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Tha hearth of honisl Vesmlag - . .
1 ... With ray of joaj light, ..
And lovely eye are gleaming.
As fall tbe shades ol Bight;
f And while thy seare leaving'
The elret pure and bright, -
A tender voice half -grieving,
8r Doo'$ uy late to-night." T
The world in which thou "movest "
! 11 busy, brave and. wide; ,
The world oC net thou lovest
la on the Ingle aide. -She
walu tor thy warm greeting; -
Thy mule la her delight; ;
Her gentle Voice entreating,
8ayaf ton1atay late to-night," !
- - .. .- f ..!
The world Ueeld, Inhuman,-- t-
' Will apnrn Vm In thy fail;
Tbe love of 'one Aire woman' '
Outlaata and ahaniae them all; ''
Tby children will 6:-artiim fhee, '
Let fatal dark or bright;' ' " ,.
At heme no (bait will, w pund thecv '
Then, "Don't May lata to-night," -
Orient ' Pearls at Eailoia Stniiii.
Faltf leads from, UaeH'to Jcsua.
The genuroas fceAri should acorn
a pleasure which., girea others pain.
Laziness is a goof deal like mon
ey, the more a man ha the more he
want. rT , , s f f, s 4- r, ,
Fine eight of .human pomp and
worldly (rrandeor captivate ana rav
ish world! minda. ociul ') i . i .'
Scandal, .like tbe Nil, . la fed by
many stream, 1 but iv extremely
diffleult to trace it to itaaourea.
Those who have escaped the rock
of grose .'oliia; bars yai baa cam. a
way apon tho golden sands.
A guilty conscience Is like a whit 1
pool, drawitt: in ail totJUXeli which
would otherwise pass by.
u The pebbles In oar path weary us,
and .make ae foot-aore, Wore than
the rocks, which only require a bold
effort to surmount. ...
One sight bf the matchlosa charms
and daxiliog glories ef the Baylor
makea all other thing appear1 mean
and contemptible. ' --
Wise travellers provide things
needful foe their Journey, and guard
against suoh a Q itt.w&it. .by the
way, to rob Utra.
It Is the great Joy of the Gospet--indeed,
it la ttat which makea the
Gospel, that it is tor any and every
poor sinner who wiU believe. -
It Is said that when the soldiers of
the King of Italy took the oath of al
legiance; they1-no longer do soon
the crucifix but pa tho Scriptures,-
The essence of the Gospel, the Joy
of sinners, and the glory of faith
coasiata in a firm belief in the effica
cy of Joe-ua boloved to cleanse and i
save the ouL...i-,0a ,n .Vsri-V' ,r .
A man's poasoBalon are Must as
large aa hia own souL If his title
deeds cover more,, the. surplus acres
own Mm, not he Utei acre R. F.
iiatiocki ; -
A 'Methodlet' chapel was opened
i:n Homo, Xtal) , on taster Sundays
It is large enough q accommodate
an audlaaeobf ou huudred and fif
ty persons. .
' Ileathcniam wai 'the'secklnij reli
gion. Judaism the hoping religion.
Christianity is the Teality of what
heathenism taught, and .Judaism
hoped for. 'v;;VV-;;;."r '
Enjoy the blessings of this day if
Ood sends them; and the evils bear
patiently and sweetly. ' For thiajilay
only is ours1; we are dead to yester
day, and are not ber A to to-morrow.
T"fie hierarchy if the Roman Cath
olic .Church in the . United States
consists of seven provinces, divided
into-sixarch-lioceBBea and Tour.vJ
caratoa apostcaUa. , "7, r-'4i
Toulhful' minds, like the pliant
wax, are sasceptihle of- tho mot
lasting impresions;and flie good or
evil bias they theor receive is seldom
if ever eradicated.!"! mi y (, .
There are no paths but will be
brighter, i no- shadow on heart or
brain, but will lift sooner, Id the
preseuceor a determined cheerful
iieas...:.,....: .,;;;.. ,-:,".:: .i.
Macauly says: Of all inventions
the alphabet and printintr press
lone excepted, thOAe"' in ventlona
which abridge Cibtance have done
inotit tor tha cl viluatloa of our
species. -h . (.i.e.. c: i ..
Noah'a dove made use of her
wings to fly, but trusted to the ark
for jsafoty. v JLct dutios have your
uimareneo not not your confidence
j.nomat trauon.; '
Our luata are corda.' Fierv trial
are sent to burn and consume them.
Who r feara . thw flame which will
brtno-iua jiborty troua bonds lutol
. Pr. McCllnton says: " It is a great
.guut on any man to allow any men
tal faculties he may possess to be
come rusty from disuse or to submit
implicit to another, i w-
The first mission haa at length
ueen eawuuanea, "alter much pray,
er and aniloty and" persevering f-
ivivt ui wai uuna nu OI Our A1
merican Continent, Terra del Fn
The avaricious man is like the
barren, aandy ground of the desert,
which sucks iu all the ram and dews
with great greediness,' but yields uo
fruitful her b or fUnta,for the ben-
em oi omera. .0 ., w..0 fU( . -r .,
Down below all tho crust of ha
man conceptions, of human ideas
Cnrtst sank an artesian well into a
source or Happiness so pnre and
blessed that even, yet tho world doea
Ii'fe la made op, not of great sac-
riaces or auues, out or little thinirs
i . 1. 1 w 1 1 .
which buiiito f anu ainaness, and
euiiMA viiBaMna, kivto. aabUually
are w oat win ana preserve the
neari, ana secure comfort.
rorsake ail, and possess all; give
tip all and eajoy alL Thia is the
aoemne w Jesus, ana the expert
ence or raitn. bo we overcome the
worm, Dy preferring the love of
tnrwi to everything besides:
The writings of men and the Bi
ble are thus spoken f by one who
KJiow wnas nq was writing about:
"MCTrt books with heap orcaafl are stored:
Then leave the chair, and ipend thy pains
In gath'ring up the goidea graiaa."
Few paronts like te be told of the
faulU of a child. The reason is ob
vious. AU faults are hereditary or
vuuoiiubdi, hu i in eitner 'ease to
poiut the finger at the child is, indi-
reewjr, w rvprove me parent
- You have only a day to spend up
on earth; act in snch a wa that you
may spend it in peace. 7 1'eace it the
fruit olove; for to lire in peace, it
i. ur who many
Many men atteud the Goepal to
secure themselves reputation, busi
ness or friendship. ' This is tradinir
" -".'. Aivrwui is tae
hope of the hypoorite i though he
haa gained, when God taketh away
. his aoul? -i - '
1 think it the most beautiful and
iuumub hudsib me worm so to min-
Ke gravity, wiui the pleasure that
the one- may not sink into melan
choiy, nor the other rise up to want-
The spirit oflteelf is termed spir-
"hC?"e?. it can exiit
, . " "v'y ana out of it i 4
v.uir gracious jrOCl call- not hi.
dear ch-ldren to- forsake their na-
u.VwUUu7 q wavei to the heav
enly city, without fnrnU),;..
with arich supply f. aU things neo-
. "aiejr cumiorc, and also
strentsth to protect them from the
power of every enemy. .
True joy is a serene and somber
motion; and they are miserably de
ceived that take laughi- for rejoic
ing; the seat cf it is wir!in, and there
is no cheerfulness like the resolu
tions of a brave mind, that has for.
tune under iti feet. , t r
1 reproof "doth not 'savor of hu
manity it slgnifieth nothing. ' It
' must be like a bitter pill wraped in
gold, and tempered wiih sugar, oth
erwise it will not go down, or work
eifectnallr. i i. -i
Pinewood Cotton Factory, situat
eu on jriney inver, uacKinan coun
ty, and belonging toSamnel Graham
Jb Son, and valued at $125,000, ' was
totally destroyed by Are on Friday
night 24 tu Inst. There was no in
surance. The account below -is
from tbe Banner of Saturday.
I The mills were located fourteen
miles from Smeedsville ontDickson.
on the Nashville, and Northwestern
Eaildroad, on the PincyKiverjto
miles irom jsaahvillo, and consisted
of a large cotton and woolen mill,
and a grist and saw-mill. ' ''
The cotton and woolen mill was
built of brick, in the most substan
tial manner, three stories in height.
It operated o er 2,000 apindles. and
from So to 60 looms, besides carding
all tho other necessary machinery
Uned in such establishments.' About
120 persons were employed in it, all
or wnom nave or course been
thrown out of employment.
) The mill tnrned out weekly 7,200
yarusoi mcgoesiquaiity or lour quar
ter brown sheetings, besides large
quantities of cotton batting, yarns,
etc. It was'cstablished about twen
ty years ao by fcjamuel Graham ic
IJrotber, who own several thousand
acres of land around it, besides the
little town which they built through
the operation of the mills. The
town haa a church, school-house,
store, temporancehall andpotoflice.
Kvery man; woman and child in the
place fonnd steady employment
10 themills. '
Mi. Graham, who Is a man of
great thrift, energy and wealth,
wlu doubtless rebuild the estab
lishment. It was run to the fullest
capacity, and was doing a flourisb
f ACarUei Meal.
From the Mancheter Democrat.
We have been shown by V. S.
Iluirtrins, Esq., the owner, a verv
ciirlous medal, which, some
twenty-eight years ago, he obtained
from a Mr. Petty, who had kent
the coin for over fifty years. It is
of solid silver, and is evidently of
1 1 ench design and : manufacture. It
weight tiurt two ounces. On one
side is the head ' of a female with
flawing hair, who is bearing over
her shoulder a staff surmunted
with the French liberty cap. A
round the edge is the legend. "Li-
b&rtas Americana," with- the date
'i Jail, 1776." On the reverse side
i! representation . of an infant
llurculea straiitrlintr a servant, with
the Goddess of Liberty standing
by beating off v lion. The shield
which the Goddess bears before her
represents either the three lilies -of
S ranee or the " tn-cclored ' feathers
of the United Klndom of Great Bri
tain. Enclosing the desiirn la the
leirend. Sine Di AnimotuM 7nfna."
and beiov it thedatesr '17 Oct.-17-7V
and '19 Oct. 1781." We cannot
at present - bring- to mind any" ac-
eduntof snch a medal ever belng-sti-qck
for any purpose, and would
be glad if some of our contempora
ries, who are up 'in numismatics,
would enlighten es, . if , they can,
neon the aupiect, It is certainly a
verv rare and curiona rr.in. It fa
ai fresh and bright as though it had
just Deen struct.
I Ust b
tho rlffht deed. Do it in faith.
and in prayer' commend it to the
care of. God. And though, the
waves of circumstances may soon
waft it beyond your ken, they only
carry It to the place prepared bv
Ilim. And whether on an earthly
or a heavenly shore, the assult will
bi found, and tho reaper will rejoice
that he was once a'.sower.
(Wisdom conaisteth not in. know
ing many things, nor even in know
lag them thoroughly; but in choos
ing and in following what conduces
tho most, certainly to . our lasting
happiness and true glory.
' ii'he depths of the soul are a la
byrinth and dark, without the torch
of religion 1 Left to ourselves, we
are like subterranean , waters we
reflect only the gloomy vault of hn
jThe Cincinnati Gazette ot Thurs
day says: "The Tennessee Press As
sociation havAtlAtArminnd iirtnn . an
icursion to the east, leaving Nash
ville on tho 10th of Ansrust, and
roachlng this city on the 12th, where
they will remain two days. The
party will comprise about seventy
nvepersons. Mr. George M. iCmack,
editor of the Coffee County Demo
crat, was in the city yesterday, on
his way home from New York, hav
ing effected isatitifactory - and , very
liberal arrangemts with the railroad
lines over which the excursionits
propose to pass. Banner.
Some of ;our J Democrats lights
persist in regarding the New De
parture as a pledge for all time to
corao. We do not understand that
mien can, in matters ' which are to
be considered questions of expedien
cy, bind themselves . forever. The
people certainly have a right to re
peal, alter and amend in the future
as in the past, as may be expedient.
They do not deem it expedient now
to D7ako.oppoaition to . tho amend
ments. Tobacco Leaf.
i -- ' : :
- r ' -wt a.
i -n uen,- ssks an x.ngiisn maga
aihe writer," does the toy age real
ly cease? Look at the rich man with
nta establishment ; what Is it but
bigger box of toys? the tin coach
grown up big; the horses become a-
live; the box of sheep and cows de
veloped and better made, able to
walk and bleat and low; the trees able
wi siauu more nrmiy than thoso old
avenues whose trees were all of
tnat one peaked shape, with green
rwgieia up mem; tne toy ship
grown into a yacht: th-i box of din
ner things with the varnished pro
visions, immovable upon them, ex-
tiwugou lor tuoae gran a ainner par
ties a la liutte; the doll passed into
o mioj vuu uDT-nouw into a nur
sery r au, and if the command
came to lay by these in a box and to
pat them on a tdielf in earth's great
cupboard for our broken toys?
"t srauk y ou n wonia oe a poor
way to consider things, to look at
these things only as toys, .only as
ministers for amusement, and sters
far the whim of Je hour. But it is
certain that thev who loot lint - Ka.
yenil this brief life do thus consider
oi iacm,oo thus employ them.
Thetov age continues all the life
ivug, yuouga me ciuja's heat koos
W . ' . ..
rT' I T- f ' -w , 1 .
- mam. an we not bring np
our girls more usefully, less showily,
lM appendant on luxury and
ua: ua we not teach them
? . uwu mat to labor is a
higher thing than merely to enjoy,
that even enjoyment itself is never
uBwceias wnen it is earned? Can
we not nnt in tn thAi'v m;n.ta
ever beiheir station, principles of
umuucuy o i taste, hopeful
ness, hatlX'd of waatA- na v.-
lug firmly ; rooted, trust to their
blossoming np in whatever destiny
the young maiden may be called?
Ntmr aaie Oa-ject ml nrrlsiKe.
Let the true nature and object r
""""s uotiw unacrstood, In
accordance with the natural laws
w i aj oiuo mil l
adaptations of parties entering it
a proper knowledcn nf h .i,:
fAJn UllVBiriU sTIIIfslllVlattAsaa X
and responsibilities growing out of
O tViHUUII, '
In the opinion nf tha rii.
ne-, the Texas Radicals have no
busmosa to bother themselves about
the attitude taken bTthanm .
with resrard to the amendments, it
says: "W a have ajreed to marry the
Ifiri, and to keep her in bread and
meatand new and silk dresaes. They
have no business to inquire wheth
er we love hor or not.'1
Gov. Wii.j.....,: . ' .
the bouudarTmnrwhlch hasfor
a centurv nuzr.leri . u uw ,or.
Maryland and Virgia:,' f, 7
ter to setUe the dK?e 1lliebeU
i?.ry to lndon toPhoo th
rigrinly grants. . Greats toVs E
5K of iuterVal" wa"; isut
Yoa will find am
tancea that the l ?in-
aro the least cor Ceited- th ri Tn
are men of ,"ceuea l pedanUc
:v..fn OI lesa understand,.-
wwes Amnry ia.-i 4 V .T. "
STODDERT CARCTBCKS. K. 8. MALLORY.
Caruthers d Paallory,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
33 office 1a Lackey's new building. '
Office ever Wa. A. Haley's tirce-
. JackJion, Tean.
Will rartice in tbe Court at Jsvtxon.
and throughout Wot Tenncswe. Kptvial
laieution pid to collection. - . ft'b$MJtn
J. I). C1RIT1IERS,
ATTORWEY AT LAV, j
- JavcltMB, Twaaieeeee,
X ATllX. practice In all the Court of
IT Maduon and aurreanding countiea,
and ia tiim supreme end Ketlural Court ot
TrnneDKee. All cm I claim attentlcd to
ttir Otliee Beeond doer South East Cor
ner Itlblic Square. Jan 43-tt.
w comxkctiox wmi
IluIIofk S: Bullock,
ATTORNEY AT LAV,
JACKSON, : : : TENNESSEE.
Buidneaa entrusted to his mannpmnent
will iccelve prompt attention. Ap29-tf
J0. L. II. & D. W. TOMLIX
Councellor8 at Laic,
North East Cor. Public Square,
JACK SOy, TENNESSEE.
W7LL practice in the various Courts ot
v v Atadixon and the adjoining CounUes.
and alo ta the Supreme and Federal Court
of Werenneasee. ' All collecting entrusted
to tha will be promptly attended to r ,
unieertorth taat.fubue Square.' ' '
it. w; sims,
ATTORNEY -AT LAV.
gadsden; TENN.: .
ASSISTED by Gen. A. W. Campbell and
U. W, McCorry, wiU plve special at
tention to all claims intrusted to him for
Uefera by pel mlsnien to Tspp, Walsh A
Berry; Garvin, Bell Co.: 1'eter, Powers
A Cooper, and White Cochran, Louis
ville, KT4 Uivkerson, WillianuA Co Mem
phis, Tenn. febll-ly
l.TSO. C LOWX.
j xzmn KOKKKNT.
Lowe & ITorment,
, ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
And Solicitors in Chancery,
. Bvltv&r, II.rleBiain Cs)., Team.
Practice In all the Coarts ef Hardeman,
Fayette, Madison, Haywood' and McXairy
gog Special attention given to Collection.
Aug. 13, 1870-ly. . .. i. ...
BOBT. W. HAVNXS.
;Haynes & Bond,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
j Jnde Brwai'a ! OtHce, :
Main St., Jaeks&n, Tennessee.
TT171LL PBACTICE ta the Supreme
V w Court at Jackson; the Chancery, Cir
cuit, County and the various MaKistrates
Courts of Madison county, Tenn., end else-
wnero, wnen upecnuiy relaineu. . Ucta-u.
Dr, R. R. DASH1ELL
OFFERS hU profesrioni; aervlcea, in all
, branches of Medicine and Surgery, to
this community and its vicinity.
' Office on Msln street, opposite to' the
N. B. Dr. D. will treat dlseasea of the
eye, and set-form all the surxical operations
necessary to their radical cure. Jan (My
i ; Refer T
rr. John Chester, .;. Robt. B. Hurt, .
Hon. Milton Brown, Allen Ixtberry, -llervey
Brown, . f . Jtev. J. 11. Kvana, '
i . Kev. fU McNair.
i . Dr. J. A. AUKINGTON
OFFERS his services to the citizens ol
' Jackson and vicinity In the practice ol
hiatnvfexsicu Dentistry, '..
pepiemoer in, -vo-w.
DR. WM. B. SPENCER,
. SUTilEiQIl BBStiSt .
Has returned te Jackson, and u permanent
ly located for the practice ot Dentistry.
Da. JNO. CHKSTKK. DR. SAM. H. CHESTEK.
Dr. Jolui Oliester
Has associated with him in the practice of
! meuicine, nu brother,
Dr. Sam'l H. Chester,
I " ....-V
And offer their cervices to the citizens of
Jackson and vicinity.
t3T omce on the corner of Royal and
Chester Street. . , . i ; , mayjo-tf
Grand Opening !
nEAUTIFUL NEW SPRING !
; 7 JC5T RECEIVED, "
Fresh . From the . East,
' :- - AT ..
QNK OK THE LARGEST STOCKS OF
Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
CHEAP FOI. CASH.
Ladies' Hat ami Trimmmrs. ia lanre.
cuuiinvw anu eieanu .
Staple Goods Unnsually Law.
Tlioiuns J. Fry,
Is always on hand to wait Hpon the crowds
that throng the store.
WISE AND CALL
In Chancery at alexin jrton.
James S. Flake and Sanford Dennison vs.
James . Flake.
"I N this caue it sppeariDi? from tbe bill
Js-nled, which Is sworn to. that the said de.
fendant is a non-resident, and hi wherea
bouts unknown, and can not be broucrht
Into court by the ordinary process of the
law, tvijs therefore ordered by me that the
.. . ... . ..
Mtiu nun-resjuenc aeienuant De nouaea Dv
puuucstton, lt tonr successive weeks in
the "Whis; and Tribone." a newspaper
published in tbe city of Jackson, Tenn., to
he and aDnear at the next term nf th
Chance rv Court at Lexinirton. Tenn.. tn h
holden-on the 4th Monday in Auiru-st next.
wiium ue nrsi laree uys or said term,
then and there to Plead, answrxor desunr to
aid iiilUor the aaaie will be taken lor con.
fussed and the -cause set lor hearing, ex-
yric. mis juiv i-.i.
Ja-t ; . UAJisrsL, cam.
nA VK entered Into a eopartneraelp, da
ted Iec lt, lsTu, Tor tbe fmrpMe of
BOARDING, LIVERY AND
Every branch of the buiinm ill rective
prooiot attrnlion. ' - . .
. tST ftuhle on LaKayette Atrvt, one
quare North ot tbe Court liuufce, Jacanoo,
All peraon indebted to the firm of A. A
1 Ooo-lell, or to aie individually, are rtn
fHvtfully notified that immediate tettlemenl
I or uietr aocounia mib- (jc maue. or ue,s
will t L'lveu la an nicer. .
apl-ly - L.COODELI.
. . ALSO, AG KBIT VOK TUB IXPBOVXU
.Wilsen Sewing Machiae,
Wret tide of Market U, opposite the Whig
lec24-u . ana inuune omce.
South Side Main Street,
J EARLT two year ago I came to Jack.
A on lor toe purpose or etabUhlnr; a
fint elM M AKItLJi YARD. For the drt
year I had but poor encouragement, but I
am now happy to announce that the rail
from those in want of
Monuments, Head Stones,
and other work la my line, are such that I
will be enabled to make my permanent
home in Jackson. .
Those bavin? friend and relatives to
commemorate will please call and see me
before purchasing elsewhere.
I WU1 tii- nlucni ot JataxMi sustain the
W. B. McXABB.
LAM empowered bv the heirs ef Gen. S.
. llays, dn.-'d, to sell their lands In Mad
ison county, Tennessee. All persona dest
rinic to purchase any of ' lands will do
well to call on sao at the omce of Caruthers
A Mallorr, North s1Ie rublie 8juare.
D. C. ANDREWS,
CARPENTER & BUILDRK,
t Jackson, Tenn.
TrUX take contracts fbr the erection of.
1 V buildinK, and will in a workmanlike
and tatthful manner, de all kind of work
In his line.
Jackson, Tenn., Feb. 11, 1ST Wf
Oaip enter, i l;
CONTBACTOH- & BIHL11ES,
' Jacksoii, Tenn. r
ALL work done promptly, honestly, and
on reasonable terms. ' Satinfaction guar
anteed. Shop on Market Street, North of
the Market house, t r r"aplon
J. J. ANDERSON & CO.,
- WhoVesale and Retail ; ' 1
G HOC J311 S
i gHANXON STUECT,
At Hammond's old Stand Kaat ef the Court
llouse.' - -
JTLL keen on hand a full stock of frro
w w eeries. both staple and fancy. AImo,
dealera in Provisions, Hides and Tallow.
Cash paid for all kinds ot country pro
dace. Advances made on Cotton shipped
to New Orleans, McmpblsvNew York, Phil
adelphia and Baltimore.
The celebrated Mil ti urn Wagon oa band,
oi an sises, lorsaju. . . . ' , . , ;
A shtre of patronage solicited.
. octl3-ly : . J.J. ANDKRSOS A CO.
OWING to the death of one of the part
ners of the Madison Foundrv and Ma.
chine Shop, we offer for sale, the Shops,
Tools, Materials, and a large lot of Plows.
This Foundry is wen located, in perfect
running? order, doirjr a eond business, and
can be bought upon good terms, for the pur-
pvno oi cloning up me oiu ousiness.
t or mu lQiormauon call on or address
H. K. HILDERBRAND,
or GEO. G. HUGHES,
Art. fbr Mrs. K. Goodwin, Kx'r.
Dec. S, 1S70-U.
H. ashy& Co.,
IhUKSA tHH ULtlU.
LaFayette Street, next door te Goodell's
m TT n 1 A.
b- H Brazelton,
' . . .
WllULESALE AND EETAIi
! - AND DEALER IS
jSTJPLB DRY GOODS,
Jackson, Tenn. -
Z. N. WRIGHT,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Saddles and - Ilarncss,
, South Side XjAfayettb St.,
Between Market and Shannon,
Ik I HOUSE.
D. H. KING. Proprietor.
The proprietor f the widely knows
KINO'S HOUSE, deoires to remind the pub.
lta who6 lnclenatioa or bnsiaes coojQne-
raeate indneestbem to seek imnsiirnt &nt
exercise, that they wUl find KlXti'S HOU&la,
as heretolure, tne
I In the city of Jackson, and that no naina or
expense, will be spare. 1 to add so iu attrac
tion uufl future, ill
! BILLIARD HALL;
Is fitter) np with superb stvle. sUd is mnv.
pliel .It best of Bllli&rtl Tkble ttBd appojs.
wtttttuioefr, axitmling m plait ud lfcuiikleM
recreauoa mu weuu vntAseineaw
Is stocked with the itrmtt eMt Mstt SrwtdM
Of all kinds, and th most fastidious ttm
oaaaoft fail to be itouied.
Lighted up vrithGas
IMG'S BLOCK Or BUILD n?G3, Ut
cludias Sa- ttoom and Billiard Hali hare
been Ligbted up with GAS, which riU be
reoogniej uy iwm &oifrns oi u, vtie as a
sreat Inproveaient over he Coal Oil lights.
tn short, he M determined that the KXVG'S
JJOUaii .hall be tbe Great Centra of Attrao.
etioa to those who desire aa Sour, recreation,
or in quest et amusement, and mot cordially
laTite his friends aa-1 the public generally to
eom. and 1M. '
JaiiUeir-Ian.tUSBk - aaglS4m
Tfla "Eav.-c)Li" Rkvolvexu Wbocgut
- I BOX SCREW
I an improvement on the mo-t popular
Serew I'reMes, and i prsnouoced to be tbe
not complete, durable and esry working
l'rm now in tbe market. Tbe whole
weight of the Pres. with the Cotton ia
the box, stand on a pivot, enabling two
men or one horx to prvm a .VM lbs Bale
The Reynolds Horse Power
Ja'uneurpassed for strength and durabil
ity. Tber are manufactured expresJv ft-r
Cotton Uinnins:, Corn Mill and other
These articles Wok tbe TUEMIL'M St
the btate fair, Itni.
. Manufactured in Sew Orleans, at
Reynolds .Iron Works,
- Corner Booth Mirket and Fulton St.
: Sear St. Mary's Market.
V. 1L Rrynol.U. Proprietor, box ltiUO.
Omce and Depot 82 Carondelet St.
1ST Agents wauled everywhere. Send
lor llise luU junc34m
IT u customary for 8ewiB Machine deal,
er, ia their advertisements, to enumerate
the "points of excellence,' or "superior
merit." of their machine. - We are net in
the habit, of -dotes; so. beli-rvine; that tbe
majority ot readers place very little conn-dt-nce
in such statetnentev But when we
have a fact wblcb no one -can dispute, we
itel ii.e giving it- iiere I one:
i Aeeordinir to rrttrrns made under oith
bv the dillerenS manufiketun-rt, we learn
that ia lnot the Hinder Companr sold 86,781
machines, beinr taWU in excem of the aales
of any other company. , la leiv the blnger
Peine 44,62! more than the highest of the
other companies, -flow m view or uu
we ask the question, 11 the
ia not tbe best, why do the people buy the
smirerr omirer nacnines are Jiot eivea
away: they are sold and paid fur. - The an
swer is mi-CTiueuu
i THE SINGER
tell it owa story in that homes ot those
nappv iy it use.
MEUIUMAJ & "WILCOX,
. Main Htreet, Memphis.
J. M. Pakkeb A Co., AKts,'
rnay30-tf ' Jackson, Tenn.
j j. J.VCROWLY'S
! Drownsvllle, Te n.
. - - s - ..
A S'BKAUTIFUL, DURA ;.!. AND
XV cheap a any work boug'. 1c any of
uje XiMiem or-, it estern T .cs, y-ln
treip-ht. I am a practica. ZfXf -ic, ol
twenty years experience. 1 employ no
travelling agents, but by ealna? on me at
nr short, or addreasinir me at llr.iwnvIU
you will be promptly waited oa and save
- 13". All work warranted togivs satisfac
tion. -. - AUK.
BoDk,StatioiiBry & Priitiiii Honss.
, PAUL & TAVEL,
j ; AND BOOK-BIXDEKS, '
48 Vnioa Street,
! " Nashville, Tenn.
T ARTICULAR attention raid to the
-a. - manufacture of Court Bttords, Bsnk
and Insurance work.
Order for anything In oar lice promptly
attended to, at low rates, i . luhll-ly .
St. : Xouis, : Memphis. Nashiillc
and CLattanooga IUt. Line. .
Central Short Koutc,
i ; ',; via. ' . . -Mckenzie
: axb Fonrrs ix middls tksx.
rriHE bext and only direct route from
-- West Tennessee to Kathri:ie, and via.
Nashville to Louisville, Indituapolia, Cin
Double Daily Trains pass Ikimbolt sroing
ElHt. with Sleeping Car to Nashville on
ntfrbt trains, sou through passenger ears on
day trains. The only route by which pas.
srnirers are not compelled to change car
b it ween Humboldt and Nashnlle.
Thromth ears on day trains, and sleeping
ears on night trains run through between
Memphpi and Nashville, ooly by : this
J. SV THOMAS, Gen. 6upt.
W. K. Uami-kt, S. F.tr.a.
yji'H-U . .N. Jt U and f. . N. W. R. R.
I'l Chaacerf Court at Pordj,
JULY RUI.ES, 1871.
R. W. D. Joplinr, et ah
IN this rauM it appears frura complain
ant's Bill, which Is swora to, that
Case, whose given name is unknown, one of
the defennanU, who Is a minor and a non
resident ef this State: It Is therefore order
ed by lis Clerk and Mastertbat publica
tion be made for tour eonsecative weeks In
the Whig and Tribune, a newspaper pub
lied in the city of Jackson, commanding
said defendant to enter his appearance in
saiu cause oj me nrwi Morula y in Septem
ber next, and by his Guardian plead, an
swer or, demur to compUiirant's . Bill, or
the same will be taken as confessed, and
U cause set for hearing ex part a to bim.
THOS, R. BCK, CAM.
JfcKnnrrr A Fack, Sols. July 15-4t
j Insolvent Notice.
I'ATtSQ this day st guested thelnsoW
II veocy of the etate oi John Shepuard.
deceased, to the Clerk ot tbe County Court
of Henderson nonittr, Tennessee, this is to
notify all persons having claims' against
said estate to Mia them, authenticated as the
law directs with tbe Clerk of said Court,
on or before the 10th of November, 1871, or
tne same wui De oarrea ocrn in law ami
equity.- WM. T. SHEFPARD,
juiy ia-.it- .. , AdmutUti alor.
r WILL OPEN and hold an election on
Ml the '.Mth day of Auxust. lcfTl. In the vs.
nouBtivuivinra ot jienoerson county,
Tennessee. to determine whether a majori
ty of the lepal voters of said county of Hen
derson are in favor of tbe said county suo
scribuie Ost Haaslred as Twenty-
five Tnaasaaal Dalian, in iionda
rx-arlns; ten per cent, per annum, to the cap
ital stock of the Jackson and Tennessee
River Railroad Company, payable in ten an
nual instalments ol Twelve thousand rive
Hundred Dollars, with the Interest.
A. K. AYDELOTTK.
july 15-ft. Sheriff of Henderson county
Ia Chancery at Lexington.
Enoch Dilfee, Alfred Iriflee, and tlie minor
heirs of John tnoee. deceased, the names
and number of whom are uuknown, res
idents of the State of Arkansas; Lucy
pence and her husband W iiliam Spence,
and the minor heirs of Nancy Mooring
deceased, whose names sad number are
unknown, residents of the State ot Texas.
N this cause It appearins; from the Bill
tiled, which is sworn to. that th ..!
Enoch Diffee, Alfred Diflee. and the minor
heirs of John Diffee, deceased, names and
number unknown, defendant to said Bill,
are residents of tbe State of Arkansas, and
that Lucy r? pence and her husband Wb.
S pence, and the minor heir ot Nacr Moor
inr deceased, dumber and names unknown,
defendants to said Hill, are residents ot the
tate of Texas, and that said defendants can
not be brought into Court bv the ordinary
process of the law. it is therefore ordered hs-
me that all of said ion-resident defendants
De nouned, by pnblicauoa for four surees.
give weeks in the Whig and Tribune, a
newspaper published in the city of Jackson,
Tennesi, to be and to acnear at the next
term ol the Chancery Court at Lexington,
Tenn., to be bolden on tbe 4th Monday In
August next, within the three firrd.ir of
said term, then and there to plead, answer
or demur to said Kill, or the same will be
taken for confessed, and the cause set lor
hearing exparte as to them.
Artificial Legs and Anns.
Dr. BIy's Patent.
Prices from $75 to $150.
No Payment Required until sat
isfaction ia given.
BAIL AND SOCKET LEG
(iuaratieel frr for 6 yearn.
Soldiers Furnished on Govern
Repairing Promptly Don.
Pamphlet and Blank sent free. Address
CHAS. M. EVANS, Minuf'r,
jytf-lm . No. 13c! West 4th tt-, Cincinnati.
HOWELL fiMfl & CO.,
July 1, 187t-Sm.
Pearce & Hooe,
. IMPOSTalOS or
71 Vine St Near Cor. Pearl,
July 1, ll-lm.
Foundry and Machine &op,
' Steam Engines, toilers,
Copper & Sheet Iron "Works,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
H. tii (OLD No. OQ) at Peatrl t.,
CLNCINN AT I, OHIO.
llcllvain t Spiegel,
Lawrence St., hcL Front & Pearl,
SECOND-HAND BOILERS always on
hand. . 1 "articular aUentioa nsld to the
Repairing Steamboat Boilers. Repairing
done with prumptaesa and on reasonable
Una. . . July L is71-3m.
Every Size and Slyle of
: BEST QUALITY
And Pencil Cases.
TBE EXPERIENCE OF. TEX YEARS
has tiroved our Fens to lie the Wxt ami
cheapest ia tbe market. If not abused, one
will htst a lifetime.
' a?BU a. sid .Csiss IaasailredL
No. I West Fourth Street,
1 CINCINNATI, OUIO. '
fTUIE second Grand Exhibition oi Siauu
-A. facturee. Froducts and Arts, under "he
auspieeaa the Board ot Trade, Ohio Me
chanic's Institute, and Chamber of Com
merce; will be held in Cincinnati, from
Sept. a until October 7, 1871
In e-xtensive buildings specially erected for
the purpose, on a seale ar aurpasoing tbe
ureat xjcposiuoa ot last year.
r pace an now be secured.
Circulars. Rules. Blank A nnlieations A-..
can be had on application, or bv nocL
many were aisappotnted last year ty Uc-
layinirioutr applications until a late date
, lluiUlmrs ones to receive articln. Au
gust lom, 10.1. .);.'.;' -
. U. McCOLI.UaI,
jylMm ' gerreury
SCHOOL TEXT COOKS!
The Best, Cheapest
And Most X"oxnlar.
Headers, Spellers & Charts,
Dr. Wan. II. ncOaf fejr, L. L. D.
Trof. of Mental and Moral Thilotophy in
Tlcdiaf fevs Ifaw Eclactla BesS
era have a tar wider circulation than anr
other Series pnblUhed. They have recel v-
eu tne unquaitneu indorsement of more
rornlxienteGUcaton than any other Series,
'hey are from ftJ to 60 per eent cheaper
tnan anr otners.
SlcOaifer'a New Elastic Readers
have been recently adopted by tbe State
Maryland, ' . .
They have at various times been individu
ally or omcialiy i ecommcudetl by succt-s-sive
State Superintendents of Fublic In
Ohio, - Iowa, Iudiana,
Kansas, . - Illinois, - iussoun,
Jilicuigun, - Wisconsin,
Minnesota," ; Kentucky,
Westy, - . Pennsylvania.
Aad have now an exteatdve.' and in manv
eases an exclusive use In thewe Sta-.es. Tbey
are also in satisisctory Use ia tbe public
N. Y. City, Milwaukie,
St." Louis, Detroit,
Cincinnati, - Cleveland,
- 1 ' Dnbunue, Toledo,
-Ft. Wayne, 1'eoria,
And many other leading cities in every sec
tion ot the country.
, ueLmetry and
- Higher Jlathematics.
Bit's Mathxxatics are tbe recognized
Standard S' lies. Their popularity Is at-
teaSed-ay taaix itxtraduciiiia ad Mutinued
use tn leadins; cures in nearly every Mate,
anu in tne oest i4Mieges anu umversitres.
Harvey's Elementary Grammar,
Harvey's English Grammar
HARnrr's Gaasnf ars have been recom
mended or adopted for use in tho Fublic
The State of North Carolina.
The State of South Carolina.
The State of Virginia,
The State f Nebraska.
The State of Louisiana.
The State of Georgia.
The State of Mississippi.
Aad, although published but a compara
tively short time, they have already gained
an extensive circulation in many other
Eclectic Geographies. -
BT A. VOX STKIXWEHB.
Tbe Eclectie Jrimary Geography,
TbeLdectia Intermediate Ueotn-apby,
Tbe Eclectic School Geography.
A new Series, complete in three books.
Kew plan; new Illustration: and the best
school maps published .n America. Send
to the publishers lor descriptive circular.
The Ecclectie System of Pro man- hip. bv
Thomson Bowlers, conoids of c'opv
inches, for suspending on ta on the walls s
Exercue-Book, and a Uand-Boolt of expla-n.-ttions,
tor Teachers use.
Tbe simplest and mest tmirrss-Style of
capitals and small letters is adopted as tbe
standard; shor sentences are introduced in
tbe early numbers of the copy-book,; the
Writing Cards and Exercie Books are en
ti ely new, and most practical features; and
the fcelertie Syst m is in many other res
pects worthy the the attentioaeioa of Teach
Any Books of the Eclectie Scries will be
furnished in quantitica for first introduc
tion, and sincle comes will be sect bv mail.
postpaid, it greatly reduced rates. A price
hst, civim; exact terms, and also retail nri.
ces. w iU be promptly lsrwarded on appii-
catiou to uie rubiiaiiers.
L'orresDondence ot Teachers and School
Officer, in respectfully solicited. Descrip
tive Cataioirue sent on application.
WlLbOS, BLNKSLE A CC
Julyl-bm. Cincinnati, Ohio.
St. Louis Advertisements.
too, it. rrt-us.
T. Ii. PoIIis & Bro.,
St. Louis, IV! o.
1ROS Store Krnti. Column, GirtW-rs,
LinU-ls. et- Wiud..w Cajw and Sills.
Bank Vault. Kire lrwf Sai.-. Fire Iro. J
butt'T and IHhi-s. J.iI Work, I run Rail,
inz, Veramixhs Bi!eails Sett1, Vase,
etr Balconies. Warrliouw UrstinirH. Sah
Weight. a!naim:lel Kirr l.r.iV.-!-, i-t lrun
Fluruber.' Ware. Ca-t Iron BathTubs,and
all kind; of Cat snd Wrou.-ht I run work
used in the erecUon ot pubiic and vnvau
A. S. PETTICREW,
And Hanufscturers Agent for
STATION A I Y,
And Portable Engines,
FLOUR L ULLS,
And 32JU SXaeliinery,
Circular Saw ililN, Stearn Thresh
iuU MkIusim, "Wood- Working
Tools, &c, Jcc.
No. 713 Nobth Second St.,
ST. LOUIS, Mo.
AGKNTtor am' lr.a W.rk.. A
iarce stot'k o( Kuirres. baw Mills,
and other Machinery, on band and con
stantly belnar received. March iO-lj.
Circniar Saw ilills,
Power Corn Shellers,
Kingsland, Ferguson & Co
ti'2'3 North Second sU,
St. Louis, T.lo.
J.BLPAKKEU &CO Agents
martj-lj JACKSON. TENN.
1571 SPRLNC TCADE. 1S71
VTE are in receipt of a full and complete
? V awortment of p-h1s adsted to the
wants of the trade at this season, conai.tine;
in part of
Cast, Wrought and Steel Plows,
HOG SKIN COLLAKS,
Single and Double Trees,
Back Bands, Cultivators
rLINI BRIDLES, 1'iow IJnee, Cotton
-na bweep-s tn tu-Ucll . rrairue's, 1 ot'
and other Cotton tx-ra-K-rx; MurttV I'atcu
Sub-Soil Plows, tciretbcr with a full a-utort-Btcnt
of Shelf and Heavy HanlwnrR. Cut
lery, Gans, etc., to which we invite the at
tention of the Trade.
ORGILL BROS. & CO.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers,
Xos SIO, 312 Front st.
i - MEiiriHS, TENN.
Api-nt. for II ill nun Bro. A Son'
reiejraUid "B" Iron, manufactured at the
Tennessee Boiling Works. apl-tf
J. A. SHANE. Da. A. Li A Rill.
SHAfJB, HARRIS & CO..
( Successors to Shane, Bell & Co.,)
Cotton and lobacro l actors.
254 Front Street,
3 Liberal cah advances made on con
A. O. Uarris Co., JVo. 17 Vine
St, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Oct. 8, lS70-tf.
Ie adapted especially to the Want of
Farmers and Laboring Men.
A LL who have tried it speak of It in the
fm. biL'lie4 tiTtn' iu durability has bwn
well toter; it is ma!e oa a new principle,
and outlsNtx two air of ordinary .hues. .
We warrant every pair we sell.
To our euktomcrs who .Mx.-k economy and
style in Kouw, we ncommcuu the
For such as wear Shoes, we bare tbce
mat'e by Burt, Jl'Mullin, t anfield Jc Jones,
ami ElmerMou. for Gentlemen; and by
Nonrse, Oliver, Milt-, and I'arnaworth. for
toadies. Alio, a HtM complete iHMiruutnt
for Mist.es and Children.
Tasty Goods Low Prices Wholesale
J S. S. LEVETT CO.,
No. XSUMain St, comer of I'niou,
Oct. X. l-fVU-lim. Memphis. Tenn
F. H. CLARK.
J. 6. W1LK.IKS.
F. H. CLARK & CO.,
Importers and wholesale snd Ih-tail deal
ers in (
Watcles, Jewelry, Diamonds,
MO. 1 clakk's marble block,
290 Main Street,
marl8-ui MEMPHIS. TENX.
J. W. DICKiSSON. lilt. B. V. IUCkLNSOX.
W. W. WIIX.I AMS.
Dickinson, Williams & Co,
Successors to J. V. Dickixson A Dko "
IV. tO Front Street,
HA LNG a Warehouse of our own in
which we handle all Cotton con.ii-n-
ed to us, H (fuarautee Correct Wei jhtt.
Lsualcommusions char.t-d. All con.irn
menu by river insured, unles otLerwine
instructed. Liberal Advances .Made
Casts! spuaaeats. Jan. 7, 1571-tf
ESTJUY Madison County.
nriAKEJi ap by n. . Birdsong, 16th
X District, .North of Jackson, one mule.
The said mule is a mare mule; dark bay
color, lo years old, It hands hit: a, some
scan on ber back, a kuwt on the lrft knee.
Ne other marks or brands perceivable.
Appraised at 15.
W. JfcL TIDWLLL, Banirer,
julySlt ... By order o ttw Court.
ALL PERSONS in A Med to the estate of
Llia Lawrence, dec eaand, tiil rail on
us and settle tbe same; and persons having
claims afaint said estate will pr-sent them
within tii time prestribed by luw, or this
notice will be plead ia bar.
july 15-3t. Executors.
Importers aud Mauufacturers of
Trhunietl llat auU I'ittteru
S. W. Curner Alain and Sixth Strevta,
137" New ;xl arrivios; datly from ttr.
rominrnvement of the wus till iu dM
Jaa. stirv, momkob wiukk,
AuderMin jro., Ky. AndTson eo, Ky.
Jas. a. BLRKiax, Louisville, Ky.
IIIPY, BIRRELL & CO.,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Froprietors of Tyrone and CliiT Srrinjr
t Vce and Warehouse No. 77 Fifth Street,
37 A rent for Monro Walker A Co.'s
J. N. SteiUl & N. P. Barkatlale,
BAMBERGER, BL003I & CO.
Wholesale Dealers In
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods,
' II. I8S Mala St., lsrta Side,
C. DEXBI HXCK i CO.,
Importer and Dealers In
Wines 5c Liquors,
Keep constantly en hand
a superior ar-
Old Hourbou Whisky
.ta. 87 'e.t Jflarhet Strvet,
North side, between 8d and 4th.
feb-ly LOUISVILLE, KT.
BOLD BT ALL. DRWMilSTS AND DKALEBA
R. L. WB1TC
a. wsu.utK, ja.
Ii. F. 6MOOT,
WHITE, C0CII1UNE & CO.,
ATiolcsale Dswlera la
BOOTS &. SHOES
No. 214 Main Street,
Between Sixth and Seventh, Louis
vUle Hotel Block,
' , Louisville, Ky.
(nar4-I2m . '
VM. C. SMITH, Of Tenn.,
WM. PIATT. J. D. ALLKV.
PIATT & ALLEN,
Wholesale lAadcx In .
ISootM UUtl 8IlOC!
' 1 No. lOO MAIN STItEET,
KctweeH Cth ant ;th,
Jan. 8, 1-71-tl.
. II. 45 DICK, mt
BOOTS &. SHOES
C. 11 MAIN STilKKT,
w, k. rox.
D. M. BAAb.
! WILLI A3I II. FOX,
Importer and Dealer in
Wliite Lead, Zinc
! 1AXTTS, OllaS,
Varnishes, Glass, a'ava
Fine and Ordinary Colors
Dry and In Oil,
Ko. 359 Main Street. "
' Between Ninth aud Tenth
July 1, lim-ltaa. --
J. HIVBG1H COLE.H1X, President.
BARB V COLEnaX, Vice President.
Ilolling Mill Company.
No. 291 Maix Street,
Iron, Uails,, Steel,
All Kinds Wagon Material, ic
Plow Winsrs and Slabs of
STEEL AND IRON,
All Sizes, and Cut to anr Desiri-d
bhape. Loui8rUe" Wrought
Iron Cottou Tiea.
July 1, l"71-Bm.
D. P. FAULDS,
OT MnJ!l' I T virtue of an intrrix-iitnrvd(Tre.T,ro-v
- --Ur-fM-M anraurerrattne IecTO-JtrneT-eTti o
8ole Aajent fur
S. I. & II. W. Smith'a and Maoii
No. 70 Main Street.
1. H. KUKISeON.
JO. kJioWLRi. I
o. t. f i:tiki.h.
J. !I. It0CLS0i & CO.,
M. tS3 .Tlaiiai Street,
Uposite Louisville II
July 1, liTl-Cui.
FOR ALL FOWTS
ORTII, ILVST. & WEST,
AXD 8ECVKE -
QiLctei Tiina an! Less Clianzes
or cars than by any other Route.
kTO change of Car from Jackson to Lou
Only one chaxiee to Indianapolis. Cincin
nati. Pittsbursr. 1'biladclDhia. Xew Ynrt
Cleveland snd Cbicaso.
But two changes to is si ti more, Washing,
ton and Boston.
Fare as low as by any other route. Ri-
gae checked through.
ASK FOR TICKETS VIA LOUISVILLE.
Trains run as follow
Leave Jackson - - 7:13 a. in. 140 n.m
Arrive Humboldt rv,i5 a.m. 4:.W n.m.
Mempbis - 3; 20 p. in. ) .m.
Louisville. - liriki n.m. ft 1.1 a.m.
Through Tickets can be uroeure.1 ai th
Ticket Oihce in Jackxn. and m otti.-. n u
A L. Line at tlumboiut.
W.ILlEi'a,G.PA. - ouu-l-tr 1
J. 1? ULTOX & XM,
Ctoice Family ani all ctier GraSes
Corner Ohio Leee snd Twentieth htrert,
Vl0, Choice Ornbsm K!ur, ftwli
eround, and Mill Kv-d of .11 kin.ls.
Hour alao ia halt hula., ot ail crati-s.
Imsii Liaexs, Daiiisks,
Linfn Camlrick Hand
WE M ourrHYc called on airUn tu
C'aaitlaai rsstaiarra asaiut tbe
lii.li-riiuiumte use ol huh lat.ru-. made up
to imitate our rol In fultl, trade mark,
aadp--neral appearance, anu to warn Ui.tn,
that theiron'y ilul I to m Uiat the
authentic seal of our lirm,
J. X. KICH 1RDSOX. SOXS A OWDK'7
I stamped on each article.
IVtermined to confine onrarlves, as here
tofure, to the use of yarn, spun from the
rhoicoU snd utronirest r lax. Ly tbe het ma-chin-ry
uUiUail.lc; uniform in weight and
elaiicity uaniifaclui-ed and bleacned un
der our own supennlendcnce: the co&mi
aier will be
Gt'AftAXTCED Br K SkAL,
the same durahirity and satlsfsctinn In the
wear, which the genuine goods bare al way
J. N. ItlCUAKDSOS, SON'S A OW"IKX.
Belfast, Ir. I :ind. 5 Mo. IS, 171.
July L lsTl-3in.
UyANTKI AGr.MS To hU the
unvt taking, inxtructive aud univer
sally sought alter book issued fur years, via:
i GREAT FORTIXES,
And How They Were Made.
Or, The Strusle and Triumph of Our
Self-Made il.-u. y J. D. ilcCab, ir.
Amu already at work are clearing: from
inu to f-jno per month. It j so eminent ex
ainple. it U-a. be. how to succeed iu life,
and at the same tune l-n lit mankind. Kr
artidilans noti-r of the pre, and extra
term, address 11 Manuaford A Co., lu u
li.her, 177 West Kourdi stiert, Ciociun.U.1.
Graariile, Oiia, Fesalcclleie.
riUIKSsth year ef this olJ and popular
X institution will o-n &ct. 7ih, with a
full corps of able and zerit!nced teachers
in all department. SKvial advantage in
M usle, M odern 1 jminiace. and Ark. lu
pii. recvivCji'bysicnl sixl Christian culture,
pood boarding, and kind snd parental care.
For CBt.ili;uc"H, a4llres V. IT Kerr, liran
Ville, Licking Co-, Ohio. JyJ-i-4t
bisTr-m 1st 1-kizi mi:alm iwuuu.
W A X L'KACTOrtY.
WM. ICJsIAISE & CO,
na.m ricn.'iticus or
Gil AXD, SQUAltE & UPRIGUT
fllHUSK Inalrurui-nU hnve been liclore
J- the pu)lic f r wnrly Uiirty years, and
upon their exi elii-uceulJne. attained an un-paix-haMol
prtw-mnieiitie, which prunounces
tueui uueiuilcd. Tbcir
combini irreat Mwc-r. sweetnevsand line
inln uualiir. as well as preat purity ol
intnnalion an. I hwuIdim throughout the
entire scaie. Their
in pliant sud elastic, and entirely free from
the stitlueM found in ao many pianos.
thev are un.Vtiallel, tiaitit; none l.iit the
very best AMl.Ki MATKIUAL, the
Kr-H cupiLal employed In uur bu.im hi t-n-ablins;
u to kep cuutlnually au luilneun
U k of lumber. Ac, on haud.
liJA!lour SytjAUK l'l.Niia have our
New Improve.! OvctmIicvj scalu and the
I3T We would call sped! ultentmn to
eur late iinprovrmeatt in lim.vn IIano
ASl SijUAKB l'ateiU-d AlllM
14, isiki, w hu h brin the l'isr.o urajvr er
Iwtios thin ha yet been attaint!,
tery Fiaa. rl!r ivitrraulej fr
Vt'm bvo made arraa?i-nienU for the
Por.E Wiioi.ksaI.b: A .k.v v lnr the moot
cel. brauvi PaKlor Oucans iid )1kuib
o, which we riu"er. W holesale and lio
tail, at Lowest Paotory Prices.
ts'KI. ktIHE it Cm.
May J7-U1 sep. Baltimore, ild.
IaANE & EODLEY,
8TA7IOMABT AJTO rOKTAALS
i.arr .BDtrcisiir asb surexvaiEO...
WEOUUHT LB03T HEAD BLOCC:
iATETY POVVEK. ELE ATOIL.
lake a EoDLrra patstji
BLAJUCUAKITIi mfOKB LATHE,
i.-,Eai,Cjci, Tira. rVxltss, Suk EM XuUaaT
wkrrwa of au. aizra acpT in stock.
The Lane & BoJley Patent Hangrr
li . oclf-Libricati'); Journal Boar,
-hrr uairvl Tells i tt J
DUL HUNDiiLD HANGER PATY'RS
or o roan srt LS a so wsiobt.
SJIInClrMl. . A rrUr lid, hnkM . VltfcUc i
SOHH i. WM l STREETS, CiUCiMNATI
In Chancery at Jackson, Tenn.
Tboe. IL West et als, vs. Lula West et als-
akl Kmn. 1 will pr- d to sell, to the
bilietand lxi.t bidder, at llecdenon st-
ui,on 1 ourmlay. the l'Hh day X August,
Iill.the lollowini; deM-nlMil prowrty, 1.
vuiiiic w ineewiie oi jnn. l et iln-.l
lot. i ne 1 raet Known at the llomexb-a.1
rouTaintiix-aiout li a.-res. Ivnurin .n
near the town ol llenilervn. on whi.1.
there is an vbvant twon.tory nidem-e.ouu
Mi,lr. 1 tn. is awell improved place,
ou. tuts uiBuiiuei nan inivrtz ia i
lot. Oolxl'iur.-et, on wbicb l situateil atwn
uiry iraiiie tore-boUM-. now occupied bv
CaMn, trSetl ACo and alao Iviiiir in aai.'l
tow not llenderson.
Al-, tbe undivided balf int rest In ikn.
vacantiou. in same town. Ivinv lfwn
tb sUre houM-s ot CaMin, O'Ncii A Co. and
Hart A lira. The lets e li front 3o leet
on me JioiMIe nrnl Ohio Kulroa.i, and run
baca ltsj li. and are verv i eiraMe for
biiMness bouiiex. tieia located in tb. ruimt
etiiriuie part ofui.1 town.
Adao, at tbe same Umeanil blare, two oth
er lots, lyinr in l'lnoa, HaJiion county,
Tetin., Iron li n alxiut 100 leet on the Mu.
bile aud Ohio itailrea., and ruouinaT ba k
1(A) r-et on one of thee lot. is situated a
store Iioum now occupied by Jobn-uw Jt
Co the oilier Ijein a vacapt lot, .ituaUul
between saM store house, and DavU A
Also,on riuay, the llth day of Aiurnt.
J"71,an.l purruanl to said iiivree, 1 will
precceii to eii at Ii:tlir.. tienOerMin cot in
ty. Tinn..the f',llowiDilea-riLed proiw-ty.
neHtntf ma w cue eui&e of -iioun vv et, tlev i:
One tract eotitainu.s acres, and kniuai.
as the Mill Tract, iviuif one and a hair mil, a
from Mifflin, oh the road leailmt; to Lexirjf.'-
uxi, icon., anu near ine line of survey of
ujo iikawii mni icon, luvcr Itallrnail,
which roid is certain t, be built: on wi.i. h
tr l is located an exi-,-llent rrinUmill, with
unfailing water-power, and nvriitiy ritte.1
up with new works, r-ui utter, and all the
necesMry machinery to make it a hrt class
Also, one other tract of US sere s.ii.iln.
iniruid Mdi tract, aud the lamia of Lciu
uel bmith. This tract contain- ali..ut one
half cleared ud one half timbered land,
asc i. al-o aituaie.1 on the Hue of the J.ick
sonand Tenn. ilivr lUnroid.
Tersas of Sale., l'he above trai ts and
parcels of land wiii I sold on the lollo A-inir
term true-third to lie p dj iQ ril.n on lnr
23J dav ofO.-ti.ber. 17I. and I he IriUn.-eof
the purchase money iu t-u iutJt.'uients
oue-tbirdcach. .Jue li nnd ti i. tiili, frmn
day of !. The purriian-r ivili lreouir
ed to ex-cute lib- n ui i,r tn .!clTr-d p iy-uii-DUs
i:h uppiovej person,,! Mvurity lud
alienwiu be rciajueJ until t ie ..me are
paid. 11. M.. W tslXM.
julyl3-4U . C.A it.
In Chancery at
1 f iinlon.
M.iry K Croom. by ber Onsrdian tleorvse
Ii. Priildv. v. 1 i ju- .V. I'nwm, John L.
Tbuinptun, tliiU ih 1. Nobles, el ai.
ON" motioc of romplainant. by her enilci
tirs sod it spprsrino; to tlx atifa
tio nlthet lerk and Master, from the aiie
irstiun. in tbe Hill Sled in the above .istMi
r-ue. wlil, h are sworn to, thit John 1.
Tbniwuu i. a nn-r-i.li-nt of the Mate of
Trnnow.w that llie ordinary iimce of
laur eannwt he wrvwl ntwin blm: It 1. thTP
fore or,-! by the Clerk and Ma.ter that
Imblicatlun be uutde in the tVhig and Tn
une, a nrwapaper puMndieu In J kn,
Tenuw.ee, fr four ennaeruttve wreeas,
commandinaT the .uid nan-redent SVlen
dant to enu-r hi. sp(earance bereiu, before
the Clerk and Master, on or before the 411
Monday of Auarut, 1-S7I. to rtea.l, anawer
or d-tuiir to complainant' bill, or the unie
will be taken lor eonfrwvd, and set lor bear
In it ex parte a. to him, at the next term nf
our Chioery Court, to be bol.lea in Lex-in-rton,
Tenn, on the 4th B.wiay in A us.,
171. OWKV HANKY. C.A at.
Knith FrwRtxs a:. f Cuaji't.
july 15. 1S71-M-
Mrs. Italia Mtetoii's
PATENTED MARCH 31, 1871.
HA VINO discovered about 1M7 that If
put tin? certain ingredients t.u.txlr,
formlnK a compound bulre for tlie cure ot
some of the diseaM-s roumn amonir the
pecple. 1 was suetKful b,-yoQU my mn4
Miikruine expet-Utixu. I have contmite.1
rertectin; it until 1 have the prcaeut
mIims snlve.. 1 have een furnihlni; it
a;ratuiwu.ly to my friend, until tbe raJ! b.i
oecurue so exU-ii.ive that i am unable to du
so longer without couipenaaUoo.
1 have ucd ft .urcwfiilly in the follow.
In? diiw-tMiK RiainirH, lUccr., Carbuiiclcs,
KryMpelas. White (swelling-, Swollen Joints,
bruite. Cut, Burn. TelUsr, ltlnifworru,
t bapiwd Hands, iQlUtnstlon oi lite h-kia,
felous, KiMtns; ef LuliiV Breasts, Kjr.
Throat and N rt'fula.
It clecaes tbe aflected part of ail unheal.
thv matUT, and the cure I permanent.
1 have been solicited by many persons to
patent and vend broa.U ju-t, so that mlt r
in: humanity in( ,-!it lie benefit. 3d any
have voluntwred wrlilfcUs, but I olil-
publish a few. as it would occupy too much
span. I would ak thoM that im It ta
Kive it a fair trial, snd if you are ornetilcd, -recommend
it to others
JaCkaow. Tkn'! March IT, 1S71.
I hereby cerliry Ui:it I have u-l ilnt.
Xarlha l!udiileUn'a Stiniulatiilif sm-I
Healinit Salve In niy private prscuce,stid
hud it euual to may I have ever tried.
C.A. JbTILL, M. 1.
IIXKPKIUOX STATIOX, TKX
Mrs. Martha Huddlewton:
1 Bait ucd the salve obtained of you.
and beiicve it .ujierior for the treatment
snd rure of oNtOicnie ul-ers. and ninny rkin
dtwaa-s so roninitHi uion tlie ixott-. nnd
do lielieve every fuu' hboiild kn-p il a a
f.imilv rrtitedy, an.l am s.Uniiod all nhoue
it a lair trial will keep iu
J.l). SMITH, M.D.
I do indorse the above, and re.onimi-n.1
every eue who nisy Ieat9ii-tcd with old ul-ei-rs
or ilrac) of the skin, to Uao ilia,
trtoa lluddlootou'a .alve.
NANCV C. 831ITII.
Mrs. Iluddlevtou re-l,le in this city on
Ploddert Mrvet, iifir West Tenuesstw Cul-l-W,
where tbe salve 1. manufactured.-
She l now prepstt-ii to furni.h it In lanje or
small tintiUc. Uucrul UuilucUon ma-!e
lo the traile.
AvenUin tbe city: J. C rvban. J. K
Ncwuai, John Y. Keith, W'uNb & Harris.
lluii.il jt.in A Corbill, iien'l AeenU. t
Jackson, Tenn., March 3S, l71-ly ' ,
Th rmy kind avaS. hr practicwl chraiW, cf mu
a pfcruciu, wilh P uU tvlmiir. lo it. bwllliruC
" ftavr; o oal al. l.rf
'il't. (VahiraainM. ir. uUu
Wi hKJt. himCUiU, CU.-B bm.1, CH, D.
nljf ariiiu (nm) aud -il.t. but tuUmn. .n4
.UlrtUcHM. VmM,pTm-ea. " ,
wririt rl.M to trtiU.I iliw. M.nj nUc
awa, ctiaap UullutkMM. Ii" !' jrm (r"t in. fmr t
Ivram baking limtir. Of m.-rm. M.riu
iri only Vf lhl..PUS, (.rbll.lC 4k tlUi li
With grt sStrn. hj m iv-w provm, p l nrt trnm
th true, 'ct VsX mtni Arurt.au.it, mm h cim.rmrUr
1Ud ftrar, u4 produo J'Uwanmff$ lrr Ck, .
Cissrts&nisK JIJcsm, Cimm, etc., of rw ratxMemex. tf
Mrwtffti. mm! per fort prUf. jJhh0 art fyi4.
nrrp Jkum m nprenLtnl. dmm-U-euA vY'
tM najtwc I'm Um tv, mnU ut M oKf. . 7s
mwt isw.tsx, 4UJcmtm par m-m mr ir N majmtntr
to tb chmm p rxtrmrtav Ark fkr In. rto B t&mcimL
flirurtnyim. Manuirtiri only by f
jsjTfcW IsaV C'sllalBAS Msii irfUSaslsV
April 29-6ni. -Our
Trade Mark. '
EVERYEOBY TAKES IT!
Chills and Fever.
pilLllllslll HU IM wassail Jsajp.W-1 pswiww-yssi )
I f m vtm . .
1 : j Ft-nuxl3 Jltydator, inirnilrdjur
"Z vJier miulcr utd eLeapnr metxf
i - . r ctn ruu. a.
F' : 1 be yare eempoeed of the reoal
-T'--1a activoand powerful pruicipleaiof
, , -v A pi a n ta, roots and berrua, ao
V Litr!::y cunceiitrau d that each
iS more jsedimual
an a hle hoa. or
Ixiliio cf ordinary dollar medi
cine In tbe market. Al'JiauijK
fxnrrrtul, yrtaomija attdjiaaant
feeliU east tVi It Oietn tnJi prrfrct mnfeiy.
" rvlY,r f J our l-avtl by ail LnuRirwt.
Will be promiitly answered m '
1 ( Cures all diseases causej
l t yrr :f-auue,viz: Ayernm
T tvrrohra, Aeissinal Heasw
. I nea, Alght Xmimma.
Lot of Memnry Utmamil
Lntxuudt, alalia th
Hack, Jjimnnu of Virion,
Frtmalure Oi(t Aft, Weak
Arrcea, ltifRouk Iiratl.ini,
Pull Cttunletumtm, Jiuan.
il;, Cumumiliim, aud all
diseases tl.a.1 iiAlirm as m.
etroeaco of youthful indiserctions.
Each package contains one bot ik filled with
Ssftar-coated Pdia, and one vial filled with
Medicated Powdei 3, sufficient to make cino
half piat of inioctiun: aud one r-rrino-e.
mm i , so per p-ciam. IT mall, ao au.
lo!d l.y Ini"tr:t. eTerywhsre.
cvrt$ clU ducasr of lh Urin
ary Orriant, tuch at Inoont
si ff ( "rme, JnHamtniitiO
cflUt J;'''duer, injlinvruilvtm L '
cf the A.-ltM?;, blunt tn tht
JZitUrr, &ry cturr, Gravti,
IJonorrkaa, GUrt nnd l
f'Hor Altrfit (or H'A.iea. )
Each package contains one
bot tie tiled wuh Bat-ar-coated
I'll;., and one vial fided with
Jiodicatod Powdors, snfflcieak
to make one pint of icjection;
and one BmiiM. i
Br Price.' as. Ir maiL tS ta
hold by LrTWTKiBt everywhere. ,
JaTWe desire to send oar thirtv-two wain.
pamphlet, entitled "ilan aud Woman a.
InTsiida," to every reador of this paper. 6en4
adilress. with 8ta?rr to cat rtstum rwt .f.
and address aa follows :
8c Locis ksnui Aasocunos,
117 aoaxa atxm ansa.
Sain Lktsi atasMeaw
riySold in J w-Vion by all lru;-gist-..
Man.lii ld A UU' oee. Memphis: li A trn.
inson and Pefer, Powers C;".'er, Ecuis.
ville, AYholesale AgeuU. Vlyow.
tmmmmmmmw hpisiiiw nsv-ji j ("j!" TBssasBjij m jjjn
. I im ro Ml