Newspaper Page Text
WHIG AND TRIBUNE.
l. in. wisuun,
JACKdOX, SATURDAY. OCT. 1, 1W73.
A Valuable I'owcr Press lor
IJeiuij iu daily expectation of our
mammoth new sream Power Press,
we will sell the hml Power Press
we are now Printing the Whio and
Tribune, on. It id a Campbell
Press, and in good order, as ia evi
dent from the character of the work
upon our paper. Editors desiring
to obtain a better and faster press
than any that goes by band, will
do well to correspond with us on
the subject. It will be disposed of
in thirty days.
D. M. WISDOM & CO.
OTH NEW NTCAM PREMM.
Our New Steam Power Press has
arrived, and will bo put in position
as soon as possiblo, and the old
Whig and Tribune will be en
larged to her natural dimensions,
just as aoon as it can be done. We
intend to maintain the p ro-e mi
ne tice it has so long enjoyed, if
energy, industry, and all the abili
ty wo posiosa can keep it there.
Our circulation is larger now than
it ever has been; and there is a heal
thy flow of new readers to the old
Wiiia and Tribune every week.
lit iOII OFFICE
Is now complete. We have just
received forty fonts of new and ele
gant type for our Job Office, ia ad
dition to the magnificent assort
ment we had on hand before.
Cyne one, come all. Our Job Office
is in charge of Mr. D. L. Batch,
who is one of the best Job Prin
ters in the State, and who will
warrant satisfaction in all cases.
The Marshall Gaiettesays: Jas
Ilaynes, an old and respectable cit
izen, died at Cornersville, Tuesday;
23d of September.
Dr. Jno. D. Winston, one of the
most eminent medical practitioners,
in Nashville, died in that city last
Mr. Kugeno McGevney, an old
and well known citizen of Mem
phis, died at his homo in that city
Tho Gallatin Tennesseeun eaya
that Typhoid fever is prevailing to
a considerable extent in Sumner
A private iottor from Williamson
county last week, says the flux has
prevailed in almost all parts of that
county for three months pist.
The Chattanooga Times thinks
tho weak point of that city, if it has
any weak point, is "modesty!"
There's richness, for you.
The Bolivar Bulletin wants a tax
levied on dogs, and all the proceeds
turned into- the school fund. A
A Grain Klevotor is to erected at
Johnsonville. Tho lumber is being
ot ready for the work, and it will
soon bo completed.
Tho county soatof GruDdy coun
ty has been moved from AUamont
to Tracy city, by an overwhelming
voto of the people.
Frank Taa, Clerk of the first
Circuit Court of Shelby county,
died in Memphis, of Yellow fever,
The Huntingdon Republican, of
Sept. 20th, announces the death of
Capt. Nathan Maasey, of Dropsy,
at his how near Marlboro, Carroll
county, Sept. 20th, aged 60 years.
Nathan Davidson, who fled from
Memphis to avoid Yellow fever,
took the disease nni died at his
father's residence, in the Northern
part of Shelby county, Friday,
Jno. F. Titus, tho eldest son of
the lato Frazier Titus, was taken
with Yellow fever after he left the
city, and died la:it Sunday, at the
residence of Mr. W. R. Edmondaon,
twelve miles from Memphis.
Hog or no hog, was voted on by
the citizens of Nashville last Satur
day, and it was nip and tuck, which
should win. There were 4,399
votes polled, and "no hog" beat the
hog by only 5 votes.
The Bol ivar Bulletin says: The
frame building, near the railroad,
in that place, known as Powel's cor
ner, and occupied by Jno. B. Muse,
as a Family Grocery and Saloon,
was burned down last week.
The Brownsville Boe records the
death of Annie, aged 13 years,
daughter of Jas. T. Hopkins, who
resides near Brooklio, Haywood
county. It is the old story of kind
ling a ire with coal oil, an explo
sion and death.
Willis Barnes, a colorod man who
was tried last week at Nashville,
as an accessory, before the fact, to
the murder of Mrs. Susan Housen
in Davidson county, last spring,
was found guilty by the jury, and
sentencod to tho penitentiary for
The Troy Times office was mov
ed to Union City, with a view to
publishing tho Obion News at the
latter place. After the removal,
Messrs. Blaukenship & Baker
bought the office, and moved it back
to Troy, where they will publish
the Obion News.
Tho Appeal of Monday says that
Capt. John Clark, a conductor on
Memphis and Louisville railroad,
who was early last wook taken
dwn with Yellow fever, on his ar
rival at Paris, has successfully pass
ed the crisis of the disease, aud will
soon be at his poet again. Also
Mr. Robert Walker, who hud the
disease at Paris, is on rising ground,
and, without accident, will soon be
The Memphis Register calls up
on the city fathers to pass an ordi
nance to forbid the digging of sand
on the river front of that city. It
says property worth thousands of
dollars now, and prospectively
worth millions, will be rendered
valueless, unless the city puts a stop
to the habit of digging building
jeand from under the bluffij.
Last Saturday thera was an elec
tion in Nashville, for Mayor. There
were two candidates, Thomas A.
Kercheval, incumbent, Republican,
and K. J. Morris, ex-Mayor, demo
crat. Jiercheval was elected, beat
ing Morris 695 votes. They were
rival candidates a year ago, but
Morris attributed his dofeat to the
pretence of a third candidate of hi
owu party, who receive. I over yiJU
votes, 1 his result, it a party teat,
is not very favorable to the demo
cratic cause in our capitol city.
Kercheval says, however, that he
doos not attribute his election to
party, but to an approval of his
Brawa, Eul 4c Bullock.
This firm has added a strong nam a
to its membership. Mr. Enloe twice
represented Carroll county in the
Legislature, and although he had
just passed his majority, he stood de.
aervedly high as an able, faithful and
honest man. His letral attainments
are of the first order, he, having grad
uated at Lebanon with first honors.
There is no better draftsman than
Jno. L. Brown, and he watches his
clienta interest with proverbial vigi.
lance. Mr. Bullock is a "born law.
yer," having inherited much of the
legal acumen and skill of hisdistin
guished father. In short the firm is
entitled to a large share of pnblic con
fidence, and will doubtless secure it
in the shape of numerous clients and
Th Flare lo get Your Moafj Bark.
John H. Duke, Trustee, at Glass'
old stand, has a very large and ele
gant assortment of goods for sale so
cheap that it will astonish those who
have been accustomed to buy goods
at the "long" priced stores. He sells
exclusively for cash. Call and se
the foods, and you will be aura to
It is rumored that President
Grant has tendered the Chief Justice,
ahip of the U. S. to Hon. Roscoe
Conkling, U. 8. Senator from New
York, and that he will accept.
Conkling is a man of ability, and if he
an divot himself of his partizan
prejudices and bitter feelings, will
not be a bad selection.
Was muddy, sloppy and drippy.
A great many people especially la
dies in going to the various churches
in the city, had to cross Main street
between the Presbyterian church and
R. II. Aaderson's corner. Upon the
public footway about 12 o'clock Sat
urday that miserable "Pub Func"
who has charge of the street re
pairing, caused two or three wagou
loads of brisk bats to be deposited,
and there they remained through the
whole of Sunday, and nntil afternoon
Monday, greatly to the detriment and
and discomfort of pedestrians. The
inverted blessings heaped upon the
head of the author of this piece of
imbecility or wickedness, during the
Sabbath, were enough, if they had
specific gravity, to sink him forever
from public sight.
3T Success ii the best test of superiori
ty; the wonderful ilrm mil for SIMMONS'
LIVER REGULATOR is ono of the con
vincing proor tbat this article is apprecia
ted above everything olsecf the kind.
However much ita jo- loin detainers may
throw their shafts, truth will prevail, and
so will the medicine.
Oca Imprcpknck tuk Cause of Consumption-.
How many of ms can date the
cause of our 1.1st sickness to either a crow
ded room, and then earning out la the ccld
air, or wearing damp clothes causing; a
couuU which settles upon the lung, produ.
cinx seated pain in the chest. Allen's
Lung IS 4 1 sain will check the disease and
restore health to the ty stem, if only used in
Remember aud call at the Drug Stores
tor Allen' Lun Blsam. Every family
should keep it at band. Oct 4-lni
sir Tho failure of Jay Cooke &
Co. the first brick in the row
was for a Hula over $7,000,000; and
the Assets they have to 'pay with
amount to about $15,000,000 but
theso assets consist of stocks in rail
roads, mines aud manufactories,
and are perhaps worth twenty-fir
eents on the dollar perhaps mora
than half of theni not worth as
much as ten cents to the hundred
dollars. It is no matter of aston
ishment to any one, when we come
to reflect upon it, that such men,
thus recklessly engaged in a reck
less aud rascally attempt to bore
auger holes with a gimlet, should
miserably fail in business. It would
be a causa for marvel if they did
l&r Cairo has been wrestling for
two or three weeks with a very
malignant form of billious fever,
which they are at length forced to
acknowledge is yellow fever. Ow
ing to climatic causes, it. is less fa
tal than the same disease is farther
19 The Memphis papers call
loudly upon ' the absent citizens"
those who are absent from the pes
tilence cursed city with plenty of
money in their pockets, to send a
portion of their abundance, for the
relief of the sick and destitute at
home. The call is timely, perti
nent, and ought to be heeded by
those who are at a 6afo distance.
We trust that not only the citizens
of Memphis, in our midst, but our
own citizens, who are so closely
identified by blood and business,
with that unfortunate city, will con
tribute to their necessities, which
are so great and urgent.
t& There was a time in this
country when official honesty was
the rule, and thj want of it the ex
ception. But, alas! how all this is
changed. If an honest govern
ment official, State or National, ia
found, he is classed among the rara
aci$ of the age, aud it would be
worth a journey half across the
continent to see him. The last de
velopment wa notice, is the default
of the Post Master at Pittsburgh,
Pa., lor a very larga amount.
The f all Fair A 5rw Feasor.
The Fairs in Europe are places of
barter and sale as well as meetings for
the exhibition of products, stock,
and manufactured articles. The peo
ple attend them in great crowds from
all the countrv for miles around, ta-
king with tiiera fieir surpulus, for
barter or trade. Thn3 in Kurort I
Fairs are a double blessing, encour
aging enterprise and skill, while at
the same time tliey offer unequalled
facilities for the exchange or sale of
products, stock etc. We learn
through a communication in another
column from Maj- Hurt, Pres't. of the
West Tenn. Agricultural and Mechan
ical Association, that this plan which
the wisdom of centuries approves,
will be to some extent a permanent
feature of our Fairs in this city. A
4 number of the best breeders in Ken
tucky and Middle Tenn. have signifi
ed their intent to be here on the 28th
with herds of thoroughbred aud gra
ded cattle, hogs, sheep and horse,
all of which will be offered at public
sale each day of the Fair, thus afford
ing the people of West Tenn. unequal
facilities for improving their stock.
We are highly pleased with this fea
ture, and hope that it will not only
become permanent, but will be so en
larged as to embrace everything ex
hibited. Should such be the case,
our Fairs ini''ht hold ten instead of
five days, in no wise decreasing in in
terest to the close. The action of the
President and Directors in this matter
ia additional evidence of the superior
ability with which they are conduct
ing the affairs of the Association over
which they preside, and at once pla
ces our Fair ahead of any in the State,
in interest and in practical good. In
deed so many evidences, all pointing
to the same fact, are coming daily to
hand, that the meeting this Fall in
Jackson will sarpass all others in gen
eral interest, we feel justified, in ad
vance, in proclaiming the Jackson
Fair second only to St. Louis, in the
bjuth or West. Let our people,
we mean all the people of West
Tennessee, do their duty, and see to
it that West Tennessee does not suf
fer by comparison with other sections
or States on that occasion. And peo
ple of Madison, men and women, re
member what you have at fctaka, aud
don't be caught "sleeping on duty."
The Panic. For two weeks past
the country has been going thro'
the throws of a monetary panic,
and its effects have been wide
spread, and almost universal, in the
suspension of business, and a mone
tary lock up. From all quarters
we hear the notes of cheer, and see
the expression of a much more
hopeful future than could reasona
bly be looked for. One of the pos
sible good results of this disturb
ance may bo who knows but it
will be? the resumption of specie
payments by tho banks throughout
the country. Such a consumma
tion is devoutly to ho wished for,
but we fear hardly to be expected.
From every quarter East,
West, North and South, comes the
cheering word that the financial
muddle is clearing up, and there is
just a little hope that we may soon
have smooth sailing again.
now far the commercial pauio may
affect our railroad projects should be
seriously considered. Jackson neods
other railroads than those which now
minister to her wants, and we are al
ready told that several roads, in the
aourse of construction, have been
stopped for the lack of funds. It is
alleged that the cry of "down with
monopolies" has borne bitter fruits.
Capitalists in Europe have been
frightened by it, and have ceased to
advance money to be invested in
Western and Southern securities.
Prominent railroad men foresaw this
result, but were powerless toavert it,
and the end is, a suspension of work,
a reduction of pay-rolls and the
throwing out of employment of a
large unmber of hands who have n
other means of subsistence.
The "Locomotive works in the
East are dismissing men by the hun
dreds, and car-shops will be forced
into similar economy." Rolling mills
and iron f u maces will also be heavy
losers. If it be true, then, that the
war upon railroads has driven off tha
friends of corporations, which ara
powerful and rich, is it not almost
certain that our pet railroad projects
must inevitably languish for the want
of money to foster, sustain and build
them ? It may be that farmers in the
Northwestern States have destroyed
the "goose that laid the golden egg,"
aud that with cribs of corn rotting
for purchasers, they will starve tha
workingmen of our cities, and fore
close the mortgages on their own
farms. Without foreign capital but
few of our railroads could have ever
been built, and that is not a wise
policy which refuses to propitiate the
money-god who, alone, is sufficient
for our temporal salvation. We should
understand that money in large sums
seeks a safe investment at a low rate
of interest rather than a hazardous
one at a high rate, aud we must not
expect capitalists to build up, at
enormous cost, an enterprise for us,
which we will in turn labor to cripple
if not destroy. Let the roads ceaae
their exactious npon farmers, and let
farmers look upon railroads, badly
managed as many of them are, rather
as a blessing than a curse. There
ought to be a just and happy medi
um, a common plane on which all can
stand. If such a policy is pursued
we may induce capitalists to spend
their mouey in our behalf, and put
new life into the skeleton railways
that drag their unseemly lengths
across the face of our country. At
this time the South can hardly hope
to push to early completion very
many of her projected and much
needed lines, and that policy is to be
deprecated which precipitates a war
between corporations and the people
who are to derive untold benefits by
and cut of their construction.
Rutherford county has a to
tal scholastic population, between
six and tweaty-one, of 11,600.
OSE BY ONK.
The Jackson Courier, under the ed
itorial control of Messrs. Gats &
Hamby, made its appearance in this
city on Thursday List. Its mechani
cal execution reflects gre.it credit up
on the proprietors. It is well filled
with advertisements, ami has a bright
outlook for the future.
Its political tone, as foreshadowed
in th? leader of its Senior Editor, is
reprehen-ible, and deserves condem
nation . It proposes non-partisanship,
yet proposes to reflect and perpetuate
in its columns, the principles of the
"good old Whig party," so far, at
least, as the prt.-ent may demand
their application, and in another part
of the paper denounces the democrat
ic party with all the malignacy f an
old time hater. Such a course will do
no good. It will make enemies when
friends might have been secured. It
will stir up old feuds awaken old
jealousies and animosities and at
last aubairve no useful purpose.
The senior doubtless intends rumina
ting at length in the grave-yard of
whiggtry, and we shall expect very
often to see his leadrrs headed
''Hark from the toniS- a doleful sound"
and it will be a sad sight to behold
him exhuming old political fossils in
the dark confines of the tomb, with
this inscription on his spade "'-j a
year invariably in aJvanee," which
is about the sum and ubstaaee of the
twaddle in his t'rst is-ne. Tha old
Whig, who is fond of anicut litera
ture, aud is of a melancholy turn of
mind, sufficient to enjoy the lamenta
tions of the modern Jeremiah should
lose no time in subscribing for the
Jesting aside, we really wish the
Courier the highest pecuniary success,
and we sincerely desire its owners to
realize their highest anticipations.
A peep through this live house ia
good for the sora ryes, and cheering
to one depressed by financial failures,
bank suspensions, and the downward
tendency of cotton. We have not
seen a better selected stock of Goods
in Jackson since the war, and we
know that it has been bought with
special regard to the trade of this sec
tion. Mr. Jas. W. Anderson went in
person to the Eastern markets, and
availed himself of the privileges and
advantages always offered to first
In this house is to be found, Maj.
S. D. Burnett, one of the best and
most obliging salesmen in Jackson,
and whose thorough understanding
of the business peculiarly fits him to
please all customers upon whom he
may wait. If you waut new and
beautiful prints, domestics of every
brand, clothing of the best quality,
and in short a complete outtit for
winter, just call upon Anderson ISros.,
who will always be glad to serve you.
Yellow Fevor iu Memphis.
Taking the city papers as a guide,
we think there has beeu a vast a
niount of useless skadadlmg, and any
quantity of useless talk about the
prevalence of Yellow fever in Mem
phis. We have given the daily mor
tuary list for the last two weeks, as
given oflicially in the papers, and
fcliall coutinue to do so, lon a tho
disease prevails. Last Friday, Sept.
26tb, there were fourteen deaths from
Yellow fever; on Saturday there were
tweaty-one deaths; on Sunday there
were sixteen; and on Monday there
were seventeen deaths of the disease;
on Tuesday there were fourteen
deaths; and on Wednesday there were
fifteen. Our paper goes to press be
fore the arrival of the m:iil on Friday,
giving the number of deaths Thurs
We spent Saturday last at Hum
boldt, one of the most flourishing of
West Tennessee cities, and were grat
ifled too see the evidences of improve
ment which met us on every hand
While Humboldt is the youngest, she
is one of the most progressive cities
in Tennessee. Her business men are
enterprising and aggressive, and fully
imbued with the spirit of the times.
In another column we publish a Hum'
baldt directory, which will prove in
teresting to all who deal in th.it city
or have business transactions with
her merchants. The directory re
ferred to contains the names, busi
ness and iocation of most of the lead
ing firms, all of whom we do most
cordially recommend to our readers,
With such men to pilot her fortunes
through the seas of ommerce, Hum
boldt can but have a bright and suc
Humboldt Item s
The yellow fever panic bag entirely sub
sided here, and in fact there was no reason
for auy excitement, as tbe cases we have
had came here from Memphis, two cf whom
died and the otber two ure about well. So
far as we are advised Humboldt wa never
healthier nor her people more prosperous".
The success of the Odd Fellows' Female
College under the control of Prof. Johnston
has thus far greatly exceeded the mot
anguine expectations of Us warmest sup
The Masonic Male College, with Prof.
Pettus, President, is all that we could ask,
though tbe building is not large enough to
accommodate the studeats.
On the 14th inst. a vote will be taken In
the Corporation to ascertain the will of the
people to vote a tax upon themselves for
the purpose of building a Male College.
Tbe money panic does not seem to aflect
our cotton market, as the Usual amount is
till brought in dally aud selling at Mem
One cf the citizens of M-tdison, though
living near the Gibson line, was arraigned
before Judges II s and C n, a few
day's ago, for falsely representing himself
to be an officer; the proof was taken, but
the Court still holds the case up under ad
visement. The Court is now under arrest
for doing the Judicial role without author
On last Wednesday evening our youn"
friend J. J. R. Adams of the lirm of Ad
ams & Bro. killed, near this place, three
wild turkeys, while out on a little souirrel
hunt. Johu is determined that the scrip
tural assertion lle that provideth not for
his own, and especially those or his own
household, hath denied the faith and it
worse than an infidel," shall not apply to
We enjoyed a pleasant visit from Ye
Local of the WHIG asd Tribcxk, on last
Saturday. Bob's visit wag one of business,
and although business men are sometimes
bored by newspaper men, we are sure that
another visit or tha same kind would be
very acceptable to those or our business
mea whom he failed to see while here.
tTrnr;Pwrn by Prorlnmatlan j
lrlri I liere" mo Laical ft.le-liil j
till iV7. !
AbMomrnl Which will Mix Thlna
t ousiderubly in That State.
S'tial lH-natca to the Avalanche.
Jackson", Miss., September 29.
The fallowing proclamation of Gov
ernor Powera i published in this even
ing's paper. The Pilot speaks of it
editorially as incaad:ary and revolu
State or Mississippi,
The accompanying ullieial opinion
of the Attorn -y-Geueral of the State
is published for the consideration and
guidance ot the executive civil author
ities of the several counties.
The chief executive is firmly con
vinced attar the most full consulta
tion with the Attorney-General and
leading members of the bar in various
portion of the State, and after the most
anxious reflection up n the grave sub-jt-ct
here discussed by the Attorney
General that his opinion is correct,
and that according to the constitution
no election should be held in this
State until November, 1374, when
members of .Conjrress and all the
Stateand county officers will be elect
ed together and the double and an
ntcessary expense of animal elections
avoided f ;r all future time, it is the
purpose of the Executive to assemble
the two houses of the Legislature at
an early day in extraordinary Bession,
that they may provide by appropriate
legislation for the general election to
be ht-ld on the Tuesday after the first
Mouday iu November, 1874. He
therefore appeals to the people of all
parties and enjoins it upen all the
olKcers of tlie Mtate and of the several
counties to aid him in carrying into
practical effect the provision.- of the
constitution bearing on this impor
In testimony whereof I have here
unto placed my Laud and caused the
great seal of the .State of Mississippi
to bo affixed, this 13tu day of Septem
ber, A. 1). 1S73.
li. C Powebs. Governor,
By the Gov luor.
"H. C. Cartes, Secretary of State
jfcay Hon. John M. Bright, mem
ber of Congress from the 4th dis
trict, has issued a four column card
to the voters, trying to vindicate
the "back salary grab." lie don't
succeed worth a cent. Where si
lence is sense, it is folly to be gab
bling. arHon. A. A. Freeman, who
was a few months ago sent abroad
as a foreign minister, we learn has
returned to his home afT Browns
ville whether on a visit, or to stay,
we do not learn.
I nrOKTANT TO TAX-PAYERS
Jndenirnt unit condemnation of Ie
liiMinenl l'rperly Anketl for mid
From the Memphis Appeal, Sept. 17.
Yesterdav George R. Powell, tax
collector of Shelbv county, presented
a list of property on which the taxes
remain due and unpaid, and moved
the tirst circuit court for judgment of
condemnation against all the items ef
property named in said report, for
the taxes due and unpaid thereon for
the year 1872. The aaid motion was
considered as to the lot of G. T. Beau
regard, No. 35, Williams' sub-division,
west side of Lauderdale street,
southwest corner of Jackson street,
six and fiftcen-hundreths acres, ly
ing in civil district No. 14, in Shelby
county, Tennessee, and valued at six
thousand five hundred dollars, the
taxes due thereon being sixty-eight
dollars and twenty-five cents. Judge
Heiskell overruled the motion to cou
lmii, and the court waa of the opin
ion that the collector iu not entitled
to judgment of condemnation accord
ing to his motion, because the law un
der vhich he asks it has been repealed
by tiie geueral law on the subject of
assessment aud collection ef taxes,
approved March 25, 1878. The court
siiyi that because no authority for the
motion is given in said act of March
25, 1873, the motion is denied and o
ve;iuled. Mr. Powell, appealed from
the ruling of Judge Heiskell and filed
his bill of exceptions to the special
term of the supreme court that con
venes at Jackson the first Monday in
This is a very interesting case, aud
its argument before the supreme court
will, perhaps, result in something def
inite touching the question at issue.
The supreme court have already ad
judicated some of the principles in
volved nnder the new assessment act,
and hold that all lands, reported after
April 2, 1S73, can only be sold under
the naw act above referred to.
C9 A double blessing is he who
provides well for the present, and
who "leaveth an inheritance" to rej
reseutiog him when he is gone. At
age thirty-five a policy for ten thou
sand will cost one hundred and fifty
dollars on the reuewal-term-plan f
the Mound City Life Insurance com
pany. The difference between the an
nual payments, at mutual an renewa
ble term rates, deposited in a savings
bank from year to year, and accumu
lated at six per cent interest, will, in
twenty-five years amount to over three
thousand six hundred dollars, equiv
alent to an annual dividend of fifty
five per cent ! This is quite a sum to
save for present use whilst keeping in
force all the time a policy for ten thou
sand dollars of reliable indemuity.
The Company furnishes the strong
guarantee of a capital paid iu of half
a million dollars, and a reserve suffi
cient to provide a ratio of assetts to
liabilities ofS194; or, for every 8100
of liability, $191 of assetts.
Please remember that a man, say
40 years old, can get a Policy for
$15.89 on the thousand, on the renewable-term-plan,
Mound City Life In
surance Com v any.
Further information as to the com
pany or its plans will be cheerfully
furnished by Col, James M. William
son, Hon. Jacob Thompson. Charles
Kortrecht, Esq., Mr. W. P. Deadrick,
Dr. A. A. Burleson, Henry C. Steever,
Maj. J. V, Scales, a:id many other
large policy and stockholders in Mem
phis ; and no objection will be made
to forwarding applications for policies,
by J.B. Oliver, manager Memphis de
partment, 39 Madison street Mem
When a man 'squats' on another
man's claim in Nevada, he is first told
to irise.' If he won't rise he is shot at,
and if this fail, a crowd of men haul
him up to a limb and leave him to en
joy the morning air.
Mrs. E. J. Alexander has just returned
from the East with a complete assortment
of MILLINERY and HAIR GOODS.
Also a nice line cf Beit Buckle), Dress
Buckles for trimming dresses, Dress But
tons, Teil Has, Coreets, Hair ornament.
Neck-ties, Collars Notions, etc., etc. 2t
Messrs,J. H. Lee A Co. have just opened
at Spring Creek, a new and splendid stock
of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, etc., all bought for cash, sad will
be sold oa the same terms extra cheap.
We know Mr. Lee of this firm personally
and we can recommend him Co the people
of the Spring Creek country as a merchant
and gentleman of the highest character.
He thoroughly understands his business,
and ia la perfect accord with the progress
ive spirit of the tinges. When he says be
win tell cheai lie means aU he says. Try j
kirn. ost4-2t '
That Z. N. Wright & Co.' Saddle and
Harn Storo ha been moved to No. 2 An
derson Jfc Taylor's block, ou Market street.
They have opened an unusually large
aud a thoroughly complete to-k to which
tiiey invite spwial attention. There is no
more reiioblf, un 1 or competent firm
any where, nor oue thit has and will con
tinue to give more general sali-faction in
all tbeir dealing. V.'e heartily endore
theru to tbe pubiic and besjak f r them
increased patronage. oct4 St
Tils N'kw RKST4LRANT.-Mcs.rs. Payne
4 Weaver, tikrrr to Ueo. Taymon.have
opcni-d a tirst tlis restaurant under the
Bank Exchange, opposite the court house,
corner of ii uu street and Central al'ev.
These young men are thorough experts in
the restaurant business, and are setting a
table that would do credit to any city.
They attend to their buMnet in person,
have the very best and ino.t cxptrieaced
waiters, cooks of the first class and every
facility necessary for tLc successful conduct
of a first class establishment. We hops
the roung men will ucceed, fir they are in
every way deservmg of success. leaU at
all hours. Game, hh acj oysters served
in any style on order. We recommend
them to the patronage of the public gene
!o to llollauil A Wilbou't
For anything you need iu fancy and sta
ple Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, hocs, IlaU
and Cups. Clothing, Furnishing Goods, etc.
It is a pleasure to show goods. Come and
see. Parker's block. octl 2t
Three Milliners and Six Dress Makers at
Mrs. E. J. Alexander's Emporium ot Fash
ion. Noue but the best need apply. 2t
Mess: R. A. Tread well A Co., have in
store tbe largest stock of Groceries, Bag
ging and Ties in the city. Their atock i
rcal'y immense. Call and priee their
M I LLIXERT!
Mrs. Farris informs her lady
friends that she is now reooiving her
Fall and Winter styles of Millinery
Goods. Call and see them, oot 4-8 in
Save Your Jlonej!
If you want to save money hoy your
Clothing, BooU, Shoes, Hits and Gents'
Furnishing Goods, go to the Perkins Block,
ou Market street, aud get tbem from
SepL 27-tf. STEWART A OLIVER.
Holland 4c Wilbon
Are opening the largest stock cf Boots
and Shoe tbat will be offered In Jackson,
all bought from nrt hands and will be sold
to suit tbe time'. oct4-2t
Aatnral Decay Protect tbe Syatcna.
The tinman body is a machine, and therefore
cannoi enaure forever; bat like a watch or a
lewing macnine, it win last mucn longer if
proerly regulated and duly repaired than if
no paius were taken to keep It in order. The
jrreat object of every one desires a loog and
healthy lite should be to put his bdy In a con
ill Hon to resist the life threatening influences
by which we are all more or less surrounded i
nJ no invlgoruit and corrective at present
known so effectively answers this purpose as
the vitalizing elixir which, under the unpre
tending name of Ilosletter's Stomach Hitters,
has been for more thau twenty yean the slan
dard tonic of America. In crowded chit'.
where tbe atmosphere is contaminated with
the effluvia inseparable from large popoluUops;
In marshy regions, where the soggy soil reeks
with miasma; on the pralrka and in the for
ests, where every fall the air is tainted with
exhalations from rotting weeds and grasses, or
deoomposlng leaves in short, in every locality
where malaria ezuts, this powerful vegetable
antidote is urgently needed. Fever and ague
bilious fevers, dysentery, congestion of the
liver, Jaundice, rheumatism, and all diseases
which are generated by infected air, Impure
water, or sudden changes of temperature, may
be averted by Strengthening and regulating
the system in advance with Hostetter's Bitters.
Autumn is always a season of peril, especially
to weak, sasceptible organizations. Even the
more vigorous are apt to be in same measure
depressed by the humid atmosphere, loaded
with deleterious gases produced by vegetable
decay. The fall is a period of ihe year whea
the renovation and regulation of the living
machine is peculiarly important, and the Bit
ters should therefore be taken dailv at this
critical season. 0ct4-lm.
J. W. WATSOIST,
Late of Memphis,
Merchant Tailor and Clothier,
It alaia Street, JACksOX, TE9TX,
Lias received part of his Fall Stock cf
Cloths, Caxsjmeres, Doeskin and Clothing.
Tailors Supplied with Cloths and Trim
mingg. Cutting', Cleaning and Repairing
done on short notice. I buy for cash aud
sell for cash call and see me. AUo Agent
for Quilting and Sewins Machines.
The stock of Dress Goods, Shawls, Scarfs,
Sashes, Gloves, Hosiery, Ac, at Holland
Wilbon's is just in, and bought with great
eare for tbe ladies of this market. All will
be told at very reasonable prices. ocU-2t
If You Want
1 he best Gin in use get the "Improved
India Rubber Brush Gin," manufactured
by JAS. N. HICKS,
. Bells Depot, Tenn.
AGKHT&. J. M. Parker & Co., Jackson,
Tenn.; Jno. William, Cotfea Landing
Tenn.; Rev. John H. Day, Juno, Henderson
Co., Tenn. The experienced W. B. IiiCK3.
who has leen for torty years engaged in
makingHins, ts General Traveling Agent
for the Factory, who inspects all Gin be
fore tbey are sent out. may3-12m.
Go to Bliss' for the cheapest goods
in the market. He keeps the best of
everything in the line of dry goods.
Having resumed my old business I am
now prepared to do everything in tha
House, Sign, and Ornamental Painting and
Decorative art, on the shortest notice and
as cheap as any workman in the business.
I can be found at the Basement of Tomlin's
Corner, where I will be happy to receive
the orders of my old patrons.
july5-6m C. T. BRADY.
Has burned up many Doors, Sah, Ac.,
but there is a large stock ot DOORS,
SASH, BLINDS, MOULDINGS, Ac, at
R. W. ANDREWS,
No. 7 Market street, and he has them for
PUTTY, WHITE LEAD. LINSEED
OIL, TURPENTINE, VARxISH, COL
ORS and PAINT BRUSHES, cheap for
Cash. Don't be deceived but go and see
for yourself. He means what he says.
Jackson, Tenn., Feb- 22, 18T3-12m
The Extensive Carriage.
Bnggy, and Spring Wagon
Of LANOIS tc BCRXELL, are tuni
ng out a large amount of first class work
every week. Their business has greatly in
creased, and they will doubtless be com
pelled to make a further enlargement of
their establishment. The reason is obvi
eaa Their Work always '.glrem Sat
isfaction, and when they sell to one man
in a locality, they draw the trade ef that
seetian. Their repairing department is al
so on the Increase, as they invariably guar
antee their work, and employ none but
first class mechanics.
This establishment is a credit to the city,
and we hope that it will continue to pros
per. The citizens ef adjoining counties
would do well to examine the work of thia
extensive establishment beJbre sen din a;
vrtktr ofl. 1
rhcse Favorite Home Remedies.
And why they shmld always be kept
near at hand.
lit. Pii.x-KlLLin is the mo-t certain cholera
cure that medical science has produced.
2d. Amcx's Lr.no Balsam is a sure cure fur
Coughs, Colds, Ilrunchitis, Athiua and
all DUiiMti of the Pulmonary Organs.
3d. 1'aix-Killib will cure Cramp or Pains In
any i art of the system. A single doe
usually affects a cure.
4:h. Alias's Lrxu Balsam will cure lhat ter
rible disease, Consumption, when all oth
er remedies tail.
5th. PAlN-KiLLia has proved a Sovereign Rem
edy for Fever and Ague aud Chill Fever;
it has cured the moat obstinate cases.
:h. ALLCx'sI.rxe Balsam contains no Opium
in any form, and Is the best expectorant
remedy of the age.
7th. Paix-Kilur ai a'linlment is unequalled
for Frost Bites, Chilblains, Burns, Bruises,
Cuts, S.mins, Ac.
8th. Alxcn's Loo Balsam Mother should
keep it on hand in case of Croup.
9th. pAix-KiLLca bascuredcasea of ltheuma-
tUm aud Neuralgia after years standing.
Iitih. Alxax's l.lxc Balsam has been before
the public a period of ten years, and iu
that time has become known throughout
this and large sectious of foreign Coun
tries. It has fouud many rivals, but no
llth. FaiN-KiLLka Is a purely vegetable prepa
ration, tafe to keep and to use m every
family. The simplicity attending Its use,
together with the great variety of diseases
thut may be entirely eradicated by It, and
the great amount of pain and suffering
that cm be ailerlated thrutufa its use.
making it lmperatlre Uou every per.-oa
to aupp'y themselves with this valuable
remedy, and to keep it alwjs uev at naniL
12th. ALLk.N s Lcso Balsam is iargelj indorsed
by Physicians, Druggists, Ministers, Pub
lic Speakers and the Press all of whom
speak of 11 in the highest terms. unJ re
commend its use in all eates of Coug'i
Every housekeeper should heep tli -se t
valuable remedies al hand Wittl tti.-m, 1 i uso i-i
time of nee-1 . Mnov un ur ol suJering and
muny a physician's '.ill w ill be ave I
Directions accompanv e.ieu ti 'c.
. J. N. Ii.VltKIS .t C -.. I'rr.pi i.'tor.
Cn..'inii:iti. ' I
Sold by Medicine Dealers Gem-rally
for oale hv
NEELY Jt PYBAS. .IackMn. Teen.,
M. UOUEKTS .v OK. "
lr. J. r. NEW row '
PENDLETON. t KEITH,
C. 1. DUNCAN, -
SCOTT BliO., Ilumh.d.1u
A single gentleman of experience ia
teaching, desire to t-ike charge of a Scho I
of boys, In advanced gra1 ot study. Sat
isfactory refcreuces furnished. Address
R. S., care of Smith k, Jarnagin, Jackson,
If You Want
A follows: Call and sea me befoie you
Whitewater Wagons Seed Wheat
I. Kern " Rye.
Excelsior u Herds Grass 4 Timothy
Orchard Grass and Clover,
As well as all grades Kiour, Oats, Corn,
Hay, Etc. Grind every Jay.
sepl3-4w. B. F. BOND.
Your special attention is hereby called to
the new Clothing, Boot, Shoe, Hat and
Gents' Furnishing Goods store, just open
ed in the Perkins Block, on Market street
by STEWART 4 OLIVER.
COAL, HAY, BRAN. SALT, &c.
Ag'ts. for Diamond's Coal Mines, Ky,
Orders promptly filled. Coal a specialty
with us. We sell by Miner's invoice, for
CASH. Orders should be addressed tout
at Clarksviile, Tenn. sept.l3-3tn
We would call the attention of
those wanting anything in the line of
doors, Eash, blinds, brackets, mould
ing, balusters, glass, putty, locks,
hinges, door and shutter bohs, gate,
sash and. blind fixtures in fact every,
thing in the line of builders' hard
ware and wood-work to the largest
and best selected stock of these ma
terials ever brought to Jackson, and
to be fouud at the old stand of C. T.
Bates, where he is selling at the very
lowest cash prices. Contractors and
builders will save money by calling
on lum before purchasing elsewhere.
Send to him for price List.
march 18-ly. Jackson, Tesn.
n. c. c. s.
Our neighbors from the country
should all bear in mind Bliss' Cheap
Cash store. apllrwti
Irug Store for &ale.
A splendid asortment of pure and fresh
Drues. Chemicals, Stationery, Jfcc., cheap.
and en srood term, ror particulars
apply at the Whig and Tribune otlire to
Jlay 31-tf JNO. T. IIICIIS.
HUDSON & RICHARDSON
Have just opened a stock of fresh
Family Groceries, in the brick build
ing fronting the Mobile and Ohio
Railroad Freight ofSce. They pro
pose to sell as cheap as any House in
the oity. Give them a calL tf.
THE FALL SEASON.
The undersigned respectfully invite ex
amin&tion of their large and well bought
stock of merchandise, comprising fancy
and staple Dry Goods, Notions, Ready
made Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots
and Shoes, Hats and Cap, etc.
In entering upon our associated busi
ness engagement, we promise to make our
The Peoples Store,
Keeping well up with the period in style
and offering goods at the lowest market
rates. We will conduct our business upon
A. CA8H BASIS,
Hoping to receive a liberal share of your
patronage, we are, very respectfully,
HOLLAND & WILBON,
Sept 27 lm Parker Block.
Ladies we have just received 90
dozen of those cheap towels and
handkerchiefs at Bliss Cheap Store.
Look out for Cal. Wagner's
Thev play one night only at Tomlin's
Hall. Saturday. October 4th. It is needless.
to say anything in regard to the merit of
this Troupe. They have a reputation that
will jam the house. sept27-2t.
THE XEW STORE!
Messrs. STEWART A OLIVER, live
men and thorough Merchants, have just
opened, in Perkins' new block on Market
street, a large, elegant and complete stock
of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Gents'
Furnishing Goods. They will sell cheap,
and respectfully ask an examination of
their suberb stock. Sep 27-tf.
Every man has his opinion. Some
men think that it requires a skillful
man and 6hrewd talker to sell goods,
but Bliss' opinion is that mark 'em
low and the goods will sell them
Xew and Styliali floods.
Our friend, W. F. ALEXANDER,
the pioneer Boot aud Shoe man of
Jackson, l.-ia just returned from Cin
cinnati aud Sew York, with the best
assorted stock of Boots, Shoes and
Huts ever brought to this market.
Alexander makes a specialty of trade
in his Hue, and he thoroughly under
stands the wants of his customer,
and most liberally provides for them.
If you uced a styliah Lat, boot, 6hoe
cr cane, you can not do better than
to give him a call. His motto is to do
business "on the square," aud he al
ways does it, and his many friends
have witnessed his rise aud progress
as a merchant with great pleasure.
A valuable Brick Residence situated lo
the suburbs of the city, containing ix
lance Rooms, Kitchen, Servant Rooms, an j
all other necessary outbuildings. 6 acres
of ground, with a fins orchard and garden.
Plenty of .hade. Plenty of good water.
Tbi is one of the most desirable and
comfortable residences in Jackson. Ap
ply to J. C. PYBAS.
If you arc going to build a house,
go and see
It. W. AXDItKWS.
Contractor and Iluilder.
And dealer in Doon, Sash. Blinds.
Moulding, Glass, Puttv, ami all kiuds
ot I'aints, Wliito lead, linseed Oil,
lurptutine, garnishes, Colors and
Paint Brushes, cheap for cixah, at
Memphis prices. Dun't be decoivr-d.
but go and see for yourselves, lie
meaus what he suys. M..tr. quick
sales and small .ruUt. OCico and
vVaro Boom No. 7 Market street,
B. C. C. S. Bliss' ChipCisli Store
is where we all go to buy oar Btr.'ai'is
TaimsTV f r : -
. .. 8
I nff t'l' in,
in g-iii(l rtt"'.
in v pri-seni pi
ker's block, W.
JAS. O COXXOR.
That is all they do nt B;is' Cheap
Cash Store, to continue selling cheap.
UK A A KAl'si lltll, l'l.otographers and
dealers in I'nuiir rarurs. Alliums and
Lioiuas, Waddel A Moluuiub block. Mala St.
i H AMS BltO , Wholesale and UelailUro-
4- eers; tiiso .lealers in Hardware, t.'uilery,
uuc U iues. Liquors, c-ltfars etc, Main street.
lAMt-s M'ANGLEH, Caliinet Maker and
i ml. rluker, saulh Mile .Mai;
bile Waddel & btobauli block1
aiu street, oppo-
17 tOLOMOX, Dry Goods. Clothing", Genu
r urnialuug (j.x.iis, UkiU and nljt.es, No.
uuiu, urns, caj.s, .trunks, etc., Mum street.
T,l L. MILLER, Dealer la the celebrated
. Charier Oak Conk and Heating- Mores.
Koollnjr and Cut
Souin side Main st
teriug made a speciality
C. TYLER A CO.. Dealers in Dry Goods.
C'lolhltitt. ll.xiLS aud Shoes. Ilardwur
Aoors, bash. 111 in da. etc., bouth side Maio st.
G. HICKMAN', Manufacturer and dealer
in at. km. H of 1-uruiture, Matirasses
all tajer, l.ookina; Classen, etc. Also Col
lins and MeUlicCaSes. south side Maiu street.
Cv w. ALUR1UIIT, Dealer In the celebra
y. fed ( darter (ink and other Cooking and
Heating stoves, aud Tinware generally. Al
suliuliou , 1 iu. o..er aud .Sneet irou Ware,
plaiu and stumped; Lamp Fixtures, Oils, etc.
Kooliug aud Guttering a speciality. South
siue main airrel.
MAMMOM) A N EILmjN, Dealers tn Dry
11 Goods, t lolhinK, Shop-rua.ic U.Kits, and
Mues, Hardware aud
Cutlery, Jorta side
S. MnGEKA MrLESKEY. Dentists. Of-
re over luint-y'a .Store. North side of
S. RA1XKV, Dealer in Dry Goods, C'lstli-
VJising, lioots, baoes and Hats. Also l'r
prUtors Humboldt Woolen Mills.
f J HILL, Hotel and Restaurant.
. ail Hours.
line Bar aud Confectionery
Near the crossing, east M. A O, 14. K.
West Tennessee College.
'I'llE next session of this Institution will be
I o-ned for the rceeiition of pupils on Mon
day, Octobers, 1873. The branches of educa
tion named in the Free School Law are taaght
free; all other branches at two-thirds of foriu
ereharjres. JAS, K. STEPHENS,
Oct 4 dt Seo'y of Board of Trustees.
BY direction of the President and Board of
Dlreectora, the committee will on and al
ter nednesdav the eth Inst-, rent out the
Itooths Mshles and prlvilegaa at tbe Fair
Grounds, for the fall meeiinir. commencing
October iith Inst. Applications must l.e made
to W. V. Kobertson, at the store of (inbertson
ABotts. JNO. Y. KEITH.
Courricr and Dispatch copy.
Sale of Real Estate.
John Q. A. McClellan etal., vs. O. W. Var-
den, et al.
rY virtue of the decree pronounced in this
ll cause bv the County Court ol Madison
countv, at Its March Term, 137S, and renewed
at Its April, May, Jane. July v August and Sep
tember Terms, 1K7S. I will, Saturday, the 23th
tav of October, is. 1. sen on a credit vf aeTen,
twelve anil twenty- four months; the purchasers
giving trood security, sundry vaiuanle lota ol
real estate, containing each from ten to twen-tv-four
acres, aud s sltoatc, being witblu a
hort distance from Jackson, as to make them
attractive to persona who may desire to make
The plan and number of aaid lot) which is
on hie in the County Court Clerk's office, sub-
jct t- inspection, are comjiriaed of that por
tion of the i. 1). .Mccieiiaud lands bid on at an
original sale, by Joseph D. Mason, and are to
be sold n acociiut of ihe purchase money.
ithout equity of redemption.
F. C. Mcco VVAT. Clerk.
Brown A Bullock, Sols. oct-t-SW. '
Chancery Sale of Real Estate.
In the Chancery Court of Madi-
kou County, Tenn.
EX PAETE PETITION TO SELL LAND.
Geo. W. Sjkes and wife, Martha, et aL
virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale
entered in Ihe above cause. December
3oth, l.s.7'A and renewed June lsth, ltC3, 1 will
Sell at public auction, to the highest bidder
hetore the -North tioor ol the Court House in
Jackson, Tenn., on
Saturday, October 25th, 1873,
within legal hoars, tbe following described
propertT, to-wit :
situated in Madison County, Tennessee, and
bouuded as follows: iug:nnmgat a stake, the
East boundary line of a -"on acre tract of land
In the name of James livers, (of which this a
part and designated in the division of aaid "0
acre tract, as lot No. 5, allotted to Amelia
w bite.) and the Northeast corner of lot No. 6.
runs West with Thomas li.. nil's line KOo holes
to a stake: thence North with the lines of Hin.
aiker and lluith Clark's estate, 316 pules to a
stake; thence East with V. Y N'ewbern's line.
iu pol to a stake; then South with the line of
Lewu lion a ana John liond. 31 J poles to the
beginning, containing 3t5 acras.
The above tract will be sold entire or divided
into two tracts If desired. It will be sold for
partition among the petitioners In the above
TERMS OF SALE. One third cash, balance
In two equal instailmeuts, due at one and two
years iroin auy oi sale. Good security required
nu m lieu reiaweu.
D. M. WISDOM, C. A M.
TomJln A Tomlin, Sols. oct-4w.
VV. L. W. KING.
Contractor and Builder,
and JOB SHOP,
Corner of HaUison and Smitb ata.,
Sept. 6 ly
Furniture repainfd and all kinds of Desks,
Benches and Blackboards needed In schoo
rooms. Coffins, Ac, made to order oa short
Z. fi. WRIGHT CQ
aisrnnmi; a a." dkalkbs is
Bridles, Trunks, Valises, et
0. 2 AuJf kjo Ta;lur'a Ii ok.
luue I ly i
T virtue of a Urd of trat excutl t r
MArch ami wile tmrlme, r.-ifit.-r-4 la
Kt-tflstr's oi11i-h ol Ms'luMjaCiiiiiitv. It no .
tbe iMh (lav of Awirust, lso.1, in txik
mrtifaK't No. 1 pw U, and 7, 1 H ra
W.Tutiitin. a-Trui4'tf najutM iu said dre4
will riiww to iullio sale, lo the h.clitlt biJ-1
der, lr cash, at the court bousa dwor la 111
cily of Jackson, Tenn ., on
Hatorday, October IS'ti 187,
,the followi.f? described tract of land, lyinH
-and beluir in Madison coustv. 1'eunessM.. r.on-
aiuiug one uuu Ired and e.rfhty-nine acres, J1
more or less, aud bounded as follows: f
B'r'Uiuiuk ou tha tiorili-wrsi corner of lot
o. a in tne piai or lorn Gill's i&nn: runs
thence west pissing J. P- Inmau's's ulli-w st
corner si poles, in all ;t;4 to a stake wlUk
hick jrr poiuiers: thence soiirh lHi poles to
stke aul wtiiieoak pointer; tuence east with
a road s.,1 p.. Its 1 1 a stake tin said road- t hence
north IU poles to the U-kIiiuIii-, Including in
said boundaries 111 acres ul laud belon'ln.r to
11. . 1 alley, and which has tx-en surteiedoo'
lO him, le .vll.g Ib3 t.i be sold.
Also the following diK-nled e.nv lot In tha
city ol Jji -sou. ieuu.. neihir lot No. 7.) on the.
ut'ifc'liial pla:i ot said dry, containing about 1
uue-iounuoi an acre, ue llle S4iue luore or less,
aud kuowu us the late laiuilr residence of Jas.
D. McCleiiau. dee'd.
The rigut of redemption is waived and Uie ;
proceeds ol aaid uk, alter paying the cost oil
rxe.u.iug luc trust, will be applied tirst to tlx-.
satl.lacl uU ul Ihe debt dike Hie rstute cf I hoS. I
Gill.de .M, second Iu llle sal isfa.'llou ol IU
debt ul John U Ii. Toiullo, aud I lie balance,
if au, lo a:d taiu O. iiaicli, acooidiug lo I
die terms o! said deed. i
Ihe l.iie t., suid properly is good, but I onlyl
wanani uie same trustee aud no luriher.
HOUACE W. TOMLIX.
ic,.l 20. ls7i-3. Trustee, Ac
-aple and Fancj
MIOLS, HITS, ETC.
street and Central Alley
fJMlKaaove Institution will commence i'
M. next scholastic year ou the 4th no
day la August, being the "i-.ih of ll
All our former Tea ber will be eufji
with us as Usual, and will be pleased
meet their pupils piomptly t the op tiir
Any pel ou wishing inioruiation ci
cerrimt books, board and luuion, will 1
celve a catidufc'ue by addressing the rti 1
dent, J. K. liUllill 1", '
July 12-3in. Jackson. IVu"
In the Chancery Court of Blaif
ou Couuty, Teuu. t .
John Atwood v. G. orfe W. Brown, etal.;
IT appearing from the bill which Is swori'J
iu this cause, that the defendants, GeW
V. Iirown and liolit. Harvey are nun-resldd)
of the State of '1 enneasee : t
It is therefore ordered by the Clerk A Mas!-.,
that they make their appearance herein, al tf
next Term of tne Chancery Court, lo be h, '
at Jackswu, on the , '
4th MoDday in October, 1873
and plead, answer or demur to complain
bill, or the same will be taken for Coufesse
to them, and set for hearing x parte; and (
a copy of tins order he puhliiih. (1 four sue
si ve weeks in the Jackson Whitf aud Trlbu)
This September l.'th, ls73. 1
U. M. WISDOM, CAM.
J. C. McDeaimon, bol. sepio-sw.
Aollce lathe 1'ublic.
8.4X12 BY THUSTEK
Valuable Stock of Goc
'1MIE undersigned having been appoinl
1. Trustee by J. W. Glass, hereby gives i
tioe that he otters for Sale at the old stand
J. W. G.ass A Sous in this city, for cash, r
at reduced prices, a splendid stock of goc
embracing every article kept by ttrs
I'artles Indebted to the firms of J. W. OU
A Co., and J. E. AT. E. Glass are reS(wtf ul
notitli-U to come forward ami settle their I,
debtedness, since It Is both my interest ai
duty to close up ray trusteeship at at early
day as possible ai d without further expenss
Prompt attention on the part of debtors w.
save rests. JOHN II. DI KE, 1
Sept S7 4t. Trustee, Ac.
State of Tennessee, Madinoi
A. H. Duncan A Co., vs Joseph A Brooks. '
IN this cause it appearing by a Oil it it thakf
defendant, Jo. A. Ii rooks is justly tn.M
to the plain'ifl'a A. 11. Duncan A Co., and fa
said defendant is a non-resident of the SlaU
Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of
cannot be served on him, and an Original ,
tachraent having been levied ou his propf
on that ground: It IS therefore ordered
publication be made In the Whig and Tribn,
a newspaper published ia the City of .lacks"
Tennessee, for four consecutive weeks, c
mantling said Jo. A. Brooks to appear befor.
or some other Justice of the Peu.ce for Md.
County, Tenn. , al my oiiioe in the town of
mark, Tenn., on
Monday, 20th Daj of October, If
and make defence to said suit against hit
it will be proceeded with ex parte.
r. A. KEEL EN, J.
Louisville & Great South
C rent Through Line to tliei
NORTH. EAST AND WES,
Two THROUGH TRAIN'S leave HLH BOLT
dally for, LoUIsViLLE, mafing close
and direct connections for
CIN'CIWATI, INDIANAPOLIS. CTIICA
CLEVELAND, Bl'rEAI.o, Nt AGAR.
i'ALLS, PHILADELPHIA, BALTI
MORE. WASHINGTON. NEW
YORK and BoSloN-
Pullman' -ala:- Sleeping C
attached to all night trains which run
Through to LOUISVILLE, via McKENZIK
NA6HV1LLE, CHATTANOOGA, AT
LANTA without Change.
Two TRAINS leave NASHVILLE daily rtt
ning through cars to DECATUR, BI&-.
JulNGHAM, fcELMA and MONT
GOMERY without Change,
And making connections at the Utter point fV
Mason, Eufaula aud Columbus, Ga., and a
points in the Southeast. Going boulh, tn
Trains leave Humboldt daily for
making connection at that point for
LITTLE HOCK, HOI' Sl'KINGS, and
point In A UK AN" A ami LNDIAM
Thrauirh Tickets aud Ba 'iiire Checks can ls
procured at the Depot, in it uiuboidl, ai d at all
principal Ticket unices in the Souin.
If. H. KING. Ueu.
tux. t. a, ta - 2
GeuT Ticket Ag't, Louis
r. X. WEIGHT.