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L. McCOUU, Editor nl Publisher.
Fmirin the right the Printing Tres should bo,
The tyrant's foe, the champion of the free;
Vaithful and constant to its sacred trust
Calm in iU utterance in its judgments just;
Wide in its teaching; incorrupt and strong
To speed the right and to denounce ths wrong.
FRIDAY MOUSING, NOV 'It. 23, 1866,
. CII0S3 HARKS (X.) .
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indicates tho expiration of your subscription
are compelled to adhere to onr rule of payment in
advance. Wc Lopi you will renew without delay.
"Tub speaker iben drifted upon the slave
ry question. lie made the startling an
nouncement ths.t four milliou 'happy peo
ple' had been set adrift to starve, to please
England; that - five hundred thousand of
those 'happy' slaves tied already died, and
that an equal number were diseased unto
eath." ;. . -
George Francis Train uttered the truth
when he Baid i.his, at a late Fenian meet-
Princess Muratt arrived in Boston
on Wednesday of last week, oq her way
from France to Florida, where, before the
war, Bhe possessed a large amount of proper
ty in negroes and lands. The Emperor
Napoleon has given her a pension of 20,-
000 francs a year. She is the grand-daugh
ter of Joachin Muratt, once King of Naples;
her great-grandmother was a pister of
4. -y - -
We see in one of our exchanges the pro
position gravely made to run at the next
Presidential election Benjamin F. Butler, of
Massachusetts, for President, and Wm. G.
Brownlow, of Tennessee, for Vice-President.
The one to represent, the courage,
military skill and honesty of New England;
the : other, the piety, truth and decency of
the Southern loyalists.
An exchange eays a thunderbolt from a
perfectly cloudless sky struck a church and
three dwelling houses at Rising Sun, Indi
ana, a few days ago. It killed one girl and
stripped all the clothing from a boy, whom,
strange to say, it only stunned. A mo 0
remarkable electrical phenomenon has rari?
It is eaid that Gen. T. F. Meagher, act
ing Governor of Montana, has recanted his
radical opinion, and come out for Pieeident
To the eves of a correspondent of the
London Times, Brownlow 's attitude in the
carriage at Philadelphia was a most sUrt
ling picture of vulgar ease. To the eyes of
most gentlemen, his general attitude is that
of a long-eared "vulgar" animal, ' -
OF ABOUT ' :
5000 Acres of Land.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery court at
Pulaski, Tenn., in tho cause of S. L. Willeford.
adm'r., ete., vs Benjamin Ashworth and others, I
will sell to the highest bidder, at the times and
places mentioned below, the following lands and
town property mentioned in he pleadings, belong
ing to the estate ot vv.L,. vvilletord dee'd., to-wit:
Thursday, Cth of December, 1863.
At Lynnvillo, one IIouso & Lot No. situated
in Lynnviile, in the 15th civil district, bounded
on the south hy W. N. Hackney: least by T. W. R
Cannon; fronts the pub'.lo Bquareon the north; and
west by the Turnpike road; being the same sold on
Execution in is, as the property ot W. r. and J.
ALSO, ONE OTHER TOWN LOT in Lynnviile,
the same deeded to W. L. Willeford by Dan Kosier,
adjoining lot or JN. li. Angus and the lot owned by
the bons or lemperance.
A T sn n'TfnTnifPTnwvinT : t
' V . . ' .. . i 1 It ftj UU . ft III..
adjoining Mrs Susan Woolridge, on Bigbyville and
riiij Btrwia, uuu cuuluuis nooui acre.
Also Land Grant 21941, containing acres, in 15th
civil district of Giles county, on the east pronar of
T . 1 , - - ..I ! . r T
Mini creutt aujuimng n.b lauus vi uirs. xmerson,
li.ankenship and others.
Also a tract of 27 acros, 15 cleared, on tho west
sido of Turnpike, in 15th district, on Lynn creek,
i ft, . , , i . . . . . . . . . ." .
ujoimng me lanasoi jas. t vans, u 11 Wittetal.
On Friday December 7th, 1866,
At Campbollsville, two town lots in said town.
onebeiitffin tho eastern portion, adioinintr the lot
of Jas. Ritenberry, the other adjoining the lands of
W T Perry on main street.
Also Land Grant 1&1R3 of 100 acres in 14th dis
trict, on head waters of Big creek, adioining Andre w
Yokely, Butler Hale, Seanes & others.
AUoLaiid Grant 21S91 of 44j acres, on Towder
Mill branch of Big cree, adjoining A Yokely's 200
Kurvey and n 1j wiueiordts low acre entry.
Also Land Grant 193P.5 of 643 acres in 14th dis
trict on head waters of Big creek, adjoining lands of
V. iltslmre, 1 lioophalus Jones, John 1 Poster, J
M and J Xogg, lv LiHham iv others. . . -
LftiLna wraut laoi oi ew a.-res m itn diavrict, on
BisrTeek, adjoinin" the lands of N R Oilmore, E
SiuiniK, Uavis Kilerees, Jesscc Hackney & others.
. Lund Grant 1J254 of 255 acres In 5th district, on
Miu-kley's branch of Weekley's creek, adjoining
Unss Harwell, Li wen, J rsransan o others.
Land Grant 1925 of 75 acres on Ham's creek, ad
joining the land-yif Win V Tidwell James Luker, J
A oats,ias . u lenity oc uuiens.
On Saturday December 8th '66, at Pulaski,
Land Grant 181S5 of W0 acres in 4th and 6th dis
tricts, on head waters of Esrnew's crock and Shann
on's fork of Susrar creek, adjoinin? the lands of If
Coiier, Wm Fcrrill, 1) N Myrich, Leu Reed fc others.
Land Grant 19255ol 1000 acres in 4th district, on
shannon's and clear fork of Sugar creek, adjoining
Allen Jones, vt it warren, Jno uarcer& others.
Lund Grant 22557 of t acres on Weekly's ere
iuljoimng lands of Kenben Warren, Jol:
Isaiah Mascy, Jas 11 Maxey and others.
Iind Grant 21999 of 8 i acres, on Champ's fork
of Werklev'a creek, adjoining Unds of Warner R
Harwood, John .Beavers, frundusky and others.
Land Grant 19-253 ot 82' acres on Shannon's Fork
of Surar creek, adjoining ihc lands of Andrew Alsop.
Land Grant S-2r,56 of 79 aores on Little Shoal creek,
Adjoining the hinds of Nathan Cox and others.
Also 15 acrP in 5th district, on Cuaiop's fork of
w eekley crok a.tK'ininr lue lauds ot Warner R
Harwood, P Harwell & others. Le in? the samo deed
ed by John lioaver to W L, w lilclord,
The above Grants from the State of Tennessee to
W L Willeford, eontui&ing H' gether about 50o0
acres, lying along the boundary ot Uil and Law
rence counties, are well watered and timbered.
Terms credit of 6, 12, 13 and 24 months with int.
Notea with good security will be required and s
lion retained uam mo purcuae moiey is raid.
nor 9 A. Wi.e
Josh Billings savs if a man ia coin to
make a business of serving the Lord, he
likes to e hitrWoit when ha measures
onione, as well as when he hollars halle-
luv&r. - ' " ' ;
Gen. Les accepts the Dtic of all stu
dents who are unabta lo pay the fees at
Washington College, believing that young
men who receive their education under such
circumstances will pay when able. There
have been eight hundred applicants for ad
mission to the college this season.
A Southern Debtor's; Letter. ,
A Philadelphia creditor reminded his
Southern brother of "that little bill." and
has received the following reply:
"Sir: Yours of September 18th js to
hand. It is rerj true that tWe amount
stated ia Yery 6mall to you, but hard to
raisa bv one who has been plundered and
despoiled by a setjaf thieves and cut-throats
It is no fault of mine that you have not
baen paid long since.' I think any one who
has the 60ul fa man in him would be wi'
lin to wait ou a Southern debtor; but we
begin to think there ia not much soul in the
sweetest word in our language is
The greatest word in our language is
The word expressing the shortest
time is Now.; The three make the greatest
and sweetest duty man cap perform.
The Crescent states a curious fact ia re
fer-nee to the commerce of New Orleans.
Instead of being exporters of sugar and
molasses, as was formerly the case, both
are now largely imported.
Confederate bonds were quoted iu the
Liverpool market on the 27ih cf October at
five and a half to six pence on the dollar.
This price was maintained, savs the Europe
an Times, on "the idea that the quarrel be
tween the President and Congress may re
sult in something favorable to the Southern
States and their creditors." , , . ..
No 43 Col'esefcStreet,
Green &: Green,
Corner Fourth and Main Streets.
OUR HAT and CAP STOCK
TTTILL comprise all that is new and desirable in
VV imported and Eastern Goods, besides many
tyles of our own m.ke and design.
0U FTTENISHINa" . DEPAETKE1IT
Contains a Iaree and complete assortment of every
thing that gentleman needs, in shlrU, underwear,
Hosiery. Tics beans, Huspenders, vuoves sonars.
0 I - l r
A Large line of Goods for
The manufacture of our "Kentucky Yoke Shirts"
forms a very prominent feature of our business.
These shirts are made from actual mersurement,
and warrnted to fit or "no sale."
DIRECTIONS FOR SELF-MEASUREMENT,
and blank orders sent to those who cannot conve
niently call, and goods Bent by Express.
PLAKTATI0H HATS AND SHIRTS,
In quantities to suit, and ail qualities.
One ZPrieo Only.
a'pril 20 ; .
"Warranted as Represented.
J. P. MAT,
1. C. 60IS0H,
A. X. MAT.
Hay. Gordon (k Hay
. DEALERS XH
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods,
READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS,
Boots, Shoes, Hard, Queens & Glass-ware,
"West aide Public Square, near Tennestsee House,
TTTHERE thev will at all times be pleased to see
V their friend and the puplic generally, janli
r.fin A ftflUN Til: AGENTS wanted for tirm.
tute arli,li, just out. Address O. T,
t.REY, O.t-Bni.diE?. Bid.icfsrd. 51 Jewly
ON the 1st day of December next, I will sell to the
highest bidder, for cash, at the courthouse door
in Pulaski, a tract of land in the lstcivil district of
Giles connty, on Elk River, containing 171 acres.
8old as the property of R. Lu Holloway to satisfy an
execution issued to me ttom the circuit court in favor
of Ananias T. Oliver, assignee.
- ' ili. H. PEDEN. Fh'ff.
nov2-td . By B. B. EZELL, Dp'ty.
FAHLI rOR SALE.
PURSUANT to n decree rendered by the circuit
eourt of Giles county, in the cans ot Thomas J
Hazlewood, adm"r. fcc. vs. Kobert N. Hazlewood
others, I will sell to the highest bidder on premises.
Oo Friday 23d day of November, 1866,
a tract of land containing,' exclusive of the widow's
dower and about oa acres er joined by the Chancery
court, about 200 acres, in district No. 2 of Giles co.,
near Prospect depot, on the N. & D. K. B., adjoin-
llilc L-ftiG lauug vi 4b. iiii)buu vuuiciiun aviu.iljt m
others, the late residence ot Littleberry Hazlewood,
dee d. Well improved; well timbered and watered
Terms. 20u c.ish: balance on 1 and 2 years'
credit with interest. Notes with good security re
quired and lien retained. Sold free from the equity
of redemption. ...
oct 25 F. T. McLatrue, clerk.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Pulaski, Tenn., in the cause of E. C. Oliver and
others vs. S. F. Clark and others, 1 will, on
Friday, the 23d day of November, 1368.
sell to the highest bidder on the premises, a tract of
about eoa acres described in tne pleadings, on tne
west prone of Bradshaw's creek, bounded north by
S Marsh, heirs of M B Woods dee'd , and Porter
Clark, west by W Griggs, so-.:th by W Griggs and W
Collins, east by Wm Orr and Mary J5 Lee.
$300 cash, and balance in 1 and 2 years with inter
est. Note and security required, and lien retained.
oct 25 ' r ; ' A- COX, c A rn
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery conrt at
Pulaski in the cause of Jas. Brewer, adm'r. vs.
Nancy A Brewer and others, I will aell on
Saturday, the 24th of November, 1866,
on the premises, a tract of about 52 acres of land,
situated in the 8th civil district of Giles county, on
Bradshaw's creek, and is the same con veved by deed
of gift from Richard Bradley to Elizabeth Ilackey
in the year ib4S.
Sold on a credit of one and two years with inter
est from davof sale.
Notes with eood security required ol purchaser
and a hen retained, . , ...
oet25 . A. COX, cm
CHANCERY SALE OF LAND.
TYURSUANTto a decree of the chancery court at
A Lawrenceburg, Lawrence county, at the October
term 1866, in the cause of James H Sullivan a others
vs. James Smith and wife and others, I will, on
Saturday. 24th day of November, 1866,
sell to the highcFtbidder rn the premises, at the late
residence of Samuel W Sullivan in said county, the
tract ot land described m the pleadings, situated in
the ftth civil district ot said county, containing iw
acres, with the improvements thereon, on th north
west side of Bier fhoal creek, and is bounded on the
north by the lands of John Stribling, east by John
Tinnon, south west by John Mccracken.
Sold on acrcdit ofoneand two years (except a cash
payment of 100) with notes bearing interest from
date with approved security, retaining a lien until
the purchase money ib paid.
noV2-td JL . 11. li 115155, c a m
Of Valuable Lands, &c.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Oancery court at
Lawrenceburg. at the October term, 1?66, in the
cause of L. Mino Bentley. tx'r. of Lee M. Behtley
dee'd , vs. Martha A. Bentley others, I will, on
Monday the 26th of November next,
6ell to the hisfhest bidder, at the court 'house in Law
renceburg, the following
Tracts or Parcels of Land:
One Tract known as the Thos, A. Richardson
place, containing 13 acres, One known as the
bam'l. M'Lain t, Burkett tract, containing 105 acres
One known ns the Estes tract, containing 170 acres,
One known as the Rufus G. Ramsey tract, contain
ing 23 acres. And one Store House and Lot in the
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town of L-awreneeburg known as tne iicno.son ana
Niller House Lot. now occupied by A.J. Powell
all in the 8th and 9th civil districts ot said county.
Tkvms: Credit of 1 and 2 years except a pro
rata cash payment of $W on each tract. . .
Notes and good versonal security required and liens
retained until the purchase monej is paid.
.Lawrenceburg nov 2. , 1. tl. tritsuto., c m
LAND E0R SALE.
PURSUANT to a decree of the chancery conrt at
Pulaski, in the cause of W. Worley vs. J. L
Mitchell and others, I will, on
Monday the 26th day of November, 1866.
sell to the highest bidder on tho premises, a tract of
116 acres, described in the pleadings, situated iu
the nth civil district of tii les connty, adjomini the
lands pf Margaret Ezell and other,
Sold on a credit of 1 2 years, with interest from
day ot sale. Notes with good security required and
a hen retained.
oct. 25. A. COX. o. a if.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Pulaski, Tenn., in the cause of C. N. Ordway
et al., vs. A. M. Carter, et al., I will, on -
Wedne day the 23th of November, 1866,
sell to the highest bidder ou the premises, the tract
ot about scau acres descn bed in the plead; ngs, situa
ted one mile south of Pulaski, bounded north by
Bramlett estate, east by Richland creek, south by
Dr. Thos. White and W M Beasiev. west by J O
Smith, being the same on which A it Carter resided
for several years. f
-Sold on acredit of 6and 12 months with interest.
Bond and good security raalrs4 o4 the psrehaaej.
ana a lien rebaiiiea ou me iaua.
oct. 25. A. COX, o. if.
Pursuant to a decree of the Chuncery Court at Pu
laski, Tenn., in the cause of Amanda Harwell.
adm'r. Ac., vs Martha A Harwell and others, I will,
0a Thursday, 29th" of November, 1SS6,
sell to the hi a best bidder on th- nremi-es.
a tract of 71 acres of desirable land, situated in the
county of Giles, on the wafers of Ecne w's creek, and
is the same deeded by Wm Vaughan to Theophalus
xiarwcii in isou.
Credit of 6, 12 and 18 months witb Interest.
Notes with goodsecuiity will be required, and lien
Oct., 25. A. COX, o. M.
Xisind for salei "
J3URSUANT to a decree of the Chancery court at
m. i uwki iu iiic cause oi r. u. Hammonds vs. al.
F. Baulch, I will sell to the highest bidder, on
Friday the 30th of November next,
on the premises, a tract of land described In the
pleadings, belonging to the estate of Hiram F Baulch
dee'd., situated in th4th civil district of Giles co ,
adjoining the laids of S. B. Hammonds, W. P. Cole
Also a Tract of about 120 acres
near the above described tract, on Puncheon camp
Branch, adjoining the lands of N. A. Wrrn. An
derson Hogan and others. Foj further information
apply to h. li. Uainmonds.
Credit of , 12 18 month with interest Notes
with good security required and alien retained,
nov 2 A COX c m
tW Don't forget that we have a splendid JOB
E in i-ounrtin with our Xw pijie' etai
lihml, wliich enables us to put ttp ne(it job a
can be don an" where in the Mate. Brine ou vour
cards., hund-bill. eireulsrs, etc.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery court at
Pulaski in the cause of Andrew Smith others
vs. the heirs of RoN,rt Smith and others, 1 will, on
Saturday the ist f Dchbef nvxl
sell to the highest bidder on the premises, the tract
ot 117 acres ot lsnd descriOKi in the pieadmes. situ .
ated in th 8d civil district of Giles conrty oh Jenk
ins creek near bethel, adjoining the lands of Judge
Coleman and others. For further information ap
ply to Andrew Smith or Joseph Edmundson, Bethel
Tebms: Credit of 1 and 2 years with interest
except a cash pavment ot 250.
Notes with good security will be required of each
purchaser and a lien retained.
now 2 - - - - --A. COX, e m
LAND FOR SALE,
T)UBSUANT to a decree of the Chancery conrt at
I Pulaski in the cause of Henry M. btanly vs. Jas,
Pully and others, I will, -
Tnesday. the 4th of December next
pell to the highest bidder, on tho premises, the tract
of 116W acres of land mentioned in the pleadings,
situated in tho 2d civil district of Giles county, on
Elk diver and Richland creek, with abont 80 acres
. . i , . r 3 .1 - u 1 , ait :M
cleared ana uuuor icuce, anu m umui-o wen um
bered. There is a comfortable dwelling house, out
houses, a good peach an . apple orchard, a never tail
ing well ot good water on the place one of the finest
mill seats, on Kicniand creeK, aDoui miies irom
the Railroad and is altogether one of the most de
sirable tracts in the county.
Teswb: Credit of and 2 rears with interest.
Notes with good security required and alien retained
ncfr 2 . A. uua, c a m
LAITD rOE SALE.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery court at
Pulaski in the cause of J. P. C. Reed vs. .Eliza
beth Kimbro, I will sell to the highest bidder, yn
Wednesday the 5th of December uext
on the premises. 857J acres of land, adjoining that
of J. P. C. Keed, Robert Mitchell, M. Hazlewood &
others, in 2d 6th civil district of Giles county,!)
milcssouth-weit or Aspen Hill Mation.
Credit of 6, 12 and 18 months with interest
Notes with good security required and lien retained.
nov 2 A. tUA., c m
LAND FOR SALE.
TIURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery court at
X Pulaski, in the cause of Francis A b Morrow vs.
Mary II. Hickman and others, I will, on
- Monday the 10th of December next
sell to the highest b'dder, on the premises, the pnrt
or piirts of three tracts ot land, containing U gether
about 800 acres, not covered by the widow's dower,
belonging to the estate of Wm. Hickman, dee'd, sit-
i .i . . . v 1 .. . . e 1 : l .
uaiea in tue Itia civil xisirict ui vriies cuuutv, uu
the waters of Big creek. Persons desiring further
icformationcan apply to F. A. S. Morrow or Amos
Teems: Credit of 1, 2 and 3years with interest.
Notes with good security required .nd lien retained.
sept 23 ' . A COX, c m
- . Ijand. Sale
"PURSUANT to a decree of th Chancery Court at
X f ulaski, lenn., in the cause or
R L Evans vs. W II Robinson and others, I will, on
Tuesday, 11th day of December, 1868,
sell to the highest bidder, on the premises, at the
late residence of the said Wm H Robinson, the tract
of SO acres of land described in the pleadings, be
longing to said Robinson, adjoining the lands of H
J Walker, liugu fehielda ci others.
A credit of 6 and 12 months with interest.
Bond and security will be required of purchaser and
a lien retained on the land.
Nov 16 . . ' A. COX, c. A M.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Pulaski, Tenn., in the cause of J B Childers vs
Wm S Judkinand others, I w ill, on
"Wednesday, I2th of December, 1866,
sell to the highest bidder on the premises, a tract of
about 150 acres of land described in the pleadings,
situated in the 6th civil district of Giles county,
on the waters of Dunnaha's creek, belonging to R.
B Judkins, and auioinn? the lands of Jas Kaiidall,
MephenU Williams, and others.
$200 in cash. Balance in 6, 12 and 13 months
with interest. Notes with jrood security will be re
quired of the purchaser, and a lien retained.
JlOV 15. A. LUi, C. M.
SALE OF . LIVE STOCK,
Farm Impl ments. 1c,
TJURSUANT to 4 decree of the chancery court at
-L Pulaski. Tenn., in the canss of W R bickerson
vs. Miin MoClure et al. and F G Westmoreland et
al., vb. M McClure et al, I will, on
Thnrdiiy I3ih ol D- cetn'tfr next,
sell to the highest bidder, on the premiees, at the
residece of Delendant, the property described in the
jplcadings, belonging to Milt.n and F B McClure,
consisting oi live st'cKic . as tohows:
20 head Horses, 4 Wacrons,13 Milch Cows, 2 Yoke
Oxen, 50 Hogs, 10 Miller Plows, a quantity of ears,
harnes, shovels, 4 rsedsteads. Jieds and bed cloth
ing, 8 iron spindle wagons ana 10 muies.
Sold on a credit of 4 months with interest.
Bond and good security required of the purchaser
ISovlG a. wa, c b m
TJTJRSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
X Pul8ski, Tenn., in the cause ot llios. Martin,
adm'r. vs. Francis Mayfield and others, 1 will, on
Friday, the Uth of December, 1866,
Bell to the hitrheat bidder on the premises, a tract of
I . f 1 ' 1 ! .1 ! t .
Labout 2514 acres oi land aescrjoeain tne pieaaings,
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situateu in tne tncivu o-istncvoi vueo couny, ou
Ecnew's creek, bounded north by the Potter Li nd-
sav tracts, east bv Dr Deavanport. south bv Jeffer
son Chambers; west by Roland. Also the remaind
er in the dower tract free Irora redemption.
Sold on a credit of 6 & 12 months with interest.
Note with good security required and lien retained.
JNovlS A. UUa, cm
SALE OF TOWN LOTS.
TiORSUANT to a decree of Charcery court at Pn.
XT laski.in the cause of Samnel Cos vs. E. Gordon,
I will eel to the highest bidder, at the courthouse
in i ulusRi, on
Satarday the 15th of December next
the town lots described in the pleadings Nos, 153,
133, 134 and 185, on corner orMadion and Third
streets, adjoining Dr. Sumptcr, and known as the
Posey Gordon Livery Stable.
A credit of 6, 12, 18 and 24 months with interest
from dy of sale. Notes with good secuiity will
be required and a lien retianed.
Nov U . A. COX, o m
PURSUANT to a decree ol the Chancery eourt at
Pulaski, in the cause of Charles Leatherman vs.
Sarah A. Ne&l and others, I will, on
Monday,- the 17tli of December, 1SGS,
sell to the highest, bidder on the premises, at the
residence of Dr. W. i.. Lancaster, tne tract of iWO
avres of land described in the pleading's, belonging
to Sarah A. Netil, situated in the 6th civil district
of Gilea county, on Bavhanan' ereek, adjoining the
lands of G. W. Pitts SE others, and the tbeetai ot
Henry Neal, or so much thereof as will be necessary
to saUofy judgment, cor-ts fec.
Credit of 8 months with interest. Note with
goo necarity required ol the purchaser and a lien
retained - " -
Nov 1 A. COX, cam
ALL PERSONS havinjr claims strainst the estate
of Robert Moore are requested to come forward
and prnot th, dirl- proKafcxl. within the timi
pre. riUxI hy law. ..r the same will be barred by thf
tatole of limitations. J. E Hamilton, the forrot-t
a..ln'ftinUtriitor, hain' re irrjed and I have betr.
i i. . :vt..:d 1J1 hl pla.;e. All h.tboiih owing th -tale
wi i , i' rurl t..i ouv op, as the ta
ft,. hv aa .i. D. H. V& KfrO.N:?.
BT virtu of five writsof Vend. Exponas issue! to
me from th Orouit conrt of Giles county, at its
August term, 1S66, in the ftllowing causes, vi2t
W. R. Dickerson vs Wash. Waldrop, et al.
ti. S. Johnson vsEhrim Lock,
Lewis Nelson vb same,
J. M Lester vs Ileury Stanley and others,
E. A. Phillips vs Wm. S. Madry.
I will sell to the higheRt bidder, for cash, at the
court house door, in the town of Pulaski, on
Tuesday, 27th day of November 1S66,
for cash, the following tracts of land; One tract of
89 acres, in civil d.stiict 15, bounded on the west
by 'esse Fiy; north by J M Brown; east by Alex'r
Blackenshio: sonth by David Wiildrop. Levied on
as the property of Washington Waldrop.
One of about 50 acres, bounded north by L. J.
Farris and A J Jones; east by A T Long; south by
Barrington Jackson; west by N Howard. Levied
on as the property ot Ephraim Lock.
One in 1st civil dictriet, containing 200 acres and
bounded north by Elkmont springs; east by John
Watkina, dee'd; south by State line; west by Jamc3
Arnett and others.- Homestead retained to Stanly.
Levied on as ,he property of Henry Stanly.
One tract of 2T49i acres in Sd civil district, on the
waters of Jenkins' creek, adjoining the lands ot J
S Edmondson and others. Levied on as the proper
ty of W SMadry.
By virtue of one writ of Vend. Exponas
to me issued from the circuit court of Giles county,
at the August term, 1866, against Wm. Peden, in
lavor ot James U. favkor, adm'r, 1 will sell to tne
highest bidder, for cash, before the eourt house door
in the town oi Pulaski, on the 27th day of Novem
ber, 1S66, a houi-e and 1. 1 in CampbeLsville, Giles
county. bounded on the north by Jas H. Campbell;
south and west by U. i). Campoeii; easi dv w . j. .
lerry. .Levied on as the property ot wm. J'eden.
B. II. PEDEN, Sh'ff.
By virtue of one Venditioni Exponas
to me issuea by the Circuit court of Giles county, at
the August tcrm,16C6, in tho cause of Jno. Phelpa
vs Joseph C. Inman, Ex'r., I will sell to the high
est bidder for cash, before the court house door, in
the town of Pulaski, on the 27th day of November,
. tract ol land, containing about 27U acres, situated
in oth civil district ot Giles county, adjoining the
lands of Jno. W. and James M. Parker and other-.-
Levied on as the property of the Heirs of John C.
inman, dee'd. li. 11. I'i-litlNh'U.
virtue of two Vend. Exponases (one
issued from the circuit court of Giles county, at the
August term 1866, in the cause of w.i. lienson vs
R. . Higgins; I will sell to th9 highest bidder, for
cash, before the court house door in Pulaski, on the
27th day or JNovember, 1K68, a tract oi about bo acres
of land lying in Giles county, civil dictriet number
1, on the waters of Kelley s creek and adjoining the
lands of A. R. Garrison i id others. Levied on as
the property of said Higgins.
B. II. FED EN, Sh'ff
I will sell to the highest bidder, at ibe
Court Honse Door in Pulaski, on Tuesday, Nov'r 27,
for cash, tract of about 70 acres, lying in 15th civil
district of Giles county, on the waters of Robert
son's tork. adioinine the lands or w. li. isrown, J.
is. Martin and others. .Levied on as the property ot
J. B. Thompson, to satisfy a Venditioni Exponas in
my bands in iavor ot E. li. Davis.
B. II. PEDEN, Sheriff.
ON the 27th day of November, 1806, I will sell to
the hiehest bidder, for cash, at the court house in
1'ulaski. one Town Lot, situated in Lynnvillo, and
bounded on the south by Smith, west by turn
pike, north by Daniel Kozier, F. T. McLanrine and
others. Levied on as the proirty of Robt. S. Mont
gomery to satisfy a venditioni exponas issued from
thr circuit court at August term, 180U, in lavor ol
M M Johnson. B. II. PKUEN, Sh'ff.
On Saturday, the 17th of November, 'GG,
I will sell to the highest bidder, on a credi t of 1 & 2
years with interest, two small tracts of land belong
ization to tho estute of Robert Caldwell, dee'd, one
containing 130 or 135 acres, which is a part of the
homestead tract, adioimng the lands of J Caldwe'l
and David Elder, and the land willed by the said
"aid well to his widow, lying on the waters of Rich
land creek; and one small tract oi 23 acres, known as
the Hartwell Elder place, adjoining the lands of J.
N. B. Howard and Dr. J. G. Mason. Paid tract of
land has good, comfortable cabins. Bond and ap
proved security will be required, and a lien retained
for the purchase money. WM. S. EZELL,
CALEB OSBOBff. JAMES P. BANK IN.
OSBOllN & CO.
GROCERIES & PRODUCE,
West Side of the Public Square,
Pulaski, - - - - Tennessee.
Will keep constantly on hand
Flour, Salt, Lard, Molasses,
SODA, PEPPER, SPICE, GINGER,
And all articies usually kept in Gocery Stores, at
the very lowest prices, for
CASH OB COUSTRY PRODUCE,
We have also on hand
Boy's Boots and Shoes, Misses' Shoes,
Mens' Hats, White Blankets, Calicoes
Carpet Bags, Saddlery Hardware,
BRIDLES AKD BRIDLE" LEATHER,
And various other articles in the babdwabs ihi,
that we wish to close out at
VERY LOW PRICES.
Thankful for past fat ors, we hope by cloea
personal attention to business, and by supplying all
articles in our line at the very lowest rates, to merit
a continuance of the same.
oct5-lm C. O. & OO.
NET7 GROCEItT H0USE.
Gilbert, Kerr & Smith,
N E. COR. PUB. SQUARE,
(One Door North of ilewtrs Shacklefard St Bright,)
Wave he on hand now a full and complete stockof
rtonsistinir of everything' unallv kept in our line,
J and hich we offer to the public at the
FOR CASIT. , ;
Without enumerating, we.aj to all that we arc
prepared to supply all ot yoor wanuiaoor line, and
imply sale yon to examine our exteuaive atock and
ee for yourselves.
my l-6m GILBERT. KERR Ac SMITH.
CH?f t. tl tit, OaiLDSRS.
John P. Ezell & Co
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods;
Hardware Gueenswars and Glass-T are,
HATS, BOOTS AND , SHOES,
GROCERIES. JEWELRY &
East Side of the Public Square,
OUR old friends and the public generally are ree
pectfully invited to give us a call. Iprl3
W. H. BALLENTI,
Ballentine & Ezell,
DRY GOODS and GROCERIES,
South -cast Corner Public Square,
HAVING associated themselves in business ten
der their kindest regards to their old remem
bered friends and patrons, and invite attention to
the fact that they now prepared to do i
MORE AND BETTER
by them than they ever did in other and better day
Our stock consists partly of the following :. ,
Dreea Goods, . . , . ;
. Ladies Underwear, ,
White Goods, ,
; ' Hats, Caps,'
Cassimeres, ' '
GENT'S FURBISHING GOODS,
And an endless variety, embracing
Everything Kept in a Variety Store.
Give ns a call, and we will try to please yon.
jm 20, Kc. - Balumtikk Ez.l.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
South-east Corner of the. Pub lie Square
(ezell's old cobkkb,)
E are daily receiving and opening ourUrgfl
and elegant stock of
Fall and Winter Goods
WHICH WS SKLL
Lower tlian tlie Lowest
Our stock consists in part of Calicos and Domes
tic goods of all descriptions, French and English
Merinos ot all colors, and all other styles.
17XW AND FASHIONABLE
Cloaks and Shawls, Hats, Boots and Shoes
And a preat many other goods too numerous to
mention. We call particular attention to our largo
and well selected stock of
GEITTLZlIEirS CLOTH LTTQ,
which wo are selling to compete with Nanhvilleprl
pricea. Wa abo call attention to our fine stock of
GENT'S. FUEITISHI1T0 GOODS,
Ueonsistintc of Full Bosom Shirts, Linen Shirts, Un-
dr Shirts, Drawers, Cravat, tiuspenders, Collars;
in ici a cots pie be lit
TJJSTJDJinRj W MATS,.
We take preat pleasure in announcing to the i co
habitant of I'uUeki and vicinity, that we hi'veae--cured
the services of Mr. Charles W. Hmtth, s gent
tleman well known to the renidents of Giles ewuiity,
who will always be pleased to sue, and wait uo, lus.
old friend ana former customers.
S 1 fiOO FFAl YEA! We wMt Agents ev
V 1 'yotoaeil ourjM?KOTEt20rw-
wg Machines. Three new khid. Lnderandnttr
feed. bentn trial. Warranted Ave years. Above
alary or large comraUions paid. The otr ma
chines sold In the United Ktat6 fr tn t),
whhareVy. U Jr rf. H iirm.
Orovcrd: Laksr Si,. & C., mud JlachtU,. All
other cheap macl.nio are infrimrrrnmU and the -l-Ur
or rr are IUJ.U to arret,Ji', and inu.n,.
tuatratedcir-,ularsent, Ad Jra.orcall upou
fehaw dc Clark, at Ki l i.joH. Main-, or n.ioaT". 111.
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