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HERALD AND MAIL.
t'riilnjr Mornlus;, Nrpirmbfr 2, 170.
HOW: SAM'L J. T1LDM,
OF KEW YOKK.
HON. TMOS. A. HEf.DSlUKS.
JAMES D. PORTER,
' von CO.NUKKSS,
HON. W. CrWHITTIiORNEi
of Maury County.
VOli STATE SENATOR,
W. D. FULLTON,
The Brooklyn Eagle ia worthy of the
proud name of tho emblem bird when it
l;u s this noble compliment to the "im
mortal W. C. Whitthorne:'' "He has
earned honor in History, fok as
1r.no as this land shall have a
IllSTOKY, ON ACCOIiJST OF THE COCR
AfE, TENACITY, AND VIVID INTELLI
GENCE WITH WHICH HE HAS KEPELL
ED.ALIKK THE THREATS AND BLANs
I'ISIIMENTS OK ENTRENCHED RINGS,
WHICH, WiTU THEIR MEN AND METHODS,
li K HAS rl'T IX THE 1'ILLOKY Ul CONS
UK MNATION FOREVER "
Hints Jeans will be the fashionable
.loth after the 10th of October.
The County Convention to be held on
t tie 7th of October promises to be a full
s.tid fair representation ot the people, and
v believe that no true Democrat will
.!'j"ct to its actions.
;-n. Maney litis at l ist come out in a
,.iril announcing himselt as a candidate
I' ir Oovernor. We hoped that General
Mniiey, upon serious reflection, would
n iire from the canrass, and not disap-ji-iint
those who loved to honor him in
l:..s none by. lut the laint hope of
i in Governor was too strong a temptas
'Kin, and he has at last succumbed.
On the 27th, at Louisville, Ky., Ten
liroeck, in his contest against time, made
four miles in 7:15 3-1, or 3 seconds
'nicker than Followeraft's time, and four
i i iiii'i.s lc than Lexington's at New
ib-:msin Is.Vr. This is the best time
. 'I i (cord. The owner of the horse, Col
ii.-ii-per, has iicen offered $120,000 for
li.ii. It is a little remarkable that the
h-.rso Ten Urooek was named for the Cr?t
f vner of Ijexirjrton, when he made his
i.niKins record. Al I'biladelphia Gov.
." (:: in the tr.iUini: rin;j, bciit Dlack
v,.n 1 Jr., the bra Tennessee horse,
'i'lirii: wi re eight entries, five started and
ii.icl;wnoil Jr. won second money. Beth
i I' '.In sc horpos had i.ride better time.
i i.e zeal, em-rixy, sound discretion aLd
. :.'.iom which John 15. liond, the
. m tirmaii of the County Executive Coin
i.',t:c; of the Di niDi-ratie p:irty, is diss
i l i i:jg in the present campaign, is to be
i intended by every good man. Col.
t'ci iju r and Maj. Williamson did well in
i allium the mass meeting which ratified
I. . ir appointment of the present Exccu
iiwlVinmiiti e. The cry of "ring" and
"i !iinc" was K.roior hushed by their ac
tion; for it wr.s the action of the people,
;md not of any few men. The Committee
is composed of thoiougMy representative
men; tncy :ir; nil live, active and ener
V.eiic, and their appointments on the eub-i-'iinniittees
throughout the county have
I. en good. Munry County has ftl
v. i's been Democratic, and under the
present management, will roll up a big
majority in November. The appointment
i.f County Electors to canvass the county
l . a good idea; and wo are glad that nil
.ii them have expressed a willingness to
gp wherever the people call for them.
'i'lie large increase? of crime through
i -lit the whole length and breadth of this
.on;.'iy is truly alarming. It isimnos
. i'..!.: I( pick i'p an exchange either frcm
-he North or South, but that we find it
. In . mil h s the commission of some crime,
. :...iiiiit either the laws of the .State or of
I he nation. In the mo.-.t civilized portion
: our country and where society and rc-o-io-i
ought to throw around the people
Mif.' guard, the must heinous of t rimes
;,io committed, such ns Murder, Arson,
W.ipe, uiih a. boldness that eharac-
l, (" o il iue ilarii ages."
1 Lis utter liisivcard ol the laws ot our
. . 1'iirv is to be deplored, and is entitled
i' e attention of not only the lnw
iii.m. i'j. and law enforcers, but to tho
i.i onle at I. line. Wn must first, like
the skilltul l'h'. sicuxn, see where the
e.oiso is, and apply the remedy with a v:g
r, thai will force those clieti'Icrs to res
i .iui.o that tiiis is a couutiy not to Le
;ovi rned by force, lilackstone lrya
..-.mi the proposition tliut, "It is not the
Vonishmeiit, that deters crime, but the
. . italnlv of it." and like many other
proportions!, the products of hia fertile
1 .i i ii. it has become iui axiom, and
i!. i ret.. re not to lie disputed, lint we
i ..i.eeive that there is a greater cause
ii: in the non-enforcement of the laws,
uhieh breeds crime in this country;
'l In le is no surer sigu that the body
l-oii tie is siik than the increase of crime,
i :-i U ubhcati paitj which has been in
. .1 i r !r years has wholly In: led to
our oii i pen the troubled waters, and to
i i ;i e ilu.t confidence throughout the
!; i d, that is expei-lt d. We look around .
i ii i'I sides, and tee corruption in high
! ,i ( s. Men who bhouid he entitled to
i ie h'gu rigurd of the pei ple are looked I
v: ;.i n u.s nothing u:ore than political
l.i'chsters. rJ he President himself ae-
i u.-ed of bribe taking, and of protecting
li.it-ves. His cabiuet composed of men
:i:.ii.st whom grave chaiges rest, and
his appointment to high office, men
v ho no dect nt man rispects, with this
t onditiou of aD'airs continually stating
'.1 e people full in the face, can it be won
ili rcd at, that the disease has spread to
i .ipidly as to have become epidemic?
All ancient history proves this propo
tiiion, that wbeii the bends of a govern
i.. rt become corrupt, the people soon
L How their example, and anarchy nnd
ruin ij the consequence.
This stale of things demend a change
ii o.ir r.i ltenal cor.Tieils. The Temple
;.ii!'. J ed been dc-uieated to God was
! ii-id 1 y Christ to be filled with motiov
ch.it'giTS at d had to l.e cleared out.
'i'l e National halls of cur country,
which has been dedicated to liberty, is
to.- 1; y f'.llid with iV.ol'j who bf.ve but cue
ebject, that d gi owu:;rfut ( If cf the spoils
wrum: from an improvised and almost
i uii:ed people; hke vauniics they feast
i.i oii our very lile blood, lieform in
Siitioual tsfi'airs is demanded, or we nuiet
soon i'.ecome like other lountries that
history tells us of.
LZTTE3 FnOU QSCSSIA.
MlLLIDGEVILLE, Gi.., Sept. 21.
Both in trade and politics our people
are excited to the greatest activity.
Since the 10th of August we have had no
general rains in this section of Georgia,
and the result has been a speedy opening
of he cotton and a great curtailment in
the amount of the production. Had the
season continued as good as it was
prior to f he 10th of last month, the pro
duction would have been fully fifty per
cent, more than ic is. It is coming in
rapidly to the market, in all sorts of
vehicles, from the 8ixmule wagon with
its piled up pyramid of bales, from the
plantation of the prosperous planter, to
the cart drAwn by a single ox from the
narrow domain of some hard working
freedman, who, despairing of the govern
mental "forty acres and a mule,'' has feet
to work with a will to earn the desired
wealth. But the prices are discouraging
to the producer, Here, the cost of pro
duction is greater especially when the
planter buys his supplies of provisions for
man and beast on credit, as too many do,
But the corn production this year has
greatly exceeded that of any preceding
year since the war, and most of the plant
era are making vigorous efforts to pro
duce their home supplies in toto.
In political matters we enjoy greater
calm than you appear to preserve in
Tennessee. The Democracy enjoys such
an overwhelming majority in Georgia,
that the easy election of the Democratic
nominee for Governor is certain. Gen.
A.H. Colquitt is an accomplished gentle
man, (the Democratic nominee for Govs
ernor) is universally popular, even among
hia political opponents. And well he
may be; beiDg an accomplished gentle
man, a finished orator, exemplary in all
the relations of private life, a sincere and
practical Christian, and above all, an
"honest man.'' Our election for Governor,
and Members of the Legislature, will take
idace on the 4th of October next. At
the November election for President and
Members of Congress, the Democratic
party will support its nominees, and give
them handsome majorities. Judging
from Tennessee newspapers, the political
atmosphere with you is greatly more agi
tated than with us. I should like to wit
ness an oratorical rencontre between my
friend the gallant Bate and the venerable
veteran Foote, of a hundred political
Our city continues to be exceedingly
healthy. We have a large number of
refugees among us from the fearful yel
low fellow pestilence now scourging Sa
vannah, but not one of them has had the
disease here. Ve are 600 feet above the
level of the sea, in a fiue salubrious at
mosphere, with picturesque ranges of
hills and lovely valleys reminding one c f
the scenery of portions of Maury County.
A Clean Sweep fcy the Temocrats Ctmfl
Cincinnati, Sept. 27 Gov. Hen
dricks, Gen. Sigel and Gen. Ward spoke
at Hamilton last night to one of the lar
gest rneeings ever known there.
Washington, (Sept. 27. A letter
from one of the most distinguish! and
sagacious Democrats of West Virginia
says; "All looks well with us. We will
elect all three members of the House of
Representatives, and all the candidates
on the State ticket. The Legislature is
sure, We expect to carry the State by
from five to seven thousand majority."
"Washington, Sept. 27. The advices
received here from Indiana as to the Oc
tober result continue to be nearly all one
way; and by that it is meant that the Re
publicans are giving up the State. Ex
United States Treasurer New has writ
ten here in the same strain ot the letter
from Babcoek, Chairman of the Republi
can State Committee of Illinois, showing
that the prospects are adverse to the Re
publicans, and asking that all the Indi
ana clerks be sent home at once, From
the Democratic side the estimates of
Williams' majority for Governor run all
the way from 10,000 to 15,000.
Washington special to the N. Y. Herald.
The utter helplessness of the Republi
cans to hold their own in Louisiana is
every day reflected in their avowals made
here, and in a general complaint of the
treatment which their friends are receiv
ing there. One of the foiemost Republi
can politicians and ex-officials from the
State, in writing to a friend here says;
"There will be two Democratic Senators
from Louisiana because Pinchback was
not admitted. There is not power enough
iu the national government to keep the
rebels from taking this Btate, and it
would be suicide for me to attempt to
canvass it. Louisiana, like Mississippi,
ana by the same means, will be Demo
cratic after Nov. 7. The entire north
part of the Srate is overrun with armed
Democratic organizations that have run
e .Tery leading Republican, white and col
ored, away from that section, and have
completely demoralized the colored peo
ple. You need not be surprised to hear
ot Eou'siana going uO,OUO Democratic
majority. Out of this general wreck I
prop. se to save my head and monev. To
that end I will leave here in a few days
for the North, where I shall remain until
the storm is over.
b'roni tiie New York World.
The p-tst week has deyelopcd a mark
ed change in the general sentiment in
reference to the outlook in both the Octo
ber elections and the final result in No
vember. Democra's everywhere are now
asserting that the prosiiects a: e improv
ing, while the republicans are less cheer
ful and expressing doubt. The State. of
Ohio, which was claimed be3'ond any
contingency by the Republicans, is now
classed by them as doubtful and their
appeals in behalf of Indiana have taken
the character of a panic. In addition to
this the Republican papers have com
menced to argue that if they do lose Ohio
and Indiana in October they still have a
chance to carry those States in .Novem
ber, thus preparing the way for antici
pated defeat at the October election.
The news published in the Philadelphia
letter of The World, in reference to a
scheme to introduce in Indiana and Ohio
the Philadelphia science of ballot-box
manipulation, is further evidence that
the Republicans have given up all hopes
of success there cm an honest vote and
an honest count. The evidence accumu
lates that the scheme referred to is to be
undertaken and carried out, unless the
vigilance and activity of these States pre
vent it. It can only l e stoj ped by thor
ough organization. That they worked
their plan m Onio lust year and defeated
Allen there can be no question.
St. Louts Reinlliean.l
Hon. Henry C. 15rockineyer, Demo
cratic candidate for Licuteuant Governor
of ICissouri, who has been speaking in
Ohio, has returned to his residence in
this city, having been recalled by dis
patches announcing the alarming illness
of his wife. This domestic affliction
compelled Mr. Urockmeyer to abandon
his engagements, in the midst of ovittiocs
everywhere tendered h:m, and return to
bis home. He confirms the report of the
favorable condition of things in these
States given by Col. Broadhead. Col.
Brockmeyer is kno?,"n to be a man who
buses his opinions on nothing but the
hardest kind of facts, and he positively
predicts that both Ohio and Indiana will
go for Tilden by good, round majorities.
The Republicans themselves know it;
some of them admit it, and the lenders
netravwt m tiicir ill concealed alarm.
The changes in the floating vote, from
the lispublienn to the Democratic sid-,
are marked and perceptible in both
State, particularly in Ohio, where the
birge and intelligent body of German
voters are seven-eighths for Tilden.
Schurz is doing all he can, or rather all
he is permitted to do for Hayes, but it is
an up htll work tor him, tor Eiet. Gov,
Koerner of Illinois, Gen. Sigel, Hoadley,
J:iock'r.cycr, italic; Jussen, and lifts
ranrck are btutling him at every point.
end carrying the Germans by the power
of unanswerable arguments.
in Indiana the Republicans are prepar
ing toimport negro voters irom Iveutueky
as a last experiment, but even this, Mr.
Broekmyeer snys, will fail to overcome
tse emphatic majority in the State,
Tla Stupendous Esnd Swindle of tie Ee
j Hon. Johu H. Crozier's Speech in Knox-villi-.
The Republicans had boas'.ingly defied
Democratic speakers to make proof cf
charges of corruption against any official
oi their party except Jielknap. If reck
lessness, extravagance or corruption
could not be proven against niany jut-re,
iheu, indeed, it would be a bad showing
for the Democratic parlj', which had
brought these allegations; but be intend
ed to prove that wherever there was
money, there the harpies of the Republi
can party had gathered to feast on the
Beginning with the contraction policy
recommended by Mr. McCullough, in ly
05, he showed that the prophecy of that
gentleman in regard to the productive in
terests not Fullering thereby had proven
fallacious. Col. JJrozier then touched
on tne question ot hnances at some
length, showing that during the war the
oonds of the government bad been sold
for fifty ceuis on the dollar in greenbacks,
and that as late as 18ii8 the national cur
rency was good for its face value for the
payment of all dues, public and private,
except interests on the national debt ana
imports, which, of course, included the
payment of the bonds. .But the printed
declaration on the back ot every green
back note was a he, tor the bonds prom
ised to be paid in currency were chan
ged to be paid in coin. This was done
by Congressional enactment, and he
would like lor some lvepublican to ans
fewer if that was not corruption. This
was grand larceny, and was done by a
Radical Corgress, and the bondholders
thereby pocketed $-500,000,000. This was
a gaudy plume in the cap of President
Grant, as bis friends though but to him
il seemed but the sombre feathers of the
hearse, for by the redemption of the
bonds in gold the hopes ot the country
were buried as deep as though in a
The gold of the country had been scdI
to Europe, whereas, if the letter of the
law had been carried out, the bonds
would have been it-deemed in greenbacks
at the rate of flC'O 000,000 annually, and
that amount kept iu circulation. Why
ibis was because Congress was subsidized
by the money power of the country, as
had been admitted by a Congressman.
Our financial policy was the by-word of
monnrchial Europe, and the lu-publie
founded by Washington was a term of
n preach. Coin was not good enough
but gold alone, and it was substituted,
thus virtually demonetizing silyer.
Col. Crozier then proceeded to show
ho the bill was passed making the bonds
payable in gold. The attempt was made
just before the close of the President
Johnson's administration, the Republi
cans supposing that in the pressure of
business it would be signed without un
dergoing too close scrutiny, but he was
too watchful ot the people's interests, and
frustrated their designs by what, was
Unowu as the pocket veto, and it failed to
become a law. Uut soon after 1 resident
Grant was inaugurated, Schenck, of Em
h:a Mine infamy, introduced the same
bill, and by arbitrary parliamentary rul
ing the "previous question' was moved,
cutting on all debate in ttie House, and
it was pissed despite the opposition of
the Democrats, in the benate it was
stror.giy opposed, and even Morton lifted
his v:iicu in a half-hearted way against its
tssage, but he was the only Kepublican
M'r.alor who did. J he iniquitous measure
was passed and 1 resident Orant eagerly
irnt-il it. (icntlemen on the Oilier si
say Belknap was the only corrupt ollicia!,
and j et here was the enure itepunncan
Congress, and the President to boot, pro-
en gu:!ry ot the most gigantic piece oi
c.iTiip;i ):i ever perpetrated on me people
-taking s?j;0,t)00,t'00 out ot the potKets
of the people, lor the bent fit of tiie bond
holder, by paying him one dollar ill gold
for what had only cost him fifty cents in
cheers for the flag,
Mr. Hill retired.
The Great Esplosioa at Sell Gte.
New York, Sept. 25. The hell Gate ex
plosion was a success in every respect.
Acres of rock were raised by 0i,O0O
pounds of dvnamite, and not a person
wn8 hurt. Your representative had a
place on one of the guard boats, as close
us anybody to the blast, and shared the
dreading anticipations and culminations
(hat all near . observers experienced.
Optra glasses were used, and all crowded
the side toward Hallet's Point to a place
where, according to expectatons, a very
exciting, if not dangerous exhibition, was
soon to be made. A half hour of wait
ing was endured, and the time wss spent
in guessing at tiie consequence of the ex
plosion. Lunches were brought by a
few i;l ths women who sold viandj with
l no three yi-tr old daughitr cl Gen.
Ncnton Jlseiiiigtrd the blast, by touch
ing the electric mstrumeut at a safe di3-tance.
A Ysung Lady Playing the Han.
I Waco iTexiis) Exainiuer.J
About two weeks ago an individual ap
pcared in the Chihler's creek neighbors
hood, in this county, who gave the name
of 1 om Johnson, and claimed to he the
son of a prominent citizen of Comanche
county, out afierwards proved to be a
woman in mule attire. She was in the
neighborhood several days before her
eex was discovered during which time
she acted the part of a fast Tyoung man
to perfection. She associated freely with
young men; caned on several young la
dies, and p'ayed the part ol a beau ad
mirably. She proved herself an expert
horseman, and an adept in the use of the
revolver and Spencer rifle. She atten
ded a camp-meeting which was being
conducted by uev. iUi ?.!elugin, ot this
ciiy, and Rev. Mr. Harris, of Chihler's
creek, and on two occasions went for
ward to the anxious seat and asked for
the prayers ot the congregation, all the
while representing herself to be "Tom
Johnson, from the old mans stock ranche
on the frontier." Her sprightliness and
pleasant manner attracted the attention
ot everybody, and she was fast becoming
popular vviui people oi an ages and sexes, Chandlers,
particularly wnn tne young ladies ol the I Babcocks,
neighborhood, where by an unfortunate
accident her tex became known. CJar
ent-e Willipms wns notified, and arrefied
the joung woman, and cariied her before
E-quire W. G. Boyd, justice of the
peace of precinct rCo. 4, He knew r.o
law by which he could hold her, and sh
was permitted logo free. After leaving
1 L t magistrate?, otlioe she stated to sev
eral parties that her real name was Ruth,
and said she lived in Comanche county.
and had i-ssumcd th disguise on account
of having killed a Mexican in Brown
wood. She remarked that she would ro
MAURY COCXTT FAIR.
Fremlnma A ward ed Fi rst Day.
Boars, two years old and over:
premium A. Lu Prewett; certificate R.
P. Led better.
Boars, one year old: pr. and cer. M.
Boars, six months old: pr. and cer.
M. C. Campbell. ,;
Sows, two years old and over: pr.
M. C. Campbell; cer. R. P. Ledbetter.
Best pair of Pigs: pr. and cer. M
Sweepstake boars: pr. and cer. M.
Sweepstake sows: pr. J. M. Mayes;
cer. M. C. Campbell.
JACKS AND JENNETS.
Jacks, three years old and over: pr. J.
M. & J. W. B. Thomas; cer. C. S.
Jacks, two' years o'd: pr. and cer. S.
Jack colts: pr. D. (K. Hays; cer. J
Jennetts, three years old and over:
pr. D. K. Hays; cer. J. T, Akin.
Jennetts, two years old and over:
pr. and cer. C. S. Nichols.
Jennetts one year old; pr. and eer.
J. T. Akin.
Sweepstake lacks: pr. C. S. Nich
ols. Sweepstake Jennetts: pr D. K.
Hays; cer. C. S. Nichols.
Beat Mules, three years old and ov
ei : pr. and cer. Seth Warfield.
Best mule colt; pr. J. S. Wright; cer.
Best brood mare, any age: pr.
Campbell Brown; cer. A. N. Akin.
Best pair of harness horses: pr. aud
cer. M. C. Campbell.
Best pair harness mares: pr. and cer.
Fastest tracing stallion: pr. and cer,
Maury Hambletouian, property of
Maury Trotting Association.
Best Bull, three years old and over;
premium and certificate Thomas Gib
son. Best bull, two years old and under
three pr. and cer. S. W. Scott.
Best bull, one year old and under
two; pr. J. (J. Ingram; cer. S. W.
liest bull calf: pr. Thomas Gibson;
cer. W. 1). Bethel.
liest cow, three years old and over:
pr. and cer. Thomas Gibson.
Best cow, three years old and over:
pr. W. D. Bethell; cer. J. G. Ingram.
Best cow, one year old and under
two: pr. It. U. Gordon; cer. J. G. In
gram. Best cow calf: pr. Thomas Gibson;
cer. W. D. Bethel.
Best fatted cow or heifer: pr. W. D.
Bethel; cer. J. M. Maves.
Best herd of cattle: nr. Thomas Gib
son; cer. W. D. liet.li eh
Best sweepstake bull: pr. Thomas
Oibsou; cer. -. W. bcott.
Best sweepstake cow: pr. and cer
Thorn as Gibson.
SPECIAL PREMIUMS BY MAJ. CAMP
BELL BROWN, ON JERSEY CATTLE.
Best cow or heifer, two years old
and over: pr. and cer. Robin Jones.
Best heifer, under two years old: pr.
X. H. Campbell; eer. Horace Rainey.
Best saddle celding, three years old
fUiil over: pr. Alex McKay; cer. Mays
iV: Oiiilson, (isol JJulcu.)
SHEEP SOUTH DOWNS.
Best buck, any age: pr. W. D Beth
el; cer. Canipbeli Brown.
Best ewe, any age: pr. Campbell
Brown, err. W. D. Bethel.
Best pair lambs: pr. H. C. Jones; cer
Best buck and three ewes: pr. and
cer. W. D. Bethel.
liest buck, auy age: pr. and cer.
liest ewe, any age; pr. and cer- Rob
Best stallion, 4 years old and over: pr.
C. S. Nichols; (Maury Boy) cr. K. Gray,
Best Stallion 3 years old and under 4,
pr. to W, 11. English, cr, Dr. Cunning
Lam. Rest stallion 2 years old abd under il,
pr T. A. Orr, cr M. YV. Kclftin.
He 8t stallion 1 year old and under l:.
pr J. J. Lf ggett, cr J. C. Newcomb.
Best Stallion Colt, pr W. F. Thomas,
cr, J. Ji. Cloptoii,
Best mare four yeurs old over, pr Pil
low Gant, cr David Sanders.
Best mire 3 years old and under 4, pr
and cr Milton "Allen.
Best Mare 2 years old snd under 3, pr.
S. VV . Scott, cr. Alex. McKay.
Bst Mare 1 year old and under 2, pr.
II. if. Liggett, cr. C. T. Loouey, "Miss
Best Maro Colt, pr. Wni. Liggett, cr.
F. M. Watson.
Best Sweepstake Stallion, pr. T- A.
Orr, cr. V,r. If. Knglish-
B':st Sweepstake Mare, pr. Thomas
Gibson, cr.Pillow Gant.
Best Sweepstake Stallion, Maro or
Geiding, pr. K. S. Nichols, cr. Alex Ms
Kay. Eon. Hill on the Flag.
From His recent speech at Atlanta.
All hail the flag ! it dse high that flag
of our fathers! 1 et Southern breezes kiss
it ! Let Southern skies reflect it ? South
ern patriots will love it. Southern sons
will defend it and Southern heroes will
die for it ! And as its folds unfurl beneath
the heavens, let our voice3 unite and
swell the loud invocation.'Flog of our
union, waye on ! wave ever ! But wave
over freemen, not over subjects. Wave
over States, not over provinces.
now let the voices of patriots from th
North and from the Kast and from the
West join onr voices from the South
and send to heaven one universal, ac
cording chorus. Wave on Hag of our
fathers! W ave forever ! But wave over
a union of equals, not over a despotism
of lords and vassals; over a land ot law,
of liberty and of peace, not over anarchy,
oppression and strife! Immense and
long continued applause, with wild
We are anthort3fcilto announce CAMP
BELL BROWN as a candidate for Floater,
to represent the districts of Maury and Wil
FOR REPRESEXTA TIVE.
We are authorized to announce JAMES
ANDREWS as a candidate for membership
in the next Geueial Assembly of Tennes
see. We are authorized to announce JOSEPH
H. DEW as a candidate for the next legisla
FOR STA IBfSElVA TE.
Weare authorized to tniranoce HON. W
H. H. HILL, of Williamson County, as a
candidate lor the State nate, lrom the
District composed of the counties of Maury
We ore authorized and requested to An
nounce JOHN LATTA. JR., as a candidate
or Major at the ensuing November elec
lon. We are authorized to announce Major
JOHN T. W ILLIAMSON, as a candidate for
Mayor of Columbia, at the November elec
tion. We are authorized to announce W. J.
DA LE a-s a candidate for Mayor. Election
FOR MA YOR AND ALDERMEN.
We are authorized and requested to an
nounce the following gentlemen as candi
dates for Mayor and Aldermen of the City
For Mayor WJ. Dale, Sr.
For Aldermau First Ward Si. D. F. Mc
Ewen, George B. Dodson, Nat Holinan.
Second Ward L. M. Matthews, J. Mort
Hodge, A. Barr.
Third Ward George D. Hodge,L. A. Boyd,
Joseph A. Walker.
We are authorized and ; equc-sted to an
nounce the following gentlemen as candi
dates lor Mayor and Aldermen of the Ciiy
For Mayor Major John T. WilliamsoD.
For Aldermen First Ward S. D. F. Mc
Ew en, Geo. B. IXulson, Win. J. Andrews.
Second Ward Green T. Challiu, L. M
Matthews, J. Mort Hodge.
Third Ward George n, Hodge, L. A. Boyd,
Joseph A. Walker. ,
For sixty days we will sell at
Cost and Below Cost !
Tour entire stock offfn
for cash, to make room for our
Repairing done at less rates than any one
i"o wii Lesrlioriis,
A ME I M.I rV,
The undersigned oilers for sale a few very
11 ne Coekerels of I lie above Viirities. Stock
direetly from SV. H. Todd. Also a few very
good Liulit and Dark Brahma Cockerels.
Etgs lor hutching iu season, iiom all of the
uljove varieties. My Fowls are kept in sep
arate yards, and bred pure. Prices reason
able and satisfaction guaruuteed.
A. A. Ul'SCOMo,
Sept. 2!-7(-ly. Columbia, Tennessee.
1 iavimi this day suggested the insolvency
of A. O. P. Nicholson, deceased, lo the Clerk
of tiie County Court of Mauv County, Ten
ntsnee, notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against, sa'd estate to lite
them duly authenticated with said clerk,
ou or before the i;f)tli of January, 1K77, lor
prorata distribution, or the same will be
forever barnd. C. O. NICHOLSON,
SH'pt. 2U111-1S70. Administrator.
Notice to Creditors,
Jas. II. Akin, Administrator of .1. I,. Isom,
vs. Sj. H. Isom, and the creditors of
In this cause pending in the Chancery
Court at Columbia, Tennessee, it is ordered
t hut nil pan ies having claims a'jaint the
slate of J. L. Isom, d-'ciused, will appear
on or before the second Vonday in October
next, and tile their demands or claims
umiinst said estate, and have themselves
lieule parlies to said suit.
t-cpt. SJ--21. D. B. COOPER, C. & M
1 ON-RESIDENT NOTICE.
J. W. Fi ierson, Administrator of William
Hawkins, dee'd, vs. Loivnia Wray and
others, ttie devisees and legatees a.'d
heirs of tViUiuui Huwkius, dee'd.
In this cause which is pending in the
1 hanceiy Court held at Columbia, Tennes
see, it appearing to me from complainant's
bill, wli ich is sworn to t nat, Loreuia Wray
ncd her children a:e i:on-resideiits of the
sAtate oi "i'eiuiw see, and are residents of the
Situte of Missouri; and that Seleilia Erv. in
and her children are non-residents of tiie
SUate of Tennessee-, and residents of the
State of Texas; and one Lowder and his
children are non-residents of the St-ite of
Tennessee, and are residents of tiie i-tate ol
Mississippi, and that the names of the heirs
of Koena Grimes are unknown. S ,nl bill
Hvers that the conipiainant is unaole. to
stale niter a diligent inquiry, any more
luily ttian above the names mitl residences
of said part ies; and that all of said parties.
(Willi tiie . xceptions of said Lowder and ins
family, who comp;ainaut supposes have
some interest in the estate of said Hawkins!
are tile devisees, l;!;atets and heirs of Wil
liam Haw kins. Il is therefore ordered by
me tiiat publication be made in the Colum
bia Herald and Mail, a newspaper publish
ed in the town of Columbia. Tennessee, for
four consecutive weeks, requiring all of suid
parties to appear nt the court-house, to an
swer, plead or demur to complainant's lib!,
on or before the ld Monday in November,
ISTii, which is n rule day, or the same will lie
taken f- r confi-ssed, and set tor hearing ex
p.irte as to them. 1). li. COOl'KK, C. & M.
Watches and Clocks
Warranted for twelvemonths.
All parties indebted to us will please come
J. II. JAMES & SON.
Fruit trees of all descriptions suitable to
a growth in the Sioutli can Ikj procured ct
our ayent.s. who lira in Manry County at
present. J. W. Rossi Co.
Porter, Bryan, & Alford,
Wholesale Dealers iu
TOBACCO and CIGARS
Proprietors of the Celebrated
"PORTER RIFLE" CIGAR.
22 Pnblir Square - N AMI VI 1.1. 1'..
JOHN T. TUCKER. W. F. TUCKER
J- T. & W. F. TUCKER,
wholesale and Setail
COMMISSION MERCHANTS !
North Km.i: Comer Public Square,
t'OiinBU, - - TKNXK.VSEE.
GEO. J. GOODRICH & CO.
GEO. J. GOODRICH & CO.
Successors toHpurlock, 1 1 olio fc Co.,
Cottoxs. ITasSiors d Commission XHcrciiaxits
ISTos. OG cfe 98, South College Street, .IST.-ishville, rJ Vim.
Will fn.lul. I 1 .
-e(,'s - i , r'"1' 2, " '"IV iltl advancements upon al consignment.
p om old stand, and all consignments w,u under our own supervision.
T.M.JONES. A. C. IIICKKY. T. M.JOSili, JR.
JONES & ELTCKEY,
Solicitors in Clan eery,
Will pr.ictiee in the Courts of Maury aud
Hickman Counties. Oftice.- Whillhorue
Block. aug. 1 1 -7i-ly.
A. M. LOONEY. J. B- MURPHY
Looney & Murphy,
Attorneys at - Law
And Solicitors, in Chancery,
Nov . Columbia, Tenn.
I. N. B.YUNETT. J. T. Hl tiH KH
Barnett & Hughes,
Omen: On West Main Street, formerly
occupied by Thomas tte Burnett.
GEORGE C. TAYLOR. R. H. SANSOM.
TAYLOR & SASS0M,
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors ia Chancery
Will practice in Manry and adjoining
counties, and in the Supreme and 1-ederal
Courts nt Nasuvllle. t-pcciai uuetiiion
given to the collection of claims. - Of
fice: North Main Street, second door from
"Nelson House." Jan. :'Hth-l7U.
J. WALKER GREEN. H. S. 1 HO.Ml-ftO-.
GREEN & THOMPSON,
ATTOHNKYH - A'' - I-A.AV,
will nrnctlefi ill the various conns oi
Maury and adjoininii count ies.
attention sriven to collect'ons.
J cue ia-7ti-ly.
W-S" Dealers in Cotton and all kinds of pro
duce. Liberal advances matte on nods in
store. nov. 19-1S75-1V.
JAS. T. AKIN.r
IV. II. FAR IS
JNO. V. WRIOHT. . J. H. Di:V
WRIGHT & DEW.
A.T.-TOltlVIJYlH - ArC- I -V "V
and Solicitors in fluiiufrj,
wa-Office Whitthoroe Block op-slaii.
Ja . T. Akin & Co.. p- "OWEtl1
' . .. , m i m I- I t
2 -.-A "-HSXv
f i iit.yKt
COLUM Bl A, TEN N KSSEi;.
Kptcial attention given to the collection
of claims. Office: Whitlhorne j.iiuk. juiih.n
in the midst of which
wly th3 Ecttth is Selid,
New Y"ik Herald.
The truth is the liejmblican party does
not deserve to earn- any bouthern fclate,
vnVss it be North Carolina, where the
parties ore very equauy matcnea, and
Under Mr. Tilden there can he no in
tert'erence with the Supreme Court. No
more enforcement laws. 2o hostility to
whites or blacks. iNo further hostihtj- to
States. No more sectionelJlejrislation.No
Tafts, no Cameron. No ltobesous; no
Ao JJelknaps, Delanos, nor
lhe negative advantages will
be immense to the country, besides an
honest peace and just hopes of greater
prosperity by improved business. I he
affirmative Llessinr will he: Economy of
administration. Honesty ot adinnistras
tion. Official rerronsibility. More or
der and accountability. The removal of
drones and imbeciles. A currency of
gold, silver, and paper. No union of
church and State. No more whisky rings.
Under Mr. Tilden, in a word, we shall
look, not for a perfect government, but
for better government, a truer union of
the States, a larger confidence among
the people, and everywhere ir. W ashings
ton a wiser administration of public al
Office of KDSAL1.& McKwex,
September V2, 1&76
r Cl ..i.I.li.rt CL Si i , .JU lfu. 1 Iu ntu 1 'In
wnere me ivepuuncuns are i.s respecta- Biater V and 2uc
Me and as certain to cive the btate &l Jifc.trax2o
good government ps the Democrats. They
might have carried a number of the other
Stares if they had paid only a little atten
tion to good government down there; if it
had not been so long the policy at Wssh-
niiton to encourage and support with the
Federal patronage a set of graceless and
unscrupulous political gamblers aad ad
venture, to tne exclusion or nonoranie
and honest men, wh. might easily haye
been brouirht into the Republican party by
the use of a little wisdom and good mans
agement. That the South is tosday a
unit, oi very nearly so, for the Democrat
ic party if the fault of Republican mis
management at Washington. Everyman,
no ar;atter whether he irf Kepublican or
Democratic, who desires to see the South
ern Statts honcstlj ruled must wish that
they shall be carried this fall by the Dem
Ejath cf Gen. 2ra-,
i alvestox, Seit. 27. Tina moininc
Gen. llmxtoii Brn' dropped dead,
The work at Hell gate has been in pro- while crossirg Twer.t ietli street, in front
for seven years; an immense ! " lu.A JX', e,", k"'
ataount of money expended, and no little i ,0 taken lo Mobile. It arrangements can
ripk was run by those who were engaged I e made New Orleans fo convey
. ' , , nil . i i mice Gen. Krs?. health niw jrood un
n the woik. i he f xploswn was a coins I .,,..w .Wli. ti. o.,r "Ji
plete success, i t-moving what was once Jus death wr.s a latal syncope, in
thought ingurperfible barriers. ibyor-aric .lisesse of the heart.
Ji!ickinr're S1 00 doz
Vo'ton to 4oi.
Cotton Seed c per 100 Ihs.
(.m to 2icts. ncr bushel.
CotTcc io to 5!7cfor Ii'O by back 23 to 25 eta
Cr.al Oil 175 test, 4lx:U. per gallon.
f7iid 2'-V.i.fi2oc, ir..
V7 12'cIk. lrom wagons.
Fluvr 5H;5 to SXHJ.per, ilK),Its.
(Jin.-jer 40 ( oCc.
HutitiariHti U tatv) Seed 1.25. & tasbel.
ime 2o.vWc. ft bushel.
iIoiav4 and Syrup common, 65c.85o; eoJ
den syrup, $1(.,1.25.
Pea jVirt, on fo 75 eta. Dull.
bait 2Ki. for 7 ba ; lor 5 bushels, J2.."5.
6'urmr New Orler.ns, l(i(ai.to; Deraerara,
Asusar. lite1 jcrm-bed and granulated l.i3H
Tun I .of; u.1 1 Trt 2..
jTrr'ei" C."V f.
U'nol 1'uil at quotations, iatoSj.
V.V.f.lf tij to SOeU.
Thomas Williamson and others exparte.
Notice is hereby Eiven that Thomas Wil
liamson Joseph I'iilow, Anderson Polk and
Isaac Myers, rulinir E'.ili'is and Di-ncniis ol
the 'While Sprins Chapei" a relK-ious or
uanixalinn in the town of Celti'iibia, Ten
nessee, and are a part of and under the jus
rlsdietion tf tle United Primitive Baptist
Association of the State oi Tennessee, in ttie.
United States, have fiied their petition in
tiie ChanCi ry Court nt Columbia, Tenn., Si t
tinj; forth that they t.".;ether with the ion
re;;ation vith wi'ieii they worship, are
organized for the purpose of worshipping
Ood. and that lis such church they desire to
be made a body public and incorporated in
accordance with't'ue laws of tiie mute, un
der the r.nme and s'yle of the "White
Spriiiii Chapel"' of the Primitive Baptist
Church, in the town of Columbia, and ask-
inii unit fliev "lave power to si'e ami be
sued, and of pl.-adiiifa and beini; impleaded
and of accept ins;, rec -i viii;; and holding real
and personal properly, and asking for such
ot her powers as may lie necessary to carrv
out and perfect tle-ir orianiziitiori, and a.s is
usual in incorporated nomes. inow, iiier
fore, in consideration ot tne premises, it is
ordered I y me, that pub'.tent ion be lnaih
for.'iO dnvs in the Columbia Herald anil
Mail, a neswspaper published in the town
of Coluniliin. len i lessee, notifying nil per
Sons, o up tear on the first Monday in No
vember, Jt beiiii; rule (lay oi saiu Chancery
Court, and llien and there show cause why
loiters of incorporation should u,-t issue.
Sept. 2i-lS7K. P. B. COOPER, C. v M .
We nre prepared to furnish all kinds of
Collins, askets, unit Berial Casis,willi First
Class Hears.', fientle horses and careful
drivel's. We are also prepared lo furnish
C.n ria .'. s and Hacks for Funeral Occasions.
Al. calis will be attended promptly, day or j
niiht, bv t 'ol. Win. M. Voorhies, who has
many years experience as Undertaker, and
we mi irantee satisfaction.
-Special attention Kiveii to re-inter-meut
of bod le :.
Office: South side of Public Square, at
H. W. sandeis' old stand; aud open at all
hours, ciav or nigui.
J. B. BOND. I- a. nuei.i;.-.
Attorneys at Lav,
Col u m 1 . i a, Te 1 1 n e. -see.
Will practice in Maury
C. VV. YITKERSP G0N,
Attorney - at - Law,
Columbia, Teuuessee. -
Will attenil with proniptues" to ail Leal
Business intrusted to his catv m Maury i
and adjoining Counties. Strict attention lo
collection a:id settlements ol a;l kil.ils.
tt&- Office WhiUhorne BliH'k. J.m. L"Vly
FALL & WINTER CLOTHING
TYLER & WALLAHS,
BEADY MABLMJLOTHiaO !
For Labor Business and Dress.
Imported Cloths, Cassimcivs, mid Vcslings,
Which we Manufacture in the Latest Styles,
and guarantee satisfaction.
ELEUMT illM'LU OF MOTE 115, DMRRfffilR,
Hosiery Gloves, "Valises
TTmlDiellas, Trials? I3oots? Slioes
Handmade Boots and Shoes a Speciality.
Cent Discount For Cash
Sept. 22-1 S7B.
liOLIIiSli. WILffi t IIUiUK,
DEALERS IN BAGGING AND TIES,
FINDLAY'S COTTON PRESSES, THE BROWN COTTON
GIN, FINDLAY'S I X L COTTON GIN, MASSE Y'S
EXCELSIOR COTTON GIN, SOLICITORS
OP COTTON AND GRAIN.
lOI Sloutli College Street,
N" A. S Jrl V I iu TiJ, T K 1ST !N.
Kept . 22-lm.
a 1 U h li
13 3 MSiVi
& u da V Wil,
: DEALERS IN :
Irledicines and Chemicals,
Fancy asd Toilet Articles
SPONGES, EKI SHES, PEUFUMERY,
WINES AND LIQUORS
FOR MEDICAL USE.
PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS CAR E
V ULLY' COMPU UN DED.
P. H.SOUTh'ALL, Jr ,
nar-Spocial attention given to c.illeeiioi.s
Okkce: Whit tlioruelilofk. June :I-1S7U
A. M.HUUHKS A. M. lll'ttll ES, J 11.
A. ffl. Hughes & Son
New York Store !
Next Door to Tyler & Williams.
- A N i
Iiuiiieiise arrival of Now t.ooils, coii.sistiiie; of
Solicitors in Chancery. Dry-Goods, Notions, Trunks, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Ami pi; mi'i-ss nriely of
Flannel. Blaxilicts?, Sliawls
Columbia, Te u n cssee.
Will pracliee i'l the Courts of Miiiiry anil
ailjoininu Counties, im.l Supiviue anil be.l
..,,.1 (funis nt, Ntisliville. lhe slrlelest at-
teution will l Biven to ail business . eu
trnsi.l theircjire. Oflice-Soiitli .snje est
Mai 11 St., '1 iloor I roi ii t h e Sii u u re. a p r 1'2 1 . 1 y
Soath hi'.le Public Square, Colnmlila, Tr'niiosse,
R. M. FRIERS ON
Notice to Creditors.
ltenjnmin Harlan has this day mnde n
Deed of Trust to me lor the bei -elit of his
creditors; aud they are hereby notified to
have their claims properly c;rtilied and
filed with me at once.
E. II. HATCHER,
g H E K I
F F BALE
Bwirtneofa fl fa directed to me from
the Honorable Chancery Court of Maury
Counts', TcniH ssee, in favor of D. li. Cooper,
C.AM., vs. S. S. Dusrtrer. R. S Foster and
J. C. Hickman, I will sell for cash, to the
hiuliest and best iiidiier, at me court house
dooi, in the town of Columbia, on Saturdny
the 30th day of September, J.ii, an the
riulit, title, claim and interest lhat tiie de-
lendant s. s. Dugi-'er has in aim to me loi
lowiin? describe! tract or parcel ofland, sit
uated in tne ttiale of iennessee,.M!iury t,oun
tv, t!h civil district, on Fountain Creek,
and liounded as follows: north by Carter
ana fnilin; south o.v K.S. poster; eivst by
Tomlinsoii and Ingram: west by S. S. Dui
f"er; containiim by estimation ioii acres, be
the same more or less, and levied upon as
the property of said S. S. Dus;2r to satisfy
execution. W. A. ALEXAN DER, Su'll".
P U 11 E J) II U G S,
The La.rdest mul best
The largest ntock of Clotliin ever seen in Columbia, which was Ixmlit at
15:ii)kruit Hale, ninl nf priees lo Mstonirth tiie world, wliieli lie olH-rn lo the
puhliu at a veiy hhihII advance. Jtelow vv irive a few of Ilie liisureK A vei v
large liainlUoi chief at 5 ct.s; u uiuiiher one t-otset fit 40 els; all weol flannel "6;
iz npoois oi ttie best tunail t.ir -b) tn, or . f.oi:sj lor lb et; :i n er ol pins for
10 CtH. lio.jts and Shoes oU'elci nt li.Hloiu i. riven. Kvervlliill'' of the 'fi v
hest make, and will give entire .satisfaction. i'.iick Hale.s a ml mini! luoiit in
our niotlo. :,ent. 1 "-! s7(i.
FOR MEDICAL PUlirOSES.
v ill sell and deliver promptly for cash, by tiie Car Load, or Small i:.iitiiy,
First Natonia! Bank
Of Co!ni;ilirt, 'Ifun.
o r i i i r i : 1 1 o r I i r i
Prescriptions carofuiiy com- oapital - - - $100,000 oumDeNanci. rine pi 1 1 1 . ol uanawDa uoa s
FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURES GIVEN.
pounded day or night.
DOES A GENERAL, IJANKInO
AND liXCTIANGE DU.SINESS.
WM. J. ANDREWS. E. R. BARK LEY
J. ir. STREET.
ouoziMm ... .oiimi, u.jn K Co.,
Co I ii ui hi a, : : TciineNr.ee,
Lu cms FBiKKsoN.trushier.
For Convenienee to liis Customers, lie lias opened an Olii ce in lhe Kion
lioora of Dr. A. JI. Brown's Office, in Wliittlioi lie's Block. Hoy-( 'all ami
leave or send your orders. "3 sejit. l-7i-tf.
Administrator's TJ otice
' ' p:""i' Tk T' said estate to ttie them wilhin the time pre- 1 q ti " Xr I T,J ,1 Tl, 1' 1
Iron, 1 isfols, Ihreshers scribed bv law. J. W. FUlKRSuN, loO. IV 6 JlOUl 1 IICG OLIJ C.'
Plows, Wagons, Leather Sept. 22-lS7tS. Administrator tfc lii non. ,, .mumi .,. , , . . , , . . , , . .
And agents for all kinds of I J fW "S7 A TP
Agricultural implements i Administrator's Notice j jfcfaj IjJ? $l JLj
And agents for the following Reliable
J. W. M'KJSSACK.
fiiWl s:3 AT LAW,
Offick: np stairs, above Fost Oillce.
Will rive strict attention to alt business
cntri'.HUil to him, in any of the Courts ol
Manry, Williamson and adjoining Counties.
Coiiection and settlements of all kinds, at
teiidcd to with proinptnesH.
Viil hoidan oiUce ot Spring Hill every
Saturday. may 12tu-lb70.
By virtue of a fl fa directed to me from the
Honorable Chancery Court of Maury Coun
ty, Tennessee in f-ivor ol D. B. Cooper, C. &
!.. vs. Mary J. Colciuit. Oeo. D. Colouit
and T. W. Keesee, I will sell for cash to the
hishest ana best bidder, at the court-house
door, in the town of Columbia, on tiie With
d'lv- of September, IsTb, all the richt, title,
claim and interest lhat the defendant, Geo.
D. Colquit has in and to a c-rtalu lot or par
cel of bind, with the improvements thereon,
situated in the St.ite of Tennessee, Maurv
County. !th civil district, ill South Colum
bia, 'aud bounded as fobows: nort h bv Col
lege sli eet; west by Wilson Tucker's lot;
south by Dr. Jmei 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'lT.
Having been qualified as Administrator
with the will unnexeu or vt iiiiam nawaiim,
deceased. 1 herehv notify all Dailies Indebt
ed to the estate to come forward and make-
settlement, anil those having claims against
LllLi LALiUDUL IVAfr tiUl.il iiUC UI nil I jVUiliiVH.
IX THE WOULD.
STATE, ... Nashville.
COMMERCIAL, - Nashville.
PLANTER'S. - - Memphis.
FA KM Kits AND DROVERS', Louisville, Ky
I'r'N N", - . Philadelphia, Fa.
CITIZEN, - - - Newark. N. J.
Will write risk: at liberal rates. Those
deMOm; insurance will flud it decidedly to
their Interest to give us a call novl9-75-ly
Having been qualified as Administrator
with the will annexed of Jus. 1 1. Thomas,
deceased. I hereby notify all partic-i indebt
ed to ttie estate to come forward and make
settlement, and those havinu cla: ins against
it to file them within the time prescribed by
law. It. J). SMI J II,
Sept. 15-1K7K. Administrator.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL EXULAND
Manager: JOHN II. KcLAREN, Esq., at Liverpool.
g II E It I F F S A L E.
By virtue ofa ft fa directed to me from the
Honorble Chancery Court of Maury Couutv,
Tennessee, In favor of D. B. Cooper, C. A if.,
vs. John L. Bainl, Fanny A. Jiowell, L. H.
Brai'.ier and Tennie M. Kinzer, 1 w ill sell for
ca-sh, to the hiuliest and best bidder, at the
court nuns.' uujr, i.i me lown ot toiniaum,
m Monday, tile d day of Oclooer, ls7ti, nil
the riiihl, ti'le, cl Um and interest that tiie
defendant Jo'eli L. liuli-.i Las in cud to the
following described tract or parcel ofland,
.Hunted in the !t h civil district of Maurv
Countv, Tennessee, ami bounded a.s follows:
on t'.ie" north ty White; on t!ie east by
luc!t River; snuin oy D. J.jbstes; west b
t!i. lands know li as the pinee f Mrs. jf.
11 -ii'l, deeeivsiHi: containing 120 aeics more
or less, and levP.ti iifvin and lo be soii as
lhe property ol John L. Buird, to satify said
Jl fa una cost; saie within ien-nl hours.
w . a. jiL.r.A..Mir.11, rsnu.
By W. O. WrTHKKSPoo.N, D.Mi'll.
OX -RESIDENT NOTICE.
W. J. Whitthorne, vs. R. L. Mitchner, et al.
In this cause itappparing from complain
ant's bill, which is sworn to, that R.
L. Mitchner Is a non-resident of the
State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary
process of law can rot be served on him; it
is therefore ordered by iue that publication
be made in the Herald and Mail, a newspa
l er published in the town of Columbia,
Maury County, Tennessee, requiring said
nou-rcsident. to appear before the next sit
ting of the Chancery Court, to be held in the
town of Columbia. Maurv Countv. Tenne.
see, on the 1st Monday iu October, 1K76, and
plead answer or demur to complainant's
till, or the same will be taken for confessed
as to nim.ana set ior nearins exparte
Sept. 8-1 S76. D. B. COOFEIt, C. fc M
5. R11.481 17
Lemuel Long vs.R. Leor.anl Wilson Admin
istrator ana outers.
In this cause it appearing from complain
ant's bill, which Is sworn to, lhat Edwin
Wilson is a non-resident oi tne rtiate ol len-
nessee, so that the ordinary process or law
cannot be served upon cim;il is therefore or
dered by me that publication beniadeiu the
Herald and Mail, a newspaper published in
the town of Columbia, Maury County, Ten
nessee, requiring said non-resident to ap
pear before tne next snung oi tne Chancery
Court, fo be held in the town of Columbia,
Maury County, Tennessee, on the 1st Mon-
,i v i ii I letolier. lhi H. and F pad answer or
demur to complainant s bid, or the same
will be taken for con fessed as to him, and
set ror neanng expurie.
SepU &-1S7B. D. B. COOPER, CAM.
Total Asset in tho United State
Net Fire Surplus, after tied noting Liabilities of every
Ioaes Paid since organization
Annual Statement, January. 1.
Cash in Bank of LI verpool and other Banks mi1,ii i'l
Balances iu hands of Agents, al iiraiicn unices, auu iu course oi truusinlssloii ... yij,,sl 7:
Cash in Principal Ollice h.ln sf
Itenl hXUtt owueu by company iau eiicuiii.iiiii;i;i i,n ;,.ri il
British, Indian, and Colonial Stocks, Shares, and Bonds owned by C.impaiiy
(market value (f7,4ss,rJ!. 7,(H7,.'i SI 7S
Pnited Slulr-K itondN (market value 1,hz.s,kU .)lii .T2:M 70
Stock and Bonds of i;ororai ion hiiu n.ie neiu iu m-curuy lor cusli actually
loaned (market value ,Hi.u )
liuti.mi HirirlM anil Morltfatfe. first liens oil f .-J.!r7o lJ
Other secured Loans, accrued interest isiuce puidj, and admissible Assets
Total Assets -
Nummary of Liabilities nail JVet fire Surpliirt.
Total amount of all liabilities exclusive of the un'lerinent loned...f ll.Olo.tts!) (i"
Amount ne:essary safely to re-Insure all outstanding risks l,rjiiMI t
et Fire Surplus at markei value, .i,sh,isi. 17, li-hs tlMtH 17 not
extended iu uompauy suiieineni o,;u.',nii.iiii
5,ST, lilt s
.. .(II.., 1 irj
W. B. Kannon, et a., vs. James A.
J uue Ulh-lsTtj
Bv virtue oi a n ia uirecia to rte from the
Honorable Chancery Court of Maury Coun
tv, Tennessee, in favor ol R. F. Bell, vs. C. A.
lMiulass, 1 will sell to the highest and best
bidder, for casii, al me court-house door, in
the town of Columbia, on Saturday the 3utli
day of September, IsTii. all tho rigid, title,
claim and interest that the defendant, C. A
Douglass lias in and to a certain tract or par
cel ot land, situated in the Slate of Tennes-si-e,
Maury County, 12th civil district, and
" V, i J .n i , "f, defendant to be and appear l-tore the Wor
ai on the .sou,., .la,,fK XIMZ .VA!
ftnnfiid'fe WXJZWIZ HomcBopathic Physician
tain one hnndrtd and sixty-five wnn, and auu set ioi uw.iui1... , .
levied n hoc. as the property of the defend-I . . A. AM.N.tkrk. office at Masonic
nut Lewis Ci. Lanier, to satisfy tills execu- jonn 1. vy uuoiusou . oruey.
tion. W. A. ALEXANDER, Sh'fli bept. 1-1..
In this cause it appearing to me from the
complainant's bi.'l, which is sworn to, that
the defendant. Janes A. Hughes is li non
resident of tne Stito of Tennessee, so flint J
lhe ordinary orocess of law cannot, be
served noon him: it is therefore ordeied by
me that publication be made for 1 consecu
tive weeks in me ih'iiuu um iioio, ii news
paper pil Ol 1SI 1 t:i4 in ri r.i , .M.liuuiik
Maurv County, Tennessee, requiring sid
ftl Fire bcoai cf CoaeuT - - - - H-i,f20,o.iH
United SUtss lacase daring 1375, - - i,7u.i,iu-i.7
Ail lr?yr-n ji uij cicrj Jill t riJC'li I JelIU tty UH WJilJ'ilH w i1 jjnvinni iiwn iicjii
BARBEE & CASTLEMAN, Jlanstgeru Srnithcrn Dq.artinciif.
Okfice: H. E. Cor. Main and Si vth Streets, Louisville, Ky.
J. J. ELAM, Esq., Agent. .TOSH O. BAILEY, Esq , Special Agcut
Eugino R. Smith, M. D.,
From S to W a. m.; and from to -I p. m., and
7 p. m.
E. C MTXWELU: IW.J. WEBSTER.
McDowell & Webster,
Attorneys - at - Law,