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HERALD AND MAIL
r rulny HoruiuK, March 23rd, ls;7.
Lebanon has Lni an expensive fire,
bitd Murfret-Eboro oiie that coat $25,000.
No fire rigices iu. Tv.fT-e to-r-3 in put
down fcj .!:; priait chu" VI wi J th
people ot fi -u: ' A n ; i. Pulaski
Lebacon, and" i nr!rees!ro j.ers st i
doinj wiiLo.t e-risir.er? V'e re n):t ihe
Lfcbanou Una!. .JHomsc. j.cJ ilie 11 ii.cs
it ca:i:c near bi injr "iicu.
lirtta'e t.iiiiuct l.ave Uttlded Oti Lai.s
veiling C mtrress ci tne lira! Monday in
Juch; and" o'l a coiuirssiori of live lo to
to LoU'sidu. to -ae !.s fraudulent ad".
iuiriidtr.it:tn fro v. a Ji'eiDai, either horn
of which wH des'.rcy it. Gov. JoLii C.
Brown is CLe of 'lit five, and Senulor
Dvid Davis another. We sincerely Lope
Gov. Brown will not accept. Hayes is
afraid to do right, ahd wants to throw
the responsibility. Democrats are foo's
if ibey trust to those wlio orily make con
tracts to break thea. No more conipro
Diibts with thce Louisiana rogues.
The arbiters to wLom the question .l
aujuhtin tbe fc:ate debt was left, recom
mend luudiug the whole deb', principal
aud interest, up to the first of July, 1877,
iu new boedd at tbe rate of 00 cents in
tie dollar, which boudi are to bear six
percent interest, and tobe available for all
taxes or debts die .o !he State. Tin
Ljuds are to have M years to run. I ois
v.ntild icduce ins debt of Tennessee to 'J
mil't'Oii oi dollar', "hiid would place it in
n,H'nr ol ihe btatc easi'y to meet nrr
ubliiMtfoc. This is as good a prop-.
t:,m a iLa f-state ouebt to ask for, and
the Legislature ought to accept it. Ano
ther proposition has been made by lead-
buudholders, which is to iuud lh
whole, dtot iu new h
juds, Laving fi(i
p:rs to run, bearing
per cent, for tin
lnt live jear.u, four p;r ceut. for tin
iift fiviJ Vt3rs. jiud six per cent, there
after. It strikes us that the proposition
TPf'.mn.pucled bv the arbiters is the bet
ter of the two, and is as good and lavcra
a orouoE'tiou as the fckute cau or wil
Strayed or Stolon.
Viiii Baxter's firm, lti miles south-west
.....i..Mhi. and Maw the mouth of Cam
..., cn. it. mi last -ti-olay lilubt, vl-rch 1H
L v T r h v Ai-n:r). 1 tW. hand
vVi.'h white star in 'Oreiica.l, ami wl.fte over
,5 Jv.. ai:v i -.sou giving information a
iJ V. .. !.-rb.ti will be UNfrH ly re
Jhs Imported ?erebetJ? StsCIoc,
.-ar t.fln? H"'l. Maiiry County, ai 113 i,
Mro, liie mou-'y m ev.-fy caan lo paid
liivriaOJe la advauc-e.
DI3 MAJESTY, 7 yeas oil, 1 hanJi
bU'i, welKhs X,9l-6 b-.. m h brauuiul ilai k
duppl t urm , wUi lmtuuuBc Uus, power
Tha rt-rrhoron' a-ia cro-a-- are now geu
"ally 1-itr. kIii cert troupt.out the West Hi.d
Vort lives', where tlny have bneu rapidl
Krowlnt; iu lavor for suveral y ars, and are
junil liiiiiab-y HrtapleJ to the uben of the
general liirmer. inu f irming couimuuity
1 rospeetfiillv invited to cull and examine
this lioi-se. I will pay for well kept colts by
ibis UoiKe out ol uood btious iuares, SOO each
at tlv- uiontha old.
Alarch 23-tf. CAMPBELL CROWN.
Hats and Bonnets,
Ia geueral, scUcted by
Mrs. M. RUTTLE,
I'roiu tbe Eastern Markets tsorue
tbiug entirely new.
Co Euro to call and tee tuufce
In great AbuuUauce,aud new Uesiicus
all offered at tbe ve'rj' lowest
t.V-511 1'ItICEH. Cauuot be
beat In style, quality and
price:; over-thluu dur
L. j dies "Wear !
I-. -11 beforo purchaslug elsewhere,
. naku It lo your advantage.
:'iful for pavMcd liberal
; ;.trouae, aud hope to
i.i-.MOIEEIl THE TLACE,
. & w. o. urimiHS,
ll tail Dealers in-
MEN'S AND BOY'S
At rrlces to atcommcJate every one,
aud !tuiutacturors of
From $30to $65 !
Pants $7 to $16 !
A i ri. t 1- it ;u:i run teed In every instance,
uudijood.-, WitriHiiled as represented.
m: I Eats
S3ISTSJ51I3 GSJS FM2 S3ASCES
Cui I f 'liTtiiinB md r.pairlti" done
Oti -u.iCct ii.jllt:., und atleduccd j.ri.H-s,
a in c One and ill !
Xew S nriii'' Dry Goods!
New Spring Clothing!
New Spring Ladies' Hats!
New .Spring Cieutrf' Hats!
New Spring Boots & Siioe!
Flleached aud Brown Domestics!
Cassimeres, Jeans, Cottonades,
Linens, 10-4 Sheetings, Towel--,
;Tab!e Linens, Tickings, Ktc.
".rked Down at Low
Prices to Sei
Special Bargains !
Corsets 35 cts to SI; worth from t.uc to 1...
Li-'en Towe sat JUudtliU per doz.; v.oitu
SJ.OO and ?2 H) per dozen.
F.xtra(io d L-idies' Hom-JI per di7.; worth
Linen Handkerchiefs at W cts. r'' dozeu;
rniadineat K... cts.. new styles.
Dress lioodo from 10 cts. npwnrrts.
lian.lsomest styles l assimeres for Men sand
liov's wear ever ottered.
Cottonades at 1J;3 cts. pr. yd. aud upwards.
I will not be Undersold in
Handsome Suits for
$$ & $i$
'orth Double the Money!
COJIE LOOK AT ITDEM.
Shirts at $1,$1.25, $1.50
Vorth$1.50, $2 00.
Boots and Shoes.
Good Uoods and 1aw Prices. Neatest Fit-
1'osUivcly the cheapest iu Columbia!
Parasols, Cuffs aud Collars, Ladies'
aud G cuts' Neek-vrcar, Fans
Hoisery, Gloves and a thou
sand of other Nice
I HE CASH WILL BUY THEM
Very Cheap, youkuow, at tho
CORNELL & BUCHNAU.
Wo would resnert fullv innnnnm t tha
citizens oi Columbia and l vicinity, that we
uue opeoeu a
And are prepared to build all kinds of
Carriages, Buggies and Express Wagons,
Aud to those havlns any KeDairlnz to h
done, would invite them to tive ns a cjiII.
We will um; noue but the bet of material,
and K-.iurat.u es iLW .clion in every iutance.
Mr. John Tucker will take chnrge of
he I'ii inline Jjepart uu-uL iuchlti-m
A t'KEE STOCK SHOW !
l li Maury County A. M. H. L. H. Socie
ty w'lll hold h free exhibition of slock on
liieir Grounds, on Satorday, the -Atb day of
the luleitu' ol (lie Block raisers, as well as
those who want to eznmlne and invest, in
Kttch. The exhibition wlJl be under the
rules aud regulations of the Society, but uo
gate or entrance fee will bo charged, nor
will any premium be paid, but it wl I be a
.lee social garnering of the jitople of Maury,
o whi h the adjoining counties are invited
Hoys For the best Boar any age; bent sow
Jar-ks and Janicts For the best Jack any
age: oesi jenuei any axe.
JHuotled L'aUlc For the beat Bull auy age
best cow any age.
,siicri l-or the uert houthdown thick any
aye; beit Southdown tweany age; best Long
"A ool Buck auy agt-; best Lon Wool Ewe
'J'lutrovgh-bred J forte For tbe beet Stallion
tiny aye; in-st iimre Huy age.
H'liOUc movie r or t he boM Htallion any age
.-t Mare any Hfcc; be.t t if id tux uy age.
Harness t'jclct or the best sjtttiliou Biiv
ae; oesi aiave any hrc; nesi ueiuiujj auy age,
Auy stock not enumerated in the above,
or auy article ol Interest lo tbe country
will he received and accorded the same
I'll v ilege as t liuve iu the programme; and
the owuersof such are specially requested
10 onu ; lutu to me crounds on mat day.
w. u. bh Ht,i.u rresiaeni.
J. T. L. COCH KA N, Secretary, mcb'J ti w
N. F. Chci.ii s vs Dock Osborne, col
It appeal-in:' from affidavit fileil
, et ai
cause, Dock Osborne, col., is a nou-reslden
ot t ,e stale ot lenuessee: it is therefore or
dered that he enter his appearance herein
on or before .he 3d Monday in April, next
ihe sitnie oeius a rule day of the next term o
the Chancery Court, to be bfld at Columbia
on the lirst Monday in .pril next, 177, am:
Plead. Miiswer or (lemur to complainant
oiil, i.r the Mime will betaken for confessed
as t. hiin. mid set for hearing ex parte; Mud
llutt a copy ol this order he puolishrd lor
lour consec Hive weeks in Ihe Columbi
lit raid and Mall.
Mim-h l.J, 1S77. D. H. COOl'KK, C. t M.
W. B. Emmisoii et al., vs. Henry Jackton
Jt nj aring from fcfRdavit filed in t'
cau-o, '.hat t.p defendants, the unlrtiow
heirs 01 Nancy Biffle, fonner.y iuuucy Em
misop, citizens oi ine state oi jexas, uii
the uikrrv. n heirs of Sallie Gholson, foi n
erly Sjillie l homax, citizens ef the State ol
Illinois, lire non-residents of the Stale ol
Tennessee: II is therefore ordered that tin
enter their nppf-ainnee herein on or before
I be I bird Monday in April nexUthe.-am
being a rule dny of the nest term of Ihe
Chancery Court, to he held at Columbia o:
the firt Monday In April next, lof77, an
plead, answer or t einnr lo complainant
hill, fir tiiesanie will bo taken for confes-e
its lolh'-m uud set for hearing exparle; an
l hat a copy of Ibis order be published f.
four consecutive weeks in the" Columbi
Herald and Mall.
March 13, lb77. D. B. COuPEtt, C. fc M
to 'e from
liv v ii tut- ol u h la iiirectc
; i,. "u.-worul.i.. I.Miicerv Court o
c -.uulv, rem. es-,e, in favor of Fliersou
Hemi'ui; Attorneys. w.Johu A Grubhsand
.'l.-x:iii.ier .VcKav, I will sell for cash, to
ihe hi'hesl and bet liiiiT, ut, the o.urt-hoti.-v
door In Ihe town of Coiuiiihli, on
ilur.i;iv,oli- of March, 1877 all tbe right,
t ith-, cl.O'ii Rtid interest Ihal Ihe defendant
h. i e in and lo tho lollowlni; descrilicd tract
or p;ir 1 ol li-ud, siluated in tbe Stale ol
Tennessee. Maury cnuuly, 21st civt! district
ami l.oiiii(l,-.l us follows: On thesoulil by the
l.io.h- ol'.l. H. .Mdersoli; west by the InndMOf
1C S. l'orter. known as the Wilson Tucker
tin-, t oi land: north r.v the laudsol Thomas
K. Mal.oi. h i :.l ot hersftast by the lands ol
Thome. E. Mahou aud others; containlne
ni u.-rcn mure or less, and being tha same
1 1 act of In ud purchased l-y W. fe. Flctnluti,
M.S. K. Frlersoc, James II. Thomas, Attor-
i. -tv.n, Hi.d others, al Sheriff's sale, and sold
to -aid defendants, Juo. A. Grubb and Al
WM. A. ALEXANDER,
Fi b. 28, 1877. .Sheriff.
By virtue Zi a VI Fa directed to me from
the Honorable: 4'ba;cery Court of Mauiy
county, Tcuucst, Lt favor of James II.
Tho-uas, Attoruej-, vs. joteaA. Grabt's and
Alexander McKay. I Wiil seii for t-S-sti, to
the highest and best bidder, at the court
house uoor in the town ot Columbia, on
Satuiday, th 31st day of March, 1S77, aii the
rllit, title, claim aud lntereet tbat the de
ieiidants have in and to the tollowluK de
scribed UHCtor parcel of land, situated in
the State of Teonefeoc, Maury county, 21st
civil dlsirht, ou th norUl side of I 'uck Illv
er, on the Fiankllo aud Colutoiiia turnpike,
aud on I he waters of Itutljerford Ct&ef Uju
bounded as follows: Ou the south by thfl
Iand4 of J. B. Alderson; west by the laudsof
It. S. I'ortcr. kuo vu as the Wilson Tucker
tract ofltt'id; uorlU by tbe laudsol Thomas
K. Mahou aud others; east ty tbe lands of
Thomas E. .Mahou and -, others; containing
lit) acres, more or less, and lma the same
tract of land purcli ised by W. M. S. Frier
son and James H. Thomas, Attorneys, etc.,
and others, at. Sheriff's sule, and sold to said
defendants, John A. Grubhsand Alexander
McKay. WM. A. A LEX AN DEIt.
February 2i, l!7 7. ShuilT.
By virtue of a Fi Fa directed to me from
the Honorable Chaucery Court of Maury
county, Tennessee, iu favor ot 1). B. Cooper,
Clerk and Master, vs. L. U. Brazier, Jas. T.
Moore, F. M. Vaushn and J. A. Nicholson.
I will sell forc;-.sli, (o the highest aud best
bidder, at the court-house door, lu the town
ol Columbia, ou Saturday, the olst day ot
March, 1SV7, all the right, title, claim aud
ink-rest that the.c'efeudants hnve lu aud to
tho following described tr,t or parcel of
land, ait.f-ateil in tho State of Tennessee,
Maury couuir, ;'ftb civil district, on tbe
north" side oilmen. HUer, and bounded a
follows: North by Fuller ana i.oip Smith;
east bv tbe lands of W, O. Braaier; eat bv
Duck liiver; south by the land of Hugh
Grillin and Zack Akin; containing by csli
juutlon acres, more or less, and levied
upon tbe property of L. H. Brazier, to
i'V. A. ALEXANDER,
February 2"., J -77. Sheriff.
Ey virtue ol an execution to me dlrecu!
Iroi.i the Honorable. Chancery Court at Co
luinhia, '1'ennessee, In the case of D. B.
Cooper, C. & M., vs. i. Lane, et al., I will
sell lor casii, to the highest aud best bidder,
ni me coun-uuuse uoor in me town OI Co
lumbia, ou Saturday, Ulst day of March,
1S77, all tbe right, title, claim and interest
that the defendant, I'. Laue, haa iu aud to
the following described tract or parcel of
laud, bluiaieu lu the Stale of Tennessee,
Maury county, huh civil district, on the
south side of Cathey's Creek, adjoining the
lands of S'ep'ncu Worley, Thomas Balrd,
I'oily Lusk and olhciv, being the same sold
by decree oi tun Chancery Court
bin.. Tennessee, lu the case ot J. 1'. Grimes
and w lie, ct al., vs. Andrew Akin et al., cou-
lainlug . acres, more or lss, and levied
ur"u iwtlm property of said V. i,ane, to
salls!y sai.l execution. fctale lu lawful hours.
WM. A. AI.EXANDF.lt, Shei In".
!v I. H. Air.AAM.KR, Dep't sherifl.
March 1, Is; 7.
A. F. Al xaudi-i i t ai., vs. JI. Follz and ill'c.
My virtue of a ihcreo of Ihe Honorable
Chanccrj-Couit of Maury county, Tennes
see, rendered a I lis October Term, H16, iu
the above s'. h d cause, I will
ON MONDAY, 2udJDAY OF APmL,l$77,
expose forsale.tothe highest and best bidder.
at the Court House door lu the town of Co
lumbia, the following descrlbtd lot: bound
ed ou Hie south by the lauds of Dr. J. W. 8.
I'rierson, (heller Known us the laud of John
I. NimUi;' on tho wosl by a part of said lot
sold lo J. Ii. Nix; on the uortn by the Nash
ville aud Decatur K.R.; east by" the margin
oi the coi iiornUou of Columbia. Said laud
w ill be sold on a credit of six and twelve
mouths, free from the. right and equity ui
leueniption, w iii-n iit,ni or equity is ex.
prcssly cm off. Purchasers will be required
to execute uoUs with approved personal se
curity, aud a lieu retain,. d lor the payment
of the purcliitse luoney.
March 2, 1877- D. B. COOPEIt, C. &
Bv- vi'tue tit ii dncree of the Ch.nicerv-
Cotirt al olu.i.1. ii, Tennessee, rcudcreil at
tVlobi rTerni, ls;ii, in tho case of W. D.
Walker vs. l.J. Ewiug, Administrator, et
al., I w ill sell at tbe court-house door, in
the town oi Columbia,
ON MONDAY, 2nd DAY OF APRIL, 1S77,
the following descrihed real estate, to-wlt:
Beginning at a stake and beech oa the
north bank of Bear Creek, laiug south-west
comer ol said tract; ruunlng I hence south
NC 4 ". east I'-l cnaius iu ruin west oi a
small sour oak; thence south ajv', east ;)
.Linus, n links to a stakein the lane lead-
liiali-ofii lu-ar Creek to the Murfree.-lniro
west, m cnaius;
iw.,.....K,ii ii I,, inn in-; nninv; ivnrainitiir
3 acres, more or less, 1 will sell the re-
i.uid.i.-r tiitt'i-esL as rouirni nv -i nomas .
mi no n al t he farm sale. The same w i I Is-
sold for wish, ice irom the eriultr of ie-.
denption. D. H. C K iPF.15.
JUurcU , i , . . v ici k auti Master.
IIFaHNINO a fine and
SFLEND1D LOT OF
Aud isselUng his Winter Stock ato-t
to make room, Ila'on lutii.le
fiotof ol the best
Boots, Shoes and Hats.
Of the latest and best quality al
ways on baud.
GENTLEMEN'S FL'HN ISI11NU GOODS.
I will, as la the past, make up the best oi
Goods to order, and charge the lowest living
price for thern. Come and see opposite
Embry A Frlersou's.
March-2tf- JOHN TVLEK.
Jonathan Cooper vs. C. W. Irviue et al.
It Bi'tiearius: to me from nllidavit filed iu
this cause, lhat W. D. Lockridae Is a uou
resident of the St jte of Tenuessee, it is there
fore ordered lht lie euter his appenrauce
herein bc-fore or wiUilu the fir.-t tliree das
of the next term ol th Chaucery Court, to
le held at Columbia, Tennessee, on tho hist
Monday iu April, is", and plead, answer.
or demur to eomnlaiuaul s hul, or Ihe same
will be taken for confessed as lo him, and
Ret. for l.t-Hi lnir ex narie: aud that a copy of
this order he published for four couseculive
weeks in the Hera daud Mail.
Feb. 21, l-77. D. B. COoPElt, C. & M
Nashville and Cairo
T. G. ItYMAN, Superintendent.
For Clm ksville, I'jdnc tli and ( aim
The new and c-lena.t passenger steamer
C. W. A XJJ.J(iiO, will leave .Nastivitie lo
the above poluis ev- ry Monday, al I i. M.
The new aud eh.r-iut steamer i:iIY
V1J.LJ:' will leave Nashville lor the above
polutaiveiy Friday, at 1 p. M.
Fa. 'ii hol makes close coiine.-Uou al. 1'h
with I'ppcrOliio Hiver boats, and at
Cairo with first-class steameis f..r New r
leaus an-l all poiuts on theLower Misslssip
ni. snecial iiiducemeuw ottered to emi
grants lo f'l points in A rkatihas aud Texi
au-1 the 1". 'hweUJ-u 'Territories.
U 1 1 uo ., w no WM A N,
UvU- AUl. ijO, U Broad Rt.
Stratton & Green,
GOODS ! I
i-.og, i; Ci.-rry St.,
TEK N f-"5SE.
NASH VI I I K
We are now ;
'-, iiig and opening a,
'..! hrsl-class hue of
And all kinds of goods kept in a first-class
establishment ot the kind. In connection
with our Merchant Tailoring, Department
we have added a splendid hue of
Maklug a complete stock of itself.
IN Ol'Il TAILORING KTM EST we
claim to be at the head; laboriDg under no
disadvantages, as we ilanufacturo all our
goods to order, and'yuM-rantee &a,tUfactlou to
all. We do not want, tad dp 'net Jutoud,
that any of our friends or cuslouiera shall
leave our house without being entirely sat
isfied that we will give satislactiou to all in
this line. ltespectlully,
Feb.23-lm. SIKATTON a GREEN.
A. Barker vs.!T. Jt'iuison, el at.
By virtue ol a deciee of tiie Z10"'!
Chancery Couit at Coiumb.a, render,.
its October Term, 1S7U, lu the above slyh-d
cause, 1 will xpose lor sine to nie nifties
and best bidder, al the Court House door i
the town ol Columbia,
ON MONDAY, 2ud DAY OF A PKI L, 1877
the following discrll.cd tract of land, lo-wi
r-.eaiiinina at a sel lui-lt with l.lack viu
white oak and cedar pointer on John N'ich
Olsons north liouudary line ol the Scott
tract of land; thence wlih said lmo south
f-81, east 19H poles lacking i links, to a rock
Henry Johnson s soiitn-wcst corner; th-ue
north 1, east Ul, jioles lacking I link-, to
rock; Ihenco west P2 poles aud 21) links to
rock with paw-paw poiuU-r: tlieucesouth 1
west S-t poles aud 6 links to tho heginning.
containing by estimation ii" acres aud lk
poles Sal a land will be sold ou a credit
one and two ears, tree from the light and
equity oi rcuempuon, wi.h-u rignt, nua eq'.i
tv isf xpressly cut oil. Notes wilt be reuuir.
ea oi tne purcuutserpr purcnascrs, with one
or more goo a ana approved securities, bear
ing Interest from dale of sle, and a lien re
tained lor tne payment ol the put-chare
money, vnc purcuaser io nave mti priv iieg
to enier upon ine .ana next lau in lime to
sow wheat or other small train, provided he
does not damage the standing or growing
crop mereou, oe.tire tne ist, uay oi Novem
ber, and after that dale tiie purchaser will
be permitted to euter upon said laud and
sow siuuil grain upon any giouud plant
in corn lor tuat year, the purciia-er to get
iMissessiou me uiu oi ievernoer, I.
March 2, il77. D. B. COOl'ER, C. 4 M.
Ewing i'cudlelou 4 Co,
vs. Jas T. Itjpier,
I'ursuant to a decree of the. Honorable
Chancery Court of Mnury county, 'i't-uui
sei-. reuuercu ai us t icior-cr Term. is. ti. in
the above styled cause, I will sell under said
ae.-ree, al the court House Uoor in the lowu
ON THE 2ud DAY OF API1I L, 1ST7,
the fallowing described real estate, (sold ou
the 2ud day of January, 1X77, anil not com
piled with by tiie purchaser,) cousistiug of
valuahle lots: beginning al a stake in the
North margin ol street, il being the
south-east corner of lot No. 7, of the Factoiy
Map; mnsthence chains aud li links lo a
stake iu Holland's line; thence north 5tt'. J,
eat chains and 2S links to a set rock, I'.
Holland's south-east corner; thence south
lt ', east 0 chains and 2rJ links to a stake io
Hie north margin ol said street (fifty feet
wide;! thence west 6 dial us and :U lit ks to
the bee 'mi in", conlaiuinz 5 acres viore or
I less. Said real estate will' tie sold o; i '-rHi-
. ui one
od two y -is: noies ra-ai in luter-
"m uay oi si-.
wi n got ti pei -:o r- u I. se
ll or too purchaser.
rvum real estate win oe son :reo i.o)
.r'"i. aim etjuity oi rmempuon, which
oecn espocl a 1 1 v cutotl nv decree.
March 2, 1S77. D. li. CCOPER, C. A M.
Titcomb & Towler,
Al the Old Stand, Com-er South Haiti SL
WM. J. WILLIAMS,
AND DEALERS IX
j AU Kinds andfEVery Style and Six
of Burial Caaem Caafeets Cof
fins and Gloss White Finish-
Alietds promptly to all calls, in town or
suiioundiriB country. Fine Hearses and
icniie nor, uuu ail aireaucea prices Al
ways ready. AlrTia-htand Waterproof Ca
ses and Caskets. Plain Walnut CofflDS ten
doliais. 1 will deliver at any depot on tbe
railroad. WM.J. WILLIAMS,
f ,,lli,Jrn rt
Cor. Main A St. John 818. febl-77-6m
- GO TO TH E W HITE M A N 'S
TUK BLSTASD CUUAPEUT FLACK iy
TUE CITV. ALL WORK FJJifST
CLASS. '.JiEMEMBER THE
tss whits un mm sec?!
ALL WHITE BARBERS.
Ullbert A Lebnloir.
By virtue of a trust deed, executed to lue
by A. C. aud N. A Thompson, partuers
ill trade and doing business under the firm,
name and style of A. C. Thompson A Bro.,
1 wiliou Saturday, the 24th day of March,
lh77, expose to sa:e al public outcry, al the
court-house dour, in the town of Columbia,
the following derilied real estate, to-wlt:
Two tracts or parcels of land, situated in
district No. 6, Maury County, Tennessee, ou
Fountain Creek, and bounded ns .follows:
Oue tract beginning at an oak, W. O. Flem
ing's corner, runutng thence, south hi , 5'2',
(ou-s, to a s t rock ou Bond's liiie;thencc,s
east, 70-' l,to a set rock, Daniel Ingrabam's
corner; thence, north 2-, tt! poles to a hicko
ry ; west 15 poles to a sourwood tree; north
2, east ; poles to a set sock, hickory aud
whlteoak Hinters. al S and 12 links; thence
north 7s . west M poles to a set rock, with
beech pointers at Ti links; thence, south 27",
west 52 poles to a stake iu Branch Fleming's
comer.wiih baekb. rry poini'rHMuih2,west
52 poles lo ihe b--ginning-,contiuninif 'A acres
aud 113 poles, and being the same conveyed
to the said A. C. and N. A. Thompson h
J. B. Graoey and wife, by registered dod.
See Book Y., Vol. 2, Images 81 Bud , II. gis
ter's Office, Maurj- County. Tennessee, to
which refereuoe is mo. The ob. r tract 1m
bounded on the uoitb by tho lands of W. ti.
Martin aun Roan Hnsy; east by thu la:.i
ot .lolui Tomb and M 1-x.iub Mclxn.ald:
south by the lands of Willi-m Ti rry and
Dauiel Ingrain; et by tr.e lands of J. B.
Grace ; containing aboui aeies. and be
ing the same convtyid to th- said A. C.
aud N. A. Ihoinoa -y A.N. Akin. Clerk
of the County Court o! Maury County, Teu-uesn-e,
having been sol-1 unit, r the orders oi
s-.i.l court in lhecau.e of H. A. Martin vs.
T. I'-. Martin, et al.; and the said deed of the
said Akiu, Clerk, appears upon the Regis
ter's Book of Maury County Book Y., Vol.
-', l'agcs 21li and 217, at:.l t; which refeit-nce
1 wi.l sell al. the sumu time aud plaoe the
lollowlug personal propt-rty, also, eoi.veyed
:n said !- d of trus , to-wlt: One Eclips
Saw Mill Eulue and boilor and
fixtures and to. Is located al Bufoid
Stat ion, Tenu., on Na-livilie aud Decalur
Railroad, Gt es County, Tc nnessee. It is
said to be a superior mill. Persons desiring
such propertj are recommeuueu loexamiue
same oefoic day of sale. Three log aud I wo
I o-horse wagons- two sets four-horse har
ness; one set two-hoise harues-; three yoke
oxen; two carriages or baioucnes, with har
ness for am; one blue im.re mule; two
Pay mare mules; oue black horse mu.e; oue
black lior-, oue Lay lior , thiee sorrel
horses, two grey mures nnl one bay coll.
The said mill aud fixtures are located a
Uuford Statioa, Giles County, Tennessee,
ii, d partiesdii'lng lo purchase, can txam
ino the saiue at said Station belore day of
sale. The remainder oi the personal prop
ertv will be exhibited on Slid day of sale.
TERMS:-Cash, as per trust deed.
Jan. hit u b77. W, . INGRAM, Ti ustee.
H. T. Gordon, Adminlstralor, vs. William
Fit-lalrii'k, et al.
Iu thia cause it appearing to me from
complainant's bill, which issworu to, lhat
Ixiia l-'itzpatrick, r'. n.ianiiii i-itr.palrick,
Sarah Fitzpatrick, Laura Kitzpatr-ck, Ellen
Fli.palrlcit, Mary Fit.palrick and Jeflersou
Fitzpalrick, are uon-resiileots of the Slate
of Tennessee, so Hint the or.lmaiy process
of law cannot be served upon them, it is
li'-i-eiore ordered by me, lhat. publication
be made ji GieKcral.l aud Mail, a news
paper puidislieo hi ice low. i ;f Columola,
Maury County, Tennessee, for fjur c-onscru-tive
weeks, requiring said non-rcsideiits to
sppear before rule day in April next, 177,
of the Chancery Court, iu the town of Co
lumbia. Maury County, Tennessee, and
plead, answer or demur to complainant's
kill or il-o --a me will be takeu for cou-essed
as MtHCWicai "Ct,- fiero,.; cxparte...
W, T. IV-ay vs. Nathaniel Towell, et a.
1 n this cause it aj'H;ariug to me Iroui coiu
plaiuaut's bill, which is sworn to, that Na
thaniel Powell, H.J. Wiles aud wife, Rebec
ca E. Wiles, are non-residents ot the ritateof
Tennessee, an that the ordinary process of
law canuot b served upon them: it is there
fore ordered by me that publication be
made In tbe Herald slid Mail, a newspaper
puOllsue;i in the town of Co.umbia, Maury
count v, Tenues.,ue, i-.- lour consecutive
weeks', ruiuii-ing the nui-l non-rwi.Jents to
aj.pear In-fore the nexf sitting of -the Chan
cery Court, in Columbia; Tennessee, on or
before the 1st Monday in April, 177, and
plead, 6jiw.-r or demur to complainants
bill, or the same ,pill bo likeii for confessed
as lo them, and s.-t for 'hoju-ing esjfarto.
Feb. 2 i, i-fii. I). B.Ct;uri R. -'. o, M.
John C. Dodson, Admliiistrtor, vs. Joseph
T. Younger, el al.
j u !hls cause it appearing tome from com-
5taihe.nt's till, vhi-Vii in sworn to, that B. A
odstiu Is a uon' resigenj cl t' estate of Ten
nessee, so that the ordinary irfness of i.w
cauuot. he served upon him; it is therefore
ordered by me tlioi pubilcalioii be Joudo in
the Herald and Mali, a nevsr.per puo.lbh
ed in the town ol Columbia, Maury county,
Tennessee, for four oous. cuive weeks, re
quiring said non-resident to aopcnr at the
next siit-tig of the Cnancery Court, in the
town of Columbia, Teci:eu: .-r', on or before
the 1st Monday in 'April, 17, ul.-J t-k-ud,
answer or demur lo ComDiuiuant's blii, or
lrif, jjiiij will taken for oonies-od as to him,
mm, ana opi"' " .. .? r.t' v;
Feb. 2-j, l-j '.
M. E. Tuompsou by ri-it Irieud, n. A. C.
aud N. A. Thouipsou.
In this cause it appearing to from
complainant's bill, which is woi u lo, that
It. Itainsey, Owen, Lane. J y. r . Co.. Mor
Kau litr.pairick, are iioii-t'osideuts of the
.-iaie ol Jennessee, so that Uj oldinary
I'liKFwin iaw cannot oeservei upou mcin
il ia llivrefore ordered by me. thai pubiicu
tiou be made in the. Herald and Mail, a
newspaper published in the lowu ol luiuin-
ula, Mauiy t.'ouutv. Tennesseee. for four
cousecutive weeks, requiring said ltou-resi-dents
to appear oei'ore rule dy iu April
n,.vt lk?7 ..g ..... . .. . ......... i .t.
iowii ot Columbia, Maury Couuly, Tennes
see, auu plead, answer or den ur to com
plainant's bill, or the same will be taken for
voiiK-s-ed as to thtm, and -et lor h caring ex
pnrle. D. B. COOPEF-, C Ot M.
f eb. 2J-1S77.
W. B. Kaiiuuu, Executor, vs. W. L. Harris,
Iu this cause It aimeariuit to me from
complainant's bill, which is sworn to, that
W. L. Harris is a iiou-r, sldeiit of Ihe slate
of Tenuessee. so that Ihe ordinary i.rocess
oflawcsunol be s, rved upon him. 11 is
therefore ordend h nie. thai publication
be made in the Ik-iald aud Mail, a news
paper published in Ihe town ol 'oluinh a,
Maury I ountv. Tennessee, lor four consecu
tive weeks, liouiring said non-resi-
leiit Jo appear b-fore rule day luApiil
lexi, 1S77, of tl.e Chancery Court, la the
lonuull'iilunili ii. Maurv Coi ulv. Tennes
see, am! ple-.i, snswer or demur to com
plainant s bill, or Ibe same will lie taken ior
coniessed as to him, and set for hearing ex
parle. D. B. OJOPEIt, C. it M.
W. G. Dodson vs. John C. Dodson. Admin
islrutor, et al.
iu this cause itaimeai Inz to me from cotr..
naiiiaiii. s irtii, wnn-ii is swora to, mat i. J
i-.iaiiKensiiip ana vv l. r-ianKensuiji, are
lon-n-sitients of Ihe state or jcuuesaoe, so
heoulinary process of law-cannot lie serv.
ed iipou them: it is therefore ordered By me
thai publication be made in the Herald anil
Mail, a news paper published iu the town nt
ixuumoia, Aiaury county, i ennessee, reouir-
mz t he said non-resideuls to appear liefore
he i.ext sitting of tne Chancery Court, In
ho town of Columbia, Tennessee, on or lie-
ftrre the 1st Monday in April.lS77.and nlead.
answer or demur to complainant's bill, or
the same will he taken lor confessed as to
lliem, and sel for hearing exparte.
Feb. Zi, 1S77. D. B. COOPER, C. i M.
THREE FINE JACKS,
LARGE AND WEI L BRED. .-
Fsb.8, lK77-et Nea. Spring Hill.
LEMUEL PADoETT, . i
it Lit and S:'lat:? ia Chi::j,
Otfio-On tboHoutli side of the So nan
With Wilkes A Bullock. fbl6-77-ly
F. B. HEiVIPHILL,
ATTORNEY- AT- LAW,
COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE-. .
Office: In tbe Herald end 51all Offloe,
t'eb. 2nd-H77. - '
A. 0 0013I.
The liihost nisiket price for Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Bacon, will be jtakl at
Yon can find the best stock of Sugar, Coffee and all kind Family Groceries at
X CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE FARMERS AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY,
that I am now well prepared to buy all tae Corn. Baoon, Etc. I cau net, and will
n,u Uifrhosf. Mfirkct. Price in Cosh. I also
nv store House, and if narties don't wish to
with Sacksand Storage lor il until they see
Bushel forStojage, insurance auu itoor. l win ao vauce muiip.v uu an aiy. Y""w
Produce stored in my possession. Iu connectiou with this, 1 keep a very large stock or
Family Groceries anil PlanUtlon Supplies, consisting in part of Sugar, I otlee, Hour, Ba
con, Lard, Tobacco, Whisky, c. So be sure U. call and see me belore you do your buy
ing or selling. M5 Remember I pay cash for a?l I buy.
No. 4U East Side Public Square,
LANDRETH'S AND BUIST'S
Fresh and Genuine Garden
PEAS AND BEANS IN BULK!
Feb. y, l77.-2n).
To the Ladies of Columbia
AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY!
1877. NEW GOODS
Millinery and Fancy Goods at the
MRS. M. J. BRYANT. Agent.
,,,.. c.-niiv rented the same store formerly occupied by Mr. O. C .Milmr, we in-
t.i.T oflei iiiii areat inHucenients, as we buy and sell exclusively for cash. W UI continue
i.Vt-ecei ve.I -ii'v bv exiiress all theuoveHles of the Season as they are introduced in the
Faster n , Market. " Wc solicit a renewal of the patronage of our old jus -oiiiers .and Invite
oiie aud ail lo give us a call. MRS. M.J. LR ANT. Agent.
- - - I ... . .... I ."!-.' U .1
Non Resident Notice.
A. N. AKiii.i.ictK c, vs. W. II. Rains,
It appearing to me from affidavit filed in
tnis c.uise. ihal W. H. Rains, is a non
resident of I lie sta'eoI'Tennessee: it is there
fore order- d t lint he eno-f l.i i appearance
herein in-foiv or wiihi.i the first tliree days
ot he nexl tei m ofibe C.iancery Court, to
he held alColunibia, 'i'eonessee, on tiie nrst
Mondf.v in April, 1V7, and plead, answer,
.Vr ciem'..r hjLOih'ainiinfs hill, or the same
will be taken lor con iVtsed as to him, anil
sel for hearing exparle: and that a copy r
this order l e published for four consecutive
weeks in Ihe Herald and Mail.
Feb. 2S. 1S77. D. B. COOPER, C A M.
Gov'iiiciil Clitiiii Agency.
Bountv and Arrears, Pension
iwi-. of.fi isr.l ana
and A r-
1, msofall kinds, col-ected with deapatoM
Persons from a tMstauce may cpmmuni. ate
lth il.eundersigneil. All htlsiness aueiiu
ed n promptly. Odice In Herald ana
M-j-. !, ltt-77-ly.
J. L. WILSON.
HOUSE AND LOT!
rlrsnch vs. John V. Wright an.
Ry virtue of a decree of tho Honorable
Chancery Court, at Columbia, Ji iinessee,
and reneriuti,;lb VI. teim. 1S7.., iu ab-.ve
styhd cause, I win esputa sale to the
hignost and l.et bidder, at the Court House
door iu the town of Columbia,
ON MONDAY, 2nd DAY OF APRIL, IS",
tho following described houseand loU sltua
r.l in the lowu of Columbia, Tennessee,
bjinn'Tig at the inUr.n ptlon ol VV - Mark
.i. t.o mivi-tic the measi
ment oommenoes at the .Mrner of iw rce,
and runs north with H.gh siroet
to a rm k at a lerra.je. and whh.n 7 I -
the north louM-iniy of ot No. ij of tee
own vf 'Col-mi.ia; th -nce .-rist to er..
boundary ot pa.ci ni oa the p at of .-al l U.w u
tnouco-s-'uth to West :.irt( htv.-et,
i.f lot N.. fcJ.Uteptv leeion
ffi iioue and lot
mug, o. . -.Mi i eais.
the north boauv. . ail
wlil i-e sold on a ereJit o.
Nots w-11 be required of the puico.- .
. ...lit. ,r.,l n-nl mitirovwl SeCUri-
' it. in." a lleii retained lor the payment of,
tiie purchase money. Said house and lot .
will be sod free from Ihe right and eoullv
... r...i. ....ii.. whi.-li rlulil aim eouny is-
EliJi Denton vs. Thomas Denton.
In this cause it uppeariug to me (r- In
coin plai nam's bi 1, which is : -vorn to. lliai
Thomas Deutou is a uon lesidenl or I lie
State of Tennessee, so thai the ordinary pro
cess of law cannot be served upon him: It is
therefore ordered by me lhat publication lie
made n the Herald aud Mail, a aewspaper
published iu Ihe lowu of Columbia, Maury
county, Tennessee, for four ronecutlve
weeks, reouirmg the nald oon-resldeut lo
appear beioretbe nexl sitting oi tne cnan
cery Court, in the towu ol Columbia, ou or
before the 1st Monday iu April, IS77, and
Plead, answer or demur to complainant
t.iii ..rthosiimu'lll la; taken for coulessed
as to him, and set for hearing expsrle.
.. , .... , . i u 1-1 il iPt. !. i A
rcu, -o. in . " -'- ,
All persons holding bona fide claiinsagalust
the firm of A. C. Thompson Bro., are here-
bv noticed to come forward ami nie me
same with the undersigned at his otlice. In
Columbia; and all persons having lu llielr
isissessiou assets oreflei-ts belonging to said
firm of A.C. Thompson tt Bro., are hereby
not ifiod to come forward Immediately, and
deliver up the jiosscssion of the same to the
undersigned, at his office, in Columbia,
Tenn. K. II. SANSOM, Assignee,
Iu Bankruptcy of
March 9, 1S77. A. C. Thompson & Bro.
Having tliis day suggested the tnKolvencv
of James I. Bradeu, dee'd., to the Clerk of
the County twin ot iaury county, Tennes
see, notice is hereby given lo all persons
having claims against said estate to file
them duly authenticated with said clerk, on
or liefore the 2rd of June, 1S77, for prorata
distribution, or tbe same will be forever
barred. P. P. hKA DEN,
March 23, 1877, Administrator. '
Home Offloe, Kkt asliville, Tenn
Chartered Under the Laws of the Stateof Tennessee.
Preaident. W."A. iJETHCL; VicesPresident, I. MOSES; Rflcrptary snrl iWnursr, A. H. HL'IILKV, 7:5 Uroutl Street.
DIRECTORS W. A. lieihel, S. S. Woolwine, Jos. Richards, I. Moses, J. O. Sawyer, Dr. Jr-.o. B. McConneli. Juo. A. Camp
bell. Dr. N. G.j Tucker, A. II. Hurley, J. B. Komanr. , t marehlC-w
OP CORN WANTED
POUNDS BACON SIDES WANTED AT
have a verv lar.ee Ware Housa onisae oi
sell their corn now, i
eir tJorn now. 1 win lurnisn tueiii
fit to sell, and I will only charge 1 cent per
CKKKWrMj. W. H. FARftlS.
JAS. T. AKIN & CO.,
A'o. 1 i Jlrou u 's lil'jrk.
Aud Dealers in
Ktf Will keep on hand a full assortment
of Wood aud Melallc Cases and Caskets.
We nnve purchased Ihe right lo Stiiison'g
Patent Glass Monument, aud are now offer
ing them at low prices. febUI olil
Thos, Caperton, el al., vs, J.
J, Chandler et
In this cause It appearing lo me from
coniplalnarit'B bill, which Is sworn to, that
T. II. Smith and T. II. Smith, administrators
of G. W. Smith, deceastd, are non-residents
of the Slats of Tennessee, so that the ordi
nary procem of law cannot be servisl main
; them, it is therefore ordered by me, that
' publication lie made in the Herald and
la;!, a i;ewppner published in the town of
I Columbia,' Maury 'Counfy, 'lemiesee, for
' four eohseciMlve wef ks, requiring said non
residents to appear before rule day in April
j next, of the Chancery Court, in tb town of
lOirumbla, Maury County, I ennessce, IS77
; and p)end, answer or demur to complain
ant's hill, of the iuie will be taken for con
I ik!i (fSlo iwehi. aJ
ei lor lieai lug tx
D, B. COllPER, C is M
On Monday, the With day of Aprii, 1x77, I
will sell lor cash, to Ibo highest h dder, al
the court-home door In the uwu of Cnlum
Oia. the farm of Mh.I. Geo. LipMiuunh. Said
farm contains 413 cres. and is Ivounded a
follows: North by ti-c lands of Michu-Ki-iwr
and Ssm J Ktrayh- rn; ebt by tin
Ini.du or Dun's heirs-soui h h- the landn o
!heesui!eot 0. 1: W'eber ind vile; west b
ihe lands of tho esmii of Jus. H t !iu r anil
wife This farm will b so t under n d "d
of i rut limit- t-i id'- i v . i.lpsraittib mi the
Itth of Feb uarj . It'.", and ieortti iu il
Kt-gis.i r's Oi ice, ook Z., Vol. ', PugJ 2t
S::i iu leal ho-jra.
H t. HAHLAV,
March 18, lb"7.-M. fruste".
SIIX, KRQUSE I CO.,
-A N 1
North West Corner of Third
Race Street, v
- CHANCERY SALE
HEAL ESTATE !
Steele and wife, et al., vs. C. W. Kent and
wile, et al.
By virtue of a decree of Ihe Honorable
I haucery court at Columbia, Tennessee,
rendered at its November siay-lal term, lS7ti,
In the above styled cause, i will expose for
sal to the highest and best bidder, at tbe
Court House door in the town of Columbia,
ON MONDAY, 2tid DAY OF APRIL 1877,
the following described lot or parcel of land,
to-wlt: B'-ei nuing al the sou lb corner ,,f h
W. Steele's lot, on the north side of College
Street, and running with said street seven,
ty five feet to a stake in Mrs. Charlotte M
Steele's line: thence with said line north to
a stake in Ksies' south boundary 21o feet
moreor lessj tbence west with i-aid line 75
rpt to H. W. Steele's north-newt. i..
the boundary line; thence south with snid
line to tne oruiuuiug. c-Mitainlng of an
acre, more or less, mala lot wltl be sold on
a credit of bix, twelve and eighteen months
Notes with good security, bearing Interest
from day of sale, will be required of tli nnr.
chaser or pnrchasers.
JAS. T. AKIN. W. T
Slarch2, 18,,. u, u. voorEH, C. x M. '
The Oldest Established
Gr eo . Pl.Oalliori n &: Co.,
WATCHES; JEWELRY and DIAMONDS,
Sterlirj an! Plate! Silrerware, Spectacles, Sold Fens, Clocks, lit.,
MAXWELL HOUSE, ' - - NASHVILLE, TENN.
BOOKS, STATIONARY, WALL PAPER, SHADES,
Picture Frames, etc.
I have moved my stock of Bonus, pictures, and in fact, everything to be found In a
(irst-c.aw Book Store to my Old Hlaud, next door lo the Post OOice, opiiosite Nelson House.
COME ONE !
To the People's populaj-
FRESH GARDEH SEED.
A TITVlfl OF
Landreths, Briggs & Bro.s' and Ferry's
Garden Seed just Received, and for Sale by
INSURE YOUR LIFE IN THE LEADING LIFE COMPA
NY OF THE WORLD,
OF TsTlW YORK.
ill astruU-jn ut a riuln S In km lun.l
In twenty years, an-.i lia -
Imonnt of Policy rahie at fl"ath,..
Costing Arir.UHhy ersinB aged o3 yeors.)
To al coal In twenty years
Estimated amount ot Policy with Profit, paj
lor method of making estimates, eiam pies
this most dnxirahle form of policy, see Age
W. J. DALK
, A SONS, AfJKNTH,
-OFFER GOODS AT-
IOIt THE IV 13 ALT
CALL AND BE
Jewelry House in the City!
lvcrwnre Made to Order.
COME ALL ! !
low init e Hook Store.
.. ,( ii t u
.. 0 J
l".l try l-y wlil.-u on can double v our
ionr llic it-surcd meanwhile:
able iu Cash, at I he end ol 2u y.-ars,
an. I olh.-r put t i.-ulai s of
1USHIKI lltlllllCllIIOIIS l t
indications oi the No.-i.-t v.
PUL LOCK. k C R.V Y 1 K I , i i.s I. A. I N
'1 i-ri n.".M'.
: Mil Vf m e