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SATURDAY, DlXUMDril 27, 1SS4.
.OVER THE STATE.
The meanles is still raging nt Dree-
The Tennessee logUIuture will meet
on ihs first MonJiy in January.
A raloulrttion btwd on the Nveiu
her vote j:ives i;ihville 03,800 icp
George II. Welch, for ten years
publisher of the Hartsille Sentinel,
hna ceased his connection with that
The State Teachers' Institute will
meet at Nashville, December 29th
and continue to the 31st. An inter
esting programme has been arranged.
Bill Morrow, another of Moutgon
erj county's muidcrers, has been con
victed of murder in the first degree,
and will hang probably after the su
pre me court passes on his case.
Tlie Jackson Tribune aud Sun last
week was full of "Sam Jones's" big
revival in that city. lie has done a
wonderful work there nnd many of
the oldest sinners have reformed.
N. O. Wallace announces in the
last issue of the Fayetteville Observer
that he has bceu the editor and pro
prietpr of that paper for thirty-four
years, having established it in the
IIJ T. Price, of Greene county,
will send to the New Orleans Expo
sition au ancient claw-hammer navy
blue coat which was made in 1838 by
Andrew Johnson, afterward President
of the United States.
Brownsville States and Bee: Cor
respondence is now going on between
an agent of an eastern cotton mill and
one of our citizens with the view of
moving the machinery of a large cot
ton mill to this place.
The Dresden Enterprise states that
. Egbert Fowler, nm of J. M. Fowler,
a well-known citizen of that vicinity
has been pardoned out of the Texas
penitentiary. He had been convicted
of stealing a watch and sentenced to
three, years imprisonment.
y;.)On th2'Jd i-f May, 1879, Mrs.
oallie.jT. Robinson, wife of a colored
man residing tit Grand Junction,
boarded a passenger train ou the
Memphis and Charleston railroad ut
that station with a first-class ticket
lor Lynchburg, Va. The negro wo
man attempted to enter the ladies'
coach, but was prevented by the con
ductor, who forbade her going in that
car. ller husband, Kichard A. Itib
inson, entered suit against the com
pany under lh civil rights bill to re
cover 5? 500 damages. The suit was
decided in favor of the railroad com
pany in the United States circuit
court, and judgment was r;iven
against Iijbinsou for cost of suit and
20 attorney fee, an expens9 incurred
by thn company. Robinson appealed
to the supreme court of the United.
Slaste, widt h tribunal recently affirm
ed the decision of the lower court.
Robinson has paid the costs, but the
S20 attorney fee is yet unpaid, and a
mandate was received from the su
preme court compelling Robinson to
pay the 820.
Th Tennessee Press.
The Pres'uieut o f the Tennessee
Prtss Association has written letters
to tan members of the Executive
Committee aud to the other officers
suggesting a meeting of the Assoeia
tiou at Nashville about the 5lh or 6th
of January for the purpose of going
in a body to the New Orleans Expo
sition. The 8th of January is "Ten
nessee's Day' at the Exposition and
it is appropriate that the Tennessee
Press should attend in a body. The
Tennessee Legislature will meet' in
Nashville on the 5th of January, and
rtju'sesaipn two days and then
tALk short recess tc be present in
New Orleans on ths 8th, returning
to Nashville the next Monday.. Knox
Paters' Burrowe's Primers for sale
at this off ce, at city prices.
Points from the ISiennlitl Report to
the I. rijNI.it are.
Nashville American, 2Wh
The biennial report of the Slate
penitentiary, which will 1e tiliHiitteii
to the Legislature in a few weeks,
was completed yesterday evening,' and
includes some very interesting statis
tics that are a'so reli.v.de. The prison
inmates hm ?iow enjoying cxcep'i ina
lily good health, wliieh, it is believed,
is due largely to the improved ventila
tion. Tne number f prisoners now tin-,
der sentence ir 1,323.
NATIVITY CF PBIdOMEha.
Alabama, 58; Arkansas, 5; Flori
da, 1; Georgia, 60; Il inois, 13; In
diana, 4; Iowa, 2; Kentucky, 60;
Louisiana, 10; Massachusetts, 3; Ma
ryland, 3; Mississippi. 59; Missouri,
11; North Carolina, 37; New Jersey,
3; New York, 14; Ohio, 13; Pennsyl
vania, 3; South Carolina, 18; lexus,
1; Tennessee, 839; Virginia, 77; Can
ada, 4; England, 5; Germany, 5; Ire
land, 12; Isle of Corsi -a, 1. Total
Baptists, 99; Methodists, 51; Cath'
olics,2I; Presbyterians, 5; Christians,
3; Episcopalians, 3; Hebrews, 2;
Lutherans, 1; no religion, 1,138,
TRADE AND OCCUPATION WHEN
Artist, 1; baker, 3; barber, 12;
blacksmith, 30; bookkeeper, 2; brick
mason, 4; butcher, 4; cabinet maker,
6; cooper, 5; dentist, 1; draftsman, 1;
engineer, 7; gas-fitter, 2; harness
maker, 2; lawyer, 2; machinist 5;
merchant. 2; miller, 1; moulder, 8;
painter, 17; printer, It railroader, 3;
saddler, 2; sailor, 1; salesman, 1; ahip
carpenter 1; shoemaker, 16; stonema
son, 5; tailer, 3, teacher 1; tinner, 2;
varnisher, 1; wagonmnker, 5; no
The prisoners uuder 21 years of age
arc ns follows: Coal Crei-k, 27; main
prison, 54; Tracy City, 102; Inman,
45; Spencefarm.S; total, 236.
There are 279 married convicts, 35
widowers and 1,109 single. ,
There are 405 white convicts eta
tioned as follows? Tracy City, 73;
main prison, 224; Inman, 40; Coal
The colored convicts number 918.
i Ot' the entire number there are 47
who have life sentences, of whom E i
Bidding, colored, has been in longet
having served 17 ye.irs. Sam Ann
strong, colored, of Davidson, has sen
tences that aggregate 46 years, which
is the longest term outside of the life
The 'Daily World, Nashville, has
commenced the publication of seven
papers per week. The price is, by
mail postage paid. One month 75 cts,
three months .00, six months 84.00,
twelve moots 88.00. This addition
in number is made to enable all clash
es ot people the opportunity to keep
well posted in the news of the day.
The world has its own telegraph wires
and operators; is a bright, newsy, pro
gressive paper, and will be found an
addition to your household.
The Nashville Banner
The management purpose taking
systematic, measures to improve the
Weekly Banner in every respect aud
to make what, is already one of the
best weeklies in the state, one of the
very best papers in the whole country.
Especial attention will be given to
crop and market reports in order to
furnish its readers with the fullest
and most accurate information con
cerning matters of interest to farmers.
A weekly review of the markets will
be given, including every Hem of
commercial interest and particularly
all information referring to live stock,
grain, hay and general farm products.
In addition to the market review, will
be published many timely items of
interest to farmers, which, taken to
gether, will enable country readers to
keep at all times thoroughly informs
ed upon matters of such moment to
them. The paper will continue au
independwit, non-partisan journal
giving full aud fair reports of all po-
litical matters, and current news of
the day. All who favor an uatrani
meled nn'poken newspaper, are in
vited to send for sample copies, to be
come subscribers and aid iu giving
sueh a journal a still more extended
circulation. Terms: One year,
six months 50 cents; three months,
35 cents. Lileral commission to
agents. Address Nashville Bauner
Young man, the first thing you do
after you marry, carry your bride to
Weakly & Warren's furniture ware
rooms, Nashville, aud allow her to
select what she wants. Your mar
ried life will then i hitri'i'e. and v.'i
w'!! liv l -Mf -i
MEMPHIS & C.HCii.'i.ATI
PACKET C03LP NY.
ST AMRI :
.f A M K S W.OAFF, A N TY HAT'M.
CONS .MILL K it . VINT SHIXkl K
O Bl CKl.TJ. ft r ATE. I
Leave every Tttesilnyaml Friday for Cairo. Lou
isvile and Cincinnati, connecting at Cin
cinnati with railroads and stininert for
KASTEKN. NORTHR'W AND WE8TKB
riving through tickets to all points Chirauo
Toledo. Hull nlo, Richmond, .New ork, Wnpti
intttun City. Philiii)elihia ami l!o-ton. Kn si
North and Western tourists wil I find La Hell
River route sate, delightful and economical .
Hate by this lino cheaper than any other
flr.M-class route. Meals and stateronma free.
JinKKOue checked through.
Fasten iters can rely on a splendid trip by th Ii
line. . ae steamers are all first-class, havini
been titpressly built for the accommodation nl
MrEach teamerijarries a full.ttringbacd
J 13. FRANKLIN, Passongcr Agent.
R. W. LIGHTBURNE,
General Freight A Ticket Agen
No. 7 Monroe street, Mem tmi"'
FeedS Sale Stable
FRONT ROW, MILAN, TENN.
nAVIXQ located here, I am prepared to
furnish Saddle and Harness Horses, Ve
hicles, etc., on short notico. Also, a' lot of
gO"d. combined Saddle and Harness Horse
constantly on band forsalo.
HARDY A MAYS.
THE STANDARD COUGH REMEDY
V Vf" i l I " I
pijppQ Coughs, Colds, Con
UUllSLO sumption, Croup, Ca
tarrh, Influenza, Bronchitis.Whoop
ing Cough, Diseases of the Lungs,
Throat, and B'onchial Tubes.
IT LEADS ALL LUN3 REMEDIES.
Get the genuine from your Drug
gist. Prepared only by the
The most successful Remedy erer discovered
audit is 1'ortniu in its eft'euts and does net blis
ter. Hoadl'roof below.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CU?,E.
, New Villaee.N. J. April aith. 1S84.
Dr. B.J. Kendall Co., Kirs: X wish to ac
knowledge the merits of your Kendall's Spav
in Cure. My horse has had u large ringbone
and it has cot only Wen cured but the iumo is
removed entirely, so th at good judges of horses
are not able to tell which lout it was on. as I
have invited seveml to tell aud invariably
they get the wrong foot, not one exception.
Yours Ac, J- T- THATCHER.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
Beaver, Nebt, Mayl,lSK4.
Dr. B.J. Kendall Co., Knosburh, Vt. I
have nsed yaur Kendall's Spavin Cure on a
horse that has been spavined for ever a vear.
so that she could not work. I used a bottle
and a hall and it ouredher completely- I bad
a colt that was kicked on the stifle go that he
could not get up when be was down, and after
a weeks application of Kendall's bpavincur
he was well. Pleasesend in your ''Treatise
on the horse and bis Diseases."
Yours truly. UlllAM CULVER.
bend address for Illustrated Circular which
we think gives positive proof of iu virtues.
Mo remedy ku ever net with such nqaaltfied
tuoeees to our knowledge, for beast at well as
Price II per bottle, or six bottle for S. All
druggists have it or ean gel it for you, or it
will be sent to any address en receint of Drina
by the proprietors. Dr. 11. J. Kondell M Co.,
En'isbiirirh I " II". V t . ,
SOLI) HY ALL IMIUfidlSIS
, t - f iA kLuJ U'rl ji Ji IS f SL-3 I
ii ii y Jh-
1 1 Ii MnlSI
20. YE A PS USE.
Th Greatest sf".! Tr;rirh if ti9 Ajol
Iinsaol eppetitr, llavrcljcu "t;v 1'ab) in
the bend, with a. datl renati:m In the)
lnel rrr Tnlu nu'tf-r tlia ationlilcr"
blrdp, l ullness alrcr r.i'Ii.T. with adi
Incllnatinn tn exrrtian cC fcod-' crm'.inl,
Irrltnblliiyol temper, Low rpirltn, wiihi
o rcolingof hTiTi: irgl--tod eomo duty,
Vnrlupi, i7ziat-n;, I'luttmng at Hi 3
Heart, Dots) brlnrot'iA eyea, Ilendarho
over thn rigbt -yr, Krsti'nenree, with
titt'ul ilrrnms, Illp-Iilr col ir?d liae, and
TCTT'N JPitXS ar especi'1117 a1fp8(I
to such case a, one dnso elTerta siioh a
chnngii of f(iollnjrnMtoa"toniflh tlioputlerfir.
They Increase 1 ho pettt,nnd cause the
fvxiy to Take ois J-'lnli,tlmB tpe STstera la
nonrtshel. ami by tlu ir Tonlo Ariiou on
the lljfeativft. OrGrAue.Tevitl'tr H tool aro
GRAT ITAm or WniPKRM chanord to a
Glosrt Black by a sinrlo npulicntlon of
this 3m. It Imparts a nature f color, act i
instantaneously. Sold )y Dmgists, or
iPntbyexprpiMOn receint of HI.
Ofnce,44 Murray St., New York.
Th majority ofth ill of the human
body aris front a derangement of th
Liver, affecting both th ttomach and
bowel. In order to effect a cure, it i
necessary to remove th cauee. Irregu
lar and BluggltK action f th Roictln,
Headach,Siekne at the Stomach, Pain
in th ISaek and LolnM,etr., indicate that
th Liver i at fault, and that nature re
quire assistance to enable this organ to
throw off impurities.
Prickly A Hit lit tt era ore especially
compounded for thin purpose. I hey are
mild in thHr station and tffectlve a a
cur i are pleeteant to the taete and taken
easily by both children and adult. To
ken according to direction, they ar a
tafeandplratani cure for Dyspepsia,
General Debility, Habitual Con.
stipatlon, Diseased Kidneys,
etc., etc. A a mood Purifier they
mr tuperior to any other tttedieine;
leaning th tyntem thormighly, and
imparting neic life and energy to the in
valid. Iiii a medicine notaa
AH TOUR DRUOQIST F3I PRICKLY ASH S1TTEBS,
and take no other. PIUCX, 11.00 per Bottle.
ItEYF.R BROS. & CO., - SOLE PROPRIETORS
Bt. Louts axd Kansas City, Mo.
JURT WHAT tOO Anvil. VWn
WANT. Cut-off tool for
1 it rm A Homo
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f.0. t't.io. liti.fit.
Sold by b:ird
To introiiuce, 1
free to lirsr per
' wonwho fiefs in)
club of 4. Areola wanted. W r te for circulars
CUKNiiVANVIL A- VISH CO..
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curt of SeKuntU ImiMiom and Imsotonov hy ik outv
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MARRI REMEDY CO. Mf't CHEMISTS,
a sf atfcine. m ler atatsu. M
rsrsi3; nwq rtrwxm ii vt s " .
Ai-.u a.'l Jkious ODSJPUiUTI are relieved by taking
YftiSHTS VcuETAELE PILLS
VtrtMtU; Vq 3rblar frici 25c All SraggHm
80UTHERN METHODIST PUBLISHING H0U5
The largest Book Manufacturing Establishment la
the South. A full assortment of the better class of
miscellaneous books constantly on hand. Theological
books, and Suaday-echool song-books and libraries a
specialty. chrl,tlaM Advaoate.
General organ of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
South. Twenty pages each week. A pure paper for
tae old and young. Only i a year.
Eight periodicals for Sunday-school teacher end
schoUrs; different grade and prices; issued weakly,
monthly, and quarterly.
Catalogue of book and specimen of Christie
Advocate and Sunday -school Periodicals sent free
to any address.
fomnatca furnished on all kirrlt of Book and Job
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f p'emtid enr-nvin Tin" puMlontinn, f irnWJ-y-
a in'MtvaluNlii.-.jcyCnpei1ia ol inforinst ion wliicU
no prwn Fhnnl.l t vishnut. lti pnpoisritr of
the N-ikntiho Avrm.-is is such th itn cir
eiilatinn a.ir'jr enun that of sli other pll"M c(
its rlsnscnmhTnil. I'rice, $.'1.20arcnr. 1'. roivt
tnt-lnhi. BoM rT isll rewdealers. MUS.NIOh
fnbliuhers, o. Sil lirisdwa.T, In. Y.
S-ine...-inr (l:s..ori. inven I in.in S:nl t.ltc-il
Arsnsira a Mnnn C - T-.-rc
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the Prtcnt Officii, erd hi-vi rrepnrd
more tlu.n Cn Himdr' il Itioi.
pnej sppUciiiuin I'-r p ii-r.M to t -.0
I nitcd btnlcn sn-1 f.-ri i c n:n-: -.
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S"cnnng to (uventors tll'ir nc i.j i i t.
I lilted- Sttc, r-i.atla, Kllf-sd. I r.in .
f;rm.n n.t ol her f creir n cci ut ni-.-, (" -
psred nt short notice sniton rva.nn Lie term-.
Inf jrmstinn a tn obtaining t..t.-iil clictt
fnllr given without charge. H.md-books of
lnl..n.iinn aunt. free. rntucts ot)1am'-'l
thronuh Mima A Va. are noticed in the Bcientiiio
American free. 'J Be ailTaomae or surn umic ii
well undent omI by all persouawho wish to liepo
of their pntenta.
Ad.ln-ss M I'XN A CO., Offlee ScuutTUM
Alli-Wi-i. DG1 liroadnar, New Vork.
O'JRi Biliousness, Dyspepsia.Tcrid Livfr.
8iok Heaoache, Malaria, iNoiotiaTioN. 80111.
Btomaoh, Bad Breath, Vertigo, Dysentery,
Jaundice, Enlarged Spleen, Dhowjines3
A(--ter Meals, Ac, Without Qripimo, Sicken
ing or Weakening the System.
dose. one beak. price, bb cewtij.
Ask for BILE PF.ANH Tnke no Hubst i I nl e. Mai 'ed
to anr addmuvMct in Stain p. Solil by Irnitu;ita
and Medicine Dealers everywhHro. Circriiarh 1 Tie.
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levra lmporunt Uau belr
tiklrif treat'ucQt vlwewliero.
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HARRIS REMZDY CO., H'f g Chantltis.
8(MH Horth iota St., St. Loa!, to.
One UoaTH'i Tbutmekt, 3 i It bohti. t5 ; 8 uohtks. tl
:ilfe-IM, JtlvenHde.C-al. The dry ertraoU -
-o, I hroat, 1,00:4, full tae. K p., root, C(. ., -
"0 Pasjoa. Illustrated tn cloth and ails bln'.r r "
.coror , oataae, ar.i laer riivera 'It.lj - .
nt tn all th curious. ' ortlilf at or lociuJattirn r . .
t tiow, liirtreedillnns, tl(Vich,iiold avHrr fm. .
Rttn. Bnauly, Hai)ru-.a,nrr-innlrd by i
. w'.ioraay niarrr.vtio tot. trty. MdienlAid. i
, ..sar hrouahtboma to Ttm. t;.-nt aeated r-
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In aiiiniis y ft lis
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Clral aU. lv. laalltata, L,. at M. La.
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action to the Uwei
arid reltava all bil
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