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TOWN AND COUNTY.
Friday Morning, December 14, 1877.
to amuivii:m AND TlltIB
.11 mils on qrutlrmcn to run for ofllr', arc
uthrtuu aunts, ami i ii-it be aocompauud by the
iwA, tu insi'i-v luxation.
!.! A TCIK, fAIU IX ADVANCE.
The Herald lorOnf Dollar Tear!!
Chilis of ten or over, Jl.O) per year.
The money must always accompany clubs.
TCLOTlIINU ! CLOTHISG !
We are now offering our large stock of
Clothingat lbw prices. Call early and se
en re good bargains. ;
Dec! 7-i't. Km hr v &h in tKso;. ,
Get your presents at J. II. James A- Son's.
- Stutl'your oyster with a turkey Christ
mas. "Purveriaed pig" is now the vulgar term
Thera will be a concert at Hamner Hall
nest Friday night, lilst, given as a benefit
to Madame Esteve. It will tie composed of
vocal uauslo, and string and wind instru
ment''. Prof. Monte Pickens will assist, and
other, who will make 1'. a grand concert.
which we tODe will be lantelv attended.
inea, in tnis city, last weeinesaay uigui,
SPRISQ 1111,1. ITEMS.
Express, arrives, daily, ...... !:S-, A.M.
Aceoni. " except Sunday, o:-':;, A. M.
Aceoni. nr., except Sunday, K:fil, A. M
Express, daily, :".), 1. M.
D. R- V. R. R. SCHEDULE
U' lI.NU EAST.
Ho. 1 leaves
G 1NU WEST.
Jin. 2 arrives ....
Trains run daily except Sunday. No. 1
connects Willi accommodation to Nashville
and through Irain to Montgomery.
:- Cal( the 1 anions China House and ! -candidates for County offices are begin- j mTS'JL11. p?i?ow",2rJn -or DrA L PUlow
-e those- beautiful Toilet Sets for nlng U "blooru." i ?J' ' hnHUn eSSllSed to This roo-A for
--....... ...... ,r The second stock list. ! ,,. Br,. ..m left th. .ten.if I net I "e nHS DWD OODUDM to Oil twin lur
Tuesday lor Kansas. -
There is not a vacant business, lionse in
the city of Columbia.
Mr. Joseph Joseph has hud a tasty sign
put up on his "tin shop."
John Haleoiub is now the only guard at
he county work-house.
Martin King, colored, died last Saturday,
and was burled as a pau per.
T. H. si W. II. Williams have just re
ceived a'new line of m-ck wear.
f .very store is now well stocked with
toys and other Christmas presents.
- T. II. it W. H. Williams have overcoats
at lower prices than ever ltefore. liU 21.
Needle for any kind of sewing
chines at Kmbry & Krierson's. ll-t.
- lur policemen will "put on airs" next,
week, when they don their "navy-blue." ,
Prof. Clutsam has gotten up a siuging!
class In the M. E. i 'hutch in this place, i
Joe Sioman h;ts ijuit. the butcher busi- !
ncss. Columbia has now four butcher-stalls. ;
The new winter liounet will enable a wo- 1
man to go baro-headtd at an exjiense of f Id i
to ?2 V I
This Is one of the mouths of the year;
when we have no court, except tho County j
Twenty-four bills have beeu filed in the !
Chancery Court at this place siuce Hie last!
Vases diets, per pair. The second stock Just
received of all kiuds of Faucy Goods, Toys,
etc. Give me a call. I am deiermined to
sell at low prices. J. I Bond.
d eel 1-1 1.
&T If you want China, Glass and uecus
ware, Limps. Ixtoking Glasses, Table Cut
lery, Pocket Cutlery, Spoous, Castors, you
cau save money by buying at the Famous
China House. Come and sue.
clecli-it. J. L. Boi.
S" li'mbry .t Frierson will open next
Tuesday an entirely new stock of Dress
Ootids, cousiiting of Black Cashmeres, Paris
Poplins, Berlin Poiilins, and everything
j new in thai line, at astonishingly low
T Everybody Is Invited to go to N. Hol
raau's Coufectionery, and examine his
choice lot ol I on lectionei ies and Toys M--iore
buying elsewhere. Goods cheajter than
any bouse in the city. deeil liw.
People of nil classes will acknowledge that
in this world much depends upon our fl
nnncial comlilion. vet not many wisely re
lied that our financial condition depends,
upon our physical. Yet it is even so, lor
who call lauor wuiioui iieanii, ana woo can
months oast, where friends and relatives
I gave him every necessary attention, but he
! could not withstand that dreadlul disease
, of which he died, consumption. He was
! the youngest sou of 'Dr. Pillow, and has
! many friends Mil relations lu this coniniu
The C. P. ChnrcU Hel pel aiet last Tues
day night at the resilience of Mrs. IS-. W.
' Gamble's. This society meets twice a
, month, at the residence of some member of
; that church, aud each member is required
to pay 5 cents a month lor the beuelit of
I their church. They will gio a supper at
1 the same place next Tuesday uight. It 1
illa , . '..i, ...... un . tVu,u..li-.Hi orwl at tha
' same time help their chivrcii without call
' iuuKn the public.
i John oss, policeman, arrested J. M.
Iliss upon a capias sent to him from Wil
liamson county hist Mouday, and curried
liimto I'ranklin, Tenn., that niht,
lodged him in .tail. He Ijus been hiding out
lor mouths past, but John knows just how
lo catch such men. He was coming iroin
- IS XSMOKIAM.
Mrs. Margaiet White, relict of the late lr.
A. C. W hite, ot this place, died at her resi.
dence on Wednesday morning, theothinst..
after a short illness, la the tiltieth year of
her age. Hr health for many years past
has been delicate, aud has gradually given
ay under the blighting influence of wast
ing consumption. Although she has been
a great suli'erer, she has borne it all wit h
out murmuring or refining, aud for the
sake of the happiness oi her children.whom
she loved better than her own life, she
would always put on a cheerful counte
nance in their presence, although her trail
bod v-might be pierced with sharpest pain.
When called to give up her noble husband,
which sad eveut took place ou the l:r.li ol
August, W-t, in the midst ol her sorrow
and inconsolable grief, she was heard to ex
press the greatest surprise that he should be
taken, und that she, who had been so loug
hoveling between life aud death, should be
left. the had for many years pust, fi.lt that
life was last ebbing out, and that death
might ;over!ake her at any momenl, and so
familiar had this subject become to her I hat
death loher had lost all its terrors, aud she
realized it onl, "as the gate to endless
i ! joys." Mrs. White had beeu lor two weeks
so frequently had she suilered teioro with
such spells, that but little a iprehotisiou was
felt ol iiy serious or laiai resuiu lier
iieai)'"., was witu her
during her ijk
accumulate mouey without laoot? Hence, j scssioD
the Importance ol using i oussens com-1
rounu iloney oi lar, which is u sure eu.u .
oul'Iih. Colds, aud ail diseases of tho!
Throat and l.ungs. Itememlier you can buy
a bottle ol t!oniH)und Jioue ot lar
cents. Sofd by J itcoiub Towler.
Two marriages In hiifh life, lu this city,
iMtccess to you,
within the next lew days,
team Have-, and Johnson Davis shipped.
lor 0 i by rail, to lAuisviile, 17" line hogs, last Sat
i John M. Hiiuleris now clerking for the
" i Trade Palace, where he will be glad to sec
j his irieuils.
! J. T. Hai-alian is now t lilef of the l ire
Ir. Wright Breached a very lino sermon ! Iepartnient ol this city. The right mjnin
! Sunday morning in the Melhoulst Church, ; the right place.
i Irom this text: "Preach the word." He, The beauuiul and lovely Miss I.aura 1".,
i untile a c ear exeuesis ol me suo eci. tie " iuic"" uj,uu uwu yoiiiii .r. x.u.
thedeiot with Jack W. Mclvissack, Ks., in j jai,.Ti,,c Mp.' J W. liea
a buggy, and when they got back to , the ; M, , ,I;;iJv ' j
corner oi oaraeu ariu tignui siteeis. j oss n lWS ana on ,nc tveaiii'4 tsjfore she did,
made the arrest, fbere aro two or tluee . j ler ..o(ber. I won't leave you to
twsuM against him, HUd fifty dollar-, reward nj n, wlU ,emalu w ith yon." Her
was ollirl tor mm, w mcu was j.aiu io ws lllutijer replied, "No Hose, I will not need
by the prose, utors. ' you to-ulglit; go home and come hick in
-111 iue icw mrii ..iii,iiic oi - uuufi ,, n o j -r Tueu. drawing her genll
tli.ls,.,aiid llio lesion J Oilce Aowh if to her IsMom. she ki-tl her tenderly, nsain
lgingoi t.wi. ''O- and atrafu. and bid lier good-bye. le line,
KEL.IG101 M l. I KLClGKXCt:.
and atratu. and bid lier good-bye. ic llnc.
doubtless, that It was probably tho last kiss
of ail'eclion which she would give to this,
her darling first-born child A predomi
nating characteristic of this very exceilt nt
womau waslher ardent love lor her chil
dren, and a great anxi' ty to avoid every
thing that was calculated to cause tbem
pain or uju happiness; and tor this reason
first explained that it was God's plan to : i rftpenter s lantily.
1. 11, a it , ii. vv ii I lit iu,
is the place to
cut lemon s fur-
MAN L' FACT I. ItKD ONLY BY
WJI. SHACKLETT & CO.
kuvi. tnii- not. i.riroii.oi tut! iiisirumeuLHiiiv
of angels as pteacheis, but men. lie men- j buy clothing, hats, boots,
lioiieds-veral passages of scripture to show Ishing goods, etc. dl i--t.
that God frequently s..-nt angels to men, but One person joined the M. t,. 1 hurch in
they did not unlold the ilau of salvation, j this city list Sunday morning, by letter,
but r ferrd the seeker, as In tho ease ot , from McKendree Church.
Paul, to a man, a preacher, for explanation. ! Mr. A. W. Slockell has hud Hamuer
Iter Hilly expouudiug the duties aud re-I Hal I nearly covered, aud is now havluglhe
sponsi bib ties of the preachers, he dwelt j inside plastered ana papereii
upon the uunes ol ine neater, wuicu i
itupiicd from tho text. At night be preach- ,
ed ao excellent setniou on personal piety.!
The Doctor is doing line preaching and i
work lor his congregation.
vjekmoxaIj isi i KLi.iur.srrc.
ltev. Geo. Beckett went to .Nashville Wed
W. J. Wuiltnornc went to jasnvii:e last J scaiiei-eo iniri lououuot io w nnaiusjioi t.
i wooa i. liavis uas-oenina ine uars, i
Wai Mus ,v Gill'.mi, and Col. J. W. liuu-
niuglon, coal dta'ers, now smile a "sarcas
tic grin'-' at the lake ice dealers.
The linn of Holding, Mct.rcgor iV V.
nave taken in auot nor partner this week,
bee notice in another column.
Two of the handsomest people ' in the
comity aro to bo married near Wllliamsport
soon. ' They will live near I his place.
The mill-dam of Ash toil A McGaw,
which was washed out sometime ago, is
. correct pictures ol tho hang
; per in tnis place, iney woro taitcu irom a;
i photograph sent them by H. P. Seuvy, of j
'this place. You can recognize soiuo ot the,
! men who were standing around, and Hie j
! pictures aro good. The Police 'N. l . loi.ette '
! had an imaginary picture, which was not,
good. The Wild Fire, New York, has a pict-
! ute of him when he wan recognized as the ,
T ... .... .... . . l'A.kU UUUaA&J
guiuy man, wuicu isa soiiuaSmajy. "es w(Uld assumo a pleasant smile, even while
piipei-,.u oe prvi mir., ny.u i huiteriu; intense pain, ii auy of her older
Ali Seay still continues tosell i-hotogiaphs i ,.,,nH"f. " ti, i,iJt
T , I . ,1 . : , . , . ....... , . -. . . - . -
! Mr. John lirskine, of the vicinity ofi
Sjuing Hill, was in town Tuesday. He is
totally blind, und is led by a Isjv. 1 le was a
i member of Pete Tumey's First Tenn. Kcg't,
j aud had both of his eyes shot out in the
reat battle of tho wilderness, under Lee.
, w . l. ixi warus our . ouoij i rusts-e, a d by her brother, the only son in this fami
, inessmate o. Mr. John liue s OMi -r, , UJ u no jevofves to a great ex
C ay i;-rskine, in the.d Iran, wl o was kill- ; ,e;,t the cares of his young and unmarried
i in the Hstinfantry l. it t of , ',1: ,"m l sisters. .May the mantle of his noble lath
, Beutoiiville, N. . Mr L.,i wards got up a ......u,.,'!, i..,i,. .,..,
subsctiptiou of f I, 4o for him ,. and hou l,t a ; rindTttaTnTnenls, anil luYhe punty 'of liis
lite and; the richer charities ol lus heart.
ters, were like sisters of mercy so watchful
and careful lor their dear mother's comfort,
and since one has married and left the ma
ternal roof, the other like an angel of love,
has been the constant attendant and com
panion ol her now sainted mother. Jnthis
labor of love, she has been cheerfully assit-
suit, ol clothes for him. He lives at Guil-i-
loru j.i u.cy s. ueat npr.ug u.,i, uuu nas no , uuou-tnl(1. his oulv sou. and enable biin
in f NiMH iinrn iniiii i ... ' ...
iiiout her.-iniT huu. )?. I'J1" i1'" i"Vt. f'K,.u ?"
W hile getting up this subscrintiou, lr. l-.d- ;" "..," ""., 1 , f" " .. ' V."".i
wards, v lM is a cripp e, loa his red morocco , il1.u,.DUiU2 coni fort, care and blessing
one to hel n him. No
should let him pasu without
r '- ChII on J. T
their choa sugar,
& W. F. Tucker and price
ou have only to see our Sugar and ( oflee,
learn oil' price. aud you are sure to buy.
duel l-'Jw . J . T. A. W. F. Tl i S.KK.
err New ( 'i leans Sugar u specially at J. T.
A, W. F. Tucker's. dectl-w.
Itememlier that our prices on Sugar
and Coffee are the lowest In town,
deel 1 -I'w. J. '!'. A W. 1 . Tc K 1.1!.
er- waic satisfied we can please you in
price ami iiualilyoii Sugar aid Collee.
decll v. J.T. A W. F.Ttt kki:.
John F. Montague, of Wi'ynes.boro, was
In town recently.
Col. J. H. Moure, of iiickiituu County, was
in town Wednesday.
A. C. Itursh, M:w on, Miss., 1b the way he
registered his name.
Mr. Charles .Nashvillo Walker was out
this week visilicig ills folks.
Mr. Ful wileris visiting his brother, t apt.
II. W. Fuiwiler, of this city.
Col. Jack Hickman County Moore, ofi eu
treville, Tenn., was in town Wednesday.
Mr. James v . i'iiu ingiou was once more
nocket-book. containing a considerable sum
of money aud tax-receipts, aud other vaiua-
tilo r.,i ituru A lil,ral riiwuril vill lie liaid
as ; . .
OVEK THE tOlSTI.
Try ono of J. H. James A. Sou's patent
i napkin rings, dec.lt.
Gents watches, solid silver, forH'Mti,
; aud warranted, at J. H. James & Son. dll.
Those uapkiu rings makes handsome
presents. Try one. J.H. James it Son. dl I
Liaoies. you can miy a oeauinui siik
'King Heir" Cigats
-fi, best cent Cigar in
Josh. i,. Bailey's.
at Josh. G,
the city at
B e- Klnine i ul, superior to nil others, at
Josh.t,. LUUcv's. 1 'here is a spurious artl- ,
cle in Hie market look out for it. dtcll lt
Buy j our i'aiut from Josh. G. 1 '.alloy, j
Paints already mixed for uso at Josh, i
t.. Pulley 's any color -guaranteed, decli It
vr The finest chewing Tobacco in the city
at Bailey s. tlecll It.
siewait's PJ year old Smoking Tohac
CO at Bailey's. decli It.
r f,- Window Ghtss, any si.e, lower 1 ban
any house in the city, at Bailey's, deel lit
EC-A niccKiock of Watches, Jewely, Ac.,
i,. r i lie ll,i iilnvs. nisi, receiveu i n. r.
I'isi-hci's, Notth Main Slrift.
boarders, il'i nrisouets.
Tho time is coming when the modest
young man will bo invited to "carve the
C hristmas turkey."
Billie Moore shipped, Wednesday uight,
twenty three mu ies to Deuiojttlii), Ala., lor
C arpenter A Howard.
In view of the change in our business
t relation, on Jan. 1st, l-Ts, prices ou all our
troods, will be reduced from tnis date, dec.
1 : T U A- W. H . Wfllinms. illl.L'f.
I --Ask Joe Green, the clever and iicconi- i handkercmei at I'.mory s i : nerson s mr i
1 modatiug clerk of Holding, Meoregor aud , ceuts.-lt. '
miiitniF hiK itniK aud sweel Ih-hiIs last Mon- : Co.. how be spells orchard grass seed. I We have heard it said that jvtlss Mottle .
j,,v ) The Colored Slai Minstrels of this city D, oi Sow ell's Lower Mill, is the prettiest;
Air. W. K. Phillips, of Phillips, Jackson A I gave two entertainments at Pulaski last girl in the county. ...... ,, i
Co Nashville. Ttun., was In lowu last M.ou- week. They were patronized 11 fly dollars : The bojsof carters Creek Statiou all
UH'v j worth. i joined In a bird hunt Tuesday. 'I bey ex-
Mr Hose, of L. 11. Janier A Sou, Nash- Butler Audtews, of the "ith district, ouo ! peeled to kill mauy buds aud base a big
villei Tenn., was in town Monday ou busi-; day last week shot himself accidentally ; bird supper at night.
neBM through one ol bis bauds while loiulnig a; - Mr. James M. Ihonipson, of Arkaisax, i
Mr. John Kutl e. who iias been lu I u Ion I pistol. was. iuanieu iu moo o. n. i orc,
cit v for Kimin mouths nst. has reiurneill l'.inbry A i rieiTson v, ill open. to-irioirow, i He vai uttendeil ;by Dr. Coe, Mr
home. ! another new stock of overcoats lor men and Morris, of Thompson Station.
Miss Mollie J. Cnperton, tho beautiful ' boys. 'Their new patent overcoat isa beau- j "Louis" aud "Polly,-' ot Hock Spring,
i.ion.io io siirin,, Hill, bus licen in ton-n t his I t v. dc'r7-2. i came to lowu last Monday. Tho distance is
1 ' ' 'I I .. . .. ... ..... : I. . k . . . 7. , .. nn.l fal It.niYUiValB t 1 1 1 1 V I , " , f U
the popular linn of Por-j i'i (''''"-'-" 'f "ii Bread, Iiusk, Cakes, ; tour hours ou the road nearly two miles
etc., hi ins new euuieciiuuet , uuiunti ' uu oour.
corner ol the square. ' - Mr. Milton fAUen and Miss Eugenia B.
The beauuiul sign that was pur up tnis i n -inks, were marriea hi r,. j. m. whum
week on the drug siore of Dr. T. B. Kaius, ! spoou s. Knob
was painiea ny fj. i. wnite, one 01 me uest
painters in the suite.
Major J. W. Wiiiierspoon, a woi thy mid
respectable citi.en of this tou n, has sold
publicly all his furniture, preparatory to
going 10 lex as.
On account of tho great ru-h
"s' new couiectlonery, he has
TIios. B. A 1 lord.
ter, Alford A Bryan, Na-hville, was in town
Mis IleUe Bussed and her two sisters, oi
Wllliamsport, returned from Franklin last
Capt. John F. Montagu?, an ableattorney-at-law,
of Waynesboro, Tenn., was in town
Mr. Bruce Cochrane, o;" Na.shilie, came
out this week aud found hitusell Iho father
of a large flue hoy.
harles W. Wit hcrsiioon and I-red at
to those who lu their orphanage, have
neither (father nor mother, to goto tor
kind onices. One dear lamb was away
from home, at school, w hen her mother
died. She was sent for, and by slow degrees
she was prepared lor too terrible shock,
aud just as she w as reaching home the sad
reality was mado known to her. Even
w itn this thoughtful precaution, it was all
she could do to bear it, and never was great
er grief felt or manifested than that of all
these devoted children, embracing tho two
t littles oues, whose deep sorrow touched
every heart. Uev. Kobert Gray delivered
au appropriate aud impressive fuueral ilis
I course at the Presbyterian Church on
: Thursday at 11 o'dlock, to a large concourse
! of the relatives, friends aud neighbors ol the
j deceased, after which the burial took place
1 in the cemetery in this place. Gently, we
' laid her by the side of him, who lu life, had
I been her comfort and companion, there to
rest till tho resurrect ion of the last dav.
licv. Mr. Huuier, a Presbyterian minister
irom Mississippi, preached at the i'resbyto-
J utiles i rian Church iu this place on last Sunday
morning, lie has been spending sometime
w i Ui Key. F. A. Thompson and family.
Ilev. F. A. Thompson will probably re
new his engagement as pastor ol tho Pres
byterian Church iu Franklin, as the con
gregation have signified their desire to re-
I The lovpts of "nod church music, uuif
Creek, yesterday evening. ; those belonging to tho choir of the ditfer-
A splendid iu fair was given them at PoUi ' eut churches, are invited to meet at the
Allen 's at night. ', Methodist Church on next Saturday even-
mr entevurisiiis fello w-cit.i 7.en . t liarlev ing at :! o'clock, lor the nuroose of nrac-
McVay, ga e us a piece of the best bread we I ticing. The Literary au, I Musical Club met
lace went to the wedding
ou . T.
deel 1 .'It
r call and see King's Patent ombina
ii.... u....et ...i..u iniiloiihtediv the best Spec-
-,eie i. nuie. at s. F. Fischer's. North Main
deel I it
'- Buy your Watches, Jewelry, Specta
, Chains, Thimbles, etc., at S. F. f iscb
Noi lh M ini Si reel. dccll-M
t (."I he liiu-i st pi ices touched since the
wsr on Siig.irs. Call aud see them at J. T.
A W. ! - Tucker". decli -M
v.- (Jo lo V. Hobnail's lor the largest and
I..-.1 selected .stock ol Christmas Toys In the ,
Mrs. I rank Diiiiningtoii and her bright
daughter, .Miss Coliie, went Clarksvilie this
week to visit relatives,
U.S. Lindsey, the great insurance man of
Jackson, Tenn.. has 'ecu ih town this v.eek
on insurance misintsH.
M ls- Lulie 1 igueir., ol Slu ing Hill, Tenu
has been spending sometime Willi her
brother, H. I". Ftguers, li.
We are sullering fur a vii.it from Captain
lecms lleliogahalus Atuliews. A month
O, how loug '.J'i-liil.i i'i-' i'.
I r. W. T. Henslcy, of Ala , passed throiifth
here recently on his way to visit his lather's
family at TuompMin Sialion.
Miss Johusun, nt lluiuisilat, daughter of
oiu of the ablest members ol tho Legisla
ture, leii for Nashville Wednesday.
.Indue Henry Cooper, who lias beeu ab-
returned bi his larm i .1 h 1 com . ... t 1." alter an absence 01 a lew weeks,
of Hr",JV,, " f lie said Dr I Inrued lo our city last .Monday. John will,
River, was 111 Ioaii iuesu.iv. lie sam ui. I . . ,.,.,. -tirU lor lioss Hacknev
Peter Cooper would l UP VVediics. ny. , .s Bel its It., of W ill T 1 1 ' port, w llA has
fairest bel.es. let! lor V, asliiiiglou C liy tins
,1111,'. lo hcHliMMil several weeks.
Mr. James li. cui"ire-s nun mis uepne , j.
s tiriuaii. expect lo leave this week fcr
ever ate iu our nvos, yi-sieruay. it w
made from au article 01 Hour loade at
I'eaiT Mills, called "Purified Brown Flour."
Every family lu tho county ougut to try it.
--cm last Sunday, Kev. . i . Williams an
nounced from the pulpit at Jones' church,
ou Calliev s " reek, that tnere would no a
at 1 'r. Crump's and orgaui.ed on last 1 ri
day night, and will bavo their meetings
regularly every f riday uight, al some pri
vale residence, to be designated from time
Mai. Brow n, w ho is never absent from his
on Knob Creek petieo to run 111s cae and
; day and nigiit. ueciui.
W illiams A W illiams received, Irom the wedding take place in that church on Y ed- ' Bl.ul ju ,lie l egislature, whi u in session,
.... .1 ..... ....'-. 1...- Inili inl VA . . ct , ,,nlla mi,. ut . 17 . . . . 7 '
kiiig the uuiiorms of the policemen.
--He was. I (Jy.it look tug man, as much
so as any man we ever saw, and his I'siKs '
indicated troub'e. as he murmured, " iwas.
ever liiusin clul ihiMsl hours," etc
nesdav. the P'lii inst. We are oiiite gootl al
gnessiiig, and it It tie Joe we tender to him
and ins i'air bride, .M.., a thousand good
c. Bmce tboner. of Boar Creek , has a
wal k ing Mick which he cut after the fight I sj-ate, will never lie tarnished.
spent last Sabbath at home with bis family
Manry ' ouuty has never had a more hon
est, vigilant aud faithful representative,
nor a man of sounder judgment. Ju hu
hands the honor of the county aud the
Josenh Hiues died at the resilience of .In-" at llesaca. da. He also has a biscuit which '
' cob sdoiiinn, in this city, last Ftidny night.' : he scut home Irom Bowling Greou, k v ., in
; His reoiai lis were carried to Nashvliie the lj.l. lie- was in the Third Teune-see, and
i follow ingday for. interment. ! after the surrender, walked Irom Atlani to
i Mr. sam Carmack, who is an excellent liallon. In three days one hundred miles
1 business young mini, and who graduated at incoming home, aud had not been here
I Pough ke psl" N. Y. business college, is now ' in four years.
; clerk in I he l; ink oi oluiubia. j ltev. K. G. Irvine celebratel his i.rty-
1 Jim Lethgow Isaignt I ue stock of gro-e , ninth birthday last Friday. Ho sent to
rles of Tho. Pickens, ho is now doing bus
iness in the house loriuerly ooi upied by
If vou wish licsh Cakes, Candies, and
nil g.Miili kept in a lirsl-class colileclioncry,
;. Holm, in h is l he pla ;e to tuy them.
We Hirer Ibis morning our stock id dress
.,1... ., Hint Itimmings, lower limn t in.
Km nut A iKll.liso'.
Tobuv ovi rcoals at your own i lce you
imveoiilv gol lo go to Lmbiy A V rier-Miii s,
and you will lind them.
-. nst re. cived at M. Ituttle's a great
seleclionof . hiislmas Toys-lhc cheapest
ever seen in Columbia. dec-.W.
. V Hurrah lor Christinas! Now is the
i.. i.,... i i.i ii ions urenculs. M. l.Ul-
tl -'s is head.uarteis.
Kluriila. where t hey will spend I lie winter.
Oeo. . 'l ay lor, one of the leading lawyers
of this bar, left Tuesday night for Little
Kock, A i k. He will he gone alsiut ten days.
Mr. J. M. Brooks, w ho i one of the hand
somest ami mosi popular ticket agents in
the Stale, was out liom Nashv llle this week .
The handsome Mr. o. F. Bingham, aud
his lieauUliil and lovely bride, have been
visiting this week .Mr. A. A. Hodge's fain i-
town for Kobt. G. Irvine, Jr., and to O'.llco-
ka lor'i'ommie, aud that made all his fami
' l.v pre-. ul. He talked to them a great deal,
j and g:fve them much good advice. All hi
' children love him and hu loves them, lie
'. is in excellent health aud weighs .'is much
i as lie ever did beiore. but lie is still blind.
The day was closed by earnest prayer lor
been in Franklin and Nashville several ins v. hole family, which was tull ot teeliug
weeks, relumed home Monday. She w ill ' .and made a lasliug impression upon them
lie a citizen ot i oluiubia, or its vicinity, al- , ail.
ter the iMth lust, lad to have lier in that:
Mr. Beni. Uarlau shipped atsiut lorly j
hogs to Louisville last Wednesday. Twen-1
ty of them nveraged IT--' isiunds. The largest I
weighed '. J 114 nest 101 oi nogs mai iiuvo
t AMPUtHi STATION ITtMS.
The most notable eveut thai has taken
place since our last record, Is the marriage
or Mr. William Hobbs aud Miss JucretTa
McDonald, wbich took place at tiie resi
dence of the bride's mother, in Cullooka, on
Thursday, the lllh iust , K'der E. P. Eraser
tying the nuptial knot. There was a recep
tion at Mrs. Ii. J. Hobbs' the evening after
the marriage, at which the Invited guests
enjoyed themselves very much. Mr. Hobbs
is one of the host young men of the county,
and we congratulate him on his captming
a young laily every w ay worthy of his affec
tions. May their voyage through life be
Prosperous and happy, aud may they never
bvo cause lo regret their choice of each
Mrs. Lizzie Copelaud's little sou, Toiuiuie,
about seven years old, met with u sail mis
fortune last Saturday . He went lo bis un
cle's, Dav id .McVi urry, visiting, who has a
very bad biting dog. The dog was eating
his dinner in a vessel iu the kitchen, w hen
the ltttlo fellow went in, not knowing that
the iog was iu there. The dog knocked him
out of the door on his face, and bit htm in a
terrible mautier. one ol his ears were kit
ten nearly oif, several gashes on the back
aud top of the head several inchesiu length,
beside an ugly e Jt on the left a nil. I f Mrs.
ilcMnrty had not have come to the relief of
the child as soon as she did, the dog would
have killed him in a lew moments. Dr.
W nliamsoii was called iu aud dressed tho
Most of the trading done by merchants Is
on Sunday. The custouieis go io aud out at
the hack door. A lew da v hso we noticed
nn au vertiseiupul ou tho back door of Mr.
Sowell's sune, with his clerk's name to it,
statiug that there would be no trading on
Sunday. Xow. as most of lb trading on
Sunday is done by the colored population.
and not many ot them cau read, Jim w ill
nave rather a liurd time In explaining this
luvenisemeiii to ins colored customers.
bis will give him more trouble than tra
cnneACo. have j-.tst finished threshing
their wheat crop on the Amis Place, They
uau 11 iu sulcus.
soluo of our farmers are sowlne down
their wheal and dragging a bush over it.
The ground is so grassy lliey cunnot plow
it, and it keeps so w el they cannot burn the
i r. vv ado w us in
Hcra from Si-inK 1111 1.
One by one we ate passing olf the stage
of life to try tho reslit ies of au unknown
world. Ou lust Thursday morning, Mrs.
Margaret J. White, widow of th late Dr. A.
C. White, died at lier residence in this place.
Fumrtl services were conducted by liev.
IlohcrtGray. She was beloved and highly
esteemed by all who knew her. She ever
sympathized w ith the sick and sorrowing,
and mauy a burdened heart has been light
ened by the consolation wbich she knew
how to administer. She w as lailhlul in all
her relations of life, but her devotion to lier
children was lu our eyes one of the most
charming features of her life. To her chil
dren we would say, " Weep not, or mourn,
or desire lier return Irom the mansions
of the blest." She has .gone from envy
and st life, aud nil the lUs of life, where the
wtary are ut rest.
Cotton Is still twiing brought in, aud a
large amount su i I remains to he picked out.
Mr. William H. Brown glnsall of it ou his
steam uln. Mr. Brown is a stirring business i
man, and is au advantage to this commit- Acc. pt the tribute ol love I pray.
; vv men tin
For the liei'dd and Mfcil.l
I TU1.NH Of Til KB.
"twrtW 6 Mr. Laura H .
Bright hours have flown ou golden w ings
t-duce first, by chance, we met:
Amid oaith's most bo iu icons scenes,
A reminiscence I'll ne'er forget.
E'en as a pearly tinted shell,
Taken from Ocean's shore
Though destined far away to dwell
"Still chants the Ocean's roar,"
Engraved ou Memory's tablet fair,
Thine image Plight J see;
Thy gentle voice 1 seem to hear.
Though I am lur uway from Uiuo.
I love to kuow you think ol tue,
T.s assurance doubly sweet
For I'll ever kindly think ol U:ec,
Though we never more may meet.
Aril if. perchance, those lines you sec,
iiiuti u-ie loiioiy irrnxu
Hon.J. s. irmaii was in town la.-t week
visiting the girls.
Mr. A. S. B.md is now building a beauti
ful little cottage ull I he 1 rauklin and Co
hnfehia turnpike. We -lo not know w hat i
this means, brlt ttilu k C. sid has a li me
Mr. NT. P.. Cheairs closed out the lC-maiii-
I der of his hogs lust Saturday.
We not ivd a short time ago s-ome ery
( fine bunches of celery, raised by s. K. l in
I ley, Sam always sets It out as soon as lie
eaif get it. so ho can have it earlv .
I M. Ti-dale has removed fitn: 5'rs. ( as
key 's to the plive lately oircupied by H. s.
Mr. Walter s , an lugcnnius young man
of ibis place, and who is a great admirer ol
the girls, since Miss .Miry B., lues b-n, of
whom be was much enamored, seems it be
very sedentary. Ho procuied a "Lovers'
Telegraph," to no purpose, and we ihink
be will have to get Will's derringer In lore
his trouble call b.; alleviated.
One night l ist week there was a great do
teatiou In the nun!, owing to some un
kuowu miscreant having eut ono of the
traces ol the front couch of Mr. F.J. Smith's
'Air Line.'' Wilere whs i.iuuv 1! le '.
Our vouug and accomplished friend. Ko
to Jones, under the iniailible iullueii
11 Tie can ne'or etluee.
1 1. 1
I. O. of U. T.
T the J:iitornf the Ili mlt an (1 MtxiU
One word in your excellent pai-r In de
fence ol the Independent Order of Good
Templar. It seems at this late dale that
there are a few croaker and disatlected in
dividuals, who &ro verv loud and vnet mrous
J in their ilenuuciafions of tbis noble oriler
j and I tell it not oath who claim the honor.
I ed name of Christians, und who prof,s lo
J bear the image of Him, who, went nliout
I doing good and not a lew who seek refuge
J behind the dusk, as a lorliiicatiou from
which to throw their f,hle missiles. I do
Inot intend I hose remarks personal, but ,'ust
show ing up the chimney, as the lutehman
did. No innovation iu .science, philosophy
or.iinnian imprnveuieat has eveu passed
j without a violent opposition. Aud it may
! not Is.- exiecled that this lurm oi tho teni
I perauce uioveiuuut should escHs tho
! violence of that conserv alibis which has
ever maintained au opposing altitude.
mo vi'iage a low uays 1'roi. ooason s "Hair Humbug' is now sun
aB.9- I lorting a base ball set of moustache "5i'uie
Henry lk.-rrv has moved lo the village- lie nn si.le
is living in the old Weaver Iiouso. I
i w o siHirtsmeu gol ol! of tho south bound ,
train a tew days ago. They were dressed in !
icsjuiar uuuismen siyie. 1 ucre must be a
oiid siifiper in auticipat Ion somewhere,
.v young nacueiot lu tho village, who
sometime does bis ovvu cook ing, tells the
follow ing. loke on himself: Jle had a tavor
Ite eat tout consoled his lonely bouse.
When he would retire to bet! at night pussv
wouid make her lied in that part of the
stove where the cooking is done, w hen she
could tlud the door ope-i. i Kir young ba- h
elor got up one morning, built a lire in the
stove, closed all the doors, and then weut to
tho spring tor a bucket of water. The next
job on hand was to make up the dough for
ine piscuiis. w neu ue oiened tuo door to
put them In, there lay pojr pumsv already
cooked. W'liet her silo was ealou for break
fast deponent saycth Dot.
Monroe l.ia.len starts back to Texas this
week. He will stop iu Columbia aud spend
a few days with his sister, Mrs. vViiiiam
They make serious obieclious and endeavor
to create the wildest alarm, and lei iu our
order a secret confederacy clhiuod logotuer
for the purpose of masli ng the people und
ol i gaiuing secloriau aceudcncy. But we have
too mucii coniiueuce lu tuo liberality aud
intellgciiee of a very large majorily or Hie
cixsl lieople of o'd Maurv. ti believe for a
us. Harmon vois in town last week, i mom, nl such insinuations will he roceivinl
w nn ting to swap horses. or credited b those wno are aciuutnied
We are very sorry to learn that Knot Mo- ; with the prominent membeis of our order;
Meens is very sick. 1 we direct out appeals lu behni f of the order
Mt. William Cftd'toii, of 'oluiubia, was oi -ood Templars, only to the until, I, liber
out ou a visit to his sister. Mis. Keums, last ; a! aud Intelligent, and no" to those w ho lire
Sunday. Bill was unusuliy dressed up. I determined lo remain unconvinced in u;-
Miss Mollie aeruu is visiliug friends ! gard to tho propriety and beniltcieiit of our
and relatives Id Columbia. ; noble order, ihey elicit more of our charity
ltev. James Kiug passed through lids than disapprobation. Willi conrldeiice in
place lust Snuday. the I rium pb o, our cause, w? maiutalu a
I'atrick South:. II, of Columbia, w as in position bx elevaU-d to iudulgo In ridicule
tow n last Tuesday. I or abuse against, those who may stand iu
' Jack Price, col., who. for sometime, has opposition, we only ajk lor In vestivailon.
beeu livlug iu Illinois, liai returned to his let the principles, tho objects, tho beating
former home. "Cbickeus''' will coiuc home i and tho benefits of our institution, be evaui
to roost. j ined in the light of truth and exrerieuce,
M r. Will Kogers was in tuwu last Tuesday, and wo ate willing to stand or tall b Hie
on busiuess of iiupotUiuoe. i decision ii w e tell you on the honor or
On last Tuesday morning the bousj ol Mr. ! veracity of ladies and gentlemen nat tin re
N. 11. Chean-s caught pro. A ladder was ' cau he no reasonable ob'eelions ugaiust Hie
Mr. William Hobbs and Miss Lucre! h ilr.
) 1 Suiald united tbeli heal la i.ml builds tot
ine, "ior o)iier or lor w.rse,iurougu weui or
woe,'' Mr. Hobbs was hand
some groom, uud every Isniy mys Hint
he is dilk-eiil iu business, of tcmpei sle lu.b
ils, iniUol i.iixcc,ln,iiuhie lilt acd mnmi.,
that ho is the s it ,.lu st and most pio..pi to..
young inuii in tue comniiinlty, .-lie is
young, pretty, and .lil lo.e to work lor
him. T'o see two young peop!. of sueh
vigorous health and splnu., uiule
their destinies lit one common ionise,
is interesting beyond dcciiptlnn. 'Jim
bride whs tasleliiiiy aud elegantly dressed,
and looked chai iniug, w hen blu-hitig Hi i
held her liege lord by Hie liaud and prom
ised to lov e, honor aud obey. Her iiouUfu
ami graceful sister, .Miss Cecil Mi DiiihI,!
and Mr. vv iliiam McGaw were th.i wmiers.
A large number ot neighbors und inemls
were at the wedding and el joynl tiie le
fj ! .bn.e.ils in the v '. v id callus and eonfee
tlonciTes, whicu w eio rnoie ihun ubuudaui
fur u much latter ci-uM'it. Wcwl-h them h
long and hupp,' l.f .
Mr. Jaiues I owdeu iiiimIi' a lif-iv f, lu c
around ids yard in honui of the approach.
Ing quarter. mi etmg. Mr. lUn'xo msdo
the meeting lti! tc.-tlcg by pte.iehl'ig soi
inons ol more than ordinary inierct and
power. He w ill deliver an address lo tho
two liieiury staTclus of the seh'jol oil
Thursday uight, I ;. ""Ih.
Dr. J. M. VNiigtil w IU adJress the school
Thursday morning al 11 A. M. Thcso hiI-
dresse-swlll add intert si to t he occasion and
vary the monot, mous examiiui'icn.
Al r. J . M . Stt pheus r cully cliHiii:ed tho
rough hill lo tnu ehuieh, iulo a smooth
grade pike. He I- public spirited, HI., I if ho
will listen, iio will hear blessings pro
t 'need oteli llpou him for "luting" tho
...otlo r I'. A. Soulhall had u I liaiiU-n 1 . -lug
si I vice. Jle Is u young man ol line abll
lly, and aiwav s iv i s his bearer soi"cttiihg
to "think HisHif. IK' and his .-ood wife are
univeia'.l Is lov i o. and we look for a jear
of universal prospciuy (or the eliui-h.
e Inei ii M issioiiai y mo nug hM --ii inlay
aiUrnoi.u and i ii.-ed a bilge coin, 'lion, in
collection, Mr. Kobcil Wet, b s 'la's w a tbo
net lnr mill .'dilrr.
Ill this city la-.l Tiiuis,lay oi-niu :, :ii D
oVlek, al the i ,iilnin ! Ine iiiue's fn
Iher, vtr. J M. fabler. I," Kc- . J ! . Wri 'h;,
Mr. M. L. Mel Tine. I.iidgo Su "' i-or oil.
A N. and tl. "s. It. I.'., i'Hl v, N, M. Euueiiu,
C'.iblcr. all 'i ibis polo. The jx ihiiii" Is r
iiauiisouu ami hai ., -w oi .i ii'i; ' i.nui, ami
Will mule u lllie Nlld leoil llMnml,
Th" hi ide i.i b, an' ilul, fair and liio-ly wo
man, and e , oni ..! mate iir on iio .' -Chile
io succeeding in wmt'i, sc, li a
prize. May thcr pathway rhro'igh liic bu
one o I jilea-uie, and w he,-i s er t he;. g,i the..
willcaro wit h tbem IU, best wishes ' tin,
Hi k.vi u for tin ii happiness and luosj itilj .
A Meosihle .'Illicit.
tbrowuup.ou winch Louis Htirti-jon, co
a.sceiiuou to the huruiug Krot. ami bv i-our-ing
water ou it saved tiie buildiug from to
tal destruction. V, .1, C.
Ju my geueral round of travels, J eniL-race i
tortious or maury, v iiuaiiivjn, Hickman,
Thcro was Pi'eacTiim' at the I hristmn '
Church last Sunday at 11 o'clock, ami at t er llt Comitieis.
night, by Elder fteyuolds. He will i To the J:.IU - II,- U- r..hl .,,,-t M.,:i-
preacu uw a tiioutu viext v eat lor me 1
church at Jluberlsou 1 ork, in .Marshall '
J lie nubile roan ruuuiug bv this place Is i
getliug saelly out of repair. It has not beeu 1
worked ou ill ov er a v car. Tims. Iran' whs!
tho la stove rseetf. He left the comniuuity i
over a year ago, aud (here ha not invu oue
appointed in ins lace. wile tlio ltiagis
trail's ot tint, uisi,riei ace to euis .
- MardiGras comes licit j ear on March
jth. ... ... :
been shipped this year. - .10,-11 uimsviu r u , 1
t lipid s darts ate lly lug thick and lasi ; to i.uie i.imu". mm. . .- ...
through the air. I uions of In arls and days. , ,. ;,, 1
hands are the consesuence. Cupid aud'. -James U ittrell shot Lilllc Pluiuiiiei iu
death are the lalal archer lor poor hunuiui. the hand a lew days ago, a lew miles Hum
iv : Palestine. . , , , !
'J . ...... . -l'l.u well k mvL-ii unit not in lar t raw fotd
"apt. .Taylor Vos. ol Columbia, one of ! - r- " " ; ! House at Cincmuatl, under tho manago-
theclev.i.sl,iiandsonies gems wo know, j nieu tic town w,l, , nieIll of M,. Lewis Vundeit, is losing none
was in l'ulaskl two days last wcok.-iv.t . !1'',-l.u ' ln. ,u'.. . ."Z1 ..... .. ..( its n.nie. Columbiaus. who find them- I
.'.'... .. .... ...r't. w ""'U,""U',K '""MdVesiuCinclnoatl, cannot do Uawr than ! ru"VtoV,n.
Misses Mary l errass and Amy JomiiN , WM a tla"uco at the residence of ! go U the Crawford Uss i. Gaddis am ;in.mn.,.
two l . .,' - . I.. ....... II 11., ir.. Inst ,il,.l,l Uihieli Wr,.IIVPII .VlCtniV re, IWU ,1 llio uw u8'"S . yr-M I Mr V 11 null l!mu-n I, ...... ,.r il... .
j manage! gins iu this -ounty. Jtls ruu by
slenn, ana can turn out ten bales of cotton
per day. Jle gives lo It his own personal nt-
1 x-Mayor John P. Brown, of Columbia.
honored our town with bis presence Oil last
Saturday: Just asocial visit to relativ es and
trieutls, amoug whom is found, one, who
blooms iu beauty, grace aud loveliness, that
, won iu auoru me paieceoi a iving.
j Mr. George W. While and Miss Susie
i Chapix.ll attended the funeral of Mrs. While
; on 1 luitsday last.
.Miss Annie I'rie-st, a hue looking young
lady of litis place is gouo ou a visit to
. friends in Kentucky.
! K. II. Hatchet, E.i., .natulan of tho chil
dren of the late Dr. A. C. White, came out to
tuo ouriai oi .virs. vvune.
! We learn that Mr. James B. Childress will
i shortly ltavc Columbia for Pensacola, 1- la.,
lor the benerf? of his health. Mr. Syke-sOr-I
man will accompany him.
A IT sIO'!
' ill some churches prevails, of lhe minister
I e-alliug upon a lay member to make tho
closing prayer of the Sabbath ser ices, both
, dav and night. Where tue man of i.,l,
: Horn excessive labor or exhaustion, feels
i physically unabie to conclude the exercises
! himself, then, it is reasonable and tight,
i mat he call loraid, but as it Is exceediugly
embarrassing to most of persons to lie catl
1 ed out ou such occasions, aud il cannot lie
; at all so to the preacher, after lie has gone
t hrough the strvices up to ttiat oint, there
does not a ppe-ar any good reason why ho
should neu close with a snort prayer. Iiet
him clinch his own nails after he has dtlv-
your pel mission, I will give your reader a'
few items cleaned iu mv rounds. i u tho!
borders oft. heatbam and I Mvidsou counties !
the corn crops are belter In mv judgment I
! than tl r w. to twelve months ago, while in
I nicKman nu ine wesi-i u jotrioii ot iviaui'y '
I they ate not so good. Jtis vety easily ac- ,
! couuted for, when we l elm inner that lo I
j t heatbam, 1 'A iu.son and the wesictn pot-!
i tlon of Williamson a fear-In! siiri,i in t he
l'rof. lbyuolds' concert will come off l'ri- ! sum mer of lsTH b.ew t he Hfrnufm r ei.v,. nut !
day night ot next week, to the ctonud. front which il never rose!
.M r. Johu H. Oil em, of Jones' Beud. Iot erect aaalu: but .that, sl.ni.i .o.l ,,, ,..Ueii i
m liogs last summer wilh cholera, only leav- j Hickmau and Mautv; whi a iu the su miner 1
lug him seven to kill, which ho did last of l.77, the storm prevailed in 1 Iirknia.li and
week. Jio now says he can t see why j-eo- ; Maury, aud the southern portion of Wi'-i
pie say sparo ribs, for he 1 be d- d if ho liari ! liamsou. but did not reach Davidson t:nd I
any to spare. . Cheatham, i his sla'.e ot allairs ha- iiiaat)
The loving "ones lu this coiamuullv I farmers iu the no! th-w-esiem imii nf Vimirvl
should be more careful in haudiiug love ! and lu Hick man, rat her lato getting their t
and confidential letters, aud not drop fheni j w heat sown; but tin- ucreago sown all over'
careissiy nioug me jaioiic roau, as uewspa- , those counties is so very large
per cones poudetils might find them. We i leal it the nevt crop brfugs us
IiHveoueiuour possession that has been lnnu-n e will sour on vtlu-ut.
thus handled, wtiicn we glvo etbaUui i
leaving out six names. j
November -1st. s,.. I Mills, has s Id out to one Mr. H,,lt ,,i vv'ii
Mt. Eim-.ai; A J) a I ,i, ,!. 1 seat my ! liamsou county. The lornier nas some
sell to write you a few lines as promise my thought ot going to Texas,
parents has no obiectiou to you they say; Mt. Wm. Knby and his two son-lu-laws,
tliey havenothing to say alxiul my and your i Messrs. Kinghl and Bingham, left ou or
arrangements so i navo notuiug more to , about the L'-lh ol November, from the
say so i w in :ooa io ou ac.-oruiug lo your
ptoniisaso good by I remain your true
friend until death. Sai.i.ik D.
The above is a representative letter of the
presentelay and generation, and shows how
woefully igueiraul oi the first jrinciples oi
the English language "young Americans"
Mr. Washington Hardlsou, of Henry coan
order. may w e not evu;t to be
iiioii the ordiuarv rules of evidence, and
this we do; our order perm its nothing that
would cause a biush to maulle the check ol
the purest modesty or religion. Ask those
brotners and sisters In whose virtue and in
tegrity community teiev!s a greattnl confi
dence. Tlit' are me'veugers like Ihe lowly
uazatino, and the nshermau of Oallalec,
'Oing tot! h alter the lost and la'len with
brotherly adectiou and tears of svinpalliy.
Tho I .o.d 'J eiuplar goes out into soclel and
tinds that man. who has been long since
uiiaudoued, old itiemls have fors-tken him,
and ho is let! exposed lo all the w ilds ol
t il. In- has Died again aud again loahaudon
his hahirM, but his fuui lly and tricndH liave
de"retl. W e take him by the hand aud he
stands iu the halls of tue 'toot! templar's, I
ami vrho are Ihcsclhal ''nuil around him
with cheerful smiles and open hearts, wud j
the warm graspot' friendship lo welcome. I
, Urol hers and -dsUirs , yes btolhers and sis- I
le-rs,auit as he lukes Hie soU-mu pfeilge i
upon b: lips, aud is made lo .oel Ihul all!
these w ill cling by aud t; nipulhisc wilh j
Dim. The holiest purposes are- nourished,
within his soul, aud he reels Ibid the allsec-
i ug eye of God hallows the solemn oollga- i
tl,,n w nicn lie-lias assumed, and n io .es it
more omnipotent over his moral nature
.t . il,u iu.r.i.1 1'iu.u ult.l Knit M..O ,., I...
J seriously i .,.":" .JT.., .'. ... . ' ....
tl ii. v ii 1.1 1 i uw i I. ' It,, v. ,i , . iv i j i , l , I i . , 1 1 , , ,
Mr. .1. I, . i ri , well known ill Mc.u-y Co.i li
ly, and t mom; hoi. I. I mi noia .M : .sippl, 1
ahania. and I iniui'i', as a suo f.slul t ra -del,
go! Iiilo his hili'g Ml Iminc. i -Pi iluv ,
and slai P d lor his s eel hem t s lionie i, -.
i Till -os. He uriM.t ill Major t-eorge VN .
.I.llles I", sldellCfr , II ml '-issoi!1 luallo'd tn
nis lieaul iii.I datii' 11' er. Aliss Clav join s, by
cre,lll,il ; n. j, v . v . H. Hughe- Mr. i r :ud Ins
lair bride ihi-n r; ( into his bi.iyy, thei.'
bugy 1 lieii, Mint di o'- c f h rough ! i,e count i y
to ids home. No itiplv, no put on. I hn
is chaiuclen lie ol the 111111111:1,1 ol tiiewo.
iimuvliiilui.r united their loili.nes. Mi.
1 rr is 1 he k did oi man lo reib e,m t he sn,i C
irom h-r povcitv a man ot tudoiiiitalii.,
euetgv , line bus tut s cap;, city, r,irn, good
ptiieli'eal iitdgmt'Ut. Jle Inc. m.iilo by bis
own ellorts a haiulsoiie' Utile ti,rt ipe, and
he bids iair ui be on of -, 1 wi Hllliiest 11ml
most hoii-ire-T 11101 ni-loie lie dus. His
vouug w lie is a iiouic girl, uud a wormy
ilelpiiictt lo him. She w a J t'ducuteti 11!.
Webb's s -html and the i tan H 11 h coegc,aii, I
scornmii 1 i.e nl le, sue com iiic'icisl Pain
Ing school, ..nst to be iiselul. Mi . On hu I
his bride na e our hi st w Ishe-S foi their suc
cess and happiness.
j starts intoa new llfoof hopeand Joy, as be
.. . ....... ... . . . , si-e.s 111 mseir s 1 rniiinruui 11 v iriemis t, no -an
t. apt. oaiu siitjwi, 01 ltuv lusou count v, 011 1 r , ---- - , , , ; . . .
Ihe vvaters 01 South Harpetb, neat AlhsonV ' '""'r u,,m ,t,ie call him broth
vims hus hi lil nut. in ni.iiiLir l-i. .it ..V w ii ! Anel wlien Ihe wl id storm of evil Mid s.
sees uimseirsurniunueHl hy irleuds w ho cau
row, aud the dark waves of sad adversity 1
rollsou to ougulf him, a host of !,totbeis
aud sisters rusii to bis rescue anil bhed a I
ha1!) of sympathy that resusitales hint
That husiiaud n.
ters ol South Hatpeth, Williamson county, 1 ,'m a 10 1 '.1!Al Yer wl e and mot
for Terrell. Texas. 1 J -' and her once lamtshlng children, slie
as now bociimc more deeply 1 w'4" H'rh-'d l
t U nder wile and mother, wssnotthe
: vir Mniist.i iimwn. mm or .tni, ! iiiciiibei,all that she Iiis endured
! a uiiieri t.v ,. M-i.r ,,,i;,.., day of his fall. The will
1 Neivciube-r - Ai. Mr. Brown tesidesl in tiie
lil t Ht'lsjliOllb
I has uever been dry, but now it Is watered
anew, aud she is made to feel that sho lov es
j one who is loyeu and respected, t'li je
ciMiu oils exautiue our noine certmcateb
aud be convinced. Emma E. Jot it:.
A Hold Alli'iupl to Kuli,
Tlnirs;i.,v ni.l't t last iio-l. nroul 7
o'i lock . M r. Nat 1 eut man was Minidlng lu
froii t 0! the Ni 'sou 1 louse, when a damp
Hppro'iehcd him and ie-Kt d tilm if tin kln-w
Mr. W.J. Wintihorui', and upon Nat tell
ini? him lhal be did, he said Hint list across
I the 1 1 el' w as his dri ver, w ho hud I, ecu bad -
ly hurt by the team 1 ,1111111 away v. un
him M r. Yea' man lepp ,1 Into !u hob I
andltil'lMr. James I-rn.T what had been
said, al.d they together u 11 II Alb 11 Pov.cll
went Kfios the river as far a- A.shtou 'i
McGaw ''s 11111I, bul .cing nothing vviong,
the", f.'biincl. and juM bclorn rcucl li,
the lu ulg' , a dark lano'i 11 v, as tin tied upon
them, and they mi n-sii d a 1 1 amp and a not ti
er one escaped, and alter keepilii; Hie ono
thav ancsied in the lock up ail ntglit, he,
1 loose ui:- neve iiioiiiiug, its uu
me Who bad made I nc sbiU
meiil. The slilciueu! was wholly talM,
ana H Is very clear that 11 was a cone.H.icd
scheme by a band ol thieves to rob Mt.
Whitthonic. There Is danger of anolin. r
huhiiug hole 11 such is not stopped.
. JJ-i.J t ,1,1.1 M I.
T, , e I
1 mil u e in your valuable paper of
111, t nat ! lie Las, a cm res ponder. (, in
western potttou 01 v ii liamsou county, u,;,r ,
Forrest I, rove. Dr. Hooper, the phynicinu,
cillod to attend htm lu his last moments, '
mill ol hers Kltk of hit. 1 in l,li.H li. .....I 1
ty, has beeu in our community on a visit that oue so young, be was just twentv-tu o
m 1115 ns in,iiii,:i.uiu:i uic uu,i oiumuits yiaiisuiu, fiiuuiu tui uown without alii I. Iilps I roil! KOCK nprlilg. j W uu, I uat ! he Last a corrcspoiuiei; t, in men
iiinim; 0.1 mi. n. ivn ttr ins uou r s aru lug, n uu u 11 ri le 11 10 eiotctt y. AUa.l one-hT'i of't.ie pom and eiitiiii i ,, I t ion ing Hp' j,ii 1 us w 110 arc ret 111 ntug lro:u
home yesterday. I l'erhaps you haveah-eaely been notified of Wi s n" IVi lKi?isi.l 1 sti I liiilA.-rtsJ v. S.ale 01 i . xas lo old .Maury, sas 1 1,..-.
The beautiful and accomplished Miss P. ! the death of a colored man. Bob Ha.iloy.on ll u"; - Vi,e ilSev I .1 hi, ! A. S. isrrjh. ny will return in ,. I.w .1, .
Sovvell, was at Lase.1 last Sunday Snow I reck, ou Capl Atkinson's farm, 01 ' U', .Aelcssi' "im of bis misutl.e. la.,
Mrs. Parks widow ol the lato Dr. J. A. hydrophobia. There waauotberU.y in the .,.. pe.so.i,-d!y aciualtitcd w ith Air. i ..ml
Parks, and lu r beautiful daughter, who j same neighborhood, bitten 011 the same ,yC v' .', L s are visitlTg VeTaH po-itoely that he Is m t now. nor
have b-eti spending several months with day. The physician, of the latter, inforins ! 'V-mn v a.r a " the Slate of 'J ex 1
their relatives and friends in this eou id y, me there tue two grounds oi hope tor the J' ansei.te 01 0"-u , liIlk , , lK. wlJ, ,, iM ,llv , H,UI ,,,
returneiltothe rboiuyat Max Hlll, Ala- boy. First, he was bltton through thecloth- 1 wm 11 Davis rocentlv mircbaswl a IWr. ' Her Id and Mai! wit h itetus of 1 u 1. 1 est from
ur.V.Va'st"" .V'-.i , iug, and the clothing may have p. ev enied ,ioT;, ,',. .a", Bmj Jer iie"t of Und ! his own l-at, m-wilt do well, wilhout liy-
W llliaui Sowell, the merchaut I'nui of 1 the siltva eutoring but biood. and the iiIml'h , . ... . ' ... ... . ItlLT fit Ol-i'll lit Ml IllIK'll tlTTIIlir Sllll hiK.
Sowell's Lower Mills, aud Mr. Theodore was immediately corlei ized and stoma d oif. .V : i? !.. 1 1 h .,u.v e .,.., ir.-i 1., 1..1.....
. ... - . t I i . - I .m It' I ' Lt IT..,..,
vim ui we " bv the vouug meu. We kuow it was very
MMb.rW P. ingrain, the worthy 'rest- pleasarit, as they always are when given
dent of the ll'tnk ol Columbia, has returned 1 tnere.
liom a visit lo Ke -mucky- Dauvillenud oth
ui... t inuii ftermanv
. , 1 . .. 1..1 ...1 ut v i..u ut T'nvs.
1 1 . , 1 1 I lie inirv "J ... - .
.. r- iiili II 1.4
Col. John B. Mosliy, of West Tennessee,
came lo Columbia hist Friday, aud has beeu
stav ing with friends and looking alter laud
ed linere-sis ncie..
Miss I. aura F., Hie grilles! Methodist girl
in 1 1... .-, hi 11 1 v . siunl last Friday in tow u.
A certain Sunday-school Stil'criutendeut
was captivated by lier.
An able young lawyer of N .-vshvillo, whose
name vvouUl bo tho same as the doubling
Apostle,!! he w as not ecouomicalol his esse-s,
was in tow u Monday.
Messrs. a . s. lioii-by, John 1'. Brown and
W J. Whillhoriio went to Nashville last
Wednesday morning to the marriage of
Capt. James II. Andrews.
Mr. and Mrs. James Andrews, Mr. and
Mrs. Will McGregor, Miss Laura Andrews
and Kev. Win. M 10k went to Nashville last
Wednesday morning lo attend I he marriage
of Mr. James H. Andrew.
Miss Jcute Caldwell left this week for
Clarksvilie to uttmid tho nuptial ceremo
nies ot a friend. Shewi;! probably remain
until alter Christmas. We wish her a
(.1 -juUQ lit visit and a spc'slv return.
K. P. Alexander, of Nashville, and J. C.
Nicho'ds.ol St. Ionis, happening to hear
Mice West was here, aud knowing some
thing "f her tame, went out to sec her a lew
llH Vb tfct&Oa
Mr J. W. Simms a'ld Mr. Bud Kirk, of
I ewis county, came to olumbla em a visit
iVedbi'Sdnc. Tho former belonged to 1 be
:td Tenu., aud M as budiy wouuded at Ilay
Mr. ICC. Allen, a son of K. B. Allen, Esip,
and oneoi the best bovs iu the county, lell
last Tuesday for New orlcKns, I where he
will take charge of oue of James Allen's
large sugar farms in that Stall'.
Misses Wllllam-ou.rli lluiit.sville; ltebecca
t,i.of Auring IC11I; and .Miss T iki i'olk.
I .old Miss I'et Polk, were at Col. D. B. Coop
er's beautiful home ln the country last .Sun
day. Which I tho prettiest':
, i .,,,lr,i nl 1 I'iiu. liobtlllis, a naiiosimie ami pupinai
g.KVI sts;oud-uauu j.-iUe.. -"i-;( - ",.,.,..,, ; Nashv iilc, was in town
1. - ... .I'-J i''ll I . . . I . .,1 M 1
Mt M. ligUIe 's, cheap.
)r- ifeKutelo call tit M. Ituttle's and get
Kris KiTiikie a bag lull ol Toys. deo-Lw
Just received a lol ol Hue Toilet slippora
,,-Tliccb ,. s( t. kol T'os in olum-
kia is al M. Uulilc s-come aud get them
- A nlca I-d 'a li-il, triiuiuod. at i" els.
, mil buy the best lis you
over saw .
W. B. Dolilils
'I uclo Tommy
'cl 'ar, '.' for a nicke l, aud
IIIAlll.V A UtsHlo.
,,r hots.shoe-s, hats, t !., to
1 wit 1111 and dry by
booiud' .lV.cs irom VV. Ik Doum-ss
The besl bats at W. Ik DouiilNS.
UefUr lioots. shotss and huts for less inon
ty than auj biHly. -obltl.! W. B. Dowui-vs.
Mr. It. II. Sansoni and his accomplished I
wile have moved to their neat little eottage,
near the residence of Mr. Thos. F, Fleming.
They have been lioarding al the Nelson
House lor some months past.
Mr. James Audrews is building, u frame
business house back ot the Brow n Block,
1 which, when eomj'leted, will bo occupied
oy W in. ai uicr, w au in kiuvi 01 oiutoiicn
and Job printing department.
The man, w ho, a few dav s ago, stole If,
Laz-trus' turKe'ys, aud carried them to bis
store aud tried to sell them back to him,
had better not let himself be seen by Laza
rus again, If he tloes not want trouble.
Mr. James Hodge, silversmith, has at
tached to the watch-chain he wears, an En
glish silver 2" cents piece that was coined
in the year Bu s also au English silver 6'.
cents piece which was coiued in the year
A olli.eti of Hlelrmau county was iu
town last Friday night, and celebrated the
rightast hristmaM,ty flrtug Ids pistol ofi.
u.. uriukliul lie WMier I.Vit.1 ami u fes atl
actor at Judge Pillow's "matinee" next j
morning. Five dol lars and cost,
Mr. A. H. llrown and his hanilsotne wife,
who have been boarding at the Nelson
House s nee thelrjTiariiage.have moved Into
a pretty little house em lewit Street, which
we understand his father has given them.
Mr. Wood Jiavis carried to Nashville to
clerks iu the country, will bohaind iu the
olfiee. aug. ol-n-ly.
! -Mr. John M. Gray, of Nashville, hies
purchased two beautiful and luaguiliceut
1 trotting horses tor his carriage Mambrino
i Palcheus. we believe. 'J boy are said to be
' able to make it ln the two-tiflies on the
I road. No doubt Mr. Gray will bring this
; team to Maury, when he aud his beaiitilul
-ife come to livo on their larui a farm
which 'ol. Cutran Frierson says has always
commanded t he highest price of auy larui
in Maury county.
RALLY 1111.1. i runs.
The matrimonial market is
ant and excited by the recent marriage of
Mr. Tims. Warren. On Tuesday, tho l"-'nd
at S o'clock l'. M-, at the residence of Maj.
Mat Bej uolds, uucle ol the bride, by tue
Kev. J. G. Kice, the former beloved jiastor
,ie iiaoel Hill Cireuit. the imDressive
t,nd oeautiful ceremony wast solomni.ed ed.
1...1 1, nin.l In Hiiicett bands Mr. Thos War- 1 son
, e and Miss Sallie Christmau The atten- ed hero,
Ml. Joun cmiiu witu ieiss .viot
teuiion, ami tnoso wno patronize it mav
eou ut with certainty on honesty and lair
dealing, steam gins bavo knocked the
"underpinning" out from horse power gins,
wherever Urny have been established, and
have left them as useful as water mills
without st mams.
T'j U,c Juli'n,- ufthf Hurald ami Moil:
Messrs. Walklnsand Helmick were lu the
village on Tuesday night of last week, talk
ing to us ou tue suojeet of temperance.
Their speeches were full of good advice
and wit. Mr. W atkius says he lb no speaker,
aud kuows he cannot give the subject jus
tice, but wa were delighted to hear hiui.
Mr. Helmick Is a flue orator, and bundled
tue subject well. They made an effort to
organize a lodge ot Good Templars, but fall-
eu. w e wane iiicni 10 come oack again, las
something of the kind is very much neeel-
1 ... ; rj,-.i.i t ,w. r.r 1 ...l 1 .1 .. 1 , .. ,.i
, . -1 . . I aaisiu.uk, ui v.viuuiuia, UtVt MI II LI lilt
I hoinr in Ibis nUce lt t'mnli Xliru It
Huiiti were :
ii,Pt,.i,Ih am Mr. Thos. Reynolds with
n Y.ni,ii.Tiikiir Tue eentlemen atteu-! is the best Improved place in the village.
v u ii.ui uuiidu iu.i hid j e 1 1 nuum entitle
back bere to Uve, but we suppose this sale
dants are noted sstwo of the handsomest
voting beaux on Flat Creek. .Miss Mollie
and Miss Nannie are two ot our most
queenly youug ladles; the groom is one of
our most deserving young men aud the
fulr bride is one 01 me mosi uusiuess, uuuu
the l'o itontiary tho following prisoners 1 aud sensible young ladies iu the
mslweeK: tuny e line, coi., 1 year; xeii.ie
VhuDj ke, colored, :t years; Bradly McClure,
lu years: Geo. Kobersou, ool 'i years; James
'A. T. ews has Just received ftve Ihous
Biid eluars. such as the "Little Joker,"
"King Bear." "Contemplation," "La 'fur
Uv 'p"Darlina Little Bose.":" Coine In.'
Bock City Bell,"" Lost Bet," and various
other choice brands at his new confection
ery, soutb-v. est cornet bquigu. deolt-Vt.
The latg smountoi teai estat', wlikh is
situated In neatly evty civil dislriot iu this
county, which has boeu advertised ln our
coin m us for sometime past, will bo sold by
W. T. Edwards, trustee, on next iuursua.
w ill settle it. The Hoctor Is a nice man. aud
nas a iiosl 01 inenus out nere. We wisu
him success ln his business at Columbia
James Cowden is improving his beautiful
home by building a new yard leucc: and so
n.inhiu.rh mul Treinre un ber love. Tom. is . C. Taylor.
for it will be when llle's sun dies lowly j Mr. Matthews is improving, but he gaius
down time's western hills, the brightest j strength very slowly. He Is abe to.be up.
star in manhood's memory. After the cer-j Mrs. J raukey Hunt Is quite sick. She is
einouy was over the bridal jarly repaired j about seventy years old, t ut stout, and rides
T tlTur.n'd lrlium n Knlmllil I Hhnilt tlHrlV fit HrV dav. Mwilnff li. hup r.rm
to e. apt.. t . mj. ... . v . . .., .. . 1 - - -- - -
IK) wen, 01 1 ne same place, were at l.lsea last liel everv man -eieware of dogs, ami 11 noli . .: ... r.r, :. , .. .... .... ... V. . " .... 1,1 a 11,1.1 i.ei. 1 a, , rn. r .Mr 1 1.., . i.. ,
Sunday. Come oitener, young geutlemen. ' the bighwsy slay them just as if tiiedog law i "."V.T."' ' J 7.? Lu " ' I win .... .1.. 1,1.1 r. 1,0 n p. 1,1 ss... s. ,.,..,1-.
for you are welcomed here. hat never been repealed. The K t tci enL'hi b a t 1 1 1 is place N mov in-. " he is dead in love" wnh one of Maui v 4
'Tim beaut lid and accomplished Miss Km- Dr.. I. . Hiilnie has beeu on the sick list 01J uaiYiioniouTv niidt'r lovclm-l daughi.-t. Bui out Ineml "l.u ..a"
ma T.stes, ol Ash wood, was in this commu- at Sauta 1-e lor the last lew days, but is eou- ! . Vba.."V" . ...t :. .a. .. .,'jV. ..uednio know mm lie will remit,
nil V visiting riTativs a lew elays since.
Master Alphoiiso Derryherry, James How-
m-d, W. W. Johnson, aud ITonry I-; Iwarjs,
all nrriveil from liie ljuie Star Suite last
Friday, looking hale and hearty, but much
fatigued wit h Ihe journey. Now, youug
gentlemen, we hope you will be contoured
10 remain in Tennessee until the Ureal ,od
cal Is you home to beav en.
1 eir genial irieud, J. 1.. t athey. Is as hap
py as u big sun llower over another beaull-
v alesceut now
J was a little astonished to hear Dr. Bur
row say that the books give no account, of
such a thing as "A Mad Stone," which 1
have heard ad my lire was u sloueol magic
power, usee! to ex tract the virus from
bitten by a "uiaddog. is 11 swsib!e that 1
have been deluded all my life on lhal sub
ject? Hut sjioa king of Doctors, I otuitled lo
say In the projier jiluce, liiat Dr. Jobu Se-
uastiau. 01 mion county, has recently been
uj in Williamson visiting id friends and
1 man and a good cilieen
! yilss P.. as (tauii Cyclops, vi ith iiuiuetoim
1 01 nets as assistants. I
In last wiK'k's Hi ijai.d Louis wtis that il
j ho Is not mistaken Mr, 1 . got lelt, and ml-
i vi-e'S him lo bed'ineand make off. Wo do !
nol pttinose todefetitl Mr. C.hut if rumor. I
Texas, bullioni uiu
Sinn 1 Soli n.
Meeii.iKOl I lie llnr.
! cnToborales.l by his il.oui.si own statemtMit
MSiSiS., ciist'inttnlr To
through the columns of the Herald? I wai ifi k rV- 1 kfistl.fetl ,!
standing iu the Publishing House In tue , m .,1110 .i n" ?r'
Dr. .M. Kluuanl, 01 Llviugstou, Alabama, I relations. JTo reports great ucces in his
was in Ihe corumuuity a few dav s since, ou I new locality. But I close wilh tho slatei
a visit to Ids mother. He Is a very success-! meukThat goes up from tiiis country almost
1111 iiiiwi 01 riiuiLuuiun, auu purcuaseil a n iuq wain 111 u'o untui in iiino
some riiieoiie irom -vir. 1 ampneil lirow n,
of F, well's station. Our young frioud, Joe
Dixon, went home with the Doctor.
Elder D. K. Soweli will delivei a lecture at
Lasea C hrislnias day. oil ine use of tobacco
aud strong driuk. We hope ail will attend,
aud heeel the wholesouio counsel that he
will givo. A lecture on the evil of dancing
would he iu order just now.
The laivjers of Ihe Colutii'.,ia bur met
Wednesday ol I;st wes.k, 11 tie, 1 hitli-'erv
be true, w e Ihll.K thai Louis was ,-,, , , 1 "in i-room. ior 1110 pin ,,i,., ,,i Mi,ipin.:
bust Saturday tiigbt, t'ir we understand tlml ! uniform rates ot lies. 'p,,. t)u,.
W. F. "moved the eolmiin on him." We ' called lo older by ..i ) :. c. Mi l iiiwi il, ami
are also iulormeel that lie h it diseonsolat a j '. "I'llif-tl was I, ,'ted Chairman,
andnuugiy. However, we would advise
him to be ol good cheer, tor Miss J'olly may
et have the amount of sympathy for him
city of Nashville, Tuesday, before Confer-! '",Vi ,
ence opened ai e,aiiatin, iu octolier, 1S7I. Ho ! "i ,
repast had been prepared, supenuienueu
by fie excellent wife of the Hon. K. -V.
ilenn, aud the amiable young wile of Pro!.
K li. Warren. Mrs. Glenn has a well earn
ed aud uurlvaled reputation for presiding
over su;.b atfa;rs. They have to le seen and
tried before t hey oan be appreciated; we have
not Mt. Pleasaut heft enough to bo compe
tent to describe the rustle of silk aud ihe
Imnntv of the young laaies. mere were
axut nearly ev ery day, seeing to her farm
1 ue uoiguuoriioou 01 oiooresvuie is con
siderably excited over a caso of a man Irv
ing to violate the person of a young lady.
It appears that lie w as going irom this place
to Mooresville, aud met tue young lady on
the road, and made her dismount; aud
while she was making every effort to get
away from him two voum? men rmieun
and he mounted his horse aud escaped. She
got out a waiiaut lor him. but it is said be
The vety b,
by c iniiols-scurs
e .. .list. Itieu klast Ten:
. ...,.. - - ... ... ,. 1,
10 00 very uue,
. . . . ,s ,, 1. , . rt ... . . . . 1 .....lu . 1 1 , nil 1 . ... ....... I . . i . . ... I lull llle i ill 1, t rr Khi, la , . .. .1. ...
. I ,,,,,,, ,,.,i, , , , , . i, 1 itfiriuuDi utu, oi miav-o hum ' i prese u i so i io , ij mx., ..-.,,,.. ........ ......... : . . . . . ..... ... yji
I Monday, and went out lo hu. o' l liomu on beautilnl blonde, M iss Mollie Hurt, Mis- a widow lady. 11 ihe fuel in the case arenas
said i Hear Creek. P'Hs Is verv popular iu ai.u- , 'j.Voss wishes lo know if tho lady v ,4 au,i Fannie Beynolds, two opening J we havo heard them, welhink he should
i niii.-ei-t lirands of I'ikln Tea, a Gun
lowd-r and '.iloug Tea nt T. B- Kains , ,
agent foi Ihe .clehtausl ihamouil Oil. n'.i. I
T. IV Krfins h:s i iu,ii tl lo Iho New Store, I
corner ol vv csl .-eveulU ttli-cet aim i m ue
I ., AlltllV 11 I 1. I
dwciui.- linns,-. -
ou South -Main Street.
, me mile lioni tow n, on
I i.usiaul Alluding eloiic.
Com and wheal
Bring 011 your corn nnrl w heat.
ti. T. t. llAt ll-S!.
T vi o tin,
nov 1 i-l I.
J .icks lot stile.
B. J. H.VKI.AN.
Niu.IIk r biindsomc assortment of Ladies'
Clonks just received Hi n.l '.Owen's. .
Four Thorough-bred shorthorn Bulls lor
sale. nov-'.-tL B. J. H aulas.
l aiiiks' i'Niu:i;vi:.i:.
F'WaUing al EinbiyA Frleison's you can
i ., ii an elegant liticol ladies vests ut o els ,
.a els., Hiiiltl."'. -t-
.' P.liick Cashmeres a specially al l in-
i.rv a- trn-rsi.n s. i on .u uuj
) .'c!s. to -I."" p. r jard.
thalbougut v.enty-live dollars worm oi
banana, bem t.ons, ja,.i.cee, rt'iuui, m
any other assoited fancy caiidies, l"i a i
hundred dollar diamond ting wliilu iu Ins
new conleclioueiy, south-wost cotner jiub
llc soiiare. .
vir. J. tl. S.'ayeskllled fen hogs a few
days since that weighed pound. He
also killed one at t he same lur.s that weigh
ed tlvo hundred pounds net. He Is now as
good a farmer as ho was onco a hardware
Mr. ii. Ni'.holsou, ol Nashville, who
lived here Milieu vcaiu ago. wim win. J
deed 1-1' w.
. I.,,.- ii nice pair of Bed Blanket
...ii.. ..u u liiislness man anil lis it i ie,i u
MUs Wi'Jtauisoii, of Alabama, aud Misses j
K'ia Polk and Belx'cca and I u.-y Jones, ol I
Spring Hill, who ate four of the most Iteuu
titul aud lovely women ui iv; frnnd, have
hecii siiciiuing e.i..e-. uu ....
Coopci'm fgmi'y, on the Hampshire pike.
Prof T. J. V'. , of 1 yiniville, T-nu., was in
town Mombiv on bcsin. ss. llelstmeol the
subslaiithd men ol old nutv, ami v as elii-c-itej
by thai gool and greai n: ii.. Lev. W,
si.Mhlei t . He is a Iso ouc ol the wealthy men
in mat county.
Shy Higins ha returned to r.'iuklln,
a her an abs,-;;,'e of years. lie. lues been
traveling In T. vas w;t!i N. B, Shepurd. He
ind Shep will meet iu i ,i,wi;:liia slortly,
ny has a handsome Houde sweetheart
'"mj", J. W. Vlllicispoon anil lampy will
leave next MomtHy '.;' Texas. IJe U a good
ntl7.cn and we hale lo l-j him up. but
hope our loss i Ids s-alu. Jle sui.scri.bed tor
t wo copies ol the lit u.l ri 's-Iore leaviug,
which everybody should tlo w".?"'1 tu'
Mr. Waller 1'. Woblridge will leave the
rltstol urvl week for Uuii.vl!le and Cin
cinnati to inly the stock oi ditigs for Wol
.Irltige A Pillow. This rl t in wiii open lu the
house loriuerly ticcuiut d by Hr. T. B. Kains.
alsiiil January 11. They are bit Ii very
Mipulariinil compcleht lucii, and w ill share
a libera: part id patronage.
Mr. Jack Thoiua, ol tu:irbs A Thoma,
NssbvHIe. Tetili., uud who is one ol the
ablest young law cis ol the state, was in
tow n isst Monday on professional business
Capt. Tt'-oniivs Ik .llord, ol the lirm tl
Porter, Bryan V Ailoid, Nashville, Tenn.,
came out TTmsda.v and sold our merchants
soine'ol their line tohacco slid cigars.
W. B. C. MhcI. relurnoil from his visit to
Maury, his old home, and v ; role a stinging I
" ,K!.." .. T, i: . ; .fs ...T:.. : V.' in" U.esuiu.-,aud the other the
to iesl hills and dH-p vtillies. and ts) sair to
si.roul tie'iis. We were ill loss to understand
iiiiiv .s nail - uu uioreti ami uis-
l rose-hllus aeeiineo. eo -r, hi- iw-j uu,,n
'name for beauty; Misses Alice aud Auu
! Tuei er, tv.'o hpndsome lailies Irom Berlin,
i and "their two no loss handsome cousins
Misses Sal' le-ana tora warreu; mi amia
ble and loveable Miss sue Warr, aud the
brightand sparklin t little brunette-. Miss
Eva Morton, of Lhapel Hill, were tneseut;
also Mrs. Mattie Gleun, the married belle- ol
Maisihal county has, lnciud lug the IIou.
I T. 'rr, i line a crod ol patriots, seeking
lu your town
at Luibi v A; i ricrsou
iidrcws, who was then iu Hl3 tin-ware (the crown of martyrdom by sacrificing
.lliun - .. , ... v. .....i, , ., rt thu r eniinfrv anil ,i. n,i to
business, is now worKiug mi jun pi o.-.-. (.n.
He lsa hard-wtirkiug mau, and deserves the
patronage of his friends.
The Oltices w hteh Mrs. Branch is having
built on the ect side of the M. E. -Church,
will bo occupied. w.cn eonitdeted, bv
MrtHsrs. Barnett Hughes. TheOmca v. h;c'i
thev now occupy will be torn doWru, aud Dr.
Joe P. IJerndon will huill iiim a Uko oiucc
and ifcsnb--ti.:e Ut It Sl:i.
Urge viehYallou 1.5ft U;0 dentit in this
,.,'., M"oi;;,'iV aidl Ping fot T oxa. There
we e aUeait twenty iu US CrowU. We uev
ei siTw auv I hing 11 ko the Texas lever in this
county. "A largo number of families have
left, and others w ill go before Jauuary.
- The railroad oftieia's moved Into their
new di'isil Ibis week. It is eoii;plelt,d, and
Is au elegant and convenient house just
such a one as tkilumbia deserved. The ex
PtesMoilice is eiiiially as neat, and just the
house for Capt. It. W. Fuiwiler, the uei-oiu-ni'xlgilug
ageut at this plao. Ihe depol,
wltlitlie largo shlpmenls that arc male
from Ibis place, and Ihe numerous goesls re
presents a U1HU1I!III,1I1"
themselves lor their country and going to
the Legislature in pia.ee. oft ovvden resigned.
Mr. t hailev Jiiiibridge, a handsome and
most thorhugh-golng traveling salesmau
lor the popular wholesale house of Buckner
AOo.. Nasnv llle, recently spent a day or so
li? the neigh borhood. He was sullering
w'ilii a Uoiik.vii'li!:,JJ wus net in order wilh
LMr.'S( Miller, of Marshall, a f-aavUvU'
Attorney - ieneral, was recently ou the
Creek ou legal business. He must havo sat
close lo some of the boys, for they say they
are willing to swallow him lor Altoruey
General. brogansaud breeche-s.
Mr. William ogllvie, ol Cauoy Springs,
one of Marshall's best citleus, recently res
turned thtxtnsh the nelghbothooti. from a
visit to i ranklin, where he has two hand
some uaughtersa' tending school.
The editorial ohlei ol the lltUAi.n VNlt
M Mi. passed through Kaiiy Hill last Sun
day evening, accompanied by his irieud.
Mr. Billi-y Whltthoru-.oueof the surviving
blub privates eif the late war. He ought
yet to le breveUxl Major, for candor audi
modesty. Awnuaiapmni; e .come won ii
ii tuey couui-have
'T, uli.veU- i.icttire -both were beauti
ful blindes one a Presbyterian , the ot her I have ln"en giv en them,
o M..ino.llsl one Is em iinesi e'loe-uiiouisi i , nrried.
iUd lUo Oiuer euc meisL jieipu- I I'rot. 1. Jl. mills w til nnve uu e'uiui,loU
lar woman. 1 ney sle)pei ou tue comer t Ul the close- ot ins scuotu ai out l jessca
ol the, Hoi aid t.tiico. aud wc in v itetl them to cliurcb, on Friday night, the 1 Ithof D.jcem-
At I uibry A I
uccll-.w. I itirted rei'oit. until, after tl 1 1 go lit enoulrv
u. louttil Lhat llieoulv ln-ighlHirhiMHl be re-
iei'soti s you cau puj a i Kiul v hi .e h- w n- in Maury w as the M-
Cove r, large si.e, lor
1 1 von wsiil a goo l pair of White Blank
ets, you i- tn liud them hy calling at Linhry
A r ricrsou s.
ellllti of lilt- - i- II- . .
j Mr. W.) . llostick a, id his I, -a-.iti ful young
w lie, 'M iss ijet I it. u-hnisi ui. and twins,
Marvin and Nol a, let Monday lor Kock in g
i hiiui. N. C., Mr. bostn-k s maU'tnul home.
Mr. B. and M iss N . w enl to s,.,H) at CulUo
, k, aid there fell iu lov : w.th each oln-r
It se-ms that they Imve naim-d their boy
j lor the lamented Bishop .Ihi.Iii. They
' havo Hie best w isliesoi many friends.
M r. J. Monro. I avlor, of Buck Hpring, and
fAtoliy. passud tt'ro;;i;;i here a day or two
i ago.on t'loir way to -. an y, Ark. Mr, Tay
lor soIJ oui Mr. Dvcr. .Monro.! tn. a
i tiosl of trli u Js hero vviio r-gr t to slvc htm
I ,i r,,r h" is u xo'-Mciit man, a geiiUoiiisD
. ... , , !ka all l.H ins'liiots-gouial. w holesoulcd,
Salooa, Tre Ilitcn & Wajon Yard, cievcr, muus ii u . ut rgenc jus going
UlflT 1 1. sill-.-.. ,'. ... . r. ,.i. nu
To the Pullic.
I r.ava a IHW vt-ry mc hco-stones which
I will sell very low, und stisi.te-t!on given
or uu sue. rtl'ply t h- uudeislsned la Co
lumbia, idecll ll.i E. C. Kicnv.
come lulo our shuciuiu, uue ioe-j -vnu
"mot her says J musu't. '
--Mr. 1 -tylor ts. who purchased the
lohu Hunter stock of cenIecliouerh-s freito
Messi-s. It. M. McKay and A. W. Slockell,
haslssi-nto N:u-hviile, aud purebastl uu
additional large stock ol'getods, and he is
now prcptrod to suit Ins Irieud' in t he same
house', and nccupled by said Huuter. t all
and see-'Taylor, aud he-will sell you goeais
"'ill Ihe citims will report to Hie police
nieuort Ity Marshal, all tram ts seen in the
citv thev will boarresUtl ni iiuOn, pliusjd in
th l''Vk-"np, and dealt wilh, the law re
aulre. There is a determlnatlou to stop all
su-n around this citv ,
Mr. W. 15. Glenn recently rcturinsl fremi
Mississippi aud West Tennessee-, w here he
had been ou business.
be treated as the villain was
Madame Rumor says, ane! you know who
is reliable, t bat a youug lady of our town,
and a young ger.tleman of the Campbell
Station neighborhood, will join In the holy
ties of matrimony this week. Obituary
uet week; iookout jaille, we will see
Mr. John G. I raley w ent up to Nashville
last Mondav to lav in his confectioneries
and toy ior tho Ciirk-tnUs hoddr.vM. He
nas ev ery tiling in lus mm, und will sell
very chonp. He is a nice and accommoda
Mrs. t . s. W iillamsou is on a visit to her
sister, Mrs. uuck Peebles, of Edgelleld, and
will return home this week. They are the
da tub ters of Kev. W. 11. Wilkes.
Messrs. Stevens .t Morris had their cash
draw relieved of lls contents Tiiesdy
Pist. by some light-Cuiered person. It was
done ln davngnu ana l-otn of Uit uta in
Iho 1,101c 'liu oue that did Iho stealing
must have resciiea fUT. iQv WinU-r and
pii.. .., ;aiiu ..e ieiuuu,y u,u
It ln great baste, as be dropped one t wenty
tive cent liill and a piece of a ouo dollar bill
on the counter. They have no clew to any
tine. They elon'l kuowNvhom to susecl. The
genllemeuvvillbeapttowatchclo.se lor a
while. We hojie tho thief will bo caught
Mr. Tom M. Ste vens lues just fiulshed a
liuowell aud sisteru. bolh within a lew
slips of his splendid residence.
Miss Clay Jones, Ihe spichdid teat.-hcr of
the female .scbtKil at this plce, exje"ts to
unit t-oaehmg afu r this session. She isv ery
.oputar as a toucucr, and a in r us w e cau
earn has given entire satisfaction to ail of
her pairous. We lsni there aro other ap
plicants, who. we hope will take ibis sclies.)
aud couduct it w ltii us much credit to thtai
elves as M iss i lay has.
We haven't seen Brother Sowell on Hi.
streets but once since T hauksgiyiiig day
lb- uh-Jtoo much iu.koy we fear.
A ludy irieud of ours was silting in her
room a fe'W days ugo, nursiug her faToritc
est, when all if a sudden uoout two yard
! srjuare o plastenug lell from over her head.
scaring her pretty badiy, also the cat, as it
. has nol b--eu he-ard Irom in these part,
since, it vou soe tliat. cat please let ber
1 know through your columns. Sipxkv
II ere and XUere.
Our "pet buzzard" at Santa Fe appears to
he somewhat irate. A nice person he is to
accuse us of usinp billingsgate slang."
What, does he kuow of auylhiug else? He
refers us to Proverbs xxv l. We aro admon
ished therein to "auswer a fool according to
his folly." We acknowledge that we have
learsolour inability to do so lu this iu
stanoo. "Buzzard" shows symptoms of
withdrawing irom tho contest. Well, we'll
not regret his departure if he will take his
lolly aud his "biilingsgato slang" with him.
Our remarks in regard to the articles of
"Mocking Jiird" aud "Eupatoriuin" were
not Intended to give the least offence. They
were not written for 'Xy lauder," surnamed
"Buzzard." Ho came out as a substitute.
Perhaps he thought his mind's ev e saw a
line do t! lor making a display ol his gram
matical Huu rniTfific ignorance. Jiut ills
niiad's eye proved to be a blind one. This
substitute makes assertions which he is uu
able to substantiate. Ho is a success. Yes,
as a ituiucu tie is a grauu Mucinosa, ine only
sensible sentences in his silly, senseless ar
ticles aro his quotations from the Bible, and
niese are usually misapplied. Santa r e s
substitute makes mistakes, but thinks he
sees a way to shift the responsibility. He
says: "Jt the type-setters make us say," etc.
es, "if." Wondor why he did not empha
size that "if," as ho did the "wbich" in the
verse, "Ye blind guides, uliirk strain at a
gnat and swallow a camel." Our mental
picture of tho pet NUbstiluto of Santa i o
represents linn wilh a nose so long that ho
can poke It lulo other people's business,
aud with ears projecting so tar abov Uia
neau mat 11 a passing missile shguid A.rrv
aw ay the lips ol them the pal" Wllni,i
ream his little brain before next Saturday
night. But he tolls us ho i? done-; his loof
Ishness Is over. We are glad of li His ut.
tlo game didn t w in, nnd he w 111 try soiue
thing else. Well, far-well friend "Buzzard."
Oo-sJ-bye, old Substitute. Go and jtdu ln
the puerue spotts of your comrades, the
little negroes, on the streets of your oulet
aud cxn burg. Call tbem all "Tom" if you
wish, but tlon t s:iy lhat the tyj-e-set ters did
it. And should accidents befall your play
males, probably your Esrulaplau proclivl
UeswiU enable you to administer to their
rebel. Before you attempt to eeroio your
rli, im;- jiowep. again, get some irieud to
take- you aud train you. "And hew the
block oil, and get out the man." And now.
"Xylaudor" a long adieu. aa.
Charles GillUm and wife, of Whitecounty,
Ail;., has been visiting relatives iu this
neigh borhood. Mr. Gilliam left this county
about seventeen years ago, and wept to Ar
kansas, and remained there until Ihe war,
when he volunteered 1.111I went to the rebel
nrir.y aud went through the war. He re
turueil home aimost ieniiyle.ss, but by econ
omy and hidAlMry, n!W purchased a larm
" !iuudrol and seventy acres. He made
all the money by haril work. He talked of
buying a tarm in 0111 .iaury. lie says ne
bud rather live in Maury man arywiiere ln
the vvorid, but his wife pictors Aikausas to
Hog Killing is ine order 01 me gay.ytost 01
the iwrk hogs lu this community have been
slaughtered, our esteemed Joung friend.
N. A. N c loisou, miieu me nuest lot 01 parK
we have beard of. l'e killed twelve nogs
lhal weighed L'Mi pouud each, net. Nat Is
not only a good bog raiser, bu! he Is one of
the lies! gluucrs lu the State. He Is just as
well cuiilculcd iu a gin-house as w hen he is
by the side ol his w et-lbearb I guess be in
loyed hlmseli belter last Sunday than he
would have done If he bud beeu gluulng
coltoii, that siTght, N'al. Move Ihe ool-ufn"-
T here have licen sevi r.u omer nuc 101s 01
iiork killed ln this neighborhood
whs seauuiug utsu, unit Hearing my name
culled, said ho wanted to makemy acquain
tance. He taikeil to me like he had known
me all his life. The uext morning, iu open
ing Conference, his prayer was ao lull of re
ligion, so Christ-likst lu lls tone and spirit,
at its close J said to the. now sainted Austin
W. Smith, by whom I had kneeled during
.-. .. r " I', .kill. I. UuFirin . ... ..... I . . . .. . . . .
where." During that. Conference I thnik 1 hol,tJ uo mtty SCKJU reov
ue treated not oniy myself, but all others,
with as much courtesy as if w e had been
Doctors of Divinity. During Ihe time he
was singing on Saturday of the Conference,
on the occasion of tho memorial sevioes of
Drs. Greou, Pitts aud Maddiu, no one can
ever forget how ail hearts were moved and
melted aud thrilled within us. I have heard
thousands slug the Iiord tu J ten, ah slui-e
then, but noue like .Marvin. His set mon
on Sunday of the Conference wascbarmiug.
How noble he looked w hen he said, "Breth
ren, 1 uave uusueaiuou my sword
tnrown away my rusty old sea
auu iiaiuiu l 1 imier.-, So'ii'Im v. Thecniill'
uppoiutco Cjf t. Meli-cll. Nn I I:.
Wilkes, 0. . , ricrsou, MaJ. J. I'. W illiam
thai he so much desires. I son ami lk. 11. McKay, i omnii'ice i,, ,iai.
The la! enb-rtaiument given by the ' Hu'' pits.-ut a sclicu'c 01 iiii,s,,. t,-r". I ' pou
Kl tcbe-n Club w as all that heart coidd tic. , m ol nm 1 ne li.n 1 in 111 v as also ad' led P. thi
Tiu retresuments weredcUtio'-i, and comniiin-e. Ine 10mm nice made 1 lieir re
poll v 111. 11 I -lu. .-,1 1 1 1 ('.- , iu si vi:i;n eay.i
J lie rate ol Ices ha ve Im-cii st rlie, I by a I ! tho
law ye-i , evi-epi on. tu I ivo. Tho U-l meet
ing of mi Kind, was held bv Ihe bar. u -glial
Is. .. aud out 01 t Im sivtoen inmbcis of
1 110 bar, w ho .si,;mit it then, only four are at
Hie bar here uou. Jt w ill Is l-eit-r lor liti
gants, lhal the law yets liav c auolhcr uui
POSSHm Pie. lllai.iuiiiti iw.ii,
mlns sauce, sianiacks. rix.ailnd.
pledge you my honor aud all that
ana sacred, 1 win never quit the held till
ckxi my manor mus ne- coine up higher"
When I saw an accouutof his death I sat
down and wept like a child, aud I have 110
doubt, sir, tears of thousands will w eep wit h
bis kind family in this, their day of doejt
gloom. Bishop Marvin was one God s
true noblemen. y. D. C .
uesi, r riuHj 1 . i. Andrew received n
paiuful wound by the accidental discharge
ol a pistol ln his own bauds, the bill pene
trating the 1 .mm ol bis loll hand, and lodg
ing iu the wrist Just under the inlegiuueul.
Drs. Long and Sharber extracted Ihe ball
Saturday morning, and lie issutlerlng some
I wltti pain, but otherwise doing well. We
It Is said that "death loves n shining
mark." Jl that is true ho was not mistaken
when lie called Lit. nr., daughter ot .Mrs
Sarah MarUu. She was appropriately
named "I.ittu," for, like tho illy, she was
beautiful anil frail. She was attacked wilh
consumption, and despite medical skill, and
Hie teuderest sympathies of a devoted
mother, aud weefdug slstors, the reioutless
ui-elier Me.il his en e-eti.iriiu.! ui....... ...
m0?! 1 UH.V? ! heart, and too surely did his work. J ., ,.L1 K
Y . ,' ana 1 was a fair, sweet and beautiful dauirhic-r
hat is dear ism,. was me (i0l of her 1....1 i.e-5
She was the idol or lier 1,101 n.-r .....1
sifter. She was bcautifui, frail cphemerul
Like. the biy, was U,o sulijeel u the blighting
irosls or V .ulcr, she has Iteeu "hlpiuxl by
Iho winds untimely .blast.' While the
j The railroad tt-v er still orcv ails amongst
! the oople. The tempory drawba'k caused
. b ther tardiness 0 -it- t.ou xipia .-springs ;
i l o., ba beeu removed by the more lhau ! Harry Hiihmwin' niiirt-N.
I ...iti,M.,u..iriliu llielcsjui S.Olliin 11.111.. ....
, .i..v...v "t--s. This troupe I the oeKt oue that has ever
i. . . r vlsitedi oluinnia, and Is always treeled by a
;T. oi Vfo t o on v a fTuiuuwnd dtJ iii " ' Mr" "1'"U "" driven his
:ft imte1 it Centre'vme" -nd I bast to aecp nc.ve.ims befo.a th pabllc,
and wo kuow th ' ,! '"r,.,..i f .tartinsr from Uou Ami Station. - toewtng that me American jK-opic tire tuu-
"-" " .. . , ,- ....t t v,., . . , 1 lovlnz aud UKO varietv.
Cd'zcos win Ka""l",k"'r- - - . m nr-i wnii'iiiiii.-ii- , .no ii nn iiiui : ,v.nninv conslsia of eight rnmiHllunt
.....iii1 . , at in, uo-i Htat on. the distance to 1 HI1 company consism o. cmiii co-neuians.
"...,!inll!, lrir in inlu.l that V..A - alwvnt two mll.K f.trt her ' hve clog dancers, Lxmuon c, 111 teiic, six rn,l-
......... r.t r,f fsves lor 1 1. . Is now ln order.: ti.. u.irimnniiii tho county h-Td--
L.i tt,v have only from uofft'U January . . w., .. K (0riy w nj, and if the t-il-
W111 nav i" i-, i.,,s .111. .,i- loroflne lieraid ana i:i hmuu hi., oimt
To 'A tidier ufihe UrraMlaifl .lnt.
As It has Isten somotime since you ncoJ"
ed anything Irom this port ion ol ' ,
land, I jirojMjso in brief to givr - - '"y
theiuotdeuWoIUio'"'Vi.r 1 s"",e
la8l l" -ighoothotxl since my
,r" Ai m. Gilmer mot with a great mi, tor.
.un-jin tho accidental burning ol hi dwell
ing with all lis eouteuL, including his
wheat, wbich was stored up-tairs. .Mr. Otl
mer was the only sou of Mr. Mary eulnier,
a lady generally beloved tor her many no.
ble Virtues during tno late war. Sue spent
much of her time lu attending to tho sick
and wounded Confederate soldier, sino wies
also a lady of lioe accomplishments, only
a tew mouths oack she departed this lile id
Mare-el I a Tails, leaving to her son, amongst
other nemesis, a very tine portrait painting
of herseil. This painting was lost iu tic
general rulu, antt adds much to tho loss oi
Mr. Gilmer. Jle has the symi.atuies of bis
neighbors, who were on hand prompt ly 1 he
next morning to the number of about fifty,
w ith tools, and ad went to work to leini r
the loss as far as possible; besides, many
gave money to help supply w bat couid no"t
be supplied by money.
Many of our farmers aro not done sowing
wheat. onsiderable corn in tho Holds.
Pork mostall killed. reckon there never
were as many squirrels in this n. ighbor
bexxi liefure at oiio limo. If they stay until
next roasting ear lime, they w'l.'I consume
and destroy a large- amouut of coi n.
T he Kev. K, W. Seay preaches regularly
at Hensle-y's Cbajtel the second Sunday iu
ach month . W.1I.
Ho II ol Honor.
JColl of Honor. oli.nibrt J I lid, Httj-.-t I InC
the 111011I h e lining Nov., -1, l'-i I .
Advanced! lass. - f or Mt ho.ai sii i. - !,,.:,
Surv n; W . ts. Fleming; : . I . n. W ulket .
For Dcpol lim nl. una 1- lluic pelh. , C.
15. W inker; . W.J. Hemiiey; 1, . N. isarven;
W. T T.viei; 0, W. S. Fleming; V, F. W .
Ji.termeilla'.o Clan.. 1 ot Seholii'-h!p
1, J. J. W llsou; s, JL F. Wilson. J or Jc
porl niciil I , .I.J. Wiison; ', B. 1'. Wilson;
J, J.M. William-., Jr.; '1 J. F. Logic; o, Web
itel Hal 11s.
J'reparKlorv Bias.-I or s -.loNrdilp 1,
Eslelni Leouuat.l. For 1'. jioiTiiieii t -, Coi a.
jiitoid; A EsletJ.t l.eonbiuii; j, ChailesGols
dou; 4, William Gordon.
'1 Iio Hop.
A hop wa gl en by tl''; Oi o rm-.l ;f Hill
oliv, last Jhio-ii.iy t;,t:iil .1,1 ine si-imiu
Il'iusa, t' Ml . t i'.l . ill 1 1 im- i.i hu-s Hint
I, is lov ely bud.;- 'The alia ir w as pid.i .J n
i,, iisiuit one. Dim.-im; eommi-Li'cd at all
early hour uud com inued nut 1 1 a very lato
hour next morning. T he ; tiling ladles weru
all as beaulil'! a piclur. s." and liielreM
ctirt wi'ie 11s ui'.ndsoni' and wiilanl us diinc-lng-inasiis.
.o invllrttions w f o given
out, hut On- vouug nu n siml I' ct'-d tip-lr
limy liii nil. A more iie..siuit Imp 1 111-4
110; l,oei givi ti loru lon tune, and t he .at r
... ... . I., ..I. b,.,.l....llll
througu your tears to that " ' J , V tJ.,,f. .hT inti.d-
Nomc " hushaml was d-ngutd. HiatlhoHn
with wlmiu no onco associated still H'.T't
lived through her seventeen Summer-
i..........l .. ill, 1 i....,, . . w nit
vu ... ,..., ' . . . . . ... I J, II 1, 1 J .lil ,.1. rosv
cheeks were soon ti be- clwXW'n t'l lu-hi
hue of deal U. What ca w o say to t h. ii
-woep uoiY" I w-.i n&tiZK ft ji?.vi.f
wheu his '"OP AiK,solomdie.!,"woiii.I to t,.,.l
i ntiddi- ior tb- e, o Absolom, my son, my
Ti. lits.k at the ynljlalTll.lng, tender
hearted Jesus ul the gruve of bis iricDd
iiazarus whore "Jesus wept," Wocp lo
cause that beautiful llower has beeu re
moved from Iho lamily group. lUit wTiilu
you weep iook mrouga
Tund wlu-ro Ihe raialtow never fades. K-
inember thai. 1 ,1 1.1.1 1 Is trunsplan tcl in that
sweet land of Eden where no rough winds
can blow, where death is unknown, aud
where iriends aro never separated. She
cannot return to you, but you can go to lier,
Yv'bcrc Hovers are bllghtod by the frost.
V hen health Is gone or ileal u lu view;
When earthly ftasurers ul! are lost,
1 ir vahu d friends should provo null ae;
O, then 'tis sweet to look above,
W hero brighter How ers In liun bloom
Where friend unite ln deathless love,
Aud change uud sorrrow never come.
Mat He whoso waysaro past Hurling out
hut says Hint "all thiugs shall work together
lor;good to them that love God," sactlt.v this
sad dispensui lou tu ihe good ol the lamily
to tho good 01 all.
As our IIkkai n jieucH has Im-cu id!e for
Bomelime, we again take il up to give you a '
few ltoi.is. We have 110 Items of any great I
iutoiest to ptosent to you, "but such as we '
have give we thee." J
We aro having some very Hue. weather at I
That goo;', end luan, J'c-v. A. 'J'eiupleloii,
praohed oue OT his iutcrosUng sei 111011s last
The Intelligent President of the C. l
bel(er, ,.vir. Ivl Niiely,; was ut Eiiiiw-iNd
last suntlav evening, we know not lor what
he come, but u;posod he camo to gel some
The handsome Mr. M. II., was seen escort -imtouool
1-JmwtSMl'h Ih'.IIi-. 'Mts VI. VI .,
I to Tiurch, lat Hunday.
I Mr. James Haley, H Wednday. .for one
, of the foreign countries, Arkansas, tdi it
Mr. Ad- 1 lsad to realize that thei U'.e goue, and per-
kissoli bits not killo.1 Ins Ing hog. We un- hap-, m-vcr to re, urn. ll;e vacant s;al al
dt rsti.ud it I- improving mure rajddly than Lint v, oo-!, vi HI ho sadly looked upon m the
il has done al mi) lime lie-fore. Jr. S. D. j lulur'; but we hope some others w ill e-ome
Hughes shipped a car i'.ad 01 line bogs to ! and lilt up the v scant suts.
A G-ly liciter from HlckuiaM.
I our farmers aro very busy gathering their
1 cntps, hauling oil peanuts, killing j-ork
j hogs, et-. T he young I idles are no loss busy
; making their gearing for tho approaching
holidays. Hiiiiieof fhetii ate already out
I side lined like un mf.ru calf learning to
I pace, waiting with imtuttleuce for thesoiiiid
! of I ho ilddle and tiie cuiirgo of the gullant
j beaux, who will have l be same to eni-oun ter
the English luwl al New Oi leans. Jhj jou
I smt 11 a mouse?
1 Lust winter, a young lady, fat and twenty,
ran three miies ufool through the snow up
1 to her pasture joints to a party, gave the
1 "mitten" to seven saucy young ladie. damp
ed all night, and returned In time to miiko
a hew bust le belore break last, and heat a
sermon Irom her mother on decorum,
j Some ol nut people are toady b desHnd
lolgidlin. tho railroad, yet our energetic
1 corps ol agents go teali!y 011 with iboir
I woi'l:. 'They ato no! lo Ixi tve-romo by so
I small a thing as bul, ding a railroad, 'i hey
I would ride t he ralulai to the moon lo gel
, a nickel lor I but purpiMie. Miiooes lolliem.
j T in-steam isi.tl i, expeclcd up isiek Liver,
! fizzling and blow lug like a mad goos. .
' SlLI.it". I.OO.M.U.
1 .nr, siii-I.l I. r uri.l Kis hr,v i'.fl,nnt:U ll'.llir
- ..,-.. In 1. uli', I nit tu a .. I .1 .. ..
Jmmcs Lirrit'iow r.n 'viv.uct.d a r.mt-t-Jas.
;!,' ,n j,, tun auic house nl th noi o Krtsi
si-veulii i-' icet, rt-orn'.iy wu,k,l by Wm.
,i.u, ;unil, Ul-C-Hsed. lt llHJt a'tlHf'hed
I ... fi.p IhUi'
- " . -,A mi: ii. a in i.i. , i , i,v r . .. .. . ... . r. r n . . , . . . -
i uu i s s ... - - - - - . , ... , . , i ., , , ; r rpn it ,
rti Hiiiiab.i' und ats-iir,plislitxl fumli.r vclll
I t -o premises k i.hio. j v i.u-i, i vrt-r-osod
wit it KiibstMiiiiul ifiicc-Uie miut
will bo utd lis a i'i' flitr uvl ftun
Vurrf wsgoueM Will b furulsutfi lodinn
a rooms Viacnt-d to my s-hsm.
al,i t.n much I'.li'Si. VV e hop,
Ue will get nch find r- i.irn to .mury.
I' .. i Toinnno IV) g:u sitll bo'ds tho
i rein ed Hie "O d I.cil .bie Joiuntbns," and
wlb In tho futortj ss in lhn plod rnn lroin
: th livei-v !nbl- of Black . Chnprsgll, und
tiar until Jan. 1st. radv io r.ceipi ior tax.-
of iT7. U yotir iutr"t, trlantls, to rn ' I at
ouco.aud nol put It oil' till tho lat momonk
Per ns who wlh to J'tirchnstv ohesp
Chritinfi sfv's and contilloniis should
give N". Jlolman a call. HiscwlsiiTo new
nd of the latmt vrty. pr(ial(i In
' onotbr column,
sut ln roiling Into the river, rooks Hint are
, as iHi-g.flH limbed oi a two liorw wagju.
our Siioday-scQool. nndor a corps ol etTw
i tlve tcHciier. is pronressing finely. T he
! icmperMiice movement i making head any
' ftuiougt-t the oatslders, and much good 1
i biug arcomr,iisbl araonjst th yours
Mc.Mii.stcr in liis iiaifii siusv ana uwiici-s
suit s and ' iHlyer in tlo-lr ciintcmlties
OeOig'" lio'iiiiso'n tn his woudeifnl leinale
im it-isouat ion, and many other novelties
utettainlng and arauatng. Tnis excellcn
cuiipiuy will eivo one. performance at
Hauiner Hall lo-ulht.
Take tho JlruALD. It i?
cUeapest pn.p;r in TfTmevf,
1 ouis, -ilia, ky., last suiuniiiy. lhey aver-
aged some! hing ov- r lour hundred.
J. M. T'nv lor w ill start to White couuty,
Arkansas, in a lew day. Jio owns a flue
farm near Searcy. He is going by land to I
Memphis, and lucre he w ill lake a lxt for
Scare . While we regret to glvo him ujt,
we hope il is lor tho better. 1 think a man
cau do much oeltetr there than lie oun liero.
but sti:i it Is Lard to give tiiciu op. We will
mis- or. r fair friend and cousin so much.
W e will mis', li.iu ill the Sunday-school and
In a II 1 he guy elides ol society.
Willmiu l ivis will soon nioveto th nen-
rv Johnson farm, w e wolcemo lil:u to our
Siu'i'in J'",hn"in Will :so to the Sptvr ploci,
occtinied this ywir by Vi!:Uim liavii.
1 niivcr.'i lied what jiint our esteem
ed friete.l Ileiny Johnson will go. We wish
hi in hick wheieverlie may go.
t. i:. Andre-ws, the wagon mt. ki r at thi
t.'aiv, shot hlmseli t'nrougn ids left band
Iviiile n nalr-ng a pistol. Hetrie-l to sbi.t
tue pistcil seversl times, but it wonld not
nro. and he cominonoed to work on It and It
fired, th h1 rHiOJt tbrougb Ulsliind.
Therevill Ik- prou:hing or a lecture, or at
least a conversational talk, as Dr. Towler
prelerreT It to lo be called, next Sui4a'
evening, at oVlttek.
There will "oe- a Chr '-.ii.t-t ri-e, at Elm
.Ttrod, WedneMiay night, iu tho I hristiuM-,
wee!., It li Iree to evi iy b sly. All persons
dosiflug to put presents ou the tree, will
pltutxe send or bring Ihe jireseuls on Wcd
uesdtty i-orutug. 1'tr.
I'll ft Oct-ullalioii.
I.sst Ss'nrday we were troaletl with a rur
.i,.l ifivi-li siirht- Oi-.r 1-M.iMf.il .inn
star tha'. aifitm-d ils jreKlest eastern eloL,- ! 'onrtney, Joseph
gation of 1. , ! ' on Monday, was then still;- I ' 'X'l-cr, n.
T here was a grand nmsVal enterL-'ritin iit
at the i oluml.iii I e-malo InRiftutu, ;,,st j rj.
day ui-bt. which was g.vt ju puirous
Ot thai school. T bii-l li ultended plo.
uouiice il a decldtfii si'i; Ut tin viay ot
good iiilt.it., tssajs, Ai'. Triiso eutetTaih
i.icins art uiwys tlrsi-e ss, and show cure
tui training in tlnsd. partuioul.
i.li it;n limt.
A list of le-lle-rs rctiialuiiig In lb" J-itsi
O.llce, al Columbia. I eiin for the week end
lug DeeciiiLierith, ls77:
And,-; son, Mr. 11. N. IvTigeiljar-h. John.
Ciimc-i, 1.. M .
t o!.-, W. J.
Sunday liooi i:ilcr tttln-nirnl.
Tin un ktv -.1 1 . iil. i:,.:i,m, nl id Iho
biiptisl t huu li. VVislm viay nigh!, w. il
delightlillul'.air. Below wo glvo Iho pro
gramme: ... i ,
Song ol Welcome: IT a ei oy Dr. Wiighf,
Ue-ilalloii "I. plnrll.i.s i.nuiii, l;ei itn
lion "The Ck" k,' bv infant cIiiks: Song -"ThereTI
h,-Joy by and hy;' l'e cib.lK.n -"T'cmpcialK
Alpluiitel;' To" llulloll ' l lltlo
reel and bands," bv Inliint class; 1 ualogiic
"Llgbloil T'a peto;' isoiig' oionsl mu "rschoot
nnd ati.iicnc. ;" 11 i llation - "Jesus, I ho
Loseof Sharon, and The l.lil v of the al
ley" Song ".-ilvn:" IU"llilloii "What
Shall be Done with Iho 1 .11 1 1 un s? Song -"Goodnight;"
ikiiicdic'.loii-Dr. 1 emi h -lou.
llaiiitiion Wright lo Mallle I . Lih.ey.
James Cunnings I o Marl hu I Tgg.
B. I .. L'tne to 11. A. I -sles.
K II. Wright l M. J. i-lcvt.ns.
G. A . Join s lo M. I . Stevens. I
J.' K. ' rr lo i. Clay Jones.
M. I.. M.-i lure Ot l. L. I nidi r.
J M. Thompson loSulliO It. PoJ c.
I . P. W hite lo B. T. t "aklev .
Milton Allen to Lugenia L. Hank-.
, lexaiuh-r A k in I" Ivisli-r WTill. e-l'.
Win. Hardisoii lo Ktise Jackson.
J Im Wallace lo .Ihiio Pulh n.
.bs IW-ash y b AniiimlH llir.iimni.
Arch Fosb-r lo LHa WIIIu.um.
Ciay Oordeii lo lelinle Hill,
In f-IHirl? Hill, D eciiilicr I
J. , r.ili .
In t h is conn! y, near In, bin Cuntj
. .M r-
' lb, Mis. vi.
llilrl 'h, Mr,
"stlny, ol con-1 1 in pt !
t i Dr. A. L. Pile,
lug in great biiillancy, and I lie moon only ! IMcWson, Mury
cliatige: ui-t not etlru its I r J " -. .
orlgnt ness, ii is neauy us i.trg n the
earth being stviccly j-J iniivs lu. in diitiue
1PI. Cainlicrlnq al tn 4'ol tinibin.
fVd. John W. D'jnnlngton U tue sulo
agent for Cumoe-rlHnd ejul at Columbia,
ami has beeu the only neii for th past
! t.'i.rnu, 1 .
suai ne-r, Mr rah
Srnot hcrrleld, Jm-oi,
W hi.e, Ari-hl.
W. It4-r. Alex
vv f-nnam, si.
Person calling for the auuva JetbT; will
pittas hjv advi-rtlsvd.
W. N. JIUGIIirs, P. M.
Oallow ay. M.
(irct.u M. II.
Iii iviiiIh r , lb.
I u I his coii n I i '-i
Sim H- liry Aru:to
i in Knob I ic'-k, t
In this ,li'.'' V. e li.
Jllllll-- I . I'.lloU
' aged alsiiit ' I.
I ii i Im k-.v in,-. N Cim .-.day 1 H-cem lt r 1.',
' 1 77, Mish I .uey i uiti les, d.iu.-hlj- ot Gen.
i W. A. '.'iiarles. TTu n in iiii- ivij bo inn i -I
ritt al Lose Hill I . imt r , i'i I teiS place, lo.
. day u! ochsd.. Siivlcs lu nl. 1'ittt'l
i . . . ..... ...
A Very Good Reform.
Tli r ison w by only ou" iMinii.lo hottlo t,T
Merrt 11 liepHtme lor Hit; l iver wnl to
sol I b Ih" sam" p.-iisici. tor tn ct !it, ,y
our lirugg'.sts, Tiicoiiib iv. Towbr, Is t.'ea-.K.
of Hie ' uotiuou exjit-iis!" of liuisirllng Ui-
i Ilcpiitlnc Into this counlry; In j tl.eio 61,
i lifiy itosi-s lu ! he l.irge sl.o ball i.-s, It st-onm
j two cent 1" l lio,. j rhoa p t '.'..ougti nflt-r nil
! for a intsllcine that cun iiv-po) sia und bv -
tr com plaint. All wi.o ivnv o uot liua o shiii
' lc bottle in eiitili.-.d to tuvj lot t .'U ct-nli ,
j ut Tltcomb iV Tow ier s Lf.ir; sttiit . Tiirc.
I dost s reliev s uy eas ol lywiH'psl, coti-
Ntlpatl'in, iudig'jstiou or liver Coiiiplaiut, ln
ihwiMii. B Rular tlio bo'..iej, City do.