Newspaper Page Text
Friday Morning, July 12th, 1878.
D- R. V. R. R. SCHEDULE .
No. 1 leaves Columbia -5:3fl. r. M.
" arrives at Lewlsburg. ........... 7 :UU, P. M.
. 2 Ion vrs Lewlsburg ::, A. M.
arrlvm at Coluuibi i S : 00, A. m
Trains run daily except Sunday. No. 1
roiinii it with accommodation to Nashville
and through train to MontKomery. The
H Itove SC iie.lule taken edect on and after
.May 1st, ISJS.
J,. A. N. & D. RAILROAD SCHEDULE.
Express (urrlves dally) :28 A. M.
Accommodation (except Sunday)... 5:ti v. M
Accommodation (except Sunday)... Jilii.x.
Ex press (dally) S:-) p. M.
For Ihe cheapest and bent sugar and su
gar, oltce and coffee lu town, city or vll
logc, to lo S. IC Wnlklns'.
Huar and coffee a specially at P. R. Wat-
kins. Jill 12.
S. II. Walking lias tlie highest and fullest
Mock of sugar otid cotlee In tbe town of
He sure and buy your sugar and coffee of
S. K. Watklns. JulyU
Hard Tack, I'llot Bread, Sjda and Butter
and ysler Ciaekerw at S. K. V atklus'.
Lemon just received at tt. II. lialklns'.
1 1 1'l do.t-n t mil Jars, all to be nold at low
puces, at Flam's China House. July 12-2t.
Lit, dozen Jelly Glasses lo be closed out at
Elam's China House. Jmyl2-2t..
Pieservlug KelUes, well assorted stock,
lower lliaii ever, at Flam's China House.
If you waul cheap Kulves and Forks, go
to Kiam's China House. July 12.
NEW GiXlDSTEvery few days new
goods arrive al Flam's hlna House. 7-12-21
ST. BUKNARD COAL!-HoTib & Howe.
Agents lor St. Bernard Coal. Office No. 62
North Cherry .Street, Nashville, Teun.
mVN SHE UOjfs!-The .St. Bernard Is
the cheapest and bust coal lu the market.
Address Robb X. Howe, Nah Ule, or S. R.
V uikins, Columbia. July i2-;jiu.
CHI I.UKK.N CllV-Tiit D7. Duncan's
Woriu.Syrup it is sure, safe aud pleasant to
take, and never la I Is. Try It. For sale by
i'lllow V Woldridge ruHyl7-.
Wantkd.-All kinds oi Country Produce
Wooi, (Mm, Bacon, Butter, Eggs, for
winch lue, highest market price will lie paid
at b. It. Watkims.
W. VI. Rohison is now tbe agent lor the
Kinder Sewing Machine in this county.
l;u lnnes from S2.1 lo J-Vi. iucb20-4m.
No. 1 Winter Strained Lard Oil, warrant
ed pure, at i'. Hilains inaj 24-U,
Old Williamson Couuty Smoking Tobac
co, al ante bclluiu prices, al X. B. Haius'.
Mason's Fruit Jars, price reduced, at T. B.
Kaius'. way 24-11.
Keystone Liniment cures Scratches,
Ga.l, Sprains, etc., lu horses. For sale by
JI. it. Friurs.ui; J Ieb22
li mi.Ca TiidyVi ili7acelet, during a walk
on .niidiiy evening last, lroui the C. P.
Chuicu, up Garden street lo Eleventh;
tlnnce to new grave-yard, buck Kanow
Gauge Umlroud to Garden S'- A liberal re
vard will le given If relurntd to J, P.
il. V. Weissiugcr, Spring Hill, Tcun.,
A gent American iiook Exchange. Books
loaned, sold aud exchanged, orders and
c iiisigumeuls ol Books solicited. Business
hours lroui oUiii o'clock r. m. may 1K-7S.
I.IVK .SidCKT'llEftllC.MeJ.-rhe Kural
huu Nashville, Tenu., Is oil jrlug a Cotswold
lux-k, li ,) a iMeriuo buca, (SJo,) a Houlh
(lou ii one, (i..ia Berkshire isjar, m) aud
H pair ol fi,laui-v:iilua plys, (Ji, us pieini
tuns lo c.mvasseis. These animals are
thorougli-hruds, lroui the most noted ll.a:ks
aud luids in Hie Culled (Stales. Won't
some ol ur count ry men try and capture
oue ol them? rteud lo the Kurul Hun lor
j'arl icuiats at once. ma.'t-ly.
Sl'KCIAl NO'l ICK ". To all pcrsong who
are troubled wnn oll Ulcers,Bolls, Cuts,
iiiirjis, 1'iles, Itiug-wonn, Tetter. Frost Bile
hppHt Ijipsor hands, and alleruptions ol
flisvhin, can be cured luslauily, by usini;
Jr. f. 1'. li.iiicaii'sOlntmeul with Carbolic
Acid, pijssi-ssitit; tlie mosl wonderful lieal
liik; powei ol any sal ve that has ever been
jniule, and so pronounced by all who have
u-.ed it, its i Heels are like inaic. Horses
with sore H.icas, Shoulders or Scratches,
cured instantly. Tiy It. For sale by I'lllow
V vVoldi iuc. may -"s-
Sjirll Jlnck'ittrd SjitUf
M i: Y 8 A V
K I !
VVhlrh you can do by examtiu; W. J. Phil
ips' M-sk ol jj.icmIs, No. X I'ubile SUaie.
tiii'Htirilui'iiiiii in prices of all kin. is ol
KNHis. Man Jou- l-'Hi jjt.lns in tiess lxla.
Special liuraaius lu V. K.'s. Indus' Shoes,
N.iw port 'J n s and .Supper at prices thai
t .itiiiot tail lo please, i lulbjujalj'ourowii
prlcu. Cull and examine. I aiu oet;rinlu-
d ti reduce my stuck if the lowest v liie
1,.,-tlt. W. J. 1'uil.iiw.
July IJ l.'w.
We are auLiiort.'-sl to announce JOHN
H. M HtK, ol lit k man iiutity, as a candi
date lor Countess lu llils lusiricl, coniHsel
ol Wax ik', Hickman, leivis, Iavrence,
Maury, wililanisoii aud Ulle. ElecMou in
W'rt are authorized to announce Hon. W.
S. r I .Kl INO a a candidate fr Chancellor
I ills (the sin; .haucry Division. Flec
tion the Ui-kI .Thursday 111 August next.
Hon. I-. W. J'lKI-Ki, of Franklin, Is an
nounced by authority as a candidate lor
Chancellor of l liui luvislou, oomioseil ol the
' H,unues oi Williamson, Maury, Oiles and
Matshllll. F.lfCUOU 111 AUjtllSl.
U c are autlionoed lo announce JOHN C.
IjivTi ) II, ol i, i U s, as a candidate for Chan
cellor of itus Hi vsiou al the ensuiuK Au
ttsl eUa Jlon.
futi A TTOKyKY-UKNpitAL.
W are authorized lo anuounce JOSEPH
H. r'U.SSl'.LL, ol Maury, as a caudidale for
Attoi iiey-Leiieral tor tills Judicial Circuit,
tleollou first Tnurstlay in Aumikl.
We are iiuihorijted u auuouuce ALBERT
N. MI IJ-FK.ol Maisliall county, as a eiU
lnlalelir Aiumiey-Oeueral ol the Wilt Ja
dlcisl OrouiU JSioctlou lli-st Thursday In
AVv"ai'iiuiice upon nuUiorlty LAI'S. I.
McColtl. t tides, a candidate ior Atlorney-Oem-ra
I id lliis J listricl.
vKie aiituiu izml to announce UKO. C.
TA V 1OH, ol Maury, as a caudidale lor At-tiruey-jeuiTal
ol this District at. the ensu
ing August election.
We are auihorl.el lo announce JAMES
B. Ml' Kl'H V, ol lwrence, as a eauuldate
for Attorney -Oeiieial ol this District the
i li-i..ln A UKUsl election
fOK VIKUU1T VUUKTJUIHJK.
We are authorized to auuouuce Hon. A
M. HUOll lv-4 as a candidate lor Judge ol
llieUih Judicial Circuit.
W'e aie authorized to announce Hon.
.JtMJN V. VVTUUIir, ol Maury, as a candl
liite lor Circuit J udife ol lUls Judicial Cir
cuit, i-uiupo'i) ol lue counties of .Maury,
W ilJinmsou, OUufc, Lawreucraud Marsunll.
Klirtiiin iu August.
v'e are authorizwl to aiW"ince Hon. V .
H. M.-I.KMiiliK, ol Williamson, f candi
ul lor Circuit tkjurt Judge a,l .tUo PHtteH
Wi are authorized to antiounee T. A.
H A KtP-H as a raTidiilnte lor Sueria at the
eiisutni: August election.
VS eHre am hnrt.sl to aunounce the name
of Mr. W. 1'. MAVIS, asa candidate lorHlier
III, at IheeiisuiiiK August election.
We arc Mill horized and requested to mi
)mui'ii THOM A.S J. CIlOSH V as a candidate
i!or kilurill at the eusuin August eleetlon.
t'UU H-'JUCVIT VOVKT CI.KRK.
We arc axt horiJ o announce EVAN Y.
PILIjOW as a raudldal fir Circuit Court
Clerk. Election lu Augift.
We ae authorized lo ua.uoyti.is T.
H 'K DIXON as a candidal- .'or C'rcuit
Ciftirt Clerk at the ensuing August elect lob.
Ve areautliori.ed to .announce SAM I FD
1F Mi K W FN as a candidate lor Circuit
Court Clerk at the ensuing August election.
)V-nut horir.ed lo announce 1'HKO. Lli"K
t.Mli lor ciicuit couil Clerk, at the next
We r. uthiaizist to announcfi W. O
M'l I'll KKSPiKt.N as a candidate lor C.'TCUit
Court Clerk at tbs ensuing election.
run vo vary voinr vlkrk.
We are aiitliorl.isl to a q l) ounce A. N.
AKIN, as a camlidate for tiiilifty Court
Clt k, at ihe ensuing August elccUuu.
Ve are aulhoii.isl to announce JAS. H.
Miti l'i S, ot ttie .1.1 District., as a candidate
Jor 1'ruiileeot Maury county.
W e w ant ho.lZ'Hi to aiinoiiiice K. C. Al -f-:.
AN DF.Ii, .sr., as a c indidate lor Trustee
fit Muurv rnutlr.
vt'e are authiied to announce HEN-
KY A- M A Kl'lN, ot I tie Bth district, as a can
didate lor County IrutXas St rue ensuing
We are authorized to ailllo(llls W. T. ED-
W A Rls, as a candidate lor Couuty Trustee
at tli ensuing Augusi election.
Wrnra ut liorlzeal to anuoiince Hl'OH
I j. liil.l.IFlt s a candidate for County
To rttK Vork'nsor .iIai hv Coti"ri' I here-
ry auiioiiiii-e iuystl as a caudidale lor the
oitlce of Register, and respectluljy olU:lt
I he votes ol ail wiioiuay think me worthy
aud capable ot tilling tlie ulliee.
Respect tuily. Hikam L,. Hj ii.y.
We are aiitlionzt'd to auuouuce J. H.
SVK i, of Ml. l'le:isant. an a caudidale fo-Iti-aisler
at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized lo announce JOHN
OA Rlt as a candidate for Register al the
wtiMiiuK August election.
We are authorized to announce JAMES
C.AIi'GAW us a candidal for Constable iu
the '.nil District. Election in August.
We are authorized to announce HIVS
l.TT V ms a cindidate for re-eieetlou to tlie
oilice ol t unstable tlh civil district. Elec
tion in August.
Weare authorized to announce T. JEFF.
(N )LEIH RN as a candidate for Constable
Hi civil district. Election lu August
W" are authorized to auuouuce JAMKH
j WORTH AM a a candidate for Constable
iii the liih district. He respectfully solicits
tiio You ol oy wy body.
A.T). Rrvant was In Colombia Monday,
Aim. Judge Hughes went to Lewlsbnrg
Mr. Charles M. Williams, oT New York, Is
Ieouard larke,o( Nashville, was in town
T. B. Kelley, of Lewlsburg, was In town
I. Smith, of Angu5ta, Ark., was in town
Air. Tan's Cooper, of Lewis county, was In
Esq.C. A. Armstrong, of Lwisbunr, was
In the city Tuesday.
(Xil.JohDH. Moore, candidate for Con
gress, wan In town this week.
Lawn. White went to Nashville Monday,
aud relurneu Tuesday.
Ed Miller and Walter Crawford, of Lewis
burg, were In town Tuesday.
Air. John Uarrett, of Memphis, la spend
loit a few days In the city.
ticott Davis, the popular Sheriff of Mar
shal), was In town yesterday.
Arch Hushes, Jr., went to Lewlsburg Mon
day and returned Tuesday.
J. W. Franks aud R. I Phillips, of Cor
nersville, were lu town this week.
Mias BetUe Hughes, of Franklia, visited
her cousin, Mrs. Oliver, st MU l'leaaant, this
Mr." Carter, ol the firm of Carter and
Kwlnf, Lewlsburg, went to Nashville last
IPalter McCIure, of Cornersville, came
do n Hie Narrow Uauge Monday, on his
ray to Nashville.
Hon. W . N. Cowden returned to Nashville
from a visit to his splendid family at Lew
lsburg last Monday.
Miss Park, a stylish and Intellectual
young lady of this vicinity, expected to go
to Cayce's Spriujfs this week.
Misses Florence and Nettie Luck, of Nash
vll'e, are visiting their cousin. Alias Hue
Perry, of Blgbyville.
!. T. Burton, of Nashville, a friend of
Jim Pugh, aud very jsipular with the young
grnUcmen of our lown, has graced our streets
Wlln Dls presence mis weea.
(ieo. M. Branch, of Memphis, was in town
this week. Oeorne is oneof the finest young
men that have gone irom tAiiuuibia since
the war, to seek their fortune in Memphis
Miss Carrie Mccinre, a handsome girl of
IwiburC, aud Miss Burr, another of
Hnntsville, were In lown last Wednesday.
Crntl. Frank Ballzell, the talentetl e. II tor
of one of Alabama's bent weeklies, the Troy
Jn'utrer, nas wt-eu vinmiig uur county.
W. J. isass, oi iiiyiii(!, was in lown lasi
Wednesday, enUiring about a certain Wil
liamson county girl.
Col. Joseph M. norm, ot jsajthville. was In
town Wednesday. He Is one of the most
distinguished looking men in Nashville.
W. J. i'liilips, one ol our b-.stknown mer
chants, has relumed from Hot Springs,
where he went lor his health. He returns
much improved in looks slid health, and
his many friends are ulad to see him.
J. B Siacy.Jr., of Pulaski, and Laps D.
McCord, caudidale lor Attorney -General, ate
supper at the Nelson House Tuesday night.
Tom BinKhum, Clio irrepressible and ac
complished artist, of Memphis, passed
through here this week for his old home in
Hickman. He said Us would have to re
turn to Memphis in lime lo vote. His
friends all welcome him. His brother will
come up when Tom goes back.
Mr. Miles C. Mays Teturued home last
Tuesday. He has been absent several weeks
with Alice West, wbo bus had a hotly con
tested campaign in the West. Alice also
returns this week, in chai se of Mr. Ed (jeers
J. R. McClelland and his accomplished
wile aud two little children, came down tbe
Narrow Ciauge to town lastMonday tospend
a week among Iriends.
Richard Cueniist l'rierson, a popular and
good looking druggist ol Nashville, was in
the couuty this week.
Ttios. B Mitchell, ol .Sadlersville, Roliertson
couuty, was in our city last week, lookiug
Frank McUaw showed his genial face up
on our st reets this week. It takes us back to
happier days to see you, Frank.
Ueo. T. Uughes, hio is quite sick witll
chills anil li ver. May he soon be up aijuin.
Mr. John M. Uray, of Nashville, one ol the
tirsl busiuexs iiicu of the .South, came out
yesterday. He and his beau I mil wife expect
to go to the seaside next week.
l'rof. W. R. Webb, Mrs. Webb, and their
interesting childreH, Will, Alia, and John,
all passed through here jesteiday on their
way buck Irom a visit to Norm Carolina.
The Professor is one of the best teachers
and lloest men in the Slate.
Dr. J. M. Towler anil lady left yesterday
evening for Europe. They will bu gone
about three months, and the Doctor will
spend a portion of that time In visiting the
h .spllals in l'aris, and attending the Clin
ics thus giving himself the benefit of tlie
best piduiice ol surgery aud luedlciue In the
Miss Kmma Hogwood, now at Milan,
Tcun , will lie al Columbia, on Thursday,
July 1Mb, ou her way back to Cattiey's
Creek, for the purpose of teaching school.
Mis IzoraCic 1 returned yesterday from
a trip lo Pella, Iowa, aud other points up
Miss Iewls, who lias been visiting friends
at South Berlin, returned to her homo al
Miss Carrie McCIureand Miss Nona llurr
passed through here Wednesday, on their
way to Miss Burr's be .utiful home, Tallade
ga, Ala. Miss Burr has been spending some
time with Miss McClure.in Lt-wisburg. They
were schoolmaies lu Kentucky. Be pa
tient. Will she'll be back soon.
Miss I,iiura Kittrell, a very brilliant
young lady of West Harpeth, Williamson
county, is visiting relations In Columbia
Theodore Sloan, of Nashville, was out last
week on a visit to his aunt. Mrs. W. M. Shir
ley. He amis a member ol the ti. C, Rock
City Guards, and was a faithful soldier. He
has been having the chills, aud is much re
duced In health.
J mi Anderson, of Obion county, has been
In the county soveiHl weeks. lie was in
Campbell's company dui ing the war, and
got a good furlough wounded in every fight.
Hon. E. T. Taliaferro, the distinguished
Spi-uverof the House, was in town last Mon
day nioruiuu. reuiatmug only a few hours.
Lucius J. Polk, bun of tl;e lumenied lien.
Lucius J. Polk, dee'd, cuuje np lioiii MiWls.
slppl a few days sine. The swamps aud
haul work bai n nisde him thin.
Mrs. J. M. Buruey, and her daughters,
Miss Donie, who graduated recently at Mo
Mlnu vllle, and little MissCIara, a very pret
ty gli I, are once more visiting our couuty.
They live in Ark.
The Misses Haird, three of our charming
young ladles, am 1st t in Cayce's Springs, a
niostdeliglittul resort, just over In William
son. Tom Fleming, our ellicient and faith
fill Deputy Cbancei y Clerk, went over on
Siiiurilay, spent Sunday, aud returned to
Ills post Monday morning.
Dr. All, jtl.TUatby, ol Iewlsburg, lias
been appointed ph; sijian at Elktnont
Spilngs. This U a good appointment, as he
Is a nice gentleman and a good j;UyijUii.n
The Wa ne 'i;r;i of last week kinily
says: "tien. Whin hnrue aud All. Horslev
are fiMitng i:i the beautiful Kuttnlo." Part
of tills is a mistake. Gen. W bittliorne was
not in Wayue last week, but in Columbia.
The editor of this paper, A. S. Horsley, was
lu Wayne, but reached home Friday night.
J'rof. O. li. P. Bennett lias returned from a
visit lo bis boyhood home iu Vermont,
which lid U81 not seed lu many years. lie
met lam liar face itiid scenes, nud bad a
pleasant visit. He say thil o;uitry is so
thoroughly Puritan that trout r.ili 'Rot fclfe
on Suudsy he tried them.
Prof. A.M. Buruey, of McMinnville, was
lu the county this week, and left yesterday
for home, lie is President of Cumberland
Female College.a first-class school. The Pro
lessor Is a i.')le, christian gcutleiuau, aud
an able aud envci'int teacher, and an elo
quent aud brilliant orauy. We leel proud
of blni as a uative ofWUV'i'- Jls
school opens Sep. L
Mr. Lanagan, oi iextngion, ivy., and
i ... are al the Nelson House. 1'hi-v are
atioulUui pandsomesi couple we have seen
In many aday, V, 1 .anast! Is reoeivitig
subscriptions for bis fcoii'y map, and he
is getting many shui-hmts. .iy .piv
ought to have It, as it will be full aud ac
Major James ueuui s, oupei iiiieniienr. oi
Docauur Division, B,ul dipt. Hariahan,
Roadmaster, paied down ihe road lliis
week on a liaud-car. The; were Inspecting
the load, aud found it ail right i;i to this
)suil. They reached Coliiujoia aooi;l fotr
o'clock the tlrst day, and lull early next
morning for At.hcus. MmJ. Gedds is a splen
did railroad man equal to tlie best and is
untinug in Ins efforts to keep the road iu
perfect condition. In this ne succeeds, for
an accident on tills road is an almost for
gotten thing o" the past. Cape. Harrahau Is
a '"aster ranrij.id man.
Mr. y. P.. Fleming, a nice gentleman from
Thompson Siiit'oji, was in town a few
d o s since. He recen-1;- l'.;:d the mislortune
to lose his wif.', .Miss Waral- liaddov, a
most excellent lady. '
Capt. t'rook, ol Forest City, Ark., called
on u j esteruiiv. He says our oid friend,
Dr. W. J. Matthew, Is a candidate for Sherr
ill with tlatleiiug prot-pcoi, although his
opponent, Capu 1'ai ha m, js a v ery popular
man. Capt. Ci'Mik Is slaying at the tot. pit a,
ble aud beauilful home ol ii.ijor N. Chealrs.
OVER THE COUNTY.
Parties stopping oil at Chatlanooga de
pot should drop In at Haves' hotel for fresh
lajHr beer, li ne cigars, etc., etc. Meals at all
noujv, uay i:uj pi:i:. uiii.i-ii.
Esij. V'.'A.' Iao wu d bs .. ;j;e"k for a
box ofWjfu end delicious plrirus. JSucl, do
u irul li ' ' i ,i '
hourj. day cud muhr. mn:nt.
Jlls i,l rt "(I; It-J I, ni o , -J " B o auk 11 l.-i
MnJ. li. Waul, ol K, Pleasant, has been
Very su;k i.'?ls week.
Col. Jerome B. Pillow had some trouble
with a colored mau helping him to thrash
wheat one day this week. The colored
in so came al Col. I'lllow with a pitchfork.
lUhlard Po:k took a pistol out of the tool
box aud baiided (. j.o Col. Pillow, when the
negro man left.
"IKiN'T STAY LoMJ. ' tin Young Huxbtuul,
"Don't stay long, husband!" said a young
wife tenderly Wi my preseuce oue evening,
as her husband was preparing to leave
home. The wonts themselves were lusig
li l lira lit, but the look ot luelllng fondness
wilb. which they we-e accompanied, spoke
volumes. It told l ne whole vast depths ot a
woman's love l her grief when the light of
his smile- like souree ol all ber joy beamed
not brightly upuu ber.
"iKiu't stny long, husband i" And I fan
cied I saw the loviug, geutle wife tUiug
sloue, aaixieusly cjunUug ibe moments of
ber busbaud's absence, every fetv moments
running to the door to see If he was in sight:
I aud, Pndtog that he was not, 1 imagined I
could bear her iter exclaiming in disap
pointed tones, "'ot Vet."
"Don't stay long, husband '" And I again
imagined I could soe the young viia rock
ing nervously in the great arm chair, and
weeplug as though her heart would break,
a i lie thoughtless "loid and master" pro
longed hli stay to the wearisome length of
time, ou, you tnat nave wives to ssy,
uiioii't stnv long," when you go lorth to
mix and mingle with the world, think o
t ;-eiii kindly, and try, just a little, to make
tlieir homes and heurls lmppv, for they are
gems too seldom ieplitc -d. You canuot tind
'ii :d t he pleasures of the world tlie peace
Hini loy that a quiet nome Mossed with such
a woman's :r."-eiice will afford.
"Imn't stay long, h;?staud !" And the
young Wile's look seemed to saj., "For here
in your owu sweet home is a loving heart,
whose music is hushed when you are ab
sent: here is a soil breast lor you to lay your
head upon; and here are pure lips uusoiled
by slu that will repay you WttU klsoa lor
COiUlng biKk sous."
j. Ji. Woodslilo will preaj-h ai Cross
Bridges Ohm cu on next Sunday, the ilth, at
eleven o'clock. Subject , "The homes ol tho
Hot ral n hot ral n hot rain hot.
Bragg says It la too not to tell the troth.
Mr. George Hodge has a handsome car
riage new and elegant.
. Fornood lime, apply to Weaver Bros.,
at the Butler Lime Kiln. .
Candidates, come to the Herald office
and have your tickets printed. ,
Our Mayor's house on the corner of Gar
den and Eighth, Is nearine completion.
Ladles aod gentlemen's Neck IPear to
please everybody at Embry A Frierson's. 'i
Job Printing of all kinds, done with
neatness, and at reasonable rates at this
The Shooting Club Is practising assidu
ously, and Is now prepared to receive chal-
J. T. Haraban and family expect to vis
it Maysvllle, Ky., soon to spend several
An Irrepressible corn doctor enlivened
our city Wednesday by telling some of his
Col. A. M. Looney. assuming the role of
Ben Butler In tbe Oliver Williams, came in
contact with a Mrs. Jenks. -
Miss Snsle Chappell has returned from
her visit tot ulleoka. She is popular both
at borne and abroad.
Mr. Gardner, of Indianapolis, Is In the
city. He Is going to open a large barrel fac
tory near tbe round-bouse.
Columbia Is shipping tomatoes to "the
Cash buvers. look to your interest aud
buy your goods from tbe old reliable honse of
apriz. mhky s r kikkso.
For Sale Five good milk cows. Will
exchange for beef cattle. Apply to N. J
Hats! bats!! bats!!! hats!!!! for ev-
err bod v. We can suit yon In any style of a
bat that yon wish. In price yon will find us
UWHI luau WUI. x , i, Hnuniun'ii,
Wni. P. Dooley has been appointed Hpe.
cial Deputy by the Sheriff to wait on the
court. An excellent appointment.
Robb and Howe, general agents St. Ber
nard Coal Co. Office: 52 North Cherry St
Nashville, Tenn. S, R. Hatklns, agent, Co
Mr. N. Hlrsch, senior of the firm of N
Hlrsch &Co., ot Nashville and Columbia, is
In town, and will probably spend the sum
mer here. He is quite old, but .attends to
bla business with great fidelity and sagacity.
Matt Bradley has been transferred to
Nashville lor a few week, and Mr. West, of
Kentucky. Is doinz the night operating at
I jisi Monuay unariey oomon ana w,
N. Hughes had a match at "Realty's field."
Mr. G. scored 13 out of a possible lb; Mr. H.
doing the same. On Wednesday. Wiley
made 21 out of a possible 25; Mr. Hughes 16
Dr. W. U. Brown Is preparing to have
an excellent pavement put down In front of
his nanosome resiuence. t rot, rseuuett was
superintending It. The Doctor's beautiful
daughter should have the best pavement to
There w'll be a musical entertainment
at Hamner Hall this evening by Prof. Mc
Gehee's musical troupe. Prof. McGhee Is to
tally bllud, and being In such circumstances
that he has to make his own living, he pro
poses to do It in this way. We think this
commendable, aud hope he may be success
ful this evening.
The Congressional Executive Committee
which meets here is composed of the follow
ing members, we believe : Capt. It. A. AlitcU
ell, of Giles, t-'balrm,ir'; Henry P. Fowlkes,
of Williamson; W. A. Stewart, of Lawrence;
John Talley of Wayne; W. H. Flanlgan.of
Iwls; V. M.' Johnson, of Hick jian; Major
John T. Williamson, of Maury. It Is
thought that their chief business Is the call
ing of a convention.
Mr. Josh G. Bailey will please accepf our
thanks for some magnificent tomatoes
three varieties the Trophy, the Hathaway,
and the Samuel J. Tilden. They were all
verv fine, and no wonder they were, for Josh
has" probably the best garden spot in town.
Major J allies T. Aloore will be in Santa
Fe wit ii tbe county candidates on the 2uth
of July, and will be glad to see his old
friends. A hint to the wise Is sufficient. J.
M. Crowe, who is prominently spoken of as
caudidale of Maury for the State Senate,
will also be thereon the dtli.
Mujor W. P. Ingram, President of the
Bank ol Columbia, is now boarding at the
hospitable home of Col. J. W. S. Ridley.
With such a hostess and host as the Major
has, he cannot help living like a priuce.
He will drive in five miles every morn
ing, which will lie a pleasure, with "Mollie,"
to pull hi m on aspleudid pike.
Nelson Cherry's horse (the one that car
ried a wagon load of men to Beaver Dam,
who said, afler gettinu about ten miles, they
had to walk on level ground, push up hill,
and hold back goingilown,) was scared Wed
nesday evening by some hoys with a belt, 1
and he ran down Kih Street with the empty
express. It was mighty hot, aud the horse
did not go very last, but everybody stoppud
to look at It. Jim Walker tried to head
him, but he backed his ears and Jim got out
of the way. He ran up against a tree al Bill
Truett's, aud turned the express over. I
The Cooper Helicons discoursed most
eloquent music last Monday night, while
practicing some of their familiar pieces.
Three or tour ol these young members per
form splendid, while Bruce Pickens, leader,
with a "Bessen Cornet," doesdeeidedly well.
Bruce is a young man of Hue talent lor mu
sic, mid we venture ihe assertion, that by
coutluued practice, he will some day mnke
his mark. His sister, Mrs. V., whose natur
ral born musical talent is surpaassed by no
one, bus placed her without a peer as a yim
istc We wish Bruce much success as leader
ot this band, and that be may yet staud
with his cornet without a rival.
-Just at supper time, last Saturday even
lightning stiuck a locust tree In Bev.
W bite's back yard, The tree is only fifleen
feet high. Bev. was in six steps of the tree,
and bis wife was setting at the table just be
hind him; she received a severe shock. The
lightning played on the table, and the
kutvet, iiirl Jorks rang as if they were glass.
In three steps froi',. the tree was another lo
cust, from which all tlie ubicens were
knocked out. Airs. Reynolds, who is ou a
visit to ber father, Mr. J. D. Hackney, was
st-ndlng In tne back door, seven or eight
feet from the tree, and received a considera
ble shock. The smoke smelt like powder,
and tbe report was like several cannons
tired at the same time. Mr. Hackney's
kjlcheu was in six feet of the tree, and not
iujurtd. jhebnitOewla every direction.
The "Uberall Du'' Is toiniug.
Who did the biting at Elkmont Springs,
last week, they must have been wrath).
our witty and handsome young friend,
Frank Herudon, has our thanks lor the big
gest plum we ever saw. It was bigger than
a dnck eug, and a little littler thau a goose
egg, and almost as pretty aud sweet as his
Allen Vandlver, of Lewis county, Rock
Hoose Creek, took a keg of tar to Mr. Paris
ChPfcer Ths Collector, last Monday. Volo
ne S'si WrjTon'i le R5ell'i will not. get
that, as Air. Fiauigan says' fre bS not yet
reported what be did wRh tbe Iliju barrelE
placed lu his charge to puy off the tax.
-Capt. S. D. Strickland, of Lawrence, and
MlssMargatet Hardin, also of Lawrence,
were married on the il of July at Mr. Paris
Cooper's house, lu Iewls it being a runa
way match. Tbe attendants were : Air. R.
E. Lee and Miss Agnes Cooper. Esq. Cooper
performed tbe ceremony. Capt. Strickland
belonged to John C. Brown 's;id Tenn., and
Vs 2. grvilam soldier. Tbe bride is a hand
some f. Jufi '-t abo'it twenty summers.
Josh G. Baile 'cite tlie efis fr"iu the
peerless potatoes, weighing eighUn bed
nineteen ounces, and planted a row of thir
ty feet, and made by actual weight 50 pounds
of potatoes. They were planted March olh,
and dug the Win of June.
Mr. Thos. J. L8biey,livlng near Mt.Pieas
it. in this county, made ou ten acres, 'Hi
bushel,, of vheat, or au average of 21 bush
els to I he; acre. Ti)3 t7bo!e elgbteen acres
ma le 3I bushels, or flu avei iige ct ever 1M
bushels per acre on tbe whole crop. Air. J.
S. Griffith, who thrashed the alioye drop,
made an average of dlteen bushels per acre
;'' "I nil teen acres, and kM uusbels on 55
Fortv-nlne oaa Of fivery fifty cases of
Cholera commence In some form. n,f pisr
rbea. Run iu risk of life, but go to Jit
comb'Sifc Towler's. aud get Dr. McCabe's
renowned M'tlinilfd Illiwkberr.i Jlriindy,
made from ben y and root, the best bowel
aiswo remedy lu the word. iuayl-;im.
AJet lowirtUed liters they ioatj you a
dollar and chalk it down till' lu-mo.iuVi
for a bottle of Merrell's Hepatlne lor the
Li ver; the enormous expense of Importing
ingredients of this great liver medicine into
tills country, is why our Druggists, Titcomb
V Towler, sell but one sample bottle to the
same person for ten cents; but as there are
titty doses in the large size lottles, il is
cheap euough after all at two cents per
dose, for a medicine that has never been
knoi u to fjJl in the cure of dyspepsia aud
HV dlseiU'.eiJ Of tl.-e liver Jt has peyer failed
lrt the cure ot lrver compicini wueu i.kbu
as directed, no matter ol how long manning
the disease. It cures chills and lever, con
stipation of the Dowels, dyspepsia aud liver
aohiplHjnt. Sample bottle ten cts.; regular
iUe, fifty dobes, s(4W,
The Uberall Du I tbe Tberall Du !
Peh-sal liEAUTY, Wealth ad
ent. V.'.y 1 Siek Its Ihiy. There are threi
bright links in the numm character tbat
we scarely see united, Beauty Health and
Talepf Each has its peculiar grace, power.
iici. Out ?.ut of t 'lose three favor
ed gifts whlcltiiod has i,eKfiwoi oi, ri-hl
qn man, wealth is far fc'ri'Sertibie and hiore
essential fu the estimation of some than the
bewitching charms o beauty or thesnperlor
exceileni of talent, Tbe golden chain of
wealth will give uan a passport in society
which no other oue thing else could give.
No difference how uncouth iu mauners, re
pulsive in appearance, and uncultivated the
mind of the man of wealth, bis gold will
cause faults to be forgotten it will cause
him to be ushered into the best society; it
will purchase for him all the destresof earth.
Wealth produces good, and has desirable in
Juenoe at well ps bail production and evil
Jjfleci. Wealth Is ls ksy that unlocks the
coldest heai Is. and catlsd ot tjweet lyotds pi
kiuduessui to be poured iuto the ears of the
possessor. Wealth has its thonanjg of wor
iuipers kneeling at its feet. Tib wealth that
seuii. shipi. o'er dikUP t seas; Us wealth that
sends the smoking looomotive from the At
lantic to the western Pacinc. Although
wealth be desirable and essential, it is uot
the only gift that has an edect on the hu
man ralud. Bauty weaves around Ibe heart
nl man a bright and lasting chaim. Who is
it hat cau g7, upon the gracefully molded
form, the blight aud intelligent soul-speak-'Cg
eye? Who Is it that while going ou to
love, v, .n2 sua Id fsil to have bis admira
tion heightened into oe-- iiyeD adoration ?
Toe next in claim is taieni- ii it i. o.
thegreatest gifts which God has bestowed
upon maukind. 'lis talent that has written
all the histories ol our land. Tis from talent
that we gain the sweetest and brightest pro
duction of poetry. She first saw resemblance
ID plants, aud divided them Into classes,
orders and speplea. Talent dlwovered Anitr-
ica. Talent gave ner ireeooui. i aieut insue
her laws and supported thej.. Twas talent
that aicended higher and higher, Qacght the
lightning in her grasp aud bb&iued 11 down
forever. Sue discovered the laws of gravi
tation. She fashioned bar a telescope, aud
looking out ou the starry heavens, saw new
slsrs, measured tbe remote distance of
planets, weighed their matter, and explain
ed their motion. Then we see wealth and
talent working together. Talent shows
wealth what to do and how to act, and
wealth with her enthusiasm perforins the
wort. Which should be considered the
greatest, wai'hj No, Riches wt.l fly
away. Beauty f No. Beauty V Hi soot;
fade. Talent; Yea. Taleut will live far.
'ur Rock Spring. Ten a
SPRING HILL ITEMS.
Dr. Newell, of Ash wood, preached at the
Episcopal Church In this place, on lsst
Sabbath, the 7th instant, to an ap
preciative audi en Cf. The services were in
teresting, and the sermon able and learned.
This venerable minister retains the vigor
and earnest ness of bis more youthtm days,
and looks as If he might live to bless the
church by bis labors for many years yet.
Mr. Gray baying recovered from his late
sickness, and relurnrd home from Nash.
vllle, preached for his congregation on last
Services at tbe Metbodl.it church on Sun
day; the beginning of a series of meetings
wnicn are to continue duringt he weett, Dotn
day and night. Dr, Malley preached iu the
toronoon one of the best sermons of his life,
from Luke xvi. Sv last clause, "For tbe
children of this world are iu their genera
tion wiser than tbe children of light;" one
point of which only, we will mention, that
is, the laciiiiy witu wnicu mouey can oe,
aud is raised to defray tbe expenses ot bops,
pic-nica, and all such, by "the children of
this world, while, for church purposes and
the support of the gospel. It Is found so diffi
cult and hard for "tbe children of light"
the members oi the church, to raise what is
needed lor tnis purpose, ine ouarieny
meeting embraces next Saturday aud Sun
day, tbe 13th and Hth lust
ra tbe Dally American of last Friday there
is a criticism ny rtev. ur, rainier, oi new
Orleans, ou Prof. Winchall's complaint, at
n is removal irom a iroiessorsmp in v an
derbllt Unlverssty, which is not only a ref
utation of the Professor's claim, to a resem
blance between the case of Galileo aud him
self, but it Is a most courteous and proper
rebuke to his presumption. After running
the parallel between the cases of the Pro
fessor ana uauieo, anu snowing in at tnere
was really no resemblanceln them, he adds.
"The Professor has nothing to complain of
Dut niortinea vanity, ana tne toss or nis sti
pend," and "wants to excite popular ven
geance against men whose common sense
rejects a meM speculation, without histori
cal or traditional basis," He claims that he
is persecuted. By the same reason lng,a law
yer, doctor, editor, clergy man, pilot, sailor,
soldier or mecbanio would be persecuted
when, for satisfactory reasons, an employ
er would dispeuse with bis services. The
Professor betrays a singular ignorance of
the meaning of a very accessible and rcncli
discussed chapter of recent history. This is
so marked tbat we should consider bim a
very unsafe guide in historical researches
more remote." These are the opinions of
Dr. Falmer, wno lsjustiy recognized as one
of the ablest logicians, as well as one of tbe
most learned divines on tbis continent.
We met with our geulal and kind-hearted
friend, T. W. (Dlcki Bullock in Franklin on
last Saturday, looking not quite so corpu
lent, but fully as handsome as when he left
us for Washingtou City. Tbe ovation of
fered to him on his return home, by the
people of Franklin, meeting bim at the De
pot with a baud of luusic, aud greetings of
welcome, must have caused his heart to
swell with most pleasurable emotions. His
respouse to tbe address ot welcome was
said to be the happiest effort of his life, well
ing up as it did Horn the great deep ot bis
heart, which had been stirred to its cehter
by the unexpected but warm and outgush
ing demonstrations of personal regard and
Dr. J. W.Sharberhns been absent recently,
visiting a patient iu Giles county, near Bu
lord's slalion, and this week lie is visiting a
patient lu Humboldt. loth of these cases
are Dropsy, a disease In the cure of which
Dr. Sharber has ueeu very snccessiui.
Cayce's Springs, now owned and under
the special management oi sir. joun cayce
and Lis accomplished wife Is beginning to
receive a lull snare oi mat patronage to
which the merits of its healthful waters en
title it. Alaury county is well represented
there, in some ol its loveliest aud most
beautiful young ladies, prominent among
whom aie the Misses Baird ol Columbia.
Tuls Is a most pleasant resort for those who
are seeking a quiet retreat from the bent
and dust ol city life, with an abundance of
cool, delightful sulphur, freestone and cha
lybeate water, wi1 u goou accommodations,
and kind aud polite hosts.
Mr. Robt. W. Mcl,emore, jr., Willi his good
and accomplished little wife, formerly Aliss
Klla iiusu, oi uo.., nave just returned irom
ins plantation iu Mississippi. We welcome
them buck to their beautiful home.
Mr. Horace Polk, we regret to learn, Is
mite sick at Mai. Brown's. He is the pri
vate Secretary ol the Major, and his sick
ness wil be regretted by ail who know him.
Mrs. J. Marsh Mayes, was out on a visit to
lier relatives and friends in this place lu--t
Aliss I.Mary L,ou is?ese, or hr.inHI.il, a
daughter ol the latejude Reese, ol 1 nox
ville' with her little nephew Richard Cook,
has been visiting friends in this vicinity.
Mrs. ijjinra Brown has ueen sintering late
ly with ueura'gia, but is neaily well agaiu.
Alisa Rebecca Frierson, ;. talented young
lady, and one of Columbia's most success
ful teachers. Is on a visit to her sister, Mrs.
L. P McL-more.
Aliss Willie Pope, of 1'ulnskl, just budding
Into a btautiful young lady, is on a visit lo
her auul. Airs. J. W. AlcKlssack.
The two M lsses Hall, ot Louisville, rela
tives of Mrs, Lucy Gibsoo , who ha ve just ar
rived otra visit lo .api. iii'isen and lamiiy.
joining Miss Mamie Uibsou and Miss Sarah
iiaaillM, Ol IN Hsu vi lie, w i ill nave ueen ineie a
short lime, will make the attractions ol
Woodlawn Irresistible to all the young
Miss Wilson, a handsome black-eyed
young lady ot Columbia, is visiting friends
in this place.
Aliss Jennie Bond, of Williamson, form
erly of this place, is out on a visit to the de
light ol the oeauxgeuerally, aud of oue iu
Aliss Anna Voorhies.of Columbia, a great
favorite here, is spending a short time with
her beautilulcousius one married aud the
The venerable sister ot Capt. A. Thomp
son, Mrs. Win. Fleniiug, of Williamsou, is
lying very low and uot expected to live.
Mr. Aubry Shirley, agent lor "The Royal
Path of I ite."ono of tlie best biaiks ever
published, expects to pisitpolumbUt sevjn iu
the interest ol bis ageucy. He is a nice.
Intelligent and reliable young man, aud we
hope he will meet with liberal encourage
ment. Col. Alartln T. Cheairs left a few days ago
in company with his good sister. Airs. Shee
gog. lor White Clif? Springs, among tlie
mountains of Fast Teuiiesee. His health
fecetif jy 'has bee'i y'orye thau nsusl.
We. have Ceiiit'e us (0"me cqttpu ljo;is pull
ed by Sir. It. W. McLeiucro, Jr., ou his .Mis
sissippi plantation on the lrth o! June.
They are fully bair-growu.
Two ot Franklin's most charming young
ladles. Miss Auua Lm McLemore aud Aliss
Corinne GlasK, ace visiting friends In this
Rivkh Station". 7,'.' Maru-ijoil. News Is
so seal ce this week that our communica
tion must ot necessity be very short.
Tbreshii'g w heat is the order of the day,
and it is very much injured by the recent
rains. The yield Is very poor lu our neigh
borhood, from three lo live bushels be
IffiB ''!e acreage.
Tbe'eletipuls the geuejt.1 tplp of pou
Versulton In the village, aud there are So aie
persons iu and near lite Station who can
tell within three votes of how many any
candidate will get at any precinct.
We are very sorry that we are to lose
from our midst Air. Jesse Rush ton and
family. He goes to Hickman to teach
school. Air. Willie Rushton also has left
Jor that county to teach. He will be missed
by all, as he Is oue of our very nicest young
Miss Lula Bentley, a most noble exemp"r
of eminias loveijuess, le.'t severe! days ajjo
for Lawretieeburg to bd gon six 'iudhths.
She expects to leacu a part ot the lime. She
carried with her her beautiful sister, Misss
Tommle, who is one of tbe most intelligent
young ladles that weever knew.
We noticed lu the llKuau of the 2Xth of
Juno where oue 1 "ci(rt.'reminds"Idler"
ol his quotat ion murks, ami in the last Is
sue "Idler" acknowledged that he forgot lo
use bis liiiotaiiou nir.rts, aut iu he last Is
sue we noticed that the nmntU-m correspond
ent from Alt. Pleasant very uncoutuly aud
uugeutleiuanly accuses some of' tbe item
lzeis ol st'ttliiKj a quolattou Irom some ot her
correspondent, but he used no name, but as
reborrowed one from him he doubtless
meant us; and as ha i;igas no name we
scarcely know how to address bim, but he
having gained considerable ur,.e at quill
driving, w'e will dub him Knight of the
Ouill. Sir Kulgbt, had we been quoting
Irom a Poe. an Addisou or a Pope, we most
aoiurotoy WoaiU hy.vt i;(jd 4uotatli:u marks,
but we telt askured that every reader ot the
Hkkai.d would perceive at ouce who those
liues were by, tuere being but oue mind
extant c ipable of conceiving of such sub
limity of thought aud beauty of diction and
tbat one Inclosed iu your wonderful skull.
Now, Sir Knight, you said that you would
think ol us with a very large size towel sat
urated in Lu bin's extract of violets pressed
lo our forehead; but as we Pke lo Lo re
membered lu sush a luuunei: pa will be
most plctsant to the cue vbo is so very
kind, we would' suggest that if you would
rhrow ynuiseti ou me outside of a' quart Of
KobertsoU couuty extract of John ' Barlev
Coru, jaa you are wont to do,) that you
V'ould le"l more ualiiral and entirely t
nine cad have ss-eeier Urertti:
Iii vjstous would flit acroi yuur mlud, und
we would ue uaiisiateu lo the seventh
heaven oflionor, having been thought of
pleasantly by this the Modem Piodigy ot
11, a ililele.LUtU UJUtUrV. Ami in
sion, sir KuignL, ailuouh our correspond
ence with the Heka lu is very limited, yet
we are not so infantile in years, and there
fore have long since learned not to fear any
noise, much less the braylug of the ti.ni;-
.(,r il .fo i..
' Atis.' Alarlah Lasuu and Mrs. AUnnla
Neeley were visiting In the neighborhood
ourtype setter made ns make several
mistakes last week. Hope he will do better
Columbia Hihh Si hooi.. Below will be
found the names ot the pupils of the school
who attained the highest average of the
term and examination marks combined, in
their respective classes. Maximum SKk
Advanced Classes Senior Algebra, W. S.
Flemiug, 2oS; Junior Algebra, 1. F. Sevier,
Jr., :hr, commercial Arithmetic, H. Y. (Ill
riaiirs 13U; Practical Arithmetic, R. C. .'wing
Ssi; BiHk Keeping,' William' Horsley 2.;
Dictation, W. S Flemiug l!7;j; Kuglish Gram
mar and Composition, W. T. White
French, W. S. Fleming i2; Senior Greek, W',
S. Fleming 22S; Junior Greek, T. F. Sevier,
Jr., 21s; Senior Latin, W. S. Fleming, 2 ; In
termediate Latin, 11. Y. Williams -MS; j unior
I Attn, S. L. Caruthers 2tXI; Trigonometry, H.
Y. Williams 24S.
Intermediate Classes Arithmetic, W. A.
Adcock 2W; Dictation, W ebster Harris 2.m;
Eugllsh Grammar, J. Al. Williams, Jr., 212;
Geography, J. M. Williams, Jr., 277; History,
J. M. W illiams, Jr., Z7.1.
Certificates for proficiency In Commercial
I -ii.MiK:etl';and Book Keeping were award
ed to wiiiiam turdiey, v . 1. wim, ana j
Yot xo Al en. .' A Mar. Tbe young
men of Colusubia indeed deserve great
Iiraise for the way they are succeeding in
ile. There are, ol course, some exceptions
to this general remark, butas a class, taking
one and ail together, they are superior
men. They ttick to tbolr business, attend
church most of them arc leading men In
I.....I,.,. .nH ,,ti.r.iniini,k a ,..! i h
aremiberand reliable. When we glance
around we rind that s majority of our lead
ing merchants, uoctont anu lawyers are
young men. 1 hey are all iioing as well as
those more advanced In years, aud are pub
lic spirited, 1 literal and ambitious. We love
to see it. ami are always glad to see them
ericonraged; besides they arenol"stnck up'
like young men used to lie, aud wheu a
strange lady or gentleman visits onr town,
tbey eert theiseives to make pera-en;oy
their stay. Go it, young OXVU. PuaU tor
Ward, i;aoJU at top,
1 ' i FORTUEIJ JsfcrH. '
Arranged to Music by Ceo. W. Jtlartiii,
When evening robes the Western. hills .
- At mellow twilight henrs,
And wooing zephyrs dews distil
I' poji the ifii rating flowcrU; .
When. HtUe stars In asare deeps, '
Ligit up tbe clear, blue sky,
And Nature calmly, sweetly sleeps,
Tis then for thee I sigh.
I sigh for those sweet words you've spoken,
. For tbat dark soul-Ut eye,
For tbese vows so rasbly broken,
; 'Tis for thee and them I sigh.
When dreams have came with magio power,
And render life ideal, .
Then In e v ry "breeie-and flower
Thou art a spirit not unreal;
Then lu my waking thoughts there lives
One who is forever nigh,
One who all my rapture gives,
i ou ior wnom x aione sign. unorus.
Soon for me these scenes must change,
Noon these flowers most lade;
Then should cruel fate estrange
.Every joy wnicn love nam maaer
Turn again those eyes upon me.
Let me then their love lights spy.
Shed again those beams upon me, -
'Tis ior mem ana tuee i sign. cnoras.
. r: 4 f-l Y i . i. VUXPOEUS. :
Alt. Pleasant, July lOtb, 1878.
CAAIPBELL STATION ITEMS.
George AIcEwen and Marshall, two color
ed men from Columbia, came to oar village
not long since, and got up a political meet
ing of the colored people. The meeting was
at ' night. Alarsball made a fiery speech
Some of tbe white people attended the
meeting through curiosity, and some atten
ded who are working In the Interest of cer
tain candidates, judging irom tne ulstauce
they came. A certain white man was Jog
ging along after dark on bis way to tbe
meeting when neieii in witu anotner white I
same place be was. He did not wlsb this
second party to know where be was going
He says the second party seemed to be in
the same Ajviie wasi so they slipped off"
from each other and met at the meetiDe.
For turtber information on this point ask
the man who lives in the vicinity of stl
versvllle who Is the strongest man for Pil
low for Clerk, and be will take pleasure In
giving tbe desired Information.
Mr. Davia w. uooaieiiow, wno has been
section foreman of the railroad at tbis place
siuce 1ST;;, has been promoted to conductor
of the construction train. The eomninv
couiu not nave ruiae a oeiter selection.
The suit of Airs. Liszle Copeland, against
the -Memphis aud Charlestou Railroad, for
t he killing of her husband, was taken to tbe
Supreme ijourt of the State of Alabama.
that court counrmea tne decision of the
lower court, which gave Mrs. Copeland (2-5.
Airs. David R. Sowell and ber daughter.
mrs. uuey, irom msea. visiiea ner son. A
B. Sowell. lu this village, last week.
John layior, son oi our fellow-citizen.
John W. Taylor, who went to Texas In the
year 1K72, returned to tbis place a few days
ago. his rather did not kuow mm. ue bad
changed so much. lie was quite a youth
wtien ue leu neje.
The Bev. James n. uraasnaw. oi tne Fres-
oyteniu cuurcn, wno now lives in Georgia.
p reached at Ever Green last Sunday. He Is
a brother of Mrs. Joseph B. Gracy, and is a
broiher-in-law of two ex-Governors of this
Suite, Neil S. and John C Brown.
There seems to be a belief among the peo
ple mat 11 an t tie canuiuaies wno are now
running for olllce remain on tbe track, we
will have a uegro for Circuit Couit Clerk,
and oue for Register. 11 the candidates for
these offices cannot tlx up something
among themselves to defeat this thing 6f
polling negroes into these offices, the peo
ple ought to take tbe matter in band, and
put the strongest man In the field. The
people ot Maury county are not yet prepar
ed to see colored men Inducted into as Im
portant offices as these two are.
i'ay what yon owe: All pi
to us by note or account, will please call and
settle at once, We ne-d our money.
Kmukv A Fkievson.
UBERALL DU WHAT IS IT?
Alit. A. S. Horsley DetrSir: We, the un
dersigned, would respectfully request you
to Inform us as to what is meant by the
"Uberall Du," the mysterious term with
which your paper Is filled:
W. C. Sheppard Is it a home?
R. W. Walkins Is It from Spring Hill? '
A. B. R ilus Is Ita wedding?
Whitney Flemlug is it a steam car?
J. Hendricks Is it a darling?
Sims Latta Is It an execution?
Iievi King Is it cold water?
s. R. Watklns Jwit a oircus?
W. li. Dobbins is it Fouitb of July?
W. J. Dale, Jr., Is It lo yards of calico?
F.Cooper Frlerson Is it a bruuette?
T. B. Rains, Jr., Is it an elephant?
A. D. Ciwppell Is it a bull-frog?
J. P. W illiams Is It a sell?
J. R. Hodge Is It Blue Alarlah?
Ed. Balrd Is it a new race horse?
- Juo. Franklin s it a shoerstring?
E. i oest Js it a pateut churn?
W. H. Jordan Is it a new brand?
W. C. Shelton Is it a mule s lather"
H. Crone Is it what it is?
E. W. Carmack Is It a candidate?
Ii. i. Adler Is It a Returning Board?
1-M. Green Is It a sheep skin?
. Frauk Holler Is It Bragg 's sweetheart?
J. M. Tucker Is It a baby if It is here?
J. T Tucker Is roy debts due?
Joe Cowley Is it a three-eyed cat?
Geo. sedberry I it a Alurphy boneta?
Eil. Tucker Is It a show?
s. H. Adler What sort of a drink Is It?
W. -J- Green Is it a girl or boj
W; Hildrei.li Is It an pld ball
Frank Joidan Is it a printer's "8vll?u
J. H. Ram bo Did It come in a basket?-
T. B. A I ford -Is It a stem winder?
,. T. Voss Is it an open lace?
H. T. Haines Is U a humbug?
I1.. W. Fulwiler Is It A Horslev.
Jtr. If. A hernathy Is It a pretty wprpsn;
Frank Wiley- it tfte ash-pan pi the
nw fire enginei
U. A- Dpoley quess He's 8 MoUle AJa
gwire. J. W. Bioknell js It a ffark hone for
Ed. W. Bond What kind Qt a drees does
Guess again, boys. Ed.
Buffalo, Wayne On., Tess,1
Friday, July 6th, 178.
As it Is raining so that I cannot do any
out door work, 1 have concluded to work
mv news press a little, as I imagine tbat 1
ee an item Pf tvyo npar tbe" point of It.
la the 4 ist place 4 will mention, tbe
soanty wheat crop our farmers are now
threshing. Hj far as I have learned Tour
bushels per acre Is about the average, and
tlie quality Inferior. Best market price
flu and tw cents per bushel. The corn crop
looks fine, and farmers are nearly through
ou Saturday, June 22, the Masons from
different lodges met at Ashland for the
Purpose of dedicating-the ball at tbat place,
he occasion was attended by a large and
well behayed audience. The prooesslgn
r as formed In front ol t he hall, and headed
by the Waynesboro Cornet Baud, which
imparted to every oue sweet melodv, tbe
marched to the beautiful grove In front of
Mr. P. II. Craig's, where a stand bad been
erected for the benefit of the orators of the
day. First address by tbe Hon. Levis
Woods, second Judge James Doherty, and
last but not least, Rev. Comer, Presiding
Eider, after which a bountiful dinner was
prepared to man hungry suls.
The district meeting began yesterday,
July the 4th, in Cliftou,- ami will' continue
perhaps until Monday. '
The army of candidates In our county
continues lo increase. We bave nine per
manent candidates for Sheriff others In
propurliciU. The probajdlity i somebody
is goiug o gef, Ueai... ' '
Died, al nls residence on Iarain' Creek
on last Sunday, Major Alat Diokorson, of
urn In disease.
There will be a called session of tbe Cir
cuit Court held lu Waynesboro 2d week In
August, for the purpose of clearing up the
Tbe Hon. Mx. Savage addressed the people
ol Wayne county, al Waynesboro, a few
days ago, giving his views as to tbe best
policy to be adopted for the purpose of satis
lying tlie State debt. I did uot have fhs
pleasureof hearing hli on his subject,
but t learn that lie ii; in favor 01" leaving
the v.'hole matter exclusively to the people,
Aud'that is exactly my ditto, and the soon
er the belter; for so loug as it is left to 'those
who have it just as they want it, it will nev
er be changed, never be paild,' scaled nor
repudiated, so let the ' peop.ln tpttK fcti ji
tin:e,ftudl tejlevethe woof' will by, and
ibfe Stales COQ, BV KFALOKIAN.
M y thoughts lie open to thee, dear,
A lid my kind heart will long for thee,
R ejolce that we will never fear,
Y ou know our love will ever be.
11 our aitiy pylons W4644:
at a'lov'it is lo know.
O h, what
I! emember what our lots bave been,
T hough we are friends again onoe more,
K re the evening shades descend
R ound and near my owu true friend.
Carter's Creek, July 8th, 1878.
Pay what you owe! All parties Indebted
to us by note or account, will please call and
settle at onoe, We need our money.
A Prp f BOHTtJS Interior. - Iiy i'rii.
liu'ite a lixed'iiul"titude of Maury's Voters
were greeted at Rock Spring last Saturday
by the many aspirants for county office,
some of those geuilemen were very placid
and brief in their remarks, while others
were long and lootny, tedious and tlreuome.
There is now. and will be until after tbe
election, a mighty shnfrllnf in ranks for
votes. There is hardly a cabin or corner but
what will be plundered to the utmost for
votes within the next few weeks. We nev
er saw so much swapping or more Interest
takeu iu any election before. Some are pro
posing to give two tickets for one; by the
way this reminds us of (B. B. B. B. B. B.)
Branches Bulger's Banly, Banty's Barter
Business. Now, Mr. Editor, we would net
have said anything about this negotiating
ticket, lor bound purps, but It was funnr to
A us first time' we' ever1 Ijeard pf the' like, and
we uo not say uiai. niutj santy aiu agree
to put in a ticket tor two purps, but It Is
presumable that he did. Secondly, Mr. Ed
itor, we will not ask you to tell ns wuether
B. B. Is of the gasguune mender or genuine
fender, and nqw lastly, we will say nq more
i. Ii. about those high Pnoed purps, until
ht tue entcnou, it ever, ior tear soma lei
lo w finds ont tne value oi toe dutdb in
low flnds out the value ol tbe purps and
! R away up to Nashville snd invenusome
more dog tax, and then It will cost us soine-
W neat straw Is almost cleaned up, and we
find the yield very light indeed. Tbe 2tth
district will hardly make enough to pay toll
if threshermen get as much as tbev want.
Mad Dog. Lefller Stamps and Ben I4c
saarab cftise near being bitten by MelugTtrs
mad dog, "King," last week, at Prim m'a
Springs, Fur particular & aa,
. ' CULLEOKA NEWS.
From some ranse there have been no
"Items" In tbe Herald from this place for
nearly a month. So perfect bas been tbe si
lence that some of the other places in the
county may think that the "earth baa open
ed ber mouth and swallowed up" Culleoka.
In order tbat this Impression may not go
abroad, your cor respondent naa concluded
to send yon a few notes this week.
Tbe beloved pastor of the M. E. Church.
Rev. P. A. Sowell, and his estimable wife,
bave been absent for a week on a visit to
bis father's. They will probably stay about
a week longer. In the absence of the pas
tor, bis pulpit was filled on Sunday by two
of our young preachers; Rev. J. E. Harrison
In tbe morning preached a very Interesting
and unique sermon on the parable of tbe
talents; Rev. K. W. Erwin followed at night.
snowing conclusively tne lony 01 naiuo
between two opinions." Tbese are both
very promising youug men. who bave com
Dieted the course of study at the school
here, and are now pursuing their studies at
Vanderbilt. Culleoka is yery proud of "her
Neither of the Profs. Webb have returned
yet. We miss them very much. Prof. John
and family are spending the summer In
Nashville, while Prof. "Sawney" has
taken bis interesting family to N. C. to visit
Several of Culleoka's fairest daughters
(and I tell you. Air, Editor, confidentially,
ttiey are fair) have been visiting other
places during tbe last month. Aliss Sallie
W., who has been spending several weeks
in tne f ranklin ana spring mil neignoor
hoods, was seen at her regular place In
church Sunday morning. Culleoka will be
very Jealous of either ot those places if by
any means tuey succeed in roouing ner en
tlrely of her "pet lamb."
Miss Mollie P., whom your Mt. Pleasant
correspondent takes such delight iu compil
raentiug. and waose charms baffle all mi
descriptive powers asa mm, nas been
spending sometime In visiting the com
inencement exercises 01 iuartin college. 10
our great delight she returned last week
Miss ireue o., wno nas ueen spenaing
some weeks visiting friends In Corners ville
and Lewlsburg. has returned nome.
Miss Moiue w. nas oeeu giving evidence
of the literary cast of ber mind by ber visits
this summer: for. after going through the
closing exercises ol her school, and that ol
Messrs. Webb, she attended In quick suc
cession the commencement at vanaeront.
Franklin and Pulasal. By the way, she bas
not only one from this piaae that attended
Vanderbilt commencement; and your cor
respondent speaks knowingly when be
says that the delegation iroiu Cnlleoka was
not surpassea in intelligence, wit anu oeau
ty by any that came from Nashville, Mem
phis, or anywhere else.
Notwithstanding the above mentioned
drain on the young ladies of trie place lor
the past month, there were others still left
enough to no nouor to any inner piaoe.
Messrs. Joshua and Robt. Harrison have
closed out their schools, aod have "come
back to their lather's bouse" to spend the
Very little wheat has been bought here
yet, and but little other trading is being
done. One of our merchants went into an
other's store the other day and bought flity
cents worth of goods, saying, "If we can't
get any customers, we caa trade among our
The farmers are generally through laying
Dy tneir corn, anu nave ueen very uusy
siuce threshing wheat.
Judge Williams has bougnt out tne con
fectionery heretofore run by Mr. Fraley,
giving him a horse and buggy for nis strck.
The J udge will now undertake to to supply
the town in candies and sweet things, anu
Mr. . iiM rtae.
An effort Is being made to make np a sing
ing class for the next ten days lor that ac
complished musician, Prof. Dortcb, of Big.
ny vine. 1 nope it win succeeu.
The presence or miss cuappeu, 01 you city
has added greatly to the interest of our vil
lage for the past week. She is visiting her
menu, miss Laura r .
Our youug lelks have been having some
very nice musical entertainments recently.
They meet at some house where there is a
piano, anu, witu otner instruments accom
panying, such as guitars and violins, fur
nish some a-i sweet music, both lustrmnen
tal and vocal, as can be heard anywhere.
eveu In tbe park at Columbia. These little
parlies nave developed some ve'y tender
attachments, as is illustrated by the time
some of the young men stay when they, go
to see tDeir lair ones, une 01 tuem, iu w.
E so far forgot himself recently as to stay
exceedingly late; be called at 8 o'clock, p.
ni.. on tne tn, uiu. auu remained 11:1 oue
o'clock on the following day ! He was ex
cusable, however, for he had been absent a
j ear at school; had been at home ouly tw6
weeks, and iu that lime bad been to see Itrr
but ten-limes, which you kuow, Air. Editor,
Is not too often. Ou this occasion, be said
tbe time passed so rapidly, but she. when
asked to sing, began with:
"The hours creep slowly by," etc,
But still the enraptured yotinij ruau eat as
though he were lisienlug td'the sous ol an
angel, and, wihu the had finished the song
lie cuueu, "noiue more, 11 you please.
When at last be did get ready lo leave, and
found it was so late, he exclaimed, "Tbese
nights are so short." "Yes," said she. "uot
long to sleep, 11 oue could get the benefit of
all ol U."
Anuriiow, nr. rvntor, one more thought.
and we close: The following card was
found by your correspondent ou tha iihuruh
floor Sunday murnlng; "MUs Rcssle (LUz:e)
W. la the prettiest gin in the univrrv, com
posed ana written by Joel T. Rivers!" Coine
down, Mr. Editor, aud see for yourself.
IFor the Herald aud Mall.
Ye who have eyes to see the world
oofl s glorious world, so wondrous fair,
As, like a map, it lies unfurled,
Composed of water, earth and air.
Oh ! look ye well, thank God for ryx
iinai urink the sunlight 110111 me s&teg.
And ye that hear sweet soundlug strains
'fbat 311 the air irom Nature's choir,
Ad list to love's solt, lond, refrain
That e'en can calm a demon's ire.
At once, tbauk God, in words sincere.
That be hath given you ears that h-r.
When gentle jephyrs, hoaveuwafd bound,
With sweetest odors, fan tby cheek.
A.nd dainty viands, handed round,
c4unieaHefi mceuse, uien ue meea,
And meekly to your Maker tell
our gratitude for seuse oi smell.
Delioloui are the fruits of earth;
Abundant, too, 'though none to waste,
But who could prUe their rrul worth
Unless endowed with sense rffmfr'
So for f7u' sense your thanks should rise,
Ul&C IJlftKlUl UiVCUBC, to LUC liKloa.
Rememb'rest thou that gentle Ivitch.
Caused by a mother's loudest kiss ?
There's naught can melt thy heart so much,
or nil my soul witu purer bliss;
Forget it not, but thankful be
That sense of fof'cf; was given thee,
Behold the blind ! go to his cry.
hee tne ileal mute : let symp thy flow.
Whom odors know not, grant a sigh.
Whom taste Is 'barred, thy pity show.
As though he felt it, grasp the baud
Of the palsied arm; 'tis God's command.
He's rich who hath the senses all,
More rich than Creesus deaf or blind.
No sense so peor, or yet so small
That gold, however much refined,
Could buy. Then be eon'jerjt, no;, moan
t or ?v;rihpr wealth, if these you own.
Bowelis Lower AIilus. Jfu Adz. We
are having plenty of rain aud warm weath
er at present, corn, gross and everything
There was preaching at Rock Spring In
the morning and also in tlie evening of last
nunaay, ny tue itev. James Morton, tie
bad a good congregation. The evnibg
seripon was at AtklnTi Kch6ol house. '
'ihe c,ropsaronli: about the mills are look
ing very flue; Mr. W. Smith has one field
ou the Cannon' land Kl acres that will
make four hundred barrels if tbe season
continues well. Mr. George ( annua will
lose about four hundred bushels of wheat.
J4 btd W mow his wheat, the wind blew il
and laugied it so bad; he could not reap it;
ueoouiu not get it turasnea in time to save
it. We are sorry tbat George will be tbe
loser ol so much good wheat. Oats are
finer In this part 01 tbe county than they
have bee a In many years. Vegetables of all
sorts.re tine and plentiful Irish potatoes
of August, m n. i.iefa will then aike up
gcbooi in theCol. soweH Kenu. They are
fbruiBUba 'to tecure Mrs. Kteves as " their
teacher.' ... l; 1-
' Our-very clever merchant, W. 1. Sowell,
Is still ' to be ftiund' at His store, rewUy U
counteggs, weigh ra;S, or u.y iilpU ixf i4ar:
r. wiior.ru szuis si gpuu (.'Oodj an
itiCiS Uoi,V as iUpa ji 4a we can get tl
Col Sowell and Air. F. Al. Vaugban will,
in a few days, commence work on the pike,
which they expect to finish before Christ
mas. Hog cholera has killed a great many bogs
In the 2Kb district this spring and summer.
Mr, S. D. Hayes lost a fine chauce of his best
Candidates are plentiful viji here, u
can see tho.r nurdo tititiu!: Hx everywhere.
"I bey Liet a lyOtit SprHg: Kist' l ilday", and
nsa "a gooa vrovf u to near tuetii. we saw
several from the Rally Hill couhtry. f';va-y-thingwent
off very ulet. We baa plenty
lOOriUK, auu ti,av vey guou. tyvVJt " .ug
water i oool aud good, vo tai ol a Warm
day. There Was nctliing stronger than cool
cliter ahrt water.
The surveyor that Is surveying the coun
ty, passed through our village a week or ten
days ago, with bis surveying Instruments.
Home of the old folks thought he bad. a ve
locipede; others a wheel barrow. Thei
hardly knew what to think be vau doing.
It'e hope that they may be able to n n ish
their survey and get up the couuty map, as
it will be uselul and Interesting.
FTe are sorry to say and to know that both
of the doctors of tbe2llh district are in very
bad health at this writing. Dr. Iiong is al
most past riding, and Dr. Sharber cannot
ride half bis time. We hope tbey, may both
be able to attend to all their balls. '
Miss Stillie Griihn's school closed on last
Friday Bight at Akln's school house. There
were about three hundred personsout on the
occasion, to witness the eveulng exercises.
Our very talented young friend, E. Y, Pil
low, opened the entertainment by a short
but very appropriate address, wblch was
highly apprrcriated by the congregation.
Speeches from the little girls and boys and
dialogues were acted. Mr. John Atkisson,
Mr. George Dooley, Bobby Speed and Newt,
Johnson assisted or took part in tlie various
pieties. We never witnessed a more beautit
Jul display. After the exercises closed tbe
awarding of prices cjuie off. Aliss Sallie
Grlttlu conducted the whole a flair, which
was done in an elegant manner. Miss Sal
lie will commence teaching a free school at
the same place next Alonday; Parson I'ssery
will commence at Hock Spring: Mariih Jack,
son, at Jackson's S'-hopl boase! Mr. James
Llsenby at a school house near Alajor J. T.
Moore's, on the line between the 24th and
Good Beit avior at Chcrch. Jy Chureh
Members. Thf re are some persons who go
to tue various churche snd spit tobacco
Is due without reuectiou, ana mat wnen it
Is called to their attention uiey win .not do
iuiltv aaaln ol the sarae breach of polite..
. 1. Jell (or uncle Jefi I Hieves and his """ J "' .77j -iot,i. xxj aiurro, a
and Mrs. J. AI. Hielt, have gone o ff'"8' V.Z SZ 'J1?..1" Hltf. we
im's Springs to stay until hoi.t U.e ist ""P'.' WBlL,He u l.,U.v.1it' "r 'WD'
Ud iSerVw sOT ?e't 38? r toT.
manners to sa tne ,cil,i ,J iw w e nope 11 i " . . . ,ilaHv,r the terrihle fianeer he
For the Herald and Mail.
Deep lc the forest's pleasant shade
Is a lone, romantic dell;
A restful place, by Nature made.
Where song-birds love to dwell.
A tiny stream, as dew-drops bright, ;
Comes rippling down the glade;
Till flowing o'er a precipice
Forms a miniature cascade.
Near by, from Assures In the rock,
Health-giving fountains now;
They, the fabled nectar mark
Or wine-cup's ruddy glow.
Ferns and mosses, flowers and vines,
Enhance the beauteous scene;
Tbis summer uay so bright and mild,
Seems like an enchanted dream.
But where are they, the young and fair,
Whose graceful presence bright
A summer gone assembled here,
Lovely as fairy queen of night?
No gentle hands to cull the flowers
Nor voices of music ring
Alas! to tbese delightful bowers
They delay to come again. -
A thought of "The Deserted Village"
By Goldsmith's pen portrayed;
As day's declining sunbeams
O'er the neat white bouses piayed.
July 2d, 1878.
Centretilje, Bockbon Cocntv. Ky,. 1
June 3Ulh, 1878. j
To the Editor of the Herald and Mail:
I now fulfill the promise I made as I left
Columbia. About six o'clock, p. m., 4th Inst,
with four of my children, we were on our
wav to Kentucky. At 4 o clock next morn
lng we reached Louisville two hours behiud
time. We were conveyed Irom Nashville
and Louisville depot In omnibus (well, just
as 1 got to the bu, oue 01 the on lid re n ran
In and said. "Papa. Maude bas run a null In
bis loot," so away I weut, and saturated the
part Injured with turpentine, which is re
commended In such cases, and a preventive
of tetanus or lock jaw. I have a medical
case prepared by Dr. Hubbard, of Louisville,
wnicn every lamiiy ougm to nave. Lime
Alaude is running about now.) in wblch we
rode about three miles through tbe city to
the Lexington depot. We took a snack, and
atUo'cioca Wednesday, . m., we were off
for Eminence College. At So clock, a. in..
we"llt."as the Irishman said.and soon fouud
ourselves at President W. S. Glltoer's man
sion. After adjusting a few matters and
tilings in tne way 01 gooa Dream last, etc,
we were conveyed to Linden Hall, where
wllere we listened to a rigid examination ol
the students on ihe various branches taught
in tbe college. I do uot know what to say,
but I will say this, I never attended au ex
amination that was as satisfactory tome.
All showed that the pupils were educated
10 think and reason. I am satisfied to put
my daughleis, as well as boys, uuder the
tutllage of President Giltner and his expe
rienced teachers. This school bas been in
existence for twenty-one years, and is an
exception. President Giltner Is a man of
extraordinary energy. His pupils are in
spired by bis exam pie. Oue ol tbe patrons
said that there was more "get up' about
them than any pupils be ever knew. The
young ladies' rooms are all "well furnished.
and the (able well supplied with all the
substantials o( life none can complain.
There were seven graduates five young
men and two young ladles. Tbe salutatory,
by Miss Flble, of Lug range, and the valedic
tory, by Aliss Ibanon, can scarcely lie excell
ed in mailer aud delivery. Every one went
away perfectly satisfied. If any one desires
to know more ot this college, address Presi
dent W.S. Giltner, Eminence, Ky., and be
will send a catalogue, t riday, at 4 o clock,
m ., we left for my old home near t rauk
tort. Ky. At tf o clock we got off at Jones
Station, about three hundred yards from
my bouse. Tho children scarcely recogniz
ed tbe old home; tbey bad been absent four
years. About the hist thing they did was
to climb acuerry tree, wuicn was nanging
full ol sweet oues. The next day we went
to Air. T. Gelt's, and dined with him and his
pleasant lamiiy. Ou the same day,, p. in.,
we reacueu Lexington, ana went up to my
brother Martin's and stormed his house, as
he had not received any card, and knew uot
that we were coin lug. He attended llioud
wav Christian Church, aud heard J. W.
Il.jrt11.tr nruiuth f.wo Vllhl .jai.
Morwluc urn nimrl lnr ?. . ' . discourses.
7.. ri-fi..r .7 .V - Hua came, mules,
w .e public square. Some
mouey Sere yet, but stock low. A great
i;iowu generally aitena on court day. Mon
i!!,ynijTUl anu 'ruly 'e attended tlie Bi-
"lo w"bo ommencemeuu Thirteen grad-
leceiveu UlPlomas. Main Mr,.,.i
uuiuu was crowuea 10 near the vonmr
raou. The Bible College Is In a prosperous
uutuuur-iuiiv uiauicuiaies last session.
What grand advantages these young men
bave ot obtaining the knowledge of the Bi
ble under the charge of such men . Presi
dent li. Graham, T. '. SIcGarncr, aud T. B.
Grubber. Ou Wednesday we attended the
commencement ot Hamilton Female Col
lege, lormeriy Hacker College, The young
ladies acquitted themselves admirably. The
valedictory by Miss Lisle, and the vaiedic.
tory from Ky, by Miss Adams, are published
lu Iheumali catalogue. Any desiring to see
what young ladies can do, can address Pres
ident Patterson, Lexington. Kv.. and see hiu
On Thursday we were all nt father's. We
found him in better health than we ei peel
ed. If he lives till July 7th, he will lie nine
ty years old. Ue has been to Paris twice
luce I have been here.
It looked a little strange to the children
to see tbe wheat green and tho coru about
six inches blgh. It has been very dry, but
last week there was a very line rain, and
corn, etc., are coioiug out finely.
me wriest n not as ueavy as it whs last
ear, and will perhaps average about fifleen
bushels per acre more sown last fall than
usual. There was a great fear a few weeks
ago of the rust ruining the wheat, bu: the
cool weather has beeu very favorable to It.
t nas oeen so cooi, since our arrival, that
we have felt very comfortable with our
overcoat aud shawls around us. We have
to keep up our tires all the time. Now H is
mare pleasant, aud sums prospect fur warm
The reapers fire crying nil around ns now.
Some have self binders, one of them cut
ud bound twenty-seven acres last Satur
day, The same reaper went into a seveniy-
nveacre held Saturday, and the owner said
be lnienuea to n nis 11 11 in three days. What
do you think of that?
Trees are pendant wnn apples, cherries, .
nd pears but very few peaches. The gar
eus are abundant. I have not written
hat I intended to write, "ijiwd xeitpxi, scrip
," Tbe Herald and Mail puts in its brlgnt
face weekly, J. A. S.
From the Cedak.s Hy Vulpcs. We are
sorry we caunot give more fully the closing
exercises of Mrs. Kleves' school, wblch ac
cording to nonce came on on the night of
tbe 2ttb ult.
We propose then to give only an outline
of the proceedings. Long before tbe sun
bad hid, herself behind the western horizon
the crowd could have beeu seen coming
train iar ana near to witness mis in teres-
ng scene. Before day bad fairly closed ber
dawn the many seals tbat bad beer, pre
pared by the patrons and, friends ot the
school, were filled, to their utmost extent.
The crowd Jn attendance was thought to be
near four huudred persons. Quite an up
roar prevailed for a short time, until the cur
tains were roiled back, and the voice of Dr.
T. M. Sowell was soon heard to ring through
the crowd tbat the exercises would then
commence. Quietude soon reigned. The
first to show bis Intelligent look was Master
D. ooweu, ana Dy nis salutatory address
the audience was 60on made to feel lb elf
welcome on the occasion. Then lot loir 1
the opening sung bjr thirteen little Misses,
which was loveiy done.' Jerry lardlon,
although quite a youth, addressed tbe crowd
for a few bilef moments, thereby fcifttiutf iu
theip that those wbo now bold Vfoe ih)uus o(
Government wllj SO1414 iuys Iroin the stage
of acttqn, ftijd VhVt feUe was detained to nil
sojoB pf fiieir places, Catalogues, Tableaux,
iauilga and Speeches rulwi the occasion until
near midnight, to the satlslactlon ot all
The Churning for a prise by L. Mayber'ry
and Jas. Gallawaywas done with patieucj
by L Mayberry aud Jas. Gallaway, wasdone
with patience. But J. G., as most alt ol us
would, decided tbat any lady that wAuld
make a man churn butter milk for a wii.
could not be mucu woman. So be gave un
the race, and L. H. wou the nrl-e Ti.
ISleeplug Beauty, acted ty ;x b6jb aud
much as A.' J. H. acting the niwru rj.il
His gestures and daupt wex downles of
the Africkn style. .LStiVly, wettbali mention
the 'aledlv;qiV, bV Ji. Jiardlson, , which
rflade all prestH tetjl sad to hear her greet
ings of Farewell. Kind teacher, and dear
soliool males, we say lo you, larewell, bo
ping you may ever be fouud where good is
to be done or evil to be corrected, we bid you
Dr. T. Al. S., otflclater of Mrs. R by her
request, returned ber sincere thanks lor the
good attention given to the exercises. To
the pupils she could not express
v.s 3ti mners was very g'Xq.
TbreSUfrig Season Is now lipon us. Hardi
son 4 Co-, reivorl Uie J Iwid per acre al about
fbs rojt hunters will not acknowledge
tUttl U"'.r dogs run out at the race, Lu.1, ge
out of it by saying tne iox wem un a bush,
and the dogs lost uim-. lientlemen,! your
dogs run loug enough, and we would like
to hear another such a race.
J. T. Hardison, of tbe Arm ol Alj.ish Af.
Iieau & Hardison, ace) t;.u l,Uln daugliter
Mcle, was in this neighborhood this week.
A. S. Derry Lory, of Pickenusville, Ala., at
present writing is visiting relatives aud
friends in this community.
There can now be seen on J. J. William
son's farm tobacco seed, that got their
growth irom an old stalk where the tobacco
was cut last fall. We suppose tbe winter
was too warm to kill tbe roots.
We will now return our sincere thanks to
you, Mr. E -II tor, for tbe space you bave giv
en us in your good aud reliable paper, for
the last few weeks. We nope Kleber will
continue to give the news I rem this section.
We are sorry K., tbat we spilt tbe Ink all
In oue place, but regret very much tbat you
did not do tbe same, rather thau scatter It
along giving tbe Columbia news. You may
rest assured Air. K., that those city gents
you sioke of will uot appreciate your notice
ot them under such a heading. Thau Kleber
we will give you oar space in the good! l
Herald ahi Mail, with uranuse from
you that H you use our heading you are to
give pur news- M ,
You may hear from as again at fowo fu
ture time if all is well.
Killed in obion. Frank Goad, a deaf
and dumb man, well known In Maury
couuty, reaentiy met a horrible death in
Obiou connty, West Tennessee, where he
bas been living for several years. He was
assisting to run a steam saw mill, when one
of the bands caught bim and drew hlrn in
reach of the saw, which mangled nis body
In a terrible manner, snd was finally stop-
ited by It. Mr. Goad was educated at the
Cuox vllle Asylum, and was an Intelligent,
man. He came near losing his lite a num
ber of years ago near Dark's. Station In this
Tfariiii not discover the terrible danger
was In until tne train won literally on to
H9 ".luuIi: """ uu ww
. "". n.: w Cm, au
inctiisui lutwi jttitiiiiu iniiiia, r ni.wiioy nveitiejit or otuerwise. Sorry,
avior, and thy ;;si.'.pe.C', i;h0wn her j sorry itideed ion J that Mils false report, this
,s .eKsiCI:. Th'e riifrslc. Lv Veal Im- I terril.lv daifiio.iiiir trror nnim i.iku-,a
JUDGES AND RECEIVERS.
Judges Aitoistddto Hotd August, 1878
No. 1. Jno. S. McKnlght, Robert Sewell
and Perk Oak I v.
No. 2. J. B. Love, M. AI. Cathey and Sam
No. 3. R, W.Tlndall, J. W. Sewell and
No. 4. J. B. Hill, Chas. Smlthson and N.
No. 5. Jas. H. Bostlck, F. A. Burke and
No. H. Joslah Dagger, W- F. A. Shaw and
No. 7. W. Af. AlcKlssack, J. B. Stockard
No. 8. J. N. Sowell, E. G. Wright and 8. S,
No. y. Powhattan Gordon, L' man Oat
man and Wilson Tucker, Eph E. Erwin,
John HKelley, col.
No. 10. W. P. Gant, Samuel T.Brown and
J. J. Stephenson.
No. 11. Tom Foster, S. H. Bratton and Z.
No. 12. W. S. Kirk, E. A. Brooks and N.
No. I t. (Collier's Mill) Henry Harlan,
Leon Frierson and W. A. Verner.
No-11. (MU Pleasant) Ben Harris, Jr., and
John H. Elliott.
No. 11. (Wllllamsport) At. M. Russell,
Henry May berry and J. J. Jones.
No. 14. (Kales' shop) Jake Harlan, Thos.
Beard and W. It. Reese.
No. 15. Andy Akin, Willis Lisle and E.;H.
No. 16. Burton TTayfleld. C. W. Rlcketts
and E. A. Pogue.
No. Hi. (Hoffman's Mlllls) R, C. Puckett,
Jesse Brown aud M. Al. Harris.
No. 17. (Water Valley) W. G. Harlan, T. 8.
Plgg and Wm. Adklns.
No. 18. Jas. N. Dodson, W. T. Johnson
and J. T. Younger.
No. if. E. D. Fitzgerald, R. C. Jamison
and R. A. McKay.
No. 20. Morg Hughes, W. H. Ullllard and
No. 21. i. s. Stratum, J. M. Allen and
No. 22. W.A. Bailey, S. K. Finley and
No. 23. W. T. Allmond, J. T. Derry berry
aud W. A. Gluuu.
INo. 24. J.F. Dowell, Geo. Burkes and J.
No. 25. J. Ai. Bflllngton, A. J. Stephens
and W. F. Laveuder.
Johu B. Alderaou was appointed Special
Overseers of Roads appointed: W. M.
Shots, J. G. Rushton, Sen., w. B. wlan. Jas.
Rummage, J. R. Cathey, Robert Kerr, w. J,
McKay, At. II. Derry berry. L. C. Green. J
w. Braden, James ttaugb, R. A. Footer aud
GL ASS BALL SHOOTING MATCH.
At the shooting of the Maury Count Sports
man's Club, Jujy 4,1878, the foliuwlugwas
30 SHOTS, SINGLE HALLS I1HOKE, HIT. MISS'b,
C. L. Gordon 20 g 2
M.CCampbell 2o 2
Ed Gordon... it 7
W. N.Hughes 10 7 -4
Wiley Hams 11 12 7
J. H. Dew 22 4 4
Tom Porter . 14 8 8
George Aliluer 14 l) 7
20 SHOTS SINGLE HALLS
HROKL, HIT, MISS'b
...8 3 9
... IU 7 8
J. T. L. Cochran
R. M. Frierson
10 . SHOTS IIOL KI.K HALLS
HHJKF, HIT, M1SS1)
C. L. Gordou,
II'. N. Hughes
J. H. Dew
CRIMINAL COURT PROCEEDINGS.
State vs. Lewis Aloore, petit larcerny, 8
mouths In work house; State vs. Jaule War
ner, horse stealing, 5 years In penitentiary:
State vs. t lllver Williams, murder, on
trial, counsel for prosecution, A. " '. "
A sou, J. H. Fussell; fur ar- 1' u(5n
!i,X-.Jvt!i J- L buiTot-k.T.-wu:
nne'i, i " ,eut 1 'en mug toll. A flue
r vv expected Irom Gen. Pennington.
FASHIONABLE DANCING CLASS.
Prof. Lang opens his Fashionable Daocln
School, iu t lie Rye House, ou Thursday am
Saturday, of tbis weekf at 5 o'clock, p. 111
Ior ladies; ou Friday, at 8 p. m., lor gentle
Bear Cheek. Vy YiuU t. As It bas been
sometime since you heard from this place J
will now attempt to give a snort epistle,
Hope you will excuse all mistakes, as this is
my first attempt to write anything ol this
We have had some beautiful weather lor
the l.inuers to get out their wheat. They all
seem to be disheartened on account of the
Croquet teems to be all the go out here.
The young ladies and gentlemen meet near
ly every evening lu Air. Mitchell's woods
and take a game. At our lsst meeting we
had some beautiful music by Mr. E. Davis,
on me vionu auu guitar, wnicu was spien
Miss Alice Ijeflwlcb, a very pretty aud In
telligeni young lady from Edgefield, Is Vlsl
ting M r. Thomas Slrallon's lamljy. -
The young ladles and gentlemen of this
neigh iKirliood were to meet last Thursday
evening to go in the cave on Mrs. Osborne's
place, but owing to to inclemency of the
weather-they did uot turn out.
Air. W ill HI likely, who has been off for the
past iwo years going to school, returned
Aliss Sallie Alartlu, of Columbia, Visited
the beautiful and fascinating Misses Mattie
aud Emma Left wich, of the creek, not loug
Rev. Mr. Rice will hold quarterly meeting
at siwuiivm tne iiurii nuuuay in July.
Fiiom the Cedars. Jly KUin-r. Accord
ing to promise we once more take up our
pen iu give you tne liems irom mis place.
Tne larmers are threshing lighter wheat
crops this season than tbey bave for several
years. The average is i bushels.
J. xi. Morton sowed 2 bushels of the blue
Amber, and threshed 24 bushels. Hebought
the seed iu Humphreys county.
Misses:va Liggett and Miss Cora Sowell
left this neighborhood last Sunday to spend
a lew davs with friends aud relatives near
Sowell's Lower Mills. They leave man v sad
hearts, aud Bruce says he hopes they will
We suppose Air. Vulpeshns alreadvl Hven
you the conceit, so we will not say much
about if, although It was one of the best we
A gentleman living near New Lasea was
in this neighborhood a few davn airn. ..!
sent ills sweetheart a note wishing to go
with her to church the next dav. Tn ruu
minutes utter he received the answer, he
called on the lady to tell her he would be
sure and be oa hand tbe next day. Come
again. A. K., it's all right.
There were bulfewal theslnglng last Sun
day evening! we are sorry that it was a dls
appointment, as we went out expecting to
hear some good music by Mr. A. S. D.; from
Dr. Patterson and lady were In tbis neigh
borhood visiting last week. They returned
home last Saturday.
There will be a fishing party at the month
of OedarCreek lnabout two weeva. Ire ex
pect a nice time. Airs. W. 4. Hillcock and
Mrs. S. J. Hnrdtson wU manage the dinner.
Come up, Mr. Editor, there are several pret
ty girls tip here yet,
A Heroic WoMAN.-Dr. T. M. Sowell In
forms us that some oue entered the room in
which Mrs. Hardin Msyberry was lying
Suuday morning. Perceiving that be was
discovered, he attempted to make his es
capo, but Mrs. Alay berry was determined to
see who the villain was, and made for bim
She caught him Just as he was gelling out
of the window; aud she held on lo bim for
sorue time, and only gave way when her
liauus were badly hurt. She was so deeply
In earnest thai she forgot to halloo, and the
villain escaped. A similar attempt was
made some time siuce, but tbe rasual bas
uot yet been discovered. Mia. Af.aybrry Is
known as a courageous wumnn, aAd her re
cent heroic conduct, lA Uot surprising to
those Wuo, know her.
2VtAe Ediltu- of the If- ,xtlil aui Mail
I noticed a criticism In your last Issue
Hum your AU. Pleasant correspondent upon
mY rejtort to tbe A iiu-rican of the late unfor
tunate shooting affair near that place. Al
low me. In reply, to say that I retried the
facts precisely as I beard them, as I could
bave no object whatever In misrepresenting
anyone. My informant simply stated that
the affair occurred at Alt. Pleasant: be
might not have known it was in a in Wkhi
uih ii. niiuu iguoraiice auu gross mistakes,
however, ou my iiart, ate iniXvBtl.,
k non ius an wc an i im, ai;n a tvery one
else knows, that nothing oi Hus klud, wheie
pistols, knives, idiLl-.gktn, kdiilgeons, or
any ni'rvrous weapons could be brought
quiet, peaceable, law-abiding city, has gone
lorm i i.ue worm. mow. menu w . i i.,,
down aud most humbly bg your irumi.
4Shnke ' 'T. v-
The Last WdKi ov .us Dvi.no Onk. r.y
i ttrr. .The last words ol the d vlug one are
eaeerly Kcnyiil alter and ensiirlned in inem
vj Losoiu Ljt loved ones. The hero stand
ing upon the held of battle, amid the boom
ing ol can nous aud the rattle ol musketry,
is stricken down, and dying, he utters some
sentiment, which tells the living be fought
bravely auu uieu loving nis country, These
words thus uttered, are chantvd In Ii la
praise, pass immediately into history, and
are preserved to lie bauded down from gen
eration to generation. The mother, bend
ing over the cuueh of her dying child, ea
gerly listen lor its last words. As the heart's
pulsations grow Jeetile, the respiration be
comes more laborious she silently listens;
now the pale Hps are parted, and she draws
nearer, until her ear eomes in contact wit b
Ihe cold breath, when she catches the lu-t
faint murmur of the dying one. Gh. how
she treasures in her pure heart that last fare
well that last token of gnlos lo heaven. As
a young lady reads over tue list of the slain
in battle, and ber weeping eyes rest imiui
the uaiiie of ber lover, almost ber tinst
thought is, "Did he leave me a dying mes
sage" The sweet sister of a shipwrecked
brother liuiiatieutly awaits the arrival of
some oue rescued from the wreck to learn
If ber brother, as be was swept beurath tbe
dark waves, seut her a dying word. Yes,
dying woids ae those most sought after and
ciierlnhed by the human heart, amid all the
cures snd disappointments that may sur
round us In life. We never can forget the
last lalul whispering of tbe dying oue.
Lahtisu Hope S. hool. The following
have taken the greatest number of dlstiiic.
lions lu their respective divisions and cissies
daring the five mquls. wiutng June 21st,
First Division First C4as. WUUe Coleman
fi- Secoud Class, l:mma Kerr a.
Secoud luvislou First C'lans, Orah Camp
bell 27; Secoud Class, B. H. Caldwell l.
Third Division Ashley McKay 1(1.
i 0111 lh Division, J.S. Foster 0.
Piies for lieportinent and Punctuality
Deportment VV. J. PasMinore.
I'uuctuality Thomas McKay.
Day nssrdt-Day Loiud ean be had at
the Nelson Uoujje tor clgliteou Uuliajs D(tr
nuiiis m ; i,ukv. im... nwi i?vt laiourreu in mis exempla-
COLUMBIA DISTRICT CONFERENC E.
FOURTH BOUND OF QUARTERLY MKFTINOH,
Trinity circuit, Jnlh and 7.
Pleasant Valley Station, July 20 and 21,
Marcel la Falls circuit, July 1,'iand 14.
Mt. Pleasant circuit, July 27 and 28.
Richland circuit, August 3 and 4.
Prospect circuit, August 10 and 11.
Giles circuit, August 17 and is.
Nebo and Wlll.'amsport station. August
24 and 25.
Mt. Pisgnb circuit. September? and 8.
Lynnvllle circuit, Sept. 14 and l i.
Eikton station, Sent. 21 aud 22.
Columbia station, Sept. 28 and 2!.
Pulaski station, October 5 slid li.
The quarterly conference for Culleoka and
Hurricane Station will be held at Culleoka
The camp-meeting at Hurricane Switch
camp-grouud will begin on the b'gbt of Au
gust 30lh, and continue a week, al least.
J. D. BARnr.it, p. E.
Vanderbilt University Inserts a rsrd to
day. This Is tbe best ccuool lu the South,
and equal to any.
W.lt. r.iam is selling wueensware airt
cheap. Call and see him.
j. j. oranusrry advertises the Ml it
Voorbles place, on the Mt. Pleasant pike,
for ssle. It Is a real ulce place, aud can be
S. R. Watklns selling St. Bern.ird Coal
rplendld coal very cheap,
W. J. Phillips says the way to save mon
ey Is to buy good from uim.
Dm. Towler and Harlan have formed a
partnership. Dr. H.irlau will visit Dr. Tow
ler's patients during the latter's atv
seuce lu Europe. This makes a sliong bnffli
Pay What You Owe I All parties In
debted to us by uote or account, will please
call and settle at once: we ui ed our money,
Em nut iV Fitii.KsoN.
Reduction. A Reduction In prices ofl
Clothing bas been made by Wllllsttis A
Cpt His No.-k with a Foot An,E. Calvin
Keesee, col., while working lor N. J.
Vanghan. cut h! uose severely with afoot
adze, witu which be was woiklug.
Notice. On au after this date, ,ttih i'l
1878, our Clothing will be sold alreduurtt I'll.
ces. Jui-tl. vt ll.l.IAM-t ot COLJIKAn
Pay What ou Owe!-.u panics In.
debted to us by note or UOnouut, w ill please
call and pay us at i"jw. we ,.,, our ,,,0,,
Km liar a Fiukkson.
Dout forget that W. N. Wright Co. an.
UU lu the Lightning Rod busluess, Slut
keep ou baud a good supply of Copjier ami
Galvanized Rods, and will sell at prices to
suit the limes. Call aud see them at A.
Bair's, Columbia, Tenn, spilVtl.
Good Socikty. Phillips, Jackson Co.'s
Good Society" whisky Is recommended liv
physicians for Its purity aud hue tlavor. li
is guaranteed free Irom any adulteration.
and Improves every day. ,lt contains no
headache, aud Is model ale lu price. Sold
by all dealers. aug31-77-ly.
At the shooting match of our Club lust
week. Mack Campbell broke pi balls out n
.... . ,, ,. lit ..... ..r ti. II.. I. L'rl.
JtF, J. XI. Iew, lit OtlL Ol IP'W I iivtwii
Cllarley Gordon aud Will Hughes, bach li
out of 20.
Attack ki iiy a Pi ll. Win. Erwin wns
attacked last Saturday by a bull, and
knocked down. The enraged animal at tempted
to gore him, lint lulled. Mr. Er
wlu s kuee was spraiutd snd Iractuied.
-Pay Wt-kt. You owe! All parties In
debted 'M UM by uote r account, will please
and settle atouce. We lieed our moll-
Kmhhv a Fhii.hsun.
Hi.ooiik.ii Cattle aniiSiieri- nR Wav nr.
AVI' HARIiIN. J. H.Scott lcll Wednesday
for Wayne and Hardin with oue liundie.l
beautiful Cotswold lambs, and three Ilii"
DurhHin bulls, with the best pvdlgiei. lie
also carried a smsll lot ol Hue Hcikshlres.
The farmers of H"a lie could not do Iwller
than to buy these sheep aud cattle, a
they cau be had cheap and are of the best.
Look out lor the "Uberall Du !"
Capt. J. P. Prown, Mr. Il iiller Woldrldge
and Air. Johu 11. B -rr, went to Klknioiit
Springs last week. They bad a lin e nine.
Vbout seventy persons, nil started from I u-ia-klln
vehicles, aud being paired oil, t hey
say it was charming, and are muter many
obligations to their cliiipaioues. Cap! s. Ir
vine and Balleiitlne. W niter us pnritcii
larly struck with the beauty ot Aliss . L.
Wiley s girl was not there, her niolher be
ing auanl to let her go In such a gay crowd.
Capt. Irvine got slsllwi in tin- mire, ami
called for "a horse and two negroes.'' John
Brown louud a patent lor "spangles. W bo
won the rive dollars? wLo broke the
Fr.il. F. Ijing, desires bin class of young
ladles and children to meet him nt 10 A. M.
Alonday; at llm " Bye House" all w ho pro
isise to send their children had best do so
then, or they will lose advauluges oi first
Mr. Bowman, book keeper mid geneial
manager of D. H. Caswell 'o., ol .Nash
ville, was out Monthly and Tuestlu'-, look
ing alter tbe smash up at Shack lells' Al Ills.
AIA RRI AGES.
H. 11. l'attou to Sarah N. Gieeu.
Marshall Thompson to Mllly Bilnkly.
Jesse Howard lo Amanda Ingram.
Mack Norten to Florence lleiide I man.
Near Cross Blldges, ou the 7th, Nr. Jmme
-Jood Ordinary ,
Com, prr bn
Wheat, per bu
Choice, New Orleans
Choice Golden ' 7--vnHJ
Sorghum Xif W
Eugllsh Breaklast 001 0J
lu barrels I b-ig. j
Mackerel No 1
Mackerel, No. 3
While Hjr It.
New Irish Potatoes
Old Irish Potatoes
Dried Peaches ;"t-
Tolet, per doseu
Shaviug, per doion....
Tlmotny and HcrdsGra.s,r.ton IjuUiaJfiU
Floor and Meal -
.i n inn)
Java ciITiH .-r ir. ;tio
1,'iguay ra K-r It. t
Rio i.r II. . Phtii'i
Rio masted ier $
A. Coffee sugar per If.
C. Yello'V sugar per It.
Brlgit N.i. per It,
Cut Loaf pern,
Cruslibd per tl
Powdered per Itc
Utanulated per If
Rice per m
Cheese per It.
Honey ier ft.
Raisins per ir,
Currants per Ih ;
Caivlles per It.
Starch per It
Bran per cwt
Shoi U per cwt
Item t-r lt
1 loin txi y per ttt
Nails per Itt
Chetttnuts per Jin
!l"b 1 I
I.Vi I 1
JaS. V. BROOKS, Mschlnlst.
THO. J. WALKER, Traveling Agent.
Brooks & Walker.
We respectfully luvlte the s'.teutlon of
the cltlsens of Columbia, Maury and si
lolnlng couutles tbat we have opened a
Sewing Machine Repair Shop. We cau lake
auy old machine, put In ue w raits, wbern
necessary, all the latest Improvements, and
make It as good as new, to the delight aud
satls'aeUon of owners, aud al a very small
J. v. Brooks has had fifteen years experi
ence tn the manufacturing and repairing
of all kinds of Sewing Machines, aud will
give satisfaction or uo charge made.
Guns, Pistols aud Ixicks repairod. Keys
fitted, and all klndu of light n.whluery re
paired with neatness aud dispatch-, and
We keep MaoliUe Needles, OU and At
tachment, lilve us a call.
(Xirrespondeuce with tha Country solicit-
Agents lor tbe latest Improved Wheeler
and WIIkoii Machine,,.
law" Office Fleming Block, Dr. Sheppard'.
old stand, opposite First Presby leilau.
,'burcl, Garden. Street, Columbia, Tenu,