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THE HERALD AND MAIL.
Friday Morning-, October 26, 1877.
Sknathk KntNAN TCsUi-ts tliat
"N'v Y(Tk w ill p lii'tuni-ratio in the
i-oniinji i-ltvtioii by .lo.iMfii majority.
MolKIITAlt I'ASIIA. OIIt f 111-'
Turki-h Jftieral-, lost ls.ot.Hi men mid
twenty funH, in lii-s li.i.-triw I:ttl'
TEii BRORCKf-wlio inale the f:f test
time on record at Iiouisville last sum
mer, was lxaten two length at lfeilti
more 'VViilnedsy ly Pnrole.
J. II. Fn.LTCX St Co., who liavc nm
the frreat Maxwell House po Biii-ce--full.v
for several ycrn, have not re
newed their lease, ami Col. .Tilson P.
Johnson, proprietor of the (J:lt House,
Louisville, will take eharre of it.
'Hie Maxwell is the Itest appointed
hotel In the South.
TEE SASTES1T WAS. '
0;man Pasha's Army en the Verge of Star
The Russians and Roumanians ActiTely
TOYS! TOYSIv,."TOYS !
37 Public 8nuire, Nashvill.Tenn.
We are oft. riug, at wholesale, au unusually large and jftltraetivo stock of TOYS and
As explo-jo(i oci-iirn-d in a
Hear ;la-irow, Scot land, Oct.
in thought that fx' workmen
the mine, and all kill-.sl.
Tin. monument lo Will'u? Blount,
Mr! fjoverii or of l -iiiu-smv, was nn-vi-ilisl
last WediU-da.V at ( lalk-ville.
Spcfi-lie-i wi'i-i! mad.' I y li'iv. Porter,
lion. i. A. Henry, Hon. N. S. I'.rown.
I'ri.AHii has n new th-.-t-ela.--M hotel,
the tNlxjin Hou-e. It wiH he ready
for the puhlie in ahout two -weeks.
J ul-ki has many handsome luiMitiK,
and .-he de-jrve-t have a fir.st-elafs
SuvKKAh of the IJepuhliean wlio
ruled and rohlied Kir South Carolina
have Ueii -iten (l to the penitentia
ry, audit i- leli ved that d'ov. Cham-l--rl:iiit
and Senator Patterson, Mho
are e'pially iruilty, will share a like
Tin: Anicrh-ni linds fault with
Hayes tu-rmi.-e he ha- no 1iey.
" Tho-c who live in i;Ia-s hous-s," eto.,
etc. The Anri-in is looked upon as
the lending Pemoeratie orjrun in this
State, and if it has over had a lold
line ot'p.,liey in i:dvancc of puhlie wu
tiiueut, behave U-en unahlcto K-e it.
lr It - Important that Louisiana,
South Carolina and Florida sdiould
have the )overnoi whom the iopIe
elcctsl. and if for Toriiiittinir this
Hayes deserves prai-e, ii it not etially
important that the people of the
I'niled States should have the IVesi
deut whom they hvted? And shall
J I ayes atone for his great wrong in de
frauding the people of the United
State.- of their choice h.v allmvinjrtliree
States that which was their own by
all just right?
I-.I.IVTMNS are -0011 (o takejUace m
New York, New' Jersey, Pennsylva
nia and Massachusetts. The Demo
erats are confident of carrying the
first three, aiel not without hone of
l"inr vietoriyiM even in the old Hav
State, t.'en. Loirau, the well known
I'epuhliean ox-Senator of Illinois, says
AViscoii-in is certain logo Ienioeratie
at her next election. The people are
dvteniiiueil to put the cal of condem
nation on the l'roidcnti'il fraud.
In. W. K. MrjtfRV, the greatest
orator we ever heanl, uieI ul .Jonos-
horo, la-t Tuesday. He was found
kite l'uig lieside his bed, ajiparently iu
gool health. Mr. Clair.his brother-in-
law, attempted to assist him, when
Dr. Muusey threw hi arms around
him and expired without st struggle.
Dr. Muusey wai aliout fifty years old.
and tducateil himself. He mastered
the curriculum of the University of
Va. while he was a traveling Metho
dist preacher. He was truly a genius.
He waaa minister of the M. K. Church
South. This church has ln-t two of
It- greatest preachers lately, Dr. John
C. Duncan, ol a., and Dr. Munsey.
tiKX. Roynton, the unusually well
informed eorref pondent of the Cincin
nati Uaz'lt, furnishes this bit tf Intelligence:
Those are not few who talk of bring
ing eii. tirant into the field for the
next race. The men who propose this
have among them some skilled orgau
iers Miid inttiiinulMtor- of the iiarlv.
Thov believe that the triumphs of the
-olid South, and the prominent reap
pearance upon the )tilitleal stage of
the leaders of the reU'llion, w ill have
so disgusted the North long before the
next Republican "Convention, that
such a name as t Jrant will be needed
by the jwrty, and that under his party
the Republicans can conquer again.
The signs are numerous that there is
much In thi movement, and its
foundations are U-Ing laid by men
whose trade is politics.
Mack, of the Saint Louts Ulahr
D'.iiiocrnf, sjieut three days in trying
to grasp tc-e situation of the national
capital, and finally reached this con
"I find that ignoring the grand di
vision into two partieM Republican
ami IVmooratic the assembled politi
cal wisdom of the Nation mav be di
vided in thro distinct classes: 1
Those who indorse what the Presi
dent ha done, but deny his title to
theofHce of President: Those w ho
defend lwith the title and the policy,
and en'ov in return a livelv sense of
favors to come. 1 think this I- a fair
analysis. I certainly have not yet
seen a Democrat who did not dispute
the title, era KopuMican who 1 1 1 not
denounce the "policy," unless antone;
the latter I include the ephemeral
brM?d of small politicians to whose ex
istence the sunsliineof otllcial favor is
a prime necessity.
H vYi'.s' nies-.iire to Convrress is an
unimportant document. He takes no
positive ground on any ijiiestion. He
tries to throw the Hume of not pro
viding for the army upon the Demo
cratic House, when he know- the
fault bfloiiiis (,) ih, KnihYal Senate
which wanted the army to be iisi..1 for
political purposes, and also to Hay.-,
whose duty it i-a-to have called Con
gress together sooner. Hijyes neither
advocates tl e reduction nor the in
crease of the armv. The truth is he
leailer he follows, not
I 'iil 'licuj.il i ion. Hi.-overwhclm-
i. teal for I'le.-idint alone made
1 1 i i the hlooiiy shirt and lake up
liie jiai-ill'-atory jNilicy w hich theD-ni.
ui-rals hail b'-cii adx ocating for toil
vt ars or more,
The annual meeting of the slock
holders of the Nashville and Decatur
Rail Road met in Nashville host week.
Col. SIosh, chairman reported that
the terms ot the lease haI leon corn-
Hied with, in all respects, the viv
inx paid all of the floating debt ol
t he company, with the exception of
the Hobletz debt, which is still in liti
gation the interest ujion the lnded
debt, the sinking fund, and the divi
dend in the stockholders. The elec
tion of directors resulted as follows:
J. W. Sloss, W. M. Duncan. John
I'. Vhele . A. Hume I.u-k, D. R
Clifle, Thus. F. Perkins. Sr., John
I'rierson, John Rallanfant, Thos. M,
Jones, It. F. farter, S. K. Rose, d'oo
Mason. !. S. Houston, J. T. Tanner,
J. V. Sloss was re-elected President,
and i .eorge . N nv f-eT'tarv.
John F. YVhcless John I'rierson and
J. V. Slo-s were ai)oinied a special
committee to disposed of the Duck
River Vallcv and Ml. Pleaseint
branches of the road. AVm. M. Dun
call, John F, -YVheh-s- and John Orr
were appointed nsthe Fxeeutivo Com
mittee, after w hich the Board adjourn
hiMKiN, Oct., A Sim nit za. dis
pjitch says ruin is falling heavily with
everv apiK-arance of a long eontinu-
ri'i. ..I . 1 1 I... I
.luce. in io.hi art nu oio nopev-a- . j.aU(,v OimhIs for i lie Uul.lLAV8, towUlcU we Invito llieeuUou oX inrrcliniits only.
b!e. There was never anything lee it : October Mb, l77..Jin , . V'i, iOVAS4CO.
..t TV, 1,. ., -Mi-Tiirluli ol.li..l-u I . :
deserted Oman Pasha's camp to-day, i n,, t, iihu'IJTli I tvt -tvi
ui.d .leelMi-e lliere w ;.s so lilt e foiwl in 1 I llhlluld A II A h l f, I , I vU
' ' ' - - - -- - - - - - -- " ' - - ' - -i l V. mm mi A'AJ AM. m.1M m-M-M-W m.mmml m. .
l'l.l'll'l 1 I .k t llltfl 111f.ll fillll- frilt IllMklltltl '
1 . . ...V ...... V . ........ .
of bread in twenty-four hours. There
were l..,rKMi men in Plevna who could
only lo made to surrender bv hunger.
Till: FOKCKS IX ASIA.
Tin- Russians have lie fore Kan sev-
entv thousand men. .Moukht.ir Pa-:
hu'sarmyat the time of the battle
lid not comprise more than fortv j
thousand men. Among thee were!
fourteen battalions drawn from the
garrnsoii ot Kars. l lie Ootfoman '
field army lost at least one-third of its
strength in killi'd wounded and cap
tured. A few battalions remain avail- ;
able to retire on l'r.crouni, and united
with the troops of Kurd Ismail Pasha '
and those from Perunckc, from the ,
nucleus of a new army for the relief of ,
Kars. The rami Duke Michael can!
safely leave forty thousand men inj
front of Kars, and with the remainder!
press forward towards Kreroum. j
Tin: stKf.i: or pi.kvxa. ;
lhi iau bulletins from llevna say ;
the siege operations are progressing.:
The (ire is concentrated on some point ;
and apiK-ars to have considerable ef-.
fed. Suleiman Pasha is concentrat
ing on the Ismail front of the C.aro
witch's lei5! wing with the intention of :
attacking as soon as the w eather per-:
OSM AX ATT.M'KEH, ;
O.-man IV-ha telesfranhs that the
tiiemy attacksl his jtosition on his j
right w ing, Friday. The attacking j
party, only one batallion and Home J
sapHTs, respnlsed. This was proba- ;
bly a feint to draw Osmau'a attention j Sugars
I mm i .ra ita, as a, injenaresi semi
ofHcial paper, the lonianil, announ
ces that Roumanians thrice ut Hacked
tlu second -Jravitza redoubt, but wore
repulsed. Do-tails are wanting.
i'orn, per bu
Wheftt, per bu
Clioi5e, Ni M K alis
Im perm I
Iaigil.-U lil'CH Riant
Baron Imperial- -
Tolet, per dozen -
Hliavloji, per dozen.... -
Timotliy and Herds CJrsspr. ton
Floor ajirt Meal
7.V,. 1 -J"
7.j'-i 1 -i
Java coiTee per !?
1,hkuh ra per U
Kio jer Ui
Hio roasted per Vi
A. Cofteo siiKar pi r It.
'. Yellow sugar per h....
Hi iB t, N.O. per It.
Cut Loaf per it.
0 ru.slitil per !
xl per ir. ..
led rer 1'..
Mackerel Xi I
Suicide cf William Hnrrell la Hickman fi?gl$Z.hz::
wettB' Conntrv Prodnce-
C orrespondence of tbe Banner,
TiTLY Swamp, Tknn., Oet. 21. The
citizens ofihiseniinuiiity were shook- ;
sl vestTday evening by the intelli
gence that young V ilham Murroll had
committed" suicide, alKut one and one
lialf miles from thisIaee, by placing
a revolver to his head and blowing out
his brains. Murrell was returning 1
from Nashville in canipany with his j
young wife (having leeii married but i
two weeks i and Mr. Sylvester Rooker. i
When near Mr. R. D. I .yell's house, j
on tin-Nashville and Pinewood road,;
he and his wife sejiarattil, she going to !
her mother's, and young Murrell pro- '
ee'ds homeward with Mr. Rooker. !
)liswifehal gone but a short ilis-'
ta nee from the wagon, in which Mr.,
Hooker and Murrell were driving, ,
when Murrell stepittl a few rods from
the road and drawing his pistol,
placed it to his forehead and pulled :
the trigger, the I mi 11 entering a little
above the ha-o of the bram, killing ,
him instantly. Justice Jones sum-':
moiii'd a jury, and held an inUest j
over the remains, nitd returned a ver
dict in accordance with the facts a
s!atc(alMvc. Domestic troubles are'
supposed to have been the cause of the '
young man's lash act. He was a man
noted for his amiable temper., steady ;
habits and sterling industry, and
leaves many svmpalhi.ing friends.
I Il 'KM AX.
ltlce per !!
Honey per I'.
Kaisins per II.
t'lu rants per if.
Caudles per !!
Starch jier IN
Bran per cwt
Shorts per cwl
Il'-ans per It.
Hominy per ;
Nails per Iti
Chestnuts per bu
vs. - Petition for Divorce.
Wary A. Kenneth)
v IlapTearing o roe from tho pluiutin's
hill, liied in Lbe above, wliich is swuro lo.
Hint the defendant Mary A. Heiinelt, is a
non-resident of Hie State of Tennessee, so
that the ordinal y process of la w cannot be
served upon her: it Is therefore ordered by
me that publication be uiwlc in tiie Colum
bia He-laid and J all, a newspaper publislied
in tiie town Molumbia, M.ury county,
Tenneasee, for trur consecuUve weeks, re
quiring the aiiJ-Jefendanl to appear at the
next term of thfcCireuit Court, to be held at
the court-houson said t'wn of l'oliimbi,
on the first Momlay in January next, rliI
plead, answer or demur lo plaiutirt 's bill, or
Hie same will lie ta'teu for conftiised, and
set for hearine ex pane.
v. J. wHirrnouNi:, cierk.
A. If. Itrown, Jr., So!icitor for coinilaiu't.
Octotor 12, ls77.
Having this hny su(ft;ested the insolvency
of the ornate of Jarviu J. l'rtmin, dee'd, lo
the Clerk of Hie County Court of Maury
county, Tennessee, uoliee in hereby given
to all persons liavintc claima against said
estate lo Hie tbem duly ant beuticAlcd with
said Clerk on or before the -lh day ol Febru
ary, 1H7S, for prorata distribution, or the
same will be forever barred.
October .", 1S77. Adintnistratcr.
Tin: fourth annual Held trial nnd
rhooung touriiameni of the Tennessee
Stat: Sport snian's Association, will le
held at Nashville, November 1 -, l't,
11. I1', and IT. There arc four
st.iki-.: Piipjiy stake.-. .;n:i, "or point
ts and setters under Is uioulhs. H
( '. I'rilchiti gic-SL'" in gold to the
I miner ot t he !u-t trained iiii in ties
stake. ( 'hampion slake.-, SVH, ojx ti
to all. 'aii Kirkmaii gives '- iu
;ld to the trainer of the best trained
dog or bitch in this stake. The Dip
nt I'ow.h'l' i 'opipaiiN 's stake, $L'Vi,
for I'l'.icio.. open to all. J. F. Nichol
son gives ." in gold to the fralner of
thcin'st trained brace iii this stake.
St. .oui Kennel ( 'lull slake, Ssil or
up. .Ml races w ill ! on ijuail. A
isrge territory is now being guarded
from hunter-. Heart Jen. Harding's. for
the lb Id tied-, (hi the morning of
the lir-t trial the hundred ipiails will
. . i, ,--
is inrucii iiMise, . i,. iiruman i
President of tin- Association, and
Joseph 11. IK'W , id' this couulv, is h
niembcr of the l.vci iiiivc Committee
1 1 r has li i-oni" ol' Hayes' gusli
and Key's . ul .l-cr'.' We were told
licit tin' millennium h-el coioe, oli
tiisi was dead, parties were buried, and
the bloody shirt burned up; but the at
titude of the KciiwMicitu Senate does
not look exactly lhal wa. 'J'he Repul
bean Senators rally to the standard of
Conkling. IW.-iine. and r.Mmunds, with
all I he old p.ii'lisMii zeal, bigotry and
hatred. Tiny voted against the ad
mission ot spotlord and luistts, 0f
TAiuisi.iiia. simply Ini-iiusc thev wiic
DeubN-rats. and tlu-y don't want
any more Democrats in the Senate.
These w Icki'il. but able men, have
heretofore fought a weak enemy with
the weajvun of n tyrant, hut now thev
tight whh desperation against fall
.lohn Siierm.in w cut to New Orleans
aft-.-r tiie 1 'residential election, and
there made arrangements tor cheat
ing Til I. -n out of the Presidency, and
seeing t'l.ii foe I i. .. m y-h il t was no
At there-union ef Confederate sot
diers at Franklin, last Thursday, it
wa agreed lv the siir'ivnig niemls-r
ot the Second I en ik-si-co i Forrest 's
Cavalry to make it a permanent or-
gauialion and hold annual re-uulyie
in the fiittiro. To efj'ect this o'iioi-t--aii
informal meeting was heM.
t 'ol. H. Morton was chosen Pres
ident: Lieut. Thomas Adkison and
(osirgo Smilhson, icc-l'residt til-
and Lieut, (i eorge r . Hager, Secreta-
It was ngrl to hold the next meet
ing at tiallatm, lenn., in Angus).
The Secretary was also instructed to
apjxHUt a eommitte of arrangements
prior lo i.'ie meeting m August.
To ilia Amorloaiii
At a mi't'img held liy survjvjng
liK'iiun'rs of the I wenty-fourth Ten-ni-nsee
Regiment, C. S. A., at Frank
lin, on the 1Mb of October, 1877, it
wa determined to hold a re-union of
the old regiment, in the city of Nash
ville, at as early a day as practicable.
The following officer "were elected:
Col. Sam Shannon, President. F.
M.Jackson, Co. A; R. F. Robert and
Robt. Tindall, Co. R; J. YV. Johnson.
Co. C; V. J. White, Co. D: R. J. la-
vis, Co. F.: i: S. Hanee. Co. H: Tho.
J, Walker, Co. I; and S. XV, Edwards,
Co. K; Vice. I 'residents, H. W. Vain.
Secretary, and ('apt, Jo J. (Jreen, Cor-
Tfie Nashville Ainrirait. Franklin
Rer fir and Jnuniat, Columbia lfrr-
ald and Mail, Murfreeshoro A'r'-s,
Marta lndr.r, Shelbyville (iaziKr,
dielhyville Vmmrrvial, Iii-'oation
raid, and (allatin J-lraimnrr. are
reijui'stoil to publish this notice.
Philadelphia Lset to the Sepifclie&ss.
I'hlludetphia Correspondence of the 'ew
i oik .tribune.
JpiMit: Kri.i.VA" is iu high feather
over the prosiect of the tireenbaek
ers. He aniiounees. as evidence of the ,
growing strength of the ('reenbaeki
movement, that the Xnrh Ana rU-nn j
i;i!i! has invited him to contribute
an article to the next number on Re-,
ACE U T A 1 X CU H K FOTl
A larsje uumber of leidlmouials could be
ho ii lulled, but 4 select only one, because
all rue leaders oft his paper know him. It
is from l'r. i:. E. liniHllell, an experienced
iiruifisi aim a man oi i ue uiguesi integrity
lie si s:
NAsiI VlI.Lt, Tl Nov. l-sr
avc ':-. -V. ;.. (
l'r, Klake, ! the Cimibei land 1'resbyte
rian l'ulil:sliia(5 House, Naslivilie, nac mo
a boitie of your 'WINK I'l' CAUld l." As
1 have bceu lit the drug busiuess iu Ibis
cily lor u number ol years, I anew of never
ai ladles wbo were gleut sutlerers In couse
ijueuce ol menslrual disturbances, and one
iu pai ticulur, whose Millerlujjs were no icreat
" . at uer "moniiiiy perimis," itiaisue ireijuenl
r-jix. i c .- r.i . , y bad Kpasius. j leit liiHl llilx wouia be a
We are aulborlv.eil lo Hiiiioimen W T Fll. Kood test, aud IiiHNellie mi tlietu-j lo her.
WAIU), as a candidate for -ouuty Trustee She took it us direcietl by you, aud ilentire
al Hie ensuing August election. , ly relieved her. It Is certainly a wond-rlul
1 remedy, anil I triint that tiie day will mmiii
We me autboriz'-it lo announce M. . come wuen ail the women win, stiller thus
Wo are authorized to announce the name
of Mr. W. D. DAVIS, as a candidate lorteber
ifT, at tbe eusuinu August election.
l oli Clh'CL r VOVliTVLKHK.
Ve arc autliorized toannounce SAMl'EIj
D. 1'. M i E W EM as a c oidid.ile tor l iiviut
i otii t Clerk at (neeusuiui; August electlou.
We authorised to iinuouuce 'J'H-:o. LIPS- ,
COM 11 lor Circuit Cuurl Clerk at tho next
August ctivtiou. J
We are nul)iorl7.ed to hiiihhiucc W. o. 1
W ( i ll l-dtsl'iii'N as a candidate tor Circuit !
Court clerk at the euwuing election.
1 jU roVSTY VOUKT VLL'UK. j
We are authorized to announce A. N. :
Alvl N lor County Court Clerk at the emu-,
ing August elcclion.
K1NZEK for Truslee at Hie ensuing August
J UJl JifXHSTLl;. j
We ore nntliorlzeil to announce JAMES
iHL'NTi HuIXil. as a candidate for Kegls- :
ter hi ine t uhuiug .viigusi eiecuon.
Wo are aut.tiorl7.tsl to announce .lulls
CAKIt for Register at lue eusulng August
will have acei-ss lotuur medn-li.e,
1 ours very truiy, 4 E. liuoDl.EXT.
MauufactuiL-d and sold by
It. E. Mi ELKEE & I .,
W j the lepit, Tenil.
For side by all Druggiv.s.
Price One Dollar
i r mayui;.
W nre ntttlioiied to announce .Major
John T. WILEIAMHON as acaudidate lor
Msyor of Col urn bia.
We are authorized to niiiinunae JutlX
L.TTA, Ja., lor Mayor, at tbe ensuing No
w 1:1 i.-torie-
termine. I to ebauge the po!ii-y of his
parly, and get on the Democratic plat
form ot' rci 1 1 i I i;t i ion. which had won
the vi.-toi.v. It w.i- a dis.pcr.ite under
taking, but il V;i a i'ii ii r rrmn t.
Tic l.iioeli't tio.i has op 'iit. Jii ,.ycs
t ' 1.1- mistake. lie h.id- tail fraud
wil! leu win. though it as-iinn-s ;i vir
it has ii :. Tin
S.u rniall catli'd a meeting of Ivcpuhli
c.iis at I. is hou.-e iu W.-i-hi.igton the
other ti:ght, for the purpose of uu'h
j'ug pint of his ow n work. Ho ex
plained aw ay Hayes' ci il service or
der, rohi!'!f :ng o:'.i.-t -holder frm
)jriiciating in jiolitics; saying that
Hayes 1 1 id not iicnu w hit he said. I'v
cryho.lv knew it m .-i - all a sham from
the start, ju-t like bis so-c.iei pacifi-i-.ilory
policy. in n they find that
Ihcch it cr ii v otk against the II -publii
iin paity. il 1 1 1 : : I h -topped, or
;.o eji. lined nw.iv p, loe.ili Hot hiug.
TheSoiitbi rn policy v.a- ailopted afo-r
it (-ai!ie ine il:il....;,i,d m;.dc i virtue
of. ill order to m ike tin- South Repub
lican. Finding ihi-. dis s not w ork,
Siu i man and the other Republican
are resorting to thohloodv shift UKth-
A bad feature of the situation for tlx
Republicans is that thev can no longer
count ii xin Philadelphia for its oh I v'e-
ptiMit au majority of from lO.iMHI t iM,-
uuo, and they w ill probably not get any
majority nt all here. ' he local organ
i.at ion j broken into two discordant
factions one led by I)sMton " and the
other by Rowan. Themayor has di-
recttsl his jfolice not to pa y one dollar
of assessnu-iit, ami be aeem disposed
to let the elect ion go by default. Those
w ho are familiar with t he influence of
the police in a city campaign w ill aj
preeiate I he effect of t h is indi (Veren I at
titude t hi ear. It is possible that f he
State Com mittee may pluck up cour
age, shake oil" its let hargv and organ
ize a brisk fortnight's canvass: but
there are no signs as yet of such inten
tion on their part, except to issue a
leiiT-eis p is Lunation calling uisn
R epublican voters to U- true to theirj
party, which luis niluciil th State
debt by -onie -sL'7,evio,iMHi, ton! has nl-
w a. b 'cu true to its trusts. Senator
Cameron, w bo, it w ill he recollected,
eoiitrollisl the hr.e conven
tion, might 1m- esjiecteil lo step hi at
this critical juucturi and makea hero
ic cH'orl to preserve the old ascendency
of the party: but it is reorteil bore
that he w ill husband his strength and
money for next year, when a legisla
ture is to ! chosen. That .Legislature
w ill re-elect Cameron or somelsslv in
hi place, aud his t hough I arc naitir
ally in that direction, and he is busy
with plan to carry clow districts ne't
year rather I ban making what seem
to be a close light this fall.
I UK Al.VFKMKX.
We nre anthorined to nnnounce tSAAC
M. I'OWEI.I. as a candidate, for Alderman
in Third Ward.
We ara aulhori.od to announce JAMES!
T. HAKHAH.i N as a candidate for Alder
man in the Third ward.
We are authorized to .innonneeS.ii.COM-
KTOUK ns a candidal!- for Alderman In the
We are aiilhorl.-d to iinnounce NAT
liOEM A N.us a caituidate for Alderman lu
Ward No. I.
We are authorized to announce J. KENT
HiJl'LiE as a caudiJuto for Alderman lu
We are mil liorl.ed to announce Dr. A. L.
rtl.EoW us a caudldato for Alderman in
Ward No. 1. 't
At Hie solicitation of many citizens, WIL
LIAM WUOI is announced ns a candidate 1
lor Alderman In Hie Second Ward.
We are authorise d to nnuounce ttie follow
iriK Kent lemon as candidates for Aldermen:
First Ward A. E. Pillow, W. E. Tucker,
Oeo. II. Dixlson.
Weare a..tliorized to announce the follow
inj pin Ik - as candidates for Aldermen.
EU cl ion in November next:
Ei rst Ward: William . I. Andrews, Dr. A.
E. Pillow nud Ii. M. I 'rierson
Second Ward: J. Molt Hodge, A. Barr,
and Ij. M. Malthrwh-,
Third Ward: Lr: Joe Herudou, (Jeorge D.
Hodge, aud E, A, lioyd
TURBIiiE 1MB WHEEL.
Cit'AKA N TEliD THE li E T.
STOUT, MILLS & TEMPLE,
Jlauiij'ai (' rs aiid l'r"firi' hjr.
A I.S( i. flour and Pn.
jer Mill Murbinery,
and tieneral Mill Fur
nishers. E:nie ilhiK
tiated catalogue sent
pee on application to
Sloul, Mills Tem
ple, Duj ton, Ohio, or
i heir Agent,
T. W.Tl KP1N.
. ; '
nie aotenal upswing of the stockholdi rs
ol tbe bank of Columbia, will be held at
their office hi Columbia, Tenu., on Tuexlay,
November i, ls.T, for the purpose of electing
directors for the ensuinic year.
tout, o, 1S77. W. P. 1NUKA1M. Cashier.
Having Uiis day sugaesled the insoi vency
of the estate of W. il. Dooley, ilec'd, to the
Clerk of the County Court of Maury county,
Tennessee, nonce Is hereby given to all
perilous ha vim claims against said estate to
file them duly authenticated with said
clera ou or before Hie ;"t It day of January .
is, 8, for prorata distribution, or tbe same
will be loreverharred.
D... HOEl t 1MB,
October o, 177. Administrator.
"Iursuauttothe last wi 1 aud testament of
David C. Jon en, dec 'U, I will proceed to sell
to Hie highest anil best bidder, ou the prem
ises, on Thursday, the 'ith day ot October,
1M7, the loliowiim described tract ol land
situated in tiie 4th civil district of l,ewis
county, Tennessee, and lxnndeil as follows:
1 10 the north by the land of W. II. Padey;on
Hi east by the lands ol J. W. Jennings and
Wro. Beckum;on the siiuth by the laud of
lwls Idlmore; on the west by the laud of
W. C. Wblttliorue. Said land contains 1 so
acres, more or lees, with the incumherancd
of the Wirtow's dower. Will be sold en a
credit ol twelve months, with Interest lroirs
date, with approve security, aud a lieu re
tained to secure tho payment of the pur
chase money. W. T. McCEAIN,
October 5. ii77. l-;xecuior.
A tract ol land with good improveineiits
and line stateoi cultivaUou, coulalnin Vni
acres, or will nell 1 In or l.'iii acres, with im
proveiuenls. or another tract containiu!;
.'"0 acres, well watered, nnd a splendid
stock, larru, witn goial improvemeniij.
Cheap and terms easy. See o. address
W. B. KANNON,
oct5- It. Hurrricane, Maury co., Tenn.
Having this day suggested the Insolvency
of Hie estate of John M. Rartiam, dee'd, to
the Clerk of the County Court of Maury
county, Touuessee, notice Is herebv uiveu to
all persona having claims against said.es
late to lile them duly nut heu Heated with
said cleik on or before the "ah day of April,
177, for prorata distribution, or Hie same
will lie forever barred.
W. I. MILLS,
October otU, 1S77. Administrator.
J. J. Miller et al., vs. F. B. YeatcK t al.
Pursuant to au order made at the Sep-teiula-r
term. Is77, of tbo Counly Court of
Maury county, in the cause of .. I. Miller el
al vs. F. li. Veaieii et al., 1 will sell time
highest bidder, on t he premise, ou Satur
day, Hieo.l day of Novemljer, ls77, one hun
dred aud five acres ;of the hind descnla'd in
the pleadings, lyiui; In the 7th civil district
of Msnry county, Tennessee;eiv;hy acres ol
said lands bounded on the norih, east and
west by tbe lands of Newton Matthews, and
ou the south by the lands of Kobertand El
bert Matthews; the rentainiug twenty-live
ic-res adjoins the lauds of Newlou Matthews
et at. The eighty acre tract is covered by
the irioow's Uower of (o acres, ot which lij
acres tho remainder interest will lie sold.
Said laud will be sold on a credit of one aud
two years, except leu er cent ou amount of
sale, whicu will be required iu cash ou day
of sale to pay eosis and attorney's lees.
Notes with approved security, bt-ariug in
terest from date, will be required ol the pur
chaser, and a lieu retained upon tue sulk-:
to secure Hie payment ot the purchase
money. A. '. AKIN, C. i C.
bepleinber , li,i.
JLaiid For Sale.
A valuable tract oi tiny acres oflan l for
Sale, li ing about one half a mile from Col-
unioiauii niuiuuiiisiiiittpiKi', one, half of
ii iiueiy iimueieu wiu neauiuul Kites for
building. Will sell asa whole or tn lots
August 17 Uiu Columbia, Teun.
Valuable Land for Sale.
On Saturday. Oct. til h. 1S77. I will snii t..
tha higheNt bidder, at Ml. Pleasant.
of land known as The Samuel J. lugranr
place, lyint on llig Hlghy Creek, two miles
soutli-wesi of MU Pleasant, containing i;isi..
acres. It is splendid land, lies well, and
well watered. Part is crock bottom, and
tbe balance Is uood unland. All eienni
and lu cultivation. Fences ciwwl. ami i.uir
tlor.en good springs oh the place. Terms
made knowu on day of sale. ioot country
house, aud several tenant houses.
bept.i-JMo , J. H. CECIU
have in stock ;t lirst-el.iss
R.cal Instate !
J'.y u I ne ol :i decree of Hie Chancery
l oun at i uiniiiUi.i, lenij.. rendered at ils
A pril term, J. 7, in I in causeol 11. i '. Chiirdi
vs. W.i '. Taylor, el al., I will sell at the
court-house door in Ilia loun ol I oltnubla,
ou tlus -'il h diiy of November, ls77, Ihe fol
lowing described tract ir pareeis of land,
to-wlt: One lo', situated lu tlietovrnol
Sam a Kc, Maury uuly. Teuu., being the
southern Hrtion of lot No. !.,. and bounded
w dillowf: PeKiuiilUK at a roek In the
outh-east corner of lot No. 1 running
thence north .'17 fet4 lo a rock; llunri wwi
VI feet lo a stake; t beuce Miutii :i7 leet lo a
roioc; t neuce sii j,nt u, ine oeginmng.
Also, one other Had ot land, situated In
Hie Islh civil district ol Maury cohuiv,
Tenn., being the same on which J. T. Spark
mnu resided in Afril, Is7.,aud described as;
follows: Lies west of the low u ol Santa Fe
about ouc-toiirih ot a mile, and Is bounded
on the north by the laud of John Mc
Meeus; on Hie smith and south-west by ihe
eruou road: on the south by the 4 acre lot
iMiuhf by parkman Ironi liadowsy; ou '
theiaislby Woo. Vutinger'n Imiih mil row
ley's pin lot. This lot contains about -J
acres, aud has on It a two-story frame
iEKMSuF sLK-ne aud two years;
notes with gooil security, without luleresl,
will lie idiiured of Hie purchaaer or pur
chasers, and lien retained to a cure pay- '
tnentof nurcliase money. Sold free from
eiiity oi redemption, and all claim of
homestead. V. U. CO' JPEi:, C. & M.
October Juth, Ji.i,
Si:n A toll .Iom s, hairiiiau ,.f the
rsilver t 'omniissioii apMiinu-, v on-grts-.
says that a bill providiiif;'for the
unlimited coinage of silver, and that
it -hall fe a legal tender for all debt,
puhlie and private, will iss Loth
Houses by an overwiieliuing majority.
The anti-silver men are prcpari'ng "to
make a vigorous tight against the bill,
and thestruyglo j'fomise? ty be an in-
.ll'Ml' si '..VPS,
; Al-o 1 larnoss from
W.OO to WIOO.OO
' i 'ur work is firsf-epis-: Ihe prii-es Jow
llian tin-same ktt.d ofv oik e. in l,- Inioght
i.. ...i.;.. 1.' I 1 1 V t. l--ii,ty
UUll'l 1M i I'lllllll'l't. i L II.. U JILIIA..
Titeomb & Towlrr,
AILK OU Sfun.t. I.rurr ,,., JpUil SI.
T E N N ESSEE
Boot nnd Slioc .Maker,
ton tli Embargo .-
Columbia, : :
I desire to rv to my oid customers and
ollierw, lliai I still make lto-its and Siloes,
and that no one else n authorised to M-ll
them. Any person or merchiiut pretending
, to sell jny fi.Hils orshoe. Is defrauding the
i public . for he U lelllue a falsehood.
1 My IS 77-iy. Ptitn BECKEXtuai.
I. L. CLlNn CO, are now i.vo-,'....i .
thresh, hall and clean cloverieei' iVailv for
market, with their superior BirM-ll Tlire'h
er. Duller ar.d Cleaner i-omr'oied for i.'iic
thlnl. and will thresh in MUry ,'! udjoin
inu counties on Ihe shrr,.: uotl;e. Those
who have clover to Ihrvsh ill please eon'i
municale with nsat ('axnniw.n sai ,..
ry County, Tenuessc. '
... . UeKpectfully,
Aus.ol-oiu. j. u cEINE ct CO.
Information -havuiK -ix-eu mail i.fr.r..
me, J. A. Waiter. Jutiix) of tho Peace for
Maury county, by T. II. Williams, that
l!rueeCumpb';ll is indebted to Wiillams v
1 1 ivr iu i. o; v i n 1. il. wllllalriH l.- ..o-
connt in the atim of and interest from
January 1, IS77, aud that said Brnee Camil
la'. i is a non-resident oi the Slate of Toh-
nessec, so luai ine oruinni v nroiress or inu-
cannot be served on him, and prayed and
obtained an attachment, v hich was levied
on the Interest of said Campbell iu a fund
in the hands of A. N. Akin, Cierk, and R
M. McKay, Attorney, it is therefore ordered
that Hie said Hruce Campbell appear before
me, .1. A. Wa-lker, Jt.stice of the Pence for
Maury eouuty, Tennessee, on Ihe ;!rd day
of Novcmlwr, 177, to answer aud ih lend the
complaint of Williams t Tyler to the use of
T. W . Williams vs. him, or the case wil
proceed wnh exparlo; aud that this publi
cation be made iu the Columbia Herald and
Mail for four consecutive weeks, Hie last to
be one week prior to said .ltd dav of No-
veiuoei, ia, .. JUS. .1. WAI.K,'.i;,
Sept. 21, 1S77. C. V. Maury county
Gov'iueiit Claim Asencv
"LTWy?' i'enslou and Ar-
."..ruiuiuj0(l, All Claims for
property tateu by tUl ederal army dui iug
the late war, and rairvhK. m. i i , ..8
the war, col.ee il with the usual dispatch.
-o7.k V !disa--e- can commuuieate
with tbcuiidersikme.1- All hn.i,... .......7..
V? lrM,lt'uy- mi e-under Herald anJ
. ..", il"rli Miu Street.
miuujwi.ijt. J.E. WILSON.
Carter & Horn's
HOG CHOLERA REMEDY.
COM1E! 1LSJKI TPMICIE!
Before Purchasing Elsewhere !
Money and Price Our God
Before Purchasing Elsewhere!
Price tun- Immense. Stock of Dress Goods, Galloon, ISilk and Worsted
Piingi s to match,
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE!
1 We have in slock the Keutucky Grain Drill, the only
; will do good work in stalk and tra-iliy laud.
Drill nwdc that
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE!
FLANNELS, DOMESTICS, CASHMERES. JEANS,
TWEEDS, TICKINGS, ETC.,
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE!
j In addition to a lull luic ot Avery and Mcikel Steel Plow.', we have tho
i Diamond Chilled Plow. This Plow is the saine. si.c and style or the Oliver
Chilled, and wo warrant it as g.nxl iu every respect. If on trial it Miould
not work satisfactorily, wc will ret una t lie money. 1 rice witu extra
nee on i'
Paris and Berlin Style Cloaks, Waterproof Ladies' Cloth, j
Skirts, bliawls, etc.,
We now have a. full stock f SelmUlcr Waiton?, aud warrant Tlhf in
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWEHRE!
i lienor in many respect to any other farm wagon
! g-.'od.s, wc still keep all sizes of Tenncec Wagon".
innde. For low-priced
Price our Tal.le Linen, Daiuask Napkin. Towels and Irish Linen,
FOUE PURCHASING ELSEWHNRL!
A good i:toek on hand at the lowt-.! prices.
l- Glove, Hose, llaudkerchiefs. Corsets, Everla.-tinjr Trininiin
and Hamburg Embroidery, BEFORE PURCHASING
PRICE' PRICY.! PRICE! Our immense -rock of Ladi.
Children's handmade Shoe., BEFORE PUKCIIAS
Price the la t-'est lock ol -lcus handmade Boots and Shoes
i We have the large--1 stiwk of Saddles ever brought to Columbia,
Mi.-ses' and ; P-'.0O to Jf2U.no. A No, Leather, Bridles aud Harne.
inniv' LOOK! And price
FORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE!
our Custom-made Clothing, BE- j
X?L Calioo !il G Coiit Per Yard!
J. F. Street & Co.,
M I.Ai:ui;CASH BUYERM-Wo will duilicalo any bill
lllUiorli-rs srrivuy I'll ew, uiciciui
I tU Nl ltV MI-:iW II VNTS
sol'i tliis sine "t New 1 n k
- II... Iu.lw.lit
IJL'II.-TIJI.-1H -a iwif f.11 trrwHls lilow or Ut COHf
Kiuulic-l powNibie jnoflt, auU eau sell you goods rh-j'cr than mauy
KKMKMIiKIt: We are resi.lvo.l lo sell our goods, anil I will "I'CO'il a liearty
311 wlio visa us, nnd will kIioiv nud price t Hem rooui wim r'
uot. ' Price l.iai scut any wliere Iree ef cliarge.
EAST SIUEI'LP.MC ,il'ARE.
we are NUisiieo wiui ine
uieretianl.s can uuy
wclifime to I
jou cliase or
IV. XXI iOlJL OO.
Somthei'Ei jTrafc IPalacc,
C o L U M BIA, T E N N ESSEK.
NEW YOBK rALA.CK-10 Clille tetrett, J. Y.; College Street, NauUvlUe, TeuueM-c. j
. Tt We have iBite tit-sn (oU sj.ecialty.
', HO aud To ceutis is'ortli Uoublo tiie inouey.
Black aud Colored Ccshuiercs at 7, ,
1 CAN'T BE UNDERSOLD !
AVe have now in store a Bi'lcruIiU assort tueiii u
Staple and Fancy Groceries
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Fresh Fish, Oysters and Game In Season !
Aud wilL uoi tie iiudeisold on same erodes and inialities
by ami House.
O. C. OWEN,
A T T 1 1 E
Goods Received Daily!
Stock Always Fresh!
ni-ppvrt iji. fi x-i : ta ii vncoi.'l-TKS Ar'roatoI iu iir own
house lu ice per vt -.-k ,'hlU ran be relied on Rrf leiiii; freKh. We lack
UK Tl-vS arc unrqunl.'ul iu rinality and prlee. We wUI ilup icaie
-Vcw VorlfiranyotlH-i iiri.-ies. l'arties purrhasln half iioun ids or
IHiiiiuls, wt II be fiu nisiied w M U a
Iiandsijino ;v oruainenU'd, 1 K. .K. ,.i
ulli V INKS are oid and pure, anu caunot be equaleil lor medical
.- . . , . 1 . .... i. ri .!
l'iiri,Ke?s. itiveusH in;u aim ir.-it'i'w... , . . . ..l(Mi-
laucy canniater, lead lined and
',' Ve iay easU lor Kaeon. I'lUxiiie.Kutter and l)i;s?K. 'mxI'
hvziitS free in llic cily. lee fiuliisbei! to families during the season
CKAFFIH & RUSHTON,
Next to Trade Talace, 1'ublic Biiuare
HBW CASH STORE!
() s Tin:
West Side of the Square.
JULIUS Kit UTS
Strengthen a pd
They are net with tine
, certain, effective aud promnt rnw. nn.i
a sure preventive of the (spread of tlio din
eae. l'riee V.'.m a fackage, eontainiui; mif
flcienl lo eure twenty buns. Save voue Ium
at u cost of only ten cents a head.
A. l. w il Kll LO.,
. . t ami Viae lin inuf rnit.iil '.
. Tho unnersiKued isl oar only aui&orizeil a?en uV."", ." .. w.ioiL. . ... ;
eki' ir. i'l:itt
KUlfll 1.N1-AIH1 eiui be O auiiiBieo
11...1 Hit- l oi'iiii. iiri.itii'. will i-.itii'o direelly
lu fi mil oi tbe pupil of tbe eye, tbi weby ulv
jni; tbe tr.t pni,l- f,'it from any artlneial
help, liy tneir ute you avoid tbe frciueni
cliHOKeof glasse. Tbe Kramea, on .ecouul
of aoomblnation of different met W, are
more dtirulAi, look haudsoiner, aui lai
longer than any oilier Kluu.
I'.i ii ji Voir Warrait' d !
They have been tested for yearn. 'VT a
milium pair are now lu ure, Kivlng geuural
KHfiHlacllon. , , ,
Tbero iH no part if the body so juO' li
alHtned as the eye. Ferhons will buy a pair i
of imperfect Mjiectaeleis thinking it us u.
i.inv, not knowing that Ibey arc doing
iiie"mnelvo Irreparable Injury, until il m
too late. j
, Having lui'l tliiitccn .v-:ir of mn-i-- I'ul i-m ri nee iu tin ln v hmI - IiUsIiki
! j.u ,Mt. rii'iisiiul, 1 am i'i i':iiv.l tn ofli r tin- iii ii' -f Coluuil'iit
:iti-l my nuuii-iiiiis fi -ieinl- l-e'w In -r-. n -iili iti-l line
l.f (..'JI-, " lli' ll I 1'ilVC Jllin.llil-e. at (lie
Lowest Cash Figures I
Arl iriv -v U : ' II. ilui'i
AT SUCH LOW RATES
That tin y will l; i-i-iniK-lk-il to Imy.
flTo TrouUe to Show Goods !
trial, it is the only pia-etlcal avtem baaed (WdenUncprinelilrtlaiij p OTVrTTi OTT TT. t
having tho eyen teul.xl. So peildleni e.nplo rod. .riihr', 'i-Vl- W-LX JUj I
eler aoHptieian, and J lanuucturcroftwcljer's Celebrated tlDlDa xteel, '..;'ai j ( k-tolit-r .K l77.-2lll.
StrcetKo. 4.'-, Colujnuj: J,lenn. ocim .iu. ? ' o