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HERALD AND MAIL.
Frttlay .llornlntr, Frb, 25, I7tt.
The National Democratic Nominating
Convention will be held at St. Louis on
the 27th of June.
The Si-iUo Grange, recently in session
at Jackson, has appointed Nashville for
its regular biennial meetings. Resolu
tions worv passed lavoring the repeal of
tlio ten percent, law; one advising Pa
trons to plant less cotton and diversify
their croin, and one lostering the inter
est f the wool growers, and protesting
Pjinst the repeal of the drg law. To
all ol which we say. Anion !
Last wck wo noticed that a move
incut was on foot auioug the Grangers
to do awy wiih Chancery Courts. All
courts uro expensive, and ought to be
abolished, if we could got along with
out them: but until men become perfect
mid infallible, courts will be necessary.
If'Chauwry Courts are abolished, it will
only result in cloggiDg the other courts
with business, and thus render justice
more tardy aud less certain. Let our
Granger lriends carry out and enforce
thoir wise doctrine of settling disputes
by arbitration, and keep the people out
of Liv. , they will then strike at the
root ol the matter until this is is done,
t'luu:cory Courts are essential to the
ends of justice. Since writing the
ubove, wo learn that this matter waa
voted out of order in the State Grange,
bi causo it was calculated to lead Into
tho lU.tuain of politics.
Hon. V. D. Kelly, an Independent
.U( publican ol 1't nnsy lvania, made a
speech in C'.-ircfes last Saturday on na
tional liiiam.-L-s, hihI attacked Illaine's
hard money speech, and was almost as
sin ce .-.slat in overwhelming hiui as Ben
Hill was in controverting hia Ander
soiiviilo speech. Mr. Kelly spoke a
great truth when he said that resump
tioii should not lake place until the
bulk of tlm national debt ia paid, and
our b nuls arc held at home. Mr. Kelly
1 n rofoi riii." to the crisi of 1S71 the gen
tlom til attributed it to the undue ex
pansion ot credit, lu this ho was right;
b:U. induing Iroiii tho "eneral spirit of
his remarks, 1 am inclined to thiuk that
lit litis pari ieiilar.be builiieu better than
lioknew. It was the undue expansion
ol credit coi.Heejueut upon a contraction
ol the luwjul money ot the country that
gavit ri.oin lor tlio inllaiion ol private
cr.i-Mt, utl brought on the crisis of 173
Mr. Sjimkcr, no-hint: is tautght with
more constant reiteration by the exper
ience ot i:, ml:! an it ami tlie Uuiieu States
than th.it, a protracted contraction of the
money 't n couutry is the sure precursor
of a wild inllition of private credit. The
most recont illustration ot tins law, as
mil 'xil'lo as tnat ot gravitation, is fur
nished by the course of events in this
ounlry bctwoeii 'i5 and lH7o. In the
lOrmeryear wo had about two thousand
aiilliousof mocey. It was inconvertible.
Jt was not ullin the 1 inn of currency.
Ve lti.u, rs 1 have shown, nut a little
more than tour hundred and fifty-three
millions oi demand aud legal-tender
notes, but us- :ppi-arsby the Treasurer's
report of W I. wo had ompound-iuter-csti
oles, one year notes, two year's"
not'.?, two year's coupon notes, all ol
which were ina.io legal-tender by the
nets authorizing their issue; and we had
other obligations which the banks were
allowed t j hold as reserve, and which,
t herefore, enable I hem to keep the entire
l;od v ol evt ry for in circulating medium
in operation."' Private credit was then so
contracted tint comnnrci il p ipr failed
to at ford eiuplovmont to the funds of the
banks, one-half of their available
resource waa invested in various
form of (JoveriiEMont loans, aud
they belli one-tout h of our
national debt, keeping tho interest there
cn payat ic :t home nd to our own peo
jle. The (arms, lactones, workshops,
Dd 1k u.cs ct the country were theD
freer lrom luorlauo arid judgement debt
than they had ever been. Suits at law
upon direct contract to pay money ,sucn
s on promissory notes, drafts, and
checks, wc.d of rare occurrence. By
f urnishing the people wilh an available
nirdiuui c xehange, t he Government
Lfd stinuilaied prod action, cash pay
ment t.a 1 U-.kcii tho place ot credit, and
1 ho business of tho country was on a
foiin 1 l:sis. But as the Government
withdrew I ho legal-tender money before
lavor.'.'il balaucd of trade or any
tttciu-v cl t ho lov-riiiueut could eubsti
tuto in"t-i!!:c or other money therelor,
asii p-.i tiiM.iri becamo impracticable,
lhoueoi pi-ivato credit increased, and
a crisis I t ( '.mo inevitable; tho only
question bcii!;:, wh'.n will itcccui?
result tt aa l2t2zzij Iaterestlns Trial,
1'uam.i.in, 1 i:nn., KeL. ls7ii. The
Craw lor.l i :po c iso has elicited more
interest th -n :.ny hf-ro lor a long while.
iSuniM t v. t :nt vliCo or thirty witnesses
ao 1 ( en i x 'loii ed, mid nil Franklin
i i. . . i ... . f!i i 1 lie e x ainiiiat ion. A
Ml it 71 I'l-r-ii . 1 1 i ..vw.
bnclieviw may bo of interest to the
L-eneral e,.,!er, i:- it certainly i.-i to Mau-
IV ll:d i.!i.:ii M..i. counties.
i 1 1 1 1 1 1- i i: v or i r.
i.i . i :. I. . i ... , 1 Craw ford. 11 vl!C
in'spi in"' Hi!'. m:nle a trip to the head
t I .-'ow Vieek to : ettl Up fcomo old ac-
i .. !.,,- ui.rloi iii that, neiuh'
borli'oV'.!. i i'rt lelurn, he passrd a
school house. itsl i ciore inf pcuooi oo
:i " .,..,,,.! Iii that remote
uimiiism ii. - n'i.'i.f-v. ...
md r;piiu.( Iv ctt led neghborhoo l.would
i i hi nislic.l a witness.
Ati.-i rn:-fii:t: iiio sehool-noiise, he or
homo t i'.o c:mi rn.irg mid n.uurvu""
lt,rr st..; d, at il ns two children pass
ed tbioii 'li a woe.! ho i'me upon them
Hl.d atli'.i i ( d II e liKle fir), Eui Mc
Kee, Fnd the liitle la-y.eged .years, ran
if. Tiie Ii. I le f How, though so young,
ravp a clear ; i:d succinct account of the
uid As i-.ioii i;s it was noised abroad
that a r p ) 1) '1 b:on comniitted, tho
l. clobbers ri'setjiMod and tracked the
vt kiu v.n ii'Mi i.) Ashwcrth'u. where
tho is 1 1 iiv l.i.d sun, ami r copimcd
him. 'J he v t:i' went diieclly to hi
li-n-.se in s' rii t; Hill. .nd arrested him.
They mado ti e aricsi a very short tin e
after his an i! i ' inc. 'I his man Craw
fold w;s idi n il;, d by all tho witnesses,
o. .i i. w f i i 1 1 1 ,i io wi.s known from
1 o' 1 c 1; tint 1 loi k, mid such n net of
circcniftani i '1 e iderc wm never wo-
en moie i loscly rci:nd ai'y one.
C t. I'l sseil I'ni.l AthaThoni-.is. Fq.,
rpi'.iTfd i r ti e Mate, while Judges
VVhH;:c i 1 (' k and Mr. l'ogers, of
C I ii in hia, were tor the defense.
Tl-o tilal wa eoii- ludeil this morning
l.vilo jury 1 r.niMug in a verdict for
iii pi i.-- 1'iiiei-t iorlii'e in the penitentia
it. I hi'ti n.y eyes on the prisoner,
Cl en iIhi. tdi.'t was read, and he never
nun i d a ii:u-eie, but nc could seo lrom
1 he coiuriici K ii ol los niout h he was us
ing a o.Mi ii.l o'lort. of self-control.
The pi i-ot -. Tfioii cis K. Crawford, has
Lithcrto !oiiih a most excellent tharac
ler. 't ii 1 1..- ! si nir n around Spring
Hill 'H:ne ! v. n to testily on his behalf.
Hut t fo -'inoiiy whs absolutely in
Biirmountablo. "C:;i lie: fcr Cur I'ozt General Assem-
t:y i crstr vs. awyer,
T"Of J.il, ' ill lh- llrroUl ami MnU:
'I'll' mo-.! imporlitMl (lU.'slioii lo .-oiiie lie
I lie ii.M f i.i'.nl A.'inlly N Ih.'cri'iit
j.iiiiiic .!. Ir, il Hi.' si; rile, ll in erriiles i icry
o: h. i viil.jt , i. Ii lin lr i n si i i ie.l ly the net
of 1. !" wlii.-li nearly nil ol' t In holt.teil
il.-I.I ol I hi' si iii. - ti.i In e n fu in l.il into a new
MT.es 'l ! tm . ami in li icli I lie Mtate lists
I'hiluetl 1 1 1 i- i;.i:u lout lienor that these
li ihIs, i'.hl ;io-a .:ii ual intere-t on them,
Stlill !'' I'.o.i. "1 In I. il in. 'l of Teullessoe,
v. In i h.-.M' a .,1 ia i .-i i ni it ,t in 1 lie J my men I
ol t li.'in. I iian ;n; a.-!-., 111 not now slop
I eini n 1 1 how mm 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 n treat il. lit lias
li.'. n lurnl" loa'.l in liHiiilinuvieat lailro.iils,
v hii li i'.-ii i e.ui'v treiuius lor I he North
rti i ii l.orii: r i ti'-;iiii r I iuiii lor ntiriiu n
't! i:.'ii: - ii-'i" i ol he oriii' into r.'.iiisii inn
hi- ai il Inn. ' .' lo i il.iiliil" In 'iv n i in li il it
Ma- ( Ol I'l-i ii I'.n' r-loi k liookfls of the
M oi lit In sin ii iiiamjer. that il lia. U i-n nu
ll i nil. r..pi:.inl. re.t. It ii MKlieUiit lor
1 1 1 1 1 1 lo know Dial ti:eil'l t ii liis, ami he
jnl' U.ls ! 1 ;v il.
Hi' I n iii - ii. .1 il loaki iioiill'ereu-evith
loin, i' li' lo' i li- loi a lawyer or liirmer lor
Jus ia w-in :i!vi i . r-o I.itur. J aytim this xr.-al
del it e.'ii'iio I. I"i ni'ori his troMity,
I I lore 1 1 tan on m ii a l:i r, I .ie la xes will In ns-tsex-eil,
ami 'oi;. ii I in lam. r pin t will he a n I
.ni ot i Iia i i . i i il - oT hi . i n.tiiM ry nnil ilany
Ii 1 H 1 I Hi' ehoi ;u lo -el."t II li llo W-MI It. T
cl . il I: I - mi u i -I.! to 1 1'l'te-.'lll 1 1 is ill teres!
:i m I i. ti i- lo ti-ii-: Ins caution hiui prii
ileuee "iii.i-K. lie' vail ami lmaiis lo
ti 1. 1 lie tin' i n; i in i. cj.oii It :m as lifjht as can
he, inn ! .a i . ass . il !. ii l a e any ririlit te
4-tnii 'la. : i ' : o. li I'lation to nay pnlilii
s. l i' I' ' i ' !' : a I 1 s-:ati-. tin- jiiltnrl knuwi
its wi 1 a- a!'.'- i.i -i 1 i-ia-- ol' ini-tl lioiv llllleh
i lit will I"' 1 1 ' t :i .1 l"i' t In' i-tihi ie fjemi. nn.l
lo-w i.i ii ' (i i :: 1. 1 " . i I i- oaiil !.T it. i r ri-Ion i is
nelii'si. ni.n have a iiuli ki't
:;i o : In; ini riis c f such
n I ni' 1 I' on r. All t lie win lil
ai.il i' ia 'Cs no :.ri'iiineiit iii
: . ." oh l:irii H isiiinni'erol
; i: i .1 ill : in the liu ' ilin
n; M It:'1 ll'i'ilil' III I III' .lii'
t in .in rt I now as ot In i im n
4ir sln.i j i
.i.ni or, - : !
pro . 1 li i' i.
,1 tnlr-i.ii i i
I l.ill !.' Irra 1 :
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what heonuht to do. In down right insolence,
and clisnnstiuu to all sensible people. Socie
ty Is diviiieil into various decrees of rank
aud condition, from whom good men may
lie chosen for It'presen tati ves. Ol t he suik--riw
uliiuiuiii ftiiiinnc whom are men ol euucsi-
tellhrenee and worth, are
the banker, merchant, mechanic, farmer,
finvsician, ana j.ei. uc uuuiniii
s not included, because they don't enter
Into that kind of business. Men from any
of these can he had who can well, and
ably, represent the interests of the people,
wit hout disparagement of any other class.
Now for a dive after the lawyers, and let us
see if we can't orini? them uo to dry off some
of their superlative conceit. Gentlemen,
amonK you there are some good men for Rep
resentatives in any Legislative body, not
liecause they have chosen and studied law,
hut because they have the brain, and in
domitable pluck and energy, which makes
men of success in any vocation. To choose
such men is conservative of the public wel
fare, hnt not more so than to choose men
from other classes, possessing the same ele
ments of character. The people in the
country know pretty well what motives
you had In going into the law, and have an
ugly habit of helievliig that many of you
raised your sights too high, or rather that
you ought to have been in t lie rural districts
trylug to;ieam how to add to the material
prosperity and common wealth of the State
hv brawn aud muscle, and at the same time
give your brain as much exercise as would
be good for your health. Titles are con
temptible : they are lantastic trappings
which a wiie man would not covet per se.
For manv years before the war, aud most
ly since that time the members of our vien
eVal Assemblies have ben mostly lawyers
mixed in witli a class of nondescript florid
gentry, and now when the people have got
ten into the habit of believing that these
classes have not been to them a desirable
success, there is raised the hue and cry that
the fanner legislator is a dull fellow, non
competent, aud don't know what he is
about, as w ell as a gentleman who has nev
er handled anytbinfrrougherthan very ten
derly turning the pages of Blackstone.
They iimv be perfectly conscientious in
their opinion, but it is founded in bigot ry
and ignorance. The Turk will go to the
death upon it that Mohammed was a true
prophet; we, by our superior intelligence
and reading know that Mohammed was a
vile im poster. Will the farmer submit to
the humility of being the slave of bigotry?
Can he preserve his self-respect by comiog
to the support of men who are in the habit
of making a display of their opinions to his
disparagement? The average lawyer is as
poor a linancier as the average of any other
class of men engaged in any industrial pur
suit, and perhaps ho is more dangerous if
lie can make the forum ring with his elo-
nuencc in support of measures that may te
dark and devious in their way. In times
past in our history, we have had ijuite
eiiouuh of that.
It has been graciously hiutcd that there
will probably be a radical, or at least a great
change marie in our judiciary system by the
next general assembly. That would de
pend uisin the class of lawyers sent there.
If t hat issly should consist of first class law-
jiin. III! 1 lllllll iri'i wniiiiij ".in I'-'
tile, hut if they should consist of a lower or
der of this class, t bey might make changes
that would blow the whole machine lo
It is asserted that a general assembly
comiioscd of farmers pass too many uncon
stitutional laws. The lawyers can't agree
among themselves what laws are constitu
tional. Tlie jury law of the session of 17.5,
t hat was declared unconstitutional by our
Supreme Court, was dratted verbatim et lit
eratim hv one of 'the acknowledged ablest
jurists in this State, and submitted to a citi
zens' cointniuee, also oi anie jurists, ior pre
s-ntation to tin; general assembly us
measure of relief to the tax payers of the
State: That one tax payer should not liere
iiuired to pay for the lawsuit of another.
Another act, giving to Madison County a
lommonljiw Court, was declared partly
unconstitutional by Judge Uulld, was sup
ported and manipulated by lawyers of abili
ties greaily abov the avwrige of any bar in
This communication is not written in
malice nor spite, hut in defence of a much
abused class of ourlellow citizens by a large
portion of citizens of another class, who
inive ambitious feelings to serve, not so
lunch in the hearty interests of the people,
as to advance I heniselves into public noto
riety; nor is this written liy one who de
sires or expects to represent the people in
any public capacity. At the proper time it
is expected that gentlemen will be called
upon to submit to the personal sacrifice to
represent I his people, who are fariners of
known intelligence and business qualifica
tions, and whether they shall succeed In be
ing nominated or not will depend upon the
will ot the people, who will choose for
themselves whom they will have to serve
them. Ift'ie people go among the legal
profession for their representatives, no far
mer ought to object to that choice. Certain-
Iv. no class of men can more easily divest
themselves of factious or personal consider
ations than I tie tanner.
Xenrlv all of tlie hills presented to our
gencral'asseinbnes are elaborately conslder
nl and brought to maturity in the commit
tee rooms, 1.111! if lite measures presented
have merits sullieieiit to enact thein into
, aw, they pass perhaps with some amend
ment or nroviso. expressive of the precise
intention or meaning of the .act and Its lim
itations. The high sounding and emit
speeches that are made are rarely consider
ed great or wurili tne lime iney consume in
their deli very, except by I hose persons who
are not thereto near mem.
I instance lends enchantment to the view.'
Ill limes of great emergency men talk but
little tlie.v act Farmer.
"The Jackson Sun grows enthusiastic
over the record that lion. Yt. C. Wbit-
therne is ni'ikiuj; in (;ongros3 as Chairs
mnn nf tlm fummiltpfi on Navil Alfairs.
and nominates him for our next Governor.
Hut then what becmcs ot Oovernr foterf
Ouht not his term to be endorsed by a
-clction? We believe that 's the proper
thing to do. How would Whitthorne do
for Secretary of the navy under a Demo
cratic President"' or as a Senator? You
know there are two of those high olhces to
. . i- -ll J
(ill next winter. lvnoxviue vress ana
WILI.I t.'RKI'llK r ITEM.
Jlov. C Foster AVilliams pie'ched a
unlendi.: Kormoii at the village Presby
terian. Church, Sunday, to a good con
gregation, lie has no erjuai, scarcely
aa to a logical ana loarneu sermon, no
never f iild to pleiseau audieneo. lie
will hold, a. tho same church, a sacra.-,
mental meotine;. coinmenoiuK Saturday
morning, lourtn oay oi inarcu. un
evt rybody attend, if they love good 80r.
mons, Th'-t most excellent preacher,
Kev. ' Holier t U. Linn, held forth at the
Ijidie Church last Sunday evening at
H o'clock. JC'-erybody likes to hoar Mr.
I.iim. 11 says" he Vill commence a
Sunday School at said church as soon
spring opens with its delightful weath
er witUi i"i altogether essential in every
community that Joves morality and vir
tue. The Greeutield Itend Church is fram
ed, covered, and will in a few days be
wcatherboar.ied, and can be preached
in by the last of March, If those who
aro behind wiih their subscription, will
iipaniril lilrn toHn. nnd nav tin. as
inline in w ....v . , -4 i '
the workmen cannot go ahead without
A lour mule team ran away, on the
t.reenplains Farm, Friday last. Dri
ver, falling oil", bruised hiinselt slight
ly, otherwise no damage.
it t 'iinif.r l'.sn.. of Columbia.
would bo a good uian to represent us
no man better posi.eu ap iu oir cuuuiy
;id -st&te otNirs let ns haye hipa as a
car did ate.
l.'i.to. fhrirlea il Church, mormon.
told us last. wek they had established a
branch ci their cnurcn in merman
Cuonty, fctyled l)i:ck Kiver. iSo look
out for plural marriages,
Matrimony looking up in the J7th
district. Two inarri8ge last week.
I5oth white. Let thorn bo iu peace.
Mr. Jscob Smith, of Call tornia. is viss
iiing his relative, Mr. Samuel Ilassell,
of the Oreenneld Jieud. He brought
with him several pieces of go'd of that
state, which is something ew ia the
jlli't es t bo people of the village and
vicinity were dispersing from the
church, on lat Sunday night, some
graceless drunken wretch stationed
himself upon the blutf, just north of
the v bli;o, and proceeded to load the
holy stillness ot the night with volume
after volu'no ct oaths and blasphemirg.
So still was the evening air that bis of
fensive language came with uiftfustiu
distinctness to the cars of the villagers.
In our opinion, no punishment is too
severe for euch disgraceful conduct'
Wnr McFall tells is that he ebot and
killed. lRstwee'i, one ol the largest rod
foxes he bM ever seen. Some of hia
:..i.v.n. iMini- triloba bail been den-
rented upon, and it was laid to the ca
111 JUUl'l a ' v .... .
nines of the V1C1DH, uui mi. iicr.
justly charges the offences to sly Hey-nard-
l'uttinjr James Fleming, with
bis prck of hound-i, fter his loxship,
he stationed himself at the Ivy Elii!",
whore he knew the fox had hole. Af
ter a somewhat lengthy chaso, the fox
not in for lira nen. out u'b wiirrr a
ended as abo.'e stated.
10 lambs from about
mild weather has been
Mr. McF. has
i ewos. The
l il A ret. Williums isl visititipr tinr
daughter, Mm. F.lia lliuks, wileoi that
pnnco Of genial geiiueum:i, njn. ltui
Banks, ol Thompson Station.
Whiitield Kittrcll, a little son ofThoo.
i."ittrtl wh thrown lroui a mule one
day lfet week, which Iractured his left
A couple ol Lea is Co. men visited
this icinity lai.t week, aud supplied
the people with a no. 1 art'clo of the
greRt staple ol I lie oki -Mortn ciaie, ana
wh!cb is piOHK-iiccdJ.y some, Taie
The licensing of Clarence Hensley to
preach, ws uuacimottely recommend
d by ihe Methodist congregation at
th's "place, last Sunday. Young Hens
ley has ati umisiially sprightly mind,
aud wo wish nnd predict for hiui, a
bright ar .l nsciul career in tho ho)y ob
lice io w hich bo aspires.
9 were glad to notice the handsorri9
mi 1 . v tori n ill Dr. .1 . T Ss i. ut. tlmvik
lage church, last Sunday.
-c-V it cret to learn that a sen of
Col. Allen Folk died last week in Ar-
kansss. Colonel Folk is a son ot Mrs.
Dr. Folk, a venerabia and highly es
teemed lady c t Columbia,
A handsome Cariet at SO cents a yard.
Ksb. 25-im. BEjisou, BliOWN & Co.
A choice lot of second hand tuggy, wagon
and carriage harness; also second hand bug
gies for sale cheap at
Mayes, Dodsox & Chai-feil's
' Delhi Boots.
Another lot of those fine Handmade Del
hi Boots and shoes on hand. We make a
speciality of this line of goods and buy the
best -Warranted, Ttler 4 Williams.
Feb. 4-tf. N. vV. Cor. Public Square
Two PI v Carpet at 40 cents a yard.
Feb. 25-iin. Beuson, Brown & Co.
Patronize Home Manufacture.
We mannfacture goods as cheap as can he
bought in any of the cities, quality of goods
and style of workmanship considered. We
guamii tee perfei-t fits as well as quality of
goods. Five per cent, discount for cash.
Tyler & Williams,
Feb. 4-7(i-tf. N. E. Cor. Public Square.
Three Ply and Brussels Carpet down to
hard time prices at
Feb. 25-in- Benson, Bkowjc Co.
The Nicholson Mill, on Little Bigby Creek.
For terms apply to
Jan. 21-tf Mits. MABY N. Martin.
Bargains in Wall Paper, Window Shades,
and Lace Curtains.
Feb. 2ot)i-tiin. Benson, BitowN & Co.
NoCurk! NoPav! I am preparing a ra ji
edy for the Gravel, aud guarantee it to care.
no matter of how long standi ug. Call o.i or
address me at. Hurricane Station. Mauiy
Oct. 1, lS75.-tf. W. B. Napps.
We are authorized to announce W. A. Air
EXAN DLlt as a candidate for re-election to
the omee ol sheriff of Jluury County.
Wn lll-ii linlm-iviul irt. ..imnimn. A A T ID
StAi.M U at a candidate for Sheriff of Maury
FOR VOUXTY TRUSTEE. "
We are authorized to annou nee MR. JAS
ANDKL'S, of Ml. Pleasant, asa candidate
or Lou n ty I rusleV.
We are authorized to announce Capt. W.
SCOTT JENNINGS as a candidate for
We are authorizee to announce W. T. ED
WAKDSas a candidate for County Trustee
at the cusulug election.
Weare authorized to announce J. CI.AYT,
Mi H KE as a candidate for Cuuuty Trustee
at the ensuing election.
Weare authorized to announce SAMUKI.
M. NLKLIjKi as a candidate lor County
1 rusiee, at the ensuing election.
We arc aulhorizitl to anuouiico LEVI
K1NU as acaudidate for County Trustee, at
ine ensuing election.
II li R 1 F P SALES.
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to
mo, directed from the Hon. Chancery
Court at Columbia, Tennessee, in favor
oi JJ. li. uooper, C. tK M. or said court,
vs. Molton Fatten and others, I will
e.ll for cash to the highest bidder at
the court-house door, iu the town of Co
lumbia; on Saturday, the 25th day of
Marcu, ls.o, an tne right to th.j claim
and interest that the delt Moltin Pat
ten has iu and to the following drscri
bed lot or parcel of land, situated in the
State ot Tennessee, Maury County, 9th
civil district, and in the town of Colnm
h on Garden Street, aud known in
tho place of said town as no on
Garden Street; and fronting on said
street 90 feet, and levied upon as the
propeity of said Moitin Fatten to satisfy
execution and costs, sale ia lawfnl
hours. Printers fee M.
W. A. ALjSAaNDER, Sheriff.
By virtue oi two wtits of Fieri Facias
to mo directed from the Hon. Chancery
Court at Columbia, Tennessee, in the
cause of D. B. Cooper, C. A M. of said
crourt against Melville Williams and E.
Enslev at the October term, 1875. o! said
court, I will offer for sale lor cash to
the highest bidder at the court-house
door, in tha town of Celumbia, on Sat
urday, the 25th day of March, 1870, all
the right to the claim, and interest that
the defendant, Melville Williams, has
in and to t'ie following described tract
and parcel of land situate in the State
ol Tennesson. Maury County, t.h civil
district, on the Turnpike Hoad leading
from Columbia to Mt. Pleasant, and
bounded as follows; On the north by
f aid Turnpike Road, on the west by
Mrs: Andrew J. Polk, on the south by
W. I). Bethell, the Jerome B. Pillow
tract of l.'ndj and on the east by J.
W. B. Thomas and Thomas W. Kstes,
containing 4M acres, be the same more
or le3s, and levied upon as the proper
ty of said Melville Williams, to satisfy
saitl executions and costs. Sale within
legal hours. W. A. AEliXANDEK,
Feb, 21, '7o-pr ice 5. Sh'fl.
By virtue ol a writ of Fieri Facias to
t'ie directed from the Hon. Chaucery
Court at Columbia, Tenn., iu the case
of James A. Moore vs. D. C. Helm. I
will sell fcr cash to the highest bidder
at the Conrt House door in the towu ol
Columbia, on the 2.Vh day of March,
IbTii, all the rigid, title, claim and in
tertst to the defendant, Thos. J.' Helm,
has in and to the following described
lot and' pi reel ol bind situated in the
State of Tennessee, Maury County, yth
civil dist rict, and iu the town of Colum
bia, in Ward No. 2, ot said town, com
mencing at tho comer of an alley and
Glade Street, and ruoning east WO feet
with tho alley. Thenco north 'Jl'i toet
to corner of Glado Street, ;tl?i foot to the
beginning, and levied upon as the prop
erty of sVid Thomas J. Helm to stisfy
said exeoution and costs. Sale in law
ful hours. W. A, ALEXANDER.
Feb. 21, '7b-pr. fee $6. Sh'ff.
By virtno of a writ of Fieri Fac,a8 to
me directed from the lion. Chancery
Court at Columbia, Tenn., in the case of
Kut;:-? J. Polk, to use ol L. E. Polk vs.
Stephen Jordan, F. M. Vaughan and
Benjamin Harrison at the October Term
of slid Court, I will otter for sale for
cash to tho highest bidder, at the town
ol Columbia ou Saturday the 25th day
ol Mrch, 1S7I5, all tho right, title, claim
and interest that the defendant, Benja
min Harrison, has in and to tho follow
ing described parcels ot lrd situate in
the Stato ol Tennessee, Maury County,
! h civil district: One parcel where the
said defendant ' Harrison now resides,
bounded on the north by the Mt, Pleas
ant Turnpike Hoad, south by L. D.
Myers, ost by a street or alley, west
bv L. 1). Myers. Also, another parcel
of lnd situated in the X h civil district
of Maury County, bounded on the
north by the Jlainpshire Tnrnpike
Road, p et by Sheppard 4 Harrison.
Also ono other parcel of land of the
said defendant Harrison, in the tl.h civ
il district of Maury County, bounded
on the north by the land formerly own.
ei by E. W. McRidy, dee'd, south ty
tlie Turnpike I'oad, east by McKissack,
fHl west by an alley. 6id three par
i e s af land levied upon as the property
o't sa;d defendant Benjamin Harrison,
to eatiuty said execution and costs.
Sale wilhin legal houra.
W. A. ALEXANDER, Sh'rf.
Feb. 21, '7iispr. lee $7 50.
Green W. Catea, ut at. vs. James M.
It appearing to me from a decree ren
dered ia the Chancery Court at loluoh
ma, Tennessee, in tuecaseoi ureen w.
Cates vs. James M. Grimes on the 5th
i dsy of November, 1875, ordering that
the heirs of said Grimes be mado pr
ties to said cause, and that Sci. Fa. issue
for the residents of tne state, and that
publication be made for the non-resi
dents, (who are L. A, Grimes, Emma
Moore and A. B. Moore.) requiring
said heirs to appear before the Chancel
lor of the Fight Division of the State of
Tennessee on the first Monday in
April, lv7t, and show cause, If any
they may have, why they should
not be made parties of said suit. It la
therefore ordered by ine that publica
tion be made for four successive weeks,
the last of which shall bo at least one
week before the next setting ol said
court, requiring said L- A. Grimes, Em
ma Moore and A. B. Moore to appear
aud show cause why they should uot be
made parties aa required by said decree.
D. B. COOPER, C. it M.
II L' It It IV V SALE.
Ky virtue ol an execution to me directed
from the Chancery Court for Maury County.
Tennessee, at its October term. 587ti, I will
tell for cash, at tlie Court "ts 4oor iu the
own of Columbia, lo tne highest anil nest
liiddei , on .Monday the 2Tth day f March,
ISTis the following dociibcd tractor naroel
of land to-wit; beins or lyiu in tie 6th civil
district of Maury Connty, and bounded on
tne no: tti by tne lands oi jonti Warden;
-outh b7 the land-" of John II. Tombs; east by
tho lands ol J. t . ells; went by the lauds of
W. (.. Martin, containing by estimation one
huudrtd ami twenty-live acre; levie-1 on
and to be told us the property of K. C. I lark,
to satisfy Raid fl. fu. nnd cotit in favor of 1. li.
Cooper, Clei k aud Muster nguinst, it, c. Clark,
JohnM.CIarH mul iiliaiu Wiley, for the
Uui of tli'lwt with interest and cost.
Il " . . T I - X" . fc- Tl I I I
V. A. AI.KXANDEIU Sh'ff.
Hy J. -N. Low RASi-F.JJ. t-htl.
lyiOiRGilBI, TEIOESiLS d GO
WHOLESALE DEALEKS IN
WHITE GOODS, RIBBONS AND NOTIONS!
MO. 3 CITY
":W.'fcirT,j J.JLLL!' It
JpIiliATOS ilBIIS ORGAlffS,
ALHO A COMTLETK HTOCK Of
Sheet Music and
Masonic Temple Building-, So Cbnrch Street,
. Tnninu and IleiiairiBS iu City aud Country,
ties 'wanting Musical Instruments.
Weed! Weed! Weed!
Can now be Purchased at a Consid
erable Redaction in Price !
TIace J)ixcoiiiinml Must of our Cunrtixxinij
Agent. and Purehiuu-r, man Rm the
Ri'itejit of Espenxr so Sttcctl .'
More than 350,0 of these Machines
are now in use. anil attest to all that is
claimed for them, viz: That they are Snjx-
rttr io all other in Jfuriibilili, AaajitabilUi,
Shnjlici. Satixfartion Giinrtnaei-,1.
Mr Special attention given to the Repair
inn of all kimlsof Sewing Miwhiues, aud at
lower rates than eNi-where. A full stock of
Needles. Thread. Silk. Oil. .te.. for a'l kinds
of Sewing Machines. Apply at 12.1 lnrcn
niirri, .insuiirir, ieU--J-lll
All persons failinsr to nav their Taxes hv
the loth day of March next, may expect,
wherever personal property cau "he foiinil,
tor the same to he levied uooa and sold to
satisfy said taxes. In ease there can ha no
peisonal etlectu found, the propertv itself
will he reported lo tht May tcmi of Court
lor order of sale to satisl v said Taxes. I
mean husiness. KesiM-et fullv,
JOHN I.ATT.X ,
Feb. 25th-3w. City Marshal.
Hie sorrel horse mule, about 1 1 i hands
hiifli, abont four yetirs old, blm-k nrane nnd
tail, wit h a stripe ilown his back, and val
ued at fifteen dollars. l'osted Jauuarv 31sl,
", byll.U. Gray, l'islrict No. li. Maurv
UKSl I.V.MIN 1IA11H1SIIN,
Feb. ii-lw. JtmiKer Maury Couuty.
II E 11 I F F
15y virttm of an execution to ine directed
from the Honorable Ctiaiicery Ciitirt at Co
lumbia, Tenuessee. ill tlie case of John It.
Kuhh and wile vs J . J. C-ratu and others, 1
will on the '.7th day of March, 1S7(!, sell to
the highest bidder for cash, at tho court
house door ill tin-town of C iliiinhia, a cer
tain tract or parcel land lyin and heiiir in
Maury county, Tenn., tlth civil district, and
bounded a-s follows: On tie north hv tlie
lauds of J M.Scottreast liv.l. M. Si-ott and
ot hers; west by . I. A. Dimuer and Tnonias
1 'ill 1 1 li ; south ny M. tarter s estate coutain
invi by entiuiation S-'i acres and 1VJ poles, and
beitm Ihe same conveyed by Joel li. Stock-
aril to T. J. fraii;; recorded in I look . Vol.
l'tvue I2u of the Iteister s oltterj of Maury
county. Levied upon and sold as the prop
erty of T. J. Crai to satisfy said execution
WM. A. AI.F.X.VNiJKK, Sheri ff.
l?v J. N. IjOWIjani k, Deputy Sucriil'.
February iith, 1.S7U.
TYLER & WILLI k MS' ,
ear Call ana examine our stock of Readymado Clothing, Hand
made Boots aud Shoes, Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
HatS, Umbrellas, Valises, &C. tr- Satisfaction guaranteed in our
manufacturing department as to quality of goods and style of workraan
WE NOW HAVE ON HAND A I .TLL STOCK OF
Avery Steel Mows, Farmer's Steel Plows, Oliver Chilled
. Iron Plows, Avery Cast Plows, Djxie Cast
Plows, Iron Beam Double Shove's,
Plows, Hames, Collars, Chains, Bridles,
HARNESS ETC., ETC., ETC.,
ALL AT LOWER PRICES
Fol. 4, LS7;,
L. V. HOLMES.
ALL GEADE3 OF
Musical Merchandise !
e solicit com-sjioudeiice with lflr
Wholesale llanufacturer ani Sealer in
Collars, Whips. Etc.,
5;! Market Street .
The Pronrietor or his Agent will lie in Coluuihia ev
Monday during the year with toods In his
niiH't Customers. Orders for Ihe present may
he letl with Black Moore, it l nuiiiuiia, an.l will re
eeive prompt attention, (ioods will lie deliverinl in
Culumhia ut Nashville oriel's aud tree of cliaree. when
to $1U or more. feh2.V70-3m
HART & HENSLEY,
Curcrs of the
CELEBRATED "C. C. C' HAMS,
And Manufacturers of
"Snow-Flake Pastry" Lard,
Xos. 70 7S South Market Street,
Fork House Cor. Haiison
and Front ts
Corner Chinch nnd Spruce Streets,
Near Chattanooga llepot,
XAfjHVlLLE, - - TEXXESSEE.
Iliivini; this .lay siijiirested the insolvency
of tlie estate of John. Ij. lsolil, dis-'d., lo tho
Clerk of the County Court of Maury county
Tennessee notice Is hereby Riven to alt per
sons having claims against said estate to
tile them duly ant he ut icjttcd with said clerk
on orbefore tlie rj itli day-ot August, lS7t, for
prorata dislrihiitton, or tlie same will be
forever barred. .1 A M KS II. AKIN',
Feb. SjIIi, lSTii. Adniicistrator.
H A X C E 11 V SALE
Win. Terrv, Jr.. ct a!, vs. J. 11. Thomas, et al
By virtue of a decroe of tho Cnanccry court at
ColuinMa, Tennessee, rendered at iU June
term 1874. in the a! vc styled cause, I will
sell at politic outc-y, tu t lie highest bidder at
the Court House door in tb towa of Coluin-
bi i.n tlie i'tn ilny ot Jii-ca, isi i, thetollow
ina ilescribuil real e'tte to-wit: tlie extreme
rnuthern portion nf th-J Jackson Col
lege proporty, situ ited iu the southern
Portion of tlio town of Columbia,
between ilic'u Ptract and l!igbyvill)
pike, upon which Wui. l'orry, Jr , resides
Terms of sale, credit of six and twelve
months, with interest trotu day of .ale, notes
with goof security reipured and lien retain
ed ror paymeirt of purchaia money; said real
estate is soft troe lr.nu the -iUi'y ot reaetnii
tion. 1). 15. COJl'Kit, C. M.
Notice to Creditors.
Sam C. C ink, IrtviiiR con veyd his proper
ty in ll list lo me, lor the beuelit of all Iris
creditors. I hereby p'.vo notice to al! persons
aviuKciai 's lumiin nun io nave mem
proved and C'ed within sixty davs: aud to
those indebted lo Ihe said S. C. Cook, to se. -
ii j wiia me luiuioajaiei v.
K. II. I1ATCHEK,
Fob. 25tli-IS7t. Trustee.
THAN EVER BEFORE.
J. p. street & Co.
This day received a full stock of FKESII GARDEN SEED, iiic!u4iup
a few new and choice varieties.
TO SECURE A FULL ASSORTMENT SEXD IX
YOUR ORDERS IMMEDIATELY.
Will furnish to our friends free of cost, Buist's Garden Man ual, contain
ing instructions for cultivating the Garden. Call and get one.
January 14th, 1876.-ly. ' -
DYE BROTHERS & CO., .
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY !
WE HAVE RENTED THE HOUSE FORMERLY OfVUl'IEI) AS
Post Oiliee, aud directly opposite the Nelson House, aud will keep on hand
a large assortment of
Carriages Buggies and Wagons,
And proiiose to furnish a Vehicle of any desciiptiou as low as can be bought
elsewhere. We intend to establish a permanent business, ami warrant sa' ts
factiou to every one who will fvor us with their patronage. We will also
furnish HARNESS at very low rates. fHf Please give us a call and satisf
W. 1). Beuderinau. vs. J. 1$. Scott, ct al.
I tli is cau.se it appearing from com l laiu
ant's bill, wbich is sworu to, tliat w. J..
Iletnlervon is a rjou-reside.it o tlie State of
Teuuessee, bo tliat the ordinary process of
lnw cannot lie served upon her; It is therefore
ordered by me that publication be made
for four consecutive weeks iu the Herald
and Mail, a newspaper published in Co
lumbia, Maury county, Tennessee, requir
ing the said non-resident to appear before
the next sitting of the Chancery CVur., to
be held in the towu of Columbia, jVlanry
county, Tennessee, 'iu the first Monday in
A pi il, lSTti, and plead, answer or demur to
complainant s bill, or the same will be tak
en for confessed as to him, and set for hear
ing ex parte.
Feb. 35. 1S7H. 1). li. COOPKK. C. & M.
1"Y virtue of a deed of trust executed
1) Kill, 17:1, by G. 1. Welb to us a.s found
liook U., Vol. 2, at pane "iits of the KerjistJ'r's
otHce of Maury county, Tenuesseo, lo secure
the bebt therein mentioned, we will sell
the stock therein described for cah, lit the
court-house in Columbia, Tennessee, on
tlie alh iay of March, JK7, within lcual
houix. The said stock consists fu liorses,
mules and cattle.
Feb. 1S-4W. T. J. & J. K. V. TIMMON.
ON -RESIDENT N OTICE.
lluckuer & Co., vs. J. L. Thompson, ct al.
It appearing to me from complainant's
bill, which is sworn to, th- t J. Ij. Thompson
is a non-resideut of the State of Teuuessi e, so
that the ordinary process of law cannot be
terved ujKin him:ftis therefore ordered by
tne tliat publication be made for four con
secutive weeks in the Herald and Mail, a
newspaper published iu the tow n of Co u al
ula, Maury county, Tennessee, requiring
the said nou-resi Jent to appear before tlie
uextKitt.ng of the Chancery conrt, to be
held iu the town of Columbia, Maury coun
ty, Tenuessee.ou the 1st Monday iu April,
lSTti, aud to plead, answer, or demur to
complainant's bill , or the same will be taken
tor confessed as to him and set tor hearing
Feb. 25, 1H7I1. D. B. Cf il'I-'.R, C. & M.
McKay & Flguers Attomsj s forplaiutill'.
Valuable Lands !
MUKSl'ANT to decrees rendereil at the Uc
J toiler term. Is7"i, ol ' I he Chaucery court at
Coliimbin, Tenntssee, I will on Sat
urilay, the 1-V.h day of March, 1S70, sell at
public, outcry tit the court-house door in the
town of Columbia, the following described
real estate, to-wi :
In the cause of H. l'.W'ade, Adiu'r, vs.
Ilyal Foster, a tract or parcel of
laud in Maury county, Tenn., containing :!
ar-res, :; nun Is and in perches being a part
ol a tract of land sold by Ir. A. C. White to
K. K.shaw. I! 'ginning at a stone in West's
line, li links north of an oak on the hill near
West l'ruelt, running north .)7'2 , east V1
chains, to a stake 1 link west of a stooping
Ii. cch; thence north -fcJ'jj , east 8.WS chains, lo
a sttike near the ridge ro4d; thence soul It
, east 1 chains; lo a stuke in said road;
t tic nee south .'is1., , cast 5 chains, toastnke;
south 6s'4 , fall 7.11 chains to a stake;
south IV.j , east 3.'tt chains to a stake; south
, east 7 chai us to a stoue ill Col. Foster's
line; north ss'.j , west ol chains, with Foster
and Kortch's line to a stone in West's line;
t Hence north 11'4 east s.7. chains w ith
Wi-sl's line to the lH-giuuiug. Said land
will lie sold on a credit of six and twelve
months, notes witli approved security, In
terest from day of sale, lieu rctaiuetl lor
iyiiifiit of purchase iijouey, with power
to sell if money is not paid.
In the cause of tiray I", Webb vs. spencer
Smith, Uie following descrilicd lot or parcel
of land, situated in tlie ill h civil district of
Maury county, Tennessee, ami near the
north lu-trgin of the town of Columbia, ami
on what is known us "Webb's Addition" In
said town. lieginnitig at the north -wcr-(
corner of Martha Webster's lot, on Main
street iii said audition, running north with
said street s poles to a stake; thence north
.SSI . w-st -JO poles to a stake; thence south 8
poles to Martha Webster's uorth-vv.ist cor
ner; thcuc-i with her line :a ixibs to the lie
ginnitig, containing one acre more or less.
Said laud will le sold on a credit of six
mouths, note- with approved security, in
terest from day of sale, and lien reiaimd
foil pay tiii'tit of purchase money. Sa',.1 lot
or parcel of land is sold free Jrijjn tho eouitv
Ml iwn iin.n.it,
In the cause of Gray P. Webb vs. Alex,
Kusloii, the following real eslnte, lo-il;
liegiiitiing at a stake the north-west corner
oi a lot owueu ny jacK neming, col., run
ning thence north sir , west 17 po:es, to what
is called Spruce Street; thence south with
said street U (Miles; thence south Ml , rat 17
poles, ana tiience norm y notes lo the be
ginning, containing alnut one acre; Ileitis
siluuleoin aiaury cxuiDiy, in what is know u
as Webb s addition to tlie town of Colum
bia, and near the west margin thtreof. Saiil
lsiiul will be sold on a credit ol six months,
note with approved security, interest from
day of sale, and lien retained lor payment
o Jpurchase money. Said real estate 'is sold
tree lrom tne equity oi redemption.
l!w eftitse ot Uruy I". Webb vs. Bradley
Polibins, tlie following real esUUe, to-wit:
One acre of land situated near the wet
margin of Columbia, Maurv eounti-, 1 ennes-
see, in what is known ft Webb's addition.
iieginntngiu a stane on w tint is Known as
Main Street, tunning south with said street
poles to liaiaam inn s nortn-east corner:
thence north 8t , west 18 iwiles to a stake:
thence north 8 poles to a stuke: thence
tout li 8ii, east 18 poles to tlie iM-gimiiiig,
containing about one acre more or less.
Said land will lie sold on a credit of six
months, note with approved sect: ri t v . in
terest from day of sale, ami lien retained
for iiavnient of purchase lnohey: ' Said re.-.;
estate is sold, tree frOit the etiuity t
In thfi cause of lira:
elil) vs. Jiurn's
r itr-iwjn, t-...., iiiv : .uinm illS reill l-stjlt.- f...
.Wit: AlotofliindHiluated In Maurv ojinn
ty, Tenn-ssee, lietrr lii.wi jiittruln of th,
t.ku-n ..f f '.illllnltllL. in Mlt Ml h i-U if nt;...
aud bounil a-i followN: Ucgiiiniiii; af
lialiiani will nori ii-weKi winwir, runtiln
north y , west aUmt 22 jxiles to Siu uce tst
tlioiifo NOiita with wua Kireet 7 ikiIch to a
flake; tlR'iice Koiitli K .east ulxiut 22 )Mlei
toasiaKe iiiimiimiu runs west ixillimarv
line: thence north wilh said Ilill't whkI
boundary line to the heKinuinir, eontaininK
about one acre more or let. tSaid land will
he sold on a credit ol hix inoiithH, nolo with
m.t..-A.I iiui-ii r i t v lnl.-r.'iit. fr..m .1.. rtf ...ni..
anil lieu retaiiiod for iayiiient of iiirc-liaN-
inoui y. oaiareai e?iHr' in hoiu iree from
the eijuity of redemption.
In tlie can of tr, 11. TiluiiioiiM and Wife
vs. J. J.t'liii-k, lh-r) loJlouinx n-al estate,
to-wit: Bitinuliii; at a rock and loe-h the
ttrifiUU'"" eormtr jjI' Ij.I.- No t, as known ill
division iH-tween lieirsof Win. Amis, dii-'d:
and running tlieni-e uortll i , east 13 cIiuIub,
Vj links to a slake north-east of a Ian;.?
el ni. oilvie's corner in t'ooher line; lUem-e
south 7-', east 15 chains 1! links to a stake
in Oi;ilvie's line; Ibence south IJ, , wet Ui
chains to a stake, passing throurjh tlie
spring; thence north H', west fl 3-li
cbains ton stake, a corner or lot No. 1 iu
the lane; thence north l'i',eatt 11 1) chains
to h stake iu the turn of the lane, the cor
ner of lot No. I; thence west 5-10 chains lo
the Is-jinuiiiK, containing ulxiut 37 acres
and 15 poles, li-s-s about 12 jierches reerved
for a grave-yard. ALso, one other tract,
contiiliiiiiK about 25 acres, and bounded as
follows; lk-irinniiie at a stake a corner of
No. 1 In Osliorne's line; thence north 1 ,
east 15 chains to a stake In No 1; thence
south W3 , east 17 chains to slake, two su
gar tree pointers; thence south IV, west 15
chains to a stake In Osborne's 'Ine; thence
north Kt'-i ', west 17 chains to the beyinning,
containing in all alsut 112 acres and three
poles. Maid land will be; sold on a
credit Of six and twelve months, notes
withapproved security, interest from clay
of mile, and lien retained for payment of
purchase money. Kaid land is sold free
from the equity of redemption.
Fc-li. 21, ls7ti. tl.KUIC; ANI MASTKtt.
a-s. T. Akin,
W. II. Faris,
Akin, Craft & Co.,
We are prepared to furnish all kinds of
Viifliiix, Caxketx and Rurial Vaxes, with lirst
class ffearses, gentle lior-ies and careful
drivers. We are also prepared to furnish
Carriages and flacks for funeral occasions.
All calls will be attended promptly day or
night, by Mr. A. Craft, who has an experi
ence of many years as an undertaker, and
we guarantee satisfaction.
'' Special attention given to re-interment
OllieeoiK" door above the (iit.'st House
and at W. II. Faris' Carriage Factory, South
Main Street. Orders left at either place
will meet wilh prompt attention.
Eugene R. Smith, M. D.,
OtHce and residence High Street, twodoors
wort ll of Free St reef.
Office Hours: From 8 to !) a. in.; and from
to 3 p. ni., aud at 7 p. m. d..-cL'l-7i-'Jin.
Sacks and Jeniieis
I h ive l ir j stuck of j-rks and Jeancts
or3ala, froui good Common Slock Ui to
i horough-breds. I can suit anybody in coior,
siie, blood or price. Address uie at Santa Fe,
Vlaury county, Tennes'-ee.
May 7-75-lv. WM. YOUNU Kit.
TAX - PAYERS
OF MAURY COT N TV.
I will beat the following places at Hie
times designated, where I will be prepared
to collect IhcStalc and County Tax I'm-the
year 1S7.5. I will be at Columbia evuv
2 J list rict. Ijove's, Tuesdav, I-'ebritarv silt.
! and hi Kis., llaiiiiisliireWediiesilaV Feb !.
Il'and .'IIis., Mt. l'lfasanlriiursilav ,' Feb. in.
II liist. New York, Fridav, Feb. II. '
HI " Poplar Top, Saturday, Feb. I'..
-11 " Wisener's Store, Tuesdav, Feb. I "i.
lit " tiravel Hill, Wednesilav Feb. hi
IS " Santa Fe, Thursday, Feb. 17.
I " KinderhiMik, Fribav. Feb. is.
17 " Spencer's Old Mill, Saturday Feb. I'.l.
." " Fox's, Tuesday, Febriiarv id.
I " l'ltrks' Store, Wednesday, Feb. Sid.
r " HiirricaneStatioii,Thuis.av,Feb.2l.
" Culleoka, Fridav, Feb. JMh.'
7 S " lligby ville, Saturday, Feb. 2ti.
11 " Spring Hill, Tuesday, February, -J.i.
" Snnib-rs' store, Wedni-sd-iy, March I.
i" " Kally Hill, Thursday, Mr, r.-li l'.
-4 " Itock Springs, Frid-i'v, Matcii .!,
11 " Hear Creek, Sal tirday, .March I.
11 " WilliauisjHUI, Titesflac. March 7.
A. A. 1.1 1'st I Hill,
Jau. 11, lS7ti.-lf
Pure II ml ENi;i(ry.
Lir:ht lit a bin as. nil' 'il I i.-itu-. a 'id Sharpies
strains ) lirir k Mr ihturis ml Wi ll mis and
Tsd sir '.ins.t Warranted I , In- inn . l,i...l
and as gissl us ihe best. My l-'ow s uee.
ty lo be s.-rin to h.- apireii Ui-. 'Satisfac
tion guai-.iiil.sHl. E,'l' lor sale ii. .n nil, i
chickens iu III" Fall. Add
JOSH. li. HAII.KV,
Jan. Sl,7ii-ly, Coliiiub.a, Te.in.
riai nig nuauin-: as Ailm ill i- ; ,.,or af Mid -
' i"ujj..r.,uiT(i.,i iicri'iiy liolily all p.-r-
"!is Hide tiled to t i;u eMate to co forward
and make J-ulenietit. and thosu having
cl;;;is against it, lo file them within the
time prcscnlM'd bylaw.
T , V,T,OALIjOWAV,
OUR NEW STOCK OF
Ve are offeriDs cry lw
WARRANTED TO PERFORM WELL AND
AUto, our eutire Htock of Jewelry nnd
le Vre at aitoni-diiriir low p rice.
jan21-73-3ui. . J. H . J am e 8 & So
I have removefl from liaflin 's shop to the
old JnmpKon NUtntl. on South Main St.,
w here I can be found at all times rea.ly to
Hlioe Horses, Kj puir Uuus and do all other
work in my line.
Jau. ll-7-ly. AL. ADCOCK.
Non-he si dent notice j
- Stephen Dark vs. S. P. I took tt ai. -. .
In tli is cause it aipearing to me from
complainant'! bill, which lit uwcrn to, that
M annua kook is a non-resiueut oi ine -iate
Tennessee, so that tho ordinary proeessof
law cannot be served upon hirn: it is there
fore ordered by me that publication be
made for faur consecutive weeks in the
tbe Herald and Mail.anewspajxr published
In tlie town ot Columbia. Maurv county.
Tennessee, requiring the said non-resi.lent
to appear before the next lUiog of the
hancery conrt, to be held in the town of
xluin oia. aiaury couuiy , i "nnessee, on tho
1st Monday in April, N7tt, and to plead,
answer or demur to complainant's bill, or
tliesame will be taken ior confessed as to
him and set for hearing ex parte.
Feb. II. 1S7H. II. It. t(HlKIt,(,, 4 M.
To enable us to keep our hands employed during tlie Winter. We positively offer al
the actual costof manufacture, for a sbnrt time, our elegant assortment of
Buggies, Jenny Linds, Dixies, Park Phaetons, Panelled
Kockaways, Brets, Sulkeys, Skeleton Wagons, Etc.
SSLXJS3ITr &? TUR.3PI3NT.
Wiiolesale and R.ctaiX !
NEW IGUSE !
TI1K JjAR(5I'jST STOCK IN THK CJTV OK
STAPLE andFAMGY GROCERIES
Old I).mietic Wh skit'.-, lVotich n-ntiilif-i, aipj Iiuportod Winen and I.i',
Mttori. Ry Special iinhueiiir-ii's hH't, il tu Merchants in want uf Suiiiilies '
1 tiavi; a ftill fctock of lJiiist s lli itr; Hr.?., tiul Ferries' New (Janlen S -e.U'
wliich will be furnislied lo the ti'.uk' at NVnoIesale Kates. OaT Call ami ?x
amine Stock aud prices. K. V. (tAMULlO,
Jan. H-Vti-ly. Cor. Main aud Met liauiir Sts.
H. CR ?NEhas moved to the store formerly occupied
by ' Ciieap John," and determined to wind up his busi
ness by the First of April, wil coatinaa his Closing Out
Sale Regardless of Cost, until tho entire stock is disposed
of- Everybody come and get Bargains.
J-Ylmtary-l-K.-lni. H. CRON
L. W. LACK. w.j. Mooin-:.
First Class Turn
Horses and Mules Bought
DpT ;UXCLK TOMMY DO (JIjAsS, uicli l.U "OLD RKUXMAi" O.M
t. . VI" i'lw.ty.s le I'ouiid at thy IK jiot to ynit upon his fiiends ami the
M. C. MAYS.
II. 1". lOlS()..
xrV 'r;. .-4,'lT
Cppoats tio Guest tlivzi, 3;titi Kaia tret
CO IjUM 1H A, - - TJijISTN.
HORSES BOUGHT AND
"-' V'l'liicl.rs nl ill kin. Is for lili-:-. M r.
"1I K-liMi..OiiMilliiis'" loainl from nil
II All MAS IIOKISI.N.
SIX FOR $7.50. BOY'S
Only On : Quality!
NOTHING BUT TIIE BEi1 WAMSDTTA
IIU3U TjlNEtf USED!
Can be liiiiiliod ly any ouo o.m; 'i.;,,i (,
eariarv oj put tu w; m ju a :n i s; aii t !
tui.HriUjil. Vo t'.iruii I i.
SMITH & MlTCaLFE,
vIOMIMEnTS AND T0MB3TCVT
All Cf tllft Ymu T-i:.- ... '
' v (kill Kn 1 uri. a
,?'LA l,7i,rk, -'"-ip as can bo .1.,,,,
rim . , 'u I'll Mtino (Mif
JUmifwrory on Yet Main street,.
near tho I:.Btiiu:e.
W". 0. neppard,
.rKiiBrfrniiiign new lilock, flaril'i
opivxito li.o ITf bytenan chnrcL
, .Ml. Mfl-jl I I
A l..l:i. Mii.li .ml lnllin. t.m .... ...
.ii Z. r i i T. r. 'uouia an.l p.i.a.
.n..iUiiucuin.l uj mn v.iiwa maw l'lr
K'.u. CaU ao.l ie niA, ' ' "
I T. W. TURPI N
, s n cs
NEW GOODS ! !
Outs of All Kinds
and Sold on Commission !
1). T. CHAI'l'LLL
ID FEED STAB
SOLD ON COMMISSION!
Xi;1. W,M l,n '"""I ' lriv..tl
"r IRVr.'f.AI. NAIMIliK A It
Inwyl 1-7 ,. y.
SKS, SIX F0 $6,00.
The Ver y Best
1 JLUSLIN AN
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vij anil c'VL-ryt'iiii
J VF VJ
First Natonial Pjank
W. K't-lsto, J. 11. I'lift.lrMsc T
J. M . ir.-wle"; I.. ' rlInj ' K"ltt
K- ceivo, d posits,
ilctilrt hi fi.tetgii nllli
I paynientat curreni ru...- V ' . r ""
J. II. CHIIjUKKsh,
i . Vice-freslJtnt.
IjI It J iiiKKaoN, fashler.
I GUEST HOUSE,
Sonlli Main HlfmU
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