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I. : llARXETTV - .J. X. Ht'OHEH
Barnett & Hughes,
Attorneys at Law,
Columbia, Tennessee. v, 'T I
t iil'ice: On West Main Street, formerly oc
cupied by Thomas & BarueU. jail. 1-76-ly
AVAl.KKK OKEEN. II. S. TUOMrSON.
Green & Thompson,
Attorneys at Lav,
. - Columbia, Tennessee.
Will urm-tlre in all tile various conrts of
Maury and adjolnim;. eounUes. SpeelaJ at
tenliuu given to collections. -.Jan. l-7tt-ly.
J. B. Bond,
Attorney at Law-
'( 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i a , Tci mvssec.
practice iu. Maury and adjoining
jan. 'Jl 7ti-ly.
O. W. Witherspoon,
Attorney at Law-
Col u in hia, Te in uw. ' ' -
Will attend with promptness to all Legal
Business entrusted to his tare, in Maory and
adjoining ronnties. Ktrlct attention lo col
lection and Keltlemeuts of all kinds. Oflice:
Wbltthoriie Block. jan. i-7t-ly.
P. H. Southall, Jr.,
Attorney at Law-
Tennessee. - - y
given to collections.
Special nt ten lion
( mice: Whitlhorne Block.
A. M. U MJNEY.
Looney & Sykes,
Attorneys at Law
And Solicitors in Chancery,
Columbian : : : Tennessee.
W7 67 Tay lor7
Attorney at Law
And Solictor in Chancery,
iHio :-With McDowell
JKu. C.TAYIJK. R.1I S.VNSOM.
Taylor & Sansom,
Attorneys at Lai?
And Solicitors in Chancery,
Col um lia, TfiuieNsco.
Wi'l prucllce in Maury and adjolnlnR
counties, nnd in 1 lie Supreme and Federal
I '4nii la at Nash vile. Specixl attention xiven
to the ii.IIk-I lo-i of claims, t lllice: Hon lb
Rile public wjinre. jau. 2V7t-ly.
John V. Wright,
Attorney at Law
And Solictor in Chancery,
i iiluinl'i.i, TfiiiH'KSfe.
r i nYii't : Whitluorue
Block, I "p-stairs.
Way .tli 7ii.
A.M. 11 1 (iHKH. A. M. Hl'UUL'S, Jr.
A. M. Hughes & Son,
Attorneys at Law
And Solicitors in Chancery,
( 'nliiinliia, ')'ciiticss4,'.
Will practice In t he t'ourt of Maury and
adi'dmiie Loiinlies, and Supreme and Fed
'ial t'liuits mi. Nashville. The strictest U
leiilion will In given to all business etitiuwl
rti Ia their care. ( H!5ec: - Soul h side West
lo Stre-t, i'ud door Hum the square.
McDovell & Webster,
Attorneys at Law
C ( u n 1 1 ia , Tei 1 1 ir--!'.
Attorney at Law-
All)?. CI 177.
no nr. m. mckay. h. p. fiuueks.
McKay & Figuers,
ATTOHXKYM - A.T - IAW
Will irnctice In Mnury am! adjacent eoiin
tc. I'rompt attention given to hostile
nirW il to them. OKI-ice: Brown block,
tip Htatra. N'o. It' i south Hide public square.
Am;. 10 177.
.J. T. I.. COCH KAN,
Ati'l SolivlW in Cliaiii-ery.
Proinpt al(ctil!on lo collections. Oflicc
No. 1', Webt Seventh Wireet.coiumoio, ien
.Attcrnsy it Lit i:i Sollcitar in Chisccry,
omeu. -Ou the KouUi Bide of the K(oareJ
iic- . ,..,,..1, r.hiiiT.ii.
oa at Dullock
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Itoom No. .liColonade jvulldlog.
S.VSHVILU-; ... XKNN.
Wlllnttend to nil bnsiues- eutrniiteil to
Ids care with promnlnes. Kefers to Third
JsKilonal Hank of Nashville. inaylS-ly
J. W. McKISSACK,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
111 Bttcnd strtct'y to business entrusted
to him in any of the courts of Moury and
aillo'nuiK countiw.nnd in the Supreme aud
Federal Courts nt Nashville. Collections
and settlements of all kinds attended to
OlTloc- Whlltlioiuc libx k. mayl-.'-dJ
11 .w einoved frtim New York to Colntn
..;. iVnt. -idee, where he will iu the future,
He can be seen at
iii li nr ...i', not profenslounlly engaged.
S ' V i ''omce ot '! Towlcr, North Mln
street, folunibiii.l.""- uov.l-.6-ly.
South Main SI reel,
C'lhiiii'iin, : : : TutntiC.
Board Two Dollar Per Day.
Csi rnmcs, buirs'i's or raddlo horses fur
nished on application lo the proprietor.
.. . JAMES LliUWr.
First National Bank
Does a General Baaking and
Exchango Businees- ,
T. W. KEESEE. President.
1 U 1 V S Fill i: KSt IN, t'aah ier.
T. W.TL "Kl'lN.
V have in stock a liiv-tHla
.1 cmp .skats
Also Harness from
fmr work Is first- . tlie priccn lower
than the Mime kind o work .can lonUt
north of Columbia. JwrilXA II Kt I.
,,j..n urlio visit this etal'lshmnt.
" ."V-.,ji iJiJli-H arilsls in
1) I ho l'ro-
,HH.nl0"dom- ijiU-nuwl Sl Je.
pri. tor asks IsaJi ul.
:?. - ft ! . . : -' ' - ' I .v'-"''-.-' ? : : : f, , ' i Tenner's Governor at the
JL it II il V jbyi 11 UliiL HXH.J1 J. aw ; .Xl-LN il i.VXXiLiLA
By ALFRED S. HORSLEY.
A SELECT SCHOOL
WOODBURNT, WARDEN bo., KY.
Terms! Per Session of 20 Weeks, j
Bourd, Washing, Fuel, Light. Furnislnjil
Kooioh and ntleuilanee on i-.hmiis ti III !
Tuition, 1 lirouKlioul the spccilieil cuur.w - -
of study, lucludini; the Ancient and
Modern Ijiuguaes, 'St (m I
lucldental Fee, 1 W i
i Tuition in Music on I'iano or iuitar,...S.li mi
I K!9 Ul IIIMlllllIltTUt. Ill ill till, -I
Diairtngaud I'hiiiIiiik, daily lesKons I 1(1
, ; " .. ". .- U.lwuekiy fcssoiis,.. ! wi
MlnlHters'daimlitei-s will lie cliarsed only
fl'ly dollais per Rcscion without Uio txtuw.
Sabhalli w)ichI is held in the toller
C'iiapel every nr.iliiy luornint;, and prench
luc In I lie afternoon by ministers ol dillcr
Fifty dollanf must 1m; (sid in advance, tin
balance of the char
e-.nl tlio end of each I
of ach term.
The Full Term will U
In on the
First Monday in September, 1877. !
, Ci LA
.SI' I I L PI
juLrsn vi r: '-i
I S'j B'i n HJ'i
Window Shades, Iiltc.-
As low as they can be sold.jiud for Koodug, UiUtering and Itopaiilug, call at .
Ifo. 9 South Main Street, - - - - COLUMBIA, TENN.
If rod propose to bnl'd or improve your property, cill and examine our new stock of
MA HHljl-.ljKU man I ait. Alley arc Handsome aud cheap
July 0, 1S77.
b 3ji rr jesl
Ami nil kiibls of Plain ami Fsnn-y
' ' g.tn THK
CALL AND SEE HIM
The uiulcisijrnttLli.ivin purcliasfil the stink of KDSALT. & IMcKWJ'IS, nml
having alikl lo it coiifi'l'-irtl'ly, ;uo prcpansl to furnislj
To tin." PtHipk of Maury an.l
Tt Sl IT
3115. .T. O.
i:.l-all McFwvn, w ill
to Irtnli willi liiin.
Mllj.i:i PLOW, ami
FOR Y0UNG LADIES.
. , : CORPS QF. TEACHERS.
15. P. CABELL, A. I5.l1i;ituii. r
Assisted lv -
M iks Ixin Arnold. . . IIS MoIHe Krr,
iMiss oaiue vvneos, iirs. u. jr.-caucil,
auu .virs. i.. neiuii.
All t be le.icliers reside in t besanie build-
inx with ttie inipiN. , Tnis faviirs the exer
ciuoflli:it cme and soliciinde ol whi. li
t young Indies should not be deprived while
! absent from the paternal roof. The rooms
are neatly curpented and conrenienlly fur-
nisbeti, and su pplieii wit h feather lieds and
' pit ow Kit donble blankets, linvy com
! foits aud comfortable wwk! fires. Though
Motleru I.-iuua;cs iFiench and tJeriuan),
are inaiKon in inu cm.i:o2ii"s at 5-10 each.
yet t liey will included v II 111 he Ancient.
For lurtii-r particulars addre.
IS. F. CABHi.U I'resider.t,
or W. F. Wiiitoiukh, 1'roprietor. .
W'XKlouru, W'auju fo.,Ky.
jnly27-77 jiu. .-
I' T.-W I T v
W. R.ELAM &C0.
.! 1 1
H1ufcri find ICtfttil Dealer in-
AT BOTTOM PRICES!
CllKArKIi THAX A.N VON H !
Stalio'icry, at prices to suit all ctis-
Knot ami xwecfest toned Or-
il S B BJi S H'JP Bit M
tk. U. It MllillUUJM,
NO. 20 PUBLIC saUAEE, .COLUMBIA, TENN.
w. a. McGregor
Counties, Wliolcsalc, ami I'ctuil, at
tay wit li us, :ii. Iiojh-s lit M fiiciMls
arc iiKciit.-. lor the OI.I VKlt
tiK-k tin Iii' ml. .
COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY,
FULL STOCK OF STAPLE
'Mini !' ii ' i'f'W-
v i r-Imported and Domestic
Tlnos; and Ijiqixors,
E3- "77 G-AMBLiS,
Cor. Main and l-.ight . .
KOR CONVKNIKNCK I HAVE
Ik'twtrn Sixlli iiinl S-voii!li Slnt l. on (Jiinlcii StitH-l,
ing'u lil'M-k. nil ami s Ih ( votir Coal.
Full wffclils friiaiankTil.
An-. 1 -1S7T.
Having loltTiniiifl lo close
AT COST FOR.
LESS TEAM COST!!
White Goods, Dress Goods,
Boots, Shoes, &c, &c.
Those wishing to puro'iase any uoods in our
peisonn indebted lo us by note or accouut will
JU1J -i -111.
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder
n Rfl II I A fill I I Elk I I j-f
Articles, Books and Stationery, Kerosene Oil,
Lamps and Chimneys, 1
Garden Seeds, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
And Dye Stuff, Etc, Etc.,
Pure Wines aud Liquors for Medicinal purposes, Patent Medicines, etc.
A priiyi 11-1X77.
600ES, STATIONARY, WALL PAPER, SHADES,
Picture Frames, etc.
I have moved my slock of Rooks, I'icturos, and in fact, everythina lo be found In a
st -class Hook Slore to my Old Stand, next dour to the l'dsl Office, opposite Nelson House
COME ONE !
To the People's popular
JOSH 6. BAILEY & GO.,
XO. -2$ SOUTH .SIDE
(AT LtE A DRVAX'8 OLD STAM )
rugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
' Perfumery, Fancy Toilet Articles,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
For Medical Purposes, together with all articles usually kept on sale In a
FIRST-GLASS DRUG STORK.
Special Attention to Physician's Prescriptions, which will be filled at all
Hours, DAY OR NIGHT.
P,F.AlMONT III'CHFjS. is with
many frier'!!-, lie liu itiir hai nearly
(tin iininj' of In iiM rrK'iMW know), wte
U'foi- tlie wf r, for five years.
FDE GROCERIES J
AHD FANCY GROCERIES !
OFFERED TO MERCHANTS.
OI'F.NKI) AX OFFU K AND
No. I", FLKMINIJ'S I'.I.OCK.
lji!.-ini, vp olll r our enliif Slin k of
siilonlil lint of
line will do well lo cill immediately. All
pluartd c ill and settle ato-e.
.J . JL a. ITU M-tfl- v-.sr.
Braces, Fancy and Toilet
COME ALL !
low price Book Store.
tlio Hon, ami will l ?Tal io servo his
lour yi-tija fXjH'rence, and Mr. Bailey,
cuuiiei ieii with aiim.- iieo l.ryun
DEALER IN .
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g Q f 1
Pi I .
!- g OIJo sh
a .a 3- J
i s 2 1 o r
q 2 o
Pi g 02 ofl
! I ! S 5
S ra . W
M g EH
J, T. & W, F. TUCKER
'Wholesale uud Retail
'orlli-east Corner 1'ubllc Sijuare,
Vultnnhin, : : : TcuHtwc.
Dealers iu cotton nnd all kinds of produce.
Ijioeral ml viuices inndtf on gootls in store.
Tlo uineteentli animal session of this
school, under Mrs. S. . Msrk. will open
MONK Y,hi:rrtMl.tjK 3rd, 1S77.
PURE BRED POULTRY.
1 he und rsii:ned ofTers for sale a lew very
tine Cochercls ol t be bive varieties. Mock
directly from W. 11. TODI . Als a few very
U'-od liubl nnd d u k liruhma Ciarhereis.
K iks for ha' cb in-' ill season, from all the
above varieties. My r owls are kept iu sep
arate yards, and bred pure, l'ric reason
able and salisl'acl iou cuaranteeil.
A. A. LIPSCOMB,
Brpt. "Jll-Tli ly. Columbia, 'A'cnn.
Tilts IT'aill X'criii
SErTEJIBEJl THE 3, 187 T.
Circulars stallm: coareof study, nnd oth
er paiilcu la rs, will bo sent on application
to Kev. O i:o. JJEt K KTT, lloctor.
julyl3-2m. uoiuuiuia. lenu.
The Kull Session
opens August (ilb,
W. U. i J. M. VfEDli.
ASHT0N, J. P. McGAW,
Merchant mid Custom Millei-s. Orders so
licited and fillcil with dispatch. Custom
Grinding done to order, and satisfaction
conrsutecd. l'!di pid for wheat, aud corn.
FOR HAI.K Four coh1 Turbine Vt'a'er
Wlieeis, almost new, for less than half the
orlsluul cost. Also, lievel searing, Spin
diet anil counter-shaft, complete for a two
ruu mill. Address,
ASHTON 4 McGAW,
july6 3m. Columbia. Tenn.
Cornell & Buchnau,
nrFpecinl attention piven to painting
aud repoiriris. at lnub A. Boyd'jt Fa!lory,
Columbia, Tennessee. Incblii-Sm
"Wholesale and Retail.
mporium of Fashion,
MRS. M. J. BE.YANT, Ag't ;
m-v Bntterlclc Patterns for sale. Stm
lug aud I'lukiutf Cone to order. Juutia-U
TEBSB WailTlT. '
Three women, In the waniug
Of a drear November day,
When shadows deep were spreading
' O'er the earth a mantle grey,
Bat Idling, thinking, dreaming:
. One, of love, of hope, of life;
. One of wealth, of ease, of beauty;
One of care, of war, of strife.
One with a lace uplifted,
Al) t a face pure, young, and air,
Willi not a trace ol Forrow,
Not a line of sin or care
Marring Its pensive beauty
Or staining Its spotless white,
Looked from the western window
Into the dull gray night.
One a gloriou woman,
WltU burning passiona'e eyes,
With hair like dusky shadows
And lips tinged with crimson dyes, ,
Sat witb ber jeweled Augers
Swift threading a golden chain
Heeding not the wind's low sobbing
Or tbe fall of the Winter's rain.
One with a face storm beaten.
All ! a face sorrow stnined aud worn,
Aud witb a heart whose tendrils
Were cruelly bruised and torn;
Jumtfijlpcpest. shadow ,
iireainlng there her dream again, .
Praying Uod In his mercy
To Hi t from ber life the pain.
Down through the dusky shadow,
Down through the dreary ulght.
There swepl, like a gleam from heaven,
A flood of unearthly light;
Aud on its shining stairway.
An augel, In robes of snow.
Came to the idle dreamers
And stood iu the warm bright glow.
"I came" and his voi. e like music
Hang thro'igli the shadowy room
Aud roused the dreaming .women,
And lifted the gathering gloom,
"I came to bring yon heaven,
' A wish that shall All each heart;
Bpeak and il shall be granted,
Speak and receive each part."
"Ijet me be loved and bouored,
I et me be mother aud wife,
(jive me these and no others
For my joys in earthly life,''
Thus spake the pensive maiden
With a face almost divine;
And the angels face grew brighter ..
As be said, "The gift be thine."
"tiive bie-weal.h aud power,
(Jive ine a world in my baud,
With only those around me
Who live as 1 command."
Thus spake the glorious woman,
With passionate, burning eyes;
"lie it so" t he angel whispered,
'Your wish It wordly aud wise."
Olve me peace," sighed the other,
"tiive me rest from this dreadful pain,
Let mC but once more slumber
As t..e care tree child again."
And the angel softly whispered,
Be at rest, world weary our;
Pence shall come to yonr lone heart,
Uud's will to you shall be done."
There by the rosy fire-lli;ht
Kits a smllius, happy wife,
Aud the angel's gift is round her
To perfect and bless ber life.
Here In the gorgeous gas-linht
Keigns one, a fash iou s ipieen,
lier wish, as tno angel promised,
li fouud iu this gorgeous scene.
And down In tbe louedark church-yard,
The other, has found her rest
From I his life ol toll and danger,
That was bitter at Us best.
The peace tbe angel promlsfd
Drew ber np tlie shining way,
From ber long night of sorrow,
Into Uod's eternal day.
The Fight is the Schipka Pas:.
X. Y. World. 1
"f and all my men tire resolve! to
lie at our post.'' irStich is the lipatcli
which (Jen. Jerojin.-ky, the coiiiinuii
ler of I he Russian troops in the Schi
ka Ph.hs, is reported to liavcnent to the
Czar on the morning of Auiriist ilh
at the liejruininjf of the Turkish attack.
The troop nt hN lisMaI numbered
not more than s,(X); men. The attack
ing force was the whole of Suleiman
Pasha's army about i,ikhi. But up
on the valor of these 8.IW0 the whole
fateoftheJtussiuii cainpakrti in Bulira
ria depended. The Sehipka I'asx once
forced, a junction lietween Suleiman
Pasha and Osmau J'aHlm'w armies
could scarcely lx prevented, all the
JUissiau troops echeloned lietween (Ja
brova, Selvi ami Tiruova would lie
crushed between the two formidable
forces of the enemy, and the western
winjr of the ltussian army would be
faced by a Turkish force numlieriiijr
about fo.iMK) men and elated by a se
ries of victories. Thus the Sehipka
Pass was for (Jeneral Derojinsky's
eorpi tt post of honor, a ost of death,
ami its defense become one of the
most remarkable episodes in modern
warfare. For three days the gallant
corps sustained the most terrific as
saults of the overwhelming Turkish
forces without moving an Inch
from its position". Kven the nijrhts
did not briii"; any rest, as the full
moon allbrdcd sufficient lijrht for the
deadly work to go on. J Hiring the
eel i list there was a moment's resl, but
as soon as the moon's disk reapjieared
from tinder the shallow cast over it,
the righting began unew more desper
ately than lie fore.
(Jenend l)erojiiiky kej't his word.
For three tlays and nights he did not
move from ii is post, and on the thin!
day . he was killed at the head of his
men. In tlie meanwhile reinforce
ments were j mil red in from the rear,
and it is scarcely now to Ik- expected
that the Turks will succeed In lorciug
the pass. If their furious attacks were
repulsed by tlie Russian font's origin
ally posted in Ihe pass, they can hard
ly "hope to master it now that fresh
tnmis have arrived on tlie Imtllcticld,
and Suleiman Pasha finds himself face
lo face with a nearly isjual force occu
pying most advantageous natural po
sitions. But whatever the ultimate result of
this great battle may the gallant
conduct of (Jeneral IK-rojinsky's small
force during thelirst days of the strug
gle presents one of those instances of
calm, steadfast heroism which any mi
lion might lie proud of. Those plain,
unpretending words, "We will die at
our )ost," sea let I by the heroic death
of the (Jeneral himself and thousands
of his men, after a ileernte strug
gle of forty-eight hours, will keep the
memory of the commander ami of the
regiments engaged in the strife sacred
for many a generation of the ltussian
A Ecmanee in Tea Sentences,
From tbe 4-ondon Truth.
The Peereas had ft youthful daugh
ter. The lady had a second sou.
S'oung Telemachus often, danced with
the Peeress's daughter. Wrote the
haughty Peeress to ihe lady: "I'll
have none of your ecoud ou for my
vouthful tlanghter. lo you forbid
liim totlance with her, ami I'll forbid
him my house." Wrote the irate lady
to tlie Peereso: "Vtir wishes shall In
obeyed. My son shall dance no more
with jour youthful daughter. Coui
iMissiou was bin only m.oive, Ha was
her jrartner. Ijwsuise sie had no art
lieri." Hu Telemachus ami the siren
a iv jiarted, thanks to their mothers,
ami, next eaaon, they will never
Thk Trince of WaU-s has ju-t un
vailetl the statue of JIug Alfred.
great-ureaf-gi'cut-Kreal-grt'ii t-g r e tt t- ,
ftreut-great-grcat-grcat - great - great -grcat-grea
t-grcat-grent-gr e a t - g r e a t
grea t-grcaf-grca l-grca t-gr e a t -g r e a t
great -grcat-grea t-great-great (.'U)
grandson he is, according to a csirrcs
ptjndeut of U IMldou Tiuio-,
VOL. XXIII. NO. 8.
H Passes the Morning in a Critical Condi-
lion, Snt is Somewhat Better in j
the Evening. j
Ii)l.VXAioMs, 1m., Aug. 25 DiK'-j
tor Jlliss reiMu ts at J o'clock this morn- i
lug that Senator Morton passed a rath- j
er um-omfortable night and his coudi- j
tion, at this hour is worse than at
.,'j.bw.t- im ..i.ri.f i.x. u..i ij
o i i" rt iiiiiiit, rt iirn wj nu i
,i , i...., .1 .
ed the statement thai the Senator was
out of danger.
11 A. M. Senator Morton's lviinsare
extent led upward, lie is in a critical
com lit it hi.
JjATkk. Senator Morton is very
low now. We cannot predict the re
sult, but think the worst may come.
A(,AI. SAXtil'I.NK OF HIS HKCOVKKY.
Senator Morton slept qufvtlr from :i
lo o o'clts k this aftcrn.mn. He awoke
i-efreshed, and had the papers read
him. Dr. Bliss savs; "JIis system is i
entirely free from the opiates which!
had previously been administered ami
his ctiutlitiou is more coultuble." The ;
....... l.... ..:..i.. i
...... ...ni, -.1 iii.,mii infill iiifl f . . n
this mornim; were from thonteic eR'u- ' V-1 i
Mon, which hi phvslclarrs claim has!" ' '
been checketl. The Senator had a vol
untarv move of the Imwels at S o'i-ls-k
and this hour W P. M., his physician,
family ami menus are again remarku
bly sanguine of his rteovery, iu which
opinion the Senator himseirnow joins.
et jitMple not so well informed of the
Senator's condition, fear a return of the
11 v. m. Senator Morton has Just haH virtually admitted tnat his ivlig
Ueii movetl from his ctaicli to an eusv io' was a mere couvcun -nee. To a,
to an easy
cliair, ami scenw to lie resting easy.
Some of the Pictures Erawa ly Correi-
K liu burgh Ucolsncau Letter.
"Within thirty .van Is of where I
bad sought rejmse during the few
hours of night I came ujsin a house,
the walls still intact, but with some
of the woodwork still smoldering.
Such scenes, alas! had during the past
ten days Im-cii but Its, common, and
I would have passed it by unhcdcd
but that a sickening stench excited mv
curiosity, ami I jstjusI in at what had
ixTii the uoor. ft is no exaggeration
to say that what little hair I hail left
on niv heatl rose with revolting terror
it the aw ful sight presented to me.
1'he shell of the house inclosed a imiss
'if burned Bulgarian! Swollen, black-
einsl corpses on a Iwittle-tieltl, mutilat-
cl trunks, implied babies, crucitlisl
w titnen, females cut oiK'ti all had I
seen; vet none possessisi Halt the terri-
lle horror of this ghastlv comming
ling of charred skeletons ami half-consumed
Uslies. Only liart of them
were exposed, for the rts.f had fallen
in on the south side, ami covered more
than half the flHr space; but in the
heap neare-d the door I counted the
remains ot .id human nemgs, iasities!
mams ot -U human iiemgs, iesiti
the disconnected liiulis of many tnoit.
i'hey were of all ages ami of lmth
sexes. m the tiav iiefore, at the cup -
ture of Yeni-Saghra, the Turks in tlie
town had risen uimhi the Bulgarians
aml driven them into houses wlectctl
for live puriHise, locked them in, sur-
roumletl the 1ious-m set fire to them, ; now, as uiieonstitutioiial ami revolu
autl made of the Bulgarian wretches a 1 tiouarv, subversive of constitutional
iHirnt offering to their vengeance.
Here, near the door, was the blacken-
ikI coriw.Mifa iiiun wlio had tried to
force the tloor while the flames were
circling overhead, but he hati la-en
shot in the chest, as could he seen fnitn
tlie bullet hole in the charred fh.
There was a skeleton, Ihe verlebiie of
w hich h:it literally curled up; another
was tloubltsl up with the most expres
sive contortions; a fourth, apparently
thai of a wonnin, hud in agony clasjietl
the neck of a fifth at its side. Over
against this heap were several with
the hones of the legs drawn up, the
skull throw n back, ami grinning flesh-
less iu the most ghastly manner. The
remains of youths and lmbes were also
there, legs ami arms twisted and licnt
past resemblance to human form;
w hile limbs ami skulls strew n here
ami there showed thut the hacked
bodies of the dead had lieen thrown
into that terrible furnace with the
living. 1'urtber up the village was
another hideous pile; but words fail
me, ami the heart turns pick at the
very remembrance of It. Here I
counted the remain of twenty-seven
Cait, Gambikk IN ljUXlMiS Tl.MKX.
The afiuir at Kara-Atli, however,
sinks into Insignificance Iiefore the
appalling horror of the massacre at
(Jcula-Mahalissc. It appears that on
the Sit li a strong force, under Jtaouf
I'ashn, made a reconnoissonce from
Yeni-Saghra, nml spent a night near
the village alwve named, which is
situated a little off the line of rail lie
tween Yeni-Sughra and Timova.
After the force hatl left, a large Usly
of Circassians returned to tlie village,
ami in the first place carried ofl'an im
mense number of young girls, whose
fate eau only lie guessed at. They
then returned to the village, and found
that the remainder of tlie women and
children hail Iks I for protection to the
church. There they slaughtered them
all, ami from that church Col. Jen
nox ami Lieutenant Chcrmsidc, R. 1-.,
military itta-h, and Messrs. Jjcslic
jMeyi'ic'k, of the Aid to the Sick ami
Wounded Society, brought tint and
1 suits I 175 Imdics of women ami chil-
l n ' , "r'' "V.''"5 " Ym: j
other killed m d.tlerent .laxs als.ut
the village, and .10 woum cl had their ;
woimtls divHlby the als.ve naimsl ,
medical olTleers. fhese eye-wit nenses
Iren. Besides these, there were many
.1 11-. - I.. 11... j.liiirj.l,
mmiipi uir".m ... . .....i
dead ami the dying wi re piled in suf-
l'K-iit"mg luus, little children craw llnj;
alsHtt looking for iher mtitliers,
wtmndtsl mi ill iet trying to move!
thoMi ghastlv heaps to nml their chil
dren, nml when found hardly able to
rccognixc them with the feu it'll! sword
cuts about their little heads. Many
women hud la-en violated ami sul
jocted to fearful barbarities, pregnant
women rijjasl open, while others hatl
their breasts cut off or their hands
chopped off at the wrist. A mother
lay stone dead ami her I mi by wan vain
ly endeavoring to yet the fissl for
which it wiik murvlna, while hu obler
child was calling and pushing the dead
woman to try ami make her awake.
Kven while 'tln-sc gentlemen were in
the village the murdering was cning
on at another pin t, ami su i'tealeuiug
were these ferocious ruffian tjiat their
lives ittttal tu Very great danger, a
(!)ioaKf,iai from beiiiml a hedge ttsik
a deli Iterate shot at Mr. Meyrick, but
Here Is the latest statement of some
of Senator ConkHuH's views;
"He dtes not hesitate to declare thut
Tildcu was elected President. A he
puts it, the votes n they came out of
the ballot-boxes showed a majority for
the Jferiuocratic ticket. He thinks
there may have liccii intimidation
some parts of the South, l.ut pt uf u
sort to vitiate the result, !! thinks
Tildeh' elect iijn. whs as fair as elec-ti!lw-
a iv aiit to Is', ami he lias no de-
leuse lo ofler for the Ijouisianu Ro-
turnmg lioanl. Hut after
..rn.,1- t,f that Slnto ...,lloi . i,,.
d.u.i,.n,ti.... or" .i, u Lv,l i..i i..j.i
. i i i iIi-ihi. to 1 1 ... IIuv-m i.li..iir. !,...
was no help for it but to tuhmit
i" -'t ... ... .... - - -. . - - - - I,,, ii
tpiestitiii to Congress,"
Whk.v Mr. Hayes drove into
nlnglou, 't., ni Wslncslay
ujiill II. Illllllfl. III.. .l.'Mjl U'flll
. Mini i
fences of that historic town plastered I
over with big posters, displaying tliese I
"'ivoi 'J'i-iniutntnt tittit Ot & rrn." j
' "The way of the transgressor is j
Keeticg in f hlladelpjila.
New York Herald Kert.
(Joven.or llaifiianft, of Pennsyl
vania, in calling um,h (Jovertior Por
fT, of Tennessee, for :i f.-v v.nids.
j a'luded to him us "one to whom I
j want to introdiii-e you; a valiant gen
; ll'iiin, whom I never met until i o.v,
j although we endeavored to - e each
other iu the ticld at longe riiii-e bv
I looking from hilltops and throitgii
j field glass's." Covernor Porter, ' it
j fl ne-looking, soldiery man, was an
; officer with the Confederacy; sorxing
j through the rels-llioii. Hence (Jov-
eruor Ilartrau'tfs j-lax fiil allusion,
i The Southern (Jovernor said, in the
course ot a graceful little sjiccrii: 1
rind here, as J find at home, a spirit of
concord and fraternity as in the old
rtntr fif tum times. Vc are prosecut
ing with great energy the artsofja'ace.
We have I m -en inspired by necessity;
the hand of adversity has U-cn hard
upon us, but we present a field more
inviting than any other. We have
fields and mountains of iron nml coal
and metals, with no hand to work
them, the Southwest mviies all tin-
t i i j i . i i
. employed, and the dissatisfied
nnilovcu. ami the ilisntishcil im'iiiiIo
slioiilil go smruii, ami a cordial wcl
eome awaits lliein. We have ceased
ti impure tinytliing about nation. ility,
IKilities or religion; w e are Imnc-l iu
what was the past, iind are frank iu
admitting the juliilee. l-'aniilinr with
the sentiment of the 'ample of Tennes
see, Heen from a perfift canvass of the.
State, I know wli.it thev feci, ami
. . i . : ..." :
U'i,lh l1l";r'' !" Tl r'"'
' B"! hi I h I ha- I
on the I Mil of
t when thev cease lo iiiuuirc of a man
"what was ins t i m during the
war." I concluded by icieiiting my
thanks to the management, and that,
it will lie gratifying lor the M-ople of
Tennessee to know that I stand as
illative before the peoplu
lima, on an ttiality Midi
all ami every CotntiKiuweulih.
Srigham Young's Ujprcrisy.
IhVadlc's Western Wilds. "J
Many intelligent i l -i t lim e eonelud
ed that ISrighain was huue-t in his re
ligious professions. ran Hot agree
with tll'dil. I niigbl reject all othi-r
eviilence of hyjiocrisy, but I can not
reject his own. Again a d again ho
I vouiig Mormon friend of the write
whom he was tiruing to reiurn to the.
fold, Brighton sui I; "It makesno tlif
ference whether you U-l it c in it or
not; we mssl you; just emui-along ami
be baptized, ami pay up a little of your
tithing, ami it w ill be all right."' To
another he said: "It's no concern
what you believe, I've got as good n
right to start a religion a- Christ or
Mohamimsl, or any oilier man."
Ami yet again, when shaking of Un
vote of each semi-annual conference
I imlor-ing him as a prophet, he said: "I
am neither a prophet nor the son of a,
, nroohel. hut I have Im.ii nrotitalile to
this people." Sineethen tlie tienli'ei
: have usuaiiv iie-ignaici nun "inn
Profit.' There wa a lime, I think,
when he Is'licvcd his religion and
. worked ha I'd for it; but as he ro-c in
! the church he learned more, and !
!came what he practioitlly tleseribesj
i liimself. a philo-ophlo intitlel. A man
W'host.' tsinvietioll tleelits largely on
; his intert"t, w ith a happy mwcr of
; self-ilis i it i'in, a great ileal of eiinuing,
some executive ability, and behind it
all an immense physical :em-y,
j with little nn-rcy or eonseiei lo
: teniMT it such, in brief, is Biigham
Chamherlaln on Hayes.
' What cx-(Jov. ( 'liiiiii! i l.iin -aid on
; the tt li day of July ul Wisslstta-k, Con-
; neeticul, lu relation to l re-ntenl
i "Fellow citizens w hat is the Prrsj-
tlent's soiitiiern isilicv '.' For mv-clf I
take leave todcuonuuee it, here and
guaranteesaul false to evcrv tiidale of
political honor, public ju-iiec ami giMitl
' morals. Then- is mi isiint, feature or
form of Ibis jMitii'V that has; stiport in
a fair const niel ion of the Cou-litutioii,
or till lionet view of the facl which
tire involved, but w hen we look nnd
impure w hat defence-, of thi- policy
arc offered, we are lo-t hi a inae of
subterfuges, contradiction-, falsehood-,
fallacies and inanities. 'oii-.iciious
in this list is the claim made liy tho
President hiinst H and ci-htMsl by his
defenders, and Ibis Presidential Milit y
is in accord w ith the platform f tlm
party, with the Presi
of aeeeidanee, and w ith
hit) known views at the time of his.
nomination antl during the canvas-.
cull this the chit f of suUcrfngcs, if
not of falsehoiids. Never f il 1 1 lie t i'.ni
try heard with amazeim.'iit tin: first
whisiH-rings of the liuiehlliilt ions til'
Stanley Matthews ami the I Ihlo eliiin
who stiMsl nearest the president lint
bas-st passage I have ever rem I iu out
slitieal historydid any Mirtiou of
the public or of the Republican parly
imagine tjiut the President would en
ter upon such a mliey or course of ac
tion. It Is Impossible toovcrstate Ibis
general fact. Kspecially it is Imposs:-
.' hie to overstate the dclilx-rate, long
! continued, uuremittetl efliirts, made nt,
j every stage of the struggle from N't
, vem'la r 7 to March , to inspire f!ie
! Southern Republican with lidclhy to
! the Republican cause. Ifdtnibts nrose,
; with eleetrie sjH'isI em in.' new assur
ances that Hayes, if elected, would
vindicate the rights of hose who were,
fignting the battles of the South.
in the despicable suggestion hern
made that President Hayeit knew
nothing of all this? Sir, it is im risli
ble. Hcditl know it; and he sI.shI by,
willing to see men risking, by day ami
nights for months w hieh -et ined lon
ger than years their lives; aye, losing
their live by humh'etls, to lilt him in
Presidency, Umn the lying iis.uian
ces, if what he now says Is- true, Mini,
he would protect anil rescue them by
the great jsiwers of the ufl'it he should
receive. Kvcry man who IhsI near
to the President, every man whom the
nuiilie hatl a t'igni to n garl as in-.
faithful rnircsenta.ive, joim tt in I ,
JuramJLUM.xirMli ; i ,,.,, , arrie..
, , f , . :i.H1(,(ll,,.s
, k,.gur,, ami
, , . . j",,.-i- . r
I.. .. 1 ...t .ii..,...r mi. ln. i
'" 1 '" .'" . i
come if only they defended to the I J r t.
the ground which thev had huh, Sir,
when I think of these things, niy
heart grows hot with indigiiaiion, and
a curse comes unbidden to my ll"-, for
the men who thus played with the
blood of bra ve men ami women as Mm
gambler plays with his dice. Such
treachery passe my comprehension.
Uea-lle's " Western Wilds, '
The death of Monnoih;,i will not
end I'tab's troubles. i,.tetil of 7"i,hm
fanatics, there will lv 1 "iO.'mio infidels
all those of Mor'AiMi piirentage, having
no philiisi)ihy t take the place of re
ligion. 'Ihe ihhii of .Mormoni.siu
1 riii'iiiukr ihe land for a gener
ation. The original Moi mou eon veils
were from the most banly and vir
tuous is-asantry of f.urojs'; they e.iiue.
over as a rule iu mitltlle life, mid Mor
liiouisui tsiukl not entirely sM.il them.
Their children w ill sutler all the evil
reults if Hilygamy aul siipeixt itious
fully, with none of tin- restraint im
jsisetl by a thseraey all Ihe evil ami
none of the gtsd. There will Is- n,
laxity of coiitluci .-iml u general llab
bincss of the moral lllti, which will
not le cured till they Joiu-n by dire c
H'rienet Unt lite way of the traii-'-'iiv-r
i hard. The Mormon tloe
(i ine that "il N rigid lobe nlmut I ho
gissl of the chtireh" has made deei-il,
mi iustilulion. 11 can searcely Im
said that any disgrace attache lo 11
iiu v. Jews ami u utiles vho Jjvt!
Mul1' ""!' t,,is lN'"l,k' ,,fu 11 .
ct.iuc in ni lei is, , , . :e s.,...,-
for. say Ibey, "il '.. 'ney
w e don I, I hey gel
'there is ill I tab
I i.,l.l It lll.l I., II.., wo ll:ll',.
,,n"V ' I"-'
mile than in any other legion on tins
continent; ami tin- religious lying Is
I the woit of all. Thu staml.s Ihe
I l"'1 sittmtioti: I he .lew s he lor gain,
the (Jentiles from assoei.-itimi, aul
Mormons "for Chrisi's sake."
Thirty Chinese merchant in San
Frum-iseti have united In an npiciil t-t
the Board of lvlue.itioll to have Mliie
schools oM-nts f..j- the instruction of