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liS. B AKNKTT. T. H C'liHE.
Attorneys at Law,
(lfliw:-m Went Main nireet, .mnii-'f "u
ctipr.nl by Tboiuaatt uaruen
WA1.KKK UKEEN. H. . THOMPSON.
Green & Thompson,
Attorneys at Law,
Will practice In all the various courtl of
Vaury i.n.1 adjoining ountlc- at
tention given to eo'loctlous. Jn. l-tt-iy.
Attorney at Law,
v. lll p-aelice iu Maury nd adjoining
counlie. jau. -Jl-7rt-ly.
C. W. Witherspoon,
Attorney at Law,
Will attend with promptness to nil Igal I
ns!us eutrusted U hi care. In Maury and j
adjoining counties. Sulci Ml.tentiou to rol- ,
leci-on Hi.dwHlemeuMGf all kuda. Ofllee. ,
Vl-l(lboriie Jilock. j:iu. i-7I--ly. ;
P. H. Southall, Jr., j
Attorney at Law,
Columbia, Tennessee. ;
Special attention lven to collections, j
Otltce: Wbittborne Block. Jan. l-7tt-ly. j
A. M. LOONEY.
Looney & Sykes,
Attorneys at Law
And Solicitors in Chancery,
.!unib-.i, : : : Tennessee..)
W. C. Taylor,
Attorney at Law
And SoUctor in Chancery,
i!7t.-e:-V.'itU McDowell A"
tlioi lie ilh.ck.
O K J. -'. TAVI.OH. K. II SASSOM
Tavlor & Sansom,
Attorneys at Law
And Solicitors in Chancery,
(Jul u m bin , Tci 1 1 twc.
Wi'l praeMeo In Maury ami adjoining
rnun'.ies, nnl In the Supreme anil Federal
Courts at 'Hhvtlc. Special at tention Riven
tu the eoil-ction of claims. Oltlec: Sontb
ite pul!ic wiunre. jan. .s-Ttly.
John V. Wright,
Attorney at Law
And Sol'ctorin Chancery,
Wliitthorue lllock, Vp-stalrs.
A. M 111 (i'.lKS.
a. m. Hughes & son, lYouths and
Attorneys at Law;
And SoL'citor8 in Chancery,
( 'oitimbia, 'i'miiiN-ee.
Wi'.l pvactlwu in Hie Courts of Maury
li'.tnlnn counties, and Supreme auu rci
thI I'ourtH at. NaslivLle. 'i'lie Rtiiclest at
t. n'.i'.ii mil !ih mvt-ii toall liusiuefs puliust
r.i i'i ttiiir cxie. Urtiw: -S.utli fclile West
Wti:i st ric t, Jini door from the square.
April 1st. i
K. C. K'liU W. J. WKHSTElt.
McDowell & Webster,
Attorneys at Law
Attorney at Law
Co! ll u l b i a , Te 1 1 ! I esse e.
KollT. M. MoK AY. H. 1". KKHEUS.
McKay & Figuers,
A'l'TdHNKYH - AT -
Columbia, Teuiii'Mrfl. .
Wi l pructl.-e In Maury anil adjacent couii- j
tic. Prompt attention tflven to IjuMiuea
iitrusteil totliem. i:n. ::-Hrown l)lH'k,
up sntlrs. No. 11', houtli side public siiure.
Auu. 10 1S77.
.1. T. I,. COCJIISAN,
Ami. Sol it t'lor in Chaueery.
I'r.mihl ulti Mt h.ns to roltectlous.
No. I1.. Ve-t Seventh tstieet.Co!umbin,Tja
wep7 77 ly.
Mtuscy &t In ni SalUitsr ia Chacery,
tmii'p On the South side of th Sonaref
vliU WUkesA Bullock. tebl6--ly
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Hoom No. "i Colonade BuUdlog,
MAS4HVIIXK, - TENN.
Will Kttetid to all business entrusted to
Ms cure icitli pnnnptncsfi. Kefcr to 'I'tilnl
National Hunk of Nashville. inayl-ly
J. W. McKISSACK,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will at I end strictly to husliifN entrunttHl
to biin in hhvoI tlie courts of Maury aud
iidjotlimx coil titles, inl 1" tlie uprein DUd
KedcrMl Courts at Nashville. CollectloriH
fowl settlements oi an Kin
Otllce Wliiltliorue Block.
mcnts of nil kinds attended to
Han iviuoveil from New York to Colum
bia, Tenncs-ce, where ho will iu the future,
practice h profession, lie can be soon at
lilt hours, when not, professionally eugxKed,
: tlie ollicn of Ir. Tonler, North Malu
bticct, Coiunibln, TeiiK. uov. 17-70-ly.
Houlh Main Mreet,
Board Two Dollar Per Day.
C'arriascs, liiu;iis or suddle horses
.,iwi...i1 .in Mimb.'utloii tottic orom-ietnr
JAMKS 1.. tiLlvST
First National Bank
Of Coiunihia. Tennes-ee.
DOCS a General Banking and
T. W. KEESEE. President.
Lt't IC-s FKir.tlsiON, Cashier.
( 'ol u in Iiia, Tennessee.
i;e:,tli-niou u l-o visit this eKtab'lslinient,
sMU lIwhvs tiiid the best artists lu Colum
M.(. liar Ctittlnu, s-liiivin aud Minui
V i i-i' sil.iUB tuje!- cautbtjlo. AlltbeiTo
prietor usks is uir iul.
1 he undr-rslnnml otr. r for aalo n Jew Vfry
flie (.Kliciclsol the nbjive varieties Ktocfc
t. Hd li'Oit and dnrk I'.rahuia CCherels.
v, for hatchlnsr in season, from all tti
n'bove va- icties. My fowls ar kept In iup.
,rtcyar.is. and bred pure. I'rleeii reason
able and satisiaction Simrord.!
A. A. L.H'SL'UMU.
! 11 V --r rr t-i fi . ;.iTi.-. -?v "TT" .n .ci rfT-, . J A 17 1 TV '.A T T IT "S '. T AT A TTTT
By ALFHED S. HOKSLEY.
T. H. & W.
FALL A ii IS
.V(J. Jo PUB LIC SQUARE;
Respectfully announce P-their customers ami the trade generally
(hat their assortment of
Is Complete, and will be kept so through the Season.
1 Novelties in Cut and l abiic are eoustantly beln cl.leU. iueir smock m
! City, ami eo;ni is- every riitU of kkI, from !ho lowest to
j the highest, bciii- tibipt'.'l to the waut.-i
t of overv buyer.'
. M .m m
In 4m real
iTO WHICH THEY INVITE
! ' '
AunouiK-cs to his eu-toiiu rs nml the public prnerally that Itc-lias
jti-t o.ei.el hit MAMMOTH STOCK of r
EM1U?ACIN(; IL'LL LINKS OF .?'r
Dress Goods, Prints, Brown and Bleached Domestics,
Gassimeres.for Men and Boy s Wear, Embroid
eries, Hoisery, Ladies' and Gent's Under
wear, Ready-made Clothing, Hats,
Boots, Shoes, Etc., Etc,
EACH AND EVERY ARTICLE BEING
4-Sl'EClAJ- ATTENTION IS CALLED TO Till
A FEW LEAD! N ' ARTICLES
iixtnlo 4-1 H;e:.cheil Do'.ue-ties tit " cents per yard.
l'.iowti 4-4 Ili iivv :sin-t injr at etits pvr yard.
lOvtra OwmI I 'k I 'Tick in- at H and 1" cents jier yartl.
Late-t Slli s Dios Co-kIs at S and liieeliU per .va.nl.
HH fi.ees Ketl and Whit- Flannel ttt eenl per y:wl: lx-luw. value.
,VHi Latest St vie Ladies' CUak-at Maniifaeturers ttt.
Jood .leans trom l'. i i nis lH-r yard and upwards.
Canton Flannels iioin 7.1 cents mt yard and upw ards.
1M Dozen Latest Slvle 1 hits at One Dollar u piew.
i i i i., l. :, .. irnn.i,v,i Suits
and t'hev iiltM Ik- sold. I have ihe largest and ly far the hest uiude etoek
BOO'IVaND SIIOF.S. Every pair warranted.
NO TROUBLE TO
id DALE, my
j ly'sak-snlcn, will take pleasure to show
. 0.O3NT 353,
W !lb ISrlS naus'rTab'l'tou
' V . .. , .
liryt.iKids wui Dtia iiicirioch.cis ,'"',",
UoUfC. St t)t.i-li .j
l Picture Frames, etc.
t.av moved my stock of Hooka, Vlctures, and In f2.tb?n?nJ
fiiMCik Sloie to my Old .-Stand,' next do.r to the PwtOffiee, oppoite Nel-ou ri. . ,
TVTTH T1. I
Ijfj JYLK J JW Oil I
To the People's popular
-y . . , . .
H I !N
PRICES OF ONLY
ofClotlihi'jr at Fifty Cents on
SHOW GOODS !
very avoniniolatiiig and gentlemen-
In. .tlfll 11V I Un'UMUU LUIIl ill. W , . .
ll CKONK l'roprietor.
WALL PAPER, SHADES
COME ALL !
low price Book Store;
COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY,
& New Fall Stock
Lower Prices than
We are dctermiiieil to ilo a L-rp JJuiin.
to inspect our feJoi k aul price.
ra t,w f.imilpto. ami eountrv mviehanH ean buy their gnods from us as
cheap as lhty can buy iu Louhvil!e, Nashville or Cincinnati.
-r.,, r , r..:r I., .., ,1. ii j of
W and l,(!Wis Counties, that we buy, syil an.l xcliauo Rtl kinds ot Couulrj J'ruduie
tor Cash or Urocei ies; aud the ci! !.eus of Columbia that we aeep on hand a full supply ot
:.i.i.;....u i.,,..L i..,- i - r. i -hi.-itcns. l'reh fruit aud oyalera iu aeasous. W e
i.. ...i..w ..-. .1 t, ,ii
band the com in!; winter, in fict send, us your order for something to eal or coal to
i.i.n. unit we will deliver the same to your house at the lowest cash pris. seplls-jni
FULL STOCK OF STAPLE
IS l wMWmmA
S3- "7". GrAMBT Trit
Cor. Main ami Eiht St
AND ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE,
VOL' CAN A IAVAYS HKl.h. TO r
I the undcrMSned, eall the attention
ly that 1 am now
GRAIN AND COTTON BUSINESS 1
, ....... .!.., . ,i. ,. , entire itu iit.i.m to tJralp.
air w lilch 1 am pnyln! the lli-Jbestalailiei iTiceiu raj,u;anu i am Rtwayn in uio ruarKet
no mill t-r whether it is high or o-. So farmers or dealers will always do well to soe me
i...i-n su.nii-,. their nroducc. 1 also desire to inform the public that I have removed my
eutire stcx-t ot Ui-oeeries iuu o. yi I'ubitc
Hlnesitouly.aud Invito my old customers and
....... I 'In... 1 4 . 1,11(1 mLVH IJIKL'U 1 11 A IHIIlia.l . 1 UVUCl fn Ik . - mi v 4 1. Vilt V V 1H.UI uu
leOteU KlOCK. Ultl Vry luail&iui in; inrmn.uu luc I'uuuf bcuv.j ivfi uuciiu
atroiiae exteiiaeu to me in tut i'ui. huu
Lui-'tcr me &ame cvuriCTj iu m ni'.ui.
PIANOS, ORGANS. MUSIC.
And all kinds of Plain nnd Fancy Stationery, at prices to suit all cus
tomer. BSr Atrent also for tlit-finest atul swvH-test toned Or
gaii THE SMITH AMERICAN.
CALL ATTD SEE HIM HO. 20
ever Offered In Columbia!
Ibis fall, aul eoidiaJIy invite all
& Gi (Ford,
M;mrv. M-.irshall. Htckiuan. I,awrenc and
u - lih i- ial. and we will keD a full supply on
AHD FAHCY GROCERIES !
OFFERED TO MERCHANTS
of the tamers and the public general
(.-tltiii mid all kinda of Country Produce:
sviuare, ioriueriy oceupieu oy j . u, jjona, K-
friends to examine that lare and well ae-
v yjnt o jr j-rr w wuuuiuau tv.
MTiohiuK' and Retail Dealer in
SENTHAL.-6 BRO., L&TEST
HALL KINDS OP BOOKS !
AT BOTTOM PRICES!
CHEAPER THAN ANYONE !
PUBLIC SQUARE, COLUMBIA, TENN
J O H N
-J-IAS JCBr liKCKIVED TH V.
Whieh he stieetetl ami
OF THE LATEST STYLES,
O'ENT'8 rUltNISHU GOODS,
Alwaj a on baud.
.I'I ISOTIOrtl I'HICES FOU CIS Ml.
Has a large lot of splendid samples, and is
OTTER NSW A RE.
Xi, ' '
Lamps, Cutlery, Spoons, Castors,
0 ST TU tb
Window Sliades, JUtc,
As low aj they chu le M)ld,Saud for Itoollus, UutU-riug and Kepaiiln, call at
No. 9 South Main Street,
ou propose to bntt'i or improve your
July -J), 1S77.
JOSH 0. BAILEY & CO,
NO. IS NORTH HIDE
AT LEE BRTAS'S OI.D STASD.)
n li I
Br n , Mm:,
Perfumery, FancyToilet Articles,
For Medical Farposes, together with
FIRST - CLASS
Special Attention to Physician's Prescriptions, which will be filled at au
A TT T lTTltTT
Wholesale and Retail,
Emporium of Fashion,
MRS. M. J. BEYANT, Ag't.
K.oterlck Patterns for aale. tslamp
log and i'luklnif done to order. Juue.-U
T. F. SEVIER, PnncipaL
H. B. EDMISTON, Associate
The first term of thla school will open In
theCollfwe Building ou Monday, Sept. 3rd,
1577. Tuition from 1.'J0 to HtW per month,
according to advancement. An Incidental
lee of UJ0 per term vUl becbarxed each pu
nil Ail bills due at the end OX each school
month. For pupiU entitled to benefit of
nobllc fund, no charge -will he made in free
school at nil lea. For circular containing
. v. InrvmnMAn. ftnnlv to
nr It. 11. KliHl8T'N, Asso-iaifc rnnnpai.
i.uiehascl iu New York.
HATS, liOOT.S AND .SHOKS.-
Kvery tiling will be bl
agent for ltovllo Co., N. .
... it I ..nmInK filir IICW stock Of
propri. , - -
all articles usually kept on sale In a
WILL CEO IN
SEVTEMBEll THE .7, IS 77
cir.iiic. .iiiln? ure of btudv. and otb
er oaruculara, M be sent tin application
to KtV. OKU. JiiiLK 1:1 I t Kccior,
julvl:ly. Coluuibta, 'leuu
JOB T. TL'CKKK.
W. K. Tt'CKKU.
J. T. & 7. F. TUCKER,
Wholesale and Retail
North-east Comer Public Square,
(,hnnhin. : : ' : Trrmcwc
Iiealera In cotton and all kind of produce,
Liberal advance mwenn r"nn more.
rJ0Hc Jfnll rJ?cni
VOL. XXIII. NO. 13.
Trinapi cf TiEserti: lertriae.
Senator Tlitirman, in his recent
creat MiH-eeh at Marion, Ohio, exprt-s-si-s
o-.tr views fuliy to llnyc itinl
his so-ea!Ie.l "S nilhern pil!e.y."
Hoyt- not only jrot the l'lvsidem-y to
which he was not entitled, hut he now
elaims crtslit for itdoptinsf a policy for
which the Northern Democrat have
iK'en strtt-rlin'r aji'aiiit fearful sl.s
t-vt-r sinee tin- termination of the war.
Whilst we approve of all that Mr.
Hayes has lone in reference to lioiiis
iana. South Carolina and Florida, we
want to ittve thecretlit where it justly
lieU.n.Ms--to the iiohlt- etlorls made
the Northern l)emo-rats. It any
man who is ilisM,l to pive nave
the credit read wimt SetialofTiiunuau
has to s.ty:
"lx.avinj: this sulijeet, I wmit to
i-ourattilate you, my lK-uiocraiii:
I'riends, itKn the sitce-ss of lV-inoi racy
and Democratic principle. Wr h.t
the Presidency hy the mean to which
1 refeirisl, but ahhonnh we lot the
oftic iv. the caue for which t coi-.-tciided
has triumjilu d iu tiie most re
markable manner. Applause.
What did we tell those Kcpiiblicaii
for len Ion; years since the closv- of the
war? What have 1. in my humble;
way, from thi very r-pot, .sM-akiiur
where I now speak, said to, you year
after year since 1V';V.' Why, that il
yon wanted peace and prosperity and
pod-wiU lielweeii all the fieople, white ;
and black, ilown South; if you wanted ,
ijtiiet ttiul oiilor down there; if you
wanted that country to recover from
its depressed and almo-t destitute con
dition, all you iiad to do wat to let the j
Southern Sttttes jrovern themselves
as the Northern Stittes govern them
selves, and it would all be riht.
Whtit did we hear in answer to this.1
Ah, those Soiilhern men can not U
trusted. So, the first thin? wa to
pive the ballot to the iw-jrn- in order
tliat the ncptKs, under the dictation,
of eariK-t-lMtrKent and Mipimrted by the
army of the L nited Sfatcf", mijrht pcy-
ern the whites. And from tliat time
forward, no matter how carpet-bafr-
'crs pluii'lereil ami consume"! tli-ir
sulislauee, no uiatter how mnch the
lU-public and it institution were
brought into disrepute, there wh Inn
one cry on tlie part oi jK-puonean
lentlers in or out ot ( oppress, "tins is
nceerisury, for the wliite nun down
there caii not Is- trustetl." Wo -aid
to them: "Wherever they have lcn
trn-ted, in-tantly there i law and
order. When finally you trusted litem
iu Virginia, Virginia tiecame a order
ly a- the State of Ohio. When llnally
you trusted them iu North Carolina,
'North Carolina became an orderly
Stale; and if you will do by South
Carolina and Florida and Alabama and
Mississippi and Louisiana what you
have done by North Carolina ami
Virginia and Tennessee, you will have
jiM us orderly government down
there, just a peaceable society down
there, just as ja rfeet protection of the
rights of till men, white and black,
down there a they have in North
t 'aroliua, Virginia ortlhio itself. They
wouldn't listen to us ln-causc the lead
er of that parly knew full well that it
was not by peace and prosjierity in the
South that the Republican party was
to tlourish; they knew full well that
the moment they were left to povcrn
thenielves, as you in Ohio govern
yourselves, without the interference ol
the Federal (iovernineiit, without the
interference of Federal bayonets, that
moment the intelligent portion of the
people of the country would exercise
their natural inllueiice, nnd then there
would be an end to carpet-bag govern
ments in the Southern States, then
tlu re would be an end to the Republi
can party pretty much intlicSouihcrn
States. That these nu n knew , and,
therefore, they insisted U)on the ear-iel-bair
and ' bayonet governments
throughout the South. And do you
remember last year what was the
staple of their speeches'.'
Wi;i:i TALK 11V ItADX.U. M'KAKKi:.
Mr. Prrslitenl Have now re fern to a
resolution in the platform of the Cin
cinnati Convention, and to his letter
of acceptance, as showing that he
intended to le kind toward the jn-ople
of the South. Did any body hear that 1
kind of talk from Republican here
last fall when they were on the stump
in Ohio'.' 1 think we might ofler a re
ward for any man who hear. I that
kind of sweet talk last year from a
Radical speaker. Not a word of it.
Nothing but denunciation of the
South. We heard it said, if you leuve
the Southern people to govern them
selves, and eiK-cia!lyif the Democratic
party succeed, they will inflict tmon
this country ten time a much evil a
the war itself did; that they would pile
upon the country the Confederate war
debt and make the Jovernment pay a
pension to every Confederate soldier
und flood the Treasury with fule
Not only that, hut that they would
kill the negroes, put them dow n hy the
bayonet, aud there would lie no such
thins as peace and security in the
South any more. And not only were
these thing sounded ahrnau, but w-p
saw the bloody shirt held up to the
gaze of the jKS'ple all ver the conti
nent: nut not one woni oi tm cooing
of the turtle-dove that we now hour.
WHAT TJIF.Y CiOT AND WHAT WK i(T.
That is the way it wa.. Very well.
Thev succeeded m tretting the Presi
dency, but w e (succeeded In getting
our ideas of constitutional law and ot
good sen; and of humanity so strong
ly Into the mind ol me people oi tins
country that even the Radical 1'resi
dent w!as cotiijicllcd, a soon a he
was seated some people wiy lielorc
laughter; but as soon a he wa seat
ed he wa comiK-lled to turn right
round and do all that Sam Iilden
could have done if Sam had lieen hi-
iiijriiratcd in his stead Laughter, and
t voice "Oojd."l Well, now, I give
him credit for doing it, and yet it is a
little fimnv. 11 is not strange to see
the President sending down a net of
TO SKl-K K 1W KAIih'S XMitiKKS
Awav from hi legislature? renewed
laitsrhlcr, and by that mean ousting
Packard from laing (Jovernor ot
I,otii-i.iiia, when Packard got a thou
sand vote more than Hayes did?
Ii tighter. Ain't that a lit tie strange?
and yet you have .seen it. I have no
doulit but Tildeli would have donejlist
t iic same in efti-ct, but not in exactly
the same way. Then what a howl
there would have U-cn! Then you
would have heard that the Iemocrat
had turned out the lawfully-elected
liCgislnluru and a lawfully elected
Oovernor. Now, then, let me re
mark that I have no doubt there are a
great many who think that thut is
NOT J.XACT1A' Till: I XAST
To which they were invited. IjiUg'u
ter.1 Thev don't understand it at all
And now Mr. Packard may pack back
to the State of Maine w ith hi (ari- t-
bag, when- he came from, and his
lotifia', Mr. ChamU-rlain, froi.t the
State of Mas-achiisctt-, w ho had ear
net-bagged Into South Carolina, and
was running the machine down then
who wa hutled out pretty much the
same way, took iu pack and went to
New ork fity to practice law.
that tic will
Hy the way, I cxix-ct
need uooiit all trie Imw
ttiat lie -an learn in h snort time in
his own ease, if what report mcy i
true. Renewed laughter. So then
it is; Hauiiton i Oovernor of South
Carolina, and Nk holN i (lovernor ol
IiOtiisiana. and every IkmIv ray then
is peace and unlet down there, There
has not lieen a iniruer murlereil or
even scah-l flauahter ill Louisiana
or iu South tj'aroliuu sjuvt N'icJi'.'Us
gottobi fi'overnor of tl one and
Wade Hampton of the otl.er. All i
lovely as thi bright day that plad-
..... i. : ii..
j Ml-llfl l.lis ic-ni'il ll il .
1 And yet it ha been aid, it wn said,
that if this thing tool; place you
were told last fall ,U,t if mi thing
took p!a.-e, that the whole Southern
country would fiirlv run rid with
blood. We told them it w.iuld not;
we said, let t.hi-,- people govern them
selves a W'P govern ourselves in Ohio,
and all will be ninct down there.
And now when this Aliniiiisii;it jon,
against tin-will of tin-majority of its
party, and against the will of thrce
I'ourth of its leading men. as 1 verily
U'lievc, when it has taken llii-course,
when it h.i. adopted this )ctifM-ratic
lolicy, prwiely the results we said
would take place have taken place.
tfr. Eaves ani the Civil S.rvfei Crier.
The friends ut Kuihch'ord 1 1. Ilaye
claim great credit for him on account
of what they call hi civil servii-c le
foriu. What il'M-s it amount to? He
say licit Clerk-, Po-lma-ler. Ac.,
mii-t not interfere i:i politiis, but ho
nnd li'is ( 'tibinet oilii ei-, ju-i la-fore the
iniMirlaut election in I Mo, coiniueuce
an elect ionecrinu' loti.- tlii-migli tihio
and through some of the Southern
Slates. That Hae' objeci iu coining
South and making the -pci-che be
did w as to iiiMin nce the ( liiiii 1. l ion.
i loo d;i in lo deceive any one. Ilis
motive ait- underiood in hio. and
arc ably expressed in that -teding
Democrat ic paper, the t 'hp iimali I'.n
uircr in tie- l'iliw iug bun ing words:
"Mr. Ilaye- issued an oi-deradverti-4'd
to be the genuine e--cliee ol ( "jvil Ser
vice lieloi'in. .No
should b- pei-oiil teij
lion; no K.iiiieat :i
lie made: no Federal
lo laUc pall ill
ut vent ion or elec-
ever should U- brought to lcnr upon
is-iil political ailiiir-. Thi-was taking
a way the ma'-iiinei of the part, to
le sure, but the oriu-r'ha been lauded
ill e.xt ravaga nt leims s tin purest dec
laration for the reform ot the (
Service thai had been made by any
iMvuanl the I residential i han.
1 lie order is not cry obi, tmt already
it has Ik'cii iuosi sliaiiielcs-.l v violated
hv memlicrs of tin- t'abinct. bv men
of high standing in the ItcpiiMic.-oi
party, and by even Mr. Hae hiin
elf. Assessments luive U-en made.
The Departments ha e U-cn tan-m U
ed in the search for Ohio voter that
ihey might U' iliivi li home to vote.
A liiemlicr of the Cabinet come to tin
Slate to put I he Federal pressure on
the people. To crow n all, the Admin
istration ii.-clf, in brazi n diliaiieeof
its own order, slumps the State of
Ohio on t he e e of a critical el.i tion,
applying t he magnet o'.M r of Nuip
and jiaradc, the isa-sita-ivc , iMUeiiee
of the orator- lo the c i nmcnt, lite
overawing symbols of ai;iliorit , the
charms ut the ppecsjoii of a circus,
the weight of the presence and influ
ence and apcals of t he F.ccut i e I e
parlnieiil of the io et ii mclit to t he
tMilstering up of the Republican party,
trembling before the battle. We a
pcal lo the sober judmileiit of (he fuir
loiii'lcd men il' NI r. Maes has not, by
his in. Ii ni violation of (he e((er
and the spirit of his 'ivil Serviei- or
der w hile the pen I liai wrote il i
scarcely laid dow ii, earned scorn for
his motive, contempt for hi weak
ness, and absolute di-tru-l in his pro
fessions for gins I. Rut thi- i the Ad
A Ccnimittee of tie Inc.a-a llethsii:t
Cctferetca rre:est t: Eiro Serte:
cf Ecsslatisas -The Intervew.
RlrllMiiNU InH., Sept. Si. This
Morning I i v . F. '. Ilollid iy and lle.
Dr. Ra les,, old p roual friends of
Senator Morton and cadiic! iMini-uas
iu the Mcthodisi ( 'hiirch in thi Slate,
called tiMn the Senator iii olicdicncc
to instruct ions from the Southeastern
Indiana t'onlerenee, and pre s.-nled
him with a series of rc-ohit ion- pa-sei
hy their Conference at iie s( ssjon -
terday, tom-tiier with a letter from
l!i-boi 1 1; veil.
The tiri lesolulioii declare- the con
ference regarded the Senator'. sjrk-ue-s
as an ex cut of Mich ureal ini)ir
talicc as (i dem tnd from il a formal
The econd put- upon record iheir
high appreciation !' t he mineiit ser
vices, tho Senator ha- rendered the
State and nalion. boib during and
ince the war, w hich hac cotiininn
(led their high resect and prompti-d
the wish that hi hie might lie spared.
The third declare that the calamity
that ha overtaken biui is one lie form
which the clamor of pa i t ies should Ik:
huhed by the voice of patriotic pray
er. The fourth and tilth, that Kishop
Hti ven lead the 'on fereip c in prayer
toOod that the Senator may be spand,
and that two persons iiccommny tho
Bishop to this city to present lhco
resolutions to tin- Senator in pep-on.
The Rishoji's engagement preven
ted hi accompanying the committee,
but he sent an autograph letter ex
pressing his deeji regret at his iUnei
and the hope for hi speedy recovery.
The commit tee Informed the Sena
tor that the Conference had reipiestvd
Rev, J. P. Newman, of Washington,
D. (.'., who was. in stteinlHiice iifMiit
the Conference, ti uddrc-s the Sena
tor a letter expressing the feelings ,f
the Church at his altlictiou nnd their
anxiety for his complete restoration t
The interview between the Senator
and the committee wa very idled ing,
and the. Senator assured 'he commit
tee that nothing in hi personal histo
ry gave hhn more pleasure or greater
gratifications than to receive their res
olutions and vis-it.
Negro Eillel 7 Cass'.u: H.
Ii isvn 1.1:, Oct. I.---A telerum to
the i'lmrif r-.l'irii'il from I Richmond,
K v, speaking of I he killing of Perry
Wliile by Hon. Ca-sius M. Clay, for
merly Foiled Slates M mister 1., ;u.
sia, gives the following Verdict ol the.
Coroner's jury: "Perry White came
tohisdeath by a pl-tol shot wound by
M. lav, Sunday, Sept. :to 1 77,
the testimony- being given u under
ath by C. M. Clay, lie lieinu the only
w lines. e are constrained to justi
fy said Clay, and Ulieve he did it hi
si'lf-dcfeiicc." No particular ac
company the Icletrraiii as to how the
killing was broutiht aliout. II i un
derstood that White attacked Clay lie
cause of his mother's di-mi-sal of
NYnr John on ille Aii'ler-on eounl y ,
la-t night according to report receiv
ed late to-night, Mrs. Illack was shot,
and mortally wounded by Doc Ward.
Fears of lynching arc entertained.
There arc two error very common
ly eoniniited by nism selecting
animals from w hich to breed. Sonie
pay too much attention to pedigree
and too little to form, while others err
in the opposite direction. The one .
yvill select the animal with the longest
pedigree whatever lie his form, w liilo
the other docs not care alsillt tlie di
gree, but bases his decision on h per
sonal iliss-ction of the horse. The.
latter of Ihe two i the least objection
able, since the -lock will lie far moro
likely to inherit the ipialiiies of an
immediate rather than those of a re
mote ancestor. While form and
character are of prime iiniorlanee,
.vet the blood should never U- neglect
ed. I'-pt-clally is this idilit to be re
garded where 'stock i bre d for the pur-post-of
again breeding from it, sine
lie who breeds liom animals
w hose immediate ancestors w ere of
unknown descent, will Is- pretty sury
to rejM'iit of his error.
"Whv didn't you insert mv arti
cle?" asked a eontrihuh.. . "Wa it,
loo long?" "No," replied the editor,
"It was too narrow ,''
CM'IlK At M ha tini-hed I he ros
ter of the lU-xt House, W hich gi -s Ihli
DiiuM-rat a nifljority of elexeii.
Mr. Hayes ha- concluded to
suie his visit to Ciehmoud until
D.-t. I"., KT. ly. it'oiuintjinieiin. j.in l'tl
JU.J rt I,