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( Fi.KiiiiiTr. In another column w
publish the proceeding of a public meet
ing hold in thU city ou Monday Iat, June
3th, 187t, to deviiHj way and mcanti of
bringing1 the people of Madison -county
together in an appropriate celebration of
the IOOtli anniversary of the birthday of
Liberty iu North America; and it will be
ace.a that a tiumlwr of our very beat titl
y.eiin are enjfaed lu the noble work.
' Mali was formed for action. ' llU very
organic Htructurc, and every principle
centred in liU character, proclaim hU
destiny to rise in the scale of being to
march on from improvement to improve
ment, and to be not only the lord of cre
ation, but, also, the bcit, the greatest and
the noblest of Nature's works. His body
is admirably calculated for agility, and
'' proper exercise, capable of enduring
any fatigue. He can acute the loftiest
mountain descend the abrupUt cliflj
of tho4i Alps upon whose acclivities hung
the hosts of Hannibal like the tempests
of heaven, and fearlessly travern tlC
rudest path amid the up-piled rocks that
"echo the joy of wave.'' lie can be
brave and noble and generous; no action
is loo daring for him to perforin, and
none too noble and geueroua for liim to
emulate. His mind is capable of unlim
ited expansion, grasping and compre
hending everything but infinity. With
judgment fitroug and discriminating, he
can trace effects to their proper cause,
rejecting error and embracing truth.
With au invention correct ami nonetra
ting, be can master the inoxt iprficato
umi complicated com biuntioim in oiechau
ics, and with an Imagination virld and
' livclj', lie can soar almost "alve all flight
of hope," hold converge with nngeU and
gol.-, and cease, as it were, to be a child
or mortality the creature of fleeting
time, All these he can do, but not with
out energy and exertion. There are few
men who would not be willing to have it
said of them that they were sincere
friend.-', kind neighbors, u.seful citbtons,
ardent lovers of their country, and upon
the whole, occupied a station in society
which willbeiubwcd at their death. There
arc few who do not love glory and desire
to have their nainus written In the annals
of fame, to be handed down to unborn
generations as benefactors of mankind.
AH, then, that is necessary is to foster
and strengthen this . willingness to be
good aud useful, and to keep alive and In
vigorous exertion this love of glory and
desire of fame. Hence the origin, neces
sity and imjiortance of keeping lu ro
itieiiibr.nioo, and .'properly celebrating
grout national aud historical events. Ev
ery ago aud every nation have had their
master spirits their great events their
deliverances and their triumphs and as
such they have been remembered and
celebrated. It Is just-H is right it is
useful to do eo. The human character is
elevated, .dignined, und ennobled the
hrnelaetors of society receive the rcwanl
due to their merit, and the citizens in
rendering homage to virtue, became bet
ter, more useful, and more attached to
their country. What could be more pro
lr than for the Jewish jeople to cele
brate, through all agos, the I'assover?
They called to reinumbrauce the deliver
u ucu of their fathers from bondagethe
complete and miraculous destruction of
inuir ruciiiics auu ins clear nianiiesta-
. uon oi incir being a peoplo favored by
of the earth by tho great Jehovah, for
the accomplishment of his own particu
lar purposes. Would not every heart
burn with enthusiasm on audi an Ocea
nian ! Would not piety and devotion be
kindled in the bosoms of the tuoHilc
pravtil? The Greeks had their great
events and consequent celebrations, and
the Koniaus bad theirs. The French and
English havo theirs, and we have ours.
We have our Fouith-of-July the anni
versary of tho birth of our "nation, and
the release of America from Uic thiall-
dom of European deiKits; the commence'
metit of tho reign of intelligence, and
the era of the freeing of a large portion
of the human race from the galling and
debasing shackles of Ignorance and su
perstition, and raising them to their pro
per station to think, to speak, to deter'
mine, to act, and to yoccrn for thtuistlces.
We have our Eighth-uf-Jaiiuary and eur
. 1 Vr'Cuty-Slccond-of-Jauuary commemo
rative of our own invincible Jackson and
"That Star of the West, that will never
Till the records of valor tier .iy ; "
We, must worship ita light, for it is our
And Freedom was born iu its ray."
" Let us then have au awakening. Let
the approaching centennial celebration of
the natal day of Freedom In our land be
such as will do honor to the spotless pa
triots of other times, and be creditable to
the love of country aud sense of grati
tude that inspired it. Let us have ora
tions setting forth the virtues of Wash
ington, who was, like Marccllus, "the
6 word of the Kepublic," and of Jackson
whoso Damascus blade, swinging be
tween Louisiana and the British, was
like the flaming sword of the Cherubim
Hashing between Adam aud tho loved
Eden he had lost. What a great inheri
tance was bequeathed to lis by the patriots J
of 17"! A country stretching from llit.
billows " the Atlantic to the l'acltio
chore and from the St. Lawreuua to the
iy oi -uooiie a country abundantly
rich iu the fertility of its soil rich in Its
unparalleled Improvement and general
prosperity rich iu the blcssiugs of civil,
religious, and rational liberty. This glo
rioilM inheritance we arc bound by the
most sacred obligations to preserve pure
and untainted, and as men are bound to
transmit to jwstcrity that which is as in
alienable as It is valuable. Every Amer
ican should feel the sentiment expressed
by iSmolleU :
"Thy spirit, lmlcieiulMice, let inn share;
Lord of the lion heart and eagle eye,
Thy steps 1 follow with lay bosom bare.
Nor heed the storm that howls along
The Bepublicaii, the Kadical paper at
Huntingdon, gives au extract from a
siecial said to have been recently made
at Charlotte, N. C, by a Kcv. S. Taylor
Martin, iu w hich that parson is repre
sented to have said : "Slavery was a
divine institution, and we must have
that institution, or the South will be
bankrupt." The Republican would like
to have the whole Southern people con
sidered as exactly coinciding with Mr.
Martin ; but the fact is, Mr. Martin is
to the whole people of the South as one
grain is to all the sands of the seashore.
The majority of Southern people would
reject slavery, even if offered to them
with tho protection of all the powers of
In our State Montgomery oounty pro
duces the most tolwceo, Giles most com.
l 11SOI1 1UOSL UC.O, HV.'.jf HlUJt vuitvn,
JJaury most bogs, Lincoln most live
stock, Humphreys most peanuts, David
son most Irish potatoes, Sullivan most
maple sugar, andGreeue most bay.
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' Madison county has an area of 575
sqnare miles, and In 1S73 the tax valua
tion of lambs iu the county averaged
$ 10.07 per acre, and average for the
whole State ifi aa acre. ' ' ;
Statk Curriir. The question of State
credit w 'hid: implies a settlement uf I
its bonded debt is assuming a degree of I
prominence now in the canvas, which
will Increase as the lull of Augu-t ap
proaches. On that day the party must
upcak authoritatively ami say without
equivocation whether it Is for a hi-jh or
ImnVxx. A few weeks ago we published
;i.l. Colyar's sjieech on the side of a low
tax, and in favor of a conference with
the bondholders with a view to au equit
able adjustment of our indebtedness. In
publishing the speech, besides giving the
eopli; light ubon a vital question, we
threw it out as a "feeler" in order to de
velop public sentiment. The people have
rciondi-d aud the indications are no.,
mistakable that they will submit to no
Increase of taxation now,' and that the
bondholder will be invited to a confer
ence, and proposition to liiin to reduce
or abate a portion of the debt will be
made. This will be, in our opinion, the
ultimatum of the jieople of Tennessee,
and whatever result this may lead to, it
is all that an impoverished State is now
ready to offer. . The fate of the high tax
party is sealed, and we would advise
such men as Col. Bailey to abandon that
'hobby" as a means to reach the United
.States. It will prove a source of weak
ness, and cause hint to be badly beaten,
an evcul under other circumstances,
we might deplore as a calamity to the
State. The democratic party has been
called to meet at Nashville on the !nh of
August to nominate a candidate for Gov
ernor and electors for the democratic
Trr'tdeutial ticket. It will be eomposed
of delegates fresh from the ieople, and
they shall be charged with a most deli
cate and important mission. Never
since its establishment as a State has such
a vital question been presented to her
voters, and we are solicitous that the
Convention shall be so representative iu
its nature ' as to reflect the will of the
people. We want Porter re-elected. He
bas tuado an able aud honest Governor,
and bis administration .Lines out bright
ly on tha pages of history. A failure to
nominate him is a virtual ' iuipeachuient,
but then he must not come to us as an
aiiologist for the exactions of the land
holder, nor as a defender of Wall street
against the "bone and sinew" of the
State. Tho jcople iu this section cursed
w ith short crops, groaning beneath pri
vate debts, and sweating under mortga
ges are in no condition to be rowcled and
gutted by tax gatherers. Tlicy can't
pay what they owe the State, aud to add
to that would be a species of legislative
ItiHaey that would Invite a revolution,
aud it might come through the ballot
box and it might come otberwise. Much
of the indebtedness of Tennessee was
predicated upon negro property. That
disappeared by the'act of God aud the
public enemy." It cannot bo replaced,
and by so much has our poverty in
creased. But destruction of property
has brought no reduction in taxes. It
seems rather to have multiplied the de
vices of legislative Iniqnity whereby
nothing Is exempt and no busiucss or
profession Is unrepresented on the as
sessment roll. We have llrst the Fund
ing Bill,-an illegitimate foundling left
on the doorstep of our State Capitol and
begotten on the bodies of corrupt legisla
tors by the bondholders of Wall street,
aud not content with this prostitution of
our sovereignty, this harlotie body again
submitted to the embraces of the bond
holders aud spawned the assessment bill
wiiich comes to us uglier than the nlglit
bag lured by the smell of infant blood,"
aud sucks its sustenance out of the hard
earnings of every tax-payer In the State.
Our legislation has been unwise. We
have forgotten to what straits we have
been driven by the war and crop failures,
and have forgotten, too, that that is the
best government wbleU is the least gov
erned, and w hich charges the citizens the
least money for its protection. At last
the government is only a delegated pow
er, and when it passes by the process of
usurpation to a dcsiotisui, . then it be
hooves the people to say, bow far it
shall le changed, altered or reformed.
The people are thinking of these things,
and we have discovered that since the
introductfon of the Grangers that they
are better posted tban heretofore, aud
less disposed to comply with the be
hests of dumagogues until they have sat
isfied themselves as to the facts of the
particular case presented.
Col. Johx M. Taylok. In its appro
priate place will be found the announce
ment of this gentlemen for Congress in
this district a position w hich be is com
petent to till witha-rcdit to himself and
satisfaction to the people. At this time
Col. Taylor is Attorney-General of Judge
Batemau's district, to which post be was
elected on the adoption of the new Con
stitution and reorganization of the State
government thereunder. Col. Taylor Is
popular with tho masses iu the river
counties of this district, having been
identified with the soldier element dur
ing the war. We do not know how the
coming canvas will be shaiied, nor pre
cisely the Issues that will be involved,
nor do we know who else will enter the
congressional race. This much, however,
is ccrtaiu, that no purer or more honora
ble gentleman tbau Col. Taylor will be
announced, And unless the people have
decided to make the ofllce of congress
man in this district a perpetuity to be
used at the pleasure of one man, bis
chauces for election ought to be good.
Kobiasos's Machine Works. We have
beretofore called attention to these valu
able works. They are located at Kich
moud, Indiana, and should you want
Threshers, Engines., Horse power, yaw
Mills, Boilers, Ac., yon could not com
municate with more reliable parties, or
secure better terms. Wc advise our lar
uer friends to make a note of this, and
send them au order.
A telegram dated Constantinople, June
4th, says the late Sultan of Turkey com
mitted snicide by opening veins in each
of bis arms. The telegram also slates
that the sultan was not of found mind.
If General Grant shoti'd follow bis lend,
the l'resident of the United States would
do bis country some service.
It is 3,317 miles from New York to San
Francisco. A fast railroad train bas just
made tho trip between these distant cities
in 83 hours and 31 minutes, arrivitig at
San Francisco at 9:23 a. m. last Sunday,
June 4th. The arrival of the train was
greeted by a salute of 13 guns, fired from
the roof of the Talace Hotel or the Goldeti
mm .. . l .. ..
The name Tenuessee was given to this
State on motion of Andrew Jackson in
the Constitutional Convention.
The names of all the 04 counties in
Tenneisee are of modem or American ori
gin execpt Cumberland.
Oregon lias gone Democratic.
Letter from Mcairy Station--. The l(h
or Jly to be Celebrated ttTurdy.
Our County Court last Monday was
larely attended by candidates, who arc
begiuuing to make the canvass spirited.
From the number and wit of those offer
ing themselves for office, tho voters of this
county may expect many a hearty Iangb
and pleasant time between this and the
There was on Monday a meeting of the
citizcus of the couuty held at tho Court
House, to make arrangements to cele
brate the 4th of July. J. W. Furvtaucc,
Esq., was called pon to stare the object
of tie meeting, and did so iu a short
-l ech that was both eloquent ami rppro
yrlate. Col. Tiluian was cliosou chair
man, w ho appointed the following gen
tlemen a committee to carry out the
w i-dies of the meeting: J. W, SUniiph,
J. E. Atkins. Ivrrly Koberson, Jno. A.
Miller. Iavid Horn, Ante Stovall and
J. W. l'urviance of l'tirily, and Sidney
riuttk, of the loth District are to be th
orators of the day. All w ho attend are
assured there will not only be an abun
dant feast for the body prepared, but that
these laat nainod gentlrm n will give
them a feast for the mind, jutli as lliey
have not known since the davs of the
"long-ago." W. B. M.
McXairy County, June 7th, lsjtj.
11 1 KB All! HI BR AH!!
A Urm4 Fourth af Jaly Olrferatioa
. Old Madisoa t the Front.
In resKHisc to published calif, a goodly
number of the citizens of Madison coun
ty met in the Court House in this city on
Monday last, to arrange for a grand cele
bratiou of the
KOCKTU OF JI LT.
After several stirring pieees of martial
music by the Jackson Silver Cornet Baud,
Capt. J. B. Inman.of Carroll Station was
called to the chair, and the representa
tives of the Press present, requested to
act as secretaries. Mr. Kobt. Gates stated
the object of the meeting and presented
a programme for consideration. By
unanimous and eiitliii-iastic vote, it was
resolved tocelcbratellieimmort.il Fourth
after the manner of our fathers, with
barbecues and speeches, procesoions and
music, aud in a style worthy of the Cen
tcunial year of American history. With
out debate and with a lively maiiifesta
tion of approval, the meeting adopted
the following programme, presented by
Mr. Gates, as the basis of subsequent ac
' riMHlRAMVIK OK KXt.KCISKS.
First Reading Declaration of Inde
Second An address historic of the
Third Barbecue dinner.
Fourth An oration on the day we eel
Fifth Vocal and instrumental music
alternating with ancient and modern sc
lections, and rendered by two separately
organized choirs. The choir rendering
the modern music, to be dressed in the
height of modem fashion, and the one
rendering the ancient sirs, to be costum
ed after tho fashion of au hundred years
ago. These choirs to occupy separate
platforms on cither side of the grand
stand, am! to jterform at proper Interval
during the day.
Sixth A grand character procession
each member of which will represen
some historic personage of the revolu
tlonary jperiod, or some well reinemliered
pioneer of this county, male and female
This procession to be formed in the 'our
House at 1 1 o'clock on the morning of
the Fourth, aud move through the prin
cipal streets of the city to the celebra
Seventh All parts of the county, and
especially the towns, arc requested to or
ganize bands caricature, who shall repre
sent in dress and manner, the pople of
the earliest period in the history of this
county. These bands will be formed by
the Grand Marshal and his assistants,
and march as a part of the grand proces
sion. It is earnestly urged that live, en
terprising young men In every town In
the county will take bold of this sugges
tion and proceed at once with organizing
the companies mentioned. Such is the
programme adopted by the meeting, aud
it will be carried out in every particular.
On motion, the (.'hair appointed B. S.
Brooks, Judge II. W. McC'orry, W. 1$.
Chester and John W. Gates, a committee
to select and report an executive commit
tee of five. The committee rcjortod, W.
P. Robertson, Robert Gates, J. T. Me
Cutchetr, Jas. G. IJcid and J. D. Askew
as the executive committee. On motion
the executive committee was empowered,
to appoint all other committees and to ex
ercise supreme authority in all matters
partaining to the celebration.
The meeting elected the following gen
tlemen as readers aud orators:
Alexander W. Campbell, to deliver the
historic address; E. L. Bullock, the ora
tion on the day we celebrate, and Col. R.
I. Chester to read the Declaration of lu
dejeiidcnce. The Executive Committee
bas been placed in full control of the cel
ebration and clothed with supreme au
thority in all matters affecting the same.
The meeting adjourned.
The above committee met on Tuesday,
and a quorum being present, appointed
the following committees and issued the
The Executive Committee hopes that
its action will be generally approved and
that parties assigned duties will cheerful
ly aud promptly enter upon their per
formance. Unity of action and vigor,
and an earnest effort to aid the commit
tee aud execute its suggestions will cul
minate in one of the most enjoyable cel
ebrations and pageants ever witnessed in
Jackson. The following are the Com
mittees, and it is expected that each will
cheerfully undertake tho work assigned,
and perform the same promptly and com
pletely. COM M ITT F K OX COXTKIBUTIONS.
DistrictNo. 1 Pinsou, K. A. Mays, T.
Dismukes, Caleb McKnigbt and Prof. J.
District No. 1 Henderson, Col. W. C.
Cason,- Dr. J. W. Crook and Prof. G. M.
District No. 2 Tip Swink, J. T. March
and Wash Eddings.
District No. 3 W. W. Weatherly and
II. U. Vincent.
District No. 4 W. I,. I tley, P. H.
Walker and Thos. Bond.
District No. 5 A. R. Jleid and Geo. I.
District No. 0 R. H. French and R.
District No. 7 A. D. Hurt, Wiley
Blackard and John Ingram.
, District No. 811. W. Shelton, Moses
Hardin, W. B. Chester and Ferd Mc
Knigbt. DistrictNo. 9 J. M. Withers and B.
DistrictNo. 10 B. S. Brooks, Jno. le
loach, J. B. I u man, Jule C. Harris and
S. G. Howlett.
DistrictNo. 11 Thos. Askew, M. P.
Collins and James Greer.
District No. 12 Dudley Pearson, Jason
W. Fuzzcll aud Dr. Q'Neal.
District No. 13 Peter McColluiu aud
E. D. Sliced.
District No. 14 B. A. Person, A. R.
Bumpass aud James Warlick.
DistrictNo. 15 J. M. Cartmell, Sid
ney Bond, K. G. Hicks and Jus. II. Wal
lace. CITY OK JiCKSOX.
Ward No. 1 J. C. Pybas and Thos. A.
AVrd No. -. K. A. Sliced and T. M.
Ward No. 3. J. T. Beveridge and R.
Ward Xo. 4. Liberty Weir and L. E.
DistrictNo. 1 J. W. W ai mouth aud
John J. Birdsoug.
District No. 17 T. B. Anderson, R. M.
May and W. D. Glbbs.
The above committees are instructed to
proceed at once to solicit subscriptions of
hogs sheep, beef, fowls, bread, cakes,
pies and pickles or money, (especially the
meats, bread ami money) for the grand
dinner, and report to the Executive Com
mittee iu this city, at 3 o'clock r. m., on
the 2tth inst., iu the Court House, the
progress of their work. This committee
wjlj appoint some place in their respec-
iTe districts w her; a!! contribution- are
o 1-e delivered by noon oil the 3d of J illy ,
and provide tran-Hrtation thenx to 1'ie
dinner grtmiids near this citv. The com
mitteemen in e.-icH district may iippoint
as many assistants as desirable. The Ex
ecutive Committee urge these gentlemen
to prompt, industi ions untiring work,
and not in any event fail to report re
sults on the 21th inst., as before ordered.
1. II. Kelly, Chairman ; W. 11. Lancas
ter, Gilbert C. Anderson, W. S. Moore,
J. C. Gates and J. C. Smith. This com
mittee are instructed teenier at once up
on the raising of inotwy -Lr li Ijiiloii
to defray the extraordinary expenses o(
the occasion. A large sum will be neces
sary, and it is confidently hoped that our
citizens will be equal U the demand and
give with liberal heart. The commitu-e
w urgwl to active and indefatigable worn.
for uiKin iu efforts greatly depend the
success of the enterprise. Money w hen
contributed will be turned over to the
Chairman of the Finauce Committee, and
by him rejwrted to the Executive Com
mittee. No money will be paid out ex
cepl ou the order of the Chairman of the
COM UITTKK OX Of.Or.VDS AND DINNTK
Judge H. W. McCorry, Chairman; II
W. Tom 1 iu and J. G. McCabe. This com
mittee will select and prepare the grounds
for the celebration, receive all contribii
tion-, superintend the cooking, the
spreading aud protecting of the tables
and ail other matters pertaining to the
dinner. It. Chairman is authorized to
employ such assistance as may be neces
COMMITTEE OX MUDCCN MI SIC.
Prof. L. F. Whitaker, Chairman, with
power to select his choir, music, Ac, and
to organize the same.
COMMlriHE OS ASCIEST NI SIC.
D. W. Stephens, Chairman, with j)W
er to select and organize his performers
and choose suitable music, tc.
COMMITTEE OX I'KOCKSnlOX.
Dr. W. B. Spencer, Chairman; T. M.
Gates, 11. C. Anderson, T. A. Biair and
F. B. Siiics. This committee are in
structed to arrange for the grand charac
ter procession, select the characters to be
represented, secure the assistance of a
a sullicieut uumber of persons to carry
out the object Iu hand, and exercise all
necessary power iu the premises.
Col. J. D. Ozier, of Henderson, Grand
Marshal ; Dr. John A. Arrliigton, of
Jackson ; W. C. Taj lor and Dr. O'Neal,
of Spring Creek, Dr. John Tyson, of
Denmark; Dr. McCoy, of Pinsou, L. M.
Parhain, of Medon ; J.. P. Inniaii, of Car
roll ; E. D. Sneed, of Clay brook; John
WilhersjHKjii, of Andrew's Chapel; Sam
Peroii, of Cotton Grove and Capt. R. T.
Mcknight, of Harrisburg, Assistant
Marshals. The Grand Marshal will be
Generalissimo of the day, aud wi'.b bis
Assistants will form and direct all pro
cessions, protect the grouuds, make all
proclamations, and preserve order. The
Grand Marshal will receive bis in
structions alone from the Executive Com
G FX KRAI. OI!IKU.
All committees are instructed to report
from time to time to the Executive Com
mittce, and to lie able for an extended re
port as to progress ou the. 24Ui liist., as
before ordered. The Executive Commit
tee w ill be in session at all times, with
headquarters in the store of Robertson
& Bolts, aud prepared to answer all
quest ions, decide all disputes and issue
such instructions as may be germaiu to
the work in hand. The public generally
and the ladies especially are invited to
co-operate with the committees, and lend
their hearts and hands to the business of
achieving a centennial celebration that
will be honorable to the great people aud
history of Madison couuty. All the
world are invitee) to come and enjoy the
occasion with us, aud that our neighbors
of other counties aud cities may do so.
aKraugements will le made to run excur
sion trains at low rates on all the road;
In conclusion, "every man to his post"
and let the work lie grandly done.
By order of the Executive Committee
W. 1". ROBERTSON',
Koiu kt Gates, See. Chairman.
Mannfactnres in Jackson.
The saw mill aud planing works of
Caldwell it Bond iu Jackson do much
tine work. Delicate moulding aud scroll
work are done also by machinery, and
all lumber iu rough state is dressed, but
no lumber is sawed from the stock or log.
The mill has run since 1870, and is em
ployed now almost half the time, is run
by a 20 horse power steam engine, and
engages four hands. Machinery is in
good order and valued at about $2,000.
The saw aud rdaiuing business was an
important enterprise here a few years
ago aud will become so again, w hen the
business of the country recovers.
THE CAKKIAGE AND TTA"K)X
establishment of E. L. Briminghani
has been successfully run here for two
years. He makes buggies aud wagons
and other vehicles and does repair work,
also all ordinary blacksmith work. The
shop employs five hands and sells forty
five or fifty wagons a season. A good
deal of work Is done to order. Wheals
and springs are bought, but other work
is finished lu the shop. Mr. Briminghani
Is an experienced workman, having car
ried on the business many years in
Brownsville before coming here.
COXGEK'8 flaxixg mill,
by Conger Brothers, is one of the largest
and best managed establishments In Jack
son. Doors, sash, blinds, flooring, ceil
ing, mouldings, brackets and all dressed
lumber aud worked timber are supplied.
There ten machines, including saws,
Rube, planes, mortise, Jfcc., run by a
thirty horse power steam engine, aud the
mills arc busy live days iu the week.
Washing machines, bee gums, goods
boxes, etc., are also made, also lumber
and material for cabinet work. Eight
hands are employed now, but in the Fall
or busiest season, twelve to fourteen. A
cotton gin is also attacUO, and some fOO
bales cotton ginned iu a good seasou.
The mill has been iu operation here
three years, and is put at a total value of
$12,000. Most of the work is to fill or
ders from abroad. The best ot material
is used, the machinery all new aud kept
In good order, and the work is really
beautiful. We wish there were more such
enterprises rmoiig us, all well sustained.
The managers of this mill seem to be
active business men and their charges
SEW OK LEAN'S, ST. LOfls- & CUICAtiO.K. R.
Thn great line extends north from
New Orleans t Cairo, III., 54S miles. It
is a combination of two former roads, N.
0., Jackson & Great Northern, 200 miles
from N. O. to Canton ; and the Miss. Cen
tral, 233 miles from Canton, Miss., to
Jackson, Teuu. This last was finished to
Jack -ou about 1S.j7. A few years ago
these roads passed into the ownership of
the bond holders and capitalists to w horn
mortgages bad been made. They were
thei" consolidated, and the line ex tc tided
aero?-the Mdbile fc Ohio It. R. at this
place, and a new road built from here to
Cairo, 107 miles, which was finished in
1S73. Through cars are transferred by
boat .it Cairo, and by direct communica
tion with 111. Central R. R., go through
to Si. Ixmis, or to Chicago, on same day
witti same ticket. Close eon neetioii is al
so made with all the great lnurs of the
Northwest. The road has a branch from
intrant, Miss., to Kosciusko, 21 miles,
making total length .Hill miles. The line
is in three divisions, La. Div. from N. O.
to Canton, Miss., 227 miles with branch,
W. P. McKiuley, Suieriuteudeut, aud
1 T i'm?it U'etx. l the ft!"wiig
I pirn. l J Ai
BAIHIA3I & CO- Henderson, Tenn.
U. T. PEEPLES; McNalry. Tenn.
STOVALL & CK0.; Ucthel, Tenn, -ASDEUSOX
IIKOS., Medon, Tenn.
. We al.-o Keep on Hand a Full Line of
I?.arnit.are c3 Ooorpotea,
AN1 MAKE PICTL'BE FRAMES
AND MOULDINGS A SPECIALTY.
TYLER & HARfJESG,
junU 2m i JACKSON, Tennessee.
shops at McComb City ; Mi. Div. from f
Canton tolirand Junction, T mi., 1S8
miles, shops at Water Valley, Miss., J. I
B. Kemp, Jjup't.; the Tenn. A Ky. Div.,
Grand Junction to Cairo, 151 miles, J. O.
Maun, Sup't., Jackson, Trim., and re
pair shops at Jackson, and also at Fill
more, Ky., ou the Ohio river. Car buil
ding, ca.-Ung, and all new work is doaa
at the large and well apjx.inted sdiops at
Water Valley and McComb City.
The repair and trannfer shojw here at
Jackson do a good deal of work, but the
buildings, ehi-ers anil machinery ure
not atleiuatv4n complete work. Thirty
bauds aud employee are engaged at the
shops aud depot here, aud of tbe.-e about
ten are skilled workmen, at from two to
three dollars a day, ami alK.ut one dollar
a day is allowed ordinary laliorers. There
are twenty-two engine on this Division,
and one passenger train and two freights
regular a day, go North, and the same
of each South. O.iaor two other freight
trains run irregularly, also on bridge
and one supply train. The number ot
freight trains is Increased according to
the demand. Another daily passenger
train runs at seasons when travel aud
business justify. It is thought this road
does more freight and passenger business
than any other road iu the whole South
west, ami it ought to with such advanta
ges as it has.
K. D. Anderson is Master Machiuist
here. Fourteen engineers, three passen
ger and sewn freight conductors mil on
this Division, with usual number of fire
men aud train hands, aud most of them
lodge or reside In Jackson when off duty.
This adds sixty to wventy-flve men, ma
ny of them with families, to Jacksou,
whose wages from tho road may ntmnint
to four or five thousand dollars a mouth.
There may be one or two hundred other
employees on I Ib: rest of this Division.
The road not paying interest on its bonds
was put under receivers recently. Tlie
Governor of Tennsssee, Feb. :17th, 1S70,
appointed Gen. II. P. Neely, of .Bolivar,
Tenn., receiver on that part lying in tbi
State, aud ou the 10th of March, 187(1,
the L". S. Court appointed J. B. Alexan
der, of New Orleans, receiver of the bal
ance of the road. Charge for iissnger
fare is Jive cents a mile, and tickets are
all of one or same class. The road seems
to be under careful management, aud em
ployees :re usually paid about l."uh of
the month. With this line ami the M A
O. R. R.. Jackson has two of the longest,
best and most complete roads iu the
South, or in the United States.
Tribute f KesiH-ct.
Ou the oc-e.ision of the Sunday School,
of the f'ir.t Methmlist Chureh of Jack
son, a motion was made to appoint a com
mittee to draft suitable resolutions, ex
pressive of the feeling of the Kchool ou
the death of S. C Davidson. The com
mittee rertrd the following, which
were unanimously adopted:
Wm-.RiiAs, We hive learned of tho de
nt c of Samuel C Davidson, a lucmlicr of
this school, v Iiich event took plai e in this
eity ou Friday June 2d, ISTti, at 5 o'elotrk
in the morning. Although ur departed
friend and brother bad but lately joined
our school, yet in his unxlrJt deportment,
punctual attendance, and reictful at
tention, he endeared himself especially
to his class, and to us as a wheol, hu
cementing in this place, and amid these
memories, the sweetest ties that link the
hearts, and bind the memories of erring
children to clay. This stroke of death
has shaded our hearts with sadnetM, and
shadowed our school with gloom, and
while in this visitation of sorrow, we ean
not fail to see the "finger of God," and
recognize His wisdom, and remember
His goodnss, yet we can but regret that
our new-made brother bas been cut oft",
when "full of lusty life," in the morn
inr of his existence, and in the beginning
of his usefulness; therefore,
7.Vf(rri, That in the death of Samuel
C. Davidson this school bas lost a valued
member, his associates a kind friend and
companion, and his family a dutiful and
obedient son, a loving and affectionate
brother, and tbat we sacredly cherish the
memory of the departed.
ZiVjnint, That we tender our -sympathies
to the distressed family, and fur
nish a copy of these resolutions to them
.s expressive of the same, and that we
wear the usual badge of mourning for
Jiisulml, That the city papers be re
quested to publish these resolutions, and
that they be spread upon the minutes of
this school in xtimorKim.
S. I). HAYS, )
J. f. cor.r.ixs,. com.
T. S. VINCENT. I
II. 1. No. 111". In the Chancery side
of the Common Law and Chancery
Court of the Couoty of Madiou, State
A. W. Juea trt at. v. W. 8. Caliuwar, et ai.
IN thiaraaae it appearing frwm the Bit! which in wina
t, that Defendants. ItnlaiMier Mitchell, sr.. Philan
der Mtti-hcll. Jr., Marian .riwol4, (fnrmerlr Mitchrllj
Wm. MMchell. Bernard Mitchell, Ircna Mitchell. Lrt
rimla Mitchell. Sarah Ann Mitrbell. Eliza Mi'raHI.
Ihnele Atm MMrhell, Wm. M itrhell. jr.. Frank Miub
ell and Sarah Lavenia Mtttiiffl ara twin rrident of tbe
5:ate of Tenreee ainl re-ntentanf tb Ktale ot N ar
Yark ; arid tbat Joa-ph C. Sharp. A-lmmitratnr of M a
linda beilb MitrbU. l A H-M-ri'.tilei)t f tue 5tat wt
TDneaee and reMdeut f tie Male of Arkansas, and
il further appearinc th.it the names and rrvde-e of
Oeeudanta, the ketrit. iiiribntpe atul rpremtatlTe
of ijoarker atJ Jati Wrnn are t.rtknown.
It in therefore onierei mr the CUrk onti Vaster tliat
all f said IhefoTrdattts make their appearance herein at
the Court House in Jack sou, Teua., on the
Third Monday iu July, IS7G,
tfinp the third Muntlav of the Julr Tctdi of our SAid
Court, ank plead, answer r demur to Coniplainant'a
B.!l, ar iha axuie will be taken lor confeaaed as I tht
and 5tt fr heariuff exparte: and that a ctpr of 1bta
onler ba published Uc four aucretve week in the
W hile and Tribune, a newspaper published in Jackson,
D. at. WISlOM. Clerk A Master.
!ty M, L. Vwt. Deputy C. 4 M.
Ha6 4 Ilaynea, Sol for Comp't.
The 6uite of Teiiuegee, Maulisou County.
JbB A. Greer C T. Vclk.
Iy thi cauae it jppartn: VT affidavit tbit the defen
dant. C. V. Poik is justly inJ?bted to the plainnfT.
John A. Greer hy nata, ad a oai-re,ident ef Oj
Stale Tanueee, w that tbe ordinary prorata of law
cannot be served o him. and an Ortrtnal Attachment
hnuK been levied on hi propen i 11 T therefore or
dered thai publication he made in the Wh) and Trt
bnne, a newspaper pubhabed to th city ef Jatkeo fw
fur consecutive week, couniandio; tbe ai'i C. P.
Polk to appear before me or ome other actinic Jr-lire
of the Peice f"Tatd camy, at my office m the l oam
H'tse in the loth Civil lhatrict, on the IStb. of Julv,
1S7S, aud make defenw to aid uit aAtnt b:ta. or 'it
will be proceeded arith e parte.
tor Atadiawn C'tiafy.
L. C. Roten
J mm H. R4,
J. 1'. Omrl.
IT appcrinc to mt Irtu Uj alhtJaTit f FUlirtt that
Jam- H. K-d i a tMm-raad.nl t tbr Slate "1 T-neK-ttr.
so that the ordinary piocea af law ran not b
.-rretl upo him. and it turUUer appearing -tliat sai'J
Jt-ed i.s jrttly in.htrl to the .aid Riten in the "a" af
taU6 00; thirty-lire dollars; autl tbe Ktften bartnff
auvt out an attartimfut before nif. aixl the arae being
leraieel hy rarn:shroeul : It i therefore ordereJ that
the tjud Rt-ed niaae kia appenrancr beftrre me at my of
fice in Pnr-ly. M- Nairr t'onaly, Tenn.. ou the jOth day
ef July. 174. ajJ plead, answer or aemur ! t'oDjplajn
ant's demand, or ibe saute altl be taken as confred
aud get for hcBriac ex par'e
juncU-iw. JU1LX W. sTtJU'H. J. P.
a.SOS FRM S. Irl?llt m
No. 81 ( 13th Circuit lu the .Su
preme Court at J;it-k-toti, Tettn.
WS Ht 9 it aMesmrirrff t fh clerk fwt lh
X avit vf W C. ritwrtl. on of CoHifUitianl
a.-rK-tr, RIm herein, tht the cfDdtil. W . I - Bt--mrm
is 44. mm4 mmtrngm cffc. Uft mm hie botra ml
riWnrt of tb 91 ( JtiM)tft aiwt a4i-r-iflfiu
f la fti4 C TsMfUN, ta.U l r4mary prrs
t Lb lw cjiim b avrvasl mtn : 1 ta4e
rf f r I'-a-TtTiiajf-. nrUvrefl bv 1h
Turk (bat tbl!ratVn br atrdr ta tbe Wbic Tnlmtt,
a aBapan sjc ftMiafea4 an tb tty 4 Jckm. tr Umr
pmsefiiiv eoamat aii ng tb f rail Samavl
flown a a ared Ovraj bowman, tm b an4 appaar krt"rr
tbe siuprtm t'rt for tbe Waottnt 1H ti.iim of aant
ia at a lana tbaraof la m4im t ibe 'Htrt H in
tbr city f Jarkantt, Tena., tbe 4tb aVtJav in
trmber next, tben and tber U bw caua. if n.T ittey
ba. bT tbia wit afaotd awl h revive again t ibem
aa rbibUea a batra at law of W . C IWtamJii. 4ec 1
and pr-H lo jorlgment a-rnitiiKl. Tbi hh ttaj ot
Juot, lis. J.u. n. lai- z.m fM, era.
fir . l. HT. Ittr.
la rib a A XiU CaWwall A Caldwell, Mo for Cam
plainaaia. - juncl0-4w.
. T. Coart.
Jams H. Be.
"TT apparin tie troas affidavit of Plaintiff, that
1 James el. ft fa hi -refill eat of tbe Stati
Tvama, aa tbat tb rtiiarT prorata t law cannot
be aet 4 mpm biat, and W titrtbar appearina t bat aaid
Jaairs H. Kcrm ta jualtT indebted la id Jb K- Kaed
in tNnm f ibiT dullara. (10 and the ait J.h
K. held bavit( Mtad mmt mn attaritmeat bfrc aae and
levied the mku by garni baem : It km therefore ordered
thai uid Jbn 11. Keil make his appear"- hefur me
at mv office in lurT. Me!SairT CouatT, Trim., e the
yotm da vf Jule, ItTSJ. aad plead. iuer r deniv ta
Omniaiaaat a demand, or tna aame mail be lakeu a
CimO-wed and et fr hearing ex parte.
jnnU-4r. JSO. W. BTTTiril. J. f.
DR. C. M9LAN1
roi tmi rvnm or
IlqK'titU or Liver Cutnj.laint,
rv-rtrsiV a.su sick iicapaciie.
I ntims' of a Dlstared I.ivcr.
1).IiN in tho riytit sklc, uuticr the
ctl-cof llic riLs, increases on pres
: rr ; sometimes trie pain is in tlx: loft
pii'e; the patk-nt is rnrrly able to lie
on tlie left sitlc ; romttiim-s the pain
i.; fc!t undir tl-c Fhoiildcr-LLiic, anil
it frcijirtntly txtends to tike top of
llic fchoiiltlcr, nnd is sometimes mis
tnken (or a rlitnmatism in the arm.
The stomal li i r, arTccted with loss of
appetite ami sickness; the bowels in
p.-nrrol are co: live, oHH-tinves alter
native with lax ; the he;ul is troubled
with pain, arrompimied with a dull,
heavy sensafion in the lack part.
There is gcn-ra!ly a con.-.idarable loss
of memory,aeeomp.inied with a pain
ful sensation of having left undone
somFthinR "hi h might to have been
done. A slight, dry cotij;h is some
times an attendant. The patient
complains uf weariness and debility ;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or Immim, arvd be complains of a
prickly sensation of the frkin ; his
Fpirits are low; and although he is
satifTied that exercise would be bene
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to trj
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above rym
touts attend the disease, but ca:
have occurred where few of t hem t
isted, yet examination of the lxi
after death, has shown the riw
bare been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVEK.
Dr. C. MHane's I.tvrR l'n
IN CASES OF AGUE AND FEVEK , V. !
taken wklx Quinine, are proilu
tff the most happy results. No K j
cathartic can be used, preparai.i
to, or after taking Quinine.
wonld ad vis all who are afflicts"
with this disease to give them :
For all Bilious derangements, a-i
as a simple purgative, they arc u -equaled.
ICWABK Or IMITATIOHS.
The genuine Dr. C. M?Laki
Liver Pills are never sugar coatc
Every box has a red wax seal c:
the lid, with r.he impression V:.
M?Lane's Liver Pills.
The genuine MVLane's Ln
Tills bear the signatures of
MLake and Fleming Bros, on t
ea Insist on your dnipji-1 .
storekeeper giving yon the gi 1 1
Dr. C McLane's Ljver Pii i.- , i
pared by Fleming Bros., Pitt.'lx
Sold by all respectable ilr-
and country storekeepers get-
To thoae arrsKtrMj to greo Tn. ('. '
Ijvaa Pilh a trial, we will mad
part of tlta United Stte, oae 1
I 1.- :
"TO BE OR NOT TO BE-5
U the nttir.n. "To be tn i?h . an-l "Notte lc
VluWrMrbl" by mmr rmr. are 4k nH f - f ih
Ul'lVlUJi CUITHIMi STOKE.
GREZrJB ACKS !
Land Warrants Wanted.
I1TIIJ. pay tbe birbsf market C-h prire f.r Iud
Warrant. Pttrtbarmore, 1 will r:re any pr-tm
f ive Dollar who will inform m ot a t-aiui T arraBt
tbat 1 caa urree1 ta purrbaiMie:. AlIr--,
4euri;k 8. 1SK.
L Box 64, fori n ih, tt ljumippi.
L THAT MACIC NAME!
Kindle, the emLusiatoi u tti world tserever bvitrd.
ACll aB.ledl evrywb-re to cell mi Com
plete Lmr atvl Firi-rtiiATtoH'5. and La.-'T Jm isAU. 6-"fl
pare ity U-6. Proul, l-y far!, and our splendid l
Iaat rated cirralars, tbai it outellit any other book, aent
free. Write at ooce. ; or, if In fcaMe to work, Neod l.09
for full oat tit for it and another fine book rti, to e
uioe address. L.tTu.aTojia PuatJ.- ea. St Loo; 9. Mn.
Denmark Female College
K. 1. 5. 4JS 1'entlinj; in the ( 'ham-pry
Cotirt of llaywotxl CimiiiIv, Tpmii.
4 R. Kaa-1 v.. ?C. A. FlratmoT .nil -. K. t al.laei!.
IS pe.nane. ot an interlectnre .e. ree rt-releretl in
tali C".rt ta Mid ahwt menti'Xfcet! ranee, an tbe
lftth dar u( rrbtaary. 1879, at re-nlar tcna nt said
Court: I wiWon
Sattirtl.ir, June 31, 1S7B.
atrbetownol Uemuaik. Jfattsvn -nn'r. Tenn.. a-.ll
tntila hilieat and M l.iflJer. tbe Mluains dewnhri
r rcJ 01 ' m art ot . ia Ihe plexliam in tbe
ab.ve nif-rttined eaua to-wit: Ljinir autl beinr m
adivwi Connie. Tenn.. Hi the Km a ef Itenmark. aud
botualed unthe 5ortk br Ibe laoda ,t W. M. Herrrr;
f. .'t ''n h' ,h taplaJ ray : .a tb. F...-t be the
l"t of Mr.. XH-.II eudtbe land, of Henry, .od on tbe
.7.?. " ' beuij the e.aie en wklrri
tbellenmark Female CoSlece ia ettualed.
T.aas or rial,.. Or, a credit of 8 aiouih., with
apnrotrd aecuri: taken (rem the plrrbaeer tur tbe
Iutcbaem.Miee. wiih lien retained ib aaid land lo ...
rare Uir paruieat ot ant. Ia conflraiatlow of aale
by T?t l;n"u ." '' re.lo.pte.o or rennrrbat
shall be barrel aa to deten.l.nt Hournoe. bia . re-lltor.
orass:Rn ALT.X DCCKW0BTH. C M.
B- F. bojd, Sol. lor Compl't. mLMe.
roRIIBLi: 1D TATI-1NV
raawB" aari ' -ifaantr rty I'twrr,
THCKSHlNi; Mi UlNtS svw Ml U.S.
ft ratal , aaw Taablr. nllrra
t A"lTItS, .c,
S,xc.i Im-lwrmunts to -fath r.rchirrs.
aVsd kt ircttlar arnt Prara U.t " " -
D. G. DAMEON, Proprietor
CXERKS A.. T. Hill awt .1. M. Lowia.
FARE S2.00 PER DAY.
Ih-t Hnfltmg n;J Court, mar M'irk- t Ilout
T07I. r, Pll'Xri Hrfjrr.
Lete. l Laelerle IttiejM' Kdfrville. Ky.
GULF CITY HOTEL,
m T..w ....1 ..ntl t,t
. VI II X " mim -V V e-
GRr AT MlirniOS IT UTI..V
THIS Mote" Willi il beatmfalljr taratalierl Kuaaw. aud
tbe Im4 Table thta t'.a atarket aflirrria. la
d..abterllr tbe rheare-l bntel M Ibe bowlll. ee.lT 1 a
i am rer m . a. Kdlne ta laliti r mean.
apr.Mf. W.I. MUKit' w , i-rufrtew-t
To the Public.
T1II.H U to 'ttfy all rtr Wcenii and p'
lw Ktmer-liy ibnt 1 will im Iomvt h rrpBll
lor Ihe drlXNvroiiKrirli '- -y my wiir, t. a. a.vx
odrr, mht bavnir trtx stc juir-- aiHl with
out my crtut.
Sycurtl: fr n-rrj. 1
I xonitKiKe. An liit -t -fi" . it nrieis.
Sixi b (rw . .rtKuLi.. IjR. LAKLIUN, a-;
Vhu.Ui. btrcti, Clu -Kx ll'.
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t. itn Aim a wn
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know Oti CJ rt laM i , Mar-
rt2. tk f:iv-MiiKi-l
4 ttr rei, fill.
tHrr wlUrf t4 f-mr. Tr-mt mn mu IVivst T i nm lu. J v
wr-'Blr'' the n eu-. KTIIfiWrM b4 rntn lvfwv
to thr ooty rvmWr arirnDAc wurk ofttw html mrrmr ut.H
ril. cirrf :v. tortti-ly m ptf twm U or!4 in rwrj m.
p-rt. l--!rt lT Mtv! ri urr aw.-M tti m ht ui :m ti. m,
TRAINS H15(3 SOtTrt.
1. o. 3. Wo S.
Mar 14. 1S7. Kaile. Daalr. Daily.
Le Milan HMpm 11 2t m IS am
Ar UutnboMl li J. aut li 5 ym 3 4A am
Lv HumlMilrlt 1 en .in 13..r0 pm 3 .VI
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Train N'n. 3 contirta ai Mt.ni.HjMt ami Mtlan from
rottlt i-iiih tbtr-f for LetHii.viU ; at ttUtbrt with St.
.. A S. K. Ky ; at Lban'-n Juucti-m ith koxiH ami
RH hmVti'l Br.tm-b!b ; 81 Ctnr.iitiati Jiitwlinn ith L.-C. A
I,. R. R. lor tb Nunhaml East: imivtll with t.
S. Baiai fir CfitciHiiiiii anJ with O. A M K y and
J. M. A I. R R . fc-r lb Nt-rih. Yt am! Wh.
Train Nn. 4 rotiutHli ai Wnmb-'Mt an. Milan from
IHiinrs Ivtutfa thtTt-f t'tr Lui.4vill; at MrK-nxta
with N C-A St. L ll y f.jr the Konth-a.- ; at t.nHmt
with 8i. I.. A (- E k'y ; at ;UwJiiTrttin to and from
i Ian-trow ; at t'avcitly to and fmra Miiiinmiti Cm ; at
LoH,Til)n w ith .L. C. A i.. ii. H. fr tb- Norrh atwi Ka.t.
Train N. conn-r'tj. at McErnxie wi!h K. C- A Ht. L.
R'y for tbr iulfat. Knw Bowltna: ..rm H will b
ruD aa accmiatodti to LMi'r,llr, Hiakintr am ron
neciiooa aa Ho 4. Tbia Lum poaca arrrai lBd--ncnta
to traveler to t be t'entrtiiuul, connecting with
throagrb earn from Iu.ril.e direct to tb Ceniennial
ti rem mlt in lhila.elphia.
X'ullmitii ljtlno CurM
Without CUanse are mil betwm
aW'fcfW 0 lMn3 and LouIsviUe
Ti Milan on Jfo. 1 ami Xo. 3. f .
Little Rock and Louisville,
Via Memphis on Xo. 4 atwl No. 3.
3XoinliIA nnd IN'n-tl" ill,
Ti UcKensie on K. ih( No. 5. ; .
Kir iiiJTTnuca aWmt tirkrta anl cmiiui. .a.:.,
cTk. ATHOKF, r.i n'l Pi--. A Tk't A't.
With tb'-ir rnn7tiou. bare rrremlr prrfrrt-il a
"Tmie I'urd" thai pivt ibiaold relMr' R..i.t- upen
or advtntair-i oe otbe.- enmpir)r; and ;rctiitons
rootea for (h
Look at tliesa Figures
Ieave Mnipli . 5 :00 pm
Arrive CbatiaiHMT;t - P 7L, m 4 -.30
Letare t hali.iiiv4 . - 1AM am S :.r
Arrive K tKs rilie ... a :3k pia S
BrtM.-l . 10 o pm
Lrrichbwi - S:li.m 9
retTliotx .... 2 W
" Richmond - - - - 4 43
Norfot k - - - - - - m.io
ew York - - - - M V
lUltimore - - -. - 80
" ahinti'ii 4 pni :.2
' TMltimre - T M j-m 9
" afhiUdt-tpbia - - 1 4-Spm I 'M
" "Stw ork - :l.'iam b:m
H-ton - - - 4 pm :I5
Leave Memphis ... fc:Mpm 12:?9
Ie.aLiir - J ntu 4 -05
Arrive Nhrille - - 7 am H 1
Leave Meaiphia - - . 12 3
! atur - . - . . -1,44
Arrive Monic-'niery - - - . li
'olun.bu( via pe!'k - . 3d
tlttbw, i tn. Mprinp - - -M
H Rulaula - . . - m
44 Macou 4 -25
Aavannah ..... 7:16
J jc ksoiirtlte - - - . 7 A3
Leave Mew phi. - - 1 : jn
Arrive ( hi umion - - 4 :-0
LeJiva t bauaniKfa - - - 4 .Jo
Arrive Atlanta ...... n (l
M Print ..... ? :1S
Macon - - - - - b 4o
l.tilUIDliR:. - 1 -Ot
Saraiuiali ..... t) :3fA
" AupEua ..... 7 ; 1
Charier.-'., - - . 4 :4,"i
tlui b.ire - !i ;it
4 tit t-ensboro - - - - o 2
Pa-'t)j'-a puulia-iin r.'it-nsiial e. h-mir ttrkeia
over b Mt.:nihi k t "barler-ton Kailrtt.id and il eotiaw-e-tH.
will. Qp.fi application to t'ndorror, le exlcwdtd
"tp-ovi-r" rivii.K-oa ibe rntc U:teeti Moiphl
and W abiniron. rin; or ret arm n ft
SLEEriXti COACHES OX ALL Ml.l.T TKAI8
Sleeper lcare Memthi.4 a)lv -wt 5:f0
pin lor .'li.ittano-a, Hritol. Lynclibur'j.
Hoxhiugtoii without change.
HtM alwMVK a lw an hr anv -tbt
Tt - frftice 3TM Vim Street, IMmphi. Tna.
JUM. B. MNN, iM li- KlHJt A N,
!'!-eacer Ay-nt. STS Main St. Ticket Aj't,
M. S. JAY, Oes'l Paatacngcx and Ticket Arfem.
Jackson Marble Works.!
. McMAHEN & KEARNEY,
t r. M:tiu anl t'luirili f-lretft,
JA KSON, TKXX.
i Jimh- -are Atl kind "f
ataMatbatni iaS.laaai ti. W laaxa
Of the be-.! "J-.iallty of
Italian or American Marble.
They will warrant Work done W them to compare:
ai'h ih. t.et trm 7l..rih. Ka-t or VTe.
l:atalN mmal Lrttertaf it'tit ta the
.-1 All a.ud. ul UHl-.-l.i.M TtOKK Vmm ow
aWjy" All otd-T by letter or through an aaenl will
1 i . r i on.pt al'eitioa and be hib-d at the ram. petre.
aa if lite parlte. firnar nonl.t yieil tb. auUHlMtar.
Sltr aaT l( IWi-lll.il'll Hen't an K. J' Cloiuinc,
Hal., l aps are! f u '!itbi tJneela. at tbe
rrWIS tKiewUr Hotel i. located in Iba bn nea nortlnw
1 -r uptown It a wall ketrt. aiej tb. table, ar
ala.ytmlrrpleil wilk be be-4 Ule market anrw.. wbila
the mom. are la'ce and airr. A i.lverr Hlabl. 1. alaa
krttbe Mr. ka: in eewtaecth (! tb. hotel t.rr tie
convenience of trar.llera. jaaTSJm.
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
AMD A LL TIIHII IT F.JaF,
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS,
PIT If OSLT IX Btl K BOIfS.
A TKlKaw AND 8 I E I E If E T .
Vat uht by dnitlM rewefllljr. anal
JOHNSON. UO!,IX AT rbila-lel.ki.. r.
A Gup cf GOOD TEA.
A nnteeS F.n:lt.-k Traveler ae.T. mark finer T.a
ink la Kuaaa tbaa in r n'.eiii. Ilia Jilrerarjee m I
MrahlT ewiaar n the OrerUaa tr.nrietatlon. belli
a Ihhmim buj tbe let Tea itrvwa ID t'biua, htlla
huul Mta. ta atbjw ouatalrl.a.
THE RUSSIAN TEA CC!..?A.iY
oVrr in tbU Bn-rk limited quemnutj 01 iu'
u 1.-H.lnielr VIHT..
fl . To .i.lr.wtrn f !hii Tr m lt rl Mimfle nl Ivr
liar. JH..V-.A ILA i rwi ri.. n- -
. I l-m Am
9yi 11. m ,
.IfUFAT UANTLU fr tbe New lli.torlcal
A Ciili'.r i.rnptiu- H.-.inryd Ainrruan J'xiicjr l.ife
IwO IHAK A ! It thrilli!ijt coaftwia of R-d
a ih. White Kxriliiitr Adv rut uren, Cantlvifle.
urava, Hoit. l'in-r ataitn attd y, lalian mmf
paih-.luip lifv aiol l-iporta. A bM.k "f 4d ani j.-on;.
X.it a dull pHirt. Nw ru;p-ittioo, KniHTw-i aalra.
Arrmtt Jte4 trvrerrwhrre. ii:rattd Circular!. frea,
J C. ..'( iit A ( o., Cincinnati, bio.
A rtfTllTfi TS ibt'ril'er- Hi iw day. h-t literary
rlirotuo (r- Mt ank A S".M.ri. Iib. Pbila , Pa
AiiV VTlt W aiilt f.r Ttfew eMle-SiBTtlwl Kwk
af HlwaTravlar or I)h- Ihe el Ibe rrrat trnro o
o".r tirt ! vt arx. fr-ud I-r cireUr. P. W. . T. U 1 .K It
A CO.. rbiladi-ilta, I . or Uiaf.-, iil
Kr liic tit-at
ta. the elo- of the f-rft ltw eara f arr Naii.nial t
petidiMe. iiictadme; au atxoniU ( the rtmiint; - rand
tntmtw.) EjibibititiU. paea. Uum aurrauictt, I1
ptice, uiiit k k't'n ifiiov ml i- J'. J.m.tu
A .isO. 1 hi.adelph.a. Pa., or bicaew. lit.
Mio Ki iont., pv(naifYf
lairln.lltR, nhI bmrmtmr- M--mri
and Mrriar nid, ib-winr how ruber e
may fa-wmate and Km the l'v ajd aTctie of any
p4raon they rbv f tiManiiy , 4"0 page. Ity auail Met,
Hunt A Co, 130 a 7ib &i.t Ctnl. l a.
0k 1 ojmm C y,yr b-t rhanre In tbe world
M 9km ka mm m to .inn money Aaarcfv t . b
Kavlclr atckel aik, N. J. 4
Kit Scrcfula. mil ail
ucriif niutw disraw-;, Krri
jo-Ins. Kose, tr St. Antht
ny' Hie, ICru-tiiis ntnl
KrttHive di. 'nae-s of llic
He.''!, l'I-rr.itiiins ot Diet
ljvajr, Mixnacli, Kidneys.
I.tiiii's, 1 ini)'l''ttf J UHtiilfS.
I.Diis. ilkitcln iuriHirn
.5 Tctl-r, Salt Uheuin. Scaltl
Stirrit, i;iiruiii.ilisin. Nfiiraleia, l ain in
tlttt Itonra, Si-It- an 'I Heil, IVmale
WcikiiPFS, i'tfiiiity, !ucoiilfa, arising
fmin inttrtial iil-rrietinii, nnl I'lerintt
tlisca.';t, JSypliililic nml Mercurial lia
ra,ea, lroiv. I'ysiK'iio, Finaciation,
Oneral iJcbility, ami fir J'urifyiug the
ThU Saranparill.! i i a citiultiiiatitin of
vcteptaMc alUr.itivc-3 Millmci.. Man
drake, Ytllow lb.ick with tht ItHlidca
of 1'utaHoium nnd Iron, and ia the most
efficacious mrliino yet known for
the dLs'x.s it is intended to cure.
It iiigTi'diciiU tire EObkilfully com
Itiiifd, Uiat the full alterative elffot ot
each is nsburfd, and while it is so mild
as to be harmless even to children, it ia
still ko effectual aa tu urpe out from the
B3-.stni those impurities and corruptiuns
tfthich develop into loathsome tlisease.
The reputation it enjoys is tJenivetJ
from iU l ines, and the coutidenee whit'h
jtrotniuttit I'liysicians all over the coun
try repose iu it, provo their eipcrieuca
of its usef uluesrv
Ortifieates attesting its virtues have
nt-ctimulated. and are constantly being
roceised, and aa many of these cases ore
pt'blicly known, they furnish convincing
evidence of the superiority of this Sar
saparilla over every other alterative
medicine. So generally is its superi
ority to any other mediciuc known; that
we need do no more than to assure the
public that the best qualities it has ever
jo.ed are strictly maintained.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Km.,
I rmrlleat and! iaily'iral t"Aeetere.
aou ur au. vacuoidia .vrarw-nraa. .
5EELY PYBAS, Ag't, Jackson, Tenn.
DAY'S AGUE TONIC
To all penton who hm e Chill, aud fail t ht rurtM. It
U not ne4 oit-n dnhuR thtMe hard ttmrt. lhar ,' ev t
hear ot anything bmt rivrn away, bul iu (lie rrl
ce we hare an article that will War the ruiat ar.
TiaiT, and wviulkht te-l In every aene rf the word,
and leJ deteriaiurd to plai-e it before tic pal'llc In
arh a manner that there can ma lx m "U-.-ibtio
To aii who may be efKictil wiih axi ro ttl Axu$ or
CbiJla and FfTcr, wc make I lie rupoU.oti
To all Persons
To curt you wi'ii oi 1m,:i:; .i( liay" ue TiW .
ll uever protucc arijtl jfa:iirt,'(.iiiine4k t( tixioii,
Hnrmje or roari 1 m 'l.c hej-t. r any f th.? tnr
ttlcaMaiit yii.ntuui Uiat ImI1w titv u-e t. L'MUime. it
ItK-t. nut iii(Ain ar.-tii . ' ryrliniita' ftju any iflt-r t
tHm ; il art J.iie-ly ;iHi tho Ih.t i..f .-..rl- ;l un.t !hf
ue of naualnt; j'.JU ; 1. ran I rja-f to tin.- Ut"
atomarhi. rrecl (iiimiie. and tlit 4 Ufr, are prompt, ef
feci'ial ainl permanent.
frt-rure In-m any Ir.ici -t '-r lje,-t haul. . tKtle of
Jaya Afriie Tt-iuc ii it tiirr- i-l, ainl it tl ;ati. r
turn the empfy Lmtilr, and tin- 114,11-5 w;il he rriunded
lo tes Ciiills
Tbte ia urely a f.iir prorHe-tiioti. ret .trance f mt,
none have h en irtuiied to ,.. ITiit;i:ieia and wnrr
rhnttf tar ll flv. mot: r'mrie t-t f Act Mti. and a,!!.
Dtore readily th-n any hi II fwtiy lh-y ev r mi1.
Sold Hr iJrni-ci'ta and Mert-haiMn tcenerally. tt one
ItvUar per bo trie. , y - f
A'ldtryj., 4 """v"
J. P. Drciapole,
LOl iVILLK, Ky.
ITeely & Pybas, Ag'ts.
W- will (live en -yeftc
tuen and wm-u
Business that will Pay
frf-m 4 to 1 pr dar, tin be pnrnJ in yor or
iu itlilomo4Ml. and i atnrtly bfii'j adr. !'artirular
fre, or tvaniplr worth ccvetal dollata that will enable
yciM"p-io ai.rt at vore, -till be m nt or receipt of
ftffy cel. :-. Aina ji,
J. LATHAM k CO.,
nrii-3-ly. 1 Waalilagtoo at., Botott, Maaft.
TrrRt"" V'-!- - - f'SL
TJ. X. !Jr; .- .. . rjr.
r. D. 7. HUGHES
W-tytckiM m4 CUrh Mkr4 to Or-.
Flcrtaice Scv7iE.fi l.achine.
A'o. 55 .V'tiN nlrttt, arl ifonr to .Vee-fy et
mm.. ' JACKSON, TBS!.
Valuabb Lard fcr iiala.
IH Pt'l.AHKHtlfXTr, k I tOOO r.f t.I
aable eoal and mineral l.tH U ated In Prtt.abt
Covate, Ketitnclie, at to. litre of tb. t'ltiettrMlfl 4
oowthein Hailrond - tbea enad eejlHae; tb. lewd ta two.
Tbe land 1. laed tt la from M t lad am. trarta, and t.
aaitablc lor aewwtfm tb. beet M trait and ratmg wthee
prodnela. .m-b ae K"w ift tbia aattiwii. Tba rltmate ia
eaeeedln.le mild and pteaet, and tba baaltb at tbe
cenntrr m aiteqiieled. Tne toal baiid aw lbt land t.
t tbe bel qaalile.avMl .stata la abandanee. New t.
tbe, time tw aet a laeeawtw. aa tba ealae oe tba laeet. will
b .Tea' ! T enbauced Man. aa tba Railroad, wbleb t.
now aoder eontraet, .bail hie. been completed lb.
ro.4 ta .tweeted ta ba ta rone inn order tneed. of twele.
Wowtba. rattle, rooaine OWttr a Lor. lien Will ftlH ft
arcatly to 1b.tr enter eat to ewrre.oood wnb
4. w. nail ! ran..
t.l Mdaa TatveilM, ralaabl loamy, Ky.
Ho heAiUeaa m.4 aa- oor-rnd mm to fan4 ajfaeflr
uxa aaai a r'" or.tw and fl.tfhW i' mt a 4
M,rbea I a lfy ot taar.rre rn.rrmnoitom.
f la a leeta aLlmd tert tba. a trnir wm-rrttJ e-ml
tloa ; a booai ta ail atfrrtnff ft malti ; a neTar-failio(alre- .
Biair recviaUir; II powerful trin IMK a oW offrred.
thai will ai nnra remove all raartaa. aawaHhly eK-
rrwrf.ona and derana:ent. a aa palirfal, aoppraaa
rd. obatrtet, rnWua or Irrealar aweweMraailoe..
iU eueadtlr eavtahltaeh Mtnrt la young nri waa otw
retle. awd atteta)NH luWry 1 au4 w.ll cava maMy
4iaeaae thai . w .
e lie .aa a.aitniwr. ini."i..'..
ah k beaatarke. aauaa ia aila. na.li laa l"lna. laoeoal.
...... - 1 l.-i-l. r.... Ileeterlt..
ar (.reett .lckre, emaemla, eSebmtjr. aereaatre l.al-
atlaf iei. a.imralMt and ctUiliaeea ttl tnft nea.,, wm
aial aaaaa. atertine er uarrenaeaa. I"aa "t memory.
lerpleeaaeaa, aaat aa fieaeral T"ir imnrnvlej tne .r.
eaiie...dia Jlrei- 4 keeulnf tne lleer aa m.w.
ela In a anye eaaJlia.m, M aa Ha e..al. Maal'.n.
are lnfriua tltal .....
.ii,. ma Hilr
Can ! rur.-.l l al rhr.Miic cimalattianta. awk aa L.a.
,,Wt ar el bl:e.. alreretln ot Ihe aornb. lalha. f
Ike arumh. ai-t Bumtiile froafcte.. and It Imp.rta rel.r
to tne nale. a.iua atrenjrtk tatha ea aa le. Ile. ana
caa be e.i t .11 . a". M'er al! elrc aieai.li' e.
it m fcfcerwa ata Pr. taia.aew.le'. e"nifti-k Keanele htt
lera, .! tb.MMn.1a ef flret -.!.! eaiaait. aaiee.
vwa spa. It. aeeallar ttVae. Iinm .11 Met4ta. l ilt
up in larre laiiee. mm ba ae rerfnee4 in nrree to
lluaor far a. On. rvi.l br ilraermt ana rlealer.
trervahere w eapreaeed an trilpt "I prU..
J. P. DSOHGOOLE,
.. LOUISVILLE, Ky.
NEELY & PYDAS, Ag'tS,
N KA 11-.
Lciinitcn, Mtnn Co., Tern.
rT'lHFKif felef ata-i "pt iTf- a-e aetdty eocnlna; Into
L anfHilar favtar, aanl aiir ri. control of tr Jo.
It. ilfVaoM, will Ivacoaar, otte of ihe moU d-lfthftu1
fS 1 1 m m. i ItrtaortM
tn the Slat. The t' y iu tbe tort gb barb ood la hean
f i fell the air Mah)Hrtia, awd the loratMMi owe of the
awMaHhie 4 to be thMiod tit where. 7vw and eernmo.!-
nn hiiildme hewr hren ere!! tr the at r.-jnmodai itm
arwwta. and tlw laM-a (. Ie fmihd with the boat
the rottittry atTfrOa. 1 mm to- I it ii atJ curative pro
per tie of tbe watrr. ta nt nn--r tn fditottahla. aa many
In J a haon will icatifr- It yu t a u atpnd the nm
ner cheaer iKh yo ean at hHN.r, atd enjoy jone
alf alriitMlantiy, be aura aud vi-it the
J Iluaton rHrliie-M
T"T further If form atto, Addrca,
JO. tf fllNf-H, Prprlwt
" at'J-m. 1 l,r!tli!(tona Tenneaaee.
THr.SK f-Rl.KRMATFaO rtPKl.ft l.-H ATFI) KEAR
Tilt-ibowia, in fraahl-u cpeaart r. T-nn., are now
oprn for Ihe reception -f tuilmt. !Tia water of fheaa
hprttif-4 l Ihe t.et known remody or tba cai a M dia
eaaca of the Lirvr, fttomac b, fbwt, avimlneya, ate.
tned all train at Tillahtna with o-aaforthlt-
By ba i
He the wrk
fcr ihe lay - - - - .
4 htMran aitd arranu half prlc.
For aMldltioeiat prtcalara aHdreaa
atii.l.r A HHO ,
Hnrrhane Hfirir. ria 4H1-bow.a. Tenn
$t&mT,Mttm front the Koala eiti-.-a the 4'eiitmnlal
eao al.jp orer at thae &jtritfts. tirkaAM hrtiif; r0- or
ixtydart. - maV7-tm.
r.:iss minim CLE020E,
Bin jukt orr.xr.o a:
Ilata nnd lionneta,
EEISS HMIIS EriiOT III3.
MtlT IXK'I MiltTH OF JJ LUBr-IX K,
Market Strccl, - ' - " - r Jat-kbon, Tenn.
Wliere -be re-vectiu!lr In.'lica the Ladfe. tn e.ll In
'proaptcting ' in her line. af 2 3tn.
k . .. e
;; ! by
TCMLf?;SC:i & CuA.KE.
TIios Season of 1S7G,
H1I5G leu.,4 t,.r lht rut,,n, krM;m thl. wc,.
n" 11 na''r le.-urt. et. .re now rareiviu. .ret
eiitereamuig vt-m, ot "
Tli- H'-tA alHlvpnartenancea have na-rti renneatett and
JceJ 111 aniri.v orl.r, .i.rt ill Ire kept and main
taiiHM rim in. the entire hea.-n .
Dlir tattle .a ill be .aualieit in aeottea inre arith the
Ita,.- ai.n ateliea ef ur v,,i..r.. bat "Ceaulrr are"
.. ,are. m laa eery beat lvle ami ailb a view ta he
aaui.al theiurali n-e.n,s .,.. ,( mc, ,,.!,,.
ntairijttt,- aiJ relaratna. er.al jr in the line ol tL
aialm ttaiilial tbe dairy. . .
ltonrrMM.am,4 tu ,t noaerwl and cura
tive M all lk Mineral Watera. He eideiille aaaert
that Hi. aiili.-ai a .uprrior. ami far Ibe trnib a
the aaaerlien reer to ihe l)i..ii..e.a th have. In aet
""'" ffrmavery eH..n o( ,t,K caxitilrr. vMterf ami
teteal by Ibe virtue, ef thta water The are ear ref
erence., airt ae are .tlliur. that thefr vjime.n aball cort
trM twir tatreatatre
t'..nif..rial-le llarke.nd . ajtle tnail alll nia fr.ai
Vorrtl.rn ta Ibe h.etnt:t la milea. d.nn( tb. etttlra
eee. be Merara. Tayl.rr Harrell.
We will take irreat pleaeitr. In nntmptfj anawerinn
.11 letlrra ef Itaita-y.
TOML1NSU-V 4 DRAKE.
andcottiy yoa over a fj'od rd au.'ae to tbe Sprtnara
HaiHlti Improvement hare been laada at ma laat
a. lenhrarma; aoaarefeei of tmrerad ralier.
a new d-aMr-trak in pu all-r. ana addiitotaal