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"W. MoCORD, Editor and Manager
THURSDAY, : : : DEC. 2, 1876.
&.&D.& Q. S. K- II., Dcca'.ur Divis'n
Mail and Kx press 12 :12 r. m.
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For a Constitutional tonflment
THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES
Van Vote Directly for
President & Vice President.
The People Awakiuy.
The people have waited long, and
with a patience that has command
ed the respect of the whole civil
ized world. They waited to be
convinced of the fraud in Louisi
ana, waited patiently while the
voV.s were being thrown out that
hnd been honestly cast for lilden.
When the Returning Board for the
second time buried itself in infamy,
and declared the vote of the State
for a man whom the vote of the peo
plo had rejected, slill the people
waited. They were waiting to
know whether Congress would sus
tain this wicked act. Before long
it became apparent that the Presi
dent and the Senate would sustain
it, would carry it. out to completion
by every devicij in their power.
When the utterances or the Presi
dent, and of Prominent Iiepubli
cans, in Congress and out, and the
tone of the Republican press, made
this fact clear, the people began to
wake up. They woke up to the t.it
uation in Indiana, where a conven
tion of the whole State has been
called. They are waking up all
over the Union, and soon every
city, every town, every village and
every hamlet will be ablaze with in
dignation at the attempt of a party
to steal the Presidency. The hon
est men who voted for Hayes will
join hands in this movement with
the men who voted for Tilden. It
is no longer a question of politics,
but of principle. Let the Repub
lican managers who would steal
our votes beware! Already the
hand-wilting is gaming on the
wall, and their destruction is sure
The National Democratic Com
mittee issued an address last
Wednesday simply announcing the
result of the vote of the" electoral
college and congratulating the peo
ple on their victory for reform.
Zack Chandler got it before it was
printed and sent out with it the
next morning the most diabolical
manifesto that the devil could in
spire him to indite. He says: "The
address is an imprudent and auda
cious attempt to prejudice and per
vert public sentiment. Hayes and
Wheeler are elected, and the will of
the American people will be carried
out and maintained." Was there
ever such villainous impudence?
The democrats simply announced
the result of the vote, and he calls
it audacious, while he, the saiut,
says that Hayes and Wheeler are
elected, while a quarter million pop
ular majority and a decided elec
toral majority slap him in the lace
and tell him that he basely lies.
His premise is a malicious slander,
his argument is a miserable lie and
his corrollaiy is a cowardly thrrat.
A member of Grant's cabinet says
boldly and defiantly and threaten
ingly that Hayes and Wheeler will
be inaugurated. Now, verily doth
conspir.at.ors meet in open council
while treason stalketh at noonday
cl'Hhed in the stolen robe ot au
thority The Morton bill to regulate the
counting of the electoral vote, which
passed theSenate last summer, but
was recalled from the House of rep
resentatives, will probably pass
both houses of Congress this ses
sion. This bill provides that where
there is only one'return the concur
rence of both houses shall beesseu
tial to throw out the vote ot a
State, but where there is more than
one return, it shall require tha con
currence of both houses to count it.
These provisions will cither have
the effect to count Tilden in on the
14th ol Feb'y, or throw the election
into the House. In either event,
Tilden will be elected.
Supervisor Clover, of East Baton
Rouge, La., whose affidavit which
accompanied the returns represent
ed that riot, tumult, violence, fear,
dread, and terrorism prevailed
throughout the parish on the day
of election, has acknowledged on
cross-examination before- the con
gressional committee that he did
not witness any violence, but was
informed of it. He testified further
that his affidavit and accompanying
returns were prepared in the cus
tomhouse in New Orleans.
Grant says he "a ill sco that
Hayes is inaugurated if it takes the
army and navy to do it." This is
an open declaration of war. And
besides, what right will he have to
"sec" that anybody "is inaugura
ted?" lie will not then be Presi
dent. His term will have expired
at noon on the day before, and he
will then be nothing more than a
Sayings of Presideut Grant, com
plete: "I propose to move iinmedi
, attly upon your works." "Let us
have peace." "These annual au
tumnal outbreaks." "Let no guilty
rran escape if it can be avoided."
"No man worthy of the offlce can
otTwrd to be counted in." "D n
the Supremo Court."
We call upon the Democratic
State Committee to issue its call
for a convention to tie held at Nash
ville on January Sth to protest
against the past, present and pros
pective villainy of the administra
tion, to rebuke the conspirators at
Washington, and to demand that
the expressed will of the people be
carried into effect by the peaceable
inauguration ot Tilden and Hend
ricks. Indiana makes the call and
the States should all respond. This
is a constitutional resort and may so
stun the conspirators as to render
unnecessary an appeal to arms.
The Stars and Stripes.
Such is the name of a new secret
political order which is being rap
idly organized by the radicals
throughout the country, for the
purpose of inaugurating Hayes at
all hazards. Gov. Hantraft, of
Pennsylvania, President Grant, Gen.
Sherman, and Major W. H. Decker
seem to be the prime leaders in this
treasonable and rebellious move
meet. They should be arrested
upon the charge of treason.
Hon. David Hubbard, an old citi
zen of Lawrence county', Ala., and
a prominent politician of other
days, died at Holly Springs, Miss.,
last month. Maj. Hubbard was 85
years old. tie was a member ot
Congress long before the war, and
was first beaten for that offlce by
Hon. Geo. S. Houston, now Gov
ernor of Alabama.
Senator Morton is reported as
saying in the presence of three
gentlemen at the Ebbitt House, one
of whom repeats the remark to Gen.
Banning, that the Northern Demo
crats would not fiirht and had no
grit in them, and all the Republi
can party had to do was to move
thi3 thing through.
The indications are that the rad
icals have about abandoned the un
tenable position and impudent as
sumption that t erry is to count in
the President. Morton's bill will
pass both houses, and its provisions
will solve the problem peaceably,
and, we believe, elect Tildei.
Wade Hampton was peaceably
inaugurated Governor of South Oar
olina on the 14th, and delivered a
ringing, hightoned, conservative ad
dress, which was received with great
enthusiasm by the immense crowd
in attendance. There was no dis
the crisis is near at liana in
South Carolina. Chamberlain will
attempt to arrest Wade Hampton
with special constables. Hampton
says he will surrender to a corporal
of the U. S. army, but never even
to fifty thousand of Chamberlain's
President Grant is the chief bull
dozer of the nation. Ho impudent
ly confesses to Congress that he
sent troops into Virginia on the rep
rescntations of an irresponsible, un
named radical. Impeachment is a
heap too good for such a president.
It has been decided in the courts
that if a partner of a dissolved firm
neglect to give notice through the
newspapers, of a dissolution of
partnership, he is equally liable with
his late partner for all debts con
tracted after dissolution.
Aud now comes Senator Key
again voting in favor of Senator
Edmunds' bill to refer the electoral
vote to the Supreme Court. He is
the only Senator claiming to be a
democrat who voted for this irafa
The cold on thc-day of the inter
mcnt of the victims of the late the
titre conflagration iu Brooklyn, New
York, was intense, tears freezing
on the face as they issued from tht
eyes of mourners.
This is the time when a man re
alizes how much better it is to be
un innocent child sliding down the
banisters than to stand around a
bulletin board aud not know which
side to "holler for."
General Rush, of Wisconsin, is
reported as asserting in Washing
ton, the other d.y, that "the next
House should be Republican by
force, and that it will be the mis
siou of the army to make it so.
The testimony elicited by the
congressional committees is damag
ing to the conspirators. Their vil
lainies are being exposed, and some
of the strongest witnesses are their
The resolution of Senator Ed
munds to convert the U. S. Su
preme Court into a huge returning
board, was overwhelmingly defeat
ed in the Senate having received
only 11 votes.
Louisiana, Florida and South
Carolina are "badly governed prov
inces," as they are termed by the
N. Y. Tribune. They could be
nothing eks under the rule of radi
The Democrat s iys a true count
of the vote in Louisiana 'gives the
Democrats a majority of twelve on
joint ballot. The Returning Board
gave the Republicans twenty-one
The Constitution of Tennessee
requires the Legislature to meet on
the tirst Monday in January bfter
election. Next January comes in
ou Monday, the first day of the year.
"There never will ba another
Democratic presideut," said Bob
Ingersoll in a speech delivered at
Ptoria, 111., last week.
Twenty two business houses, of
fices, kc.,involving an aggregate loss
of 8200,000, were burned at Bolivan
Teun., on the 14th.
"Gov. Hayes represented the par
ty thnt carried all but four of the
States that furnished men for the
suppression of the rebellion, and
Gov. Tilden all but three of those
which sought to destroy the Union."
Aside from it being indelicate,
not to say outrageous and indecent,
for the President of the whole peo
ple to use his power sit the power
of the nation to covir up fraud, as
sociate with and hoi'O1 thieves and
bolster up and defr r.t. u-urpers and
villians, this utterance, even it it
had come from a prirn republican
citizen, is absoluc i'tmous. The
argument is thi: lic r 'se a majori
ty of the SoutL-:' ' -ies voted for
rilden, Hayes tnu- be counted in.
Now, the SoiuL-,.1 otates are either
Slates or they rvv not Spates. If
they are SL is?-, u ballots of the
people are as sacred and effective
as that of the blackest republican
that ever hugged a negro in his
dreams. If they are not to be al
lowed to have their votes counted
after casting them, where is the use
and sense of continuing the election
farce any longer in the South?
Eleven years have healed the gaping
wounds of war, and. the soothing
fluctuations of time and manifold
events have even obliterated the
Fears of those wounds, and then we
brought all our lingering animosi
ties and nates and cast them into
one huye centennial funeral Due.
and with the torch of liberty, lit
afresh at the shrine where the na
tion assembled to celebrate its
birthday, we touched off that pile
and now the ashes have been scat
tered by the winds, and the flaint
and smoke have disappeared, and
still there can be found a man mean
enough to dig up the patt and re
sort again to the argument of hate.
Now and forever, so far as we are
concerned, we shall contend that
the South is as loyal as any other
section, that she has a right to be
heard pnd that tameness and sub
mission no longer become her. To
be cowhided and spit upon and
browbeat and kicked in the hour
succeeding her defeat was what she
expected, and she was not disap
pointed; but thene indignities have
multiplied beyond measure and en
dured beyond power to endure, and
injury and insult and slander and
dclamation have puked their venom
upon us until every sense of justice
must be satiated. Hencetorth, let
the South speak out and assert her
rights, in the Union forever, and
may the tongue that says she is not
to be trusted wither in the scorch
of its slanderous utterance, and
may the arm that is uplifted to
beat her bck from her position as
a part of the National Union be
palsied and withered to the marrow
We leirn from the Washipgton
dispatches that the Hon. W. C.
Whitthoine, ot this State, Chairman
of the Naval Investigating Commit
tee, is determined to dig, with re
newed vigor Into the mountain of
corruption which has been piled up
by Robeson s administration of Na
val affairs. "Admiral Whit, as he
is called with meaning, has shown a
capacity and vigor for this impor
taut work, which has won the admi
ration and the confidence of honest
men and patriots everywhere. It is
quite evident that he possesses the
industry, the brains and the nerve
to do all that duty requires, and be
tore he is done with the knaves of
the Naval department the people.
who already for the splendid work
accomplished applaud him withou
sunt, will have abundant additional
reason for admiring and honoring
In this connection it is proper to
state, that Mr. Wlutthorne is devel
oping decided strength in Middle
l'enuessee for the United States
Senate. And it wculJ be no in
lusiice to other distinguished aspi
rants for the same high honor, to
ay that he is the peer of any man
in Icnnessee. He has the expe l
t-nce, the mind the comprehensive
wisdom which comes ot a well or
'anized brain, well trained, to fit
hi in for the Senate. And should
the senatorial mantle fall on h
shoulders, we feel sale in saying
that it will be gracefully and
worthily worn. t e are uy no
means Mr. Whitthorne's champion
and write this in simple justice to
one ot lennessee s most deserving
statesmen. Jackson Sun.
A Oreat Speech.
We ask the desponding and im
patient Democrats of the South to
read the following extract from the
great speech recently delivered by
Horatio Seymour of New York:
I he Democratic party is too
strong to be violent; it will not for
feit the confidence of the people by
any display ot passion; it can asset
itself through the regular channel
of political action. Frauds may-
delay the course of justice, may ex
cite passion hurtful to the progress
of our country, but legal and just
punishment will surely follow. That
party which controls towns, coun
ties and states will control th
country. lhe President against
whom is arrayed the body of the
people, is an object of sympathy
not of fear. This is not a subject
which belongs alone to those who
are actively engaged in political af
fairs It is a great American ques
tion, which concerns every citizen
and every home. They can make a
grand exhibition of the genious of
our government, and of the power o
its citizens by a calm rebuke to
freuzied rulers. Even those who
desperately seek to hide the records
of past misconduct from the knowl
edge of our people will quail before
an aroused public One tmng all
men see: the Republican party can
not decide its own case in its ow
favor against the majority of th
American people upon the certifi
cate of branded men in Louisian
wuuout making iue ooay oi ou
citizens and the world at large feel
that it is a corrupt and partisan de
cision. e cannot have Mexican
politics without Mexican disorders
The business men in all civilizec
countries have been taught by re
tent bankruptcies and disorders i
governments made unstable by ag
tations, to be watchful and disturst
ful when they see the slightest de
viation from political honor, with
out which there can be no financial
RAGE. . Young Girl of Seventeen
Years Abducted by a Negro,
and Cruelly, Brutally and
A fearful and heatt-rending out
rage comes to us from Mississippi.
well-to-do planter, named Per
kins, residing near Batesville, Pano
la county, had occasion, two weeks
ago, to discharge a negro who had
been in his employ. The negro,
who is known as a boisterous and
brutal man, swonj that he would
have revenge, and accordingly laid
his plans. Monday night, a week
ago, ne approacnea Jir. x-erKins
residence and succeeded in seizing
this gentleman's daughter, a young
lady of seventeen year3 of age. By
some means the negio gagged the
girl, nd bore her away from her
home. Pursuit was made by Mr.
Ptrkinsand his neighbors, who fol
lowed the retreat of the abductor,
and Saturday night about dark,
found his place of concealment,
which was in an old dilapidated
church in Tate county. The brave
men rushed into the building, and
there found the unfortunate daugh
ter of Mr. Perkins. The ne
gro had fled, and made good his es
cape, but Lis victim was tounu to be
a raving maniac, her physical con
ation being of the most deplorable
lature. She was unable to speak.
and cmld not recognize either her
lather or friends who came to her
escue. Her feet were blistered from
the long and 6evere travel through
the woods and tangled brush. The
negro bids defiance to the legal au
ihorities, and is still at large. Such
a brute deserves d-jath in its mosi
horrible and excruciating form
5uch brutes as tins are allowed to
sit and even decide upon the desti
ny of thirty-six millions of white
Tricksol the Louisiana Return
New Orleans Special to the New York World
Further analysis of the Return
ing Board figures developes a tie
gree of rascality which could
scarcely have been suspected. It is
found on examination that every
poll thrown out had defeated some
Republican candidate. Here in ev
ery case ot throwing out a poll tne
effect was to elect some defeated
Republican. Thus, a small poll in
langipahoa, whicn was not con
tested, was excluded because (even
alter robbing Robertson, the Dem
ocratie candidate, of over i,000
votes), it was necessary to throw
out that poll in order to elect his
antagonist. It is discovered like
wise that the returns of the Board
diner enormously in the various
compilations; for instance, in order
to count in the Hayes electors they
threw out polls giving 12,000 Demo
cratic majority, but in order to get
the State benate by 2 majority they
threw out 18,000 Democratic votes
thus counting out for Senators
about 6,000 votes which they had
allowed tor electors. In order to
beat Robertson for Congress they
threw out Democratic votes about
3,000 in excess of the number
thrown out for Electors, and to re
store the aggregate in the Senate
they counted back in Leonard's dis
trlct, which is Republican by 6ever
al thousand on their showing, the
number of Democratic votes which
they had thrown out for electors
equal to the number they had stolen
from Robertson, borne polls have
been counted for Representatives
which were excluded for Senators
Others were thrown out for Congress
which were included on the Electo
ral return. The whole canvass is a
hotch potch of inconsistency and
Address from the Democratic Na
tional Committee to -the people
It now only Remains for the Two
Houses of Congress to Give Ef
feet to the Will of the People.
Washington, December 13. The
following congratulatry address was
Rooms of thk National Dem. Com
Washington, D. C, Dec. 13
To tho People of the United Slates:
The National Democratic Com
mittee announce, as the result ol
the Presidential election hsld on tht
seventh day of November, the elec
tion of Samuel J. Tilden, of New-
York, as President, and Thomas A
Hendricks, of Indiana, as Vice
President of the United States. W
c ongratulate you on this victory for
reform. It now only remains fot
the houses of congress, in the per
tormance ot their duty, on the sec
ond V ednesday in February next,
to give effect to the will of the peo
pie thus expressed in a constitu
tional mode by a majority of the
electoral votes and confirmed by
majority of the States, as well as by
an overwhelming majority of all the
people or the United State.
By order of executive committee
Absam S. Hewitt, Chairman.
Fred. O. Prince, Secretary.
The Detroit Free Press is known
in every nok and corner of the
land as one of the brightest and
most interesting weeklies in the
country. Every paper quotes fron
it, everybody talks about it, every
body likes it. Its fame will last,
because every effort is put forth to.
keep it leading all other weeklies in
the Union. ena lor a specimen
copy which will be sent free, and
then club with this paper and sub
scribe for. a year. We furnish the
two for $3.50.
Grant Spoiling for a Fight.
As he draws inspiration from the
black bottle each morning, Gran
becomes more bloodthirsty, and
howls more savagely for gore. lie
is evidently spoiling for a
Recently, when the representatives
of the people yrere talking about
ire peaching him, he snapped out the
savage intimation that "they had
better not attempt it." His bloodj
threat of driving the house of rep
resentatives into the Potomac was,
it seems, act sufficiently sanguinar-.
It is now followed by a threat to
"incarcerate that body, or a major
ity of it, in I ortress Monroe. Real
ly, it is getting difficult to find in
history an autocrat of sufficient sav
age and blood t-hirsty propensities
to render him a trne prototype of
our ferocious bulldozer in the White
House. Charles I. was a saint
by comparison. Henry VIII was
a mild-mannered despot. Hay
nau, Philip II, and his charming
CTU throat, tho Xuke of Alva, all
combined, and with the Bobadilian
Bob Ingersoll thrown in,' would
rdly make up in appetite and apt
itude for gore, a parallel to our fu-
ious and frolicsome cutthroat,
Ulysses Grant. A -more rambunc
tious howler for blood the country
has not yet produced.- Chicago Times.
If Hayes should be inaugurated
president in March next, he will
literally have 'waded through
slaughter to a throne." for no in
telligent man can doubt that the
eaders of the Radical party in
Louisiana aud elsewhere caused the
murder of negroes in certain parish
es in that State just before the late
election in ordet to find an excuse
for the Returning Board to throw
out those parishes in canvassing the
vote and thus elect Haves. Every
act of blood or violence attributed
to Democrats was committed by
Radicals at the instigation of the
leaders of the Radical party, and
the time is coming when the God of
truth and justice will make the fact
manifest to the wor:d Cour.Jour.
The head of the Republican party-
declares that he "does not care a
damn for the Supreme Court of
The Nashville Banner for 1877.
The Nashville Bannkr for 1S77. Daily
and Weekly, will be the cheapest and
nest newspaper in the boutb. it not In
the United States. No labor or expense
will be spared to maintain it in everv
department at the highest possible stan
dard, and to eommend it in all respeets
to the confidence and approval of the
best classes in citv and country. It will
endeavor to supply its readers--a body
now not lar iroin ntty thousand souls
wan tne most carelul. complete and
trust-worthy accounts of current events.
recelv.-d by telegraph anil mail, paying
particular attention to atlairs now en
gaging national attention, not ferget
ring intelligent editorial comment on
all subjects of interest or importance
i!e proceedings or the Legislature,
w hich meets the first of the vear. will
he fully reported in the columns of the
Banner, and ewrythine bearing on the
material interest of the State will receive
ample attention. In short, the Ban.vkr
win De a newspaper in the fullest sense
of the word, at once adapted to the mer
chant, the mechanic, the farmer, and
everybody desirous of keeping up with
tne live news of this live and progres
The price of the Daily Banner will
be twenty cents a week, seventy-five
cents a month, and eight dollar a vear.
prepaid. The Weekly Banner will be
lurinshed at the low rate of $1 50ayear,
prepaid, with liberal terms to club
agents. Specimen copies sent on appli
Strayed or Stolen.
ABOUT three weeks ago last Sunday, from
Morris Levi's, a larire black miri mnln
abont S years old, with a mouse -colored nose
anrl a small saddle mark oa right side of
i.acK. Any lniormation ot tier will be
'.hankfully leceived and rewarded either at
tne place above named or at this ottlce by
dec21 Mas. JAKE C fcABlEK.
Notice to Tresspassers,
ALL persons are warned not to enter upon
my premises east and noitn of the town
sr-ring for hunting or other purposes, order
penalty of having the law enlorced agkinst
dec21-4t J. B. CHILD EES.
Notice to Creditors.
TJ AVING suggested to the County Court of
aj. mies county the insolvency of the es
tate of James T. Sharp, dee'd, all persons
hav'ng claims against said estate are hereby
not;fi, d to appear and fil the same in the of
fice of the County Court Clerk of Giles coun
ty, authenticated in the manner prescribed by
law, o i or against the 26th day of March.
1S77, otherwise they will be lorever barred
both in law and equity.
N. SMITHKOX, AJm'r
dec21-4t of tho estate of J. P. Tharp. dee'd.
THE creditors of Martin Fry are hereby no
tified to file their claims prooet ly avthtn
itra'el, T7ith me, at the oilice of 'Brown &
Wilkes, Attorneys at Law, West Side Public
Square, Pulaski, Tenn., as soon as practica
ble. Officers having csts accrued before the
th of March, 1S76, will please present their
claims without delay.
JKO. S. WILKES,
dec2i-2t Trustee of Martin Fry.
Gk "W. McGrew
HAS removed to the North Side of Publio
Square adjoining the New York Store,
where he would like to receive a share of pub
lic patronage. For cash or barter he will sell
LEATHER, HARNESS & GROCERIES,
cheap. Hides and Country Produce bought,
or received for goods or in payment of old
debts. Those owing old debts will please come
and settle. Kefleot that you have received
many accommodations in the past, and dotft
iuternovr that yon can pay iu produce.
dec21-tf . W. McGKEW.
rPHE CPEIKG SESSION OF 1877, WILL
Monday, Jan. 8th, 1877,
in the large and convenient
jusf erected. Board and Tuition per session
of Iu weeks, $?5. Fo circulars address either
W. R. WEBB. A. M.
Or J. M. WEBB, A. M.,
IN pnrsnenee of a Trust Deed "made tome
by .'aek Amis and wife, wh ch is registered
In the Register's omee of Giles connty, I will
!ell without the equity ot redemption", to the
highest bidder, at the court house door in the
town of Pulaski,
On Mondaj-, Jan. 1st, 1877,
one Houe and Lot situated in the town of
Pnluski.and bounded on the n rth by Jno.
Black, on the east by Sal lie Cluck, ou tU
north by David Rosa and on the wst by Mor
ris Cleveland, containing about ci an acre.
Terms cash. L.H.SMITH.
Parker & Merrell, A tt'ye. dec!4 -td
A dm i 1 1 istra to r's Sale
On Saturdaj-, Dec. 23rd, 1S76,
IW ILL sell at public sale to the highest bid -der,
at the late residence of Turner Short,
doe'd, the perishable property belonging to
the estate of William J. Short, deceased, con
Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs,
1 Mower Fan Mill, and
Farming Implements, etc.
TERMS All sums over ten dollars on a
credit of twelve months; all sun; under ten
dollars for cash. Note and approved secu
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BY virtje of three writs of venditioni ex
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Court of Giles County, iu the cases of A. C.
I I Ji. I 1 1 I . : t T
i irviue cv auu jja.ieiniui, ro jrvine vs.
j James t. Moore and A. C. Voore, I will sell
to the highest Udder, for cash, at the court
houte door in Pulaski,
On Saturday, Jan. 6th,' 1877,
subject to redemption, a tract of land lying
in the 17th civil district of Giles county on
the w iters of Kinhland creek, about me mile
east of the Briolc Chuicb. and bounded on
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on the ea-t by G. A. Hopkins and Porterfield,
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Mrs. Nancy lioore, containing 17SJ acres,
less 81 acres and 10 poles conveyed off of
said tract bv James P. Moore and wife to J.
K. P. Blackburn.
decU-td E. A. BLOW, Sheriff.
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and wells, for rent or sale to responsible per
sons oa easy terms. AU persons who have
any just claims against ir.u will present thera
and get their pay. A"j-!v immediately.
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Giles, Maury and Williamson
N. F. Cheaira et al, va. W. P. Parhar.i et el.
PURSUANT toadecreee of the Chancery
court for Giles county, Tennessee, in the
above cause, I will sell,
On Saturday, Jan. 13th, 1S77,
at public sale to the highest bidder at the
ourt-house d"or in Pnlaski, on a credit of 4
and 12 months with interest, and freo lrom
the equity of redemption, tho tract of
of land mentioned in the pUadiugs, s.tuated
in the 6th civil district of Mile, ceunty, ad
joining the lands of John Amu-, dee'd, et a!,
and the same heretofore purchased by N.F.
Cbeuirs A Co. I will also sell,
On Wednesday, Jan. 17th, 1877,
at public sale to the highest bidder, in the
town of Spring Hill Manrv county, Tenn.,
on a credit ot t and 12 months, with interest,
and free from the equity of re Jemption, the
HOUtfE AND LOT,
mentioned in the pleadings, situated in the
town of Spring ''ill, Maury eountv, Tenn.
At the same time and place, and on same
2 Tracts of Land,
situated in Williamson county, Tenn., one
containing 50 acres, situated on Leper's creek
in said county; the ether ccntaicing 100 acres
and known as
THE DOLLAR PLACi;.
Purchaser required to execute notes with good
personal security, and liens will he returned
upon each puce of property lor the payment
of its purchase raoi.ey.
dacl-td J. B. STACY, C. ill
r.-inn n rAn n
South Side Public Square, FiiSasKi, Tenn.
I VVOUNCE to their friends and customers that their BOOKS AltE CLOSED. nd
A J V !,L?r I:.:"C n rnn,U on time, except for notes payab;e in bank.
IDJt Will iraiU"!; ri. .,v .... .14 ., .t,. :
They have tried selling goods on time till they are natisacd that it cannot be done to the in
terest of buyer or seller. Those who owe them are expected to come forward at once ar.d
settle, as the books must and will be settled up without del.y. By recent purchase their
, v. .- .i,;. i.bmnir ranidlv
will be interesting and attractive to close caeh
Creries of all
H0ESE SHOES, PLOWS, HECHANiCS' TOOLS,
BUILDER'S AND PARMER'S HARDWARE.
Will be kept up to tho full extent of the demands ofthe trade, and many of these goods will
? be sold at much lower prices than ever before in this market.
Be Sure to see us Before Making your Purchases.
J. H. CANNON.
riMlE UXDEKSIGXED, HAVING A VERY LARGE STOCK ON HAND,
J. wishing to prepare for the fall trade, they propose to sell their entire stock ol
Boots and Shoes at Extremely LOW PRICES,
And would be pleased to have their former patrons and the public generally call
nnil examine their stock before purchasing.
We Guarantee our Goods and Prices to Give Satisfaction.
'"pSWSfZfSft ! J- H. CANNON & CO.
to? Mi clfcs uiLAjKElV FALL GQODSi
N. Smith?on vs. W. N. McGrew et al.
PURSUANT to a decree of tho Chancery
court tor Gilos county, Tennessee, in the
above cause, I will sell,
On Sattir-lay, Jan. 13th, 187G,
at public sale to the highest bidder, at the
court-house door in the town of Pnlaski, on
a credit of 6 and l months and tree from the
equity of redemption, the
filOUSE aud LOT
mentioned in the phmdings, situated in the
"th civil district of Giles county, east of and
near the line of the corporation of the town of
Pulsiski, and the same now occupied by W
L. McGrew asadaelling. Purchaser requir
ed to execute notes with good personal secu
rity, and a lien retained uton the property
until the purchase money Is paid.
decU td J. B. bTACY, C. A M.
B. S. CHEEK,
Deals Wholesale and Retail in
FRENCH & AMERICAN
Pickles, Sauces, Fruits. Nuts, Fire
works, Toys, Dolls and
The largest and best assortment
ever opened in Pulaski, which
wo will stll cheap,
15. S. CHEEK,
Public Square, Pulaski.
Misses M. Sz P. SZAMP
HAVE BETUKNED TO 1 ULASKI WITH
a iCJj!cte line of tl o
ktssi ni Md kuiiful l
in ail kinds of
Millinery & Fancy Gccds
They respectfully ask an examination of their
embracing everything in their line that is
Beautiful, Fashionable, Cheap
Call at their Fmponuni in the National
oct2ft-tf MISSES M. A F. KAMP.
MARK THESE FACTS !
The Testimony or the Whole World
HOLLOWAY'S PIL LS
111 l no appetue; ilolloway's Pills gave
me a heany one.
Your pills aee marvellous.
I seud for another box and keep them In
Dr. Hollowly has cured my headache that
was ch rouic.
1 gave one of jour piils to my babe for chnl
era morbus. The dear little thing got well
in a ciay.
Mv niaisea of a morning is now cured.
Your box of lloMt way's Ointment cured
me ot noi-es in the head. I rubbed some of
jonr ointment behind tho ears, and the noise
Send me two boxes; I want one for a pocr
1 euelofo a dollar; your price is 25 cents, but
tho medicine to me is worth addlar.
fstnd me five brxes of your pills.
Let me have three boxes f ycur pills by
return mail, for chills and lever.
I have over '2 such testimonials as these,
but want of space compels roe to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
Ami all eruptions of the skin, this ointment
is moet invaluable It does not heal exter
nally alone, but penetrates with the most
searching cnocts to the very root of the evil.
Invariable cure the following diseases:
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all diseases affecting tl.e.-c organs,wheth
er they secre'e too much or too little water;
or whether they be atieclcd with stone .r
gravel or with aches and puins settled in the
loins overthe region o! the kidneys, these pilis
should be taken according to the printed di
rections, and the oittmentshould be well rub
bed into the small of t'io back at lied time.
Th-s treatment will give almost immediate
rel-ef wheu all Other means have failed.
I"or Stomachs Out of Order.
No tuedieine will so effectually improve the
tone of the stomach as these pills; they re
move all aciditv occasioned either by intem
perance or improper diet. They reach the
iivtr and redu.-e it to a healthy action; they
are wonderfully efficacious in cases of spasm
in tact they never fail in curing all disor
ders of the liver and s'oroach, '
llULLOVVAY'ti IMLLS are the best
known in the world for the followingdiseases:
Ague, psthoia, billions complaint, blotches
on the skin, bowels, consumption, debiliry,
dropsy, dysentery, 9ryipo'a, female irregu
larities, fever ot all kinds, tits, gout, headache,
indigestion, inflammation, jaundice, liver
complaints, piles rheumatism, retention of
urine, scrofula or king's evil, sure throats,
stone and gravel, tic-douloureux, tumors, ul
cers, worms of ail kinds, weakness from any
Ncne are genuine ante the signature of
J. Holloway, as agent for the United Stales,
su' ounds each box of pills and oiniment. A
handsome reward wid be given to any one
recderii g euch iufounalion as may letd to
the deteetim of aiy party or parties counter
feiting the medicines or vending the same,
knowing ll.cm to be spurious.
Sold at the manufactory of Professor
Uollowat S Co., New York, and by ell re
sijeetabbs drugisXa and deitiurs in medicine
llircughotii the e'n iiized wcrj-j, Ki al 20
cents 02 cents and tl each. 1
tT I here is considerable saving by taking
the larger sizes.
N. B. Directions for the guidance of pa
tients in every disorder arc auijed to each Lax.
Offc 112 Libert ti St.. X.
filied UDand will be offered at such prices as
buyers, whose attention they invite. Thei.
J. P. MAY,
EM Alpaca, EM Ilolair,
Lower than ever before.
Oo, 23. m ereo.
ALL NEW SHADES,
if My Bins, MyrtlB GrEea ft BkLdk,
all full width, ar.d a complete line of
TRIMMINGS to MATCH.
A lull line and at Bottom Prices.
Indies' Cloaks Sz Shawls,
In new and elegant designa.
AU the late rhades, fancy plaids and stripes.
VERY LOW DOWN.
Ladies' and Mi.-ses' Uosiery and Underwear
Kil Gloves, G001IJ) CJieap.
Cassimeres, Jeans & Tweeds,
For Men's and Youth's Clothing.
Consisting ot elegant Worsted Cas 1 meres,
cutinct and Jeans Mills, fine Chin-chiili-..
Beaver aud Melton
Black Cloth Coats and Vests. All elegantly
maie ana at low ngures.
GENT'S NECK & Underwear
Of all descriptions.
six m mm m n on.
BOOTS ! SHOES
Both Ladies and Gent's, fiom the best
Hats and. Caps,
A lull ana complete assortment, and
Is well stacked with Family Supplies Bag
ging and Tics and Farmers' Hardwire.
Sighebt prices paid for Whet. Corn and all
kinds of country produce.
MILLER, BATJGH &. CO.,
tust CKlo rnblic e-qnur.
New Stock, New Prices.
OVU FALL STOCK
is now n, comprsing the
latest nm 1 mm
IN SHOET A
Fall Stock at BOTTOM PRICES.
.?A. II. CHOW.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENT,
Old Reliable Hartford,
NIAGARA CF KEY Wilt CITY,
As"t $ 1,UOO,000
Pay proaipUy iJl fe.-fci7vlaC-ijo
HS R (lid tnmm
yj, mum siuiis
a. w. vclacrtxe.
AKE now receiving and opening a complete
Oar goods are bought from the Jmanufactur
rm ipj-yt CASH
for all we buy.
WE SELL for CASH,
and therefore cau and
"Will Sell Goods as Low
as they can be sold in this country.
South Side Public Square,
Notice to Creditors of Thom
as Burgess, dee'd.
Ilardin Griggs, administrator, etc., vs. Adam
Cobal and others.
BY an order ot the Chancery Court for Giles
county, Tennessee, in the above cause, all
persons holding claims against Thomas IJur
gess, dee'd, are hereby notified to file the
same with the Clerk aud Ma&'er of said court
n or I efore the lt Monday in May, 1S77, or
the sarao will be forever barred by order of
oct2tf-td J. R. STACT. C & M.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL persons holding debts aeainst Edward
F. Everly are hereby notified to present
and tile the same with me, duly authenticated,
at as early a day as practicable in order that
they may participate in the proceeds ofthe
property eonveved to me by said Everly by
trust Ded of dato 14th of Oct., 1ST6, for the
benefit of his creditors.
o;li6-6m J. B. STACT. Trustee.
KOLSKY c CO..
TilE WHITE HOUSE,
66 N. College, two doors beiow the Sqnara
Vf 7TLL always bo l appy to see his Giles
'V county fiends and sell them cheap
goods. Call and see me without fail. mar80 ly
Up-stairs, Childers' Block,
PULASKI, : : : : TENN
TEEPS constantly on hand a full line of
XV seasonable goods for
for dress or business, and guurantee satis
faction in style, fit, prices tad quality of
He proposes to furnish suits as cheap as
the same can be purchased ready-made in
Give him a trial and let him demonstrate
the truth of what he says.
A variety of samples to select from always
on hand. aept21-tf
Coreord, Ives, Diana and other Wines, "
(UNMIXED, PUKE GEAPE JUICE.)
WE HA VE FOE SALE IN OCU CELLAB
4,000 gallons of the vintage of 1S74.
They are approved by physicians and oon
noisuers as genuine and of superior qualities.
Can be had at the Vineyard and at the drug
store of Sumpter A Lacy, at prices so lew
that ail can aiford this healthful and d.Uooua
Also, at the Vineyard, Grape slips of all
varieties; Potato and Tomato slips, Cabbage
plants, ie., cheaper than at Nashviila
AUGUSTINE fc CO.
J. a. scirrrER.
TV. s. Lacy.
Sumptsr & Lacy,
DEALERS in Pure Drugs, Paints, Oils, c.
Toilet Article, line Perfamery, Hair
Brushes, Combs, Ture Wines and Whiskey
for Medicinal purposes.
Also full and complete line of Spectacles.
ng6-tf. SUMPTEE& LACT.
DR. L. B. STANLEY
sumpter & Stanley,
TTJE would respectfully inform our frienda
V and the public in general tht we hava
purchased the entire stock of Pope fc Gordon,
And everything in the line of
A sl PL UK
"Wines, Brandies & Whiskies
for Medical p urposes only .
Orders from physician wi.l be attended to
promptly, and at low figures. Physicians'
prescript! or. will be putnp with earn and
dispatch, by experienced persons.at a!) bonra.
Oid stand of Pope & Gordon, S. . Side of
Dr Stanley will continue tho practice of
medicine, oliiee at tho Drug Store. ep7-ly
IX CONNECTION WITH MY
I HAVE put ia operation an Iron FoundrT
and am prepaied to do ail kinds of
on short notice. Cust f-cran Trnn r-.
whicn I wiil pay 40 to 50 cents pei hundred.
C o Z'Ol I,3r day t home Samples wr
f'JiiU tl free. Sumo fc Co.. P
1 l : - - .
CEND 25 o. to G. P. kO WELL fe CO., New
O York, for Pamphlet of 100 pags, eoatiiin
.cg list of 8000 newspapers, and fcstimtte
showing vost of advertising. uian-ly
SI i) H tlar at home. Agent wanted. Out
1 i Et and terms free. TkUE k CO., An
gnsta, Maine. marS-ly
'f'HE next session of thia. College for young
X ladies begins
Ilonday, Sept. 4.Ii, 1810,
Trof Cuscy and his acorn pltrhed wife b
o me ;dcn:ii.'d wtb t!a Faculty. This is a
bmesctioo!, a thorough sc limit, a permanent
sehoo";, au endrwed m-huol, a school on 'hri
liati priDciples, but in B wise Mcotarjaji.
Let ail our ji)o patronize it. For cata
loca.ss applj to