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F From the Louiisille (Ky.) Journal.J
A Tennessee Teadena.
A correspondent at Elizabeth
town, Carter county, Tennessee,
give us the particulars of a terri
ble fend that has been raging for
twenty years betwen two families
of that counnrr. and which was
brought toan end by the bloody
deaths of the sole surviving males
of the warring tribes, in the streets
of Elizebethtown, on the evening
of the 5th instant.. The history of
the affair, as detailed by the cor
respondent, is as follows :
'-In the fall of 1846 a family
named Johnstone removed from
the neighboring county of Wau
tanga, North Carolina, into Car
ter county, East Tennessee, and
settled down in the neighborhood
of another family named Rogers.
Johnstono, who appeared to be an
energetic, industrious man, imme
diately went to,work at clearing up
a little farm. In this lobor he was
assisted by two sons-both mere
lads. While the three were en
gaged in erecting fencing about
their patch of land. Rogers rode
up to where they were at work.
one day, and laid claim to a pile
of rails, about a dozen in .number.
This claim Johnstone disputed,
and finally, on Rogers applying to
him the epithets of "liar" and
"thief," the North Carolinian pull
ed him from his horse. and admin
istered to him a severe chastise
ment with his fists. Rodgers went
off vowing vengeance, and in the
course of.an hour returned to the
spot armed with a rifle, the con
tents of which, he discharged into
the body of Johnstone. producing
fatal consequences. Rogers who
was a man ofsome wealth for those
primitive times, and was possessed
of' considerable influence amonw
his rough, unlettered neighbors,
was aequitted of' the charge of
murder by an examining justice.
'This was the beginning of' the ter
rible vendetta that has run through
the years that followed, cutting
down the males of' the t wo families
in the p'rime of' their strength and
The two Johnstone .lads vowed
vengeance upon the murderer of
their parent, and one of' them,
James, worked night and day
with but one object in view-to
accumulate the.means to purchase
a rifle. At length he became the
owner of' one, and one Sabbath
m'orning, with his gun upon his
shoulder, he approached the house
of Rogers. The latter was sitting
upon his porch, and, as he saw
young Johnstone approaching,
probably divining his attention,
arose hastily and started toward
the rack where his own gurn was
suspended. But the avenger of
-blood was upon his path, and cre
he could reach his weapon, he fell
upon the floor a corpse, his heart
pierced by the bullet of his foe.
Rogers left behind him a young
wife and three ,hildren, one of
them was a. boy. Among the
rough backwoodsmen of' Carter
county young Johnstone's crime
was looked upon with satisfaction,
if not with favor-the Indian law
of retaliation being looked upon
by them as the very cream of jus
tice. Afterwards Johnstone mar
ried, and as the years passed by
he Isecame surrounded by an in -
teresting an numerous progeny.
The boy William Rogers in the
meantime, had almost reached
manhood's estate, when one morn
ing, with out divulging his inten
tion to his mother or sisters, he
left the house with his father rifle
upon his shoulder, as if he w ere
going out t" hunt, and in less
than an hour a grief-stricken mo
ther and children were weeping
over the corpse of a slain husband
and father. Young Rogers, in his
tur,-adbecome an avenger, and
-Thomas Johnstone fell beneath
In time the memories of' these
murders died away, and those
who were children then grew up
to be men and women. William
Rogers had taken to himoselfa wife,
and became the head of a growing
family. One morning he rode in
to Elizabethtown, and as he did
not return that night-a circum
stance that had never occurred be
fore-his wife became very unea
sy, and in the morning induced
her brother to start to town in
search of her missing husband.
About three miles from the
house he came upon the body of
his brother-in-law lying in the
i..a sti and cold in death. His
Thomas, who was slain by Rog
er, was the perpetrator. of the
deed. Some years afterwards, in
a drunken moment, in Elizabeth
town, this young man acknowled
ged he had slain Rogers, and gave
as his reason that the latter
had killed his father. Johnstone
was . 'oung man, and only a few
no:ths before the murder had
been married to a young girl in
.Again the chart of time was nn
rolled, and at least ten years had
been added to the past, when a
young lad, a son of the murdered
iogers, engaged in an altercation
in the yard of. the court house at
Elizabethtown with Johnstone,
who was then a middle-aged man,
and inflicted such wounds upon
him with a knife that he died on
the following morning.
Thus it went on foryears,noW a
Johnstone falling by the hands of
a Rogers, and then a Rogers fall
ing beneath the avenging hand of
a Johnstone, until the war inter
vened, and for a time, at least, the
terrible feud appeared to have en
ded. The cessation of hostilities
brought the survivors of the war
ring families back to Carter coun
tv. These survivors consisted of
Randall Rogers and Robert John
stone, both battle-scarred veterans,
and unmarried men. On the eve
ning of the 5th instant, these two
men met in a grocery at Elizabeth
town, and soon became engaged
in an altercation. Bystanders in
terfered, and for an hour or two a
collision was averted. They were
separated by friends and taken off
in opposite directions. This occu:
red about noon.
About 3 o'clock. as Rogers w:
going nip street, he saw Johnstone
coming down. As they neared
each other they drew their revol
volvers and commenced simult a
neously firing upon each other,
continuing to advance as they
fired. Finally, and when about
four feet distant from Jo.hnstone,
Rogers sank to the pavement, and,
as he lay, the last act of his life
was to .fre the last charge in. his
pistol into the abdomen of John
stone, whose last bullet, fired at
the same instant, penetrated his
antagonist's brain. eausing instant
deathb. Johinstone, reeled and fell
across the body of his foe, -and
when bystanders rushed to where
they lay, he too, had passed be
vond all reach of mortal aid. Al
most at the same instant of time
their two blood guilty souls had
gone to join the gory ghosts of
their ancestors. Thus ended a
feud that had existed for twenty
years, in thce course of which four
teen men have died violent deaths.
SADNESS AND LITERATURE.-One
of the anomalies of literary histo
ry is that it has often beer1 the lot of
those men who have contributed
largely to the mirth or recreations
of others to endure a. more than
ordnary shaLre oft misery and want
in their own lives. The most en
tertaining portions of literature
have been written by men whose
hearts have been bowed down by
sorrow, and at moments when
that sorrow has been heaviest. It
was in the gloom of a mother's
death, deepened by his own pov
erty, that Johnson penned the
charming tale of "Rascelas ;" it
was in the chill desolation of a hare
and fireless garret that poor Gold
smith, the beloved vagrant of lite
rature, sketched the brightest pie
tre of domestic happiness the
world has ever had.; it was from a
sick bed, in soro distress, and in a
necessitous exile, that Tom Hood
shook all England with laughter.
The enchantment of Scot t, the sa-:
tire of Jerrold, half of the gems of'
English wit and humor, have been
thrown out by genius in its most
We find the following excellent!
recipe in a Boston paper : To
cause a healthy glow to radiate
through the body--Buy one or more
tons of coal, take care that it is of
a kind that will barn. Pay for it,
and have it put into carts. Pay
for the eartage. Have it distribu
ted to the few poor p)eople whom
you know to be thinly clad, in
poor health, and generally desti
tute. You will find your heart
become warm on the instant, and
the heat will gradually extend to
the extremities. This effect will
be experienced more decidedly in
Corner King and Society-sts.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Savage & Ensign, Proprietors.
Jesse L. Savage. - - Edwin W . Ensign.
Charleston, S. C.
The above popilar hotel is open for the
:cccoii:ou.tion of the Tracvelting Public.
Botrd, per diy, 83.00
Mrs. IT. L. 1TmrI.m I,
A. B cm"rFtIFI?, P'roprietren, .
Supermntcnd. n*, November I
C11. iLESI'ON, S. C.
TIIIS popular 1nu well k newn Hotel has
been newly furn-shed thrnu'nt by the
pre-ent Proprietor, who has b eni sixtcen
ar- contc etel wi:h the estahliAment.
V. W III ', Pi.oPIF;toit.
GE;ORGE G MIXER, Superintendent.
CuAit t.i. s A. 1/ ILLER, Ca:th ier.
April 4, 1SG-14.
25,IN TIE END OF KING-STREET,
CIIARLE:ON. S C.
TF;TS pleaseattly Iocatee House is row open
for the acco.nmodatiou of'permaneLt al,d trau,
ient b4a: ders
Mrs. A. J. KE INEET. L. A. RUFF.
Jul) 25, 866. t
CORNER QUEEN AND MEETING STS,
Charleston, S. C.
This well kno.tn first class Hotel hax just
leen thorou by repaired, refitted ani re
furnished, nnd is now re:aly for the aeco ..
m;odatico of the travelling publie, whose
patron:tge is respect fully solicited.
Coaches ahwats in readitiess to convev
pq=si,ngers to and from the Hotel.
The Proprietor prom,iss', to do all in li:
po.cr or tie comfort of his guests.
Nov '7 Proprietor.
No. 103, East Bay, Ch;,rieston, S. C.
ON THE EUROPEAN SYSTEIf,
The b.oarder or lodger renting his room,
an at ing w here he pleases. Auni chien to
the house is a fine RETAURANT whce
the b,-st of fare of any uid ez~very' k id, and
it most reaisonable rites, can be had. This
phlin is extnsively eaartied on in New Yor*k
aral is founid to be most, conavenienat, and
par,itilarly a a pted to businiess un-n.. The
roomis are large, a.ry and w' eli furnaished.
:ii.1 every attten tiOn will bie givyen to riinder
GROVESTEEN & Co.,
PIANO FORTE MANUFA CTURERS,
449 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
Thece l'JANOS recivied tb~e Hlighes.t Awatrd
of Merit, tat the Wortd's Fair. over the niest tma
kers from Lot don. Paris, G,ermnany. thne citie's of
'ew Yo: k. Phtih-delphaia. Ialtimore antd Bo-ton:
'so, the (Gold Medral at thne A mericanr -ttitute,
for Five succesasivc- Yerars !Our Pintno cot.rmin
1he Fre: ch ranid Aetson. Harp l'edial, Over
stuna! Bts-. Full rOn Frame, end all Moudern
lmprovements Evers fin-ti ument warrao ted
FIVE , enrs Mtub-ui,der ihe supervision of M1r
J . . G lOVEStt l.EN."nh) iOi uns ar:ctica exten
rienice ori over thirty five years, a:.d is the make-r
ort over eleveua thousiano piano fites. Our ft'cil
ites for maunftuerurin-g entnble us rosell these i
st:unmenats from $10 I to $200 cheaper than ti.y
fist chs piano forte. .aug 15 ly
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It is proposed to publish in the Town of
Aiken, .<. C., i weekly paper undter thne
ihove title; to he devoted to general intel
sod religion.e-with a department of agri
2nture, inelnding the field, the orchard, the
rinyardl and the garden. A news summaory,
0 contin a digest of the important events
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the Landings on the St. John's
S A V A NNAH, G A.
The New and Splendid Steamship
1000 TONS BUTRDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. CONETTER.
ON and after the 2Gth October. this fine
Ship wilt sail fron Middl- Arantic Wharf,
evvi v Fridav Night, at 10 o'clock, for the
All F eignt mit b^ paid here by shippers
Gangs of Ne;roes will he t:ken to the
above points on the St. John's Rivter at S5
e:,ch. C,ildrei under ten ye"ars of age free.
llor,es and N1u!c at rcdnce.d rates.
For Freight or 's,;;age apply on board, or
to the Ageney, South Atlantic Wharf.
Th e w o e D r G o d B u re s h e tof r
JOHN G.t 9 INI &0.
Ei- er WilErW atn
. it .'. Iet.igSt r,
ChArLeSto, S. C.
Deeember :t 1 yr
DRY GOO811 HOUSE~.
Te whoerale Dry Goods Busi'ess hcretoaore
Good a nduct d in the n:me of
JOHN G. M1L.OR & Co.,
Wil hereafter be cnrried on in the name of
M olnr, Witer & Msrtc.,
AT TlE OLD TANTD,
135 Meeting Street,
Wil find i to ti ret 'o eami S l nd
ourae stok o Fea peared tom-gie them
every ficility~ ii' our line to enab.le themi to
fill t heir orders and lay in their supplies.
Oirders carefuilly aned promptly tilled.
Mr. W.\. C. S.MA LL, late of the firmn of
CilA.IBERLA.4N MJLER &.CO., is with
uis anid afould be pleased if his friends. nill
give huim a caill.
N. B.-Mes-rN. NAYLER, SMlITIl & Co's
Offiee can be0 f ound at. our store [up stairs.]
JOH1N G M11 NOR,
T. A.WI F,
P. B. Glass,,
PL AIN-ST., (a few doors west of Main-st.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Wholesale p ur ch asers,
Schools, ned Libraries supplied oni Special
Orders by mail attended to carefully'and
promptly it New York prices.
Blanuk Books tade to aniy pattern at low
eCCt p-'iees. -Nov ' l mo.
PHENIX IRON WORKS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
G0ldsmlith alld Kilnd
PRO PRI ETOR iS.
ALL kinds of Mill castings, (Saw and
Gris'.) Railings ror Houses, G ,rden Grave
Yards, buzar Mill., Boilers. Machine Works
and Agrientural Implemente m,anufauctured.
Orders are so!ici:ed and executed on cheap
terms. Mt G OL DSM1ItH,
Ma reh 21. 1866-12-1v.
From and aft. r this daute, the "Shiver
House,"' will be known byv the above nametn.
Theu patronage received by' the present pro
prietuess has been, so gratify ng that she is
dletermined to enilarge her business aid
give to it a distinctive title.
The travelling pubbue will be accommo
dated prom ptly ti ind well ; an uexeeptiotn
abtle table always be kept ; attentiie ser
vanite will attend to individual wantt, and
nio effort bie spared to preserve the re'puta
iionu which the present marragemnent has ent
deavored to preserve.
M1RS. D. C. SPECK,
Dec. 10 tf. Colnubi:a, S. C.
E. & H. T ANTHONY & CO.,
Manufacturers of Photographic Materials,
WHOLESA L:: AZtD RETAIL,
501 RO0A DWA&Y, N. Y.
In addition to our main business of PHOTO"
GRAPIC MIAI'ERIALS we are headquarters
for the following, viz:
Stereoscopes & Stereoscopic Views.
Of American arid Foreign Cities and Landscapes,
Groups, Staituary, etc
Stereoscopic Views of the War.
From negatives made itn the various campaigns
and forming a complete Photograiphic hietory of
the great conte?t.
Stereoscopic View on Gla.
Adapted for either 'he Magic Lantern or the
St-reoscope Our Catalogue will be sent to say
address on receipt ot'Slarap.
We manuflicture more larselv than any oth'er
house, aibout 2 0 varieties from 5 cents to 85's
ech. Our A LBUMS have the repututionu of be
ing superior in beauty and duralility to any
Card Photographs of Gemaas, Statesmen,
Actors, etc., etc.
Our Cataogue embraces over FTVE T HOU
R. & W. C. Swaffield,
Columbia, S. C.
A full assortment of Fall &
Winter Clothing, for Men,
and Boys, at very low prices.'
zzi- Clothing made to order as
u1ual on short notice.
November 7 3no.
JOHN C. DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
Impoiter and Dealer in English and American
Tron, Steel, Nails, Castings Mill Stones,
Bolting Cloths, Circ''r Saws,
Mill Irons, Sugar Pans,
India Rubber & Leather Belting,
and Tanners' Tools,
Housekeeping and Furnishing
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Paints. Oils,
French and American Window Glass,
Guns, Ritles, Pistols, Shot Belts,
Powder Flasks, Powder, Shot, &c.
Wholesale & Retail,
At the Sign of the GOLDEN PAD LO CK
Columbia, S, C.
November 7 Gm.
C, F. JACKSON,
Main Street, Columbia, S. C.
(Next door to Messrs. J. & T. RI. Agnew,)
ILas constantly on hand a full and well
selected stock of'
Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
and persons i,iting the City w 11 find it to
their advatage togivye.im a call
CA LICoES, from late. to 25ets.
Alpnaas aind Pop'liis, f-om 30vc. to 75.
Laidies Kid Gloves, $1 .no.
Break faMt shawls, from $2.50 to $8.00.
La dies Clot hi Cloatks. from *ti.2h to $25.00
Hoop Skirrs, from $1.txu to $4.00.
My stock is too varied to give a
list in detail, but simply present the
above as a specimen.
C. F. JACKSON.
Nov. 7, 8tmo.
1000 BUS. W HITE CORN,
Sno4 " Mixed Corn,
10 Ilhds prime Bacon Sides & Should'rs
10) B:ags Rangoon Rice,
5ti flrrek< Super Extra Flours,
51) Sae~ks Salt (Liverpool,)
bIu Bales Eastern Hayv, (Prime,)
To h.arter for l'otton or Cash,
Grain of ll descriptions constamuly on
hand. orders promptly fillb-d.
BROWSE & sCHIRMER,
Main Stre et, Volge'r' New Store.
Cohumbia, S. C., Nov. 1 .366.
Nov. 7 45 6m.
Main-st., Columbia, S. C.,
(Next to Fisher and Lc.wr.once,)
Calls the attentio n of the
Trade and the Ladies Visiting Golumbia, to
exam:ne her superb stock before purchasing
Wholesale and Retail.
Ladi.-s Curls and Hair in all shapes.
Nov 7 3mo.
1856] Established [1856
Shermaan ized, February, 17, -1865
opposite J. C. Dial's Hardware Store,
:COLUMBIA, S. 0.
Blank Rooks manufactured in the best and
mont sub<"tati :1 mnnelIr.
Having purchased Superior Ruling urd Pag
ing3Mchines, Clerks of Courts, Sheriffs, Ordi
naries :.nd other P'ubiic Offcerui can have their
B;ank Books. angl all other work executed in
any style and pattern they mnay de.ire, and in
the shoritest possible time. A large it*mek of
RIa. k Book and other P..per ot the best quality
always on hand. Mu-ic, l'eriodicals. Law
Boo s. at.d all other works bound to suit cuts
Graeser & McJnnkin,
Commission & Forwarding
Gervais Street, Columbia, S. C.
WOULD respectfully inform their friends
and the public generally that they will
attend( personally to all buisitness intrusted
to them. They will BUY GoTTON ON
DRDER OR SELL IT or any of the PRO
DUCTs OF T HE COUNTRY, on as favor
ble termts as ainy house in the city. They
are also p epared to STORE or FORW ARD
otton, to be sold either in Charleston,
New York, or Liverpool.
Being f.unii .r with all necessary details
in relstion 'o the lneriial Revenue Tax.
Philadelphia University of
Medicine and Surgery.
3hartered by the Legislature. Feb. 26. 1853
&mendments to Charter. Feb. 15 1860, and
March 15 1865.
Two full sessions of Lectures each year,
:omniencing the first of October, and con,
tinuing until April. The Dissecting Rooms
ire open, and private lectures and quizzes
ontinue dnring the entire year. The first
ession continues until Christmas, or fot
hrec months, and the second until the first
)t' April or three month.; the two constitat
ing one full course of lectures. Examination
)t candidates for gi aduation will occur at the
end of each session.
REQUtsiTES FOR GRADUATION.-The re,
guisites for graluation are three sessions of
Lectures, and three years study; or four ses.
;ions, including two years spent at the
THE SYSTEM OF MEDICTNE TAUGHT
The Universit% is a liber-il medical school, in
which all branches of medicine and su-gery
are taught. including the preparatory stuiies,
without rtgard to any sectarian views.
Hence. while they deprecate the exclusive.
ness of Ailopathy.loii:et'pathy. Eclecticism,
Hydrop:athv, etc , they believe that all prin
ciples of cure and therapeutical agents shoul<
be taught in all well regulated medics
schools. and that Every intelligent, honest
and thorough practiti'.ner is entitled to al
the course-les and privileges or the profes
sion, without regard to his peculiar notion
FEFs[.- fhe fees for a llhranc'hes,includinj
all the tickets, matriculation, and dissection
are $60 a session, or $120 per year. Tho-i
who pat chasa tickets only have to matricu
late once, which makes the second sesslot
555, including demonstrator's fees, or $11:
for a full . course. To aid young men o
moderate means, the Universiry has issue.
five hundred scholarships. which are sold ti
first-course stnde'its, for $75 and ti s-cond
course students and clergymen for $50, eac
constituting the holder a life member, witi
the perpetual privileges of the lectures, an(
all the teachings of the school.. The onl.
additional fees. are a yearly dissecting an<
matriculating ticket, each of which is $5
THE ADVANTAGES OF SCHOLARSHIPS.
The student holding a scholar.hip can ente
the College at any time during the year
attend as long as he chooses,and re enter tht
In-titution as fn quenrly as desired
It requires no previous te ding or study t<
enter the Uniiersity on scholarships, henct
all private :uitton fees are saved.
Students, by holding scholarships, cat
prosecute other bu-iness a part of the time
the cnfdid4te for graduation can presen
himself at any tim', and receive bis degrei
as soon as qualified
In case a student should hold a scholar
ship and not be able to attend he ures, i
c. be rransferred to another, thus prevent
ing any loss
Parents, guardians or friends of student,
wi-hing to purchase scholarship- for them, i
vear or more before their attendance at th,
University. catn secure them by advan"ina
one-half' the price, and paying the balanic
whcn the student enters. Physicians an<
betnevotlent men can bestow great .bened
uponi poor younng mett, by pre<enting thea
a scholarship and thus enabling .them t'
obtain an honoranie profession.
rHE REGULAR FACULTY.
James McClintock, A M.. M1 L., Prof'es
sor ot the Pr inciples and Practice of Sur
gery. .- .
Win. Paine, M.D., Professof tfte Pria
ciples andI practise of Mevdiciue and P'atho
C. S. Gonntt, A.M.,M D., Professoro
Cheami,try, Phiarmacy, and l'o xicologv.
E G. Dalton, A.M , 1 D., Piotessor o
H J Domucet, A.3.. 31 D.. Professor o
Materia Mediena and l'hera.peurics.
A. R I homuas. M D., Professor of Anaro
my, Genehi1, Specietl, Mtcroscipical, an
Jose'ph 8. Longshore, M1 D , Prof'essor o
Ob<teries, and Diseases of women and Chii
E. D. Buckman, M.D , Professor of Mi
Paorb..ssOas OF SPECIIL BRANCHES.
A . Livezey, A.M., M.D., Professor o
J. S. Longshore, M1 D., Professor of C1'ni
F. A. Von Moschzisker. 11. D., Professo
of Dl,e tses of the Eve andl Ear.
R. H Klinte, M1 D., Praofessor of al ig
L. O!d-hue, M.D., Professor of Urine.Pa
I Lnktens, M1 D., D.D.S., Professor c
C Murphy, M.D , Professor of Medica
W . M1. Cornell, 31 D., LL D., Professo
of Hlyiene and Phy-ical Culture
R B Weaver, A 31, M.D., Demonstra
or or' Anatomy
G. W. Marriott. -MD.. A M., D D.
Registrer and Superintendent.
PArINE's PnACTICE OF MEDtiNE.-'-Tlli
work is now complete, It is am royal octav<
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