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HERALD AND MAIL.
Friday Morning, Peg. i7f 1375.
H. Y. Riddle, Democrat, was elected
Tuesday, to Congress from tbe 4th Dis
trict of Tennessee, to fiJl a vacancy.
Maury County does not eDjoy a very
good reputation as a solvent county,
nd yet there is not a county in the
State, of equal wealth, that has so few
tax sales, Montgomery County, for in
stance, 'not near so wealthy, has over
five hundred tax sales, while Maury has
only fifty-nine. Our county has only
had a dozen or ho each year, for a num
ber of years pst.
We are gra'itjpd to learn that Miss
Nettie Power Houston has been selected
to read a poeui Ml t ho Centennial Cele
bration, next year. Longfellow is the
poet and Miss Houston the poetess of
the occasion. This is indeed a great
compliment to tbe pitted Southern girl,
and we predict that her poem will be
worthy of the gret occasion General
Sam. Houwton was one of the historical
men of the first century of ihe Repub
lic, and it is meet, that bis brilliant
young daughter should read a poem at
the grand celebration of its 100;h anni
versary. The Democrats ot the United S'ates
Senate recently met and demanded that
B Democrat be pi cetl on the important
committee on Kleetions, and they se
lected for tbo position lion. Henry
Cooper, Senator irom Tennessee. This
way a substantial recognition of the le
gal ability and statesmanship of our
Senator. Sttntnr Oi'ip'r is a quiet,
modest man, ami having bat little po
litical experienco when he entered the
Senate he did not thrust himself promi
nently forward in every debate; but he
is a man of fine ability, and from this
time forward we look for him to occupy
a leading position among thej Southern
Senators. His .speech against Jtbe ciil
rights bill last year was unquest ionably
the able.st delivered in the Senate on
li seems that (ien. Henderson, prose
cuting counsel for the government in
the whisky frauds c ues at St. Louis,
made ratbr too v igorous a prosecutor
to suit the White House family, as one
of them is soon to be tried by the court
in which Henderson was the prosecutor,
The ropes are being laid to let it go easy
with Bab. Henderson, in the prosecu
tion of McDonald and Avery, has be
come too familiar wich the workings of
the ring, and knows too well how to get
at the tacts. A new prosecutor, howev
er able, not being very familiar with
these cases, will not s successfully
prosecute tbem. It-sides, the fate of
Hend-rson caches him that when he
strikes went that, comes from the
White House, lie must tack. Jso deer
must be chased within those sac:ed pre
clncts. Matters are all working lor the
triumphant acquiUal of liabcock. The
first step wns to net rid of Henderson.
Let the country stand ready to sympa
thize with innocence accused but vindi
liizing Eeliio:i and Politics.
President 'Iran 's mess ige indicates
yery clearly bis design upon the Third
Term. His aim is to get up a prejudice
against R'Hint! Catholics, and make
himself the loader of the movement.
The Northern Methodist Church is aid
ing him, jnd.jin; In 111 tbe following
account of Hsp-o-h m-idein Boston, by
Bishop Gilbert. Haven, a liielong abo
litionist: Bishop Gilbert- Haven, in accordance
with an invention extended by the
preacher's meeting a fortnight sgo, ad
dressed tbe audience on the Condition
ot tbo South. He smd that there was
one class of pei.ple in the South, who
bad been recgniz'-il as a nationality by
the pope, and they would welcome his
followers to lbe shores; but the race
trued by the people of tbe North will
never strike a blow ninst constitu
tional liberty. Ibshcp Haven said that
there is to lm a t r mentions political
battle this yer, t-i:iiiiiiu : with the
election of a Il'Min.ri it ic fpeker of the
national Hoii'-o of K -presentatives. He
Maid th tt the ministers of Boston are
ia the field of Irtt'.le; their words are
reported, and the S iithrn papers com
i.tent on them. The question is, "Shall
f he Northern pi.oplo ri.lothe nation?"
Shall the I'liritmi or the cavalier be
ri.ler?" "Shall U"mIiii or Charleston bo
th j center?' Tin Met hotlist, Kpiscopal
Church is the only insiitution in the
S uth to day 1 hat represents the Amer
ica 1 nation. You uuis', he said, stand
li - your church. There are in tbe South
n-ly SIN) UltO members ot the Metun
lisf Kp'HCopal church who know what
tlisv believ.-Just as well 11 the people
Of X iw HiiKland, and better. Tbe.3' ap
preciate liberty anil those who gave it
lo ';.ouo; they never will 1m betrayers,
an i t the pet'i't" ot the North never
bfllny them. Tiio malcontents of the
S u-'iknow that they were defeated
In 11 mar; that in 111 is President
G and 11 the people throw turnov
er .1" the foinniaiitl of politicians they
will rue it. Pray, brethren, that rrt si
de,.' c .rant ni;v bo re-elected. Pray for
Ihe'.. le people ol th South, anil you
find Lbat thua you will be able to keep
d r. the kiudrcd threatening powers,
thi v ve power and the power of pa
T ibove. meiitioii.-'d Bishop Haven
lie!. I Conference of bis mixed crowd
of whites and blacks at Nashville last
Kl , :id b.'canio very iudigm-.nt be,
ovi e lie in mbers ot the M. K. Church
Hon! ! did not throw ( pen their doors
sn.l invite hit pre i -!i ts to preach in
thei oulpits, :t:.ti break bread with
hO'H We thon-!it 'h! proachera at
Nwhvilledid riglu now v. e know th-y
The X rth-rn M--r : ...i:-t Cmirch has
for :u . ly years ii"cn 'lit rolled by fanatic-.
They forc -tl a sMtwsiou ot the
S.rrh. Tii Church, :vd by their bitter
cr..s !esagi;n-' ' 'i-i S mill prepared the
m'u 1, Nor Ii aiitl S u: b, for the great
war which follow. -.1. K illing nothing
else' 1) tight, rln-y are trying to get up H
k' '-ains' t!." l: -i:-i Catholics The
R 111 n Church is n'ir.-t s de; i-n-i where
it h Munlimii 'l p i.vt r, ivpehlican gov
r .nent ami r. i am lib irty are al
nis'. impossible. B 1" i'. is no worse
th;i the Noi-Lh.-! ;i M rtiodist Church,
w"i;h is i-gressi vt n id tyraun ical
and mixes p ililics and r'-lil m quite as
ex' jnsively as th-i limitn Church.
T i:sclaims to be 1 republic. 11 govern
nitnt, and cart only bo s.ieh ho long a
r ltgion is kept i.m.ii itiii's. r.ant
a struck a j.op'il ir j-r;.iu lice h thinks
we shall see ho.v ii-'ir o. is correct.
The Fdit'cal Situation.
I"fir IjlU'ir of tin II' r., hi mil MnlK-
The hio 1 suvitss il i v r d the game
be Bondholders atjd Xaiional Bank
party were playing. By bribing tbe
rOrrupt leatlers l that party which bad
attained its power ta questions and is
Ur8 growing 1 ut ol tbe war, tbo herl
pf the Republicau party were made to
believe by their leaders that the war
questions were not yet set 'led that the
rebellion was liablo 10 bre U out at any
Xjjouient; that tLo eoako wan eotcbed,
but not killed; and tlnse leaders, ap
pealing to tbe piide and fanaticism of
the members of the Republican party,
held tberu trgetl erin n organization,
to tbe end of keeping these leaders in
power until they might perfect tboir
financial fcchemc. This financial
r?beme was tbe retirement of green
backs, and a permanent establisment
of the profitible and powerful monop
oly, the National Ranks. "Impending
rebellion"' and the "bloody shirt" were
ries simply to ir if lend the people fom
the real issue in the politics of tbe coun
try : National Banka or no National
The Ohio Democracy refused longer to
me.ke themselves ridiculous by fighting
wind: refused longer to defend against
the false and so often refuted charge of
rebellion and impudent bamboozling of
the "bloody shirt." The Ohio Democra
cy took the offensive and said that these
were pretenses : that tbe real question
ol interest to tbe country, and tbe one
sought to -be covered by these shams,
was one of Finance.
The last Fall Democratic campaign in
Ohio was but a reconnoiasance in -force,
by which the plans and position of the
enemy were fully discovered; and the
army ol the people that will march
against him in 1S76 will know where to
hnd hi 11. and how to make their victory
over tbe Mammon of Unrighteous
ness decisive. The Republicans in the
O no canvass learned that tbe "waving
of the "bloody shirfand the cry of "Re
bellion" would no longer avail them,
raised the cry of "No Popery," and
"own with theRaor Baby." The issue
presented by tbe Democracy was: whe.
L 1 - . . . ...
v""' o ruouiu nave "ureenoacks ' or
National Bank notes as the currency of
tbe country; and whether the oommer
ciai and industrial interests of the
country should be crippled for the tern
porary want ot money, and contraction
ol the currency necessary to the substi
riiiion ot National Bank notes for
Greenbacks, and whether the country
should retire a non-interest bearing
debt, and put out an interest bearing
debt : thus losing millions in the pay
ment ol interest : all for the benefit of
the National Banks. These issues
could not be squarely met. The Na
tional Banks and other bondholders, in
support of the party that has been pro
tecting and fostering their interests.
subsidized the press of the country and
hired mercenary "Hessians" to again
mislead the people and make them be
lieve that the question .of that canvass,
and the question now before tbe coun
try was and is: Hard or Soft money?
claiming the Republican party to be tbe
bard money party and the party in fa
vor ot specie resumption: (the very par
ty that has made specie resumption
impossible.) Who among those editors
and orators who has sense enough to be
worth buying believes that specie re
sumption, at present or in tbe next
twenty years, is possible by any system
ot finance? And didn't they know that
while crying out for specie resumption
in 1879, they do not want and never ex
pect to have, specie resumption? Tbe
plan is: to issue Bonds and retire Green
backs, and on these Bonds establish
National Banks: to substitute National
Bank notes lor Greenbacks. When this
is effected you will hear nothing in ad
cacy of specie resumption from them.
Tbe very National Banks that are now
Subsidizing the press 0 the country to
show that resumption is practical and
should be cairied out in 1879. will then
he subsidizing tbe same press to show
that specie resumption is impracticable
and would be ruinous. They will not
then desire specie resumption, because
specie resumption will mean the re
deeming of the National Bank notes in
gold. They hope to have in Congress
pliant tools who, when all greenbacks
are retired, will change their tune and
declare that the wants of trade demand
an inflation ot the currency; to encour
age which tbe most liberal legislation
in beb-H rd' National Banks, it will be
arsoied. i- necessary. Under this legis
lation National Banking will become so
niie fi more profitable than even now
that every little town of five hundred
people will have a National Bank, and
National Hank Bills will become as
plentiful and as worthless as Confeder
ate money in tbe last days of the Con
federacy. The country i now suffering
from tbe unsettled national finances,
and tbe temporary contraction of the
currency, resulting from the retiring of
greenbacks. Let all true inflationists
of an irredeemable papercurrency stand
like Morton and Sherman, with the Re
publican party; for so soon as the green
backs are retired the country will be
flooded with National Bank Bills. The
most appalling picture Scburs has
drawn of the dread end of greenback
inflation will bet pcorly represent the
financial ruin and misery that will be
brought on the country if tbe National
Bank currency inflationists succeed.
Let tbe Democratic members of the
present Congress take their positions on
the issues presented by tbe Ohio Demo
cracy. They can resolve that specie re
sumption in 1879 is impracticable, and
the Republicans will endorse the reso
lution, because the National Banks iu
convention have already resolved in
favor of a postponemert of specie re
sumption to 1885. But this will not do.
II Greenbacks are to be retired and Na
tional Bank Bills to take their place,
then we are in layor ol their resumption
Let the Democratic House pass a bill
repealing tho "Sherman Finance Bill,"
and declaring that it is more wise aud
better for tbe country that that rart of
the National debt now afloat as a circu
lating medium in tbe form of a non-interest
bearing treasury note remain so,
instead of being put into an interest
bearing bond: thus saving the country
millions in the way of Interest, and
trivinc a better and more reliable cur.
rency. That Greenbacks are preferable
to National Bank notes. Let them pass
an act abolishing speed ily as possi-
blo--consldering the commercial inter
est ot the ountryH-Naiional Banks,
And I t them devise some means for
converting so much ot the national d-sbt
into a greenback currency as is nocessa-
rvtopumilv the demands of the com
mercial and industrial interests of the
country. If the Republican Senate fails
to pass this bill, then the issue is made
and we will eo to the country upon it
iu 1870. C.
The Political Attitude of the South-
New Orleans Vicayune.l
Among the numerous prominent politi
cians whose names have been mentioned
in connection with thene.".t Presidency of
the I'nit- 1 Stiitrs, not one is a Southern
man. Tl.i-n' ;h no Southern man who as
pires to ;. i.. m iiiation for that elevated
olii'-e or b ei:p- cts such a nomination.
Neii'n. r do 'lie Southern people ask or ex
pc' tli.-tt hoii -r t'r any of their leaders.
The f:ntie nhnecition of political distinc
tion is trm; ot the Southern members of
Cuiiurtj.-'. It might be urged, perhaps
with justice, at any rate with plausibility,
that the population ot tbe South is at
prosent relatively too small to jnstify the
selection c-f a Presidential candidate from
that section. It it is proper at all to at
tempt to secure support for a candidate
by an appeal to pride of section,
it is certainly more expedient to
h-?ad the national ticket with rome dis
tintuished Kaetern or Western name.
But, ujio-i the other hand, it is well koojrn
that the greater part of the Democratic
majority in the House of Representatives
is from the (South. Nevertheless, uo South
ern member at-pired to the Speakership,
and none was supported by his colleagues
for that position.
The South has foregone one aojbitiD.
Why? tsbe has contributed more than her
quota of Presidents, and in ante helium
days in her Senators and Representatives
maintained an acknowledged cscenden
cy iu the halls of Congress. It was the
South which seut to Congress the greater
number of those orators and sUtesmau
wh in he better days of our country's
history illuminated the debates it its
council. And shaped its Legislation men
like John Marshall, Randolph, Giles,
Clay, William Hunter, Ca.'houn. Gaston,
Hayne. Legare, Guthrie, Ruiledge, Pinck
rey, Harper, llugh I White, Benton
Tylfr, Crawford, Crittenden and John
Hell. X It i not t0 e supposed tbat such
men have left no worthy descendants, or
that Southern genius is wholly a thing of
the past. It is true that immediately af
ter the war, pursuauce of a policy of coo.-
Have opened the finest assortment of
BOUND BOOKS, FANCY GOODS
Drawing Materials, Tissue Paper &c, at their
23" IE W TT CD EH IB!
On the Square, between Geo. Milner's and Wilson Tucker's. WALL.
PAPER. WINDOW SHADES. PICTURES. CARDS, &c, Picture
Frames made to Order. Photo and Autograph Albums, Box Papers, En
velopes. Gold Pens. Pencils, etc.. CheaD.
NOTICE. We erive a lare-e Chromo to every subscriber to the New
York Ledger, Weekly. Saturday
Magazine, etc. Subscriptions received for any paper published.
$ Violins, Accordions, Hops, Violin String, Ktc. Old School
Books taken in exchange for JN ew.
tsr THE OLD RELIABLE!
Would respectfully return their thanks to the citizens of Columbia and surround
ing country for tbe liberal patron aire bentowd upon them during tbe past
year, and be ; leave to inform them, that, in addition to their already
large lock, they have Just received a splendid assortment of
nrm rrnTinm rnw n inrsm
nd in short evervthtne snitible for farailv
will kccnlhP bPKt nf BREAD. RUSKS. CA
TtlStiS and ' PARTIES on abort notice and
house in Columbia. W Given a call and
PLACE TO BUY CONFECTIONERIES,
AND TOYS FOR CHRISTMAS !
TJ TTOT .TVT TNT
Stock of Confectioneries of Imported and Home Manufacture, and offers ex
tra inducements to those in want of anything in the Confectionery line.
Cakes, Candies, Nuts, Raisins, Figs, Annies. Canned
Fruit, Oysters, Etc.
Orders solicited for PARTIES AND BRIDAL OCCASIONS, as our
work surpasses all done iu our line or
Ornamented on short notice, and guarantee satisfaction. Fresh Bread eve
ry day. Fresh Mince Meat at all times. Remember the place.
ciliation, carried perhaps to the extreme.
our Congressional representation was, for
the most part, an undistinguished one.
We were told that we would make our
selves obnoxious to the North if we per
8sted in putting forward the men who
had controlled the policy of the South
before the war of secession, and who had
led our armies with so much military
skill and courage in that unhappy strug
gle. But all thai clumped; gradually the
people have acquired snihVient boldness
to choose for themselves, and to-day our
representation in Congress will compare
favorably with that r m any section rf
the Union. As we have said, it migtt
constiiute by tue mere weight of numbers
thJ-on ri Hi g element in the Democratic
majority. Rut it designs to do nothing
of the sort
This continence, this self restraint on
the part of the Southern people and their
lead rs, is the result of a sublime patience
and a wise foresight. What the South I
needs just now is not a mere temporary j
control in the conduct of national affairs.
but relief from the expressions which still
weigh her down, and a chance to grow.
She will do nothing, there, to shock the
prejudices, to arouse the fears, or to ex
cite the jealousies of North, East or West.
She soeks ouly to act with her iriend and
under their leadership. Leave us un
traroeled in the control of our own sepa
rate State affairs by Federal interference,
give us that legislation which is essential
to the development of our material resour
ces, and name your own President, Vice
President and Speaker! Such is at pres
ent the political attitude ol ths South.
Grant and the Hethoiist Church.
New York Herald.J
President's blunder, like that of Mr
Blaine, is in giving life to an issue that
did not exist. The president's mesnsge
shows that he is under the Methodist in
fluence, lie is known to be an ostenta
tious, if no an altogether orthodox, mem
ber of the Methodist Church. Since be
has been in the White House we have
observed a tendency to surround himself
with Methodist clergyman, to be much
under the guidance of lethodist bishop,
to appoint the favorites of Methodist
prelates to important places and to send
Methodist priests wandering around the
world at Government expense when they
needed a rest from their spiritual labors.
Now, President Grant has too much
common sense, we should hope, and is too
much of a soldier and practicl man to fall
under the influence of any quality of
priest, be it Methodist or not. The dan
ger of his position may be understood if
we suppose him as much in the company
Jesuns or Franciscans as of the Metho
dists LJow this country would resound
from the forests of Maiue to the shores of
Ivower California with invectives upon
"the proselitir.g spirit of Home," ana
"the dark influence of the Jesuits, ' and
"the attempt lo revive tbe horrors of the ,
Inquisition'' mid the persecuting fires of I
Savov? With what fervor, with what ve-I
hemei.ee, with what denunciatory rhetor-
ic, with what direct rpplicaion of the
terrible imprecations of Holy Writ wou'd
the clergymen of the Protestant Church
denounce the president who was infiuen.
ced by the priests of the Church of Rome
as president Urant is now by the priests
of the Methodist faith! I o show to what
an extent this courting a religious influ
ence by a president and politician may
each, read the extraordinary speech of
Bishop Haven, the Methodists prelate,
who, in Boston, the other day, proposed
Grant should he neminated for a third
term. The iniioceny of this exhibition,
if we may use the word without personal
oflence in speaking of a clergyman of a
respectable church, counts not alone in
in tne bringing of religion into the unhal
lowed waters of politics, but in the tvil
that it will necessarily inflict upon the
(1)1 i nUI A NAKHET,
Office of Edsali. McEwim,)
Pec. 16, 1S75.
Btv,BShoulders, Hcts ; sides, locts ; bams
RutTy- ami L'";c.
Blnckino 7.V.1 00 dos
CoMm 8 to ll-ct.
fnttnm xtt :K- ner iuu m.
Cnm ;i to 5S5 cts. per bushel.
(Vify 2i t Tie rr uto uy sai'K a-i; , 10 cut
Ijlntra 2c. Java 37c.
Coal OU 175 teft, 40ct. per gallon.
CWtfwr 224(s23C.Tt H.
flour fi 00. perlOOB.
HungarlHu Orass Seed 22j. bushel.
Lard Id to 18 cents.
Ltmr. 2-va3"c. OUHUel.
Meal 6u to t0 cts.
Molatmet and Surup cooimou, 7ic.(g!X.'C; gol
den Kyrup.f 1(1.2.1.
Pea Nut 76 to 80 CW. Dull.
hue 7 Vi p"r bu.
balr .'.. for 7 bu
forSS hnnhel, 12..i0.
St-da I' X'l-s.
Sugar New Orleans, 10(313e; Dernerara, 14
l."xi; Asngar, 12c4cruKbed and ranulail
Tnlloitl k It'.
Wool Dull at quotations, 20 to 4a
60 to Hi
ROBT- M. McKAY. H. P. FTGITERS.
Colombia, Ton. Formerly of Franklin, TnD
McKAY V riUUJKItK,
Will practice in Maury and adjoining
eountia. Prompt attention given to bmi
ne eutrnxted to them.
OfiLee Wbitthorne Block, up-tair.
Night, Godey's Lady's Book, Leslies'
COMSTOCK & KU WH.TOJN ,
IN PART OF:
C ANNE ED
e and the hoi td a vs. heretofore we
KKS. and PIES, and will All orders for WED-
upon a.t reasonable terms as any sl-nilar
we guarantee satisfaction. deo!7-lm.
has the choicest and best selected
no charges made. I lakes Baked and
REDUCED RATES !
To those in need of a good
BUCrST OB FAMILY CONVEYANCE !
Apnly to J. FRANK DYE at the
.cm etson House, in this place, or at
Black & Moore's Stable, where there
win De constantly on hand specimens
of work which he wishes the people
to examine and satisfy themselves.
December 17th, 1875.-tf
mill Ahead !
We will sell dur
ing" the Holidays
our entire stock for
10 Per Cent, less
than Nashville pri
dec!8-2w. J. H- JAMES & SON
WAITED ! !
SHELLED OR II! THE EAR !
XO CHAR O E FOR SIIELLIXG
Capacity of Sheller ! One
Bushel Per Minute!
Sept. 1 1-75-1 j
VM. 8HACKLETT 4 CO.
WANTED. Tbe Manhattan Manufaa
turing Company are now recognizing their
general agencies. Energetic men may se
cure the control of all sales in specified ter
ritory of a staple article. A permanent ca-Mi
business, and a monopoly tbus may b made
to pay .").000 per annum. For particulars ad
dress, with stamp enclosed,
Or. A. LUMPKIN, President,
decl7-2w. 117 Beade St., w York.
C. C. FIGURES
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Here we are Again
We hare just received our
SECOND FALL STOCK
Consisting in part of
25c; 30c; 35c.; 40c.; 5!c; 60.c; 70c;
80c; 90.; $1.00; $1.25, etc., etc.
And all other desirable shades of
And all other makes of
Gents, Ladies & Misses
Furnish in Gootls
Dozen 2 button Ladies
and colored to match
the latest shades of
At only 75 cents a pair.
Don't forget that we have an immense
stock of CUSTO 4 MADE
And remember that we Guarantee
Don't buy before you examine our stock
MEN'S BOY'S and CIIIi.DREN S
Bear in mind that you will save 25 per
it by purchasing your goods at the
SOUTHERN' TIUDE PJL18B
South Side Pub. Square,
COLUMBIA, : TEXX.
j iimscii .v Co.
70, 72, 74, N Colic St.,
I 27,and 23. White St
-: AN :
S nt!j fln Stre
I will continue
to keep on bni.d a pood
And other style vehicles that cannot be
beat in style and prices.
Mr. JOHN GARTNER will continue
charge of tbe
And Mr. ROBERT BUTTER WORT H,
Nashville, in the
We are prepared to do all kinds repair-
ing at reduced prices; our motto beln
promptness aud neatuess. Will keep on
hand a good assortment of
Harness at Low Figures
We are also nreoared to do repairing on all
kinds of Farm Implements and Machinery
Persons wishing to buy or have work done,
will gnu It to llieir interest to
Oive Me ti Oall,
Corn TJUara ted.
EDS ALL & McEWEN will
pay tho Highest Market
Price for Good, Dry, Shelled
I desire to srfl seven or eiclit Sbort Horn
Bull wives; hIso several Hellers. All pure
blooded snort Horn Durhams, sireu ny uiu
Nov. l.tl-75-.im. S. W. SCOTT.
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery court
nt Columbia Tennessee rendered at its Oct.
Term, 1H75, in tbe cause of Ash Haralson,
Admr. vs. William Holeonili etals, I wiif
sell at public outcrv to the liicliest and best
bidder nt the Court hou-e door in the city of
Columbia on Saturday the 1Mb day of Jan
uary 1876, the lollowins descrilied tract or
parsel of land to wit: iSitiiiited in Maury
Jerry Cheeks Iund.' South by JleniyT. Os-
norne, fcaM iy lien l ran lord, ami rorm oy
the lands of Thonas Amis: Counting about
ninety acres of i-aid land will be sold on a
credit of one and two years except the sum
i wo hundred dollars to le paid iu cash on
davofsalc. Notes with tood seeu'ity bear
ing interest fiom date will be required of
the purchaser or purchasers, aud n lien re
tained to secure the payment of the pur-
Chase money. Sold free from the right and
equity of redemption.
I.B. COOPER, CAM.
December, 10th, 1875.
Bv -virtue of a Decree of Chancery court a
Columbia, Tennessee, rendered at its Oct.
Term 1875. In the cause of W. T. Whitaker,
vs. John H. Gillespie, Etais. Cross Bill. I
will sell at public outcry to the highest ana
best bidder at the Court house door in ihe
city of Columbia on Ha.mrdy the loth any
of January, 1K70, the following described tract
or parcel of laud to wit : Ki'.uated in Civil
District No. 24, Maury County, Tennessee.
Beginiug at a Chinquapin UaK in a siok
with Ash & Cedar pointers, thence West H8
poles and 22 links to a stake formerly a red
Oak in tbe edge of the water of Duck River,
thence up said river above the old but
mentof Wall's Mill Dam, thence N. 2 deg
E.75 poles to tiie Ix-ginninir. Containing
a bout 15 acres. Snid land will be sold in
two or more tracts or parcels on a credit of
one and two years, except the sum ofiMuO.uu
in cash. Notes Willi gooa security bearing
interest from dnte, will be required of the
purchaser or purchasers and alien retained
to secure the payment or tne purcnase
monev. Sold free from the right and equi
ty of "redemption.
D. B. COOPER, C.M.
December, loth, 1873.
111 11 11
Taz Colesctor of Hrnrj Cozntj, lessees.
Wherkas, Tbe following tracts of land,
parts of tracts of land, town lot, or parts of
XOW II loirs, iinvui uwii nwr'-ctri lur luxes lor
year 1874; that the taxes thereon areduennd
unpaid, and that the respective owners of
the same have no goods and chattels within
said county on which to distrain said taxes,
I will under and by the provisions of an act
of the General Assembly of the Stata of Ten
nessee, passed March 23d, 1875, approved
March 24tli, 1875, beet ion 4, Chapter 102. enti
tled au act "to extend the time in which to
collect the taxes assessed for the year 1874.
and for the relief of the people," proceed to
sell to the highest bidder for cash, at the
court-house door in the town of Columbia,
juaury county, xeunessee, on
MONDAY, JANUARY 3RD, 1875,
said tracts of land, parts of tracts of land,
town lots, or parts ol town lot, or so much
thereof as will be sufficient to satisfy said
taxes, costs, penalties, etc., in the name of
tnetstateoi xennessee tor tne sum annexed
to each, being the amount of taxes, costs and
charges due thereon severally, lor the year
loitt IWW It.
A tract of land belonging to R G Linn, sit-
uniru in uir niii'civi! niNiricr, ana DOunned
on rue norm oy tjeni riarian; south, bv Mc-
KennoD; east by A Bowen; west bv Ijlnn;
containinz78 acres, and valued a't JJ.370.
Taxes 819.44; interest $1.36; penalty $2.33;
Sheriff's fee 50 cts; printer's fee J1.50; clerk's
A tract of land beloneing to tht- Ed Martin
estate, situated In the 15th civil district, aud
bounded on the north bv W G and G W
Catev; south by the Lewis county line; east
uy w u ana ut vv cates; west oy Lewis coun
ts line; containing 80 acres, and valued at
$35 00 Tuxes 28 cis: interest 2 cts: fenaltv
8 cts; sheriff s fee oOcts; printer's 1 oO; clerk's
tee, i ou.
A tract of land belonging to Mrs Susan
Hardison, situated in the 3d civil district,
and iHHiuded on the north by Duck River;
south by Jones; east by Mrs. Whitehead;
west iy ii; jones; containing iio acres, una
valued at miO 00. Taxes Sri ;; Interest 4cts;
penalty 79 cis; sheriff fee 50; printer fee 81 50;
clerk fee 81 00.
A tract of land belonging to AW Collier,
siiuiiicu in uiei'in civil oistrict, at Hurri
cane Station; containing "A. acres, and val
uer! at f loo uo. j axes i m. interest a cts;
penalty 14 cts; sherilt fee 50 cts; printer fee
1 60: clerk fee 1 00.
A tract of land beloneine to E R Beaslev
heirs, situated in the 1st civi! district.
anu nouiKied on tne norrn by w m spnrK-
man: south by m Sparkman: east bv h, t
Church; west by Lucy C' urch; containing 50
acres, ana vaiueu at cioo ou. taxes nz cts;
interest o cts penalty 10 cts; snerin tee oo cts;
pi lu'cr iix- ffi ; eiei . i-e ei w.
A tract of land belonging to Green & Ma-
lone, situated in the 1st civil district, and
bounded on the north by Davis ht-irs;
south by JW Page; east by S Ashwortli;
west by tireennlil; containing IjO acres.
and valued at ?300 00. Taxes 52 46; interest
17 cts; pena ty 30 cts; sheriff fee50cts; printer
iee i oo; cierK iee ti oo.
A tract of land belonging to L B Johnson,
situated tu t he 1st civil district, ana bound
ed on the north by R J Prevett; south by
Miles Potts; east bv Miles Foils; west by
John Cheairs' heirs; containing 220 acres,
and valued at SoOO 00 Taxes 84 10; Interest
29 cts; penalty 4U cts; sheriff fee 50 cte; printer
iee 91 oo; cierK iee si w.
A tract ot lana beloneine to l nomas i'
Lethro, situated in the 1st civil district, and
hounded on the north by Miles Potts; south
bv James Truett: cast by John Fly; west by
Thompson Fleming: containing 4 acres, and
vaiuei at jvmo oo. taxes tr- ;; interest is cis;
enalty 33 cts; sheriff lee oo CIS printer iee,
1 50: clerk fee 81 00.
A tract of land belonging to Miss Tennle
McCord, situated in the 17th civil district,
and bounded on the north by II Sowell's
heirs: south bv J Holmes' heirs; east by W
PYoune: west bv B Brvant: containing 31
acres, and valued at 8405 00. Taxes 83 32; in
terest 23 cis; penalty 40 cts; sheriff fee 50 cis;
printer fee 81 50; clerk fee 81 00.
A tract of land belougine to Win Gal
loway, situated in the 17tli civil district,
and bounded on the north by l w wren,
so ut ll bv L B Foreey : east by C S Scott; west
r.v T Williams, containine i6 acres, and
valued 82,14. Taxes fnwo; inierst si z;
penalty 82 14; sheritl fee oO cts; printer iee
SI 50: clerk fee 81 00.
A tract of land belonging to in Ual-
lowav. situated io the 17lh civil district, aud
hounded on the north bv J D Gardner; south
by W R Reaves; east by Mrs R. Oakley; west
uy .Mrs uaoarci; containing mi acres, nnu
valued at 842500. Taxesf3 4-i; interest 24 cts;
penalty 42 cts; sheriff fee 50 cts; printer fee
il 50: clerk fee 81 OO.
A tract of land belonging to John A Grubb
situated in the 21st civil district, and bound
ed on the north by Mahon; oouth by Al-
derson; east by Mahon; west by Porter;
containing 81 acres, and valued ut $377 00.
Taxes 811 2i: interest vocis; penany ?i .;
sheriff fce50 cts; priuter fee 8150; clerk fee
Atraetof land beloneine to McKinnoy
Doolev. situated in the 21st civil district, and
hounded ou the north ly K Creek; south by
Scott; east by Porter; west by Osbourne;
'containing 7o acres, una vmueii at i,m.
Taxes $15 80; interest Sill, penalty 81 Wl;
sheriff ft e 50 cts: printer fee &150; clerk fee
A tract of land beloneine to R P Iedbetter.
situated in the 21st civil district, and
hounded on the north bv Davis and Scott;
south by.J Brown; east by Davis :-rd Black;
west bv Brown and Caldwell; containing
255 acres, ami valued at 87,sii. Taxes 5X2
interest 83 7!'; penalty 8!) 93; shei iff fee 50 cts;
m inter lee SI oO: clerk fee 81 00.
A tract of land belonging to M M Miller,
situated in the 21st civil district, and
bounded on the north by Black; south by
Duck River; east by Broker; west by Black;
containine 12'o acres, and valued at 8-119 oo.
Taxes 82 01: interest 18 cts; penalty 31 cts;
sherill fee oO cts; printer fee $1 50; clerk fee
A lot beloneine to Win McRady, col., sit
uated in Columbia, on South Main Street,
in t he Ik 1 Ward, and valued at 8MJ0 00. Tax
$05rj; interest 4n cts; penalty 49 cts; sheriff" fee
50 cis: nrinter fee 81 oil: clerk fee 51 00.
A town lot beloneing to the estate of W
K Kent, situated on South Main Street, m
the town of t 'olumbin, and hounded on the
north bv TJ Alexander: south by Mrs Tid-
well: east bv South Main Street; west by Mrs
White: valued at SljiiO. Tax 812 30: interest
sf cts; penalty 81 4s; sheriff fee 50 cts; printer
fee 81 oO; clerk fee 81 00.
A town lot beloneine to Mrs Thos O'Neil,
situated in the 3d Ward, ou High Street,
near the depot, in the towu of toluinola.
valued at : 1.250. Tax 810 25: interest 72ct
penalty 81 23: sheriff fee 50 cts: printer fee
SI oil: del k lee ?1 00.
A iowii lot beloneing to Levi Ketchuin,
situated on Garden Street, in the town of
Columbia, and valued at 8100 00. Tax 82 cts;
Interest 0 cts; penalty 14 cts; sheriff fee 50 cts;
printer fee SI ; clerk lee 51 00.
A lot beloneine to John Johnson, situated
on Garden Street", in the town of Columbia.
and valued at 8125 00. Tx 83 5S; interest
25 cts; penally 40 cts; sheriff fee 50 cts; printer
fee $1 50; clerk fee 81 00.
A tract of land belonging to Mrs Mary
I'atien. situated in the 9th civil district, be
ing n part of the Holland tract, valuer! at
8150 00. Tax 81 23; interest 9 cts; penalty
lo cts; sheriff fee 00 CU; printer reel oO; clerk
fee Si 00.
A lot lM'loncine to Mary Kinzer, col., situ
ated in Williamsport, 14th civil district, and
bounded on the north by Sargent; south by
T veer: east bv South Main Street: west by
sfocknnl: valued at 8200 00. Tax 81 fi4; Inter
est 11 cts; penalty 20 cts; sheriff fee 50 cts;
rinter fee 81 25: tlerk foe 81 00.
A lot belougine to T G T and JTS Green
field, situal! in Williamsport, 11th civil dis
trict, ana oounacu auci oouuueu uu i
north unknown: south by Gordon; east by
Cnriliiii: K-iHit liv .Main Street: valued at 850.
Tax 40 els; interest Sets; penalty 5 cts; sheriff
feeoS cts: or liter feeSl oO: clerk iee si oo.
A tract of land belonging to Mrs j ames
Brinn, stunted in the 14th civil district, nnil
iioiiiuieri on me norm ov uii iot-n souni o
Heece-Piivt bv Irvine: west bv Peeler, con
taining 118aeres,and valued at 82,000. Tax
810 89: interest 81 18: penalty 52 03; snerin lee
Kie nrinter fue 81 50: clerk lee 81 00.
A tract oi lanu ueioiigine iu me n
TTenrv t 'humbler, situated in the 9th civil
district, being a part of tbe Hollana trnci;
i-nni-iiniiiL' 4 acres, and valuer! nt Slouao.
Tax 51 23: Interest 9 cts; penalty 15 cts; sheriff
fee So cts: nriiiter Ice Si oo: cierK leesi w.
Two lots assessed to i, 11 rsies. ao-ui,
nntil in the 9th civil district, on JNorth
Main Street, north of the county Jan, in ine
tuvrn of Columbia, anil valued at
Tax 81 04: interest 11 cts; penalty 20 cts- sher
iff fee 50 cts; printer fee si on; ciitk iee ei mi.
A lot in tne town of Columbia, bel uging
to Thomas IC Gordon, situated near the de-
t: valued at 8250 00. Tax fZ oo; interest
i cts: penalty 25 cts; sheriff fee 50 cts; printer
feoKI :- clerk fee 81 00.
Tivn town lots in the town of Columbia,
belonging to Mrs Sarah B Heard, situated on
il,wl,. ari.l KmharioStrtH-ts: valuer! at 82,:iS0.
Tax 819 51; interest 81 37- penalty 82 34; sheriff
fee 50 cts; printer fee $1 oO; cl. rk fee 81 00.
A town lot in t oiuiiinia, ueiouems iu i mm
Hodge, col, sitnaterl on Free and Glade Sts.,
valuer! at 8510 00. Tax 84 80; interest 29 cts;
r..nnirvo7 i.is: sheriff fi-e jo cts: printer iee
SI oft: clerk fee 81 00.
A tract or lanu ueioiij to ne ivne.,
situaterl in the 9th civil district, 3d Ward of
Columbia: containine :fl acres, and valuer!
nt shoo mi. T.ix 4 H2: Interest 34 cts: penalty
i! et. sherff .iee oO cts; iinnier iee ri oo; cieiii
r -e oo.
A. A. 1.1 !- -n II.
Dec. 10, 1075. Tax-collector.
OUR NEW STOCK OF
We are offering very low
WARRANTED TO PERFORM WELL AND
Also, our entire stock of Jewelrv and
Sliver ware at astonisuiDs low prices.
octK-7om. j. m. James &son.
JNSOLVENT CLAIMS FOR SALE.
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery
court at Columbia, Tennessee, rendered at
October term, 1875, In the consolidated
causes of Z. D. Wilson, etc.. vs. R. L. Farris,
Administrator, et al., and Thos. H. Williams
i'8- V ".et al., I will on Monday,
he 6th day of December, 1875, offer for sale
for cash, at public outcry, to the hlehest and
best bidder, at the court-house door In Co-
luinuia. certain insolvent claims now in my
bands due the late firm of John M. Wilson
Nov. 26. 1875. D. B. COOPER, C. M.
g H E R I F PS A L E 8 .
jy virtue or an execution issued to me
irum rue circuit court or Maury County Ten
nessee, In favor of C. P. Johnson vs. Wm.
Maves and John T. Sparkman, security, I
will sell for cash to the highest bidder at the
court-house door, in the town of Columbia,
iu me jo. uay oi January, isio, a tract or par
cel of bind situated In the civil district of
aiaury touniy ifnn., and bounded on the
north by the lands of Thos. Kellv: runt, w
T. C. Gray; south by A. Blackburn; west by
O. A. Jarret containing 55 acres, more or
less, levied on and to be sold as the property
vi "j" emu ty in. inayes, w suiisiy saia exe
cution and cost.
W. O. ALEXANDER, 8h fT.
By W. O. Withkrspoon, D. Sh'fT.
By virtue of the vendition of exponas, di
rected to ine irom ine circuit court or Mau
ry County Tennessee, one in favor of John
Mathews vs. John H. Gillespie and others,
and one in favor of Foster Brothers vs. John
Gillespie and T. J. Rieves, security, also one
iHiicriuiHvoroiu.a -Maxwell vs. John rt.
Gillespie and J. H. Jamison, stayor, I will
sell for cash to the highest bidder nt the
court-house door, in the town of Columbia
on tne 3d day or January, 1876, all the right
title and interest, which is one sixth tha
John H. Gillespie has in the following tract
or parcel oi land, situated in the 5 civil dis
trict of Maury County Tenn.. and bounded
on the north by the lands of Mary H. Gilles-
Jue: east oy n. w. ltspatncK; south by W. U.
.Wilkes; west by W. L. O. Mathews said
iraci oi iana containing 134 acres, more or
less levied on and to be sold as the property
of the said John H. Gillespie, to satisfy said
order or sale and cost.
W. A. ALEXANDER, Rh'ff.
Dec 3. W. O. Withkksfoon, D. Bh'fl.
8. A. Leggett vs. H. T. Leggett. Petition
In this cause it appearing from complain
ant's bill, which is sworn to, that H T Leg
gett is a non-resident of the State of Tennes
see, so that the ordinarv process of law can
not be served upon him": ft is therefore or
dered by me that publication he made for
lour consecutive weens in the Herald and
Mail, a newspaper published in Columbia,
Maury county. Tennessee, reoalrlr.ir said
non-resident to be and appear before the
next Circuit court, at tbe Jan. term. 1876
and plead.auswer or demur tooomplslnant'i
bill, or the same will be take for confessed
as to him, and set for hearing ex parte.
Nov. 26. 1875. Clerk.
By virtue of two deeds execntI bv Mr. V.
Griffin and wife one on 15th February. 1871.
and tbe other May 29, 1871 and registered in
Register's office for Manrv county, Tennes
see, in Book U., Vol. 2, Pages 1 and 81, and
by virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court
at Columbia, rendered at its October term,
1875, In the case of Mary Curren and others,
vs. L. E. Polk and others. I will on Monday
the 10th day of January, 1876, between the
hours of 12 o'clock in., and 2 o'clock p. m.,
at the court-house door in Columbia, Ten
nessee, expose to public sale and sell to the
highest bidder, free from the rieht of re
demption, a tract or parcel of land of about
104 acres, particularly described in said deed
of 15th February, 1N71, and to which reference
is hereby made; situated ill district No. 11. in
said county of Maury. Said land will be
sold lor three hundred dollars cash, and bal
ance in two equal annual instalments, with
interest irom uay oi sale at six per cent, per
annum; notes with eood security reauired
ofthe purchaser, a lien retained on said
land for payment of the purchase money.
Dec. 10, 1875. Trustee-
By virtue of a decree of tbe Chan rrv
court at Columbia, Tennessee, rendere d at
its October term, 1875, iu the cause of H. W.
Sanders. Adm'r. &c vs. Nanev R. Sanders.
et al., I will sell at public outcry to th e high
est and best bidder, at the court-house door
in tne town or coiumhia, on Saturd sv, the
15th day of January-, 1875, the following de
scrilied tract or parcel of land, to-wlt: Lvinir
and being in Maury county, Tennes see, and
bounded on t lie north by the lands of D.J.
Kstes and one Smith; west bv a nla ce form
erly owned by one Mrs. Moore: sou th bv the
landsof Mrs. Kinzer; east by a public road
runnine north and south from Duck River
to the Williamsport road, containing be
tween sixty-two and sixty-three acres; be
longing to the estate of the late Overton
Sanders, dee'd. Said laud will be sold on a
credit of one and two years, except the sum
of one hundred nut! fifty dollars In cash.
Mites with twogrxsl securities, benrine in
terest from date, will be required of the pur
chaser or purchasers, and a lien retained to
and eaultv of
redemption, which incut offand extinguish
ed. D. B. COOPER.
Dec. 10, 187o. Clerk and Master.
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES.
AU or tne beet Italian Marble.
Alno, I have the latent styles of Deeieros.
ti All work a cheap a can be dona elae
where. Manufactory ou West Main street,
near tue institute. mtmrl
South Main Street,
Board, w Ter Daj.
Carriages, brisirl or aid die botsm farntahed ok
iliiraiion io toe proprietor,
JAUES U GUE8I
Crtlombla. Jan. I 18TS.
W. 0. Sneppard,
urnri rirmuiK's new block. Harriot! riwi
or-iriy opprjuite tne JTeabj-tertan church.
rep connaDtlT on band a fall atock of tooth
la-jirra, mu iniion Mr the mouth and soma
'i m'uiuaiopaHl DTtDfl Ulllld HUtM dmu'
lunon. PmII nd m
J. H. JAMES & SON
-YOU CAN BUY-
From TWO TO SIXTY DOLHItS
each, written guarantee to run
will and give saiisfac
ti o ii for
Our Clocks are made at the best Factories
and of the beat material. All pontons
to examine our stock for
J. H.JAMES 4 HON.
First Natonial Bank
CAPITAL - ' " $100,000,
, W. Keesee, J. B. Childress, T. B. Rains
J. M. Towler. L. Frlerson, J. H.
Thomas John Frlerson
Receives deposits, deals In foreign and
domextic exchange, gold, silver and gov
ernment aecari ties.
Collections made and remitted for on dav
ui tujiucui Hk current rates oi exenange.
RAvnnmtAmna fr.v .ale
J. M. IOWLER,
J. B. CHILDREHS,
Lubcius Fkieksos, ashler.
J. J. WILSON,
Fam 3-ly Supplies,
Has a stock of the freshest goods is the market, which lie is offering
at astonishing low PRICES. All those who desire to purchase goods in
the above line, should call and examine my Stock and Prices.
Nov. 19-75-2m. J. J. WILSON.
Ihe Mest Wonder of Die Age.
SIX FOE S7.50. BOY'S SIZE, SIX FOR $6.00.
Only On Quality! The Very Best !
NOTHING BUT THE BEST
IRISH LINEN USED!
Can be finished bj anj one competent to sen a straight seam, as it is only nec
essary to put in the sleeves and sew up
furnished. We furnish six of the same
SMITH & METCALFE,
WATSON & BUIINAW
We have taken charts
of .Lamb A Boyd's
Dartmant. at their
Smith and Carriage Department
Factory, and are prepared to do all kinds ot
rICKS dressed and tempered to five satis
faction. HPKINUS welded and warranted to
stand. PaintinK and Trimming done. New
Work P"t op on the shortest notice.
OOtl5-75-Sm. W AIOOJ SUtaHAW.
REWADI E8 C APEDI
Escaped from the County Work House
Unrig one John Brown, col. He la 13 or 14
yenrs oia, ana lias oeen Rumy or wearing
women's domes to niKsuiae nimaeir. i
will pay the above reward for his delivery
to tbe county Jail. He goes by different
names He goes by ibe names of John
Brown, Julius Hurt. etc.
fOV. 10, lS77:-tf. T. J. KEEVEH.
J- P. STREET.
J. P. STREET & CO.,
Guns, Pistols and Ammunition,
Table and Pocket Cutler""
All Kind Mechanic Toos,
Bridles, Harness and Leather,
Avery's Steel Plows,
Oliver's Chilled Iron Plows
We have fn connection with our store & Harness Shop, aii'J anything in
the leather line caa have made or repaired promptly by a Urnt-fliiRH work
man. Give us a call and we will garantee satisfaction. $3?- E nt Sil Pub
ic Square, Columbia, Tennessee. oets 7"i.3m
And Dealer in all kinds of
t:rr;.;:, mm cases ui caszets,
TT! 1 T . . .1 A 1 . .. I V. .
n 111 miruu r.r nil VMiir., tinjr vi uiiiik,
with flrxt-clofM HearvfN. (ton tie norens mud
careful drivers. " Kneels! attention kIt-
en to the re-interment of bod I en, and will sn-
Derlntentl. tsiit istact ion euaranleea.
l nave recently niui mane a nananome ana
convenient furniture wagon, and am pre
Dared at all tiinew to move furniture, planort.
etc., witiiont injury, umce at iJtm r noya s.
j ov. arj, isii.-ti. a. ma a.ii.
Bv virtue of tho powers contained In a
deed executed to me on the 4tn of March,
1X74. nod recorded in Record U., vol. a, parre
6T)3, of Mnnry -ountT, t will sell at politic
sale, to the hiKheNt bidder, at Hprlnir Hill,
on the lKtli day of December, 175, 60 aerea
of valuable land, lylDH io the SStb dlHtrlct of
Maury county, lennetwee, Douoarxi aa 101
Iowh: Ou the north by tbe lands of Wm. J.
Jones; on the eaat by Campbell Brown; on
the Houth by Marcun KUnotj: on the went by
the lands of J. W. Oary. Thirty aores are
cleared, '0 In woodland no Improvements.
Uimi level ana ricn.
TERMS 1 wlllael) aald land on a creditor
twelve luonthl. Note with interest and ap
proved aeeurity, and lien retained on land.
One hundred dollar in eiih will be rerinlred
on day of Hale. Hale iionlttve without the
equity of redemption.
Nov. 20-td. Mortjragoe, Etc.
JOHN A. ENGLE,
And all kinds of COUNTRY PROVVVK,
Which will be sold cheap for Caah or Barter
Corner Month Main (street ann r.nies Ave
nue. Columbia. Tenn. mr Hlcheat market
price paid for corn and all kinds of Country
J. P. HERNDON,
Booth Side Public Sqare,
bla, ... Teieaseel
Prompt attention paid to Dentistry In al
ltabiancbes, ana satlslaouon guaranteed
Offl ce in Seavy Uallery. )uneW-76-ly.
II E R I F F
Bv virtue of a execution Ironed
to me from the Honorable Circuit court of
Maury county. TenneHaee, in favor of C. K.
Wiley vs. RtiHh Thomrwon. I will s'll for
cah to the higheMt bidder, at the court
houtredoor In the town of Columbia, on
Monday, the 27th day of December. a
tract or parcel of land altuated in the 2.1 civil
diHtrlct of Manrv county. TenneMee, and
iKunaei as ioiiowh: ;onn ny me muun oi
K. A. Thompson; east by wild V. A. Thomp
son; south bv the laralH owneri oy toe neirs
of John McRlHMack, dee'd.; west by James
Alexander containing M acres, morn or
lewi. levied on and to Mold as the proper
ty r.f tho aald Kosh Thompson to HaUiifv
said order of sale and cost.
W. A. Air.AA.ur,ri. nnenn.
R v W. O. WITHER8POON. D. Hherlff.
NOV. 2o, 1875.
WAMSOTTA MUSLIN AN
the side seams. Sleeves and ever) thin
shirts complete for $ 10.
J. li. ASIITON.
J. 1. .Mi UAW.
Thr Columbia Hills
A?hton & McGaw, Prop'rs.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
IS ran and
Order Hollr-iterl nnl filled Willi disputed
CtiHton OrliiUInK done to onler, or will ex
change flour for wheat when desired, giv
ing full return for the Kittne. ur 'nsli paid
for wheat anu corn. dee (-,.-;'.rii.
lacks Ji'im ts
I hare Krga itoo k of -lacks and JennMs
or jaln, from good Common Stork m to
Thorongh-breds. I can suit anybody in co'or,
site, blood or prico. Address inealanta Ke,
Maury ennnty, Tennessee.
May 7-7&-ly. WM. VOI'MlliK.
E. R. RARKLEY
WM. J. ANDREWS. E. R. HA UK LEY
J. P. STREET.
Saeeawtora U ADdrWR, Miira k rn.,
('lambla, t t Tenueanee,
Hardware, Guns, Kesprrs,
Iron, Pistols, 'I lnehhers
Plows, Wagons, Lealber,
And agents for all kinds ot
Agricultural Implements !
And agents for the follow I rm lu-ilnble
RTATK, ... Nuslivlllo.
COMMERCIAL, ... NuMiville.
PLANTERS. - - AlemplilH.
KAHMEKS ANDDROVKRHMioulHvllle, Ky
DB-VV m. i .. . i .. it..
a - - x II I imii'l I ' II lit, I 11.
CITIZEN, . - - - Ne win k, N.J.
Will write risk at liberal rule. Thrmn
desiring innurance will II ml it l,; i.l,,il to
their interest (o slve us a call nov lll-7")-l y
T. W. TURPI N
AT COM r
To enable uh to keep our limulx t iiiilivcl
riurinK the winter. Wi' KMltlve!v nlli f at
tbe actual coal of innuuiaetiiri-, for u Kliort
time, our elegant BHortiiieut of
Skeleton Wagons, Etc.
Nov. 26, l75.-tf. Kl'IIN t TURPI N.
: DEALER IN:
Medicines and Chemicals,
Fancy and Toilet Article?,
SPONGES, BRUSHES, PERKU.MERY,
WINES AND LIQUORS
FOR MEDICAL USE.
FULLY COMI'OU NDED.
Koath Nhle Pahlle Sunsre. Columbia, Ti iinc-x-c.
TWO FINE FARMS
I Will sell
very cheap rates, my two
eClaln farm, l.S miles east of
Duck River Sift A.j my home
weat of Columbia, on liainp
acres, handaomely improver!.
Al. VV. EM Hit Y.
lace, 4 ml
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