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WHIG AND TRIGONE.
W. W. UTM,
1. HI. U1SUU
J ACKSOJT, SATUEDAY, JUNE 1,112.
SevanlU Congressional District
Wo are authorized to mnnouiu e den. J
I. C. Atkins, of llcnry county, . a candi-
dale to represent the. 7th District In the
next Congress ol the United State. Klco
tion first Thursday In November erst.
We aro authorized to announce fbn.A.
V. Campbell, of this city, as a candidate
. to represent the Hlh Conxresslobal District
ill llic next Congress. Ktcction November
4th. Subject to a JVinoeratic Convention.
Democratic i;imt throughout the District
aro requested to copy tho above and send
bill to thin office.
Wo are authorized to announce II. M.
Clarke, jr., of IJrowiisville, as a candidate
lor Floater from tho counties of Hay wood,
Madison and Hardeman. Election first
Thursday in November next.
Thero arc fourteen candidates! for
tax collector in Maury county.
Two mad dogi were killed near
Shelby villo lant week.
J. A. McCall, who represented
Obie-n county in the last legiMlature,
i a candidate for tho State Senate.
G. W. Kinzcr Is a candidate- to
reprcHcut Maury county in tho next
Gen. Tom. Ilcnton Smith la an
nounced an a candidate for represen
tative front "Williamson county.
Bishop Fechan dedicated the new
Catholic Church at Lawrcuccuurg
on the 19th of May. .
J. It. McCall and Holmes Cum
mins aro candidates for tho legisla
ture from Tipton county.
Col. J. M. Crews, of Memphis, is
a candidate for Stato Senator from
Shelby and i'ayetto counties.
Dr. Li. D. I!n;, a distingiiiKlied
edicator, died athishomeatClarks
villo last Tuesday, aged seventy
Win. B. Kiuir, Esq., died at his
robidence, near Triune, Williamson
county, May list, of paralysis, in
tho fltty-third year of bis age.
Mr. W. Li. Ilodly died suddenly,
oi ncmorago or me lungs, at tho res
idonco of llarry Trevathan, of. Ilea
ry county, last week.
Dr. Georiro A. Matlies. one of the
editors of tho Somervillo Falcon, U
a candidate lor lioatcr from tho
counties of Shelby and Fayctto.
Col. James White is announced as
a candidate for the Stato Senate
from tho counties of Sullivan, liaw-
Kins, uancocK ana iiambicn.
Tho Athens Post says: Wheat on
tho South side cf McMinn county
generally iooks well, inner crops
are suiienng tor want or rain.
Col. James W. Gillespie, of Rhea
county, is called on to becomo a can
didate for Congress in tho aocond
Mr. James Green, 0110 of the old
est citizens of Bedford county, and
a soiuicr oi leu, uiea at ins home
iu Bedford county two weeks ago.
A horse thief named Jordan Kid
dy an old convict was roccntly
arrested in Lawrence county upon a
Covington has a dog law very
similar to that of our city. Let tho
work of killing go on with an even
.Col. Li. P. McMurry and Dr. J. L.
Jarrull are announced as candidates
for tho legislature from Gibson
A colored church in Trenton has
just introduced a lino organ, and tho
Gazette loarns they make good mu
sic on it.
Aloxander Coleman, living three
miles North of Humboldt, had the
misfortune to loso his stables and
cribs, and all their contents, by tiro
on tho 17th alt.
Edward II. East. Sr., father of
Chancellor East of Nashville, at last
accounts was lying dangerously ill
at his homo near Nashville, lie is
in his eighty-fifth year.
Jo Wcems, of Bon Aqua Springs,
Hickman county, has a peach tree
over thirty years old, healthy, beau
tiful, bearing for thirty years, and
is three feet eight inches in circum
ference Mrs. Mary A. Craighead, widow
of the late David Craighead, of
Nashville, died in that city a few
days since, at tho agojof cighty-fo ur
The engines and rolling stock for
tho Memphis and Kalcigh narrow
gauge railroad havo been ordered,
and tho road will bo opened on the
4th of July, for regular travel.
A Fountain Head correspondent
of tho Gallatin Examiner calls upon
Julius A. Trousdale, who represen
ted Sumner county with so much
ability in the last legisturo. to be
come a candidate for re-clcction.
The Methodist church at Frank
lin, which has rcmainod in an un
finished condition for three or four
years, is to bo completed at once
the nectssary funds are already in
nana lor inai purpose.
Col. W. S. McLemoro, of Frank
lin, Hon. T. M. Jones, of Pulaski,
and Hon. Arch. M. Hughes, of Co
lumbia, are candidates for Judge of
tho Criminal Court of Williamson,
Marshall. Maury and Giles.
Tho Bishops ' of tho Methodist
Church South, in session at Nash
ville, a week or two ago, set aside
the week from the 18 til of August
as a week of Prayer throughout
Tho Trenton News learns that the
reported - death of five persons out
of seven, in one family, from eating
fish which had eaten caterpillars, is
utterly untrue, no such thing hav
A Mr. ration, living near Milan,
last week put his little nine year old
boy on a niulo ho had been plowing,
to ride to the house, himself walk
ing behind, when the mulo took
fright, throwing tho child, who bo
camo entangled in tho gear, and
The Trenton News learns that a
larger amount of cotton is being cul
tivated in that county, than for
merly, while the breadth of land
sown in grain is greater by far than
heretofore. Tho negroes aro work--ing
A "jour" printer, employed by
tho Troy Times over iu Obiou
left that ancient town "betweousuu
down and sun rise, taking with him
the editor's best clothes, piio and
gold pen!" Wo can believe the sto
ry about tho boat clothes and the
pipe, but that golu pen is a little too
Tho Trenton Gazette learns that
five persons, out of a family of sev
en, who resided in tho Skull Bone
neighborhood, died u few days ago
from eating fish that had been feed
ing upon catterpillars. Wo also
learn that a child, two or three
years old, ate a caterpillar and died
in less than two hours.
Tho Trenton Nows learns that
Col. Long, who lost a leg in the
"unpleasantness," was out hunting
on horseback last week, and au
tempting to dismount, placed the
butt of his gun on the grouud, his
hand over tho inuzzio, when tho
gun was discharged, injuring J.da
hand and arm. Serious but not
: A man working on tho farm of
Mr. Coward, near Randolph, Tipton
county, met a horrible death on
tho 18th ult. Ho had been plowing,
and took his horse from tho plow
with harness on, mounted him and
started to tho house. The horse
threw him, his feet became entan
gled in tho harness and he was lit
erally kicked and dragged to death.
The Record, from which we take
the particulars, failed to learn the
The controversy between Ruther
ford and Bedford counties as to
which was entitled to furnish the
first Senator under the new appor
tionment, has been settled in faror
of Rutherford county, and that gal
lant, wholo-hcartcd gentleman, Mftj.
D. H. C. Spcnce hoof the 11. II. is
already the Senator from the district.
Our neighbor of the 1'laindcalcr
announces In our columns this week,
that tho subscription for the Week
ly is hereafter ft bo placed at One
Dollar a Year. The Weekly l'lain
dealcr, at this figure is certainly
U.n I on P n A v k n M t kt i n o . T here
will 'bo held at tho Cumberland
rrchbytcriau Church, in this city,
on Tuesday evening next, June 4th,
a Union Prayer ileetiug. The min
isters and people of other congrega
tions are cordially invited to attend.
The minintcis have agreed to at
tend. Found. Last Sunday in Jackson,
a largo Silver Watch Key, with the
name of "Tom Harris" engraved on
it. Tho owner can get it by calling
at this oflice, and paying for this
Nkw Patknt. Mr. J. A. Brooks,
in tho Western portion of Madisoii
county, has received a patent for a
new, and, as it appears to us a most
excellent article of domestic use a
churn dasher. Ho will soon take
means to make its virtues known to
tho public public through these col
By reference to another column,
tho prices of board and other inter
esting facts connected with tho cel
ebrated Becrsheba.SpringSj'may be
noted. Tho fame of these waters is
equalled by the romantic beauty of
tho surroundings, and tho celebrity
of tho accommodations afforded
guests. The Hotel is opened on the
Saddles, Harness, tic.
Mr. Z. N. Wright's card in this is
sue, will inform the people that he
has a largo and complete stock of
saddles, harness, bridles, etc., and
that ho is also prepared to execute
with dispatch, any and all kinds of
work In his line. Most of his goods
are manufactured by hiiiiHclf, and
hence ho can safely guarantee them
ii tm i'ii i s n e.m.
The Grocery firm of Rogers & To
zer, a most popular one in this sec
tion, has dissolved, Mr. Tozer rctir-
ing; and Mr. C. F. Dandridgc, late
ofDandridgo, Mitchell & Co., tak
ing his place. Tho stylo of tho firm
now Is Rogers & Dandridgc. We
commend the new firm to our read
ers, as in every respect worthy of
confidence and patronage See card,
Ono of the largest Foundries and
Machino Shops in the South-west, is
tho mammoth establishment of Cub-
bins & Gunn, at Memphis. Every
thing that is mado from iron, steel
or brass, In tho way of machinery,
is manufactured by them. Besides
they are eminently practical men,
and enjoy an extensive experience.
Our readers generally should exam
ine their card iu another column.
On the coasts of Labrador
and Newfoundland, tho past Spring,
over forty - fishing vessels, some of
them steamers, with an average of
about ono hundred men, havo been
wrecked in a sovcro hurricane, and
out of about four thousand men on
board, only abont ouo hundred and
seventy-flvo havo escaped death.
(tP" Ejc-Govcrnor Maoflln, of
Kentucky, and lion. Geo.. II. Icu-
dlcton, of Ohio, aro out squaro for
Iloraco Grccloy and Gratz Brown,
and want no separate nomination at
37" There is no moro doubt that
if a 60-callod "straight" democratic
ticket is nominated at Baltimore,
that Grant will be ro-clocted.
Chooso ;thcreforo between Greeley
Just What ike People Want.
Horace Greeley, In his letter of ac
ceptance, has this noblo, manly and
sonsiblo sentimont. "If I am elect
ed I shall bo Preaidcnt, not of a par
ty, but of tho wholo people"
CThat is j ust what tho people want.
A man who cannot riso to the dig
nity of tho occasion, and assert his
independence of "party," is unfit to
The Spring Fair, held at Hum
bolt on tho 17th and. 18th of May,
was pretty numerously attend
ed. Amongst thoso taking premi
ums, wo notico tho name of our
friend and county man, J. Martin
Cartnicll. Ho took two premiums,
one for best inaro threo years old
and over, and ono for best buggy
horse, maro or gelding; and the cer
tificate for best pair of marcs or
geldings driven in harness as a pair,
lie is ono of tho livest citizens of
Madison county, and may bo ex
pected in tho frout rank.
CThoma8 H. Benton, who, for
thirty years, occupied a scat in the
U. S. Senate onco said and he never
said a truer thing that "tho trou
bles of tho country como from un
easy politicians; its safety, from the
S5New Hampshiro tho home
and burial place of ex-President
Tierce it is cstiniatodby Mr. Good
fall, tho Secretary of Stato of that
Commonwealth, will bo as certain
to voto for Horaco Greeley, as that
November will come.
37" A week or two ago, in speak
ing of tho Paducah, Ky., JTetcs, we
called it "neutral." Tho Xctcs asks
us to say it is neutral in uothiug,
but independent in all things ex
cept in its exchequer. We make the
correction with pleasure.
Teunessco Congressmen are said
to have been surprised at the action
of the Tennessee Convention in en
dorsing Greeley. Very likely, and
no doubt the Congressmen of other
States will bo surprised as they lind
the Democracy of every Congres
sional District willing to accept the
Cincinnati ticket. Tho people have
heretofore been surprised by the
calamities Congressmen and politi
cians have brought upon the party
and country by their political wire
pulling, and now they proposo to
rcverso the order of things and run
ono election themselves. The polit
ical tricksters can rest for a while.
Wo have no work for them just
now. They may be a little surpris
ed occasionally, but they need not
bo alarmed, they will not be hurt
nor in any way molested. Colum
If Tennessee Congressmen are
not pleased with tho work of their
masters the people they have
leavo to retire, and make room for
servants who will not attempt, from
their eyries at Washington, to dic
tate to tho people at home. We as
sure tho aforesaid Congressmen that
the people of Tennessee are fearful
ly in earnest in their support of
Greeley and Brown.
Gea. Alex. W. Campbell.
The nane ol tho above gentleman
appears in this issue, us a candidate
to represent this, the 8th District in
the next Congress, subject to the
action of a Democratic Convention.
This district could not confer the
honor upon an abler or truer man,
one better qualified to represent all
its interests, or one that would re
flect more credit upon his constitu
ency than Gcn'l Campbell. He is
a gentleman of learning, of thought
and eloquence, and would take rank
in Congress with the ablest of that
l.ea. J. I. C. Atkins.
By reference to our column of
announcements, it will be seen that
the distinguished gentlcui m whose
name head this notice, is a candi
date for Congress from tho 7th Dis
trict. Gen. Atkino since the war,
has had nothing whatever to do
with politic, and his quiet, digni
fied bearinghasjwon ecoumiums from
all parties. Ho is a gentleman of
fine ability, enlarged experience,
and would make, as he did in the
olden time, an able representative.
Mr. II. M. Clark, Jr., of Haywood
county, is announced in this issue,
as a candidate for Floater, from
Hardeman, Madison and Haywood.
Mr. Clark is spoken of in high
terms by his own people, and we
notico that his county papers fully
endorse him as their choice for
I'lisaluaui, 1'oote, Jslinosn.
The State of Tennessee, by recent
enactment of Congress iu passing a
supplemental apportionment bill, is
entitled to a tenth member of Con
gress, who, by law, must bo elected
by general ticket or a voto by the
people of tho whole State.
Gcn. Henry S. Footc.of Nashville,
has announced himself as a candi
date for this position, aud it is inti
mated that Andrew Johnson, of
Grconvillc, might bo induced to be
como a candidate for the samo posi
tion. Tho friends of that gallant
old hero, Gen. Frank Cheatham, of
Coffee county, are importuning him
to announce himself as a candidate,
also. Tho fight is a free one Foote
aud Johnson are old political hacks,
and pant for tho flcshpots with an
appetite which nothing but success
can appease. They are chronic of
fice sockers both of them having
been in ofiico, or seeking olUco for
the last forty years.
General Cheatham is a novico in
political affairs, but would make a
first rate race for Congress, and wo
hopo he will consent to go. We aro
We llardlr Talak. Anybody Dees.
The Trenton Gazette emphatical
ly dissents from tho resolution re
cently adopted by tho State Conven
tion in Nashvillo, which expresses
tho unbounded confidence in tho
"honesty, patriotism and prudence
of the National democratic conven
tion, when it shall assemble." The
editor declares that ho has not full
faith and confidence nor indeed
any faith and confidence in "the
honesty, patriotism and prudence of
the National democratic conven
tion," nor in "Belmont, tho head of
the convention," and says the peo
ple of Tennessee share in this feel
ing generally. The Gazette is right
in its position, and the whole peo
ple of tho State will sustain it. Tho
timo for moro politicians to bind tho
people, hand and foot, and carry
them about whithersoever they will,
has past, and we trust never to re
Tho people of Tcnncssco do not
want any democratic National Con
vention, and we have mistaken the
temper of the times if they submit
to the leading strings of politicians,
when it is so easy a matter to "go it
alone," and defeat their ambitious
(t We aro indebted to Col. R. I.
Chester, of this city, for late St.
Louis papers, giving the details of
tho meeting of the Agricultural
5T Col. John Martin, of tho Pad
ucah Kcntuckian, is a candidate for
Congress in that district.
A Hundred miles an Hour.
Slnco 1336, when wo first beheld a
railroad in operation, to this good
hour, wo have never had a doubt on
our mind thatjwithin our lifo time
if we lived to bo an old man we
should see one hundred miles per
hour, tho ordinary rate of travel by
public conveyance The following,
which we find iu ono of our exchan
ges, Bccuis to pretty nearly realize
our faith: " v
Mr. Wm. D. Gentry, a telegraph
operator in Nashville, Tcnn., has in
vented a device for propelling rail
road cars bv tho power of electrici-
tv. He claims that a speed of one
hutidred miles an hour can easily be
attained. "A committee of scienti
fic gentlemen, appointed by the
Nashvillo Industrial Exposition,"
has made a favorablo report on his
UT Let it bo borne in mind that
that inflexible democrat, tho
Brownsville Stales is virtually
plodged to support Greeley. That
paper says it will support "the nom
iuco of tho Baltimore Convention;"
and Greeley is bound to get that
nomination. We hope tho papers
friendly to Greeley will cease to an
noy tho States about its Bourbon-
ism. The States is, or will bo all
right or wrong? after July 9th.
The Memphis Koad.
We spent a couple of days last
week in Memphis, aud were very
much encouraged by what we heard
relative to the Jackson & Memphis
Railroad. An active canvass, on a
basis of assured success, will begin
in Shelby and Fayette very soon.
We assuro tho friends of this great
enterprise in Madison, that tho road
is gaining strength every day, and
that its success will soon bo above
boubt. Combinations and influ
ences arc at work that cannot fail,
and we speak by the card when we
say to the people of West Madison,
do your duty aud all will be well.
Corkect. The Huntingdon Dem
ocrat declines to publish a "call"
upon a man to become a candidate,
because it is not accompanied by the
requisite fee. The McKenzie Times
copies the notico, and is; glad to be
backed up, as not the only paper
which charges for such things. We
long ago supposed tho absurd and
losing practice of "calling" men for
oflice, free of charge, was exploded.
We have indulged in no such fool
ishness, for years. "Those who
dance, must pay the fiddler."
ST "Professor" Atkinson, who
went "up in a balloon" at this place
week before last, has made his last
ascent aud descent too.Ue went up
at Decatur, Ala., last Monday, came
down in Tennessee river, and his
body has been food for fishes.
Col. Klllebrew Tlllaa.
Col. J. B. Killebrcw, of Nashville,
will deliver an address to the stu
dents of Milan College, ami citizens
of Milan, on the 11th of June, at 11
o'clock, a. in.
- - -
(p- The Paducah, Ky. Daily
Xeics grows poetical iu its support
of Grcely and Brown. Hear it:
I'rei wbxre you m that white hat :b.ine,
Until tho foe is dou;
And be the word alon the line,
lireeley and Uratz llruwn."
. - - - -
C5T How sad. Tho Brownsville
States, the Shelbyville Rescue and
the Hartsvillc V'idctte, positively
do not; like Greeley aud Brown, as
candidates. If G. and B. were to
find it out, they would bo distress
ed beyond measure How sad.
The editor of the Whig find Trib
unc seems to have lost all his rail
road sense, since tho nomination of
Greeley and Brown, and wants to
tight every body he meets. L'rowns
Wc arc obliged to our neighbor
for the admission that we had some
sense to loose, and very much regret
that wc cannot reciprocaio the com
pliment. - -
This celebrated watering place is
again open for tho reception of vis
itors, and presents uuequalcd at
tractions. We have known many
cases cured by the use of its waters.
Uca. D. II. Hill.
This gullant and earnest friend of
tho South, in his paper, the South
ern Home, published at Charlotte,
N. C., is for Greeley. He says:
."Wc give to-day tho lutter of ac
ceptance of Hon. Horace Greeley.
There arc some expressions, which
wo would liko to see struck out.
But on tho whole, it is liberal, cath
olic, frank, generous and manly.
Wo think tho Baltimore Convention
can safely accept him with this let
ter, and tho platform upon which ho
stands. Ue has come more than half
way with extended hands to meet
tho estranged and oppressed South,
aud wc cau consistently, with our
ideas of honor and chivalry, step
forward to wolcomo him."
Tho strawberry season has not
met the anticipations of the early
spring, owing to the drougth. Sev
eral acres have been planted this
Spring. Tho fruit crop looks prom
ising. Crops are very late, but are
growing fast since the rains. Wheat
looks well aod promises a yield
Chancery Court began last Mon
day, Chancellor Summers, presiding,
Dr. Jesso Harris is Clerk and Mas
ter. Wo will be called on soon to lo
cate our county site, and wo expect
a lively canvas among the contend
There was a barbecne given in the
interest of Dr. Leo's railroad, at a
littlo place in this county called
Cairo, which resulted in fifteen
fights. This road proposes to run
from Trenton to Fulton on the Mis
sissippi River through Crockett
county. What has become of our
Jackson Jb Dyersburg Road. We
certainly should have it. W.
Card of 11. PI. Clark, Jr.
Kellow-Citizens of Ilaywood, Madison and
Actuated by a desire to serve you,
as well as to attain the honor of be
ing your representative in the Low
er house of tho next General Assem
bly of the State of Tennessee, I am
a candidate for Floater from this
District. Should you in your wis
dom, see proper to confer the honor
of an election upon me, I pledge my
self to nse every endeavor to make
you a vigilant, honest and faithful
representative i snail oppose all
such unequal, unjust and unfair
measures as the present "Merchant's
Tax," and will always advocate to
the best of mv ability, such meas
ures as will advance tho interest of
your counties, and of tho entire
H. M. CLARKE, Jr.
The Importance of the Jackson
Kallroad to xuemphia our
Tho movements which aro now
being made in other quarters make
tho railroad from Jackson to this
city a matter of primo importance
to our city, and particularly to our
wholesale merchants. Memphis can
and should do tho wholesale busi
ness for all the towns within ono
hundred and fifty miles. Her mer
chants can and do sell at as fair
prices and on as good terms to re
tail merchants as is done by Cincin
nati, St. Louis, Louisville or Nash
villo. There are many reasons why
West Tennessee merchants should
deal at Memphis. They cannot on
ly get as good bargains, but by their
nearucss to Memphis they can get
their goods so much sooner than
men who have to send to distant ci
ties. Why is it then that so much
of the trade of West Tennessee is
diverted from Memphis to distant
cities? One of the causes is tho dis
criminating rates mado by our rail
roads against tho interests of this
city. It fair and equal rates were
charged, they could and would suc
cessfully compete with any and with
all of them. For years the trade of
Jackson, in our own State, has gone
to St. Louis, Louisville or Cincin
nati on account of railroad discrimi
nations. Not only will this con
tinue, but even worse is coming,
unless we movo in this matter. Bo
fore the end of 1873 there will be a
direct railroad connection by way
of Huntingdon to Nashville, over
tho Northwestern road, which is to
be extended t Jackson. The trade
of the rich country around Jackson
will then go to Nashville, instead of
coming to Memphis, where it right
fully belongs. Our city now losing
annually several hundred thousand
dollars for want of a direct road to
Jackson, which, if it were built,
would give our merchants, in a
great degree, tho control of the
wholesale trado for that wealthy
portion of West Tennessee. The in
teresting statistics given some time
since in the Jackson Whig and Tri
bune, show that the trade of that
city amounts to millions each year.
The Jackson merchants, if they had
direct railroad connection with
Memphis, would find it to their in
terest to make most of their pur
chases here instead of making them j
at St. Louis, Louisville and Nash
ville We admit that the retail
trade of Jackson would remain
where it is, but Memphis should be,
aud with proper etTorts will be made I
the wholesale city for all that region.
A comparatively small sum would
secure tho immediate building of
the road to Jackson, aud our mer
chants would realise in one year
more than they would be ex-
Eected to contribute toward the
uilding of the road. Not only this,
but money invested in that enter
prise would pay better dividends
than in most any other undertak
Virginia Nearly Cnanimously for
lireeley and Ilroivu.
If the resident members of this
committee are touching elbows with
the people of Virginia to use a mil
itary phrase they will sec before
the committee meets on Saturday
next nay; they can see to-day-how
definitely shaped is the opin
ion of Virginia.
Tho State intends to be represent
ed at Baltimore; it intends to ex
press its will in tho Convention
there; it knows already wliat that
will is, viz: to name no othej candi
date but Greeley and Grat Brown.
covrnou jou c. rkown.
His Views on National I'allllrs
lie Is laeq,ui veeall y for lireeley.
II. V. E. Interview, printed in th Cin
cinnati Commercial, i'.lh.
OKEELEV TO WALK OVEIt TIIK
I called upon the Governor to
day, in his apartments at the Max
well House, and found him ili-'-uss-ing
a law point with Judge Ward.
He was to have been off lor Wash
itiirtion this wepk on bnlness con
nected with .Tennessee's financial
relation with the Government, but
was prevented by indi.-ponition.
I asked the Governor if the recent
decided preference for Greeley man
ifested by the State Convention was
the prevailing sentiment of the
Stale. He said that it was. "And
more," he continued, "it was a re
presentative convention, and the
largest brought together in the
State since the war."
"1 think so. Of course, being be
fore them for the nomination, 1 did
not take part, but 1 know pretty
well the drift. The indorsement of
Greeley met my approbation, and
the approbation of the party. Some
of the delegate wanted to go fur
ther, and unconditionally pledge
ourselves to Greeley, while others
wanted to l"o slow,' as thev ex
pressed it, and take no decided"
steps. The great mass of the dele
gates, however, were in favor of do
ing just what was done indorse
Greeley's nomination, and instruct
our delegates to Baltimore against
tho advisability of putting another
ticket in the field."
"The feeling among the delegates,
then, was decidedly against a nomi
nation at Baltimore?"
"Very decidedly so. It is usoless
to go there, nominate a straight
ticket, and thus re-elect Grant."
"Do you think such will be the
result if they do?"
"That is my opinion. Tho Dem
ocracy is not strong enough to suc
ceed without help from the Liberal
Republicans. There are enough oppo
ncnts to Grant to defeat him if they
will work together. The grt ob
ject shoud be to break Grant's cen
tralization and military ring, and
bring the government back to a civ
il basis. Men should forget mere
party long enough to accomplish
this. The idea that tho indorse
ment of Greeley will breakup the
Democratic party, I do not agree to.
The party is strong enough, with
the aid of the Literals, to defeat
Grant, and not suffer, but rather bo
bcneutled by iu"
THE 1'EOrLE WILL. C'OMK CP TO
THE SUl'I'ORT OF GBEKLEY. '
"You are acquainted with public
KCIIUJUUIlb IU J. CIlUCMUr, YJOVCIMOr,
and do you think, if tho Baltimore
Convention makes no nomination,
that the Democratic masses of the
Stato can be brought up to a cordial
support of ureolcyf"
"i'hey will not require any bring
ing up," replied tho Governor,
"they will como cheerfully them
selves and of their own accord. The
sentiment in this Stato is over
whelming for him. The action of
our convention in indorsing his
nomination gave so near universal
satisfaction to the party that the ex
ceptions are hardly worth mention
ing. The few that are holding back
a little now will fall into line after
the Baltimore Convention indorses
his nomination, as I hope and be
lieve it will, or course we cannot
see into the future, nor always tell
what is best, but with all the lights
before me, I am very decidedly of
tho opinion that no nomination
should be made at Baltimore. The
Democracy have it in their rower
to defeat Grant, and the opportuni
ty should bejimproved by all means,
no matter if the course to bo pur
sued does conflict with our preju
dices a little. The idea that some
advance, that the indorscmnt of
lireeley ana defeat ot Grant win
kill the Democratic party, I do not
for a moment entertain. A party
of three millions of disciplined vo
ters cannot be so easily disbanded,
killed or broken up as all that.
Some of our' Liberal Republican
friends think that both parties ought
to bo broken up, but I see neither
occasion nor necessity for the dis-
bandment or the Democracy."
THE PAPERS FACING THE MUSIC.
"As an indication that tho action
of our Convention meets the appro
bation of the people," continued
the Governor, "it is only necessary
to consult the btate papers. 1 do
not know of but two but what have
fallen into Line, and they aro coun
try sheets. '1 ho press indicates the
drift. Tho great mass of the party
in this State, hardly with an excep
tion, will cheerfully support Gree
ley to beat Grant. There should be
a union of all men for this object,
regardless oi past politics or affilia
tions." SAMBO JOINED TO HIS IDOLS.
I asked the Governor if he thonght
Greeley would get much of tho col-
oreu voie ox mis oiaie.
"No," he replied, "that is under
the control of the office-holders,
and wherever they are it will go
solid tor Grant, in rural districts,
where post-offices are scarce, they
may be divided, but the great mass
of tho negroes will go for Grant. It
makes no difference, however, in
this State, who they go for. Ten
nessee will give Greeley a decided
ly largo majority ll he does not get
a negro vote"
Wbat tn People Say.
Under this caption that sterling
democratic paper, tho Bolivar Bul
letin, thus speaks its sentiments
and thoso of nino tenths of the peo
ple who read it. Tho same feeling
seems to bo pretty provalent else
where, besides in old democratic
Most of the readers of this Jour
nal are aware of tho fact that we
have ever made it a point to reflect,
with truth and honesty, the Democ
racy of Hardeman county. In other
words, our paper has been looked
on as the mouth piece of tho Dem
ocracy of the banner county of Ten
nessee, never having to retract a
published statement or "rise to ex
plain." And now, after a careful
survey and a vast amount of "inter
viewing," we unhesitatingly assert
that tho Democracy of this county,
strengthened by Conservatives, will
vote for the Cincinnati nominees al
most to a man, no matter whether
the Baltimore convention nominates
a straight out ticket or not. We
have heard many of tho staunchest
and most influential Democrats in
tho county assert positively that
they would not for one moment cn
tertaiu the idea of supporting, un
der the circumstances which at prcs
eu surronnd us, any other than the
Liberal Republican ticket. Their
reasons for doing so are well found
ed, have been carefully considered,
and no extreme measures can drive
them from their set purpose If
there are any who are fooluh enough
to suppose that the well defined in
tentions of the People of this coun
ty can be shaken by a sudden clap
of political thunder or anything
else, they are very much mistaken.
The Comptroller is about to issue
the following circular to the Coun
ty Court Clerks of this State:
'OMPTROLLKK'S OKPICK, I
Na.-hviHe, 'Venn, Alay i", lSTi f
Sir By authority of an act of the
General Assembly of Tennessee,
passed March 27, and approved
March '29, lt72, 1 send you by this
mail certined copies of the lands
sold for taxes for the year 18C5 and
since, lor your county, so laras this
office will show. The ninth section
imposes upon you the special duty
to see that the collector appointed
under the first section of said act
shall give a good and sufficient bond
before delivery ot the papers here
I am, very respectfully,
ed. r. texebakek, comptroller.
Northern Democracy that if they
defeat tho .Liberal movement by
nominating a seperate ticket they
will sink to rise no more. The gen
eral tone of the Southern press is
that if there is a neminatiou at Bal
timore the Democratic party under
its present organization is dead, aud
the Liberals will preserve its prin
ciples. x ranxnn ( i enn. j ; ucevtew.
Tbctcrmna Im l'sscil--Vssihtc,(
Last Speeds Very Generally Coa
deaancd by liesiscrau.
Nashville, May 16. The Ger
mans of Nashville held a meeting
last night, C. C. Giers presidiBg, 1.
R. Albert and August Nickel, secre
taries. Speeches were made in fa
vor of Greeley and Erowu and the
Liberal Republican movement, by
J. B. Jeup, editor of the Emigrant,
General Trauernicht, A.HiUfeid, of
Memphis, and others.
Resolutions were adopted re
nouncing all former party allegiance
and assuming a position of neutrali
ty until a new party may be formed
based upon honest principles and
true Republicanism; indorsing the
platform of the Cinc innati Conven
tion, and pledging their votes to
Greeley and Brown; congratulating
the country upon the passage of a
general amnesty law as one of the
good effects of the Cincinnati Con
vention; thanking Mr. Greeley for
his course during the Franco Ger
man war: declaring that they will
herealter support no man for office,
of any kind, merely because he is a
party candidate, but will vote for
the best and most honest, and iu
jruuclusion, demand for the Ger
mans a proportionate share of the
Itcpublic's offices. Tho meeting
was large and enthusiastic.
Voorhee6' Tcrre-Hautc speech,
published this morning, is univer
sally condemned by all Democrats
and other supporters of Greeley. It
pleases ouly Grant's friends. The
Union and American (Democratic
organ) regards it aXcontaining all
that cau be said agaiust Greeley,
and says that his friends must rec
ognize that lullueuccs arc at work
against the adoption of him at Balti
more. To meet these influences and
secure the desired consummation,
all true friends of the Cincinnati
nominations, it says, should close
ranks, ignore petty quibbling and
put their shoulders together to dt
tho work before them.
5C7"The Louisville Courier Jur-
nui of recent date, under the head
of "a few plain words" to those
whose "stern principles" forbids
them to support Greeley has the lot
lowing concluding paragraph:-
A stright-out Democratic ticket
is certain defeat and equally certain
ruin. The man who does not see
that it is precisely what the Grant
party wants, can sco nothing. I he
road that leads from Greeley goes
to Grant, but it has been given to
Mr. Voorhees and the Jew lort
World to discover tho short cut.
There is a foot-path that enters the
rear of the AV'hitc House by way of
tho lrcasury Department. It is
now open to Democrats aud South
ern men who wish to sell out. For
the honor of our calling, we hopo it
has not been already traversed by
tho New lork World.
The Clarksvillo (Tcnu.) Chroni
cle says: "It seems that Hendricks,
of Indiana, and l'endleton, of Ohio,
repudiate G recley. If the military
oppression to which Southern Dem
ocrats nave so long been subjected:
if tho political vampires that have
so long been sucking tho blood of
Southern prosperity; if I Radical de
termination to destroy the last res-
tage of popular government create
no sympathy, arouse no patriotic
ardor in the breasts of such north
ern Democrats, it is abroad hint to
their; brethren oi the south to
form other alliances that promise an
amelioration of thftir condition and
to repudiate a Democracy so purely
sectional and partisan as to be une
qual to the duties of the hour and
the pressing demands for that broad
patriotic wisdom po Jindispensible
to the preservation of free institu
tions, we do not expect any true
Democrat to eulogize Greeley, be
cause his antecedents forbid it, but
if he is honest enough to enforce
the doctrines put forth by the Cm
cinnati Convention, ho is too far iu
advance of Grant to be lightly dis
carded for the very remote possibili
ty of doing better, with every pro
bability of doing inhnitely worse.
Washington Correspondent ol N. Y. Herald.
The feeling against Dan Voorhees
has not subsided among the Demo
crats, and the echoes of tho regular
Uemocratic press coming In from all
parts of the country have consider
ably frightened the half dozen Con
gressmen whose interests are not
averse to Grant's re-election. Mr.
Eldridge, of Wisconsin, has been
under suspicion by his colleagues
for his popularity at the Whito
House dinners, and for the addition
of his signature to the report exone
rating the District Board of Tublic
Works for its twelve million of ex-
Eenses. Voorhees was sitting in
is place the other day when a carpet-bagger,
named Clark, of Galves
ton, Texas, who was born and resi
dent in Connecticut, came up to
him and said:
"Mr. Voorhees, I must congratu
late you upon your bold and manly
speech. It gaye our side universal
When the man had turned away
Voorhees said, with a long oath:
"Great God! thero must have been
something wrong in that speech if
that scoundrelly carpet bagger sees
anything in it to praise"
There are few men in our coun
try, and we are happy to say only a
few who are opposed to Greeley and
Brown, and declare that tbey will
vote for U. S. Grant, rather than for
the nominees of the Cincinnati Con
vention yet when asked their rea
sons they have none to give. They
agree with us when wo tell them
that Greeley is honest, and that he
is a great man, a profound thinker,
aud fully capable of wisely manag
ing the mo6t important atlairs of our
Govcrvmcnt. They acknowledge
that Grant is iucapablc and corrupt;
still they say they will vote for
Grant, yet these men call them
selves Democrats. The better name
for them would be Radicals, too
Sroud to own allegiance to their
isgraccd party. Humboldt Jour
Views ot J . 8. Black.
An interview with Judge Jere
miah S. Black is published here to
day, which concludes as follows:
"WelL" said the Jugdc, 1 It ten
you what we aro going to do. Tho
platform put forth at Cincinnati is a
broad, fair, Democratic platform.
There is nothing passive in that.
Now, if the convention that meets
at Baltimore finds in its wisdom
that Greelcv fiu tho platform, we
will make the best fight for him we
cau. I have no question but when
the canvass warms up and men take
tides, as men ara wont to do, that
the entire Democratic party will be
found striving for the right."
Ti.. T ;l..,rol 1J ortiililii-.in "Stata
A U(J l.l'-v. - j ' - -
; . i . ; i Arl-aiuAs in ..? follows: For
Govenor, Joseph Brooks; for Lieu
tenant Governor, D. J. Smith,
of State, E. A. Fulton, of Drew
county; lor Auuuor, o. i ierry, vi
Pulaski, present incumbeut; for
Treasurer, T. J- Hunt, of Sebastian
county; lor Attorney-General W.
P. Grace, of Jefferson county; Supe
rintendent of Public Schools, Dr.
Thomas Smith, of Pulaski, present
Seymour fob Greeley! Gov.
Seymour has written to Mx. S. S.
Cox that he is in favor of the ratifi
cation of the Cincinnati ticket by
the Baltimore Convention.
A noble "self-respecting Demo
crat" who shows his statesman
ship and disinterestedness by exhib
iting more respect for his country
than for himself- Richmond Whig.
At hisre.iJenteiu this county. Tuesday,
May lith, Mr. James A. Sweeney, aeJ
abo'ut tifty year.
He leaves a wifa and ix children to la
ment his departure, lla was a true man
in all the relations of life.
At his residence, near Mifflin. Henderson
county, ou Monday lat, L. F. Cawthon,
Mr. Cawthoa was plowing in his field,
and fell senseless to til ground, Uyins; in a
very sbert time. He wa an old citizen,
as j one held in high esteem by his neighbors.
You may take any ioy, and by
turning it around find trouble on
the other side; or you may take the
greatest trouble, aud by turning it
around, find joys on the other Bids.
lOU. COMiBtSS -Sla DISTRICT.
Gen. T. II. BELL.
Hod. li. P. CALDWELL.
tor Judge of lae Sapreaae Coart.
J. B. COOKE.
l or Tax Collector.
B. S. LOVELACE.
J. L. PHELPS.
FELIX W. II EN It Y.
JOS. KING GOLD.
JASPEi: N. TEAGUE.
.tlADISO COl.Vl V.
t or a-uerif I.
It. M. MAY, for re-election.
JOHN J. BHOOKS.
GEORGE G. PERKIXS.
JASON W. FUSSELL.
for Tax Collector.
JAS. M. McREE, for re-election
II. A. WEATHERLY.
W. J. DEABMORE.
JOSEPH C SHARP.
SAMUEL D. BARNETT.
JAMES BLACKMON, Eoq.
HENRY BARRIER, Esq.
JAMES L. BAKER.
w. f. Mcknight.
II. B. WILSON.
l or County Trustee.
THOMAS M. GREER.
W. H. PARIIAM.
JONAS MAYO, for re-election
WM. G. COCKR1LL.
E. S. FLY.
We are authorized to announce Oi.r
M AJOK SrK-NCER aa a eaodidaU- lor Trustee
of Madison county, at tne election, first
Tnursday in Aurui next. Ill oral ei
periiuenU (Jive him a trial.
Jackson Cotton Market.
But little cotton in the market.
Prices have been advancing steady
sinco our last issue New York has
advanced from 23J ou Saturday
last, to 2GJ on Friday, (to-day.) on a
basis of Middling. We quote this
weeks market as follows:
Meats Bulk: aides, 9 B, retail, V;
wholesale, Be bhouldens retail, 7u;
wholesale, 7c llamx, retail, laj-jfe; whole
aale,llS'c Baron &ides,retail,Sc; whole-
Hals, IX-. buouiuara, retail, Be: waoieaie,
VAc Ilann, nugar-cured, retail, 16)C,
Kuoca V bbl, wholesale, $7 oK312 60.
MliL-V bush, wboleoale. T-HSOu.
Irish ivraToiw y bbl, wholesale,
$ 4 ou.
Nkw iRisn Potatoes bush, fl on.
I Dkikd Kruit Apples, y fi, hoi wale,
4c x'eacDe, do, ilo, be.
SUGAR New Orleans, wholesle,llgle,
(X)FFKE wholesale, 2i'iSc
Molasks Wholesale, 50ti70c.
Hominy ?) Jb, retail, 6c.
Grits f fl, retail, 6c
Nails y tf, retail, 7c; wholesale, fVic
Thread Spun, V lb, retail, ltkilHc
Whiskey at fall, wholesale, fl " WN3 oO,
Oystkks Wholesale, cove, jc
LlMK (2 SKifl 40.
Can ones Wholesale, 17X'irc
Mackkkkl Bv the kit. 1 60.
Hidbs Ureen, V lb. 7c: dry. do. do, 16c.
Leather Harness and Sole, y It, retail,
40(445e; Kip, do, do, 60e; Bridle, do, do, 42
graiKO Chickkss Buying, 25c.
Ducks Buying, 3SVc
Buttkk Buyinf , aoc; selling, 20fci jOc,
Eggs y doz., 2052jc
Lakd l S Il3l6c
Beet y quarter 7(gc
MUTTOS y quarter 10c.
Shoat y inarter 8i0c
Bkkk Cattlk Net, 6(3;
Shekh V head, fl 603 00.
Spring Lamb y head, ( 1 60(32 00.
Shoat Net, 6Ji&5.
US"inirty-two years have elapsed since
the introduction el Davis1 Tain Killer to
the public, and yet at the present time it is
more popular and commands a lager sale
than ever before. Its popularity is not con
fined to this country alone; all ovr the
world its beneficial (effects in curing the
"ills that flesh is heir to," are acknowledg
ed and appreciated, and as a Pain Killer
its fame is limited to no country, sect or
race, has never been equaled by any medi
cine in Europe or America. Price 26cU.
It is sold by all medicine dealers,
Eveey genuine box ol Dr. i!cLANE"S
LIVER PILLS bears the signature of
Fleming Brothers, Pittsburgh, Pa., and
their private U. B. Stamp. OT" Take no
other, the market is full of imitations.
It is the popular verdict that people who
have been accustomed to the use of Bitters
or Cordials, are obliged, eventually, to re
sort to McCLANiTS PILLS for permanent
KJSTl hve for years been opposed to Cal
omel, and since 1853 have used Simmons'
Regulator as a Vegetable Beniedy, and can
confidently assert that it has exceeded my
expectations, curing case of Dyspepaia and
Liver Complaint that were thought almost
hopeless. G RENVILLE WOOD,
Wood's Factory, Macon Ga.
Magic of the Mouth.
Odoriferous Sozodont, renders the
mouth enchanting, compoaed of rare, anti
septic herbs, it imparts whiteness to the
teeth, a delicious flower like aroma to the
breath, and preserves intact, from youth to
ae, the teeth.
Spalding's Glue, bandy, mends every
thing. Means What He Saytw
Though "confirmation strong aa proofs ol
Iloly Writ,' and as numerous aa the sands
on the sea thore, were produced to prove
that Dr. Merce, the proprietor of Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Eeniedy, is in earnest and mean
what be says, when he offers f-XJ reward
lor any case of Catarrh which he cannot
cure, yet there would be some skeptics whe
would coutluuo to uhout "Huiubuj"
'111 MBtG"' "It cannot hv, because Dr.
Homespun says Catarrh cannot Ihj cured."
Now this Dr. llonicpun is the identical.
good-natured old fellow who hom-Uy be
lieves and persist! in declaring that this
earth i not round cr spherical, but flat aa
a "tUp-jack," and does not torn over, oth
erwise thfi water would all be spilled out
ot Deacon Bascom's nilli-popd. But astro
nomical neience has positively demonstrated
and proven that Dr. Homespun is wrong in
supposing this earth to be flat and station
ary, and medical science is daily proving
the fact that he is no less mistaken and be
hind the times in regard to the curability
of Catarrh. In short, it has been positively
proven that this world mores, and that
met lical science is projressive the opinion
ot Dr. Homespun to the contrary notwith
standing. That Dr Sage's Catarrh Remedy
will cure Catarrh, thousands who have used
Then buy it and use it, in doubt do not
You will lind it in drug stores ali over the
Tli9 "Dog Days and Their Dan
At this season el the year the blood is apt
to become impure, the appetite poor, the
skin sallow: the body enfeebled: the system
relaxed, making it susceptible to attacks of
Chills and Fever, Bheuniati.in, eruptions
of the skin and the development cf the ef
fects of the injudicious use of Calomel. All
this trouble may be avoided by the use of
a lew bottles of Dr. Tutt's Sarsaparilla and
Queen's Delight. It is harmless in its effects,
but a powerful enemy to diseases. Try it,
and you will find it a friend in need.
Dr. Tutt's Liver Pills moves the Bowels
to a healthy action, not acting as it were
mechanically, but they stimulate the secre
tions, and in a healthful and natural man
ner expels all impurities without weaken
ing the body.
Dr. Tutt's Ilaii Dve doss not Injure the
A Pitiful 1'aaaitlan.
It U a sad IhiHi; to jas through life only
half alive Yet tliere are tlivusand whose
habitual condition h one of lrtnUor and
debility. They complain of no ix.cinV
dLteaso; tbey suffer no oitive pain; but
they have no relish for anything which af
fords mental or mhuoui pleasure. In
nine cases out often this state of lassitiole
andlirMr ariws from a morbid stomach.
Indie-tion destroys the energy of both
mind and bo !y. When tbe wate of na
ture is not supplied by a due and regular
assimilation of the food, every organ is
starved, every I unction inUrrupUsd.
Now, what d'H-s common sene surest
under these cin-um-tances of degression
The sy-iem needs rouin; and strengthen
ing not merely for an hour or two. to siuk
afterward into a more pitiable condition
than ever (as it assuredly would do if an
ordinary alcoholic stimulant were respi ted
to,) but radically and pt-ruianrnUy.
How is this de.-irable object to be accom
plished? The answr to this iuestion,
founded on the unvarying rxperiet.ee of a
quarter ot a century, i- raily given. In
fuse new vigor into the dui-tivc organs by
a course of Hosteller's Moniavh Bitters.
Do not wast time by administering tenio
rary rem?dies, but wake Uib sy-tem up by
recuperating the fountain-head of physical
strength and enemy, the great organ upon
which all the other organ depend tor tbvir
nurture and support.
By the time that a d doses of the
great vegetable touic and in iorant havo
been taken, the feeble frame of the dyspep
tic will begin to fit I its benign influence.
Appetite will I rreatcd, anil with appe
tite the capacity to digest w hat it crave.
I'erMivore until the sun i complete until
heallblul blood, fit to lr the material of
rtcsb and musi-lr, botieand nerve and brain,
flows through the channels of cHvulation,
instead of the watery pabulum with w hich
they nave heretofore been iiuicrfcclly nour
ished. Talk at the Toilet.
Every lady's maid knows that tho Iks.
wiU bin; beings who pave Utcir tiiuuiiU-
aut way with conquered hearts, regard a
spicudi-1 bead of ha;r the luo.-t ttTiilive of
all womanly fasi inatious. They believe,
and they are rU'bt, that they chii lasso"' as
many beaux with their luxuriant ringlets
aud glosny braid.-i as they cau '"kill at iu'hl"
with their beaming eyes. Hence iu their
"toilet talk" among themselves and with
their attendants, the merits of preparations
for the hair are freely canvassed and the
latest result of this discussion ma-ins to be
the almost universal adoption of Lyon's
Katiiaiuon as an article better adapted to
promote the growth and beauty of the
'Chief Glory of Woman" thau any other at
present before the world. They say that
without irritating the skin of the head it
eradicates dandrull, and that it fx-nctralcs
below ths surface to the roots of the hair,
endowing them with new lilu ami vigor.
FOIC MO woes & ICKArmtS,
Go to It. U. ANDERSON CO'S.
LOCAL. IS OTIC 12.
MaNUOOIi! WOMANHll: AlMitlt
Marriage the iinix-.liuirnts; cn
and cure. One hundred aud eii:ht
paces sent sealed for 25 cts. by Dr.
WurrTiKK, t17 SL Charles strw-t, St. ft m
Louis, Mo., the mast successful U B
specialist ot the as , who has I wen buirer
located in St. ixiuis man any oilier Chronic
TIic Extensive Carriasc
Buggy, and Sprin
Of L.AXDIS Jc III IIMOI.I., are turn
ing out a large amount of first class work
every week. Their business has greatly in
creased, and they w ill doubtless be com
pelled te make a further enlargement of
their establishment. The reason is obvi
ous Their Work alwari 'irtvea Sat
lafactien, and w hen they sell to one man
in a locality, thy draw the trade ol that
section. Their repairing department Is al
so on the incre:AgSp they Invariably guar
antee their weft, and employ none but
first class mechanics.
This establishment is a credit to the city,
and wc hope that it will continue to pros
per. The citizens ef adjoining counties
would do well to examine the work ol this
extensive establishment before sending
PATENT WELL BORER
PROSPECTING AUG EI v,
HAS IS'O RIVAL !
It never fails to give satisfaction, and its
Proprietors unhesitatingly guarantee it to
every purchaser of a right. Now istlic time
to purchase State or County Bights.
For descliptiou and particulars, send lor
RAM: ALL & HEATH,
Nob. 0-1 and 1W Second fit.,
EXGIXE AD BOILER.
Owing to the large increase iu the
amount of press work, we arc com
pelled to replace our engine with a
new one of greater power, and tee
offer our second-hand one, in good
running orderz at a veky low
price. It is just pui table to run
a gin or other lignt machinery
and AT THE PRICK OKFEliED, is a
W. W. GATES & CO.,
This is to certify that on the 4th of Nov
ember last I was attacked with Neuralgia,
or nervous rheumatism, in my left arm and
shoulder, and extending up to the back of
my head and neck. The pain was so severe
that I was compelled to lie in bed for sev
eral weeks. After trying various remedies
and finding only temporary relief. I con
cluded to try Clark A Euller's Ambrosial
OiL To my great surprise, after tho first
application, 1 slept two or three hours with
out the use of opiates. I continued to ap
ply it freely night and morning, and in two
weeks 1 was able to be up and out of duurs.
I now consider my fell well.
SI. W. Kakmkk,
Keeper of Susieusiou Bridge, Nashville,
February 7th, l7i
Orders filled promptly by
CLAUK, rUAZIEK A CO,
auslO-tf. Nashville, Tenii,
Louisville aol Cincinnati Short
SHOBT laMTE RA1XSOAD,
With its connections is S hour quicker
to Eastern cities than any other Kail Line
from Louisville, and P hours In advance of
the river route. This is the only Lin mak
ing Baltimore in '25 hours, Philadelphia, in
n hours. Washington in '11 hours. New
York in 3".' hours, Uoslou in C hours.
Southern Fat Line
Daily except Sunday, 7JMta.ni. p.m.
Cincinnati Express, 3. i." p.m. lilOp.lll.
" nubt r-x press ex
cept Saturday 10.4') p.m. 5.W a.m.
Leximrtoa Mail, Daily
except Sunday, COO a.m. O.rVi p.m.
Lexington Express Dai
ly except Sunday, i..'10 p.m 10..TO. ajn.
dation, daily except
Sunday 4.o p.m. sj.ij.m.
Daily except Sunday 3..Vi p.m. 10.IW im
Sleeping Car on 10.40 p. re. Kound trip
tickets to Cincinalti and Covinirton at re
duced rates. Ticket offices depot. 3.1 and
Main Streets, (Salt Hoiw, Louisville Hotel,
and Willard Hotel. Teleirmnn to n-riire
sleeping ear berths to Eastern cities will be
S. S. PARKER,
G,tu'l l,s.s"r and Ticket At.
J. C. Oimi kki in;,
SupU Louisville, Ky.
mar. 2 ly.
Take tne Louisville Koute
i'or All Tutuls
NOKT1I, EAST AND WEST,
Quicker Time and Less Changes of
Uars than by any other i:outc.
NO CIIANE OF CARS FROM
JACK OX TO LOTJISVILI.
Only One Change to
New York, Cleveland, Pitts
burg, I'mlailelphia. Chicago,
) ill a, iuiiagv,
But two change to Bailiiuore, Washington
Fare as low J any othrr Iteute.
BAG'AGE CHECKED THROUGH
Ask (or Tickets via Louisville.
The Freight Department of this line has
been thoroughly re-orsranized with a speci-
al view to accommodating the freight traf
fic between the North aud South, and its
advantages whict it oilers iu low rates,
dispatch, saving of insurance and prompt
settlement of all claim for loss, damage,
overcharge, etc., making it far superior to
any competing route.
Throueh bills ft laiiini; al t'Uaracteea
rates, may be procured at all priiicii al Kail-
roau omces m i-astem cmc.
ALiiLUT r IN Iv,
W. H. King, 0. 1. & T. A.
AND DEALERS l.V
Patent Medicines, Leads, Oils, Varnishes,
imUSIICS, l EUFV M Kit Y, FANCY 1001S. .VO.
MAIN STREET, JACKSON TENIM.
UNION FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP,
CUBBINS & GUNN, Proprietors,
3os. 100 and 174 Adams st., Memphis, Trail.
Steam Enlucs aud Saw Mills, Shafting, Coui-llnffs, Pul
leys, Hanger, Hoses, etc.
Atillli ri-TI KAI
Citen IVessis., 'tli.n 4iin tienrin. Iin
iens, Siuciit!i, Uudgcons, llidts, etc.
All Kind of Steamboat "Work Done l'roniptly.
ITT Orders fur 15rass and Iron Castings, and all Lauds ot Wrought Iron Work so
s - ?
fiiJ l-.-. m - j li" fc L - J - Tr
fpilK HOTKL st this celebrated watering Tlare is now 0nn lor the reception of vlsl--L
tors. The Waters are altaolutcly um-qualed In their bralinjr iwerover lrpr ,
Scrslala, D j spopsia , Ulusui of M oason, and tlisa-nm" of the Skin ami Kio
ncys. The htcaliuu is in a hill country, nrar alx suliUil rock-bound rrvrk.lhe air
bracing and pure, the ao-nery lcli(;hUul. liilliards. Bar. Ten-fins. Music, Promenade.
D.mciiij;, and all the fashionable umusemeuts aro abundaully supphcl, aud the Table
atiords ihe best of Country Kare.
llou'e, via, Memphis and Charleston Uailroad to Ftoreucu. SLa-.-e lAuo nine imb-stu
Hoard, per day, fT; per week, I3; per mouth, .'j0. Tor fuithr information, cinu
lars, etc., address
CL.LI9 CO., Proprietors, or
june 1-:iii. II. A. nooili, pi. D., Kcaitlcut jtlitu.
DKALLP-Sln all kinds of l'aints and Painters Material, auck as Kiiislms, irinii
Tools, A., opHite the M. & O. it. U. depot, Jackson, Teuu. Orders from tbo coun
try solicited and promptly attended to. mayl!-oin
Ml'rl 14 I 1 II H I!
1IU entire t-tock, complete in all departments will bo sold at
Ills Xriec Isist Im exhibited for Iiispoelion lo
every one and will give you fair mIiovi iiig be
Those who buy to the amount oi $-10, will
have the beiielit of 5 per cent, discount.
apl 13 Cm
Dank of Tennessee.
Tho old and new Issues of the ltank ol
Tennessee, and all other uncurrent money
taken at the highest market value at
Dll. J. liKADFIELD S
"Woman's Hct FrlemL"
WILLbrinson the Sfenses when thy
have not been established, also when
they have been suppressed from unnatural
causes. Will cure Kbcumalisui and eu
ralpaof the back and womb. M ill cure
Painful Menstruation, and relieve the head,
back and loins of those distressing paius
anil aches. Will rlixck menorrhais or
'excessive flow." Will cure "Whites" and
falling of tho womb, when it is the result
of relaxation or bad health.
It is as sure a cure in all the a)xve disea
ses as (Quinine is in Chills and Kever.
Ladies ran cure thcninelveo of all the
above diseases without revealing their
complaints to any jwrson, which is always
mortifying to their pride aud Biodrsty.
It Is recommended and used by the best
phrsicians fu their private practice.
f'or a history of the above diseases, ccr
tilieatcs of ft wonderful cures and direc
tions, the reader is referred to the wrapper
around the bottle.
Manufactured and sold bv
DUAUr ltl.D & CO.,
Atlanta, t a.
Sold ny all Pruckrists. Price SO.
3T Neklv Ja KuuKRTsj Agents at Jack
Juue 21 1S71-12HL.
THE OLD RELIABLE
FOIi TIIIUTY-TWO YEAKS
Has been tested in every variety of climate,
and by almost every nation knownlo Auier-ioau-s.
Since the Pain-Killer was first introduced
and met with such unsurpassed sale, many
l.imuients. K-iiefs, 1'anaceas, ami other
Ueiuedics, have Iwn oflerco lo the public
but uot one ol'theui baa ever attained the
truly enviable standing of the Pain-h iller.
tr?'WHY 18 THIS SO? 3
It is bix-ause Iavls' I'ain-Kiiier is what
it claims to he, a reliever of pain.
Its Merits are Unsurpassed.
If you are suffering fruni uitcrnaf pain,
twenty te thirty drops in a little water will
almost intanlly cure you. There i nothing
to eual iu In a few ininutm it cures
Colic, Cramps, Spasms, Heart-Hum,
iJiarrhae, Dysentery, 1'lux, Wind
iu tho Howels, Sour Stom
ach, Dyspepsia and Sick
In sections of the country where
FEVIiU AND AG UK
prevails, there l no remedy held in rreat-r
esteem. J'ersons travelling should keep ft
by them. A tew drops in water will prevent
sickness or bowel troubles from change ol
rYom foreign coimtrio tbecalls for 1'aiu
Killer are jrrcat. It is found to cure
Colic tohen all other remedies fail.
When used externally, as a liniment,
nolliinuive quicker eae In Hums, Cuts,
I!ruiM.-, Sprain. Stinrs from Insects, and
Scalds. It removes the tire, and the wound
heals like ordinary sores. Thoe siitlerinir
with Ilbeiimalisni, (iout or Neuralgia, if
not a positive cure they can find the Pain
Killer s."ives them relief when no other rem
It giiet instant relief to Aching
From lvIO to this day, 17:2, (Thirty-two
years,) l'try Davis' I'aiu-Kilier has had ne
tvery Housekeeper should keep it at
hand to apply it ut the. lirst attack of any
pain. Is will eive satisfactory relief, and
save hours ot sutlerin'.
Do not trifle wuh yourselves by testing
untried remedies. Be ure you calf fur aud
irct the scnuiuc I'ain-Kilier, as many worth
less nostrums are attempted to be sold on
the reputation of this valuable meilieine.
Directions accompany each bottle. .Price 'Si
cents. 50 and f 1 per bottle,
J. I1AKKI9 JE Co.. Cincinnati. Ohio.
I'roprietors for the bou'.hern aud Western
Sold by Meiiiciue Dealers Generally uml
lor Sale by
J. c. 1-llSAN Jackson, Tcnn..
NEKLY KOBKltTS, '
SCOTT.A BliO., lUuinboldt.
of Jfucum ',
Columns, Lintels, Sills, tiratins and Venti
- - "--"' '-f '", : '-7 -. I
Opposite Tost Office.
No mother should be without a bottle of
Clark &. Fuller's Ambrosial Oil. 11 cures
Cramp Colic and Kar-acho as soon as ap
plied. CLAUK, FUAZIEU Si CO., l'ro
prietors, Nashvillo, Tcun.
For sale by all Pru'ista and Dialers.
Z. N. WRIGHT,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Saddles and Harness,
Dridlets,Trunk8, Valises, Etc,
South Sidk Lafayettk St.,
Between Market and Shannon.
juue 1 -ly.
I he I'rcple hart t'beaeu. '1 lie ex-
M-nence of years has convince an inb lli
Kent public that lor all ailments involving
weakuess and irritability of the stomach,
obstructions in the bowels, a morbid condi
tion of the liver and nervous fvbf lity,
TarranVs ETerrert Seltzer
Is the surest, safest and swifV.t remedy.
Not merely ajrrreabte, but absolutely deli
cious te tlie paiatti, ft also possesses four
medicinal element which have sever ticca
united in the sania happjr proportion in
any other preparation, it is the cnl!cst
aud most painless of cathartics, a wonder
ful tonic, an tinex-eptionablealterative snd
a certain corrective of all impurities which
may exist in the blood nr other 11 lids of ihe
Iswiy. Decline all imitations of the genu
ine article. Sold by all druijists.
Lit' of Holers &
. r. PANiMtiixir.
Lite of Dandrid;;e,
MiU hell A Co.
JL-J H i .j
Rogers & Dandridgc,
COTTOX FACTO US
And wholesale dealers in
Groceries and 'Provisions,
No. 332 Front Street,
Between Monroe and Union,
Grundy County, Tenn.
SEASON OF 1872.
riVIIE hotel will lieopen fir the accommo
A dation of guvsta lrom
June 15th to October 15th.
OlARtiKrt for llnAftn. liy the dav. f.I;
by tho week, f II .si; by the month, j-i on.
Children and Servants half price, and ac
cording to room oucupird.
lU-idcnt I'hy-ieiau, Dr. J. J. WIN
STUN, ot Nashville.
Amide arrangements have been nude for
Cstablishiu a First-class l.iuc by way l
the Southern University and Tncy City.
rascni:er by this route will leave tlie
Nashvillo and Chattanooga Kallroad at
Cewan, and nmkim; close connections, will
ari ive at the Sprint,' before m.'Ut. A nood
lino aud close connections, alxi, via Xulla
huina it McMiuuville.
S. iL bcuXT A CO., l'ropru tois.