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TOWN, AND COUNTY.
Friday Morning, July 4th, 1877,
OUR TEIIM8.' "
2.) J A. YEAR. PAll IN ADVASCE
ttl.HO IF JNOf fAlD IX ADVAKtb
D. R. V. R. R. . SCHEDULE-
Ovular passenger train leaves Lewisburg
i To'c.ock, A. m., aud arrives at Columbia
a; s:in o'clock, making couueelion with the
L. .V N. It. 11. going South. - . " " .''
Iave Columbia at 5 o'clock, r. M.4 arrive
at lewisburg at o clock, b: p. f
Ultl ll KKKirilOX.
Hie Herald for One Dollar n Ifar!!
The li lues are hard, prices of produce are
1 1-1. iced, anil we have concluded to reduce
(In- price of (he Hkkai.o and Maii. The
pike reduced to is the arliud ioil of the
Hkkai.o ani Mail. Although the pricels
greatly reduced, we expect to keep the pa
per fully up to what it has been. . ' . ; -.
. ru ns. ' ' - - -
t'iulMol flveSl-aO per year.
c,ui...i icnoroviT, ti.unper year.
The money niut ufwv accompany clubs.
club must all be at one post otHce.
Su-:ubui' ofa.-club luu.st all coiumtuce ,al
Ui- ftnvtaitr. ' ' ' ' ' v ' - J
old miUk-mIm.'1-s must pay up arrearages
bciorc Uu y go into clubs.
- ar:v ai ;unEiEaiTS. -
The Ini (hm Ul Williams' Singer Sewing
.Midline advertises through . its agent,
M. it. Hayes, or No. IX North Market St.
rids machine is to be had nt the reduced
pi k-i ol f:;.iN!,unil is well worth the money,
Not lee Hm advertisement of Mr. Oliver
Tories, wlifce'ps a first-class eatlug-liouse
hi i he i ily; also has a selerl, stock, of wines
Mr. A. Tyler, " of Market Wtreet, Nash-
jile, J'miu., advertises with lis.. Me has an
ulii esi-.blisheil house and keeps a large
stock oi Limxilii Co. whisky, which he sells
only to merchants.
-'Xt- kdvi-u aiirnecU-d either of "F.ye,
I-: ir or Throeif hi call upon tlie Institute,
Iik-.i'.imI hi Nashville, Tenn., which is ad
viTMnii iu another column.
holbuar's Commercial Institution of
t.nisj standing a a college, where thorough
business knov!eil!;e is gained in a short
i i:ne, ad vert ises with us. Poonography is
jiv.ele i.,-cla!itv, and this important
Im.uk !i is UiuiiUt with facility, aud Is in
die. I a .sviciice,
- K-v. It. ti. Irvine, the blind preacher,
bii's l-i'cii visiting Marcella Falls, but proba
bly Iik relumed home now.
--Ilev, H w. .Mitcneii, oi iion, preacneo au
uliln wrinmi in the Presbyterlitii Church
laid Suiday night. -Me lias a "Pi-eabjlerlan
head uiiU a Methodist lieart.'! -
-I'.ev. Ir. Kelly will preach In the M.
( uuicli here to-nigit, ou 'Paul's Two
Kuti's " Hal unlay moiulna at9 o'ulck, he
will pi-.-ach to tin; ladies. The Doc-or is an
.ibie ,.r-:i. 'ner, us well as a noble, gnod man,
:iii.t - trrt heM-ilt hnvoiarge audiences.
lr. John 11. McFerriu, one of the aiaud
, piv;iiH.-s of America, will preach in thn
Mt(ioUst Church in this plaoe next. tiu.n,.
day moi M Tiii, talk l the children -in. the
eveiinm, aud preach a?alu that nihU He
-! uui'.ri.'i- pleaching the plaja g 01 pel
tliAii ;ia pi cucuer we ever heard
--.MuuoLiiue since the colored Methodists
111 M i 1 .Ionia invited Dr. I. C. M Uxilieil to
prc-ic ii lor thesii in their haudsuiuc new
ihu'cli. He went up one Sabbath after
noon, and preached such a good Methodist
.M illion lliatihey all shouted. Kcv. Mr.Or
iinui went up afterward to do likewise.
Kcv. J . U. r.olton, the eloquent P. K. of
ilif-iitvii'inalj District, was iu town Mon
day. Ho held quarterly meeting at Joe
itiwiu'a "U:o C'reaiu" appointment. Cross
ih'tlv;e., "satuiday and tiUuday. He will
iiol J qtiarlerl v Bieetingat llenryvllle next
. it urday amlHuuday, July 7th audMh.
- V. i'ily t'lf'Vdo things in the true C'hris
i inn spirit at Shreveport, Ia.. Kcv. W, C.
tuulu. brother of our esteemed fellow-ciVi-.111.
f. f,. lu 11 lap, is a Presbyterian minis
tiTul Hhieveport, and caiuu near dying
when tlm yellow fuver was there, several
vciii'sn-o. He Iwivis every snninier, and
t uri) his congregation over to the Mstho
list iHiutoter, and the latter preaches half
-he lujin to the Methodist and the other half
;n the i-v.byt-ertiin Church.; When the
M. lliiidi! minister leaves town li turns
jus tloi-k ovci to iJio Hunlap. wbo' preaches
najf Ihfl titne in the l. K.Churcii aud-lhe
olhei half iu the 1'iesbyleriau cuurcu.
Ih o. Holloa, ymi may consider it a I rude.
i.ai. . A. y uarles, of Clarksvllle, was In
i.i n ; tew ua ssiuce.
Unt-k Jones, one of the clever Jouoses,
"vr. t.. T. hughes family have gone
r ivicn. ct'ir lo spend the summer.
Mrs W. .1. V hiuuoriie and lier lovely Iit
1 'lit. In 11 have reliiriiiHl from Scinore.
Hon' W '. W hilthorno returned Hutur
aiv in -lit from a business tnu to Memphis.
tisses Hi nt ley, who live at ti.a Jordan
Place, near t-.-wn, are visiting relatiousin
I 1 .1 n 1. 1 111. . ., ,
iis.I..I. P.innham.of Leafherwood
I,... 11 vmiUii ' her daughter, Mrs
Hodge, of Columbia.
i'obt. Hrr.ol I be well known aud reliable
Hid Mibstanli'il linn of nrr ltrolheis, Nash-
;i.e, m as in town this week.
jliamm AUkins, ot Water a.ley, a
,l l,h.Uiii. sensible girl, with anexcel
i, 1.1 ex. , wasin town Monday.
Mr J. M.-rcbajif WwlU 01 l,ciuiville,ouu
..i ibe -t l diinoruers, was In town W ed
ije.dav, and wld l.wof groceries.
Mi -s l.oulie Flsuers, of KlHiiklin, Ielin.,ls
..ciidiu:soniewr. ks with hir brother at
Meadow ioiul,ou ljilllu Bigby.
Harden J". Figuers, Fmi.,oiiu of our ilsma
Ihwm-is, wont to 1'ranklih Batui'uay Mand
Miesda.v last, and ti led a case iu the Chan
ge v i oiirt. . .. ,
y'c ltberl Medicine Frierson's excellent
v. 11. ud handsouie Isiy have gone to llui
1. . sU-ioon a visit to Iho p'aee where she
: el" ned tielle. . ,
Mrs V. T.tMiisgow.ol Nashville, has Inen
MsiinV' her iviher's family to- several
-..-'ns." Hlie Is a beautiful as she wasiu her
tioLei I Irvine was in Cull.-oka last Hiiu
nobi ii is fond oi art ai.d ertisls that
pretti.-r (bait their urt. Move Jhc col-
l'.V.'aioi .liiit Jioiu-iav; passed Ihrough Co-
lunii.ia s..turday night, uu ins way 1
.l. n, I "ei iv Count v not to ..'atcli
prlril, l.'H 10 KMve
r.! 1. . vv . ii n..
. . . . ; i.i u.
ii...w..iti u iirofiMoress
rt-raiiklin I emi College, is visiuug
n Coluinbls. Hheuan accomplished teaui
a ud a handsome, lovely woman.
.Miss May Frank Whitsett, ot Alabama, is
. ilti!i2 her liaudsome aud accomplished
k,-I Inuilti, M Iss Klla Hheppard. May
Frank is said to be bright and pretty.
Mr. Puttou Williams, fieuli from the moun
tains of Hewam e, Is In our town, lie Is look
ing as handsome as ever, aud blue eyes, fair
hair, and a small church, areiill his favor
.,1 ri i 1 ... . ..1 1 ..
, .1. Buck iordon, of Jile,
Lt. Col. of .id 1
mi.! a soli! 11-r ot me
! r, Uimbia last Monday, trying to get
,n U. v s,"f b';.--.. the iU.ks how to fight
-::.l!"V?".::.,.-,l his rhar-;UD;l wife
jn aa l Ms char;UDiri wife
i the piiuiu wlieie they ."W
years an then married.
lor v.'in-S niw inrn 11111 ocu
Bruce is ith I'liompson jtros. , c...n, yiw
.11 the linesl houses lu the soul h-yist-idass
tn eveiv particular.
Miss l.elH'ci' VVllliains, a le.ut,iful and
011. lish. hI young lady of Cxusiana, who
In-relufor.' gra luaUnl at the Columbia
.mile lii-.l ililte. mriveu iu iue
.,.t.BiiJ will spind the niiliuft
but popular clerk Is now haj.py.
... ... .,..,1 1 .w.. Il.iiie 1 1101111
il'le Du'nliip.three charming gvoung ladies
mil goto Fiankllu U.xt Wou.iay U visit
lu.l. e McLenua e s aevmiilishcd daughter.
M r. T. N". Fignrs, a gind business man 01
H r.inUiiii, tins heen 111 iowu
-aving and selling his wheat, whu'h was
saisc-l oa tii- old sheugog larm. , li I a
tn rin;; man.
M.'v.i. u. r. Hun lies. A. C. Hlc key,
.1. ebsier and l.-o. P. Frierson, attorneys
u law. wont to Nashville last. WeilneMlay
o ari;u it ce bclore the court ot arbitra-
Mi. Niin Williams
d .iiivr. l-'aiuiiii Cotiutc
,vi v N. H. shepard, who said he would be in
(vlumbla in a week or t wo. Move the col
miiin. Any fish out there, NltuT
Mrs. Man N. Martin, Principal of Colum
lia Female J nsi i ute one ol the most ae
owpllsh.'d teuiale teachers iu the South, a
' S' slaughter of a disliuuuislied statesman
'" nf n.i - anil Key. Dr. Beckett, went to
'"'"V Aiti last Friday iiKH-uiiig.
Nasln .f,,),,,,!: (.en. W.- C. Whlt
Memp ..V.J1..T ol Coumess from the Sev-
1 1. orii", 111
X. L Jill llierHj.iiiin win miiiani
v.jt.ir his many friends. Had
si' -ral la s
,lt,t ;s lavoraiu.v iiieimoniHi
W hill home's 1
V,. lioveruoiaiiipoi iu is
1 11 connect 1011 u 1
relurilj.! 1rom i
H . tool. Ala. lie re-
M, mi, am fspm g ii.j,. , .juiiii-iu Ge
.J.lJUVlKill I IX V.lw 1
1 Hl "Wtlou, Latlu, auitf
tin, hi"','au,,, f tn I
I 'ell III
I. laminar, lie will reim u m - -' ,..,t lef
Calviu Irvine Voorhies, of Mxll'",1..le"
s.iui.lay night for that city, alter .";,
i,u.llil IlllMlltllllllL' 11' i IUH. ill. '
iiiaiulauceH aud sww: heart.
.i - 'at vin Is very Handsome
M r. J iw-i ini 1 . luiiuiry 1111 ..huhhj
Heaver D.iei springs. He takes a u'aeon ti
k eral negro earpeui'rs to 1
.,. ,u-e ivmiirs and tlx tin bis cabin lor use.
He will return for his family. Ir. J. T.
kin aud ot In rs will take taelr families
iWliale I'.stes, of Gi-hii villo County, N
i' Is in town, after an absence of about 14
ears 1 lc is liwikliig yontlilu, aud uulurai.
: ,,t Joe 11. Fusseli was the only persou
Hi it "resign izisl him in town, lie is mar
ried Ho w ill remain herealMiiit t wo weeks.
1 1 ot old schoolmates all love Bake, and are.
..a 101 f -
sicplicnson, of Holly Springs.
.1 llirollj.'n neie him r i ioay
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s",m "'. " " . , . .i.n. l.sL ' as any sea shell.--Wednesday Prof.
I nkinaii i wuiu .7 iooit iue party to examine Big Bigbee
1 ( 'f'Min. . . . ..... I u.-dUt rif m t Wlonvu tit urhr in An v
M;.Jv-' 1- ';J.. !'.... ..u'i u,ii I Miw.-f mn rtr found, und fnIU thei
n t. n Tuesnay. , m.. - o... - - -- .,ncll.L.,in!, ,,1C w
liili.iuau ne um " i'.,i.ir.jl.l1.ialiinii.l.siieelal attention
;r;V:u, HampsliHe. He will probably
ci . to pi iniui s Spring, where he is generally
great beau, uui veiy injjiular with both
- . . . . ... .
Jr. James Constable M cGaw left yester
day for Prlmin's Springs.
Misses Ellen. Carrie, and Annie McClure
of lewisburg, and Miss Mary B. Cosbey, of
Bardstown, Ky are visiting MrF.:,J.Ew-.
ina's family. . - -' ' ; ' : 11
R. . H.nlth and wile, Miss Sallie Davis,
Mi hk Lulle Smithwick, went to Rattlesnake
Humphrey A. Hardlson and his accom
plished wife are visiting the home of her
lather, Major Bowen.
Miss Nettle Phillips returned home from
Fayettevilie Wednesday, on Williamson's
pony. She is looking splendid.
Miss Louiie Ciump, of Spring Hill, a very
pretty auburn haired girl, is visiting Alios
Annie Wright, a lovely girl of our town.
Wesley (Judge) Younger, of the Santa Fe
' Einbry t Frierson. where he will beidudto
r' i see his old mends;
' i W. M. Fleming and family, of Nashville,
I '", are iu the 'Mm country enntmerlng.' Htew
. MO, A.' M. I art, his handsome son, is now old enough to
. 6:15, v. m. gallant the girls.
. Thomas J. Pickens has bought the Nelson
- - . ' , i j...t ir..n..l.. k. f i I
nouHe oar,- ana x - w . jiuiui, w , "
lard House, Louisville, h now clerk. He
undeiataruds his business..
Park. .Marshall arid Tom deGraflenreidi
two Intelligent young gentlemen of h rank
lin, were in town Wednesday.
Miss Ida Frierson, of Aft Pleasant, one c
the roost lovely and beautiful girls iu this
sugar-making Southern clime of ours, Is In
town. She is considered uy kuul-b io uu uib
j most Intelligent young lady of her age in
the county. - . . ;-
" Col. W. N.'Cowdeti, the handsome and
able buureme Court Clerks passed through
Columbia recently ou uin wj w ins oiu
raDt. Rather, of lecatuT, Ala., and wife,
Visited our town this week. The Captain
married cue of Columbia s oeiies, mi, ivir
by. Ileha l a chill while here, and left
Miss Willie C Mayes, who has been going
to school at Woorgetown , U. C, has returned
Lome an accomplished, fl.uc.ly. educated, as
a-ell as very handsome younit lady. Her
cousins, the Misses Pointer, will visit her
1 Malor John L. ' Wilson, the best Claim
Agent in the Sonth, leaves this morning tor
v, aynesboto, anu wm ue gone a weeK or
two. The Major is la bad health, but we
bone tbeuood freestone wafer, aud splendid
eatlnrat the Hassell House, will restore
bim fully to 21H Don uds avoi rd 11 ools
, Miss Ella Whitthorue has returned from
Georgetown. 1). C. where she has been go-
inn to school. Hhe is very much like her
dixtinimlshed father, ex cent that she is vory
Drettv. and bids fair to be as great a belle as
her ol.lest sister was. who is now married,
Verily there Is no danger of our Columbia
society deteriorating, as long as we have
such addltious to it as Miss Ella Whitthorue
a:id Miss Willie C. Mayes.
The Ml-ses Bate, two of the finest women
of theHtafe, one a daughter and the other a
niece of the most gallant man, left last
Tuesday morning for their Edgefield home,
together with Misses uunuingioa auu
Ouarles, two ol our most popular ladies,
who will spt ud a short time . In Edgelleiu
and then go 011 to the Seashore to spend tbe
summer. - -
Dr. T. E. Heed, an enterprising young phy
sician from Liewisbur.-, called on us Wed-
nesduv. We are satisfied that he is thor
oughly posted in all branches of his profes
sion, hucii men as tue uocror wui uu wen
anywhere. Wc hope he will make it con.
venient to call treuuentlv.
Mrs. H. II. Rasor, late of Wiliiaiusport, in
this county, but now living iu jexas, uiou
of congestion a short time ago. Hhe was a
most estimable laMy. and her death will be
areaMv rcKrett.! bv the many friends to
whom she had endeared herself by her
many amiable qualities. The deceased was
a sister of Capt. James Forgey, so generally
and favorably known throughout the coun
ty, and daughter of Mrs. Fedella Forgey,
oue of the oldest and most respected ladies
rf the country.
Mr. Butler N. Scribnor left for his home
in Newsviile, Collusa County, California,
veslerdav evening. His vjuerable father,
John Hcribuer, went with his son, and will
remain there until next Bpring. Butler's
brother, Esq. J. A. T. Hcribuer, oue of our
most Intelligent and valuable citizens,
also went with him ou a prospecting tour.
He has set '.he Esquire " afire," by his ac
count of Califolnia a a place where a man
can get rich without working.
Col. John U. Audersou, of Bryan, Texas,
is visiting his mother In this piaue. He is
looking very natural, aud was easily recog-
ilzalbe after many years absence. He mar
ried the beautiful Miss Hallie Helm during
the war. When the first alarm of war came
lie and W. J. Heed raised the Maury Rifles
and led it lorth to battle In Virginia, get
ting there just in time for the first battle of
Manassas. We welcome Col. Auderson
back to Columbia once more.
.1. K. P. Holt, of Paris, Texas, called on us
Monday. He has been In Texas ten or
twelve jears, aud Is highly pleased with it.
He was a school teacher lu Tennessee, and
whipped tleo. C. Taylor, oue of his pupils,
pretty badly once. He Is a One scholar, and
a nice gentleman, and ol course, like Ht.
Pnnl, Jell Coleburn, Major Ingram, W. J.
Phillips, and other seuslble men, he has
Walter M. (Htonwall Mayes, recently
returned from Mountaiu Hpnng High
Hchool, Ala,, won five certificates of profi
ciency while at t hat school of high charac
ter, having "attaiued the required standard
iu the final examination, as a testimonial of
his scholarship and capacity." His certifi
cates were for protlcieucy lu History, Arith
metic, Mental Arithmetic, uieograpuj ,
gllsh Grammar. Hrouewall has a strong,
massive f jrm, lofty forehead, a, splendid
face, Jaeksouiau will, and industry, aud
these will carry him through to distinction,
The following persous are registered at the
Nelson House: It. W. Jones, J. R. l'earle, J.
E. Vouug, F. C. Hirscti, H. C. Dounlass, C.
Shepard, W. J. Bais, U. P. Rose, J. H. Bryan
Nashville; CM. Cantrell, Cincinnati; Hal
Hunter, J. M. Cabell, Liouisvilie; W. F. Jos
eph, Montgomery, Ala.; Mrs. R. W. Smith,
Bailey's Station J. H, Wilkes, Nashville;
Wm. liau in, Chattanooga: H.- N. Laning,
Mur frees boro; I). Johuson IJavls, Louisville;
John H. Bufonl, WestTenn.
The following ,came down on the Nar
row liauge Wednesday from Uewisburg: Dr.
R. tJ. MetTure, Misses Ellen aud Carrie Mc
Clure, Miss Mary Cosbey, W. M. McClure,
Mrs. T. li. Williamson, Miss Alice William
son, (J. A. Watson, Mrs. Hue Dalmey, J. L.
Marshall and wile. Dr. T. E. Reed, W. .J.
McClure, Miss Net tie Phillips, t. F. Hmith,
Miss Anuie McClure, Thos. McClnr. J. E.
McRady, Thus. Snell, Mayor II. K. Moss and
ladv, J. I,. Reed, W. M. Bullock, Jr., James
Woods, Thus. Black, Dr. L. 1$. Sub'.ett, Ed
Fowler, ieo. Davis, Ueo. Rhone, 1. Ii. Col
lins aud lady. Dr. J. II. Houthworth, W. J.
Leonard, Robt. McClure, Capt, T. F. Lewis,
Jimmle Lewis, Thus. Smith, Dock Arm
strong W. M. Robinsuuaud wlle.Miss Nan
nie Robinson, three small children all of
Verona; Frank Hardlson, A. E. Calahau,
Mayor H. Moss aud lady, Albert Bovett,
Miss Sallie Hill aud Mrs. MciiuidJie, Vero
na. - -
prof. A.ti. Wetuerby. of the Cincinnati
t'nyersity, Prof.i.-W. Harper. Piiueipal of
the WoodarU Hieh Sc'iool, and Messrs; Am
bler Harper and 'yneodore Scarborough, all
ol Cincinnati, reached Columbia last Satur
day, and are the guests of l?rof. R. D. Smith,
ot the Athenian m. These gentlemen are
out Ou a scientltjii tour, studylug the various
lonnatloiiH ot this sootioa of country, and
collecting" specimens In the different
branches of Natural History. Saturday af
ternoon was devoted to the Athenieum mu
seum, where a large number of flue speci
mens from ditleieut portions of Middle
Tennessee were examined with much inter
est, and tke liest locations for their work
wis discussed. Monday and Tuesday, as
sisted bv fcrof. Beecher and R. 1). Smith,
Duok River w thoroughly searched for
J several mile, and fhelr elbrt-- were rewarJ-
d by a fine collection of shells some of
lug paid to the goolowy and paleonto'ogy of
tlie country. A short rest was takeu at
"Rattlesnake Kails," where luui h was serv
ed. Mauy beautiful bultertlius and other
cut oiuolo ileal Kpeclmens were secured, and
the "arty returued late In the evening al
most loaded down with one of the b-st cols
lection ever obtained In this section f
ount ry In oneday. Yesterday was devoted
to clean I n:T, labeling, etc. We trust that
these gentleiueii v, iH remain sometime iu
this place, and ihiu' the ",' H1 be so favora
bly Impressed with our people cd eouutry
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thut tbey will visii jt oueu.
Kash buyers, we will sell you goods at
prices Ihatcin't be best.
Kmkkv A Fkikkmon.
Don.t Immtow your friend's uinbrtilla,
but o to Eiiibry A: Frierson's, and buy you
a good one. - ' , .
Jesse Sims, cd!-. lias canes made of the
Tilden pole. lulv i". eellW apiece. Get pile.
lie JJelm Is talking of mailing ,l lioud
some new front f his store ou the corner 6:
the square and Wm. Milu Street.
Charley Armstrong, a biii;t little nine
year old loy, made mi pinsou tlie pa.k ajlcy
last Friday night. In his Hrst game.
Lamb 1 Boyd are tearing away the front
of J he old store now owned by Childress A
Pillow, preparing to make a handsome new
Mr. D. T. l lo.pi.ell and family have
moved from the Nelson House 10 their
handsome new resilience 011' Wtsf Main
street, between Col. Cooper's and Mr. r.d.
I Th members of the German Klub gave
I an enui UuulLienl at the Nelson House ou
I last .Voinlay eveiimsj iu hnor 01 the Jisses
; Bite of Nashville, Jiss (.(mules of k'y Mim
1 Williams of La. It Is sul lV 1 lie members
ites us from Honey 1 iaVe biwn oue of the muti delight ful en
Texas. He says lie , (crlainnien ts that t hey have ever given.
Kiimlual Kourt coiiiiueucc.1 .tfouday.
Judge JcLemore ou the bench. Adjourned
to .Wonday to give the Graud Jury and At
torney General Fusseli time to work up a
dokkel. Several murder cases 011 hand.
Mr. Da ldson, who conducted the lee
beer and frult'oar ou the D. A N. R. It, was
arrested 011 last Moodily by the revenue of
ficers at Columbia diot, for 'bclliut goods
without licenses. The case will bo decided
Tims. F. Fleming was presented last
t a eek, by Sam Henry Armstrong, oue of the
t eleveeiit aud best farmers In I lie county,
i with a iwe'4of Irish potatoes, three of which
were morethaii s mess lor a large family,
,. u,.,e.l nUml. cl a round eai-li. Thev I
weiv of a deltuatc llalor. ,
liv W .HA lux I.MIIII.U 1.) ii 1 k m
Kiijjine bright red, aud .Imlss White has
paintetl its uaine, "Tom Butler." on 11. Nat
iuin.Hu Min:mi-u lui. 1 j ill.. 1 ni'iirtj
priale, Cor Tom Butler haa worketl faithfully
with tbetougiioe, aud donegoO.t tvfVlee with
We had the
pleasuiH ol a 1 isil
from "H 1
Kuob Oeek aud Water V alluy Piofrtii eM
the belle ol t wo Creeks Koob aud .t-ip-
we rrlnled 1
en-iw. - waiiio to see now
raid. She wont to school
to one of onr sweethearts, whom she says is
K good natnrtsi 10 wuip ner pupils.
The following young ladles and gnntle-
mert, ccoini"uiiru j .11. w. tt. Karris'
fiijuilv, 'eft Weilnesday morning jor lmlian
CaiaDMprlng, for rcereallou: Misses Sallie
CamooeiL Mollie Sberrill, BettK Tiuker,
Sallie TrunGlflm, Mollie Tncker, and Messrs.
Alf BenueU, Jii Campoell, Joe Tucker.
;l he new passenger depot to be erecte.1
at Columbia will be of em,e.dingly tasteful
desiau. It will be built between U.e Deca
tur aut Duck River Valley Railroads, toid
serve lor botj; lines. The BuildiDg will be
of wood, one 8tArj in height, 90 feet in
ii.njth: ladles and gentlemen's waiting
room, Lv, by 1"' i feet; a waiting-room for
colorud pouplu. Hi by li teet; a tUiket oltieo,
refresh meu t iuuui, aud au oiliue-ruou) for
the road master, li; by 1 feef,
OVER THE COtSTY;
' J. P. Coat' Spool Kotton at 65 cents a
domen, or li spools for 35 cents, at Erubry A
Kash buyers, sell your wheat and go to
tmorya r nerson'S 10 buy goocts. ir.
1 "ii. uriiravo n wuem averageu 1 1
bushels on CO acres.- Got 91 JO.
Sweet William ot Ml. Pleasant says he
has postponed his tup to Arkansas in
"Vuxporus"i not Walter Parker, but a
talented young poet of the Mt. Pleasant
country. Walter la the Bulwer Lytton of
Maury. . ,
Col. J. W. S. Ridley got the highest
pnre yet obtaineu lor Wheat l.aa per
bushel. Martin ft Enibry 'paid itf.": ''
State Superintendent Trousdale - an
nounces that he will hold a Teachers' Insti
tute at Columbia Oct. 10, 11, and li. He asks
the full co-operation or county superiutea
dents and teachers.
Mis Clara Burney, of Ark., Is 'Wiring
her aunt, Mrs. James Howard, in this coun
ty. Her sweetheart say s she is the prettiest,
sweetest and most brilliant girl of her &v
Dr. it. l'errlll and J. C. Alexander have
the best wheat on Carter's Creek. They
minKiiwui make 40 ousueis per acr
their neighbors say 36 bushels.
Eimw Alvls Williams broueht us two
blooms on Wednesday, and Mr. M. A. Mills,
vi new ureeit, a rtu one on xuursuay morn
On last Friday evening, June 2dth, Miss
Nanny Evan school closed on Knob Creek,
by bavin e an exhibiiton. conslstlni' of
speeches, dialogues, etc. There was a
speech by Mr, M. A. Vestal, aud music by
Col. Foster. .
Prof. King's scliool exhibition ou Tii urs
day night of last week, at the Neelley school
house, was a grand success. The Cooper
Helicon Band was on baud and made splen
did music. Aiss AfaUie Terry, Missis Sull-
van, anu uiss juaxweu acted tneir parts
well, especially in 'Old and New Style."
Young Mr. .Vaxwcll also did remarkably
well. Indeed all did well. Prof. King res
cited "Shaiuus O'Bryen," in tine style.
r There will be a protracted meeting .at Mt.
z,ion, commencing on eaiuruay Detore tlie
first Sunday In August. On Monday after
the first Sunday in August, the funeral of
J. T. Vestal, iu connection with Betty Ves
ta), will be preached by Rev. R. (i. Irvine.
Wilse Dobbius timed Charley Vaught's
inresner wniie tnresning jonnson uavis
wheat, aud it threshed one bushel per ruin
ute. Mr. Davis' wheat turned out 18 bashels
per acre. Mr. D. is a good wheat farmer.
Polk Milliard's thraslie' thrashed 413 bush
els of wheat for Col. Ridley before dinner.
The first car load of new wheat sent out
of the county aud probably the first ship
ped in the State was sent from Pearl Mills
(ut Friday to Memphis. The wheat was
bought of Mr. Ureen W. Cates, one ol our
best farmers. Davlne 51.18 per bushel lor it.
Thus it appears that Maury is ahead of all
others in the wheat line.
The citisens of Hickman and Maury
will hold a public meetiug at tViliiamsimrt,
at '2 p. iu., Saturday, July 1 1th, to adopt
measures for securing the railroad from St.
Louis. A very laree attendance is expected.
It will be emphatically a business meeting.
The beautiful and touching essay read
lie fore HmnDsliire 1 .outre of tiood TeiuDlars.
and printed by us, was. written by Miss Ella
IN1XOU. auu not Miss cua irvine, a our
tyi es erroneously said. Tne essay would
have done credit to Joe Erwiu, or auy other
talented temperance speaker.
Tl.t Hmi. two ear lowls of wheat, shinned
from any point on the L. and N. Division,
was shipped by Col. t rod win on tne siui oi
June, to .losenh i Anderson. On theSth, a
second car, bought by Col. iiod wiu, was sold
to M. &E. Up to the first of July six cars
had been shipped by Godwin; up to the 4th,
four more, making ten car loads. Five more
cars will be shipped this week, fseuers,
rimmous A Co. thrashed the two first car
loads shipped. - , - ,,:
A friend inlorms us that Mr. Sam Delk,
In the Greenfield Bend, has a mule which
he works in his thrasher, and that if there
is the least unusual sound or indication
that the machinery isnol workiDg properly,
he will instantly stop unut me uiacuinery
From t ime Immemorial it has been con
sldered a good sign If the larmers could nnd
cotton blooms iu their fields by the 4tti of
July. The spriug was so backward this year,
that people thought surely there -.vould be
110 cotton Olooius. uai 10 anu oenom, uere
comes a multitude or them. w. u. ana
Greeu Witberspoon brought ns the first
bloom, or rather two of them, last Monday
raornimr.- Iu the evening of the same day,
Etviug Irvine brought a hue boll that Saudy
Gresharu sent. On thesameday, Mr. James
Howard sent one which he said was worth
one dollar aud turly-eveu cents, which
could bo passed for one hundred and forty
seven dol'ajrs. On Tuesday came George
Cannou atfth a stalk containing two flue
bl.ioms, sent by the Smith Brothers, of the
Otrut Bend, two splendid farmers. The
same day, Tuesday, Deputy Sheritl' Wither
spoou brought us sevaral large stalks, con
taining blooms, and one boll, and the blos
som that had fallen off. It doubtless had
bio nned a week before, which would make
it the first bloom iu the county. Tne stalks
had thirty-live squares on them, aud Green
Witberspoon Is confident oi a bale per acre.
Last year he made HiHJ pounds per acre.
Green certainly deserves success, for he gets
mi .il davliirht. and works hard all day. His
crop looks well he Has made It so by hard
We sell the Razor Steel Sclssort, aud
warrant every pah; we Sell. -
For scissors aud Needles, go to Etubry A
Frierson; they keep the best. 4
Boots and shoes to suit you aud at bot
tom prices, at Emuky A Friekson's.
Sigmuud Hirscli, of the great drygoods
houseof N. Hiisch A Co., Nashville a house
that employs thirty clerks, including John
Green is lu town this week.
Joe Fisherman Bauks, a-handsome and
Intelligent youug gentleman of Thompson's
Ssation, passed through yesterday on his
way to Lewlsburg, to see" I knows" who.
Abram 1). Maury, graudsou of Mr.
Zoo. Maury, was drowned in Harpeth
River, near Krankiin, Monday night.
Mr. Albeit A kers, the social prince of
Middle Tennessee, and his charming wife
aneW. J. Whitthorue, of Columbia, paid
our town a visit last week. Uruwiuiiiic
Mr. O. C. Owen will move to Columbia
and sell goods. Bill Alex says that he will
take the lea l. W. 1. Owen will hold the
fort at Mouut Pleasant. Luck to the boys.
I Franklin Review.
The young people of Lewisbnrg will
have an Ice menu festival and promenade
c jncert in that town next Monday night,
for the benefit ot their new Methodist
Church, which is almost completed. It will
be oue of the prettiest churches iu the coun
try. A new proposition will be submitted to
the people of Marshall county, on the 2-rd
of August. The proposition is to vote ? .,liw
stock iu the Narrow Gauge R. It, in five
equal instalments. One year after the com
pletion of the road, the tax-payers can use
their railroad tax receipts to pay for freight,
or passage, or stock in the road. This Is a
very liberal proM-,itioii, and surely the peo
ple of Marshall will vote for it.
While MaJ. Albert Akersand J. S. Parks
were driving' through South Vine Street
last evening, the wheel of the yehicle came
ofl, ran down the street and on to the side
walk, slightly Injuring a child. Both occu
pants ol the vehicle were thrown out, but
Major Akers held gallantly to the reins and
prevented the frightened auimal from run
ning away. Amerirmi.
v Tennessee Regiments are having reun
ions all over the sia.e. aud the first Tennes
see Is moving iu the same direction. No
regimeut iu the Confederate session has a
better right to l3 proud of Its record than
Uu-' First Tennessee, and it Is proper that
they meet and talk over old times. Bill
Johns, one of the bravest and truest mem
bers of the old Regiment, suggests that tlie
Re union be held ut Nashville OU the tLh
or next October, the l.ith anniversary 01 the
terrible battle of Perryvllle, Ky., where so
many meu were killed, belonging to the
First. What do the surviving Maury Greys
and Brown Guards say? Let Capt. Joe Lee
and Capt. Mad Campbell consult with their
com pan leu, aud find out what they think
about lt. Move l he column.
Mr. J. W. Uelmick, correspondent aud-I
agent or tne 1 omnium tteraui ana miu, is
lu the city lor the purpose of suggesting to
our merchants the advantages of advertis
ing In that popular journal, The Hcnihl
ami Min'l Is o nqiiestionahly oue of the best
weekly papers published, North or South,
es:ei!ialiy lu its feature of home news. As
a cousenueiies. there is hardly a business
man or farmer In Maury County who does
not take it, and tLe circulation In the ad
joining counties also is quit' large. Ameri- ,
can. ' 1 '
Al iheMtllHiVKat tonal Convention held
at Buffalo, . V., last month, Mr. Phillip
Haxall, of Rlehniond, a., made mention
of his mill as follows: "As far back as lKJS
my ancestors, Mr. Phillip Haxall aud his
brother, Mr. Wm. Haxall, bought the site of
these mills, ou which there stood then only
a small grist mill, called by the owners of it
the Columbia Mills, tin tills site the pur
chasers above mentioned, 111 the year IjIim,
ereclod the mills which afterwards came to
be knowu a the Haxall mills. By succes
sive addltiorc, s.nd improveiijepis from this
small begin 11 life, (here lias fpiunt a great
manufacturing establishment, capable of!
grinding 1,ii.0ihi buli! i of wljeat, aud
tun ing out JiKi,iK) barrels of flour uunual
lv." We are of the impression that Mr. An
drew Kuhn, of the "Heot Mills," was for
some years connected with this mill.
-jvo roC'ied last week a nice little bilht
thiux from the Chairi.;e.!; of the Democratic
party of Maury county, live lion. .Xbert Mc
Kay, telling us that lio and llinsley and
Brats had each a slick made out of the Til
den lole which stood on the square In the
city of Columbia. He said they did not and
could not feel nappy, and could, not sleep
well.as long as we wore nqt Que qf thesllpks
manufactured lronj the Iemocr:tlc Liberty
pole. We have ours. We are happy. Be
sides, he asks us 1 we remember about the
big rousemeut that we had under the "stars
ami stripes" floating from that, pole one
night just before the election. Yes, yes, we
recollect it all the surging crowd the
torch-light procession the rat lie of the
muk-jtry eud Jim Andrews' Parrot Gun
thundering lieif. charge at Fa ek lava yes,
we shall never forget it we sl)4'l nver for
get lb call" we were batUina for then. It
was the grandest, greateat aud most glorious
fight that ever was made "bene .th the wide
circuit of t he sun," against corruption In
favor of reform aud g.snl government.
it we got all that is good aud pure In
overijinent ou our side. We triumphed.
Korojae hour the nation was wild with joy
suddenly 'I be '"AJ.au ou Horwebick'- turew
hi. bsltiful shadow across the B-'fif cf the
people tubu we weie uuCoue, His sad. it
Is so sad. It is fearfully sad es, Iht gloom
iest, blackest plague spot on tim body poli-
1 Thib has beeii burned Into iue very
fibres "i vui w... c'w lorgei
ltcuxse Uie wT?icU iLrtt does. , .
"Living shall forfeit fair renown,
And. doubly dying, shall go down
To the vile dt from whence he sprung,
I'uwept; nrllionore aud tnsung.''
No sir. we belong to tlie army cf freuiuon.
wbo have sworn to know no rest political
ly, until the rascals tliut ierpetratd the
greatest crime ol history, have been punish
ed iusuch a manner, that Scorn's long, bo
n v finger shall everlastingly point, to ihem
as the veriest wretches that ever sold their
ouls and bf trayed their eouutry. We are
glad to kno- that we are iu such ir goodly
company that McKay Is there that Bragg
Is there and last, but not by any means
least th? I the glorious Horsely is there he
Is uitutitlveiy tight lie don't know how to
le auy other way.' "be i goc-1 cJ;eei-," the
tlay dawneth lu which thebostd of corrup
tion will be cast out where thera will be
weeping aud waillug and gnasliing of teeth.
God hasten it FYanklin Kcrtrw.
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; - ' SPRINU HILL ITEMS.
tservices were held at the Presbyterian aud
Methodist Churches In this place on lat
Sabbath, by the pastors of the respective
congregations. Dr, Wright took as his
theme for the morning service, "That tiiou
art Peter, and upon this rock I will build
my church, and the eates of hell shall not
prevail against it'" This stroug hold of
Catholicism, under which they claim infal
ibillty . and regular line of succession from
Peter, au the first Pone, down to tne present
incumbent of that priestly or lice, was
shown most clearly and conclusively, to
have been -wrested from its legitimate
mean lue. and referred, not to Peter, but to
Christ, as the rock upon which the church
was built and established. Dr, Wright's ar
guments aud facts were ample, aud exhaus
tive of the subject, and evinced a most thor
ough knowledge ot ecclesiastical history.
While he was thus probing deeply into
what all Protestants believe to be u griev
ous error of the Roman Catholic Church, he
uuilUHKJillh VI UlUUl'dB auu 1 1. 1
aud .stated that, with all the errors and
high pretensions of that august organiza
tions, he bad no doubt but that through her
Instrumentality, multiplied thousands had
been saved in tne kingdom of Heaveu.
THE FOURTH QUARTERLY MKlCTlKOi,
for this charge, will be held at the Metho
dist Cliorch in this place on Saturday and
Sunday, the 14th and lilh, insts. All Meth
odist understand that this is the closing
work of the Presiding Elder of the district.
A time at which the financial claims of
the elder aud pastor should be liquidated.
Dr. J. M. Wright has served the Methodist
Church of the charge, embracing this place
and Thompson Station, with fidelity and
marked ability. It is but simple justice to
Bay that he is the peer of any of the able
ministers, who have ever filled this ap
pointment. He Is highly esteemed lor his
high, moral, social and Intellectual quali
ties, and every one in the church, and out of
it, say that "the - laborer is worthy of his
hire," Spring Hill has rarely, if ever, failed
to meet her oblisal Ions to the preachers.
and now backed by Thompson Station, who
ho ds in the bosom of her Methodist Church,
some of the wealthiest, noblest and most
liberal men of that or any other communi
ty, shall we falter in our united strength?
God has blest us with au abundant wheat
crop, the proceeds of which is coming iu
just as it is need, d, to meet this claim. Let
every member ot the church set apart so
much of this fund as wiil meet what they
know to be their Just proportion of the re
maining deficfency, which was brouyht to
their attention on last Sabbath, by Colonel
Martin T. Cheiars. the venerable financial
Stewart ot this station. It is intended by
Dr. Wright, to protract the meeting for a
week or louger. if circumstances seem to
In our Inst week's items we intended to
say that Dr. Core was the attending physi
cian of Mr. Charles Buford. but the types
called him Dr. Cave. It is not remarkable
that the printers should occasionally, or in
deed, frequently make mistakes, for they
have not time to decipher the illegibly
written manuscripts, for as with ourself,
they are hurriedly written, and oftcu our
a's and o's, r's and v'a, are so much alike
that the mistake is a natural one. Dr. Jee
G. Core, Sr.though not old In years, Is one
of our oldest and ablest physicians, and his
son, Jesse G. Core, Jr., a resident oi 'i'liomp
son Station, I a chip of the old block, and a
young man 01 Drigni promise, ap is souuu
to the cure in medical knowledge, and has
never been knowu to cure iu a case as long
as life continued to flicker.
' ' OUR CITY COUNCIL "
have issued a decree that no horse shall be
either hitched or turned loose on the streets.
A few violations of this order have resulted
lu the payment of tines, (only one dollar.)
and In some unpleasant feelings. Mr. Cow
sert the town Constable, has acted with
promptness, and has shown a determina
tion to dlscharee his official duties. As the
few cases which have occurred, are the best
advertisement of the ordinauce, there wiil
likely lie no further trouble. Compromise
the present troubles, forget the past, rub out
the old scores and begin anew.
WHITE CLIFF SPRINGS,
one of the highest points of the mountains
regions of East Tennessee, is growing in pop
ular favor, it is above the clouds, and
must be a good place, as our friends. Col. M.
T. Cheairs, Col. and Mrs. Sheegog, are mak
ing arrangements to speud the summer
is lu full blat. Mai. N. B. Cheairs and
W. H. Brown are ousbim; their steam
thresher to its utmost capacity, and from
their welt kuowu character for energy and
good management, we predict for them a
Mr. NorHeet Figuers and family art-
spending a few weeks with relatives and
menus in this place and vicinity.
Misses iiora and sallie Meliem.,re are on
a visit to Mr. aud Mrs. J. F. Alexander. The
former has accepted a situation as music
teacher lu a school of high grade, a positiou
for which she is eminently qualified, aud
wiil enter upon her duties there about the
15th of July.
Miss Lizzie Wilkes, one of Cullewka's most
intelligent aud lovely young ladies, is on a
visit lo our uiwu.
Miss Cynthia Pointer and Mtss Betlle
Turner, are visiting the family of Mr. Tom
Bradley, in Franklin. Miss Anna cornier
is with the belle of Soring Hill, and the two
are shivering lbs hearts of some ef our
Chips front Rock Mprings.
Last week I had the pleasure of visitius
a portion of our sister couuty, Marshall, and
in my travels tnrongu iue old neignoor
hood, I traversed the old footpaths that
were made by myself and others of my
youthful days, going to and returnlog from
school. I wa3 deeply Impressed with the
sweet recollections of the past, and to my
surprise found the old school-house yes,
the old log cabin still standing as a mouu
meutoltiie days of yore. But of my old
school-mates, alas! where are they ? Some
have moved toother climes, while a goodly
number have irone to that undiscovered
country, from wliose bourne no traveler has
ever yet returned, uuly two remaining 111
the neighborhood, one a'lady, whose reason
is dethroned, bound as it were with fetters,
aud in a few days will be conveyed to the
Slate Lunatic Asylum. Our connection to
gether as school-mates was characterized oy
Irlendship and brotherly sympathy, con
tention titcietifi Urvud batie never eutered
our ranks, nor m irred the peace of our as
sociation, uu nave we wauuereu, arm in
arm, through those classic groves, losing
ourselves amid the Innocent pleasures of
youth. But why transport ourselves back
on memory's wings, to scenes Qf bygoue
Of Joys departed, never to return,
How bitter's the remembrance.
Pausing a moment to cast a lingering look
at the old school grounds, a thousand sweet
reminiscence aud pleasant associations
clustered around the past, and should I
never meet my loved class-mates again,
yet "will fond memory bring back the light
of other days."
As "Louis" has failed togive au account of
the closing exercises of Prof. W. T. L'ssery's
scliool at this place on the luth ult., I take
the liberty of furnishing your readers with a
synopsis of the same. The exercises of the
day were highly commendable to both
teacher and pupils; so much so, that the
friends and patrons of the school are highly
elated with having secured the services of
so proficient a teacher. The exhibition of
dlalogues.declamatlons, etc.,begau precisely
at 7'., p. m., by the students of the school,
formiug a procession, headed by a band of
music, and marching around the audience;
thence into the preparation room, when
the entertainment began, according to pro
gramme. After the compositions and dec
lamations by the young ladies and little
boys, the audience was very aareeably en
tertained by a spirited address on education,
by Geo. C. Taylor; a talented lawyer of Co
lumbia. Next 1 11 order came the dialogues,
about twenty in number, which were well
selected, and redacted much credit on the
teacher aud his assistants, some being very
amusing, while others were grand &ud In
structive, All were highly entertaining, es
pecially the last and downing piece ot the
night, the "Perfection of Beauty," an opera,
by t he whole school. The band discoursed
at Intervals some sweet strains of music.
Never have we witnessed better deportment
by an audience, numbering aiiout five or
six hundred, with the exception of about
T0or7"), more or less, who, strange to say,
crowded the nselves into the 'preparation
room," on the stage, to the very great in
convenience of the mauagers aud perform
ers. I nder this pressure, one end of the
stage gave away, and fell with a crash to
t he ground, npsettlu'g, among others, our
friend. Sain D. Hayes, his head going down,
aud his feet pointing heavenward, thereby
a very interesting "tableau.
W e would not lorget to mention that some
six or eight of those on the stage anil iu the
preparation room, (who were not directly
connected with the exercises) were there by
request , and of course are not alluded to as
transgressors. And while we dislike to cen
sure any oue who honored us wltlr their
presence on that occasion, we deem it our
duty to defend the managers aud polormers,
and must say those alluded to, acted very
uugeiie.-ousand uukiud toward the mana
gers. .X s M n D. Hay es name :iau beeu
called, fye reeiu t proper to 'inform you
(hat lie was mil an intruder, but 'was th?re
by request. If these intruders had been per
sous from the "backwoods," we could more
readily excuse them, biTt as it Is not our in
tention to ollend auy oue, we will say no
more, but sincerely hope there iil not be
a repef't'on of the same, at the next enter
tainment should we ifSvc anetber.
1 ! " AJ.VHCKLLA.
Tlie ii rand Old Von rth of July.
Our City Fathers invited the Fathers of
Lewisburg to be present on I tie 4th, aud
Lewisburgaud Cqlumbia wuiild juiu togeth
er in celebrating the fourth of July, as they
were now united by bars of Iron. Cupt.
Williamson brought dowu on his "pony"
about 3KJ citizens of Marshall County. The
old THdennd Hendricks flg, which once
floated frofu he pole on the square, was
buug on a rope, which was stretched across
the street In front of W. R. Elam A Co., and
Mr. Jamei Andrews' be-iutiful fag, which
he purchased whlu at the' CehteUuial. float
ed from the third story wiu. low of' his
house; and on the band wagou aud car
riages were. -flags. The train" arrived at
about 0 o'clock, and the City Fathers and
citlneus in carriages, the Silver Helicau
Baud, which Is oue of the very best in the
Slate, together with Capt T. E. Butler aud
his tire company, who were all dressed in
their uniforms, aiUi their eugiue, which
was almoin covered with Hags, met the Lew
lsburg deTegatiqu ax JJie depot, and headed
by the baud, audCliy Marshall White, who
was Grand Marshall of the occasion, tliev
drove through the town, aud out to the City
Park, aud then back to tho shade in front
of Lamb & Boyd's furniture store, where
Mayor Latta, with beautilul words, intro
duced Recorder E. Y. Pillow, who was se
lected to welcome them to our city and its
Lo.s'qtalilies. Evan made a beautiful and
appropriate speech t welcome, and was
long aud louiUy cptjfauded et iis couclu
slou. Alter a lively piece by the baud, Capt.
Lewis Was Introduced, who responded to
the speech of weloome with a yery iensible
speech, after whu.b our Cty 1'alheia dined
the Lewisburg l athers at the Guest House.
The train left for Lewisburg at about 4
o'clock and returned about! then went
back to Lewisburg at about mtd-night, so
as to give some an opportunity to go to the
Cn.y Park at night, which many did.
"We offer our entire stock of oprlug and
Summer clothing at reduced prices. Try us.
91T. PI.EASAST ITEMS.
For the last few days the heat has been
intense, which is convincing that the sum
mer is now upon us. A rush for soda water
has followed the inevitable demands for
palm leaf fans, with the exception of a dou
fully stupid rumor afloat now and then iu
the circles, triangles and squares of ML
Pleasant society, of some marriage that Is to
come off. broken off, or never off? every
thing Is quiet and the "wood-pecker' hangs
high. In these latter days of ours, hearts
and darts, living and loving, and dying for
one another, and all that sort of thing, to
nse the vernacular of the country Is played
out. We must have a solid foundation to
build matrimony on; blocks of bullion aud
cement of greenbacks, and supports of
UU1IU1I, HUU gllUCIVUI muvK-, uvtv.,ua cot
tage, or oilier airy residences, is not at all
suited to the thermometer, at "zero" in the
sun at winter, and go in me snaae in sum
mer. A cabin ' In the Jungles will do
well enough in the trout and deer season,
but will scarcely accommodate a modern
Can Can.or give room for the Kierman. Tlie
fiancee of the period prefers a brown stone
or marble, with a thousand acres of land, if
tbey are prosaic. Most women through
life, and man v men. too. have suffered lu a
deadly combat, between love, reason and
ambition; Dives like famishing for the one
cool drop of water, which the representa
tive of fate inexorably withholds; bnt the
fire burns secretly and society espies it not
Among the passionless dramati jternonte,
who act upon the stage of life, how many
real tragedians are hidden, Known, only to
the recording angel. Ah ! A time will come
when rich wax poor, and when the glitter
and pomp of the whole coronet from Gol
conda may appear, but the false garnish
show, that entraps the nattering moth. In
the untrodden and misty path of an uncer
tain future, amid the chances aud changes
of life, it were better that a millstone were
hung aliout the neck, than to awaken to a
sense of wasted life. Amid the beauty and
gewgaws on one side, and vanity, iempty
show, mean ambition, on the other, for
sooner or later, Nemesis and Hie will nave
Miss Laura P., a most lovely youug lady
of Jones' Academy, whose beauty is only
equalled by her accomplishments, is visit
ing her brilliant and charming cousins,
Misses Alice and Lizzie H., of this vicinity,
Mr. Perkins Maury, of this place, is visit
lug relatives and friends of Franklin, Tenu.
Miss Mattle Herndon, the y,ueen of vong,
has gone to Columbia to spend the summer
Miss Mary Wormley, a bright and stylish
lady of Memphis, who has been visiting her
beautiful young friends, Misses Addle and
Mamie Goodloe, left for her home on Mon
day last. Miss W.,- aside from her pretty
face, is possessed of rare conversational
powers, and already has become a great fa
vorite with those who had the pleasure of
We chronicle the death, this week, of one
of our oldest citizens, Mr. Wm. 1. Cecil, who
was born in Virginia, but lor a number of
years, lias been avresident of this country, and
oue of the most successful farmers that ever
lived In it He has been a member of the
Methodist Church for several years, aud
died In the full assurance of a Redeeming
Saviour. He was buried at the family ceme
tery on Friday afternoon, and his funeral
was attended by a vast concourse of people.
The deceased leaves a widow and several
children to mourn their loss, wbo in the
hours of their afUiction, have the genuine
sympathies of a large number of friends.
Mr. Ed. Carpenter, of Columbia, with his
mother, sister and three children, passed
through this place last week, en route to
Mr. William C. Napier's, where they expect
to remain sometime.
The lovers of soda water should visit Wil
liams & Bro., where tbey will find lake ice,
and syrup so sweet that would make a
womau jealous, and run a boy crazy, for
only 10 cents a glass.
Rod has really gone to Texas, and "Dal"
says, "Oh! blame him not for weeping, be
has no companion now."
Woman, lovely woman, last at the cross,
and first at the sepulchre, In order that the
news of tue resurrection might spread the
sooner; sweet Insplrer of every charity; in
fallible lurker at the bottom of every devil
try. Another Sweet William has been nip
ped iu the bud, and bowed beneath the
crushing yoke of a resistless she-ocracy, and
got his gizzard smashed at last. Here is
his travail after a severe confinement of
Heavily o'er me the shadows are closing,
Dreary and chill sounds the fast falling rain,
Hence to the pillow that knows no repos
ing, Heuce, love, never to view thee again;
F'ate bids us sever,
Never, oh, never,
To meet love azain.
Gon a up Salt river to meet Dr. W .
Walter P., the fine son of Maury Hamble
touian, and out of that light-stepping and
Hue blooded old mare, Miss "Sue Chapman,"
died a few weeks ago. This colt was a rich
bay, very large, finely built, with great
boue, substance, and going mover, and had
he lived, no doubt would have made a
second Dexter some day. His death was a
great loss to his owners Dr. Hint Williams
We noticed that our excellent friend, Dick
Bullock, of the Franklin Keriew antlJouriml,
eviuces a determination that our people
shall be represented in the next legislature,
by bringing forward the name of a gentle
man of rare, intellectual qualities and tine
attainments. Mr. John Crowe, of Rally
Hill, wuose pen is distinguished for delica
cy, lluish and beauty, recalling all the es
sential qualifications, of a man of genius.
Mr. Crowe is a gentleman, whose acquain
tance is a privilege, and friendship and
honor. Through a busy life, in which he
is the architect of his own fortune, he has
won the love of friends and the respect of
all who know him. No blemish rests upon
his fair character; that unstrained, will go
to his children, their dearest possession.
John is a farmer, a thorough-going business
man, and understands the wants of the peo
ple. Let us Unity around the UUL, aud elect
uim senator oy a nuge maiorny.
We would say to those interested that we
and Vuxporusare different individuals; we
have no now deplume. We say this in or
der that our Identity may not be mistaken.
F'rom the last Herald we noticed an ar
ticle uuder the head of "Society Wit" i n
which "Roaming Vuxporus" essays a criti
cism on a couple of doctors, (so-calledl; oue
standing on his bead, gazing at the moon,
aad trying to build a worm-fence around a
herd of cornets; the other looking up a
"nine "cranium viue. und snutting tlie
very air for a withered rose. "Vux" is a
geuileman of such kindly heart that we
must believe the criticism the result of
thoughtlessness, and not of thought, else
he would never have trilled with a subject
so f ull of inexpressible misery that only
those who know how lt is themselves, can
appreciate it. A subject so sacred that it
ought to be as secure from idle jest as
though it belonged to Heaven itself. No
more such conduct as 7ioe iu the future,
There was a delightful entertainment and
ice cream supper given by Capt W. S. Jen
nings, a lew evenings ago. Some of our best
known society people were present, and the
aft'air was characteristic of all that was
agreeable and elegant Among the guests,
were the beautilul Miss Ella B.; the exquis
ite aud dark-eyed Miss Sallie C,; the lovely
Miss lxu F. and the bright, witty aud irre
sistable Miss Mollie M., of Arkansas. There
were a number of charming beaux, among
whom was Dr. Blsh H-, Mr. Perkins M Mr.
Willis C. and others.
Mr. William nwen went to Frauklln, his
old home, last Sabbath, and returued Mon
day, bringing with him his little daughter,
Belle, aud our genial friend, Mr. Hardy
Oweu, who will remain sometime.
A most deligbllnl hop was given at Mrs'
S s. Campbell's last week to the accom
plished MissAnuie Priest, of Spring Hill.
The night was verv warm, but everybody
enjovwl themselves, and the dancing was
kept up until the "wee sma' hours." Miss
Priest was in the graduating class ot the
Franklin school of June; last and like all
who receive diplomas frou that school,
she is thoroughly educated. She is also,
like most persons ot literary taste aud at
tainments, an ardent admirer of Byron.
Miss Nannie Evan's school at the Vestal
school-house, bad lu closing exercises last
r rlday. not Deing present, we are unacie
to give an extended notice; but it being her
school Is sufficient guarantee that it was
alike creditable to teacher and scholars.
Miss E. is a thorough trainer of the young
mind, and has considerable experience.
iler school begins again about the first Of
August She left ou Saturday for her home
st li 11 1. w ootl
Prof. Crews, the blind musician, and Prof.
S ephensou, the Southern veutrlloqulst,
legerdemainist, balancer, etc., gave one of
ineir evening entertainments at lamihk
Hope Church last Saturday night. They
had a large add appreciative audience, and
all were pleased except a young man with
out a family, who had wearing apparel ta
ken from his his hat and exhibited to the
crowd, which we all knew was entirely too
small for him.
Tba funeral of Mrs. Susan Nichols, whose
death we noticed some time since, was
preached last Sunday by Rev. Dr. Molloy, of
Misses Ida and Slmmle Latta, two young
ladies cf many charms, are visiting their
schoolmate friends, the Misses Alexander.
Our beaux, with their usual gallantry, are
eudeavoring to make their stay pleasant
A party composed pf Mr. Ab rMcM. and
Miss Amelia 1-M Mr. Mit H. an'd Miss Carrie
A., Mr. Cam. M. and Miss Ida L. attended
S reaching in Williamson county last Sun
ay. We think their christian zeal is very
commendable to take such a drive as that
on such an oppressively warm day as last
Miss Cora T., a brown-eyed, fun-loving
b.'auty, of the Beech Grove neighborhood,
was ou u visit to Mr. Hunters family last
week. 1 . 1 s 1
The Croquet party at Mr. Thos. Harbison's
was very poorly attended by the young
men. The young ladies, feet that it was not
very compUmeutary to themselves, but
they must excuse them, as it was a very
Mrs. Lou 11, Blessing leit last ween. 10 vis
it relations and friends in the Concord
Misses Fannie H and Anna M. our two
lovely blondes, were visiting last week in
the Beech Grove and Laurel Hill neighbors
hoods. Kadi we misst d H,em, tud gladly
we welcome theiu back-'
We were glad to mael our genial frieud,
Capt J. W. Stephenson, of Holly Springs,
Afis In Columbia last Saturday. He talk
ed much of Piiiiiiu's Sprlugs, and expects
to be in attendance the entire season.
We notice with pleasure our young friend
Willie Kerr, who has been sutlcrlmr from
quite a severe aud protracted attack of acute
rheumatism. Is able to be out air-tin,
A daring robbery took 1 lace Lear here on
the 3d. 4" EogeuellunUtf wasgoiug home
he was suddenly attacked. by a ruan in fe
male attire, who seued bim la an iron
grasp, aud robbed him. Full particulars
next wee, IDLER.
narriac ol Nr. J. W. rlea.
Mr. Joe W. Gordon, one of the editors of
the Columbia Jouriud, was married on Wed
nesday of last week, to Miss Beatrice Par
ktr, at Bryan, Texas. They left for Galves
ton, where they will remain a short time
with the bride s uncle. Mr. Gordon is a tal
ented young mail, and he Uas married a
brigh t aud aceomp.ihed girl, one that grad
uated w ith di-Skiuctiuu in Columbia Female
Institute, May their life be Spring Sum
mer, Autumn and Winter their vnTVih rn
of Joy aud brightness: their iblddle age full
of love and viuor; their approaching turn
ripe, hearty and healthy; their old age
tirul, even In decline.
The Helicon Band will hereafter irlve
their weekly concerts at the Park on Thurs
day night, -
CAMPBELL station itehr.
There Is an old Drnh nhih ' .... .i.
fortune never came alone." This has been
veWhed in tne famiiy 0f Thos. White, of
late. On Sunday night, the 24th of last
mouth, after the family had all returned
oea, several of them, aoout the same time,
smeit someining Duruing. .Mrs. wmtegot
up and went to the cook-room, where she
found a parcel of clothes tnat were hanging
on a poie, suspeuuing ituiu toe ceiling, on
fire, and in a very short time would Tiave
I beeu beyond control. The pole was pulled
1 down and the fire soon extinguished. Bruce
vvmte, Deiore going to oeu, naa gone into
the cook-room for something and passed
under the pole with a lamp, and set the
clothes on fire and went out and did not
Know ft The next Wednesday; while Mrs.
White was iu the back., yard, abe
stuck a nail lu the bottom of her foot
wnicn was very painiui. one naa to go on
crutches for a few days. The next morning,
Master t rank vt nite, wno is about a year
oiu, was out in me wurKnuop trying 10 spilt
a stick of wood with the drawing-knife and
cot his middle finger, on the left band, at
tue nrsi joint aoove tue uaii, auu cut tne in
dex finger to the bone.
A scaffold fell a few days ago at the new
building of A. W. McDonald's, precipitating
Mr. Inman and Mr. Garrett to the ground,
hurting the latter pretty badly; the former
not quite so bad.
Gid Hobbs got a fall last Saturday at the
station, which hurt him so badly that the
family physician had to be called iu. He
fell with his side across the railroad tract.
Carson Calvert, who lives a short distance
east of this place, went to Cornersvllle a few
days ago, aud while there, bought a bridle
bit, which he tied on his saddle behind, and
while making a finish of his business some
one concluded they would play a prank on
him. The saddle was taken off and the bit
put on the horse's back, then the blanket
and saddle. When Mr. Calvert got on his
horse to-start home the horse commenced
cutting up: he paid no attention to this as
the animal always done this when he first
got on him. After he had got about half
way home he got dowu to investigate mat-
ters. The animal was cut to tne noiiow oy
the bit, from the effects of which it died' in
four or five days. -'- -
A gentleman has been through this vicin
ity soliciting orders to have photographs
enlarged. He would take your photograph
aud send it to his place of business, and re
turn 11 10 you iu one mouui, euiariteu auu ui
a nice frame for five dollars.
Mr, T.A.White aud his beautiful bride,
of Bigbyvllle, spent last-Sunday in the vil
Ab. Adkisson, son of Yerby Adkissomwho
went to Texas about one year ago, was mar
ried a short time since, in iue uone star
State; so we need uot look for Ab. back
Joel H Harris has left the village and
goue to Nashville, to do business lor a hard
Wheat thresbiDg has commenced, but the
yield is not as good as was anticipated.
Died of consumptiou, at the residence of
Col. J. S. Perry, June the l'Jtto, Phillip Sel
Mrs. E. Lumsden, of Cedar Creek, has
been visiting old frleuds and relatives lor
the past several days.
Misses Sne Perry and A.J. Beckett, of Big
byvllle, who have been visiting CoLJ.S.
Perry's family for several days, returned to
their homes Tuesday last, carrying with
them the hearts of some ot our finest heaux;
two deuizens of Mt. Airy Among the num
Mrs. A. B. So well and Mrs. Craig, two
beautiful and accomplished ladies, of
Campbell Station, have been visiting rela
tives and lrieuds lu the vicinity during the
The Misses Crawford, of Thompson Sta
tion, two beautiful, witty and charming
young ladles, were visiting their cousin,
Miss 1 la Uie Dobbins, last week. They re
ceived many calls from the gallant beaux of
the neighborhood whilst here;- some of
whom heretofore manifested some interest
aud zeal iu the direction of the station.
There was a chu'eh meeting at Lasea last
Saturday evening, but no definite results
from the same.
Died on the 21th of June, at the resi
dence of Mrs. A. Adkisson, near Blanton's
Chapel, of paralysis and general debility,
Mrs. Margaret ltamsey. She had been an
invalid for many years,and died in her 62nd
year. She was a zealous member of the
Presbyterian Church, Her remains were
burled at Blauton Chapel, cemetery; funer
al services oy Rev. x . J en 111x011.
Elder Ransom had Quarterly Meeting at
Blauton Chapel last Saturday and Sunday.
He delivered a series of flue discourses to
large and appreciative audiences.
Miss Johnnie Speer has returned from
Bedford County, where she has been en
gaged for several months teaching school.
She is as bright and beautiful as ever.
There are two powerful concurlng causes
that conspire to make the farmers iu this
neighborhood patient and forbearing, or fe
verish and boisterous, owing to their sever
al temprements. We allude to bad fencing
and nuschieveous stock. The latter seems
to be somewhat religiously disposed, as
they commit the major part of their depre
dations on Sunday. . .'
The corn crop Is unusually bad, caused by
lice destroying the roots.
since the wheat tnresuiug commeuceu,
many are very much disappointed, . the
yield much llerlter than they anticipated
Some have made less than half that they
expected, yet the quality is very good. The
major part will be threshed by Saturday
J. J. Dobbins Is very sick. He has been
afflicted with paralysis for several months,
and his condition is very precarious at
present, and considered hopeless. He Is a
good man, aud his death, would be greatly
Cedar Creek Wind lags.
The wheat harvest is about over, aud ow
lng to the rust the cfop will be light. The
average of this neighborhood per acre, will
be about five bushels. Corn is very small
lor the time of year; but where it has been
cultivated well, it Is growing rapidly now,
The corn on Hardin Mayberry's farm looks
fine. Mr. May berry is oue of our best and
largest farmers, aud one of the cleverest
men in Maury County, u. M. Hardlson. an
other one of our larmers, who is as generous
aud accommodating as meu ever get to be
in this country still we have something
agaiust them they will both plant some
cotton; out tuey are tapering on ana 1
think will soon quit, lt is strange (Air far
mers will plaut cotton, when they can see
so plainly theie is no money in it.
J. H. Morton, the enterprising merchant
of Berlin, is wanting to buy fifty tbousand
bushels of wheat delivered at his store, or at
the denot. sout h of Berlin, tie proposes to
nay Shelby ville prices. Mr. Morton is deci
dedly a t radio" mtn: he will buy most auy
thing his neighbors have to sell produce,
and all kinds of stock. Such a man is a
great advantage to a neighborhood.
Mr. H. Green, havlug lost as many chick
ens by the rats as he could afford at one
time, made a raid on a small corn crib, took
out tne tloor, aud with what force he bad at
command, consisting of men and dogs, he
succeeded iu killing oue hundred aud ten,
nearly all erowu. Move the column.
The exhibition at Cedar Creek came off
last Friday night and to say the least it was
a success. 11 did great credit to frx.i. Mauey
aud his students. We have not time and
space to give the whole programme of the
evening, could we remember it all. There
was a tie between Miss Eva Liggett aud Mr.
John Denhani for the prize in spelling; tbey
had to draw for It Mr. Den ham drew it
We have heard Mr. Denbara censured by
several for not giving the prize to Miss Eva.
This is doing him injustice, for he did all
that a gentleman could do to get Miss Eva
to accept it but she declined. The dialogues
weie very good, and they were splendidly
acted. "Mrs. Twain's Shoe," by Miss Coma
Mayoerry aud Mr. Wat McLane, was acted
splendidly. "Wiu;lie$ in the Cream," by
Miss Jennie Tally, Miss Eva Liggett, Miss
IjOii Mayberry, Mr. John Denha.u, Tommle
Richardson, Phillip Regin, was very amus
ing. "Laura Dundreary's Visit," by Misses
Cora Sowell, Lou Harris, and Messrs. Rich
ard Brown, Will Den ham, drew from the
large audienca considerable applause.
"Yaokee's Assuranoe."by Misses Amelia
Tally, Tennle Richardson and Laura May
berry, was very good. Miss Laura can't be
surpassed lu acting Yankee Doctor. "The
Family not to pattern after," was one of the
richest pieces of the evening. There were
ten characters, in. which the participants
acted their parts splendidly. The last acted
was the "Golden Slipper." All acted their
parts to perfection. The marriage, a tableau
scene, was beautiful; beyond description.
We have neglected to nientlonseveral pieces
that Miss Virgie McLane took part In. Her
acting was equal to any of the young ladies,
aud besides she Is a little beauty.
Oeatn ol an Old Maury County Btan.
Seth Godwin was born In North Carolina,
Nov. 13, 17U7; was born again Aug. 10, 1H24,
at which time he Joined the Methodist
Church, and lived therein a consistent
Christian until his death, Sept 27, 187K.
Fat her Godwin was one of the links which
united us to the past He immigrated to
Tennessee in IS17; married Miss Nancy M.
Vestal In 1820, with whom he lived until
170, at which time she died iu peace, lie
was married agalu to Mrs. Amanda Gallop,
In 17J, who survives to mourn with his
children his death. The name of Godwin is
a synonym, of Methodism, at le.tst so far as
I know, all of the family being members,
and most of them, officers in the Methodist
Cliuch. Father Godwin was deeply pious,
aad at almost every conversation contrived
to say something about religion. He was
not ashamed of his Master, and, though
timid and shrinking, he was powerlul In
prayer. I hardly ever heard hiiii pray In
public, but some in the cougregalioh were
moved to tears. But he Is gone. We shall
miss his counsels and prayers, but our loss
Is bis eternal gain. Though he died sudden
ly, his conslsteut life aud uoustaut trust In
the Saviour, leave behind the testimony
that he is at rest. This removal but places
another beacon-light upon the headlands of
glory to urge bis children, already on the
way, and his surviving companion, to press
ou to meet htm. May God bless aud bring
them all together at last J. E, Bkcii.
Vhe J4iy Park,
As was heretofore announced the mana
gers ol the City Park gave their 4th of July
celebration last Wednesday night. The
night was dark and clear, aud the road was
dry and dusty, aud t he Park was beauli
f 11 fly lighted with Chinese transparencies,
lanterns: caudles, etc., and presented a
oeaottful and attractive appearance. There
were about tiUO persous present from the
town, surrounding eouutry, and a good
number from Lewisburg. 1 he stiver Hell
con Baud was on hand, aud their innsic was
splendid. Tlie Cooper Helicau Baud put in
heir appearance at a later hour, took the
music stand, aud at the conclusion or each
piece, were loudly applauded. XUls was
tbeir first appearance in. pub'.lo jn our
town, and we .must tl)(4t tueir mut(ic
w" Very good indeed. The tire works were
composed ol Romau caudles and sky rock
ets, and they were perfectly beautiful. The
sky rockets, as they weut up Mt or 400
yards, would erplode and Greate beautiful
miniature meteoric showers of variegated
colors, aud the large crowd would frequent
ly clap their hands loudly, Just beiore they
would stri ke the ground. The ten-pin alley
was crowded ail night with players, and
was the center ol attraction. Ice cream
and lemonade was In great abundance. The
whole affair was a giaud success, much be
yond the expectation of every one. We
are glad to see such success crowning the ef
foits of the managers ot the City Park, and
bope lt will continue to be, as lt Is now the
place of resort for our town. These enter
hients will be given every week, and we
would advise every one t go to the mana
gers and procure a season, ticket, .
' HICKMAN COUNTY ITEMS.
Our school under the management of Pro
lessor Hal bach .Iclosed last, week, and the
f.uj.iB ii.hu iiuiHuuiiw uuvemi gone uome,
n many Instances accompanied by their
classmates, aud to-day our town looks like
a ueserteu piaee. ine young ioiks always
give to a village me ana vivacity, and to
take from it the youth and beauty that usu
ally is in attendance at a well kept -village
scuooi is line ta&ing 11 le arops irom the
bony ox the living.
Mrs. Marsh Johnson, with her two beau-
uiui aausuters, are visiting mends in Co
o. A. Nixon and- entire .family are
visiting jtinsjoias in cnariotte. ...
Miss Annie Claentt has returned.' frbm a
two months visit in West Tennessee; and
lltirhiir bnl,hM...lnhniiiM l'lRjrti. rmi ...it.A
homo from the Vanderbilt 1 niversity.
John H. Moore. Esn.. is still in the meshps
of the ague, and lias reduced shaking to a
science, having had a two honrs tussel wit.n
it every day for a week.
. Dr. J. C. Ward, the great leader 'Of temper
ance in our town, Is btiir boldly defending
us cause, ootn privately ana puDUciy.
There seems to be a good deal of talk
amongst the people about the oontem plated
rauroau irorn XMasnviiie to Florence, Alaba
ma.' The opinion now Is that it Can be
built through our coanty. to start from Bon
Aqua Station, on the Northwestern Road,
aud run near Bon Auqua Springs and
Pinewood to Centreville; will traverse al
most a continued - ridge, and at the ramc
time be in close proximity to the waters of
Lick Creek and Pine River, and will be
nearly the entire route on a bed of iron ore
that is inferior to no iron beds in the United
States. . From here the route will be by
yEtna Furnace on to Lawrenoeburg. The
whole route will be through almost a con
tinued bed of iron, which would give em
ployment to thousands of laborers that are
now Idle, aud develop tne best Iron region
In tho world. , ,1 ... , .1- -;
- Cnlleona ottinsr. '
It is awful hot weather." and as the
Georgia woman aald about the "sure enough
coffee," it puts me into "a perspiration of a
sweat," just to think about it. So you may
expect the Jottings to move like Mr.Sinith
old horse "mighty slow."
Last week was a busy tune with the bar
vesters. All day long could be heard the
sound of the threshing machines, mingled
witn the taut 01 uie threshers. ,, jn umbers 01
tne nanos leit ior uoiumuia on saturaay
evening, with glad hearts and full pv.-kets.
They went iu search of store clothes, that
uiey nugut shine out on Sunday.
The wheat crop is said to be good, and
buying has br en brisk among some of our
moreuauis. w e. are not prepared to speak
of the comrxtrative yield between this year
and last. We hope It Is sufficiently heavy
to auow au, tue luxury oi "Discuiir-ureua,
at least twite a dav it. is noticeable that
since the days of freedom, our colored clti
zens are not half so fond of corn bread.
Our P. O. has Heen made a money order
office. .This is a great convenience to the
citizens, as thev were sometime obliced to
delay important business transactions, or
iname a trip to Columbia.
Au influx of vistors and summer students
nas caused some vitality in social life. Mr.
Harris Hargrove, once a student here, is re
newing friendships, and foriuiug new ones,
among the sclioolooys and oitlzentj. He is
tne guest of Mrs. Elvira Wilkes.
Anions the new arrlvalsare Messrs. Kb Inn.
Joynes ami Kmiey, wma of Dr. Shlpp, of
Vanderbilt. University, Prof. Joynes, Van-
uerDiit university, ana nr. X). c, Keiley.
There was a delightful musical soiree at
the residence of Mr. Jas. Cochrane, last
Thursday evening. We are glad to say that
tuere was no aaiu.-ina. ciau. oecause this
amusement has become so popular, even in
Christian communities that many believe
social recreation an lmpossiDiiity wituout
it. rsome 01 our young laaies are accom
plished, both in .vocal and instrumental
music. xuey are good conversationalists
too, ana can entertain in nne style, any
youug man who can appreciate qualities of
head and heart Byron - on the Walt
should have a free circulation.
I. O. O. F. had an Installation of officers
at the Presbyterian Church last night. July
5th. Geo. C,. Taylor was expected to deliver
We hear it rumored that the vouirn ladies
have an loe cream supper in contemplation.
it is at least anionic Lhe Pleasant possibili
Professors W. It and J. M. Webb, and the
Rev. Mr. Harrison, have gone to Shelbyvlile
Ia utluiwl Iha T.... .., fv,' r 11 it nf .. rT" li
went In snrlnz watrons. and iftheroadis
like some we have seen In Tennessee, "a
spring of the wagon" may turn them all out.
we have received tne Register ot ar.der
bllt University for 1876-77. The Culleoka
boys are still with the first. We believe
they all received distinction for proficiency;
Mr. G. L. Beale the Owen Prize Medal.
The Register contains an Elegy ou Corne
lius Vanderbilt delivered by Dr. Lipscomb
on Founder's Day, May 27ih, 1877. The sa
lient points In the career of the Commo
dore are happily handled, and the whole
poem Is pervaded by deep religious senti
ment. Its poetic merit 'is In advance of
anything we have seen upon the noble ben
efactor. We have read with much pleasure Pio
neer sketches, and hope to have more from
the same pjeasant pen.
As you solicited a more elaborate detail of
t he Rock Spring examination and exhibi
tion, and as we regard it worthy ol the no
tice of your readers, we have concluded to
give at least a brief account.
After the examination exercises ol the
day which were witnessed with much in
terest the crowd dispersed and returned to
their respective homes to prepare for ; the
night exercises. About twilight tfte stu
dents assembled at the school-house, and
marched in beautiful order to the church
led by charming music at the head of the
A long aud handsome stage was construct
ed by the side of the side ol the church, up
on which a vast assembly witnessed most
excellent performances till about midnight
The exercises were opened by a few pre
liminary remarks by the principal, who
afteswards respectfully committed the
management of the stage to Dr. lu T. Long,
wno maniiesteu 111s usual kkiii in iue uusi
The first on the programme was a speech
by Gillie G. Ussery. Next were essays by
the following young ladies: Miss Susie
liark, ' Dignity of Labor:" Miss Mary Brv
ant, ; Miss Susie Taylor, "Remember
Me;" Miss Pattie Nicholson, "Night;" Mies
Maggie Nicholson, "Last day of School;"
jiiss .vioine ussery, -reopie will 1 aiK." Al
this crisis Mr. L'sserv Introduced Hou. G. 11.
Taylor, of the Bar of Columbia, who deliver
ed a practical and praiseworthy address ou
education, which deservedly luet the ap
probation and elicited the applause of hun
dreds. Said speech was so heartily approved
that we have procured his notes, aud will
furnish them for publication In your
worthy paper. After his sound and argu
mentative address to the people, his appeal
to the children was potent aud impressive.
Mr. Ussery has enjoyed a ;ioug aud mature
acquaintance Tit li this promising young
lawyer, and bespeaks for him a liberal pat
ronage in his profession. He says that his
fine sense, originality, independence and
untiring energy is destined to proeure for
him remarkable prominence.
But to recur to the programme, lt remains
to be said in a word, that the pieces of this
occasion were well selected, being such as
would impress some moral, or illustrate
some lessou, or display some phase of hu
Next session will open July ltith. aud ev
ery indication;! favorable for au increased
Tbe Cooklug Club.
This club had another of its brilliant en
tertainments last 'Thursday night, which
was given by Miss Ioulie Porter, a member.
at the residence of Mr. Lucius Frierson, who
kindly tendered her his house on the occa
sion. This makes the fourth entertainment
given by the different members of this club,
mm incy nivt; aii ueeu tue very pest 01 en
tertainments, which the young people of
mis town have ever had the pleasure ot at
tending, and the ladles deserve srreat praise
for the success which has crowned their ef
forts. The ladles Invite and esoort the gen
tlemen, furnish the supper, which they
cook themselves, wait upon the gentlemen
at the table, and see that they have a good
time generally during tbe evening, which
makes their entertainments novel ones, und
all go away glad t bat they were permitted
to do present. 10 oe invited, escorted and
waited upon by a beautiful, nice and sweet
young lady, and during the evening to be
associated with such beautiful aud ' intelli
gent ladies, as compose th;s club, oh how
nice ' and It; enough to make one feel, that
of the many clubs, which have existed iu
our iowu, none 01 mem were ever equal to
the Cooking Club. The night was a pleas
ant and moon-Hlilny oue, aud Mr. Lucius
Frierson's beautiful residence was Illumi
nated from basement to roof: the large par
lors were tastefully decorated, with beauti
ful and fragrant Hewers: sweet music was
on baud, aud by U o'clock the crowd began
to gainer, as follows: Miss Rosa Barnett aud
Mr. Evan Pillow; Miss Sallie Ba,iii and Mr.
Robt McKay: Mrs. Charlau Cecil anil Mr.
Charles Cecil; Iiss Annie Dale and Mr.
Clark Taylor; Miss Sallie Davis aud Mr. Ed.
Barclay; Miss Mary G. Frierson aud Mr.
John P. Brown; Miss Emma Martin and Mr.
E. H. Hatcher; Miss Ella Martin and Lr. W.
Frleison; Miss Dolly Park and Mr. Wiley
Embry; Miss Mattle Park and Mr. James
Mayes; Miss Lizzie Prestldge aud Mr. A. S.
Horsley: Miss Lulle Smithwick and Mr.
Walter Woldrldge; Miss Carrie Smith and
Mr. Eugene Pillow; Miss M. Hale and Mr.
John Barr; Miss Liz.le Bate aud Mr. Daw
son Frierson; Miss Lucy tur;tlti and Mr.
Wm. Park; Miss Annie Pfckett and Mr.
Frauk Latiden, and oilier ladios and gentle
men were present, but we have been Unable
to get who was with who, Ih M Isses Bate
on this occasion like on all others, were'
very popular. Toe merry dance was soon
commenced, and Joy was unconfined. At
about 12 o'clock supper was announced, and
upon the heavy ladeued table we found the
following dishes and mauy others: Pickles
made by Miss Barnett; biscuit Miss Baird;
Salad Mrs. Cecil; ice Cream Miss Jjale; Ice
Cream Miss Friereom Salad to Iss Green;
cake Mtvi Pol k cake Miss D. Park: sand
i.tj 1.1A1U11. tH.ii ee iss I'liimr
wlches Miss M. Park; shrbelr-W Iss Smith;
t.?,nKueMU,s Prestldge; sardines Mrs.
Whitthorue. All tbe dishes wero weU pre
pared,and after try lug each one oftbemazi v
ing to each a fuir trial, because the doctor
and 1 did eat a heap, we must say, that they
were all tbe very brxl. The table was very
tastefully arranged, and a belter supper we
have never enjoyed. Upon each plate was
a beautiful little bouquet of uowevs, which
the ladies first pinne.! Do the' lapel of the
gentlemen's coats: After supper the dance
was resumed qntil a late hour next morn
ing. We would kindly suggest that a little
improvement might be made Just here, by
meeting earlier and adjouruiug a little
sooner, these sbortiigbts. We bad Do Idea
how much our youug ladies knew about
cooking until this club was orgauiU, and
now we are glad to say, that they kuow all
about It. Miss I oulie rorter, who Is oue of
our leading belies, entertained in her usual,
own peculiar, happy style, and deserves
great praise for the pleasant way aud man
ner in which she entertained and made ev
ery one enjoy her entertainment so much,
assisted by her generous and kind friends,
Vlr. aud Mrs. Lucius Frierson. She knows
Just how to make every one enjoy them
selves so much.. The whole entertainment
was a grand success, and may the eflorts of
this club, to entertain, in the future, be as
great a success as tbey have been In the
past Mine tne column. , M.
Ashton Afc.Gaw have lotted up thslr
mill, which Is the most famous water mill
n Tennessee, with the latest and bet mill
machinery to lie had; and have for sale four
good turbine water wheels, almost new, for
jess than half their origsnal cost, see ad
vertisement ! .
I Savannah District Tnnmf C'onfer
raef-lonrth Bonoil or iluarterly
Lawreyville, July 14, 16.
Looievine, juiv i, ai. .
Linden, July 21, 22.
Ashland, July 28, 1.
Wayland Springs. August, 4, 0.
Oakland, August 11, li.
Itwrenceburg Station, August 18, If.
Clifton, August 25, IN.
Henryville, Sept 1,2...
Laurel Hill Station. September 8, 9.
Savannah Circuit Sept. 15, 1.
Savannah Station, Sept 22, t .
Hampshire Station, Sept 211, &).
let all the pastors have their collections
up, and each local preacher have a written
report of his labors during the conference
Ed nils ton's Netoaol.
We publish below the resultof the written
examinations that were held at Mr. Edmls
trrfi's school of the subjects that were gone
over aurrng the year. This list Includes all
those whose answers were valued at their
fourth of the whole examination. For their
examination no special preparation was
made In class. This elves the names oi the
students iu the order of rank:
W. Younger, E. Loouey, E. Carpenter, S.
Carathers, L. Bailey.
T. B. Rains, Jr., W. Tyler, W. S. Fleming,
Jr., H. Williams, A. Warneld, W. White, G.
G. Sarven, T. B. Rains, Jr., H. Williams,
W.S. Fleming, Jr.
T. B. Rains, Jr.
, H. Williams, E. Looney, T, Charlton, W.
W. S. Flemlne. Jr.. W. Tvler. T. B. Rains.
PRIMARY NATURAL I'ltlLOSOPH V.
8. Caruthers, W. White, E. Looney, W
Dixon, T. Charlton.
ADVANCED NATURAL PUIXiOUOl'HY.
. G. Sarven, W. Tyler, T. B. Ralus, Jr., H
S. Caruthers, E. Carpenter, L. Bailey, W
W hite, W. lounger.
E. Carpenter, W. Younger.
, PRIMARY 6PKLLINU.
E. Looney, M. Voorhles, D. Helm.
' G. Sarven, W. 8. Fleming, Jr. W. Tyler
H. Williams, T. B. Rains, Jr., T. Charlton,
W. Dixon, W. Wilson, L. Bailey, W. W bile
rriz.e ior greatest improvement in wntint
given to E. Looney. Prize for beat spec!
men of writiua eiven to Wattle Dixou. T
Charlton and G. Sarven commended for
Mr. Edinlston Is a graduate of the Univer
sity or Virginia, possessee brilliant tan
and is a most accomplished scholar. Hm
capacity and efficiency as a teacher has been
very thoroughly demonstrated during the
past three years In Columbia, and we know
or no school where boys are more tnorougn
ly prepared for college. We cannot too high
ty recommend mis scnool to our menus.
hack Klver ttln.
As we are very busy Just at this time, we
will have to be veiy brief. This seems to be
one of the greatest rushes of the season
with our fanners.
The greatest excitement ot the day now, Is
among tue wneat speculators, ana tuere 11 as
been a vast quantity 01 wueat soiu witniu
the last few days.
Mr. TUeo. Lipscomb brought the first
wheat Into market this season.
Col. A. 8. Godwin wishes bis friends to re
member that he will pay thenr the highest
maraet once ior tneir proauoe. lie iuttue
the first shipment of wheat from this coun
lv mis season.
. I .. . 1 1 . nrhn la mm r.t f I . v,uif
extensive m ain dealers of Columbia: has
mi, r.. uwuiunu, ,o uuv v. " . ....
oougni several car loader 01 wneat at tnis
Mr. G. W. Bratton and .wife, of Jones's
Valley, has been visiting relations anu
friends of thin community recently, and on
tueir return uuuit. witu mcui .ucui u.iu.hl.1,
Miss Mattie. who has been astudent of Prof.
Potter's school, which has Just closed.
We have a very interesting sunuay scuooi
at Chappell's Church, which we hope will
prove tienenciai to tne auea anu tne youne
We would like to know If a certain young
lady of the village received a nice a tew
rinv-Kiuio. which was sent to ber from a trood
old bachelor friend, who has one horse to
Mrs. A. S. .Godwin Is now attending the
suipnur springs, we nope sne may oe
greatly Denenteu tnereoy. we nave Heard
several others speak of attending the
springs very soon.
Mr. scott Stephens, win is running
steam thresher, received a very bad wound
on his head from the smoke-stack of his
engine, In letting lt fall lrom his engine,
' Vol led Friends off Temperance.
Remember that our next County Conven
tion will be held at Mt. Jov on the l'Jth of
July, and it Is earnestly desired that there
should be a large turnout of tlie Friends, as
mere will bearraniremeuts made for a iarue
crowd. G. W. Bain, of Louisville, Ky.. Is
expected. Send your delegates and as many
more as win go.
TUOMAS H. STRATTON, C. D
Ice Cream Festival at liewlsbarg.
An lee Cream festival and promenade
concert wiu De given at Liewisourg, .Monday
nignt, juiy inn, ior tne oenent 01 tne new
Methodist cnurcn there. A special train
will run from Columbia, and return the
same night If the people wish to go. The
object is worthy: and the trio will be de.
lighfful, and we trust a large crowd will go
The management of the company has
agreed to charge only one dollar for the
round trip fiom Columbia, so that vounir
gentlemen who escort their young lady
1 r lends will be at small expence. If the par
ty iroiu coiumoia consists 01 oa or 411 persons.
tue train wiu return alter tne 1 estiva! is over.
Humphrey Hardlson says the school ex
hibition at Sowell's upper mill. July 1th.
was the best he ever attended. A lame
crowd wa present, and ate supper with the
KOiouet. uu report next week. .
As we to press we hear of the death of
A. M. WlngUeid, one of our oldest and most
uigniy esteemed citizens, lie was Clerk A
.Vaster at one time.
David E. Dortch to .Varthla K. Thomas.
W. B. Shaw to Alice J. Sanders.
J. T. Stamps to Eliza G. Gunnells.
Geo.4Iarris to Liz.le Listen.
Willis Harris to Elizabeth Scribner.
On the .Ird of July, Clifton, sou of Milton
Neely; age 7 months.;
Lucy Miller, colered; age 1W year.
Is This So?
We claim to have tbe best Woek of house
furnishing goods in the state, and all aoods
as low as they oan be lxuglit la any house
111 tue i-iUUe. call and examine tlium.
Junetfltf. W. It ELAM A Cf .
Go to Elam's & Co's.,
nd price Fruit Caus. Ice Cream Freezers.
riuuuK irons, fluting Macnines, etc.
Why You Should Buy xf Elam & Co.
Hrst They have the most complete
stock. Second They know the wants of
their customers. Third Thev buy in large
quantities ror cash. Fourth Thev will sell
as low as the lowest. Fifth They will
treat you politely, and guarantee every ar
ticle, stop at our store no. w south Mam
street, and give us a trial.
June2tf. W. It ELAM 4 CO.
Call and examine some new articles. We
are now receiving a new assortment of
China, tueensware, etc. Satisfaction guar
an teed to all purchasers.
J uueautf. W. It ELAM k CO.
Remember our experience and full stock
maaes us headquarters for Chlua, queens-
ware, Lamps, etc.
Juneitf. W. R. ELAM A CO.
Citizens of Maury County.
Have you priced goods at Elam A Co.'s
since they have marked thetu down? We
Invite you to call and see lor yourselves.
juue2y-tf. W. R. ELAM A CO.
Our entire stock of Fancy Goods, Notions,
Willow Baskets, Tovs, Bird Cagea, Children's
Carriages, Toy Wagons, etc, will be sold re
gard less of cost full early and take first
june2at W. R. ELAM A CO.
We have reduced the price of our best
silt Girdle Fan Chains to .Vi cts.
julyti-lt. Emuky A Frierson.
Now Is the time to buy them, and Embry
A Frierson want to sell them to you.
We have reduced our Newport Ties t
K(r. worth fc! 'jo.
July Hit l-'UBBV Fkikrsox.
Buy your buggy whips from us. We have
them to suit you.
July tilt. Embry 4 Fkiekson.
QUERY Who do you really and truly be
lieve sells the cheapest goods iu Columbia?
ANSWER W. 4. Philips, at tbe Trade
Qt ERY Whose prices are always uni
form? ANSWER W. J. Philips',' No. at Public
UUERY Who keeps the prettiest cali
coes and muslins?
ANSWER W.J. Philips at the Trade Ba-
Going!, Going! Going!
At the very lowest prices, eighteen tbou
sand dollars worth of fresh aud desirable
goods at the Trade Bazar, No. a Public
Square. W. J. Piulim!,
HUmnten C. C. Derryberry aud G . Pillow
Brown. inlrt tf
Fifty pieces of handsome Muslfi
cents a yard, at the
us, at 10
Julytttf SOUTHERN TRADE PALACE,
Splendid corsets at a, and i cents v
also have a full wloofc of Duplex, Cooley's
Cork, French embrodered, Ionna Thomp
son and other celebrated corsets. u"'"p
July-tf SOUTHERN TRADE PALACE
Grenadines from 15 cente and upwards.
JulyUU . SOUTHERN TRADE PALACE.
Fan Cards with Skirt Holders, auy shade,
25 per ceutiower than anywhere els.
Jujy6 tf SOUTUEIOt TRADE PALACE..
Steam Threshers! Who oan Beat
A,t7,'elock irtHt Saturday morning Mr.
I olk Hilllurd started his steam thresher 011
tOl. J . W. K. Ridley's 11 1 lour lurm. un.l l.v
U o clock threshed, cleaned and sacked 411
bushels wheat-a great deal of the straw be
ing.? xJf'' '""K- ' ,Ie Hl" made a good run
5.i I H-. V- ""neb's on Friday last. All the
wheat at both places was thorouulily clean
ed, and sold toIessrs Edsall A .VcKwen and
Afartln t Etubry at SI 3o per teush. 1, while
fine grain wheat from other threshers
brought only 81 'i to tl m al same time. M r.
Hllllard Is runuiui. mi s-lior. 11. 11. ...... 1.-..:
glne aud 80 Inch ey lander Sweepstakes Sep.
uralor. J. P. Street A Co.. are h. iii i,.r 1 1.
Sweepstnkcs,and wariaut it tlie Lent and
I lastosi cleaner in inn market. i'aiin. is
with wheat to thresh will find it to their
Interest to hunt up a thresliermau willi a
Sweepstakes, and thereby have their
wheat worth 5 to 10 cents per bushel more.
Duucan A Gibson having oiicned a ltos
taurant iu the North Ea-st Corner of llm
Public Square, solicit the patronage of their
friends, both of the city aud country. Hint
will keep their tables, at all hours, supplied
with the best the market allords, und cook
ing done in the liest of order. Also, keep
constantly ou hand the best brands of Ha
vana cigars and Ixig Cabin tobacco. 1 1
ising that our terms will sin! the times, vu
are, Rtspeetfull v,
june2!Mw. Duncan iV Giuson.
J. P. Street & Co., are exclusive agents for
Blrdsell's Combined Clover Duller and
Fresh lot of Japan, Oolong, Souchong,
Gunpowder. Imperial and Breaklasi leas
direct from Importers, cheap at the grocery
house of ii. W, G.tJiiiLb.
Remember that J. 1. Street .V Co. are
agents for the only perfect Clover lluller
and Separator in the market. Can la. run
by any thresher pewcr. juno-ll
Horse Hay Rakes ut reduced prion by
JuneiSMw J. P. siKKi 1 A Co.
Fly Traps for sale cheap by
juueJt-ll. J . 1'. Si ulk r A Co.
Fluting Machines aud Irons at
Junejy-lf. J. 1'. Si Ki.Ki ,V Co s..
J. P. Street. A-Co., have sold out all their
Buckeye Table Bakes, but have a lew Ruck
eye mowers left. juiiciiH-tl
A good horse Hay Rake for ii.ii ut
Juuel-J-lf J. 1. Si Hi ti A Co s.
A throng of sutlerers with eoulis aud
colds, annually go South to eigoy 1 1 10 ethe
real mildness of the land ol Mowers. To
them we would say the ne;esslty 01 t hat ex
peusive trip Is obviated by t .nipouuil
Honey of Tar, which speedily vanquishes
the coughs and colds incident to tins rigor
oils el line. For public speakers It 11 ipa.-j.es
the Demostheulc regimen of "pebbles and
sea shore;" clearing the throat until thn
voioe rings with the silvery cadence ol a
bell. I ho Compound lionev of Tar. Prion
50 cents a bottle
Keeps always on hand the ni-.wsl ami
sweetest breitd, cakes and cnuloctionciio of
all kinds, an ! Is especially prepared to pre
pare suppersifor Weddings, In fairs, I'artle.
etc. Felix Shiiner, his baker, is .the bet
baker ill Tennessee. Seud in your orders.
Corded P. lC's at locents a yard: sold eve
rywhere else at i cent..
JUlyil If SOUTHERN TRADE PALACE.
For a good lona cut it. coat, for an ol.l
mun, go to Embry t Friorsou.
Try the Nectarine, a
fine flavor for I.:o
E. W. G VMI1LK,
Cream for sale by
Thrashing:, Thrashing, Thrashing1.
Embry A Frierson are tlu wOilnir out eve
rybody by selling goods at low prices.
J. P. Street 4 Co.,
and Lard Oil.
All kinds of Thresher teeth al
June2!Mf J. 1'. s niin & Co 'a.
Buy your Fruit furs and Seuliiic Wax at
the FAMOUS CllIN A HoL sE. juueJif U
Fruit Jars. Fruit Jars.
lust received at the FAMt 11 s CHINA
HOUSE. j nn-.-LVi f.
one Mason aud Tin Ton
Ult J i.-s lo be
J. L. Bonp.
New Taylor Shop.
John H. Freese. the fashionable Tailor.
OfTers his services as Tailor aud Cutter to t ho
citizens of Columbia and vicinity. Uu is
prepared to do any kind of work in H1.1
tailoring line entrusted to liini, on short
notice and to general satisfaction. Best
Doeskin Pants il: Business Suits fiom i.jn to
&'!. Warranted lo tit. Also, cleaning and
repairing done on short notice, uld doilies
made as good as new. Especial attention
Said to cutting Gent's and Boy's Clothing,
top In tho rear of Dr. Rains' Di ng store.
Wheat, Wheat, Wheat.
When you sell your wheat, uo to Euibrv
A Frierson's and buy your dry kv'sls, and
you will be all 1. K. .inie,-w.
Ladies Linen Suits.
We have received to-day bv express lrom
New Vol k an cleiraiit stock oi Ladles Linen
Suits, which we are si-lliuu lrom fc.j lo ti
each. EMUiiY it Fkikiwon.
Mrs. N. Holman's
Millinery apartments are constant 1 v crou d
od wit h ladles, looking at and buying her
lieautiful and well selected slock. Mm Iiilh
the latest styles of every thing ladies desiro
or fancy, and she guarantees sal isiact Ion.
Call aud see for yourselves, ladies. If,
When you sell your wheat make voui-
wile happy by buying your carpets Iron
l.Jl UUV & 1' 1.1L.11.SO.N.
Fine Cotswold Lambs for Sale.
Ibavialarge lot of Hue' t horouuh-hreil
'otswold lauilis, whhii 1 sell at tin a head,
live on the Mooresvillo pike, four mile?.
from Columbia, Tenu.
Genuine Singer Sewing Machine
to S-iM, cash, at COMSTOL'K'S.
Murder Will Out.
A few years ago "August 1-iou ei " nas ills-
covenxl to be a certain cure for liyspcpsia
and LI vei Coin plaint, a lew fliln Dyspeptic
made known to tlieir lrlends ln.iv easily
ud quickly they had been riiinl hy its use.
lie great merits ol ikkkn s a i;. i vr ! 1.0 v-
EK became heralded through the country
by one Kitll'erer to another, until, without
advertising, its sale has become Immense.
Druggists in EVERY TOWN In Hm I illicit
States are selling it. No person siiliei lug
with Sour Stomach, Stck lleadinii, t os
liveiiHss, Palpitation of (lie ileini. Indiges
tion, Low Spirits, etc., can take three doses
without relief. Go to your linguist, Tif
iwiiil) A Towler, and get a bottle 7 eenlsaud
try lt. Sample bottles IU cents. ,lumOM'j
Corn, per tin .,, .'41,1.-,.,
Wheat, per bu JW'.i lid
Oats , "uo
Choice, New 1 liieaus 7V. I'lO
Choice Golden S i' Hxi
Sorghum , 'ivii
English Breakfast VjiI-j
In barrels tW'i;i.i
Sarou Imperial ,.
Tolet, per dozen
Shaving, per do.cu....
bo ..,1 W
Tlmothyand HeidsGiasspr. ton L IWijiJJ tCI
Flour and Meal
Java ooltee per It.
Ijiguayra per lt
Rio per It.
Rio roasted per It
Al Coflee sugar per It.
C. Yellow sugar per 11.
Brig.it N.O. per II.
rut Loaf per th
Crushed per It.
Powdered per If,....
Granulated per lb
1 1 -7ifi
Mackerel No 1
Mackerel, No. a
White per 11.
- Dried A pplen
Hides (Green 1
Rice per It.
Cheese per It.
Honey per It.
Raisins per It.
Currants per It.
Candles per II.
Starch per II
Bran per cwt
Sli.nU per cwt
Hominy per tt
N fills ik.' r ,
1 Msl 1 '
111 ii .
ae 1' 1
III. I t
l.' .il .