half
price, oraccosding to accommodation.
iuenu arrangements made with families.
. 11 CO
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