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.dateeftw Caoaty ofBcennnd veittla.lor,
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-dMtrtct offieaa, -ll in advance? "
: C O L TJ m B I A T E K'N :-: ,
, ratio AT, .HARCH MTH,1M.
WUt Advertising wrtl--t considered
( ASH and eoUecAabie any ticna ailer (lie
. nrsr; inseruoa.
- r 1 ' THK LATEST1 IWfc
Gold eloMtl at III rt CewTork
The Missouri Radicals liavc becomii
t furiont over the Prudent UctaniUnaUon
, to fill the fst. Loots offlva -H"itU Jil personal
rrlcmM and to Bllerly Ignore th slaie ps-e-.
pared by the Congrevxionnl delefdition.
SeliuiT H rary indignant.- Grarir told him
" he (Grant) hd lived longer In nouri than
4he new Senntor rrom that State.
. . ti.TLe rush fur office continues uupre
; -eeuanted. At Uie WhilIouKto-daj Utters
of recomniPudatioM ad inflnitnm were pro
. j fWced for Uie Ptesldeotto read, wli lok would
y havecopied l attention lor -ttia,-iaJanoa
of Lae day and he aUeatptcd to peruke them .
s , Hi reply ta aU application wa to the effect
.that tha Cabinet ofnoen had Uot yet taken
ao itrilnn of the various depamneats before
he woold pay any attention to tUaia. Hence
tha aasioas applicants were compelled to
withdraw with noeueouracenient.
- 'The President lias issued the order to
Cen. Hekbxas to assume eotnniand nt the
armieaofUM United States r.'i
- f The impression is that mahychaa
" In Important officer connected with tb
Internal Revenue PopAi tmont will le made
" : Tefiy eoon. ' ; "... !' . V '. i; ,
..Senator SraAGii; of lUjodo Island,
r faiai J oat ptsrehaaed an immense water power
eanai in Columbia South Carolina, which
. .. be wUI coon eornmance a large couoa mill.
, A Southern exohansestatas that beslda thU
mlerprt.e there are'xeTerai other large. ot
ron fertorWa- being baUt in Soath CAreiiAOi
veverailn Georgia, threeor four in Alabama,
i. . aauwyiaHhnadpni,aadtaAtvenriorida
-. -and Texas are moving in thoanme direction.
Tt is noteworthy that of the men se
"''lectedfor the new Cabinet uotoueof them
has achieved the distinction of a place in
'. " Appleton'a Encyclopedln," or in the latest
f edition of "Men of the Times." -V ;
; In the first encounter Utweeu Con
greas and Gkast the latter came off "aeeond
beat.". lie thooKht Cougre would do his
. Mdding in regard to biewart. oak he found
hirasalf aUghtiy niistskea.
The House of Representatives Tues
day passed a bill repeaHngthetenure-of-of-f
flea law, by a very large majority Messrs.
Arnell Maynard, Stokes and Tlllmaa, of Oils
.' State, voted against tha repeal. They are
afraid tot runt GbAST, and yet with this rec- ,
" ord Stokes asks the KadicaH to nominate
him for Governor.
- , - -
. .- Gen. Johk C Bbeckkxihixik ar
rived in Covington oo Sunday turning, and
proceeded to the reeidones of Mm. Clinics
'' Wnhera,on tSandford treetM where ho was
called on by a number of his old friend and
- acquaintances during tha': afternoon and
- evening. Ha left for xingtoa the same
:. evening. . - . . i 1 . ;
. The blatk-and-tau Goneral Assembly
of South Carolina has resolved to take such
measures as will secure free rides for its mem
bers over all the railroads In Uie &tate. ;
The impression of those who liave
- recently visited Utah is, that the Mormons
will soon break np, and that Bbigrak
Yorso, who 1 worth aome millions of dol-
- lara, will go to ceana other clime, where he
' enjoy his wealth and IUrtety of hU
,!nt the rjreseut week is
' biz with -the fate of Tenmssee. On
" Tuesday the "Dank'of Tennessee case
1 ta m taken up and argued iu the
Sopperne Court of the United States at
' Wa-Ourigton. The next ease on the
Amt ta Franchise case, which it
was thought would be reached about
ThurwlayorFrKlo.v. " ,
. Eiertlaa afiadses.
Ou tke 20th of May next an eieeUon
it for judges of the Supreme Court,
Cbauccry and Circuit Courts, of Tpn-
'aWBsee, will take place.. Messrav-Av-DREwa
and Shacklebord, "of the Su
preme Court, are announced as enndi-
. dates. ; " . . ... ,
; . ia lixtilt for Martial law ana
. mtia is Saury Uiaty.
the
The fblloaing tetter, addrestwd to
Gen. Cooper, appears br' thd Prctt t:
, - ' Times, the.Eadical organ at ItashvUle,
- and h spoken of by the'eJitor aa pom-
ing from ?a protninenteUizeu'' of this
-, - .place.- " ' . T-"-
' .CoLCMBlA Flh. 1609,
' Criu Owper: ...
' Mr Pear Sib: There will be a pctl
; lion presented to the Governor in a day
or two. asking him to revoke martial
law In this eounv I suvto you that if
' tv!iould be tlx nuto, that the Itadi-
: : tone np in this part of the ooun
frj;: To distand the militia iatodisband
tiujiiadical party in tbis county, and
thAt lorever, tor the miduiaut awiaiMins
- andiuiklux have poured out the blood
. of oar men until we can stand it no ion-
cerWithout Rxsistance. I am as large
tax payeras lives in this town, and all I
ask m protection to life, liberty and prop
erty. I nnderKtand the militia is onlv
to orotect the lirt of oar people, and I
. ear norhing abont tlie tai. fmn nnd
Tones of Mare xk. -
. We have some doubt as to whether
atjch a letter was ever written by tmy
cftiien of this place. One DAvTdsox
Doctor "so-called" is the onjy person
. wj fac-lieve, a ho ha ever refused to
ign-a poUUon to keep the County from
-TtarifL .-uiailes Winning mem to le
-y- Drougitt uere.- on uihi men -avwirer
i . I - ever emer-a W titiny a" prominent"
!tjeiu-4 an absurdity too abroad to
-feduire contradiction, except to persons
at a distance. Of all the taean things
that have been falsely sa id of us through
the Radical press, this is the first time
that it was ever intimated - that any
" prominent" citizen of Maury County
had so debased himself as to be afraid
of his own neighbors. Tbe-ialsity jof
, theimpressioB sought to be made by
' tire above publication, come from what
' KHirce it may, is shown from the fact
" that every man in the Radical party of
this county bavinj any claim to re-
. spectaWlity has been active fnlrj-ing
to prevent the enforcement '-of "artial
law and presence of the Militia; and is
shown bv the further fact that tlie
"peace officers" of the county all
Radicals and elected by Radicals em
bracing the Circuit Jodge, Att'y Gene
; ral, filieriff, 4c, whose twom duty it is
to execute the laws, and wno are better
iniormed as to Uie true condition of the
county in this regard than anyone, or
all others could possibly be, have uni
tedly testified as to the folly and mad
ness of this militia movement. Ia view
of these facts, how InflwrtfWyfcase
must be the man, It there is such, wlio
could have written the letter , in ques
tion. He has both the cowardly malice
of the assassin and tlie vulgar cupidity
of the sommon thief. ' If -there is one j
o base in our midst, Jet every Itouest 1
man pet ilia hand upon fats poctect,tf
cumd his house atrainst the incendia-
rk's torch at night Court houses, jails,
Judges and Attorney Generals were
Intended to protect society against such
characters, and Uie law ought not to be
cheated of its desert by Che presence of
the militia. hi
XIIITI1 MiTTEKS. "
AVe are gratified at being able to an
nounce to our readers that Maury
County has, as yet, beer spared the in
fliction of a visit front the. Militia B(1
there in slrotog reasons ti1wi) we eliall
have none tjuartered among us, c?ec
inrrT if: arsUtM a oasTor Two since ly
Gov. 8EXTBB, they are only lntet)de
te aRfrist the civil authorities in preserv
ing the peace, fnd "arresting offenders,
for never, we venture to say, ia the re
collection of the oldest -inhabitant, has
there been so tittle crime or lesstrouble
in serving legal processfcr as at the pres
enttime., n W y..xr t'.'
A very large meeting of the rittreus
of Giles Cbnaty,' irrespective of color
or political proclivities, was held in Pu
laski oa Monday last, ia relation to the
removal of the Militia from that county.,-;
We indebted to the ashvillc
2(Wi for. ilie tullowiag yuopsis of
its pnjeeedingsji - . a n J. r. ,
According to apTjolnrmenVr.'couveu
tion of the citizens of Cii!e County met
to-day in the court-house for ,tle. pur
pose of petitioning .the Ooveruor; for
the removal of the, militia." After oi
ran Station it was addressed ibr about
naif an hour, by Mr. Garneiv Senator
from Lawrence, who stated tliat he vo
ted fur the militia bill, but Uuit he be
lieved the people were in earnest.-. He
believW that the Governor only want
ed an assurance that Uie laws would ba
enfoiceJ. .Every officer , in the county
will testify that not. one. of litem -Jia
ever been resisted in the execution of
hi6 duties, unless by a criminal whom
he was attempuag xoarresi wrucn nas
been Uie, case since crime haa -been,
known.. lie stated that he had always
tried to flu his duty and called -on all
to do theirs.. .,-.- vk A
' Mr. Beet'thcKepi-esoiiUtive. from
elk's, next spoke.- He aid he did not
think It necessary for him -to. aay any
thing. .Besides, they all knew that he
was no' public .speaker. , He eaid he
might have erreu in hi legislative eap
acity, hut it was aa rror, f ; the head
anduutofthe heart. r t j, n-ndi '
. A committee of three was -rnppoiirted
to wait oo Goneral Cooper, who- Dune
down this morning, and requested him
to Address the steeling. - He cceied,
and made a speech in which lie took a
Ta i w T
a Uiance at ex-rreswenij woonsen,
whom lie deuounced, as worse -thau
Jeff Davis or ex-Governor Harris, lie
could not tell how odious lie is. -
He stated that lie hml no animosity ,
against any man in this cotnmuiuly,
and only wanted - the laws enforced.
He asserted that the resolutions which
the committee had. adopted were not
satisfactory to toko, ttecanse .they did
not sav "We eaekand every one of us,-
do pledge ourselves to - ferret our and
bring to justice the law-breaker iu our
midst." : He spoke of the restitutioo of
property, but no one knows - of any
that has been taken except some be
gums and chickens which his militia
have taken. He intimated that the
citizens did, or could, know the offen
ders, and informed them that they
might send up " a thousand petitions,
but it would do bo goed till l bey r
rested and punished the maskers He
said that he knew the oftenders.'-
His speech was a eonmomerahou or
spite, bravado andjelectionecrrng. He
told the negroee trmir xner-naa oeen
left after a hundred and fifty years of
slavery without a dollar in their pock
ets, and Ilia this militia was heretop'ro-
tecttnem. Tney appiauaea mm; ine
neoole feel that thev can look to no
one for protection, for General Thomas
withdrew the regulars, aunougn mere
was a petition that they should remain.
A delegation will start to-morrow . to
see Governor Senter. and if he will do
nothimr.thev will lav the lacts before
yrtllent tiriTit.-Jliic lPaHCTS in tnc
v,t
iuuirvu iku l v a aa anaa v Mtiti - -
, " ' . " ; -:v"
. O; nA ,1. a almm nr. . tart 111 trtu vm
Since tlie above was pot in type we
are in receipt of later Nashville papers',
which contain the full particulars of aa
interview which the Com mi It ee had
with Gov. Setter. After addresses.
by several of the' Committee .and the
replying to numerous interogatoriea, of
the Governor, that functionary replied
to the Committee ia substance as fol
lows;; u '..
In lite opinions I km ubout to' give
you in mis case, you may De sure l will
jrive you none of any party. I would
ask each delegate present to place him
self in my condition, as the one called
UDon to execute the laws or the eotin.
try, and to do it as tlrough he were
blind blind to persons and Individuals
to everytmng else except the execu
tion f the laws and preservation cf tlie
weak against the strong. In short, to.
ao tne aury or an executive or the peo
ple over whom I have been called to
to preside. There has been certain out
rages perpetrated in the county of Giles,
by parties perhaps, that not oae of this
delegation claim to recognize or endorse.-
They were never endorsed by
the better class of people in any county.
From the recollection of certain dele
gates present, an organization has exis
ted, rumored existence, at least, in the
county f Giles, since 1867. I would
appeal to each one of the delegates
present if he ever knew any good to
grow out of this organization ? Tlie
better class of citizens say : " We don't
ap. tve of this ; we don't like to see it
going on. in -the country, and do not
like to see men riding through tlie
country and infringing upon the righi
of an innocent man." This has been
the difficulty, and hence, martial law,
and tha entrance of the militia into
your county. I am ready . to admit ;
that your county has been for the last ,
two or three months a quiet count v.
jow, wnat -wo propose is, mat me mi
litia shall not take charge of or arrest
these violators of the law. We propose
to give you citizens of Giles county au
epportunity to arrest and bring to Jus
tice these men, who, in tlie opinion of
one of the delegates, are -citizen-of
tiiies eouutv, hut do not know such to
be the' lact.'-I ask each one of you
honestly, firsty if every one of tboi
three buudretroen seen on tfcepuW
. .-v . io?w T.rv nin
f at, th,i hr-i8 o--tnpnrio;i tr
wrt.n2, t tTree tiuTi','-i xncnoiuld eo
him a i,iry anu $ivrmei ve months
a.. . . j ... . .y
and it not be known whom they were.
Arret these men, take them before
magistrates and proseente them Jion
estly and earaently. This fs bcttM-than
resolutions ; itrs better evidence to the
oui to Uie rountrr and to me f not
doubting the honesty of purpose o: any
man in this delegation to brinrahnut
the state or aSaira as before described
peace and happiness. The militia hi
Giles county are there;only to ascist
civri n;i j errs, ano wnpn the mvh m-
flcers drive from the ronntv- il
and I ascertain tlie fact that ti-.ey have
been driven from the country, you will
no longer have the militia. - Out of the
izi names signed to these resolutions.
would it lie reasonable that not one of
tnosepnen have knowledge sufficient
to bring a prosecution.- I have no
names of the men who have been com
mitting these crimes and outrages. If
I had, there tthould have been a cuard
bcui aiicr iiiem long ago.
ft r:
.7 r-Tliere-n tou. Annual Coufer
eirces of German Biinfcten, and -one
German district in the California Me
thodist Couference. Tliia -work icopv
piises 17 presiding eldera'. distriacWt and
271 ptwtora (iiargcs, of which Ail. lite
tiiatiictji pastoral eharr are
mission aided Jiy the iunds of tiiaSo
cietyj; . 1 -t'.T. . ui v-.-r. :-.-i
i-The . Jm'tth : Jfaenuen savri: tiiat
many israelii iw hav abBdoaad -the
idea of returning to Paietrfine,. being
aurte witUue-J with Amencar wit the
belief in a refitoratioris of Israel aaa na
tion of its ao. is still an integral, arti-
rJeoffiiith among us, and if not no-
eomplished for and by m -we -oherish
the hxtpe and confidence that the pro-
jieclea wUI bo realUed,
s Banimpi Maic
A few days asro. says the Louisville
Democrat, W. G. Bbownlow turned
over the Governorship of the State T
Tennessee to W. IV-C, Bcniex, ,presi
dent of he Senate. rownloWj; was
first purported to havo been eWted to
the oflW-6f Governor 'sometiaie in
B, . . . , ,
-wwoiwiukhw-jum
years ago. Within that time he has
"inaugurated hell" throughout the
State, crushed out all commercial and
agricultural enterprise as fast as it
sprang up, and added ? IS, 858,682 17 to
tha State debt Last Saturday, two
days after his resignation took effect,
tc complroner sent a communication
tuo now vi iwpre5enraiiTe3---iue
. i ! . .-. - 1. C - i ..
clanjdug'X.tlMiii: iy-riiiwhicU . Uie
very eredibieiittelltoene was convey4
ed that The fTrawry.; waif .fenptj, 1 Qf
course it is eiiapiy. The House of Itep-
Reprefwntetr-fne(w1,.the1Jact long
ago'Poiirytars of such Indescrimi
natepluialex and extra vaauw-as have
characterized and reudered dotiWy ! iu-
famuus.the adminrstratioh ;t)f lh-owil-1
lonf, wei-e'ehbugri Id empty tthe'Bank
of Eng1and.f If is hard!y probable that
Bhovxix)v sharedin the jwuuder hirrr
stJf, as we ha v heard. f jioevklence
of the' tiicWaucl the evWchce In such
u twuallyloVs on fheHieelof the
pltintt'.rM)!! lhat j-orotistealHigs
wcc, ponsUntly gbingL- jpiir 6der' his
very nose, and iluuVhe -rthl nothing to
stop the rascality, is known to every
body? The- schiopl fit'rid"rr juiqre than
six hunted ibiusau ldoU -ftOJita
one fell awooA nd went, too, into tlie
pockeU of the wen ""hwit he put hito
offloe and kept there in spire of the re
rr)"nstrances of thp.viriie'an ujtelllT
gence ofthc Uia State,. .-. a " so-.'-s
Whereverscallawaggery and it twin
hrotlioc cajpet-baggerytbtatn the con
trol of public aflaii'--nipty treasuries
ami trtUm-ate barikrnptcyhaYe foU
lowedJ'ojr.wiU yet Jbilowas iaeyiiablj
as the night fbJJowa iht gomjr flown of
the sun. 1 liey r the-ste-urge- and the
corse' joY, eTprj- .mtaUuiEy'.and every
State, In winch Uiey bUuo.- a fooUioia.
They have cursed and-mwhtii '-and.
Uiichted the wholoirrtherii'couiitryf
from tliet-otomac 'to Juic.iji9'lGraud-
Teuuest e w uot th ,nly treasury
they haT imptiud, amllt" te the
only one thev wUI corttfmie i Wcuipty,'
si long ai Uie goJs ptnuii tham -la go
misiiiitten by the coiieumiug , tlainder
ofa just wrath-. rt
' ' rmldciil Craut and hU iaiincl.
,'Our BCw.preaMent,sceuW to, fiud i
not all velvet in lib new po-siiiou On
the iith : tie -sent to" the"- Senate the
names of hfe'hevfiueV jyhieh ; that
body confimcd, as follow; - -.
Secretary of Statej-B. B. WaBhburn,
of Illinois. " '-
Secretary al the Treasury- A, T.
Stewart, of yew .York-, -t ir .--
secretary of ihe XavyrrAdolpb Bo
rt-i. of Pcnusilvania. j
Attorney ,GenesairJudire Hoar, of
MassnchiMetU. r - - .n r r .'- .
. Secretary of War Gen. SeholiekL
Secretary of the. Interion Ex-Go v.
Cox, uf Oiiio. . j- .v-,m t. .v r
PobtnuisSer General Ai J. Creswell ,
ofaQlamU u r nT -
Scarcely bad the new Cabinet been
confirmed before some busy-body dis
covered the foctfoattliQ j&HTeUry of
Treasury was ineligible,, owiug. . tu ; lue
existence of a law pasted' iar 1712 pre-
Arentirr eniy person engaged ! ;n trade,
jfrppi occupyuig-umt pOeiUOU. .10 UU
away u khthi objection the President
4-1 1 J . - . ' A. ' . - "I? -. fT. .1 .
asked Congress to pas a laWrelievrng
Mf.fetWAitT'of .'ihe disabOity. Mr.
I ct ln IK. ntesntimtawiwtiaaaA
ion
"iruii or ins immense 'fotrsiness.
us immense business, tlie
t w
Jprofitaot which, airriughls
1 ' o -
occupancy
offheTreasurysbip to be given to some
charitabUpjirpose in tlie' ciityi of ew
York.- Congress not benign in a hurry
to accede to the retjuesf of the President
he withdrew hia request, and Mr. Stev
ART sent to Gbam his resignation,
which was accepted, leaving a vacan
cy. ' -- . '
There Is every piyspect f A, lively
time and a free fight bet ween the Radi
cals and Grant ; in fact it lias already
commenced, and if our new President
does hot find .'more, diflJeuitTes In his
path .than he ever eucouutered during
the . '.' little unpleasantness," we shall
loose our guess.
The RadicaXpccs arc'gtreely: criticis
ing his course and thus- far' pronounce
it a hWnder.r The Missouri Radicals
are disgusted, "and" NeV'York i not nor
wUI not J satisfied. , In , the. mean
time, among the excited mass, Grant
ia the only being that seems composed,
because perhaps lt Is hjs nature and
periiapsf -(because, he., js Lidifi'ereut,
meaning, aa ruck has already done so
much for him,TbriefJuck take care of
the rest. '
Just as we are going toy.rcis we learn
that Hamilton'; Fish, (consenative
Radical,) of I?eW Yorfy has been ajv
jiointed Secretary of State vice Was
jrk.xk resigned. GeOwS. Boutwixi
ttiltra Radical of lassachusettH, Sec
retary of Treasury, .and Jxo. A. Raw
Ii'S Secretary of "NVar, Vice Gen. Stho
liELDy resigned. -"i 'xa t ! Pi c
--The ltotwan S (iaththcs MTenn-
jrrlvania claim a population of W,0m,
m itl five colleeiv twenry-i x female
setniiiaries, one rntnxlred and fiirty-citie
schools, nine asyhims,' three hundred
tHKt forty-eight i churehes and- three
hundred and fifty-two Twfests. ' : ' !
, ; It ia staled ,thab tlie numiter ; of
i i ; oru whj during the last year, have
loathe CHurchi. of .England .fur the
t j " Horne, ' betweti 2,lQ0jnd
?tse Tre two peeiN,
Ura.r-vv Xr clergy men, and
f vfi "r-HKu aaTf rH$ graduates.
: B.. Henry 3Toddle,J-'of r?lirop-
shire, isngianu, an inuepenaeiu, min
ister, having had correspondence' .with
Rev. y.'A. Hyde In' regard to' a field
of labor" in Indiana." has decided to
ppnie.to,thist7pruntryTja they, spring.
Wheat rrospccts In' Tennessee.
. Everywhere- ihe word that the
wheat pever lookejhettor at tliis time
of year. , lave4ingjigent4 ,m all .sec
tioiiiof -the, cauiitry wCouour.iu .tliis
pleasmg.Teiwrt.,. Farmers who still
bold a portion .of. the. old crop . should
keen watc-harlitQo longer both of, the
coming harvest and the- tendency of
the marketr-aad.if .they continue to
bear, good, reixjt. ' and. (Usoover - a
downward Jenusnoy of the prices; they
may safely -conclude, it wise to eil at
onoe. Pitiatki &tiee. JietrcA risr-.r
From kH !rmrH' sT ''tile"' cwBtrr 'we
have the most" encottrngiiJg' reports as
to the prospect of thhrOi, The fields
smile with the "luxuriance an verdue
of lialf-advanced smiug. Ottr farmers
rejoice In the airranccof V lmrvest
uupTecedentodly large' ant! "we hope
. wilt jfrw'i
tlieir" toils, " Au ''UHUHual" breadth; of
land has been sown. ' ancf we" oliserve
tne same pleasing prasject aiong tue
Uues'ot road'' Ihrnnchourr tlie whole
length of I5at -TeUmrf-sc. Joncuboro
Flag Jfarbfi l. -,.i;r : " J" J rr ".
JLat.Mandai- Jutnir Jinuitv Court
iday; thrAm'4i great many people
bi town, j tTmn what we oouri jeam,
the peach and nhint cron hare been
badly Klamaged' by the Tecest oold
eatlier. . r'Phe wheat crop look splen
did, od a treat deal of ground will be
put hi cotton this spring Lebanon
Jcrnld and EeaiMe March 5. " ' 1
EEIIGI01S I5TELL1U1.M..
The Seventh-day Baptists have
seyenty-flve churches in the United
States.;-:
I This Baptist Churches in Virginia
kre reporting great prosperity and mojt f
tess.
i There are seventy-nine Congro
I lailUIIrtt XLlLXt . ... .. .
rBCTtiexrpasiors,
The American Bible Society is
sued during the last year" 1, iXi,0U0
copies of the Bible.
The First Congregational "Chun-
tor, hoe 00 membehi )n fjf , !
Tliere are in California forty-three
lis co pal. jChnichesv-4tf-'lMfc
"'UlTKi lnct mint-eh't hi the 'ilSeniA"
provinces of Prussia has been bujfess
ed. .The work tegauiu4S34rs,j,
f-Tho lndon Missionary Society
has purchased . 8,- Budlrist : temple at
Peldn for a PMdkl -dispeDsary. i '.t
i Tha Tnanagere of' th American
Bible Society have deckled to-tieid no
anniversary exercises la tlie Coming
May- ..-Zn-i , ,
The temperance pleJge has been
introduced info the Sunday School of
the First Church in Goshen, Counecti;
t, " ; .. ,,.-, -.J..-!J7. SUSA-.'O V A '-,
-In Aiiaou-thero :'arecHnit--84,000
Indians, not one i ui i wnom na ever
yet been Instructed ia the, principles
of the Christian religion.. - i l -
Within the past three yearns Triore
than 5,000 copies of the Gospels and
Epistle to the Hebrews f ft the Hebrew
ianguace have been distributed among
the Jews of Poland. v
The ' ministerial 'assbcJatiojis. ia
Pliiladclphla" , anuoroice r that....taeir.
churches wilt meet on the evening of
March 4. to pray for the country, under
the aaniiuwirauoii viuraui. ,
EW 'Al'EasTIIlai'. rl
T ,... 7 , : ie.-;tw M
IN BAKKRUPTCYr m ,uj -n
MioVtSa District otTnnesseeJa) Culambia, the
J-ith day of i-'eoniirr, lSC'J..
The undersigned hereby gircs notice l his
annointment as assiirnee of John V. Wilher-
E)xen.
ef OelambW n the cean ty et -laury
aad tftaiaw itanesscowium vaia
wha-aaa beea-jdindsed a Bankrapt onoai li'.t
ownaeaaoa, to (he Uiatriet Cowrt,-of asiDis-
IT? BANKRLTTCY.
.'. it:.-il '' ' s
-..jet t-:
U t
umoia, tha
Kiddie lish-ot of Tcnaessee: at 04
6th of Febrnan-. 1869.
. TltA wuliniiiiisii lumthv wive.- netlus of his
appointment as Assigoca of C. C; ktwon. of
the Countvof JJaurj and ttate.-of Teunefcen,
within said District, who has becii adjufl-rcil
Bankmpt upon his own petition bribe Iitrii-t
Court of said Piitrist. - '-n
-v r. 40t U. VUSSSLU Jtssliee, Ac
i OTIC...n ..M!:,.i.ir'3:n:::
The arm of J. Kit ton Parker A Co.. it this
day- dissolved "uy: muwal curieul, . Mr.' Jock
Porter a UUdraauofixsu Ue snaia..- XU. busi
ngs will be continued by h Hilton Taiker an,l
J. W.' Parker, m-dsr thf nam -and. le" ef J.
Milton Parker Co.'as herrtoftwe. '"; ' '
r''' : ti WILTOV PAHrTR. (
- . .. ( : m s JACK POITF.K,' -
a.-! ;-j . , .JW.PARKEB...-: .
.Culambia, Uarca . m ) .- '
-- :..-.; " n -n 5 ?TTT'Ty;7"T T
iKBAnLTTcx'V' ;
"THIS Is to lic notice, that on Ao lt it.iy of
Februa.T, A.l. a warrant m tnr.K-rnpxt.r
was issik-d against the lirte of '.. R. Shields
of the conaty of Usury, Hate of Teiawasve,
who has bean adjodt-ed a bankra--oa lit swn
petuioa: that the pay meat of at-Ofct aaa ic
ry of nar property bclontriug to- auch bvuki-opt
toliim or for his use." and the transfer ol any
nnncrt by him. sre forbidduo by law; that a
meeting of tlie creditors of said bankrupt, to
prove their debts and to choose one or more
nf his etst8. will be held at a Court
of bankmptcv.to be boldon oa tlie t day of
April, A. !.. Isb'i, at t o clock. A. -.! at llie
odina if tbe Kpgistcr in UnB4ruptcy,tiunibia,
Temiot-iC, Vlors J. Jay Buck, a?sj., Kcri-r.
, . . , E. n. GLASCOCK.
' '"'.'' T.8. Uaisi.a!, Mcsicngrr
llrJ. C. McMfl.tEN.
marchl! Dep. V. t. Marslial. Messenger.
No
iOTICt,'-
' - ii- I - ii. I M.I iJiM.
At. HKVtiL, '.'Jluuibia, iinrcli lOUi, Ij .S.
' Ilavinjt received iostructiunj tfmm IUn.
Tliom.is J. Crptrt, Assessor titb District,, to
visit each and" every jiart of my Dirisioc, at
t.airr oace in every Month. "I herehy give
notice that I will be In Colombia ererv Mnadar.
. ' ' i - R. LUTHK FABISS -"
- Ass'l. Ass'r. Sd Dir. tilli Dirt. l ean.
JlaicU li,lbo9-2in. , - . ,. ., .. ,-
jSotice. v ' : " ';
All persons arc hereby nlUil that I hare
tins day set ni v ton camuet . llowaru iro inini
any control by me, as fullr at if lif trcre twuty
one years of age, and I anthnrizr him to do and
act and cenlract fir liimt-lf and cm hi own r
spsnsibilitT. . l.f;. HOWAKD.
Mart-u i, lKi!!t.
AStBE&CUEVriI4K.
OlX. S. EIKN'BT.
jAKCHEH CHEATHAM & CO.,
- .- . Dealers in
Fine Uourbtm, -fire and ItnbcrWua County
AVhi.skics,
Bondirs, Wines, XpIwco. slid Cigar". Pu
nont's KiBe, lilaaliiig aud Snorting l'oirder.
S 12, North Chcrrj -st., Nashville, Teun.
ftb2ivl
W. B. ELAX.
J. J. ELSX.
ELA.M lUJOTIIEliS,.-
- ' Scalers ia
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
; HAT!?, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES,
NOTIONS, TRUN K?, &C,
All of lik-a will be sold low for CASH-
Mil. AV. J. (JAKES,
Who ia rjrent for the popular SING Kit StW
INtr MACHINE, may be found np stairs, who
will serve yon in all branches of Tailoring.
Ui
P AND UP
; c oa c 11 siior::;
Ti ncdeiiiiried is prepared lo-do all work in
bis line ofbnsiness wilhncstncss'anddspat'h
OLD BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES RENQYA-
- . ' TED AND REPAIRED
o C'lHal new,'at ,'" '
. GREATLY REDUCED WlCXa,.,
over la4"veaiTirriage L1nW5MCTwJ8d4
bj a acw process, " '"'v '
Having aeenrcd the serrioea f nf f tho
best Painters m the Bouth We"t', Taut prepared
to execute all orders in Uie Paihting and. Orna
mental 'me, to please the most, fastidious s-
V,.:' 1IOUSB P.UNTDfO'- .1'
Donejiroroptly, on terms to suit tin irues.
'" HARNKSS.-V li'Ca'i
freparea to fl!T aTl orders in thtrt 'line.frduillio
fiaesf, to Ilia niost common, as well as repairiu?
ti4 iiiue, -.In Jct, t am prejiarcd to make aay-
tbx out of Leather except tioata and Shoes, ,
soaavy Stock. Mattrassea fenora,-
td aud made to order f Cane Seats put M ': Up
bolstering dose in all Its various branches.
T. KEY' PATTEN. '
' Free Street, near the River,
narjtl
i j 1
ar.a. rtu-o.,w w vajics lao.xr.
' -' -:' T'Jl.' , .1
LEMING & THOMPSON,
vt .-. ' e r.a A T LA W. - ' I
t5fllce pn Gardeh Street, ncarlr el
' - -- ,-site Masonic Ka'lL ' - '
J(fi.a.p. -; M .''
-v . , COi.UJlEIA. TEXKESSEE, i:
Will practice ia Supreme and Federal Coiirts
in Nasuville, aad-rretlie AJhaeeery and Circuit
Courts of ilaary and adioiniaa counties.
Feb. 5, lS6.-tf
1869.-
AI.ARGELOT OFJ
. ..eJi :' . f
Jnid received dlrert from T. IhdreTn & Soif7 of
Philadelphia. . To aeeure a full assortment of
LKAfrrOVK ORlrFRS EARLY. :
JanyO, IStft. " ' ; T. B. RAIN9, Drosgist' ,
T Lt Ha van, Pa.
ilessra. Lifpincoi 4 Hikel, ritisbarifh,
Pa. Gents: We ht beel yonr nuke
oftiaogSaws m ofarMHI, audM'md them, in
a i w v
fTSS- taAy sre hara fer
E?lpl)iiic0lt& Hi
well We hare no trouble
with year Saws; ty dout need to be lined op
with paper: wetHr.
rih?ra- en the Mstidrel an
fiitfT go rtpiit lcj
Temer'perrect!y pni4rn
and ooalitr misanitsed: JiusDeetfariv,
'tirplXCOTT & BAkKWJCLL.
Mannfaciurei of (,'i.culir, iluiy,.iill-(;ang
and Vross Curoass, CboppinsAxes.aUsaaues.
Coltitrn's rireotiAxe. Mwvela. Spa,lc3 and
PfAXOSTtl'LVXOS ! TUXOS 1 )
TkE lAUL0Il FAVOEITtT.r
The mimnf lemand fur this popnlar iDolre
iii-nl hts injicedm to make its minuTact ure a
seaiality, wc are cansequendy enabled te
ort t thou at paxk lawef rates thnn are ehargud
forsimilae UVtrjimcator: by other maker .In-
uuircaffcs1Uvut(iilcrsar send for one Ulas--
wiC'l iuttiicuc si price tui. ahuivw i
' ' GEO. II. GUILD & CO,
Phnafirte Mannrrs, Beslon, ilss.
A -MEKKTAJf COMPANY UlGHtYi SCEKT
il X1 TeiLEI bO.U'S. . itoxEr? GiiCKa
ivr, hwiii Fxowea, Buo.umvAsisPAL,
tWy,Tyajwr?erTiiffle worrnnied-oqnal to"
the hfijjlirh ami sold fully 5(1 per cnt. cheaper,
which accounts r the great falling off Iu tbe
demand ftw the f'rew'Hoaps. and the unprece
dented xueoesa af the A nerioau C oman r Toil.
ei bonus, now acli everywhere hi; aha Halted
Stauu. ilrKiONE. VA' UAtaAN Ct..
Sole anQa,'luiadolphiaaal jvew tern.
Ht Nl'l-VU ANli IKAPrlHU-lnateuetaonS
by a huntt.- sr. trapue' t 9g prarAicat
m hi , dirrmia and duecuona-for
makinj trap.- iiij instructions Uaxr. to. .Train,
Aniinnls, inrlndioff many amusing and wonder.
fill tricks. IlotiitiT onlyteti Centi.
JESUEHANEJ f.,HW'!',J';
.Yark. ; ... -..I s.tt T;,; 2: 3 a
. : Wis fin for
Ai , aMwW.TO XAKR THirFATtMTAT
Jiow 1 akiusie the talne of - laa1 and -tlie
prolix on-eiuck. aad lwwja wtshi ear aitnes
i ''"i quahUtr all rw cr-je tv;an o.-;x w
l PS and 1 ,'!'jurttl and useful UiuWraUons.
pBrrner,( T0lf.g acn ud .experieacti agsnt
rrnd il pars t eanTiiss irr um muj,. t,wr m
$J8 par mortlt aewrtlmt w ma encrpy,
For full particulnis. aditrej---f-- ' '
,M ZljitiLEK.HoUVKlJI t,U..
T7AKi,V 1
kllrtB POTATlTAmcriean and
JLs
Foreim Si.riar W hentc. "Jats.Karley.tlnrn
f Ua ar Seaiji. tirAwi Seod.lloS, Fovai, Seat
Fod.W tticr. ind.-for-.the Eneriimriut
odd
Fanrl Journal, oiil 29 ceuts. .Adores GtO,
rarir1 Jown.
t.-DEIlt
t hamorrsourj, 1 a.
YTfXj'TeoTTGji'SIi, to
' ? V ' aontli, cvery";herc,iale and feniak), to.
rodnre Hie GESUTXE IMPROVED COM
rt?l SSNSE -"A JULY PEWI MACHINE.'
This machine wiB stiu. hen, fell.tnet, qnilt,'
cord. bind. braid andcinbwiiJer-ia a most su-
por.or manner. Price only 1S. tauv war
ranted for five rears. 1 Wc will- pas $1000 for
anymsfhinethattrillsctraslroncur, piora bc n-J
tifnl, ertnorera-'lc scam than ours, - It m;Ves
the ""Elastialjock Stitoh;" Every cend stftch
aaa beont, and t tiH tha dots eananf he paHeil
apart without tear sirit. We pay agents from
j-7j to $'.'00 per ni'iutli ud.(-ipeasa,or-ean-uiss
o:i from srhich tu-o that autaunt on lie
made. Address rECOMB A CO., Pituburgb,
Pa., Boston, iUfr., or ft Louii, Io. , . . .
' CrH lo not bp imposed upon hr other
parlrrn paliainpoff worthies" cast iron machines
audi the same same or othei-wwi' Ours is
taeonlvceauUiosndraally prnrucal rhenp ma-
curae wantiiaciure.i
riUK PATENT MAGIC CU.V1U - -
JL Will olor pray haira perniaiMiiit black or
brown."' Sold eren whtn". tv-ut by niail-for
$13. - Address Wil. PATTOX, Ta-asM,
2Inc t'oii! 1 onrjiany, rpnngnciq, 31 vs.
4 ,ESf5rTAKilER?C GAKDSIVs AND
A FRUIT (Hia'ERS.-8cr.d for particu
lars of Best's Imppivcd Fruit Tree and Vine
InvMrorator and Insect rVtrover.' Samples
to test will ve lurwaj ded to any pa rt of 11m Uni
ted States aad perfitct aa'ialaetioir jroaranteed.
Gxl Ajenw -e sranted in every Cooaty ia the
tuiiru oivirs. .uiiM ... auujii.i, iwarc
ond Ptreet, BaltiMore. jl.l. . '
VTI.-iMl! VTs T .'i.l l,n... I
TrDTft.ti."., " , Trice JIj. 'lueeiiii-l
I'lcsl, cheapest tc l b: 0 Kniitioz 1achine ever
invented. Will i'V'Ot'Mifcbes per minute.
Libers) mduemneMsto Ajptik. ' Addvevs AME
RICAX EXITTtAG MACHINE" tfj Boston,
Mam., or St. lAwi. kit, ts- - ', ' '
"Y7A X TEI. Sulesmrn, every where, farmers
t T snl oib'TW.'f' a Nsw Abtk-ic ill prat
dauiand. f-t'H ;ri'to by oneiaircnt bis first
mouth. . Addrcsa immediately, Drawer 12t.
Louisville, Ky.. f l. . .'. .- '
"VyKUltALulA Menrnnsssas- aad Female
Xl Weakness Curwl A Clergyman's Wid
ow siifll red n ith l!.s nbore diseaeesUjod for
the benefit of like suSi-rers will send the means
of tier own cure free.
Mi. Ill XI FKA NKtlX, Jcr.ey Cily, X. J.
V iil-ESSING lO tA0lES".-Dr. m. Bay
Ins irHeoverM a simple plant that never
fails to brinjr nlirf. :hen checked by cold or
otherwise. TtcM Veeetablt' Monthly" Powders
can be depended ore by tudlps- in "time and
hour of nceiL'f lyioe, j per psckaire. by mail,
secure from oVervli')H. , Address, in confi
dence, WM. UAY. H. D, P. 0. Box 4737, New
v"rk: . - ,1-.-,..- :.
"ITU-KEY sHIXTt-llAN, FAKMEli. AND
lid H0n.SEiUN.olHildcnd for oar pani
phlet of 20 i'agis,Vintiiiiruf a full description
of a new iurentisa hr which (he most inveterate
kickfrrs, nrrmwnv, a.id vicioni hor.es can be
driven with pcrlWt safety. For breaking and
tr.uiinr bcrtcs, k a iMUer titan Ran v or any
ether systtm.- Sint fnw. ' Address N. P. BOY
El
I D. l'ark'4bnrrf, Chester Co n.
EKRIXti BUT NOBLK. Self help lor younjt
luea, wh hating arrod, desire a better
manhood. Snt uiled ieuer envelopes, free
of charge. If beni-Sttcl rv-turn tlie postals.
Address l'lUL4;NTilI!0S,BjxK. Philadelphia,
Pa. ' -it. v .
T KKAf LISTRiliCTfoN by tiwMrirnoU
VX iMa Cin Ce Cash Gills to the aiuuunt of
xr,onij- r.vcTt Ticket drans a J'rue,
1 easi -ifli. r!i'lft.00 I 4 cash irifta '00
-10 ( .. . ..., 5(s ano K'O
-0 r . . t 1.900 1 SM -S9
50 Eler tot l:ustd Pianos, each $T0) ta $7 i9
H T - . - ik'Uxleous - 75 t. 0
80O Sc;nf MAchlfits,' . - - " : "0 to 175
500 Fine Gold Wathes. j to 3c0
Cash Prizes, Silver-Wnre. Ac, all Talued at
l,000. . - ' '
' A chance to draw any ef the above Prizes for
ic- Tkkeas deerribin PHna are sealed m En
relonoi sn mited.-. Oa raeelpt of S5e a
Sealc-d,Tlcket ia drawn without citoica and sent
by niaetciaity-aiHresv TbepriLCaamed apon
H will be delivered U the tirketholacs an par
inert ef One Dollar. . Prizes are iinmediatcly
sent totnr address by express on return mail.
You will Knowwbt your prize Is before you
pe,fii! Any CHje exehnnjrd R.r another
ot t arn rains. Ho Blanks. Our patrsns can
dependoii fsit.tkatSjr'- - -i " ' '
tx'Klics V m-lect the firllowroi- from
Biiwyw'i hp lately drawn Valuable. Prises
and L udly permitted us to publish Ihcmi 6. T.
W1 1, i, "p- v,; jj.oOfl; Hies Annie- ilunroe,
diitm. v ' N V. JkduI. Ahvi-o, I.oiiiaTillB
.-iii.- " .rXZX. tiii.,t- Pi.
J.V ); It. E A. Dayiiew Orlesns, 000.
Wv publwh no natiies without permission. '
OwKioM ep Tur PRibir-Tlio rm is relia
ble, end -desc-re ttieir eneeess.'" -Weekly Tri
bune, Oet 8, !We know them to be a fnir dca!
inc firm. K, Y.aierald, Oct. 2?, A friend f
ou? drew a i-W) prize, w hieh was pr.,mirly re-"-llKiira,bo.a.
-"a ... l
ovnd for circuiar. . .liberal indiMemenat to
Agents. Sati.-riu;tii.n eiuuaaili Every paek-
caa gut.
110 for
A rltAOux r, wil a m. on l:
,.i--'i --lj:f Broadwav, N. Ti
r?7-
t DAVI
A For!
' t V. rr" w U'1 r : j
B MADEinvFRTISIKO A KTFDV
W Tn lnia 1 : . I 1 u-.
m in nun vivbuh
01 Uie best N evrxDif 11.0 l di.t.. j
rild lrejs.ad aThrusand DJ:ai for
very mtormatitirf AdJri-Si Box X.Y.
T. tctur.i
Sk -B. TIYXOB,
RLEY.&
LOR,'
'A' A-A.V-,'?'
rnev
?v V at, Ltiw, -
"inn, Tenn.,., T
zu-' a
ia.lt.0
i
trail
NEW BARBER SlIQP.'1 f
j , . . , . i ,-rr.y-.
The andaraimuui kfnmr Mitaaul tnm uhvtl
nersnip, purpose offirrini to oie- rentlemen of
oinmoia, Hmiry Conjiy-, and the travelimr
,-Mr,,VKTerauy,a k , , . ' ! .
' AT-IHrt CLASS -BARnER sn0E, Ljf
tha fisst floor of Hamner HaU.J They biVO
aetsrmined that theatwbit nn-lect or.lerajrt nmt.
aa shall prevail, in ibk eatabttslrmeot. - Be-
'"K ti Known te throluzen in-lae eariaei-
IV otXUrbara. i!.r wilt j,ave. cut .liair ..-t-
J'oo, dyatair an L!akat witU dispatch and
""L XVllttjil Li.uuiinjt of alijrpazura
at weclaim7 ,Wo jvapoctfully aolicUvtha
bU thinL'a, E,eh fjenUcmsnhavinir by the
Wfr i W'"b furnished witha nmjr. for him
ell alone. Litdiey hair Shampooed and cut
iirUe handsomest style and oa short notice; - ,
' .t, . WlftEgi t'AaiPUELI- '
noi st of naalitr. ss;sr Wipj sre hava Afer
-. PA .
r 1 s
L. TBUETT,
GLAZIER, PAPER H4NGER AND DOUSE-
w 4 T WJTTI7
r 4
Would raapectfally inform th pnblie Ihat be
will be pleased to aeeommodsW aU Mnit
1 work hwlinv- oaw8i.
r Shop on earner JSmbargaaa res urai,
Colambia,Tet:. h 3, IjnyMrl.
as ' t 1 Tg '
r.flAHDING HOUSE.
MRS. JOHN P. MOORE,
Writ open a Private Bording Hottse oal Wcnday
Januarv 4th,186!.ootheeornerof hmbasfro and
East MafrrstTPet.
tfca Bonce formerly occn-
piadi byt-Ma JUadiaota-
v The We will be kept
! .v.. i.t .mi, ti country affords. Lodging
neat, clean an d eomfurUbla-Jbe natronaes ni
indef irons of flnding comfortable WpW es
atttMly solicited. T -&kl
w. a AT WOOD.
willo SATiroon.
HI lJlia - . ,(
AYWoon avbro.,
,1 i-t.jU ri." j
A TTOMNY8 AT LA W,
vi-pl ' BrownsTinej1 Jtmi'. ' ' '.'
rriti i-..":ii.f..n.t,ms-iiteall suits and promptly
rohect all claims in Baywood-ana . aajotniar
M 111 i.llU..'" . f ' . .
Counties in West tcnnss,j..c.
(hr olleetii: ' J " ' ftpl
CoAXl'cOAI!
JUriii rt.lU8hed a. COA1, X AEDrt tbe
West U at tha Depot w wUI heew laafter
na band a krga aupplv of tha iaest
qua'ity of . ...0.,s, - r .- - ' '
Cumberland ..COAL,
Alsa: a airperUcte er Coal jattaWe for
Blacksmiths. Orders left at tha f""
olaoa .Lony, will ao pa!y attoaded to.
v-.i Uuwi b anv mi of taa barporawon.
We respectfully solicit the jpak-oaaol the
ctnKen of Columbia ana Ticiany. .
jrFcb.:2,lS89-tf
Fv;- .i rt ta 7 -i !
IiANTERS HtTTEIiJ
y-irtlilummcr, cornar of Dcadriti Htraot,'
' 5 AaaviiAaVTasfi ii
Ravnis been ewmnbjteh tcfitted anJ rcftira
isned, that aopalar and' entrreirlenMy located
iioteriaopen agala, solieitiaf Itboral share
ot pairoaaee. v j; ei ; -jr. .. ..... t j.w
ark shall bo good and- f Uargas amderate.
Yi
OUXa CMJdOIRE.jc; M.J
-I.Xl"A.,lirBKU'bT(-- SiaUioB Ut ahuid this
Season in tWes, toroa miles, trass. Will
imspurt,on the ilt. Pleasaat road-a If n, Dol-J'
Young Commotrore was sired hr
I by Bestim, "tir of Rosalie Homers, by Sir
Uhartrs, -to. M Cammodore has mora rross-
traf Am mala atoek, thaa any other trrinir
cHaiiwa laiAmenea ,r tm :---ii-n
Veisug ConukoOota'a 1st Oara Caaet ks Pete
Wbckitune. best sod of LatialIiii, A A h.
n American Ecliuse, 3d dan br llenry, 4th dam
THrTimtlillmrwIi il.m u . V . , 01 1.
ut dam oy imported Dare V-'vit Tuns ft will
t aean tnai 1 oime Comassdore's Pedipree is
para and fashioaable, mnni)r back throe h
lunaT ot Hit anoat noted Awnna r4 Knl ,k
UoriMW. This horse is six years old this spring, i
1.1 wu ugu, onftnt caestnut. aaA a sore foal
fitter- . . SAJTL J.jTBATBQRN.
FehTiiarv inh.lSW-'m 7
Ni
EW. iff ORE. ;i'r-"-H
'A J? -it -r ' r 3
a-1 .
--s
WtTU
' t:l:
COHEN COl : 1"
Beg tu-iulbrm the ' citizens- of Cornrnbia and
vlrnitr, tabtlhcy ruvejuet. ouencitbeir t .
1ST i AV S TOH E ,
.... : ,--t ; .. . .,1
- ... ..; : ,'-. a-T-T -- -
Ou "-.L alAin Street, opposite the - Bank of
. . y olniubia, W. IL Engfe's old stand, '
, ? - - Columbia; tenjt.'
t : , ' i '
With an entire newstock of ' '
DRY GOODS, CIjOTHING,
- , " - PIECE GOODS,
NOTIONS, DRE65;taiMlUXGS -
,AuJ
HATS, ..
;r
I
., . " B0OT8, - .
,;S ' '- .-'m " SHOES,
HOOP SKIRTS,'. 1 ;' '
CORSETS, - " -LADIES
SACKS, .
.! . . r .ETC, ETC.
- Coma one, come all, to- tha New Store, West
Ma'o pt-e.-t, opposite the Bank of Columbia,
Tenn. ... ; -i . Heh-SAtf
Dr. J. M. WARRE2TS
..tflTTBADsjy:
j rr m ni 1 1 ar r n h .
if
,1
ELIXIR OF LIFE!!
, i- : - '"- : !' ' ;-,;" ' '
t. - : '
. WAlUUS'fED TO CURE
. -' - -
Altcnmpraintsarriiiingfwui a disordered ststeof
. of tlie Nemws System, saeb as
RiiLLMATISM, - i t -. '
-; '.!- t .- -'.- 1
' ' NEURALGIA,' : ' -
. .. HEADACHE,
It.. .' ' '-
1 - TOOTOAtTHE,
;; ' t - - - it. -t .
. , - - - ! ' - . 1 " ' '
, , PAIN IX TUB SIDE OR BACK, j
ritiufs. f.;" ...
' COLIC, .
-1 .--i
i "...' -
I A-'-'
5f ;
? -. " CHOLERA .MORBUS.
31i . t' .. ...
i.-J J"r ' t -
. -. AN D CHOLERA.
'(,.. ,.,r . i. i
t , i i i -' j-. .
r.'fl i
.' : '
, ,. . ): .t :
lMrirut his fcor weeks stay Irf tolumbiaflht
1'oct pr aict am ataay so many aid aad atrara ra-
see, and treated tnc Sam wita suci caocasa,
that lie baa nied to retartr T ' J- -
' fkbsvakt'vi, my, "' '" !"T
",i m-r. -I w.' ' '-:
rtHe caa thab be Vsmsutted at thi SILSOX
JIOUSErfnia of eharpo, oa any and alt dbnasea,.
T rartJctilar attention Pid to Fcmala Disjc
! janyMtf J. M. WAB dEX. .
. 4- ; FOR SALE.
it A find Ws Piano P Apply at Mrs.
M. Birant. Publie Sqnare, at Mr. Barr's
aid atsad. t - ---a ' P"r W
VAr(TFf?r i: ASHTtix,
- r '.ri '
i--. . :
f- HiSHEST.MARKET PRICE
AUthebraarhea of Msehalifcat Dent&tiy rta
eutad in W best ntaaiier HinrKivrAthig
branch of. Jnii Science BIT who la att ju-
I CAUt pronisa all wha kay Rive dm tbirpat!
'tlkast
tktw
Bhr-Dr. Jobn.itox. , .. lfr,'o2-J
ieMjaiiColanibiA insiili WBe -north of I-. . , -.Co1umo
a,.- - i--yytotf h' " . ' " " .' - :""' "
JKoiEc?AiA-pApi:, I . - - . -.. - v. L- 1
';,' ,i,'',:.e(tx;aautVBwx;a'c't ..:is:t) T. II.
THE FARItEK'S COLCW
AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMTS-fi
AX
M ACHIK-EJliYi
1 .r .J- -l.'i
ra S i 7 i
,-r uA'
t ' 1
PLOWS,
f ',
FLOvTS,'
PLO-VVS!
MILLER PLOW,
,! T - AVERY PLOWS,
ltAltiit WBOTr-V ST nwa - - 1
DIXIE PLOWS, ..
. .-if r
. - UTIXtiSTOX PLOWS,"
., .. ; r - . ' ' ",-:"
HO LINE PLOWS,
T.9-J J.'-
n
SOUTHERN OTATES CORNAND
;?r COTTON PLOWS, Y - :
RIGHT-HA5D PLOWS,
WRoueaT ihos plows
STEEL TL0WS.'
.. .; f
' rl vt;
A v ' '
c '. ;u. CA8T PLOWS,
j 1 i t : at .. - - '
Large plows :
f r a . : j
SMALL PLOWS !
bifili '':
S . ..n . . 'GOOD PLOWS!
Can be frmnd at
--4 .1 . V,') i
. !! .V:.' "j"-!. f-Cl ".
HoVj 0 N ES & CO'S
. soxmiERs;
"
FARKER S' depot
'. j..; .
'I 2''. .. t if .':'."''
NOS. S AND 4, o v o.: '
:-- (-, : i t.t -3 w J "il
Ffl'itai fitlf0ft0.'nnt Chureh XftrteT.
r4 '.a J.-.-i ,n:--: : --- 1 -" ' a
:VABUnLLe. TENS. '?
-'- ;'. '- ,.:; ' ''. '-i - : ;r-.,.
5....' .-- '-' ' '- '"'
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. 1 i .. ' ' ' 1 '
- AIAO, C STOCX o ' -
a. 1 - -1: .-,-."'-.' -a
J 'i; 1 t-- -r -'
LATEST AND BEST IMPROVED
.. AGRICULTCRAL y
MACHINERY,
, . - : -- - - f ' 1 ii'
Suitable to the waste of
tha. Farmers ia-
' ' ' . eladimr.,
REAPERS AND MOWERS, .
" . THRESHERS AXD SEPARATORS,
HORSE POWERS,
WHEAT FANS AXD
REED WnEAT CLEANERS,
WHEAT DRILLS,
WAGONS,
CORN SHELI.ERS,
STRAW AND FEED CUTTERS,
HARROWS,
DOUBLE snOVELS,
CCLTIVATORj
WHEELBARROWS,
COTTOX 6IXS,
60RGBO MACHINES,
EVAPORATORS,
ETC- ETC- ETC, ETC.
Kield Seeds.
CLOVER,
' ; TTMdTHT,
'V BLUE GRASS, '.-
i " ORCHARD GBASii,"
s ;''" . .- -
' ' ' . RED TOP, -
HCSBAWAJf..
ETC-. ETC ETC.
wa sua.
ONLT FOR CASH.
AND
WATJIAXT ALL OU GOODS.
i W.J
- ... t , '..
'T ,rt
- ;iw : 24 ; : ix ii . .r - 4 ,
T "A Liberal Ligrrnmt to the Trade.
.1
JOKES CO.,'
Xoa. t mtl 4, CCornerhureh aad ColVjre StaL,
JitVyKl- . NASHVILLE, TEXX.
t t.FFT-ll A i iTfaWitffcai
1 . .
Fall asi wester
AND DRESS MAKING.
MBS. M. J. BRYANT,
(Former?7 ef-UatavUle. Ky.)hM now o, eed
i her stork of
MILUSJSRY and FANCY ARTIt LES,
At A. Brr st"4. on Pn1'!' Sq""". XortH
Side,
COLUMBIA, TEN.
She willnoweoii.tipna.to keen, i-st
istora aitliaiaiieitfiCauinbiarjrtuViu nclnity
will appreciate. . .
rhvt utifactkKi riven in work and pnc'JS,
farsnewin- eB wst LoaliTllTe prices.
All are invited to call and saei for tbenwe.Te
and thev will be wait ad on with pleasuie.
Columbia, Nov. 21lS68. T . 1
Wiito SpringDistilery.
;" le Barrrsls of Cora. ' . ' .
' S00 Bnshets of Bve. - r I
i S)0 Pounds of hoi to.
If Cords of Wosd.
i jr. '
r,
For which we trill pay flis highest market prica
IX CaVSH OR WHISK ET. ' ,
1 We win also fatten stock clfcernfttra ind
dlsHI rraht'on shares. - - '" , -
For tnrther partieolarS Jrrne call.
, V CALDWELL, ALEXAN DK CX i
'V. . ,. .
v r ' ' Wbite Bpnnjr,volBmoiB, irrm.
-Haw. 2S,-f. t ' ' '
w
asraia
ol'er our sen iocs to the yv
fbelina cooSdent that we can sjire-Ja-
r,inn to all who may mre
who may eire us a trial. .Af lor
rHities are second to nobody's la the
Heartier wheal and maKinr (rooa
Kill acit urm
t) LJBI1 ST
pneeaivr ' jt :-,:"-' t-'i !
Snpertiue, $4,00 per hnhdretL
Extra Family, 0,00 -Donble
Extra, 7,00
' M
Corn Steal, , ' t GOJCents 'jttjva.
Orders left at Post Office somally JUtoaiicd
to. , AU articles delivered free or chuve.
1 ..'- '.'., VAUGHN .t ASaiOX, '
Columbia, Dee. a, le8-ly.J J " , ,,
iORR BROTHERS,
- WHOLESALE GROCERS,-
LJL.d " , "a..- ;i-U""'l aAao i-i w -' a-
COMlSSl0smCHi!CTS,
I'Xofc'Vs tfr! jroad'snd lji7t Sts.'
5ASQTILLE, TITT'r'':
AuS. 30. ly
Foundry liiid.MaVuJae'. SIioj),
EIIYWS A - MiESHAL,.-PraprieUw.
,.' JiifS '."A "I o'l -i "!-,l.'T
Are nT prepored ia-.dr all kiaxi of work ia
For Mill Worlt :miXr3rr-'"T.'"
. nj baai a UwgeMsortaient of..''
H O LLO W ', ? VV A R E .
; ... . crt' 31. I
; Keeairinr done ea thellhortesPfrbfiey Wa
will pa partiealarattaasierh to w -repaia of
ail ainaa 01 aascanaoTy, wnwiu apmra n pau
to tfivs satiataetion ta tnaaa wo patron ire as.
. "Lira aad let live." ia oar raotio. ,, . . i
K. B. We will take old Mcul ia part pay.
, Janotrj . J"t-tf
J.
T. W1IOJAJUMS.
ATT OB XE Y u AT LAW,
' tWrrm Kjoiolsow A Isotnm.Y ', '
Prompt, attention given to Collection of
Claims.
G.
ENERAL INSURANCE. f
. - ' ' AH-- . - ' i " J
REAL ESTAtE'AOElVCY.
..' TOR MAURT f OCTTi'TETX
JEHTA, of HartfortI, Coyjr.;-
' Ji
. PH03XLX, or Habtpobd, Ciis.,' '
'' 'Asaetts, tlgXfiliSiS. ; ' .
HARTFORD, op Habttori Cosx.,
: ' Assetts. 2,11796,831 J
ENTERPRISE or CiNCtxxATi, Ohio,
. Asaetts, $l&9,t4Sj
MUTUAL LIFE, or Kew Tonir,
Assettf over (,0000.
Alan, Aawnt for tha ' 1 ' -
MASONIC ORPHANS UOME LIFE
:t ASSCRAXCE.
Aaseas uf Companies represented by this Area
ey,37si,l7,10. Will arleud to the sale ami rent ef all real estate
end procure servants for all parties destrinr tbe
same. Having mad tha abav a specially I
hope to aieet with a liberal Paxroaac-e.' --
Ofliee onX-weatxraerPatiic rinnnre. Cat
nmbra.Tena. , .. . jOSU. U. BAILEY.
BUNK Of COWMBJA.
WEST MALM" STREET,
(NEXT DOOR TO S. F. MATES' ISTOavE.)
0
. DiaxCTOaat ' .-V!
S. F. MATE. J. W, S "RIDLEY,
U l. MYERS, . - N. F. CHE AIR!,
JOSHUA L. WILLIAMS, ..'
: ' r - - O - '
IN ADDITION- TO A'
tiCNIKAl, Baixtto an '
EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
' "Attenrioo win be (riven te the -
PURCHASE AXU-'gALE 0E
Golcf. Silver & UncifrTtjjtt' Money,".'
Goyernmeiit fe. State 'Bonds,
. Corpora tlon Choolta, -
And tha Collect io eC BasiaaM Paper pod all
orceeabla poiala ia tire United State.
- - Tha Baaa aaa a Sacora and Capaetona ,
FIRE AM0 BURGLAR" ' PROOF SAFE,
Which, ft is VcHered, warrauts fjic assnr.mce of
Perfect Safety for the securities ana roons
its Dealers. v - i . . .
With promptness and ear for the wanta of
aha pnblic. it la believed t hat a permanent baai-
neea mtercoarae asay ao eMabtaaMd. which wwi
be mntoally agreeabta end prohtaUa, aad wt
therefore solicit the accoanU ot Banks, Baalus
and Individuals. ...
9. T. MA TPS, President-
vt. r, .ioita.n, vasoier,
Late Cashier Central National Tank
1 . '!
of llanrUHl, By.
Uikr. VIU&RitOav AaT rtrsTTteT.
WALTKX rilXSW.
TSEO.
irtcoara.
1
Wholesale and Retail -
GROCERS
AaM
Produce
CQL UXBTA , ifirSI!S& SE,
An Ins xpaakig and- will keep eaawtaofly a
haad all kinds sf v I -.- . -i
FamilySnppli o s 9
FRtSHAMD CHf AP. '
Sugars, JUalasses U4 Ajrops.!
' - Of the be hraadn. -
-.. -5 si
CAKOLISA JUCa-.,-.f 1 - V-
3xesaS i?prk;
Sugar Cfiireci .H&rflH,
USD, rLOCR and MEAL, : -
CANDLES and COAL OIL
everrftlar "asnalTy ept la a" WSole-
i. Grocerr. Aad thav nrak a snactaJiry af
lii kindsot' FARM and OAKD.Y rEEL.
iTarythine lew Everything. kef gbtjow hw
Cash and veryuunwaptn ww. . - ,
.-.i: roit CA6ii;,-a
Teb.!U-lT
- 'if 1 r, 7 .'I
s
T1UYED OK STOLEN t : - -: -
Pma, tha subscriber, en thanleM of lie 17 Hi
. one DARK BAT MARK itULE, ahool
uiy hands his, hear art. white apota oa h.r
b.i. A liberal reward will be (fiTen for tha
1 T.' - X0BT. CHAFFIN.
I
MURPUT & uiTVTELL
Lal-f
Vnnrrofacters and Dealer laallkiaocof
TIN,COPPEB,
AS1
ShsetT Iron Wre,
South-Eaat Corner PuLIie fyy
Colimbia, . Tan"
i
rX'llEalteotknio'
tVw-sds and the pnb
rsneWuliy called ta the
J. lie reaerall
well seiAtcd
o.
jfvr Wood and Coal.
Also f ,n, well detected Jasaartment of
TJJopptr and Sheet Iron. Ware.
V7ll.l.r't. - i - .t.. .
iii 01 nores may oe louna
XI iiaee aadpricej, fer Coal or Wood.
Parfor ant Heating Stoves.
For Coal or Wood, aarietyrfiaArlA'ai m
tne aess sisti'T.mi m J if! To
L7;.rtCRAVTE4 f R COA,
Marblelsfd Uanllca, Evamfled Hantlfs,
Plaln Jairl mi Basic! Craka. v
Ailovfarythioir kept ia fha aadTia Line
WieaapaciallT call the attoi,ti ,f bos wiaMng
f"T..l,t"riai to cheaper than
,Cta.r i- a .,- .-. , . .... .
v.n3fttJ!-' oar camtame,.
(Uob afnaravi; a. -. - . ,
U-Od.'ftif.)vl 'SCKptlT.t.ATWCTf.
r J- " e ' 1 ...hi . -" -
jJ..KAVI., ;.. . , .......
iun-" COLUMBIA, TESY 7 i,r'
(SCC&'ESSOR.TO, K. o.. MALRK.
J la. MeCtELtAS D, - -
, 1 iATTOKXEY AT LAW,
tt -jsn a -..-: c COLUMBIA, TESS.
' iJ VWBee with W. V Thorirton.r -
tWtlln !. It e In ?TnrT anil artjTtnrhg counties.
TSvnonvn '' ' '
1
ATTO HXET AT LAW,
-t
. . COLUMBIA. TESS.
it -t iti-
T?w -i. rr : i, -
UREHINr. MACHINES, AC.
tr
Our btcam aud Qorr power Thrashiow M-
chlnss aud Pot table Engines are Uluap the
lead thronchout the Wn Send 6r Circulars.
... yEO k SUOEMAKER.
Wiim3 Richmond. Ind.
Lot
ULSLLLE AND
;t r- NA8IIVILLK
RAIL" ROAD LINE,
f.-T r "AT r ,J - - - . -
TUf TUrCKE!rr an feViT R0jTE"li alt
r- -points NORTH. EAKf snd WE5T. .
-.jaw -: . ' .-: . ' -
Tw1t'rTt-..i ra tl rne wHhont rhwnpe.
- i,iuw w.flWiH!i, AAiuai.ffle
; - . -. wtth Express Trama for - -aULTO10P.E,
WASHINGTON", PHIDADEL
PH1A, NEW YORK. BOSTON, SI MJA--:
BA FALLS. BUFFALO. CLEVfc.
" ' LAND, PITTSBCRGH.CIHCAGO,
" ' DiTKOIT. ST. LOUIS, IN
- ' WAXAPOLIS,
And aft wber tlties in the North, Eeast an-l
West Afcw,' with the V. S. MAIL LINE
STEAMERS, arrivior at Crneinnati next avorn
ia ia taa to take early Trains East.
. . Iba roata via. of LenisTille to
OMAHA. RT. JOSEPH, KANSAS CTTT. and
Um4OLI FIELDS a the FAR WEST
Is the very best in every inspect. Paseeaeera
hcldiug tlirooph Tickets can stop over at Care
City, to rut tlie Ham moth Cave, and reseats
then- journey af pleaenre.
- PALACE SLEEPING CARS
Accompany all night trains.
THROCGil ..TICKETS AND ' BAGGAGE
' CHECKS
To all principal cities, may be procured at De
pot in Nashville, and at Nashville Trans&r Of
ice. in Alaxwell Hoasa, Cbareh Street.
STASK FOR TICKETS TIA. tOUISVILLE
";: . Freight
Transport: in jaick Uuc and ba lew rates
Tlirough TiikL-t arrangements Iroaa Eastara aad
Western Cities perfect, aa.1 Bills of Ladinf pv
en thronjh. Freight eons'sned to A rent Land
N. R. K.. at fxmisvillc, forwanled without charge
far Conmisaians.
All daima lea- Lass and Damar settled
promptly. . , ALBERT FINK.
. fib.i ly -. , Gea lSnp't
IYMAN'S
' " MAMMorn . '
, 'CLUSTEK. TOMATO.
.This Tomato ia a erara heft en a French m
kaowu rariaty aad ue Leeter'a Perfected, re
taining the tzaaothneas aadaaiidity of tha- latter,
(rroairi in clusters; each ateai'besriaa- from
six twelve tomatoes on iu It is pctfectlly
smnotli and nearrVWutid','" about the sire of a
BaldnLi apple 9 vator of a rosy pink, and keeps
well : sriiii, has but few- aeeds, and is ao daot
one af tbe best early varieties we have. It is
ancxeeUed fur eating raw, and ia delieioaa for
cooking; being vcrv high tUrored. la earli
ness it excsHs the " Kejea Tomato' and ripens
hs fruit eveulr.; about Tr. pavj befora tbe
Eatt- Bel. t3?t "dimbtedly the best market
earietv toaaata, in eristenee. This rarietv.
was obained from seed ht 1884. In li k
rrpsned its fruit TEN) DAYS herbro the Earlr
havmth Red... EED PACKETS. 2i eu. aaea,
Aa llhistratad Circalar, . cootaiDinlac reeam
mendatioos kc Mnarfrec on reeriutof sump.
Now published, my rilust.aWd FiuraJ Guide,
and Catatoirao of Seeds and Plants. No ex
pense has been spared tn make it the most une
fut honk ef Ha kind published. It will ermtara
twa twsmirbl anlavad lint, eae of waieh will
ao tfc eeteoralad - icas. Poiaarlr,' ta
LblBBthar,. Vifb V I",.' "I .1 irTif enara-
r-niS.a.iA. tiractiisu iiiracuoiwlur Uiacaiuiauun
of ai kinds vi dvirers, dcsi(u (ur laiaar oat.
the Flower GanenAc. This beamifui wrk is
arnt frrmtia to all my cuntnuicrs, and tt, all others
on receipt of Ti Cer-ts. which is not half the
Lcost. Address W. H. LI MAN, Importer,
jaa J8m Levarett. Mass.
Insure your lives
-a ' a- i- TUB
f i XAtfll VILLB LIFE -.
t'CtSURAXCE C0MPAINY,
A SOUTHERN HOME rXSTITCTIoy
c.xrxisiNO
ISTZGRtTT,
- . V A2(D SECUAITT.
-1 .-J
CASll C.VPIT.VL,
t e ij
tt ,2"i. : - "
'BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
..John W.- H. Bsa ' i. W. Hoyv
v,Jo.W. AUen, , . W. II. nraaa,
. v.. jicvrorr, , v. a. a. aui" '
- - V W TT. ...
. oFFiczas, .
VJvhaM. Umb, Prasident. J .-
.-J. W. Hurt, Scemtary.
r T. A. AtuULwi, iC D, JI- Exammer.
""J. C". M:Cr0VT, Treasurer." .
D'. T". Fackter. Consulting Actuary.
B. H. Stwrt, Jtr ., General Ajrent.
hrirxTE4 yiarfcesov,
.' Axi".
Maarr Coanry.
CHAfcXEH HAK.tl, t "
J. W. FHersow. hi. D , M lil t!
. r v j-hif.Wm. M. D- Mwlical H-
f emuw. SpriBK HUI : U, U. H.wr.
, numuini . . . . . .-... . - . . . .
hral fcxauMfwr, jn. rieawm.
ir we vm aess stwyai " rro,
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