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iiEHALD AND MAIL
ftldny Morniuic, Marcb ttth, 177.
Tbe United States fla over theSuu of
fice in New York hung at half mast with
"Union1' dow', Myndsy, when
Rogue li. II yes nsj mii!iuia.te.!.
Hayes' p ;:i .
rot el':c- ! h
IIaye 1 hi
mrtL i ad u'leit
lup u bit:
er o; pOUPUt cf
if i'.-ickard was
I: J Job
T!i- action of tho Ainer:cn
Y. Ciii'.'Irpss, Chairman of tin- 'e;uo
craiic S;h1c Iixocutivc C'ommitte-, in i-i.-i!.rsibi
Key's ace 'taricr- of a cabin. I
jiabition ui.der a stolen Presidency, mu l
l.ct be taken as cot elusive evidence tl:
lucli is the setjtimont o!' the Teunes-ct
Democracy. Tbe people will repudiaii
these traitorcu3 leaders.
ILe following a-e Uoue Ji. Hays'
:tuincl appoihfmpnis. ' Birds of a feath
er wiit lljck t'Ctber." Jjot the Demo-
-rata in tl.e henate have uulliicg to dv.
:v:h the "uucleiiu ibli::"
'Yiiliam M. E.-arts, of New York, Kcc
rciaiy of State.
John Sherman, of OLio Secretary of
(Jpoi jie W. McC'rary,of Iowa, Sccretarj
Richard M. Thompson, of ludiaua, bee
j.arj" of the .Navy.
Charles JJevtus, of Massachusetts, At
' Divi.l M. Key, of Tcuucsiee, Postmas
C:irl churz, o! Missouri, Secretary of
l:.ve received from Hon. Jaiues V.
stakes, (''lairnian of tbe JoiD'sConimitioe
:i'poit)1ed n nder House Joint Resolution
No. 'JO, to ascertain ur.d report to tie
ier.eral Asstmhly I ije to..t t,! juries in
civil cases to '.be counties from the first
of January, 1ST0, to tbe lirit cf January,
177, as well as tbe other cost of the Cir
tuit and Chancery Courts to tbe counties
of tbe S'a'e t.-c tbe fame period. Tbe
fiCts and fii'ir.:s which srt presented by
commit'ee arc iiUitliiii;. There
';!'. tiw would Lave thought ll
sui h r. iii.r.c& iu tho cos
-Retail Dealers In-
MEN'S AND BOY'S
r t:eui tf civ'l procfci-iro
tl .it tin, Jtldic'.si v
cci:n-'icd Learl from
Clrru!? Court Jurlffl,
t there is
of . these
,i:J by 12
loss I Hats,
At prices to accommodate every one,
anil .Manufacturers of
in iiiiiiij: 1
From $30!to $65 !
Pants $7 to $16 !
A perfect Kit Guaranteed lu every iiif.tr.iici .
audUoods waiiatitcd as leprcsented.
r Cutting, t'leauint; aul Rej.airlni; ilom
on sliorlotil notice, and al reduced prices.
nual Court Tartc fU.77.lO
Other cost... 4i.ICj.l
So thtt our raad"r can beUer
staul the comparative coat of the two
systems, we take the report made for ibie
Jilaury 1 conn y for the year ld70. Tlc
ni -r , -Ua Circuit and Criminal courts:
Circuit Court u
Vc (rive thpf e fact? reported ly ti.
comrn:tee, and as tl.e matter now stands
it teema that as the couimittee report, it
would be Letter to t'iVP Chauccry
Court almost exclusive jurisdiction in al'
civil case3 except those for liquidated
damages. Bat as this is only one side of
the question, we would like.'to hear from
Xfca South is I'd for Sale.
Tlie following editoriil from the 2!cra
?c3 Appeal J fully epeaks our senti-.
liieuts that we williotTIy endorse it iu ev
ery particular, and we gladly go on rec
ord with this editorial, and believe that
the large tnas6ea cf the people" of the
Boutb, true iu peace a ia war, will in
fcfter years bear us cut ia what U Lcic bo
plainly and truthfully stated:
His Fraud uleucy Returning-Board
Hayes is imitating the example of the
leader of thp Radical party in proposing
to take tbe Southern people hich. ijp into
the mountain and pointing to the rich
Epo'.ls that are in store for theui if they
will only desert tbe Democtatie party and
join the uicu who have so long robbed,
plundered and oppressed the fciouth.
uhe policy of t bo mw administration is
to purchase all the OldsLine Whiga, and
eucu Democrats as may be found who
love office more than principles. Demo
crats base enough to acetyl office from a
President elected by Wells and two ne
gro thieves, will not be so much of an ac
cession to the party which has trampled
upon the dearest rights ot tbe Southern
people. The prop03itiou ot Hayes to
purchase Southern renegades with office
is about as cool as the thief who boldly
1 roposes to share his stolen plunder with
th.' men he has robbed. The people of
tue southern Mates are poor, and occa
sionally Hayes may fand men ready to
liHrter their honors lor a mess of pottage
IJut tiie apostates will be execrated by
th jse t aey have deserted. 1 be true men
ot tue :outn win not receive olh ;e from a
niau elocted to the Presidency by fraud
any more thau they would become the
recipieut of tbe rich booty offered by a
crew oi successtul pirates, lne crea-
. j:cs for sale in the Liny 63 murket art:
"ut vorth the price piiid for them, and
very purchase will make a dozen Dew
:o:i.trts to the Democracy; for even the
'purees will desert Radicalism when it
idertHjaa to purchase such trash. Af
:T persecuting, vilifying, outraging and
:uder: m fbe Southern people for tec
are, tiayes and bis party propose to
.uchase the people they have stigmatiz
j. us murderers, assassins, banditti, bru
,i cibioyai traitor, by torowing to
i ill a fev stoien crumbs. In the last
:ipe Prer.dential elections the Rcpubli-
au rallyirgcry was hatred ol the south
; nuLn.' a outrages was tbe prolific tbeme
f hero r,a.s only one banner, the "bloody
i.irt: ouiy one appeal, ana that ot eter
.! Lit rod for Gram's pardoned traitors.
lie tinny pieces ot silver tempted J u
if, but it will not bribe the boutbern
pie, who have no compromise to make
i radicalism, because 1 hey have uoths
in common with tt. Our people are
viocB -for peace, but to secure it they
i not kiss the iiaud thai has so cruelly
istif.ea ttem tor tea :org years. fro
itions e mttnatirg from an administra-
the fruit of fraud find violence, is
img but an enort to accomplish by
.ocripy what slander mid the bayonet
lailed to do. lne south should be
hergurd against all templing offers
i ebullition of newvborn brotherly
o trotn tladicai sources and her lead1
i-aould be prompt to expose them
y are meshes for the unwary traps
iitch tb lion's whelp that could not
cowed. The reasoning is, that if once
uni.rjssion obtains ground that Hayes
;o:i:s io do a good prl by the bouth.
:. y will da destroyed. Let them see
.u r:o such i:upression is allowed to get
incision of the popular mind, and that
r,y uistMP.ine is never tor a moment
luxed. oue kuow bettpr than ir.
I !yes and h'.s consorts iu this most inU
..t.us Presidential swindle how great is
.b'ic indignation, and they are ready
promise anything that will cajole tba
:ople iuto quiet, or "split the Solid
outh.'' Though the South is poor, and
. bsren robbed, oppressed, cheated nn.l
SPUING JFAIE !
A FEEL STOCK SHOW .'
'I lie Maury County A. M. If. 4 1-. S. Socio
t v u ill hold h free exhibition of block . i:
Hieir Uroiiinln.on Saturday, the 2"-th day of
A pi 1 1 next. Tills is a moptins t promote
I lie iu teres ol the nUck raisers, as we'l
I iioae who wbiii to examine and IovpkI in
Hiieli. Th exhibition will be under tli
tiles and refjulatious of the 8 ciety, but no
u;Ue or entrnnce tee will be ehariied, nor
w ill any premium be paid, bill it will be a
nee social eulheriug of the people of Maury,
iimbl h the adjoining counties are Invited
to attend. r
l'HOU It .4 JI M K.
IliyxVar tliebest Boar any Hge; best sow
J)'vk an Jrjrt.Fr the best Jack any
hw- Ix-st ,l niiet nny ye.
H'lin-ial .' ((' l-'or tlie best Hull uny ug-;
b.'M cvw any nii.
Shcejy For the best Hnutli Ju'.vu Buck H!.y
K'je; betHoiitl)dovn Ewe any ap; best Ijii
V ool Iturli any up; bet lng Wool F.we
j'h'msugh-hre't Ifvrsa Fortiie bett btalliou
i,nv hup; bent mars any age.
x-flillc Stork For the Klaliiou any agi ;
!..-.t Mare Hiiy hp; test Geidlug sn.v sg'J.
jfamcis iSVucA- For the bel btalllou any
ay- oest Mare any og'-; i,pst iel(IUi any age.
An v stock not eimnoVa'Pd in the nlov.r,
r any article of lntw-xM to iho eouuir.t,
will be rcc iv d ml accorded the s:iin"
l ' liege h tho'c in the piomatunu; aid
tu-owueiof such are Hfiecialiy refjuesteil
0 brin t them to flic ground on lhat day.
lilTAN, Secretary, ltmiit tw
J. T. r.. COfl
T ell II.
Iu t Unlivery B lolnmbla,
W. S. Italnev, Adniiolstrator of H. W. f rier
son, vs. j. 11. Estes eta'.; and W. W. Ber
ry tt al., vs. W. a. Ralney, Ailm'r, el al.
it appearing to me from affidavits filed iu
the-.e causes, that H. H. Kstes, Frank Mini-
ton, Eudwig. J. H. Ewing, la-
viil Estps, ami W. 1'. Ks'ps aie
non-iesldeuts ot the State ol Teiiues
sfC,il is therefore ordered that ibey enter
lheir appearance hcrelu on or before liie
noil tej iu of the Chancery Court, to be held
a Columbia, Ten nysoe. on tlie third Mon
day iu April, 1"77, and plead, answer or de
mur to 1 he a iiovc styled causes; ana eopeeiai-
v I he Cross Bill of W. W. Berry et al., filed
Wfa'Dst W. Bainey et al., now pendiu
said Cbancerv Court, or the same will
tabeu for confessed as to them, and set
.March il, let. D. B. COOrEH, C. & M
AU persons holding bollAfiaStJainisagaliiKt
(he nirn of A.C. Thorn psou Brl..a'-?i here
by not i tied to come forward and ale tlie
same Willi the uitderelgued at his olUce, in
Columbia; and all persona having lu tlielr
possession assets or eflecUt belonging to said
firm of A.C. Thompson & Bro., are hereby
lioti tied to come forward iramediutelv, and
deliver up the possession of tbe aaine to the
undersigned, at his office, In Columbia,
Tenu. it. H. BANfiOM, Asslcucc,
u Bankruptcy of
March 9, lo77. A. C. Thompson t Bro.
TO Af.E WHOM IT MAY CONCVKN :
You are hereby uotitied lhat ou tne 2Hth day
of February, 1877, the undersigned was duly
aii)Ointed by proper authority Assignee iu
Bankrui'tcv of A. C. Thompson & Bro., who
recently tiled tiieir petition In bankruptcy
in the V mled (States District Court at ash-
March Ia77. It. II. SANO
Eliza lleutou va. TUomaa Denton.
In this cause It appearing to iue frrm
complainant's bill, which Is sworn to, that
Thomas Kenton is a nou-rcsldent of the
Hlale of Tennessee, so that the ordinary pro-
cess of law ran not be served upon him: It Is
therefore ordered by me that publication be
madH Ml the Herald and Mall, a newspaper
puiiiikiieti in ine iowii oi i-oiunirna, Maury
county, Tennessee, for four consecutive
weeks, requiring tba said non-resident to
appear before the next siltiugcf the Chan
eery Conit, lu the town ot Columbia, ou or
before (he 1st Monday In April. 1S77. and
plead, atiiiu er or demur to complainant's
bill, or inu same tviu ie lauen lor confessed
as to uliu, and set lor bearing ex parte.
Feb. J3. 177. i). li. COOI'LIJ, C. 4 M,
HOUSE AND LOT!
Branch vs. John V. Wright
Uv virtue of a decree of tha Honorable
Chancery Court, at Columbia, Tennessee,
and rendered at lis Oct. term, 1S7H, In above
styled cause. I will expose for sale to t be
highest and last bidder, at the Court House
door lu the town ot Columbia,
ON MONDAY, 2nd PAY OF A Pit I L, 17;
tbe following described bouse aud lot: situa
ted in the town of Columbia. Tennessee.
lu'cniuiuii ai uie interception ot v est Mark
et and High streets, and is bounded ou the
south aud west by said streets; the measure
ment commences al the corner of the fence,
aud runs north with High Street l'Jl .
to a rock at a terrace, and within 7 feet of
tue norm bounuary of lot No. fa of tlie
towu of Columbia; th-mce east to eastern
boundary olsatu lot on the plat of said town:
thence south to West Market fctreet; thence
wesi witb saia street, ieet to tbe begin
ning, being all of lot No. ti, except 7 feet on
the north boundary. Haul house and lot
will be sold on a credit ol one aud two years.
:otes will be requireu oi me purcnastr or
purchasers. Willi cood aud approved securi-
iv, and a lien retained for the payment of
the purchase money. bald house and lot
will be sold live from the light and enulty
of redemption, which right and cutiity is
hereby expressly cut otl and extinguished.
.Mareli z, ISk. i'. ti. courtii, c iv ii.
Non Resident Notice.
Hy virtijp Af a fl fa directed to me from
the Houoiuble Chancery Court of Maury
county, Tcnue.tsee, in favor of Friereou A
FleiuiD-j Attorneys, vs. John A. tirubb and
Alesauder McKay, I will tell for cash, to
t he highest and best bidder, at tbe court
house door in the towu of Columbia, on
Saturday, 31st of March. l;7 all tiie right,
title, claim aud Interest thai the defendants
have iu and to tbe lollowiug described tract
or parcel ot laud, situated In tbe State of
Tennessee, Maury county, 21st civil district
and bouodPd as follows: Ou tlie south by tlie
lands of J. B. Aldersou; west by tlie lands of
K. S. Porter, known as the Wilson Tucker
tract of land; north by the lands of Thomas
K. Mahon and others; tast by the lauds of
Tuomas 1Z. Mabon and others; containing
bo acres more or lees, and Ih-Iek the seme
t ract of laud purchivsed by W. fc. Fleming,
M.S. H. Filersou, Jamea H. Thorn a, Alior
ncy, and others, at HherlrT sale, aud sold
to saiil defendants, Jno. A. Orubh aud Al
VM. A. ALEXANUF.lt,
Feb. 28, 1877. KlierifT.
By viitiieofa Fi Fa directed to Uie from
the Honorable Chancery Court of Maury
county, Tennessee, in favor of James Ij. i
1'ho nas, Attorney, vs. John A. Urubbs aud
Alexander McKay, I will sell for cash, tt
the h'gliest and best bidder, at the emit
noose uooi iu the town ot Columbia, on
Saturday, the 31st day of March. 1K77, all the
right, title, claim and Interest that the de
fendants have in aud to the following de
scribed tractor patcel of laud, silu ited in
! he Hlale of TeiMK ssee, Matiry county, 21st
civil district, on the narth side of I'nck Riv
er, o.i the Fiankliu and Columbia turnpike.
ai.i1 on tire waters of Rutherford Creek, and
bouiidul a follows: On the south by the
!.int!s of J. B. Aldersou; west by the lands ol
K. S. l'oi ter, kiio n as the l i son Tucker
n -tcl ol laud; norili by the lands ot Thomas
I . M.ihon and others; east by the lauds of
Thomas t M.ilion aud i others; containing
acr iiu ie r less, and being the same
i net ol land purchased by W. M. !$. Frier
son ami Janus H. Thomas, Attorneys, etc.,
and ot hi rs, at sheriff s sale, and sold to said
defendants, John A.Grubbsand Alexander
..1 c Ka y . W M . A . A LEX AN U Elt .
February 2, 1S77. Shtrifl'.
i v -
By virtue of a Fl Fa directed to me from
the Honorable Chauccry Court of Maury
cjuiity, Tennessee, in favor of I J. B. Cooper,
Clerk and Master, vs. L. H. Brazier, Jas. T.
Moore, F. W. Vaughn and J. A. Nicholson.
I w ill sell for cash, to the highest and b-isl
b.dder, at tiie conrt-houso door, in the town
oi ( oiutuhla, on Saturday, theol-l day of
M.n. li, ls7, all the right, title, claim and
uilercsi lhat tlie defeudants have iu and to
Iho following described tract or parcel of
laud, situated in the State of Tennessee,
Maury county, 24:,h civil district, ou the
north aideol i'uck Klver, and bounded a-
follows: Noith by Fuller anil John Hmith;
ea.st by tiie lauds of W. O. Brazier; west by
Duck ltiver: south by the land of lliifli
Oi .iiiii aud .uek Akin; coutaluiug by esil
nial .on SCO acres, more or less and levied
upon ns the proierty of L. H. "Brazier, to
satisfy this execution.
WW. A. ALEXANDER,
Febi nary "X 177. SlierilT,
By virtue o: an execution to iue directed
from the Honorable Chancery Court at Co
lumbia, Tennessee, in the case of D. B.
Cooper, 1'. & M., vs. P. Lane, et al., 1 will
sell lor cash, to tbe highest and best bidder,
at. I hi : courl-bfuse door in the town of Co
1 1 1 1 1 1 - a . ou Saturday, olst day of March.
177, nil the light, title, c aim and interest
thai i lie defendant, P. Laue, has iu and to
' lie to lowing described tract or puicel o
land, Mtuateu In 'ho State of Tennessee,
Jlain j c niniy, Iblh cis il district, on the
south side of Cut hey 'a Creek, adjoining tlie
binds of Stephen Worley, Thomas Balid.
To iy Lusk and olh r, being the same soM
i.y deerce ui the Chancery Court at Colum
bia, Teuucsfee, III t he case of J. V. tirnues
and I le. i t ii I., s. Audrpw A kin t al.. cou
I tilling ) acres, more or lees, aud levied
upon ar t he pioperly of aid 1. (jane, to
-at Is! v sa'il ex- tul ion. Sa'eiu lawful boms.
VM. A. ALLXAMiEH. Slirrirl.
By D. n. Al.KSAXPEti, IHp't bherill.
Jlaich I, 177.
E' ing l'endlctou Jc Co, vs. Jas T. Kapler,
riiisuaul lo a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court of Maury county, Tenues--t-e,
r udered at its October Term, 1 ;, In
1 ') above stvled cause, I will sell under said
d'lciv.-, fat tea Court House door lu the town
ON THE 2nd DAY OF APRIL, l!7f,
tiie f.llowiug described real estate, isold on
t he 2nd dnv of January, 1877. aud not com
plied with by the purchaser,) consisting of
valuable lots: beginning at a slake lu the
Noi ill margin ot street, il being the
sotiili-t .ist corner of lot No. 7, ot the taclory
Mi'.n; runs thence 'J chains and li links to a
sialic in Holland's lino; tbeuce north otf;-',
. list i; chains and 28 links to a set rock, V.
Holland'-: south-east corner; thence south
', , east 0 chains u.ud Jii lliiiis to a ctalte lo
I he north margin ot said street ififty feel
wide;, thence west ii chains and 31 links to
the beginning, containing 0 acrea more or
less. Saja real estate will be sold ou a cred
it of one aud two years; notes bearing inter
est from dav of sale, with good personal se
c.;:i'y. wid bo required of the purchaser.
Said real eiiaic will be sold free from tbe
right and equity of reiierupuon, blh has
t'-en especially cut oft' by -decree.
March 2, 1677. D. B. C'COPEK, C. fc M.
A. 1'. Alcksxuderet al., vs. H. Foltz aud wife.
Bv virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court of Maury county, Tennes
see, rendered at its October Term, 1876, lu
tiie above siyled cause, 1 will
ON MONDAY, 2udDAY OF APRIL, 1877,
expo..e forsale:tolhe highest and best bidder,
at the Court House door In the towu of Co
lumblH, the following described lot; bound
ed on the south by the lauds of Pr. J. W. S.
1 iiursou, i belter Known as the land of John
L. bmiiii;, on the west by a pnrt of said lot
sold to J. B. Ni; on the north by the .Nash
ville and Decatur II. R.; east by the margin
ot tlie corporation of Columbia, fcaid land
will be sold ou a credit of six and twelve
months, free from the right aud equity of
redemption, which right or equity Is ex
pressly cut off. 1'urcbasera will be required
to execute notes with approved personal se
curity, and a lien relaiued for the payment
of i he pnrooae iioney.
March 2, 1S77- li. B. COOPER, C. & M.
A. Barker vi. H. Johnson, et al.
By vlrluo of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court at Columbia, rendered at
its October Term, 187B, In the above styled
cause, I will ' xpose tor sale to the highest
and best bidder, at the Court House aoor in
the town of Columbia,
ON MONDAY, 2nd DAY" OF APRIL, 1877,
Cue following described tract of land, to-wlt:
Beginning at a set rock with black turn
white oak and cedar po.nter on John Nich
Olson's north boundary line of the Hcolt
tract of land; thence with said Hue south
sh , east 1)13 poles lacking 2 links, to a rock,
Henry Johnson's southwest corner; thence
north V. east bl, poles lacking 4 links, to a
rock: thence west l'J2 poles and 20 links to a
rock with naw-paw pointer: thencesouth 1
west s.. nolcs And H Iiuks to the heginnlne.
containing bv estimation UV, acres aud 14o
poles Said land w ill be sold ou a credit of
one and two years, free from the right and
oulty of redemption, which right aud eqnl.
t v is emreeslv cut off. Notes will be requlr
ed of the purchaser or purchasers, with one
or more good aud approved securities, bear-
iuii interest irom oaie oi saie, uiu a jjen re
tained for the payment ol iue purchase
nionev, the purchaser to havo the privilege
to emV r utKiii t ho laud next fall In time to
sow wheat or other small grain, provided he
does not damage tho standing or growing
crop thereon. l'!'ore the 1st day of Novem
ber, urd alter that date the purchaser will
be permitted to cut r upon said land aud
sow small gralu upou any ground plauled
in corn lor mat year, iue purcoaser io get,
possession the 2oth of llrcciulier, 177.
March 2, iS77. li. R. COoPEK, U. A M.
' J... I .l. e . i , -
. .iiiiuucu, sue muuoi ue nougci. We
i.avc no faith in death-bed repeutance. i
a: a ise noiiow professions ot the Kadi
cals for the South is nothing more. Liveu
if Hayes does all he promises for the
South, lis has been driven to this tardv
iiiul reluctant justice by the I leinocratic
party, and the people id tlie South arc
no iiigratos. ready to desert the Norths
ein lh-uioi rafs, who, when infidelity to
party and doertion from its organisation
Mould hive brought them political viclo
iy, flood linn and lueaited the storm,
u 'uui.?d and went forth to battle with a
i iii knowledge ot inevitable defeat. The
A'iili.inal D.'infcracy hss forced Radical
ism to make coiite"sioin to the South,
su'.i to deceit the .Northern Democrats
id - t ke to oit embrace deceitful
f ieiidj would present the Southern peo
j in the attitude ol lraitora and ingrates.
l ii.-haken and unsediiced, tbe National
1' oiocracy must stand firm, '
A. N. Akin, Olerk Ac, vs. W. II. Kains.
It appearing to mo from affidavit filed iu
this cause, that . H. Rams, is a non
resident of the Slae of Tennessee: it Is there
fore ordered that ho euter his niipcarancc
iicrelii before or wltmu tue tlrsi three days
ol lie next term ot llnj Cjaucery Court, to
be hclil at Columbia, Tennessee, ou the first
Monday tn April. Is77, aud Plead, answer.
or rieniur to coiii)ilaiuaul's bill, or tbe same
will be taken tor con fessed as to him, and
set for hearing exparte: aud that a copy of
misorder be pumisneu lor tour consecutive
weeks in the Herald and Mail.
Feb. 2S. 1877. 1. B. COOPER, C. A M.
EPILEPSY OR FITS.
Bv vl'tuo of a decree of the Chancery
Court nf Columbia, Tennessee, rendered at
October Term, lSVii. iu the case of W. It.
Walker vs. Y . J. t-wlng. Administrator, el
al., I will sell at the court-house door, In
the town ol I olumbta.
ON MONDAY, 2nd DAY OF APRIL, 1S77,
the following described real estate, to-wlt:
beginning al a stake and beech on the
north bank of Bear Creea, being south-west
corner ol said tract; i mining thence south
88 , 4J eutl 24 chains to a rock west of a
small sour oak: t beuce south 2'..J. east 3U
chains, 41 links lo a stake in the lane lead
ing from Bear I reek lo lUe Murlreesboro
road; thence north 8s , 4, west 31 chains;
thencesouth lo the beginning; containing
3 acres, more or less. I w ill sell the re
mainder Interest as bought by Thomas S.
Stratton al the farm sale. 1 lie same will be
sold for cash, Uee from the equity of re
demption. 1). B. COt li'Elt.
March 2, l j. . C lerk and Master.
NOW REOF.TNINU A FINK'
SPLENDID LOT OF
And is selling his Winter Stock tco.-l
to make room. Husou hand a
- ;lotof of the best .
Titcoaib & TonJer,
At the Old Stand, Corner South Main St.
and Jhiblie Square,
WM. J. WILLIAMS,
AMERICAN GOODS! BARBER --SHOP.
Boots, Shoes and Hats,
Of the latest aud best qualify
ways ou baud.
OESTLEMEN'S FL'RNWHINU UOODS.
1 will, as io the past, make up the best of
Goods to order, aod charge the lowest living
price for them. Come and see opposite
Embry A Frlersoii s.
March-21 f- Jol IN T V LER.
Jonathan Cooler vs. C. W. Irviue et al.
It appearing to mi-from ntlidavlt filed iu
thlscausu.tliatW.il. I.orkridge Is a uou
residenl ol tfieStnte of Tennessee, it is there
fore ordered lhat he enter his appenranee
her.i.1 before or within the first three das
of the next term ot the Chancery Court, to
be heJd at Columbia, Tennessee, on the first
Monday in April, 1S77, and plead, answer,
or demur to complainant's bill, or the same
will be taken for confessed as to him. and
set for healing exparte; aud that a copy ol
this order be published for four consecutive
weeks In the Hera'dand Mail.
Feb. 24, 1877. D. B. CouPER, C. A M.
AND DEALERS IN
All Kinds ajad?Evry Style and Siz
of Burial Cases. Caskets Cof
fins and Gloss White Finish.
Altc ils promptly to all calls, In town or
siirioiiiiiiin country. Fine Hearses and
gcnlle leaves, ami all at reduced prices Al
ways rend v. Air Tight and Waterproof Ca
ses and CakPts. Plain Walnut totti'is ten
doliais. win deliver at any depot on the
railroad WM.J. WILLIAMS,
Cor. Main A St. John Sts. febl-77-tim
HS-00 TO THE WHITE MAN'S
TUE lil.!ST AX It CUE A PEW PLACE IX
THE CITY. ALL. WORK FIRST
CLASS. REMEMBER THE
PO ST OFFICE.
Ill WHITS. m'S-BAUER SSO?!
ALL WHITE BARBEUs.
March 2-1 1.
tallbcrf A- Lebuluff.
Nash villa and Cairo
T. Ct. RVMAN, Superinti'Udeiit.
lurl Inrhitlllr, I'.kIiichIi nod 4 Mlru
l b.- uew and el'gant pasaonter steamer
C. IP. AXUERSOZ. will leave Nashville for
i be above poinls ev. iy Monday, at 1 i. m.
The new and elegant steamer VDDY
I J LIE will leave Nashville for the above
points tveiy Friday, at i r. a.
Each boat makes close connection at l'a
ducali with Upper Ohio River boats, and al
Cairo with fl.bt-cluss steamers for New Or
leaus and ai 1 points on the Lower Mississip
pi. Special inducements oflered to i.ml
granta to ail points iu Arkansius aud Texas
aud the .'"orlli western Territories.
W. S. BOWMAN,
(Jen. Agent, No. i Bread tel.
At KOTIt ,
jlous sect lhat be,
. kind dud free,
Stratton & Green,
By virtue ola trust deed, executed to iue
by A. C. and N. A Thompson, partners
in trade and doing business under the firm,
name aud style of A. C. Thompson A Bro.,
I will on SiUurday, the 241 11 day of March,
1877, expose U sa e at public outcry, t the
couit-housedoor, iu the town of Columbia,
tlie following ile-crioed real estate, lo-wit:
Two tracts or parcels of land, situated In
district No. 6, Maury County, Tennessee, on
Fountain Creek, aud tiouudod as fol ow:
One tract beginning at an oak, W O. Flout
ing' corner, riinni'ig tbeueu, south lii', 62
jioles, toasetrouli 011 lind' lineiLhtjUce,"!
east, 7o;- I' .to a set rock, lianiel Ingrauam's
corner; I hence, north Z ', 'j0 le to a hicko
ry; west 10 poles to u tatr wool irv.-, norili
2-, east 3u poles to a set roeli, hickory and
wbiieoak jannierii. al a aud ii iinks; tnenee
1101 111 7s , est oi) 1 oi.. to a sei. rock, wlili
licech poiuter at 2 links; tiienco, Eouth 27-,
went oj poKs to a stake lu Breuch Herulng's
eoi'ner.wiib biickh. rry poiui'rssoulh 2 , west
r2ixles to the b-ginuiug:vjnt:tiu!ug tA acres
and 113 poles, aud ueiug iht same Coiiveyt-1
to tlie said A. V. aud N. A. Thompson b
J. B. Uracey and wife, by regitilered do. d.
See B'Mik Y., Vol. 2, I'afies 81 and ffl, Regis
ter's Office, Maury I'ounty. Ttruue"ee, to
which reference is maie. The oih r tract Is
bounded on the north by the lands of W. U.
Mart 1 u null Roan Brisby; east by the lands
ot John Tomb aud M Icomb McDonald:
south by the lands of William Perry and
Daniel Ingram; went by fie landsofJ.B.
Orucpy; containing alsul 2oU acres, and be
ing the same conveyed lo the said A.C.
aud N, A. Thompson by A.N. Akin, Clerk
of UieCouuty Coljrt ot Maury County, Ten
uessee, having been sold under the urders ol
s-iid court lu the cause ol H. A, Mai tin vs.
T. E. Martin, et al.; and the said deed of the
said Akin, Clerk, appears upon the Regis
ter's Book of Maury Ctiuuly Book Y., Vol.
2, Pages 21ti aud 217, aud lo which rcleieuce
I wid sell at the same time aud place the
following personal property, also, conveyed.
111 said deed ot trus-, lo-wit: One Eclipse
Saw Mill 1 Engine aud boiler and
fixtures aud loojx located at Buford
Station, Tenu., on Nashville and Decatur
Railroad, Oiles County, Tennessee. Jt Is
said to be a superior mill. I'ersnus desiring
such protrty are recoinnipaUed loexamiiic
same before tlaj oT sale. Three log and two
I o-horse wagons: tvo sets four-horse har
ness; one tet, two hor.e harness; three yoke
oxen; two carriages or barouches, with 'har
ness for faiiif one blue mare mule; two
bay mare mules; one black horse mule; one
black horse, one bay horse, three sorrel
horses, two givy marcs, aud oue bay colt.
The said mill and fixtures are located at
Buford Station, Oiles County, Teuuessce,
aud parties dooiriug to purchase, can exam
ine the same at said Elation belcie dav of
sale The repiair.der 01 the personal prop
erly will be exhibited on mid dav of sate.
-OFFER GOODS AT-
for iLE isrii3x:rr
e&" The Oldest Established Jewelry IJouse in tho City !
Geo . R.O ixlli o 11 11 & Co.,
WATCHES, JEWELRY and DIAMONDS,
Sterling at! Plated Silverware, Spjctacles, Gold Fens, Clocks, tit.,
MAXWELL HOUSE, - - NASHVILLE, TErTI!-
lverware Made to Order.
Pows, Buckeye Hep and
CKOSS CUT SAWS,
Bl UUY LINES,
SADDLES Mil S IIU'lllllJI.
East Side Public Square,
J. P. STREET & CO.
BOOKS, STATIONARY, WALL PAPER, SHADES,
n?ictuie Framed, otc.
I have moVf d iny suok of BiKiHi, Pictures, ami 1,1 ;.. (. , v, ry'l lnc
or 10 1 Ins Post, ijtu-.t-, oip-
i lo found In
.N '!. ei Houso.
ICOME OKE ! COME ALL,!'
I To Ibe; l'wo-iic'd ).l.u,r low jii ko J5a,k Hturc.
TEltMSi -Cash, Bsiwr trust 1
Jau, 'Ul 1::. W. V, iiiUJ-tA
A. d Dialers lu-
MdX Aiil i uUdlng, 11 Cherry St.,
NABUYILI.E, - - TENNESSEE.
We are now i t.eivlug and opeuiug a well
selected and Ural-class hue ot
And all kinds of goods kept lu a first-class
establishment ot tbe kind. In connection
with our Merchant Tailoring Department
we have added a splendid line of
Muklug a complete stock of Itself.
IN OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT w
c airn to be at the head; laboring under no
disadvantages, aa we Mauu'aclure all our
goods to order, aud guarnutee satisfaction lo
all. Wo do not waul, and do not intend
that any of our friends or customers shall
leave our house without being entirely sat
isfled that we will give satisfaction to nil in
this Hue. Respectfully,
Fib. 2o-lm, SIR ATTON & GREEN
HEAL ESTATE !
ALL KINDS OF
Office No. l. South Main St. Residence,
No. OL', corner of South Maiu and Tenth SI.
Having this day suggested the Insolvency
of Win. Nealon, deceased, to the clerk of
the Couuty Coui t of Maury County. Tennes
see, notice is hereby given to all persons
hll'llini.luini. a..oin.l cul.l ll.ta I.-. tl 1 a
them duly authenticated with said clerk.
ou or before the 2nd day of June, 1S77, for
prorata distribution, or the sxme will be
forever haired. N. A. DENHAM,
Feb. 2ud-li.7. Administrator.
H. T. Ooruon, Administrator, vs. William
In this cause it appearing lo me from
complainant's bill, which is sworn to, that
I. eola Fitzpatrick, xienjaiiiiu Fit7patrick,
Sarah Filzpatrick, f,snra Fitzjiat rick, Ellen
Fitzpatrick, Mary Fltypafrick and Jcttersou
Fltpatiick, are noii-rcsi(leiits of the mate
of Tennossee, so that the ordlnaiy preaiess
of law cannot be served upon them, il Is
therefore ordered by me, lhat publication
be made in tlie Herald and Mai', a news
paper published in the town of Columoia,
Maury Couuty, Tennessee, for four consecu
tive weeks, requiring said non-residents 10
appear before rule day lu April next, 1H77,
of the Chancery Court, lnllietov. u of Co
lumula, Maury County, TenneKsee, and
plead, aus.-.er Or demur to complainant's
bill, or tbe same will be taken for cun'essed
as to tlieiu, aud set for hearing exparte.
Feb. 23 1877. D. B. COOPER, C. k M.
W. T. Pcay vs. Nathauiel Powell, jl al.
In this cause it appearing to me lrom com
plainant's bill, which is sworn lo, that Na
thaniel Powell, S. J. Wiles and wife, Rebec
c i E. Wiles, are non-residents of tbe Stateof
Tennessee, so that Hie ordinary process of
law cannot 0" served upon tliemi it la therer
fore ordered by nie that publication "be
made in the Herald and Mail, a newspaper
published lu ti e town of Columbia, Maury
couniy, Tennessee, for four consecutive
weeks, requiring I lie said non-residents tp
appear before tlie next sitlliip of the I hari-ct-ry
Court, in t olumti-., J efinesst e, iu pr
Ijefo-e the jst M'U''Hy ib April, 1S77,' and
plead, answer or demur to coiiiplainah't's
bill, or the same W'h I Lakeu for wnfessed
BS to lliein, and set 1- T fiear nil e t.ai e.
Feb. il, 1S77- 1 1, B.t ' .MlPF.K, - M.
CALL AUD BE CONVINCED !
LOOK FOR SIGN OF
QUA HOUSE !
Clias. ISIumcntiial Bro
LANDRETH'S AND BUIST'S
Fresh and Genuine Garden Seed.
PEAS AND BEANS IN BULK!
FOR SALE BY
TITCOIHB S TOWLER,
SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SO.UAKE,
?'n. COLUMBIA, TENNEhSEE.
Feb. y, 1877.
John C. Dodson, Ailininisttfor, vs. Joij(b
T. Y.oung..r, t ai.
Iu this cause it appearing tome fiom c.ins
plaiuaut s bill, which Is swum lo, that B. A
Dodson is' a umi resident of t estate of Ten
nessee, so that the ordiriiy process of law
cnuuot beservc-d upon hiiu: It is tloTofoie
ordered by me tbot puoiicatiou Le niade in
the Herald and Mali, a t.ev,so ,ner l.lib.lso-
ed in the town ot Columbia, 5laury r-nunty,
Tennessee, tor four cotis-cu ive weeks, re
quiring said non -resident io appear t the
next sitting oi toe .uaneery uiun, in liie
town of Columbia, Tennessee, on or before
the 1st Monday In April, 1877, aud plead.
answer or demur to complainant's bill, or
the same will takeu for confessed as lo him,
him, and set for hearing cxrmrte.
Feb. 2J, 1677. li. U. COOLER, C. if. hi.
J AS. T. AKIN. W. T. CUES WELU W. H. KARRIS.
JAS. T. AKIN & CO.,
Nil. 1 1 lirou n '& Ptl'J-k,
And Dealers In
FURNITURE ! 1
W. R. Fiierson vs. George W. Watklns
Mumford Smith, Garnishee, Ac.
Will k-jcp on haud a full assortment
of Wood and Metalii! ' 'ases and Caskets.
Wi liave purahjscJ the right to Sfinson's
lYitcnt (.;a.HS Monument, and are now otter
ing f i.e:o in low prlpes. tebid am
M. E. Tnompon by next friend, vs. A, C,
and N . A. I uompsou.
In this cause It appearing to me from
complainant's bxll, which iaaworu to, that
R. Ramsey, Owen, Lane. Dyer dt Co., Mor-
nan Fitzpatrick, are non-resideuts of the
State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary
process or law cannot ueserveu UKu inem,
It Is therefore ordered by me. that publicas
lion be made in the Herald and Mail, a
newspaper published in the town of Colum
bia. Ataurv County. Tenuesseee, for four
consecutive weeks, requiring said uou-resi-deuU
lo appear before rule day iu April
next, 1.S77, of the Chancery Court, In the
town of Columbia, Maury County, Tennes
see, and plead, answer or uen ur io com
plainants bill, or the same will bo taken lor
e-onfessed as to them, and set for hcaringex-
parte. D. B. COOPER, C & M
l el. .-J-1S77.
Thoi Capertou, ct al., vs. J
J. Chandler et
appearing lo me from
Samakitink N Kit vim;, tlie great Nerve
l oiiqucror. cures l:.ili l'tlc Fits. Couviil-
lons, isiHtsms. ki. V itus fiHiiee. and nil ner.
vonsdiseas.-., the ouly know II Msitive and
sure cure for I pilepsy. It has been lesle.1
t'.v IhoiiKamis and has never known to fall
In n singh- ens-. 1 nclosc sUunp for circular,
piiiu'' evi.ience oi cures. Trial package
tree. Please give name of express olllce
when onlei ing medicines; also, s-nd names
Slid address of all persons sulijecl to Kpilep
ticl'ils. Aiidress Dr. s. A. Rii iimono, )lox
7!l, St. Joseph, Mo. Jam. 12th-77-ly.
Hoi.i.owa ' Pn.i.s.wii Oi ni in nt. Scur
vy U lid diseases of t he skill, restless sleep
foul stomach, tainted brealh, languor, de
pression oleums, always attendant iu :be
worst cases of cutaneous rriipllous, are
speedily anil radically removed by these
medicine the ointment cleanses the skin,
and the Pills purify the blood, stimulate
tneliver, and promote diircstion. Scents
per box or pot.
Steele aud w ife, et al., vs. C. W. Kent and
wile, et al.
P.v virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court at Columbia, Tenn ess. ,
icliilei. cl at lis MivciniMT siii-clal term. lS7ii.
in t he a Isive sty led cause, i will ex'totte for
ale to t he highest and la-si bidder, al the
Com I House door iu liie town of Columbia,
ON Mi IN DAY, 2nd DAY OF APRIL 1S77,
the following described lot or parcel of land,
to-wit: Resinning at the south corner of H.
V . su-clc s loi, tin me noi l n siue or College
Strei l. and running with saiU street st'veu-
l live feet lo a siiikc in jMrs. t liarlolle
Steele's line: thence with said line north to
a slake ill lutes' south ltfundary 2.i fit
more or less; t hence west Willi said line To
i. -t to S. W. Steele's north-west corner In
t he boundary line: thence south with mid
line to Hie btninuing, ontaiiiing of au
acre, more or :ss. ,-saiu mi wm oe soio on
a credit "I six, twelveand eighteen montlis.
Nott with gisid stK-urity, bearing interest
from day of sale, will lie required of the pur
chaser or purchasers.
Mareli., is,,. ii. i:. 1 1 m ipi- i; c. v M.
Having this day suggested the insolveuev
of James II. 1 nomas, dee'd, to the Clerk of
IheCtaiuly t ourtot Maury iiiuiily, TeiiuttK
set, nolioe Is hereby giveu lo all js rsons
Having Claim ligainsi saiil esiale lo nie
them duly authenticated Willi said Clerk ou
or before the lblh of August, 177, for prorata
distribution, or the same will be forever
barred. R. D. SMITH,
Feb. 1H, 177. Administrator.
Having this day suggested the insolvency
of John II. Joyce, dev'd, to the Clel k of the
County Court of Maury county, Tennessee,
nolie.i.i hereby given lo all persons having
claims agatiiMt. said estate to nie liieiu duly
authenticated with said clerk on or before
the 22d of August, 1S77, lor prorata distribu
tion, or Ihe same will be forever barred.
If on-Resident Notice.
W. II. Kuiinon, Executor, W. J. Ilarris,
In Ibis cause il apiwaring to me from
coniplHiuaut's bill, which Is sworn to, that
W. j. Harris is a non-resident, of the Slate
of Tennessee, so that tlie ordinary process
of law cannot lie Sf-rve-l upon bun. II Is
therefore ordered bv me, lhat publication
be luade lu the Herald and Mm1, a newss
paper published iu tho town ofi olumbla,
Maury County, Tennessee, lor tour consecu
tive weeks, requiring said non-resl-dcut
to apjear before rule day iu Aptil
uext, 1S77, of the Chancery Court, iu the
tow n ol Columbia, Maury lXruty, Te)iui-
see. ana PleHit, answer or Ueinur to com
plainants bill, or tbe same will be taken for
confessed as to him, aud set for hearing ex
parte. D. B COOPER, C. C M.
In 1 his cause it
complainant's hill, which Is swoin to, that
T. H. smith and T. H. Smith, administrators
nfu. W. Smith, deceased, are
oftbe btate of Tennessee, so that the ordi
nary iirocess of law' cannot he served upon
them, It is therefore ordered by me, lhat
pubiiCBtion be made iu the Herald and
Mail, a newspaper published in the town of
Columbia, MaurJ County, Tennessee, fur
four consecutive weeks, requiring: said non
residents to sp pear before rule day in April
next, of the Chancery Court, in tbe town of
Columbin, Maury couniy, lennessee. io.
an, I iileml. Answer or demur to complai
ant's bill, or the same will be taken for con
tensed as lo them, and set lor hearing ex
parte- D. B. COOPER, C fc M
Tlie Pliilutlff Frlerson. slate on affidavit
that the D-fendant Watklns Is ind-btud to
him by note, and is a non-res'deiit of the
istatpof Tennessee, having obtained from
( me. H. T. Gor Ion. a Justice of the Peace, an
..iiuiiiai m oicii mem, iu;wiiisr. tne p&mtp or
the DefeDdiHit W atklns, retnrniiblo before
mc for the ll'ih day of 1 ebruary, l-i77, and
rhsanie having b.-eu l' ie?l upon, bv Oar-nl-heeiUK
Mumford Smitli, who is ii'iu.lo a
co d--tendcnt. and ho in ob ! nc tot.i.)
garnishiiient, answered on Ibis day. that
he i-Indcbb-d u the Defendent Watklns,
It Is therefoiro ordered by me that the Ikj
fendenl U. W. Wat Kins appear before me
on tho Mil dav of March, lt;7, at my oitlce
'n the town of Co'uiul.lit, to defend -aid at-
Chmerjt snit, or it will bo pr.C' edol with
trrt-artc. It is furtln r ord.-red U at th 8 nlo
tlce be published in tho Iter. 1,1 mi,i t ..i
for four consecutive weeks forn tl'ls d He.
Feb. 21-1S77. H. T. GORDON. J. p.
Over my Saloon, next to Tyler A Williams, where Ihe public can find at all hours,
F2TG&13. Oysters nud JTVLslla,
And in fact, everything tlie Nashville and Ibis market ailoids. I hac a gisnl
Cook, aud everything will be well prepared. My sloi k of
WHISKIES, WINES.CIGARS, &C,
Cannot be surpasseil. Come and tec for yourscK .
To the Ladies of Columbia
AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY!
1877. NEW GOODS! 1877.
Millinery and Fancy Goods at the
TlFTTinTI TIT'S ATI Tl A fllTI
m I it 1 Bar! I r III S2f3 lib Km
uirii uxuum ui
fi r.i B (v. i
MRS. M. J. BRYAjNT, Agent.
Having recently rented the shiiip store ionin i i
tend oir. rillg great Induceinents ii we liny ami i
lo receive daily by express all the nove I soiiii-s.i-Eastern
Market. Weuollcll a renewal oi tue patron ig
one aud all to glTe us a call.
. en,,!, ,j i,v Mr. (;. c. Miliier
I c 1 1 1 -i v , v for ens h . Will i'
i -i v are iiitroiiuceil
o-ii oi l eusitHiieii., and
Ml.- I. J. UHYA NT, Ag'
llllitilie ill III"
NEXT DOOR TO THE FAMOUS CHINA IK USE.
THE HEW YORK ST
Is now prepared, lu their new House, to soil goods cheaper than un'i, having
three car loads on the way from Bankrupt and Sherlfl Sules. We
will sell our present f lock
AT PRICES THAT DEFY COjIPnTIIM !
I offer tnis spring a lot of superior home.
non-rcsldeuts j grown A,pple treeii, al ien cents each. Best
vaiioMt mi biii.iiKHiiq, aiwi cear 4 rees.
Grape Vines, Strawberry and Raspberry
Plants, Asparagus Roots, Etc, Term cash
ur uoie secitreo,
Feb, U, lH77-t, HORACE KA INKY
It will be to your intere-l to mil nixl tin-
M AM MOTH STOCK!
lly v irtue of a Trust deed executed on the
5li lav nf May, ls"l, by Charley M. W il
llams lo James 11. Tbonias, to neou e Ihe
payment ol certain indebtedness from said
Williams to H. A. Krown, which deed is
regislereu in the R -gister's office of Maury
Couutv, Tenuess.: , in Hook X, Volume 2,
page 28, aud bv vii lue of the iippointmeut
by the County Court, of Maury County, of
me as Trustee under sa'd deed ins.ead of
said Thomas; I will on the,)th day of March
177, at tbe Court House iu Columbia. Ten
nessee, sell to the highest bidder for cash,,
free from the equity qf redemption, the un
divided interest" of said Williams in a tract
ol land situated iu Matiry C mtiiv, leuues
see being one-sixth th-reof:ouudcd ou
I he nor! h bv the lands of A. H.Houser;ou
the east by the land of F. B. Cralge aud
Mrs. Susan Al Jerson: ou thesouin by nucK
Kivert aud on the west by the lands of M
M. Harris; containing about U-'j acres. Sale
withiu legtl hours.
Feb. 2, 1877. Trustee.
n-I Having this day suggested the Insolvency
u-1 oi i. rj. mzpalilek.dec d , to the Clerk of
ex i me uiuuiy i ourtot Maury county. Tennes.
see, notice is hereby given to all persons
.oivoi eiuiiiis agaiusi said en tale lo (lie
inem uiuy aumentiu iieu Willi said clerk, on
or before the Jt of June. 1S77, for prorata
uisiriiiuiion, or the same will he forever
narreu. li. t. (JOKDON,
Feb.il, 1877. Adiuiuistralor.
A. G. RQULSTQNE,
W. CJ. lsidsou vs. John C. Dodson, Admiur
isti a tor, et al.
in this cause it appearing to me from coir
plainaiit's bill, which i sworn to, that T.J.
Blankeuship and W. T. Blankensbin, are
non-resident of the State of Tennessee, so
the ordinary process of law can uot le serv.
ed upon them: it is therefore ordered by me
that pnoncaiion oe inane in ine rteraia ami
Mail, a news paper published in the town of
Columbia, Maury couniy, Tennessee, retiiir-
Ing ine saio non-resnienus io appear before
the next sitting of tne Chancery Court, In
I he town of Columbia. Tennessee, on or be
fore the 1st Monday In April, 1877,and plead.
answer or demur t- complainant's bill, or
the same will be taken lor eon tested as to
them, and set for hearing exparte.
Feb. 2:;, 1S77. D. B. COOPEK, C A M.
STIX, KROUSE & CO.,
North West Corner of Third
INe w York OlUce 1 'A Church HU mch2-am
State of Tennessee vs. S. E. Sarven, el al
In this cause it appearing to iue from
complainant s lull, whlcli Is sworn to, that
iue un Known neirsoi v . K. Kent, UtH'eavd
and Mis K iza Kent, etc, are ih.ii resnlenls
oi tue siHteot ieuueskcu, so the ordinary
process Qi law uanuoi he serveo upon I hem,
ft Is therefore ordered by me thai publica
tion oe mniiu in lite neraiu anu Ala) ,a news
paper published iu tbe town of Columbia.
Maury tjouniy, lennessee, for four con sec u
nve weeks, requiring said non-residents to
apjiear before rule day In A iril next, of the
tjnaiicery court, in tne town of Columbia
aiaury couniy, lennessee, 1S77, aud plead
answer or ueniur io complainant's bill, or
Ihe same will be taken for confessed aa to
inem, anu set ior Hearing extntrte,
Jan. lUlh-1877. D. B. COOPER, C. 4 M.
THREE FINE JACKS,
LAUGE AND WELL; BRED.
F'eh. 0, 1877.-6t Near Spring Hill.
Attcrsej it Lu ui Solicitor h Chancery,
( fflce On the South side of the Square.
with Wilkes A Bullock.
F. D. HEMPHILL,
ATTORNEY- AT - LAW,
Ort'ifK: In the Herald and Mail olllce.
All heavy Fall CJuoil we will sell for less than
New York Cost !
ST Don't forget tlio plan-, NEW YORK STORE, li-twoen l 15
Rains' Prtlg Storo and the Fainoui China Ilotise.
Fell, 9, 1877. L. iMAUKS, I'koprii.tmi:.
FRESH GARDEH SEED.
Landreth s, Briggs & Bro.s and Ferry's
Garden Seed just Received, and for Sale by
INSURE YOUR LIFE IN THE LEADING LIFE COMPA
NY OP THE WORLD,
OF" NEW YOIiK.
6,ouu,u 1 1:
Illustration ol tTMtls Hv Irate Fosa Psllty by which you can double your money
in twenty years, anu uave jour jiie lusureu mean wniie:
Amnnnt nt 1v.llev navable at death, 10. xa t.M
Coaling Annually (persons aged ai years.) io.sii
Total cost in twenty years . 5,27'i no
Estimated amount oi ixuicy wnu rmuia, payaoie in casn, ai liie euu oi a years,... in, ffli.w
Vr,r moihnil of making estimates, examples ot policies
this most desirable loriu of policy, aeo Agents aud
paid, and other particulars of
DALE, 4 HONS, AOENTH,
IMiblicnl Ions of the Society.
POLLOCK & CRAWFORD, Okn'l Aoknts,