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TERMS The "Colchbia IIitiiALo" is pub
lished every Friday morning at Thbes Dollar
per an num. in advance.
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.VItII AY, ... OCT, C. 171.
(I'IMSE biscuit bave become a fa
write article f diet at CiiatUnoossy.
Hon. James E. Harvey has retired
from tbe editorial chair of the Wash
RoWEXA Mills a.TuIIelioma uiacu
factum twt-Ive thousand barrels of
flour er aiiuuui.
The Prewidet. t U limited to U-n ci
gars a daj . Washington Capital.
And how many drinks?
Federal Com t meets at Nashville
on the Sal lhv. hiy ia next month,
Hon. CojfXAMA' F. Ti:kj presiding.
When werpad the jirgonic sen ten
ees of the Rr;.vii--vi:ie State, we can
not help ilfufcing their readers are in
ia'.igT rr t ei:;g tnite.icrd to dcrth.
;exk:;alJV.m:im 11 Johnston i
icri.uiiu f.-r '.h" j-rt-sf a history of hU
campaigns M!:ii V, ti:e late war. It H
a work that v. i'.l U looked forward to
with ll.e 'rf;.untlcst interest by the
wliole civilized world.
Hkxtixkl, iro;e!ty of "tir fellow
citizen, Jo'ix A. Miller, was beaten
in the two mile rae at Nashville last
week, by ''Fosrmt," (a Nashville
horse) aad the Maury Countians had
to walk home.
The Rock City Paper Mills at Nash
ville, is doing an immense business
and making a very Minerior quality of
paper. It is the only reliable paper
mill of any importance in the (State,
and the largest in the South.
A dispatch from London on the 18th
Inst., btates that authoritative ad
vices from Zanzibar announce the re
ceipt of positive intelligence of the
safety of Dr. Livingston. A party
of Americans are hurrying to his
Toombs has recently been "inter
viewed" as to "What lie knows about
Farm'ng." We don't know what
the great Georgia Blusterer knows
aUout farming, but h-. has been very
huccebsful in rai-ing an immense crop
Tub Washington Chrotiidc, the
organ of the Grand Army of the
Republic Ku-Klux Radicals, makes
a fierce onslaught upon Post Master
General CkEsWELL, "How pleasant
it is for brethren to dwell together in
The Western rail ay of France, at
its annual meetingjust held, estimates
the damage done to the rolling stock
during the war at to millions of
dollar.", which sum the company
hopes will be paid by the French
The new Cumberland Presbyterian
Church at McMiunvillp, under the
charge of ths eloquent aud popular
divine, Rev. Dr. Chadock, will soon
le finished, ami w ill be a stately aud
magnificent edifier, one of the hand
somest and most beautiful in the
The brick work on the new mam
moth hotel at M'-'Miunviile U com
pleted, and the house w ill.be ready in
a short time for the public. Iu the
hands of Mrs. Dr. Read, it will be
one of the best hotels in the South,
aud receive, ai it will deserve, a large
patronage from the public.
The New York Times, alcadirgand
influential Radical journal calls Jlcast
Rutlcr the "rowdy candidate (or t!.c
Governor's chair'' iu Massachusetts,
and adds that ' the worst of Gen.
Rutlcr is thai his judgment and tem
per get many degrees worse as lie
A New process lias ju?t been dis
covered lor obtaining hydrogen gas
in large quantities. Alkaline earths
arc heated v it h coke or charcoal to a
ml heat, when carbonic ncid hydro
gen arc freely eliminated. The car
bonic acid is absorbed by water, and
the pure hyi'roycn is collected iu a
Mk. Georoe C. Gkey, a well
known actor, w ill open the Nashville
theater iu a fe w -vet ks. He has made
extensive repairs aud engaged a large
ntck company aud will give the pub
lic what Nashville has loug needed,
iitst class amusements. He Las also
t-ugaged anuuiln-rof the leading stars
on the American slago who wiil ap
jienr duiiug the present season.
Gov. Sexteh lias ordered an elec
tion to be held in Knox an t Sevt r
o.i Saturday, Oct. 14, for member of
the Legislature, to liil the vacancy
caused by the resignation of ' fightin'
Je. Cooper." Maj. W. R. McBath
the present Floater, is a candidate for
re-election, and if a Radical has to be
eleii'ed, lie ought to be returned.
The colore.! Lieulfiiaut Governor '
of South Carolina, A. J. Rinzer, aud
Chairman o! the Rnpubiicau State
Executive Comrultle", has published
a letter in the Nctrg strongly opposing
the proposed declaration of martial
law. He thinks the civil power am
ply suilicient to repress existing dis
order, and that martial law as a reme
dy would be worse thau the disease.
TrLL.uinMA is improving rapidly.
A hotel has Iwn splendidly fitted up
and is kept in first-class ttyle. A
large number of eommidioiis business
houses are U-ing erected and quite a
numlier of handsome rcMdiMices are
U-ing built. It supports a first-class
press, the Tini, neof the largest,
reatest and nn -t r-piritcd of our coun
Coiinth is in-proving mere rabidly
(ban !i!ui( .l : i.v ii.I.u d tovwi in the
South. It 1 to It gin, wiih, one of
the lives' rev .!:'!' rs puUi-hd in
MississiU', l'(vs, (l::.r! -),
tbility and ii :: Uy 1 the ii.iVfaij
gablc Mj. J-I- VvVnou-. !' ! .. s
mammoth (.Vttcn Faruny uliuost
complete a Tol acco Factory in stc
cessful operation a large Foundery
and Machine Shop iu full blast a
Rank with a large Cash Capital 1 o
large two and three etory brick store
houses in ceuiee cf titcliou, aud the
last but not Ust, a Li'c Insurance
Company, established there by men
who tave many years of succcs-ful
experience- in the bunnesB.
, "The Fountain of Touth."
Ponce de Leon it seems was right
as to the main fact, but mistaken in
looking in the wrong place for his
"fountain of youth." Had he gone
to the "Land of Gold" instead of the
"Land of Flowers," his brightest anti
cipations would have been realized,
if we are to believe the account we
have of Bartlett Spring, in Lake
county, California. We are.informed
on the best authority that it "bubbles
up through the green 6od" and that
it is covered by "a r 10x10 shanty."
Also that it is .clear as crystal, cold as
ice, and sweet as eau . eucree. As to
its healing properties the San Francis
co Bulletin says that not "only rheu-matif-m,
dyspepsia, neuralgia, paraly
sys, blindness and consumption are
cured by this modern pool of Bethesda,
but whoever imbibes its sweet waters
lows the appetite for that strong drink
which is raging, and looks no more
upon the wine when it moveth itself
aright in the cup. The editor la told
that old drinkers take as high as three
gallons a day. While he objects to
tbe use of the word "high" in this
connection as being no less inappro
priate than if applied to the use of the
ci U'ee and lemonade dispensed at the
dinners of the California alumni, he
can ejusily believe that the old drinkers
do prefer the water to lager beer or
whisky. If it were not superior to
these binful tipples is it to be "credited,
he a.sks, that the old veterans of Pap
PmcE's rebel army In Missouri, would
crowd there by hundreds, and fight
over their old battles, under the in
spiring, not to say the colicky influ
ence, of Bartlett's spring? One fact
certainly speaks volumes for the mer
its of this marvelous fountain. In the
village which has grown up around
it, there is not a single grog shop.
There is a doctor, but he has to farm
for a living.
; Tbe Indians.
The United States Governmeuthas
charge of 2SS,716 Indians, exclusive
of the Alaska tribes, who arc divid
ed into 142 different tribes, or na
tions. These are all embraced with
in seventy-five agencies, under the
control of fifteeu superintendents,
and under the direction of the Com
missioner of Indian Affairs. The
6upcrintendencic8 arranged accord
ing to the Indians under their charge,
arc as follows: Southern, 45,230,
Arizona, 32,052, Dakota, 27,921, Cali
fornia, 21.(07, New Mexico, 20,430,
Moutaua, 19,335, Central, 18,572, Ne
vada, 10,220, Utah, 12,800, Washing
ton, 12,794, Oregon, 10,975, Colorada,
7,303, Northern, 6410, Idaho, 5609,
aud Wyoming, 2,403. In addition
there are some hostile tribes, such as
the Apaches and others of Arizona
and New Mexico, numbering 0000,
and it is estimated that the Indians
in Alaska amount to 75,CC3 souls.
Taking all these figures, it appears
that there are at least 309,716, and,
probably, 375,000 Indians under the
care of the United States. The man
agement of these tribes has always
been a source of great embarrass
ment and expense ' to the Govern-
ni' nt, and during the fiscal year,
ending June 30th, 1SG9, the cost
amounted to $7,042,823. The new
I n;lian policy, consisting in the ap
pointment of Friendly Commission
ers, and in other pacific measures, it
is staled, is mnch less costly, the ex
pense for the fiscal year ending June
3;Jih, 1S70, only amounting to $3,407,
90S. , -
A sTKoxet argument in favor of the
Government purchasing the telegraph
lines iu this country, is derived from
witnessing its successful workings in
Great Britain. There, under this
j;e w order of things, communication
between private parties is becoming
verp popular. From statements made
in Parliament a short time ago, it
appears that the system of twenty
five cent messages adopted when tbe
British Government took possession
of the telegraph lines is working sat
isfactorily, the offices ' being over
whelmed with messages, and from
$10,000 to $15,000 a week beiug earned
over the corresponding week, of last
year. It is under consideration
whether a sy tern of twelve cent tele
grams could not be adopted, and it is
believed that the plan will, be put iu
operation as soon as the lines are suf
ficiently extended to accommodate
the anticipated increase of messages.
A few more elections in the North
ern States may open the eyes of the
Southern people to. the disastrous
results arising ironi having among us
6uch lalso teachers as Toombs, Steph
ens, Jeff Davis aud their co-labor?'
ers iu the service of Radicalism.
ThU c!a?s ot malcouteutcd abstrac
tionists are doing more to give
strength to Radicalism and biing
defeat to the Democracy, than all
other causes combined. Without their
aii3, tlin Radical party would have
long since gone to the dogs, aud the
way to victory by the National De
mocracy, would be bright and clear.
The voice of the People must be
heard thundering forth their con
demnation of these would-bc rulers
and repudiating their heresies, or
the last hope of the Republic will
have perished and Grant's imperial
despotism be fastened upon the liber-
tics of our country.
AeeoHPiNG to the Italian journals
the Astrononical Observatory on
Mount Vesuvius is in serious danger
of being destroyed by the river of
red hot, melted lava slowly flowing
down the 6idc of the mountain, and
which has hcarly submerged the hill
on w hich the observatory was erec
ted by the University of Naples
at a cost of $G0,C90. The eruption is
still increasing in violence, aud the
immediate construction of a dyke of
cinders is earnestly rcconuncncd in
oi ea r to change the direction of the
torrent of the lava.
A Military expedition is now fit
ting out atSL Taul's Minnesota, for
th.cpurpo.-c of repressing any hostile
demonstrations of the Sioux Indians
in Yellow Stone Valley, and to escort
tiie engineers engaged in locating
railways through Dakota and Mon
tana. The expedition will leave
F.t Ra-c, on the Upper Missouri, on
September 6th, and will, consist of
seven companies of infantry or 420
met, leides scouts and teamsters,
making GOO men In all.
A lxvisvna.K editor's wifo recently
refused to permit her husband to go on
a fishing excursion becusc ho was yory
apt to gr-t drowned when h vent upon
tho water, and, moreover, did not know
how to swim any more than a goose.
PBEXIUKS AWARDED AT TBI
MAVBT COVXTT FAIR.
Third Jj, Sept, 28, 1871.
Stallion 4 years old entries, by J.W.
Davis, John S- Jones, J. W. Cheaira, W.
T. Boyd, Cranberry & Brown," W. F.
Stone, E. Morrow, J. Brown, James P.
Johnson, (of Williamson), Thos. Gibson,
and Thos. D. Moore (of Marshall). Pre
mium to James P. Johnson; certificate
to Thos. D.Moore, of Marshall.
Best Stallion 3 years old entries, Jos.
A. McRady (of Marshall), John Fitzger.
aid of (Williamson), H. M. Wilkes, Ru
ben Billingtoft, Wm. Biffle and A. M.
Tillman. Premium to Reuben Billing
ton; certificate to John Fitzgerald.
Best Stallion 2.years old entries, by
Robert M. Hughes, Sampson Liggett,
S. A. Pointer, Wm. Ramsey, Miller &
Johnson (of Williamson), S. A. Gordon
(ol Giles), and Cale Thomas. Premium
to Sampson Liggett; certificate to Miller
& Johnson. .'-
Best Stallion lyear old-entries, W.
C. Liggett, S. A. Pointer, J. H. Hill and
James W. Hughes. Preminm to J. H.
Hill; certificate to W. C. Liggett.
Best stallion colt entries, by H. P.
Farris, Benj. Harlan, Newt Goad, S- A,
Pointer, J. H. Hill, R, A, McKay, Sciplo
Thompson (of Williamson), Bosh
Thompson, J. J Gran berry and S. A
Pointer. Premium to H. F. Farris; cer
tificate to Newt Goad.
Best saddle mare 4 year old entries,
by Samuel H. Smith, J. H. Fox, S. A.
Pointer, J. W. Cbeairs, J. A. Adkinson,
Thos. A. Orr, Geo. Roan, J. E. Walker
R. W. Emerson, J. H. Joyce, Seth War-
field, B. W. Rentro, S. A. Gordon, Tbor
M. J. Jones, A. Hill, B. P. Hnmley and
J. W. S. Ridley. Premium to Thos. A.
Orr; certificate to B. P. Humley,
Best mare 3 years old entries, by John
Fitzgerald, James Finley, H. P. Pointer,
Walt T. Neeley, J. P. Johnson, T. M.
Bratton and A. Godwin. Premium to
John Fitzgerald; certificate to H. P
Best mare 2 year old entries, by F.
K. Odill, J. R McClelland, Seth War-
field, James T. Akin, J. W. Glddens,
Wm. Wilcox and G. T. Cecil. Premium
to J. R. McClelland; certificate to F. K.
Best mare 1 year old entries, by S.
A. Pointer, IL . M. . Wilkes, Scipio
Thomson and Wm. Biffle. Premium to
Seipio Thompson; certificate to S. A.
Best mare colt entries, by M. . C
Campbell, W. B. Harris, Robert M. R.
Hughes, W P Gantt, W W Miller, H
H P Pointer, W R Akin, W H English,
Thomas J Sevier, F M Watson, Rush
Thompson, Thomas II Williams, E A
Booker and J J Chandler. Premium to
W C Campbell; certificate W H Englisn,
Best saddle stallion of any ago en
tries, by U F Farriss, J W Davis, Newt
Goad, W T Boyd, Granberry & Brown,
JH Hill, Enoch Brown, J Brown, W C
Liggett; T D Moore, John Jones, John
Figard, Miller & Johnson, Sampson Lig,
gett, G W Moore and James P Johnson.
Premium to Enoch Brown; certificate to
H F Fariss.
Best saddle mare of any age entries,
John R McClelland, S A Pointer, J W
Cheaira, J A Adkinson, T A Orr, H P
Pointer, James Finley, Scipio Thomp
son, John Fitzgerald, Z T Headon, Seth
Warfield and B P Humley. Premium to
Thomas A Orr; certificate to John Fitz
Best saddle horse, mare or gelding
entries, by S A Pointer, J W Cheairs,
Granberry & Brown, G C Gordon, Thos.
A Orr, H P Pointer, J J Thompson, J
Williamson, Thomas Alexander, Enoch
Brown, J Brown, S B Caperton. B P
numley, J PFry.HW Mann, W J Mar.
tin. J W Cheairs, Robert Estes, William
Strickland, A J Edwards, J W House,
W.J Whitthorne, W C Scott, William D
Gordon, Ned Davis, John Fitzgerald
and J W Cheairs. Premium to T A Orr;
certificate to Enoch Brown.
EQUESTRIAN, GENTLEMEN OVER TWEUTT
TEARS OF AGE.
Entries Thomas A Alexander, Wil
liam Strickland, A J Thompson, W J
Whitthorne, H P Webster, J R McClel
land, John S Isom, T D Moore, D M C
Scott, F M Ricketts, H G Kittrell, B P
Humley, W E Ballanfant, J Bunch, F J
Webster, Joseph Braden, S S Higgins
and John H Estes. Premium to Joseph
Braden; certificate to Wm. Strickland.
For the fastest trotting horse, mare or
gelding entries, by Flournoy, Clark &
Co., "Bay Woodford;" Benjamin Har
lan, Thomas Gibson and J G Roberts.
Premium' to Flournoy, Clark & Co.;
certificate to Thomas Gibson.
Best foa?s of saddle stallion "Prince
Pulaski" entries, by A J Alexander,
Jacob Harlan, certificate, J H Ellett,
certificate, D T Chappell, "Archie Lips
comb" premium, J J Chandler, premi
um, W W Miller, premium, M C Camp
bell, premium, Dr. J P Spindle, pre in L
um, R A McKay, premium, W H McFall,
T J Dorsett, W P Gantt, premium.
Best "Slasher" colt entries, by J J
Granberry, certificate, J M Granberry,
H Kittrell premium.
Fonrtb Dnj Irldny.
1UOROCGH BRED HORSES.
Best stallion 4 years old entries, by
W J Moore, "Riley," Joseph A Irvine,
"Comet," J D Carson, "Ricaboeca.''
Premium to W J Moore; certificate to J
Best thorough bred stallion 2 years old
entrie, by J N Porter, premium.
Best thorough bred stallion 1 year old
A M Carter, two entries, premium and
Best thorough bred stallion colt
Premium to Stacy t Johnson.
Best thorough bred mare 4 years old
entries, by P H Ward (of Georgia), J S
Smith, A M Carter, John A Miller, Stacy
Johnson and D B Garrett. Premium
John A Miller; "Alboni" certificate to
Stacy t Johnson.
Itost thorough bred mare 3 years old
entries, by Willliam Strickland and J
B Stacy. Premium to William Strick
land; certificate to J B Stacy.
Best thorough bred mare 2 yenrs old
It C Gordon, premium.
Best thorough bred mare 1 year old-
entries, by J F Smith, N J Mayes, John
A Miller and Stacy A Johnson. Premi
um to John A Miller; certificate to Stacy
Best thorough bred mare colt entries,
by J F Smith, N Tortor, John A Miller j
and Edmund Hughes. Premium to J F !
Smith; certificate to John A Miller.
liest thorouRh bred stallion of any nge
entries by J F Smith, A M Carter two
entries, J D Cason, Stacy fc Johnson,
W J Moor, B W & T M Porter. Premi- j
uui to J F Smith; certificate to W J
Best thorough bred marc ol any age
eutrios, by Edmund D Hughes two en
tries, A M Carter, John A Miller three
entries, William Strickland, Stney A
Johnson two entries, D B Garrett, J B
Stacy R C Gordon and J F Smith 3
entries. Premium to John A Miller;
certificate to J F Smith.
noRSES IN HARNESS.
- liest pair of light harness horses en.
tries, by Thomas Brown, Scott k Cheats
ham, S A t J H Goodwin and Henly
Hagan. Preminm't6 Scott A Cheatham;
certificate to Thomas Brown.
Best trotting gelding S A A J IT Gor
don premium, C F.Barnes, certificate.
Fastest trottingmare, Thomas Gibaom
premium, Benjamin Harlan, certificate
Best pair light harness horses Col.
J w Dnnnington, premium, Thomas
Gibson, certificate on "Rattler's Twins."
Best pair draft horses Dr. J T Akin,
premium, W J Strickland, certificate.
, Best 4 year old harness gelding Scott
A Cheatham, "Scottish Chief" premium,
J P McGaw, certificate.
, Best 3 years old harness gelding
Scott & Cheatham, "Ball Chief, premi
um, M L Stockard certificate.
Best 2 years old harness gelding HP
Cheairs, premium. .
Best equestrian, boy over 15 and under
20-entiies, James C Pillow, J W Cheairs,
jr., R M Priest, J C Witt, W K Stephens,
Frank Lander, A M Looney, jr., George
Wilkes, L N Smith, Erwin Frierson,
John Baird, W R Dickerson, jr., and
John Farris. Premium to John Baird;
certificate to J W Cheairs.
For the best blacksmilhlng, Thomas
Smith, preminm, Jack Long, certificate.
' '. Filth Day Saturday.
' HARNESS STOCK.
- For the best harnesss stallion 4 years
oidsJohn Overton, "Chieftian" premi
um, Thomas Gibson, "Rattler" certifi
cate. Tot the best stallion 3 years old -Scott
& Cheatham, premium; James P John
For the best stallion 2 years old John
Overton, premium, J F Hailey, certifi
ate. For the best stallion 1 year old Col.
W . L McClerland, premium, Daniel J
For the best stallion colt Newton
Goad, premium, Scott A Cheatham, cer
For the best harness mare 4 years old
John Overton, premium, Thomas Gib
For the. best mare 3 years old Mart
Stockard, premium, John A Miller, cer
tificate. - For the best mare 2 years old A T
Hilliard, premium, J M Badgett, certifi
cate. For the beBt mare 1 year oMn John
Overton, premium, J F Hailey, certifi
cate. For the best mare colt M C Campbell,
premium, W H English, certificate.
Best harness stallion of any ago
Thomas Gibson, premium, Cale .Thomas
Best harness mare of any ago John
Overton, premium, Thomas Gibson,
HARES IN HARNESS.
For the best mare in harness 4 years
oldJohn Overton, premium, Thomas
For the best mare in harness 3 years
old M L Stockard. premium, J A Mil
For the best mare in harness 2 years
old A T Hilliard. premium, J T Bal
For the best pony T M Jones,
mium, John Baird, certificate.
For the lastest trotting horso, mare or
gelding John Overton, "Chieftain,"
It would be well if our people gen
erally would exhibit the same precau
tion in warning off the unwary from
the rules of the real estate thieves
that the enterprising railroad officers
d'J in posting conspiculously around
the depots, printed warnings to "Be
ware of pick-pockets." Since the
close of the war, there are many more
of this species in our country than we
had "dreamed of in our philosophy."
The pick-pocket is an old acquaint
ance, which as a general rule, we
have no difficulty in avoiding; but if
unhappily made his victim, he is very
sure of having justice meted out
The highwayman, the sneak-thief,
the counterfeiter, the false-pretender
are each pretty certain of detection
and punishment; but there is one
more class belonging to the general
eenus of thieves, more destestable
than the pick-pocket, less respecta
ble than the sneak-thief, and less
manful than the highwayman, whose
case is not reached by our laws. As a
geueral rule he is a carpet-bagger,
Meanness is most fully developed in
his face. He is one of those beings
made up from the remnants of hu
man building material that lacks such
an organ as the heart, He, it i who
steals the land of the widow, and the
home of the fatherless, under the mis
erable pretense of having purchased it
at a tax-sale. There is scarcely a
county town that has not one of these
Such a man, Lad he lived in the
days of Judas Iscariot, would have
taken the job for five pieces of silver
and Invested it in the Potters-field at
a tax-sale; nor would he ever have
burst his bowels, for bowels are un
known to these soul-less demons.
We desire to direct tbe attention of
the incoming Legislature to this sub
ject that some practical method of
collecting the public taxes may be Re
vised which will not directly encour
age thieving of the lowest and mean
est order. The Comptroller's report
and the experience of every tax-collector
in the State, demonstrates clear
ly that the present system does not
collect the revenue, and that it opens
the door to heartless thieves robbing
and plundering the innocent and
helpless under the nominal sanctily
of our laws.
Tiie Chicago Republican, one of
the most widely circulated and ably
conducted Republican journals in the
Northwest, is now a staunch exponent
of Democracy. It could no longer
stand Radical misrule and Grant's
usurpations. It will be a valuable
auxiliary in the cause of the National
Democracy. It will continue under
the editorial management of J. B.
McCuLLoon, one of the ablest journal
ists connected with the American
press. The weekly is published for
fl.50and the daily $7.00 a year. It
deserves a liberal support from the
The Covington Record mentions
the singular death of a young man
nanred Wells, near Ripley, Tenn.
Several men were working on the j
road, when a Mr. Johnson rode up
and engaged in conversation with one
of them. Presently Wetjls went up
to Johnson and pulled him off his
horse, with the playful remark that
he was going to "ride him on a rail."
A scuffle ensued, in which Wells was
thrown to the ground and in falling
his arm caught under his neck, and
the weight of Johnson falling on his
(Wells') head, broke his necu, tilling
Mr. JeffDaTlsRemoTed to Baltimore
We learn from reliable authority
that, Mr. Jeff Davis has given np
his residence in Memphis, and remov
ed to Raltimore, where he propoees to
reside in the future.
Ik his recent speech at Cincinnati
Gov. Mobton did not seem to be quite
so Ipositlve about the nomination of
Grant for re-election as he was a few
months ago. He said he was not there
to urge anybody as a candidate for the
Presidency. He was for tbe nominee
of the National Republican Conven
tion, and it was his impression that
General Grant would be that nomi
nee. This for Morton was drawing
it mild, and looks a little squally for
the Grant dynasty. . . .
Two facts in Earl Russell's life may
be noticed. When he was young he was
so weakly that no one supposed be
would live to be an old man, and tor
many years this weakness continued.
But when he got to be between 60 and
70, be picked up amazingly and g-vlned
flesh, and now he has nearly reached the
age of tour score a greater age than
any Russell has reached, it is said, for
a century or more. ;
The Cincinnati Commercial one
of the ablest Republican papers pub
lished, has the following well-timed
and well-deserved lick at the major
portion of Grant's minor cabinet :
"Each of the four great men out of
Ghaut's immoral Cabinet, Akeeman,
Robeson, Creswell and Belknap,
is said to be willing to accept the
Vice-Presidency. These great men
think that lightning has fallen into
the habit of striking the underbrush
exclusively. Perhaps it ia so."
Tbe Battle House.
A portion of tho kitchen of the Battle
House, deservedly the most popular
hotel in the South, was destroyed by
fire last week, but tbe hotel received no
further damage, and "never missed a
meal." Gen. Battle knows how to
meet and master difficulties that come
in his way as well as "how to keep a
hotel." The public will find everthing
in excellent order and the table suppli
ed with the best the market affords,
presided over by the biggest hearted
man on the continent.
LlThe St. Cloud Hotel, Nashville, was
Rot closed, (as has been reported,) by
the recent fire, but is open, and ready to
receive the traveling public
Gordon & Eidley
TTni-A incl nnnned a fall stock of the tOT
named articles, conaUting of every variety of
Ladies and e;nildrens
BUTTOX.SIDE AND FRONT LACE KID,
COAT, LASTING AND FANCY
COLORED SHOES. -
Also a fine line of Gents Boots, Shoos and
Gaiters, with a large selection of BaU of all
styles and prices, which they offer cheap for
cash, at the old stand formerly occupied by
Derryborry & Hardison, west lido f ublio
Square. Call and seo us.
Oct. e. 3m.
In pursuance of a Doed of Trust made by
Wm. Voorhies, Jr.. and his wife Amilda.on the
13th of October, 1870, and registered in Maury
county. State of Tennessee, in Book R.. toI. 2,
page 552, on Saturday, the 28th day of Octo
ber, 1811, at the court house in the town of Co
lumbia in said county, I will sell at public sale
to the highest bidder, a tract.of land situated
on the Columbia and Mt Pleasant Turnpike
road, and about one and a half miles from the
said town of Columbia, and bounded on the
west bv said turnpike road, on the north by
the lands of E. W. M'Kady, on tho east by the
lands of A. Gholson, and on the south by the
in,l of (J. W. Blackburn, containing about
twenty-six acre'. Said place is well improT
a with a two story dwelling bouse and neces
sary out houses, and is very desirable for any
one wishing to reside near to Columbia. By
the terms of said deed, said property will be
sold for cash, free from all right of redemp
tion and homestead, the same being especially
waived in said deed. The same will be sold to
nay a note made by said Wm. M. Voorhies,
Jr.. and Armilda. his wife, for 17000, and due
on the 1st day of October-1871.
Oct. 0, 1871. J AAiES 11. THOMAS.
OF REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court
at Columbia, Tenn., at the June term, 1871,
. i- T .. 1 f IJ . .1 -,a I U rr
IU l UB COSe Ul W UUU u. A , C ,UUU A.
Bingham, et al, 1 will sell to the highest bidder
at tbe court House in we lown oi uoiumoia, on
Monday, the 6th day of November, 1671, tbe
tract of land known as the lienson A. Moore
place, situated ia the Wth.civil district of Mau
ry county, adjoining the lands of Mark Biffle,
James Curry, Mrs. W. J . btrayhorn and T. ii.
Cathey, containing about 211 acres. Said land
will be sold on a credit of one and two years,
free from the equity of redemption. Notes
with good security .required oi ine purcnaser,
and a lien retained lor payment ot tbe
Oct. 6. tu.
D.B. COOPER, C.4M
OF REAL ESTATE,
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court
at Columbia, ienn.,uuowuLo term, isn, m
A. M. Wingfiold vs. H.imuel M. Ar-
nell, et al. I will sell to the highest bidder, at
tbe couri nouse uuur iu iuv wwu uj vuiuuiui,
on Monday the 6th day of November, 1871, a
tract or nnrcel of land situated ia the 9th civil
district of Maury county, containing about
72 rcres, including the dwelling ana other
houses contiguous, being tbe place npon whioh
tue said Arneil now resides. Said land will be
sold free from the equity of redemption, on a
credit oi six and twelve montiis, with interest
from day of sale. Notes with good security
roauired of tbe purcnater, ana a lien retained
for payment of purchase money.
1). B. COOPUB, C. & M
Oct. 6, tJ.
Martha A. Wigginton vs. Griffin Wigginton.
It aiiearing to me from complainant's bill
sworn and filed in the above cause that Griffin
Wigcinton is a non-reeiUent of the State of
Tennessee so that the ordinary process of law
cannot bo served on hnn. it is therefore order
ed by me that publication be made for four
successive weeks in the Columbia Herald, a
l i , i ; At- - -. - 1 . ,
newspaper puousnea in mo cny ui ioiumuia,
the last of which shall be at least one week be
fore the next term of the Chancery Court to
be held at the court house in Columbia, Ten
nessee, on tbe 4tn Monu-y in Movem ier ne-,t,
requiring the said Griffin Wigginton then and
there to appear and dead, answer or demur to
complainant s Din ortne same wm betaken
for coniessea as to mm and set lor bearing ex
parte. D. B. COOPER, C. & M.
ocu o. w.
Robert V. Cvnert. Receiver. Ac. vs. Wm.
West. In Chancery at Waynesboro.
The insolvency of the estate of Daniel Jndd.
ded'd was this day suggested by R. P. Cypert,
Receiver of said estate, in onen court, ana it is
ordered by the court that publication be made
in the Columbia Herald, a newspaper publish
ed in the town of Columbia, Tenn., for four
successive weeks requiring all persons holding
claims against the estate of Daniel Judd, dee'd,
to file them with the Clerk and Master in Chan
cery at Waynesboro, Tenn., duly authentica
ted, and make themselves parties to this suit,
on or before the 4th day of July, 1872, or said
claims will be forever barred both in law and
equity. C. B. McLEAN, CAM.
Oct. 6. 1W.
King Prater, ct al, vs. James W. llelton.
In chancery at Waynesboro, October rules,
1871. . , .
In this can;e it appearing to my satisfaction
from affidavit tiled, that the defendant, James
W. Helton is a non-resident of the State of
Tennessee, or that his residence is unknown,
so that the wd i n ary process of law cannot be
served on him, it is theiefore ordered that pub
lication be made for four snccessive weeks in
the Columbia Herald, a newspaper published
in the town of Columbia, the last of which
shall be more than ten days before the begin
ning of the next term of the Chancery Court
to be held at the court house in Waynesboro.
on the 3rd Monday in March, '1872, requiring
the said James
W. llelton then ana mere to
mnr and plead, answer or demur to com
plainant's fbill. or the same will be taken for
confessed as to him and et for bearing ex
a and et tor Bearing e
C.B. McLEAN, C. AM.
Oct. 6. lw.
gALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Pursuant to a decrea of the Worshipful, the
county court of Maury county, at the October
terni.lSTl, in the caueof James 6. Harris,
auia'r, and others, vs. James C3. Hill and oth
er', I will sell to the highest bidder, on the pre
mises, on the 9th day of November next, a val
uabie'iract of land situated in district No. 6,
Maury county, Tenn., containing about sev-eEtv-eiphtand
a half acres, being tbe former
residence of Mirah Hill, dee'd. Tho same
will be sold on a credit of one and two years,
except the sum of one hundred dollars in cash,
the purchaser required to execute notes with
approved security, and alien retained for tho
payment of the purchase money.
OcU 6,-td. JOHN M. HICKEY. Clerk.
JESIDENCE FQR SALE.
iiy residence, on n est jiarnei street, ipo-
site the Episcopal Church, is offered for sale.
t. m.Hn knnwn f n nn, .;.hi to nut. 1
chase. W. R. JOHNSTON
OP REAL ESTATE,
' By virtu of a deem of tha Chancery Coart
at Columbia, Tenn.. at the Aarut (special
term, 1871, in tho case of John & Perry and
wife and others, vs. Asa Hard isoa, Adm'r .,
and others, I will sell to tho highest bidder at
the coart bouae in the town of Columbia, ea
Monday, tho 6th dayfcf NoTOber.a871. two
tract of valuable cedar land, lying ia tho
Mth eivil district of Maury county, one con
taining 20 acres, adjoining the lands of Rob
ert Hardison, dee'd, H. T. Osborne and others.
The other, 25 acres, bounded by tho lands of
Mrs. E. A. Derryberry. R. H. Ogilvie, A. H.
Crawford aad Nathaniel Nicholson. Tho sane
will be sold on a credit of six months, free
from tho right of redemption. Note with
good security will bo required of the purcha
ser, bearing Interest from day of sale, and a
lien retained for the payment of tho purchase
0cU6.-td. D.B. COOPER, C.AM.
ANK OF COLUMBIA.
The Stockholders of tho Bank of Columbia
will hold an election at their office oa tho first
Tuesday in November next, between the hours
of 10 o'clock A. M. and P. M.. for tho purpose
of electing seven directors of said bank for tho
ensuing year. LUCIUS FRIERSON.
Oct. 6. td. Cashier.
pARM FOR SALE. .
I will sell my place one mile from Carter's
Creek 6tation, and seven miles from Columbia,
lying on the N. A D. R- R-, containing 190
acres. The place is one of tho best watered in
tho country. Land good. For terms apply to
Richard McKay or Gen. Lucius E. Polk.
Oct6.-tf. RUFU8 J.POLK.
Lost on Monday. October 2nd. on or near
Public Square, a large'gold ring, with largo red
set. The above reward will be paid for tbe re
turn of same. ALUl
The eonartnershio heretofore existing nnder
tt o name and style of Hodge & Attwell. is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. L. H. Att
well assumes all liabilities of said firm.
GEO. D. HODGE,
tep 29. L H. ATTWELL.
L. H. ATTWELL,
PLAIN TIN & J1PAN WIRE,
AND DEALER IN
STOVES OF ALL KINDS, G3ATES OF
DIFFERENT SIZES AND VARIETIES,
MARBLEIZFD MA STLES, IN ALL STYLES
together with a nice assortment of
COAL BUCKETS. VASES, COAL TONGS,
SHOVELS, POKERS, 4c, Ac.
THE MORXIN'tl STAR.
TUB SOUTHERN CANON.
THE WILD FLOWER.
RE DWAY'S PATENT
open front, with blower.
The aboro mentioned Stoves are tho very
best in the market, and will be sold to suit the
times, ana guaranteed to give enure srt-s-faetion.
Orders for Tin Ware. Plain. Japaned
and Stamped. Furnishing floods and Hollow
Ware nromDtly filled.
Can supply Cooking and Heating Stoves of
every kind, at prices to suit purchasers.
Among those aeait in, are the superior, fash
ion ana raimetto, au of wmcn are weu known
and tried Stoves.
9W Country ordors solicited and filled at the
very lowest cash pricrs. South Main Street,
next door to Lamb ABoyds Furniture House,
N, B. Prompt attention given to Roofing,
unuenng ana ioo irorx,
1871. FALL 1871
Bolivar II. Cooke. Jko P. White,
B. H. COOKE & CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
SHIRTS, DRA WER&, &t.
70 Pcblic Square, Nashville.
We would respectful!;
Iy announce to the RE
TAIL MERCHANTS ol
f Mury and adjoining
counties, that we will have in store, ready for
exhibition by tbe 1st of September one of the
LARGEST and most ATTRACTIVE stocks of
Uoods, usually kept in our line, tnt has ever
oeen onerea to me Merchants or lenaessee.
The many years experience which we hare
bad in this business familiarity with the
wants of the trade, and the purchaso of at
least tnree-rourtns or oar goods before the enor
mous advance in woolen fabrics, justify as in
the promise to our old patrons, as well as all
new beginners, that we wiU offer them induce
ments tne current season.
WE SELL ONLY TO MERCHANTS.
Sept. 22.-2m, B. H. COOKE k CO.
CN.Ordwit. J. C. Gordo. J.P.McGciaa.
"VRDWAY, GORDON & McGUIRE,
No. 80 C 62 South Market Street,
Wo are determined to represent tho interests
or the sellers only ; we respectiuiiy solicit con'
signments from you and promise to exert our.
selves to promote your interests and give satis
faction. Each member of this firm will be on
hand and give their personal attention to the
business. tept. zz. ly.
Bay for'iHh anil Save 23 prr Cf nl,
Shccgog & Son.
ana Kiecrrisc tbiib
Foil and Winter Stock of
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
Which will be sold for CASH, at lower prices
than tbe same Quality or uoods can bo
bought in any part of the State.
Most of our Boots and Shoes are Hand-made.
ana every pair warraniea.
A single trial will make good theso claims :
Tbey are the best i
. Xbe most pliable:
The most economical !
The most comfortable!
Tbe most durable 1
And much tbe cheapest!
We huve bnt ONE PRICE, and it is marked
la plain figures. Eastern Goods abo kept by
us and told at about cost.
We ean have any kind of Boots and Shoes
made to order, by measurement. tept. 2).
InChnnecry at Columbia. Tennessee. Lips
comb A Bros, ts. M. L. Tunnell.et al.
It appearing to me from complainant f bill
sworn to, tha. M. L. TannolJ is a Bou-residept
of the State of Tennessee, so that me ordinary
nnu-Hi fiflnwHnnnt ha aerved udou nim. it is
therefore ordered by me that publication be
made for four successive weeks in the Columbia
Herald, a newspaper published in the town of
Columbia, Maury county, Tenn., the last of
whicblshall bet least one week before i ne next
sitting of the Chanoery Court, to be held at tba
court house ia Columbia on the 4tn inonaay in
November next, roauiring.tho said M. L. ma-
Bell then aad there to appear aad plead, an-
to appear aad pic
" r.!' kill ,v,a
n4lmuJ? frfdibi Km a
same will be taken Tot confessed as lo aim, ana
t Bep.J9.-vw" D. B. C00PEB, C.4JT.
. 1 '.Mr. 1 1 .-'!. j . i
GOOD NEWS TO
Hew Era Dawned in
The Practice of
AND TREATMENT Of M
J r - i .
READ AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES.
Dr. Wm. A. Loveland, formerly of Memphis,
late of Nashville, has permanently located in
Columbia, Tenn., and can bo consulted at his
office. East Market Street, 2nd door from cor
ner, and invites the afflicted public to examine
h;s testimonials to the Mcceaaful treatment of
Chronic Diseases of every character. He pos
sesses every facility for tbe successful treatment
of all disease of Head, He-t, Throat, Lungs,
Dispepsia, Rheumatism, Nearalgia, Diseases of
the Kidneys, Chronic Diaihea, r"ile Nervous
Diseases, etc, also Epilepsy or Fits. Special
attention given to tbe treatment or t emaies; all
irreeularitlea of the Morthlv Periods, rains
of Menstruation, Leucorhea or Whites, Pro
lapsus Lten, or falling of tbe Womb. Ulcera
tion, Tumors, Hysteria,- etc. Caneers extracted
root and branch, without tho loss of blood, in
about one week.
Patients can be treated by letter. Med icines
sent to ad parts of the country by express
Letters of inquiry promptly replied to by en
closing stamp. Address,
DR. W. A. LOVELAND,
t Columbia, Tenn,
Testimonial asid Editorials.
From the Union & America.
Wo law a Tape Worm on exhibition at Squire
Casity's office, 27 feet long, extracted by Dr.
Loveland from a gentlemans stomach, living
" - To lh A mixed.
Dr. Loveland cured me of consumption, af
ter all hopes of my recovery was lost by my
Nashville, Augnstlolh, 1871. -
I was confined to my ream for 18 month ih
inflammatory rheumatism, and Dr. Loveland
eurea me souna ana weu. rraiy yours,
W. H. DTCABT,
Dr. Loveland cured a cancer on my face of 8
years standing, and I have no symptoms of can
cer bow. H. bTrwarr,
Franklin. Ky., Sept. 11th, 1870.
Br ce-utehen.net :eca near.
Cox, Henry Pae, J. H. Mcllwaine, whose
names appear to certificates of Dr. Loveland,
published in the Franklin Sentinel. We
know the-n to be persons of strict integrity,
of good demeanor and worthy of credit ia any
B. W. Haw, Clerk Simpson eo., Ky.
J. S. 6t voap. Judgoof Court. -J.
J. BocAjr, Sheriff,
P. B. Droit, Clerk Circuit Court.
May, 1st, 187C
Etlilorial FraMi Semite.
The Certificates that Dr. Lorelani! Tiaa mk.
lished in-this weeks paper, should be read by
as nia cares are miraculous inueea.
. Editorial from Botrliag QnrJk firstoemf.
Tir. Loveland pomes to our eitv for the treat
ment of chronic diseases. The Dr. eoaee well
recommended has many certifies ten from onr
best eitisens, here whoso names will bo reeog-
mioa, as io nis sani as a rnysician.
I cheerfully recommend Dr. Loveland t tho
afflicted public as a gentleman and. yeung
pnysician oi great pneeess.
- Most respoeuuny, .
Pior. SrEieaaL, M.D..
Memphis, Feb. 13th, 18.
I was prostrated with Scrofula for rear
years, and Dr. Loveland cured sao ia tore
monies or all symptoms or this fatal disease.
Joss T. rV-aroos,
Bowling Green, Ky., Jane 12th, 1870.
Ir. Lovelnad cured me of Bronehiti after
spending a fortune in paying doctors bills aad
using patent medietas, .
K es pectin l :y,
-. j Wm. Bi'Bca. :
Ttr. Loveland raised my daughter after she
was giren.up to die of Prolapsus Uteri, by two
Physicians. -'..;' -
I14TT1B Xt, I van,
Nashville, Tenn Aug, 5, 1871.
Ttr. Loveland removed all symptom of Hec-
ondaryBypbelias from my system ia si a weeks.
, Joss B. l'OTTa
I was eured of Scrofula Sore Eyes of eight
years standing oy vt. Loveiaaa ia two
months. -" ' j
f. U. AWfVUOOEf.
Franklin, Ky., Dec 1870.. '
i - r
Ttr. T.nTtand cured me of Drnusev of inv
whole system, face, stomach, bowels, legs and
feet wss swolen to such an extent I thought
my skia would break.
Franklin, Ky.. Ncv. 11, 1870, -
I was eonfinnl it my roes saost of tho time
for one year of 'isr-easi. aad Dr. Lovelaad
eared mo in Mi r at oaths of all syaaptexna
of this most agreraiina disease, aad now-feel
as stout as ever : eatevorrthiag I like, and
recommend tb Do-tor to all afflicted, .
Franklin, Ly , July 27th 187BL
Mv wife had Pneiletie Stroke of out side'
and Dr. Lovel-! cured her sound aad well.
Woodbarn. Ky.. P rt: 9 h. 1870.
Dr. has hundreds ' :t lie! c- all dir-
inm mil y w.ept t-i;r ei Miir.s
tho aoev saffieieat tvribt -ar ii.
. . i . t .. i -i . i i
This is to certify that we are penoaaUyae
laiated with Wm. H. Staart.W.B. Inier.
H. Waters. P. E. Harris. J. Lock. W. r'
1. J. Martin. Jalr. nn
KicHmond in the
' 1 " CoLtma, Ti Sept. 29th, ls7I
-1 would respectfully announce to tho pooplo
Of Maury, and .the adjoining counties, that
have just received and am opening a largo
and complete' assortment of ,
SHELF AND HEAYY
Consisting in part of
W0STENH0LM, WADE AND BUTCHER
AND ALL BRANDS
AMERICA AMD CSOIJSn
OF ALL KINDS,
HORSE AND MULE SHOES,
CEMENT, HOLLOW WARE,
FIRE BRICKS, HUBS, SrOKES,
Stoves & Tinware,
and everything pertaining to a
FIRST-CLASS TIN SII0I
TIN ROOFING, GUTTERING,
: SLATE ROOFING,
in all styles.
And in fact everything pertaining to the
general business, which I intend selling at
tho vary lowest rates for CASH.
Thankful for past patronage, I ask for a con
tinuance of the same In the future.
Call and examine my stock and prices, and
I feel confident that all will find it lo their in
terest to favor mo with their patronage. .
Sept. 2D.-tf. W. L. MURPHY.
Fire and Marine
3NO at) MAD1HON HT,
. V. VKEPEJiBUBGU. V. President.
.UROI NER. Secretary.
, L1TTLEJOHN. Ass't Secretary.
W. II. ItritAlvr, Ciejt'l A't.
This Company Is among the oldest snd largest of
SOUTHERN FIRE INSURANCE
AU classes of Fire Rinks aecovted at rates
commeausrate wita tue hazard assumed, aad
a fair bnsineia orofit fur the money Invested, to
back up tho premiums of tho company Far-
men will consult their interest by applying to
this eompany, or its agent, before injuring
their xweinngs, name, otaoies or t-ottoa
Uins. JOSH. tt. BAILEY. AsanT,
Kept. Z2.tf. Columbia, lean.
Has this day oaened a larae stock of
and n inter uoods, sucn as
DRT GOODS, '
NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS, Ac
Tha most nf my atoek has been nnrehased
before the advance in the eastern markets.
Being determined to sustain tho reputation of
any bouse aa tbe best and cheapen place to
trade in, 1 promise my customers a bargain ia
every article in my line. at. JUbJuPU.
I have this day sua tested to John M. Hie key.
Clerk of the county court of Maury eeuaty.
the insolvency of the estate of J. 1. R
dee'd. notice is hereby given to all pei
having claims against raid estate to file '
with said elerk, duly authenticated, on or be
fore tho 25th day of December, 171, or they
will be barred. J.w.AHi.aa
Sept. 24, .
T. J. COLEBURN,
Has just opened the largest assortment of
LADIES' GENTLEMEN AND BOY'S
Boots, Shoes and Hats,
New and Fresh- His prices will come oyca if
sot under any other merchant in loiumoia.
One-half in good stock, the balance on time.
Five different tracts, some of them bave a
lenty of cleared land lor almost any family.
k Trr bet cattle, stieea and hO ranra. ex.
collect water and timber.- Price to suit the
times. Apply to J. W. Page, or W. O. Wither-
Spoon. loept. IS. 3m.
rpHE NASHVILLE FAIR
Is held October 3. 4, 5. 6 and 7. National Agri
cultural Convention meets at the same time and
place. For Programme address,
JNO. U. WILLIAMS. O.nl Agent.
Hept.fJ.-lt. asa villa. Toan.
1 Til S
Th neatest safest aad nwst enuwalea t Frag li t.'
Jarlaaae. For sale by . - , .
T.B.1ATJU. a- i 4
Growth of 1870. Warranted fresh aad genoiae.
Just received direst Iron
D. Landreth A S,
T. B. RAINS.
ED ONION CLOVER,
White Onion Sett.
Tellow Onioa Setts,
T. B. BAINS.
Japanese Fishing Rods.
Balance Wheel Reel.
-Silk and Sea Urass Line. , ,
Forged Limerick Hooks. '
And everything nreesry lo make aa aa Aas
Ier s outfit ia good stylo. For ssJo by
T. B. BAINS. ..
JJESICATED COCOANUT, '
IToMford's Baking Powder, r Brain food.
Sea Moss Fariae.
For sale by T. B. RAINS.
- Browa'g -Log Cabin" Chewing Tobaeaov
For sale by T. B. RAINS.
100 LBS' BLUE STONE,
KJO lbs. Kaltpetre. at
T B. RAINS'
Muriate of Tta, ' 1
Always oa hand at
T. B. RAINS.
Window Glass, all sizes, from I by I, to SB fcjr
. rt sale at
WINES AND BRANDIES.
Our owa Importations, express! for MeC
einal Purpose. For sale by
A very superior Article, just recoivc4 awt W "
sale by . .
T. B.BAXJrSr '.'
"prUNTER A FERGUSON,
Have moved out of tho Calaboose, and rate
the building . ,
One Door Below SheegogV
And opposite the Kelson Hoase. I , J '
They wiU be pleased to do work for the
People of Maury County '
They are prepared to make
NEW SADDLES, '
of the same. One of our firm, (Ben. FergaseaJ ' ",'
has the reputation of being a
No. 1 Boot and Shoe Maker, " V. -
and will do work as well and as Cheap as aay '
shop ' .-
This Side of the Ohio River '
Thankful for patronage In times past, he sew . -
uciis a cnuunuance oi ine same ia IU ratOIW.
Columbia. Tenn.. Jane 30th. 6m.
AU persons are hereby warned against heal
ing, or otherwise trespassing oa our premise,. -
Ononders will be prosecuted.
K.8. EWELL. ' mi
8ept. C-lni. CAMPBELL BROWN.
Editob Hxiald: ' ' ' '
Please say to your friends and leesorieers
that oar . . . -
. M TENNESSEE" (Wrought Iron,) -tf r
AND -AMERICAN- WOOD "
COOKING .STOVE 8,.
Beau ire no certificates to prfvS that they
ARE THE BEST IN THI MARK IT.
They challenge a test. r - i
We have a complete aad extensive stoeS oil, ,
. Ac, Ac, &.c, ' ..
At ehenn arieee. '
We put on Tin and Mate Rnvfa, aad de Co- . -
per wore el all kinds.
PHILL ' I t It.
No. 22 College Street.
NASHVILLE, - - TENNXMEI ,
PROPERTY FOR SALE, v
Howe aad lot contain ins six or eight acres af
land: heuse frontina Mate street, two stork
high, with five rooms, well finished, all aseep
saryout baildings; tpleadid wetlwithia
steps of the house; aa excellent msedswef -four
acres, two beautiful sitaatieae for SeiieV t.
ing, fronting Maia street, and a variety a the
best kinds fruit trees. Taking it altogether. It .
is one of the most desirable lots ia Mt. feas
ant. Teaa., which I will sell very low, aoa
upon reasonable terms.
IT , U. Ill Ji Jt
' Sept. 15. 3m.
R RALE AT GREATLY ' '
Wist Maw Stbest, CotoxaU, Tbkis
DEALER IN '" ''
Watches, Jewelry and Clocks,
Solid Silver and Silver Plated Ware,
Fine Table Cutlery, '
and such articles as are usually found ia Jew-
r stores, oners his stock for sale at greatly
need prices, to make roost for aew goods. .
articles warranted as renraseated.
Particular attention maid
vt mcnes, jewelry, viocks, e.
Harins the annointmant of sole ssent for
the sale of the pesfeeted spectacle, I have ea ;
hsnd a large to:k, every pair warranted per
fect and correctly focused. ep-
New Styles of
PIQUE, prated and white.
PIQUE FLOUNCING, end other style of Pie, a
1 rinimaigT; .
BL-VCK SILKS, pond aswu-twi -iit, at retime 1
Wi-iiK.w Ctstiix Matkmal, 8m, Cav
rmse. Wall rargu, rrc.
l2v WJ. DALE ASONS,'
3 .1 M