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HERALD AND MAIL.
f lid ay Mornlnir, Atrmbrr 10, 1S7H.
This is a Coon.
X ES0CSAT3 - ELECT TEEI& FR'SICENT,
And Peace and Prosperity
onceomore ' Assured.
Ho Solid South, No Solid
North, but an United
All Rejoice. It is the
Triumph of Right
t:leen csbtainly elected.
Col. D. B. Cooper, of the Demo
cratic State Executive Committee,
received the following dispatch yes
terday evening at 5 o'clock, from
John W. Childress, Chairman of the
i-ftate Committee :
Nashville, Nov. 9, 1876.
Col. D. B. Cooper: Tildan el ec
ed hoyond a doubt. South Carolina,
Louisiana and Florida all lor him.
J. W. CntLDRBM.
SOUTH CAROLINA GONE EEliOCBATIS.
Charlehton, S. C.,Nov. 9.
Nineteen counties official give
Democratic majority twenty thou
sand mi hundred and thirteen. Elev
en counties trustworthy report and
official, give Republican majority
14,159. Only to be hoard from two
remaining counties, Charleston and
Carekton, which before the election
republicans claimed respectively
0,f00 majority. If the result con
firms the anticipation, Hampton's
nett majority 2,945, and Tilden's
jn-obably 10 to 15 per cent. less. The
city is in condition of feverish ex-citeraent.
FEOM WADE HAMPTON HIMSELF.
Wade Hampton sent a di.spateh to Gen.
r'icritham at Nashville last night, statin?
th:it he was elected Governor of South
Carolina by 2,500 majority, and Tilden
hud carried the Slate by 2,000 majority.
This makes the election of Tilden safe
and ceuain beyond the possibility of a
Returns from all counties in South Car
olina, counted out, except part o( Charles
tun County. When all is counted out,
Hampton will be elected by 1600 or 1900
and Tilden not far behind. Democrats
jjuin 7 State Kenators, 37 Representa
tives, which gives them a majoriry of one
on joint ballot, which ensures a Demo
cratic Senator in place of Fatterson.
Dispatch at 10 o'clock last night from
Tallahassee, Florida. Democrats
carry their entire State ticket.
We are glad to see the tone of the Res
publican press ot New York; they con
cede the electon of Mr. Tilden. and say
that it proves that the people are not gal
liy slaves, and therefore will rebel
against the oppression and tyranny of Rny
part y. A change has been long needed,
and it has come ot last a bright day is
in store tor us. The American Republic,
the pride of nations, is again on a solid
foundation, and will live to celebrate an
lhe election on Tuesday, which re
sulted in the political redemption of the
public of America, wai the grandest
viciiuy for intelligence and religion over
nil rupticn, vice and ignorance that has
ever taken place in the unnals of history.
)ur Republic, which for many years had
bi-en thought by the powers of Europe to
b- nothing but a shell, and which would
.mm '- be shattered i.ito pieces, as theirs
alw ays were, has stood the storm of a
hundred years, nd has celebrated its
'i nleimial. Hut all admitted that it
w.is tottering under the heavy load of
corruption that was, more or less, born of
t'u- hue civil strife through which we had
just passed. Tilden's election has again
placed it upon a firm foundation; under
I. is administration there will ho no sec
tMiwiI fieling; there will be no solid
South, and the hand shaking across the
bloody chasm will be a friendly grasp
indeed. The election augurs good, for
ti e whole country; under his rule, cors
riiptioti in high places will be hunted out,
ar.d perpetrators of fraud will have just
punishment meted out to them, let them
be of whatever political party they may.
The Republican party, as was expected,
:d everything in their power and ex
hausted every moons until fair and foul,
t eiirry this election, knowing if they
were not successful, that their political
gr.iveg would be yawning for them, and
that they would sink into them "un-
wept, unliniiorfd and unsung.' Horn of
si rile, and the carnage of civil war, they
li'ive been buried in peace, aud the bals
lo:s of the country, like the snow flakes
of heaven, give them a covering. We
forgive them for many of their iniquities,
and admit that there are some Republic
cans who belong to the party from prin
in pace," Republi-
is Democratic by 35,000 at
Legislature larcely Democratic. .Por
ter's majority fully 3.-,000. All the mem
bers of Congress are re elected.
Admiral Wiiitthorne, the Coming Man,
is elected by 10.000 or 12,00 majority.'
He had a walk over against his oppo
nents Cliffe and Blackburn.
New York has gone Democratic by at
least ::0,t;t)0, New Jersey by 10,000, Dela
ware by 3,0H), Connecticut byjS.OOO, In
din rut by 8,000, Wes Virginia by 15,000,
Virginia by 25,000. North Carolina l,y
10.0(10, South Carolina by 2,000, Georgia
by 'O,0(i0, Louisiana by 10.000, Mississ
s:ppi by -Ht.OOO, Tennessee by 3j,000, Tex
as by 75,000, Kentucky by 00,000, Flori
da by 3,000, Alabama by 30,000, Arkan
sas by -10,000, Missouri by !0.000, Ma
rylatMl by 15.O00. Oregon. Wisconsin,
and Nevada are still iu doubt. This is
dboiit the result
up to time of going to ;
TEE EEST7LT IN DETAIL.
f!iNf!ismTi. Nov. 8th. 9 A. M. The
morning papers about concede the elec
tion of Tilden. The Commercial says
there 13 barely gronnds for hope that
Hayes may make it, but thinks Tilden is
elected. . .
ti... da-Toita anvii. at present writing.
clock. P. M.. conceding New York
for Tilden; he has 184 electoral votes cer
tain, leaving INortn Carolina, duuvh va.-.
Florida. Louisiana and Wisconsin
in doubt. Any one of these States, most
of which are claimed by tne juemocratu,
would elect him. It is therefore proba
ble that Tilden will be
The Next President.
The Commercial gives Tilden as certain
l st.i electoral votes and Hayes 156, and
nuts down as doubtful, South Carolina,
Louisiana, Florida and Wisconsin.
Tbe Enquirer Crowing;
nn fh strength of the elorioua news
om.tainnd in dispatches we have turned
irvnto nnr mammoth rooster this morning
Them is no doubt about the election of
Tilden. 1 he Republicans give up tne
fihi. Our rooster is a handsome bird, he
hasn't had much lung exercise in the past
sixteen years, lie comes torth tun oi
vigor after magnificent rest. Let him
crow lustily, lor our victory is a good and
sweeping one. Cockadoodle doo, tor lil
den and Reform.
AoaUBTA, GA., Nov. 8. Florida re-,
turns come in slow. In southern and
wnstern counties the Democrats gain
largely. The Democratic majority in the
State will reach 60,000.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 8. A heavy
vntn was Dolled in V irginia. Returns in
fTipntn the Democratic majority id Vir
ginia will be 25.000 to 30,000.
Indianapolis, Nov. 8. Indiana has
gone Democratic by an increased major
ity. Tilden's majority will be at least
Cincinnati, Nov. 8. The Republi
cans have carried the State by from 8,000
New Orleans, Nov. 8. Sufficient re
turns have been received to render it cer
tain that Tilden has carried the State by
Jackson, Miss, Nov. 8. Mississipp
elects five, perhaps six, Democratic Con
lressmen. 1 he Democratic majority in
the Htate is between 30,000 and 40,000
Mobile, Ala., Nov. 8., Return from
Alabama so far show about the the same
Democratic majority as in the last August
election. Tilden's majority will reach
20.000. The Democrats elect seven Con
srressmen. The coutest in the first dis
trict is very close.
New Orleans. Nov. 8. The Demo
crats claim the State by 15,000.
Summing It I'p.
Cincinnati. Is ov. 8. 10:20. a. m.
The following summary is made from re
turns received up to ten o clock thi
morning: States carried by Hayes: Iowa,
Illinois. Maine, JNebraska, Wisconsin
Pennsylvania, Kansas, Minnesota, Ohio
New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode I
land. Michigan, Oregon, Massachusetts
and Colorado. Total electorial vote for
Hayes 157. Carried by Tilden New
York. New Jersey, South Carolina, Mis
sissippi, Alabama, California, Missouri
V est irginia, Aikansas, lennessee
Georgia, Virginia, Connecticut, Nort
Carolina, Texas, Delaware, Indiana
Kentucky, Maryland, Florida. Electo
rial vote for Tilden 201. In doubt Lou
isianaand Nevada electorial vote 11.
Comments of the Bfew fork Press,
New Yoke, Nov. 8. The Tribune c
this morning says: With last night'
counting of the votes Governor Tilde
ceased to be a candidate of a party; to
day he is elected President of the whol
country. As such, until he has don
something to forfeit his claim thereto, h
is entitled to our respect, confidence and
support. However we may have doubted
his policy or party heretofore! let us now
accept the situation and hope for the best
lhe limes says: At tne Hour ol go
ing to press the result of the Presidential
election is still in doubt. Enough has
been learned to show that the vote has
been unprecedentedly heavy; that both
parties have exhausted their full legiti
mate strength, that the peculiar Demo
cratic policy for which such extensive
preparations were made in the large reg
istry in this city, ana m the enormous
registry in Brooklyn has had its effect
and that in some ot the States where the
fhotgun and rifle club were relied upon
to secure a Democratic victory, there is
only too much reason to fear that it has
been a success.
Every Honest and Patriotic Han
in the Union. e but state a pregnant
fact which no man more clearly recogs
nizes than Gov. 1 Hden, that his election
is largely due to the voles of indepen
dent Republicans. Let us be devoutly
tbanklui that the benefits which will Ho
from the Tilden and Hendricks is the
work of the friends of reform, and to them
tbe credit belongs.
The Sun says though the returns of
the election of yesterday arc yet far from
complete, they very clearly indicate that
8. J. Tilden and Thomas A. Hendricks
have been chosen President and Vice-
President of the United States. The
blow dealt at the party in power by an in,
aignant people as it is gratifying to the
lhe World says: Peace on earth to
men, and good will. The magnificent
victory has been won by a party for the
salvation of the people. It brings to de
teat the same blessings which it insures
to victory. As in the heat of battle, so
now in the hour of victory, the true Deio
ocrats of America will show themselves
faithful to tbo cardinal principle of their
cxeed the equality of all men befrr the
law and in the courts of public opiuion
1 heir advent ot power means justice,
fair dealius, and
An Open Field,
to all citizens and all doctrines.
ine ueraia compliments J mien on his
election, and wishes him, with the utmost
sincerity, a conspicuous success. While
regretting the defeat of the great party
which carried through the war.which freed
the slaves, and has paid large shares of
the debt, it congratulates tbe country up
on tbe result of the election, as showing
that the American people are not the
slaves of any party, and that they will not
let past services condone what they be
lieve to be an
Injurious or Improper Policy.
It proves the existence in our country of
amassed independent voters, who exist
in sunicient numbers to really control the
elections, and thus to shape tbe policy
ot the country, to punish wrong doing by
party leaders, and to bring new men into
power whether they choose, no matter
what effort 8 machine politicians may
All In My Eye.
New Yohk, Not. 8. The Times claims
Florida jor Hayes, and figures his elec
tion by one electoral vote.
The Tribune fully concedes Tilden's
election, making every allowance for sup-
fosed doubtful States. The Sun and
lerald are equally certain of Tilden's
success It is only a question of majoris
A. Bit Exelted.
Cincinnati, Nov. 8. The Republi
cans are wild with excitement over the
New York Times specials, that Louisiana
South Carolina and Florida have gone
jiepuoncan, electing Hayes by one yote.
1 lie Very Latest.
New York, Nov. it, 1.30 P. M.
Careful estima'es ot the returns received
up to date render it certain that Tilden
is elected. Even admitting that he loses
South Carolina and Florida whieh U
doubtful he is still elected, with a few
electoral votes to spare.
Desmoinls, Nov. 8. Returns from
7 counties aud 42 precincts in others,
show a majority for liayes of 9,'M7, a Re
publican gain of 4,727. The State will go
at least 55,000 Republican. Every pre-,
ciuct shows republican gains.
TEE VESY LATEST.
iiK-Birr.Tv-T.-Q. K. S Thirtv-two coun
J - wi - j ' - - , , c I uaiovtuuni luw, omit;, uuu i
ties, casting two-fifths of the vote ot lows,, . 8tand8: Hayes, 185; Tild
give Hayes 18,880 majority, a Republi- rhe Tribunes hashing
ran jrain ot H.SZS. ine omre
Hayes over 50,000 majority.
T VTi A V- A PAT 1C. Knv. 8. Returns from
qqo in,.nnk;r,s on,l worflu. which cast 43
per cent of the October vote, show Jriayes
ahead of Tilden 3,491, butwhich is a Dem-
Anfutin train fit i0. The same ratio
Tilden 7.000 majon
tt KtWinrr TiAmnemtic counties to hear
from may increase this estimate. The
town ships not heard from gave y.biJ
Democratic majority in October.
HAMPTON EI-ECTED GOVERNORjAND THE
A raivn. ";a.. Nov. 8. 1 A. m. Refrurns
frnm smith Cirolina from eighteen
couutiesout of thirty-two in tbe State
indicate the election of "Hampton with a
New York, Nov. 9- The World fur
nishes the following estimates of the elec
toral vote for tilden:
Alabama, 10; Arkansa?, 0; Connecti
cut 0: Deleware. X; Florid, 4; Georgia.
11; Indiana, 15; Kentucky, 12; Maryland,
8; Mississippi, S; Missouri, 15; New Jer
sey, 'J: Iew oi k, .io: Isorth Carolina. 10.
Tennessee, 12; Texas, 8; Virginia; 11;
Wett Virginia 5. Total 188.
lor Hayes: Colorado, 3: Illinois. 21;
Iowa, 11; Kar.sas, 5; Maine, 7; Massachu
setts, 16; Minnesota, 5; Nebraska, 3;
New Hampshire, 5; Ohio, 22; Peunsyl
vania, 29; Rhode Island, 4; Vermom, 5;
The Tribune believes everything
hinges on Florida, that the Republicans
have carried that State, and that the col-
says the Republicans have probably car--ried
The Times declares Hayes elected.
giving him 185 votes,
lhe Herald believes that Honda will
decide tbe election and considers it a
A careful examination of our dispatch-
es will show that if Florida is to decide
the result, Tilden's election is assured be
yond question. In addition to the Lake
City advices, a telegram to Gen. W. B.
Bate from lion. J. J. Finley. dated Jack
sonville. 10 P. M.. yesterdi-.y, says: "Til
den's majority in the State is estimated
atl2,000 to 2,500.' From Oregon and
Nevada we have heard only through Re
publican sources. Louisiana promises
6.000 majority, and we still believe South
Carolina to be ours, lhere is not, in our
opinion, the slightest cause for despon
dency among tne friends of lietorm.
The Eepuhlican Defeat in Obio.
The Republican triuuioh in Ohio has
dwindled into a conspicuous defeat.
The Democratic victory in thitt State is
noi insa empnatic than that in iuaiana.
uiir latest hgures show the majority
ot Hrnes to te but 5 CtHi, instead of the
15,0(10 or .VO.000 which the Republicans
hai been claiminsr. This majority has
been given on an uiiDiecedeuioily largo
vote, anion a large voto tt-.e Republi
cans have had possession ol Ohio since
t ho formation ot that party. The total
vots is said to bo lanrer bv 30.000 than
of last year, which was then the largest
vote tht had ever been cast in the
State. An o'.eorent in this contest that
has baon overlooked is the temperance
vote. In 1873 prohibition hd 10,000
otea in Ohio. In 1874 it had nearly
8,000- Last year it had more than 2,500,
This year the Prohibitonists have voted
tor Barnes, and this vote helps to make
i) the rnojority of 5,000. This result in
a is an unexpected .Democratic
gain in Hayes' own State. Look at the
progress the parties have made respec
tively. In 1SC3, on a total vote ot 475, -
800, the Repnblicans had a majority of
100,000. in 1804. with a total vote oi
470,000 tbe Republicans nad a majority
oi 00,000. in 1808, with a total vote oi
518,000, the Republican majority was
41,000. In 1872, when there was a vote
ot 526,000, there was a Republican ma
jority ol 34,000. J,ast year tne total
vote was 500.000 and Hayes was elected
by 5.&00 votes, and now. with a vote ot
probably 620,000, the head of the Re
publican ticket is elected by 5,000, or
perhaps a few more. The progress is
wholy with the Democratic party.
JamA : Anderson, vs. Augustus Sims, et al.
Pursuant to a decree of thA Wnrshlnful
County Court of Maury County, Tennessee,
ini'uuuuiu iii us m-iuiHT lerm, 1H7B, in uie
Klmvt; styled cause, I will sell to the highest
and t st bidder, ou the uremisps nn smiir.
day, the Ziitli day of November. 1S7H. the
following deKcrilicd valuable tract of land:
Kltu.ili d in tlie lL'tli civil dintrl-t. of Mmirv
County, and bounded as follows: on the
north by the lands of David Mitchell, de
densed; west by the lands of William Piek
ard; south by the lauds of John Bailey, de
ceased: ou the east by W. F. HiniH: contain.
ine 7-'t acres, be the same mnn r Imu.
Said land will be sold on a credit of one and
two e:irs, except the sum of fifty dollars In
cash to pay cost and attorney's fees. Notes
beariim interest from day of Bale, with ap
proved Kccurity, will be required of the pur
cliHHerK mi J a lein retained to secure the
payment of the purchase money.
fi. u. kii.-kets,
Oct. 27th-187tl. Special Commissioner.
GEO. J. GOODRICH & CO.
GEO. J. GOODRICH & CO.
Huccessors tobpurloek, lloko fc C'o.,
Cotton ."Factors d Commission ESecIiarats
2STos. 06 fc 98, Scmtli College Street, Nasliville,
e liberal advancements upon i
be under our own supervision
Will furnish bagging ami ties a usual at the lowest market price, and make liberal advancements upon all
py our old stand, and all consign inenis will
GJ-TJISr & PISTOLS.
ALL KINDS OF LEATHER.
tnall majority lor mo
Wl.nolor ulf.,.tlirHl I.K-kttt. TM 119UlO-
ri. dwt KritiK from -the llliru, anu
m,on fw.,.i ti,o ivni-iri coiierressioimi
,iki-iiiii l.ntli llainacratic earns, miu
k:i i.iemliHrK of the Leeislature out ot.
I.iimE DEMOCRATIC GAINS EVtl
Charleston. Nov. 7. Unofficial rei
turns from various sections of the State
nhiiw laree Democratic gains every
where as compared with the vote of two
vfj iH geo. rue uemocrano ujuimiuoo
is iubilant and the Republicans are un-
a- .. .1.,,. ' I .. . . kn.1 .1 ; -a
WlillOfiT LO Krnuii tuan viiinnnaiiiiu "
majority ot 1S74 nas oeen overcome
IIFMOCRAIIC SIAJORJTY CLAIMED FOUR
Auousta, CJa., Nov. 7. Returns from
Kmitii (Carolina and Florida come in
Kiowlv The Democrats claim South
. . . . , T I,
Carolina by 4,000 majority. caruwen,
Aiknn l.-.iltretielrl anu Aooevine coun
ties, heretolore Republican, are ciaimeu
bv the Democrats.
DEMOCRATIC OAIN, IN U ALr TH. BlAin,
Charleston. Nov. 7. Unofficial but
trustworthy returns from about halt of
tim state show a Democratic Kain of
over twelve thousand, compared with
1874, whnu Chamberlain had ten thou
sand majority over Green (fusion.) The
Republicans claim that Charleston
county will pive a heavy Republican
tr iiu to offset the Democratic gains
The result bans on the coast counties
not accessible by telegram
HAMPTON PROBABLY ELECTED BY A
A I" oust A, OA., Nov. 7.--A special to
the Chronicle and Sentinel, dated Co
lumbia. 11 p. M.. Bays Hampton is 10,
ooo ahead in fifteen counties heard from,
but the Republican stronaibolds of Beau
fort. Georgetown, jouerion ana uaries-
ton counties will reduce this majority
considerably. Hampton is sanguine of
success by a small majority, uy tne
direction of tho United States deputy
marshal the noils were taken possession
ot bv troops. There was no disturb
ance. Only citizens challenged voters
TWO DEror-RATIC CONGRESSMEN,
Auuusta, CJa., Nov. 8, 12:oo a. m.-
The Republicans cluim South Carolina
by 15,000. The Democrats claim that
returns enough are received to insure
tho election of Evins and Aiken (Demo
crats) to Concrews. iu the place of Wal
lace and Carpenter (Republicans.)
ONOUESdMAN HOUSE RE-ELECTED.
Clarksville, Tens., Nov. 7. -John
F. Douse. Democrat, is re-elected to
Smith. Democrat, is elected to1 the
legislature over tbe united vote of the
Republicans and independents by irom
two to three hundred maiority, juoni
uomerv county is Democratic by from
six to eitrht hundred.
Jackson. Ten'n . Nov. 7.-Retorns
from Madinon county are . only partial
but indicate a maiority of nineteen
hundred votes for straight Democratio
DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY FR03I THIRTY
TO l-'ORTY THOUSAND MAJORITY.
Nashville, Nov. 7.-In Tennessee,
1'ortor. Democrat, ior Governor, is elec
tod bv thirty to forty thousand majori
ty. Culloui, Democrat, runs Thornburg
up close in tho Second district, but the
litter is probably re-elected. The Dem
ooratic congressmen in the eight other
districts are all re-elected. It is probas
ble that t he Republicans will gain a lew
members of the Degislatnre in East
Tennessee. Tilden's majority is as
much or more thn Porter's. Ken
tucky goes for Tilden by 60,000 to 70,000.
QUIET ELECTION AT MEMPHIS.
Memphis, JSoy. .-.-lhe election is
progressing very quietly, and indica
tions are that a full vote will be polled
The chief interest centers in the guber
natorial race, The Republicans are vot
ing solid lot Thomas, independent can
didate Jor Governor, and the indica
tions are he will carry the city.
AN UNUSUALLY QUIET DAY AT MEMPHIS
Memphis, Nov. 7. The election was
unusually quiet. A very heavy vote
was polled, that ot the city being oyer
10,000, or 1,000 over any former vote. It
is believed that Thomas, Independent
Democratic candidate for Governor, has
carried the county by oyer 1,500, and
that the Republicans naye elected their
ISUKI.KY COUNTY PERHAPS DEMOCRATIC.
Memphis. Nov. 11 p. m. -The voteol
the city is not yet counted. aDd proba
bly will not be till a late hour. The
Democrats now claim tlie election of
their wounty ticket, and that Young.
IJeaiocrat, is re-elected to Congress by
a feinali maiority. 1 nomas, indepenu
ent candidate for Governor, nas un
doubtedly tho county by a heavy ma
lority, and kJso Fayette county by aw
to -M0. Theae is mteiise excitement
overthw election, and immense crowds
Mirrouml the newspaper otliccs.
What Governor Tilden Says
reopie s cause.
Special Dispatch to the Chicago T iniee.
New Yokk, Fov. 5. While Demo
cratic voters were tramping in the great
parade in Brooklyn la.st evening, their
candidate, lion, bamuel J. lilden, was
in the hands ot the Reception Commit
tee in a hotel in Washington street. He
was introduced by Henry C. Murphy,
and in the midst of great enthusiasm said,
with a composure that astonished all
1 thank you, citizens of Brooklyn, not
so much of my own account as in be
half of the cause I represent, for the
manifestation you make here to-night
It is not my cause, but the caupe of the
people which you represent. This con
lest is the greatest, the most interesting,
the roost solemn, the most momentious
that has happened since the revolution of
lSbO. lhe question is whether we shall
have a united, harmonious government
and country, representing people ot all
politics, sections and races; whether
WE SHALL. JOIN OUK HANDS
and carry Ibiward the great principles to
which we aave devoted ourselves. Too
long, alas! have we been engaged in do-.
mestic broils. Can New York and
Urookland be prosperous with fa nation
al policy that destroys one-halt ot the
country? Can they hear that? I have
been told that if I should happen to be
elected, I should have great trouble in
tbe South, lhere may be diuiculties in
bringing back the people to the admin
istration which they desire, but I do not
apprehend that there will be any diflicul-
ty with the south. 1 believe that with
unanimous accord wc can carry on
this Government on the basis established
by the results of the war. The other
day there was
A GREAT CRY ABOUT REBEL CLAIMS.
1 understand that 1 arson rSrownlow was
circulating my letter to get votes for the
Republican cause. I am very happy to
have him do that. That letter was sup
posed to be an act of courage and bold
ness. 1 did not suppose that it was an
act either of courage cr boldness to make
a declaration on which the North and
South agree' I am sure that the spirit
has now become universal in the South
to share in common the duties of Ameri
can citizenship.- l do not mean to say
that it would make any difference if that
were not so; I believe that it the elec
tion turns in lavor ol the Democratic
ticket it will produce a political millen
nium. Our citizens will begin to repair
ravages that war has made in their bus
iness. Our people can turn from discord
to prosperity. We are not prosperous.
How can we be prosperous where we
have done nothing but contend against
one another for twenty years: where our
public representatives- have .'een legisla
AS CLASS AGAINST CLASS,
have imposed burdensome taxation, have
been holding a carnival of public plun
der, and erecting a class of office-holders
against the people? In the old world the
governing classes have been able, with
the help of the army, to maintain the as
cendeuey over the people; in our eoun
try we did not think this possible. It did
not address itself to the understanding of
American citizens. It is only now that
we find the case is different that the
governing class have found it possible, in
the ordinary division of parties, to make
it a dinicult contest against the mass of
the people. I feel, perhaps, more than
any one else how difficult it is for a pri
vate man to maintain a contest against a
government a contest ot the people
against their unworthy servants, I do
not doubt the issue of that contest, and
when the result shall be declared, I be
lieve it will be 'he subject of cougratula
tion, not only among us, but to a large
number of those who will vote against us,
because the Uovernment has not only to
be saved trom wrong-doers, but from
weak men who go with wrong-doers, who
have to be saved in spite ot themselves.
and cannot be depended on to maintain
the right. I have felt lately, since I havt:
seen the names ot various men sinned to
ii t .
cans ot our antagonists, mat x nave en
tertained a notion of human weakness
greater than I have ever entertained be-
iore Knowing wnat tney nave said to me
and my friends.
I SEE THESE MEN HAVE To BE SAVED
by the power of the common people from
their own weakness. Rut I did not in
tend to make a speech. You have led
me into it. I don't propose ever to make
a speech more than six inches. Lhmk
ing my old triend, serator, and congrat-
I'HE Athens Post furnishes ibis old
Coi, W . S. Cailaway handed us a few
daj s ago one of tt,e old Vi h;g tickets prin
ted in 1844, with the names ot Henry
ciuy ana ineodore rrciiiigui.yscii at its
hesid. Of the 13 Electors on it, but 4 are
tiow living, to-wil; Gustavus A. Henry,
ISeill o. brown, Koht L. Carutherd and
r , 1 w ei ....
.lonn n. trozier. And these lour sur- l
viving standard-bfarers of tho most illus
ions campaign ever fought iu Tennes
see, tire hearty supporters ol Tilden and
Hendricks. It is but just to the memory
of the others to say that, were they alive
in the flesh to-day, they would be found
battling in behali oi the same noble, pa
WE OFFER OUR
Of Goods at Cost for Gash to Close Business.
MOIST EY 13 O W N
Wh.cn Gocds arc Delivered.
Land fox- Sale- MEN'S
KRIIBIjuES and HARUESS -7i7o
fmsm, K Cloths
I nmr now is
-A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF-
Cnssiiiirivs, VVsliims, Kcndv -
Clothing, Boots, Shoe?, Iafs
Gloves, Neckwear, Underwear, Valise
Shirt Studs, Cuff But tons, Scarf Rings, &c.
I wish to sell 200 acres of eood laud, well
watered and Umbered, with good lmprove-
iiieDm umju lue Runic, ine buine 18 a pa
oime.oi r osier muu, aim 111 tne zist
trictofthm county. Apply to me on
premises lor terms, or address nie at Carter's
Creek Station. K. K. SHAW
Valuable Flouring Mills
We have the b5st Stock of
BOYS' AND LADIES' SADDLES
Iu the City. The best assortment of
& POCKET TORY &, SCiSSOliS.
72 Acres of Lund for Sale for
East Side Public Square
COLUMBIA, - - E"3ISIsriM.
Nov. 10-76-tm. J. P, STREET & CO.
W. J. fSowell aud wife vs. Millie Haidi-
sou, et al.
I'liisuiint to h decree ol the Wol-hlilpiiil
Cunty Court of Maury County, Tennessee,
rendered at its November term. 1870. in the
above styled cause, I will sell to the highest
anu nest uitiaei, at tne courwiouse uoor. in
the town of Columbia, on Monday, the 11th
nay oi uecemotr, i,t, tne ceieorateti t lour-
lnt: Mills, silimtvd ou Duck Klver. live
miles above CUuiubiu; known us Howell s
Mills, together vith the tract of land there
to altiu-hed; containing 70 acres, be the
same more or le. SSiiid land aud Mills will
be sold upon a credit of six and twelve
months, except the sum of one hundred
and twenty-five dollars iu cash to pay costs
aud attorney's fees. Notes with approved
security, benrlng interest fr.nu day of sale
will ne required ol ue purchaser or pur
chasers, a. AM.,
Clerk and Commissioner.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OfN A
Grand China House
At Columbia, North-east Side Public H quare,
B .Kannon etal., vs. James H. Hughes,
Pursuant to a decree of the Worshinful
County Court of Maury County, Tennessee,
rendered at its November term, ISTtJ, iu the
above styled cause, I will sell to the highest
aua of si uiuner, on the premises, on Tues
day, the vl day of December, 1870, the fol-
luwuig described valuable tract ot laud, sit
uated lu the f.th civil district of Maurv
County, 'lennessee, and bounded as fol
lows, to-wit: on tne north by the Alfred
iteming and the Poor House; east by A.
W. Winn aud John Knllaufaut; south by
A. J. Fitzoatrick and A. T.Campbell: wet
by Alfred Fleming; containing three hun
dred acres, more or less; also at the same
time and place, one other tract, situated in
civil district No. 5, near Blue Springs; con
taining llfteeen acres be the same more or
less. Said laud will be sold upon a cn-dit of
one anu two years, except the sum of oue
hundred and fifty dollars in cash to pay
cusia anu attorney's iees. NOtes Willi ap
proved security bearing interest from date
wii oe require oi the purchaser or pur-
ciium-in, wLivi t ijy11 reittmeu .upon saiu laua
t secure the V.aymeut of the purchase
money. The fcaCt tract will be sold in two
or more tracts, and then as a whole, aud the
ueiM inu win it- uccepieu,
Nov. 10lh-lS76. A. N. AKIN.
Clerk aud Commissioner.
A i D SALE.
Theodore Speed et al., vs. M: J. (iriffln et al.
Pursuant to a decree of the Worshipful
touuiy v uuii oi .tiuury louiiij, xeunessee,
reuueied at its Novemlier term, 1S76, in the
above s-yled cause, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder, at the court-house door,
in the towu of Columbia, on Monday, tho
11th day of December, lS7t, the following de
scrilied valuable tract of land, situated iu
the -1th civil district of Maury County, leu
nessee, and bounded as follows: on the
north by the lands belonuinuto the estate
oi liliam Jlrazier, deceased; ou the south
by the lands ot w. Jr . & 1. S. Speed: ou tbe
east by the lands of Sirs. Krwin; on the west
ry tho lauds belonging to the estate ol Geo.
M. Kannon, deceased; containing one hun
dred acres, be the sanifl more or less. It be
ing the tract of land upon which Hiil-Ii
(jrilfiii resided at the time of his dea.Ui.
Said laud will be sold upon a credit of one
and two years except the sum of two hun
dred dollars in cash to pay costs and attor
ney's fees; notes witli approved security,
bearing interest from day of sale will be
required of the purchaser or purchasers.
and a lien retained to secure the pay
ment of the purchase money.
A. JN. AKIN,
Nov. 10I11-1S7G. Clerk and Commissioner.
The partnership of Bond A Roircrs hav
been this day dissolved by mutual consent.
jNov. 3ra-lS,0, J. JB. BOND,
B. A. KOOiEIlS.
OH AS. BLUMEHTHAL & BRO.,
Formerly of B.'umeuthal's Cliiua House, INitrhville, Teum-asee.
Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Saddle and
Shoe findings, Farmer's tools, Ac, at Bow
en's, South-east Corner Public Square
Helm's ld Stanit. Oct. i-l-t f.
Dr- J- M- Moore
Residkxce: Mnj. N. F. Chealrs.
Having begun the practice of Medicine, I
,,Mii.ior..t.i,iruiir ovpiusivelv to my pr .
r..vi.n. ofi-k-k hours in Spring Hill fro m
i t.. V' a. m. Remainder of the time I will be
fouled lit home. ect. 27l-H-i. f.
W. P. HOWELL,
Mtoni'.j at lm wi Mi;itcr ia 'amcarj
Special attention given to the eollpction
ofclai.us. Office: Whilthorr.e Block, janlly
Trausieut rates reiluced from
V00 T) 3.00 PER DAY
fSma 11 rooms ut S2."X per day whi-n called
or,) lliov. 3id-7ti-.:m.
VIHIIl TIMS to m m i
Northeast Corner Public Square.
Parties indebted to
settle aud save costs.
us by uote or account will tle.i i niin' forward ami
1876. STOVES- 1870.
WE HAVE J ITST HECE1VEI) A Si'LENIHH UNI. Ol-' Ho i II
hi; u hi, mm
iiu v urn i stii
ATGKEATLY KEDUCKl) PJlICES. V.'IMNVIH:
T O O U U N K w
COOKING STOVB " FASHION"
Eor which we claim more tban any other S ) VE oIlY-red to the 'l ia
strictly a 1'lUST-Ci.ASS STOVE lnui'lfoine, (lura')!. -ina.le ol'ii,-:
best. MATERIAL, with many IEKH:. ULK 1 M I'iJOVE
MEN1H, and warranted to Rive SATISEAC
TION in all cases. Our stock of
Ghina,Quccnswarc,Lamps t Iloxisa
OF ALL KIND 18 FULL AND COMPLETE. DON'T FAIL TO CAM- AND
EXAMINE OUR NEW STiK.K OF
COMMERCIAL HOTEL !
COUNEll I KOAlt ANU t llEHKY 8TS.
l l i.Uli D), r-rnrlet.r.
A Leading Ircn Journal PronouEces it Sec
ern to 0 boutnern cr western state.
Col. J. B. Ivillebrew, Coaim'saioner of
Ajrricultui-e, (Statistics and Mines, has
received a letter from Doctor Henri Erni
United .Slates Consul at linsle, Switz-
Iatid, in which he states that he forward
ed, on the itvh ot cetober, to the len
nessee .state library, a parcel ot Swiss
educational documents. Since the pub
ncation oi nn article, written oy him, in
the Grenzepost, he has received many
inquiries about Gruetli, the Swiss colony
in lirundy county in tuis Mate. Dr.
Krni promises to do all he can for Ten
nessee, in which he lived for twelve years,
it he retains his position as Consul.
I!. W. Ilickline, Assistant Commis
sioner of Immigration, writes from Hern
ando, Mississippi, to the effect that pri
vate letters received from gentlemen of
Kood standing in Birmingham and Work
shop, Eugland, state that the distribution
ot pamphlets ou mines and minerals in
Tennessee, would be of immense ad'ans
tape to the State, and would bring its
minerals before the notice of Englishmen
who are looking for such investments.
The writers pledge themselves to do all
tney possibly can tor lennessee.
The American Manufacture and Iron
World, Otis ot the best journals of the
kind published, contains this week an ed
itoral on ' lennessee's Great Method ol
Diffusing Information." It says that the
intelligeet people ot this great State may
well feel that their Bureau ot Agriculture
and Mines is doing a great work in dif
fusing information concerning the im
mense resources of the State. Nearly all
the information wnicn tne editor posses
ses, in roeearu io xeunessee, naa oeen
cleaned from the Bureau and given to the
.. . , .i . ..i .
world througu tne coiums oi nis journal.
It endorses the statements of Governor
Porter in regard to the excellent results
of the creation ot the Bureau, and asserts
that if lb. s intehgent system of advertis
it:g is kept up, Tennessee will be the
ecene of greater activity than all the
States of the South combined. The or
ganixation of so good a system, and
which has been so well managed, wn
one of the wisest things ever put fotward
by any State. Let the people and the
press of the State see that this great
source of accessible and reliable informa
tion be supported, and they will render to
rich and poor ot many other States, as
to theaiselves, very great benefit.
ulat'D you, I bid you good evening.
Gov. lilden remained in the hotel con
versing with the committee. hxGov. i
1-iowe saluted him as Mr. President'
Oh, no! said Gov. lilden, thats for
next week.'' "Ah!'' said Gov. Lowe, ''we
have elected you already. We only count
the ballots next week;'
TwosharM Columbia Mill Stolr. Tr,,nv
r no rruui nun-, ueany new: wilt -ive bar
gains. W. J, lAl.K.. A"-iiKPP.
To The Public.
1 Imve ihis dav set uiv linn-. iit,.r Moi....
t ior m-nteii, una l win nut
any whk uie umy earn, ovillier will I be
i, V , ' "em sue may contract.
,n i'H.-r-oiv llUUf ltl.lMMl LIIJ1I. I Orv rmt w-
sponsible for any of her contracts, and claim
...... . v Mfc--.-. oJlls it tVAAS,
w. u. c;n
isory, Ciisliier; John W.
V. L. l'eaeock, Clerks.
Terms: $2,50 Per Day-
The most centrally located house in the city,.
If you want good l$oots and Shoes at
bottom figures ;o to
5 R o m ZS " s
Vou can bujr :i very handsome Hat
for a mere song at
Notice to Creditors.
Deiijiimiii ll:u'.:n has this day xftnde -i
Det-d oi Trust to me lor the benefit of Ills
creditors; mid they are hereby notified t i
have their claims properly certified ar.d
tiled witli me at once.
K. H. HATCH EK.
beiit.)Sth-2m. Trustei ;.
Having tliis day Vuiriri-sted the insolvec icy
ol V . 1. I lelds, i'.ecea.sxl, to the Clerk of Lhe
County Court rrfMaury Oounty, TenueM ee,
notice is hei'-uy given to all pel-sous liavl tig
ciiiims g-1;1Nt sHid estate to lile tliem ill ly
liutlieiil'.,..,u.,i with said elerk. on or before
the 0f Aniil. 1H77. for prorata dUtrib u-
l'or 0r ti,e same will be forever barred.
HUGH T. UORKON,
Oct. H7th-lb76. Administrator.
B eaulil'ul lustres of Gray and JJlat-k
Alpivcas at 2 cts. tier yard at
G II O jST E ' S
RUGS, DOOR MATS,
Cheapest P'lanuels and Blankets at
has a large stock of uudt-rwear, and
sella them cheaper (han any
other house in Columbia.
The elections depends upon Louisiana
Florida, South Carolina. Oregon. Nevada.
California and Wisconsin. Daves hno
an tnese to get to be elected bv one vnto
t;ij i ioi . i .i , .
nucu una ici nuu lacivs one, wnicn nas
to come trom the states mentioned. AVe
can say with the Cincinnati Commercial
ot tne 8tH: 1 tie margin ot the Kecuhli-
can cliance u narrow, and not to be n"e
Florida has unquestionablv cone Dem
ocratic by 2,000 to 2,500. This ensures
the election of Tilden with three votes to
spare, leaving Louisiana, Oregon, Cali
fornia, Wisconsin, South Carolina and
Nevada Btill doubtful. It is enough.
The country is safe. We hear no more
ot the throwing out of States. An
aroused public sentiment will not per
mit that. The Cincinnati Commercial
which was one of the papers to indimate
the duty of Ferry to count out. srncars
to counsel moderation and acceptance of
tbe result. The leaders are rendv
enough for desperate counsel, but thev
will be leaders without a following. Reyi
olution is not popular now, and business
men will not desire anything that will nn-
settle trade. There will be no counting
out this time.
N D SALE
Sanders, Administrator, vs,
Milliters, et al.
I'ursuant to a decree remierpil at ti,i t.o
ciooer lerm oi uie cnancery Court at Co-
.uiuuiu., j cuut-antr, in ine above styled
cause, I will proceed to sell on the 4th day
ot December, lS7ti, at the court-house door
in the town of Columbia, between the leKiii
iioura oi saie ine following described
real estate to-wit: a certain tract of land sit-
imieu m me iu civil aistrlct of Maury
County, Tennessee, surrounded by the lands
of JD. J. Estes, Isliam (Sellers, Haywood Web
ster, and W. H. Oakley and wifr; it being
me laiiu set a-siue to tne minor children of
v e, uiu nauuers, aeeeasea, aua contalnln
wjveiuy-two acres, more or less. Said land
will be sold on a credit of six. twivo u i
eighteen months. The DureiiasHi- will h
quired to give notes with approved person
al cecuritv. bearinar intprent. from .io ..t
"l,t". ieiu reuiiueti ia secure im vm f
puicnase monev. ain anu v
iree from tlie equity of redemption.
v.ii-m,o. u. u. iuuri.lt, c. & M
Having this day sugnestcd the Insolveucj-
of Kzra llardison, Ue-eased, to the 1 lerk:
of tiie Couuty Court of Mnury County, Ten
nessee, notice is hereby given to all persons,
haviiit! claims unaiust said estate to file
them duly authenticated with said clerk.
ou or belore the aim ot April, 18, ior
prorata distribution, or tlie same wilt be
forever barred. It. A. (iLENN,
Oct. 'JOt u--b7(i. Administrator.
Will sell you a handsome Black Diets
Coat for $8.00, well worth $12.50.
O JFL O 1ST ES
OiTers a $20 dress coat for $12.50.
Finest Black Doeskin Pants for $5.00
Xiivcry and S?alc Stal?lG?
F HIST V i. n S S
ALArAYS ON" H AND
OMNIBUS A XD CARRIAGES TO MEET ALL Tli.WXS - DA Y ol NH.'JM'
Mules wanted, for which the highes
price will bo paid
L. J. Brvant et at., vs. W. R. Tlrtrnnt .1
III this cause It appearing to me from com
plainant's bill, whieli is sworn to, that the
leieuuancs, ciizauein it. crew, John Hcott
Thomas Seott, Harriet Hc-ott, Julius Bryant
juuitn , formerly Judith Bryant, aud
uer nusoana , and ancy JU I-iller,
and the unknown heirs of wiley Bryant,
uec u., are non-resideuts 01 the State of
1 euuessee, so mat tne orainary process of
jaw caunoi oe servea iiion tliem: It is
The next House is, perhaps, still Dem
ocrotic by a small majority, but the result
is, at least, in doubt, lhe gains reported
are: jtvepoDiican ixew xorn 4, Arkan
sas 1, California 1, Missouri 2, I'ennsyU
vania 7, Massachusets 4, Ohio 6, Indi
ana 3, Oregon (claimed) 1, Colorado 1,
Wisconsin (claimed) 1 31. Tlie Demo
crats have gained: Kentucky 1, Missis
sippi 2, Virginia 1, South Carolina 2,
Alabama 1 7. Republican net gain 2t
These figures may be altered slichtlv
both ways, as attention has been paid al
most exclusively to the national ticket.
There may be Democraiic gains from
Florida and Louisiana. The Democratic
majority properly was 00. Thirty lie-
therefore ordered by me tbat publication be
matte ior lour consecutive weeKil In the Co
lumbia Herald aud Mail, a newspaper pub
lished in lhe towu of Columbia, Maury
couDty, Tennessee, requiring said defend"
ants to be and apjiear before the worshipful
County Court of Maury county, on tbe first
Monday in December, 1S7H, and plead, an
swer or demur to complainant s bill, or the
sauie will be taken for confessed and set for
hearing exparteas to tbem.
A. N. AKIN, Clerk.
Taylor 4 Sansom, Solicitors for petition
publicans gain gives them tho House, ; tract or o:
knl tkni-o iifa 1.1 lihnralu on.l inrtar.nnJ. I Of Mt. Pie
but there are 11 liberals and independ
ents who must be estimated. According
to our count, the Republicans yet have 7
to get, and counting liberals and inde
pendents as Democrats. 14. The croba-
Lihty is tbat the House is still Democrat
ic a small majority, but it is unnleas-
J OF KKAL ESTATE.
By virtue of a decree of the Chaneeiv
Court at Columbia, at its present October
lerm, ixit, in the caise or J. s. Biugha;ji-vs.
1. Bona et al . I will sell at tho court
house door, in the town of Columbia, be
tween the leeal hours of sale, on the 8th dav
of November next, the following described
arcel of laud, situated iu the town
J. 11. Cecil, et al., vs. Mary A. Hagan, et al-
Pursuant to an order made in this cause at..
the present October term, lh7(i, I will upon
the loth any oi JNovemoer, is.ts, sen at pub
lic outcrv. to the hiehest and best bidder, al.
tlie court-house door, in the town of Colum
bia, upon a credit ol six ana twelve months,.
free from the equity of redemption, the fol
lowing described real estate toAwit: beinu-
aud lying in the 13th civil district of Maury
County, Teunessee, In the town of Mt Fleas'
am. and nounueu anu uescrioea as loiions:: ;
beginning at the north-west corner oi ine
lot ruiiiiing,theuce li0 feet to a stake; thence'
rjuth-wesi 1!0 feet-to Hpring street to tlie
beginning. Jnotes with approved secuilty
reuuired of the purchaser, bearing iuterest
from date, and lien retained to secure pay- 3
..i..t, nftniniliiiui llinilAV. r
John S. West, Administrator of J A Ashtou,
dec d., vs. J una a. Asnton, et al
I'ursuant to a decree rendered at this tlie
October term of the Chancery Court at Co
lumbia. Tennessee, iu tue aoove stvleu
cause, 1 will on tne iuiu aay oi November.
iS7t. at tne court-iiouse cioor. in me town ol
Columbia, bet weeu the legal houis of suie.
proceed to sell tue ioiiowing uesciibel renJ
estate to-wlt: a certain lot of ground, situat
ed in tbe city of Columbia, in Maury Coun
ty. Teunessee, Known as lue "wool carctlne
iou auu uuuliucu on me uuilu uy jnecnau
ic street; east by Helm s tan-yard branch
south by lot "f Calvert Brothers; west bv
iMUUargo siret-i. nam nn ur parcel oi land
w ill be sold on a credit oi one ana two
years, except tne sum ol tnree hundred dol
lars to be paid in cash on uay of sale. The
purchaser will be required to give notes
lieiii ina lntere-t irom day oi sale, with two
uood aud approved securities, lien retained
Ior paymeui oi purcnase money.
M. L. Stockard. vs. Mary A. Hagan, etal
$7.50 you can huy a $12.00 suit,
and for $12.00 you can buy
a $20.00 suit at
As low as $2.50 for a good Winter
CE O NE
For only 3.50
will sell you a substantial Overcoat.
A nd examine his eutite stock before
you make your purchase.
It will i.ay you.
1ST E W T o u. m
AT .SMITH & MKTC'AU'E'SOUlHTANI), Mi XT D ioK 'J I'osT ull-i Ii,
I have opened the finest Stock of
SHELVE AND FANCY GROCERIES
EVKH l'.llOUGHT TO THIS M M5KET. MY STOCK OK
CANNED FRUIT! PICKLES! CANNED MEATS !
Cigars and Totoacco
CANNOT HE SURPASSED. -
SUGAR of all Brands ! C 0FFEE of all Grades !
And everything to be Jomul Jn a first-class (iioi-cry Wore are always krpt mi liniiil.
COME ONE I COME .AI.T, !
'-. r -7 ! ; .-. 1 T
-ii:ai.i:iim I X-
easant. Maurv Count v. TennwH.
K.uowii iu iuiu piace oi muu iowii as lt J o.
2o, and situated near or on the old Smith Sc
Brewster line; bounded by lot Xo, 17, also
the Cumberland .Presbyterian Church and
tlie old Glass road; said house and lot will
!esoid upon a credit of six and twelve
months time, except the sum ol t ( iu cash
notes bearing interest, with two good secu
rities will be required of the purchaser.
-ov.3rd-7M:YV. 1. . COOfEB, C Ji.
Pursuant to an order made at this the Oc
tober term of the Chnticery court at Colum
bin, 'lennessee, reviving a former decree
rendered in tne aoove siyieu cause, 1 will
proceed to sell to the highest and best bid
der, at tho court-house door, in the town
of Columbia, between the legal hours of
sale, the loliowing described real estate to-
wil: situated lu the l.tli .civil district of
Maury county, Tennessee, in the town of
Mouut Pleasant, and bounded on the north
by Central turnpike and lot of Mrs. Myra
Ktockard and JUr. Jorduu; eat by a lot of
Harvey Hogue's heirs: south bv the land of
Dr. Hunter; west by a Jot of Tom Harris huc1,
Central turnpike; being the lot known e
me mwuy iui. naiu reui estate will De so id
on a credit of six aud twelve mouths. The
purchaser will lie required to give no Un
bearing interest from date, with good f.nd
approved personal security and lieu ret-lin
ed on the iand for payment of purchase
money. tSaiu, land will be sold tree from,
the right and equity ol redemption wjilch.
has been exnresr.lv cut oil'. (Sale will liku
place ou the iOth day of November.
oct. au-i8o. u. ii. coojfjtat, c. at M.
W e are now prepared to supply you with
-IN TRADE FOIt
P RODUCE AND BARTER
Jj&Tge Discounts to Cash Customer.
W. J. UL'SHTOX & CO., Agents.
Okfhtc: At the tComstock & Kushtou
Having this day suggested the Insolvency
of Ben Hackuey, deceased, to the Clerk of the
County Court of Maury Couuty, Tennessee,
notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims against said erttale to hie them duly
authenticated with Maid clerk, on or before
the .ird of February. 177. for iininmi tlliri.
button, or the same wui oe iorever burred.
A. . PKKWKTT,
Nov. 3-l7G. Adnilnhiirulor.
5 V "I
Boots, Slioes, Hats and Cnjs.
LADIES'. MIS8ES' ANU CIU I DI1EN S
Gaitors, French Kid Button Boots,
French Kid Victoria Shoes, Ect.
MEN'S AND BOYS' FRENCH CALF SKIN UOOIM,
ALEXIS, PRINCE, BISMARK, CREOLE,
CONGRESS, OPERA, BOOTS, EOT.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CUSTOM WORK.
OOAt, HWU SO&k
Looii to Your Interest.
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