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Friday, May 13.1S81.
Several wths rinoe r New York
Herald eorreriMmdent stated that Hon.
A. M. Hughes wiw one of tlie leaders of
thereadjuster or injunction movement
in tmsistaU'. JUilire Hue-hes requested
us last week to nay that the statement
was untrue, iiiiqualiliediy. We would
have mailu tlio correction last week,
but forgot to do so. ,f
The consolidation of the three Columbia
newspapers ws a step in the right direc-
uon, kuicii, we iro.si, win be repeated in
ther town ia-iketatav-There is bo good
reason for the multiplicity of papers pub
lished hi Tenaestett or in the w hole country.
It has been shown that one morning daily
is sufficient for Nashville enabling the
publishers to send oat each day a news
- paper that is an honbr and a credit to the
State, and pecuniarily-profitable to 'the
proprietors. Nor is there any special de
mand for the large - number of country
weeklies. The oountry,-; and assuredly,
Jablishers would be better off with a fewer
number. In the' event of a less number of
papers, we would have better papers, more
able te employ tirst-cluRS editorial talent,
and furnish ' a larger amount of reading
matter. The courae pursued by the Colum-
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uw cuuyra is a iupm uuicijr proper one,
, ana win uiuiuaoss nave a good eneet In
lessening the number , of papers in the
stale. iirowusville States.
In- his teniperaujf speaunes, Brother
UuliocK says ot the OTTiuaard that his wife
and children are niraid of him and even
when the drunkard s dog sees him, it is so
badly friehteued that it runa under the
. bouse. The same speaker, in his inimita
ble way, aectares trial n once saw a man
-who was so drunk that although he tried
bis best he could not fail oil of a waran.
Brother Bullock, is one of the best speakers
in all of this country, and! it would be
oimcuit to hnd a man anywaere who has
worked as faithfully and successfully as he
has done in behalf of temperance, lie
bandies- John. Hurley corn wiJiout gloni,
nnpi tne maK lruui rus iaca, and shows
hiax up in his true aoiors. One of his
XoToriUi expressions is,, that f'Any man
who wrestles with John, wilj be aare to
wind up at bottom." It is always a treat
to hear Brother Bullock speak, and when
no nas nnisuoi, you teel that at an r time.
you would gladly .walk ten miles to listen
to ins burning eloquence. Temperance
tt oriu. ... . ; , : ; - i : ,
Murfreesbaro will soou have a col
ored Baptist Church. The Baptists
(colored) are building a church iu that
place and have it about completed.
The late aesaiori of the .Legislature
cost the rstate about 5 17,(A)U j
Accordinj: to predictioui the thir
teen year locusts win make their ap
pearance la TVlay
John K. Beaaley, of the Socratic pro-
testants, lias jrocIaimeu
Green backer. "
The Atlanta Constitution: ays that
Gen. Gordon owns 270,000 acres of the
nnest coal lauds in luo workL
Tlie supreme court of New Ilamp-
anire nas aecuieu tnac usee constitu
tion of that . .Vale doe . uu( exempt
cnurcn property ironr taxation.
vjver rijOttijiKs; leet: or yellow piue
Jtimoer were anqipeU from Jackson
ville, Florida, during March last. :
A telegram says that th4 inhabi
tants of Chinatown, Han . Francisco,
. are dying off frightfully but no one
seems to know. what is killing them.
Rev. 1 Itobert Matlock, in Izard
County, Ark., ; was taken lout and
lynched for the murder of Thomas
Miller. . ' :-.. .- . ; ,
The political canvass iu Virginia has
already beguu. '. .; ..
Another case of trichinosis is report
ed from A'ew York. ' . ., j
Smallpox Is epMemio in . both the
Sandwich Islands and China.)
The JenneUe -elief expedition '. will
leaye San Frauc-ieo June J. j
The people of JoCcrsou county, Ar
kansas, are greatly .excited ver the
discovery of galena as rich as ! that of
Colorado, and in Iarje. bodies. The
mines ot'e not far from : Eureka
Spring i iud have already attractt-d
tne atleiou of capitalifts. j
Eurt-k ft'pri'.it;- has -" -. -t ' . 1! e
ycar-s it l.-.- e a to . -. 3 3 , . C
the numer of members to be 74,581, an
increase at the rate of u,o00 ier month.
The balance in the treasury is 123,
872. Spartanburg, 8. C, May 10. The
unveling of the Cowpens monument,
to-morrow, will tie by younz lathes
descended from tlie heroes of the' bat
tle. ' ,
New Orleanr, May 10. The leyee at
Alsaca is broken. This levee itrotect
ed a large section of country. The
Ouachita riyerrose 10 feet, and is still
Pittsburg, May 10. Tlie coal ship
ments on this rise were, 2,834,000 bush
els, of which J,(i20,000 bushels go to
Cincinuati aud the balance to Louis
ville. Miss Talbert, living a short distance
from lluntsyille, Ala., commited sui
cide, Hunday evening, tinise un
known. ISbe was ouiy 14 or 15 years
It eosts $80,000 a year to print the
postage stamps of the United States.
. Berlin, May 10. Bismarck is great
ly irritated at . the rejection in the
Iteichstag of the military exemption
tax bill. It is reported that be accus
es the Conservatives of deserting their
Hunnewell, Ks., May 10. lite flr.-t
shipment of Texas cattle was made
from Hunnewell ou Monday night.
The drive tbis year will exceed last
year's. It is estimated that over 200,
000 will be shipped from this section
alone..' Quite a number of herds sre
en route now. Grass is flne and the
cattle filling up. ,
New Orleans, May 10. The cere
mony of dedicating the . tomb of tlie
Association of the Army - of Northern
Virginia and unveiling the statue of
StouewallJackson, which surmount
ed it, took place, this afternoon, at
Metairie Cemetery, in the presence of
several thousand citizens and visitors.
Gen. Fitzhugh Jjee delivered the ad
dress. The widow and daughter of
Oen. Jackson were present- At the
conclusion of the ceremonies, Jeffer
son Davis, in response to repeated calls
to the stand, was enthusiastically
cheered, and made, a brief, address.
The Federal cemeteries of Tennes
see will be decorated with flowers oii
the 30th of May. -
A grand railroad barbecue . will be
given on June 1st, at Caney. on the
completion of the railroad , to 8 port a.
Hon u. A. Jones will be preseut and
The State Temperance Convention
meets in Nashville May 23-4. Dr.
Joyce and lady of Nebo and Iter. T.
J. Duncan are the delegates from
Maury county. . (
A heavy drop In provisions "was an
nounced from Chicago on -the 0th.
The decline on pork averaged 80 Cents
and on lard 25 cents. i ; .
Mrs. Garfield is quite seriously ill
from nervous prostration, and is fa id
to be threatened with malarial fever.
TbeOnsus ortlce states that the peo
ple of the United States pay . annually
j26,2o0,000 for their daily newspapers.
Gen. John S. Preston, of S. C, whose
death was recently -announced, was
one of the few men ia the South who
remained bitterly opposed to recon
struction and unreconciled td the Un
ion. He was a grand Piecimen of
physical manhood, and an i eloquent
and polished orator. 1
It is estimated that 100,000 buffalo
hides were shinned out of the-vellow-
stoue country last winter. ;
The meeting of the Grand Com-
mandery of Knights Templar at
Knoxyille will be held on thn Uth and
10th of June instead of tlie. 2-Hh and
2tth of.May, which is the time for the
military drill at the Nashville Expo
SETTS. I ,
MULE, HOUSE ASD CITTLi;
May 0th, property of W. & VL.
Polk, rurvgold by Golddust. drti)ied
a bay lilly by En Held.
Attention is especially directed to
tbo local card, which appenjtsin anoth
er column this week,, giving informa
tion iu regard to the aunual live stock
sales which are to take place soon.
V. J. Wbitthorne has purchased
of It. M. Hughes a very handsome
Black Prince horso, black as night. It
would bo a splendid match for Brom'
liiUK wuiie stallion.
Joseph H. Dew sold a grade Jersey
enir ti lorn Tucker, aRd he aad Jonn
Foxall delivered it Wednesday.
We "would lx) glad if persons would
mort every transfer of live stock: no
matter bow small tlie transaction. It
will help the county and the traders.
Molly, proiMTty of W. A V. I.
Polk, a fast pacer, dropiied a black
filly by. Eufield. May 1st, JRisiug Ktar
oy rarson's estar, dropied a bay niiy
Unwashed ' Kentucky ' wool
ouoted in Boston at 18 to 25 cents re
pound and choice tub-washed at 84 to
A terrille epidemic, somewhat
akin to typhus, is making a great
navoc- among xiorses in lints, I'Tance.
The ' Paris Omnibus Company is said
to have lost 75,00 francs, aud the
(Jompagnio dea Petites Vol tun over
a million rranoea.
Cincinnati Commercial: The par
lor cattle car went through to ISew
York - In.- three days and It is claimed
that the cattle were in as good condU
tlon as when Uiey startea. it may be
the beginning of a revolution in live
- A two line paragraph is floating
through the press: 'On of Maud S.'s
colts has been sold for o,uou. Dear lit
tle thing." It is a little early to set
Maud ft. down as a brood mare. She
Is a proer young lady. Tha oolt sold
for 5J,000 was Mambrinq Russell, out
of the dam-or Maua h. -
In Boon county. Mo., at W. H-
Bass' great sale 343 head of stock sold
for $S,iJ49. : 42 Short-horns overaged
nearly $100. .
' The stallion-Mam brin o, owned by
John JI. May of Augusta, .Me., and
valuel at 15,000,is dead. ,.
V. N. Oftutt, of Scott county,
KvJ.has a SI. 100 Short-horn cow
with all the symptoms of hydropho
fJolumbia fMa Herald: Jas.
Boggs sold a 'pair of mules, 17 hands
high, to Miller & Guitar for $370 and
thev sold to Berwick Bown for
f400. .. ' " '
'itant- - .nil a riace of l . i- iu.
po:t;uctv,' .-, great in ill'i.iVtl to
r vi -.1 from that a railed to connect
it with tii- "tr-tniri l.-tiifl(J at.,2i9q)s
is now lxi "-v-m witlr-ev'eryio-
After a long silence, I tale a blunt pen
cil, to note a few variegated thoughts for
the Herald. Farming has been a dull
drag; corn and cotton thai has been planted
is growing, but cannot be worked, owing to
the nnmeroas rainfalls. No farmer of tbis
part of the county has completed planting.
Grass and weeds are tathii; possession of
the trrowinir crops. There wdi be a consid
erable increase of acreage of cotton planted
this over last year. The recent rains are
rerv aninacmc to ttte wheat cropi- ltie
n? We have a good
; pc:..'i'h crr-p, f.u- can
.---el !;(-.- butii.i,it are
Younr the ins are
oats ci-' p is lo'-'
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. Palestine, Obion Co., Tenn.
Mb. Editor: . i
Time has passed with great rapidity since
our last communication was written to your
widelv circulated and popular paper. Al-
trwtftt vpiir an m;ir1 and TeL aonarentlv
it has been only a little while. Suffice it to
sav, thas that the time has not been so long
a to cause . me lor a moment 10 torget
the Heralp, nor to erase a single name of
its members from the tablets ol my memory.
Varied are the scenes wbhA meet my eyes
at my present writing, in" comparison to
those that aurronnded me at my last. Bocks
and lull have given place to gradual
accents and descent, together with level
plains and valleys. Tea years ago it was a
forest of stately timber, very rapidly has it
changed in that time. , Quite a number of
dwellings have been erected, and various
business houses are nownnder tbesnpervia
ion of the energetic, intelligent and tem
perate citizens of this pbwe. The dry goods
establishments, only two in number, eon
tain a selection which bespeaks careful
thought and cultured taste, for the mer
chants. Messrs. Hat it W'hitthorne Camp
bell preside over as neat and orderly a store
as any merchants, however experienced
need require in a village.. Messrs. K. A F.
M. Woody are proprietors of a very exten
sive line of merchandise, -which comprise
three departments, respectively, dry goods,
groceries and drugs. The buildings are ar
ranged tor that purpose, ana, apropos, iney
have one otithemeest stores ior a "coun
try town" that can be found.
We also have a bnggy manufactory, wood
shop, blacksmith shop and drt store, all
under tlie control of Mr. eoe Wright,
one of our nice, quiet and obliging neigh
bor. As this country goes nnder tb Bame
of "such a sickly country, Win People are
using their time, talents ani BOn-y in tak
ing every advantage of finesse. Ti timber
is being cleaned tw and drug st-- mre
going up ia every quarter. H --
avwfanTthing, we surely wiU-" ip
otli'ir countries ia atUimnnr , lh and
S prlns llill.
Mrs. Mary M hito, widow of Mr. John
AVhite, and daughter of Prof. J. II. McBIair,
died at her residence nenr Keilron. on
Ihnrsday, the nh inst., after a long and
painful illn-s, which Uie bore with chris
tian fortitude aixl resignation. Asoonas
she became satisfied that the fell destroyer,
consumption, was spttlirtg down upon her
frail and delii-ate system, she becrsia to set
her house in order '.Tuot so ninth wiili refer
ence to her spiritual condition, for enrly ia
life she had "chosen that better part," that
incorruptible inheritance reserved in heav
en for God's faithfnH followers, but feeling
tbet she could not Slav lone with her dear
children, she pushed them -forward in their
?dncation as rapidly M possible, so as to lit
and qualify them for Vie active duties of
life. This, to her, was'a labo; of love, for
like her honored father, she net only knew
the advantages of a liberal liucalion, but
she loved to wander over Uie fieldii of
science and literature, and to a ill the sweet
flowers which ia rich profusion are scatter
ed aboad for the benefit and pleasure ef
any who may desire to gather ti-eiu. tier's
was a gentle, quiet, pure runt peaceful life.
Betiriog in her disposition, hit found her
chief pleasure, during her niojulw of widow"
hood, ia teachuig her childr4 and having
them nestling closely aroma her inner
own pleasant home, and ncarcvongh to en
joy the pleasant associations of Uie paternal
family circle. Her death -ai n fit-sequel
to such a life. For month (4ij had been
expecting tt, and when the l:ivlnr came
she was ready. Surrounded 'by weeping
relatives, children and frienns ,--e asked
to be placed on her knees in ',' -ne bed that
she might offer one more praye(. Tliii done,
in soft and plaintive accents "lie hr-ipered,
"come, sweet Jesus, come quickly," and a
they laid her down her pure j-f iVit usied
awav. She aweetlr fell -a!een in die nnn
of lier loving Savior, and joined li - -"
mother in the home ot the blt-Ke 1 . -V .
FicTiTijg- in the 31
PreacTjTug- in the Methodist church last
Sabbath by Mr. Curry at 11 o'clock, and at
niht by brother Krwin. At three ia the
evening Mr. Wesley IJeal delivered a gooi
lecture at the Institute to the vonng men
lie is a former pupil of the Webbs'.
About two weeks n ;o, one of the school
boys was clinibingaftjcr some bird eggs and
fell sixty-five feet ectnal measiiremeuL He
got no bones broke, but was so badly bruis
ed that he hm gone home to rest up for
next session. I -
Last ivafiHsy evening the school boys
had -the, liveliest time they have bad in a
long uuie. j rrowq 01 ttiem went down
to Kelt's mill about a mile down the creek
to . go in bathing. The place where they
went ia was just below the dam where the
water is very deep and full of sucks and
whiles, ' K'arkey Duncan, son of Kev. T. J.
Duncan, f, yon r town, was the first to get
into trouble. He got into the sacks and
was unarirto get out; so Sum Potman, son
oi i.n-.j.t,. l-ittman, went to bis rescue.
As the water was very swift, he swam by
him once and failed to get him out, and
then he turned and swam back, but be got
.into one of tiie iSicks and it played him
irom toij to bottom as if he had been a cask.
Tliei -sneked so strong that he could
not use iiis ar-ma; the water held them down
to his sid--tte ion;ht for life as long as
he had tren?th, and finally sank the hurt
time. Danenn was still fighting for hfe.
Their friend seeing their dangerous posi
tions wre doing all in their power to save
them. They finally reached Starkey. In
the mean 1 ue, they were diving to find
I'Hlmso, whi v aa found by Xeeley Finn.
He hod lloaud to where the water was but
a few feet dtep and was lying on the bot-
wui, oub x ujq was unaule o get- bun out,
but just Ihea Mr. John Wiln. n nf the
si-hol boys knd one of the stoutest young
ievi-ruw hmL col hold of Duncan
He'-f with birn. He took Dun-
BEWGIOCS ISKLUGt?, , -roJi Ciirksv i!- "."n and l'Htman under the
Services were held at all tUr' in visivoi,' Mrs. ,loh n rica. them both safely to shore,
town on last Sabbath, exceit t, u 0n nd hemiD.- Li''.r,,ea ,,,em ,nto the mill house,
riaa. whose pastor was abvnt, ; :hvUu)ther ol our. ey soon -eeovered, butam i was
me.tinir in Franklin. ...-.V - rubbed wiUi sacks and was hnal
The new organ loriuic 5", .t KuUik'WC,- ot iNr ".'
. n to
ia this placets to be brous , dine' tuT?
up in time for the concert o- iV. i. l ir-r
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mg, me urn iubi. iuskii ".'iav,
the pulpit now stands, and - f
be moved forward nearer ;
We willnlace under the lic.i i if
intelligence, the convocation or. t-'
people of the Old Baptist nersunnip
met at the colored church iu tin-;
).!it Saturday and Sabbath, theudi
respectt it looked more like n ;
gathering. Thev came iu nl' ('.:'
far and near, and in all sorts of f -,
handsome carriages and bimi;.-- .
expresses, wsgons, horseback hikI
Wniie preaching was sroin on in-,.
church, there wis, part of the tini", a!
a good deal of loud talk, noixe - n: -: .
sion, and a smart sprinkle of bl.v : i.
aide, so iia said by some who were :
Am nsuaL these ilay meetings never f.
bring raia. .
tubMalk academy, ; '
embracing the Masonic Lodge, si;!i remains
in a damaging condition, ainl now H, rj.t a
decree in the Chancery Conrt has defined
the title of the property and (here is no
longer a necessity lor delay in maki-jp the
necessary repairs, would it nr -(; vf-h for
the Masons and trustees to c
and adopt some plan for rai.
neeessary for putting a n-iv
honse. and for other ueedt i it
Let a joint committee of M..-
tees be appointed withont '" . -" -j fe I
this matter in hand, and- they ' nl iin-c,r, J
dithcolty in getting a liberal a;i l fcubsiatp
tin! snbscription from the rrt-neroiis w-ople
of this community. -
Errata. The two first line of oyCfitt
tation from Miltaa, got a HiW.'Ved, nud
H .was vcrv sick after
tl davs 1 :t -a tt react, He srys he knows just
niRB feeis when he
an a.iM-. ''
mwiie.i, for he
. He says
a as oocon-
w here they
its tre i
s i thfc
uiiikinr'a masterly fight,
' ",.e.s I think Oen. Green will
" ' i know if the raius cotitinue a few
dii.'. Ivo.i-fr that the farmers will have to
atvnd .n part of their crops.
?iwb Moore. Will 8te tdiens. John Fitz-
patnetesnd Dick Wilkes went to 8owelTs
KpirmiJI yctxsrday to pend a few days
tishii". j Vf-arty went lat week from here
i ..i-ffonse noie anastayea one nigtit.
-tHey tacdt twelve fish and three water-
U0.C8. 1 , ; ,. :
Mrs. Col 'ilkes went up toKashville last
Mondas U visit her sister, Mm. Dr. Koth-
fov.K, mTTitt urother, Airs. Holt,
; I T. Sidkby.
' The third suarterly meetinz for the
hn circuit will be held at Xew llorvechnreh
Tir.nn, ior dv uiriui,ii
snouiu reau, - ; j
So ranch the rather, tbnnCelpa.l r.li'ht.
8hln inward, and the mind through nil her
powers uraaiate ;-
!' TEESO.NAU y.
Miss Mollie C ie of oui turt -t , iruhn"
and Beautiful young ladies, wns e-evrte iu
a buggy ride by a handsome beau, on Sun
dajr evening. If that youn? man nhrnyo
drives as he did then, lie is a s.-ife l;ncl to
trust with livery torn jut-:. Tlicre .v -i,t
talking, but slow driving behind thai II, Re
setter gelding. ' ;
: aims Bauie nejmoie, oi
brunette of ere at ele2;ine of pertjn and of
strikine resemblance to the j.rettie.r. yountr
lady In Maury county, after a month's vjsit
to her aunt, Sirs. J. F. Alexander. i.s. n)Vut
returning to the city of Hocks. i j- .
Little Tear, the sweet ijtilc snii.-js. ft
till qnite sick.
was taken sick.
It is four week
asserted - very positively
Matthews will be con-
tH-oppt'ct o: f.-ctly oontnictioiii
In bis .''light with the President,
Conklins counts uin the votes of the
following Jiouiocratic benatora: Far-
, ley, Hill ol" rcorpia, J'.rown, Cockrell,
' McPbcrsotl, Havris of Tennesfee, ft.in-
som, and Davia of Illirtow. Conkling
himself claims more than this. . lie u
remrted as &ayini that there were
' Ctcen Democratio senators who will
. mipport biin. i
. ... ' It is now as.serted
" - -r that Htaiiley
firmed a justice of the supreme court
by a majority of the Democratic sena
tors. Jackson, of this State, will vote
'forLim. but it Is not known: "what
Senator Harris will do. Garland, of
Arkansas, is-' opposed to bim, and
Walker is doubtful, Morgan, . o' Ala
ttttna, is also among the doubtful ones,
hat rush, is for him, as are Jamar and
CfeorAO, of Mbwihsiiipi. y-- j
The statue of Gen. Stonewall Jack
ten, erected in the Metairie Cemetery,
2ew Orleans, was ouveiled on the
( Afternoon of May luATue committee
i f arrangemeuu declare that the
' artatue exceeds tlioiantiuipatiouB as to
f. orkmanship, "Vio like aiioarance,
etc The members of -the armies of
Korthern Virjrtiiaand Tennessee, the
Xee Monumcyl Association, and the
Veteraus prOcctHled to tLe ceruetery
In a body, Micre aiiprojiriate aud ini
' pressive cert-monies took place.
New Vork World: Dr. Swift, of
IN'arner University, Kochcster, who
baa discovered the new comet which
rises now aliout 1 o'clock a. m. and is
moving southeasterly, , is said to be
seeking a name for it. . In view of the
era of its discovery " and the oblHjuity
and extent of its tail, why not call if
"the IStar-Koutc cornet' . j
, The suit brought by !- T. Avery A
for Infringement on plowa, iuvolving
about $lol ,!, in which the casts in
the case are . enormous, which has
been on hand some year, has ben
decided, at .Louisville, agaiust the
plaintiffs and Uir-mi.ed at their cost.
Mr. Jamca Gordon Ik.'unett, it is
announced by the Whitehull Ileview,
is engaged to marry the daughter of
the Friuee of Furstcuberg.
v Knoxville talks of introducing; the
, Herdics. '
i fiara Bernhardt, the French actress,
roli--iH MoiaMnx overS-ot,o0 for the
aeven mouths she waa in tbl eoun
' try. ' . - -
Both Hous of the Indiana Legisla
lature liave passed a bill allowing wo
men to vote at all fictitious. And In
diana will hih.ii le "uuder ' tottieoat
The Yorktowu bids fair, as it should
be, lo be me grander or an our ecu
. tnnnlal . ccleLratioiis. It has Iieen
taade a national ail.tir by the action
tt Congress,, and tlie (teople iu all
parts of tha country have entered into
it with a spirit aud energy whlchprove
that the fires of patriotism have only
been banket! dowu . aud not extin
ffuisbed. All the iStales will be rep
resented, aud the old tbirteeu will be
e?yeeially couspicuou for their milita
ry representation. .. ...
Brady, of the Io.-toflice Deoartmiii.
is charged with sending an ''empty
mail bag" from at, Ixuis to St. Paul
od paying Davidson's steamboat
$70,XX)a year to carry it, while the
mail matter wus earned regularly oh
the car. .
- , . r : . -ST .
jacasoo, -uj., -viuy -in. A iJemo-
cratic fititc Convention is called for
Albany, X..Y., May 10.-The Gov
ernor has issued jiroclamatlon. forbid
Ht. raul, Minn., .May 10. The Hu
r reme Ciin' il of the Knibts of Hon-
..r nf the I nnt-a i '.' s oegau a meet
ep over Arkiand f)
We took a
week, on whiel; lever-thing looks liourish
liiif. ntrri!-oaouy bow to -fa nil
ajo,dtsit;ys great-taste in gnrdenlne. On
aid farm - there is hatched one .hundred
young turkeys-this spring. - .
Itav. K. U.' II tin preace the fuixsral of
old man McNeil Sunday at the.Bend church.
' We thrice welcome the new road and fish
laws; likewise the State debt question at
100-3. - i
' Sawdust Valley looked decidedlv wet and
dull Friday lest; yet the old reliable steam
saw and grist niJl of Lipscomb & Brother
was still puffing away, under a full head of
We regret to learn through Ir. Will K.
Hhedden of the village of an accident to our
friend Jess Tavlor, a leading merchant of
Jones' Valley, Hickman county. While at
liiuea sawniUi, his left hand waa struck
by the saw and badly cut. causing the am
putation of the index finger. lie is doing
Qnite a number of evil-doers of this neigh
borhood will leave early Monday morning
or loiumDia, to consnit wltn Judge McL-
more and Attorney General Fussell,; and
find oat fem them what it will cost to plav
a game of cards or carry a pistol hid away
down ia a pocket never used. ;
ery little fishing of any Kind done this
spring in this section. , ' :
W e were Rial to greet our most excellent
Deputy Sheriff, Capt. Geo. Kinzerj a few
days past, after a violent attack of conges
tion of the -stomach. Dr. Wffl K. Sheldon
attended him.- mm! did hi dntv promntlv
and successfully. ""'"I- I
mere u some lnninry fur eood I.unhs o
sixty pounds weight,' and.' cattle' and hog
buyers are floating arouni considerably.
Corn selling from 2.10 to 12.25 per barrel;
bacon sides at the villag are field at ten
cents pt r pound. I'rv-coods and croceries
dull. S 4
The new Southern Afriraa chnrelt of the
village makes a decided and agreeabltf show.
airs. Harriet w uuatna, eol died Saturday
on the farm of Capt . 1?. 1,'raige, 17th dis
trict. She is aaid to have been a useful
woman, and her btifbsndand children have
cause to mourn her demise. - v
Not many days ao our village lost from
consumption one of its oldest and most use
ful citizens, Judson Gaat's wUe, Purtbenia.
We had rain and hail Sunday evening,
and a slight wind from two clouds ia oppo
site directions, one from the south-east aud
the ether from the northwest. j
Letitia Crow, coL, died of cnnnitstion
Saturday in Uie 17th district. David CKh
rao, coL, died of consqiaption Saturday on
Cottage llill farm, Hickman coonty. ;
r, j us-e to nave
rlsn" tij!s year, than
i Tliniiuau S( 'A I.m.
Dr. Goodloe prenched at t! t
chnrch in this place on Sunda
a lartre and interested conre
close of the services, a vote
gation was taken ns to i
continne to l preaeh i-i .
hange his ii--T
next Satrd.y and Sunday. Dr. Hargrove,
the Presiding Lfder is expected to be pres
eut, and if so, we will doubtless have some
go,.! preaehing. -
The Sunday Sehool at this place is in a
flourishing tndit)on nndcr the manage-m-it
of lit. SiiWlTPan excellent Sopenn
ten i 'j : ! t . lie has about HO pupils in attend-
- The te.iehers are alive and iuter
i in ;)ieiK work We trust it may con-
' ' -v'v: the pastor of the C. P.
ehmch s- i'.u Ormel, preached lastSunday
rOiintr, .t or-.-Smne.! a Sunday School at
Afh Iliil. We tiu'nk he is one among the
l.- t workers we know of belonging to any
-.'eooininafioo,. ri is perfectlv to
ins dntfTuicaoes not try to shafuiTTrtna
any tay that h thinks devolving upon
U-itii at a minute. '
i ne raius nave set tlie farmers I Hick with
(heir crops most wonderfully. Very few
I " . Oict-hcd planting corn, and none are
tiiri'.igb planting cotton. We onlv get to
v oi tc alxiat tso days in a week, and then
the groundj? ruher heavy to plow. We
fear we tfll ueert some of these rains in the
summer and fal. ,-, :
I . John A. (ilenu and hia mnnt Tr1lon(
i'i,ir'''nTe re"-ned to their home at Chap
el fill. Theybave been visiting Esq. R.
a. uionn Mid rtnally.
MfVlfiituphries, who has been very sick
for ssmelime, w art glad to state, is now
convidescing. Wa hoe she way "soon re
cover her health entirely. - --
iiuMin-iKBow mny yerr low wiin
?t toe Heart. She
: Esposiiion.- Eschange !.
Wines, Liquors Cigars,
Both Foreign and Domestic.
, , . .Uroad Bt., opp. Custom fionse. . ,
Tha only place near the Kxposltion build
ing. Columbia friend, call on -. . .
NOTICE! : -
The proprietors of KVEH' HOTEL an
nouore to the puolie that the new addition
to the hotol is now completed, and they are
now ready to accommodate n many ax may
call. Parties coming to the Kzposition can
EroeurexpeclM rates ly pily1ng to the
otoi In porsou or tbmugb too mall,
may 13 lin.
h Walls ftDo-,
Dealers Iu , '.
IJOO r.S, SHOES, IIATSATtUNKS.
Jfand in.nlc kin $.1 to $-i
Hand made calf.-. .:... 5 to 10
Fine JJox-toed calf. Vt to 10
All kintla of Uota at all prirt-f,
JIaud mailo plough.... .-2a to $2.00
Fine calf aiter9... 2.50 to 5.00
Ladies', Missea', all kindw at all jiricea.
Tiic lrg(t ktock ia town.'
. . , HATS. '
Woof HaU from 35 cents to $1 50.
A good fdr bat from !I to $5.
The largest ami beet assortment of baU
00-Jj TiiTJNIS. '.
Trunks 'from ?2.50 to $21.
' Xii.solveiit Notice; "
flavlng sutrijeKted tho lusolveoey f-the
estato of -C'burles Hsrdlson. dr-e'd.. lo tho
Clerk of the iVmuty Court of Mur county,
Ter.D3Kef notice is hereby eiven to all per
sons HavlDi; claims Kmlnbt a!d estateto Die
ttiem duly authenticated with xaict tjlors
on or bofore the 11 of An mint, ltssi. for pro
rata distribution, or the same will bet Tor
everbnrrrfd. B. LIUUKTT. "
Apr-22-iW ; . Adiniolstraujr. ,
ImsoI vent police.
Havlne snecwte'1 the Insolvennv f tho
ertMteol . iauie.s K. Itonaldwn, dec'o., to the
Clerk of IheCoantv Court of Manrv rnnnir.
Tennemee, notice 1 hereby given to ail per
sons having claims acmiiMt said eiaU to
file them duiy iitdieni!ct-d w .'.: p'i'.d
Clerk on or !' -t ..4 Au;..--.t..
for tnorHU ntn..,. . .. -.or t,Mi -m tM
lorver l:rred. JiS.'H I UHi, -
Aprs -it. , Aiuiuidf ator.
we I5uvour ooonA pitonr man-
"UKACTUnEJW. WE DEAL EX
i CLUSIVELY IX THE AliOVE
XAMED AltTICJJCS, WE
TlemV iitid nil W ask. h !
WEST 7Tli STREET. .
m. m mL. -Vi'-
i A v
Uctween 1'liird and Fonrtit (Tyler Rlock), woi.M
to make ' '
In the latest styles FafeluoiM iw iv-i wi-ckiy t!).t -1 l:"
once solieitctl with tlione witliin" dim gowli ol's.n l I '
their measure can have a pcrlect lit aud tiyli' li tin
HXDDIAO TItOl.S.Si;AI'A' AX1
inar31-3jr A Kl'ECIALTV
C C; SYKE CoIuitiLLv
MANUFACTURERS AND WIIOI.K;.
51 North Side Public Square, V
IX IIIJI.DOOIT Cl' Ci
mil ''-iFfiitiw v
v' - - - f , : . mti ....
Studio : CABBAKA, XTALY.
HavlWa soKc.'uled to the Clerk of Ihe
County Joi.rt of ilsury county, Tenn., the
insolvency 01 tn estate 01 Mm. Karali j;tuu
iumro, doo'd., notioo is lierehy given to all
lierHons having ciHlms against said . etat,
to liiH them with th ('U-rk of said court, on
or bfor the id. of October , 1KS1. or tnF will
ooiorevor. . w.T. liovn.
iDSolvcnt Xoticc. r
HaTlng sneeostod to tho Clerk -f : the
Coonty Court of Maury couaty. Tenn., the
insolvency or the tate of M. C. Miller,
dec d., notice la hereby given to all persons
naving claims againns saio OKiait. 10 nie
them with tbo Clerk of said court on or be
fore the il'l h ot October, 1681, or they will be
K. M. MILLElt, Admlnlfltratorrl
' Iiisolveut Police.
Havlne sneeesfed to tha Clerk of tfc
county conrt ol Maury county, Tenn.. the
insolvency of tneesiioruaoK4ia W. Wat
kins, dnoeAsed, notice is hereby given to all
persooa havlne claims aaalnxtaald nmtm.tM.
to file them with the Clerk of ald oourt. no
or before the loth Aaanst, liM r Ihey will
be forever barred. -- -
aprlvi O. v. OWEN, Auialnlatrator.
f ry low . with cou-A
By virtue of a mortcaire pinde and mwiI.
ed to mnon January JT, bdcI jt'euitr
ed la book X. puce filu. I will Mil at tha
oourt bouse door, in the town of Colombia.
nlehest bidder, and on ix and twlv
month time with lrjterKt immdKfe of
iiuifcuauoiuvmwi iniercab oi Jame- j.
Flemine In the eotate of Thomas K Ii'lPin
lns,deeTd., and siluatKa in the 13th civil
district, Maury county. Tennewme.
myit. W.lwFKlKUSOiS, Trustee.
Itepairint.of buggies,' carriapros.
in ail 'its oraiiebec, nently,
prom fitly and cheaply
doua and atifae-.-
C-'fiive use a call lie lore poins elMe-
l3)nMiop )iie door frqiri corner of
Oftilh Maui and 8Ui Btreet,.
SEED : TICKv COFFEE
We take great pleaanro In
Cemiinc S('C1 Tick fioasLcd Coffee !
One Pound Full Weight
I'ac&agoe; Packed in Thir
ty and Sixty Pound
As the Kioloctcal and dlatpf in viinn nt
wnm ap"iiis principally upon tbe alku
Jold oafleulnn ami aromatlcul irtpone, do-
veiopfHi in it by roavttne. we nnvor nnr.
cone wie (trwa berry until wo hava first
Matted the cj fi.one and aromatic qualities
.i KiQDiiiii itj pHrcnmy, mereoy guaran
teeing to the onuuier always the sarue
yuauiy aim navor.
(Jroicr For It
aud Take P
Itooert Jf. Reatdev. et al
Hoi comb, et al.
soon be too ho ii g
PelH J fce pr ..
seeona and fouKs-r
The Poetor is aji
Mvnwina US fall Oi
but' iittl o totcior sijor'i
he durtaiis them some to suit tn
V. C :
eers. We boit'
VS. X IX
In hls eanse It appoarlnn from oompUln
ants'blll, which la 8 worn to,tnedtffiidantj).
busan Bossley and William Taylor, are
non-resident of tha Btateof Tennewiee, so
that tho ordinary proems of law cannot be
served npoa them ; it is, therefore, ordered
by me that publication bo made in t he Co
lumbia Herald, a Ilfwi.nunAi. linKliul, n
the town of Columbia, Maury vuuty,Teno
requiring said defendants, Buan lleaviey
and William Taylor, to b and appe.-n be
fore the Worshipful Coonty Court iof Mnn '
co.inty, Tenn, on tbe first Mondvv in Jn,..
IjvM,and plead, anxwer or den ur to com.
piftinanui- mil, 01
! next winter,
are strain in demand. Our towi
Frank Hardeman, met Messrs.
Gordon, of Manrv, in a match
hotly contested, in Dr. Jim
lawn, on lust Saturday, tievr
n of two or more urug urtvi J(Ilt we
us-e to hare on r eountryi 3 theere
or to our ceitaia k , ,K ,edr,
um less sickness he i,v Lit
than there has been in ,ury.
plendid schowJyaniM' n'.nded
iy Prof. AT. Clark, recent' fro . Tsxaa)
iirof. V. U.4Mmre ia teaching a 1 very a
vauced school at lirown's Chapel. one mine
from here, his pupils being painclpan
trrown young ladies- ana gentinen.(i . yr.
Moore Vjeaks of going to Eoglands.next
fall, to prepare himself for a professorship.
We predict for him sncoess. . .
Oar triend James Woody, who was so -unfortunate
recently as to hare his right hand
mangled by a saw mill, haa been on a visit
to Union City this week. Anlions to hear
1.a .lal.atft tli hi, TtMin ba Yfitin in ttiat
city between Eev. W. M. Kobinaon and I U Prn Montsonfery, Ala., to en-
jiev. ililhnrn. "tieai oy leai ma ro-1 """" ra we expect
UC, an- I "ear m goou repr irom mm. Wltiiam-
iKinanta' bill, or tha aama will ix".t:ii
r contused a ad set for bearing, cj. jirte.
A. if. AKIN, Ctr$.
J. L. JoSEi, Attorney. fcj.iiTiiv
We euarniiteo this Cotrea to lio rtrst.l.
im uni-.uHieu iu navor oy any Correl'a.k-
ouiu uiiHwiRoy tuner couutry. An error
of very frequent occurrence iu tho prPt.M ra
tion of Coll-rft results from lining too small a
quantity. Always uwe an ounce and a hall
for each pint of water.
rniLiiPs. jicKsbi & co.,
-n V-- Wholesale Uroceis
NASHVILLE. "- TENN.
of eicht. bv doinc some of tiff Mn3 .l,1f on
ins ever done in Tennessee, hreaki-u' .vv.
five consecutive balls witho'fit mitdasoai.
il n " -
n MX out
ses fall." Ere this reaches the public i
other member of the Herald family will
embrace the joys and sorrows of married
Ufa. On the 4th day o( May, we under
stand Mine Annie Adkins will unite ber
destiny with one who is noble, generous and
true. May the wedding day daw a brightly
and clearlv. typical of what their fut-ire
will be. but should it be interspersed with
clouds and the light and warmth of tbe
noon-day sun be obscured thereby, it will
only be more truly typical of what the ft
tnre of every one is. "For into every life
some sorrow must falL" Should any eloud
of trouble ever cast a. shadow e'er their
pathway, mar the love-light of affection's
sun gently disperse the clouds and may its
beams penetrate and clear away tate mist,
causing tbe flowers, that surround "life's
rugged road," lo blvetn more aweetly and
tuny they burst into new beauty and loveli
ness, as ati'ectiou's showers and sunshine
are bestowed perietually on them.
Thus said the Apostle Peter of eld, and
thus said Julius Fleming, Prea. Fleming,
Kobert w. Watkins, Andrew McfJord, 1.
M. Brown, Ikb Frierson. and the. writer,
. e .... '
and an .-irican ov me name oi isoo.
We left the fertile valley of Big Blgby.
and taking up West Fork, stoptted and
son has lost ber most renowned ; !io.-t;
Capt. Me C Campbell, whose love iaruX
native county was so stroug that he asked
the Legislature to let Maury reach out ker
arms and once more take hiin into her fond
embrace, and it was done according to his
wishes. ' i
Mr. Tom Bradley, of Franklin, al son-in-law
of the late Col. S. A. Pointer, h) made
hia arrangements to move out to Col. Point
er's late residence for the purpose of; j
er convenience in windine ud the estata "oi.!
which be ia an ex ecu tor, butineonseriuesee
of the eicknesa of his wife at their home
in JTranklin, be will be delaved there for a
time. She is threatened with an atfaek of
fever, but we hope it may not prove keriocs
or protracted. !
Bra. Capt. Irvine, late of Tulaki,ine of
the haadmmest ladies iff well, anyui!ier--is
at her- father's, Mr. Win. Mossnir this
place, and is expected to remain here until
Capt. Irvine pet fixed up at his new home
in the far West. Mrs. Irvine bad her pret
ty little daughter with her at church last
Misses Nellie Buford and Mary L-lWa'Te
were visiting relatives and friends in frank
lin, a few days ago.
The strangest season that tbe "ohlcst in
habitant" has ever witnessed is nowi npon
ua, Kain after rain has fallen, keenihe the
land too wet to plow. . Crops that .are up
Hurpsr.'f Td.X" -
e Htale f Tenoeasee, at
usiaMj-My em, isoi.
' - HES-tItCESn,'- --
v. .llKAfkiin - 1911Ut9n
OyeiuVahs 5!0 ti
i-i iwiont wj .n recirculation..
I'' S. ivtds on hand. iw,
CHhef (?Mk ks, bunds ana luoi tea-
from approved iwrnMnU
ruo from i itber IS atlonal Kn k
m Mte Ban kN and bank-
Kal eaiate, furniture aDd flxturaa
turronr Tr.m5l uxea paid...
Preiiu.-, i , ,,
Checks aui oo-.-rr-- a l.erai
Krrbatem ir c Hriui.luiuM
;-lll oi 0(-r . - ..; ...
r rao!;;yv. i .Hiritiey, nick-
i ,i j
P. 8. eu j, '.soi diMlt tor l-
Badetnpuon.i.in'ii wita uJkTreaa
- uror tb uvu rcit.T.
tT-' . ?'reaureri'n"r
" -Tijem puta fund .
rV-wtj A' s f . t-visit rirtrrt-W
OfK.t Mastic Ovii-ick,
J. LDiSML'Kf-s. J. Dah-sos r'WKttsjx,
W holesalo DcaJers In
and y t : "
1?..:?$' Trimmer AAfjc;
. Importers and Who'cii--- -
VOOLEnG,CLOTHG, CAt. :.r
AM) ,.';( I
" Ko. Iz'J ?Iai street, hetivctT) Fifth u.. I
CARRIAGE, BUGFJ & LIGHT SPMir
No. 414 Main Street, near
Orders lroui tlie cauntry solicited and l'romptly ilih'd ,
... . S . .
Stoves.Hollow-ware and Crates,
Minion and Encaiislic Tilt s, -
OlHce, 101 JcfTerson: Street, lictnevii ;M 4tt;,
aprlWiu , LIS VILLI:, 'IiV.
1K.ALECS IX. .
- 1 S
PUMPS; WROUGHT IEON'FIFE. CAST & MAL'iABL): FITWSf,
Steam & Water Gauge's, ' C I oho A: Siiii-lyi'ilirc-
And Brass fcteam GooJh ot tycry I)i-.-rrij':i.r,-, -i
157 West Market .St., LOUISVIM.r:,K' V
feO, Corner 6f CJJierry jsiuI lica.'vrlvl
llcaihjuartcre Foreign mid I 'oiiioUi:
I1EK1W, WINES AXi LKiL'OUS- DV .)U, KIN US
With IlfstatinVnt attiichcd, fj.i-u d;iy aid i,l"iii.
t , 7. '
ountaioe SCo. vs-Will- rolk .ipr.2Uui.
J 5 71S 47
nnpnrlns from cnM-vit ?1!m In Tv
Vcause, ttiat tbo def.iurtK-.-l. Uivtr HoUHVjrf
le (lumo onw ni: t KuliHk'i vhhi
tiieH-rv"w- n.unt UI1I1M A 19. JH
j,n-itruiw uuilrr tlie n,in nuiiio ol
Jury A.lUts,rid K.H. MrNiitr,', 'i rusree,
.-. - . , , ,-,v.r m l.qiwhs, and
lion.rHucli-it r urn (,,,u, , lvi.r., M
ul""'w "runarj" pi-oi.m.i iw .ntniiot be
served urv'tr i". in. i, m , hrt-mre o'Oerd
that they i nter tiielr arrmrautieru", i-
uinoi ivniu i ur iirKi 111"- llys of ttlB
next. trtn of tbf Clmi.oory !otirt u b lrt
at Col urn Mm on the Un-t, Momittvta iKi(r
next, In.,uiI .lcjil, mnwer .or Ooimir u
eomptatoanls iil, r IhesMmn will bntxkwn
for .-onl'si as to tlm and t f.,i- i.s.nn
espan; and that a copy of i tt order be
pubs ed for fonr oonHcuttvo wieti 13 tb-
H. a COOt;lt;TJ. t M.
Barnett Altnybei, sois. way tt iu
3 875 00
-' J98 15
.. . r '
ci'Uaoatea vf opoe-f
caught four buckets full of blaclt suckers ". r? e.nD . ww" lou. ,ua "7 were
Ior minnows. We then took nu the d i d. I -""7" k -. . ,r
Lipscomb. , '
Our farmers are very inneh behint with
their work ou account of tbe protracted
spell of wet weather.
Mr. Willi and Clinton Frierson of 'Pun
lar Top, are buying rattle to pasture on
their corn, they say the grass is knee .hirh
on City acre of their com. ,
Mr. Georee Webster plowed un shout Jit
acres ot nis corn, on account of the prasn.
Mr. rtr. K. Frierson, caute home Sua. lav
eveuiag in his new liuMty, vmokinar a t:iTH
and was the nappies ol men. Suppose he
had a pleasant time that day. 1
1 he sale of John C. Hart, will he at W'
K. frierson s store Saturday.
x arson r,u. 11111, tae doss angler of 'oil
community, is catching a great many fio
Willie Frierson passed through our tehy
last luesaay, on a ousiness trio.
Mr. lilair Webster has been conBued
his room for several days; we hope he will
Squirrel hunting is the order of tbe ear
Russell Ketes, Frank Ilonser and Martin
Cooper weot one day last week, and Martin
killed seven times as many as both 'the
others. - I
Theodore and Miss Dora Houser, of ihe
Concord neighborhood, visited our coinmu-
mtv last week.
Albert Mayes, of the Zion neighbhobood
was iu our Tillage recently. He caused all
the young men of our village to take the
Tom Webster lost a very fine mare a few
days ago; the lightning struck a tree the
mare was s trading under, and killed her in
The Concord correspondent did wrong in
taking my name; if he is too poor to own a
name, i will give turn mine and just remain
Old ItKoi LAB.
Jrirat Miuiieaiw 'uay. uie re-1
w.Ttof the eupitniu uictator ebowe
. CoL Thad Hickman, of Columbia,
Mo., who haa one of the best (Short
hora herds In the West, recently sold
12 head for $1,620 an average of $1.15.
lie still haa 3 bulls and 5 cows for
iug ridjre Jietweeu Bigby and Swan, and
crossed Swan at the old Vincent place. We
again took the hillaand shoot three o'clock
we found ourselves at (he Old Forge. The
trip was (.piced with wit and laughter, and
everything went -well until tbe axle of the
express broke. We fixed it lip as well asd
as KpeediJy as we could, and footed it the
balance of the way. We pitched onr tent
at the mouth of a fine cool spring brancfe,
and the Iniys were compelled to have the
"wire edge" knocked oft that eveniar; so
we were wwd inrowinr tm vrowt alio oiaca
crrh nut. on dry ground. We caught a 6ae
mess for suppt-r that evening. J'he next
morning the jwrtv, divided, some going to
one hole nnd some to another. I looted it
over to the mill below tbe falls ua thief's
reeV; Uirowt-d in aud landed a yearling
in a lew minutes; put en a larger Waek
sticker.. ;md was 'snon playing a hue three
flounder amnud. i soon lauded him on tbe
milk, and then rangbt anotheraml another,
all day, at intervals nf say half art hour
apart. They were biting well, and I soon
(juit counting, but my string that I roil tied
Ui a bubh. was a beautiful siirht to look. c
aud it would have made the Kditor of the
Hkkald, or Captain Jim, smile a smile of
or two weeks watching aud waiting for the
land to get dry enough to receive tbe seed,
and many crops of cotton not yet planted.
Mr. Braden, one of the best conductor
on the road, was ont to see one of our most
elegant foung ladies on lae Sunday,' -He is
checking on tbe right. Hank. no, it he'
can only set hia check honored.
Yor&tow h and Cowpens:
ElITiR IlKUAMi: I notice in the lKiners
a proportion Ui make some demonKtrstrin,
on tbe iWth anniversary ot the hatting of
Cowtens and Yorktowa. I have stoo-l on
Mie natuerieiu at cowpens, in tbe present
century, and my lather stood there in 17i
as a soldier vnder fnmter. - li view of su'
nor' I or what advantage is it? IIik' the
putilie ot appreciate the printiiplrs
wurca our laiuers surcessiuiy Tludicaled
in 1 1 at Cowpens and Yorktowu? Those
were uie pnneipiea of free and independ
ent self-government. They found expres
sion in tne American Declaration of iilv
frV,7, . . ecs s outstaudina-
vita ioinr r-iji,i,i uirik
J. r. Ilcriidoa vs. D. II. Ticiard et ah -Pursnanr
to a wrnttiviirlHrxrt U. Wi Iktt(
stylKi i,iih, ,y in llonorl,M :ii:iry
0u Friday, May Gilt, TSS1,
At the COUrt llOQW door. lBlh. ton nt
,i,-axi te i vwuiu.u, auijij., jit puuilc out;ry, to
r Kiu.jtr, me Miin.v- ol
reiieinption ot H. H. I-ickard In and u a lot
or ivarcelof laud lying la U-,h Civil District
urj tm,!, laiiii., it. rd Ward of
Ue town of Oiinmuia, bclujiliia at the
g.y4i,Kiui,iirroi a lu Oblong; Ug Ul Jus,
Wilson, ruiuiiuK tii,-nc East IKl f er. toa
lot oFi.e;l t;- .Mrs. Chapman, thence M let
. a. J-Uc aionit wa raiiruad
to lUti atrrAt, Iti-ncfl with High street to
l , wuii-u saia lot is sltuuUxl
aprlo HUlt-VCi; S. COOPKlt, C. 4 M.
JHXTKKH. t LJXIMK.VT.
CiCERRT, . DEM0V1LLK & CO.,
w' " " Wbolessle Draggta-.
Carry a large and earnfnlly fcefc eted stoclr.
PrEesCbemlcais, Lruvgifcls' Sundries, Fan-
banco, Wluen.Uquors, Kanrum lioot Unl
eni, pto., e;e. Vka can ami , do compete
favorably -with any house.
We guaxanuw an Roods to be as represent-
JOHS A. DlMOVILLB, '
H, B. McCAULKV,
J. W. J lloMAh,
W. C. Uiumn,.
nve si. :?? iTvr Z.T."!: Ih,t ,be
no wlis Tad ef' e beat c f my
tudj of May.lMkT "'roine tats
, r- -,--,VJLI:";w"r"TPnbUc,
t It 1..... ' k... '. . i"
l; v r - 'trefwm.
intense pleasure to have seen that string. raj
Not one, however, was as large as Major I it,
tieddes' big trout. 1 be string cot my bn- I It
pendence, in which it is set forth, thad
is the right ef any people, when in their
juagmeat tneir gorrnment has become ty
rannical and opf.rtsive, to alter or abolish
and to institute a new government." etc
. u;. .i-l.i t 1. : . i . '.
, . . n ... u,; nu-,, nM mia nui mi unai Olir ISUierS
trprs when 1 lilted them un tn nut I i i. . tu .u. 1 i , , , . . .
r- - - - Mr if v. auj- I luujiii. luiiom hju tMHUlUineu It
ther trout. I by the victories of Cowpens aud Yorktawu.
In the afternoon the storm began to gath-1 There were less than 3,1X10,000 souls in'the
erblavkness, and the hgbUiing and thunder I thirteen colonies in 17S1. Would buy
to lar the earth, and I tookmv atrimrnr c.v. I tnnmwvwt mmviniNi ,nl :.. .i '
and fishing-tackle, and put for camp; when 1 1&S1, be accorderl the right which our fa,
I arrived there the boys -were allin, each I there conquered with their swords one hun
ne bringing ath his day's work. I dred years ago? If we do not now approve
'1 hat night it commenced raininir. ti,. I th. ..ti-fn, wKi.h ..... r.tuuu '....,..
next moriuni; uunaio waa out of i 1...V. I wk. ,.i,... iui, A.A. i .. .
and we had to leave for home. I Questions and leave each reader i
, . f IK., Kaw. L. 1 ! . t I J- . . . -
Vuo u .u aiueu m lanre coUnn. I for hinixel'. Tberc Kenu in lw nn.Lh,n.
' i mi-, i i- Mi.ik Oir, near t i i
'-l'"""!MlLfWe regret-' i 1
Cl.EKK MASTKIt'S OFKICF.,
nprn lti, ii. j
A. & J. Trouuttttdu & CV. Complaiu
vs. order of iiuh., origtual bill.,
William Tolk, et al, Defendant.
ii appearing rrom affidavit filed In this.
""' "f ut-iHouant) KUHsell Houston
loiteiiol theKtataof Kentucky, (bat
the Uelendantx jMarcbea Cilllla fc Iewls
Ju'ey, partiira undflr the firm name of
Jnrey AUUUs.and K. H. McNatry, Trume
are citizens of tbe fritae of ixuilana. aud'
?1n."frlJenUo tbe MUto cf Tenneaaoe, so
Uiat tbe ordinary process of law cannot be
served upon them. Ills therefore ordered
that tbey enter tbeir appearance herein l-
niuijumiiujHi inreo oava of tbe
next term of tho ivkt.rt?,. ;. v. .... .
at Columbia on the first. Monday la October
iimu.HniTer or demur to
eomplHlnaufg bill.or the sinie will bom ken
for onainvid a.s to itiem, nd Kt for iii-Kr-toii
exprt, and tln.1 coiv of tills' oi-dr
he pntiiiMiK i. r tour cobfrt-oultfe weekn in
tneCoiUkubU iiu-ai-l. i
il. H. COOPER. C. M.
IVlrK & i itfaepi (m,1, forcmnJlliuU.
i rami, .WAU....
(Bacce8ois to Morgan, Thomas & Co.)
Importers and Jobbers of
Dry; Goods and Notions,
Kibbons, Gloves, Hosiery,
k A'o. ;) City Hofcl JJIock,
jM, 'JoLtii ISurhliotz,
IiuporttMl nnl " .
Standard Eamls of Cigars and Tobacco.
(Ojp. Maxwell House,) ,
Lindeinaii AlSons and Gablcr's Pianos;
Organs, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Accordeons, Strings, Etc.
pSCountry orders promptlyiticinlcil to.-ia
unl 1'ij.u ;ititl ivjd
Prof, llalin, the practical tiiH-raiid rejiain r ofiii.mo ;
organs, U -w iLh Uiis li'mii-.
C. A. LITf!liKIJ.
J. a. f ai;d.
Farm & 'Mill Macliinorv
' " ' . mrdriTfcusANTi Joni-A
8G SOUTII MAH7,1;T ST.,
COENEK SOUTII MAIN AND EKUITII xniEKlS,
(Ed. Williams' Jllock.)
No lioasts, No Puffs and No i:n rations
The mavnlfifH ut t?-o nf Iif.i
OLD TOIH Jil
BUT rLAIN AND SIMPLU i'ACTfil
"- " ' ". . 1 '.. "'rr PF1" '' 11 w
mouth suake, and every one had to hara .
look at its fangs. Some said his tail was
too long for a cotton-mouth, and some said
it was too short: but the inrr of innnnt
which Bob Frierson, was foreman came to
tbe condition that it waa indeed and in
truth a very large sized cotton-mouth.
We struc-K icur,, ana niacin? all f.,.
plunder iu Andrew McCord's eznress, foo
ei it to .Kapiert Furnace, where our ex
press was being mended. Tbe scaial ..
genuemauiy mipcuuiviitieut, c olonel Boyd
showed aud explained to us. Terr cUv.Vi-
and jiolitely, everything, and answered all
of our idle iiiestions as to tha munufactnr
f iron. 1 hey were budding a new hearth
to the furnace, bam fotts is running the
BU)nL 1UC i u. "... r AH H mi n ,n .. 1 1
blast iu a few weeks. Co, Aytch.
cr somewhere, or "the times lia
-1 J . T- 0
w s Bi o vai J"au. rWNSlI
. .illn.nn T , , . .
yja .ireimmu uiu jvo (Jdfig-
topher rode to tne new where John Dsiiiel
waa plowing, according to our information.
and called him to the fence. As lie ap
proached Christopher shot him five times.
The wounded niaa called to his daughter lo
brmg is guu w mm. isy the time she
reached him he was dead. Christopher s
horse grot loose and stopped near Daniel'
door, and the former sent two men to get
it, vat wo ;"u(s Buappea a pistol t
them several times and kept them away
It ia aard she tried to kill her father's mur
derer. Christopher escaped. Pulaski Ciu
2Sii; -. ePmiXto the Ksposltioti ran I i
OrriCE ok A. 8. GILES, Ordin AnY,
" ... ,I'ERKvtiA.,Jan.?S,lS8').
in jiia vear ih. ,, tti-re ere Iwn nejro
prlsoneiKcontiiBd in thejail of this ocmu-
't "r.-ti j uHaiy auiio'ea aith that
loathsome di,s. H-Phni. Ia my ctioial
T,E.wl'r.y XilD"rj 1 Tloyeu 'capt. U
T. Hwirt, then a rwhidsut of this ulaetT tn
curatberu.uDdpraconract, "no cure 'no
Py." KeadmlnlKUrlto tb"rn bU now
Justly olebrt d Hy f.hJlltlc Ppeciflo aud In
a l-w weeks 1 Ml tniutid. under mr
vsct, to pay min outol the county
nn nmii.T-,! 11. .
noenoe t the ooWlofh.. - X."'
to tha bo. el ia now mnvtMZ, BL. ri'Zl'Z" mnfy .'"as-
. m iur
x position can
Tbe king of sires ot saddle vj'i'k.
t : ROMEO.
iniporrea lt. Ian Jack. The -.ttftvt Dumw
rua.a win inuae me present srnnojt on
larm II miles north oi Columbia.
KNTEKPKISE Bv the aaann sii k.i.
OLDTUM HAL-BylheK..n us i. ,k.
HOM bJBy the lnsur-or,, no colt no
pay," Hpeclalratea fr .ii,k p.tr,,-
m&ri m, itr4uuuie raieF. l.nt nn liMl,11itv 1
. . .
Pijncoro !cll rs by spplyln lo tb, bo
tTTT"1 01 t06l tbe mail
1HJ rijnreb St., O. NlcIi9lMn House,
Kor Flnert Braniu. oj
WINES aiijl L1QTJ0RS,
Clears n tl Tobacco,
Mllwaukea Botei Boer, ' Portt-r and i. 1
Open day nud nlgtiU , .''
in testimony of tho above, I hav
ereuntooet my offlclal signature
ard seal, tbe date above written.
- A . PS I.M I.'W -
i OrlVaary ilouittou County, Ja.
riiniTANoooA, Tksi., Feb. H. -Tt
'' Vvtkoplaurelri RyiDa ti.t
lh B. H. H. in rl vidr tood sjaiKfaction. V,
have bad f-Toclii-nt resrillH fnmi a number
of oaw-s. line untletoiin wur, iiu,i
ouhnrd to bis ld for 'x weeas wiih
Syphilitic lthutnal.;sm wai cufhi entirely
Wll.n two iKitriea. aud speuktt In tha hlarhOKt
praise oi li. iiaihi ncu wi well id Primary I
as in aeoondai-y axui terrinry vnutui.
Premred only by tiie HWIIT RPP'itrn i
OOMPANY.AUauta.Ua.. - ; ,
coia vy j. -ra.- iiivjuiu Liv .ii araiKfs,
w ro. uiiHii a vu.i niumYmi.. w noiuaaia lri'in t -
! Agarit. Jlar-Ji-lm. j apr.i-i.
). Bt'-Frtevson, Trustee, vs. U. V.
' j. win, etaLs.
Pursuant to an order rasde in tim Mhm
lyled cns and the canfcPM thurwit h
soiiaaa, Dy ine nonorahie l.bancrry i lllrt
at Columbia, Tenn.. at its picMiit (April
lnl) term, I give notice that 1 will until
2 o'olock 1'. M. on Monday, May 2d, Isfii, at
my ollioe in tbe Court Huuhu, iu the town of
vAiiuuiuiit, j eziu , receive zuribt.r orauvaneo
bid on tne following truotsof laud, to-wit-list.
A trait M ind 1 in.; in tbe isth civil
dlBtrict of Manry eonntv, anil bv.i- 'lfil unit
by lands o. T. i;. A.'ueihon. et ajH, .bki, t,v
lands of Johu liarhNon and Know i w,
a.-M ' y 1, v Xti unr . .... .... -n , :
wHt by lurke.t.Crw te fud laiiila oi Mrs. VI
J. riander, ciniAinii!? l'f-2 crn niij-0 lit iolwij
This tract wlii tesoid by theatre
and. A tract .11 lan-j nd.UAntnif ibe pi,ove
tract, aua Utuodvd tortii and mii
- Tlio lindcr.-jieood has withdrawn from the lirni 1, i;. I."
mm lias opened a large, well aort-d stock ot ht.-ijilo aim
ITcmcy ITainily Croccrio::
J.iquors, t.'ij-.u s and IVi'i-co, Flour, 3h'..-JT U-n rut, l-ini.
l'r pal at iiii lowrt f r-s. T'lic iifiric-t prii-c kii .',.r
tiinsi-iir, Hides, and :tli ul? td Country 1'ioduee. tV'n
cilicns )t (.;c'Uiiiibia and tiiu fountry at larirc. w iih tlie 1
IS l'i.'.W T.v'SK v
N. il. I call Hu" RUi'iHion t fix-mcrs to the' f"Hov m, i;i;,i l.-m, i.rvr-
..-. rul r:omnisioit ninl ritorae lJiiiiR'ss, and -ii:ir,'iiiu- j..iii.:: i-i.
- I. ', .
' x -....
(SUCCESSORS TO 0. U. WIlEELOuK & CO.)
NASHVILLE, . TENN.
tVi. n Dili-r , in Full I.iiji:
.w.vi, ni.u.u i,y HOOVO ltcrila-d
j tract, and v. cut by landK of T. K. Ahii-rm
, . "io.i ur lsa.
i r.;. ..1 ' - iw ... UHlHtli e OT1 .!' lilt. f 1:
and is nwr.'.t,. Aoioh btrtn im,.., 1
i from Mareu, l-l, lie day onr.i?;n! k.i .1.
f . ll ri Li-t it'iuirii. Ki,l L
...... . .fc, .. v . . ... ...'Ill III II ,
Cham ion Sulty TIouy'
. jaowo scales
Bal!i . Platform
ii.H. COkPKB.c. A M.
1;;.. ; '
1 i .11 1