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Special aivd Local.
UOBT. GATES, Local Editor.
MOBILE AND OHIO ROAD.
Pssscnrer train for Mo-
u b ll:5i a.m. liOT p.m.
Ex pre. train from Co
lumbus, Kt 11:03 pjii.
Kxpr train for to
luinbu., P.MMimr f rs 1 n lor Co- '
lumbu. Uy 8:30 p.m. 8:J p.m.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL ROAD.
p..uwm Train for
Humboldt. 3.35 p.m. 3:40 p.m.
JCi ores, train for Hum-
holilt. 7:06 a.m. 7:lfl a.m.
1 lieso train go no further than
Pat winter train lor N.
Orleans 13:10p.m. 1113 p.m.
Kimi train fr Mew
Orlean, 11:30 p.m. 1125 p.m.
M ! meetings Jackita.
J tcitsof LomiK No. 4 J. J. O'Connor,
W. Mj John O. Maon. Scc'y.. MetU 41b
Friday each month.
Sr. Joirfa Lopob. No. Xtt-L. T.
Llndsrv. vr.M.: I. N. Hall. 8w'f. Meets
lt Monday 3ch month.
.iNTO! R. A. CHArntR, No. 9. R."
I. Cluster. It. P.: Jan. O'Connor, K-: J. H.
Chappell. S. Meets 3d Friday each month.
Jimunx COCKCrr,. No. IS, R. 3. M.
Si . W Jones. T. T. O. M. J. R. Chan-
nell. Itemrder. Meet 4th Monday each
I. O. O. F.
M AMBON I) now. NO. 16. W. M. Puna
. si i W K. IjncsKter. V. Gi J. T.
Stark. R. M.S. Neeir. I. 8 l. Hump.
ton,T. MeeU every Thursday night.
Stark Encampment, No. 10. R. R.
rvi.Mi.il. Ch. Jno. L. Lancaster. Scribe.
MrHii every 2d and 4th Tuesday, each
Sons of Temperance.
.Isckson Division, So. 83, Capt. M. Cnr
blt, W. Pj meU every other Taesday
nlirht, at Temperance Hall, opposite the
Methodist Church. '
Sa. O'Connor, R. S.
Friends of Temperance.
tuoOU lcllof the Fnende of Temper
an, Rev. 1. A. HaYB, Preaident, meeta
every other TuedHy night, at 7 p. m., in
E. J. BULLOCK, Secretary.
Catek the Rascal.
Persona from Henderson county, and
from various portions of Madison, inform
me that there Is a man calling himself
peddling through the county, selling Spec
tacle and representing himvelf as an agent
from my house, thereby selling a gTeat
many Spectacles, purporting to be of my
I denounce this man as an impostor and
thief, and warn all persons from having
any thing to do with him.
I will also stute that I employ no Fed.
dlers. K. II. Kelly.
Juckson, Sept. 2-tt
I have lost my ilne Pointer Slut, a lino
liver colored, handsome, Intelligent allium!.
A liberal reward will be cheerlully given
to the ponton who may return her to me.
THOS. C. IX)NG.
NEW FALL GOODS.
jr. W. GLASS & SONS
Are receiving Fall Goods bought ex
preniily to meet the wants of their Septem
ber trade. Full lines Fall Goods for the
opening of our various schools, for girls
aud boys, etc.. etc. sep2-4w
Staple and Fancy
GrocerUss and House-furDUuinir Goods
generally, ftesh and good, lor sale, by
Biig20-2t J. A. COLUXS.
PURE FRESH . DRUGS!
Prescriptions compounded by
a thorough Pharniacuctlst at
at any hour of the day or night,
at PENDLETON & KEITH'S.
Ring the door bell if closed-
The Ladles Friend Invented at
The Indeiiendent AVaabiug Machine on
lloekers. One hundred pieces can be
washed clean and hung on th line In two
hours, without wearing or tearing. Any
person wishing to try one can do so, and If
they don't like It return it. A Bank Note
can be washed In It and wrung through
tithe wringer and not In the least hurt.
County righta tor sale.
THUS. C. LANCASTER,
' Lancaster House, Jackson, Tenn.
Jackson, Txsk., Aug. 2. 1371.
We are prepared to furnish planters with
ml Wheat. Rve. Barley Ac; also the
ug20-2t CONGER 4 BOND.
China, Glass and Queensware
In irreat variety, direct from manufactu
rers' hands, and will be sold low, by
aug25-'Jt J. A. COLLINS.
Can Wax, Spenrs' Preserving Fluid, and
all kinds of spices lor preserving and pick,
line, can be had at Pendleton & Keith's
New Drug Store.
Go to Hoffman's
For cheap Stoves and Tinware.
Go to Hoffman's
For cheap Stovea and Tinware.
Mr. A. Tj. Clark,
Of this city, offers his services to Madison
and adjoining counties as Surveyor. lie
will also finish maps In any desired style.
Mr. Clark la thoroughly accomplished In
bis profusxion, having had the advantages
of a scientific education and extensive ex
J3 Pbyslctam'a PrewcripUone, net
anatter bar Intricate.' cemponn
44 at nil asan sf tne day nad
might, r centpUslsed and ttaer-
ngh Drug-Bjleta, la the naoat aeca.
rait aud reliable anaaner, at PV
BID DRUG STOKE. Every arti
cle guaranteed pare. OcL22-tf.
11. 11. Auderson L (Vs.
For Cheap Glass
..AND TIN FRUIT CANS,
Of Every Description.
july 1,1871- 3m.
Juckson Boot and Shoe Mauu
. !K. W. P. JA.TltS, bas - pro
vided bis establishment on Lafayette
street, up stairs, aign of Gilt Boot, with all
the modern improvements In the way of
tools and machinery, and Is prepared to
- do all kiud of work at Cincinnati prices.
IIisstok of material is large, complete,
and ot the most superior quality, and
aavthing In the Boot or Shoe line
ran be mauufjetofed to order on short no
tice. He employ none but llrst class
workmen, and bene guarantees all his
, work to be as represented. This is a
most worthy btme enterprise, and is so re
ducing tbe price of work that every one can
purchase drst class boots or shoes, cheap,
and hence deserve the line patronage
already bestowed by our citizens.
The Extensive Carriage,
ijuiiv. and fcpnn wajon
Of LAN DIS 4k BI R.VELL, are turn
ing out a large amount of first class work
every week. Their business bas vreatly in.
creased, and they will donM' In! com-
r.;icd to make a furth. r .' iLiwment of
th.-lr M.!i:-hi!ni. The r.-asou l obvi
ous I Heir IVork always irss
istaOiutt, Jlivl when IhrTselllO oni
i i n locaiiiy. thy draw the trade oi jj -t
suction. TUrir repairing depurtmeut i -I-o
on lliu incrcc, as they invariably (j i.-r-aulce
their work, and employ noue b
This establishment is a credit to tbe city,
and wo hope that It will continue to pro
per. Tbe citizens f adjoining counties
would do well to examine the work ot this
extensive establishment before sending
Go to Hoffman's
For cheap Stoves and Tinware.
Catch the Rascal.
Person from Henderson county, anil
from various portion" of Madison, Inform
me tliut there is a man calling himself
peddling through the county, selling Spec
tacle and representl ng himself a an agent
from my bouse, thereby selling a great
many Spectacle, purporting to be or my
I denounce this niinuan iinposior anu
thief, and warn all persona from hiving
' any thing to do with bim.
I will also state that I employ no Fid
dlers. ' E.II. Kki.ly.
Jackwn, Sept. 2-tf
A Fair Proposition.
I have enough Nambcr One IMtla-
a-nrgn Cent, now on hand, to rarnib
every family and business house la the city
rll the Coal they may want the entire win
ter, and am selling it a cheap as any man
can jell mat quality oi coai, buu iiciju is
on the wagon, aa I do.
Parties desiring to lay in turirroal forth
winter, can do o, or can make arrange
menUtobave It luruLhed them by the load,
ai they need it, at the came price it is selling
at now. riesse bear in mum mat you get
the beat Iiltaborl Canal, and you get
Jnst what you buy, an the yard Is so arrang-
od that a wagon cannot get in or out 01 me
yard, without panning over the acali-s,
1L II. HaMMEIILY.
Dickinson. Williams Co., Cotton ruc-
tors and General Commission and Produce
Merchant, 210 Front street, Memphis.
Xinety fuiir acres of heavily timbered
land within l)i miles of the Court Hons,
and adjoining Tom Robinson's Saw Mill.
Timber chiefly oak, cypress, hickory and
gum. Price, per acre, $ 15 (K.
Apply at the Post OrtU-e, or to Jno. .
Gut-, Ileal Kstute Agent, septtr
By advice and carneiit entreoty ttt our
ageut In Sew Tork, Philadelphia, Albany,
and other large cities, w have consented to
postpone the drawing of the Memphis Real
Estate Distribution until the 31st day of
October, of tuM year, when tho drawing
will positively take place.
FASSMOKE Sc. KUr FIN.
CITY AND COUNTY ITEMS.
It is said some of our farmers are picking
the new eotton crop, and that the lint is
The flast balo of new cotton was sent in
by J. R. Neely, on the lit, It was sold to
J. L, Lancaster lor 20)0. It was classed
as low middling.
Mr. Samuel n.Srolth, formerly a conduct
or on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, died
suddenly in ;Missouri, a short time since
from the effects of drinking to freely of lee-'
water while overheated-
Information regarding, or the requisite
facilities for obtufuing patents, can lie had
on application to
e. M. A O. R. It.
The weather, for the past week has had a
verv Fall-like feeling about it. A little
fire morning and evening, teels veiy com-
fortable. We trust this Is not the indicator
of early frost and protracted winter.
Major A. J. Hays, of Shelby, Is in the
city. Ho Is a mourner of the Agricultural
and Mechanical Association of Shelby
county, and a genial gentleman in "every
Fixe IVineh and Liqvoiw Served up
In uneiuTled style at the "Hole In tho
Wall," No. 21 Monroe Street, opposite Pea-
bhdy Hotel. Also a free lunch every day,
epicurean In every rwpevt. The lovers oi
"good things" should not fall to call at thin
saloon when visiting Memphis. ap.22-ly
Pro!. Larrimore preached a series of able
sermons In the Christian Church, of this
city, during the past week. Prof. K is a
brilliant young man, and bids fair to do
(treat good both as a preacher and educator.
We acknowledge the pleasure or a call
from him. Ho resides near Florence, Ala.
A protracted meeting has Wn In progress
in the First Methodist church in this city,
for a week past, under tho preaching of the
pastor. Rev. J. A. Heard, assisted by other
ministers. The altar has been daily and
nightly crowded with mourners, and sev
eral have professed conversion. lA-t the
good work progress.
Persons desiring anything In the line ol
Builders' Hardware, such as Locks or every
description, Hinges, Gate and Door Latches,
Sash Fastenings, Ac, Ac, should call on C.
T. Bates, who has tho Largest and most
complete stock ever brought to this market.
He also keeps Sash, Doors, llliuds, Mould
ings and Brackets constantly on hand.
Tbe track of the Mississippi Central rail
road, between the upper and lower depots
In this city, has become the most popular
and frequented walk lu the city. Why Is
this thusly? Is it because a suicidal-inclined
Frenchman scattered some gold coin
alonz the track a few nights ago? We
pause for a reply.
The various schools of our city, adver
tised In our columns, will open during the
coming week, for the Fall and Whiter ses
sion. They are West Tennessee College;
Memphis Conlerence Female Iuatitntej.Bap-
tist Female Seminary: IresbyU-rian Uiuh
School, and the Academy -of the Iinniacu.
late Conception. They are all first-class
schools, taught by those whose time and
talents are consecrated to the work, and
rank with the foremost institutions of learn
lng in the South, lor thoroughness of In
The history of West Tennessee furnishes
no parallel to the mast crop of the present
season. All sorts of mast win be aouuu.ini
beyond precedent. Our old friend, M. W
Webb, brought to our ofllce on Tuesday a
white oak branch, scarcely a foot in length,
upon which there was nearly a hundred well
tilled acorns growing; and he informs us
that the beech, all varieties of tho oak, the
hickory, and all fruit bearing forest trees
are eoually nroliiic. Ho expresses the be
lief that fifty thousand more hogs than are
In Madison county could be fattened a the
About dusk, Thursday evening, as untie,
Overton, a well known colored peddler, over
seventy years old, was leaving town by one
of the back streets, he was attacked and
robbed by a negro boy named Isaac Trotter.
Theold man was thrown down violently and
choked until he gave up his money some
twenty dollars. Ollicer McAlexandcr ar
rested Trotter a few hours afterwards, who
having procured a marriage license with
part of the stolen money, was to have been
married to a dusky damsel in one hour from
the time of hisarrest. He will be turn.
over to Judge Black.
Mr. George Robinson, he of the triple
school, scientific butcher, etc., Is Uaily ex
pectins an immense ex from the Blue
Grass resrions of Kentucky. Our inform
ant says that he had a letter from a friend
who was personally acquainted with the
mammoth steer, that he weigh over eeve
thousand pounds gross. If you don't cre
it this statement, call on our City Tax Col
lector for further proof.
Dr. Lewis, the celebrated Chiropodi
and natlvo of Paris, France, where he re
ceived a thorough education, Is In our city,
relieving both ladies and geHtlemeu of
corns bunions and false nails, that eat into
the flesh. The Dr. has recommendations
from prominent citizen of Memphis aud
Browusville, who all testify to woudcrfu'
cures effected by him. Tbe Dr. can remove
a com In the twinkling of an rye, without
tho ; least pain, aud warrants a couijiU-te
cure in every instance. Weespeeiayj com.
mend him to the ladies of Jackson. The
Dr. has rooms iu I ho Kobiuson Ilousc, but
will visit private residences when solicited.
Let every lady who Is suffering ith a corn
or buntou give him a call.
One dark night in the early part of last
week, a tall and handsome beau of Juckson
was returning from a visit to the "ladye of
his choyoe," when he met with an adven
ture that may be classed with those of the
famous knight-errant who chiirgvU the
windmills. The town clock indicated that
it was not far from that "wee siua' hour
ayont the twal," the witching hour ' L.u
diii'hv-ir'l vv. etc, whru our hero was
.a:, v-i -.u '.;-..: U. cleared an ia-
-. I t-M' t"' -t- ' iut Mil! a- f-it us 11 U J)t d:d
roin:nl would cany Ki.ii, to the spot
nucute the terrible shrieks u:d groans had
cinauat.-d: Carried by lUa torce of his own
uii-uiculuai iisht into the midst ot a sere
nading party, composed of U-e finest music
al talent lu the city, poor Jours ( c dub our
hero with this unique name because it isn't
his) came to a halt. Ho asked pardon of
the sweet singers for his Intrusion, lie
"really bad betn iciaUken in the sounds he
heard." The Professor told bhn nottogive
b-mself trouble, and giving a signal to his
troupe the medley of discordant sounds
was repeated, when our gallant knight per
cclveu that the Professor was singiDg up a
tree, with rou-h bark on it; the bass per
former . was sending bis deep guttera1
up one gutter, tbe aito, from the house-top
was singing down the other, while the sci
entific tenor was singing across a knife
blade, in order to produce the effect of two
tenors one for each guttcnl prformer.
e inadvertently failed sooner to notice
tho death of Col. John W. Love, of Den
mark, on the 1st of Augu.L CoL Love was
ouoof the oldest citiens of Madison coun
ty, having settled where he died, many
years ago; and It Is no more than a just
tribute to his worlh, to say that he was an
upright citizen, an honest man and a sin
cere christian. He had bwn for many
years a ruling Elder in the Presbyterian
Church at Denmark, and the members of
that church, as well as of the whole com
munity feel the heavy loss they have sus
tained. He bad attained the full period
allotted to man on earth, and died full of
years, at the age of seventy.
There is a mysterious light that may be
seen any dark night on the western eave of
the Court House cupola. It can be seen
from a north-west standpoint on the
square, and at all hour of the night. Mauy
are the theories that have been advanced to
account for tbe appearance of the strange
phenomenon. It cannot be "fox-flre,' be
cause the wood is not in the least decayed.
Nor can It be the reflection of a lamp be
cause it can be seen after all tbe street and
private lamp have been put out. It is not
an iynisfaluu, nor a ri Auction from the
"star of empire," but a suro enough pale,
but clearly discernible cros-haied light,
that has been seen for years by many of
our citizens, and cannot be accounted for.
- The following ccntVe was appointed at
the August term of the Madison County
Court, from which to select a Grand Jury
for the Septcmlier term of the Circuit
Court, which meets next Monday:
DVtrict No. 1 J, M. Davi and L.
UtlD'V. " 5
District No, 2 M, Croom and Jonas
District No. 3 John Terrill and David
District No. 4 Thomas Bond and J. J
District No. 5 Rankin Wharton and
District No. 0 Geo. Williamson and Jno.
District No. T Allen Deberry and B. M.
District No. S W. T. Campbell and II.
District No. 8 J. 31. Weathers and Mar
District No. 10 Henry GV'iin and J. S.
District No. 11 A. R. Weakes and James
District No. 12 Wm. Blackmon and R.
District No. 13 R, II. Andrews and Mar
District No. 14 Burrcll Blackmon and
District No. 15 J. W. Hicks, J. W. Rob
ertson, Jno. S. Miller and R. W. Hull.
District No. 10 J. L. Fulgham and D. L.
.District No. 17 W. L. Gregory and W.
District No. IS R.N. McLemore and J.
Madison county Circuit Court meets
Mondaj, September 4th, and will doubtless
it-main in session three weeks the utmost
mit allowed the Judge for this county.
here are one hundred and twenty cases
t for hearing on the State docket; one
undred and fifty-nine eases on the Civil,
nd tiltj-fouron the Reference docket. Ills
lonor, Judge Black has a big task to per
form, but he will weed out his row, if luw
yeis, litigants and jurors will do their duty.
n nearly all the sessions of this Court held
siuee tbe war, much time has been lost in
summoning Jurors. We bellcte it was
uilgc Black who said that his presence in
Madison couutr, to hold Court, was sure to
ring almost all the ills that flesh has iuhcr-
ted to the futilities of those summonel as
urors. The county would have the popu
ation ot England it births were as frequent
all the year round as during the sitting of
tho Circuit Court; but then he supposed
that population was retarded by the deaths
that must occur in the numerous "very sick
families" of aforesaid parties. It is time
for every good citizen to do his duty in this
matter. The right of trial by jury ono of
tho hihsst aud nio.t sucrcd privileges ot
freemen will be shorn of Its advantages,
If tho "peers' of the land aro only to be
found among the "professional" jurors of
the day, who think more of the a day
than their duty lu rendering justice to their
fellow-men. If, then, you are a houschold-
r or a freeholder, etc, don't shirk your
duty. Answer to your name when sum
moned, and serve on the jury, If required,
aud quit giving frivolous or iabricated exT
uses. . -
Andrew Miller, Ireight conductor on the
Mobile and Ohio Railroad, was run over
and crushed to death by a passenger train,
at Columbus. Kv..on last Wednesday niht.
Miller was standing on th main track, with
his back to the passenger train, w hich had
list passed over it, signaliug his own train
that stood on a side track, to pull out, when
tho engineer of the passenger train
backed up on him and killed him outright
The noise of his own heavy train, which
was passing within a few lect, prevented
him from hearing that of the passenger
train. His mother lives in Perrysburg,
hio. Ho was one of the most popular and
efficient conductors on the road. Every
body Jiked "Audy" Miller. His body was
dreadfully maucled, his entrails disem
boweled, both legs crushed and broken In
several places, and one hand severed, and
other portions of his lody frightfully lace
rat ed. His sufferings were, however, but
of momentary duration. Singular enough-,
throughout the rough handling consequent
upon the entire train passing over his body
his lace was but little bruised, and retained
the placid expression in death which
marked bis features in repose while alive.
Ol exceedingly stout aud rotund figure, his
nature accorded fully with the even-tempered
disposition which so often character
izes such individuals. The best evidence of
the estimation in which he was hold is
shown in the fact that as the news became
known throughout tho length of the Di
vision, Engineers and Conductors, moved
by a common impulse, draped their engines
and cars with mourning streamers.
On Monday night last, a Frenchman by
the name of Felix Ladux, attempted to
take his own life while on the Mississippi
Central midnight traiu, passing at the time
between the upper and lower depots in this
city. He was on his way f.-om Chicago to
New Oriei ns, accompanied by his wife. On
reaching the upper depot he made some
frivolous excuse to his wife, and conctal
iug himself ia the water closet, began the
work of self-destruction by Inflicting, with
aruor, two tearful gashes in his throat,
several on each arm, and eue in the abdo
uieu. Tbe latter wound was six inches in
length, and doubtless would have proven
as it was intended, the finishing or fatal
stroke, had it not been for the interposition
ot a belt which he wore. AVounded badly
in both arms, the razor was dropped or
thrown to the Door, doubtless fromiuability
to inflict further injury. Stepping out into
the aisle of the car necancu nis wile, wno
quickly ran o him, and foilud hiin stripped
to the waist and Weeding proluseiy. -sec,
Elizabeth," said he; "what I've done," and
made an effort to re-enter the closet, but
was prevented by his wife. By this time
the train had reached the lower depot. Tbe
conductor removed the wounded man from
the car and lef him iu charge ol his wife,
and oue of the railroad employes. We vis
ited the unfortunate man Wednesday, and
found him doing very well, lie was crazed
with liquor at the time he attempted to
commit suicide, but was rational when we
saw and talked with bim on Weduesday.
Before commencing his bloody work he
threw out of the w indow of the ear closet
about seven hundred dollars in gold. The
fiiilowiiii; morning a negro girl living wih
ilr. Frauk Theus, found some of the money
Mr. Woodward Lancaster also found i t-.-.r-
lion. The amount found by Ihe gu l and
Mr Lar-fsf. r about or...- Liuidi-. -I and
, s;ty eK .i.u -. I lie gil l -ays sue saw a ue-
: iro Ui1. nt:;ir toe iraco. liiat in-innu pick-
n-. i-p -on - ,.t--jr wlunliu put in a hunt.'
I U. .. iin'f slit could only describe the negro
as liaviug on awtiiteu.it. Jlrs. Laid ux is
very attentive to her husband. A stranger
among the people where she haa been
thrown, not uy her ow n choice, is she not
descrviug ot sympathy and christian aid
from our cilizeus? Ladies of Jackson, here
is work lor you to do.
Railroad Scrip for sale at Bunk ot Madi
son. Call on N. S. White, Cashier.
Snbacrlptl sna Paid Sia
Mis Mollij Burns, Ap'l
C G. Clayton, Feb.
J. A. llarl-ert, Feb.
S,M. rovifl!, Feb.
F. T. i:ice. Nor.
A. F. Murrcll, Dec.
S. C. Lancaster, Jan.
A. lilack. May
Geo. II. Cuck, Aug.
Mrs. Xannie 1. Cole, Mar.
Jno. 1. Cond, Jan.
Mrs. Eliza Thome, Mar.
J. A. i'oza: Mar.
Jiio. Miller, Mar. 1, 1872
Real Estate Transfer Irons Aug.
1st fa Aapiit 31st.
i:woe'.:zi BY W. T. MCCUTHKX.
Cbanrery Court to Decree Jas Hicks, one
tow n lot, 1 1,70").
L B A J C frhelton to Baptist Church, one
J M MctU' to tax deed, M O Henderson,
five town loaf,
J M McRee to tax deed, M A Chancellor,
one town lot.
J M McRte to tax deed, Wm E Butler,
two town lots,
Jno J Brooks to E Mullins, 256 67-100
WOTarver toEJ Sleriwetber, fllty-one
Robt 15r w n to R F Brown, oae town
Chancerr Court to decree, A Britton,
town lot in Denuiurk,$M0.
J W Fu-wll aud others to J M Reavls,
town lot, t-luo.
A J Hays, et al to R W Hall, 1SI H7-1C0
W A Taylor to D A Janes, town let,
E J Price to Jno H Taylor, 94 a 1 Rand
37 poles, $1,417.
E J Price to J C Jones, 4 1 a and 13 poles,
N II Whitlow to W K Walsh, fifty acres,
Chancery Court U II C Spurlock, 101
F M Ballird toC M Alexander, 131 53-lta
Wm F Short and "iie to. Jaa M Boj kia,
County Court to Thos Wartnouth and
others, 137 it 22 poles.
W Ellington to W J McFarland, 2SJf
acres, tK'17 50.
W A Taylor to W T Boiling, town lot,
Jas JVaclx et al to John Irvln, 100f
M O Henderson, quit claim, to E Burke,
Ada Talbot to Sallio Tay man, town lot,
E B and J R Mason to B F Transou, 44
14-lu0 acre t,
Austim C-oodell to National Gas Works,
town lot K0.
Jas. Deberry to Peter Worrell, three
fourths ot tin acre 10 00.
A. J. Unys to A. M. White, 29 5S-1C0,
Hudson h Perry to Jno. Y. Keith, town
C. P. Polk to J. N. Whiteside, 120J
acres, ( 1,210.
Chancer' Court to J. II. Harper, town
The Chattanooga (Tenn.) Times
requests the press to "pass around"
ono John Lancaster, a printer, who,
after receiving kind treatment from
tho 'Times ollice, took a sudden de
narture from it. forgettinj? to leare
a Colt's revolver he had feloniously
appropriated. The Times 6ays the
same mail was cuscnarjrea iroiu iub
Nashvillo Banner ofiice "for obtain
ing a watch under false pretenses
from a lit.tlo boy, the son of the fore
man of che JUanner." me lime
finishes with Lancaster by saying:
We believe him to be a regular
thief, and do not hesitate to de
nounce him as such. Many of his
sort aro tramping about over the
county, Iviug and stealing, to the
detrimei.t of honest and worthy
printers, and we ask our brethren 01
the pre8 to pass him around, and
warn members of the craft and
others from having anything to do
The rascal was in this city last
fall, and one of the employees or
this office took him to hia house to
give him something to eat, when he
unceremoniously laid his thieving
hands upon the only $5 bill he had,
and decamped. He was arrested and
incarcerated in jail for three months,
and whitu the friend whom he had
robbed declined to prosecute him,
and ho was released from jail, lu
making his exit from that friendly
instution, he hoisted a coat belong
ing to Iieputy-SberiffKendrick, ana
went on his way rejoicing.
Tho Deuaocrtic Stato Central Com
mittee of Massuchusetts nave pub
lished i.n address calling for imme
diate organization for the campaign.
The address of tho committee con
cludes is follows :
For tha last ten. years tho duty of
Democrats has been to defend to
save as much as they might, both of
the spirit and form of our old Gov
ernment and to their efforts, un
questionably, it is due that so much
has be( ii saved ; tnat tne constitu
tion, tho very ark of our liberties
under tho laws, has not been utter
ly .subverted and destroyed. But
now most oi tne questions rrowine
out of the war have been settled-ta
ken from the field of politics and be
come matters of history. Let us
fully acquiesce, accepting the set
tlement as liaaL. Democrats are no
longer called upon to act on the de
fensive onlv. We aro again, as of
old, the party of progress and ad
vance. We are called upon to mate
no new departure ; on the contrary,
only to resume our old position to
apply the lasting principles which
have always been our guiding poie
star to the new exigencies and cir
cumstances pow pressing upon us.
It having been insinuated that Col.
McCook. Democratic candidate for
Governor of Ohio, had withdrawn
from the canvass ou account of a
too free indulgence in stimulants, a
Columbus correspondent of the Cin
cinnati Gaxette thus disposes of the
I have this evening conversed
with a gcutlemen from Steuben-
ville (not a Democrat) who is per
sonally acquainted with Cononel
McUook, aua wno nas no uoudi mat
thos tatements made by tha Colonel's
frienis are in porfect good faith;
that Colonel .McCook has suffered
from an attack not wholly unexpect
ed when he entered the canvass;
that it is cruel slander to charge it
to the excessive use of stimulants ;
that no serious mental affection is
eitht r developed or expected, and
that the Colouel will probaDiy in a
few weeks resume his appointments.
Soldier and n Statesman
The Hon. Thomas L. Cliugman,
of North Carolina, an old-line Dem
ocrat aud a Confederate Genera),
wrking to the Washington Patriot,
Tho Natioual Democracy, as a
living, progressive organization,
cannot iguoro tho great events of
tho lat ten years, it has to guide
it already the examples of its mem
bers iu several of tha States. Ten
nessee, v lrgmia and Missouri have,
to use the striking lauguage of Mr.
gkeeley, "bv ordering the fools
to the rear," materially impoved
their political condition. Those
who went heartily into the
the Confederate sido are Serally
not the men who have had most to
say on these points. Whatever dis
cuf siou and clamor there has been
in tho South ha"3 been chiefly made
by persons who were not cordially
with us, or who at least evaded tho
burdeus of the war, and have since
its close become belligerent. I scar
cely know an exception to thia a
mong the ineu who fought it out in
th iiekt. They are ready to ac
quiesce in such action as the friends
of constitutional government may a
dopt. it thou art a vessel of gold, aud
thv brother but of wood, bo not
hiirh-minded; it is God who mate in
thee to differ; tho more bounty God
shows, the more iiumimy ue re
jr. 31. X'arlter 3s Jo.
Will be found In the building between
tbe olhce of J. I & s. C .Lancaster and
Msj. U. B. Hurt, after Uie 1st day ol July,
i and remain there until the completion
their new building.
Important to jleclianics
WrsT Texx. AO. A M ecu. asocmtiox
Miller's Building, Main St. Entran-e.
Jackson, Tentu, September 2, 171.
PROPOSALS will be received unUl Mon
day, Sept. 11th at o'clock, tor the
construction of the following buildings, in
accordance with plans and speciflcaUous on
file in this office, viz :
An Exhibition Hall.lOOxM feet one story.
A Machinery Halt, 4x:iif.et one story.
A section or Amphitheatre Building
l-xa.' feet. ,
A Judges Stand, Octagonal and two
stories. , ,
Also for the building of 530 panels of B
feet each of post and railing lence around
Also for digging and curbing three wells.
One of them 6xo and the others 4x4 leeL
Tbe bids will be awarded on or bet ore the
l.'ith day of SepU, and the work must be
completed in accordance with specihcaUon
on or before Oct. loth. .
Also, lor thebuildin of about 130 lnck
piers, materials to be furhished by contrac
Bids to be made for each job eeperatelr.
Ail materials to be lurnisbeU on the
ground by the Association.
Bond and Security will be required tor
the faithful performance ot contracts.
I 'ay menu will be made on or before Nov.
t510- - in
Bids mut state what port.on. if any , will
be received in the capital stock of the As
sociation. By order of Board of Dim-tors.
Cha. W. Green, Sec'ty.
On the 1st ot September, 1S71, the sub
scriber took a "new departure" from his
former mode of doing business. Old. Trust
is dead, and on the night of the Slst f Au.
gust, was put in a big square box,, shrocd,
ed with several hundred "bad" accounts,
and buried out ot sig be-forever, tmdertne
door sill of my house. Not a drum was
beat, nor a tear shed over poor Trust's
grave. His place will, In the future, be
supplied by that vigilant watch-dog ot the
Bank of Tennessee.
The old and new issues of tbe Bank ol
Tennessee, and all other uncurrent money
taken at the highest market value at
Good bar & Gillllniid,
BOOTS AND SHOES
Hats and Caps,
322 1-2 and 324 Main Street,
(McCombs & Co.'s old Hardware stand)
63rTerms Four months, or 4 per cent of
We are now receiving our Fall Stock
the largest and most desirable we have ever
offered to the trade. We ask merchants to
call and examine before buying.
M. W. WEBB
la Agent tor Henderson county,
for the sale of Mrs. lluddleston's Salve.
Green & Dried Fruits,
And Produce Generally,
All consignments sold quickly and re
turns made promptly. Addres
MANNING & LONGLIY,
No. 37 Walnut SU, Clnn, Onlo.
July 1, 1871-3m.
GET THE 11 EST! !
Again in the Field.
" CLAKK & FULLER'S
Ambrosial 0 il !
CLARK, FRAZIEIt & CO-,
Clark & Fuller" Ambrosial Oil cun
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headache, Ear-
aebe, Tooth cache, Croup, Bronchitis, Dys
pepsia, Colic or Cramp, Inflamed Eyes,
Chronic Sore Eyes, Sore Throat, Diarrhea,
Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Piles, Sprains, Chap
ped Hands, Ulcere, Corns, Bunions, Frosted
Feet, Deafness, Old Sores, Sore Breast, Sore
Nipples, Scaldhead, Ringworm, Tetter, ane
all Skin Diseases. It cures dog bites, and
all stings and bites of venemous reptiles.
Also, Hog Cholera.
O. W.JONES & CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Memphis, Tenn.
t3For salo by Druggists generally.
For a remedy that will relieve and cu-e
Headache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Hysteru,
Spasms, Cramps and Pains aa quick and f-
fectually as the Nervine prepared by I.
Wm. F. Jones, Jackson, Teun. For sale br
Neely & Roberts and Pendleton A Keitt,
Druggists, Jackson, Tenn., and J. S. Fiel
der, Lexington, Tenn. aug26-3m
1st. The high eb aracter of its Professors.
2nd. Its course Is broad and thorough,
embracing the Law adapted to all the States.
3rd. Its reduction of the course from 15
to 10 months, thus saving much time aid
4th. Its Moot Courts, in which are past
ed and tried cases Involving almost every
known principle of law.
5th. The moral restrants thrown around
Many of the ablest lawyers of this State
have been educated at this school.
August 5, 1871-tf.
W. II. IS. O lover
lias returned to Jackson, anil proposes to
fill all orders given him in plain and orna
mental plastering. Aug. 5-tit
That unflinching democratic pa
per, the Brandon Republican, edit
ed by A. J. Frantz a man who
would as soon light for his princi
ples as eat when he is hunsrry, thus
"goes for" the folly and falsehood
of radical and bourbon politicians
in his region:
"Uncle Joe," we arc told, made to
the Kadical club on last Saturday at
the Court House a characteristic
speech, in which he said that if the
Democratic party get in power they
will at once repeal the 14th and 15th
amendments. We would like to
know now Bennett knows this.
The Democracy of every State in
the Union, 6o far as they have spo
ken upon these amendments, have
declared against their repeal, and
for the acceptance of the situation.
Did not Beunett know this? If he
did, his statement that the Democ
racy intended to repeal the 14th and
15th amendments was made with
deliberate purpose to deceive
delude his colored heares. If he
t know it then he is too igno.
ant for a Legislator.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT,
At a called meeting of Jackson Hook and
Ladder Company No. 1, on the occason ot
the death of Jno. U. Xegley, a member ol
the Company, the following resolutions
were adopted, to-wit
Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God,
In the dispensation of his wise Providence,
to remove from our midst our beloved com
rade, Jno. U. Negley, therefore
Ktsolted That in the death of John H.
Xesrlev this Company loses one of its brav
est and most efficient members, aud tbe
community a uselul ciuzen.
UrMlrxd. 'lnat we accompany his re
mains in a body to the grave, that we wear
the usual badiro ot uioui nin K-r thirtv
day, and that Uie Secretary be instructed
to send a copy uf tiicse rvsolulii-cs to the
f imilT of our deceased Brother.
Revolted, That the Wuw ad Tribute
and Jackson Democrat be requested to
publish these resolutions.
H. D. BUKXELL, 1
Will. U. UoosETT, Committee.
K. P. McAbee, J
August 27th, 1S7L
Near Mifflin, Tenn., on the 17tU of Au.
ust. 171, Mary Susan, daughter of G. W.
and -S. J. Oilliam, aged, ivrir, 4 months
and 21 days.
Deceased was a reiuarkably sprightly
child, dearly beloved by parents and
friends. Thin it it Is often lhat the bright
est flower Is doomed first to fade, on earth,
toe bloom anew and forever In heaven.
fn the 24th ult., near Denmark, Teun.,
William Chesb-rtield, aed 13 months, son
ot Adolphus and Ann Britten.
May the bereaved parents find comfort in
"We shall go borne to our Kathera-house,
To our Father's house in the skies,
Where tbe hope of souls shall have no
Our love no broken ties;
We shall roam on the banks of the river of
. And bathe in its blissful tide;
nd one of the joy of life shall be
The little boy that died."
"Western Methodist" please copy.
In this city, Sunday sight, 8 o'clock, of
congestion of the liver, alter an illness ot
one week, John II. Negtey, sjtxl about
Deceased had been a resident ol Jackson
about five years. His position a clerk in
one of our leading business houses, threw
bun daily in contact with people from
every portion of the county, and his friends
in both city and country were many. He
was twice the favorite candidate of a mi.
jority of the white citizens of Jackson, for
the ofiice of City Constable. Hi parents
reside in Woodstock, Ohio. He was a mem
ber of the Fire Company of this city, and
was a favorite wttk its members. John
N'egley was cut down in the full strength
of manhood, with no relative near to com
fort him in hi last moments, but his mem
ory will long be kept rreen in tha hearts
of his comrades, and be cherished by those
who knew him best for his true nobility ot
nature. ' '
r5 to Hoffman's
tl i or cheap Stovea and Tinware.
Seeond Hand Engine.
jr. 91. Parkier Jc CM have on hand
and for sale one of Duvall'a Portable
Steam Engines, ten horse power. It has
been running a Saw and Grist Mill, Lathe
and Shingle Machine. It is nearly new and
In good order, and cost 1230 dollars cash.
The engine alone we can sell for five hun
dred dollars, part on time.
Is a blessing vouchsafed to few. Even
those who have been lavored by nature
with strong . constitutions and vigorous
frames are apt to neglect the precautions
necessary to preserve these precious endow
ments. Indeed, as a rule the more healthy
and robust a man ia, the more liberties he
is inclined to take with his own physique.
It is some consolation to the naturally weak
and leeble to know that they can be so in
vigorated and built up, by a proper use of
the means which science has placed at their
disposal, as to have a much better chance
of long life and exemptions from disease
and pain, than the most athletic of their
fellows who are foolish enough to suppose
themselves Invulnerable, and act accord
ingly. It is not too much to say that more than
half the people of ffie civilized world need
an occasional tonic, to enable them to sup
port the strain upon their bodies and minds,
i which the fast life ol this restless age occa-
I sions. In fact a pure, wholesome, unex
' ciUng tonic is tbe grand desideratiou of the
buy millions, and they have the article in
Hotetter's Stomach Bitters. It is a stami
na! medicine, 1. e. it imparts permanent
strength to weak systems and invigorates
delicate constitutions. I ts reputation and
iu sales have steadily Increased. Comieti
tive preparations bare been Introduced ad
libitum, and as far as the public is con
cerned, ad noteun In the hope of .rivaling
it; but they have all cither perished in the
attempt, or been left far in the rear. It has
been the gre.it medical success of the pres
ent century, and it is quite certain that no
proprietary medicine in this country is as
widely known, or aa generally used.
Ten lightning presses, running incessant
ly (Sundays excepted,) the whole year
through, barely supply the demand for the
Illustrated Almanac, In which the nature
and uses ot the preparation are set forth,
the circulation now beiii over eight mil
lions a year.
t3rThe editor Berlin (Wis.) Vourunt
ays: We do not hesitate to recommend Dr.
Price's Cream Baking Powder and Special
Flavorings. We use them, none ether In
1 tur Tamily, aud tney more than meet our
expectations. For purity and strength we
never saw their equal. All article pre
pared by them are wholly free from the
offensive taste which the ordinary com
! twin n itaimnart. Be sure vou eet Dr. Price'
Spesial Flavorings and Cream Baking
ajTerry Davis Vegetable Fain Killer
possesses virtue which not alone remove
pain instantly, but regulates the stomacn
elves strength, tone and vigor to the system,
It Is one of those medicine which li worth
more than gold. We advise the good peo
ple not to try experiments by using the
many new Reliefs and Tanaceas but call
for theold reliable Davis Fain Killer.
Sold by all Druggist. septS-lt
Fruit & lotatoc!
Peaches & Irish Potatoes
Sales and returns promptly made. Strict
attention to orders.
J. C. JUDY & CO.,
luly 8-2m 712 North 5th St.. SU Louis.
THE BEST HOTELS.
We recommend the following hotels to
ti tr&vclins nubhc as the veru best In
their respective cities:
Locisvillk Hotel, Louisville, Ky.
Spkncer House, Cincinnati.
Pkabody Hotel, Memphis.
Bakxum's Hotel, St. Louis.
Battle House, Nashville.
Richmond House, I'aducah.
DR. J. BllADFIELD'S
"Woman's Best Friend."
WILL bring on the Menses when they
bave not been established, also when
they have been suppressed from unnatural
causes. Will cure Rheumatism and Neu
raliriaof the back and womb. Will cure
Painful Menstruation, and relieve the head,
back and loins or those distressing pain
ml aches. Will check menorrhaifia o
excessive flow." Will cure - Whites" and
falling of the womb, when it is the result
of relaxation or bad health.
It is as sure a cure in all tbe above disca
u Ouimne is in Chills and Fever.
Lauiea can cure meniseivea in an
aliove diseases without revealing their
complaints to any pwon, which is always
inortilyiiig u their pride and modesty.
It is recommended and used by the best
nhrsu-ians In their private practice.
For a history of the above diseases, cer
tificates or Its wonuenui cures ana uinr
tions, the reader is referred to the wrapper
around tne oome.
Manufactured and sold by
HUADr 1KI.1 Jfc CO.,
Sub I l.v nil Drusrinsts. Irice 1 30.
IST JEKLV & lioBRKTS, Agvnta at Jack
Z3 Brady's Bitters. "Everybody Takes
IL" Brady's Family Bitters are now the
most pop-ilar in the United States. They
are no humbug, as thousands all over the
United States will attest. Sue cards iu
other columns. ly
A. A. WHEELER,
Coaches, Rotoays & Bnips,
COUXEB, MAIN AND FIRsT ST.
Opposite Gait House,
1 TAS now en hand, and is eonatantlv
XX making the most complete stock of
Kockawavs. Barouches. Top and No Ton
Bugzies, ever offered in the citv? made of
tne oesi material anu wot amaiiauip, wmcn
he offers at prices that
Defy competition iu any Market
A. B. BATTZLLE.
J. G. BATTELLB.
Memphis Rolling Mill.
BATTELLE & CO
lar Iron, Bridge Rods,
COTTON TIES, SPLICE BARS AND
BOLTS, RAILROAD SPIKES, ,
Ofiice at Works on Wolf River in Chelsea,
t3 Old Boilers and other wrought iron
Scraps bought. marl3-om
A laro-e and well selected stock
Cutlery in Variety, -x Splendid
Builders' Hardware of all kinds, V 9 Extra
Carpenter s Tools, best made,
Agricultural Implements, of
most improved pattern.
I have a fine stock ol Guns. Ammunition and Hunter Apparatus, r lining 1 acaie, t mbj auu
and see my stock before buying elsewhere.
I am Agent for, and can furnish at any time, all kiud;of
Machinery Mowers and Keapers, Threshing Machines, Cotton Gins, Saw
lEItTG-IiTIES, G-RISI? TwTTT T iR, ETC.
Main Street, Opposite Court Square, Three Dw Selow my OUl Stand.
Sasli and Molding, Tenoning-, Mortising and Sawing Machines, and
Working Machinery, of the most Approved Construction, warrantee superior 10 any ia unc
W H. DO ANE, President.
GEO. K. FOOTE. MILT02I 8. EDWARDS-
Foote & Ed wards,
Attorneys at Law, Lexington, Tenn.
JOHS M. TAtTjOR. . L. S. WOODS.
Taylor & Woods,
Attorney at Law, Lexington, Tenn.
july W, lS7l-l2m
TIME TESTS the MERITS
Davis' Pain Killer!
rrIIS CELEBRATED MEDICINE HAS
JL won a deservedly high reputation as an
alleviator of pain and a preserver of health,
it h hoennia a household remedy, from
the fact that it gives immediate and perma
nent relief. It is purely a vegetable prep
.r. Had ms.le from the best and purest ma
terials, safe to keep and use in every lamily.
It is recommendeu Dy pnysicians aiiu ier
sons of all classes, and to-day, after a pub
lic trial ot thirty year the average life of
man (tands unrivalled and unexcelled.
spreading lu usefulness over uie wiue
world. Iw large and increasing sale affords
positive evidence oi its enaunng lame.
PAIS KILLER was the first, and is th
only permanent Pain Reliever,
sim the Pain Killer was tirxt Introdaced
and met with such unsurpassed sale, many
Liniments, Reliefs, Jfanaceaa anu outer
remedies have been offered to the public.
but not one of them Ha attained tne truiy
enviable standing of the Pain Killer.
3rWM IS THIS SO!l
It is because Davis Pain Killer is what
it claims to be, s Believer of Pain, lu
meriU are unsurpased. If you are uUering
trsrn internal pain, twenty to thirty drop
will almost instantly cure you. There is
Bothhsv fc qual U. Ill a few moments it
mre Colic, Cramp, Spasms. Heartburn,
IHarrbosa, Dysentery. lux, vtino in uie
Bowels. Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia, aick
Headache. . ,...T..
In sections of the country wnere r r. i-ji
and AGUE prevails, there is no remedy
held In greater esteem.
Price, 5 cents, 60 cents, and tl per bottle.
J K UARKH ft CO- Cincinnati. Ohio,
Proprietors for the Southern and Western
States. . ....
2TFor sale by all medicine aeaiers.
aar Kor sale bv Dr. J. F. N EWTOSI and J.
C PYBaS, Druggist. Jackson, Tenn.
VICTORY X VICTORY!
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM,
FOR TBE CURE OF
Co ii. ir bs & Consumption.
ThA RALSAM is recommended by phy
sicians who have become acquainted with
its treat success.
As aa Expectoraiit, it lias no EauaL
"ALLEX,S LUNG BALSAM 15
r ILK. 1 Lil A A XI IIJI Is-J w uv m. --
J. S. HARRIS i CO.. Cincinnati, O.
t'nr uie liv all medicine dealers.
For sale by J. F. Newton. J. C. Pybas
and Neely A Roberts, Druggists, jacit-
H. A. Bobtnaou tc Co., Louisville.
Jackson Cotton Market.
Middling 16- to 16J
Low Middling 15i to 16-
Uood Ordinary 1- to 14
Lower Grades 10- to 12-
Msmphis. September 1. The
market continues uare of Middlings,
with & brisk demanded. Prices are
firm but unsettled; factors are hold-
insr Middlings at 18(ai9c, aud Low
Middling at 17lic. Xhe high
rates aked are stimulated by the
demand and bareness of tbe market,
there beiug no transactions in these
(Traues euuiciciii, to uasc iiu. uuvu.
Middlings are held at 18(rt19c; Low
Middlinsrs. 17(m.18Jc. The market
closed quiet, with prices firm and
the market bare of grades mostly in
demand. The New York market
closed auict: Middlings. 193c Tho
Livemool market closed firm and
bouyant, with sales of 25,000 bales;
Uplands, 9d; Orleans, 9jd.
JACKSON PRICES CURRENT!
REVISED AND CORRECTED WEEKLY
The following list gives the selling
prices at the leading Orocery houses
Bacon, Hauls, plain
Sugar cured Hams,
Flour, 3f bbl
7 OiStj'J on
Lime, V bbl
Cement- V bbl
Sugar, Crushed and Powdered,
"Wlee A. '
N.Orleans, common, .
Collee, Prime Rio,
. H1 'X
Vinegar, ( voider)
Spring chickens doz
DrMxl Apcle, 9 lb
Apples, y barrel
Irish Potatoes, new
Onions V gallon
.2 0vi3 on
. tj 10
.1 H1 5tl
Freeh F ish .
Game Fish ft
Hide Dry Flint .
- " Salt ..
" Salt . . .
Leather Sole, $ 1
.4 0Kii5 00
. 3 00(34 00
1 HEREBY notify all men not to trade
for a note given by me to J. P Dyer, on
the ittth insL, tor the sum ot i-'i 00, due. as
1 will not pav said note from a just cause.
This, July 27, 1S7L
aug3t3t R. J. DYER.
of Hardware, Staple and Fancy, the best ever in Jackson.
J J ffe Row Points, Castings, Wagon
f?t ,r . ' ,
'trA'J Material, Iron, Nails, etc.
n? Bird Caires, Fluting fccUsors, Superior Kogers' Seniors ana jib xvnive, i lower ana J." - I
vLkets. Flower Standi and Trainers, Marbles and Pocket Knive, for Boys and Men. Call M ' I
AND JOHN STREETS, CLNCTNNATI, OHIO.
MAX UFA CT UKEliS OF
PLANEES AIJD HATCHEES,
(Send for Circulars.)
WEST TEXNES'B COLLEGE
REV. F L. PATTON, A. rre t, and
Prot. Mental nd Moral science.
B. J. HAWTHORNE, A. Prof. Latin
J. C. FETTUS, A. M.. Prof. Mathematics
and NL Sciences. -W.
H. tiLADXEY, A.M., 4'rincipal Prep.
Fall Term begins next Wednesday, Sept
TriTirtx. Preparatory IVpsrtmentjrom
tlO to f per term: Collegiate ltepartment,
), payable in advance.
Board, Fuel aud Lights, $13 per month
Our patrons are earnestly requested to
comply strictlv with the terms cash upon
entrance. ' PATTOs.
Malcin the Country, on
E. & DP. tt. TL.
TOARD. Tuition. Washing, Fuel, Lights,
M-9 per SO weeks, f 100.
H. A. CECIL BROS..
sept2-2m Ceciluan P. O., Hardin Co., Ky.
Slra f tsie Wtg Axe.
E P NEAI.E.
h it TAKWartu.
S O kXYDKM.
T H WEST.
NEALE & CO.,
Hardware and Cutlery,
ZHi Main Street,
. 3d door above tbe Louisville Hotel,
I.OUISVILLK HUB, SPOKE
And Wheel Factory,
'ulto.n, Smith 4 Co.,
Manufacturer of, and Dealers tn,
Hubs, Spokes, Felloes,
Bngy and Wigon Wheels,
Bujtjit Bodies, Shafts,
BOWES, POLES, &c.
Office and Wareroom, 320 Mala St,
between Sui and IHh.
Factory, SS Oraukr St..
XJT Send for Price List. sept S-3m
Valuable House and Lot
I WISH to sell the house and lot on which
1 now reside, on Roval fctret-t. opposite
the residence of Rotiert Brown. The house
contains five room. If not sold soon. 1
will exchange it for a small farm in the
Apply to me on the premises, or to rso
july li-tf. JOHN YOUNG.
SXRETARY' Offic. 1
WteiTr-NX. At,. A Mich. Assm iatii, I
Miller's Building, Main SL,
Jackson. Tenn., Aug. -2, 1571. I
PURSUANT to authority vested in us
bv the terms of subscriDtion. we herebv
call for Uie payment of a first instalment
or per cent, or f- Uon eacn snare suu
scribed to the capital stock ol the Associa
tion, to be made on or before the I.ith day
Owing to uie extensive improvements
necessary to make our first Fair the success
wa all desire, we must urge tbe necessity
of promptness in mis first payment.
Parlies holding five or more shares, may,
if desired, make it in two payments, the
first half Un as aliove, the second due Oc
Pavmentswill be made to the Tressurer.
John E.Ulasa at his office, who will givt-
receipts for the same.
lly order or the.noaru oi iir-ior.
C W. tiREENE, Secy.
J. M. KEAYIN,
- Titt, Copper & Sheet-iron Work
And Dealer in
Japaiinel ani Britannia Ware.
ROOFING AND GUTTERING don
in the iest style, and all kinds of re
pairing in my line,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Extra Stove Vessels always oa hand. All
goods and work warranted.
SIGN OF THE BIG COFFEE PoT, NO.
" 7, LaFAYETTE, STREET.
STEAP.1 MILL FERRY.
finilE attention of the public is herebv
X, called tft Uie Ferry on Uatchie River, at
Ingram's old crossing, known as the Steam
Mill Ferry. A mlUble boat will alwav be
kept hare, and a prompt and attenUve fcr
rvnian. The roads leatling to and from the
river at this point have been put in good or
der, besides, it i the nearest and best route
from Jackson to Mempnis. Those moving
West will do well to look to this matter.
ausW-im EDWARD MULLINS.
Steel Shovels and Sweeps,
every variety of Patent Wood
D. I LYON, Sec'y.
TUVALU Session begins September 4. 1971
X Tuesday Evening, 6th, Opening Ad-
urea oy w. f. Harrison. U. V., of Mash.
vine, and Concert by musicians of Jackson.
Charges al former rate.
Appl v for Catalogues.
jyay-im A. W. JONES, 1're.X
For Young- Ladies.
THE above institution of learning, un
der the Presidency of tbe Kcv. J. EL
Bright, I). D.. will oin iu lirxt hi.s
of 10 months, on Monday, the 4U of Sep
tember, and will consist of two term of SO
The course of studies shall be extensive
and thorough consisting of a Primary,
Academic and Collegiate 1-ailment.
Price of tuiUon made kvuwa on applica
tion to the Principal.
l ounic ladies can eirWT tor one or Dom
Terms, being chatv4 strictly from tbe tiaie
of entering, and pvK Tuition tees half in
A lull corps ol competent and experi
enced teacher are securvd and ready to en
ter upon their respective duties.
Kkkkues. Kev. t ilc.Nsir, T. and I.
Murrsll, J. L. H.Touilia, J. W. CampUul,
J. S. Miiler. Ham' I McClanakan. I Kin. Cam.
eron. Dr. M. S. Neely and Jno. A. Greer.
. OK THE
JACKSON, TENNESSEE. .
THE ACADEMY U cn-ier the charge of
the sisters of th Order of I khhi nio.
The system ot education Is the same aisUrat
pursued at St. Agnes, Memphis. It Is eve
rv way calculated to secure all the aims of
education moral and Intellectual culture,
refinement of niannam and physical Im
provement. No effort will be spared to
render the Institution worthy of au exten
The discipline of Uie school will be Arm
and uniform, while the strictest attention
will be paid to tbe health, comfort and
wants ol the pupils.
The course of studies ccupies all tbe
branches, useful and ornamental, that are
The Academic" Year eonsrst of two Ses
sions of five months each, thrt ti rat commenc
ing ou the first Monday in September; the
second on the first Monday ot t ebruary.
Terms per letla-Pyle Half,
yearly, Invariably in Advance.
The Board aud Tuition iu any or a!) of
the following branches: Keadinic, Writing,
Anuunelic, Liil'su Oramraar, Urography,
History, ithetoric. Composition, criticism
Principle, of Natural Philosophy, Chemis
try and Botany, Mental and Moral Philoso
phy, Plain Shewing, Marking, $75, or
f!, ai-eording to the age or class of tbe pu
pil, r or usv fSchoiars, tuition, sia, f joer
f ii. according to age or class as above
2a pupil ol tne senior lrkrunent niay
ex iect promotion under a year.
tug. is. i.s-im.
St. Agnes Academy,
FOR 10UAG LADIES,
rilHIS A-aleiuy for the educaMoa of
A young ladies is under tne superintend
ence of the Sisters ol ot. Isoimnic The
course of instruction include useful and
rnamental branches ol educaUon. Special
attention given to moral aud polite deport
ment. The school year commences on tbe
First Monday of September, and close
about the lat ot June. Terms per session.
payable half in advance, 975, $0, $yo and
flOO, according to tbe agreed class ot tbe
pupils. ar further infonnaUon apply to
or address tbe
augjo-lm SL Agnes Academy.
Citizens Gas Light Companj,
Oi Jackson i Teun.
IN order to trive Uie citi-n. of Jackson a
full opiKirtuuitr to subscrilieto the Cap
ital Slock of this Company, the Board of
inrertnr. nave reMtiveu to leave uie sub
scription iMMks open until the 9Ui of Se-
temtjer. Call uMn J. l . Keith or Oeo. I
J. W. ANDERSON, Pres't.
0a. G. Ut'oiirs, Sor'y. sujr-t;-3t
farm of i'tO a-r-. well
erowiu or the dairv luinr- ai-ri- in
-loer. I will m-II the whole -r clii. in
three tracts. situatel i)Z miles North from
Uie Court llou-e f Jj ksn. Come and
F. W. CAMPBELL.
Jacksou, Aug. JI. Il-lnj
In Chanrery Court at Purdy.
J.M-pb Cox vs. W. H. Armour, et al.
IN this cause it appears from complain
ant's Bill, which is sworn to, that Uie
re-btence of James Mitchell is unknown
to the complainant. It ia therefore order
ed by the Clerk and Master that publica
tion be made for lour consecutive weeks fn
tbe Whig and Tribune, a newspaper pub.
lisbedlnthe city of Jackson, commanding
aid James Mitchell to appear at tbe next
teim of said Court, to be held at Purdy on
tha first Monday In Sept. next, and plead,
answer or demur to complainant's Bill, or
the same will be taken as confessed, and
the cause set for hearing ex parte as to bim.
THOS. R. BECK, C. s M.
llcKiXXKr A Pace, Sals. aug5-4t.
State of Tennessee.) Kutzel A Mars,
( Vs fcOrig'l Attachm'L
Madison County. J Rufus Peterson.
IN this cause it appearing by affidavit thit
defendant, Rufus Peterson, is justly in
debted to the plaintiffs, Butzet & Mars, in
the sum of fc-fii 60, by account, and is ab
sconding and concealing himself, oris re
moving bimselfoutol the county, nrivatelv.
so th at the ordinary process of law cannot
be served on hinund an original attachment
having been levied on his property, debts
and effects, it is. therefore, ordered that
publication bo made in the "Whig and
Tribune," a uewspaiwr published in the
city of Jackson, Teun., for four consecutive
weeks,comuianding Uie said Rufus Peterson
to appear before me, at my office in tbe
court bouse, on Uie 2-Hh day of SepL, 171,
and make defence to said suit sgajnst him,
or it will be proceeded with ex-parte.
This 22d August, 18TI.
B. R. PERSON, J. P.
aug-Jb-lt far Madison County, Tenn.
Jaclcson and Miscellaneous.
It. It. It.
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Ir, On l Twenty Kliauic.
NOT ONE HOUR
after reading this advertisement need any
ONE SUFFER WITH PAIN.
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Travelers should always carry a Dome oi
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A few drops in water will prevent sickness
or pain from change of water. It is bet
ter laaa FTencn nranuj or mum
FETV'EU AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AliL'K cured for fifty
esnt. There I not a remedial agent in
this world that will cure Fever and Ague,
and all other Malarious, Bilious, Scarlet,
Typhoid, Yellow, and other Fevers (aided
bv KAUWAl s riLL) soqnicn as aau-
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L'nnarr. and Womb disease., Uravei, Dia
betes, Dropsy, htoppaire ot Water, Inconti
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nuria, and in all cases uero tnern am
bhek-dust depaaite. or the water i thick,
cloudy, mlxet with substances like Uie
wnito ol an erj, or uireau. nae uiu;wi,
or there Is a morbid, dark, bilious appear
ance, and white bone-dust Ucposiu, aou
im there is a pn sinr, buruine ""n-
tia u-u -w4.i, ml pain la luu
siniill ol tb llJck and along the Loins.
Dil. RAD WAY'S
Perfect Pursativo Pills,
perfectly taKteleM, elegantly coated with
sweet Kuai, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse
and streorthea. lUdway's l'ilis, for the
cure ol t disorders of the Stomach,
Liver, Bo wen, kidaevs, Bladder, Nervous
Diseases, Iie4a'hr. Coustipation, oti'e
nem, IndiffXMti'iti. Iiynjx-jiMa, liiliousucs..
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free Uie system froia ai! the above named
diserder. Price, ai cenu ber Box. SOLD
READ -FALSE AND TRUE." S nd
one letter-stamp to RADWAY ft CO- No.
Maiden Lane, New York. Information
worth thousand will be scut j u.
tat or TKXXasKF.,l
Madison County, t
To II. C. Greer.
1LLIAM C STOVALL ha. had aa
AUai lmient levWVi en one note, as tbe
property of U. C. G rear. 1 ou are therefore
notified to ar-pear at rov office in Madison
counlv, on the l-'rth day of Septemler next,
at 10 o'clock, a.m.. to defend your cause, or
the cause will be heard ex-parte, and judg
ment given according to evidence..
This, the ild dsy of Auinist. is7L
JAMES H. LAWRENCE, (J. P.)
ONE PRICE STORE!
3 now opening at his new tore, on South
X side of Lalajette slrw t.one door East ct
beilh A Vincent's, new and well selected
SIIOEH & BOOTS,
And a general assortment of Gciitlciucu's
All of which he offers to the public M
verv small profits, F iR ASH, and to ail
at the SAME PRICES. He most respect,
fullvasks tbome wishing to tuy goods in
i,i. Iln. tn mil and examine h jt itimmIs and
prices. It will st all time, stlord him
pleasure to show hi. goods to all who visit
Jackron, Trim., May 'J. lS71!m.
AMB HO TA T K
Jan. 30, 1SU0-U.
CU1LLS AND FEVER,
LIVER AXD KlDXEl,
IT 1IASJNO EQUAL.
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