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NASHViLLfi UNION AND AMERICAN, THtJKSJDAX AUGUST 12, 1869.
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The New York Tribune is groatly
exercised lest Andrew Johnson
Bhallbo' returned to tho United
The returns of the election show
that tho negroes deserted tho Radi
cals in -many of tho largest negro
populated counties. It was only
whero the loyal leagues arc stilt in
existences that tho nearoes were
forced to voto tho Radical ticket.
A Washington dispatch sa3's
Secretary Boutwoll has insured the
lasting displeasure of Mrs. Grant
on account of the activo part taken
by him against tho conservative
Republican cause in tho South, upon
which ticket Judcc Dent, her
brother, expects to ascend tho
gubernatorial chair of Mississippi
such hold fupon thtypoople as will
cnaDie its neair 10 mrow on wnn
impunity the majority of tho Ro
publicans in tho Southern States.
On tho Gth inst. tho Memphis
Post declared that "the Democratic
State ticket is probably elected by
fifty thousand majority." On the
9th inst. tho same papor saw "it
would havo been superlatively
ridiculous to have claimed as a Do
mocratic victory tho election of a
Republican, nominated by Repub
licans alone, and running on tho
Chicago platform." Tho Post is
considerably bowildorcd by the re
sult of tho election.
Ooit election tables this morning
present Gov. Sontor's majority
as upward of sixty jive thousand.
In East Tonncsseo, with five small
counties to hear from, ho leads hiB
competitor noarly twenty-five hun
dred. In Middle Tennessee, with
several small counties unreported,
his majority is more than forty
thousand. In "West Tennessee, it is
nearly licenly-lJirec thousand, with
four counties not reportod. His
majority will be fully seventy thou
sand. Tho voto on the Legislative
ticket corresponds four-fifths of
both Houses being anti-Republican
(tho word is -used in its technical
and party sense).
A critical analysis of this result
offers a problem in tho political
arithmetic which tyroes cannot
readily nolvo. Doubtless in the
track of tho total solar obscuration
on Saturday last, from Alaska to
tho South Carolina coast, diago
nally athwart this continent, there
were those lost in amazement at
tho phenomenon, ignorant alike
to what to attributo it and what
would be its effects. The in
telligent and educated foreknowing
it, were not astonished at its ap
pearance, and perfectly understood
that it was in accordance with tho
eternal and immutablo laws of
Nature. Thcv had no need for
looss conjecture, nor the consulta
tion oi obsolete horn books ; nor
did thoy indulge in wild speculation
and prognostication. Nor did they
think, when tho full-orbed splendor
ol the sun again appeared, that " a
now moon had arisen on mid-noon
Whoever, in regard to this poli
tical result, supposes it will be tho
cause of any now and wondorful
combinations and revolutions, that
shall blot tho larger planets from
the firmament, or permanently ob
scure great lunuamcntal prin
ciples, simply do not understand
the situation. Tho sixty
thousand majority in Middlo and
West Tonncsseo, not to speak of
that in East Tennessee, if ono
will refer to tho voting that
tho pooplo of this Stale
have done in tho last nine
3'cars, explains itself; and not all
the contrivances and plans of poll
ticians can alter it. It docs not
foretoken proscription or intolcr
ance towards anv class of
men, white or black; it does
not .propose the rovival of
extinct issues, cither in State or
national policy ; it does not mean
to remark old party distinctions ; it
it docs not indicate factious antag
onism to tho general policy of the
Federal administration; it docs not
ollor resistance to enlightened pro
grcss in every department of public
affairs; but it docs mean
that tho true principles of
American republicanism shall be
reasserted: and that the reckless
liconso with the rights, libor
tits and property uf tho people,
masking itself under high Bounding
titles, which has run riot with af
fairs for several years, must slop
Tho nolitical organization to bo
evolved, will take whatever namo
the people may adopt, and it will
ho significant and appropriate.
1 KANT AND UENT.
A Washington Bpocial of the 10th
inst. to tho Louisville Courier-
Journal says :
"Tim funk linn lonk-pd nut that diirlnir
tho recent visit of Judgo Dent to Long
Branch, witli several Misuiesippians to
Kt o the President, tho interview was not
a very pleasant one, as the President
irivatcly informed .ludgo Dent that ho
could not bupport him, us the nominee
of tho Conservative Uepuhlican party,
hut that on iho contrary ho would do all
in-his power to eei-urc tho nuceess of the
luidical ticket. II further informed
Dent that he had already heen much
censured on account of the statement
that he would give to hira the support of
the administration, and ho wished it
understood now that ho would not givo
his support to him or any other relative,
aa he was tired of getting himself into
trouhle on account of his family."
If Grant has takon the position
here indicated, ho is a greater fool
even than we have given him credit
for being. If ho has the gumption
of a goose, ho can not fail to sco
that in doing so ho is placing his
administration in antagonistic posi
tion to aA-cry largo majority of
those in theso States who have sus
tainell him s'ince his inauguration.
Tho 'Grant administration has ino
iion. BMtesiriELB Kinr.i:v
About cloven o'clpck yestcrday.a.
telegraphic dispatch from Murfrces
boro received in this city, announc
ing the suddon doath by apoplexy
of the distinguished gontloman
whoso namo heads this article. lie
was well on the day provioue, arid
made no complaint until a short
whilo "before his death. To relievo
a sense of prostration, suddenly
seizing him, he took a Blight stimu
lant, and repaired to his homo,
which he had scarcely reached, be
fore an apoplectic attack terminated
hiB lifo at onco.
Judoro Ridley was a nativo of
North Carolina, though he had been
for many years of citizen of Ten
nessee. Ho commenced tho practico
of Inw at McMinnvi'.lo in thiB State,
and upon tho establishment of the
Chancery Circuit system, wffa
elected in 1S39 ono of tho Chancoj
lore, his district comprising quite ja
numocr oi counuos oi jiiiuuio Aon
ncssco. In this high office ho ac
quired a deserved eminenco, and ho
is regarded as ono of the founders
of the equity jurisprudence of Ten
nessco. ilo was ono oi the original
professors in the Lebanon Law
School in conntction with Judge
Ab. Caruthers and Nathan Greon,
and tho distinction that institution
has acquired, is greatly duo to his
learning and talents.
Judge Ridley was born in the
year 1801, and was consequently in
the sixty-sixth year of his ago. Hb
was of robust framo and tompcrato
in his habits. He was a man of
warm temperament, decided in his
viows, upright in his course, and es
teemed alike for Lis abilities as a
lawyer and his virtues as a citizen
His death is a public loss, and a
Bpocial ono to the community it
which ho resided. The bar of Mur;
frcesboro and tho courts of Middle
Tennessee will doubtless take ac
tion in tribute to the momory of one
who had conspicuously illustrated
the annals of tho profession.
INSECURITY OF 1AVH.
It must havo been observed how
cheap of lato human life has be
come, and how frequently life is
taken and man plunged into etern
ity for tho most trivial affronts.
This is contrary to tho laws of God
and man, and should be corrected
It can be dono by a strict onforco
mcnt of tho law as it now exists or
if neccspary by tho enactment of
more stringont laws or by calling
forth in tho public mind that moral
Bontiraent, which is open in its do
nunciation of crime and bold in its
demands for its certain punishmciit.
Such a sentiment requires crimo
in all its various phases to be surely
punished, and will frown down and
drivo its perpetrators from high
places, and is rnoro determined for
the punishment of higJi than low
llhtcralo offenders. To permit
crimo to pass unpunished is to
license its commission. The safely
of society itself requires that it bo
punished according to law, it mat
ters not tho character of the crimo.
how high the position of the offender,
or with whom connected.
It will be recollected at one timo
during the oxistoncoof tho latccivi
war, that crime became so dofiant
that it was unsafe at noonday to
travel beyond the limits of tho city
upon any of our public highways
or ovon to be out after nightfall in
the city. "Why was this ? It arose
from tho fact that the execution, of
tho civil law was in abeyance, and
from tho idea entertained by
bad men that they could com
mit any crime and go uupun
ished and "unwhipped of justice,'
and that tho military authorities
would connive at its commission
About this timo, however, tho lato
Wm. Ileffornan was torn out of his
carriage from tho side of his es
timablc lady, and in her presence
brutally murdered for money "by
foui ruffians, two of whom, wo havo
been informed, did not oven conceal
themselves. Tho murder sent
thrill of horror through tho corn
munity, and tho authorities deter
mined that punishmont should be
speedily and heavily inflicted. Tb
murderers wero arrested, tried by ;
court martial and condemned to dio.
and although they boasted that thoy
would bo pardoned under the gal
lows, yet on tho day appointed for
their execution they all expiated
their crimo by hanging.
This community well remembers
that the effect of thus summarily
bringing theso offenders to justice.
was extremely salutary, and as far
as the commission of crime was
concerned, produced a most re
markablo lull, aud the community
war. in fact, free ami safe at least
for a time.
This is an oxtrcmo example, but
it shows what tho experience of
mankind has always taught that i
the violator of the law be surely
and certainly punished, crime will
bo less frequent. Tho law is tho
governing and controlling power in
this country, and must bo respected
and oboyod, and in order to secure
respect and obedience it must be
enforced without fear or favor. Its
majesty must bo acknowledged. As
in England, no influences should bo
allowed to obstruct its certain en
forcement, and bad men must be
made to know that punishment is
tho suro consequonco of its viola
tion. In tho languago of Mr.
liurko, "we may bite our chains if
wo will, but wo shall, bo
made to know ourselves, and, bo
taught that man is born to bd gov
erned by law and he that will sub
tetituto will in? the place of .it, is an,
It may perhaps also be well to re-
move many oi tno causes wmcu
sometimes induce crimo and incite
to a violation of law ; such as bear
jng. concealed weapons. This ln
our opinion Bhould be prevented by
the passage of and strict enforce
ment of moro rigid laws, and the
many murders and deaths which
Bhock tho community will never
And now since conservatives aro
in power wetrust that conservatism,
moderation and a disposition to
obey law and uphold its Bupromacy
will characterize their action, but
when tho law is violated that the
offendera shall bo punished even if
they bo legislative school fdnd
S.TI10 Memphis Post (Uadicai;
scouts the idea of federal intorvon
lion in this Stato because the peo
ple did not elect Mr. Stokes. This
was Stokes' hobby to frighten tho
citizens of Tennessee into his sup
port, but it failed most signally.
The Post rightfully contends that
there is iust as much ground for in
torvontion in New York on the
ground of allogcd fraud; that "frauds
in Tonnosseeno morojustuy intor
fcrenco than frauds in New York ;"
and that thoy are equally States in
the Union in full fellowship I The
Post further says: " The only caso
which would justify federal inter
ferenco is presented when a Stato
ceases to havo a republican form of
government, which is required to be
guaranteed by the constitution, ana
in tho ovont of open hostility to tho
general government. Now, tho form
of a Stato government is indicated
W its constitution, and this
must be decidedly anti-repult
rnn t.n inatifv intervention. It
must deny tho rights of a portion
of its citizens and fail to protect
hv its fundamental law. But
it is not pretonded by those who
invoke the aid of tho executive
that such a condition exists in Ten
nesseo ; thcrofore thero can bo no
justification for any such invoca
tion." This is scnsiblo in tho Post
at last. It sees now that it would
bo a very foolish thing to inaugu
rate revolution to sot aside tho State
government because tho people did
not voto to suit theRadicab, and that
thero is not tho remotest probability
that the President would look with
favor upon such a movement, much
less to give thoso who should ex
hibit rashnoss enough to undertake
it material aid. We guess that
since tho election Mr. Stokes sees
it in this light. He has retired to
his homo in the "mountain district,"
and wo hear none of that bragga
docio which characterised his cons
duct of tho canvass from Cuatta
nooga to the closo in this city. He
has been so utterly overwhelmed
with defeat that ho has no heart to
attempt to carry out his threats of
revolution. It may be fortunate
for tho people of Tennesseo that
they condemned his revolutionary
threats by such an overwhelming
vote. It has silenced tho Rail
cals who wero disposed to encour
ago Stokes, and sent them to the
shades of private life, whence thoy
thoy will not soon bo resurrected
Even the Memphis Post, which was
howling but tho other day about
"tho grand trial at frauds" and
about Democrats elected to tho
Legislature having perjured them
selves, now advises its cohorts to
"wait events." "Let us sco," quoth
that nanor. "how the now order
of things results." "Possibly,"
adds, "there will bo that wisdom
and moderation which will give the
peoplo thoir host protection and tho
national government its best sup
port." This is tho wisdom which
the Conservatives havo had to mau
into these Radicals.
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X r.lh liiiv uf AueusL A. D. ISC'.' a warrant
in bankruptcy was issued against tho estate of
Charles Martin, of Nas hvillo, in the connty or
Tk.Usnn Rt.t. t.t 'P.nnM.. 1.1.11 ' V .1 3
been adjndged a bankrupt on bis own
netition: that the payment of anv
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longing to such bankrupt, to him, or for bis
use, and tbe transfer of any property by bim,
are lorbilden by law: that a meeting of the
creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts
and to choose one or more assignees or bis es
tate, will be held at a Court or .bankruptcy, to.
be bolden on tne zist day ot Anguat, A. u
1S69. at lJ o'clock a. u at tho office of the Reg'
ister in Bankruptcy. Nashville, Tennessee,
beforo Alexander S- llradley, l.jq.. Register.
E. R. GLASCOCK.
augl2 2t U. S. Marshal, Moisenger.
'PHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. THAT ON THE
Clh day of August A. V. IMj'.t, a warrant in
in bankruotcy was issued against tbe eataln nf P.
11. Williams, of tho 7th district, of the county
oi itonertson anu state oi Acnncrsce, who
has been adjudged a bankrupt on bis'own
petition ; that the payment of any debts and
delivery of any Prouerty belonging to such
bankrupt to bim, or for his use, and transfer of
any property by bim, are lorbidden by law ; that
a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrunt.
to prove their debts and to choose one or moro
assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court
of Bankruptcy, to be holden on tho 21st day of
August. A. v. istft, at iu o'ciuck a. u., at tbo
office of tbe Kegister in liankrnptey. at Nash
ville, Tennessee, before Alexander H. llradley.
&tt: Kegister. n. u uasiuuh,
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ST. CECILIA'S ACADEMY!
THE FALL TERM AND NINETEENTH
Session will commence on MONDAY. Septem
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M'LL&EUGENIE M. TOUl'iST WILL RE
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or in a class.
For terms and further particulars, please ap
ply to M'lle Toupet. in person or by letter, at
her present residence. No. 12S South Summer
stroet. Nashville, Tenn. autSlm
1I1E NEXT SESSION OF THIS SCHOOL
onent oil tbo lnt of Mcptcmlier. whan
a Boarding Department will bo opened by tbe
Corps or Teachers.
MRN. UENltl WKOEB, Irlaclinl.
Prnf. TIf OS. R. BAILEY. '
Latin. Greek, Mathematics and Natural
Mons. Uk CASTRO.
Mrs. M. Jb. CHAPMAN.
Pror. HENRI WEBKR,
Department, nf Music.
Mrs. J. F. FRYAR,
Teacher on the Piano.
Mr. AMBROSE MORRISON,
Teacher of Drawing and Painting.
Teacher of Penmanship.
Teacher of Fancy Work.
Edgefield. July 9. 18fi9-tf
milE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
JL existing between Francis Fnrman and
Frank W- Greon, under the firm name of
Fnrman, Greon & Co-,
is this day dissolved by limitation.
Ti .nnlnr mrtnor Mr. F. VURMAN. U aU
itinvWni ii .Sim ihft firm nam ft in Iianidatiou.
An early settlement by those Indebted to the
late firm is earnestly requested, as tbe business
MUST BE SPEEDILY CLOSED.
Thftnnokawillbe found at the office of Far
man iCo- No. 18 Porter Block, Cedar street,
nearly opposite WffAff0VSffiiMAH.
PRANK W. GREEN.
Nashville. July 13. 18ffi)-jyU lm.
rTlHE ABOVE FIRM HAVING EXPIRED
-- by limitation, the nndorsignrd will con
Under tho firm namo and style of
PURMAW & CO.
At present we will occupy the gradeand base
No. 18 Porter Block, Cedar St
nearly opnoslto tbe Commercial Hotel, until
Wo. 1 UlUJvS uiiUUK win De reouui. i o wm
keep constantly on band a full supply of ;all
goods suited to the varied demands ot tne trail e.
Tn thn enstomers and friends ot onr late firm,
we extend our sincere thanks for their former
favors, and hoping to secure a continuance ot
their natronaro. we cordially invite all the
trade to give us a call. The books of Furman,
Green & Co. will boround at this offiep.
jyH tt C F. FURMAN.
CLEARING- OUT SALE
Our naif-yearly Clearing Oat Snlo of
IXrE OFFER FOR SALE A VERY DESIRA
V V ble little place in tho country, threo miles
from the city, on tbe Lebanon pike, lias on l
& neat cottage and other necessary out-build
ings, and a never Tailing well ot oxcellent wa
ter. To a maa who desires to enioy "country
lire within city reach," this is an opportunity
that is seldom offered, as the placo is susceptible
or the highest improvement. Will be sold at a
ATASONIC SUPPLY STORE. Convenient
JlX rooms in Masonic Temple, Cincinnati, O.,
have been refitted and refurnished for display
and Pale of Masonic and other Society Goods.
Having established a successful business,- the
undersigned is prepared tor extensive orders,
and can send C. 0. 1), or C. 0. D. on examina
tion. Supplies for Lodges, Chapters and Com
manueries. Alasonie carpels, Jewels, Collars,
Dinlomas. Pillars. Officers' Aprons. Full Tem
plar outlits, Jtf to S60. Also Collars and Aprons,
Kniglils ot I'ytnias, unaptcr nobes, l. u. U. r.
Jewels. Refers to prominent Masons in each
Slate. jyl21m JOHN D. CALDWELL.
S15 Get tho Boat 20
SENT BY EXPRESS. CASH ON DELIVERY
THE GENUINE OROIDE
Improved and manufactured by ns are all tho
best make, minting cases, nneiy cnaseu and
beautifully enameled. Patent and Detached
Levers, full jeweled, and every watch perfectly
regulated and adjusted, and GUARANTEED
by tbecompany, to keep corroct time, and wear
and not tarnish, but an appearance equal to
solid gold as long as worn.
These celebrated wateheswe are now sending
out by express, C. O. D. anywhere within tbo
United States and Canadas at tho regular
wholesale price, payable on delivery.
No money is required in advance, as we pre
fer that all should roceivoand see the goods be
fore paying for them.
A single watch to any address $15.
A club or six, with an extra watch to' tbo
agent sending the club, f'JU; making seven
watches for $10.
Also a superb lot of most elegant Oroide
Chains, of the latest and most costly Btylcs and
patterns, for Ladies' and Gentlemen's Wear,
TomJO to 40 inches in length, at prices of $2,
$f, IS and $3 each; rent when ordered with watch
at tbe regular wholesalo'pricej.
Describe the watch required, whether Ladies'
or Gentlemen's siie, and address your orders
and letters to
THE OROIDE WATCH CO..
IIS Fulton St., Nenr'York.
JYB AND CORN'.
r.,r which the birbest market price will be paid J
We are prepared to rurnish sacks for same. ,: ,
73 and 75 Broad strn. t.
IB Nashville, Tenn.
Wanted to Purchase,
SMALL DWELLING HOUSE.
convenient tn the business portion of tbe city.
AHR1NGT0N, FARRAR A WEAKLEY.
McCREA & CO.,
Hugh McOrca A. Co.,
Produce and Commission
MERC II ANTS,
-is SPRING BROOK BUILDINGS!
MAVH ILI.K, - - TIINNEKHEE
HAVING REMOVED TO No. 42 SPRING
llrook Buildings, opposite our old Ware
house, on Market street, we willcantiuue to doa
Cotton, Storage & (opiin'n Jtiisiiiess
In all its departments ami branches.
We are amply Prepared to handle COTION
ANIt iiriiK.lt PRUllliCE. and our charces
shall be as moderate as any other first-class
house in tbe city.
Our Warehouse being supplied with a
makes either story available for tbe STORAGE
OF MERCHANDISE and PRODUCE of every
description, in largo quantities. We will 4ay
particular attention to this branch ot our business.
We nre Agents fjr the sMo of
Eagle Mills Standard Cotton Yarns
Cotton Rope mill Bnttlnj?,
and we will always have on hand a full stock,
whioh will be upp!iod to the Trade at the cur'
rent prices, witn lue usual upcouni uu,
We will also keep a constant supply ef
Copper Distilled Whisky,
which will be sol J to the1 Trado on reasonable
Wclinn strict attention to the interests.
cf nurfnendsand correspondents, to meritland
receive a liberal patronage .'' '
WE AVILt SELL ALL DESIRABLE
Goods AT SJONT, and all goods not
so desirable, REGARDLESS Of COSJC. pre
paratory for furnishing our Fall Stock. We
have a full line of every artiele in the Dry
Goods line, such as :
Percales, Muslins, Lawns,
"White Goods of all descriptions
Linens, Piques, Bereges,
Grenadines, Japanese Cloths.
A full Stock of Hosiery,
A complete assortment of Do
Linen and Cotton Sheetings,
Embroidery, Corsets and Ta
Black and Colored suns in
A fine assortment of Lace
Linens, Cassimeres and Broad
Cloths, for men and boys'
Carpets, Oil Cloths and "Win
AND A GREAT MANY OTHER GOODS
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
ALL AT COST PRICE !
Come one and all to secure first bargains, as
we wilt sell goois at astonisningiy low priees.
G. BICE & CO.,
G2 College Street,
jlylC NASHVILLE. TENN.
NASIIVII.I.E ANI) LEBtfiOS UAII.V
3ST E W LINE!
ON AND AFTER THURSDAY. AUflUST 5.
f will run a Daily Staao to anil from Leb
anon. Leaves flasuvme 4:30 r y. leaves iico-
anon at 0 a. H.
OFPICE-St. Charles Hotel. Market street,
aug5 lm V. W. TEAtiEY.
T. T. RI7P.nES5t. R. A. KKALCT.
Late or Burgess k Co. Late of Burgess & Co.
Late of No. 81 S. Market Street-
BURGESS, HUGHES & FRALEY,
81 and 8S Nonlli Hiirhet Street,
NASUVILLE, - - - TENNESSEE.
Wo call Special Attention to onr Stopk qf
BAGGING -A.TI TIOXMCI
Also our increased laeinties lor
STOKING AND SBLLIAO COTTON.
augl daw tf
dQ fififl WORTH OP DRY GOODS.
IBO.UUU Roots. Shoes and Hats. Cloth-
iug, Queensware, etc.. etc.. will be sold at pub:
Ilo auetion, on TUURSDA Y. AUGUST 12. at
jrtiRi ir y & co.'S
AUCTION ROOM. No.7S CIIURCU STREET.
The, almvH atAek is levied UDOn to satisfy ex
ecutions and positive orders, to be closod.' The
attention'orthe trade is especially called to
ihU eale.u Sale to commence at 10 uVbiek aim.'
Thn ahnvn stork, trill be on exhibition on
Tuesday, AngqstW, at 78 Church street, j
KATU COUNTY, TA.
rpHIS FAR-PAMED WATERING PLACE IS
-- now open for the reception of visitors The
virtues of theso waters are to well known that
we deem it unnecessary to enter into details.
The Baths are admitted to be the finest in the
world. Circulars containing analysis and cer
tificates will be sent on application to WM. 41.
This property is being refitted and repaired,
and no pains will be mired to render tha euesta
comfortable. Route from the North, via Orange
and Alexandria railroad to Gordonsville:
thence via Chesapeake and Ohio railroad to
Miunoro Depot, lloute from the South via
Lynchburg or Richmond, and Chesepeake and
Ohio railroad to Miilboro Depot ; hence fifteen
miles to the Warm Sorincs.br a fine line tf
stages, with steady and accommedating drivers.
inence to tne not springs live mires, ana Heal
ing, eight miles.
HOARD Y KB DAT g Z 75
' Witr 17 50
' Mosih 60 00
inn!5 2m WARM SPRINGS CO.
T. H. JONES & CO.,
SOUTHERN FARMERS' DEPOT.
UTos. 2 ami 4. Corner of College and Church
T. EL JONES & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers, Wholesale and Hetail, in Agricultu
ral Implements, Machinery; Field. Seeds, eta, eta
Save TIME, TROUBLE and FREIGHT by purchasin? yonr goods of a RESPONSIBLE HOCflB
AT HO 1LE, who WARRANT all their Machinery.
T. H. JONES & 00.
ARE CONSTANTLY ADDING TO THEIR IMMENSE STOCK THE LATRST ANDMCST
approved inventions in Agricnltural Implements, Improved Farming Machinery. FiI
Seeds, etc., and with their extraordinary facilities are enabled to offer rare inducements to Fi r
raersand Dealers. They WAKKAJH1 sJMheir Machinery, and will DUPLICATE LOUIS
VILLE OR CINCINNATI PRICES on anything in the Agricultural line..
Come and mako your selection from the finest assortment of Agricultural Implements in tha
South, among wh ch are the following, from the best manufacturers in the world :
3? 3Lj O W S.
BOOK AND JOB
Church and Cherry Sts.,
OPPOSITE TH .
Maxwell Mouse & Post Office
"DODGE'S PERFECT" PLOW, (the Best and Cheapest
Steel Plow ever introduce into the South.
"AVERY PLOW." all she.
"MILLER" STEEL PLOWS.
"MOlilNE" STEEL PLOWS.
"COLLINS" OAST CAST-STEEL PLOWS
"PITTSBURG" STEKL PLOWS.
"ELLIPTIC" STEEL PLOWS
"PLANTERS' FAVORITE" STEEL PLOWS.
"CALUOUN" STEKL PLOWS.
"LIVINGSTON" WKOUGI1T AND CAST PLOWS.
"PEACOCK" STELL PLOWS.
'RICHMOND" STEFL PLOWS.
'DIXIE" CAST PLOWS.
SOUTHERN STATES CORN AND COTTON" CAST
PLOWS. " i
II ILL-SIDE PLOWS.
LEFT-HAND PLOWS. ...,..
RIDING PLOWS. "Case." "Buckeye" and "Stafford"
DOUBLE KHOVEU PLOWS.
SINGLE SHOVEL PLOWS, etc.
TVine and Oiclei Miills
No 2. "Excelsior." Hutchinson" No. 1.
o 2. "Excel!
No. 1. "American"
Grvnin D rills -
"Superior," "Baekeie." Biekfjrd k Huff
man "Uoosier." "Willonhby." "Cardwell."
Th"Universal FanningMiir-our own Man
u fact are is the best Combined Wheat Iran.
Grain and Seed Separator ana aaiut diacmne m
existence. Prepares wheat far Seed and Mar
ket cleans It trom smut, vaeai w " !
ed. broken andHhriveledKrains. and will chaff
from Three to Four Hundred Bushels Wheat
Set day. It will clean w neat. ura, usu.
arley. Rice Timothy .Clover. Corn MeatUemp.
Flax. Millet, Hungarian Grass Seed, etc, and if
Timothy and Clover be mixed it will separate
tbem- Warranted it every respect.
BEING PREPARE!) WITH THE
LATEST STYLES OF JOB TYPE
NEW AND IMPROVED
BOOK AND JOB PRESSES!
BUN BY STEAM,
"TE CAN EXECUTE ON THE-SHORTEST
Notice and VEliV LOWE3T terms, m
tbo very neatest style of the art, all kinds and
SORGO OR CANE MILXS, Various Paltems.
FVAPORATORS PORTABLE FURNACES,
CorrngaUd'and Flatbottomed. GalTaniied Iron and Copper Pans, alt sites.
COTTON G-1 1ST S-
GULLETT'S STEEL BRUSH GIN.the
Favorite of the South.
Makes the most beautiful Sample, will
not br.ak the fibre.
Cotton worth from one to three eents per
pound more than by any other Gin.
WARRANTED THE BEST IN USE.
We haves the exelusive Sale and Control
of "Green's Patent Farm Gate." & valuable
improvement, and romethiDT every farmer
sbonld have. Call at our Warehouse and
CORN SIIELLERS. Straw and Feed
Cutters, Wagons. Corn ami Cob Crushers.
Plantation Grist Mill. Dark Mills. Smnt
Machines. ClovcrliulIers and Cleaners.
Rice Threshers, Rica and Coffee Hullers,
Revolving Horse. Hay Rakes, Kulky Hay
Horse Hay Forks. Hay' and Manure- Forks, Cultivators. Harrows, Grain Cradles. Seythes and
Snaths. Cotton Planters. Corn Planters. Broadcast Sowing Machine'. Plaster Sowers, Garden and
Field Rollers. Seed Drills. Cotton Harrows. Portable Engines and Steam Saw Mill. Wood Sawing
Machines. Agricultural Caldrons and Boilers. Hay and Cotton Presses. Brick Machines. "Dis
muke's Clover and Grass Seed Gatherer," Wagon Jacks. Bee Hives, Cow Milken. Well Fixtures.
Road Scraper?. Store and Railroad Trucks. Washing Machines, Patent Churns, Apple and Peach
Parcrs. Lawn Mowing Machines, Reapers and Mowers. Threshers and Separators, Horse Powers,
eto , etc.
Can furnish any Machine Manufactured in the United States, on Short notice.
Orders from a distance roceivo faithful and prompt attention.
TERMS STBICTLY CASH
T. II. JONES & CO.
Goods warranted. Liberal Discount to the trade.
Send for descriptive Catalogue and Price List.
VISE CO. OF BOSTON.
Store Gl "Water Street ZBostortj Mass.
. 1 1.
In any Style or Color. !
FlETItrOLlE aTTXNTIOX OIVKM TO ALL F0EK3 07
Legal Blauks, ' 1 1
Bills or lading,
50 Sizes and Stvles nf Visfis nnnRtaTitl'o' nn
"Warranted for heavy work.
OA i a jrsn? - i - . . ..
oLuuuuru xaiumg macmncs simple, great capacity
and nower. Five Sizes, wefrfiinfr 2.30r. l.fiOn. iOEO.
1,000, and 900 pounds.
I I i tn m-r-D a T-A Tn
n. -J I LU 1 iXC3 L C1
II. 1VOTT, E'rcsIleHt.
A. II. i5ii.lIXAIt, SuperiHleudeHt.
ilylflv " ' r
Marine, and Fire
'Under the new charter. Is nowopen for businr
AT NO. tt NOIVrn COLLHGS STRKEf
Next door taearnar of Union strMt- ,
W. ALI.EM, Prrrt!
II. I- CLIIUOKNE, ScrfCnry .
Spoclal attention given to printing
Fosters and Show Bills
John M. uui.
C. A. K. ThomDion.
J)aniel V. Carter,
K. II. Cbeatbam.
G. W. Uendershott.
Watson At. Cooke.
N. K. Griffin.
a. u. Adams.
Jcsepn W. Alien.
for which, we have the best facilities In
UUI. UGI I O in currency or eoin received
sabject t check same as
who inecity national Uanka
Ibe attention of both city
and country depositors is
called to our bankinp hours,
H A.M. I 5 I. Ji.) offer
Id greater facilities for the
trantaelion or business than
any oinernanjc 0 tne city.
i r 1 nnj.i n
Greenbacks and National
Bans; notes received at par
ienn8SS(3C Stale and TT. S. Uonds on
hand lor immediate delivery
rum maraets constantly re
ceived and on file for the use
UUIU,' OIIVUI i Sonthem Money. Xand
ana miscellaneous. Stocks
nml uoniu ItAnrnt and .nLl
UIVJ-llu'lM Exehance- on different places
Germany. France. Italy.Bus
ia, Delgium. Holland, etc,
uiu in uuua iu suiu
?. LEevcnue Stamps at Government
v ' Hi ft O - , i-t a m
eery and Circuit
. . ... i .i ,,. . . , rosimasiers. eio.
jxuaiiiriiic, j.eimcsaee, I decZ7tf
Also, yte are prepared to execute
Riliig and Cook Binding
Of Every Description.1
In the best and most substantial manner, at
greatly reduced prices.
All' Work Warranted.'
All Orders sent by Hall will 'receive
prompt attention. '
BHOOBI CORN WANTED.
eho,ic5e,IouSf,' th8 highe3t m"te' P"" f-r
adcu'rkil'ree0 Warehonse- f W
ty&lm FRENCH A BROWN.
WHE'AT AND CORN
WkSpVpVI11, HIGHEST MAR
RET rKICl. for Mr heat ma corn d
Lvered at our warehouse.
Jj8 an McCRKA k CO.
A LR? JH0VHND BJ'SHELS OP BAH
.wil1 P2.MIi? market Brte"X
J S tf
No. 4ii South Market.
IjUMILIES FOND OF TnEM WTTr tm
1? well to supplr themsel vi wtm Mr ?iu
'"1? Pfn Tory rich, made lrom'na
wheat. Graham Flour fresh everr dlr m A
"te Church and F7on tVtStl 1 ,hB
-lyJMf D- D. DICKEY.
WE WANT T0 PURCHASE ntMunriT
1 1 iy. to till k French order fit. fi .
land Bushels PttlMli WUKaT S L huu
over tha mpkt ...i.-r.tl aaa WU Pay
& Ce.'s ar
va vUAM jwsaaia.a A MA.KMLt
.... . auu k.jjiiviuiu, ui iu .r, guiuu L' .
Morgan xars. llnn.I BnilJtnr i ,bonL rnm
We are In Rood readiness for Storace of all
articles of Merchandise and Pro luce eentin
packages whether lor sale or shipment, or to be
held here for account of the owner.
The very larze Granary. 27.CM) square feet, is
snccess aeainst the denredationa ot mi .i
ofmico too. unless sent to ns within sacks of
Tain. It is lust tne arrangement needed fur
Wheat. Bye. Barley. Oats Corn Meal and
Flour In sacks or paper bags.
Kach owner can be furnished iiT
apartment by promMfy comtnnnicatlni the
aanutxto Do sent- Wo procuro aJTMrcea on
roduco and AI erehand lb pnt tn n
samo with inaarance unless ordered not to do
We think. we, have one of the most secure
buildings In this country, and oner this com
munity, as we -think, better, ehem.nr
surer accommodation than can be failed' nr
.. . Ull II 111 11 UULUliAIt.