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1 JAC It HON :
.SEPT. 23, IH7C.
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET.
Reform anil Relief for the People.
SAMUEL J. TILDEX,
OF SKW YORK.
THOS. A. HENDRICKS,
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
Fur the State at Lanjr.
K. A. Jamf.s. of Hamilton.
William B. Batb, of lUThUon.
For Ike Cuntjresxioniil Districts.
2. Moses Whitf, of Knox.
4. P.rJSTON McMilmn, of Smith.
5. Kdmvso 'opkh, of Bedford,
ft. 'Ihdmas I.. Doid, of Davidson.
7. Jon II. Moore, of Hickman.
8. II. A. Kslok, of Madison.
10. J. W. Clam-, f Shelby.
Jnntes I). Porter,
HON. J. D. C. ATKINS,
FOR STATE SENATE,
A. K. HEID,
OF MADISON COUNTY.
VEOUCE C. PORTER,
OF HAYWOOD COUKTY.
FOR COUNTY REPRE.SEXTATI VE,
J OH J. BOO.
The II'piK.lUs Unmasked.
In Tennessee, the sincerity of Die love
of the Radicals for the uegro lias been
put to a crucial test, and the result has
clearly and fully vindicated the tt-ui.li of
the charge by the Democrat!, that the
sole value of tho colored men to the Rad
ical party consists In their votes. They
have neither affection nor use for either
a negro who would vote tho Democratic
ticket or a negro who would d-re to run
for olllce. They do not treat i n ambi
tious negro with common courtesy. The
other day, Emerson Etlicridjre ruuely re
fused ' 3 divide time with W.B.Scott, the
colored editor of the Maryvllle Republi
can; and not longsliicj, W. F. Yardley,
the uegro ca ldlda'e for Governor of
Ten.ier.see, after hiving been f -uitlessly
urged to withd.aw by a Fcde.al Colonel
at Knoxville, was asked by that officer:
"Do you think the Republican party w.il
vote for ad dnhrecr?" Xo, with the
Radical party, the negro's vote U worth
much, but xhe services of the negro In
office are not needed. Talents and quail
flcations, If possessed by a colored man,
amount to nothi.i; with a party who are
determined not to i ecognlasc them; aud
the Radical monkeys consider the regro
only a cat to draw the Republican chest
nuts from tho fire. As the negro becomes
more enlightened, he sees more plainly
the duplicity of the pnr.y that claims his
vote, but refuses to support h'.tu while it
dare not deny his right, under the con
stitution and laws, to hold any office in
tho gift of the people. Evidences are
very abundant throughout the Southern
States, where tho colo -ed race is most
numerous, that the negroes are fast re
pudiating all the formerly sapposed alle
giauce to the Radical party. Whenever
the negroes get to voting the Democratic
ticket, or putting up candidates of their
own, the carpetliaggc.-s and Northern ad
venturers will feel that their occupation
is going, and may soon be gone. When
ever, amongst other rights, the negroes
get the right to vote wi.hout Radical
dictation or military influence, many of
their votes will be cast in a different di
rection than ever before, and we shall
have residents Instead of non residents
occupying the State olllces we shall
have no more alieus running for oflice in
order to get paid for going home, as is at
present witnessed in the case of one
William I. rierce, of Washington City,
who Is now running for Congress In the
Third District of Georgia. We are glad
that Mr. Yardley has had the courage to
test the truth of the a3octlonuto profes
sions of the Tennessee Radicals. He has
torn the inaski from the hypocrites, and
they stand exposed, not only as a party
who have been using the neg.oes as mere
tools for their own advancement, but a
horde of as contemptible liars as orir
blackened the political record of a State.
Let the colored men of Tennessee con
trast the treatment their representatives
have met at the hands of the Radicals on
one hand and at the hands of the Demo
crats on the oiher : See Etheridge refuse
to divide time, at Memphis, with Scott,
colored man who had beca Instrumental
la savlag him from mob violcicc : Sr
the free, unbought and courUy courtesy
so promptly extended Yardley by Gov
Porter at Lebanon on the opening of the
Gubernatorial canvas, aud sinca at every
appointment. The fact is, the Demo
crat, without bavins; made any protes
tations of affection or promise of prefer
raent to them, treat the negroes well on
every occasion and freely and fully ac
cord to them all the rights and privilege:
bslongrng to theia under the Constitution
aud laws; while the Radicals have been
lying t J them at all times about the in
tercst they feel in their welfare, and In
suit them whenever they attempt, in any
way, to rise above the dead level of me
nial instruments to e fleet the glory aud
power of the Radical party. The negroes.
we are glad to see, are not only evincing
a growing determination to assert their
rights and claim the privileges that be
long to them, but are beginning to recent
the insults and discover and rebuke the
hypocrisy of the arrant demagogues who
have been deceiving them so long aud
have so long been using them as coi: temp
tible tools for the furtherance of ignoble
Lucius Robinson, the Democratic nom
inee of Sew York, has held several of
fices in that State. He hi:s been two
''years in the Legislature, one ycr.r oh the
special commission for reviving the con
stitution, ar 1 about five years comptrol
ler. . Thio .-hout his career there lias
been r.o -:' m on either of his public or
private 11 -.J it is believed that he will
harmot.'. : 1 the elements among the
somewh... uistracted democracy of the
empire State. His business capacity
makes him altogether popular with the
commercial classes. 1
Em. Etheildgais circulating around in
these parts, bloviating noiiHinae, gas and
bluster, and ralsi.ig the floxl-gaten of
blander on the Democratic party. 31 r.
Etheridge is said t be very hi. -;r in hij
speech, and to trespass upon all the rules
and proprieties of deb te. M r. Ether
idge i3 a good euchre player, and be
"goes it alone" every time. He will di
vide time with no one, a'ld plarei him
self ou-iidc of the paleofcouitesy. Gen.
Atk.in.-i chivalrously offered to meet him
at Huntingdon, aud lr. Etheridge iosI
tively refused to divide time wUh him.
Gen. Atkins then, through Ins r.ientl,
solicited a hearing, bo.h at this place,
Dresden, and other poinu) included in
Mr. Etheridge' litt of Appointments, and
Mr. E. replied that he was not dividing
his time with anybody, and would not do
so with him. Tills la eir had manners
in Mr. E.heridge, and most disc ui teous
to a gentleman, who iscertai.ily bin equal
in every respect, a.id who occupies a high
place in public estimation. Die refusal
to divide time with Atkins is an insult to
the democtacy of this district, and it de
serves an open iebuke. The democracy
of Tennessee have been very patient
with Mr. Etheritge. They had forgiren,
as far as possible, his bruU.1 crusade up
on his ov:i people during the war, a id
folded over his follies the mantle of ob
livion. His p.esent course awakes un
pleasant memories. It carries us back to
the lime, when he popoicd ft visit the
South "with tue swo il in one hand aud
the torch in the othei," and proclaimed
the men, women and cliildr.ni of this sec
tion, ".he legitimate spoils of war."
Such at least are the chargs made against
him by responsible parties. He slates,
according to the press re orta, that two
thousand uegroes were killed in one
county in MUsissippi by the dci.'loci at-s,
and only seven were left to tell the tale,
and t VOtg at a iil.nqqiut elnrtton. .
Mr. EtherMe "ought not to stoop to.
coiKpier," and he Is a bad man who will
distoit the truth to t'ie unlettered Afri
can. Let Mr. Etheridge pause. Suicide
is belter than social ostiaclsm, and he
wi'.l be doomed to lie Kite, if he outra
ges with enve lomed ongue all the pro
prieties of life.
L'nde,- tho ;i. uiinslaiice we advise
our democratic f. ieads not to come out (o
lie:i - Mr. Etlie.idgc at his appointment
in this city on the the 27th inst. unless
they are willing to be deluged with slui
ces of b'ackgiiidisai, bill'.jsgata and
slang. Their aeif-iespcct can only be
pieserved by stay leg at home, a.id treat
ing Mr. Etheridge wi.h that supreme in
difference wnicfi he exhibits 'o the trus
1 leaders of their own faith and belief.
Those who refuse to ex'end oou tesles
should not grumble if like favors are re
In refusing to hear Mr. Etherldgu no
slur is intended !o be cast upon the Re
public;!. 1 party In go.ie.al. ill. Ether
lilge is using a free lance in this canvass,
is malting his own right in his own way,
and is justly responsible for his own
course. We acquit the Kcpub "can par
ty of much of his pu. e "cusseduess." It
refused his services as Elector.
Foots Tkocbls. Oa the 13th Se;
temlie.', Cov. Foote made one of bis cha -acterlStic
venomous speeches at Cleve
land, Ei'st Tennessee and "at the c ose
of h!s s.cech the ciowo called for R. M.
Euwcrus, of that place, who took the
stand. Co!. Ed wr.ds did not aUcmpt to
a.-guc Kjl'tlcrl questions, but put
straiulwry at Toote. He tjld the ven-j
e.-.;b;e geu.lenia'i 1'iat he was slngljg a
new to.i from what he had su.ig in
Ktil. Edwariis said tn.it all elo.ig
th oun Ei-st Te.'iiejsee, o.i Uie hillsides
and ?.i ti e vr. eys, were graves of hui)
d.cils of ci'lva.roi'S younj men who had
bec.i i!rge . l.i:o tne trnVs of the rebel
a my by ilic c'a lo.i voloe of Go. Fone;
that widows a d o.-piiaiis all over the
cou.it were moc. niiig le loss of loved
ones Iii consequent e of the advice of
Foo.e. He cha.ged t'.at Foote was once
a Whig; be-oiged o the Kaow-Xolh
Inj,s, jo. red tue Democ.ala, been Lide
pc.dc.il, a.'d at last had gravitated
e ound .o Wah..ig o-i City a.id me
Gia-t.-. d his pi' .v. He desc. lbcd the
1. i.l.t-.Io l of Foote iato tue Republics j
lisity. He s.' Id tiici-e s: t Can I, as the
head of t'.ie Cr.uicb, holding the !ove
feasi mce.i.i, while BclLnap, Babuoct,
and .lie re t of the nestlings wee squat
ted aruurd. I.e .ently Babcock went out
aad j oiign.ln i',)o.i his arm Gov. Foote,
a;d said .o the b.-et'i.en that here was
old Foote; here wm o'.d Foola who had
belonged o every party tliat had eve.-
eI'ld, and that now he had come to
join their.. The house roaxd. He
srid that thjy got Foote to the anslous
seat, and that Babeock got over him lilte
some minister he knew, who had gotten
down some poor sinner, and exclaimed
to the rett of the brethren that "here
was work and plenty of it." He com
ired Foo;c to Henderooi Lewis' old
agou. Henderson Lewis said that h'.s
wagon wabbled a id turned one way and
the other, until that at every cross roads
he lost half an hour waiting to see which
road he was going o take. He told
Footp that he was cither wrong In '61, or
wrong in '76, and that he changed so
much that the people could not tell when
he was right."
A uinX South against a dir . 'ded North
this is the way Bob Ingcrsoll pins the
Issue in the present canvass, a.id this is
aoout correct. The Souih will cast a sol
id electoral vote for Tildcu, not because
of sectional hate, nor with the Intent to
revive old war animosities. Other rea
sous influence her eoplc. She is too
poor to indulge the Idea, of rebellion and
her heart yearns for economy, for polit
ical equality, and for a brotherhood of
co-equal States. This she has a right to
after ten yea: s of peace, and a submisslv
spirit on her pare unpa -alelled la the an
mils of Iilstoiy. Why Is the North di
vidul? Because a largo portion, and we
think a larger portion of her people, as
the present ca'.npalgu will show, Is thed
of the eternal howl about rebels, and is
i;rcrly disgusted at the flapping of the
"bloody shirt." The North has felt
rs Lee.ily as the South the blunde.a of
reconstruction according to the cxtrrmc
Raillcr-1 programme. In the piostraJon
of southern industries the right arm of
her material strength lias been paryl
Ized, and the has lost the revenues of
wealthy prov nee. Thi faci has been
noted bv her cojimercal men, aud they
have leou .he Hit to aiigu themselves
against .he destructive teudeucieof Rad
kalis-it. The North is divided and
will continue lo divide. It knows there
are two sides lo this fccctioual question
anu that to array the ."lie North against
he South, will be a blow at her own ma
terial interests from which even she can
not soon recover. We deprecate all sec
tiona; issues, behave returned to the
national fold in good faith, and we siuinlv
as me guarantees wbich a coyaion ton
auutiou ought to throw about every citi
zen of the republic. With Geu. Grant
we can and do exclaim, "Let us hare
Bl.-'ine has .ecovered from his on oi
tune sunstroke. His recovery dates from
lie adjonr tr.ie.it of Congress. Another
congressio ;al committal would mate
mi very sick. He is coming to Ohio and
Indian.', and ut virtuous Blaine and the
unbelieving I. ige; soil will oi.tte and lie
from Ihe sa ne stand.
Tiie K- dical cffo.t to ii,e the nero
ea. t i,i the South have met with some
success, and raised a row in a politir.il
meeting in Mi-sia-iippi,
Ox His Native Hkatii. Col. W. W.
Gates, whom we are louud to mt is the
Xestor of the Tciiiiess, ,r--, will be
gin the publication of a paper at La
Grange, Teim., to ! called Hie LaGraue
Monitor on the 301 h day of this month.
The citizens of La Grange ;re laking
hold of the matter with great lilxrrality,
aud sliow a disposition to aid t!ie veteran
journalist in his undertaking. We cer
tainly wish Col. Gates the most unbound
ed success, and can assure our friends in
La Grange that he will present them a
live and progressive sheet, fully abreast
of the times and worthy of patronage.
We are pleased again to welcome back
Col. Gates ii'to West Tennessee, in whose
behalf he lias expended well directed la
bor, and every pulsation of whose "heart
of liwtrts'beats warmly for her welfare
and advancement. The eople of West
Tennessee ought to subscribe for and sup
jiort the Monitor. In his old age Col.
Gates needs pecuniary help, and we trust
that he will receive it in no unstinted de
gree. If he lived in England his name
would be put on the insion roll for mer
Tun 'rossrsi Policy. The colored vo
ters of Rutherford conn. y met in Con
vent iou and endorsed Yardley. The res
olutions hc.ewUh appended show that
the colored voters of ;iles county have
doue the same thin;,. Yard!-;y is not
now oi .iie stu.ii;, bin In: is quietly vis
iting the ditleient couiii.ics, and M'curiiig
a public endorsement u.i tne par' of those
of his tolor. Ya. uley i the only Repub
lican candidate in the lace, and because
he is black, it should be nocaHse for lmlt
iug on the pait o( his while allies:
A meeting of i oloi ed vo.er.s was held
in Pulaski. Tenn., ftept. In, 1370, which
endo.red W. I'. Yi'itilev.
'Lie following le'o'Uiions we.e adop
ted: W ereai', W. F. Ya
ReMublic.n lc:We Hie
dley is the only
people I'o. Gov-
1'he.eforn lie it resolved, that We the
publicans of Giles iou-' .v do e. morse him
lien. illy a.id request him to make the
lie olved, .h;0 we rcque tall fellow Re
publicans to give him their support.
EdwajID McKishack, P es t.
Wallace Maxwell, bec'y
Accordlng t cx-AUy-Geii. Black's
g:e?t letter to Mr. Gafleld, of Ohio,
"We had been well wa-ned by all the
mea best entitled to our confidence par
ticularly and eloquently warned by Mr.
Clry and Mr. Wcb-.er that if ever the
Abolitionists got a hold iiou the organ
ised physical force of the country they
would govern without law, so--ff at the
authority of the r Hil ts, : nd throw down
all the defences of civil liberty." And
experience has we'l vindicated the wis
dom of those great strlcsmeu of other
and be-ter days, illus' ating it In the vile
reign of the vile party now in power.
Barlour Lew is lias been nominated lor
Congress by the Republicans of I he Mem
phis district. . H's nomination was
doubtless sacured by the neg -o element of
his pa:.y, and will only se.ve to coalesce
the democracy. We a.-e now plet sed to
say that Casey Young will be trluuinautly
icturned to bis scat, whieh he has tilled to
the entire satisfaction of his constituen
cy. The favor with which Lewis was
received by his colored friends, indicates
that they a e returning .o their first love,
and will vote solid for Hayes, Lew's, and
Yardley. What a lovelv t.io?
Here's the way Le Cornier des Ojielou
sus tells the old, old slory :
"M. Oscar A. Rice, lo carpet bagger
ouiavaltiejs?i a voi.- l'cxcelie.ite place
dc collcdeur du .cvc.iu interne ea uotre
paroise, II a a t' ois oil qua . e ans, ct qui
de. aterement cuut co'leel ur de district,
vient do decampcr avee une soinuie de
$11,000 appai tenant an touveiueme.it
Which means, in plain Earh, that
the Radical scound el, Rice, stole $11,000
of Ihe people's money and left for p..rts
The papers tell that Cov. Foo e had a
discussion at Bristol on Monday of last
week (Sept. 11, with Hon. James White,
of Hawkins 'county, in which the old
man exhibited his characteristic rancor.
He defended the employment of the
army to control elections, and upheld the
enfor cmeut ace. He refused an equal
division of time will, oiqnment, who,
howev -, poured hoi shot into the old
On reference lo an extract ia another
column, it wi'l be s-ca that Theodore
Tilton took a fancy .o Mrs. Wood, and
found that she was his "affinity." It
seems that the sweet feeuted Theodore
finds a large number of nftluitics in the
Northern States. They're "as thick as
three-in-a-bed" up there. We don't call
em by that name down here.
Henry A. Wise, of Va., who died re
cently, was one of the best orators this
country ever produced, It was his bold
aud lefla:it oratory that b. oke down
Know-Xolhingisui. The credit of this
work has been olVen set down to Andrew
Johnsou. It belong? to Wise. It Is s.? id
that in his last days M-. Wise lid not
affiliate with the democratic party but had
a leaning owards Hayes and Wheeler
Ihe Hon. Carl Schurz rem .i.-icd in his
room at Indianapolis, Ind., one day last
week, and only five peisons called to see
him leason: he won't lomoliment Mor-
tor by wtvlng the bloody shirt; and the
Radical manage, s wouldn't let him speak
in Engsh reason : he wouldn't wave
the bloodv shirt.
me great storm li st hu.ulay (Jse.,. jjj
slashed aud crashed and mashed things
generally from Maine to Georgia the
equinoctial came down bend foremost
that is, along tho coast. A vast amount of
damage was done to shipping, and
number of lives were lost.
The publication of the New York Times
was commenced September IS, 1351 ; con
sequently, it was twenty-five years old
on last iiouday. It is now a young man,
and niue years the junior of the old
Whig axd Tkibune.
Never in the history of epidemics in
this country have Americans lesponded
with mere alacrity or liberality to the
call of distress than tuey are now doing
to the appeal of tins destitute and fevcr
strkken people of Savannah.
A late dispatch from Evansvillc, Iud.,
tells of a laige Greenback torchlight
procession ia that c!ty in honor of Gen.
C'ary; and adds that: "The Greenback
cause Is growing marvellously, butdraws
most from the Republican party."
It is a well-esiabl'shed fact that no dis
turbance has occurred in the South since
the opening of the presidential cam
paign that was not desigi.ed'y brought
about by agents of the tadical party for
the furtherance of radical interests.
A terrific storm of wind and rain, on
Sunday l:if, weif over Phi'artelphia,
partially umooti.ig the main building of
the Centennial Esnosi-.iou, g ctly injur -
ig the Ame. lean and English-exhibit .
The Rlchiiio :d .V;.) Whig says, that
with all his -ho rxoininsrs, fi.utit s- about
he best man of his part :-. A .-rat s ter-
iMv l.-d pa. .y t'-nt is :
I.:eut. Gov. I!iibl:vd, of IVxs, is no
ligiil weight," as lie pulls! down 3S0
pounds avoi.diij ii.s? and is four inches
over six feet Ititrh
The news is that Crook cavalry sur
prised a camp of three hundred red men
i!i the Black Hills country, and wilt
every one of them to the happy hunting
The heaitof the Northern DViniH.-r.-icy
i s fl retl to some puroite this time; and
ihouglt the Radical party is not drunk, a
M-k-r thing you hardly eYcr saw.
Hi istow sjHilto at Indianapolis on last
Monday night. The managers wouldn't
allow him to divide time with the Hon.
Henry Wat'erson, who was preset: t.
Cerrfopodeiiee ef Whij? aud Trihiw
Tke Ceutennial. ,
' -"PH.LADi:LpniA, Sept. 3, 1P7G. "
Judging by the display of national
colors, this city is intensely patriotic.
Flags suspended in the middle of Uie
streets, hanging from the windows of
the houses, decorating tho dining rooms
of the holcls, and around (ha walls of
thf stairs, and even the barber shops. In
fact the stars and str'n-s are everywhere.
Verily this city can afford to lind vent
for its patriotism by a liberal investment
in dags, for has it not the honor of hav
ing the biggest show on record, now go
ing on in its limits? not to mention the
thousands of dollars it is taking in daily.
The chief thing, by the way, the hotel
keepers arc making a good thing out of
the centennial, and the managers of the
Market and Chesuut street car lines are
happy. What did you see at the centen
nial and how many days, think you. will
it take to do it up, and about how much
will it cost? These are questions of most
interest to your readers who have not
been amW.laink of coming on, and they
are by f i means easy to answer. It
w ofcawfiT" Ws time 'a enumerate wJptl
i ill . . . A v,uel Than what Is. As to the
time neces.-:ir", one can p'e hurriedly
through the buildings lit about a week,
but to sec it well will require a month.
As to the cost board can be had here at
from one to five dollars per day. At the
boarding houses they charge from one to
three dollars per day, according to locali
ty and accommodation. The hotels
charge from three to live dollars. There
are many hotels near the centennial
grounds, but we think ft preferable to
stop down in the city, as the evenings af
ter the exhibition ha closed, can be
passed much more pleasantly. We would
like to write something of the display,
but have seen so much that we are be
wilJcred and know not where to com
mence, in fact our mind is in such a
whirl, we fear this let.er will be rather
disjointed, yet: "Tho Its fault were
thick as dust, !n vacant chambers I could
trust" your kindness.
The exhibition is a grand object library
where the materialized thought of the
world is presented for our instruction,
aud through their exhibits we are
brought into contact with people from
every land and clime. It is said that if
we stopped but five minutes to examine
..i. v : i . , i
each object, it would take us more than
sixty-five years to get through the col
lection. The centennial grounds are a
portion of Fairiuount Park, on the banks
of Schuykill river. The scenery is love
ly, Laurel Hill Cemetery is the northern
boundary of the park. The centennial
buildings are located on Landsdown ter
race, at an elevation of about one hun
dred feet above the Schuylkill. There
are two hundred and thirty-six acres en
closed with about four miles of fencinz
and thirteen gates. Each of these gates
has a self -registering turnstile, which re
cords every one who passes through.
There are other gate for the employees
who pass free. These employees are said
to number ten thousand, 'i he main build
ing covers twenty-two acres, and is 1.8S0
feet long by 1,45 feet wide, and is filled
with articles of use and ornament from
every country. Here the cunning han
diwork of those singular ieopIe, the
Japanese Is displayed. Their cabinet
work Is truly wonderful. We we.e much
taken with a magnificent bedstead and
thougl.t of investing, hut gave it up when
told that the price was $4500. Machinery
hall is 1,402 feet long and 300 feet wide,
with an annex 208 by 210 feet. Here is
displayed every kind of a machine in
use. In the center is the great Corliss
engine of 1100 horse power. Krupp &
Co., Germany have a full display of their
celebrated guns, one of these is a mon
ster requiring a charge of 2.T0 pounds
of powder, and carrying a ball weighing
14'J0 pounds fifteen miles. Agricultural
hall covers a parallelogram of 540 by 820
feet. Here is displayed ail tho products
of the soil and the machinery used in
Hieir production. Horticultural has a
length of 383 feet with a width of 193
feet and a height of 92 feet. Here are
collected all the rare flowers and plants.
Memorial hah (art building) has a length
of 3B5 feet and a width oi .20 feet, and
is filled with rare works of art. We
were much struck with a picture in the
Austrian collection 1 1 by 26 feet, repre
senting Venice doing homage to Catha
rine Cornaris, Queen of the Isle of Cy
press, who after Ihe death of her hus
band gave her kingdom to the republic
of Venice. This pointing is valued at
$45,000. Ano.her tine painting repre
sents Rizpah defending her six sons from
the birds of prey. Here are collected
many wonderful pieces of sculpture.
These constitute the five main buildings,
there are many others, however, the prin
cipal of which is the government build
ing aud the building erected by the la
dies of America at a cost of $30,O0J. This
is called the woman's depa tmeut, and
across iu thres'uhold we did not venture.
A double track narrow gauge rail-oad
runs around the grounds, and is great
convenience iu going from one building
iu auutiici . A&e ,b au ii, an, tuts cen
tennial is a success, and the biggest show
lor tne money ever gotten up.
Proceedings of the Senatorial Co a re a
vention of the 18U: District at
The Democratic party of thelCth Sena
torial District met In convention at De
caturville, Sept. !tkh, when L. S. Wood,
Esq., of Henderson, called the conven
tion to order, and in a few pertinent re
marks stated .he o'oject of the meeting.
Jas. F. Blown, of Decatur, was called
to the chair, and James M. Portertield
chosen Secretary. Capt. Taylor, of Lex
ington, moved the appointment of a com
mittee of five di credentials and resolu
tions, when J. A. Pit.s, B. M.Tllman,
J. M. Taylor, Kinciien Kelly and L. S.
Woods were appointed on said Commit
tee. After consultation .he CommL.ee
reported J. A. Pitts, J. D. McDougal and
J. S. Jones delegates from Hardin; L. S.
Woods, R. T. Jones and J. M. Taylor,
Henderson county; A. W. Stovall and B.
M.Tilman, McNaiiyeounty ; G. W. Wai
vers, proxy for Benton county; K.Kel
ly, G. W. Smith, John Aklti, Yv. L. Bai -nett,
A. L. Moore, J. F. Brown, W. H.
Fisher, W. H. Reyuotds aud W. O. C.
Petty, of Decatur" county, snd recoLi
meno the basis ailop.ed by the State Con
vention, giving Henderson tei vcHes.Me
Nairy en. Ha. din eight, lccatur edx and
rksoh tioxs :
We fully endorse Ihe principles of the
Na.iorial Democratic party, as declared
in the resolutions at i'.- Louis, and pledge
ourselves to tne surpo-t oi its nominees.
We also eiulorse the platform of prin-
ciides adopted by the S.ate Democratic
Convention, rud ra.ify ihe nomination of
His Excellency Jas. D. 1'orter for Uov-
e. nor. " e uenounce an K-uemn . -fo.
is of politicians, tending to disorgan
ize .he Democratic party, aud urge upon
the file .ids of free govei ument, reform
and honest aaaiinisirauon iu iuis dis
trict, to organise thoroughly, and use ev
erv bono, able effort to secure the elec
tion of the Democratic ticket, both State
aud National, in Nov. next, and that no
oue put in Humiliation here be voted for
bvtnis Convention, unless lie, or nis
f. lends for him, be pledged to support
the nominee of this Convention.
That the voting for candidates be by
counties, the delegates of each county to-
ire. nor routing the vote ct their county,
ilividin.? the s. me according to toe
iit-i or the canuiuaies.
The resolutions were signed bv the
committee, Piidon motion adopted by the
l'. ive ivioii.
i .! ;:Ktio l of J. M. Tay'o.- the Con ve t-
li" i adop.cd thr two-th io.s rule in ma
Tl.j Cha;.-an. on. icing that nomi.ia-,i-:is
were in order, Ju"-;e J. F. iiKi.)-i.i-v.
of Pu dv, wa pn. hi uo.njailo!i bv
A . V. tscovail : J.M. Tavlor nominated
Jit, i. E. J. 'limberl.ike. of Lexington,
;i I G. W. Smith nominated llt.i. G. W.
Waite. s, of I leea.nrviiie.
No other iioinl.ialions l.eing m i le the
Convention proceeded to ballot, ami c n
tinucd to do o until the tuirty-tliird bal
lot was taken, without making an r iiom
iuatio?,, when the Convention adopted
the following resolution:
Resolved, That this convention .idj.Hirii,
to meet again at Decaturville, on the 9th
day of October text, to which adjourned
meeting, each county of this District t
earnestly requeate I lo send delegate, to
represent the eounty In any action the
Convention may take.
Resolved, further, That the proceed
ings of this Convention be published iu
th Teanessee 1, adscript, Whig and Tri
bune, and Benton Ba'i ner.
JAS. K. iiROWN, Chairman.
Jas, M. l'oiirar ild, Sec.
Call Merlins; of the Demo-ratic Execatire
Cemmi.tee, of MrXalry Cobb.
Wm.aEAM, '1 ne Convention ofthelMh
Senatorial District, which met at Deca
turville, on the 10th nst., failed to nom
inate a candidate i represent the Dis
trict, and the Convention having adjour
ned to ineet'ttgaiu on the Sth of Ocober
next, and in ortlcr tliat the delegates may
obtain further instruction from the par
ly, in their respective counties, as to a
first and second choice for Senator,
Resolved, therefore, That the follow-in-;
named geiir'enw-n, members of Ihe
County Executive Com mil tec, are requir
ed ,o meet in Convention, at I'urtlv, on
Monday the 2d day of Ociolter, l7li, to
instriicour delegates as almvi.
1-t Dist. E. Woolen mid W. J.Mofatt.
Hance Hunter. L. A. Lockman
G. IS. Riiss4.;ii, .1. I. Grunt ham.
J. L. R.vl-tei s, Jo C.tsoii.
J. W. Walker, II. A. McAIpin
and R. W. Coffee.
Rolt. Anderson. J. JI. Boeder.
A. W. Stovall, R. K. Hendricks.
Geo. W. Morley.Blev. Koberaon.
Y. J. Sutton, J. S. Atkins.
B. G. Eas;, J. K. Andrews.
W. J. Massingale, Davis Ijin ler.
A. J. Sewell, Samuel Anderson.
J. D. Rilev, J. M. Huggius.
Jo Tillman, d Williams.
J.L. lUley, W. W.McFalls.
J. I). Franklin, Andrew Jackson
J. W. Freelinir. Johu Ivev.
Iromptat.eudancc on the pait of each
me viiik uiutiuee is fajvtt roily
requcstod. . . .
JOHN B. JOPLING,
Chairman, Ac, County Commit tee.
September 19, 1V70.
Orij.ioxs of a Leading Havk Orator.
, Springfield Itcpublicai: : "Bob " Inger-
son nas a veiy poor opinion of Gov. Til
den. Eiu he ha a still more unfavora
ble op.uionof Jehovah. Witne-s thi ex-
trac. f .o.Ti a non-po.'itical Ice ore:
"Search the reco.tlsoi. he whole world,
find out the history of eveiv barbarous
tribe, and you can find no ciime that
touched a lower denh ot infamy than
tnoe the Bible God commanded and ap
p.oved. For such a God I ha va no words
to express mv lot'iingaud coniem;., aud
all ihe wo. ds in all tlie languages of man
would scarcely be sufficient. Away with
such a God!'
Sioci IiY, Ia., Sept. 18 The follow
ing h. s just been received ,rom Fort Sul
ly : "Hei vy firing was heard on the riv
er, ten miles below, last Tuesday, appa
rently in the dlretien of Black Hills; but
no explanation wts had until yesterday.
About ten days ago Col. Buell aent some
scours out o Gen. Terry, who fai'ed to
reach hhn, but were attacked by the In
dians, ar-d one wounded. Retreating
tuey cime across a large military trail,
whic'.i f .oved f be Gen. Crook's. Ou
the way the scouts saw a camp of thirty
lodges near the Slim Buttes, north of
lla.ney'a J'ealt, tnu when Cook was
overtaken Uie scouts informed him, and
turning back hi cavalry, by a rapid
march, Cool; surprised a id killed eveiy
one, eeumateu at toetween .w anu tajo
Indians. Not one escaped.
Ti'ioi's Sleeping-Car Advent.-.
New York, .-sept. li. The aieeping-car
1'lattsburg was attached to te Allan.ic
cxnrcss train which was due in Ihe Grand
I' i ion dt-H.. at U:4 o'clock this morning.
At Albany, rt niton t 2 o'clock iu the
night, a lean of aliooi inide'e ae enter
ed, as though expt-c'-i -g Lo meet some
body. His enlraii e din. u. bed no o-'e. Evi
dc 'y lie IiatI no. iH-e.i lo.d.ed for at Al
bany. He seemed pleased ai thai
though , as ihougli anticipating the sur
prise of a pe. son wrioui he sought. He
advancetl down the a'ble between the
cosed cu.i. Ins a ul then tetu.ned to the
end of t;,c c ., and .'ddie sing Cha -les
Bell, he negro po.ter, s.-.lu; C".n you
te'l inc m which" oer.h M b. Wood, ;ny
wife, is" "Yes sir; No. J to bertb,
sir," replied .hej;orter. Mr. Wood went
e;.gerV lo Xo. 2, and ih.ew thecur-
Uin.a. Jiis eyes' met a man s startled
gaze, and by the 'man's side w:s a wo
rn , whose lace he c:itid not ace. He
relumed to the po".ei-t whose account is
as foMows :
M.. Wood came tome, and he said:
"The.e mnst be some mL:akr; there 'i a
man in Hi:1, be. .h.'' "Yes, si-," I sjtlti,
"uteie'j p. men In ilia, beith Mr. Theo
dore Ti .o-? ; but ,ue lstfy Mrs. Wood
he aiu her ri.iie m,: whe i she lraug.it
he-.- berth is in the to.i belli." Sir.
Woou went h.-v-k to No. 2 anil looked into
. he top be. ih, but the huiy was not there.
Some of her clOtliet were. Then Mr.
Wotxl looked in the bo .om lierth and
saw M: a. Wood there wi.h Mr.TiUon.
Mr. Wood jumped b ck, ' rs If he could
not believe Lis e-es. '. hen he said some
thing very mat!-Mkc o Mr. Tilton, and
st uek him. I d-d not see exactly where,
but I think it was on the uose. Tucn
there was a sort of scramble, and I heard
the lady .ell Mr. Wood to te quiet. Mr.
Tilton came out from behind the cur.ain
and went i'l'.o the smok'ng car. Mr.
Wood tried to follow him, but Mrr.
Wood, I think, held on to him. Some of
the passengers must have been woke up,
but I did uot notice in the excitement
whether any of them looked out. Soon
the brakemau came in and asked for Mr.
Til ton's things, and I picked them up
and sent them to him. Mr. Wood sat up
ail the rest of the way, and as soon as it
got into the depot heie, Mr. and 3nrs.
Wood hurried olf together. Mr. Tilton
then came into the sleeping car and
washed, combed his ha'r and got his
clothes, and made himself neat. When
he was going oui of the cars he asked my
name and wneie I lived, and said, "Leil,
try to remember all you saw and heard a
while ago, because I may want you as a
witness." Then he walked out of the de
pot very quiet-like, as if he didn't want
to be seen much or known.
The conductor and 'orakeman confirm
the story, and say that the husband tried
io shoot Tilton.
IrtE Sea-Lio. i.. Lake Micuigax,
Ca.cat,o Tribune : A puriy of gentlemen
from .he Revere House stii. ted this moi n
1. g (August 5.h) for a t. ip on tne .'ake
o Garlick Isiand, on boaru the steamer
0. B. Re"d. Vt hen about three mi'es
i.oiii Osiikosh, some of the par.y who
we.e standi ig o the bow of the bo -t . w
.-. il.'.k object moving in the water nearly
'ti..!f mile in f out of them, heading for
l,e Jiiore, and as no one couM mcke out
w'i .t i. wa, the termer beaded ior it,
Wcea wjs nbou. irro h.".tii-ed yi t's
.' .iu ine object U disappc.-red benr..th
he w e . The ate. me. Inunedla ely
a o.t. ed a id a 1 hmd were on the iook
oat .'o rcE,q)eji ance. Li a few min
it s o le of ihe party called out,: "Tnere
1. i !" od su enough within one huu-
0 -ed : u lL.y yarls of the steamer we
V s .w Cooter A Rulcy se.!-uod .hat
e c -ed ne e a snort ;me agt"1. 1 nc;i
vl-m -s of tha. five huui-.etl doll a s te
v id "oc-p.i to flo.t, be,"ore he eye- of : U
o tsj rL la a moment .he ema'l lx;at
w s lowe.-"d a ici into It were thrown
some ro.ie, boa. hooks, or. rs, ano an old
.hol;ii i Oiij ng .ol'pit.lj Recti. Ine
C i.-in then c.-died for vo'u.eers .o as-
...... him c-puire .he inoaate., and al-
i;ougii I .iau no uonbt luai 11 of us
woi'lu have been 'd .o have h:.d a nrud
l:i . -e cap.rre, It w .s iuiposs ole, as ,he
boat would ho'd iuitih.ee pei sons com
fc.Uii y. o CapU.ln Reed sei'.rte.i Mr.
tieo.-e W. JIa , o," New Yori , and Mr.
Came oa, of th Revere House, lo go
wlin liim. The r coa.s aad ve.s we.e
offin amomeut; in.o Ihe boat they jump
ed a id bea.i putlitsg in the uircclion of
the monster, amid words of caution from
those ok the steamer. Mr. Came. on oc
cupied tee bow of the boat, while Mr.
Hart iu tlie st.e, a and w i.h an oar was
direc. ng its course. Captain Reed w as
tie propelliug jK)wtr a. tlie oars.
When about twenty yards from the
creatu.e it again disappeared, but this
time only for a mouien , when it again
aiose and was seen to be S'etiiingly with
in an a. m's Isn h of th ; bo.U rod direct
ly in front. Tho.-e on the s.e. iner saw
M . . C. mero 1 : ise sad wit'i a Itoat-hoow
iive the c.eatnre a. emen'.ous blow on
lire he..l, which un.o ;.!..rtely teeaied
0. 'iy to have i re cf.e". of enr gl.T i .
a .tl we were lio. .in- u to -ee it raise a
t r: - of 5 3 on. " ;e w.'ier, a ni e'e
s e uirg st. t tie ot he lo... witn
1. j .'vs. c. n l.i I i. .! 'f it we e a i.i egir
shet: th. owl.? ( ttt.iiii in.o l'ie
tii.r,, A c v of 1.0..0: .o--e f om te
s.e. me. s wo i-iw t ,e ..;.ve me l si.'.v,
bi:t ia a im ine:!-; topy :tse i.i the surface
ami s'.f ttt k on for ne v.ec.eu boat.
Cp..iin Reed, "neing th" eider of the par
:y,w:'the last to rei-h ir, and Mr.
Hart and Mr. Cameron extended each a
hand, helping him upon the boat, w hich
la r lmi.Ri up- The steamer was iuime
tlialelv lieai.ed for them, ami just In
time; for, as we got near Jit-m. we aw
tlie. tu-a lion r:se again but a few yards
away. Seeing the steamer coining .o
wanl ti : ik. he l-.ir -d ami swam out into
the l.w.e, t!isai)e:iring In a few moments.
We trxsk the men on tnl, aid then I lied
lo find the lion, but al'ler c.ni-i.ig als.ut
for en hour aud ceiHg iioiliii.-j of I. I n,
we gave lip the ciase ami returned
There are more dinner- .puled by flB
bad tempeeof liu-hamls ihtu v the f
cooking of wives.
At the AtU-ille, S. '. ,- election the
other day, seventy-live negroes vot;-iI the
How t VaaaiUla tko SteiwarkV Tor
mentor. If the enemy of mankind was i-erudt-ted
to exert his diabolical ingenuity in
invention of a new di-ease, be could
scarcely devise one more worthy of his
genius than dyspepsia. The dy-i plic
sufferer is toru.iit'l by symtons re
sembling those of almost every known
malady, and is often worried into mono
mania by these conflicting and perplex
ing manifestation. A fivorim though
absurd hallucination of the victim of
chronic indigestion Is that he or she has
heart disease. Dyspepsia has of le u been
pronounced li curable, but experincc has
shown that Hotetter Stomach Bitters
will vanquish it, together w ith the con
ctipation m.d billiiMis derangeuient whit h
usually accompany it. Di.M-ases of the
kidneys and uposetl rheumatic pains
are also frequent concomitants of dys
pepsia, but they, too, succumb to the
above named invaluable corrective.
You are asked every day, th.ougli the
eoloni:i of iiwRrw"t"f and by your
Druggists, lo use something for Dysja-p-iaand
Liver Complaint, that you know
nothing about, you get discouraged sjtcu
ding money with but little sue .-ess. Now
to fcive you nositivs proof that Greex's
ArorsT Flover will en re you of Dys
pepsia and Liver Complaint, I'h ail Us
effects, such aa sour Stooiach, sick head
ache, liabitutil costiveuess, palpi aiticn of
the heart beart-burn, water brash, com
ing up of food after eating, low spirits,
tc, we ask you to go to Neely Jt Pybas,
and get a sample bo'Ue of Grkex' Au
gust Flower for 10 cents and try it, or a
regular size for 73 cents, tw-j doses will
KM. 8. A. E.1LOE.
Pmsideutial Elector on the National le
mocratic ticket, ill address the people
of the Eighth Congressional District on
the political issues of the day, at the fol
lowing times and places:
neuderson, Madison county. Monday,
Purdy, McNairy county, Tuesday, Sep
Adamsville, M.;Nairy county, Wednes
day, September 27th.
Savannah, Hardin county, Thursday,
McNairy Station, McNairy county,
Friday, September 23th.
Jackson, Madison county, Saturday,
Spring Creek, Madison county, Friday,
Medon, Madison county, Saturday, Oc
Denmark, Madison coiintv, Monday,
Jackson, Madison county, Saturday
night, October 28th. .
Mifflin, Henderson comity, Monday,
Lexington, Henderson county, Tues
day, October 31st.
Decaturville, Decatur county, Wednes
day, November 1st.
Linden, Terry county, Thursday, No
Saltillo, Hardin county, Saturday, No
A fair division of time will be accorded
to any gentleman who may desire to rep
resent tho cause of Hayes and Wheeler,
and any and all of the champions of that
cause are invited le a joint discussion at
any or nil of the above places.
Officers of the Democratic Club, Jack
JOHN W. II U FORD, President.
A. W. Campbell, W. G. Tucker,
W. P. KoU itsoii, Jas. O'Connor,
T. S. Vixcext, Secretary.
R. A. Sliced, Assistant Secretary.
C. G. Boxd, Treasurer.
Meets every Saturday night.
TIIE JACStSO CltrtMIAfK CI. I
Oir.lMlRD FlUltAT, JVLT 2STII, A. 1$ ls76.
J. H. Harpfr, President.
George Board, Vice President.
H. H. Cubtis, Secretary.
G. K. Foote, Corresponding Secretary
A. A. Biggs, Treasurer.
D. Board, Marshal.
W. R. Jester, Assistant Marshal.
Regular Meetings on Eriday nights at
All persons who favor the principles of
the Industrial Congress and the ludcpen
dent Greenback Party are respectfully in
vitcd and may become Members of the
Club If properly recommended.
In the Chanc-try elOe of the Common Law
antl Chan cey Court of tlje Cou my of
Aiadison, aute oi lenoes-sec.
John C. X- Garland rs. tn. Kiatbal tt ml.
TT Tirtaeof a F" F ait direciM from the Chan
1 1 eery aide treComJioii Law and Chancery Conrt
nt Madiioii t"onntf, Tnn., S ill ejfyr to nle to the
hif;hat ilier at aorta dor I the Court Hum in
JacxKaT Tennraaee, om
Saturday, Octoljer 14thf 1876,
the flloalnjc lre't real etate, Ivine; and lifing fa
aaia nv jacatxitt ami noam.e .oiioth :
Befi Snin at a stake at the la rcin i of H.gh and
Chester .ree;, runs tJere wrsl trth CheMer sl.ee t
ti rea ; rhete no th 1D4 e , .uence eat 14 .eet to
a stel e on the west j4hhm,s r line o 111; stieet;
taeuce aoaia iik-ixb .eat fAS. .eet u ine egiu
am:. A lo mieothe1 !!' and uA ot Che te street: he-
biaHtiPir at a s.aae j be .o h idarr line of Cbea-
ier a.reet .ear we - o li A street ; rars therre vet
i'i Cue -e- si eel5 fee .0 J. C. M. -crlauu's !ue;
re.-ce leei 10 a s.ae ; uie-c ert w .aet .
So feet jreat a E K ee ; ruus .Dence aoata
104.S 'a1- o ja he-in nt;.
Lerieti i r "P J defeadarts to aa iXv Fi Fa.
9ale w.i 1 n faw.r! hoa. .
erpCJ-4w. GF.O. G. PET KIST, 8herifT.
Lat Court, ffumboldt. VeL.ncssce.
W.F.K-rCaa loiCt ts. J. A- MrAuuo.
BT " va a aa a'a Tetditionl Ex tt me di
.e..ed f on nl':rk o. .heCirc. ton t, 4 15 a
Judic ai Di. ct) at Hunno'd , Te." e-e I v.
poe for a le at .he no. h oor a .de Ca . ione. In
Jk ko 1, Te in., .0 ca a, o 1
Saturday. October Htb, 1870,
alt t'ie yht, title, c'aim i rd !ntere. oi J. A. UcAJoi
haa in anu .o the fo'lowln de.cMbad t.act of en4. Ir-
al being Xaduan Cor ity, Tet.a., au boanded
st to. lows:
Bala? the reiersio:u.ry tnterei. a' J. A. He Ado in a
trar.cf land of atwnt Ji v , left bv will o! Sam'l
Mradoo. rrobated at the December Terso. oi the
Coaaty Coo . af Madiaoa oovDiy aad . ettistered b paae
174 in minute Boat to h's widow, Ei ieih McAJ-a
darns; be? nxtaral life, ad to heraona, be aa'd J. A.
MeAd'to and W. A. VcAdoo a r be-delta.
Lvtd an hr Fi v"e fraen this Cos. , Feb aary lSrh,
to nat.'sff a judgment vbica W. F- McCaslin 4 Co.,
recove.-ed ;'' J- A. & W. A. MrAdoo oa the trd
day of leeesBber. 375, (or ftiM16-lU with iieresL,
cos a, etc. Sale within Uwfu boar
sepM. GZO- 4. PK1KJNS, Sheriff.
Ctaery Saleof Real Estate.
In the Chancer j side of the Common
Law and Chancery Court of the Coun
ty of MailUon, State of Tennessee.
. A. H.-
, J. C. l'ad un e: al.
vcnio.y .et ire o' . tc e i'f h1
e rno.ee e o.i te " 'i d.' Fe'.t o-.y. 175.
rt -.ii) .c r.-.:o o Jie - hui- e . io
:e no l -ctr cf fbeCu.t lioiIe, J .
Thaiiuuy. 0, ;.,Vr 12th, 170,
ait '-h ii'.-.? 'a? o 'or -t d v ale,
Sf. i he i':mi,r:
pt - E- -I e. 5o e. . on join i. 1 jom-
wt " - f -, " due e ; .'in W.n. H.
Brr.i'..iiti '-". ii 'I
fee tu c iii v.i No a -ee,
. e j-i-.e ca 8ou.ii ile
r -5 -o.- hence es-
oli- n.itfiai t; dj
. j t.. .he.'ce no .j ."ioc
.heare e- li Jeei
h ree . ; .aftice m)g:U
5S e. io the hi--- u
e o. le,
1 e.a a: Si.
i. Jt, WIrLX'M, Cera tt-
Vj M. 1. Yry, T C A M
fts-t M-t, J .. n. EatKr. ri A r
MOORE, EMERY & CO.,
KROtERS, fOTTOX FACTORS
No. :12 Front Street.
thr Mt-..ltt.r.-a. le .s
jt-:- H .!.-., I'.-i-n
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Vlit . !! t fJ
S h id. hch.
II- h'U4 .'at Whi.e
iy luif J-ri erin
.r me :u(4nia io
A !.F f.II-L.
li ii I rj't j"-' h n. ill ''- -a
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TTNDKft nd y ;e f the bm'vW and aaiarity
IJ r"e-.ed o -cn -Jt la and br a rt-HM lieed o(
1 a. mrHe H- Jojb Y . 1 e i i ea he i;.h r Ju.w l-7i.
nd -ea e-ei-. ia te Tea; . t3V o. Md.ofi Coiid
f, f e r-. 1" T ast Ieed Emk 5- 4, r?4
lu.yiilu . rrjtee w.ll on
Moiiday, October 23d,
be:eR -he boars of ) a'cle: . m , and 1 r. at
he Con . Hovtc do- to tha c .y o JacVsai, Tenn..
se l a: piibt'C -on "o- ca-n, - tullvm ug desti ned
t. ac oX lend l- -, a id i-e- t -n cwn.y of Mac on.
t : lie- .m c a r .ahe a . t ie fov I . Iftc
H-fnv ile i no Jack-Ma. toed, a o ner f J. It. kn ,
.he-K-a eai h s i -oad .J-i Kj ii s .a a sete ia
tne s-'i - J Dir. z n o s.' d .oad r iwher o ner at said
J Ii. L-n- .1-euc uu..h 41 iw-ltcnaiaa o -ai.e, two
r -n ftHt dwi t-i it - . aMher corner of asud
.rf th-rce etsl 17 ia ?0 ctia ns oa stale, waech
n r ; a .h Hi l'B?'
r .t'nrlitV'ia 'iir.ai,t brm.ei In4 wUtia
oak on J . P I re .' ace '- ei.s aa 3 la-lua
cdf .f h e e d feeet a-m po a era V 4-t-ow
a... It. -a; tieitce t et a ilV fhaira to a stxke in
Cola!ne: le vn. ruis m ba wrt (
j..h"o aciiiitrturf m .ur .he d Creek HeaMt
3 41 W rur r; ae ct . h r. m Si-iOtf ckr m;
.Dra-vto'dl1,'' 134-1 IfOr k: -n, H. A. Mer.i.-Jt-r''t.t
.-e ; ..ic fr e-l atih h i I if 3 rhstita; s
t.-ke ; .ur ce .h a 7 , casir t a r' ar'iia mii.e ;
eiK-e ve l' '4 c 'L; he. poah hu,
so, i.'i-br iii' .e .!: a .'.- r' 3 chain, thence
to h m f- e t 1 . 0 ct o o a ae end j-om
tm i- .-r 'i Jfi'ir en 1 ne; ihae a wt.h a.d
(.ie 5 w c '- a -.e. JrcaM'H'fc outeFt cor
ne ; h H-crt'lI'-lWtii-.t. a.fi-f, Wo la k
K in a ih. io"im . fBfl.'i; r tte ' ." e'd jevrw
Md Iii0 64 Itwrji n ae taev'airs; (n u a y eas)
Cm.i i ii ; -Jz li" ac rt. t.'g .b aauie rscl mo
Tfvri u d Kr h at - her w s.aera,
y dete1 iK.-n e Z t ! .' ni'i Kf,,isa,r'-4 ,u
IKtA 10 "r,rlf hU .tiSL iih re ere is b-ir
a prfe. Toe eq. v l rem jtplf sm all r aht of re
iu.rliif ir i r' V il ui4 1 B4 lrrd. The
le i fie1 e rt Im- r ec.. bu I ell ml es T as ee
i i he req-'c. f t.i if ttcia. - aiH ! tae ha'aiaee
dae :aeti- 1 h 'b
1IOWKIJ- i:. JACKSON", Tnisifo.
F AGENTS WANTID FOR f
AND LAWS Or TRADE t-
XasMtsriewa aioajw.aa mi as wrnry oocupAUosi
aS wrritiuvnyMa f U W old aa4 fMa. Sscisl a-
prate III si 1 Siavss tat tmM . tais imwama aiWi
bua. sofBsllyssrsttBOoeirfosli ksrsfs. IbsasiAn'rf
In Chancery Court at lxin;tou, Tcnn.
e.rse Sisnfnrd v Nsnnsh Woods, Haldy Hay,
huaan Clements et at.
IX this caiae it innefjr.n; (run: CoanMaiaaiH's Bill,
mhu h is venhrd Uy sffldsvit, '.bat the ridence ut
TbMtnit Woods and Cary Vlnodi. two of the defendant,
is nnknuwa, ai thatthe) caaaut ha brought latw Coari
by personal se. vice of ptocesa:
It is thertfo.e ordered by the Cle.k and Hsster thai
pitltlirsiion he made in the Whi( and Tt tbtiae. a srr
pfter published In Jsck ott. Tenn., ;r nr coriera
tiv'e week. cuuitnatMliiHI d Tbcusa eal Csry k1s
to aiake their appearauc a;id drleiad Ji b'j'I ailhin
the firt three d.iT of th ennuinpt term of said Cou..
to be helti the Court Hotie in said town tf Lewing-toti.
n t it
1'ouitli Monday In SfjitmUT, 1-70,
orxald bill will be
psrtt a to them.
or cenrcianed aa-1
Memphis & Little Rock
Ail-Hail rante lo Li tie Riw-fc, Faltn, Tcxarknat
Jefferson, Rhrerepo. Marshall, V!ias. He r Vtea
Uae Kotistoa, ' fi iTenioa ad all v out o Arkan
sas and Tessa Iilrec: connor, oa D saute o. ai
I.i. tie Rock Aith t.a tit Canorn" rnlto" 'P c-d tnr
the eaore nameri internv.-d' e o.ra. I ee coaiiec
tion ta same depot at Anr"1 ' trrir v iii-la
Roth and re .Smith Kaiii d .a .at4i' - slawli
tHe, DaM. nelle. Van huren. r o ! Smith, e(c
All Rail ! No More Staging !
Tlie rem ptet ion of ibe Hot Kitrinr lI.illroMw K'ea
niihrwken rail ronnertbm to the Sprues ia Memphis,
Little Kim k n1 aVnivrn.
I'aseii ir-rs lenv-nj; M-.nl:is via the Menpb' A Ut
llr I'ock 1 ailway 3 p.m., arrie at lft Hf rinjrs It :'
ner.t mo.ninjr nikins only 17 hours and 10 at nines
fro n MeiainbiB o tue Sorin-r.
For t riit'.a and infot iijn io.i ii ijuire af 777 Mam
hirer. 571 Main ?r'-t, or jii ie.itof Lmif.vtile. Nash
ville aod Geat Sxithera lUi'r.! :.heal i Uin atrel)
It. A. nil I iAUS,
t'a-eiijrer Acef'tt "le.ni'hld, Ten.
JNt. II. XKKKY. Gen'l IV ana Ticke A't
Little ck. A'k-
Lwtb k Bloom vs. W. A. UiniiiVrs fad J J. JliiiM.n.
BY ri. ne of ra a a.dre . ; 'e ta me d
;.o.n seller; '( he Law i id .' i lie Cmriii"1
Liw PilJ'.Ke.rC.M - of .h Cona-y of Meaamn. I
will ex h e .oi' f-ile .o. e b t'ie no .n dor oi lite
Cou.iiloe Jac'-!o.i, "rein oa
Suturd'ty, Ot:ftfr 7ht J?y
the foltowirT drse.t'aed re I e-t . e : b4 It:iT "-
lein i- ?.mon S a .or.. tf.tt' oi ( t r, Term., end
bounnt r loKo , tow.; rri ins .'ii Uo-Ha
(tiiio F .11. o .d beftiinltiT ' a rtr1.e stwl ini'Mt- e
So) fee- -liepretiou feet : tUei-e vrt - fee.;
thtiace noi.'j Ja (ee .oihe errrwtn-. Ks d li Wj
ha late riuic. wt S. Ib iw-ou. 'ev u oa a- he
p.ope. T f de.eiiilso , '. A. Iiis nuke- to . i.f - jooT
ut it wjicb aa 'u F'a u iT .eco-e ed aa'M. a u J e
leKlants ;or ilie n.a o.' $l:26-t(k and co- a.' nit.
on uc lSt.li dr. of Doce.ii'oer. 175. beore a .' tt c of
the Perce, a-d" iwiid lain. va duly coudemre;! :y r;d
Cou. et its Fein nary 'I enn 1: Tfi. o Mile. said icuj
menu 8 ale within luw.ul hntir.
GKO. ti- PKRKISS, Sheriff.
JIu.C. AitderiMn, S..1. epl4 'w.
fTlAKEX up by S. A. Darnell, 1st Iistrie-t H miles
I aootheaiit of Jackson and 2 milea a rt of PiMsoa
ftatlon. ore bay hoes MILK, 4 yejra old. 15 ltaada
hi(fh. thin la order, olark )ee. mint and tail. kTr( oa
hie left side nee' bit belly, baa tha fistula and two scara
oa bis w!thea. Appra'fted at $4A.
aepl-3w. W. M. TIOWKLU Raittccr.
A Certain and Sure Care.
farce Induction In Price. A trial bot
tle free. Mrs. J. A. lHtni.uMn.ra. ji Porte, Indiaaa.
box 03. (Ko.dierly Mrs. Ir. ft. ILCnlltmv)
dui le f Ii t.
bl Mr.v. 1 KAlMNf a sorcislte.
OCR l'STITt"llti the W-vt ibon.ub. rota.pt.-ir
and practical in the 1'mieil Stte
TOO'tt Mr'X deHirin a KTAHT IX 1.1 Fr
PAfcENi'3 bfvin Mtu 4r aartta t educate are it-
Tiieu IO winr i :in i i.r rataiajn' iiih ( aiiKiiia . tl .
Total Colleariste e. i7.10. No ' -tcMi-.m Fn- I
te. at any time. HrrrM nr ,tirtia ! t -finer
tadents. AddrcMt M Vt . S 4 III K It .
Build. ip imh N ii e r. s St H luiu'-re.
REMOVAL -200 Pianos
and flrnanc "l m ..cfctl-kks pr;r.r.
allll Uiyalld The S-i'. n,ier .tl II their En
.ire 8to.k of f i at an a and rra n a n-e Mtd
second hand -sheet music, nm-ic b ti r-..ar.-die
ei very near rot pna fur ca-h ItCr'tNfi SKP-
TEXBKR. previous tr removal to Their tew Ktore
E AST 14th S.r.et. L ito i I qna-i- U-,-h-r IU. Lin
trated Ct!orus Ma lel. Ai;en3 Wjiuted. Spc.ial
lnd)K.ment to tiie IK LK.
HOli ACK VATR fJOMS,
Manufr 'tnrer aud aUtra'eT-s. 41 Broadway. X. T.
LV tki W Htht. K:t.riare inimatenal. Aff.dav.ti
sufflcient .trt-ot. Fee aft, decree. Addre-a (with
K. 3. l.ttt!?.
.'t Kahfuftkea fit., Chirag. 111.
AGEMT9 HAMKD! MHtla and P:p!ams.
Awarded .orllwl- nCIJTCftJUIAI I?!DI C
laoa lllanirattnns. Aonrt-ss tor new c.rraiars. A- J.
HullKAN A CO.. KM AbX'4 U. Phiiidelphia.
oO to allOO A .nOITH ICR AC-ETK.
The arrest tnterewt in all oat on and in oar own thnH
inahisioryof 10A yearn, makes tais book sell faster
than any other. Three hooks in one, beautifully illus
trated. Low price, quick sale, extra terms. Hrid frr
Circular. J. C- V CL DT k Co.. Cine nnaii, O.
OC I'tare Cat rd all styiek with nAEie fl cents.
mmJ rot paid. J. B. Ht sttiD, 4viu, Efn?. Co.,N'. T.
fk PT M TO " ' the beat seUinr artl
rile af once J. rA:t-. r Jit....T 7-17 L-r-.-i ! iy, N. Y.
MlI KKtlint., PiY IlOtI 1K( V,
a taari tia t ion Soul 1 Imrinins. jl---
Bcriin sJ M-r (iunio, ailowiii' h.w n.'iet f
nia-v fa-c:na.c rr. I kiu iLt i ve vinl rfl-r ion rii
;:i ,h-.- -l. N.-r ...-.(-11, ,v. if -.-:;:. H rt.i'! . m.
Ai.i: i v. i lor rnr: tiii.4
. ir fly "t.) : r-.rr.ii?.r
V ' IKt j A. CO. l'li:i ute'l
St lil'.lOKn. '. r. vy for
i7 'i. a T'te Nat :..'. 1 IU t-1 fc.li fi-r
.iter's .th L;r,. u: 1 . ii -t t lita-
drirk-. an1 fpj.-M ' R;r -s ami hTtv';i. LM I'.res
ilii:r.-.:ei. .10 ft, a-.il '.rr', nutfu ai. 1 urntorv. 1''
a m.ia'li tra-le E VYKKl rn' '.. .n. X Y.
New Orleans Cards.
JM. T IIRI1K A F MAKIHF T HklHF
JOHN T. HARD1E & CO.,
'.6 "'f 'j'i iirth-rlt '.-. ;.
rs .n XKW OKI. KAN'S.
I k.sa.r.i' S.J harrn. H F. Ki
KIRKPATRICK & KEITH,
General Zmim MfirctaHti,
$SaT-nVaral ad a area made on (Vrttta aad Tahaerw
in transit. sp3-wm.
THREE NEW AXD NEAT
On reasonable term..
r turn, Haifa uulMi(.
THE PEOPLES FA Y0 KITE
Louisville & Cincinnati
SHORT LI NE
THE QriCKF.T, nKKT AND OM.T HOITE WITH
ah tea pamsenaer troia the nib msfca dire
ruaLseat iaa at LouirlUe wuh
Pallman Palace Slsepiu Cais
To rm.hrjt, Harr-.t'irg. 1'bil -..l. lj.hia
IM e v York
Aal "her tjtem Cities
AV1TIIOV T CIIANGI2
TVs Is (be emly 'iae rattling hHls-pa Haar. thera lf ep
tnfc 4'a.s fTnt S- w tr)eiis. Mnltb. Ja s Mia .
M'nefnerT -in.sU-. iee 'lur J-k- trn , aad
5 a 'diet: la t CtiM-: anal ih'ai ibaif. t-atiat ax at
the! paint ai h ell .iie .iionia r T il. man and Weiner
Falaee Siee,eri tn Tie- irirs'. (arsad kfpid. IUI
ttTBor. W ashmniOM. JUfuir kr 1'Uvelst.d fit-nail Al
bany, falaasa-fara. a.d Nrw Y.k
This Is the enlr Line ruanin; (t- tii l.i t.rio from
Lauisetlla to CliartMitatt, end aanie l.t r ne ah rb
passenger fi-eiaa .a .Soutai a v.'te t L stern aad
Norfbera Ciea at ta .1. aei-t Hlee a..f 4 arl ran
avoid r .ea.ioas . b om. i'jc.i e LuavtUe by
rbaatat cata i Mto.t Jtsri with L. A
ft. . I:. T. . tU.ee il'e- tofu c. '.e Ct y. a here aa
ee : iMulna Hi" oe led, ade. 'ie m..is-,etnent
of he ILmi o.t ( om . a'e.
Ti..uf h ale rata - Hants, Cha; ii'e Mill
H'k-L. Memphis end Vickbu.r, " ke Air t enser
tiu.t .' . Mho l t-lne Junrtlwa sinh tbrouah &leeTers ta
Na- York. PbiUdelphis, nI fiber Ka-ler Clllea rta
this L aa.
During the Centennial
Pi xh.bttbr ai ljtbade'biai T.. kris eta tnjs t. P- a 111
tte id uk all iLe o!!lvi lit the houth and oiiti rl
at greaily raOuced -rte.
" ASK FiK TICK FT" VIA
Louisville k Tte Short Li-ie
Xo Othkr Link Can Eji-ai. It.
I.nn'l Ticket Acr"t
JOM.N MAO U)Flll.ti.'lar.
JiUX Jf .KT.
drn'l P s Agent
And Soutli-Wcstrrn IL TI.
IIOI'KIXSYlMVE, XAIlVlI.l.E, UKN
, iiEiisnv i.r v;:.Lk. ok knmvjhi'.
tuii i ni m s. l u:i.i -ii. i.i:
NORTH AND EAST!
Coml.Mi''! Tlnw rl. In KfH J.xilnn-
ry z:.l. l?r.
L.ulaUll. Kail Mrft.
t 11 0 sn. T .
- II t i" ruler.
' IN an. I v
Ar a-.i- l.rt-l r . ! !
A li an. Irnrr'f.jt
" T .. ar. N"i ;. tt
" a i:t at.: ri-i.vtii-
" lo ; .... ;..t lr
1 v.). '. Na.lt.ill.
" Mam .r-r!.-lll
M in. I wrnli?tri .'titi
a 4n ifi l.n.lmrn
1. Tat atM Ita-. rr Until
1 J -i "ti lilcliflrl.l
JI .Vi Htt l.r.r-.t l.riliar
" 1.4Atrt l.i.f.f l.t-.i.r
" .V. i!t l -rilm JniTU-.n
" 3 ?S pin Hit .Wtl(t.. m
" 3.l.i pni W. .t 1'i.int
" 4.4-i ptu L.tninvillr
I.r 7 ! p
I- a p...
to a in
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- 1115 ant
' ia.oo a.w
H i:, a m
IOM:('TIOJi at ..n.. i. .ill- lih ai. Umla
an4 anuth-KalM-n HailrfH : al ljat. rill. wl. fhi A
XiMiw)l. Jfl.r... .('..tiiM.D A ItMl.anafMilifl and
Loalf..llie ana i. innnna'l Stiort l.tn. Iatlma.lft.
riWAiin i'. wiLKti;;
iirn. K. A f. Aff'C Louialllr.K J.
riII S lii est lnferaafiotial Khiblibn .te-ltied lu roa
Bienmraic the Oue Hundrrl-b Annireraarr of
Ainenrrn lnde,ie!Mieice. npenrd My lih. muu. will
c.iaae iiT-n'in-r lotU. If(. All ine 'alirti of iM
wo. Iu and a. I the Si a rs and Ten it. Tie.-. tl Ur 'niti are
pri'iici.iatin ia th.s i.'.nr.erf ol deoit.F ei . at tow l-rtri -;
lux tutfe.uer The oim .-rhen-l c ller f t ,i
l rrhUiri, Dirf-Jtnurl irmt loln, aafleo--Re : u la-cove tea.
aiAtiufacta inx rcii-r. euts. miiir ectneii. s.Ml
' ice!iral riMi.H-.e ee. exhiii.e:. ne t,.odi-di
viieir o lite ExI'-hi, e :tnle ' e 'ine in' .lie
Pe.itT'traiita Kai-'ne. m eiii'nece a rt- red a
II ; y ac e ot Fan .n u. . r. k. i H . i,liit wn r ud
t(r,iar.iente. ot m hi It ; e rrec.ej i'., . r. Hr?..
firr ruwtrttcir-d -h llietae covn h an arer ll
acre ad coa Mij; f '..ifUA otMl The o el HHt.i e
bmliliiiT C.ec ei i'oi tiie pm;Hiea ikl Lto'.ii-b .
near t o hunlicl. Iiirm ti.e ihir'y tiny .. 'in
ly follui tliat'.- j-ciiine of the K-h ltl i.i a i. .Ill
sn-1 a qoalrr of trr.tile rtei'rd 1.
THE Ml' HAT TK1XK I.I XK
Mail Route of tlie United. States,
IS the BioM -!rect. r--nvriiien.. lid reititi 1 1 ar of
reaching rbiladviphi ;'mI 1 1. e- areat Klnt.tti .i l.t-iii rlt
si-ctionof the ron::t rr. itir.-in l- aid iV-m I hil
drlphia 111 pasaa hp.i:f h ..rnnd t'etn i-iiti.al DrMt,
a hit h the ( otupanr !! r r. i-cU-i! nl tins Main 1 itl.ance
ta the Fhibioiii t-r .uu-t 'or ti hMn.t.i'V.ai"4i of
psxfterjre.-M b'iilh : !. at wr tati from l be un
merodr. (arie h .-! nun iifuou iii .'si'.i.n m.ti (he
Kiltr.iMi, d rfin-ti:i.ii f ul ll u p
tor and a fTur.l. -t ,cii-- v i 1 '-v i
Ita.lrad. uli.rlii. th- M.I I ts, tt-tin-
(,'imi..i 1 1. IV ii on.. V :.. tir I- t--..r
st li" KuCni'i'iteli. u. tht: I'u'KU-
.1: eto vUi-
r-. I 'IB IT Iu
11. . aliwt
ai Kim St'i'rti 'n -h. ...m
T:i- leiin- Ivniii h;lir''l i tl. t ;; i-nte- I'
oifHtZanl n in the a. V It'-onrr-l- . t i, iboand
t;i:le uf rojilMav iWiiii'i', i'i.iiiiiitf..i a iitit . I'uiiat-
t. lotus. New )i'iL ll'l'iiti-i Mi.,i Sfli ti,n-n orer
it hch li:S i:nou dry Md .ii tfin .arc err t 'in, .ruin t hica
r Joiiu. L-n?sMl.-. t i.ic iriKil l::ietiaol.s. Col-
iin.t.u-. Tolt-.lL. 1 e.-lfi'. e i't Ki e M.ih oi bsl.r
It main line is ift a (' ti u-.til.le eid !hn t I ret k
heat'T sleel rrtN ti...Ii r. . .-f tr. kii .l-.Ue tul-
lt. rnd it I.r.. . w s.e al- . ! i- :i or ufi. - pM.
efijer trslli f re ej I' lja-i v i. ii e. jt iiMt .i ii..r . r
itatr.it ftr cmi". t ti..' .. , id r i , u -i eed
for .enlr u.-ictrri-a . 1 li rrth. of an- It lae 04. the
c-idiiit-nt. Ile I .HJI-..1- lir U.t;e'y lOrre-eel
eM.pm i. . eli 1.. 1 ( 1 ;i 1 ail..! . !!1 r. ta.t-r.f
t.i hu!.l in if
r liort .c
li i.M.a in
. Mtttai Kxlil.
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X sv.-le' e
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St- l;ti- aii'tirp
lit.tMe 1vuit- atd
!a-.j -t;i rum
f:me U. e.l f. i- ri:)"'. r 'hm
F.Tft I'nh T.' irr- 41 rr -:.- -1
til pr nripal R-.iiri.rt " i-fc Offir
ae-.; 111 i So.lb-w.:
b -art that ratir T;rT rea-l
ITLV-I KoUU-lo t-( iMfSMl
in the It e.;
- Id at
:a Tar laarAT Petr.
F K . N K TH)Mti.
i M HtiYtt. Jr..
eepj-m t.en'l Ta-'r Afnt.
Paducah tt 31empliis
Fr Kohriltr, ai. I.nla. -rlran
rw Ovleaa., ,-rlablle, tic.
TlnrTubir-lnrritcllrk. ?S, ISTfl.
KirtrM. Uaii I .
Lea re Arrlre.
Ps'-urah a. D0p.au 10 :00 a. a..
F'lbon - s W p. m . 7 il'i a. m.
riit;cah Juiict- a 7 l?o p. m :1.7 a. m.
Troy - 7 :5& p r.i a :a5 B. m.
Trinib ? t o p. ai. a rOO a. ra- f
A' to,..pAT:..a.--liMi.r Ft vrr .t it.
P-.dnrah S W i.m 4 na p. rn
'tiion s a. r.i. 11 m p. ut
i'OatuC.i'.! Jl.Tl(t..., . -2J o TU) p. ni
Art ike l-..vf.
Ti' T 9-40 i ni. lu ju a. m
A? ra.l.jh .th L. :.:-c:!i-. I. I-n-.-h A S-uth-He-!.:.
Urivr a i.
At Kult.'i. wi:lt N-w ne..:.,. Si Loui,. Jt i.irairo
.V. i'uMU.H,;:! !," Narl...l... t ii;.! 4 '
Rt. l."-ii- : Ml 1
a. Troy M-.ti ., ;,). x (,;.
All Irn'ns r 111 b,- I .! .rit :
V M'tNS 7U T.
i'li'1 rr"iin mid Tuli'I Al'e
SI'M .V T"i.P. INlnlll
io h - aar-er-. an4
PrEyterian IvJi Caltett
JA CKSOX. rA'.V.VaT'it,af
IT'S!: It.! tulwn. alil,k..,n,4a. '.'Uh""!
1 tr, 1-.J1. ...ra rwt4 m t ' "
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D V7 HUGHES
m sir he t ft nlorkt Itepslred so Order.
Also, Atrents for Hi
Florsnce Sewing Machine,
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-...,. JACKKOX. TKXX.
DAY'S AGUE TONIC
Ta all aera-iaa who Chills, atad (tall ta Va cared. If
ta Ba4 aat oftaa ls.lii these hard tiasea that) eee
hear of aarfh.af to-..- riri away, bat ta ihe preaeat
caaa wa ha-e mm art trie B wtli hear tka tiaaMt aras
Tilt. tM Mtrarat l4 IB eeary sfass M tha wavrd,
aaa feel dei arsaiiaed t piaea U before tha pahne la
ancb a mjiiaer ,hat there rtanaat ha a "daMiaff
Ta eil aha atay Im aft! etaM ai'k see rraa nf Aaaaar
Chills mtrd Pevr, a a aet trie aranatiiaai .
To all Persons
Ta rare yia with ast-s twtle I Ha? a ae TU
ll neter proalarea partial da-afneaa. wtmaaaa tat eianaa,
but si ns; or rwanat the head, or aat af thaa aw
p I earns at -yw.plis that fallow the aaa of Qaiaiae. II
1.e at caiatteia aeawte. atrvrhntna her pwt-
: it arts finely ucaoa tbo hrer bowers attaoet tha
..---. iieaeesttttf plla; It ren ha gwm ta tba
tlMfia he rejan Quialae. and ihe rttree ar aawaspt. af
fertua. rad peea.aawt-
Procure fraa a e lansrttai ae Merrpant. awa hart la af
ftav'a Aw.eToe. asati aa tbrwried. aad tf ll tot e, ra
tarn lie caapiy bott e, aad the asoaey will ba refwajdeat
ta all .
lo Have CMHs
Thi la si:. - e 'I
nas.e urva. e i -chants
mtI i - -Binre
re.ltie lin ..
i.dd r-y r aa
lv.!lar per -i'le
....... ! .Mfc, yet strange la aae.
i-!,r't t.i m Iii ca '"t aaa--
i .. . r-nitr tar mm' !fe mt ii
sill r.K 1 1 thre eeer 14.
s-H a r- t.a. 's iieaeralty at
J. P. Brciiiosle,
ITcely L Pybas, Ag'ts.
Tins standard article is comixutid
cd with the greatest care.
Its effects are as wonderful and as
satisfactory aa ever.
It restores gray or faded hair to its
youthful color. ,
It removes ull eruptions, itching
and dandruff. It gives the head a
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp by its uae
becomes white and clean.
liy its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and mak
ing the hair grow thick and strong.
As a dressing, nothing has been
found so effectual or desirable.
' A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assayer
of Massachusetts, says, "The con
stituents are pure, and carefully se
lfi "ted for excellent quality ; and I
consider it the BrsT 1'ai.rxKATiOK
for its intended purposes."
Price. Ob Dollar.
aO-gclT .n gh a m's ZDyo
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may be
relied on to change the color of the
beard from gray or any other undesir
able shade, to brown or black, at dis
cretion. It is easily applied, being in
one preparation, and quickly and ef
fectually produces a permanent color,
which will neither rub nor wash off.
KtR.faotsre. ky R. P. HALL 4 CO,
StU V7 tH lnxftil, aU Uin la HmSlitMl.
5KT1I.Y Jk I'TBAH. A-N, Ja. kw.ii, 'IVuii.
Notice to M. & 0. R. R.,
Iu the firm It f ejri . llir- I'uitril SI:ito
Ki.'lh Jmlirliil ('mt.-im ami So.it hriii
IHslrir, i.f .1':i'i:s!ii:i.
'.:t Uffi.-r fl 'laa a .) A
ees ut Ihe First a'-rt-ij. IV
bite and '.. lU-If-ad n try
X'lTK'I.. Toa'f iLil-Sn.
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Ohio Raiff.irt V '.; i-
THR nnder.... 1 : ; . s. s-.:..ir..t I..- the
C rrait i o:.l : fi.i.i .S'aVt t-.; irth
Judical Clrrih amt Swl.11 i..ri-i of A Uhawia : in a
decree r?U-l-red i th hl.,, e-i'ltled .atlse the fib
day of March. UT he' -by arlees notice.
fr Ihe terms of said order he U ordered to report
atitoncothasr tbintr-. 'ihe hol which are serr:re4 by the
rpe.-t(Ta mortacea, sr deeds of treat, or eacumbraa-
rea, and whir, form a preaaal (ar futaraj- valid rtatta
upaa tha aatd rarpnrstlsa (tka aMahOa and Oaia Rait
road Ceanpany), and tf the debt ea:sl ia any ather farm
than of o1s. tl.aw, that ha report the debt which may
be dae, wr which may aeama dae aa rba aaatf aeveral
sefiintieaar the said corporation, sad "the nines at
tHa holders of the a unties of the Comaaay mich
Btay ne preseateo and proved ta htm. and tha aum da
t aa-h holder."
Far tha purpose of enabling the holders of boada.toa-p.-ns.
Item or claim against taid M. A Ohio Railrqad
CoBtpaay secured by asortf age, ar which create a chaj-ga
to preaeBtiaperaoa, ar by attorney, their draaaada and
proof properly befrra the court, it ia required that either
the origine! bund, cou pen. Halm, or ather eridaoca af
debt sb ail be present ed before oue or the Camtn iksiaers
ct the Circuit Coarts of the United States for identiflca
tioa and Terificatina. or, where ort e;t naif are not present
ed, affldarlt and proof may be made before the Commia
iners arrairtlina; to the fwms f th proafa taken la
In the case f bonds, cuupoiia, or other saearitiea,
the affidavit niurtt shw the naniber, amount and data
f iw-ue of each b.d. cju.oi, or security mo provvxl,
iili the full ad-ifea uf Ihtr owtier ttit-reot, and in caaa
of cltii.m ulher fHilniu'MiI debt, c ertllied copy
";;" to in tike ntanaer mun be 111 numbed.
Tlie Lk.Mt-r. ut .nd-, l:-ii. ani cU'ma, in Ihe Cotidl
l:' V ' re-.- ii. rei.iinif in Jackmim, TKaaaicK. and ei
cit.itv. may ,r. -ent their boMmcs, and make priaof be
br T:n.i. t;. 11i-k, Kw., Cwmuiiuiuiicr uf the Circuit,
t ....ri ..f ti.r Cmicd States.
rr lu- j'tto.. .f recemnr; and flluia: all proofs and
elm mi Mimsila md preaveuted, and for t-orrep'nce re
latinat lo ihe same, ihr M.iur'a ofl.ee. a l Mobile will
be -.p. ji eerr jU-luinl day ul ihe week, until the lita
JAMFS C.TLLETTE Special Master.
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