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1 . I - I . . , I Tn r Herald: Frldaj January 23, 1891. 1 li 1 , IX I K I tT I M i lo r. dead. Kalakua, ruler of Hawaii, in : Mb. Wjl Litterek ha been nomi nated by the democratic convention for rvnr of Nashville, and will be elected ou Feb. 10th. Mkssih. Harrison and Blaine have earned the title of Tiddeldy Wink'statesmen by the agility witb which thev have iumed around ou tha Bihring Sea question. Geo. Bancroft, the historian, who was Secretary of tb Navy during the Polk administration, when he estah lidhed the Naval Academy at Annap olis, died Saturday afternoon in hia ninety-first year. Gov. Buchanan has apiointed Capt. H. II. Norman, of Rutherford County, Adjutant General and Pri vate Secretary. They were war com rades and have ever since been de voted friends. THI3 administration will go down to poiterity as the o e that got away with the largest surplus the country ever had in less thau two years after itmmi.nto oower: it will also le known as ths murderer of the repub licau party, as a national organiza tion. Public opinion has at last com pelled the republicans of the House of Representatives, or at least enough of them added to the solid democrat ic vote to make a majority, to agree to have the ugly charges of Congress men having speculated in silver in vestigated by a select committee of the House, and by the thoughtlulness of Representative R gers, of Arkan sas, an amendment was added to the resolution authorizing the committee to ascertain who are the owners of the $12,000,000 worth of silver that the n.i.Tornmoiit. in askud to purchase in the bill now pending. . If this com mittee does its work properly an end will be pat to the rum rs that have long been prevalent. Will the com mittee do its work properly? That's the queeUon. A sensational and deplorable tragedy occurred In Chattanooga last Sunday. Judge Warder shot and killed his son-in-law, S. M. Fugette, aud was himself dangerously wound ed. In the fusillade Mrs. ugene, Judge Warder's daughter, was also wounded. The tragedy wa the re sult of a crazy drunk upon the part of Warder. Mr. Fugette was the Cash ier of a Chattanooga Bank, and all the parties .were prominent people. most record The Senatorial elections so lar are panuiugjout beautifully. This week Mr. Vest i3 returned by Missouri, Mr. Voorhies bv Indiana, Mr. Jones by Arkansas, and D-tvid Bennett Hill of New York is given the Senatorial toa of sour old Evarts. Iretthegood work 30 on. The Force bill and theclotuie reso lution, and the gag law, aud all those kinds of things are before the Senate, aud the Democrats are talking them to death; aud without some high handed ruling by the Vice-President. thev will talk until the 4th of March S line h ,v or some how elss, they will prevent the Force bill from ever becoming a law. Judge J. J. Williams, of Win Chester, died hist Wednesday. Ilt was an able lawyer aud prominent politician, aiid his death will be very much regretted by friends all ovei the State. He was born and reare i i this couuty, but moved to Ceutre ville, Hickman county, before tin war, where he practiced law. At the breaking out of the war he enlisted aud was Major of the 27th Tennesse Infantry. He was afterwards on tha military start of Gov. Harris. Auejits wauled in every district in the county to canvas for the Co LUMiUA Herald. Young ladies who will work their districts ener getically and thoroughly preferred. Liiberal commissions paid for sub- Knrlbers. and also for renewals. For further particulars inquire at tin IlEBALp office. The agents we al ready have are making from fl to $: per day. This is a splendid oppor tunity for any one who has the timt- to give to it. That's a cool proposition on the nirh-nf the republican Senators, ask- in the ITnite l States to guarantee t.i... lament of Jtl00.000.000 of the - .7 - ' t the Nicaragua ship canal company. If there are any good rea sons for this Gvernmeut building the canal, let them be put forward. ntahle let us build it and fiwn it but for the Government tc furnish the money to build it with out owning it is too absurd a propor tion to bo seriously discusl. There will propably be a bill be fore the General Assembly the ob iAt f which will be to put the clerks of the various courts on a salary, and the fees arising from the office to be regarded as so much State and count revenue aud to be paid over accora ingly. If Attorney Generals wen- included iu this bill, no measure could be passed that would make a nraotor auvin&r to the people, in O - - nearly every district in the htate m court clerks and Attorney Generals make more than the Judges, and yet the Judges are nearly always men of more ability, more experience, ana men whose talents are of more wortn than either the clerks or Atty. Gener als. In other words the state can and does employ better men for less money than it pays its cierRs ami Attorney Generals. The most ex- perieuce 1 Judges on the bench and the most experienced members of the bar, are almost uuanimous in the opinion that half the bills found foi minor offenses would have tne same moral force as the number now found. They are further of the opinion that half these bills would not be found, if the Attorney General worked on a stated salary. For instance a gang of negroes are caught shooting craps. Two or three bills are returned ipainst each one of them, when out bill would do as well. Iu this way tne Attorney General and the clerke get two or tl ree times as much cost is they ought to, the aegroes go t. jaTl and the jailer gets two or three times as mny boarders as ne oug to have, and the tax payers of the ounty foot the bill. Iu this wh .ens or thousands of dollars ol th leople's money is wafted every year Our representatives could not bi letter employed than in passing a bill fixing the salaries of these officer and cutting dowu jail fees. But whei die measure is formally presented the lobby at the Capitol win m crowded with Attorney Generals aw' Clerks and Jailors from all over tlw State, fighting it to the bitter end like they were fighting for their lives; aud they aud their friends will doubt ess defeat it, as they have alway- lone heretofore. But for their in- luence ic would have been passed long ago, and the people of the State would have saved a million dollars in the meantime. nirre lnindltt of papers tor Godwin invBteriously disappeared last week We have positive proof that they were taken from this office to the Co lumbia post office, early Friday moru iug. What became of them after thbt. others must answer, we have no means of knowing. It seems strange that uncle am cannot safely convey I. on. 11a nf na-lPTS frOIll Columbia to C WlUVaSV " ( f Godwin, about throe miles. We regret the disappointment it gives our sub u.n.apfi inil would nreveut it if we .ni.l. The papers reached Godwin Tuesday morning. The Tennessee Legislature has de termined not to appropriate any sum to the World's i-'air exhibit, until the Force bill is finally Bhelved. That it all well enough; but Force bill or no Force bill, $250,000 is too much for the State, as a State, to spend on that uucertain way of advertising. Too much of it would go iuto the pockets t ri uat Individuals. Let the coal .r k. ' a vmw - aud the iron and timber, and several industries, advertise themselves, and tua cuts mi?ht supplement the 1,110 UVlvw T - whole with somethiug like $50,000; that would be quite enough. THE opening of permanent head nnartersof the democratic national nmmitiAfl at Washington, which ha beeu determined upon, is a move iu the rizht directum, as it will euable nuriv workers throughout the .nntii tn Vien in constant touch with the party raauagers on all mat ters nertaiuiiiz to natioual politics, rru .io..tairti of t he committee to be- eiu at once the preparatory educatiou al work of the next Presidential cam paign was a wise one, and one tuai will he productive in votes. This ac tivity on the part of the natioual com mittee is highly gratifyiug and augurs ii tr HomnTfttln success. Keep U WCIl IVl V. ' up, gentlemen Russia, Here's Senator Quay, who has let it be l that he was opposed to the Fore bill, has come out iu his . . I Ml rue colors by introducing a mn, .i.ii, Kir nnmnirison makes tne T.-vle II ar bill appear almost just . .,i(anf iu manv iniquities, and Id. if enacted iuto a law. irive Mr. Harrison a power as great as that wielded by the Czr of in that unfortunate country. tract from the most outrageous bill ever introduced in tne Americati n.,nriu and for having introduced u senator li'iay deserves expulsion " When it shall appear to the satisfac tion of the President of the United States that in any locality the pro :a5. nt this law cannot otherwise be executed it shall be his duty aud i, i- herebv empowered to suspend tlu-rn tha writ of habeas corpus and to employ the armed forces of the Uuited stales ir iw cuiuiu.. .... Maw Is that for a Force bill? It ,icrht be crreatly simplified, and sti l ,..eau the same thing by changing it ..,,. Rn - It enacted that the VI ictwi - a merlcan people having become tired nf liberty hereby declare Benjamin HarrlsoD to be Dictator," Our Governors. At the inauguration Monday Gov. Taylor laid down the cares of State in a very felicitous sjeech. Robt. has not been as dignified at all times as he might, and he has been altogether too handy with his pardoning pen, and he kinder straddled Mr. BlairV bill, once upon a time; but takeu all iu all he leaves a record about equal to the most of them. He leaves the State's credit and the State's finances. and its schools and its charitable institutions all in better shape than he found them. A creat mauy hard things were said about him during his first administaation; those he ha auswered successfully as ouly au honest man can by living them town. Aud one thing no man who knows him will doubt; that is, his heart is iu the right place. He leaves his high position with a great many admirers and a great many more friends one of whom we are which and we follow him with our best wishes. Hia temperament, bin ambition aud his eloquence, will com bine to bring him before the public again, and on the stump, before the people, he lias not his equal in Ten nessee ; aud it matters not what he starts for or who he starts against, he will be a "hard colt to curry." Gov. Buchanan is nothing of an orator aud has the good sense not to attempt it. He read his address from manuscript, and it is a very plain, practical, sensible, democratic docu ment. If he ever favored the vis ionary sub-treasury scheme he has already discovered the error of his way, as is plainly demonstrated when he lays down the sound doctrine that the Jeflersonian uon-interferance theory of government is -the wiseut, leaving people to be happy in their own way, without undertaking to do for them what they can better do for themselves." His enemies aud the enemies to the democratic party, who charged he was an enemy to corporations, and hoped for his downfall in that lie would start a war against them, can find little consolation in the sound and conservative views he expresses. Upon the development of the re sources of the state, he says: State policy under my administra tion will welcome all capital aud labor that come to identify them selves with the best interests of the State In the development of its re sources. While the abuse of aggre gated wealth is the curse of the na tion and me (tower oi moueyeu mo nopoly threateus to override the liber ties of the people, yet the proper use of capital is one of the greatest bless ings. Corporations made up of in dividual citizens properly associated under corporate iower reach results in the development of iho State's wealth that individual effort could never accomplish, and should be pro tected in their just rights by the strongest security guaranted by law. But when corporations have grown mighty, and by undue combinations reach out for unjust power, reckless of the oppression of the weak, they should be held iu check by the law's stem command, "thus far shalt thou go and no further. A Spade is a Spadel Much has been said aud more has beeu written about the Force bill and the present situation at Washington, and the dying and almost defun;t old Republican party, and its traitorous, reckless and gra&ping leaders, but Henri 'Watterson, of the Courier Journal, the Prince Rupert or jour nalism, eclipses the effort of all others and haudles the subject after the fol lowing fashiou : The- situation at Washiugton is unique and picturesque, but it is very satisfyiug-io the Democrats. It ought to be so to all good ciiizens. When ever a body of professional politicians falls iuto Hie stale represented by the Rupublicaus in both Houses of Cou gress, the disinterested people, with out regard to political antecedents, ohniiM unite in repudiating leader ship so incompetent and unpatriotic. In the Senate we see a senile malig nant elovated to chiefhood, though wallowing in blatant iguorance and sectional malignity, whilst a melo dramatic sensationalist enlivens the proceedings by baying at the moon ol agrarianism; and nobody to put au extinguisher over the one, or to muz zle the other. In the House we find our poor old Falstaff of last season, unhorsed aud humbled, but still fai aud greasy, lettiug 4,I dare not" be a bully, wait upon "I would," and nowise helped by Mr. Bardolph Lodge, who ought, when he die-, to be Bluffed and set up as a scare-crow rr nil future literarv adventurers in nnhtiAn Not the obscenity of Can non, the Illinois harlequin, nor the rodomontade of Heuden-ou, the Iowa snorter, can help the Speaker out of the ditch he so carefully dug for hini Belf. Whichever way he turns, "He'll be dam'd if he does; He'll be Uaui'd if he don't." and whichever way he retreats, he hits a snag. Iujins of the upper roa , and death but the reader kuows Hit rest. So does the Speaker. So do ikon oil urtrl nreHetltlV. 11 Will every rat to his hole, aud each rat roi himself, the devil, as usual, to get the hindmost. There was a New Jersey faim-i hired an ex-Irish sailor for a pio man. He was put in command ol a spike-team, consisting of two oxeu aud a Utile mule they called "J inuy, ' in the lead. Of course Pat kue uothing about plowiug. Toward tin middle of the afteruoon he came run ning to the farm-house and caiiiiig out "An an! master! Come right ou iuto in field! Shure the divii's 10 pay ! The lairboard ox is on the stair board side, an' Jinny's' afoul o' the riggin ,' an' they're all drifiin' to damnation as fast as they cau go." That is exactly the present nx oi iue Republicans at Whshiugtou. 'When thieves fall out," says tit adage, and echo answers, "Look Quay ; look at Hoar ; look at lugalh-; aud look over iuto the House at Tom, Tom, the piper's son, who didn't even get away with his pig." The vener able statesman from Vermont may rub that red nose of his. It will do no good. Whom t lie Gods mean to destroy, whisky will not save. - The time has come round again for calling a spade a spade. The grand oid party is bet ween hell aud the iron works. There is no other simile that fits its case. The narrow slip of ter ritory supposed to lie between the devil and the deep sea is au oasis iu the desert in comparison with the rocky promontory that juts out into the waves of flame which surge upou the McKinley rolling mill ou one side and aeeth aud hiss amid the internal dentlis of the Force Bill ou the other side. The gentle showers of Recipro- descend 10 Biaae me Hemic Self-Sacriflce to Sare Auoth er's Life. r-nrrAfio. Jan. IS. One of the unique surgical operations was porfonned in tuis city io-uy, 100 Kuights Templar gave to the world a notable example oi iraierun iu.d heroic self-sacrinee, made in order that a sick brother might be restored to health. These knights each suffered the loss of a piece of cuticle, which was transferred to Sir Knight John Dicker son. The cancer which had attacked his thigh was moved some time ago, bat so deep and wide an Incision bad to be th AarH that nature was un- orrioi tn thn task of healing over the ...n.r.ri Thfl experiment was .n.rt An err a fr.inir tha skin oi some oi the lower animals, but it tailed. The surgeon in charge announced to Li-Athren that it uu- man skin could be obtained it would in all probability save the -patient s life hi. finmnlntA recovery. 1 ne question was, where to obtain suthcient skin to cover 144 square inches of sur- .. Tha mal tJir WRS OrOaeilOU III coininandery aud to a man the kiiights offered to submit themselves to the necessary operation. Those selected by the surgeons have had to go through a sort of training, be ing dieted, etc., for several days past. They were particularly admonished to refrain from any alcoholic stimulant. This morning each man took a bath and then repaired to the Emergency Hospital, wheie the operation was per formed. One hundred knights had each a small strip of skin removed from the arm or leg to be transplanted to Dicker son's hip , . ' While the surgeons and others who were present retuseto wmauuu iuD details of the operation, it has been learned that nearly all the knights wei t through it without flinching, live or six fainted when their cuticle was be ing removed, but were quickly resusci tated. The surgeons worked hard tor three hours and were themselves pretty well tired out when through. While they will make no positive statement as to the result of the opera tion, it is evidently their opinion that it will be entirely successtul. Hie kniu-lits who ottered themselves up to the surgeons' knives will experience but little inconvenience from the slight wounds inflicted upon thoin. WORLD'S FAIR ESTIMATfco..- The Great Amount or Dlanvy jecrj i Han the Commission One ear. Washtngton Jan. 20. The estimates fnr the world's fair commission for the fc:y.iil vt'iiT entiii'jr June 30. 18i2, sub mitted to congress, contain somo inter esting items. The official salaries amount to $15,000, divided as follows : President ifii.uw, chairman executive committes $S.OC0 secretary $10,fx0, director, general f lo,- 000. - , . The salaries for employes foot up 22,920, as follows: Employes in presi dent's ofiice, f UCO; in secret aiy's effice, including two assistants at J,0iK) each, $12,000; in director general's office, $9, 120; expenses of two meetings of the cinmission, September, '91, and April, 92, $3,000; stationary, etc., $3,000; salaries of officers' clerks, etc., $70,000; frvm-mitt.p moetinars. 10.000. "While these fisrures will irobably pro voke some criticism, they are nothing in proportion compared with the estimated expenses of the loard of lady managers, which are a3 follows: One annual meet in c board of lady managers, $15,000; turn mtHTi"a PTPcativa committee, $1,- 000; sub-committee meetings, $12,000; salaries. $10,000; stationary, etc., G,000; extras, $3,000; total, $50,yW- fIVE MEN SHOT. MILES TACT Desires to End the Indian Trouble Without Bloodshed. A Consultation of Commanders to Map Out Future Plans THE BALTIC SEA FB0ZEN OVER. X Wati-r Visible from the Top of the Lisht-honse. London, Jan. 20. A dispatch from Kiel says that the Baltic sea, so far as it can be seen from Buelk lighthouse, is covered with ice. The channel separat ing the island of Fehmarn from the Holstein shore is frozen over. The Lake of Constance is so covered with ice that navigation npon it has been suspended. At Geneva the cold has been so great that thick ice extends for two hundred yards beyond the quays into the lake. Nearly all the roads and railroads throughout Austria are more or less blocked with snow, causing considerable delay in r.assenger and freight traffic everywhere. The mails are also much dlnve.1. In addition, a number of Two Masked Men Commit a Terrible Crime In a Montana Town. Missoula, Mont., Jan. 20. Sheriff Houston has received word that five men were shot by two masl.ed men at Mc Carthy ville, a town on the Great North ern road, 125 miles northeast of Flathead lake. Detal'.s of the Traffetly. TTfM.ri. Mont.. Jan. 20. Details of the shootinac of two men at McCarthys ville on Sunday night are as follows: TTivA men were eamV.lin:? in a tent covn 111 ilf e:ist of McC'aithvsville, in the Flathead countv. iitr the line of the Great isorthern railroad on Sunday. Thev had !r700 among tliem. onuuemy two inaskel men appeared in the tent and commanded the gambles to throw up their hands which they refused to do, r,a thn robbers fired, killing two out right and badly wounding the three otVio-rj The nh1ers escm ed with the "v"' " . . ..- , v...: ;i money, ine snerin ionoweu men n" forty-five miles, but then names have been learned, killed were prcspect-jrs. lost it.. No The men T U ESDAY IN CO N G R ESS. Senate. Washington. Jan. 30. The senate committee on finance Tuesday agreed to rro-t fjivorablv the nominations of William A. Russel. of Masrachuset'.s, Win T.mbeft Tres. of 11 L ois, and Nathaniel P. Hill, of Color.uio, to be delegates to the international nionetary amen. Hnu The house went through a stormy Mr. Mills of Texas charged tue speaker with intentionally ractkmg a fraud upon the house m ret using to rec- was not a man of honor, inesest-uu-mcnts mot with denunciation and bitses eitv will not descend to hn ruins' thirst of the faithful. Avery deluge of free silver will not suffice io the uepar:ment of pay them out. For there stands t'..e Whoie coi little gentleman, wno si aggers u neath the load of his grandfather's hat. a veritable Lilliputian Pluto, stirring up the fires of death witli a veto, which is just long enough to Je terrible to his imps, and not long enough to reach anybody else. It if the Republican dies irae. The day of wrath has come; the day of doom is just ahead. The old thing is going to pieces. Whilst it lived, it lived iu clover. Let us hope its death will be painless, as we sing: "Mary had a little lamb, Jiut where is Mary now?" The Solons at Work. Not much business has been trans acted in the Legislature this week. Hoth houses adjourned last Friday un til last Monday, to give the committees opportunity to prepare for the inaugural ceremonies, aou m uuujr wa uevmeu to these ceremonies. The retiring speech of frov. Taylor and the incoming address .ifOov. Buchanan, were said iu the House chamber, which was decor ated for the occasion. The oath of ofilce was administered to the new Governor by Chief Justice Peter Turney, and Gov. Buchanan at once entered upon the duties of the office. A bill was introduced by Mr. Clear "to appropriate 1250,000 with which Toi -nessee shall display her resources at the World's Fair in 18J3, and another bill for the appropriation of 35,000 for the benefit of the Confederate Soldiers Home at the Hermitage, is ou its second reading. Tuesday's Proceedings SENATE. The following new bill was intro duced. Mr. Neil A bill to be entitled an act to amend section 1, chapter 242, acts of 1X83, being section 2132 Milliken and Vertress' Code, to provide lor the reliel of soldiers from Tennessee in the army of the Confederate States who lost their eves while engaged in battle; also for ederal soldiers Iroui Teiinewsee not al " The law-makers of the Btate and nation should check their defiant and aggressive steps upou the rights of the people. Upou the development of the re sources of the State and upon the uuinterruped action of the law of supply and demand in the distribu tion of its products depend the ma terial prosperity of the State. Upon the material prosperity dejeuds the welfare of the masses cf its people, not only financially, but intellectually and morally. Upon this depends the extension and further development of our educational system. It is the State's policy to foster with care this well-laid system until the land shall be dotted over with houses of learn ing aud knowledge may be the in heritance of every child, in propor tion as illiteracy ceases crime will cease, and the blessings of a reading, thinking, Intelligent people will loi low." ready provided for. The object of this bill is to entitle all Tennessee soldiers of the late war who lost one eye or one leg or one arm while engaged in Dattie in the war between the States to a pen sion of 410 per month, begining Jan. 1, HOUSE After the introduction of new bills. the House took up bills on third read me. A bill to enlarge the homestead and real exemption by giving a homestead in an undivided interest was recom mended for rejection, and the report of the committee was concurred in by vote of 58 to 21. The resolution requesting members of Congress Jrom Tennessee to vote to have United States Senators elected toy the people was referred to the Judiciary Committee. By Mr. Avery Declaring it a misde meanor for tenant or sub-tenant to dis pose of crops or any part ol crops until the rent is paid. By Mr. Avery To create a new Jud'" Ciai Circuit, IO uo kiiowu as tue uigw teenth Judicial Circuit. By Mr. Cochran Authorizing Justi ces of the Peace to take acknowledg ments for all Instruments for regis tration. ByMr. Rains To make the moving, carrying or hauling of seed cotton be tween the hours of sunrise and sunset a misdemeanor and punish the same. By Mr. Brown Making it a felony to bribe or attempt to bribe an elector, or for an elector to receive a bribe, and punishing such otlence. Wednesday's Session. Among the new bills introduced were measures providing for the abolition of taxes on marriage licences, tha preven tion of cigarette selling to minors, the establishment of a bureau of labor sta tistics, and the payment of court clerks in'salaries of 2,000 each instead of fee. THE LOIK1K, OR "FORC" BILL. Senator McCorkle ottered the follow ing Senate joint resolution: "Whereas we deem the introduction an t prosecution of the election law, or Vorce bill," by the Federal Congress as a declaration of war on. the social and fi lancial interests of the South; there fore, be it "Kesolved, that we postpone action on th bill to appropriate $250,000 to make an exhibit of Tennessee resources at the Columbia Kx position to be held at Chicago until the final disposal of the sal I force or Lodge bill." Under a suspension of the rules the resolution was taken up for immediate consideration and passed. The resolu tion was directed to be transmitted im mediately to the House. This same resolution was Introduced and pasted in the Heuae, oTirl are likelv to lemain so tor some time to come. These towns are suffer ing from their inability to renew their stocks of coal and provisions, which are In many cases exhausted. At Gratz there was an extraordinary example of the extremely cold weather nw.vftilin,r. Wliile the frozen boiler tubes of a locomotive were being thawed Ly burning torches beneath them the wheels of the locomotive froze fast to the rails, and hours passed before the locomotive was moved from the spot. The severity of the weather recently experienced in Great Britain is increas ing. There is much suffering among the poorer elates, and from various sections of the country come accounts of many cattle, in several instances human be ings, frozen to death. Several trades are at a standstill, owing to the cold weather. A lady was found frozen to death in a railroad carriage at one of the stations in this city. Dispatches from all parts of France, telling of great inconvenience and suf fering caused by the intense cold weather, a- continually being received here. The harbors of Tonlon and Ijisfivne are frozen' over for the first time on record. The olive crop m the Gard is fast being ruined. Whole communes in the neigh borhood of Perpignan, in the Pyrenees, are cut off from communication with the rest of the world, and wayf; rsrs in tho.e districts, who had set out for mountain villages, have been found frozen to death. v The Algiers mail steamer arrived at Port Vendres, on the Mediterranean sea, Monday, covered from stem to stern with ice and snow, like a ship in the Arctic regions. A dispatch from Saragosa, in Spain, reports that the mercury there is at 14 Fahrenheit, and that snow is falling. The Seine and its confluence with the Oise is jammed with pack ice ten feet high. At Nimes wine has frozen in the cel lars. The Loire at Nevers is frozen over. A lanre number of vessels are ice-bound at Bordeaux, and many steamers, to avoid being frozen in, have gone down the river to anchor in the Verdon roads. Packs of wolves and numerous wild boars are invading isolated districts in France. The unusually large fall of snow and the terrible severity of the weather have cut off then means of sub sistence, and the animals have become desTiite through hunger, and fearlessly prowl about the houses, to the great con sternation to the people. " The same state of affairs is taid to ex ist in Spain, and .from Cadiz come re ports of wolves being killed in the streets of the suburbs. - Advices have been recei ed from Al giers to tne eneci mat me country is covered with snow. A snow storm is raging in Tunis, and the fall of snow is already bo heavy that traffic has been stopped. The thermometer Sunday touched 7 degrees Fahrenheit at Maconr 12 degrees at Toulouse and 5 at Grenoble. Wells are frozen at Perpignan, where a Dcn has been found frozen to death in the street. In Paris Monday night the municipal authorities lighted hundreds of fires in the streets of the- city,, and numbers of wretchedly poor persons crowded around tbein, and in the warmth afforded by the blaze endeavored to obtain some re lief from the intense cold which pre vailed. Every effort is being made to relieve the great distress which exist.s and to this end the Palais des Beaux Arts has been converted into a night Bhelter for the homeless, and is provided with a soup kitchen and a large number of straw mattresses. The machine gallery in the exhibition buildings is used as -a day shelter. Municipal buildings else where in the city are also used for a similar purpose, and the protection which they afford is eagerly taken ad vantage of by a large number of suffer ing people. The water supply in Versailles has be come very scarce, owing to the freezing weather, and venders of water are meet ing with a brisk demand at four pence a gallon. An epidemic of a disease resembling influenza has broken out in Berlin. The persons effected have a tendency toward inflammation of the bowels. Reports from all parts of Germany show that the thermometer touched many degrees below zero Fahrenheit, but that the cold is bearable in the ab sence of wind. from the Republicans and for a time the house was in an uproar, iiiruuy.u out the scene the shaker was ca'm, but the services of the sergeant-at-iinns hrid to be called for to quell the tumHt, which at one lime threatened to eUixiU uate in personal violence. THE LAND OF CANAAN. Thousands of Boomrm Lrwatiiig Claims in the Cherokee fitrlp. St. Loos, Jan. 20. Advices from the northern border of the Cherokee strip are to the effect that the movement to invade the strip is assuming vast pro portions. Jan. 29 has been set as the day for the general invasion, but at present the liotate -s are going into the 3trip every day in large numbers for the Dumoee of picking out claims. At one Coint alone 3,000 Ixxmiers have assem led, and are anxiously awaiting the much longed-for signal to enter the "Land of Canaan." Harry Hill, of OkIh homa fame, is on his way to the strip with 300 boomers, and other leaders wiu follow in a few clays. NEW DEPARTURE. Steamboat Line net ween t Inclnnatl and Chattanooga. Cincinnati, Jan. 20. A syndicate rammoiedof Cincinnati, Pitt-burg, iMash ville and Chattanooira capitalists has been formed, it is said, with a view to operating a line of steamboat between thi rttv and Chattanooga. The plaL is fr. traVn twelve dav trips. The b;r.ts will come in comnetition with the Mas pn:de steamers running out from i.t. Louis to Chattanooga. Suicltle.l Away from Home. Nkw Orleans, Jan. 20. N. E. Swart- ont committed suicide oy poi::on m a private boardins-house here Monday niht. lie left letters addressed to his wife and daughter at 42 West Thirty- eighth street. New York. Other pavers snownd that he was a monibvr of the Union League club, Chicaro. CONGRESS. Fortieth I:iy. Most of the session of t'le house was ttki n ud bv political si e c'.iesand assaults upon the sneaker by the Democrats for imst rulinirs. Only oue bill of minor iiu- nortance vai passed. . . . i In the senate an lo ir an-j a uau consumed discussing a point of order raised by Mr. Gorman, taking issue with the vice president's ruling list Friday, to the efeit that an appeal from a decision of the chair on a n n-deiatable question was itself not debatable. The matter was finally dropped, and, aft.-p the introduc tion of a number of bULs the elections bill was takm up, and Mr. Oeorgeaddressed the senate in opposiii n o lie bill. ANTI-EVICTIONISTS. For the Campaign Against the Indians In the Northwest Troops Not to Be With drawn as Rapidly as Was Intended. General Miles Orders Forage for Twenty Days Longer Rations Sent, WITHOUT BLOODSHED. General Miles Don't Believe In Killing Any More Indians. PineEidgeAoency.S. Dak., Jan. 20. A meeting of the commanders or tne several army camps around the agency with Gen. Brooke was held Monday, after which the officers repaired again to their respective commands. The nieet in" was held to decide upon certain tactical movements, and at the same time the situation wss consielered and the condition of each command dis- riiKseb The uneasiness or the Indians has to a certain extent died away. Duvins the atfe.-iioon tiuer xwo SUike, accomi Anied by about thirty In .lia.ia turned over to Agent Pierce twenty guns oi various iaixerus. Among the weapons were several Henry rifles, which are prac rically uxelese, both to Indians and white men, Because cartridges cannot now be procured for them. . , . As a consenuence of the excitement or the morning, Gen. Mile ordered forage for twenty days longer, l ne oraer was issued to department iuanermasier Humphrey and was complied with. Un Saturday last the latter officer counter manded all orders for supplies, at the instance ef Gen. Miles, who had come to tlie conclusK n thp.t it was atout time for the troops to return hon.e. He now urnnoses to remain here until tne ln- d'ans have Jill recovered from the shock which thev rav the killing of Few Tails gave them. On Saturday last Quarter master Humphrey had seven days sup plies on hand. These, with the amount offered Mon day, will tide the army over till alnrnt the 10th cf February. The address issued to the soldiers by Gen. Miles Sunday night, has been very warmly received, and both men and officers now seem nioie than ever willing to undergo the privations of a w inter campaign, if such should be required. The land of Cheyennes, which, for several -djiys, have been located hear the Drewel Mission, stopped by an order from Washington, have left on their mnreh to Tonirue river. They will be under the direction of Cat Ewers. This move gives Gen. Mites hone that he will nltiim.tely be jerui. ted to sej a-ate the hostile s and forward them to the agencies to wliich tuey belong. , Lieut. Ge.ty. commander oi me uuey- emie scouts, iale'.y muler the command of the Limeiited Lieut, t. asey, lias Peen ordered to remain Li re until after the c!o e of hostilities. He will then le'.nrn to Fort Keogh, where he will assume the duties of omirtermaster or the Twenty first infantry. He has r.win- meinied OAli Lapl. lockwoi u ana i-iieui. Hodges to succeed him as commander of the now famous scouts. A number of complaints daily reach camp criticising Gen. Miles because he does net move upon and annihilate the Indians. Ihe answer made to these from headquarters is that the force m the field is composed of soldiers and not butchers, and that even The coiumanaer is under orders, and tlmt those orders are that the war must be brought to a close without bloodshed. More Dead Indians. Monday afternoon one of the Indian pelice at th? agency di covered the bodies of four dead Indians in a creek near Wounded Knee. One of them was a boy, two were girls and the fourth was an oid squaw. They were victims oi tne battla Of the 29th. Tuesday evening D. D. Lew s, special agent, anived to take the yince ot tpe ci.d Agent Cooper, who has arrived at iscousm. Troops Not to lie Withdrawn. Omaha, Jan. 20. Orders were re- Cl'iveu at tne quai teniiaawi b hckii v- ment Monday night rescinding instruc tions to discontinue sending rations to Pine Ridge Agency, and ordering ten days' rations foi warded for the troops in the field. The new order apparently in dicates that the troops will not be with drawn as was intended. C :0 pounds of s jiUL'gled oj-ium. The trial of Charles Kincaid for the mur der of ex-Kepre-seiiUitive Taulbee, of 'Ken tucky, ha betn set for March lu. George W. Kowbottor.v, an Allegheny Cty politician, leaves for Kt guiiid, Thurs day to claim an e? t te of $3.0j;i,iO0. Pennsylvania's governor has signed the duath warrants of Dav d and Joseph Nicely, who will be hanged April 2. Colorado Republicans nominated 11,-nry H. Teller for the Uuile.l StaUs st-nate. The Democrats selected Judge Yeainana. Dentist Samuel Kizer, of Fostoria, O., died of grief st the disgrace of a charge of assault brought against him by a woman. North Carolina's legislature has tele graphed t South Carolina for the loan of cannon to drive off oyster pirates fio.il the north. Forty laborers at the Jefferson iron works, Steubenville, O., stopwo.-k because (t a retln.tion in their wages from tl.5J.to fi.2 per day. Jj c jb Walters and son Harry, fireman at the Carnegie works at liraddock. Pa., were cut 'o pieces by the cars while walk ing oa the tracks. The Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati hna indorsed the action of Hcaltn Officer Premlergast iu'suppreasiug public exhibi tions of hp o.ism. G. C. Baker, the customs clerk, charged with fraud 4iv connection with sugar for the Si r. ckles refinery, in Philadelphia, has been 1 d in ,0 CJ bail, The Dobson burned carret mille, at PLilndelphia, will be rebuilt. The plush mills have resumed work. Insurance was f 72 '1.000. in 1 5 ;im panics. Tl.e United States supreme court has de ri.lifd that the children of polygamous marriages are entitled to sh ire iu the dis- tiibiition of their fathers tsiut. It-is offti illy sta ed that the affairs of tha Chicuzo Gcs company will le woand up at once and the company reorganized in an unquestionably legal shnp?. The Me-tropolitan Underground Rail wf.v company has bjen incorporated in New York, the object being to give the city rapid transit for railway travel. 1 he Democrats of the New Yoik legisla ture have nominated Governor Hill and the Republicans Senator Evnrts as their candidates for successor to Senator Evarts. Charles Sherman grabbed a burglar In his Indianapolis residence, forced him into a closet and while he went f r the police the prisoner dropped out of the window. The American National Bank of Kant a City has lecn taken charge of by a re ceiver. The liabilities are estimated at $ ;,: 50,( ft), while the assests are nominally S3.50l.C00. At Columbus Ind., Rosani Keb'e.- has mi d fir diverge f.-oni Piter Keller, to whom she has been m irred firty yearn -6 hi is 75 and he Q. Sae charges cruelty and desertion. After montlis of negotiat ons, the world's fair directory and Michigan a - e:me pio;erty owneis have agreed upon a plan for occupancy of the lake front by five exposition buildings. The United States supreme court l.ai de c'ule l the Virginia law restricting tLe s de of dressed meats from other states is un constitutional, because an interference with interstate commerce, Mrs. Andrew Carnegie, who has been recovering from a recent severe illness, at her home, 5 West Fifty-first street. New York, is suffering from a relapse, which is hoped will prove only temporary. The application for mandamus to com pel the secretary of state of Louisiana to ollicially picmuigaie tne lottery amenu-ii-.tnt 1ms ieen refused by the lower court iit. Haton Routre. and an aniieal will be taken to the a :preme court. A emu a iv with $5,0 O.OOO has been in corporate I to construct a tunnel between Xew York city aud Brooklyn. Austin Cor ! of the Lontr Island railro id. heads the .iivctorv. and othe; s upon it are E Iward iirai- o .C,s. Ii. F. Ir my and E.lward Lau- terbnh. (.ei. Ixe's birthday was celebrated .hr.anhoutYitginia and ct'.ier southern itate-s Monday by a general suspension of business, processions, speecli-ni:iking ana ! anouests. In Richmond the Confederate was displayed in addition to other hunting. Rev. Alf;vd Clements street preivcl er at Findlav. O.. who is tall to believe that :.vtrvlii idv will iro to .hell but himself. Sim llilill 4 CIm R educed -:--Pricei outh Bend Chilled Flo H7, las n!s that the brimstone tropics have come for i 2 000 damages lor brought by Mra Alice Another In A MAIl. CARRIER'S FATE, Murlred In the Koaut.Iu of Kentucky and the Mail Stolen. Catlettsbvrg, Ky.. Jan. 20. News was received here of the murder and robberry of the mail-carrier between Whitesburg.JSy., and Big Stone Gap, Va. The carrier had been missing since the recent heavy snow in that region, but was not discovered until Thursday. He had beeu shot twice and the mail nouch robled. There is no clew to the doeis of the deed. The new carrier has auard often well armed men, who; make the trip with nun. Secret Soc-lely of Farmers Southwestern Kansaa. Topeka, Kan., Jan. 20. It is nnder stood here that an auxiliary to the Farm ers' Alliance has teen organized in southwestern Kansas, the object of which is mutual protection from loan and investment comjanies. There has been a growing inclination to have something done among AllLmce members to prevent the foreelesure of mortgages and subseinient sale of farms on account of non-payment of interest, and this feeling has become so intense that it has at last resulted in the forma tion of thisorgamzation.themeinDeis or which are bound by oath to go to the as sistance of any member who is in danger of losing his property through the action of parties holding mortgagee. Already this movement has extended over the entiru soothwestern part of the Btate, and the members have twice sig nalized their readiness to aid a distressed brother. A case in point has occurred in Kingston county when an eviction was made of Janus O. Dooley. who had mortgaged his farm, and, owing to the failure of crops had not been able to -ay his interest for the hist two year" His farm was sold and nought in the in vestment company, who proceeded to put a renter on the place. The Doo'ey family was turned ont. The eviction wai not interfered with, but as soon as the sheriff went away the renter received a note telling him that it wou'd not be i?afe in the hon-e that niurht. The renter left. Within an hour Dooley and his f ami'y were back in their old quarters, several Auiance meiu una of the letrislature. when interviewed ac knowledged that snch an organization undoubtedly existed. pois6n1nthe COFFEE. Two Dead. Oue Dying and Aoiotlier Sick. Young Girl A nested. Lexington. Ky.. Jan. 20. A whole colored family was poisoned here Mon .av morning bv havmjr arsenic put m the coffee for breakfast. Pinter White, his wife, ar.d his. uncle and aunt, Daniel Frjizier and wife, drank heartily of the soffee, B-we Mrs. Whi'.e, who, b.ing finite sick, only took a few swallows of the poisoned fluid. Immediately after breakfast all four of the persons named were taken with violent pains in their stomi clis. and the phytieian who was vmick y suminonod pronounce! it arseni cal no b u;iu-r. Powerful aiHito e were 3dmint;red, but Frazier so. n died, and Monday afternoon his wife expired, after much suffering. W hits is how lying at th point of dearth, and will probably die before n-omin.. His wife mav recover. Lily White, the 17-year-old daughter f Te er. has been a rested, charged with he crimp. Her father whipped her Snn biy nijht, lecaue she stayed away too much at nights. She denies admin tir ing the poi on. BLACK EYE FOR LOTTERY. A revision Which, If Sustained, Will Pre vent Extonalon of the Charter. New Orleans. Jan. 20. The district court h;us decided against the Louisiana State Lottery company and in favor of the state of Louisiana in the mandamus suit brought by the latter against the secretary of slate. The Ftiit was to com led the secretary of state to promulgate the lottery amendment to the constitu tion, passe", by the last legislature, in order that the i-eoi le may vote on it at the next election. He re-fusel to do this on the ground that the amendment was never preperly fussed by the legisla ture, having beeu vetoed by the gov ernor. ... The suit, therefore, was to decide whether the people shall have a right to vote tn extenumg the chaiter ot tue lottery company twenty-live years or not The district judge sided with Gov ernor Nichols and the secretary of state in their vi.w of the matter, and refused the mandamus asked for by the lottery company. The later will carry the (,ues ion at once to the supreme court. If the supreme court affirms the de cision of the lower tribunal, it will pre vent an extension of the lottery com panyB charter. Short anil In Mexico. Waco, Tex., Jan. 20. S. K. Mings, the absconding ex-president of the (Jatesville Firct National bank, went across the Rio Grande to Mexico. He is short ft 5,000 at Dallas and Galveston, and quite a sum at Tyler. He got about 7,000 of his own bank at Gatesville, but his defalcation tnero nas ueeu liiitue good. The bank is intact. Chief Arthur lu Coiilau. Indianapolis, Jan. 20. Grand Chief Arthur, of tho Brotherhood of Locomo tive Engineers, is here, conferring with the officers of the Lake Erie and West ern on the subject of arbitrating wages, NEWS IN er.iEF. 4 G 7 No. 1, (same size as Oliver No. A.) No. 1 B, (same size as Oliver A 2.) No. 2, (same size as Oliver No. 10) No. 3, (same size as Oliver No. 19) No. 4, (same size as Oliver No. 20),, 8 Olivft No. 401 8 Extra Point With Each Plow. oo 50 oo 50 00 50 A Conle:niitlo.i of Intcre ttln ; Iteinj of VtillonS Subject. Newark, 0 has i".i .thcria. South Diikota Republicans nominated Moody for the senate. The National Brickmakers' association meets in Inlianap l'.a. . - Pattison wai inaugurated governor of rennsylvai.i.i Tuesday.. New Ilampsl.ire Demi c its nominated Cbailei II. Sinclair for the senate. At Torre Haute, Ind., E.l tl Towne was acquitted if the charge of forgery. Saveral St. Ixniis importers liave entered suit to le-it the McKinley tirilT law. The sl.o. t.ige of the Teuto i i Building association, of Cincinnati, is $1,431.71. Kigl.ty men in tho Bell pottery, Fiudlay, O., struck against a leJuction of wages. The exonerative Housekeeping associa tion, of Kvanstoa, 111., has made an assign ment. An Ii.d i.unpol's baby was pawned for tl, and the fatLe.- had to brirg suit to get it out. John L. Sullivan denies that he has signi d an agreement to fight Slavin or any other man. Winnie Davis was tho lion at the dinner given by the x Confederates at New York Monday nig;t. Chauney F. Black was nominated for the United States senate by the Pennsyl vania Democrats. J arms Durkhardt, Columbus, O., brick layer, fell six stories through an elevator shaft, and n:ay die. He-ttie Fontaiue, 16, shot herself because her father run her young man off with a dog at Seymour, Ind. Forty lal.ore-rs t Jefferson iron works, Steulenvil!e, stnuk against a reduction from fi .40 to U 2 i per day. Democrat renominated Senator Vocr bces and the Republicans Goa e.-nor Hjvey. Voorbees is sure of election. General Manager B:a "bury refuses f.ie reqmsi of the Lake Eiie and Western engineers for i icrccsed wages. Cbar!e3 Isabella, the Bmuggftr, tried at Indiansnclis, toi l ot li hiding place of to him in a suit criminal assault tVatson. Eugene Davis, of East Saginaw, Mich. iiiis arrived at Butte, !ont. He claims t e the only legitimate ten of tho lute A. I. Davis, who died nearly a year ago, ivnrth '.Y0 00. Mrs. A. J. Di.vis, sin sreue's mother, kei'Ps a saloon nt East -iMtiiitv. She clniniii she was married to the A:oMiMia milliona'rc a half century atro in Ma':u2. John LiJLoi ne. whose childhotd' recol lect!o i of seeing his father shot aud hia mother ton;ilakel by aa Indian has never left him. dii.-d at Piqua, O., on tho same farm where the tia;.e ly took plr.cd, aired 85. T. M. Todd, a Chicago real estate dealer. living on Washington boulevard, thinks he is niarl.ei for assassination. Sunday night, for the tLird time within two weeks, a buVt was fuel through his sit-ting-rxmi window. It bioke the plaUs glass into fragments and narrowly missed the head of iWrs. Todd. While a polish christening wa. in prog ress, at the house of John Uarlick, in Ga latzin, Pa., Sunday evining, Mike Teruski, a Polander, walked in aud shot the mother of the child. Terutki was chased by tbow) present, and a rope was pla?ed around his neck, but the officers appeared on the scene and he was safely i laced in the county jail. FROM GAS TO COAL. Three Thousand Hand to Out Work by the Kelurn to OI.I IVj. Wiifelino. W. Va.. Jan. 20. Three montlis past have seen a remarkable rev olution in manufacture in the Ohio valley. Over four-fifths of the immense plants located in this city, Bellaire, Alartin's Ferry and north between Wheeling and Steub'.ni ville have been compelled to abandon the use of natural if.ia on fleet mnt of Khertnees of supply, and return to coal. It is estimated tliat tTrinlovment will be tiveii to 3,000 men in mining and transporting coal by the change, which affects plants employing over 15,0-K) hands, lo-day tne gio neitis which supplied all these industries are Uvh:istHl. and nearly :i.KKi.tiO0 in vested in plants is a complete loa. NASHY1LLK PRIDE. Mb Editor: Have yon beeu to Nashville lately? If you have, you j have no doubt Keen the Great Newj Store. Truly tne niarcu oi progreBu is wonderful. Who would have thought a few years ago that there would be estab lished iu the South such a commer cial house as that of the Connkll-Hall-McLesteb Co., of Nashville? To a lady going to Nashville, this concern is a blessing indeed. Bhe can get oil" the cars at the Union Depot, take a hack or strei t car aud go at once to the door of this great store, where a cozy reception-room, with dressing-room and toilet-room are at her service. Her baggage and bundles may be checked, and she can then go wherever frhe may choose about the house or the city, without being encumbered with luggage. If the weather is bad, and a lady goes to the city only to shop, fhe need not leave the great store at all. Kvery sort ot goods in the greatest variety is kept in the bouse, aud at oue price, everything being marked in plan tiguref-, aud there she can nudauything that may not be had of our local mere-hauls iu the way of Dry Goods, Boys Clothing, Cloaks, Dreth-making, Millinery, and every thing else. Even a iunch-room is kept by U-is enterprising company, wbere si.ch a lunch is set as will Bur price fome of our good housewives of Maury County, and at prices that xre astonishingly cheap. A lady need not put her foot out of the door to do a whole dav's shopping, at this great store, ai d the house asks that their recepl ion-room be made the place of all visllors to the city. They will takecisrerof all bundles sent tbeui.aud ship all together, relieving ladies of untold annoyance iu caring for their pun-harts. When visiting Nashville no lad v should fail to see this great establishment. A F'tlENO. p. K. I forgot one thing that will greatly ideate the youug eople, that ih, U. al thev have a candy depart ment, w bere'fresh candies are mi.t e HVM'rdHv; and even sell hot ; water. thatexhiliratlDg French drink o iadii f, hot bullion, grape milk, tt Every Plow Fully Warranted." TERMS: SPOT CASH. The above prices arc" to any and every body. We do not require them to be sub scribers to the Columbia Herald or any other paper. Street, Em"bry & Co.. East Side Public Square, Columbia, Xea11' TELEPHONE No. 8. "T Firt-lgn Note. .An f n ldi company hai undertaken the AuHtraliHU Lloyd traffic in the Adri atic and tlie Ia-v.iUv. The viscount rolkstone, the son and heir of the Hurl of Had nor, was married in Holy Trinity church, Lon don, to .".1 s Julian ISuIfour. The . u tralian Socialists have tie teruiii e i to '-lake another ftrike in May for a May "a' or bobd.iy, and the unfortun ate scenes of last yuax are more thau likely to be re,Mi:tle'L An AiiK'ric.tn named Moore has been ar rested at MozaiuI i pie cl a g d with incit ing the net ve chie-fs of zuiiilo to rebel against the Portuguese. Mooro has been libc'raUd on parole. Advic a from St. Petersburg state that the Russian k ernmcnt has determined tod :ni all the Swedish officer f rum the Finnish military forces and put Rus sians in their places. The destitution in London Is appalling and the iiewspnue-rs .re filled with appe-als for charitable aid. Thousands of respect able men and w men are absolutely with out foo 1 in their hon es. Wli.l a lare numUr of children wi T3 playing t:i a school ground at Nantwich, England, an infuriated cow charged upon them, tossing some in the air and tr.uup injr others under its boofa. Forty-nine children received more or leas Serious in juries. Tiru. rvrdn and Pica, of Nantes, France. ns't.inrr on the f; ct lhar Koate are not eub Wt ti cooBuinntion. after experimenting on rabbiU-. injected the bleed of goe inn thu vfii h nf t vi o consumptive uatlentA I loth aie said to have greatly improved Tim KWth German Gacctte. In noticing a rejiort that liaron Wiasinann has become -adds that private telegrams re ceived front 7a mbar contain tbe inform ation that Baron issmann, on Jan. io. stilted for Kilimanjuro with ten ofCccra and iWI meu. ' t: THE MARKETS. Rev law of the Stock. Momt ad Cattle Market for Jam. SO. Man J (A3U rJ Wall Street. Money on call was easy this morning at 2W&3 i-er cent. Kichai e Bteady; postal rated, 4tSX 49 ; uctual rates, 464il84X for ixt days aud 4t7 for deuuuxl. Governments ataey; currency sixes, 110 bid; foui-K coupon, 1-U bic!; fourtnd-arkaiX Uo 103 bid. : STOCK QIOTATIONS. The following were the quotations: Atbhison 3 L & N. T7 C.tpMb. iind Trl Mark obtained, and all hat eta buiiK-a romlncted for M oderata r. Our Olfica I Oppoafla U. 8. PyteM 0ej and wc ran aonire j.alent la 1M Uuie than Uioee hend modi l. diawlng or photo., with decrl p. tlon We advlae. If itntabl or not, frea of cliiiri?e. Our loe not due till patent la Pairohlat. "How to Obtain Patenta." with . nnmea of actual cllenta InyouxHUU, eounty.W town, aent free. Addreaa, C.A.SPJOW&CO. OppeaHa Patent OHee, Waahlafltos. D. C. TrnslBB'x Sale :- cf : Uii BY virtue of a deed or trust executed w me by U. F. MeCllncliey ou Uie iKl day of May, liw, wnicn uwi rj...v. ... . Vol. . imitfa 7 and )H of the KoUtni oltlce . of Maury Uouuty. Tniieaoe, and U 'e" deed refereuce la here made; I will, on Mon- . il ay, the HUU day of Kenruary, lWd, at the . Conrl-houae door. In Columbia, Tinneare, , within lawful houra, aell to the tilghoi-t hid der for oaali, free from the rlvht and njulty oi reU-mptlo, the following described tract . of laud, Hlluale In the 11th Civil District of Maury county, leuneum uu umiuuou i follows: KeglnnlnK at set rock, W. M. Ir- . vines S. W. corner, running thence North i 23 5K-KWP with Ids line lo a set rock, llienre. W. 215 7'i-HiO poles to a stakeon the bast bunk : of the creek a cherry, ash and elin pointers; . thence B. a" K. B 7-lo poios Kast 10 5tt-10UoeB to a stake; thence H. ny, ' W.l 9-10 poles; thence Honth 6 ff'-lU) poles ; thence J. tfJ'i" E. 15 -ll poles; thence . 4 W. WfSO-MI poles; Jthence N. Bir" a. 7TJ-10 poles; them n. is';w, is i-i. center of road ; thence Kast with W. A. r-ul-I Is in 187 t-0 poles to a rock east of spring-, , -i.k W a. "nlllniii. H.S7tt.0 noh-4 tiience rt. im 't 1U iioles to a set rock In W. M. Irvlnes; thence W- 114M-HW poles with his line to the beginning, contain ing ItP i acres and Is lot No. 4 In the division of the ilcCllnchey estate, lesa (0 acres and W poles sold to Hester Lawrence and Isiuiided as follows: Beginning at a au.ne, K. M. Kln-dk-aH. W. eoraor end ronnlng H. Ti W 1W isilea to a stake, J. N. Porters corner; thence with nU line K. 114 H-i-l-JU po U i a stnke; theUceN.H-l poles to a all die n Kin dles line: thenc with his Hue W 11I65-K0 uo es to the Uvlunlng; also less two acres pole Mild to J. W. H. Kldlejr deed to wlilcb lineordod In Book K, page 104, Vol. S of I he lt glstera office. Hali aale will lie made for the purpose of forei loMlag aaid deed of trr-st and enforcing p ment of Uie note therein secured, togeth er with Interest thereon, cosU t.f sale and Jd deed ol tl uaU This January Wn, 1WI. to rK-k his corner; ftH-HW Dole, ai rock with ilogwoisl and oeech pointers: thence , 6H M0t poles to C, 11. & Q W C.,0.,C.&St.L s,i2 C. &( n Dei. & Hud....l3i I) , Ll& W....MX Krie lJtke Shore.... lOfK Mich. Cent..... Vi N. Y. Cent loo; N rthwuMtern. .1(J)4 Ohio& Mim.,. Wi Itock Island.... '.0 Ht, Paul M,V Western Union 1A Cloclauatl. Wheat f.5 3c. Corn &1 " VVtsiL Unwashed fine merino, 17ai8cj J-bh o 1 combing, Vi 3 ; medium define a id clothing, 2 4 ; braid, 17 8--; ne dium cl t linn, 'xrf -ic; Heece-wasned ftna merino, X aud Xa, medium clotb- inpt, He ' . (. A rn.K Gool to choice butcher. 8.50 i4.oO; fair to medium, 2.51a3..0; com mon, t 2 2.t0. JV Hoos he.ected butchers and heavy sldp piriK, $.1.7 3 83; fair to good mixed t3.b0 fc3.T5:coiuno.i to rouvh, 3.fJ0,3.W: (air to Kocd lifht. t$'A Xtf3.75; pigs. AJ.'t :.U Shekp- H.00ci5 50. LAMlia K4.1U.4P.W,. Plltsbara. Cattle Pr'm $i.7r5.10; good, tljoa 4 4'.: fair, $3 0Q .00; coiuinon, 2 'c. Hotitt io,. 48iO'.tX best Vorkers n-i.vel, t3 7tg3; . m.ion and light, rH E-Kxtr. i.l 3.I0; good. $l.7CJ ; fair. VI 4 d) . 1-; couimon, g8j. Lami a j4.CO(ti".40. ' b.enew. ITik Ligli. -3 3- 5; mlxi-d; $3.40(3 8.",0, heavy, 3. & .'iO. CV.Tn E -Kxtra oeeves, 4.tK5 :0; steers, 13.51(1-. mix, tl.'-&03.85. Si.ai.l 3 50O..0J. Lam ii i i4,:Mit Xw York. Wt s v r Xo, 2 rexl winter, lUCB; May, Co;..-. Mixed, 10i Oat . .-io. 2 mixed, 51 Xc . Toledo. Win AT C r5'c; May, VTJi (.OilN ("list., ilc; May, S2u Oat-- 5 '4 : Cuivti. K i $i.35. Pi T o: 1 : glSOlli.S, uapUtLa, tu Clrrrlaii.l Oil. : f. W., 1 Odeg. tH Tldefc to dcg. UHSOliatt) 18w( KM Ot. ,tmirvB fees for collecting said note ana enforcing foreclosure of said deed ol JOlfV M. ALLEN. lnxnireiit Notien. Ihsvthls day surgeU-d to the Coantw-- Oouitor Maury t.ouoijr estate of John M. Cold well, deceased. All p rsons Indebted to said e.tate are hernby notlued to oome forward and m tile tbe same. ..,,1 m.A Mrsma having claims agalnstsald estate are notified to file Ihe aaine duly prov en with the Clerk of tne County Court on or rwfore the lstdav of July, ltf. or tbe same will be barred. Deoemln-r W, IMS. Ave J rfAiniWia, JanJ 4t tOxecuiori Goluml1ia.Ba11l.iag Companj CAPITAL, - - - $100,000. Does general Banking, Exchange and Commercial business. J. M. M A VEH, President. i, C. WOOTKIS, Vice-President an34 ly LnCIHW FKIKRhh", rmhtw. J. CLIMAX RESTAURAfIT, IEA C. WITT, Proprietor, - No. 210 NOBTU "CHERRY BTttEET, de-.')m Nashville.Tenn. Nou-UosWiiit IVotlce. J. T. 8. OrenneId vs. wra. liasaeu. rHrnKAH the rtalntiff in this cause VV T. H. UreeiiAeld has sued out a writ ot attHCliment before me, K. C. Puokett, a Jus tice ol the Peaeo for Maory County, Tenn., aifslosl thejproiieny l the drlemlant Hhs nell on4.be ground of the nou-rwsldenco of itald Hsssell. and the returoof said atuich nient writ before me ahows that the i-am has been levied upon tbe property of said d -feudaiM, and an order of i.bl)ciUoii eiHere.t npon vadwrlt. as nrovhle Isw Aow therefore It la or ered by nis that publUu.lloit tM9 made In to- olum iu i.eial I, iiiIIhIi. lu Columbl , Teun, f-lr r -ousjj-uive weeks, that too uaieo'uni , Win. Han" make his apt" ratx e be(or mo ul 11 y ol ce tn the 171H ultiicl of Wauty Coony. Tenu , Iin Hsturds' . JlBtd f K--i;y. 11, tha MWA Will tkS trt- aUU UH m cssda-lwiik M nft'!"' FTT .