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HERALD AND MAIL.
'rlly norolnir, Krlembr 22.
DEMO CR ITIC T ifK ET .
THE 50UTS IN THIS CANVASS.
Would the South bo
(From Hon. Oeo.
Safe Under TiUss?
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HON. SAM'L J. TILDEN,
HON. THOS. iA, HENDRICKS.
OF II KNRY COUNTY.
HON. W. C- WHITT HORNE,
of Maury County,
holt STATE SKNATOK,
W. D. FULLTON,
den. Il.ite and (Iov. Foote opened
.iiiva.ss ut Springfield last Monday.
Yellow fever is jotting worse in Havan
ii.ili, (!a. Thirty nix deaths on Wedncs
day. Negroes of South Carolina are playing
:v hiedi hand murdering; whites and burn"
; down houses, flins, etc.
The Oiiguno Times claims Ohio for
Tilih n liy IM.OOO majority. The German:-!
elected Hayes Governor last year,
and now they are for Tilden.
Tlie Democrats of Massachusetts have
nominated Charles Francis Adams, one
1. 1 the most distinguished men in Ameri
ca, for Governor, and he has accepted,
lie is u .Liberal Republican. The Re
publicans have nominated Ben Butler for
Congress, which is a pplendid illustration
uf tin: ''reform" tendency of that party.
'1 he candidates for Governor will not
peak in Oolumhui. The cause is thus
ii by Guv. Tortcr: ho is speaking; in
those towns and counties in which he did
not speak in two years tijro. TLia is n
reasonable explanation, and r'-rJetts
r.-ilit on the Governor.
invite the attention of our renders
admirable Fpoech of Gov. l'ortcr,
fouud in our Supplement. It
makes a good showing fur his bdministtas
tern, and uttacks with crushing li'oct the
vulnerable? record of Dt.r.-icy JJ. Thomas.
v'i; applaud the conduct of Gov. Porter
iieeing to (iividi: time with Yurd'.ey,
negro candidate for Governor, It
most graceful Bnd distingaifhed bon
hat has lieouJbt9towed upon tb ne
racti in Tenns8eo; and by a Demo-
-ratio Govcrtior.leniemboT this, colored
Tweed, the great New York rob-
who was convicted and imprison.!'
by thu zeal of Samuel .1. Tilden, and wh,i
succeeded hi escaping; last Winter, has
been captured on Spuuish seas. oV.
Tilden otTered a large reward for his ap,
piehi nsioii, which is the cause of his ar-
fail Sehuiv. was challenged to a debate
in Indiana by the Kroftt 1'uliUor, lut tha
challenge was declined on the ground
that Scliurz was a distinguished men,
and l'ulii.er was nut. Ex-Secretary' 13r,H
t..vv is also sjieaking iu InJ'.r.r.H, and the
I h mocrats propped to put up Ilonry
W altorson, the groat, Ivhtor ot the C our
i.'i-.Ioiirnal. but Uristow declined. The
l.'emiblicaiu are afraid of a joint discus
...mil became their on!v resource is to dc-
eiyc the people, and this cannot be djne
in a joint discussion. Their only reply to
rv charge is "rebel.
lion. W. C. VliittIiortie uinilo tin able
i ceb at Km uk li ii hist week. AVe
I. am lli.it bis text in this canvass is about
this; 'l liat the U-.'iiublicttii party is noths
in j; more nor less than an array of monop
olies ugaiii't the people. It is very easy
to ci v that thi.' is deinagoguery, but it is
it is every word inn
st I l
word true. The I if
i parly mut be judged by what
t.ilo at Wii.shingtnn, there they
biiei s to escape the penalty cf
and light to the bitter end
ail theVll'oi Is ol lb.- l.'cniociats to cut
d iwn the enormous and extravagant r-x-p
-a-cs nl lmiuingthe governnu nt. Tiio
I'u sideiit vetoed the Jtemocraiic iiouse e
proposition to reduce the President's sul-
sirv from ioO.CUO to :",I!(H, the oldsfashv
ii.ned siilary. The Democrats of t'.e
Jloii.-..- found, after full investigation,
that fi'."i,(HiO,tni( of the government cx
pensi-s could bo Mil'ely diFpcnsed wi:h,
. ..... i ... i i: i : ., .i,
wPioiil unurv 10 lllf IHIUOC veni m Hie
least .iiid what was the result? NVI.y
Ibe Kcpublicatm linked thn Jiroc ecd i legs
of ( 'oiiit. ss until the Democrats wore
v .ai elleii to compromise on half that
a in- -a al.
But will ttie South bo safe under the
administration of TildeD? Can the
freeduian safely bo committed to the
Kuardianuhip of the old alayo masters?
I answer this question in the language
of the ablest political "Journal in UiS
United States, a supporter of tiov.
llayeb: "uur own solemn belief is that
tue less said on this poinD on the Re
publican side the better; that tho out
rage argument serves and can serve tLa
purr o.e of nobody ia this cnr.yoH but
the Republican knaves, and that the
Hjuth will be more peaceful under '1 :i
ien than under Elayes, and this lor zc.
.sons which He on the surta jo. Til-b'ii
is not a weak or foolish man. Ho v 1U
have do motive for tolerating dn-o-ders
at the South, nor will his l&aiina fol
lowers. On the contrary, they will per
ceive clearly tfce importance of tran
quility in that region, to the btabiiity f
their Lold on power in the North, while
these disorders will actually eor.stiru
nearly the whole politicl capital of ihe
Republicans, Ccnklings, MorUns Chan
dlers, and Cornells, with whose support
Hayes is, it teems, to be saddled." The
truth of this is patent to every mau's
unbiassed oouiuioiisense. Tte greet
need of the South to-day is deliveiarce
troui the horde of thieves and demagog
ues who hve been fastened like leccl;-t-s
upon the weltare ol the people n:-d
basked in their misdeeds by the whnio
power of the administration. Tije
llamburi massacro and kindred d;.
plays of rapine and lawlessness adn-it
of no defence, whatever the provoca
tions may have been; but It is ncedit
to deny that hero have been provova
tlons, andlt there are two sidi-i to
the outr- coutroverny. Tnke '-L'-cae
of Aifibia. The whole idw.i
patronagii'btlne State and the u-e ol the
United htates army were turned over lo
ieorge E. Spc-ner, a tborou2h!j,- i-or-rupt
and unprincipled political uUvi.l!
irer, to enable hioi to retain hw s 1l ia
the United States senate. Thus cq'iit.i mJ
for his work, he find his friendn boiij.hi
iogisiators with federal appolntuie!,;-?
Ment marshals and revenue oilieyrts, iic
eompanied by regular troops, to ru-.i orf
voters from the countios where thti
pooit ion to him wasstrongoat ; pros'itu
:ed the courts by arrewtitiijj Democr.-tn;
mombers of the legislatuie in order lo
prevent a quorum ; used t ho mHchin- ry
ut the custonr-house and rovenae oai-
c3M in breaking up the f eneml Asfi-;jj-
lly and getting up two r'vai bo.t.cs,
while tho money to pay for liioso cxt'i-
rJinary perloruiances was ol-'aiiit'd
by ouibez.lement trotn the fiost-oliiee.
at Alobile. In tho light, ot thao l.icts it
is not surprising that the State is now
overwhelming Democratic, while the
gratalymg lact greets us tuat order ins
gradually asserted itself throughout
the State, as the power of the xdunder
ers has declined. Look at tho S-;te of
Missisnippi. In Vicksburg the whites
paid W per cent, of tho taxes, and t he
negroes assessed and handled the
money. As a consequence the debt ol
the city, -whieh, in IMiO, was f 13,000, rose
In five years to ?l,.'iOO,(HK), while the
population was only eleven thousand,
nd more thau half tho' inhabitants
were colored. A ring composed ol car
petbag adventures and ignorant black
mn of tho most corrupt character cm
trolled the executivo officers and court-,
aud crew rich bv 1'orirery and fraud.
Theserings were sustained by tho whole
powerof the Republican ailministration
ht Washington. The Sta'e of South
Carolina sui.plios us with locts equally
start. lng. I can not go into the details.
but tbey are known to the country, it
is only necessary to say that as'tf.r the
State hud been tilundered arid devor.t;'.-
iiiri liy tho black and white swutvlrt1
.v ho so lot:ir contro'leil Lr fortuiv.a,
and (iov. Chainbeibiin had succeeded in
inaugurating the work of reform. !hc
i ep recent at i vee of the iederul ftUMo;.--iiatlon
dcmcnistratod tholr lrieadship
ior oraanizc-d rascality and re ill. m
by ai cusii'g Unv. Chaiiiberi.tin of loari
toward Iomocracy, Rod nondei:.!.
iug him for ittusing iMimu'dsMona to
such political reprobates as Whi.'iper
and Mcses. Can any man I'oel mirpiised
'hat outrages should spring out ol M' h
a CT.-t:? Can uieu expect to sow the
wind and not f.ap the vh'.riw !,;'.' -ChriMan
or ?vcr. .ivil'tzo-l t'r:i t ill -t
'ud thi dueds of lawlsuets tlat
fife" so iji'iiiV ."Males ot the S'.i;:h, .
o n ho deiend the political an-.l ni ,;ti.;
outrages thst hareLK-eu their ch.et pro
icatioi:. What is tto remedy? Ms
wo aiBdlj' seek it in a contin uii--.ee t.:
'irHi'tipiil and thnif such men a- Ca-y,
Packard, Oure'.i, Kollog-. Ames, W-:--.
jer and Muses? Can the e.'eetio-s o;
another Republican preidc-nt bring oi--
der and p5ai'0 and honest govenimu
to the soreiy-triud people of the !S-.:uth,
black or white? We have hud ajrepu1:
lian President and a Republican Cuta
gross for nearly eight years, and j-el tj.
clde.s of tiio nartv. who renresrt t j
N,uth a.i in a perfectly deplorable- c.r,i
dition, toils us that tho continuance of
the same j-art.y in power Is abjoiutely
necessary for tho welfare of tho people,
and especially tho colored raca. Pns
Ideut t.raut himself tells us thet "Mir-sl-isipppi
la governed to-day by oflici: lo
chosen tlirough fraud aDd violence, ni-'b
as wo.tl l scarcely lt aceredi-ed to srv
aoes, imicti lens lo civilized and t'hr'.-i-tiu
people.' and senator Morlr n's ci.-.
i-i i'e M.iiiTr.iif"j, v i-h Senator V.- 'if ' .
at. "its he-vi. C6cl:rosln its Into cor...:
ii ni'.l r .pou tnat t'cfi State which I'-.-i
yo,tr vrt3i in s "oi-.i!;t ion of p-O'ice, ia ri v
t) glT'Ii 0 Cr i; m:' ITiu: jto-:i ..v ,i, :
a tf ii ve-irs, trial I iM-pinuie-m lee."
Htructicn, that wo may be obi.-i d m -li.A'.d
it lo teri -torinl govei rn.ioii'.V (in.-
t ..nam. e.iohl nosstniy no :! siron ?;.
gc.niei.it in favor ol a change of a hn'..
islrition? Could any fact sta'id tut
move palpubly on the backg round '
tho nas-t than the absolute new tr.-i
wiser policy, and now and wis.r u.et;
to administer it? The result of Repub
lican rui, In fact, has been to avrny tbta
two -.acosof the South in doadly '::iti;
ity, instead of making thorn friends tir- rl
hrat hren. In the States nnlatnh:c
thelaigeat negro clement and i-.n-ier
R; pubHcau rule, violence and d.or i;-r
Iihva larirelv nrcyiiilcd sine? the eloe ol
the war; whjlo in tho consorvailvo rc !
Democrat ic States, order and peace have
been ihenoanal condition of the ; ,)o
pln. What wo now want as a now dis
pensation, which shallbolt out the ce.lov
line in I'olities, soften and subdao the
antagonisms ho long fosforod by whit"
demagogues, divide tho colored you; l-
tweejj tlio pari lofl Ol iM.niiiu at i-ac
wl-.itc vote as already divided, anil thtn
make the people of the Staios lately in
revolt, l-i deed and in heart one people.
Ail lids of c-.m.-Hf, must be the work ot
time; but the agencies, cau bo va;elv
tel. to work which will nccoin !' ,
s-ii I thus pertectly solve the problo:u oi
a restored Union'by eompletcly remov
ing all tbeca.siof fltrite.
Aiiuomiccmciite. I Notice to Creditors.
Wear" imthorized to uruiouiioe'CAMP
HICJ.L. .K-jV N as a i-andKtate lor Floater,
to i; jiiim iu UisliictH of .Maury and Wil
1 OH REPRy.HKXTA TIVK.
ar- f.ci-Iiorized tf- announce JAMES
Hi . v S us a crunliUiite lor meintiersliii)
! ni xt Cictii ial A a:ibly of Tennes-
,'ie pii ihonzmt to
r.'.V as a cumtidate
lor the next beglsla-
lii'i.jamiii Harlan lias this (lay made a
lei-d of Trust to me lor tli benefit of bin
creditors; and they are herely notified to
have their claims properly certified and
filed witli me at once.
E. H. HATCHER,
JAS. T. AKIN.I
J-Oi: STATU HISS A TK.
.tiittiorized to announce HON. W
... ol v ,i,:.iai-(.n C-(Hirty, as a
; . :;t(. s,r;-.nTi-, tidiii the
. :-ose.! fii the counties of Milury
J a. T. Akin & Co.,
reonested to an-
, as, a candidate
Saw Mill lor Sale.
By virtue of a mortgage executed to me
by George Zlnn and C. H. Liebhart on the
21st day of August, 1875, and registered In
the Register's office of Maury county, In
Book X, Vol. 2. page 276, 1 will on Saturday,
the 23 inst., sell at the court-house door, in
the town ot Columbia, at public sale tor
cah, to the highest and best bidder, one
portable saw mill and every part thereof ly
ing at the depot at Dark's Ml Us, 5 miles from
Columbia, on the Nashville and Decatur
Railroad. DAN 'i, LIEBHART.
Sept. StJi-2w. Trustee.
or y,;-yi a
v. ai 3 .sutho! to announce Major
J" oIN T. WILLIAMSON, as a candidate lor
Mayorol Columbia, at the November elec
V.'e art- authorized to announce W J.
D.ALKiui a candidate tor iliijur. Election
Nov eui t', r n.-M.
VOj! AXl ALDEIiMES.
!1 (Ily.ed and rcuueaited to
i:i'i:liciiH;ii as canili-
niU Aldermen of the Citv
:e the f.
Mayor VJ. Dale, Sr.
iua-i l--ir-t Ward ri. I). F. Mc-
J i'- b. lxdi,on, Nat Holiuan-
Vkiird L. M. Matthews, J. Mort
. voice li. Hodge.L. A. Boyd,
. li IT.
, I K '..
requested to an-
It uieu as can-il-
ir.. n o! the Cits
lo. 1". Williamson.
Ward -S-. I). F. Xn
Win. J. Andrews.
T. CharMn. L. M
i .1 -'t - .'.".'! '--.a
V-'- a u : rl.rd and
o 1 : Io-..' ol iS irt-a
-a....- a ei Aide
'-1 . .:--..; eoi .1.,
.' I I . -I
! '.V . .-'..- .
I ' -.''i'.i - (i, 11. Hod, L. A
l ot s,xiy ,1h we w ill sell at
Cost and Below Cost !
f ot.r i.'iitii'C strU of
a a e.-- ii. to make room for our
1 ii. ..t:: a. !--.s rules man any one
! . l-e.
a .: i. i'A'"ivt-1 1 ion 1 1 1
A'. I ' 'I'! - - li'l'i'Hl to us will pi
1 . . a . 1 i .-'a'.--.
We are prepared to furnish all kinds of
Cottlns. Caskets, and Burial Cases, with First
CIa--s lU-arse, gentle ie.r-ex and careful
drivers. We are also iirej.aivd to fnnikh
Carrlaties nml Hacks lir h uueral Occasions.
All calls will be attended prumptiy, day or
iilkilu, by Col. Wia. M. Voore.i-. who has
many years experience a Cndertaker, and
we iruarauUe satisfaction.
Special attention given to re-inter-
meut of boilles.
Office: South side of Public Square, at
H. W. Sauders' old stand; and open at all
hours, day or ulgnt.
TITCOIIB & TOWLBtt,
W. J. Whitthorne, vs. R. L. Mitchuer, et al.
In this cause it appearing from complain
ant s bill, which is sworn to, that R.
L. Mitelmer Is a non-resident of the
State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary
process of law cannot be served on him; it
is therefore ordered by me that publication
tie made in the Herald and Mail, a newspa
per published in the town of Columbia,
Maury County, Tennessee, requiring said
non-resident to appear before the next sit
tiug of theC'hancery Court, to be held in the
towu ot Columbia, Maury County, Tennes
see, on the 1st Monday lu October, ltf7, and
plead answer or demur to complainant's
till, or the same will be taken for conTessed
as to him, aud set for hearing ex parte
Sept. 8-187U. D. B. COOPER, C. & M
Bids for Hitching Prlvileg., Refreshment
Stands, fcc., at the Fair Ground, will be re
ceived at the office of the Secretary, until
b rtday, the 15th of September.
Sept. 1-187H. (JEO. CHILDRESS.
-: DEALERS JT i
Mddiciuos and Ciiemicals,
Fancv and Toilet Articles
SPONOES, BRUSHES, PERFUMERY,
WINES AND LIQUORS
FOB MEDICAL USE.
H iving made all necessary arrangements
with the largest Music House South of New
n, i iiiuiiun meparea to rurnlsti any
thiuK in the Music line t prices that cannot
be reached by any other house in the South.
My House deals in all the first class make
of Piano's and Mason and Hamlin's Organs.
I can undersell Nashville from one to two
hundred dollars on first class Instruments.
I offer inducements whieh will enable
everybody to own a Piano or Oran. Spec
ial inducements offered to churches and
schools. Write or call for cuts of Instru
ments with full particulars.
. E. YOEHT.
Telegraph Office or Box 123,
April 2S-(!iii. Columbia Tenn.
E It I F F SALE
PHYSICIAN'S PitESCKIPTIONS CAh'I'J-
FU LLYXOMP'JUN DEI).
South Mile I'ulillc Square, Co!unill, T unesse.
M. FRIERS ON
By virtue of a H la directed to me from the
Honorable Chancery Court of Maury Coun
ty, Tennessee. In favor of R. F. Bell, vs. C. A.
Doula-ss, I will sell to the highest and be-t
bidder, for cash, at the court-house, door, in
the town of Columbia, on Saturday the 30lh
liny of September, 1870, all the right, title,
claim and interest that the defendant, C. A.
Dougluss has in and to a certain tract or par
cel ot land, situated In the Start) of Tennes
see, Maury County, 12th civil district, and
iMiuiidc-d as follows: on the north by the
lauds ol Dr. Jordan and Hunter Ktltreil, de
ceased; on the south by the lands of John
D. Blakely: on the west by the lands of
Levi Nichols; fill tne south by the lands of
Edmund Wilshire, deceased; suppose to con
tain one hundred and sixty-five acres, and
levied upon as the property of the defend
ant, Lewis (J. Lanier, to satisfy this execu
tion. W. A. ALEXANDER, Sh'tf.
Li X O TJ O XL 3
FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES.
Prescriptions carefully com
pounded day or night.
I I fr Ires
asc ODiiio I
J. H. JAME3
.1 1 ll.ellt OI
By virtue of a fl fa directed to me from the
Honorable Chancery Court of Maury Coun
ty. Tennessee in favor ol D. B. Cooper, C.
M., vs. Mary J. Colquit, Cieo. D. Colipiit
and T. W. Kee.- e, I will sell for c-ash to the
highest and best bidder, at tho court-house
door, in the town of Columbia, on the .'leih
day of September, 1S7U, all the riht, title,
claim and interest that the defendant, Geo.
I). I'olijiiit has in and lo a certain lot or par
cel of land, with the Improvements thereon,
situated in the State of Tennessee, Maury
County, nth civil district, in South Colum
bia, and bounded s follows: north by Col
leixe street; west by Wilson Tucker's lot;
south by 1 r. James T. Akin; east by O. Dor
ris; containing one acre, more or less, and
levied upon as the property of said Colquit
to satisfy this execution.
W. O. ALEXANDER, Sh'ff.
II E It I F F SALE.
By virtue of a fl fa directed to me from
the Honorable Chancery Court of Maury
County, Tennessee, In favor of D. B. Cooper,
CAM., vs. S. S. Duggur, R. S. Foster and
.1. C. Hickman, I will sell for cash, to the
highest and best bidder, at the court house
dooi, in the town of Columbia, ou Saturday
Ihe 30th day of September, 1S7, all the
right, Utie, tdaim and interest that the de
feitdanl S. S. Diufuer has in and to the fol
lowing described tract or parcel of land, sit
uated in the State of Teuuesse,Maury Coun
ty, tith civil district, on Fountain Creek,
and iHiunded as follows: north by Carter
and Pullin; south by Jt. S. Foster; east by
Tomltnson and lusrnm; west by S. S. Dng
t:er; containing by estimation lot! acres, be
t tie same inoie or les, and levied upon as
the pro). city of said S. S. Hunger to satisfy
execation. W. A. ALEXANDER, Sh'ff.
In case of D. B. Cooper C. 4 M., and Be
ceiver, et al., vs. O. W. Rushton, et al., the
lol lowing real estate to-wit: beginning at a
rock by sour oakand black gum pointers;tlie
south-east corner of the Kirby tract, run
ning north SS!4 west 51 chains with
w. H. Passmore's line U a stake at
H. Passmore's narth-west coiner, south
S west Ufl-loo chains to a stake
in Brown's line; west , west 19 91-luO
chains with Brown's line fo a rot-k; south
89 ; east 57 57-100 chains to a rock; south 8
209 UW-laochains toa rock in achestiiutstump;
south l."rj-- west 4 72-1U0 chains to the beg lu
lling. Said land will be sold upon a credit
ot twelve months; taking notes with good
and approved security from the puschaser;
lien retained on same, ana sold lree from
equity of redemption.
In case oi J. J. Wilson vs. A. J. Walker,
all the interest of A. J. Walker, in the fol
lowing real estate to-wit: situated in Law
rence county, Tenn., on the waters of Crow
son's fork ot Shoal Creek, Little Buffalo mil
Chief i :reek, a detcrii -ion of which may be
found in the following entries, Xo. Xi and
low. In the name of James Nolen lor l!i0
acres .entry No. m aud 1677, in the name of
W. h. Plumnier, for H9 acres; entry No. fi
and 1750, in the name of J. H. Walker for 1H0
acres;, entry No. 45S and 1577, in the name of
John 11. Johnson for luo acres; entry No.
and 1517, in the name of Jam'es Nolen for
1H0 acres-entry No 4ti0 aud l.iy., in the name
of John Phillips for 125 acres: entry No. 459
and lotiti, In the name of Thompson M.
Moore for 191 acres; entry No. 459 and 15H9, in
the name of Thomas Wholly for 195 acres
entry No. 41 and 1572, In the nsme of W F
Moore for 191 acres- entry No 408 and 1573, in
the name of Wm. Bankesdale for 117 acres
entry No. 490 and 1574, in the name of Thos!
U. Voorhles for 190 acres; entry No. 247 and
k94, In the name of David Looney for 190
acres: entry No 446 and 1578, in the name of
Jos. Johnson for 190 acres; entry No. 408 and
1588, in the name of Lemuel H. Duncan lor
190 acres; entry 456 and 1575, in the name of
R. B. Moore for 191 acres; entry No. 4'W and
lo75, in the name of S. P. Walker for liHi
acres; entry No. 42and 15o7, in the name of
Logan M. Lee for 195 acres; entry No. 4ut and
1506, In the name of J.R. Wa'iker lor 190
acres: entry 407, in the na.ue of Win. J.
Voorhies for 71 acres; the interest, attached
being one-fifth interest purchased by said
Walker; will sell all the right, title, claim
and interest the said Walker has In the
above described tracts of land. Said land
will be sold on a credit of six and twelve
months; taking notes with good security,
bearing Interest ironi day of sale, ami Hen
retained; sold free from equity of redemp
tion. In the case of Maitha W. Kennedy et al.,
vs. James D.Porter, the following house
Hud lot to-wit: situated in the Hlh civil dis
trict of Maury county, Tenn., and bounded
oa the east by Embargo street; on the south
by a lot which belongs to Allermyer; ou the
west by a lot sold to Street; on the
north by an abey. Said house and lot or
1"?.,1Bh wi" 1-M;sti!',1 lopay aud satisfy said
debt of 82,8M.o0. The same will be sold upon
a credit of six aud twelve months, with
notes and good security beariii" int. re-t
irom date; lien retained upon said houae
and lot lor payment of purchase money;
same sold tree from equity of redemption. '
In the case of John W.Mayes et al vs
John W. Wiseneref a., the following real'
estate to-wit: situated in the 20th civil dis
trict ol Maury county, Tenn., beginning at a
rock on the north bank of Duck Kiver,
jKnoter and elm, south 25', Y :jj link-- 5.1
cast, nfU-eii and eleven links to a small pop
lar, Roberts corner; thence south ,i . 4j';
east 18 chains; thence south 1"; east 7 chains
and 73 jinks to a stake Roberts corner;
thence 89 l.y; east 2S chains and 43 links to
a beech Roberts corner; thence north 1
east 9 chains, 90 links to a rock, Rolx rts
corner; thence north 1,7'; east 2S chains
and 41 links to a stake, thence south 87 a'i -east
20 links to a rock, Huberts corner:
thence north ; , 21'; east 15 chains, 54 linlcS I
to a stone, Itobei Is coi ner; thence north v,
o.r; wesi in cnains, m links to a stone, Roll
ens comer; inelice north M , W,.K ;;2
chains SI links to the north of Coat Pa-am h
I lnt I'1V1.,. fl. ............ .1. . .. 1
,. ...... '. e up iik river lo ine Ot;
K.iiioun. .-ajit laim win be sold ui.n
r . o ' twelve aud eighteen mouths
...i.c, .-,,,11. ,,, iioiu me eipuiy or rcdeinn
tion, aotl lien retained on same for pur-
eua.-e money; noies n near interest at 10
lei eeiiL. liuill Ulllf.
Ti lt.nnli......( u- r .......
i, i . . , .. " :V' "oiiamsvs. i-jugenia
i i 7 i ' lonowing described house
...... ... ,, .-a,, civu district of Mmiii v
ci-iaiij , niiiii i lie corK'rale limits ol said
o,o, euuiHijuug auoui one nttn of an iare
aim isiuniieo on ine north by the Prcsbyte-
;;v.? "'oiinge lot auu nouse and lot of Vv
Viliianis; on the east by lot of Willmrm
............. . il, i, m, u i n ny tree street; west
by an alley separating It from Mrs. Mary
Mayes. Said house and lot will be sold on a,
"Uti i wo years; sold free from
equ.i ui icueiupuon.
In the case of A. B. I'athey, admiuistrator.
vs. j.j. cosier et a ., tiin i.,ii,,..,... ,i..:
-enoeu reai esiaie lo-wit: bounded ami de
scribed as follows: on tho north by J no o
Cook's heirs, ot al.; south by Mis. Fleming
nun i.iis. jjumunmou: ast r- smu ,....1
uihuy i.reeK.- west ov John H linn. .a.o ,,r
.-. uc ...i...r,iJ, calling ai nils ol-
uee. c-Hiti lanu will lie soltl upon a credit of
oi.ej-.uu yeai-s iree irom tlie equity of
ii.vi.i.ii,iii, note- wiin goou securnv, U-ar-
ing liiieresi irom dale or sale; lien retained
.oi uiucuiui purciiase iiuniey.
i u i ne case oi i.ane and Overton, vs. i . P
nocm nme, ine uuioM um re-i; esiiile to-wit:
iiitet oi niiiii in n:e pleadings incut iom- l-
-Hour...! i, fli. .-,,. 1 ..;..;! .1 j . .... '
o, 11 u miii-1 01 .o:iurv
l,luu'J Hojoiiiuig me land.- j . H i'.lau-
iou, ji.1,11 nuiicn ,111,1 ,,, eontainiDi.- 1-.5
....-r-. 1 nr ,ioo e uaci wi.i He sold upon a
credit ot one and two years, taking notes
iiu approved security from the purchaser
...... ,.(. .ei.imiiig a lieu uiHiii the
same lor payment of purchase monev sold
free ft 0111 etiiiitv of redemption. The above
v.o. 1 in i,e -oiu 111 one or more parcels to
eun me ... it lUi.-CI -, CIC.
In the case of Thomas S. Spi
era vs. William J. A-.i.i.-ii-oul:,
decribed real e-tnte to-wit : t i
the tract of land known as tie
of 1MB af res, or so ninon then
isfy complKiuaiit's debt, inii .
ine same bounded ou the 1101 1 i
of W. Armstrong, det-'d; on tb,
same and ( tie landsof A. J. Stan
ncer and otti
! he following
f ns u i;i sut--st
1 1 Ihe. luiid
ast by I hi
ll; on the
soui 11 oy tue i.-inu ot s. I . F-i r-on, dee'd
on the wtst bj- the land of Kj-mJii- Hie
same or so much as is iicccssitv to sati-fv
the complainant's debt, etc.Yiil I, e sold
upon a oieilit of six nionibs, vi;., interest
from date; notes with g((j se.-mUv wi I b,'
lequired of the purchaser; sol, I ltv from
etiuity of redemption.
In the case of B. F. Dowel 1 vs. n P I ed
betterandj. A. Irvine, tho i"..IoViii 'de
scribed tract to-wit: one of neii s mid
said tract of laud is sitimti-d i"i Mhpi v (uni
ty, Tennessee, district No. 21. on tlie ,,rlil
side of Duck Hivei. anil bono the
north by tlie lunilol j. Ihnis and I, w
libit k, John W. Caldwell ,o,d Vis -Vott
east by the lands of L. w. j,..,.k and t he
lands of R. P, Ledbetter; M.utii i ud v,-t In
by the lauds of John P. Brown the same
will be sold upon a credit of (,u, and iWo
years, except tne sum of iiv h ii.li -i ,ij.
mis ju C...-U. i win iseli die s:.
the equity of redeinpt Uin, anu
purc.iaser or purchasei-- not.
and approved security, an-i k
on same for pyanient oi purcti
Ue Ho 1,1 Ibe
inmg a lien
B. P. ltd
linn's of L.
Hi -Iter; v est
Vi". liliu U et
md will be
U S. c.Ncept
Ill the ciuse of I!. F. Dowcli v
better and J. A. Inine, the fo
scribed tract of land situated
county, Tenn., district No. 21. a:
and described as follow: eal by
W. Black and the Columbia lu
turnpike; south bv bind-of
by said Ltd i-.-: tei ; nor'b bv i
al. 1 his 1 1 act contain i tucn
sold on a credit of one tii., i w
tnesiirii oi seventy-It i e do"! ii -; to be paid ill
iunu .it-,- iKiiii uii'rii;i;t niiii foully ol re-
tieiiipiiou. iNoles M itb good ( uni , i,
liueiesi irom day ot sale v. lil b i t qi.u iil of
mo . in cmuse r, anil j;en i t i. lined lor tlie .av
ment of the purchase men. -y.
in i lie case ot H . II. Wbiioii v-. John
V , 11 . " 1 Wl" M"ll the i iterest of J
. uiviuiaiii in ine lonowing ri :tl e.-laU- lo-
n,i.rui,i,iil,i.i.itii-yi()ii,V) 1 : I L' COil-
iniiiui Mooui w acres, and bound, d i... foi
ios: ix 'giiiiiing at, a f lint on tin- south
iJiicK jiiver, u short di.-ian.-e abovt
iiiu iiiouui 01 me ni-ancii t in;., r," ii.lo tin
river above the mills, n.iiinu,' tin ne. 1.011I
10 ', west to a susMiln-..-; tin south s., , u-'
1 poles to a l;it;c, Coo- to a r, i ;, iioii
"'"' iiuirKi u ns a pointer; tin ne.- lonh
'' . " t-si i t poies to a large v. Idle, oak
thence south !, west .;s po!, s lo an eini
thence south 119 poles to a w Lite o,,. tb:-,.,
ceuar poimers. near .Mrs. Ji.mison ,ti,
ouiii.i.v line; l li ne? v, est Mi p..,.t Mkc
in B. 1-. Turner's cast boll i. dry line; tliciic;
.............. ...s ,, . j- ; ou-s a sialic on
the nortu bank oi'Dm-k liivei; lia tic- noiih
13 , cast iqi said river l-i poles to 1 ,e o.-'lii-ning;
also one acre of latin o., noi (, si,,
of th river, adjoining tliealuiiiiicut lo tin
nuns, itiiti on wiiii-ii n rst -,iaci ot ai d is sit
uated, some valuai le mill tixiiii. etc. Sam
i iim win oe sold fir cash i , i hi hi. best hid.
iu iuecase 01 . j;. I in al 1 s. Jrilstee. VS.
. r..t.ii,-i'iii;iw ,1 a,., tin- ioi!o in Iiact ol
mini lo-wit: begiiuiiiig at a s'ake a' th
north-wesi comer ot the h,t, ami a, so N. I
Chcails corner, soul Ii . casi v. nj, J
( heiiirs line hi., p. Jcs lo sal.i I i . airs' -,',', l,
ea-t coi ner; uiciic. same corn, r
all l.ss, jioies to lii.- cent r. ot ,,,
Bally Hi:I iik.-: tlit-uc,- t.i.;,
south 5 , east n. i olcs- them .- s
FALL & WINTER CLOTHING
TYLER & WALL
For Labor Business and Dress.
Imported Cloths, Cassimcii'S, and Vcsliiiss,
Which we Manufacture in the Latest Styles,
and guarantee satisfaction.
W. : i
ill o! -aid
J. Ine lioitti
i's plaiv, t ac
es to a -take
X.Ol t II 'J. . I list
t : I j s
. a -
west 11 o-lO j.oic-i to ,1.T.
norin-west corner; thein-e .
11 MO-lliO poles; ticiice so.i:
poles to a stake on the :,oi t
p.ke lo said w st corner. I,
east corner of Hush l hoiup:
north sir' , , west I'liiMMeu j
in N. F. I neahj.' line; them
II) poll s lo the beginiiiim:
acres. roods nne it w Sai.l
will be soui on a el-, ,;it (,f s!.v ni.i
cept t he s.nii ol -:Jihi. ca., :.; n ,i. s t
security, and :i. n ntaincd 1-. (
iiieiil oi purca-se mou.-v ; same sold
equity of redemption."
Ill caseof J.(i. WiMianiso.i s s. s. D.i"
ger et al., I will sell Hie loliow i... de-t-i i b, il
lea! estate to-i it: a tract or' pa-eel ol laud
lying and b.-m in Miuirv countt , ( j, il iis
trict No. ti, and on Ihe head wut. 's of l-ouu-taiu
Creek, and bouinli ,1 as loi s: on the
north hy tin-lands of Frank Uii l.i-.i ,l.-oii and
Iticbiii'tls n, and I e in 1 1 s oi Andr. v
Scot.", Jon, Hie cast Jjv j lio-. i'li.i, n and ihe
it-.rnpike, the land i,.iu,vi;v I., iotici..!. i,
thecstate or Jan;.:, 1 ; ic i o ,'isi ii . ,:','.i;on
tbesoutli by the land-, oi i in-s ,,! .Jai.n-s
Kicliardson, tie( d; on tie- , 1 lo Joe; Ji.
Stocks rd; c-oiiiainiiig in all . Im,,i. i 1 1 , 1 1 1 -died
ami thirty or forty acres. r-..id ho.d
will be sold upon a i icdit i I six and t m .1 ve
months time; note - will, two good s, cut 'tie.-,
will be requiri d of t ie j.uk iiiis. i s. an i In n
retained on same for naym. nt oi i.iirc! a-e
monev; soai nee Irom cdi
J. 1 Av
In the case of W. li. Wall;
iiu, a.liiiini.stiator, ( t a!., tne lo loum
line lo-w it: k':'Hi:,u, -
bitch on noithbaiik oil
the south-west corner ot
li'.ng thence south ss , east
a rocu, west ol a small so.lv oak; I l ei,
noniia'j .east :Michains, 41 links t
lu lane leadimi Horn Hem cn-ck In tlie Mu
i.t esnoro roiel: tin ne.' no, 1 a s- . i ' '..,i
i-bains; thence sou! ii to t in p. -m i: ... , : ,
tinning ,o a; r.-s mo:-, i.r a s .. I H
'.iiiiundtrr n:t' re. -I as bou.il.t ; Ti.i.
tratlon at a farm -al". ij i oi
sold lor c i-h fro.n tlie e. any ol
D. li. Cl " d'CK. C. i". M.
ELBOJOT DISPL1V OP BKfKWBill, IIMIEHHEI!
Hosiery Grloves, Valises?,
XJmli'elh is, Hciis, .T3ool.s, ftlioc.s
Handmade Boots and Shoes a Speciality.
DEALERS IN BAGGING AND TIES,
FINDLA-Y'S COTTON PRESSES, THE BIvOWjN COTTON
GIN, FINDLAY'S I X L COTTON GIN, MASSE Y'S
EXCELSIOR COTTON GIN, SOLICITORS
OF COTTON AND GRAIN
BD & lOl SSouth CJollcgc Street,
rsr -A. s ;h V i l
I Y OR
' OPENING !
Next Door to Tylor & Williams.
liniiittise ai rival of Xew d'ooiis, con.-i
1 33ry-Goods, Notions, Trunks, Boots, Shoos, Hats,
Ami an cinliess variety of
flannel, Blanlzct, Shawls ' Laces.
V, virtue of a n fa directed to me from the
Honorable Chancery Oourt of Maury Coun
ty, Tennessee, in favor of IX 11. Cooper, C. &
M.. vs. I. L. Dooley aud Jno, Ij. Dooley, I
will sell for cash, to the hTjhest and lest
bidder, at the court-house dor, In the town
of l 'oltimbla, on Saturday trie ynth dav of
September, 1ST6, all the right, tltlf, claim
and interest that the defendants have,"!!! aud
to the following descilbed tract or parcel of
liiutl, situated lu the State of Tennessee,
Maury County, 21st civil district, and
hounded as follows to-wlt: beginning at a
. . - 1 . i , . . i . i r 11.1 cul. 11 1 1 1 , 1, wintli.tt.uul ns-. .... p
of a tract of land conveyed by Benjamin I !V a sluK'.i,, J'1?.'.1 !wo Poles to a stone;
.... ...... , n o,w, nut- iu me. Deirin-
iilna; containing sixty-three acre, said
....i oi w .-oa.. iij. on a creun oi six, t wel v
iime; notes beaiinij
T. M. JO.NES. A. f. HICKKY.
In the case of J. S. Kenfro, adininistrator,
vs Mary Havis et al., the following describ
ed tract ol land to-wit: situated in th" i.th
civil district ot Mnnry countv, Tenn., on the
waters Adams Fork, ot Koiiniain i r....i,. i...
einiiitiR at a rock at Havid .Mills corner on
Powell Perry's line; thence east with 'said
Peny s line to liis corner, a small beech-
ill, T V - ---- . wi-M oountiry
line to a beech, corner of said mills north
boundry; thence north with said VI'.. n-' m..u
JONES & HJ.CKEY,
o. i -ni ' d
- t oiinty lit
. i-s Co.
5 'll'l.t. I2.V5
-. i. s"::!;-rEi:.
WM. J. AMUtKWS. r. R. BARKLEY
J. I'. S J KJlJ-.T.
S'ioce ,as t"
Col '.l ill bin,
Herndoii to Jshua w. Kllnatrlck. runninc
thence UIO poles to a white osk saplln, near
the bluff ol Luck River; thence east 20) pops
to a stake and pointer, in the west bounda
ry line of the Joseph Ilerndon land; thence
north with said boundary line UK) poles to
an elm, the south-east corner of said Kil-
patrlckantl jiitin snne Z'KI uunureti poles
to the beginning; containing one hundred
acres, more or less, auu nemg trie entrn
half ol a tract ol laud purchased by Philip
ik-liiirneofWm, II. Bunch, and levied upon
as the property ofthe defendants, J . L. lloo
ley, (ieo. W. I'"ur!eson and Jno. L. Dooley to
satisfy execution and costs.
W. A. ALEXANDER, Sh'g.
So'icitcro in Oi:
Will nrnct id' ill llln ('. ,lll 1 s oi M.a.n- and
Hickman Cdunll 's. ii Olhce.- W l it ( horne
BlOik. mm. 11
I lie large.-t stock of Clotliinir e ver seen in Coluiiiliin, which was bodi;liI ut
UaJikitipt sail-, tind at pricfs to a.-toiiisli tln worlil, wliicli Jte oilers t. ,(.
publiu tit a very small K.ivaiiee. JUlow we givo a few of tlie iiouro: A vi i y
l uyo Ijamllvt rcJiief at 5 cts; u number one cotet at Id cts; nil wool li inn. 1 L'ti;
1-' .-ivio'.s of the best thread fur 4i) cts, or :i noo's for in cts 1" t of pim ur
10 cts. JUx.ts jiuil Shoes od'ereil at bottom prices. Everything ol (he viry
bt-st make, aud will give entire satisfaction. (Jjii, k sales and mipiI! profit is
ur motto. M.,,t. i vis.7,;
and eighteen months
interest from date with
will he reii in red ofthe
rhuspix uin) liM,, r., ........ . . .1 .
......ut-,i upon sain land
lor i purchase money; sold free frometpiityof
..,,..,.. c i iai'1 oi land
aoove tract of
. VT,S (-
A N T)
- i , . - .- it (.J'.oe Hours:
Attempt to Place tb9 Gcuth unicr a KiU
Tlie (.'i-eatest cmtrnp; upon American
li!,( rty is'llio recent iT'ler of tho Secreta
ry ol" War in sending; troops to tlie South
tlie real purpose of comroliiiiit
e'ci'lions, ntnl forcing thent to lie
lor tlie II' jiulilicnn party, In any other
( oiM'i'iinient than this, such n cour?e
wonlil leiul to a revolution. Tho British
Secretary of War would not dare pon
;;ucli unorder. It would lead to liis :mne
iliate impeachment, if not dismissal from
llice. It is in perfect ltccpir.K with liens
ry S. 1" note's declaration in Ivist Tennes
see that ifTiltlen fdiouH he electetl by the
votes ot the Southern State.s he will not
l.e permitted to tle his seat. Tho ob
jet I in neinliti troops to the Seu'.h, and
in tippealinji to the Grand Army of tl e
Jo pu i, lie, ns (Iov Dix has recently dor.e,
i; to overturn KepubHcan iovortnuer.t,
ami establish ihihtiiry de.spoiiim in the
l.,n 1. Let the patriotic people ..,!' the
the North lav these t'lin? to heart. Tl.-y
;ire ar. tuiiili interested die. .-,:,.- j
tary (iivpotism once etftiih'.ishcd i'.l
teial itself over the wh !e titiCi, sootier - r !
1 -iter all scin.d.'iiis e of free -:overijiiiei:t i
A Eof11-32 Vlow of
Coluiiiliiis OJ Cor. N. V. T.ll,u:ie.
What have you to say of the probable
renultsV tlie reader may auk. I oucM not
to say Ht-ythihg, for three tla's in the
State a glimpse at. tk Heserve, mhi,,
la.'k on the curs, and a few interviews
with politicians here do net tui ni.-'ti
much material to base prediction;! hi d .
I wii! venture to give it us my jiid.emcnt,
I-oHcver, louiiib'tl on a somewhat ititimnte
knowledge of Ohio politics gained in f .n tn
er ears, and on the slight observiilitins
of my pioseht visit, that the success of
tl:t; KepuViican State ticket is pretty wi i!
nssured. I fear, however, that the major
ity will not he large. It cau not he as
small as last years meager o.OUO. It
ought to roll up into the thirties or forties
and will in November when it is a tl.rei t
ipu'stioh between Hayes and Tildeh.
There is plenty of time between now and
tho l Ictebi r election for the canvass to
assume a more stirring phage, bj! I giv.
tbo indications as they now appear. 1
c.-inl. ss to some anxiety us io me i our.-c
of the Oi-rinatis. They saved the Statv
(tirliayes in 175, and, il it le true that
thev threaten to oppose the Republican
ticket because of Mr. Barnes' te:np-.r-
. , . . . i i
ante ews, n.t-n t:.ere :s canger a'leiid.
Administrator's Ho tic 9
Hiiviiii; liivu ouiilirti'd ns Adni' n i.- trnToi
wit h t be will a linen (1 of Willii, in Hawkins.
tit ci'iiseil, 1 hereby notitV ail p-artles indebt
ed to the t--1ate to come forward mid aiMkf'
sctlleiticnt, mid those huviim cbiiniM utainsl
said istnte to tile them within the time pre
scribed by 1m w. .1. W. KK1KHSON.
s.-pt. 'Jii-is.t). Adininistrator tlr
Porter, Bryan, & Alford,
v,';:,;. sa.e I.), a'.crs ta
TOBACCO and CIGARS
P.-.-.pr,-: lis oi ii..- C l-..!irn,-d
A AMI VII.LS:.
IIr.rd-.vare, " (inns,
Aud agents lor all kin
Agricultural Implements !
And agents for tbe lollowlng K'-llable
Insumi ice Cotiipiiines:
STATK, ... Nasliville.
I-IIMMKKIIAI., - Nashville.
PLA N i Kit's, - - inputs.
FARM ERS ANi) l'Ki V Kits', I mlsviile, Ky
I'K.NN, - - I'hiiuiKlphiii, Pa.
CITIZEN, - - Newark, N. J.
Will write ristts nt liberal rates. Those
desiring iiisi'iiince will tlnd It mit.lnil :i to
their interest to tlve us a call nov l!l-7i-ly
.1 Ull" J'l .1-
ml':. i, Tenn.
: -. above Po-t lllicc.
'il! oil to all business
:i hi:y of tin- Courts ot
-. and ii '1 .iol ,i ing Cou .die's
, . 'in cil's of all kinds, at-
JOHN T. J L .
it .nip iii
lit .-j-riiic Hill every
W. F. Tl'CKEK
T, F. TUOKER,
( Ol lll!
I r I -a;,--!i.f
; - l ornt-r l'ulilir Stjoare,
i. - - it:xt;ssi:t;
in Cotton and a'l kinds of pro
, i a. I vanc- s made on goods in
Aii. rhisaiit Afiuimv.
..MALE AM' I L.'
o:u, a. n..
ichtiion.l College and I'll! versity ol
,s-,..i! coiuiiicueeM Sept. Jill, mid
'!.'., 11"!:. l-i'colid si-s-ion ctun
i.i:i a'.ny ntid end- .tune Mil. A
l i i..:i"si.. lassiral and .Mi'themut
v(. w ,,i I.,- ti'.Ual.t. Single lllld lloll-
:V 1 k-l;--i'Sr.g tiiiulit by the
;'. ,i spi chii ! nture. Vbe niu-ic lv.
! ti ui be co,.t timed under the suc
, .naiieinei.i ot .Miss Aiattie Hern
Hll iin; aud 1 l M Wl : g til depend (.'II
;c . 1-..-V ol li'-ln.ili.l. A luil I'lti ;s ol
L t-c sustained in Ihe l.iterary
Kaics. twenty weeks, from
lal. Col. I llmellt P-el.
l-l 1. K. 1:.. 1(1 l llltll.
- w i .
nu n :
Ilursuant to decrees rendered at the April
leini, l.-Tii. ol the Chancery Court at. Co
lumbia, Tennessee, J will on .M(nday the
Sith ol October, lsn, sell at public outcry, at
the court-house, door, In the town o: I olitm
bia, the following described l iil e-liite. town-
in the case of lSe.ckner .V Co., vs. J. I..
Thoiiipsoii.et al.pSitiialed in the-M civil dis
trict of Aiuury County, Teniitssee, and
bounded as follows: beginning a! the south
west corner ol the entire tract, in J. Ai. hos
ier's line; thence north !l , w est 7ii a-ln poles
to a white oak stump, under the bhui t.
Ciii ter's i reck: thence wui, in,' mi aimers t'f
said creek, north l.i , e.-i-t 1', pnje.-; tlience
liorl il 7', i . West IS l-ill poles; tllellce llorlll
27", poll's, wrl I'1 poles, crossing tin. rail
road; ineiu'C norm K' , e.tsi 1. 1 o.cs; lui-nce
north 7u , east (-:!, poles: thenc- north !"...,
west 1 1 'i--lii poii s to u white nsh iointer.
on the west li-ink of l aitci's Creek, it being
I he .-oul h-west conn r of lot No. a; thence
eiiht 17 poles lo a rock: tlienee south 14 2J10U
jsnes to a rock; llieiiee west L'u jioles to a
rock; thence south 51 ti-ln poles to a rock on
the south side of a spring branch; thence
north ', east 10 2-10 po'cs to the center of
a spring; thence south ti'j , west iUHii-U)
poles to a rock lu the Foster line; thence
ns'., , west -t poles to the beginning;
containing l"i acres. Said land will be
sold upon u credit of 6 and twelve mor.lhs,
taking notes with approved security; same
soltl free from equity of redemption, and
ben retained for tlie .payment of purchuge
In tlie case of Waller Parker, Ailmtnlstr'
tor. vs. John L. Parker, el in., the lollowlng
described lot to-wit: situated In tho town of
Ml. Pleasant, lying on the north of Main
Street, minting said street 1 leet; the sume
is known K-s the old tavern lot, purchased by
f.. O. Cross from the I haiicery I'ourt lu
the above case, on the Mil of LVccin her. l.smi,
anil tmrchnsed by -aid Cross. Said liousp
and lot w ill be sohi upon a credit of six and
twelve months, witu interest from tlate.
lie will take notes Wll il two (.'dod securities.
md lien retained upon the uousc and lot
lor the piivmt nt oi purcnase money; same
sold fiee Horn equity of redemption.
Iiv virtue of the authority in rne vested
bv tlie will of Middleton Hill, deceased,
w"hich has been liroperly probated in the
Countv Court of Maury County, I will ou
Satnrdnv, Ck-tober 7th, 187ii, sell to the high
est and best bidder, at the residence, the
place on which he resided at bis death, be
ing situated in (he 4th civil district of Mau
ry County, about 7 miles south-east of Co
lumbia; bounded on the north by theestate
of Michael Lancaster; on the east bv
Silver Creek; on the south by O. F. W'rlglit
and V. H. Lancaster; on the west by Wm.
Ihynnt; containing annul lnu acres. '1 here
are about H0or7liacres under cultivation; the
principal part ol which is bottom laud, the
rest w.lt timbered, and a considerable por
tion rlnclv adapted to cultivation. The
place is about l'2 mile from Hurricane Sta
tion, on the N. I). K. 11., and tlie 1. U. V.
It. 11. passes on tho oppostto sldo of Silver
Creek. It is in very gootl repair, and there
are ten thousand cedar rails upon the place,
which 1 will sell along with it. Within
mile is a church, school and mill. The
place Will be divided into two part, which
will be put up and sold separately, and then
it will be sold as a whole, and the way in
which it brings UK' greatest amount shall lie
tlie valid sale. 1'ossessiou will bo given
Jan. 1st, 1877, but permission will be given
the pui chaser lo sow wlttat, &c, ns soon ss
the present crop Is gathereil. Terms, 12 3
and 4 veins, Irom Jan. 1st, lsi, with interest
nt tlpor cent from date; notes being re
iUired of the purchaser, with two good se
curities, anil a lien Will also be retained up
on ibe land until tlie payment ol the pur
chase monev no cash payment required.
Aug. ll-ls,ii. W. T. HALLO WAY,
Administrator dc Uoni non.
II 15 R I F F SHE,
l'.y virtue of a n fa directed to me from tlie
llouorbie Chancery Court of Maury County,
Tennessee, in favor of I). 11. Cooper, V, & M.,
vs. John 1.. nuiru, runny j. ixiwen, j.. ti.
I'.nii. i and Teniiie M. Kimeer, I will sell for
cash, to the highest and liost bidder, at the
eoui t-hoiise door, ill the town of Columbia,
on Moiulav, the 2d day of October, IK76, all
the right, t die, claim and interest that the
defendant John L. Baird lias in and to the
billowing described tract or parcel of laud,
situated in the 9tli civil district of Maury
County, Tennessee, aud bounded as follows:
on the north by White; on the east by
1 uck ltiver; south by D. J. Kstes; west by
the lands known as the place of Mrs. M.
liaird, deceased: containing 120 acres more
oi less, mid levied upon and to e sold as
the property ol John L. Baird, to satify said
Ii la and cost; sale within legal hours.
W. A. ALKXAAI1KK, Sb'fT.
Uy W. O. WlTilEitsi-ooN, I). Sh'll.
. .......... ... j.in.n mi; ciiuiiiilOU, that is
Sum i I tin i- .,.u , I... ............. . . 1
v . tini oi using io tu-r
. ..'-" ... ,ru ucic.s oi i ne
ianu uunug iitir natural life.
T . I - . . . . . f T
1 o i nt; c.i-e in .i . n. cccii et al., vs. Mai v A.
. i...oi loin on -,-is, ine lonowing propti-tv
V . . " -lvl1 district ot
........ j o" ii,),i" i.ietownoi Mt I'icasant
and b inn, led and described as follows- be
ginning at the nort h-west of the lot run
ning tlienee l: ft et to a stake; thence south
west Ilia feet to Spi jug street to the begin
ning, nam ianu win ne sold upon a credit
... .s.iv ...... , c. vc iiioiuns, tuning lion s with
perscual security, and lien retained on same
MisiTuirini'ii iMyiiirni. nam tract or par
cel it: ianu win oe soui lree Irom equity of
In case of W. T. Ioore vs. II. if. and J. I
Jaiiiison, I 'it- loilowing describtsl tract or
parcel ol bind lying in Maury countv, ;ith
en ii ui.-iiici near uic eastern margin of the
cuy oi loiuiiinia, sum hounded as follows
on ibe north by the lands of the heirs oi
1...1H.-1 1.....VU iii-ceiiseii; on uin s ui Ii and
eiu-t . ianu.- oi w.j. Anderson and wit,
ou ine nesi ov an alley and the bin. I- ..r
IO 1 A ...1.... .... . . ' .- . ..... ...
n.j.niiui-iMiiiiiiiiuiiic, etal.; colitailiili"
4 and one half acres; being Ihe same lot cou
veyed by Hugger to Jamison. Same sold
upon ci. -in. oi si.v an,! iweive months; t wo
nines wiiu goou securities, beming inter, st
frcnidiiy ofsaledupercent.i; lien retained
and sold free from the equity of redemp
tion. In the case of Willis K. h rierson vs. Jt-se
IL F.l.geraltl, the following described tract
of land to-wit: lying and being in Maury
county, State oi Tennessee, ami bounded us
follows: In ginning at a hickory in west
iKiinidry line ol A. V. P. Tliurmaiis hind
being A. Ciay's south-east corner, running
west with said boundry line to M. 11. M.-ivi s'
cast hound ry line; thenc,. south with said
line to the north-east corner ol a truci for,,,.
crly owned hp ; thence with .-aid
southern hue south to the north boim.irv
line ol Kwni and I'raig; thence cast with
said line to a walnut, the corner ,,f the
Bingham tract; thence south with Crai"'s
line to a beech on the hill, north-west corn
er of land ol Henry Fields; thence east with
his line to a beech on side of ,i loll- in........
north with N, K. Fitzgerald's line lo a large
poplar stump, thence east with bis line to a
poplar; thence uortli with his liue to a laro
jioplar, on the top of the hill, the iiorth-wi.f
corner of said Fitzgerald in the nouth
line of said Thurman: thence w...i u-,u,
jiiiiiiiiiiu n uuij iu ma e-ouiii-wesc core.
thence north with bis line to the b"i,niii'i
t.. i .... uluu, t -rfiii .... .. . . .-.".iim
imna,i,i'. ., atli-n. OlllU laild Will
ue mjiu u-. s . MJX anu twelv
months time, except the sum of $itM j
casn; appiuveti i't-is,niai security on said
A. 1U. L( Hi.NiiV,
Anil Solicitors lu t
Nov . Col
it mi :
ColUIllbill, Tt'lllll ssee.
Okkick: (In West Main street,
occupied by Thomas Jc Liiiiiett.
J uue oU-tmi,
loi inei ly
ill sell and deliver promptly for cash, by the Car Load, or Small bmtilii v ,
umberland, Pine Hill, & Cahawba IVJs
FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURES GIVEN
Fur Convenience to lii.s Customer, lie litis opened an Odi ((i
CiEOKOE C. TAY LOR.
K. 11. S.VXSU.M.
TAYLOR & SANSON
Attcrceys at Law aal Solicitrs ia !
Kmim of Dr. A. H. lirown's OIHce in Wliittlioi tie's JMuek.
leave or semi voiir onleis. "Y.iM
practlee 111 .Maury and ad :oi u i iiv(
s. alld III 1 In Sll ,1 -lit,- alio I . .1- 111
at Na-liviib'. sp.-ct-d .-. 1 1 1. 1 :
to t be collect ion ol claim-, ir.ti!
THE LARGEST FIRE SURPLUS OF lV COMPANY.
-IN T1II5 VOKI,A
kick: North Mam st:
J. WAI.KF.K (IPKC
coud door fid
jan. L'NI I i-l S7(i
n.s. i no .ii 'son.
GREEN Si THO?SPSON,
ATTOltNKYM - AT - I..VW,
Will practice in Ihe vniiou.-i courts oil
Maury and ad joi niug count n s. r. ty SiH-ci-il
attention given to collec ions.
Wc Hold Thee Safer
R OY A h
jno. v. wiiiciirr.
nl KoliellorH In
Se-Ollic.e Whittlmruo P.locli.
J. II. IdCW
AT - LAW
INSURANCE - COMPANY OF UVKItPOOL ENGLAND
Jiiauager: JOUW li. mcLAJ.tEJy., Esq., at Liverpool.
4 in, 414 ::
u p-.-t a i is
.n...a ... I 11 lu, r... 1 1 I ..f .1...
iiiiu-nni" --i v. ... utu i.iircn.'iser ,r
urcnasein, nini iieu leiained on said lu id
f (111 KU l.l I.
Or payineui oi purcnaxe money. Said land
I A 1 , 1U
1 1 1 I ,
a i t s I i
; tu n
1 H t:
...;n i -me. Taft's eidt r
Miuttcrins- of tho coniinc stoini. Can
Northern people permit it? I cllLi'iu
, le t Tilden hy a majority of Northern
vot.-s, and all tlsirtjri r of a mil, tary rule in
lit tin end.
...i t i
' e' -IK C
thai 1 ,
In the a-e of Mr-. Nannie Moore by next
friend, W. Frank Moore, vs. John A. Walk
er the loilowing tract or pareel of land ly
ing and being in the "Jtnh ctvll district of
Maury Countv. on K.ilheifonl creek, and
lving on lite west 1 link of said creek, at an
.., a..,, running wini me cou'i-iiomti ill)
of Aaron Cunningham ami Solomon Heron
made between them by Samuel Polk; north
J i poles 'o ii poplar i
Polk's '-''- acre -I-'
Frmlti.n s Hie-, a Vi te "
free- I h, -r -or.tli w',: -aid
l,.i ,:..!... .ns.-ii,g ). O'-rsi"- 11
to an ii-h. o:i ' ;
t lieli'i- west 'ell
; 1 ;
"I api-r ul
i ..n : v l ii! ,
; Ma.liv I
I day : '. i
' ili in 1. 1 o
' V lli be 1 1
' loi In
j s. pi.--
; held 1 11 t I
.lity, 1 c'.i In ss, nn (j,,.
ober, ls''i. nini plead ioisttcr o
oin pin ni" nt s t.j ; t ia- s.i.
.-il foi con le ed as to him. am
ri ,ig x pui I e.
. 1'. 1!. OX'I'I K, C 0. :.
list in i.
ng Hlimit r"r"' "
l.l c;.o:i a cr-si I
. i l rom the tiav of sa
, I i-.i-t dav t .ltfJiia-y i
j j,s-..s .'. of :! pi ''!
no:.-- v. , i . ia i"i-l -i
tain, 'i 1 iiyn.eiil '
I Same -o,'. !i -. fr-iui f
1 Said land m ul be -old i
.a is, lo si. it pun ti.l.-l'l, .
let may t bink l ev
I t' poles
r I :eck;
t-- l-l U ci-n--'.i:,t
in'.d -wi:! l.e
lie aiid n 7,-a-t-,
v hian ttaie
wl.'. be glv.-n: I
'J. ..pu 1' n re
; ri'!iase- to, ti.'v-. J
r.l re-len. mi - -T. . '
u ' -t e or n,-.r. i m
is the I lei ii m.tl ins-
tbe ll.telel ot tl
w r h lull
V. xt. I.I
pai l ies.
Sm : " . "
V. U. COOl'LIl, C. 0c M.
Ipirsuant to decrees rendered ut the April
u i in, l-7i, of ine t haiicery Court at Co
nnnbiii, Tennessee, 1 will on Monday the
2-"it h day of Septemlier, IS7H, sell at public
outcry ut the couit liouse door, in the town
of Coiumb a, the following described real
estate to-wit: in the case or li. h Wade, ad
lninistialor, vs. Lucinda Hunt et al.: the
fo.loM mg described Intel or parcel of land,
sit anted in Maury county, Tenn., civil dis
trict No, and surrounded by the lauds of
A. W. Potter, '&. M. Iirake, et al., containing
Us acres more or ! --s, and more fully tie-
scribed by exhibit, tiled ill this cause. Said
bind will be sold on n credit of six and
twelve months, with notes bearing interest
from day of sale witli approved security aud
lien retained on said land for payment of
putchiise money; said land will.be sold
free Horn tne equity oi reoernpuon.
Iu the case of Alvls Williams, admintst ra
ter, vs. If . J. Cox, et ul., the following real
estate to-wit: ht ing lot No. 2, of a tract of
land soUT by decree in this court,
and purchased by W. S. Cox; containing
aloil! ui urn-, -:m,ii'-. .u i uc ix-rryvn.e
rotid. and bound.! by the lands of Mrs.
lloi'e Jenntntnet A plot of the above
,',if: Teed land w:l! be exhibited on or liefore
dav ot sale sold hind will lie sold up
on a ire. lit ol six. twelve, eighteen and
in n". -tour n.on' except the sum ofJiVl.
in. isii Tlie purchaser or purchasers will
be ri-'iire to ( xi -cited notes with gr.tul iecu-ri-.i.si.d
the ptirehusc money. The wiid
i-,i. s eel r interest Irom day of side, until
pai l, nml ben retained ou said land for
i.a i!ieiit of purchase money, interest and
co-';, same soid lice from equity of redeiup
Will be sold free frpm equity of' redemption
in the case oi i. w.j ones vs. John A
Kevier et Rl., ine lonowing tlescribeti real
estate to-wu: in ine couniy oi .iiaitry, stale
of IViineHsee, i,.ui civil uistrict, and bound
ed as totlows: oegi lining at an oak log w ith
sour-wood pointers, iiinning thence ill
Wesi -Id IMIie:- 1,1.'. ni'iir, vtllllll. OiHCK glllll
and hickory pomlei; inence Idi csst,l j oh-s
to a stake iu ine iiuuuie ot the road w ith
hickory pointers; inence in a south duct
tion 112 poles to Cou titter's corner; thenc
west Hill pons io in- coiner in j nos. (J rimes
line; thence with t iriiues' line Hi iioles to his
corner; thence with ins line in poles to Wm
I'loweis- corner; inence with line, east two
poles; thence nort ii -u poles, east M2 poles,
norm ii pities, ei.-i ,,ie?., uorin u totes,
east :" pilis to F.d Martin's corner; thence
with his line, north one pole; thence east 7u
poles, south w put s, ea.-i n poles, south li
poles, east 11 poles, soulli 7U , east 2J poles,
east 10 poles, south poles, cast pedes tt
James lUiiius' line; thence south with his
line 70 poles lo the uegiuuinu; containing by
estimation, nsl acres, mine or less. I will
first sell that portion on oi the west end of
said tract oonveytti ny .. J. I'ugn to Susau
Kevier; bounded on nol t h by liruee Kirk;
ou the eiL-l by ti. L. liainey and Polly
Thomiison; on the south by James 1 lay is;
on the wti oy -. J. i-ugn; containing
alKiut lut) acres, and if tiiat is not enough to
satisfy said Judgments, then I will sell the
remainder or enough to satisfy said indebt
ness. Said land will be sold upon a credit
of twelve and is months lime; notes with
approved security, and lieu retained upon
same lor paynieni oi pait:n.-ise money; said
land will Is.-sold free from equity of re
demption, In the cast" of Samuel .J. Iftticrts c-x'r , and
W. O. Kolwrt- vs. Mattie M. K'.berts et ai., I
will on the "Jath day of September, lsyt;, U
the court-house dts-r, in the town of Colum
bia, sell to the highest hid. ler, the tiact of
land mentioned and cie-crilied to-wit: a
tract of i acres, situated in -JhHi civil dis
trict ol Maury county, and hounded on the
norlti by S. J. Itobci Is. on the east by the
heirs of W. ' i. ltoberts, deceased: oh the
south by Mrs. F.lizsnelh Harwell, dower
tract: on the west by Mr-. C. IL Unbelts.
Saiti above described tract or s., much there
of as will sati-ly judgment aud cost, will he
sold for cash.
VV. P. HOWELL-
.! .torse; at Lur anil S:li:;t2::-ihiso
COLUM lil A, ti;n N I .--i:i
Special at lent ion given lo the collection
of claims. OIHce: Whitthorne I. lock. jaiiHy
J. B. BOND.
ii. a. u h;::u:-
BOND & ROGERS,
Attorneys at Law,
Columbia, Ten uess.-c.
Will luactice iu Maury and adj.
C. W. WITHERSPOON,
Attorney - at - Law,
Will attend with promptness to all Lewd
Business intrusted to his care iu Maurv
and adjoining Counties. Strict at lent ion to
collection and settlements of all kinds.
T Oltloe W hitthorne Block. Jan. Il .)y
Total Assoti in the TJniteil States
lEt. SurPius' alter dedactinn; JAW JUm ' of oviry
Losses Paid since orjjaiilzatio-j
i-h ill ll'ink of LI vei pool and ol her Ban ks
lia'aiit-es in ha litis of A gen Is, at Branch Otlic-
la-h til I'rinel pal (llllee
Ih-rd Instate owned bv I'ompanv Ino enciinilio JncJ.J
British, l.idiaii.and n.loni'il Sl,-;s, Shines,. lnil iuuis'o
in, a,!. it value S., l.IIL"! .iii
I'liii- d Stales Bonds (market value il.s's.sp v;,"
'-IM-U anu 1.01KIS01 i .in iHirai ion Him i,me ...i.i
, and in course of t raiisiiiission.'
I by Coin pun y
ns security lor cash aeliiab
.r. MI.4HI 17
i si,;. ,,''!
nr.,-. I 71
S.1II s I
i.ii ;, .,i 7i
loaned (market value ff,,i7,.CJ
i. o. ins on iioiiii.s auu iiii ig.ti;.-, nisi i utr'.K r 'i 'ii iiT', ., ,
Uin r s -ciired Loans, M4.-oru.id liilcrcsl ,s.u- tco ,'Mil(l) and IiriVnU-Vbl','
Total, Assktu m
Nui.i.unry or I .n He
.. . .... ...... ... ,-,, , tI, tMil.slan, llnir risks
isil, 1-11, less 1-11, HJI 17 not
I '.Mm i im
Net Fire Surplus at luiu ket vu'.i,,.
extcuditl in Company's sli j.m(.n t
.,,nvi, in ; j
ls,l'l, l-" II')
'. IS.IIU'I, l.t I II ,
M rire Iscoas cf C'jnrn-f ....
Units! Stite3 lacsae during 1375, - - -
All lo-scHofthtsd ..pHrtm. ul paid by us without id,
JJAIIBEF. & CASTLEMAN. Mann
' jvi ick: S. K. t or
J. J. ELAM,
lenceto l.ivcipiH.I or . l.-.cwhci
crs Sotitlierii 1) purl inent.
Main, and Sixth Streets, Louisville, Ky.
JOSH G. BAILE Y. E-e.
V . 11, liaunon.
et al., vs. James A.
P. H. SOUTH ALL, Jr,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
Gtf-Special attention given to collections
Okfck: WhitthorneBIocfc. june :-Istu
I. HCOHLS, JU.
A. M. HCOHLS..
A. M. Hughes & Son,
i ui- ciiu.-e n appearing io me
i-oiiiplaiiiaiit s bill, which is sworn
i ijt ( (cieimaii i , j aines i . 11 ugnes 14 a non
resideiit ol tne State of Tcniiessx-.v, so that
die ordinary process of law cannot be
M-rvol upon I: i in - it Is therefore ordered by
met hat puiilieation Is miide for 1 consecu
tive weeks in the II. -raid and .Mail, a le-us-pap.
r published in Ihe town nl Columbia
.Maury County, Tennessee, ivqiiiriiig saiti
tlel, -iida.it to be and appear liefore the Wor-
iiiplul County Court of said County, on the
Hist Monday in October, l.-Cti, nml plead, an
swer or. lemur to complainant's bill, or in..
same w in oe omen ior couiehseu us to him
..... .w .... ....... .u(g bA'ai ir,
A. N. AKIN, Clerk,
lohit T. Williamson, Attorney.
Solicitors in C
Will practice in the Conrts of Mam
adloiuiiig Counties, a i l Supn n ,. an,
end Courts al Nashville. Ihe -ttn-t
tention will le given to all bush,,
trusted their care. Oillce "-out !. Si-J
Main St.. IM door from IbeSquaic. ,'ai,
Having been qualirlcd as Administrator
v. Mil the will annexed of Jas. If. Thomas,
deceased, I hereby notify ail parties indebi- i
I to t he estate to come forward and make I
-i 1 1 lenient, and t hose having claims iigul n-t
it to tile them within Ihe lime proscribed by
htiv. K.D. SMITH.
Sept. M-l-Tii. Administrator.
The hardest and
S. 3. BKN32TO3T & CO., Gcn'l A'ts,
NASHVILLE - - TENN.
First NatonirJ Sank
Of I'olumhiM, leuii.
DOES A (JK.NEKAE r.ANKI.M)
AN L EXC'lIANtJE JSl r.-T N Ess.
Lucius I bis H30.v .Cash ler.