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THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1880
From the Memphis Appeal of yes
terday we cpy the following iu re
pird to the New York .State CoriTen
veitin which met at Syracuse ou
Tuesday. From the lights before u,
it U our opiniou that the Ciiiciunati
convention would do well to throw
out both New York delegations, and
have nothing to do with that etate
until they can settle their own family
The two Democratic conventions of
Ntw York have met, transacted bus
iness and adjourned. The leaders
composing them and the citizens they
represent are farther apart than ever.
Tilden did not send the p-omised let
ter; hs has not retired from ihe cau
vass, he is still a caudidadate for the
I'mideucy. He still prefers to feed
his insatiable ambitiou at the
expens of party unity and
suoceas. He is determined to have his
way, or prevent party triumph iu
the cation at large, as he did last year
in New York. This is to be deplored.
We had hoped that where so many
sensible and experienced men were
concerned a spirit of conciliation
would prevail, and that some accom
modation of the difficulties and differ
ncs between Tammany and Tilden
would have been reached. But they
have failed. The great stale of New
Yrk again sets the bad example of
division and enmity, aud will again,
as in 187G, go up to the convention
asking for seats lor two sets of dele
gates. But we hope that better couu
cils will prevail at Cincinnati, that
there at least will he ieace,
unity and concord; that Mr. Kelly
as well as Mr. Tildeu will be
wade U learn that the day for person
al rule in this country has passed and
their welfare alone are to be legislat
cd and provided for by the National
Temple of Fashion
M' G a rock Block,
37 Xorlh Cherry Street,
IS THE POPVLAR FBSORT rORGEX-tleini-n
of culture and taate iu Ibe rt of
dress- Their stock f Eashionablo tints aud
Vina Furnishing: tioods if the largest and most
complete to be found in any city in the Souta.
You ha not seen Naahrille until you have
united their elerant otablif bmont.
J no. R- Wilbon and Z.T. Coiyer, with
semen, SCHWAB & CO,,
087 nrttnUwaty, Sew York.
SCHWAB & CO.,
(I4A4.0 X. fifth M. I.Onin.
T. M. Schleier,
M'Gavock Block, Nashville, Tenn.
Permnnen t Ph otoyraplt ,
Oil, Pattel, and Crayon Picture.
A terrific tornado vUited MarshGelJ
Mo., last Sunday evening. It is re
ported that near one hundred people
ltst their lives, among them all the
pnyeiciaus of the town, besides one r
two hundred wounded. Nearly every
house in the town was destroyed. Be
lief trains were sent in immediately
and all possible help rendered the suf
ferers. The &L Luis Republican's Marsh
field special says that seventy-one vic
tims of Sunday's storm have been bur
ied, and fsomo twenty-five or more
arc in a dying condition. The num
ber seriounly hurt is about one hun
dred and fifty. A babe about eighteen
months old, whose mother was killed
and friends all wounded, was found
yesterday in a ravine north of town,
where it lay all night. It is now do
ing well. Another child, two years
old, was found yesterday evening at
seven o'clock in the top of a tree,
where it had been for nearly twenty
four hour?. It Wits considerably bruis
ed but will recover. It was claimed
to-day by the parents, who lived two
miles and a half or three miles from
town. Its aerial flight hence must
have eutended over three miles. A
wa'oa has been fouud that was carried
over four milec, and a section of the
smoke stack of the mili over three ami
a half miles. It is reported that from
thirty to forty persons have been kil
led by the spurts of the tornado in tht
country, aud that the town of torsi
cana, in Barry county, is as badly
wrecked as this.
Hon. W. M. .Smith, census super
visor for this district, has written a
letter to the Memphis Appeal, from
which we copy the following extract;
The fifth supervisor's dishiet has
been divided into ITS enumeration
district", numliered from 1 to 178.
The civil district of the counties have
generally la-en adopted as enumera
tion districts. In some instances two
or more adjoining civil districts are
united iuto one enumeration district.
The numbers begin with the counties
iu alphabetical order, enumeration
district No. 1, being civil distrists one
and two of Crockett County, and end
with Weakley county. Crockett
county has ten enumeration districts,
Dyer has six, Fayette fifteen, Gibson
twenty one, Hardeman twelve, Hay
wood twelve, Lake one, Lauderdale
nine, Madison seventeen, Obbn elev
en, SShclby thirty-eight. Tipton
twelve, and 'Veakley fourteen.
Brownsville constitutes one enumera
tion district, Jackson two, and Mem
phis niocteeu. Iu Memphis the enu
meration is to bo completed in
two. weeks; iu the icmaiuder
of the district-, during the
month of June, the enumeration be
ginning all over the country ou the
first Monday in June.
Memphis and Ohio River P'kt Co
FOR CAIKO, l ot I1VII.I.E and CIS
US A 1 1.
Andy Baum, .las. Y. Gaff, Yirgie
Lee, Cons Millar, Vint Shink
le, Jas. I). Barker.
STEAMERS of this line leave memthis for
cairo, Louinrille ard Ciiiciunati
Mondays, YTedn'd.ajs & Fridays
At 5 o'clock fi.m-. connecting at Cinmnuati
with railroadi and steamers for all
. and Western Points.
Giving through ticket to all points Chiea
ro. loledo. Buffalo. Richmond. New tork.
Washington City, Philadelphia and button.
Eastern tourists will findttba La Belle rrver
route safo, delightful nod economical. Katis
by this line cheaper than any other first-class
route. Meali and Staterooms free. Baggage
necked thiough. For full information apply
t R W. LIGHTKfKNK.
Sen. Freight aud Ticket Hg't,
No. T Monroe t .Memphis. Tenn.
Pasaengers can rely on a splendsd trip hy
this line.a the steamers are all flrst-clas.h.iT-tng
been expressly built fir the accommodation
of pasaengur. .
Kach stesiner carries a full string bund.
U jn a. 1. J -1 - - - J- - Jg
A Presinfioa of IH3X mi CAU3AYA EAHX, In ws&hitica i!!b tij Piss;-
Endorsed by the Medical Profession, and rteemmradee y tbna for
ftnieotia. General Debllitj. Fema'e DUeattt, Wnt tl V!b::tj, Ac
No. 4, Jackson Stveet,
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COLLECTIONS ON ALL POINTS IX TENNESSEE,
and prmipt returns made, at reasonable rate-. Deposits received subject to chtct at sight.
Issues exebange on all me l-autlig cities in Hie e nuea suhw.
CoRgRspospKNTS Bank of America, New Tork; Bank of Kentucky, Louisville. K.: Fi-st
National Bank. Chicago. 'II. dcclH-lv
DK. M. D. L. JORDAN,
DRUGGIST & CHEHiST,
North Side Main Street, Milan, Tenn.
It. S. McCLARAX Prescriptionist.
rpiIEs:andard patent medicines alwaya in stock. A in line of Cigars. Tobacco and Toilet
JL (Joods at popular prices. Physicians .prescriptions filled at all hours, day or night, by acoiu
prtent ami careful pharmaceutist janlo-ly
W T. Hn.t. (WW Tt-m.. r,.i:
riK'a Imis Toic ha oone borders lit;,
who had been doctored nearly to death lor ae
oral yeara. naa ueeu wtna
.. , . K t . a nM rf Ha. ' .
HARTXIt'B l wiuvii,
raised ber rrom ner ""iOiSSsl a Sv
wnero ae nan
lying for maiir
u w m'wht vm 111 W'
JiiRhU wii"e wfiT-Hi iron! the of yor
or fnurhnaIrJ Jotlai-sdocton1 two boiUe
thref or four tnmorcu douniQuaon nut. io poiuc
Vmbf i wo To!- dtti hvr roor ooU ihn mil other
V. . i ,n,iKUil with " - - akat
jrk M from wliicU b U kuncil rclirrd.
XXIE DR. HARTER MEDICIHE CO
Nr, flia KQ2TH MAIN flTBXET. fiT. 10 U13.
HILL & CO.,
AND JOEBKRS OF
Phillips, Buttoiff & Co.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
STOVES, TIN WAKE,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
a and 36 College Street, asliville, Tenu.
Marblci.ed Iron Mantles and Grates, every thing necessary and eoiiM.-tent for Kitchen. Pin
ing Kooiu.iLaundrv and Dairy. Ice Cream Kreciers. Water Coolers Kctngerators. r ly
Fans, and all Mj inmablc (4oo is. Tin. Mato and Iron Hoofing, Oalvaniiod Iron toruiee and
llou?e UrniiiiieiiU, Fruit Jars and Cans a specialty.
THE OLDEST FIRM IN THE CITY !
THo Plaoe To XJviy Yoxir IX.r-cl-wx-o ! 1
11. H. ANDERSON & CO
THE LARGEST DEALERS IN THE CITY IN
Hardware, Cutlery, Iron, Steel, Nails,
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE.
Tho attention of Mechanics is especially directed to tha large supply of
And Farmers to the nnrivale.1 assortment o
FAR M I X (MM PLEME X TS.
We are also Mnnufncturers' Agents for every Description of Fann Machinery.
ALSO CiENEHAL AGEN IS FORTH. CELLBUAl ED
Oliver Chilled Plow and Champion Reaper
TR. FT. A-jSTDEHSOST & CO.,
rh.rrha.riw,Klre -in. ..... JAI HMV TK.
-MAN UFACTL" r.ERS OF
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Ufos. 31 and 33 South Market t..
C. E. Wheelock & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Engines, Threshers and Mill Machinery,
McCORMICK'S REAPERS, MOWERS AND SELF-BINDERS,
CF.N'KKiL ;iCKNM FOR
South Bend Chilled Plows and Richmond City Mill Warks.
Allan fc illjmjrr Portnble And Stationary J nc' ",
Xos. XI tl" H:t South Zlarh't't St. Xah rifle, Tenn.
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
MOULDING and BRACKETS,
AND DEALERS IN
Dry Lumber, Framing Lumber. Flooring, Ceiling;, Fencing and
LAFAYETTE STREET, .... JACKSON, TENN.
(H est oflloward'a Livery Stable.) e gih-tfm
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
FW Quality of Sjisctaele alway on hand.
65 JIAIX STREET, - - J K'KSOX. TtSXKSSEC.
Wat hfi. Clocki anl Jewelrv Carefnllv Kvpnireil. novlU-Iy
J. 11. HAWKINS,
Atkeisson & Wray,
Wholesale aud Rctiil Dealer! in, and mauufactarers of
Ladies' & Gents, Custom-Made
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS, TRUNKS, VALISES & UMBRELLAS,
29 Cherry Street, Bet. Church A. In ion,
Headquarters for West Tennessee.
W- B. L Iff IU S IT,
34 Union Street,
Haaon hand the Finest Wines and Liquors in the city.
Men's Furnishing Goods,
Fine Neck WeaF
Silk Umbrellas, Stetson Hats
See his Centennial Display.
J. W. EiLKIBOI.
T- M. Maokkks.
Tbe Grand LoJge of Ancient Order
of United Workmen elected he fal- j
lowing officers in Nashville: Grand
master workmen, T F Terkins, Jr.;
grand foreman, E J Read, jr.; grand
overseer, D W Hughes.; grand recor
der, L H Everet; grand rotiver, J
M Barnes: craad jruide, E b Gregory;
grand watt hnaan. Sam Taylor, repre- I
wntatives to the Sup:eme lxlge: C O
Thomas, S S Garrett, and I lw lor
J. W. Baldridge & Co.,
Manufacturer! ai Dealers in erery arity of
Leather and Gum Belting, &c.
FRENCH BAND SAWS A SPECIALTY.
Allkinaa.f rUpairioc. flrindinf nd Polhin done. Saw. commad an! Hammered th.
JiO. TIJtK STREET, CIKCIST JIATI. OHIO.
In a difficulty near Cloverport, a
iew days since, da, ij. jvouiuu
pnd killed Garlan.l Andreon.
J. K. BROWN & CO.,
FRUIT eOIlIISSION BIERCHANTS,
112 Second Street, "Market Square,"
LOUISVILLE, - - KY.
Flour, Meal, Shorts, Bran, Corn, Hay. Oats,
Cotton Seed Meal, &c.
Near M. A, O. Depot, JACUSO, TEXX.
Manufacturer of the Celeb atel Snow Flake Fleur. Highest cash priee paid for grain.
Q. II. RAMSEY.
J. W. if. BVP.KETT.
Ramsey & Burkett,
WHOLESALE AID RETAIL GROCERS
And Dealers in Country Produce,
Nosi 56 La Fatette ad 6 and 8 Markjct Strekt,
Jackson - Tennessee.
ReAned Susan, Fancy Teas, Coffee, Molasses, Syrups, Canned
Uoods, Pickles, and Ihe Celebrated
LOG CABIN CIGARS.
CINCINNATI INDUSTRIAL EXrOSiriON.
Silver Medal, Highest Premium.
FOR "BEST" QCAtlTT
SELECT FRENCH BURR BULL STONES
Thos. Bradford & Co.,
61 Walnut Street,
Manufacturers of the "BRADFORD" Portable Mill.
mw Pealera in Putrh AnehorBeltin Cloth and General Mill Furnisher!!.
G. E. MARKLET.
AXLINE & MAKKLEY,
Fruit Commission Merchants
A ad Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
196 West Sixth and 61 George St. CIXCIXXATI, O.
SALE OF FRUITS A SPECIALTY BERRIES IS SEASON.
"D i.ft.nnnflo R G- Dunn CO ' Mercantile Agency.
XteiereUlCb, F0Urth National Bank, Cincinnati, 0.
HOOFS Louisville Roof & Felt Works
hJ Corner Clay and Fralklin Sis, Louisville.
CHARLES II. CONNER, Proprietor.
MANUFACTURES Roo6n Material!. ParinfConcrete. Black Varniflhea. Jre. The Felt, Ce
ment and Gravel Roof which we manufacture and apply ii the best eorerin in the world Tor
iatroefa. It is 6o.ol.Wly Sr PT, aitmUbit oae half ai aura M metal. Boofing
C. L HOWLRTON, Agent,
Wholesale Manufacturer of and r.-:ili-riu
COLLAHS, AVI I IPS, ETC.,
53 Market Street, Nashville, Tenn.
-We are prepared to fill r-lers on hurt notion nn'l at Jwwefit oa.-h prut.
ESPECIAL NOTICE to the AFFLICTED
II. II. PAGE, DRUGGIST,
160 North lleseStreel. S ASIIVILI.E, XKXSI.,
HAS nrenamticin nued exturnallv. whirh be rnranffe In eure Tetter or mt Ski . Die t.
METTEt. KINO Will; M. I'Kl'l E't ltRl 1 M il. II EAT PIMPLES. SCAl.U HKAl.
AAt'LT K II El M. in fact, all Skin M-eiff. it metier not from vtl-at caue or how lour Un4
ins. M y lueiii' ine is fTcecilingly plcaiiiit o lb' nifll. a:i J .'. linic ami -uotliiur. It rau li
ui-eil on theui:illtst rhiM. 1 rap umdure fiamlrerfa nd han-lrrda of rertffi.an-j of en res from
tbe use of ruv 'letter medicine :iler every other reuirdy had !:iiie'l. It i-oMs y.-u notbinir to try
it. for if it fails to cure you. I will refund you every rent v.m pay me- 11.11. PAjK.
Diarll-lv I r nr int. lri"i . Collere St.. Mihyilie.
M. VUKXS. JR. 1st.
JAMES 1:1 KSS.
.M. LL' KSS. JK. 3a.
BURNS & CO.,
COACEWARE, LEATHER, &c,
60, North Market Street,
NASIIVTLUE. - - TENX.
TAVEL, EASTMAN & HOWELL.
Manufacturers of BLANK BOOKo,
yr e i
.And all lindjof WALT HAM and other i.lebratej 'nERICAJI WATjnt:!,. AH UawU
KirH IK and Warr.nited as Hepreente.. Prire. heaper than the theauest. ftew ana
Frei-h Woods Boiteht for Cash- I ure and call at the rixbt place. marM-ly.
Xo. 5 I'XIOX STREKT. E.ilt MARKET. XASHVILLE, TEXX.
B; LOVENSTEIN & BROS.
IMPORTERS AM JOBBERS OP
WHITE GOODS AND NOTIONS.
0S. 242, 244 & 246 MAIN TREET,
; ESTABLISHED IN 1-a-
JABEZ G. KIRKER,
CONTRACTOR AND ERECTOR OF
ferfhant and Cri.-t Mil's. Elevators KMilWies, Siw Mil!., HI'V Si"?'
JlL Water Wheels, and .Machinery in lirn.-ral. . ill Sioi.e. Vorlal.lr Mills. Portable Uuta.
Boltin ( loth. Sinutlers and Separators, and all kindy ol Mill Maehinery of thehest quality
furnished at Manufacturers' pi ices- tecond-hand Engines. Shailinr. Pullrrs, W heels, etc.
f r9ale' Main ami Tenth Street. l.OMKYILLE, Rl'.
Wholesale and Reiail
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS FOR MILLINERS, AND TRIM
MED HATS BY THE DOZEN,
Xhave dow the largest ttock erer hrourht to Leuisrille. from tha ery Lowest to the Hirheit
Price" and ill continue to receive all the new novelties an they appear durioK tbe season.
KEM E.MBER that I pay no rents, and Mrs Colter beine . Practical Milliner, aud burinr ave.
ry Joilar's worth of Goods direct from the Importers and Manufacturers. I claim that I eaoiell
cheaper than others, as there are no; cin this f'itv that haye sach advan tares.
RKMKMlii! IHE PLjACE,
Retail Hoaae, 37 frh Ktr-t, ppoitr Alexander' lllel, Whelesale
Htaw, t or. fftb aad tlalu, Laninrille. K
Orders from a distance promptly filled aud satisfaction rnaranteed or foods may he returnedat
my expense. mar-i -,n
MILAN MARBLE WORKS.
MAKrFACTURER OF ALL KISDS OF
Blonnments, Tombs and Tablets,
OF THE BEST QUALITY OF
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MARBLE,