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THE HERALD AND MAIL.
Friday Morning, May 10, 1878.'
tJoM was steady in Xew York, yes
terday, at 100
Tennessee licm!s were quotei! yi-s-terday,
in Xew York, at ;'. for old and
T5 for new.
The Xew York Cotton uuiikcl was
thill, Wednesday, middling upland clo
Tin war news IV. .m the Mast con
tinues nnsaiWai try and vague, lut
the lelief i-gaining that there will be
no war at pi e-en t. Kngland is bring
ing her Sejioy troo:s fio:u India to
Malta, who are said to be eager to
fight the Russian, tin conqueror of
the .Sultan. They are Mussulnun,
and it is said that England can get
one million soldiers without trouble
from among them. I'ussia is not idle,
hut is moving her troops. Austria
seems to be jilaying with both sides,
but her real ally is England. Eng
lishmen dread the (licit of bringing
Hopoys to Europe it looks like weak
ness to the SeM)ys.
The Eighth Ct neral Conference of
the M. E. Church s'outh, now in cress
Jon at Atlanta, will have several im
portant questions to solve. We think
they should not c kct more than one
new Bishop. If necessary, let the
Bishops curtail their work by leaving
District Conferences to the l'residing
Elders. T i.e.- Idciliouist machinery of
(to wrn m -m suits it. rogressive spirit,
bn; tn i
danger of too
o welcome of
: C'v.orgia Hu-
Mo i VL
( ;. .): ;;;
riplj of Ji.-.hop
!!. uous ex- I
(' .v. i-mr :.f
lii'ji;;.-!, and a noble
C.,!. S. A. i'.:uuei,
poinum-nt, 1 1 i -. I a
St it j i) t 1 . o!'i ill,
uecwi.i.ng to ap-.-peech
lasi Mondav, at
tho Ojj' i ll.;u-i'. lie was fclicitoi'sly
intro luct d oy Col. I. 15. Cooper. Next
week we will publish n full synopsis of
Col. Pointer s ix-maiks we are unable
to do so in this is.-;u.-. We will only
notice one or two puinis. He was op
posed to repudiation, Mill this plan of
his was to avoid the terrible pit full of
repudiation on the one hand, and the
poor-house on the oih:-r. If the State
can't pay her n'clu.--, sh-.- is bankrupt;
and if she hi luiikiii;-;, siie should
give up ail her assets. Col. Pointer
then went on to explain his platform,
which we have he: . t Core published,
and which our readers have read.
He thinks the Judicial and County
offices pay too ii.'.u-!i i-uiugh to pay
the annual intere--f n the State di'l.r,
after it is compromi :''d at "' cents on
the dollar. Col. 1'uiuu r said tlii v.a-
the second (tempi ho ever made to
speak; he speaks well his maimer is
easy and ph asing; hi-, tiU'.UT .!aiit,
)ractica!, logi'-al, tliuiiidi ingenious
Kate Southern, who fatally stabbed
Miss Cowart in a bah-ioem in Pi-i;cns
county, oi., in a lit ! jealousy-, a
year or two :'..',', has I ..in .iind ;:u:Uy
of murder, and sentence! to be lianed
on June Miss Cowart daueed with
Mrs. Southern's Im.-band, and was
killed while at his side, by his wite,
from jealousy. The trial was intense
ly cxcithi-V. Mrs. s..ii!i!'e:n had iur
baby in her anus when he was sen
tenced. Her husband's eti-e was con
tinued. A month or two ago we pulis
lished the history of this romantic and
remarkable murder. Mrs. Southern
was insane at the time of the minder
insane with jealousy. It will be a
terrible sight to . ee a manilh i ntly
beautiful woman handed, w.ih a
young baby mar by. It is tobe hoped
that the Governor of . 'corgi.', who is
: ni. ti
Ik in ' ban e l
.1 . 1 '
w t it
, .t..d ; .e i'le 'oogr.ipii and its
y i : i .lit..- A. I vbiison, wiil
pay a. careful pf ruai. '1 he ar-
. I l:i!ies' imiilii'.lltoll fuiliish-
; r i I : i : i u. i t ami presents many
ai .-tl .ivii.L; views on this sub-
Til. uon:le:s o tiw imoii igrapii are
set foithclcaiiy : nd with folco by
its author T. A. Kddison, whose in
vention certainly is on..- of groat won
der. The article by s-enator Aii.jus Cam
eron, "The Invpri ss i;.;- 'on diet yet
Undecided." is cbui aeterisiic of its iiu
thor, and of the party h' represents.
It is an attempt, and a loid
nml fierce one. to stir up strife ln
tween the sections, an I to keep alive
the passions of the war. His asser
tions are reckles.j. and in ma.iy in
Stimcesdcstituteofi veil tin-semblance
of truth. His ci.aiu.'s aooiit ibc de
sirc of the South to l..uiknit the na
tion by Southern claim- ale totally
groundless, and no one l.m
ter than Aii'-iv.s t am to;i.
voted a a unit for To ! m
,-elebraicd Idler on 'hi
i, the Sot.thci-n !..iois
hands of nu n v. ho :.r- of
,s it I .el
lie i'I the
' the s;
01. and il
iv w iih. Mr. y aiuei
frauds :;rc attcin led il i- by men o;
hi-own pait.V. lie chariics the whole
South with beilin I'.litiile-s o their pi -cuuiary
obii.uat ans. and with a desire
ti icpt'ldiate the National asweil as
State debt-, when in our State tile
wMiiiicsi. caroe i a
i o s
,f this doctrine wire
disoriraniefs Haw kin
Kl.herid; i e
and Colvar. If the H
pbould sanction and i
udorsv i he en-
tinients of such
there would be s,
fstiUcmelit of Came
but such, we are s
the case. 1 ! hoi
as tie s,'
;ith in the
l!is!:e l, w ill not hi
. s throughout tht
whole article not o'dy h.:
the Democratic Parly, b it
of Mr. Hayes. His article
gun of tho Fall campaign.
This Review is one of
hat ni I o!
i- the first
f the ab'.ist
Americ i, and in i! we
oan see Ihc d:iJcf
tions prt'scnt-. d I
it sales i an ijiies-
tlieir ablest ndvo-
c::le-. It i. often Uo nrachtiielial.it
of some mm to look at only one side
o. a :'.:e:
t.oli, a.l.l ill l'o- way im-.t
iiti i e iui.i.c'ieo iiw,
f ti:cy would look at both tides
rt:ainy inv.i s--.io:iii.-.o-3
wauli ittoine more .iL1
judgment morL comet.
a;, mi. i Uicir
1 ti .MJ.T of t'e
.i i c eoiit.iins ;
.i -i. :.': ; a-.-. ' ill
1 - - . 1 I ! : '.. !1CC, 1 iV J
i j : , e Oi A mcri -ai
,i:. - :-..e o-ii, I.. L. 1
iici'i ,oa(i'.n, by M
The water vorka of Little Rock
have been completed.
The colored eople of Georgia own
S5,tH,SH wortli of property.
(ien. Jiutler thinks that Boston will
soon have a greenback paper.
The Confederate graves will be dec
orated ut Chattanooga to-day.
The Itotbsthilds have taken $10,-
non,Ho worth ot our 4 V lionus.
Aerolites have been dropping in the
neighborhood of Jackson, Tenn.
I'atti and Xicoliui have left Italy
for a brief sojourn in Switzerland.
There are $"" 37 in the treasury of
the South Carolina Press Association.
(Jov. Hampton is a delegate to the
South Carolina Episcopal Convention.
Tennessee exchanges rejHirt the
wheat fiUlleriug from rust all over the
A number of Charleston lady friends
of Gov. Hampton have presented him
a line desk.
The Cincinnati Chamler of Com
merce to the Southern .Kailroad Trus
Morristown (Ja:cttc: "Farmers are
complaining considerably of rust in
Jackson, Tenn., is glad because of
the establishment of a cotton-seed oil
mill within her gates.
The Knox county Democrat ap
pointed their delegates to the State
Judicial Convention, Monday.
Maj. W. H. Hayes, late of Mem
phis, lias been acquitted of the charge
of murder at Mariauna, Ark.
A Texan drawing an 5-S pension as
a soldier of 1 SI 2 is 114 years old. lie
lives with his grandchild, a woman
The San Antonio Express thiuksthe
Murphy ordnance had no more ettl-ot
upon North Texana than shot from a
swivel upon a sand-bag fort.
Alfred I. Thorn, who shot and
killed Mr. Sidney 1'itts at Kastville,
Ya , a few weeks ago, has lieen ac
quitted on the ground of justifiable
Frii'fvR. Martin, a colored member
of the Legislature from Fairfield coun-
li t r. v as cou vicieu m mo vi'iivr
at Se.ss.ons in Columtna last week ot
the charge ot "obtaining goods with a
fraudulent intent to cheat.''
Cleveland Leader: If the MeCoskry
case turns out as clear and clean as
it now appears, it will be interesting
to know iiow and whv it was mo
mentarily so lclievcd in Detroit
among people who could have easily
ami promptly ascertained tue truth.
Kuoxville Tribune: "By letters re
ceived from Mrs. Patterson and Mr,
Maloney, we are advised that the
time for the unveiling of the Johnson
monument at Greenevtlle has been
ehanyed from theiyth of May, as pre
viously announced, to Y etmesuay,
theoth of June."
Kuoxville Chronicle: There has
never bet n a better prospect for an
abtindat t fruit crop in Eastern Ten
ncssee than at present. Strawberries
and cherries are ripening and soon w
will have blackberries, raspberries, ap
ples and peaches in great abundance.
Peach trees everywhere are loaded
Col. J. X. Smithee, editor of the
Little Hock Eveiiintr 1) nrx-rat. and
Major John I). Adams, editor of the
Little Pock Unfile, had a. street light
with pistols last week, resulting in
Sudihee's being painfully wounded.
It was all aiK.ut an apprentice or
'printer'sdevil," which Adams claims
Smithee had treated badly
Every licensed liquor seller in Ala
bama has taken this oath: "I do soi
ciniilv swear that I will not knowing
ly sell ; give any vinous or spirituous
l:jUor t any minor or person of un
sound mind without the permission of
his or her parent or guardian," and
violation ol tins oath is ly express
statute declared to be perjury
Columbus Ga.J Sun: -V China
man v. as testifviuir in itichmond
county. Ju.lut' Sliced asked "John
"if he believed in God'.'" "Ves," said
the Celestial, me belleb every ting
"Do voti Ijiieve in a hereafter'.'"
"Yes, me bclicb in Jesu Christie here,
iiiv htlieh m tontucte (.l oniucmsi m
alloc samte. Ills testimony was
( 'hattaiioo''a Jji.-i.atri: iinrteen
fl.ithoats loaded with iri'aio and meat
arrived at the wharf Sunday from up
the river. Tiiev brought atout 0,'.iO
bushels of wheat, 7,o(iu bushels of corn,
and o,uti pounds of meat, principally
from Idiioii county. Iwenty ll;it
boats have arrived during the week,
aver.urin 1,mju bushels of -.'rain to
. ashimrton special to the l incin-
uati Cntintii n-iuf: Tilefrrat-hie com
munieatious woe received here to-day
by meinU-rs of Congress from sever.i
States nrgiiii; the great importance of
immediate action upon the bill to re
peal the bankrupt law. llie senti
ment was t xprc sscd that every hour
i t d ;iy v orked iriTjarable damage to
I. citiuia'e inl-intss
So-c;dIei Kuklnx have broken out
.:t ) llbiick!.'. These disguised mt i
t.innsl ;i man out i f the lock-up. put
; o.. iv t'V the authoi iiHS. ov. 1'oi ter
i.is isMteil a proclamation against tin
onil..ws. The kukiux have written a
letter m which they say they are not
'omjr to rebel against tlie L . S. hov
eminent, but that white eopli must
stop advi.-mg negroes toshoot Kukiux
Winchc.stt r Home Journal: "We
:.re informed by a larire number ol
aood larmcrs in our county that the
wheat prsiect isalriiostdishearteninK.
A large amount of land, and generally
the best land waa sown, and a iUilurc
in this main crop will seriously dam
age our people, already groaning un
dcr the i viis of a contraction of the
eunencv heretofore and consequent
heavy shrinkage in the value of real
The Atlanta Cotton Exchange ha
ad 'pted a resolution declaring thut
liereafier one doilar per bale will be
deducted from the cash price of cotton
in inferior nagging: that a circular lie
sent to planters asking that they re
frain from using it, and also a circular
tomerchants who handle cotton ask
inelliat they do not receive such bag
ging on the same terms as that of first
K. -ports received by the Kuoxville
Tfilnnt from various portions of Knox
county indicate that the wheat crop
is -fiio'.isly injured by rust, which is
reported much worse in other conn
lies of East 'fen ncssee. Adjoining
Kuoxville, however, the wheat is
eomparali.vcly uninjured, the damage
existing principally in the northwest
portion of the county. Many farmers
Tear licit at least one-fourth of the
crop will be lost by the rust.
'1 i.e ( " i t v of It'-o iU- Janeiro, the fust
.:' John Loach's I'.iMiliau line steam
ers, which sailed from New York Sat
arday, loot out one of Eddison's pho
I'OL'r'aphs. a priwii! from Mr. Ko-ich
olioni Pedro. Lmperoi' of P.ra.il.
The phonograph was charged Indore
Us departure with the delivery of an
iddress from Mr. II ach to the Empe
ror, eM'I.ni.gjnu compliments and
.ongratuiat ion m vi-iv pf the estab
lishment of the new line.
A Washington correspondent of the
Ci lcinu di .'ji'juiri r says: The nomi
na' ion i f Jvx-Jov, Packard to lie Con
sul at Livi-rpiM.i i-ret! ted a slight sensa
tion at the Senate end of t!je Capitol
to-day. The place is the best mus in
ihe gift of the President, and is repu
ted to be worth about "".i.tHia year.
The ui m-val sentiment among Sena
,..rs is that i m. ):ard secured an e.
travagaiit price for in martyrdom in
ihe cause of Hayes, 'fhe lion.iiKition
appears to Ik-one of the President's
ciioire sui i'i isvs.
Itistoii i,sl: Perhaps the heaviest
nn- of poker ever i.i:. v ' A merica
. . i i... r : I
was liciwtcil joiiii ..iiiiii.wi- pno ii
J New Yorker, recently bankrupt. It
i wa j 'laved in a private room and, le-
giui.ii, ",,,,rly in the evening, lasted
! ad night. ; e;i handed at first, for
1 tune soon faoN"i Jforrisse-y. Kirst
oiiponeiit's cash disappeare.', his Ixink
account next, and longafter midnight
in1 began mortgaging his property.
' Mcidor;;i;duin after meiuorandum was
bought by his antagonist, until in the
vv.-iy iijoiuiugljht be firose Joscr of
Vashixoton, May G, 1S78.
Terhaps this day will turnout tobe
0119 of the most memorable days in
American History. At last the Dem
ocratic Party has gathered up enough
backbone to investigate the frauds
connected with the rape of the Presi
dency. To ray mind it has lieen a
most humiliating spectacle to see the
Democrats of the House smelling all
around creation for fraud, viilainy,
forgery and ierjury, and neglecting
to peep into the inmost recesses of the
greatest fraud and swindle of all times
the Corypheus of all crime. The
crime of seating Hayes was not so
much a blow at Tilden and the Dem
ocratic Party, as it was a deadly stab
into Uie very vital partsof our political
anatomy a crushing overthrow of
the will of the people as expressed at
the ballot box.
When Montgomery Blair had his
Maryland resolutions, requh'ingan in
vestigation into these things, laid be
fore Congress, there was a great deal
of apathy. This was caused, in a
reat measure by the fact, that a great
many good men feared to open the
matters as to the Presidency because
nicy inougiit it might precipitate us
into a civil Avar. Others had been
dowing with tho heifer of fraud and
had got some crumbs of official pat
ronage, and were disposed to let
things rock along. The McLin con
fession lias changed the whole face of
sitlairs and men are forced to investi
gate. The liadicals are in favor of it.
because tucA- say Democrats will le
involved. lictitbeso. Democrat or
Kepubhean, whoever engaged in
that ungodly and nefarious bus
incus ought to be sent hustling to that
Hell of infamy, where the traitors of
all climes are imprisoned.
;ur. ivunmeii, ot .Baltimore, intro
duced the bill in the House for the in
vestigation of the Presidential frauds.
It was referred to the Judiciary Com
mittee. It is their action uon this
uiu wmcu mat committee will report
lo-uay. s usual, men are planting
stakes here and there, prescribing lim
its to tne investigation. They are
trying to hedge it about in such a
way as to carry out their views. Dut
tiieie is not enough wisdom inhuman
foresight to cast the horoscope of the
results of this step. Suppose hat the
proof clearly establishes the fact that
Hayes had all these villainies perpe
tr.ited. nat then." Uo vou sunnose
that the American people will not
call lor ins impeachment? I think
tiity wnl. I think they ought. The
ilaiticuls are always ready to pounce
upon a poor door-keeper and belabor
nun oi some miscarriage. .And lliese
lehows have always found fools enougl
on our side to help them. Now will
these chaps possess tiieir souls in pa-
nenee ami restrain tneir wrath, w lien
tne proot snail disclose that Hayes
Sherman, Garfleid i'i Co., are the
greatest uueves the world ever saw?
Will thev bounce Haves? U p will
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anything about it. All I know is
that the greatest crime has been perpe
trated, and if the Democratic Party
has not .nerve enough to push the in
vest igation to its logical sequences, I
can't help it. If it does not, it ought
to sink into oblivion, and the people
ought to raise up an organization lit to
maintain the honor and integrity of
the Constitution. I can tell you more
abotti this subject ill my next. I con
fess I wat.-h tiii.s movement Willi ex
traordinary i u t crest .
,1-NO. C. lUlOW .N TKVAS-I'.U IKIC.
There is no measure before the
American Congress which has made
more geinn'iK progress than the Texas
Pacific Kailroad. There is no man
from the South v. ho has done as much
for the materia! interests of our sec
tion as (iov. John C. Brown. He is
the life and soul of that policy which
has for its objective point the projec
tion of a gran. i transcontinental rail
way from the banks of the "Father of
Waters" to San Diego on the Pacific
coast. It is strange that there should
he any opposition 10 this scheme in the
South. All the opposition that has
existed has been bottomed on the idea
that there was a siilisidy underlying it.
Now to the fa ts. In the South, strict
eon-'.i'uct'.on always had a home. Her
statesmen hi the olden time were so
sentimental and transcendental, that
they remained supim-Iy 011 their backs,
while the representative men of the
Xoriii bail their bauds up to tlieir
arm-pits in the public Treasury, and
drawing forth millions for internal im
provements. So diligent and success
ful were thev, that in the course of
empire, tie-v have got over jon, nun
(Kin, with which their harbors and riv
ers have iH'cn improved, ami the most
magnificent puhhc buildings m the
world dot the country from the Ohio
to the Lakes. So careless and negli
gent have our tolK been, that durii
the same period, we have been the
recipients of not near t-:;o)ooo,n!,n.
And that, too, m the lace of the fact,
that we have a larger area of territory,
and furiii.-h the cotton, tobacco and
e..rn, and other things which havt
poured a pei.ect stream ol revenue
into the p.:olic co tiers, and at last
have stria-l; the balance of trade w ith
the Old W orld, in favor of this Great
P. -public. It is time we were leaving
il this thin skin and pushing bold! v
forward in the race cf empire, and in
the obtaining some ol the solid com
forts of .Natl n:d existence. More
than a decade since, the North threw
two iron tracks across tho Continent
to the Pacific coast, on two separate
lines of latitude, at a vast outlay of
land and money. These two enter
prises cost the government "00,000, (XNI
acres of land and nearly as many dol
lars, lliese lines ruu amid the eternal
snows of the North and are under an
icy embargo several months in the
ytar. Now, when it is proposed to
build loon miles ol railway to finish
the route from the Atlantic to the Pa
cilic, on a line of latitude, w here the
heat of an eternal summer fulls, vou
hear the hoar.-e cry of "subsidy."
This comes from the competing lines,
which have tiieir infernal maws filled
with public plunder. It comes from
.lay Gould, Huntington and Dillon
the great land pirates of the nineteenth
century indeed ol all the centuries
1 nose men were naiKcd 111 ih'ir un
godly desires by Thurman and Gov
ernor lirown and others, and now
they how l and rage against theTexas-
I said that this latter road
had made great progress. It is so
And it is so for this reason. The whole
work has been in the hands of Gover
nor Brown, w ho has fought his ene
mies with arguments. liefore the
Committees he has been badgered by
these fellows, and they have in every
instance tVll lH.iV.re the straightfor
ward and manly action of the gallant
Tenncssecan. Men of all parties here
declare that his arguments and his
presentations of facts have been mas
terly and overwhelming. No lobbies
have lieen iiseil. None of the corrupt
practices of former roads have U-eii
brought to play Ukii Congress. They
have relied upon the merits of their
cause. They ask no subsidy. They
band back to Ihe Government the
million- donated to the company.
They tiiin over to the Government
all control of ihe road. They give
the Government the first mortgage
upon the road and everything it
p issescs. In return they ask
the Government to sj m ply guarantee
the interest upon its bauds. The Gov
ernment can m no possible event lose
u cent. Why then should there Ik
opposition. It is a public work. John
C. Caiho'.in said it ought to lie built,
and the Mlssi.sipp;opght to be levetd.
If this head ot the school of strict
coiisti iictioiiists saw 110 illegality in
it, where can any Southern man, or
any other sort of a man see any. lx-k
at the need for it. This route goes
thiough ;;i,'d t -i country where the
Government has ';t; arnicd force
where the Indians live where store
are to be transported. It will run ali
the vear. The Government has to
havJ tiicti n'ci!:! and they can be
furnished ;;s ch, .aid uij.j eiwily in 110
other way. Besides, tins will be a
grand trunk-hne, into which roads
w ill run from the Gulf coast. If our
commercial relation with Mexico are
tobe open d up, togive us the trade
of that wondeifui country, how can it
he hi tler done than by furnishing to
her people a line of railway with which
thev can connect? If that vast area
;s tb lie ours; if the laud of tho Mon- j
tezumas is to become an integral part
of this Union, how beneficial will
such a line be in aiding and co-opera
ting in the grand and glonou9 enter-
prize! The outgrowth, in tins nieas-
ure is simpiy ireiueimous. nco n. -
completed, at- its termini should be
erected collossal statutes of John C.
Rrown. the founder and nuiiaer ol an
enterprise which will enrich his coun-
i , . i . . . .-. -M-ttVi
try ami imiv ms jimm- ruin ."j
the new route to the Hoary East.
The Senate reiealed the Bankrupt
Taw. and sent it to the House. Iu
that chamber a whole day was given
to the debate on that question. In
that debate, Ewing, Hew itt, Butler,
Kelly, Hooker, Frye, and other lead
ers participated. The best speeches I
have heard since I have been here,
were delivered on this subject. Tom
Ewimr's sneech was a wan. It was
the first time lever heard him. It J -
sounded in its tones like tneiow moan
of distress. It is a voice which has,
pathos rich and sweet low and
plaintive, in it. It comes nearer
voicing the woes of the people than
anv I have heard since l nave ueen
here. You recollect how one hue
morning Plimsoll awoke in the Eng
lish Parliament a famous man? Well,
Plinisoll ought to be imitated m this
country. We need a rlimsoii; yes, a
regiment ot them. nat uiu ne uo;
Why. he had seen his countrymen go
down to the sea and perish amid its
waves in rotten ships. Kotten ships
were sent by avarice and the English
money power down to the sea, just be
cause it took money to repair them.
It was cheaper to let the ship and crew
perish mid-ocean, than to repair it.
So Plimsoll in hi-s despair burst all
hounds and Parliamentary restraints
and made the great lav.yers of Eng
land hear Ihe want of the sailor, and
have inspectors to examine every ship
before she started. If lit, she would
sail. If nof, she should not go. It
was not courteous, men said, for
Plimsoll to Ik? so disregardful of Par
liamentary tactics -so unmindful of
the dreadful glamor of caste and
usage. He was so; and now wherever
the Cross of St. George kisses the
breezes of Heaven, n;cu call Piirasoll,
"the blessed." Belief came to the
English sailor by the enthusiasm of
this man. Peace came to his wile and
babes, as he was rocked by the ele
ments upon the stormy deep, and
they feel secure, because thev know,
wherever tho sailor goes, that he
treads a deck above a sound hulk.
Just so it is with us. We are in the
throes of a thralldom no people were
ever east in. We can't get relief. The
mill of Sherman grinds on and on,
and fortunes and reputations go into
its infernal hopper daiiv. Men ago
nize for relief. The only thing they
hear, is "This is the muttering of the
Commune." "The men who repre
sent Plimsoll are demagogues." Great
God, what liars mid slanderers these
villains arc: Ihe people wa.u bread.
Thev don't want to steal it. They
lon .... " unl 10 mm tier ami pmage tor
They want work. They want the
Bepublican party to get out of their
entrenched position, and quit obstruc
ting legislation which wiil bring re
lief. W'e must have it. Plimsoil will
come. I don't know whether it will
be lorn lowing or not. He is in ear
nest. He has a heart in him as big
as Chimboiazo. He has the right
view o! the situation, iiie House re
j.caled tho Bankrupt Law and sent it
back to the Senate. Now the Senate
don't know v. hat to do altout it. And
nobody knows what they will do
about it. All I do know is that
wish there was some process by which
that august chamber could lie mel
lowed down sutlicictiilyj to have one
or two pulse throbs lor an oppressed
and rumtd people. J his o'ost ruction
of measures of relief by the Jtadical
Party is filling this land with ruin and
misery with millions of angered and
desperate men with starving women
and children. God grant that relief
may speedily come! Have we reached
the bottom of woe and misery yet
Kt.sP.Mi' l lo.N VOORHKK.S.
Sometime since, 1 told you that
Sherman would soon be claiming that
the glories of resumption were upon
us, and there was no use of a repeal of
the i'esumpiioii I .aw. 1 am not sur
prised that there are idiots in this
country who believe it By some cu
rious legerdemain this man has got
the idea in some minds that he is the
"Billy Goat" of all financiers. In the
Senate he is able to muster strength
enough to have l.is views almut re
sumption sustained. That is the "tV.-.
difci'' of the Money Power. Our very
best men have 110 hope that the Sen
ate wiil permit a repeal of the law
calling for Besiuuptioii on January 1,
167'.. They say that it is on us. Now
look at the facts a little. The Bepub
lican Parly is responsible for ail the
ruin and misery in this country. They
have run the Government in the in
terest of the money power. They o
poscd the rcmonet Nation of silver.
They oppose Yoorkets' bill to make
legal tenders or greenbacks receivable
for all fines, private and public. They
oppose the oit asure of the House re
straining Sherman from retiring any
more greenbacks. Thev opiiose the
mited coinage of silver. They op.
josc every measure oy winch resump
tion can lie maintained. xump'ion
is viu; tltiiaj ami mainauiiir it i an
oOx r. It is right here that the iron
enters into the soul of. business. Voor
hees made a splendid speech in favor
of the repeal of the Bt:suinptinu Daw
last week. It made men cry in the
galleries. But it does not change the
iron purpose of the agents and tools of
the money power, lie is a grand and
impassioned orator. But there is one
thing I wish he w ould quit. I wish he
would lay aside his manuscript and
lire directly at the enemy. I have not
heard a debate in the Senate yet like
the ones (.'lay and his compeers use to
have. In the heat of such debates
conviction is wrought out. It looks
very nice lor a Senator to march
into the Senate Chamber anil lay
down a great mass of manuscript. It
looks dignified to gesticulate according
toGunter. It meets and satisfies the
proprictiesof that chamber to be very
owlish; but such siulf don't bring
relief to the toiling ami hungry
millions. As soon as such capable
men as Yoorhees find out that the
jxuple expect tiiem to "pull oil" their
coats and roll up their sleevis," and
smite the enemy hip ami thigh
wherever they can find i.im, just that
much sooner will the people get relief
and that much soon r will these men
receive the gratitude of a redeemed
and disenthralled people. We want
lighting. We want the fight to he
kept up. We want the war to go on,
without lull or interval, until the ene
my is driven from every position.
The I enix-ratie leaders ought to have
a joint caucus and heal over all feuds
and sores, and unite upon a fixed pol
icy. It must embrace relief fur the
iieople. For if the Democrats don't
secure relief, the people will raise up
an organization that will do it. I do
not believe, however, that the candle
stick will Ik-taken from us. For 1 lie
lieve that the Party is preparing for a
grand tor ward movement. Thestrug
gle for the next House has In-gun. It
rages fiercely. The !!adical- claim
that they wiil make gains in Tennes
see. I do not believe it. In thename
of Heaven what have the liadicals
done to justify such a hope? They
are the meanest and most merciless
foes the common people have ever
had. They are the tools of the op
pressors of the eopIe. They have
mined us. They won't let loose our
throats, so that we can breathe and
get bread. Say that a iestilence will
swoep the land! Say that an earth
quake will open its jaw and take us
all in! Say that famine will stretch
its long Ikuiv finger over the graves of
a starved people! But for the sake of
the nation and its millions of hungry
men, women and children, don't
prophesy the return of the K"publiean
Party to Power. God ion-fend in
from such a calamity.
.1 1 . 4. O - s ' , I .... 1 1 , .fl"-t", 'll.ill
I ...inil.r lis. Willi' I......,.
fears are cuteitaiiiod that the emire
w heat crop U-t ween here and the Ten
nessee river will prove a failure, own
ing to rust. Hog cholera is making
sail inroads on next winter's supply of
iMrk. Ihe acreage ol small
in this eountv far exceed that of form- i
1IES. TILTCirs CONFESSION.
Sow it was Caused I37 Ssr Listening to
one cf Hr. Eeecier's Sermons.
N. Y. Ban, 1st.
A reporter for the Sun learned last
evening of a gentleman Avho, on Sat
urday last, had a prolonged interview
w ith Mrs. Elizabeth R. Tilton. Th2
reporter called upon him, and receiv
ed the following account of the inter
view: "I have no objection to telling the
substance of the interview, if 1 can do
so anonymously. I called on Mrs.
111 ton in consequence ol a newspaper
paragraph, which described her, on
me authority ot a member ot Ply
mouth, church, as being almost frantic
witu griet at what sue nad done. J
found ner sereue and happy, and she
said that she had not been ill. I asked
her if the regretted what she had
done. She said : 'No. not one par
ticle. It is the truth, and I rest my
self on that statement for time and
for eternity. My conscience is now
unburdened and I am no longer forced
to live a lie.' J t is u singular fact that
Mr. Beeeher is the direct cause of this
confession. Mrs. Tilton was urged re-
ieatedly by the friends of Mr. Beeeher
to attend Jflymoutn church. They
contended as she was innocent she
ought to assert it by going back to her
old church. Mrs. Tilton wasreluctaut
to do so, but one night she consented.
She went with boine lady friends,
and her presence in the church was
known to but few. Mr. Beeeher was
ignorant of it. lie preached his pow
erful sermon on the confession of Gil-
man, the forger, and reiterated through
out that the only thing tor a guilty
soul to do was to confess. the ser
mon electrified Mrs. Tilton, and from
that time she seemed intent on unbur
dening her conscience. She attended
the various churches in the city, and
every place seemed tilled with the
same admonition to confess, and she
at last came to the conclusion to quit
living a falsehood. Her confession,
she says, came about in this way. Her
husband Knew nothing 01 11; air.
Mouiton knew nothing of it; there
was no minister back of it she says it
was God. Mrs. Morse has lieen
blamed on all sides, but Mrs. Tilton
savs she had no influence on her; in
fact, Mrs. Morse called her crazy, and
said that she was wild to come for
ward at this time with a confes
"What excuse did she give for so
ardently supporting Mr. Beeeher 111
the years that site was protesting their
lnnonence?" asked the reporter.
"She said it was resolved by her
self and by Mr. Beeeher to protect each
other and conceal their guilt. Mr.
Beeeher said that it must never le
told, and she yielded to him. As long
as she was under his influence she
thought as he did, and did as hi
friends wished. As soon as she got
lieyond him and his friends her spirit
relx)undeil, she acted tree and she con
fessed. Mrs. Tilton says that her con
fession is the last utterance she ever
expects to make for the public. She
feels purged, forgiven, and is, indeed
happy. She leaves everything to God,
and says that she thinks she litis His
forgiveuuess. Jt seems to be her hope,
as it is mine, that Mr. Beeeher will
confess, too. She denied that she had
either written, or caused to be written,
a letter apologizing to Mr. Breeder."
Mrs. Elizabeth Tilton and her
mother, Mrs, Joanna Morse, moved
on Monday from the lrame house at
JOS Madison street, to a brown-stone
house at 14.S Jlewes street, between
Bee and Marcy avenues. An endea
vor was made to keep the new loca
tion a secret. Mrs. Tilton leased the
house from Mr. B. F. O'Brien, the
ow ner, for one year, signing the lease
herself. Her sons, C arroll and Kalph,
are to remain with her. Mr. Tilton is
to provide for his family's support,
and tor tnat ot iirs. .Morse. .Mis. 111
ton is to 6pend the summer in War
Charles Francis Adtms on tli9 Florida
fcj'pclp.l Dispatch to Uie Chicago Times.
Ni:w Vokk, Anril "'.. Charles
Francis Adams, in an interview on
yesterday, said he was not at all stir
prised by the recent confessions. He
continued: "The only impediment in
the way of now opposing the fraud
exists in the fact that the conspiracy
was so well planned by the conspira
tors themselves that it will be a very
dillicult matter to prove who are the
guilty parties. '1 he establishment ol ,
sound, permanent form of govern
ment is a very ditneuit tiling to ac
complish, and no matter how stable a
government may be, the slightest con
tusion is always sure to cause trouble
and upset matters. I, therefore, am
in favor of allowing matters to remain
in start tvn. 1 have arrived at this
conclusion after giving it considerable
tnought and study, I am willing to ad
mit tiiat Hayes has proven a great
failure, and that his installation inotliee
was undoubtedly accomplished by
fraud. When the eclectoral commis-
J sion was in session in Washington 1
wasmucii aiurme'i lor iear uia me
peace of the country might lie disturb
ed. At one time it apicared to me,
as a nation, we were on the bank of
a steep precipice, and I leel that the
country at large owes Mr. Tilden a
debt of gratitude for the patriotism and
self-deniul he exhibited undersueh try
ing circumstances. Should another
Presidential election ever be held in
this country under similar conditions,
I do not see how terrible civil war can
be averted. Mr. Adams then dis
cussed the electoral law, and said that
unless Congress amends the present
system, the country will always lie on
the verge of a revolution at each elec
tion. Mr. Hayes, he thinks, is a very
weak man, a failure as a politician
anil statesman, so that he has not even
the merit of turning a great wrong in
to a nation blessing
Fraxi is C. Bahlow, a brave offi
cer in our civil war, and late Attorney
General of the State of New York,
makes a very strong point against Mr.
Hayes in connection with the Florida
frauds. General Barlow's point is
that Mr. Hayes was hound to inform
himself of the fact of the Florida case,
which wer easily accessible; that, as
a lawyer, Mr. Hayes was to know
that the electoral vote In-longed to
Mr. Tildon, and that, though the of
fice was given to him under the forms
of law, he was in honor and con
science bound to reject it. Acm- York
East Monday, a tramp entered the
house of a planter, five miles south of
Oxford, Miss., who was absent at the
the time, and after attemping to out
rage the lady of the house, struck her
011 the head with an axe, from the ef-
lects of winch she died. Her little girl
alarmed the neighborhood. Soon a
large numler of men were iu pursuit
of the villain, who was captured in tho
woods near Oxford, and is doubtless
lynched by this time, as the excite
ment was very great there Tuesday.
At the meeting of the African Colo
nization SiK'iety, in New York, Tues
day the Secretary said there wasmuch
interest felt in the South concerning
the colonization of the negroes of the
I nited States in Africa. He had re
ceived letters representing thousands
of them who want to emigrate to the
land of their fathers, fhe general rea
son given for the desire to go is that
social equality for the colored 'iconic
in this country is too far in the future-
The '2-" inst. will be a notable day
in Clarkville. The Presbyterian and
Episcopal chuches two of the hand
Koniest edifices of the kind iu the South,
are to lie dedicated 011 that day. Bev.
Dr Palme.1, of New Orleans, "w ill offi
ciate at the dedication of the former,
and Bishops Wilincr.of Alabama, and
uintard, of Tennessee, at that of the
The Southern Baptist Convention
met in Nashville yesterday. It repre-
scuts the white Baptists of the South,
numbering almut one million the
1 largest denomination m the South,
THE EAST. j
Anetria'g Precautionary treasures.
Loxrox, May 8. Bills will be pre
sented iu the Austrian and Hungarian
legislatures, Thursday, asking au
thority for the respective Ministers of
Finance to arrange for the manner in
which money voted by.the delegations
shall lie raised. As for the motives for
the step, the explanation is likely to
be general merely aiming to show
that the Govetnment should lie ena
bled to take those precautionary mili
tary measures, both on the Eastern
and Southern frontiers, which, inthe
opinion of the Ministers, cannot well
lie much longer delayea. These pre
cautionarj' measures are likely to con
sist of concentrations in Transylvania,
Croatia and DaJniatia, covering the
three froutiers exposed to Bussia and
her allies. The proposed measures
will not be on a very important scale.
In Transylvania, quarters for lo,000
men have been ordered. Tne forces
on the Servian and Montenegrin frou
tiers Aval be smaller. T he idea of oc
cupying Bosnia lias quite retired into
the background. Count Zichy, the
Austro-Hungarian Ambassador at
Constantinople, has returned to the
city where pourparler nlout the re
patriation 01 reiugees win oe coiuiu
ned. The proposed annexation of the
island of Adah Kaleh, in the Danulie,
to Servia is opposed by Turkey and
Austria. The Porte will probable cede
it to Austria.
Cassia's Conciliatory Ekp:sitisn.
St. Pktknsrvkh, May G. The
Anencc Jtussc has an article referring
to the statement in a St. Petersburg
dispatch inthe London Timesof April
20th that "the concessions Kussia
would make are the limitation of the
Imundariesand the ieriod of the occu
pation of Bulgaria, the sulistitution of
a European for a Russian Commission,
and the organization of a European
Syndicate to consider the claims of
bondholders as well as Russia's claims
for indemnity, and the retrocession of
but the small strip of Bessarabia inhab
ited by Russians." The Ajcncc Jiusse
observes that the correspondent some
what exaggerated them, and, aioe
all. was too specific. "The Imperial
Cabinet." it savs. "has shown that it
is actuated by a conciliatory disposi
tion, provided the object of the war is
Austria Acting tt'.th England.
Vienna. May P. Count Schouv.i
lofftakes with hint what may be con
sidered as England's irreduceable min
imum. Simultaneously M. D. Navi-
kodl the Russian Ambassador at Vi
enna, will be informed that Austria
mninfains the objections already made.
It is said that when the English ami
Austrian reclamations are acceded to,
little or nothing of Gen. Ignatielt
scheme will remain. Montenegro and
Servia are giving much oflense to
Austria. Of Montenegro, a Govern
ment organ says that Austria protests
ag-iinst "the extension of the princi
pality to tho Adriatic, and will under
no circumstances permit it.
The Guc6rnatorial Question.
The Gubernatorial ouestion is le
mnniii" to attract a trood deal of at
tention in West Tennessee. From all
we can hear through private advices
ami from our exchanges, there seems
to be a decided disposition on the hart
of the people of this division to con
cede to l-.ast Tennessee tne nonor o
naming the candidate for Governor
They look at it in the light of former
precedents, regarding this as the time
for that section to name the man. 1
is a matter of courtesy that law u:ii
formly existed lx twten tqe different
divisions of the State 111 the liestow-
ment of the honors of that elevated
lKisition. Iu this connection we di
rect special attention to a communica
tion published elsewhere from the
Memphis Ai -t' of the 23d. in favor
of the claims of Hon. John M. Flem
ing, of Kuoxville. He is the unqual
ified choice of East Tennessee for tht
nlace. and is a man of great strength
and iMtpularity throughout the State,
having often held imsitions of high
public trust and always faithful to tho
interests of the Democratic parly.. If
the candidate lie selected from that di
vision, Col. Fleming is, no doubt, the
choice of the entireDemocray of West
l'ennessee. His past gallant services
in the cause of Democracy, and his
great abilities iu.-tiv entitle him to
public recognition, and the honor
could not be confeired upon an abler
man. or more deserving and esteemed
irentleniau than Col. Fleming, of
Knox. Earner t and positive in all his
eonvietiousoi right and views ot pub-
lie policy, henever allows the gale of
popular favor to forestall or hmdcrlu
advocacy of what he deems best and
proper for the interests of the people,
L'pon ail questions ailecting the mate
rial welfare of the State, he is as sound
as a dollar. louchmg the vexed
question of the State debt, his entire
efforts, through the press and other
wise, have been directed to its sett It
ment and adjustment at such figures
as will relieve the people from oner
ous and burdensome taxation and
bring aUmt the general and healthy
relief they so much ueed.
Fltur, Grain anl Eay.
Xashvii.i.k, .May tub. Flour
Superfine, Sl.'id; extra, S5.U0; family,
fo.L'o; choice family, sUMI; fancy, Jti.o'i;
patent process s.s.011.
WlIKAT No. 1, $1.10; No.
51.tMial.0--.; No.M, UDcasl.OO.
CoiiN Mi:.ii I'nbolted, ode, sacked;
bolted, sacked, (.
Cou.v Loose from wagon, 42c; sold,
sacked 111 depot, 4N-; bulk white, I'ic.
Oats Sacked and delivered in de
Rvi-: From wagon, tiOa'ioo.
Bahlkv From wagon, 40ao0c.
H11AN Boose, ir'l.'l.oo; sacked iu de
Hay Timothy, SJ4.-ui..iii; mix
ed PJ.oOaH.ou; clover, $12.(mi.
Catti.k Good to strictly choice
shippers', .'lc' .'P-c; smooth grazing steers,
2-lf" :;; medium butchers', '.Vn :(;
choice butchers', .'?.(; inferior to
common, la "2c.
Hons. Shoals and slock hogs,
.-(a.'!.oi, gross; heavy butchers' hogs
Shkkp Averaging lot) lbs. and up
ward: 3a3Jc, gross.
Btj.K Mkats- Clear rib, So. 00;
clear sides. $.',.0, shoulders, 4'-, all
packed. Hams Hart A: Henslcy's
new C. C, -ic. Bard Hart it Ilciis
ley's Snow Flake Pastry, tierces, Hc;
buckets, !jc; prime in tierces, 8c;
prime steam in tierces, 7jc.
Died, ol consumption, at. the residenc of
Mr. W. . Walker, in Columbia, April l ilh,
Mrs. stallie si. Walker, in her L'sth year.
(She leaves to mourn her irreparable loss,
a husband and a dear little loy, many lov
iuft and lieloved tilends. sshe was a consis
tent aud 7.( uiotts member of the M. K.
Church lor several years, and always te-s'i-fit-d
tiy her watk and deep piety, that she
possessed in au eminent deree that crown
lui: altribu'e of Christianity rhurii;i aud
always contributed to her mile to leed the
l uujiiy, clothe the naked, etc. Side died in
t he mil triumphs ol that latth that she pro
fKKiil several years ago. As the best evi
dence, she was perfectly resigned to her
Ma-ter's will, and told her weeping and dis
consolate friends that she soou would be in
a better aud purer world, w here sho would
be tree from pain aud sorrow and death.
hhe retained her consciousness perfectly
until the hist stroke of the golden hammer
lu Its dark little work shop left her clay
casket a pulseless corpse.
May t hose, she has left behind follow close
In her foot-prints, and meet her In that pnre
and holy land, 'w..ere the wicked cense
from troubliug, aud the weary are at rest."
A. B. C.
Tmnn. The third lare shipment .f
Heady Made Clothing has already tccii
made to Williams a Cochran's Ibis Season.
The lxt indication of how the tradn is
Pitck Riveu Valley Railroad Its ex
tension. For ihe lnt tnrcfl months Col.
Juh. U. Lewis. President 01 Dnck r.iver Val
ley Kailroad Company hastxeu actively eu
KHiced in g-,Uiiii.' up au arai.ULt of private
s inscription sufficient to stc ire the rxttn
Hion oi llie road to FctorHbuii;, in IJucolu
county. He has succeed td In gettipg abjut
3211,000 of bona ft'ie solvent subscription, but
it, will take twelve or fifteen thousand dol
lars more to make Uie road an ash urea nuc
cess to FeterHburg. It seems to us that this
small amount could h fngily obtained in
Liueolo, Marshall and Maury couulKs. This
road even extended to 1'eteisburgr would be
much more profitable than It now 1h, be
cnu.se It would do so much more business
with every little additional expense. The
increase in the cost of tli9 road thiit lar
would not be more thau twenty-live per
cent, whllHt its Increased business would be
at leant nrty per cent. Hut the main reRS'iu
for exteudlUK the rond (?oes l'.r beyond t c Is.
If built to Petersburg, It mustand won d go
to Kayetleville without delay. The ,'a.sh
vllle and t'hattanouKa ro..d, uiueli now
owns Ihe road Iroui liecliHr.l 10 Krf etteviile.
and the town 01 t u el levule, could not 1 ei-
luit it to slop ut Jreleisuuij lor juiiuy and
Vnrious reasons, vv hen completed to 1 a -etteviile
the benefits of tue loud Vcul.i te
twice as i;real as they uo are to Columbia,
jjt-wlPbuii' ami tayeiievine, 10 tue t-:i!. uh
of Mury, Marshall and l.iucolu c-.iiuili's.
e wo'i.d tneu have llie beuetlfs of two
roads; we could take either, as miiiit suit.
our convenience or interest, rayetteville
and Columbia would be independent by
having eouipetiut; lines of railway, and
Lewlsbiirg vritild have the advantage of
KoIub either by Columbia or Kuycttc-
vilie, nnu woui.t inns lie belier .mtuuled lor
trade than any town, such as I'uinski, Alnr-
Iretshoro, or iMiell.yMlle, which Is de-
nenueutHiorjO on onerond. Wecou.d cive
statistics to show thai the Increase in tne
price ol Marshall county product would, in
a very few years, pay hick a!t !hfi linn i-x-
penuea or may expeua on tins road. Tue
reduction in weights at. Columbia would he
enorrnous.and whilst tins would benefit Un
people 01 Maury county, and the citizens of
Columbia, It would not liijure the L. fc (4. Si.
Kailroad, because the incrt-ined business
would compensate for the decieyst.S freight
charges. Tnia is a luuttf-r in hlch not
11 erely the 1'rtsident and Direclois of the
luck Klver ailey Hsolroud are 1 btert-sttd,
but every citizen of Mauiy, Marshall and
Lincoln counties, becau.-e as you Utcreasc
the cost of transport! ion, ou increase fie
Erlce and value ol the article transported.
00k well to your interests, and do not let
the road ttop at Leisburi;.
Fob Rattlesnake Falls. The following
couples are expected toga to the Falls to
tiny: Lir. Haiiau an-1 Miss I.ueihe l'un
niUKton; Mr. Frauk I.niuu-r and .Miss NaJlie
11 olentiie-; Mr. John It or and Miss Huttie
Mctjavock; Mr.John Lkikd aim .Mi-s Jv1h
I'll tow; Mr. J. 1. Frit rs;n and M :.iie
Coof-ei; Mr. C. VV. iti-ersiiou hii.i Mi s
Carrie ISiniih; Mr. L,yi.ch 1-errv ut.d Miss
Ixiula tSDilthwn-k; Air. J. 1. Lurum and
Miss Liouta I'orter; Mr. Juo jjonbius and
Miss Lucy Simiser; Mr. Charlie Svke- ami
Miss Mary Myeis; Mr. Junius I'olk'uail Mist,
Kane liuiiun; Mr. it. M. McKay and Xi ls
.Vine iiaukin; Mr. Webb Ki.ii..3', Jr., hii.i
Miss l.ix.ie I'orter; Mr. Wlnis CoMi-r and
Miss K hi ils.ui; Mr. Thomas M:iihes and
Miss .Nellie I'll ill 1 ps. C 11. .1. V. LK.uulng.-
ujii 1.1.11 i.iuN , r. ji iieiup'.,i'i a.iu .aay, turn
Geo. TnofUits ami lady u.'i-iperoiies.
A lioon Mai - u. A. happy and snitnMi
marriage uli place on lonhertoid deck
last eunesUay, at tho residence of it. i..
I'orter, one of tr.e best men we ever knew
itev. W. II. Doss, ol tdellel.l, and M.S.-
lielle Porltr were mairitu by KeV. William
lons, lather or tho bridegroom. Attend
an s: Mr. N. H. l).jssai.d Miss Jennie l'ur
ter; .Mr. K. L.. Fuller, Jr., and Miss Knit'.
Aiuoii ilio-ie present we may i.ieniieu
Mis-i Jennie I oldweil. Miss Maugie O.-kos,
Miss KHa Forier, I:i.wsuii Filersu!'. Ij. I'.
Padjioil, 1 . 11. K.tulhail, Whitney Fiemiuji,
Mainline Chj eiton, M. HutU ai:d Ii.unly,
Liii'i. oini.ia lii.u wiii., w . 11. ii iu. ins, 1
ti. Williams aud lv, ihe H.ii i-ei was
splendid, and the eveuir. passed pleas
antly. 1 ue ui'.uo is oue 01 llie nuest cn ls 111
the county a worthy helpmeet to a i.tlent-
eil youut; preacher. Mr. Hoss is a youu
minisiii' ol promise and great, useiuun-s-..
it. is au appropriate and a.oiuivblo mulch.
'oMLWiiMTE UtAViis. V.'Ly is not some
uaj set apuri iur uecomtui the 1 ouiedei j.:.
graves? And what has become ol the mon
Haiti ware at cost at eo. I). Uodttc's. tf
A nod Hit-wool Flannel Coal, I'uuts and
est tor f0.t0, worm Mii.i; i, at the- W hile
A Sil' .-Osultol Cloth-iifj iur t7."J, at tl'e
T, hire House. pn.!.-i:.
Bleach Domestic fr-.ia lc to luc jfrr yard
at tieo. 1). Hodge's, if.
Call an! see tne-SIii.M) Flannel Suit for
so.io, at the W 11 lie Ionise. 1;.
s. a island Domestic lc to so per yard, at
vje.j. u. uuur i r.
Cxlico.s j.-, io and jc p'-r yaru, at lieo. D.
lo'jL,e s. ii.
j-oi lilt; i). :-t jr.d cm;. pes' i..-,. Jy-muut
Cioliiilifci, till H.t the W idleiios.-. uJ'.'-.l
Lain, s' ituis irom to apiece, at
ere... u. novice s. u.
Kvery mm can ull.iri to have a pood
t annei .Null tor worth elsewhere
MU.oo, at tno W hite House. It.
Just r celi-!Xig a laige and will selected
stock ol ."spring Oecjds ul V Lite House.
Men s lirot an Shoes liom ja- to ;l.. per
pair, ul oco. i . inn'i-s. w.
A mod (Iu... ouw. i.ji l"l els ut K. V
W ulams A. Co s. i.pri VU.
Lauies Cloth jabots Ii-om W)o to ;i.-.n per
pair, at o.o. d. ii.jui:., s. 11.
bix-butloueu tuii;i'(..deleu oioves at M
It utiles, llyllielu. ii-
A nuw lot ol l'eoi net Suits at i:i.ii, worth
Mn. ut any oilier liuuse, at the Wliii
Examine our stock ol iioots, Shoes, lint
lruuBs, UaKs, &c. tiur stock is e-,no..eie
api i. Ii. W . A TK INS A. l.'O
loll Lave l-.ignl'.en tual 1 ca.u si li yen in
t retiiesl and ctai.esl di - iu ConiliilJi.i.
lie sure a lid o lo M. ltuUie's nil ihos.e piet
ly soous. ii.-
The latest in men's, lsis' and children
h-.tsni Iur. wool aud straw iroods. a. ii. I
li ataius A co. api'0.
Fine l'ique o; best yaiu wide Doiriesih
se; oesi rrinm oc, at lue -souiliein xraue
1 t;ct that nueUt, Willi those pi'elt tioi
ers.-o cheiij., aL .vi.s. .t. K oi.c s.
The ciieuptsi, Hurilwaie can only be found
at oeo. u. iiooe s. ti.
Cheap 1 1,...!-, s.!i,,e, llts, iruulis, liuys
ac, UL ... II. l,tlKll1h V l.ll.
lo the ladles ol CoUiinb-.' and Mauri
couuij , som.-initiy new m ilats. ll-tn-yon
seen il, at Mrs. M. liuilleV: a pi .4
a g(K.i urograa lor Si.l-.), ut It. II . U -i
Ulllii ill LJ. i.o
Vou can get Uie best, prellle-
est .Necaties in the stale hi. ai.
I and cueaii
A good il.iiii nnoe tw ii. Ii'. 11'nLkm
fc Co s. u-
A good 15 Call Ludlc.V Mine tur SI ).
apiu. "' I'Afiki.Ns A -Co.
A nice li Call Boot lor .J.OiJ at K. II'. H';it-
K1II.1.V uo s.
l or llie cheapest and best U loves iiolaM
Ilallle s. aj-i-i
Cottonades iri.m pi to Si cents per yard
at Llie Whlteliou.se. april',i-u.
Thirteen yards good yard wide lileuched
iximestic lor ouo Uollar, at the White-
tpokes, Huns, Hubs, Thiiuh.e (skeins and
Wut,ou Uuxing of ali kinds, at Leo. D
Hodge a. II.
W . V. Ilohisou is now the aent fur Ihe
singer "sewins .M ..clone lu mis entity
Machines liom i to i-si. inchii-hii.
CiT For Dure and
new Drua Sjuire of F
hii-sii Dittos jrn to tin
.low .v. W'oiuride.
The very best KiiK.ish "liieakla- t Ten; said
ii) connoisseurs ip oe very hue, at l . Li,
1 tains . iiov. ;U.
OME A HI NNINlj. Cups Ami Sai-cers
Plat es, I'llehers, ioblets, Dishes, Spoons,
Knives and Forks at cost, ;ti Oeo. J
i"ir i-r-Mi ttdiilMi una i-imii-r sm-iI ,i nil
kind, al 5 cents a paper, at Fiilow ik: W ol.I-
i ldge s. lel.s-tt
v A.Mi-.ii uue tiiou.sau.l men and buys
to nuy men e.oino-s mm r in uisiiiiii'
(JOOIIS IIOIU US. L.1111I1V iV t Mt.XS-iS.
The best line of Hats, 'trunks, Kies. elc.
can be had al U. W . Watklns iV Cos. II.
Vou can buy a t.s.d oi.ot loi iroui It. W.
VVutkdus a Co. aprli-tf.
Ladies, you can find li.e besl sl.o. s jij
Columbia Ml li. W. W alkliiH iV Co's. II
Jt'ST Oi'ENKD. lieiuitifui Prints ul ..e.
llaudsouie Dre.-.s ii sids and Jul.rfii.se Sils
very c.ieap, at A. K'.s.-nt nil A inos. npili..
Don't foraet ti.al W. .N. W'lllil .V Co. ar.
slid ia the I.ihtiiiUK Dod iiusl .i.-s. , ai d
keep on hand a a jod supnly ol I'oi.i.er auo
Ualvauized H'als, and will sell al pii'-'.-s lo
suit Ihe .lines. Call and see Itiuiu sit A.
liai'r's, Columbia, 'Ii-iiu. apie.-tl.
lam closiiiKail iny ll..idii;uc out at cost.
v is the time lo buy H,u.lar.- eii. up.
tl. I.t'i. D. Hon'. I..
A fi'xxi assortment oi j.HUies' nud Clui-
dri-n's S.-ii,i-s, ut very low prices, at the
White House. irlll-tf.
t loth Shmi) liom si...., tiunafi'H
White House nprlhi-tl.
TO AXiJI,Klti.-l wuu.u les,
et fully call
the attention of A Hitters to my imi'ioved
Keel, wlilch I have ou baud and mske to
order. Ci.U or send, aud net a ciicih.r.
apiJU-ll. S. F. 1- is. in. it.
The largest stock m .Men 's, Votith's and
Hoy's Clothing lu Coluin ita, at lower pi ices
tnau has ever bieii.liered to ihe public f.i
yearn, al A. Iljseuthar.s .V Uros. api liJ
A good Itrogan .'siioes lur;iuL il
kins tc Co's. apri"j-lf.
Hames, Traces, Diiillcs, I oil.ii-.
Hingis. Jjiti, Augers, sirfws, Axe
etc., al lieo. D. Histt;e's. II.
The choicest brands of l itm Tea, a liuu
Fowder and U-ilonn Tea at T. H luii.s',
agent for the celebrated Diamond Oil. ti'li.
A full line ol Fishing Tackle, einhraclnt:
everything iiectssaiy to iMimjilete an
aut-ler's outfit iu first-class slvie, at. T. li.
Kains'. Agent lor Diamond inl. lWizZ.
Keystone Liniment cures scratches,
tia.is, St.raius, etc., in horses. For s.iie by
K. M. Fricrsou. leli
NEW MKAT HOl'SK.Tho "uinle ri'tned
have established a m.-al house next door
above thu liuest House, where they wi i
keep the btst (ii.ility of fresu meats of nil
kinds beef, niulton, lamb. eti'. w'e will
kill nothtr.g but go.Ki fat cattle, as we are
determined loeslnhli-h the fact l .at Manry
county can produce as go.l meat ps Ken
tucky or auy otuer Slate. Win. H. Cariiea
Vr will be at the shop a. I the lime.
mto-lm J. E. w. -i W. H. lAxrrxruss
Corn, per tin
Wheat, per uu
Cliotoe, Xew Orleans
4(i-,. I i'T
7."mi 1 L'i
"tcttt, 1 '2-1
Mi-.ekero! No I
M:cker-.l, No. a
1 rish Potatoes
Id, 1 12'
F.xlra u.ive ,
Tolet, per dozen
bt.aving, per dozen
Timothy and Herds Grass j.r. ton 15(l)2t0O
Flour and Moal
Java r-ofTcp i'-r lb
1 ane.ai rn per It.
K' p-r lb
Kio roasted per !b
A . CoKc-e sticar per ,
C. Yellow sujtar per I'.
iirit;,'t N.O. per I
I ut Ixnf per I.
I 'rushed per i
1'ondered per lr.
Granulated per If'..
ltic.- per It,
( neese per in
Honey per l
It:. Isms per ti.
Ctiiraiits iier If.
Ciindies per !!
March per if,
l.ian per c t
Sin .1 Is per cwt
Deans ner 1.
Hominy per It.
Nails per tt.
Chestnuts per bu
!l, i 10
lie. 1 1
' 2 oi)
roll CUAXl 1:1.1.01:.
W'e are aut hori.ed to announce Hon. W'.
S. Fl.K.MlNii as a candidate lor Chancellor
ol tins illie .Mil I t hancery Division. Flec
tion llie tiist Thursday iu August next.
II0.1. T. '.V. Tl'KI'KV, of Franklin, Is an
nouiie.it by aulliority as a candidate for
Chancellor of I his Div ision, coliiisise'l of the
count u s ot W'lliiuimon, Mi.ury, Giles and
.M.islia.l. Kieclion 111 Ausnst
W'e lire anthorieed to anmuinco JOHN C.
l.I-.sl I-.lt, ol'iitl. s, as a candidate for Chan-.-.
ii..r 01 1 i.ls Di vslou at the ensuing Au
1. list ec; 1011.
TiTa i y oAlvAT-lTiAV :ji.
We a: e uu' horlzed 10 aunouuee J11.st.FH
li. 1-1 sshi.., ul .Miniry, as a candidal lor
Allornt y-'jeneral lul lhis Judicial Cncuit.
F.!ecliou Ilrt Thursday In August.
W'e :.re anlhorl.ed lo annouiict-A I.I.'I-'.K f
N. M 1 1. Ll.ii. ol Msishall county, an a ciin
dld.ite n.r At loi lu'i -tieneliil of thetMli J11
1iiei.1l Circuit. Flection liisL Thursday in
W e Miinnunee upon autli'.i ity DAI'S. D.
Mi-COKD, -l lilies, a candidate for Atl-oiuey-(jci'.eiul
ol this Distiicl.
vVeaie auti.on.td to announce CiKO. I'.
TAVI.1 'K, of Maury, as a c;indiduteIor At-lorii.-j
-ii 111 rsil 01 tills Dislncl at tho ensu
Iiik August e.eciion.
W'e me authorized to announce JAMr.s
iS. Ai L' it i'i 1', of I,awri-iice, as a cauuidate
lor Atioiney-lieneral of this District al the
ensuing August election.
JnllCICCUl V CO Cf i 1' fClnE.
We areauthoii.ed lo announce Hon. A
M. Ill UHKSu a cHiidiiJate tor Jude ol
lue -'ill Ju'IIcihI Circuit.
We are antli"il.eil to auuouuca Hon.
JuIIX V. V Kit ill T, of Maury, as a candi
date tor C.reuit Juuuo of this Judicial Cir
cuit, composed of the couiiliesof Maury,
A iliianisi.n, lol'-s, Dawrencrand Marshall.
l-..ei-tn:u ill A UtMlst.
W't are anihoi i.isl to announce Hon. W.
-t. Mel. F.M' lUK, ot Williamson, as a candi
dal for Circuit Court J ude at tho ensuing
August 1 lec! ion.
W'e urn authorized lo announce T. A
HA Kills as a candidate for Siheritl' at the
eii-uiti August election.
W'e are aiiite.ri.ed to announce Ihe name
of Mr. W. D. DAYls, as a candidate lorhhi-r-ifl",
ai the i.-iistinii: Auiiust eh i'llon.
W e ar' iiui In. i i.ed Hiul requested to an
.loii nee THOMAS J. CKOSli V as a candidate
tor Snerill at tne ensuing A 11 glint election.
yon circuit cocnr vlkhk.
W'e nreaxiiioiiz.-il loaauounce EVAN Y.
I'I I.i.c'W as a candid.ile lor Circuit Couil
l i. i ii. Kieclion in August.
W'e iie .I'.ithonzed to announce T.
1 1 1- F. DIXON as a candidate U r Clrciin
Court Clerk at tln-ensuins August election
e ure authorised lo.aunouuce SA.Mt'KI
1 . F. M 1 V. V F.N as a candidate, lor circuit
1 . nut (l.-i k Ht t lie ensuing August election
w e an! hori.i.-d lo announce TilFO. DI 1'S.-
1 DM H lor irciiil Court Clerk at Ihe next
We are authorized lo announce W. O.
Wri'ltFKsi'OON asacandldate h.r Cfrcult
i.urt Clerk ul the ensuing election.
FOll CoUXTr COURT CLlillK.
W'e are authorized to aniiounce A. N
AKIN, as a candidate for County Court
Ch rk, at the ensuing August election.
t oil HtUHTlCh..
Wc ore authorl.isl to announce JAH. H
.Mi itl ( iN, ol the 3d District, as a candidate
Iur Trustee ol .Maury county.
W'e are aut ho. ized to announce K. C. AI
F.XANDKK, Sr., hs a candidate lor Trustee
ni M iuiy county.
W'e ine aut l.ori.e.l to announce Capl
JolIN li. 1 i A 1.I.O W A V as a cAiidldate lor
Trustee of .Maury county.
W'e are authorized to fiuaouace HF.N
it A.. -M A K 1 1 -N , ol lue t.l.tl U 1st l' lei, Hs.-t esli
,iii ia'e tor County irusten at l ire ensuing
W e are authorized to announce w. T. r.D
IV A 11 1 is, as a candidale tor County Truslci
.11 1 ne eiisuimi Auirust election.
W e rite tint liorl.ed lo announce it. M.
KIN.Kit for Trustee at the euhuin;; August
W'e me authorized to announce 111 il
D. (11I. I. IKK as u candidate lor County
To I III-. VoTKKSof M ALKY ( 'ou N l y 1 here
iv ii.uiio.niee mysell as a candidate lor thi
otine nf Kgisicr, and respcctlully soln it
; voles ol all who may think lue worlny
and Ci pa hie 01 1.1 ling 1 lie oiiie'i.
liespi Ctni.iy, lllltAM li. JIK.NIlI.Ky
W'e uiu authorized to announce J. II.
SVklvs. ul Ml. I'leasant. as a candidate foi
lie,. 1st cr Ht t he en sul 11 g August elecl Ion.
a e ure aut horizeil to announce JAMr,
Kl.'.Vi j IK it i( iK as a candidate for H.-gis-
i-i .11 tne 1 nsiitng A'-om eiei-iion.
W'e me iiuiiioiized to announce JOHN
'A Kit as a candidate for iteglster ut ti e
iisiuug A ugusi election.
1 H riXSTA H I. Kl
V.'e a re aut horlzed to aniiounce JAMI.S
. M.'.AW as a caiuildHle lor Constable 1
lii.- .'tn District. K'eetiou iu August.
W'e me authorised to aniiounce SIMS
DA ITA as a candnliite for re-elect lou to tin
dllcH oi Constalee I'lh civil district. Kite-
lion in August.
vv m i,re aut hi.i izeil to announce 1. J I'.r r .
il.l l!l K.N' as a cindiila.'ii for I .instable
Mil civil district. Flection In Aat;iist.
..itcrin get the Ix'urnl A'.", published al
N isiiville, aud the Mi.kai.ii and Mail foi
her an r.u 111. J'he Kun Is tiie best Aki'1-
tir.il and i.ive stock Journal published
lu the S outh or Southwest. W'e get H in ex-
hange every iveeK, atj.l do not hesitate ti
make Oils endoi-seiiieut. As lor the lll.n
Ai.o ami M ill, we refer to our loiiy list ol
ut.scribcis tis 11 t stol iUs merit. Send US
, and have both sent j-ou. lnaj i-ly
si'ix IAD Nortel".. In aldltlon to our
1 .thing 1 lepai tment, wo have a lull line '
lat-ril si i.-s and sliades of Disebklus, iiroad
1 th, ( is-imeres, Kngltsh Worsted and ah
the,- suitings to lie toiud at auy iirsl-class
I'-ichanl t-ilor estHblishineiil.
April 11, 167s. A. Kohknthal Jt Ulto.
C'Too much cannot be said in nralse rf
the greftt, cough reined v. Cousscns' Corn-
pound Honey of Tsr It will not only re
lieve lu case of an ordinary cold, hilt the suf
ferer uttli consumption may rely ou It as 1
pel urine!, t cure 1 1 tn ken in time, and ac
conling to directions. To persons alllicleit
with chronic cough, which d sturbH theli
rslat ingfit. It all'ords swe I and l-efreshinn
sleep and for Coughs, Coldy, I roup, Whoop
ing ( '(High, Sore Tlirotit, Hoarscne.K, etc., II
is simply one of the greatest nudii'il bless
ings ot tiie age. I 'so Coussens' Compound
Honey .l Tar. Price .M eta a hoi tie. For
s.de by Tl'comii A Towler, Drmjgisls, Co
Try the Mica I.-imp Chimney, war
ranttsi not to breuli.fyr sale by i'illow &
tmm sees mum,
B h KS lini'. d.told and cxclianfd. Or
dern nnd coiisluniiints of IVwiks collcl
ttsl. Itr.stness boms from to ti o'clock 1'. M.
May 10, I NTs.
Iu the District Court of the Fnlted Ntatci
fi.rthe.Mldd llstrlct of Tennessee,
In t!.e im.tier ol W it lierspooa
A Sanders, Bankrupts.
V ltF. her.-ln i, olid, d that 11 ero wl'.l a
Tn I id ( ..i.eiHj .".t. I iiij- ol tiie re'llo.r
ol said l'.nij 1: m 's, en i ! Hit Ii o Mj , lsis,
at. 2 o'l-loil. .'-I.. ! ue , Itlee ol Jolin l.l.iv
relic, one i'i de 1 1 e '. -I I s 111 Dai. ki I. p'cy
lu said Dlslli'i. .'I Nst.ni. 1 in ii . lie
ol j. ft .1 tio in.-, Ik ti is lo in lei mm.' 11 i.ny
ami l. t dividend s.'i -11 be ileclun-d under
Ihe piovisinlis i I tin- ITih Si tt loll of the
Haukiupt Ael oi March D'i7.
ColuuiliLa, May' I, 1STS. AsMynrc.
MM INSTITUTE !
e 4 4
Clicttt.'irs sl.ttms poar-- of study, and oili
er raUi'-tibi's, will he sent on m i.pl ieatlou.
to K-.r. ijl.O. 1JKCK . IT, lie. lor,
rulv':l-lv. Coluir-bla. Ten a.
' I "
airt2- -J,.i-Srt vv.., r.r -2T
U U 63
The Fotitii-.l l.thi nry ol (he Hon. Jus. II.
'I h.illliis. il. c'll, Is ii lit i.d al privi.le ssie tin.
Ill lue i.'ulii 01 Miiy. All books I. 11. iilMiig
on liaiui at tl:i.t tune will i-e so!(l lo the
highest hiil.hr. t sli l'igties will h- fur
iils.ii, d upon iippl 1 .11 1 Inn , or tho Ii.miss
may beM t ii I v ec I 1 ;g on
ilOlir. D s.MI'l II, Adiii'r.
April l!',-ltii, i f .1 .is. It. Tnomas, ilec'd
Order of Publication.
In Cham ' ; at X " turf, 'J'l.im.
Susan 1). Colter vs, 0. W. L. ldeu and F. I
I T epi'ei.i .1,-
1 mi. from cenipiiiiiiHiit's
l.ymiin is a defeiuhiiit. In
1 bill thai 1-. I'
Is CHIlse, mid is a lioll-tesldelll ol the
stale ol T 11 1 1 i-si e, st thai the ordinaiy
proc ss ot liiw c:innot he served 011
1 1 liti: it is t lie! efnre ok.'-i . it by ine 1 1 111 1 puh
ln al'iili he 1111.de hi li e Hi udd and Mull, il
n('wsiai'er published In the Inn n ol Colum
bia, Tcliiicwc, lor lour C'inse.-iitlvo we ks,
the last ot whi.-i. simil beat least one w 1 -k
iM'fore Ihe next selling ol Ihe i haneery
( ourl, to be held iu t he court-hoiiHe 111 Ihe
town ol New hii-g, on the l'lnirsdiiy he..ri
Ihe lirsl .Monday 111 September next, IsTs,
re, 1 io 1 ing I lie said deteiula lit to appear 1. mi
pi. ad, answer or d iiiur to complainant's
bill, or tiie same will 01; taken lor confessed
as to him and set for heating cApurfc.
W. II. r LANIOAN,
April IJ, 1H. I lei a and .Master.
The inlere- l on Mule School Fund will l.n
dueiiti tiie I.I ol .inly, l.-is. Mutiry i-iiiutty
ge(sl.:i'i...ss on Ihe sili ol July. I will pio
rata I he siitne; also 1 he huhiuee of fund for
Is77, wlileh is iinw in the hands ol the con
stables lor coJleeilon.
W. T. FDWAHDS.
April J-', i.Vs. llUsU-e.
Kcopenini? of Biddings in
hn J. steplu nson arid Itoht. I ners.011,
I.M CUtOI.- .(.. el III., vs. IxillHIl
OalniHU rl al.
It t lie ol all Old. I' lllll'le t, tile p res-
tit term I he I .'niiicci y court al Co-
11111I1111, lion-vi: t inu', I l.iiM been dir. eted
lo re-oli. 11 111' liid'Jlng III the alK.ve eslise.
I hereby give nolle thnt J Hill n-.-. Kn
bids ut my nllice, nt the .-..nil house in the
own ot I oliiuiliia ii,i.:i Ihe lot or 1 are. J 1 1
hi ml, ai"! hold 1 he s:iine . . ii li,r hi. is unt il
i-l.iik I'. mi May '.th, ISTS, uU n I
Will close 11 ,1 bl'i.lll'g, lie lilt: best I, lid
. '.-:lil- '
i n, d;
1 1 I'll
s I'M leer s -.
that I-, 1
t he 1 .,..11
m t :ii- i
li d twe.'
1. m, ti'.n; s
il h s. . -m .1 and 1
i'.i iNM ii'i'ii 1.11-1 .i -r.iiii. ,1 es follows:
lluiiled in lit 11 1 1 vil t is 1 1 e t oi Mauty co..
iini lsiu:i'l.-'1 nn t hi w.'-.ihY I'. laskl IU111-
I'ltTe; 1101II1 by in us ot A-n I:. II. .gu. deed;
-.alt b by em 1 m 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 Killt.iH'i; i nst
by U'ebh l.oll and railroad. A plat can bo
seen by calling at Clnine.-rv court oltlcH
pri) : 1, is, s. D. li I 01 'I'I K. C. A-M.
virtue r t an ('til'.i' of si.le 1.1 njo .fj.
eet.-d fr..lil the 1 1 1 11.01 'i hie lliiini-ery
Court of Dteksf.n conn ' , In h.' oi ol .1. I . : ..
l.rielilh Id vs. .1. W. Million et nl., I will s. l
torcash, al the 10111 1 -luni.e Coor In II,
town of Colum'itii, 011 .miii'iay, tliu ".''.' I li
lav of Mm next , 1,11 ine iigni, 1,111,1, cii.nn
md inlet, si Dal lie. inns o. 1. I neeiili. id
has in and lo t li" ..i!owit.g de.. nlaid Iimi-I,
ol land, 111 i lie .10..I ol I .eotge W. SIocIiiiiiI,
his giiatd iiui.i sit u:.i"u mine t-,:niH f Ten
nessi e, Maui v eouiuy, ii .nil lei No. 17. and
iKiitinleil on the not III l.y Ine l.uels of 'p. 1 ,.
Or. en tie I-1; awl liv 1 u.-k K! v 1 ; souti, .v
A ill. li'i .v k Ins ( Slav ; w st ,y Duel; Kill r
Old J.n- Vuss: i-'ilitulnn g o ,l acres. In. the
ine more or 1. s, and known as tho lull k
house ho 111, and levied i,miii as the pioper
ty of seid T. l. 1'. (iieenlleld to salisly stud
.inter ol diile and costs In favor 01 .1. T m
oieeUlield. Sale ill lawlul hours.
W M. A. AI.KXANIiKK,
Sherill Maury I ouuty.
April 1'ith, ls7K.-.r. fee, ...
If'' V hat gloi lolls achiveiucnts are imi-si.
btetousil ive only possisis u.hiiI heilili.
A ith Its usual accompaniment of a eh.-erlui
niuo: i uereioie uo lot aus should be ne;;
eeled to 1, reserve Us vigor, and restore II.
when impaired. Hear lu mind that Cous-
ens Compound iloiny ot lar. which ret
lieves Wfni.'ii.ug Cough, fx ire Throat.
Hoarseness, etc isaiso an liiinliih!' euro
tor C'oiisuii'ptli.ii. 'lluil il 1 1 Mil loi disiuse
a tileh cnsigi s 10 tiiHny giiud men anil
Aipin.-n to an c.-ii ly grave cau he ( intd by
oilHSeu.-,' Comiou . Honey of 'i'nr. l'rlco
Al cents a bottle, ror sale hv llti'iimh .e
1'UWlor, Dl UKiUtauluiublB, Tcui;ese,