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THE HERALD AXD MAtlT
Friday Morning,Novemberl6, 1877.
(oli was titendy
Winlucrtday at 102J.
in New York
York Wc.lnfi'day ft
401c for new.
elostsi la Ncv
4'3c for eld imd
Tun New York cotton market whs
quiet WedncfrJsy, raiddllDg upland
cluing Uid' 11ir
Peanut?? in Nasiivilk- Thursday
tuovititij?: X-.w, old. rvVGO cents
N isinriic cotton mrukt-t Thnrs
l.iy morning: Ordinary, j?omJ or
dinary, lov." Midiiih), 10; iniddliliLr,
lo; xxl middling, 10 l-l-c.
TiiEHJ' i.i no probability of nn early
adjournment of v.'onjiress.
T'uo ncMinaiio:i of John A. Warder
for L". ti. District Attorney for this
Jnstri'.-t, h.ts been ion firmed by the
Tur. Iomocr;dic Sen mors threaten
that if Kello;r is st ated they will cut
loose and l.-ave the l're.'-idcnt to get
tliro'i.uh With hiri n niiii.iLio!i.-j a- bent
Skyato!: (ioiUKi.v and Iji mar call
d n Hiye Monday, to nrjrc him to
use his inline nee to secure the Kcatins
of Kisilibrd and iMistis, Senators from
1ouir-i.ma, but their eflbrts v.ero wast
ed. Of course.
Tin: New York SV truthfully nays:
" I he armj-thojld be reduced to ten
thou-and men, and rattier than main
tain it as a force for (.Jen. Sherman to
use in overaw in' Congress and mak
ing Fraudulent 1're-id. nts, it should
be abolis!ie.l alt i?etiH-r.M
The bill n monetizing silver ha
virtually as.-ed the I louse. but the
Senate will destroy its; vitality, if jkh-
.sil'le, the Senate bt-im; in the hands of
the tmuiey vit. It is bi-lifvcd that
Jlavi-s will sicn the bill, if it .-uececdi-
in getting through the Senate.
1 itr. bcndliul lers iind money kinfrs
of New Y'i k, Ito-ton and J
lhia have bre!i in Wa.-liinytou all tin
week, work my -n the Senate, to rc
ce.l the Msauo f the Uowsi-romoin.-
tizalion silver bill, and the bill reiteal-
inij the lvs'iinption ic-l.
Skvi.r.U, members of the Lriri-la
lure have reiy-ii"d, nod Gov. Port-)
has ordered eleeiioiis to )e held to
clcet I Ii-ir i-ueee.s.s;(rs. Middle Ten
n-.-s. e loses two oi tne aob'.st of luT
I'cpiv-fiity tivt s.C'.ilAV. N. Cowden, of
Nashville, and Mr. James F. .Stokes
of Wil-on Cnnnty. ('ol. l owden is Su
j'lcmo Court i lei l; mi. I is still serving
the Slate. Mr. Stoke.s, h;is moved to
3Ii-'-'!s.vj)i, uno lias lim.s deprive.
Teuncf.-ice of one of her noble-t, most
tal-juled mil driNi.tiii voutiir men. If
Mar.-. hall w all's one v. ho is worlhy to
I'll the place of her talented Cowden,
I el hers nd Joe I.. Orr, whose sujR-iior
cannot le fojn I any wiiere. Ami Wil
son County wy .ji.l i! u graceful stxl
sensible t:d.i;r to send 1 i JJob. Wilite,
w ho vo iid it I.. ;! ki-ep the English of
the Il ni-;' p ire and u rj l I: . I , for "lie
js.iiway- ..on. ill e.iop ' l upon the trail
urdeivr-- of liie Queen'.- F.n-
Tm-: army appropriation bill passed
the I ji.nse 'I u si!a , without tlivioii.
it limits the hi my to 2o,noo, mai-
niimi, allocs ten full resrhneiitj of
cavalry ;.nd s.iipjiates that four f
thein shall wtvc in T-.as. 1'ho total
amount approj-riated by the bill is
','''io, of whi: h S!, !l'),;ss i for
the navy. 'I he Sen;, to nmtnded this
by the entire oinis-ion of the clause
inv.-rled by the House, which provided
that four cavahy reitiim nts should le
room) ted to the full lon e of 1,200 men
each. Mid kept in service on the Texas
frontier, and that the total nuuilicr of
men on the ai my rells should lo lim
ited to no.!!. The Senate committee
recommend llu. insertion in the jlacc
of the mandatory provision concern
imr the u-c of troops in Texas, of the
clause; "l.'avalry n-riments niaj b
recruited to one hundred men in each
company ninl kept as near as prac
ticable to tbot numhei , and a sufficient
force ot cavalry r ha II he employe! m
defense of the Mi xican and Indian
fronliirof Texas." The committee
lo not recomnu-nd any increase hi the
amciidmcnts voted iy the House, but,
on the coiitrarv. propose n reduction
of s,0.ooo in ti.it; item tor tin- conver
sion of smooth !orcrf to rilled cannon;
c.-inMia in the amount for hospital
mio in the appropriation for the
otlice of ( 'oinmandinii (teneral. Th.
IIouc will M-aiccly nceept thi-s.
iiinndment-s. twenty thousand is
larger than the army outrht to le. but
with the iladieal Senate in the way.
it cannot he reduced. The propose,!
red net ion K a ood moc ilic .'il .",
(Hi is simply a v a-te of money.
WcLldell Phillips w as intcrv iewed in
rhiladelpbia the other uiybt iu regard
ti the result and nicunint: of the re
cent el'i-tioiis, when he is reported to
)'etin h ania's oiee uumitakably
foreshows the defeat and suhjuL'atioii.
at no ilist.oit day. ot the entire Ive
pti'iiiean jnrly. l-'m t hi'i inorc. it set
tlesthal I lie Sol id South ill eventually
rule the I'nioii. as it liiil U f.ire the
war. No It .in it of if, -ir. 'i'he huu--i
r alel ufctnl nf I he South w ill seek
relict by Ct'inv b a k to the jwilicy of
ample currency. W e shall baf let
ter limes, al any rate, for awhile no
matter h w much the riirhts of the
ticTo tii toe No.'t.i are sacrilieeil; and
iniles- thcS iii'.li in b.er n.unhu-s kicks
nir its own biicket. no man can for
( the end of that Soathein dynasty
which m 1st finely come. Wo :m
Hilv ooo.-, ui' or.tiiilf to the old
pr.oiTii, tJ.it whom the Ktxls w ant to
licrdoy .iit'V viii immediately make
Vu i.-.v. -c li.ir.I nsoia-MM't i.s at-
ir.ciuc'..i:.M.K'ii..iJii' uliii c"
out 1 ie ol tin." fsi.ite I no .li:itua
i:..,r,i,iti nf 1'ii.l.iv in- :i Ion-'
.sii!o,i;,i t:,e siiwcct, vbi.ii cn- i
. , I
.lib!'-.- as lotl'.'Vts:
Tennessee- is a Stat" -f vast I
seuir-cs iiii i -an well atli'iij, it would by save a sum if money to tlie govern
neein. to accct terms su nearly in the inent; Lilt Whittboiue will liardiy te
iieii;hliorIiKMl of tlieir own otler. I et in-iii ltl By sncli sjits itius reu-soninj;.
lier U'l't li-tints sc. ileil, luxation rey:n- He will iiiMt on Kcttin at the true
I:it'd at a Ix'.iraole li'riire, proia rty inardncs,s of tlie tajH-woriu ticket,
mrreetly and iinparti.dly assi-sse!, tin tlte flooding of the Yiml with worth
revcnifs I'roini'tly and folly collected, less men. illegal awardinsrof contract,
mid interest on the public deld ail the crookedness that once distinguisli
tlie day due. rl lie r suit v ill U- buoy- el the Navy I'ay Olliee. and a multi
ancy and reviviiiedenierpriseat home, tudc of other irrcguluriti that made
eon'tidence alti-oad. ics'iliing in large- Man- Island an oltens- in the nostriLs
Jy increase! production, accessions of of honest men ever since it Ijccanie
jMjpulatiou ami capital, ilr establish-i known a "Sargent's Nuvv Vard."
nu ut of great enterprises, an! a eon- AVhen tliis ii ace miplishcd then a
iitioii ol public peace and prosju'rlty . troat strhle toward reform will have
becoming so nol.lc u State. ' j bevn vflcctcd.
ffirrest's diaHenge to Elpa trick:
In a sketch of the late Gen. Forrpst,
the New York World tuyn:
(Jen. F'orrest was not an wlueatwl
soldier, but he had that within him
energy, da-h and pluck which goes
to make h nuceefwful fftvalryniun.
That he wan euccewful, hU remarkH
blo marche and nnmerotu victories
fully attest. Mora than on unwary
Federal General went Into carnp Ln
fnnclwl Btcurity thinking the tneiny a
hundred miles away, and be lore morn
ing wm awakened by an attack in
fore against w hich ho waa powrles.
Ufa excue at hvlqtiarters would b
that Jt. was Forrest who made tho at-.'
tack, inc cavalryman iuovemenw
were a rapid and eccentric as thote of
a guerilla, yet ho carried with him
always-a lare and well-organized
force! .Some one a"keJhiru just before
the closo of the war, when his victo
ries ma.de bim partleuiarly cotipicu
ouvhat was the ;cret of hla suc
cuss. In his own homely Way he said
that it w as by "nittintc the most men
iharf'iet.'' Suuimer before last when
( Jen. .ludson KilpHtrick was canvass
injr Indiana for the Jiepublienna, he
spfk- of ( let). I'irrest in nueh a whv
that the latter ehn lien jred him to fight
a duel. As soon as the ehallenpe was
sent Forrest wrote toGen. BR.sil Duke,
of Kentucky, that, in case his invita
tion was accepted which he did not
doubt for a moment he would call
on Duke for a second. The letter fur
ther said that in the neeesarv ar
rahgeincnt lie would like Gen. Duke
to insist that the duel nhould be fought
on liorsH back with Habres, as that was
the projer way for two cavalryman to
meet. Gen. Duke at once enKagexl for
his principal a steed for the encounter
a horse recommended by his owner
to p over a church steeple, if necessa
ry anl aw ailed (Jen. Kiljitrick re
ply. Kilpatrick, however, declined to
tiiit, on the ground that he and For
rest "did not move in the same uncial
sphefe.'' Had this duel taken place,
it doubtless would have been conducted
in a ttyie delightfully dramatic.
Investigation of the Navj.
From tbo New York Sun.
The country is inlebtd to Mr.
Whitthorne of Tennessee for the only
real and hom-st investigation of the
corruption and ahuscs in tbeNavy De
partment which w as ever made by the
House of Iteoresentative.s. Kvery
possible obstacle was thrown in bis
path by Secoar Kolcson on the plun
dering contractors and jobbers with
whom he was associated. IVrjury,
falsification of records, destruction of
vouchers, mutilation of loks, eva
sion of witnesses, and barefaced brih
erv, w ere among the means employed
to'tbwart the iniulry in the last Con
gress. In ppite of all these obstructions the
revelations of Jniuiiity wen- astound-
in?, and venality was brought home
to the door of the late Secretary of the
Navy in filch a form as to justify hij
impeachment. It was w ell know n at
tlte time that Mr. Whitihorne and
n rhups four of his colleavmes on the
committer were prepared to present
Rorwson to the House, and that their
purpose w as thwarted by certain Dem
ocratic and Uepublicaii meiulvrs of
Mr. Wlutthorne is agaiu deservedly
Chairman of the Naval Committee,
and on Tuesday last he ottered a reso
lution din-cting a thorough investiga
tion into the matters of tletlciency and
diversion of appropriations from the
sjeci:il obitctrt to w hich they were )
piled by law, and the expenditure of
them for other and different objects its
mentioned by the Secretary of the
Navy in his report of date Oct. i, 1.S77,
with power to seud foi'iersoiis and pa
Immediately Mr. Frye of Maine,
acting on behalf of lit'.le Mr. Hale,
who was absent, objected and made a
techni'id joint of order, w hich car
ried the rtvsolutioti over under the
rules. Mr. Hale was tho personal
champion of Secor Itolson w hiJe lie
wan at the head of the Navy Depart
ment, and he usually had charge of
of the navy bill in thellouse, where
in the extravagance and johbery of the
Icing wen- provided for Therefore he
wants no investigation which pro)tose
to go to the bottom of the last mal
feasance, and to connect it w itli other
criminal acts which might send his
tuend to the penitentiary.
There is a committee "on Kxpndi
frircs t the Navy JKpartnient" which
lias hitherto leen more nominal thau
real, ami during sixty days of exis
tence, like all others appointed to
w-atch over the expenditure of the de
partments, has rendered little service.
These committees are mostly useful in
providing honorary chairmanships for
memKrb who could not Ik? assigned
to more responsible places. Mr. II. A.
Willis of the Fleventh Congressional
District of this State is now Chairman
of this secondary committee, and the
Kepublican side of the House is
anxious that he, and uot Mr. Whit
thorne should conduct the proposed
No public reason has been given for
thU anxiety, but an Mr. Willis served
on the last investigation which Mr.
Whitthorne conducted, and did not al
ways coincide with his euergetic ili
cy, that fact mav furnish tbe explana
tion. The public knows what Mr.
Whitthorne has already done and
trusts liim fully. His exjierienee and
knowledge are invaluable for the in
tended object, and if there le an lion
ort desire to go to the bottom of Role
ron's .ra.scalitie, the House will le
wise iu following Mr, Lincoln's advice,
not to swap horses when crossing a
Tha Committee on NaTal Affairs.
Kn Francisco Chronicle.
The apjiointmcnt of W. C. Whit
thorne of Tennessee as Chairman of
the committee on Naval Affairs, by
Speaker Handall, is an earnest that
there is no intention on the part of tho
Ioniocrats of the House to cease their
eflorts to probe to the very ImiUohi the
corruption that existi-1 in tbe adminis
tration f the navy under Kolosoii.
ll.i'la chain be ti made in the
head of this iniortaut ( 'omniittee the
friends ot reform alio honesty might
have anticipate! a cessation 01 the ac
tivity which characterized the oK-ra-
tions of the Iwxly during the last ses
sion of Coimriss. I!ut with Mr. Whit
thorne at the helm a vigorous eam
paiiru against the roblx rs who have
st fcii millions from the Government,
giving in return a rotten navy, may
The Committee on Naval Atlairr.
hasdone god work already, even with
KoU'son as a clog upon its efforts.
W'Uh the valuable assistance that Sec
retary Thompson w ill le sure to ren
der, a thorough unearthing of every
rascality perpetrated during the iii-cutn).-ncy
of tolesui may be implic
itly relied upon.
The present Secretary's attitude to
ward Sargent in the matter of the at
tempted removal without cause of I'ay
Director Cunningham from the Naval
I'uy Oftlco in this city, and his sharp
intimation that he would not permit
navy yards to Ik- converted into iri-
vaie uoiiucui i'iesereft jor i uiieI
States S'iiHtors, give the strongest
lmssible assuratice that no obstaek's
will lv thrown by him in the way of a
thorough -and complete investigation
There is tcriely room to doubt that
an iu vest igat ion of the Mare Island
crook oduess will now lie in order
Sargeaut has managed to keep Naval
Congressional Committees away from
this coast for a long while, but the as-
. i...., ..I. ........ .c ..f Ik.. I
n:ir . ill rctiir futile any of lu" luton
attempts in this direction, lie still
iils Jus llace as X li.-urnian of tin
n:ite aval l oniimttcc. jmi.i may
1 i.i ..l.i.. i.i;...i i i..
- :?1 . ..r" i .1.;
UIV UOlTll.t Itt llljiUtlttu g'
rciircsentinir mat as a siintiuniittcc.
lie can ntttml to every duty and tli re-
Mr. Whitthom, being again Chair
man of the Naval Affairs Committee,
is preparing Ctlee more to nurvc
against the Iiobeeoniau work and con
tinue : the tasjk of ferreting odt the
enornvejus frauds which charaeferized
the 1 at Secretary's official career. Mj.
Whit thorn ea id recently of the InVe
UgatlonM past ancLlo come: v
"It will result Just as I bald two
years ago. that the Navy Department
to-dav iu between .2,000,000 and $3,
OOO.OoO In deljt. The report or our in
ventlg'Otions was so long that-I- pro
eutm? few people read it through. The
Committee on Naval aflaiw consisted
f -pIcTTtr- rrrtmb?,- -Hnrt Ht" nf rr
were in favir of reporting to thellouso
for Robeson') fmpeaclminf,?Vut tlt
others hotl doubts of the "lnr"on" the
subject, and ni wc wanted our report
sigued tov just'.s maUy members of the
committee as possibl the idea j of rec-
onrmeiunnfl: inipeaclitncnc a5aban-
doned. I am wiUiug to Tik:, mvJper-
iincaie ns lawyer mat 11 1 coma nave
brought all the evidence before our
committee into a cpm f of law 1 should
have secured ' ltolx-son's Conviction.
To have done that I should have leen
obliged to break down the testimony
of heads of bureaus who testified 1
fore the committee bv Itobeson's in
struction!!.-" a ? c :". f : r.
Is ItGraatani Tilden ia 1880?
New York Correspondence I. hies jo Journal.
I predict that when Ocn.' Grant i-e-turns
to New York from his Knrope
an tour, he will have the largest ova
tion ever accorded to an American on
coining back to hi natiyeiatid. , Prep
aration are already Under way, aui
hundreds of people here' will be glad o
eontribute to make the reception as
grand and imposing as possible. The
te ling is pretty general among New
York l.epublkans: that General Grant
should In; our Presidential nomin'e in
-'). I guess he can have the nomi
nation then if he wants it.
A few evenings since I bad n pleas
ant chat w ith Jovcrnor TitVien. He
was with his physician. Dr. Austin
Flint, Jr., w ho takes the best care of
the old gentleman. MrTildeu look
ed better than at any time I have seen
him during so many years I have been
acquainted withhiui. His cheeks are
fat and ruddy, and he said to me that
he never was in liotter health. From
other remark made I am satisfied
that Governor Tilden regards himself
as gooIas nominated and elected Pros
dent in lsso. I think we IJepublican
may as well make up our minds, first
as la.-t, that Samuel is to Ijc our antag
onist four years from now. -
vTesiell Phillips cn the HaxsachtiseUs
I'roni an Interview with riiili'ps.
" The victory in Massachusetts was
due to di-seusion in the JVmoeratic
ranks. That party, however divided,
always bream' reunited just Jiefore
lection day until this last- instance,
w hen, for tin- fir-t time, hiiico. Satan
left heaven, his party carried their
quarrel into tlx; day of battle. The
Democratic Mayor of Uoston ami the
Deinocrati candidate for (Jovcrnor
quarreled, and thus saved fhe Kcpul
licans from an ignominious defeat.
Thai's what did it, and thai only; for
enough Republicans stayed at home to
have 'defeated Kice against any ordina
ry Democrat. Why did they; fctay?
They had no interest in the election,
and Kice is a very unpopular man. His
success was an utter surprise to the
I Jej u hi ica ns I hen isel ve.' '
Ti uil, t'flei.v ami t'ab'iHge and Northern
Appittt jusi rtcelvtti by Wulklns (JH
A l Wflllnis house. Apply to It.
on poutli Alulu flrret.
Agot d supply of Frnh Sausagf nlwayn
tin . Ktid at Ma kius & I, tiord's. uovlo-lli
A loce h'-use and lot in folumbli for
Bale cutap. Aipt to 11. Cornell. ociCti-St
Wanted, l'H.W) cl r.-n chn, tor which the
Liiu!i-r.i niHiKf. price Hlii oe paid, uL Hl
ki,.dc '.tiCfi'd'.-. uo l'j-ii.
The i lit Hpe-l hicachod do:netC4 In
1 til u ilia HI . C. Uweu's. uov -
if. J ,adi.-s' ami Units' Milk and linen band
kereliiflii, a beauuiul assurlmeui, at (. J.
Gisslnie-t s, Jcaui aud Twoeds,
O. C. Ueu'ff,
J. vi IHi kins tS
(io to J. M. Lirkius A t o. for the best
all w..jl .it-duit; .hbo mr llio oest Iwula aud
Kiioe.--, an cuiuui't tuau ever.
J. I. Larkius k tV uumjusi received a
new fuj'p.,v mMik auil woisuU finite, uiet
builot.s, Ku.ckUviocker una uuulluM tUi
cueupei ILiuu ever.
O. t". I veu KtrepN ibe Zeigler SJi,oe, for La
dles, .Mi.-st-H mi a ciniuieii, iwaB ou nana
A Uett biocajusl received.
Why can't some 01 our merchants, beldca
N lliiKi.'ii & i ol the rsouLbern Trade 1'al
uce, udvcrli-e piii-es of nottlf., and Ikkuu
price lisib to keep people posted in pneeb?
Cei-uuFe they cannot afford to advertise
l hem al tbe low figures tuu Sjoutliern Trade
l'ula'-e la selling Uium ! nuv. t) Jt-1677.
Trice list, sent to any part of the L'ulted
htales free ol i-liarKC.
Southern Trade Palace.
For One Collar.
'.'0 yards !' aood calico, handsome styles,
for l ine I'ollar.
."' yards ot extia good Sea Island lXmentlc
for me Uollar.
10 yards of Laurel Hi 1 Domestic for Una
l'J yards of Lonsdale 1-1 lHmestic for One
l' ards of gootl Canton l lauut l for One
V2 yaids of Iterliu Poplin for One liollar.
11 yards of bull fringe, all bhades, lor Uue
'J vanlsot jeans for no Dollar.
X Felf Sblr.s for One Dollar.
s linen lu-msulchtd handkerchiefs for One
in pair ol Ladles rtlilH-d Hose for nc Dol
lai Sonthern Trade Palace
The largest slock,
lowest pi lees, ai lb"
-Nov. 'JUi. Southern Trade Palace
We have.tiist recti veil ourseoond stock of
of 1 all and Winter goods, entirely new de
sliins and shaOes.
'rflb. S.ULTUEHN TIIADU PAL-VCE.
An old pujsleiau retired from active
pni'-ll'-e, hating had placed ln his hands by
an lite-l ludiau mirtsiuuary tue formula of
tmi'le ' 'net a tile remedy lor the
sieelyanil prrmauent euro of Cousamp-
tiou, Hroni-iiniK, . aiarrn, Asrnma, anil al.
i nroui and I . ing Hrlections, aiMi a ioaliive
ami rauicai cure lor houhhi ittmuiy ana
all nervous complaints, altei bating thor.
iiH tl lesied us w..iitli rlul curative powers
in t tii'iiNauti of cases, teeis it his duty to
iiiHKeil Known lo nis sunerini; le-iowu.
Tlie leet lpe wl l lie seul ll'ee ot charae, to all
v. ho 'leMre II, with fll directions lor pie
nailiiz aud succsluily uslui;. Address
wilh Klauip namltii; this paper. Dr. J. C
Most, 11 orih Ninth street, l'uiludelphia.
Murder Will Out.
A few years a no "Auitusl Flower' was dls
covered lo be a certam cure for Dyspepsia
auu uiYtt (.umpiaiiik, a lew miu Dyspeptic
mane known to tneir liieuds bow ea ily
inl Uickly the hint been cured by its use.
i lie great merits ji inusss s AU'iUor H.OW
CK became heratdrd through the country
iy oue sunerer to another, until, without
auvei iisiuk, lis sale lias Uecome Immense,
I'rugijiola iu t. tll IOW In tbe Culled
staUf are senium it. No pen-on suffering
tttm qiiui Etiuuii.-u, rii'u xieuoaciie, tos.
tlveutss. Palpitation ol the Heart, ludlges
U..U, lAivr splriui, etc., eau take hree dose
witnoul renef. Uo to your DruKKiitts, Tit
comb A Tuwltir, and get a bottle 7o veatsau
try iu toamp.o bottled lUoeuta. Juad-1
For tbe convenience, of producers and
Tiu'lerr, we baMj eslablisiied head'juarutrs
at the i epot ol olumbia. We have pre
pared lots to receive stock, ir airbauks sel-s
lo uelli all Hiock and produce sold by
weight. ill keep correct nuiemeots ol
ail weitfhis lor luiure sel t.einenl i;iv.
(vrtifiuules lor all stock and produce we lull
ed by ui, hold ournelTis responsible for ail
errors, and will sy to the farmers of Maury
tlie citizens of Columbia, and adjoining
counties who nave stock or pjoditoe for sal;.
o uoiiiy us itrsonany or luromch the Pout
Uiticewith lud descriiniiMi ol ht son
nave lor sale, which ill be recorded on onr
books aud pres ted to every trader on this
market, which Will bring you boyers.i We
will say to the speculators on this market
tnat we vi ill keep a dir. -dory of Maury coun
ty ,of Columbia and adjoining couullefijoi all
stocks or produce reported to- us for m r.
Come aud examine our books and oon ve-
lenne or welshing stock or produce.
BeanttifbT'aflB suitings, rich Mobalrs and
15) U8 Black Casbinorts, at astonlnbing low
prices, at thn
yjih. uuthi:rn trape palace.
Just rocelveU a lot of fine Toilet slippers
fur Bom's. Call and peo tbtm.
OlUf. . . W. B.DOBBIN.S.
FirmrN. call ami buy tbe best b ot you
evcrsuw. ri foUtf. W. B. Iwbbiks.
. Tbe b?st stock of Genu' and Ladies' Co
drrwear ln Columbia van be found at tlie
Cawb ritoro. U. C. Owkx, lToprletor.
"Uncle Tommy" clstar, 2 fr a nickel,
luins & Rluhios.
Afroja ftocfc Just received at 0. COsven's.
"Oalloon Trimmings, all shades, at O. C.
Tor boots, shoes, hats, etc., go to
Sew rttickwheat Flour, Cranberries, Fresh
Oysters, Celery, ami Jdluoe, Meat, Just re
ceived at , .. 14 v'j-l.) C W. Oam hhta.
The h'ingof tb w.rld oinnr. BcsfSeent
cigar over iu tow u. cn rri.s fc Hi wiiio.
J -f ry'-lu Key del Mundo" ci(:ar.
tCti-tf. CilAn iN iEcuHtos,
"All aboard for IJenryvtll." the "Uncle !
Tommy" cigar, at CiiAt in t 111 shton'S. !
The time tried and Are tested Elaine Oil
aold bvioBliO. Hnil is Uiebetaa well as
tueati.t buriilni: Umd ever nseu. nwm
aug. 31-1 f.
Keep your feet warm and dry
boots and shoes from W. 1
The best bats at W. B. Dobbins. ollf.
Retter boots, shoes and hats for less mon
ey than anybud . lul'Jit.l W . B. Doudis.
A (rood secaud-hand piano. Enquire al
Lamb tfi Boyd's. f"2-tf.
Ijidies' Jcphyi J ickt ts,
bias, elcn at O. C Owen's.
Tbe liest assortment of iloiBery in Colum
bia at O. C. Owen's. novJ-tf.
Shawls, Shawls, Shawls,
In great variety ai O. C. Owen's, nov'J-tf.
Tearllns; Jttnry t'nlvcs for Sale.
I have two veaninft Jersey bull calves,
thur-wyh-lrvd, which I will sell al nty iS-jO)
dollars apiece. oeil2-tjt. J as,. T. Mookk.
"Beautiful finow," with all its purity and
a-lmeuessdoes not equal Eiaine Oil, sold by
Josh O. Baiiey. aug. 31-tf.
If'Lost Bels," at li ve ceuis, are not worth
the mouey, then Justi j. Bailey luts been
nilsialoi unjil. Try one. aug. 31- tf
We can find whole
vouch for the "Lot Bet'
at Josh O. Bailey's.
families who will
' cigar, at five cents,
I! the S-heriir tries to ai-rest you as a va
grant, rush for a "Ixst liet" cigar, at Josh Li.
B:nlt-y's, and treat him it lias a sootiing
Itect. Try it. aug. ai, tf.
1 he liiKhts, for the past, week, have been
brlirlil anil neauiinii, nut itiey seem oars
ana areary inueeti, wneii coinoareu to me
liiit made from Elaine OU sold by Josh ci.
" "7; , ,
nuvit.jrin ""tf- tiuggj .... .-w
Callou McKav i EiofKiw. l-ll.
Ken C.oods vec'lvp'J weekly during the
eurire eeasm, ana soiu i.i cuu prices, ai ai.
J. liryant s. aug-ii
Who lias uiokod a '"Lost
live cents. ' Josh (I. Bailey
gut the worth ol his money.
Bef clanr, for I
A Good Chance.
Tho list chance ever ottered in Colimtla ;
to an enterprislne ninu wilii a capital of a J
few hiu'dred noPnrs. In now orjered by 1
tolo & Co.. who ofTer their entire stock of j
Dry (joods, l!'oln. Shoes, (iroceries, ijueens- i
war, A'C. toirether will tliir spleulitl i
Storn Hnnc Klrua'ed ri-lil on the rtttlrtiml, j
near tliJunctlon nfih Broad and Narrow
i.iauee Kdlroads. room for lour cars be-j
iweeu nonse ana rai'rfiau. ni sell or
rent. A I so houses anil lots for sale or rent,
i 'ne pair fine mares, one fine cow, one ex
press sin ele or double, twu farm wa?ons,
harness, plow ami n-m cheWer. uovl'J-lt
HowMid thitt In nunb ly i:'o we nealect
so many thinc to our well iK-lnir. The mm
of bn4iTiests with an eye only t-o bis credit in
the tinani'ial world, tho liitii vi-.'.nsl of ele-
emit leisure whose nly aim it- to array biio-
self to the best d vaiuae, the Toing lady
w V. n I 1 I - tlut.nlt... if. L...ln.. i. ,.w...,.n I
fee's not the pr r"ach of diseae iu Hie 'eel-
Into' anaoor wlileh ooKMeses h-r nlluHlihe
Mirrenrler tio eal ly to the ail vanee-anard
of Uhep. when, b Jii'lloial Investment
In Hortnllne, or Ttibler's Vegetable Liver
Powtier. a Ions array ofllls Is put to rout.
Buy P'triatinf. or Taliler'a Veirtahlo Liver
Powrier, and ri'l yourself ofUlorders arising
from a torpid liver.
Clothing, Clothinc, Clothing.
I you tinni a fin ov rcot or a common
one." If yon i)' a fin-mitt or a Ctinmun
fittt. If on want a rin? cloh cont or a
common jeans cotit. or u pornm caslmere
pun's, or a pair common jeans, don't tail to
call on ( . Owen, b for tnairiuK your
purcimse, as he will save you some money.
If Yon "Want
Kirst-claIs P'ir'or, Cnnmh-r, Dlnlns; Room,
Hal or office lnm tnro, Spritii? Curled,
llatr. CoVon. nlt.u Tup. or s;liuck Mat.
trest'S. at 'ov pre.-s. c.V I to sie or corres
p nd with Weakh'VtJc W-i-ren, Nos. 11 and
13 orth Collet;", street, Xashville, Tennes
see. lipople of all classes wl 1 acknowledee that i
in th s world niuci depends upon our fl-j
nancinl coiidliion, yet. not many wisely re- !
rlect that our financial condition depends
iipou our physical. '-t It Is even so, for j
who ran labor without health, and who can I
accumulate nin y without lauor? Hence,!
tl.M I to ,-Mirt a tto ot' hkIiiut I '.ritKtf nit' l,n,. !
pound Honev of Tar, w hich is a sure cu.-e
Coiighs, Colds, and ail diseases of the
Thr)Ht iud l.'inus. Remember you can buy
a bottle ol Compound Honey of Tar lor .i)
Before making your purchases elsewhere,
don't full to lilve the New 'ash store. West '
ide llilic Siuare, Columbia, Tenn., a call. !
Y ou will find ail tho novelties nf the season ;
or anything els' kept in a lirst-class dry-j
goods ftoue, which will be sold as cheap as '
auy bouse this side of New York. I
O. c i iw en. Proprietor. I
N. B. I do not distribute any price list;
my K"ods and prices advertise i hems 1 Ye. '
John H. Ereese, the Eawliionalile Tailor, I
offers hi srvlcs as J ailor and Cutter to tlie
citizens of Columbia anil vicinity. He is'
prepared to do an v kind ot work in the
tsi oriug line entrusted to him, 'on short I
notice and to ueuerul satisfaclion. Best i
Iioeskiu Pants S; Itiiiuot-s Knits from . !
to Warranted t' tit. A 'so, cleaning and
repairing done on short notice. Old Clothes
made as gMd s new. Especial attention
paid to cutting Oent's and Boy's Clothing,
atop lu the rear of Dr. Hams' Drug sjmre,
When you ;oto Nashville, If you want to j
buy or look ul a nice set of croquet, a ve- !
locijiode or a beautiful baby cai i laije, call
and examine th spleudiil assnrtment of j
D. N. Neyiau, at Nos. ::! and UiKurmau's
old stand; Public iSqure, Hashville, Just as ;
you (jo up town. He sells them, as he docs '
every thing else In stock, nt the lowest pos- j
slbio rates. His stock til read in? matter, in ;
both old and new miscellaneous looks, cau-
uot la; beat Houlh ol the i Hi to liver. Heal- I
s i has lu stock a lmge collection of the fan- ;
clest note paper, In boxes aud out ol boxes,
that hesllsat wonderful low rates, and all '
he asus Is that you see bis styles aud get his i
prices before buying else w bete. We had i
almost forgotten to make mention of the !
splendjd stock of base buds aud bats he has j
ou exposition, but If any ol our boys want!
auytbim; he has lu tins line, lie is sure to!
suit them in auy style aud at any price I
they want. auglT-jin. :
House and Lot
I will sell lo the blithest bidder ln Camp
bell station, on Saturuuy, the 1st day of '
December, one house a; d lot. uroncrlv of !
tue late a. k. iverr. j n lot contains one
acre of land. I'he house is a good farm
building. There Is a stable ou the lot.
Terms made kuowu on day nf sal. Hale
o'elock. M. W. W. DUDi.N.
vt'kM i: :
SEl'TEMBEJt THE 3, JS77.
Circ'ilars statlne coursf of stmlv. and oth
er particulars, will tie sent on application
to Kev. UEU. UECKETT, Hector.
i.&7k. 1-1 - J
: i;-c w mm m
f U4V13--. tOlinibii., TciiD,
AVe are authorize! to announce the name
of Mr. W. D. DAVIS,ai,a candidalo forbher
l(T, at tbe enina August election.
FOIi CIUCCJT CUUKTCLEJiK:
vVe are authorized to nnonnce HAMCEL
V. V. McHWEM as a candidate for ircuit
Court Clerk at the ensuing Augast election.
We authorised to annonnce THHO. LIPsj
COMB lor Circuit Court Clerk: at the next
We ere aothorLred to unnonnoe W. O.
VfirHKItfiPooN as a candidate for Cfrcult
Court Clerk at the ensuing election.
FOR COUXTY COURT CLERK.
We ore authorized to announce A. N.
AKIN for County Court Clerk at the ensu
ing August election.
We are authorised to announce W. T, ED
WAltDg, as a candidate for County Trustee
at the ensalng August election.
Wo are authorized fo announce O. M. V.
I K I NJ. ft fur Trustee at the ensuing August
We are authorized to annouuee JAMM
iRl'.M'l HOIKiK a a candidate for .Regis
ter at the ensuing August election.
I We are authorized to annonnco JOHN
CARR for Register at the ensuing August
We are authorized to annonnce Major
JOHN T. WILLIAMSON as a candidate lor
Mayor of Columbia.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
LATTA, Jr., for Mayor, at the ensuing No
We are authorized to announce J. O.
KIRK MAX as a candidate for Alderman in
the Fust Ward.
We are authorized to annonnce W. 1".
TL'CKT.Rasa cauuldate for Alderman ln
tue I'irot Ward.
We are authorized to annonnce ISAAC
M. POWELL as a candidate lor Alderman
in Third Ward.
We ara :iuluo-1ed to announce JAMES
T. llAKKAHrt.N'as a candidate for Alder
man iu tbe 'l li.rd W ard.
We are author) z.ed to annonnce H-li-COM-
! SjTOcK as a candidate for Alderinau ln the
We nre authorized to announce NAT
HOLM AN" as a cunuldale lor Aderman ln
Ward No. 1.
We are authorised to announco J. RUNT
HODUK rj a candidate for Alderman ln
We are antliorlz.d to annouuee Dr. A. L.
PrL.IJW as a cauuldate lor Alderman in
Wara No. 1.
At theolicitatlon of many citizens, WIL
LIAM WOOIl is announced s a caudidute
lor Alderman in the .Second Ward.
We are authorized to announce the follow
ing gent lemeu as candidates for Aldermen:
I lr.-l Ward A. I.. I'lllow, W. 1'. Tucker,
oeo. B. Hudson.
i Weare autlio:1cd to annonnce the follow-
ng parties as camlidates lor
, i;ietiou In November next:
j n rst Ward: William J. Andrews, Dr,
i L. l'lilow and I! Al. I'rierson
isecond Ward: J. Mort Hodge, A,
i aua ii. ai. .iaiuirwp.
t 'third Ward: Dr: Joe Ilerudou, Oeorgtj D
j Hodge, aud L. A. Boyd
! low Middling
O'jou i.iruina. y
Corn, per bn
Wheal, per bu
Chol'-e, New OrlcaDS..
f i t. I in
W 5 St)
r:- 5 1 ;.-i
J"; I Z"i
.Va i r,
7d''t. 1 l'J
Engllsu Breakfast ,
i In banol
j Saion Imperial
i Extra o.lve
lolet, per dozen ,
rinaviug, per dozeu....
J 2 ".
U a,i W
Tlinothyand Herds (Jrasspr. ton 1300(32000
Floor and Meal
Extra l amil)-
Juva coffee per n
Layua ra per It'
Rio per If-
Rio rousted per lb
A. Coffee suiar per tf'...
C Yellow sugar jver It
BriR t X.O. per It.
Cut Loaf per th
Crushed per It ,
Powdered per tf'
Granulated per tf'. ....
. tl i
j Mackerel o 1
Mackerel, No. 3.
i While per Ih .
; Country Produce
0(a 1 "3
l' f 20
Rico per It'
Cheese per ft'
Honey per It.
Raisins per lit
2i a 2j
Currants per tti
Candles per It
Starch per Ut.
Bran per cwt
Shorts per cwt
Beans per lb .
Hominy per ir
Nails per Vt
Chestnuts per bu
MILLI1TE H Y
Wholesale and Retail,
Emporium of Fashion,
MRS. M. J. BRYANT, Ag't,
Btitteiick Patterns for sale
1st am 1)
lug ana I'luklug done lo order.
WTNew Througliont: Kefjtted uud Itcfur
turn ibhed lu blegaut istyle!
Corner i Murkit unJ Sciciilli Utrtrtt,
LOUISVILLi:, . . KENTUCKY
1'arc ?2.o I'rr Day.
JO. B. ALEXANDER i CO.,
J. K. Mdbwen. W.T. Crlswell. J.T. Akin
Akin & Co.
We have bonnht W. H. Taris interest
the I ndertaking and l urnltuns Htore
J. 1. AK1U 4 Co., I
and will keep a
Oi eveiytiiing in otrrlint?,
vUl rksse jl ve us a 0114.
T- Our frier l 3
Jno. J. McOavock,
Com mission nvroirolxxxxt,
v And Wholesale Dealer in
IMPROVED FARM MACHINERY,
Field Seeds, Fertilizers, Etc.,
No-.. G2 and Ci South Market Street,
NASHVILLE, : : : : TENNESSEE-
TJ10 lorost nnd niojt complf to stock of Agricultural Implements and Ford
Machinery to lio found in the South or Wost.
The laixfst stock f if the most carcfullj wlcctod Field Hel-i of every kind, flt
lowfsi iicfs lor ca6ii nion.
Full stix'k of Iure Fertilizers constantly 011 liaud, at Ion prices.
C'.insi'nineiits for (set-vis: anl Country
for Storairo, and cliarircs very reasonable.
Give us a trial before you purchase
Siout'r.-west side of the I'nbllo f-tntare, in the
house formerly occupied by lne Bank of
Columbia, vbure be proposed to ofler every
thing in his line at piloen that will
DEFY COfilPETITIOH 1
e done to order.
Uoofln-', irttlct iUK.aiid evurrthliid per-
tainim; l his line of hiudncsii on better
terms ibs.ii can be had elsevt b'-re.
I,. IJ. Attweil can belound at lilts house
and v.ould be ilRd to have ali his old
friends . nil upun him. jovs-T7-hin
By virtue of a I 'eed of Trust made lo me
us Trustee by V. A. aud A. f '. Thompson,
and of record In It-pia'. r's oti'ee of Maury
Co'iul v, Tennessee, in lio'.ik ., pae "ii T.-ii,
and bv virtue of decree of Chancery Coort-I
st Columbia, 1 will sell t public outcry, at
tho colli'! - house door, in tlie tov.-n of . olum
bia. cn Monday, the Ttli d;y of January ,IS7J,
to the highest bittder. tbo lollowiug denerib
tsl ral ,M!ite. siluaicd iu tilu district of
Matirv . 'ouuty, Tennessee, snd more partie
u any di-scriled as follows, viz: Tract of
land bounded ou Hie north by tho luudd ot
W. , Maniii nii'l Koan 1'i lsby; cast by the
lands of John 'loiTiumiJ Hln:nl McDon
altt; south l.y the lamls of William Perry
nml DiitiK'l InmHiri; west by the lands ot J.
B.'-Sraeey; cmiiultiini; about acres, and
being the. sime conveyed to the said N. A.
and A. C. Thompson by A.N. Akin, Clerk.
t ilie Cot.nty Court of Maory County, Ten
nessee, having beeu sild under the orders ot
aid court. In fie cause of 11. A. Mai tin vs.
T. K. Mai tin, et and the sai l deed ot the
said Akin, Clorl:, appears upon the Regis
ter's Kook ' Maury Couiiiy. Book Y., Vol.
l'ftes ilfj ami JIT. aud to which rclerenuu
is m'ide. Said properly will lie will im a
crditof six nnl iwevle monihs, ir.c from
eqtiity of ledemptioii, and five lixim all
cmitii of homestead. I'urchaser will be
required to eive notes Willi sood security
for ilie purcimve mom y, anil a iieij will be
r-tnlinil iipuu the laid until purcha.se liinu
ev is p..ld. W V. 1MJHA.M, Tiustee.
'Nov. : h-ls77.
Lot 3JOJLT SelO!
By virtuo o' the power vcstcl in us. as e
editors ot John liri.wn, oei.vasui, u ins
will, wc will, ou ThuiMlny, November S',
177, Kell at the eiiurt-i'OU-e door iu Colum
bia, IVnii , lotbo Uinhest aii'i best bidder,
ou a creoil ot one two aud three years, a
lot of around in Columbm, Maury county,
helms lot No. iu said town, '.r'ltuT leet,
ud ocint; tbo same soul to John Brown ty
the hiieild of Maury county, 'lean., and be
ing same formerly occupied by K. M.
Vaughan, und oil w ukh there is u rarpeu
ter'ttshop. wliich was used by said Vaughan.
Notes of the pinchMsn will be required,
with two good securiiies, and a lien will be
retained lor the purchase money.
GF.OKUK A. BKOWN,
WM. A. JONKS,
nxecutors ofJohu Brown, dee'd.
iJov. 2, lS77.-ld.
... . ... ,
ir .... i... , I-. . .to v- tiii'tvt.vt f.1 t lii I iisol venrv
iitt.tiih tuii.-.i'j .-... . . . : . "
of thetslaleol William Jones, dec d, to t he
Clerk ol tlie County Court oj Maury county,
'r. .. ........ .1. .t ... lu I'uniliu t.i v.-n lit u Tier.
ivunrct uui ivw n ..I. v . .
sons Having ciaimn againsL iju tiwj
file them liuiv autbeutit-aled with salcl
Clerk ou nr be :ore the liU'l of May, 1"7S, for
proiata distribution, or the samo will be
lorever barred. JAMKST. MOOKK,
Nov. 2, 177. Admiuistrator.
AT CENTnF.VlI.I.E, TKSN. i
All persons having claims against Jas. I
Ii. Cecil, dec VI, are hereby notified to file'
them with mcou or liefore the 1st uay of
January, ls7s.or they will be barreil.
V. M. JOHNsjoN.
Nov. 2, l77.-lt. Clerk and Master.
Having this day suggested the insolvency :
of Aaron I toward, col., uec, io inc i.iei a oi
t he County court of Maury county, 'J'euu.,
notice Is hereby -liven to all 1-ersons having
i'liiii.s iigaiiist said estate to file them duly;
authenticated with said clerk, on or Iwiore ;
the l.ith of March, 157.;, lor ptorata distribu-
lion, or t he same will be forever barred.
EDMIST0N, Associato Prin-
Tlit; first term of this school will oien in
the College liulidiug on Monday, sjfpt, ;jrd,
according to advancement. An luctdeu lai
I'-l. JUlllttU IIUIU T '.'.-t LO '.U.'-'J 1,1 UltlllWlt
fee of I.'J per term w ill be'.-bargeu' each pu
pil. .Ml bills duo al tho end ol ua'.'ii school
month, i'or pupils entitled to benefit of
public fund, no charge will be made iu free
school udlcs. For circulars containing
furtht r informal Ion, apply to
'J'. Y. tsEVIEK, l'riucipal.
or 11. B. KM MlSsTON. issociatb l'riucipal.
DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP-!
Tho partnership heretofore existing be
tween Wilkes fc Porter, barbers, la this day
dissolved. All parties indebted to tbe Arm (
,1-1 . 1 nlfnut pnnip Inni'ilril sntl Mttl n HL tin rr.
.Nov. I', 1VT7.-1 w. tJTL'Ml' IORrkH. J
. ... ;
T A TtTTn OWnnU i
Ihe uiideisined having; removcl Lis
stock ot I 'i iijjs, .Me'llclues, etc., to tbe new
buildiug lately erected on the corner of the
l'ublie Niuare and W'e&t ilaiu Street, will be
gratified lo see all of his old lrieud.- aud
customers at the new store.
Nov. !', 1S77.-1 1. T. Ii. K. I NS.
Non-Kesiden t Notice.
T. B. Met 'andless et al., vs. James Anna Mc.
.:iouess et at. I
In this cause it appearing from complain- i
aul's bill, wbi' h is sworn to, thai the de-I
lendants, .lames t nog aud wile, Josephine :
Craig, and Juiivs Anna Mctudless. are '
non-residents ol tun siiMto ot lennf---.ee, so'
that the ordinary process of law cannot be:
served on tli'-m: il is therelore ordertd by;
mc that publication be made for four eon-'
secutive weeks in the Herald aud Alall, a
newspaper published ln tlie town of Coluni-
bla. Maury county, 'J'enneKset-. reuulrimr i
said delendants lo appear before the Conn
ty Court ol Raidcoonly, on lhe first .Monday I
in Iieeeinoer, is. t, and plead, answer or de- !
mar to complainant s mil, or lhe same will
lie taken for coi lessed as to them, and cot
for bearlmc exp&l tt'.
rtZT I II
Tiaware, Stoves, 2c,
QV. y, is,,. A. , AJHN-, (,'Urk,
Iroducc K'Jlcitcd. ."siilctidid facilities
elsewhere. Satisfaction guaranteed.
La Pierro House,
NASHVILLE, . : . TENNESSEE,
law at this housx.
Tli 1Z LATEST
Uew York, Paris
BE FOCND AT-
Draper and Tailor,
No. S7 North Cherry M., -
TU RBI H E U WHEEL
UUA UANTIil'D TI1K ril!T.
STOUT, MILLS & TEMPLE,
Afi-(n"fxjA.rLr oral J'rnprhlvrs.
A1.SJH, Hour und Tc
jter Mill Mchinerj,
and (W-ueral Mill t'or
nlsberri. Ijiruv illug
1 rated catalogue sent
free on application to
Stout, Mills & Tem
ple, iwyton, Ohio, or
We liavt iii stot-1 a rnt-i'lasi3 assort
Also Harness from
iU3.00 to 100.00
Our work is first-clnxs: the prl'-es lower
ttaan the same kind of work can lu- bought
north of Columbia. KL'HN A TL RflN.
sBoot and Shoe .Maker,
tsoulh Kmbargo Mrcet,
- 1 Columbia,
1 desire to say lo iny old cusfotiiei-s uud
others, that I still muke IVkiIs and fsboes,
aud that nooueelse is atjthori,iil to sell
them. Any person or merchant preteuding
to sell my Boots orSihoes, is defrauding the
public , for he is telling a falsebootl.
May lx-77-iy. l'Kl UK HKCKKNBACU.
j:T virtue of an execution In my hands,
issued from the t hancery t ourt of lton
county, Jennessee, in lavorot J. T.(s. (niiu
field vs. T. O. 1 . to-eenrlcld. 'In casxt of
reeuneio v. Kuiton) I will sell for ash
to the highest bidder, at the court-house
tioor in lne town ot oiumbix, ou Monday.
the ll'th day oi November, s77. a Irncl or
ine jauiuayni noveinoer, s,7. a Irncl 01
parcel ol laud, situated lu the i;th civil dls
trlct ot Manry county, Tennessee, aud
! Hounded on the north bv the lands ot T. u
I T. Greenfield; east by Duck lliver; south ny
t ,ir... ,t it.' . .....7-. .... .: . .. J
mu. uattKiuB riti n i e, we&i. uv i 'UCK Ivlv el
ami Joe Voss, containing i."0 acres, known
j as, the "Brick House Karm." Levied upon
i ... , -t.i . . . - - ... ..r"V
uuu iu iw muu tw uiu property 01 I. 1 . . j
, ureenneld to tatlsfy said execution uud
cost. W. A. A I .EX AN DEK. Kheritr.
By W. . Wltherepoon, JJ'ty H'la.
October l!f, 1S77.
Carver & Horn's
HOG CHOLERA REMEDY.
A certain, etrectlTe and prompt cure, and
3 preventive oi tuo spread or the dls
Price OJ.OU a I'ackage, coutainiuir auf-
Bclent to cure twenty bogs. Have your hogs
A. J. CAKVliKi CO.,
seplT-ly. Nashville, Tenn.
. Hy virtue of n rteereo of the Chancery
j court at t oiumbia, lenu., rendered al its
I -M".1' n me cause ot K. ( '. Cliuri-h
vs. W. '. Taylor, et al., 1 will sell at the
! court-house door in Ilie town ol oiumbia,
J on the Li 'lb day of November, ls77, the fob
iu mis ufm riowi irucui or parcels ol land,
to-wit: One lot, situated in tbetonrnof
i Siauta Fe, -Maury county, 'Jun., being tho
' south' r n imrtion of lot No. li, and bouuded
; as follows: Beginning at a rock iu the
J south-east corner of lot No. lj, rniinlng
thenc north :J7 leetto a rock; thelice west
j if) feet to a stake; Iheuco souths feel to a
rock; thence su L-et to the beginning.
I Also, one other tract of land, situated in
j the lslh civil district of Maury county,
i Teuu., being the saiue ou which J.T. Spark -j
man resided iu April, ls7.,,aud described a
! follows: I.iea west of the town of Knnta Ke
about one-fourth of a mile, and is Isiunded
: on tbe north by the lauds of John Mc
! Meens; on tbe south and south-west by the
Vemou road: on the south by the 1 acre lot
! bought by Spark man irom Oalloway; on
j the east by Wm. Youuger's lauds and Cow
I ley's gin lot. This lot eontaiUM abonl Si
acres, ana baa on It a two-fctory frame
.KKMSOF H.LF-Ouo and two years;
notes with good security, without Interest,
will be required of the purchaser or pur
chasers, aud lien retained to s euro i.av-
uivuiui puicuicte money, ooia lree jrom
e'lully ot redemption, and all claim of I
uomesieau. v. U. .'JOYtAl, C. & M.
Oviuuer -bin, in,.
J. J. Miller, et al., vs. r. l Voatch, ct ul.
Pursuant to a decree of tho A orshinrul
County Court of Maury County, Teunesseo
r.tlliterMil t. IIX ntHn ii.r... l u-r i . . .. .
above styled cause. I will sell to'the iiighest,
auu LfiuuQi,utJ t uc jt cmum, oil atlO-
j uay, mo i.ibu oi ijeceiuoer, i-i7, one unn
d red aud Ove acres of the laud described in
I 11... I...., I . . I . . ... . 1 -. . .." . JJ
west by the lands of Newton Matthews: on
Ilie soul h by the lauds of llobert and Libert
Matthews: the remaining twenty-live acr't
adjoins lb lauds of Newton Matthews, et
ul. lhe eighty acre tra. t is covered l.y the
wldow'adow'T of i acres, inwhni.
I the icmaiuder InUrest, wlllbesold. Hui.l
taudb will be sold upon a credit of one and
two years, except the sum of ten percent
upon amount of sale, which will bo re.iuir
ed on day of sale in cash, U pay cost and at
torney s lees, otes with approve. I securl-.
' r . ""-ere,, irom uaie win be retiuir
eu ol the pi
urchaser or purchasers, and a
nt-:., icutiiiim mi necure payment of tho pur
chase money. The rignt to accept and re.
Ject any or all bids la reserevM.
A. N. AKIN
Clerk and Commissioner.
AT CENTREV1LLK, TENN.
A U persona having c Lai mi asalnstfi w
May berry are hereby notified lo flle'th
same with me, dnly authenticated on or
before the 1st day of Januarv i?-v ' "IVf'I
January, is; OP
will hn barrrd. W Vf fi'invJ...! mey
W. Ji. JOHNS iv.
mmm&-i II II
For the Cure of Fr and Ague
(Cfukdfroni the Xtc
MafrtM'ai f hf 1t rum ii 11 nnnnKtlnnablToneoftbemost marvelotis remedU ever cileltd
fo the itnliiin nn It lu harniut nv miMluin
IIILr.S an. I fl'VI'K of nn ,.ialtr Imw tnanv
1. araeuic or other deleterious druna, It can be uiven wiih iK-ricct Impunity to d lidi
d la moreover a splendid Tonic and One Appetir-er, aud can b taken wit h splendid
salta ln all caftes nt general Debility. This
uu neeuH nut a trim lo convince tlie inoii.
Nutk Tim Ptn.iriit". win ...u 1 m Hiniili1 fmllr.iM fi ir everv droD ot bis (.lull Ourd
found to be composed of nulnlne. arsenic, or
For sale T. b. KaXN'4. Columbia, Teuu.,and by other druisw ucnorally.
nov9.77-lr. ltprietvr ftnrt
llJ-1-- - J r . 1 . .
We have now ln store
Staple and Fancy Gorceries,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Fresh Fish, Oyster
And will nof be underaold
Goods Received Daily!
.t-r iiimm-n vi-i iinnc
house iv ice per wt'k, aud can be relied on as lielog frn. Wo pack
i il.. l...l...t. ..n..riutiltUlitnillllilUt I'llitlomrni. 'S.K.
oti i riK'.ntiinuinalitl In
New York or any other prices,
r,..i win i fin t.iKiiA.l with a
... ... -----
OUK WlSl'.i areold and pure, aim canuol be equaled for mrdlcal
SI..... ... t.l.l '. n ,1 V,. kU, lflMll
V iV IU. ... ...h Inr lluvtti PmllllH. KllllFT Ullll I .11 US. f " OOllS
delivered free in the city. Ice furnished lo families uuiiug tbe season
Next to Trade Talacf, Tublic Square,
Jj. STREET & CO.,
EAST SIDE TUBLIC SQUARE,
-c AKitY a coMrLirn: stock or
m 4 k t jt r i mm i it ibv mW m
"Vc have all t-izrs of Si LuUt Form M'ani-, vLi-'U
fri'atcr capafify, tlmu any otLcr wavuii uim.I...
August 51, lT'.-Jrn.
lJHY-GOOD', BOOTS, fillOE, II AT.S,
CY O'KOCEI'IFS, WHKAT, CORN, MF..VL, IT,OLR, IiA
CON, LAItl, KUtJAK, COFFEi:, .SALT,
All'I evcrvthifl'' UsilalU l.f-nt in 0
bank's sum. lurd s-i,t-, COHN.
ana puiiiHiitf.' llH-ir jiricon t
J lltll't toll- It I'lott.nnf
and Malarial Fever of Every Kind-
(trUtui Price Cuficni. )
aiHwdtive and speedy euro lor all fin 't
veam f-Ut lltlllla. lunialulllK lieniier t,um
remedy has never failed In perfect ilia
other deleterious Mutistance.
Muwuvtunrr, l2 Fur.rth Aimer, I.vth 1!", A;,
-.1 i. .1 .' . 'I
a upleadid (owrtrueM of
and Game in Season !
ou same gitidyfc and uulllles
Stock Always Fresh!
Nn cot KKPS nr rossted In out own
niinlilv and iri'e. We will duplicate
l'arllos purctiasmij hall pounds or
fuucv cannisUir. lead lincu auu
.sj j;j;i:t ct.
CLOTHING, HTAPIJ: AND FAN
fri - ,.1
-.' Wfiijlis o
i li:, l;ic,
HAY. Hw;s i' r
. us i h-ap a- the )i. ni.tsf
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uuu iianiiJsiiii'' juivt's,
rXs ii u e .s h i i t; .