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THE HERALD AND MAIL.
Friday Morning, June 8th, 1877.
That tterlinx paper, the Memphis
Appro?, and others, are advoeatiug
Ibe claims of ion. J. I). (. Atkiiiw, of
West Ten newf, for the Speakership
of Contriess. We do not know that it
is the part of wisdom for the Demo
crat to select their SjH-aker from the
South, hut if tl.ey do decide, to do so,
they could U'stow it upon none more
worthy than if". Atkins, (ten.
"Whitthorjie, in his jrrvat Franklin
,.p,wl, siH-et h which has received
the liijrhest 'oniniendation of leading
DerrnM-ratic statesinen of the North
.trave the credit of Hayes' Southern
policy to (ten. Atkins, who introduc
ed the resolution, which passed, re
fusing to appropriate a dollar to sup
jmrt the army 'if used in upholding
( 'hamlnTlain or Packard, in their
usurpation. In the opinion of Senator
Morton, this forced Hayes, against his
own inclinations, to take the bayonets
from the throats of those States. This
lioldand righteous measure, produc
tive of so much rood to the South,
Mas the work of (Jen. Atkins, and for
it he deserves the supjxrt and honors
of his party. He is a pure man, un
tainted I y corruption, brave as a lion,
and ahle to discharge the duties of
the office with distinguished honor.
0irnhiK ol the t Iy Fark.
Tuesday night wm set apart for the open
ingof Columbia Park. The entt rprising and
puullc HpiriU-d owners bad gone to consid
erable tjiwnsc in prepurlng the grounds,
etc., aut the rain to them was a disappoint
ment. AlKjut nine o'clock the clouds began
to ilisperhe, ami bright stars, with fuoes
washed, looked down with gladness upon
the re-invii!ornted ei tti. CarriHge began
to ruinble, and Koon Columbia Park was a
scene of activity and loveliness. The in
comparable Helicon Band occupied their
lofty platform in the centre of the Park, and
ladened the air withsweet music. Beauti
ful ltuhts were hung up in various parts of
uie I'arx, presenting 10 me eye 01 tne in
comer a scene of fairy-like beauty and
splendor. Soon the crowd assembled at
the reception hall and iKiwilng alley, and
soon the fair tins and muscular men were
knocking down the pins. It is Hue exercise
better than a eymuasium, because it is at
tractive to the mind as well as good for
health. Miss Sadie Cooper, first in war, first
in peRce and first in the hearts of her coun
trymen especially tlielatler led theyoung
ladies, making a "ten trlke" with nearly
every ball. Mrs. J. M. Jllckey, another
beautiful lady, was next, her balls making
sad havoc anions the pins. lr Robert Pil
low was about t he best player anions the
gentlemen. Icecream was ferved in tUe
neat and elegant room aupoiuted for tne
purpose. The evening was very ple:isant to
everybody, and Messrs. Hickey. Fleming,
Harrison and Hughes may feel assured that
their trouble and expense are not lurowu
away. Our citizens must see that this Park
is sustained, for it is just what we need.
T'i the Iktitur of the Herald and Mail:
We l'ad the pleasure of attending church
at Lasting Hope, last Sabbath, and as the
weather was very favorable, quite a nuiu
ber were in attendance At an early hour In
the morning, the Sabbath school met: and
haviug gone very early we were so fortunate
us to uitutss the recitations. The superin
tendents, K-q. It. A. McKay says he is de
termined to create more interest in his
Sunday school, and so tar he has been very
successful. He is wide awake and energetic
man and the wheel to which he puts his
iiand is sure to turn; sulttce it to-say we
congratulate him fin the general sucevss of
ills sutiuay school.
An able sermon was delivered by the Kev
Mr. Dixon, whose superior pulpit oiatory
impressed ms wuoie audience very deeply
Tne best time on record iu our vicinity
was made on Sunday afternoon last by C.
H. M., one of our Carter Creek beaux, who
left tliat place at io'ciock p. in behind his
two bajs.lu his new vehicle, came by Beech
drove, gt his girl, drove to Franklin re
turned, and reached Carter's Creek at five
minutes to I o'cloek;iuaklug the round ti ip
in one hourand 1) iu:i:ules.V'e did not Willie.-'
tiie atsne but liave it from a very re
The young lady friends of Mrs. James
Alexander, near this plao were in vited to
attend u dining at her residence a few days
since, and all attended. The day was very
pleasantly passed oir by the young ladies In
sewing, which rendered her a great deal of
assistance, she being unable to do any sew
ing on account of having lost her eye sight.
The Cartel's Creek Jockey Club met in
this vicinity lust week at the residence of
lr. Smith, some tialing was done, but on
the following day, by mutual consent, each
one took l-ack hisorigiral properly. This
was raretrndmg but we will exoect lietter
Itoli Nichols (sometimes culled ()M Bug)
one uf the liveliest boys in the Carter'sCreek
neighborhood, has made an improvement
in toe art of applying shoe blacking. He no
louger uses the brush, but applies it with
Ills nunds, which proves to be a shor:er and
more eHVetiiRl process. The boys are very
much pleased with it, and our ii'lcud Fred
Alexander, afler taking a sin ne, pronounced
it a success. He tajn it is indelible, tlob
won't app for u patent, but says il is free
to the public.
Annual SlHlemtnt of Maury
ICJIIHIJ .vieilluriHI .04IHII41I.
To c.isli ireelptw from all sources
Interest to d:ite
By dislmrsui juts...,
8171 r 3
Balance f 12W
The inananers resoecifullv ask of the con
trlbutors, and others who feel an interest in
the nro nosed undei taking, to wit: J Decree
tiou of h monument lor Uie Confederate
tleaal ol Maury Comity, and all Confwlerate
Soldiers interred in Rose Hill Cemetery, to
express their views iu our town papers, as
to the most feasible plan ol procedure. The
Bum rontribuiud is only alsiut one third of
the desired amount. Many are of the opin
ion that the luud can be Increased to two or
three thousand dollars, whilst olherg think
ltcunuot. The managers, under existing
circumstances, would bn i;lad to have the
mailer diseukicd tlirouuti our papcrR, so
that they may act advisedly in the preni
jses. Itespect fuily siiluni'tMl,
Mks. A. O. P. Niciioi-nos, J'res.
JIf&S SALUK Loonkv, Sic'y.
t a cull meeting of Kock Spring lslge
No 313, Free mid Accepted .Musous, May 31,
1877, on motion, tlio follow. ng preamble and
resolutions wore: adopledt
V hkbkas, Ood, in his wise ud mj ijteii
OUS Providence, has seen fit t' it-nmve fioiu
the labor of eai tli tothe regards of elernl-
Vv.ouresteeiuitl and much bo'oveit brclher,
Vm. A. Doo!y,
h'fnrfd, 1 uui we how ttiil) (Jiiliiurmuriu
Submission to the divine w.'U as vj'ieu.ed
In the death of our brotlier.
AVWtvif, That, in tne deuth of Brother
looley, t tils I-oilte, hot only lost au
eminent oilicer, (S. W. i bin a gi':if-rons and
Iteiiuiue iiieiiit'er, bis wife au s tl'ctM ioiiite
bushatid, bis mother a devoted sou, and his
jielchbors a tine tiieiul.
i. xi.ro, That we tender the ler?aved wife
gj iilen is our slnceie coiiLiolti.iea in this
thett sad I'.-rniveinent and Irreparable loss.
Jirsult rd. That a copy of these resolutions
be sent U tils futility, and a so one to the
Herald nud Mail ior ptib.icat :on, and that
(hey be spread on the minutes of theLodge.
W. T. I sstRv,
Koitai: Back cit, l
It is il well fslablislied fact, that 'fabler's
Buckeye pile Olutmcut will cure, if used ac
cording to direettons, t tie .Fsculus Hlppo
castanum, r Horse Chestnut, commonly
kuowu as the Buckeye, has been highly es
teem.il lor many years, owning to the fact,
that it Ihkm'us. s virtues, lying in thd bitter
pi in. i pie called K-ciiMii. wh.ch ean Ive ni.
ized for the cure ol I'll--. H atlected with
UiHt teirilile disease, u IJupU- ye Pile Oint
ment, Hild be relieved.
South America and Southern United States-
)wli . liieir warm and delightful cli
inates, Uieiriiibabraiiisti'iw swilow trom
torpid Livers, 1 ujitesl ion and ad tlisuiises
nrisiiig J i a disonled Stomach aud
lVowels. They sliould of -.rsiJ at a'l times
keep tne liver active, and to our reJeis we
voulu rtsromiliend Table: ' 'egeti)ile Liver
Vw: -r Taken J il time, will often save
nionev aud much suil-rmi:. price ') cents.
W. K. 3D0BS0W,
(.'linr. ii street. ( m ur ."'out b t 'J.frry,
.Lookout For Them!
.,.,,: . , ,. .,.! two or t. 'nee m nlhs ilio
W lllii'i ii. ' , llc.iU1s," ofler-
Z P. lee. Many of thou, csnnot comma Hd
Jialf atweii -rs. ,
THE DIAMOND COAL
. . . ., hi i...
j.,il'Kii",'i'.!lt lllil'.H' i:n 11 Will MtJ
ioiiiii,y.,r r,,lmil,i,i ni mirea
iTffere I to tte cliieii-of Col.
that vU 'li ""'J'-"
r a lirsl -class
Every Man His Own Agent. i
v,. Jirect from us, end you will cet th
ii'ioVi iu U.ls uui; Let at t lie r n.wei-t Price, ;
uVi le'S b"-' '"Ishuix coal in
-sWk. No. 2i I'nion stre I. I
Our room- up-strairs have lust lecn
completed and we have laid in AN
UNUSUALLY IABGE STOCK OF
CLOTHING- Our Factory at Cincin
nati turns out Goods for tnxee houses-
Our facilities over oil competitors in
this branch will be fully noticed, and
the reaKn we can offer such low
prices will at once prewnt itself. We
save save in manufacturing: what
other dealers have to pay the job
bers, and in many instances can SELL
Clothing at the same price other
1 rouses PAY for it. In short, we are
the only house in Columbia that
makes up its own Clothing.
A. ROSENTHAL & BRO.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
Just reoelved oar second Boring and Hum
New shades of Tarlatan and Crip I.lsse
neaumui mce urns ai cents.
New shades of Trimmings. Silks and all
Shanes of Ball Fringe.
w nite ivid moves, two Duttons, at on cts.
Splendid Corset at 35 cts.
1 est Calicos tf cts.
Two Thousand Yards Remnant of Calico
at 4 cts.
I.ale-t style Shell Buttons in great variety-
The largest, cheapest and finest assort
ment of grenadines.
Bunting Lace Poplins at 42 eta.; worth
All these Bar grains can be found at
the SOUTHERN TRADE PALACE.
Just received another car-load Improved
Buckeye reapers and mowers.
11. J. 1 . ryTREET x CO,
spoons, Forks, Syrop Stands and Castors,
very cneap at . tne rAHUts CHINA
The best machine
and lard oil for sale
J. P. Stkkkt A Co.
Table Cutlery, very
cheap, at tli
Something; Nice and Elegant for
Just received a lot of nice and handsome
jnneK-tf. T. H. & W. H. Willams.
J. P. Street & Co., have a full stock of
knives, sickles, Pitman rods. Pitman boxes
and bolts for champion reaperss and mow
.'XW Lamps, all kinds, at ai) cents and up-
warus, ai ii le rAuuin uaiAA nuist.;
Ulassware in t
cheap, at the FAl
;reat, variety, and very
J. P SUeet A Co., sells the
and lard oil.
Lamp Chimneys very cheap at the FA
MOLS CHIN A HOUSE. .
25 Chamber Sets to be sold at $5.00; worth
T? (JO, at Uie FAMOUS CHINA HOUSE.
All kinds of reaper and mower section
knives and sickles, Pitman bolts and MTx
at J. P. Strekt dt Co.
The best Sulky Hay Kake in the market
for fale at low prices by J. P. Stkket Co.
We have Just completed our Carpet
nooms up stairs, ana we are prepared tr
furnish you with HEMP, RAO. COTTAOE
INtiRAIN, (OTTON, CHAIN, IMIHJRTED,
T Vv U-l'LV and BRUSHELLS, at prices guar
ameeu iu ne me lowest.
A. ROSENTHAL & BRO
W. R. Elam & Co.,
Have a full line of Water Coolers,- Ice Cream
r reezers, r luting Macnjnes, etc. w.
China Tea Sets, to be sold lew, at the FA'
JIOL'S CHI A A HOUSE.
For Fly Brushes and Fly Traps, go to
2w. Elam & Co's.
We have the bast Machine Oil known I o
the trade. Buy once and you will buy
BgUJl. ;w, clam : jo.
For the best Machine Oil go to
2w. Klam t Co's.
Champion Machine Extras.
A full stock of Champion Machine extras
2W. W. 11. ELAM S CO,
The dwelling house formerly occupied by
Mrs. B.cknell, No. 65South High Street.
E. W. Philips.
Land for Sale.
The Oilrs T. Harris farm, situated iu the
5th civil district; will be sold on favorable
terms. Apply to
Golden Machinery Oil,
For Mower and Reapers, for sale by Ti
comb s Tow lcr. 2w.
Buy your Machine Ooil
from Tltcomb A
Genuine Japane Tea,
Iuiorted direct, and for sale by Titoomb
Orod It) Thread Cloth Shoe at S1.00, at A
Rosenthal 4 Bro. ; 2w.
Save Your Clover Seed.
Geo. P. Webster and C. D. Frierson
Cross Bi Idges, have purchased a CLO EH
HL" I.I.Kit, and will take pleasure in bulling
clover seen ur an wno may aesire it. i ne;
will also thrash wheat tn the Aoa Churc
neighborhood this season.
Jijay2-I4w. Webstfr Frikrson,
A secoud-hnnd Bu-gv. .Apply to E. C,
McDowell, Columbia, Tenn. mchlb-tf
Haudsouie business suits from ilViioto
SID.OOat T. 11. v W. 11. W illiams. A-27
An elegant lineof gentlemen's furnishing
goods; such as cravat.s, kid gloves, shirts ami
underwear, can oc lonuu at i. ii.iv w. il
A beautiful hitt, nndMomeiuing entirely
new, at f H A W. If. li.ia its'.
latest Style Hand Made BHtsaud Shoes
at T. H.Jfc W. II. WILLIAMS.
The iiHssensier aud frcni
DeKil pf the
Duck River Valley Railroad Company,
lieen removed to Hiah Street to connect
wjtli the L.& N. O, S. Rniir. ad, from which
place, on an J after Monday next, i.Iuue 3rd)
all biisineefc will be coudui-ted.
per bu .,
choice, New Orleans
Tolct, per do.en
Siliav lug, j?er dor.eu....
4(.n I 25
eV' 1 2.1
Vui 1 25
76"i 1 25
5"' i 1 00
Timothy and Herds Orasspr. ton 15l'
1 20 00
Flour sad Meal -
Extra Family 5tValt5t
Java coflee pr lt
Laguayra per ffi
Rio per Iti
Jilo roasted per lb
A. CoBee sugar per lb .....
C. Yelhiw sugar per Hi..
Brig t N.O. per in
tut I -oaf per lh
Crushed per V
Powdered per tt
Oranulnted per It.
MncWbrt 'o I.. -
Mackerel, No. a
Wnilpet 11' .
Fw' ' "
Chl.k.eus.. .......... "
OnlP'i1 : "
pried Applw --
J lied P.ahiia .... .
1 5u,n 1 75
' 1 Oil
Persons exercising any of the following
privileges without license, or whose license
nave expired will save or by calling. and
obtaining, or.renewlog, their license, to-wit:
Artists and Photographers,
Brewers, Brokers, ','
Cattle Uealers, t
Ten Pin Alleys,
Horse and Mule dealers,
Hotels or Taverns,
Intelligence Office Keepers,
Peddlers, Kace Track,
Stocks and Bonds, HhaviDg Notes,
Stock Yards, "
Vehicles, if run for pay to-wit:
Drays, Hacks, Carriages and Buggies.
Kx press Wagons and Carts, -(other than
express Companies,) Transfer Wagonsand
an oiner wnueled vehicles run lor pay or
profit. A. N. AKIN,
j une 8-zw. cierk.
WE want Cash Customers four our
HOUGO or HUOAK
CANE MILLS and
;COTTON GIN AND THRESHER
Atolutely Sae 'frmii fHre by Sparks.
The only F.nsine safe and suitable for run
nine Cotton Oins. Grain Threshers, etc.
We can furnish at low prices the best
Plows, Cultivators, Threshers, Fan Mills,
W agons, or any other kind or improved
Implements, Machinery, or Field Seeds.
Send stamp for Price List and Circulars.
Address, T. H. JONES CO.,
June 8, 1S77. iy. Nashville, Tenn.
Uew York, Paris
i AN BE FOUND AT
!Draper and Tailor,
No. 37 North Clierry St.,
t)W open. " Fare reduced 52 50 per day,
I 12 oo per week; $10 00 per month. Buy
round-trip tickets from Louisvillo. W. 8.
VANMETKR& BRO., Proprietors, Gravson
Springs, Ivenlucky. junei-tm
Nashville and Cairo
T. O. RYMAN, Superiatendeut.
For l lHrksillIe, Fadncali aud Cairo
The new and elegant passenger steamer
V. H". AArD:iSOA,wm leave Nashville for
the above points every Tuesday, at 4 p. M.
The splendid d ssenger steamer, VEl.II? A.
will leave for the above points eveiy Thurs
day tit 4 I". M.
The new aud elegant steamer EDDV
IVi.K will leave Nashville for the above
poluts every Saturday, at i v. at.
Each boat makes close connect ion at l'a
d u call with Upper Ohio River Boats, and at
Cairo with firsvclass steamers for New Or
leans and all points on the Lower Missis-
si ini. Special inducements offered to eml
giants to all points in Arkansas and Texas
auu tne . on ii western .territories.
W. S. BOWMAM,
jab2(i-lm. Oen. Agent, No. 9, Broad St,
GHAFFlfi & CABLER S
(The old Nicholson Mill
Near Columbia, Tennessee
v e desire to inlorm the public tliat we
ha ve puichascd the old Nicholsou Mill, two
miles west of Columbia, on Li. tie Bigbee
crock, anu rave mteu it up with tne very
best new machinery, bolting-cloths, bolting-
chests, etc., etc., which enables us to make
as good, if not better, flour and meal than
can be made elsewhere in the county. Oeo
Owin, well-known as a most excellent
miller, is employed as miller. Flour and
meal, at the lowest market price, from our
mill, can be had at the store of (. T. Chaf-
tin. We pay the highest market price
maj 25-lm. CHAFF1N CABLER
(jov'inent Claim Agency.
Nqw is the time to file your Claims for
Bounty, Arrcarsand Pay, Pension arjd Ar
rears, W ar of 1S12 and JmUI. All Claims for
property taken by the Federal army during
the late war, and carrying the Mail before
the war, collected with the usual dispatch.
Persons frrm a distance can communicate
with the undersigned. All business attend
ed to promptly. Office undir Herald and
Mail, No. 22 North Main Street.
March ll-77-ly. J. j. WILSON.
ELKMOAT WmU !
Giles County, ITepn.,
Kivht miles from E kmont Station. Nash
ville and lH.-atur Kallroad. TuesoSDiines'
SO bing and favorably known for their high
locat ion, beautiful grounds and ralrablc al-
tfmiin- trnlfr. will be opened for visitors
J onfc 1st, lt?t,
llitce top Opeulim .Yfonlb:
Per Day, 1 ."HI: Week.SM tK; Month. 'W 00.
Cabins to rent furuisned or unfurnitilied.
For pamphlet, eiieni ir, or other informa
tion addles. Moores, Mc;alluiii s Co., or
W. L. Moores, M. 1) , Resident Physician.
June z- ni.
MI Mi and BUTTE It!
For the accommodation (t cusipniers, uN
ter June iiti, we will deliver Milk and Rut
teriroip .rr.:M) to 7a. m.' sud from 5 to 7 p. ni.,
Sunday eveutug excepted. Orders for large
amounts ti led on short notice, A liberal
discount on oniers lor benevole.it purposes.
The patronage of the people is solicited
we ill try to pit a-e all. Patrons and oth
ers desiring milk, between and after hours
fordelivery, will always rind a supply at
our depot, Chaftiu V Rushton s grocery
may2-V2 n. FAIRMONT Ml LK CO.
Bon Aqa Springs!
Tlu chs, niii: inisraer reMirt. located
eight miles from Bon Aqua titatioUj thirty
nine miles from Nashville, on the Nashville
and Northwestern railroad, will be open for
the rccption of visitors on June loth, 1S77.
The waters of these Springs are celebrated
for their recuperative effects upon delicate
men and children, shattered and exhausted
coiisillutiotis, as well as for the cure ot dis
eases of the alimentary cuual, dyspepsia,
chronic diarrhea, const! pailoii aud summer
complaints ol children, diseases of the kid
neys and sk'.u, and menstrual diseases, etc.
The road between xhju hiiu x inuiu
k will run
W. B. RUbiELL.
J. R. WINBURNE.
By virtue of an extcullon iu my bauds is
sued fioni the County Court ol Maury Couu
fv, in favor of Hickey to useol A. N. Akin,
Clerk, vs. Wm. H. Briggs, J.C. Bilges aud
Tyre Voles, I will sell Tor cash, to the high
est aud best bidder, a ( he uourt house door,
in the town of i o.umliia, ru Monday, the
iilhdsy of June, W77, the following ti act or
uarccl of land, pituated in the State of Ten
nessee, Maury County, 15 civil district of
said county, iu the tewn of Hampshire, be
ing tba plnr' where the Rev. .1. B. Fw'u
now ie4'!es, and boundea ou tuo uorth by
the Bradford property a ad street; east and
south by A. L- Leilwick; west by alotown-
v containing acies, and levied
UPOii and iu bu sold a the nropcriy pf J. C.
Tfi ieKs. !.- s! isfy said e.Vctition and qot.
Msj ij- Ar.-. A LEXAN J )E1C, SUerifl.
T.H.& V.H. WILLiAUS,
-Retail Healers in-
MEN'S AND BOY'S
FURNISHING GOODS, '
Boots, toes IHals,
At prices to accommodate every one,
and Manufacturers of
From $30 to $65 !
Pants $7 to $16 !
A perfect Fit Guaranteed in every instance'
. and Goods warranted as represented.
' Cutting. Cleaning and Repairing done
on shortest notice, and at reduced prices.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Room No. 20 Colouade Building.
N AS H VI LLE,
Will attend to all business entrusted to
his care with promptness. Refers to Third
National Rank of Nashville. mayls-ly
CORNELL & BUCHNAU.
We would respectfully announce to the
citizens or Columbia and vicinity, that we
have opened a
And are prepared to build all kinds of
Carriages, Enggies and Express Wagons,
And to those having any Repairing to be
doue, would invite them to give us a call.
We will use none but the best of material,
and guarantee satisfaction in every instance.
" Mr. John Tucker will take charge of
he fainting Department. mchhMim
Shop at Lamb & Boyd's Factory
Notice to Tax-Payers.
Owing to the iHistpoueinen t of the collec
tion of the taxes, awl lor the bemtit of per
sous who may desire to pay their Htate and
County taxes. I will be at my office in Co
lumbia, on every Monday from this date
until the Lltth ot Octotier, 1S77.
May 4th-tf. W. T. EDWARDS, Trustee
WM. J. WILLIAMS,
AND DEALER3 IN
All Kinds andCEvery Style and Size
of Burial Cases. Caskets Cof
fins and Gloss White Finish
Attends promptly to all calls, in town 01
surrounding country. Fine Hearses and
gentle horses, and all at reduced prices Al
ways ready. Air Tight and W 'aterptoof Ca.
ses and Caskets. Flam Walnut Cotlius ten
dollars. I will deliver at any depot on the
railroad. WM. J. WILLIAMS,
Cor. Main i St. Jolin Sts. 1'.. bl 77-tini
Supreme Court Sale.
1. N. Byers and wife vs. A. C.Whcatley et al.
By virtue of a decree rendered in the
above entitled cause at tbe January term,
1K77, of the Honorable Supreme Court of
Tennessee, 1 will sell at public outcry, to
the highest and best bidder, at the court
house door, in the town of Columbia, at 12
o clock ru.,
ON MONDAY, 11TH DAY OF J I NE, 1S
a tract of land belonging to the estate of
Samuel Whealley, lying in civil district No.
21, Maury County, Tennessee, ou Double
Branches, waters of Rollierlord t reek, and
bounded as follows: beginning at the north
west corner of the tract In IJleasant M. Hal
comb's line in the lane, opposite the north
end of an old fence, nod running pouth with
Isaac L. Howard, lo9 poles and 5 links to the
center of Double Ilranches, a box eldi r
pointer; thence, up the bianch south il-,
east 4 poles to the fork of the branchjthence,
up the right baud lojk or proii south is''2 ,
east 6 poles; thence, south ltij ,wet 7 p.les
aud 9 links to a stake; thence' south 12 , cast
3 poles and 10 links to a stake; thence, noitb
east 8 pile to a stake; therce north
"814:, east 17 polesand 4 links to the center
of the lavls ford road, in the center ot the
branch; thence, with said load south 12 ,
west 5 poles and 17 links to a stake; thence,
south 21)-, east 5ti roles and It; links to a
stake; thence, south 2tf , west ti p.le and 5
links to a large hickory, Isaac L. Howard's
corner, in J. M. Allen's line; theuce, with
said Allen's line north 89 ', east 47 poles and
22 links to a stake, from which south ii ,
east at 1SW links is an elm pointer in L. D.
Myers' line; thence, with said Myers' line
north IV, east 60 poles, :i links to a sugar-tree
corner; theuce, south MT, tast 41 poles afid
5 links to a stake, trom which south 21 .west
at I'i links is a box elder pointer, a corner
of Mrs. Amis' Uower, in L, D. Myets' line;
thence with the dower line north ;l , 2if, eiwl
1st poles, 22 links to a stake in MrsiAlcuy
Adkisson's Une; thence, with her lino norm
t 1.. poles, luiKS to the beginuinp;
n r.eis. cue rood and tl
perybes. Terms ol sa'e: rash. Sale free
from the equity of redemption.
W. N. C'OWDEN, Clerk,
May lSlli-td. Supreme Conn.
Bool and Shoe .Maker,
i Uouth Embargo Street,
Columbia, : : Toimessee.
I dou to say io mv old cuslomei's aud
others, that 1 still make Boots and Shoes,
andtliatuooneel.se is authorized to sell
hem. Any person or merchant pretending
o sell my Boots or shoes, is defrauding the
ublicl, for he is telling a falsehood,
p May IS 77-ly. 1K1KK BEt KEN BACH.
Embry 1 Mm
PARTLY-rMADE dress shirts,
A1m, keeps a full stock of
X WUlbUlUp VOOCS
" " i
. ,. . . !
m We have received our tSiiniig Stock of
(iods, and the people will find everythiug ,
they can coll for at our. house. Hpoclal indue.-
ments to cash buytrs. Oome one! I'oine ml. 1
April &-tf. EMUUViV FIiIi:P.So'.
six lOXi t!o
RECEINISG A FINE AND
SPLENDID LOT OF ,
And b; selling bis Winter Stock atcobt
to make room. Has on band a
Jlotofof the best ;
Boots, Shoes and Hats,
Of the latest and best quality al
ways on band.
GENTLEMAN'S FVRX ISHINO GOODS.
1 will, as iulbo past, make up the best ot
Goods to order, and charge the lowest living
price for them. Come and see opposite
Embry & Frierson 's.
March-2tf- JOHN TYLER.
A. Gr. ROULSTONE,
STIX, IBOUSE & CO.,
North West Corner of Third
Pianos and Organs
' FOR SALE AND RENT.
I have a new Piano and Orean, both of su
perior tone and finish- containing all mod
eru improvements, that I offer for sale
halt nrice. Both instruments are fully war,
ranted to pive satisfaction. Also, some sec
ond ii nd Pianos for sale or rent on reasona
ble tmn is, KOBT. D. SMITH,
Maroii atK6mk Columbia, Tenn
Titcomb & Ton ler,
At Uie Old &fand, Cnrnrr South Main St.
and tublic Square,
Having qwtl inWd as administrator of the
estate 01 Mrs. Marina w. jvenneuy, uec u
all persons having claims against the es
tate are notified 10 file tnera within the
time prescribed by law. or they will be for
ever barred. Parties indebted to the estate
are reqnested to call and settle.
FRANK H. SMITH,
April 27, 1877. Administrator,
Attorney it ivs .si Solicitor in Chancery
OfMce On the South side
with Wilkes & Bullock.
of the Square
WATER IN COLUMBIA
To accommodate the citizens of Columbia
who may desire to avail themselves of the
medical virtues of Bailey Sprina: Water.
will hereafter keep a supply of these waters
at 1. a. itaius- urug store.
W. P. ELLIS,
April 27th, 1.177-tf. Fioprietor.
GEO. W. WILLIAMSON & J. A. BAILEY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
No. 42, l'.itiml SI rift.
April ziin-v i-zm.
Havius this day su
this day suggested tbe insolvency
M. Neatherley, deceased, to the
of James M. Neathei
Clerk of the County Court of Maury County,
Tennessee, notice is hereby given lo all per
sons having claims against said estate to
nie mem uoiy authenticate-! with salrl
lerk on or before tbe 11th dav of Nnvpmivr
1N77, for prorata distribution, or tbe same
will bo forever barred.
May 11-1877. Administrators.
Dissolution of Partnership.
The firm of T. Ii. Rains & Co., having been
iusnlveri hv ihn vrl 1 hrl mm a I tvt u,. iT
all persons ndeuled to the firm by" note or
aooouni, are-respeouutiy retpsested to make
payment as early asconvenlent. and nil an.
counts not settled by July 1st, 1X77, will be
placed in ti e hands of an officer for collec-
May 18-Vd. T. B. RAINS CO.
lly virtue of the xvf r in me vested bv .i
ciecot Uie Houurable Cliancery Cout of
the 15th day ot November, 1S7U, in . tne
V uvxii n 1 J VTltl.U VJ. lOWfty (I
als , ' t tie same being a eoinproTaut decree )
1 will proceed ta sell to the. hiihest bidder
at tlieouuit liouwedoorUa tbe town of C&I
iiijiiUU, 'IVnnemsee, on the 2tu day of June
lnio, within the lawful hoars, and according
in uie iwiDg oi iu aecree and In satiHfac.
lion thereof, the house a.nd lot ou which
said Onllowiy now rexides, the same being
KitinU-d iu the corporation ol the said town
of Co'.uiu Disband on fepring Btreet, which is
bounded as lol'o.w' Betiuniug at the
r.orili-ewt oovnev of a lot purchased by Jas
harven fioiu W. H. Tituinous and JohUtfon
UhViSOU said street-thence east with, the
snu.h margin or said streets 1-6 leel to a
stake; theuce, south Slt degrees, ail ieet to a
stake; thenrc north SSIdearertj, weslS43l 6
ftt ti; a tke; theuce north !t decrees, eusl
2 feet to the south-west corner of tbe lot
sold, as afore stated, Ut said James Barven
theooe east with Uia line of said lot lou feet
to a Ktalrcj ttieiioe dcdu with the Una of
(Hil'l lot 2!o'4- feet to the beginning, contain
in about 2V. aen. more or less. Bald ir i
will be sold according to the terms of said f
ueori-e, lor oue-iourin oosn, uie oaiance ua
six, twelve and eighteen months credit, lree
from the equity of redemption. For thdes
ft-rrtni payments, a lien will be retained on
the land for the psyment thereof, and
notes bearing irteretd Uii date will be r.
ijiiired of the pnrohAsert with good and ap-
jiniYcu vniiuui intreoD. as vo Title, ref.
vrcnv fa made toN.lt. Wiikes, Wm. ial
ioway, W. J. Webster, and the decree in the
etuso. W. H. TIMMONS,
May 25, 1W7. foiuouasioner.
l' 1 Having this day 8iingptel the Insolvecny
( fnn.ewis Harlan, deoeaed, to the Clerk oit
lae County (jourl oi aiaury eonniy, renne-
see, notice is hereby given to all penoni
having olaiins against said estate to Hie
them duly autheuUcated with said Clerk
ou or before the 1st day of Hptember, 1K77.
l.r prorata-diHtiibutlon, or the same will be
forever barred. M.D. KlXti
J une 1,15."7. Aduiiiuatmx
BIG TU5IBLE IN PRICES
NO. 39 PUBLIC SQUARE,
REDUCTION IN GRENADINES!
REDUCTION IN P. K'S!
REDUCTION IN GRASS CLOTHS!
REDUCTION IN PARASOLS!
REDUDTION IN PANS!
REDUCTION IN CORSETS!
REDUCTION IN HATS!
REDUCTION IN READY-MADE CLOTHING!
REDUCTION IN BOOTS AND SHOES
REDUCTION HAS BEEN
IN OUR LINE, AT THE
May 'lo, 1877.-Im.
WE TAKE THE LIBERTY OF CAL.L1NG YOUR ATTENTION" TO OUR
NEW AND ELEGANT STOCK OP
BOOTS ill mil mi ETC.,
AND EVERYTHING HERETOFORE FOUND In OUR STORE,
To which we earnestly ?ask au inspection by you. It w hardly necessary for
us to say that hi the purchase of these gnods, our Mr. A. ROSENTHAL,
(who lives in Ciiiciivnati, and has tlie advantage over all coniperitors by be
ing constantly in the market,) has sjiared neither paius nor trouble, sd that
we can state positively, that our Prices are the Lowest in
Maury County. We feel prouJ of your confidence in the past, and
hope to merit it in the future. Our reputation for selling RELIABLE
GOODS, AT THE LOWEST BOTTOM PRICES, shall lie maintained,
and we cordially invite you to call and us sec before buying elsewhere.
Particular attention to Merchants audi large Cash buyers.
March 13, 1877. A. ROSENTHAL & BRO.
E R Y AUD
MRS. M. J. BRYANT, ACT.
Ladies' Bonnets. JIats, Ribbons. Flowers. Veils and Ties,
Feathers, Collars, Cuffs, Collarettes, Ruffs, Handker
chiefs, and. all the new Colors and Gloves.
A Speciality of Hamburg and Lace Embroidery-
A full line of Trimmixigr Corsets and
A General Assortment of
All ol which have been purcbaeU In the Eastf.-rn vRrket at the lowest cash pric. and
will be Hold lower than f.ifr before. Bl', rTERICKti PATTERNS always on hand.
KTAMPINCi and PlNklNO do ne to order,
jHarcn 3Din-7-2m. ,
IPictur b !F
I havo moved mr slv-k of Boobs. Pio
flrst-cUuai Book Store to my Old Stan d, nex t
COME OWE r
To the People's popuU
FRESH GrAXlDEN SEED.
Garden Seed just Received, and for Sale by
-DEi LLER IN-
Srugs Medicines S Chemical:. Perfumery!
SOAPS, COMBSANP BRUSHES,
Trusses, Supporters, Shr julder Braces, Fancy and Toilet
Articles, Books a nd Stationery, Kerosene Oil,
Xami;s and Chimneys,
Garden Seeds, Gl'iss, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
And Dye Stuff; Etc, Etc.,
Pure Wines and LiiquovB for Medicinal pu rposes, Pateut Medicines, etc.
April 27tb.-1877. -
IN VICTORIA LAWNS!
REDUCTION IN JACONET. LAWNS!
REDUCTION IN CUFFS AND COLLARS!
MADE ON ILL . GOODS
H. CRONE, Proprietor.
Tilters. A beautiful liue of Ladies
Toilet Articles, Notions
i solicit a renewal of old trade.
WALL PAPER, SHADES,
tares, and in fi tt. everything to be found in a
door to the Post oiDce, opposite
r low price Book Store.
3 .ITV1J OF
& Bro.s and Ferry's
We are still Agenti for
REAPERS il MOW
THE BUCKEYE TABLE RARE,
First introduced into the County last Season, at once took the lead as
Reaper, gaining complete victory over the Champion Self
Rake in a field trial on the farm of
T. H. Williams.
READ WHAT THE FARMERS SAY OF THE BUCKEYE:
"I would nat exchange my Buckeye for uuy machine." J. Harlan.
"The Table Rake comes up to the recommendation. It in light draught for
two horses." Oeo. JV. McAannott.
"I saw the Table Rake, and think it the lest Solf-Rake leier I -ever saw
at work." James Jloge.
"I tried both the Champion and the Huckeye Self-Rakes thoroughly. Tito
Buckeye is light draught; more easily handled; saves and delivers tlie grain
Itetter; saves down grain; has the lest Pitman connection; Jes Ynachinery and
more durable. It is the machine to buv." Thou. JL William.
Cill AT OUR STORE HID
AGENTS, ALSO, FOR THE
0T. IE3. STREET db CO-
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
W CALL THK ATTENTION OK THE FARMEIW AND THE
JL, that I am now well prepared to boy all
Da v the Hlfrhent Market Price In Caftb. I
my 8ore Huaw, and it parties don't wlah to
with tsacksand Storage for It until thy see
Bushel rorHtorage, insurance and Ltuor. 1 win advauce money on an kiikis oi uniry
Produce stored In my possession. Io connection with this, I keep a very large stock of
Family Groceries and Plantation Supplies, consisting lu purtof Muusr, tofrtje, Flour, Ba
con, Lard, Tobacco, Whisky, Ac. 8o be sure to call and see me beore yon do your buy
ing or selling. " .Remember 1 pay cash for all 1 buy.
j to. 40 East Ulda Publle Square,
The Oldest Established
WATCHES, JEWELRY and DIAMONDS,
Sterling as& Pitted Silrenrfcre, Spectacles, Gold Feat, Clocks, ftc,
MAXWELL HOTJSK, - - NASHVILLE, TENT.
NEW GOOD S!
AT BOTTOM PRICES FOR CASH.
I have the 1et IStot-k f
Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Gaiters, French
Kid Button Boots, Front and Side Lace
Boots, Pebble and Kid
ALSO A FULL LINK OF
Canfidd's Celebrated Gold
I have a t holoe asMortment. Including every
tetson'H custom made goood.
My 4, 1877.-3in.
urn ftffli 1"!
1 1 o .
HATS ctzxd OLS
Mury County for the
fXMIIIE THE BUCKEYE-
OF CORN WANTED
FOUNDS BACON SIDES WANTED AT
Uie Corn. Bioon.
Etc I "" K,!ti D,1 will
alftn littve a very l irno
w ure nousH ouuuue oi
? I vnlll fncnluh IIiaim
well their Corn now, I will furnlHb
fit to sel and I will only charge 1 cent f-T
Jewelry House in the City
lverware Made to Order:
Also a full lies of
. . ashv illo Tedii.