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and collectable any lime after tha first ineer-
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' , for ooe insertion, each, additional inrar-
iioii 7a cents.
PrWj Won.! Bp, Dff4 18r.
''i fff Sfuxt Week.
Muxt week being Christmas, we will
in no papwC then. , All Job Work
will be exeAted, howevec"
- Quarterly Meeting commenced in the
M. cvnurch in this place last Saturday
rooming, oy llev. ww.Uo, tbe Presid
ing Klder. "D preached - excellent mr-
nioiw, (Saturday morning. Saturday
nignt, oa (Sunday morning, Me was
taken sick Sunday evening, so that be
. was unable to preach Sunday night, and
the pastor preached. .
Hugh T. Gordon, a promising young
lawyer of this place, delivered an elo
quent address in the Presbyterian
hnreb, in this place, last Sunday night,
on the occasion of thu anniversary of
the Presbyterian Bible Society.
' rEKAOXAU I.1TEU.I6E5CE.
Mr. Peter White, editor of the Decatur
r, made ns a vloit this week. He
ha just eplaiyed and improved his rut
vwr, and now iiwwe a live paper. Mr.
White married Miss Haley of this coun
ty. Rev. J. M. P. Otta, Pastor of the Preaby
jian chnrcti in this plana, has received
t.n invitation from a church in Dela
ware to visit thmn; and we understand
that tie haa nailed a mating of the cffl
(vrn nf his church to-night, to aak leave
"'"ol absence for the purpoe rf visiting
said ohtirrh in Delaware. Tbia dues not
neoesaarily mean, however, that be is
going to leave Columbia tor good, as has
Mr. Wm. House, at Franklin was In
town Fi id ay, attending to prolewional
matters. If any of fnr voting ladies
wan a " House not mida with1 hands,"
and which may or may not be "eternal
in the heaven.," this one is on the mar
ket. He la a young man of rre attain
men's and ought to come to Columbia
lo marry, it not In live.
Major J. L. Wilson, whose left thigh
ws Lroken several months ago, is al
most well, and his old friends wilt have
I ho pleasure, in a few weeks, of seeing
him tin the street.
B. C. Clmpman, an estimable Cuin
tierland Vresliytenan Minister, of this
county, has accepted a call at Helm a,
Ala., and will probably fco to tb.it beau
tiful cilv about the first ot next-year.
We regret to lone hi n, but as he will go,
our lot wwhs go with hint and Lin
family. i '
There is a very etriking resemblance
between our Floater and the picture of
P. T. tUriium, who is represented as
having a magnificent front.
Capt. James Walker, of MiKtt is again
with ua. He is even worse afflicted with
- rheumatism which be no doubt caught
when enduring harduewa as a good noi
sier than when he was here wyeral
fty. W. T. Usry hits i no veil from
-Slock spring to Colombia. He ia an
extfllxHt man, aud we weloome him to
ft is said that Mr. Charles IL Dillon,
if Memphis, has fallen heir to an im
mense emate, and the rank and title of
Karl, in Ireland. He is a son -, tfrs.
Aiuriyi Dillon, and brother of o!n M.
( Itud) Dillon, iMtth of IhiH place. Ctiarlea
llng the oldest turn becomes the heii of
'lis father, according to Kngiish law.
Whether this report Is true or not, we
R-3 enable to am-ortain.
,T. Vi'iM I'oward, of Mt. Pleasant, a
Ki:f-t liorte and mule trader, 1ms
roturiied lro:s v. went ti ip to the Kou'h.
:vr.KKKT-:t . t':s greatest of all pi
s.t.;sts, ii'ingaiul tlea.1, will gh'n one of
hisinooi.nparaliie oimxirts u Washvillo
jilwut Him middle of February. We e
Wl a larn jol-gatioii from Columbia
to go down on that occasion.
Mr. Jo'! J'. J'illow, on of Cl. Je
rome II. Piliowtd tbiH county, a mar
ried on the-llli inst.to Miss Jem:i l-
Hargraves, of tlMt.cily. 'J'lio ilflbiia
Ifortf eHtaka of the bride as "one o the
IxiroKl fl.)wrs of our iKMjuet of society."
and of the bridegroom otiein wohrn
lo dirvo'i every !anintor true
no.nli.Kxi." The miii pir addrt, "To
nay that the attendance was elegait,
would le unjust.. (Something more
it was superb, and every criticism tliat
went furlU of the ailair, its Mpuurtencea,
the suits, I lid Uiileta, etc., Iu"elhed Hir.-h
almiratiou that n would iinarue
that Helena had ne'er sevn its e i. c'."
Duck river is rising, and bis .Vr'-a
get out 4 ii uuuks, before the icia
Two of Columbia's liandsoino bru
nettes are iu F.olivar cunty. Miss.,
iiaviiigcouquered Meuipbia and passed
Frank Aydeiott Las a Cno uuuth '"T
Crockett Roll, col., was put in jail last
Saturday,-charged iih stealing a fcad
lle from Gamble's liiU-hyard last Sum
luer. Klias l'illow, ol., wim plated in
Jail last Tuesday, for trying to steal a
'pair of pants "from Mr. Clone's store.
Doth were co.ntiiitfed by Kmi. I Unison.
The Columbia Literary So1cty is just
-vbat t!.3 young opleo'l our town h.ive
needed for a long tr.i.e. It is sir.'piya
,lii.oe where t hey cau meet am", eiij.iy
ti-ii ot tier's society, wiiho.it the st.ir
riews of Hw ball room or parlor. In his
xpiDation of the iilijecte of the Socie
ty two weeks ago, Coi. Duiuiinon, the
1'rOfeMeiit, was verv l.cppy. At that
ueeling. Mr. C. S. Hill road "The Ha
ven.". ". This U nisiderod va: d.'.i
vuit piece to read W9" X, tuy jy ; :; tcx
tional elocutuijists, h'tt, i.VA ;v-J it
verv accooul '7 iu'ieJ. wi.xes
frctxi 'uid Curiosity I
io -' i n
M M. McKav read Poe a elcgpt .'Kite
v 1 "
poem, "Annabel Lee." He read it flu
' intly, but his voice is not suited for such
a svuipathiac pieco. 4f is line, sonor
ous voice is butter 8iiited to read the
rpeecii ff a statesman, cr a glo-.Ting
Mtrain of loo"-ouce. Tue p.-eatoht uo
cp94 of the craning, however, w: the
reading of a hcuintoiu poem by Miss
Hwm a wuiii'ig scene by Jajnt-s
Russell Lov ell. au:l sUefsad bo naw.J
ly that ever nart ::le oi ha qiia?iit hJ
:or had ei1;ut'ou the appreciative t;t!i
euco. Lot Friday, t.olc'suiitb s fa
mous y iuco, "Sho Moops to ctmruer,"
tzmI '. J young ludien and ,;ci:tle
:nen representing the i'ciuale aud inaJe
- characters of the pieco. The i-lMi-aciers
;n this auiusiug Ily were Svimirably
. ast, Siting them naturally and e-uily,
although there were apparent Jirit'ri
nicies iu the ages of some ; tor instance,
where Sam. Hill v9 tnttdithe fatlierof
3!at. Wilkes. And yet iS'at's chaiacter,
4 Marlow," suited hnn 'to "a 'J Miss J.
!., as VMiss Hardcatle,r' looked as
wweet as a sweet pivklo, and made iove
iu the moat heart-rending maimer. Dr.
". as "Tonv," was a brick a trunip.
Mrs. P., as "Mrs. Harcaslle," was prof
ably tbo tiuot ai'trs uu tho kOic. It
is bard to iuiagiiio that, without much
practice, how tbo acts so well those tNtrt
where she castigates iter iiepi lord with
a cruel tongue. "Miss 'tville" was
suierbly represented, by a young lady
who looks like she U "the daughter ol
hundred lords." She is a natural
home actross. It is a liule strange, that
those pereons wlo are k levlly im-apa-ple.ol
feeliu the divine pillion ct
Jove, can liesi simulate il. Mr. Cliildis,
as "Hastings," bsjkcd just like a city
gent who would delight la mining
away with the lair "Mis Seville." Mr.
Bond, as " HardeatJle," did well. Herw
after, atiiuiiou of-, uew nieuiln-rs will
nly take place once amonth. This will
greatly lessen tiie amount ot business
. ait each meetiug, which is quite a bore to
sou it persons.
r Tar the Itelldaya.
- Iu udd. lion to Frauk Aydelotl's large
tiupply ol frtah oyjteiY, he will bave a
line iotol'g&uie, such as wi'.d ducks,
Priarie chickens, phfasants, Ac, and all
kinds of "iue iisli.
To Mrhol 4'OHimlasioorr.
Scbool Commissioners will remeiiibor
that the lifiih iit. is tho last Thursday
of the mntb, the duy Jor the lust regu
lar meeting of the Board of Education."
business ' iul lmKrUuce to the
achools will le tranwted, nd every
cojiimiHs'oucr is -pecially reviuesUd to
be present. H- T. GoRDos, Sup t.
M. A. t. Frlerson has received a new
lot ot music. We haye received the fol
towlug from bim : "Sweet Sixteen
March," bv Trcyet ; "Recollect ious ol
ChUdhood' by J. 1 Sweets ; "Think or
Darling," bv Cbus. Miers; "Close
i-ibbbuHera. Willie is dead," by J as E.
teUwart; "Vou will always find me
true," by Will lIayB. Ho h. also just
received a r.cw stock ol books, pictures,
and evoryihli. else in his line, suitable
for hoild'ay presume
OTEB THE COCHTT. -
J ack end a J eunett by the epirooty. He
say he has lost about fRttK) ; worth of
stock this year. The dogs" irave killed
many of his sheep. He tkinks his catt'e
are afllictod with something like the ep
Mr. Wilse Trousdale recently less a
Jack by the epizooty. ,
Mr. Robort Craiir has lost a Jaik lor
which he paid f ' - .
" The epizooty has killed several ani
mals for Mr. Iias Armstrong, we under
stand. - - t
Mr. J. M. Gardner has sold his farm.
about two miles beyond Mt. Pleasant,
on the pike, to Lewis Pickard, at about
nttv collars ner acre. We trust Mr.
Gardner, who is a breederol fine sheep.
win not leave our coutiy,
Marriage seems to be as contagious as
small pox, in the Mock Spring country.
Those who are not married, are reported
to ue preparing. : ' ,
It is reported, and believed, that
wedding will 'soon take place in this
conniy, ine onae oeing forty years old.
ana me onaegrootn iweniy-oce. .
Capt. X. J. .Vaughn has sold to Mr.
D. A. Dngger the Manrv Mills, on Rnth-
erford creek, recently purchased by him
irom loo Asnion esiate.
- A marriage license was Issued yester-
oay lor toe union otjwr. ST. Akin and
Mrs. C. P. Krwin, ot the Rock f ring
cjusiry; ana aimougo raining incs.4-
santly yesterday evening, we were mi
nus a minister from this place, which
m a glorious omen ot another marriage,
Walter Pillow, a successful youug tar-
trer, near Colombia, has embarked it
the dairy bnsineas. and . niirnnneu fur.
nishing thecitiKens with pore and una
dulterated milk. Sitnated on one of
the nnsst farms the county affords,
and knowing bis imdoinltabie will, we
are prepared in advance to announce bis
undertaking a success.
Thoa. II. WilliamaT" an intelligent
young farmor, and Mr. R. P. Led better.
i he uoten breeder ot iserksbires, both ot
this-onnty, correspond for-thst excel
lent agricultural periodlcar. the Mural
K very interesting debate will take
Jilace on Friday in Christmas between
t. P. Fraser aud W. 11. Timmons, at the
Knob Creek Christian church, four
miles from town, beginning at 10
o'clock, a. m Subject, "Resolved, that
it Is inconsisent with the Christian
character, and contrary to the teachings
of the Bible, and therefore sinful, tor a
Christian to bold office in human gov
ernments." Fraser affirms, and Tim
Esq. W. A. Bailey has removed from
the vicinity of Spring Hill to Culleoka.
The 'Squire matte an excellent magis
trate, we learn, aud his neighbors were
norry to part with him. His successor
in tlie magisterial oflice has not yet been
elected, but we understand that a great
man y can Jidates are In the field, or
threaten to come in when the race be
gins; and among them, a negro.
An accident occurred on the Railroad
on Mrs. Ellen J looker's farm, about
three miles south ol Columbia, last
Wednesday night, about 0 o'clock. The
construction train was . coming north,
and one of the wheels having a detect,
it broke down at the place above
mentioned, aud six cars were thrown
over. A negro named Dockof Aths
ens, Ala., bad bis log br6kea,'"and can
not possibly live. ' M& CO. Harrison,
conductor of the train, was Injured, but
not seriously. The wreck was cleared
by ten o'clock yesterday morning, and
the train running regularly,
lit another column, odr fellow-citi-wn,
Melville Williams, Esq., offers for
sale a lot of fine Ayrshire cattle. Th se
cattle are the defendants of a herd im
ported by lien, O. J. l'illow before the
war, and arc known to be best suited to
the Southern farmer. In a recent num
ber of tho Mural inn, that paper refers
to this herd in a very complimentary
manner. Dr, William, . a prominent
fanner of Davidson county, bought a
few of Oen. Pillow's herd. Those of
our friends desiring first class milch
cows shoo lit not fail to call on Mr. Mel
ville Williams, and buy some of bis
bent, as t bey can buy them cheaper from
him than b"mlihg abroad.
Messrs. E. 1J. Spencer and Wm. Mc
Coy, gentlemen long aud favorably
known to the public as experienced
millwrights, have pnrcbsscd i interest
in tlie Grt-gory MiUa, on Kuthenord
crock. They "guaranteo flour of the
lines! quality, having purchased machi
nery ol the "latest and most improved
Interna, for Us manufacture. The
8in!!Himiiirw,Hs every farmer knews,
is of great importance, for if it be an in
terior make, it is impossible to get good
I our, however well the grinding may be
done. These gentlemen have the Tan-
dergrif A Potter spsnt icaciiina, ackno
let'ged t!-o besi tnanuiasturea. They
pave a corn teller that will shell a
tha-issnd iwihels per day, whicn they
have t ili 3 use pj customers.
Perhsps.no nuhiacS haa clalc:rd the re
tention ot the cl vili :ed world more than
that of common schools, dc ring the
pree;nt ceutury. In several ol the Eu
ropean States, children are compelled to
attend schools, which are supported at
t hecoetof the government. In Prussia
the subject of education has received
more r'tsntion than in any other coun
try, auJ tier syaleu nearly perfect.
Universal intelligence sionoLabaivaDce
that power to the Tory front rank &;npng
nationalities. Other Europese.. States,
that have nrplacted the groat work of
cultivating the mind and morals of the
young, by rafnsing to establish pood
free lu-booi systems, hare retrograded,
as in I he cuse of Spain, aud become sec
ond cla:a powers, tu wiveraf cf the
Eastern Stale in the Union, parents
ray betiued for iiogiectLng toson i their
children to school. "Tbeso'dtates, forin
leilii;enw, 4iid lirst in our , nioc. In
every Slte Mrine Boit of provi
s.on has Uien r .ado for schools; but in
some it amooa to almost nothing. Our
ops S'ats . a prominent exaiuplo. The
stal ite books are full ot elaborate acts
saUiug loriu a ciaguiticent rysteni ; but
none or th act :nako deuate pro
visions fur carrying Lie syUHn into
suocestfAi 1 iieratioii. In this regard t ho
lant j eg! slain re, which was cooib-xr.-iv
bly fruital mid careful ol the Statu s y
inony interests, inaniiestly shirkeii a
most iiujortant duty. Instead of levy
ing a tax upo.i the Otala lor educatioual
purposes directly, It &:iuply enaeted that
the Couuty Courts, of ilje reupactiye
oountiCFi, Lnig'rt lew a tax, not to es
coej thceflthe Stto tsa uuJ tbnn left
the whole hcuie ' th 'l a:: 1 ca
price;.' of tho Couuly xluiist. Jlt the
next Ii-.i,latnre do its duty qn this dub
Jcci. 'i 03 Ma?stiaea oIHrnr ovAi coun
ty, lit thi'ir hoiior be it .said, did make
lair provision ;or Die ; 'aj but in a i
large ULUiioor ui. ujuituivo .iiurwim..i'
limud to iovy any i:c at .ill, aiiJ ibu.r
children aro g-oiving up in bjaortocj Jt
vHI devolve upon our County Oou.l, a.1
iis.lauua.y term, to mahe further jbro
visiiiiu for that ea-. an J v. e trust they
will reali.X) the iiii;wrtauco of luei-iat-j
ter, and treat it v- it h tiid seriotn earnest-1
ues jt merits. No niiiUer will ootaa up
for cousideraiion tnatwill more ujupiy
att'wl thel .tniu of Maury mmuty, and
this portion of theMa.i. L -t us iie
good Birb iois, and Maury will a'- iiu oi.-i-tantdav
take t high m'sd-J for iotilh
geuce and morality. We are tirsd Iihv-
l ing iv UTOWii iii our mem ' "
f old i;m'.v .SU"t-o isa'icviid i;i ijfiiu-
rai.ee l.i i he V niori 'rt a I'mtiira Ijc
ii;,k.r first. Tli:re is iiHtjve viaur tit' inlol
Ijct !iir.!:ii in th.' i'K', and it ou!y V-4'
inainn f.-.r tho -.hcrilitis to make proper
proviMos ( ij-us cu'iivution. Wiilttey
doit' - - - :. v-
L'cdri tli's; i.iuni, a etiirosponaeoi of
t'ie Union it- A Hiffuan mokes 'he follow
ing very Ki:nUd maiks. Maurv coun
ty is liKsi"g thousanas ct dollars every
yer on account of the depredations of
dogs aud the uucertaiuty of sheep rais
iug. Or grastsy hilk and meadows are
peculiarly tdted for sheep raising, but it
ran nwr be done Successfully until the
vast hordes ot dogs ia the county are
utterly debtroyed. Toe correspondent
"We way get a dog law one of these
days; nieautime let sheep-growers help
themselves. Post your lands and make
your neighliors believe you are in ear
nest. Shoot all stray dogs, and use
strychnine liberally, whenever a sheep
is killed or dogs get too plenty. Limit
vour employes to one dog to a family.
They may grumble at rVrst, but will oon
thank you for it ; or if they don't yield
the point, waive it and use more strych-
a -dangerous fondness that easily
shapes iuto tne habit of killiug them.
Buy it way froai ho in 3; tie up our wn
dogs (to prevnut their eating steep as
well s tiuir getting killed), and put it
out quietly, ..
"Out of a flock of a thousand, I bave
lost by dogs just bar ia ten months.
Id thai time I have poisobei some
twenty-live dogs, oidyoueot which (my
own, by-tbe-by), was worth anything.
In five years' experience we never onco
failed to stop the killing by using the
poison, spile of tho superstition that a
sheep-killing dog never returns to e-tt
bis victims. The great secret is to
change the sheep to a fresh pasture as
soon as any are killed, leaving the dead
onoa, well poisoned,, where they died."
.. Ieiitk ef Aattlwr OI CStlceo.
Xn Jesses M. Wlttte died at hia
deur-o in" this place Isst Weilnesday
evening. ; Mr. White was born in Roane
county, in this State, March 2d, 1802.
His parents were from South Carolina,
ami ware on their way to (Williamson
county, Tenn., to settle, at the time of
his birth. - Ue .ived with hia parents in
that county until ISltt, when the family
moved to this county and settle near
, D-xk's Mill, on Carter's Creek,4 and be
camo to this place and apprenticed
himself to Mr. Win. Voorhies for three
years and six months, to learn the sad
dler's trade.- Six mouths before his ao-
. prenticeship expired, he married Miss
Sarah B. Johnson. On tne l.ith of Sep-
tember, 1S71, be celebrated his Golden
Wedding, on which occasion Past Grand
Wm." J. Andrews made hies a preseat,
in hehRlfof Columbia Ledge, No. 3, 1. 0.
U. F.. of which be was a chartei mem
ber: and it was his dying request that
bis brother Andrews should officiate,
and conduct the services of the order,
of which be was so long an exemplary
member, having filled every position in
his Lodge which hi brethren could be
stow upon him. Mr. Andrews being
absent, was telegraphed to, to which be
promptly responded. .
Mr. White was the father of sixteen
.children, the giand-father of thirty-nine,
and the great-?rand-father ot four. He
filled cnanT responsible and important
civil positions, being at different times.
City Constable, Alderman, and for ma
ny years a Justice et the Pence; Chair
man ot the County Court, and Jailer.
. , He died, alter a protracted illness,
professing a strong hope of being in
"favor with Him who reigns In glory
and majesty on high."
Mr. White was to bave been buried
yesterday evening at 3 o'clock, but ow
ing to the inclemency of the weather, it
has. been postponed until 2 o'clock this
(Friday) evening. All friends and ac
quaintance are invited to be present. -
The Railroad Tax Rich Ha vs. Peer
Me. ...'. .
Some ol the property-holders iu Co
lumbia regard it very unjust that men
who own no property, should vote to tax
those who dm. Poor men of highly sen
sitive consciences are afarid of doing vi
olence to justice and right in so voting.
We propose tosbow that one party should
not complain oi, nor tne otner nesiiaie
in this matter.
Suppose every man who Owns no prop
erty iu Colombia, and those dependent
upon him, should remove from the town,
and those remaining occupied their own
houses, from whom would the owners of
store houses and dwellings receive their
present income? If there were no la
borers, no ioor men, no non-taxpayers
in Columbia, will any sane man deny
that it would not be a Babylon of a
place in three years f Will any sane
man wbo values bis reputation, assert
that the non-taxpaying part of our pop
ulation is not the circulating life blood
of the town? These propositions are
too self-evident to be repeated. We
will submit one other view ot this mat
ter. A., who owns a store room upon
the Square, rents it to B. for $1,000 per
annum. B. is a poor man, and depeuds
upon the business he dos in bin store
to support his fatuity, which ho scarcely
more than does.,He believes;that if a rail
road is built to Lewisburg ou the east,
and into Hickman county on the west,
that the trade ot Columbia will be so
increased as to reasonably cause, him to
pay to his landlord the $l,t0o rent per
aniiuui. A proposition for a slight tax
upjn the owner ot the property is made.
Can he hesitate ou conscientious grounds
to vote the tax, when the tax itselt will
be paid from the enormous rent that be
pays the owner of the property ? Can
the honest and liberal property-holder
refuse to do that which causes his houses
to approximate toward being as fully
remunerative to the renter as the price
of the rent he demands? Poor and rich
men are equally dependent upon the
other all are tax-payers. Tbo laborer
who buys his daily supplies from the
merchant, and wbo pays bis beavy rent
quarterly to the property-holder, and
wbo pays a sugbt tax to tue corporation,
are all equally tax-payers.
Important la Tax-payero.
We see that the City Marshal Las giv
en UOdays' notice, by band bills, to tax
payers. Tbetttiardot Mayor ana Alder
men bits instructed him that they will
bold him responsible for all nrco!!-ctel !
solvent taxes. So parties owing taxes
vill rake it to their interest, to call and
pay up, otherwise their property will be
sold v satisfy the same,
. Owing to the extremely unfavorable
weather, the Concert of vocal and in
strumental music, which was to have
taken piaceat the Institute laht Thurs
day night, V'as postponed to next Mon
day night, when It will take place. The
prcooeda of the Concert will be devoted
to procuring benihes and othe- neces
sary exjwnsos, for the Pariah school,
t. liich ail of cur citizens should ieel an
inrereot io. Let evorybody attoad.
. Tea Nights fa a Hai-Uooin.
The members ot Milner Ixxige of Good
Templars will per lor if this popular play
at hamner Hall to-night. The following
is the dramatis person1, -
Joe Morgan.......... , ;.'.....1 P. Eskow.
Sa-iple Swichel, ....... .C. K. Priest.
Simon Siade', D. C. Helm.
Frank SI ade,. ....... H. If. Ouest.
Harvey Green W. R. Moore.
Mr. Romaile,....- E. E. Erwin.
J dd it e Haiumopd, .....,.,. J. J Bullock.
Willie llanimond, ......... E. Owen.
Ned Hargroves, J. A. Peters.
Judge lijnun, ., ........ iT. R. Wilkes.
Tom Peters- i. T. Goad.
Mis, SI ado, . . Miss Emma Pickeus.
ilrs. Morgan, Miss Annie Erwin.
Mrs.Hainui0rid, M''3 Allice Cook.
Mary Morgan Miss 2elle Ouest.
MehiUbleCa.twjight, Mrs N. Yeost.
The Family Favorite.
Tins is the Trade Mark of the New
Weed Sewing Machine; for undoubtedly
this is one of the Oast aewiug machines
iu the market. This niacbiue has on! v
been b'ifore the public about rive yearp,
and it has received over IdO gold niedals
and 2,(00 r.rcniiuuis and diplouiax, and
H recommended by all wbo have tried it
to be the bent. This machine does all
kinds of work, from the very finest of
Swiss. Nainsook. Lace, Ac, to thirty and
forty thicknesses ot Muslin, through
lentiii"- and boards of nearly half an
inch in thickness. A machioe posses
sing ench an adaptability and versatility
of power, is not ouly wonderful to vil
li, a, hut deserving all the encomiums
vhich van be bestowed ojou itt and to
all who want to buy a machine, we
M'Oiild aJviao them to try the Weed be
fore ouyiiK. .
' A wr.gon, belonging to a cotton fccto
ry in Lawrence county, aud 1 jaded with
?;.:n cuttou, was atillaiitally set on fire
hf the dnvor, who wasdruuk,one night
iiit k.ehii: ClU'Uiti. The lire was ex
tiugusiiea wiihutil .iolng much damage.
Vr. ti. i-'tonoj ai Waa c;unty, killed
two hogu, iaieiy, i.jOuthj old, one
weighing 4IXJ poiiinls snd the .thar
;Oii.;.is; F- V. Gallaway, of the ii;io
co-.tuly, h- als killed one 2 months
old, wV'diiug -I'M pounds. Tbey attri
J ijuu ihu.r iacwai la iaising Hue hogs to
! the 'net lu;.i they iia.a coasod their
stork with that ot it. A Jjaihettar, of
j i'aury county.
I Tho TVitynosboro' Itcricw ;iys that it
! i1 lepoited that Dr. LoveUml, of Perry
v.euuty, is dead. He resided lor a short
lime hi (Xilumiiia.
The jaii u Vaynesbro lias been re
built, " ,
Churi-'i-giiers in Wayne county, eai
pea mils during preaching. v."
Elder G. fV'. Harris died at his resi
dence near Dyerburg, on the iHh inst.,
aged 75 years. He was a brother o! Ex
Gov. lshaui G. Harris.
Mr. Harris, of Rutherford county,
coutouiplates manufacturing cotton and
bay presses at Ly on ville, Giles county.
R. M. Biles, of Pulaski, died at Kan
sas city, ru the 4th Inst.
Maior W. J. Svkes will address the
citizens of Mooie county at Lynchburg,
ou to-morrow, on the subject ot the
Duck River Valley Railroad.
D. P. C. Allen, of Moore county, has
lost two valuable cows lately, from
some unknown disease.
Lynchburg. Moore county, has no
Allen Gray, living about fi miles
from Lynchburg, while intoxicated, ou
Suuday morning of last -week, stabbed
his brother, Thomas Gray, because he
refusea Ho let him use his horse. But
slight hopes are entertaiued of bis re
covery. The small pox has made its appear
ance in Lincoln county. One case, that
of a negro man, has proved fatal.
The barn snd out houses of Mr. A '. J.
Wright, lour miles West of Fayetreville,
ware destroyed by fire on Suuday night,
t be Bth int. I iocs about five hundred
A difficulty occurred a few days since
in F"ttteville, betweeu two" young
men. aged about eighteen years, uaoued
Ed Hli aud Goodie Woods which re
sulted in tho shootingof Woods ty H U
in the face. The- bail euierea tbe luft
ohe6k, and striking tlxe cheek boue
I ramrd upwards, and lodged near the
f y6" ,
&tiss Antoinette Polk, dauehter of the
late CoL Andrew J. Polk, of tbisounty.
is now the reigning belle at one of Ita
ly's favored places ot fashionable resort
Mont. Sue is a great favorite of the
princess Royal Marguerite, and is ften
a welcome and cherished guest at the
Royal Palace of Mon'ttL Miss Polk has
a home Ashwood UaU six miles from
Columbia, which is one of tbe finest res
idences in Middle Tennessee, and situa
ted in a ooTtatry whic:i Tie in beauty of
landscape and fertility of soil, with any
in Italy the darling of poets and lovers
of pleasure. She Pins kinswomen and
friends here, who are tbe equals, if not
tbe superiors, of Princess Marguerite;
and she has, also, a beau, who now
Oountx money by the thousand, and who
is, we dare may, handsomer and smarter
than any of the titled gallants she meets
with in Italy. And yet she prefers Italy
to Maury county. Snewentto Europe
soon after the war, and h.is come-back
only once in 18U7, we believe, but it
is rumored that she will soon return.
It was on her broad acres at Ashwood
that she learned the graceful equestri
anism, . which has so . astonished the
pleasure loving Italians.
. Prisoa Cruel ie.
Few people can conceive of the hard
ships that tbe prisoners in county jails
nave to wntenc yito. in onr own conn-
ty the Jailor is humane and kind, and
does as much for hia prisoners as the
law allows, but this is not so 1 1 an coun
ties. In tbe Carolinas, and Florida, the
treatment of tbe prisoners at times has
oeen oaroaxotis, Tiraer tne present ia
iral regime. We have recently seen it
stated in a Florida paper, that the pris
oners many of them, perhaps, innocent
people were treated so inhumanely,
that tbey said death would be welcomed
as a relief.1 They had been fed upon sour
Oread and rotten beet, until lire became
a living death. ' Our county jails are not
intended as places ef oun.abmeiit ex
cent in a few cases bat are merely re
positories for tbe safe keeping of tnose
wbo are charged witb crime, innocent
men are often charged with crime, and
it poverty, or being strangers, pnts it
beyond their power to make the requi
site bond, for their appearance iit court,
tbey have go to jail, and aune- tri tbe
rigors of real felons, until a trial, can be
had. It is not untrequontly the case
that men remain in jail a year or two
and are finally acquitted. Upon such
it bears hard to suffer with thieves and
murderers. The inmates of our own
jail cannot complain of their food, either
as to quantity or quality; Dut tucy are
not allowed to bave tire. It must be a ter
rible punishment to have to lie wrapped
up in a bhinket, on a bard lloor, 'for
weeks and months to keep from freez
ing. It seems to us that common hu
manity would suggest that our jail
ought to be boated by some means.
It could be done by means of a furnace
without incurring any danger
Duck Illver Valley It; IK.
It will be a source of gratification to
the people of this section to know that
the Directors of the Duck River Valley
rtanroaa are aaopting energetic meas
ures to ensue the early commence
ment of the important . work before
them. With that zealous persistency
which indicates an earnest and effective
spirit, they are pursuing the great object
in view, viz : the speedy completion of
the road. In this they are cordially
seconded by tho stockholders, while the
people along the proposed routes are
manifesting a gratifying interest that
promises to remove every obstacle in
the way of success.
ibe survey will be commenced in a
few days, beginning at Columbia, thence
to this plai-e via Lewisburg and Fay-
etteville. It will probably take four
months to complete the preliminary
n.nlr i IL. jin ... wl..l. 1 1. n . .'. 1
will be placed under contract as follow-:
From Jnhnar.niiiAKiwt .
Froui Columbia-East and West. '
From Fayettqvllle East and West.
About two-thirdsof thestock rc id red
to construct the road-bed haa liee.n snlw
scribed, aud it is the intention of the
Directors to commence operations at tho
earliest possible moment, building each
way, as lar as tneir means win allow,
relying in the meantime vpon new sub
scriptions being raised to complete that
portion ot tbe wors. The company
haveasked the town ot'Cohiiubiafor $50,
000, and the citizens of that progressive
place will undoubtedly vote the amount
almost unanimously. The county of
Hickman, in which' there is a large in
dividual subscription, has been petition
ed for 100,000, and It is generally conce
ded that the request will. bo pranted
without opposition. If tbe county votes
that amount the private subscriptions
will be relinquished. Assistance will
probably bo asked froin the town of
Fayettevilieand'tbe county ci" iiio.-.re,
and Tuliabonia may possibly bo called
upon for $3,000, payable in three j-ears.
it ts confidently expected that tho
contract will be given out and tho i.'en
at work by the first day of April, while
tbe route of the road from Johuson ville
to Colombia will be decided upon in
timetobogin operations at that date.
Tbe officers of the road mean business,
and a reasonable encouragement from
the people will enable them to achieve
success, Tbe Board of Directors deserve
commendation for 1-uving passed a reso
hit ion prohibiting the employment of
Choose or convict labor upon tho road.
This shows a proper upprociatibn of reg
ular home workmen, and a just concep
tion ot the claims of honest labor. One
ot tho male objects of this road, is to ef
fect a connection between the iron ore
ot Hickman county ' and the coal re
gions of tbe Cqinperland Mountains,
thus necessitating the erection of Blast
Furnaces at either terminus and ena
abling a train going out with coal to
return loaded with ore. Ttdlakoma Ja
dependeiit. Bales af kshlretwlne:
Mr. nenry C. Jones, of this county, an im
porter and hreeder of HerlT' ire Hogs, haa
made the following sal rxutly:
A sow, to Sam, VV. J in-e, Manry comfy.
Pa.rof Pig-,to W.B. Walker, Hipley, Uijs.
A Hoar,toJ. F.Waiker, Manrv count?.
A Uoari to A. F. Howell and Uarnball Kr
tin, Maury county. . ' v -
! A Gilt, to Joseph H. Casb, Memphis.
Two Sow Pigs to J'arian Wright, M-- -y
Ptir Ptg te W, Stent, to Pcrryville, Ttaa.
One Gilt to E. E. Akin, Maury coanty.
A Sow, to H. H. Garrett, iwrenn cuuc'.y.
A Boar, to T. J. DoraeU, Maury con.ity.
One livar, to Mark M. Cotsrill, IVv.dson
cnuntv. 4" "" "
1'eir Pigs, ti T A. Walker. Fort Caines, ..
Oaa Wor, to John W. Cecil, C-rotcr.'-od,
I'lo.ida. ' .
t i U iKtiA i.rt g.
Mr. E. W. James, "the eiii ci en t post
master at Culieoka, hac his new house
and postofiice nearly d-iio. It will be a
haud3oU9 a'ldition to lAat thriving lit
tle town. There are several other new
building in conlemplation; among
the rase, some duo store houses.
Old Uncle Joiiduy 'i'oiaba is building
again on the site where his house was
recently burned down. Siuca thadDath
of V'ucie Johnuy Fitznatri.ik, who wa3
ainaty-iive years old, Mr. Tombs is the
o,deai eltiie:i!a Culleoka, being alout
elhiy-dva vertrsolu. .
iiev. .5. 0. Avias l:as pjixhased a
bouse and lot in daiaol.u. li ought
to he good placo, iiulging ironx t!:e u .lua
ber of preachers in and around there.
itev. W. II. Wilkes has soid out h'.9
btore, ttt'.d will apply bis eutiro tii;o to
Mb luiiiisu-vy '
The lii-iifii ouaiay ,Sch3?lJs qoiny to
ba ve a Ci.Vi jt;!ias tree.
-iRiitiiTE or timezvx.
VuEA-y GkoVf IxiPtiF, No.
V. & . M .. 1 c. 7th, 1873, A.I ."7i i
It has ploiwad the Great Grand Matter
of the L'niverse to oil froui labor our
lielovini brother, Kooert O. Lov?, whq
was a Masoo and auieuiborof Starke
ville Ixidgc, ISo. , MissibSippi, who
was anion;; us on a isit when tne suni
raons cauie, md although ha had not
the kind attuutica and sympathy of his
family, aud nut surrounded ny the
brethren of his'owu Lodge who had so
often met hi in around the same altar,
and plighted their faith in sacred vows,
and learned the noble lessons taught by
our order, yet he was not without friends,
for Masonry i. its acts of charity and
kiud Offices is not confined to tiie narrow
limits of a Lodge or State, hut extent
to ail natious and dimes; and whethe--lie
bails from the "suuny South" or the
"froien North," we recognize in bitu a
brother and friend. And whereas, tho
fjodKS to which brother xve D"louged
is deprived ot attending to the l?t aau
Thereore, be it resolved, That we at
tend bis fuueral aud deposit in the grave
the remains cf our bolovad brother with
the usual Masonic lionors, ac J that we
ei'end to his bereaved family o.r heart
felt sympathy, aud thnt we wear the
usual badge of mourning for thirty
day , aud that these proceedings be pub
lished in the Columbia Herald, a copy
ba furnished the ."airily of the deceased,
also a copy to Starkeville Lodge.
Wm. B. Kannon, .
JAS. T. Ht'NT,
"Hannah" has failed to rapsrsede onr
ltaiaaier. The Postmaster Geaerol
!u' ia; it. Bsird. , ;
There i a
Jl of sioksesa in
e. w est It too JTJiI ?:--
This r-.TtAihii is often 88koJ,. pt '
pi-ops4o-answer-It by snbm-tt'.rg rvcls
2d flnrfs. H' the hclo unouas-of
bonuf b9.is3Tiod rrith;.i the aas
two raar.l'is, a terc "wh!e!i wor.hl rn?'
$3,000 fit. nn-.TO. woal l pay tho bonds
ia'twif v yfttvr?', btb principal and in
terest. This -would be fjve dollars on
eaeli tV.3:w:vnd.dol'ars wort.?t of prcp-r-ty.
No liiaa in the city would pi.T
mnch as a b'jadred dolors a year, "a: J
aio3t of tbecitl?env oald not pay iac-:?
than ten dollars a year. Some wov.I i
not have anything to pay. Tb increos j
in the valueof recta would mere than
pay the tax. The renter who pa.d twen-
ty-bvecouars more lornis st.ri bourn,
would, by the lncroa.se ot his brsine,
rent. TLa attochar.ic by getting filty
cents a dy rnoro tor hi" labor, would
raako in the Tiarcr.s bun-Jred and filly
twenty or fiity. dollars iAvre rent, ho
would still begVneroi o hundred dol
lars. The reduced price of fuel, when
this road is finished to the coal mines,
would be four times the amount of the
annual tax. Whether a man sold dry
goods, groceries, hardware, or anything
else, his business aud profits would be in
creased at least twenty-dveper cent ; the
property-owner would not only have his
property increased in value, but his an
nual income from it would be increased
twenty-five per cent ; the laboring man
would gjt more work to do and
better wages. In tbi way all nun
would be benefited. If tbVprcperty of
th-? town should bo doubled ss we
think it would, tic. all taxation, would
be decreased., one-half; that is, a sian
would only Lave to pay two dollars and
titty cants ou tho thofisand, or twerty
fi ve dollarson ten thousand dollars w.rth
of property. The above argument bPi
been made upon the supposition that
the road would declare no dividend, but
this is a mistake, in our opinion. All
dividends declared would reduce' the
taxation to that extent, end if the road
declared a dividend of 6icbt . per eent.
then the town would have notfiing tr
pay, whilst gettine all tho tntjetils.
Whonever towns are improving, besi
ness increases, labor is rewr.rdod, and
everybody who will work prospor.
This proposition now submitted to the
voters is as free from objection as auy
can bo made, and to vote it down v.ould
be death to the town. We are satisfied
it will be carried unanimously. Shall it
not be so ?
1W Marriage la Starshall lauafy.
' A singular double marriage occurred,
on the tuth inst.. at tho residence of
Capt. R. A. Wildes, of Marshall county,
on which cck vsicn his two oldest daugh
ters merged into married life. The par
ties in full areas follow: Mr. J. D.
Calvert to Miss Matt io Wilkes, and Mr.
Jonas Kellman to Miss Duck Wilkes.
The attendants were Mr. Isaao Jones
and Miss Nannie Woods, and Mr. L. A.
Woods and Miss Nannie Bryant. The
crowd was exceedingly large, and the
scene and ceremony were so solemn as
to extort tears from several. Probably
tbe most remarkable feature in tbe mar
riHgswas ibe diversity of religious te
nets as maintained by the parties. One
of the brides is a Methodist, while the
other is a Cumberland Presby terian ;
oue of the bridegrooms is a Campbell ite.
sou tue oiuer ni tne oiu .Baptist persua
sion. Truly a religious union. Now to
cap the climax, and to compromise in the
matter. Rev. W. T. Usei-v. of Colum
bia, was chosen to solemnize the rite of
piatnmouy between the diverse parties,
being a Missionary Baptist.
TIIE CEREMONY. ' '
Mr. J. D. Calvert and Miss M T.
Wilkes, Mr. J. E. Kellman ard Miss 8.
R. Wilkes are now before tbo marriage
s'?:ir toi-u-ir: :pon themselves the solemn
! tlT ";Strim?P3I' Carriage is
a .'OiC J2n inst.tution. It has its oncrin
n ,l Jb. Vlvin0 "om7.
J h'" ' v -y c Ktor himself. 1 ou will
; ibea join your right hands: .
t fl and e."ia.of 3'pu sincerly and
'Bmnl7 promise in tue proseace cf
Almighty God. and these witnewa
that in all tho relations of hus
band and wife, you will be to each oth
er true, dutiful and faithful, keeping
each other in sickness and in health, for
saking ail others and cleaving unto each
other until you shall be separated by
death. Do you promise (The parties
consent.) Then by the right of the au
thority i nvested in me, I now pronounce
you united in tho holy bouds of matri
mony, 51 ARM AGES.
On the 15th inst., by T qnire James T. Hunt,
T. J. Vaothk and Miss Matilda Bhou s.
At the rjidence af the bride's fathei Vovera
berSSth.by Bev.R. G.Irvine, Mr. wv. Mc
Kav to Mirs Kabt M. Srascaa all ol iliis
PcceiaberlDth. by luv. Dr. Mack, at tna
residence of tbe bride's father. Mr. C. C. A let .
of Wai-trace, and Miss f.svA A., daughter of
Capt. J. nountree, o. t:.is county.
Thursday evening, 1 y Rev. J. 31. P. Otts.
Dr. Alsx. Ekskiijk, of Memphis, to Misslw
(k)RK)-, daughter ol the late Uen. O. W. Gor
don, ot this county.
Ibe Dr. and his charming briJo left lust
evening for MempL's.
Oa the eveninp zf the 17th inst., at the res
idei.ee of the bride's father, in this county, Mr.
Cuai ksBcrtov, of V-ihville, and Miss Ass
May8, daughter of Scott Mayes, Eq.
In the Methotllat church, at KprinK Hill,
Frittay 13. by liev. It. ti. Irvine, Mr. Jossrii
fW. Ai.f.xakkkr and Miss Mattik Cbcmi.
Attendants ; Miss Mary Pope and Mr. Mitch
ell ; Mise Loulie Figuers and Marcus - V.
Crump; "Miss 'Sallie Chesirs and H. A.Mc-'
I.euiore ; Miss Pauline Wormaclc and Thomas
ifortleet McLemore; Miss Komie Crump
anil Mao Campbell ; Miss Annie Alexander
and Dare Brown.
"Sweetly may they live and lore,
I) .5 ppy may the union prove,
. Jcaed in heart and hand, abide
" A happy man a hnppy bride."
At the residence of the brides "ftthcr, near
Colnmbir, December 15th, by Lev. Thomt, J.
Stone, Mr.JcsK A. borrow and Miss L. B.
Doolbv, uj,Thtar of Mr. M. P. Do.'ley.
Al-Jiigaju happy life to the wcausd pair.
After the rjarriape ceremony, the la..e a
semblngi uoved off for ItockSnriny, and at
Vndcd rs-igious rervice. Mr. Alfrj4 Lolton.
jiie bridcj-i-oom' father, gaye a nice reception,
and frou. the lively discussion of "the signs of
fl.e tu-es there,'' we may look out for a
br..iin.al 8rie of weddings between now aod
S 'v.2&y morning list, at the residenco of tbe
bride's father, br .lev. W. T. L'sery, Jos
Nre.107 son and MI.s Czakxa Vaigkk, di.'gh
tcr if V.. M. A 8-jj;h.i, Es.
Tis happy couple mas most gracefully -.
ccLioaiiio.i ii- 00 tbe door by ML& Octa Vajgi.u
&q1 the k1 -nt Wet'.ey Smith. After the ur
ria ?, the pr.iftple part of the crowd burriei
ol: .a Fock SitL.-jr. where they met Mr. Johi.
liC.tou nnd Miss J.-. U Donley, t Lofton), who
had also be:n united in wedlock, t the same
hour, by Kev. Thoran.i Stone. The attendance
at church was unusually largn, and the bloom
ing brides moved with brace in their stops aud
heaven in their eys,
At CeT'trevillc, on the eveninyror t'.w 12th
iaA., Mrs. Sarah 1'. Wii.masis, wife of Sim
ueiH. W illisms, aged titty eight years, five
moLtci3 S-i-.J e-jht iiii vs. The deceased -ns the
only sister of Uo!. Iho-j. S. r.nd . il. S-.eu-cer.
November 17th, 1872, near Ht. Ties iitnt.Ttnn.,
TaoMAsk. How a an, in the hRy-s'ooi'th year
of Li i ace. He was born ptir Fount. in crrf:.
zj ooctr, February Itith, 1"
i.'fi'-' his 'A'hcldh'd tin; 12 th-s oof.r
VI 6 l 2S31 wish Trhioh he d"red,wr.. : ''net -cJ
ji-d at liciej very iain."J. lie 1 1 pai.nt
ciptiI it all. Mr. iionj.il raz tni t:n.:m,
a kind r.cihhor, ru'i iui IaOKlsv eji'.I!, dL.ii
uished for his integrity and io-.e ffr trU:.
Ill; nil in. sustained by tha hope that h'l
ueilii, Jliiiusn snd to theui, has beer. hs infi-.
Oi-riuF o ins Coi.i?ms:a Hihai.d, )
Frills'. lnC 2 -H.il, 131 Z.
Bnntn X me In market.
limtnt e 2 V.
WicHie T.ic.jl W V Aok.
Iia-Itt io"e ?huht'l.
fVittoa Htolii' i wntn for low midaiin?.
Pttt Hut 7 to . v, for Hiokmau aud Lewis
cvimty peaa;f to7."ic for Maury county peua.
allxjn Seed lc Pr 1 .
Uirn tic. None iu market.
Cu?i KiOjiic; Java, &Hs:U Lauuira, ?5.
f.;i OU S7Kc hv tiie barrel; Ale. sat.
t'aiJ.V -nZjC. P..
.fi-'ni i'r.u'. Apoles J to 8c; H peaches V;
iiPt-iiclifs A'.-ji; peeled pt-acheiB to e. dull
j S0:'Jt.ic. bnshet-
Sue. Noo iu niarket
U-'.iU'i a,d tivw-ieouia, "Oc.3100; jol-
liru symp, bliftlo.
(ia: jihioi.-. Viuhel.
Hye. Sit., ijo. bushel,
Carload, &3.70; retail, 45 J bhl.
Soup 10(3, 10c.
.Wo 1 !uc.
iSih;ui Sew Orleans, ll(5tlSc; Demerarn, 14il
lc; At.uKar, loo; crushed and tuaaulated,
WoU Waslied, 4l; unwashed, 25 to SUv Ut
ile coniiiig la.
Wfceal Klriu al125to Sl.
One hundred and fifty acres cf land, one
mile from Bpring Hill, and tuljoiiiiu the Uti.1
of Major C rap tll Br owu. ApitiTV
Doc. 20lh. ot. MM.MAllX' B.POLE,
I'jr ;nilii0tij LasteiW-fa'rly. shic; a:
I j-rrest pri;e, I a iv- gid' out gj o ';
f'.oJscurchM-fl It", ncntl t.. li . or
t'j i'.ri'jdjii her 4 sr .l-.ttrsciic ' t':
BC.i?cu-Mesujia. Tos.Utlici.iii.c-Jy. I'll.
in-.-i.Cw ti-jza at fiijcj tu; Cicaot fill'
pa?. . ." . . . y.r. j. Tn-?u ;
&c&-tunt sttock : '
oi Louis. iiio-i .', ..',, aa1 f end
Ciu'Jrsns tr. r 'j.-aiiht i:- Cztti&U ' rJi-.
as ssei at Eiiees .j . s..ai, au,i ui hi ml I
loTtrfora5t tli csa tai'iuc1ti :?!Thdr3.
Hare you uppllcd yoarjolvas .'.a -all Ui
' vrB Ift. come a: o-t, aaU
ine tDT mn stock
i ik ficliaS, t"' --i-.
fewtsfs : -y , j
To Aiva3.t' :- " .
Is to co and boy hcui&Ei-'' P. ots and Vai.
thatyo-j flcJatSLcss loa's, that fetavl
of Oak UaflaJ Issihuf. aiivi by the bt: .'ran 1
luada workaioa. '
Ciret Reriactioa i a Prices, '
Owing to the removal of W. E., Brown Si
Co., to thalbuiliilus now occupied by the
Bank of CohimMa, on the 1st of January
next, thoy' offer for. the next thirty days
their entire stock at greatly reduced piices.
4-llirowu Domestic, 12;; JtBrowa Donies
c, liJi; 1-4 Bleached L-omestic, 12; 4-1
Bloache, pood, Domostlc, 1; Black M-
paccaa.of aii trader, at Itx-s fhaa Nashvslia
"rto; 100 pieces Keutucky Jean II to IS
ceuta per yartl le-s than elsewhere; .Boots
and Shoes i to Trveut per pair undar every
one else ; the best of calicoes 10 to 12 cent.-. ;
Clothing exlreiiiely low Cell nad'se iot
yonrrelvitU jY 'Hinxbuj. la . this jtun-ertlse-in?r.t,Lu'.ai!laiii
statamest cf Ctc:s. Fr
mt is call on this house, ?nd buy youV Jean-i,'
Clothing, Boots, .Shoes, Ac. Brbig your
wives and dt.uglitflrs along for their Dre-V
(iootla, Colicois, Dotnestlrs, Ac- Bocieihct
the house. W. E. Baows Con
Ibe New Cheap Cash Hoie. '
Dec. 13.-4 if.
. . WiUteU yea,
Iho Ijeot wj to secure good aaolih is to kco;i
your feet dry and warm, which yoc oae Cer
tainly do by going to Sbeesog i Son's an l
getting Beots and Sheas that are made for that
All those indebted to Williams A Tyler, for
the present and past years, sjjrill please come
iorwam aD'lsctt!eliniiiHliatcly. dw, 18 5?.
Tbe old Cliesp
- Of S'heegog A Son
Keeps bettor Boots, ' . , ; '
keeps better Shoe;-." ' ', '
' '- Kaeps better Hats sad Caps,
Sells c'nejner Boots-. ' i " ' ,.
Soil caoapcr Shoe?,
A'cll obeaper Uats an l Caps
Than cm be found ia Columbia. Everybody
is invited to come as J he convinced of ths
" A meeting of ths Stockholders of the
First National Bank, Columbia, Tcan., f jr tha
election of officers and directors for tho ensu
ing year, is called for the second Tuesday ic
January next.- A full ictetins is desired.
Dec. 13, 187i. James F. C:bf3.
. LaiiiM and (1:il4rras
For Christmas ar.d Few Terr's .
Trajer.ts ' .' -
Now offering at Xew York vrie- for cash hy
rresen(3 in Gre.it Varieties, arc to be fir.nd at
M. J. Eryant's Emporium of Fufhinn.
Later than the latest.
Cheaper than the cheapest. "All the Kcrcl
ticsofthe season, both in Milliperr. rn-y
Goods. Toys and Varieties, which will he of
fered for sale at Great Bargain. An' ex'rpi
c.ntion of thestoek folicited before you bity.
Good? received daily by express. lf4 I--2
For the very liberal patronage extcnue.i to r.?
the past four year?, we mngt respectfully co
licit a continuti ce, confident th.-.t we csi sell
a better, cheaper and more stylish Boot, .'-boe
oTi i Hat for cs.sh tbin enn be found in Colum
bia. ' EtnKKGoc & .Sox.
New Style ITats sndB.inret? tM 3 Hryant's
Ker Goods, New Good?, dtrect from Xew
Tork, just received at M. J. IttrsntV
A ts'e will be held nt the resideiso of the
unders-gned, Tuesday, December 21th, 1ST;,
commencing at 11 o'clock, A. M., f which
will be sold Hortes, Cattle, Milob Cows, one
Yohe of 0en, Waeiron, 1 fine Bugsy Eors.
Ilorses, Farming Utensils, Bec, Corn, Fod
der, Ac. Terms to snit rnrchiises.
The Truster' snle of Morris tirlfiius real
and peRKiuitl projierty, which .was to have
taken place on t.ic 3d day of December, 1TI
has bwii pnntiinel to JSnturtiay, Jannarr
tth, 1S7:. The Mstponeineut ia inade lie
cause Dome of the horses and mule lw
longing to f. Uriflin are afflicted wiiii toe
epizooty. ee ndvertlHement..
Strayetl or stolen from the undersignu, .n
the lnlilio Hiiar. ia Columbia, Nov. 2Wh,
one rOKKKL JJ,r:E, bridle hii1 mi.W'e,
apd6or7'eai.-. .-' y infrniut:on thnnk
fully received, uii l I!h?rel lewaril gl,-en
for the recovery ot my Iurt4i, .
Nov.55)-tf I). A. LUCMJEH. :
Ilairc ulj, rhirnonj and plaiU, io rei" od
All styli-a in leather belts. -.
A fn!l:k.'-tmeat of ail.ti-a :'rt nuvel
atM. J.i'ryart's. .
Kotf.l . . , .
The undersigned hi. j.ot ot! ha-id 0 .r C-i
thousand feet cf good sen.tcned Lt'MBliK,
which'he will doiiverin C'dnm'.ia at tbe mar
ket price. Fi particulars apr'ly to Einlry
Friersoo, or Martin, Embry 4 tfrijlit.
J . O. YCVTQH.
Columbia, Arg. f, IS7J. tf.
s.)-v cold Measber
Is K IIr
Act Fr: t scJilud ,
Is fi.mn Expected.
Then go to hhftrc.f k Sea's and let your Ciot3
and Shoes, th a will k'-ep your Fact Loih Dvy
an. Warm, as they keen the test aud cheap
est in i lumbiaj t156'-' 13. -
XI itMli.-i and I'apcm. Lsd;cs vho
musk t'.cir fat es and necks with enamels en
danger tbeir health to no put pose. The pias
ter work deceives nobody. Toere is but one
article known which Kill restore a blembhod
complexion or create external bntlancy -and
blood where they have udver ht-rctrifoi e exis
ted, and that article U Uaoan's Dii.M It ier
forr.is this Uiilci mraid by ialusiu viuiiiy
int 1 ibe 6km. Tha an J herboal j uices f
which it ia coiupocd gently siioiubU) ilie
cii-cuhvticn iu the minute blooil vessel:), nnd
bnce the neivi'o.k of lKrvti through which
th3y taa. 't hus ijuickeued aol Slrutheua4
t'r.t exicru&l coveihi soon acquires a fi-C8h
anj btalUiiuI hue, iJ et-ry traco of bXik.w
ness luii;ipcai j. Tl.t paUat checks - th-riv
from the btki.tifyin Laot'sm of this iltKiltal
cwtueiiou warir.is. liue, and ihl arms, iiiu-'s
and ue !;, a Llc.udi- lusirn whish the tui'it
itui, who j!ro:ofiw nii:e liatej ':buauifal
forever" wuhtuaii- (ioUooouS cetueat, rxa iiei
er hone to initiate.
ZI'f f I.6C0 lSewanTwill be paid by ilm pit
prtelor of Dr. I'lcrito'o Uoidcii led!ckl hiaouv
ery for a meuiwiiic iliii wiileqital it in cur-a
vei-eind llnpdiiag Coughs, liroiichitij and
disci cf thtflhiiiga. ' ' . .
Restores Hay or Fadid Hair,
AXII AS A 1)K1.S.-N.T IH ETtiflSITB.
ST01'.- llAiii ViM.il litUSii, i't'K-X DA
iiKl K, iif:ij.vtl. A.Mi ALU .l.t'l
'flVt UK 1HK W AI.K" '
Tlie Moat Veriest llaUr tUrtvrep
"Luiidtiti tver tfairCohir lli.aicrer."
"lioililuu intibiiuccd. i-iir Oolur "oiU.rr."
''hijiiuuit liatr ik-iu' HJl'..iwr.',
"Louduii lloavd AS.T Cdiof Hasltjer."
"Luuduu liii:r Culuf He!orir."
''Louduu Kevlotcl h'.t Ci.la.-Kc-ior .r."
"Lonjuu Ji.tir IJ iluf Iv-nsr."
"Loatluu : villi Huh-Cv.lorW-i.i'.'er."
"ljuaciuii U..ir C'uior l'i:urer."
"Loimtiii V Hair. iu-Color Haiiurcr."
r-kt),J." couts a botilo. Iir.cCAifiS &
fcolaAouu ior tne 1 oi
Hu'id by i). C. iiLL."l, Onluinbia.
OOliOFULA, BAD BLOOD, tc-l
Dr.Swayners btood purifyinPanacea
Curo! Goitre or Swelled Neck, ulcerated sort
Dr. Swayne's Blood Purifying Panacea,
Cures Ulcerated Sore iessl
Dr. Swaynt'g "Blood Purifying Panacea.
Cures boiu, pimples, dark blotchaa, indolent
tumori, bad ehecU ui liiarcury, uercurial and
yphilitio dissjsjs. -
'Skin Ilee,S tiywe's 01utmeat.r'
"Itch" t' lick fromli toi$ hoHrt. "Tetter."
Swayne's Oiuimoiit cures Totter.
mWi Oictkini cufes Suit Ithenn.
Swayae'siiinttneiit cares Itchiue Filed
,Sa.ynes's Ointment eures.rbr's luh.
Swayne's Ointiuuct euro S.:r.; 1 Head.
?rryari only by Ui, . & i SOS, No.
3t. otiiii kt reet, rhihidaliihii. Sold by
Ue Ajint. 1. C. H thi!, CtJattLii.
Lt W WEBS. A. a Principal.
(-'-;lt.' n -.u.l l';rarJ,1ncledlngliht'.Tali
to i.'i, poi- term oi" Ave month
the bes-t Miislaincd work
1 Ue iroft." .
j o tte la.
Tha ever incteasirir ir-'nlKtios of this excel
lent monthly proves iH e'tatinvd adaptatioa
in popular desires and needs, lndaed, whea
wa think into how aiany hmnaa it penetrates
very month, we uiust ouider it s on of the
educators as will 3S entertainer of tbe pnblie
mind, for its van popularity has been won by
no appeal to eiuuid prejudice or depraved
tastes Knn li .'. ).-.
The character fh'.c'a this Matratine imwi
fnr variety, entecri.e, artintie wealth, anl
literary culture tkat has ktptpae with, it it
k.is not led th tiina. should rauss its tun Juo
tors to reaol it Tith jurti .ablc romplscai-y.
Il alaa an tit lea ILam tu a areal em iui nnnii -
public gratitude. 'J he Jfasiuint has done rx l 1
and not evil all th days of its life. ttr. '. -.
Eagle. . i
! . , Sl'bt:. :IT)LT Jl LLCSTRATEIX
I he TT.vi '. is the ablest and most r OTeriVl
illustrated i-erindical pablished in this v.yii
try. Its editorial a scholarly and cotsi--ing.
and carry maeh weicht. Its iUn-:tr..-iu
of current events s-e full and fres'i. and in
freprd by our !c-st desirners. W ith a eircu
atiimof lS0."i.tbe t' - W in read by at lean
ha'.f a million peror:. and ita iaHuenre as an
organ of opinion is .J:iip uremend.ius. Xiiu
Weekly maints - -itire position,' and
expresses tie-id"! ". oa political and social
problems -Lri'." M, Vomrirr JvmrmaL
r HarpcrV Bazar.
Sfiie Bsrrr is''iitei with a contribtitioa cf
fcwt and U'ent th'-t we .-"!dom fibd in any jour
nal; and tbe jnurn.' i'.sa!f n the ergaa "of thj
great werld of fa;.i...ti. I'.-;ston Trarellt .
The Baxarcorri: !-riO itself to every me.Mbtr
of the houwhold th children by droll and
pretty pictures, U yoer tatfies by tts fh-ion-pltes
in endle&a rrnetr, to the nroriiU ul
matrun by ir; patterns fortiM children's pate--fam:Us
if its tssteful I'esigna frr einlir.id-
erc.! slippers sod luxnnous dremini;s5wne.
Biit '.he rtadins-nisttcr t f the Bazar
fnrnilr of "n-at excel ieiv.e. The nper
ac)iTired a wide yn'sriy for the firesid n
joymsDt itafl'ordo. S. Y. vsnic; Tost.
SritSCIUlTMrXS ISTS. Term.
IIabick'3 MAOAZiss.one ysr Cf (W
Harpbr's Weeki,v,ot! tesr, 4 1
Hani'ER'sBaar, onyer. 4 W
An Kxtra Copy of either of II Magar'n?,
TVee'-ly cr l?ar will be suppVed sn'atis for
eveiy Cluhcf 'treStn.-)Fiiie!.i at ?4 Weach,
in one ramhianoc; or six copies fcr 20, with
ont extra copy. '
Subccribtions t- iiarp?r's Mags7.tn Week
ly, and Blair, to one tiddirss for unnyaar,
0 00; or luouf Harper's Periodkids, to one
,dJress for oneyoar,-7 Co.
Hack nunihiirs can be applied nl r.y t'tr.e.
TLo postteoii Harper " Ma;4ziu is 21 ct.
a year; iiarpers v ectiy ets a year au.l m
Harper's Uasr 2D cts a yesr, which must be
pail at tbe subscriber's oflice.
f assrtmo t'lis method of annenncing t the
public tiiat 1 has e just ip--i 1 a new and com
itate str-s of raiily l'r-v.ries, on South
.ilmn Street, i-.iern E. a.n".les and the
"Ark." C'outui-j produce taKcu in echanye
rr goodz. Caii aai see ms.
ov.S."i,iu. jo. n. MOCOEE,
Ciiv ilAM , v.',ji.rwm.T-tx..
Stalel HH'Ctillu; of tlm it.Kiri( of Mnvurainl
Ahlriiifii ot Hie city. I'twnt, . J0I111 P.
MHiinr, Mayor; J;uu. n1. liueMl. HtHHiiilt-r;
.'Iui liltu, M-'irslml.
ln. Turpi 11 and Tucker, AM.'ni-.ei 1
Mi-rM. Williairt-", Uiatlli ajiil Kri,rT ?l
M,Mr. Turlior, Ilakor ami Inni, WaiiJ.
Tl IV'.-irii wus iilli-it In wifcT tl'
Miivor. Tlti Aluc-rimyi writ till Juiiir,
rui'lii Mr. i'.iii". of Wnnl No. I, w ho wax
exiuid 011 m-i-oiitiL of Ki-ckMeHi.
A iiiMiii wiim iim-nmi irmii tl:e I'res'.
tf'jiit of Hie 1'tn-k liivi-r Vn'ley Hrriiv
ohuk Ifi'ilrotMt 1 'm(Hny, vlieri-upun A!
Ufriiien Hiiily ofliTi-.l Hit. lollow ins;
W11 i:ii K.?. a H.itiiin -iuis bit 11 fii'ii-iileit
by the r-i-il-ni Mint I'im.lijn uf Hie i'ti. k
KiVt-r Valli'v .Brriw UtiuM Ifctilr Kid Cin
putiy, t'j tlie .l;iviir Hint vil'riii'ti ol Itir
l il.vof C't.'iu'iit'ii'. n-kliijj p;ifi! .Mayor f.nil
AliliTtntu lo NiilTH-rilH" Mint tnke of "the ca
it:i! M.j-jk Oi fcuiil 'uiii:iiiy Kilty ThiMtHttnil
jSiH.-ir, lo Le BiilwilHtl, iabi. and paid on
th (o.'l'jv. ii;t cot'.i'ili'His, Uew il:
'("!: I:.yoi alio Alili-ruii n wlen Hiilhorir
!iy m v.tof the citie'isot I 'nlliliil)l.t !o
sttt.vcrli.il-mid MR.- ol" !hi c)iii.at .fo-k of
-iiil l!::ifn)r.i! 'ni iiatiy ijie Kiini l' fitly
Thousand 1.ii1'ri, r.;;ii wi.loli M. iscTijili'in
ii t-jitiiMii Hitii j.'iiiu its ft.iiiT:
Th-i a?il .Mr.yi.m-Ki iui-r. ii-P tn i-ne tli
loiti'.s of tlio City 'J" Ci iaiut'lit. iH" In
I ti l'r'' lo'lt untl lir- .-raui'suKI llHilniHil
t'ompittl' fit the fxpinition 01 nnty ymei
fi-om ttiifihtto of thuir L'a-uur.ue tu alieir ty
111 :nt .it Hie r.iWi..f eilit mt M ir o
ni.r.i. :;'-.t! t!'tr:vlii;- lor xlj- fkyrufiii i-fii'l
iirifi'U: vui'l fayt.r iind Alttorriitri lo
nu;t collpct tux on U.i;prvl-rr' l)Uri !
tiiu lo 11 of Coiiimbia, of ua y.t will d
nutiiiy on i afnouniof mid Miovuriptfuu or
tho Mm ol" Mvo l'luHnuuid liilws, rfw hicfi
;st'.m of rour riioiuutiwi iv.iluo. shall l
a ri;it of Hiw
...id ii'.t.ua, nnd
Dolhiia iim r. Kiukiiu; JTuu'Z k (iliMi
llmt iitiiotint ol Uib 1'rlijcipiW ol ad b. ti.
TIihI tin? Mi: or miii .iuwjti-ii 01 i
Imvethe rifi'f t"i ptiiiv. It '.i rm aa,
dwin, iMid dcturmliirt, a. c 4Biiwiati o
payment tln-rt.iif, ait or if !. U.
prnciinl iifn?'t tiomU ntit-: am-. nator H
J.nini.CB una !-!ivry lirr Ail ianai -n
ail Coutivny, p.? they tin.j' e a.vT, aj
vii the Jn-t;aij:caiii; diJiv.ay oi J .'h 4,
Bd Alutiiiii-.'i i.f xiiJ Mttilruo.1 ..11 p.i tu'
Niid IhjIiuh for tiio i"i"n of ty ifi. k
Hlnl liollarK, p.iJ H hie .t above, iOka bwMrfca.'
Hniil rate of iuteier. Sajtl baliroau Lu fc,u
toMiiid Mavor Hint Altlwinwi h CftiJlit,;
paid-up atta-k ill "sii-l Ki.ilrood linioniiy to
fciiitl A:iotint of Fifty TuvitauAd iUIiT.
nd wit it-It HOH'k or any ulctie, or 11 timber of
aliaren tlioreof, hi uliarn being tHeiitv-li
Uiiilam) may be fraiiKft-rml and axsigutj oy
said Mayor anil Aiileimeu to any iinoa ni
p'Moiiaeeonlilii to thrt rtilert and l.J-Iaw .
ol shiiI KuiIiohU company, and nai.l Ilailinud
i-O'UpMiiy lo iue u i-ei tiltcat of Moeli io
wn-li iirwijrne1 or iwimiewt of sid Mavor m.d
A'tferniia fur the. atuonnt'of aaiii kuk-R
Hdi;iuil, mill wliieli aiiiolllils ih to Iw ik
ti:icl.il It'Olil Hie oi'ijrliii 1 ccrliltcate of wtCK-k
tii:i- !ta be.-n iv.liwi io anid Mayor
ti' .n Aldurineu.
The w hottf of th . ...iint that may b Mih.
rMtilH t'. 01 lue t-apt.i i -io-k in iuiid Itailroiul
t-Jiiipaiiy l.y t'n-.ivor und Aldernitin to iw
HiliiltjJ 111 tho r'i. lily ol' Ai-'ory ami Hie
!K(lructloii c: .'.till work lo li-yiiimul com
im ueu it l ,uu iia ('iwii nl Coltiiu'jia.
ll UtetM lil -k Kcibreripllou Iitay lierenflfir
b .tnUod lor and obtaiui-il by ma.i lUittnMil
coMiviiiy tauitite t-oiiuty of Uury lu ila
utoiiid sio. k of .sou coiiitiiy, UiMii Ihv
J.uT'y otMtid town ol Columl-iii laud ol Uie
c:t. a-ii siltiatoit ttiliiiii the UnUtc Ciasvua,
tiro uot to he burdened Willi dovle ifjt,
I.ut to be reiieveit in th" jiuyiinail ut Uittaa:
to i- K naidootliuv uba:l il4.1iill 1 Urn aat- 1
irr.i ot ine o.Ji uinti may iiavu le
Mil 1 1 i.' l'cil'll Oil III. '' l.n,lii-t lii -A
..i.:t l.i.. h .r II... -
..r .t.d-1 n.. il,
on nuuie by fjul Mnyor und Al-
-.. . . . 1,1 .IV
Uerititit ol l'oltiiiitia t-i . i: id lLtilrtmd aoin
ji.tliy. Ill tiio event the voters oi auld town
of t.lttiiini;iliall, hy their v.i.u, atnJiorii
tin: Jiav-or .iild Aidern.eu ui e.-;d Uma (u
anliM-riLv -said miin if i0,'M ! mid iUiiioml
vonio-.tny, sunt boiiiio liui ury linarwi;
Nltt'.lt lii- iKttieu only on i..e l..:u.w.i ca'Jt-
tiott: J hut Is, i ln !iiei-tt.-itine.ciii jiiiomiv j
of toilii'idj Hol.ei.i nttuel .ptHitl-. ei s.lk k
hiive iH-ea intuie to siii.i lUtili.jiii t-onitiuy
liiw-iitdin nait Mibxcntiou of iln iou oi
IViiuinoiti, to grndu, eioK.s-tleat.it i rluu said j
Utiill J.'.J, f:ot.i the town or t'')nM.ih.k t; '
licwlfLi-g, liai-"l:.i.lCiiunty uu a ;(; - i
or :mtl Aiuo. latti -.Itatt i-ti-ii' i'i .n:..tii,' ji I
iv.onty-live tiio:i:nid t!o
' Ol Miiil houo .
to stiid llaitroi.J voniiui.
fuJrti ii ii I in ni.;. n I ot m!
fciiitl! be auiiMtrihed i:s...
liv, inclui!iuj;l! kuIj;.
of C'oiniii'iia of title thoi.
pvade, e : o-.s-lie and bi !!;.
t I'iriKtii tui..,a
;.f . ti ni' the. tow n
1.. .1 IllllH.' UIM,
..;! K .iir.ia i I'n.iii
tiiosaiU n of Cu,i!iiu
tovii o.' I. .e'. ille, lite, n
M:e sti ll M ! '-.: f.u J Att'.'ii'tr.
haul c.t.il H.iV t::; tu.i. .i'...
live Ll.ut.-lt.il'J ln.;!.-..'.u '.'.
'i, o. lunr tile
i i v 1'Jluy, ttteii
-. .-:.i. .1 is.-. i.. t..
lUiti or u'.v.i.v
.-..'. i .iti J.. ,
. '. .ii I V. ." '.'-tuL
Kt ,.-i V:-i y l:!ai:I Co.
, j.M. I' :ki-.. Ji.sit. Ii.
.ic oa i..irt oi .I.;, of
Os ii:,-. 1'tt. !;
J. i lil.iAd'fJ
J'A , Coiiiti.
it : .- I r f. .. r.', l'.v the l!or.l of Mfiyor
iiin! Al lcrnie'i .l i. luiiiliia, Thai on tlt; -Hli
otty of lleeeliilier, liTl", site Slienir of Mittu)
ctiv-lity, Ti imcw .-, i'1'.. t-KlvtitiJ li.il'.'f as.e.
tii.iicJ liv lit'.v. -.v : 1 1 j.t.io.i ii tolioldiui eiee
t:';;l i t tho to.trt iloo-t in L'..ltiii.l.hi ibe
UK.:i.t l!:u.. : voting l.n tue l i IT', rent v.'-inti,
Ol .U i t-tij' !l ! J1 I tliill Itio - "Lite-, a, t.l ol
tiii.l ii.o : .i"il;t! lull oi loe 1 I . li Idof
Mlill U"W II til rUlill Ol. !(., i .: 1.1,01 iptioll,
mid Hint thix n - lintimi Oc j.uL.!. 1 iu Ihe
ColnniMe Hi t.iltf.
Hi ."' i-e r-.olt.-il iy Hi,. I; j.irtl of ;.fiiyor
ami Aldera.ett ot li'Mt i.y ot v oi.a.iiiIr.,'liiia
ltiMir tt-mn Mil.-ct .;ii; .a oi ioy 'i'iioii
will iN-i' vrn'if Hu-i.,,.1.1 sj. :; ..l tn.i Imek
IMvir r!:-.".N'iu:i- . !;; ;;- ;i:i,n l iroia
p)M;y -aWe by miM ..r kj. 1 . I.J.n.i. a
ty Viitliortty ra thj -. .t . .;: .i.a thi.i
IwUl'i VT ,- . i (..I,- ,M.(y ";,uy or
f uri.s. r-oeiiiUi of i.ia.. i i ,i. ..luiii the
priiK.lf.nJot Ut bond. :l...liua'y be i&s.nl
fi.rthe ; ii:urt of ud ,,i.n.it tu the
ii.uiii.oi t'.vi-aiy-Evo it.'.iur-.
nii'-cvc it.'.lur-. itb-u la if
bnaro o! f U-!i lii o...... .m yi xi.us Mayor i
.''Iui A MPIK.-Tl Vtlf.lt 1.... ....-illl...... .
siof; ti eaeli bx-v.t t.-ar liio nui.iljci
. . ... -- - - ... .1 v.. .
Hlioti't.Mt.riU ly tlwin r pCLit v t-Iy. -
ou uiollou, tlie pre.iii!u auii lcolulioiia
Wcf it:imiiniouly mi j; t.ii.
" JAd.L.UCKT, Joli.-Vi'.McOAW,
I, Jaiiies 1 t.o. st, Recorder of toe i;tv of
CoIUuihia,Teiiiu.vic.-, lo Inreiiy cciii. th..t
the above la a ti ue .mil crn-ct ctijiy of 'tha
luiatiltsicoli re.ru ui lay ollita:. V; tu.,-!
my litotd and mtiu, t!l,s Jay oT l.ivvia
ter, IKii JAS. UGL.'-.r.
A . Itecordor Ci:y of Columbia.
- Best in XJse.
WARD ft MILL?, Acects. Ccluiclia, Tcuo.
Offl, Iaso-iio BaU. jlv
3 T' iI!v
Dr.: JOHfJ BULL
MAXUKACTURKU l:s o ST. 0 V
Tbe Cot)irne !
AGUE AM FfiVXil,
orcittujs axd 'rrrvEs.
Tbs poprietorj'.f thw
justly claims forjit a N-ip?Kf :
ed;es ever oTisre'l to t f
CerU:n,soeedy and p.;rir-1'.
and Ferer, r ChilW -d Fc.
'.io of Ai('
. n r un, u-.:ii;. b i rclor .'b en
Ure Vi'eatarn and Soutiiivu natry . b.-r him
teftioiony the trutu i.S tl. ussia-j.oniiiatin
no .s? w!i. t-ver will it ftil to cure if lhaiti
r" .' riTl'onsaiv. a-rictlr l'.illr wA i..l . hi
. 1 .roof 11...T1. . . . . 1.. .
. ... - o aiC 11.. :.-Vn l"'C9
... ... A.- - . . r .. . .
.....icn. n.i cua-, aii'4 :rti:i:tca. niTe
ivshir&lion of theceneril L -".lUi. ;t in,hnw
ever, prudent, anil in .T;:r f.aM r ore certain
toemv.if iia ue is mutiuned in sn..;i!er diise
tor a week or two .after, the riiMw: ha been
checi- l, tnorotriallv in li-'iVt' eid lona
B'lBi of cases. Jsually tliit r .- ";cine will
ft-- rsiirs any aidttkenti t- K 'IsioKnod
o.-ier. Sjou'.d fie : '!.e:i,, s..i-rriTer.reiuire
elhartia med'eine, ; :;er iia.in?; U!-entli-ee cr
four doso3 o' tl' trr.'n, a invd-M ol l!u' '
Vesetabls family i'ula win bo sc.i .ient. ..
Read the following extractor a letter from
Mrs. Rivera, wife of lUrerentd Dr. Riiora. mm
of the Boost learned, eloqttDt, and p-peer
dtiDis-era i iu aieiaoaisx episcopal .iinrc:i,
and who is at present tt'.ooed at Uroadwsy
Church, Louistrille, Ky.
Lw.'l'viLL K .- .
la. Joi! llni. Dsaii Sit : Kapy thanks
to yoti for i lie uicdieineyou itava in kini'ly
jriren me. 1 hare been a i-eit t"itrertr for
years, anil had l'f aCVeenf imt, phv:ria-i.
Uotre rnmieiccd r..r mi:n.. --.r. mv
andeon-e me hrnrtto be ih nf me ili'l t
i pi-t titn ratrai, rn.-r:-(i antics;
ped orti! 1 !d lecotne IL-.lciii. uJ. Kereial
"7 eioTper pliy'cians at- examined my
'r:M,?"'"r'"ed fJ-etiVl -, ai tLr:uued with
p.ra'rrora-r!eir ry .:., i:a ihat noth
tT'r Prt a reiev wm M iiin;o-e 1 had a
rrrr rrTToi o'fltx'., rnd w.n Usiuttng
tirvA hev-Bp rce .r.sertiii!, wten l-.u Viodly
sert rv mr f-'ar; ari:i.-, v bit h I ioioieitiate-
T hnn fat. tfcratt'rN, !l i I hHd guf-
WtVti'!, nev. r.-.-te ).: i tne
richtstfeo' r'r'.rs'W'ivi-L n f ..,.l.l
iwi or vrt v- rr lii
rising to iry Iret (V : V
for sareral ri:r':'. m.T n
somethtnjto pfi-v-i-' '''i
1 am nvi l.apr y to i'"
ia my head is entire' e.n.
seldom -!th Biyapin1 r
ly. .My sppiife ij kcoc :
Ua; iu r.ty life I enjoy iu;
h-.ij , n
C.lnt'e.t i rold i
-. M I'.tirt'io pe :i
' ; ) frfrt bttt
f ";.'-. r- r .Mib
rinr-'! 1'.- f-p
y.'.nr'-' r.,o: ti-.r.
atiy ua: curtiirtn" la.
Yoo liudly sort me f.ji:r hil.l.
nigh;, and he,r.a train th:i i.:cn.i:..
hmie to to eutii:!r ra'.'.cred. t-is.a
' j ir:ai:aa aiia C9i wtiiiii-j.
ITy imrtis! ab.rands with siicilar ldttciv,
of which I puarici eto te caoiiie jd r.l
fci' u' the parone t hone r-ei3- thry bur.
I nw milter yottrself to be it.ii)id on.
for be ilrawn aw.ystter new snd doubtful
experinxiSi. h'tm'l r'si ycnrfcei'th letting
ao iew erperinei't nnori yoa with their trash.
liy fsarwatiarilla hn." ro.i;t te test f'fctr-en-fr-fireyeairK
: iti srt!i ucr'ift.apa.-il'aof the
dry, and ot tbe afe,t.-wr': ever r.l ethers
in opo'arity and irrrrlrj fal'tej.
.void all those wbo tre tr.-.d ,' lo palm o3
on yo other e'tracist.f SrtvViixil'aio-rared.
Raraeaberit i Dr. John Prt'.'s fi ir.-jarJi,a
.. :'t!ie, hly., that is the c'.d n.ii ra iebl
J-.-"-C)- tnjiuntieSof jhe Licet! fr.l epr.f
lunh&i'v.f ai, Alirayshcar i'.r ir. !:...
Bbato.i itSACH, Mo.. A .-5'j:
Ia. Jons Uuui. i)xA "Jinoi .i tr.e
elhcacy of yonr Saria;amia, ud the litf!hij
aid beneficial tjnaiiuii ; nosijos, J a
the toilowitur statement o! i.;v --ioe:
1 was wounded about twjy.. ut
faken priaotier and confined fur9:x:cii o?a jatna.
Beitif: morea no often, my wo:.nii hawi...i
h?a!r J ref. I hare ucisat upa u.u.:n;i.ac-j i
was woutded. 1 am tp0t tbrnuaa i'iu hip,
tiy STjrerai hnit i in.;-air!H!, kui I c; j
ome:bina-t,i vurarv ; I t.id 'k.
in your Jwi;.ar.ln4 tuau auTtuniy.
wish tHat wtii'.a n rename. 1'leaaj
Caw. C. P. JOHNSON,
. tit. Loti'j, Mo
P- A Tbe folloriu.,M wriiten'Apr'! ?t)
ISO, by ilra. Jeun;5 Johnson. lauUar v" .
Johnson : . -ap
lr. Jaulll)e.r.Sir. j, tw:hl.n(, Pr
v - annson, waa a ttkilltul surgeon an I
physician in IVutrut New Votk, wtierc hi dice
leariug the a bin V. V. JuiiMiu io my care.
At thirteen year of a he Lift achi-outv ui .i
rhea and scrofula, for whichlj;ate your .'vn -Sana;
ilia, itemed him. 1 hate or ten rei.i
reo-oiinuended it lit mauy.iu w Vora,'tn.i.
r.ud fitwa, for acrofuU, level Surena i,.,..
debility. Perfect suciaa Lta aiteuaed'iu 'iLc
cute? '''-ted in some cajes ot acrclula ai.u
let ao. .i were almost niiracnloua. 1 aui veiy
i. . iit.'r ;jt aon ui airttiu nare recourse to
S,-. : I-..'
-4;. at ilia. . ile.is tearful of Keuiu a
t : tide, hence hia minus to;yuu lor
.)un .s are terrible but 1 Leiiuva he
r. K-eprci fully.
W 0 Till DSbTBOYSEj
liXTKACT KK't.H A J1.TTE.1 ':0i)
ir UKiMr ,
v"iLt(iw, Wa kerCi ., Gn. ,
, . ' eOEO Id. I
lir. Join. Ball-near t t. I hao rec'i.ilt
.ren rowr Aurm IVufrf ver BuT ::ai iral.ar.l
und it wonderfully etf.caiioea- ft hu rr t
d iy a oirltf ioautnee Ki havtl. iLMUr
elect. I am dotn,t p-tT ,r,,. u,,,Dtry p,-ac-t:cnd
haredailv une I r .nre T:i ol U i
kiud. I am, Ir.renneiHfi'l.y '
Jl'hlCS p. Cl.?. ! KVT, ?.f. I.
; oi.aaiiiii0 kua ciiu t i
lertimoatala lu iarr r.t ...
Jl.. . . -J
ui.: H.uiini., it,r. i
tan iis merit, it u a mi
norms. Try it an-1 ba e
Journal f-.-a tour ftiii ..'
BULL'S i I Oj;
ElM'8 Pectoral Wiid Cherry
Bull's Extx-not. JJucm.
jJitli's rcgeta'lm .': i fin.
All the aboTC Lediirnrs rreired ly Dr.
JohiilBuJl at bis Laboratory. P.fih Suec I.oii
uvdi, Ky. For sajr ty . p.. raix ;,UU1.
bit, Teca. Vai si, lrf7a-lv, .
THE lEA0i?,QtrH co:.7iy
or 1 1 1: vvkst.
SL LOU IS MUTUAL'
- - SC.CCD.OCO.OOO
titinnf tinViTi-ir.-- - - . fiyTTT
Totsln'lurntlir!) rni"iMi-.tt '
orp mizatiim C-u .iiiy, - l.ai.'OUIJ'l
t . .. '
Past Succsjs a Guarantee fcr in ::in
ThHCmnpanr w.v lnMt.s-r.ir. .; . cr.
R iniziii in .Navrailwr, r.rvt r.iiv --rV
Hiennin'i ye:r r it .i..-.r,v. i Blrt
t.-ai!ily tni-iv:i.-j-.l i: j-ipni.-ir .u:- c i...-. i:
origin: ni. n !! v.-i ia- rdV(i
out Ili-arty tU rr iriVii'mt., t i .".,J cr-
phi.i. ntjl ovi-riHi-.,.,-. .. .. f ,';ijtinis.
It Iihh Inwiiii' oii of Ui- 1 . Sn-n-clnl
t!Lvituiion.n f u. wunirv, nod rnnv
nuiflilrntly Iw rinf.ni j.r.j It cblij-i-tioiix
maitiriii tily i-.r- is, ... .
II isiii ni!n-i.4nV -r.;i 1; .. ; ".ns,
with ti iitunt iirrvnl (itV!!'-iw :. Si W(K-fr;.-i!ui
ivi.;.'i -.-uu.! trv. t.
lMviilrmlM hm-in tili ur t'.i. v itrt'jitU.n
I't-in, !inl urv x;.li, i;,f, ih;,, (( Un
ri.lii-yln!.:rT, t ii-ilm-ii.-.r, -,.... ium, -.-inrr.
:iN of tiir nmoMut ir.- r- i.
Ili-iv i.nmt li, ? n"r.fKiVil o t
asnu;Uli:', mill no :!. rH..- cuar-.l
Th" iiiirhMt Tii!-
iNt-.ixh iiTmirvw -f
il .xiilitmil In Iii -aiii-
aireiMly ii ti
MilopIcU wimt iHtj-li
: I -.iur.
'T!;e ?-avtmr Dpov! t'fc Inctiraijca Pi.
Ut-iii:i.r nf ;.
f. it !!it -,t . it
intvHf-.l t vet.
1 -.. in rnii(-
r.i!r:.v t . , r -tl I
ri;.';.r, i.;' .
v i l'iir sr
-i(rf.i.i, nt er
;. .iouy's R H.
Vili r;illinii l ;r- ' 1
T " .M'.nno'i !t,
i . it.-,." i-i..i.--. ; .
. . , -ihi. suii-m-L i
' ' SV1'1.- Ol !.;,. f ;:
iliis i 'iir- v .. 1,
ntlWill l''.i; H'.tlv'.t
i :'. II. PKf'K, l'i J'T.i.
M. T. t-.K!.i;Y, 'ire-i'r-; ' "
A. STKAVAUT. s...-.r .
J. ATI. IV, Oihior.
J. . Jf I LI. Kit, rt-tier! M:i.te.-r v.-iirto.
AV'M. t. HAKVKV, . " "
W. il. yi'-f'llKr.i tits. Mil.i .1 Offloor.
liu.l. T. IfdeiK-J.Oweojitini? ThTniehtn.
CldJilJAMhSuN & 1. V, t .e,al dvi.M
".. K. Carr,
'''. J. .
. If. r-.c.
'. '.. Tti-iriion, . ,
V. .ore.io i,
t I.. .".niM-.',
i t". IT-OWUHHi' . .,
:..-.n-. .j. Cunw. .
1 Wm. T, N!ielt-
L. 11. KVi-r:
( e 1 v.'i;.
t lf-ii. u. i .i r : .
I -N :r!i. SehM. :"
i r'. 1'.
i. r.. ti.,; ,
J:"oil '1 .1 !.'
. An.:. -.
Ayoi-'z Cathartic Pills,
r-.r llh- rcher
aini rt,.e e ait
ii rMiun-L.'.ila i.i
the H1..1IU1 fiv
er, ami iuiwvli.
jila v are a niUit
a.er:; iu, ami an
Vmlive. ileinir imivn
ly veiet-il'ie, Uiey
contain no mer
rury mt mineral
i whiOcver. Mi 1.
a-vimi liinw and stifi'e provmlml by
liso-r 1'nK-ly ue; ami every f:unilv hIhhU.I ,
li'ivc litem on liaml I ir their prott rlioii am:
Ii iiei", wliiru o niiin j. Lou;- expertenre kik.
Vinvi-.l Itieia to lie the Mil'ei. nitre -t, ami
l.iv.t nf uil i!n f-ile with wlia h liv iimraet.
I'li.iiiHiia. tty Ifw ir iMTai-ionid line. Uie biooif
ittVbieif, ilu" ei.rvneM.mi. !' tho f.ynlem ex- -IM-ifeii,
iKvlt-iti-iiiMiA n-nHivtl, nnd the 'rlu,U
hum tiiaeiy of lite resinreii t it healthy activ
ity. Inn nuil orlniH wtiit li herimie rlnKVCt
loi.t dhiiai-ii are i le.msi it by Aiirr'm Jt,'iw.
Mini .-tn.uiluti'.t jinn aetinti. 'J.ii.h iiirtnietil
il.-i a-.! is rliangeil into hea!'), t.n value oi
whvli chantie, uli. ti reekoneil ii the vmo;
liiitltiljiiies who '.toy it, ran h-,ri!ly lie ri;
piiteil. Their a.-.. art-om aur n..d.e them.',
plea.-mnt to take, : ul pre.-erven l!nirvrtwi
uniiMpHireti lor itny leucOi of tine, no th.
Hiey arc ever fi-wil, and p rtr';v reliant- .
AIOmwikIi t-utrriiina-, I'm.t at.) intiU.'.ia I nne
lo w illiuiil ilt.-tutbam-e to l!c eoaotitelkiii or
liif ..r ik cill-ai mn.
Ku'l t'irni iioiM are it!Ten on the wnni(T s
CSi-'i box, how to use tiiein a a t ai .ilv f--yle.
u'mI f.-r ilie rollowinc rwi,lauit, wh'i-b t.-cwr
X'iilm r.nmlly e'r :
For lo.n'.a or Xn3:Vtiaa, X.
It 4t.-Xi r,juil Ljk f Apa
Site, the;." ie.ulil lie tat nKlifutt it t
: .nul.-iie the Kiomacii, ami rvetoru ita httO"", '
lone and action.
For J.lfr Conylsltit and H vsHoi'a
svinptiOii, Sfiwt.i liraaache, MV
Vua li, Jtiailiev or tra lih
VMa.' 9tltmm i aim and MallwaM ie-
ra, they 4ioulil Iw jtiiiicmmily tukeii ItH
fu-ii t::i.i', to corrpet flu liiiwaixJ arlien, ur
Iur.i jvi! Il ' oh. trolii .: wiiH'n i lw it.
f 'fBf oalftj n. S.nrr-Ht but on
Bii-i iH.t i (renemlW rerjtpriih
l'ouuiiii, fcful. rp .
ipttl t tlrtre, I" t
Jm mI, iMcit, ate I tm. lh-y .u.-.
lie cni.ituiuuiy taken, i.wn.'rt-l, w rh
tne lii-iuw. .1 a;ion of ' .-yin--i. WHh vl,
tii.'iofe ;it.sc eoiupinln ; ii.upp jnr.
Iir OniiM ::m! i-. etet.l ?win.
tiM i sj,..,i i. $jtii i i t h-rvfi anil Ir
,im ni iiwei to .rixii.c ,ha cueet vt a ilnown
l-tir-.'K. . . ;
t'-.T i.r-rt Z-yrt. l.tiyr le-r .e- lie
taUco, a. it priitK. i! tiu Ji ad :., by
A a WAfr 1'i.'.", tiXe i r t.irtT. JV' t
pruitidt iMitiou, a'il .iii-vj tne 4 dutru.
."i occiwiaiiai uiit v flruui'ili a '-. al mri
and iiowei-, nlor:i II"' aot e'ne, jn j T'lfor
ttles km syf-ii. !''-ne :t i- .: -n nl.fnli;
peotiH w.'.i re no FerenH ii r.ieae-i.i x re.
tirtrtwho leeis tok ritbly well, t.. -r, lud-lfiu.,
a iloi of Uteai i'iilM unite tii t ,e-. (!eli.
nil iM'Her, ironi Ha ir t ienniu ' bud J'Jto
Wio4 ctfuet ou Uiu di(teti'. e tpo...'.
i)r. J. C. fc CO., P'oti ai ClTift,
j,nwKi,r,t mass., rr. ft. j.
rnB SALU BY ALL DRl r.Ot.vt EVKavWiTF.aiC.
Ayer's Ague Care,
Foe l-'ova and true, Intermitteti'i Vt
vcr, CaJl Jt'aver, KonuUon tmor.
Dumb Ague, i'eriodaoU cr Uilious lea
ver, etc., and indeed all the atfoctioit
wluch ariao fVom maiarioua, laarKh, or
So onu remedy H Im lo- . .
called for by Die n.-e sit t
of the Amettcar ptopl ith.ui
a aura anil at'e eure I'oi
'vr aiaMl j fm:. HO. Jt
wearer iwenaldeu to ofi-r,
with a ' Tfi-ct certainty tkni
fwi'.f eradkate the die Jk-, and with msur- : '
nat.-r, t'ijmle.1 on proof, tii.tt an tnuji can
frota iw ue in auy quantity.
'Ti. vrhioh iruU.Ki-i lroj-i or prevevH lh.
-uer biuc be ol linnietkie service ia lie
einni. "' nlicra It prevaiU. 'rejraMia,
letter limn cure ; for the patient cscapea tbo
ri-k wlikit Iw nia-i itui in ioieut attacks of
this baleful distemper. Thin ClHi:'' eap Jt
the n.iastnatic poiaon of fever ataxl Aao
from the syteni, aud preveata tlie lerelp
uienl of the di-ae, If taken on U.C t .
approach tif Iia (remoottory symiitumju Jl
irrvat eueriority of Uiia remedy over Iny
rliier e er discovTreil for the needy and te;
tain cur of lulenuitteBU in, tha it contain:,
no Quintae or mineral ; conntauenlly it i-ro-Uuce.v
io quiniini or other injurious eif jeta
whatever upon ihe eoavti'utioa. Thoe cued
by ii are fen as healthy af If they had wt-. .
h'jd tbe dineaw. ,
jPrrrr aaJ Afwm is aot alone the ein
cineiiie of the miaeataJo poiaon. A srva"
variety of diMirdera Iran from It h-ritaliow,
imomg which ara Sewnaisrita, HhciiBaw
naa. Rt, HmaaliBcbv, BUaaaew,
rtkuaBie, Earache, Catarrh, Aa-1
ma. Mra.atl, Ptaiaful AfTecslwu
'tt Mple 2yat.rtca,Palaiiaai
i-t-i h, Uc, I"rviiyi.U. sn t iltnuntts'
dt.u:. e th ftwinuth, aa of !ich. when '
or g.naripjj In Uim cauje, put 0.1 I!h. intm. .
Ktiueut type, or becorao peHioUca). Th'a ',
'Cl'U4" ev2' the poison from t!;e Moo I,
('A tcnsequently eurea ihe-n all alii.a. It m "
so irvfdiiabiij protection f ininiiTanU) nl.
v-;"-!. ni li a veiling or temnorarlly roklio a
t -e i.-f'-aout diiitricts. Jf taken 'atoabiaae -i.r
0i.:dai:y wnile expoeul ta ta iuieeiioa,' .
that w Jt-be excrctel fi-.rie system, ai
can so. .cci.niulata ia cieot tjijLntkf t
ripen hjiUaeafu. Ilaace 1, ia even Www .
vianabll-r vroteclir.ii th i,ini: and, fear .
will err sntfer from Ini fmitieatfl iv 1hy ,
avail Uinu.lY of Ihe prytoction ilu., re a."."-,
edyaffwU. ..'.' . -
for Etcr Complaiuf ?, ori.njr frc-in lorpid -tty-ef
Ihe Liver, it id ut c.ciiltBl remedy,
otimula, the Live.- fS tititiiy activity,
auifrclucirg m..y :t JfTw-i'rabf
wheMlRhe- medicices ttlr.i.
Dr. J. C. AYEK JH CO SitrweH, Tyrs., j
JPrweSMia! m4 AmmTiirvl Cirm taYv
45I 90LP ALL ROTI.VT) THE tVOttl.r