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Friday Morning-, August 2d, 1878.
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y over I
Just before going to press, a dispatch
was received from Giles county, say
ing that a mistake h-id been made in
the first count that McLemore had
received seven liundn d more votes
than was first given him. This elects
Mcljemore beyond question.
Marshall county gives McLemore,
15oi); Wright, 11-V1; Hughes, 845.
Giles gives McLemore, 21t0; Wright
12!4; Hughes, 17U.i.
Maury gives Hughes, 3,004; Wright,
2001); McLemore, 2Z1.
McLemore goes into Lawrence
county .5!)4 votes ahead. JudgeHughes
claims 600 votes hi Lawrence which
easts a shade of doubt over the mat
ter. Lawrence not heard from.
Mllier went into Lawrence county
leading Fussell !S votes. Fussell was
expected to be second to Murphy in
Lawrence. This makes the case
doubtful, and therefore interesting.
.FusselJ 's vote: Williamson, 1-587;
Giles, i:?;?S; Maury, 2iU.
Miller's vote : Maury 072; William
son, 1-50-5; Giles, Wis.
Lawrence county to hear from.
--v i lHf.re did our town lal
county have such an iuteusely bitter,
personal, cxciling canvass. It almost
denied and felt like war times. The
1 1 ki;aij took no put in the contest,
simply In cause tilt-re were no Demo
cratic i;;)ini.jtes in the field, and it
r- vT takes part in personal con test??.
Sow, that il i-: over, we r-ronoso to
ax a jew v.-oris, v.irtiout iotonouiir
l'roloi.g :!u- contli.-.u One of tin
oioateo ina.le .peeeiics to the lie
mat were calcinated to stir up
ir wor.-;t feelings and passions, and
fact that only a portion of the
colored people were led to his banner
proved that they can no longer lie
used for base purposes against their
truest friends, the white people. It
also showed that the colored people
have begun to read and think for
themselves, and can no longer be
driven about like dumb cattle. It
demonstrates that the colored people
are becoming worthier of their free
dom, by refusing to heed the appeals
to their lower passions,
The returns are so meager nothing
accurate is known. Half the nominees
in Davidson county are defeated by in
dependents. Dick McCann beat capt.
Nam. D.inelson, for criminal clerk,
tiiy. As a general thing, it
ii.it the IVm-K'rats are sticcess
- ! tli- State.
, : ..! or Jreenbacks, have
!;:' : : M'-mohi-s.
fill a!i .
.11.1 Col. J.
: ': "lit point
; ' oi i
is . stimonv
Capt. W. C. Flournoy, of GDes
county, died a few days since, after a
brief illness. He was a candidate for
County Court Clerk, and no doubt the
severe work of the campaign was the
cause of his illness. His funeral
said to have been the largest and most
imposing ever seen in the county,
Gov. John C. Brown made a short ad.
dress on the occasion, and when he
ceased not a dry eye was to be seen in
the vast assembly. Capt. Flournoy
succeeded Col. Hume R. Field as Cap
tain of the "Martin Guards," First
Tennessee Regiment, and he was ad'
mired and loved by every fnember of
that gallant regiment. Nature en
dowed him with a remarkably hand
some form, a striking face, and a chiv
alrous and genial heart. During all
the hardship and peril of the four
years' struggle, he bore his part with
the courage and resignation that be
longs to the real hero. The Maury
Grays, of the same regiment, all learn
with deep sorrow of the death of
Captain Flournoy, and m-ny of them
would have attended his funeral had
they been advised. The friends of
Capt. Flournoy met together after his
death and nominated Mr. Eze.l, the
Captain's ftther-in-law, to run out
ihe race fr Co-mtv Court Clerk.
har sr ni.-ihinr; v. vc than mere senti
ment ami a mKl a.i.lress is required
n legislatures, and congress. As to
u.-mufaeUirhtg interests in the South,
hey drag along slowly. If the peo
ple could only see and realize what
has been accomplished in the North-
fii Niai-s and in oilier countries,
in utiulaeioncx. even tbounli sniau
s at Jirst, would spring up in every
com!, v. 'i here, would lie worK ana a
liviiig for all: pauperism and crime
would diminish; there would be less
use for jails and poor-houses, and our
section would become again tlie gar
den spot of tile world. All intelligent
Northern men and Europeans express
the greatest surprise that the Southern
people are content to be mere produ
cers for the distant markets of the
world, and buy all manufactured
goods from the same markets, thus
being constantly at a double disadvan-
tnire. No country nursuinc such a
policy can be permanently prosper
ous. The time must soon come when
the necessities and intelligence of our
people will compel them to adopt new
ideas and systems. Cotton growing
nnd cotton handlimr is less and less
remunerative every year. We should
not only diversify crops, as already
done to some extent, but diversify oc
cupations and encourage all kinds of
skilled and mechanical labor in order
that all classes may hare work t do
and good pay for it. Then and not
till then may we expect an influx of
immigration and capital.
A life of ;ct;.
stou, by his son
.1:1. (. .lert'Dav
,).!!.nio:i : "Si
Albert Siduey .'i;;i
ti is mule its appear
- (' i-ntly said of Gen.
ablest :!-. i:er
;. n liviMjf in
.! uiVr t:..il
uch men as
'. . . . . - : ..- :i--o i ci -
we .-an realize how great and
. .. - ,:. .-in. lien of
The Washington Gazette, an able
Democratic paper of the National cap-
itol, thus speaks of our Representative
"Admiral Whitthorne will of course
be returned from the old district for
merly represented by James K. Polk
who. in his prime, was not more a fa-
vorite with his people than the gallant
and glorious little champion of sound
Senator Trumbull before the Potter
Atlantic City N. J. July 27.
The most important witness befoi
the committee at this place is thellou
Lvman Trumbull, of Illinois, who
irsive a full and obviously fair and
truthful account of his observation of
the conduct of the Returning Board.
He stated to-day how he came to go
to New Orleans; the refusal of the vis
iting statesman unite with him and
ids !j:oeiaiv: ill exerting amoral in-
ci-;ie ji lair count; the uu
and ariiitrary methods of
in ivl'u-iog to allow an hi
ll. e vidence; liow the local
eour.sel, wtio had the re-
,i..u :u l.;.
-; to the i'
, and lie
aiiition, J 1 e
: n a:
ab'e litteranci s,
Gens. Lee and .1,
ii he belittles
.li'l says lie
did not overwhelm ihe South with
numbers, but beat them by hard Jight
ang, the Norfolk Yiryiiihui remarks1
"Grant overwhelmed the Confedera-
-v with liUxnliers, but he can
The" flection in Maury p.u.vj(l ofl
quietly, without any disturbances.
The new Sherill', V. D. Davis, is our
present jailor, and has made one of the
best jailors our county ever had. He
will make a good Sherill", performing
his duties faithfully and efficiently.
Tho others elected are all rapable of
makiL. efficient officers, and will Jjo
doubt do so.
The Associated Press Dispatch js
the greatest humbug of the age. It is
one of the relics of Radical rule. It
prints in full lying John Sherman's
perjured testimony, and crams ex
Senator Trumbull's masterly cxposN
tiou of Sherman's villainy into a few
meaningless lines. How long will
jjnocratic papers and the country
submit to such unblushing swindling?
It is the last hope of Radicalism by
it they expect to restore Grantism
with its attendant horrors. It is worse
than muzz'ing the press, for it sup
prevses i he truth and scatters a lie at
1ip if.-ie lime.
s. ni;- -
of n. u
it, and i
J:1JoiV-d that cV'l. Samuel A.
;: vass the Sta as iudt
'; Governor o:'
v v.-- . -tie heretofore
will reom-i' !.
,: ii- C0UVl.'.!05!
i .-g ites in wa'-t.j
. reform, i'l;
-at truth-- t
1 1 a.
: :t :
:t ai :f
weie in tiie
If ever man
of a great man, he had.
to i;e marued among
jit not more ty ins im
posing form and i.iartial carriage than
by ihe benignity of his presence, which
was at once magnificent and gracious,
it was not that of a Prince or field
Marshal; it was that of a King, the
element of paternity showing itself
through all the military aspects. As
inflexible as Jackson, but broader; as
patient as Lee, but more far-seeing; as
highly trained as his Virginia name
sake, the impression which he made
upon those who came in contact with
him waV. in elaciable." The othy
time wasfon Sunday morn.ng of the
great battle of Shiloh. ThW left wing
of the 1st Teun. was drawn up in front
of t.'iat kingly looking man, and he
spoke to ii. Who that was there will
ever forget that He fcpoke a
few simple words to us, calling us
"gentlemen" and " fellew-soldiers."
He said he liad wla-ted this command
for an important position in the fight,
and that might require greatest
courage. He asked if every so." ,tT
had forty-eight rounds of ammuni
tion. He was answered by silence,
until a shrill voice came from Camp
bell's company the voice of Dave
Adams, now living in the 17th district:
"No. General, I hain't got but 38!!"
The General smiled, and we passed on.
to detect frauds
i-irtunitv; and how
-vnt at once to th
lie boar.i; an.l now n
i., . v I,, he .resent ai. t
'ri..':i!;!i:i:ii'' ni the returns,
!;;. 'li,:;. never sivV returi
-mi ,i ih w hich !iad
i tiii- Supervisor
in r-- oi i .i". ctio.i wincii con
i .it' , ;,a i mu, I no hoai'i
ioj- thro '.vim; m:
tf-sts laier than th
i-i'.e ;! i : j . : : i reti-rns Were dix-ov
re !. In -.is(-s ,.i jroii-s:s tiie iai'-i"s
m : e ' ii' t oj.ee in the t "i vate room
j !!.!;' ' 'i,:i!i':il lieiai.'. ii (lie ollnssiui
i iii ' Smo-'I vigors to ciimjiieiiendva ri
i.iw r.'ils e-i.-i mg some I.j'IO lJemocrat-
'c vot.. 'i'ii' Democratic coiinse
had no means of ascertaining the gen
1 1 in- character as the papers opened
or even of knowing what thev were
The testimony of Judge Trumbull ex
haiMted the whole suhieet, and was
most impressive and valuable. The
Louisiana election, he said, was as fair
as ever happened .
0YE3 TEE STATE.
WHITTHOE.NE IN EUROPE.
Under head of "Editorial Corres
pondence," the Memphis Ledger con
tains an interesting letter from J.
Harvey Mathes, the able and distin
guished Editor of that popular jour
nal. We quote the opening para
graphs, in which he tells what he
heard in the great French capital
aliout one of the South's ablest, truest
and greatest sons Hon. W. C. WhiN
tliorne i he ..talics are oar own:
, J uly lv, 1S78. I happre.e-.i
:.,t - i-ry high Compii-iJ':!I
npo . ' mgressman W
h..'.,e -iie v? .. day, and it was j
sa-L-.ff.ct ion ' x .mlltrU and f.v
ii ,ii i the hjgu ii';!.-;-
''(' .j t '; ' csscc'x moist ns .j'
mil f' t-li i.taiitij. rrjf'velt"('i'r
i.,; i! it oije of he i'-e-
Col. A. S. Colyar, spoke at Jackson,
lenu., on Tluirsday of last week.
The General Conference of the Col
ored Methodist Episcopal Church of
America, will meet in Jackson, Tenn.
on the 7fh of August.
A youiig man'. John T. JeiSiings, of
Jackson. Tenn. received fafal inju
ries recently from diving into shallow
water, thinking It was deep.
C. H. Mills retires from the editorial
department of the Rhea iSpring AVicn,
whicli continues uiuler the editorial
direction of Thos. T. Mc Whither.
lvingston J-kift TcnncHRce: The Salt
Company, with Mr. E. A. Reed as
agent, struck Salt, Oliver Spring, on
Tuesday week at deph of oH(i feet,
with a bore ot o.j inches.
The Gibson County Mirror thus de
fines Col. John A. Gardner's position
on the Stil4" debt question; He fa
vors paving the Lo.":'IIloWers all we
are able to pay, no more, no ifsrf.
The neonle of Jackson cave Hon. J
D. ' Atkins a errand reception last
week. It was a grand ovation to their
distinguished Representative. lot
Jno. M. Fleming and Col. John C,
liurch. candidates for Governor, also
Claudius J. Woodrinfr, a young
man of Pulaski, was drowned in Elk
River, near Elkton, July ISth. He
was partially demented, and set out
to walk to Elkton. It is thought
while attempting to cross on a mill
dam he fell ofl and was drowned in
the boils. His body was found by
some fishermen the same day, and
carried to town. His mother knew
nothing of his death until his remains
were before her.
Brownsville Dehiorrnf: Saturday
evening two raiiroad hands had adifli-
i tes to
i.tcts ano ej, e in
rnatorial Convt ntion at Nashville
f loth of Angu.-t. The Com
iiive caus' : thank the people
ti e unaninjiu with which the
party has I .ecu ji..taiiied under their
guidance. Mr. Bond, the chairman,
liis an.ificiati.ri, have umu.-d the
.... 4 carried every election. He
-wii tine executive
and thev have shii
ability and great populaiT'i aut we
trust their successors will be equally
able and popular.
Our readers' attention will be at
tracted by the advertisement of the
State Fair, which comes ofl' at Nash
ville, on the 10th, 11th, 12th, lath and
14th of September. It will be the lar
gest and mos attractive Fair ever held
in the State. Just ten thousand dol
lars in premiums is offered. It is in
charge of some of the best men in the
State whose names are a guarantee
that they will make it the greatest
Fair held in the South this year. We
trust the people of Maury county will
prepare something worthy of the coun
ty for exhibition at the State Fair. We
believe our farmers can take a large
proportion of the premiums. They
have the horses, catt'e, sheep, lwgs, :
etc.. in abundance, and of the purest
and best breed.
: Jie- i l'Uud in I'.uis.
' j i;i in r.i .. '.ab.v-
;.i ' ' Cie' ' ii." i.-f fl-.ir
; .;i - ,-!oiiui. -i-d :,m
,s utlC of the beet tf-ntf o.'.V.-,'
mat i!'r- tiwtli uw nt up to congrc-t
Hinrc the war, AN.D iT WOULD I E
A (illKAT MlSFOltTl'NE 'OT TO
HAVE HiM THERE IN TrJ5
NEXT C'ONtJKESS. AS CHAIR
MAN OF THE COMMITTEE ON
NAVAL AFFAIRS HE HAS AC
COMPLISH ED A GREAT NATION
AL HERVIC:, AND THE PEOPLE
OF HIS DISTRICT OUGHT TO
SEND HIM BACK TO HIS SEAT
AS LONG AS HE IS WILLING TO
COME." "I happen to know some
thing aliout Wbitthorne," replied a
quiet, grayish gentleman opposite.
"Being an old naval ofikr, J was
jimiuoaed before his committee and
examined by Mr. Vhitthorue, and I
uritnf sail that he displayed a more
thorough and accurate knowledge .
naralvffaln tjuin avy clHlian, J ever
mrt in mg life, and fie m better ioetcd
and qualified than any teertiary of
the nary we have had ia the thirty
yearn that J have been in the service."
The other two approved of these re
marks, and (hvh wf them pictured a
bright and prosperous futyr for the
South, and spoke of the importance ot
electing boofr, ble and qualified
men to fill all position of trust and
honor, and also the necessity faf build
ing up manufactories. He might
have been told that the people of the
South begin to understand that trained
I stateew-en " pt made in a day. and
C;l. t i.i
PI I- f
e i a
si."l! ;nl m Jslmon Hol
o!.j H'i!;:iig a pK'k in the
,'.' 1 coi. ), causing the
T.he hdter in a few moments.
Moi :ovv v w is arrested and
i j .i ; ; . .' e ni James was a vio
lU. some negroe, who made
-euially ou elec-
near I vy
;t.;s ).la, e.
Kunr.tr: Last V'tsdres
ibo it t o'clock, Elijah
ni t ,-ev e-i. I other men were
d fishing in Duck River,
. - i.. Jiu,i:t. ;jve miles from
.ii r. y meyai i? )appei
v. aler, liiougn ii 'iiood
fiViii ' SOUitf CUUe was
His lirotlier was nca? !'v hi
I him a gig-handle
, fci'i sudd -ulv as
i,j.:riit fi.-'hi Uii J.ro;:.w, i,.-j.i went
now;., A-'kin."; it u i'h him, and at last
accouiHs neither ha 1 been found.
Mi. V. about twr-nty-live yeajs
a!.I. trad left a wife .iivi ime child to
m urn his untiajely end.
Louisiaua is raising a big ice crop.
The Texas green 1 nickers will put a
State ticket in the field.
.State news in a Texas paper consists
chiefly m accounts ot killings
Portions of Georgia arc suffering
severely from drouth.
Fez is Greenbackers are making Con
Mabama is receiving bids for theu
catiou of her A. and M. College.
V. 1. Chilton is stumping Alabama
for the Lee Monument association.
The Richmond State thinks the Mof.
fet register as unreliable as Agnes
Over one hundred Mustang ponies
were landed at Wilmiugton, N. C.
Sheriff McInturfF, of Unicoi county,
Tenn,, had two children killed by ligh
The nuisance, the first cotton-bale
item is beginning to appear in the
The ice factory in Knoxville is turn
ing out seven tons per day at one cent
Some of the Texas papers say it took
1.5(H) delecates live days to nominate
a man the people didn't want.
The Georgia State fair, at Atlan
ta in October, oners ifl4,.jU0 in pre
Rev. J. C. Rushing was found dead
in the prairie near Dallas, Texas. Sup
The streams in parts of Georgia and
IS ortu Carolina are said to be lower
than for forty years.
Georcia has a Louisville. JefJhrson
county, and a South Carolina to W has
A South Carolina negro deserted his
sick wife, and she and three little
children starvedjto death.
The Vicksburg Herald thinks Peter
Cooper now lias more strength in the
South than Mr. Tilden has.
Gen. Joseph E. Johnston has six
competitors for the congressional nom
iuatiou in the Richmond district.
The Charleston (S. C.) Journal of
Commerce has suspended after eating
up 00,000 dollars over and above its
In Nashville the commdrum,"Who
struck Billy Patterson?" has given
way to "who shot Jones Buxte-""
Rev. Anderson Burns, coloivu. of
South Carolina, has been arrested for
killing his wife and throwing her in a
When a Texas barbecue crowd is in
vited to charge the tabiobovs are
trampled todtath, and a number of
A Dr. Levender, of Georgia cuts the
forelegs of a II his goats oll'nt the knee,
and never allows a horn on any of his
A Pulaski conaiy G.a., man expects
to make this year sixy bales of cotten
and two thousand bushels of corn with
Sidnev Owen-: marr
cirl, on the lot S
, i.shes, inn! de
The Yellow Fever.
VrnKSBUKQ. Miss.. July 20. Two
deaths from yellow fever have occurred
and another patient is ill at the hospit
al. All were put ashore from tue
steamer John Porter, from New Or-
eans for Pittsburg. There is considera
XkwOrikaxs, July 28. The total
number of yellow fever cases reported
to the Hoard or Health up to noon to
day is 5H; deaths 'lo. jno report has been
received to-day from the charity Hos
pital, but it is stated that a number or
new cases were admitted.
QUARANTINE PROPOSED AT CAIRO, I Uh.
Cairo, July 28. The councils meets
to-morrow to establish a quarantine
against up bound steamers, as a pro
tection against yellow fever.
Memphis, July 31. A largely at
tended meeting of merchants was held
at the Cotton exchange this morning,
at which means were raised to assist
the Board of health in its efforts to
prevent the introduction of yellow fe
ver. Not a single case has yet reached
the city. The river and railroads are
quarantined against New Orleans and
Vicksburg. The work of cleaning the
city has been commenced, and there
seems to be no possibility of the fever
reaching Memphis this year.
New Orleans, July 31. The Board
of Health reports thirty-one new cases
and five deaths for the 21 hours to
CairoJIix., July 31. The health
committee boarded the tow-boat John
Porter below the city and found all
New Orleans, August 1. The
Board of Health report twenty-four
new cases of yellow fever, and several
deaths for the past twenty-four hours
Cincinnati, August 1. A negro
died at the hospital to y, from yel
low fever, and a man irom New Or
leans, was sent to the hospital for
treatment for the same disease.
Ixrt-isvriXE, Aug. 1. Fondy Car
roll, a striker on the steamer Mary
Houston, from New Orleans, which
arrived week ago, is sick in New
t Arftarri-irfih a pronounced case of
yeUow-vert' ile w recovering under
Tex., the 2-".ii.
it will take t
weeks In ; ! an up
iill ( ()cra lloll -. -el
A cot jini-mill
spindles and eii'i
hands will heain
i Home Gn.,
her pa rants'
air the Aus
e Texas State
oyie,r two hundred
!e!;,tions in Vanc-
luse, S. C, October.
A mob of negroes at Kiuston, N. C,
attacked a Democrat negro, who,
though beaten ncariy to death, killed
three of his assailants.
The Releigh News says this year's
fruit crop is very inferior, and it is
probable that North Carolina will nev
er auain see the equal of that of
The National Greenback party of
Tennessee has called a State conven
tion to meet at Nashville on August 20
to nominate a candidate for Govern
or. The Galveston News, in noticing
the general expression of business in
Texas, says that the El Paso stage
has uot been robbed for more than a
North Carolina had an election
Thursday for Chief Justice, twd Asso
ciate Justices, three Judges of tlSupe
rifir Court and nine district tool jfi-
toys. f (
The Sunday ordinance in Richmond
worked so badly that it was promply
repealed, and the back doors of the bar
rooms will be gpeiied as usual on Sun
The ice dealers of Charleston have
New York Tribune, July 2!),
A case involving details of the most
unnatural lust and crue"v was brought
nuothe juistrict Attorn, 's orhce yes
terday, and was sent to the lefferson
Market Police Court. Elizabeth Ayres,
of No. 121 Christopher street, the wife
of a horse-car driver on the Christo
pher street railroad, declares that ber
nustranu is ner own brother, who se
duced her in Ireland, afterward main
taining incestuous relations both with
herself and her sister Bridget, and
murdered two of her children. She
siiys that their real name is Kilcoy.
With SIMM) that she had saved by years
of work in this country, she went to
Ireland in 1S72, as her brother James
had sent word to her that their mother
wasdving. She found hermother had
ifofeveii been sick. fShe alleges that
James drugged and outraged her, and
afterward took her money. She became
pregnant, and shortly afterward re
turned to New York, bringing with
her her sister Bridget. A child was
born to her, which lived eighteen
months. In 1S05 James came to this
country, and they lived together as
husband and wife. She afterward gave
birth to twins. At the same time he
also cohabited with her sister who has
borne four children. She states that
.lames and her sister gave her twius a
blueish poisonous substance. The chil
dren suddenly died six weeks after
birth, the poison causing their liodis
to turn black and blue. She further
states that James married Bridget,
keeping her at several places, and that
he knows where she can be found at
present, but she has not seen her since
Justice Smith sent for Ayres and his
wife Elizabeth. Ayres stated that Eliz
abeth was his wife, but not his sister,
and addid that she was insane. Her
excited manner impressed the court
that she was not in her right mind
The Justice allowed Aj-ers to depart ou
parole that ne should apiiear when
summoned. Justice Smith said that
he thought that the woman was labor
ing under a hallucination, but as the
District Attorney had said that the
case was a serious one he intended to
The Course of True Love.
Cincinnati, Ohio, July 26. The
little city of Dayton, Ky., just across
the river, is greatly excited over a len
nessee sensation. Thomas Sheppard,
a painter, left a few years ago and
nothing was since heard of hiin. He
left behind a wife and several children
whom he had provided for poorly. It
now seems he lately wandered to Dech
erd, Franklin county, Tenn. He was
employed on several jobs ot panning
in the lieighberhood. A Mrs. imams
a wealthy widow, employed Sheppard
to paint a house for her, and while in
her employ he won the fair lady's heart,
and in addition thereto her hand.
ii uch to the surprise of everybody, the
two were married. As soon as the cer-
etuoiiv was performed, the trossip mon
gera ot Decherd began to talis, anu
various were the rumors which floated
throuch the little town about the rich
widow marrvinsr a tramp. In Decherd
resides an eminent physician, named
Dr. Tlios. Shepperd, A letter wassent
a few days asco to the tramp Sheppard
from Mr. James Pagau of Newport.
Ihe letter, after mentioning some ouv
er matters, went on to tell that Shep
pard's wife and family who live in
Dayton, Ky., were well, and that Mrs
Sheppard had considerable difficulty in
supporting the children. By mistake,
the letter when it arrived in Decherd
was put in Dr. Shenoerd's box. The
Dr. thinkius it was for him opened it.
but was tillable to undersand it until
the marriage of Mrs. Williams and the
Newport Sheppard. when the mystery
was solved. The j)octor put it in the
hands of Mrs. Williams' friends ana
to them it appeared that Mr. Sheppard
was guilty of bigamy. They hail him
arrested and taken to VVinchester,
Tenn.. and incarcerated in jail. After
some correspondence with the official
here, the friends of Mrs. Williams sent
a Mr. Blair to Newport to work up the
case: arriving here they lound every
thing as they expected except that
Sheppard's wife some time ago obtain
ed a divorce on the grounds of drunk.
euness and desertion. This let him out
and an order for his release was tele.
The Cotton-Worm Commission.
N. Y. Tribune.
The Department of Agriculture has
organized, through Prof. Riley, its
entomologist, a commission to exam
ine the cotton-worm and other insects
injurious to agricultural plants. Be
sides Prof. Riley, it consists of Prof. A
R. Grote, of Buffalo; Prof. J. H. Com
stock, of Cornell University, and sev
eral local observers. Prof. Grote will
leave New York for the South in
few trays, and will visit Florida and
Georgia. Prof. Comstock is already
there, his investigations being confined
to Alabama anil lennessee. The
work will be cotinued during the sum
mer and fall, and be resumed in the
spring. Professor Grote, after obser
vations extending over hve years m
the Cotton belt, tounil that thecottoi
worm was migratory, following the
coast line and extending over the
country from South to North. The
movements of the moth are favored
by the prevailing winds over the Cot
ton states, ihe worm, according t
Professor Grote, is not indigenous to
the South, but came from the West
Indies and Mexico, where the plant is
perennial and the insect native. Jt
fails to survive the Southern winter
so that every year there is a fresh iin
portation. At the same time, the
Professor thinks, the moth may liv
through the winter in certain parts of
Morula and Texas and along thecoas
ot ueorgia. lie is specially commis
sioned to study the migrations of the
insect, which must lie understood in
order to recommend proper means of
prevention, ami is confident that when
its movements are ascertained its
range can be checked. The present
inquiry is regarded as a matter of
great economical importance, aud
is hoped that the commission which
has been undertaken will be continued
until definite results are obtained.
Said Mr. John Sherman,' iu a letter
lo Hayes, dateil at iNew Orleans, No
vember 'Jii, 1S70; "That you would
have received, ut a fair election, a
large majority in Louisiana, no huest
man can quwwuu. . j mu uui
receive a majority is equally clear."
Of these two statements, the first is a
mere matter of guesswork. JNo "hon
est man" would undertake to predict
exactly the result of ballot-boxing in
any particular place or on any partic
ular Wtu Ixuisiana. All that
any honest nja of? my fsort of man
can tell about any etettiou is tlu3 re
suit of It a shown by the contents of
the ballot-box. By that test, Mr.
yijermau admitted that Hayes had
uot a majority in Louisiana The pre-nl-mt
'bn!!-ozijia' aud intimida
tion j utterly preposterous. otluyg
of the Jtl4 W&B Beard of until after
the election. Me nis fdenfion ma
chinery of the State was in tiie tauds
of Mr. Hayes' friends. Supervisors to
manage registration and the election
were sent to the country parishes di
rect from the New Oi leans Custom
house. Tlie State swarmed with
troops. A sinijhj hint of intimidation
n anv parish would u&n brought I
down upon it' a baitalibji of cavalry.
There was nothing of the kind repor
ted jfothjmr thought o until there
turns fcknvi fc, th.9vjng the certainty,
is Sherman admits, ftf, the Hayes
lectors did not receive & njaiorijy of
che votea.Chlcago Timet,
raised the price of that article, butt!
manufactory at Savannah supplies the
demand at less than oue cent a
The San Antonia Convention, fail
ing to make a Congressional nomina
tion Schleicher and Ireland have ta
ken the stump, and are making things
Iu Georgia, a white girl aged fifteen,
ran off' with a negro man, and both
lauded in the Savannah jail. The gi 1
claims to be a negro, and clings to the
Mr. Hugh D. Wad well, of Savan
nah. has lost his place in the Post
office Department because he refused
to pay the political assessment called
for by fforham'a committee.
The rehOittiF sent qyer wbdi the Li-
berian emigrant ship discovered pne
negro in Monrovia who had made
money and was delighted with the
country. He was an uudertaker.
"Austin (Texas) Statesman.- Some peo
ple predict that corn will not bring
over fifteen cents a bushels this fall.
Farmers had 1 etter make their ar-
ngemeuui m reed as tfupif m OatyDje
it to hogs and cattle.
A correspondent of the Blue Ridge
Echo mentions the tact a farmer in
Rappahannock county, who sowed
ten fops .of phosphate last fall, now
olferi Lis, entire wheat crop to any
one who will pay for the lertihxei..
An affair of honor between Hon.
Chas. Hays, a notorious ex-memlier
of Congress, and W. T. Screws, Dem
ocratic nominee for Secretary ot State,
which was to have occurred Thursday
at Eutay. Ala., failed to ccp off.
Dallas (Tex.) Herald, fcjatirtday: Ex.
Uovernor John v. l.reiwn, or lennes
see, and Hon. lsnam li. Harris, sena
tor from Tennessee, from"returned fort
Worth last night, aud stopped at the
WiO'iior. Lneyieu today tor Mar
Dallas (Tex.) Herald: Since the ad
journment of the Democratic Conven
tion held recently' at Austin, there has
hpen mire or less talk coucermng the
division of the .Miie, act strong was the
CiUJUlUUli UI BCl.iMl)T nrciiff if L .-ills
The Government refuses to pay $00
pr Q for ice, and Custom house aud
other employes a,t 2ew Orleans have
to drink warm water. D,ig honor
the Mayor of the city is taig steps
to import ice, an it is absolutely in
dinnpiisable bi the treatment of yellow
Page (Va,) Courier here in a
man living in Shenandoah county,
who last year paid $14 dog tax aud
but 76 cents ou all his other effects,
the collector not lieing able to collect
his capitation tax.
The Hon. D. B. Culbertson, of Tex
as, advise the voters in the district to
subbCEjbot for and to. read the Congres
sional Record aud ht ioneioy'tj pa
per, if they wish to know what posi
tion the Demobratic party has taken
on the financial question.
Montgouery Advertiser: Five sleeiv
era containing refuges from New Or
leans passed through this city last
nightr They are fleeing from the
imaginary Wiqi-a of "yellow Jack,"
but this largs mjailieys inqicaie phere
is a considerable exodus from the Cres
Jonesboro (Tenn.) Journal- After
the recent heavy rains South Indian
creek, in Unicoi county, became so
madefy that all the hsh of the stream
were suffovied nd killed. It is said
that they washed upon th$ Laiiku and
left by thousands, and after twenty
four hours the stench arising from the
makf an examination.
: 1' '' mX
pin Audacious Crime.
Nkw iokk. July 2S. The Times
to-day adds to the criminal record an
account of perhaps the most audacious
crime ever perpetrated in this coun
try. It -appears that some months
since a married lady of Boston, of
great refinement and beauty, and oc
cupying a prominent social position,
had been visiting friends m the inte
rior of this State, and when leaving
tooK a urawmg-room car on the JNew
York Central railroad for Albany,
where her husband awaited her. Two
villains followed into the car, proba
bly attracted by the valuable jewelry
she wore; and when the conductor
approached the lady for tickets in
formed him that they were her friends.
that she was deranged, and they had
unfortunately been selected to convey
her to the-L tica asylum. In spite of
her protestations and appeals for pro
tection, the scoundrels succeeded in
convincing the conductor and passen
gers of the truth of their story and re
moved the lady from the cars at Utica.
she swuoniug aa the train moved
away. She was then lifted into a
coach, chloroformed, taken to a house
of ill repute, outraged, and robbed of
jewelry and clothing. The husband
learned of his wife's alleged insanity
when the train arrived at Albany, and
procurinir a special engine, gtaf fed for
tltica Wpont dPlW: 'TAW arriving.
a tew inquiries euahleq him to nnd
the disreputable b,us,e where his wife
had been taken, and there he iound
her lying upon a bed, almost stripped
of clothing and her mind seriously in
jured uy ner tern Die experience, xso
garnet, are ven, irpjn considorauons
of delicacy. The husband' has made
every effort consistent with privacy to
discover the fiends, but so far without
Sensible Words frsm Citizen Schwab.
Citizen Justice Schwab is a sensible
man. He has some peculiar notions
but evidently he understands the cur
rent questions of the day thorouirhlv
Nothing better has been said anywhere
for instance, about the meaning
oi tie gr-enback moven e it
than Mr. Schwab said to a Herald re
porter day liefore yesleilay. ."The
na loij n la'ior greenback party c in
uo, n sain, "is to help the middl
classes of society to bring back for
a tew j'ears the hollow prosperity of
the war times by flooding the country
paper money and giving these (laioes
l reier to a chatice to taeiulatb and
make fortunes t.uiukly. The workim
people would not bebenefited. Every
thing they eat and wear would tro un
and their wajjrcs would iro un. but. not.
as nigu as their expenses. J Sadly oil
as they are now, they might be worse
on uieu. iiiougu linugut give them
a few years of hjgher wages, but al
ways higher prices, the reaction would
leave them worse off than ever."
Ye congratulate Citizen Schwab?
there is sound sense in every line of
this brief statement. New York Her
Hon. W. C. Whitthorne announces
m this Issue as a candidate for re-elec
tion to Congress. Mr. Whitthorne is
Known to every man in this congress
lonal district, and if acain honorml
tthe high position to which ha abpiies,
,j m hohuv u tueiuiure, as me past.
serve his country ably and honestly.
ie submits his claims suhieet to the
action of the Congressional Democrats
ic Convention which meets in Pulask5,
in the month of September. Wayne
Exit A Clergyman.
GoCv-EitxKVK, if. V., Quly 2-). The
Rev. H. C. Miller, ah Episcopal clerirv-
man of this place, was charged onoath
of Miss Maria Foster, of this town. aired
abiut twenty-five years, wi Ja being the
lather ot ner unborn child. He was
arieesied, and gaye hajl in the sum of
Mr. John W. Iiiiiii.ui.. in
chairrnaii of the Slate Democratic
convention, gives notice that Louis
ville, Nasshville and Oreat Southern
and the Nashville, Chattanooga aud
St. Louis railroads will carry delegates
to the State Democratic convention,
August loth, at six cents a mile for the
round trip, or three cents e.-ifh wav
Tickets will lie old August tilth , Hth
and loth, aiid wjH le good (o return
until August 17th. The St. Louis land
Southeastern will sell at their usual
round trip rates. Similar arrangements
have been made with the rpds i East
anq Wt aejaupep.
&i'WJ for hisappearance'in A-nust he-
.... . rlTr. rv.,,-1. f L- w . .
f Biowuy niain tamed his entire
uuioJin up to witnin a day or so,
stoMtly" maintained his entire
Mixistkk Novks sailed for Eurone
Saturday with the commendations of
the itepuhhcau organs who declare
he has "vindicated" himself as to the
Florida steal. The general impression
is that Noyes failed to clear himself
of the charge pf vimnig the -'lurida
fraud factory. Dxnis, on Saturday,
showed that Npvks was guilty of a
deliberate fulsphood in his testimony.
Noyes has been a close follower of
siufAVfairkl.'3 frbmda hVe been try- I JoHN'SitfeRM-VN in this busmexs. These
ing to settle the case ia some way, but j stalwarts are all a. very sedulous set of
it was in tbe bands of the County liars.
THE NEWS. 1
The yellow fever is creeping up the
A torpedo for grave-diiarers is a late
A handsome new paper has been
started at Dickson, Tenn., by Neil P.
A "Midsummer Hop" will come off
at the Jackson House, Blount Springs,
Ala., August 15th, 1.S78. It promises
to be a grand affair.
Kearney, the California Commu
nist, has arrived in Boston. He says
he came to visit his friend Ben But
ler. He refused to accept a free pass
from the railroads "vampires," he
A special to the Galveston News
says: Oue reason for the Mexican
failing to take advantage of the last
full moon is that the Rio Grande is too
high to cross stock over. Official infor
mation has been received at headquar
ters oi stolen nenis having been uriV'
en to the Rio Grande an d abandoned.
Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser: The
law authorising the hiring out of State
and csunry covicts will no doubt be
bone of contention in the next Legis
lature. An effort will be made to re
peal the law on the ground that inter
leres with honest labor.
Galveston News: A monster of the
deep, in the shape of a shark thirteen
feet long, was pulled out of bay yester
day evening. The mouth was suffi
ciently large when open to permit the
passage oi a man's head and shoulders,
and it required twenty men to land
him on the wharf.
The first shipment of the Leconte,
or Chinese sand-pear, was made on
Monday last from Thomasville, Ga.,
ny Messrs. annadoe and McKiunon
r orty-h ve era tes were sen t to Boston .
Many speculations were indulged in
as to the probable returns. Other ship
ments to other markets will soon fol
Montgomery Advertiser: A negro
boy was bitten by a dog yesterday, in
several places, and the foolish mother
acting on the principle ' 'the hair ot i he
dog is good for the bite," proceed 1 at
to ml the wounds with the dog s hair.
Dr. Blue was summoned, and after an
hour's work succeeded in having the
hair taken out and other remedies ap
Dallas (Tex.) Commercial. The con
vention congratulated the country on
the possession once more of the dollar
of the daddies. But it would lie a sub
ject of much more congratulation if all
the Mexican silver was abolished from
the country. It was only last Friday
that our banks and business houses
came down another five cents on the
Mexican dollar. This makes a loss of
ten per cent, on that money since its
introduction in the city.
New Orleans Democrat: Crops are
reported good throughout the State.
Tbe corn crop in every portio.i of tbe
State is excellent, and oue of the finest
ever made. Rice also is in splendid
condition, and an extraordinary large
crop is promised. In the sugar region
the cane is everywhere reported sever
al weeks ahead of last year. The
weather has generally been good for
cane, althongh a little less rain is now
desirable. Cotton is the only crop not
in a promising condition.
Tin-: prevalence of yellow fever in
New Orlea ns is attributed to the com
ing of fruit vessels to the city, with
clearance papers madeout from an un
infected port, while they are known to
have touched at infected ports in trans
it. In thee precarious time. it would be
better to disinfect every vessel coming
from Cuban, Mexican or South Amer
ican ports with carbolic acid, even if
her papers indicate that she is all right.
The risk is too great. Carbolic acid is
lieing used with good effect in New Or
leans, and the disease has not assumed
an epidemic form.
J. R. LAMB.
L. A. BOYD-
LAMB & BOYD,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
Chairs, Mattresses and Spring Bed Bottoms.
Agents for the best make of PARLOR FURNITURE, which will lie sold at
Also contractors for Building Houses Complete. All kinds of Building Mate
rial furnished on short notice, namely: Sash, Doors, lilinds, Moldings, etc.
Flooring, Ceiling and Weather Boarding kept constantly on baud.
All our work warranted to be of the very liest material and by the liest
By buying from us you stop your money at home. Everything sold low to
suit the times.
Orders from a distance solicited and promptly attended to. aug2-tf.
3ood ordinal y
Corn, per bn
V .,,., . 1 ...
.1 . ' I. ..... UU H...i
Ulioie.e, Xew Orleans
Choice (iolden ,
In barrels 185-',lo
Muckerel No 1 1
S&F'l'tiM&UJb iu, ii, i, w-ana
10,000 m 'PREMIUMS s
S5.000 in Premiums to the Various Agricultural Industries ! $200.00 for
Poultry ! $3,200 in Speed Premiums ! Entrance for all
Premiums Free, except in Speed Itings.
rpilK Tennessee Agricultural Association will hold a Orand Slatrifatr at their NrrmudN,
X September 10, 11. 12, 13 aud 14, 1K7S. Competition open to the World. Ten ThoiiKHiid
LioIIhik Jn Premiums oll'ered. Kvery arrangement will be made lo make this by larthe
most attractive exhibition of the kind ever held in the South. The U rounds will be put
in lirst-class condition and everything possible done to com rtbute to the comlori, pleas
ure Htiil enjoyment of visitors. Further particulars will be found In t'Rtaloues, Posters,
and Hnnd-bills. Address all coinmuuic.-iltons to the Tennessee Agricultural AuKOtlitlon.
OFI-'H'EHS: Jno. AI. Thompson, President; V. It, Klrkuiau, Vice-President; M. S. Cock
rill. Treasurer: Hn I... 'rti;he!w1, Secretary.
Ui lAillJ ( IF I) ItE'JTOKS: v. Li. Polk, Thos. CJibson, Campbell Brown, M. M. Unrdner,
Jno. M. Thompson, V. U Kirkman, A. J. McKimmlD, I,. Nelson, M. K. CockrlU, J. V.
Marlin. bu "2 .51.
. . . . . i
WW 1 20
7r 1 2-5
HUfi l 20
Mackerel, No. 3
White per lb
New Irish Potntoes
Old Irish Potatoes
A SELECT SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES !
WOODBTJRN, WARREN COUNTY, KY.
TERMS PER SESSION OF TWENTY WEEKS:
Board, Washlnp, Fuel, Lights, Furnished Rooms and attenrimre on Kooms gui no
Tuition, tuiouuhout the specified course of study. Including the Ancient. I . 'r'.'.'.'.'.V.V,V' .-....
Incidental Fee, .T.....7. .' 1
EXTRA 3 -
Tuition In Music on Piano or Guitar,
Use of instrument In practice
Drawing and Painting, daily lessons, each,
Urawing and Painting, trl-weekly lessons, each,
French and German, each,
Tolet. per dozen
Hliaviug, per dozen.
W n. . l 1 ,-,,.-.,
Flour and Meal
THE FALL TERM WILL BEGIN ON TIIE
FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER, 1878.
Java coffee per rb
Laguayra per ft
o pur ft... .,..,.
Iiio roasted per lb
A. Coffee sugar per Ih
C Yellow sngar per lb.
Bright N.O. per Jk
Cut Loaf per lb
vru&neu per id..,
ed per fb......
ated per tb. ...
I50r,i lii I
c o n ph of
MISS T,OU ARNOLD,
MKS. B. F. UABilLL,
MISS MOIil.IE KA R It,
MISS KL1ZA HOB1NSON,
E It S :-
A114S. fc. Fl KL.DS.
All the teachers reside In the same building with Ihe mi nils. This favr. it ....
of that care aud solicitude oi which young ladles should not be deprived while itl sent
from t.he Maternal roof. The rooms are neatly carpeted and conveniently f.., Z .
supplied with leather-beds and pillows, soli double blankets, heavy comforts and coin-
lonauie wiwu ures.
Compare our prices with other Colleges of similar erade. and make im.nir.,
the thorough instruction given in class-rooms, and the care exercised over everv stnllen
intrusted to our chargj. For further particulars address, "
H. . t'.XBKM,, President, or
July 19-3m. W. F. Wll 1TKS1DKS, Proprietor,
Hire per lb
Cheese per lb
Honey per lb
Kaisins per lb
Currants per i I ....
Srcii per 3. ,
Bran per cwt
Shorts per cwt,'.,',.,,.
Hominy per lb
Nails per lb
Chestnuts per bu....
' 51 00 j
perinteudent of the Poor, and they
could do notbintr iu that direction.
hese fiwts becoming jjyfclic it was get
ting pfPf J hftt pr he Tpverend gen
tleman, aud lie took the 4 n. m. train
South yesterday, leaving his bondsmen
to settle matters aa best they can, as
no one expects mm to return, it is said
that left bis Cornier charge in
Maine in causequente of a similar
scandal. He has had the confidence
aud respect of the community hereto
fore, and been held in ingli esteem by
his church. The woman is also a mem
ber of his church, and has heretofore
borne a good character. v
lecomposition was almost insuffera
It alhioat wiQa aa if our ex-Presi
dent is artful. What could better serve
to draw to him the heart of the North
than the expression of au opinion that
the Northern armies beat the Southern
armies without Having any advantages
whatever? In the present semiscivil
ized condition of the world, the great
man who will tell the men of his sec
tion j,Uaj, mtf uf tji cau. wUip ftny
ten men or ifuy othej'st'btiQn, can easi
ly become a popular idol. Mauy Amer
ican schoolboys suppose that a thou
sand American soldiers would make
short work of 60,000 Englishmen, and
there are grown Americans who firm
ly believe that a'l Englishmen are
ecwards. Gen. Grant is only seeking
to' get duue itORe mio me fcurt&nt ot
patrfotis'ni, which Kais heretofore ldat-
The Manjuis of IjOrmk, eldest son
of the Duke of Akoyi,i, anil luiUuid
of her Iaya Highness Ixiuisa Caroline
Alberta, daughter' p,f Queeii A'ictoria,
will succeed lit. Hon. Frederick Tem
ple Blackwood; Earl of Durierin,in the
Governor Generalship of 'anada. The
salary is$V.),ooo a yeur, riud:ii the Mar
quis' wiiw has an Income ot $30,000
a year tbey will
Male d hm,
uianage to get a long
It is generally agreed ou " aU Sides
that Mr. Hendricks has ceased to be
4, Presidential possibility, aud that Mr.
Thurman has taken his place. Thjs
may le reverjeU 1. tha Untutiev elec-
ions,for if Indi., should go democrat
ic and Ohio llepublican, Mr. Thurman
would subside as quick as he rose. If
both go Democratic, Thurman would
still be ahead. 2Cew York Tribune.
THF; nexl term or this school begins Mon
dHy. September 2, 1KTH. The curriculum
iuoludes three full courses, au Academic, an
Knslish and a Commercial Course. Any
student completing either will receive a
Diploma ceitiiyiug ine same, lue Lm
merclul Course Is as thoronuh o that of any
Commercial College la the United States.
Instruction iu Kloeulion and sintituc with
out extra charge. '
TKRM8PK 11 MONTHS j
Primary Classes,,.,,,, S1.50 j
Preparatory, '. 3.(K) !
Advarced ' : .)
Cftrnmercial Course, , ti.u
An Incidental Fee of SI .00 per term will be I
charged payable alrii ttu ia mtaiiiir. All tu-
! itiou bills are due at the end of each school
month. No deduction will be made for ab
sence, exoept In cases of protracted sickness.
r or iurtner iniormatlon, address,
T. F. UK V IKK,
15y virtue of a trust convevnnce ,..m
from Joshua O. Bailey ami hj? wlfr M c
yol.3.I'aCHHmH.i. I wili .
f. i . .j - - . y
court-house in CoUuab. tUSu'TL 12Z
lorsaletothe hlsbest r.A- 1
llailev executed on the 27th dav f Novem
ber, recorded in the oltice ol the Keels
ter for Maury county, Tenn . li iLW
Ihe 2iilh of Any usl, 1X7S, at
cerium ioi, or parcel of lami,
situated iu the
"'Vw" of Coll. n i, Maury
county, Tenu.; froutln" on 7th slrwt r?,
uinabet-alut.ilti f,-?t on the itt lull'
linnwit. n ia- ...... side-
about 1 18 feet: thence ea.st feel- ti rlU
north alxut hV feet tS t tie VlinnTn tb?
Within legal hours. W K. C. fAiei.N1"
G. P. FTierson, Attorney. 'f
Old Garibaldi goes in for "rifle
clubs" and Tyrol annexation. He
will get himself iqtq his old troubles if
he iu uut uiMpuU, io ivuig Hximbei't ia
not han'keiiiiir nfter a war with Fran
cis J osepn j ust now.
fPHE next session of this Inslitution will
J begin Angust 19, 1878. Scholars thor
oughly prepared for Colleee or I'uiversity
course. The following is au extract from a
letter, dated January 27, 1S7S, of a i;n iL-er
pupU, Burton M. Doy'e, ot a ersnrg, Ten
ne,ee. " j:ot,lhe'&priQlntment jbe means
vJ v-, uiin ivi j. oijiiijoi at west itiui
through the instrumentality of a competi
tive examination at Humboldt on the Ulb
inst.,over seven other competitors, and I
feel that I OWa much Of niv fillneua In l.hnt.
decisive competition, to your never to he
forgotten instruction. I can say that you
are the greatest of my benefactors, and the
one to whom I owe my success."
(Spring Hill Is located In a htalthy por
tion of Middle Tennessee, ou the line ol the
I1iikllla inH V.ihvlll. t. 7 V 1""
tor terras, etc., ftp uly to " T
' ' " ' '.V. WEI8S1N
Royalty is iudeeu becomins: vcrv
commonplace. The Duches'of Idix-
KURfiH accidentally ran her carriage
over a little child at Malta, and her
Imperial Highness jumped, out, lifted
the hild inxa her Carriage, 'hiirrJed to
ed so taiany ritin oargoeg to capicious been the object of her constant solici
ejevator. ' j tude and attention,
The ihterwt on Stet fachool Fund will be
due ot the UtQi July, 178. Maury county
geUTtl.ia5..S on the 8th of July. I will pro
rata the same: also the balunna rr f,,,,.i
1877, which is now In the hands of the con-1
Ar,rtl 12 1K7 W. T. EDWARDS,
April 12,1878. TlUbtee
Pure Bred Fowls.
.i. .. jlu'sco.ui:
Breeder and Shipper of
hli TM kti and ff&tsr Fowls
IPvenol',1 te'ofy T 1'
given U aH pers,nK iH rvl,y
saldestaietotiiLt. V?.5 clHhn Kfust
wlihRiii.M il'L1'. ,'Hy authenticated
December, ro': of
they will be loiever barred. "","luu"'. or
July aitb, 1878.
K. A. JlcKAY,
Kgss for hatching ia Season, Fowls for
gale at all times. Prompt attention given
to all orders and communications, which
are respectlully solli-itud. otl;l-77-ly.
TF the notes and accounts due the '
J. of J, U Dunlup St Co. are
not settled bv
Aueust 10. 1878. they will be sued upon. This
in lair WHrning to au. 1. X. UOKDOX,
July 1W, 187lj, Attorney.
The uextBesslon opens
August 5th, 1878.
KKXU FOB CIIW l-LAR.
""noner Iiimr 1.1 fern rv nn.l ui
SWo't' L-' Wcal'cnte;
"ntelSst'vei 8r'r'tuut 1 UHtructara, K. Htu
HwtS: ' 40"' "Pi-eBeating ilneteeri
for Catalogues, address
V. UAMLAND. Chanoellor,