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Tiii::;k wiil on afrratpl Mu.sk IVtll t
Pulaski Drtrember 3th.
Votk for llifl railroad tax, on tho istli,
n l ensure Columbia's prpority.
Tin: Tennessee Legislature will nice:
on l bo Oih of January.
it Ut a J.
t, i!3 gret IrtiC'Iian.
A run if. A. Ttiomvs, Editor of tho
Springfield UecorJ, i3 a candhUis for
iKwr Keeper of the lowvir branch of iJ
nest LegislRtnr. IIo would "malco an
excellent Door Keeper, and vrc trosi ;
will bo elected. Ho would di:-.:iar;
the duties of the ofiice ia very it.tel!l
Thf: pre;it school ya.a. ia 01 r
State can Ja greatly improved by a
change. Tho cppolotment of Superiu
. tendents, etc., end tho assessment, col
lection aad disbursement of tha tax
should-stiil be left to tha County Court,
but tbe legislature should fix, by a- .
oto, tho amount necessary to carry on
Ibe schools. And tboy ahonl J be sde
to make is largo, enou-h. Until a year
or two si Vlicr0 strong prejudice
tn our SLalo atraiust free schools, bocaus9
the whitc3 thon-ht it smacked of nero
quality, r.ut now, aftor tbe otporionca
of one year, this prejudice no longer
Tit. K. L. V. Whitb, Ibo talented edi
trr of the J.e'a;uit Huald, is announced
aa a candidala fjr Tablic Printer for tho
Stat ot Tennessee The Xashville daN
- ly papers have bad tbe public printing
ver ainco the Conservatives took pos
session of tbe State government; and we
think it is bow time for them to lot go
the public teat for a season, and permit
some one of the country newspapers to
take hold. We are more than willing
that the Lebanon Herald's brilliant ed
itor shall be our next State Printer; be
cause be is worthy to represent the
country press. Beside being tbe mos-t
accomplished litterateur of all the State
oditors, he is a practical printer, and
knows when work is well or badiy exe
cuted. He ia an unmerciful critic, and
this will cause him to personally super-,
intend all the work that has bis name
on it, in order that it bo alwve criticism.
At the last election for State Triuter,
Joxes, Punvis fc Co., representing tbo
. two daily papers at Nashville gave on
ly one reason for . re-election, and that
was, justification from tbo assaults made
upon them by Joirx Baxtef. TbT
wd that if they were not, re-elected,
Baxter's charges of malfcasanco
against thorn would bo considered as
AuWinod; and as tbe two pajers repre-
" fiented tha Doinot ralic party of tbo
State, Joxns, rt-RVis A Co. were re
elected Stale Printers. They nowhavr
no further argument, aud the Jgisla
ture should elect Dr. White, the repre
sentative or tbe country pre-.
' y.o-tr.rso can be more contemptible
lb an tbe manner in which American
newspapers have treated the conteiL ibe
tv.een Fr.ourE, the English historian,
who has been lecturing in this country,
n Ireland, and Father Be i ec, a Rom
an Catholic priest. The pajen nearly all
rastaiji BrKSE,and denounce Fkocke:
and claim that tho former got the best
of tbo argument. This is a douiagogical
trick to gain or retain Irish votes. Mr
Jrocte's lectures were ialendcd to
iive our people au jmpai tial view of the
exed Irish miestion, aud r e believe he
1 -iccecdod. Ho proved jonnluHively
that tbo prcsciil miserab!2 condition of
Trf.!-n,1 ix r.fit'a to nnrrcssion by the
Uii'.itli goycn:mcnt, Iv.t to the tbrift
1063 condition of t!io j'9oplef and their
total incapacity for self-government,
superinduced by pop?ry. Father
Burke's replies were mere sopbomoric
displays and Irit'u blaincy. Wo only
regret that tho eloquent Knglishman
did not8uccee' in silencing forever the
ttntiring efforts of Irish and Itadical ora- !
toito keen up a bitter feeling between
Amerirvand Kugland. Itadical loaders
will dcr" nco liugiaud for giving Ire-l-.d
v:Lat s!s could nover have if left
o'ene a ood government and in
'.h: rime breatK enact reconstruction
'r.rr. for (bo South, la a republican gov
i imcrt, tho fruits of whicu wwj rr. -:
y Icy in do;vntro!ldcn Sou. h Carolina,
roc :r lLomiscrauie onor.ion oi aiMira
r-.ov: aO'icting tho S'ete
t.' f ouisiau;t.
VhJt Jf illle Inn
ursacc i ioln-.
I From boMoinphis Appeal.! '
The. t'oliitvbia J' -r,ilt Rtates that an
bvt: r. 5s to b" hcl! tliro on tbe twen-!y-"'gbtl:
of th's mor.t.'i, to determine
--.l-ct' or tbe cerr-er?tion t. Columbia
viU "tts"i:be ffty tbcusand dollars to
T-i'iid t he raiirnd' from Columbia in the
4irctrt: of ! V.yettcville and Jobnson
vsHo. Tb.is ! t' be a part of tho nar--ov.'-rauj'O
r'lw:y from St. 1ouU to At
?TteV pac!rg tbioujih the coal-iields ot
JU'r.ria, tb' iron regions of Tennessee,
e: tr-ng it tbo coal fields of tbe
t'uinbrrl.Td inountains. It is thought
the subscription will bo made almost
--it!iout a d;sscnting voice. C-olumbia,
v:tb this nrd end o:io to Memphis, be--tj-cs
a piavoot great commercial and
.""uuraciariiig importance. Co!umbi
ff, wo are iut'oriiied, ks much interest
i;i a roid to Memphis as in tho road to
SL I, outs, and whenever tho Memphis
anil Knox vi lie Coti:j) ay 1 ;t oiit tbe con
tracts' from Memphis to theTenuessee
river, tue people oi .miu tie jennojsee
wi,l nioct tbcin there, as:d give Mem-
W!,l H10CI iiiciu mere, a;:ii Klvo
phis connection with tlio rich rra':l
provision prodacini; region of Mi
Tennessee. Flour, v.her.t, pork and
rich rrai:l stni'
n nd beel I
cattle may be transferred to Mcmpbh j
over this road, and will cost the people ,
! than Troin any other jvrtion of the '
Union. Corn is now scHiugiu tbo conn- I
lies on the Tennessoo river at-twenty-i
live cenls per ba.-hel, and pork is cheap- j
t than it is in St. lonls or Cincinnati, j
This rod will aSo j;ive ns connectiu ;
with the iron regions of Lewis, Wayne '
nnd Hickman: with the nitrble and bv
draulic cemfiit of Jiocaturand Harrlin
-..uniiw. A very email sum of money
will secure to us tbo road to Columbia,
and give MeinpUij tlte trade of a consid
rrablo portion of MidJlo Tennessee.
We need cheap local transportation and
cheap local passenger rates, so that the
jcople of Vc.t and Middle Tennessee
nay bring their freight to Memphis at
fair" rates. This narrow-gauge road iulo
Middle Tennessee will jrivc us these ad
vantages. ls;aiiHe it wiil le cheaply ccn
KtrucUd, and will do as much business
ns a road that costs twico as much.
While we Lavo persistently advocated
tho building ot roads to tlie West, we
must not neglect this important enter-j
prise. Are we autbc;b:ed to say loi
Sliddle Tennessee that this rily ami
Western Trnnesseo will meet Columbia j
at the Tennessee river?
The Shelby ville Keecuo pays : ,
'Xeil S. Brown, Jr., wants to fccfce--rctary
of State. Wc think the
Brown family from Ciics county
have bad fiices enouzli at tbe Lauds
of the people. There nrc otLcr peo
ple in te State, and a? a rose by any
other name wouhl enicllf? sweet we
flunk it should be Black, White, Bed,
or 6ome other name hceide Browu.
"We are tired of doing it up eo, Mr.
Aii Hktoa coiTe?porideat of the
Fulatki Citizen tays of the proposed
narrow-gatise railroad from Pulaski
to HiintsvillV, via Elkton : "21 r. J. C.
lV'iJte, vice prcald'jnt of the Teccss
fcc er.d Vsrnor Bircr3 rdlroed, vis
ited our town sotr.s weeks t eia
propof-ed a plan ly which it can be
' Duiu, which is this : That the city of
Jiuntevills fubscribe fl.'i(l,000 and
Madison counly vote &tx of th-j
asmeamoust; l'ulaski to subscribe
tl00,000ard (liles counU vote a tai
of tlie fame eiTiount, and the city of
l.Ikton and cilizcaa aion? the line of
tbciosd subscribe tnothci fl(X),C0(.),
laaking: in all f 0.000, wbich will be
Btfiicient to b'Jild and equip the
i irroai iae sidhi ivst.i
i " : : i.-
all, VVtTjr kCWIVU U1IHVIHI lCVIiIH
mtion or the state gorernrocBt
either one parly or tbe other has bad
mi oTerwhelniiny majority in the
General Aantnbiy. As is usuallv
the case under ?ach circumstances,
tho result hau beeu more or lesa un
wise ami hnrtiul legislation. At t.V
.irnroachiiisr session tto douiinaut
i ;?.; ty will bo confronted by a for
L'ni'iabie opposifon, and both ."W III
jnr.3-o forcibly appreciate the respon
I sibii-fy resting upon them. It is too
often iuo cue in ieguiatire txxnea.
when ft measure is iutrodnced the
first though that crosses the mind
of the member is, not Iiott will i
pio:ajte the interests cf the Sifttc at
hrgo, but how will it affect mo" wiCr
ray immediate- constitnents. This
iJc.t Joniinalea his mind and controls
his action, frequently to tb.3 defeat cf
rncwarea esseutial.to tho fea?"
Trelfirn. Wo hopo no such narrow,
demagogical .spirit will prevail st
the (trailing 0s3ion. Jf the financial
condition of the State and tho integ
rity of tha public credit d9iuaud if
let tha foxes be doubled, or 67Cn
cuir;:plct!. And so if other meaa
vrsa of general concsrn, the necessity
for wMch ij too patent to need recap
itulation here. The progress and
eecuromcnt of the public weal is
everything ; the sacrifice of one's self
to local prejudices or surroundings is
comparatively a small matter.- When
' tho time comes thero will always be
plenty more on hand anxious to take
tho chances of being sacrificed in the
iame way. Give us only wholesome
legislation wealth, industry that the
substance State will sustain it and in
che end render a proper award to
those by whoso efforts aud influence
it is secured.
The Grccncville Sentinel and Iie
portcr, the Lome organ of ex-President
Jonxsox, alluding to the multi
plicity of candidates for positions to
be filled by the Legislature says ;
There is talk however of nipping the
aspiration of such a profusion ot candi
dates in the bud by making "fair di-
ido"-of tbo offices between the Johnson
men and tbe Republicans, each party to
the compact to support the candidates
ot the other for the offices assigned re
spectively. So far as speculations go, it
poems to be settled that either James, of
Hamilton, or White, of Hawkins (John
son men both), will be made Speaker of
the Senate; Honk (Republican ), of
Knox, to be Speaker of the House,
For Controller, it is thought Black
burn (Republican) will be put through,
and some Johuson man, not yet deter
mined upon, to bCSecrctary of State.
How all the above certainly is we can
not aay.but gather the rn mors as they fly.
That r- would Ut better for the Johnson
men, in tbe absence of any abatement
of thn aiicnr and ranfor of the Choat-
baulitefl, to form such a temporary eon-j
teacraiion, we wot wrwu. uvy
not adbrd to submit to eUaciaiu and
abuse from thoso upon whom tho iJ'l
have set t boir mark of disapproval. Tbe
peoplo aro for tbo Union aud fioodom cf
througbt, action and speech, aud, it left
to act upon tboir unlrammiled impul
ses, will do risrbt. So, Johnson lucu,
stand nun, let come what may !
A lYo-Me lropoItloM from 31r.
rTrTi the yevr York Herald.l
Senator Sumner has struck a chord oi
generous aud lofty patriotism that will
vibrate throughout the whole country
and give additional lustre to bis fame.
Immediately alter the Senate bad con
vened, aud while wailing for the Presi
dent's Message, Mr. Sumner introduced
a bill to strike from tho United States
tiags aud tbe Army Register all records
of battles foufrht with fellows itius.
The Romans in the most glorious period
of their history did not celebrate victo
ries in civil war where Roaians fought
against Romans, and were desirous to
etfacs the memory of such fratricidal
conflict. This is a noble sentiment,
and was both characteristic and worthy
of that great peoplo. Why should
American citizens wish to pcrpctus ?
. the emblems and records of our nit!al
misfortune? Why keep ali vo tho 1:kI red
that was engendered by the civil war
when the combatants aro and must con
tinue to bo ono people? T? do so would
be unahristian-li'ko, ungenerous and
highly impolitic. It v.ould serve no
good purpose whatc-o?, and woujd on
ly gratify sectional and personal vanity
at the sacrifice of nobler and belter sen
timents. Kvery celebration of victories
in our civil var, by emblems on tbo
flags, by coir.binations or associations of
the victors, by parades, gatherings or
public dinners or in any other way, is
wrong. Mr. Sumner's bill ought to be
passed uuaminously "by Congress, and
it oner. In fact, everything possible
should be done to obliterate the memo
ary of tbo sid event and to restore bar-.
uiony and fraternal feeling among all the
citizens of our common couotry.
(From the Xcw York AVorld.l
The number of Southerners now dis
annulled bv Federal legislation from
1 homing oiuco is aircauy Email nu is
constantly growing smaller, AVe do
I not speak now of I he legislation which
' liiw iliRiinaliliMl them. ISutall around
. crowinir un at tboir feet ia a
i iiomilation not disqualified in terms
iiut none tho less disqualified in effects,
Wewt point used to bo an object olspe
cinl ambition to Southern vo'uth. How
can it bo now when fhs Southerp cadot ,
knows that at tbe end of his course he
is to go into a regiment whoso traditions
and whoso trophies ne of victories
which wero tho deleats of bis own kith
and kin ? So, too, with the navy. It is
not without nalins f bat the Southerner
of (he present generation paij serve un
der the 11. ig which has been decided, and
which he has in effect acknowledged, to
be again tho Hag of his country. By
emblazoning on it hia -aefeata we force
him to transmit that leluetanee to his
children. This may be aaid to be a sen
timental consideration; and so it is.
But it is an iniKrtant consideration all
the same it it makes tho 'difference be
tween opening the militJiy and naval
services to men of Southern birth and
brecdiicx and closing lhot;o eorvicos
(rani and l.nN!ansi.
Washington o.ri-otMlc.ioe Cornier-Journal..
The high-banded action of the IVcsf
dont in overthrowing by hta bnyonel
tho Stiite government chosen by the
People of AMiisiana, end installing anew
tbe old game of plundor, has dissipated
all tho hopes wb.ch Southern men ever
hvl formed that Grant would pursue a
iicnerousiH-licy towards the South. The
general coinmen. is that it is the most
emphatic stride towards military dea-
niusm n ui :i una ucen laKon ly lue
President. J"t .s believed by well-in-
formed partio- that these
were a.l inatiip.td by Grant himself,
ami were not me result or naa advice.
DuroH's usurpation is supposed to have
leeii planned here; and it. is Mid that he
is aspiring to a seat on the Supremo
I tench when Judge Chase shell vacate,
(.rant's object is thought to be the ele
vation of ouo of hia personal household
to tbo United States Senate. The com
uiittee from New Orleans are reported
on their way here, and it is possible
thattbair advent r.nd the presentation
orsueir memorial to Uongress i iaypro
ciuce more agitation of the sulyoc. than
baa yot occurred. So far as the United
States Supreme Court is concerned, its
d.uisiou ia not looked forward to with
any interest, no ono expects it to
miko an i?suC with Grant. The opin
ion is general that it will decide against
granting tho writ of prohibition and
will thus 'turn over Louisiana to tbe
carpet-bagger Dorell and bis ?.'.viates.
!Krom tha Clr.rtsvllle Tobacco iaf.
A writer in the Columbia Ilciald
wants a law against clandestine mar
riages and early marriages. No law
can reach such cases. The remedy is
in tbe household. The disease grows
out of the early trainiug of cbildrer,
or rather the waatof training. Laws
in restraint cf marriage Lave the
world over produced iramorality,
worse tbau tbe evils wbich grow ou".
of tbe marriages prevented. Ix;t
public opinion, education, end train,
ir around tbe f reside conquer tte
Sampson A. Keeble, one of the
Peprss5i:tativ8 elect from Davidson
crunty, is tha first colored man ele:t
efi in I'cnnessea to a ssat in the Lcg
islacura. Keebla wm foricerly the
slave of the late Hon. E. A. Keeble,
of Murfreesboro, wbo wa3 Speak
er of tbe Home of Representatives
i n 2 ST.1-2. lie is ft barber by profes
I do J tha conditio of Inane of th Corpo
ration of tlte city.ap to roar iaaug-aration, ai
loll-twa rr ." ,r
"3i A3SCT3. ' :
BnUae due from W.Tnekar, " i
former Ux cull; tor,.. ..t
Cuanil.aocollet4Uie. .WMi-M -"
" i " - Knes,....
E. William's note for Morgan lot SSPO.uo ;
Obarry k O'Neal note. -i
A. uhokaa ft t4brick, .. WJ,S
A. J. Artsstronr. former Reo'r, b-'i.W
2 Kira rngindf. Hose, Jte.,-.-.. 1kju,ji
Stum Pumn and fittnre at
Wbit!-eprin(t, eiclUMte- -'
To( city vaUr iipc,. ..
City Bell, office furnituro, aad
workinc toolj, ..
A in 'X 4a a Jirst Haiioal Bankw-ZW.C0 .
Baleanecn Mor.n tot..... . 18H3.W 4
Eil'e to J. P Dalai Cou a ,
atwm pnnip......... 5as.7
OntstaeidtB eoeclu aapaid. e&)fll
- ' . ISaitl
, Balance aaget.
AU of nhicb ia rspe
Deo.2iV-- . .
UUt KMr, Keoorder-
BIG BIG11V lkriLIA
ATTKNTiOM TO THE PURMO.
We hare jnst 6niebed and have ii aucceM
ful operation, the beat Mill in the oouatry. - We
have all the latest anu beat Improvements for
eieania wheat and making GOOD FLOUR 4
MEAL. Gire us a trial, and we will do oar
best to please you,
Dec 20.-3m. COLLIER k PIXKSTOX.
HOUSE FOR RENT.
Tb Dwelling IIousooccupiel by Mr. Kil
Samuels, this year, is for rent tor the ensuing
Tear. For full particular apply to J. C. Mc
Ga. J. A.:UcRADY, Adci r.
Dec 20;-2w. - .
GORDON'S FERRT FARM,
One of the best cotton and corn form on
Duck River, 15U acres cleared, all No. 1. land-,
improvements aood, 4 miles below Williams
port. 3UU barrels corn for aale on the plaoe.
Am.ly to R. C. liORDOX.
Pee. ao.tf. Cross Bridges. Maury Co.
James H. Cecil will sell the farm of Samuel
J, Ingram, deceased- A desirable tract ef
lan'i, two milea West of Mt. Pleasant, on Bif
Biirby creek, containing 217 acras. lying favor
ably, being well watered, and having good
comfortable buildings, on tbe premises to tbe
hitheit bidder, on December 20th, 1372.
Severel Ayreshire Cows and one good Bull,
at low figures, if application be made immedi
ately to MELVILLE WILLIAMS,
This ia toctve notice, that on the Wli day
of December, A. D. 1K72, a warrant In Bank.
rnpt7 was Issued ngalnst tlie estate of Juliu
K. Hamilton, in the county of Maury and
Htiiteof Tennessee, who has been aaljiiducd a
llankrupt, on liix own petition: That tbe
payment of any ilebts and delivery of any
1mperty bolonRinn te anch bankrnpt, to
tiin or for his uae, aud the trnnafer of any
irojMrtv by him are forbidden by liiw: That
nipt, U prove tlieir debt, aud to ishooae ode
or m"re astttitnee of bia estate, will he held
at a Court of Bankruptcy, to lie holrien on
f wlstUayof January, 1873, at II o'clock, A.
M ai the afflneof the Reuihter inBankrupt-
cy,( iaiksvillc,Teun.,l;rf?rJ,rh!l P:'1"!:-!
brti, Kco., Kecislcr. W.SPF.NCK. j
IK'C. Wi. v.ti. aiHranai, J'lesour.
There will hr. an election held in the vari
ous wards of the city of CoiumbiH, lenn, on
feHtutday the 7tb day ot December neat, o
cor.ling to law, for the purpose of asccrtaln
iug the wishtfsof tbe citizens in regard to
the propoMid Mibscrl)tion ot flfty thouMtnd
doilarn ht-jch to tbe Duck River Valley Nar
w (iauxe Railroad.
Te.it. JOHN P. McG AW, Mayor.
James L. (jucsi, Recorder.
JAND FOR SALE.
I am authorized and empowered to sell tha
luudsof S.K. Urarkiuin Maury couuly, cou
siKtintiof t hree tractNor parr-el, one tract of
about thirty ncrea, I.tIiik betwtii the Camp
liellsvllle and l'ulaaki turnpikca, immedi
ately North of Jnmea Hodges laud; one
tract of fifty-four acre on the East of the
Pulaski turnpike, aud lyins lxiwen the
lamlaof K. H.'Watkiua and A. M. Iooncv;
Utthof aaid trai ts aliou. one mile from towh.
One other tract of seventv-fivc arres on the
'orth side of Duck River, about ihre and
lurohn.e said laiid. cau as, t riain the itarlic-
ularsof sale by cnllini; uioi me at inv ortice
in Columbia, Teuu.
Dec l:Mw. J. T. WILLIAMSON.
QOUNTY COURT SALE.
Pnnurnt to a decree of the w..rnbipful Coun
ty Court at its December term 1872. in thecaute
of W. B. Ea;a and others s. Joshua Uardir
con and others, I will proceed to sell to the
hifrbest bidder at the court house door in Co
lumbia nn Monday the l'Kh day of January,
17. a Valuable Tract of Land, situated in tbe
-4tb civil district ef raid county, bounded
north by John T. Derryberry an 1 R. O. Kin
nard, on the east by James Daniel and others,
on tbe south by Andrew Jackson 'and others,
and n tbe sre.'t (y Jamas liardion and
others, containing about two hundred and
twi-nty-five acres. Tbe same will be sold upon
a credit ot one and two years with ir.terrst from
date except the rum of tl-Vt In cash, C:e pur
chaser to rxeoute notes with two good securi
ties and a lien will be retained upon tl.el-.nd
i.irtbe piyment of the purchase money.
lec. IX KC2. JOHN M. UlCKEV, Clerk.
RDEIi OF l'UBLlCATl ON.
Louis C. Lihey, complainant vs. Thomas
Mcgnire and others, defendants. It appear
inp from afhdavit tiled in thi cause tht the
defend-tnt, Jamea Mi-Quire, ij a non-reident
of the State of Tennessee; it is therefore order
ed that he enter bis appearance herein before
or within tbe first three dys of the next term
of the Chancery Court to be held at Columbia
on the first Monday in June next. 1873, and
plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill,
or the same will be takeu for confessed as to
bim and (clfqrbearjnex-parte; and that a
cony of thn order be publish -d for four vqnsec
utive weeks ... 4ae Columbia lb-raid.
Dec. 13, 1870. D. II. COOPER, c. u.
We t lie undersigned hereby warn all per
sons not to hunt, with di or (run, by dav or
ly tiiirlit,nn ourprumiies. Afl'peritona t'lma
fouiiit IrespaxRln-, will le prosecuted to the
full extent of the law.
. . JAMES B. BILL,
JOHN KIRK, Jr.
WM. It. LANCASTER,
MRS. SUSAN LANCASTER.
. A. WlCAVER,
A 1-jLTgt number of the people of Maury
county ii-3.ti:i behind witk their taxes. This
is probably owac, in a great measure, to the
prevailing boic-e .-sease, wbich has prevented
men from coming to town. I therefore give
these I'oUr.d with their txes twenty days
loa-r, to -uine cp snd pav without extra east,
v h.ch the : w pern.iu. Until the Slst of De
cer.iUr, Hit, 1 will bs in Columbia, and re
ce.pt f ;r ta.-rts. A fter that day they will bare
to pay cost aai commission.
, , D. A. CRAIG,
T.vx-Collcctor of Maurj-County.
Columlia, Ac7. ."ai, 1 iTi.
For Thirty days at
:ween J Lilij j and Williams., west siJe
Public fci.Uiro, aud at tlieir old etiud, Wc.-t
Dress Goods, Shawls
A full stock offoreJ at tbe lowest prices
Ladies' Hats, Bonnets, Rowers,
plumes, &c, &c.f
At irices that cannot be beat.
Von will save money by pnrrhasinr these
e ooits.Be sore to call and satisfy yourselves.
.10 ircn'iie wjnowroniij.
for old and yonnx,
A large selection.
find toys for the tabies.
Come and s-'e them.
Thankful for past liberal atronae, I boi.e
to continue to receive the same,
Kor. Sharks. it. P.DTTLK.
taW ai WW M yaM. Jl
The undersigned hiynug Jwught
willtxnitinue to carry jti btisiacsa
made great ad3itioiu i4 the way
aVty V1AVI (J -aV-i
In DRY GOODS, CLOTIIIWG, BOOTS, SHOPS, HATS, Ac.
' 5 S !' ;I SMALL SELL
J AST COLORED CALICOS . at.......10 cts.
- -. .;- tj --T"rancjn3al7cb8..7.....;f ...at.........ll ets.
Bleached Domestics at... ......10 cts.
" " i. -
BOOTS &. SHOES cheaper than any other house iu Columbia.
My entire stock of clothing at COST, to close out iu that line,
All and every article in the house CHEAP for CASH.
I SHALL CARRY ON A ! STRICTLY
: A.siKf musxnr
And Bare my customcra from 20 to 33 per ceut.
.'ov. 15. 6m
The Popular House ot
W, E. BR OWN & C O.,
WILL REMOVE TO THE BUIDIXG NOW OCCUPIED BY THE
BANK OF COLUMBIA, OX THE
1st OF JANUARY, 1873.
greatly reduced, and persons wishing to
us a can Detore ouying,
Will be offered to Farmers and others who wish to bay BILL, of GOODS.
THE STOCK IS VARIED AND WELL SELECTED
and will be sold at the
LOWEST FIGURES FOR CASH.
We offer superior inducements as regards Styles, Quality and Prices. An ex
amination of ou stock will coiivinoe you that you cau buy your goods o f us
Cheaper than elsewhere. Wo have:
DRESS GOODS, iu every variety and bandtsome styles.
SHAWLS, Stripe-.! aud Reversible, of Latest Fashions.
FliliiTS, ol vry -Jlyle aud shade.
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, -CLOTHING,
BOOTS Am SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
QUEENSVARE, &C-, &C.
Our Assoilmon'. c iiadies Misses and Children 'a
BOOTS SHOES AND GAITERS,
Cannot be excelled eithor in Style, Q.
MENS' BOOTS AND SHOES AT-ALL PRICES.
IN RE ADY-MADE CLOTHING WUOFFEIltiKEAT INDUCEMENTS
Hats Lower than the Lowest.
Wa would call strict attention to oursystam of doing business.
1st. XVv. kkli. strtia- foh Cask.
and do sot ii avk to ado ox ax kxtra
PUB CEXi'. lO MAKE Ul' FOR LOSSES and TIME CUSTOMERS.
IA. Wc iiivk r.i;r onk trice ox eacu artu'LK. so that u child can bu
goods aa low asa iu-n, and a poor judge
Itnvk vour iroods at the New Store aud
fair and honorable treatmeut, aud will go
NO TEOUBLE TO SHOW GOODS
W. E3- BROWKT c? Oo
North-West Corner Public Square,
Oct. 4, 1874.
WHAT I KNOW ABOUT BARGAINS!
Has opened las Mammoth Stock of Fall and Winter
CLOTHIIG, BOOTS. AD SHOES
HATS ATVX Ace,
Adhering to Ml POI.IC' to bay forCaab and evil for Cish only, I aball Positively
oiler grealer Uargaius tntn any nonse in Tennessee. ; .
LOOK AT TEE PRICES! !
Ubck Alpacas 3 cts., 50cU. and CO cts. per yard, woiiL . 0 cts., 60 rU. andTJ cts. per yard;
Poplins 25 cts., worth cU. er yard; Toidins 50 els., wcrlh 7j cts. pir yard; an in.nienae
stocKoi uress iioas.ijpr ce:iuuss man regular prices: calicoes i;i.o;i, iwana li; cents;
lileached Homestics 12 1-2, 13 and IS cts,worih 16, 20 and 25 cents per yard: 150 Shawls, of the
latest designs, at aitoniebiog low figures; Fine Irish Linen at 40 and 50 cents per yard: 1C0
dozen Ladies' and ChildMiis ITo3a at half pric?; 50 pieces Ecatucky Jeans 10 cents "poryarfj
cheaper tuan sold ai any oiaer uou&b in ioe tny.
UOpairslAdies'Sbncsatla pair; 300 pairs
-a. t r 1 rt ..... AH t .-. -
ou oozen ian ana x.ip iouis mtm ivumuuu vi -j
100 fine Csdimere Suits at $12, worth 118; 50 Black Dress Co its at $3, worth (13;
1,000 pair Pants, from tbe finest cloth to tbe cheapest Jeans Pants, at prices below an)
in tbe city; a good assortment of fine Clothing, with a good asiortmint of Youths' anl
loys, Clothing. -Thousands
of other articles too numerous to mention 50 per cent, cheaper than any
other bouse can afford to fell them at. tall
Oct. 11, 1S73. 6ui.
D R Y- GO OD S ,
Boots, shoes, Hate andQueenoware.
.ALSO, SELLS ALL KINDS OF
Drugs, Medicines, Faiicy Articles, Paints,
Oils, Dye Stuffs, window Glass, Putty, &c.
CHEAPER THAN ANY OTIIER HOUSE IN COLUMBIA.
CALL ANKXAMINR nKFOTlK
lnfUVU f VVLkVII
out Mcssrrf. II. & 11. ZIDAHT,
at the old stand, and haviusr
of Cheap Goods, direct from New
. .at .
..at ..15 cts.
..at... 25 cts. "
at... ......50 cts.
Qoods at Cost.
ldewr f J. H. Larkius Ca.
fKn nripp of rnntiv iroods have been
buy will consult their interest by giving
' or Cheapness.
Having no accounts wo lose no debts,
profit of fiftkkx to twestv-fiv
as chkaf asthe best ju-Jje of goods in
save your money. You wilt receiv
away well pleased.
Gents' Calf Shoes at $1 15 and $3 per pair
and examine, and I know you will purchase
J will sell rn v farm niniainin. a7 ......
situated ou thnHNnUfce Pike, one utile from
LMumMa. This land is 'well Improved,
well fenced, well watered -Rod Umbered ;
the houaea and frncw all new ; youaa or
chard of select fralt. The place is one of the
prettiest and most healthy around Utlunt-
ALHO, i .
'A farm of WO m-resW aplendid land on
the Nashville and Uecutur .iUllroHd. imvru
miles froui Columbia, aud one mll from
Smith's Huitiou: weH improveil ; aplHiidld
water; ifood niilk house: good houso lor
bauds to live iu. The land produces aa well
as any-Rtitd Iu Maury County. Neighbor
hood good and healthy.
Nov, 1. tf. 8TEPHEK JORDAN.
This invention is now nseil by many of
the best fninilics in tho land, and meets
with their unqualified approval, ns the
host of voluntary testimonials bear witness.
FOR SALE BY
8. t NORTON & CO.,
GENERAL DEALERS IN
Nov . 1, ly.-
GOLD PENS AND PENCILS
Superior Quality of Steel l'en3,
Goods sold in job lots at Nash
ville "Wholesale Prices.
COLUMBIA - - - TENNESSEE
ny virtue or a u-oa or trust executed to me
by Maurice UrilUa. cu the lith day or Feb.
ruary, Itll, and icgisU'id in the ItezisterV
Olllcc for Maury tor. v'V. In l5ok I . vol.
p; 1 aud 2; I will on tao it 11 '. of January
187.1, on the premises, ca.".k to public
sale, and sell for cash, the pro t r'r describ
ed in said deed, to-wit: Oue tt-ict aud
parcel of laud, of I'll acres ami 51 crchc,
situated in district No. II, iu Jjury county,
lenn., nuu isiniueu as uniow.; ijeciuiiliig
at the nuHhestMi vorut,r or the "t. Ii. l'olk
tract, (it lieing a part of the san.e), in the
centre ot the lane 111 the east lioiindary of the
original survey, a:id running torn In 87Vr,
west !i ioics, i 1111KS.10 a siukeiu ine norm
boundary of the K. X. Polk tract; thence
south r, west 17 ioles 7 links to a Make;
thence north 7L otr.east 96 ioles, to a stake
in cast iKiununry 01 original survey; iiience
north kT, cast 1.6 poles , links to the begin
ning; containing by cstiinatiun lot acres
alio 01 ierciii!?f.
Also, the following personal property, viz:
neaitoi worn niuies, 1 nint-K in
.orse. 1 imv
head of cattle.
1 four-horse wagon
and haruess,-lj Carey plot's, 4 double horse
Miller plows, i double shovels 11 hull
tongue plows, 1 cotton seraier aud 1 set of
OlncKsnillli s tools.
Nov.J.td. ' fcVCICS E, POLK,
OF VALUABLE LAXD.
Bv virtue of a Decree of the Chancerr Court
rendered at its November Term in tie rases of
tau. W. citzpatrick etals., vs. J. II. Thomas,
'irustee.et als., and M. L. Stockard, and oth
ers vs. James II. 1 houas. Trustee, 1 will sell
to the hiahest biilder. at tbe Court-house door.
in tbe towa of Columbia, on baturday. tha
28th day of December, 1872. a tract or parcel of
land, containing 214 acres, known aa lo,tNo. 2
in the Ueorge Pnlk trct of land of Tout acres.
conveyed toJ. II. Thomas in trust. Said lot
is bounded as follows: (the same being the
Northoast lot in tbe dtviss of (aid truct.t
beginning at a stake in the west boundary line
of Mrs. i.ufus 11. Polk's land, at a stake north
west of a cherry tree, tbe northeast corner of
lot o. 1 in said division running thence north
l'.;: east 4J chains to a stake, the northeast
corner oi lue i'MH acre tract, then b. S'.! west
tiSr-'l chaia to a stake near the top ol tha ridge
witn stual. Honey 1 xmui pointers, nortbeast 12
links and a sugar tree pointer, tbenre sontb
IK , we.-t lj chains to a stake in the held, tbe
northwrsi corucr of said lot No. 1. thenrj
Bono orj wr.- rutins iu iuo uviipoisr.
bald land Ki.l losold upon a credit of six,
twelve, and ihrktccn mouths. Note, with
rood security ill be required .f the nurchassr
or purchasers. V. a. uuut tit, t. A Jl.
Ve s. y.-l
WAQOX BED ELEVATOR
Is a valuable invention, natron ized liberallr.
t . - . '
ana wiu soon oa m use everywaere.
Young men who wish tu travel can make
money dealing in rights. Address
iiliUUUAB K. VF.KTAL,
March 15-tf BantaFe, Tenn.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
By virtue of a decree of the Chancer Court
ilu?.r,? WW lI:fK
ttnarkuian. Admr. Ac. 1. Bath ;..lin wnA I
wofi, 1 win sen vo tue mines 1 nmaer at igi
ouri House, in me town ol UOlnmhia. nn Sfnn.
day, Jauuarv l:(th. 1S73. the remaindar intnrat
of tbe dower set apart tineluding the mansion)
to Mrs. Elizabeth Vestal, widow of Aaron Ves
tal, dec d-, bounded as follows, to-wit: begin
ning at a stake five links south of a large red
oak and runs Nfir" W 21 eh 48 links with tbe
James Vtson tract to a stake in the Une and
tnence i;,' h io cbains Uj links tost stake in
the centre of Know eraek. than.a K 71' VI 11
chains 8 links to a large elm near the Williams I
ri'iiui.iucucviio.:. ii ucdii
E 13 chains
ith 7His K
v links to a
aikberry, thence South tVA 6 chains
ine V I
16 eh I
inks 10 a red oak. then je South 71"
0 links to a stake in the origiaial 1
ary line, thence south VA' W bi eUains 6ilinki
to a stake in the Columbia and oanta e road,
thence X 4 W 7 chains to a stake, thence K
" VI Is chains lb links to a arake In the
branch below the hogpen, thence South Id- W
3 chains to the becinnina. eontaininr 142 acres
and 29 poles. Timbered lani on the ride
bounded as follows: beginning at a hickory
lump tn ferry nights a Hi boundary line and
runs r.aet it chains iv links to a small beecn.
a. tiodwln s corner, thence N chains to a
stake, two ash and a small chestnut fainter
thenoe W ' eiiains 61 links to a stake ta tasa
fras pointers, thence S 6 chaimlto ths begin
ning, containing 16 acres. Haid remainder
ower interest ot Mrs. V esttl, widow of Aaron
"estal. dee'd.. intheesta.teofaaid Aaron Ves
tal, deceased, will be sold on acredit of twelve
month., note with go.Al security wiil be tr
quired of the purchaser, retaining aiep for
lymenini inetiureiiase money.
Dee l W,:'. . - 1. B. fWPElt, e. 1 a.
WE LARGEST 8TOCK
- itf j jaa' w-tum
WINDOW SHADES. &ci
South of .the oliio River.
" Now offered at prima --''
Cost - for Cash.,
Either by Wholesale or Retail by
John W: Hill &Co
"We would respectfully inform tlie citizen
of Columbia and aurroundlns country, that
we have determined, to oQcr our entire
mammoth atock of
" W A T 1T-1 PAPER,
Window Shades, Window Cornices,
' MIRRORS, Ao.,
AT MANUFACTURERS' COST PRICE
Cntil further notica w wtrtsell the bct
UlaseU or Matla Par,at Ut per roll
of 8 yards, and the beat I'eia-laaed at lste
per roll of S yants and all other goods iu
the line at proportionately low prices.
Persons onleri iir paper tv express, ( bill to
be collected on delivery will phstse give the
size of tbo room or rooms and the number
ofopcniiiKK in each, and state about what
prleo they d.-slre to pay.
They will also pleawe atate whether they
desire dark or light paper.
We pledge ourselves to do ff ;WiV to our
patrons entrusting the selection of their pa
per to us, aud should papers which we select
fail to plcaxe we will take theiu back and
give other patterns in place.
Now is the time to buy. Orders solicited.
JOUJf W. UILL at CO.,
So. 22 S. Cvllc;c 4t. bet. Chnrek & Brood.
Nov. 2i lW-J-Gni
Wheeler & Wilson
We, the undersigned, have had the Whee
ler Vtilwn Hewing Machine for sixteen
or seventeen yeara, and take pleasure in cer
tifying that they have always leen satisfac
tory to us. J. w FRIKItsoN,
' - Crow Krll!tes.
A. J. WALK Kit,
. I. Kddyls the agent at Columbia, of
fice at Mrs. 31. J. Uryaut s. Uil and needle
always on baud. Oct 4, ;im
C. A.&V.H. FARIST
Corner S. Main and Derot StxaeU,
COLUMBIA, - - TENNESSEE.
We beg leave to in form our former patron
and friends cen. rally, that we will keen con
stantly on hand a full assortment of
Buggies, Rockaways and Barouches,
which we will sell at the
ersons ii-hina to purchase or have work
done, will find it to tn, ir interest to cl and
examine our work and frices befuie purcbas
Repairing done with neatness and despatch.
ALL WORK W HAUNTED.
Give us a call.
JOTICE TO HUNTERS.
All Derjois hnntinr or tresnissinr nn onr
lands wi.l be prosecuted to the extent ol the
Jonathan Cooper, J. P. Spindle,
(.!. McLean. F. J. Kaicc.
t. II. Oailvie. C. V. Cvr js '
N. V. Carr. Mrs E 1) Isowell.
Nov. , ThcsS. Strattun.
l!v virtueof an execution to mo-directed
from the last (Ircnli Court of Willianisou
counly, in favorof o'llryeu and Wellington
vs. iniiieau iciea mul li. at. Hatcher, 1
will sell far caah. to the highest ! iihler. at
the Court-house door in the '. wti of C0I11111-
Ma, on Monday, the ."Kli tiay of lercmber,
1S72, tliefullowing described real estate to
wn; .a vaiuanie low n lot, Willi a goou
dwelling and slore-liouse ujMm i'. situated
i:i the state of Tennessee, Maury countv,
Civil District No. 1(3, and in the town ot
Ilaiiishire,nnd boundi-l as follows, to-wit:
Nortii and Wwl by Fletcher aFrris; Kast by
Main struct: (south by l'attou'a b.acksiullb
shop. liOt eonlaiuiug alxmtoue acre, levitsl
upon and to le sold as the proM?rt v of deft,
B. M. Jlatcbcr, to Ki,tifv viul Ft Fa nnd
cot. WW LATTA, Micrilt
Nov. aa, , Maury Countv.
MRS. M. J. BRYANT'S
(North Side Publip Square,)
WELL SELECTED 8T0CK OF FALL
Dress Tiimminirs, and Faacv
BOKKETS, IIATS DRESS CAPS,
Sash Ribbons, Bonnet: and Tunmings, Veils
Nets, Gloves, Ilusierr, Coreets. lloon Skirts
Necklace Headbands, Jewelry,
K0TI0X3 A5D VARIETIES
AU of whhh have Leeo tmrchased with care
in the Eastern Markets, and will be Bold at
PRICES TO SUIT THE TI1IES.
The tdrsntajie of a long experience in busi
ness ma large city, will enable hertODleaae
even wc niusi lasnaious.
Dress Waking done in Ulesbstvles.
Patterns of ercrr descriotion. both for T.
dies and Children on hand, and cut to order
from ten to nrty cents each.
She has also last added to ber stock of
goods, a large and well assorted stock of
Ladies' and Children Heady Hade Olotbinsr.
-S CTUKinir aa stamping aoce to order
Br virtue of a decree of the Chincr, C,.-r
rendered at itsNoveuibor Tenn, 1S72. ia the
caseoi Jonn u. boose vs. ItoSert SI. Cooke
et als., I will sell to the highest bidder, at the
Court-house dour, in the town nf ?n!
oo Saturday, the2S h Derember next. 172. t
tractor pare jI of land, in the 14th civil dis
trict of Maury bounty, eonlainiag 5UU ncres.
inure or less, aud bounded as follows : Ou tbe
north by Kliiabeth Reese, and the original
not :h boundary uf ibe Johu O Cooke land; on
iu uui uy raynomeand J. 11. Web-.-ter;
on the South oy J. Ii. Web.-tcr bnd Big
bigby Creek, and on the West by Eno Kub-
O'tson. t.. II. cellars nil Klw l,tl, K....
Said tract of VJO acres, twiih the exception of
yt acre for uraveyard.) will be sold on a credit
o: one. two and three rears, except the sum of
six per cant- to be paid In cash, and ujtea with
good security will be required of the purchas
er or purcnaiers for the .balance, c-aid n tes
bearing interest from day of sale, and a lien
expressly retained for. payment of the rur
chats luunev. The same will be sold hi. frum
the equity of redemption. Said laud will be
sold in two or mora trr.Ls s.n 1 tlin mm a. arhol.
The highest bid will be the sale. Minimum
price f 18 UU per acre. A plat and full particu
lars wiu oe lurni-iteu oa day of sale.
Dee. & 1S72.
XTOA - UBSIDiafT NOTICE.
Clep.s amo MasTia's Omi e, - 1
Coli sail. Tins-, 1)72. i
Mary C. Pattoa
O C. Patton et als.
It aBDearina from affidavil Glad in th ia
that tha Defendants. Ueorra Patton. ft l
Patton and Curia Crouch, formerly Patton,
are non-resident of the bta'.e of Tennes-ee:
itistbereiore ordered that ther ester their
appearance, herein, before or ailila the lint
three days oitbo next tsrm of tie Chancery
vourt, 10 om aeia atQiuniB'., oa tee 1st Alan
uay ia 4 use next. 13,0. ana ncd, 1 uW( - or
demur to eomplainut's t li.or the same will
oe laaon ior eonicjwd aa to u.m. an.i t r...
haaxina ex Durte. sjii! tjial a. mh. ofil,;.
oe puousueu ior loar consecutive weeks in the
- - T - - - J . v.l
voiumoia ucr- 1. i'. B.tuurKKt, M
Dee. . 4w.
State of Trnnest:3, Maury County; R. A.
McKay. J, P. R, a. Thompson, vs. W. A,
rountree. In tkiiram. ; K.
Court that W. A, Rountree. defendant, has
absconded '-" f.b.ted himstlf so that the or
dinaty p:ovvss cf law cannot bese. rdon him.
is tnereiore ordered tbst pao. ation ne
mid ia the Columbia Herald, for four eon-
Seeutiva wwlrf rir'tnm tha SAIll W. A.
.Rountree t3.;jear at my office, at Carter's
t ' l ...... tm I . 1 . 'II.. .1.. .
reca ctaiion, oa xnesaay. ton uj 01
iseeemDer 1ST-, to answers 113 suit, or ice tame
will ha takea tor confessed snd set for hearing
ei nana. n. a. rara a 1
v 2y it.
1 astiee of the Peaee.
How reoeirinca large assortment of
SILVER & PLATED WAHE
lad Fancy Goodk,
The Coliunbia Jewelry Store,
JOS. H. JAJttES.
Spectacles a Speciality.
Agreatvariodt to suit all eyes, and afiio
Uonaof the eyas.
Enaraving done ia tha bast manner, a
J Goods ! Jet Goods !
How opening at tha Columbia Jewelry Store,
a handsome assortment of Jet Jewelry, the
cheapest ever brought to this market.
Watchmaker and Jeweler, West Mai &t.
Personal attonUon paid to Repairing Wt-h
ea and Jewelry. (AlarcU 22. 1872.
.PIQUE, printed and white, "
PIQUE FL0UXCLNQ, and other style of Pi.jas
BLACK SILKS, good assortment, at reduced
Wis dow Ctbtajn Matxxial, BHAnaa, Ca-
raruia, niu rrxa, aro.
2 W. J. DALE Jc SON S.
Kuhn & Turpin,
PLO W S
Have on hand the most extensive ami va
ried assortment of Unifies An., of an v man
ufacturers In the Slate; varvini: in prW (for
Leather Top ltug-0-ie;o from 2oi to Joi. '
DIXIE SUuding Top ROCKAWAYS,
Tbe best, handsotuest and Chcaiest
LITTLE FAMILY CARRIAGE
For either one or I v. o horses, to tje found
anywhere. All v: 1 :ir owi liianufuctarv, I
uiei warrauieu lor k.7eive IllonttlS.
We are also lua&i-facturiug a full line o
And other Agricultural Iuideiueuts.
June 14. 72.
KUHN & TUflplN.
Richmond in the Field!
Colcmbia. Tass Sept. 2Kb. 1871.
I would respectfully announce to the people
of Maury, and the adjoining counties, thatl
hare just received and am opening s bug
and complete assortment of
SIIELF AND LIE AY Y
Consisting in part of
W03TEMUQLM, WADE AND BUTTjilEB
ASD ALL BRANDS
AXEKICAX A31D EXCLlSII
OF ALL KINDS,
HOUSE AND MULE SUOES,
HORSE NAILS, .
FIRE RRICIIS, CEMENT,
FELLOE'S, HUBS, SrOKES,
Stove & Tinware,
aud everytliing iertaining to a
FIRST CLASS THJ SHOP.
TIN ROOFING, GUTTERING
AND AMERICAS .
in aU stjlea.
And ia fact everything pertainiag to th
general business, which I intend leliiag a
the very lowest rates for CASH.
Thaa kful for past patronage. I ask for a eoa
tinaance ol the same ia the future.
Call and examine my stock and prises, and
I feel eoaidsnt that all will Snd it to their in
terest to faver ma with their pairo-age.
Mar. L ly. . W.L. HURPHT.
A fina saw mill t. 1... I. . ,
ti. A. MeLemore. at Kprmg liill, Tennessee.
lie Will Sell It Mr a.K n, InmW n k. J.i:
red anywhere on the LouUvilte aud Nashville
wrwai ooutnern nauroau. A. responsible
party eaa retmilL and saw tha InaU. t.r...
paying for the same. For particulars address
" . IL A. MrLEJtORE.
Nav.22.8l. HpriagliUl. ,
- . -1tnW-waaltAAwswawaaa t
akery & Conner.
ii. h. & j. h. j:;.;isoii
ISiiccessurs ta jr, UersM a k Co. j
- Ws, t'.rwer sSk2ai "
Keep cousuutly on hand,
FnESii DREAD , CUNS,
AND ALL SORTS OF CAKES,
PLAIN & FANCY CANDIES
CANNED Fr.CIT3 ASD VEGETABLES;
Pickles, . . Jellies, Preserves
rafe,AR Dd CorFt:E0M He lowest
WEDDINGS, PARTIES, PICNICS,
prompty filled Iu tbo very best style.
A,ke'' sale at aU boors of th rfar"
Alcecwaa, furubO.e.1 at aborts iVjT
Bank of Columbia.
J. W.S. RIDLET,
VV. B. WIUSOX.
Esute of 3AMCEL F.MAYEsVdec'tL
I- . MTEBsi, PrMdt.
W P. IXJttA3I,Cauii,r.r.
May 10. 1872-tr
piRST NATIONAL BANK
OF COLUMBIA, TEJOf
J - - , tioo.ooo
bMKKK' I J -V-TOWLKR,
T H." ft wvsi VBIEJW-V
unuf l 8UTtr OTan-.
Collectimmadu and remitted for oa davrf
panseut atcunentrateaot uL' 3
Keven uv stamp Tor sale.
" J0HM FKIERS0N. Prcst.
. LICIUS FRIERSON.VicsPres't.
JAMES B. CHILDRESS, Cash'r.1
FIRE INSURANCE COMPART,
Aro. 41 .YortA CMtyc Slre
NASUVLLLK. . . .
Jos. W. Aliis,
A. . Amahs,
W. M- Cooca.
R- B. CariTa.
Atiii. J. 'orr.
Jo, W Ti.aAs.
' J -Iimnsii,
zt. K. liajrria.
rpfllS COMPASlf CONDUCTS ITS Bl'St-
Ia. r-i. , s"- i-w m wall IDS
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J031I. c UAILKV S CO., Affla,
APP, KCDf-PP G CC-
laf Manufactory of
Has Ju.rt Nh-u oim'u and will ba nn.i..i
Who.ri":. .'""n 5 "hSVTSSS ,
WWi5au"laaurrUUtXX, 1U tiJe bU3lue-
Reapers, Mowers, Saw Mills
Horse powers. Cider Jlills. all etasaes of
Maclilnery an.l Country ll.Ulow WaTTlroui
r eiicmg, UruU-iliB, utid B.n,ri.. ' 1
1 roiupt attention given toall'sorts of rc
piiiriiiK, at Nashville price. "7 W
Ihe lushest market prices raij htt
OLD IRON, COPPER AND BRASS,
Foundry ,.j,r ln0 luHn,.-
UUU.U'P A CU.
Y0U WILL HAVE
" ' ' " IF YOU BUY A
roa Tiur Alt tile
0.-. - U
The Best CookinjStove
IN TILS MARKET.
It will Uks UiU:,
Requires ki fuel.
And the duors art mora carefully fitted tbaa
any other dJli Ci:7 nude.
It ia a KUUE THING thatacj r:SMA waoli
ever aavd in
Would not exchange it for an j other Stove.
I keep ia Stock a full line of Step acd etlur
cheap btovea which I will scl ai
BEFORE rURCUASINa ELSXWIIEUC
Call and sea me, next door to Tost CSs tK-
Side Pa2hjBC,aare,Cs!umb, Teaa.
r. IX. ATTWEJUO.
tS"EooHng, Gutterinc aad JoL
Worijro:pU7r-Uoaced to. tad .
rcaaonabla prica " .
CALL AND E1C ILL CZJS.XH CAU
At tha Junction ef the Pulaski and Camokella
GROCERIES, DRY uNnt.
And Country Produ.. "
WiU buy and sell all kinds' ef Country Pro- .
dace an Commiasioa.
All Ueoda delivered
S,7.-' W. I ,va .V. C
U auy part ef tk
eity, rasa or caaaMa.