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TOWN AND COUNTY.
Friday Morning, September 14, 1877.
TO t ANUI I I l.H A M
li all on artitlrmsn to run for outer, are
ruli rluii iiii'iitx, ini lmimt Or ucooinjKiiiieUOi the
ciwi, to insure iiMflion,
S.OU T Kilt, P.lin IN ADVANCE.
tti-lO I' l.tlD 1ST ADVANCE
, 6:17, A.
D. JR. "V. K- R. SCHEDULE
Train Xn. 1 leaves C:20 P. M.
.No. 3 " ... 1(J:A.M.
Triin No. 2 arrives .....6:.'V) A. M.
' No. 4 " 4:30 r. si.
- Sni. 1 mid 2 will rnu dully, except Man
day. Ni. :( :itil 1 will run Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday. No. 1 wiilcouncct with
liaius from Nash ville and Moingoiuey; No.
Si will cm. necl Willi trams to Nashville unci
TIio IIernIl farilneDullar n Year 1 1
I 'I litis of live 51..V) per year.
i .tin-, of fcit or nviT, er your.
T.ie money must iii'i.'y. acooiii pa ny clubs.
A cluii must, nil be alone post oitico.
Members ot a club must all commence at
Hie ti'iul'- iiii"'.
old suii.Ti-ioers must. py up arrearages
bcloro tney go into clubs.
J-hn Curr is n candidate for re-election
to tiieotUce of It agister. Joiin lm mode a
good Cenistur, a:vaysdl Ins post, ainlpollfe
und acc -in iiiOci,nin: .He keeps his books
111 spleiult'l eiuitlilioii:
A. N. Akin is u candidate for re-flection
to tin- nMce of county court clerk, Ht I lie
soiicitat .oil ol almost everybody. Ills books
sire models ol skill, accuracy uiidneatne.sK,
Mid there reverwusa more efficient clerk,
nor a p'lil.r gentleman. He works day
and night, and yet is poipeand accommo
dating lo evt r body, and at all timeH.
V . T. Edwards and dipt. G. M. V. Kins
zur arc aiiiitiiiiiceil as c iiiil. Mates for Trustee.
Air. Edward , is the fiivM-nt Trustee, and lie
lias mule and is making a most excellent
idId ii, polite a id accommodating audj el
faithful to the duties of ollice. Ho keeps
Ins Ixiolis iu ti ne older, Captain Kilmer is
known nil over tile county, and especially
around Wil . Umsport, as a very clever gen
t lei.i.m. succ- sslui liinncr, and intelligent
:n.in. 1 1 l ie, i. d, lie will perform tils duties
witli the Mime efficiency he manages his
ir readers will notice today the line
display card of John Latta, who besides le
Ing one or t he cleverest men Iu our city,
keeps coii-tanlly on tiand the choicest m
lect.onsol laniily en cerics to beloundany
w here. You wi ii tiu.Joiin at all ti uies anx
ious and ready lo i.ccoiu niodaie you, and
give you splendid bargains. Give him a
acali.you will bocertalu to get the worth of
UKf.IUIOt 1 IVIDtl.ll.rAtE,
The 1'ie.irtli ij i iricrly Meeting of the M.
n .re i in t oiu ni i.i, was liehl last Satnr
ilay id i SnniUy, U; iiov. vVellbiru Moon
i j, I. I'.. 11.; p.e.iciiel Saturday morning
ami i.ignt, mm Sun-lay morning and ntgnt
Su'id.iy in ' .rn i ii ; he preached from Luke
2J,H. "lie "poke ol the expression in thciiillb
vere, "weut, as ho was; wont, to the mount
of o.i vs." l'hougli the saviour of mankind
knew what win to follow, that his usual
even 114 resort was k nown, and that his iife
Would he sought .fur there by him that had
betrayed him, 1 ! never chunked his reifti
lar Iti e of duly, lletiever fullered in the
peiiorinanee of :i aing.e duly. What ar
xam pie tor ail 'Ii ri -I tuns! Tho preacher
Mihl he was lemindeil t.t an liiid'lent In the
li:eolJoliH Wesley. A kks1 lady friend
i.sked him what he would do to-morrow If
he uuew he .-.lio-ild die the toilowin melit.
We dey repllej that liu would till all the ap
point men ts lie ha-1 m ule to pre.ich during
I he day ai.it at nitlit, and lie down to sleep
i.t MoVI -ek t 1114:11. and wake up in Kltiry.
This nerfoi luanee of duty ill Itio most peril
ous hour, by J sus, was dwell upon by
the preacaer. A it-r I he sermon the sacra
meiiloi 1 I. oid's .Supper was administered.
At niKtit. Mr. Moo. ley preached onj of Ills
lini l s m iinuis ( !r. I il thinUs it was his
IfM) fro-ii Is; Kins, l!l Ii chapier, 41 ti vorw,
the Mil-jeci - in it 1 er li-iui; "Di sponilency
Hiiiott f 'lir.'st.iaiis." lie aliiid'Ml to tlte fact
I liat men renowned lor any one parllcuiar
iriil h i ve at I Imos slio.vn a emtrarv disposi
tion. J :isiauce w.is made to Tom Hood, tho
wit mid in:m"i'ist, wlio composed two of the
naiidc-l and noblest of bom;', "foun of a
s.ilri,'' and "ih ide ofsiiihs." Altn to the
s.el, rieiau' i.i ily C'.iwper, who coiuposl the
1111.-I la i.hablo slory of ".lohri Hilpln "
j :vi n wlieu we tro to iluly Writ, we find that
lioiy ineu wimeiimes uve way Just at the
snppi s.dstionnest points In theircharacter.
Mi. -, tin1 ini'i k limn ot Uod, i;ve way lo
a vmieiil til id aut'er ut a time when his
cal in it.'.s ifciid patieme were most in de
jiihii.I; Job, the ' patieiit man' became tm
jiutii'iit. Ii. tiui and coinpialniiii;, wlieu a
M'Vrn lel iiiiue. Klijah, the prand old
leonine piophet, wlio had defied kinu Abab
in hisoun palace, and had overthrown all
the priests ul Ha d at Mt, t arniel, became
weak and asUed Uod to let hint die. Thin
tinox pcou d tireauiih; down of KtrODg men at
the si run points in 1 lie! r ehiiineter, U very
much to be attributed. Mi bodily Impurities
Iiiiiior,-xhinisiioii, etc. Tho Lord did
riot rebuke K ijah, hut Kent ail angel to
iiiiiii-u r lo h.s creature want; nnd thus
Miould t iiristhins do to sinners. Thin is the
lasi k-ruioii Mr. Mooney will preach at this
llac' lor home time, as it closes his four
jeais hie !. jTesidii't; Kliler. He has made
n iiindol "idur or Muperlntendent -f tho
idiurciies of ttiU l)istiti.t f ir lour ye.
J 1 Is I i ! s have 1 -en aiiuuuaut, preHniunt;
and traveling mcvJisar
-imny. lie in a fine
preacher, a I'jalous pusuir and unexcelli
a piesidinx olllcer. Die church h
1 cJ iu his bauds all over the District..
I'LKNON.! iMi UIUESlE.
"Who plays the laggard ? "
W. J. Moore bus returned from Indians!
With u drm e ol inuies.
M iss liosliu, 01 .s:ieiby vlllo, is on a visit to
Jiiile llujiie.-i' family.
ti nle tiieeii law, ol fSpi liiB II ill, wns on
our slreeUi last Wednesday.
W. J. I'niilps lelt yesieiday for the Krmt,
to pure use ins Kali and Winter kixkIs.
Miss Id York, a handsome biunelte, of
M is 1., is visit tu relations In town and couu-
3lr. Van I'olk, who went t Kurope sever
nl moiiliiH ao, Is looked lor back home
M r. t'lark T. Jones, of Laurel Hill, passed
through Columella tins week, ou his way to
Jii'Ue Cooper, the Rreatfst tawyor in
ill s utli, came to Ciiiuuibla Wednesday
jdl-M t hrist'.ati Klitart, a cliarniliiR little
ctri "f Marltti, Teim, has returned to the
Jtobei t Wilson, ol N'.islivtlie, ha liepn out
a week or two. lii huudsomo wit lid pit
1 ir. J . 11. S eat h wort h, of I."wtshnri. was In
t mo:. 1 Wcduesdiiy. olad to see you,
wniie II i.-'ief, Lawrence Branch and
Johnnie-Cooper have none to Kast Teun.
John M. t.Tay.of Niistivllie, ti'ilil to lie the
,-,t hardware "man In Teunessie, w n our
Ml'.'V-'UieYiriiip-, Mr Coiricktt, and
jfiv. Ani- iV-t'i Will ail bo to .Memphis
M.-jor.l lines H. Akin left .",r Kentucky
M.md iv ev . iiiiii;, to iurc!iase slock . 'ie
No it hern iii .iki t.
Hon ;.i-1 Ciopton, ol 1 1 ilena. At k., is one
leme iu our 111 uNl, iistkiug handsomer and
yomiui'r than ccr.
Will Muss, a fii-sl class larmcr of the Po
ter"s Church neiiih irlio.i I, returned from
Nivsiivdie A 1 ii ins. i ay.
J. W. Howard, ol the linn of Howard (t
Carpei.b'i", left on t he Oih lor St. Iaiuis, to
buy stock lor Id firm.
Sir. N. II. Cuc.iirs, tho live trader nnd
pleas mt i;. illeniaii of Spring Hill, was In
town 011 Wciiue.sd-iy lasl.
A. M. Hughes, Jr., Deputy Kovetme Col
lector I.11 the. 1 strict, went to I'uiaski Wed
nesday on niiicial business.
Sli-sSilUe Cecil, a he.iutifnl black-eyed
b-auty of l'.i f l-jbee. lias returucd I10111 a
visit li n lai 1 ves In Kent ncky.
Miss Ida ii yant.a preily hiack-eyHl fttrl,
came down ei the Nai row (iauire Monday,
to uitiud r.el.o..l at the Al hen.'eum.
t ' .pi. .lames l!ou-clf.K Andrews, of Pu
1'isi.i, u ii 111 loivn Tii..sda'. II? has Hold
mil I. icU . stih'k, and barrel, at I'ulaskl.
I'at lepeiisi.n, .me of th cli'Verest and
:..! ul' . inductors, whs hi re yesterday, a
wil U' m 111 a dam ose suit tin st t he K. It.
Air. .1. W. Hall, : Ala., was in town this
week, b.i l;i2 mules, lie Is.n-lit twenty ia
CHr lo 1 1 1 fioiii 'l. Kidli y and Capt. Hetlieil.
i':l. J-.s- I'reslldae, 1,1 Memphis, came up
lal S '.' .unlay to see ids cuariiiiiix tamily,
several of whom ate going to school at the
leifU.MH.lt u"i mill Junius l'olk went to
Jd issiKsippt last week. J unius giaja to Major
l'olk -s 11111 aud .Mr. tioiKirum to Judge
''r" v' K I'lijliip, of I'll 11 lips, Jackson ACo,
i,i.s.iville. Tcini, wa III town Wednesday.
Hesold lolsof Kinc-eiiiii aud called to beet lie
l ,Miv Coni tins Ko-era anil Hr Hu 'ln. of
Ki.mkliii, were 111 town Tuesday. They are
hot h 1111 e iii-ii, and were here on iiujvrtuiit
, f 1 lit s.. .
.Mis .lennie l'loe. ( Ni-es MichiRnu, m
1-1:11, - .Mi. T. II. William.ss tamily, near
towa. si,. t, ;t veiy troo.l looking brunette,
tin- .!-!i :.b!i! si el,..
Miiior John U . Wi:hersioon, f. I.. 1 Ihckl
l'errv, Sim Yitiicrsiooii, expect to t;rt lor
McKinne.y,Texa.iii a Wfek or two throtlgli
tlie CO'.illU 1 wa.ms.
Noi'le j-:u.t nsoii, a pr.imlnent lawyer of
rulusai, and Kohcrf Saudei-s, ol Jllc, were
lu town rec. iiily. The I01 mer wot oil u good
liiariv wl hiis:ii ( 'oliiinliiu's i'X)H-use.
W'lllie Ci cil, a promising sou of James H.
recti, nun i our ieadii s liirinen., went to
msii s i.J Vni.d i v to 111 lend out) of Nash
Vi . Ie 1 ! .' I I '1 1 Cil Schools.
M rs. A lii.-lj-I'eeii, ul illckman county. Is
viblttnj her r. luiiv.-s and Ineiuls. ttie ImiiiI
jiesol W. C I iiyr.nu. J. li. I iiuiom, MUd J as.
jl t'ecil. In the Mt. I'.casanl c.iuutry,
j Iv Cut, one of the handsomest l,all
nnd tt Uadeis in the couuly, left last
1 i iiis.iiy I'll' Kentucky and Indiana, to
I.m'v iiiK'- s aud liois.es lor the .Southern tuar-
i'.ii' I W. s-tephor.soi!, a weadhy plan
tei 'i.n i "i' ipllva'11'K nelitleiilan of Missls
uinoi 1 -n lor his U'Jiim last Weitnewlay. I
mi'l". - n.-iiiiiiiv as AiiMin mm
i-lt l utlllliui'. n1 , " - . '
Col. John M. Robb, a prominent man of
Nashville, was In t olunibla Wednesday, In
the Interest of the su ilernard Ooal, an ex
cellent coal. Watkins, McLemore & Oiflbrd
are ins agents in Columbia.
John Curtis, Will Curtis, Monroe Nelson,
Kichard Cox. all lelt Ml. 1'leasfcut Wednes
day for Dal las, Texas. 1 hey are Industrious,
excellent youug men, and while we regret
to lose them, we wish them great success.
Mr. C. A- Tomlinsou aud his son.
Card. M. 15. Tomlinson, are talkinir of tolng
to Texas iu a short time, on a prospecting
tour. Jesse Tomlinsou has been in Texan
eight or nine months
Col. J. P. Ilethell and Mrd. W. D. Bethell
and Miss Bessie liuihell, returned from a
Northern trip lasl Saturday. The Colonel
aud the ladles seemed to bo enjoying good
Al James, of tho popular jewelry store of
J. U. James iSe Son, returned Saturday from
the east, whore he laid in a snlendnl stock
of Jewelry, if you don't believe It, just call
in ana see.
Miss W illie Cummins, the occornpllshed
teacher of 1- rench. drawliiE. painting, etc
arrived Monday, and has resumed her posi
tion in Soule Female college, iter many
friends hail her return with pleasure. Mu,r-
Mr. Joseiih M. It ilney ami 111s naiiusome
wife, of Memphis, have been 011 11 visit to
his father slid mother, in tills piace, foi
turn ulr A mom; all ol Mr. W.S. lOiinev 's
splendid boys, lie has uoue handsomer nor
nobler than joe.
Mr. Jas. N. JoneH, 01 uoion coumy, came
up to laurel Hill a week or two ago, and
this week wan in Columbia. He came
through on horseback, and got lost anil rode
sixty miles In one day.
Mr. Horace Friersoii and Mr. J. M. Lor
klu, two of our leaning merchants leiiTui-s-day
for New York to net their Fall and N In
ter goods. Misses Willie C, Mayes aud Klla
Whitthorne, two bi int aud l.e nliliil gir's,
accompanied them as tar as Ueorgotowu,
I), t'., wlieiethey will finish theireduc ttion.
Mrs Doliy Sow ell, the only sister ol Hou
Boldng slid Col X'owuatlau Uordon, id visit
ing her brot hers. She lives in Ciibsou coun
ty. Went Tennessee. 1
l'rof W T Wilkes, of Franklin, who Is now
teaching sinj-'inaschool ut Mt cariuei, was
In the city yesterday, and is onoof the most
finished looking youth men we have seeu.
Mr Kdd ie Wilson, now of Alabama, aud
who was raised in 1 liis county, is up on a
visit to his mother's. Iieisau Attorney at
Law, aud we boar lsdoing well h.H pro
less on. We wtr h him an abundant success.
Miss dray, a beanu.ut and suniiy, smiling
blonde, ol Wiiliaiusuh county, w 110 has
been spending some days past with the
Misses Uentiy, has returned home.
Mr ilud McKay pud- fivmily, of William
son county, who visited Mr Uently's family
last week, has returned home. Ho was a
delegate to the celebraied ljiwrenceburg
convention, and in one or- rue eaostanuai
men of "old Williamson."
Mr. J. M. Shinnies, of .Memphis,' came np
last Saturday, and remained stverai days
In Columbia. It is stud that his sweetheart
Is oue ol the prettiest girls in Tennessee. It
la uot ntce.-sary to state where she lives.
Henry Hardin, of Hardin county, Teun.,
pn-ssd in mujli here last week, on his way
to the Lebanon Law School. He belonged
to Lute Irvine's company. First Tenn. He
saw Iee liuilock, and enquired fur W. K.
Hugn T. Gordon, Esq,, Las returned from
Texas, with a number of join 14 ladles lor
the Female Institute. He saw sliep. and O.
T. l'tunimer, who siluiost. kiss everi bidy
tliey see fiom Maury. Two better-fellows
don't live in Txas.
Col, James 11. Lewis, a prominent lawyer
of Lewisburg, was in towu tills week, ens
gaged in a case 111 itio Circuit Court Coch
ran vs Duck III yer Kailroad. The Colonel
Is promuently spoken of as a probaold
candidate lor Congress.
We notice iu the Dahas, Texas, f'omnuixial,
an utile letter from l'rof. W. K. Joues, lor
merly of Teun., iu regard to the large and
nourishing sc.ool l which he is Principal.
If the people of Dallas sUoW the enlei pi ise
in this mailer as they have 111 oliii rs, Frof.
Join-s will have the luost fioui'shiug school
Gov. Wade Hampton, who was invited to
be p.-esentat our Fair 011 tne 27th of Sept.,
by rTesldeut li jtne.ll, Gcu. V liilthorne, and
Col. l'olk, sends word tlia t he cannot come.
v e teg. et this, but the Fair will be suill
clently atrriictive to Induce people from
t ills aud adjoining eouii 1 ies l.ialieiid. L vst
Week we pi b.ished a c ita ogueof premiums
ottered, and next week we w ill reprint it.
W. Marsh Johnson and lady, ol Centre
vllle, passed through town Monday, ou to
Heurtleek, to Dr. spindle's. Tln-y "cara
by the r.ay ofNwan. I'r. J. iM. 'lowler in
under promise lo o lisliiug wilh them next
month 10 Swan.
I ol. John ti. .Mi'!-en, Of Franklin, one of
the most valued ciii,.us of the state, was iu
town Tuesday, and returned 011 the 1:05
freight train. He says tin and Col. Ue.ldes
will' probably tai;e 11 fish near the Duck
Klv iV r.ridge, where t lie lalter is engaged in
building a 1 ew hi 1. lye.
Major V". P. iugram. Collier of the r.ank
ol Columbia, returned Wednesday from
Carthage, Tenn., alter an aosence of live
days. The Major Is a sound, H4fe, nnd siu;a
clous fiuanci r, and a gein-roiis-hearied
man. It would be hard to find two more
competent Cashiers or cleverer genilemeu,
than lite Casti lersof our t wo oauks.
Mr. Charles Krandon, a handsome printer
of Nashville, par-sed thiouuh here Tuesday,
ou his way back l.-om Lew isbui, where he
went on a visit. Cle.i ley learul. the print
ing busine.-sat Lcivisiitiig. lie is a spleudid
printer aud a 11 ice g. nt leiiirui.
Col. Itoilo S. Saunueis, ot ixiiox county,
came to Columbia Saturday, lie and Major
SVill l'olk who is as courtly a genlleii.eu
and public spirited as he u'as tailiiut lis a
soldier tiave thirty-! wo heml of magnifi
cent troltiug stock, and wld he.p pusll M u
ry forward into the front rank ot slock ruin
ing communities equal to Ky.
Tue many lrlends of .I r. Charles P. Cecil,
of the Hank of 1 o.uiniii 1, will regret to
learn of his determination to make Ken
tucky his future home. He has le eii ill t lie
Lank lor live or six years, and l as become
widely known and iiopuiar. He married
one of the belles oi Miudle Tennessee, a
beautiful daughter or Con. W. C. wnit
ttiorue, and her departure will cause nuny
tears and regrets.
Ueorge K-iiney lelt on .Monrtayior the
Lone Slur Stale, w nere he liili mis lua king
his home, lie i a soa 01' S tot I Ki'iiey, of
this plac-9, and Is of a i iinily of seven broth
ers, all of whom are noted tor their energy,
inilUsliy, sonriety, aim getiiu.iy. iiiim
Ual.iey went as lar as St. Louis with his
brother, where he will see the sights of that
city, and aitenl the great Fair there aud
Miss Fannie Graham isagsiuatthe Hon.
W. U. Wilson's, where she will spend a few
days, betore reluming lo her beautiful home
iu Hicumau county. Hi r hither, S L Gra
ham, of I'lnewood, Teun., will take her
S0111I1 wttli him this lull.
Capt. L. W. liiack, a highly esteemed citi
zen, and familv, lelt Monday night for Free
port, 111., his old home. He will also a; tend
the State Fair, olChioago. Capt. Black is a
native of Illinois, was a soldier in I lie Fed
eral army, in irrid an amiable and excel
lent lady ot one of our best families, and is
making a popular and valued citizen. -
O O.Uweii. of Mt. Pleasant, lelt Monday
for New loin, to purchase a splendid new
slock ol good, with winch lie will open Out
iu the handsome new house now being
built by tjhildrt-ss Jci'dlow. Mr. Owen has
beeu lu business lu Jit. Pleasant for twelve
or fourteen years, and has built up a kpleu
diU trade. He is regarded rs a fine ruer
ciuiiit, uJid comes to Columbia witu every
evideuce 0 sllcCeR.
Our old friend, Kimund Brandon, of Wil
liamson county, was lu Maary last week, to
see bit relations, Dave Trousdale's family.
He returned Tuesday. He expects to go to
Texas to live iu a waek or two. EJmund,
like his brothers, was a niodel soluier, is a
good oiti.en, ami we wish lino sucpess and
prostier.'.v wtierever he may go.
D A. Ma'.Cnight. a splendid school teacher
of Giles county, wns at Ins old home last
Sunday, to the dedication of the new M. L.
Church at Southport, He expected lo bring
Dr. Rivers, of Pulaski, to preach the dedi
cation sermon, but the D -cmr had hurt his
leg, aud was unable lo come. Abbey was
sorry to hear that h la old sweetheart, Miss
H A , wiu goiuti to , but we
have an "Idea" that he Is a'ready con
soled nearer houie.
Tim well known and popular Crawford
Hoiiso at Cine nuati, under the manage
ment of Mr. l.-wls Vatnleu, is losing none
of 114 fame. Columbians, who find them
selves iu Cincinnati, cannot do belter than
go to tue uaiiui'i. iii. wium .
Vcliitrre. two of the im.ft obliging hotel
i..rku in the ciiimriv. will be li;und iu the
otlice. aug. 3i-77.1y.
'Ib Lost t'anir,"
A njazniflcent picluro HIH Inchon In size
renroi'uu noun-derate soldier alter tho
...,..i.,nif in inn iiiii,in 'birli he finds
lonely aud desolate. Jn tront'uf IhO lt;!ned
rising . -aU tilt; li'jes, ieiJepi;t fh-'i
st irs, wen I... nmlui j
Soiunern Ci-oss. Ii is l'"u,r,., i,imld
touoh every M.mlherti he irt, a.. "w
tlnd a place in every Southern home. On.
copy wilt hv mail, mounted 011 a roller and
oM-pald, 1 111 retidpt of cents, or three lor
isu cell in. Address A . Creitar Ai l.o., No. ItiS
Market St., t liHttamoi.'a, T'eun. Agents
wanleil every where to sell our cheap an
popular pictures, stationery packages, etc.
10 1ii per day easi.y made. o money re
UUireU mini the pie Hires are sold. Keud
slump lor catalogue aud terms. tiugollt.
Katlonnl Siircliiil Iirstlliite.
Twoof the Sun?isius of this notable lnsli
tute will visit Coluuil.ia, Teiiu., Jci ober at h
nnd tilli, ls7i, sloppim; at the Nelioii House.
Ttiey will have wii h iliem a line oil Hit of
bracks and surgical appliances, and will tH'
prepari-d to treat a l kinds ol iN-tormities
and Chronic Diseases, .s'ich as Club Feet,
Hio Hisease, Paialysi-, l'lles and Flstulil,
Cauarrli, 1'rivufe Inseascs, lnseji--.es of the
Kye.A-c. h"or full p.iitieuiais.yiddrcaa Na
tional Surgical lustiuilo, Atlauta,C;a. It.
;l Korleij .
It you want a drink ofwliis);y! If you
want a oiiiiit of whisky! It you want a
ijiillon of whisky ! ask tor I'liillips, Jack,
son A Cos. U.iikI Society." It is strictly
1. nre Mini unadulterated. Kepinya'i ueai
Time small tracts of land, oonUinlng
lint acres each, wil ii cluf n I .nble. iniprove
iiieiits.aiid tHd water, l. i'iil eipial to auy
In tliisisiuniry. 1'rice moiieiute aud terms
easv. For p.n l iciiiar.s, address to T. 11. l'aiod,
tspliUit Uiil. Tenn. ept.7-U.
Our Spoi lal tiles.
.Manufactnriii nl suits to oritur fiom the
most recent nil poi tutu. 11 ol cloths and iissi
ineres; tine ciotniun, inch 11 111 nut lung, low
prloeil cl'itbnu;; liet hand-made b v.ts aul
shies; fine tin's, uuibreilas, and rubber iooil.
Autnmu novelties in mens luinlslliug
tfood. MilLi.'li. T. 11. & W. H. Williams,
NIuIIi HattalloH Attention,
Sincere-unions is the order of tin
0:1:1111 it the Old Nmlii ha e uaeal
' tho da.y, why
ti some ireii-
triii isiint aevo-sibie to aiiv mil say you
'. . 1 . . .it. I i.diililll l':.lll llr.t!...
Major Akiu, t'a
ley and others;'
i,.-U o.it, Co. A.
W. H. Pyrum to Cora Akin.
Sl-vcU colored 110 ., uads to si-t em up.
it: v 1 us.
At liie residence of Mrs. Neelly, Septem
ber t hu luui, lufaut ol XUoiuaii V iiiHuiicr,
eollae are 1 wo i:hvi- who 1 u i...., V"
one 01 wlitcli mutw Irleudly hand lias hui?g
.urlaud. Tolhw rtUttiic calm liver riuI
nnn imllCHia ll..Jl.rt UUd rui. 1UD
AKO USD TOWS.
"Who plays the laggard f "
H. P. 1- igue.rs weut to Franklin Tuesday
On professional bus. n ess,
The next annual conference of the M, E.
Oburoh will meet in Edgefield, Oct. 4. :
John H. Ellett. of the lower end of the
county, was In town the other day.
R. W. Fulwller, our excellent express
man, has received a splendid Dew sale. '
Euibry A Frierson have something new
and nl. in Fall Over Coats, Unlit weights, t
Our Fat Man's Clothing will fit you exact
ly, (sep. 11-tf.) Ejibby & FMF.llrt02.
W. Jiynnm rays "all the philosophy in
the world will uot make a trolling horse
On Friday night of the Fair, tbe yonng
men ol Columbia will glve-aUopat tlie Nel
Mr. Robert Dorsett, one of Williain
sport's nicest young men; Is writing for CoH
D. B. Cooper, lu theChaucery onice.
Emory & Frierson 's Is the place to buy ,
Dice black alpaceas, black cushmeros, and
all kludsof desirable dry goods. Set, not.
vv'e have in our office specimen pressed
bricks made by Weaver Bros. They are pro
nounced first-class by competent judges.
We will opeu to-day a nice lot of Fall
print; all good styles, and prices 5, 6' J, and
7a cent pel- yard. EiliittV & Fkikkson.
As we go to press the terrible news
reaeres us that Col. Mark Pillow committed
suicide at Nashville yesterday evening. His
remains will be brought home to-day.
In the latter of the present month,
young gentlemen who have been Invited 10
Cooking Club suppers, will give the Club a
splendid oyster supper.
DMolayi Commandery No. 3 meets next
Tuesday night; Columbia Lodge Nor ill.
luursoay nigui; i-jpuemia ixMige.tNo.iyi,
t'aniGT Hughes, one of our ablest law
yers and worthiest en i.elis, has bought the
M. E. Parsonage, for j7nu. It cost, over HWW,
aud would never have been sold, had the
c hurcn not been severely taxed to rebuild
the burnt church.
On aud alter Sunday next the South
bound passenger fral 11 will arrive an hour
earlier lu the morning. This Is a beneficial
change of schedule for Colombia, as It will
give them their mail au hour ear.ier. Move
J.C McUaw.an efficient constable and
excellent citizen of our district, was quite
sick last, Friday. Atone time his condition
was very critical, but he is now about well
We c.o to press as Col J J Hickman, the
urentest temperance man in the world.
speaks to the people at the M E Church. In
person, he Is a model physical man the
hignest Kentucky type au Apollo; while
iu eloquence be Is an Apollo. Sam, Joe,
and the lHjtor, are happy. He will lecture
again to-night. - ,
1 he city l ara Alley is onenng a so.u'.i
hat to the gentieiuau makiug the largest
number of pins, a uu a pair 01 kid gloves to
the buocesfciul iady. Sj far VV. .J. Whit
thoric is scored 2o5; Miss Florence Phillips
173, at ten pins, and W. J. Webster to three
piiis. The following named gentlemen were at
the (iuuneiiy Conference last Saturday elec
ted stewards for the ensuing coutexeuce
year, aud will be inducted into otllee next
Sunday at 11 o'clock, a. 10 : M. Ruttle, li.
P. Figuers, John Lutta, John 1$. Ashtou,
George D. tiodge, J.J. Elatn, T. IL Williams,
A. S. Horsiey.
It's a little singular that when a certain
youug mau In lown c.ianers the finest
"turnout" that cau be bad, and drives his
sweetheart, that another one will do the
same tin og tlie next day. Tnere'a nothing
like eoinpttition, gentiemeu, butsometiiues
it ruins tue whole business.
A glorious revival of religion has been
g"lng on at tneCumberleud church nearly
iwo weeks: Dr Templi-tou, Dr Pro vine, Dr
Mitchell, three able divines, have preached
powerful sermous Revs H c chapman, U T
Thompson, liae assisted Great good has
been accouiplisfred Thirteen conversions,
and mauy awakened
New Y ears' was observed Inst Saturday
by the Israelites 111 our city. Tney observe
sirictly the riles belonging to tneir religion,
as well as attend proiuiilly to tneir business.
-There is a Cniuaman from 1'ekiu, China,
golug to school to Profs. Webb, at Cnlleoka.
He is preparing himself for tne ministry,
aud Jliss N ii-ho.sou.ot the N !c .olsou House,
Naslivilie, Tenn., deserves the credit of Ins
beluga cunstlau, sue. having taken tne
pains 10 instruct and ad vise illiu on the sub
ject of Christianity. He studies tue B b;e
Tosinghtthere will be a grand concort at
the park. Tue Helicon Kami will appear iu
mil uniloruv Tney have invented seven
hundred and flity-fl ve dollars for their new
uuiloriu. tne ciiiz.insouulit 10 show their
appreciation" of their efTii i-s by patronizing
lUcm ou ail occasions.
The ' Stai Ciicus Tioupe" Is coming at
lat. We have heard lor severil weeks past,
thai they inteuued giving the cllizeiis 01
Maury and aejoiuiug couin ies 1111 entertain
ment at Columbia, and how we know it to
be a tact. 1 he lessees ol the ci y park have
arranged witu tnem lor a series ot enler
t liinueuls, commencing Weiine.silay night,
September -ti.ll, and ' continuing Un'ee
nifihts, w nh one day periormuuce on 1 rl
day.iSih. Tneir acUi are ptououuceil by
those that have seen them as being perfect
ly w. .ndeifui.
Our 1011 was considerably exercised
over a telegram leceived by Miles C. Mays
iroiii 1. P. D -dsoii Saturday evening, that
Al.ee W est had won three heals iu U.o race
a, Fia'.wood park, but thai tue judges de
clared no race. Ou Monday evening the
glad ues c ime that Alien liail won the race
and the Turf,' Field and 1m ml purse 01 S'-jII.
'i'he time w.is not given. Tuis is Alice's
second viclorv, having gained aglorioue one
at Cincinnati, and her owjers, col. Keesee,
n,l M i.s .v Isi.ison. and her Uaiuer. Eu
Geers, nre very proud of her. 1 hey bougut
her of Major Campbell Brown. She sheds
honor ou our Ceunty as a place for fast trot
iers. OVI TUB tOlSTV.
"Who plays the laggard?"
-Horace llnney raised tue finest
this ear we evirrsaw.
Jesse Brown, o the I7th .tlslrict, says the
cuireucy lu uis section is chickens.
WANTED A 1' ONCE. Two thousand
yards of home ma le white liusey at Euibry
H Howard & Ciiipeuler sold twenty-two
tine mules to our worthy and energetic
lrlend.Gus Sowell, last week. . .
t or a nice new aud nobby suit of Fall
aud Vv inter clothing, Euibry & Frierson'a is
the place to go. September 11 2..
Ashtou it AicGaw have lour good Tur
bine water wheels, good as new, whicn tuey
will sell at 1 ss tuau naif the cost.
Esq. North Holden, ot Blgby ville, sent
us Saturday, by Eiq. W. 14. a. Matthews, a
very larje potato, the largest we have
Frank Robertson, an honest, clever
frieud 01 ours, of Kuub Creek, has our
lhauksfortwo ot the la'gest turnips evei
seen ai this season of the year.
Young man buy you a nice suit of Fall
clothing al Euibry S. Friersou's, and your
sweet he-nt will be proud ol you wueu sue
sees you. Sept. 14-lt.
vv'ot'kouihe Franklin piko has been
going 011 owly, ou account of the rains,
wnich wash away the dirt, aud cause the
fiver to rise over the gravel beds.
Capt. Arch Lipscomb keeps the purest
bred cuicaens to be had au where, hucu as
Paruidge cochins, Biabmaa, aud Brown
Legnorus. He keeps Ibem lor sale.
our talented young li tend, J. W. Hel
mick, pa-ssed through here Saturday, ou his
way to Southport, to the dedication. 01 tue
it. E. ,uiucu there. -
Capt. John P. Biown has given one cre
of lauu to the Ceulial Turnpike Co., upou
which to bund a tollxale. Tula was a Keu
erous act, to public spirited gentlemen en
gaged iu a worthy enterprise.
ioiuiny Faires, ol Bigbyvllle, took loll
sheep to NasUvl.le lecenuy, lor that mar
ket, which Is good oue. "Wueat and
Sheep" is a good policy lor ail of Maury as
weil as lor C 1. Cooper, who aturted it.
Xue suuily 01 tuo camp-meeuug at
Hurrluaue. Zfi persous purchased tickets
aud weuiaowu ou tue tuoiuiug train. Last
Sunday 110 oue could get a norso u4 bugg
iu tuu, because Ihey were ail eugagtd lor
tue caiup-meelinsj ul P'jpe's.
Xue potato crop iu this county this year
has beeu uuusuaiiy large, consequently tne
m rket ia Hoodt d with very flue aud large
swot t aud insu poiatoes, aud they are soi
ling very cueap.
A J Carver's nog cholera medicine is high
ly reooui wended. No cure, no pay. Hog
raisers would do well 10 try it. Aid pack
ages are al this oflice lor sale, lelt here oy
Ai r. Carver, louej' relurued if no euro is
The LUlls rfatontJrtaCla Is one of the
best iuveutionsol Hie day! No lady WW
uses a sewing machine should be without it.
A live young man can make fuouey with
this paleuL 11 is bound to sell, if pushed.
'1 ne pay ieui il inn 1 1 . , -1 . 'j .
"ratley, was splendidly kept,
lig first-class.- Mr. FruJJcy
the labie bo
pi Ise for the ddulirabte luauuer ilU vfuich
Ise for the dduliraote uiauu
. Ir.inf l.le ti?lT
lie kept his hole.
- W l) aud tjree'a Wlllierspoon'sent r.s in.
is wiiek, a ooflQa stijlk that vyouid be an
ornament In tho coltou Belt. Jt hifl one
-udrtU and ten bolts, at is from suoh
- - - KaiuneructeisPU-k-iilu Tex is
stalks tuau a- vv v.v t
.....I 1 ,b unuilM
Euibry Frierson will receive to mor
3W aspleudid and conipletest.w-.kof Hani
iirgKJgiUgs. i'rices al 6, 7-ya, M ',, and l.i
L-uts oeryanl. L-tdtos, cull and see them,
1 : 1 1 . llii.l ixrriut Vint
and you will not fail to flud what you
Howard A- carpenter liave rented the
Monroe Frierson larm from Melville WU
linmii. at esh in Bijvauce. Tne Imrii,
which was br.llt by Col Ridley, Is one ot the
largest and finest in the Millie. '1 hey have
lsij muleiion the pastures. Jim Monfdue,
of Wayne, brought a drove of mules lor
Howard A Carpenter last Sunday, which lie
had tsinght for them.
Tuere is some talk of ex-Senator Henry
Cooper buying and iivlu upon a farm in
Maury county, in tlie ueiauborhood of
Sprin" Hill. Whether he do. s or not, there
Is a M rung proli ibi 1 ily ot his election to the
supreme lieiich ot tue Suite. Hois one ot
the purest men and ablest lawyers in the
slate, or elsewhere, as his course in tlie Sen
ate indicated, aud ne would adorn the posi
tion. ... , , ,
Tlie First Teun. Keg't will probably have
their first re-uniou on the Slh ol Oct., aniii
versay to the battle of PerrvvIUe, where so
mauy ol that gallant Regiment were killed,
and maimed lor life. Capt G W Campbell,
ol Maury ,aud CaptL B I rvlue.ol llsl'diu.aie
aniMitulevI 011 the committee of arrauae
nieiit;. Capt Joe Lee, the gallant com man
lier ol the Maury Greys, mould nssijiuble
Ins old company, and make some arrange-meutstoalteud'tiiere-uulon.
the above we see thai Major A. M. Loouey
has requested the compauy to meet In Co
lumbia Sept. ii. .,. , .
Y new iKist-ollice baa been established
t Sanders Store, 'Aid dlslilct, formerly
kuown os Cedrou. Es,i. J. A. Sanders, who
keeps the store, Is one' of llo pleverest ot
men, and a mau of vim, svnse and good hu
mor. He is not getting rich as f.eit, howev
er as his young brother. Dr. Wade W. San
ders of Texas, who has made a bi fortune
since he went out there. Shep. says Wash
is king of the whole conntry arouud him,
nnd ow ns a good portion of it. Wash was
lCe of the best soldiers lu Lainpbells o.d
compiny. prvan OU(J of t,,e pirPf.,or,.
ami Gc-oi-se ClnUress, S-crelary of tho Imck
River Vulley Riiiro-il.iu a suit now pend
ing in the 1 lrouit Court, stall In answer to
Questions asked by the eonnset, that the
Railr.Md had not met with a slng.e accident
since it comli.euueii rtjtijiins m April; that
there had not been a siug.e ta:Ure in ttie
trains, that the v had done with ease all the
business thai had been otl'ered, aud could do
a great dual more. That only one auunal
had lieeii kllhsl ou the road, and that was a
hog, that the road was now in 11 e order and
doing well. These are iin porta 11 1 tacts and
they were not eouiroverled or deuied by
auy wiluvsi e4.1uu.iueO, - -
Wo have been shown by Major Will
Polk, who is turning his attention to trot
ting stock with a view of making It a suc
cess on a grand and magnificent scale, a
beautiful lithograph of Administrator, an
honored son of the mighty Rysdyk's 11am
bletoniaii, the great trotting sire ot tlie age.
Administrator is one of the best hot-sea of
our day. He is a noble specimen of the trot
ter in his gallant perfectiou. lie is the
property of Col. George F. Stevens, of I'ough
keepsie, New York, a gentleman of elegant
taste, large means ami princely liberality.
Administrator holds his levees near Lex
ington, Kentucky, and we hope to see some
ot his progeny introduced into our sectieu.
They ai e good ones, aud bound to prove
Last Friday night a sqnad of disguised
men went into Duke's grocery, 011 Big Big-
bee Creek, 1.1th district, and six went Into
Uie bouse. Alex Duke, owner of tlie groce
ry, was not at home, bot his father was.
llie men told old man Duke Chat the groce
ry must close operations. The reasons
given were that it was a bad house that
ihey did not want to hurt him, or to injure
his property, bot the grocery was a serious
damage to the community, to t h while
and black, and it must be stopped. -Ve un
derstand that Duke intends to close out.
The same night, and inthesame neighbor
hood, Wiiey Smith, negro constable of l-lih
distr.ct, says a crowd of masked men came
to his house and tried to get in. He refused
admittance, and he says they "flaug eleven
balls" into his door.
Another veteran gone ! "BushroJ," the
noble war-horse ol Capt. T. J. Perry, of Bur
bvville. died last Monday, ol icUuuis, caused
by overwork going to camp-meeting. He
was eighteen years and a haif old, aud was
sent out through the lines in lH.;i to Capt.
Perry by Prof. J. H. Perry. Capt. Perry
named the noble horse lor Gen. Bushrod
Johnson, a gallant soldier. "Bushrod" was
in many hotly contested fights, and was
wounded several times. He was buried with
honors, and a monument will be erected to
"Who plays tbe laggard ? "
Sale of Jersey KfLL. Major Camp
bell Brown, of Spring 11111, has sold lo Dr.
J.J. Diliard, of Oalfisvil.e, Ala., tho Jersey
bull l'ercal. OJUOIb, by Pertluati, (713,) dam
Calliope, Uilti ) Mural Sun.
Avksiiikk Bull kuk Sale. Mr. W. S.
Campbell, 01 Franklin, Teiiu., otl'ersaD Ayr
shire bull for sale Those interested In milk
stock would do well to write to Mr. I amp
bell tor particulars. See his advertise men 1.
AMoNliST TH B NORTHKRN jKllnKVS
Messrs Campbell Brown and V. L. Kirk
man left a few days ago to look tnrouh tlie
tho best herds of Jerseys luthe 1101 111 lor
tue purpose of buying a few choice animals
to add to their herds; they also carry com
missions from one or more breeders in this
suction. Rural .S'l'a,
C-ipt. J. W. Stephenson says Miss Eva
Sowell made Z9 pins at I'r i rum's, it ih one
hand, something unheard of. Tho Capta.u
himself made 21W twice with one hand.
-'T. W.," a correspondent to the Colum
bia Herald and Mail, from Mareella Falls, ill
stieakiog 01 ihe German citizens of this
(Lawrence) county, says: "Every one seema
to be under the lmpresslou that they are
Catholics; but. they call themselves tue 'Ger
man Reformed Cuurch." There is no such
church In this county as tne German Re
formed Church. "T. V." Is mistaken. Our
German citizens are Catholics, and are true
and loyal to t he tenets of their religion.
ZiaiureHceburg free Prexx.
i'nere is nothing like bluegrass. It Is an
Indispeusible to stock-growing. Old Maury
Is equal in this respect to any part of the
known world, in addition, we have ttie
climate, aud location most admirably adap
ted to the successful development for sUssk
laifin.', as we are easy ot access to tlie best
markets. We have long b en convinced
ot these facts and thes- advantages, but
they are brought Iresh upon us by tiie recent
importation of near fifty head of thorough
bred trotting stock introduced into our
county by Vauleer and ViU l'olk. brought
from the stock farm of Mr. RolfeS. Sanders,
in E 1st Tennessee. Mr. Saunders seltcted
what was kuown ns one ot tlie very be.-t
stick farms iu that maguificent division of
t he state, being the celebrated Kauo place
seven miles east of Knox vllle, and he en
g.ii;ed largely in breeding fine b 00. led stock,
but a tew years' expel ience soon convinced
hi in oi his mistake, and like a man of giMi.i
sense, he sought to rectity it In the right
way and sent his stock lo this cou iiy and
we hope and expect tr see the enterprise,
prove a magnificent success. The stock em
brace Hie be.l blood known to the trotting
world, and nion the princely Ashwood es
tate, 1 1 the hands of the Messrs. Poik, we
shall be greatly disappointed it they do uot
come to tiie lr. nit. We hear but one expres
sion iu regard to them, aud that Is proiuse
hi its praise of their excellence aud merit,
.social Hitmbletoiiian, the head of the stud.
Is one of the very best trolling stallions 01
wliicii our country can boast. But all li.ese
tliingsgoto show tlie pie-emiueut excel
lence aud superiority of our countp lor suc
cessiul stock-raising. Maury moves the
column to ttie front.
Almoxt Gen. W. T. Withers, of Fair
I.iwii stock farm near Iexingtou, Ky.. lias
preseiiRil us with a handsome portrait 01
Ins famous trotting stallion, Almoin, The
picture rcprtserAs the horse ill motion and
bears a st rising resemblance to tiie original.
We had the pleasure a short time ago of in
spooling Almout, and as he Is a straujer in
appearance 10 luost olour Southern rc.nicis,
a d escription of him will not be amiss. He
is a bay stallion . about 1; or 1-V:!; lias a
clean, bony head, not so luige as neiiei illy
cuui'aeteriz :s Uie Mambrliio Chiet l.iini ;
lull, bright eyes beaming with intelligence
and bi nun ess. His neck is rather shin t for
Ilea uly, but is well placed on deep, muscu
lar shoulders, thai slope like a ihoiough
bied's. He has a short, strong back, well
11bberlbodycoupledclo.se to his quarters.
S'.auiliiu: dtrecliy behind limine re is noi.i
iug remai kab e in his appearanccucio.-s the
hips, but as your glance talis down to ins
stuels, ou at once catch tlie secret ol his
wonderlul speed. His stltels, gaskms aim
hocks are ti.e most powerful we have over
seen ou a horso of nis size. His ennnou
bones are snort, strong and clear us .1 thor
oughbred's. Add to this a good, aiuiab e
dis.-osit ion, and you have the pictu-.e ot A I
iuoui, himself a trotter, and oue of the
greatest sires of trotters that ever lived.
Nl'BIKU III 1,1. ITFJK9.
at Pope's commenced on Frtday. Rome five
or six touts, besides the pay teut, were occu
pied. Noluin of special uotc occurred uu
ttl Sunday. L p 10 tins lime the congrega
tions had uot been unusually larre, bu- at
mi early hour oil Suubalu mofuing, ihe
crowds came pouring In trom all dircciions.
Some 011 liorseuack, some ou foot, some In
w ugoi.s, and an immense number in car
riages and buggies. By eleven o'clock there
was a pei led jam, besides thone from the
immediate neighborhood. Columbia aud
Cuneoka were both spleudidiy represented
hy some ot their loveliest ladies, young aud
blushing maidens, gay and charming wid
ows, aud no less cuarmiug married ladies,
escorted by handsome beaux, either sweet
hearts, admirers, or husbands, and many ol
Uiose of both sexes, representatives ol no
ble old Methodist famines. Fraukiiu, too,
injured out her teeming hosts ot ga.laut
men aud beautiiul women. Spring Hill,
Tuompson Station and Carter's Creea were
all there. A very noticeable feature of the
occasion was tue great number of large
truuks, all loaded with rlcuest supplies ol
meats, cakes, pickles, sweet meals, light
bread, tic, which were brought out atier
the 11 o'ciock sermon, and as it was sprin ti
ling rain, tuey were spread on snow white
table ciolivs, uuaer lao spacious shelter,
which lor the lime pr. senu.il tLe appear- j
anceotan immense extemporised dining
room, wnere hundreds of huugry guests
were amply fed. The restaurant did u good
business lob, and if any one lelt that ground
huugry, it was their own fault. Before this
least ol good things was enjoyed, the 11
o'ciock sermon, by the venerable Dr. John
W.lianuer, was a perfect feast ol reason,
abounding in strong and overwhelming ar
gument, eu 101 ted by apt aod well-timed
illustrations, with a vein of eloquently
touching aud tender p.itnos runuiug all
through the discouise. It was worthy of
the man and ot the occasion, aud carr.ed us
back to the palmy days of this greatest
of southern puipit orators, wueu at our
Cauip-iueelings 01 old, luousands 01 delimit
ed hearts were electrified by nis matchless
eloquence. Uauner, Green, Pitts aud Mo
Feir.ii, were never excelled as camp-uieel-iug
preachers. J01111 W. Hauuer, Jr.,
preached ou Sunday evening, and aaln ou
Dloud&y at It o'b.ocii. His sermons are
tloweryaud beautiful;lellghtiiig his hear
ers.au u justly rauk him with the first minis
leis 01 the Tennessee Conference. At 8
o'clock oil Monday evening, considered the
most liiauspicuous hour for preaching, Dr.
J. M. Wright tided the pulpit, and delivered
a sermon en tue "I'lvinilv of Christ." wheh
for thorough research,' close investigation,
and exleusive learning, made simple autf
clear, was 1 arciy ever excelled. He Was lis
tened to with marked attention throughout,
especially by Hie ministers present, aud the
more thoughtful part of the ooiigregatiou,
and srVWe w'uo are not much given to liston-
, sae;" things. weretfpaii-DQuiiU by Uie
absorbing iuteieot ol una aole aud learned
Mrs. Judge McLemoro, Miss Annie Lou
McLemoie aud little Wharton, wre out
last Monday on a visit to relatives in this
V1Mrs.iAbernatby and Mr. John Wilkes, of
Cutieoka, were out at Camp-meeting.
Miss, Kennedy, a daughter ot Dr. Kenne
dy, ol Coihefsy lUi came oqt BD'J attended
O.iip-nieeting, with lmr fficuq, Hiss Ma
Miss Mary Padgett, one pf Columbia s
greatest beauties, was at Camp-mcetiDg.
Miss Heitje Thompson was at Camp-meeting
ou Sunday, tahe is a great favome with
the young men of this vicinity. A splendid
new buggy was purchtised lor her benefit,
and for tuts special casiou, but it failed to
reach here by the cars In time, and lv was
deprived, of the pleasure of claiming her
Mr. Henry Chealrs, of Franklin, wjth, the
bfunttful Miss M were out ou Sunday, in a
handsome brctt, and tnis.so soon after his
return to the eastern cities, looks rather
Miss Belle Porter, and her brother, Rich
ard, were the welcome guests of friends at
the f'amp-ground. Charlie was not there,
and liis pleasniit fane was njus-j,!. A Inch
elor's life is not au enviable one, and we ad
vise Charlie to look around and select one
ol the lair riaughteis of Williamson or Mau
ry, and give np his bachelor ways.
Major BrovMi and wife, aud their sons,
I urlus and Eweil, reached homefioin tneir
trip to Jowa and the northern lakes, on
Mrs. Wright, ihe amiable wife of Dr. J. M.
Wrijjht. has been dangerously sick receiillv;
so much so, that tlje, iloclpr could not leave
her to attend Camp-meeting until Monday.
Miss Ijiura Brown ;has returned to Nash
ville with her little danghter, Nora, to put
her under the care of Dr. Edwards.
Col. M. T. Clieairs bas been suft'erlnst late
ly, more tuau usual with phthisic. This was
tne oMise of his falling to attend Camp
nieettiiji the first time he has ever missed
aitenduis since the Camp pninud was es
tablished. Many, whi oBm atieailAd
Camp-meotiug at pope's, ami whose famil
iar laces are now missing, have crossed over
tiie river, and have entered upon their re
ward. This reilectlou, together witn ths
silfaee of bereaved widowhood, of one.
w bo, wUen there last, was; supported by the
manly arm or her noLie nusoanu, out now,
like a w.lliered leaf, she is pining away
castsva shadow of gloom npon many hearts 1 joy mem more durarble thn the hollow
and canses us to thank God, that there is a wreath ol fame that lives in history, or deeds
time coming wueu husbands and wives, lusoribed on brazen pillars, or marble uiou-iiaic-utsand
children, will meet to pait no umenu that pierce the silent sky.
iU'Jte. I Ouo mshWUilugUitJ revival at New ilop
MT. PLEASAKT ITEMS.
In the name of all the devils In the Her
Ai.noilice, and two or three in this place,
why did the type-setter make us say broils
for braids, and deloils for details. In our last
Items? We know that Frank's lattb in
heaven iu weakened, that such chbrogra
phers as ourself are permitted to live, and
we also know that his mental condition
from the farfnl labors incurred by spelling
out the details of our artlcls Is almost min
ed. He must take into consideration thu.
our 6tyle of chlrography is on the Napoleon
ic order, a little Frenchy, bnt ery plain
when understood. If you do not quifsucu
conduct as those" In the future Frank, we
will have to stand you on your knowledge
box, and finally send you on" to that laud.
winch is brighter than day, where angels
"set it up" for the impoverished, or irea
J lunches are a blissful eternity. "
1 . vf u..n.nul u St.jlnrii n. mpmo, wwlnnl
of ttiis place, was recently married to Miss
Williams, of Arkansas. She is said toboa
great beauty and belle of that State. We
congratulate our taaudsoinn friend on his
good luc, and wish him, as he glides gent
ly down the stream of life, ail the happi
ness this world can liestow.
Mr. John Cooper loft Monday to attend
school at the University of Knoxviiie, East
Tennessee. We hope John, who always has
the sunshine of thought playing about his
intellectual countenance, may climb high
ou the hill of science, and at last, pluck the
flowers, taste the fruits, and possess the
wealth of a literary elyseum.
"The sons of Relief' otherwise known ss
the black burying society, with a band ofj
music, moved the column in rough our
stieets to a picnic, given on Blgby last Sat.
urday. We learn 1 his has a very large or
ganization at Cross Bridges. Its extensive
meiubeisuip aud great populariry ts owing
to the fact, thai tne inestimable blessing ot
a Sunday inneral with a band of music Is
secured to every member at the cost of the
society. Every member of the socl. tv
pledge themselves to die as near the end of
the week as possible, in oruer to save the
expenses, incidental to pickling and pro
serving. The gorgeousness of the uniforms
filled the common minds with awe, and
seated horses into couvnlslons. The C0111
mnnder, of this society alone, was an object
ol wonder. Done up in a uniform tout
would make a Brigadier, in the U. H. army,
uteofenvy. Ou his cocoanut-bead was a
military hat, surmounted with white
piumes for which at least two dozeu chick
en wicks died the death. Then, came the
uuilunu, mude like the star-spaugied ban
ner, ol red, white and bine, witli brass
iringe and emoroidery. Why, the one
gra i.e vlue. worked up his back wou.d var-
I nish dog-iious tor half a dozen families! If
this procession were to march the stree s of
Jeru-aiem, they would make Jerusalem
hide its diminished head. We think these
jolly black-tars, in blue galiataskies and
lia.nl leaf hats fit lor tropical fighting,
should move to Turkey, where they could
gobble up Russians by the brigade In the
Mrs. Henry Pointer, her brilliant and
handsome little boy, aud Mr. John Brown,
who have beeu visiting their relatives, Mr.
John Grauberr.v's fain tty, returned to their
home, near Spring Hi 1, on Monday last.
Mr. t). C. en left 011 Monday for New
York, to purchase goods for his new s ore,
which he will open lu Columbia sometime
Mr. James Montague, of Wayne County,
passed here on Sunuay with a tine drove of
mules, purchased in Wayne aud Hardin
Counties, lOr himself and Air. Ed. Carpen
ter. i he Photograph Novelty and Lottery, run
by Mr. Steele, which has been In successful
operation in this pnice lor two weeks, mov
ed to Columbia a few days since. The
"boys" that bucked at the concern were
stupped ol their greenskins, and the most
of them look as dry as a last year's yellow
haiutuer's nest. As a niouey-uiaking ma
chine tuis lottery is a perfect success. Gone
1 1 111 our gaze, is this Photographic Novelty,
wnere teu cent pieces chased a half dollar
through the realms of discordaut sou -ids.
Mouey, man and photographs, like Othel
lo's occupation, gone, ail gouo. Good-bye,
Mrs. Amelia Cecil and her two interesting
children, of Hickman couuly, aie visiting
irieiids aud relations in this viciui y.
The charming black-eed Miss S illie C,
wuose engaging manners and amiable ols
poniou makes Ineuds wherever she goes,
nas returned ironi Lebanon, Ky., very much
unproved iu health.
Mr. J. W, Howard has gone to St, Louis to
puicliase mules for puriies iu tins country,
lie expects lo ne absent ulKiut lour wtseks.
some excelleul catcuts of black trout
have been lu Blgby, iu the last lew days.
1 ol. George Couuer caught eight in a very
shoit time, luugiug from one 10 iwo pounds,
and we have nearu ol oluer strings captured
01 large aud splendid trout. We thluk ihis
a hopeful sigu that w ith doing away wim
nets and HMps, this noble fisu will agaiu
make this beauiilul stream their home, as
it was years ago.
We are deiiihted to learn tliat our hand
some lrieud, Ii. C. Frierson, of Nashville,
who has beeu very in with lover tor several
weens, Is improving; and we siuccrely hope
that Riclumt will soon bo himseii agtiu.
C. A. S., 01 .Napier s Furnace, whose wri
tings are brimtui of chaiacter aud wit, dlu
ed wi.'h the luiiniiUc and eloquent poet.
-'Roaming Vuxporus," a lew day s since. Il
is very previous now these tilings come
around, 111 the place of coffee aud pistols.
We nave a stovepipe oi champagne a.id ap
ple dumplings lor iwo. W e want to be a
secou'i ai the next meeting.
Oue ot tue youngest men iu the county,
pahl our low u a visit uot long since vir.
Scott Majes. Although his liad is white
Ins face is iu its teens. Au hour's con vet sa'
1 lion with tins geutieman is more poteut
I than atl tne drugs discovered to soolhu irri
i table nerves, caused by the loss of sleep
ami ntriiui: wnu uie moon
I Alter leading some rhj me mnttor, sent
! from tiii.s place to a Columbia paper, not
1 long since, we think what a good luea ii
woulu be lor some of our poets to take a
furlough from poetry, and go to shoveling
ci.al betore the winter sets in. Hurry up,
boys, we saw a pig shaking a shuck tne
Joe Ingram, r ol., was seriously hurt while
lilting al v i-ler 011 tiie premises of Mr. .1. G.
lugraiu, ou luesday last. Tue lever w hich
he haJ hold ot slipped, striking htm ou ihe
utck, cutting a leriible wouud, about three
lucues iou. 11 was luougui ai nisi luat he
was killed, out hopes are entertained now
01 his r covery. Joe lias beeu a iatlhlul ser
vant living with his former master, Mr.
J. G. Ingram, since tue war. He was always
natd working, honest aud polite.
Mr. W. B. S.iarber, who has been going to
school w.1 Lebauou, is at home, but is talking
ul atteudiug medical lectures at some good
school. He is au excellent young man, of
b: is lil promise and marked talent.
RALLY II I l-l. 11K3IS.
During the weeks of protracted silence, we
have noied Willi pleasure, li e old reliable
Herald filled with interesting items trom
her excellent correspondents, Lasea, W 11
liamspoit, Isom's store, Cuneoka, Carup
be.Ts Sialiou, luls, the bachelor beau ol
Rock Spring, and olners of her occasional
glued c .'Utriuulors. At rare Intervals (they
shou.d b shorter) the wandering Vuxporus
would, told ins poalic pinions, aud light iu,
while weekly and bi-monthly Uie pa tt lur
ch lai vetei'au, oi HfcHALb oorre-poudents,
at Spring Hill, entertains In his chaste,
newsy aud happy style; and our intellectual
and g 11 tea menu, the poetic w ailer, ihe au
thor of those beuutilui and toucniug lines
to one of Ml, Pltusaul's queemy beauties,
tnose sad palheuo gems of thougnt thai
welled up ironi the depths protound of
the heart's deep unsullied springs, and
might well rival the lament of TassO, Italy's
lmpiisoned poet, lu thai passionate and eio
queut appeal to the beauiitui Leouara, the
mgu ooiu uauguier 01 rerraia s princely
house. No wonder Walter sparkles aud
biiius over with brilliancy and numor, sur
rounded and inspired by ladies made fa
mous by his pen, whose loveliness and
grace would rival ttie dark-eyed Houris,
w ho make up tue Mussulman s dream ot
pai ad ise, while the able bodied and hand
some 1 tattler, 01 happy Andy Johnson mem
ories, seems 10 have withdrawn, annost eu
tueii from Hie sLae. His irleud, the cyni
cal aud wnly old J ug, has ceased to ride his
humorous cuarger Sam, and has cotne right
over the liver, aud walked back flat-too ied
into Uie Kerala's newsy columns, tutet
nnd peacefully the itemizers have rested
lioiu the woidy combat, aud amoD 4 tue
pencil tiimmers ail is peaceful aud serene
from the wide spread barrens and translu
cent w a ers of BulTaio, lo the Fiut Creek ce
dars ou tiie cast.
News items are not plentiful, but work Is,
and tlie farmers are engaged busily lu turn
lug under stubble. Around Spring Hill, the
best wheat growing region iu the couoty, nt
least where it is perhaps the most' scientifi
cally Cultivated, nearly all the stubble has
been turned under. Around Franklin, in
Williamson, uioie stubble has beeu turned
under tiian ever belore kuown for the time
ot year, aud the wheat crop will be larger
111 ucrtage and belV-r PiRlu than ever. With
im proved drills, t he larye wheat raiders Diere
generally finished lufuuig stubble uuder
The coru crop Is spotted, and will be light,
compared t 1 the crop of the last two years.
Tuo much raiu in June prevented the prop
er cultivation. The average will be at least
0 he-third lower than last year, aud less
planted. The cotton crop is the best for
several years, aud with a favorable fall
toe crop here will be very fine, and it ought
ull to be marketed nt Colom-lpa. and would
be, If it wc-ro not ior the impasjiaoillty Of ttie
road. Wo need a. good pike to' Columbia.
There will be no more pikes bnllf by pri
vate subscription. Maury county ought to
build up a systo.il of pikes, centering ou Co
lumbia. Thev, by facilitating tho transpor
tation ol p.-oduco aud Jai!ft fa.'.ilit:,
would build up a rKPei'bU'' county and
people, and" also buiid up A lifige and pros
perous city" ill our midst. Dependent oh tlie
agiicuilurkl tegion around fur support as It
is now, some of ihe fitie-it upcHons h Maury
are cut ou from Columbia by the want ol
pikes, f.s tuc Uirt kmUs are uluont, lma.
bio In wiuter for ihe u:s6oi loaded wagons.
FaileiiiLg hogs will be more plentiful than
lost year, 11 they ne not cut oil" witn the
cholera, as the disease is in the adjoining
lielhborh. oils. Ttie cholera is at present
hilling many fine bolster Mr. Evan Jones,
on the river. They are so large he says it
makes a mule hump to pud them ontot the
lot. Mr. Jones Is well known as sn excel
lent hou raiser, having fattened more heavy
average lots of hogs than auy man la Mid
There has been a deep rel'niousawakening
ill lite surrounding commnuliies, resulting
in nnineroits and large additions to the va
rious churches Methodist, Christian, and
l umberlaiid Presbyterian. Splendid revi
vals have been had at Mt. Caruiel, in Wil
liamson, New Hope, or Hurt's cross Roads,
Maury, and Caney Springs and CaveSpriua,
in Marshall. Mauy converts have been ad
ded to tbe Christian Churches of Old and
New Lasea, especially the latter, where they
have bad the meat sucpevstul revival for
years. The various and interminable differ
ences of reformed religious faith, and petty
division of proteslauism, should be no
stum tiling block to .the uorepeotaut. They
are ti-.e sigu-boords that poiuiioa common
highway, for wlieu tbe years of axe have
chilled and shown r.ow vain was the early
hopes of perfect happiness, nnd fancied bliss
hits proved but dead sea apples iu our grasp,
wit'i In'e-s iiots overturned aDd broken,
disappointed love And ruined hopes. Willi
amoiUou's suu setting behind a clouded,
troubled sky, religion alone rises as the one
brtght spot like the green oasis, in life's 6a
i.aiian sands, or like the light bouse on
some high promontory, Pits op itself to
guiue the heiieeintj across Tiiqe's wide and
t tacKiess wast 01 waiers 10 a uaveu or en
some grown -np-cuas, or perhaps pome half-
grown meddlesome bovs. about two n um
bers bM big for their breeches, put rocksnn
oer mr. joiin Hargrove s sauuie. jonn
weighs something over two hundred
pounds, and when he settled lu the saddle
on the rocks, his horse got right np in the
air, and waved bis tail around like a bunch
of chawed rope, and kicked every way for
Sunday. John crawled over bis bead and
jarred thiugs heavy wheu he got down, feel
ing under bis saddle after that was
1:ed, on the third of August, at his resi
lience, 11; niarsiiaii, or cholera morbus, Mr.
James Moore, aged about seventy years. Mr,
Moore emigrated from North Carolina thir
ty years ago, and lias-, since that time, lived
on Fiat Creek, with 110 superior as a neigh
bor ol great kindness of heart and unflinch
ing integrity, aud probity of character; he
vns loved and respected by all. In the full
ness of his years, be died universally regret
ted by all who knew him. His wile aud
children have sntlered an irreparable loss,
and the community loses one of her most
nseful members, and the county one of ber
purest and best citizens.
On the lGth of August, at the residence of
Esq. ElistjaScolt, Ly the Rev. Robert Hag
gard, Squire Joliu Luun, the bachelor mer
chant oi Corlett's Cross Roads, to Miss Sal lie
Scoit, both of the 9th district, Marshall. May
tho Squire and bis lovely bride, in their
Journey down life's peacelul way, never
have their happiness barred by limitation,
or replevlned sorrow cloud an unclouded
future and mark with lines of care the uu
suilitd pages ol life's docket book.
Squire Eiisha Scott and family bave all
been sick, the Squire seriously; be is now
Tlie Hon. R. A. Glenn, having been quite
sick, has beeu recuperating at Smith's
Springs. The curat ive powers of the waters
nre excellent. Trout are large aud plentif ul
iu South Harper. The accommodations nre
limited and medium In the way of board.
The SquirCs health has been considerably
Mrs. Beltio Fleming, of Corinth, Miss.,
wife of Mr. Bob F.emiug, the present Mayor
of that growing city, w ith her handsome
children, is now up 011 a visit to her pa
rents, 'Situ ire R. A. Glenn and wile.
Miss Vic Bradberry, of Corinth, a tall and
queenly lady, handsome, intellectual, and
lefined, accompanied Mrs. Fleming on her
visit, to tho proiound satistaetion of the
young geutleiueu around Oak Hill, and Cer
tain young gallants iu Williamson.
M essrs. George Harmon, Wm. Hardison,
N.C. Orr, and Jakey shires, have returned
fro 11 Beaver Dam Springs, after a mouth's
absence. Tney look bleached and Improved
In personnel, but none of them fattened ud
so their o d breeches would not fit them ou
Mr. John A. Glenn, of Chapel Hill, Mar
shall, and bis excellent and popular wife,
(nee Miss Moilie Ezell) came down to at
tend tne meeting at New Hope, and to see
bis sister, Mrs. Fleming.
Miss Aoua Alexander, the handsome
blonde daughter of our popular SherifT", Is
assisting Prof. T. H. Mills in teaching at tbe
lasea academy. She has brought back de
light to her pupils, pleasant smiles on tne
laces of numerous youug gentlemen, as well
as some young Marshall aud Maury wid
owers. THEY FKLL FROM Gil ACE.
During the revival at New Hope one night
on their return home, two young men, re
cent converts, got into a luss, aud one of
t'lera assaulleu the oilier oue witn his fist.
The at tacked party said be did not want
any fuss, but w lien thrown on the defen
sive, he gently took his opponents Adam's
apple between his finger aud thumb, and
squeezed out bis toiiKiie about six iuches.
011 a promise 01 110 more fighting, Jim re
leased his grip, when the opponent attached
him with a rock, sweariug he intended to
ki.l hlin. It Uiok talk nix nit leaving hearts,
lights, and livers, stamped out on the pike,
to quiet the bellicose young man. Judge
Moody wouid have calmed lilin down If Ma
jor Moore had caught him; but he shook the
uusi 01 111s sanuais, ana nas lit out lor pas
I'.inriiCLI. .STATION ITEttS.
Five men came through this place on the
1th mst., hunting J. W. R -duics, who at
tempted Ui murder his wife that morning
in Cainplielisviiie. It seems that ho and
bis wife did not live agreeably together.
Reddick was j.Mlons of h:s wile. Thev had
a b.g q jarrel ihe night before; be told her
then that lie intended 10 kill her. Next
morning she was standing iu the door wilh
a suu-botitiet on, when her husband shot
er through the head from behind. She is
still living, but liable to die at any lime.
They had beeu married about tight mom lis.
Sue was a widow witli five or six children
at the time of marriage.
We forgot lo noi ice last week the death
of Miss Jennie Bradshaw, a deaf mute, who
died at tt.e residence of her brother, W.G.
Bradshaw, also a deaf mute, 011 the 7th oi
August, she was about Si years of age.
John N. Hohbs, i f Cmleoka, has bought
tho Winn placa near the o.d Cheatham
Fletcher Cheatham Is moving to Giles
Couuty, near Campbellsvilie. Wo regret
very much to lose iinii, as he is oue of our
most thorough going farmers.
Aiarton Taylor, who went to Texas several
mom lis ago, baa bougi.t laud in tni-'IiOne
sun Slate." 1 1 Mamm will now emigrate to
the slate of mairiuiony, be will be settled
tor 1 1 te.
Mr. Allen Tomlinson and his son. Merrit,
will sUrt to lexas iu u short time to visil
friends and relii-ives, ami to seetnecouulry.
Some of the colored lolks sell their char
ac.er !f they have auy very cheap. Si
mon Veecher and wile, and another colored
man, sold out a tew days ago lor oue ham ol
meal. AU three ot tiieiu were concerned in
tiie stealing. The meat whs sto en from W.
O. Fleming. They were arrested and placed
111 jail. Madamo Veecher leaves six or eight
chi.uren for her pisir old mother to take
caieot. Jerry Weils, col., from this com
munity, is now serving a term iu the State
pi is.ui, lor stealing a bushel ol corn. Tnore
is 11 good deal oi complaint lu thu vicinity
about iiitie tilings oeiug stolen in Uie eat
able line. Thegrealesi thieving seems to
be aiming tne hen roo-ts.
Air. Baruett weul to Lj lsburg last Satur
day. His son, who lives iu that place, came
home with him iu the evening, lu auout
five minutes a. tL-r fliey had hitched there,
nis son's horse Commenced pulling back,
the bi Idle btoke, the animal fell over back
wards, striking her head against a rock,
killing her instantly.
Frauk aud Janus Kennedy, two brothers,
are quite sick with something like fever,
Mr. Oi r has beeu Ihri-iign tuis communi
ty, bu lag hogs tor some parties In Bedford
County. He pajs lour cents gross. They
will be taken 10 the auove uauie couuty 10
befalieued. Thus. Whl els about the onl
tanner lu ttils I'eighboihood, that has not
uad cholera among Ins hogs; aud the
only way that he can account lor this, is,
that he don't allow his uogs to stay but a
lew weeks at a lime in one place.
Mr. William McKee, who was located
about ten years ago, in this place, working
lor tue telegraph company, is now working
tor Jack luuiau, ou A, W. McDonald '
Mr. jotin tarns, wito went to Texas a
uumoer of yeais ago, is now out ou a visit.
He Is now al ins grand-sou's, John Farris,
near this place,
Mrs. T. A. white, from Bigbyvllle, Is In
the viliags, visiting her IriemU aud rela
tions. Kork NirJnff,
To the Edilov of the Herald and Mail :
As I have sulHc.eutly recovered from
teulhlug. 1 will iry auu give you a lew ileius
troiu mis place. Miss Pony said I was ex-
cusuoie wuiie I was teeiniLg. I suppose
I iu nol no, aa I ve recoveieu. Sue said it
waaouiy "wiwiuiu leetu, however, aud we
presume we may toun lur some surewd say
ing wueu ue recovers. can 1 say it has
biiKhleued my intellect, but it has greatly
lucieased my Capacity lor chewing, iioni
tue auiouui 01 peacucs 1 manageu 10 masu-
cale last Sunday al n. At. Jones'. She says
we "deuy buiug joiued to our idol, but ac-
kuowieuge being enamored oi her." We
never iiuim any nuuli ackuo vledgements fo
tue reaueis oi ine 11. aua M.; it must nave
been 111 a tele a-tete. I'm really surprised
at i-er making it so public as to ucauovkl
euge 11 Uirouau lue ilraid.
Tho croquet paity given by the beautiful,
accomplished, and uea l-siuashing Alias Jeu
nie May Davis lasl Saturday evening, was
a giauu succucs. iuerewas a lare crowd
present, and all seemed to enjoy lucuiselves
very much. Ttieiewasamu.cn game be
tween the nanusoiue una laicultd W. 1.
Sowoii Mai.iy s beauty 011 oue side, and
your rcporu-i- and Hie beauty oi Bear Creek
on Uie other. Tuo game resulted in Mr.
Sowell bculing us one sliuao. Ail buu-
or la due Ins p.vitner l.ir ihe,r s lycess, for
sue iscerlaiuiy oue ol the ust luujers we
ever saw, '-ihe ladies piopust) lo change
part ner. &'id p ay another match game next
week. W fiat do you say, Mr. Sowell; if you
will conseul to piuy, 1 luiuk we'll interest,
A protracted meeting will commenco at
Rock Spring next Saturday. Mr. Ussery
has procured the services ol tho Rev. Mr.
Wallace, ol Columbia, during tlie meeting.
A meeting will commence at Ant loch at the
same tame.- We regret very meeh that both,
will bs in progress at the same time, as we
wouid like to attend both. There will also
be a protracted meeting at Zion Church
over in Lick Skill ti. We'll have three
meetings within three miles of each o')ier,
We nre bavins flu ni-iitirlauce of sickness,
Whqoping coi.'i "no iucusli are prevalout,
Mrs. Joues., a lady of seventy, who has rais
ed a large tamily, all of whom havo had ttie
whisuplu oougii; but site escaped 'i,
tins trouolesyiuO "'"Case lu i.er old age.
US. rJau"l w ile ol ouresteomed friend, W 11
11am Davis, has tho whooping cough.
Jtft allien bqrrlt.
Rev. (J. T. Thorn pson has closed his reviv
al at McCain's aud at Neeley's school-house,
resulting in thirty-live conversions, and
tweuty-seven addit 1011s to the church.
Next Sabbath, Rev. G. 'f. Thompson
w.Il preach an anniversary sermon, and
everybody is invited, especially the lrlends
01 t he church.
The old Methndisi Church at Bigbyvllle,
has been torn down, and the p-istor of Mc
Cain's (Murch lias kindly tendered his
church to Bro. W Intteu, dining the former's
absence at Presby terry, w hich will lie held
at McCain's Chuich, l'eiry County, the 4th
Sunday iu September. Bro. Whilten will
therefore conimeuca a protracted meeting
at McCain's on Saturday tiefore the 4th Sun
day iu September Sep;. 22nd. Bro. Thomp
son regrets hia inability to be present at
Bro. Whitieu's meeting.
CI rc-uU Court.
Circuit Conrt now In session Is moving on
Rlowiv. Since our last issue tlie time of the
court has been occupied with tlie trial of
two cases Ihe lust of which is the case of
Dr. Cochran vs. Narrow Gauge Railroad Co.,
lor damage to his larm, in making the rail
road through it. Case was given to tbe )ury
last evening. The circuit is a slow court,
and keeDS a ktrertt many persons, witnesses
and litigants, away from work that wouid
be mncli more profitable to the county, and
to the parties themselves in the long run.
Home of our citizens havo b?en canvassing
this community to see who ihe people want
aas candidate for Sheriff. They import very
si mug preference for Mt j. Thos. Crcsby. aud
would like to see Ilia name announced as a
Letter from l.rnlbn rf.
To the IkHlor 0 the Herald and Ma.il: .
Inasmuch as you have no regular corrol
spondeut at this place, "I will drop you a
few Hues to lot yon know that we are al
well and doing well, and hope they may
find you enjoying the same blessing."
My principal object in writing is to tell
you that your recent notice of two of our
good citizens, "who visited your city or
one of them at least" was accompanied by
bis wife, has "raised Cain" in their respec
tive families, and au acknowledgment from
you that you were mistaken, and that they
went it alone Is the only thing that will
Bet matters to rights and restore peace and
harmony to the parties. I ask this correc
tion, simply from the fact, that the better
halves ol ooth your visitors are quite zeal
ous 01 their natuisome riusomus.
Last Monday was a week ago. iieiuir tbe
first Monday in the month, there was a
large crowd in town, and s usual, about SO
dollars was assessed by Judge Marshall.
against the d liferent parties who tailed to
stand square uuder the reason ble amount of
tue "over joyful, - an ot wnicti has lenueo to
make our fat "City Treasurer" and the "Big
Our wnett merchants having partially
snspeuaed buying on account of low prices,
bave been superseded by our dry-goods
merchams and grocery nien, who are sehTug
at bottom figures, from a paper of plus to a
hogshead ot sugar.
Among our personal Items we will note
the return of Miss Doliie West, one of the
prettiest and most accomplished young la
dies In our midst, who has lor a short time
been on a visit to relatives aud irieuds iu
James Date, who, for sometime, has been
representing Crone Co. lieie. In the dry
goods line, is threatening to "pull tip
slakes" and returu lo Columbia, "Jim" Is
au allable aud pleasant gentleman, and
while we regret to loose hlni, we heartily
congratulate your city upon tut acquisition
of an additional first class citizen.
Mr. L. Marks is also threatening to re
move his stock of dry -goods from this place,
but has not yet determined wnere be will
remove them to.
W e understand that ono of vour citizens
(Mr. Rosenthal) intends coming to Lewls
buig to engage iu business al au early date;
and if this is so, scud him along immediate
ly, as we are always ready and willing to re
ceive and encourage good ptople, wno are
disposed to come lo our city.
Biyihe P., a sprightly und Interesting
Child ol Capt T. 1-'. Lewis, died September
Hud, and was Intel red ai Rock Creek Churcu
on the 3rd.
Au tnieie-Ung revival Is now going on at
the Christian Chuicn, unuer the leadership
of Rev. Mr. Larlmore, a very powerful and
intellectual divine irom Alabama.
To the Editor of the Herald and Mall:
As our Hebalu pencil has beeu idle for
several weeks, we again take It up to give
you a lew items. We bave no items of any
Kieat interest 10 present to you, "but such
as we have glvo we thee."
The prospect for a magnificent crop of cot
ton is very good. We have heard several
larmers say that they w ill make more cot
ton this Fall than they have made for sev
eral years, provided It opens. -Corn will not
be as good as it was lue last two or three
Very near all of the farmers bave yot their
stubbie aud clover land turned over, pre
paring it for wheat this Fail. There will be
more wheat sown this Fall than tuere has
beeu for several years past.
Capt. J. A. Irvine is superintending tbe
road that Is being made tnrough Ironi the
Robert's Bend to the Santa Fe pike, at Dr.
CuuulLgham's. He m ikes a good oveiseer,
and he lias made a maguilicenl load whore
he has beeu. The road ;viil bi completed
this week, und will, wheu completed, be
one of the best dirt roads iu the county, aud
it win be a great convenience to the peopls
In tue Bend. Joe is a team anywhere you
Rev. W. II. Wallace, of Columbia, with
the assistance ot Revs. W. T. Cssery, S. C.
Evans and others, is carrying on a protract
ed meeting ut the Baptist Church. Wuite
au interest Is being teit by ttie people tor
tiie meeting. It will be protracted indefin
itely. One of Mr. JcClure's little boys got his
arm biokeu last week at sch.00, by turning
summersaults. Little boys, you should be
more carelul and nol undersiake such dar
Tlie measles have leeu nearly a'l the go
for the last two or three mouths. There has
been from one to nine cases In ueany every
family living on Do well's Branch, a trlbuta
ly ol Knob creek. They broke out iu one
of our schoo.s, causing it to stop; but as
many cases us there have been, uoue of
tiieiu proved to ne bad. Some parents
will eveu go so tat as to avail themselves ot
every oppoi tunny that they can, in the
way of taking their clnldien where tlie
measles are. Part of their children may
take tnem, and if the others do not tal e
them from tne chance that they have had,
they will take their children somewhere
e.se to catch them. Tney say lhat Hie
measles goes so light wilh them, that they
waul their children to have them now, lor
fear they will take them sometime when
they are heavy.
iu your last Issue, we noticed that Mr.
Thoo. L'.pscouib was announced as a candi
date lor vircuit Court 1 lerk. We don't
know of a more clever sentlenian, and one
that would n.l the oltice auy be.ter than
Air. Lipacomh. If any one runs a better
race man he will, they will have to get up
Tlie Rev. Mr. BaUey will preach at West
Point, on next Sunday, the ltfth Inst., at 11
o'clock, a. ni.
Our "show boys" are looking forward to
the Iftilh lust., as ttiey expect to show at the
Park, in your cily, ou the night of the 2ilh
aud 27tii. The silver Hencou Baud will
play lor tiieiu. Tueb .ysare very to. id In
their pel ;oniiai,ce, aud can entertain a
Mr. John Richardson, Esq., and family,
from injur Culieuka, are visiting luell
friends aud relatives ou Knob Creek.
1 he sanla i-e pike, will not, as we learn,
be built iLis Fail. Mr. Bub Hughes ow us a
ten acre field somewhere near Snow Creek
thiough which, Mr. Timmous, the contract
or, wants the pike to run. Mr. Tiiuiuous
sayB that Mr. Hughes wauls too much dam
age, aud lhat Le could not allord 10 build
lue plae auil pay damage loi ; neither cou.d
he go arouud the field. Will the people let
tuis be in ihe way ? canuot the obstacle be !
reiuuved, and telitie pise be built ? itd es 1
seem like thai there cou.d be something
done, aud let the pike be built.
Mr. iiarve IJariin is to repair the bridge
across Kuub Creek, near Bi istow.
i-roui what we cau hour whispertd
arouud, several persous living in Hie v lcln
lty of Knob creek, (or part ot them at least,)
have laKeti the pinions ol love, and have
sailed lar out into tue fasciuutiug Held of
fancy and ideality, aud will soon lauuca
out upou the broad bosom ot tbe Itymenlal
sea, tearless ot tne tempestuous billows lhat
ollen rol.s lu wreck tne ships that sail over
Its waters. We will not mention their
names, neither will we cougtatuiale them
beiuie they set bans, 1 vitabHuFFEW.
To the Editor of the Herald and Mail:
Married, Wednesday evening, Sept, 5th,
at ti.e ies. deuce ot tue bride's in! ber, Mr.
Stephen Pol ler, by the Rev. J. A. orniau,
Mr. A. E. Men ecu and Miss Amelia O. Por
t r. Ai.eudauls: Mr. Rors A .exauder aud
Miss Nettie Embry; Mr. J. B. iale und Muej
Anna Adkins; Mi. w 1:11s Jones aud Miss
Julia Gir; Dr. J. Spencer Um and Miss
Carrie A.tiuuutr. Tue bride ws beautiful
ly anu tasicimlj dressed iu pure while uai
atuu, iriiumed wtiu orunge flowers, wliu a
wrealU otjesi-amiue upon her head, from
Which tell giaceiully a long bridal veil,
slightly snieidiug her blusmuf. features,
und giving them that de.lcale und lovely
lint becoming to a bride. The groom was
dresseu in a naudsome suit of biuca white
vest wlth'gluves and Ue to match. And
as they siood belore the hi menial ailar,
taking the soiemu vows that linked Ibem
together so long as ;they both do live, we
thought we never saw a handsomer couple
a couple better suned to each other. Tue
atleuuuuis were ail elegauily dressed and
looked well. The supper was such as only
a good house wile cou.d Lave prepared, aud
would have satisfied ttie most, epicurlau
taste. Ou the following evening, Mr. Joe
rosier gave tne newly married pair an ele
gant hop at nis lesldcuco. Tue light lautas
Uc was tripped until a late hour, and ail
lelt, wishlug lual they may glide smoothly
dowu the "oirenu ol lime," ever lingering
ou the suuuy side oi liie, aud nut see a sin
gle cloud without Some radian I gem npon
Capu James Foster and his Interesting
fainny, who have been ou a visit tor some
time 111 this commuuity, le;t for their homo
in Mawn, Geoigia, last falurday, much to
tuo relict ol then many ineuds.
Mr. Walter Joues lelt last week for Mis
souri, lo aiteud college. He will probably
remain until he completes his couise.
Capt. Sims Latui and his two lovely
daughters came out to atieud the Cyi'ip.
uteeiing at Pope's Chapel.
Mr. Willis Jones was suij to be the hand
somest man at fhe weddhig last week.
ITad I the time, I would like to give yuu
a detailed account of oir d,;i(loutiuu, but a
short sketch must suffice lur the present.
Vuuj- pcrlpips, were disappointed on last
nnnoay iy mo lanure
1 1 . . v wm. v.. ... , ,v i v 1 r
lhat may be, aud wbutjver n- y tK. oitr loss
by Uis sickness, Lb- people 01 this church
and vlcUAli." wlU ever rtinain in blissful
"".oiatice of It. We are too well pleased
with our dear blind brother It vine to feel
any disapi-ointment. Tlie dedication ser
mon was prem-lied by Bro. Irvine at 11
o'clock on, Sunday. The newchnrc i, which
was pronounced by strangers to be the most
beautiful country chuicn in the county,
was crowded and jammed with the young
and gay, the old and steady, while many
bundieds of ODtorttiuate persons were una
ble to get in. Those who tliirik they know
soy there were twelve hundred personson
tbe ground, and that all hid plenty toeat
aud enough lelt to feed ns many more. At
thisdediuiiioii Cunibei lamts, liapllsis, Se
ceders,all furnished a bountiful sliure, and
now, two days later, God is blessing all of
them with a glorious revival, wnieli bids
fair to be ttie means of convening their
children and IrieiMls. All the people of eve
ry denomination will long remember Bin.
Irvine, and Ihe prayers of a grateful people
will follow him. Befoio tlie dedicjtiou the
church had to be paid out ol debt. The
debtaniouiiteil to oue huudr-d and seventy
five dollars. Bro. Irvine asked tiie people to
make up the amount by subscription,
which tuey did very promptly. The fol
lowing gentlemen of your town have placed
tbe memhera of Hensley's Chapel uuder
lasting obligations by giving to the church:
J.H. Fosseil, SltjonjW. J. Wbltlhorno.SoO);
A. N. Akiu, jJu; V.O. Wlluerspoou, So 00;
Woodson B. Davis, S'iIKj; W. A. Alexander,
lo on; A. S, Horsiey, ?i UU; W. K. Gamble, one
keg mills; Billy Cuatllu, nails; Ed Barkley,
door-Iocs,; D. B. Alexander, S.(jj. Bro. Ir
vine leaves ns to-morrow, but, wo expict
our highly prized Bro. W, G. Ileus'ey to
fill his place. W. II.
South America and Southern United States.
Owlus to their warm ami delightful cll
mateo, their Inhabitants grw sallow from
torpid Livers, InJigestion and ail diseases
arising iro n a disordered Stomach and
Bowels. Thev should of course at all times
keep the liveracUvo, and to our readers we
would recommend Tablet's Vegetable Liver
powder. Taken in time, will often save
money and ruucU suueriug. Price OU oeuu.
It rains! oh! It rains! It rained nearly
every da v last week, much to the discom
fort of the larmers wbo are In Ihe midst of
the fodder saving season. Large quantities
of fodder was damaged or ruiued by the
rain. Good deal of hay rotted In tbe fields,
anu stilt it rains, if it continues 10 rain
tniough this week, the fodder and bay
crop will be almost an entire failure lu
The protracted meeting commenced at
tie M. E Church last Saturday. Revs. Mr.
White, Irvine and Gardner are conducting
the meet log. The Presiding Elder, Rev.
Mr. Moody, and llro. Cherry, are expected
to come in next Tuesday. There was auite
a crowd out on Sunday; several visitors
trom a distance wero present. Some of our
fair ones were absent at the Camp-meeting.
Matt, was looking lonely. Parsons P. CM.
and it. were over, and she looked In ber
u st smiles. Had Eve, meeting of course.
W suggest some stouter seats at the
church. There was a bench smashing at
tiie 1.1. E. Church during the morning ser
vice, alarming and diverting those sitting
near, annost amounting 10 a case of dis
turiung public worship. So 'mauy heavy
young men ought not 10 impose ou one
The scuools are all moving on quietly in
tbe midst of their laliora. Upper Suow
Creek ba two flue schools and excellent
M r. Joe Cowley paid his home and friends
a flying visit Suuday. Her papa was not at
Mr. F. M. bas gone to Rutherford to see
Mr. Cannon, the excellent Circuit court
clerk, of Liwreuce county, Is iu the village
visiting relatives. His molher-ln-law. Mis.
S illle True, is lo go home Willi him on bis
return, to visit her daughter aud grand
children. Messrs. C bnrch A Satterfield's new store
house is being framed here, preparatory to
carrying up to the River Station to put. up.
We predict that all the pieces will uot fit up
as correctly as Solomon a Temple did. There
was not the souud 01 a hammer beard upon
One of tbe Upper Know Croek teachers is
anxious to know how much lODger before
Mr. G. W. C M s. new house will lie finish
ed. You'll only have to wait about two
Dr. J. T. Johnson is getting np bis wagons
and harness, preparatory to emigrating to
r loriua soon, ne has promiseo ns an a bar
ret of oranges, when he gats set up in tbe
Y'ou cannot easily Imagine our disap
pointment at the failure ot the welcome
Herald and Mail, to roach us according
to lis accustomed visits. Mauy bave beeu
the conjectures and suggestions to the rea
sons; some aay the editor is sick; that that
"big dinner" aud "something belter" bas
made him sick..
Tue health of the vicinity Is fine for this
season 01 ine year.
House on Galloway street formerly oc
cupied by 11. H. El in Is ton as a school house.
cau be used as a residence or- scuool bouse.
tor terms apply to W.J. Embry.
An iniTielise s!. k of Zenhvr. two and
Xolr told, l liljj and Hr' , t-enls au ounce, at
the t-HI11K.SI 1 kajie 1 -alack. septli
Spectacles lint r and cheaper than eve:
Try our Aruudlu Tinted Glasses,
septli lm. J. H. James & Bon.
New neck scarfs aud stialls al M. Ruttle's.
We do repairing cheaper than ever, and
will guarantee allot our work. fill and le
convinced. J. U.JAMES A SON
M. Ruttle Is ottering a full " stock of dms
goods at less than cost for 1- all weal-. f7if,
Watches as low as $S, Clocks down to
all warranted, at J. H. James A Son.
One thousand men and 1x13-8 to buy their
Clothing troiu us ut prices that w ill please
an. t.iniKV a; i-kikkwin
Cheapest Knives, Forks, Spoons, Casters,
Etc., iu Columbia, can lie lound at the casl
liou-e of J. II, James A Sou. septl i 1 111
A word to my creditors. Vou must come
forward and pay nie, or your account will
be put out for collection. M. Ruttle,
Remember M. Ruttle will sell you your
rail Millinery cheaper Hum anyone, si p. II
Wanted at Once.
2 miu yards In me mnde White Llnsey, for
which we will pay the highest market
price. lmiikv J KIEHSo.N
Forthe Ingest, ami best select Ion of men's,
Uoys'and ladles' saddles, call at
S7lf. J P Si ItKET
The Inchest nn.rket price, paid in new
Jewelry, for Gold and Silver, at J. H. James
it Sou. septli lm.
The time tried and fire tested Elaine Oil
sold by Josh ti. H iiley, is the best as well as
thesaiest burulag liuid overused. It will
uot explode. - aug.lil-lf,
New clothing ut
the SotTiiERN Trade
All kinds of harness, saild Ies and hrld Ins
made or l'epaiied promptly by si. Ixnlger
W li He, ut J P sritEET A Co s
Entirely new stock of fall shoes at the
Soutiiekn Tkaok Palace.
"Beautiful Saow," with nil Its purity and
whiteness does uol equal Elaine Oil, sold by
Josh G. Bailey. aug. 31-11.
Ijice Scarfs, Q) .j yards long, at WI cents, at
the SOUTHERN lUAIiF. I ALACK,
For the best Grain Drill made call at
S7U. J P STREET A Co'S.
Call and see tbe Schultler wagon for sale
by J P Street A Co,
Costume Cloth, In all the new shades, at
the SourilkUN 1K APK 1 ALACK.
New FaT poods received dally at the
W bite House, No. .ill public square. au.
The Kentucky Drill is the ouly Drill that
win work in siaikor irasny nun. mnu uy
S7lf. J P STREET A CO.
Ho, for Texas!
Duck for wagon sheets and packing
truuks, at thu southern Tuale Palace.
A Deeiintr Horse Power for sale cheap.
Apply to J N Alexander or
b7ti. J P Stkeet A Co.
Lino pieces Hamburg Edging" Just receiv
ed ut ineSoiiTHEKN 'in a lis: Balace.
The nights, for the past week, have been
bright and twautilul, but they seem dark
and dreary Indeed, when Compared to the
light made lrom Elaine Oil sold by Josh G.
BaUey. aug. 81-tf.
Webnvejust received a large stock of
dress goods, entirely new designs and
fringes to match, ut the toUTfJERN TBAbE
Who has smoked a "Lost Bet" cigar, for
five cen is, at Josh G. Bailey 's, and did not
get Uie woilhol his money. au. 3l-tf.
AVouderiul reduction in Dress
M. 11 ultie's.
Ladles, now is your time to purchase an
elegant fall hat or bonnet, at prices that
Would astonish you, at M. Ruttle's. sept7tf
New Fall Goods just arrived at M. Rut
If'Lost Bets." at five ccd Is, are not worth
the mouey, tbeu Josh G. Bailey has been
misiulormeu. iryouo. aug. at-vi,
Wc can find whole famllien who will
vouch lor the"IiOst Bel" ctttf, at five cents,
al Josh G. Bahey aug. 31-ti.
iu;. rcel ved .iU) pair dark prints at 6 cts.
per yard at tlie White House. A.ii.
If the Sheriff tries to arrest you as a va
grant, rush lor a "Lost Bet" ciirar, Ut Josli G.
liasley's, and treat hlivi- J', iiua a soot Hug
clfucl. Try R,
aug. 31, U-.
AU parties Indebted, to us
ami settle, "
w .1 please call
street a o.
Cnl. Cooper and l'olk Hllilard are running
a liinlsell C.over Hmler and warrant It U
get more s.-i d Irom a given quantity of hay
than rtDy combined machine.
S7ti. J P Street 4 Co,
I jirrja lot of Blenched and Brown Domes
tics to lie sold from 5 cunts a yard upwards,
at the W hilo House. AJi
All parties indebted to us will please call
anil settle, we uecu money.
S7H. J P Street & Co.
The largest stock of saddles iu the rlly at
71. J 1' STREET IK CO.
All Binds of leather work made or repair
ed by St. Ledger W bite, at
S7ti. J P STREET A CO.
We need money, aud parlies owing ns will
pleaso call and settle. J f STREET A Co.
If von want a uood hand-made shoe for
ladles and children, w It li paten I back and
stay, call al the While House. Atii
If You Want
First-class Parlor, Chamber, Dining Room,
Hail or oilioe Furniture, Spring Curled,
Hair, Cotton, Ooflon Top, or Shuck Mat
tresses, al .'ow prices, call to see or corres
pond witu Weakley & Warren, Noa. H and
1.1 iMortii College, Street, Nashville, Teuues.
A thoror.ghbn d Jersey Cow and bull enlf.
Apply at this office. aug. itt-tf.
New Goods received we-kly dnrlng the
entire Heason, anu soiu at casri prices, at M
J. Bryant's. attgii-tl
ew Ktyle Night Lamp for sale for 85 da.
.11. j. liry uul s. augiS-U
A ctood French Woven Corset for 50 cen la
at the White Home. A 11.
Rea Island Domestic at U'J cents per yard,
at tuo White House, All.
Fresh lot of Japan, O iloinr, Souchong,
Gunpowder, Imperial and llreakiasl Teas
direct from Importers, cheap at the grocery
house of L. W. G.lMtiLK.
The Hui'keyo has virtu. -s whlcii lie In the
bitter pi inciple called K-culin, which have
been utilized for Hie cine of Hemorrhoids,
or Pili",. If sintering with that disease use
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment, ouly 3U
cents a bottle.
Jeans, Jeans, Jeii'iS, of nl I grade!
thau ever.al the While House, 110.
lie square, H. Clone, Proprietor.
, choi per
A.'il. On mooting a friend Hie first lu'ttiirv is al
ways regarding his he ilt li. Vli? Because
health Is ot tne first consult rat ous ; yet
uiaiiv will sit iu a cold, damp theatre, re
gardless of weak lungs and li.irliliu cough.
Disc inl some ot t tie t pi 11 111 era I pie. .sun s of
the day, such as ttieatie-goiii-, cinar s-nok-lug,
Ac., and lnv.sl your snia 1 cuango 111
Someintllg that Will lie a lasting la-iicdl.
For inslauci), 1 oti-eus' Compound Honey i.f
Tur costs only ho cents, aud wi I cure your
lourfii. Cold, aud all diseases of the throat
A throng of sulfercrs with roughs ntnl
colds, annually go sout n to enjoy the elho
reul mildness of the laud 01 llow eis. To
them we wouid say the in cessiiy 01 1 hat ex
pensive trip is obviated by l otiipouud
rloneyofTar, whlcii speedily vanquishes
the coughs and colds luciiletii ti this rigor
ous clhuft For puti'lc speakers it surpiisNoH
Ihe Demosthenic regimen .it "pebbles and
sea shore;" clearing the throat uiiiii the
voice rings wi ; h tne silvery c i.l.'tico ! a
bell. Use I '0111 pound Honey 01 Tar. Price
50 cents a Imi t e
ran mi i ! '.
We are author ii" I to an '.ion i ice t ,e niniiu
of Mr. W. D. DAVIS, Hsu caniidale torsner.
Ill', at the ensuing August eii ctnui.
We are Hiitl'orize I to announce I 'n; iiiimo
of Mr. HENRY JOIINSkN, as 11 1 1 Ml mute
for bhwrill, ut the ensuing A tigu.-l t lection.
foil nncviT co cut ri.i-.h'K.
We authorized to tiuni.it 11 ce TH l .'K LIPS.
COM H for circuit Com l Clerk al l lie next
foil CULTS li' CUVKT CI.hliK.
We are authorized t in inm 11 -e A. N.
AKIN lor County t out I Cltrii ul the ensu
lug August elecl iou.
full IHIS I r.::.
We are authori.isl n uiiuouiice W. T, EI).
W ARDS, as a caii'ildate lur unity 1 1 asteu
atthe ensuing Aujusl elec.lon.
We are aul horiz-d to :m:i.iu:iec 1 1. M. V.
KlNZEit lor Trustee a. Hie ensuing August
full It Hi IS If 11.
We are authorized to niitiouii.'i! J11IIV
CA RR lor He plater al the cusuiu,; August
James S. Hasting vs. Aug'.islus W. Hustings.
l'ursu:int lo a il.iciec of tin Worshipful
County lour, ol Maury c nii.i.v, 1
render, it at its epleinb r tei in. is
aiKive sly li d c iuso, I w 1 I sell 1 1,1
aud best bidder, a' the court tm.i...
the town ol I'ol 11 in lil 11, on .Mnnda
day ! Oclolier, ls77, tin- lo owing
tl acts ol la lei. sit 11 a. id III I lie illi 1
1, III tho
I V 1 1 IM-
tnct of Maury co n. ty. and iHiuuded as fol
lows, town: Tr act No. 1 Iteginnln ul a
stake oil P. Fitzgera'd's noil.. Iioumbiry
line; thence north w it li ol lur linen 1 1 J pops
lo a smal I lieech 011 the county line, ironi
vhioh south i! degrees 1 -as! at l 1 nks Is it
poplar marked ns a pol im-i ; lli.'i soul ii SS
degrees wi'h t lie comity lm- '. pol. s to i
.lost wo I and gum. Job n S il lei tiel 1'., 1,01th
wesl cornel ; t h.-iiee w 11 11 liis line south i'j
degrees, w.-st 1 i! poles to 11 IiH'iIiiiv, .l.iua
Sa.terfield's soui n-wesi corner anu I'. I 'li.
geralu's ni'itli Isiliii.l.'ir.v; thence with said
due to the h.-g. lining, e.nitultiln f 'J i acres
Hint l'.l m is. 'l'raci No. lit 1, nig al i
slake, Reuben Owen's noli lie.. -I ciinm,
I hence sou lu 1'iH poles to au l 1 1 , R.-uheu
Owen's south-. ;anl corner, 1 n.l Ai.1l.11 Mr.
Meen's noiili iHiuiniary line; thei e j wi s: Jl
poles to a beech; tlienc" not Hi III l frees,
west 11 poles lo a lile.kor.v; tin nee 101th 1
degree, west )' t poles lo a slake, Kenta ii
Owen's lit'l th fi'.uiniary Hue; I hein-e east
poles lo the Ix-ginning, eoiiiaitiln-; '.'7 if re-,
tie the s.iine more or less. Tract No. U
boiinded oil tbe ens! by tne laiius ot M . S.
1 noiiipsori; on Hit soui h tiy Hoi Ihu.Is of K.
Hall tinny; 011 the west by .1. M . 1 1.1 u ley and
others, and on Itio noilh l.y ti.e Ian Is of
G11 1 low uy and ol hers, cunt m 11 in l. -unci .., 1,0
tliesaine more or less. Tiael N... 1-1'.. -ginning
at or near a pin oak supll'ig, 111 Ai. S.
Tiiompson's line; Hit lice west PI 1 poll ) a
stake, E. ia I low. .y's noitli lmuii.li.ry line:
Ihence north S-'i poles to M. s. '1 Imiiii pson's
comer; t hence east l:!f'.. m,hs Id a mck,
Martin Fltzierald's s-tiili h.uiti.iury line
. hence soul 11 I V j poles to a bunch of w il
ows. Pleasant I-11 zg rain's sotiln wim mii
llei ; thence sotlHi-t ast VI poles 10 a box el
der and ush, Filz.'.erald's ciiruei; fneiicn
south Vt poles to the I.iv'liinlni.., coiitii.tiiiiw:
!H-j4 iicies, ti-the same more or i. s-.. S.ti.i
lauds will bo so. d upon a en illt ol one, Iiih
and I lileu years, except t lie sum ol liny dol
lars in cash 011 day of si e t'i j ay costs.
N'ole with xpprovid pel sic. 11 1 -etc nl M ,
bearing inferesi ironi iln.v of n -, will b" i
quiri d ot Hie pure iasei or pi 11 elm 11 s. Kin I
.leu letaineil 111.011 said lam! t to siciito tin,
payment of t he purcnase nion.-y
Si-jit. 11, ls77. A.N. Ah
.I N, C. tr
John Gjlliam vs. Ituvlilson: Joiusetal.
I'nrsiiatit to a deciei) of ti n v.
1, 11. ,-.ef
County Court of Muin y couiiiy, 1 ,
rentleieiJ al Ks tst pieiuiier, is. ., 1 win pro
ceed to sell to t ho hlttlu ft Slid lie-l lililder,
at tbe com l-house do ir lii t tie town of Ci-
liimliia, 011 .Von iay, Hie 1 j! 11 .1 iv 01 1 i.-i i .I 1 ,
IS77, the loilow inu di -eriii ;.! Ir.e l ol litml.
situated lu civil dislin t No. a .Mi.niy
couuly, Teniiesec, aud Isiumleil :ifoilowv:
On Ihe norlh by Hid waters ol I lin k liner;
east and sout it by Hie lun.ls ol 1. 1.1:1 lon.-;
oil the west by Hie IhiiiIs ol Salne pavls,
coutainiug one hundred und loily-ioui
acres, be 1 he same more or less, s.tt.l l. iiul
will besold free from uie iigtit luul equity
ol redemption, ou a credit 1,1 one and two
years, except 1110 sum 01111 niieni. i uoiinis
10 pay costs and attorney's lee.-. Noirs
bearing luUiresl irom dale of sale, wliu np
nroved security , will bo required ot I lie. 1.1.1-
cha er, aud lieu retutned to secuie II. n pay.
men l ol the purciiane mouey.
Sept. 1 1, 1S..7. A. N. AK1-.N, C. A C
, C. Watson it al., vs. J. II. Pink- Ion .t ni.
Pursuant lo a decree of t lm Worshipful
Couuly Co-ii t ol Maury county, leiiiieKr.ee,
reii.loie.t at its S.pleiiilr teiiu. In;;, 1,, ih
above styled cause, 1 win piooei ti id sell l.i
111 higtiest anu oesi ni.iuur, h. 1110 ciuiri,.
bouse door Hi tiie town 01 oluinliia, nn
Mouday, the l-il h day of Oetolair, ls7.', tlie
i.ii,u-lL.i desci lliod ti uct ol land, siluitle,!
In civil disiricl No. 4 01 Maury couuly, i. u-
Lessea, aud tionnueu as 10. lows; tin tim
norili hi' the Haddox larm and Hie lauds of
Turner Plukstou; 011 tbe 1 usi l.y the lands
of J S. Watson and W. 1- 11. l.eiilon; on 1 m,
south by the ludiUol Betsy l'nris:i and Ed
inond tooper; ou the wi si by the Jituds of
Brown Howlell, Jatiies ..usiie nun .lolni
All. 11, coutali'.iiig two lm 11.1 red aim Iweiny-
slx acres, be the same more or less. s.tnJ
lanu will te soui ou cn-1111 01 nn. :.ni. iv,
ems. 1 xci nt tbe sum nl one litiinireit nol-
rs lu cash 10 pay sUt anil iiltoriiev 's fees.
Notes liearing iiilen sl In. in dale ol i.ule,
with goisl petsoniil sicunly, wi.l l,e re-
lOlred of Ihe ptlicliaser, lilnl lien ieUniu U
lo secure t he pay m.-nt 01 I tie pin '..nan- mon
ey. Sale inte from tne rini .ni
1 eilem il Ion.
Sept. 11, 177.
A. i. AKIN,
-Da'!' f Li till h'.ioli
Persons In town will s;. inotn y fy call
ing at t he "Lit I le Iloiisi, Aionmi the Cer
ner," where i-ver Hiiet4 net ii. ii lur Hie I t
lile can lie I nil c 1 11 a per t ban 1 N. wlni.-. and
those from I hi; country do Hie s;i i,i.-, tin.) 11'
so barter tin Ir produce or reccve cash irom
us for anythliig they wish lo sell. No.
21 Garden Street. n-pt1 1-ly.
Taken up by If. I', o-ikh y, District o. j,
one iiioii-.e colored inure mill '. II liaims
high, H or 7 yenrs oid, with a small uc ir on
t he right siiio of her In ad ntnl v 1 1 a 1 I', Ily
tlullais. J. T. Tl'i'K l-.R,
(Sept. 112 IlillCiT.
Taken up by I'eU r May Lei ry, lu-Hlel No.
l'l, one brown bay hoi-se-ruiile, supposi d t
lie about three years old and ai out 1 1 bauds
high,lio marks, and valued a' lori v-tive d 1.
iar J. 1. It KKI1,
Septemla-r 11 2w. lutngei.
Market Price for Grain!
WM. SIIACKLETT CO.,
June lj, li77.-iiiu.
C- uc M.