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FRIDAY, MARCH 1TI, 1SS.
AvrtiTDtxira towfii imnmtiiiM ta
Mrtlon mmt be handed lnoa or before Toes
day evening, each week. . -
TOWN AXD COUNTV.
TRAINS 60DTH.f Arrir at Colaaibia.1
Vo. I Paa-engerBd Express, 7 is a. a.
No. 1 Flight. a- . . 1:15 - V.
Xo. Aaer moaafia. .. ,,. .ww . 5.J0 P.
K 7 Passenger, , . ?? P
. Tram No. 8 el atop oalrat Atheis,Pulai
Colombia and Franklin.
Through tickets are sold at this office to all
Cues East and Sonth.-
- 4 ' TRAISS 50BTH.: ' r
5e. PasenjeT learrs Corambta, J. IS a. m
X. Aenoiamodatioa, M . . T.30 a. a
5.4PiirAEi " . LI4r. m.
Se. SFretgst, . : 110 p. m
JOSH. O.BAILET, Ajrent
The fVequent highway robberies on the
Xorth Side of Dock River, in the Ber
- Creek neighborhood, has demonstrated
beyond doubt, tha existence of a well
- crgmnired bend of outlaws operating in
that section of the county. That the
clansmen should be broken np is patent
to every one who ralne life and proper
ty. It is hoped by every honest resident
ot this section of the county, that steps
be Immediately taken to ferret out, and
if possible, bring the offenders to justice.
The last effort at robbery, by these liiffh-
.waymen, was last Saturday night, in
which they did nolineet with' that suo
. , oess they bJ In relieving Messrs. Rmr-
hill, near the Xorti?
P. Spikdi.k Una, he w
iKMmrxim. VT.V. asked them
they were sad what they wanted. They
replied that tney were genuemen mw
wanted bis money., Dr. Dekbyberbt
had no idea of being mo ceommodating
aa to hnd over his pocket book to such
"gentlemen," but instead, drew a small
repeating pistol, and let them have the
contents of three barrels In rapid suc
cession. "Sot relishing ' this, f they "ran
away and fired two shots at Dr. D., neith
er however, hitting him.., . . . ;
Dr. Dewtbekt thinks, he bit one of
the higbwayme at the first shot. ;
SMwna flanaa IiUin Baa.
Our friend Jl Pkrbt,' of the 'Jin
rompoop Havana; Tobaeoo" notoriety,
called upon us last Monday," and left a
package of seed; of this "celebrated" to
bsoco for our correspondent, Yo Know
Who," who will please call or send for it.
Qwaltaed. " ':
At the March term of the County Court
the following gentlemen were qaalified
as Justices of the Peaoe: W. Kik,
District Xo. 11 ; Geo." S. : Krssj'Xt, J Dis
trict Xo. 1. " ' i
Thomas J. Rail was also qualified as
Constable in District Xo. 1. - .'
AIIIbai'a Vtettoamrr fAalktri.
Messrs. J. R. IjrpjwooTT A Co., of
PbiladelphU, are alioot to issue the com
pletion of Dr. Alxiboxe's Dictionary
of English Literature, and British and
American Authors," tbo first volume of
which was published soane years since
by Mr. U. TV. Child. Persona desiring
Vols. II. and III. uniform with the ori
ginal edition of Vol. 1 to complete their
set, are invited to send their names to
the publisbere. "
Aawawr Farina Oflw. ' ;
Mr. R. Lttheii Fabks, Assistant t.
S. Revenue Assessor, since the burning
of the Whitthorne Block, has occupied
room in the Court House, where he
can be found every Monday, to transact
business connected with his office.
Manry Cty 1
mi - m I
At a meetinK or me vuorum i
County Court of Maury County, held in
rvrinmbia. Maurv County, State or Ten
nessee, the 2nd day of March, 1869, on
motion, it was ordered
That, the members of the Court, and
the citiiens in general, of the county of
Maurv, deem it due to Gov. Senter and
Gm. i'ooper, to express their gratitude
to them for their patriotic discharge of
duty, in modinng the order for Martial
Law in the Count v of Maurv. They are
futlv satisfied that thtre is a general
wish and purpose amongst our citiiens,
to see that civil law is laithfully enforced;
and thev are of opinion, that the action
of the Governor and general ia modify
ing said order will inspire our citizens
with a still stronger determination to
give ail neressarv aid to the civil officer
in bringing all offenders to justice, and
in rendering the employment of Military
force wholly unnecessary.
Thia Court is satisfied that in making
thin nnier and in directing a copy to be
forv-arded to Gov. Benter and a copy to
Gen. Cooper, they comply with the sen
t intent of tiie county. '
A true copy from the Bacord.
Witness : Johs B. Paooett,
A Bash X4 HM far ThlrtyFovr
A few davs ago, Mr. 8. C Cook found
between the ceiling and weather-Doara'
itiff in the nostoAca at Columbia, a let
ter hearing date, MU Pleasant, March
30, 135, which contained a bill on the
branch Bank of the State of Alabama at
Decatur. Ths letter was written by H.
Henderson, and addressed to Marv Hen
derson at Pulaski. The letter was still
in the original wrapper, marked Pulas
ki, and the supposition is that Columbia
being a a distributing office, the pack
nam laid over for a nisht or two. and in
the main time was spirited awav by the
rata to the place where found. The baak
note is in an excellent state of preserva
tion. In fact, looks nearly as rood as new,
but as that bank has been out of exi
tence for some time past, the bill just
now is of no particular value except as
an oia retic Lmon a: jimtrtcan.
A Calaaiata accra abet. ' '
Saturday last, at Pulaski, two negroes
got into a fight. One of the negroes fixed
at hia antagonist, but missed him,' tbe
ball striking another netrro. who was
standing by, above the pit of the stomach,
and inflicted a mortal wound. The name
of the unfortunate colored man who was
shot, is Xelson Jones, ascd abont 19
ears, and lived at Colmnbia,ln the ent-
nloy of Lena Booker, ooi) "keeper of
whisky shop. Jones bad gone to Pulas
ki to see a sick sister. Booker went
to Pulaski last Monday to see Jnnea,
and Inform us that the physicians enter
tain no hope of hia reeovory,
' During this week, two gentlemen, from
Western Pennsylvania, Messrs. Damel
Fiedlek and Jacob Zisoleb, have been
on anlnsDectinz tour , to this County,
with a view of purchasing lands, and
moving bere. They represent a number
of families and a larga capital. These
gentlemen express themselves highly
pleased with thia portion of the State,
.... . . . a
bat say that the prices asked for land ia
higher than anticipated ; tnat.it wui not
pay to Invest money In property that
will not return a reasonable per cent, in-
tercst. From their conversation,
infer they will not buy land iu Maury
county. Tbey left Columbia Tuesday
fast for an Inspection ot Uen. TvrElA's
farm, which Is understood to be for sale.
Wherever they con el ii 3 te locate fctocte-
raising will be their object.
Br. W. B. Harrteaau
' Thia gentleman, for some years' past,
a practiclnir physician of Memphis, has
moved to Columbia, for the jyurpose of
rraotidnir hia profasniea. For the pre'
cut be can be found at the office of I D.
Mtkhs, Esq.;", Dr. H. la tbe aon of our
' fellowitlaffn Bz. ' Habwso, Burp,
&nd ntodied medicine with Dr. Baowx.
Br. IIarrisow returrs to his old home
bearing many testimonials of worth,
from those with whom be has been, as a
gentleman and physician, and we be
peak for him a cordial reception.
Til nil -r-fi 7.
Tre 'ij;,y8'!t road
i oe nana or m.
hx Mathews, whb v .ok-
wd fa, tho UHter.oaed. from bl.V.U
known Integrity, and tw fcr .
i"?.'.!!'e,t taheyla saying
Mh. UoWMtr llwiBg . u rge rave
within .shoH dMance MywS
ftTn2 exc.!td cariosity bf my two
thirteen years, they vnredUjnorn-
tiioaea won Jem. With
torches in band they yroeded- the
distance or abonf itto inndred- jrds
fWlttt UiA Ant. . 'J
, wncntney were ter-
nUr tortw.fcy .&.-. PBeaW,, of.
mmi fu i -
a uuxraas aauumHn. mm
they said, wtoeii they nm running up
- imc .v hit noose.' Having
much, iii. iaimacination:
ana possessing considcraLIa df- r
, was -aeierniioed toiaoa. for
waHl " I wont to the resi-
OI Mr- w. u. Matthews, to oit .
m exploring, and fband several
neighbors, J. W. B. ' Th
wiueba, ueorgo . Cixoa John lu
nd Sol Porter there, who wort eager to
go right srway, as their urlosity seemed
" grc" ofwterthsn-winet In a short
time we fixed op three torches, nroenred
some candles, and a lantern, we nrnwrl.
ed Oh Our voyage of discovery;-Hrring
arrived at tho mouth 'bf, the"" fav, the
torches were soon light! but some hesi
tancy seemed to be nuuaifested by every
one as to who should co fl rut. Mr. Thwn-
led the va
into the damp" cavern,
ineas produced a shilling
and one of the party was
ious thai, they should re-
pj, i &qjepa,r bat ow tnaomiwois
I Tboint?'nd daring Mathews and Porter
prevented, by tcfling the party that fire
can Vi 'uljaU. fjie 'frogi creation.?
We wended ui wy slowly to the place
my sues saw tbeftos, and air, . I io Bay
to 'Toa, mtthAitiKaganaka, that Jtbe
frog was libi tar, liJrge' s -when my
children saxr "tt biit ljf ,Vs Undoubtedly
(lie largest specimen I have, ever seen or
heard of before in Uja-exAnyoUMr State.
We- ad vaneed. to'i within vbjotis twenty
feet and halted.- It was then setting with
Its side to , anff wbeh all bf the torch
es wore brought .npt ' turnfd, slo,wly
around facing u and auch . a Jiioous
sight ! I Bevec. before beheld, t Jts ctyea,
as theyglistiwedlntbatorch light, made
ueh an impression npon me, and in fact
npon the whole party, that we trembled
as If In the presence of a real demon, for
lu .all my Uu aginations of -the appeac
anco of demon, I .muat acknowlodgo,
that I never conceived of anything -that
would be calculated to fill the mind with
such a horror as. this. TV'o stood In the
position waliad firsltaken for soiue lima
Mr. Matthews threw autaU 4one , to
wards the frog, it rolled and stnsck htm
lightly. It bowed orQacked' Irs head
twice towards the grotirid in'rapi4 .uc-'
cession and made aleap towards us ; and
if I tell yon he leaped ten feet I. do net
believe that I would iniss it ix inches.
As soon as it f truck the groufid, an in
stant retreaf was simultaneously agreed
upon, viUtoui consultation..' The torches
were thrown to the ground and ia an in
stant Egyptian darkness reigned and
struggle was made to gain ' the entrance.
The noiso and excitement was intense
amongst the little boys who' attended us,
and above the din of confusion the voice
of Dick McCanlcss could be beard : "U
a frog bile ooHunt ,
Mr. Porter having some matches the
candles were toon lighted, and with the
light came back the courage of thclittle
boys. An advance of afew stepsbrought
us in sight of the monster again. A
ror . larce roods box. which soon aiier
arrived. ,The box was dragged in and
the top removed. The box was pushed
by Messrs. Dixon and Due towards tbe
frog; Mr. Mathews using the top as a
shield, succeeded in getting behind the
frog, and by throwing stones at it for
some little time, made it chagge its po
sition to a place near the wall. The box
was then pushed slowly up and covered
it ; the top was slipped down, the box
was turned over .and secured by a few
nails, and the prize was ours. Right
glad did we all feel at our success, and
with light hearts we commenced tne
work of dragging the box out of the cave,
which wo accomplished after inuch la
bor; and wo lifted it into a cart and
started for the residence or Mr. W. D.
Mathews,"to have it weighed, as I had
no balances that would draw enough at
my house. A rope was tied around the
box and the frog and box were weighed
together. The frog was then turned out
into a chicken coop and the box weighed,
and showed that tbe frog weighed w
actly uiiittif-Oiirem potmds. -
I will be wilhnjr to make an affidavit
of this fact before any Justice of the
Peace in Maury County.. Those present
and saw the weighing can attest to this.
It is, I daie say, as rare a ennosrty as
was everv found Sri our county, before.
Mr. Mathews measured it while it was
in a sitting posture and its height was
exactly three feet four inches. Its eyes,
as near as wo conld guess, were two and
one-half inches in .diameter.- -The color
of the breast or belly was a dark yellow,
while its "back was a dark green, and ap
parently mossy, around its neck is two
distinct red and one dark stripe. From
tbe centre of the bead or rather com'
mencing from the top centre of the nose
there afe" apparently a'lhbusau J'stnaTl
light stripes sprangung out from a com
mon centre like rays of light. Its feet
are of large pmport ions and are perfectly
I laid claim to'lt; a8 my boys wet the
first to discover it, "which claim was not
objected to by any of the party who
went with dm,- If nothiug happens to it
I will bring K to CoiuaiM next. week
and give your town people ,an opportu
nity of seeing something worth seeing.
I win probably come to town on Tues
day, and it will remain at Mr. W. D,
Malbew until tliat time.' I would like
very inuch fur you to ;-ee Ibis frog baforo
It Is moved." IT you' come to Mr. Mat
thews on Sundsy evening witl prpmise.
you that 1 will.be there.
It our Aloud,
X- V A'. T. 2. Mathews. t
The Faaslly Mewaaaaer.
We feel much flattered of late, at the
Increased circnlation of the IIebald, for
which we extend our sincere acknowl
edgments, to those of our friends who
have so kindly Interested themselves iu
pr behalf; TVethlnk burs is one of the
j jargest and neatest country papers In
th, state, and by far, the best ever print-
cd in Columbia. It should be.ia every
Maury, county family. - Fhakkuv ro-
marked that a man as often gets two
dollars for tho one ho expends forming
his mind, as ho' does for a dollar he lays
out itt any other 'way... A man eats a
pound of sugar and it is gone, and the
pleasure he has enjoyed Is ended, but the
Information he gets from a "newspaper is
treasured hp to be enjoyod auow, aid" to
Wueail wheueyer owasionor iaclinUon
odls for iU eAinawnpapar ia -not tba
wiJmrrofofSermmrrftwo men ; It lstho
wlsJoiri "pf the age'and past "ages, - A.
HmUy'wjLtbjout a newspaper ia a year be
hind the times ia general ' Information ;
boidos they can never think tnuch nor
find tnnch to talk abont. And then
there are the little ones growing up with
out any taste for. reading. Who Jhen,
aould be without a newspaper.
' Tfm T the Cm-untrf.
Bcbijk, Marshall Cp., March i, 1SC9,
t Ed. Hxbaldi We . have been silent
some time, but not because w dad toot
want yoo to hear from as, but from can
ses over which we have no control.' We
have no long Boar Creek yarns' to tell
yonw neither have we any Bigbyville
hog doctors to write about, but a peace
abto,qaiet and Industrious people. Far
mers id this part of the country have
gone to work, in earnest preparing ' for
crop, and determined to make socue-
thing tc eat, if Mr. Melish do not "molest
or make them afraid." Soma time since
there was an order issued by the Gover
nor that there must be an ejection held
in all districts in (.hit SUto where vacan
cies occurred for constables Oars being
one of the number, Esq. Hardiaoa pro
ceeded to hold an election for constable,
which resulted ' In the election of Mr.
Turden, ShorUy afterward Mr. P. in
formed Esq. Hardison that ho was not
eligible to the offioa, so 'a'e have no con
stable as yet and we' do not need one.
We have no crops to write about, except
oar wheat crop. T?re was more wheat
sown in this country last fall than ever
before, and ttts looking remarkably fine
for tne season, if nothing interferes we
Cedarites will have plonty of wheat and
to spare. More anon. , . P. A. F. ,
Frm Bistrlct Sfa. I. " '
Ed. Hebaid: Qn tho 13th nit. wejbad
an election In thia District for Constable.
Esq. Surfing, of tha JSth District, was
the Deputy to pen anu hold the election.
At n early hour the voters beiran to
pour in' froni every hill and boilow f most
.pf them to .helpCapt-jIa jTjr to raise
house,) and you know wo
about one Bunareu mua
, i j
k nen white men were allowed
a vote. " pur candidates were a 'M r. Tom
Cummiuf cfiaj Rail and a MrTlJob Potts.
Xow for the excitement, one of the two
must suffer defeats "Tbry began to work
like beavers: The excitement ran high
for a time,. One of the candidates rode
ovor the cratk to Capl. Fly's and took
one of the voters up behind him to the
ballot-box, "a gentleman of color," and
another was sent for in another direction,
of the same dark hue, but he did hot get
to ride behind a candidate he must have
felt badly slightly, or at least slwuld be
from this time hence. Polls closod votes
counted JUr, Oiminias alias Rail elect
ed by a large majority got every "vote,
the whole number ef. Crowd
breaks up without ' 1 rftw;: Down ' the
crock they como, one at a time, by Capt.
Fly's, where, Ihe disfranchised were, who
thought they wei a Brownlowa'a melish
coming. . ; ' ;
Seriously, Mr. Editoi1,' the election of
this man Cummins lirs Rail, is a' dis
grace td the county, at least it would
have been,, in janle LeUnm times, when
white men could vote for men of their
own -color. . Ximbod.
4 -.r. r .' Peraoaal.- ' v -; fv " . ;
Wr. J.'Tj ale left Tpesday last, for the
Easl, to nwko lii? , purcliases for. the
spring trad. , .- ;
E. W. PmLrps has just returned from
XewTork, whore be purchased a large
stock of goods, to boon in a few days.
Mesirs. W. D. Buowkiso and R. H.
Harbell, two young gentleman who
have been attending the Columbia High
School, will, iu a short while, leave for
their homes, in Shreveiort, La.
Miles C. Mates' has returned from
the Inauguration. He did not "talk
horse" with Grant, as reported. .
- Jons Pickabb, who has been on a trip
South, has returned. "
Tho many friends of Messrs. W. C. Al
len and E. C Alkxakdeb, will be glad
to learn thatthf-y are fast recover in g from
their late indisposition.
; The Itt. Rev. Bishop Qcistabd preach
ed at St.' Peter's (Episcopal) Church on
tered the Holy Apostolic Rite of Con
firmation to four candidates.
Seal Estate Transfers.
J. X. Brown to John J. Stephenson, 49
acres on Greens Lick creek; (34b6.
John D. Fleming to T. G. Frierson, 10
acres; f702. ' '
James A. Fleming and wife to John D
Fleming, 10 acres, DistrL Xo. 10 ; $756.
Wm. J. Armstrong and wife to A.
Gholson, 1 acre 1 rod. District Xo. 10; 175.
W. B. Chappell to James Curry, 100
acres on Cathey's creek, $1570. '
Joseph Hargroves and wife to Robert
Whitehead, 5 acres; 8200. .
, W. J. Dale, Sr., to Mrs. Maggie M.
Dale, a acres on Free Street, gift,
R. M. and E. C. Alexander, Br io T. B.
Alexander, 15 acres, in Dist. Xo. 20; $391.
R. M. and B.C. Alexander, Sr to K. C.
Alexander, Jr., 108 acres in Dist. Xo. 20 ;
R. M. and E. C Alexander to G. W.
and A. J. Alexander, 83 acres in District
Xo. 20; $512,87,
E. C. Alexander, Jr., et al, to R. M.
Alexander, 10 acres in Dist. Xo. 15; $2750.
3. M. Maves to Win. M. Murphy, 171
acres in District Xo. 30; $6000.
Wm, Brown to John Xeoley (col) lot
in Xeapolis ; $175. ;
F. M. Vaughn to Calvin Keesee(col)
lot near Columbia; $300.
Susan C. Griffith to Samuel S Griffith,
131 acres in District Xo. 12 ; $274.
C. II. Gray to S. S. Porter, 195 acres
in District Xo. 22 ; $11000.
C C. Walters to Wm. B. Walters, 70
acres, on snow creea ; rwu.
C. C. Walters to H. H. Waiters, 60
acres in Dist. Xo. 19; $420. .
Wm. M. Shires and wife to James P.
IlarrU, 10 acres; $105.
Tom Jones to Mary B. Frienon, 100
acres In District Xo. 14; $5440.
Recarder'a t'm rl. .
John Evans, sprinkling street without
license $2,50 and cost- -t
Phoeba Moore, (col) olfensiye conduct;
J2.50 and cost. . ' ' ; . , " "
r. Andrews, drivinc throngl. Market
- Thia. A. ilrigiiuin, drunk and disor-
Irly t W antt oo&ti
Kwcll Leigh, drunk and sleeping on
tho street ; fi and cost.
Andrew Green, (col.) disorderly con
duct ; and cost. ,
. Toin Hatch, col) disorderly conduct
,50 and cost. - " ' .
Basil Moss rcol Indecent exposure
cost' - . .. . .
..Jesse EvanSj disorderly conduct; f2
and cost. . . .
- Ehtabeth 7311s, disorderly conduct
52 and cost," "' ' ' -; . '-
" Andrew Thomas, disorderly conduct;
COM. - . .
- bam Cooper,- drunk nd disorderly;
fJ and cost.' '
; W. H. Shires, fast riding; 2,50 and
X agist rate's Court. -
r -', BKFonBWat. WOOD, . r. .
Owmn vs. Geo. W. Jones. W. B.
Uordon for piaintifC , J. B. Bond tor do-
tondant. Judgment for plaintiff.
A: Tliomas vs. J. Howard, action, of
aew. J..B. Bond .for plainUff. . Judg
mem against deleudant. . :
J- M. Hunter, Adm'r. vs. A. C. Neely,
a tion of dsbt. J. B. Bond for plaintiff.
Judgment against defendant." r - -
John B. Bond vs. JohnKuminagaot at,
actiouf Jebt.. Judgment" for plaintiff.
,H T ;lnBrrty Heetiaa-.'--' -;
J The next Quarterly. Meeting at the
Methodist Church In Columbia, will be
Saturday and Sunday, March 13th and
l4th. ' . : - :- -
Monday last,- Company T 4oth U
Army, stationed at this place, were paid
off. - : -, . ;
lieavea f "
By request. Rev. J. M.P.Orr will
preach, a sermon on the abova subject.
n?xt 8undayat II o'clock, i. m.
04sBera Cioldca oaustala
. .Thejse pens are highly recommended
and should be in tho hands of every. bust'
nesataan. They: are just the Pen the
pnblio has. long needed. ' The agent,
Mr. K. R. PtntSKB, can be found at Mr.
Ktrrrtrs, Columbia, Tenn. ; rf
It is estimated that seventh-tenths of
an adult ailments proceed from a diseas
ed tad torpid liver. The biliary sccre-
tionaof the liver overflowing into the
stomach, poison-the entire system, and
exhibit the above symptom After ' a
long research, we are able to present the
most remarkable cure for, this horrid
nightmare of d iseases the world has ever
produced. Tithin one -year over six
hundred and forty thousand persons
have taken Plantation Bitters, and not
an Instance of complaint has come to
oar knowledge. . ,It is the most effectual
tonic and agreeable stimulant, soiled to
all conditions f llfo. Inquire of your
druggist in jregurd to it.
Magnolia Water Scnerior to the
tne oest imported German Colocne. and
sold at half the price.
' Hekam Omc.
Thursday, UarcnvlUh, lBB-
SEXEBAI. MARKET." '
Corroded Weekly by T. W.Keeseei Co
flfntm v . J SI " . 1 r 1 i -
Eatt side Public Square. '
SftAK tl 25 neriaaiba.
KUTTEB 30 cents per lb.
BACON hog ronnd 14 to 15K. - 1 '
BAGGING 23io90o Mr yd.
BEEF TONGUES Fresh 50s. Dried St.
CORN MEAL 7oe per bushel.
-CORN declining. .
CANDLES $0o per t"
COFFEE 3UoS0c ter aw aud advadclug. .
' CHEESE 2S to 77c,
CRIED BEEF So, litOe In store. ' '
. DRIED FRUIT Appitte 7c Peaches e..
' EGG lo to JOB per dos. - v, - ..
FRESH BEEF ate Me. - : ' "
, HIBEU- Oreeato7e, Dried O to '..
IRON TIES 10c per. . . m
"LARDaOc. Steady. -
MACKAREL No. 8 $3,75; No. 2 $3,0; Xe.
t3,a.- - - . - : 1
, MOLASSES 80c to tl 25.
' NAITJS-to6J4 perkeg. ' ' 1
' CATS from 85 to 8 per bo. '
, ON IONS 40 to 7&e per banket; no demand.
; POULTBY-Chlckens20U2jc. , ... - '
TtOPE Best Green Leaf 10c. ' "!
POTATOES Northern to 8 per barrel.
RICE best B. C 124 to 1 . r -.
. SUUA&-U to 20c, jand advancing In all
STARCH II to iSe. ' ' -.
BODA-fO to Ue. -...'..
SALT W fit per barrels .
FHOT-S3 50 per bag.
PEEDR CKrver, none in market. f
-TALLOW-. - . - -.'
WHISKEY-tl W to $3 00.
WHEAT There Is scarcely any Wheat la
market and onr millers little disposed to buy
aa tbey have almost entirety tailed to reaitce
any prom on lorwer pmcni
la this county, 8atardav last, Mrs. Sabab J.
Wood, wife ef Mr. W'nii H. Wood.
T. W. KISSES. J.C, WOOTS. J.I. cniijsKss.
,vr. KEESEE & col, ;
Successor to Ilmrris, Frienon. Jt Oo,
'. . WHOLESALE A5D BETAIL
(jEO 'C eks,
Parinjf pnrehaseJ tbe entire stnek of narrTs,
Frienon Co., we will continue to keep en
hand, at tbe eld stand, a large lot of
EEF1XED AND CRUSHED SUGARS,
Syrups, Rio, Laguira and Java Coffees, Salt,
a good supply of Wooden and Will.nr
Ware, a fine assortment o(
Or in exchange for Ctinntrr I'roduce.
We hart tbe most ample facilities fur naif
of Cotton end other Prodn ; our building be
ing almost fire-proof, ensures Uie utmost safety.
CALL AXD SES I S.
"jn.2tf T. W. KEESEE k CO.
The Partnership heretofore, exirting under the
name of Harris, 1 nereon A Co., is this day dis-
I 1 T . tl.u Inn. rnn llr.
ing. Thsakful for the very liberal patronage
brstiwed upon them, tbey beg for a continnanre
of the same to their successors, Mesers. T. W.
Keesee A Co. All persons indebted to tbe firm
of Harris, Frierson a Co, sre esrnestly request
ed to ooBie iorward and make settlement, at their
counting room. Kespecttnllr,
Jan.J1,18M. T. W. KEESEE.
L ATTOX'S MAGNETIC
r This unrivaled curative medicine. FAT-
manufactured by Da. J. O.Pattox. of Mont-
a-otnery, Ala., Is one of the most important
Medical discoveries of the axe. It is the re
ttull of years of Intense study, based upon a
tnorongn knowledge or aieae in all its va
rtons form, and the curative axent. scien-
tineally compounded, that can destroy for
ever iu poisououa en ects.
Slcease la bat
tbe natural result
of aviolal.ou (ill'
reel or Implied)
of law that Na
ture herself has
'fy and immutable.
mt i dim wno snnei ,
' I ir ...... t 1 ....... n
ees) entailed up-
aud ahee. and
t I ihAHtnnll 1. ' . .1 .. . . I. ..
plante Indigenous to this climate, made
mvailable by a eeltntiflc medical wincatkn.
can counteract euocowJully the baneful ef
fect of disease.
THE ARMY OF I2fCUIUBL.ES.
As tbey are not unfrequently termed by the
medical faculty, a:e especially invited to
call and see for themselves. When KAlJfAt
drew near the people of God, he had but lit
tle faith In, tbe remedial aveni tne aeretutei
inihaviior or uoa saw hi
t to employ, and
carlntrnri Are nob Ahan
rivers wf utmucun, uenw
u nf T . r.i ul ,nuv T Ylflt W
lie clean T" yet nevrw von.fi;,
ASI went from tiie presence of his master,
a leper whiter than snow. '
Th Pronn.Uirn or
PATTEX'S UAGXETIC PAIN DESTR0YEU
aware all who sufferfrom dbJ ha
VSSZyjiZ aSrwST f and If: t
w.LL peUt inVuifering from disease, tr is
TUJCIM OWN VAVltT-
FEMALE C0MPLAIXT3 AND IBREGCLAft-
- IIU3 '
Are removed almost InsUnt arjeonslyy this
K'niSw "friend, around
Ura. . " ,' tMm otwerve that every
. i-urcjia P'"--, " lmde.mark, eon-
..".Sl ."riment, to CorKTEa-
rail which i?.roao"v. . Acn,
Read LADLES, READ .:
, romedv now offered to you
. 11 , .m Sinful and daneerows
aebicbthfesleeon.tltutlon is sob
iSZITi whTe.era.1 eease. and re.
V. .11 ..haimetioas, froia waatevar cease if
Sir Jas. Clarke's female ms.
fr.riTr Drt street, N. Y. To
1. . . ? -..arlv an ted. It will
Harrtea waies n v" Uil
paio, fiSTba -1 li"!-. Pabnuaai.
ST.?: h-ri. hvTterics and whites, it will effect
of the baart.fcy,1"".. herme.ns have failed.
iK,V !" r -k.-all otbets are bum
S- i TiSm. old bv wincina
anaworuiiesaooniw-" R-,,vx A.,
n .-rwhere and J.HAl,Vo-
mVl V W Jmm
J - ' A Hauuleiaf Haartav- -
March, that e1s as a ew President, Is
also tbe insncnnU montt of many harrass
mg disorders. Zatangie bi its fogs are the
seeds of congholds,aadef that alternation
of frigidity and lire, nW widely known
than admired, called ler and ague. The
only way to avoid these "little nnpleasant
ness," Is to render the tyfteta strong enough
to flght off the atmospheric potelon that pro
duces them, and the bl way to' endow it
with this repellenr power Is ta.tone It with
HOSTETETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS.
If a wayfarer were, credibly informed that
a ruffian was waiting at (ha next corner, he
would doubtless turn In his tracks, and take
a saier route to his destination. nn jusi
about the same amour.t ef trouble, the at
tacks of diseases prevalrs at this veaoeo
may beevaded. Nav. the wooble will be less.
toe drug stores lie in every one's route, and
table druejrfst m the Union keeps
rtpttkkh Bin nicfi. Tne ar
ticle Is a staple of trade, and it would baas
easv la find a vrnnurr without ctuiur. as tbe
store of an apothecary without thi-popular
lAMU a.mw' - - i. ... - i ' -
- Ia ' view of the exuetlenct -of -the vatlon
with regard to the artlcle.-irtng the pace
of twentv years,-ttaemsa)rat unt eccstary
to recapitulate Its aierits K Aaiericiiu-j. But
as our population it increasing at the rate or
aeouple of millions a year, Si the natural
way and by low tl oration. It aiay be at well
to hint to tbe rising generation and new ar
rivals, (the old settlers know all sboat it.)
that H08TETETTERT3 STOMACH BIT
TERS 1b the most wholesome and potent
vegetable toalo fiver manufactured : that It in
peciDO lor aet iuiy, dyspepsia, uiiuouueso
and miasmatic fevers; tnat it prevents, as
well cures,' these complaints and their
complication)-; that K to aot "bad to take,"
and Is absolutely harmless., ...j. j ....
EXTRA SFECIAL ITOTIC'E.
Beware of Counterfeits! Smith's Tonic
Syrup . has been counterfeited, and the
conntcrfeter brought togrief.1
I 'M stnltliK Taade Svrun. $
The'geTjnine article must hare Dr. J ohn
Bull' private atamp on each botue. pf.
Joha Bull only has ths right to manu-
factur and sell the original Jbn Smith's
TonicSyrnpef LeuisvillevKy. Examine
wen the label Von oacb bottle.' ' If my
private atampte ai ni.ft-Ctfido not
purchase, or you will . be , deceived. See
my column advertisement and my show
card, r I will prosecute any one infringing
on my righU The gennineSmith" Tonic
Symp can only be prepared by myself.
The puplic's eervn.:" "
- Dr. JOrLX BULL.
' IxjnlsvHle'lCy. ' ' - ,T ' '
Jor Sale by T. B. Rains, f ' - r "
a i . v .
For, City MaUal.
We are authorized and requited to announce
E. Ii.JJCfSUOWS, asa candidate for relec
Hoa te tbe efhee ef City abraluL at the cn
io(r March lection. s Sj;. :.: '
We are authorizecl and"'reouestc4 to announce
L M. SILIVAJf ss a canfwlats f City llar
akaU at the ensuing March election. . t , . : .
' y.rw AMerstsa af Ut sra,,ij
- We are authorized and requested te annouace
WJL L. TRUITT, as a candidal for Alder
ana ia tht 1st Ward, at the enwing Marcb
election." .".'.. ,
""'''A good dwelling Louse and lot, with
comfortable stable and negro cabins,
can be rented for 1869 by applying to
' ' ' "" ' !L, Oatsian.
.'Extra fine Clocks at the Eed Store."'"
Mj. Jasis L. Ccest, City Auctioneer and
Gencnl Collector, will attend to all business en
trusted to bis care. : i ..
Guoveb d: Bake Sewing Machines,
Noodles and Thread, for aale at Mrs. E.
Josxs', South-west corner Market and
Garden streets, Columbia. Mayx,-ly
M'KINNEY & WKITOJRNE,
"LIVE DETIG STORE,"
Are stiH rcreiris; Kew Goodj, pure fresh
DRUCS AND CHEPmICALS,
And the most beaut ful
wm T n- in a i jj ai'.aniq a at
Ever befirj o&jti.
A thinir ever cs'leJ fT can beVfuucd iu tais
nifct compiew biu wmwb,-.
. i . j -. -
FOR THE LADIES
We hare sny bcsuUtui artie.es oi bosps.
Combs, Cosmeucs, Weir oils,, romauos, run
Boxer, loottt urusucs, .
brushes, Ac. . - . .
FOR THE SICK ,
We have not only the best stnet ot purest mca
cmes, but wc have the best of
Wines, Brandies, Whiskeys,
CIn. Rum, Alcohol, etc.,
And wbeu tbe sick mn is well we can complete
bis comfort by cffjnng him a
Fine Ciqar, or ths Best Tobacco,
SMOKING OB CHEWTXG.
We hare all tbe
WW a rare for onnmpao" w w
for Chicken Cholera, Ac.
Weoffor s fine lot of ,
With tbe Hinge or Coxet Bsraers, and fiood,
qaff LAMP: OILS;
aaf m aaa
' ' To tTie "
nr rvT : D I ITTPD t
HI lliULlV UI Aillitlljlb
We an sell anythini: tbey need at the
Lowest Prices !
1 - Vlii
ttPBESf RIPTIP BEMRTjiEST M
I . ... .....
m our closest atteaiios au4 will be at
tended t oay or .a
rjr-Oar prccs, in every department are the
oweattn towo.j ' - .
fir. Andrew. J. : Whitthorne.
r.nr..,. t.h prnfjssiouU jicjjis-tiu citiiein.
AVAliJU 1 Al'iiH.
Windom Shades, Sevt, jroUais, Cc
AtW H. EKGLE'3r 1
- VrTT MaBHEI STKEi t, . ,,.-,
' .:' COLUMBI A.tEJy.
XlLFOIlD & STOVTEBS;';
We sre prepared to do all kinds of w j j connec
ted with our Dusmcsa, we sio soep
LIME AND LATIIS FOR SALE.
Mortar vard next ocr to Lavish A Buyd's
X. B. Particular atleutioa paid to plastering
and repairing ctytero. . v
Hacker, wethe'eill 4 co.','-
- WO. W5 MAlttE HTHtET, 'I
: Philadelphia"- la.
Importers, Growsrs' ai Dealers io j1;'
tJAKDO, FIELD AND PL0WES
Would invite the attention of the peouIe'V the
potith to tlieir large sim opmptete assortinect or
..r. r. r. ... , . I V T 1 V f i I A L'l
f KEiOil aua Utt-ll',w wcu uu cuinci
Seeds. For a list of tliese send tor their " Cal
endar and Seed Msnoal, " coiitaining a complete
list of all the varieties, besides aiach sseful in
formation o Chrrrtom. "
HACKEB, WETHERILL& CtK,
, . Xo. 80 i. Market fhreet,, iluladelphiat Pa.
. January Z, .ow.w
Dr. John Bull's Great Remedies.
BE. JOHN BULL,
--jT j '; i Z',
' , '..it. j :, at 'a!a7j.j
UaoafaeUirer and.,Veodes ot.. the eelebrated
: -1. r- .-.J i.'lw w-.k'?. f-."-im
i" j-.i r.:-, ,-?? i-'.-ti I -.Taltier'fi 1.', -
Smiths ' Tonic Syrip,
r-t-c : J
FOR THB-CCBB OF
t i '-HI V3
3 .' '-V ' f?'"Tiii.',if
AQU E A N'B" l V ; -
: i '"7-,Tj ';. - '-iTT ';i! Vjii 3
- 1 1 i ,r6 fr.-'i lu -;-t:!
.IW-; Ir.j tsfa T1"-
X'-ZS I In '' I i'.t 'T v,''
y OR CHILLS ASD rEyBIW,.Vi
'fl ' "' r:r r: .?! ;is x J .w.!!
The btoonetor of this celebrated raeiteine
rastty elsims for it a scperiorKT over all reme
dies erer offered hevubliefor the safe, ccr.
Uin, sptedy and psnnacent cure o. "I-'"-"-FeworCUilU
sod Fever, whether . $?
Wstaodinjr. He refers to Ihe entire Western
rTTa..iuJi wxtrr to bear bint teshmo-
nv to the trrrth of the eSserbee,
wbsterer w.11 H fail to core, tf the t6V
strictly followed and camsd msuU-: to - a, (Treat
many cases a single doee t.s been ..ihci.nt to
Scure?7.d woof. famili have been cured by a
n4. ft mint
the disease has bees heee-, more Wf'j
drfficnlt and toajrstand.ne wasea.1 baoaUy, Abn
medictne wilt not require any ! ep toe
bowels ia sood older; Aould the patient, how-m-r.
Muure a eatharuc medicine, after b a vine
t.v.Q three or tour aoeca oi inq i-iui
dotcfBCLivS yjtgEtABLE FAMILY PfLie
will be sufScient. ' ' ' ' ' 7 ' '
DR. J0H5 BrXL'S Prlnelpei Officer-
tafcru three or four doses of the Tr
' Nr; Fifth, Cross btrret.
n- h.i-'s-.-F'iiji.r t7i C
WORM DESTROYER. ;
e 3s I ir
iy" i-i vjset ;,urs; in
m'-iffl '.tf:- ' 'I'MM f - .-
To my United States-and AVorki wide
- :- .ti. ij- Iiecuicr,-- i to ".
.-. . - ' ) " M wV''jl
v a.. I :-.: i -- . c . J s.t: nr :
.V , .' f .
I have reeeired many tesamenials from &.
fessional and medical men, as my almanacs aod
varioas pubiK'Stioos have shown, all of whif kare
frcnuine. The following from a hviuy eancatea
and pfipiUar uJ.ysiclan m Georjria, fs ccrtettfly
one of the most" sensible communications I hare
ever received. Dr. I lament knows txaettywbat
be speaks of, and his testimony deserves to be
written ia letters til cnUl. - Hear. win t tbe 'Dr.
sejsof BL'LU'B WORil DESTKOYEE.:, ,
i ' ViiLaiiOW, Waiiua Cocsv, iAl
. v-,, - Jane loaii., t x
Da. Joas Brn Der Sir:. I fcaTb-.rtseeatly
(riTej your " Worm Bustnver" several UioU,
and find it wonderfully. fctBoaclous.- It has set
f.iilcd in a sinjlc inwuice to have tte wisiied-for
effect. ! am du?nr pretty !nr cmtntry prac
tice, acd hare daily ue lor fane sirticte tf tbe
kind. I am tree to eonftwe tint I ksow" of no
rom-dy reoAKDienilea bt tbe nblet authors that
fi so certain sm cwtrdy ni its enoisTVa -Mie
Omtrar.T Uiey are unueruis l i the itrili. , ilj
OMject n uni ng you is tn auil. uut uuuu Bust
terms I eau set tile medicine directly from you.
If I can g"tii upon easy terms, I slmlt us' a
jjreat deal t it. I am aware tnat tne ne oi
such articles i5 crntrrT to the teaching and
Sraetieeof a rreat majority of the re pilar line el
I. U.', but I see no jusr cause or good seaseia
discarding a remedy which we know to be effi
cient, simply because we may be ignorant of its
combiuation. For my part, I shall make it a
rule te use all and any meacs to aUev'atc suCej
ing lurr aniiy which I may be able to command
nt hesitating beeane some one more ingen
ious than mye!f may have learned its elloeH
6rst, and securvd tbe sole nht te secure that
knowledge. However. I am by ae mearuaa ad.
vacate or supporter of tl:etriouidsof wuruuiies
oatrams UK?i4. JHLPOiWXrv. llai pvr Wi
is bcir. I'U'ase reply soon n4 inform me of jour
best terms. I am. iir.most repectrnI!T,
JLLll S P CLKMENT, M.D
ii i - n i a. i i 1 la.
A GOOD REASON FOR THE
... TAIL'S FAITH. ,
Rcad the CApUia's Letrcr and the Loiter from
bis mother: . . . -;- ' ' :
Benton Barrjcks, Mo., April oO, 15$, -n.
Jnn Uni t. Dear Bir: Knowinct'utf ef-
ISmiv nf vour SarsADorilU. and the heahiir and
beneiieial" qualities it possesses I sead ?a"the
following statement oi my case. .....
I was wounded about two years agowas ta
ken prisoner nnd confined for sixteen umntbs.
Bcinpr moved so often, my wounds have not heal
ed vet. I have not sat n'p a roomeot since I was
wounded. I am shot through the hips.- Vj
general health ia impaired, 1 need something to
Kiat nature. 1 bave Bwir fiiitb in ymr iiaraa-
n.piltn :Knn In anvthinir
clse. I wu-a uuu
that is genuine. I'lcaso eiprcs me jiaii iiwi
Cart. C. lv. Jonxso. ?t. LtrjIS.
"p, S' tliefoUowih was written April SO,
l5,by Sirs. Jenmu Johnson, mother. m vaiu
Johnaon: ' ' ' ' J " " ' '
Da John Bull Dear Sir : My bmbjnd, Dr.
C. 6. -ohmim. was s f ki 11 till snrgeoa and patri
cian in csntnil Sew York, where he died leaving
ttm above C. li JoUntiuatnaiv carc-Attfairteeo
wars of age bi bad a cUtunio diarrhea wd
3 i . r 1 t. T ... . o :n
scroiuia.ior uieu a ni y vw ci'nt
IrCCBSOUlM. I have fur ten years rcenmrr.tnd
ed it to many id Kew York, Ohio. sn' Iowa, for
Mnfuia. fvep sores, and ffeneral debilify. Per-
fttanecessuasattenfteau. n curse crow
.mm f armfnla and fyei.aM
almost miraculous. 1 am very ansinas for my
son toaaain havd retourse to jourara"iri-
r .. ." . ..: ....r..,,,a arriri-'
Ueisteanui oi rbhiuh - ;r,"""","'"r
1 - 1. ;. wrtfinr
tn vou for it. Hu wounds
terrible, but l oertve ne wm m i.
Oedron: ' 33ittors;
i . ' ' ' "' ' :
ARKANSAS; HEARD W??3f
Ttlmouy ot Medical JXcun t
StoseT Point, Whito Co, Ark., May 23,t
t - nr-i rrwir:iir: Last Kchroiirv I
. . -ii' ..k.MTur rfmira. ;and- t mt
was m U)!SvunT ..umi. -- .-
some efvour d.urpar.!l .aua V-ron tem
1T htHB-W, eea-w" -
mencedon the Bitten, ana soon jvuua.uii ge
II 1 r K i-n rirnv,",!. . .
ueull uu vt te . .
.' . . - L : k.a kwW .
Dr. wst. wno nas ..
Uiem, and be also improved. -
t- ri who Jias -tiecn In bad health
Several vcar--awseli nd Kver affi-etfe- 1-rhe
I nHnw-r1 raiT niUCIl "1 irniw
Inaeol the Cedroa .lliucr-fca fijrea yoagrrat
i.;, in Hit sJtlcirint.. . I think -1, otild
Lit nrre tftiiint tviit yror niedieines ;tl:i fall
esneciallv-ynnr Ce.lren Hitters and Pa-npflril
!a' 8hir me vir Jfemptiia. rate et rvekett
L, Bespectfully, - r .'
Prepared by Dr. oh Ben at bis Latnram?,'
Fifth street, Loate' iTl '. Ky. " .
For sale by T. B. RAISS, DrngRut, scat door
fOeJ VnlCVQiUUlO' ituu- . , ,
with perlect resioratu.u v.
t, - i iMiHent." ana in
wrtsinro cur,iriw . -y"
! - tt
THE COtl'MBIA .; .. - t .
f.-4T .-. :;if N A,;.;f . ;
a sr coKSTiirriT ps aaw
Boolnr ri : '
K A S t,V 1,1 E i J CES
5CJft vt- . y ' '. . i- :'. if
i a.l a : :' w ' 'rt"i c.
s.They are always . prepared to furnish -
' 'A TXACHEKS' AID PITpilJi ,V;
With any n amber of jsm-t ! . r',".'i &
" ri iargs AXvVxti csbsBs ystrsTf or
H 1 1 C I L IA VI V D a
i'octry. ' - :
. ... .. . JBIoa-raphtas,
i- . tr I j AadCalldres's Beaka,
S T -A. TIONE U. Y9
:T 1 ' ji '" v ! -. . ,
ParfiHi, :'; papeb,
V BOOKS AS SX.ATES. X
VBITiyfi DESKS, ' i'- ..t
' AlB SfHOOL SAtrnXES.
" r-K- WINDOW fiHADES.
TTOTS, af Every Klnet.: ' ' .
Everything haVbaen bought low and offer.!
j-.-- ' at the
Very smallest figures known to the trade
- 1 J 1 J.' '. ' : i ' f: '
:a ?it fi? ;..:;. t. . i .. 1j 17 .
Can buy books' at tie Columbia Book Store
. as a'rJaSaaoheaa.astbeyaala J
Aaanvtl' e EaatsvlUe, or C'nelaaatl
to int "fit Tt "
I ?t.d .pfieit?: . n.'i
Ana- KafiMfa.etlm aatrmiiteeI.
vs t-c It's
I'rt. Z"in Vi'i Lit
i l. a
nil I cm ,t;: of
j &wvt4 t,i'..t. ..-:A? xbc 7
,U LA lilSl
rt"i a '. ,
C AS H.H 0 U S E
Tf'tJtortA Side Public Square,
COLUMBIA, - - - .
Have jnst -eeerrea" asjuerrcers stok of
FAIL 'WINTER GOODS,
; coaeisTiN op
Boots.; and Shoes,
..-: HATS AXD CAPS, fce.
Will (rive Great Barjriins to all who are in
need tit anything in rwr line.
Caroe.wad examine ynnrseives, as it Is
no trouble far as te show piicds. '
Thaaiung our- en-amer fur pest fav.vs, we
shall endeavjus to satisfy all, io rujrard to -
.-T , r STYLE AND PRICES'.
Tfilt Sohlslsest to j.lejise'his frichda.
.. 'J., Respectfully, ; .
wholesale; & retail
f-'yr' to H : ' '
m a n o
"'" "" r"-' -: Iaxd ' ' . ''
K - .
: COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
,j -.- .14 f s." . '
TrEKP C0SSTAXTLV OX BAUD ALL
i j ii . .e.:" -
Jd-d .'-r- - -
'ml J f "iw" '
LJtA TlpXS CPJPLJES.
r - -.-r V- t l"T -ITT
Ik re juat reatied a .
litaw aod 6:ie stock of
N a SUGAR AND ilOLASSltS,
n-t;-1 i i' (Of ail grataa,) : .. ;j
' ''' SYttCP,1 Jc' '' ".."
... rr.., CAROLINA RICE,
tit . .'V- -
,? r t- 2 ; MESSTORK,
- r; -' ;.i -.' ! - : .
Lard,, Flour, Heal, .Candles,
COAL. OIL, - .
FIELD AND CARDEN SEEDS
"'.' aa...it i '' s i -. :
'? 1'-' ri ;Aad all kmds.f ' , ' .-!
c 'j-' ,t,"tr.-K-t .- ?! ' . t
:-! tl- ' . -
V. -.t.' S"a Pf sue 3jra, .
pllLUMRIA, 'TENNESSEE. ' '
- r- 4 : ' iK ' f
4mO'i:' atarjlrV W
"aaafc tm- aaail
: ii r ' Uu ..t er...' i,; .
...... -'-1 tr.-. ; T:
-" '" ' '" - ,
I. W; PHILIPS,
' a '
Warta-Weat Side Pablle Square,.
I am now in teeeipt at wy
Everything ; New
In the way of
i ,";1i1- A-lm
- s C-
.ii - '-!-.1 I''
...! ( T : -
B0QTS.; SHOES. ?Uf.
HATS, HOSlERYt GLOYtS,Ete. Etc.
A spicDdiil stock, ef : "j
READY - MADE ' CL0TH1M3 !
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. W.- A. BOBlaSijX.
R. A. ROBINSON & CO.,
. XO. 149 Hala Stri, 1.
' Oct 54, 1333-nm. ' c
c. a. riaxis. w. H. ramus.
Still in ' tiie Field !
C. A. & W. H. FARMS & CO.,
WE weald respectfully inform our friends
and patrons that we are still prepared to
do all work in our pne, with
n .i tt
uarnaire aim namuss
S HO P a
On'Soutb Man Street, near the Baiiroed.
Persons wanting Buggies aod Harnera work dene
will ret a bargain b; giving us a call as we never
fail to please in work or prices, wmcn are lew u
suit tbe times.
We Borra;i all our work to Sand.
We are still prepared to manufacture Mattres-
es'and do all
kincs or tpboistering at short
As money is scarce, ia order ta itso the b-M
rollinr (atid-bugirles too) we will take all kinds of
rToduce m exenanire lor work.
DO GIVE US A CALL., .
Our paintioe is done by RonzT Caoid, on t f
the best Painters in the Mate. .
THE . ,
PEALia IS . .
IXR,Y - GOODS,
HATS, EDOTS A1VTJ SHOES,
A.VB WTU SELL
IS CUEA" IS TI2E CIIE1PEST !
Short Profits J"
A. u 1 Quick Sales!
CALL AND SEE MEm53 .
At the Corner ef North Main St. 1 Pub. ?qor.
., Old stand of Thos. J. Kelloj.
March 1J 19A5.T1 " ' v ' .
IPlants lor Sxile.
10,0t)0 Vrilsosra a'aHv, ' ; . ' f 1-er X 00
lu.000 Kaurtaay. - p-r- WOO
Lawww aaii Corcheater. . , li wrlOOt)
'rr " -? RASPBERRIES.
PbHadelphia, $10 per 10-). T3 per 1W
Prcser, 1 pv di. ai'iOprlW; -TjOprlOs"
LaviMa autwwaa. per raw. - mo tt iwaj
Uoerfita e Imoioved. S3 tier le. BiunerlvKH
Clarka, por lu. pmm lou
STRAWBERRY Plants at lowest prices.
Concord (irape Vim-s, also
. EARLY ROSEPOTA TOES. '
By mail, 4 lbs2. 1 peck , 1 bn $15; 1 UJ 10
All warranted true to name and packed free
of charge LIAVARD REKV K.
laurJti,3ui iicatoro. ft. J.
Columbia Xuim rif s !
jr. S. EAIXEY, Proprietor.
OFFERS f r sale a superior lot ef Fruit
Trees, HOME GROWX, selected with great
care by the proprietors, with special relerenee
to their adaptation to this and Southern localities.
Apple Trees, according to age A tize,U0,35 ct
Puach Trees, none but best. iiet.
Pears, dwarf and standard, 50 ct.
Plant Trees, the famous Wi!dgwe. 20 10 50 ct
Uoeaeberries, Honphtor, sever mildc-a-j,
perdoeea, J t!,0.
Baepherrica- Purple cane, UoelrUka
improved, Davidson's .lbcroles,
'. I Clark. PuilatLilpliia. taroaiesa, Kv- '
. erbearing . i feto&ict,
Strawberries Jacantla, Agnrultarut, . ,
- Downer, Wi' son's Albany, Pwwn- , .
' ing'a Proline, per 10. - il to 55
Grapes., Ivea. Cneeerd, Scnnpemors. Met.
Asparagus per 10U, fl.tO.
Ruevs, a bauiiaioeeriUectioaol bet, 50 et.
Dab!iaa-lbe best, ill eta. ner rant in nets 2je.
Everreans, Several bandred from 6 iuH.es to
3 feci hjgh, all handsome suitab e fur Cents -
iicn. anunzmcm are prt:ce, iuni uaami
Tl hitw Pines; pir, Jnarpera, Vr-ws,A tnericao.
Dwarf lfouthaadaeathlearedAtbvitw. So..
ka Sound U) preaa. Tree Mi Tr il ta 2,yi.
And samqerof other tbm ja-asua'lv foaod
iaur8erlea . , .
I y0'aigi11 Kur1'r,u', Miea aa a partner.
N I K..7i " 10 0. "A Pom.
T'"'"'",T avvmiaaraMcia.il W.nnniPkil-
ttv over ana i in m.n . : i .... . -
Gideon Polk Johnson, iaedlg XoV lSia? all
d..bts contracted by him he atone k raScaalbJ.
ror, and all business- arranmnw.
stake will be legal), btdinir m rir, -
Jas. 1, t&Ui. RiCHaRDJOmtssnf
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DP UG -STORE !
TITCCM3 & WILLIAMS,
Pure Drugs and Chemicals
I'IIVTS and OILS,
fLandreth's Fresh Garden Seed,
We keeneonstantlv baud a fcll ennnlvof.
all articles asaally kaptma first clae Drugstore.
Carefully put Bp at all boars of tb day a.
TTTCOilB A wuXIAMa.
QOLtJiniA MALE HCHMI '
. 1 W. J. MARTdTTa. M., ParscrrAt.
Ailed by Tkorotghlv Ctrapeteat Tsaehen.
Kedactlwa af Te
The next session of this School wrM be spa
September 7th, 1SH8, and will be rbltowed, with
out interruption, by the second erssioa ef tba
While determined to maintain the same hich
standard of instruction aa beretnf. ire, we have
concluded to reduce our prices far the - resent,
in :eference to the extreme flnnnoial preaanre
in the Southern States.
Boys are prepared for Collese, or for the ac
tive duties of life. Particular attention paid to
tbe Primary Department. A good fotooatiox
is indispensable to a good education. It is be
lieved that no School in the South offers strong
inducement to boys aiming at TBoaocaa acaot
AKsair. Tebss Per session of lira awntas, pay
ableqoarterlv in advance:
Primary Department 20 00 to $30 00
Advanced English 8i 0
Ancieotand .Modorn f.angnagea, - .
each, ( extra . . . "
Board, Inc'utrrnjj Boom-rent,
fnel and lijrhts, per month, tig 90 to $20 00
Send for Catalogue.
THE FIEST ARRIVAL OF
FALL GOODS. .
Everytliiiig at Half Price !
1. jr. WaUcer S Co.
- ' COLUMBIA, TE2TN". "
HATS reeeirea and are receiring daily at
t" A-uction Store,
from the well koowa bosses f H- R Claffia A Co,
Xew York, and of Boker Brothers, Philadel
pbtt, a large aasorimeat of Dry Goods, suited
FALL AND WINTER TRADE, '
Which most be sold if tbey bring but -
Their Coeds are fresh sad attractive, eanaut-
uyr of everything substantial aod needed bv beads
offaaiilies. The- ladiea. will, b particularly
leased with tbia assortment. pcciaiaUeaUoa
sacked to oor
' , , BOOTS AII SHOES.
Which will be sold nnn-eeedeatly fcv at a ac
tion or retailed at auction prices. Come at once
or you mar be Too Late.
Sept. 5. '
J. B. WGODSUJE CO.,
No. 70 GMege Street, Nashville, ' .
ItAILIi OA D WAEE1I0 USE,
At Columbia, Tenn.
Cotton, Corn, Feathers,
And all Articles of Tennessee Prodac
AU srders will have our personal sUCt-joi
- samplinff and ellin"- . ji
Br cipaiMEM.ur.V,J Bf0W3r
Assisted by Accom,liai Hf Ma-.poba.
W. -iiv inform the people of
hS?tiTL?S Cunty, ant the traval
" sti PPred
.tvl "i 5 KFJKaad one door above the Ne
lr. H ouU propose to 8bave,Cut Hair, Dye
Hair a;ii iiinpoon with neatness and dpatch
fjlm io Ui nMt taU laaola mannar.
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SO LOXG ADR0V..,T
H. EDS. .
OtTors attractions equal toCir 4 ,
Tennessee. Ample rooms, la. HoW ,n
waiters, and aUble supplied wiu"" a'te"1'
and delicacy that can be procured7. ,aauT
kets. Travellers will find their eve.08 "n'r"
tentively snpphed. Guests of rh
araased in time for all trains, and anppija r"
meals at all hours of tbe day or night.!"1
pecial attention is given to the comfort au
comodation of the patrons of tbe various eT"
schools. Kov. 2i. 6m-
aeu: a iuii corps ot inulili.
. I . . . .. . " " ' lad ktlMMiw.
Lawrence Iron Works Co.,
UaauCictorers of all kinds of
Bar, Band aod Hoop Iron aid
and deaiers in
Axles and Springs, Xuta aod Washers. Cast.
Blister snd German Steel, Horse Shoe. d
Horse Shoe ails. Bellows and Anvil, etr
Warehouse 113 Main St., between Third and
ronrth Lonmville. Ky. oetl5-lv
It E 31 1 NGTO IV'S
Said jr tac Trad CamHy.
A Liberal discount to dialers.
2W00O Furnished the r.S.tioitramaf.
Arm v.Xavy, Belt. Pol ice and Pocket Bsvolv
Bas. RcpeatiiK. and Vest Pocket l'lsvo.. ur
In? MeUllic Cartridge. Breech-loadinK nd
Revolving R:Ses, and Ki(!e Canes.
E.RtMlXGTO.X 4 SO
Ma-wtl.'. Ilio, New York.
NEW FALL STOCK !
JIST received a large arvl tlegant variety t
DRY - GOODS!
HntM, nhuwls, Aco...
Ouratock ia nnnsuaPir lunre a:id artniiti
E.-pecial attention ts nl'cd lo Lm,l., Gents"
and Misses' Woolea lter-are, of every il.
eeriplioD. Doable snd Sing'e tbawK, at aav
pnee. vk ass ana r urs, lansst styles.
We have aUo ca band a nice assortment af
TRIMMED 'HATS d BONNETS
VARIETY OP DRESS TREOIXGS
JfaU kiads, at prices lowtrthatba lowest.
Abo. a large line ' of CASSIMERE3, and
Gents' FaroiaLiDX Goods.
Lower than ever ia prices.
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Together with a larre line of Fancy and Stay la
Goods, which wj will sell t gricoa to suit tbe
! TV. J. DALE & SOX3,
I tk-tnber I ft, lW. - - '
RECTIFIER AND DJSTILLER.
FINE ROBERTSON COUNTY
. BOURBON AND RECTIITED
W II ISKIES.
Keep e listen: y on hand, a large -k ef
abive lii'iifcirs ia bond and fie, wta w;li t
as lo,"w! mrkrt
T OB rP',t,on rt
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Saath Market at-.
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