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town and county.
Friday Morning', December 7, 1877.
TO CANDIUtlF. AND T II tilt
A'l eatit 01 trciiiU'fiei to run f.ir "fay, or?
O'l'.i-rCixt'inrnti, arui be a ccv? n pti .ne-d ly the
coh. lo inrure luzertijn.
1.3 U A IK1K, PAIU IS AO VANCE.
Tb Hcraia lor Unr Dollar t Tear II
fitbn nf IkU f-r ovrr, NO pf vcor.
The money niust a:u.vtaccoiopany clabs.
RAILROAD nCMLIU LE.
Express, arrives, dally, .-. .......
Acooit). - except riunuay,...
Aorjio. nr., excert Sunday, ,
, fr'O, A.
Slot, A. M
, ?jo, r. m.
D- R. V.R. R. SCHEDULE
No. 1 leavc-s...
8. A. M
Traitn run daily except Sunday. No. I
counwj'-- with Kc-comroodaHiJO to .lashvlile
and tur''j,;ii train to Montgomery.
to i.it.tot h i 1 LLLit:nici:.
- I: T. Dr. Wright preached u able
in.u rli.iiila.v rut.i nlng, ou the "Lord's Sup
per. ' Il was iie most satisfactory w rinuu
..... ,-vt-r heard 011 the subject. H-J quoted
in., uari.iui til' si. Paul to lin? Christians of
..r. ii 11 nut 10 eit and drink tin worthily of I
tn I. -ru's i-upper, lest they orinli to tbflr j
f n tliiiiuiitiwn. Jr Wright said this warn- j
la. u:.d beta a stumbiiug-uioca to many
s-i.c ni Christians. He el plu : ued that ihe
pu-sage could leli r to ti'i cue in the congre-,-.iiou.
For a Pel lod, tot accurately kuuwn
Low the Lord's dupper wad ulrvcd
iilvra.lv aa It was flit served that Is, the
. , . r i.tiu aiiH lirU.U. wax eikt-
eu,..tj . iierwaru the l.ove IVaet of Bread J
.....1 it...... t 1. v 1 .1 1 1:. tfrr'.aionsi. Bl t
I lt-ti.tinr .u;."!. , Uiu ie-jpie drouk to I
tin.iikcitnesH. tuj a' jjiuttouously. U wa)
tin-, i.itt in Apvtl-ji-oadf!itot!l hj worthy j
il "foiiiieuiuation," not uamnatiou, as it it
lrui.!U'ii. Alter Vr. WrlijlV xeraion, the
1jirt'M rupp-r w n admliilaUii'eil, lue fiaator colored, out to tbo mu i-'wimo ihhi saiur
iv:;rji; i- .-.el lu Its rjlul-fatlon, by.Kv. J. day. Tbia was the Dly prisoner sint dur
i! tlu:r.i.tou aod Kijv.W. M. Voorhien. i'raf. J lug thp lasit term of tb Criruiual Court.
t'lUisuiu lKl thB uuulr. brilliant wetldlug on the isth. ii wide
lr J. J. Maeti'.il preachod au aW aer- f and liruuette. Meti.o(iW saU EWwjwilao.
mull m'u TiiHiikvlviu iJuy. Monte PlckeuH I mo of the bellca ot Oolu'ribta. r)gbt md
and ms viniiu uMaietd tno choir, e.hii'li hai ; lieamllul. Jt'a ery t-ad. Tin ever thus.'
talent t the lirsl older, and Li np.enan.uy 1
triiu.:d Mtuday n.yht Vr. Mitchell preaeu.
ed, b" re"ju""t , a very hi rong and able sr
ii.oii'iiii . (.uuikbiueui, Laaiug ground
in favor hi its alj.o;ui ut-cetiily tv oivllira
tiou and toiHl MM'li-ly, and aa a prevention
oloniii". He said it had iieeu artcued that
ep:t..l .anisi,uieut v iw ixuru ttuni tue
.u IrtUiuenl, and tlit It waa revoaeu iu j
tbe New Tealainem. ' Thia vraa a uvlaiake, j
and liie I)..rtor ijuotef lanuune Iroul Wt. .
I'am ft.oinltiai rupttal puuiKUinent wat I
recotii!.u. and eudoisfed by him. J
B. F.Cloud loft for Kentucky a fe-iT dayn
jieiierl H. tra;y, of Louisville, was In
John Miiehe.L, of Gllta, wao la tyvfO Fn-
drfv, buyiu lion.
v. . . . uH' r '.nd T. V,. Kelly, of Leute-
bur.;, weie in i- u reeeiit: .
Mr. A. B. iv-jch, : icidliia tuerthaut ol
;.';liv:i:e, v:.s in t"ti Moi:U-iy.
. b. .-em flil', ot Hr-uvilte, whh rircula-
tlug kiiiRiv: li'imds h-.-ri lh'. week.
Juhnnv i. r.oid, of h1iv111c. was lu
Viwu a"t-jw uiiys biiit-e. He i-i u fuvorito
Judge A. t. l4.u--es.oiie of tho b'g lawyers
nt 1 e imts-vj, caliix out irulu Nashville last
Dr. ku'Tok.(i1 is.inia r e. uuu mi. iuvihm
WiilK-, ol Cuuipbeli'a fclatioii, were in tow u j j;r iilovus has erected In thv yard !ui
ljt Mondny. i mediately in tht rir oi llaiuuyr Hal!, a
r.l.l. I Jjmes H. Morton, of lier'lu, was In , rxip,and 11 snid cjop Ibero wwj boustsi
. ..,, i i.i i-.i..-.,i4 . I'.nwiw ou Ins return ! . "si tuvi-.-v.. .letr will kill tuo
from Nashvliiv, I
Vr. .!.in. l. Wu'dlo, cscut li r the great
A iwi''hu 'i'ni hine Water Wheel, has been j
iu itir r;iuiii a day or two.
Miss L.izsi'j Hei', a very pretly yoU-ijj la-
dv ot No. tn Alabauia, la M-siliug Mr. i J.
M ri .r, h lm l. v .
.i.s .L.i.k .ii'.,. of Kv.. a ttulccitid luoking
vouna uuy , i i-'U o.lor, c luo up from Ml. .
J'J'ts.tlll Iri'elill.. t
W in. G eiison, of Atlanta; IS. W. Booth, ot !
N. 1 ., und it. M. VVeOer, ol Nashville, were j
in lovvu las'. weih. j
Mi l, A 'it-l'ii Cecil, a -nar;uiiis libcu
eyed ','. lady ol tin; Biyjee, V islled Mr.J.
1. Koud t.iiiillv tins weea.
'J'otf.ioy llui.!. son. nltlierti M ofsowell
Il..i(li,n. l.v ii.iiii. reruj O'lU'li on
Noirow iiaug'. last Tusiay.
Mls Alicu Chimin, w ho lias te u vlsiilnj
i..i...k in Cciiniiihia several weeks
is-ii, 'i-.e .o'lUu'-d hilr,.iJ. r r,- ; -hiirinK ILe hist iii':iin. rsovcnofr, j. j .
Tmn. '. VVuren, of liolivar, IVuii., V la.t- ; y. y. Tucker lsulil b.'ie. f oot ton; J.
tdfuriiiis and i'ia:iui.s in lo-n. lorn la M. Foster, B.; Mart lu it Kiuiiry,"; y. I. F.
u fist cia-a punier aud uowspuptr man. Mulkod, 1; A. irKfliiiau, l'j"; Holding A
Hnirv 1. tii.-a'.is, a promiuubt merchant , 0-( Jisttai, I,lN.
oiKruiik in. wh.4 iu l' n Monday, uud went ; -f no Board of Mayor ami A ldormvu, ex
l?)Pi riiViun ivu curl Willi a lovely t-ru- j Ma', or .Inho I alt a, and several filends, were
netie. , treated tooyslef-j at Ibu Kpifuopal Oyster
Kin I f'avl'.KberltT or Marshall county, j -,uppPr Fri'Uy night, by tbo Kecorder, City
i-a iui-j.ii lit-w l"uevJ:iv, with two j t,)rDCV, i'oiK't iiieu mill City Vtarslial.
.;..tLM p-:-,,ujr-. houst -bM.'akeis, taking! Ke uw will be found th: burial eXja'Dsea
tl-f.ii l'i i be p. iii'.ci.U.iU j of Gvorin Koper, ai'Si I'runk VeGiiefr: i'or-
Siliic n timx, ol Marshall county, j ltf Bntf Tucker. lowai-J. SLVi-Oo; diijlng
rauie J'jwd ou t .Narrow IriiiKe Tuimday , urave, Vr, cotiin, i i; etra poi'Ce. ;-s. Coium
im her way to Niu.hviite .to Mall. In;r reia- j 0la wjuid aith pleasure huvu paid auy
t!o..n ti.'.re, Ml'J .UOt.KllUS UU'J tiar'lis'ms.
s .v.b-oGi-eeii, cf Louisville, a raaijoin-
cul i'.i'.i't t.vass Gill, has ra-eu visiuug her
, :,ui mili brunette trlr-nd, Mtsu tiraiy, ill
tins pl-.ee. tsL.e bus uiado u i;ood iuipios
Dr. r-j. in'i r IF. 11, a handsome and arc.iin
plis'.eu y uuue pin sicif-u of Carter's Crc U,
was iu town MouJuy. Ueisgod youug
man. HUU lovoo cuuith people, preacheis,
Mi. J in MiicbeU rtturneJ. from Aikan
e:ts im (Treli. lie will go oui and take
r .uieul iiiriurni bis fathtr bougut from
ill. . li- Ullliard. We are glad Jim haa
jiism .Auuie B-ilCa'cior, wbo lias beim on a ;
Visit to . !1I1V ilie, lliis relill lieu. .i isa .vii
Ule i u Hiui.ible, hai:dsoiue youug lady,
aud Hoi suuday-M-'Lool wii bo rejoiced at
M. s.iiu 1. f-;.-kird and bis handsome
w le, ol ist i v uiisi.u, A iu.. wi re In lflu Sat
UJday. Ibe.v went lo Jay Hunter's I riday
n.u.,i.i it. i'le.isHui rjAluiday utglit, aud
returned lionie Tuei-i:iy.
J. f. Tillman, rr'.-enliy rlu'ktl Kepresenla
II e i i Man . ail Couuty by a ni-.tonty ol
l.viy -one voles, pasl Ibrouahbere fues
ilay , on ins way lo .Nnshvilm, to atteud leg
lfliiuri', wh ion KMiiulil"rt on Weduesday.
Mr. Aiis iirowii, sr., one of the oldest and
msi highly i-s.ei'iied Cltieus of Ihivldson,
ciii-il i'uesdnv nioiuiug. He was lalber ot
Mrs. l)r. T. li ll'iliiH aud Mr. .V. F. Brown,
liuih ol our town. Ins family celebrated his
gold-u wedding lu luo eany part OI Noveui-
Miss ( leia I!nlu, a handsome youiig la
dv i,i I pi- rvili. V a., is visiting her sister,
Mr. ill wlicl. She WMlfb HOIU PeHUl.IUl
iliy.oueof Hit- oMest sellieli.' uta lu 1
Aiuei icj, ai.d we ti ust sbo will have a pleas-
Mi. John Fiieion went to Nashville hat
rrday, tot ieil. and train being behind, be
did uol gel nouie until Sunday night, A
frcigul lialn aolott ibe track bcyoud Ilreut
wovst, aud kept tno j.asseugor train back
litil.l utaily niKbi"
Capt. D-i id s. Mertlu, Mayor of l'ulai-kl,
und one fits hailing mercuants and cti
ieus, as in lowu 'luesday, altenulng tho
iai ol nis niecKi. .iiss i. im' i. .'ittiuu.
1 iiiisviln ; J. L. Wado aud J. r
uuu's e-loie, Wlulaiusou Co.,
were all m ;
lowu recent ly.
Mr. lalviu Irvlno Vnorhles aoti of
ureuciier aii.t hniel lor another -ami Ul
bv her brialil. sat el wa vs. but he-r busliaud I
ins;.! not ieel . legions, ior liis grand slulurejc
aud bobic I
lien Iihs no eer iu these pans. I
-lie Is one 01 tlne blight little t rencU dar
iiugs.jusl made 10 iu.-Uo tho world happy.
eU'i u n ut
rch aud joined that ol her
vouuii ladv ot Memphis, was nnirneii iu
That eiiv llul wei k to Mr. Johu lKmglaes
itoii.iisoii. The ceremony was performed
l-l l .villi v Church by the Ilev. Geo. White.
Mi- Boutiii-l.reeii, a beautiful t'rl ot thia
l-'JIlilty, wits one ol the atle-ndiiuU-she wai
ted uu .M 1. Hop Johnston, tbe brilliant
i-llv .ili'.oi ot the .li'-r. Misa 1.1zie Wal
Unr, of a weil kcovi u lainlly lu tins place,
was another Mailer. Mi Anno I'ickelt
H. n.tn iu-i i.uiiwi.1 is in l oluiubid,, uud is a
ugitsi 1.1M.1 ne iicie. she is a daughterof
C'ki. W r-. I'lekLtt, win, man led a daughter
ol Jjmes w alKer, l.nithe-r-iu-iaw to Preel-ili-nt
Polk. 1 he Memphis lppcuf says; "Mr
j;o!uU!-m beiougs to an old aud highly es
teelued ialutlv of MeUli'hls. UUd is justly
lopuiar w t'U his largo circle oi acquaiul
iu,.,. .V gi..itleiiiau by birth, a fce-noiar by
Mudy, and a lawyer by pru!st,ku and jirac
tioc, Mr. Kobiusou enjoys a reputation such
us oul v the meritorious in intellect aud the
deserving lu heart can acquire. No young i
,,.uii in the commuully Ui-utltled to a high-
. . . -..-. ..... , . .. l
Idemiio 11 Ol resjive-i i'i nu 1'1. .
, : , ,ir. K.ilniisou. Hlsbrlite la also a
laeiuoirof oue-ot ' the oldest aud best known
1-tiiiiilvS lu I 'jo State of Tfiiuesseo, she belug
iueuaiifhierot Ml. W. S. Picket l, Whose
wh.iiv.- hie uud character, liko tuat of the
laiul:v. ate aiuoiig the uet aud most sleri
lu !.' e-ii hi:, sui-le-ly. The bride Is noted
Jof those ui.'.'.uU.u ijUUillIvs of he-art, eh'gaul
111 tu nr.. i I iniii.l. uud radued graces ol
niiiuin r '.L:.t t-lexaio eud adorn tne- ciuirae-i.-r.i
ito.i.M'i, uiid insi.e her tbe type au.l
rv.liiy ol tne purest .nd most eiiuobluig
lov, .lutssol i-Hilti. Probably no two pei
S'Uk 111 Men. phis are helter suited by cougo
liiul'.ty aud l.-vaTiiiii of character for each
t.tiii t s iiiv t tiau M r. lloulnsvin and bride,
iif ii-s l'u kett. No wouoer, then, that Csl
111v 1 i inc 1 km-o urowded w UU the t'i'e
ud lashi-.il of rtemphiM 's-lety yesterday
to w iii.'-ss the U'.ipilxis i; ibis lady and gen
tleman. N.il only tne yoiiiiu, but the old
jssip e w-r.. I in ro iu couuue numbers,
each :nd 1 ty one n.hlinu a srulle and giv
ing a Kla.Ueii 11,4 look to thi Joyous he-arts
C-l Lllde-aud groom.
i.s. J.-.i icon i Co's. "iLjifcl sor-
S .-e.llTil-I'I-'vl U i pii !-v -rn ,v'i
i vaimil l.mr. it li Kuirn1(.l
anv tiiiultem: 1011. an. 1 iuiiniin.
Illlril IIS 1.0 lieailsi-lii'
ai't viailiu tsa nlie of Coluiot-la, but Mclntyre, two of the most obliglug hotel
lia' Ia'cou.i. ono ft tbe solid and substantial clerks lu the country, will be lound In the
i ll i.ous ot thai solid town, I'ulakl. office. 1a,"K- 'J'.V 'ly,'.
lo.iii W . McMesu r, N. V.t G. BiselioiT. Jr., - Mi a. Margaret J. W bite, widow of the la-Na-liville:
Geo. liaiiuio, Palmy rn: J. I. Bus i niented Dr. Aaron C. Wblte, died asl V ed
MUii.'r ssi riufctteid, D..10; J. N. Wignin, N. uesday morning ut hei restdeuoe lu Spring
V- Iikj Hmi. ti. Vaubviile; J. Mil Jlunur, I Hill. She was Gjrn April 1'Ji, Isls. she
l.s I'l-.m-b. Dr. II. Tern II. C. H. McKay, A. I was au amiable aud lovely woman, and lie
V ....... r u i Ik m. sinenrs. ' inveit bv all wlio kuew her. tor several
ul ..I i.m hi... mi - i -o, i. ii, i. .'ini uu. .
usr'iiliin au.l in- eiy ui uie, are v 1111114 1 y uuu, iv...... , ..v.... -- --- - j
..... . . i i .... . .... ..v...... i.v.v.iit- rn u- until li in il uu h i Heel ?i i
l-flii v iiKUi'i L. I ill lias IMS-11 II V- esia-e'lMI.I CI uei, v-muihi .v v.. -v..., .v..v,. ,
I UK in Memidils s. . ml years, uud married ! tlie crusiilng oue of u falher's death. Is soil-
tneie. 1 u our tnt 1 age will be iouud an i eued by "1 hue, the mail her of all sorrows. ;
. i- ' ..?. .1 .11 i..i. t il'.. .......I .i...v,ii.. mviiihhI hut tt li imr !
1- . 1 . ' I .11 11. ' . 1 in. u . . . uiid . . . r. . . . 1 - . 1 1 . 1 . 1. v tv " v 1 . - I ,
I . . I . . , ; , ' 11,1 KKeUllS'ArOt WliUll-U HIIVUIVI I 11V-Him O" " ' " - " " ..-v. . .
X. V muu that, does not do somothing treat ! cousolaUou iu the fact that be was always
liit.'.o v.orid wllhbuvuu wlle-ougblu to j giaal and atteullve to her. aud that lu lite
liii - iilr he uever left her proscuce or eulorexl it,
" " . 11 1,, fMclmtf. a cfurmine without embracing her with a kiss. May
.il .1 iiin .-n...... .- . - . I.. . . . .., . . . i 1
-.: iilil li Utl deSie-rs.
-vrbit do you thin of the weather?
Itiliie Mooro boogbt seventeen muits
Beu Ltpsc.imh recently' shipped 1. 0 hogs
by rati to l-ouisviliu.
Howard Carpenter shipped twenty
two ruules to Uemopolis, Ala., yesterday.
Hoy Walker shot himself through bis
left band with a pistol one day last wvek.
J. li. Kennedy was, I ant Saturday, com-
mlssleued a luagistrarefor the 2nd civil dls-
trifw. O. Lewis, of Pulaski, and Trustee or
Giles County, was lu our city two days tula
'I tier he been a new platform crowing
laid down at Tlluomb A Towler's corner, on
Th Colored FIAT Minstrels will elve an
other of their entertainments At Ham-
net Hall aoou.
For the month nf Novomber. Jndge Pil
low trt Jd eleven oabo, and asoed lined
fotnmy K-ilns, Jr.. prom1e to bo a bet
ter cheaa player than uvea his father, w ho
baa tieTtr been beaten.
Kuibry A rleinon will open.lo-morrow,
noiher large lot rt fashionable cloak at
prleea to ault everybody. It
We are glad to aee our fricn-l, Bon uueat,
egalu loblnd tbe cmtnltra of Goodman
XuCker, nelllng Rrooerlen
Thn 1H foot cupoia of the new church at
Blgbyvlile, was completed yef.terday by
workmen irouj this city.
Hal Holcoinb. wbo has beon absent In
Arkanaas for the lHt threo or four weefce,
arrived home last Munday.
A apleudid ppily van glTen lant i.i?ht by
the young men of town 'o falvin Voortles
and his beautiful Method Ut bruie.
John Martin, foreman of Ku'in A Tur
pln's paint shop, !ot trool hli fingers la a
naunj mill one d.v lat week.
Nellie," the imported bitch belonging
to Felix Kliriner, died lat Kunduy. i elix
bud "Ntllle" put away lu a neatcoirin.
Read tbe uepartmeut of terapcrtnc In
the flrnt ond second ooinmns of tho fourth
page. It In interesting and instructive.
i5mbry 4 f 'r.isrou vvtll npon on to-inn r
rowmomingaaotherlitrtfeh't of fashlonii
blecloakMat prices to suit everyltody. It
Workmen nre now ent;vced building a
boul vard pui.t-r ou tbe puolio square fom
Oreen ChalUu's to Titcotnb Towler'a cor
ner. -Jwip anJ tics Pi'ji'.!!. vsterday. KoiHh-
ed painting the Insrto Hud
beautiful new Methodist Ch
ouiAide ot vne
ire a at -
Uugh U. Ojo'i will, t'xlay.ojiea a fami
ly giooerv o&;l di mkinghauvjij iu the houho
torinerlv"bivv.i.ifJ by "Saulro Welch, near;
Burn'a lnrlu:. . I
Col. rSul. W. Jone 1iu ohfirtf-red a train
and will Ktrt to-d.-iv for e7 t'rlttns, lu
company w ilb one ttiousaud le.vk.ey a, and
nnA linm:rf(l lltitl r.!v U11'I
-Thero w:U Iw r!dlar inonthly meet-
tlntf of tho Voun? Men's Chnttun A"-ool. 1
tiou in tho ilusomr Hitjl tieit Aiouday j
eveniuac at teven oViock. ,
!.!& ieava:n cti r!'-.l Oeorjio Orahaui, i
The nnli.it of the M. E. Chur.-h was dra-
nn.1 Ukl Hnnrtav. for HlHllon iiarviD. Who
died iu St. Ixutn Nuv.it; Itwaadoueat the j
re'jut of tbe pactor.aud will remain thirty j
Tom KalQce, tho alTabln and eUclnt I
eprec.s aeilverur, na- imiuuou, anu "m i
crart taaes uih pmce. .-ir. imiuwi
tn chury of lh Kiprec-s cu tue Harrow
The building of V. It. Farls, tvh.oh Is
beiast erected oti J-'ljilit fctrent, botweeu 5 m-
hrui.i.,liv.!.li. Ma'.n. will be eoiui'ieted
I uent week. aud occupl'jd as b carrliiao aud
i 5(r. fiiil AtJrlon. of t!ie Ilth dlnirict.
; tnu wueroj a hog wbloh la tnree teet and i
two inehea in height, ellit ftet lu length, j
UIHj v olh.a eiglit huudic-d pounds aud still J
, the lio; is not fat. j
Jo. ja-obs, couduelor ou a trelght tralu,
! hays tb:t tha neira ho van hung la this,
i cl,y lul ve.-k, e.ole bis rtdo when ho flrt
came to Columbia. Jo.6ushe juU'jd him J
QUt ol a t,ok t.r.
j vi t'lu-slM night last vi o wei-J glad lot
WJ Ha addlMoual lamp placed upon oar!
; biroet, which will be lu th: ruf-ire, llshted
lofulahls. ftlfoii the cum ;r ol boulli Maiu j
j auQ KighlHtrcetn. 4
.Martin Klntr. colored, a crlpi negro,
who was at onetimea porter ot Sain Cook's !
orryr. . la uow iviuc very low v illi c'U- J
sumption, and needs ussltLauoO ironi nis
. i ...it
lurfa. ys aud send them to tbo marbot-s of J
r hm iestnti and New Orl-ans.
'jbe ladir-s of the Methodist Church In
Lcwlsbur. will give au oyster supper ou
- rijay night, IK-c. Mth, for thebeuefitot
, MethoUisl C hurch at that placo. Ad-
Bill Ho.itian went
last Tuesday, and
Voulre Hugh Gordon
taken un oulb to drink no more luloxlca-
tiug driuka for tn s;.&i' ot st mouths.,
- I 'lea Hi'ui ans iciorniri -.a tiie.t on y one I
)eriii, a uj(r. man, was si.jter.ci-'.l to the i
Work-bouse at the lust term oi m; Criminal )
Court and that his luta.1 number o: priro-
nr Ik shiiti.
i Co:if.e':ou:-rs are (irearuiiig of "hrlstmas
I hnlldavs and ttej u; iivai llug murrlaes.
' I he iii'i'iiners liiiew is- an- minuted at ntcht
' oy hrid'-s In went of wearmu apparel sutla-
blo r tne weuuiug least.
umiv.i ill for tills Iu rii.i.
James . tiaynes V etRyinii w.u ine
popular house of A. Hoseuiliai A Bio. Jiu
uas mauy iriorids aiuoi!i! th i(ii1h, t'i n
and county, while aud b ack, aud is doing
erllcleut work for hia house.
Mr. James Hodte. t-llv ersiu'.th, luforms
ns that on Tuesday miil last, tome peisou
shot and kiiicd his fine Imported I.nglish
Berkshire isiar. He re pviesls us to siy to
the oue that committed tue deed, that if he
w,ii mine to him aud acknowledge the
same, he will matte him a present of five j
silver Mpanish dollars. j
u-.i. i.miknii uml A rmhtfiul T'.nnd "ni- !
luted" a terry-boat from tuts city to(enire-
N u, ,) n Du
E ft'.vtr, luty luiiuu me
viivse" In three dfi-.s. ilistaii.-e one hun
dred miles. 1 lie boat will un-u lu carry
ing rooks to tml Id the piers of a bridge to
be erected at Ceutreville and across Duck
The following otT.ceis were elected last
Friday lo Fire Company No. 1 : Wiu. .T. An
drews, Caplu'u; Wm. X. Wright. First Direc
tor of Hose; David Goad. Second 1 irector of
Hose; Pltt3 W hile, l-'irst Plpcmac; terKe
I'lnion, Second Fiperaaii; lobe Halcorab,
First Axman: D.ck tliissoil, Socoud Axmau;
Jobu Wood, Lantern Carrier,
Mrs. Mil Carter dlel at bor residence, on
KnobCrsek. Tuewiay night last.
-4 ol. Nat W. Jones and Folk Davie
hrouuht to thia city yesterday z hogs,
vcbich they Is.naht in Perry county.
Fnibry A rl rson will opeu, to-morrow,
m.i.liif.r nrvc so-a ofovenroats for men and
boy. ThelrutW patent overcoat Is a beau-
iv. ui- r-fci. .
"The new railroad brldjre over Duck Liv
er, la competed. It is built of lrou uud
woisl.andls a inaguifjuent bridge. Mat.
McUuru, the builder, has pertorined his
The well known and popular Crawford
House at C'.i.o uuail, under tbe mauage
uienl of Mr. Lew is V'ande-u, is losing none
of lis tame. Columbians, who find them
selves lu Cincinnati, cannot do belter than
mi in me iiAwiQM. .mussih. uuuun buu
v..r she has been an luvalid. and horn her
in'.'oriiiirs 111 n msiiner oatlent aud realsued
! us onlv a deeniv reliirious and lovely ualuro
&iu show uuuersucu tryiug eircumstaucoa.
Huo leaves a cburinlng and iulert-stlug ,
friend, T. W. Dick Bullock, l.sq., in tbe loss
f hi. I...I.-1. ...1 rnnl hi-r. VeVi.r whs there
uilee-liuu more pule aud hallowed Ibuu was
alwaysexbiblted iu the lives of tills holy
mother ana uouie sou, anu liiu separation
is oue attended l-y peculiar sadness. And
God so direct all things, that this
may prove au eternal ble-sslug.-Afiieir.
I'onnd In n Tombsloue.
I'll la White, while hunting luuon Ihe
tombstones, last Monday, after the burUl,
In Greeuwood Cemetery, fouud a dead baby,
born dead, lie aud Cal Boyd saw a negro
woman lu tho cemetery Suuday evening
under suspicious circumstances. Tbey sus
pected souie-tliing wrung, and tried to see
who she wus, but she mullleil up her Isoe. j
Tbe Labv was found tu tho tomb of Auder- 1
sou W". fliiliard. 1 be child looked wlillo, j
but Doctors say necro childi-eu look that
way before they are boru.
This olrcumstauco brings to mlud a re-1
morkableiucideul i-ouui-cte-d with the old (
graveyarcj. 1 u A pi 11 or may, 1300, tue e ui'iu
Bunk, (ihe building uow occupied by M.I
Butt e) was robbed of aixiut rAi.uti. Terry
... 1 . . . . .1... . 1. ...r nu liliv.lv. 1.A uml I
it . 01 ici, i." v onu.v., ..v.-,-. . , --
reinttiuea uuuer n tiuun. ..1 a 1 1 j uwyin i
thouifbt that ibe:u;.s
iveneaiy, a :
brleauias-50, wno Wus uiUvhing some le-pain,
ou tlie bank, commuted tho robbery.
Kene-aly's brick yanl was teyond the old
graveyard, and be lived iu the I-itta house,
near While Spring. He went North, uud
two spies toilowed htru, uud kept iu his
slliluuill he c. 1:110 buclt. Iu at out two
viinrs Keueuly t:-t uniuk uud utle-mled to
pin v rough joiies 011 u young m:m named
SlcKidy , from 1 rauki'.ii ili.-a t-lerkiUi in
the liouse uow occupied by N. Hirscli A Co.
lie started to et upu petitiou to buy M"
Kady a suit ol clot ni s. A quarrel rosuetl,
and Mclliviy struck him ovi-r tlie head wilh
a vard slick, breaking his sku.l and causing
la 1V Mr. Cild polk, mho lived near the
old graveyatt, heard a ben ono k lint in au
oJd vault or tomb, and looked thei sm fur
the not. To his are-iit surprise he Innnd
the ii!i.lt"0 or tjo-'jo'. and im iinuieuiately
made it known, "l tie bank gave him Kri.At
t, r tbitit wastx-iieved by nearly ev, rybody
I tlial Keneaiy solc tho iiioney, and hid it iu
the gravevaru, on his way nonie mini town.
Tlie money had bisn there ten years, and
some of il was damaged. It wh In e-su
Saife or eiiveiripes. Mr. inner, tue
e Hsiiier, In lli.i n.-iinuiiie, we-ni to v. asu
iuiitiiD.niivl u hue showliiti iiis patent gun
lo Mr. I'ulll Mart ui, 01 f 1:1 ,sa 1. it went tin.
! Iii llictliiga oiinii 11 ir. Jim nu wnicp. 11
Un.titi1, tinsiiy r.n-.isi Ul-i'euih.
Services at boi h the Presbyterian and
MethodiNt Churoboa Id the afteruouu, on
lal ciabbatb, by the paatora of the teapec
Live oongregati'ona. Congregation very
triod considering the eolduesa of tbe day.
There was a good attendant at the Metho
dlat Bunday -school, and the filble-rlaaa, aa
uauah waa a feature of decided latere, t, ooui-
KHCd aa it la, of aome of the most intelligent
dlM and aentloiuen of the comrnunliy.
Important drxttrlual tiutlona are not uu
frequently sprung, elirltlDg lively debatea,
which are alwaya carrleii on in a spirit of
klndues. and will doubtlens prove profita
ble, not onlv to members of the olaaa. but to
otbera. for it la naiuiins a more careful atadv
of the word ofOod. The Kt. Mr. Kice, of
Hnrlne Hih Clrouii. preached at the Met bo-
diet Churoh at tilghi a aermon which la
highly Bpoken of aud waa fuhv appreolaieil
by tbocc who beard It. The mualo both day
aud n Ik tit waa bettor than usual. Mrs Lau
ra Brotvu baa kindly nerved aa organist for
aevcr.'d yearn paat at the M. E. t'hureh in
fils pi ice, and la willing to continue her
valuable aervicea In I ui capacity, but leeL"
thai ahe baa a right to demand the co-operation
of such of the mem burs of the cburob
aa cen alng. to aaclst her In thia very Im
portant part of religl.-vos worship. It the
youn ladles aud Beiitiemen rally iol
aid. iet an evening of each week be ap
rxilntoii for practicing, and then at every
aerviee, lit tiiere be a full coir in attend
ance, and Mrs. Brown w. 11 feel encouraged
in her labor of love for tne church.
HOT COtCJiBIA ALO.XE,
but Our whole country waa aionsed to In
tense Indignation by tbe startling intclii
gence that u assault lied beu ma te upon
a lovely young lady In tbe heart of Oola n
bta by k tirrvl lu huruHO ahaix. Xn ixrhalf
of or.r whole cominuuity we would extend
to tho family wbofaS lx)iiDga have lieen
thus ootiaged, the warmest sympathy of
our natures and to tho cltizena ol Columbia,
for tholr prompt ond Ueclaive action, in the
hai:ging of thin devil Incarnate, not only
our appro lalion, but our thanks. A ltw of
oor people: reached town in time to partici
pate iu the exocutlou, while others aiartvd,
but finding they were too late leturned
homo, Thhi cannot lo coiiftidered a ejwe of
mob violence, but a rlsim? of the whole peo
ple, in vindication of tbe Injured aud lu
tsuited uiajusty of the law.
TOOK 01.1) MAX,
Many of our oidcatcitiAens will remember
J'iLiu Kiugiua, one if tbe oldest men of this
neighborhood. 1'or the lat twenty years or
more, ho hat lived on Hutherford t.'reek. not
fur from K;. johu f leun's. la hta younger
aud belUnr days If) waa proverbial tor tluoe
liiMipr lioucoty, Ktrenaih e.ud Hlowl:cs
never br.iug k'wwo to ride faster than a
waik. eveu in goine for a doctor. 1! u tiealh
wim sudden and v i.hout previuua siokuew.
He lijft lue houo of hla bO'i-iu-iaw, Mr. le
bell, gp'.nj; to thi cot ton patch to pica cot
Vo, and was found o'ju then alti r, in 1 lie
tie! I luweaait'le, from wui?b he uever reKiov
ereO, but died iu a hnoit time, lie was a
kiua-b&ariod, clever man. aod oue cf tbe
oldeut tutlis e-rorii cltlzeua ot" tho cAiusty.
A white boy by tho name of Prewitt, vraa
klllei by being caught and crushed lu the
runulug gear ol .mi. Jamea '1 uuiuan' giu, ou
the Lewl-Liurs ptH3.
A negro man, jouti jiouauii, waa caugtit
In ih. iiin of Henry Wllsou A Co..- Thouip-
son Htjttlou, a few days ago and bad one of
hla arms ao badly lacerated liial il had to be
I'rinoe, a colored boy, wbo Lbs lived a
cood deal of his time about Columbia, while
asl-iug in loadiu a waon witu a kaw-log
near this piace. waiciaut. by tbe loc roil-
mg back ou him, aod thl h badly broU-
en. Hih r-teovery H thought to ba very
If :.ss Kaliie Mall.iy has bu rutto sick re-
coutiy, but her health is somewhat lurrov-
Mr. George Iteama, at the toli-yate. Las
hadt.uleau dieted fu'nily aiuce the deaih
oi his chiblren. His w:f and his mother
ln-iaw, Mrs. Davis, hae both beta vory
Mrs. Ci-awford bus bad a very slok child
a violent attack of pneumonia, nho was
fortunate lu setting the aaslHlauce of old
Mr. I.ee aud Els daughters, Jn nursing it.
Kluder and heUer people iu sl-'kuess ibun
this Lee family don't Jn e about hero.
1 k.i,ona u
Miss Heltecoa Friersou. of Columbia, is out
una visit lo her sister, Mrs, Leu r. McDe- j
Mls Kate Alexander, afier a i"leiviant vis- i
it to .'liss Kaiiio Duuiap, aud other inenus
iu oiumfia, nas veturuod home, to tue
g:ea! U- ligut of our beaux.
.V11.-S l.uiiu r lauers, lAr. e tramp auo
it...., g i i . n , . . . .., ., ..
i' 'leuic .ni.ie, me uri.v Bisiur III
Misses Dora and Ma y, aud very like them
was at church last Sunday with tue family
OI .vr. I'.oo i-.impiie'i.
I Vie Kilter, alter au absence
i f ..! t - I
i n h.a i ... '
l to HIS UOIUC i
two, in tho north, has relumed
in tins piive
Mi- kitirl .f W i;.ur.iM..i, f.irmnli-fmn. i
tt i. vi rieusaiit i-n li trr t,.7..ih, r iii. V- !
lore luieb, wi a
eci&r Don W Fleming ifas.f ihrrV,mi,
tlsT.lii Mimdv ma
luls place .1 OUil ay ,on a V.sil ton-S tl Other,
ri:1?," ;Kliy mairleil lo.Vrs. rranous '
n t. c.i .. j.- , i x.r t....
P- o A- Z l i t. - . Je Vho'i f; JSFd U
n lid 'ii iu'?i?f riL
well, and ueughled with their lie home at
The Herald for
S1.50; $1.00 ia
Mr. Frank II j'.m-y Is in a very I-iw state of
biilb. aud is l;kely to live but a short
tune. Two of his lime chiidieu havo pass
ed li-uiu earth but a snort nine since, aud
he says ho wish' that be could B je tbe re
maiuing oue go ero he Is called away, so
bo would know that '.tie bad all gone td a
heller world. Ho said: "it would be a source
of mnch sailsfurtiuu to know that nil of
my Utile cues were In heaven, allhough I
cauuot expect lo go there myself."
We neglected t- chronic at tue proper time
(tbouwli uuiulentiouaily) the death ot Saiu
uel Dailou, w ho died a te w weeks sluco of
paralysis, ou Little Flat CTrx k. He was a
kind bearHid, auud luau, and had few, if
auy, euemies, and lived a consistent mem
ber of tbo C. P. Church. He had the lucred
Ible number of ".23 children born to him by
him woin iu, w ho still survives him out of
thai oictsxiingly large numb-r, only three
are uow living. His companion ana many
friends uiw.ru his sudden departure.
Mr. A. iaulel, of Williamson coarity,
whom we bad long sluce st down aa a con
tinued old bacbcior,and had giveu him over
lo hardness of hearl uud reprobacy of jiiud,
to live a life of single wretchetlne s, was
marrieil Wednesday ot list week, to Miss
Hmithson, of same iiuuty. Tbo next day
after marriage the happy couple came to
thle neighborhood to receive the Cougratu
lailons ot relatives and nieuds. They had a
most excellent reccptlou at Mr. W. D. Uar
disou'a. Tho parly also visited Mr. J. P.
Daniel's and Mr. K. A. Daniel s residences,
and were most haudsomuly entertained.
Mrs. Wni. G. Clouston, of Frauklln, is vis
iting relatives in this community.
boineof our young ladies have ovordoue
the thin g in the way ot "pin-backs," for we
were informed that oue, the other day, lu
attempting to jump a little streamlet ct oue
bouud, came dowu "caliummix" in tbe
middle nf It, and bad nobody to blame for
the uu lore-seen aue-ldeut tut her "aoomiua
Oh ing to there having been an exceeding
ly large amouut of lat)d sown iu wheal this
season, lauds tor croppers aud renters to
cultivate will be scarcer than ever before,
aud many teuanla will be loft out, with
nothing to do. Mauy are beginning to see
and realize Ihelr last approucbing doom,
our reporter te-Lis u that au American gun
tlemao of African descent, Buid to iilui a
f w days sluce, lu view of the existing clr
cu id s'an ess, that tbo subie population
would be rwini pen en lo resort to aruis tu or- I
ler to got lauds lo cultivate uext j oar. We j
have long since t bought it was next to lui-
possible tor the two races to get a loug bar-i
moulously lu the same community. '
There was a debate at Lasea Tuesday I
night of last week, oil the subject of Capital ;
Punishment, Capt. J. P. I.ee, Dr. J. G. I.ee,
and Prof. T. H. Mills, affirming, and W. A. 1
lnirry berry, li. A. Hardisou, and L. C'. Green j
denylna. some good speochea were made j
pro aud oou. I
I'leu, ill l Ultuouaiy eous-.iiil Cllllil, at
residence, in this county, M-.Grttm Hin- ;
son. 011 the lid of riepleinbe-r. 1,-77. in the ol.b !
y ear of his uae, lacking only thresj day s of
lie was l,orn iu Wil-I
heiug i year.- oiu,
Hamsun county, Se,: Wtb, IM I. A t an ear- !
1 ...... l.u ...l . tlilM i.niiii.v an.) mur.
rii-i'Miss S:irah Clalk, by w hom ho had !
thirteen children. ami all of which :
number were raised to manhood and o-
manhood, save-one, Ibet died in iufancv.
Yet throe of them preceded him lo the tomb
iu rapid succession. His daughter, Sarah,
died March illst, ls7--; Louisa, April JOlb, ls7ti;
Thomas, Nov. ad, 17S. Tbe subject of our
sketch had be n a sulterer from bronchltal
adee-tion lor about liO years, all of which be
bore with Christian fortitude. He bee-ame a
member of the Chris lu Church aomellme
during the summer of lsl-1, aud lived a de
voted christian until tbe day of his dealb.
Although a man ol only ordinary education,
hla general luformat iou was very good, and
especially W-as ho familiar w ith the holy
soriptures. V.'e are assured that but few
men of bis day aud generation could qnolo
intelligently more scripture than he; aud
upon q-itstions of the day Lis wholesome
oouucu was very one 11 aiuioiiaiivi roeeiveu
uy uis ueignuors, uu wuiu 11c nixivui, auu 1
Wore the UUUiilttlJ V . u. -n vv v. v. 1. v. v. -
eruor. He died happy lu the iaith of Ihe
giispel, and bis list words on earth wtie
Tho HfkaLD for one dollar and a
half; one dollar iu clubs.
The Presbyterian Supper.
The ladies of the Presbyter lau Church
gave a supper lust Tuesday night at the
Nelsou Housc,fortbe benefit of their churu,
Tbe supper was a good substantial one, aud
tbe wait ei the most beautiful we ever saw.
It would be hard to tlud a luore bu lking
array of beauty thau was there to bo se-e-u.
Ouebad no appetite lo eat. Which do you
thiu wastbe prettiest waiter among those
whose" name we gtvi below?
1st. Table Mrs. Mary Porter nud Mrs.
Unrae-e r 'rieiv.ui. Waile Misses Doliie
Park, Ixiu Porter, Lulu siallh wick.
Zui. Table Mrs. Gill' ini and Mrs. Snrreii.
Waiters Mlsse Henle Ileudl:-y, Lou
Knlnev, Mallle Wilson.
yrd. Table Mr. Dr. FrlTunn. Mrs. Sansom
and Mr. Jneeph Towler; W altars Misses
Mary G. Friorson, B.male Betbeil, Maiy Me
t llnchy, I.lxzle Porter, Laura Galloway,
4i.b. 7abiv Mrs. V. H. Flniin;f and Mrs.
T. F. Fleming. Waiter" Misses Fila Mar
tin. F.lla WlifOn, llorence Philips, lletlie
6th. Table Mrs. n.C. Giint and Mrs. W".
r. Krabrv. Walters-.M'si-es irfrm AS la,
leAliee.vi I 'rt sr, 111 . Minnie Akin.
I nth. Table Mrs. L. W. Biaek. and Mrs.
W. .1, Dale. Jr. Walters Mlsst-s Kill I'orler,
Sailie D-.tnlap. Mary I.ooni-y.
Coflee Tubtv-Mrs. s. Prestoa, Mm. Tur
! pin and Mlw liura Filerson.
1 Carvers Wm Park, J .jlin Frienon, T. W.
; Turi'ln. Dr. Dewier.
M. I i,ii.. l'l,.r. V,.u .-, , 1 Ul vv..UH. 1U UOHll( Willi 11IO IvMlllV l,TI ID I
1 MuTMniiiHi ..iTMrmi'i" iuJTt. t utrieu wor id Uj I lieui. that "Old lady goiug at a rapid gall
i IVS?. i'iS i"2.'j l! I .Mr. A. P. Stephens, ono of our very uotevl Tuat be ,5!r.'w did not know wh
I. . ,..,".,,. I I, a li . V v.i n . -1 . . L. iv. r-nnn i ' - R v. J v vj.i . . v...jvj. v.. . . : i itvi.i .ini . wKa Lt.ii 4 ...... vj.vj w l. 1 r-auui
1.. i,...r... 1 '.K..r 1. . ,7... . Cwniy, departed this lite November loth, 1 Ve t us is that if he l.ilsoue, he k
...T.r l:i... r. . '. ...T":. . 'V.'.." 1 ul Uis iIUoih.'s near Can Hili. Ha was a how to teLl tivo.aiid af inri..;.u vt. lit
' J.si :?i 1 7'- u" Wfio worthy the respoct anu conndeuca uf men of Mr. "Chanticleer's" nelg
mT lienrc p I'healrs of Trr-nfetin ail hhi neighbors. He was universally rt- ati.l persist in 'Kiillcg their employes
out Lain ?lLt a eeh-ul'l so much .nS' tUne Pcli X thU many Mends. He was J stead of hogs, as he (Mr "C") hj perix.
ZT: s. Fbis swerbeairas to make a settte" oi "r,t boasly. raid very liberally ly, diabolically and rhetorically, lusin
J wuh Ids itrdian t'ai"l H ? I'o'ni w ohl'rltl'tl19 """H al Wly I tlwl "my do, Mania Fe. Nova Scot
meiit witu his tuardian, Lapt. H. r. I otnt- j t0 the support of the ministry . He made a ! Greenland, will have to ship him ("Mr.
CAMPBELL. STATION ITEMS.
Tbanksalvlng day was pretty treneraUy
celebrated throngh this eomuiualty, by
kilitDg bogs. The weather haa len ve;y
tine for IU lork seems to be declining. A
gentleman by the name of Houston has
been buying nere at to and J3.T5 per huu
dred, groMi. At the present writUi?. It la on
ly worth S3 60. Tbe bog crop is a good deal
1 irger than was anticipated, after fco many
dying wit h cholera.
Homo of the farmess are arulua to be rather
late finishing their wheat mowing. The
sweet potato crop was damaged to a consid
erable oateut try the cold weather, before
. Martin bad mole to get In his
yard a few nlghb ago, and fell In a well that
was oovereu over wiin some plana, ue goi
aome of his neighbor to aaslat ultn nest
day to get the animal out. They lied a large
rope around the mole and hitched fonr
horses to It and pulled him out. The ani
mal aeems to be doing well, and apparently
haa suffered no Injury. The same night
Thorns W hlte bad a two year old flliy to get
down in the stable, and was hurt so adiy
that she died lu a few days.
The train killed a eow for A. W. McDon
ald a few nixhts ago.
Mr. John J Warden left a few days ago
with hia family for Texas, where he ia going
to make his future home.
Monroe firaden, wbo belongs to the Texas
Rangers, doing duty out on the frontier, ia
out on a visit, and waa in the vlilago a fev
The rock quarry at Wro. O. Fleming's hr.
teen opened again by aome parties from
Nashville. They are going to ship tbe
stone to Naahville, where they have ma
chinery for potting It In such ehape aa they
The Messrs. Taylor are still working the
quarry at Iiodson'a Gap. XheyHhip llieir
stone to Columbia.
fiari elt Gracy'a little danghter, abont
three years old, died of croup on the bight
of the 27tn of November.
The house and lot Bold In tbe village laet
Saturday waa bought by Mr. McClaln, at
fji'i. Ho la In tbe bee business. He w ill, In
a short time, become one ol our cllL'.eiiM.
Joaeph it. Cerr found an carol coin while
gathering, that bad twenty rows. Joseph
M. f'otley found one that oad twenty -two.
"Tliey say" that an ear never ha,s un odd
nu m bor of rows.
The neiro Itorer. who whm hcuz in Co
lumbia a few days ao, taught public school
for the oolo.-ed people in Gliea county. In the
Lynnvllle district, at one time; so saj s one
oi the commissioners.
Ilev. C. Foster H'ili!iH3. our
preacher, doilveit-t a tnol tscellout
course at tbe Presbyterian Church Houday.
itissuDioct waa, -i lomonaiiiy oi tu sv.mi.
HtaB". John foster. Kef:., will loave-jon wlib
a drove of uiulek lor the youth. G'Jod luch,
Mrs. Myra H'DjIiain dlol last week, of con
fruinptlou. The deceased waa a sllcr-ln-law
of our tuoet ejt5ejl-iiV "Hnlre, Jcs B,
I'oter Groor, colorod, of the IKtid,was bad
ly bruised by the luuu way of our oi t'-HDj
Mariah Gordon, colored, died of con&uiup
tlou iaal week.
Tbo village had a darkey Cjbt tuot week.
The parties were Hill K-eden and Gc-orge
Brown. Tlie fray eudod by BiU being stab
bed in the arm.
Karris aud IVlk ahlpoeJ to Iiouhvlilt,
Wednesday, one hundred head of lions.
1 tp Mrapalnck, aud family, win
j leave next week for Texas,
I ever ho with tnu. Tin.
May gouil iuck
A novel sight It was to it-e I-i. Mia-l-ar-l
beating time with Parwou WU'lauia' eiiiglug
claa i-iat Oundav.
John Kiug, of Turkey Crok. lost all of his
pork hogs by ohoiera, afit-r havlDg iaUeti
j teorgo lustton, Ks-j., aold 24 Loi;h UJ Moore
Itusncll a few days ago, thai averaged .40
I pound each; also Mr. n. A. Baker sold or:.
i to Mr. Ben Lipscomb, that v. wished k
pounds. Hickman county cau tf-ai ail for
ho aud homruiuy. I
Mrs. Ha:n rorter.-of tbe village, lost a fin"' j
stand ot lard, lust rendered by a funny freak j
of her Utile boy throwing a pup lulo it to see
Yw U2t-Vii,?.-,fo r escortlue a chur-h-hoUM' -liopuan Nig
son Iduce, near the vlhage.. K-r t-.'"'. Mr. I ,...,., ,T ,.:! , .1."
T i ...... . . , . u'liun... ........ , . r t I
! lu tho village. Compelltiou is The life f
! trade. .
i Onh Hill.
T IV A'JifiWcfV Beruld cn Mui .
One by one we are crossing the river J-.r-
dan. Our old men are passing orT tue stage
of action, and going to (r liie reality vt an
vii leiiKiuu in u.scu:i liie. hi,.
.ui.i,...iii,.i ,.h v
Cariuel, aud lived a consistent member un-
til God iu Hie Infinite wisdom, saw propel
i.i huu iu ai is luiiuiie wisuom, saw propel
u CB1 htm rntn his labor, and commanded
li!n loconieupliiKlier. In his death his
firiroll losl u snniiUlArif fitirl rmlons maiii.
rnnrch losl u rvnlisli.1 Aril Anil rmlons maiii.
"'l "', "o n "m i""i nm uiiMimiujiiis
rll,1'J"'11 0 i,Kl anc iudulgeul lamer, fie
be Psted-klnd aud luduigeut to his
M' wouJd h'M
. reiivn ertrui.atilr.n nrl nliii.lr..n- uW.n
t as th.se who have no hope, for we are
aal'slieu that Mr. A. P. stepheua Is nuniber-
Wlth t,lwe whu nave washed their robe
!"' wane them white In the Wood of the
, lHm,, ,Vt. wou!d bHV , h. ,.raVKi cum-
panlon and children, live as your hcband
and pa llveii, die as h died, and yuu muy
entertain no fea-a of meeting him on the
banks of sweet deliverance, where parting
1 no more, and wbere or inxregallors uever
breHk up. Before hia death i;e cxprteac-d
himself fully satisfied to go. He has ruu his
race, uuaiusi ins murse, iieueeiuiiu iil-re.
a crown of rejoicing laid up for huu al God's
v. . ,
nieuced kiil'ng their )ork bo-s. Now is the
time fur the boys to get their ahoes tressed
o a 'possum hauling aud eat fatly -biead,
Mi Molhe Hampton, .one of Mt. Pleas,
aa'i loveliest ltdlcs, is now lu our coiuiuu
uuy vlsiticg her uncle, Fed Hampton.
Many of our young uieu are strack with her
bewitch! uk beauty.
Thomas ("ulver ilesigDS slartinj to Ark
ansas next Monday. W" are uuu-plussed
i to know who wiililotne gassing for tbe
community when Thomas leaves. W 1.1
aotue one suggest a name f Had Lot we bol
ter get two or more?
a, T . i t i. . l . v. I . . . .
SlM'hlS.'-'ffi " "K' KU'1
Mr? Jtad Klnkiadand Miss K. J. Lunn are
to basolemuiied iu the holy tuds ol wed-
lock to-night. May tbey l i e loDg and
in i . iiviiua uiiv ut&i VUT3 uriiuue . riii--
prosper, aud may their path bo one t-i suu-
muue aua pleasure.
Tako Ihe Hkuald. It in
cheapest paper in Tennessee.
OBlrlal Tof or nnrnba.ll touoty fur
P I r? H i C -5
R ! ?
Districts - s B I :
1 J :' S j j
T7..T7 ..TTiT! s" -s si j t
2 3 13 4 ! 14
a ft le I
4 3 fl 11 I 4'J
5 2 a 1 l'jo
rj p ;. 4- Hi
7 hi S i 1
H. I 'ii ) M
y ivj 1
lU 7U 7 3
11 it 1 3
i'j .' bi is
iv w 4.')
II 9 17 ei
1 i r, lyr VX 81 4
id hi ', s
17 ;j ai f
Total o7i, oii, 4:vi, TJS, 45.
Tillman's majority over Kobinsou,....
lioblusonV majority over Talely,
Tj f.'.s MUer eflh ieruiJ and 3ioil:
A protracted meeting will begin a' Beech
Grove t.'brtellan Church next Haturday, aud
probably continue .nrougn tne week, we
have not learned what nuuisterj are ei peol-
od to be present.
Our vlilago not r. Ishlng to le behind lis
W " ... .7 1 . fK. i 1 .
Cam, who furnished ithe eulire bill of fare,
which consisted of "'possum and tater."
Vo usele-.s dish euciosed his head,
Nor ou mate or cloth we laid him.
Bat be lay ou the table ready dressed.
With (be latent placed around him.
After a blessing by Mlt, Willis proceeded to
carve lu the most "approved manner, while j of communication, with the outside soo
Cain s body-servant, Ilieh, sang most me- 1 Hons, are perfect. Tbe great Kellogg and
lodlouslv the appropriate air, "Carve dat f 'ary, America's grandest coulrlbutious of
'Possum." Willls'soon announced that "all the lyric stage, honored Denver with their
things are now ready," and without further ! presence Nov. l'Jth aud iluth. A numerous
invitation each appropriateni to himself as I audlouco was iu atteudacce, and One that
much ks was aicreeable lo his appetile. Joe I fairly represeuted the thrill eud culture of
then relurued thanks, uud while we were Colorauo. t: very town ol note had delega
eujoyiug our cigars, W. A. J., the senior tlous ou band. At au early hour the streets
member enturtaineu m lu recounting ad
venture iu hia youthful uud halcyon days,
while endeavoring to capture those deli
cious animals upon which we hod just
feasted. Loug may Cam wave, aud ufieu
a nJootlu J i the sincere wishes of the
Jim Johnson, col., was sent last Saturday
morning uy Mr. Jos. A. MoUay, with whom
bo was living, tw uuut his cows, which haa
siruyed on from Lome a mile or two. W hile
riding careiusHiy aioug uis luuie uecame
suddeuly fiiabteued, ibrowlug him upou
the fiozeu ground, breaklug both boues
of bis leg Just alsjve the ankle joint. He
drug himself for some distauce toward
home, but Anally climbed upou the leuce
aud halloed for assistance. A little son of
Mr. 1. H. Southali was passing the load
uud found lit m iu this uucomfonable sit
uation, and took bt.u upon bis horse aud
carried him home. Ills leg was set by Dr.
Uiil. Ho is doing well not wlthslandiug Uis
Mr. Melville Akin, a dashlu: Cavalier
from Lltuwood, was with us Sunday. Mel
ville's visits are beeomicg quite frequent,
and we expect some one is getting a little
We leuru that Prof. Andy Potte-r, former
!y of this vicinity, has closed his school at
Our young friend, (telle Hunter, has quit
milling and embarked la tbe mercantile
business with tbe popular bouse of H.
Cioue, of Columbia. ou have onr best
wishes for your sunnesa Gecle.
Mr. Kemp licsnes, iranslln's famous
abet, spent a few cays last wek liuutUii; lu
tliis vicinity with Capt. George ".Hiupbeil,
Joe Dw, Jeff McKay and other.
' l apt. Campbell expei-f s to sfart to Ohio In
a tew days with some of bis flue dogs.
A pair oi lovelv brown ej ea have been :
sent trom tbe village f.ir a we- h or more .n
a visit to Franklin. Several wi.l be happy
when yoa return .e'lss f. H.
. Mr. s. s.t Mjnpbexl and his wife have ls.th
I bf-eu quite lrk f-r severs, dava wlta rhliis
i and lever, but are now containment.
I A litti.son of onr excellent mechanic. Mr.
' Jas, 1C. Bishop, is ai" ju'te tif k with pueu
nu. hin. Ir-LJ k.
2feie from Water Valley.
Twilight la fast fading Into darkness an wo
grasp our poDoll to give you a few brief
noted from thia point. We will state that it
has Improved considerably within the last
few weeas two new uwetunga ana two new
Inbaiatauts, little Ixilay I'ig and UUlej Ja
cob William umaii.
A large acreage has been sown la wheat,
and on lug to the late rains farms are not
through sowing yet; but we notico that
wbioh haa already come up look well.
A riie lot of hoes were driven from Oils
neighborhood to I Kiclc River Htatlon about
two weeks ago. Mr., rink. i-iUjerild waa
Mrs. f. ij. Iodsou and Mm, I. J. Moore
arrived here from Obion County last week.
They were formerly residents of thla coun
ty, and tb&ir many friend and relatives
welcome them back lo spend the winter
months. Mrs. P. Is a lady of some seven ty
Mx summers, aud is as lively aud cheerful
aa a girl of eighteen.
HandBome Ab. K. McMeen, of Carter's
Creek, and hla bonny, falr-halred, blue-eyed
bride, seated )u a handaoma turnout, drawn
bv two superb bays, pasaed through the
village laid. Baturdaf. Thoy paid a flying
visit to the farniiy of W. B. AdkJus. Ab. we
were glad to have the pleasure of seeing
your wUe, and hope your visit was suffi
ciently pleasaut to Induce yoa to oome
ir. Clond. of Kentaohy, brought 3. L. W.
a new supply of nounda lately, aud it i no
wonder the fxrysl'.ke fox-haoling ao weil,
when tbev are led on by tho venerable iar.
W. himself. 1'hcy wcra out at a late hour
Friday night, but failed to o&pture the rey
nanl. W. t. Harian was al the recipient
of a fine bird clog, given by Mr.C, so George
Is happy now,, with hla two pots bird dog
and little Jake.
One ol our highly esteemed young men,
Hier.hon It. Oakiy was married to Mm Mul
lie Gray last Thuriay, the I2od lnsl , at the
resldecoeof the brldes father, Mr. Jim ml e
Gray, of Wliilamaon County. It , j ermll us
to congratulate yon oron havin captured
sucbajewol. May pleasure, happiness aud
prosperity ever attend yon wherever God
in His provldeuoe may oast your lot.
Capt. John Trotter, aged about s) years,
aud Mrs. Sarah I'orter, about W, wcro mar
ried at Km.. J. D. Gardner s on the a.'t h bnt.,
aud you nay be sure that they felt quite
youthful, aa they selected a Lad to per
form tbe ceremony. May happiness attend
them through 11 fu.
Mr. W'iliiutu Finch and Miss (rallie Htail
iocs, wore married st the rvsldenc of the
bride's mother, ou Turkey Creek, oa tbe
j iV.n. iMay happinea atteud yoa and yours,
Now, It Is Jlmmle Gunning himself, wbo
i cajue up oud capture. I one ot our Maury
lt 'ountv widows MH. lilidl Flriikb and v.m
anw "of iin.Hhor Jitckmau widower who is
! ftnilKlvorlna to nr or.i. of old Maurv'a fu.ir
.i&usbters to change her uamu ai.d rel-
i deuce. Now. we give Uickman fair warn
log, aud it eiie doesu'tstop these raids upon
aiaury, we wiu uavo io reuuiau, anu we
have a j ouDg man wbo we believe wlii vol
uutevr to cross Jiist over the Hue for that
purpose, aud we have eoundeitcw to believe
thai ho will he suoceHsfai. aa a more gallHiit
knight never wore spurs or rude a while
Tu the Vd'.tur of Uu Ucrakl ana MaiL-
Wo are told that there are times when for
bearance cwmm to be a virtue. But at the
Kaiue time we deem It a subversion of our
purpose and tho end to be aooooipllalieil by
our cummunicatloua, to be cuutiuuaily
thrusting upon you such a tirade of billtnys
geti suiug like the coiumuuicatloit tivia
"3." or more appropriately 1 fhall style
() or "Chanticleer, lu your issue of the
Hluii.I (...a'; U'uli n.lr Jr .., .h ,. .
Ucieer'loProverh xxvl. Askhliu to lead
and KtuJv thu entire cbauttr. and l-:t i.s
nesM depart fom Dim. ' Asralu in t-t. Mat
thew vil chapter, 6 versoc "Neither cast ye
your pearls before swine, etc." A u old Pro
verb: "lom luce a fool against his will and
he Id Of tbe same opinion el!!.." Aud einl
we read in lite Hkralii AM Mail of Nov.
mil: "At a late hour he siailed borne, and
while ri.iiug through a uanow lane, which
his imagination CiieO with a!r-casi les, et'a."
b : h orse tuaa a 'farooy or a 'youcg man
' J ' - - r. vj c . . i. v v . iv:i
h&v lug muco to no witu tne a.iiiiug ot boas
in this section; but Uiiuk it is a flue tblug
lor "wi" that the weather doe not ktll hogs
in his ceigbLK'i iiood. What does he know
about tbe social gathering at Mr. Maxwell's.
Mr. "chanticleer'' doea not pretend to palm
oil ou us, that he was at Mr. Mas weil s, ds
ho? Why, Mr. "(X-i'' acknowledge ia his
answer "vyni inai no loin
more "uljjgers ' next spring. And Btlll we
ri-uit- Ml. Matthew vaill ehaotor. CUtH vera...
J "Ye bliud guides, -uhi-n strain at a coat and
! swallow a camel." Mr. "0 0" reminds us of
; swauow a
j I wo liltle i
I I wo little negroes we heard quarreling the
dav oh tiie street. One said to the
I i.thnrniM! .'Titlit Yfill urp u 1 . m r i T'.ill
riuneu; ins juu it nu iwnnie." in
that ioor, m y, lnaiscreet, reference to .Nh.
lhauaud David," another buzzard ought
to havo pw ked htm in the eye again. If
I type-setters of the HrjiiLD, in their
hum . innka n uv rhnlnrli.. tor u rnl.i.
! cai-bior u, etc.,-we cannot help it, nud do
not expeoi to iry. now wo bay in conclu
sion, inai nere we iirop Mr. "cnanucleer"
aud ail this foolishness. Wo have no time
to throw away iu such aiUy atu?T, aud will
not answer Mr. "COJ" any more; so he need
li'jlieply wllh that expectation. We sav
once fur all that we end this folly In this ar
ticle, aud say as was said ouoo of old: "Got
tiit-j hehiud me Satan." .yiam,ih.
T-enveu, CoLoriAlxj, Nov. 27la, 1ST?.
7i ,i, f,Ji,.,r lUrtihl tin I it nf-
.touielsVm f me.
coluiniisofyout va uable paper, to
. ' " , . vVTr, , , o k u. ZrSZ.
Wllliuil-ivii J vj i -. . .. ua-.iv iniici, IA "tjt C
lew woras to my friends in Maury countv.
I have recently Icarneit that it ha been cur.
rontly reported thai I was dead, but I am
noi. "I stJi livcih," and am happy to sav
to my lrieuils in dear old Maury, that eiuce
I have leen permittesl to parlako of the
health-giving and exhilarating air of tuis
se-cuou of the glooe, whore tne Invalid can
secure length of days, and tbe sight-seer
ample recompense ior his money, tbut my
pro-pects for a long life, aro better than tuc-y
iiave beeu for years. I would like to say a
few words relative totals far-famed country
of the west. Colorado is the most highly fa
vortxi suction of America, where Nature lias
placed her "treasure vaults," ihe Slate has
. - ... .. . . . i . . . . . . , ,
mt-rM,f mfasmall? iTriun '
",, "AJ?; 2?.v;?.. . 'l'""
! ol their disease, invariably receive beiiect,
ibe state is youriy luroneo with invalids.
i aiouo in oar (julet aud cool burg. An I asaiu ' H?0 " the (jf.osUoo of hydrophobia. On
i lu said verse ofsivli rhapler: "Tbou 'U 1 tUu !nd ,Uv OI lttet wtooer, a rabid dog
I thou sbovldbt bray a fooi in a mortar aiuoSg ' passed through tiiat nelgliborhood-bit a
u in tt' J in n m'AiiiA. v. I iviii itni. I - t-k.iiiv.ii v.ivhc-i """ " , - . ..... . . ...
, l touiij' ox ivuuui iiu'jitiit itiemseives oeueiii.
tQG . ed, ta-io up tuelr peruiaueut residence here.
Denver Is a city of eighteen yeaisrowlii. is
i.ISi feet above tbe set-level, and is to-day
as stalwart in her development, resources.
and population, (which la uow 2,,0to, as
many a wwn 01 na 1 m ceniury a patient
nursing. The city presents an imposing ap
pearance, belug bunt in an elliptical bde.ia
lilted, so to speak, toward tue mountalus,
and Is the metreioiilan centre and business
entrepot of the Slate. Many, upon their
fit-st. visit to Denver, s rr iu:im1 uvmAi-ilv sir.
prUed, not merely at her magnitude, but!
tne beauty of her streets, theeiogauce of her
bant-s, store and private resideue-ea, mag
nlJlceut churches of ail denominations, (ex
cept the C P.) elegaut public- school build
iugs, the finest and most complete opera
house west of tbe Missouri River, and 'be
evidence of enterprise, thrilt and prosperity
to be seen ou every band, lieu ver is a beau
tiful city when iu her gala summer attire,
with puro rivulets of water flowing la every
street, maple aud cotton-woods lu lull leaf,
aud gardens uud grouuds bloomlug with
verdaut grass 8 anu dowers. The view of
mouutalo scenery from the -city is uusur
passed. We can view uear three hundred
miles of mouulalns from the city. To the
south-west, apparently only a dozen miles
a way, we can sight the famous "Pike's Peak,"
lii 'ti-b foet above; the sea level, aud Is seventy
five miles to its base straight from Deuver.
We also see "Loug l'eak.'r14,lj0 feet above
the sea level, eo wiles north-west. Il stands
like a sentinel hoary, suow-cl id and ujoud
e&pped, over this army of mountain toj-s,
forming a picture upon which the eye nev
er tires In dwelling. In tbo middle distance
Is Mount Hosalie, 11,200 feet above tbe sea
level, where Bierstadt sketched his famous
picture, "A storm iu Ihe Mountaius." The
range- sweeps away until ft is lost lo the
Bluck Hills north, and the Spanish i'eaks
and isauirro de chrislo mountains souln.
l olorado is replete with interesting resorts.
i see..6ry. Gsh, game, loineral springs, and
rocky eora-e. Black Hawk or Central, the
! gold centers; Georgetown or Caribou, the
i silver producing district; Idaho Springs,
witu uer wouiieriui oaiusuuu oeauiiiui ca
nons aud peaks; Colorado Springs, with her
summer resorts; Manilou, with li-r luedicl
ual waters, tbv marvelous rocks of the Gar
den of the Gods. From Den ver tbe means
were enlivened by rapidly iuov lug carriages
and the Passage way fa to the hall was
thronged by eager aud expectant auditors,
who had coino, many fiotu a distance, aud
all ut rather sleep figures, to pcy the ho
mage of their IhileuiuL preseuce. Miss Kel
log aimed at the head, aud MlssCury storm
ed liiu Uoui L At the close of the eutorlalu
uieul both artists stood equally weil.
iblu king my irienus can appreciate a do-
; scriptlve teller iruui me ot ibis great couu-
try, 1 ouiy w rite as sucn, promising at some
future time to luruisb y ou wilh a more emu
pleto letter, giving a lull description of the
"tar west," and moro pin ticulauy of the
"liuoeu CU' uf the plains," better kuown as
Denver. Annte K. ilovAan.
Commute Appointed ty tlmwnr W II
llamsou tor tbe t.asulu)(
Bire-et Coiuuillteo A. L. VUlow, Chair
man; A. Barr, J. 'f . llarahan.
Huauoe Coiuiuittve W. J. Andrews,
Chairman: J. M. Hude, l. M. Frlensou.
Water Works Committee L. A. Boyd,
Cbainuan; George L. ii'juge, L il. Alal
Fire Coiumlllee I. T. Hamhan, Chair
uian; L. A. Boyd, J. M. Hodge.
Charity J. M. liodge, Chairman; A. Barr,
li. M. Frier ui.
As 31 ode I as tm it .'! fr.
Franit U. Smith has received the follow
Ina l-t:er from Major Geeidea, iu reply to
til" leiter of t bants sigund by It leett-f
nvtintis. Major Geddes, (wli Is one the Jiio-
si men we ever kn"W .) shoti s that he is a
mo-Jest ss hi' is el-ver:
Nashvillk, T ess., Nov. ;n h, is77.
if.''.-. r..i;7i. ffoJirr mid TTiowr-j.-
.ks rf K-Mi N Vour I-tier oi the '.!h Inst.,
tl.nukics: me for hat li't;. b; !p 1 gsve the
o'ii 'crs in th.e arrev.1 01 the t riitiiiial, Is a
sor: rije la lue, as I only did what aho.ild be
1 iie duty ot every itlxen. I ts-g to retnin
Viiuail my Ui.iiiks ior tlie ouai served t-im-piinielil
and jour kind WLhrs. 1 will for
ward your leiter to the General Suiiiu-teteli-iii,
Lriqisviiie. Very truly, your,
,1 H l il fVs, Slipt.
Tbroahoneof the beautiful valleys of
tbia haaiu, there flows a pearly stream, call
ed Stiver Creek, which has Us origin up In
the edge of the Highland Kim, down from
which it cornea, running, leaping, form lug
miniature cascades aud cataracts, until it
reaches the head of the valley; tbeu, lu ita
milder course. It paeea Uir. .uh level mead
ows and fertile fields, finally losing itself in
the larger waters of Kigby. ,
Ou thiM stream Is situated F.nterprlse,
where there was recently orgacien a Ixxlge
of Good Templars, uuder the name of eiilver
Creek Lodge. Lost Wednesday night we
paid that lodge a vit.it, aud fouud an array
6r beauty And a band of heroes, met lu coun
cil to deliberate upon the bewt steps to be
taken in baffling against that t rrlble enemy
oi so many unfortunate men, aud the mon
ster that seclety so much dreads. King Al
cohol. It is a very flourishing lodge, its
number already being about forty, and he
cry is, "Still they come." Iu their hearts,
tbe members arealnging, "Gather tbem lu,
gather them lu, gather mem into Templar's
Lodge." They have dealt a blow that has
broken the back of tbe "Wild Cat," and Its
extremities ere now uulveriug In agonies of
death. Thelodire waa favored with a eloquent
addresa by Prof.W.rieimlck,whoseem8 ie be
perfectly eDthuaod with the spirit of tem
perance, while upon his countenance ap
pears to be written tbe motto of the famous
lioman conqueror, " Veul. Vidl, Vlcl."
Tbo lodge anticipates a rioh harvest at the
speaking next Wednesday night at Methel's
Church, ou Dry Creek, where they meet ev
ery other week, to accommodate half of the
members who live thereabout.
Nan I a F.
Tho your.? people are beginning to talk
enthusiastically about "Christinas, and aueu
a nice time, an J my sweetheart, eo and eo !"
Ijtst tsunday waa a lovely day for Eteeetn
ler. flro. Cherry oame promptly to his ap
pointment. He la a wholeeoul, earnest and
teaious minister of Jesus. Bro. Cherry
"does not fear to own his Master's cause or
blush to speak his name." He preaoued us
two Hpicndtd sermons Sunday. Ail tbe
young aud gailautvouihs were out at church
at the muniibx hour, wearing their sweet
est smiles aud best clothes.
"Yea, she was t bere, with that new r!re on,
And that most gallant ol the gallauls by her
They returned from Williamaou county last
Oh 1 we bad audi a shocking n ice time !"
Prof. J. H. McCl-tin came over to our vll-
makiug airaigeirit cW for opening tbe
Academy hero tbe 1st of Jan nary, ISTij. IVe
learu that the professor l:a about perfected
tile necessary HrraementM tor commen
cing bis school, and will reiurn to Huther-ei-r-jrd
coauty iu a few days, preparatory to
moving his family to oor Kurg. lTof. McU.
comes highly reeommend&d as au eiegout
teacher aud au exoulleut christian geutio
mao, and has some eighteen years experi
ence In teaching. We are exceedingly hope
ful and desirous that the Profoor may
inako his e3ort at this place a complete sue
C. Tho woather has moderalod decidedly lu
tbe last two days. 1 Ast 1 hursuxy waa a full
fledged winter's day but not exactly ouid
enough forth "farmers to kill tholr em
ployes," but tboy made tbeirhogsiaeai."
V. e uuderstand tli:it Joe startod to cant a
Fe.tiut his horse took the wroog road, and
he (Joe) found himself deilehiruily entcr
talued at Mr. Kagnd le's ail the Monday.
The oue thouaud dollars was a negaiivy
quantity that day do reckou."
VV e had quite a delegation of oar ladies to
tho city la.-t Monday. Arauug tbe number
i 8M I he DCHUtl ful BUj &O0UIU I'l ibUed MlSS A
Wonuer Ifaha taw the brainy bachelor?
1 . PPer wuow and iiper s .Tees is ail
paswd ou tbeuoe t. liillsboro, aud on to or
uear i'rankliu, where said dog is retorted to
nave oeeu aiue.i. i ne uogs mat were omen
by the dog boou became rabid aud died.
The colored man, Bob Hadley. waa attacked
by symptoms ot hydrophobia Wednesday.
1 iie"uisoose was fully developed by Tour
day evening. The spasms were souie..liat
controlled during Friday by stimulants aud
narcotic. Friday uixbt he becanieabtes
su&ered ail the unloiJ horrors aud ago'-ilc.
of wa tbousaud deaths, lie raved mis'. fu
riuusly aud iuoetisantiy all day Barurday,
and bad to bo conrlued ail day. Late in the
evening he b-.-viuie tranquil, and died appa
rently as easily as auy death. He ceeined to
sink from purely nei vous exbaustiou aud
starvation. The little boy had the medical
atttntiou of Dr. Burrow soon after be waa
bltleu, and up to the present time, has had
I 00 mpiohja oi nyoropaotna. vre have
uearu lh'.iiiiik iroxu o.iieis muen vy lue
same rabid dog. Lvi-atkuicm.
I'rof. W. K. Wbbb had some of that Camp
bell Slatlou luck one nifht last week. Tbe
tram killed his best cow. aud so lie his
out of milk agalu, but a man of his energy
will soon look up another cow.
Ilev. Mr. Kvans lias guue up uear Leba
non, to bold a protracted meeting. He isan
ablo preacher and a great revivalist. The
churcb that he is visitiug is trying to
secure h!s services for next year.
liev. P. C. Soweli, the new Methodist
pre-icher, Is at his work preaching and
visiting his nock: He is makiug uiauy
The Webb school Is running as smooth
as machinery- The school is the pride sf
ail the good citizens arouud here, it is the
liie ot tbe vill ijio. lxing may they stay
with us aud conduct this school.
Hog killing has nut fairly commenced,
but everybody is ready to kill If It would
just turu cold. Tne supply of hogs Is rot
very good, hardly enough to supply tbe
home demand, but what hogs there are,
are good slie and well fattened.
It. O. Thomas, r;., shibped from bere the
best car load of hoc we ever saw ell large
aDd fat, I thick tby averaged aimut ri"
pounds, and he bad the largest oue that we
have beard of this season, buught of Thom
as W hite welphl t j6. Can yoa beat that fer
a two year olu?
Mr. Harlow, of Hopewell, Is moving Into
bis apleudid new house lh west Cully. We
hope he and hij amiable wife will make
U'ls ttielr home In the future.
Messrs. J. W. Ueimick and H. It. Watklna
lectured here oue night last week. Mr.
Heimiek'e was beuatilui and fall of good
thought the best p-cture we ever heard !
ou the subject. Mr. B. Walklns" waa lull
of humor and good thoughts, but our cli
zen did not go into the good cause, as tbey i
should, but wedonlwant theutoglve us
'up to the nardoese of beart, but come back I
and talk to us auin, aud iiiay oe we can set j
up a leloi m here, as it is much needed. I
Hrporl of Finance I'omoilftea, I
To the Hiiii. Jluat-d 6 if-vjor anj Aldenrm:
Your Finance Committee would report
setiloment with A. Barr, Treasurer, Dr., as
l or amount received nfWm. J.
Andrews, Chairman Floauce Com
mittee, turned over from Brown
Board 151 71
lor amouut of W. X. Kd vurds,
For amount of
James L. Uueet-
4 .-i l i
t For sundiie...
657 8 )
For amount of A. N. A kin, Clork.
Couuty Court For license ,
F01 amouut ot U. L. While, City
For water tax.
For corporation laxus..
For railroad taxes
Total of City Marshal
For amount ol L. Y. Pillow, lte
cordor For fines
Aud bos checks aud voacUer fur
animiut paid out as fulioMs:
Stree t acue.unt
Fire ilepart incut
Charily accuuut ...
Hoe&siYe tax account
61 103 01
0,1 :i u;
Balance In hand City Treasurer
W.M. J. AMIRBWrf,
Clialruiaa Finance Com mil tee
L. A. Bov p.
To (He mm. B-urd of yfayor and .-1'i'errMfn.-
r., hv"for o.-
corporate yeax audi .eel and appiov-
til the loiiowiUK aceouuts:
Fur salaries, which embraces all
onloes, extra police and chair in uu
ol coiu mllte-us
For Water-works ,
For Hre department
For si reel lam ps
For publlo charity
For expense aoo't, which embra
oea ofnee reut, prlnttug, looks, sta
lloueiy, fuel and Circuit Court costs
lor sundry account, wbioh em
brace cxce-fcslve taxea levied by the
John P. Brown board, aud which
amouuted tu J.iVi i"- Interest on
Huiiriyad bonds, police uulforms,
uud lulsoellaueous appropriations...
For pavements f
4 i' U
There was of tlie above amount
about lxi '."J of claims lucuireU by
the Juhu P. Brovs u board.
W A. J, A.MiKKil 5,
Cliolr.'uuu Fiuance Coiumilit-u.
L. A. Boi D.
lirllliaut Wedding-Im Lewlaborg.
A brilliant wedding took place in Lewis
burg last night. The bride, Miss Alice W1I
iiauisoii, is u dangtilc-r 01 Capi. T. D. Wil
llauisou. aud Is a beautiful and lovely
vouug lady. The brldegtooiu, Mr. James
MoUady, is a proiuising youug son of Capt.
Joseph A. Mcltady, lormei iy of Columbia.
The ceremouv took plaos iu the Presbyte
rluu Church, bee-ausu ILo M. I.. irurch was
not lluisUed, or uut line eiiougii, hy lit. v.
Mr. Curie-y, the .Methodist -.aste r. AiU'liil.
auls: Mr. J. T. Kerchevfci uiid Miss Ideila
Williamson; Mr. G. Waisou and Miss
Sallie Mclloily; Mr. K. Olevie and Miss I I
len M-'Clure; Mr. G. V. lowing and Miss
Flora Miiii r, Mr. s.'A. Mclbidv aud Miss
Inot iHwlson. Mr. McKady has married a
beautiful and lovely girl, one wbo will
make his home a paradise, aud also help
biui to win wefihli aud popularity. Weia
detstand he- is an indusirious, sstguclous
you 114 mi.u. fond oi lior-, and a gowd
n:i-e ot tliein Ike hia falfitr. lielsa
grand-aon f i-i- -V. LwlDg, oue of the
best itfcu in Marshall,
Tbe H.tb!itii-"tior,! of the itptist CLnreliJ
c.fliils city, vvlU entertain the HabbatU-vtior-.l
aud clmrch-goliis pop'e of thecmn
luiiiiity, at their ehurtin un Tuesday eve
uilig next, with appropriate recitations aDd
1 ... ... . . l.-lotatistM will Im, Hvivff.!nllf
i (iehub I isl'w li li t lie "Temperanco Alphabet.'
; ThuptihJle are invited, l.xcrelt-e will tie-
: gill (it 7 oVlueg.
The advertlseio&tit of :nlIeoka luslltufe
appears in our paper to-day. The Mprlog
term omiih Jan. jd.iiiTd. This is ono of the
beet scuools In the land has but few equals,
and noauperior. A boy that, goes to tbo
Meavrs. ; Webb is always known by his
Intelligence and courteous Ix'aring. Like
Bingham's hohool of North Carolina,
Webb's school is aa well known lu the
South as any college.
Read the advertisement of Dr. Couden,
the great cancer curer. He cured a very
bad case on Dr. Mtev e Herndon's lace cured
lteff-otuaiiy, and without aDy pal o what
ever. He alaocured tivo cancern on the per
son of Isaac M. Foster, a well known and
respected citizen of Carrer's Creek. Dr.
Jierndon la an oiu well known citizen of
Columbia, and haa hold office of tnint and
profit for years in our county, lie h til he.
Dr. Couden 's agent Lore, and those who are
amicted with tuis terrible dL-efve, ahouid
cail and aee him. Tiic salve cau also bu had
by sending to lr. Couden, at Memphis.
The firm of Mays, Dodson, Chappell 4
Co., and Black, Dodson A Co., is dissolved,
Mava A Dodson taking ono stable au.l Cbap
pell A B.acfc tbe ether. Maya A Dodson
started in the livery basin, s when they
wore mere boys, and kept fii-st-clas.s turn
ou's, and buijt up a hue trade. They wi.l
no doubt'keep up their reputatlou. Black
A Ciiappeilare unlvorse-lly popuinr, and are
ttrst-clasa livery men. Tboy will keep tbe
best horses and vehicles to lj bad, aod I heir
prices will be reasonable.
Major Thomas J. Crosby annoQDCcs him
self a caudhlate lor SberirT. He held the
oifice ia the beginning of tho war, and is
well known to the cll.iens of Maury coun
ty, ile bases his cialm to the orhce, we le
liove, on tbe ground that by hla Indulgence
to soldiers in the army tie was inude to lose
his own estate. If elocted, no doubt he will
make a good (iheritr. Mr, W. D. Davis is
his only antagonist, so far.
George It. Calhoun A Co., Nashvli le, ono
of the largest and most substantial and re.
liable Jewelry ISiores in the Houlh, Is sell
ing their surplus stock of Jewelry, (silver
ware, eio., at auction. Now is the best titno
you will ever havo to get something beauti
ful and tine at very low prices. Everything
is guarautecj, aud the bouso is thoroughly
rcilabio. It iu worth your trip up to Nash
ville, aud if you want something fine you
aiion'u be certaiu t go. Gentleman Charley
Thianpson iJ in Uiis bouse.
See card of Moutu I'lckeits la this lmue.
Ha concluded to remain M ith us and he wlh
organises class o" the V'iiin iu a lew days.
Tliw wisblug to take lessons on this noole
lnsij-nmeuthavo uow a spImdidoprortuuity
xia.i aiupie cxpeneueu in lulling
pianos aud only ak.s au optoiiunlty to
conviuce his s&iil as a tuner .ft orders left at
thu iifKALOOitice will reach Mr.f'ickeus.
lnbtlc Serllag III Kerlin . Itl
MancrCoiDmilivp ipiiatt lu
A large crowd assembled at Ilerllu, Mar
shall couuty, on tho eveum of the 2?:h ult.
By motion of Dr. T. A. Alien, J. J. ovt'eo
by, Ksq., was called fo tbe chair, and slated
tue object of tbe meeting luau able address.
By tuotlou, J. C. Leggelt, of Maury county,
was solecied to act aa Secretary.
The iohowlng persons were tticu selected
to act as a committee lo drali resolullons
expiaiuUig the iroe souse of the meeting,
to-wit: T. A. Alien, il. J. Haralson, It. i ..
Held and tt. Tally. Tho committee retirod
and soon rv'.urued, aod haudod lo the Suo
reiary the foilowlug proamblu and resoiu
tlons: Whrbsjs, Various deredatious have
Lave been committed iu the past twelve
mouths In the vieioity of Berlin, to-wll:
Horse steaitug, house-breaking, and on the
Uab uu. tbe aioroof Mr. J. H. Morton iinn
been aestroyed (and probably robbed-;
therefore be It
IZccolidt, That we exprossoor symratLies
to J. H. Morlou lu the severe loss lie has
sustained; also to A. A. Kwing, J. O. T acker
JUseli&f, As a committee, we feci that this
eulire community bus also suslalued a
great loss by this tire.
Ken'.ird, That we luteud to use ail legs!
eilorls to put down such lawless andwiek
ei dernedutluiis in this i-oinmnultr, and
we call upou all hnuesl, law-abiding inea to
assist us iu dointtie same.
iUtolccl, That a N'lxilauoe fXiuinilltee of
IbirtvJiii In number be feiecied from this
uieetiug to look after ihe guilty t'artits of
crimes already committed as well us tQose
thai may occur hereafter.
Hcfjiwi, 1 hal luese procoedlogs be sent
AJMrfX,uKon,Bd tU BlALV
J.C. Ijuoktt, ric-relaTy. ' ttiaIrn,an'
Here nail There.
uui ui.io.u .u iv .' "'"'-' '
iasi article aooui rs was hrouihl
to our notice by aceifiout. He intorius us
thai v n were iu IiCivls tbo other day. We
were not iware that we were thi-le so re
ceiuly. W e were only we.Iting for au oppor
tunity. But now e uee-d not go, tor "fy ro"
says we were there liie e-tlier day and
"Tyro" "is an honorable iiiaii." "Tyro" has
made u remarkable discovery. H we w ish
to visit auy special po.ut he ohm s--nd us
there w ithout inceinvenieiico to liirniif or
ua. If ha will devise some means by which
we will 1)0 rendered conscious ol our visii.,
bis grand dlsoove-ry will be-allhe toiephoae.
Then he may send us again; yes, ho ioiy
send us to tbe Columbia Itiver to tho Lake
ofOomo auy where. "Tyro" U-lisnstbat
"the people of tuis (Cathey's) Creek live
by theswtal of their faces." We thought
"Tyro" lived by the use of bU pen aud his
knowledge of Lagllsh grammar. Ills style
aud language are so pure, lie Ignores tbe
ooniparuttve degree, and substitutes the
superlative In its stoad. "Tyro" Is au Inter
esting correspondent. "A certain young
lady, so "Tyo" says and he "is an honor
able man" "Gave a young man a hat full
of chestuuts 10 come to see her." Is not
lUal aublime? Now, 11 th.t had occurred lu
onrcommiinity we would not have told It
outride the little vaie iu which we live.
Alan led. on ine lid ins!., at tho residence
of W. M. Sullivan, by Kev. W. M. Noeiiev,
Mr. John B. Dew and Mrs. T. L. King. No
cards no romanoe' November. A short
drive to the home of tbe groom a hand
some repast a lew hours pieasaul conver
sation a return, through gioomy weather,
to tue realities of life. t. I
The Mnslcal Concert.
The musical concert last Monday D'.ght
was eveu superior to that of last wot 6, al
thou;b tbe audlcuce waa small. Monte
Pickens is a remarkable violinist, consider
ing that ho is almost entirely self-educated
lu music. He never even heard any of ibe
world's reno" ned violiristM, such as Vleux
temps, A ienawski, Pagsaiul aud Oie Buil.
He lives in the mouutains of Alnbama, aud
for tw years lias devoted himsell t-a.-luslve-ly
to music, pnv-iljln fourtoea hours a dav,
and denying himseii luxuries and many
neouisitietj. riuch devotion deserves sun
oesa. His taste in muslo Is classical, and his
execution faultless, with the exoeplitiii
that he lacki animation iu some degree. He
is striving to ger money enough to enter a
couservatory of music, where he can get all
the advantages of a musical education. Uis
face shows him to be au excellent young
mau, and we hope he will succeed. He un
doubtedly possesses talent of a very high
order, aud education and devotlou 10 tuuslo
will make hira a groat musician. The
Southern people should ououurageand pa
tron) 10 her native talent more generously
lhau luey do. How can they expert genius,
to bo develojied 11 tbey do wot kid it?
Monte seems 10 dei.gui lu uiriira.t music.
When he refcobe auylhlu brigl:t olid
liquid, it penetrates the sou), aud gives oue
a tasto of heaven. All loveis of music
should hear him. Miss Gertrude Plokeus,
Mouto's sister, piny s woli on the piano,olear,
distinct and artistically.
The concert Mouday ulght opened with a
violin aud piano iUfc, "Alpine Horn,"
which was rt-uUerod Vith lb ease and graoe
that comets Botn an alliance of genius and
toil. It was exquisite. Prof. C. V.V'duett
snug a rich teuor solo, "Tl(jti. 'Jaiv l love "
aud sang It weil. PiwX. Kiuuett is bu ho
oouipUsuea artitrt, au J slugs with all the
piooisioa Of the greatest tenors. He was -t-ccrsiaiid
saug auollior sweet song. Next
cauiuan I nslrumeutai duot by Hlwiuuie 1j
teveond Miss Holmes, performed iu tbe
usual artistic manuer of theme a.-ru'ii. Mon
te Pickous played "L'tutbHuteTesso,,' by
slugelee, one oi tb most exqulslto pieces
we ever heard. It was fuil 01 bright surpris
es. Majnr W hite played several airs on tho
French harp, and was heartily -iiOytif. Mrs.
i oest being uuabie to nil her post in the
prom amine. Miss Odom, a pupil of Ibe
Athenienin, played "Maijic Bells'' nioro
beaulliully than wo ever beard it. She
played so wtli that stiu uas i-ucvrcd, and tbe
audience would not let her oil until she
played another pl'-ce, Monte Pie-keus play
ed two airs from i Reriot, with the skill of
teuxtemps and tbe graceful toc.cn of
W'ieuawski. Capt. Seavy aud Prof. Ben
nett gav e "O uiayst thou dream of mo," 011
the c-jrnet and trombone, and rendered il
Ou Friday eveulug last, a amail but hlgb
ty appreciative audieuce was asseiu'uied at
the Atbeuu-uni to wituess a public review,
which was given for the benefit of the pa
trous. Tlie public were invited, but the
cold weather aut the short notice given
prevented mauy iroiu atlcuulu:.'. It was
truly, as its annotine-eiueiil luuicale-l, a:i
"Impromptu Ktitcrlaiuiueu'," as iiothihtf
was preparel expre-sbly for ihe occasion.
Tho opening piece, overture 10 "La Jolio
Parfarmeuso," by Oileiibach, was rendered
wllh Que effect, lu a solo on piano Miss
Odom di-played a skill w ble-h indicated a
musical tuleut of the hlghe-.t order. The
Sesteiie a-as a rare sum, and' the eliorus.-s
displayed a thorough Gaining for which lU-i.
Athemeum is proveruiai. 1 he "ris-iuttioiis
by Miii.es Brown, McGaw, McGbeo and
others deserves blah piuise.
The liuadrille-s" by pupils of Miss Mc
Keuir.le's class, was, "If we may lie prmltied
to say it," the most entertaining pari ol the
To Capt. K. Ii. Smith and his hiuhly culti
vated assistants are due uuquulirleu praises
for tbe thorough uiauuer iu which every
branch is laubt at thu Atticuieuui. We
know It has lieeu frequently said that
within late years ail tbe solid braucat-s are
ueglijcled for superficial and show y ouea at
most schools, out al tue Alheuauut both are
happily blended; aud tbe sole aiiu of buib
principal aud leacuers is to combine wilh a
thorough educutiou, ail those aixunplish
meats which Luaulify and adorn fonmie
J he order and attuntloii of the aialleuce
shows their appreciallou, aud spe-uks vol
umes in praise of Capt. It, D. Smith, lu
whom executive ublliiy aud suavity are
uuilvi la a high decree. To Mii-.s McKen-zle-,
whose personal v, odiiis ouly equaled
by tier succss- as a teacher; .'frs. U. D.
Siuilh, the giiletl Kloe-utioiilsi: Mrs. Lrwlo,
lrs. Adams, Principals ot luo PesUiloxzious,
a xMitiou widen requires above ail, pa
tience and perseverance, aud iiie exercise oi
ail those-qualities which so highly adorns
woman; Mm Aie-Kiuney and Miss Kate
Tlirnnas, la whoru are blenn.-d musical tal
enta o! the al order the hojipy fnculty of
imparting the same and charms of mind
aod person which renders Diem universal
fivoril-, liie i-uhlio are iudehtod lor a
s;hool, which is not only an honor and b-u-eflt
to Columbia, but tno w hole H-xuii. We
hope Capt. smith Uiay be Induced to repeat
t ie eiiti-rtaininent, and five ail aa oppor
tunity to fcvr U.
Ml -a Llliie Y. Marti, 1. a a ret and lovely
gill, die-il last Sunday Dl:ht, e'ltr along
and palaful illnei. sne closed uer ow u eves
and crossed, her on Lauds. She was one of
thebrSttUlrt la lowu, uud was loved by I lei with pllet-, Ustula, throat and Vst.g dls.
evurytoeb'. An obituary notice will hj iu- ease, or auy disease of a ciir-..:0 natuit-,
jiiej ri'Ii"! ".
A list of Letlera remaining In tbe Toet Of
flce, at CVlumb'a, Toiiu,, ror the wevk eud-
tugDecemljer elli, 13, 1.
B.iss, J. N.
Boiler, Win. .
Brady, A lice
Matthews, H. .
i'orgeaon, K. M.
J.nsnell. A. G.
Roach, i Ja
Thompson, Mary R.
Webster, Fanny ii')
Williams, H. F.
Moody, it. K.
W right, Mary
Persons calllus fot the above Letters: will
KAN N IB COLTA UT Married in this
city, at tue rnsiderioeof Mr. James Andrews,
Mr. Georxe Rannie, o! Now York aud Miss
Sarah Coliart, of tbia city, at 4V, o'clock last
W ednesday evening, by the Ilev. Wlillain
Mack, and after warm congratulations by
frieuds, the happily nulled pair, left for
Palmy r, N. Y. TbeiuarTiage waa a very
piiTalf one, njid nooDo waa present exoept
the family. The groom Is a true man, with
all the qualifications necessary to make him
succosKiul in liie. and a true and devoted
husband. The bride is a true aod noble wo
man, and oue of our handsomest aud most
cr.armiug young ladies, and while we con
grata! n; Mr. K nuie ou the acqaleltiou oi
such a pnie, we must regret tho loss to our
society oi so attractive a member. They in
their journoy home and through lite carry
wilii tbein the beet wishes of our entire
community, and especially of tne Hix
aij) A.xi) Mail, wbioh wishes them a loug,
nappy aua prosperous liie.
'1 he New Regime.
Tbe NVwBoord re-eleeted E. Y. Pillow Ko-
coider, W.C- 'alor City Attorney, and A
Barr Treasurer, aud Jaines Frlel l'ollceiiian
by a unaulmous vole. This was a deserved
compliment for tho discharge ofduty. K. 1
Lansdown received s votes for policeman.
aud John T. osa a all elected. James B.
F. iHjweil waaeiccted an additional police-
man. rye eucju.rea oi ail oia Aideinian
ono ol tbo ablest and best whr this addi
tlonal expense was entailed upon the peo
ple, when, according to Ola own alaleiu'.ot,
uie cx.-riiora.ioa was speoainc much
moDE-y. iJe replied that the Holloa duly
was porforraod lost year by three men, aud
that tbey had eo much to do, and because
so overworked that tbey ail had severe
spells of sickness. Mr. Powell is a good
u.au, anu win maac an tmcient policeman
Laws W hite was re-elected City Marshall,
wi'ieu was a aeserveu compliment.
If the rltiens of t'olurtib'.a wish to use
inosi iieitpntjin oour, ineo a&B your grocers
lor "our lies! rew rrocess" nuur. hj Oiey
want lh ttigtl type of fiucr made In lh
world, ak lor Lieolskir Patent Floor,"
manuiae-lured at Woodiawn Mills. We
warrant every ban el. Try I, once aud joo
will always use our brands.
N'.lfll-m. Gibcfo.-t, Poritit 4 Co.
"Loan uig Hall."
To ti Kcdfri o 1 e iluraiJ and Mail :
I'lea'e permit me torav that the "Wild
Flower" whose fraarauce breathed through
the columns of the H&ualu inn Mail, uud
the "Wild f lower" who nov wasUs her
swoetnoes oa the dwerlair," aru two seper
ate Individuals, erne bitxaalng lu the vi
cinity of LiitlM lot, the other "biasulug
uuseen" ou liulhei furd Hill.
I wouM suggest that this "last rne of sum
oner," who so recoutly i-prnog into notice,
select some other mm q j.lur,e, tin I have
ihe oldest claim to tbe title ot
Wild Fixin tu,
-Mrs. rijliock, mother of T. W. D(ck
Bullock, dlei iu Frauklln last week. Hue
was one ot the oobl'jsl, beet womcin in the
world, ifi-hehad lived every day In the
f;reoiiceof thefirivlor she could uol have
eeu a niucerer Christian, In belief and con
duct, in fact tbe Savior utu always with
bur, aud in her heait and iu her llfo. She
I XZm Z holperf Bor on If the 1.
noblest of boy . Mrs, Bullock wut as
j straight to heas en as Llljah did la bis char-
hud a hard struggle agalust pevortr, but
-Tbe dwelling honeo of Mrs. Ito'oert C. Mc-
I I.Mi.U n,n ,.nl,.l .,., Kliuiu lim...
i -- - . r '
H.utald. oaa he rentml.
t-.iou given lmme-diulely
Tho IIluaLD for one dollar and a
half a year; one dullar ia clubs.
On Dec. Gth at the residence os J. J. F-'.uij-ham,
by the Rev. B. G Lynn, Mr. Oliver F.
BingUaia and Miss Anna M. Jones.
John Hough Lunleraud Miss 8. A. Wor
tliam. Mtiton Carver and Miss .Vusle Wlsener.
Wm.Hobbsacd Locrelia McDonald.
Abe Dausou aud Martha Long.
Gcsjrg-SiuUn and Mar'.haUrcen.
I'riuce Wade and Dora Chrlslmau.
Hoary LVi wards and Alice Bauguns.
Jn this oily, December 2nd, Miss Llllle
Now and Then.
It Is only now and then that such uit-u as
Hon. Alex. II. b'.-opueus, exov. Haiiih. ex
Guv. Brown, of Georgia, endorse a luedlolua
fur ths throat end lungs, and when thl do
it is pre-tly goesl evidence that tU feioedy
luust be t'nl 'or the ouro of roughs, t-oi-l
aud luni; altecilous. They recoiumeud tbo
tiLviBK i-i)iii cofiiii HvKCr, and their
leslamonlais ore to be seen round the ten
oeul sauiplo bottles of the Ulotie Flower
Syrup, for sale by Tltoomb fc Towler. A
sample lxiltle relieves the worst eougli aud
wiil cure more throat. Kegulur sice Bottles,
tllly doses, One Dollar. dec. 7lh-77-ly.
Wo 6 Set tills morning oar stock of dress
pieces aud trimmlugv, lower than e er.
7-ill. FXBET it lallK-ru.
To buy OvercoaUi at yoor own price yon
have only got to t;o to Laabry A 1 rlersou'ft,
and you wl:i And Iheiu. dec, 7-2i.
Buy yc at Clirlbluias Toya and (Vodles
fruui (doc.7.) Vl ilklMJ A GiryoBD.
( LO nilNG !
Wa are now ofleriug our larji a,tock of
Clotbiug at iow prtcaa, Ca.i esjfy aud Me-
Doc.7-Jt. FuBify AYcizaaoy,
tSiouods of btst quality nails, all
yraouedolltuuo J P Wire A Co. a
tt C-Hurrah for ChrlBluisa! Now la the
time to buy Cbristuiaa prcaebls. M. Kut
tit'b is lieadquaiU-rs. tlevJ-ltW
Just received at it. lluttloil a great
seleetiouof Christina Joys the cheapest
ever sotn io Columbia. docl-.w.
tiruotoJ. V. Siroc-t A Co.'s for Meat
Cutters, Meat HturTors, first-Ola! Butcher
Kulves, and Sheet Iron, at bottom prt'is.
tro.vK lioM-AB lu Cash wll boy S3
pouud of Naltsal tbe Old Reliable Hard
w are 1 louse 01 J. I. street A Co.'s nov.iO-2 w
tr vlljsmnOs nails for Jl cash at J. F
Kirx-ft it Co.'s iiovW-Uw.
aa Direct from Germany and Franca a
superb stock of all the lalsl styles of Toys,
HL M. Ilultlo s, cheap.
Be sure to call at M. Buttle s and get
Kris, lirinxleabagluilofl'oys. dec7-iw
e- J i will buy M iwjunds. of b-st quality
NoiisaiJ. P. Street A Co.'s noviW-iiw.
Irons aBi! Hollow Ware at bottom
luices, al i. 1'. Street A Co.'s novSt'-i'w.
Meat Cutters and Stuffem, at lower prices
than ever, at J. p. Street A Co.'s tiovoO-Zt
The cheapest slock of Toya la Colum
bia Is al M. Hulllo's come aud gel theui
S-Great bargains la Dress
Dress Trimmings al lluttlo's.
o-ir a nice Lady's Hat, trimmed, at C eta.
Farmers and Builders remember that II
In I ash wiil buy Hi pounds of nana at J.
aireet Co.'s uob-U
Just received a lot ot tine Toilet slipper
for fceut's. Call aud see them.
Ohllf. W. B. DOBBlhS.
Farmers, coil and tiuy the best, lyiot yoo
ever saw. foltf.) W. B.DuiifiiM
"Undo Tommy" clar, 2 for a nickel, aud
good, CUAFFISA IlL'BiiTO.S.
l or bols.shoes, hats, etc, an to
Uiilf. V, B. Il41i9.
K'e.-p your feet warm aud dry by buying
boots and shoes iroiu W. B. Doi.l;la.
The best hU at W. B. Do.uui.ns.
Welter boots, shoes uud hats for less mon
ey tnuu uuj body, lo ll. I W. B. Doi;Lis.
A eood secoud-haud piano. Lnq'.i lre al
Ixjiib A Boyd s.
The very best tuglina Breakfast Tea; aald
by counoisse-urs to be very tine, atT.B.
Th-choicest brand 1 of Ilklu. Tea, a Guo
Powder aud Oolong Tea at T. B r.aina',
oeul Mr lue celebrated Diamond OU. a-JJ.
T. Ii K-jina has removed to the New Htore,
ooruerof W esl Se-veutu Sirett aua l'ubl.e
Square. nov. j,
trllr.H.Vou Metel, Of the liilBOla Med'.-
enl lui.rmury, at i.har!toii, lil., or some oj,
bis oksl-ituiits, wiil bo at thu Nelsou Uo,e
on TVoeiuber sth. Allthosew ho uro afille.
I sbvnij C'ltiSTiii nun. i.onsuv-.-ttrni ree, I
A ilsieiiiuj: huuo. Ai ply lo C. C Ganfc,
on !oulh Malu Mitt. cc(20-ti
A few liiorei.lli.w.e l siUllul Lap Board
for Ln.lli at the FAMOL't CHINA KOl'liC.
riGi. 'i.'' l .
j irs. l'otts'Giosiii;i Iron, one of liie bt
ID li inaiaei, ul luo 1-A.VijL'i IH1K1
Ho! For the FamouB CbiTia House!
Where they are r.vel vl n their Holiday
Goods. You w ill ilnu fovs lo suit all.
Tbose Fancy Culna Ten s-ts, for children,
Just received. J.L. KoMi.
Yon will f.Dd a fed linn i f Tab'e arij
Pocket lutlirr, Flalcd T-ie apf let
sMitis, ut ihe KASOIM CHI.N'A HOCKF..
At the Famous China Houe!
Toilet Sets, Toilet Not.
Vases, 'a( s.
Mf All Arinds ('Hting.s ut bol'om prices,
at J. P. Slreol A co.'s uoviu 2W.
One mile from town, on
Constant grinding uoue.
Corn aud w-heal
Is rtmniiis. Biioou j&uris-rti onl wbea
iiovi"i-lui. G. T. CliAftiA.
Two f.im Jacks ivr sale.
UOV'lvi-tf. B. J. IfAllLAW.
Another bundshiu eoiliuent of Ladlea'
Ciot-ks Just i-ocoiveil ut O. '. Owed s.
Four Tl'oro.u-ri-ured stiovlt.o. d Btill fot
sale. noMf-tli, B. J. UAr.LAK.
LADIES' V.N DKIIWJIM:.
By-iil'.liiij ot Finbiy i Kiht-ou's you can
find an eu-min! Ii'ie tit iaitii.-s vests at OU CU.,
id els., uud ii.'.V. ,ilU
re- A lull stock t edib'i-a f a.'! kind
ways ou hand, ul Wal.tiis & OiUord's.
ioriii itl Gaiuniiilu, .LiabtttUil, fur
li. J. 'I AULA n.
t o.e:u Dia, 1 eUO
lirsour kmiil, isuiii Kia.il. Crauber
rles. Navy lienu'., C-aio imi:t lVs and Ca
tawba. Grapes, just received ul WaKina
tv Vance t andt. s ti-oin Sar n (laus ami
Kris KrlujiJc, wilii the tsiinp'iiuniite it Old
.MKQUSlie t. ..n.1-: 11.1-s V 3 1 lie en ..vzien, nuu w
kiUS tisi, Ol tWmabil, Just rioe'.ved at,
ii. i-i, r.i 's. Uut eeliW.
. n Wat.-lns A Gilford have in KuvJi al-
wvs a lull supply oi tlie lat oal. Guro-lK-riu-.nl.
Caf.awtia. ilil'.ua. tit, Bernard,
Sewauee, Fiilstjurg and I'iue HiU tuaU al
ways uu liaud, and wia LO aeiiiverea on
short uolle. uovoO-Jw.
Just reoeivt l at the FA-MOt'd CHINA
Hi ICSl". one of Ihe' ts-.l sUh ks ot Ihiua,
Glass, UueonniVHre ever orJored to tno trade
of tor.iui'uia. ivo mo c. rml, and look
through my va tsioa. r-o unutio 10 uiuvr
i;oous. 1 will luaau priLVj -j suit you.
nOViA! " J t.. Ju.-in.
You wiil f.ua e.t tho rA.vioL'iS CR1NA
HOOK y luting Mseiitiiet. Ml 1.7. l luilng
leuiiies JJ li, i luling Mu.:iir:ui at SLUo,
FiiiUag Mi-..-i.ines al tl.mj, FiUl.n Marhlua
all oi luo DCBi tnu .0. L0vj-7".
If You Want
FlivGchirs Parl.jr Cnicr.'b;r, Bluing Ujrnii,
Unil or oiliis? I urn 1 lu re. t inliig Curled.
riair, loi u.iu, ei-.toii ie-p, .-uu,
tresses, al low prii-os, un to sew oc 1
amd wlta Weakley i. W.nr.-n. Noa.
ii Mirth CuUe-ge, btieel, .Niif.li'. lUc, Tl
Hair. Out ion. O'.toii 1 i p. shuck Me
Fl'jlll IU- llOli--, titO I ll 1 it-M .f - t f if C !-. 111-
bia, lasi s.'i'.urdiij '.'Vh-, .').! DAK1C
I. UOW N M AMI, lulu-.. ;- ri'-til nh'juHer,
aoijut liilu bauds hlsy:, t.Uul vi-mjts old.
Also. O.-l. 1A Miii.l'., "ui ninu e.o
liie, bisvli In loft eye, e le t Mll-M-u haodit
high, and about tisht or llliie years oiel. A
liberal rownrd will lie Ivcii Je-t- their . turn
tome, or lii I01 :ua: inn as to their w hot e-
about to tiiy sell or tin-', liis.-k'n stat lo.
Ool:e.i" v tKijij,
dcc7-'Wi N ar Coiuiublu, letio.
A Good Chance.
The t-st cluinee ever offered in lAiurnl.lA
to au t uU-rprisiiig man w nil a e-ajjii'.ui ri
few hunilrtd ooiinrs, is no-v . tiered by
Steele .i l';., wlio oiler tlieir e-ullr i s'.'.irK of
Dry GimiiI, Boo'.s, r-ho'-s, Gro'i.-il'-s, yueeus-
ware, vie, loce-tiior wiiu ineir (.pit-nui'i
HUire House, simaied riv-lit 011 the rallioaO,
near the junction ol the Broad sud f- arrow
Guugu itaiiioaiis, 100111 lor fyiir curs tso-
twe-eii house ana raiironu. tv iu sen or
rent. Also houses aud iolx lor saio or rent.
One pair line inures, one Hue chw, ono ex
press single or aouuie, two laiui wiutons,
uarnoss, plow and com slieilt-r. tiovi'j-ii.
NEW TA VljCiJt SHOi
John n. Fretaw. the l Kslinmulile. 'falior.
oHels blssi-rvlcs a.-) Jailor uud t -..tVjT (0 the
cillKens ot Col iiuib'.u and vicinity. He U
preparis.1 Pi no auy kiiui 01 y.-'it ia tha
liiiiorlng line entrusted t J.un, 011 eboit
police and lo general '.tlrlHCion. Best
Doeskin Pauls Si; Bilsiuse, Suits Iroui t-JJ
to tf. Warranted', in. Also, cieomng and
mpsiriug donufin snort notice-. Old t loth
Uiado sji 'JL-'. uow. l-pts!lnl altonlioii
pal-4 'ufuulu ttt-ufs aud li"V C'l'Hhiug.
s)irp m liie le-ur ot Dr. I tains' Dituj ritore.
All those siilltirin wit h Heiuorrliclils, or
Pii'je, can sale-iy re-iy t-u bul.ig p ruiaueuUy
cured it the-j w ill line 'I uuler a Buckeye Ilia
tilutnieul, w hich Is sold by all Dru(jgut lor
ob cents a uoilie.
Hobble nud limp no inure, but hdiig your
crutches ou the oiil oaken s-g, and seite the
lirsl optKjituuity to bo peiniaiieuily cured.
Your Ilhe-uiuM.isrij, CoUtiacti Murine,
Stlil Jomls. 1 ros.le-u Fin-t, lliodacite, I'jir
OChe, pulu in the breunt, side and back,
will in id to I hut jKiwotful lemwly. loug
and iuvoiub y kuowu as coussuu'a Light
ning Liniment, which is got! lor boUa
man aud beai-.l. l'i Ice M oenlo a bollie.
When 3 ou yo to Nashvi' jf you waut to
buy or look at a nice t, criiuuet, a ve
locipede or a beulf,i Uiby rairiage, call
and es'iihlue tiyj spienuel a-ortuieut f
D. N. Neyiau. at Nm. lis and tl H-unniin'i
old stand j 1'uU.ic Sii'i.ne, fviv-li vU!c, juet aa
you go up ' .vvii. Ho se.ils them, m he ttoeit
everytUe j else iu stock, al the lowest poa
Bible rates. His stock ul rotliug luaiter, in
both old aud new miiselluueous touks, cau
uot b boat would ol the tmio river. He al
so has la atook a laigs collection of th lua
Ciesl liule paper, lu boxes and fAit ot boxea.
thai be vv al woudeimt k-w rales, Jid all
he asas Is that you see hu..t ies aud gel hit.
prices beiioro buying tis.:wlioif. We had
almost forgotten to make mention of tho
aploudid stock of buse hails aud ba'a he haa
uu exposition, but tf any ol our boy wa&C
auyibingbMhakiuthlsline.be Is aur to-
aull uieiu 10 any etyia uiu as, ui
For the convenience of rrodaxsa aaj
Traders, wo have established heu.4cuu-ivra
al tbo 1 epot of olurabia. We, have pre
pai'ud lou to rt-v.-lvefel.K'a. 'UtT banks acalxa
to weigh ail nook aud prud.ioj sold by
weight. Wv will keep corroui ktaeotuacita of
all weighta tor future n.-il.:oeui. Olvo
certlCcaees for all stock and produce velg.h
ed by us, bold ourselves l-.p-ubl Us f. oil
errors, and will say to the ftuuo:n of Maury
the elUueUS f Coluiobla, and udjulnlus;
ocuulles who have suick or produon iir sale,
to notify us peisoualiy or liaoumi tln ioau
Olficowlth full doscilpiioii ot what you
have for sale, which will bo recordou e.ti our
books and prests lisl tot-very UAierii (hla
market, which wid bring yrai buytrs. Wo
will say to the st-ocuiutors on tl:ts market
thai we will keep a dir.rctoi f Manry oouo
lyyf Columbia and adjoining oouut iea,of all
stocks 01 pi oduoe reported to us toi aa.
Come aud exam tue our nnoas ami oou w-
Ovjl-J J-j Ji
lencui .ur wetkiiuui: slock f produoi.
1 . J. UUviH IX VA
Murder Will Out.
A few yoats agfl".U!?i!st Fl'wei-" waa ill.
ooverei to bw a certain cure tor f'yijps.a
and I.Ivor I'oinplulut, a lew l: la L-yspeptl
made known to llnur fu'f. 's how h Uy '
aud quickly they hud been cured by IU ua.
The great merits ol Gkkkn's Auhuht Flow
kk became heralded through lh ooiutiry
by oue stitJerer lo another, uaul, without
advertising. It sale hits lmme limuiiiiM.
Drugglsta lu LVLKV IUW.V in tbe l.nitoit
Htates are selling 11. Ni person BuUbruis;
w ith Sour Stomach, Huadaciio, Otm
tlveuess, Palpltatlou Ul the Heart, ludlges
tlou, Jw Spirit, etc., eau take Ihrue aoso
without relief. Go to yocii Druggists, lit
ooiub A Tow ler, and vet a bollie Tu oeul an
try it. Sampie bollie 10 oou ta. juuts2V-l
'"A'eare authorized to aunouace TH0H,
J. CKOSBYa a candidate lur Hhei iff al tho
enaulug Augusl eieclluu.
We are aulboriaed to annoonoe tbe namo
of Mr. W. D. DAVH, asacuiiili.luteioraher
llT, M the ensuing August election.
rVR CIRCUIT COURT CLK&K.
We are authorised to .uunonaoe HAMUELi
D. F. M i L W FN as a candidate for t ircuil
Court Clerk al tueeasuiug August eleotioa.
We authorised to anuounoe TTIKO. LIPB-
COMU lor Circuit Court Clerk at tho next.
We are anthorlxed to announne W. r,.
WITHKllKItx-N as a can dl da 1 lor Cr-A.,i,.
Court Clerk at the ensuing election.
ron couxTr court cle-u
Wo aro authorised to anno' mn a r
AKIN lor Couuty court Oork 1 ,Z .Lau
lug August elecUon. l luo USU
We are authorlxd to,fcnooonoB w j Er.
WAHDH, os a candl.'u, ,, , ount 1;
atlheeuaulug Aue, eieeUou.
,.)Y,' ..rT. ''"Vfied lo anuounoe (i. M. V.
. .. ruatue at the eusulug August
FOR REU Itil KR.
'Ce rite autlioi 'xist to announce JMET
Kl'Mi HoDitFus a cuiididatv for lUgls
ler al tin 1 cusuIiik Augusl esuc'.lou.
We are. tmtnoriirsl ti atiDonuoe JOHN
CAP.K for 3le,-lsl-r al Lae tusvUng Auai