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HERALD AND MAIL
1 FIODAYNOV. 10, 1873.
TNSOLVENT CLAIMS FOB SALE.
By Tlrtua of a decree of the Charloery
onrtat Columbia, Tenneta, rendered at
October term, 1875, In the consolldtd
cuw of Z. D. Wilson, etc.. v. R. L. Fawla,
Admlnlatrator, et al., and Thos. H. Willi am
. J. M. M llson, et al., I will on Monday,
he 6tn day of December, 1875, offer for sal
for cash, at public ontcry. to the highest and
bwst bidder, at the court-house door In Co
lumbia, certain Insolvent claims now In ray
bands due the late Arm of John M. Wllwn
Joau875. d. B. cooper, cam.
r0 DELINQUENT TAX PAYERS.
Chapter ell., Bee. 4, Acta of the State of Ten
nrasee, passed by the General Assembly,
1875,1b as foilows: "Be it further enaeted,
That in all cases where taxes for the year
Wi remain due and unpaid on the 15th day
of November, 1875, tax-collector shall dis
train and sell personal property, if to be
fonnd, for the payment of the same; and In
all cases where taxes for said year (1874) re
main due and unpaid on 1st Monday of De
ember, 1876, then tax-collectors to proceed
to advertise for sale, to be held on the 1st
Monday in January, 1878, all real estate
against which any demands for taxes for
Tu. voar Ma a rriftv Titt. In maklnff out the
list of lands of any to be sold for taxes, there
must be added to said taxes twelve per cent,
penalty, as well as interest at six per cent,
per annum from November 1st, 1874, to Jan u
krv 1st. 1878." I will be at my office In Co
lumbia every day until Hatnrday, Novem
ber lath, 187& A. A. LIPSCOMB,
Oc.t29-76.tf. Tax-Colleotor M. C.
By virtue of an execution issued to m
from the Circuit court of Maury County Ten
essee, in favor of C.P.Johnson vs.Wm.
Mayes and John T. Spark man, security, I
wilTsell for cash to the highest bidder at the
eourt-house door, in the town of Columbia.
r. tv,A a ii.v of .tannarv. 1876. h tract or par-
1 of landltnated in the civil dlstrlol of
Msnry County Tenn., and bounded on the
north by the lands of Thos. Kelly; eawt by
T. C. Gray; south by A. Blackburn; west by
O. A. Jarret containing 65 acres, more or
less, levied on and to be sold as the property
of the said Wm. Mayes, to satisfy said exe
cution and coat. '
W. O. ALEXANDER. 8h ff.
By W. O. Withebptoos, D. Sh'fK
Fy virtue of the vendition of exponas,
reeted to me from the Circuit conrt of Mi
ry ' ounty Tennesspe, one in iavor oi jonn
Mathews V9. John II. Gillespiei ad others,
and one in favor of Foster Brothers vs. John
Gillespie and T. J. Rleves,securly,Als) -on
other in favor of D.S. Maxwell vs. John H.
fjilipurna and J. H. Jamison, stnvor. I will
Mil for cash to the highest bidder at the
AHrf.hAn.n rlnnr. in Out town of OolumblA
on IbaBdday of January, 1S78, sll the .right,
title and Interest, which is one sixth that
John H. Gillespie has in fhe following tract
rr narcel i
trcel of land, guuatea in iuc o civu ais-
trlct of Maury County Tenn.,
on the north by the lands of Mary H. Gilles
pie: east by 8. w. Fitepati-iek; south
i by W. I-.
J. Wllkos: west by w. .
tract of land containing 1S4 acres, more or
less, levied on and to be sold as the property
of tie said John H. Gillespie, to satisfy said
order of sale and cost. ...
W. A. ALEXANDER, Sh'tt
Deo 8. W. O. Withers poo N, D. Sh'n.
Joel B. Btockard Adm'r, vs. L. R.Cheatham
It appearing to me from the petition of
Joel B. Htockanl, Administrator of John
Cheatham, dwwd, which is sworn to, that
Lewis R. Cheatham, Thomas Cheatham, Jr.,
Andrew J. Cheatham. Archie Winn. Polk
Winn, Jane Love, Melvln Cheatham, John
L Cheatham, Emma Cheatham, John
w'lnn. William Winn and George Merrltt
axe non-residents of the Htate of Tennessee
so that the ordinary process of law cannot
be served upon them, it is therefore ordered
by me that publication be made iu the Co-
Usbed in the town of Columbia, requiring
Mia ilefondenta to be and nonpar before the
County Court of Maury County at it Janua
ry term, 1876, and show cause why said peti
tion to resign should not oe graniea.
Deo. 9-1S76. A. N. AKIN, Clerk.
H.P. Eigucrs vs. w.S. Bliss et al.
In tbls cause it appearing to me from
t'K hill, which is sworn to. that
whriikh Ik n non-resident of the Htate of
Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of
law cannot be served upon nim: it lstnere
fore ordered by me that publication be
made for four consecutive weeks In the
the Herald and Mall.anewspaper published
in tw town nt Columbia. Maury connty.
Tennessee, requiring the said non-resident
ti inwu before the next IttlnK of the
chancery Court, to be held in the town of
minrnhit. Maurv countv. Tennessee, on the
1st Monday in "April, 1878, and to plead.
answer or demur to complainant s bill, or
thasame will be taken for confessed a to
him and sot for hearing exparte.
NOV. 19, 1875, D. B. COOJ-FB, C. & U.
. A. Leggetl vs. H. T. Legsott. Petition
In rnnkii it annesrina from cnmoialn-
ant'ablll, which lssworn to, that H T Leg-
gelt lsa non-rosiuentoi tne mate oi lennes
m. an that the ordinary process of law cau-
aot be served upon him; ft is therefore or
dered by me that publication be made for
fonr consecutive weeks In the Herald and
Mail, a newspaper published In Columbia,
Maury county, Tennessee, requiring said
men-resident to be abd appear before the
ext Circuit court, at the Jan. term. 1K7H
and plead,auswer ordemurtocoraplalnant's
111, or the same will be take for confessed
as to him, and set for hearing exparte.
Jtov.26. 1875. Clerk.
QHANCERY BALE OF LAND.
By virtue of a decreo of the Chancery
euurt at Columbia, Tennessee, rendered at
Its October term, 1875, In the cause of H. P.
Wade, Administrator, vs. C. T. Mcrritt, I
will sell for oaali to the highest and bt bid
der, at the court-house door in th town of
Cwlarutila, on Monday, the 21st day of De
camber, 1375, the following described tract of
laad, to-wit: Lying a ad being in Maury
onnty, Tenneswo, beginning at the centre
of the branch lnlhe line cutting pit the same
from Harvey Kerr, running north ifi J, tt
H-sa chains to a stake in the old Ixickridge
oath line; thence north 8tfu, west 17.27
akalns to a stone; thence north chains
to m set stone new r a beeech; thence north
Mf43, west 10.50 chains to the i-entre of the
Wanch above motioned; thence with said
brauch 86.10 chains to the beginning, con
taining by estimation 20 arrea, 2 roods and
14 pol, and belngnart of the land origi
nally sold by A. C. White to R. K. Hhaw.
Maid laud will bo sold on a credit of six and
twelve months, free from the equity of re
Asmptton, notes with good sscurlty. beer
lag interest from date, will be required of
h purchaser or purchasers, and a lien re
tained to secure payment of the purchase
Jiov. 28, 1S75. O. B. COOPER, CaM,
By ylrtae of two essaattons in or bands
frea fas honorable t'ircuit Court of Maury
eaaty. Tenn.. at its September term, 1975,
?rint J Bryant and other In favor of
ary ITarrit. Execo'or of Robsrteon Hryant
wiltsall for cash to the higheet bidder, at
Ike conrt-houes door in the twn of Colnmbla,
TeaBss. on Monday, the ?2d day of No
vstnbsr. 1875, a tract or parcel of land lying
d being in clil district No 4 of Maury
onnty, lenn.. and bounded as follows, to
wit: (On the north by the lands of Dr H' W
Cacbrfcn and J Hendricks; soath by W R Hil
Hardrssst by W'm White and M Cochrac; went
iiW W Cochran ; contains one hundred and
aveny-seven aores and fifty poles Levied
fm as ib property of J J Uryaat. and will be
M .ati. y .aid laVg&B.
0t.i5. 1ST5. Sheriff.
Xh dry season now being over the
HEEL Y MILLS
Are running to their fall capacity by
All Custom Grinding done for the Sth,
rus lnaurln? a fine yield to th customer.
Jitpeeial attention given to
AnAoraera ollrlted. The hthest market
trloii piild for WHEAT AND CORN. Flour,
KmL Wan, and Short delivered In the city
oitathe depot aa eheap eer.t.
Jnne l-76.1y. M11.T05 T. AtFXl.
CIBCULAB AMD TBICSL LIST.
STAPLES 4 ANDREWS,
BEE PREMIUM LXBT.
CIRCULAR AND. PRICES.
In presenting you oBraBunalolrealar and
price llsVwe desire to call your attention
to the fact that w have takaajgreat pains
to procure m pure Btoek of Italian Baaahav
lng secured Imported mother direct from
Italy. We aaake
a specialty and bava aeleoted for thW pHr
posa out of over three hundred colonies forty
of the best marked Italian been, and have no
others lu eur apiary. Onr Queens are all
reared In fell colonies from Imported moth
ers, and we take as much pains to have
pore drones as to have pure Queens, me
only drones we permit In onr apiary, being
th progeny of pore tested mothers; not al
lowing any drone combe except In those
hlvea containing the most choice qBeess.
Onr location enables ns to procure QnM
nearly two months, earlier la the season
than they can be rearad la the Sortn.
fryr tested Qaeemrom Imported Jftrt.
Two Queens, w
Three Queens,... - 10 W
Six Queens.............. - 1 w
Torolly Vest Queens they most be retain
ed in the apiary from 88 to 40 days, at the
nd of which time they will shew their pro
geny, which If It prove to be pure, and they
duplicate themselves, will be evidence con
clusive of their having mated with a pure
drone. We will not send ont any Queens as
tested nnUl we have fully ascertained their
These Queens will also be bi ed from im
ported mothers and with the same eare as
onr tested Queens. They will be retained
by us nntll they become fertllieed and com
mence laying. We give no guarantee, how
ever, of their being parely fertilised, bntwe
do guarantee their safe arrival, a welt
as all Queens sent oat by as.
We warrant all onr Queens to bejtist what
we represent them.
COLONIES AND KUCLBUrl,
We will mrnlsh fall colonies with a
tested Qneen and drones for early
Queen rearing In shipping box for.. 19.00
Or a unclene with 4 Jrames of eomb
brood, and tested Queen for...- -C0.
In furnishing colonies or nucleus, we
will do aeln anysiae frame that may, be
desired, as we have hives of nearly aU the
prominent styles, we will, when desired,
ship In them at the additional cost of the
hive. Parties buying eolonlas er nnclen
have no risk ol Introdndna.
On this subject a celebrated Bee Keeper
says, and we agree with him; "There ts ne
ditncnUy In getting certificates of the enor
mous quantities of honey produoed by eaeh
particular hive. With few exceptions, all
patent venders are provided with them
well as with 'premiums' for 'best beehive,
received at all the Town, County and Btate
Fairs throughout the country. A premium
froia onr Fair committees Is no longer a re
commendation, everything Is reoommeud
ed as well as patented and when a man
comet along who has nothing to oiler in fav
or of his hive, further than the unprece
dented amount of honey secured by It and a
favorble notice from a stupid committee, I
feel very maeh like dismissing him without
To all we would say select some simple
hive of the movable ftame kind. It inust
be a movable frame hive, for no ne
oen successfully keep bees and use any oth
er. Beleet that whloh yon think or can as
certain to be the best and then let all your
yard be of one pattern.
Instructions f'r introdaclng queen will
le wmt with each queen shipped by us
OBDBKS AND MOSEY.
In sending your orders beparllenlar to
write yonr name plainly, and give yonr
Post Office, County and BUit.
The money must aeeompany all erders,
and should be. In every ease, sent In a xeg
Istered letter, post oflloe money order er by
All unnecessary handllnej of the qaeen
hould be avoided. Never take hold ef a
qneen by the abdomen, bnt by the wings or
body. When reeelved.open the eage con
taining her in a closed room before a win
dow, to that in case ahe files she will not be
We offer the following premiums;
Ft. "So the person sending ns the largest
number of namesof bao-keapers with their i
past offlee address, a full colony Italian bees
with a tested queen from tmportea mour.
wwtd. For the. second largest we
will give a four frame nucleus Italian
bees with tested qneen from imported
ffif.--For the third largest list we will
give a tested qneen from Imported mother.
Fottrth. For the fourth largest list, we
will give ono of our dollar qneens from IBS
We will register the number of names
sent us by eaah party nntll September 1st,
when the premiums will be awarded and
shipped to the successful parties.
OUB STANDING AND RKflPONSIBILITY.
MR. HTAPLKd is a practical Be Keeper,
having handled bees for abont forty years,
and made it his exelnslve business fertbe
last five years. .
Aemany partlas dealing with strangers
wish to know, and vety justly, th cbarae.
ter sad responsibility of the parties with
whom they are dealing, we will state that
our MR. ANDREWS is a natlye of Colum
bia, and for several veers connected with
the Arm of Andrews, Hayes Co., and at ,
present a member ot the firm of Andrews,
Berkley X Co., hardware merchants, wnase
standing ean be ascertained of nearly any
leading hardware or agricultnral Imple
ment house lu the Unlteit state.
A4dres all commuulcat lous to
STAPLES & ANDREW,
H E U I F F HA I, K
. w..n ffViA llnnrr0lilk rlrflltt fOlirt .if i
IU IU. a.wu. . .-- - - --.
Maury county, Tonneasee. in twvor ot C. It.
Wiley vs. Kntih Tliomron, I M ill sell tor
cawhto the hlghoat bidder, at th eourt
houftedoor In tha town of Columbia, on
ir,,ii7 the TTtlnlav of December. Ih7i a
i tract ot parcel of laud situated in the 2a civil
I dlHtrlct of Maury county, Tennessee, ant
bounoeu aa louows: .'uuu y iiiKinuunm
F A. Thompson; east by said F. A. Thorn p
aon south hv the lands owned by the heirs
of John Melvlsaaek, dee'd.; west by James
Alexander containing 134 acres, more or
lea. Levied ou and to be sold e the proper
ty of the said Rush Thompson to Batlfy
ald order of aale and cot
if: t: KKnff.
II E R IFF
S A L E.
By virtue of a venditioni exponas to me
directed frontthe Circuit court of Maury
county, Tennessee, In favor of J. A. David
son vs. J. Y. Hardlson, Ezra Hardison and H.
Hardlson, Securities, J will-sell for cash, to
the highest and best bidder, at the court -souse
in the town of Columbia, on Monday,
the 27th day of Decentbej, 1875, the following
described tract or parcel of laud, subject to u
homestead, situated in the State of 'IVinies
see, Maury county, civil district No. , and
bounded as follows: On the North by Kiii
nartl and rVllars; 1-jist by Joshua Hardison;
Mouth bvJamtw Holla rs; West by Stephens
and W. A. Derryberry containing 101 acres,
more or less. l"viel on and to be sold as
the property of the defendant, I. Y. Hardi
son, to satisfy said order of sale and cost.
Fov. 36,1875. Deputy Sheriff.
h EJLLEJL-J E
Rv virtue of a venditioni exponas to nie
directed from the Circuit court of Maury
county, Tennessee, in favor of J. O. Lee and
I. N. Byers vs. T. F. Matthews, I will sell for
eash to the highest and best bidder at the
court-house door in the town of Columbia,
on the 27th day of December, 1875, the fol
lowing described tract of land, situaunl in
the Htate of Tennessee, Maury county, civil
district, No. S3, and bounded as follows, to
wit: On the north by Henry Kinnard; east
by Thomas Clark; south by Rich Lunn;
west by Charles Robertson; containing in all
about fifty acres, more or less. Levied on
and to bo sold as the property of T. F. Mat
thews to satisfy said order of sale.
Nov. 20, 1S75. Deputy Slierifl-.
n E R I E F SALE.
Hv virtue of a venditioni exponas directed
to me from the Honorable Circuit court !'
Maury county, Tennessee, In favor of J. K.
Gray Co., vs. Newton Rullock and id
McKaunon, I will sell for cash to the high
est bidder, at the court-house door in the
town of Columbia, on Monday, the 27th day
of December, 187j, a tract or parcel of land
situated in the district of Maury county.
Tennessee, and bounded on the eaxt byUui
McKaunon, south by said McKaunon; west
by the public lands of the Baptist church,
north by the same containing two acres,
more or lens. Sold as tho property of the
said Newton Bullock, to satisfy said order of
sale and cost.
W. A. ALEXANDER. Sheriff.
By W. O. WiTHr-KiU'OON, D. Shcrift".
Nov. 36, 1875.
Br virtue of an agreement between the
parties in interest in the cause of Wm. r.
and E. Cooper vs. J. I laird, this day fllud
in said cause:
I will proceed to sell at. public outcry to
the highest bidder , at the Court Houso door,
in the town of Columbia, on Monday, Dec
37th 1H75, on a credit of one and two years,
and without the equity of redempt iou (notes
with approved security, and leariiij inter
est from day of sale, required of the purcha
ser): The following tracts of land, to wit:
1st. a tract or parcel of three hundred and
five acres, being in the flth civil district of
Maniy Co., Tenn., on the Hampshire piko,
and bounded on the South by the lands of
Wm. J. Armstrong, on the West by the lands
of Willis H. Krierson and others, on the
North bv the "Wllliamsport road, and on t lie
East by "the lands of -Thomas C Walker,
known as the "Matthew D. Cooper farm."
2nd. Tho undivided Interest (beiiijt the one
half thereof) of defendant J. L. Bnird in anl
to a tract of one hundred and fbny-nve
acres in the 9th civil district of Maury Co.,
Tonn., and bounded by tho lands of D. .1.
tes, (ieorgn Howell, James P. liaird, ami
Joseph Edinuudson, lyiiiic on the waters of
Green's Lick Creek, and knowu as the
Nov. 26th 1873. D. B. COOPER, C. & M.
I desire to sll seven or elht Short Horn
Ball Calves; also several Heifers. All pure
blooded Hhort Horn Durham, sired by Old
Nov. ao-75-3m. H. W. HCOTT.
WATSON & BDGKNAW,
ot i,aun o; uoya s
Smith and Carriage Department, at their
Factory, and are prepared to do all kind ol
'ICKS dre(!d and tempered to give satis
faction. Hf R1XGS welded and warranted to
stand. I'aintlng and Trimming done. Now
Work put upon the ehortect notice.
eeU5-73-3m. WATH0S i BL CKNAW.
A.B. B ruley vh. V. . Blii et al.
It appearing to me from complainant's
bill, which la sworn to, lht A' S BUss is a
Gou-renldent of the Htat of Tennemoe, so
that the ordinary prw of law cannot ho
rvedupon hlm:ftl therefore ordereil by
me tbat pablioallou be made for four wm
necutive weeks in tbe Herald and Mull, a
newspaper publihcil in thetownof Colum
Ma, Alanry county. Tennetwee, requlrlug
the said nou-rei ieut to appear before the
next sitt.nK of the Chancery court, to he
brld in the town of Columbia. Maury coun
ty, Tennessee. on the Int. Monday lu April,
187H, and to plead, answer, or demur to
complainant V bill, or the same will be taken
foroonfessed a to him and set lor hearing
Not; 13. 187o. D. B. COOPER, C. & M.
LOUISVILLE & GT. SOUTHERN
SOUTH & NORTH ALABAMA
OV. 21, 1S70.
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1.10 pm! .
a. 40 pm .
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TIl.VIN Xo. 3 conucvt.s at Dwalur enst mid
wtt M-ith Memphis Js Charleston liHlliviud;
at Birmingham with Alabama A fiiiiUsuioo
KU I.-dlirMd; at Calera with Kelnui, liniin .t
Dalton Railroad; at Montgomery with West
ern Ha ilroad (of Alabama.) MontsroiiM-rv A
Kufaula Railroad and Mobile A- Moiitsr.im
ery 11a 11 mad.
CONPKSED TIME. No. 2- No. 4 Xo. ti
ov. 21,1875. Dally. Dally Dally,
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M iilaagow June...
" lyt'bunou June...
" Cinciuiiatl Jc...
3. :f pm
TRAIN No. 2 connects at Nahvillo with
N., C. A Ht. Ijouls R"y West for Memphis; at
Cave City with stages for Mfltumotli t Vive:
at Iiebnnon Juuclion with Kmixvllle and
Richmond Uraiiche": at Cincinnati Junc
tion with Li.. C. A. Li. 11. R. for the North and f
East: at JiOtilsville wltli L . . Mail jjojiis i.ii-
the Cincinnati and with ). A. M. U"y aud J,.
M. A I. R. R. forthe North. Fast ami West
TRAIN No. 4 connects at Glasgow Juiivo
tlon to and from Glasgow; nt Cave City .to
aud from Mammoth Cave; at LouisviJ ,
with U C. A. 1 1. R. R. forthe North and Ku st.
TRAIN No. connets at Glasgow Ju'ih
t ion to and from Glasgow; at Cave t"if
and from Mammoth Cave: at Cincir7iati
Junction with I, C. A I. R. 15. for the Xortli
nd Fast; nt IOiiisville with O. A M. vte J..
M. A I. R. It. for the North, Fast ami VcM.
aud with V. t. Mall Line steamers lor Cin
cinnati. Mm Fil.cs Cits Without Change
Are run lx-tween
New Orleans and Louisville,
Jacksonville and Louisville,
Via Atlanta aud Nashville.
Memphis and Nashville,
c p. Alness, s.m ps u Ticket
THOS. B. RUMS & CO.
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, PUTTY,
AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL U:
DYITWOODS AND DYE "STUFFS GENERALLY ! I
Medicines warranted genuine, and ot the best quality. Customers will iiud our
stock complete, comprising many articles it is impossible here to enumerate, and all
sold at moderate prices. raay-wo-ti
I I i CO . , . . -- '
IMEIE I ALL OPEII.
- 1 FTA 1
WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING
FALL AND WINTER STOCK I
' Hue tf
And tuke pleasure in saym;
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
XUau was ever
.,-., ..j i.
Which is well wortliy your ini i y .k , , , lle i:ulti s
(who resi.le in Cinciimati, the tj i el 1- n i .(nJ beins?
ally overs.-es the make-up a..l sty es o our tl,lr ,h..1.el(y OI,bliii
:l.ark. t, tnU?;! .d vantage .nuVinU
nr competitor iu thorough woikm"""1'
And oiler n line of prices
bupers iu Maury County.
iu our Clotliing
S. 13. Sl'UULOUK. h. NV. uui.r.
SFURIaOCE, HOKE & COM
Cotton Factors xxca.
Hob. 95 ani 9S
,;is TJc.wlh. thir t!iitui iu thfir
....-.wmr. nn.l thrircliarsref wilUi;
City, and make liberal a.viuiccsou all
vv iTvr TUST RECEIVED ONE OF THE
HAL jjgfri SELECTED STOCK OF
EVER JJIIOUGIIT TO
. . ,i ..ftn;tr to our larue
van paini;i"" - .
KlI.YlrtJ WATCIIKS. of anu auie'J
: i, v i rr nnu'J alwnr on liand. Our
atlT as To suitllT eyes, aVd defy compcfit.on tn p.ices,
an-d Jewelry repaired on the ahm-tcst nolict.
Se'pt. 10, Wu.-Jm
J. u.'.mci; l'llY
Columbia, Tenn. ,
A. I. LOONEY.
JOHN T. TUCKEU.
J. T. & W. F. TUOKER,
COMMISSION" MERCHANTS !
3iortb last Corner PiiWi" n,aare,
t'OLlHBM, - TESKHWlfc.
" Dei-.tors in Cotton aud nll.klnds ot :. -
duce. L'lberal auvauces
A SVI. Hughes, Jr.,
j?l TTO RKEY-A. T.LA W
SO LICI TOR IX EQ U1TY,
t niim int.
Will practice in tli eco i oi aurj ,
il 4urtai jaiinic,
rini isruitS I
ernint. april 2-,a-ljs.
and CHEMICALS !
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MK-WV IX'VO i
KH OK oiy-
i ll tuhlmw you a ftnor
:u fully 1i :
BOOTS, SHOES, HaTS, ETC.,
i siir.-rir.tMiilel liv out
. i .. i m wittiAni.iiui.
I, II I iru i i. -- --
consi-.vnuy " i'"7
5 un to outstrip all
13 l17 I-iES,
PrpMrtment. that will surprise the closest
North Colie Street,
ll.ue, uiuler tlieir own
liable Ilous-e ni tne
aslow as any re
,', " :i.('. I.. ;oL)DHICH
THE MARKET, t OMPRISINi
toek of GOl.l AND
'and well selected"
A-o AIhoil rii Ctldld ftgsorroieui,
lr,f.. nsRortinent ol hflAtiii
.-n . 1.1 1
.1. II. JAMES & SON'-
i I iiUl ljlUlU
Casli Paid For
AhP.at and Urn
ve.1 saicHim t to.
Mrs. M. X.
YOUR TTTENTION I
We would respectfully inform our eustomeas and the public generally that MrtL
Uryaut has just returned from New York with a large and carefully selected lt!a r
FAT-.T. ja.3NT33 WINTER.
PLAIN AND FANCY
Dress Goods, Neck Ties, Rouches. Collars and
cuffs, Toilet Articles, and
Also, a Splendid Line of
Which we will sell ad cheap as any one. We resiKX'tfuily solicit mi exa
ination of our stock. We still keen on hand and make on shortest notnr
SHkOUDS, and will STAMP or PINK with promptness anv orders e
tended to us. We have also on hand a large stock of Gent's Tints r4
Gent's Underwear, and Boy's Clothing,
cannot handle such stock to advantage.
examinatton of our stock.
April 2d, 1875.
I 1 M -aPiHU- s
s -icq a w i go 3 -
1 g I OiSffl ftti as9
s i w h r. g m
S g i. Ca PS a
ALGER ON ALPHONZO DEPRATIA
LAMARTBKNBE JOHN VB8LBY HODGE
CHEAPER than any one. All
t'xclittntrc lorgiiwls, AAlbi i
Remember the Blue
J AS. B. SMITH.
AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Weal llc l'liblit'N'innrr.
Star Next door to Frierson's Drug Store.-!
ntE Al!'. HK( Kivmii U li-irKB ail"
W r..vn.n,i Winli-r. embraciliee
ry Instance tliese goods were purchase
manufactured to our Kneciui orioi , i
class of Clolhin, loth lu quality an
S .1 "AVJ us T. li a'nd we
uunu c.-f i-"
September 3, lsj.-ti.
AHE AD OF ALL
TV mvsEOUFVCE OF THE DEPRESSED CONDITION OF THE MX)V
CONL(U,JEY MARKET IN F3 ASTERN CITIES,
"''''SSS AS" WFA'1'
DRY GOODS, CLOTHIBG,
HATS' BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.,
AtaureatHacrlrtce. We are nowoini ItINS --Jj
being determined not U be unuerso ... r
D. T. CHAPPELL.
LIVERY. SALE iD FEED
HORSES BOUGHT AND
. . . f .itui...i..rnihir Mr.
which we will sell at cost, as w
We resijwtfully solicit
GEO. L SULAlui
kin.ls of Country
August 27, lriTj-tJui.
J AS. M. METCALFE,
rni.lAMBI A.TEX SfcK
Klcant Stck of Oustoni-Made Clotliln.
verytliiuii for Men and Hoy'i wear. In ueur
mm iiie 1 iiiiiorters. an
therefore we feel 'assured tl.at we are ..llerl nu a li.tMr
n l stvle. tUun His been ex.uiiuieil heretofore I ii thi
Tn price:, aiid all miods gubject to bo rolurue f "t
will endv0r to Pje-M you.
SMITH & METCALFM.
. AMERy EU,
MCheaT) John's" Store,
N. J. VAUOIIAN
SOLD ON COMMISSION I
m wriebt will be on hand to drivth