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rriin tttti it t ivn Kin
llllj IlIilALiL AIM; JIAIIj.
Friday Morning, June 15th, 1877.
I'nii some 'weeks jKista sort of reign
f ti-rror Inns existed in North Niish
villo, iiroihieetl I'V burglars entering
Imii-vs ami robbing eiile. A vijri-l.im-e
committee Wiw formed ly 'be
l'0.,.!,.. Saturday niglit a negro bnr-j-hir
va- diseovercl by .Mr. C. Kulin,
ami was eajtured ly several iiolice
n. In two minuted the vigilance
. .iniuiltec, partly ma.-ked, took the
; ro a way iroin me jmihtuk "'t
V. liiiH to the Cumlierland Kiver,
1 a rope around his neek, with a
ro: K i,i the rie, and drowned liim.
ThN i not the first time mob law has
o -i-iined in Nashville. The American
nothing to say, but it had much to
. r. iil-otit the neoile of Columbia for
bin ning four iuoudiers of the Sunrenie
( ourt in etlijry (not glorious Old Fete
Tuinoy, for he stood to his colors),
iivcjiiso Columbiana wanted a foul
i.i:K(krer,convicted by the eourts,pim-i-iied,
they are said to be guilty of
"mob law," but nothing is said of a
band of armed prow lers, masked, who
t-.ke the life of a man without know
ing his guilt without giving him the
bent-lit of cle rgy, much less a trial Jy
jury. People continue to strain at the
smallest of insects and swallow the
large camel, hump and all, notwith
standing the startling announcement
made eighteen centuries ago.
The ft took hnle.
Li.st Friday was the day set lor the great
Mock hale ol Brown, Gibson & Johnson
Lirw ol Hie greatest stock men in Tennes
see. It be'iiu to rain early in the morning,
aiul lue sKy bad every indication that the
iiuu woul.i hisiall day. This deterred many
iroiu Koiiiji tioiu Columbia, who were anx
juiis io en, We were MUprihod, on reaching
the luiiulilul giounds, to see so many pei
hsn:i indent, Kreut liutuy ul whom were
suum-ei. maimv from other Elates and
coi.aucs. The ureseuce of disliiiKUished
lot-itii.g sliiiugers uiudu us feel that tne Jer-
mai.i ul uuu long looked R.T success i me
nibble enterprise was at last assured, and
tiii.t beucelorth we miKht look forward to
tiicse skies i.s a him and permaueut iustitii'
lion. No three men ever begun an enter
P rise in the county so lruught with benefi
cial influences to tne whole county, and we
me inerelore to be excuted lor rejoicing
ovi i' its permanent success. The sales were
suiinluctorv, because bidders ueie ji.euty.
i it liie Hoard of mayor ami Aldermen
UIKt Hie t'ltiZPllMOt tulumli.
V our committee appointed to visit Leba
lion and examine tlie "Champion k ire Kx
I iii 'inslier," would report thut we left for
timi place on the evening of the 'Will of May,
Arriving ul Nashville e called uD Capt,
HliM'keli, Chief of tlie Fire lePxliuelil,
who kindly received us, and extended eve
ry p'issiole courtesy, fie exiiiblled auu ex-
i'.;i.ind tlie lire inarm telegraph wystem,
i ' ti i lies, extinguishers, and other apparatus
h' Mniiig to this (h'iiirtmeul. ne had a
,0114 interview with the Captain in regard
to 1 in: practicability of nre extinguishers.
11.' regards them as a very valuable auxili
1 v to Hie lire department, hut wiid with
ample water facilities, he would udvlse the
use ol kteaui tire engines.
On Thursday morning we left for Leba
non. Soon alter our arrival Mayor Owen
uili-d on (lie lire department, and made an
cMuoil of the "Champion Fire Llxlinguish-
r,'' n ceiillv purchased by the Hoard at
1 1, at place. "The apparatus is very simple
.-.ml riisilv operated. In a few si conds they
ua l it at work, awl threw aslieam on sev
1 1 ,1 ihllereiit buildings. We conversed
v, ,!li a nuuilier of citizens of Hiat place,
. bo speuk in very higli terms ol the ina-iliiiu-;
and while your committee arc of the
iiuioii tnut it would be very eltlcieut in a
ii. , vil it did not meet with their opecta-.
iioii'iioiu the representations made to us.
1 111 our return to Nashville, Capt. Htockell
oi'lei cil out, one ol the city 's steam fire eu
r ii. s, known as the "Citizen's Ciilt." One
i'f our coinmitiee timed this engine. Jn
! iiiiuuies alter i was hied it had 10
p.iiiils ol steam; in 1 '4 minutes to I'ouudsj
a minutes Zn pounds; in 2'. minutes 2o
poiiiiJs; in -!i minutes M pounds; in o't
iuiiiuu-i pounds; iu -V .t minutes 10 pounds;
a. ul in 1 iiuuulcs ,J ji!juuds, and was put to
,c i U; one thousand leet of hose was uttach
, . ji. ul u stream of water thrown to tlie top
..I ii,:i!il ings lour and five stones high. He
i deiiii'iltd all but one hundred feet of
i us j'lid put on two streams running
; l.i.i'i'-u ii.at leiitli ol hose, which reached
i n i i: vatlon aliose buUdings lour and live
' l .'l.I- c.Tui'niiltee, therefore, with all the
i; -;,ts l.-f.ire Ihein, would mlvise against
i lie pun
huso ol a similar nre exiinguisner
!.) da' l
iircliiiM-d by L bniio!j;.inil v. eare ai-
;.i t! i -llt.ll lilHl a gOOU MCaill liie eugiuc
wiuUl be ilie best aud most ellicieut, yet
caiuiot it commend the purchase ol one
:t ilir in, as our Wilier laciuiies uio nuuiij
. eiitiate to supply I hem with wuler,
, recoiiimeud tlie puichase or con-
Y, o WOU
; t l llet.o!! ol
'look and lander iruci? anu
a completo cumi oi
M-i.l'iiieu ,uu - , , d e
,s and ladders, and tot.
mi.":uIsik-is, Willi such an on.. "
i. light be'uipped iu the bud," or n
. " c ,. i k uutil tlie band water eugiues Could
!)- put lu operation.
1 1 m i conuuit lee cannot close this report
v. i. iu. ul exleiialng their sincere tunuks to
( stockeli. of Nashville, Maj or Owen
an many other sltizens, of Leuanou, for
' c'Jiirtesles shown them.
W. J. Ankkkws,
Mold . iiODGE,
John Latta, Jk.,"
Jl. L. W II1TK,
Jti!t liKVi: 1 AUI.E B1UC.
V 1IKI.1-. "ll SVHKKE IS VOUlt S1NU1E W IIEKL.
Mi .-six. T. J. au'J ! J'erry has one of the
most tangied lieldsoi wneai, pi roups, cei
wiineseii. lteiug very lull heads, lull, and
i.i i, ,u-ii in even direction, locu
lliev can led out a single wheel Champion
.,. .', ., o of the Champion coiupa-
ii v. with tlie uudersluudiug that they would
t i've it, provided it pertormeu sai ismeio, j .
J u. v operaled lor a day aud notified the
t liuni'ion agents that theywere not pleased
w a .i it. They then ralletl on Andrews, ljar
tl ., -Co., agents for tne liuckeye, and
niated that they would try a Uuckeye Table
1. 1. .,i i hw would itave them fiee
. fc. ,"ti. t. iiiuihinei. as
v hicli tuey would keep, their choice to be
: , ,..i,inHrlili'li did the work in the
...... t ;ii isiiieiorv manner to them. On
-, .!,,..,ie tiiH machines were put to work
under the auspices of repieseulati ves Iroiu
he i liaiiii.iou aud JJuckcye factories. Ihey
c.iut luued tooiH-rate tneir machiiie.i uuti
near sundow n, w hen the Mes!. Ferry de
ciiLd that they would take the
iiii kox 'I'iiblK Rnkr Keier.vr III
.lampiou MiuKlf n'a'fl iicrr.
..i-i.t-A Mr Wilkinson.
V'V. .ms. 'i-vii-e now hua tlm Ji'.tckeye
. ... .1 .,,-..p ilia Chainpioii In tliis count'
n v.iii waut the best mower mid reaper,
I u! .,:." Aml.ews, Barclay A Co., aud buy the
.akr)P.!onrr autl I aliic
sutlerers with coughs ami
irnS iiiiii tn fit ov the cm
. : . . "..
. i I 111 nihil Ol liowei.s.
' ' .. 11. I lull LT.
. 1,1 lU'HU'jlllWIj ini'iin..!.. s
.... is ..nviated by Compound
a I-..- ulii.'li speetiily vanoulshes
, .'ii iu. ami colds iucilent to this rigor
. cimi- t or public spo-lkers 1'. surpasses
. IVmosthcnio rejjiuieii of "j.ebbles and
. ..i......-" . leniiior the throat until the
rin.'s wiih the nil wry oa-leuce
:l. I'm' Compound Honey of
ft Ills a Inlllle.
At I 1 1: ill 11 A'
;.i s- ii, i 'gch.aper ll.an hiiyl.t'Hier lioUe
linoughoiit the laud. J Iced not
.'. nisive crv, but coiiie to Uic old relia
, price cash Tia.ie i:,i. u . No. !! 1 u
x. .. etc yoll get the best UMh- ljr
. : v. W. .1 l'lin.ll-s,
;!,.-,.. H. " 1'ioprlelor.
1 lie KAMI U S CHINA HOUSE lied
w ' on our kimhIs. v e can sell you
Table Cut leiy, Skhiis, 1Hikihg
t is, Tmw are. Tea Trays, aud I
aitietis. ,i. ij. iks;i.
ur oiigngeme icem iiiamu
s. lee delivere, 1 twi' a day. it
lo.-k of Ladles" New pi.
. ul anil iVI.ble. Uoat, sldi
...s, t, r ladies and misses, "-i tc
..t the Trade lisizir.
W. J. Pin Li rs,
! all I- mil c!i
ap, at the FAMOUS
. i N A
v! ii ml Ground Colli'c, pure, at
;u-hIoii s. e no our o u ya-
volJ-Ilie Ti;t.U' llazar,
. J . 111 ,.i o.
s. i:.:M,er Balls. Rings end
FA MOl'S CHINA i'Ol SK.
i..i .' sut'iir. bf st iiiilily, for making
, 'j. ".,t I hnilin & Uushton's. it.
e Cctfiwold Lambs for Sale.
v., ; -.,.n lot of flue thorough-bred
. ; : :..- which I 8"il at SH
.. jiooreiiville pike.
Wlwn used for Rheumatism, Bore Throat,
IjHiue Back, Neuralgia, Kpraius, Bruises.
Coutracted Muscles, Htifl' Joints, Conus and
Bums, on human beings: and fcpaviu, King
Bone, al, Cut, Kor.itcheH, etc, on ani
mals, Consseu's Lightning Liniment to na.
equaled, and its effects simply electrical.
As its name suggest, it is quick to relieve,
and thousands U;ar witness to its astound
Our rooms up-stairs have just been
completed and we 'have laid in AN
UNUSUALLY LARGE STOCK OF
CLOTHING. Our Factory at Cincin
nati turns out Goods for tSree houses.
Our facilities over all eomietitors in
this branch will lie fully noticed, and
the reason we can oiler such low
prices will at once present itself. We
save in manufacturing what other
dealers have to pay the jobbers, and
in many instances can SELL Clothing
at the same price other houses PAY
for it. In short we are the only house
in Columbia that makes up it own
A. ROSENTHAL & BR.0-
China Mustache Cups, Mugs and Vasts at
the FAMOUS CHINA iiOUssE.
New goods receiving daily at Y. J. 1'hil
The Little Banner Night I.anin. the onlv
night lamp made that has a perfect burner
for sale at the FAMOUS CHINA HoL'.SK.
This way, cash
buyers W. J. Philips
wants to see you.
P"rnif. of the Tmin. T.ilw t ti.o. i
Hill's HemperTdem,at W.J. I-hidps'.
3,000 yards Sea Island
Domestic, 5 cts. a
yard, at W.J. Philips'.
10 4 Brown and Bleached Sheeting, cheap,
at W. J. Philips.'
We have jubt completed our Carpet P.ooms
np-stalrs, and we are prepared to furnish
you with HEMP, RAU, COTTAGE. JN-
trKAlxx, uoi-TON, CHAIN, I M POUTED,
ry v-jtj j. uuu xxi f5rjL,jijrf3l at prices guar
anteed to be the lowest.
A ROSENTHAL & BR0.
All kind of China, Glass, Stone and Queens
Ware, at the F'AMOUS CHINA HOUSE.
can anu iook uirougn, and get our prices.
J. L. Bon.
Genuine Singer Hewing Machine
to fOO, cash, at COMSTOCK-S.
. The C. and B. Corset at W. J. Philips'.
just received a few more Crown Flutlur
Macliines and Irons, at the FAMOUS CHI-
Best Spun Cattou at Y. J. Philips'.
spoons, t oiks, Syrup Stands and Castors
very cheap at the FAMOUS CHINA
Table Cutler, very cheap, at th
MOUS CHINA HOUSE.
Something Nice and Elegant
J usl received a lot of nice and handsome
T. H. & W. II. WlLLAMS.
o uuiifs, an kinds, at cents and up-
n"i, mv ine r Auuva ciiiiiv Hutoti.
Glassware iu great, variety, and very
cheap, at the FAMOUS CHINA HOUSE.
Lamp Chimneys very cheap at the F"A
MOUS CHINA HOUSE.
2o Chamber Sets to he sold at $..0i); worth
87 uo, at the FAMOUS CHINA HOUSE.
China Tea Set, to be sold lew, at the FA
MOUS CHINA HOUSE. :
Land for Sale.
The Giics T. Harris farm, situated iu the
."th civil district; will he sold on favorable
terms. Apply to
juueMni. John Fkiei-sox.
Save Your Clover Seed.
Geo. P. Webster and C. 1). F'l iereon. of
Cross Bridges, nave purchased a t LOVElt
HUIJ.KK, aud will take pleasure in hulling
clover seed for all who may desire it. They
w ill also t hrash wheat in the Ziou Church
neighborhood this season.
iuay2o-4w. Webstkr A FltiEUsON.
Handsome business suits from
SSDM at T. H. & W. H. Wiluams.
All elegant lineof gentlemen's furnishing
goods; such as cravats, kid gloves, shirts and
underwear, can be found at T. H. V W. H.
A beautiful hat, and something entirely
new, at T. 11. & W. 11. Williams'.
Latest Style Haud Made Boots and Shoes
at T. H. & W. H. Williams.
Market Price for Grain!
VM.SHACKLETT & CO.,
Corn, per bn
Wheat, per hu
Choice, New Orleans...
'i'olet, per dozen
bhSyiDg, per dozen.... ,
, 7.V" 100
ol 1Mb I IV
Tiniothyand Herds o rai pr, 10 toivy-vw
Flour and Meal-
Meal , O"''!'1
Extra Family ,
JO IKI.it II IIJ
Java coffee per fr
lirtguay ra per rr
Uio jut lt.
roasted per It.
A. Coffee sugar per f.
C. Yellow sugar ier it. .
BrigM N.O. per Ih
Cut laf per tt
Crushed per ll
Powdered per It.
Gi auulaleil per lb
1 lti 15
Mackerel No 1
Mackerel, No. 3
White per lt
illv per m
Che,"" P--T JjJ'
Kiilsins per !
Currnnts per Ih
Canilleu K-r fti
Starch )ht It .,
P.ran per owt ,
Short per cwt ,
Beans er W
Hominy per lb
!0(a 1 I
' 1 ii
i-a nnw in the city for a few
i i iniirovisl i
culling nd making tlilbeii's
vii.i.i- W e Eiiaranue a perieci. ni. t aiion
them nt Duncan A Cunningham's Restau
rant, between the hours of ID to 12 in the
morning and 2 to I In the evening.and have
your measure taken lor siiirls or Patterns.
We also clean rlntMns, elc. Juuel
New' York, Paris
CAN BK FOUND AT '
Draper and Tailor,
No. ;,7 North Cherry St., - . NASHVILLFi.
Light 3res Suits !
Bine Flannel Suits !
Stylish Stripe Suits !
Light Mohair Suits !
Black Alpacca Frocks' & Sacks !
Mohair and Linen Dusters !
Elegant White Duck Vests !
Light Under Wear !
Stylish Neck Wear!
Opposite Maxwell House,
NASHVILLE, - TENN
Persons exercising any of the fo'lowing
privileges without license, or whose license
have expired will save costs by calling and
obf-uuing, or renew ing, their license, to-wit:
Artists and Photographers',
Cat He Healers,
1 111 Hard Tables,
Ten I'm AUoys,
Horse and Mule dealers.
Hotels or Taverns,
Intelligence Ofllce Keepers,
Peddlers, Kace Track,
Stocks and Bonds, Shaviug Notes,
Vehicles, if run for pay,Jto-wil:
1 irays. Hacks, Carriages and Biiigits.
F.xpress Wagons and Carts, (other than
express Companies.) Trausler W nsjous ;aud
all other wheeled vehicles run lor nay or
profit. A. N. AKIN,
AVE waut Cash Customers four our
VI fcSOltCiO ox- UUUAII
CANE MILLS and
;COTTON GIN AND THRESHER,
Asultttcly Hctfcfrom Fire ly Sparks.
The only Engine safe and suitable for run
ning cotuin iiins, uraiu i nresuers, eic.
We can furnish at low prices the best
Plows, Cultivators, Threshers, Fan Mills,
W Agnus, or any other bind of Improved
Implements, Machinery, or rieiu seeus.
Send stamp lor frice i.isi anu uircmars.
Adi'ress, T. H. JONES & CO.,
June 8, 1H77. ly. Nashville, Tenn.
MOW open. Fare reduced f 2 -VJ per day,
ll iVl m per week; f IIMK) per month. Buy
round-trip lickefs from Louisville. W. S.
VANS! ETEli & IiUO., I'roprietors, Ciraj-sou
springs lieutuciiy. juuei-im
Gov'mciit Claim Agency.
Now Is the time to file your Claims for
Bouiit v. ArrenrsHiid Pav. Pension aud Ar
rears, War of 112 mid lst.l. All Claims for
property taken by the Federal army during
the laUs war. and carrying the Mail be.lore
the war. collected with the usual dispatch.
Persons from a distance can communicate
with the undersigned. All business attend
ed to prompt ly. Otlice under Herald and
Mail, No. il North Jiain Street.
March 16-77-iy. J. L. WILSON.
Giles County, fTenn.,
Ki"ht miles from Kikmont Station, Nash.
ville.md lleca'.ur Bailroad. These Springs
so long and favorably known for their high
location, beautiful grounds and valniblc ai-
trrutirr wtitrrx, will be opened for visitors
June 1st, 1S77.
Kncr Tor Kleiiinx Monlli:
Per Pav. SI :: Week.P. 00: Month. 00.
Cabins to rent furnished or unfurnished.
For pamphlet, circular, or other informa
tion address M ores, McCalluni A Co., or
W. L. Moores, M. 1) , IJ.esl.ient J'liyslciau.
Bon Aiua Springs!
ti.i .inii.iiiii summer resort, lix'ated
eight miles from Bon Agu Station, liuriy-
niiitf mi h's noui f,aoiiiiir,un . . ...
r..i Northwestern railroad, will beopen for
the reception of visitors on June iOlb, 1S77.
ti. .,-itT of these Soil nm ure celebrated
or their recuperative effects upon delicate
: .i, i id taii. shattered and exhausted
aim ilutions, as well as for the cure ol dis
rLni il.e Rhmeutary canal, dyspepsia,
.iturrbeu. c8st'paUon aud summer
coniplaiutsof . children. diseaswJ' ,,,e V1"
uevs and tin,Bua inensiriu i him", '
UV. ",i, Veen lion Anna and 1'iimm
Springs has been well worKed m-ule plain
and pleasant for lrr velirg. A haen ill run
Oelwteu tnese po v', B. K I ssKI ,1 w
j c iie?rTiil. J. K. W lm"t.
W. K. DOBSON,
( lmri ii siivi t, (."uriur Suiith C'hi-rry,
-Kf tall HealerRlu-
MEN'S AND BOY'S
At prices to accommodate every one,
and Manufacturers of
SlilTS TO OHDER t
From $30 to $65 !
Pants $7 to $16 !
A'perfect Fit Guaranteed in every instance'
andUoods warranted as represented.
Cntt.ine. ClMBina antt fli7fttTmg done
on shortest notice, and at reduced prices,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Iloom No. 28 Colonade Building,
NASHVILLE, - - - TENN.
Will attend lo all business entrusted to
his care with promptness. Kefers to Third
National Bank of Nashville. maylS-ly
Notice to Tax-Payers.
Owing to the postponement of tlie collec
tion of the taxes, aud tor the beueflt of per
sons who may desire to pay their State and
County taxes, I will be at my otlice in Co
lumbia, oa every Moudnv from this date
untii the 20th ol October, 1877.
May 4th-tf. W. T. EDWARDS, Trustee.
WM. J. WILLIAMS,
AND DEALERS IN
All Kinds audtEvery Style and Size
of Burial Gases, Caskets Cof
fins and Gloss White Finish.
Attends promptly to all calls, in town or
surrounding country. F:ne Iiearsi and
gentle horses, and all at reduced prices. Al
ways ready. Air Tight and Waterproof Ca
ses and Caskets. Plain Walnut Collins ten
dollars. 1 will deliver at any depot on the
railroad. WM.J. WILLIAMS,
Cor. Main & St. John Sts. i'i-bl-77-t!m
MM & CSBLER'S
MIT -aT w,
(Tlie old Nicholsnu Mill),
Near Columbia, Tennessee.
Wedrsireto inform the public that we
have pniehased the old Nicholson Mill, two
miles west of Columbia, on Little Bigbre
Lrv?ek, and have lii . d it up with the very
best new machinery, lioIMng-clolhs, lolting
chests, etc., etc., wiiich enables us to make
as gooJ, if not better. Hour anil meal than
can be made elsewhere in thecounty. Oeo.
Gwin, well-known as a most excellent
miller, is emplojed as miller. F'lour and
meal, at the lowest market price, from our
mill, can be had at the store of O. T. Chaf
fln. " We pay the highest market price
maylo-2m. CHAFFIN &CABLER.
By virtue of an execution in my hands is
sued fiom the County Court of Maury Coun
ty, in favor of Hickey to use of A. N. Akin,
Clerk, vs. Wm. II. Briggs, J. C. Briggs and
Tyre Noles, I w iil sell for cash, to the high
est and best bidder, at the court house door,
in the town of i oiumbia, r n Mouilar, the
lilth day of June, 1S77, the lollov-ing t'tict or
parcel of land, situated In the State of Ten
nessee, Maury County, 1.3 civil district of
said county, in the town of Hampshire, be
ing the place where the liev. J. B. Erwin
now resides, and bounded on the north by
the Bradford property and street; east and
south by A. L. Leftwick; west by a lot own
ed by ; containing acres, and levied
upon and to be sold as the properly of J. C.
Brlggs, to satisfy said execution and cost.
May 2.5. W. A. ALEXANDER, Sheriff.
For tlie accommodation of ouslomers, af
ter June 4th, we will deliver Milk aud But
ter from 5:.'i0 to 7 a. in.: and from 5 to 7 p. m.,
Sunday evening excepted. Orders for large
amounts filled on short notice. A liberal
discount on orders for benevolent purposes.
The patronage of the people is solicited
we will try to please all. Patrons and oth
ers desiring milk, lietween aud after hours
for delivery, will always find a supply at
our depot, Chafllu it liushton's groceiy
maj 20-2m. FAIRMONT M ILK CO.
Boot and Shoe Maker,
South Embargo Street,
Columbia, : : Tonnessee.
1 desire to say to my
old customers aud
others, that I slill make Boots aud Shoes,
aud that no one else is authorized to sell
hem. Auy person or merchant pretending
o sell my Boots or Shoes, is defrauding tlie
ublicl, for he is teMing a falsehood.
May IS 77-ly. PEl KR BECKENBACH.
Mry I Frieda's,
PARTLY-MADE DRESS SHIRTS.
Also, keeps a full slock: of
Furnishing Goods !
ii?" We have received our Spring Stock .of
(I.kh)s, ami the people will find everything
they can call for at our house. Special induce
ments to exsh buyers. Come one! Come all.
April iH-lf. EMBRViS FRIE1WON.
M $ VI H
IS NOW KECEIN1NG A FINE AND
SPI JiN Dl D lAil ur
And isselllngjiis Winter Stock at cost
to make room. Has on hand a
;iot of of the best 2
Boots, Shoes and Hats,
Of the latest and best quality al
ways on band.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
1 -wlir, ncrln h jwrt, - omUh tij, the best Of
Goods to order, and charge the lowest living
price for them. Come and see opposite
Embry & Frierson's.
March-2tf JOHN TYLER.
A. G. EOULSTONE,
STIX, BE & CO.,
North West Corner of Third and
Pianos and Organs
FOR SALE AND RENT.
1 have a uew Piano and Orean, both of su
nerior tone aud finish, containing all mod
em improvements, thai 1 offer lor sale at
f ... .. .... r..n.. .......
mtiipiice, wjiii mhiiiiiiiruis uic iu.ij wa
rauteil to give satisfaction. Also, some sec
ond n;-nd Pianos for sale or rent on reasona
ble tes ms, KOBT. 1). Sil 11H,
Marcki oO-tim. Columbia, Tenn
GEO. V7. WILLIAMSON & J. A. SAILEY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
o. 42, Uroud trtt't,
Having this day suggested the insolvency
of James M. Neatheriey, deceased, to the
Clerk of the Conuty Court of Maury County
reunessee, notice is nereoy given to an per
sons having claims against said estate tc
file them duly authenticated with said
clerk on or before the 11th day of November.
177, for prorata distribution, or the same
will De lorevcr Darreu.
RING & CHEEK,
May 11-1877. Administrators.
Dissolution of Partnership
The firm of T. B. Rains & Co., having been
dissolved by the withdrawal of Mr. Brown,
all persons indebted to the nrm by note or
account, are respectfully requested to make
payment as eariy aseonvenienr., and a:i ac
counts not settled by July 1st, 1877, will be
placed in the ban. is of an officer for collec
MaylS-td. T. B. RAINS & CO,
By virtue of the nower in me vested by de
cree of the Honorable Chancery Court of
lawrence eouniy, -Tennessee, renaered on
the ljth day of November, ls.b, in the case
of John M. Terry vs. William Galloway et
his., ( the same being a compromise decree,)
I will proceed to sell to the highest bidder.
at tlie court house door in the town of Co
lumbia, Tennessee, on the 29th day of June,
1877, within the lawful hours, and according
to the terms oi saiu decree anu in saiistac-
tion thereof, the house and lot on which
said Gl!oway now resides, the same being
snuaLeu ju tne coiporHiiou 01 me saiu town
of Columbia, and on Spriug Street, which is
bounded as lollows; Beginning at the
north-east corner of a lot purchased bv Jas.
Sarven from W. H. Timmons and Johnson
Davison said street: thence east with the
south margin of said street21j 1-5 feet to a
stake; thence, south degrees, 300 feet to a
stake; thenoe north 8h degrees, west iH-'J 1 5
feet to a stake: thence north 3 degrees, east
132 feet to the south-west corner of tlie lot
sold, as afore stated, to said James Sarven
tiience easi wiiu ine line or said lot luo feet
lo a stake; thence north with the line of
said lot 2lo'.j feet to the beginning, contain
ing about acres, more or less. Said lot
will be sold according to the terms of said
decree, for one-fourth cash, the balance on
six, twelve and eighteen month credit, tree
irom ine equny oi redemption. For the ues
icrreu payments, a lien will be retained on
the land for the payment theieof, and
noies i.eai ing interest irom date will be re
quired of the purchaser, with good and ap
proved securities thereon. As to title, ref
erence is made to N. R. Wilkes, Win. Gal-
loway, v.j. weoster, anu me uecree in ine
Cnlise. w. il. IIMMUSS,
May 25, 1S77. Commissioner.
HHvinc this day suKKested the lnsolvecny
ofljcwis Harlan, deceased, to tlie Clerk of
the County court ot Maury county, Tennes
see, notice is hereby given to all porsons
Having claims j:ainst said estate to tile
them itutv autlieniic.'itea with said ClerR
on or before tlio 1st day of September, 1S77,
lor proraui distribution, or tne sume will be
lorevcr barred. M. u. iviu,
J une 1, 1S77. Administrator.
Lookout For Them!
Within the next two or three months the
country will be lull of "coal aseuts," oQer
ing "the best coal in the world" at almost
any price. Many of them cannot command
halt a dozen curs.
THE DIAMOND COAI,
if io rjriierimcnl, and Indue time it will be
ottered to the citizens of Columbia at prices
that will iUfy coitpetition lor a first-class
Every Man His Own Agent.
Buy direct from us, and you will get the
best coal in this market at theDowest Price.
We also keep the best Pittsburg coal in
stock. K.S. BK1NUHURST4CO.,
Ho. 2H Union Street,
Juueo-lni. Nashville ledn.
Titcomb & Ton ler,
At the Old blamh Corner Smith Mtii St.
atul Public Siputre,
Mt:rj it Lit a:i Solicits? ia Chscerj,
omep On tlie Bonlh side of the Square
V illi WilKOK lHi!lo k. K-blii-77-ly
BIG TUMBLE IN PRICES
NO. 39 PUBLIC SQUARE,
COU3IBIA, - . TJEIVIS.
REDUCTION IN GRENADINES!
REDUCTION IN P. K'S!
REDUCTION IN VICTORIA LAWNS!
REDUCTION IN JACONET LAWNS!
REDUCTION IN GRASS CLOTHS!
REDUCTION IN PARASOLS! .
REDUDTI0N IN FANS!
REDUCTION IN CUFFS AND COLLARS!
REDUCTION IN CORSETS!
REDUCTION IN HATS!
REDUCTION IN READY-MADE CLOTHING!
REDUCTION IN BOOTS AND SHOES!
REDUCTION HAS BEEN MADE ON ALL GOODS
IN OUR LINE, AT THE
39 PUBLIC SQUAIJE,
May 25, 1877,-lm. H. CRONE, Proprietor.
WE TAKE THE LlIJEIiTY OF CAL.L1NG YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR
NEW AND ELEGANT STOCK OP
IS AID SHOES, HUTS, ETC,
AND EVERYTHING HERETOFORE FOUND In OUR STORE,
To which we earnestly ask an inspection by you. It is hardly necessary for
us to say that in the purchase of these
(who lives in Cincinnati, and lias the advantage over all comperitors by be
ing constantly in the market,) has spared neither pains nor trouble, so that
we can state positively, that our Prices are the Lowest in
Maury County. We feel preud of your confidence iu the pant, and
hope to merit it in the future.
GOODS, AT THE LOWEST BOTTOM PRICES, shall be maintained,
and we cordially invite you to call and us see before buying elsewhere.
BB Particular attention to Merchants and large Cash buyers.
March 13, 1877. A. ROSENTHAL & BRO
MRS J. J. BRYANT, ACT.
Ladies' Bonnets, Hats, Ribbons, Flowers, Veils and Ties,
Feathers, Collars, Cuffs,
chiefs, and all the new Colors and Gloves.
A Speciality of Hamburg and Lace Embroidery.
t. full line of Trimmings, Corsets and
A General Assortment of
All ol which have been purchased in the EasVern varket.s at tho lowewt casli prices, and
will he hum lower I ban ever before. BUTTERICK'M PATTEKNH always on hand.
SfAM PINO and I'lNHLNU done to order.
Picture Frames, etc.
i i,qv innv...i mv strw.lr f Hookh. l'lctures. and In fj at. everything to lie found in a
flrst-class tiook. btore u luy o.u auuiu, next,
COME OI)E !
To the People's roiuar
FRESH GARDEN SEED.
Garden Seed just Received, and for Sale by
Drugs, IMim I Chemicals, Perfumery !
SOAPS, COMBS AND BRUSHE8,
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder
Articles, Books and Stationery, Kerosene Oil,
Lamps and Chimneys,
Garden Seeds, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
And Dye Stuff, Etc., Etc,
Pure Wines and Iiiq'iors for Medicinal pnrpospR, Patent Medicines, etc.
goods, our Mr, A. .ROSENTHAL,
Our reputation for selling RELIABLE
Collarettes, Ruffs, Handker
Tilters. A beautiful line of Ladies
Toilet Articles, Notions an
1 solicit a renewal ot oui tracie.
Mil. u. J. liiUA. i, Agent.
WALL PAPER, SHADES,
uoor mj me ruM,unicu, ujiinjiu: xiei-iuu uuuiw
COME ALL ! !
low price Book Btore.
& Bro.s' and Ferry's
Braces, Fancy and Toilet
We are still Agents for
THE BUCKEYE TABLE BIKE,
First introduced into the County last Season, at once took the lead as a
Reaper, gaininga 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:
T would nat exchange my Buckeye for nny muchinc." J. Harlan.
"The Table Hake eomes up to the reeomnit-udatJon. It in light draught for
two horses." Geo. N. McKannon.
"I saw the Table Jtake, and tliink it the hest 8eIf-Ituko IJt'iiiK.r I ever saw
at work." James llogc.
"I tried both the Champion and the Buckeye flelf-Hakes thoroughly. The
Buckeye is light draught; more easily handled; naves and delivers fhe grain
lietter; saves down grain; has the bent Pitman connection; fe.-w machinery and
more durable. It in the machine to buy." TUos. JL Williams.
CILl II OUR STORE illD
AGENTS, ALSO, FOR THE
ill Reliable" Swecpstakss
The highest market price for Cotton,
You can find the best stock of Sugar,
XCA LI, T1IK ATTENTION OF THE FA KM K IIS ANU TH K PUBMC OENEItALLY
. that 1 am now well prepared to buy oil liio flnrn Rann. 1 hii mil. hikI will
pay the IIigbet Market I'rice in CaMli. I
my Htore IluuHe, and If parties don't wlRb to
with tSackftand Storage lor It until they nee
Produce stored In my pos.seK.sion. In connection with tills, I k-ep a very liirije Htock of
Family Groceries and Plantation HuiiDlies. consist ini; In mil t of Hu -ir. ( -!I.-e. Flour. I'a
con, Lard, Tobacco, WhiHky, Ste. So be mire to call and He ine beore yon do your buy
ing or Helling. Keinein ber 1 pay cash for all I buy.
No. 40 East Side Public Square,
5r The Oldest Established
Greo . Pl.OxlhoLi n & Co.,
DKA REUS IX
WATCHES, JEWELRY and DIAMONDS,
Sterling asl Plate! Silverware,
AT BOTTOM PRICES FOR CASH.
I Liivc tlie ln
Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Gaiters, French
Eid Button Boots, Front and Side Lace
Boots, Pebble and Kid
-ALSO A FULIi IjINK OP
I liaveaeliolceaHnortiiieut. lncluJlng every
Htetnou'H cUNtoin niaie goooun.
May 4, 1877.-3m. 7V.
boys' mWi&w vm
' llifelk. BOOTS.
Maury County for the
HUE 111! BUCKtYt
may 1-77 -Uin.
OF CORN WANTED
FOUNDS BACON SIDES WANTED AT
Corn, Wheat, Bacon, will be paid nt
Coffee aud all kind Family Groceries at
a!o lutve a very imut; ware IIoiih" outtlilo ot
Hull their Corn now, 1 will lurniHh them
lit to Hell, anil I will only fharue 1 rent per
I OLXJM BI A, TENNKHHEK.
Jewelry Uouso in the City
Spectacles, Soli Tent, Clocks, 2ic,
- NASHVILLE, TENN
lverware Made to Order. feb2-77-tf
- Ht Sl4Mk of
Celebrated Gold Medal
d enlrable novelty, AIho a full Hue of
33 - IDOSBINB.