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TOWM AND COUNTY.
Friday Morning, September 23, 1877.
.1.7 c.(7s mi aentlrntrn In run for office, are
u l"i i linriiirnlx, nut mutt be accumpanicd. by the
cr--i, 10 inure iitucrtion,
J..1U A fKt, PAllllll AOVAKCE.
Tlie Herald lor one Dollar n Year II
Clubs of five J 1,50 per year.
I .ubsot iciiorover.Sl.OOper ycnr.
The money uiusl attu.' accompany clubs.
, 6:47, A. M.
b:i0, y. m.
D. R. V. R- R. SCHEDULE .
Train ' 1 Haves 6:2? f. M.
No. 3 " 'J.MA.M.
Train No.2arrivis . 6;:1A' M'
" No. 4 " ....... 4:301. J.
Nos. 1 and 2 will ru:i daily, except Sun
day. .No. 3 and 4 will run Tuesday, 1 hurst-
d.v and Saturday. ' 1 wmeouunik wim
Lanis from Nasu ville and Moutgomey; No.
2 will connect with trains lo Nash v die and
Tlmt old reliable house. Embry A Frier
fui, re tloing oil tliey can to waiton their
c is oiiiers iio e.re llockius lu every day to
he... and buy their niHguillceut slock of
KiKMt;. Jut i lorn Hie Eat.
Major John X. Williamson is a candl-
dty Iwr :iayir He ha served as Alder
man, and is KioroJhly acquainted with
a.l iu Jnieipal bus ness. He is an able law
ver, u man oi rduriiuv; Khs1 sense. UDlllncti
ius courage and Kiiuug con vicious, it
e.ecled ho will make a most excellent May
er, John Tyler, not the cx-President nor his
soil, n, but he dial Is so long and tavora
li.y Uiiowj as a first c:ass merchant Taiior,
h i- received his Fa.l and Wiuter stock ol
cloUts and cioliiing. if he cannot lit you
l. p Willi a ready nuule suit, he can make
one up that will please the iiiot laslldious.
Mr ilicui-id Ktnc, ot Mason's hepot,
Vei leim, died jat week. He married In
t hisco-imy belorelhe war, a dauuler ot Coi
jl.iliell Cuiupbtrll, a leailing ciuzll lu his
nay, Mr Kiui; was a good man, highly es-te.-med
. every bisly,
Ihe Kev J li ISolton, Freslding Elder of
H iwiiniaii District; Kev It U Joues, of Sa
VHiiuaii station, and other ministers on
tlu ir w v to i onlereuc'3, will be at tne Mrta
otiistiiureli next Sunday evening, and join
in Hie ter vices. The l.oru'9 Hupier will be
M'luu.dslered, Tins will bo the ,ar.t servtue
ciidiieud lu the cliurcu the present Couler
j .Mac Cu bier, one of the best mill wrlghts
in I lie .-slate, is HeiiL for the Turbine Water
Wueel tiie ni water wn eel ever inveul
ed. Call on him, or write to hliu, or send
to SttKit, .Mills it .-sample, Dayton, Olno.
.) D J ames Ji .-son have leceiveil the lorg
e-d and iuH bea.ut.ilul al.irk oi jeweny ever
broaulit to CXmi.ubia, uud t.ie beauty ol It
1-, Unit illsxery cbesp, and lnui n o;iow
Iiimoi.i prices tiive tuein a can before go
iiii oil to iaiy.
,V lioseiilual t Uro., have received their
Fad uud Winter slock of gooils. Their
wjiu esaie depal Imeat is lileially jammed
Willi K""ds. Tneir luiillo is to p ease their
cii.siomeis. Tins th.-y do by selling giwxl ar
1 H-Ies cueap. Cnuii:!)' iiierchau Ls ciiu d. no
I..-1U i tliao by cailiug on them belore going
Jul lti-r noii b.
I'.-ol 1 C Clutsain. i'iauo Tuier and Ke
iriirer, odors hias. rvices to all who noed
ine.u. H'J is also a leaciior of voc il music,
ami nun a l.irg-i ciass in the Cumb riauu
i .itiicii. He comes highly recommended as
a mil class teacher, and hew HI get up sev
eral tarue c a-sst-s. He Is g ating up a class
lu In.! Ai..l.iodist Sunday Scuool. He Is a
uood man. Mini well iil iillled.
Mr John Ltiu isa caudldate lor re
elt:.li)!i lo tin layorady. He has in ido a
ciki 1 oili :i r, and is a selt-made man, hav
ing woraetl his way up li-oiu policoiiinn V
1Hjlvor. JleNaiuau ot uiiliriuj; energy,
' ' tv atchlulness in tlie discnaige of ins
U.-i ion; experience luaKes mill
t tiorii::-,li y
"e.iialnivd with the duties ol
tir.i.uiiiH i v ld..lU-cJE,
- il v. K. ; I rv ine will preach the funeral
l urs. Minnie McM-.tjii, daugiiler of Mr.
iinii .on. i i-.irus W. Irvine, ou Ihe .11 Suu
ll.l HI I ).-toler at CbapiH.-11'M v IiUlfll.
,iev..i. A. uni'.au will jreiie!i his last
M-iii'o-. next Sunday morning, and
i...e it. i; Irvine will nrol.aoly breach in
tne M. K. J'uiinl at niglii, alter wuicu
jad's mi.iiv ill lie administered.
-!, a ions revival has been going
t!i! eea ul t'tiMppeil's. About U.leen j.io-u-si
.n. llev.s J t liii-e, it P Kmummii uud
Ji i ; 1 1 vine nave beeu itoiug tho preaching.
- iv v S it Milchell preaeiit-d in the JVes-
l..le:.-in nitrcli here last .-suiulay m irnlllg
uun uiii-.l i d' iiiuruli.;; sermon,
i.iitn." iri i roiiouuced bv Hob
ti ino b. si lie ever preaoned.
A -reat revival ol religion ls going on at
SisliM-ri-v's I liuivu. Kevs W 4 Heus.ey,
,i..ii ) Hi .i l n u , .VI c S iveeuey. 11 U 1-1 uu.
i ; .i.ei ts. M r .v h;le, d Jr Johuson,
j r. ti-liers iu all, me t uee. Joe A I says
i in ; are having a great s-.iccesji, and that
J,r rleilsley is a splendid preacher.
it-v Mara Erwin, on the JleuryviJlo
Slid Newbury Mission, has received seven
leen ooiiars sioce Pis i tlcfiber, aud now
wal as im r Ii is circuit, having sold his horse
in oid.-r lo pav deb:s m-iessHi ily coulracied
wlnle iueai.il. ng. He has to walk about 20
miles onee or twice every ew, no tau i.
i i n ry, wliiie ou ihatCucuit, handsome and
atuae. ive n he is.
i be proiracted meeting of three weeks,
in I ne i;. I'. Ciiuieu. uas cIommI, resulting lu
ano n Unity pioie.ssious.aud tweuly-two ac-
s-.lolls to 111
church. It was a good meei-
aud we.l at tended by Christians ol the
liC-reut churches.' All seemed to be at
lM'ine, ai.d hot II was gooil to be there.
oUiii lerly mej-ilhg was held utChappell S
C'.iuii-h, neui Duck iiiver Station, last Sat
urday aud Sunday, by the J'resiulng Uder.
Kev K. P- Kuisoin, wno preacued
i-aiurday night, Sunday and Muuday
... .in. i ,ve 1- east was held Sunday moru-
tua hi !l t'oloca, and that aud the preaching,
,,.r,.;iiei mid Lord's Supper lasted until
avbuut 2 o'clock.
If you want a ii."lk of whisky!
waul a quart " w "! -.au
ua.ilon ol w.i;sK.y: a tui rmiuya,
iV.,ii A Co s. "liood Society." it is strictiy
i.uro aud uuadulU.aU)d. ivepl by at djsai-
i ,-.ll ( I'rlruiis of Tf nipcrsnrf.
Ta. c uiitv oiiveutiou of United Frieuds
and uo..J j'empiar.1 will couveue si Cave
Hdi on i bo llrst i nursday Ui Oct. Brethren
UK uuu nonce lueieof, aud govern your
aeives uccoriUugiy. J-.el us have a large
turuout, llios. J.teiliArroN, CD.
Three small tracts c( land, coutKlnlug
hju nei. each, will! coiufoi table lmprove
l ieius, a. id good water. Laud equal to any
lu uu-i-oiiiiuy. i'rice moderate aud terms
as . ror pai lieulars, address to 1. ii. Boud,
ISJIllUg ill. I, llltltl,
sep 1, 7 -41.
jintirf ;rej ur u tlnstdn.
A '. ol iiies j old companies met In Co
hinib' i b:t Sal urdiiy, according to lha ie
qiiest ot Col A .M iyMiiiey. il was agreed U)
c.iii another iiiceling lor to-uioirov, hatui
tiay, in ii'e Circuit Court looui. Lt every
iiieinoer be present.
M iTV'ttxetu; nig of suits to order from the
most leeeii importation of cloths and cassi-lili-l
es; li ae -:u! l.lll:, liledl lllll clot III ug, lOW
.ri. d i loiliiii; b-p,t hand-made Iroots and
Mini ..; tine uu:., uiul'iollas, and rublnr gixal.
Autaiun uoveilnis lu men's lurnishlng
goods. blllli iU i'. H.t W. H. W'JLhlAMS.
The iNipPi'. in the following v-tise have
la en i'iismiJ, tr lost by Iho lawyers lu the
,- tses i'hey jneiise hunt up and return
tiie nie l Hr.-i i llce at ouce. Work has
been stopped ill I hvse rases because the pa
pers cannot bo louudt Jno. T. Bulor.1 and
oibeis vs. H. A. ihiich, el al,; Jt. l HaiTis.
Administiator, vs. C. C. Harris, at. al.; U-I .
I! i - l.nd. i-stood that parties holding sea
non 1 i. ke's will be admitted to thu liw use
ol kh.1. r Mini Hie giouitds. but will not be
js-rii; .ne.) w 11 hiu the enclosure of the Star
Cue. is --a u bout additional t-hurgn. The
cneiis siu:.i 11 ol perlorm without pay. It is
an ext 1 a, and the j.roj.rlelois ot the Park
lio) Llio owuei s ol aeuiMi t icket will uu
ilels'.and and sppieelale Ihu tiluaUon.
Silver Helicon 11-iud.
n in- IVmd, Ihe best In thos iuih, returued
home .Mor.dav uioruiiig. They eleatisl a
ieat s.'lisalloii at Nashville, being pro
uoui'ceil 1 lie iiiosl sieiidid looking conia
uv. and il"' lini-st lisn.i, ever K.-.i or heard
in NasUvilio. The blind went over lo a re
union ol t he 1 H h Tennessee Kemnieni, to
,,;Hy lor them, ililsiiauit ls Ihejuide otCo
iumbht. I'oisociina: LewlsUMrif.
On Tii.'S'luv of last wc'k Ihree young la-ilie-,
Mi-ses Wood, s.veu miles from Lewis
Ihii l:. while sullei ing from chills, took an
v rdi.s -ol 11101 phiiio, through mistake, re-f-ulluig
in iheirdenth. The physlclau had
leit the iiiordiine through mistake, thtuk
iug it s .,.11111110. Two ol the girls were
arou-n, slid the otincert alsail teu. Gl
co-ai.-o tuev uever awoke; the youngest died
the s-mne ii'av, and the olliers the next day.
Jleinj- wm1, 1 iderliker, ssys the srene
was U-.e most l.baj-l-reudlug he ever witness
sl. i'ue tnrt-esisters were all buried lu the
aamegiave. What a tern be lesson to phy
sicl ins. di iigilsU and olhets who adailnls
Net ro JHnn Slabbed.
A wek or two since, a negro, Jordan Rid
ley, si-.isl huse beioiiKlng to Aar. J0I111C.
ICievi" . at Geo. W . r urgerson ssiiop, at Sow
fli'a Lower Aliih Jla "qnlcked" one ol the
liorses' feet, and Mf. Joe Rieves, father of
John I '., I.roiigl.t lUe horso buck to the shop
and ii-.d t'ie nail diawu. Hs and Jordan
"ot Into a dk-pute, wbleii resullud In blows.
J"ast Saturday Joan C. liievea slopped at the
Kinip 011 ins way iiomu from town,
lmd a few v.oids lu dispute wild tho negro,
Ji r 1Mb Kidey, and slabbed him lathe
reck veiu and swailow. Dr. K. T. Loug was
ealled iu and prououueed Jordan in a dan
ero'uscfiuditiou. At presentee ls improv
E.1 but suli not out ol danger. John Rieves
leit the neighborhood auuU:iy, laitlua bis
. Handsome Charley Horn cama out yester.
CnitT"FIeVi a prominent lawyer ofJ
Lcwishurg, 1 In iow.
Mr. w. HiMi unburn, or Aiarshau county.
was in town lust Monday.
Col. N. N. Cox, a talented lawyerof Frank
lin, was In town last Friday.
Heth Warfleld and Alex Titcomh went to
Centrevil.e last wick, to see their sweet
hearts Capt. White. Frlersrm. a leading com mi,
slon me.rchuutof New Orleans, was lu town
Captain Jeroboam Hautboy Andrews put
Ills foot firmly down ou his uativeheath
Rev. W.J. Frierson, of Alarshail county,
stopped here ou liU way lioui Presbytery
at spring Hill.
Pior. s. D. Harmon, a meauii youug
teacher, of I'stiipbelb-ville, Giles county, was
In town Friday.
Miss Emma Green, a handsome yon mi la
dy of Carter's Creek, has been visiting rela
tion In town. , . '
Mrs .vl.C. Rabbins has returned to her
home In Mobile, alter a long visit to her fa-
lliur a fumilv here.
xi. Mew, ir.nimi!i and Mr K-im Williams, i
two prominent citizens of Hick man, are at-
tending ourFalr. -
Major Alarion Childress and wife have ,
been in the couuty visiting Col. Wade aud
other relations. ' .
Hou.JLOrr, of Marshall, one of the
ablest and truest young men in t lie Suite, Is j
atundlija me r uir. .... . ,. . I
Mls Ella liiown, an intellveut, stylish
Messis. Ewln and Kerclieval. tlio ab'e
and talented editors oi nii .hiitnui itamun,
and pretty kii i oi iu- " Mr. Ttn-i. W . 1 urpiiv, one oi
was In town on Monuiiy. I izens, recently putdottu a sple
Eon. James V. Ewiiu, an old and Uglily .,,, in tl0,.. Ui nis nome.
esteemed cuizen ol Marshall, vlMled his, T,1B MMiliodist runday-s-
wero In ojniii'iia last r,,tl,1,u V . , cattle aud s.k all i he week, the gules be
.1 V Mmicn. ot 1'OTinjrHViile; J T Street, of ,., mih! wvrrJ nl.-ki-m of i.li
Cliapel 11. 11; J J Moore, ot frier.-ourji, were (
1-,1 (ii-Hire. l-'isfi'iiir Ak:s cme out wiTi
the "Happy Jack" trouw yestej-iay. I
has Eb James' i'lg T.1 Fii't.e wiLh him.
Capl. 1. S Martin, of I'ula-.Ki, ls m our
town. Tina is ius unlive heath. lie hag
made a lorlur.e and a spleud-.d name there.
Dr.Tiiomas M. DeiirU-Jiirieil, ( Frank
lin, was out thts wJk lo see his sweetheart.
O'd Williamson is ao..ut lo shove our lads
uoide. , . . .
Mis-Dr. Voorhits, of Memphis, was in
town last weeii, viMtiux relatives. Sue is
haudsouic, and the Doctor is a grout sur-
8eMr'Moulton Patten, o! Nashville. wh cut
this week. J Ms numeious friends hero, who
had uotseeu him in a lou tiiuc, ale ijlad to
sohini. "' '
WJ Li-ouard, John Ieonnrd, and S Tally,
pioiulneui e.Uisens ot Dewisouig, were In
town Tuesday alo J ii Mcdurj ind Prol
T H Kelly. '
Caiit. i '. F. Barnf 9 received on Invitrttion
to Col. E. W . t ole's n-ception niven to Presi
dent liayts aud iady, but declintd for man
Mr. Thomas Moore Ca'si pbell, the popular
Cashier and Vlol'resident ol Itie Nauoual
l!snk of Franklin, ws out this wei.lt lo see
his sweet heal I. .
Mr. Wahaco, formc-r-y or the I-laoklln Rc
vir'i; is iu ihec.iy He xpeeTs t- aid in
getting out the Jhkmiii Adfcatc, soon to bd
started at CeiitTeviile.
Jed M Word,oi Ciiitauiiat i, . a lu town
Wednesday. He teharaplied tor his tine
clothes. In order lo rival .iliuiiljialis at the
KniKhis-l'eiup:ar ball at i'li.asui.
Dick JSudo.-k, one ol t:iO best f )I!ns In
the world, aud one of the ablest, was hero
two davs this week. The people love hlio,
Mr. i -o. J. tioixlrieli, a Icadiug coninits
slon mercliani and cotton lao or of Nash
ville, was iu lowu tins week. His hou.se ls
ursi-cla-ss, and he is a geullemau ot tne tirst
Miss Annie linn McUeuiore, a beautiful
and ndiu.rahlu o::ng uaugli er of Ju-tge
McLeiiioru, is vlitius- her b-autiful bru
nette trieml. Miss Heitio Thomjisou. Hue
came Monday evening. -
1'iof. Iteuiy l aiiu- i-, Ilio greatest flutist
and i'iiilai'ul ol the j&iillh. Was ;u to 11 Sat
urday. H. isa lii'.r.ing mtisiciau a d tiling.
A big oeiittit. wid A jiive:i t-J him at 1'alait
ki on liie ts.h of (I :i..tier. " I
Prol. J. U. l;a-i", i' of tlie bost ,
school u-Mc.iersiu I he ouuty, uud Insnand-;
Mime and j oitn ; loosing wi-e, with Idaok i
y-"-, weie in t wu iasi week. T i ley , live j
near the Wti.i.nuson eo.ir.iy '
Ml-s Jaliie Lioonev , a halnlso;iie and char
ming young lady ot Aien.phis, is vi.-ilmg j
relatives -.lid lrieinN in-ie. She nlleutled
Ihe Hayesieceplion Ml N-isiiviile, and was i
iiuile f iclUHted by Gov. Hanaptoi'. I
:ant. C. C liai;U. of 1-niton co-i.ny. Ivy.,;
has i'.n in .Maury sevo-ai wueka. 1'uf i.iii
lain was a B"1""1' .- f,-- .
lamilv. au-1 v.e wish i tin succc.-a a uu pros-
Ierilv iu his new home.
Miss Lulaih.ru , l ie lov.- y and fasi-ina- I
tlioui4 bjl.e or lwu is! an d i
, ... . . 7 ..- j & ii in ..ft 'riij.iii- i.ir
i FraCkun Co.J:.:, to compete her coui-.e iu j
UTir -'r-hS returned from New
fH . J...i,.s.i,i,.ri.iiit. and bins
will! a rare good ta:and tin.-judgment. I
Up I 1 I .: r u lli I i:vs 1,'iUillvil li.iill .sevr .
Vi'.i t uMi'i a stoca oi ir Hiis. Mic-i in could be ;
selected by a m l ' uls e.i;- r eaue. He ;
. . . . . i ... 1 i ...Ij t.,r Ihw !
ladieW lor veaTs, iiiil.l be ku.MVS ixacliy i
w latl lii-v uetd and vvutit. J I
.or, i'.,.,v bronaht. v.-ster.lav.
t u i Viiitns and ia.!v. i. Si A.ialiis, ..Irs E .VI
Adams, Miss Ailee Adams, Miss Msuiiie
Adams, Capt T F L.Wi i and laiiy, ir Dr
I Norton, Miss Nettle .-siituur, .vtiss i ts.pies.
Misses Alice Williamson uiui .
lianison, two beautdui young ladiC!. of Mar
shall county, and vns. WPliHrnsou, Ihe
ciianntu ' Wile ot Major f. D. Williamson,
nas-sed Ihiougb here . Wedue.-day, ou their
way to Nastivillo. They will probably ue
back 10-day. ,
Mr. V. t - IJIedsca?, louueiiy a brilliant
and "witty coireaj on lein. ol tlie Buoer,
passed through her.- Alnnd y. II- is now
Mueut lorCfUsseiisiV la-i.er's splendid med
icims, Tabler s egetub.e L: ver Powder and
Coiisseus' Compouud ilouey ol Tar.
Miss Moliio W.ud.one oi Alt. Pieasaut's
little beauties, accompanied by "L !ig
Jotiu,"' went ii) sen lles and company.
Iiii John received a most iiiaguinceu t
ureirclntig in a no lop bay, oa 1ns reiuru
to Ml. l'leasaiit. .
Mr. Jotin B. Moore, of O. ion county, W est
Teuu., was up mii'lu; his old li'K-j.t in Mau
xy, last week. He is a native of Maury, and
knows everybfsly u; her.-. Wherever the
boys idD), they have to return ooce la a
while to Aiaury, v,- aie glad lo hear tuat
John is doina well.
Wiuder Mi-davnuk, Jaiuc H. ( .jmpbell,
in W siiHiues. W'll iaiii taihouu ,Mc-
liavock ltoersaud Fiiii iu May berry, the
haudsomesl cavaliers Uid Wlliimusou has
seutou our snores lor soiueiim , landed yes
teJuy morning.: They w hi see the i-'uir
whilJ Uere. . , , , ,
Miss Mary IX)U f-mith'.vicA lias been en
gaged as letcjcr ai the Atiieuieuiii. Tne
AUifrineiim is very lorinaie lu securlug
these! vices of a young lady of sunn brilliant
aud gif eJ. luiud, b -Hiiir utiy cuiliv!;led aoil
richly adorned wilu luiruimj. lane li a
loveiv and charming young lady.
Capl. K. 11. Gordon and iaiiiuy have been
visiting his lather's luniily, aud his btotner.
Judge W. t). Gordon, this week. He was
tweiity-eisht mouths a prisouer at John
son's Jiaud duriijg tue war. Siuce tiie
' break up" le has been in tiie firm oi De
movnle ik Co.. druggists, N'ashvilie, aud is
oneol the boot drugglslfl iu tnet-i:a:e.
Mr. Turplu, J. B. v ilkes, G. , vvijkes, O.
n Gordon, J. L. W illiamson, J. P. Bron, D.
T Chappe'l, T. F. Flemiug, li. M. McKay,
W J Uukes, vV. M. Yooruies, J. H. h ussell,
S D.'f. McEwen, Will Folk, A.M.Hughes,
Jr A Al. Hushes, John J. Wilson, W. H.
Wl.liams. J. .. Orman, F. A. Bmke, L. J.
Frierson, N, t . Cneaiis, Hit huighO, went
to Pulaski vveduesdi.y, tou l'itia.l.
Mr, Van Polk leturued lrom Kuiopeyes
Urday. He left his niotlier and iliss Antni
netie wail, but 4;ss Rebecca was not so
well. Though, partially raised and educat
ted in Euiope, Col V. ays Mr, Van polk is
a thorough American, it would Certainly
be hard lo flud a liner looking Teuuessoean.
He is heartily giad mat he ls once more in
his native Maury,
Mr tthetbert Henry Hatcher, a handsome
and nTv'miaaUT Uwyerof Columbia, was lu
town l ist wevt, ow-, well, on business. The
harbarlausci'.l the galiaui, widow Freddie.
His saluted laihor vyas one ol Ihe ivop
ular preachers ever in tins comity. ' This is
their home, aud Ua Hatcheia ure trumps
here. E. H. H. is as giuai 4 lawyer and re
lisble a getd iemtin as I here is iii ulj Maury.
Franklin ICi i inr.
Our oid Iriend Dr.John .1. Moitp, of Cov
ington, Tunn.. is a,j tin in cur to'4'Q, liK'k
lng as taudsi.uu' und happy as ofyr re. He
is always welcome t-.aia 011 ins native heath,
by his multitude of irieiius. lie !-rings the
si.,1 news that Dr. W hi: t borne, brotuer lo
ei,n...s a 1 -u-ticlt !rt nppetnnc-. liefore
the war he was a lawyer u"d : mnlsliate.
and very Mipui:ir, . t t be fcreai .lug ".'at of
the late war be uent out with the Maury
Kttles, as First LibuiujoI. isuice the war lie
has been living in SI, Louts.
Mr. Joseph ie, of Iatliei Wxxl Croek,
calleil on us 1-ist Taosdr. H nays his
ruiighbor. Major I! dlhig Goidon, has txn
liavlUH libllls, but Is t.etter. Mr. Lee and
wilcOUhje fn.jij Putnam county, Indiana,
last year 0" Uy alter v.'orking fi r lllden
aud 'Hendricks. They nt.o,; .Mrs. Iee'
uuele, John H. I'.ndger, who at !,.) yeius of
ago married a widow a lew mouths ago aged
it He said ho did not want an o d woman
'wanted one to Wil it liijp. -1r. anil Mrs.
ih iironght sei erai 11 ie.-. 0101.-3 10 1 ne i- air,
Gordou,CiiJ'. .I" Irvine, i.-ncve, r..
Y. Plliow, jiiu Cherry. A lex, brown. Dr. V.
Frlerson, i. is. wains, v hi. m-.iao. i ui.
isinglass, Sm Capailou, 1 tide L .se.cims.
CeclV. Knox Fleming. .1 . K. K Carpenter. 1
vi King, John Pevler, Nat Jon., Johu Barr,
. Harr, John Wade. J. K. Orr, Kuas Au
drews, Tom Cii-irlton. leori Alasqn, tleorge
Frlerson, lb M. Fi lerson, Jef Whillhorne
Harris, Cap'. A. C. Jlickev, Major Illckev.
Miijoi Wililsmson, Walls-r Green, Heury
Thonipson, Oil. S'liinwiii, G. T. Hughes, A.
M. HuKhes. Jr.. A. M. liisiibea, V.N. Hughis
K. M. Arnell, Georgu i'ay lor. Lick iausom,
E. H. ilaKdiar, Dr. Towi r, lliuil lii-own,
Bea Cheairs. Jmu, s . idiews,W J. At.drews
.las. H. Andrews. Jobts ?o-rfloe, Jolitis..n
Long. Capt. Tom Gib--ou. K bt. livine. Hen
ry iFoo'i tiuest, J. L. Ward. Sam Pol liter,
George L. Thoinss, W. il. Williams, James
ltltjesr, M. Samuels, ,ltmes Andrews. Jr.,
John P. MoUaw, Walter Cook. J 00 11 T. Tuck
er, John Csrr, Ie,i l,;.vls, c.L p. Bethell, J.
McKwcn, James Kurm-tl, Wt Fleming. Juo
MeGaw, Jr., John Lagley, Huxh C-ok, iCatn
CH.k, Frank Kobests, K..te. W tit kins, lu
Douglass, John Voss, Law se White, Robt. M.
i..i,'av. 111 i iteiviis. v 'iiu'iio.a jwiuu 1. 111
number; K-l Mi.es, Will l.iiiiier. Dr. W. A.
smith! Vllllaui Park. Major J. L. JVMson,
Wa'h t01-'!OIl. je.i vsoeo,.. ... ....... rniir,,
polky Ha'ey Iwvis, A'lrcd J-ieuiiug, Joseph
Walker, O. F. B:r lies.
Thott'e'.l known and popular Crawford
House at Cine r.nati, und-.T tne manuge
ineut of !r. l.i vviv V:-idcU, Is losing none
of lis lame. Coiutm.l'iii, vliO fiiiu them
selves iu Cincinnati, cannot do letter than
go to iheCrawlord. Messrs. (iuldis and
Alclutyre, two of the most obliging hotel
oierks iu the country, wid b found in the
ojiics, auj. 3i-77Iy.
Gen. andcapi. wiuunoue. is, ... expecip- ------ fr tlle UeBU milicipaled.-
lohve JJy sa vs Dr. W. Is one ol 1 he noblest, suincieiiv -a""" .
kindes't men lis ever knew-a family mil- ''nnowM Wd;:. Vegtotdbe daeth, on
,nfv. J. H-..-n HV-c? fmi- Sanday -kht las. XJXt
iarly called h-re-q iiti iisloiU.st.ed the peo- '';i ,o( Mr. Shade siurrae, ,t Uie
plefierbv Mopraring in the Presbyterian He ,'J '" M&rray A- Co., and MissMat-
holr. last smi.isy. alter an absen,-,. ol lrni. r.1 "I.iSg 'j,, tbul c..unty.
seventeen je-us. He 1ms arch, d-p ba. fronds ot Airs. fWui ray, in this
voU.e. and was quite a 1...., , last. Sunday. It ?fl,ymihxm With her in her
was ihe aoiiimon remark that lie had not euniy,utei iy " "
I he 10 ' low 11 k w.-oi . .ii.. im -o-
nesday from ( obinibta to see Hayes: P. 1.
Hemphill. A. 15. l'rs""w. John Filei-son,
Willi 1'iiersoii, Dr Sam r rierson, Sim Mc-l-
wen. Alujor Will P-'Ik. '"l- - " 1'olk, Cspt
liufus K. Poik, 1 !. D. ;'. Wad -, lion. John
1 wh. ,, i:,,.t W.J. Wli.iJii'rm., W. .
Five of air. W. T. Edwards' children are
The prettiest caliaoesiOrCoiaBabtaatna:
J Liraijts Coa. - - - r --
Dress tiioiliurs of all kinds at Enibry A
rierson v. tscpt2ih2r.
A full line of ladieV ahoen. -of tie-vTjr
best inikn.al.IM i
.rlDSA CD's. - y ,
It is wouderful how cheap all Kinds of
goods are alJ M Larliins ;-Co'6.
An elegant line of be lutiful black silks,
Vry ciM-ap, al .J. M. parkins Co.
Ct-ancery Conrt rueers here next Mon
day, t.'haucei lor Fleming iu the cualr.
Embry Frlerson have the pojiular
Helmet hatn for sale-toe latest. S'iStt.
Oapt John M Hickey and his beautiful
wife are boaidin-t at the Nelson House
A beautiful line, cu" Jadies'. cloaks .and
shawls, very cheap, at J. M. ljukius b C..
lii-j uiass in trout of llaiurs ne-.v drag
store, aud Pillow fc Childress's new store.' .
V, ui. Cherry caujrut a losy-thte poond
catflsii in his trap last Saturday morning.
A haunsome stock of ladies' cloaks At
Embry A FrlersoaV Call and see tnenv It,
A lull lino of black dress goods, lor
mourning, vory cheap, at J M Iu-kLnJi Co.
L'...lipU At k'rlnnulii'j U 1 1, M OnlV I'll)
Ki, v w kbir f S7JHI-. .t.t-ithJt.
J , I i . r .
- Eiiihry &Trlersoh's is the place to buy
your Mack silks, with the fringes U lualcu,
a. iaige lot of new styleclothlng formen,
bovs aud oh i lured, Very cheap, ill J Al Lar-
kl!J8 & Co. ,..
vili Kiutua Caperton.a charntlng youog
lady o Sprlnx Hill, is vismiiij her bister,
Ed hi lis. i
s.i i . t
the best clt-
uuiUy, J. J. K am Se-reiaiy anq Tfeas-
. ,Vl Li oral mil .
jreeuwOod ceid-Ury mis neeB open for
jeuceKOiif, Uiu-:MabiUi) callle l ftke pt-
sston. O.ir city au;ni. ihaiio.uiu ulioiiu
ioiiiIicww, ati4 fcvoH ii-epaircth aud lei
hot Ihe gravis uhd tomltones ot the dead
be tro"-ldea and knocked down by stock and
negligence. Tula piuce ol laamneut baa
been neglected to mm h by onr jjeople, and
espec:a.ly those who J-ivd fiienus, and rela
tives iiiternsl iheieiu. ''., r,
Tlie -star Circus Troupe," of Knob Creek
gave its fiisl pertormancc at the city park
WediiesddHV nigUI, which Was highly com
mented by those who utiendt'd. '1 ue troupe
is com ihsmmI oi eigiito Uui young-m,n, .f
the uoitii side of tne river, aud some ol
whiwi, by pracUiM, have become sp.eudid
pertoruies. Tne acting ou the liorizonia
iMir, trapeze, etc., was very ttood, aud won
much tiiaise, v.-nnetue slack-wire walatr,
Mr. John, West, creacU xpute ft setksatiou by
his wonderful leats.i Ajr.-i-osjsr did not o
COiupllsn hls.featv a dohble suuuiueisaolt,
owlurf to-the dnleveinessof the ground. Tne
ciowus weio witty and lull o.fuu, and kept
the large audienciiu a roar. These young
men deserve credit in their enterprise, and
we wisu them, much success.
OVKK XII K COL'AtTlT.
J J Fleming, of Elgby ville, lost Ills poclt-et-book,
and found it lu the corn crib of
Toiu k'aires. , - - .
Dr. Towler says he heard nil old darkey
say she wanted to see Hayts.aud make him
uive her a pair oi.sb.uBS
j. w. '1 nonius brings us a master big ear
of red i-om, wtaicn is twelve inches tonst and
had '.US grains. Very Hoe, aud hard lo-toeak
Joe ijinnn.h,ot the Ml. l'leasaiit country,
isoueof tlie most euergelmyouhg Dteu in
the oouuty. ' He runs a cot to u gin and sa
nlll. uud has all tueeotWMi Me ua ocu init
ialed iu rive, years, he says he prelers to
keep the c ttoii, as he eaBot.spend it. . ;
U. li. Dishong, at Midway, on Dry Creek,
has raunlug under ; ou -roof, t Kiist-nuli,
tuininss-l.itue, saw mill, ti juriug mill, and
i,Mi CHiuiu uuiciiiue. r Emi.J. M. Morton
uasa um-yard at Jidway.
Have Watuns, at Haras old place, is
bmidinga barn that promises to rival Col.
Kidiey's splendid bin u, or Cupt. lltthell's,
whii-.'i is tue largest by leu luclies iu the
1 1.. im in
asked what sort of looklns
ui .t-b. was. iHitoi i itihjudH-miest-men
io tiiecvj.nily, who WcUilo N u.hvllie to see
hint, repih d, "iie looks jusliMve Aijihouso
W HIM-, ot ihgJ vnie i- ,
It is rujoi ted tl.e lasti old maid, widow,
baciietor, and widiiwir ln'thc Bignj-ville
nelghboiii-od, will brf married llu.s Fidl,
leavlngall tue"yisinsters" ou the maioh
behind. Won't il be glorious to live in such
a UevlJ i-'oster Wiili'ams, an old-fashioned
tilne-stockiua i'resbyteriaa, an able preach
er and a good man, believes the milieuioum
a -,. ,,.,1 1,,.
every oay. n.iuwM.c,...
-1-or me largest and ti.iest stock ol ladies
neck ties and nan.lkerchiels ol ml Kinds, go
lo Embry & Frierson's, and you wihceilaiu-
it liiwi t.iiiiu. . IruiiL 'JbLiiZU
- Vountf man dou l go to see j our sweet
cioUrCm Embry VriS,... VPUMh2u
-IM.biyA Frlerson has mo l.get and
best Rlsck of fine dress goods. ekj- iu tula
market. . ipttrftAl. .
. . I
and uooto notified cinz
1 Miss Mary Dou
young laiiy, receut.y
paid h. vlll to lUv At ti Irv.ue, ol Hand j-dl
Uiver, lmhis county, who is now blind.
iney couid not have visited a purer
I.. I 1 ..c mil r 1 .
.Ve have a specimen of Ivory wheat,
raised oa Ihe farm of Alexander Orr, near
ML i'.easaut. It is planted 111 tuo drill, in
the Spring, and cut in tue Fall, and yields
one hundred bushe s per acre- 1 file seed
was brought from lVsa..- 'ik makes better
flour lhau buck-wheal
.u. . .. .
Green Rieves, our oil friend and com-
lie. bioilitit US some ears ol coru tast Wed-
. .1 .... .1... .1 tit ..i.r.l 4lnwl I
itusedoalhe o.d Mu.uiord Street
uesi aj , . a.-ov. : : : i
place, ai tne Ihivis- F-Mii.ii.wy, are.veiy
large and line beany or quite as larje as
tneouesoiil by -Mr W HOaJtiy
GreeU is a
ood rai-mer, aijd Industrious,
-.vir Juuui;uuc, if the Bbyvibe vl
citilty, tuni. a over m li-ivii '
KiccaoiKx:a to lhb i i i . w . -
...... ..iv if.ii.in McaJaiidhtssl as a lorleited
! promise lor missing deer last week, iu Lwis
I count , m tlie vvalers of Fluey. As a
i "snoot 1st, Job un io is not a success.' So
I John lias concludc4 lo to homo and rljy
I wiih hlsbiblas. ; r i " r-
M ss Modie Paruln, a besinUfnl and
lovely Texas btooaa, who has been spending
sometime witu her auut. Airs. James How
ard, led for SprimflHld, ttobertsoa couuty,
reewutlv, leailag a number of trieuds bv
niud. Pixjr "JoaU" paid his last tribute the
night before she leit. "Father William"
louowed oa to Nashville, aud il is tbougut
bv sihne, will uever return. Sympathy,
pbor follows, yon deserve, and lu. the lan
guage of Horace Greely, we say, "Go west,
OlTlT'ticie Jack McGhee, colored, d'.od la
the neighborhood of Mt. Pleasant ou Tues
day ot last week. He lived on the farm of
Air. Johu Al. Terry. He was ueai'iy one hun
dred years o.d, aud shod Gen. Audrew Jack
sou's norse when tne Geuerai bui.t the Mili
tary i'.oad lo Florence in lbLi.- Mrs. Millie
Pickai-d, aged jfJ, ssys Jack had. a blacu.
sn; Hh shop when she came to Mt. Pleasant
In tu. and he must ba ffifeea or twenty
years older than she is.
. Jll3C.L.L.A3EOt ItfiMS.
The fifteenth anniversary of John 'and
Mary Ediuouasoti, ol WilliauMoU, was .cele
brated last week. -
(io who saw W ebb C. Hayes, son of the
De Faeto, sav be KKjked like Mr. Leopold
jouasthe liaiiiisoh;e aud "affable clera. at
Hlrsch's. . . ' '
-Muryconntiiin,wbo went to Nash
ville last wedneaiiav.saysHecretary ol Slate
Evarts looks like Ben Brldgelor.u.
K. Holding Co., ud Martin & Embry,
reoeutly tsiugut 4,iJK ousiien. ol wiieal ot K.
s. Montgotnery, awlsburg, at Sl.Od. Martiu
dt Eiobry have snipped Vii ear-iouih ol wheat
from Lewisburg this season.
Sam McEwvn.oorbjm, asked a friend
wbv Webb C. Hayes, son of the De Jacto, at
th Xathvilbs reoepllou, wore spectacles. "1
aonTkoowam-fwhy ". "fo epable him
Ssee through the Kelurnrng iiojud.''
There are acres ol laud listed for
taxes in Lswreuoe county hn year, valued
at S1.0Ui,n; town lots at '4fif- Ail otu-
-Tue" editor of the Jcntiil and Mail had
better set him a shvot-ii'ou j-uiaut U wear
im.lerhissuU L A beautiful yoou 4 lady ol
Yi.l mvs she is guiug to -shoot uiui"
., .l i ..I j . , l
Again tho" Colnmbla ITorald aT!i Mail
lies noon our table, and we are c!al to note
it Js iveitd or its "patent" outside, and
muoil improved t every respect. It is a
live, paying par,er, aud ve pongratylate
friend lforsley upon the 'tnilTSOd )tutto es
meiit aud general upieiirauce 0 his lleiald.
ghvihiirtHr Viii m--rvittl.
fvh. Nat. W. Jones, of Lewlscounty, was
met by aa old frletvl on the streeti of Nasn
ville last week, and was asked Ihe question,
"What bo was doing there?'- He replied, by
say in. " The school oommlssiouers of the
1 district had beld an election, and gave
the school lo LjO. Watie Hampton, and he
ii!ol. jonesi wAasbllchins biti; t aecept."
Fivo dollars per hiontn Was otjoted extra ou
account of po ltics. ' ' J -
-pile liemvnon twrwi niviniuiis inrim'ii-
ina oi'a pound cttltisu, by someone, with
a batid-poia. tin! asks, comjilaoentiy, "Wno
can beat It?" Wny,ViUO-M least Mr.
Ed. Williams leat it several yeais ago. He
caught a buttalo, a scale fish, in the Bend
whit-'i weighed ii.'j pounds, with a small
peach pole. .'-'
The Kev. James A Orman has been dovo-U-dlv
and ussiduously-s cjoliig his Master's
service iu our hiidst for 'two yeaas.i H -rss
eutberln tlie midsl ofJ,lie gralibitlou
caused by Hit death bf tho lamented Austin
W. Smith. Ol course, a heavy lesponslbllily
devolved upon hliu by ieuson the iur)'!
Isiicd slate tif the church ediilee. Mr. Or
man was a Ul successor to Santh 'in carry
in ont the lattera areat wore. Perhaps no
ot her man In the Teuuessee Conference was
so admirably fitted for the work as Mr. Or
niiii: He has done well aud nobly. If he
oome lKM5k,ii wjli wUxiut. if be-do noi,
the wlsiiesof theeniheoobJiiscnlly will fo;
Inw hiiri for a good lild in which to "ork.
If he sliail leave us, we will pail with him
with regrcL He ls an active aod aearous
nreachei mlnlst Of RreoXt. jjiety and
firmness in the disr barge of his duties.
Presiding Eider Wellborn Mooney has
been on the Columbia District for four
vears. His time is out. Never In the hl-s-tor-of
the Tennessee Comerence has tnere
been ou lbi Ihstrict a luoroawiul and -ac-liveelder,
a kindlier aid and nrore ile
voted minister. Hi waichwords aiai vigl
mster and licotriptness. His elfied
and devoteil wife ls known wherever Meth
odist Literature has a reader, for the bean,
ties of her thought a.qd tlie graces of her
diction. We wftl miss him. Te Told cre
aid our literary wqr:d, and iu the g,ent!e
ameniltes of llfo, fvnqot be tilled. Wherev-
er liege he wiil be a weloouie servaut ol
iimmiKt III2I1. Voangas ha is,tlieie are but
lew fields in Ihe bound ot the Conference
iu which lie has not worked. The entire
DiStrioi, we assure this honored couple, wiil
join witn us in regretuiug luelr going away,
attd Ut wishing Uieu Uapjpy iuwUou,
(ir nroueriy jaj". !""'"."', ,r"
iod. Tnere are JiiJ KJiis iisutu la tne coua-ly.-T.au-rencebmv
Free '. r
)-ru"b 0, ui preii lest aud sweetest you a
ladilhaievei lived in any c.uuuy, Miss
Marv Jl juevruii Miirtes MoHieHJld Fauule
suib.iuu. wiil pieise accept the- thauks of
?W1?1,...?.'.W.. .i t iii olllee. lor a bouUeC bf
LUU ii'oiD.w r . . .
FAIB UK017ND NOTE.
-Mr W W Scruggs, of AlaH was on the
Mr. Frank Davis is doing the talking for
the" Phatogrsphia Lottery.
The handsome Mlsa I W., of HopeweHf
was at tPo Fair Wednesday.
Juok Porter has charge of all thehitcli
Ingof hore 25 cents a baggy hitch.
one nunartu ana tweniy-eigni oouars
ou the first, day taken lu at the gale.
Mr. tiouch liHs a patent cross-mil raw,
whieli tins boys tried a few minutes at a
The Cooper. Helicon Band have covered
themselves with alory. by their splendid
J. O. liegnett, of Marshall, had a beauti
ful youug horse, Trouble, which was admir
ed by everybody, and took two premiums.
John A. Jordan, of Nashville, ' oa
the ground. He was never at but one Fair
in his life before, and that was here in ls-V.
. DrAkin's splendid Jack, Kim William,
lmd thre oils which took premiums: '-Bill
Alexander," '-Lizzie Tlllou," and '-Jiessie
Mark R. Cockrlll and John Thompson,
of Nashville, two leading stock men of the
State, arrived yesterday morniua with nome
sptenuia siock, ana we expect, i we iueir
Lliuiti tm I r, th llutnf nFomfnina a w.l r f 1 1 ii
Among tbM many noe jacks at tne r air
was Bed fold Forrest, by Moio Castle, out of
a Knight Errant Jennet, lie belongs to
J. B. Ridley, of Williamson couuty,
and took two premiums, one lathering
lor Bgea stainons, ana one in eeimmneis.
- vm. Darbr and KemD Hughes had on
hand some splendid machinery, from the
works of J. E Hayner Co., St. lxuis. In
cluding Walter A Wood's seif-bi nding nar- j
vesler, new sweepstake reaper, ami iron j
Irame mower. The self-binder is tbe first ;
machine of th kind, we believe, ever seen
in the county.
- The display In the Floral Hail was not
as large as one could wish, ou Wednesday.
There were some beautiful home-made !
quilts, fine corn, and huge vegetables. Mr. j
it. H. Brumboch ud Kev. W. M. Itoblsou
axe there, representing their respective sew- I
Hon. Henry Cooper, Ex-Senntor, was j
present. Iieuas lately purcuaseu a nome
in Hilary ot nearly l.iwu acres, anaoicouise
is interested In farmlug inatieis. it is said
he looks like Dr. Sam Frier-on. He Is too
able aud distingnlshed a man to remain out
of high position, een though he prefers a
quiet farmer's life.
Mr. James Allen, a prominentJiMmniis
slon meiehant of New Orleans, was al tne
Fair Wednesuay. He leit Maury county
foriy-lour years ago, and has amassed a tors
lune in tne Crescent city, tie is uaii uroin
er lo Esq. R. B. Aden, and uncle lo E-if. K.
J. Baugus, two must estimable and Valuable
citizeua oi our county
' BFR1SU UILt ITETIS.
opened on Thursday, the S'Oth lust., by a
sermon lrom the former Moderator, Dr. J. C.
Mitchell, which was able, learned and elo
quent. Kev. Woody Mitchell Mas elected
jkiipderator, and Uev. Foster Williams stated
clerk, and Kev. Mr. Ujthrock Teiiiix.rary
t'lerk. 'J he ouurches belonging to the Pres
bytery were generally represeuted lotu by
oericai aud 1-ty delegates, aud li:e business
ol the church was transacted in the most
harmonious and satisfactory manner. Some
questions of a very delicate nature were
brought be tore the body, but with all eye to
the ood of the church. And lo preseiving
the purity of the ministerial character,
these delicate issues were met in a spirit ot
christian charily, and settled to the stisfau
tron of ail preseut, both delegates and simu
lators. Tne preaculng, whicu vas feplup
day and uigut, except iSalurday night, c o.s
iug Sunday ulgbt, was very une, uu sucu
as uuy people may be justiy pioud ol. Din
ner Whs carried to the cuurch every day,
and aller the eleven o'eloek sermon was
over, It was spread ou snow white liueu, nu
ll er luesnaue, iu tne rearoi tue church, on
tables improvised lor the occasion, aud was I
just such a feast of good tu iugs, embracing
the list ol hsius, lambs, piga, turiiej s, i
cukes. Dtes.cotl'ee. etc.. etc . as won d delight
trim nn.-MtAnriliA mnst faMt.idious mi.ki.i
lhai gisxl coffee, which we leit aulhoiix -d ;
u promise lor tne oeuent oi the ministers, T
in ricu prolusion, aud struuu
1 enough 10 bear an egg. u hilt: prudence
dicUiu-s tuat no discrimination should be '
made as to the relative merits of the many
able sermons delivered on this occasion, we
will be pardoned lor mentioning those of '
lr. ji lull ell aud Dr. Dubose, as pre emi- j
uently ante and Interesting. From Coluni- j
oia Dr. J. C. Mitchell and John Duniap; ;
froiu Puiaskt Dr. Duxseand Marlon chil-
dress; troui ou Kev. W. Mitchell and Mr. ;
lkibbiiis; lrom Mt. Pleasant Kev. J. L. I
Fiiersou aud John Graiibery; troui Peters-j
burg Kev. Mr. Alexander and Aleck Gleen;
from Btthb.-rel Kev. W. J. Filelstm auu 1
Mr. Gleun; truoi Lynnvi le and Air. 1
T-.tioiM. , uc.unuj i,c,a mi, luuiii
son; Horn Spring Bin Kev. Robert Grav
iiud 11. P. Wade.
UlF I'OE THE OLD OOMIXIUN.
Rev. Robert Gray left ou Monday morn-'
1 log aller tue adjournment of Presoyteiy lo !
uwl his iiioxl excellent wile, who was on a !
to relatives lu s ugluia. iueywill re-;
to tins, the held of his p. Morale in!
111110 lor synod the la-t ol Gjloucr. He ,
made arrangements bciore he leit to hav e i
bis puiplt IH1e1lnyDr.Dubo.se, ou the 1st
Sabbaih in October, and by Kev. F. A. i
ihouipson ou Ihe 3rd Subbitlu.
VISIT TO TUK CAPITAL.
Together with hundreds of others from '
Giles, Marshall, Maury aud W iliianisnn, we ;
attended tne grand pageaut, winch vus ol-1
fci-ed to the President and Caoinei, and l
v ade Hampton on the i'.uh iusL ibis
u , I .IFU, V. 1 IIH. I'lUUUITO, V CI HI' I
?,,,.. U11V ,,, .,, . ,., v. !
,,,..iit i,e considered a u.a. n ot aeiirov- 1
a ' . .
ill mr naves Kruwius
to our Bafl.:riiig
M caroiiua aud J
lor Hayes generous Moulheru pottcv , ex- I
souiheiu breinreu i
oi siuulu Caroiiua aud Loulaiuua. it is no- ;
lnteudtst, nor does it savor of any ad- !
vuuc-nient 01 Ihe Deiuocrallo parly or its 1
i.ri 1.1 llnr III ll.l.wll..t.l.wt. u.l..ki-.i..i I.. I
Willi Karl leal Iteiuioiicauism. !
s.mp.e tree will ollerlug ol I1001 r, lor the i
oim Lie 111. ..iiie, nuuiui aujr iiiieiiiio.i o .
semblauee of design or desire lo eudoise his
uuueveloped lul.ire poncy. The deuiuu
straliou means this, nothing more:
GOV. M AUK UAJflTON,
whoso people, as well as himself, have, for
long ears, leit ihe galling cnaois 01 ly rau
nica,t oppiessiou, is better prepared lhau
most 01 us, to appreciate the importauce ul
tho beuetiis 01 Hayes' Isouiueru pmcy,
meela tue President on the borders ol our
SjuUiei-u laiia ana extends to him a cordial
welcome aud shows his appreciation of the
lavors conferred by accompanying Lin
ou his Sou tneri) tour, and lending his aid
iu extendiug to hinj the hos)iiu.il.les of onr
people, who eou id do mis mora giucefu.iy
ur more appropriately than Wade Hamp
lou, "the uob.est Roman of them all," tuc
rising man ol tue uauou. A inau who has
siiowo himself master of the situation iu
the inos. try tug ordeal, inrougu whicu auy
man has been called lo pass since tue days
ot bloody wax. Hampton rede iu tue opeu
can lags witn Plesideul Hayes, aud as he
was reooc.ui7.ed by uldeieut parties 111 pass
ing Ibiotfgu the thronged t,reetij, shqut, af
ler shout, tor Hampton rent the air, so loud
and strung tuat the oid soldier, vvi.h tiiat
ueilcacy ot leellug, which has ever cnarac
:sd unu, endeavored to evade observauou.
Amid the din and coniusiou of tne boomiug
of cannon, and the voices ot the multitude,
auu the josulug of the surging masses, 11
was almost Impossible 10 Lear a woru lrom
the speaaeis We met on that occasion
Horn Maury, Msj. Brovvu, CapLGibsou, Dr.
.VI 001 e, Esq. alCiCay, Esq. A. D. Brvaut, 1 o..
Wade, Mr. Hairy ' Veamiah, lion. Nai
Wiikes, K. A. JlcuCay, Esq. Wn a s j met
our o.d irieud, Dr. J. U. Mor'ernu auu Geu.
Jackson, and Geu. Bate, of Davidson; Geu.
Palmer', 01 Rut ueriord; Ohentt Biugham,
Esq. Aiex Moore, Dr. Clark and others, fiom
- illiamson. Many attended thi-ough curi
osity; some, and not a lew, t see and hear
W aue Hamplou: some to Save money by
ridiug at haaf-iare, add the balance to see
has been on the Increase lately, mostly typhoid-malarial
Mrs. ttmiser, we regret to learn, ts laboring
under an attack of lever at this tune.
-.Air. Dunlap Stephenson, out of our oldest
citizens, is down with this disease. Has it iu
an aggravated lonn ?
Mr. Jiiu Wnite Stepheusou is also qailo
Geo. T). Bond has boon very sic V for more
than two weeks past, with bilious Conges
tive fever. At preseut tie Is suUerlug lrom a
A child of Mr. ilenry Hill has meniugiils.
Mr. J. W. Cheairs hss returned lrom the
eastern cities, where hn laid in the richest
auu most elogant stx-k of staple and faucv
goods ever brought to this market. He lulls
boen very elaborate in bis purchase of ladies'
dress goiSds, aud will bn able to suit the
tasle 1 1 1 lienio-ilfiis'tididud.'
Mr. J. W. Alexander has" also greatly en
larged his ,.jae,nqnl stock of goous.
Strange reports are in circulation of out
rages ie.i 1 e listed by masked men in Wil-
J liaiusuuCoUUly. OU tUQ i-ewisUUiS Dike.
and b.-tweeu I. .at and Thompson station.
Theie seems to be some doubt as to whether
these parties are while or colored, but tlie
dav for thj toloratlon of such outrages in
tiiis couiy has 1 sussed Uy, and eyery oou
sideral ion of jqstioo, and sound poliey now
requires tliat all good citizens should use
their utmost efforts to put down, by the
strong arm of the la w, all such mid-uight
prowling, ne it while or colored.
citizens of the Northern and Western Slates
are beginning to come into our country
with a view ol examining the quality and
pricea pf land, and lu vestiallng the
chances and opportunities for making a liv
ing. Air. Lee F.Allen, from the lieu. Miami
Valiey,' near Cincinnati, Chin, ' has been
speiKlingseveral days in the vicinity ol this
plsce wiili Ihe lnteution ol setting hero if
he should be pleat-d. lie Is agenlloroan of
culture and intelligence, and a fn; speci
men of Iho real wide awake, energetic and
thorough-going western man. Mr. Allen is
much pleased with the people aud lauds, of
tins country. He says he lias everywhere
uib. iif Tennessee with the greatest
kindness and hospitality, lie, a id alt like
nun, will be welcomed as seliers auoog us.
ls now In order, and hundreds of acres will
be seeded this week, aud uever In the histo
ry of this country has the land been so well
prepared for the reoeptiou of the seed.
The Lost Caa,"
A magnificent nlclure 11x18 Inches In size
represents a confederate aoldior after tbe
war returning to his home, which he finds
lonely and desolate. In front of tbe iniued
cottage sre two graves with rude crosses, on
oue of which some friendly hand has hung
a garland. To the right the calm river and
rising moon indicate peace and rest. The
stars, seen through the trees, represent the
Southern Cross, it is a picture that will
touch every Southern heart, aud should
nnii a plaea in every-bouihern home, line
copy sent by mall, mounted on a roller aod
post-paid, on receipt of 35 cents, Or three for
au cents. Address A. Cregar & Co., Sio. IW
Market St., Chattanooga, Tenn. Agents
wanted everywhere to seit our cheap an
populnr pialqres, stationery packages, etc
12 to 5iq per day easny msu9. o n.onoy re-
1 quired uutil the pictures are sold. Send
stamp lor catalogue and terms. aug311L
Go to the circus at the park; tonlgut aud
, JPJLEASANT IIE9S.
Mm. D. Brace and her son with Mr. Joe
Fleming, t' this vicinity, lea lor Texas last
Alondav. iney expeci mj uiiiig mat eiate
their jlermanent borne. .
We were sbowu he long si do a. painting
represent In g a moon-light scene in the
Tropics, that ws an axtisUofiem, the work
of a human diamond that glltiers will a
brilliancy a herever she goes. Miss Laura
P. is e lady ol more talent, and gives proba
bly more labor to tier studies, than any am
ateur painter in the country. True merit
wins through Inbor, nud we are giad to Fee
this young lady making such fine pro
gress. She is no., only a great artist, whose
orks call for ine nignesi. power 01 genius,
but a beautiful, charming aud cultivated la-
A large revival haa been in progresa for
several days past at Stone's Chapel, three
miles south of here. There are a good many
anxious euqulrers after tho way of saiva
lioti, who, we hoie, will find tho Lord and j
join Uie church. The eminent dtviue, Mr.
Sua-, who lsunurina ib 01s euo.-m, is uoing
noble work for the cause of religion.
Miss Flora N ,of Napier Fnrnace. who Is a
violet iu sweetness aud modesty, lias been
visiting her lovely aud interesting cousins,
Aliases Alice and Lizzie leit lbr Colum
Jack AIcGhee. a venerable colored Baptist
preacuer, died in t his place on Thursday of
last week, at 1 head vanoed age of one hun
dred aod five vears. flo was once the prop
erty of Giles McGhee, a wealthy farmer of
this vioiuity a uuiuber ai years ago.-
Air. Marco ploie, of Memphis, came last
week alter his wife and children, who have
t een 011 a visit to their relatives, Aiajor B.
K. Harris and family.
Cupu Jim Polk, of Mississippi, was In this
p!uc-t a few days ago. Ue looks quite hand
some. W o were del1 gh ted to see a communica
tion from that gonial, glorious John C, of
Rally Hill. We unhesitatingly place him
st tne head ot the JJervUl correspondents.
As a writer, Joliu is always humorous and
pleasing; aud sometimes profound in a high
philosophic Interpretation of the term, as
a man oi talent, he Is far above the average;
he is a gouius a whole-souled, flsrt-class
gentleman; indeed, be is a "brioir," anl a
i-lood, ot ihe tirst w.tler. If anything so thlu
as water may lie mentioned in connection
with his blood. Aud then so unlike anoth
er ungallaal Crow, ho has insisted ou put
ting liis playiul loot in tho corner of our
goiwl-eye. l'.ut John, we are no poet; that
poetical Hot ion was the work of a crazy
brain, made so, by a midnight revel atd not
misplaced by HrJectlou. No, indeed; we
have no poetry in our soul, ior who teres
for the maguiriceiit of the casket, when t he
jewel Is goue? Bui, if we have any genius,
lor auy tiling, it is eating chicken pie or
daudliug a iimp-bucked baby; aud then iu
the flush ol our deep meditatlou with au ar
dent admiration lor art auu a pensive re
gard for the lair sex. Winding up this Utile
personal matte', we wiil add, that with the
highly iuoiized whit for Governor, glorious
John C. for Senator, and the witty , Jl.g for
Circuit Court Clerk, our cup ol biisa will be
filled, aud tueu we will be happy.
There seems to be plenty ot quail this fall,
and the spi rt of bunting them will be as
good ur belter, than for a number of years.
5'i.e most of Ihe coveys are full-fledged, and
in better comidiou, than wo ever saw tlie-11.
S.ieaklng of quad reminds us (11 sometimes
happens) that sportsmen meet wltboccur
rer.cee so peculiar in their nature, that a re
lation of them is treated with the courteous
disbelief accorded to any ordinary Mnn
cuauseuism, the narrator of which, is kind
ly indulged by his frieuds as au imagina
tive lunatic. We must admit that our in
tellect is a Utile prosaic, and we possess a
crooked brain sometime; but to t ut short
that rhythmic flow of language slow, we will
briefly stale that whlie Mr. John Cason,
mounted on his splendid charger, liexter,
was she.liug tlie woods iu the barrens last
woek, ho rode over au old heu partridge
that was setting, his horse's foot strikiug
the back of her head, which severed it from
the body. This happened in Lewis county,
while hunt' ng deer, oursclf aud several oth
ers witnessing tue feat.
A party o! sjioi tsiueii, composed of Col. 3
W. li. (ilulgei) Thomss, Mr. Johu Cason,
Sam Thomas, Jim Hannah, W. AL Mci'an
d as. Hint Klttre 1, W iley Harris, Clifford
Zxiufr, Wm. Kiuriet, leit this place on Mon
day of last week or the barrens, iu Lewis
county, to hunt deer. They were joined on
Tuesday, by Leo Hughes, Willis Connor aud
W. Paiker. Tuesday, like -Vouday, broke
cloudy and threatening. The hills were
wreaibed with mist, and d-rk sbadows
hovered around the;vlley s. That weather
wise Connor looked towards the east,
shook his massive head and declared it was
certain to rain. This was a damper, but
rain or no rain, we 11 ad resolved to go; and
go we must, it we turned to Jong sweets
hing, and melted on the road. We number
ed a dozen, all told the majority well up in
tlie ail ol killing deer. All supp led with
the best 01 gnnsaud dospile ot darkenmg
skies, all were liopc-ful of a good week's
8ort.. We eucnmped on one 01 the tributa
ries of Swau, in a wild, romantic and beau
tiful valley. Ou the dills that overhang
this lovely, murmuring stream, which
seems to whisper, "Alaai may come, and
man may go, but I go 011 forever," there are
caves deep slid frowning with bioken rocks,
gleaming while aud silveiy in their black
recesses, while here above them, aie bloom
ing little plats of white aud purple tl jwers
m.ngled wilu the swtct forgei-ine-hois, and
'-The masses of the fountain, still are sprink
led, Witn oenutitu! water drops; tlie face
Of the ciive-guaided spring, witu years un
wriukled, R"llects the iueek-yed geoins of the place,
tVhoss green, wild margin, now, no more
Nature's wort: nor must the delicate waters
Prisoneu in ro."k, bubbling from the vase,
t me cieii si a; lire, wiiu geuue leap
The liil run o'er, and ruiiud fern, flowers
aud ivey creep."
This is a beautiful spot as could have been
selected, not only to Iiuul 'leer, but to study
scenery. A lew ieet lrom our tent isa lim
pid stream, the vvateis i;f wbic.l l!nw into
rippling Swan, lssu.- lortn with many a mu
sical murmur, and forcing Ineir way over a
pebbly bed, audi Sinaliy empty into Duck
lliver. There are uiils on eituer slue: their
slopes clad with yellow pine, majestic oak,
and large chestnut. Hoe we ate at last,
and heie, as we have said, is our caaiping
grouud. Ou Tuesday morning, Wiley Hai
r.s led oil by bringing to mother earth a
spienuid deer; seven buckshot out of fifteen,
the guu w as cuarged With, having penetra
ted toe vitals 01 as tine a doe as ever tell to
mirksman's shot. Of cours tho party was
elated with such aseud off, aud moved ear
ly. Ou Wednesday morning we had the
good luck to briug another venison to the
score, by Parker bringing down a beautiful
spotted iawii that was on the wing. lal,
slick and lovely as Connor's 8 eet lieai t. Wo
had made up our luluds on Wednesday,
that we were to have fair weather al last
but at uizht fall the clouds opeued and
"Tho ratn-drops fell huge,
And heavily lo earth,
As if they would again repeat .
Tue old-world drama ol the deluge."
We think: a remark in this let tor will be
lound - somewhere, ' - that we got
slightly damp that night. It rained in our
leil ear six hours ouco.aud we have only to
add now that we under went the same hy
dropathic treatment agalu. It was an en
core,, which Jupiter Pluvius might well have
spared, particularly as none of us was just
tneu iu a pressing ueed of a bath, except
Buiger, who was very dry. What could be
expected of an oid uiy inological heathen,
hcale and capricious as tbe elements over
which he pretends to rule, aud through
which be ruiiu upon the earth? Thursday
morning a. gen lie breeze cams up with tue
sou, and as it caused the hushes to wave
aud snake their iuo'isture-laiened boughs,
everj) thing waaas dry as couid be wisued.
To is day we killed live magnificent white
tailed beauties aa we ever saw. Kitired
killed two, Connor one, Bam Thomas one,
aud Clifford Loug oue. On Friday the spurt
was renewed by Jim Haunah puitiog 10
grass a large aud fat fawn, which was fol
lowed by Sam lhomas kJl.iDz its mate. In
the evening we Veut fcjreasilqg. For the
benefit of those readers who do not under
stand this parlance, we w ill Inform thorn
that In breasting, a line ls formed, some
thing Use a skirmish line in an army, and
usual. y move against the wind, w hen the
deer is Jumped, iney sometimes run down
the entire line, giving every oue in it a
broadside shot. Oa this oi:ision, we never
heard as mucu pop-nootiiig; as the most of
tho party had tiie buck fever," there was
only oue deer kiiled, and two others moun
ted w e will not specify particular esses of
wild shooting, but we may remark that in
one lustauce a lean mart, the top of whose j
head iooks like the urouud side of a water
melon, or a new egg iu uuold nest. In shoot
ing at a buck killed a woodpecker that was
011 the wing a h undied feet high, wlnoli af
forded an inexhaustible source of merrt
meut, aud he was trotted out for trie special
delectation of the party; "iliat's What's tne
matter wirh Hannah." "Thus wo Wound up
our week's spo: t, a week that will never be
forgotten by all who shared in Its enjoy
ment, hiding le.n deer and wouiiciiur loqr.
That night we fjiopttue sleep tbi.t knows no
dreaming, for the good aud ail sufficient
reason that we paid no attention to it, and
the next .uorniug the full, broad moon was 1
pouring iu onr tent wheu we wore ceiled ft
break tasf alter wUivli WQ roli-i Jp our lit-'
.." jcu Miuck t-jnt, divided .venison, and
uuiLr llalger's white Hag, moved the col
umn to ML PleasauL .
To lic R'Uoi' of the lie mitt ind M,iil ?
Two esses of matrimony occun-ed in this
neittnborhood recently. .Charley. Porter,
onr bachelor fi ietid, launched his barque on
ihe sea of connubial bliss, -last Weoocsday
or Thursday. Stephen Cheek followed in
his wake, 11 the remaining bachelors in
this vtciulty would follow likewise, what a
crowded sen, the above will be.
Tne hes.lt h of tais wtr.nnmlty is not very
good at present. Air. Fpbralm Davis has
been quite sirk, hilt fS Uu' better. Mr. Joe
Mitch. 11 is very sick at present, and ts not
exju'Ced to live. Buddy Doweli's wife ls al
so veiy sick.
Mr. Cleveland Webster, nn opulent young
iqau from V art race, Bedford County, was
on the creek a short time since. He is now
rii-ticnting among, his kindred In the Web
Billte Howell's customers complain only
heel use his boots and shoes are all too large,
Biliie sent Uncle Jeff Rieves to select bis
present stock, and of course this accounts
lor tlieir enormous -izes,
Esq. John Dowell bays that sheep have no
brains. He has found many to oppose bis
siieculailou. Tbe little lamb that Alary
had, and a host ot other objects, have been
brought up to convince the "Squire that he
ls mistaken, all to no effect, however, he is
still steadlast in his beliel that sheep are
Klugcotion ls severely afflicted with the
w-ornis In this vicinity. . His recovery is
considered very doubtful by some. He has
been a great foe to tbe bapf luess and pros
perity of our people, and We don't thiuk
tLere will be auy tears shert in case of his
ultimate demise in this sec lion.
There Is a young man In this neighbor
hood, who has a severe pain In his side, and
refuses to be comforted, beoause he says be
has missed a rib. Try again, Tomtqle, you
may recover that dtSierVad. .)otie yeL
First Cl tea Bale,' '
K. X. B. Rieves, of the 24lh civil district,
brought the first bale of cotton to town
Saturday. ?osh White put it op at auction,
to the highest bidder, and the two highest
bids were: K. Holding, l;i; S. D.iF. McEwen,
14;4, the latter getting It, and shipping the
same evening to 8. W. Hampton, Cincin
nati. The bale weighed pounds, and it
was a good article of cotton. The bidding
opened at 10 cents. Mr. Kieves is an honest,
jiduswig.us fttfujvr, u4 $ 004 Utuea,
Rev. Green P. Jackson has dosed his min
istry here. He is an accomplished scholar,
a genial gentleman, a devoud minister and
very poi ular with all classes. Tbe eongre
caliou earnestly desire his return. Until
tue coming of Ihe new preacher, tbe Metho-
uii-i putpit wilt be nil -a by the joung
preachors of the Institute.
We heox rnrnora of moves besides those to
be made by our pi-eschsi-'rieudit.
Air. Freley will move his confectioneries
over on the ot bf r side of tbe railroad.
Air. John Hobt-s has bought the "Winn
Piacc,"and wiil remove ai an early day.
Mr. Tom Martiu has routed the hotel for
tho next year.
Al r. Hsrrisau expects to occupy tbe Hold
ing house, alter Mr. Mooney shall have
vac 1 teil.
Will Stephens has gold his home to Jack
Dr. XV. W. Cochran propose to start, to
1 hh iua i-OKic i.i.i nr., mi'iLU. ph...ih-
panled by his excellent wife- and beautiful
daughters. The iKx-tor Is eminent in his
piofexsiou. and his family have all tbe gifts
ana graces which adorn and beautify social
life. M:y they 11 nd true friends, health and
I111 piness in their new home.
Tnere will be other changm as Christmas
approaches, tor as Air. Dickens would say,
"the Americans are a nvving people," and
the time has passed when Ihe same house
will serve two generations.
The spirit of restlessness so prevalent
among tne colored people since tbe war is
manifesting Itself lu a desire to live in town,
and there has been considerable exodus to
Columbia. But with all their fondness for
sight-seeing, none of them went to Nash
ville "10 see the President aud his party."
This absence of ardox is in curious cuntrast
with their enthusiasm over "Massa Lin
coln," and other dead heroes.
The re-nnion of the Third Tennessee Reel- j
meut, at Lyunville. on October 3rd., promt
ses to be an enjoyable affair. Prominent
spcakets are expected, a big dinner and a
good time generally. Home members of
Major Jones' company had a meeting here
011 Saturday to ptrfect their programme. If 1
they could step out in their old grey coats,
war-worn as on their last march, wual
strange, sad sensations would be awakened,
and every "ragged rebel" wouia loon a
grander hero than Osman Pasha in all the
panoply of glorious war. Re unions are the
order of the day, and there is much talk of
tue best policy. That is now the magic
word, bnt in lorming these regimeuto, but
one impulse, one word, moved the mi.
piUriitiin. it fired the common heart like
ihe burning brand of the Scott; and men
learned to suffer and be strong. The su ti
ll most spectacle 1 ever saw, whs an old man
of sixty, us he stood bare-headed aud bare
footed 111 the prison ut alter Hood's
memorable retreat from Tennessee. The
ladles were pel milled "by the military" to
minister to the necessities of Southern sol
diers. When this veteran came down and
stood shivering in the winter-weather, one
of t hem inquired, what will you nave?
Willi a frame quivering with emotion, he
silently poiuted to his nare-feet and head,
and touched tne sleeve of his bloody
coat. You may be sure, It was not long oe
fore he had some stout shoes, a comfortable
coat , and the best hat in the Yaukee market.
He has probably pa-sed away, ere tnls to
tue grand re-uuiou aoove, but if llviug, I
woiiid go tar ui shake the oid hero's baud,
ai.d esteem a higher honor, lhau to be prom
iueut iu tne iriiuuputtl marcuof tne Preei
uenL So I would.
Will AlcGiiee, of Coinn, Mississippi, was
with bis friends in this place several days
last week. Rumor reports that he came on
a special mission.
.Marion 'rawford, a popular attache of tbe
Maxwell House, Nashville, came duwu on
Saturday morning, and returned in tbe
Alis. Harrison wan cslied to Cornersvllle
on Sunday evening to see her sister. Mi's.
Wann, wno was uaneious.y s-.ck.
L. Alorris, of tlie firm of Stephens & Morris
has gone to Nash vibe to buy new goods.
Mr. Henderson, of the house of Henderson
A Davis, left last luesday lor the same pur
pose. Mr. Goodrich, of Fayetteville, has been in
Culleoka for about two weeks selling springs
lor mattresses. This new arrangement is an
improvement upon ine spuiig-mattresses
In several respecis. and the terms upon
which it is olf. rcd place the luxury within
the joor mnu's power.
Airs. Ida Stephens and "little Tommle,"
are visiting relatives iu Fav elteviile.
Claud Webb, ol Spring Hill, and Lindsay
Smith, 01 Puiaski, uiuue visits home Inst
Fiidsy eveuing. They are students of the
There are nowelghty-twoboardingpuplls,
and the school is sirt nglnened every weea
by youug men troui poiuls further South.
"Not long ago, au intelligent iady dchued
jroud read lug "one ot liie lost arts." ihero
is a pnbiicreadiug every r riduy evenlug oy
1 tie young geiilleiiieu of the senior class.
Their eilorts show the lady was wrong In
her dcliiiutiou. I doubt 11 the members ol
your Sbaks)eiire Club surpa. some of this
ciass in reunilions from loal laiuous author,
i heir selections are 110111 the classics, the
school readers and occasionally from cur
rent literature. Klcu Nixon, ol SUe.bj vine,
is one ol lue best readers.
The sweet potato crop is about an average
yield. Tue Bermuda trows iu lavor as an
early potato, it grows lo au enormous size,
one being suflicieut to make a meal for a
lallll.y of at least hall a do.-ll. J. R. How
loll is said to have Ihe largest.
nil's, John W illiams has returned, much
Improved in health, from Ma reel a Fails.
'1 ne .Met hot!i-t l.u'oil was occiinied last
I Suuduy by R.'V. Air. Pinsou. Tue ellort
was very creditable to the beau auu ilea,. loi
the young minister.
Rev. Green Irvine visited his friends here
last week. His vislis are always ei-joyed by
young aud old. Thougii shut out ii oiu the
cuei nul light of day, be eairies with him
the sunshine ol a cheeriul countenance.
We have heard the wish expressed thai he
cotlid be our next preacher.
Aiiss Asinie 1'iiue is homo again after a
lengthy v lsit lo her grand-lather, Air. M01-
m 11. at Cornersvllle.
t mills, a tew cases of fever, and chicken
pox among the children, about h.l the bill
ol coniid nil s for this ueek.
Miss Moiiie Pi ewiu, a lovely young lady,
who lias bevja sick since comp-meetlug,
i neie was a public sale at Mrs. Judith
Wilkes' ou last Tuesday. We uuderslaud
thul st.ark, liiMiiture, elc, all solo well.
Col. J. B. Wiikes aud ieoi-e W. Wilkes,
wiil attend a meeting of Kuighl Templars
at Pulaski on Wednesday.
To the Editor of the Herald and Mail:
Having been absent several days.I will not
attempt to give a lull history ol Inciaeola
that nave oc.-urred since my last letler.
A large number ot our citizens aud lotmer
su.dieis visited t Lit creek last w ednesuay.
and nolwithstauding ine heavy raius tuat
leil occasionally during tlie day, thu rc un
ion of the iiUi and 2J.1 iiegimeut was a com
pute success. Tue good people of tuat pa
triotic little village anu'viciuiiy had takeu
a great interest iu the matter, aud no paius
were spared to make tbe "boys" comiorta-
bie. Ihe survivors were called into line by
Col. A. S. Claras, aud upon cailiug ihe roll,
out oi probably 3,WX wno had beiougeu to
these reglmeu is from lime la time during
lue wax, less than 3U0, including those dis
abled, answered to their names the princi
pal part ot the remainder having beeu leit
10 moulder in uumarktd graves upon near
ly every battlefield lougut in deieusu ot tne
-'Last Cause." You can well imagine the
Impression made upon the audieuce, par
ticularly those "battle scarred veterans,"
when au eleaut address was made by Col.
Marks, lu which he recounted the Interest
lug incidents that occurred, together with
tue many trials and hardauips undergone
tty the urave -ho s" during toe war, W hen
he ceased speaking tnere was not a dry eye
in the audience, and stern, brave men,
who had taCc d death ou many a hard fought
bat tie-field, were seen shedding tears like
children, ihe speaking over, the crowd
repaired to the table, winch was bountifully
supplied Willi everything calculated to
please tue most lastiulous epicure. After
dinner the "'hoys" mingled together aa of
old, and lived the war over again, minus
lis uorrura, until late lu the eveuiug, when
they sepa ated , promising to meet again
next year. Everything was quiet aud or
derly, and nothing was said or done that
couid have ofl'euded a Federal soldier, or the
most piullsau Republican, aud takiug it all
together, it was au event never to be for
got ten by those who were presenL
Some of our citizens visited Nashville on
the occasion 01 the 1 'resident's visit, and
had tke pleasure of "seeing the eiephaut"
and of being jammed half to death by the
immense crowd that ibronged the streets.
Whlie there we had tbe pleasure of hearing
a very interesting speech by Hon. Junn V .
Wrigut, who, as everybody tsujs, ' started
out W right, and ended W--rigbt; and Just
here, 1 will say that tie is Marshall's favor
ite lor'Circnit Judge at the next election.
Ho is worthy of ihe highest office within
the gift of the people of Tennessee; but Just
at this time, we want him to reiuaiu in the
position he is now ft. ling so aiy.
Everything is quiet here now, except In
the dry goods line, w hich is doing a brisk
business; in fact, goods are so cheap that
Air. iViaiKs, lormer.y 01 lnqpj ma. -can
bu v goods here, Sui" " . ln u, vZvt
. 41 0111, on tuein.
Jan. F. Tillman ls erecting a first-class
flouring mill near our depot, which will add
a great deal to the business and eminence ol
our "city." -1 -1.
Twqdai!ijhtert?ai;d a on or Air. James
Wood, living near this place, dld one day
last week, from I be effects ol taking through
uilslake morphine for quinine.
Tno health of the community ls g::od with
the exception of chilis, which are prevail
ing to an alarming extent. Only one case,
however, has proved falsi that of Mrs. Pat
sey Ew iug, wno died on the KHh lust.
Jas. F. Cunuloghain, late of your; city,
was married a lew days ago lo Airs. Marcena
Hope vood. There is another wedding com
11;'; oil in Lew tsunrg soon, bnt 1 am forbid
den to call any names at present. . Several
vonng iueii contested lor the prize, but 1 be
lieve she is to be bourne off by a gentleman
from Maury.' Tho lady ls beautiful, swi et
tempered, and intelligent, and had I been
siugle,"young.and handsome," I would have
contested for Ilia: priztj myself; but I will
saynomoreon 1111 subject now, for the
"gieen-eyed monster" is au occasional visi
tor to my house, kud my wife, who, by the
way, is a daughter 01 "Airs. Caudle," aud a
true "chip Of the oid block,"' w'lii give me
fits, in the w sy of a "curtain, lecture," ior
To the Editor of the Her all ami Mail:
Since my last, several families have lea
this vicinity for Texas. Arnon them was
Mrs. 8. C. Perry, M. L. Pfctry, Neal Stockard,
W e undersxauu iiiai aeverai 01 pur-young
men will start fir tbe same place this week.
Farmers in this vicinity have generally
found their corn better than tbey expected.
We will make an average crop.
Borne farmers have commenced sowing
wheat. There will be a larger breadth sown
than last year.
Rev. S. II. AlcKniibt ls teach lug the free
school in this neighborhood. Had forty odd
students the first month.
There will not be many apples ln this
neighborhood this Fall. '! he trees were full,
but the apples are ail falling off.
la my last items tbe printer made me say
the new chujeh was inuebted oue hundred
and seventy-five dollars, instead of oue
hundred and twenty-five dollars. The last
round for tiro. Seay, will be next Sunday,
if we don't get htm next year we hope Con
ference will send us aa good a preacher aa
Hayea never came to southport, nor
Screamers ville, aud some pi us haveoT seen,
ft Pfeaidtrnt iUv W saw Jed Ji. via.
Uoek lliver Valley Kaiirum.
Thestockhnldiws of ihe D-ie't River Valley
Railroad Company, held t"eir annual meet
ing at the Court House, In; his place, on last
Tuesday, sixty-nine buudred and eighty
shares of stock were rciirwsented. The Con
vention was org mized bv calling Col Junes
H Lewis to the chair. The lol o-lti'.' gentle
men weie onanlmously elected Directors
for the ensuing j ear: James H Low is, R G
McCIure. T D Moeae, .lonn T Street and K H
Montgomery, of Marshall county; Ed Kuhn,
Ed Williams, nud A D Bryant, o! Aiaury
couuty; and 1) W llolmau, i l Liuco'U. A
resolution was adopted autboiiziug the
Boaidof Dirictors 10 issue notes or bonds
payable iu six or leu years in equal annual
instalments iu Ireigbl Mini pfss:.ge, lor the
purpose of grading the road as larivs Peter
burg. A resolution wns also odopUsJ, au
thorizing the B.uird ol Directors to receive
propositions for a lease of the 10 id, if lliev
should deem It advisab e, wntch leasosh- .uld
not be binding oil the company until rati
fied by the stockholders st a meettug to lio
called for thst tmrpose. 'i he reports of the
President and Ht-cietary were bighiy luler
es ing and instructive. The amount of
liusinessdone by the r. ad in tue five mont hs
it has been runuing, was very graU.'yins.
It was considerably greater per n.iio. Hi. .11
tbe business done ou eltlier tlie Manchester
and Mc.Vliun ville or Ibe Winchester and
Alab inia roads; both of which cost twice
as much per 10I e, as the Duck Ulver Va.lev
Road. The road had not met witn any acci
dent, and had never failed to uiske lis daily
trips. A large portion ol the expense incur
red was In pi pal ly aiurning tne road and
ballasting :l so as to make u firm and solid,
'i he business on the road wnl coutlhue to
increase, cs its ndv.tnisges ls?come bi ller
Known. Noioidoi Hie same length hss
done au equal amount of i iisiuess within
merit-strive mouths alter it couimeucea
riiuoiug. The fieigbt shipped over the
road have aiuonuted to (.1 u:),73. it.) five
million nineiy- lulit lliou-aud seven hun
dred and tliirly-rivo pounds, and tbe num
ber or passengers h -is been .j.nj.t uu ring 1 ue
last five months. The mortgage debt of the
company is SlbS ,U0U aud canudi in any event
exceed six thousand aud will probably not
reach Si 000 per miio when coiupleicd. This
is less by lar than tho mortgage debt on any
road in the St'ite. w heu l..c road reaches
Petersburg, thirteen miles beyond Ltwis-
burg; its prese nt terijiiiuts, tr.e business 01
the load, as all admit, wdl be doubled, and
its operating expei ses wi.l not be increased
aixive 20 per cent over what they now are.
It was evident, and was so considered by
all present, that the . ighc&l and best inter
ests of the road and 01 tiie couuty required
its extension to Paten-burg, and Fayette
ville without delay. Columbia is very
much interested lu the extension of this
ro-d to Fayo' leviile, for tbatwi.l give her
another outlet to Southern mmkets. A feel
ing ol det p inieiest and d. termlned ei erty
seemed to auiina e tbe slock holders pres
ent ou Tuesdsy, among lueiii were some of
our nn t active, euerttic and pub ic spiri
ted citizens. The p- sldeut, Directors and
Secretary have do.nlhe.r duly nobly, and
deserve all praise. On Wt-dut sduy Ihe new
D. rectors met and elected Col. Juiues II
Lew is President, and Geo. Chinln ss as re
elected Secretaiy by acclamation. Col.
Lewis, like the letlrnig Piesldmt, has iu
Lsireil long, eaivest-y aid ably lor the ro-ul,
aud will, li ke he has done, make a good and
efficient President, advancing its Interests
in every possible way.
Tho Teachers' Institute.
Col. I,eon. Trousdale, tho Sta'e Superin
tendent ot Puhlie Schools, anuouud s thai,
with the assistance of our com muntry, lie
intends holding a congrcs-ioual teiicheis'
institute lor tne sevenln district, 111 Colum
bia. The time appointed is Wednesday,
Thursday and Flidsy.the i'Jlti, Hth uud 12th
days of October.
The meeting is to be opened with prnyer.
Then the add t ess of welcome is tol)eaa
s eri d by Col. '1 l'ousdiiie il is hoped that
tbe various choirs, t iie ladies and ice Sil ver
Helicon Baud win furnish v. cul and instru
mental music. The fo.lowlug persons aie
invited aod expected to re.,d papers before
the Institute. Coi. Sevier. Pro.'. J.S Beeeh
er, E. II. Hatcher, K q., Hon. '. . S 1 !e,o
lu,:, lou. John ". vv'riai.t, 1'iof O II. 1.
Beliuell. E. Y. l'lbow, E-q , Prol. Hugh G
King.Prof. F. H. smitir. Cap.-. J. B. f.iurohv,
Bev. A. Tmplelon. D. D., Prof. 1'. vV. D ni
son. Prof. Is-roy B-oun, of tne Vuudeibiil
University; Prof. Cuskie Hariisou, of the
University of me South; A. W. sua-kell.
Esq , Dr. Clark, of Fraualin; Prol R. P. Yan
cey, ot Giles County; Don. Turntr H. Foster,
of Nashville; Prof. N. T. Lupton.of liie Yan
deru.it Uuiversily; Rev. .1. N, AleDoiiald, of
Franklin; liev. li, K.Riveis. D.D.ol Pu
laski; Dr. W. A. Smith, Fror. R. E. Billfold,
of ML P.easani; W. R. Webb, W. B. Wood,
Esq . ana ot hers.
Several committees have bran appoint' d
for the occasion, and we trust li.iiL they wiil
discharge their i.r.lii-s in a manner that
will be crtdiriible to our ciiy.
COMMITTED OK AKU AMI I KM ! NTS.
Hon.. I. L. Bullock, W. U. Wo. I, c&q., A.
W.Slockeii, Esq., R chard L. Porter. Erq
James H Wilkes, E q., and s. R. Walklus.
COMMirrEC ON ESriHTAlS.'IKSI,
Dr. W. Frierson, H. P. Fimii'is, E-u , G 7
Tai lor. Esq , A. S. Horsley, Es-'j., and P. Ii.
Souihaii, Jr., E-q.
W. J. Whif lli'-rco, Kq., Joi n r. liriTii,
Esq., F. K. Hemphill, E-q., A. N. Akin, E-q.,
L. P. Padgeti, E-q.
Il is hiqi-il Ina, as ninny tcilf-hers as prric-
Ite-aule w in ailenil ami ti'ih tue.r school
Taese. gctnual couhreiiC--s are 1 esifcjiied as a
preliminary step to tlie orgn i.a'.ion ol
teachers' institutes in evety couni.v, aud nil
ot tue citizens are cordially Inviiedlobi
presenL No doubt, ail tl Uie visilorswill
be hospitivblv euteriuined by the citizens ot
ColumniH, iiurin trie session ot the comer
ei.ee. As usual, the luoruinx session w ill
exleiul from liulf past 1 Uht utitil tw elve
o'clock; tue afternoon session, nom Ino to
five; and Ihe evening scsd 11 from eiln. lo
ten o'clocK. Couuty Supui iulendeuis and
Sohool Ir rectors will be expic'el lodi-cus-
1 he school sysieiii iiii.1 its 1 lut'licl opera
All of tho persons, w bose namc-s s e men
tioued alsive to read papeis in ihe Institute.
are requested to liotily .M r. A. V . stm-aei
at ouie, as l.' the suhjoirt.-wli icii tuev nnve
chiisen lo discu-s; and ail oilier t aclicrs iu
the congrc-sionsi dt-.ric:, w no may wish 11
read paiiers titlie Inslitute will please in
form Mr. S oeki ll as to t'.cir lutein.. on and
their suojecls, in order 1 hat the State Super
intendent muy assigu the u apiuce in the
Tlie com m it ices f artaimrmpnt, n een
tloh ai.d eutei iHiunieiit are cadisi to m.et
iu the law olli j of Messrs, Wilkes ui ilul-
lrck. tins alteriioou at tour o ciock.
Tiiose ol our cili.ens, iu Columbia and Its
vicinity-, who are willing lo enle.i lain liiein
bcrs ol tho Iuslitiile, liur'.iig tne luiec days
01 tlie sosslou, are solicited to se9 the chair
man of the enterlatomeut committee, or
Air. W. B Wood, tue Aiaury County Super
intendent, aud inform him as to Tow many
persons tncy can accomiuou iie. au teach
ers visitiug the lustituts should be enter
taiued free ol expense. The necsary ar
raugements should le pertectod HI once, so
that the State Superintendent may publish
On Wednesday, the 10th lug., at half-past
8 o'clock, p. in., at tne residence of the
bride s lai her, Mr. SI. Rult e, of Columbia
Tenn., the handsome and tafeu'ed Air.
Charles B. Porter, son of Mr. R. L. Porter, to
tbe beautiful aud amiable Alls Cai'iio Rut
tie, oue of Coluni Ina's fairest daughters,
"who looked mure like au augel and less ol
a woman" during that sacred aud solemn
ceremony, which was so boautilul y and
Impressively per.orwed by the Rev. Air. W.
Moouey, of tiie AL E. Church. Mr. W. tl.
W. remarked tuat he thought if was bene
ficial lo married folks to attend such places
occasionally, as it reminded Ibeui of simi
lar vows which they bad made, and he
thought he would be a much belter hus
band for the next few days. Tbe bride wore
a handsome lavender silk, trimmed in sat
in, aud she was the recipient ot some Vaiua
b.e presents , as fol.ows: A most uiagulti
cent "Gold Watch and Chain" by Mrs. Al.
Rultleja lovely '-Toilet Set" by Mr. M. Rut
tie; a set of "Silver Spoons" by Willie Rut
tie; a "Silver Cruet stand" by Mrs. Ed. Vv 11
llauin; a pair ol "Silver Napkin Runs" by
Mr. W. H.Williatis; "Cruel Stand" by Mrs.
V. 11. Hughes; "Molasses i.U.iid and Waiter"
by Mrs. Ed. Williams. The bride and groom
were unattended, and but a low of the Im
mediate relatives and trieuds of both bar-
ties were preseut to witness tne nunti.tls
aud partake of tiie abundance of good.
things 01 that neciy spiciiU tab e, ol vvn.cn
the beauty a:one we c.iu'jut liud words to
describe, to say r;,,'hi 'g of tli.it exquisite
pyramid of fruit aud flowers that Hood ou
the center oil he tab.o and reached to tha
arch-way. The happy cuple ux.1-; the train
for Mammoth Cave, louisvUie and Cincin
nati, to he absent several days.
"May their lives be a happy one,
May sorrow nor care
Ne'er o'eishaduvv their pathway,
Or make its home there."
To the Editor of lite Jft ratU and Unil:
' The pastor being absent, slitinmn:-, a ineet
lna of his Presiiylw-y , nui iiuiiui. was filed
by Rev. Ur. M alloy, of spring Hill, last sab
bath, at the lunibcriauil J i-sny
Church. O.niy a siqa i cougrng
present; most of them were a'. U-Br-
shy lory of the old PresbyU uu
siqa'l cougrngatlou Was
lun l liurc.i
which convened at Spriog 11 li i. The u.-u...
licrvices were hold at the CiiiisUau Church,
at Beech Grove.
A few intimate friends weie invited to the
residence of Mr. W .Inuni .louos last iTiin.s
day afternoon, the a'lh Inst., lo witness tlie
marriage ceremony by Rev. Air. Jo.dim, be
tween Air. Sam WllliKM'iiou und Atlss Kate
Stanley. Altendaut: Alisses Nannie Evans
and Fannie HudU r. imineuiutely alter tiie
marriage the happy pair, with their frienos,
repaired to the residence ot the rioom,
where an elegant aud sumptuous nupper
was prepared. They are leudercd the best
wishes oi their host of tiieuus lor a loug lue,
aud much happiness.
Our handsome bachelor friend, who lives
all alone Id a cottage by the railroad, con
cluded the other day he had liecii denying
himself long enough of the luxuries ol loo.so
he went to our excellent gioceiy-men. Ai'j-
Kny A Jamison, and pu rehashed 'i or 3
pounds of tneir very uesi coijee, ami started
homeward happy, iu the thought of a
steaming beverage for supper, but, alas, for
human hopes Is.-tore proceeding lai, I. is
paper burteil, and out Kiurea his coilee, lu
the muddiest place in the load. W. looked
long and sadly at Ins lute purchase, unu
then rode ou soliloquizing thus: "It Is all
right I suppose, a special reproof to my ex
travagance. 1 have kept l.oue several
years without any coffee ln it, aud have
been doing remaikably Well-paid lor ail
ol my laud, and out of debt, henceforth, I
will obey trie trite old adag, qtl well
Hon. Henry Cooper has purchased near
here tbe farms known as the Gray, AtcKay,
and part of the Wash Miller farm, amount
ing lu all to seven or ilalit hundred acres,
and is preparing for au extensive wheat
crop, we weicome sucu men of euergy
Air. John Alexander, an entrprlslng far
mer, and elev. r gentleman, returned ast
wa iri'iu lui" uiiuufiu imnujtn. rnuiana
aod Missouri. He bought a car load ol
m uld, and reports the corn crop lu those
States'as almost a complete failure, through
the parts he traveled lu.
A young lady escorted to church a few
nights ao, by a lad, who ooght to have beeu
accoiiipauyiug her little sisler, was a -sen:
"What aro you doing with that child." She
replied: "Thai Mrs. N. had employed her lo
nurse, and she was taking care ' oi the dear
7 Messrs. Melville Akia and Frank; Moore,
two dashing beaux with a handsome turn
out, lrom Eimwcod, were among ussuuday,
"UrUct UtwJt toy, Kidi Ui your iataois,"
Ifoi t ie H iraal and Maril
Tis sAvect ln Spring, a hen Phcebus usbeis
When sounds the busy bee hermollow horn.
To stro!', in tlioiigiill.ss mood, through the
Where Flora's offerings perfume tbe air,
Tls sweet, ln summer, when the nw-mown
Well scouts the evening breeze at closing
To pondoroi the past, totbink of thing,
Aud ways of men true source where knowl
Tisswertiu Autumn, when tlie rustling
I list nib t lie stillness dying year bequeaths,
Jo m. d Hate 111.011 our owu uecay
A dvbt w hich nuiure loi-cus us lo pay.
'-is seet iu winter, when the beatiDg
And pelting hail rtbouud from window
To pass the evenings by the cheerful fire
Al home, -where together peace aud love
"Tls sweet to penetrate the realms of t hought
W here Science fair contending long has
For ilgui lb at does accord with trpth divine,
Which sheds is rays ou every menial clime.
But not so sweet by tar would all those be,
Weie they preceded not by thought of thee,
A precious muse that dors his mind Inspire,
Auu beeps his heart well fi led Willi liubic
So whether In nd verity's dark day,
Or lu prosperity's most genial ray,
Which this one's soul with highest ecstacy,
He'il think of thee; yes, ever luluk of thee.
S. I). H.
AC BOS 11C.
M ay heaven be thy resting place,
A Iter thou hast left this sphere,
R es; tclcd and loved, may no sorrow
Y our pleasure a-id happiness here.
B right and winsoino are thy smiles,
R esplendeat as the noon-day's snn.
Your eyes arc, whose glances as sweet
A 11 hearts thee chance to fall upon;
N othiog Is as pretty as tho ringlets of thy
T Lou art truly loveable, modest aud fair.
A Fill END.
The firm ot Primm A Warren ls selling
dry goous mud groceries at this place, uud
uicdoiuga lively business lu lue bartei
Tne quarterly meeting at this place
ou the second Saturday aod Sunday in this
iiionlli, w as well attended, aud ihe P. E ,
1. L. Mo-sly , preached three rp'eudid ser
looys. Tou niee.lug only continued four
days. Tlie people aro completing a splen
did chuicu two miles lrom here, iixjh ieet,
wiiicn is 10 be tree lor ail Ueuoiuiuations.
A veiy su-.deu death occur led 0:1 Haley's
Creek, no .r t ids place, 011 last Sunday ,t
young holy, Miss L-.iulie Warrtn, daughter
ol W. C. Wan 1 n. She was taken Bleu oil
Tliui'sduy, and ou Sunday morning she was
a corpse. Her lai her is lu M issoui 1 on some
business. Sue was a consistent member of
B ii Daideu is itoiug a lively business in
looking ior gold aud sliver ores, so W hen
y ou are passing Ibroiigh this county, and
see a horse with a little sack of rocks lo sad
dle, you n ay know that It ls Daiden. He
ls now going to make money if he eu pro
cure a mould. He says ue has been Inform
ed that one Air. Jo.siah Stephens has a pair
01 nicit'i moulds that lie manufactured,
end it Ibis is so, he wishes to bonow or buy
ttit 111; aud also to get in in or auy oue else to
make 1 1 i in some 01. a larger scale.
Our people are tin ning over ihelr stubble
lands, preparing i'or so nig wheaL I tulnk
lliere will bea laiger amount 01 it Sowed
this Fall iu this section 01 the county than
ever lias i.eeu lielore.
Mr. .1. ii. Auair ls happy nursing the boy.
There is but 1 ti le do.ug iu tue louder sav
ing business, lu consequence ot the conliu
ued laiu and cioudy weather. Chap.
Remaining in tbe Post Ollice, at Columbia,
'I'i.i.i. ... !. .1 .... Ir un.li.i., . 1.
. .1 ., i.i. tut, -.a lu.a.J., , .711,.
ATderson A C
l'oi er Pol.ip
E idir.s Join
I- hz.pati ick T
I-osier I S
11 aud S It
llM'l I'. I)
M( Fall Sallle
tuevu M E
1 oik Bill
Putter Alis E N
'Thomas J J
Whlie Mrs R A
W liliainsou Ueo
W likes Abby
IVr.nliri m li 1 hit fi .p I lit. nlmv litllom will
W.N. Hl'OHES, P.M.
y AKI tl.DV.
James W Cooper lo Alary Nfiles.
G V B uir to N A Biuckbuiu.
V.'m Reed to Amanda Collins,
.lame- liico!r u, Anna Allt.ihel.
Silas Jacks. ui 10 Alary IkHiker,
DffcA l ll.a,
On Knob Ciee'r, Sepleml er 2.Jrd, Mary,
rliiualil! r, i I Co: II Aden Brown.
hi carters Ciees, Septenim r Ailli, Mercer,
i:i ant .s. 1:1 f .vt rs McGoh ii-o.
Near Kock Siu lug, September -Gt h, Josiah
D .wncui I.
i ii 'i 1 1 1 1 i ii
We ere now oil. ring a new and rplendld
sls:k ol ioiies' l ine cloaks, raniug iu
price lrom Su M upwaid.
S--2r. EllliBV A FlCtliSO.-v.
Come! , Coma!
Call and price any of our goods, and you
Will ue sure to buy. .
tSonfficni Trnl: J'afacc,
Dress Goods! Dtess Goods!
The veiy ntte it styles and different shades
end ilirleroul shades of diesa goods, at as
tonishing lu hgurna,l the
ft'iitht:rn Tnulc Jilace.
Tbe largest stock of clothing at lower
prices lhau ever on'ered lu Columbia.
Sid A. ROSENTHAL & BUO.
The newest designs and shades In Dress
Goods, at A. ROSEN 1 HAL it BRO.
All kiutU of onrpeis lower than tor years,
at A. ROSENTHAL ix BRO.
Black Casiaiere Aipsccas, which are well
Worth seeing, at
t2s A. ROSENTHAL A liRO.
Goods so.u at a lower uiargiu at A. RO
SEN i HAL o: U1UJ., uiaii al auy bluer house
lu cu.uiAiuia, S24
An exc lleut horse' and bugsry for' sale
t'alluu AlCtvAY Ol ItiUKlW. s'Jl-U.
All peisous b whom 1 have lent books
win fiicuixi reiui u theui to me al the pursou-
age ai, t'leii caiuesl Couvemsnoe. .
bepLi-ll. JAMM A.UMl.N.
Spectacles finer uud oheaper thau ever.
lij our A ruuuie llu.od Glasses.
oepi.s iui. J. H. James A So.n.
Now ueck scr.s and a nails al AL Buttle 's.
We do icpairiiig cliciuer thaa tver, aud
Will k,u.U"a.ilec lU.oi oui aura. f.aiiauube
CUUMue-U. J. 11, jA.Mt.-i A BON.
M. RulUe is oUering a toil stock of dress
goous at less lhau tun ior ir ail weal'. Si ll.
Watclic J-jW as -S, clocks dowu to 12
ail w uriauted, ul J. n. JamS Sou.
Cheapest Kuives, Forks, Sikious, Costerv.
Klc, in Coin lubia, can Iwiuuud at the casL."
hoii-e ol J. Jl, James fi son. sepll-i Uu
A word to my crcdilois, Vou tuust come
lorward aud psy me, or your oi count will
bu put out (. v-ivl'rcllOJl. at. Uv'IXlAl.
'J ii highest m-raet price, paid lu new
Juweny, lor Gold uud Suvcr, at J. H. James
Son. , 1-eplll lui,
The lime tried and fire tested Elaine Oil
sold by Josh G. Bailey, Is I he 11 as well as
tbesau-si burning fluid ever used. It W ill
not explode. HUg.lil-lf.
"il-liutiful Suow ," wUh I'll its purity and
wLiieucssuoes uol iquai Eluinu Oil, sold by
Jo-ui i. Luilyy. aug. il-tf.
Who lias smoked a "Lost Bet" cigar, for
five cents, al Josh G. Bailey's, and did not
get the w orth ol his mooey, bug. 31-tt
Woiidcr.'uJ teductioii in Dress Goods at
M. hu.l-e'o. seplRt
Ladles, now ls your lime to purchase n
cleanl lull hal or bonnel, at prices thai
would astonish you, at M. RutUe 41 Sep 1 7 tl
Rmieinber Al. Kuttlo will anil you your
Fail Miiilueiy cheaper thou anyoue. seplf
New Fall Goods Just arrived at M. Kut
If'Ixist Bets," at five ceufs, are not worth
the money, tuen Josh G. Bailey has been
misinformed. Try one. aug. 31-ti.
We can find whole
vouch tor tbe"lyjst Bet'
at Joah G. Bailey's.
families who will
cigar, at five cents,
Ourgoisls aie louitbl lioin first bauds,
from manufacturers; saving a douuie pi oh I,
and giving our customers uu ben oh t.
Sijtilu.m Trade J-'ulacc.
Onr Readv-madec othlng is lietter made
riio id per cent, cheaper ior same grades
than custom gisais made by small dealers.
Come auu see ior yourseii.
Suitftcrn 'Jrude lixlacc.
We bought all our fall goods lor cash,
uierei y eoBoniig ua u sen ai tue am ail eat
Southern Trad Jilace.
Every article at New Vrk prices at the
Southern Trade lUacc,
We are resolved to sell oar goods at so
small a profit tuat the people must buy,
thereby enabling us lo keep our stock, al
Southern Trade JUace.
New style Night Luup fox sale for 25 cts..
Wo c m sell you i n v kind of a Hat you,
wnt. il) utnl imcr.
MiS-2t. EMI'.KY A Fkikkmok.
The Intof.t thing out In the wnv of clgsro ts
Ihe Lime Alamle,' which, bents every-,
'illl.g. Tl'CKKK SfcDIlEKUV.
Cull for the "Little Mamie" el arat
SUS 21. TlCKF.lt & SKIIUKKKY'S.
L!IM Mamie" cigar bents nil this lime.
( ome aud try one. 'i rci; F.n A KbHKin v.
I! Hire and go lo the Restaurant at Tuck
er .t Sedoerty's tor your jresh Oysters slid
Vegetable Soup. S2S 21
llemembt-r Ine (.adUBiind ( but li men's
Restaurant will be opeu oil Alouduy, Octo
ber 1st, is. 7. SJS21
Perfect oilier will be u Scialty at the
Keslauraul of Tuclier A sedbeny. SJi 21
Nice, c an and attentive wuiters at th
Ivuilauiaui of Tucker , Sedberiy. SI'S 21
Little Mainie" only j ceuti, at Tucker A
Seuuerry 'a. t-2 21
A thoroughbnd Jeisey cow and bull calf.
Appiy al luis oili.-c. uug. 1011.
New Goods received weekly during Hie
enliie season, and sold ai ca.-u rices, ul Al.
J. Bryaul's. aug3-ti
- - -
A failure to liaio nu our H.a li of Dry
Goods, v uilhliig, itoois, Shoes, Hals, etc., 14
an opjioiluulty lost.
,ji.i(i'.ru i.ti'i; J'.''(tcc.
file d. cided bar ...:1111s we sre now ofiorlna
coiniiieiiil liieiii.-eivi-s lo all intelligent pur
chasers. S-mHn-rn ''-''' J'il'i;t.
Ouglit to rousiiU-r wiiele sua' cuu get the
most value ii r her money, l aoii' lis w lib a
call, and coiivn.ee youiselt thai we Bed
lower man lue ety lowest.
,So.i.'ii nt 'J'i ddt; I'tikii-i',
II tlie Slienll tries to srresl you us a va-
grain, 111-h lor a B. f ciar, al Josh G.
iailry a, ami Heal hlni ,1 ..as 11 soot ling
t licet. Try li. ai g ol, 11.
The ulglils, ..r l Lie pus: w eek, have been
hi igot a..d licaui 11.11, luit they se. m dura;
ului ureal y luueeu, w hen coin p. il ea to the
.1,1 h I maac Hum Eiaiuc on so.u by Josh G.
bai.ey . aug. 31-tr.
Tlie Hucl'.eye bus ir'.ues wbicli ilo lu the
l iller pi inciple ca. led L-culiu, which have
been uiiiiz. d lor the cure oi Hemorrhoid,
or Plies. Il siiil .-riiig w .tn thai iliseas.i 11 so
Tablet's Buckey e F.ie Oiuinieul, only it
Ceuls a bvllle.
If You Want
Fiis'.-ciass Par:or, Chamber, Dining Room,
Hail or otli.xi 1' iirniture. Spring Culled,
Hair, Cotton, Cotton Top, or Shuck Mat
tresses, at 'ow prices, cu.l lo see or cones
K.ud vvlin Weakley V iVaneii, Nos. 11 and
18 inoi tu Co. lege, Street, Nashville, Teuuea-
On meeting a friend the lii-st Inquiry Is al
ways regarding bis t.eallli. Why'.' Because
heullh is oi lue liisil considerations; y el
many will sit in a Cold, damp theatre, re
gardless ol weak luugsauii n .ckin cough.
Disc.nd some ot the ephelllei al picas h li s of
ihe day, such as liieaiie-goiu ., ntur n-nuk.
lug, iVc, inxl invi si your snia l cnange 111
koiueitiiiig Ihai will be a lasting lament,
i-or iiislai.ee, i ou-cus' Coiniouiid Hon.y of
Tar costs only "m c uts, and wi.l cure your
Cougn, Cold, aud all diseases of the lliroul
South America and Southern United States.
owlti'4 to t lit-lr warm and delightful ell-IliaU-s,
t neir In I'.anii anls Ll'oW suliov front
loi ptd Livers, 1 iijigesi ion and al diseases
lO'isiu iron a oi.-ordi-i d stomach and
boweis. 'They should ol course at a 1 llinen
keep lue In er active, and loour remleis we
would recommend Tablet's Vegel-ible Liver
Powder. Taken in tune, win oltell save
money aud much sinlei iiig. 1'ricd ."id cents.
A throng of sal!, rets with coughs find
colds, s ii u l.i I IV go S-juta lo enjoy tho ethi
real iiiildncss ol I tie I in. I ol Honors. Jo
tnem we -A-oiitil say I he necessity ot I nut cx
pensiie trqi is obvialed by Compound
Honey of Tar, whicii sp.-isliiy v an. pushes
tlie coughs and coids incident to tin- r:c,oi
ousclim.'. For puliiii: spe ikeis It surpasses
the Deiiiosihenic reglnieii of q.idibics and
sea shore;" clearing tho lliroul iiulil thu
voice i lugs wi h I tin silvery cvhuieo d a
Is-ii. t .-e I oio.ouiid Honey oi 'Tar. Price
6u cell Is a boltie
Murder Will Out.
A few years ago "August Floa t r" tvs Iis
I covered 10 be a c.-rtan. euio for Dy spepsia
I end 1,1 el Complaint, a lev t mo I iysp.-pi le-
made known lo their 1. lends how ca liy
and quickly tbey l:a I bet n eiir. il by lis uc.
Tbe great inerds oi tinKl n 's ACi.iist I- i.ovv-
KK Is caine liciKi li il iniongii ihe coiinuy
by one sufferer to uuoilier, uuiil, w ithout
ad vei tislug, Its sale bus In c.oi.ii immense.
Diuguislsiu EVEIvY 'Jo'vV.N in ibe I lined
Staus Gie scliiug II. No pei-on suucrliig
with Sour Sloinacii, Sa k ilcclacne, t on.
1 1 veness, 1'al pit ul 1. ui ol l lie Ueil, ludlges-lb-il,
IvoW Spirits, t In., -iii Ihkii Hum dose
withoni reiiet. Go to your Diuugisls, 'Tit
comb A Tow lei, and gel a bottlt 7u ceiilsan
tiy it. SulUii e boll les lu cents. Juue.-J-l
When you go lo Nashville, If y ou want In
I buy or lima ai a un-e s.:i ol cioqiiel, ti vu
i loeipede oi a bcautitul b.ioy carriage, uil
bud cX a initio Ihe spieuulu avsoi l.mclit of
D. N. Ney inn. Hi Nos. lis and -I i i !' ui loan's
oiu Klaiitl) Public Sipisic, Naslivlue, juslas
you ro up town. Jio seils .lieui, ssheilias
evriy tniiig eisu in sloes, ai. lue lowist po
slb;e rates. His sli c ol leading mallei, iu
Isjlli olu and no iiilrdeiianeous lisrks, can
not be beal Souili ol too Ohio river. He al
h i iius In sliark a laigu coiiecllon of the luu
clest note Juvp. r, In ooxes and out ot poxes,
thul he a ! at wondei nn low tales, auu all
he hsks :s lhal you see ins siy les aud get, ina
pr.Ces belolo ouyiug elsewneie. We had
siniohl loiotteu lo make ineulaoil of tht
spelidd slock ol base balls ami lulls be has
ou exposillou, but If auy ot our boys waul
any thing hu has in this hue, be Is sure to
sun ibem in auy sty le auu al any un
they waul. aiialT-oiu.
We are authorized to announce Major
JOHN I. W JcLlA.visON as acaudidale lor
Mayor ul Coluiuuiu.
We ure authorized to aunounou JJ11N
LA IfA, J a. , lor May or, ai lue tusuiug No
W I- ure uulhoi t.ed lo announce. Ibe huiue
oi .,i. w . .. D.v Is, as a cuuuiuaie lor Slier
lff,at the eosuiox August tutliuu.
EOll CJJtrVJT LUVHT L LKRK.
W e aulhori.'.-d to auuouuce T HEO. LIP8
COA1 li loi cucuil Coui l Cm iv at uu oexl
luit ci j v:rr i ncur clehk.
We are authorized to aiihoutico A. S.
A Kl N ior County t ourl Cicia ul thu enau
log Auaust e.vci ion.
J ulC J KCtil EH.
We lire au'.bo;i.i d lo anno une.. W'. T, ED
W Aliiin, us a cuniiitiale lor ouuly iiusioe.
alluu ensuing August elecilou.
.We are aul hoi i." d to Uhooiince i. St. V.
KlN.Elt ioi TTunlce at the i iimiii, August
run uhinsi hi;.
We are niiilioi."d to hiiuoudic JiiHN
L'ARK ior i'.ti:tci ul lue cin-inng August,
James S. Hastings vs. Augustus W.llustliqs
l'ursuaut to a il.auee ot the Woiwhlpful
rc iiuly Couri of Maury county, Tennessee,
renderd al its s iiu ni lu i lei in, 1S77, lu Iho
H'.ovu sly led cause, 1 will sell to the highest
and liesi bidder, ul H.e coin Idiouse door lit
t he town ot Com nil. In, on Monday, Ihel itli
day ol Gcuiber, H77, the Pillowing describcij
tiaclsof land, situaieil lu the jf'in civil ilis
trict ol 'Maury county, mid bounded as bil
lows, to-wit : Truer No. i -i; ginning al a
stuke on 1. Fit.eiuld's noun ImhiuiIhiv
Jlnc; tbcuco north with ol l.cr lines 1 12 poi, a
to a small i ee. n ou ino couiny line, iioiu
Inch soul li 1'' di ci e. s ;o t in 12 links Isa
piqilur iiiarKeii as a pointer; thence south vs
iiegieen wn h tbu coiiniy line . poles to u
dogwtKSl and gum, John Saltei field a north
west cornet ; tin lire w it h his line south 1',
decrees, west 1 I t s)lis to a hickory, John
suiterheld's south-west coi ncr and P. Fll.
geralii's north boummry ; thence with Saul
due to t be beginning, continuing 2.1 a crew
aud L1 poles. 'J racl No. 2-liegiiiaiug ut
slake, iteuben Owen's north east ornoi;
thence south MS slcs to ail ash, Reuben
tlwen's south-east corner, aud Alslen M,..
Meeu's north iMiundary line; t heriee west 21
pob-s to a beech; thence north II) degrcw.
-Kl li poles tu a hickory; tbeiica) jioith 1
degi'Mi, weal o'-i polca U) a slake, Ruuoeit
Ow en's norlh liouudary line; l hence east ."si
Eilea to the beginning, coiiialnlitat 27 acre,
tlhebuuie more or less. Tract No. A -lou
uded on Ibe esst by Hie IuihIh of M. M.
Thompson; ou the south by the lands of E.
Galloway; on the west by J. M. I lakley and
ot hers, uud on the uoilli by the lands of
Galloway and others, containing .'10 acres, hu
the same more or less. 'IractNo. 4 liegin.
uing al or near a pin oak sapling, in Al.
Thompson's liu ; thence west I'.u poles t a
alake, E. Gallowsy s north Uiuudary Jtne;
thence north h.i poles lo M. S. Thonj-pHoii'
corner; thence east iti'j.' i t-j u ns-k,
Martin Fitzgerald's south nouudaiy Hue
I hence south li'j poles to a bunch oi wil
lows, Pieaaaut 1 fligerald's south-west oor
nei; llielioe south-east 24 poles lo a box el
der aud ash, Fitzgerald s comer; I hence
south .'S sles to the larluuiug, ooulalulns:
; acres, bn ihe same, more or less. SaiJ
huids will be soid upou a credit of one, two
uud three years, except ibe sum oi tilty dol
lars lu cash uu duy of sa:e to pay costs.
Notes with approved personal secc.r illly,
bearing interest irum day ol saie, wi" lie r
quired of the purchaser or purchasers, and si
ilea retalued u;-on said lands to secure the
payment of 'he purchase money.
BepL li, lt77. A. N. AKIN, C. A 0
I hsve this day act my sou, John Speed,
free, to act for himself. 1 will not claim Uie
proceeds ol bis labor, nor la icspouaible lor
IPV nf ids eoulructs or Jiabl'-'leN.
fcepU ai-.W W. I , bl'ULV)