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TO WNAND COUNTY.
Friday Morning, October 19th, 1877.
rn!l on i iiHi i- -I l'i run fur niliri-, tiy
im nit s. If II I Mint ()' Iti'eiJtttJHtlttrtlli! the
.1 TlitK, PAID IN AIHASfJ!.
JKt: V I' It r) III (TMS.
I ff Herald for One Ikollnr n Venr ! !
Clubs ol I. ii or over. SI. no l'T year.
Tin- inom-y must (iicov accompany clubs.
No. ) lea ves
No. J "
D. R. V. R. R. SCHEDULE
No. 1 haves
No. " m lives 'J: 'M, A. .M.
').:! ami I will run Tueslay, Tliurnday
Ki:i.IUl S I.MLIXIE.CE,
'V . J f I'.. Ki ivin will preaeli al Jones'
,M.lftn v Sunday evening, ii-tober Ist.
- f he tl si uai lerly Ateetioi; ot llie t'eu
treville Ciieiiit will be held al 1. title .Lot,
November 3.1 ami I'll.
--Kev. Wellborn Mooney is Presiding I-.l-ilei
ol l lai ksville Klsuicl, one of tti bent
Juslrie " in llie 1 euner-see Coil lerenre.
Hev. .1. '. rulinuii will preach at Nebo
luM KuiKlav, It o't-ioi-k, a. in. The lioanl ol
Sl.ards lor Ni Im ami Williamsspoit are
jr iu.-s!.-d lo UK-el hi Ihe llmeauil pla-e.
i;-v. Ir. Wrialii, the new Methodist
pi fin-li-r al, Co. u niina, arrived Saturday, and
j-rt -rffhe.1 Miuilny moriiim: and nllil. His
iinriiin s.rinoii was Horn Hebrews 0, 1 1. It
v ax a splendid sermon. He said the distin
guishing lent urc ot llie Holy Scriptures was
i. s Uiniiy lainl and sniile dignity. Toe
Koi .in line nearer the Hiine 1 ban any other
iMjok, D. i Muse it soniewhal imitated Hie Hi-bl-.
M ilioinel. iu .speakinsi of his visit lo
I he Seventh heaven, said it was three days
i-mi-m y between iod's eye-lnows. How
'gross and sensual, and wanting in dinniiy,
is lli.s desi-i iplion, eomposeil w.lti theHerip
I ures say about Jeuo ah. Tile sermon was
was lull ol goixl points.
fltill.AL IN IIXI.IUr.H1E.
i:'V. lr. Tompleton luvsgone to Presbyte
ry in Alabama, below Hfi atur.
Tiiok. N . .) ones, ol I.awrenee eouuty, was
in town refill Iv on biisiness.
Mai r J. M. VV llliaius, one of our leading
lai ini.. wi nt to Nasiiville lH.st week.
lieo. I"., fnivis and wile, t Nashville,
liave lin-ii vIsiiiuk lelatlolis iu Aloury.
lr. .1. Al. Towli-r went, to Nashville Moo
clv, wtl h I Tjecoi (se ! Mrs. .lohn Hell.
Jii'lue I ivid Ompliell, ol Franklin, eame
lo i . ,Ti ti. in i Wed ii. silay on let;al liosiiii.i-.
.lani' s.V. filkiiiloii, ol i.-iuisvllle, was iti
Iowa y. Slerday,l.king as handsome a i ev-
tl .1 iss Sadie C, ot Nashville, the belle ot
'JYiMiessfi-, :..ni" out the laller pait ol last
lX Till man, who Is build a large Mour-
lnv: mill ai !. island, was ill ine my yeu-lf-il:t
t'ol. .1. Ilu-kiiiaii Moore, ol Ceulrev ille,
pass.sl ihniuih our eily lasi Sunday, on Ins
wav lo ..ashvllle.
Mr. T. . Mom-:, of llie old and reliable
bou-c ol M i id ion iV Mm lis, Naslixilte, was
111 I lie el! V I ills week .
! ivnl ii-war. a we. I known anil n liablf
Cas-lii I i-r and pliiinbi i ol Nash vi II", was in
4 '.i ii niina I ins wi'i-li.
JIoku- : K.ilio y went In Ihe St. Louis Lair
by bin. si Ii and n 'turned Thuisday night,
went lo see, and saw.
Hi, w. H. v aliafi-, ol t Ins eily, lelt. last
Tin s.?.iy iiioi nnig on a isit lo l;i r li latlveM
jlll.l Irl-'.M.'S 111 Nlurlii esb .r...
j; t Ki 'ifi-s.ni, ol Nashville, attend... I llie
hriill-i'ul wi -I'ting at Spring Hill Tuesday,
and lifted a on" ol the at If iidants.
I ipL.tim j ,.Jki l, -n employe ol llie N. A;
I; ol N.ishnllf, was ri-eeiilly promoted
(ii a hi-hi-r elerkntnp, o'l'l bts pay raised.
tieoigf I'.i lor, l.s.., if Hi: Ui'! Iioiu Nortli
Tlali.ima last l-"rida. . Tneea. he was at
tiirueV in '".s i .unit to I he 1'ede ral ourl.
,'.,i,'i .J-uiif lljnlw.ue AndifWS went lo
Franklin . -.ii i day to I he le-uniou not the
Koldtfi's "f-uinoi' , but the re-uuion ol
"lYesum sinilli, ol Meniplilii, a liaiidsome
man w it b a liislorn: name, lias been iu o
I i mbia several d iys.
Ir. T. Hlake, oiii. of tin- aides! ininis
el s III I he I . I". ' 'I l u IV ll, ol Nash v II If , was
in own yesterday, and look dinner Willi J.
i.. luiuiap. . ,
i.ii.Joiii! II. Moore was in town Wflnes
,4V, i'llkJlitf piool in a law suit, lie attend
ed i he ei eat soldiers' i -union at Franklin
Mr ilwii-ii' Taylor tl imtnv, une of our Inst
1-iw vers, lelinii' d l-M week iroui Ijoberlson
foiiuiv, acfoiui'iiijied by lib- handsome
' u ..1.1.1 lo leai ii ttiati :i.t. .1. M
..i 4 ...iimhia. as lee led, e siiidai
tislant li.iui keeper lo the House ol llepre-jlifHllve---.
ii . Tavlor. totin 1 . Tui Uei , M. Sam
uels, and Kf v. s. C. l A ins, attended I he
tirand Lleot the 1. U. 1-. ill NashviMe
tlii' v'vk,. p, u ij,. s rf turiifd tiom Holly
HLrinrsSi'iii'lav e einug, )l lid lelt Monday
rJ',r..uii: lor Nashville, to ailend l ederal
4 oil II Ha :l in I or.
..I Yii.luur iientli y mid Mr. Kelley, of
1 . e.ni y, look I lie . -...s l t his place
Monday mol uing ishville. Ml. Kelle
is lliior lor llie FedjMill I ouit.
llVtis. Whiltbotne, ol fehelvnile. baeaine
Ve.vsi. k Tu. sday.atid tier sous, Hon .
4 Whilltioriie, al Was iin-jliin, niid V, J,
Vv'bitliioriif. were telfgraphed lo.
Jl.levJ l.iiib.v.oneolour Ifadlnit luer
,,",,1, w'vnl to !' le-union at 1 lankhn
Vfli !ri . Vunti.it: tor a blK. k-I.eaded wile.
She slioul.i be lrti . lass lor Mley.
i .l' ltaifl-iy MarliU 1, 1 returned tiom 1
toii'irip through !lib llo'reuUMSsee, to see
his lOiaiions and liieiids, ngj.-a O'JO; tf to
--lis '''be .iloiieMsbKiknin well
i-.. , . iiifii. int. J.-ini:'k liHrtilleiy
,i is reeeiitly iiotilied of bw elee-
ii. in as utiuoi'H-ry member ot ISurus Jen-n.-s.e
Light .iifjlery, ot Nashville.
liev. Joe J'leai Ui-z J-rwin was sex-n reelin
Ingonlhe i-leuin" im of Hie Maxwell
House parlor last Monday, by some country
p. oi.le, one ol whom told lb' erowd il was
11 be haudsome nud splendid wife ol liom
! .... .,......' i in, nriiif el v von ii' Mnyor
;.i kJi lhwille. visited W.J. W hit tlionie's
(HiKilv iiifoiour first -class bt-rfiix. rieli
aiuil l.ar W ple ise, siiw ber at tlie Teaeliers'
iJistitu-e, mid u as greatly distressed when
'. bs'iid out sli,. vas married.
in.l . r1. U.ij ii'. who is attending I ed-m-.iI
i "sul as a juror, eame out Wednesday
.....i.i ,.. .-su bis ijinily, wiuj wfiu nek Willi
Jii.-isles. He -eAiirued yesterday UMfHUB
to Nasliville, ak.-"K wiinunu
MVr-Lums M. Wald.-.-f layt. 'llo.
r.t.uifd I.-... L.u.el H.U and Lawrence
I ur- Saturday. Ileli. d up a w lits l at liu
ret Hill, and so d aiioilifr ai Lawrenceliiirg.
II von waul g.l null iii... hue! v, l low
.1. i.. i, w . ..iil. .1. Minki ai,.,-r.
' W.'li. s ige. oi i oluiuliiis, i Mini, L''ub
1 l-.' ,.11 .11 :i llll . I j. I 1 ! i" . r
m i. ..i... ...n .a Ii. noit. Mir liigan. J. .
jfV r .ibgf i.iof, L W. Ilowarlh. .nr-
ill'e. i Hito. I!. .1. Thomas, Centrevillc, Joliu
tisuav. llowiiuciiieeii.J. Adkisson, Nasli
llle weie ll in Iheellv this week.
Mr Leu is I-'. L in.er relumed trout Texas
Frub" v moi inns; alter an abseiiee of i-.tMiut
one year. II e I m vf If d over I lie Stale, and
inet'n.Hiiv p.s.plf Iioiu Mauiy. He saw Joe
I i. it'ii. 1 il Aui oia; Jim-is iloiiig w ell. and u
I , one.
alll wnell.er he Will llimi awioo"
;r H j i.uuy
lady. Mr. Lanier liken J t,vts.
tilK! f ipf ' ! I" go IVII H 1U-M I-.1.1.
Jit. urn 1. Jones p-issen iiiioiikh 'i'-'"
SjiI.k .lav on ins way hai k to Laurel Hill
I mill .iii'.'.f ". Ill' is a meiiiher ol the
Joint !'.'.! J " J inline i.) If linessfo I olllfl
.ijff the mo-t linj-oi: jiii coiiiiijilifi- ol ibe
'l'ieii. i', ol w hifh lie and W. . 'h'l iow
relU'Oll lis inosl valuable Ulf lofu'l's
r Tn. .1. N llliaius, oi Ijhiii iji'ii toun
Iv i.hssi.hJ li.r.Migb In-if Sunday ni iiins, on
I: ' .... (. ,asi,v)ilf, as w muss aiiit ll
J li d it lb-is. Itwan-epoiledtliai that be
-I i'ii its 1 if em id i at if ai I. e lo A . J Land,
who iii-I Imn Heart oiniubia la oiiday.
I l'i' Nasli i' i lie i .... . , rpeakl..g.'jMl
...icaiit.ulfi. iiumfut rceiitlv I.y llie I gly
:-i.h..i -'!''::!!.j: i1;"', :
.UC I our uiun'' o" - "
. ki .. i j in &
uer V . sou. h.-u leader. U ho has al
rea.ll.l.y b.-r s, no. future and disnily,
,., Li in uifii.lsauda..li.iirMsiu au-
Ull''-"'. .. ...,... ....l
Ol IOHOW1I13L .U;f. 1 - ' .... .. .-
nil i ondiictor Wilha...v)n pony yesterday
l.ioi inn-' Mr. llopwoo.l t.,d dan titer, go
ing ! Nash i lb', t" buv line g,.ls; liev. Mr.
ihowu and le v. Mr. Man le , bol Ii ou M;eir
win !o I lie C I'. S nod or I'ifsbyterv iu .l-ilciiifi-rsioll
Imv is, .'ill... HI. KolH'i I IMlk.ot
I iiiey Npiiug, 'lie! M'H'ullough. all
tlnee" .nug to the Bold Iris' le-union at
Fr.iilkliii. , .
Col. I' W. ke.sf , Milf . Mn, mJ L.
1' I i.wisiui, o lie is ol A life Wfsl, Hue teot
vearildiu Amerieii, ilrew straws In w
wt.o should go to AH inta to se- her trot in
rlin Mi- nice lot all ngs. lot. keesee gav
f, uV. s to Kal. lgh. aud lUl.-tgli drew
" . . ....... .. I I.-,. l...,l, Ii.iIi.hI l.lulli. .
L i I
d oung irifiio iiaiit-s v .
b.ok gn ai inlertst in llie ap-
1 .tl I ll. 11.
. .. .......1, ..1 u .:-i.n county
v. w w i ". '
- ,.l ...... .I It. r m 1 o. ' . -(-!'. - "
I I.. I' Ml I II l'-l'. - If I" '
V.'r".". ... l Iu love ui.,i lor
... r. , I lie,
HlHII.it.le Nlllts iM:illl'lll Mli Ulu r
Hr.Clitte. wbo.m Mr. U.'Kotk suiieiM .les.
isalMiasplen.lid loaii.itgulus whoui Iheie
!h uo repioacb . vcepl that I'.' li .''
I'rot. Isb-.m Walker passed tbroMKb I.-re
f.WaJy "it ins way In l-wlsbui-g, vU..'ri lu.
o'ilbl'bilfs iiuii-iiug a ii...io.i -
I'.-llimi jllimau, a vc.y - -
.filial uliiee. tie nas 'tiwi- .'
iaiiriflln- - ;!wn Mills. ' near Spring
Hill, vhu b gives satisiaction. 1 be pro
l.ssir is one of thf J-""M ,'," rigtits in L nl
Itsl stattss. 11" will be ;U lb)r ,lce shortly,
with a view 01 getnux UP a coui,nv
build one ol Ins "new process mills liiVf
Wc hope that h-i may i.Lued, for e think
jhere is loom here lor sitt-U i!i; Ppiv'.prise.
effi or nrn. W.J. WliHMmrntf
Ij' U'.. 'ht.thoi tie. mother of Hon.
..." , ' i,'ljbnio:," awl W. .1. W lilttlioi ne,
of'this d:ci Shell.)' Mile. Teni...
W.-iiisiii'y b-oruin;? ai v.; ; l" k. she was
r,'sl7'j)eai.sol.l .uud :.s ly; mother of
uiiruJ" l-l.il'J'e'bten soiisaii.i H:v s'vugh
I .u:isu woman Ol gieat (nun Nf
. ... , .mil a good woman, lie:' nils
cba.act.-Y. a J V home, who died sev-
hV.. Jz ' L ..roi.iiueiil man i.l his
c I ... J . ' . . . .
M is. W hiii.iorti". ?'"" '
ileHth 01 one . 1-tM iv.ViH'st'.ucd
death, H it ".a uui VVHV
auoim) run ai.
Uo to .1. M-Larkins A: Co.. fr the licst.
nutl clit-H ladles' u rwear, uuJ ladies'
cloaks! . g
Uo n J. M. I. ok ins A- Co., for lie best
and prettiest caiicocs. JJ'Jt.
Uo to J. M. l-arkins .V Co., lor the best,
ami cheapest '"' ""r ; ... r...
,) J. M. lHMlin V ' . V,, (UU I.f:et.
Oil. I . I. Ill l.l'Sl tllllllfSl If. I-
Unto J. M- Larkiusite Co., for the
and cheapest. Indies' shoes, ll'-l't. .
Uo lo J. M. larklns & Co., lor hew style
billion and dress trimmings. 21.
-tin to .1. M. Lnrkins A Co.. for tin; best alt
wool jeans, ilannels and hhtukcls. Ig-Jt,
Ou Co J. M. Jjirkiris A Co., lor men and
boys' hats, IhhiIs, shoes mhI clothing. 1J-I.
Ijisl week v! put J. Hunt Hodge in ;jrd
Ward. I le is in (the J.uu Ward, nud is anx
ious to represent ii.
U. laylnr Hughes, l.s'!., aclc. if.is "special
Chancellor in several cases this week,
CuaLcelior t leining s place.
luu CiMikmg Club will bold another of
its charming nieeiings af'tbe liospilablc
houe of Major 1. N liarnelt, lo-illglil. The
nrtisic. a-s well as the eatables, will be,lii-sl-
Mr. Nat lioliiiaii, tlie polite, niiable and
accoiu mod utihg con tect ioner of this city,
luruished the superb wedding supper ol Mr.
Janies Andiews Wednesday mgut in Ins
usual and elegaut slv If. Mr. IL has Willi hiru
the jirince ii bakers Felix Sln iner woo
has no eUal iu the stale in Hie art ot orna
menting. Sheppard a Harrison Is an o.d and well
known U'i ii. al Hi'' j unci inn ol too Hamp
sbiie and Mi. I'ifasuiit pikes. For years
tliev have slow ly but surely built up a char
honesty, 'HIT deallbg, and cheap"
11 has built up their business uu -
til it is founded upon a wide and snnslail
tial basin. Call and price their goods.
Tlie Southern Trade Pai.-n e speaks to i
Maury eouuty through one column; ot our,
paper. Til1 house is literally crammed with '
the I'hoiffst gotsls, sclect'-d wit tl car., and
bought wit ll jud anient , so that they can be .
sold at low prices. This home is managed j
by men ol ifrsius and business experienc,
while their eleiks, ine uding l.eopoli Jo- i
nas. ar nrst-class. I a.l and see 'or ourseil.
It., - - - i.i i
-Ibe corp.,1 ate ant hoi it les have leaded
the waterworks to Mr . Atkinson, ol Nash-
Mile, lor leu year.. Mi. -l.will u-e new
We are to have another hard ware store,
ill addition lo Hie fwospletiditl ones already
estaiulstietl. The new linn is Dr. K. Hold -
ing. Will AIcHrvgor, and Cap). James II.
Andrews, tinesldeot Ihe large house will
contain hardware, awl the other groceries,
etc. Messrs. Holding & Mc.iregor are urst- ,
cla-s gns:ery men, ami apt. Ainirews uas a
Ale i't'(iiii;uiu iwiiuiuiui.u iiuiiiu.-i vuv
liuril wai-f mail
We taa Ibe pains last Wednesday ulgbt i
al tlie wedding to gel a list of ine presents, !
wliH U Ihe liinle ri'i'i'ivi'M, ami tue tiHines ot :
Hie donors. lhe ivi ic mi numerous, beau-i
Li f u I aud useful, ibal they ullrael.'d general
alleiiliou, ai.tl were greatly admired: A j
Silver W aler Set, Mr. Win. A. Alei.regor; i
Set of Kuril it nre, Mr. James A lulrews; t ham- I
tier Set, Mrs. James Andrews; silver Waier ,
Set, Mr, J. M. Fisher; Muver I- rait Hasker, j
Air. and airs. ll. Jioitiiug: Mitver .jewelry
Can, Mr. Sam Ciirii'i'.ck; snvtr ird I receiv
er, AH, Knox ITemiiig uud Aliss Hot tic ;
I'honipsou: Sliver Spoons and 1-orK.s, AH
James H. Andrews; Silver Napkin
AI Iss Laura Andrews, n er rsapaiii mug, i
MissSalliu llulilai.; silver lard Itecelver
Hiss Alice llinkin; .-silver lireaKiasi uaslers.
Mr. Will Livingston; silver nutter siaml. ,
.Mr. W. J. .Indiews; Cnina lea set. Air. Kuss .
Andrews China as. s, .Mr. . I l'.ia.n;l-.l ?- ,
gaul White I onit and brush. Air. 1.. . Jr-,
vine. Jr ; Silver Napkin Kings, Mrs. Itrown; '
I uina l!owi and I'iiciier, Air. W ill Andrews,
,li.; Itasket. of Flowers, Mrs. S. Ii. Alack;!
Jx'il'h'ii liif.if. urn! I. !).- 'Hi ij,iT, Mr.',
Jimi'" 11. A, nil' a ; Set ot nma cupsautl!
Siiuceisi, Amanda, coioreu, ine cihik; and!
there were many other presents, winch we!
failed to gel. we never saw a grcaier num.
o r ol presents given to any biiJo belore,
aud they were all nseiul. !
OVKIt T11K tOl.MY.
Mr. I)..;. Ilaif'i'.i'.i show d u-, li-t wetk
some ol the finest app i-s ol I he season, rail- '
eil "Latly King. r. il" eiso showed us "i
iiihiii mot il swel l ii! at.).
Mtisr-. Will Iv iss and Ainli'i'W walker, ,
it the 7th district, brought us, Monday, lour
ol Ihe largest ears ol en v. t havr s. t u yet.
llneol Ihf ears, I he l.tl gesl , t:.i. tallied
(ceil hiiuilred giants, iwo lohriefii. ar.tl ohe :
thirteen. Who fan Ufa', this ?
-I apt. James Henry Andrews and
Ii lend, ami I'.iagg and iln-s, wenl to Sowell's
Fpper M ill, last Monday, to ti-h. Nt.t hav
ing iii.k h luck, they reiuriifl the suur tiny,
and at ll'M'k sp; nig tin y hatltheir pu iinvs
lakrii by ao'je-legftt artist, wiiti lost hi'
legal l'f lersbiirg, a., July, is d. He was iu
a.-soutii arotnia KfUinifitt.
A lie n Nolis, Slieiill ol Lewis county,
told. Mr. W. Sullivan, U Nils county.'
ill July la-t, that lie had b. t n Sherilt ol
Le-is"eouiity lor sin years, an. 1 bad opened
t lie tail d.sir only once, and t hei ly lo s.-e
how ll was get! nig tin inside. L".wis conn-
ty votes a solid luluocrnlli: vote, I.i. king ;
ball a tln.t-n or so.
The Sowell M ill pik v .inn ll iyiies in
torms us, is iifai iv e onipiet-.1. and is one ol ;
the pikes in the Slate. Tue gravel was a
c.itlelitally found ill a fornlieid on a lull, b - '
lonifiiig l. Mrs. N'auglian. How tins liver,
gravel ever got there is a nii.steiy. The ma
e.i.l nilfved Hiiliou w ill also be gtave.eil.
The Nebo Temple I one" 1 1 canicoll ou
last Fl itlav nlghl, and was a brilliaul suc
cess There ws upwards ni nveiily tloll.ns
taken in al the tl -, which went a long
wavsiu iayni.' ol! 1 he rxpeiis: ..'liai le.l lo
the billidtiig t'l then ball. .Mu.-h ere.lt i- ;
due the pan if i pant s lor llie jut rest, and ;
.eal in M liifh they looK iu geiiin up llie
-Oil last. Wf.liies.biy . lb" l'"h, at
o'fltH-:,, al ihe if sidfiut tit" H . F. A. s haw, ,
I :iler W. T. t sse ry sole linn . l t 'if rites ol
iii'itriiiion v between Air. .1. '. Ken fro and '
.Miss I'.'iiima .1. Kavts. i arson is notoiious
lor his nobility, deserves a good wile, and :
doubtless has such: tor ins beaiiti.nl bride is
tlie iinitiLesseiice ol loveliness. Aiaya halo
ot lnlppior .s illiim.' Il'-tr ni"iif p!4i'sy.
- Mr. John l ili.,i;l..:il, tens a louciiing iii-t-ltlenl
1 1 list rat I'.e ol I lie hi! lei lit ss Hint ex
isted bfiweeii l lie old Whigaiid U-'innerallc
. al lies belore ibe war. I apt. .loliu Cii.ii i
bdl. ol CaiuplieU's Sla! ion. a g-ilbint soldier,
who dietl siiire the war, usf.l tins language
lo Mr. Pfillanl lanl: - He lore I he wai . I was a
Helms-rat, and although I did not personally
know lien. Wash I o.r.toti, I was taught, and
did bejieve Ij I'll to be a very bad man, wanl-
liu' In evervlhlii.' "ooil and n n:e. imriiig
llu. war lien, li'irtlon :,i;i! 1 v ' in
o-'ether uo noi t h I lh.;ie le:rr.(ed by' ob-
serval ion I hal lie was I hi. bi.sl ni.'U 1 ever
knevv. He was km. I, noble and good. A
first 1 could not believe if, bul lor.g and iu
tiinatecoinpHiiionshipcoi.vioc.il me how
uniusi and iiiitiue is Ihe impression men
of diljerent politic il oiiinions used lo have
ol e-ith c;l!"i'."
91l?ll-KI.I.AK 1 1T. JJ!.
-What, a clot ions apple is TKininird's
seetlling! Bring us in some more. !
- Kev. .1. W. Hai.c.v and laiuily , of liigbee, j
le. J. '1 uesila v lor Waxaiiatchie, Texas. Aliss '
Susjei ecij HlJO Weill along.
The I ; mud Jjidg'oi ijood 'JVmplars at
Nnshvllle. eleeted J. IJ. Yy'otdside -uperiii-tendent
ol True K-.fl mias; S. I',. Waikins,
... I. 1- 1I..I.1........ ..-..It ..f:f ....'
-.oajor ..... .,...,.,, v.... ...... ....
damages iwauisi ine. i...v ... i. n. .".""',. ll.pi,ll,, The vonni la.lv is"ilied
i d 't r isi ui'i'l 1 1 lol u i ii hi i be 1 w thalautilul lace awl ton.., and easy awl
: .H'b , . ,1 n. t he I in Tim ' kesuian . e- ; iHi-elul i.iaunels. Her voice is powerful
washoa.d .iK l u' i. in n c hi .ikcsui.in tie wtnnins sweetness and her iu-
hi'r re 'ult'l iu M , a d PewaV'' eMd ! toua. iou, carefulty'trained aud ihorough.y ,
SySSS o ! aoUSi!
- ?SSSS pnte's1
secl II. t owlucior Kiperst.ii w.ls i .tlled ' "J ri. ,,,.1,., ,.,., ,:. uoetrv Her :'ieat
antl oideied the brakesman to let him pro , aL "f t he Usistl.l ''l,e1' " gj, '-, .5 1
ceed. Iterated ..uite a Mir.-CYi- : .ren.lJred witilnnj powerund a,'- '.
1 v- w.i.,1,1 was nnoointeil i I'reciatiou ot a master of the drama. We!
-Ju.Ige.no . W "J?)' mve often heard the "Famine" of Long-I
j ircitJiidge !..r ''' ls "'I, ,' ,' V , ,f fellow read until, indeed, we have tired of!
byoov. ..I'l-jr t t 11 i.u ilt d lei m of , Waiter's execution threw uew
he Jute ,u. ge M m i!. u L. r . t- puse.and her dealh-bed scene ;
thews, ot Pulaski ; "I'l d t.jr t e appoint Mi,in,lm!ia ,ad an almost magical
ment oil the recommendation ot ibe enlue ,,., ,,.., ov,.r ,, T,e "Son. 's of Seven"
Pulaski ami Lawrc.icebu. g bars awl clerks el""?-",;
Judge Wrighi wasrecoinuien.leil i.y a part I " Vn 'ntsi.i 'e' a lcideui v "mi tt-o 1 c h
" l',V.V,,:::;i'ceounlt IT' acHouWne wellnamti'mn I
app.,.;;!-. on ""''r,;'' voice. Hie correctness ol intonation ami the !
sickness, j.q.. J t iiei loultl ot- "o o tber- .r'aI 1ro. iety 01 manner tentte.l lo rouse 1
W ibe 1111... ttpp....... ..,. ; ".',," :' I
.1 llllr aUU il Jl'llin il-u .1 . f.; ,. i " i"
The weM known Plid popular '.ra, ford
House al Cine nnall, under the hiaiiage
iiieiit ot Air. Ih-wis Vaiuleii, is losing none
.0 Hs lame. Columbians, who tllld tbelll-
seliiw in Cincinnati, cannot tin better than
10 n.e i .:" 10 in.
Mflnlyif, two of ti. r;"st oblig:
clerks iu the country, wlil ie e.ur
1. 1st 7"ursu:iy morningii laiuily
ini'i.iiiii:' man. a yoiilh 01 some
t in t lie j
is or l'i
yeais, a kiuwli U;y s.nne In or I
years, a ;
. old wo-
til 1 ie cuiiti 01 Minn.
man. apparent Is I" ycai s 01 ugt , au.; ;rnr
strapping large grown women, passed I
thiough tins place irom Maury eouuty t'll
i lu-'b' w'y to Fat-l Tf niifs.fc. They were all
hart-looted. t'Xi.i'!'! nit man ami oi-.i woman.
We tlitln I learn 1: oi' V le H part of
I ht-y j
coaulylhev haned Horn, bet ,
..... . 1... . 1 ....
Pieasani ie- 1
must iiiiit'i.,iiiu. ....... .... ... .
giou. A one-hot sf v a'.'.;n, milii i:ii.i.iu.u
letl held all their cut '.hiy pav-clous.- ,,,(-
'.'. tile C'''I'.U'. '( '.'.
4 t;.,fy Alnrrlate.
"Two souls wit h but a ' n.g. ;" MjOlllll ,
V' o heal Is that bent as our."
Lafct Wednesday night, in tlie Presl.yto
I tan 4 livrch iu Ibis eily. Mr. Win. . Mf
liregoi' awl M iss i!a f wj:i ws were united
in fur boly bonds ol uniu .i,u,i,y, by Kev.
vl-... ilii..h. 'I'heli' at letidiiu: s v.cl'e: AL.-
Laura AniLlC. ". ' oliimbia, ajuj iir. 4 . ,f .
Fisher, ol NasbVIUi; AJ'ss Mi.e ijsukin .....u
Mr Ituss K. Andrews; Mlsj sail.e D.iillap
Hini Air Sam t hi hihcI.: Miss Hei::" 'lUvm.p
' a,iJ AH. Knox I Kin. 1. :; Miss KllaPII
Itiw anu 11 r John Dobbins; Aliss Vmnie
km and Mr. Ic.nt '-. Irvliif; Miss Nettie
Phillips and Mr. K ' t r;crou-Miss l,niilic
S.nithWtck aud Mr. I. D. Fiiefson. an-: tue
..-I.-.- ui ihe cliurch wetv. Alessrs. W.J
l.liil.I'.J'V'.. 1 ...,1'..., ,.u,ui
rv, Julius rieiinug. j...ih
Uolt.lkl. lic.Ksy. The altar and pulpit we."
beaiitilijliy lind i woefully d ratcl with
choice huu u stg' am -o""-' '.' .' ,
. .... ....l..,t ,,-a s utl
I1""." .. wh
the IWOUOglP.U " ni"i - y
the hHiiusoive groom and bis lair nude
MtHsl, wlnle i hat 1 !:i 'si tan oian. wit It im
pressive words, peiior.i.ej !'''. niaruage
ffienionv, w hile tin- atn iidaios weir ..11
t letl. I h'e attendants were nil beautuul.
.. ...... i.ut.i.i' ,111.1 ..jiv. Mit.l the most liiti-
., -r.' "" , . , ...I
u.a.. inentls ami asstwiaies 01 1 nc mr o,i j
groom ;:'ss Mollie Mack, that good wo-
man pud tlue uiv:g!"U. played the benuti-!
fill wetbitng liiHi. b, by , ti, fi O'ev marchetl
ill autl out ot the chiiliii, c.U kt'.-'wS J'"r- I
fcwl lime. 'Ihe church was crowded lo ;
......i-iiou and we neve r sa v as large a I
e ongregiil :0U iu that ehurfh iH'fore on
an otcatiiOM. A V-r t be ',...
rartf returueo: tothefesdi
iiioi.y . tit?
uee o, All, James
...lrew. fbe brnl
i.i!ntr. where ' a de,
livhtful eveninit ': spent, and tl: liA.ppj 1
britle awl hridegroni'were ti.e recii'ient-sof '
the heartiest congratulations Tint si.prer .
s bountiful and elegant everything ,
which ; be appetite ctmlil relish, and pre-
p-ued ill ilK- vo.V ''est manlier, as the cakes ;
wereiuosllv maile by it.e young ladies at
heme Tb'is couple has' been t'm,,'i"l lor
?v'i,a-i. iheroltlei si-.ter was pV-tr e-.iiii'ged ;
s vea'rs . having loved each ot Her devoted ly
fv-r s! ice t lo-)' h-t iKi-F wt their rlappf.
W'Kslsuoweompi. tH. The fenaim .s a gotx
business man. reliable and seiMiittdii, and
he will beatritc and lovu.g husband, ihi-!-ri.te
is iH-iiutit.i! and gotsl, awl will prove
a tiv. te ' wile. We have never al tftided a
t..orea,Vbl1s..c,ts.o.i We wish that their
ItUurcfile tiigei'bir ma ; nnsbadowed
save bv ran-aud rost-ate etoilds, ii:d lliat
prosperity an-t happiness, may difliant to
yl,wcll with tbiou lores cl.
1 IKST i'L' Mil fcni.Y JlKETIVl!,
under tlic new regime, lie. Jno. F. Hughes,
Presiding Elder, w ill embrace Saturday Hint
Sunday ol tliis wk, Tlio new stationed
readier, liev. i I . uo ie, will vs Here a.
that lime. He is a young man
! fatuity. antl wid to be a good pieacm-i
UK. .1. M. W'KH.HT.
This learned, talented and popular niiii's
tcr, of the McIWhI.sI Church in tins place
; lor the past year, linn been traiisierrrd ly
j the Kis.iop lo I olu m bia. We e ougratulale
' the MetbtHl.st congregation thcro oil their
1 gimtl torluuc, in sccuriug I lie serv ices of one
i ol I he ablest ministers and ripest scholars
I belonging to the 'i'ennesce Conference,
j 1IKV. .1. JI. JUUW.N,
j formerly pastor of the Mel hodisf Church
hers aud lor tin? last lour yearn a resnlciil of
in i our low u , serv i ng si u te 1 1 is pastorate here
' the iK'opie ol Uouglas Circuit, lias now to
give up his nice little home, w ith all il.s
comforts, and move Ins lauiiiy and all Ins
elli-cbs, tin ttii ihtirii on Tennessee Itiver, li
Clillou, eighty or ninety miles distant. Tins
lookslikea uard case, especially on bis
wile, wlio, in addition to severing the
lies ol friendship, has to leave ber mother,
who lias been living Willi ber lor several
! ears past; but Iiko the true and noble wo
man aim w lie mat sue is, sue mattes ine
xacriticu w lttioul a murmur, a utlsLrengt btms
the heart of her busiianJ I.y kind words
and a wining submission to tlie edict of i be
powers that be. Mr. Jordan preached two
sp.eiiiiut surmous at Hie Alelhodist Cliureli
in this place on last Saboalb, both morning
and night. Kev. s. Al. t uerry was present
lu nioin.us sen ice, aim ciosea luu exei-
; 'scs y an t'pioni. ui-nun mticinug p..ty
1 er. He, loo, issent oil to Ku lilainl t ucuii,
I near Llklou, some sixty miles iroin bis
pleasant home, i ruly. foe iniii raiit uiims -
try ot the AieiiiiHUsicuinci.aio caiieti on
to make sacrilio s, such as no othei class ol
men have to Leai; but leaning upon (lie
promises of Him, Until t bey serve, they go
lorward cheerluilly . Jesus answered and
said: "There is no man thai bath left
house, or bret hren, or sisters, or lather, or
ft...- .... .. 1, !. !'.. I.....I... !.. VI. ........
1 . . , . ' ..,....'. .. . .,.... '
anu tue liosiiei s. i,in. lie snail itrccnu n null-
u . , f , uow'm tlfis Ulm., houses and
ud H1I(J .....thers, and
c,nl,,rel ,'.,nd land trill i crv '..'ii.s, and in
llie world to come eteruiu ine.
j cilUiH-'U MI'SIC.
! Miss Mollie I aperton, supported by Miss
Kale Alexander and others, presided at the
j organ, on last S.iuday morning, aud Hie
I music was as sweet uud pleasant as their
owu sunny smiles. Miss Lucy McKissack
presided at llieorgitu al night, wilU her -
f.isiouieu ease ana grace. iirs. jitira
l'Uomi'soi.. i who belore she, with lier bus-
bawl, Or. J. T. s. Thompson,? moved tt) Mis
sissippi, was t he popular ami aceoinplishetl
organist ol llie .Viet hotlist Cliureli in tins
p ace, whs present at the services on Sab
oiilh, and wilu ber lino voic-, added greatly
in mo music of t he choir. The JXicior was
present loo, bul lulled to put iu Ihe lull
toues of his splendid bass voice.
Dr. Peun, of Ohio, with his wil'o, formerly
Miss I leuinne Alexander, ol Cartel 's Creek,
has been spending sometime Willi Ins
bioiher in-law, Mr. James F. Alexawier, in
this neighborhood, lue IXicior is a luau ol
Icaruuiu, iuudiigcucd and general luloinia-
tiou, autl one oi i he oesl jiemiKJiaia living.
He practised medicine lor a number ol
years iu Levlsbui, in pariuership witu Dr.
Met lure. Their trieudsbip still coiiliuues,
and was renewed aL llie 1'resbyiery lately
held al that place. lr. 1'enu awl his wife
left lor West Tennessee on last Monday,
making a short visit lo their children in
Hay wotsl Counly. and will then return to
iheir home war Cincinnati.
Mrs. Alatlie li.uley is on a visit now, to
her lalher aud oilier relatives of Ibis piace.
Her husband, Mr. Al. liailey, a model con
ductor, livts iu Howling lii'ceu, Ky., and is
luplain ol a train up there.
Airs. Laura Lrowu Is exccled hoiue Ibis
week with her little daughter, Nora, greal
ly improved. Hugh w ill lie happy.
Major lirowu autl wile are aiiaiii al hoine,
having brought u way I 'out St. Louis some
live or six premiums, ou his magnificent
herd ol Jersey ciU'e.
Mr. J esse Haul lefl his unlive heath lor
Mississippi on Monday, Willi a lol of uis
giis-s, winch lie lined lo p;c;; c.iHon.
Air. Lilly Crallon was out ou a visit in his
sister, Mrs. lveams, a lew days agn. He is
making a most excellent .deputy in the o:
lice ot the 'oiinty I '.nil I llei k, N if ii A k in.
Airs. Smiser, we are glad In learn, has en
tirely tce.ivercd from beratlack of lever.
ir. Kagsdale, til T'hoin pson Station, has
been su tiering from a very serious attack ol
typhoid dysentery. His siiuatiou is criti
cal. Airs, I lou'.Ie.v, ol Ihe same plaef, is vcry
low Willi ty piioul level', Willi sc uce a hhati
ov ol hope ot her ree.ivei.v.
Mr. Oeorgo Keams, keeper . Ibe toll-gate
near tins plHi":, lost ins ouiiizest e hi Id with
d phi be ria. on la-t S.iturtlay; and to-day,
i Monday,' three others, his oldest sou, ami
ins I wn'oauiihtcrs are uown Willi t tie same
tern tile disease.
L's't. I'.cl; Soutlialt. or Willi. inison, and
Mr. . I mi Wilktns, ol Thompson station, bad
a runaway ii: an express on Monday even
ing, in I lii place, 'i ne loi iner was bruised
aiiil Ibis auk ie sprained, and the latter was
'ladly cut up about t he lace and beat!, but
uot daiigciously injured.
Not; I'll AN l sol I II I M I Hi.
M iss Virgin bt L. I; if, tlie I n t 1 1 1 and
fasfiiiHl ing niece ol Or. .1. i. Hardin, of this
piaf, was led to t b" altar nu Tuesday even
ing, t he IM h i nsl ., by Worth l.a'nloii, !.).,
a talentetl young lawyer ol Niles, .Michigan,
'1 be niarriagi' t.H.k pl;:.'e at llie l-ipiseopaJ
I'll. li. Ii, and Ihe im pi essi ve cei einony was
perloriiied by Dr. Jievkeil, ol i obnubia,
white the . I'd 1 1 tones ol Hie organ, under the
inimitable touch of Mrs. Saruli P. Jones, as
the bridal part v en' "l'i d, ami as lucy retii-
ed.gave lo the occasion liiai joyousiiess, j
. WIIIC.lt till ..ur niitn I" . mi.,1 i-i i,i.a.
wedding. The bride, henu'ilul as a houri. i
r looked more lovely than ever, as siie sttxsl I
, ill MUeeuly beauty, iu her ch-gaul wtslding
'i trtii'tritii, pledging her love and allegiance
i hi trio rt bi-r !mi!j. The gniwo, who
is a handsome and iiileil'gent geulieiiiaii,
' seemed just iy proud ot Ins lair in iz", as In-r't-cived
her at I Ii' bantls id bis brothcr-in-i
lai', i r. Jat-ks. Tlie church was rrowde I
; by the friend-, o. Hie Lrii(e, who extended lo
her their warmest coiigral ,l.tl ,ous The
i groom, too, wasf.irtlial.y greeted, even by
, t lie young gent lemen who en vied Inn Ins
; gtssl lortuue. Columbia ottered ttse.uupii
j mentary tribute to tlie festal occasion, in
i tin. nelsons ol some ol its luiriest daiit'htcrs
ami chivalrous men. Ai.ong those present
we nolictsl Col. H. I!. C'joperstud bis elegant
and a--ouiplisbetl wile; tb-oiqe. Wliite and j
Al iss 'iVIri; Hev, . I! ILimilton, and with I
hint tilt! lovely lillle chililri.h i;f Air. and '
Mrs. Tom Williams; Messrs. Wiley Ktubry
autl Sam Caperton, uud perhaps others. ;
The bridal party, together with many mi
l heir fi iends, returned lo I r. Hardin's, ,n it j
t he cereinotiy was over, where it gay and !
happy hour was spent, lie fore leaving fori
the train, by which they were Isirne away I
I in ine,. i,ii oir im.i ....... , . j
i h.te fronTtlie sieam
salute fiom the sleatu wLisueoi ine loconio
i.l' VIVV Ifll U I 11!. t uU HUli LL 11 1.S 11 '
.tliNi fame Walkcrat Masonic Tem
ple. The audience which batl the pleasure ol
wlliiescm.' t he ft rsl appearance ol Aliss Car
rie Walter In i'asljville, at the Alasonic
T. hist evening
ltcui iioii,e cijiii limn
t he teelings ol ber heaters, 1 ine who makes
! sue ii an impre.ssioii on tier audience can
' only t'o so irom Hie deep leenug 01 ner suu-
ject'iU i:'-r luiuci heart. .Miss Wa'ker
has set ii noble e.-. smpl . o, i,u:' SoiMhei n
; girls, and wo are satistliM that i.luviilt; t he
i eoiilinue in her present line, with e. instant
live lit Hi I, stif 1.1 butvi? i in iu ..a n...n..B
tbe elocultouisis ot America. .1 lunean.
NhsIj Lie ajj.: f lititia.
A very pleasing ceremony v.r.s enacted r.t ,
Hit: resilience 01 Mr. P. Lv' y. Is; North;
Cherry sircft. at liall-past ". t.'fhs'k yt-sit r
tlay iji:e,'ii""i. 111 which Nashville ami Co-'
lumhia were l.i.ii e c:.,sele i;n lied by a silken !
lie, Mr. Aaron lioodiiiau, in 1 011.11. 1.1a, 1.11. i 1
At Iss I NI htT I .fV V Wf.'e happily weiided by I
Kabbi Knsf iispi.z. Thf marriage fereuiony ;
wasaber the t.ilhtHtox style. 'They wcTe '
made one uwler a silken canopy, wilb at-
Ilgnl.'d candles, all
winch Vas eylnbohcol " i: home ever lo be
illumined With (Je' otioit Ami lii.e haul ii:;p
pi ness. 'Ihe ceieiiiony, 11 . proiiorjm.ed by
1 In. Kabbi. w as very bt aul iful and iiunri s-
I sive. Al its conclusion, the happy couple,
'and the kiuspcople ou both sides, were
I warmly congratulated.
' j he '.I lowing congiiitulalory dispatches
i from OoitniibW wi'r? red-
1 1 oi.'t:iniA,"J'i S.v., ('s f. 1 1. ti and ijrs.
' A. ttootlnian, i.7 Norlti t 'hcriy street: -Ve-i-ei.t
mv hcartlelt eongraliilalions. Alas-
1 .1 o.s .s.
'. 1 i i t.V. TV k . ocl. 11, is,, . or. auu
1 sirs. A. OtMHimtlu: Accept eougtatulitlious
! aud gotsl ti isliesi-.f
1 W. P. Iviil im.i astiici,
j 1 HA-, p. 1 Kt 1 1., Teller,
I Knox Fi.km i m., Htsik-keepi-r,
1 F. II. 1 AM'l.i:. P.'H.li-kts'pel'.
Messrs. It. Holding. V. F. Kmbry, s. D. F.
' Mviiwetl cml .L.loseph.ol Columbia, were
; present lit the weaunig
1, ..IpjuiiI tfil'rnir WHS Sliren.l. Willi H..V.
...1 niMlr.Hinl appropriate toasts v ereilri'.uk
.Ml Clf fatll .i'i'-i nn, -'. ''.
to I lie hust aud hostess autl to the bridal
'...,i.. -11, .1. billowed music aud the
. ' ' "1
uaiu-c -1 "n 1 1 int.
,'nr 'l empt raw' e ' olu wn, so a'-ly presel
1 . .I i. e, b;-L'i-W. 4. Smith, is hit out tl.js
! week, our space iMiiuij aliuotf eutirely gtt't u
! to the proceedings of the 'resellers' (us:, -1
tute. Ileieatler. the Teinperauce Coiuuin
will beau luipoilaut leature iu our paper.
It leUory -Nut llttntiug.
The AllieU'i uni school j.piis aud lynch
ers will go up the Narrow cause to-ujor
. u'un iwr lw.rii.llli.iv' . .1 ii.iz, .1- 1111.
1 . ', j a rare I real for the rirls. Tliev
,..,,,, ..irt tirvant's.
JLIT HI' I.rrTEKsT
A list of letters remaining in tlie i-ost t.f
fice. at Columbia, Tenn., for the week end
ing October Kth, is. 7
.'. pdersoti. John
ciiniel.-el!; A -I
'urrA n, John
' , ilton. Samuel
llari is, A,:c,
lioi'loii, I berry
Martin, K. H
.Mis .in. iiy. Willis
Met .eau. l.n
J ei rv, Iiir.l '
Thoiupsoii, Airs. J.
Webb, Mrs. c.
Persons caniuiag I.V t,.B hov letters;
will please soy udvei lis"ti.
W. N. UCOUXi, V. M.
Fr. F. M. Fuller, one of our very best lar
mers, and a business man el the nisi order, ;
lias put in bis crop of wheat in better order
than any we have ever seen belore. In the
first place, he broke bis land very eai ly.Hiid ;
! H'". waited not 11 within a lew ilaysot seitl- ;
nig i nue, auu iave ll anotuer luoiougu re-'
breaking using Ibis time turning plows.
lie then seeded and harrowed wit Ii a four I
horse harrow of his own c mslrucliou one ;
el the best t hat we have ever seen. Jl is a
harrow aud clod crusher combined, and does ;
better work than any ol the patent bar- i
io.vs we have ever seen; and wc recommend i
them lo all tanners as the best and cheapest, !
for wit Ii an out lay in all of SI ..m, and three:
hours work, any lariner of ordinary sense, ;
eiu have a number one barrow. Ills very ,
simple In construction will not choke In i
I lie t rashiest laud, aud lias rather a tenden
cy to conveying up all lra.sL than dragging'
il to I tie sin lace, as nearly all patent bar-,
rows do. With a very simple alteration, il j
will do admirable work in soil.
We have leen told ! a loan in Ibel'tlh:
district who siipiurts a family ol Hi byswap-
plug knives. He certainly has an extraur-
dinary tact at the business.
I lied, the t'lli Inst., al 7 p. m., ol cholera in
fantum, lit I le M iunie Lee, iulaul daughter '
of J. H. aud i 1. LH-rrylierry. Too good for j
this world, and llie kind Maker took ill
away, iu which the inieliioiis lather had i
more tbau a realization ol that rasu wish ol
Some unscrupulous persons, supposed to'
be negroes, attacked J. J. Sellers' llock of
i sheep Thursday nlgbt of last week, killing;
and carry in g oft two hue sheep, and crip
pling two others, it seems that they cap
tun d tnem by first breaking their legs with
sticks tir rocks. A few nights previous some
uiiKuowu parties stole Irot.t Mr. s. darner
I about five bushels of wheal. These depre-
I uatious are not ItKely to be slopped uiilii
i some one is nun.
J. I'. Sowell has been very sick with bil
ious lever, but we are glad to state tiiat lit
is improving, and hope that he will soon
recover tiis wanted health.
A colored child died on H. T. Sellers' firm'
the t'lli iusl., of whoopiug cc ugh. Several
co oied children have died during the pasi
i'.un v, ......a.
lew days on Rutherford Creek with Hie
H. F. iVilIiams, the young and talented
oue aimed preacher, delivered a lecture
at 1 jisea last Lord's day, ou the uuion of
Jane Kailey, colored, the raving maniac.
I escapes from custody every lew days, which
i is a source of great annoyance ami e.fit
' ineiit in the community, as sue has on dii
' lerenl occasions manifested a disposition to
lliro.v sioues. Will our magistrates lake
i comnzauce of her case, aud relieve the
( ieties of ourgtxxl teOple.
Our wort by youiiii irientls. D. C. and W.
j K. Kiuiiard, are lalteniug t he tinest lot of
! hogs iu ibis community. Young gentlemen,
; this is a very good Utile lor eaeli ol you lo
lake partners lor lile.
soighuin evaporators are in full blast,
i Tlie yield Ibis year per acre shows a falling
1 oll'ol about iJ per cenl, with lu per ciiit less
When a young niau is seeu coming from
i the city with her, aud the old gentleman
I along with two large baskets adjusted across
; Ins s... Idle filled witii nice things, we think
j if spells ion. 1 lor the near Inline. What do
; you lluut about it, young man?
WlLLlAHSrilUT I fMS.
Hie great rush after sorghum mills in
tliis immediate neighborhood is over, awl
every industrious band has returned to
their cotton patches, to hasten out its locks
lor a worthless price-laud; tune awl la inn
is! In own away in the cultivation ol the
same iu t his stale.
Wheal and barley is coming uo and l'.ok
iug well. We hear of I he lly and grasshop
pers dest royiug the same ui some sections
ol the county.
vl c look a brief trip over into Hickman
Cou ii Ly Monday. Snatly Orove looked ipine
business like. A large crowd was there dur
ing Hie day, passing to aud iroui the
sa:e ol the late J. Harvey Ceci ; ev
erything sold lor good prices. The land
rented, lor t he y ear 1S7S, for tsn i. t ouspie
uoiis among t he Alaury Counlmns llieu- wuif
Ibe la i and inajeslie Circuit Court aspirant,
l'uco. Lipscoiuo, Capl. JtH) Lrwiii. the 4-Hat-1
1 i " t.i Lock aud 1 ' im, looking ipntc l.irui -i
r like; L'l'.i ipscomband Irvine AlcKweu,
1 1 iu baudsonie men ol tlie day. 1'i.ek
.it. ale represjuUtl Wilnaiiisiioi i'. having
an eye on business. J.Oreeu liii.tm, I hal
ste: bug business man of tin Ml.Pleasaut
fount i y , w as on hand. Last I ml not ieasl,
Iroui Alaury, wasseeu tliegeliiul go.j. ItMik
ing I ice of i. M. V. kui.er, wlio will make
times lively in Hie nest August election for
Trustee. The day passed oil t iitrt.lv.
Ir. A. M. Allen, of Sliady orove, Is still
Mr. '. Ileinlersnn, ol lhe17lh ttistiici, has
a si:i jiouud sweet pot do; also two that
weighed 7 pounds, of the Soul hern i'leeu
i'hoi.ias ll.i iuii. il and family It it for
I'.au 'l'liestl'iy liioriimg via Nashville.
J hat beautilul blaze lace chestnul soil el
hoise of the village was lent lo.laketo
I i.fe to Columbia, and he Had to blind Mid
'ill. i lo gel hiiii by a gale on Ibe road. Jake
-.ml, "he. damn it..! he rules him any more."
What an ungratc'itl horse, to make a man
say such ugly words. Hnug iu another
Ml. Netsi Academy had a bug" turnout
Friday night last to witness lis dialogues'
ami tableaux, elf. -;. Win, .McKaunoii
jihs things up iu good siyleat bis school.
Au error in V!lliamsiotl iteiu.s last week.
II should have been Alls. Houston Hit sou
instead ot Thomas.
i s! I le I radc in t his sect ion has been ( 1 1 1 1 .
tin: I lor the past week or so.
Jiiilsoii (i n. I, alias the blood lemnd ol
.Main y , alias I he h liikldx oi the village, is
peddling lish now and then by way ol u !
iioou news iioiu nome good news or us
com Iioiu nuiii, mid lei every
HfiiHK iHl fling lo bis parly awl its iniiiei-
! pies, and such news will greet us from every
j state. Tin ee rousing cheers lor Ohio, and
i Whit t home lor Ooveruor.
1 Key. .1. C. Piiiinaii, our new prt aehfr, wi:i ;
j bold toi l Ii at Alt. Nebo Sunday, and the vil
; lag.-next Sunday. Let everybody turnout
! and give him a warm greeting.
I IU v. W.o. Heusley w ill leave for bis new '
li.-ld oi operation iu t wo weeks-1 louglas
'Circuit, lie shall ever have all of our best
I ill nlges are getting Uaugerous on Hie Wil
I liamsiorl uud Columbia rot I. Whoito
j biame ? ;
t.vriti;i,i, Mrvno. ii kjis.
Mr. Thos. J. Hol.bsawl Air. Darnell arc
manuiac. hi lug a bill-side plow tliat is at
l racl mg some al tent ion from the farmers ot
this ui.ii;i., unity. H is a L,hllr:i.i;gi;e plow
wit I. moitl b.iards ou either side td' Hit; toot
piece. -These moid boards work on hinges.
1'here is a reversible slay or brace behind
the loot piece. This stay can be reversed
t rum oue mold board to the ol ber with lue
hail in a very slioi 1 1 ime. Wbeu it is sur-
porl mg one or the other hangs down out ot
,i, way. This nlow baa several ail van lam
. . .. . '
ver the plow that has but oue mold hoard,
u cau he changed from right to lcit and irom
left to right a ureal deal easier. Tim tnosi
1 lelt to right a great deal easier. The most
i t l'the lull-shies are gravelly, and a bull
1 tongue will go iu gravelly laud.betler than
1 a turning piow.
, Iu giving the names of those wiio were in
Third Tennessee It .ginient from this vicini
1 ly last week, we lefl out lour names, Alajor
John T. Williamson, uow living iu i 0I11111
; bia. Dr.' James i. Wllliah,sou, 111,1V liylug at
! his father's. These two brothers, alter the
i battle of Fort Djuelson, were transferred
lo a liegiiiieiit from West Teunessee. They
! were members ol I apt. Jones' c.i. John
j Branch, a member of the same company,
' living ou his lather's place. Henry Marliu.
; liiemot-r of tlie same company, living iu
; Culleoka. There were seven brothers of the
.Martin family iu Hie tvar; tour o tlem
iiieui.H'rs 01 the .'d TeuU., the Other three
were members ol other cotnniawl!;. Tom.
the youngest one, was iu the Mtreight Kaid
iu AiabH.nn. and was woautled.
The protracted meeting thai commenced
at F.ver ireen 011 Saturday belOre the first
Suutlay, continued uutil last Sunday night.
There were some eight or teu additions to
tlie church. 'The Kev. Mr. Thompson. 01 Mc
Cain's Ohiirch, and tue Kev. Air. .McKen.ey
held the i.teeung
The Ittta- ly the
oi the Chil fell.
Tne 1 hristiau ChiireU In this place has
cilled Eider H. A. Keyuoltlslo preach for
them the balance of ibis year awl next.
There will be pleaching al the cliureli every
second Suutlay ami Sunday niglil iu cacu
month tortile future.
.V very altecting scene ttHik tdace nl the
resilience of Airs gallic A.lKtKoi,, ou ed-ne.-tlay,
the f( h 111st. Ai'rs. Adkisson has
been cmtioed to her bed tiome ibreeor four
week.-. The Kev. Mr. Thompson, iu tlie
presence of a lew iriewls and the elders ol
Alefam's Church, baptized tier and tier three
children. Alter ihe elders hail given her
ihe right bawl 01 lellowship the sacrament
ol t lie 1 no s M.pj.er w.,s administered lo
her nud all present w ho chose lb pin take.
Alts. Dr. Wade, lroin I Isea, is ill the vil
lage, tsiiiug her daughter, Mrs. A. B. Sow
ell. Mr. Sowell's health Is such that ne lias
pot been able lo at tend lo business lor some
time. John Kamsey, with bis young bride, letl
i a lew days agt, tor Texas, where he designs
iiialiing bis future home.
M il Wilkes went to Nashville last week
Willi his cattle. He says leel is low, ami be
ttio noi dispose ol bis al very reuumeraliug
! Some ot the in nieis are Coi.ii.liiii.ing that
i the ir corn is 1mm 11 g stolen out 01 t he field.
1 Two neighbors, not a thousand miles Irom
j this plat-e, who farmed it together last year,
could not settle their business awl went to
I law. 'Ihe amount in dispute was .Uilc
'smalt. 1' it'll oi Ihfiiihatla charge iu his
. account uganit lb,: ot i.er tor 1. .1.1. Is t boy bad
! eaten as each other's bouse o'y iuvllatioii.
'i'llcse ncilibors ought lo be more ul'lghbor-
I Tlie K. K. Compauy has taken tin appeal
ion Hie horse esse thai Mr. Harnett had
agi.iu: t tliei'.. ; 111s win fat's? some per
mit h to go to' the 'cuih f liiiuse yi lio i(iu( raiLn
stay at home.
The Evrr ren Church has recently lost
Iwool its elders, .Mr. Win. Kennedy, by
death, awl Mr. James CoOey, by removal to
Texac Air. Kt ley Iodsey awl Air. leiinelt
racy were iH'Hiuteil to rill their places.
Tlitwii.n'.n'i Bc Epi.o.lith-em-j. T.'rcy
aie turn Who Stand bigh auioug tUo eollgre
giitioti as hieu cl piety. ' ''-
''.. 'he Ed tin - J tlie li' i-'il'l "'l'i Mm': j
Wilj you pletise l-ernjii loe through our;
. ..hi 111 us. to-dsV a-lew Words to' t h-rit irens 1
1.1 aud a'ouud Santa Fe, Afaury county, j
. UUt f
,-111 1 iiiiui. I have bbotvn many 01 jour:
' til:.:-us, very uvorably, tor a liumtier of.
i eaJs; as iud'ustrious, eulerpiisiug, intellect- 1
I ual and pious. You have acted a noble;
1 part in the great contest between ignorance,
: Know ledge, vice aud virtue. Now let me
' .Vpratulate you lu having secured the
' surj'ruesui w Oui vhwoi if-inC. Jclijej II
i ..... Inln ' r.vlt,...i,.iil ol vrsnl ueteool to' 1.1 1
1 retired, qut4 and temperate town -oi Santa
I Ke. 1 tirst became aoiuarnieu wiiu mr. .i-.-'
'lain, at the Fnlversiiy, iu lebanon, Tenn.
1 have known him since, as an educated
gentleman. M r. M, is from one of the best
: iam. lies 1.: Xor-t-esSce. Hi, l' a f.a.;k, ,t,ir
! eaei..', he isVnTplialtt'illy a gre'at worker,
. .... . ' 1 . n, .Knnl ri'I.A.,n, k.r
iriendly iiinU. : 1 u-ills sphere-, as profest,i.Hial
' IKIIII 111 HUH UUt . o v.....
schools are more ecreptiole to ine; never-
theless, 1 t.ow contemplate placing my
sop H. bis school, at Santa Fe. tne tlav he
t-peiis, believing liiai. !r is Ibe rest, rhlng
r.can Uo for icy son. WiWiyour assistance.
' Mr. AleClaiu will buibf up a! great' scnool
and do tt noble wgrk for our youths.
-We reg.vt ,0 .f" t' it.
j Doweli, of Sowell's .Mill, is very sick with
mensles. His chiidreu are aia-j sick.
ison s ktwke i reins.
. pan.v ui i i.ii' r""' v,,,s --" '
county leU lor Texas last week. N.
tlriiues and Bud MeKeimon, with their
faiiiides. were among Ibe n limber. .
.mis. Moiii eiv: iveyvt u mniiiy nave
iimv.nl to JllcKinau . ouiiiy, jeiinessec.
I ? I . I I ..... iu.'iutf. I..SH.. IH r(W...VA.l..ir In,...
... . ... - ,-,
a severe attack ol fevci.
Alissjsellieorimes.a oeauinui iiiacK-eye.l
gu t ot hiimty urovc, was iu tuis vicinity
'T.. . , , ,- ,u I Its ineiKls and weni lar towards answering
Jne..ieeiilj MivsIda K.,orSwan, vason thetiuesliou llial mauy earnest Ihlukera o
tlie creek visit ing relatives last week. n. urcsi'iit tlav mn jslnim I hmiiau.uu
Major Win. BHlle has been t,.iUe unwell ..oil 1."' 8 tUeu,wve8,
lor several days. At present he is undergo-; ti,0 high' place Cbissjfal Study lias ocen
ing i.iedi. al treHtnieiit, it is . ...'."t, Utucauonai .jIlS b, lSe
','M;'.'iw',.,-0...,i?..!L 1.,...,,'flh.. ... i. ! cl.i.lleiigei'. luir.euds u.usl be prepared to
...-.. .1 l. .t.. ...c.'. ",1 '"
to tier old HeigblsiiiiiMHl, and has
ill Peallu since ber arrival.
uimiiihmhi, aim lias oeeu iu
beeu iu ;
, . .
Hog i holeia is disau4eariug
.. ..... I. ....riiiuui ..-.ll. I .a ..U..1 ..... ..r xi-
. . Kjtitmiiya nogs, uu
rr. f ..; ,:r.. ..lee n r L-n ,.i
; , , , " ,, ,
was lavorM,! with large nuil nllviitlVBSU-
helices. Uo Idt uit the t'jth lo hold a meet
im- at. lieech tirtTve. 1 he i.ieeLiDir herti
coul i lined till Sunday night by Killers J. M.
Morton and T. J. liiooks, with eight more
accessions lo the cliurch. There were in all
more tliau forty additions to the church.
Tue veteran preacher, W. T. Lee, was pres
ent at llie meeting and assisted in the exer
cises. Cnllcokn Jotllus.
! Messrs Jo r.alian(aiil. and John tiraves !
Jo I'.allanlaut. and John
j let I during llio week lor lexas. The title ol
; emigration in that direction will continue
i to swell lor the next luoulh.
' .Mr. Thos. Stephens deserves the cordial
: thanks ol all travelers for Hie improvement
, he has made in the road luuuiug by his
1 house ami the church.
; A mysterious man has been hanging
aroiiud town lor sometime past, lllslhoughi
u- i . . i lur.M .ULtuL.i'u. i.c i- i.niiuii iv
W illi no nouest. mccumm
.i,., i,fron who was found peepiug throiiuii
the window at Mr. Jas. Cocbrau's one uigbl
one ol the saddesl siguts we have seen
for a long tluie, was au oiu niau lying druuk
u.v lue roau siue. nc i Biiauger, auu
piovoked the piiy oi an me passers-by, but
ihe leiideiesi soiiciiuue was niannesled by
a dog, which Kepi laiiuiui waicu lor mere
man an hour, over ine unconscious sleeper.
Col. Fitziwitnck. anil other lovers of the
sorl, have ben on a big deer huu.", with
w bat mii cess weare noi, lu'orineti.
lr i ' !:.iflii mill M tss i; llllllA 1 lu 17 la u-Ara
married on Wednesday, the JOth iust., by
Kev. Mr. L'ssery. Alewlrieuds were pres-
oniiiii uic juuuii rtJUKm- Myyou. wjjtnes
and cheer atsjiirKled.'"
Mr. J no. Harrison and Mr. Will Krwln,
two successiul teachers troru Lincoln, have
been enjoying a visit home. Air. Joshua
Harrisou, teacher ai itover, l.edlord Couuly,
' is also on a visit lo liis parents. These young
i men are all ex-siudeuls of - Culleoka lusti
! line, awl reilecl much cietlil upon the
school, as regards IhjiIi its mental aud mor
Miss Li..ie Wilkes awl her fascinating
Ii ie nU, .M iss .McCouuell, from the Female
otlege al 1- raiiKiiu. are enjoying a Uriel re-
spite iioiu school anu lis uuiier. luey ex-
iH-el to reluru witlnn tue week
Air. Win. Scott will lake his fine liorse,
Alarsh, to the Pulaski Fair, and lovers of
the turf may look out tor some switl lim
ning. 1). Frank Wilkes has rented his home to
M r. J as. Smiser.
M r. 1 av is has bought a cosy cottage
home from Hi'. Perry.
Probably ui no village lu the State does J
propel ty rent so well as in Culleoka. The
reason, Culleoka luslilute Is the best hoys';
SCIIOOl t'l IH' i.iuiin.
Kev. jas. .v. tirman, uie uewiy apismiteu
Presiding l atter ol the Fay ulteville llistriet,
was in I uileoka ou t nday. Alr.Oi iuau was :
pastor ol Hie cliurch here forseveial years, I
and has many warm personal friends.
A KaeiHuieiilal meeting will Im held in j
tlie Presbyterian Church iu Ibis place, com-
meiifiiig on Friday night and emi'iacina
the following Satljai.b. 1 1 will lie conducted
by Kev. Mr. Iriersou. Au tK-casloii of more,1
than onli uary interest is anticipated, as it '
will be the F.irewcil Mceling to I if. ( '
ran, who hasevet beeu Hie last friend autl ,'
.steady siippoi'.er of the church lu Culleoka, :
and ine imiuiry is lieard Irom one awl all,:
"What w ill l lieetiurcn do. when Or. loch- i
ran is gone'.'' It will cellainly Is; a heavy!
loss lir.-i , bul Hie law of e-imyM nitt i'lit is a i
wise and gracious arrangement; autl no,
doubt the I loci or will soori make liiuisell
a iieccssily iu the church of Ins new home.
I greatly grieved, said an early Methodist;
writer, lo wit ness the weakeulng of Metb- ;
odisni in Luglawl, bul when I crossed the;
oceau, ami c auic In A nierica., my heart re
jotetsi lo . see that what 1 couuletl a loss, had
lesiilKtl in a glorious gain; lor in the ' !
'. ., I lotiiid the Isold's hosts had ouly ',
"moved camps." ;
Mrs. W. It. Webl) and ber heaiuilul chil-;
tlreii were in Nashville last wisk. j
Kev. P. A. Sowell, the. new pis ae hi-r for
"i uileoka and I lurric.ine.'' commenced Ins:
ministry lu re on last Suntlsy under very
i.i vorabie auspices, Mr. Sijwell was oue ol ;
the most successiul preachers last year, not
only in I lie i oluinbla I'lslrift, but iu Ibe!
leiiiifssfc I oiiierence. Wlieii bis name!
rame up in Conference, liis P. F.. rcsrltl, :
"Lro. s. ought In lj a very happy man.";
"Why si? " iifiiiretl t he Lisliop. "ISecause :
be weul to a new work last year, organized ,
a station, bought au orgau, took in twenty- :
seven uew members, visiueil from house to
house, autl sn endeared biuiseii I hat all the !
ass ssinenis were mt met lor pastor's sala
ry, P. F.'s claim, bishop's tuutl, t .inference !
c'.a.i. tauts, Alissiouaiy ino-icy every cent :
paid, ami he married a wile, a woman of j
tare and excellent lUalilies. so 1 think;
Lisliop, llro. s. ought lo Is a happy man."'
We were much pieaseJ with the selection ol j
a subject for (he lirst serniou iu his new
tield ol labor, ' Therefore, came I unto you ;
. it bout gainsaying, as soon as I was sen
fir. I ask Hieivlnre lol what intent ye huve ;
sent for me." The sermon was short, evau- j
g'llcal and emii-'iilly sai5,.'actoiy, .
Mis. Jack l'U.patrick died ou Suutlay !
niglil, and was buried In the Wilkes' Camp- '
ground on Monday. Sixtceu mouths ago, I
Mrt. !' was sutltlentv smillen Willi siekness t
and blindness, autl up In III" hour of death
was a constant sulleier. The laiuily has
lieeit greatly alll icted, she being the third
member In tlie within Hie year.
dpt. Jones, ol Culleoka, is extensively
engaged iu In e culture, aud is opeuing a
la.aii 1 11.1I article ol honey al twelve and a
hall cents H-r pound. 1
Tlie Teachers Institute.! Columbia would
have Imsl-ii more uumeronsly atlewletl from
this mace, but fir couiitr-rircunistaiices.
The altra.iiive (ealure In many was the j ceased,
leciure by Dr. Joy ties, of Nanderbilt I uiver
sily,ou "The Kelalion of classical Study to
l.ngiisn Schoiinship." The Doctor Is a fa
vorite in Culleoka, and the aitiiouuceuiPiit
that, he would give us substantially the I
same lecture on Friday afteruoou al two
o'clock, attracted a large number of per-'
sous. Tue time was noi ine most lavoranie
(.neither lecturer or listeners, but he soon
Hhsorhed the attention of bis audience; nor
did the interest Hag during the lecture. We
have not space to notice ihe eflort in ex ten -so.
but feel assured that even the most vio
lent oposers of Classical Schools woultl The dullness of our village has laaen dls
eoncette their importance after hearing Ibis pelied by the atlvent of our artist, who is
powerful plea. The lecturer was specially quite expert in his profession-, and is giving
lelieiluiis iiou the classic element iu tnod- entire satisfaction. He was a true soldier
rill History autl Lagusli Literature eorrocl- 1
ly i.iiueluUnig tlu.l classical allusions with I
which these studies abound, are meaning-i
less to 1 lie man who is wiiiumi cimisiuai cm- i
ture, Tlie opinion of a scholar who lias
drunk so deep from the Pierian Fount, aud )
Iioiu the "well ol Luglisu undeflled. Is ol I
much importance iu the sbarDsiruictile now i
wagiug between ihe opposing schools, I
For gracelulucss ol mauuer, ease uf deliv- I
ery, beauty of diction, and, thorough ac- !
iiuainlau,e villi his subject. Dr. Joyues is
seldom equaled. He speaks Ci Amore, aud
wins the most utilitarian to his lolly Ideal,
by convincing such thai classic culture is
itself au instriiineut of the highest utility.
We hope ii may be our privilege to hear
Among our visitors for tlie week were the
Alessrs. AleFadtleii, two liaudsome brothers
Irom MurlreeslHiro, They were Hie guests
' i'le.i Hlltac, I.i - O uo. e,. r iiito, uiit; til luc
most capable physicians iu Teunessee.
I I'rof. Joyues lln for lite tlaisU-s.
1 1 ic ol the most Interesting featires ol the
recent Teachers' institute was Prof, Joyues'
address 011 Ib.e study oi the Classics, de
byeretl Tiiursday night Injfore a large aud
lb .'lighted aiidieuce iu the Professors bap
He said : The great object of all educa
tion is to til its subject lor lue duties ol life,
lo develop aud cultivate the intellect in
1 I tial tuauuer, ami by such hethudi awl
, studies as wilt best etiHbiu llielitiiie man to
successiully grapple with the dirUculties of
. his en virouin,eul. Language is the vehicle
; by whi'ih thoughls autl Itleas are conveyed.
: A iiiei icaus aredcpewlent uHii the Kngiisli
; language, which is al ouce the most flexible,
1 iucisivc aud precise of all hmgiuiges, a wr
: led knowledge oif w'dc.b. is the very lest
! and sa.esi reliance iu the great "-struggle for
. lile." It is the queen among languages,
liiieenly, radiant aud beauluul ol ttsell; its
sparkle, billlauey and beauly is greatly
I itilensitied wueu the concentrated rays of
I the clas.sif.s are CiMiliniktViCUL.i.ar'Mori. than
! ball the w-ords ot iheliiilirsii lanifiiaije are
jiieiivod frii'U Ibe l atin, tliere) usa a kSiowl
e lge of the Laliu Is absolutely iudlseiisa
I I ile to a proper uwle r.slaiidlng and apprecia
jliveol "our molher toogue. ' The Saxon
i gives it streiigl h and power, the Lai ill pre
cision and polish. Lnglish grammar Is dif
I licull to understand Is aiiiliig'.uiiis; s,uti ob-
st.iiio. i be 1 it ni gl., miliar is plahi,f asy.per
spieuoits; its principles ea-silycomprehended.
aiut cerlalniy 1.1101x1s an easier metuotl 01
aeijuii ing a knowledge of t he art of speak-f
in-and writ ing correctly, as applied In the
F.uglish language, than can beaciuired byi',
Inip.' study of I 'iiglisl. pramnutr, purtivular
ly I.y cm liiruu. ' ijHtln Voitls always nielli
tiies.tim' thing; they have their oyu appar
el. erbs, nouns ami ' pronouns all have
their peculiar costumes by which they are
easily aud unmistakably reeoguizetl. The
word 111 Fnglish williout auy change
In Hs orthography may be noun. verb,, adieu
live :r stdye, b.P.idioliimi.ish, between which
by lue 1 u les o t tiglish gamiuar requires a
loreeoi reason, and an' anal ileal js.wer, tar
alve ihe capacity of scn.ioi cbtklreu al the
grammar age. Considering the comparative
ease w ith which a knowledge of tl;egrKio
uiatieal c'!i!s.trw liti'i of suuieuj may be
ae, imod froni the Latin grHhiinar, and tu'e
vev large nbrnlnr of Latin wt.fds how n
use) thestudy of I-atiu not ouly at)urds the
easiest meiljori of aciuir(ugacorrepl kuowl
eUi'euf Lnglish bxUtft, bht, ts aVnolulaily es
vetiital tn 11. 1, roper aud lnt4.11iirMnl iHi1,r-
si andingof theirne import aud meaning ot j
Logltsn worus, auu a iwnni Knowledge 01
F.uglish is eertntnly the most essential ele
ment of au education. -
The I'rofessor adduced many other cojent
avg"njeiils iu fivor of the cuidy p, the pai-
sics:, sui tve rerevyV iuxl pac pro-
j veDlsUs ftoui
sclous as we are that thai meagre 'KyriopKis
iIim-s not do the gentleman - anything like
justice. We are afraid to trust ourselves in
an ell'ort to give oni-impressiona of the man
or the lc-:tnrer Freeh .ecuy. the RbiiIkI toic.U
ol hit; wsrlii and gpueitius tiftt in e, wo should
j 1-cnuJ.eilOd to speak wfpr), '
VI. e livtntayjlle 1 jur las tjreek y, as de:
cldeil success, being largely attended,. Mr.
Alilos t . A(ay8 went down to see A Up" M'est
trut. Uf oourse Aiiua woo, oat she had
brisk rival, trom Marshall. Alice won all
the lieats In the race for 10u, makir.u it in
;;:ju, 2:11. Air. John P. Brown's hue sad.
die horse, of this place, won two premiums,
nuus 1 a ti'Jd iuU Qi C'jaipvULor.
lr. JiiTiiVmil Cnllkn.
Tl.a f.iioin ii..,i iiri'.illM.btt liialiti,! Allll
h'k a large uumberol tue lauieaaua gentlemen
1'.',,., ,tH vina.-e assembled in the aeademv
,H1 j.-riaay alieruoon to hear Dr. Jovues,
; f auderbilt L uiverslly, discuss the "Uela-
: iioll ol Classical Study lo Kaglish. Schobtr-
snip." The dtajlor's inimitable felicity or
' ... .
i itiiinuei' huh ii'ieuii,i;u.iiieu uis audi-
euce ami his near aud forcible nresenia-
; llou ol ,ue claims aud utility of Classical
su,dy put new weapous into the bauds of
V I 111 1 1131 1.!, IIS ClailllS Hllll VIVH M rPHWlll
; .i,,, t- ,,, ,,M11- vi..
j means of mental training -gyiimastics for
1 1.. ........ ..ill ii. .t nli.nu ...u. II.. ...i.l...
. ueiiiauusol llie time.
I All will acki.owletlge tiies.i,uenie iiupor.
! uyl IMhi wmcu givea ouM power over
i ' "...vineu lM,.py socially, we promote
l Khowicsjge ami viiiue, we express ine liulb
..,..,. "i,.i..it u ...ii.t. !... i..Ti....;.
inn mitiliiias of iM.HirluHlliiu. I ho.tt'lii a-
i .. l ....... '
Classical Study is essential to the highest
aiiMiuiueiits iu ine jsugnsu laneuage.
VVilbout it one cauuot reach au luumate i
sy uipaihy wnu its iower aud genius. More
luau one hall ol llin words ol our l.nglish
vocabulary ar.. medialely or Immediately
Iioiu the Lalni. TaK.e lroin Luglisu all tnat
il has received from l.atiu aud lldles. The
union ol the Latin and Ceinian eleiueuls
in our language is of Hie most intimate
kind, a cohesion uoi au adhesion, chemical
not mechanical combination a luariiage
I.l.. I, ...iu l. luL'un t l.U...w... i
ii. in, ,. i . . l. -' .--.. .uv. .i.in i is power
less and dead. Our Hleiatiire la lull ol class
ical ideas aud allusions. Seal the classical
career lo ine Suidenl of Kuglisn hieralure
aud you rob hint of lis treasures and leave!
blin lo grope his way aiuoug enigmatical
aud dark sayiugs. 'The third jioliii ot con
tact lieiwteu classical ana iugiish scholHr-
mm ll in ll XL n nuium J uiniui v mill rivni7a.
tlou. Modern lusloiy is unlulelliirlble ii.
t cept under ihe light iliiown upou ll by the
suiuy oi ancieiii uisiory. tue ideas ot
i model n civtuzmiou have their genu and
root iu lue aucieui.auu the present corn plex
i siruciure e'u oiny oe uuueinuwu oy sluuy-
) nig the loruis ol simple development that,
lueaucieiil world luruisues.
i 1 ho claims ot inesiuuy ol language as a
, (''ciyrotc ate supreme, ll is a science aud
1 wueu ri'zhllv sludied induces the se.en-
title habit ol lulnd. lis study places man at
i the boituuai les oi i wo worlds lue material
I u ,,,l u.i.i.IiimI 111 IV 1 1 1 1 IU iliff ti.A w.nl
J word our ailent ion Is drawn trout one to ihe
j other awl we are uot tuns iu Jauger of be-
i cointiigso engageu w n.u ouw wsto ueny tue
J existence oi luu other. The study of the
aucieni languages is tue most natural and
i easy route to a knowledge ol langwt'ie.
'This arises from the luci that the aucluut
languages Oilier so widely In (structure aud
form thai Ihey reilecl a brilliant light upou
one's owu language . A traveller uuuer-
stautts the institutions and habits ol his owu
peopie best when he has visited and studied
ine characteristics, ot those peopie lathest
reuiovetl Hum his own iu inougutand lite.
The ioriu ol Li'iMu are expiiett; the forms
i ol KugUsh are. ttci'. The Latin word has
a uniioriu a-special uress tor special work.
VV bile in thai dress it can perform no other
work. Jn l.aiiu tue iuuciion ot a word Is
seen at once by its lonu. In Lugllsh the
relation is a more subtle one, autl can be
seen only alter a logical analysis. They
lore, without changing its form can lie .
t crh' or u.-o'-c'iiv (.as iu love letter). As a verb
il may ue imiicmve, supjuuclive, or Irn-
pcintive. Iu the Indicative il may indicate
a present, past or lulu re active love, did
.ove, will love. As Hie niiud is best led
iroui I he coi.crc.le lo the auslrael from the
sensible lo Ibal which is Purelv. Inlelieetuul
so 11 is brought most easily iroui formal to
analytical aud logical grammar. The study
of L'tl.u leaeues us Ibe former, tlie Study of
J'-ngusu me laiier.
Tue audieuce was held iu close attention
by the brilliaul lecturer lor an hour, ami ail
Ine compensation they claim lor It, is I lal
he shall do H.c like lor tutm again.
J. M. W.
lion. W.I. Marliu.
At a meeting of the members of the Co
lumbia lar, held in the Chancery Court
room, on tue lilli day ol ' ctober, ls77, the
comiiiil.ee ai.jioiuletl at a lornier meeliu.
to dralt resolunous ot respect, lor the mem
ory oi Ibe iale Hon. William P. Maillu,
presented tlie loltowiug resolutioui.:
The llou. William Pill. .Marun.dled at his
residence, near loluinbta, Maury county,
ou etiue.stiay moi ning, uc oner ihe ;;rn.
fs77, iu Hie 7 i. li year ol his age. Judge Mar
tin, was the stui ol Ceorge M. Mr to, 1N. ,
and was is.ru in lue eily of Nashville, on
Ihe 1. lb day of May. 1-s.JI. He was admitted
lothe lUr, at I ay eilevillc, ill thecouuty of
Lincoln, belore be arrived Pt Hie age of 111
vars: autl t.raclictd law successiull y al that
place lor several years, and removed to Us
luiiiliia in tue year sj. And practiced law
and held tlieotlice ol Clerk and Master of
the i bancery Court until ls,.. When O'l
the death ol Jiitlge Hillabunty, he becanie
the successor of that good and great Judge.
With some slight intervals. Judge Marliu
remained on the Itew-h until the day ol bis
death, a pcrhHl ol nearly twenty-live years.
.Indue .Marliu was a man of splendid
talents, highly learned in all the branches
ol the law, and as a Judge, his integrity was
He was enlightened and lilwra! ou a 'I sub
jects, a ml a I way s delighted in I he encourage
ment of young men in their honorable
efforts to obtain prolessioual honor and dis
tinction. Willi Ibe great masses of the peo
ple be was ever deservedly popular, ami
was always suecessiiil when besought their
lavor even over political majorities agaiusl
In all bis family and social relations, he
was respected and beloved. He was a eou-
sisient ami upright liicmlier ol Hie Presby
terian I hurch, and di.d with lull faith iu
tlie merits ol the Kedeemer.
1 n coiiimeuioraii.m ot his life and charac
ter, wc oiler the ln lowing resolutions:
hnli"i. Thai iu the death of Judge Mar
tin, lue Slate has lost au able, upright and
iurorrupl ib.e Judge; the Lai a distinguish
ed, awl hoonred member, and society, oue
ot its brightest ornaments.
It- ftii'il. 1 hal the priK'eedluirs of this
meeting. 1st published in the eily papers.
and thai I be various courts lie requested to
have I tie same spread iu lull upou their
.v.vib", That the Cbairmau of this meet
ing appoint rive nieiniieis of Hie Bar to have
these resolutions ollered in the Chancery,
Circuit, Criminal and County Courts, aud
thai a copy bo seul lo the laiuily of the de-
John . V Wuitni r, Chairman.
W. S. Fl.l.M I Nti,
W. s. Kainkv,
A. Al. Hu.hiks,
L. C. li ll Ki,i,,
A. M. IMJ.NEY.
Fpou motion the resolutions were adopt
U. P. FlilF.HSON, V. S. Fl.FMINt:,
Drops Irom Itock Sprlatajsi.
111 the Iale war, eunsetinenlly minus a lea.
Owing to this, his excellent work, awl low
prices, he well deserves a liberal patronage
01 ine ciLizeus 01 oui eoiiiinu oiLy, ne man 1-
senis great skill auu patience, especially
with little children, and spares no pains to
A merry party met at this place last Sat-
unlay evening to go hickory nut hunting,
and as they were about to disperse, Mr. II.
T. Journey suggested that the artist take the
picture ot the wnoie group. They at once
look ineir )osiiion, anu tue worn was soon
completed. The group consisted of the fol
lowing persons: Airs. Oeorge Barker, Mrs.
Joe Nicnolson, awl Mrs. Ussery; Misses Ocla
Vaugban, S.isle Vuugban, Km ma Barker,
Mollie L'ss.-ry, I'.irdie Long, Agnes Fssery,
aud Bcaiuait Ussery; Dr, liong, K. T. Jour
ney, prul. W. A. Barker, Dr. Ueorge Barker,
Wallace Fssery, bxldie lxug, and two dogs.
We have recently had two good stoves erec
ted iu our school bouse, which makes it
The eflort ol the Sundayssohool commit
tee to obtaiu au orgau wi.l doubtless be a
lu last Monday morning the editor and
Mr, James Andrews, of your city, passed
through this place 011 their way to S.iwell'8
milloua llshing expedition. As they re
lumed iu the evening, they grou)ied them
selves with a number ot our citiaeus, aud
had their picture taken. L'nele Biilie Kum
iiiagcaud Mr, Oeorge 1 talker look tiuite
military ou Iheir horses. 1 '01.1.1,
Ucmbol lli Willow r ibe lateHoat.
H is our painful provine this hiurnlng lo
chronicle the death of Mrs. John Bell, al the
le.sadcnce 01 her sou, I ol. Harry C. Yeatmao,
near wual Is known as the "Polk Set tle-
ineut" iu Maury county, on Friday ulgbt,
tlie 1-th insl. Airs. Bell dietl in the M)lh
year of her age, autl t hroughout her whole
lile was a woman of remarkable strong
characteristics. She was the uisler of John
P., Andrew Hud James Lrwin, the last
named In'ing the sou-in-law of Henry Clay.
She was first married to Thomas Yeatmau.
one of the. most suctHtsslul aud energetic
merchanls iu the earlier days of Nashville.
She, as well as her brot hers, all ol whom are
renieiiiliered by the older people now here
as Persons of ij-''.'.ided part", was a lady ol
"trusual euemy. Her second marriage, to
Mr. Bell, changed, iu some tlegree, the
course of Uer life, but not her character,
she was at W Hshiiigton, w beu Mr. Bell was
1 a memls-r ot the amuei, a senator in ion
i gress and afterwards a-s a candidate lor the
presidency , hi only tumnii 111 uiai a auu
ju'ijiiciive in ibe social circles o( those times,
but a substantial help-meet to her husband,
ju short, Mrs. Bell was one of the most tru
ly great women that our couutry has pro
duced. Besides her eminent, finalities in society,
she possessed all tlie virtues ot womanhood,
shy w:v a Curisllau, awl her mind on earth
was devoted to her eonntry, and lier con
duct autl faith was ajl that we are taught 10
believe will secure happiness hereafter,
'Tills aunounuemeut of tier death will
strike the hearts ef ibttnsaiid all over the
V nton wIm i tu,rill t iadnesji, and reall
hieutoi ies Hint, Ux luatty, will be pleasing
eveu 1 11 Hielr sadness, siuce most of those
whu kuew her utost intimately will soon
ajsu be called lu the Herealter. Amcricju.
I'olaaikl Meisrhaots naiil ihe Trade
ol Uarsnall C'ootjr.
The report of t he Seerelary of the Jliuck
Iliver Valley liailroad Company, read at
the stockholders' meeting, suggests many
valuable thoughts fur Vbt nouswerat tou of
o',',r luerrjjut-.. lirevious to this yeart o
iuuibja has couirolleU no, portiyn of the
traile of Marshall, which is one of the rich
At courities Iu Tennessee. Now. that trade.
by means of the Duck River alley tinad,
is opened to her, autl all she hr,s to do la to
secure It by ererji' tQd liberality. Many of
cur. uietcjiftnts are. now receiving a fair par
Hon df that trade, line nl our leudl,ng mer
chants has assured ns that since the rall-t-oad
lias beeii running to Iewisburg his
i a i,a increased fifty percent. U'osud-.
1 pose there U not a nsercr..an,t m tvtfuiubia
by' lh4rQfepiitfi of fills road. Thla trade
nfay' and suutud be lncreasea very groatly
ColuntUla merchants can give as ifood bar-
oi.m to 1 he tior.ide ut Marshall as they can
L m Nashville or any where else. We
hope the managers of the road will give Co-
Idlllula S IU'' rilikuu:, u ..10 WWII ila? IJU'
trlbnted DiuO to the building of this road
...d . helieve they will do Ft, Let na tin-
courage the road, and let the read, eucoaxaa
2C$jfHf trili iiiscribril t't'ifixi Ell'i I)., of Cir-
- tcr's Creek.
No post's hand did yet consign.
So sweet a wieath lovlrlure's holy shrine;
As that dear one I'd wreathe for t hee.
Eulwined In iaj sol leuder inluslrelsy.
Though critics may defame the art.
And chilling Apathy crush the hearl;
Which would enshrine I by beauties rare,
Aiuld the scenes of earth most fair.
Though bolst'rous is the course ol ray dark
Flying through the surges of coutiuued
Where tue lightnings or slauder aud thun
der of w TALIS.
Only add lo the gloom which o'ershadows
Yet 'mereinir from the drenrv rsle.
Where hope's bright star did almost 11'.;
This heart will siua lu rapturous verse.
Aud nieui'ry thy geulle words rehearse.
Coitcert mt Kit. .
Theliood Templars at. Nebo will give a
public ctnerl on '1 burstlay night, the -' ilii
lust. AtlmltlaDce lu cenw. We hope that
the Good Templars, and all lovers of the'
cause of temperance, will give them a good ,
Phillips, Jackson A Co.'s "Ciootl Society" :
whisky Is recommended by physicians for;
its purity aud fine flavor. It is guaranteed ,
free from auy adulteration, anil Improves
every day. it contains no headache, nud is -ntiMlerate
iu price. Sold by all dealers.
Mm, Jobs BellT"
This dlstlusulshed lady dietl at Hie resi
dence of her sod, Col. H. C. ) eatmaii last
F rlday, and the remains were carried to;
Nashville Monday, lor Interment, accotn- (
pan led by Col. Y'eat man, Mr. James Yeat
n.aii.orst. Louis, Mr. Nat Y ealnian, Mrs.
Flayer and Miss Lei I, her ttaugbters: Mr.;
Van l'olk, M). Will I'olk.t ol. H. F. Wade, ;
Maj. Campbell Brown aud wife, aud -Miss
Ella Polk. ;
To Wheat Tbrnltcn,
Fiery body Is anxious to know how luiicl 1
wheat was raised this vear. and the average '
crop. Wheal threshers will please report lo
us the amount threshed aud number ot
acres. We will publish wueu the list Is.
complete, send or bring it.
If you want a drink of whisky ! If you
wanl a quail of whlskv! If you want a
gallon ol whisky ! ask lor Phillips, Jack
son A Co's. "Oood Society." It, la btrietly
pure aud unadulterated. Kept by all deal
ers, aug. ul-tiiu.
James F. McEweu baa oil hand one of
the nuesl and juost select slock ol lrcsh oys
ters which he is uow prepared to seive lo
tne mosl elegant style 10 all the loveis of
that splendid "dish." Try hint.
col. rouni wade says Dr. r. a. tlovtc s
sermon al the luueral of the late Mi's. John
Bell, last Mouday, in Nasnvble, was tue
best sermon he ever beard. Tula is high
praise, lor the Colonel Is a mau ol ability
uimseii, anu tneretore auie 10 judge, irnai
nasueara lue greatest nivines in I no world I
in Europe aud America. ;
Hrlllla-C aat-rlnse iat (tiirlna Uill
Spring Hill was the scene of a baDt-v mar
riage last Tuesday evening about 6 o'clock.
The bridegroom was Mr. Wortu Latidon, a
prominent lawyer of Niles Michigan, awl
the bride was Miss Virginia nice, aisj 01
Niles, Mich-but a native of Maury county.
aud a fretiuent visitor to her relations lu
Spring Hill. The ceremony took place in
the Episcopal Church, auu was perlormed
by Kev. li.o. Beckett, ot I o uinola. Tlie
ushers were W. B. Caperlou, L'. S. N'., aud
Mr. John W. Chealrs. A large uuiooer ol
People were present. auU the affair was yrv
lmpressiveaud lieautilul. Alter the cere
mouy lue IrieudsreoHireJ to the resilience
of Dr. J. O. Uardlu, uurle to the beautilul
bride, wit-re an elegaut entertainment was
given, i oe nride a Droluer-in-law, Mr.
Jacks a handsome aud charming gentle
man, of Detroit, .Michigan, autl his beautilul
and brilliaul w.le, were present at the mar-
riHge. Aniuug tuose present irom t olumbla
weie Wllty J. Koibry, Uei. W. While. Wal
ker tireeu. Sammy Ciperlou. Col. D. H.
Cooper and wife, Aliss Lucy Wuile, .Miss
Jtusii Jyier. sir. i.nadon and his beautilul
bride, accojipaiiied by M . . Jacks and lady,
led 011 the 7 o'clock train lor their Northern
home. They have the best wishes of their
Southern Iriends for their happiness. Tue
music in 1 ne c.iurcn was oy Airs, s, 1: Jones,
wlio pel formed with exnuisite skill aud
YVearea.ithorir.ed to aunouiice the imnie
I'fMr, W. D. DA IS, as a candidate foi Slier-
ill, at the ensuing August election.
run vnvvir volkt jlei;k.
JA'e aieauthoriz.-d toCaunounce SAtl'.;L
J . I-. Mil', vtr J-.N as a candidate lor Circuit
Court Clerk al tueensuing August eiecllou.
We a-.ilhoncd to announce TH KO. LIls-
CoMK ior Circuit Courl clerk at Hie next
We are authorized to announce W. o.
WI 1'HKKSIVJON as a candidate lor Circuit
Lourt Clerk al tlie ensuing election.
i on vuuxrr l ounr ci.mk.
Wo are authorized to announce A. N".
A k I N lor County t ourl Clerk al the ensu
ing August election.
run tic cst::.
We are authorized to announce W. T. KI -
WAUDS, as a candidate lor Couuty Tuisiee
atthe ensuing August eiecllou.
We are authorized to aunouiice M. V.
KlN.Llt lor Trustee at tue ensuing August .
run ice: lmric.
We are authorized to aunouiice
CAKK for Kegislerat the eusuing
1'JR MAY VIC.
We are ant bori.ed to aunouiice Mnlor
JOHN T. Wl LL1 A A1SON as a candidate lor
Mayor of Columbia.
Wn are authorized to announce JOHN
LATTA, Jr., for Mayor, at Ihe eusulug No
vein her election.
We are authorized to announce NAT
HOLM A N as a candidate for Aldenuau Iu
Waid No. 1.
We are authorized lo anuouiice J. Ill N I
nODOL as a candidate for
Alderuiau lu I
We are authorized to announce Dr. A. L.
PILLOW as a candidate for Aldenuau lu
Ward .No. 1.
At the solicitation of many citizens, WIL
LIAM WOOD is announced as a candidate
lor Alderman iu Ihe Secoud w aid.
Weare aiilhoriy.ed to announce llie follow
ing parties as candidates lor Aldermen.
Kleclion iu November next:
First Ward: William J. Andrews, Dr. A.
L. Pillosy and K. M. Frlenson
Second Wanl: J. Mort Hodge, A. Barr,
aud L. M. Matthews.
Third ward: Dr; Joe Herudou , Oeorge D.
Hodge, and L. A. Boyd
mmmt mmm aaaaM MHaaBaMaBMHa-ai
Com, I aer bu
Dm ., nu
Wheat, per bu
Choice, Ncsv t irlcans...,
T.v-i I'm j
1 10 serial
7". 11 1
1") .rl if.,
So a pa
Ar 1st rong
Tolel, H-r dozen
Shaving, per dozen....
j .' "
Timothy and UerdsOrasspr. ton liWiJW
Floor and Meal -
ti W'7 W
Java coffee ier II.
I jiguayra per B-
Hlo per Iti
llio roasted per IL
I fal l
l.;. a 1 1
A. Coflee sugar per It-....
I'. Velbiw sugar per ...
istlgbt N.tJ. per It.
Cut lyiarper H-
Crusl.etl per tt.
Powdered per It.
Orauulaled per tt.
j ot'iul 7"i
1 l'i JU
Mwkerel No 1
Mackerel, No. 8
nice per its
Cheeae per l
Honey per lt
Currant per it. ;
Candles per lb
Starch per ff.
Hran per cwt
Shorta per cwt
Jrwans per B
Hominy pet lb
j . ATRIBITE
, ' Of , I etv;i tt Wi Mollir T (Wi, i7iu tlint
l tjrptrmticr 18, 1S77.
! A mother's heart lu deepeat grief,
! t r.es, Lora why thus so cruet,
To take from ine in early life
: My household's precious jewel '
j 1 ond mother, thou must com lor t take,
"He doelti all things well;''
' She was loo beaut i In I and gisxl
i With mortals lonu to dwell.
Lut what to you has lieea a loss,
Tti her has been a gain;
; For now she wears a seraph's crown,
' Aud knows norgriel nor pain.
I Lul while we weep Dial sue Is gouc,
: We feel her presence near;
; Her gen lie spirit ho v 'ring round,
j The mourning friends to cheer.
' Hear one, we hope lo intact thee
i In ttial bright home above,
Where separations are unkuown,
i Audail Is peace aud love.
Worth L'.mluh to uglnia Mallet.
J. K. Kiltreil to Fannie Irwiu.
At the residence ol H. ('. 'catinan, near
this cly, October llb, Mrs. John Leil.
Aged so yea in.
Near Bigby ville, Octolier Htli, Mrs. Sarai
James, wile of Thomas James.
Near Concord, October Idlo, infant child of
We are authorized lo announce the follow
ing gentlemen as candidates lor Aldermen:
l iivi W Hitl A. 1 I'Ulow, W. F. T ucker,
Ceo. U. Hudson .
There is note St. Ueiuard coal st.ltl In
Nashville for grales lliati any other coal.
Ol'J. Wai ki.ns tSc blOUKU.
Just receivisl a lot of line Toilet slijipers
for gem's. I all and see them.
Ui-U. W. ii. DOHHINS.
eall and buy ihe best b sit j on
fol-'ll.J W. H. HoHJil.Ns,
I AVH' HJ1 W
, For boots, shoes, hats, etc., go to
; iie-n v l: o..nmvs
1 I certify that the St. Bernard coal is as
1 good a giate coal as lucre Is In the markel.
i OU. S. K.WAIK1M,
I be highest mai.et price, paid in new
: Jewelry, lor Viold aud Sliver, at J. H. James
! d: Son. sepiJ I I111.
1 The time trieil awl fire tested -FJainc oil
' sold by Josh C Bailey, is the best as well as
; thesuiesi burning llu id ever used. It will
uot explode. aug.;l-tf.
Citizens of Columbia, give the SI. Bernard
I cual a trial. a 1 MAS v On 1 olin.
,- , . . . . .
I Keep your feel warm and dry by buying
Give the St. Bernard coal a fair trial. Is nil
weasii. VV A I KINS iV. Ill I KOKP.
The latgest stock of clothing at lower
prices thau ever ou'ered in Columbia.
B-t A. KOSF.NTHAL A. BKO.
Blue stone and Copperas, Sulphur ami
Sails, lor saie by Walking Oltloiu.
The best hats at W. If. Dombins
Oat meal, ctackt.it wheat, grits and
liiuny, lor sale by Wat Kins A olUoru.
' Choice chow chow aud plain pickles by
the.) nail or gallon, ior saie by Watkiusi
j IJlftoill. olj.
All kluds of fresh vegetables, butter, eggs,
i etc., lot sa.e by W Htk111r.1V oirloiU.
! The newest designs and shades In Dress
i Ooods, al A. K ISLMHALA: BKO.
! iietter IkjoIs, shoes aud hats lor less 11.011
, ey thau auy body, ollt. W. U. DouniAs.
All kiudf of carpels lower than lor years,
lal A . KusLNTHAL A. I'.liU.
The St. Lei nard ioal is Ihe best grate coal
lu Hie uiHi kel lor sa.e by Walkius tV .11
Black Casitiicre Alpaceas, which are well
worm seeing, hi
MS A. KOSKNTHALA
I I A crs In aly buys St. liernaul coal.
oidei wilh'w a kins ,V o I fiord.
N. Holman Makes Millinery
Fvers thing new autl the iaiest. K-.ceiv-
lng daily ail Ihe latest ami ncveM impoita-
Hons ol Milniiei v at All's. . Holiiian s.
where you can never lail lo Ihj pleased lu
style and pine. Nice Straw Hals al .
; cents. ocll-'-.'l
1 Joints sold at a lower margin at A. Ko
, SLNTII A LA- BKo., thau al auy other house
lu Columbia, S-s
Tommy LveleH is our agent for St. lier
naitl, or Miy otlier uame. Watkins .v t
! lord. olJ.
?ln,io KLAin -MALL I .' 'I'll 1 N i to be
soul a. N.SH ILLF. IjLI IsMI.I.F. ami
CI.Ni INN All pi ices, al Hie While Howe,
7. I'ub.ic s.iiaie. ocll." It
trarllaa JJerB.r Ir Mnlr.
Ihavelwo yearling Jersey bull calves,
i.e. ili-i,ml, which I will Sell al llty inn
tloliais aPie. e. octl-'-'il. .1.1. . AIooliK.
.'"HiVIJii o.M's I'K'IM ! " AND I P
( "A'l's, at the W hite House, No. .n Public
My in. ire svas stolen lroin Alfred Flem
ing's plabe, Maury e. unity, last Wetlnesday .
she is partially while lace, sorrel, large
frame, kiul tviwibiokeu. I am a poor. 01
ored man, awl not able til ottera lewattl. I
will lie Ibaiikliil lor any intormatioii seul
lo Ls.p Allied Fleming, 1 oluinbla. Tenn. It
'i Ll KlH Fi.kmim..
Uini SL ITS Cl.OiHINO Irom
wants, at the While House, No.
Jn"l PAIK PANTS at astonishing losv
figures, al Hie W hile House, No. :''' 1'ublic
j.tmi vi-ststo i:koit:n awai at half
their value, al ibe While House, No. ;
Public square. octli'-H.
N. Ilolmau is prepared lo furnish every,
tiling ever gotten up iu a eoulectloneiy.
Imperial attention given lo iiinilshliig Wed
ding and Party Orders. Keeps on hand
Fresh Candy awl takes of ail kiwis, at
rlcfS that Uef.v competition. o'lI --l
Au excellent horse aud buggy
Call on M tat A 1' & Fit 1 1' fcKS.
If any one doubts the superior excellence
of SI. rternard coal, we will give five bushels
tree. Call on Tommy Evererl or Watkins ix
-New Hoods received weekly during the
entire season, aud sold at cash prices, al M.
J. Bryant s. augl-ll
A thoroughbred Jersey Cow autl bull cal
Apply at tbisollicc. aug. bj-tL
'spectacles II uer aud cheaper than ever.
Try our Aruudle Tinted O lasses,
seplll im. J.H.Ja.mksA Hon.
New ucck scarfs autl slialls at M. KuUle's.
Wetlo repairing cbeiiperlhau ever, and
will guarantee allol our work. Call and lie
convinced. J. H, J AM mm tS So .v.
M. Itutlle Is tillering a full stock of
goods at less than cost for Fall wear.
Watches as low as fS f locks dowu to SJ
1 all warranted, alj. 11. James & Sou.
Kept 1 1 Int.
l'i. .... ....ut L ..If... fiirlis. H.MMHIS. t'HMtels.
Fie, in I'olumbia, can belouud al the cash
house of J. 11. James A Son. seplll Im
A word to my creditors. You must come
forward awl pay me, or your account will
be put out for collection. M. KlTi i.fc.
"lieautiful Snow," svith all Its purity and
j whiteness dta-s not to, mil LlaiueOil, sold by
I Josh O. llailey. aug. ol-tf.
i Who bassmoked a "list. Bet" cigar, for
Jive cents, at Josh C Halley s, awl dltl not
' get the worth ol bis money. aug. ;;i-lf.
I -onderrul reduction iu Dress (JimmIs at
j M KuUlu-K. sepl7tf
! Lathes, now is your time to purchase an
1 ele--ant fall bat or Imniiel. at puces thai
' would abtonish you, at M. Kultle's. septal
i K"incmber M. flu tile? will sell you your
1 l al' Millinery cheape. luon anyoue. scpTtf
j . ,
New Fall Ooods Just arrived Hi M. Itut-
! tie s. epl7lf
If"Iost Bets," at five cents, are not worth
the money, then .lo-h li. Bailey has Is-eu
misiuloniied. Try one. aug. Jl-ti
Ixiyou know that D11 wan k"eH a tble
that cannot b" ex. !ll-d 111 thecitj? 1.
Is, n't lad to ran at Hie Kestaiirant lu the
I north-east corner otlhe l'u'ilic Square, Co-
, lumhia, to gets meals 011 the European
: plan, Irom 1" to V) els., at J. C. Duncan 's. t
' Hot Coflee I'.'cts.; Coiree with Luuch, Zs ls.;
i Soup 10 els.; or a lull square meal lor 10 els.
i alJ.C. Duncan's. L't.
, a 1
! Freah Oysters served lu a ay style for lu
I cts. perdoien.at any all hours, at J. C.
I Duncan's. L't.
I t.n Budgive me a trial; satisfaction ir'-.ar-
aiiteeii. rso exira cnurges ou a a.oia.a
J. C. Dim an.
; We ran flntl whole
) vouch for lh"Ist iJet'
: at Josh U. Bailey's.
families who will
cigar, at five cents,
l-'"l i , l( the Sheriff trie to sriwit you as a va
A'? J grant, riisu hir "Ust liet" clgar.at JohIi ti.
ine I Itliey Ti, and treat him It has u soothing
3U4ii ! eiK-cl. Try It. aag. ai.tf.
hi 1 r
m'? "fbe uiglibi, for the past week, have beeu
1 bright ami Ueaulilul, but they seem dark
t j a nil dreary indeed, when isunared to Hie
I light made frout Elaine oil sold by Josh 0.
' UitUy,, aug.Ji-tf.
If Yon Want
First-cliiss I'arior, Cnaniber, Hining Itoom,
Hall or otlice Finn. lure, Spring Curled,
llair.Col.on, Cotton Top, or Shuck Msl
tressts.Hl 'ow prices, cad to see or rorres
poud with Weakley tV Wnrreu, Nos. 11 ami
I I ior( h College, sircet, Nashville, Tcunes.
The Lu. Uey e h:. virtues which ll" in lbs
I'l'.ter pniieinle t alW'tt l .sciiliu, which have)
.s-.-n lilihe.l I,,, tl,.. enie ol Hemorrhoids,
or Piles. H sullci'int! u it h that tliease un
Tablet s nuekeye Pile nililliieut, ouly uli
cents a hot He.
III meet ing a Ii lend 1 he first Imput y Is at
ways legaiiling bis iit-rflih. Why? li.sHUa)
healllt is ol the llist coiisitleVat ions ; yel.
many n il. sit iu a cold, damp ibeHlre, le
gaiillt ssol weak lungs nud bucking cough.
isc:utl soiiieol the ephemeral pleasures ,,r
Ihe day, such as theatre-going, cigar-smoking,
Ac, autl invt si your small change lu
something that will be a lasting Iniieflt.
For instance, t ousetis' Compound Honey of
Tar costs only .hi cents, and will cure your
I t.ugb. Odd, uud all diseases of the lliioat
South America and Southern United States.
Owing 10 t heir warm and delightful 1 ll
males, t heir inhabiiatits grosv sallow from
loi pit! Livers, luiligfsi ion autl all diseases
arising 110 11 a tlisoidered stomach awl
isoueis, 1 ney should 01 course al all limes
keep Hie lis er net e, and lo our readers we
svould recommend 'fabler's Vegetable Liver
INiwiler. Taken 111 lime, w ill olteti hhv
juouey and i.nicli MiUcrliig. Price .Jti leu Is.
ni:v l AVi.tn: siioi'.
John II. I' 1 cc'te, the fashionable Tailor,
oilers his sf t ies as Tailor awl I niter lo Hie
eili.eiis ol Columbia and vicinity. He is
prepared lo do any kind ol woi U iu I Im
laboring line Mii 1 listed to him, on short
notice and lo general s:tt islar t ton. Heat,
iKiesliin Pants ll: r,usluri.s Suits Irom J.JI
It.s.i. Win lan ied lo fit . A Iso, clritu lug awl
repHt ring t lone on snort tint tee. ij( t lot he
matte as good as new. t-sp.-.-ial attettHoit
paid to en 1 1 tug l.en! s and Coy's lloHimg,
Stop iu llie rear ol Dr. Kaius Drug Store,
A (lining of sulleieis with coughs Hii'l
colds. Hintiiatiy go Stint h to en.i-.y Hie ettie
reaj mildness of the IhwI ot'iloweis. I'o
Ibeni sve would my I lie in cessllj ot that ex
pensive trifi Is oli lilted by t oiupoiiwl
Honey ot Tar, which speedily Hii'Ulahea
Hie coughs awl co;ds incident to Hits rigor,
aiusclinie. I-or public speai.eis It snrpiuwa)
the Deniostlienic. regimen of "-bbMsi awl
sea shore;" clearing the tluoat until llio
s-oifs" rings w it h the silvery cadence, of t
bell. I se L'ouipound Honey of lr. l'rk
-J cents a buttle.
" Bruce Coebiati is sllil with the lash
ionable bouse ol liioiiipsoii Bios. .V Kelly,
Summer Street, Nasiiv me, awl Is now pie.
pHietl lo show Ine ladies ot oluiiibta and'
Alaury county, ati the newest sl.sles awl
shades 111 Itifh s-iiks. Pails Suitings, Diesa
.'os. fie.. Hud s litiiilti es.ff lally asa 1 heir
atlelitiou to t tietr enoi inoiis stoc k of Black
Silks, Black iishmeres, new sly les Pel isles.
Prints autl Staple I mods of es'ery descrip
tion. Their cloak room Is tilled with all Ilia
new sty h s, ami Is perhaps 1 he most attract -Ive
department 111 the bouse. If you can't
go to Nashville, send j our oideis lu Btuce,
- - - - -
Murder Will Out.
A ft w years ago "August I lower" was tl is.
covcretl lo b-a certain cure lor Dyspepsia,
awl Liver Complaint, a lew t nin I 'yspepl le.
made known to their fi it mis bow ia lly
Hiitl iiiiekly Ihey had been ciirctl by lis use.
The. great merits ot Cul l s s .Mm si Ft.osv
FM Ih-chiw- liera Itletl tliiot.gh the country
by line sutlei er lo hi. other, 1111I1I. wtlhoiil
Hilverlisiug, Us sale has become Immense.
Diiiggistsin FVFIFi TOWN in the I nileil
States aiu selling 11 . No person siiM. ihig
svilhSour stomach, s.ck lleiitlachf , I'ts
H veuess, Palpitallon ol t he Hesii, Imliite.--ttoii,
Losy Spirits, etc., can take niri-e tiose
without rebel. On to your Diuggisfs, lit
comb iV. 'i'ow ler, and gel a bott le 7 i cciit.sau
try it. Saiupie liollks In cents. juueJ'J-1
Win 11 ou go to Nashville, if oil waul to
bu v er look at a p ice nl ol cio.pi,-l, a ve
locipede or a beaut llu I baby cainag. , cull
awl examine II"' splendid a-soi I men t nf
1 1. N . Nf y la 11, at Nos. ..s and II h uriiittii'H
obi slanii r Public S.iimre, Nashville, jusi as
you go up losvn. He sells them, as be docs
es'ers Hung else ill slock, a I the Inisesl pos.
sible rates. 11 is sleek ol read 1 ng uiHiter, lu
b.ill. old and new uitscellaueous I t.til.s, i-an-111
it lie im at Snlilll ui tin- 'Mini lin-l'. He h I
s 1 has 11. slock a large coll -el 1011 of Hie fan
ciest note paper, 111 boxes and tint ot boxes,
that hesi-lisal stondeittil low niles, i.n.t hII
he hsks is I hal you see his styles awl gel bis
prices belore buy lug elst here. We Iih.I
almost tot got if n lo ma l.t- mi: union of the
splendid si.M'k ot bast bails and hats he has
on exposition, hut II any ot our Isiys waul,
au VI lung he bus 1 11 I h is line , bo is suit, lit
suit lb. in III auy style uud al anv pine
they want. angi; .111.
Having Ibis day -uggesi.-.l I h. insoK ii.y
ot .Mi011 I Inn anl, e ol., th e ., to I lie 1 let k of
'be ' .mils 1 .mi. 01 M tiny 1 ouiily, Tftin.,
not if" is I if 1 1 by gi s .-it 1 - it 1 1 persons basing
e laims agaiii-l s,,,. t state b, tilt. then, duly
a. it belli ha led tt 11 h said .lei k . ou or beioiH
the I '.'hoi Sl.in h. p.s, lor pump disliihii
I ton, 01 Ihe same ts ill be forever hal rul,
et. I'. Is, 7. Ad in iinsl raltn .
Supreme Court Sale
I. N. live 1 - and st ii. . . 1 '. W In-at ley et a I.
Its- Irt 11 of a d. -el ee 1 ende red in Hii it l.os
ellll! led e'llise. til 1 1n .1 niuni y Ihiih. l.,;,ot
the 1 1 01 1 01 a hie s.lpl tuilf I oil. I ol I .'lllll-sHf
at Na-hs lile. I st ill sell al public out 11. , to
I he highest awl best hi.l.h-r. at the touit.
Iiotisf tl-M.r 111 Hie tots n til I i.l 11 111 1. ih. JVn-
II, 'ssee, at IJo'el.i.'k vl.. on sniiiidiir, Nu
vein Ih'I' l'. s. ;, the 1 eniH 1 n.b i poi Hon ol it
trai l of iHtid beioiigi ng li I to es: iitfot Sam -ml
Win-lit ley , dr r'd. i mg iu civil district,
No. 'Jl. MHiiry counts, leuuess. .-, contain
ing 1 1" nci"s,' nunc ni less, ami U. 111. .led hs
lollops: Ninth bs t he Im. I-. 01 P. M . 1 1 a 1 -comb;
cast l.s t he I:, lids sold in SVhI k ins hiuI
May es: soul h by John M. Ml en mid W llson;
W'esl by John St. Wl'son and I .. t ', 1 ivei Ion.
said land will be sold lor cash, In e Irom llio
iinty ol rede mpl .011.
N. t 1 1 HI N,
Supreiiie I out I ( lei k.
id. 17. s;;.
Nash ville, If 1111,
its il t lie ol a 11 i'iii ut Ion In my bands,
issued Irom I he 1 hale-cry iiiiui ol Dixon
county, '1 eiiiiessee, in Is v or ol .1 . T. S. 1 . reel 1 -Held
vs. f. 1 1. T. .tt-eiiflelil, tn inw of
ttieentielil vs. II11H011 I ill sell lor 1 aso
lo Hie blghfst bid'lt-i, al Hit- i-oil rl Iioiimh.
tloor 111 tne town ol 1 olumbln. 011 Monday,
the PMbibiyoi Novenibei, Is.'T. a Intel or
parcel ol IhiiiI, siluaieil lu the 1'ith civil dis
trict ol .Mauiy counly, 'I enm sM.s-, awl
bouwleil tm Hie north by the I.i nils ol T. o.
T. Oreeulleld; ens! by Duck Kivei ; south by
Win. Hawkins' estate; west by Muck Kls r
a nd Joe oss, coiilHiuing - ti H'-ri s, know 11
as I be "Ilrick House I hi iii. ' Levied upon
and to Ih? sold as Ihe pmpcrly of T. O. T.
tireenneltl to fciitlsl.y Kind execution itwf
cist. W. A.AI.FXANDLK.Sheritl.
I!v W. 1 . Witherspoou, D ty S'lll.
October fi, IST7.
w w ) r i-1 vm;
Having an Itiiiiiehse stock, awl bt tni tle
sirousol reducing It, we oiler great Iti. Id t -Tb
INS In all ilepHtt infills. In KlHi-k Caab.
mere, Alisteca, Flannel awl 1 assimeio
S'.tH-k spis iat bHt'gHliisare oil red. Asail
yourselvesof tills oppoiluinly by giving US
au chi ly call.
NO. VI L .N ION Si KLI.T.
: : Tennessee.
The allllible fat III . f about four 1 1 I lit I rt I
Hcres, k now 11 iis the .lohn 1 1. 1 '.,li farm, ly -ingoii
the waters ol Pig I'.igby I '11,1k, In the
county of Maury, adjoining ihe lands nf
James II. Webster, tb .- .l, I :. . Sellers,
ShiiihcI .1 . st i h hoi n a ml ot hei s. 1 st ill m
itfts.rtlalice ss 11 h I bf tlecree 1.1 the Hoihu-h
lile 1 hawrry otul receive bids at tuy uilini
lint II noon 11 poll t he 'Ji.'h tins ol OctolHr,
s,"7, for I he teni lor is: ol IL111 hIhhii de
scribed tract ol IhiiiI. ihn renter or renters
Will be r . , 111 1 1 d llU'XI'l'llll' lloti'S Will. g.HHl
security, pay able I .l h N'os cm ber, s;s and
lien 1 et ai in. I 11 ion cro. 111 add 1 Hon.
Oel. I-'. Iss7. D. K. I OOi'l .K, C. M.
Gov'meiit Claim Agency.
Now n the tune to bin your I'l.niiis for
Homily, A 1 rtn s imd Pay, I'eiisfnn slid Ar.
rears, Warof s ami 1st, 1, ,mi t'laiws lor
properly taken by the Federal army .luring
t be Iat" h ar, awl cat ry Ing tin- Mall betoro
t be war. collected w it b Hit- usual dlspHlch.
Persons from h distance, can fomiHiii.ifHlo
with tlie undeisigneil. All business s'len.l
ed In prnmpti v. oili.e- under Herald awl
Mml, No. JJ Norlh Main Sired.
March li-77-ly. J. L. WILSON.
Carver & Horn'w
HOG CHOLERA I)H.1EDY.
certain, efl-etive awl prohipl enre, HiuI
a sure iireveniive ol Hie spread id the tils,
ease Prlre -'.'' a I'm kaue. oiitaimiig anf
tlcle'nl lo cure twenty beg-, save your liogH
at a cost 01 only -"JiL ( (
scjitT-ly. Nashville, Tenn.
Tifcoiiili & Towler,
At thr OH Stnml, ( m in t Kmilli M'tul tit.
ami l'uUhi .Vi'tuv",
COLUMBIA. - 'lENNES.M4i