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TIIEJETEKALD.
Saturday, Slay 13th, 18CG-
V; Homo Matters.
' CHUKG1I DIKECTOUY;
st. rETEirs cnLn:cir-?J.irVot strict.
Jiev. Daviu l'lSE services at 10; A. 11.
rilESB YTEIJr AX CIIUISCII. Corner
Church and ne t Hex. A. L. Klixe
aerrice at at 11, A. M.
METHODIST E. CnyECTL Market ft.
Dev. Join? P SIcFeet-ix services at 11 A. II
( Concl uded from bit week. )
Tlie Press iu ColumbiaHistorical.
- Jowl M. Dii.mx, U tbe duly authorized Travel
ing A pent for Tbk Hkralu, and any contracts fur
dveniouip, made by bira, will be ralid, and
proncptlr attended to. lie is, also, sntborizt il to
receipt for monies or Subscription, Advertising,
or other business connected with Tus ilciuxo
Office.
S. II. Paevix, in a duly autborized Agent for
inw liEtAJLB, w, vtest-A-ourta is tree t, Cincinnati,
Ohio.
Cm. W. Kobi.b A Co., are dulv authorized
Agent fur Ths IIebald, Louisville; Ky. .
uDz Bow's Eevatw" Conies promptly
to band, and, as usual, Lriiufiill of tbe most
useful, practical, and interesting matter.
The contents are : 1. Tlie second number of
Mr. G. T. Holmes' excellent articles on
4Cornmeree and Finance in History 2.
The Political Crisis Duties of tbe Hour,"
by A. Gkeexb, of Montgomery, Ala. A
well-tempered but not very vigorous or
forcible, review of the political status of tlie
country. 3. Tccuniary Independence
What Is itr by Geo. Fitzhcgh; one of
those pungent paragraphs, for which this
writer Las considerable reputation. 4.
Tbe Cat? tf Oomerwil CrmUuees A
"Review of tbe East India Trade," by B. G.
Hobtok, New York. . The theme is, of it
elC crowded with food for thought, and
Hr IL has handled it well, and brought his
considerations towards a wise conclusion,
when he says, 'If, therefore, the negro does
not labor, the result will be the loss of pro
duction in the entire Gulf State region.
Xhe three great staple articles of cotton,
rice and sugar, will be blotted out of the
iia oi American productions. They are to
blotted out note, and they will continue to
Tie, unless the negro labor is organised upon
ome substantial basis.' , 5. "The charms of
llural Life," a beautiful pastoral poem by
yr . J. GhaVsox, of S. C. ., G. "Cotton Mau--ufacturcsGrcat
field for the South."-' 1.
Life and Times of JoUxDe TVrrtiy Hr
u. .iiASNWjtLL, isq. . a. rJOAUcoianu the
Fenian Fninre' ami England." Suggest
ive and f'plcy, as Titzhxgh always is.' S.
Cotton Seizures by Federal Authorities at
tbe South." This is the legal opinion of
Charles O'Connor, James T. Brady, Wm
M. Evans, and other leading members of
the New York bar, on this subject.
Published at Nashville, Tenn. : $Q per an
num. Address J. D. B. Da Bow, Editor
and Proprietor.
How rr Works. The practical working
of the irrcverend Wm. G.'s illegal, unwar
ranted and outrageous assumption of dic
tatorial powers, is exemplified iu our coun
ty affairs, as presented this week in tbe
Court room. In March last, there was held
an election, which conformed in point of
time, and every other particular, to the law
prescribed, at which certain Justices of tbe
Peace were chosen. Tlie certificates and
returns were all made out in due form, and
forwarded to the Secretary of St ate prompt
ly. On Monday last only two of the num
ber chosen, Messrs. W. Stockard and Wm.
HcKissaek, of the 7th civil district, had re
ceived their commissions. On Monday
last the terms of many of the' J ustices, ex
pire by limitation, and thus the county
will be left without a quorum for transac
tion of business. We have not been able to
ascertain upon what ground the other com
missions are withheld, if his infernal low
ness has ever deigned to giva a reason.
Nor can we conceive why Messrs. M'Ktssack
and Stockard should be commissioned alone
of the whole number elected unless it be,
that they live in the same district with and
are neighbors of, tbe ex-Brigadier of the
Minute-men, w ho now draws pay at Xash
ville, under tlie false pretense of represent- i
Ing this county. t any of these Justices
have been furnished with any reasons or
the withholding of their commissions, we
would be very glad if tliey would furnish
us with them. We have a curiosity to
know what manner of excuse can be con
cocted for so inexcusable an outrage. We
wish that some of the Justices woukl sue
ont a writ of mandamus, and bring the mat
ter before the Supreme Court.
A constable, elected for the 1st district,
appeared before tbe Court on Monday, but
the, Justices declined to induct him into
office, because he had been elected since the
passage of the Disfranchise law. So we go.
. "the ketobteb." --' i
After the secession of Messrs. Dillahv(
ty and CARjmiEits, Mr. Haedix edited the
Leportcr for nearly a year, w hen, owing.to
an unfortunate difficulty In which be be
came involved, ia which L Newton Tob-
TEn aiid Williamson were killed, he left
the State. . Iu a fchort time thereafter, Jo
seph IIfbxdox and Wm. G. Youxo pur
chased the Reporter office, and established
- - "THE TELF.GKAl'lt,"
which they only kept np about a year, and
sold the materials to parties who removed
them to Paris," Ten n. Thus Coumbia was
again left with but one paper.
In 1S20 Mr. Estes sold an interest in
the Columbian to A. O. P. Nicholson, and
the name of Mm rvirvr -was rTinnrpd to
. . "THE MEKCVKT."
This partnership continued two years,
when Mr. Estes sold out hi. interest to Mr.
Nicholson, who, after continuing the pa
per alone for a little while, associated with
him one Samuel D. Friebsox, the late ac
complished and lamented Chancellor. Un
der this management the Mercury continued
until 1S3L when they sold out to M. G.
Lewis, Esq., who changed ihe name to
"the examixeb."
In a short time Mr. Lewis associated with
him F. K. Zollicoffeb, and the name was
again changed to
"THE COLUMBIA OBSEBVEB."
At this point in our narrative, appears
another of the names that have won for
themselves the admiration and respect of
their fellow-citizens, and a more than local
fame. Among the letters collected and yet
preserved, Is the following from Gen. Zol
licoffeb:
NAennLLi!, Dec. 21, 1959.
Dear Sib: I will cordially furnish you any re
collections I have, in relation to tlie newspapers of
Alaury county but tear niy knowledge does not go
back far enough to be of much service to you. Wm.
Hardin was editor of the "Columbia Reporter," at
the time he and his brother killed Porter and Wil
liamson ( probably 1825 ) but I do not know when the
paper was established. At tne same time An
drew Havs edited a paper, called, I think, "The Co
lumbian." In the latttT part of 1825, Joseph Hem
don. Ew.. and Wm. G. "1 ounar pnrchased the Ke-
norter"oHice and established the "Telesraph." which
I thcr printed and edited about a year, and sold to
parties wco remorea tne establishment to J ans,
Tennessee. Ilow Ionr the "Columbian"
ed I do not know, but I think your father
Fu'erson. Esq.. boucht th materials ot
and established a newspaper called the "Jlercurr,1
probably about 1830 or which they edited till
the eprilig of 1804, when they sold to II. G. Lewis,
Esq., who, for a few weeks, printed the ''Examiner'
when 1 bought a half, interest of Lewis, and we es-
tabusIiedue."Uolumbi4 Ubserver, In ltJa Lewis
sold his interest to Wm. Fields, andin 1S37.1 bought
whoinCenth snared longer, and,;cal!cd at
Iaet on the field of glory. :rrr-
. At different times, otherpapers havcben
published here, some of ,a Jitt
some of an aTiculgufal euirc4rv bksi
a number of little comic affairs. Especial
Iv do we mention the "Socthekx Cultiva
toe," a semi-monthly jouriia devoted to
agriculture, established iu lS39,bj- D.jClat
tox" and' Entscquently coctLiul-iil Iyi Jt
Zollicoffer, which, for ability and inter
est, has few equals, and no superior, among
similar journal of thpFeaitH-1y- f&t
Gcaedias" also or.ee jekl JbigrJk
among journals of its class, under the con
trol of Hector F. G. Smith. It was publish
ed monthly, and In a magazine style.
In 1S17, June 21st, Messrs. Hubbard fc
nuTTox established a daily paper, neutral
in politics, and called the
-- - ' "'! AILT HEEAXDf"
It was a spicy news-sheet, and deserved
a much longer life than it lived three
months, Fron its .-columns wo learn that
there were then published herenlso th Oo
scrvesj The ' Beacon' (predecessor to the
Democrat, we suppose,) and the Temperance
Watchman. We have been unable to gain
any definite information concerning their
history, however. ' ;
This Is, so far as we have been able to
gather, tbe history of the newspaper chan
ges in ( this place.. .,.We are aware that tbe
sketch is exceedingly imperfect, and per
haps in some points incorrtct, but we pal
lish it as it is, ia the hope that; some ol! our
readers may furnish us with" the missing
links in the chain. An old paper, if only a
single copy, often contains information,
which it would be in vain to question all of
the witnesses who were conversant with
the facts w hich it details. . It any of our
readers have such, we would be glad to see
them, as it is our purpose, if we can, to gath
er the material to re-write "this lrttlc sketch,
entering more into detailsfand thereby
rendering it more historical it not more interesting.
.."- I T 7
Owing.to, .the illness of Pr. Beockmaits
Assistant, who was to have been "left In
charge of Patients now under treatment at
his Infirmary, he will not be able- to com
ply' with his appointment for the 7th jof
was priirt- May but will announce his coming at .as
and S. l. early a date as practicable! . i Trj- 0 ' v
that office m m m "
Mercury," ' -1 . i - ' T.lL
SPECIAL-NOTICES.
"select" stock of ijcady-ila-le Clot'.iiiip and Gentle-' i
men's Fumiskif Gwls.- lie also tias on hand the
best assortment of Cloths, Cassimcres, lloesxros,
aid Vesting. All good? nude up to order at ta
shortest possible notice, and ia the best and latest
' i .1 i O. XT'. L. t ' I 1 - .' I I T, ' A$ Tl.va
Sfc) 11.3. ilta iKJ ucjia as iuauuuic a fliuv .
Liutmcg as ban tic I?un4 ft we city.. , - laccv-u ;
Groceries.:
. Corona, Oous, LurujasiA To all who suocr
from these ePaiplaiirf, and wish to find a permanent
TOnedjwo sajlry Dr: EUix'a Balsam, a medicine
wbicJt p uo Opium, and has cured the worst
cases envjrjp oaf own cHirans."
GROCERIES,
Confccti on crtii&c.
VAHNOUNCEMENTS.
Hit M K-l-vt! 1t !"'. . -r..-. . ' i , .
We are autliorized. to announce Wilhax B. Gob-
ft0i'fisq.i.'a3 a' candidate for Attorney General, for
thij. Judicial Circuit.. Election,, 4th Thursday in
ilay-Bext. . "m-'tA - .- ..
HODGE & WILLAR.D
.i i :.. - . :"-
South East Corner Public Square,
t. ' ' -' COLU243IA,- TENN.;' v : '
nil.: .-.-il!- ' ;i't! i- " ;
4 RE DAILY B.ECBITINO AND KtEP
-J constantly on hand one of the largest best
ndCILEAl-EST stock of - :
;7 v PrTocerie add,Proisioiis' '
Ever brought to ltiis market.
r . ..- i
Oar stock com-
:) Wfr uq authorized to announce- W. S. RainkV,
Esq.; as a candidate for Attorney General, for this
Judicial ' Circuit Election. 4th Thursday in May
next
We'-arc at thorizodfo announce Robbkt L. Ca- I FAMILY SUPPLY STORE.
f rises crerj thing usually kept in a j
srrHEBS, Esy.,-as a candidate for AttorueyGeneral
for Jliis CircuiL "Election, 4th Thursday "in May
next.
We are authorised to announce Fbakk Mathews,
Ssq of Lawrehcebnrjrr s a candidate for Attorney
General, ft this Circuit. Election, 4th Thursday
Aand we would respectfully invite purchasers
to call and examine our goods and priced before
buying...- HODGE & WILLARD.
Jan. 13, 1365." .. , 22-tf
NOTICE.
t A XL, PERSONS WHO AKE: ISDEBTfcU -iu
XA. Mays, W ooten & Co., by note or account, are
hereby notified to come forward ut once ana make
satisfactory settlement to the untoirsigned, who' are
alone authorized to receipt for any dues .to said firm.
We, r determined to close this business by 15th
Hay next, n All outstanding claims, after that data,
IT11 be promptly put in suit. '"
Apzi-M . d. . J. ju.,ai..o. -.
AinZi 10NDTICE.' ffiTMW.
THE C0PAItT5EBSmP EERETOFOEE EX
istinir between G allow at & Guest, is this day
dissolved by-mtaai consent -. The busines in
future wilf be conducted br JAMES L. GUEST: all
debts due the House must be paid to' J. L. Guest,
and all debts aainst said firm must be presented to
J j L Graa tor payment ' WM GALLOWAY
May-6, 1866t -f. - JA3L GUEST- r!
Negeo KiLLEOu-ljast. night
o'dock,vtilr. WooiMAClOTpit6fy
cstemctr reUowttzccAUCaV HA;
Esa.. llio lives about three miles East of
Field's interest and coutinued to edit and publish Ck)lDmbiaiflrfeCfte(J a UCgTO IlUjljiamca
the paper until lliesming of 1S41, when I sold to Is T-KTcfn?Ti
i n i;wW.miivk . i i,;i- i k-'a!.. iuuuvjai
teincirn fVom nfs
3Iacket shot and killed lam. Sam for
merly belonged to Mr. John F. JIobgaSi,
of thi3 city, and was cultivating a por
tion of the Axxie Bookeb Xarm, nar
Mr. Macket's. - '
Messrs. AM. J. B. ltosborouc-h. - I think
soltfto II. A Eadd. and since then 1 hare lost kht crib, Mld ftttetilDted U. arref t Ilim. the
of the changes. In 1S35 Chesly P. Bvnura uid ' - 1,1 J . lTvm
Donald Cameron established the '-Columbia Demo- n0Sr mftdc an effort to escape, and Mr.
crat" They subsequently sold to James Thomp
son, and perhaps there were other chances, but I
think the name of the paper was not changed until
alter I ceaseu to be connected witu the press in Co
lumbia, which was in 1841. I think the present
Democratic paper in Columbia is a continuation of I
the same establishment
Hon. Amos R. Johnston, of Raymond. Mississippi,
was an apprentice under Hardin, and A. B. Estes,
r-sq., of Columbia, was an apprentice in the old
"Columbian office, under Hays. Write to John
ston and see Estes, and I have no doubt vou will be
able to get the facts as to Hardin and Dean, which I
you want l ours very respectfully,
Jr . Iv. ZOLLlCUi Hi.
Hcnter Xichoisok, Esq.,
Columbia, Tennessee.
Ilere we are introduced to another of the
distinguished editors of Columbia, Mr. W.
Fields, whose '"Scrap Book," and "History
of Texas," are so well known. Hon. Amos
U. Joilnstox, of Eaymond, Miss also is
named.
Strawberries. Our grateful thanks are
due, and gladly tendered, Mrs. A. M.
Hughes, for a dish of strawberries, the ear
liest that we have seen. They were re
markably large, perfectly ripe, and as lus
cious as any epicure could wish.
Tlie Circuit Court was opened on Monday
for its regular May term, by Judge Ilenry
Cooper, of the Shelbyville circuit. Judge
Cooper is a gentleman of ability and high
standing in his profession, and will always
give satisfaction to the bar and people
where he presides. The Grand Jury for
tbe term, are : P. J. Akin, Foreman ; John
Nicholson, Jas. R. Thomason, Chas. II.
Gray, Jas. G. Dobbins, Jas. IL KusselL Jas,
P. Adkins, W. C. Allen, Benj. Harrison, G
nr n T . 1. - TV Tl... TT
it. v . A aiwu, ifaiuu vi. itvuucvu, uuuu aa.
Brown, Ethclbert Klrby. ,
The first three days were occupied entire
ly with 4 cxparte case and motions, no ca
es being called for until Thursday. On
Tuesday our young friend, John S. Wilkes
was sworn in as an Attorney-at-law. We
wish him much success in his new career,
n Thursday was argued the case cf Scrib
ner vs. Fitzpatrick theTamons mill-dam
ruiti which has been upon - the dockci for
lo, these many days. - - . .
- A Paragraph fob the Ladies. Be the
titnes nard as they may, and charity knojt i
they areliaiafeubugh, folks miist live'- ."Ana
ewybody know thnt ' one had as well be
dead as oat of "the fashion.' So,1 peV force.
money tight or money easy, bonnets, hats,
trimmings, 6traw and cotton, silk and lin
en, gloves and hose, must be bought in time
and in season. For not more have the
Howcrs their appointed times to bloom than
hare the fashions to change, and news tyles
to eonte and go. We are led to these reflec
tions by looking in upon Mrs. Cabbisg
tox' new goods, that she is just opening
at her old Etand. They are superb and
beautiful tempting to man aud irresistible
to woman." Call and sec them.
: We are indebted to aii experienced farm
er who baa often tried it, (and we recom
mend it highly) for the following recipe
for washing wool:
Mb. Epitob: As 'this is the time of
year for shearing sheep and washing the
wool, it may prove beneficial for the farm
er to know that a dilute solution of muri
ate of ammonia, will thoroughly cleanse
It' from all impurities. U4 obovt or,e
pownd to ten gallons of water this will
yrash about one hundred pounds of wool.
"THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT,"
mentioned in Gen. Zollicoffer's letter,
was continued, so far as we can gather, up
to 1840, when Mr .'.Thompson sold out to
Mr Axdrew M. Kerr, who again changed
thenahie,to
"IHE TENNESSEE DEMOCRAT."
And on the 21st of March, 1S11, he cm-
ployed as editor C.J. Dickersox, Esq, so
long known, so much beloved, so deeply
lamented, by the older citizens of Columbia
and people of Maury County. After a year
of employment, Major Dickeson became
the owner of the paper, and continued to
edit and own it alone, until the 19th of Oc
tober, 1S13, when he sold an interest to Mr.
Tnoa. S. Matthews, from Ohio, who, re
maining but a short time, sold back to Maj
Dickersox, M ho edited and owned it until
1SU, when tlie establishment was sold to
Mr. John H. Rogers, but the editorship
retained by Maj. Dickersox, until January
16, 1S45, when he retired finally from the
editor's chair. His connection with the
press was longer than that of any other,
save Mr. Walker, whom we have yet men
tioned, and he establislted the reputation of
his paper throughout the State. The man
agement of its columns during the memo
rable political campaign of 1S41, was mas
terly, aud won for him many well deserved
compliments.
The Observer, as we have seen, passed
from Gen. Zollicoffeb into the hands of
Messrs. ItosnoROUGn, and was sold by
them to Mr. II. A. Kidd, who in turn was
succeeded Messrs. W. & Jxo. E. Hatcher,
who changed the name to
The maubt ixtelligexcer."
Here again appears the name of one who
has since gained no little fame as a writer,
and the only one of the Columbia editors
who has stuck to the pen. He is now, we
believe, at work on the Mobile Advertiser
and Iiegistcr,
The Intelligencer in turn gave place to the
"KALE1PASCOPE,"
under the management of S. W. Mitchell
W. S. Fleming, Esq. This paper, we be
lieve, was continued about three years,
when it gave place to
The COLUMBIA mirror,"
Jxo. E. Hatches, editor. After several
years, Mr. Hatches sold out to Messrs. X.
R. Wilkes and Jas. E. 'Johxsox, and in
1S59, Mr. Wilkes retired, and left Mr.
Johxsox sole editor and proprietor.
The Xashville Combination. These
popular actors have been favoring the lov
ers of amusement and fun for the past week
with a "series of first-class representations.
They were received on each, appearauee
with full and appreciative audiences. They
will remain for several nights yet, and we
trust our people will continue to give them
paying houses. This evening, that Prince
of Commedians, Hakb Everett, takes a
benefit, on which occasion Mr. T. P. Es-
kew better Known , mong-T oui people,
as the "Columbia Star," will appear in his
great character of "Michael Erie," in the
play of that name.' Lot everybody: andJLjj
wife turn out, and give Harry a bumper.
Our correspondent P.n has bur especial
thanks for his favour of the Cth. His is just
the kind of letter that we Would like to get
every week from many of oursubsdribcrs,
who take an interest iu the affairs of Mamy
county and welfare of her people. We shall
be glad to hear from "P." often.
; FAIRBANKS
:.-V' STANDARD
YORK & HAMNER,
South East Corner. "Public Square,
COLUMBIA, TENXESSEli' ',; . "
VTIE'W'RECEITIXG AND' OPEX
xYjug a choice lot of. -f r ?
FAMILY
CrROCEIUES ,
' r,?r? - CONSISTING .OF . , - ; -
COFFEE, Kli- a 'J 1 VlJi.':
sugar; -"
FLOUR,- -"v-;'. V'.V
v cheese, ;,;v:-y-:,.:
-W.--VV : RICE, : vi-i '
MOLASSES,11 ;
1 1 t bit 'H) aVINEGARvt
.vi 'umrti'. w .!-.-.; Wi ,a:-r BUCKETS,
MS.
, . . OF.ALJU ava-NP.S,, fv,.
r fij u sr MI T?ri.' ritsart i lv ft v A n2Liti A c rr X m . rnnnn,t Vr-nlia' lifiu&a
iin-"trX9'm W V tf.wfvvw kAlVy (VJ 1 UJL A I ,Ut(nU;.t"MtU.A A1M vvV'f
Trucks. Mrftitie-llattv:;''' 'at.-att Jtipf ttorl'FiBita.pytora, Sar
i,;.r. twc-T rT-T dioea. SyrupB, Sauces, Butter, Soda, -and Wine
.2 Cn O VPPWr. 'jySZdel ilUT . CrwItew. iBrwidr: -Fruits.' Cracknell Biscuit
T7T 4 TrT A TTTfl H rrTCtT7' P. 1 Pm fK!n in flir wnw ftf "" . i
J? A'llvJiia.v JVOy 'Jl VilvOXU u& JJ -j .7. i .T7 ?i::VX?'.i77T '.- V, w.t,"
" family Supplies.
i .'" All kinds of.
PRODUCE
Medical.
DB. LEON BB0CK3IAN.
No. 53, Church Street
NASHVILLE, TENN.,
" rJCGULARLY EDUCATE!) .
OCULIST & AURIST.
.5" ' , " " ,1
Diploma 'hangs' in OfScc.J
Guarantees Cures
IN ALL CASES OF THE DISEASE
OF TILE EYE UNDERTAKEN.
Also, cures Cancer, without the upe of the knife.
pain, or now oi Diooa. v-onsunations iree. aii
communications, with stamp enclosed, promptly
answered. - i'ost Urtice box, Ao. 8U.
Naghville, Nov. le(55-13-Sm.
OVSPEPSW.
Dr."Strickl.md-8 Tonic is
a concentrated prepara'
tion of Koots and Herbs
witU anti acids and car
niinatire, to strengthen
the stotcach end nervous
gjsteni. It is a certain
remedy for DvsTensi or Indigestion, Nerrona-
ness. toes of Appetite. Acidity or tne atoniacn.
Flautulcncv, nul ilebility. it is not alconoiic.
therefore particularly suited for weak, nervous
and dvsneptic persons.
or sale dt .uingsisis everywnere, at 51 per
bottle, i i ..
Hoop Skirts.
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY.
D. LOVEMAN, :
(Late cf Mount Pleasant,) .
no or SKIKT
Manufactrircr
-" i
A5D rXALKE 121
him
CORSETS. CLOAKS,
Shawls, Shoe,
And all kinds of Ladies' Furnishing Good',
i ' 3 XorthCoKcge Street,
(Near the Square,) .
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
Merchants and Dealers supplied at Eastern
prices.
T ALWATS KEEP OX IIAXD SKIKTS OT
X ex'ra
17
Miscellaneous.
,.STOP. THAT COUGH! ,
LUNG BALSAM
Tb Great Kometly for the Cure of
constjm:ptio2j
AND ALL DISEASES OJT TUB LUMJ-S.
THE rsfult s of its Bsa i proof cf it's prtat
value. The extraottlinary lltatwj J'reprr
tirt cf this tu'iHaini are cxpericcce-l by all tho
hi) have used it Their testimen j ran be foun4
ia a pamphlet, which can be, si u-acl of ti
Agents where tLa natUiciuo is for i!e. ,
C-nbhs aud Coldi1, bowerer i etrt.-icg, ar
brokea ap in an incrnlibla short lime, by caaM-
ing at specito inSuence n the lungs," ao thnt
the Blatter and phlegm are easily expeetorat.d."
Pains and Soreneas of Le Chert arquicklr
relieTe'4, by the irritated pari 4 hocooiing htal-"
ed. Cold Cailbi nd Niirh: Sweats become im
mediately cheeked, by the strength being re
stored. Tfie torpid liter is reaUrcd to action,'
u the blood becomes puri;J. .
Alltn't l.'Ang Jtattum contains no opium in .
any fcrm. It U perfectly barmlcts for tbe moat' '
delicate child. - -
Consatrptives woir1 V if ell to read his trea
tise on di;e.'keJ Lon jv,
Pbysiciins who tare failed ta'eure tteir pa-
tients should try tbis Medicine uofore thj gie
the cose up, a we know very many valuable
lives hare been saved by being persuaded tci
give it a trial.
Ie sure and get Allis s Ltxa Ealsav, ant
rze and length, and ladies who -have " n0 "'a" articla be palmed cpoa yon
trouble to find a ikirt lpng or larse euoni;l..will
L'enorallf find them here ; and, if not, they can
bare them made and warranted to suit.
A competent ladr ia always iu attendance to wait
upon customers, who will take pleasure in exhib
iting my stock, or taking any new orders desired.
AO. l )-tl.
Commission.
GBO. B. BETD. W. H. CHADBOCBX. f. . SB0W5.
R 19, C HAD BO II B N & CO
(Successors to French A Co.,)
I ...
. DR. STRICKLAND'S
pile remedy COTTON FACTORS,
-Feb.
125 Walnut Street, , .
f.,.,r CINCINNATI, OHIO.
8,18C6lyr" T"
on
It will be for svear body's interest to call
and see us. Store House South East corner
Public Square.
Dec. 23.1S65. 2U-lyr
MADISON STttATTO.V. .
BAJIPTOK t. CUEEJir.
THOS.
Q. FOISTEB.
P. BOY.
Dry COOdS and ClOthingf. Taken in exchange, or
Rnlrl on CommissioiL
' ' North Sid? Public Square,
-'y- ' "(.":'. ' " ' v . '
"'COLUMBIA'," TENNESSEE. "
TMITES THE ATTENTION OF
X purchasers to bis Stock cf
.... ,'.". r
HATS AND CAPS,
Boots and Shoe's, Ladies Shoes,
TBUNKS ND VALISES,.
Goixc to I'claski. We learn from Man
ager Everett, that as soon" as their engage
ment terminates at this point, tbe W&afik
ville Combination" will visit our neighbor
ing city of Pulaski. "We commend Harbt
and his Company to the good people of
Giles, and can assure them they will find
the Manager and his ' associates excellent
actors, and, v. hat is more, agreeable and
honorable gentlemen. '
Infanticide. TVe learn that two negro
infants were discovered drowned, in- a
branch on the farm of Col. Andrew J.-Polk,
r - . mm l 1 S t A t
on Jionaay iasc iney naa oeen inrown
there by their mothers, who, learn, gave as
a reason, their inability to support them.
They ought rather to have sent them to
their father Fisk
Ladies' Acctiox. "liero .will be a vcj:
ry large sale of Ladies' Goods at Ilam
tier's llall on Tuesday evening,' which
ladies are esnecialiv invited to attend,
The stock of Ladies' Goods wMclr oirr
friend Guest has now on consignmcut,
is unusually large and varied, and the
prices at which they are being oflcred
at private sale and auction, furnishes in
dubitable evidence that ;Dry Goods are
falling. People in want of Goods should
by all means call at llamner'8 Hall, be
fore making their purchases, that is, if
low prices are what they are in search of.
XewFbost. TVebcg leave to eotapU
ment the "Towler Block," upon the good
tate disnlaved in its new frdnt. Itreallv
.The Observer, and its various successors, looks quite city-like,
were umversally opposition papers. ' After
JKXALtfTATK AXD GEXEBAL .AGSXTSj
Among the discoveries in the great science
fjnetaJitae economy, hat of Eeal Estate
Agent anfl General Commission, is one or
the mofet Important. Its advantages are so
manifest, that It is only a wonder that peo
ple ever flo without It- Now, more than
ever, it ia nsef ul in Tennessee. A great ma
jiy are obliged to sell, but have neither the
.time nor ability to seek a favorable market.
This the trustworthy Agent can do. But
Jve merely Intended to call attention to Uie
jesxd f Messrs. Akkixgtos Fabbab.
at Xashvlilc. - They are business men, wor
jb j to be trusted.
$45t we have ho positive information f the
name" or -owner', of the democratic paper,
which we suppose was continued, until the
establishmcnt'of ? '.' ... ' .".
'The democratic itekald.
in 1S5L, by J. J. McDaitiel, a capital pnnt-
GzX rE.IToitlSou'ptnsffeot
penniiteil.'by reaspa of tlfc poverty ; it e
iw.-ui)ie, ii iu"iHwers ma ne wouiu al
low, to cr;t memorial monuments to the
living and dead heroes who battled so no
bly for then in the late war but It is both
erand gallant soldier, who continued to PPfr an1 ssihle. for each famUy to cher-
control it until 1S5G, when he sold out to J.
O. Griffith, and he in turn to Messrs. AV.
L. Pope and Jxo. G. IToeslet, in May, '5S.
In the following fall Mr. Pora sold his in
terest to the writer of this article, and un
der the management of Nicholsox and
LTokslet, the Democratic Herald? was
continued until 1SC0, when Mr. Hokslet
retired, and the paper came into our entire
possession and control. Shortly thereafter
we changed the name, by dropping "Deni
ocracic," and substituting
THE COLUMBIA HFBALD."
' Under this style it continued to be print
ed, until the latter part of 1SC1, when it was
suspended, and not revived until three
weeks since.
On the 21st ot December, 1S53, appeared
the first number of
' "THE IIA UK Y rEESS,"
published by J. O. Yobk & Co, and edited
by WV L. Abxeix, Esq, which continued
to be published up to 1362. Thus during
two years of our connection with the press
in Columbia, there were three papers pub
lished here two of them were opposition,
and it was our business and pleasure to dis
cuss with them the various political issues of
the day but these discussions were always
conducted in the very best temper, and un
moved by any urpieasant personalities.
Those papers arc no more, and alas, their
editors, too, have pone hence forever. Jas.
E. Jonxsox and W. L. Aexell died not on
the field of battle, .and yet tliey none the
less offered up their live? as sacrifices ia the
cause of their country, and are as deserving
in be held ingrateful remembrance as those
ish the memory and keep bright the fame,
of some of the greatest of these, by placing
upon its household walls a portait. By the:
wonderful aid of art, these Invaluable trea
sures may now be procured for tlie insignifi-
cent sum of $2. - Yes, for $2 you can pro
cure an excellent cabiuet size likeness of
Gens. JL E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, or
P. C Cleburne. A specimen copy of these
pictures, can be seen at this office.! JU-Y &
Appearances go a long ways in this
world, towards making bp first impressons.
First impressions often affect after opinions
ami actions. The style of adman's dress
make his appearance for good or bad, there
fore all who fail to call and examine the
splendid stock of clothes and "ready-made
clothing for sale at F. L. Frierson's, may
be trifling with their future good fortune.
A word to the wise is sufficient.
A clock mannfactorr1 ir about to be
established in Chicago, which is expect
ed to turn out -two hundred- tooustind
clocks per annum. .
ireasTirers Montm?
JL Amount rcceiiTd of W". C. Sb'cTmari" -: ""'"
on OM Taxes. 1I".Y. i . i . X-:. flWM
Amtrec'dof J.W. Aldersnn, Recorder..
Am'i paI on 013 Checks, bearing ' m asitMm
.... v 1 ' , V
lnUrest.
Am't ree'd on Kew Dra&s. .
Cash on'tanU. . . . . t . f . .
B'jned:
3IiTl2-lt
A. BAKIVTrcaiwwV -cf
the CorpoTAtion.
FlDDLESy-UMBEELLAS, LOOKING
.Z??..-?
(A . -i i i w i i . - .... -. . ;
CALICOES, from 20 to 30 Cts.
. Per Yard, .
PAPER COLLARS, NECK TIES,
j
ISrents iiiid:Ilh,dies
FURNISHING GOODS,
PERFUMERY. AND SOAPS,
Maslins, Nainsooks, Jackonetls,
- X3TJSTEJH,S,.X
j ' j
That areiongcr and tetter than any ''of "SAM
HYMANS."
COLTS OVAVYS
Five and Six, Shooters.
STRATTON, POINTER & C0
Wholesale
GROWERS
.t - AND '
ooixijijtssioiv
Merchants,
For the sale and pnrchase of
COTTON AND TOBACCO,
. . r,,, Wheat, Flour,,
lork, Bacon, Lard, Dried Truit,
nir lonu nun nonnunc rckirniiv
r inuiij nnu ruuuuuc ui.nit.imuL i
ATo. 9 and 11 Broad Street,
-; NASHVILLE, TENN.
WE WILL KEEP ON HAND A
1 T laree and well selected stock of
ceries,
For the lfliolesale Trade,
-it ( " r
To which wo invite the attention of tbe Merchants
of Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama..
' Strict attention will be paid to receiving and for
warding, and to tbe sale of Groceries, and all
irooos on corsitrnmenf.
.Being in tne large ana commodious store ana
rareiiotise so louir ana tiivorablr remeuiberea as
Fisher, Whecless A Co., with the immense shedb
and storage rooms, we feel prepared to handle all
Cotton, Tobacco, and General Produce, as any
honse in the city ; and expecting to establish our
easiness npon a permanent basis, we promise to
ovinia our power 10 merit aiioer&i snare oi puo-
uc patronoge.
a AGUl-N G and ROPE always on hand.
Nov, JSCS., , , . . ; -. . 14-tf
Has cured thousands of I
tho worst cases of Blind an
Bleeding Piles, ft gives lm .
mediat Tellpf antt'cllects1 a permanent cure. Try
It diictt7Mtte warranted to rSre. . ' ( '
t jfof sain by ail JJttteu w eenw pci bottle.
iATELLIFLUOUS
Cough Balsam
13 warranted to be the only
preparation Known to rare
Conjrhs, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, Whooping
Cough, Chronic Coughs, Consumption, Bronchitis
and uronp. iscing preparea irom itoney ana
Herbs, it is healing, softening and expectorating,
and particularly suitable for alfections of the
Throat and Lnnsrs.
For salo by Druggists everywhere.
DIARRHCEA.
Over 1S.000 soldiers were enred of tho Diarrhoea
ana Dysentery last year Dy tiie use ot
DK. STKICKLAND'S
Anti-Cholera Mixture.
The fact it ia beinr used to extensively In the
Hospitals is proof the eihcacy or Dr. Strickland's
Anti-Cholera Mixture for the cure of acute and
chronic cases of Diarrhaia and Dysentery. This
is the only preparation known as a safe and cer
tain remedy for Cholra.. Do not bo without so
ra'mable a medicine. Get a bottle of it directly.
it is sou iiy aii .uruggists ai nu cents per oo'.ue.
f orsaio Dy Lru?gisis generally.
April 14, 1SG6.-Iy.
General Commission '
.-AUD
MOUNTS,
"JQlarlc Street.
nasuville;
StfENNESSEE. ;
AlUn't Lung Balsam is pat up with great
caie," and w.th fins steel engraTed label, beai
the signati'i e of the proprietors.
D&NT FOEGET THAT T
....... .
Allin's Lrao Cauam k'JI Irmk up tke mott
dtitretsitig Cotigh M a fei kcw? tinet
Many cases of Con'snmptiec, tSat were coa
sidered incurable,' been cured "ri this city.
Call and get a pamphlet, ar.Jread the remarka
ble cures, which will conrince you of tbe great
ralne of thi medicine. . -
Don't dejpairbeeauae allotlicr remedies hay
failed, bt try the remedy ami yoa will not b
deceired. . For sale by tho proprietors. . .
J N IIAKRIS'Jt CO., Cinciaaati, O.'
Prmk $1 per bottle.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers'. Berry, Do-"
morille & Wharton, NahTi!Ie; Ewin & Pendle
ton. Nashville. T. B. Kains, Columbia, Tens.
PERRY .DAVIS
- VEGETABLE
PAIN KILLER j
. THE GREAT - . ,
FAMILY MEDICINE OF THE ASL
TAKEN EtTEKNALLT, it etiret widea eeble,;
coughs, &., Weak Stomach, Geoersi Debil
ity, riursiqg Oorm Mouth, Canker, Liver. Coia-n
plaint, Dyspepeia or Indigestion, Cramp and
Pain in Stomach. Bowel Complaint. Painter's
Lbolic, Asiauo Cholera, Diarrboa and Dysentery.
APPLIED EXTERNALLY, CURES
Felons. Boils and Old Pore?, Severe Burns and
Scalds, Cats, Bruises and Sprain?, Swelling
of tho Joints, Ringworm and Tetter, IJrokeit
Breasts, Frosted Fet and Chilbl&ins, Tooth
ache, Pain ia the Face,' Neuralgia and Rhtt
matism. .
It is a sure remedy for Acfcx and Chiixs
andFivia, .
PAIN KILLER,
taken internaWy. tbeuU be" aduternted with
aJtitai rrnade Into a syrup wita mo-
Special fiotice!
KRS.. TnTSLOW'S MT3TI0 PILLS
Are prepared only for a legitimate purpose, and
are the only safe and eiiective medicine lor fe
males extant.
Do not trifle with your health, and use cheap
and dangerous medicine, which Druggists have
bought, and will recommend, beinr ic nor ant of
tlieir qualitips.
Mas. Wixslow'8 Mrsrnc Pills correct all ir
regularitien and painful menstrnration ; remove
all obstructions, whether from cold or otherwise
No maiden, wife, or mother should be without
them.
Try them nss sccordinz to direction, and be
convinced that they are the Lady's Fkishd.
Ask for 31ns. AVinslow's Mystic Pills. Take
none other. Price (2 per bos. or 3 boxes for fa.
f or sale by an Druggists.
mTI-n TT-Tf-VT7iTrT-t VT.-t-k TT t T-TVr-
JL purchased the interest of II. S. French, in thJ
General Conimission and Forwarl
ding Business, ' .
Under the style of REID. CHADBOURN & CO.
at their old Warehouse on Clark Street, as here
tofore condncted.
We will purchase and sell Cotton and other
Produce on Commission. '
Planters and others who favor ns with their bu
siness may feci assured of getting the
nigliesf Market Price .
For their Cotton or Produce. Our eharjrca will
be as low as those of any other responsible honse
and strict attention will be paid to forwarding
promptly Goods consigned to our care from other
places.
The large and yery commodions building which
we occupy offers groat inducements to Planter to
store their Cotton with us, where it will te en
tirely protected I rem the weather.
Asking a share of public patronage, we reepect
fully subs.ribe ourselves,
GEO. H. REID.
W. If. CHADBOURN, '
J. T. BROWN.
CARD.
On account of bad health I hare this day sold
out my entire interest in tbe firm ot French & Co.
to the above house and cordially recommend to
my old friends my successors in business, who may
be confidently relied on as geutlemen of the bigb-
iiimt f II P L 1 NT I ill i I' f 1 1 L1 L1 VT II w Dosincss qnanncaiioDs; ana to tnofce wno may
1 M II U U h t' IN I JLELlj UUJuJuJN J favor them with their business that they can tcl
Diiy aua energy.
For the maiiy fiivors and large patronage I ban
received during tne. long number or years I uav
oeen eneacea in busmess. l warmly loans Tin-
many friends, and earnestly solicit the continu
ance ot the s.iruo for my successors and friends
Kcia, i uaauurn s to.
S. FRENCH.
JJarchJ7-Cm
TIIE QUEEN OP
HAIR RESTORERS.
MRS. WTNSLOWS QUEEN 1TAIR REST OR
ER is QUEEN, not only in mi, but in viutues
Finca
BAaSi
Di0iQat of -LADIES' ? FANS,
C3' TRAVELING " IiECTA-
ijalbvllf
CULES, ACCOKDIANS.
&CL, &C., &C.4 .
i iti i
THOSrJrALEXMDEE,
N. B. PEARCE,
. . .. WHOLESALE -: '
& C0MMISSIGE1
COTTON AND PRODUCE BROKER.
GROCER
No Plus Ultra.
An ibfallible bkstobeb and fbesebveb of the
Hair if faithfully applied.
It is Xo Hair Dye!
It acts directly npon the roots of thchair, chanc
ing grey hair to Its original life-color; arresting
premature dotay ana timing out ot tne nair: eraa
icatiuir scurf and duiidrulL and caring all humors
of the scalp.
it will change ary ana wiry nair to sou ana lux
uriant tresses.
It imparts a delightful fragrance to the hair, in
In short, if you ish to restore your hair, as
youth, and retain it through life, use
Mrs. Wunlow's Queen Hair Restorer.
Price $1 per bottle. Sold by all Druggists
vr;.
AT TITE-
OLD BOOK STORE; STAND,
few COLyirBIAy, TFNNESSKEi wT
NF0RMS ni8 ACQUAINTANCES AND
X the pubtorceneiptfy, that-be ka ajhand a
CLIIVUU1VI DtVV Ul
Liberal Advances 'madt on ." Cttastgaatenis.
Strict attention given to Orders. Tbe best
, , ' of Liqaora .constantly on band., ,. .1
lfj-r--,cr.:c , -jf. . t. r.U-1 s
. AO. -il, Soullk Market street,
' "If ASnVUXH-TENN: ' K-
A. nELMX, Prest.2d JinK Dank,.ashviU0
DtwcAr, -Poatr1 Cd.CTOeiaati,' O.lio
I08tick. Gaimt-ii-4- Co-Memphis.
James Toabu. ituwviUe, , K",
: Johm ETrrpt'jf'Hd A KefMeamsLa,
, fateaaay 3; 18U6..f '?. 25-tf v
D. S. REYNOLDS,
NO. 22, SOUTH FKONT-ST
3 Doors North of Broadway,
NASHVILLE TENN.
STORAGE, FORVARDIHG
A30
Tillscellaneous
1 A
i
PJRESSES
Co in mission Merchant,
Cotton. 'Factor,
.CLOTHING, AND, ,
PtiiilJhnib Goods!
Alo, mattfcmtr of "
Cloths &" Cassimer es,
T3ogts, Slioes and Hats.
The Finest Suits made in the Latest Fasb-
Columbia, Tenn., Oct 21, 186-5.
"''STATE" Of TeTStTSSXE, )"
Coinptrollers Office, . )
-'J '' 1 'f NASHtTLLB, March 7, 1865."' '
' L S. "W. HATC1TETT. Gmintrolter of tbe Treas
ury, do herocy certify that tle r.i
KNICKERBOCKER
,-""" 7 'f 'f . t 'T T r " t T 'If--rt
JjIFE- insur ance
Si'"? I. J'M3elOa9 ! -J"U,I ' :.-
fcd at Nkw Tobtc. has rroaaced to ma satisfac
tory evidence that said Com party has complied with
all tity iwvuusi trrf tne Uips ot the,tat rf f sb
nei&i' iu4ktn laeiwince Companies Mk I
further certily, that
Armt pCs'iA.CojBpari. als complied with the
n!HB4nfcti f fiieU.fcv-" tUu Stiitr,
JN ew -A.TT.ctioii
COMMISSION HOUSE
COLUMBIA, TENN. '
nPHE UNDERSIGNED HAYING FORMED A
. . r -
larrnersnip ror iuo purpose ot ooinz a uei
bolesaie and Retail Auction and Commis-
isiness. are now prepared to receive an
sell at Private sale or at Auction, all kinds of
Ware s
.- - . li -f j.: -riK-i. ii -- '
And etery articonsei in the Printing Business"
e , -o-t t-.y vt-.f ")", .: . i
AI9 DSALia IX
FAMILY GROCERIES
Specimens and Estimates Gratis Jf9 ItOMw UC E
fr0vMeraUcTrca3?
eialj and
rxnieAbre, Sdii ' " " " -
KnicIjftyQcfyr Ljffifjnsurituee Co.
Has authority to take rvfcs and transact t!e busi
ness r -lnahinc fnHia State, at Columbia,' Ten-
nessee. . . . .-.. ;
This Omiateiif Acrtiry rrnst be renewed the
1st davs of July and Janus rt-. of irarh" wr.
i-. s". vr. iutChett,-
S6-tf Coraptrolier, Tcna.
CrOOds,
"Merchandise, Groceries. &c.
Prompt attention given to all Consignments.
GALLOWAY & GUEST. '
" - - '" '" ' ' v ' -
EEFEaASCES. ' .
-: Jesgjb A. Wlkr, Mayor; Wm. M. Snlbvan
SherifTj John D.-Koere, Post-Master; John B.
Padgett, Countv Court Clerk; Hodge A Willard,
Gnfecre; J. It. VToodslde, Grocer; Wm. S- Flem
ia end W. C. Wkitthorne, Attoweys, -
ColBaabia, Tenn., March 24, M6Y
SEND TO TIIE CINCINNATI
TYPE FOUKDRY
201 fine Street, Cincinnati, O.
Ginseng, Feathers.
. V.Ti'dL" 33 ce s wax.
THE HIGHEST ilARKET PRICE WILL BE
, paid ia goods or cash, at the Irug Store
of R- P. Jenkins &. Co., No. 32 North Marke
street, Nashville Tennessee, (Tom Well's old
stand,) for Genscng, Feathers- anl Beeswax.
As much as 20,000 lbs, Genseng wanted. .
jan20-tf. . ' -' , '
Cheap nvihg for -Everybody.
V-v,-asroorioEi:r--.r- i:J :'.
To the COTTON .PLANTERS
: -r -, T . i i . JXarSl 41, South Market-st, Nashville
LiiUil AW AiXhi; fJATii, Ol'K CIIAK-
Jl cts od Cotioni sold througS our Warehouse,
ESPECIALLY FOR PLANTEES,
Contractors, and tlose having a large num
ber cf men to feed. - . .
5000 BoxcagOouIlArd.Eread,in50 pcand boxes,
and will he s .Md at a very low tigue, in lots to suit
purciiasers. ,&iso, a lo ot Camaged Eread, good
1L
will be as follows
Storage fi.r 6iity days cr less, per bale. . , . ..1 J)0
Storage for each succeeding moiith .'.'".' .". ' 50
Selling Cotton, per bale 1.00
Iasurance and GorcmrleBt tar extra. , :
' Alt' Cotton sold through 'Aur liooses,,f eTcept by a
regular Cotton Merchant, " wiB be cobicct to the
alTCehars3, whethw'iild. b wtsWvm or by
tN-nwneti SSTRATTOX. POIXTER CO.
Fb2 l!AlLEy,OBDWAY A CO.
' Insolvent JTdtlcc. -.
I BUTE THIS DAY SUGGESTED TO THE
Clerk of tbe Connty Court of Manry Corn,
ty Teonessee, the Insolvency of tbe estate of
Mary A. Jordan, deceased. All persons bay.
ing claims against Eald es-'ata are hereby notL
fiel to file them ia'tbo'ofliee of the' CI' k of
Said ciaiity Court on or before th first da of
October next duly authenticated as tile ".aw
directs' for' pro rato settlement, or5 Ibey wifi "
barred. W. E. U. CBEEXfamV,
march 21 1S0G.
O X OA -It S'y
j And all sorts of Supplies for
! Family & Plaulatlon Uses.
WE offer Superior inducements to Merchants,
and are confident we can tstisfy them
wiih as good articles for the same money, as
they caa secure m , '
LouxsviUa or Cincinnati, .
Tbe C'itiiens and Marcliants of Colambia and
tbe eouuty of Maury, are solicited to gite as a
eaH before purchasing elsewhere. Oar
STOCK OF CIGARS
- Are made from tbe finest '
.. cbXNECTICUT SEED Li XG , :
Arid HAVANA Tobacco, and we guarantee
to furnish our customers, with Cigars of the
purest brands below New York Prices.
Mr. JOHN D. KLIN Z, formerly of Colum
bia,, Tenn, having recently become connected
wita tbe house, assurrs am friends in Colum
bia ah! ilaury C., that be will pay especia
attention to ail orders which they may send t
him".' ami fill them ia tbe speediest and ehenp
est manner possible. Letters d'nec ted to rox
113, will receive immediate attention. Re-j
member Use place.' '. ' ' '
' D. 8. REYNOLDS,
' No. 227 Sontb-Frowt atreet; .
JaoiO - JKaj'uvL'lc, Tcnri

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