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regard to the Herald Office business
of "a. S. llomley A Co.; and take this
method to state that we have nothing
to do with the business of the Herald
Office prior to January 1st, 1872, ex
cept lor subscription. All subscrip
tions duo the old firm can be paid in
to the present proprietors; but all
monies due the old firm for job work
and advertisements can be paid to W.
II. Timmons, Esq. We will be com
pelled to have settlements quarterly
with our patrtns. We cannot
in allow accounts to run lrom year
o year. We trust this system will
1 satislactory: and that parties will
not look to us, as a firm, for settle
ment of the old firm debts. The pub
lic will please retain this in mind,
and not insist ou bringing the dobts
a k. llorslev A Co.. up as offsets
H'-ainst the accounts of Horsley Bro's
CoL E. C. McDowell, a talented young
iwrar nf Mnmnhis. was in vui vunu
Jno. M. Gault, of the house of Jehieal
A Read, was in town several days this
trmik. Hnia familiarlv known to the
merchants of Tennessee.
Col. W. S. McLemore was in town
Monday, taking the opportunity ot an
nouncing himself personally to the peo
ple as a candidate lor criminal j uugo.
Hev. A. G. Dinwiddle, Presiding El
der of the Savannah District, passed
Di roii. 'li Columbia last AVednesday, on
liis way back home from the Bishops'
Mot t inn at Nashville. We regret to
learn that Mr. Dinwiddie contemplates
j oining the Missouri Conference. How
ever, it is a tine field for a young and
talented preacher, and we wish him
Hbundant success in all hia undertak
ings. Col. It. F. Loouey, of Memphis, has
leen in our town recent ly. He is a can
didate for Congress in the Memphis dis
trict, and we trust that he will be elect
ed. He towers above other jnen, in
physical stature, like Saul, when he
was crowned kin of Israel, and in all
the land there is none more comely.
His mind i like his bod, larRe and
strong, and well disciplined. He is a
philosopher and a statesman, and has
nothing of the spread-eaglo style, so
Itopular before the war. He is Just the
iiud of mn the people now want in a
representative at the national capi
tal, practical, ensiblo, statesmanlike,
conciliatory; a man calculated to bring
altouta better stateol feeling between
the sections latoly at war, by hi wis
dom, patriotism, and common senae.
i. W. Malone, formerly of this coun
ty, but for years past a resident of Web
Imrville, Teaas, has removed to Manor,
Travis county, Teaaa, and within about
twelve miles of Austin, U says that
the Hkralp, of which he baa been a
nultscriber for years, and lor which be
pays lor two years in advance, is next
in his allectious to his wife and chil
dren, and expresses the vary kind
vili that he had live hundred dollars
iiaend us. We will take the will lor
the deed, and thank him for his good
intentions just as heartily as if we had
revived the five hundred. We believe
that Mr. Malone's fat hex lives between
Ashwood and .ion Church,
lirrorntion of 'onfMleralrs -day
at Itofcellill t'maetrry.
At three o'clock the Town Be'l will
ring: the procession will form as follows,
to-wiU The citizens will form on either
Hide ol West-Main street, from the
Square to Garden strcitttf the Mas.ins
nd Kod Men, on Fast side cf Harden
street, right of Masons resting on cor
ner of Garden and West Main streets
Odd Fellows on west side of Garden
street, left resting on corner of Garden
and West-Main streets; Schools on
uth side of West-Main street, right on
corner of Garden and Wet-Mainstreots;
Fire Companies on north side pf West
Main street, right resting iu front ol M.
The procession will move out Bt half
past three o'clock, in the following
order: Citizens inlront; 2d, Masons; 31,
Odd Follows; tlb, lied Men; 6th, Schools;
th. Fire Companies- Ctb, Vehicles.
Col. John V. Wright and & Y. Pil
low, Esq , are the orators of thju owca-
Nhrlbyt ille Turnpike.
The prople of Shelby ville hav voted
ilu-ne thousand dollars to the Shelby-
viIIa aiul Flat Creek Turnpike. Their
pike will come in liiuttn or twenty
miles of Columbia, and our citiiteus
should help the people of Bear Creek
and Rlong;the banks ot Duck River to
build the western end of it. The trade
of Flat Creek all goes to Nashville
now. bacauae tuoy have no road to Co
lumbia. S June Mffllujc.
We have been requested by tho col
ored people ot this place to say that
there will be no Juno meeting this year.
They have coma to this conclusion
liMaiifie there bs beeu too much sell-
tn.r of whiskv. cakes. Ac. on lhsa oc
casions, by persons who take advantage
ol the opportunity to make money by
t. This course r.ursued by the mem
bers otthe colored fiuuj;es, in refusing
n June meeting, wUl be couiUMJ,;ued Dy
all right-thinking people.
X cue of Equine lAck Jaw furrd.
About a week ago a valuable horse,
leloiging to our esteemed lellow citi
zen, Col. L. D. Mvers, wa taken with
the alsive dreadful and Kjmost always
latal disease, and Mr. John P. McIJaw,
into whosa nauds the horse was com
mitted lor treatment, tried all usual
emedies known to vtprinry surgeons,
without affording any 4Lef however.
As a last resort, Mr. McUaw deternioed
to try tho effects of Sulphate of Quinia.
Mectiug Doctor Dorselt upon the street
be enquired or him the proper dose of
that medicine, when tte latter gentle
man, alter inquiring into the symptoms
ot the case, and bejngled by theanology
of the case to a similar fcTfH-tioG in man,
puggested tho ejiiplovnient of the
Hydrate of Chloral. Tbis suggeotin
was acted upon with the happiest result
the horse being entirely relieved.
We have gone into these details hop
ing this remedy, proven so successful in
this case, may be trUul in other cases,
and be 'he means of earing noble and
valuable steeds from the clutches of so
leartul a disease as this oue of lock jaw.
Two doses of half an ounce each were
Col. Geo. W, Polk, of this pounty, has
for many vears had on his larm the
finest imported cattle; and while it
would be hard to improve his herd, he
ti.. .t,T..irtiinit v to add to it. A
titwirt lima kiiuw l.la son Cant. James
Polk, bought at ew Orleans IbKtf Dur
Imms. ervrt.1 direct from England by
Kdwarci lMiilin Paranns Fowler. Ot the
Island of .Icrsev. Kncrland. and South
ampton, England. Below we give the
namea of the cattle, and would also like
to add their iediurecs, but have not the
snare. 1 tie iiedittree ot each, however,
is quit long, and uuikIhts some ot the
unesi auiuiaia iu:u .i,i .ngianu, wnu
all her love for Cno stock, has produced.
(Vtl. Polk's Durhamuaro uauied; Cherry
Kud; Fanny Kih; IUmI Bloom. Cap, P,
bought also one Hampshire Down
liuOf and a Blue fckye lerrier.
The excellent wife of Mr. Jesse B.
Harris, of tbis place, died last Monday
evening at six o'clock. She was one of
the most estimable women in all our
land, and wherever she moved, in the
social circle, in ber cbnrcb, and at
home, her death has created a void that
will not soon be filled. "Blessed are
the dead who die in the Lord."
D. A. Dugger has bought the Bigby
Cotton Factory, located near Mt. Pleas
ant, from Ricketts and Hagan.
A blind hoise, belonging to Mr. J. B.
Woodside, fell over the river bluS in
the bend, recently, killing it almost in
stantly. The following cases have oeen re
manded by the Supreme Court to the
Circuit Court at this place:
James M. Granberrv vs. Ed. Williams:
O. M. Cannon vs. W. J. Whitthorne,
Clerk; S.W. and John Frierson vs. W
R. Connor; Francis M. Dillard vs. Jno,
Be!lanfant, adm'r; C. A. Douglas vs,
Furman A Co.; A. J. Fitzpatrick. ad'
ministrator of Louisa Y. Winn, vs. Jno,
Cheatham; Heirs of NaneyG. Marr vs
II. O.Gilliam and others; A. J. Pugh vs.
Jno. A. Revier; W. J. and D. R. Sowell
vs. B. M. Gillespie and W. M. Sullivan
et at.; R. C. Jamison vs. Ida Parkes and
A concert was given on Friday night,
the 3rd inst., atthe Atrican M. E. Church
by the school taught in that church
(Miss Anna Flippin, teacher.) The ex
ercises were commenced witn singing
iv the school, then prayer by Rev. B.
Williamson. The whole entertainment
was such as to give credit to both teach
er and pupils. We believe that God, in
his wise Providence, has Messed the
school, and the teacher has sowed good
seed in that part of tho vineyard
among the colored children. It is hoped
that the school may continue in its pros
The lollowire named prominent per
sons have registered at the JNeison
House since our last issue: Robert Shee-
gog. Major John C. Thompson, Judgo J;
C. Gaut, John M. Gaut, of Nashville; T.
(. Harris, of Sumner county; Judge it.
I Caruthers. of Lebanon, Tenn ; R. P.
and Miss Sallie Gaoway; Col. E. C. Mc
Dowell, of Memphis; Charles 11. Bran
don. Lewisburg. Tenn.: Geo. Lee, New
Col. Geo. W. Polk returned from the
South last Saturday night. He does not
bring cheering news from Mississippi
Negroes are not working at all satisfac
torily, and tears are entertained that the
cotton crop will not be a large one.
The negroes of this vicinity chartered
a car, and went to Nashville last Sun
day to a big baptizing; but were very
much chagrined to learn when they got
there that they were a week ahead ol
time. They came home very much dis
It is a little remarkable that three
persons, Mrs. Jesse S. Harris, of this
town, and Mr. Elijah Rieves and Jackie
Fleming Dobbins, died last Monday
evening about the hour of six o'clock.
Mr. Rieves was an old soldier of the
war of 1312, and had been sick a long
The May term of our Circuit Court
commenced last Monday. Maj. Thomp
son and Judge Gaut, of IN ash ville, and
Judge Caruthers, of Lebanon, were
among the lawyers in attendance from
abroad. His honor, Jndge Martin, is
on the bench, he having recovered from
bis recent indisposition.
The Hop at the Nelson House, last
Friday night, was a brilliant success,
and relieved much eredit on the pro
jectors and managers.
Dr. S. W. Frierson has received a let
ter from Mr. Alex. Bert, Duck Hill,
Miss., in which he states that Smith and
Williams, now confined in jail at this
place for stealing jewelry lrom Mrs. S.
W. Frierson, were at his house about
the 15th of February and contracted to
work for him the balance ot the year for
$125 each. They represented that they
had (pawned their trunk at; Hernando,
for board, and begged Mr. Bert to ad
vance them $25 to redeem it. He did so,
after which the said Smith and Williams,
alias Mnffit and James, departed for re
gions unknown. The night before they
left they exchanged dry goods with
youDg Bert and took about twenty dol
lars from his trunk.
The Colored Orphan Asylum, near
Bums Spring, erected by the orphan
society, was formally oened yester
day by an address by Dr. Win. Mack.
OVEB THE CWCKTT.
Quarterly Meeting will bo held at
Pleasant Ridge the third Saturday and
Sunday In May.
Eaq. Geo. W. Kinzer is announced as
a candidate lor Representative lrom
The assessor at lXliry County will
meet in Columbia on the third Satur
day in May to equalize the taxation.
At Rock Springs last Sunday, just as
services were about commencing, the
house oi Dr. Long was discovered to be
on fire. The congregation immediately
went to the rescue, and succeeded in ex
tinguishing the flames and saying his
property, it was noticed that, although
there were several young men present,
they were urn. bio to get to the burning
uousebelore Mr. Geo. M. Cannon, who
outstripped every oue in getting to tho
The Shelbyvllle Rescue advocates tho
building of the Duck River Valley Rail
road. Ikjntijiue to lend us your valua
ble rid, Rescue, apd wo will get the road.
R. G. Harris, .who started with tbjr
teeu cedar rafts for New Orleans during
the last lrshet, only got four of ihem
safely out of Duck River. One of them
brokein two at Columbia, several others
on the Inkstand Bars, and a few at
the "Devil's Elbow." Mr. Harris
thinks the reason b dU pot get through
safely was on account of the river being
so high that he could not land at night.
He has started a company ot men down
the river, to gather up all the fragments
of the disabled rafts.
liov. W. H. Hughes, the Methodist
paster at Culleoa station, wont to the
Bishop's Meeting, last week, and John
Stricklaud, a theological student at' the
Culleoka Institute, preached in his stead
last Sunday night. He took his text
from the 3d and 4th verses of the 23d
Psalm, and delivered an eloquent ser
mpn; He bids fair to be a star preacher.
We learn that there were several per
sons at "Nigger island, la.t tunjjaj',
quite successful in grabbing red-horse.
Jim Lollin caught more tLan any one
The next regular meeting jt Rock
Springs wdl be on tho third Sunday in
"Jane, did you" catch a beau at
Salem to-day. In your new dress?" "1
dunno I saw Mr. John Coleman look
at me and larf."
Cclleoka, May 7, '72.
EuiiyES Herald: I solemnized the
rites of matrimony batween Thos. P.
Scott and Miss Narcissa Stinson, to-day
at 10 o'clock, a. m. I have been a little
ont ot my regular course these were
not runaways, but were married at the
residence of the bride's mother, near the
city of Ktversville. Miss Mary Roler
will open ber school ai this place next
Monday. The small-pox excitement
lias all died out here, and Prof. W. R.
Webb will resume his school next Mon
day. James T. Hunt.
Cam 'ieitolf, jef this county, has re
moved his sawmill' iv th yicinity of
Uillsboro, Williamson county.
Department of the Interior,
Office of Indian Affairs,
Washington, D. C. April 29, 1872,
Sir: I have the honor ta acknowl
edge the receipt, by your reference ol
tho 25th inst., of a letter from W. J.
V bjlthorno, jr., dated April 15, 1S72, in
which bv that Rufus Ward, said to
be a Ciierokco Injun, born in North
Carolina and now residing at Columbia,
Tennessee, be furnished with transpor
tation to the Cherokee Nation in the
In reply I have to state, that the on
ly lunds at the disposal of the Depart
ment that can be applied to the purpose
referred to, are thte appropriated un
der the act of July 2i, IMS, by which a
sum equal to f53.33, with interest
thereon, is set apart for each individual
of the Cherokee Nation, who remained
in the State of North Carolina at the
tima of tjie treaty of New Echotain 1830;
but only those whose names appear on
the census of Eastern Cherokees taken
by J.(i. Mullay in lSi9, or their legal
heirs as represented by the census taken
by S. H. Swelland in 1868, are entitled
to the benefit of said act.
As tha name il Kuius Ward does not
apjear on any of said rolls he is not
legally entitled to share in the removal
aud subsistence fund provided as above.
An estimate for a special appropria
tion to enable the Department to pro
vide for tho removal to the Indian Ter
ritory ol Eastern Cherokees not other
wise provided for, has been submitted
to Congress, Should favorable action
be had thereon, the oaae referred to in
Mr. Whitthorne's letter will receive due
Your obedient servant,
F. A. Walker,
Hon. W. C, Whitthorne,
House ol Representatives.
4taarwna ffeart May Teraa, ,
John G. Horsley offered his resigna
tion as Administrator of Mary Jane
Thompson, dee'd, and Mrs. L. Ker-
chival appointed instead.
Mae. Gray appointed overseer in place
of John Trousdale.
T. II. Helmick appointed adminis
trator of John Jackson, dee'd.
John 8. West appointed administra
tor o: ljizzie lirown, doc d.
Lucius W. Grimes appointed admin
istrator of Julia E. Todd, with will an
H. C. Kirk appointed administrator
oi Austin sutler, dee'd.
Cam Whitthorne was granted a cleik's
certificate to obtain license to practice
P. L. Derryberry appoint 1 overseer
insieaa oi it. a. uanie.
Thos. L. Porter appointed adminis
trator of Nimrod Porter, dee'd.
Settlements were made with the fol
lowiug persons, which were approved
by the court: Henry Harris, guardian
ot vv. 11. Henderson et al., bnai; w. a,
Bunch, guardian of Annie McKlssack
final; Nancy Morrow, administratrix
ot Samuel Morrow, dee'd, final; Foster
s Tomlinson, administrators of PicKard
Foster, dee'd; W. O. Roberts, guardian
or A. P. Roberts; A. b Johnston, ad
ministrator ot Lucy Mack, dee'd, final
John Glenn, guardian of Jas. M. Bailey,
J. H. Witt, administrator, was ordered
to make settlement with the clerk.
Report of the sale of the Jas. F. Don
aldson land, confirmed.
The case of W. C. Rummae, charged
by Sarah Childers, with being the father
of ber bastard child, came up for
hearing; after hearing the witnesses, it
was ordered thst the defendant tw re-
teased, and the county taxed with the
J. H. Inman appointed overseer in
place of Fletcher Ctieath mi.
J. F. Morton, it. li. tuckets and Joan
Terrv. appointed commissioners to
Lewis County nemoeratlc Convention
The Democracy of Lewis County met
in convention at Newbnrg on Monday,
tne 7tn day ot May. jsyz. J. v. StocK
urd was called to the chair, whV ex
plained the object of the convention.
and U. Iv. Plummer whs elected Secre
I be following resolutions were unani
mously adopted, viz:
Jiegoivea, That one delegate ue ap
pointed from each civil district to
represent the De'mocratic Party of Lewis
County In the State Convention, which
will meet in Nashville on the 9th inst.,
to nominate a democratic candidate for
Governor; aud that delegates appointed
by this convention are hereby autuor-
zed to select their proxies to represent
the Democratic Party of Lewis County
in said State Convention, provided any
ot said delegates shall not be able to at
tend said convention.
Resolved, That the Democratic Party
of Lewis County do endorse the wise
and patriotic administration of our State
Government by his Kxceiieney gov,
John C. Brown, and that tho delegtes
appointed by this convention be and are
hereby instructed to vote, as a unit, for
Itesolved. That the Chairman be and
is hereby appointed to represent the
county at-large in said State conven
The following delegates were appoint
ed lrom the several districts ot tne
county: Zack Wilson, Paris Cooper,
A. G. (ioodman, 11. i. Jones, jonn
Lewis. Wiley Smith, Wm. Grinder, L
Hesolved, That the Democratic Party
of Lewis County do endorse the wise
and patriotic course pursued by our
able and efficient representative in
Congress, Hon. W. C. Whitthorne, and
that the Democratic Party ol Lewis
County is in favor of his re-election.
Resolved, That this invention ten
der the thanks of the Democratic Party
of Lewis County to Col. A. G. Cooper
for the faithful manner in wnicn ne rep
resents the 17th Senatorial District in
the last General Assembly.
The convention then adjourned sine
die. J. W. Stockard, Chairman.
H. K. Tlummer, Secretary.
SILVER CREEK ITEMS.
The people in this vicinity are through
planting at last. There has been so
much rain on this creek that almost
everybody on the creek had fencing
Tho candidates' are becoming very
rksome to the farmers on this creek.
The poor farmor has not much time to
spare to stand in the Held at his plow
aud listen to thorn all.
One very gentlemanly candidate met a
negro in the road, about I'arK's tore,
aud asked him to give him his vote.
The boy running his bands in his
pocket replied, "I haintgot it."
Esq. Bryant says be will give a thou
sand dollars toward building a turnpike
from Columbia to Lewisburg. Why
don't the people go ahead and build it T
Esq. B. has a larger family than any
other man on the creek.
LEWIS COCSTY ITEMS.
The Chancery Court of Lewis County
was held at Newburg on last Monday
and Tuesday. Chaucellor Nixon pro
sided with great satisfaction to the
members of the bar and to all litigants.
The Columbia bar was represented by
Judge A. M. Hughes, and Major Wil
liamson. It is authoritatedly reported that the
Cheatham lands, in 'Lewis County, have
been sold to the Germans. If so, the
tide of emigration will be directed to
Iewis. The citizens of Lewis County
say "come''' to ati good emigrants.
J. B. Deen has found a very valuable
manganese mine on his farm, four and
one hall mile west of Palestine. This
is no hoax.
Wesley Nixon and Elias Napier have
opened an excellent restaurant at
Newburg, and have put up an exten
sive "feed stable." Their sign reads,
"Feed Stable," written in beautiful
charcoal colors, which is quite orna
mental to the place. May success at
tend these enterprising young men.
On Monday night during the lale
freshet, Wm. McLanalian, a plebrated
wit and wag, had his wits sorely tried,
and was forced to wag with a precious
burden. BigSwan was intruding rapid
ly upon Bill's premises, and he was
forced to abandon bis house to protect
himself, his wile and children. No
horse or boat convenient, he saved him
self and those depending upon him at
one load. Bill says that hp intends to
join the meeting before the next flood.
(Villiamsport is pleasantly situated
near Duck River on the Columbia and
Centreville road, 12 miles due west
from Columbia. During the late un
pleasantness it was somewhat neglected;
but it has changed its ancient l"ok, and
clothed itself almost new, and doing
well in every respect. It has a popula
tion of two hundred and twenty-five,
who are thrilty and industrious:' It can
boast of a lively and healthy trade, lor
it has a populous and wealthy neighbor
hood, and a church-going people, for
last Sunday morning burst torth beau
tifully and decidedly grand, and every
thing seemed to enjoy its halo of
glory. The M. E. Church, bell made
the air resound with deep toned music,
and in every direction cme the people
to pay homage to the All wise Creator ol
all good. The Sunday Schools are in
good working order.
There Is a boiler pospoct for wheat
in this part of the county tbau for years.
There was a slight damage to corn and
cotton by the late trost, but not in this
A pair of mules ran away with a plow
on iheGreyo Plain (arm. Saturday last,
but little damage was done.
Better luck" to the good looking and
genial hearted Lem Banks, Esq., on his
next visit to 17th civil district. May
the roads have less mire, or his horse
have more Will to go ou to its jour
On the iith and 12th there1 V. lM
preaching at the Presbyterian Church
in the yillage. Sacrament on the latter
Aunt Sallie Russell, who' is said to
have been over a hundred yeais old, died
last Sundav, on Esq. M. M. Russell's
larm, of hemorrhage of the lungs.
Albert Webb, who was recently bap
tized twice as a Mormon, found that so
many wives were harder to manage than
one, got mad and went back to the
Rob Iloy and Kraee.
A week or so ago Capt. Fussell, of this
place, purchased ol Capt. Stone two
beautiful young pure Berkshire pigs,
named "Rob Roy'f and "Grace." They
are out of "Nelly Gray," owned by CoL
Thos. B. Johnson, ot Davidson County.
Both the sire and dam of "Nelly Gray,"
were imported from England direct by
Col. Geo. G. Byers, of Kentucky. These
pigs are just four months old, and Capt.
Fussell thinks they will weigh one hun
dred and twenty pounds apiece. They
are as beautiful pigs as we ever saw,
and under the care ot Capt. F., we are
confident they will be hard to beat at oar
next fair. Capt. Stone thinks they are
superior to any that Mr. Campbell, of
Tfce Caaaty Canventlaa.
According to a call previously made
the people met in convention at the
Court House, Monday, to elect delegates
to the SUte Convention, which met at
Nashville yesterday, and delegates to
meet a delegation from Williamson
County here the first Monday in Jane,
to settle the question as to which county
is entitled to the Senatorship. Esquire
Aiicnaet .Kinzer was made cnauman,
and Arch Hughes, jr., secretary.
A motion was made by A. C. Hickey
to appoint a committee of three to elect
one delegate from each civil district.
The committee composed of Thompson
Fleming, John B. Aideraon and W. B.
Wilson, reported the following names,
wnicn were unanimously elected by ac
clamation, for the State Convention:
J. M. Hay, Joseph Strayhorn, Charles
Hardison, A. Dunham, W. B. Eannon,
W. W. Cochran, Reese B. Thomas, John
F. Haley, A. M. Looney, F. H. Watklns,
W. B. Wilson, F. C. Dunnington, Pres
ton Fleming, W. M. Irvine, Johnson
Long, James F.Walker, John F. Gray,
E. A. Pogue. W. J. Strayhorn, Frank
Craig, Joun T. Sparkman, Richard
McKay, James H. Parrish, C. V. Cyras,
a. v. wmte, John Glenn, iestus f uller,
K. A. Glenn.
The delegates were instructed, with
not a disenting voice, to vote for Gov
ernor Jonn c. urown's renomination
During the absence of the committee
Col. John V. Wright responded to hearty
calls from the audience, with a style
and eloquence peculiar to nimsell. His
advice was sound and handsomely ex
A motion to postpone the inter-county
convention from May 25th to the first
Monday in June was adopted. The
lollowing delegates were appointed: P.
is. Lrtiau, j. w. rage.T. ti. rreadway.
Aiiuon wmtesides. w. uox. ll. Maberrv
J. a. l. bcnoner. George I'arKs. tseui
Thomas. F. A. Burke. John Scott, Chas.
Williamson, G. W. Jones, Tom. J. Per
ry, Hillary Chafliu, Thos. McGuire, T.
h. Mccandless, Jonn Williamson, R. B.
Moore, T. J. Crosby. J. B. Hamilton.
W.J. Wnitthorne. Sam Watklns. A. T,
Gray. Walter Akin,. J. D. Howard, C.
J. Williams, C. F. Barnes, B. R. Harris,
Leon Frierson, MiKe Kinzer, W. T. For
mer. J. W. Akin. Willis Liles. A. B.
Biille, S. H. Pogue, J. J. Bingham, G
M. V. Kinzer, A. S. Godwin. J. T,
Younger. L. B. Forgey. Jo. Morrow.
Scott Stephens, D. G. Gregory, D. Mc-
Caw, Robert Mitchner, N. F. Cheairs,
nobt. a. Allen. Crockett Parks. Jas. A,
sanaers, ueorge wmiaker, T. J. Lien
wicn, j. l. Moore, west ijottin.
it was moved by L. D. Myers and
seconded, that the people of Maury
uounty be requested to meet in their
respective districts on the third Saturday
in June next, to appoint delegates to a
convention to be neid at Columbia on
the first Monday m July next to select
and nominate candidates lor the differ
ent courty offices of said county. The
number ot delegates from said respect
ive districts to be in proportion with
voting population of said districts. Said
district meeting to be convened at tne
call of the magistrates of said district,
A motion to request the Franklin
Review and oournal to publish the p-o-
nxuujjii oi tne convention was passeu,
after which the convention adjourned
Columbia. Tenn.. May 6. 1872.
Secretary Maury County Farmer' Club,
hear sir: Last year there was a
trial of Mowers and Reapers, under the
direction ot your club. Bel eving that
tne ulipper mower ard Iveaper is
the lightest draft and most durable har
vesting machine now offered to the
farming community, and that the draft
in those trials was not properly taken. I
respectfully request that your club hold
anotuer trial this year to be conducted
under the lollowing rules, each machine
entering the contest to pay such amount
aa you determine upon:
1st. To select and anooint a committee
of judges to consist of live disinterested
2d. To control the grounds and all
machines entered durins the trial.
8d. To hold the scale of points and re
quire each judge to report separately
upon eacn point witnout consuitinir any
other of the judges.
4tn. 10 receive the report or each and
every juuge nponthe several points in
the scale, and put the same down coon
paper, and keep the reports of each judge
from the other judges, and from all
5th. To see that the committee of
judges do net consult eachot er.or any
otner person, upon any point Deiore re
porting upon the same,
6th. To take an average of each point
as reported b- the judges, and make
their final report therefrom.
Wm. J. Andrews,
Esq. J. T. Hunt, of Culleoka. wears a
For County Representative.
We are authorized to announce Esq. G. W.
KINZER as a candidate for Representative of
Maury county in tne state Legislature. Elec
tion in November.
For Supreme Judge.
We are authorized to announce Hon. RO
BERT McFARUAND, of East Tennessee, as a
candidate for the office of Judge of the Supreme
Court, made vacant by the resignation ot Judge
Nelson, and which he is now holding by ap
pointment of Got. Brown. Election in August.
To the People of Tennessee:
In ref nonse to the expression of a nnnolar
desire, sufficiently general and influential to
control my action in the matter. I hereby an
nounce myself a candidate for the office of
Judge or the bupreme ;ourt, made vtcant by
the resignation of Hon. T. A. R. Nelson. Elec
tion first Thursday in August next.
Chattanooga, March 11th, 1872.
t or Criminal Judge.
We are authorized lo announce Jndze
1 HUM A3 ir. juhh as a candidate tor Crim
inal Judge for tbe Counties of Maury, Mar
shall, Giles and Williamson. Election first
Thursday in August.
We are authorized to announce Col. W. 8.
McLEMORE, as a candidate for Criminal
Judce in the district composed of the counties
of Maury, Williamson, Giles and Marshall.
Election to occur hrst of Ai;gasf.
For Tax Collector.'
Eds. Hibald Ton will please annonace
my name as a UHfi UKa candidate tor 1 ax
ollecto; of Maury County, at the ensuing
Aue-ust election. I think the North side of the
river is entitled to some of tbe ofhoes in tbe
future, as none have been allowed in the past.
' o-j--i .11..
fr R: M. NICHOLSON
24tb Civil District, March 11, 1872.
We are authorized to announce JOHN W.
BRADEN as a candidate for Tax Collector of
Maury County, at the August election.
We are authorized to announce JESSE S.
HARRIS as a ONE TERM candidate for Tax
Collector of Maury County.
We are authorized to announce JOHN L.
DUN LAP. of Soring Hill as a candidate for
Tax Collector of Maury County.
We are authorized to announce WILLIAM
R. McKENNON.as a candidate tor Ta Col
lector of Maury County. Election the 1st
Thursddy in August.
We are authorized it announce WILLIAM
M. SULLIVAN, as a candidate for Tax Col
lector of Maury County, at the ensuing
We are authorized to announce MUMF0Rn
SMITH, as a candidate for Tax Collector.
We are anthorized to announce the name of
SAMUEL II. BKATT0N, aa a candidate for
Tax Collector of Maury County, at the ensuing
We are authorized to announce T. J. ALEX
ANDER, as a candidate for lax Cclle- tor of
Maury County, at the ensuing August elec
We are authorized to announce D. A. CRAIQ,
as a candiaate for Tax Collector ot Maury
County, at the ensaiog August election.
tVe are authorized (6 announce Major T. E.
JAMISON aa a enrididate for Tat Collector of
Maury county. Election August, vsii.
We ere authorized to announce SAMUEL
' NEELLEY as a candidate far Tax Collec
tor, of Maury County, at the ensuing August
W"!:e authorized to announce JAMES H.
AKIN, as a candidate for re-election to the,
office of Tax. Collector of Maury gcti
We are authorized to announce ALBERT A.
KENNEDY, as a candidate for Sheriff of Mau
ry county, atthe ensuing August election.
We are authorized to aunQunce WQQD D.
DAVIS, 14 a candidate fpr Sheriff of Maury
County, at the ensaibg August election .
We are authorized to announce SIMS
LATTA, as a candidate for reflection to the
office of Sheriff of Maury pounty.
We are authorized to announce JIM K.
POWELL, as a candidate for Trustee o4 Mau
ry County atthe ensuing August election.
We are authorised to announce JAMES G.
VOORUltS as a candidate for Trustee of Man
ty County at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to . announce JAMES
ANDRUS, ot Mt. Pleasant, as a candidate
for Trustee at the August election.
We are authorized to announce J. CLATT
MOORE, as a candidate for Trustee of Maury
County, at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce JAMES C.
McGAW,aa a candidate for re-election to the
office Trustee of Maury County.
We art authorised to announce JOHN W.
CALDWELL, Jr, as a candidate for Trustee
of Maury County. sJectioa August, 1872.
. MTEKABY HOTTCES. 'f
The Southmn Cultivator. Tbis
old and reliable monthly, for May, with
Its nsnal excellent reading for the farm,
i before ns It is much improved of
lite in typography, and la well worthy
of the large patronage it receives. Prioe
TH SOTTTHSBIT FABX AND HOMZ,
Memphis, Tenn.. is a very attractive
agricultural monthly, at 2 per year. As
usual the number brings with it some
thing good to read, and valuable infor
mation to every tiller of the soiL
The American Fakmers' Advocate,
a large sixteen page paper, is in every
respect worthy the patronage of the
farminar commnnitv. beinir esneciallv
valuable as the official organ of the Aeri-
cuirarai congress, its price is only f 1
per year, and its publishers, the Advo
cate publishing company, or Jackson,
Tenn., make the remarkable proposi
tion to furnish it free with anv 82. or
higher priced paper or magazine pnb-
iisnna in tne unitea oiaies.
home and school. mere is no
monthly that comes to our table that
we like better than the "Home and
school," Published by John P. Morton
& Co.. Louisville. Ky.. at 11.50 a vear.
it is a tournal in the interest of educa
tion, and its contents are 01 the choicest
selections by authors known and loved
in the south. In the May number is a
beautiful contribution by Paul H.
Hayne. The Sooth has no truer poet
man ne. its laaiuess typograpny will
commend it to every lover of the beau-
tnul. The departments devoted to Edu
cational Literary and Scientific Intelli
gence, are complete and very inten st
ing. . ..
Departed this life on the evenine of Feb. 19.
1872, Mrs. Kittik P.iwife of B. T. Goodbdm,
pna aaugnter 01 J. ana mine n. tiarwooa,
aired 35 years and 15 davs. Her illness wu
short but she bnre it with great fortitude and
resignation. She left a devoted husband, lit
tle nabe. affectionate aged mother, oear sister.
with many friends to moan ber irreparable
loss. Mrs. Q. was endowed with a high order
of intellect which was well cultivated, and
eombininc with a sweet, cheerfol disposition
was well calculated to command the love and
esteem of all who knsw her. and to make all
around her. comfortable and bai-py. A short
time before her marriage with the bereaved
husband, she made a brunt profession of reli
gion, daring a revival of religion in her neigh-
Dornood among tne Baptists, inougn sne
never united with any Churcb, yet she loved
her bible and was dihcent in tne duty or prav-
er. Her last moments were cheered by the
presence of death's conqueror. She left a satis
factory evidence that she was going to a bright
er, better world. Long will her memory be
cherished by her numerous tnenas. May tiie
Lord enable them to say with Job "The Lord
gave and the Lord taketh away and blessed be
tbe name of tbe Lord.
"Dearest sister, thou hast left us.
Here thy loss we deeply feel.
But 'tis Ood that has bereft us ;
He can all oar sorrows heal.
Yet again we hope to meet thee
When the day of life is fled;
Then in heaven with joy to greet thee
Where no farewell tear is shed."
"Nnt lout tint vane before."
'Write, blessed are the dead which die in
tha Lord, from henceforth yea. saith'the spirit.
that they may rest from their labors, and their
works do follow them.
B. V, CHiPMAN.
Died, in this county, on the'6th inst, JaCKIK
Flehihj Dobbins, infant son of Albert I N.
In this !county, on the 6th inst., Elijah
Kibvis, aged about ol years.
In Columbia, on the 6th inst, Mrs. Jesse S.
At hia ranMence near Clarksville. Tenn.
April 4th. Bev. Wm. Dinwiddie. father of
Rev. A. i. Dinwiddie of the Tennessee Uonlerr
ence, Savannah District. aged 61 years five
months and 19 days. His illners was .brief,
lutina only 48 hours. His end was peace as
calm as an autumnal evening there was not a
cloudlet in all the firmament to cast the mi
nutest shadow upon his dying view.
Office Columbia Herald,
May Oth 1872.
Cotton. Dull. Low Middling, 21c.
Good Ordinary, 19 WA- Inferior, 15(3,
Bacon. Ham. 10; Shoulders, 5c; Clear
Sides, 7c. Packed and shipped at lc over
15 rjTTK RS (g,30C.
Bran f 1.00 cwt.
Flour-f 912 per barrel.
Meal 50cts. cer bushel.
Corn 50cts.; yellow or mixed, 47cts.
Sacked and delivered in depot 63 to 65c.
Irish Potatoes Rnssett and Peacb-
Hay Only at retail. 1.7 per 100 cwt.
WuOL-waahed 6378c., ir lirt, 3843c.
Tobacco 8(a;10c. per pound.
Oats 40c. per bushel.
Coffee Rio, 2527c; Java, 3233c.;
sugar in ew Orleans, i2(ioc.; uein-
MOLAssEs-uommon, 70C.WIOO; uoiaen
Syrup, 1 1001 255.
Tea?! 502 50c per lb.
Salt Carload, f3 75, bbl. $4 QQ, bbl.
Soap -10 14c,
Black rNO75foei 00 per dozen.
Candles 22ii25c. per pound.
Coal Oil bylthe barrel, 4050c
IjIme ouc. per Dusnei.
j. T. AKIN.
t iTT. L. D. WALKER.
AKIN & WALKER,
Keep constantly on hand all kinds of
Lumber, Laths, &c.
Our timber is the very best Yellow Poplar and
our facility to fill bills at tbe mill or at Colum
bia or vicinity cannot be surpassed by any
lumber dealer in the coanty, We also have
the very best
Hickory and White Oak Timber.
Mill located on Bear Creek, five miles from
bills solicited and promptly, filledat $1.5) at
the iiill and $1.75 deliveied.
April 26, 1872-4m.
F. L Davies& Bro.
Cor. Church t Suipncr Strecte,
NASIf VILLE, t t TENNESSEE,
Having tbe largest and Handsomest stock of
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, PLATEDWARE
Gold and Silver Watches, etc.,
South of Ohio River, which they will sell as
low as the same class of goods can be sold, cor
dially invite the citizens of Maury aud adjoin
ing counties to give them a call.
Mr. Robert Sheegog
Having connected himself in business with
them, would be happy to have his friends and
acquaintances call ana see mm, wnen ne win
take pleasure in showing them, our goods,
whether tbey wish to purchase or not.
April 12,1872. ly
United States Collector's Sale
By virtue of a distraint warrant to me di
rected by the the Collector of Internal Revenue
of the 6th district of Tennessee, in the case of
the United States vs. John 0. Bowel and
others, for tax upon distilled spirits. I will
sell to the highest bidder for cash, atthe resi
dence of said Rowel in the 7th Civil district of
Maury Cortnty, Tennessee, on the 2r'th day of
May, 1872, the following named property, to
wit: One blind mare and one yoke of oxen.
AUnnrmriutnf land Win in Said district
of said county and State cogtaimng one. hun
dred and sixty-one a,cte, H Witts the land
upon which spirfts was distilled, and bounded
as follows,' to- it: On tneeat by the lands
4n,Qh the west by the lands, cf 8jM L
. on ftie VrqrthTtf tW ls0.il. er
John 0. Howol. ' . ine property of
enat - ... sauafy said warrant and
.. -pru3U872. A. M.TaYL-OK,
May3-3w. Deputy Collector.
State of Tennessee, Maury County. B. A. Mc
Kay, J. P. Jennie Steward, col, vs. Oeorge
In tbis cause It apoearing to tbejCourt that
George Cook, cot., the defendant, has abscond
ed or absented himself so that the ordinary
process of law cannot be served on him; it is
therefore ordered that publication be made in
the Columbia Herald, a newspaper published
in Columbia, Tenn., for fou-consecutive weeks,
requiring the said Cook to appear at my office,
on Tuesday, the 11th day ol June, 1872, to an
swer said writ or the same will be taken for
confessed and set for hearing ex parte.
K. A. McKAY.
May 3, 1872. Justice of the Peace.
M. TENXISON & CO.
Hardware, Cutlery, Iron, Horseshoes
NAILS, WAGON MATERIALS,
SASH, BLINDS, DOORS, FIELD & U ARD EX
SEEDS, PLOWS, AC, JcC.
83 South Market Street, (Near Broad.)
. Spring miltlnery and fancy goods in all its
various branches, at Mis. II. J. Bryant's Em
porium of Fashion. Earing selected with
care all the latest novelties of die season, 1
wish to inform the ladies of Columbia and
vicinity that I am now prepared to supply
their every wabt in my line.
Call and see A. Rosenthal k Bro's Clothing;.
New stock of Men and Boys' Uats, Ready
Made Clothinf, Boots and ihoes, I sell for a
small profit. W. J. Philips.
Every Han Woman and Child.
TTho have Cash should go to Sheet ot A Son's,
as they keep the Largest, Best and Cheapest
stock of Boots, Shoes and Hats in Colombia.
Bix dos. Ladies'
Trimmed Hats, late styles.
W. J. Phillips.
Go to A. Rosenthal & Bro and et your Cloth
ing at low prices. May 101m
Having made arrangements with the most
responsible houses East, shall continue to re-
reive, duriog the entire season, all the latest
styles that may be offered to the public Call
and see for yourselves.
New Prints, Lawns, Jaconets, Poplins, Gren
adines, very cheap. W. J. Phillips.
If yon want a nice salt of Clothes to go to
the Exposition, go to A. Rosenthal & Bro.
10.000 lbs. Wool Wanted
By Martin, Embry & Wright, at the highest
market price. April 26-Sm.
A. Rosenthal A. Bro
Will sell you Ladies fine Cloth Shoes from
f 1.50 to 12.00. worth from S2.5C to (3.00.
Just leceived at Mrs. M.J. Bryant's a full
assortment of real and imitation hair in the
variety of styles. Also an assortment of
ladies' and children's ready made clothing.
April 5, 1872.
White and colored Piques. Bishop Lawns.
Victoria Lawns, Nainsooks, Irish Linens, at
very low prices. w. j. Phillips.
A. Bosentbal A Bro
Have just received a large lot of Ribbons and
will sell cheap.
Are particularly invited to Tcall and see our
Stock of Boots, Shoes and Hats, as we can sell
as good and handsome work as can be bought
in Aashville and at lower prices.
SnKEOoo & Sos.
Advertisements inserted in this column at
10 cents a line, each insertion.
We receive New Boots and Shoes and Hats.
which we sell lower than anybody for Cash.
Kheeffos; 4c Son
Have just received some of the Best and Hand
somest Men and Boys Cloth Shoes, ever seen
8. P. Norton & Co.
Are agents for the celebrated Buckye Reapers
Bring on Tour Cash.
fheegog k Son have just received their new
Summer Hats for Men, Boys and Children-
Panama, 'Leghorn, iS'traw, Linen, Hair, and
all kinds of fur and Wool. Prices from 10c
I am prepared to supply every body with
Sweet Potato slips.
April 26, 1872 4t. John H. Stbattok.
100O Aeres of Bine Grass Pasture.
One thousand acres of splendid blue grass
pasturage at the service of the public. For
particulars apply to J. S. Pickard. Ashwood
farm. fMayS.1872. lm.
For Sale or Rent.
One fine House wi-.h six room', 'on High ft.
also, very choice City Lots, on College street.
All on reasonable terms.
March 22, 1872-tf. J. B. STEELE.
To the Fanners or Maury County
Desiring to purchase a Mowing and Reaping
Machine, I desire to say that the CLIPPER is
the very best Combined Machine in the mar
ket, and respectfully request an examination
of its merits before purchasing. Every Ma
chine is fully guaranteed to do good work and
to be construeted of the best material. We
will set up an-1 onerateeverv machine, enaran-
teeing it to give the purchaser entire satiof c
tion or no sale. Sample Machine on exhibr-
bition at Andrews, Maves A Co., local agents.
, WM. J. ANDRRWS.
March 22, tf . G eneral Agent
No. 25 and 27 North College street, Nashville,
Tenn., has the largest, handsomest and best
selected stock of Furniture ever in the
South, which be sells at lower figures than any
body in the trade. Give him a call. He packs
very carefully fekk of chabgi.
Jowfte U. Rniney
Has located in Dyersburg, Tennessee, as
lawyer. He solicits business from Middle
Tennessee, for Dyer and surrounding counties.
Refer to the Columbia Bar. (jan26-6in.
For Kent or Kale. '
The house owned Dy llev. Dr. rise, on
Hampshire Pike, adjoining Judire Archie
Hughes' place on the cast, inquire ot
COL. J, W. lir&kINO?0!.
jan 12 tf.
Having Hold Oat
And being exceedingly anxious to close up our
old business, we do most earnestly request all
of our friend that owe us. to come forward
and settle, as longer indulgence cannot be giv
en, uur dooks ana accounts can oe tound a
our old stand. Walksb fc Akin.
tySCROFl'LA AXD ALL SKIS DI.
"ma 1 WO URKAT KCHKDIKS."
SwRVne's Panacea cures worst eases of Scrof
ula, Mercurial and Syphilitic diseases.
pwayne a Uintment cures itfh, letter, Jcc.
.S'wavne'n Panacea cures White .Virellini?.
Swayne's Ointment oures Sa't Rheum.
Swavne's Panacea cures Ulcerated Sore
Throat, Uipjoint Complaint.
Awavne s Uintment cures itcnmePi eg.
Bwavne'a Panacea currs Boils. Purifies the
Blood, removes all Impurities.
For over a Quarter of a century have these
remedies oven doing wonders in all parts of the
world, performing extraordinary cures that
nut at defiance every otner m- rto ol treatment
Prennreri onlv by Dr. hVV AY NK SON. Nn.
330 N. SIXTH Street. Philadclohia.
Sold by the agent, D. C. ilLM. Drnggist.
LOSS NO fatal to BEAUTY
as that of the Hair. Every one should use
LOND JH 11a IB UKSTOBKK AND DKFSsINO.
London Hair Color Restorer.'
'London The only knoan Hair Color Restorer.'
'London Hair Color Restorer.'
'London Rettortrof Color Hair Color Restorer.'
'London Hair Color Restorer-'
'London and perfect Hair Hair Color RtiScorer.'
'London Hair tWor Restorer.'
'London iteuing combined Hair Color Restorer'
'London Hair Color Restorer.'
'Loudon Hair Color Restorer."
Thr-w away those dirty aud sticky Hair Pre
parations tbat do no good and are really per
nicious, and use only "London." Keeps the
scalp clean, free from dandruff, restores gray
hair, and positively causes the hair to grow
Cheapest and best. All druggists and desltrs
selliu Price, 75cents. D.8VAYNEfe 80S,
S3) N. Sixtlt street, above Vine, Phila., exclu
sive agents Tor U. 8.
I (Sold by D. C. HELM, Druggist, Columbia.
Poinoned to Deatb.
A healthy liver secretes each day about two
and a half pounds of bile, which contains a
great amount of waste material taken from the
blood. When the liver becomes torpid or con
gested. i,t fails to eliminate tbis vast amount
of noxious substance, which, therefore remains
to poison the blood and be conveyed to every
part of the system. What must be tt) condi
tion of the blood when it t rveoiying anl re
taining each dajf twq and tmtf pound of
poiijon'l Sature tries to work ou this paisQQ
through other channels and preaus--M "
neys, lungs, skin, eg.j but -
coma PTtltiaea " ' orgi.ns be
diUtt - pertorming this labor, ia ad-
. M tbeir natural functions, and cannot
long withstand tbe pressure, but become vari
ously diseased. Tbe brain, which U the gieat
electrical centre of all vitality, is unduly stim
ulated by the unhealthy blood which passes
to it from tbe heart, and it fills to perform its
office healthfully. Hence the symptoms of bile
po'soning, which are dullness, headache, inca
pacity to keep tbe mind on any subject, impair
ment of memory, dizzy, sleepy, or nervous
feelings, gloomy forebodings and irritability of
temper. The blood itself being diseased as it
forms tbe sweat upon the surface of the skin,
it is so irritating and poisonous that it produ
ces discolored brown spou, pimples, blotches
and other eruptions, sores, boils, carbuncles
and scofulous tumors. The escape becoming
affected sooner or later, and costiveness. piles,
dropsy, dyspepsia, diarrhea, female weakness
and many other forms of chronic disease, are
among tbe necessary results. As a remedy for
all these various manifestations of disease, Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discoverj is positive
ly unequ tied. By it tbe liver end stomach are
changed to an active, healthy state, the appetite
regulated and restored, t!.e blood and secre
tions thoroughly penned and enriched, and
the whole system renovated and built up anew.
Sold by all tirst-class druggists.
Is Eveky Quarter or the Globs where it
is known, and tbere are few indeed where it
is not the Mexican Mustang Liniment takes
precedence of all similar preparations. Its
transcendant merits have obtained for it a pop
ularity seldom reached by any proprietary
medicine. In its infancy the fiat of its success
was pronounced in the wide-spread endorse
ment which it received from physicians, veteri
nary surgeons, horsemen and public generally.
No one now thinks of questioning its elaim to
be considered tbe Standard Liniment of America.
MBS. M. J. BRYANT'S
' ; (North Side Public 8quare,)
1 WELL SELECTED J8T0CK 07 SPRING
Drees Trimmings, and Fancy
B0NKET3, HATS PRESS CAPS,
Sash Ribbons. Bonnets and Timtnincs. Veils
Nets, Gloves, Hosiery, Corsets, Hop Skirts
necaiace neaaDanas, Jewelry,
N0TI0KS AND VARIETIE
All of which hare been purchased with care
in the E is tern Markets, and will be sold at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
The advantage of a long experience in busi
ness in a large city, will enable her to please
even tne most tastidious.
Dress Making done in latest styles.
Patterns of every description, both for La
dies and Children on band, and cat to order
from ten to fitly cents each.
She has also just added to her stock of
goods, a latere and well assorted stock of
Ladies' and Childrens Ready Made Clothing.
ff rinKing ana bumping done to order.
AND DEALER IX ALL EIX.OS OF
COFFINS. METALIC CASES,
Also, Agent for the sale of
Sprongle's Burial Casket.
Manufacturer of all kinJslof
All calls, day or night promptly attended to.
arSpocial attontion given to re-inter
Ofli.-e and Wareroom between Mnvs k Dod-
s n Livery stable and Lamb & Itoyd $ iurai-
March 15, 1872. tf
REAT BARGAINS !
GEO. C. RIDLEY,
Suocesjor to Oordon k Ridliy.
West side Public Square,
Is receivings large, well selected and and well
assorted spring stock of C ustom made
His goods werea'l bonchtat low euh c rices
in the Eastern markets and will be sold at short
profits. He invites tbe Diiblic to call and ex
amine his goods before purchai-ing elsewhere.
jaaren ia, l&z-tf.
NEW GOODS IlKuhn & Turnin.
Now receiving a large assortment of
SILVERS. PLATED WARE
liul Fancy Goods,
The Columbia Jewelry Store,
JOS. H. JA.MES.
Spectacles a Sieciality.
A great variety, to suit all'eres. and afflic
tions of the eye.
Kngraving done in the best manner, by a
JetGroods! Jot Groods!
Now opening at tbe Columbia Jewelry Store,
a handsome assortment of Jet Jewelry, tbe
cheapest ever brought to this market.
Watchmaker and Jeweler, Went Main St.
Personal attention paid to Repairing Hatch
es and Jewelry. (March 22. 1872.
Williams & Tyler
Inform their friends and the public that
they are now receiving their
SPRIIIG MID SUMMER
Ready made Clothing
Gents' Furnishing Good, Hats,
B oats, Shoes,
And all other Goods kept in a Gentleman's
Which we are determined to sell at a vorv
small adtance on Cistern cost, fort1
prompt paying customers on -- r to
sMg-Wewantit diH"" - ....
Bills made wi " .y understood that all
1 . us are due when called for,
- ty special contract. . .
Flease call and examine our .stock belore pur
chasing rUewhere- ..
Marcha-ly. I I.EI AJIS fc TTUR.
Nic Cloth Coats at Williams fc Ty
ler's, from flO.OO to ?ij.0)
Cassimero Vests, at Williams & Ty
ler's, from 12.50 to $6.00.
Hats, at WiUiamsA Tyler's, fromr.oc
to G.50. . , ,
True Fit Shirts, at Williams fc Tyler's,
the best ahirt that is mad.
The Burlock Shirt, at Williams & Ty
ler's, lrom 12.00 to $3.50.
Patent Pantaloon Drawers at Williams
All Wool Cassimere Pants at Williairs
k Tyler's, from $5.00 to 1?.00.
Boots and Shoes, at Williams A Tyler'a
cheaper than anv hou in town.
All kinds of Neck Ties, Ilosiety and
Handkerchiefs, at Williams A Tyler's,
cheaper than any house in town.
Don't lail to call and see us before
purchasing, and we will convince yoa of
tte fact that wtf sell cheap.
WILLIAMS & TYLER.
On Saturday .the 18th of May. 1872. at the
Court House door, in the town of Columbia.
I will sell at public auction, to the highest bid :
der for cash, the house and lot in said tiwn
on which John Brow a (barber ) resides, being
part of lot No. Hit, 120. 121 and 122. in the orig
inal plan of said t .wn. I will sell the said
lot in pemuaTee of a deed of trust made to
me by John Brown and Caroline Brown, his
wife, for tbe benefit of Ir. W. II. Brown, ard
registered in said county on tbe 31rt of March.
1S71. in book U vol. 2, pagea 34 and 35. The ti
tle is believed to be undoubtedly good, bale
withent the equity of redemption.
JAMES U. IHUMA3, Trustee.
April 12. 1872.
R. M. FRIERSON,
(S accessor to McKinney A Smith,)
OILS), DYi: STUFFS,
And Pare Liquors,
For Medical Ure, also
Prescriptiona carefully compounded night
and day at all hours.
April 5 6m.
A D. FftlEROT,
Superior Quality of Steel Pens,
"Wall !Paper, fcc.
Goods sold in job lots at Nash
ville Wholesale Prices.
COLUMBIA - - - TENNESSEE
Have on hand tn ftlAor&nt sArfnt nf
tsuggies, Jenny Lind. (a 2 or 4 passenger vehi
cle) Democrat Barouches, Harness, Express
Wagons, with or without tons. Ae.. .Ir..
which we Will sell as low aa thesameelass work
an be h id for in any other market. Ltather
lop buggies. Warranted for twelve months,
iemocrat Uarouches at 8260.
OUR STEAM PLOW
FACT OKV I
We have an assortment of (our own make)
Steel Plows, right and left hand. Bull Tongues
Cotton Sweeps, Scrapers, ide Harrows. Re
volving Harrows, also tbe celebrated Andrews
ir loiion reraper ana narrow combined.
n e are manutactunng our
I IMPROVED DOUBLE SHOVEL.
ATTHE REDUCED PRICE OF 97 00.
Which has made more character the past
two years for doing good work than any imple
ment evor brought to this section.
We guarantee with one horse one man can
cultivate fifteen or twenty aeres more of corn
than with any turning plow. When complete.
it has four bladwa and six DoinU which, will
run through the entire season without once
going to the shop. We say to all tbat if it does
not prove satisfactory after ample trial, to re
turn it. and the money will be refunded.
We sell a good Double Shovel for 00
send for Price lust ana catalogue.
ECHN k TCRPTN.
Feb. 2 H-
CEDAR BLUFF COLLEGE!
A Select Stihoei for the Educa
tion of Young Ladies,
Redaction la Prlct.
Board, with furnished rooms, washing, iron
ing, incidental fees, and tuition in all th ' 't.
erary Departments, $75, (seventy-, dollars).
Music, including ttf - i.m.ni tlh
(twenty-five dol', ' '
3 w;iiko mitt for absanca unless
, .jllMVU as aw -
for protracted Ot severe aicknesa-
Principal Mas. M. II. Whitksioks.
Teacher of Mathematics and Ancient Lan
guages Mas. M. M. Gobdoh.
Teachers in Literary Department MkB. M.
.'I. WHiTssinEa, Mas. M. M. Gokdos, 11 ss S.
M. Grant, Miss Blancri Faanga.
Teacher of Music Mas. M. B. Pobtzb.
Teacher of Drawing, Painting and Other
Ornamental Branch ea Misa Sua M. Gbakt.
Teachers aM of Southern Birth
TERMS FOR TWENTY WEEKS.
Drawing, Tri-Weekly Lessons 110 00
Drawing, Daily Lessons IS 90
Vocal Muic, in Classes 00
Fifty Dollars required in advance and the
remainder of all charges at tbe close of each
twenty weeks. Prompt payment must be
nade or negotiable uotee given bearing inter
est from date.
Pupils wUl be receiveJ t any time during
tbe Annual term. .
The College is eituated in a remarkably
healthy portion of the country, three milea
southeast of Woodburn, a village on the Louis
ville and Nashville Railroad, midway between
Bowlirg Green and Franklin, Ky.
For particulars or catalogue, address
W. F. WH1TES1DES, Prop'r.
Woodburn, Warren County, Ky.
Jan. 51 jr.
The "American Ligtnlng Rod" is said to by
scientific men to be tbe best in tbe market.
We are tbe sole proprietors of this Bod, and
have thirty-six wagons traveling over the
country, and agents who will pot it up. Our
Mr. i. A. Teams is for the present a resides
rf Pnlnmhift- Milt will take nleafeurs input
tinir an the rod lor any person in Maury and
adjolng counties. DOUGHTY A TURNER.
Feb. 23 3m.
Richmond in the Field!
CoLomiA, Tixs., Sept. 29th, 1871.
I would respectfully announce to tho peoplo
of Maury, and the adjoining counties, thatl '
have just received and am opening a largo
aud complete asaoatmentot
SHELF AND EEAVX
Consisting in part of
W0STENH0LM, WADE AND BCTCnES
AND ALL BRANDS
AMERICA AID EXULI9II
OF ALL KINDS,
HORSE AND MULE SIIOE3,
FIRE BRICKS, CEMENT,
FELLOE'S, HUBS, SPOKES,
Stoves & Tinware,
ana evervtQinfr pertainm?: to a
FIRST CLASS TIN SHOP,
TIN ROOFING, GUTTERING
in all styles.
And in fact everything pertaining to th
general business, which I intend selling
the very 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 to thoir in
terest to favor me with their patronage.
Mar. 1. ly. W. L. MCRPHT.
GENERAL CLAIM AGENCY
I will prosecute all Claim arainst th io.
erniuent for Property nl Stores taken or fur
nished to or by the I'nited Suites troop or
eommanuers.aurinatne late unpleisantnes.
Pensions for widow, fathers. l.lier. ami
guardians for m im-r children : also. Pensioner'
ot tne war or :ti.
Rrfrmmt. The Bank of Columbia, ami
First National Hunk of Col imbia: Firt Na
tional liana and savings .Bank at I'ulaski.
Jan 12 tf.
New Styles of
PIQUE, printed and whit.
1 ktKjt ikuujuju, ana oiuer siyie or ruiao
BLACK SILKS, good assortment, at reduced
WINDOW CTRTal MaTKRUU SiIA0C9. CiB
rrrmo, Wall Pafbu, tc.
2 W. J- DALE & SONS.
PRIZE MEDALS AWARDED.
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
These instruments hare been before tha
Public for nearly Thirty Years, and mum their
excellence alone attaine l and isrt k)'U4ko
rsB-ExiNiiiu, which pronounces them un-
ISr-All ourSOUARK PIANOS Lave our
New Improved Ovikstrino Scai.it and th
K7We would call special attention to our
late Patented Improvements in GKAND PIA
NOS and SQUAKE GIU.NDS, found iu no-
other Piano, rrbich bring the I'iano uearer per
fection tuan nag yet oeen atuinea.
Every Piano full) Warranted o-o yerrx
raj'-We are by special arr.xn rment iiahb-dt
to turnisb PARLOR ORGANS and MELODE
UNS of the most celebrated maker. Whole&ila
and Retail, at lowest Factory Price.
Illustrated Catalogues and Price List
promptly furnished on application to
W.V. KXAHtJr CO.. Htimr. Mil.
Or any of our ruulr established agencies.
April ij, is tim
J. K. lamb. Established ISoi. L.A.BOYP.
LAMB & BOYDi
DOORS AND BLINDS,
Abo. dealers in
Mattresses, Spring Bed Bottoms
All our work Warranted to be of Good Material
and by the Best Workmen.
We wish to eall your especial attention to th
WOODEN CASES & CASKETS
That we have on hand and are const-i!w
making. We challenge the world to produ-e
anything superior either in tVorkmaBship.
Style or Durability, fall and see for your
selres. and be eonTinced tbat w ean make
FINER aud MORE 111 RABLE Wooden Coffin
than is made North of the Ouio River, and
By Buying from Us You Slop Yer
Money at Home I
We also deal in the Best
METALIC CASES AND CASKETS,
Made by the celebrated house of Crane, Breed
k Co.. Cincinnati, 0.
Everything sold Low, to suit the
Ordors from a distance solicited and prompt
ly attended to. IMayjn
Notice is hereby given that all peiwna bar
ing claiuissgaiiiHt te couiitv, to be pnsil up
on by the Quarterly C urt, must first have
them approved by tbe Finance Committee, wb
will bold a sitting al the Court House tbe first
Monday In each month, for that purpose. Ac
counts may be handed to e thrr of the Commit
tee att 1 ime. CUA8 CLEAR,
A. L. PRE w ETT.
JOHN O. UORSLET,
April 23,1372. Finajee Commiitee.
Onhalf ii good st ock, the balance on time.
Fiveditferent tracts, some of them bate a
plenty of cleared land for almost any family.
The very be-t est le. sheep and hog range, x
eeient water and timber. Price to suit th
times. Apply tW. W.Pae,or W.O. With.