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HERALD AND MAIL.
Friday Bfornlu, Aprl 6tb, 1877.
Don't endorse a thief because be pro
poses to divide bis spoils with honest
wen. "Wait until be proves to be an
honest tuan by giving up the goods he
has robbed the people of.
Hayes has withdrawn the troops from
the State House in South Carolina. This
was bis sworn constitutional duly, and
Lad he done less he would have been sub
ject to impeachment an altogether feasi
ble project, with the Democrats in power
in the House and almost iu possession of
the Senate. Ilnyes dared not keep the
soldiery in the State Capital ia South
Carolina. His fears, and not his patri
otism, did if, and he deserves no thanks
for it. "
We did not notice that any of the op
position were specially "rebuked" by the
"scar worn faces ot Gen. Polk or Col. D.
F. Wade.'' No one wants to detract
fiotn the halo cf glory which surrounds
them, won by its Ecars thy wear; neither
will any one fesl himself "rebuked" be
cause thy happen to differ with them on
a policy which interests the tmall as well
ta the yrcat. If they ara tie true men we
take theai to be, they scorn any such ar
Ihe Journal thinks the HayesKey
movement is right, because a few x&Ilaut
soldiers like Gen. Polk, Col. Wade, and
Cnpt. Kiuzer, are with it. This is all
buncomb, and but for the high regard we
Lave for cur neighbors we would say it
is toady. There are hundreds just as
brave and true private eoldiers iu the
county as the above named officers and
ve would just as soon co, ia political
matters, with these privates aa with the
Generals, Colonels and Captains. In
time of war, the officers fcbou'.d lead, but
history ehow that sometimes those who
were Lrarest cd grandest in battling for
their country, were uusafe political lead
ers. We might mention Longstreet,
Mosby, and others, whom all uuite in de
nouueing. We know that Gen. Polk,
Col. Wade and Capt. Liuzer are not
traitors, but true men and Democrats,
although mistaken we think in the
Lne of policy they are now pursuing.
BOH. W. C. WHITTE051TS.
Our Bepresentatlva Gives an Account of
We print below the main points of Hon
W. C. Whitthorne's speech on last Mon
day. He comes fresh from tlie scenes
of corruption aud auarchy, aud his words
of warning aud truth will find a lodgment
iu the hearts of Lis Coudtituents who love
to houor him. Geu, Whitthome spoke in
nubstou.ee as follows:
That he repotted that he had not more
time, u which to give iu detail, the
scenes, etc., of the grandest and most
ibrillioc political drama ever plated. A
drama, in which the rights, liberties and
privileges of over forty millions of pso
ple, now, and in the great future, were
.-aud had been involved, but that he came
before thorn without method or prepara
tion, and proposed iu tba chot t time, the
lateness of the Lour, allowed, plainly aud
briefly , to make a statement of the facts
and circumstances attending this drama.
Kapidly he called atteu'ioa of his au
dience lo the onspiracy madj by the
Kadical idadeis, with the rid of the
army, to carry the States of South Caro
Jina, Florida aud Louibiana, their recol
lection to the announced result of the
election immediately after the 7th of No
veiuber, by which the world knew that
Kamuel J. Tilden had received a majori
ty of the votes of the people, a msjorify
ot the State, and a majority of the iIec
toral College, but that immediately there-,
after, cami the note s of discord, aud the
threats of usurpation in the telegrams of
Z, Chandler L Co-, to the Governors of
the States, whcieiu the army was the po
lice of the Ke'.urnicg Boaid. The' claim
ot these conspirators, to 183 electoral
votes.wereto bo u:ade by force and fraud.
Fraud by the satraps m the provinces
and force by tha Central Government.
He aeked their recollection to the con
centration of troops at the Federal Capi
tol, end to remetrtjer, teat Uongress,
when assembling in December, met with
the guns of these conspirators pointed at
But at that time, at least, unawed and
uucorrupted, the ltepreseotstires of the
people went forward in discharge of
their duties, electing H. J. Kandal!
their Speaker, because of his devotion to
the right, of the people, and his annouuc
ed purpose to stand unyieldingly by tbem
Gen. Whitthorno then rapidly called at
tention to the fact of the appointment of
c-omuiittees to investigate the facts con
nected with the election in the three
rxmtnern oiaici!, where votes were ques
tioned; to tee trpOit!txer.t ot cooioiittees
oa tha rights euJ pviultgoi of the House:
and upon tiii nijdc. method, etc., of
couutiug the eltctomi void, this last com
ijiKee to U a Joiut Committee of the
two Houses, lie tolJ of the tormation of
au Advisory Committee upon tne part of
the Democratic caucus. This commit
tee was to tako into cousideraiiou all sags
;ostious ana lutormaiion necessary to
the 69curemeut of the declared will of the
ieopld in the election of Mr. TilJcn
lnese measures having ixc-a takcu,
thesj committees as well as each member
of.the two Houses, were coafrooted with
their duty under the constitution to the
Southern men oad Representatives,
each resolved, that, if out of these coins
plications war should arrive, it should
i) ot acaiu be sectional, but the great
body of thonj were as firmly resolved, that
it the issue should bo presented ns one of
r.opuur riguts allccting all sections alike,
as they believed it did, they would abide
tue consequences lc those eonsc-queuces
what they might. That if the issue was tbat
i.f''tbc people aud cotutilutioual liber
ty,'' i hoy would follow hiin who led farth
est iu so national and great a cause.
Gen. Wbitthoruj then called atteution
to thj Constitution iu its requirements as
to a couut of the elector! votes, remarks
ing. You will seo that uo one could open
the certificate of the votes, save the IVes-i-lent
ci Ihe Senate and that otiicer could
himself legally and cou3titutioually open
tliciu alona iu the pieseuce of tbe two
lioiises. An attempt to do oiherwise
would be revolutionary.
The first rand diliiciilly thej encoun
1: red was to bring the two Houses togus
ther for the couut, and though he (the
;i-iaker) believed the i!2d Joint liule lo
t.e in cxisteuce, and so did a majority of
t!,e House, yet the (Senate did not. How
were tkoy to be brought together? Could
i it'uer House act independently? Out of
this supreme dilhVulty epraug ths J'-lecto-
;il Commission, in the midst of it, the
c nun try stirred to its foundations, the ats
l- r.tion ot your ltoprcdcnlctives was call
ed to the lact, that in but one State
North was there n leiuoerctie Legisla
ture altlu''i',b li-re were Jleiuocrntic
iovfruors iu Connecticut, New York,
li.-liana J'nd etmr S -t, vet bat in New
.K rsey was ihcu' r- Democratic JjegiJas
Hire. "All tL- ii'v;i-aid cj liliaucfcs of
war, in the j.-iJj of the jiwpic, were,
..j'on t-L,r.i?'.J- r.ili'.'i. i.Iutu j be wtak
r,i;d iuctheient. I ; pei.-p!" we:e powei
Jess in Ja-eof iL.r. piv.-iauonsacd menus
in the bauds ot :--Jv.-r-'arits hence
it w:?, as well 5 trwn iLe p.-i-.-it'c eoun
f els tht caiue iVuiu Nt-?.- i uri, unci tbe
1h !:f of n!iuot t-vc-iy uf. n.?t their
fMifO would be he-art!- that the Fieetoral
( 'ommiusiou tll r,:c .ed tiio rccniuien
dation tvery I't-mocraiiu member of
iho.loi'it 'ounuitl' f . eveiy uu-aibcr of
lc Caiu-us Advi:.ory t'oiuuiitee, and
ti e alimu-t tmaiiiinoin .siijijiurt ol y-mr
i,.iiio,-rilic Hepn'M'.nta'ivts, and of the
jutiiy througlioiit the coimtry.
S;ii.l (ion. Wbittlierne: You arc aware
fYamiiic public print and my correspond -.i
i-r that I di-ilru-ted tli wi-Join and
i.t:f y of tins measure, i ui-j not anuut
iw tvn-ufiill,s'ifr .!ut
1 (lul the I ail's
i'.-ncr of P'ri '
p liter of the
i !(. 1 l.ju:-, I r:
eterview he I'--
-a! e ti.-n related au
,1 wiiii jNfr. Ifowitt, of
New York, in which he had sought Mr.
H: as the recognized leader of the party,
to know if some other course was not
possible, to which Mr. H. replied: "No
other,' adding that every interest of the
party and country, now and in the future,
demanded the passage of the bill, and
that from its defeat, he (Mr. ; H.) appre
hended war, and that he would take Mr.
Hayes for four years rather than the haz
ards of war, tha end and consequences
of which no man could foretell I knew
then, said General Whitthome, any oths
er step was hopeless, and so the alterna
tive was presented to me and your oth
er Representatives. I thought then, and
think now, said General Whitthome,
courage and firmness from the start upon
the part oi Mr. Tilden and others, would
have -sftttured his -inauguration without
war. I regret, said Gen. Whitthome,
that firmness and : courage from the
tart was wanting. Understand me, said
he, I do not charge a want of firmness
and courage upon the part of the Norths
ern Democratic masses no, on the con -trary,
they were true, fearless and undis
mayed. The people were- rigVt, and the
great mass ef the Northern people were
more ready and willing than ever you
were to put their lights to the ordeal of
any test. The bill passed, the electoral
commission organized. The first act of
the majority snowed their partisan cha
racterise second showed their treachery;
the third their perjury.
Reviewing in detail the inconsistencies
and falsities of the rulings of the majority
of the commission, Gen. Whitthome gave
his reafons for attempting from first to
last to defeat the commission; having be
come satisfied of the treachery and fraud
tbat marked its proceedings and ruls
ings, he resolved that he would by no act
or vote of his become a partner in the
great crime and fraud which was then be
ing consummated upon the will and rights
of a majority ot the people of the United
Slates. If tbe commission itself had act
ed consistently and in good faith, he
would have 4elt bound, but when they
violated the law of their creatiou, when
they violated their own rulings, when they
broke tbe covenant, and that, too, iu order
to complete and perfect a fraudulaul con
spiracy against tbe ricbts and liberties of
the people, it was no longer a question of
faith, but a question ot duty ana ccturxge
to the people. And, said Gen. Whit
thome, paying a tribute to the manliness,
courage and truth of his constituency, 1
mistake yon it you would nave bad your
Representatives to have become au aider
and abettor in bo great a crime. It was
a mistake to suppose the bill bound us
to register the decision of the commis
sion. On the face ot it, the power ot re
jection was conferred, and the House had
the same right to defeat the report of the
commission as they did to rpject the ac
tion and report of any of their commit
He referred to the agreements" made
with the friends of Mr. Hayes during the
count, and to Hayes' inaugural and his
promises, stating that he had but little
doubt that iu South Carolina and Louisi
ana the troops would be i emoved; but to
w'lom is credit due? Should we sing hal
leluiah and shout praises to Mr, Hayes
Have not the .people paid high enough
for all this tbe Presidency with its hon
ors, powers and patronage the rights ol
over tour mulious ot voters the right
and dignity of thirty-six States? Do yon
forget that he is confronted with a Demo
cratic House, and a most powerful minor
ity (almost a majority) in the Senate, aud
and tbat impeachment may lollow uu
constitutional acts? He is only proinis
ing vet, but suppose he fulfils the promi
ses and the agreements? Is that a reason
we should rejoice in face of the great
wronc done to the constitution and right
of tbe people? No, said Gen. Whitthome
in conclusion, a careful study of the situ
ation as it exists now, will convince you
feliow-citizens, tbat the sattty ot your
government and its laws, tbe preserva
tiou of the constitution and the rights of
the people lies in the maintaiuaucc of the
organization and integrity ot the uemo
cratic party. Vith its maintainance
good may come from Mr. Hayes; and i
so, let us unpurchased by otuce or ot er
consideration, eaya that of the good of
the country, support him therein. With
your organization demoralized and divi
ded, h may, nay it is to be feared, will
become powerful for evil. Then, saiii
the speaker, stand by your faith and your
cuns. remembering that within tne fast ten
years it is the Democratic party tha: has
resisted the force bill: has resisted senti
mental social rights; has lifted the foot of
the oppressors from the States of Virgins
ia, ISorth Carolina, Ueorgia, Mississippi
Tennessee, Alabama and Texas; has
brought economy and integrity back
agaiu into the public service; has within
two years, with a mere vestige ot power
in the national government, reduced the
expenses of the government over sixty
millions of dollars; Las now a majorit y
of the House of Representatives, and al
most a majority of the Senate, aud will
have it in two years; has a majority of tbe
voters of the United States- Stand uni
ted, and you will secure ultimately the
restoration of constitutional liberty
throughout the broad limits ot your
Union. Be you farm and steadlast m
your faith, because yours in the cause of
truth and justice uutainted by fraud, and
the victory of popular right is near to
IWIIIIMA IX (IllMMV
rursuaut to an order made at the present
term ol the court atcoiuiumu, leuu., .ru
ltij. tu the cause or J.. Jiuwcll. Aiinuui
trator; vs. J. L. Balrd, et al., I will receive
bids at my offic, in tbe court-house in Co
lumbia, until 12 o'clock St., Monday, iho
Mil day of April, 1877, upon the two iraets
of land meutioued aud described In the
pleadlncrs in said cause. Haid tracts of land
were sold under a tormer order of said rourt
upon the loth day of January, 1877, and the
bidsouthe same havliiK been advanecd
hence this re-opeulns. 'ihe minimum bid
received upou the J oyce place will S-VHJO.&o.
and upon the llode place S-t,oiO.JO, aud up
on the saine lime and terms as iu original
AprilH, 1877. D. B. COOPKK, O. & M.
rursnaiit to au order mode in the eausoof
11. L. liouulev et al. vs. James 1.. Guest, et
al.. I will reolve bids at my otn.ro, in the
caurt-houe in Columbia, until 12 o'clovk si.,
Mouday, the .jt'lh dHy ol Apiil, 1&77, upou
tuo uoiiEC anu i-)i oia in tuis cause upou
t ho 171 h day of l-'ebruary J:wt. Hie mini
mum bid received will be wituj.eO. The pur-
eliaser will be i-euulreu lo execute uoles nn
of dale of original sale, aud upon lime and
termsnet out iu saiu original sale.
Apsll li, 1&,7. D. U. CUOFfclt, C. A M
rt vi rl ni .1 fio.d of 1,-iikI. fn him pvvn In.?
by McBrlde and White, on tho 1st iixy ot
A'pril. l7ii. which said deed la duly reaister-
ed in tbo Kegistvr's office of Maury couuty.
Ten nessee, i n Book Z, Vol. '2, l'ngo So, 1
Will, 011 Ihe Oth dH.v of May, lt,'7, at the
court-house door. In the town of Columbia.
sell to the highest bidder for ctUib, -the fol
lowing described real ctaJe and personal
llt!ei ty, to-wit: Oue lot of laud iu teaw-
duxl Valley, Including Ihe improvements
aud machinery thereon, together with one
set scales, and ouo hct of J- airbuuk block
Rca! s, two lo-i wagons, one set smith IiKjIs,
and one lour-liorso wagou. Said lot of land
is bounded as follows: Kegiuuing at a slake
In the middle of the Columbia and Wii
llamsport llobd with red oak pointer, L.
Audersou'B south-east corner; thence south
. .1 J 1-),... lyw t.kuklub1ii 11..
of railroad; thence north 27-', east l.i poles to
o utiikc; thencs uortli Wu, west ll'.l poies to
a staae; theuco say wml west 1M yards to
the centre ol the yuck Island road: t hence
say south with said roid M yards to tho cen-
re ol the w iliiamsno-.t aud coiunioia road;
theuce say east witu suld ro'id vl yards lo
L. Anderson's wouth-wot corner to a stake;
Uenoe uortli with said Anderson V
line 70 J ants to sid Aiulorsou's norili.west
orner to a atake; thence say eabl with suld
Anderson's north boundary line thirty-live
yards; thence say south with raid Ander
son's eat U-ii'udsry Hue 7U lo the lcgiuning,
r'lnlHliiiut; about four acres, more or less.
'J'be MHld pi,!iierty will he sold freJ from
the 1 lht uud tuity ol" reileniptien, which
is cjprtsolv cut oH aud waived in th dtod
oftinsi. ,lJll N P. l-'LY,
April li, 1S77. Trustee.
Bidding in Chancery !
I'lirsuact lo nil order made ill I be cause of
J. II. Akin, Adiuluis'jutor, vs. IS. II. lsnn,
et al., al tin- piesviil term of tbe court,
April. IK77, I will receive bids til my oiHcc.
in the t-oiirl-lionsn In Columbia, until 12
oV'ix k, m., Moinlay, tbe ith (lav of Apul,
ls77, upon the tract ol laud mentioned aud
dcM-rthrd III I be picarltiigs lull lila causf, and
sold heretofore, to-wli: ou lite i,Mi day ol
l-'t briiary. I v7. The minimum bid ic
c ivisl wiil l- iV"""
Apul ti, is.7. 1. B. Ctiori.i;. f. A M.
nLCOMMCNDED BY THE FACULTY.
A I.L.I-N's sliKiiglticniii cordisl nuf hvpr
plils. 'i'lu-y have cui taoiisiimlti il li.,p.
bsca.s,; where all other know-u tfii-ili,-..
have l-iiled; I his, too, witiiont any ol the
honors that attend Smi,eiy, or lite heroic
medical trestnietiU They aiu worth n
whole army ol doctor; try Ihem mid be con
vince.!. 1- or sale by ail druaihts.
Kv Virtue of a fl fa direnttri Inniv fmm flm
Honorable Clrcnlt Court ot Maury County.
Tcnuensae, In favor of J. J. and F. M. Walk
er, vs. W. D. Smith, I will soil tor casfc, to
tbe highest and best bidder, at the court-
Douse aoor, in the town of Columbia, on
Monday, the 8oth day ol April, 1S77, all the
right, title, claim and Interest that the de
fendants have In and to the following Mo
Heribed tract or parcel of land, situated In
the Htate of Tennessee, Maury County,
etvil dutrtel, No. 8, ou the waters of Little
Blgby Creek, and bounded as follows, to
wit: north by Mr. Mary Porter and S. P.
Maxwell; east and south by James Davis:
west by 15. T. and Jeff Goodram; containing
about 135 acres, and known as the Vancy
place, tbe same having been willed to de
fendant by the late Mrs. James Kbudod,
and levioii uiion fis I he nmnrtv rtf thAia.
pendant, V. 1). Smith, to satisfy thl fl fa
ana costs. WM. A. ALEXANDER, Sh'ff.
By virtue of a fl fa directed to me from the
Honorable Circuit Court of Maury County,
Tennessee, in favor of J. J. and F. M. Walk
er, vs. W. D. Smith, I will sell for cash, to
tho highest and best bidder, at the court
house door. In the town of Columbia, on
Monday, the 30th day of April, 1877, all the
right, tille, claim and Interest that tbe de
feudaut has in and to the following describ
ed tract or parcel of land, situated In the
State of Tennessee, Maury County, district
Ho. 8, on tbe waters of Little Blgby Creek,
an4 bounded as follows, to-wlt: north by
Mrs. Mary Porter and S.P.Maxwell: east
and south by Jas. Davis; est by B. T. and
JeS Ooourum; containing 135 acres, and
known aa the Yancy place, the same hav
ing been willed to the defendant by the late
Mrs. James Kannon, and levied upon as the
property of the defendant, W. D. Smith to.
satisiy tins n ia and costs.
WM. A. ALEXANDER, Sh'fT.
By virtue of a fl fa dlrecfcnl to me from
the Honorable Circuit Court of Maury
County, in la vor of Lucius Frierson.Cashler,
vs. R. U. Harris, J. C.J.Harris and F. M.
Vanchan, I will sell for cash, to the highest
and best bidder, at the court-house door, in
the town of Columbia, on Monday, the oOth
of April, 1877, all the right, title, claim and
interest that the deleudants have in and to
tbe following described tract or parcel of
laud, situated In the State of Tennessee,
Maury County, civil district No. 5, and
bounded as follows, to-wit: north, south and
east by K. U. Harris; west by F. M. Gallo
way; containing lfvi acres, more or les, and
levied upon as tbe property of the defend
ant, J. C. J. Harris, to satisfy this fl ta Aod
costs. WM. A. ALliXANDKK, tih'n.
By virtue of a n ta directed to mc from tbe
Honorahla Circuit Court of Maury County,
Tnnci-isce, tn favor of Lucius Filerson, vs.
K. ti. Harris, J. C. J. Harris aud F. M.
Vauhau, I will sell for cash, to I he highest
and bea bidder, at the court-house door, in
the town ol Columbia, on Monday, the oUth
.lay of April, 1877, all the right, title, claim
Hud interest that tbe defendants has in
aud lo tho followinc described tract or par
cel of land, situated In the Htate of Tennes
see, Maury County, civil district No. 5, and
bounded as follows, to-wlt: north, south
and east by K. G. Harris; west by F. M.
Galloway; containing 181 acres, more or
less, aud levied upon as the property of the
defendant, J. C. J. Han is to satisfy- this fl fa
and costs. WM. A. ALEXANDER, bb'fl".
By virtue of a 11 la directed to me from the
Honorable circuit court oi lamy county,
Tennessee, In favor of Lipscomb & Kdsall
vs. w. C. Joyce, I will sell for cash, to the
highest and bidder, at the couit-houso door,
in tbe town of Columbia, on Monday, the
oOlh day of April, 1877, all tbe lizht. title.
claim and Interest that the defendant has
in and lo the following described tract or
parcels of land, situated in the Htate of Ten
nessee, Maury County, civil district No. J,
and bounded on tho norlh by A. Baker and
P. It. H. Joyce; west by W. I". Gnntand P. H.
K. Joyce aud Ben Harlan; south by P. R. H.
Joyce aud M. D. Klnu; east by (ieo. Howell
and J. V. Smith; containing 1H3 acres; and
tract No. 2, bounded on the south by P. K.
Mrs. Alice MeClellan and Geo. Howell; east
by Wm.Polk and IK J. Estes; containing
bo acres, more or less; said undivided inter
est levied upou as the property ot defend
ant W. C. Joyce, beiniihis undivided Inter
est in aud to his father's estato, lo-wit, Jno,
ti. Joyce, iieeeasext.
WM. A. ALEXANDER, Sh'ff.
By virtue of a fl fa directed to me from the
Honorable Circuit Court of Maury County,
Tennessee, In favor of David Wells, vs. J. D.
Hickman, N. K, Hickman, J. A. Dugger,
security, li. W. Wells, endorser, li. H. Foster,
siayor tor ail, l win sen lor cash, to tne
highest and best bidder, at the court-house
door, iu the town cf Columbia, on Mondav,
tliewthday of April, all the riant, title.
claim and interest tbit tbe defendants has
in and lo the lollowluc described tract or
parcel ot laud, bituated In the htnle of Ten-
vi'.l-u... Until. I'.kii..t.r .t I . . .inl S: 4!
4.1-..1-TT-, .IH1J 1 I'll U I , V. 1 , II UlMill.1 V.. -I.
on the waters of Jrountaiu Creek, and
bounded as follows: ou the norlh by the
lands of J. II. Bugg; on the south by the
lands ol J. A. Dugger; on the east by R
Foster; ou the west by the lauds of
Hiokmau; couiainlng by estiinattou
acres, and levied Uou as the property of J
l.auu.N.b. HicKinau, to satisfy said n la
and costs, wai. a. ALtAAMiiiit, fch-jr
Ey virtue of a fl fa directed to me from the
Honoranie circuit court ot wanry couuty,
Tennessee, in favor of W. P. Wllkinsou.vs.
A. T. Campbell, H. M. Campbell, W. B. Kau-
u n, W. C. Moore, stay or, I will sell for
cash, to the highest aud best bidder, at the
court-house door, iu the town of Columbia,
right, title, claim and interest that the de
fendants, A. T. Campbell and wife, bag in
I! 1 , 1 . 1 1 . 11 , ( 1 1 1 1 Tl I tl r. li A.-nll V. ... 1 . . . . V. . n H
l.l.M I .J 111- i u i f " 1- -. 1 1 U 1 11 .1 " ' 'L1
eel of land, situated in tho State of 1 ennce
see, Maury County, civil dlslrict No. C, be
ing tne pmce wiie.re rue oeienuanis now re-
siile, and bounded on the north by the
Hushes' troet or land; on tbo cast by A. J.
FitzpHtriek: on tbe west by Mr. itainey: on
thesoulh by Mrs. Wilkes, Fllzpatrlck and
llaluey; cont.ilnlug 121 acres, more or less,
nnd levied upon us the property of said
defendunts, A. T. Campbell end w ife, to sat
isiy i n is excennon.
WM. A. ALEXANDER, Sh'fT.
By v'irtiie of a C fa directed lo me from the
Honorable Circuit Court of Manry County,
Tennessee, in lavor of Mayes, Filerson and
Rains vs. Henry 1 bonipson and Hicks
Ands, I will sell for cash, to the ilzhest end
best bidder, at the court-house door, In the
town of Columbia, on Monday, tbe GOlh day
of April, all the right, title, claim and in
terest tti at tbe defendants have in and to
tbe following described house abd lot or
parcel of land, situated tn tbe .State of Ten-
ue.-,see, Maury County, civil district No. 9,
nui near me tasiei n niariiiu oi Columbia,
ncd bounded s follows: on the east by Joe
ferklDKon tue s;utn oy w. it. Hodge: ou
the wM by A. O. Wood; on the north by H.
E. Williml; containing 3 acres, more or less,
snd If vied upon as the property of Henry
i noiii poou , to sHij&iy bin aeni ana cost.
WM.A. A LEXA NDER , 6h'ff.
Bv virtue of a ti Is directed to me from the
TIonoiHMe Circuit Com t ol Maury county.
Tennessee, iu ivor oi ijinnry s t riesrson,
vs. stutird Ray and W. C'. Joyce,
Miiyor, I v-ni sell lor csJi, to the highest
ftnu r.Tst nionfr, mi ine couri-DOUSe uoor, iu
I he town ol Columbia, on Monday, tbe 3uth
day of April, 1577, ail tho right, title, claim
ami lnlerot that the stayor, W.C.Joyce
basin and tothefollowingdcscrlhedtraclor
parcel of laud, lying on the water of Ureen
lick creea. anu oouuaeo. as loiiows, io-wil:
on the east by Geo. Howell, M. L. Kinzer
and 1. H. Joyce; on the west by Ben Har
lan; on the norlh ty P. R, H. Joyce; on the
south hy Alex Dobbins and Ben Harlan;
containing oy estimation j Aiaoree, more or
lets. Also another iraet ol land bounded on
Ihe east by 1. J. Estes; west by P. U. H.
Joyce; on the north by U. W. Howell's
home t ract; south by said F. It. H. Joyce;
couiainiori ny esiiniMnon c-j acres, more or
less. Tne above described tracts of laud be
lonced t' John H. Joyce, at the time of his
riealb,-ud tbe same being levied upon as
liie properly oi tne siayor, w. c. Joyce, and
lor the sallslacllon ol tins pluricsexecutiou.
WM. A. AM-..AMIlilt, SrU'O.
By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas
to liie ill reeled from the Honorable Circuit
Court of Maury county, at Ihe May term.
lnt, in lavorotA. w. .jsiockch, AUiuinisira
lorol T. A. Thompson, dec 'd. Hsatnst it. 11.
.iHinisu.'. I V'll sell for cash to the Inchest
bidder at the court house door in the town of
Columbia on the oUth day of April, 1197, all
usniiiii to ineciaim anu luicrestinat me
deienclant It. 11. Jamison has in audio the
following described parcel of land or town
lot situate in the .Stale of Tennessee, Maury
county, vlu civil district and town ot Colum
bia, and bounded as follows: On the north
bv IheUcMidcuce of the defendant R. H. Jam-
i-u. casi oy iieim iiraueu, souiu oy uio oi.
Helm place, now owned oy c. Williams.
west bv Hun in Main street, aud beiu uthe lot
ou which the blacksmith shop is situated,
eoutaiulus acres, more or less, and lev-
led upon as the property of said It- H.baml
sou, Co satisfy said order of sale, bale iu le
al Hours, j ins .inn ti.-iy oi Aiareu, lk, ,
W. A. ALEXANDER, Sheriff,
By virtue of a Fi Fa directed to me from
the Honorable Circuit Court of Maury coun
ty, Tennessee, iu favor of W. K. Conner rec'r,
i rogue, nijsii s; fscrioner, vs. a. j. i'tigu,
will sell lor cash, to ihe biubest and best
bidder, at tbe court-house door, in the town
ol Columbia, on Monday, the Mil day ot
Mini. 177. all the riaht, title, claim aud in
terest, thai the defendant has In aud to the
following described tract or parcel of land.
situated iu the Stale of Tennessee Maury j
county, ltilh civil district, aud bounded as
follows, to wit: ISorth by the lauds of Jas.
H. Akiu; south by Jordau Pogue aud Thos.
chwioh; er.t ty jouiaii i-oue, anu west
y iew is couuty : coiitaiuinir about ih acres.
and levied ui-ou as Ihe property of A.J.
'oKUfc, to saliiiy this exec.uilou.
WM. A. ALEXANDER.
Mch. SU'.li 1S77. Sherifr.
By virtue of a H Fa ilii-eeted to me from
the Honorable Circuit Court of Maury coun
ty, T -nnessee.in favor ot W. It. Conner rec"r.
ior i"ou, i'iiii mm erioiier, versus
S. II. Por'.ue miJ A. J. l'ugh. 1 will bell
for cash, to tl;e liiKhivt. and best bidder, at
tlic coiiri-iiouse uoor, in me town oi t ojum
bia. on Monday, Ihe :i;hdny of April, 1S77,
nil I lie l i"ht, litic, tlaiui and interval, that
th-!:. n. l.-m:s buve in nnd to tbe follow
in' di-.-K i ii'd Iran n ioiivI of land, sltuut-
eii iu tin i-ii oi 'IVnut ssee, Muury county,
lillli i-n il di.-tnet, and lKund,d ax follows,
to wit: rsortn oy j.,k. n. auiii: kuiu uy
Jordan Pojrne, 1'iioinHsi aud Ix-l'lwicb; east
bv JordKii'lN;;uu, and west by ljewis county;
contliiiui: about -111 acres, and levied upou
r lue properly of A.J. Pogue, to satisfy
WM. -. AI.E.XAIElt.
Mcli. , lx-,7. Khciitl".
Ky virtue of a Fl Fa directed to me front
luo Jlonoraoie t ncuit Cotitt of Mjiurv touil-
tv, rrnnwhce, In hur oi Jas. bcrlbner,
-. in;ini laics ana M. t. Uordon, Adiu r.
1..-.H...1I.. .... .. .
lutuo nihcnesi ana oest
1. 1, Mei, al liie com t-b'j'ise door, In the town
fl' oltmi,i:i. on Monday, Ihe .h day ol
iu- i iur. iiue, ciain and In-
li-ii'M Mini ine tn u ntiuiHs. Iiiiem nnti to I
Ihe followin; d,siiled i,t ,,r parcel of
mini. ,-iniMini in ,ue rmii. , -.iieSKPei
?-,ln imd wei-t by Ihe lands ,f Witllaut
I Hex mmiI I, ;tml ca t bv (be lfiud. of W. Ho-
(irtii n iielit; coiiiHUiiiiK i Hi r,-s, levied upou
a., ine .io,.-ny oi m. . lilies, io sutlsfy
llus e.,:i utioi!.
MclLiJ-i, 177. Khciifl.
White House !
New Spring Dry Goods!
New SpiTDg Clothing!
New Spring Ladie3' Hats!
New Spring Grnts Hats!
New Spring Boots & Shoe?!
Bleached and Brown Domestics!
. Cassimeres, Jeans, Cottonades,
Linens, 10-4 Khecllugs, Towelf,
, (Table Linens, Tickings, Etc.,
Marked Down at Low
Prices to Sell .Quick!
Special Bargains !
iii new i ii. m 1 1 J nuiiu ii .i i tiw i ' ' i-
Lltieu Towels at Jl andtlJjO per doz.; worth
and y. per oozcu.
Exu-H Good Ladies' Hose 1 per doz: worth f2
Linen Handkerchiefs at (JO eta. per dozeu;
Grenadines at 16? ets.. new styles.
Dress Hoods from 10 ets. unwards.
Handsomest styles Cassimeres for Men's and
uo3''s wear ever onered.
Cottonades at 12 ets. pr. yd. and upwards.
I will not be Undersold
Handsome Suits lor
Worth Double tlic Ioncy!
COME LOOK IT TIIBM.
Shirts at $1,$1.25, $1.50
Worth $1.50, $200.
Boots and Shoes.
Oood UoKlri aud I,ow lrheH. Noatest Fit-
till);. Warrautcd baiul-iuade
Positively the cheapest lu Columbia!
Pai-a.L l,m nA f..ll,. T ...i;
auJ Gepts' Neck-wear, Fans,
Hoisery, Gloves and a thou
sand of other Nice
1I1E CASHWnX RIiV them
Very Cheap, youknow, at Ihe
Gome One and-All!
Titcoiub & Towler,
At the Old Stand, Corner South Mail St.
and Public Square,
WM. J. WILLIAMS,
AND DEALERS IN
All Kinds andtZverjr Style and Sin
of Burial Cases, Caskets Cof
fins and Gloss White Finish-
Attends promptly to all calls, in town or
surrounding country. Fine Hearses and
gentle horses, and all at reduced prices. Al
ways ready. Air Tight and Waterproof Ca
ses and Caskets. Plain Walnut Coffins ten
dollars. I will deliver at any depot on the
railroad. WM.J. WILLIAMS,
Cor. Main & BU John BU. fobl-77-6m
W GO TO THE WHITE MAN'S
THE BEST ASD CHEAPEST PLACE IS
THE CITY. ALL WORK FIRST
CLASS. 'REMEMBER THE
. PLACE OPPOSITE
THE WHITE ;W5 mill SHOP!
ALL WHITE BAKBEKS.
CUIbert A Lending.
OF STYLISH SrHING
Hats and Sonnets,
In gcueral, selected by
Mrs. M. RUTTLB,
From the Eastern Markets some
thing entirely new.
Ee sure to call and see those
In great Abundauce,and new desitcus
all offered at tho very lowest
CASH ritlCES.' Cannot be
beat in style, quality and
prices; everything dur
Ladies "Wear !
Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere,
as I can make It to your advantage.
Thankful for passed liberal
patronage, and hope to
Eimi to mim to m:m
EEMEMBER THE FLACE,
No. 18, AVest Seventh street,
Piitiios smd Orpms ?
I OR HALE AND BFM .
I have a new Piano and Orepo, bolb of kii-
perior tone aud finish, coiit.iuins all ic.oJ
ern iinnrovenienls. that 1 ofi lor fal-' at
half price. Both instruments are fully war
ranted to tlve satisfaction. Also, some sec
ond hand l'lanos for sale or reut on reasona
ble terms, KOBT. 1). BMI'IH,
March SO ISui. JCoiumbia, 'ienn,
CORNELL & BUCHNAU.
We would respeel fully announce to the
citizens of Columbia and vicinity, tbat we
nave openeu a
And are prepared to build ell kinds of
I Carriages, Eaggies and Express Wagons,
And to those havinc any Rcuairlnz to be
doue. would invito them to give us a call.
We will use none but the best of material,
aud guarantee satisfaction in every Instance.
kb- Mr. joun lucaer will lake chargo or
oe i aiuiiu ,ciai imeuu mcniotiu
N. F. Clieairs vs. Dock Osborne, col., ct al.
It appear! ng from affidavit Hied In this
cause, lxck 0lxrue, col., is a non-resident
ot t ie State of Tennessee: it Is therefore or
dered t bat he enter bis appearance herein
ou or before uc ud Monday iu Am il. next.
the saiuc being arulcday of thenext term of
Ihe liancery court, to Imj liell at Colnmhla
on (be first Monday in April next, 1877, and
plead, answer or demur lo complainant's
Din, or tne same iv in oeutaeuior conleKseu
as lo him, and set for hearing ex parte; and
that a copy of Ibis order be published for
four consecutive weeks in the Columbia
Herald and Mail.
March 13, 1877. D. B. COOPER, Ci & M.
Nashville and Cairo
T. U. KYMAN, Supeiiuteudeut.
for 1'Inrksville, Padncnli nul Cairo
1 be uew and elezaut Dasseneer nteamer
C. W.AiVnisnSOS. will leave Xashvilln for
the above poiuts every lucsday, at 4 p. m.
The soleudid o iv,erj2e.r steamer. CET.T7VA.
will leave for the above uoints everv Tliiim-
uay oi, i p. m.
The new aud eleznut steamer EDDY. I
Vll.LE will leave Nashville for the above
poiuut every Saturday, al i r. ii.
l-jtcli boat makes close connection nt V-
duc ali with UperOhlo ltiver lxats, and at
Cairo wiin nrsn-lass Hteamers lor jsew Or
leans and all points ou the Lower Mississin.
Pi. hpeclal luduceinentM offered to emi
grants to all ixiinta in Arkansas and Texan
una uie iMoriu western rerriiorieH.
W. H, BOWMAN,
laij-JU-lm Geu. Agent. No. 0 Broad St.
Re-Opening of Bids.
I Z. W. Scott et hi vs. T3"re Koles, Admlnlu-
tralor, el a!.
In this cause I have been ordered bv the
nouoranio i iiHiicery court i Columbia,
now sitUug, to re-oien the biddinxb upon
the laud sale made herein, uoder the orders I
of said court, al tlx Ootolxjr terra, 1K77, and
Hi purwnauceol naid order, I have re-opued
the said biddinca. aud will continue to re
ceive bids upon the Haid land lit my office
in Colurunia, unlil Monday, t "e .yith d:y of
j Ht.iD". j. u i:iwit iu.. iiiku ,ie ,uiue
time aud terms as in tbe original tuie. 'Ihe
minimum bid received vill b SljOO.
April ty. 177. 1. B. OOOI'KI C. S M.
Rv virt ue of a Fi Fa directed to me from
the Honorable Circuit Court of Maury couu
ty, ieuneKsee. in favor of W. L.. Harris, vs.
J. A. tialloway, II. May berry. Key. and A.
LCKett. Istayor. 1 will .sell l"r cash, to tlie
hinneM. and bes,t bidder, at the court-house
door, lu Ihe town of Columbia ou Monday,
tlie .0tU clay of April, i7,all the rilit, tlts'ij,
claim aud I u ten -si that the tlI-nd:uls have
iu u,t lo me lollowius (IcKi-rlimu Ireet e r
parcel or land, lylnn m tbo II u civil dlt
tiict of Maury county, 'J'eniieeo, and
bounded tta follows: Norlh by Hardin Ma
lierry and othei-s; east by May berry and oCi-
ei-s; soiiin oy ur. Auuerson ana oiuers; west
by J. B. l-.wlDg and others; containing 6i0
aciT, more or less, and levlel upon as the
rooertyoi jamca A. Ualloway, to sallslv
WM. A. ALEXANDER.
Mch. '3", 1875. - - Bherifl". -
MRS. M. J. BRYANT, ART.
Ladies' BonnetsHaf s,'. Sibbons, Flowers, Veils and Ties,
Feather, Collars, Cuffs;' Collarettes, Ruffs, Handker
chiefs, and all the new Colors and Gloves.
A Speciality of Hamburg and Lace Embroidery.
A full line of Trimmings, Concts
A General Assortment of
' MOU fiUiVlliWVU tilv
will be sold lower than ever before.
STAMPING and FINKING done to order)
The highest market price for Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Bacon, will he paid at
You can find the best stock of Sugar, Coffee and all kind Family Groceries at
y CALL, THE ATTENTION OF THE FARMEUS AND THK PUBUi: OESKUALLY.
tbat I am now well prepared to buy all the Corn, Bacon. Etc. I can rcI., mid will
pay the Highest Market Price in C'hsIi. 1 alno have a very luruo Ware H"U,e outxlile of
my Ktore HouMe, and if parties don't wteh to Nell their Oorn now, 1 will furnish Ibein
with HackHand Btorsge lor It until lhy nee fit to sell, aud I will only charge 1 c-ut per
tliiNhei for .Storage, lOHUrance and Labor. 1 will advance money on all kinds of Country
Produce stored In iiiy npstction. In connection with this, I keep a very large stock of
Family Grocerlesand rlantaliou Supplier, consist! dr in part of Hugar, tuffw, Flour, Ka
con, Eard, Tobacco, Whisky, &e. So be sure to call and &ee me before you do your buy
ing or selling. " Remember 1 jy cash lor aU I buy.
No. iO East Side Public Kiiuare,
O - ft
In Circuit Court, Manry County, Tcnnes-
bce l eiiuou ior jjtvorce.
Emma A, McKinuey vs. Thomas II. Mc-
It appearlnc from tbe allegatiaoit of coin
plHiuant's petition tiled in the above cause,
that the detendant, 1 nomas u. jMcKlnney,
is a non-resident of the Htate of Ten nest .
so that tbe ordinary process of la :r cannot be
served ou mm: it is tnererore ordered Dy
me that publication be made lu the Colum
bia Herald and Mail, a newspaper publish
ed in the town of Columbia, Maury county,
Tennessee, for four consecutive weeks, re
quiring the said defendant to appear at the
nest term of the Circuit court for Manry
county, to be held In the said town of Co
lumbia on the 1st Monday in May next, and
Elead, answer or demur to complainant's
ill, or the me will be taken for confebsed
aud set for bearing cxparte.
Witness my hand at office, In Columbia,
tuis im any oi Aiareu. i .
W. J. WHITTHOHNE, Clerk.
A. W. Stockell, Attorney for plaintiff.
The Imported Percieron Stallion,
Will make the present season at my Stable
near Spring Hill, Maury County, at Sid a
Mare, tbe moutv in every case to be paid
invariable in advance.
HIS MAJESTY. 7 years old, 16' hands
high, weighs l,9oy lbs., Is a beautltul dttrk
dapple pray, vlth Immense bone, power
The Porenerohs puU crosses are notr gen
erally Introduced throughout the West and
Northwest, where they nave been rapidly
growing In tavor for Beveral y-arw, and are
round a-.lmlrably adapted to the uses ot tha
general fnrnier. The farming community
ii r5pectfully invited to call and examine
thl borae. I filll pay for well kept colts by
Ms horse out of good strong mares, $00 each
tt it ve months old.
March 23-tf. CAMPBELL BROWN.
W. B. Emmison et al., vs. Henry Jackson
It appearing from affidavit filed in this
cause, that tbe defendants, the unknown
heirs of Nancy Biltle, formerly Nanncy Em
iiiiHon, citizens of t he Htate of Texas, and
the unknown heirs of Kallie Obolsou, form
erly Kallie Thomas, citizens ef the Htate of
Illinois, are non-residents of the Htate of
Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that they
enter their appearance horeiu on or before
the third Monday in April next, the same
being a rule day of the next term of tbe
Chancerv Court, to be held lit Columbia on
the first Monday In April next, 1877, and
plead, answer or ncmur to complainant's
bill, or thesame will be taken for confessed
as to them and set for hearing exparte: and
that a copy of this order be published for
four consecutive weeks in the Columbia
Herald and Mail.
March 13, 1S77. D. B. COOPER, C. fc M.
JO HIT TYLER,
IS "NOW RECEIVING A FIXE AND j
teFIJJN I1 U Ur
And is selling his Winter Stock at cost
to make room. Hason hand a
Jlot of of the best ;
Boots, Shoes and Hats,
Of the latest and best quality al
ways ou hand. -
Ci ENTIRE MENU FUKN WH1NO GOODS.
I will, a in the past, make up tho best of
Goods to order, and charge the lowest living
price for them. Come and sec opposite
Finbry A Frb i sou's.
March-l'lf- JOHN TYJ,ER.
Capcrton, et al., vs. J. J. Chandler et
In this cauoe it apM.rliig to me from
complainant's bill, which in sworn lo, that
X. H. Hmith and T. H. Smith, administrators
of li. W. (Smith. deceael, are non-residents
of the Htate of Teunexsee, ao that the ordi
nary prixwa of law cannot be nerved upon
them, it is therefore ordered by me, tbat
publication be made in tbe Herald and
Mail, a newspaper published In the town of
Columbia, Maury County, Tennessee, for
four coniiecutive weeks, requiring said non
resident to appear before rule day In April
next, of the Cliancery CoHrt-in the town of
Columbia, Maury County, Tennessee, J877,
and plead, answer or demnr to complain
ant's bill, or the same will be taken for con--fetiaed
aa to them, and aet for hearing ex
parte. V.v. Wjor-JB, C k M. :
and Tiltere. - A beautiful - line of Ladies
Toilet Articles, . Notions
tintiu " II I fl t-LO S t Vllf IUWrb CIK1U fl lCQC UUU
BUTTERIGK'S PATTERNS always ou baud
1 solicit a renewal of old trai.
SIKH. M. J. BRYANT, Ageut.
OF CORN WANTED
FOUNDS BACON SIDES WANTED
COEUM 111 A, TENNESSEE.
Rt tall Dealers in
MEN'S AND BOY'S
At prices to nccommodRtc evrrv ine,
and MHOufacturei-s of
From $30!to $65 1
Pants $7 to $16 !
A perfect Fit Guaranteed in every iiislau
aoauooas rarrDiea as; reprt'itDti-a.
C'uUlnit, Chaniiii? and Kepalyjnt ft one
uu inunesi uoucc, auu ai reuueeu Jrlrew,
Valuable Town PropG'rty
As Executorof the last will aud tfM meut
of JaueMnna Walker, deceased, 1 will I dis
pose of at private sale t lie realty of d es
tate, coDHistiiig of the largvaDd vli mblo
brickdwelling.uudtbeoruariieulal gro uuds
MH.HIH-U, jiuuwu its me "WKiKer . l.cnl
dence." Also Home well locatotl lote ) ioin
Ids all eligibly HilURtcd but wee u stb u d ytli
Htreetfi in the town of Columbia.
Itefereuce is made niade to W'm ." J.
Dale, tvj., aud F. H. Watklus, , for
teruisaud description of the iroprty.
WM.IS I'iCKfcrn '.
April 6, 1877. -Ct. Kxccutor., Ac.
Hrvitis litis tlav iict:estHl tln iiin- nli our ,-
of JaniRH 1. Braden, itee'd., U tli ( ;iarfc of
(h Oiuuly t:ourt of f lamy comity, nncs-
ttco, notice ia hereby Biveu to all pe rsonit
havluit claims analust said esta' I , m
them duly authenticated with said clrt rk,on
or before the Zird of June, 1K77, for - pj-orata
dimrlbutlou, or the same will be. forever
barrel. P. P. Ullt Otti N,
; March 23, 1877. Admir astrl -.tor.
On Monday, the 30th day or April, ;i87
will sell for cash, to the hi bt bldd r,
the court-nouse aoor in in t town of Cu Sum-
ma, tuo larm or Maj. ueo, Lipscomb. Said
farm contains 4ty acref, pnd is boumta I aa
rollows: rori.ii dv vr lands of Mitt bael
Kinzer aud Sam J. Str avhoru: east bv t.h
I lands of Linn s heirs; loutb by the laud s of
the estate oi u. i: wcoster and wife; r . by
lUC 1HUIU OX cawJ Ol IHS. VY , f, ICT I na
wire, xnisiarm wiu oe sold uudcr a V eed
of trust made to me by Geo. Lipscomb on tho
istn oi i-eDruary, mi, anti recorded ilk tn
Kegister's offlce, iok Z., Xol. 2, Pat ;a 20
sale in legal noura.
H. C. HARLAI I.
March 10, lS77.-td. , Trus tee.
A FREE STOCK SHOW 1
' . o
The Manry County A . M. If. 1. p Koclc-
ty will hold a froe exhibition of
their Ground. on Saturday, the 2-
Will UU1U B livo VAUiutuuii tJi ITOClC tn
Ifl llilV III
An, 1 1 next. This is a meetinc
the Interest of the stock raisers.
" a well s
those who want to examine n ud
such. The exhibition will h:, 'un,jPr' tht
rnlf aud reijiilatlons of Uie Hocl tv U-tt nr.
(jnior rninuuo win im c kared, nor
Will any rreimum uo pniu, mil n, w,:i ,,
free social siathering of the peof uu ,i Maury,
to whi- h the adjoining coiiutioj ar.,
Is It M It. AM if f,'.
Hog -For thebest Boar aiy a e: -be-.t sow
any aise. .
aouomuennm-i-or itie i-f t Jack any
are: uetv jeunei any lui't.
tilooiira- ' (WK-rur wie Deal A jjl any aire:
Khcrjt or the tiefit Son t lido w n Puck- any
iv. best Southdown Kweauv m 'f Im-ki tun'i.
Woul Huck any ane; best lon ; Wool Kwe
Thinvtwn-m-ea tinrrvoT trie best Htjil lion
any aro; nest mare any Re.,
NarKti mocmror ine nosi -iUtlllon any ace-
. . .r V.. , 1 1 1 . . . . "
boat Mare any age; beat Gcliliait any mfe. '
Hnrnm wncK I or me reL stallion ant
Stock for the rst Stallion any I
age; best Mare any age; bent G Jding any age.
Any atoek not enumerated ij i the above
or any article ot interest to the country
will be received and I aocoruVd the same
privilege aa those in ine pro:ramrae: and
f heownersof such Are apeciallv
to bring them to the g ronnda UmtMdHy
J. X. L. COCHRAN. iecreto!. mcn5-2w
Boot:. Shoes I Ms,
And see what a
If You JTeecLPlates, Cups, Saucers,
A CAR LOAD
Do you need PITCHERS, SUGAR BOWLS, BUTTERDISHES, MEAT
DISHES, TEA POTS, and a Thousand oilier Articles two
Af you want any Glassware such as Tumblers, Goblets,
Glass Pitchers, Syrup Cans, FruitBowls, Wino
Sots. Fruit Jars, go to the
Ijookc-ig Gla.p?, Lamps, C'liaixlclierlj, Cutlery of all Kind ., Sjioons, Captors,
Waiters, Coflte Mi)U, h5mootliingIron.'', nil nl l!m
Famo ds Cli inallo use
feETS, CHAMBER SETS, WATER SETS, MAJslLE SETS,
AND ROSES, AND ALL KINDS OF I'A NCV
CHINA AND OLASSWARE, AT ' THE
r&rlles will do well 1V imrchaeintr
ccnt-'ofToiir low prices to "persons gofng to lloiu-ckeepiug.
! LADIES! LADIES! Don't fail to cive ue'a rail, a- our ;h1
ve3 must be seen to be apirreciatcd.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS! Wc can fave you ni'.nry Uy buying of n.
We will duplicate NaMiville HlU.
igQ. Just received a lot of Tinware: will be sold out cheap. (Jood.? coii
ftantly arriving. Look lor the sign,
IFflrmmonis iannaa moms,
The Oldest Established
Geo. "JEt.Ofxllaomito Co.,
DEA UERS IX
WATCHES JEWELRY and DIAMONDS,
Sterling and FlaUd Silverware, Spectacles, Gold Fens, Clock:, kz.,
MAXWELL HOUSE, - -' NASIVILLE, TIjNN.
BOOKS, STATIONARY, WALL PAPER, SHADES,
Picture Frames, etc.
I have moved "my utock of Books, Pictures, and in facl, cvoi.vUiinji to In-found In a
fiist-class Book tjtore to my Old bland, uextdoor to the I'osl UIllcc, ojo.sile Nelson House.
COME ONE 1
To (lie Tpople'8 popular
FRESH GARDEN SEED.
Landreth's, Brjggs& Brois and Ferry's
Garden Seed just Received, and for Sale by
INSURE YOUR LIFE IN THE LEADING LIFE COMPA
NY OP THE WORLD,
The Equitable . Life
Illustration of a Ton I lie Hmrlog Fnal
in twenty years, anu nave
Amount of Policy payable at deatli.... ..;..
Costing Annually (persona aged 3a years,) t,- ,
Total co-t in twenty year-j,
Kstluiated amount oi Policy with Profits, payable iu Cash, at the cud of ib) years,.
or method of insKlnc '"tlmates. namiileii
this mosi ooiirarjjo lui tu oi policy, see Agents
W. J.DALF, 4 & i;,'S,AniiSH,
Ait:r:e.7 it Li? vl Csllcit.r ia Ci;
t's.nnti a, i' nnesee
J") fc.Cir; V,f
Willi Wilkin A lii
n mi K frnnnT
VTIIl Nil I L Will I II I JlLjHJ1 .
Bounty and Arrears, Pension and Ar
um war of 1M2 ami 1N1 and proper! r
claims of all kinds, collected with despatch.
Persons from a disianoe may communicate
with the undersigned. All business attend
ed to promptly. Ofuce in Herald and Mail
u'ld'uK: - . t
Marcu itw-y. r iiscm-.
Few Dollars will Buy!
JUST ARRIVED !
mention, go to tlie
of ns, ns tvo pive a di-cutint
i b2-77-l f
Jewolry House in tho City !
lveiwaro Made lo tlnle.
COME ALL I
low price Book Htore.
...t-T-','" i0,(. I
Poller br whltih jca e.-in double j oaf hiouer
your 1110 msum u mcaiiwlult-:
ol Witu l, s ,,;.id. ami other nArticuiail
and pulilli-ui tons ot the i-s-i-ly.
UllJW. ul l il.l WH'KI "r- 1,l'ir.HT-l,
Nasii vllle, ii-in, ,K..en.
J s. T. Ah IN. W. T. CltKISVl.IX. w. If. FAUIilfi.
JAS. T. AKIN & CO.,
Xo. 1 1 'Brown ' f.Uivk ,
And Dealers in
iVT KP on l,ftna a r"" iwsortniont
of Wood aud Metalle lkiwinl Caskts
We iiav purchased the right to Htinson si ..
Patent Ulnsa Monument, and are now oiler-
fhg them at Vow pHeeaj. ebiO Jm