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pi t V I I Li 11 TOWN "AND COUNTY. Frlda, Sept- 11th 1ST. - OLJll TEUMS. a . a TCARt FAII IJ ABTABCK. .) F NOT IK ADMItt To Oar Patron. A mnlorfty of our aubrtler are farmers. W nave worrluu turougn t.he summer without calling on tbeiu, but they will soon l,e selling cotton, or aome other product, nd we iruni inty wui can una Beiue. 11 is mm nail aum to such subscriber, and they will not miss it, but to as, aggregated. It is aa Important matter. ... REMGIUIN INTGLL1CI EXCE. Dr. J. C. Mitchell will preach in the Ma- bomo riall next Punaar morning. The Method iwt minister did not preach in the. C P. Church last Hnnday. ud Ur. J C Mitchell, the Presbyterian minister, ureached mornius and night. We have been requested to announce that lr. Dlteler Will preach atCulleoka next HumlHV. He is expecieo. to continue preachinn at that place during the next week. 1EIUU.AL ISTTELLIGEXI'E. Prof. Paul W. IXslson, of Williamson, Our handsome young friend, Willie Blck nell, is up on a visit to hla family. Ur W: V.Hirtitt rn, dentist- will return to- ,ormw from Oallatln, anu remain Elder Pumpkin Davis, of Blue Buck, wajj in town Wednesday, and U "still a Baptist." ii... v(r one aula ne wa (ireacher he ever heard. . v.. u wtiiix hn returned from long professional business trip through Ar ko.?L r irlsd to know that the Col- ..nui wi.r. iy rMvivniKHl bv the bar, as one f iti best lawyers, is extending his practice Ksoulre Beverly B. Toon better ki.own aa -Htiv." at home, of Williamson county, was in town Monday, malting acquaintance .,.mn, tin txtunie. lie has been nomi uii hv ills county as a candidate lor kii,ui..r from this district. His nomination was uiisomcht. and no man In the county more snrorised at It than himself. We Air. Toon from our boyhood up. He is a plain, modest, retiring, but suc cessful farmer. As a man, he has always iniH in eviTV ralallon of Hie. For jiisiiy years lie has been a prominent and leading member of the Williamson county i-onrt- unci ills views and opinions lrove nlwnvs hnd ureat weight in that courV which, by the way, Is one of the most intel ligent county ctturta in the state. He la a . iiki till, fimn All d a iro d thinker: but not a iirilliant speaker. He cannot and does not impress a stranger with belngaa intelligent u ;n iih h really is. He la a poor eleo- loiieerer and too modest for a politician. There is one I hlng, however, mat me peo ,fiiiii iintv mav feel assured of, and I hat is, Ue will always vote right. ABO ITS D TO war. Oreen Chaffiu haa a vegetable duck, His uhnw ijuit'. The county otlicers elect, were sworn i,,ty H...I1- resoective olllws and gave tlie ........ i-jul lu.,iilu liutf Vlf lIlllUV. w I. Tnwit keena on hand the Ken tucky watermelon, the largest and sweetest, I i will accept our thanks for a large atrip d oae. . . , Judue White dined at theex-Latta hotel Wednesday with Hie new Jailor, Mr. Davis. The new .sheriff with his old cob pipe was there also. Itadical meeting was held at the Hav ings Bank last Monday for the purpose of ...,! in. r riKlrsuLHi to a (State convention at d 'liuftuillUIIll ii ... Hri,., f.,rth liiui retired from the livery stable of K. If. Maya, and Dick Bur nett has taken his place. Mr. Burnett is a Cave Roberta whipped a woman last Wednesday night named Jennie Hough, r.uul u,.l1 Kill and who lives across the street from Wm. Itmu'ti'ii irn n'lTV. The colored MethodisU had a baptising sU the wharf below town last (Sunday even ing and Anna Nelson was baptised by Par- . . If. ..f Wmnklin.Tiillll. ri, ' Ii.ivn doubtless Including Ben stride-forth, say Uncle Tommy, In liis fine new dollar and a ciuarter coat, looks like i'uiikin Davis, of Blue Buck, Hickman r i-lTnmmv Kjivaif he has missed eat ing a meal in forty years, when he could K t it, he da-a not remember it. His favor ite di-ssert, or desert, as he calls it. Is a pone of corn lirca.l. An puirwn Htnrteil for Howells mill yi i(. day, with Jell Kieves, Bud Howell, aad ..,. if t'lmititi uk drivers. It was lust as nitidis" the old grey could do to pull the one buslli l of wheat. M;d ll.irlan sent us an Immense cotton .stalk last HaUirday.contsdniug one hundred nd Ully-slx bwils, most oi inem large auu tine. This doeu Mt look like he liau saner i much by the drouth. - k'ittreli. colored, was commit- t.d toi-til from Hie Hprlng Hill country to ..on I.,., iriul lMfore the next ITtminai 'urt, for stealing broom corn last Wednes day evening, from M r. Cheairs. Mr. Henry Fus-il sent ns, last Monday, ty his bright little grand-sou, Master Chapman, Hie largest ear of corn we have ,wn iiiisv...ir. It would pass tor one of iuni..i .1 hilt..' nremium ears in good time. Win. Latta, former Jailor, turned over the keys of the jail with nine prisoners, d white male, five colored male, ana one coi orei female, to Mr. W. V. DavU, the newly appointed Jailor, Wednesday morning last. A iieero woman, living near tha Male Hi jh School, it was reported yesteruay, nas jUI ihe symptoms VI n I ii till rs a Proper iiri-cautlous have been taken to prevent its lread. should it prove to be small-pox. 1'iiru.m.i end cuanlians are complaining. mid we think very Justly, that tlie schools loo oilen cliango the text books, necessitat liix tlu-iu to buy new books. We hope the tt-arhers will ado) it some series of text lMM.ks.and stop this unnecessary change, ami consequent needless expenditure. Tlie water works is In splendid repairs. Messrs. Dowell I'ickenv, in superinten dent, have overhauled the old pumps and that staggering fence at the river wheel, and the wlrtle worku like a charm. We luive not lieen out ot wUir one day since they have been in their eharee. Gentlemen, try unci keep up your reputation. We call the attention c-f the city fathers o the eonditionof the White Spring. We think they Plight construct something to keen the children, both black and white, who get water thwe from wading and play ing in the branch thsi. runs Into the cistern, and save the people froa driukiug an lra mciikc quantity of filth washed from the children's feet, Ijvst Saturday night a difficulty otenrred In the Ritloou of Win. Brtwn, in the East Knii. between i"orire Ferguson and Scott Stephens, the former stabbing the latter in ;elt breast near the heart, a very painful but taut dangerous wound. Mr. Stephens fired il woor t hree shots at Mr. perguson. without .eltenc It seemed to be a rough and tumble itiulit.ttie or two others getting knocked lown. , Col. Hy,spirltuallst,has been stopping mi our town a w-k or two, lor the purpose tf developing mediums, establishing circles and leeturing on Kpiritwalism. He ha es tablished a circle, comiiosad of the follow ing gentlemen: llial Paul tseary, lr. Joe Hi rndon, Capt. Kd. O'Neal, i esse Powei I. meilium, Cant. A. A. I.Iscoiub, Sim With rsioon. Col. Hay aei-nis not to have dwvel tei a medium of sufficient owerto suit, is hf has sent for Andrew Puryear. of Wil ciauMm, who is mild to be a very iownrful rui-ditHn. and whom Col. Hay developed. -Nut withstanding the drouth and conse-feu-. hard Uin-s, buildings are going up in all in rl.i of town. Slieiard A llarrisou are luiililiuK a nice bakvrv at the Junction of the Mt. Plisaiit and llampshire pikes; lr. V . It. Harrison is tuilJing a nice residence n.-ir A.. I. Walker's K. H. Hail, CHrpnten v . i Walker is erecting a dvkeillug house ..a Hon; h High street; and Cahier, Walker J.rua. V I ooiihanl, have tn-en talkiuf; of .'uildiiii; a pluning mill on South high st-i jin-lMr.T. I.nniar ii co-cling a nice d well rng just'outahle of the cor)njrate limit at (he toriniuusof High stiect. Inslaiioesiiuve iKiiuo under our obscrva li.m, Ul. iv, which justify us in calling the ntlentioir f tluivn;' to the tact that it is iieuu.'ntlv the case tdiwt 'laymcnt cm l-a.-k.m.-s tiv express is made af iviil ends f 1 1, line, which, ' oonrse is wrong, wh.ner u mimiikit or iutentlnnallv. A gen- tletwati of ouraiualiitai cesent a packagcJI to tiis wi(e, in an adjoining SIbUn pain tne t-x press charges, aud on the wife receiving thr-m.pnv wasd mantled of heralsO, which she psiii. SurprtsMd that rfi husband Miouht not have nid the express charges :.t Columbia, she informed liltu Uy letter 11,. at slie had paid the the charge. The at tention tf the Company was directed V it mid tlie money was refunded. Some two or llin ot.'H-r ciuutt we could Instance, the nonev -'t lMliig returned in every in stance. J'Mrsons sending by express cannot tetwo cartftii. MlSt KI,I.ASif OI S ITEMS. Deer wunting parties Jjave returned Irom the imtrens and missed 4iejr dogs the tisTtves haviair polsoneil them. ulger "I'horaaa' crowd killed ten deer, and in tui n ltad tiieirdogs killed by poison. We regret exceedingly- this Kplteftlnes, bnt Maury county huliters need notexpeaj; better treat ment so long ss thev go to the banns and kill deer when to do so is waste and destruction. The wMtherlM so warm in September thai the meat all Puotls. The law should bechangel so that hunting xh.aii.t tuke place uutil the llrst of JSovem er. This Is the view taken by one of our best Wnters, K J. Moore, and it Is donbtlen she seuuuient of other. He thinks If such were the lar, there would be no poisoning. W. A. Alexander was inducted into the fn"e of Sheriff last Monday. We trust Mr. .Alexander will make the county a good a Sherid as his predecessor, Mr. Sim Latta, lias dose. Mr. I-atta has undoubtedly made one of Hie very liest sheriffs any county ver had. Uuring the past four yirs, vio lence has aliaost been unknown lfc ihe minlv, and not a lnglo case of lawlessness tia occurred when the culprit was not arretei Victor Hugo. i thot grandest of a'l novels Ie Miserable, petal the model officer of the lsw. Javert, whose kUepless -yc are ever following the footsteps of U.a ilprit. who can uo more evade hiui tlian 4 Ut sun and moon of heaven. Mms Latta is tbe icalir..Htionof that Ideal laworMcer. He iliastfee same watchfulness coolness. Iron in cr v e, oil rage, faithfulness, and undying, rtverential devotion to duty. Wedeemfhis ut a just tribute to one who ha served the 4epic lor four tcng years n but few men an or will serve tucm. W. A. Latta, Jailor, Vns also performed ibedntie of hi respon siilile oflii-e well. NotaslutJe prisoner ha imwriHleii in getting entirely -fy,and yet several limes bis life has leen enngered ty his being drawn into the prison and chflkwl. We trust that Mr. Davis the new jailor, will be equaj'y a sua-essful. His oarage is celebrated, and prisoners will have to do some hard flghtiug, before they get out- NEW ADVEKTIKEHEKTS. Ky reference to our ad vert lament cokimn, it will te seen that the popular yoiiti dry uoods merchant, leo. C. Milner, and Mrs. M.J. Brunt, well known, popular and fash .unable Mr. M. J. Bryant, have formed a x tirtnership; tlie new business will be .car ried on at tlie Kruporiqm of Fashion. They will establish a new aud excellent featsre, "Ladies' Sii ting Kooiu," which, will lie ele- f:antly fitruisiied, with all the tat'hional.le ndles' Mug.izlnes of laahion oo' tte tal-le. Mrs. Boaut has gone east lor a large supply of ladies' furnishing goods See advertise-jnent. OVK THE tOtJSIT.. An election was held In the .Williams port d i strict last Baturda y f or constable, and K. U. Thompson was elected. : Mr. T. L. Ray, of Campbell's station has a very fine rattlesnake. He caught him about one mouth ago, and he has a rattles and a button. Lamb A Boyd are building a residence for Mr. Wilcox, on the place whore bis former residence was burnt. Tom (Stewart Is foreman. Mr. Wilcox is thought to have some of the best looking corn m-tne count There promises to be a rustling among the dry bones, after the nextcriminal courL, in regard to the appropriation of the coun ty school lund. Mr. John Ballanfant prom ises to sift that matter thorougniy. "How not to do It" haa been the practice of road overseers. A man from the th dis trict will probably be on the next Uraua Jury, who will show overseers how to do it how to perform their duty how to work the roads. One such man Is worth ais weight in money. ; - - Slarion Galloway explains his prema ture gray hairs by saying that it was done while he was lying at Port Hudson for months, with hundred pound shells burst ing and screaming through the air. Wm. Johnson, who was elected corn-table in the 24th district intends to resign, havinir hwn nnrn. iSherifY Alexan der has ordered another election to be held on Saturday, September 19th, 1S74. John-ion is said to be a nice ooy. tie uw oongoiu interest in Akin A Dooly's new steam n.iJl. J. D. Jackson, Monroe Taylor, Ueorge trug, Jim Williamsare the candidates. We admire that courage wnicn win cause a man to brave publlo opinion wiien he sincerely believes he s ngni. inerenje lew wno will no mis, uui uuw -mi i lew are those who will uo ins ami aiso nim. for themselves. One in acouniy is eno:su to have its school lund rlghtiv administer a.1 onrl flai-onri. worked ororierlv. W. J. Adkisson and J as. A. Banners win meet at Blanton's Chapel, on Haturoay n Wht fhtoher 8d and discuss the Question " Ketotved, That it Is right, and it Is the duty Of all Christians to participate In the Btate and Federal Government of the Lulled Ktatsi" Affirmative debaters. ta. J. A Sanders and Rev. T. J. Dixon, Negative debaters, W.J. Adkisson and Prof, Wm.An derson. . whv rloea the law m-ovlde for road over- seersT Why does the law provide a tine nrmn road overseers for non-performance of duty? It is popularly supposed that these laws were made to be broken, but it is hep ed and believed that there will be a man on the next Grand Jury proliably foreman. who despises all shams, anu will give a new and different-answer to these questions. It in nwvllsui to riRine him. tornnere so lew are of his kind, that all will k- ow him by tuis description... - , voineycyrus, oi oearcrees., uu umci-ii- mable wife, celebrated their "wooden wea ning" on Tuesday night of last weKr icey came out arrayed in their best. It wa a tantalisinK sight to the bachelors present, Jim Boasley and Wood Mackey. An ele gant wedding supper was eaten oy me guest. Gen. Beast Butler, one of their nearest neighbors, complains bitterly be cause he was not invited. He says he is much vouneerand handsomer man sonicoi their truest B. and M. especially, and be can not understand why he was left out- An Interesting discussion iook place at Blanton's ChaDel last Saturday evening, on the question, "Remtlntd, That it is wrocg for curlsuaus to parucipaie in trie .uasoiui- traternity;" w. J. Adkisson ana nr. j.iin Ia altirining, and Ksq. James A. ISandois, I. N. Buyers denying. The Judges were, Milton McHady, President, John T. Derry- Derry, Thomas Blair, Wm. Blair, Jr., Jim Rhodes. After an exciting discussion, tlie question was decided in the negative. Mr. Adkisson, leader of the affirmative sld , remests us to state that before thedtseussion came off he insisted on having as Judgts those who were neither Masous nor Chrit- tians,but Mr. Handera, leader of the negative side, objected upon the ground that noiiihI and competent men of that class could not be found in the crowd. After the discussion was over. M. Sanders stated to the crowd. "We will never debate this question undei any circumstances; Masonry nas ueuaut itself for over three hundred years, am. needs no debate now." Mr. Adkisson then challenged the fraturnity to debate th same question there four weeks from that day. which challenge has not yet been ac cepted. Scaatorial and Keprcaentrtlv Icle- gMtea. 1. J. W. Pane. R. S. Elam. 2, W. J. Stravhorn, J. D. Pennington. 3, J. W. Sewell, T. C, Hardlson. 4, J. A. T. Sarlbner, J. J. Bryant, ft. F. M. Galloway. Joe Love. . 8. J. S. Ren fro. Dr. James G. Willamson. John Ballanfant, M. B. Tomlinsou. 7. Dr. James it. Wilkes Dr. Andrew i. Boyd, Kufus Thomas. s, w.ftl.BUinvan J. vr.ieeiiey. II UT 1 1 1 ..... iu I . . 1 . 1 Hnruluv 1.'.. - T. , 1 J . . ' f. T . , U ' III 11 v.. W ' . , .11. V ... peiiter, A. liarr. J, B, Bond. lu, nam nrown, a uowen 11. W 11 Nelson, L c Frterson, J u cooter, J N Giddens Kr. ti, W s Jennings A L names 18, Alvis Williams, D F Wade, Lem Ixing It, A F Gray, K N McBride K C Gordon l.i, A J Pugli, J C Cavender Ki, Stephen. Worley, A B Cathey 17, Jesse Brown, J J Cook IS J H Cowley, J T Younger lit. J W Morrow. B A Nicliol 2t. WH Hilliard 1 T Chappell. John M Witherspoon, K M Micliner Zl, iv J Itauguss, liugu . narrison 22, A W Potter, J U Stephenson 21. JT Derry berry. J M Andrew 2i, J M Taylor, G W Cannon Zi, J M Crowe, W D Farris J T Moore, We. the undersiened committee respect fully report that the foregoing are the dele gate from the various districts. j norm, vitairman, AT Bovd, D T Chaj-"Ei.i D F Wauk, Chairman. H P FiaUBHS, Secretary. luorntn fonrt.-September Tern, Last will and test amont of Susanna Love, deceased, admitted to probate. A. N. Akin gave bond as County Court Clerk, with W. B. Wilson, James T. Akin, Jonn c. Alexander anu wiius jouts aa bondsmen. Amount of bond. S-M.WJU. Matilda Blantou gave bond as adminis tratrix of estate of W. If. Blantou, deceased. Matilda Jtlanton also gave bond as guardian of minor hair of J. W. Parks. S. J. Roberts gave bond as guardian of minor heirs of C H. Roberts, deceased. John Lamar gave bond a ooukt ble with Wm. Wood, W. M. Sullivan, and T. W. La mar as bondsmen. The Clerk was appointed a special com missioner to sell the land in the case of 11. C Reed, et al vs Alex Cheatham, et, al. Commissioners were appointed to set aside a dower for the wido'w of C, IJ. Robert- , deceasf-d. Ephraim Davis gave bond as constable with H. Tankersley aud Johnson Davis as bondsmen. James Bickett gtive lond as constable, with T.J. Perry and J. W. Beckett as bonds men: William Sellers gave bond as constable, with W. It. Hill, S. H. Tjiumons, c. L. Brown, and It. N. McBride as bondsmen. M. M. Harris gave bond as constable with J. T. s. Ureeunekl mi Sylvester Finch as bondsmen. K. C. Thompson gave bond ft nonstable with M. M. Russell and G. W. Stookard as bondsmen. C. W. Rickett gave bond as constable with J. N. Scrihner, A. B. Cathey as securi tie. J. H. Fitsgerald qualified as constable with B. H, Fitzgerald, John S. McKuight and W. C. WbiUhorne ius bondsmen. Jame K Bairct gave bond as administra tor of estate of Matilda Baird, deceased. The followinguanJH(l!idniijisU'aior's set tlement approved: Baird and BlAier, Jas. M. Giddens, Jhx, . Moss . F. Dowvll. J- M. and L. C. Pickard, Keuhrs. The following natneii icu 1 1. UM'n have beeu KPHintel by Mr. Alexander a depptv Sherills and were sworn in as such, Fletch er Fails, W.O. Withcrxpooii, ileurv John son and Frank Kicketts W. A. A lexauder qualified a Sheriff with John N. Alexander, A. F. Alexander, J. T. Alexander, U O. Alexander, W. D. Bender mau, Stun W. Scott, H. D. Kickett, Sol. H. Bunch audjvhi W. Ntn-llcy, in the sum of $.V,WW. Settlement of Jeremiah (UMiVJ-'f. adminis trator, referred to the Clerk U he rC; taken. J. P. McGaw gave lauid ns guardian of his minor children. Petition of W- H. Crotrord, for the appotnt pient of a guardian for Silas J. CroIIord, lu-ti.u.-, hi .proved, and the Sheriff authorised tosutuhtoii a !ury of inquisition. Ist will Una ie,-lament of McClinic Brown admitted to probata. W. B. Harris ppjKilntiMl guardian of minor heirs of Washington Oakley, deceased. ' iiittie York, colored, gave bond and qnal-hOe-d as administratrix of fklward ork, colored, J v'w G. Ihjrsl'-y having resigned as aid administrator. L, M. Matthews qualified as guardian of minor heirs of Ell Currin, deceased J. C. Moore gwe bond as trustee of Maury mnty, with A. T. Bo 4. J. W. Neellej T. J. err'. J-If. Courtney, iiufus Tliomas, Jas. conn Perry T. Moore, Wilson Trousdale, John k tiaiiey and S. 11 tmnch. John l'.r. It'Kister, qualified with I with uie following bondsmen: John G. Osborne, C. V. Cjtus, S. H. Bunch. A. A. Lipscomb quftlificd as Tax Collector and gave as bondsmen, George Lipscomb, , T. E. Lips, oruii, !. D. McFall, Joseph A. M ttlk er, J.M. S. Mayes li". -H. Lipscomb, Benj. Harlau, John w. Biakely, aud R. Mitch ner: amount of bond, HWi,(Hl, ' '' The court adjorued to meet again Septem ber rth. Onr mipg Fair. While the drouth lias caused almost very other agricultural Bodety in this State to abandon their annual meeting, the managers of our, undaunted, are go ing ahead, and we predUit for them suc cess. The simple fact of (bare being only one ofher fair in Middle Tennessee, warrants us in Baying that the exhibi tion of stock will be better than for a number of years. Let the people turn out and show their appreciation of such untiring energy an! enterprise as is dis played by the directory oi oitr County Society. A Correction. To On Editor, of the Herald and MaiL- Having noticed in your issue of Au gust 14th, a communication under the heading of the Spring Hill Items, an ar ticle in regard to a siogular visit Of one Mr. Luck e t, at my house in the. night; and it was the general impression in the neghborhood that his intention was to rob me or commit some other oilense. The facts as related in the Ukbald are substantially correct, but the inferences drawn Irom the facts by the people at large are ' doing Mr. Lncket great in justice. In justice to that gentleman, I take great pleasure in saying that J have learned from Mr. Willis Jones and oth- era who aie acquainted with Mr. Lncket, and who have been associated with him in business, that be is a gentleman, and that the article, although it does not mention his name, does him great injus tice. Ue was at the time, a guard on the railroad, and came merely to bor row some weapons, bis being out ot repair, and with no and with no unlawful intent. My absence from home is the reason I why this mistake has not been sooner corrected.' ' W. M. Cheai bs. 1 AIi l'rarl Jfilfa. Our readers nave been notified that readers have been notified Messrs. Wm. Bhacklett 6 Uo., were building a large steam flouriDg mill on the Hampshire pike, about live miles Irom Columbia. The mills were put in operation on Monday oi last week. Last Friday we visited their mills, and spent several noura in examining tne entire establishment, from top to bottom. The building has lour stones and an attic, which alicrd ample room for the seventy borse-pxAver engine, the wheat and corn stones, all the fans, conveyors, bolting chest. Dins, smutter ana separator, etc., etc There are three stones the mer chant wheat stone, the custom wheat stone and the corn stone. The wheat Btonea bave a capacity, per day, of COO bushels and the corn mill of 480 bushels, The wheat is taken from a bin to the basement room, where it goes over the "shaker," and is subjected to a draft from the suction tan. This is an admir able thing, and is the invention of the architect ol the mill, Mr. D. H. Caswell millwright and machinist, of Nashville, This contrivance is difficult to describe, but it accomplishes lis worn admirably, and with astonishingly little noie. resting as it does on the solid rock. Tne wheat is then taken to the third floor, when it goes through the ''DecorticH tor," which is a large hollow stone. made of New England sandstone. The wheat is forced through the middle of this stone by the means of a wrought iron cylinder, the stone rubbing off the ends of the grain, which the smutter and separator fail to get on. 'lhis is an ex pensive machine, and Mr. Caswell in formed us that it was the only one in use in Tennessee, so far as he knew The next and fourth cleaning process tor wheat to go through is the smutter, It is a No. 2 Yandegrift Smutter, and has a capacity of twenty-five bushels per nour. lnis macnine is a wonaeriui invention, and cleans all the smut from the wheat, and is arranged also to sepa rate the cbaff and faulty grains. The fifth and last cleaning process lor the wheat is the Vandegrift Feeder.- - This is a small concern, and is situated just where the wheat enters the stone to be ground. It has a suction blast which throws out what remains of dirt and faulty wheat, These five cleaning pro. cesses get absolutely everything from the wheat except the pure, sound grain, from which to make a splendid article of hour. As the wheat is ground, it is taken immediately in conveyors to the attic, or top of the railL where it is de posited into the coolers, which cools the flour before it goes into the bolting chest tsjlow. The ixiitma chest contains lour reels, eighteen feet long and thirty inch es in diameter, aud four conveyors. An important feature here comes in, known as the "New Process" of making flour. It consists ot a machine, the "Mid dling Separatoror Purifier." Thecoarser portion of inesnoris a xnown as "snip stuff," used for feeding cattle, another portion is ground over and a low grade of flour made of it; then the middlings purified are groQDd over, which makes the best article ol Hour. The corn goes through three cleansing processes, aud when the stone receives it nothing bnt the pure grain remains. Messrs. win. aracKieit s to. win shortly be prepared to sell a new brand, 'SelKraisiug lour," which will require no yeast or soda to make nice light bread and good biscuits, etia They have the very best machinery, and it is pat up in a masterly manner by a mas ter workman. Their flour has not the smallest speak of bran in it, so lar as we could Bee. maeea, the nour win com pare favorably with that ot ot. Louis, Kicbmond or elsewhere, it is nour ana flour only, without any foreign sub stance. The proprietors are Northern men, of Pittsburg, Pa., and excellent men and good citizens, and very popu lar in their neighborhood. We trust i bey will succeed, and that other North ern men ot capital will be induced to come among us and invest in similar public enterprises, which will have a tendency to build up the county and State. Let other and, if possible, better mills be erected in the county. The more flouring establishments of first quality that are located together, the better for them all. It will advertise the locality as the best place lor mer chants in the different Southern South ern States to get flour. When the vari ous narrow gauge railroads, of which this place is the centre, are completed, Columbia will be the central point for the wheat raised in the great Limestone Basin to be sent. The mill building is on a solid rock. It has four stories and an attic. The first is ten feet high, the second or stone floor is ten feet, the third eight feet, the iourtb twelve, loot. The building is thirty-six foet by fifty, and is strongly and solidly built, the first ten feet be ing masonry, The entireestablishment was designed by P. &. Caswell, Ma chinist and Millwright, and Mill Fur nisher, Nashville. ATr. Ciswoll furnish ed everything excepi; the building pro per, which was built by John Lancas ter, of Columbia. Cornelius Frierson, col., an excellent workman, put up the masonry, and Murpby & Attwell, tin ners, put on the roof. Tne seventy horse power engine was built at Nash ville by J. Ii. Komans. James Barrett, of Maury, is the engineer and fireman, and he tells us that the three stones can be run on fifty pounds of steam, and on one cord and a hall of wood per day. It takes him just fifteen minutes every morning to start the mill. Mr. W. H. Anderson, of Nashville, a miller of more than twenty years experience, is the miller. Lvery turn of wheat or corn brought to mill is marked with a number, aud the mill-boy given a brass check, with a corresponding number, which prevents the loss of bags and the cen fusion brought about by it. We are told that Mr. Caswell, the architect of the mill, is oue oi the most celebrated millwrights in all the country. He has built about thirty mills six in Tennes see, at the following places: Near Tri une, for Jillis Tennison; at Pinewood, for H. I Graham Sou; Sycamore Mills, Cheatham county, for S". Watson; near Gallatin, Brenham ife Mentlo; Franklin, for J. B. Liilie & Co.; Maury county, for Wm. Shaeklett fc Co. One oi his mills has been ritnniug four years, aud the owner told Mr. Ashton that it has cost only about forty dollars in the way oi repairs. Cuuip-iucel I u t IJorrlcane. The animal eaunp-nieetiug at Whis ker's caul-ground coiumeuced last Friday night. Rev. Wm. H. Hughes preached on the transdguration of Christ, Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. It was an excellent soruiou. He gave us some ideas that were beautiful and instructive some that we never heard t advanced before. At 3 o'clock in the evening Rov. Mr. Marks preached a practical sermon, showing the value of tribulation' to Christians. At night Rev. W. U. Wilkes preached an e$ceN leut sormon ou the text, "almost thou persuadest me to become a Christian." Thiseeruion was peculiar from the fact that it was composed largely of Bible language. The sermon at 8 o'clock, Sunday morain;, was preached by l)r. F. C. Wilkes on the text, "I perish with hunger," taken irom t he parable of the prodigal sou. It was "one of the best sermons we have heard in a long, long time. He is a man ol power and great originality. He hs but few equals in the Tennessee Conference. Bishop Mc Tyeire preached at 11 o'clock, from the 5th chapter ot Matthew, 25th. and 20th verses, commencing thus, "Agree with thine adversary quickly, while thou art in the way with hjm," Ac. Every body admitted that it was the clearest nd niost powerful exposition of that difficult ielt- tlier vr heard. The Bishop is a model preachernatural, strong, cloar, and easily comprehended. He has a fine appreciation of the mean ing ot words, using the right word in the right place. Dr. Young; one ot the flants of the M. E. church, preached at o'clock from the text, "Where two or three are gathored together in my name," Ac. " The doctor is a full man, aud always preaches well always says something you never heard before. At night Rev. J R. Plummer, of Franklin, discoursed on the Fenteeostal Baptism. Eight o'clock Monday morning lound the Bishop again in the pulpit, showing the "One thing" that was lacking in becoming Christians. At eleven Dr. Young dwelt upon the extent of God's atoning love and the condition ot par don. At 3 Rev. J. R. Plummer illustra ted the excuses cf sinners from the conduct ni Nwnuan., and aw night R. G. Irvine explained ' 1 ' ? "estaood of Christ, in one of the most effective sel mons of the meeting; after, which the Holy Sacrament was administered to a large number oi the loyers of Christ. Tuesday the several hours of service were occupied as lollows: R. E. Trayis, from the Cornersville station, at 8 o'clock, on the laith ot Abel; W. Doss, from the Nebo and Williamsport station, at 11 o'clock, on the parable of the Vir- fins a very fine sermon. Three o'clock, . C. I'utnam, from Brentwood, explain ed how Christ was the Way, to the great comfort and delight of the congrega tion; and at night G. P. Jackson, from Springfield, illustrated the terms of dis cipleship from the words, "It any will come after me let him deny himself, take up his cross and follow me." Eight camps were occupied, as foN lows: The Columbia tent by Messrs. Powell and Faris; R. Iu Porter, from the Franklin District, and Spring Hill Cir cult; Mrs. K. Perry and F. A. Burke from the Duck River circuit, on the south side of the river; J. S.Cowden.'W; L. J. Wilkes, Mrs. Sarah Perry, Messrs. Cochran and W. H.Wilkes, from Culle oka and its vicinity. In addition to these campers, great liberality was dis played by the citizens in the vicinity, J. T. Mooie and others, in bringing dinner for their friends from day to day, and taking care of them at their homes dur ing the night. Good order leas an un due amount of mating for private and confidential conversation "-prevailed generally. TJp to Wednesday morning, twenty-one persons baa proiessea con version. The attendance has been large, and an absence of an extra train on Sun-, day detracted nothing from the good or der, or the comfort of those attending. A large number of preachers were pres ent, and one among them, of age and reputation, was heard to say, he had not listened to any preaching that could be called inferior during the meeting. The open i n g sermon Friday night was by the Presiding Elder, Rev. W. Mooney, on the subject of revivals, and the rfceans to promote them. The singing was gener ally good, and Christian people seemed to enjoy themselves. - A friend, presum ing we know everything, (violent pre sumption !) asks us to tell him why some ladies will dress so tine at camp-meeting, the place of all others the most dam aging to costly or fine clothes; and why so many men will persist in violating the requests and regulations governing camp-meeting exercises. Up to yesterday morning there haa been thirty-one conversions. Thecamp- ers have left, but the neighbors will pro bably keep up the meeeting.' j W. J. Jones' admirable paper on the culture of wheat will appear next week. A Suggestion. We would make this suggestion to the convention which meets next Mon day: A resolution should be adopted requiring all nominations to D9 maae before the first ballot is taken; and when a man once withdraws his name not allow him to be renominated. Then pass another resolution dropping the hindmost man alter a limited number of ballots. Unless this is done, we do not believe a nomination will be effect ed. Senatorial and Representative Con vention Last Monday. The convention held here last Mon day was large, every district in the county being represented. The house was called to order Dy making Major J, II. Akin temporary chairman, ana Jt.. Yoest secretary. In the permanent or ganization Col. D. t . Wade was made chairman and H. P. Figuers secretary. The two-thirds rule was adopted, and the basis oi represeutatiou agreed upon. The committee on platform and resolu tions presented the following, which was adopted : ticsoivea, 'mat we are in flavor oi ine absolute and unconditional repeal of tte ten per cent conventional interest law. He-solved. That we are in lavor of pre serving the faith and credit of the State inviolable, but we regard any discrimi nation in favor ot one creditor over another as unjust and impolitic liesolved. That we are opposed to the unfriendly discriminations as exercised by railroads in their local freight charges. iicsoivca, inai inis convention aaopt the two-thirds rule. The platform adopted by the State Democratic party was unanimously accepted and adopted. Messrs. a. a. uienn, jas. ii. momas, A. S. Godwin, John M. Hickoy, W. B. Gordon, were put in nomination. 1st Ballot Glenn 5, Thomas 5, God win 20, Hickey 20 Gordan 13. Necessa ry to a choice 4Z. 2nd naiiot uieun y, i nomas o, woa- win 23, Hickey 14, Gordon 9. Necessa ry to choice S'J14. ora :iiauoi lriomas o, uoawin 34, Geu.L. E. Polk 20 Gordon withdrew. Necessary to a choice 40. 4th Ballot Hickey ana Thomas with drew. Godwin 36, Polk 23. Necessary to a choice 39. 5th Ballot Godwin 35, Polk 22. Necessary to a choice 36. 6th Ballot Godwin 38, Polk 22. Necessary to a choice 40. 7th Ballot tjoawin 38, folk Necessary to a choice 40. 8th Ballot Jno. V. Wright nomi nated, 3; Godwin 35, Polk 22. Necessary to a choice 40. 9th Ballot Godwin 37, Wright with drew; Polk 23. Necessary to a choice 40. 10th. Ballot W. B. Kannon nomi nated, 27; Godwin 34, Polk withdrew. Necessary to a choice 40. 11th Ballot Godwin 27, Kannon Necessary to a choice 40. 12th BallotPolk (re-nominated) 39, Hickey (re-nominated) 20, Kannon 3, Godwin' withdrew. Necessary to a choice 41 H- 13th Ballot Polk 31, Hickey 19, Kan non 11. Necessary to a choice 40. 14th Ballot Polk 37, Hickey 23. Necessary to a choice 40. 15ih Ballot Polk 34, Hickey 19, Josh L. Williams 9. Necessary to a choice 41 14. 16th Ballot Williams withdrew, Polk 3234, Godwin 31. Necessary to a choice 42. The convention then adjourned, with out making a nomination. It will meet again next Monday. Congressional Delegates, 1, Jas W. Page, Robt. Elam. 2, W. J. Stravhorn and J. I). Pennington, 3, Harden Mayberry and S. Lcssett. 4. J. J. Bryant and J. A. T. Scribner. 5. Dick Love and Marion Galloway.' 6, George C. Taylor, J. S. lienfro and M. B. Tomlinsou. 7, Rule Thomas and J. H. Wilkes. 8, W. M. Sullivan and N. R. Hol.ien. 9, L. I). Myers, Lee Bullock, A. M. ixioney, J. B. Hamilton and W. B. Gordon. 10, Sam Brown snd Gen. A. Bowen. 11, J. C. Cooper, E. C. Frierson and W. JI., Nelson. 12, W. S. Jennings and A. L. Barnes, IS, Alvis Williams, Lcm, Long, I). F. Wade. 14. John Gray, R. C. Gordon and U. M. McBride. : 15, A. J. l'uj;h, and J. C. Cavender. 16, Stephen Worley A. B. Cathey. 17, Jesse Brown, J. J. Cook, Capt Kinzer and R. C. Puckett. 18. J. II. Cowley and J. T. Younger. I'J. J. W. Morrow and B. A. Nichols. 20. S. II. Timmons and W. O. Gordon. 21 H. J. Lf.iiigiiss and H. C, Harrison. 22. N- F. Cljqairs and R. B'. Allen. 23. J. T. .Derryberry and j. N. Andrews, 21.- Geo. Cannon and Monroe Taylor. 2j. James T. Moore and Mr Reynolds, and John M. Crowe. There may be some mistake in the above list; it so it will be corrected next Monday, when the delegates ar requested to meet in Columbia. If I I'Ki ITEMS. Among tho pleasant recreations of our town at this time, is the singing school of Prof. Mcintosh, in which most of the young folks and some of those more ad vanced iu life, are taking considerable interest. It is to be hoped that the mu sic of our churches will.be greatly im proved by the able instructions oi this great teacher. ' Singing school in days of yore, when Maj. Rodgers" was the in structor of vocal music in all this coun try, was a great place for courting and match-making, aa gome of our older citizens can testify, A few weeks will suffice to develop whether it exerts the same influence now as formerly. There has been intense excitement among t he colored people about here re cently, in regard to the death of Julia Hayden, col., who was murdered in Sumner county. Her parents, who are very respectable colored people, live here, and it is only a week r two ago that hhe left home and commenced a school near Lfartuvllle. Our citizens condemn in .iinrneasured terms 'this most iuhuman and cowardly act, and earnestly hope that the liberal reward which Gov. Brown has offered for the apprehension 'pf ber murderers, may lead to' detection and condign punish ment. The best citizens of this 'place and the surrounding 'country have sub scribed liberally to a iunij to be offered as a reward in addition to .hafc offered by the Governor for the apprehension ot the guilty parties. Since writing above we have learned that the killing otw! aboat two o'clock at night. The night was dark, without moonlight; there was no light in the hous9; one shot only was fired, and that through a hole in the .wall of the house, near the floor. ' She had rais ed up on the bed, and while in this po sition received the fatal shot. This is the substance of the statement ol the col ored people with whom she was staying. The old man ran upstairs at the first alarm, and says, that in looking out ot the window he saw two men and thought they were white men, as they had on dark clothes. He called loudly for help, and in a short time two colored men came, and it was not known until after their arrival that Julia had been killed or that she had been shot. The old woman thought she had fainted. It is to be hoped that this matter will be thoroughly scrutinized, and the perpe trators brought to that punishment which they so richly deserve. Marriage Licenses. C. H. Leibhart to Leonora S. Irwin. P. H. Ragsdale to Eugene Mangrem. E. J. Soulesby to Louisa M. Blackburn -w CoL. 1K-B. Cooper lis resigned position as a member of the Democratic Executive Committee .for - this conntv and H. P. Figuers, appointed in stead. : ' The Manrv ' Conntv delegates to Congressional Convention will please meet at Col. A. M. Looney's office next MondaySept. lth, at 9 o'clock. : Notice to the Delegate f Cong-res-. y atonal Convention. , . " The following named places, in Columbia- have been assigned as head quarters for the delegates from the dif ferent counties, to the Congressional convention, to oe held in Columbia on the loth inst: . Hamner Hall, assigned to Giles co. Masonic Hall, assigned to Williamson county. - W. B. Gordon's office assigned to Wayne conntv. ; Looney & Hickey's office assigned to Lawrence county. . Alexander's office assigned to Hick man county. J. B. Bond's office assigned to Lewis county. -7 - .- Circuit Court room assigned to .Maury county. , w.jtt. wokdon, Chairman Congressional Com mi tte. WILLIAKSPORT ITEMS. Mt. Nebo closed a good meeting a few aays ago with three new members. There has been a good revival going on in the Greenfield bend for the last week, quite a number professing relig ion, under the preaching of the Rev, James Williams, who is 'a good and faithful servant of God. The Badger school-house has just ciosea a aeciaeaiy gooa meeting, with seven new converts. Shady Grove, Hickman county, M. E. Church, has just concluded a most glorious revival, with quite a number of new converts. The crowning revival of this neighbor hood has been going on both day and night at the village M. E. Church. It commenced August 29th, and continued up to Monday night, 7th inst. It nev er has been our pro yince to have wit nessed a more happy revival, especially on Friday night last. The church rarig with joy and happiness from one end to the other. A more complete victory in religion was never seen. The services were conducted by its regular pastor, nev. Mr. jjoss,ana rtev. J. rt. Hamilton Rev. R. G. Linn. The happiness still continues. Sunday night was an excit ing time. Up to Monday night there were thirty-odd converts, twenty-three of which joined the church. - Rev. Mr. Frierson will have a sacra mental meeting at the Presbyterian cnurcn aunaay, esepietnoeriiutn. Major Stray horn, E. C Thompson, Hamp Joyce, Russell and others, left the village And neighborhood for a deer hunt, last week, in Lewis county, and returned alter killing seven deer, a wolf fc ii feet long, 3 leet 2 inches high, and weighing 80 pounds, and four rattle snakes. "Sneak," alias Hamp, murder ed a deer. All came home well pleased. Mary Kinzer bus lost her boy Sidney Brown, who she desires to return to her cottage by the river side, which is lone ly without him. i Ed. and Jim, of the 17th district, are unhappy over the departure of Miss L. S d, for Maryland. Budd was deci dedly happy Friday night last. The gin-house, screw and eight bales of cotton were destroyed by fire on the Greenfield Bend farm, Thursday, the 3d instant. The accident was caused by friction. The loss is estimated at 42500. No insurance. The recent raius have done the farm ers much good, in bringing up the grass. Stock ot every grade seem to be quite happy now, - Summer, with her drouthy and in tense heat, into autumn has beat a has ty retreat, leaving all the farmers no doubt with long and sad faces. What a contrast between this aud last fall J Then the cribs were full of corn, and now they are empty, and very few will be filled. Then every cotton pen was crowdod to overflowing, but now cotton is hardly mentioned. This time last fall many bales were picked, but now eyen the baskets are scarcely ready. This is a year for the farmers to econo mise. There is quite a new life now in the village. The cheerful laugh and the merry footstep now ring with gayety and delight along its every avenue, attending the school of the beautiful and accomplished Miss Belle Russell. May success ever crown herin such a no cause. The lumber is now upon the spot to build the Greenneid Bend church, ana Capt. D. W. Alexander deserves great praise for procuring money for the same. The contract will be let to the lowest bidder. The citizens of the Concord Church neighborhood have been very lucky in deed in procuring the services of the amiable and accomplished Miss Gant, of Spring Hill, to teach their young ones. May success attend her. . One Mr. Whitesidea performed some very funny feats Saturday, in the vil lage. He and John Barleycorn brought on an attack against the village, out soon surrendered by raising the white flag in consequence of the loss of John Barley. Whitesides lowered the white flag half mast, and left the village. From Roek Nprlns. To the Editor of the Herald and Mail: As there has been a great deal said in regard to people starving, I will give you a statement ol the crops in this vi cinity. The late rains have improved the corn very much, and the present prospects are good lor a half crop at least. Bobbie Hardison informs us that bo has a hill of corn that has thirty-one tassels, but the number of ears be did not give. A great many we suppose, from the amount of tassels on Bobbie's corn, and that looks like starving. Mon roe Taylor has a bog with six feet, which he says must eat Bobbie's corn, and so mere win he provisions in the bill. Willie Barkei says that bis sweet pota toes are in lull bloom, and it a man doubts it, he will show the vines. Wil lie says the provisions in the bill are all that are worth a cpnt. Miaa Tnnnia Lunsdon has just finishod one session of Npencerian penmanship, and will take up another at Rock Spring soon. The patrons are well pleased with the sys tem, aud also with Miss Tennie as a teacher. We also bave a literary school . 1 1 - C. 1 1 1 ..T n a' r rjruig, conducted oy j. w. Hays, who is giving sal intact ion to its patrons. Dr. Long has been very busy lor some time, not in the medical prac tice, but going around taking down the snakes that he has been hanging up all tne dry weather, lie thinks now the snake tribe will not be wanted any more mis season, as we have had rain enough to make the present crop. Akin & Doo ley have got their saw mill started, ais ter haying it burned some time since. We hope tLey liiay hava good luck lor tho time to come. Monroe Taylor says that he is a candidate for Tax Collector the next term. 187(3. He thinks that he can till that office. Good luck to him. As the election is over the fighting is discontinued until cool weather. Yours, as ever, etc., Louis. Roc k SnusG, Sept. 8, 1871. Another 'arl from Cant ,T. T. Tnrner. To the Editors of the Br raid arid 'Mail: J. It. McClelland has answered a charge of dishonesty, by a scurrilous personal attack. A free use of liar, coward, &c, does not in any way set aside the strength of facts, and his only legitimate reply to the charge would have been proof positive of its untruth fulness. This doubtless he did not find ready to hand. He borrowed f 50 from me, which he promised to return by check as soon as he got home. He had time and repeated opportunity to do so I or explain why he didn't do so, and he failed to refund the money. -I u expos ing him I have performed a duty, which I shall always faithfully perform, when deceived by a man who takes occasion to insult his birth-place, the uniform he once wore, and the people with whom be associates, ' by indulging in such practices. I dismiss J. R, McClelland from furs therifionBideration. ' ' ' This much by way of explanation to the public I Very respectfully, . jlCRJJER. St. Louis, Sept. 7, 1874. HABBIAUES. Near Shady Grove" yesterday, Mr J W Moody of Henry County Tenn to Miss Lccy Erwin, of Hickman County. Attendants : W R Walters and Miss Julie Erwin, Mr Ed Bobbitt and Miss Willie Erwin, Mr G House and Miss Alice Erwin, HICKJIAN COUNTY ITEMS. The local items in Hickman are few and far between. The drouth killed all the black perch in Blue Buck, the six pound trout bave all been caught and eaten up by Columbians, that were in Lick Creek. Bon Aqua, Beaver Dam and Primrn's Springs are being vacatecj by visitors. The hot diys of August - are over, and the question of when it is going to rain has been settled by recent showers. The elections have passed. A Governor has been nominated, leaving Hickman out. The committee on the Beecher-Tllton Bcandal have reported. The comot has gone, and we are unable to get up a riot between the races; while hard times and his heavy taxes have ruined our railroad prospects. Therefore we say items now are "tolak.le scaoe." ,W. C. and S. G. Jones, late of Hick man, but now of Humphreys county, have one hundred and ten acres in pea nuts. They will raise over four thous and bushels of peas and twelve hundred barrels of corn, and a large amount of cotton, this year. They have the finest his the crops mey ever maae. Lilnt andam are workers, and they don't stand back in doing it; they go ahead. The tall session of Centreville Acade my commenced On the first Monday in September, under the charge of Prof. iicnrjaum, of Nashville. J. D. Easly, Esq., clerk of the County Court of this county for twenty-four years, is quite ill at Centreville with the chills. . Somebody's old horse ate up Jack Moore's late roasting-ear patch the oth er nignt at centreville. Jack would have said something if the last bunch of grass had not have hnen horse! The candidates foi the Legislature in Hickman and Parrv are mttin rami their armor to go into the field this fall. Whether the fight will tie on the bush whacking or "cooning" fashion, or in regular pitched battles, our reporter is not able to itemize. Col. Lew la Wair- goner shelled the woods on Cane Creek and at Centreville a few weeks ago. He let off some twenty-four pounders at tne civil Hights Bill, certain. It is un necessary for the candidates to discuss the financesnfor there is none in Hick man to discuss. The only banks in Hickman ara Iron banks, and if vie only had old Lvmirem to make laws for us a while, we would resume specie payment immedlatAlv and blackbacks, greenbacks and live twenties might go to Guinea. We would cheat St. Louis of the capitol, pay the funded debt of our State, move Wash ington City to Hickman, and have Wall Street in Newburg, with a Black Friday every now and then to make the Heb ald and Mail more lively. We would have the Nashville dailies filled in ev ery column with our greatness, and when a Governor was to be nominated. a dozen or more apartments in the Max well secured and numbered with the names of our delegates printed in foil. to that convention. We would haye no mistakes or omissions, (when our peo ple were looking with anxious eves for their names. ) We would have them printed, and we would know that they were mere, ana tuat tney were repre senting our people. We would scorn their derisive "Goober-natorial" honors. We would do all this, and we would de ny that we ever raised a goober. There was a good crowd at Centreville oi the 29th of last month, to hear the candidates for Congress speak. Their petitions are rather on the exparte or der, all being Democrats and running on the same platform. The rights of the parties, however, will all be settled on the 15th inst , at Columbia, unless some exceptions are well taken and filed to the report of the convention. The mails are getting to be so larce between Columbia and Centreville that the mail rider can't carry them on horseback. Complaint is being made on account of a part of it having to be left behind. Some people in Hickman believe that corn this fall is going to be away tin yonder. We need a railroad to bring it down. So say many who have to buy. September is here with the sere and yellow leaf of Autumn. Autumn leaves are falling, Aud the flowers of spring are gone. The Hanry County Teaebers Asseel- tton. On Saturday. September 5th. 1874. the Maury County Teachers' Association met in the County Superintendent's office, when there were n resell t. Dr. W. A. Smith. Prpsi- dent, Prof. W. Anderson, Secretary, James ri. wnaes, ja.sej., umniy uperiiitenaeui of Public Instruction, 1'rof. A. D. McCinre, A. w. hlocKou ana otners. The Secretary was requested, ou motion 01 James H. Wilkes, Esq., to hand a codv of the min utes to the Herald and Mail for publica tion, and to notify the members of the Asso- ciaiiou loaiieuu liiu regular meeting mat. is to be held in Columbia on the first Satur day in October. Professor A. D. McOlure was apointed to read a paper on Geography he- iore tne iiexi meeting 01 me Association. No further business being presented the Association adjourned until the first Satur day in October, at eleven o'clock, a. m. wm. a. mmith, President. W. Anderson, Secretary. How Chsrlmae Atity he Cared. Greenwood, Miss., Sept. 1, 1874. To the Editor of the Columbia Herald: I see from a letter of Mr. Campbell Brown, published in your paper under date of August 19th, 1874. describing a disease among stock in Maury county, and from the description, it is certainly Charbone. As I bad the experience of lour years contending with this most dreaded disease, J take great pleasure in giving b'ow three' receipts,' which , have pioyed successful. First? Slit the swollen parts with a knife, an 1 lay in a piece of oaustio an inch or an inch and a halt lone: it the parts a Hoc ted are on portion ot the body that the caustic will not remain ofitseit, take a stitch or two so as to confine it. You will find that in less than half an hour a yellow water will begin to drip freely. The caustic must stay until it dissolves. Sec- i ond: Apply to the swollen parts boiling tar and lard two parts tar to one ol the othei; apply every halt hour until the yellow water runs lreely. Third: By burning with a hot iron rod run into the swollen parts. The first is universally preferred with us. The bowels of the animal should be kept open. From a Friend in Mississippi. A CarilnrQnn tien. I,. E. Polk, Coi'Ihbia, Ten n., Sept. 8th, 1874. Mrr. Potterl IE. C. Frieron, A. Barr, Col. Wad and 0 jtr: (iE.NTl.KMEi if-Believing the greatest liar ioiiv nossila i should be secured in the coming canvl p., and believing that can be best secured t, i presenting a new name to the convention on next Monday, I cannot again allow my name to be brought forward. Thanking you gentlemen for the honor done by bringing my name before the con vention on yesterday, and the warm sup portgivenme, 1 remain, very respectiuiiy yours, o., Lucius K. Polk. MEATUS. At Dnck River Station, Thursday. Sept. 3, WALteii, son oi .11 Harris. Business Noticea. Second hand School Hooks bought and sold at Comstock & Rush-con's, Sept. 11-lw. JSextdoor to V. ii. Kali Seed Barley for sale. SepM-2t Apply to Fine article. Benj. Harlan. A full line of School Booksjnst received et COMSTOCK X KOSHTON S. Sept. ll-lw. Next door to P. O. How the Money Goes! After November 30th, it will be eaiy to roc how thfe mquey goeq, far tltoi. ' the drawing will 1 1 1 iv . j ' .n;. oi i. ' - x uuiiv ..'. j Kit 1..."- tucky, and at that uranu uiit concert $2, Swi.noo in cash will be given away to ticket holders. The fortunate holder of the ticket drawing the first prie will walk off with $iO,O0O; of the second prize, 100,000; of the third prize, 875,000; of the fourth prize, $.50, 000; of the fifth prize, 25,000, Ac, 4c, Sc until 20,000 grand cash prizes una u an nave been aistriuuteu. iruiy, wis cisinnuuQn will tell oiy Ute money goes. ' Kept,lli-It. '' For Sale, An excellent residence and one-half acre o I land, ou South Embargo St., near Spring St. Contains five rooms, good kitchen, good well, flower-garden anu splendid vege table garden. The family desire to move awav. otherwise they would not sell. Can i be baught very cheap for cash. Apply at I this office. We, the U. Club, of Columbia, do hereby offer Tweuty-five Dollars reward for the ap prehension of the would-be murderers cf E, 1 1 W," i 1 ti mii-Praiililunt ' l' D. Wilson, our President, tsepH-iSw J. B., Secretary. Found. An Overcoat at the Faif Grounds duriDi our last Fair, which the owner can have'Jby paying ior tmsnonoe. Apply lo. Aug.4 2t A. IS. A , Akin, Bee'ty. For Sale. Seed Barley, by aug 28-tC ' IELVILLI WtUH-S. For Sale or Rent. A new residence with six rooms and kitch en; cistern and hydrant on premises. AUgUSl itn-i(W. WM. it. WILLIAMS. The next session of the Columbia Athe meum opens on the first Monday in Septem ber. TbTMale High School begins co the same day, September 7tl. - aug21-3t Jersey Cattle Special Premiums. In making up the premium Hst for our coming fair, the following special premi ums on Jerseys, offered by Maj. Campbell Brown, were accidentally left out: For best Jersey cow o vei Jfajww ild...,.,.10 . " " heifer under 2 " ,.. 5 To be exhibited on thesarne day with and Immediately after the other cattle, namely, on Wednesday. Sept. M. Maj. Brown re quests ns to state that none of his own herd will compete in these lings. Augost21-4t, A. N. AKIN, Sec'y. Agency. Having been appcinid by the pounty Council of btaury.ounty,- rtarcnasing and selling agent of the Patrons of Husbandry, this will notify Patrons qf this and adjoiq imr counties that I am now nreoared to give prompt attention to all orders, either buying or seiiiiia. o. a. xwjuiucs. Omce-At J. M. Lark Ins A Co. Columbia, May 22, 1871. tf . ForSale. A Fine secondhand Bret and Harness for Bale. Enquire at iiaiiib 4 Boyd's. augU-tf COLUMBIA MARKET. Office Of ElJK ALt, A McEWEN, Kept. 11th 1K74. Baton Shoulders,; llcts; 'sides, 17cts; hams, IHCU. Butter 20 and 25c. Blacking lbc. 00 dos Cotton 8 to 13! eta. Hull Cotton Seeda per 1UU lbs. Corn fl nr bushel. Coffee 2o to 2Sc for Rio by Sack Lagulra to iw Java 85 to 37 Coal OUXVS test, 2.ja30cts. per gallon. Candlet 2a25c.V lb. .W-12K to lie. flour 3MI to 4.00 per 100 lbs. Ginger 1050c. Hungarian Grass Seed 175 to 200. ft bushel. Lardll cents. Lime 25$30o. bushel. Jfea-1.16. Molane and Syrup common, 75o.ai00; koI- den syrup, lr1.25. Pea .AW-KO to 90 cts. Dull. Pepper Stt-KH!. Bice ll12c. Be9lJbO per bn. Saft-325 350.for7ba; for 5 bushels, 12.75. Soap 10150. Soda 1013c. iSWar iew Orleans, 10mi1.Sc; Pemerara, 14 15c; A sugar, 12c Vj crush eu and irrauulated, 1314o. Tea 1JJ0(92.00B. i rMovroc. n ir. Wool Dull at quotations, 20 to 40. Wheat Hoc 1.00. Working Kan's Ticitt. For Mavor THOMAS E. BUTLER. For Aldermen, Fint Ward T heo. Lipscomb, nai tioiman, w. u. lTueir. Second Ward Henry white, J. u. wood slde.Wm. Chaffln. Third Ward Oeorge Hodge. W. V. Traut bam, St. Ledger White. For Hajor and Aldermen. For Mayor-T. W. KEK8EE. For Aldermen Firnt WardG. B. Dodson John T. Oartner. w. F. Tucker. Second WnrdJ. T. Williamson, O. T. Cha nr.. Ifl. w. Uambell. Third Ward-li. C. Helm, I. M. Powell, J 11. uuggar. For Mayor and Aldermen. Eor. Mayor, EDWARD KUHN. For Aldermen, First Ward, THEO. LlHSCOMB, W. J. AHliKKWS, JtiO. Uabtnkb. Second Ward, J. T. Williamson, J. Mobt Hodge, Ed. W, UAMBLE. Third Ward, T. B. Bains, I. M. Powell, ti. D. Hodgk. For Congress- To the Editor of the Herold and and Mail: Please announce me as a candidate to rep resent this the Seventh ConKressioual Dls triot in the 44th Congress. Subject to what ever acuon uie democratic anu conserva tive party of the district may take to secure imiiiiOM . July 3, 1874. W. C. WHITTHORNB We are authorized to announce lion. W. O'N. PERKINS, of Williamson county, avi wjuicm. xijiecuou in rovemoer. Wears authorised to announce N. N, COXasa candidate for Congress in this congressional district. I herewith announce m vh1 f 11 cfLnriila.ta for Congress of the 7th Congressional District of Tennessee, composed of the counties of Williamson, Maury, (Jlles, Lawrence, Wayne, Lewis and Hickman, at the No vember election. T. II. OIBBS. We are authorised to announce Col. SO LON E. ROSE, of Uiles county, as a candi date for Congress In this the 7th Congres sional District, and that he will "cheerfully abide any action of the Conservative anil Democratic party in the selection of a candi date." For Representative. We are authorized to announce the name of CapULKWISC. WAUOuNElt, as a can didate to represent the counties of Dewis, Hickman and Perry In the Lower House of the next Legislature. We are authorized to announco F. A. BURKE as a oandidate for the Lower House of the next Legislature. We are authorized to announce Cant. JAMBS B. MURPHY as a candidate lor the Lower House of the next Legislature. State Senator. We are authorized to announco W. B. GORDON, as a candidate for the State Sen ate, subject to whatever action may be tak en by the partj . We are authorized to announce tho name of Capt. JOHN M. HICKEY, as a candidalo for the Senate from the counties of Maury and Williamson. We are authorized to announce Col. A S.GODWIN as a candidate for State Sena-' tor for tlie Senatorial District, coiiijwwed of the counties of Maury aud Williamson. 8. M. FISCHER, Watchmaker and Jeweler, Post Office, COLUM BI A, Ten n., Dealer in Watctaen, C locks, Jewelry, Nil ter and Plated Ware. All work done to order at reasonable prices, and warrant ed to give satisfaction. ang2-lm I MEAN WHAT I SAY! YOUR SLOW PAY Has compelled me to adopt scrictly MONTHLY PAY SYSTEM. Ou and after MARCH 1ST, 1874, All accounts will be due at the end ol each mouth. One week will be given for you to o i y 4tot'e an 1 settle. If not paid in that time, your accounts will be stopped; and if not arranged by the ei)d of Uio month if will be given to au OFFICER FOR COLLECTION. Very few of you have paid me your last year's account, and many owe me for two and three years. You miist come and settle tlihj iijonlh, or yo,u will find your account in ti,e HANDS of AN OFFICER. Feb. 27 tb, 1874. FRAK W. BUSKIRK, JNO. McINTVRE Cashier. Kook-Keeper. JNO. B. CONNEEfiliY, Clerk. CRAWFORD HOUSE Cor. Sixth and Walnut Sts., CINCINNATI, O. FRANK J. OAKES, Proprietor. . nel9-3m JNSQLYliNT NQT4CE. I have thla day suggested to the Clerk of Maury County Court, the insolvency ot 4 he estate of Alexander Siackey. ilec'd, and all persons having clfjlms against said estate, are hereby notified Uflle"the same for pro rata, with the Clerk of Maifl$.JJounty Court, on or before the 1st Monday in January. duly authenticated according to U,w, or- the same will be forever raneii, .. sept4-lt H. . IlA'MW'WD. Adm'r. g A.JfK. OF INSOLENT CLAIMS. Beth Hparkman, Adm,, v. tmth Godwin, et ai. In tLiaaaose. at the .lime term 1K7Jnftlie I unancery court, there was rendered it. He. i cree directing the sale of the a..f.rHrn be longing to the estate of Aaron Vestal, deo'd, Monday the 19th day of October, ftiV4, sell at the Court bouse door in tpe town of Colum , hla, to the htebesjl and beat bidder for cash, the -said insolvencies. A list of the same can be seen in this office. Hep. 4th. 1874. I). B. COOPER, C. A M. CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND. Tno S. ft. Armstrong place, at Ash wood By virtue ot a decree of the Chancery CiiUi t at Columbia, Tennessee, at, its June term, 874, in the case of C tfostor Williams vs. Mftse G. Armstrong, et. al., I will proceed to itell. on Monday, the lth day ol Octolier, ion, oi puuuo ouicry, at ine louri-nouse door, in Columbia, to the highest and best bidder, the following real estate, to-wlt, be ing a tract or parcelof land, situated in the 10th civil district of Maury county Tennessee and bounded on the north by l.ucluS J rier. son, W. p. AimbUonu an3 Anthouy Ghol son, estst byj. B. Pillow, south by the Colum bia an Mt, Pleasant pike, and west by Mrs. 8, J. Polk and J. J. btepbenson, and con taining about 85 acres. Said land will be sold In lots and then as an entirety; the greatest price being the sale. The remain der interest In the dower will also be sold. Hale free from the equity of rpdempUoa. Plat and survey exhibited on day of sale.' '' Tkrms: Cretiii of oi.e-and;'tWo years, ex cept the sum of five hundred,' dollars, trf b ptwii m-cHsn; noics witn. two. Ktua eiurHle and, bearing interest; trout May of sale re quired ot uuruhaiaiF, and lien retained, tft tenure payment. sepW-it D. B. COOPER, O. A M. F OR SALE. Cottaee and tvr tcn of In ml near Whlta Sprirg. improvements good. Title Indis putable. 'For Information, enouire at ' at this office or of Mrs. M. E. Cullen, on the premises. aug 11, 3m. Choice ( FowlcSi Urahinas, Cochins, Leghorn. Ilondaus, . ",uurKh to per pair, ft) per trio, sent, C. O. 1. if desired. I will send onec lmeii pair on receiptor half price, 83. Bend for descriptive circular. Address . , , 1K. C. LEWIS, autt.4-61 MarlK.ro, HUuk co, O. 28 D. A. DTJGGAR. E. H. GREEN Bakery & Confectionery! DUGGAR AND GREEN It .SOUTH WKST tOu.XKB I'L BLIC M(IABK, COLUMBIA, TENN, Keep constantly on band FRESH BREAD iBuzrsrs. nusic. And all kinds of Plain. and Fancy CANDIES! -WHOLESALE and RBTAIL FAMILY i.KOCUIUESn Caunod Fruits aud Vegetables, Pickles, Jel lies, Preserves, Catsups, Sauces, Syrup, etc., etc, ORDERS FOR WKDDIM, PARTIES MDi PICNICS, Promptly filled in the VERY BEST STYLE. Nor. 6. 1873. tf. OLD RELIABLE INSURAHCE COMPANIES- North British aad Mercantile, $10,000,000 North America, SO yesn Old, 3,300,000 Phenix, of Brooklyn, 2,000,000 American Central, , 2,300,000 $16,600,000 These IVimiutnies have boon well trlud. and never found wauling. JAMES A. BAILEY, at EDSALL A McE WEN'S fIIIANCKRY SALK KJ OK HOUSE AND LOTS. Ky virtue of a decree ot the Chancery :urt at Columbia, Teun.. rendered at lis December term 1.S73, and rt-vlved 8t the line term IS1, in the cause of Jumen Nevlls W. 11. CunniriKliam. I will sell to the tilt;iicst tilddcr at U10 Court house door In lie lown or Columbia, on Monilav the ltH.li lay ol October, 174, a house and two lots. lescribed anil boundtnl as follows:' The first bcKimiiUK in the centre of Knob creek ienr a small culvert in the Santa r e pike u irouioi me resiuence 01 ki. i'artee. run- iiii)j norm m, west vji ctiaina turougn ill re and ait sycamore tree, with J. W, iiomits-11 ue to a siaae in aaiu line. 1 11 nice south 1 5' 815 chaius to tlie centre ot Knob eek, thence northeast it 3 chains with t he ucHiidcrs of the centre of the creek to the beiflnuiiiK and containiiiK 2 acraa 2 roods ill 5)-lu0 perches. The second lot benloniun at suiae in tne centre 01 Jvnot) creek near the smallest cul vert in front ot the dwelling-ol said Cunningham, thence north tt- west 10-til chain to a cherry tree In W. C Sellers' line, thence north 1 3.fl chain to the centre of the creik near a large syca more tree, thence down the centre of the reek with its liicamliiin to the, iH-clnnlrnr. containing 4 acres 2 roods und 2. 26-lu perch- .... ki.l ..Hi 1.. ).J 1. on. fniw i-w win uttuiui.irmi , Soit.l 171. 1). ii CUOl'Kit.C. 4 M. nilAVdMlY R A T.V. VJ . OF REAL ESTATE. oh n H. West, et al, vs James.!. West, et al. Iu this cause, at tlie June term 1H71. of the Maury Chancery Court, I Here was rendered decree directing the sale of certain real state, iiciitiiii-d and described In the le.-uliiiirs In smd cause. Said real estate is bounded as follows: On the tmrt.li by the anils of W. C. West, and David It. lxirteh. u tlie south by the lands of Kdmond Coop r's heirs, on the west by the lands of Elli-.u- elli Dowcllaud on the east by the lands of t. j. nenars anu liooeri r osier, Miiuatwi in he 2oth civil district of Maury county. enn., containing about 203 acres, and la-lng he real estate of which Martha J. West, ih: d. sel.ed and possessed, aud in pursu ance of said decree 1 will proceed to sell Id land on Monday the l!th day of Octo ber, 1M7I, at public outcry at the Court onse uoor In the town of Columbia, to tlie hfhest and best bidder, on a credit of one and two years, except three hundred dol lars to oe pain in chsii. rnoies Hearing lu lerest. from datoa.id with approved security required of the purchaser, and Hen retained Ar. Said lauds will be sold 111 lots or as a whole aa may seem best on tav of sale. Pint and survey will be exhibited on dsv of sale, D. U. O MJPElt, C. 4 M. Sept. ilh, 1H74. CHANCERY SALE OP VALUABLK PROPERTY. By virtue of a dacree of the Maurv Chancery Court, rendered at its June terra 1874, in the ciid.ie of R. E. Stewart et al vs. J. II, Jawiunn etal., I will soil at publio putory oa th I'Jtb day of October, IH74, ut the Court house door in the to vn of Columbia, to th uighsxt and best bidder, the following real estate, to-witt One lot or pareel of Und lying and beinr in the town of Columbia, Tenn., and bounded on the north by Mechanic street, on the nut by Houth Main street, south by James Hodge's lot, and on the west by James II. Jamison's lot. anil being the same upon which E. W. Gamble has a grocer; store. Also at the same time ana iilooe an unimproved lot, lying and being in afiid town, county and fitate. and bounded on the north by Jos, N. Walker, east by Amelia Wilkes, south k. K. H and on the West by SoutJ Alain street. Being the interest of John V. Jamison, deo'd. In bis fathers the late Isaan M. Junlmn mi.ti Suid liroperty will be s-ld on a credit of one and two yesr. except the snm of IZ'0 in eash. Notes with approved security required of the purchasers, said notes bearing interest from day of hhIo. Lion retained to secure payment of purchase monev. Sale free from lh of redemption. 0. ii. COOPfcUi, C.4M. Sept. 4th, 1874. pi.HANCUtY SALE OF LAND. By virtue of a docrea of the Chaimerv Court aii niumom, rrn.iere l at its Jane term, 1K74, in th cause of Thomas J. Dorsett vs. Samuel J. Dorsett ot al. I will uroceed to sell at nnhlin outcry at tho Court house door in the town of Columbia, Tenn., on Monday the Itith day if octcDer, n, to me niKuesi and Det biddar, the following real estate, to-witi Qoiatr a tractor parcel of land, of una handrail and fif teen acres 3 roods aud l.'l iioies. Using anil ly ing in th 14th civl Uistriot of Maury eounty, Tent)., anil belong-in to the ,Uu of the lata Mm. Janet- (IreaofieU, and adjoining the lands ol Puol'ii beim, and of James Koi.imon anil oiUoi-- Said land will be sold frea from tlie equity of redemption. Tusks: Credit of one auiriw., enrs. exoepi me sa-fl ot t wo hun dred and fifty dollars to be paid in cash. Notes bearing interest from day of sale, ap eroyed security reimired and a lier, talned. Calls of said land will ba fnrclsMed on appli cation at this oHtoe. Ii, H. COUPEH, CAM. Sept. 1th, lyi, nUANCKRYSALE V- OF REAL EST AT K. I'.r virtue of a doeree of tla Manrv Channer Court, rendered a,t iu June term, 1474, in til cauae of JiXu M. t'lark vs. James Brisby, I wiil urooeed so sell on Monday tha l'h day of October, 1874. at public outcry at the Court house door in the town of Colombia, to. tne highest an 1 bent bidder, thefcilowln real estate, to-wit : Being- a tun.t or pareel of land of about one h und rl and tweniy-flva acres, lying in thefclh civil district of Maury county, 1 ejiaaskee, and bouodel on the north by tho lands of .Complainant, John M. Clark and James Warden, on the south by John Toombs and A, C. Thompson A Bro, on ths east by tha lands of John Wells, on tha west by W. J. Martin. Said land will be fold on a credit of ona and two years, exoept tha sum of two hundred dollars to be paid in c&h. Notes with approved security and aaarinv Interest trom day of sale wi',1 be required of tb pur chaser. Lien, retained to secure payment of purhake money. Hula frea from tha equity of fedeiupti.in. D. B. COOPiK, C. M. bept. 4tb, 1874. pUANCEKY SALE OF ItEAL ESTATE. By virtue of a decree of tV Ckanoery Court ;Siun!bl!l renderaiatb Juneuria thr pf. 1S74, snOiecaas of A. .M.Harrison stal v. bvoU btet.hens, I will proeaed to sell on Mon uav October lath, 174, Ihe real estate mention ed in the pleadings in said cause, to-wit; ba ms lots 101 and loi in the plan ofth town of Columbia, and occupied by the li-'.a aVtakiel lloan as a grocery, and being tu saui oon veyed by James llodne VV, v. Davis and Hcott Mtephens, and reicrenc Is made to said deed ol'aalJ. iioiie.'reiji.rdod in Legator's of fit of Maury county, Booli P., Vol. i, pas vl., Tb skid lots will a sold suhleot to the dower interest of Mrs. hoan in tb on balf thereof. . mad within lecal hour at the Ctmrt Mouse door in the town of Columbia, at puhll oatory to tb highest and bert bidder, bold free from the rich! or equity of redemp tion, xkkms! credit of six and twelve months. Motes with approved, teeurUy and bearing interest from da; of alo reuuired and lien retained. Sep. 4, 1874. UB.CO0FER.C.AM. M IAa notice. I would resnnctrnll v nntir.ik. nnKii ii, UritltZ low Water I Will ! orei.nra.l' 1...1.. reek'"8 by te'a at mynn Caxter'a AprU 1!U, IB74 - tf4 j. M. UUSTEIl. Stem Mil ; HAMPSHIRE PIKE, Near Colutiibia. : : JnTliW IMl'IlOillEATS -:o:- IV4? '' .' '"V M H Cash Paid For Wheat and Corn ! Custom Grinding1 SOLICITED. . SIIACKLETF & CO. I'lllTMy. CASH FOR WHEAT. Columbia l)ciot WK WOUM) INI-nitM 1 UK l-WKMKKH that wo have ut coiiMilerulite onllsy of money, put !uliiiin'iiii ma u liiM.-t'lN Flouring and Grist Mill. With new and improved in i-lilnerj-, imr Ing the l.aritesl itoliliiir I'ltcilKif mid moNt liiiirovi-i Ho.) 1 . ii .iv- M I ran I nit Mnclilm-r.r to Ih- found In any mill in litis section of Hit- S un ii; mid hav ing secured ns In 11I mill. 1 Mr. .. J. Knhn, from the celebi nl'-l I tnviil Mills, ol Ilieh niond, V11., unci lit hh.. M ills, ol Auitusla "la., are now ir''m-.l 1 . ,.. ;i th t in, slniMs, guaraiit"eitn lull i-t 111114 lor all who niiiv fuvor us wi! h their pnl Milium-. Wedoall custom nil ml mi; when It Ik wanted for Itn lo.nl Int.. I 1 in II y coohiiuipl Ion, hiitciiinol mloid . uiiie I ir iociilMirsj when wo have whi utol our own lo m ind. K.C.UAN1-, i:. klllN, Agent. Julyl7tl.) Trent. G OVKUXMKNT CLAIMS. Thetlmo 1ia not he. clslms before I'm Commission, 1 i 1 1 are still nvnlltih!.-. n oxt--ii.li-! f-r filing; !-V'll del l 'till III otlur i -purl men 14 lV.-i.-Mm having such claims will ! well to ni them ns si miii hm poxMl.l... All who fuvor me Willi lllelr I'Usllii- ., will (ill. I It ill Uii.IimI t with fidelity and itispati-ii. iiilici under the ileiiild and Mini. Julys, 171.-. iin. J.U WIlMlN. CUANCKRV SAM. ' OK VAIJ'AItl.K !VNI. By virtue of a doorce of tlm ( Unrarr Coert rendered at i W.I urn- term, I'.TI, iu Ihe rn of W. 11. Kci-riMt v. T. M. ,ovd nl al. I will, on Monday the I'.Mh .l .y i.f (ii tnlier, IK7I, el at puhlio outcry, thu Court lnniii dour in the biwn ol Columbia, 1 ithn 1 1 1 h -1 and het bidder, a tract or pun-el ol I i:..l ..I ttl.nut nina-Utt-o anil one hall ai-r-x. . nituatml in the) Zrth civil dirlrie-t ol Al iiiry county, Tnn.r and being Ihi) miiio l in. iiuj.l l.y tho said T. M. Boyd from 'r.ri II ir li and upon which) the S4I.1 lioyd re i led at Hiu limn of the filing nfthe oriitionil lull in linn 'miio-.tiinuarv. 171. Ssid land Will l.o miM on u credit of aix and twelve months, except the su.ii ol tore hundred dollars to bo pni i in rah Note with approved nu.-t.ilty uu l .inuring Interest from day of sijn will b.) rc'iuiru l of tlm pur rhaaers. Slo free (rum tlio t-.iiily of redemp tion. Lien ruluiuud tn si-cure p ivtiinnt of par chase money. i. U. C 'Ui'l.lt, C. A M. A.. J A.iRR Funeral Undertaker A.NI1 UK.W.Uu is ALL KINDS OF COFFINS, M'lu IAL CASKS and CASKETS. VII.L attend lo nil cull, either day ,r I..- 1 1. . It ntglit, Willi l-'irit-t -i-, uorses ami careful ih I veri. ' Or KICK- let wee n (.u. M Hoiikh nnd liii' casei SatishicUoii Miiutiiitccd In all 1 have recently Imd mn... n Iiuii,koi.. and Convenient liii-nluire wiu-i. ii. in m .,re. parcdnt all limes to move luriilUirw, i.liin.m. etc., without Injury. ' July 21, 18,,. A. HA UU. JTALIAN UEtS. I ofjor for Sftlo Itillinn Hees, Onrens nmt full stock ltiill.n' in .N. AiH.iripi.ti M..v . "i.07,.', Vsrr.,r,i,-,l ,,r. for I J i - "iV-.T" wun, 'ro mrnetml n- , . Vrm,; rure li.. 1 miey. II. rU. ' ur orucri. c. t:. VAI UIIN. Biarcai-i-ciu. Col mn In, iunn. jyjEDICAL CAUfi. I have tMaday ummh-IhIi .1 u 1 1 ) me (, practlc. or ni.-.l ii-t in-, I,,, K..l,i it I'll low who will ooiisi ant ly be loinnl nl my i.ftlrv when not prori-Mioiuili v nlm-nt. i , w ,., nilcntly reo.nnin n,i loin to tint tavorablw oouslderal Ion of tlie r iniiiiliy as a ol lia inati eminently qiinliil.,,1 t., . .-lltruj ilj duties of his piol.-u.iou, April J.,sj.u. A.I..MLLO-. "M"otice 10 cj:i;di I'oltS LI; . ,, , I" CLAIMS, Ac. 1L A- McKay et al v. W . W. .Miller et al. At the June term. VTl, ,.f the Chanrerr Cenrtat Columbia. iVis;,., in the hImito mum, there was rendered ' ili-.-ron .1 ni'.'linx tarn creditors of W. VV. Miller to 'lila tlimr Uiiu with the Clerk and .Mmr and mak them-. selves parlies to this caue" ua ur by itulv anf iB iovenbcr next. bpt- 4tb. 1S7L U. Ii. COul'LK. C. A M. VIA TIIK LONE STAR ROUTE (International ami (lm,i Noitheru It.lt.) IWmjiem koIiik U.Tcxim via Mi ni, ,1,1a. and LI MIh ltM k,or via SlireveiHTt. sink, this Hue at l.nnvlew. Ihe best roul to fal estlue. ileal ne, Vv'iu-o, Ausiiii, llunUvllW HousUin, Wi.lveslon und nil .liiis in West ern, Oiiiriil, l-;ui.teiii suit l-toiilherit Texas I'asMeiiK.-ra vim New i H I. un wu riiid'lf. the la-st route to Tyler, Mlneoli., IiHa OverUin, Cro. kett, Iu.kvi,.w and all iK.iuui In Eastern aud North. -in Texas. This line Is well bio'-., t iioroin-hly cool p. M"I with every motii iu I iii.i-.Vi-iii.(lt lu clndlnic New and l.l.unt Hay iw,-,,. I'ullmau lV.lae Hle..U C;.l. Westlngr hoilHt) Air lirakers. Miller 'a lineiit ISaej y Platlorina ami Cnuplers aud nowhere - can the pa- im, r ho i-oii.inu.y iI.-ih ihI on aieedy, sate hii.I comfoi i.ii.l,. ),,Ui ,... The LON K JS1'. H itul l K low a.lmliaWv sniiwered tin' ...i.-i j ; .-iioi Wi i! lo lMrv by the pi'.UlcHliori nl mi luU relUi mh tritthfiU orx umeiit. coiiiMinliiir a valuanlw and correct iumo.u iileii ei.n I... ..i.o.i ...i . 'i t iinrK" y aanireMiiiK m ET Aij KNi , Intel tun ion ii I I lie l. i.i rsl TICK- nid Un-atNortli-v ern lUniruo-l, llountou, lli.lrl,-l I.' 1 'iexu.- 'u:-iv feti'VTs JON-lltLSIDEN't NOTlft. Uavid Tldwcl!. ool. i ,i ...... -T-t: . NX 1 lll.l -l I...... T Mauvco..,n;LJ''1r J""" ' .wi f, r the Zf , f,l'","."'"", ""idavltt.f tne pmintifr, ii.ivi.i i i i. u. t,i. iu tn- sollmtt.ii.oi,,,,..o- ., .o..s,. law c..ui.a tY1' .T'',"1 "1 "rdere, II I pulilieurioM U- iii.ii .. In the r- j-.-ui.i . uaillii J,l, Jen. I., IW. e,,uiri. l,y iiwln miol, ours, r. . inline; si, i fioriui Clieatlijo Ji., lo iifv...-ir Ix-rore tine nt nv ofI in the town ol CuileokS) iiml st,ue r Tenuiwe, on the ;i,Ui ihsy t,t f-item l,r 1'4, and deleml - tlio suit liriuiflit ngHlnu liltu by the plsiulill. oilierwlr-e tlie uillu Will be priH-enled Uill '.--I .,,i ei. .nc Augoot au. IWi. J AH. X. II L r t !