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HERALD AND MAIL.
Friday Blornlnar, Oelobcr 13th, 187ft.
EOH. SAM'L J. TILDEN,
OP NEW YORK.
HON. THOS. A. HENDRICKS.
JAMES D. PORTER,
OF HENRY COUNTY.
HON. V. C. "WHITTHOltNEi
of Maury County.
FOB STATE SKNATOR,
W. D. FULLTON,
of Williamson County.
MA J. CAMPBELL BROWN.
Hon. J. LEE BULLOCK,
The Brooklyn Eagle, a leading paper,
pa s this noble compliment to the 'im
mortal W. C. Whitthorne:'' "He has
EARNED HONOR IN HISTORY, FOR AS
IiXO AS THIS LAND SHALL HAVE A
History, on account of the cock
ae, tenacity, and vivid intelll
oknc'e with which he has repeli.
ED ALIKE THE THREATS AND BLANs
KISHMENTS OF ENTRENCHED RING.",
WHICH, WITH THEIR MEN AND METHODS,
UK HAS PUT IK THE PILLORY OF CONS
Every vote cast for Dorsey U. Thomas
is a vote for Maney or Yardlcy. as Mr.
Thomas is not in the race.
It you wish either Baird or G'ree, Kc
nuhlieans. elected State Senator, vote for
3 till, since votes cast for hinbencfit the
Ik publican candidates.
Maj. Sykes said here nif.Vednesday
lie would discuss questions !vjtli Thomas
on equal terms or not at' aft. He 'was
determined that the party" which hp rep
resented should be 'treated'with respect,
sind have their riehts recognized. The
'Democracy here approved of his course.
From the beat anl "most reliable infor
mation, we Can get, just before going to
press, we are confident that the Donios
crats have carried both Indiana and
West Virginia; Ohio has gone Republi
can by a email majority. This is' about
as was expected. The Democrats have
done well, and the shout of victory goes
tip from all along the line. Tilden's
election now is almost a foregone conclu
Bion. The Itepublican party will not be
able to concentrate their forces, which
are principally corruption and money, in
the November election. Georgia hae
gone Democratic by one hundred tbou-
Announcement of Gen. Maney.
To the People vj Tennessee.
I announce myself a candidate for Gov
ernor. With a judgment thoroughly con
vincd, and a heart sincerely devoted to
the National Unity, and utterly recon
ciled to all legitimate results of the late
civil war, I pledge myself, if elected, to
the advocacy of just laws atl'ording pro
tection of rights and punishment for
wrongs, impartially to all rich or poor,
exalted or humble, and their faithful en
forcement without respect to antecedents,
color, or previous condition of any; to
rigid economy in administering the Gov
ernment; abolition of all unnecessary of
fices: reduction of costs in collecting the
reveuues; retrenchment and reform in
tho expenditures in criminal prosecu
tions; the utmost practicable restriction
of competion 'iy convict labor with the
mechanical employments ot the people
vigorous efforts to direct population to
our unappropriated lauds, and capital
upon our vast resources of mine an j
ores, that the bnrthens of taxation may
be lessened by distribution over on in
creased public wealth.
Under a taithtul practice iu these re
trenchments and reform, it is trusted t.ie
current liberties ot the Stale including
interest on its bonds niBy be discharged
without increase of taxation. l!ut the
debts of the State should be faithfully
met by its citizens. The money of wid-
ows and orphans, oi lunaues ana otlier
of the public's wards have been invested
in obligations of the State, issued by au
thority of its people and guaranteed by
their repeated solemn laws, and in hon
esty must be paid.
If reasons of expendiency need be ad
ded, we are remined by history that cap
ital, in its sensitiveness, is always with
- iielil from ft State dishonored by disre
gard of its financial obligation?; and pop
ulation, which is wealth, will be slow to
east- fortune with a community that
stands confessed of iusullicient resources
to pay taxes.
I will discuss these and all proper is
sues before the people, and ask judg
ment upon hearing. Iti-spect fully,
If you want good
From the subscriber, a black mule colt
Monday morning, Sept. 4tli. " " '. !
...i,;i.i .....i i u iiicccoll. A liberal re-
ward will be given to any one bringing It tp ) ,.,
me. WM- temKLEv. t jf you want gOCMj Boots and Shoes at
. XV. .Tudd is opening a photograph
at Mt. Pleasant, where lie expects U remain .
lu'n wn'kt. He will be able to makfl all
st vie of Pictures in the last improved meth
ods. Call and examine specimens.
Aug. 1, ti.
Cardinal red netting, veiling, ribon, coi
Jars unit culls, Ac, at the Southern Trade
Palace. Oct. loth.
bottom figures go to
The best mid chennnst Bed Blankets at the
Trade Bazar. W. J. i'uium.
A full line of Cand field's hand-made Boots
and Shoes lust received by
Dobbins & Brown.
DobiHns & Brown are receiving direct
frO'iu manufacturers better goods at less
prices than ever before offered.
DoBnfNB 4i BrXiwn has the best Hue ,ot
Boots A Shoes and Hate in the city.
Tucker & Bedberry always keep on
hand a large stock of fresh Pears, Oriipes
Oranges, Coconuts, and in fact, all Kinds oi
iruit mat are usuiwy kciii iu uh;"
which they wili-eeli cheap.
Uo to Tucker S Seubekky'h if you want u
good five cent ctgajr. 4
Country merchants will find It Ut their in
terest U buy their caudies from Tft'KKK &
Tucker & Skohkkky will iut up your
wedding and party bills cheaper than any
other house iu town can do it.
Men's Fine Handmade Boots.
Embry & Frierson nave a full line of
M ileK' tine sewed calf boots, to fit any one
JeH Rieves not excepted.
Einbry A Frierson are offering Cashmeres
in all the new shakes. Ljukes, call and scc
Embry A Frierson have a splendid lot of
carpet, which they are offering to the trade
at the lowest prices.
Embry & Frierson are selling Cassi meres,
for men anil boys, manufactured by the
Charlotteville Woolen Mills, of Va. No
slKKldy, but all pure wool.
One thousand ncrcsof land to rent, (small
renters preferred). Apply
signed on the premises, I
1 iamsport. J AMES T,
to the under
line west of Wil-
Smith & Metcalfe
line of white vest.
have received, a new
If you want a good shave and hair-cut call
on the white barber-shop, opposite Nelson
Miles and Zeiglers' Ladies' and Misses'
A good stock, both side-lace and buttoned,
ut EMHKY A FUIEKSON'S.
Ladies, remember that Embry & Frierson
is headquarters for Black ( lushtneres and
Black Alpacas, at reduced prices.
Late style Straw Hats
received by S:iii t
Tnul revolved hMt l)lts of bleached domes
tic, and niiO bolls sea island domestic splen
did article, attacks, per yard, at the New
Blue Flannel Suits and Black Alapac
Coats just received by Smith V Metcaile.
The largest and most select stock of Blank
ets, Shawls and I'undershirtM ever seen in
Columbia, will be sold at prices delying
competition, at the New York Store.
1 - -
-AJnrge stoek of cloaks the latest styles at
flie-HMUtljeriv Trade Palace.
.Farmers'' Farmers!! Farmers!!!
If you want to get a good price for your
Country produce, such as Wheal, Corn, Cot
1011, Fruit and Wool, etc., go to A. Good
man's, le trades ill all kinds of Produce,
and pays Iho highest market price. My
motto is cash and no grumbling.
A largo stock of Carpets at astonishing
low prices at the Southern Trade Palace.
Five thousand pounds of wool at A. Good
man's. Will p.iv for unwashed is to 21 cts ;
washed 27)4 to li2 eta. l!o Mire and Iring it
In and I will pay you the cash for it; next
door to Rosenthal & Bro.
Wanted 1,000 pounds of dried fruit. Will
pay tho highest market prico.
A. Goodman", '
next door to A. Rosenthal Bio.
Wanted 1,00.) bushels ol wheat at A.
Goodman's, Will pay the highest mark- I
pi Ice iu cash. Fast side public square, next
door to A. Rosenthal and Bro.
Black al;.'ae-t worth (10 cents, at 10 cents at
the Southern Trade iViace.
Just received the largest styles of Ladle.-.'
mid Gem's scurfs and ties, will be sold re
gardless of cost, ut the New York Store.
Auction ! Auction !
Determined to ruluoc my stock, I will
oii.'i- at Auction de.-im hie goods, 011 Wed
ii.s.Imv. Seiit. Jlth. ljidies espei-iiilly in
vited to attend.
Gl'.o. 0. illLNEK.
Just received wem corsets from
Ka e. and we win sell 1 neiu iowei
oilier house in Columbia, at the
For hui'i-'aiiiM 11 1 the Km imrium of Fashion
T .sidies' unction. Wediiesiiiiy.St ptemhi
For cash only will otter ill private cab:,
pteetdeiited bargains for ;t" days.
Sej.t, l.j-tl. G EO. C. MlLNt
The latest stvles of dress goods
ceived at the New York Store.
The largest stock of Flannels I.inseys, l?,.u
tickingaiKl Iirilling ever seen in Columbia,
at the New York Store.
The "Rye House" for rent two city
for sale one good .10 saw gin for sale.
A horse and e:irl for hire by the day or 'or
sa:e. Apply to Col. J. vV. Jiiuinliigton; olliee
in the front room ot tr. A. II. Blown s nSilce
Whitthorne block. . sept, l.j-lt.
A nw line of Calicoes and IVimestlcs for
sale cheap at Smith & Metcalfe's, juuclttl.
A largo stock of Shoes ut low
sale by Smith A Metcalfe,
(Jo to Smith .t Metcalfe's
Stock of Gents' Shirts.
and soo t he i
It Is the cheapest 111 the end. What It you
d mv 11 litt le more for it than you do f
nil inferior article: it. burns better, last-
lousier, docs not disintegrate like softer c
gives general satislnet ion, at'. I .;vqlleiitiy
prevenls domes! ie broils. '1 ry it lor your
self and be convinci-d. Orders proinrlly
tilled, iultlress K. S. liuisiilirnsi' v 1.0.,
(.eiieial Agents. "ii Union St.,
Sept. 8th-2ni, Nash ville, Tenii.
You cau buy a very handsome Hat
for a mere Bong at
Beautify ftistres of Gray and Black
Alpsr!' at 25 cts. jer yard at
Cheapest Flannels and Blankets at
O 3E2. O 3ST ES
has a large stock of underwear, aud
sells I hem cheaper than any
other house iu Columbia.
V'ill sell you a handsome BLick Dtess
Coat for $S.OO, well worth $12.50.
OtFei-s $2t) dress goods for $12.50.
Fiuet.t Black Doeskin Pants for $5.00
For $7.50 j-ou can buy a $12.00 iuit,
and for $12.00 you can buy ;
a $20.00 suit at
As low as
$2.50 for a
E ' S
For only $3.50
will sell you a substantial Overcoat
And examine his entire stock before
, you makeyour purchase.
It will pay you.
The candidates for the Legislature on the
Democratic ticket, to-wit: io represent the
county, Hon. J. Bee Bullock; for Floater,
Major Campbell Brown; for State Senator,
Col. V. 1). Fullton. Also, the Legislative
candidates on the Republican ticket, to-wit:
For the county proper, Hon. James 11.
Gregory; tor Floater, ; lor State
Senator, Hon. James P. Baird; Independent
Deinocrntic candidate for State Senator,
Judge v. U. S. HiU, will address their fellow-citizens
at the following times aud
Hampshire, Wednesday, October ISth, lSTti.
Mt. Pleasant, Thursday, October 1'Jth.
Bigbyville, Friday, October 20tli.
Bailiecueat Columbia, Saturday October
Park's Store, Monday, October 2:!rd.
Bally Hill, Tuesday, October 21th.
Spring Hill, Wednesday, October 25t'ii.
Baker Wiiite's Store, Thursday Ocl. Juth.
Santa Fe, Friday, October 27th.
Williamsport, Saturday. October 2Sth.
CullcokH, Monday, lctober olltu.
This arraiigenient whs agreed upon this
day bv all the ca didalcs. October 'Jtii, ls7o.
"JOHN B. BoN1, Chair. Dcui. Ex. Co:n.
V.'. D. IA VIS, Secretary.
Having this day suggested the insolvency
of i. J. Ciaig, deceased, to the Clerk of the
Comity Court of Maui y County, Tennessee,
y liereny given to ail persons nav nig
ci. liniS H iaii.st said estate to file them duly
initUeiiticatod vith said clerk, on or before
1 lie ilith of January, li'l, for prorata distri
bution, or the same will be forever barred.
Oct. 13th-lS76. t AdiiiinlBtrator.
I will opeu and hold an election as the
1 iv directs, at the election grounds, in inch
-i si district in the County of Maury, on
Tuesday, the 7th day of November, 1S76, ol
I he I ill no-:e of elect jng twelve Electors to
vote for President and Yice President lor
I lie I 'liited Slates; a Governor for the State
ci'Teiiuos.-i:c; a Congri ssiuan for the 7th
oiurressionitl District of Tennessee: a State
Senator for t he Counties of Maury and Wil
liamson; a Floater lor the Counties of Maury
and Williamson; a Jlepreseiilat ive for the
t'ountv of Maury, and to fill all vacancies
in di.-fi ict oilicc 'i Hie too nly of Maury.
M. A. ALEXANHKK,
Oct. (i-lsTfl. Sheriff.
A N I) SALE,
Pursuant to a decree rendered at the pres
ent term of the Chancery Court of Maury
County, in the cause of L. H. Cheatuiim
vs. K. C. Keed and others, I will on the Cth
of November, IsTtV sell at the court-house
i loot-, in Hie tov. n of Columbia, between the
legal hours of sale, the following described
real eMate, to-wit: situated in Marshall
County, Teiin., 13th civil district, aud
boiiinled as follows; on the north by the
Marshal! ( 'oimt v- line; vest by the lands of
A. 1. Mitchell; south by John L. Redding
inn! other.-; east by Henderson 1'igg and
ol heis; i-outainlng by estimation, about 90
aci'i s, more or li ss. Said laud will be sold
on a credit of six and twelve months, except
the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars to
be paid in cisb " day of sale, to pay cost
Ac, nous wi'.u two Kood feetnijties bearing
i titer st from uate, will be required of the
purchaser or purchasers. Said land will be
f.oM ree from the equity ot redemption.
Oct. 1 J-ISTO, 1. B. COOI'EH, C. it. M.
N 1) SAL E.
Is Your Lifo Worth 10 cents
Sickness nrevalls evervwhero. and every
ImmIv conielaliis ff some ilisen.se during
ttiiirllfe. When sick, the object is to get
well; now to sav plainly thai no person in
this world that Is sn ll'et VK v. It ll Dyspcp-ia.
I.i ver Complaint a;id its tt'ei ts. such as In-
digest ion, t -t i ceness. Sick llciiilache. Sour
Sloinach. Heart Iliirn, paliiitat ion .f tin
Heart. I"ir"ssetl Spirits, Itiliousness, jte
can take G kkkn's Avoukt Kuivkr without
getting rt-liel nnd cure, if you doulit m:
no to vour Druggist, Jo-.-iih Towlcr, also ti
Williams A Bro. Ml. Pleasant, ainl iret
sample lsltle for ly cents and trv it. Kegu-
4r size 7 cents. 1 wo doses will relieve
on. ntiril 1 Hh-7il-lv..
William Fitzpatrick, et al vs. S. J. Fitz-
I'uisuaiit to an order made in this cause
at tho October term, 187H, I will proceed to
sell at .public mil cry, on tho Cth day of No
vember, is((i, t thecouit-houso dKr, in the
.own ol loiunibla, upon a credit ol six,
twelve and twenty-four months, except two
nil nure-.i dollars in casn, io pay costs and
Attorneys lees, the following described
ii.u't or parcel of land lying iu the 0th civil
district of Mmiry County, Tennessee, and
Ixiuuded on the noith by E. Bryant; south
11 s. w. Fitzpatrick; east by W. M.
SMith; west by G. B. Ttdwell: containing
iiiimi ono n u ii' i reu aim seveniy-cigui acres.
.ill land will be soul free from the equltv
o, reiiem ptioii; the purchaser or purchasers
Mi'lhi' rt quired to execute notes beating
:ieresi nom nay oi sate, wnn good and ap-
i'io, i,i security, u. ti. tWI'Ui, u. x M.
A X D 8 A L E.
vs. H. 8.
Th-j SeputUeans and t'ao Goveracr
ship. Na-shvile Kcpublican-J
Ojr State Kxecutive Committee met
iu this city last Thursday, and decided
that it had no authority under the action
ot tno late convention to tnaUeatiy nom
ination or endorsement of a nubernator
ial candidate. Their decision has exci
ted profound regret in the minds of rep
resentative Hepublicaua hereabouts.
They believe that the committee should
have indorsed some man and put hiin cp
before the people.
As matters now stand, the' Republicans
have no candidate in the field, nnd they
take but little in the contest. (Some have
charged that thi s paper is for Gov. Por
ter, The Rtatemont n not true. The
position of tho Itepublican is this: As
between the candidates in the field, Gov.
I'orter is the least objectionable, he rep
resenting a principle and a party, ob
noxoufl through that party and principle
be to Republicans. The others are mere
political guerillas representing them
pelves an d not a party or faction, even.
As for Mr. Phonies, it is doubtful if he
gets a mngle Itepublican yote. His re
pudiation views are gall and wormwood
Io all Republicans. Mr. Yardley, lor
Hying in the face of the Convention and
announcing himself a candidate, cannot
get tne vote u pury; iiiougti we are
Irank to admit that as he is a life-Ion-
Republican, Ms claims aro superior to
thote of Gen. Maney, whose conversion is
ot late date., Except a change oc
cur in sentiment, a majority of the State
will not vote for any one for Governor;
iuite a mtmbcr will give their support to
i'orter. Ywtiley and Maney will divide
V.'e ar nut horizod to iinnounco ('AMI'-
P.Kl.L BKOWN ns a candidate for Floater,
to represent tho districts of Maury and 11-liani-on
fOJt UTA TE SEXA TE.
Wi-are tuithoi I'.ed to announce HON. W
II. S. HI LL , of Williamson County, as a
candidate lor the Slate Senate, from the
District composed of the counties of Maury
We are nil 1 hot ir.ed anil requested to an
nounce JOHN LA.1TA.Jk., as a candidate
or Mayor at tho ensuing November l it o-
We nrVaiulhorlzed to announce Majoic
J iHN"',v I t.l.I.VMSON, lis a candidate lor
Mayorot Columbia, at tho November dic
tion. We are authorized to announce W J.
DALE as a candidate lor Mayor. Election
FOR MA J'OA" AXD Al.DEH.VEX.
We are authorized and requested to im-
nounce Ttie lollowtng gentieineii a-s catidl-j
dab-s for Mayor und Aldei nieu of Hie City
For Mayor WJ. Dale, Sr. .
For Alderman First Ward Wilson Tuck-
er,.ieorge Is. IKkIsou, JNiil lloimau.
Heeond Ward L. M. Matthews, .1. Mori
lioilge, A. ilarr.
Third Ward George 1. Hodge.L. A. Boyd,
JOsepU A. Vt iUK.er.
fursuani to un oriter made Iu tins cause
ni me present lOctolier) term. 1-7(1. of the
Chancery Court at Columbia, Teiin.. I will
upon t lie i.tli of .November, IS7H, sell at pub
lic outcry, at the court-house door, In the
town of Columbia, upon a credit of six.
ix .'iM', cigim-cii an. i iw-em v-iour month
xcept two hundred and fifty dollars in
ca'ei to r-ay co-is and Attorney s fes. th
to;iov, iug ilcserilK-d real estate to-wit: a tract
land ol about sixty-five acres. Is'lonclnir
t t iie estnte of t he late John Cox, anil belnu
iviioM ii uncer survev s made io nnd on lili
in this -Ulice its lot No. S. and bounded bv
lamis of Mrs. Moses Hog.-, W. S. Jennings
an. I ot tiers, ami l Ihk and situated upon the
x-ei r ; !e lo.ui, in me !-t1e ot lennessee.
Mi'.iry County: notes with irood Keenritv
bearing interest, lr,. in date, will be r-iutnHl
oi uie purchase:-, nnd lien retained to secure
pay meat ol purchase mouey. The purchas
er will be reoiiired to otnnly with terms ol
;ie wtihiti ugai liouiv.
Oct. 1 l-lsTii. D. B. COOPKB, C. & M.
A. M. LOCXNEY".
J. B MURPHY
Attorneys - at - Law
And Solicitor- lit I'timiccry,
Nov. Columbia, Tenn.
T. M. JONKS. A. C. HICk'KY.
M. ,'ONKS, Jit.
JONES & HICKEY,
Solicitors in Chancery,
Will practice in the Courts of Maury xiid
Hickman Counties. e tnri.-e.- Whitthorne
Block, aug. ll-7(J-ly.
I.N. BAKNETT. G. T. 'HUGHES
Harriett & Hughes,
Columbia, Tennessee. .
Offick: OftWest Main Street, formerly
occupied by Thomas & Barnett.
GEORGE C. TAYLOR.
R. H. SANSOM,
TAYfcOR & SANSOM,
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors ti Chancery
Will practice in Maury and adjoining
counties, aud in the Supreme a:id Federal
Cmirts at Nashville. Secial attention
given to the collection of claims. wrOr-
kick: iNorin iam oiroei., Heomiuum.rirmu
Jan . 2btb-1876.
J. WALKKK GllEKN. II. S. TUOMFHOK.
CRCEN & THOMPSON,
A-TUTOISISTJVW - AT -
Columbia, Ter nessee.
Will nractiee iu the various courts of
Maury and adjoining counties. " Special
attention given to collections. .
J. H. DEW
The hardest and best
ARTICLE OF GOAL
E. S. EEINGET7SST& CO., denl Ag'ts,
NASHVILLE - --TENN.
June y0-76-6ni. &
Notice to Creditors.
Jas. II. Akin, Administrator of J. L. Isom,
vs. S. H. Isoni, and the creditors of
the deceased. .
In this cause pending in the Chancery
Court at Columbia, Tennesson, it is ordered
that all parties having claims against t he
estate of J. L, Isom, deceased, will appear
on or before the second Monday in October
next, and file their demands or claims
against said estate, and have themselves
made parties to said suit.
Sept. i!l-2t- D. B. COOPER, C. & M
T. W. TURPIN.
WRIGHT & DEWS
ATTOIlNEYtS - AJT - JLA"V
aud Solicitor in nrrry,
S-Oilice Whitthorne Block up-stalrs.
V. P. HOWELL.
Mtoney at Law ad 2'iicitor ia vhmsry
Soccial attention triven to the collection
of claims. Office: Whitthorne Block. Janl ly
J.B.BOND. v B. A. ROGERS
BOND & ROGERS,
Attorneys at Law,
We have in stock a QrsL-class assortment ot
Jennie i ndst .
Also Harness from
$12,00 to $100,00
PER SET. ,
Our work is first-clast ; the prices lower
than the same kin't of ' rork cau be bought
north X Columbia.
KUJ IN & TURPIN.
pure bred poultry
The undersigned offers lor sale a few very
fine Cockerels of the aliove varities. Stock
directly from W. II. Todd. Also a few very
! uood Light and Dark Brahma Cockerels.
l'.ugs lor liatcning in season, 110111 an ui uie
above varieties. My Fowls are kept In sep
arate yards, and bred pure. Prices reason-
ab e and salislacliou guaranieeu.
A. A. LIPSCOMi,
Sept. 2U-7ti-ly. Columbia, Tennessee.
C. W. WITHERSP00N,
Attorney - at - Law,
Will attend with promptness to all Leaal
nusiness itit rusted to his re in Maury
11 ud iKlioiniii Counties. Strict attention to
collection and settlements of nil kiuds.
Otlice Whitthorne iiioclt.. jan. 28-ly
Ilavins this dsv suiisrested the insolvency
of A. O. 1'. Nicholson, deceased, to the Clerk
of the County Court, of Maury County, Ten
nessee, notice is hereby given to ull persona
having claims airainst said estate to file
them dulv u' heiiiieated with said clerk
011 or before the '2!ith of January, 18., lor
prorata distribution, or the same will be
forever barred. C. O. NICHOLSON,
Sept. 29th-:s7(j. Administrator.
P. H. SOUTH ALL, Jr,
ATTORNEY - X.-A."W,
(' Special attention given to collections
Offck: WhitthorneBlock. june ;)-ls7li
A. M. HUGHES A, M. HUGHES, JR.
A. I& Hughes & Son,
m SolicitoKJ iu Chancery,
Will practice in the Couits of Maury and
adjoining Counlus, and Supi eiiie and Feil
enil Courts at Nashville. The strictest at
tention will te given to all 'business en
trusted their care. Otlice Siulh Side West
Main St., 2.1 door from llieSo. jare. aprl21.1y
and KSSS2ldV LAW,
Office: up staiis, above Pjst Olllce.
Will give strict attention to all business
ent rusted to him, in any of the Courts ol
Maury, Williamson and adjoining Counties.
Collection and settlements jf all kinds, at
tended to with promptness.
Will hold an otlice at Spr.na: Hill every
Saturday. may lLth-ls7t.
JOHN T. TUCKER . '.V. F. TUCKER
J. T. & W. F. TUCKER,
"Wholesale and I.ctail
Notice to Creditors.
BeDiamin Harlan has this day made i
Deed of Trust to me lor the benefit of hi:
creditors: nnd thev are herebv notified U
have their claims properly ceriineu auu
tileil with me at once.
E. 11. HAll HtK,
V ON-RESIDENT NOTICE.
J. XV. Frierson, Administrator of William
Hawkins, dee'd, vs. Lorenia Wray and
others, the devisees and legatees aud
heirs of Villiaui Hawkins, dee'd.
In this cause which is pending in the
Chancery Court held at C tmbia, Tennes
see, it annearitisr to me from complainant'.-
bill, which is sworn to that. Lorenia Wray
and her children are non-residents of the
State of Tennessee, and are residents of the
State of Missouri: and that Seletha Erwiu
and her children are non-residents of the
state of Tennessee, and residents of the
State of Texas; and one lxwder and his
children are non-residents of the State of
Ten nessee. and are residents of the State ol
Mississippi, and that the names of the heirs
of Itoena Grimes are unknown. Suld bill
avers thut the complainant is unable to
stale alter a diligent inquity, any more
fully than above the names and residences
of said parties; aud that all of said parties,
(wit ll the exceptions ot said Lowuer ami uis
Isimiiv. who comiiiaiiiant supposes nave
some interest iu the estate of said Hawkins)
are the devisees, luimtees and heirs of Wil
liam iiawKius. ills mere lore oruereu uy
me that publication be made iu the Colum
bia Herald and Mail, a newspaper publish
ed ill the town of Columbia. Tenues-ce, f
four consecutive weeks, requiring all of said
D uties to a t -near at the court-house, to an
swer, plead or demur to comniaiuam s tun,
on or b-'fore the list Monday la November,
lc7, which is a rule day. or the same will be
Udceu f. !' confessed, aud set for hearing ex-
piite as to them. D. U. COOPER, C. oc M
T. A. SSilRUIS,
U. S. COMMISSIONER,
Mr. PLEASANT TENN.,
WILL be in Columbia every Monday. Bus
iness connected with this oilic! left with
A. iu. Hughes, jr., or at His olllc. will re
celve prompt attention. oct. Hth-tl.
COMMISSION MEJIClLfVKTS !
North tast lormr Tublic S(jiiio,
C'oi.nmsiA, - - rr.?isi;sEK.
lValers in Cotton and nil kinds of pro
duce. Liberal advances mai e on goods in
store. l' ov. l!-ls7o-l v.
3 ? CONDENSED TlfiflE!
R. M. FRIERSON
ealH aai North Alahaa Sailrjiis!
TEA 1XS GOIXU UOUTH.
Jan. 30, 1876. J No. 3 No. 5
Ii I O U O IFS.
FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES.
Prescriptipns carefully com
poundod day o : night.
I H.m pm
I 2.:il am
J. ANDBKVv S. I . 3
J. 1. STKEI.T.
" Calera ,
" Blount Spri ugs
TliAlNKo. 1 connects nt. Di-c.itur iith
Memphis & Charleston K. It.: at 1'aiei.a with
S II. V D. It. Ii.. at Guthrie with St. fnis
: fsoutneaslern it v: at Alfkpnz i wit
Jva-shvillo ik .Northwestern It y; at Mon
i;omery with Mobile k Montgomery It. R,
ior r-ensacoia, Moone and .ew Orleans.
1 KAl.i Jso. a connects at Decat ur pivkI,
find west wnn Memphis and Char
leston Railroad; at Birmingham with
Alabama and Chattanooaa Railroad- at
alera with helmii, Rome and Dalton Rail
road; at Montgomery with W estern Ra.l
road (of Alabama), Montgomery anil it' i
i iu in liattroau ana Jiobiic and Mc
TEAIXS UOIXG XOKTH.
SucoiSEors It- Aii''i.vs, Ha its ti c
Columbia, : : i'eiiucssce,
ITardware, Ouns, Reapers,
Iron, Pistols, Threshers
1 Iowa, aeon.), Leather
And agents for all kinds of
Agricultural Implements ! I
And agents for the following Reliable
Insurance CouipanW s:
STATE, - - Nashville.
COMMERCIAL, - - - Nashville.
PLAN I f.R'S, - - Memphis.
. t-v.ur.tt.'s Aj uiwn t.ur-', luisvine, Ky
PKNN. - - 1 iiladelnhla. Pn
CITIZEN, - - Newark. N. J.
Will write risk at lilx rnl rates. Thoso
desiring insurance will hml it tieci'UtVv to
tlieir interest to eive lis a call iioviy-75-ly
Jan. SO, 1876.
Lv Columbia I 7.45 mn ! 7.S8 am ......
-.r Franklin, Ten, 6.01 i.rii ! .. am
Ar N.&.C. Depot' H.4.) mn'lil.tain
Nashville I H..V mo til. Ill am
Lv Nashville 110.15 nmi 1.20 nm I "
Ar Gallatin .ls pm !. W am
I- riinlGin, Ky. 10.11 Din 110.28 am ! .
1.2i) am I 4.2a pinj
2.41 am 5.48 pmi 6.27 am
2.55 dm ij.Oi pm 6.42 am
l.li am 1.52 pin : 8.22 am
.V8 am 8.40 pmi 8.57 am
6.25 am .4 5 pin 10.05 ain
7.00 am 10.05 pm . 10.25 am
GI'iSiow J unc.
J&. '. AKIS.J
FRT?a?trtt! n rrt n v i uio. j.. i .ji. r .who
muSLlitt' Jas. T. AMa&Co,
Medicines and Chemicals,
Fancy ad Toilet Articles
SPONGES, I-RUSHl-W, PERFUMERY,
WINES AND LIQUORS
FOR MEDICAL USE.
We are authorized and reiiipstHl
u.iii the following gentlemen as
dates lor Min or aud Aldermen of
for Mayor Major Join! T. Willianison.
For Aldermen Krst Ward S. D. F. Mc
Een, Geo. b. liaison, Win. J. Andrews.
Nec.uid Ward Grecu 'T. Challill, L. M
Matthews, J. Mort 1 lodge.
'J'hird Ward -George D. Ilod::c L. A. lined,
Joh, A W'alker. . '
S.iulii S!io i'obilc Hquarc, CoJnmlda. Tennfuo.
I wiil be in Mt. Plensant five days in evV
cry inontli, oeginnnig nif zmt week Iu each
njonili. iwiiiuouowu on .ion,tay nxt
Auiuisl nil. 1 1 io-c winning jientai work,
can see me nt I ;'. Mucmini s old orhce.
August 4tll-tt VV U NIIF.l-rARO
'e are prepared to fiirnim all kinds of
Coffins. Caskets, and Burial Cases, wit h First
Class Hearse, gentle horses and caret ill
drivers. We are also pren red to furutsli
Carriages and Hacks for fiiiieia) IHi-asions.
All calls will oe aiteiuii-i pioinptly, day or
night, uy -oi. v in. in. h mics, wno has
liirtDJ" vears experience as Undertaker, aud
we auarutee satlsl'-u-tion.
e? s,wi!ii a'4.ejn,i.-ii gneii to re-mu-r-
lil' Ut t-i bodies.
umrhl"1'1 s'''" Pllilic Square, at
H. W. SHiidets' o'u KiuHii; tid open al ail
hours, difj' or Jient.
TRA IN No. 2 connects at Nashville with
N. C. iS: St. Iuis R'v West for Memuhis: at
U'Uiniin Juue. with Knoxville and Hich-
moud Branches; at Cincinnati June, with
L. C. 4 L. R. R. for the North nnd Kast: at
Louisville with V. S. Mail Boats for Cin
cinnati and with O. & M. R'y and J. M. & I.
11. R. for the North, East and West.
TRAIN No. 4 connects at, lilamrow June. Io
md from Glasgow; at Cave City to and from
Mammoth Cave; at Cincinnati June, with
L. C. UK. R. for the North, and East: at
Iiuisvllle with O. & M. and J. M. & I. R. R.
iortbe North, Kast and West, aud with U. S.
Mail Line Steamers for Cincinnati.
TRAIN No. 6 connects at Glasgow Juncl
to .ind Irom Glasgow; at Cve Uty to and
from Mammoth Cave; at Cincinnati -June'
wlih L., C. iV L. It. R. for the North and East;
nt Loiusvl.'.e with o. A M. and J., M. I.-R.
H,forthe. North, East, aud Wesl, and with.
U. -3. Mail Line steamers for Cincinnati.
Tourists will find ibis route oilers great
inducement to those going lo the Centen
nial Exposition. Direct connection are
riiaue in ijouisvilie with through curs, run
iiins; direct to the Centennial grounds.
Frnit trees of nil descriptions suitable to
a growth In the Mouth can be procured ot
our agents, who are in Maury County at
present. J. W. Ross & Co.
GEO. J. GOODRICH & CO.
Wholesale Dealers in
TOBACCO and CIGARS
Proprietors ot the Celebrated
"PORTER RIFLE" CIGAR.
33 Int1lc square - NAMlVUtU
J. GOODRICH & CO.
Bucccsor to Hpui lock, lloke fe Co., V
Cotton Enactors S Commission Xvler chants
ISTos. 0( fc 98, South College Street, ISTashvillo, Tenn.
win rnri,iui. i. t.. ... i ... . , . ... . .
" "...-b -. ..r-u, tt 1. t ue jowesLiiiai-Kei price, and make liberal n. !,.. ,.n ..i ui. win -
py.our old stand, and ull consignmenta will be uuder our own supervision. ""'-
Mammoth. Dramatic"' Company
Including tbe charitiing'youag actress,
BUSS IMIL ' LEWIS,
Who will appear iu her chaste aud sublime impersonation of
Louise, Tlx SllxicSL Girl,
1 INT THE -
t o o rtpiiiLiNrs.
Admission 75 cts . Reserved Scats $1. 00'
Beats cau be procured at the Drug Stores. D ors opeu at 7 o'clock. Curtaiu
rises at 8 o'clock. ,
FALL & WINTER CLOTHING
TYLER & WflLLAMS,
Announces the Arrival of their
2aII and Winter Stock !
CONSISTING OF A MAGNIFICENT LINE OF
PLIITIIIlll. BOOTS Hil SI10I!S
zoiEfcrsr - G-ooDS,
FUBNISHING GOODS, HATS, &c.
Together with au elegaut assortment of
Bought direct from Manufacturers aud Importers of these good.-.
All Wool Jeans at 35 Cents Per Yard.
We have excelled all previous effr.rts in the iuit'uase of this stoek, and our well-established
reputation for sell! ni; cheap witl be fully ma in tallied by us duriii the coming sea
son. We iuive increased facilities for u; vim; actual bargains to the people of Coiiimbii, as
one of the flrm, ( Mr. A. Ko-ientlia!) is always iu the inurket, and ships us fresli goods daily
at tlie very lowest prices possible.
TO COXJIsTTJY 1VIERCHANTS,
We can offer some special attractions. We have made arrangements V) supply dealers
nil goods at jobbers' jiricus, and are reedy to duplicate lor them XashvUle or C'iuciiuiKti
Am we are conlident our figures cannot be beaten this side of Cincinnati, we omit ouoln
tlor.s in thu paper, lnv. ting all ti call anil convince themselves that we are teping
FACTS. (ctober i:i-7ti-ljauj A. KUsEN'l HAL & BR ).
and Winter .
UToTdTdj Susiness Suits,
Slack Dress Suits,
English Worsted . Suits,
Overcoats, Every Variety
FINE ENGLISH AND FRENCH
CASSIMERE COATS AND VESTS!
English and French Cassimero Pants! Cassimores in tho
Piece! All Kinds of Clothing made to Order! Partly
Uade Dress Shirts, Best Wamsutta Muslin and Irish Lin
en, Six for 87.50. Finished Complete, Six for 89. uo. Fine
Hats in all the Latest Styles! Gent'3 Furnishing of Every
;escnpuoa, j ubl rtsueivea ay
For Xiabor Business and Dress.
Imported Cloths, Cassiiiicivs, and Ycslings,
Which we Manufacture in the Latest Style,
and guarantee satifaction.
KLEliMT UISPL.1V OF SBfRWBlR, HXDEUVBiR,
UosixT?y? G lovres, Vulises;
XJm'bi'ellraSy Htits, I3c)ots? Shoes
Handmade Boots and Sli e s a Speciality.
3?er Cent Discount Ciisli!
m km m m tc m k
k uimxm a in
DEALERS IN BAGGING AND TIES,
FINDLAY'S COTTON PRESSES, THE BROWN COTTON
GIN, FINDLAY'S I X L COTTON GIN, MASSEY'S
EXCELSIOR COTTON GIN, SOLICITORS
OF COTTON AND GRAIN.
99 & lOl South College Street
NASHVI I, .L, JPj9 T K ISr 1ST.
New York Store!
Next Door to Tyler & Williams.
SMITH & METCALFE.
IRFlioIesaie and. KLotail !
NEW GOODS !
THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY OF,
SiiPI-S aadPACY GROCERIES
ai i -r-w a:.. lri. : t. : i ' .. . 1 . I . . j . - ... . . , . . .
uouiesut; iiisiiitf, r icuui xiuuie, Hur mpurietl V lilts sinil T I-1
ijuuib. w uiJitioi mauiciuruw uuaiu IU llltK'UHUU! m wailt OI KllrTllVu
I hnvB full Htwk nf I'.nistM liriii Itro m.J V. AT... Jf11? I
- " - - - - - oo " - v. . i " a.cit uai ( 1 1 Ml rit'lxls
ujhiih .?n 1 o fiirnilioil In tli truth nt Wfm .....it., llntaa ts s-. . . . I
amiue Stock and price?. E. W." GAMBLE,
Jan. 14-76-ly. (Vr. Main aud Mechanic Sta.
Immense arrival of New (JooiIh, ciusiting of
Dry-Goods, Notions, Trunks, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
And au ndless varie ty of
Flannel; Blankets, Shawls Laces.
The largest stock of Clotliiuir ever noeii in Columbia, which whs bought t
Bankrupt sale, and at prices to astonish Ihe world, which he olli rs to the
fublic at a very small advance. Below we give a few of the ligure: A very
arge handkerchief at 5 cts; a uuujIm r one coiset at 40 ct-S all Wi ol Manuel lit);
V2 sdooIs of the best thread for 40 ct. or . mioo'h for ! cb; 3 i.ui er of ihiih 'for
10 cts. Boots and Shoes otl'eied ut bottom prices. Everything ol the very
best make, aud will give entire satisfaction. Quick sales aml,siiiHll pront in
our motto. m pt. l-j lSV'i.
Vv ill sell and deliver promptly for cusli, ly tlie Car Loa:l, or Snmll 'juiiiililv,
Cumberland, Pine Hill, & Cahawba Coals
FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURES GIVEN.
For Convenience to his Customers, lie litis opened un Ofi ce in I lie J'ron
' Room of Dr. A. II. Brown's Office, in Wliittlioine's Block. tejr Call and
I leave or send your orders. "&a sept. 1-70-tl.
THE LARGEST FIRE SURPLUS OF ANY COMPANY
IX THE WORLD.
Wc Hold Thee Safe!"
Sad' ties, liriilles. Hirness. Saddle and
Shoe findings, Farmer's tools, at 'w-
en w, tsoutli-euMt l.:orner Public Sn'iare
2i:iiu o iu niiiDa. i t M. i-i-t f
youll llln Slrrer,
ti- cill;lA TESKESeEK
Board, "Ser lay.
ipi.licatlon to'lhe proprietor.
Hal nmi.'- ..
JAMES Ii. GCE8X.
Garble SVI anu factory
Pttlhii Filace Cars WIi:c:t Cbsg e
Are Ran between
New Orleans and Louisville,
Via Montgomery on No. 2 and No 3.
Memphis and Nashville,
For Information about Tickets and Emi
grant Itovles to Florida, Arkansas and Tvim,
or C. P. ATHORE,
Uen'l Pass. 4 Ticket Ag't,
.Ian.?l,li7ti. t Ioulsvllle, Ky
t i V ll
mmmnis and to?ib8tones,
All of the best Italian Marble.
Cr All work an cheap an can I done alo.
There. Manufactory on West Main !itTt.
lear the Institute. s 1 mb28yl
Thomas Williamson and others exparte.
Notice is hereby ei veil tliat Thomas Wil
liamson JoM'ph Pillow, Anderson I'olk and
I taae Myera, ruling KKIers and Ht-acoim of
Uie "VMnte Spring Chapel" a reliKiii or
L'iinizntioii in tiie town of Columbia, Ten
nessee, and are a part or and under the ju
ri.li;t,i',ii of tlie Fnited Primitive U ipliHt
AsNOciiition of the S!ate of 1 ermessep, jn the
L n lied States, have tiled their lu tilion in
the Chauc.- ry Oiurt at Columbia, Tenn., get
ting lorth that they together with the con
gregation ;with which they worship, are
organized for the purpose of worshinninu
(jod, and that tut Kiicti church tliey desire to
be made a body public and Incorporated in
accordance with tt-.e laws of tlie siute nn.
cler the name aud s'yie of the "White
Spiinij Chapel" of the Primitive Baptist
Church, in the loa n of Columbia, and ask
ing that thev have nower to una a n,i i.
sued, and of nletuilna and hei
and of accepting, receiving and holding reaf
and personal property, and asking for such
other powers as may be necesmirir in .or,
out and perrect tlieir organization, and as is
usual linncorporated liodiev Now. there
fore. iiVVjiislderatlon of tb ...
ordere4V me, that publicantn be 'made
lordo ilirjs in the Columbia Herald and
Mail, ajiwwsnum'r publinhetl 'In th
of Columbin, Tennessee, notifyinc all per
sons, to appear on the first Monday in So.
vein ler. it hejinc rule dav of u i.i (,,. r.
Court, mul and t here show cause why
ieiirsoi incorporation should not issue,-
R OY AL
INSURANCE COMPANY OF .LIVERPOOL EN CLAN I)
Manager: JOHN H. HcLAREN, Esq., at Liverpool.
Total Aasets in tne United States
Net Fire Surplus, after deducting Liabilities of every
Iossea Paid since organization
Annual Statement, January, l7.
HUMMAHV OF ASSK'l M.
Cash in Bank of 1,1 verpool and other Ban ks j
Balances In hands of Agents, at Branch Oilloes, and In coursi: of lninsi,,lssi.ii ..
i.asn in principal umw.., i ; ;
Real Kstate owced by Company (no encumbrancer ...
British, Indian, and Colonial Stocks, Shares, and Bonds owned by Company
i.n..b.l uaNio 7 4HK.I04 Ail
United States Bonds (market value l JOU 50i
Stock ami Bonds of Cororatlon and titles held as security f
loaned (maraei van i-
ioauson Bonds and Mortgage, first Ileus on jaiii OT.iirJ
Other secured Ioans, accrued Interest (since paid;, aud admissible Assets
Total Assets ' ....
Samsnarjr of Llnbill Ilea and Net Fire NurpliiM. '
Total amouht of all liMbllities exclusive of the undermentioned...! I, "hi."" 0
Amount ne-eHSMry safely to re-insure all out.stnnliug risks. ... l,(i,l mi
Net Fire Surplus at market value, if."i,sl l.lsl 17, less (iiivlUI LI not
extended iu Compauy's stateuient 5,.ll2.lwi;il
2, 418, 41 4 i,A
5. H3J.4K1 IT
l.ll lK 71
lor rash actually
... ;hi:. a
,.. infra .7
H Firo Iicoze of Ccapaay"
Firct lIfnnial Ranb States ta dwi-g 1375, - - - i,704-,d4.7
(I ol lldlUlllUl Lydilivl A" losses of this departmout paid by us without rereriiice to I.lveis)ol or . vlsewliu.ru
SA.iUHjrl & UASTLJJHAW, Managers hoiitliern department.
Of Columbia, Tenn.
Office: S. K. Cor. Main aud Sixth Streets,
J. J. ELAM, Esq., Aeent. JOSH G. BAILEY, Esq , Special Ageut
June tttn-isju coiumtiiiit enn.
DOES A GENERAL BANKING
AXD EXUHANG.E BUSINESS.
Eugine R. Smith, M. D.,
Office at Masonic Hall. Otlice- Hours:
From H to w a. in.: and from to:) p. m., and
j 7 p. m. sept. 15-7U.
KCiriWELLI JW.J. WEBSTER
McDowell & "Webster,, "
Attorneys - at - L7?
t OLl'HBU, TtifSESSEF-i.
Scl t. I j-ISTj. tf
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