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JACKHONs
SATURDAY SEIT.23, 170
t7TtiU Ibe WJtlrf aud Tribune Steam
Print! g lUtalillskmeuti for all kinds of
nl or Facer Printing.
.
Clean frcsU butter meet fair th-imt ixl
and ready sale In Jackson.
Poultry and etcg noy meet with ready
afe In Jackaon at fair, nut huckster'
prices. ....
The Supreme Con; t of Ten.icaece is to
convene In Jacknon on Monday next,
Kitn bar 25th.
jThe boot of the gin. i heard in the
land, anirnewTotton bales- are -arriving
dally.
Far all Skia. Dlacaie,
lae Dr. Ii:nca:'8 Blood Syrup, the frrea
lilood rurlflcr. Try It never fail.
I'nrtie interested in Iiiiring a Circula
ting Li!)tary l.i Jatkon, r ill plennc call
at J. G. C'ico's I!X)k Hoip, li-uve tlit-ir
names and learn particulars.
HAT AMD CAPS,
Of latest styles, all sizes and idiadm, at
tllC Lot'ISVILLE t'LOTHIXO TORE.
'J'lie "phunny phellows" aUiut town
say a certain gentlcmaii lunt yrair hail a
dam hy a uiill site, but now li :s no mill
by a dam vite; anil then walk in Mini take
'sugar in their'n;" after which tln-y
walk out, hit astraddle uu the ilmim,
laugh a right smart chance of a whil
and then "day it agin."
ItKLiaiors Notice. The Sacrament of
the Lord's Supper will be administered
in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday,
October lot, alter the 11 o'clock service.
Preliminary service eommeiice on Fri
day night, September 29th.
The SiraEXix Colbt will convene on
Monday next, and as the Madison county
docket will be taken up first, the lawyers
hav been busily engaged for several
days In preparing brW in the diflereut
In abundance, at the
LOUISVILLE CLOTH IXO STOKE
Leap Year, and Centennial Leap Year
at that,. Is not yet over. Girls, "don
yJforgct ft." ;
There will bo a two days' uiceting held
at Oak Grove, commencing on Saturday,
before the 4th Sunday in Scptcmlier.
( AworRNED. The Circuit Court, alter
disposing of a larx nmouut of busiuesa
lias adjourned.
i - . ' .
The oyster season baa Just commenced ;
and the happy days of spareriba and
Mtusngu are rolling up and are so close
tl(at we cau almost hear the wheels.
cniLDRO wim riioi i-
Can be cured readily, by using Dr. Dik-
cax'h Cough Balsam,
a n
A large" number of lawyers and liti
gants from all parts of West Tennessee
may be looked for in Jackson durl.ig the
approaching fall sc3sion of the Supreme
Court.
ATXENTIO! TBA.tlPft!
If you want a pair of Boots or Shoes, at
Boston prices, go to the
LOUISVILLE CLOTHING STORE.
. ' Religious Notice. Rev. E. McXair
" will preach at Oak Grove, three miles
wet of Jackso.i, on the Denmark road,
on the first Sunday iu each month, at 3
o'clock p. m. s.
Our blacLsinith friend George Scargall,
on Tuesday evening last, liought half a
large motion from a farmer for tiio sum
of seventy-five cents ! The moat was the
finest we ever saw In the city. The
butcher - would have had not less titan.
two dollars and a half for the same. ,
Dr. C. P. Duncan Is now almost exclu
alvely enga-l In the manufacture of his
various and Justly i rusted family ineili
cines, which are niei'.ng ready sale, and
civlng universal satisfaction. See his
notices interspersed throughout the mat
ter of ttls page.
Early on Wednesday nioridng the llrt
Fall rain descended, layiugoiiu of the
" heaviest dusts ever known l.i this section
of the State. "Shoe-niouth deep" only
half described it; und many jialrs of
lungs will long bear it In painful mucin
brance ;' while the iunuinerau:c "cuss
words' that teould slip out in unite of
Home ra.iU people, during the long dry
spell, U say nothing of several "drat the
lucks" froni the sweet lira of the ladies,
waaaliad luceuso to asceud to heaven.
Notice. Luddeu & Bates will contlu
tie, during the prevalence of the Yellow
Fever in Savannah, to fill all orders for
Music, etc., as usual. Those w hodesiri
can have orders filled at their Bi auctt
House In Augusta, Ga., by addressing
them at that place. I'ianot and Organ
shipied directly from the North, with
out passing through Savannah.
JX AMriTlIIIU 1 IIIJIIUI.E, AUD A
Life, i-KjuiArs, ix Danger. On the night
of Saturday, September loth, Phil. D
Entca, sou of Mr. Add lion Eatii, of thin
city, had his arm crushed In coupling
cars at Itwscdale, Kansas. lie was time
keeper in the rolling mills at that place,
and iu assisting to switch out some cart
loaded w ith iron, met with the accident.
Gangrene having set in, the physician
has but slight hope of saving the arm.
Kki.ii.ioi S Notice. There will be a
meeting he'd, commencing Sept. CUlli, at
10 o'clock a. m., at the new campground
at the S.iodgrass Spilugs, 10 miles North
of Jackson, near the Chrlstniasville and
Ashport roads. Services held only du
ring the day. All are Invited to come
with provision prepared. Ministerial
help solicited.
u. jiitooiva. i'.istor.
J as. Bi.ackma.v, Sec.
Frooi Weduaday morning up to the
hour of our j;o!ng to press, the atmos
phere has been very heavy, and very de
pressing to weak lungs; a.id many will
welcome the fid flood-tide of sunlight
that will no doubt be flowing to-day.
M ARB'vu, In this city, at the residence
of the bride's father, Sept. I9th, by Rtv.
W. D. Wilkerhoii, Mr. J. II. Houston,
of Carroll county, and Miss M. F. Ste
phens. Albert S. Wtltneld and J. L. I'ipkins.
EuiHTiax of Tu Two negroes
from BrownsvUlc and one from Some: -ville,
all charged with murder, were
lodged In jail here Thursday, to await
the action of the Supreme Court. There
are at pre' lit eighteen prisoners in our
county "donjon-keep," and five of them
are to be tried for murder.
His Eah. Col. Buckncr, the celebrat
ed well-digger, was accidentally wour-
ded la the ear Thursday. Mr. It. A.
Sliced, whose garden had been seriously
injured by hogs, armed himself with a
shotgun, and fired at one of the pigs.
The shot missed the mark, but a stray
squirrel shot struck Col. Buckncr on the
ear, passing through i, but not causing
a mortal wound. When la.t heard from
both gentlemen were doing well, and tiie
Colonel says he hea1 the shot.
CO-ORF.D I EOPLE, ATTENTION ! At a
meeting of the Tilden and Hendricks
Club, at the Court House last week, a
notion was unanimously carried "inv.
ting the colored people to meet (to-night,
FRIDAY.) and organize a Tilden and
Hendricks Club." The colored people
are cheerfully invited to boon hand.
-
We take pleasure in repeating tlutt the
great Jewelry estibl.'.-iume.ii. of V. B.
Thayer, at Memphis, in the slitter and
magnificence that strikes ard dazes the
gaze of the beholde: , could only be equal
ed by the Sapphl.e , rnd Topazes, and
Carbuncles, and Diamonds, and Ame
thysts, and the thousand and one othe
shining things displayed by the Slave of
the Lamp at the will of Aladdin.
Cottok- Picking. J. If. Scarborough,
Kimj.j living nix. miles East of Jackson,'
took notes of the cotton picking on his
farm on Tuesday last, Sept. l'Jlh. Ills
two sous, I'cter and Willie, 13 and 15
years of age, respectively, picked : I'cter
2'1G and Willie '111 pounds; Daniel Alex
ander, a young nun, 30S pound, and an
other young man named Win. Betty, 2;)9
pounds. This is hard to beat 998 pounds
for four hands per day would soon get a
bale.
Xagislrate and CousU'dcs
. Will find a full supply of Blanks, such
as Warrants, Executions, Garnishments,
Delivery Bonds, etc., neatly printed and
very cheap at the
Whig and Tribcnic Job Rooms.
No Hcmbi'O. If you are suffering from
Dysentery, Diarrba;a, Cholera Morbus,
or it your children are cutting teeth, use
the rieat "Southern Remedy," for sale
fcy.Neely A Pybaa. tf
'Fifth Avenue Hotel. This Is one of
the best stopping places that can bo
found anywhere between the Gulf and
the AUeghanics. James W. Batchelor,
la the proprietor, and J. N. Willard, one
of th cleverest and most accomplished
caterers in th land, is manager. Fare
worth M only $2.60 a day. Located on
Fifth, near Green street, Louisville, Ky.
When you visit the beautiful Falls City,
be sure to stop at the Fifth Avenne, the
bent hotel in Kentucky. seplG-Cui
The Stock or Drugs and Fixit-Ktsof
the late firm of Duncan, Keith !fc Meri
wether is for sale cheap.
E. S. MALLORY,
sep S-tf Trustee of J.- Y. Keiih.
A Bakoaix. If you wish to purchase
a piano, at a bargain, which is guaran
teed to give satisfaction, Inquire at J. J.
Cisco's Book Store, or to B. J. L.t at this
offlce.
A Tji iu. Convince Yor. The
most wonC rfui'!:.Te for consumption yet
discovered in the "Indian Compound
Cough Mixture," prcparad by Dr. S. T.
Bigger, Atlanta, Ga., and for sale by
Aeeiy x J'yoaa or tins city. tl
Dental Notice.
In consideration of the extreme scarci
ty of money, I would respectfully an
nounce to the public that 1 am prepared
to practice for responsible parties and
Walt for Pay Until Fall.
I GUARANTEE ALL MY WORK ! !
J.m 33. ROSS,
Sirtical and Mechanical Dentist.
OJtce43 Main Ftrt t, jcks-u, T-nn.
Mooke, Emkky & Co. This Is one of
the leading grocery houses iu the "Bluff
City" and enjoys a large patronage. Mr
Emery of the fl in is well known iu this
section and is building up a remunerative
trade in Jackson. We bespeak for this
staunch and popular house a good patron
age from West Tennessee. Read their
curd In another column and when you
vi!t Memphis don't forget them.
Si FFV.KiN'i.t uii.dhood. Oh, the artless
prnttle o innoevnt cluld.cn I . How -the
sweet music if tltei voice idm the wild
yearnings of the sorrow -crowned years
of maturity! At a happy houie In the
city of Jackson, the other evening: when
the family were pitm-ivd around ilic tea
table, entertaining unexpected company,
the fond mother said to the yi'iiugvst
darling: "Bo careful, honey; yuit mii-t
not spill your coffee on the tal.lc-ciotb."
" 'Taint : table-cloth," promptly icsjxiii
ded honry, "it's a sheet!" And l.ne at
night, when the guests had gue away
and that sweet child was standing with its
head nearly where its feet ought to ke,
catching with its tear-blinded eyes occa
sional glimpses of a fleeting slipper that
fluttered In the air in eccentric gyrations,
one could see how soou iu the years of
this brief and stormy cxlstouco one may
sufl'er for the truth. ', .
Slap That Conzb!
Dr. Dc.NCA.N'a Cough Balsam will cu.e
coughs, colds, sore throats, and spitting
of blood, it never fails to cure croup
and colds in children. I'leasant to take.
Try it price 59 cents.
A CARD.
Huving connected myself in business
with Mr. BEN. NAHM, at the Louisville
Clothing Storo, under King's Opera
House, I would be pleased to have my
friends an.1 former patrons call and ex
amine our new stock of Mea's and Boys'
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Fiirnidfnig Goods,
Boots, Shoes, and Trunks, Valises and
Umbrellas. (Quality of Goods unexcelled
and prices guaranteed to be lower than
the lowest.
W. W. GATES, Jr.
Personal.
Messrs. E. II. Kelly and M. Kobcrts
have gone centennialward.
A number of our merchants, who have i
been East purchasing goods, have relarn- !
ed to t je city. j
Judge McFar'.anl, of the Supreme j
Court, is iu the city, stopping wp.h Capt. j
J. M. Wool!a:d. I
i
Judge Sneed, of the Supreme Bench, is I
expected here to-day, aid will .-top with !
Mr. William Callaway.
J tke Smith, Esq., o.ie of our leading
g.ocei-s, who baa been sojourning among
friends in East Tennessee, has returned
to the city, and is looking remarkably
well.
31.-. I. C. Scearce, representing the live
and popular tlolhcirs, Julius Winter t
Co., of Louisviile, Ky. The many friends
ard cus.omcrs of Mr. Scearce in Jackson
will be pleroed to see hin.
Mr. Benjamin Nauru, of the great
Louisville Clothing Store, having bee
North and East, has returned to the city
While in Boston he laid iu a very heavy
stock ef boots and shoes, suitable for this
market.
Mr. William W. Gates, jr., well know-
to all our citizens, having been engaged by
the Louisville Clothing Store, is new
his post. Willie is a No. 1 salesman and
is, as the printers say "a fat take" for
any clothing firm.
W. P. Kobertson, head of the very pop
ular and successful dry goods firm
Kobertson & Botts, of this city, has just
returned from a sojourn in the great clt
ies of the North and East, where he has
been purchasing new stocks for his ini
mense trade. His many frie.ids iu the
country will be pleased to learn that he
Is in fine itralih and hopeful of the fu
turc.
, Fr the Whig mad Tribune.
sinncu sttiiT.
j Ti. chir upoa ti galler;: lloan
; Art racnt In Iht breeij gloom ;
j Tb outa-wrtt wuri crrpt tiro.,!, , - d..
I Aa pula wmiIt tkrucgh ' rtm.
In orchurd Iuth lh poultry 4rc-w,
No hint of the cock iTru :
I'icaducfaaiier iath h-cgb.
And rel!nl ia m tt Iht Karlight knm..
The ciBdles f th olijhl r din ;
Tta axw-mvou auik an koor ag.
A ulver thread arwud hrr rim.
Her crimson cr-arrat burning lw.
' A b.ipered thrill U ia th tr.,
Whore fiiful krtsr aaase and p- :
Like tmllinir water I oar th toaei,
Tie crkket'i crj u ia the rrut.
Sor (tU tke u-h-log la ki l'p,
N aoand pruTokea kia angry bark.
The spell of slumber, koakad aad deep
Coaei with tka a arlad and lh dark.
ProTjdenre, Ten., Sept- IT, I7. J C. II
.T 11. CONGEIl,
. 11. CONGEH.
of
Bsr'a and Cblletreai'a Clothing-,
To be found, cheap, at the
LOUISVILLE CLOTHING STORE
The Fair. The time for holding our
next annual Fair is close at hand. It is
therefore the duty of our people to bestir
themselves in this important enterprise,
and make it what it should be. The Jack
son Fair is the leading one In this Divis
ion of the State, and the high reputation
which it has attained should be kept up
to its full standard. Let us have again a
grand rally of the good people of old
Madison during the last week In next
month. The crops are excellent. Hojr
and hominy will be plentiful, and every
thing Is favorable for what we should
make the grandest Fair ever held In West
Tennessee.
A Wr tt
A4vle t
Yiadtra.
(niaterclal
, Buy your Trunks, Valises ami Umbrel
las, at the Louisville Clotuimj Stoke.
A KTEUAK M KKCH ANT. n III) IS r e
answer James 0'Coi:.ior. lie has been a
valued member of this ci-mmuuity fo.
more than iiuartcr of a cciuuiy, and has
been engaged l:i mcrcantllo pursuits for
more than half that time; and, with all
duo respect to his modesty, which is
great, we must say that now
"None know him but to love him.
None name him but to praise;"
and such has been his strict Integrity In
trade, that when one gets an article and
says it came from "O'Connor's," that is
regarded a guarantee of its genuineness
and worth. Mr. O'Connor's known pu
rity of character and graceful suavity of
manners make a friend of each one he
meets in trade or in the social walks of
life.
Iu the boot and shoe department of his
business Mr. O'Connor is exceptionally
well instructed and proficic.it, as he rose
from the bench, and Is proud of that ex
perience. He sells no poor goods in this
Hue.
We take the siucerest pleasure ia com
mending Mr. O'Connor aj a gentleman
in every particular worthy of respect
and confidence, aud his stock as one of
the very best in variety and quality ever
brought to this market.
As a fitting conclusion to this article,
Ief, us add, that Capt. George Fortune,
oue of the most affable and efficient sales
men in Tennessee, Is ever present to at
tend upon those who patronize the estab
lishment of James O'Connor.
fepeelal Notice
Those that arc suffering with indiges
tion, loss of aipetite, are we:. and de
bMitatcd females In delicate health, and
thjse troubled with return of chills, will
find a sure relief by using lr. Di xcan's
Stomach Bitters.
Admibable. Reader; the Southern
Remedy ami the Indian Compound Ceugh
Mixturo are-admirablo remedies for the
diseases It proposes to cure-don't fail to
try it. See large card on our 4th page.
CosTmACTORS and parties contemplat
ing building, should remember th'at'wbite
pine Doors, Sash and Blinds are being
sold by Bates A Fraxc-s at as low rates
as any party In West Tennes-;e can sell
like goods of poplar, cypress, or any of
the less desirable woods. augltt-3m.
. Attention. The fall session of the
Henderson, Tennessee, Male and Female
Academy opened July 10th, S70, under
more favorable auspices than ever be
fore. The flattering prosiwcts of this
popular scviool at present, renders it nee
pssary to build an addition to the al
ready commodious building.
Music, with ue of Instrument, w ill he
taught at $20 jicr term; drawing at d0,
and painting at $13 per scsaiou.
Miss Bcttie Mason and Mrs. Ami Sjx-n-cer,
of Henderson, Assistants.
Miss Alice McKelvy, Milan, Ten,).,
Music and Drawing Teacher.
For further information address the prin
cipal. J.D. OZIEK,
July !-it Henderson, Tenn.
Ski i) W iiK.tr. We have for sale, Bough
ton (white) Farly May and Ii-d I 'halV
Wheat, as line a; ever w.u seen, perfect
ly clear of smut and cheat. C-il and ex
amine it. Also Seed Ityc for sale.
sep 9-3t BOND DEl'l'JJEE.
NOTICE.
Gen. it. P. Nkklv, Receiver of the .M.
C. & T., aud M. C. railroads, having paid
his pay rolls up to date, the -y stem of
giving employee orders, and collecting
debts for others against employees, w iM
be discontinued on anil after Scpteml-er
1st, lS7ti. H. P. FAKIt.VR.
SIOW IS TIIE TIME.
. Messrs. Stewart A Oliver, the live and
popular Clothing House, on the co.-ncr of
Market and I.afayet.e streets, are receiv
ing one of the handsomest, most tas;y,
and lagest stocks of Clothing and
Cent's Furnishing Cood3 iver
broa-'ht to Jackson. They bought their
g'xtds at lowest prices in the large whole
sale ni.ii kc.s of the East, and will ofl'cr
supc. ior i.iuucciiieiKs to customers in the
way of dollars and cent. This substan
tial house solicits a call aud an exa.n'na
tio.i of goods and juices. Now is the
time to lay ia your Fall Clothing for a
small amout of filthy lucre.
The
CITY ITK.nt.
.Vreeu Springs Inj.x aid Alum Hits.
TfcSTIMONT FROM B.SHOr PiEl.CE.
1 take pleasure in commending the Sev
en Springs ''I: on and Alum Mass" to all
who may need a simple and eillcieut rem
edy for the ordinary ilUto which flesh is
heir. To some of my f. iends it has been
invaluable as a tonio and restorative. I
know one case of remarkable recovery
from eh on ie lyscia. It is a ''pana
cea" fot Sick iicadaclic, both to cure
when it comes, and to prevent if taken iu
time. Oiie great vii tuo is, it Is not bad to
take, not often trim of physic. Respect
fully, G. F. PiiKCE, Sparta, Ga.
The above certificate from Bishop Pierce
Is a sufficient passport to every right
thinking mind, that the "Seven Springs
Mass" is truly a family medicine, and
every family will keep and use it.
This Mass can bo had in this city at the
drug otoro of Messrs. Noely A Pybas and
Dr. J. T. Jones, and by Druggist gener
ally. Call at once and get a bottle.
The Cheapest atnd (teal. .. (
Dr. Duncan's Vegetable Liver Pills,
the cheapest and best pills in the market
Every box guaranteed to give satisaction.
Commjucial. Cotton. ha3 coaie ia;o
JacLson f.'eely din ing the past week, and
our cotion mart bears the aspect once
more of thrill, and s-L- incident to a
revival of tr.tdc. The sampler and
the mrker are o.i hand, and the buver
smiles graciously as he sees the loaded
wagons poa.Sng in f.oin every direction,
aad we t.ii.e this occasion to say to our
planting friends ia Henderson aad Mc
Naiiy counties, that our buyers iu Jack
so.i a. e "heeled"' w ith greenbacks, a;.d
are ainpl' supplied with the sinews of
Wo would advise you to come and
seo them before you soil e'suwlieie, or
belo.e you ship to a dUtaut mat kt,
which Is .lways a dangelotia l uin.L-s to
the sm All planter. 01 Tuesday last Mr.
M. V. B. Exum; hauled in- ten bales of
cotton, in response to the offer of a f'JO
gold premium, on the part of Msj. J. S.
Chiles of this city. A committee, com
posed of Messrs. Lawler and Hay ley were
constituted, and the cotton being duly
sampled, It was pronounced fully up to
the standard of "Middling," and was
bought by Maj. Chiles, at the price of
10,'g cents tier pound. Chiles "planked
up" the $20 in good democratic coin, just
like a little man, aad Exum "smoled a
gracious smile," as it passed in ringing
accents down ito his breeches pockets.
Chiles shipped the ten bales to J. H.
Dowell & Co., St. Louis, Mo.
With Dr,
er fails.
Stop that Chill
Duxcax Chill Tonic.
It nev-
A 3T11 Blown t Atoias!
'lta -neu me ('own w .k yorr ? on bandtf ;
Be e o your c r and .e. 1 ;
Fin-1 tcoin the ae'p ht wl yoar jry hens
As the te-npcl nco.ua a c'ta'r ."
Sr. a or S .
Children C-jr
For Dr. Dcncan'h .Worm Syrup it is
sure, safe, and pleasant to take, and nev
er fails. Try it.
Sr-EfccM or M. M. Bright. On Tues
day evening last this gentleman, ac. 5rd
ing to previous appointment, which svas
made at the soliciuuiou of ma.iv cir'zens
of Jackson, addressed a repre:entative
crowd at King's Opera House. Several
ladies were present, who seemed much
interested in the speech, and Mr. Biight
thanked them in fitting terms for the
compliment conveyed by their presence.
We shall not attempt l full report of the
speech of Mr. Bright. His arraignment
of Grant aud his exposure of the cor
ruptions of his administration, was sim
ply excoriating, and iVom ihe frefjue.it
it, !!:. use ou the pa t of the audience, it
was relished iu a high degree. Mr.
Bright has ipiiie a.i original Il.nv of
spjx-h, and uses m.i iy quaint and pecu
liar llgtnes some of them not i.i the best
taste, yet liiey usually sl.-:We Jio public
ear, uitl provoke a ve.y la gi- smile. Mr.
B ight showed himself tho. ough'y pos.
e.l on tlie political situation, aad ful'y ta
p.ili'.e of making a telling and vigorous'
campaig-i speech, which wi'l do good for
TiLlcii, Ileadrii-Ls .id rt-for.u. He spoke
over an hour rud held his audience wel?
ia hand to the last, and at his elo.e was
g.eeteil with great applause. It is un-de.-stiMKl
that Mr. Bright will tielive.- bis
speech at other poiuts duii.i the can
vas. Mr. Bright has cve. y reason to le
proud of his speech and his leceptiou at
the hands of our cltizuu-i.
COAL! COAL!!
I am now prepared to fill your coal
houses with best Kentucky coal at $5 00
per ton, and Pittsburg at $7 00.
JAS. II. LONG.
sejt. lli, 1S76 It
For Sale. An elegant ami bran new
piano for sale, at a bargain. Inquire of
J. G. Cisco, or B. J. L., at this othee.
A Kake Chance tor a Bargain. A
number one second-hand seventy saw
Eagle Cotton Gin for sale. A bargain
will be given to any one wishing to pur
chase one of these valuable Gins, almost
as good as new. For particulars apply to
J. T. McCL'TCHEX & CO.,
sept 2-2 iu Jackson, Tenn.
"A Thfno ok Bk.utv, Ac." The old
saying that "a thins; of beauty is a joy
forcver," has Ix-en fully settled by Mr.
Ink Lewis, w ho has l.itely retitteti, and
liirnished elerruntly the iiom under the
W big A Tribune t.ilii e, us a saloon. The
location is ex.-elienr, (just farcuough out
of the way to be in the wayl, and the sa
loon is a 'perfect little gem. Mr. Lewis
thoroughly understands his business,
and will spare no expense to furnish his
custoimvs with the b.s;. The choicest
and most costly, wines and liquors, also
tobacco, cigars, ttc. !te.. will always be
on hand, to please the tasto of the most
fast.dious. Remember the place, then
call and be happy. july 2:-3m
Grlii'i I'ur aiahina; Gaods,
To suit f uiost fastidious, vt the
LOUISVILLE CLOTHING STORE.
Slap that Pain
With Dcncan's Rheumatic Liniment
used internally and externally. Good
for man arid beast.
A Little Novel. She wasplumpand
beautiful; she was fair as the dark-eyed
daughter of the Oriert or a peri of the
weird, mysterious deep. He was a very
small, slim-legged creature, with pedal
cxtrr-iities more like claws than feet,
aud his head rcsemb'cd the helmet of a
Knight of Pythias. She was sensible
that he was always about her, though
she seldom saw him. He was wild aud
active and stopied at all sorts of places.
She fairly hated the toriner.ting rascal;
and yet she was determined to catch him.
When did a pretty girl fail to catch one
that was so fond of her? She had pulled
off her sort sandal a-id and the nest
thing thereto. T?-ii!iig 1'ie same In both
haads, she seied a iitiie black some
thing that was sticking thereto, she got
it between the lo-oad sides of the nails of
her two thumbs, she p.-esseu those naiU
quickly and firmly to-rcclicr, and a ecti
liar sound, such, reader, as you no doubt
remember to have otien heard ciose to
vour head in childhood, broke t lie silence
of the beauty's chamber. She had caught
him at last aad he wa rfti.'
Terrific Explosion. On Monday Tatt,
exactly at the hour of noon by our c'ock,
the boiler of J. F. Lathaai'a flouring
mill, ou Lafayet-e street, in this city, ex
ploded with a loud report and great con
cussion. The engine aud mil! were ut
terly demolished. A more thorough
wreck was never seen. Three persons,
all colored, were injured : Bedford Pyles,
who was in charge of the engine, and
who sat on the ra!'.road track, some fo. ty
fcet from the boiler, at the instant of the
exp'osion, was svruci in the head with a
brick a-.'d Ovherwise severely shocked and
Injured, a log having fallen upon him,
and though not dead as we write, (11 a.m.
Thursday,) it is said, will die from his
wourds. Jesse Nelson, au employee of
the Conger Bros., at the! planing mill,
and who was sitting near by, waiting for
h:s wife to brirg his dinner, was so hor
r.b.y mutilated by the Tailing timbers,
his sull bioken and his brain exuding,
that he died o. the fo'lowi lg day. A
boy was severely scu'iled, hut is now ia a
fai.- way of recoveiy. It bciu;; th din
ner hour, an.'! there bi 'ng but few per
sons near the mill, not a single wliiiu
persoa was harmed, though several made
very narrow escape. Mr. Join l'rewett
was sittiug in the back doo:, and the
mill falling ia the opposite di-ection was
all that saved him. An adjoiai.ig house
ia w hich Mr. James kiigor reyiues, was
bespattered w ith water and loud, a ;o:
tion of the ImiUoiu wtatherboardiag car
ried away; and a par. of re ti.-e-box
was huried with iaealeuiaole ve-oci.y
through one of tne rooms, smasai lg and
entering a window and goiug oat at an
oppslte door; Mrs. Conger was near to
the window at the time, but fortunately
escaped without any iajury. The large,
20-foot boiler at first rose tw caiy or thirty
feet in the air, then fell to Jie earth, and
rebouudiag, sailed away, and slopped iu
the backyard o. Mr. GoodeU's residence,
some twenty yards distant from the
starting point. A 50-pouud fragaieat of
the boiler started toward the residence of
Mrs. Hughes, a quarter of a mile off, aud
succumbed to the attraction of gravita
tion but a short distance from that house.
The shock of the explosion was tremen
dous and houses nearly half a mile off
shivered as if shaken by au earthquake.
No one can state with certainty the
cause of the disaster. The boiler and
engine were bought, new, of Messrs.
I. it E. Grecnwald, Cincinnati, and had
been In use only about five months. It
may be that the explosioa resulted from
I the incompetency of the engineer. It is
j rather hazardous tp trust a negro with
: steam iower. Not oue negro in a hun
dred is well instructed and fairly under
stands the business. Life tuid property
are saved by employing w'.:;e raca.
We have i:ot heard any estimate of the
loss by the der.tructlon of this tine mill;
but suppose i: must lit- six or spyen thou
saad dollar-, at least.
THY
Dr. Di NCax'a SO cent Hair Dye
oat and best in market.
cheap-
List of advertised letters remaining in
the Jackson post office for the week end
ing September ISth, 187G. If not called
for ia 30 days they will be sent to the
deaJ letter office.
A B
Banks, Andrew
Itoyce, Laura M
Burk, W. II.
D
Douglass, Cornelia 3 i
JJurnell, L.
E
Ellington, Silas
II
Haskle, Jackson
Harris, W I
Hicks, Annie
Hodge, Thllip
S
Sanders, Charles
Andrews, M N
Armour, Salllc
Ayres, Taylor
C
Caldwell, Douglass
Casey, Mary
Casey, Susie
Clark, Eliza
G
Good.Philia
M
Miller, Sallie
R
Richardson, Mr.
W
Waite, Mrs M.
. Jllia'P
CONGER'S PLANING H1ILL
CONGER BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Doors, Sash, Siding, Ceiling,
FLOOR. NC, MOULDING,
llrackcls. Palings, AVell-Ciubing, Etc., Etc.,
Krjit i onilniitlv oil Hand and Ftiriii-hed to Order.
We have New and good Machinery ami employ none lint the very cikiut-u
WE GUARANTEE. ALL OI It i OlEk.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES!
tpSi-KCiAL Attention til vix to Ordkks bv Mail. p.'n
JAMES O'CONNOR
IS NOW RECEIVING HIS
FALL AND Ml DRY GOODS,
HAND -TVCAPHJ
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Wklcta for Style, Lhirattitlty ihI Cheapness in price, will tual njf Work in thi Market.
Cassimeres, Jeans, Domestics, Etc., Etc.
GOOD AND CHEAP
-W
M. HIS FRFSCH CALF, B5 TOE (iKXTS- BiKiTH ASO 9HOFS ARK M APE
A. aai .'a. la H Ltu, ipfn ariaalf a
p. jaiiks
pl3 .lei
Tennessee Elver ws.
T the E'lit'ir of thK Whig ami Tribune:
As my corner bat been empty for a few
weeVs, I will drop you a few "jottings by
the way." This busine?s of item hunt
ing Is like every oilier business, it ia
sonieu.nes dull, and during the pact few
weeks it has been unusually dull. I not
long since attended a mass Grange meet
i.igat Gilchi-Ut's church, in McNalry
county, the object of which was to take
steps looking to the consolidation of Au
amsville, Gilchrist and Ciucinnatu.s
G ranges. The meeting was addressed by
Messr. J. G. Combs, Anderson, L.San-
ders, T. F. Sanders, C. A. Combs and oth
ers. Their s oeechea indicated that there
Is life in the bones of the dust-brown
sous of toil, aud that they are fast learn
ing to think and act Independently. The
farmers need light, and I am 'iroud to
know they ara bending their effort iu
the right direction to receive It li'i abun
daiit and wholesome quantities. I hope
they will bask In a perfect flood-tide be
fore they grow much older. Their Intel
lectual powers have slumbered long
enough. Let them rally their sturdy
host under the watch-word of onward
and upward, and they- will toon, have
cause to rejoice In the elorv of their a-
hieveuieuts. I intended to publish a sy
nopsis of the speeches delivered on the
occasion referred to, but And that I can-
iic do so in my limited space, without
doing thciu injustice.
Hon. A. W. Storall has returned from
the Senatorial Coavenlion, held at Deca-
u.-ville ou the IGtli last. He reports
that after thirty-three ballots hjid been
taken, the Convention adjourned, with
out making a nomination. The 0th of
October a Convention will be held at the
same place for the same purpose. The
counties composing the Senatorial Dis
trict are 'requested to instruct, through
Conventions, on the 1st Monday in Octo
ber. It is hoped that the matter will be
duly considered and a la: ge attendance
ntthecou. t house on that day. At this
pa. tic ular crisis we need men of large in-
foimaUoaand experience in the legisla
ture. G ave nuesUons, involving the
honor of the "oid Volunteer Slate," will
be decided at the next meeting of the leg
islature. The financial nuestion. in
which every man and every individual
of the Slate is iuvoived, will then be dis
poseu of, and a settled fiscal jwlicy for
thefutu.e will a adopted. We should
send men of "big' laKis a. id broad ideas.'
If this be done th State, and all its aial-
tifoiui Interests arc aafe. But first, and
highest of a'l, let us have harmony In all
things.
The school at Montezuma opened its
fall session with an attendance of sixty
puoils. I learn th't the number has in
creased :o eighty, with a prospect of lar
ger attendance. The Purdy school was
organized two weeks ago with a liberal
patronage. -" ' '
The road from Bethel Springs to Ad-
msvillc is in a desperately bad condition
ii many . places almost Impassable.
There is no ueiessity for such a road.
Overseers should be compiled to carry
out the law ia the matter.- Last Friday
and Saturday this rond was worked from
one mile west oi Adamsvil'c to the Har
din county I ne, a dsince of i wo miles.
The road was placed in excellent condi
tion, for which iir. A. J. Mitchell is just
ly due our liiniikx. The county needl a
few more such uic.i to act as road over
seers. The prospect of a good Fair, and a
large attendance at Purdy tnis fall, is
very promising. The track has been
completed, aud is considered one of the
best in the State. All necessary work
will be tlnished within a short time. The
whole aff.d has been, from first to last,
under the immediate supervision of Col.
Fiirvianee, wno lias fully demonstrated
hi- caput-iiiet to ilireci public enterpri
ses. Chamness and Mitchell will open a
Livery Stable at Pudy in a few days.
They are the men Ifor such an undertak
ing energetic, tasty, and lovers of the
turf. Tiiey will keep good stock, nice
buggies 'and other necessary appurtenan
ces ..f a first-class livery stable.
Ex-Gov. Hi-rris' speech at Purdy was
well received by all who heard him, and
full v met the highest expecations.
Whiie democrats acceplcd :he tru.h of
Iii3 utterances, republicans wc.-e not dis
posed to take issue.
- RAGGED EDGE.
September 19th, 1876.
-OF THE-
WEST TENNESSEE
Agricultural & Mechanical
ASSOCIATION,
WILL 15 E HELD AT THEIR Ul: tl XDS AT
. a
JACKSON, - - - TENNESSEE,
OCTOBER 21 25, 26, 27, li 28.
A LAKGE AND LIBERAL
Premium List Offered !!
tW We expect to
List.
have the Largest Fair ever held here. Semi for Premium
TH0S. CLARK, Sec.
K. 15. HURT, President.
9
EXCLU
Sttx c&J
IVE WHOLESALE
Oo.,
Dry Goois, i
i
White Ms,
Hosiery and Gent's Furnishing Goods, Etc.
296 Main Street - Memphis. Tennessee.
No, 154 Church .Street, New York. ,,,,,.3
MRS. SALLIE SULLIVAN,
Keeps Constantly on Hand a Fresh Assortment of
MILLINERY GOODS,
COMPULSING EVERY VARIETY OF
Flowers, Ribbons, Hats, Bonnets, Etc. Etc.
At the Very Lowet-t Rates,
Dress-Making Promptly Attended to in all its Departments
No. 235 Main Street, Memphis, Tennessee. arps-im
li. LOWEXSTEIX & BROS.,
242,' 244 & 246 Main Street, Memphis. Tennessee
Invite the Attention of close buyers to our large Stoek of
Sis, Dress Cools, Boats, Starts,
Beaij-Maie Garments, Hoisery, Gloves & Notices, Etc.
fepl6-3in.
WE ARE
UNTow Readv
-IN OUR-
NEW STORE
NEW
WITH A .PLE.II
STOCK
Al larjfly iocrnel fi-iltti- to trn-.-t tl..-
imMTirtf. ..f ntt fr'irl 'la .Merrliawl
want-nt IR V t.OODS Al OIION,
An cxatuiualiun repeciully Mjiicifj hy
Wm. R. Moore Co.,
:i!MJ 3nln Street,
r. a. n.... smi r.r ph-. li.i.
a-3111.
g. a: eckeki.y.
C. A.
II. .1. ECKERLY".
:HCKERLY 6l
WM. A. ECKERLY.
COMMERCIAL.
Cotton Market.
BEPORTED BV J. T. llVlKHEN CO.
Our cotton receipts up to this tiaie are
much larger than corresponding; time
last year. The dry weather has caused
it to open much more rapidly than usual.
Our receipts in this market will average
from fifty to seventy bales per day. The
demand is moderate with a downward
tendency. We quote our market as fol
lows: Good Middling., 9,a9'4
Low Middliug .9 (a9'.,
Good Ordinary 9
Market Reports.
Xoiice, lutuit rt!
Farmers having hor.-es. uinle- m- ikivs,
that are pxv and in bad hfaltll :iio appe
tite, hide-hoimd, should u-e Ir. I an an's
-k P""-.tr,.;, They regulate tlie bowels
and kidneys the het iii Try them
and he convinced.
Flour, per barrel
Corn Meal, ier bushel...
Corn, ' "
r.rnn. " hundretl
Hacon, side
Hams, pe.- It.
Lard, per n.
i oiti e, per It.
!i:Ce. ;h'i- !! .
X1-T.U-. per B.. .
Molasses, per gallon
Soap, per B
Salt, i-er barrel .
i ':i.i ll-s, per !(
r.u:;er, per tt
Eli-, Ier dozen
Coil Oil
Mackerel, per kit
Irish Potatoes, pe.- bushel.
Sweet
6 dOiaiO 00
. . . .Soto 50cts.
. ..30S35ets.
. . (75cts.
lJ'2'cts
IScts
. 1723cts
... aScts
.. I .il2ic
12--.. wl4'..e
75c" c l
oli
1 !HI
. . -Kt-.
-2Uct.
. locts.
50ct.
. ,?1 j0(.7$1 7"
tl tM
. . -'J-Jia "OctS
BROS.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
-AN I
o
rtt on ZF act
No. 336 Front Street, Corner Union,
Memphis, - Tennessee.
J. S. CARRUTHERS Conducts cur Cotton Lv-partraent.
ept-ai.
Cotton Gins and
SOLD BY
TAYLOR, BRADFORD
Presses
& CO.,
No. 30'J Front Street, Memphis, Tennessee.
BROOKS' PRESS, WINSIIIP'S IMPROVED GIN", IVae I So i r saxv
SHIP'S Hand, Horse aud Steam -Power Presses, Prices from $110 to f
W IX-
DAVID HAsTIXGs
Oox:
BOARD
$2.00
Per Day.
Corner Front and .Te- rs-.u. Street,
HASTINGS
OTTO CIVUSIN . 1-: -..
W. H. LANDIS.
c3x-ocl Hotel
w,
i 4 4 J5 L t? I ( r t-
BOARD
$2.00
Per Day.
Mi:ii-i;i
'ropri"t(ir
Ti wv.o--
This space will be lilled by the advertisement
of L. XA.VCl '.who will be found at his Old (Quar
ters, Sox. 3 and 1, Parker Block. Sorth Liberty
Street. Jfc is now East purchasi..; a lar?:e anil
elegant Stock of Staple and Fancy Dry (foods,
Clothin?;, Loots and Shoes, all of which will be
sol nt bottom prices.
Soutli-Vesteru
Bawl Mfersitj.
Jackson, Tennessee.
1: ext Session or ttf s Institution will cpea Montla j, Angrn&t 28ft, lb76.
:o :
Tuition in tli Primary Department $10 00 to I5 (Hi
" " (irammar S-hool an (M)
" " ' Gollejriate Department 23 tK) to ."to (X)
ltoard aud everj-iliin;; included except waslilnjf at $1(1 Oti to $14 ( 0 j . r uioutb.
. For furtuer iiiforuiation or Catalogue, Apply to
Prof! GEO. W. JAEIIA1T,
July2 tf.
Clinirin.ni of the Kaoultv.
PRATT GIN COiPANY,
MANUFACTURERS OK
Daniel Pratt Cotton Gins and Cotton Factors,
J. M. SMITH, rlanager,
Branch Office, 266 Front Street. Memphis, Tennessee.
FL H. ANDERSON & CO., Agents, Jackson, Tennssscs.
ORDFRS F1M.KII ItY AT FACTOR T FRICKS, CAIX AT CH'E OFMt'K AND HHF. THE
IIKAD lurbl inipruvrmrnl l'ffr but 1114.
IIFVOI.V
(SUCCESSOR TO JOXES & JIAY7;s,)
Xl.ot.il Doalor and. Jobtoor in
DRUGS AND fLlEDlCIWES,
TOMLIX'S IJLOCK, MAIN' STREET,
JACKSON,
X. II. Dk. W. Gilmf.k TrcKKR, a ?r:uluate
ot the PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT.
TENNESSEE.
ind thorough Irtip:ist has cLitrge
trliS-ly.
THE PLACE TO I!UV V 0 U li HARDWARE
THE OLDEST FIRM IN THE CITY!!
R. H. AIJDERSOH & GO.,
The Largest Dealers in the City In
HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
Marble. zed and Enameled Mantles,
Also Manufacturer!! of and Wholesale and Retail De:iler In
TI1V, COPPER & SHEET-IHOIVT WARE,
tlcatlnx mnA (kinir STTjVKK ol lfa moM ppro tl tyl i)wt 00 hand. AImi OKATES
tlca. iiutii Furuubiitg UtMMli iu ctHllei varit-iy ud cowpJeic BMorunent vt
The atteotibfi of Mechanic u pcial!y dirttrt to tb Urg aud carefallj !iu-J tmk of
IVT ecb.anics, "X" ools,
htA Farm en to 1b nrilcd AMortirent ot
FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
AGESTS rOR THE
Celebrated Pratt Cotton Cin.
ASUJ AGEVT8 FOB THK CELEBRATED
STUDEBAKER WAGON.
Il.rJ.ar.. t'il!lTT an.l Airrirallaral Drpanmml. 50RTII SIDE OP THK VFBUt' SQf ARK. Tin II...
ufaculorjr, Mvr. llouorhuid FunilplniiK Guo.li, Ulau an4 Qnmiawarc, Kic, Kit., at K. U A.M'LKiO.N'H Oll
tftaod. t.u lb Corxt.T of
Clmrcli and Main Streets,
Jaclison, Tennessee.
C. K I.AMJIM,
II. U. liLM.M-.l-U
LANDIS, BURNELL &
Kaanlactui.n .1 ail ta talt Stjle. of
CO.
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
T x"ixx fr vv agons.
AU Efpnni. m their tin. done at leaaunablc ial and in workmanlike maancr.
Lll Worli. "Warrantoci.
LATEX K. 1-OKClI. rM. S. DUDLEY.
L.
B. PORCH &
CO.,
General Commissiou Mercliants
-AS l-
Manufacturers'
173 West Main Street
Consi"iimenU of IWucc of all kiud elicited.
nts
Louisville, Ky,
seidG-tini.
DAVIS. TKABLE A Co.
Whol...I. Drr Gcd5, 19 and ll n R'rr-r
M. II. WRIGHT, Manager.
I.al. ( .M ;:!!. Wr:hl 4 Sander.
TRABUE,
DAVIS
&. CO,,
s
.N 1
Commission
BAGGING.
:;U an.l M
IVj.V'T-'ii-'ti'-i.T" ' t'. i
TWINE
,-i, tir vr. Kisrt.xl.
fflerchanis,
:alki. in
AND IHGN-TIE3.
Mid Xintli, Lfiii-viif K y
auicut i ..?!.ni-t:- ep!6..i.

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