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lmlolUntrw; one4ullarfnr uiwothtr-r;
fly reaU fur three nualht, ixtikiihlt i a -
Xatared at tae t U llils a. Tea, a
squall elas matter.
QUICK SALES AND
"T Would respeelfully call (he attention of my
Caaeo, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign
Watches, Cameo and Aiethyst Rings, Chains, Lockets, Society
Badges, Solid Silver and best plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods,
An-1 a great tniuir other article generally found ia a 6rt-rlf -Jewelry 'tore, which tivin:
!0 boa'.'lii at grnatlv redui-ed price. 1 offer at b.wer rtes tfcun found rJecwbere. aim du
plicate any eastern pries. To convince yourself please gi-v a usll aud examine good and prices,
livery arlieiee warranted as represented, r the money lefnndcd.
rden from a di-tance tilled with prfitnptncut and goods suit on approval by express.
IUpniriiif mt diiaeult watches and Jewelry a specialty, and warranted at reasonable prices
C. B. Wkeelock & Co.,
Engines, Threshers and Mill Machinery,
MCCORMICK'S REAPERS, MOWERS AND SELF-BINDERS,
O.XIBU "jkCnKTfi Kill
South Bend Chilled Plows and Richmond-City Mill Works.
Allu 4k Itljinyer Fa rankle Mad fctallouary En(lai,
Jo. 21 t S3 South Market St. Xashrille, Tenn.
Atkeisson & Wray,
Wholesale and til Dealers in, and manufacturers of
Ladies' & Gents' Custom-Made
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS, TRUNKS, VALISES & UMBRELLAS,
2! Cherry Street, Ket. Church & luion,
Wimc A . I'-oorKM. Trenton. Tenn.
K.J. Hi CNini, A laiun, Tea a.
Ju. K. WaLKKK.Trei.tna, Tenn.
Vo per, It u ch a n tutJi'U Vi I ker
Attorneys at Law.
Of-ii Taylor lilurk. Collect Street, Tron
idua. Tena-. aiiat war C. Montgomery' Star,
iltuoa. Xua. ap-lr
J. C. X1I)a-.
L. II. Trta.
Mr.lktarmon & Tyrce.
Attorneys tit Law.
CoUaatiucj will fiwn prompt ettcntien-
M. m. xeil, '
Attorney at Law.
WiU practise ia tirana aad aajoininc Man-Bi-CelUctoni
promptly attended to
Jaw. II iU.
!b. r. Wd.I.llilSOX
Attorneys at Lai v.
A. . HAWKLXS. 0. C T0W.BS.
Hawking ,j To trues,
Attorneys at Lawf
bpeaial aitenciaa (iran to aaUoetjaaa.
Clutter G. Bond,
Attorney at Law.
VTI0K an Baltimore 3w-eat, betwaen Lib-
m and Chai'Ob. jaii-om
J2obt. W. JIayncs,
Attorney at Law,
OFHOK-Horth of 8uare. tireer Block.
ill practica ia i4nU aad iapnun
vort at Jickwn.
a. a. alalia.
t. r aaoais.
RANKIN t RHODES,
Attorneys at Laic.
0ia ia Coliiai' Black, up atain. Room Ko
4LLECTIOaM A SI IX I t LT 1.
Real Estate Agents.
A JCrXlEKR. of plndid tnd desirable farms
y. in liioMin and adioiuing ountiev for rale
bv uf at extraordinarily low figures. Wo take
ileaure :u answering communications giving
dewripti'.ns of i roporty. .
liaoref of Ini iu the Northeast rrt of Mi
lan, containing a neat bri-k aweliins. with
tu. tabie out boufcs.lnd eil liuproved. Xeriur
We also have several vteant towr. lots forsala
n good term. Persona airhing to buy, sell or
rent, either in town or country, would do well
a aall on or c"rre.-pnl with u.
Ma also have several hundred acres f Ene
Cat in i ii g lands in Texas lor sale or exchange
Vrlovu ur ceuntj ptoperU' in this BU U.
patrons igdfiie publia to ar large bow stock of
t'Mhatn and Cherry Ma asivlll. Tfnn.
Retail Dealers in
P ROEESSIOXA L CARDS
I". L. Ware,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE Ird floor up sttir ia tiie Collins
Dr. J. P. McGe,
In addition to the general practice of Medi
eino and .Surrery, is prepared t" treat He
iormitief, B:uural or acquired- Al.-o i'il.n
'irluJa. etc-, by the late-t and mol :ippnvrd
1)11. W. It. EVERETT,
yVYn.h v'fH Milnn one wock in each month.
Tbe time will bo indicated in next i.--uu.
DR. S. 11. AXDERSOX,
iruntinydon C" Milan, Tenn
"1171 1.L le in Milan the last two weeks in
If each laouth. All work cnaruntt'e i and
at the lowest rate. niar'J." tt
D EXT 1ST,
OFFICE ia Mn O'Danlol'a MtHiucry Ptoro.
Always has on hand plenty of the following
ubstaatiais, mixed with all tbcauperb
Beef, Pork, Mutton,
Turkeys and Chick
ens, by the pound
dressed or undressed.
ALL USDS OF
Chops and Steaks.
Vegetables baugbt aad sold, and full value
paid for good rouna plump country Beeves and
Mutton. I'hore is aelid coaafort la be had at a
good fat market bouse, bend your orders to
City Meat Market,
Kept and ran by
M. L. BALED
G. W. SIBIS,
fcraj Iron koiuht by m at 50c rer hundred.
Thewsrds of the go.eip are as
wound-; to nUence tke envious
tongues, be just aud fear not.
"What a comparatively happy and
blessed world tlii-i would be if eople
would only h )ld their tongues!'' Es
pecially would innocent stud timid
persons be made more happy if the
gossipers would attend to that which
concerns their own conduct, and Jet
other people's acts alono, not render
ing interpretations in accordance
with their sinister views. Thers is a
promptness on the part cf small aud
evil disposed individuals to torture
the words and acts of others, so as to
coincide with the obliquity always
existing in the babbler's mind, totally
disrespectfully of the feelings ot their
fellows. This moral pest ijrnores the
good old adage ; "Miini your own
business and let the affairs of others
abne." Seeing others engaged iu so
cial relations, necessarily arising in
daily intercourse, they misconstrue
the innocent commingling of the sexes
and whether iuclined or not, do make
jieople unhappy by uttering idle
words, baseless and untrue; but the
tattler cares not as to the foundation
of reports. The pleasure of repeat
ing uupJeasiuil, tilings is paramount,
and the vulture's scent for carrion is
not more keen than this socitil buz
zard, eager to circulate small talk.
They are relentless.and show no mercy
towards any ersoit or class. The
mind of the gossip roou bconles inca
pable of euKrtaining or instuctive
conversation and all good people are
careful of their words and actions in
the presence of these loquacious fun
goids ou society.
It is cruel aud sinful to do or say
anything that produces pain or de
prives our follows of the pleasures aud
cnoliting influences genuaiu to the sos
ciety of the pure and good, and wheth
er intended vr not, is reprehensible,
anil should not le countenanced.
With weiiriless steps the gossip tracks
the village. io utter with minuteness
aud iteration supposi'ions us truths,
reck I ess as to conseq uences, nor cares ft r
theeuuoceut or the guilty ? To !e the
first to tell a tale is of in uch more i in por
tance than to be trutlif il. The golden
rule has no beauties for them. This evil
is a lawl blight to society; it gradual
ly crushes out all desire for rational
von versat ion; its spirit is essentially
elli.-h and is gratified by an inordi
nate de.-ire to habUle, regardless or the
feelings of others. Reader, is your
heart eet oil annoying, by tattling -if
the conduct of others or retailing stale
talcs without foundation, the emana
tion of an evil mind? Remember that
sooner or later you will earn, and jus
tly too, the reputation of one who is
censorious, if not a common falsifier.
You are not set as a judge over the ac
tions if affairs of other.; the ' babbhr
and metiler in other peoples' business
or acts only mars, and thank heaven,
it does eonie time happen that in
thrusting his nose into other people's
affairs lie gets it seriously jammed,
hut not as often as he should; but as
often as he does, he will find in tho
pure no sympathy." !?. (J. L.
.ot a good Seasou for Uoltiu?.
We have just one thing to say to
tha discontented spirits who are in
clined to bolt the Democratic nomina
tions this year: It is not a favorable
season for carrying their designs iuto
The issue of the Presidential cam
paign involves the preservation of our
form of government Oram's election
is beyond all cavil a step a long
stride toward Imperialism. The
greatest, best, most patriotic men iu
the Republican party so regard it.
lieu. Grant himself, when referring
to the subject in a recent public
speech, said that he was accused of
seeking to be something more than
President, J but omitted entirely
to disclaim such a purpose.
Afr such a time bolters from the
only party deteminedly oppo-eu to a
Third Term and to Imperialism have
no place in American politics cer
tainly do reputable place.
The only way is to leave them soli
tary and alone, without any following.
X. Y. Sun.
The Washington National Republi
can prints a letter to the editor about
the Whittaker case, which seems dis
posed to carry the war into Africa
with a vengeance. The writer'blunt
ly says: "Senator liruce is worth a
hundredWhittakers, and his Senato
rial ostracism is, frjru bis position, a
thousand times more offensive than
Wbittaker's. Mr. Hoar, of Massa
chusetts, made a telling speech the
other day on Cadet Whittaker being
left to himself, but the honorable Sen
ator did not think how severely he
has left Senator Druce and his charm
ing wife alone."
Alexander II. Stephens has ex
pressed himself of the opinion that
Gen. Grant, if nominated at Chicago,
would carry Virginia, North Caroli
na, Florida, Louisiana, and give a
close race in Mississippi. Grant is
ten per cent, stronger in the souili
than would be any other Republican
TENNESSEE, MAY (3, 1880.
OVER TIIE STATE.
Gallatin has a sensation in the way
of a "ru-naway nigger."
Two Chinamen have kicatal at
Union City for the purpose of epen
ing a laundry.
The Knoxville Chronicle calls Mr.
Beck, 'Senator-old-man afraid-cf-Wattersojr-Iieck.
The Winchester Heme Journal has
donned a iew spring suit, and is hap
py. Shake, neighbor.
The Tipton Lecord denies that it
has joined in tue reconnneudatiou of
Gov. ilarks for re-election.
Obioa county has decided not to
move the county seat from Troy to
Union City, as was proposed.
General Joseph E. Johnson will cer
tainly be iu Nashville, May 20th, at
thejunveiliug of the Jacksau equestrian
The Memphis Appeal seems to
think that in a sanitary point of view
Memphis will this summer be the
model city of the Union.
Mr. W. H. Brulon has letired
from the editorship of the Jackson
Whig. He is succeeded by the old edi
torial war-horse, Don Canieion.
Jackson Whig: Mr. Dials, of this
city, w ho is an engineer on the Mobile
and Ohio railroad, lost four hundred
dollars which he had in a trunk at
Macon, Miss., the other day, when
the storm visited that town.
Ciarksville Tobacco Leaf: Prof.
Lupton, of Vanderbilt University,
has written a work on scientific agri
culture, and we understand that
this work will be taught in public
schools and most of the colleges in
Nashville Herald: Mr. David King
celebrated his 103d birthday yesterday.
He was born in 1777 on the second of
May, and is still a healthy old gentle
man. He is now living with his son,
Mr. II P. King, No. 113 South
Jackson Whig: Died at his resi
dence on Royal street, in this city,
Wednesday morning, April 28th,
Maj. L. J. Fleming. M.ij. Fleming
was for years Chief Kngiueer and
General Suiierinteudant of the Mobile
& Ohio railroad.
Nashville American: The Third
National Bank of this city recovered
a judgment against the county of
Wilson iu jthe United States Circuit
Court, yesterday, for $15,050. The
suit was brought to conijel the pay
ment of bonds issued in aid ot the
Tennessee & Pacific Railroad Oorn
pany. Dresden Sentinel: Capt. J. G.
Thouiason left us Mondi.y iiiht fu
tile Centennial. He carries with him
an ax-handle made from a shade tree
that grew iu the yard of the celebra
ted David Crockett. The handle was
made by Mr. R. W. Barton, who says
he has frequently seen the old hunter
resting under the shade of the tree,
when he (Barton) would go there
calling on the Colonel's youngest
daughter. Mr. Barton lives near
Rutherfi.nl Station, and is said by
those who profess to know, that he
proposed aud was rejected by the old
statesroau's pretty daughter. How
ever that may be, it is very evident
that Mr. Barton did not let his rejec
tion "feed on his damask cheek," for
now, at the age of seveuty two, he is
hale and ln-ai ly. He is the father of
a large family and one of the' most
respectable citizens of Gibson county.
M. Guizot, while ou a visit to Lord
Aberdeen iu Scotland, was talking to
him in the park one day about the
English system'of election, when his
host stopped before a modest cottage.
"This little house," he said, "recalls
to me a shameful deed in my political
life." " What ! an act cf violence ?"
"You shall hear. I had as tenant
here an indenender.t fellow, who an
noyed me horribly. In every election he
uuously oppose 1 me. I made up
mind ti h ri.i of biin." "Ha !
vou turned him out?" "No. I redu
ced his rent by. a guinea, and destroy
ed his qualification. A mean trick,
and I've always been ashamed of it."
According to a correspondent of
the New York Sun, General Robert
Toomlis informed some Cincinnati ex
cursionists, a few days ago, in Savai -nah,
that he favored Grant for Presi
dent, and ou being asked why, re
plied: "The third term will be
the last term. . I want Grant elected
so as to break up your d d govern
ment. I hope, by G d to live to see
While Nashville is complacently
celebrating herhundreth anniversary
and feeling her age, Boston is prepar
ing for her quarter thousandth, which
occurs in the autumn of this year.
Her Common Council has voted 525
000 to secure a fit commemoration of
the day that is, $100 for each year
since the city was founded.
In order to test the question, an
intelligent, reputable and phyisically
perfect negro was recommended by
influential residents of Hartford for
appointment en the police. The
commission rejected him ou account
of his color.
Quarantine has been established at
Baltimore from the 1st of May until
the 1st of November for all vessels ex
cept for those from United States
Field Cultitre of Strawberries.
Prom the Anna Farmerand Fruit (Irowor.
Dr. II. E. McKay, of Mississippi,
whose sensible talk on th merits of
varieties ot strawberries we published
sometime since, discusses the question
of field management m the following
fashion. His method coincides in the
mam with that followed among us by
many, and has advantages where
things will work just as they should.
Of course our planting season is de
termined by our different latitudes,
but the system of culture -may be
about the same here and give better
results for the cost than a longer peri
od of stirring the soil.
"For field culture and market pur
poses, we greatly prefer planting in
rows, with ample space between for
liberal use of plow and sul-soiler
our distance being usually from three
to three and a half feet the latter
distance being preferred.
Having selected good, medium,
clean old land, if practicable, sloping
to the south or southeast, we plow
thoroughly ami deeply, thrown):? into
beds about four inches above the gen
eral level, running rows in such direc
tion as to give good drainage; then
with a small harrow smooth of! the
tops of the beds and set the plants
12 or fourteen inches apart in the
center of these beds. For this lati
tude we do not like either solid or
what is termed bed culture, even in
the garden for home use, unless the
land is very limited, as it is much
more difficult to preserve the stand,
more expensive and the berries not
so fine to the end of the season. To
make berries cheap and at the
same time fine they must be planted
so that the plow and euit-smlcr can be
freely used. The planting season in
this latitude extends from the first cf
October to the last of March, when
ever the land can be found in good
order, but for safety we prefer Goto
her and November for early liberal
rains and the plants near by, we can
plant as early as Scjitember and as
late as April. All of the plantings
in this latitude will make some ber
ries the following season the earlier
ihe more, the later the less; but nene
of them anythiug near a full crop,
and the berries growing close to the
ground are both sappy aud trashy
and are not valuable for shipping,
but will do well enough for home or
the other local markets.
By the 10ih or 20th of May, all of
these new settings should be plowed
and lined, and at the earliest time
practicatile, thoroughly sub soiled.
Culture with the plow and hoe
should continue until the lirst to the
middle of Jul', when" the crab grass
should be allowed to come up and
rntvvfoi covering in winter and to
give protection to the berry from the
dirt and sand during the fruiting sea
son. Plants well cared for until the mid
die f July generally have sufficient
size and strength to resist damage or
overthrow from the grass likely to
grow after this time; and the crab
grass not being a 7ery deep rooter, or
continuing its growth of root or top
longer than the early frosts, does not
materially interfere with ihe continu
ed growth of the steols, eveu shot: Id
their growth be temporarily checked
by the growing grass; as soon as its
growing seasou is ended, ihe stools
and plants will renew their growth
under the protecting influence of this
grass against the approaching winter,
and hastened by its warming influ
ence in early spring.
Thus, by skillfully utilizing one of
the great natural productions of the
land and season, we bridge over two
to two and a half months work aud
make the temporarily disturbing nat
ural production the restorer ( its own
damages still leavhig it in the light
place till the right time to receive its
greatest benefit the protectii n
of the berry from sand and
dirt during the maturing and picking
season. This subject, well under
stood, and practically and skillfully
managed, constitutes one of the strong
points in successful strawberry cul
ture in this latitude."
Virginia Debt Decision.
Richmond, April 20. The
Supreme Court of Appeals of Virgin
ia, to day, rendered a decision declar
ing the provision of the a--t of 1879,
known as the McCulIough bill, exempt
ing Suite obligations from taxation,
was not unconstitutional but valid, and
that the state was bouud to receive the
coupons attached to bouds issued un
der said act at the face value in pay
ineut of taxes and other demands of
the State. Another point decided
was that the law making said coujions
receivable for taxes and other dues of
the State was constitutional and valid.
Tbey may talk as much as they
please about Mr. Tilden's withdraw
al from the candidateship, but you
may bet your bottom dollar that
should a voice be heard uext June
calling from Cincinnati, "Samuel,
Samuel ! " there will come the imme
diate response from Gramercy Park,
"Here am I." Mnrfreesboro Xew.
The gross earnings of the Louisville
and Nashville ralroad during the
third week in April were !S126,000,
which is an increase of $43,168 over
the corresponding week of last year.
Mr. James Montgomery, superin
tendent of the St. Louis andNashville
railroad, has changed his headquarters
THE LARGEST MUSIC DEAL
ER IN THE SOUTH.
nAS an immense stock of the World re
nowned Weber, t'hickering. Chase,
Haines, Stanley, and ..roves-teen Ji Fuller I'i
nnos, afO the justly celebrated Estey New
If ;iven Organs. He has built ud bis immense
trade by dealing in strictly first-class lnstre
mentson the friinipal ofquick salesand small
prolits. ll?ellsas low as the lowest. Spends
Instruments on triul and satisfaction guuran
teed or no sjiIo. Correspondence solicited and
circulars und prices sent on upplicutkui.
Constable & Collector
Fromthe Huntingdon Vindicator,
Judge Alvin Hawkins left here
Wednesday for Cincinnati, to attend
the general conference ef the M. E.
Church which meets in that eity.
An old gentleman named John Es
kew, residing in the seventh civil dis
trict, died at the ripe old age of nine
ty seven. He leaves many descend
ants in this and adjoining counties to
mourn his death.
We mean no disrespect to the wor
thy gentlemen who were taken in by
the "lottery" on the circus grounds
yesterday, but it does look as if there
was a screw loose somewhere when
t wo as old men as they.and as economi
cal, bite like fish at one of the most
apparent swindles by which a scoun
drel ever gained a living. The first
one taken iu was Mr. Hester, who re
ides a few miles from town. He
borrowed part of the money he lost j
$200 and at the suggestion of his
friends, aided by the Sheriff, succeed
ed in recoverini his money. Wre un
derstand Ivq. Elisha Bennett, who
resides three miles south of here, was
also victimized to the amount of $100,
which he recovered. These were the
two p.incipal ones we heard of, though
a number were swindled out of small
amounts, of w hich they were ashamed
to make a noise.
The Ilritish Quarterly Review
For April, just publicised by the
Leonard Scott Publishing co., 41
Barclay St., N. Y., treats of a great
variety of subjects. Henry Larkiu
gives a theory regarding the origin of
the Earth and Moon. Conceiv
ing the possibility of the Earth hav
ing been thrown off from the Sun, he
suggests that the moon may have
been, in like manner, projected from
the Earth, and supposing that this
theory was scientifically established,
he is prepared to point out the spot
whence it might have been upheaved.
Alex. II. Japp gives an accouut ot
Winckeliuann's life and works, his
struggles with poverty and his tragic
death. Modern architecture is severe
ly handled in an endeavor "to inform
our readers of the nature and profess
ion of an 'architect.'" A long article
on English prisons, signed F. Arnold,
is followed by a description of politic
al parties iu Russia, and of the nature
and meaning of Nihilism, by John
Rae. There is also "an examination
of the nature and power of circum
stantial evidence aud of the principles
upon which its cogency depends," and
a review of the political hiatory of
England for the past six years, be
sides the usual notices of new books.
The periodicals reprinted by the Le
onard Scott Publishing Company
(41 Barclay Street, N. Y ) arc as fol
lows: The London Quarterly, Edin
burgh, Westminister, and British
Quarterly reviews, and Blackwood's
Magazine. Pnce $4. a year for any
one, oroniy $15 for all, and the post
age is prepaid by the Publishers.
St. Louis Republican : "The
Mississippi Valley expsess company
has organized with R. C. Kerens as
president, aud headquarters at St.
Louis, and will oiH-rate on one thous
four hundred miles of railroad.
Among the roads will be the St. Lou
is and Iron Mountain, the Memphis
and Little Rock, and Texas lines run
ning to Galveston and San Antouio.
It is rejnirted that the company will
commencw operatious in a few weeks.
Mr. James Aiken, of Rome, New
York, hns been appointed general su
perintendent, and is at the Planters."
Little Rock Democrat: It is now
generally couceded that the Iron
Mountain company has secured a ma
jority of the stock of the Memphis
road, aud the result will be that com
petition and cutting of rates will cease.
That virtually both roads will be un
der one management. Particulars
are lacking. - '
The managers of the Blaine and
Sherman bureaus accuse each other of
lying. Both, doubtless, tell the truth,
h j we ver paradoxical.
William Wilson, of Georgia, who
died recently, left all his property to
his old slaves. Call out the troops J
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now in stock, and constantly recaiviag eve
rything in the Jewelry line, eonMSttng ef
W atones. Chains, Jewelry, kings. Bracelet,
Sllvorware. Clocks, io. A complete iUastra
ted catalogue of good and price will he nail
ed free tn addTeaa on application. Holiabte
goodd at the -lwwst prices..
Corner 4th 4k Jeffernon Street,
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Oil, Pantel, atid Crayon Picture.
Hotel & Restaurant
(ZCROf EAK f LAX.)
NASHVILLE, - TENN.,
Aajeiaiaft- L. at JT. K. at. ejot.
OCR HOUSE is new and tbe Room ele
gantly rurniehed. .The Bar is supplied
with the choice of Liquor. Cigars, ete..
aod Ihe table aasarpassod. sata Koemi free
XT. T. L1XCK, Proprietor..
I. .W. HAM..
II. V. HOOPER.
JAS. R, UILLSMAN with
BOOTS & SHOES,
KO. 3 i ITV HOTEL BLOCK,