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IIEJULD AND MAIL.
t riday Sloraiufr, February letb, 1877.
Such reeolutiotis as those iutroduccd
ia the Tec nesaee House of Rresr-r ta
tires by Mr. For-1. in r.nr.l to the ;i a e
debt, i, received favor, wiltre.trt
any aujustmot' iy t'iis Li-cSsistuie.
Gov. Jus. D. Porter wm i. on aerated
last Fri'iit.i , i. '.ive'V.i o c!mk, for I: e t-et-cn...
tc-rtit. His inaiiacurul nfiore.? vrss
veil Jimod. a:-tl did mp1-' jus:;.'- to 1 in.
('u v. Porier Fpo';" f ihe had trfoct of re
periling Jaws bt-f rf h( v ha i t een well
tifeJ by fiie juop'e this is c itsiuh a
good ni'jtfTietioii- He dosed ins aii.t-.'s
by referring lu Nat.on.il htTdii-, cxp;.t
ing (be Lope tbtt a placet". 1 noiulirii of
tbe political question might be eife,.'ic'-).
A dozeu or wore bilid were iiitrod;c d
iu the Tennessee Legislntute to itpcal
the dog law. two of tboe bills have
been rt-jecled, and the Constitution Jo: a
rot allow a bill C';iitdini: g tbe Eatne ct-b
itahce to pass daiiug tbe present session;
Lence the dog lac c-punot be repealed
during the present session cf tbe Jje;ii.s
Jalure. A great launy people are boiieji
Iy opposed to lti hut it id a very benefi
cial law to tbs State.
Qui'e a sensation was crealed iu t'c
JTiiyse of Representatives last I uesdh.i
by the tpeeeh of Mr. l'uruia-n, Kepulitai!
Representative Loui i'ior.d:i, who au
ounces h-a couv ction that bis State ln.a
voted for TiHen. lie said a majority fl
the peep's of tbe United tvated were dt
frauded out of their t:.;r aud lawful victo
vy by a ' L-CmJ. jishonett. and Uubcrupii
lout ciate Carjvassii:g Board. ' And y 1 1
thv K'ectora! Tribunal g ive Florid .'e
four totea to Hayes.
publish a sensible and just article
from th? New York Sun, rellsctinj; o
the Judiciary Com mill ci of tbe llouse of
Repr'es 'uta'.i'cs for ita treatment w
Li'1 almost s-iid cowardly treatment ot
Robeson, tbe t ief. We should not h;it
expected muuLi from tbew, however, al's
fer tbey let D!aine, the audacious crimi
nal Blaine, bulido-e tlieni, steal Inters
Jrcm their witness, and defy them in ev-
fff w'ay, i'- "j::V ue weakness, or it may
To becaneitl., the political situ.ition ir
ILOt tlr.tterir.jj to ibe Democrats. The
three Republican Judges stein to be as
'alitor iu their x.artisansbip, and as eager
to count Hayes in, as Mortou aud Gar
field. The Commission now baa t e case
cf Louisiana, aud the Democrats can
show uuiuistakably th.it Tiidu is euti -tied
to its vottia; but the Uepuhlic&uf
feiit terribly against receiving any testi
mony'. Jf lhey ihoht tLpy LkJ a;?
honest castf. wou'"1 u'jtu',j"t 10 tes"
tijaonj. We thiui" TJJci's , jti
Cbly chance, is in Oregon.
Bradley vo.ea to count Oregon for li-. '
his oaire will be a byword and a reproach
among lawyers while this natiou shall
lave a history.
The Electora1 Tiibuual is engaged thi.
re$k .n Louisiaua. Ks-Senator Mat-the-
Ca' peuter male an able speech be
fore tho Tribunal on Tuesday and Wed
nesday, and commence i as follows:
If the court please to rtdiev-i some lit
tle anxiety thct exists in some parts cl
the country, let me occupy one moment
ip stating for whom I appear here. 1
desire to s:y in tbe fir.st place that I do
uot appear lor Samuel J, Tilden. He is
a gentleman whose acquaintance 1 have
not the honor ot knowing, with whom I
Save no pympathy, against vLom I voted
on the tth of is'ovember last, and if this
tribunal could order a new trial I should
vote againBt him gaiu, believing as I do,
that the accession of the Democratic
party to power iu this country co-day
would be the greatest calamity that could
befall the people, except one, and thai
one great calamity would be to keep him
Out by fraud and falsehood.
Mr. Carpenter said that be appeared
for ten thousand legal voters who have
been dibfr&nihitred by four villains, whose
official beal is tbe Keturuiug lijald of
CUR WASHI173T03 LETTER.
Washington, Dec. y, 1777.
I don't know that 1 can give you any
Iiew B of special iuierest , either lor your
self or your readers. All political inter
est bero has been centered in and around
th '"Electoral Commission" since the
Florida c?6e was turned over to that
body. The argument was closed before
that body yesterday, r.ud to-day the Com
mission has been sitting with closed
.Ioo:3, to "deliberate ' over the question.
The strict party vote which it gave iu the
first question submitted to it, that relat
ing to the evidence which it would re
ceive, h8 considerably discouraged the
Democrats, aud it is regarded by many
fie an evidence thnt the questions submit
ted to them will be decided from a party
etaudpoiut. Confidence in its decision
has decreased ama.ingly since that de
cision. The vote was strictly a party
vote, aud being so, gives very little hope
tor anything better, where tbe real
question is decided. It is expected that
eu to-morrow, the Commission will give
its d-jc'siou to the two houses injoiut
Con jutiou, I Lave just heard that the
Commission Lave decided the Florida
ease, aud that they nive tho State to
Htyes. I mppose it means that the
''ommiseiou have decided the eligibility
f the elector Humphreys. I think
Humphreys was not ineligible, aud I
ihiuk tLe Democrats lost ground by in-
-istiug upon so weai a proposition. 1
nderstaud some ol the Dcmociats ou
ae Commission voted that Humphreys
vas eligible; that is, that he was uot an
fficer at the time of th election. Some
f our friends are still not without hope
1 Tilden's triumph, and it is claimed
tuut f Justices Strong and Uradley re
main consistent, aud are governed iu the
Louie', ma case by the opinions and
Tiews expressed in the Florida case, two,
if uot all the Hayes electors from tba'
State will be excluded. 1 think the Lou
isiana case probably a stronger one for
the Democrats tbau the Florida case.
Iu the f rist place, the Uelurniug Board
Was not a legal board, was uot organized
in accordance with the law under which
hey claim to act. In the second place,
the law under which they acted only au
thorized them to canvass the returns of
elections of officers named in the acl;
while a previous law authorizes certain
!iaie officers to canvass tbe returns ol
all elections. The law under which
Wells & Co, claim to act mentions the
Officers wh'ch they sire authorized to
anvass the returns for, Klectors not be
ing one. Besides, two Electors were
United States officers at the time cf the
election, and did not resign until after
wards. We will not certainly know the
result until Oiegon is disposed of, though
we may know if the election will be
. thrown int the House. 1 think perhaps
that will he il result. I hirdly think
the Commisilori vil decide the people
liavc elected. We ere Laving fair weath-
rr here now. We are p'l well.
MA l it y, j
LOCAL A FLAIRS. I
over tne fv. .
Tbe weather is Kin cold and wintry, ami
it is piucliiUK in very tight after having had
several days o! beautiful weather. 801 Lie of
'.,ur farmers have leen stlnine coiiBtdersbly
lor the lt. few das in getting rea-Jy to
commence turning over the rich soil olo'd
mother earth. e nre looking forward lor
a good wheat crop this year, and liop-' w e
may not he deceived. Everything has heeu
much livelier in the village lor the last week
man wo expected, business has hot 11 very
:-ood, and we have had several visitors dur
ing that time.
Ml-s Annie M.t of Columbia, and Miss Co
ra (iant, of Franklin, were seen in tl.e vil
lage a few days ago.
Dr. .1. K. Kagsdale, of Thompfon Station,
e:niedownou the morning tiain ou busi
iieHj,anrt returned Tuwday evening.
Our fr:ccd, Mr. Alfred H.,and n bennttfn)
yount; lady of Columbln, were Been passing
the village on last iSahbatii evening.
Mrs. M. II. Livneave Pas returned lioin
fiv-ni a visit to Campbell Station.
We learn that Mr. A. B. II., of the village
i wanting to rei;t ttio viicnnt house ot Mr.
. li. Neiis, 10 keep back, but we think
tiiere is n eoinlition 111 thetrado, thnt is, he
I u tends to keep back, provided bo is i-oi.
Micccti-fiil in wiimint; tlie heart ai:d hand
of a certain yi'iinj: lady not lar dMant; and
el idly would wo put him on the right tract:
fo jp'iii the priz", if we wero only a little
relter posted ourselves.
We weie about to fortet the little Kkiim
t ih that happened at Esq. Harris' Kroc ;j
the oilier day. Tne parties werd Mr. li. I..
Voorhies Hiid M. Hunter, col. There wwe
on!v ihrre licks past belore they wero fep-
rated. v suppose the caise will be liid
b-fre Ks,i- H . as tie ts a very talented inai;.
and quick to give decL-ion. He cau a:!L;ST
decide a ease belore it comes up.
We will close by saying tuo HoraM ami
Mail is alwavs gladly received in the t;tmi-
Nash vil.CE, 1'kss., Feb. 7ih, 1S7T.
To th. Editor of tlte Herald and Mai!:
After ten days of reocs, the T."Kisiatnre.
01X last Monday, resur-ied Its lab.trs. A i
tiie ineiiib -l-s seem revived iu spirits and
-ueigy. Mp ny bills are bein iutroduc 1!
.ud releired U proper committees, where il
! hoped alarc-i inHjoilty of tlieni may le
Sitilfed. I think that little leglKl.isiou i:
ifHHled; ami if 1 11 is Legislature would piu -nly
serve its eonstitueucy an;l thereby i! --rve
the tnanks 01 the country, it shoii -.i
r'pertl a few laws and enact less new ones.
Tne dog law aud ten per cent, law will sttiv
ij' be repealed Kiid taxation rductd. sv-
1 a I needless ofHc s and courts will be nboi
t -Utd, und fees of ofner-boldei-K ereatly re
duced, livery member seems to Le Rnxinui.
to use tlie 1 runiiiK knite in cuttlug oft un
n c.-s.saiy expenditure.-.
Ho, Mr. Editor, I believe that thift Leaisln
iuio will (live the oppii-s d people of our
State, whatever lelief is within the law
making department. 1 think our State iu-
ili nteiluess will oe efpuiiaoly and honorno :
adjusted; aud. hene-forth, that the exed
iiujoti-.ins ol State credit, finance, etc., wii
0 ia.se to be political hobb es to lie used Pj
every :em:ii;oue who deRires offiee.
1 l ok forward to a period not lar in the
in' inc. heii Samuel J. Tilden will be Uia.i
filiated I'res. dent ol the lluitod States, and
1 OiiiK ssec, wiih wlinlesome legislation. r -lieved
il the onerous turt!irns of taxation
ill resume her once proud position unou;
I lie most prosperous and happy State !
the Union. The Democracy here, accept
the "compromise electoral count" as th;
best tliiuu that couPi be done under the
tliieateinur. circuiiistinoi s, and look with
uieat hope lo a just settlement of the I'n fci
deuliai muddle. ISy the compromise, a I
ieel that ihe shadows of civil war have been
rilted away; so, no matter w hat tbe judje
may be, although unjust, peace will be pi
servtd. Iu couseipience oi feelings of secu
liiy thus brought about, public confidence i-iV-ioied,
and ine business world has yiowi.
Col. M. T. l"olk ha- entered upon the du
tiesof Tieasnrer, and will, doubtless, dis
charge th 111 to the best interest 01 the stele.
IViinassee may well boast of an honest 11 ud
elllcieut set of "oUicers. 1-
I lie Leonard Si oll ubtlsliit 4 0
7 lit lltnbinylt Hn tew for January lig
hten republished bv the Leonard Soolt Piib-l-hing
Company, 41 Barclay Street, New
I. '-The Authorship oflheKourtli Uospel.
ine writer aduiioes both externa! aud lutei
i.al evidence that tbe fourth liospel wiu
written in the apostolic age and by the
At -est le John. "The liospel itself presents
i.ueuomeua which cau be explained only
en one or other of the following supposi-
10ns: ei'her l.'iat the author was an eye
v. iiuessot thescenes which he describes, o
t:i.a he vas a wiiter in comparison Willi
-"':ou the uieateat po-ts anil vviitersof fic-
" luut insiiui.1cain;e."
t on sin.. " '-luy '"iiaiMs" poIntH out
II. "Travels .. " -.mi of having Asi:i
the importance to fc,i, '""'t-u. is U
M iiioi in t he haiiils ol a pow .i b
. 1. po.-ed to her interests, and gives
co'itit ol ttiai regltm,"
I I I. "Koiel 011 the Ants of Switzerland.''
An iuteristing chapter of uatuiat lilsloiy,
d--vtlPd to Ihw habits of some ol the "social
h:i!s," tlieir IMi tlioil ol build iii2 and li v i 11
t ii --ir s'aves aim I lit-ir cows. 'I he suliect i -au
extensive one, tor t line are six hundred
and iiinMy species.
IV. "Mediterianean 1'i-ltas" il iseusses t lie
pliy -iesl cliaii aes i-aused by t he wash of n -. -i-rs,
particularly lliosi, that How into the
Mediterranean and which will, in time,
convert that sea into a "vast river valley.''
ih-uimh which the water- ot the Nile. D.p-ui.L-,
i'o, etc., will empty Into the Atlantic
V. "The I'aston Letters." The eorrespon-d-.-i!C-of
a Norfolk family who attained
wealth aud position In the fifteenth centu
ry, 'lhey give an interesting account ol
some of the customs ol that age.
i. "New Arctic Lauds." An account ol
thf- A ustro-Huugarian expedition of laT'-TJ,
The author concludes by questioning wheth
er the discoveries made by such expeditious
aic sutiioieutly important to counterbal
ance the hardships and privations endured
by those who undertake them.
VII. "Life or William Larl, f Shelburue."
a statesman in the reign of George 111. It
touches ou a'.l the leading events that oc
cutred between 1707 aud ISUo.
VIII. "Discoveries at Ephesus." This ar
ticle begins with "some account of the tar
lier temples of the Ephesiau Artemis" and
the City ol 'Ephesus, and describes some ol
the discoveries made by Mr. Wood, in 1-73. .
IX. "Lorenzo de Medici."
X. "Turkey and Russia." The reviewer
sii s, "it is our duty to give the best account
we can of tha political changes of the times,
and to assist, as far as lies iu our iniwer, to
the intelliseuce ol past, present, and futiue
The periodicals reprinted by the Leonard
Ncolt Publishing Co., i II Barclay Street, N.
V.I are as lol'.ows: 27ic Lvwlim Qitartcrlt),
IaU 'limn.'), H'rxf iniin;t r, aiir) Kritish IJuiti tir
ii.Ti'i'i',aiiil Jilif.-kwjuil's Magazine. Price,
Maj ear lor any one. or only si ", for all, and
I he po.-tnge Is prepaid by the publishers.
lr.o good mules wanted in the next 1(1 days,
for which the highest ca&h market pi Ice
will be paid, at Black, Dodsou iV t o.. Livery
Stable, by W. J . MOO HE,
For Howard it Carpenter.
l et). lt.th-lS77-:t.
im m CLOTHING,
UKKLKLD AT COST,
Until Spring Style Is Opened!
Px" New lfats, Nprinn Styles, just rc
Ce'.vei', Come ami see thein Nort'a
wist Cur. SipiKre. fehlG 77 tf
TIicLtw II riu ot Join s a- Mickey is heic
hv d!-so!vcii by cuomuI of parties.
' T. W.JONES,
A. CM .I KK
Jan. l.'lli-l.". T. M. JoNEc.
"Kft" 1 1 1 T-r,, v, i Luc very LTM varieties,
sale, at rive iloll.ns o-r liunilrcd. bv tsvd
A. 15ond. two miles 1101th of. Spring Hill,
Tennc:.-ee. - febltKt
Spring Styletats just received by Kmbry
& Frieroon. . leblti 2w
Desirable residence, 011 tiixlh S'reet,
Terms low SJU0Ai per annuiii. Apply to
fet.l.i tf W, J. iMr.K, J r.
Kmbry A Krierson are sellinfr J. t P. Coat's
Spool cotton 'it (X ets. a dozen; G lor 'jo cts.
Ir. T. I. liraekiiiK, the well know 11 Hat-
eon and (iyuccoioyixt, of Nashville, Tenu.,
win consul). 1 tie people 01 ( oiumtjia, icnn
February by 21st, 22ud, 2Urd and Zllli.-
Taken up by Wm. M. Sullivan, in district
iiox, Maury cuunty, Teuu., one Orey Mare,
alvHit ntteen liaiil hiitn, ann anoni sixteen
years old; has no marks, and shod all round
when takea up, and valued at seveiiteon
K'b. Si, 1S77 -ot. Ranger.
LPILEPSY OR FITS-
SAMAhiri.vE Nervine, the, great Nerve
Contpjeroi, cures Kpileptic Kits, Coiivul
blons, ipasiiis, St. Vitus Danee, and ail ner
vous diseas-., the only kuowu positive auo
sure cure for Kpllepsy. It Iirs been tested
by thousands and has never knowu to tail
in a iii'e case. Iuelose stamp for circular.
giviu- cvpleneo of cures, trial pacaage
free. Piea-e give name of express office
when ordering medicines; also, send names
and address of all persons subject to Kpilep
tic Kit. Address Dr. S. A. Richmond. Box
41, Si.. Joseph, Mo. jail. I.tth-77-ly.
W. B. Dobbins at the old stand of Dobbins
A lirow n, otlers great indiicemeiits, lor cash,
111 boots, shoes and hats. fee. U-tf.
Tlol.L'J WAV'S PlM.SAND OINTMENT. Scur
vj ami diseases ol the skin, restless sleep.
loui siomacii. taititeu ortatu, luuguoi, de
pression of spirits alv.a s atteiidaut ou he
worst cases ol cutaneous eruption-", are
spedl!v and radica.Ty reuioved by liiese
medieiues the o'utmeut cleanses the skin,
aud the Pills purify the bloo.l, stimulate
t nc li ver, and promote digestion. ceots
per box or pot.
Ve respectfully and earnestly request all
IHsrsons lnnemco to us, oy uoie or accotitii
to call and settle with the least possible de-
l.iv, as we aro cinpelled to cIo.jo our oVd in
siuefS. llOBBINS & Bhow.v,
A.C. Mickey t.l take three or four day
b .ardeis ui i e:.ouabld rates at his resid nee
on YVe-t Main Street. jau ltf-ll
RECOMMENOFD BY THE FACULTY.
Ali.kn's slreii'il!:eiiing cordial aud live
P'il ;. '1'iii'V have cured t iou-ands of hope-
teseascK wh-re all other known reiueuits
have faded; this, too, without anv ol ihi:
honors that attend Surgery, or theheroh
medical treatment. Tney are wurlh i
hole a. my ot doctots; (iy Hu m and be con
viiuel. i'or sale by uilitrug.ist-.
AVanted An active business man, will
some capital, as a partner, as one ol the firm
must retire, in a well eaao isne'i 111ercn.11
tile business iuthistown. Fur particulais
juu. Sti-tf. "B," this office.
.Mi i nn les ow i'li: libbins Jk Brown wil
con-nit t heir own interest by settling with
. I. Dobbins, who is autuorizetl to sell
nil accounts of DokBlNSA ItHOWN.
Itoanlei-s Wauted pply
to Mrs. M.J
Save in in. v by buying your Boots, sh-M-s
and Hats from W. It. Dobbins. fcb'2-tf
It Is repoit.l tliat Boschkk's HekmAN
m l lias, since tvs luiniuuaiuu in 101
I '11 Heil States, reached t ie ilium use sale o
4o mi i iloy..-ii le-r rear. Over ti.AS druggist-
havordered this nieiliclne direct froiii the
Factory, at Wooduury.N. J., and not cue
has reioi :ed a sini;ie liuiure, out every lei
terspeiiks of its astonishing success In cur-
l.i severe couiis, touii settieu on tue
l'.reost. Consumption, or any other disea
o.r the Throat and Lumis. We adv.se any
rersi n that lias any predisposition to weak
Lungs, to go to ineir urugKis;, joscpn m
ler, findg-t this Modiciue, or inquire about
il Ut"'iil:ir siz 7 cents: sample bottle IU
e u;s. "Two do-es will relieve any c.ise
l-u't neglect yonrough.
i !-) tne uejt Boots, Shoes and Hats for tl.e
'. vA,b. csll oil W. B. Dobbins, at the o!d
--inuuM di flioniu. jeu-:-il
Attcr?.c? it k? and Solicitor ia Caacerj,
( .(ji,., ( iu the South side of th" Square,
-.-iih Wilkes A-Bullock. leblt-7;-ly
.1 s. T. AKIN. W.T.tlllSWKLL, W. H.t'AKBlS.
JAS. T. AKIN & CO.,
Vu.ll 1 fan n 'a Mot .;
And Dealers iu
r . Will lieep on hand a full assortment
ui W.Miil Mini Nietahc I ases and I askels.
We nave purchased the right to Stinsou's
Patent Cilnss Moiiuineut, and are now olfer-
ingtiieiii at low prices. lehltt um
N WOLVEXT iXOTICK.
I'aviec this dav su"tristed the insolvency
ol J.iii-e. 11. Thomas, dee'd, to the Cleik of
I he C. unly Couit of Maury county, Tennes
see, notice Is hereby given to all persons
having claims against said estate to lile
tin in du'v authenticated with said Cleik on
ol b.-f. re the lnlh of August, IS77, for prorata
t'.ist i il.mion, or the same will be forever
bamtl. K. D. SMITH,
1 oi . HI, 1S77. Admiinsirijtor.
ALL KINDS OF
Olttee No. 1") Smith Main St. Residence,
No. Ut, col ner ol South Main uud Tenth St.
I oiler t his spring a lot cf sui') ior home
grow n A pple trees, at ten cents tach. Bei-t
vai ielies lor this locality. Also Pear Trees,
Oiapu Vines, Strawberry and Raspberry
1'lauts, Asparagus Roots, Etc. Terms cash
or note secured.
Feb, H, 1877-4U HORACE RA1NEY.
Having this day suggested the insolvency
of N. K. Fitzpatrick. dee'd , to the Clerk of
the Countj' Com t of Maury county, Tennes
see, notice is hereby given to all persons
havltic, cia'iiis against said estate to file
t hem uuiy ant bentic ttetl with said clerk, on
or before the 1st of June, ls'77, for prorata
distribution, or the suue will lie lorever
barred. H. T. GOKDiJN,
Feb.il, 1S77. Adiniuistrator.
THREE FINE JACKS,
LARGE AND WELL. .BRED.
Is'eKr Spriui; Hill.
1 hnve this duv set my son, WILLIAM
M ANtiKl'M, Hts, lo net und vol k lor him-
sell. 1 will not Im respouslDle for Ills eoll
trnett, nor seek to get the iioduee of his la-
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istate of Tennessee vs. J. E. Sanders, et nl.
In this cause It nppearinR to me from
eoinphtiinuit's hill, wiiieu is sworn to, that
the unknown heirs of W. K. Kent, decease,!,
und M . Eliza Kent, etc, are nou-reKiuenlM
of the isliite oi Teuutsssee, mo the ordinary
proees-s ol I.HK.uinot lie served UfHin tlieni,
it Is ttierelt.re ordered hy me that puliliea
lion he iinide in the lleraltl aud Mall.anews
)'iix r publislietl in Ihe town of t'o'umhia,
Maury County, Teniiesxs;., lor four eonseen
1 1 ve reeks, let in hint; sattt non-residents to
appear lielore rule da.y in April next, of the
Chancery C ourt, ill the town ol'C,uinhiH,
Maury County, Tennessee, IST7. aud plead,
answer or iteuiiir to complainant's lull, or
I lie siii.ie w ill U-taken lur confessed us to
th. 111, and set lor lieitiini; expurle,
J.iu. IHiti-is;?. H. H. COUFEH, C. M,
WM; J. WILLIAMS,;
AND DEALERS IN
All Kinds and'Every Style and Size
of Burial Cases. Caskets Cof
fins and Oloss White Finisi
Atteuds promptly to ill calls, lu-town or
surrounding cour.liy. Fine Jltajain aud
gentle torses, and all at reduced prices Al
ways ready. Air Tight and Waterproof l
ses and Caskeh". Plain Walnut Collins ten
dollars. I will delivei at nuy deoot on Lie
railroad.- WM.J. WILLIAMS,
Cor. Main 4 St. John Sts. l'. bl 7"-U'i:
For Sale or Exchange.
One IU) eight liorae Vibrator Tliresherand
power complete. Two combined Reapeib
and Mowera compl.-te, and in working or
der; will exchange lor cattle, sheen, lnes.
noises or mule.-. j in i.viAS oiKs-t
Feb. 2-lni. Spring Hill, Tcnn.
F. B. HEMPHILL,
ATTORNEY- AT - LAV,
Office: In the Herald mid Ma' I oftice.
Titconib & Towic
At the OU Ktaifl. Corner .Spidfc Main St.
and J'u blic S-juare,
Robert O. Harris ct at , vs. C. C. Harris, cl al.
Bv viitii' of a d crce of ihe I'iiancery
Court at Columbia. Tennessee, rendered at
its Noveiubei sjuclal l-.-rm, 18b, in thoubove
styled case, I will sell al the court-house
door, iu the iowii ol Columbia, on tho 17th
d y of February, 1877, within the letial hours
of sale, the following desciiljetl rial estate
to-wit: a tract -f laud situated i:i civil dis
tricts Nos. -I ami -i, oi Maury County, Ten
uesee, mid b'.uinttsl on tl.e north by Ihe
lauds of James Reeves and Robert Smith;
tasl by Duck hiiver a ui the lands ot Joiin
ChiJdry and Michael 1-uuva.ster, lUecasetl;
south by I lie laml of said Lmcasicr and R.
F. Smith; west by tho hunts ol J'iio.;. Ua'lo-
way, decease.l, and F. M. Galloway, etal.;
containing about is- acres. Including the re
mainder estate in t hat part ol the tract, cov
ered by the uowcr of Mrs. Jane Harris, wid
ow ol Giles T. Hauls, deceas tl. Said land
will be sold upon acicil I t.l one and t vo
yeara, with Interest trom day of aale; notes
Willi Kootl personal security will beivijiiueil
of t he purcuascr or purchas -rs Said lamls
will be tlrst sold in lvo or more sepatatc
tiacts, and will then I -c sold as an entire
tr. ct, and the highest pi ice will be accepted.
Lieu retained lo secure payment of pur
chase money. Sa-d land will be sold lree
from the ctpiity of redemption. A plat will
ne lurmsiieii ou uay oi sale.
Jan. i! tL-l77. I. b. COOPER, C. & M.
Ly virtue of a di-crea of the t hanceiy
Court at Columbia, Teniie.-see, render d in
Us October term, ls.H, in the case of W. 1 1.
Walker vs. F. . I. Kwin, Administrator, : el
al.. I will sell ai the coutl-house th-or, m
tbe town of Columbia, on S.tturday, tin: Lib
doy ol February, 1S77, the followiiu; descr.b
ed real e.itiite, to-wit: beizinuiiii; at a stake
and beech on the iior.h bank ot Hear Cret-k,
beins? south-west coi ii-r of stud tract, run-
uiiiu thence south s.ri e.ust i'l cliaius to
rock west of a small sour oak: thence, sou-h
J)i , east SO chums, 11 uuks to a stake in the
tune leiuiiiit; iroin re.ir I re k lo ine ..iitir
Ircesboio road; theuce, couit sS , J , wes!
;i clinl :s; llii'iii't: mjii Hi to the beniiiiu:
con t:iin iinj 7-t acis, nioie ;r less. I u itlst-1
lb. i- i i.tluder interest as bojhl by Tho. -i
as s. Si . uttoii 1. 1 t lie loi no r side. 'lie- -a:.!
u ill le so. d tor c.ish. ticc trom t he eipiit v o
: dviiii'tion. 1 1. H. i lit ipF.H, '. iv M.
lie of fl Trust ilceil i v.-it'.-il o:i l'n.-
oi May, Js7!, py t'Ji u ley M . vi ii-
jaiuesil. iluuiias, to f-cil e
.1 . i'l-l 1:1 11 Ill:ll-lll- ,1 I--:- LT.IKI Sll
" A. Jiiywii. iv'iicli ijf-cd is
, .. . ii i.-.u v
ii the. h.-el-stel
; niiesse., in PkhiiC X, olittue
i I, v virtue of I !n a !p n o I mi lit
Iy Court, of Maury t ounti.oi
. te under saitl 1 1 ed jus.ead of
; I will on theo.li d iy of Man-h
out t House in Columbia, 'i'eii-
.a Hid highest bidder for cash,
cipiity ol rtsieiitpt lou, 1 be iiit
- si ol said Wiliiaius iu a Har t
d in M iniy C .uuiy. Ten ues--sixth
th reof'.i. united on
; i'-'he !and.so!'A. t . ilouser; on
!ie lands of F. il. I raiae and
Jeison; on tho soi.lh by Duck
-i tiie west by tho lands o! M.
twining about 1.25 acre.s. Sale
" " Ul!,i. V. I'RIEf'JM.iX,
;t n otic i-:.
.i lay sumjesied the insol vency
I . -, "ile -e iseil, to the clerk of
. Com t of Maury Counly, Tcnnes-
- hereby iveii to all jiei-sons
d... against said estate t- tile
. ,i ' lietit icateil with saitl clerk,
i.e 2nd day ofjun-, 1877, for
-i :.ution,or the stnie will be
the Cull, t
eec. no' i
iivv .iil; cl
them m ' -ou
iorev. ; b
! I. .V.A.1IKS1IA1I,
i . 7. Administrator.
! . S A L !; .
J as. T. Akin vs. L. D. iValtiei .
Byviitueola dccnsi- of the Honorable
Chancery Court, li iidi :cd at its Noi ciub -i
special term, lsTii, iu tl.e above st t- tl ci.use,
1 will ou the 17th il iy o." Fcbi nary, is, ;, ex
pose ro sale, ltu cash, nl I ub'ie ..tttciy, lo
the htfiliest and best bidder, at the cotiit
iiouse door, in Hie towu of Columbia, Tenu.,
the following described tract or parcel ot
laml, to-wit: a tract or parcel ol hind, l.viug
anil bciu' iu the St:h civil disliict ol Maury
County, 'i'eniit ss.-,-, near t In; noi I h margin
ol the town of ( 'oiuiubia, uiitl boumietl as
follows: on the west by the Simla Fe turn
pike; on the ci.st by Duck River; ou the
soul h by Myers, col.; on the north by
; known us the H. M. GiMe .pio tract;
containing about twelve acres, be the same
more or less, excluding one acre ami a half,
more or less, including the house, yard aud
garden, the north-wi st coi ner of said tract
ol land, which will not be sold. Said land
will be sold lor cash.
D. 11. COOPER, C. ilc M,
AND SAL E.
W. T. VcClain, Adtiiti.ist latoi o," V. V.
s-teckaid, vs. James Audi us aud Wesley
By virtu" of n decree of the Houoiabte
Chancery Court of Maury Counly, Tennes
see, ion.! crcd at its October terni.'lsTti. iu the
above slylcd cause, i will roce' tl lo sell lo
the highest and host bidder, r.t tho cyurt
luiniiB ituor, in the town of Columbia, on the
17th day of Fein nary, H77, the l'ollowjugjde
scribeii real estate t.i-wit: a certain tractor
parcel ol laml 1 ing aud bein iu Maury
County, near the town of Mt. Pleasant, con
taining about ti acres, mo e or less, and
bounded as follows: on the east by J. 1.
Guthrie; on the north by the line between
James Andrus and this land; on the west
by the road h atlui to Rickets and Grimes
liiiU, known as the Glsss road; on Ihe south
br J. M. Granberi v. S.tid 1 ind will be sold
on a credit of six aud luclvc i::. mills, liee
from the right uiitl etpuity ot ledcmpttou;
notes with maal personal security will he
reuuired of tho puiehaser, liearing interest
from dpy Ql sat", D. 11. COOPElt, C. iV- M.
iVolicc ol Dissoliilion
Tile firm t.f lilibins it. Krov. n u-as on the
21Mi iusl., dissolved by miilual consent
Jno. P. Brown letiring IVom said firm. All
parties owing saitl th in will settle wi: li W. B.
Dobbins, at the old st md, North side Public
Square, and those havliigclaiinst, -dust the
firm will present them tii-re lor paym-nt.
. it. 1 ilibins will still coiitinuo t;;e b isi-
ues at tne saine stand.
W. B. Dottni N:4,
Jan. Ill, ls77. JNt 1'. lllio w.v.
V injiui; to retire from the n.ereuiitile lui-
Muess, 1 nave nevere.l my eouuei lion w iih
ine nrm 01 1'oiiiiiiis A hhih ii. I teiurn my
tlKiuts to my menus lor their p.itromi-n.
imu it?-ii ii.- eiiiiuHn''e Willi vv . li.
IHiii 'lu. who will coutintie nt th -old st-md
Jan. V", 17,-. J NO. y. iJUOWN.
LVN O S.AJLJi
L. Heudley, et ul., v.
Ity virtue of a de-ree of the Hoiiornll
Ch meeiy Court of Aiuuiy Count v, Tennes
see, rendered at Us N o vein her sixeiai term,
lsTii, of said oui t, iu the above sly led emse,
x .till ua toe inn uiij 01 1 cuiuit: t l.s., ex
pose lor sale, at puhlie outcry, to ihe hich
estand host tmliler, at the com t-housa tloor,
in the town of Columbia, TeunessK , the
following describe;! lot to-wit: IxitNo. ."is.
ia whixiio. .t, 111 ine iowii oi uwuniuia,
Maury Couuty, Tt liuessee, and houniiea on
the north hy Lot No. .17; on the south hy Ixt
-Mi; on the west by Ixt No. 50; on tho east by
(ianleu tstreet ol saJ.I town. Saul lot No. 5K,
win he sotu on a cretin, oi six, twelve ami
eighteen niontliK, with interest from date.
Notes with approved security will lie re
quired of the purchaser or purchasers, and
a lien retained lor the iav meiif of the pur
chase money. D. 13. COOPEK, C. A M.
HiiviiiK tiialined as Admiuiotratorof Win.
Nealon.tlec'd. I hereby nive mil ire lo all
person haviiiu clainiH nuauisl said estate to
come forward mi. 1 rile them with me, nnd
those indebted lo said (.stale to make Metlle
ment.s iiumiHliately. N. A. l'KNHAW,
J nil. .ii, 177. feprmg Hill, Tenu.
John W. Mayes, et ah, vs. John W. Wieener
Pursuant to an order of the Honorable
Chancery Court ol Maury County, Tennes
see, at ita October term, lf76, in the above
styled cause, reviving a lormer order of sale
rendered at ita April term, 1S78, I will on
Saturday, the 17th day of February, 1877,
proceed to sell to the highest aud best bid
c.er. at -the court-house door, in the town of
Columbia, between the legal honis of sale,
the lolio-ving described r al estate to-wit:a
tract or parcel ol land, situated in the 20th
' vil d:s riet ol Maury County, Tennessee,
ifgiun ill : at a rock on the north bank ot
1-n. U River, jiolnter and elm; south 3t',
iA links: bH" east, tll'tei-ii and eieveu links to
mia l poplar, Roberts' corner; thence,
south o-, 42', east 18 chains; then, south 1,
e-'st- 7 ciiaius and Ti links to a slake.
Robert corner; thence, 15', east 2J
chains and 43 links to a bocl', Roberts corn
er; lo-noes north 1, mat it r.liHiu 90 liuka to
il rock. R iberLs corner; thence, north 1J, "',
east is cbaiiiH and 4t links to a stake;
thence, somh 87", JS, east 2.? liuks to a l-ock
Roberts cirner; tlience, nort 'i o , tl', east lu
hains, bi l.nks to a kioiic, t.'oberia corner:
tiietice. Jiorlri s f ;-lr , wist hi chains, i
links to a stone, Roberts wrufr; tneiicc,
north H4' ,V4', west chains, M links to the
mouth ot coal blanch. (Duck River); thence
up tl.e liver to the iieytnninii. Haid land
wi I oc sold upon a croditof aix, twelve and
-iuMeen incuit hs time. Said land will be
soM free, from the right and equity of re
ilciui li'.ii, which has been cutoff" by the
court. D. B. CO'PER, C. & M.
U. Kannou aud J. B Hill, Administra
tors, vs. Ma.garel Turner, et al.
By virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court of Maury CaUMflf rendered
at Its octofer term, 1870, in th ove styled
cause, I will on Saturday, the 17th of Feb-
rui.1 y, is. i, proceed lo sell to the niguest auu
best but. ler. al the court-house door, in tne
town of Columbia, between the lesral hours
of sale, the following described real estate,
to-wit: a tract or parcel of laud, situated in
the 4th civil district of Mamy County, con
taining about 4jU acres, and bounded ou the
the u'rth and east by Duck River; south by
tne lauds of J. B. Hill, John Kirk and the
Wallace mill tract; west by t no lamls of N.
T. Moore. Said luud will be sold subject to
tne widows dower, a description ol which
cau be. s.-en by reierenee to the records ol
Lie Ma-ury County Court. Said land will
tie : old u a credited six, twelve aud eigh
teen moiillis, except the sum of coOU in cash
to be paid ou day of sale; notes with iood
personal security will In) required of the
purchaser or purchaseis, anil lieu retained
to secure payment of piuchaso money.
Sale lice from the rluht and cqut'y ol id
deiupttou. which has becu cut oil by decree
ol c urf. A p at W'll be furnished on day
ol sa . -
Dec U5-IS7ti. D. B. COOPER, C. M.
F. It. V alkius vs. Clias. Vaught, et al.
By'virtue of a decree of the Houoiable
Chancery court l Columbia, Tennessee,
r. ndcreii at its October term, 1876, iu the
above styled cause, I will on the 17th day ot
February, 1S77, e-tjaise to sale, at the court
house door, in the town of Columbia, Ten
nessee, at public outcry, to the highest and
tiest bidder, Ihe fo. lowing described tract of
land, to-wii: situated on the waters of Car
ter's Creek, iu Maury County, Tennessee,
and b:uiid-sl on the east by Carter's I :reek,
ou tne north by the lands of Murphy, Little.
Held and Foster; on the west by the lamls
of Jamison and Kirby; on the south by ihe
lands of Nicnoison; containing alsmt four
hundred acres. Said land will lie sold on a
credit of six and twelve months, with Inter
est from day oi sale, and free fiom the riv;lit
ai d equity of redemption, which has been
exprtssly cut on" and extinguished. Tbe
purchaser or purchaseis will lie required to
execute notes with good personal security,
aud a lieu letaiued tor Ihe payment ot the
purchase m. ney. D. B. COOPER, C. & M.
By virtue of a trust deed, executed to un
ity A. C. and N. A. Thompson, partners
in trade ami tiding business under the firm,
name aud sty le ol A. C. Thompson & Bro.,
I will ou Saturday, the 21th day of March,
1S77, expose to sale at public outcry, at the
court-house door, in the towu of Columbia,
I he following described real estate, to-wit:
Two tracts or parcels of land, situated in
district No. t, Maury County, Tennessee, ou
Fountain Creek, and bounded aa follows:
One tract beginning at an oak, W. O. Flem
ing's corner, running tbenee, south lb , o1
pons, to a -Set lock on Bond's line;l hence,s.S
c:isi,7'.: r.,toasct ro k, Daniel lograham's
coiner; tlience, north 2 , Utl poles lo a hicko
ry; west 15 poles to a soiirwood tree; north
J . e.ist :X poles to a set rock, hickoiy an.
,viit:t-cik pointer, at IS and 12 links; thence
noit ! 7S , v. st ' poles to a set rock, vvlih
iieech po lit. i it at -i7 Units; th. iico, s :utli 27 ,
si ."ij pole.- lo a slaiie in Branch Fleming's
corner, v.- h h ha. kln-i iy poim'rs -on ill 2 ,w -t
J pole to th3 b "giiiiiini:;coiilaiti:ii ii;-cr s
aiiil Hi poles, anil l iug insauic conveyed
lo the said.,. C. and . A. iiioiupson by
.1. B. tjiaeey and wi;e, by lvI-siciid de.it.
See IiKi: V., ti!. i.', J'ctesel and J, lii feta
t. r's l.'llice, Mamy l ci;i.ty. T. iiiussee, lo
t. hich n lin nee i.C in;-ie. 'J'l;eo h r tract is
bounded on the north by tbe lull- s of V . U.
lari lu a u li Rrriii I'l ist.i'; e.st liv the lands
oi Jo".'." ''"'J -'. -'VJ.."1"J elionnld:
s,,uth by ttie lamls Of :!.'!ni Perry and
Daniel ingrain; west by t!;e lantls of J. J.
Gracev; containing about acies, and be
ing the same conveyed to the said A.I.
and N. A. Thompson by A. N. Akin, Clerk
of the County Court ot .Maury County, Ten
nessee, having been sold under the orders ot
said i-niri in the cau-:e of L A. Martin vs.
T. E. Mai lip, ft al.; and the said deti of the
said Akiu, Clerk, appears upon tbe Ueg is
let's Look of .Maury County Book 1 ., vol.
2, Pages Jili and -17, and to which reierenee
i will i.ell ct the same time and place the
following persoual piupe.iy, air,, conveyed
iu said deed of trust, to-wit: One Eclipse
Saw Mill Engine aud boiicr and
fixtures and tools located at Buford
station, Tenu., on Nashville and Decatur
Ratii'oad, toes County, Tennessee. It is
said to bo a supiiiir iniil. l ersons desirinu
such property are recommended toexamiue
same belore day of sale. Three log aud two
two-horse wagons: two sets four-horse har
ness: one set two-hoise harness- three yoke.
oxen; two carriages or barouches, with har
ness for Mime; one blue inure mule; two
bay inure tuuies; one ninctc i.orse unite; oue
Itlack horse, one nay nois., iniee sorrel
horses, two grey mires, and one bay colt.
i he suid mill and fixtures are located III
Bulbrd Station, Giles County, Tennessee,
and pal I tes tie l ring lo pti remise, cau ex am
ine ihe same at said Station belore day ol
s.ie. The remainder : the personal prop
el iy u ill ;; j Min.itii! ou S'lni day ol s;ile.
I'lCit.S: i a-h, :is per I rust det:iV.
Jan. :).'! s77. H". I. INGRAM, 'J'l u tee.
f f f f f f f f f f f f
Tn 11m- tVuiklin: t l'ss. W e are now
prepared lo furnish all classes Willi constant
s-mpioyini nl at I onic, tho whole of the
lime, or lor their spare moments. Business
new, light and prolilable. l'eisous of either
sex easi y eai u fnuu ."iU cents to SO per even
ing and a proportion ill stun by U-i voting
their whole time lo ihe hus.ub.s. Bo;.s and
girls linn uear.y as mucd as men.
That id' who sec i nis not te..; may send their
address, and lest the business we make l-'ds
uupar.illu'ctl oifei i To siuih lis arc, not vell
satislitil we will si nd oie dollar lo pay for
the liotible ot wilting. F.dl particulars,
samples worl h seyeial dollar.! to commence
work on a copy of Home and Fireside, one
ol the largest and best. Illustrated I'ub-
licat ions, all sent tree by mail. Reader, If
you want permanent, profitable work, ad
dr s-i, GEolUiK SriS.SON A Co.,
Jan. IIHh-1877. i'orllaud, Maine.
IVIagnolias For Sale.
1 hav Mm young niaguolijs for sale. 1
willtiansplaut ami war ant them to live.
Nov. 17-tf. JEROME B. FJ LLOW.
Can't ue made by every
agent every mouth In
the business we furn
ish, but those willing to
work cau easl'y earu a
dozen dollars a day right in their own lo
calities. Have no room to explain here.
Business pleasant and honorable. Women
end hovs and girls do as well as men. We
will furnish you a complete Outfit. Tt".e
business pays better than anything else.
We will bear expense of starting you. Par
ticulars free; write and see, i'ariuers and
meennnics, their sons and daughters, and
nil classes In need of paying vrork at. home,
should write to tin and learn a l about the
work at once. Now Is the lime. Don'i de
lay. Address, Thck . Co ,
' jao.i:i:li-l877, ' Augusta, Maine.
It. T. Dtjwell vs. li. T. Ledbetter et ul.
Iy viitue of u decree ol f Honorable
Cimecerv Court, r'od"ieil at its Novemlier
fcp.cial term, 1S7K, in the above siy'ed cause,
1 ti'l tin the 17t li dav of Kebr:nrv.;ti77. ex-p-ifcO
to sale, at public outcry, at the court
house door, hi the town ol Columbia, to the
h'l'he-t and best b-dder, the loilowiii d-j-sei
lued tr.'et or parcel t.f Und, to-wit: sit
u .led in Maury t o.nity, Trunessee, district
No. t'l.Hud hou'ndfd as lollots:ou the east
b. the lantls o! 1,. W. lilacli oud the Collltii
h a an. I Eraukiiu tuino'.ke; south by the
lantls ol Iedbettoi ; west by said L.dbetUr;
north by I.. V. Llack, it a.; coutiuiui;
about 11 acres, more or less. Said laud will
I;.' sold on a creditol six and twelve months
with interest from day of sale, free rom the
rlnht and equity of redemption, which has
iieen expressly cut oil and extinguished.
'I he purchaser or purchaser wi:l be re
quired to execute notes with good personal
security, and a lien retained, lor the piy
ineut of pureliMsc money.
Jan. L!th-lt)77. D. K.COOPEK, V. Jt M.
Nashville and Cairo
T. O. ItYMAN, Superintendent.
I'or l'lnihillr, I'nilamti and C'alrp
The new and rlecaot passf rcer steamer
('. If. A XDKHSUX. will leave Kash ville for
the i.liove iHiiuu, cvt iy Monday, at li'.ii.,
The new and clcpaut steamer EDDY
VILLE will leave Nashville for the above
points every Friday, at 4 r, M.
Each txial makes close ctinnectlou at !,
diieah with Upper Ohio Kiver boats, and at
Cairo w ith tlrsl-elass steamers for New Or
leans and ail points ou the Lower Mississip
pi. Special Induceiueutx offered to emi
grants to all points iu Arkansas aud Texas
aud the Northwestern Territories.
jaii2ti-4u Oeu. Agent! fco, 9 Uroud St.
FRESH GARDEN SEED:
-A- FULL I .1 i 1-7 OF
Lanclreth's, Briggs & Bro.s and Ferry s
. Garden Seed just Received, and for Gale by 1
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V . J. DALE, & SONS, AdE.VTS, Nashville, Teonessee.
Columbia, Tennessee; feblt3-77-ly
LAHDHETH'S AUD BUIST'S,
PEAS AND BEANS IN BULK
TITGOMB & TOWLSR,
SOUTH SI DR PUBLIC SQUARE,
Feh. y, lH77.-2w. COLUMBIA, TENNETSEE.
NEXT DOOR TO TUK FAMOUS CHINA HOUSE.
the mm STORE
Is now prepared, iu their new lioue, to seil goods cheaper than ever, having
three car loads on tbe way from Bankrupt and Sheriff Hales. We
will sell our piesent stock
AT PRICES. THAT DEFY COMPETITION !
It will he to vour inferest to c;iJl atuT ,-eetI c
All htavv I'll 11 (intiils
Mow "Volr" fr
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sr l''t iorret the j.l.K-e, NEW YORK STORE, liwcvu Y. R
lJttin-' Lhtio- Store ami tlio I'tiniotis China Hottst'.
IVh, !, 1X77.
To the Ladies of Columbia
AFP THE PUBLIC GENERALLY!
1877- NEW GOODS! 1877.
Millinery and Fancy Goods at the
MRS. M. J. URYANT, Agent.
II 'Vlni: icivml i. tiled Ihe sitmo stor- I'oriiieiiv o,en pi.-.l liy Mr (I f. .M:!irr we iu-
! nd .1 iin-re;il iiiluee nlsas we h y hiiiI se;l ex.-liisjv.-i v lor e.i Will e'm inn.'
ti n-ci'iV" tl.i.'y hy express il the novelii -m of 1 he S mso-.i isl'i -v lire iut ro l:ie,-,l In the
Ktislern Mm kel. Wo soli. -it a reiietviti ol liie p:tfriu-;ie o! n-ir til! e is-in. s. -itnl invite
l" ii'e .1. .v e til.
fetr The Oldest Established
WATCHES, JEWELRY and DIAMONDS,
Sterling and Tlatsi Silverware, Cpactaelei, Gjld Pea:, Clo:ks, &c,
MAXWELL HOUSB, - - NASHVILLE, TEISTIsT.
KC- Wiitehes find Jewelry Hepaired.
GENERAL IIvfSURANOE AGENTS
xo O omp anies
Oue of the hesl
We Bolieit husiiiess-eall on us fit the IjRW
South Stle ruhlicStiuHie.
J tin 12th-tf.
Valuable Lots For Sale.f
Py villiie of I he pow-r 111 me vestetl by n
tlerree oi the Clin neery Cxui t at K-tw.en.-e-huri!,
Tennessee, rt-nd- UHl on the 1 1 h l of
November, lsTH, iu the cause of J . M. Te; rv
vs. William Oalloway and others, f w;ll
pr.x-e...d lo M-ll to the highest and best I ( I
der.otiih'i -Mb day of February. Ii7, the
vae-t'it pttijieity what is known uslhe
(iiiMowMv home nluce. siiualed iu the town
ot Columbia, and on which Win. Oailowey
now resales', and bounded as follows: on tie.
north by Spring SI reel; on the west by. I. J
bar ven; ou the south hy lien not t Street; ol.
the east by Nulilvan and llodire; said va
cant prorterly w-ill tm sold in lots tor one
thiid cash and the balance ou a credit of six
and twelve months at ten per ceuU interest.
Notes and good security required. Kale free
from the equity f redemption. Kefereucels
made to W.J. Webster, William Oadoway,
N. It. Wilkes aud the decree in the cause.
Sa e will take place on the premises at one
o'cl.K'k, Monday, February 6t h, aud teuus
declared. WM. H. TIMMONS.
Nov. 17th-l76. Commissioner,
Johu O. Kirk, vs. James C. Murphy, et al.
Bv virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court of Maury County, Tennes
see, at its October term, 1K7H, in the above
styled cause, 1 will on the 5lh day of F'ebru
ary next, proceed to sell to Ihe blithest and
liest bidder, at the court-house door, in the
town of Columbia, between the legal bonis
of sale, the following described real estate
lo-wit: a tract or parcel of laud, situated- in
tbe 4th civil district of Maury County, Ten
nessee, bounded on the north hy the lands
of W. N. Bryant; on the east and south by
the lands of O. F. Wright, it being the same
tract of Ihuu ou wnicu me saia ae cnuaot
now resides; contuiniiiK by estiiiiatlon 26
aei ea more or less. tSald laud will be sold
on a credit of one aud two years, lree from
lheri;ht and equity of redemption. Which
lias been beeu cut off by decree or court.
The purchaser or purchase rs will be re
quired to give notes bearing interest from
da;ot sale, with two good securities, and o
lieu will be retained ou the land to secure
payment of puivlilnie money.
Jau. tttli-lBTT, i, B. CtJiiiK, CAM.
Aul we trive the Futilii
v.- will sell i'm' les tli ui
L. MARKS, Phophiktor.
OF FASHION !
.M iirs. 4. J. isuv .Ni', Ageut.
Jewelry IJouso in the City !
Kilverwure Mu.le to tlrtler.
THE P.EST Ol'-
of lUTcw York
on the Continent.
Office of MeKny Klueri, itrown'H Illoek
W. .J. 1AL.J0 V tr(n.
s. John L. Port - r: J
t t al.. vs. II. ! A kin.
I.y vn I in-oi a Ui I'm i- ot the ilonorabj--
tiifii;:iy i ouri or t o.uluoia, 1 emit .. ei ,
renueieti nt in t i. iou r tr:n, IS7y, in th
above si. i i.-.l e -ii: ,i, 1 v.iliou the 17lh day
ot February, l-,',7, exp-isc toi sale, at pubiTe
outcry, to the. i.ii;lt st au l be-t binder at
1 he cull : t-ioiise do;,r, i u I be town of Col'iiu
ti i. Tei'lierscc, liie lollowiu;! (lesrribed tlii' t
of Ian-1. to-wit: a liiit't of laud Ivimi in ib
21st civil dlsilet of Maury County, Icinns
si e, and know li us a lit I ot the liiif,li li.
Potter tract tit luud, and biding tl.e same
tract of laud purchased by the said Johu L.
Porter, and Louis T. Lanier, at a sale of the
Chancery Couit, at Columbia, Tennessee,
made in the case, of James Akin, adminis
trator against the heirs and creditors of 11.
II. Porter, deceased, excepting about eight
acres of said tract sold by said John L. Por
ter to David O. Gregory, and about nine
teen acres to said Ixmis U. Lanier, being -in
all about oue huudred and uiue acres, sold
by sld Porter to said Akin, and bounded
as follows: north by the lands of W. II.
Brown: south by the lands of Iiuvi.1 u. iirw.
oiy , cii-si uv uie isnu oi v. u.Uregery aud
tne lands belonging to Mrs. 1. Ii. Flippiu;
went uv tne lauus oi w . ii. Hrnivn. isaltl
laud will be sold ou a credit at one and two
years, wild interest from date. Notes with
approved security will be required of tho
purcnaser or purchasers anil lien retained
for the payment of the nnrrliase inonev.
Said laud will be sold free from the right
and equity of redemption, which has been
expressly cut oil and extinguished.
juu. iiin-iB.7. v. is. cool r-u,
A splendid lot of Gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods and Heady-made Clothing at cost for
strictly cash, to make room for Spring
stock. Hemember the place, Dext door to
m. iiuiuc s auu opiMJSllo J".mlrV A Friers
1. . - - -ma
- WE ARE DKTKRMINED TO-
ASTONISHINGIiY LOW PRICES !
llaa one of the
Chin. Erlass S Queensware Ever in Columbia !
Thousands will testify that
FAMOUS CHINA HOUSE
OUR STOCK of Cutlory. Spoons, Castors, Waitors, is
Complete and must bo sold!
OUR LOOKING-GLASS DEPARTMENT can uot bo Sur
passed. Wo are closing them out at Factory Tricos!
LAMPS! We have some Two or Three Thousand, which
we will sell at aEacriiico!
CO MTO THE
FAMOUS CHINA H
And lie uBtoiiisliett what a few dollars will luty.
We give a discount of Ton Per Cent, oil' our regular Pri
ces to parties going to Housekeeping !
You are requested to jt'Ve
We are liouti.l to sell, as profit is no ol.ji et for I'm: present. We Iium: tin e.,, ,.,
Mid it is money we waut. PaV" l'ositiveli no en-ilit.
JNt? We dupliCHte lAiiiisvil.e outl Nasliville liills for i nsli only. I.oi-li '.,r (,i--.it'll
t.l t lie
f !G5xas-- Blumeiitfesrt Bro,,
I; aVru-oiIi ot Du:.u-tr.l.,lV iv.;,.;, li , Naslivillc, I .,(
N. l;. Vt -?. V. O-.ou l.r ).aitii.f- liif
Flows, Buckeye He
II AND II M M Kits,
CROSS I TJTKAWN,
mm m wm unit
tlast Slrio Public Square.
Nov. 10-76-4m. J V STREET & CO.
T J. I.
The White Mian's I3ai'ber- Slioi.
Dale's building, two doors from Nelson Ilou-e, ami i.t xl to Kui ns' 1 u ug store
(Successor to C. H. Oilberl;,
Takes pleasure to statu to the public, that at his house you can In; le-.-ouiuio J:i:.-d wil tt
the best work in the line ol birls-is. Hair Cutting, shaving, .Shaiiipuoiiiiig, tie., . I -. , , . ui
ttie latest ami most liocoming stylev. Special nti. iitiuii given to 'J i iimu ing n nd ('i.-s-ung
Childreiis lialr. As 1 am assisted by l'rol. 11. F. Echard, one of tho best artist iu I ic stale,
I know that! cau give sat tsfactlou.
So Razors sharp and Scissors keen,
Jan. I'l li-lS.7. Wulk in Gentlemen and get hiivc.l clean. Dr. L. LEIININo.
BOOKS, STATIONARY, WALL PAPEil, SHADES,
.TPictiirii Ji'.'Miie.s, etc
i bin e iinivt d my slock of I too is, 1 clure.. Mil i :. Ti.l , eviiy rbin ilt i, . j , , , , ,, (l
first -t lavs J If .ok Stoic to lu.v Oid Slaird, Hex I dooi to I liu 1 'o d Oftice, ois,,i.,j fj, ,,, d in ,-
GOME OKE I
To the lV-.ti'le'd iit.pular
City Restaurant I
First - Class Restaurant
Over my Haloon, next to Tyler A Williams, where the public can lind at all hours,
Frosli Oysters xxa. ITI&Jd.,
Andiuluct, everything the Nashville and this market affords. I have a food
Cook, aud everythlug will lie well prepared. My stock of "
WHISKIES, WINES,CIGAJ? &C,
Cannot be surjjasseil. Come and sec f-of y0mnere.
tlie lienefit of ecttini
getting (looils at
Iiargesti - Stoi ks of
they save Filty Tor Cent, by
Ware at the
i.s it cgll am instiect our NUa.1..
l'l ' Bl l ' St r l; i ;
in I lie Cotiniri, a lid WA l.'l.'AN I' III 1.1 l
ipers and Mowers !
WAHtiN LI N ! s,
1 r '1 1 1:1 -,
Ol'l'ON Ui o"I :,
WAt IN t'lIA I N
TKAt E( II.MN.-v,
i-r '., 1:1..'.
COME ALL ! !
low price 15xik Store.