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For Representative Miiiwy Cowiiv,
WILLIAM li. WILSON.
F.i-Preltlf nl Johnson.
A ptr niiiiouiiwmciil, Ex-President
Johnson made a iieecli in the Ath
(n:vun Grove on Thursday, I5tli int.
Nut being iiresvut and having no rc
iiorterou the gnMiiHl- we are uiwMe
to give ottr reader even a &yiio,M of
tlic speech, which we are informed, by
those who listened to it, was a repeti
tion of bis talk made at other places
since hi retirement to private life.
The event called together a large crowd
from the country, who listened with
interest and marked attention to the
clofiuent sneaker. Mr. J. looks hale
and bcartv and from appearances hid
fair to take au active interest in politics
for years yet, notwithstanding he stat
ed on Thursday that his imlitionl life
was at an end.
It is aid that the Radicals here will
have on their tickets with Storks, J.
B. FR'ERSox for Senator, Jure Gil
mek for Representative, and Tiios. A
Harris, probably, for Floater. We
linvo fir Senator Jesse EasoN. of
Hickman : for Representative, W. B.
Wilson; For Floater, W. O'N. Per
kins, of Williamson and Wm. Wood,
of Maury. Of the two candidates for
the latter office, we 'know Mr. Wood
better than we do Mr. Teiskixs. Sev
eral correspondents have iken in
high terms of him through our col
umns, and a friend recently requested
us to say that the county could not
well dispense with the -ervices of Mr.
W. as Magistrate, Coroner, Attorney,
leading member or the County Court,
and as an energetic, enterprising man,
that Mr. Wood is a man possessing too
mauy diversifie 1 talents to lie lost even
for a short season, to the county. We
regret that two eon-ervativecaiulidates
t-hould lie in the field for the same of
fice, and hope that the weakest will
yet withdraw, which we are sure he
would do, if he could lie convinced of
tiilUrt Carletoii Walker, tys the
Xcw York World, who was-o triumph
antly elected Governor of the Old Do
minion, is a native of liinghamtoii, in
that State, and is thirty-seven years of
age. He was educated at Hamilton
College, Clinton, New York, at which
Institution he graduated with honor in
lS-4. Adopting the law as his profes
sion, he practised awhile at Owego,
Tioga county. Meanwhile, he took
.oine Interest and port In polities, ear
nestly espouio the iVmocratie faith.
fie was frequently nent as delegate to
democrat ie State Conventions, and was
a leader among the young Democracy.
Not content with country practice, Mr,
Walker removed to Chics int. huns out
lib shiugle, and soon acquired a large
and lucrative I msiiiess in his profess
In jwi a- the war was closing,
Mr. Walker took up his abode in Nor
folk. Virginia, and in a sho;t time
liecanie largely identified with the
commercial interest of his adopteil
He was elected President of the
Exchange National Ikuik, a position he
still holtls. Iist year he went to Livw
ornnol as a renresentative of the
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commercial men of Norfolk, kwith a
view oT furthering their interests by
way of direct tnule. While ahnmd
Mr Walker visitetlConsUrlitinopleand
other portions of the far East.
fa the election for members of the
Constitutional Convention of irginia,
Mn W., then a recent resident of the
State, was nclcctcd as the Conservative
candidate for the Norfolk District, but,
by the aid of the iron-clad oaths and
Federal bayonets, his opponent.
well known negro, Dr. Hay ne, was
clecletL Mr. Walker has always I wen
a Democrat of thecoiiscrvativ'c M-hool-In
phisiqtie he is of large frame, an inch
or two over six feet In height, has a
iiiercing black eye, ami is called the
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Iminttoiitest man in irginia.
wlwi know him U-st atlribute
rare executive ability.
Alllrtr in HoIMom Rhrr.
. Abtait two years ago Wm. H. Turley
KqM McMillan's Station, Knox coun
ty, reeieved by express from New Or
leans, a young alligator. Not having
the time r inclination to take the
proper care of it, he threw it into the
Holston river. On Tuesday last, ays
ihcKnoxville l'res and Herald, two
r4iiall boy were sniiniiiilug In the riv
er about halt a mile aUive Knoxvllle,
when tliey uddenly imticela ieroi-ious
looking serjieiit awiftly swiuiniing
toward- them. Fortunately the lsys
were near the bank, and they had the
presence tf mind sutllcieiit toieach tlie
ltore, from which tliey tlel without a
moiiKMit's lo?s of time, and with reck
less iiidiHi-rence to I he fate of their
clothes. Reaching home oy ijifornwd
llieir father of e fright lin y li le-
X4VeU. ine om s .......... ,
- I .1... !. i. tlthfi I:.l. Ihullil.l.rl
J11CU luc - n i
i.laoe. and llicre was (puni
kVvinir the huge proportion" of a full
KvSt alligator, lazily trx'tljcr.,rt.t in
!mIwiVw of the river. r. v
It is reirtts( that upon Uh return ..f
ioventor elect Valkcrr ;f irgji,ia.
tun New York, he will visit tiK.
White Sulphur Spring, where It U
-iil, lie will meet iy : Hang in ue, lU long aner it opens
tHtmlfr of the most provident men f , Iht, (lryj,ig wltMjt( f ii. fHu 0f iheyear
S'l- the opening boll , rapidly
intercut to tlie ta?. 1 1 i positively ' and x. wide tliat the cotton eooidropa
lisloyal t txiyil LilV' iAX' ' 1 '""v hence it must he. pivkedout at
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Wkt 914 C'ltiiCH t Etirjr C'tivtf
TklBki T Tela
Near McKinney, Collin .
County, Texas, June 21.
EniTOR Cowmbia Heilvld Dear
S'r: Once again, 1 ask for column in
your very interesting paper, promising,
in future, not to trouble you tiftener
than once a year; and yoU inay expect
to hear from me at this season of the
year, as it is the most suitable time to
give information to those desiring to
emigrate, in reference to prospects, etc- i
I probably deviate somewhat from
tlie custom of correspondents,. t least
from those of a political caste,. In. writ
ing over my real signature, yet it is my :
preference to do so, as I wish to lie re
nienibered by the good peojile of your j
cramty, tor whom I ebtrish the strong
est ties-of love , that twine about the
liuniau heart. And wlien I call to
memory tlie scenes and associations of
youth, 'nd many pleasant houi 8
spent about the presides of - your
citizens and about my own hum
ble hearthstone, six miles south of Co
lumbia, I can but feel a strong inclina
tion to lie remembered by your readers,
at least once a year. Iu years past we
met and fought our political battles, as
Whig and Democrats, yet we loved
and esteemed each other, and after tlie
battle was over we met as brothers.
But, by way of digression, we cannot
forliear to remark, how changed is th
scene now ! such cannot be our feelings
towards our political opponents of to
day; when we think of the class of men
now arrayed against us, we feel that
our situation and indignation are quite
similar to the man's M ho, when lying
dowu upon, the grass got run over by
an ill-mannered goat, and on being
thus unceremoniously aroused from hi
slumlieis exclaimed, that, "bad he Iteen
trodden under loot by the stately bull
or noble horse, he could have endured
it, but to be run over by a d goat,
was lieyond the forbearance of human
nature." But let us desist from pre
liminaries, particularly of a political
About the first of February the
Spring raius set in and continued al
most or quite through March, rendering
the roads practically impassable, and
obstructing the progress of farming op
erations, and to a considerable extent
hindering the trade of the country.
April opened up with fine weather,
which ins-,!reu the tanners with cour-
agc-and energy, and notwithstanding
we were visited by another freshet, by
the last of tlie month the crop was
planted and trade had in a great meas
But kind reader, if you would see our
beautiful country iu its rich array, just
take a walk witli me for one half mile
west, which will bring us upon one of
the most prominent elevations of the
surrounding country. Let us state
first, by way of description, that our
prairies rise into table lands or ridges
searated from each other by ravines
of various sizes, thickly set with small
brush timlier. From the elevation
upon which we stand, looking north
east, you see the green forest covering
the "Fast Fork" of Trinity River, and
Houcy Creek Bottoms, which presents
a dense foliage of richest green; looking
south ami west y Jtir eyes restupou the
finest prairies, a portion of which is
covered wilh farms; you see numerous
busy herds of cattle and horses, while
tlas silence Is broken by the steady
clink of bells; two miles off you oebold
the forest that covers Wilson Creek
Bottom, beyond which rises mauy and
extensive prairies, carpeted, hi living
green, and iu the distance you lose
sight of the" fences that enclose farms
and fields, and you are unable to d:s
liiigiiibh between the field of wheat
and the equally lieautiful aud green
prairie. Here nature In all its purity
and beauty presents to the reflecting
mind scenes far sui)erior to those of
ail lieautiful and wonderful objects,
compared to which, the towering
dome, the massive and stately column,
and marble statue, sink into compara
tive iushjnificauce. Perhaps you have
tood upon the banks of the Niagara,
and seen it "heave its mighty contents
into the abyss lielow," or, in your im
agination, stood on Mt. Vesuvius, and
seen it "roll its flood of liquid fire forth,"
and thus behold some of the grandest
freak of nature such as inspire the
mind with a;feel in g of terror,bu t i n beau
ty they bear no comparison to these
delightful prairies; the beautiful scene
ry lielow is covered by the great blue
sky atjove, and while you gaze forth
you inhale the pure southern breeze
from the gulf. "Though every pros
lect please, and man only is vile."
As a cotton country, this is superior;
firstly, liecause, the soil will not tire
from continued cultivation, as iu Teu-ne-see,
Georgia, Alabama, Mississisip
pi. Secondly, there being no moisture
in the atmosphere, tlie boll worm is
not so apt to injure tlie crop as in Mis
sissippi and Louisinua. Thirdly, it can
be cultivated here by white labor.
Fourthly, from the New York quota
tions, it will be seen that Texas cotton,
of all grades went over the Mobile and
Memphis markets, aud in the Jeffer
son and Bryant markets of our State
the staple of the black waxy lands has
tnkeu the lead.
By the first of June, we hear the
constant click ofjthe Kentucky Har
vester and McConnico Reaper, as they
fell the rich harvest of wheat, oats and
barley. In Northwestern Tcxa all
our grain is cut by machinery, our
country, hi this resjiect, being a well
advanced as any other portion of the
United States. By tlw middle of June
we hear the still heavier sound of the
KiMlless-Chaiii Thresher, with the fan
and separator attached, delivcringcleaii
grain. S t It Is all things go on merri
ly, lieuutifully and busily. But I must
not dwell too long on the scenery of tiie
country,". lest I weary your patience
with the unsubstantial.
Tlie wheat crop of this year lias done
well, coiiskleiiug all things, The great
amount 'of rain that lias fallen during
the year bus been quite unfavoraNe to
an nlaiiulaut yield; It ha made an av
eraguof fifteen bushels per acre. The
amount will itot soppby ibe home de
mand. Our oat are vey god. The
corn crop will lie-equal to any hereto
fore raised in the country."' . The cut ion
, was rather sfow in growth during tlie
)f tip ow
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i-cs a h'fn yleUJ, T'fP not ?ss
than four times the amouot.fif Aitloi
growing, iu Collin county,- that was
cultivated during tlie past year, aud if
it in t the vield that It nw tironi-
Xlses, It , will muire on a safe ealcula-
f .- i
ai at ieai iweive iuiuirt more
miS to gather It than the county can j
afford. Cotton in this county doe not
pnee,;?tdck:of L kinds ! 123;
ana are steajily tenuing upwards to
To let you see how our current prices
compare wltli your own, i wm give
you a few figures: Corn is worth 50
cents per bushel; wheat $2 00 ; flour $6;
baOoii 15 to 17 cents; beef 4 to 5 cents;
pine lumber, delivered fit McKinney at
$3 per hundred. H.' i:
jDur aectioiijaf eouutry possesses those
two great essentials to prosperity
health and soil. There are many diffl-
cuUies to be met in the settlement of
all new. countries, no matter what tlie
halural resources are a want of capi
tal, a want of energy, which is natural
iu all new countries, and tlie existence
of those sources of amusement calcu
lated to break down industrial pursuits;
and among tlie most prominent of the
sources of amusemeut in western coun
ties is sporting. No country can ad
vance rapidly until the game lias been
killed out. The rubbish must be clear
ed away licfore a building can be
erected; so it is with improvement of
a new country. Wild animals ' are
becoming scarce iu this locality, hence
the country improves. . - .'
The question is sometimes, as to
why it is that emigrants move out here
aud remain a diort time mid return to
their -old lionies with a sad story, if it
be such a great country? I think this
can be readily accounted for by an
investigation of some of tlie peculiari
ties of a portion of the human family.
But it would be taxing your columns
too heavily to attempt a notice of this
subject at present, and we will pas it
by. .- -
Mr. Kditor, 1 must bring this letter
to a close, which I cannot do without a
reflection upon the timis ami circum
stances by which we are surrounded at
present. . t .
. I return home to my humble cottage
at night after a hard day' work, and
take up the HkkaLd and peruse it,
and find it a letter from all portions of
my native county, which I love, and
with whose uown-troddeu people I
warmly sympathize. ; I think of Ten
nessee with mingled pride aud sorrow.
I remember that it was the home of a
Jackson, a Polk and a Bell; as I
look out from my door at the break of
day, and see the first raysof the morn
ing sun as they stream in from the
east, I imagine that a bright light has
already poured in on my native State
May it not theu be so, that when a ray
I or two of iwlitical light shall nave
reached Tennessee, that soon it will
shed its refulgence upon the "Lone
But I must close, bidding adieu to
my dear readers for the present Most
truly and respectfully,
W. R. H. Mack.
Tlie Tcnesce Agrlftltural mid He
rhanlral AskocIxIIoh Offer fre mIihir
te the Amonat of llt.WW. -
We have received, says tlie Banner
of the 7th, a pamphlet published by the
Tennessee Agricultural aud Mechani
cal Association of Nashvil e. which, to
getherwith a schedule of premiums
amounting to $10,000, coutains various
facts iu regard to the fair to be held this
fall, commencing on the 18th of Octo
ber, aud continuing through the week.
The premium list is full and complete
and covers all the fields of industry in
which our peopU are iuterested. No
entry fee will be charged in any de
partment. People living abroad can make their
entries by letter.
. The following rules have been adopt
ed iu regard to the premiums:
1. That each successful competitor
may receive from this Association a
suitable testimonial of merit in addition
to their magnificent diploma, they
have caused to be made a silver ami
2 All premiums . will be paid in
money, except where the party desires
some testimonial, when an order M ill
be given upon either of the principal
jewelers of the city, where the party
entitled to the premium may select
such article to tlie value named in the
- 3. Premiums will be delivered on the
first Monday after the Fair, by general
agentj at the office of the Association.
Premiums not called for within thirty
days after the award, will iositivey be
Premiums are offered by the Associ
ation for essays ou a variety of subjects
interesting- to farmers, stock-raisers,
The cotton factors of Nashville offer
a premium of silver service worth Slot)
for tlie best three bales of cotton; also
for the finest single bale of cotton a
silver service valued at ?7o.
A millers premium for u bent in olU-reil In Mag
senile. Douglass k (V, John J. MH'ann
and D. D. Dickey,
Each sample must represent not less
than 50 bushels of wheat, and must be
accompanied by a statement showing
the nature and topography of the soil,
time of sowing, when harvested, yield
per acre. If fertilizers M ere used, and
what kind? mods of preparation of the
soil, and whether sowed broadcast or
drilled, and the crop raised on the laud
the previous year. The wheat must
be the product of Tennessee.
Best bushel Boughtou wheat ....0
Second best 10
Best bushel Tennessee white wheat 15
Seoond best 10
Best bushel amber wheat.... 15
Second best. 10
Best bus. ml or Missouri wheat 15
Second best.. 10
Best bushel Mediterranean wheat 10
Second best.. '...IV.'. ........ 5
Rhea, Smith & Co., Nashville,, otler
the following premiums:
1st, For the best sample of pure white .
corn, fairly representing a crop of
50 acres or more, cultivated by par-
. ty ottering... $40
For second best, same as above 0
I'd. For the best sample of pure
white corn from a crop of 25 acres '
up to 50 .,. 20
For sicotid best do. 10
3d. For the best sample pure white
com of crop from 10 to 20 acres 10
For next best do 5
The proposition api ilk-able oniy to
com rawed ill Middle' Tennessee or
Kentucky, south of Clreeii River,
Each exhibitor to furnish at least one
bushel in quantity, one-half ' shelled
and the other in the ear; also, name, if
it ha any, and estimated yield per
The dry goods merchants of Nash
ville offer the follow ing private pre
mium: .,'' . . .
For the liest piece of power loom
jean? oi yarusor over ....,.tS0
For second best 20 yards or over...... "JO
For the best piece of power looni
sheetings, 'standard," 30 yards or
For second best do... 20
For best piece of jountry or hand
loom jtians, oflt yards or over.,..,. .'W
For second best do o
For best piece of white country lln-
6ey, 4-t, 20 yards or over..-.. .. 30
Hnrt fc Hensley offer tlie following
- One hundred dollars (SlOOi for ten of
the best fatted hogs, for packing pur
pose. No resirttkns a to breed, but
thev nuis lie the production of the
State. v; , , " ' . ' '
rvrsous inicresleu can obtain : umv
pmew irn iuii usi oi premiums, Teg
ulatkni, cti by applying to James' M
Hamilton, .of HamlUoit , & Cunnhtg-
' Frotr the preparatioiis liug made the
first fair of the Tennessee , Agricultural
aud-Muuhaulcal Association Is liound
.to iroTe a grand su"Oess. - i : - - -r "
5, a law
went into effect which provides .
any baggage master, express agst,
stage driver, hickmau, or other person
whose duty is to handle, remove, or
"Uie care f the baggage of passengers,
-who shall willfully or recklessly Injure
or destroy, any trunk, valise, box, pack
age or paroel, while loading, transport
ing, uuloadiug, delivering o- storing
tlie same, shall be punislied by a flue
not exceeding fifty dollars. A slmila
law might be useful iu this State.
3IE W - JLOTEBTIBKMETTS.'
- Tliere btiiur a verr eaeral ileomtMl for the
rrio bitters now before the public, aad aut
knowby the tjuatitr of the spiriU.w the char
acter of the ipredicnU cotiUincd therein, we
have been induced to prepare the Orange Hit
ters. , ... .
- We.caa afljr recownjend UicHe JBitters for
tlie puritr of the spirits, aud tlie inaoceut and
plea.aut cliarack-r of the insrrcdiciiU contained
in them, ami where a mild atiiuulaot or aui ecable
tonic Li rccpiired, thev will be fooad equal, if
But mipcnor, to aLj luuert bclcre lite public,
and bv their delightful flavor, wit! be found e
peeially grateful to weak aton.acln. - -
Dose: One wine jrlasi full three tiuiv a day,
or uftiiir it needed. - - .
Trepatod and eoM hr --
BKHRY, DEMOV1LLE A CO.,
' No. . and S, Public Square, ?' v
Far -ale bvT. B. lUins. CoumbU,Tenn.
To THE PUBLIC.
AU person ia search of health would do well
to re oie tuber that I bare fifteea C'abiaa to let, at
from tl,-ri0 to 92,00 per week, with accem to
three vsritiesof water, aqua! to any io the State.
I alo liure a small family resideuce, with cotu-
lonaoi ounuinjr ac, wiuun a nuou instance
of the Springs, that I would rent at ten dollars
per aionth. reions redtinf my Cabins can
liare Uie use of a lanre ball room it dcairea.
. This Watering Place is about twentr-two
miles 1'reni Columbia, on the Columbia and
Clifton Turnpike read, known as roust's old
. mrtoo r rammi
tana. mw. ixoimw
On the Til of Aagust, IS69, 1 will sell to tlie
hiirhest bidder at the Court House door in Co
lumbia, the ' house and lot knows as Hamner
Hall. Terms, one fifth cash, the balance, one,
two, three, four and fire years payments. Also,
a house aud lot known as the tepleton place.
opposite the Male High bchool, Kirmeriy n a'ed
aud owned by W. a. Fleming, Ksq. Terms
same as above. Also, several small hits within
tlie corporation, which I will sell pnrately.
Jul v 23, t&!U.Td i Trustee.
Marble works. ; ;
. , Xcar the Depot. .
' COLLMWIA, TENNESSEE.
TOMBS AND HEAD STONES,
Of the latent styles, havinr a good selection o
D!igns of tlie liiiest and iiiiproved styles.
Columbia . "
V. J. MARTIN, A. M. rrhicqxxl.
Uove are prepared for College, orlor tlie ac
tire duties of lite. - Particular attention paid to
tlie I'riinarv Department. . A good roLM)Tlos
h iudLsienHable to a good education. It ia be
lieved that no School in the South offers stronger
inducements to boys aiming a t thoiocgh schoi.
AMBir. Terms 1'er session of five month", ij
ablequarterlr in advance: .
IVnuary Department:. . . , . -M 0 to 50 0
Advanced English ....... Io tW
Ancient and Motleni LaiHruaKC,
each, (extra) i . .
For imrticul.irs apply to the I'riuci; at or scud
DlL J. P. HERNDON,
Office llmtograph Onllery,
Ollt-rs his profersiniiHl services to his friends
and the community, llaviiif; recently received
a new and eunipWtc M-t of Denul lustrnnients
tie takes pleasure in aunomiciu!: his ability aud
inclinat oii to put-form in Ijoth the Operative
and Mechanical branches of his profession iu a
satisfactory msnuer and upon the nMist reason
able terms! Ijulyflml
For HORSES, ML' EES CATTLE and HOGS,
arc uncqjuled for Coughs. Cords, Loss of ap
petite, Distemper. Hide-bound, Heaves, Lung
rerer, Surfeit, Farcy, Colic, Yellow Water,
Thick Wind or bellows, Founder ami all the
diseases incident to these animals. They are
also a sure cure and preventive of
' HOG CHOLERA, '
As can be shown by numerous testimonials
from all parts of the ctmutry, which alone makes
them invaluable to farmers and stock men
throughout the United States.
- Warranted to do all that is claimed for them
if given aceoiding to directions. See circulars.
For sale by Merchants and Druggists gener
ally. , Manufactured bv
J. M. HALEY.
HODGES k RICHARDS, Drnggists, Nash
ville, Tenn. General Agent', to wlnun all orders
should be addressed.
For sale in Columbia br McKIN'NEY k
SMITH and T1TCOMB A WILLIAMS, Druggist-.
In Spring Hill by W. M. BOND. Drug
gist, and in Aeapulis by S. It. CARPENTER.
Up and lp
C All 11 1 V Or
' ' Free Sta-el, near tlie River Bridge, ' ?
; COLUMBIA, TEN X.
The unilersijinud rctUi-ns lil siuceri- thanks
to his friends and the Hiblic, of Maury and ad
joining CMuaties. for their Kberil jutroiiwgc, and
htes by strict attention to their want: in his
line to merit a rontinuawe ol the same. All
kinds of .. ..
CARRIAGE- AN D HARNESS WOKK
Made loonier anil ruureJ at tb shortest no
tice, on terms to suit the times. .
ii a itNKss.
Always on hand to suit all vehicles.'"""
l i'iioi,stki:im; .
In all its "va-ims branches. Mattresses ui.le
and repaireil, Cane Scats put in.
Coualry Produce takcii ia exchauge for all
T. KET PATTOX.
X. B. A fuuatity of building Lniuber wanted
in exchange for work. r ' ' " Sjuly 8in3
. FOR PROFESSOR PARSON'S
LAW OF BUSINESS.
With full Dlnxtloli and Forms f r all transac
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X ; MAURY COUNT Y, TEXX.
Chartered-with rWara and I'riTilrjres
; by the Lagislatnteot Tennessee. ;
nr. REV. C. T. QUIXTAKD, D. I). Visiior.
KEV. GEO. BKCKCTT, Rector. ,
MRS. M. N. MARTIN, Principal.
Assisted by a full and efficient turas, of csia--
The fall term will begin Monday, rx-pt. d,
18S. For Circulars address, t -
REV. GEO. BECKETT,
July, 2, lsj9. Columbia, Tenn.
' , ' . TO STOCKIIOLDKHS.
' The Members of diet Maory County "A! aud
M. tMiciety, are hereby airtibed that the first in
stalment "of iV due Uie 1st of July, is now
iiavableat tlmolKceof the Treasarrr.
T. V. KEKSKK, Prest. , . .
JAMES AKIA, Treasurer. .
18GH. A LARGE EOT OF
'u i' anur Jit r n y
Gr ar d o n Seeds,
Just received direct from 1. laaudrctli t Son. of
Philadelphia . To secure a full ac3H-tniciit of
TLKA VK TO Vlt OUDLIiS KARL Y. .
Jan 9 18rt8y. ; T. H.KAlA'8, JlruygUt.
My son JOliX E. KL'HS, choovii); to leave
home, and set up for himseir, be it kuown Unit
I give him up to do and manage for himself as
fully as tlioiish he w as twenty one years of age,
and" that I am not responsible for any of bis
acts, he alone being rcsiionsiUe for the snie.
CAMPAIGN' OPKNKU ! !
A. J. AViVLKEll & CO..
Are just opening and now oAcring at
PUBLIC AND PK1VATK WALK,
AT THE1K '
AUCTION AND COMMISSION HOUSE,
. . East aide Public S.iuu e, '
One of tlie- best Assorted st.M-ks id" SPRING
GOO I hi ever brought to this market,
, (:isisliug in part as follows :
Black ami Fancy Dress Lawas,
Slrijied and Figured Organdies,
i " . Colored Dress JaconH,
- India Cloth for Dices,
Grenadines, Striped Popli.is, Hainan. I Fancy
. Furcd Aljiaccas, Checked Mostni-
. hiipies, Fancy Bereges, Col-.
' ored Shambrays,
Light Fancy WARRANTED CALICOES, from
tlie best Factories, Plain and Check White
Jaconet, While Swiss Muslin. AIhi,
LADIES' and MISSES STRAW HATS and
Fancy Linen and Paper Collar aod'Cnlf-,
White and Colored Half Hos'.-, Hose an. I
Glove, Ltncn and Cambric Handkerchiefs.
ALaj, lfcift and Heaviest Bleachod anl Un
bleached Domestic, Ticking, Plauls, S: riper, and
Cotuiuadcs. Also, Men's and Women's Bro
gans, Dress Shoes, Fane) Calf and Fine Cloth
Gaiters, Fine ' Calf and Whole Slock finds,
line Fur ami Wool Hats, Caps, Ae,
Iu an endless variety, such as Fine Black and
Colored Coats, Pants and Vests, liich ujll
be sold in 'suits r separately';' FiiTe
While awl Colored Shirts. Summer
Uinler Shirts and Drawers, etc.
SPLENDID LOT OF TRUN'VS,
Ol all size-., which will be sold low. Don't
lose time, for these Goods wVll tie sold lower
than can be bought elscwliere.
tarGOODS SOLD AT PRIVATE SALE
AT AUCTION" PRICES:
Regular Sale days every MONO A Y, Til UI.'S
DAY, and SATURDAY.
A. J. V AI.KKU A id.
Having purchased , -
Jf. P. HARDEMAN'S
.STOCK OF iUEEN.SWAni
I am dcteim'iied lo chise it out at very low lig-
CHEAPF.lt THAN CAN BE
In unler to make room for my stock
Whiie tiranite Wa-h Bowls and Pitchers that
sold for 2i are now offered at f I "ii.
White Parish Wash Bowles ami Pilehirs that
old for ft 5 are now oftlTCd at l 0.
No. I Granite large Plate t ml sold lor l "hi
per se.t, are now offered at l 1.
No. I Granite small ilutes that sold lor 1 i'j
per sett, are now offered at if 1 0U. '
N. I Granite large Cups and Saucer.- that
sold for $2 uu are uow offered at I .
No 1 Granite small hid Cups and Sam t-rs
that sold tor 1 jo are now ottered at 1 la.
No. 2 Granite Cups and Saucers that sold fur
$1 20 are now selling at "JO cents.
No 1 Granite large Dishes, 16 iu. that sold for
fi SO are now offered at l 7i.
No. 1 Granite Dislies, 12 in. that so'd lor ?1 ai
are now ottered at (1 ID.
No. 1 Granite medium Dishes, 10 in. thatoM
for 1 10 are now offered at 1 i cents. -
No. I Granite small D.shcs that Hill for '.Hi
cents arc now offered at 0o ccut-4.
I sett gilt China, 41 pieces, thai sohl for
128 UO are now offered at e".1"
t sett plain China, 44 pieces, that s-11 fur
t8 09 ate now offered at l:j 111,
I sett plain China, 11 pitteo. Unit sold for
$14 W are uow ottbred at loo.
GLAM TUMBLERS, CASTORS, KNIVES
- ami FORKS, PLATED SPOONS, ami
OTHER N.ATED WALE.
Now ia your time. Cnc, conR.- all, before
thev are picked over, for they nm-t go.
J. A. BAILKY.
ILLOW A LIlSCOMB,
Whol- aale au l Kvt.il .
Gr II O C K LI S ,
x ... -PRODUCE
North Hide Public Sipiare,
' ' COLUMBIA, TENN'l, ' ,
Are just opening an J will keep constantly en
liaud all kinds of -' - .
FRI-SH AND CHEAP,,
SUUAR, MOial AND .SYRUP,
- ,, Of the best brauU. - -CAROLINA
RICE, ' ' " ' :" ,"
t. ' " - v .'
. 'j-. v- ' ' BACON .-'- ' 1
, f MESS PORK,
" '' ' SUGAR CURED HAMS, " V ,
r, . 7 , fl'.iur ; . .
' ' - - - AND MEAL,
CANDLES AND COAL OIL
- " t
;verj thing nsnally kept in a Wholesale
tt. And they make a speceiliry of all
ot FARM and GARDEN SEEDS. . .j
r.vcryuung .ew r.verj.iiunx ihwiui j
Cash and eter thing sold low . .... - :
i - - i . . - i . , .... r .
REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
FOB MAUKY COUNTY, TENN.
Representing tlic;;' ,
I -ETNAjfoF ILVKTFOKO, Conn., !
' Net Assets, ?l,S';i;7,73. . j ..
j PHU'NIX, oi Iakttori, Conk
'' -A sit s, I ,Sw,V l.8-
HARTFORD, of.Haktford, Cons.,
ENTIUJPIILSE of Cincix ati, Ou mv
. , t r , Jstis, f i,2-.M.),iiiT,.:s;
'MUTUAL LIFE, of New. York,
" "-' Assells over $,W,lW."'!''ll-'" n'
Also, Agent for the ' '
MASONIC ORPHANS IIOMKIUFE
- - ' ASSURANCE.: -.
Assctts of t 'onan'x represented ly llii. Agcn-
.. . - - i Ml ,w-
Will attend to the sale and rent of all real estate
and procure Vcrvaiits for all parties desirili; the
same. ILivins made the above a specially I
boe to meet wilh a liberal Patronage.
- Ollicc .hi N-west corner Pubiie S(nare. Col
umbia, Tenn. . jOSII. G. BAILKV
RINGS, Ala. " -
I'de Pmpi-itlors of thU Watering plaw, take
ph-.L-.utT inf.mninjj their Trieuds and putrous
that they have couph-ted their arraugelueuts
Um- tin- eiHiifort and rnjoyiiictit of their guests,
and that the Hotel is uow opeu for lk'.r reccp
tiou. ': The ctlicaey ol'these waters iu curing
DROPSY. SCROFULA,' DYSPEPSIA. DIS
EASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES,
And all the diseases of the SKIN and KID
NETS. It i? toowcll CMabliblied to ntd com
ment. A ro-l Band will serve the Kail-Room,
aud the table will be supplied w ith the best the
country affords: while, 1 lie nulling in Shoal
Creek and the Shooting in the surrounding
woods oiler their u-nal Attractions to visitors.
Route yiti Memphis and Ci:irli-fu Railrcad
lo Florence, Alrt , thence by rcLiilar Stae line
9 miles to the Sjx ius. " '
Roaril jl i per week; &Ta ier mouth.
For descriptive paiophlct, circular, or for in
formation respecting siecial diseases, addre-;'.
ELLLS A CO.. Pr.iprict.ws.
or II. A. MOODY. M. !.,
J;inel--iii. ' Resident Phiei:in.
IOOK.S B( )OKS ! ! IU M )K.S III
STATIONERY, . WALL
Window Shades, News, Nutioiit, Ac
v. ir. EXtvLK-s;
Ycst Market Strctt, " '
. ' , COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE.
M PORTA NT
Jicv'tltil'iut in PiTScirriny of I'rt'H,
'." Solution. ' ;
It Is a ctTcct antiseptic, the ch.ipet and
best lnetlio-l in the world for preserving alt
kinds of Fruits,' Jellies. Spiced Fruits. Toma
toes, Cider. Wine, Milk, some kinds of Vegeta-.
Ijl s, &c Ac.
IT SAVES SUGA R.
It saves the trouble of sealiitg. ft saves th
exjenc of sealing or air tilit jars or can? :,
it is 50 per ccnl. ch aj'cr than any other
IT WILL PRESERVE SWEET MILK
Prom 12 to "0 hours longer than it will natur
ally keep, with a result of furnishing more
cream and making more butter in warm wea
ther r in warm climates. Oik- Imttle will
prvscivc l-'S pounds of Fruit, or 4-S gallons of
Wine or Cider, or 12S salioii- .r Milic
WARRANTED TO CONTAIN NOTHING IN
JURIOUS TO HEALTH. '
. For sale bv ' L: P. WORRALL. Gruirjl
Agent, Now York: BUNCH AKIN, Colum
bia.; mid A. L. AKIN', AsIiwikhI.
The following c-rlilicates from pan'.- lt,
have tested the merits of the' Frn'u-Pn-st.-rviu.r
So'.uton. w ill speak lor iheinsvlve:
, Mb. Dow Akin Sir : 1 n. i-ii, i I lw dilu
tion I bought of you e.M.i-llcij!. Il.iv., onl,
tried Jieaehes" and apples, v ine xf arV
.pi'ite as fresh and -neel as ever
MISS LILLY- DUBBINS
March 3, W). 1
Mk. Dow Ans- Sir: I ti-ie.1 thv Solnli.H.
in peaches, tomatoes' and sweet piekles. all of
which succeeded well. 1 iliiiled the. bottle I
got from you with Mr. Ja" A. Fleii.ius ami
Mrs. Clark ThuI.iII. They U wl it iu cider anil
fomal it a success. - I think it a .aluahle prep
aration. MRS. SIDNEY FLEMING.
Mareh2.", l5'j. .
Mn. Akin : Last -p ing I pnrc'nb.1 'if you
a bottle of Spear's Fiuil-Prc.-ering Sotiituiu,
and ith it put up a variety of fruits, uch a.-.
strawberries, pears, peaches. Ar. tur straw
berries were put up in May, and in the winter
when iened were as nice as nh.-u Hth.-.r.il
t'ruiiithe vine, rctaiiimg almo-t tlieirtiatn.il col
or, and much nearer the natural tlavor trfan anv
cauiK-d strawberries I everale. Dtir -as anil
ea. b.'S wc could not wih heller, iieicj; uow a
gooJ as w hen first nit up.
MRS. DR. W.J. ARMSTRtlNG.
Mk. Dow Akin:- I put up my peach. w ifli
Siears priervin Solution, in a new iuk l;u-.
rel. The fmit kept very well, eery mm that
ate it said It was tlie n.ot superior fruit ihey
ever ate. .1 also tried t.-mafoes in jugs, they
weie verv good. I want Ixdik-s this year.
MRS. SAM'L HENRY ARMSTRONG.
March ii, 'till.
Ma. Dow Akin: The fi nil I put up wiili
Spear's Solution in new jars kept very well.
I think the Uuid does tiuelv
MRS. WILSON DOBBIN.
Mb. Akin 1 have no doubt but that Smar's
Solution is an excellent tiling, hut 1 only tried
peaches with it last scunner, aud liud them
MRS. COL. GEO. W. POLK.
March 23, 1 Still.
Jta. Akix: I've used your prc-erring fluid
in pntting up toinatoi-s' with entire success.
I.ikctt very much.
MRS. TOM JONES
Mk, Dow Amx.Hmve ncl y.nirSilntion in
preserving tomatoes, peaches, strawberries, Ar..
aial I proiMttinru it lir.t rate. It nmst prove of
incalculable a ue li iMnix-kccper. R-.pt'v.
- MRS. SJJ. Bl.NCIL
AUTHORIZED BY PPERI'I AL ACT OF THE
. KENTICKT LEGISLATURE.
Jicsf Sriciitr Errr Offrral to (hr.
VW- Fully Authorized
-.. I y I jiw in
Seven sdeudid Ohio lliv.-r l.ltoni Farm,
over Einlil Hundred Acres of nhich nr.-cleared
aud under cultivHli.ni, and have bceu rented ll.e
present year "for i er acre, money rent -
G.hhI bonds for the ivut have been taken, and
will be assiue.1 to those draw in; said rarius: i
...1 r,, l , .... . . . . .
which win vc?i,:uo in cah to eaeli Hi" acres.
Totm Lm' it. Jfritdi rvm Co,
Making ."ill Prize hi all,
t'upilul Prlw,..M;,;...-. .........."s),i. i
Small. -l I'rla.-, SI
The lra wing to Like place at Masonic Temple. I
Louisville, Keutvcky, SepicmlHT 1st. !?!!. .
, ( TTCKI'TTS ul oi EACI I. .
For ;aniplilct giving descriptiou of property,
containing Act of legislature, and certificates
of leading gentleman of this uiid other State.,
apply to either of llic following Agents:
L. II. LYNE, Fanners Bank," lleiulersi.n, h"v.
R. B. ALEXANDER, Commercial Bank. Lou
isville, K v.
JOU.VC. LATHAM. President 1'nuk Hopkins-
- ville, Hopkins ilh?, K v. " r M : I
JAMES L. DALLAM, Co'inmercia! B.:iur Pa-;
diicah. Kv. j ft
B. ii. THOMAS. Lexington, Kv. . . , . - i
W. B. TYLER, flwcu.-boro. Ky, . '
HOW TO 1 itTl TICKETS.-
Tick:;iiea..loi.l.re.l thlourl. A It. II.U,
tWSOX, at -he Post oflice, or ;al the IltBai.n
-' JLr.r. : - ...ii i
T ' " 1 " - I
1 All- 4 1. r l.i T V VII .. I
ALUABLE LAND - i .
- . . poit SALE. '-
?-The 1,1 1.. VnrMn an the MHSttire liL.t.'
three quarters of a mile Inim Columbia, Tcbii.,
containing ninety acres or best Maury Cw.uty I
iaud, conveniently di. i.h-d inti tillable and i
wood land, and having situatefl on tt a hand
son ic and comnwdintis brick resi.lenoe -oon-tainin
" nice rotvs, with brick kitclieu. smuke
honse. -rvant's houses, sUblea and other outr .
buil.Hnss. The Garden spot is very pn dnctice. (
I nd there are also on the plaOe, at convenieiif;
distances Irmn Hie refciilenee, a riio.l well, it ;
eitcrn, an H-e house, aud fi:m spring, with
sulistantisl nak sprint; house. Inr term ap;lv
t, . J. IJ. FRIKRSON. ' i
. Mav 2,' i.'.t-vf ', C.dum'a Tenu. 1
Aashviiie iMiuiernwi.! lour limes iu wee
amr ,. t,!!! to this ofli.-e.
- - .- '- - -
f - r . .
Nashville r..itmern'-U loui -limes iu WC-cklr i
VHAIILE.S t IJ-:sIC,
.-ATTORNEY AT LAW.
1 , Columbia, Tenn, " ""
: ' bieeia
1 attention given t' the eit!eetiou f '
April !,ly. ; '
WHOLESALE G ROUERfs AN D
Not. IS k 29, Vvr. Broad and Market SU.,
Au-.nttvl f7 p. '"')" 'Ti
. ' '
N OS. 2 AND 1,
Ove r. OAkyc tind Cttunh Mrcc(,
NASHVILLE, TENN:' T
. -: T-U.JONKS& CO., :
; MauuUetun-rs. and Dealers In .
-I GMCULTUIiAL 'IMTZEJUESn
. J AND MACHINERY.
All lli latest. and best improved Steel, Cast
ami Wrought Iron, Kipht and Left hand, Sub
soi r Plows. - 9-
:"; ; TURESHEIK: . .'. ,
One ami Iw Ih'rse Eudlevs Chaiu, 2, t, 6, 8,
and 10 Horse Lever Power Threshers, t'epara
tor aud Cleaners Conibiucd. . v.. .
RIDING PLOWsJ: ''
Wc wun'd call er-pecial attentiou Iu out hue aj.
tortiuent of this iuvahuble labo,- siring im
plcuiciit. Wilh one of tlicsc riding CullivatoM
one man ran easily cultivate sixty- S'TCs of
Corn. Wcmaunlaetnrc tlie best '
Ojutbimd Funainy MM, Std &jko--'
- ai'jr md Siavf Jachiitr- ' ;
Ever invented. . .
SOKUO AND LANE MACHINERY:
The latest patterns.'. Flat 15'ittoiii and Corru
gated, (ialvanized Iri and Cpper Evaporators,
all ij.-s. . .
Constantly on Iiaml. WHEAT DRILLS,
WAGONS. CORN - SllELLKKS, COTTON
;INS. WHEAT FANS, and SEED aud WHEAT
CLEANERS. STRAW AND FEED CUTTERS,
HARROWS, . CULTIVATORS. DOUBLE
.MlOYELS. WHEELBARROWS. CIDER
MILLS, GRAIN SCYTHES. HAY RAKES.
Terms Cash. GoinIs WARRANTED. Lib
eral discount to the tra.'e.
T. II. JONES A (V.;
U. A. A I LEY'S,
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
i. -iMHYTH' AND SHOl-S
A lid everything insnally kept hi the Pry Good
line.- Cjlland cxi'iiine for yourselies. You
will ulnars liud .
! .MIL H. I- HENPl.EY.
Who will Uke pleasure in showing Goods lo
all customers free f clwirge.
C.A.itW. H. FAR IS.
OAKKIACJE .USD HARNESS
- S HO P,
SOUTH- MAIN ST.. COLUMBIA,' TENN.
V , ulil rcfiit-lfiillv bilonu our fricuds ainl
the public generally, llt'it we are ttill prepared
to .to ail work in our line at ,
GREATLY RJ"1"UCEJ PRICES'.
Or Repairing .lone will liud it Ii their adian
tarc to give'ns a ialj.ati.1 examine our wik
and prices, Wc a ill C"iiiairo our . work V ilh
an..- d.tiM-iii the Sl-.ile, J'r Nc.-iUic-s, Cbeapne-s
ai-l Durability ami
WARRANT IT 'JO STAND.
l'ailictilar alien ti.m gi Wit t all lupnii'u
Wc arc still prciureJ lo iWuntllacturC Mat
niwca and all kind-. f Upln ilslerine; at mode
All kinds of Country Prl n-c taken in as.
ban ne lor work. Junel
S. .fc C. P. FRIWISON,
! ATTORNEYS & COU?i'!iKLLOi:s
; AT LAW,
, COLUMBIA. TENN.
j .. Will practice in tho several Cot of Mamy
airl adjoining Coiiulie-,. and in tfs- Supit'oe
I .....1 I....I....I I'..iip ..I jli,nii. ' l'r..iin.l at.
teutioii triven toeolhi-iions Ollico in Lawyer".
Block, West MnrkotJ-Mrcrt. same Bunwrly .
copied by Fricrsnn A Flemhig. ' - niarlSy
M WACON FACTORY,
A. MooltK k fOXr
No. i:?J So'.ith Spru-e Street,:
We beg Icive re.-jttl'iilly locall Uh- att-iifj""
of ail persons inleivstcd in the purchase elhk
WAfiONS, CARTS, .
Or anything in "that line, to oir great laci't
ties fur liiannl'aetui ing the best an I cIich (
articles. . -.''
lt vrork warranted as represented and torn--petition
. We have on hand a 'number d" Governiucnt
Fonr-lloursc Wagons, which we will srlldit-ap.
A. MOORE k SOX, I
marl.Sm5 No i. South Spruce Street.
'. MKvM. J: UKVANT'K-
( Formerly of lnuirillc, K.v ) ;
W ho has returned a it h I he bc.-t acb-eled SUh- k of
' I flaring been c.midetely rcllllcl and rrfurn--f-.i
"I -ISP' tl "1 f-'V'-'J'ysbeiL -this popular and evewb-wtly hieatcd
J- --T1 --.-- f ,el I open again. olicitig a lilicral share
. . Fancy coods,
A N D DRESS T R I M M I N G S ,
Ever broU"ht lo t'olniiiliia. . She iuvites tho
ZVZr: &'J'Z H
when-. Ladi-s w ho have herelofore pnichsel f
their IJotrwt t u distance will find it to thein t
advantage lo buy at home..
The aAiranUge ol' a long expert aec in b.,i
ncs.i in a large Cily, euablca her t-ij-leasc eieu
the m.tvt fj-iidi ons.
' DRESS MAKING
done on the Bhorlest, iiitiec.
-M I iCIl' I? Ut Mt I I 1 I
l V V1 Vy " lX XX 1 U
I N-"1, niiireh Street, Masonic Tvtitj.de,'
" ' X- 4 f , t r T- 'f -X' V
-.I-" itti'It ,i-i.',
t CHH'KERINO.'STECK, BR ADIU'RUV, Mll.r
I - LER. AND OTIKR ' - ,
TAYLOR A FARLEY. MASON A HAMLIV
v CABINET AND.AMERICAX i
, . ,
' MUSICAL' MERCHANDISE. '
The.lRMt hJ.?ttei stock of fcHEET. Ml'SfO in
the SomJi- Piana aiu Ortrant cnaraMtvtd m
a-sciu ue iwuuiu in t-oien. marKeis. ireigia
fiierely s.ivio.. - iia llanos takeu ta cxclunee
' fornrw. Music mailed to.iuy part of tlur cxinn- j
': try free of postage, no ni-eit of nurked pri- .
' e.M". :-"-.-.'
i ' Sll fi Cauuguts ami Circulars of isnec
; Music, Pianos and Organ. .1
Selpl, Teachers, Churelu-s.- Lolge an I
Luok Slore i'oroisWd at a liberal discount."
MarcU Sm Vi
GLAZIER, PAPER n.TNGEK AND DOUSE-
Would rcspei-tfully infonu the public that be
will be pleased to accommodate all who may
seed work in bia tine. Satisfaction guarantied.
Shoa on Corner Embargo and Free atreets,
Columbia, Temv UnJ'jl.
MRS. JOHN- J). MOORE,
Will open a Private R.rding House on Mi.ndaT,
January 4th, on the corner of Embargo and
Es-I Main Street, io the bouse formerly oceu-j.K-d
by Mr. Hudspeth. TbeTable will be kept
iu the IwsLetjrle Uie emintry afcrds. Lodginir
neat, clean aud'comfurtable. The patronage of
all dctiruiu of flndiug couifortabU ksLriug res
pactfiilly solicited. ' ja -If
JOHN A. ENGLE. ., k
. M'est ahlo of the siuare, v
Is prepared to furtiian his friends and the pub
lic generailr, with a suit ol Clothes or auv part
thereof.ow short aotiee. at low figures for Cash.
The public are most respcMfnlly ia Tiled to give
uie a call before making tlieir purchases.
Columbia, April 23, Is'J,-y - -
w. tt saowy. ' - w.m. MM5.
, RL O U-SE,'.
. " Nashville, Teaoesee.
W. MATT BROWS & CO.
Tiro.-.' M. fTi rsT, Clerk": ' ;
' WHITE WIHE '';.
Ik iii'' n.anufatturcd in sueli a manner, w ith a
white iuetalie substance, it is prevented frow
ever corrodicg or ehangir from Ha beautiful
w hite color, in aav number of veals ol time.
It is neither anectea by different temperature of
climate, nor by changes ef atiuocpueir- ana
Unuly bolds Us uaitorai eotor turuagn uie I
verebt froct a ud im lenient weather. By Uix
imctit,the utditv of the line has been found the
only article wliich Is free from the great aa
novauee ocenrring frorn the old fashhaied Rooe
lines, which are continually rotting and break
ing down, soiling and discoloring clothe. Br
using the wire clotl.es line all trouble is avoid
ed, as vou are never- obliged ta take them
doWB alter tliey are put up as tlicy can be left
out in all sorts ol wcaiuer.
Tlie durability of the line W one of the great
est considcratians, as it will last from thirty to
Another chief advantage ol this liue is that
clothes will not frerxe to it in cold weatber.nor
will it break and let vour clothes mil ia the
mud. Warranted not lo injure clothes, ia any
man pit. . ...
PRICE, THREE CENTS PER FOOT.
Call and "get on..' at Biim-h Akin's Store,
Columbi;L, or Williams Sou's, Mt. ITeasant,
O. W . Mehttsi aek. Siwiire Hill. lpMJ
,:. ste111en jourdan.
Xeaidm.s. ." " .' '"' .',"'
- 1 n ish to "uiKtoi the pubtic generally, that 1
am now ready to do ' ' ' ' .
V CU&TOM WORK, "
Roth Wheat amlC.wn: aiwl mv Mills have
been built br the VERY BEST MECHANICS
IN THE STATE, and a superior quality of
iiKiti-riul only uc, f levi sale ia saying tliat
Ihey are the , .... .....
II t Miff inr btHi in Maury Grtinty.
I have a -Cra Shelter, Fan and Screen, free
uf Toll, w hich makes the Meal clear olbilK
aud Chaff. Come, and sec lor yourselves.
These Mills arc situated iu Ncapolis. Maurv
Couuty, one mile east of Carter's Creek Sta
tion, an.1 on the .ulntui.ia au rraukim Turn
pike, row miles south of Sprin; Hill, ami ev-i-n
miles north of Columbia.
THE NASHVILLE MARKET PRICES,
l ess tliteight,nni be paid AT ALL TIMES
for Grain.' rrsuns having Wheat which tlicy
.h-sire conyerb-d iuto Flour, for market, will
liud it t" llitir advanuige to brinj It to tliese
Mills, aa particular attcntma will be paid tu
Merchant work. A - cusIockt aiay briwg his
Corn to mv MiUa'in tlie car, and I wilt shell and
Griud itl.w biw as i heap as be can gH it ground
:rt other Mills... p2u.tfj - A. LOLLAR.
Til K COLUMBIA
HOOK ST UK HI,
Ke-p constantly on luwl '
HOOKS AM) STATIONKRV;
JIT ' ' '
lb- ia :t ail tliu-.s pp pared tu furuiali
TEACHERS AND PUPILS
CINCINNATI PRK E.S.
A large and well ehoten i arietv ol
M 1 SC E L L A N E O VH BOO K ,
... ; IVETKV,-
AND CHILDREN'S BOOKS,
Of riery kind. Pens Ink aud Paper, Copy
Book and Slalci Writing Desks and
- School Satchels. Wall Paper. ' ,
Whnk.w Shades, Toys
f atlkiuds, " .
IE.c iy thing has lyen bought Uw aid ia A
tred at the very lowest figure known to tb
m ade. Tcacliers can buy books at tlte Columbia
S Tniok Suit e just as cheap as tliey can m Nash
J a illc, Louisville, or Ciaelnnali. Orders so'icitcd
1 Jinl satUfaction guaranteed. .
.N'ji-wii-iu u air, ciruir of Dja'hicV Strtcl,
: ; SlHIIVILI t. tcsx. r
AV. JL CRUTCIIEK. Proprietor. : '
il .if patronage. '.' "
a Fare shall e giwd awl charges MHideratc
nti---r.Unn of M.r. -I Al-
.Icrinan trf Celumlua, the loltoig rcsolutiini
. wasudoptedr i -:
Ke.sot.yEis That it shall.' be unla-lul U-r any
person, the owner of a proud slut, to allow her
to run about tbestrwts. and anr person per
mitting the same to b-: doue, sliall t arrested,
-add on chix tcrion ffmd by the Recorder H less
than two nor more tttaii ten dollars, and cost f
uit. Aud furthermore, thai this act takeeffec
mm ainlufter tra passage, ilay llta, ljWn -
. ... ; AV. J.DALE, Mayor.
. A. A. Aaantiiuvi,. Recorder,
"irK S or..Vssi-tx.T Assrson.. U. & Ira
t Ut.Tr.Scr, Columbia, Mareli 10th, liOS."
Uaving , received lus'aructious Jnmi Hon.
Thoataj J; Cvpert, Asiesaor, bib District, ta
visit each, ami" cvenr irt niy Division, At
Ltr one m everv Mo-vni. I hereby give
aotiee thaV I will I in Colambiacverv' Monday.
: i,.',, , .-r R. M THE PARISH,
,Wl. Asu'r.dd iMv.Mn Dist. Trnn. '
. Maih izA-- r' r - .-o :
C, .,- '." i ' 'n fi r f ;; M-i:! ,
OLUMBIA MILL;. ' :
Wt ugpin utTrr ur servvs to the public,
dAn etMiffdent that wc can give' satisfaction
to nil who may give ns a trial. Our facilities
are sennd to mdrndy's in tlie State fbretean
ins wheat and making good ttour. We will
aeli the balane.-Tf Ihis year al fcUnariag pri
ces: - . e s b. '':'
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SUPERFINE, ...4.il irimmlre.l'
EXTRA FAMILY, - ,
.? IK1UBLE EATRA, Z - ;
.. COJtX MEAL., tWCoouj-r bia- ,
"i Wnleyw left at Post OIHee proirnitly (ftea.ed
W. an articiea aeuvereu KOe of clmrsr.
- a,r ' VAUGHN VASUTO!C.
- C-4waJh Dec,i, .6!Hf.ri s-- .
T NASHYILLE . A
iKAIlA K0AD LI lh
The QUICKEST and REST Btt:il -
potato .NORTH, EAST aad WESlt wtebraki
Two Daily Traias run through without eiwY
waking close eonncona at LouiavilieV
with Ei press Trains for I
BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON, PHIDADEL ?
PH- lit, VORK.IaT6y.NUOA-
RA FALL8. BUFFALO, CLEVK- ;
4. 4XD,mTURGH.CmCAGOr '
DETROIT. ST. Lol lS, DV
And an ether Cities h, the North, Least ad t
City, to visi the Mammoth CaeaM '
tlieir journey at pleasure. TU '
PALACE HLEEPIN- -Accompany
all night trains. "
TUBOUGU TICKETS AS . ... ?"
CHECK3 - 'Vai. r
To all priscinat cities, mar hn Vt. '
pot in Nasbvilte, and at NaehrifleTr. , . . '
oce, m Jiuawcll Uove, tTmirh 8tre., .
I-AOft. r UK llllKETS VIA. LOl WVILfir
lraaaportcd m quick time and at tow raw"
Through Ticket arrangements from Eastern en '
tt low rato""
n caicra v lues penecx. ih miia or idinv wiA
ea Arnagh. Freight consigned to Agent L.i-
. ik, w lanuai uie, lorw arued wMboal cbargs i
fi Comuiissiooe. I
All claims tor Loss and Dutnage settled "
promptly. ALBERT FINK, i
feb.)ly GealSap't I
.'..".SAVE M 0 A'K V
is. rr. PHiiaiF'c
. Every dcstiiptioa uf Goods ram be t-vrclused 1
at the. f
VERY LOWEST PRICES, i
Without jawing, as we cuaduct baiaess
this Imhmc on tlie . . ,
ONE PRICE MYHTEM,
All Goods beiug marked as low as Ihey cau bi .
sold, customers will feel conHdeat they arel
bur-tug at right prices I j
just receiver, a magnincentstocs oi '
STAPLE AND FANCT
- ItEAD Y'MADB VLVTHISO,
i . .' '
CARPET ' BAGS. TRUNKS. SATCUtLi. 1
AND CUTLERY. . i
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lilies' ami Miaws' TRIMMED HATS, W
IEKY.Ae. A targe stock of
lIOOTt? AN1 HIIOKS, 1
Among wl.H-b will be lunmt a larg? fine
Ijaltes" ix-s ami Children's t ity nmdc wvrf, '
from the celebrated Factory or Dilbert k LuyJ, v
Philadi Iphia, all us" w hkh wiH ba warrantedr
MEN'S, BOYS aaLCHILUKEN'a HATS," t
Call and ronvim-e yinirSlvea (hat this hi the
place to tray Good it Ww'vPikea and Riht
Salesmen--C. C. DKRRYl'l-JIiRY and GEN- J
it, rn.i.uM. . f
April , . .. j
. OJMMLSSION MEKCUANT,
And Dealer hi Rac, Lard aud Produce g-nr-
. No. 6 Nlh College Struct,
EW BAllBER SHOP. '
The iiudersigued having enter. d into part
nership, purpose offering to the gentlemen
Cobnubia, Jlanry Counlv. and the inrelinv
pwblic gecerally, a
A I1BST CLASS BARBER SHOP,
In the first floor of Hamner Halt. The hat
determined that the most perfect order and neat
ness shall prevail in thai establishment, be
ing well knoa a .t lit citizens in the capaci
ty of Barbers, thev will shave, cut hair, sham
poo, aye nair ii w uiskers with dispatch and i
neatness. Skillful handling of tharn razors J
patronage of all. and guarantee satisfaction ii ' -all
things. Each gentleman sbavinr by thrSJ
MfHith will 1. ftiOT, h. k...l mil. r I .
wrii w claim. vie leimni iv M,in-. .ijri
- " . .. -u - m wu, wur itiui-
self alone. Ladies' hair Slianipoued aad rut
in tlie handsomest style and on short notice.
Jan'J WILKES A CAMPBELL.
w. a. 1-LS.WlKO.
w. vaxci iRonrsos.
LEMINtl A THOMPSON,
ArmnsEY as it coua.sklloi:v
at la n: . .
Office on Garden Street, aearlr west n I .h.
site Masauiie Halt,
Will praetioB in Supreme and Federal CuoPs
ta Nashville, aud In the Chaccery and Clrcait
Cmrrts K Mnnry and a.lj.miiag cmnlies.
Feb. 3, 1 !)!.-tf
T.V.SKtSEC " J.C.WOOTIK. LCIItLMass.
X. W. KEESEE A CLE, .. ,
ftuceeetora lo JIanin, Knew Jt IK,
. ' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL C
GrllO C EES,
t -' ' ' -V
Paving';HinhaA'.l II entire stock of Harr.
tneramt k C., we will eootinu" to keep on -hand,
at the ! stand, a large hit vr
SUGAR,'? .' ' , "
KElljED ANIX RUSHED SUGARS,
Syrups, Rio, Lyguira and Ja. a Coffees, Salt,
lr a jfsid sily"of us!ca and Willow
. Ware, a bne asnortmetn id
A , . . . .
Which we will tell at anasnally tow ffgMs
, . . i ; v cash, . , ( .
j - r - , U jt
J . ,..0 ieeAchaie fr Country rrvduce.i
" We have tlie mtd ample facilities fur elws
of Cotton aud etiwr Produce ) r building be-
tug almost' Nr-vuw', enanres the utmost r.
1 ' : CALL 1ND SEE US. ' ' t
' s-- h, "peeirully.
, jaiOiif . , T. WKEESLK Ci
D LADIES, READ!
- 'The enlv n.-flablo KUedv now offered to tea
for the rare of all tbtsa painful and djunrcrous
diaeaaua ta which tbefcaiale eoastitutioa is sub
jeet, and which uwdeates all exeeasea aad re
move alLubstrucjiuevfruin whatever catt ia
Sir.ias. Clarke's Female Pills.
Prepared from a PTr''P'iou of Sir J. Clarke
M.D., physician eztriordiuary to the Oneeii, bv
DAVID ft. FISKE, 41 Per street. N. T. To
Married Iadlea it ptrticularty suited.' It wdl
fat short tfiae, brinr nn the' monthly period
with regulari-y, and it doe not coclala aav
thint; harttul to theetnurtitntioa. - -
la all er.rf aarvoua and spinal affeettoiuv
paiaa ia the back, and limbs, fatigue, palnitstioa
of the bean, hysterics and whites, it will effre-
a vpeexjj-et re a-hnali other mean hare faJ-v.
Full direetiiiis ia pamphlet arrmnd eseh nack.4
acw- Oliserra th name and ewovrkrht of D. U.
FLSRE, m sarA package all oihers. ar bos
and worthies oouateyfeia.- Add be taciple
i lruggrs everywhere and . K. RAL A tV
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