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I. X. KA.KNETT. G. T. HUGHES
Barnett & Hughe
Attorneys at Law,
Oiflre: On West Mntn Street, formerly oo
cu)i3d by ThomUH & iiarutll. fjau. 1-77-ly
WAI.KUKUKEEX. 11. S. THOMPdON
Green & Thompson,
Attorneys at Law,
Wlil practice la all the various courts ol
Maury ami adjoining counties. Special at
tention gl vi'B to collections, Jail. 1-. i-ly.
J. B. Bond,
Attorney at Law-
Will practice la Maary and adjoining
counties. jan. '.'l-itf-ly.
6. W. "Witherspoon,
Attorney at Law,
Will attond with promptness to all LgaJ
Hii.itnsH outi usted to hl care. In Maury and
adjolninij ronntles. Htrlct attention to eol
leriton and acltleroenUiof all kinds. Office:
-Wfcltthoriie mock. Jan. iS-77-ly.
P. H. Southall, Jr.,
Attorney at Law,
Col uml ia, Ten nessee.
Special attention given to collection.
OdiJ-: Whitlhoiue Block. Jan. 1-77-iy.
A. M. LOONKY. W. J.8VKES.
Looney & Sykes,
Attorneys at Law
And Solicitors in Chancery, .
Coluuihin, : : : Tennessee
Attorney at Law
And Solictor in Chancery,
Om.:-Wltb McDowell Webster, VUlt
t borne lilock. Jan. l-70-.y.
GEO. C. TAYLOlt. K. H SANJM
Taylor & Sansom,
Attorneys at Law
And Solicitors in Chancery,
Wl'l practice in Maury and adjoining
Counlttt, and In Ihe hupreme and federal
Court at Nasnvlle. Hpecl-d attention given
to llie collection of claims. Oftlce: tsouth
fide public sijuare. Jan. 2"--ly. .
Attorney at Law
And Solictor in Chancery,
C 'o I u m 1 . i a , TeniK sst'e.
Krf-O'no. : WUUtUorne Block, Vp-stalrs.
A. M. 11 L'O HEH. A. M. II LU 11EH, Jr.
A. M. Hughes & Son,
Attorneys at Iaw
And Solicitore .a Chancery,
Will practice in the Conns of Manr
I JJoiuiotr counties, and Supremo and
eral Courts at Najliviilu The Htri.tieKt. at-
teutlon will be given toall biiMiicsn e tit riot
ed lo their caie. ince: -South side West
Main street, 2nd door from the iKiuare.
E. C. M'liO tLL. W. J. 'WKMMTEu!
McDowell & Webster,
Attorneys at Law
J. T, WILTJAMSQN7
Attorney at Law.
All;. 21 1H-.7.
KOllT. M. McKAV.
li. V. KIUIEHS.
Col ti ii i bi a. Ten oessee.
Will irHc!iceln Manrv and adjacent, coun
ties. 1'iompt Hltcution given to biwines
eu.iuKoi i,in-ui. oi- , ilk:-Blown block,
up stairs, N. li' , south aide public h.niure.
J. T. I a. COCHRAN,
Attorney :it Txi'W
And .Soliefior in Chaneery.
rraniiil attculloiiH to collect ioiiN. OITIce
Jo. 1'? Wett ricvcLilli blrcet, Columbia, Ten-
wp7 77 Jy.
!(!!(? u Ihe South tide
V-Uli Wtlku A liullook.
of the Hiuare
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Kooin No. 2(j.Coloaade liulldlng.
ASUVIU.E,. - ... TENN.
Will attend to nil buHluetm entrusted to
Ills care with nrom otne.
liefera to Third
Is'ailonul IWnk of Nanhvi le.
J. W. McKISSACK,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will al tend Btrlet-y t-i tiualneaa entrusted
to him In any ot the courta of Maury and
Biljo iiiun c.iiiiutlesi.and lu the Supreme and
1-od-rai Courts at Nashville.. Collections
and tietUenieuis of all kinds attended to
Ulllos WUUlliorae Block. mayU'-TT
W. C. SHEPPARD,
kick Next door to Methodist Church.
Physician and Surgeon
North .Main Street,
Nov. 77-ly. COl.fMBl A, TKNN.
W. K. JOHNSTON.M. D.,
H s returned to Columbia and resumed
t 'i i act 'cr .l 1 n mi ly in all its branches.
t 111 oe At tl.o toldfUCB of Mrs. K. O. Dew,
KlKOih iMretit. w.'j.t, H-tf.
bjulU Main trvi;t,
Board Two Dollars Per Day.
carl.ii;es, Imtrvles or (.n l.llo lioives fur
lliiljcd uu ui'Jili.-ulluu to tin- pmpi let r.
PJ3E BRED POULTRY.
1 1,.- ii'.il. isi -in d !)'( rs fill-sale a lew veiy ;
ii (.CoilMi.l-nil In- aivo varieiiui. tliH-k
lir.cllv in .in W. H.1U1H. Also low .itj
..- i i':-.n. mill ilmk Jtiahinu C'oellerela. I
C. tis lor b:i " iiini; III si-usou, nolo all the
.move va- i. lies. My l ow Is up- kept lu Bep
nrale vards. and bred pure. Trices reasoa
abie u'utl sulisliicljon jMiaranteed.
A. A. LIPSCOMB,
Oct. !, l77.-ly. Columbia, Teun.
CAP, HARDEMAN, i
C-etiiieiurn U'l.o msII i ins establishment,
w ill muv iv s nud llie best arlisls In t olum
I In. Hhi Ci.iiliii-, hii vlnt; uml Nliam
ji anil K dune iri'eieuaul slj Ii-. Ailthel'ro
prli lor .iU is in i i.ii.
By ALFRED S. HOBSLEY.
FALL AiD WMTER,
T. H. & W. H. WILLIAMS,
jYO- 25 PUBLIC SQUARE,
Respectfully announce to their customers and the trade generally
that their assortment of
PALL AND WINTER
Is Complete, and will be kept so through the Season.
Novelties in Cut and Fabric are'cousLmtly being added. Tlicir f-lock in the
City, and com prises every grade of goods, front the lowest to
the highest, being adapted to the wants
of every buyer."
Youths' and Boys' Clothing,
In Great TVrrict,
TO WHICH THEY INVITE SPECIAL
Announces to his eustonu rs and the public generally that he has
just opened his MAMMOTH STOCK of
-EMBRACING FULL LINES OF-
Dress Goods, Prints, Brown and Bleached Domestics,
Gassimeres.for Men and Boy's Wear, Embroid
eries, Hoisery, Ladies' and Gent's Under
wear, Ready-made Clothing, flats,
Boots, Shoes, Etc., Etc ,
EACH AND EVERY ARTICLE BEING A BARGAIN!
tQTSrLClAL ATTENTION IS CAIXKH TO THK TRICKS OF ONLY
A FJAV LEADING ARTICLES.
Im-idale -1-4 UK ached Domestics at ! cents per yard.
Itrowjt 4-4 Heavy Sheeting at (i cents per .vard.
Extra Jiil 15:vl '1'ii-kiu at 10 and lo eculs per yard.
litest St v It-s l)ress foods nth and ! cents per yanl.
1ik Pieces Red and White lTannelat . i tits p r yasd: below value.
,"sH) Latest Style Jiiidics' ( lcaksat Mantuaetiirers' eost.
(iool Jeans from li'J cents jx-r yard and upwards.
Canton Flannels from 1 cents per yaixl and upwjirds.
100 Dozen Latest Style Hats at One Dollar a piece.
I have txiuht Five Hundred Suits of Clothing at Fifty Cents on the Iillar
and tliev must K" sold. 1 have ihe larsrest and Lv far the best made stock ol
liOOTrs AND SHOES. Every pair
2i0 TROUBLE TO
Messrs. HENDLEY and DALT
salesmen, will take pleasure to
CAItn In order to bur i;"J low, I have madn my Kali purchases 1hI, lmvlne
WHited uun'l tUemeatniMti ill the 1-ji-t w a over, bv whu-U iu-us I vaeuab!ed to secure
ibenul of mr slo k at alm-'st ou Imlf lh-ir original i-it, e .ne.)UeuUy those In want of
i.r. ii...in.H'kels niMf-iially beuclileil by purcli.-luu tli-'iu at the V I. He
House. Lvi tJl-Jj
JPictuie Frames, etc.
I have moved my stock or Boom. Pictures, and in fact, everything to be round lu a
first-class book Moro to tuy Old btaud, uexl
CO MS ONE!
To the People'a popular
SHOW GOODS !
r and eiitlcuien-
. 11. CliONll'rupiictor,
WAIL PAPER, SHADES,
door to the I'Ost Oflice, opposite Nelsou House
low price Look, 'store;
COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY,
What the KewEpapers Say About it. Our
northern Brethren lieptscd to
Juiga us Sarshly.
Te&ne:see fspsrs Esiorse the Fro:eeiic.
Extract from the Marshall (Teun.) Oazelte.
While we regret the necessity of the
jieople taking the law into their own
liands we are not disposed to censure
Ihe people of Columbia for their pro
cedure. Hanging was too mild a pun
ishment to le inflicted upon this vile
wretch. The people were still smart
ing under the sling of the indignity
forced upon them by the proceedings
in the Thontassou affair a few months
ago and nothing else could have been
expected from them. They knew the
law '.s delays and were determined that
sjicedy justice nhould lie meted out.
This ts a prevailing tendency every
where and will con tin tie to .strengthen
until the laws are more rigidly enforc
ed, and we would impress ujoii our
law makers the neeesity of more strin
gent measures to secure the certain and
sjHHHly enforcement of the laws and to
restrict the pardoning power of the
Governor a the only means of coun
teracting the tendency to mob vio
lence. From the Sbelbyvlllc (Teun. Commercial.
Last Saturday Miss Templeton,
daughter of Rev. A. Templeton, of Co
lumbia, had occasion to go out into the
hack yard alout 6 o'clock in the morn
ing, when she was confronted by a ne
gro named Frank McGee, alias Rill
Roper, who riendisblyoutraged her.nnd
then made his escajK. Ho wase:iptur
ed in Athens, Alaliama, and brought
back to Columbia List Monday, ami
after lieing fully identified w as taken
to the court-house and hung In broad
daylight by the outraged and indig
nant citizens. He had committed a
raj e several weeks ago ujk in a young
lady of Mobile, Alabama, and "a re
ward of SI ,000 was ottered for him,
dead or alive. He is now where no
pardon, either from the Sureme Court
or Governor Porter can reach him.
From the New York lleraiu
A case of mob law in Tennessee,
elsewhere reported, was attended by
very dramatic surroundings. The
young lady who had liecu assaulted
sentenced her black assailant to death,
which was sjieedily carried out on the
stejis of the Court-house, the officers of
the law assisting at the illegal execu
tion. Extract from the Pulaski (Tenn.,1 Citizen.
Mr. Milt. Voorhies of Pulaski wit
nessed the execution and gives graph
ic details. His fate was more than
merited. The negro, it is said, spent
Sunday in l'ulaski, going to church.
He was recognized by Mr. John West
moreland as he went through Pros
pect and he telegraphed to Columbia
which led to his capture.
From the Louisville Courier-Journal.
The great principles of law and jus
tice were violated yesterday at Colum
bia, Teun., by the citizens who swung
the negro Rojier out of the court-house
window and hung him. He was al
leged to be guilty of several dreadful
crimes; had lieen identitied bv the girl
he attempted to outrage last week. He
was, however, in the Kssesj(Jn ,,f t,.
ollicers of the law ami should have
lieen regularly tried and convicted.
The execution was not conducted un
der the forms of the law, and that was
the supreme objection, it is the grow
ing disjsisition of the eopJe to consti
tute themselves the executor of law
which is stamping the country with
the brand of lawlessness, and a terri
ble commentary is it upon the laxity
of the law for people to excuse such
lawless acts by the assertion that the
law does not punish.
From the Fayeltevillo (Tenn.,1 Impress.
Since the aliove information was re
ceived, we learn by mail that the vil
lain, Rojier, by name was captured at
Athens, Alabama, on Monday, and
brought back to Columbia, and placed
in. jail, from which a thousand infuria
ted citizens took him out by force
that evening to kill him.' The
crowd was furious, but as the ex
cited condition of his intended victim
rendered it impossible for her to iden
tify him, after much conciliatory talk,
and promises from prominent men
that, upon identification next dav,
the liend should re hunir unnn the null- I
lie square, in broad daylight, w ithout
trial, by citizens unmasked, they al
lowed him to la? returned to the jail to
await identification. This is the la
test we have from the affair at the
time we goto press, but we doubt
not the outrager has met with the fate
he deserves before this.
Extract from the Clarksville Chronicle.
If anything can iustify proceedings
outside of the law, here certainly was
provocation enough. We wish that
all crimes could le disposed of by pro
cess of law, but summary justice seemn
to lie the rule in such eases throughout
the United States, and we have no fur
ther comment to make.
From the I'ayettevllle Observer.
A negro named George Roper alias
Frank McGee, charged with an sit
tetniited outrage of Miss Templeton.
an estimable young lady of Columbia,
on Saturday last, was pursued by hun
dreds of enraged citizens, caught in
Athens, Alabama, on Mondav, anil
carried back to Columbia, if fully
identified, ho will U hung, as he
should be, without waiting for the ac
tion ot the court.
From the Waverley Journal. 1
a iimiiTKors ni-:Ei.
Columbia has Ixt-n the scene this
week of an unusual excitement result
ing in a most righteous and just hang
ing of ;i guilty fiend, that perhaps
hould have been burnt over a slow
lire. 1 he circumstances were as fol
lows: Some mornings since the
daughter of the Pastor of the CP.
Church at Columbia, a young lady ot
great worth, had occasion to go into
the back yard of her father's residence
at an earlv hour m the morning, when
she was seized by a negro scoundrel
one Rojier, alias McGee, who endeav
orcd to violate her iierson, in which
ellbrt he failed. She at once rcjiorttsl
the occurrence to her tamer, llie nt-
trro in me meantime escaping. s
oon as the assault was Known, til
most llie whole of Columbia turned
out in search of the scoundrel and
continued until he was apprehended
the following day in Athens, Alabama
The negro was nrougui k ick ami con-
lined in tail, that night a crowd of
infuriated citizens broke jiid and took
the neirro out tor the puriiosc of hang
ing him, but in olieditnce to the sua:-
estion of several prominent gentle-
nicii, rcturne.1 mm to jail, to await
his rccognitiun by the -party assaulted
which jf done then-to hang him as be
onie men tionsciou ot uoiitg rigiil
Next morning llie negro was con trout
cd with the young laily who identified
him at once as tne guilty wretch. As
the Sheriffs luirty with the negro in
charge, reached the suuare, he was ta
ken from them aint hung from the
third story window ot thecourt-hoit
where a block and ropes had Ik-cii ad
listed, ami a naiiner uisjuayeu near
ing on us iouis tue worn. i ne will
of the ieopie." i ne negro made no
statement pro or con, and after hi
hanging was identified as bavin
coiiiiuilltfd a rajie iu Mobilesometinn
since and for whom a reward of S,nu
was offered. The action of Columbia
citizens in ims matter win meet tlic
t ill sanction of an honest public.
Sherili" Davis advertises in the M.ir-
sittl (ht-rte that ne will open ;;nd
hold an election on the 3(h day of
n. xt month for the purixise (fstii'tiuil.
tju to the jH-ople tjip projMtsJtion of
voting a sutscnplion of fX'i.,iN(ti to aiu
in eomiiLctjnjr the Duck Jliver Vl!ey
Kaihxiad t 1'utrrsburij.
CMIE! ::tiIt! PMIIE!
Before Purchasing Elsewhere
SaveMoney.- and Price Our Goods
Before Purchasing Elsewhere!
Price our Iutmcuso Stock
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE!
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE!
FLANNEIjS. domestics, cassimerk
TWEEDS, TICKINGS, ETC.,
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE!
Price our TarU ami Berlin Style1 Clonic, Waterproof
Skirt, Shawls, etc.,
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWEHRE !
Price our Table Linen, Damask Napkins, Towels ami Irish Linen,
FORE PURCHASING ELSEWIINRE!
Fricc our Gloves, Hose, Handkerchief-', Corset?. Everlasting Trimmings
aud Hamburg Embroidery. BEFORE PURCHASING
PRICE! PRICE! PRICE! Our immense stock of Ladies. Mi.cV
Children's handmade Shoes BEFORE PURCHAS
Price the largest ftock of -Veils handmade Prints and
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! Ami price our Custom-made Clothing, BE
FORE PURCHASING elsewhere:
Best Calico tit O
COrXTKY MEKCiTANTS AND LARUE CASH Ilt;YElW-Ve will duplicate any bill
sold this lrte of Sew York.
KKMKMBKK! We buv goo-ls for lhrc honxes-lmy all our stoi-lt from inannfaclnrTS
ami Import. Ktrielly for ciui, then-fore Baviuj; a double rolil and trlviuji our cus
tomers Ihe benefit. , .
REMEMBER! We will not. sell ?ooda below or t cost, but we rc PnllNflPd with the
sruHllent, possible profit, aud caused you t;ood4 vhvojn r than many merchants cm buy
KKMEMPER! "We are resolved to wll our i;nod. and will nccord a hearty welcome to
all who visit um, and will show and pricetlieiu .hmI.i with pleasure it they purchase or
iTlce Last sent any where tree ot ciiur.
Soetiermi Tirade Mace
2fEW YORK rALA.CE-46 CUffe Street, '.
IW. n.-M havo iimdo Iress tiooiN a specialty.
m, 00 aud Toceuts worth double the uioiicy.
AUDEEWS, BAHKLEY & CO.,
0. 7 SOUTH
TLOWS. STRAW CUTTERS. CIDER MILLS,
TtL'IJDKIi AND LKATILKIt I'KKTlNt.', l'.TC,
Which Till In sild as cheap as thcchcaics!.
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery
KOArs, COMBS AND BRUSHES,
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Braces, Fancy and Toilet
Articles, Books and
Lamps and Chimneys,
Garden Seeds, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
And Dye Stuff, Etc, Etc.,
Pure Wines and Liquor for Medicinal purpos -s Patent Medicines, etc.
Silk and Worsted
Cent Icp "Vaii-cl!
-Sc CO., X'l-o'i-,
T E N N E S S E E .
Y.; M College Street, ashvllle, Tennessee.
lliack uij Colored Colimcrts at
Stationery. Kerosene Oil,
T23 CSI2? 33"JT7 III POLITICS.
A Letter from Ciarles Fracc:s" Aiams to
Lieut.-SsT. ItiEieimtriCcea6ioael b7
his Speech at Tammany fiiil
. en October 2 th.
ti iNcv, " Novemlicr, 177.
W. Dorshtimer, Eq., AVif York :
My Dkak Sin: At A o'cIik k it is so
dark to-tlu.v in m.v library that I can
scarcely write ntraiirlit to recognize
yours o't' the : 1 t tilt., and the r.-ccjition
of a cojiy if your remarks. I have
read it vith inucli pleasure. !t is a
firm hut moderate statement of llie
case before us iu. w!ities. . I tin n-d
lierceivc in the puhlic press ;tiiy tule
riuatc treatment of the mailer. The
moral cdect uiiu the puhlic mind
of success in elections through Ihe
agency of fraud, as exemplified in the
last election, oll'ht folic olllitcracted
with the greatest victor, or el.-e lih
siilcs will he sure to eniieeutrate
all tlielr Kwers uvu the art of elieai
iny;as the 'great instrument for tri
umph. It does no credit to the Ite
puhlican party that it has not instiiu
til an honest in vcstijr;it ion of the facts
of the case last year. Their shuiiniim
allu.-ioii to the" matter In-trays their
sense of its truth.
Yet there appears to Ik- a languid
niovcnicnt toward an amcndnieni ot
the i'onsiitulion, as it' that was nil that
was necessary to reinstate matters.
the earnest spirit lie wanting, no good
e;in come out of artificial device. The
rjticstiou is, sjhall fraud U-jusiiiied hy
success? 'I he U.-put'licatis now staiul
upon that ground. It seems to nu- to
hj the duty of all tionest men to coun
teract tiiis'tcndcncy hy upholding the
great maxim of law as well nsof mor
als, that raw? fpuits rccrythini tl'i
it 1tirh .
1 trust that as time passe-., th- im
portance of tin's iK-tion w ill he more
apjire-i.Mted. To me il is of little mo
ment, iw matters of tfiis sort rarely
move so rapidly as the general ions '
the race experience change. You are
younger ami can ho)ct 'do more use
ful work than
Yours verv truly,
C.'W Aha is.
A Easdssise Colambin Marries a llesjii:
i I'roni the Memphis Apw-h1, Nov. '
The m-irriage of Mr. alviu Yoor-hii-s
to Miss I'miiia Ilciiie, hoih ofthis
city, was celebrated yesterday morn
ing at thet'ciitral Methodist church
on Union street, iliarire and capacious
as rs this temple for worship, nearly
every seat was occupied, and ncxer1
did a concourse of people look with;
more pleasure tiion a bridal group at;
the altar. What a harming picture
did'it presi-nt. The bride was lovely,!
trusting, and held in her trembling
iiand tin- delicate llowers which wenj
emblems of her sweetness and puriiV)
The groom stoi I N-ibre the nltar ii)
his lre.-h, syinnieirical inanliooilj
proud and happy, and lioth jofull
entering upon llie holiest covenant
which man and woman can make
with each other. I. ong before t he apt
pointed hour llie crowd commenced
gathering, and, as usual on such occas
siotis, a large majority were ladies. A
carfK t was extended from IhesiiK-walk
to the church door. There was no ex
tra decoration nf the interior of the
church, w hich of itself was most im
posing. The follow ing young gentle
men acted as usher: liuis I (oiielsoil,
Uolierl H. Pillow, Hichard Wriglil,
Manly lloweii, and liram-h Martin.
I'rof.'lV-rrim; iircsided at the organ.
As the bridal parly had arranged to
leave on tne train, great promptitude
was required. At the appointed hour
the ushers took position on eilher s'de
of the altar, and the swelling tones ot
the organ and the usual flutter an
nounced ihe approach of the bridjd
parly; who entered the church iu Ihe
following order : Ilrido and groom,
f'alvine Irvine Voorhies, Kmma Ie-n!-;
attendants Mil ion IH-nic and
MissTSradiViiil; Fnil Audersmi and
Miss Stella Karnsworth; I-wis I-1 i--r-son
and Miss Minna Trcadwell; Nat
t'amp and Miss Dora (Jrey. Mr. and
Mrs. Denie, theather and mother of
the bride, lo.ik their" p:sit ion tin the
left of the criileand grcMitn. The bride
is tine of ihe most Mpu1ar young la
dies of Memphis, and iidiiiin d for her
licauty and charming manners. She
w-as dresseil in a traveling suit. She
I tore herself with a mu'et. maidenly
dignity fi-om liist to last. The bride
groom is a tall, fine-looking young
man, light hair mid remarkably bright
eyes, and carried himself bravely
through the ordeal, holding his head
erect and betraying no nervousness
whatever. He is connect til with the
house vf SchooMh-ld, Hammer A-Co.,
and is regarded as a most promising
business young man. The umikI mar
riage ceremcny was performed "'' 3t--'v.
Dr. 'it jlvrt A. Young, of Niistivillc,
in a most impressive manner. The
iffarriage celebrated, the oridid party
formed once more, as the irgan dis
coursisl sweet music, and marched
down the aisle, follfiwed by the audi
ence. The bride ami groom were ac
comp inied to the Ohio depot by many
friends, and took the train for Nash
ville and Columbia, ami w ill visit the
friends and relatives of the groom.
All ioined in expressing the hope that
the loving and joyous young couple
might never find a skeleton locked up
in the closet of their domestic house
hold. They have gone mt tion the
wild, wild s'-a of lite. That they may
have a pleasant voyage and sal'ely
reach the heaven ot (heir desires in
life and eternity, is the prayer f tin-
many friends they have lelt behind.
The Hardest Eatile cf the Tar.
Extinct from nn KtHi'ilri-r interview n ib
cicueral Jaiues u. sieeuiuMii, 01 uum.
"( icueral. what w:n the hardest lial-
tle of tin- war:''
"The haltleot I'ranklin, sir. I here
were more killed for the numlH-r en-
ra-'ed tind Ihe tim.-sieiit in lurlilin
than in any contest ol the war. It Mas
a tcrriljle t"iis-le. The relicts mai-ehed
to deatl. like heroes and fell like jrr.iss
U-I'oie the sc the. They s cil to' the
very top of the earth works an l fell lit
the'llayr stiiff. 1 was not at the Iiattle,
hut passisi over the field shortly after
ward l'at t'lehliruc and seven of hK
st ill'I.i.V in a space twenty feet square
at the very f.Mitof the Works, lie ii;i
a dead j;:oue man. lie commanded
Drajrtf' rear jruard imd I conunaiideil
the advance ;;u.inl. I hnd ninny a
hrush with him. Jle wasnlways i-cmly
to tiht, and has wheeled his com
mand iiitohatllc many a lim- to ae
coi nn hi- late me. While I s its I 'olieetoi
of tin' Tort of New Orleans I met .'en.
Hood fieUclilly. II'- i-i a trallaiit.
hiave nutn. ilcHudlwere iiiciuIm is
of the liosion t'luh and u-cd to dine
together and talk over the events of
the war. J 'i"' ,'1,.v:
"Iool, why did vou ever tljrl-.t the
hattle of rrankliuV There wits i,..
n.-essity forit. Vou could have tlank-
m1 the loi t aud ci-.issvd the river cithei i
;i,vi- or Ik Iow." ".-li iiliiian, s itu
he, "I was forced to liht that hailli;
niv ni'li were crazy to li'ht; v wen
alf in.irchiu lor days on scant food,
and they were hungry and fool sore,
and cairer to Uirht. Th y thouirlu
thev could sw-ep everything I m -fore
them, caplti re tin-post and supplies,
hiuI least for a day. I had to humor
thcin to retain my control over them,
and they went and rallied to death as
waves vainly iK-at Hpiin.-t a rock. It
was a magnificent, sorrow fill .-iht."
The wliole iutlay of tho rnite
Kinplom lor intoxictitin drinks in
lsyi; Was estimated at S7'l i,irfH,iHH;
tliat of the I'liif-d Sritli-H for the mine
yetir was staled I a Mr. 1. . l.ariiuui,
in a lemjK-raiicc address dclivere.I in
lindon soine time ao, to hate liecu
s; ni.ikmi.oou. '1 heiituounrsoexp, ti'ii-l
Jn this country is inoreasi i from year
to ye irat an enormous r U at a' far
urctt-er rale than the iHi4ulatiou,
VOL. XXIII. NO. 21.
j" s--WV I
soul li-wi-l :!li ot lln- I'lililic s.,i;an-, in llio
Iioiinx li.i ne-riy oeriipitil bv ILe liiink i!
Cotutoiiix, u-hi.-i. 1 1 ni,pn-iN Uiorcr rvi-ry-tblniu
bit line ut prices Unit will
DEFY CQfflPETfTiQH !
Will be done to order.
ll-Hiliii'. I i'.uii i in. uml i vc-rth'ii.' p. i -tfiliilu
In le.s line of business ,)U liein-i
tcl lili tllMil crm lirr lin.J i'Imcu li, r.'.
1.. H. Allwe Ii-mu b-fi,ui.id Jil HiU liouw.
ini-l would Ik- ulfil to iiavr h i I ! nlil
friends cull upon loin. nivj-77Ji'ii
Gov'iiicni Claim Aotcv
No'v i. I be i itni' to I'le -mir ttnlins -or
lloii'iiy. A i r. ;i:- ntni -;o , l Viiion null At-ruiu-s,
W ;irot tl.'fnl i-... All Ctiiln.s or
jiToiii-ii y lulit-u by lo- l i-ilcr:il army during ,
the war. cull, cuilu lib low usnul dlspHtch. ,
1'crv.iis fn in dlMunce enn coii.iiiuiilealf !
Willi lilt- lllliicislncil. Ail blj-illl Ml BtU-llil.
ed to i.r..uitiy. otjice-iiini.r ijtraid aud j
Mali. No. 2-.' North Vain SHns-t. i
Mar.:., 1-77-lv. J. 1.. WIIXJN. ,
in iH'f v h i . ti 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 r v 1 1 - mo Alai lt-lore :
First National Bank
M 'oluiubia, 'i'i uu. s-ee.
Does a General Banking and
T. W. KEESEE, President,
i.roii s 1 uii;i;siiN. cashi. r.
1i tilt f in till Lint In tif
P.tsiiii oi tit u m ill k-i fiiniifr by cmII
1 ii ut i in-" I.n tin Ibmsii AcHiu'l ihe c'or-ti.-r."
win-r- v i-ri I hi ni-cilcd l-ir Ihe t;i
blo ih it hs hii.l cbfiieer tunn ilmwlifin, mid
those 1 1. mi Hie fouuiiv do I be miiiic. Hud hI- I
no b-irt.-r I lit ir ir.(lii.H or rfH.-elve cash from
ns lur an.vl IiIiil- they wish to Bell. " No.
21 liiirdei, Wireet. HPlt-ly.
M0NUMEIITS AND TOMBSTONES
All of the l"t lUHiin Mai hie.
I. also, have theliiteht sly le of th l-ns.
All wrk a. -Ii-hii
iih e i a u.i none o:ku iu tc.
i . . .
r' est Man, S:rt-i-i. lo ur 1 be
a i F.rtTAi.N" t urn: vou
A U'- ll'in b'-r ot ,i-lliniili:ils .-in I . I ln .
fiiriiivbe.1, but I select only one, b i-iik
nil Hie n-.idi K of ll.l" fii-r know bun. 1
I- tl.lll. IU'. I! 1'.. ilMHll.-II, SOI . X H 1 lll'l d
lrii-.'t;i-l uml M man ol Ibe hlyhcst inlcicrity,
'a-ii ii.i.k, Tkn.n., Nov. Is, lsor. ,
Krr. .!.-. .V'-:(' -
I if. I'.laki-. .t tbn t inn li- , bind l'risby te
riioi i'nliii.biiijr lions. , ms, ii(et Vii tttf.
lioi tie ut nnr "W I V I : OK AI;i i I." An
I liMve hen lu the dune Imsinss ut tint,
city turn iiurnlH-r of ynrn, I kiihw nt wf-ver-al
ji.di.-n who weii great i.nlteri-s In iimy.
iili-t'n'iil uieuKl i uhI dUlui bsncen, Hlnl one
in fii I ifiilMr, u b.ww hiiltei t hum were i xn-at
Hi her 'nn no lily fs-rl."!-," I nal hhelii-iii. h,.
IV llMfl WHMSIIIf.. I felt that f Ii lv u 1.1 l ... M
j iroiiil lesl, anil iKsvetbn itiedichie In her.
j Mietook H an ir-tiinl by yon, and iti-iiilrc-
ware, Stoves, Sc.
m ftp m
"?h?rs c"7. 7i cTTftofl-'r'iri
IV relii'V. il IK-r. II Is o-roonly a H'ou.leilul
r'enicdv, and 1 trust that the lay win uNni
cmie ween all the women who autli-r thus
Will hmcamsHliijuur modiolim.
Yiii veiy uuly, J :. K tioolii.i:TT.
Manufactured t-d ,ii bv
11. 1.. MiKl.ltr.KA i n.,
Wylhe vMit, 'leun.
, For ale by ail liruitKtHiH.
Price One Dollar Per Bottle.
f'OKTT ItiBS MEleHB tflC tttlit. .
DR. C. M9LANFS
for the cim or
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
BVSfErSIA ANTi f-iC t W Ai. At II I .
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the cdze
m of ,.iie ribs, increases on pressure ;
- sometimes the pain i 5 in the left side ;
i the patient is rareiyacie to heon the 'Pit
1 side ; sometimes the pain is felt under
the shoulder-blade, and it frequently
' extends to the top of ihe shoulder, and
i sometimes mistaken for a rheuma
tism in the. inn. The stomach isnllbct
: rd with hii-, of appct ite and sickness ;
the bowels in general .ne costive,
sometimes alternative with lax; the
head is tiouMed with pnin.accoinpan
! iedwith a dull, heavy sensation in the
' hack j). ut. There is generally a con
' siderahle lussoi" meinoiy, accompan
ied with a painful sensation of ka ing
left undone sotnctliingwM Ji ought to
ha -e hee-i done. A slight, dry cough
is sometimes jmi attendant. 'j'hc ia
tient complains of weariness and de
bility ; he is easily st:. tiled, his feet aio
; cold oi burning, ;ind !,c tompla'msol'a
prick I v sensation cd "the skin : I is spir
its ate low : and although be is satis
lie ! that exercise would I t- Lenclici.d
to i.im. yvt ho caii scarcely siiinuioii
' up foi titudc enough lo ti y it. In I'.nt
' he distrusticveiy icincuv ';cc-ia! k
but cacs "na e occiu led s here few ot
them existed, jet c.auiii:.ibou of tin:
l)ody,:ifiCi death, h:- shown the I.I VF.U
to have been extensively dei.nigcd.
' AGUE AN D EE VEK.'
Dn C MfLANt's. Liver I'll i.s.
casks or Agi.e ami li vnt. when
taken with Quinine, aic pioductivtrof
llie most huppy icsults. No belter
c.ilhaitic enn c u-cd, picp.u a!oi v to,
or after taking Cjd'.iinc. 'c would
advise all who .tie alTlictc 1 with tliis
disease to giv e them A t .iirt tic i a r .
' I'or all Hi lions del angements and ;es
, asiniplc purgative tlicyareiiucqualed.
BtWAKn OT IMII A I IO.
The genuine Dit. C. MVLanes
LivETt l'n.LS aic ncvci sugai coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Drt.
M'Lanfs Livr.it IV r
i "ne-2cnuineMVLANi:'s Lr. fuI'ii i.m
bear the signatures of C. M. Lam .
' ndFi.F.v.iNG lRO:;.on the i.ippcis.
iyLi65to.iot:r diuggist or store
keeper giving) oil ihegenuiite Dr. C.
M: Lane's J.ivtu Tux?, pitj)aiel
. ... . t-.. i ':. i.
by 1" lCIVT.ng liTOS., I lUbLlil.l, L .1. j
0Id bv all FCbpCcUblc llllguisli
wl" - V
a;.d country stoici.cc pcrs generally.
.. .n. r vn i- .'. I i-
Jrr,, rJ A "iv in. J
1 me L'lii'.eJ Sl.:'f-. r of i ' k
crius. tUMOli l.liu.. i ... .u-iii,,
ytCfie UIJ fUmi'l. I'-in'r Xiit!t Until HI.
COLUMBIA, - - TEXSIiSHLB
K. K L" UN. T. W. TL ri N.
We have in
M-k n lir-t-cla-s
J EN Ml". I.IN1 S.
i .n., i-:tc.
i .!-o I la i u Iron i '
JKl.OO to MlOO.OO
nnr work li f i rs: -l.i-; tho i, n- lum-r
f liiin I be .line k mil i l v 01 k c i n lnmlit
no: I h ol I 'oln in (id. . KlllN.t "It'KJ'I.N.
June i.o-7 7 - j j .
MIL LIKE EY
ii 1 1 :
IliUlcrlck lVlicvii for :ild. Mmnn
lug arid I 'I ii K I n i dun to order. )uuwJ-tf
New 'l'lii'iuboiii: llif!ifii mid Kelui-
furnished In l.l'xaul rsi J lr!
Vi-di r ft Mm I'I ttii'l A ivulli Nrfli,
tilt IsJVl U. K, . . KLNTVCKl.
l'are -'.'H) J'er Day.
11. Al.l..ANI'Klt A. t n ,
mi, it y
Boot ;i ml Shoe ol akcr.
Kdlltll 1 llillHI
! I desire I'i wiv lo niv til I j-uitoioeis n rid
olbei-s, Ibut 1 Mill iiiMice I.'hih Mini Mioch,
.Old I hill no .in. i- We li u i.l b.irl.f.l to :il
i i lie mi. Any wrsoo or m ichuiil r t e 1 1 J I u
to sell lny lliMiH in-si,ier, s ill 1 1 .1 mil Li 1 ho
til: bl if , ur lie 1 leillriK H IiiIs.-ImmhI.
Mhv l--771.. I Kll.K lll.t KtM'.ACII.
j JOUN T. TLCKKil. W. 1'. 1 LC'KI.U.
J. T. & W. F. TUCKER,
' Wholesale uJ Uctall
Norlli-cast Corut-r 1'ublic fvjijure,
(.'uluittlitl, ." 'I'tit itt.ti.' .
j I ihIci-s In ci ill' i ii Hiel ill' U iinln ul nn ut f.
! ! Iln-rMl HdvMii.-ts iniiile in khi.IiIu otolf.
.n . I!i.7ii-ly.
1 tic Iloini' "I .liul-; MmiIiii. iffilbeMt.
I'Ii-hsuiiI t ur Ii 'i lit-, t tnii-s from 'luin.
bii . t-. N. M.M.I IN.
Nov .3th-Ii."7-' m.
li. A. ' luitf.
J. Mih.) Loru.
A. f. -Ji-1-
CRAIG & CO.,
Grain aud Troduce Tierchauts.
1 In .ilil'li.-d
liiri:i Wiov iimi'i; ut , I.,,
I II lull lcliK.
'I bey have inniile Morxu't
room, iiiul Miitclt iniininiii. i.o-. le-rirra
l,'o,n,il ly anil Hllsi .(i iiy titled. A lrcU
surely ol . miil'v i.im. rlt-i ids-ii) ou
tin in I, al I lie -iy lo-st i ire. o ,D I
in. oi t'.-h l.'in.
Carver & Horn's
HOG iWMi REMEDY.
A ci'tlaln, i fb-cilvo and 'pini r . nr, amt
a Mire rve,iMv of Hie spro.., n Ihttdis
hm.c. iTn-f ?J. I a fx, ku,-.-, , 1.1,11,1,,. tf
tl'-l. nt to l ine I -iil;, lints. Kvr v,hii Iiok-1
al a ist of ouly ten :i-,iu bo.i.
A.. I. r.ti Kit A o..
-pt7-lv , NiKhviile, lean.
Emporium of Fashion,
j MRS. M. J. BRYANT, Ag't.