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COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 1SS
IMU'KIllA JOlTRNAU Ftttltil. WS.i
MAI h HKNTI NKI.. I.tblllid, 1S77
HEAD CAREFULLY AND REMEMBER, BECAUSE THERE IS NO USE OF WASTING A DOLLAR WHEN YOU HAVE A CHANCE TO SAVE IT.
Having tin- pleasure to announce that afU-f rausaeting ft.-r fair weeks through all tin- leading mark-ts in the East, have succeeded in-proeiiriug from the very choice of the market .ne of the best ami largest and mo: desirable
l-s to defy cip;j:tii:i i
and in addition tlie latent style of 1'aris Millinery that has ever been presented in the city of Columbit., and at such figures th
not a fiord to waist their inoiicv, and the ioor rcouircs strict memorizinz of every dollar and penny. The stock is now ready
that yells the best ;oods tor tlie least money. Who can tell the waist of money when you buy your goods of houses t hat buy and sell for big pri:
brains instead of cheek, and ability that is crashing and beating hack those merchants with their toug.'i auu tremendous Lug pi'ic.- :l will in; impossio
fact, that will level your head on the genuine bargains, as I mean to master the situation and lead in quantity, quality ami prices in 1.1
little credit, and nay those unreasonable prices, those 1 trices below are not iriven for srlorv. and they do not change when tiie
I A good white, pure linen, :Mc.
TVminwlf tnlil.i linot, in n 1 itit i, l.ittr-.. in
This department is complete; can- ! u-i,;ru n?nl mil
not be c .iialcd in the city
A splcmiii! bleaching 41 7o.
A spl.'ti.lM Sea Island 1-1 7e.
A splendid Sea l.-l:ind M-1 oe.
Kl-4 shetttng 3le.
(.'anion llnnnt 1 We. J
'oltni checks .Sc.
Bed ttekiii!', good 1-1, l-"e.
.'i-1 bleaching ."tc.
Ohivot, extra, lOe.
l.'L' ATTtlXJ 'JIM
&& ir,:r tea m
Tn j.nlien -m 1 fill tnnu T ;ttl In. ml..
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planers, j ,tnn; pieces to select iro;:i.
Dress Goods Department.
We will assist the ladies in eombU
Mating the .'suits which are the leading
i styles. Ask lor the gross grain black
i dress silk that is selling for SI. Took
j at the special drive in black satins at
e city of Columbia.
re wanted: they are .-.tri
70 cents. A big drive in colors sat- ! eashm"iv-, m all wool, the .-.ulectlims
ins ami silk. A rnagaihjjiit line of . cannot be be;. ten in any city, and l;i?
Iiornan stripes for trimmings. Look i prices unequa'e:!; you can buy all woo!
at the velvets and velvetinea in grand ea-limeie :i ::' cut. la !! inn; i.;, vd
selections. Ask for the great bargain :iu:l wlilio, a 1 .-.I I oihvr color--, hi
in $2 plushes; inoinie cloth in all col-'j plain, opera, and medicated th-- pn..'t -ors;
fine worsted brocaded in all i art' une'j'Mled an 1 the selcc'ui;i gr r.:
shades; eashmere in all colors. Look : Cioakins, watoriroof, e:-simere and
at the drive in dress good-1 id 10 cents,,.' jeanses, compaction is dolled and
100 dilltrent styles all wool tilling. aud prices ro -k bottom. Tilanket.s. ,
7 cents will buy splendid tress goods. white and colored, quilt and spreads
In black and colored double width j can be found to suit everybody.
, nut only in the city bntSlhe State. Not by favor but by merit alone, will I maintain anil increase my unrivaled ivput:.;:..;:. 1 prices will not do in tln-se tiitu ., w 1.- n
iilicut a miss, rhat prices cau bd named that have not been u.imel as quoted, in thi- or any other market; good mu-ls m 1 u i !it.is are kept and lt lieve tbat ih pt,..iu- :.
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will 03 my aim 10 name prices tuai il win comjtei you, in sen ueiense, 10 ouv oi nit . .vovanceti ineas sue cr nr ;:, .win u ii-ijuti vs huh iihck ih-u t.i ui i n ... t .i-
Tiv.' in (ietail all quotations, butan early inspection of my stock, feeling eouiident that the prices will offer such uii.i'.i-'Vl : ;i '. argument, U.at no nther h-mse e m inn -b .md
Hence I throw out to toff masses of this surrounding the below n lined specialities, the.-e matchless prices and i :.H-:.!c-s ;:. .ds, t.i check lli practice of w.-n-iim; niuucy ior l ,t.
L-tly sold accordingly.
in cloaks, dolmau?, walking jackets
:"! Lidies, Aliases and 4-'tuldreu are
! now on Die counter andx .wh fir in-
sptctirn, ami for qn".tlitj'"riT!fty, i
style and price, win m -t, .iuy retail
liou.se in the State; shavle n (.Jshmere,
wool en I cotton in alnmvK.
Notions and Fan.J;$ods.
In hosiery, kid glovtt, J.itassi
mentry, and all other 'oes that
can be" imagined, can be'iaaagTned.can
l;i found and l trices posit id; can't be
eq'.ialed. Towels, napki-JP. 4able cov-
?1 r.? W "j.."t.
ers, a magnificent line.
Mrs. M. J. IJfyaut. a leading nniKt -er,
with four trimmers, nre buisily en
gaged in arranging and arranging and'
trimming for the grand openieg i :'
millinery. It will be announced the
opening (lay and 10,000 chromos will
le given away on the opening day.
That department will be a speciality
in my establishment, and strict atten
tion will be givpn in order to make it
second to none in the anywhere.
S.-vonty-tlvo f"'t has been ail le I fur
: lb!-; department, which is ti!ld tit a
inagtiilicent line f Dress, Diau nal,'
IV.-m..-s Suit- for Men. You t lis, 1 !..
and t'biblreu, ew-iy color and t vc'
.'i.o, in all qualities, can be found i.i
'.hat deportment. Hats for Men,
U'tys and t'hddreu in good ipi ilily as
' rock bottom ligt!'-e.
ents underwear in all wo l shirts,
white launtlnetl dress shirts, an elegant
selection of linen collars, in all si.t's,
for Mom, Itoys and Chilclren. i
in i 0--M- Wilde's sti-l" bats, latest
style, are sob 1 at 'l, worth 52. I'oiue
end see fhem. Make it voiir bn-ine.-s
to look i iruugh tue stck of clolhi.isi
ioo's and Shoes.
Seveniy-live eases on band to suit
the most Hlotis best bucton make
- foi ( i -ui - Vu'i'iiw, I'.oys and t'ltil
dren: fur I lies, Misses and Infants,
you i u ive 2 per cent, at least, in
conijiai'i - t:i unit prices at ot her huuses I
,il I i ere...it- : M- , N .
t 'bleb en, ui'.' o.i t tu ...liit.
price.- !,. ;iitili-lt ell
t I eh eh'i II -till - I I O il . .
A in iu i lieeii t line 11 i.'il
sjtect ion . M . it !i I i n ;r "
That crowds the store tiom morning till night, whilst other merchants are asleep on their counter awaitiu" big price customers, and sell at figures no one can adbrd to pay. I invite an early aud repeated visit of inspection, which will amply prove what 1 say. Polite and attentive salesmen are employed, who will glacly .-how you ( ! i r. j ;!i lit.
department. I will mention some of the leading salesmen:
MOSES EPJIRAM, KALPII JACKS0X, JAMES L. DA 131 WOOD, SOL SAWED, JOE SLATER, THOMAS TUCKED, WILLIAM ALF0DD, MILS. M. J, RRYANT, and assistant.
Thanking you kindly for past fp.vors, and expecting a continuence of the same, I remain, respectfully,
3STO. Q SOUTH 3VTXa0" STRBET? OOIlaUMBiA, TUSIXTHXT
t'ountry merchants will do well to examine my stock before purchasing their supply. Prompt attention given to orders by mail.
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- . GO TO E. W. GAMBLE'S FOB
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(j:ni-"i ':' .l iirim.' Jeelr St re.
V. Will I I ll(ll ,
officp:-whitthornk iilock.-w :
A ;Vf Uofiotlc of thi nub
ile le if.
W anted !
25,0O Ihs. Dried Apples,
2.3,000 lh. Dried Pearlies
PK.oiKK 17 d ;rH in goU clfc-
5,000 lbs. Now Feathers,!
5,000 lbs. Old Feathers.
Featlit-r a" in t: (iufand, :?nj will
I(J,000 Dry f Ink's.
1,000 Sheop ami Lambskins,
30,000 His. Iiai-'v,
1,000 lbs. UtM-swax,
50,000 lbs. .Scrap Iron.
Fanners Hiiil niprehntit will inake money
It tbey brinu tli ir f'tiurry vrofluce to n,
oaweere prepir-.il t. hti'.ijlft tlte Hijcve
goo'lt and py ili. ttlKhcMt murkt't prlcu
Give tin a cull bfore'yuu sell.
We reruuiu, youre reRpuctfully,
I. ISAXKfr:i? 3fc SOX.
1 m iff ilf vmmmmmm
I tlMpM ?iiAWJi ML M M: -oi. If M M: to E
I , SI "O v. I' Wholesale and HctaiL ! ? 1P
B f(166S 3 Mcrol-ants will lind it to their ii-rcsf j
Me jyyl 5n tocxani'iie my stock mihI mices. Von j ViJ
Wtf, EB will thai it coraplete, and 1 ..:..i.!ir, 5 "f5
I jf r5-w prices and quality of yood-. j Jl&
n a m hb S3 - I M-'fitUl im nci'ii!"!:-' to peivon-5 i i . T-.
Cash Fuiil for All Kinds W S I L TTMBIA, TH.
! Of I Areut for Jos. S.'itz-.- .V-ilwatsKe. Uo;t';.d g"
fg iieof. S-
m i Wfe n R
H I A m Ujt Ca u r .ft. i fu aaJmhaI. -
i .fill r 1 i r vr r-" nnn n i f u k n m. m. h xm n -s
j N (1
I Mliell Bnlfil Blank t Ur:
I rsl", I I XOA XT- i South Xain .Street,
1MI icJioisoii nous
on wbich L. G. Lanier reslddi t his death.
aiid on which I.. F. 1 -an lor nr.- ratldes. con
taining aboul 2tO acres, more or I will
s. 11 s. prately what Is know?; as the Sntpp
pine, sn re to be ablo to rfp-:;. sparat-iy
iH-:n i'1'Ch tract. i?all Stilp 't locat
ed 'ji Maury county. Tenn., r"c.vtl dlBtrlct,
hnnt.tl'dor, the north hy tbe mnd8 of Dr.
.lor.iM' ard Hnntcr Klttri'll, on the eat by
.lol'.rt B. iJiaklny. on the west by 1 evl Ivloh-
t'F,on the south by K Wiltshire, containing
liti H' is ald lands wlil be Hold in lot or
parcels 'to ns to Hiilt putchHsers. ' ;3yld sub
ject to dower of Mrs. LanlM.
Tekms : Credit, of li. 12 r.rid IS months.
Notes bearing lnterrs: rcqntrt-ti ' l thepur-
clia.--er, with good security,' ii.v- retained
and hoid free from the equity ol redemption.
In cause of
J. Ji. Worthao vs. A. W. Wortiiam, et als.
A sra-t ol land In Manry comity, Tenn.,
H!t c v!i il'Htrlct, conlaliilnK about 50 acres.
nrj'l b e. i rit d on the eat. by the Amos
': irs i'-r.t terrybeaty, on the north by the
lands fiei'-nsrlnir t" t he estate L 1). Myein.
n ttjH wet hy J. M. Allen a.n south hy D.
(J. H'tltHitnb; belnj; the land un which j. D.
Wortbsm now -lv, s.
Ter'ns One an-1 two year crrdit. fre
fro'n the qulty of redempilo i. Notes with
upprovf d s cnrlty e.nil lien retained on
tame for purchase money.
In case of
J, 3. V.'iiKon vs A. J. Walker, -ail the inter
est ol A.J. Waltterlu the foilowlni? realea
tte, to wit. .situated In LiHwrtiiy, county,
'l'i"jn.,"ii the wiiteis ot Cr;ji:n' Fork of
Sin al Cr-o.fc, I.lttie Bun.'.!l.r;d thlers
( - ei. e i!'.ctlitlu of wli ' n,y be found
In t e f i:oviiiir cntrit s. w a '-ind 15SJ0 tn
A Heroic Man of the People.
While the Readjuster irty organs
sneer at Fu.ssell anil ridicule the ellbrts
of an honest man in behalf of his State
and his purty, Tenne.-see has not wit
nested a nobler sight than the heroic
canvass he is making. It is something
to appeal to manly men to excite ad
miration for heroism. Denunciation
is nothing; ridicule is less than noth
ing. The one leaves truth and man
hood, engaged in the cause of truth,
unscathed; ridicule linds no joints for
entrance in the armor of manhood It
never touches that which is not ridic
ulous. Tw enty years ago Ftissell was a ear
pen terboy; leaving his bench lor the
field to wage war for his State for four
years nud tospend another year, hunt
ltd by the oppressor because his man
hood, without regard to numbers or
consequences, resented an eftort to
make rum bend his free neck beneath
a yoke. Given the alternative of an
oath or prison, when he had giver, his
parole, he carved hia way out and pre
served his liberty and manhood and es
caped degradation. Such was the met
tle of tne man.
,.T.e-s' It.v. vts , Ji. !,,-i'.l.wl:, Vo i X TL (T...
" -"rlr PaSil liTflfi
; tl ...... nu. -,i .!uww Nolav has fTi t-I FjftftJ' r n-o " -lUib't. -tlib
rt - i ..f Ji.v. iikf '' ..x T enrj uiglit. For years he has been mal.ing
I ; ;Sren'?v SZaitt&lliiiS lh? attomey-general in
Vi "Tbade mark l
l)K COLUMBIA. TICXX.
Is a Tliqrough Kcmedy.
In every case of Malarial Fever, Fever and
Ague and Dumb Ague, while for Disorders
of theHtomach, Torpidity of the Liver, In
digestion and Disturbances of the Animal
Forces, which debilitate. It has no equiva
lent and can have no substitute. It should
not be confounded with the Trltnrated
Compounds of cheap Spirits and Essential
Oils, often sold nnder the name of Bitters.
For Bale by Drutrelsts and General Deal
rl. Rains & Bos.
Transacts a fJeneral I'anking Business
and gives particular attention to collec
tions. Liucius Frtekson, Cas'r.
James M. Mayks. Fres't.
may 1'J ly.
The Rev. Geo. II. haery,
of Bourbon, Ind., nay: "Uoth myself and
wife owe our llye toi.nlloii's Consumption
Are You Made mlserab'e by Indigestion,
Constipation. Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Hkln? Hhiioh'.i Yltallxer la a posi
Why Will Yon cough when Khlloh'sCure
will give you immediate relief, l'rice 10 o.
50 c. and SI.
Hhlloh's Catarrh Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker
'lluekmetaek,"a lasting and fragrant per
fume, l'rice 25 and 50 cts.
Hhlloh's Cure Will Immediately relieve
Croup, Whooplngcough and Bronchitis.
For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint, you
have a printed guarantee on every bottle
ot Hhlloh's Vltallzer. It never fails to
Nasal Injector free with each bottle
of Hhlloh's Catarrh Remedy. Frloe fifty
For sale by T. B. Rains A Son, & W. P.
WOLDBIDOK. Ot 26
J. A. Titcomb,
City Drug Store,
No. 21. Public Square,
Keeps on hand a full line of fresh
DRUGS, "WINES, LIQUORS, TOI
LET ARTICLES, BRUSHES,
Carefully Compounded at All Hours,
Day or Night.
of Real and Personal Proper
ty. The undersigned executors of the will of
John D. Fleming, late of Maury county,
Tenn., deceased, will on Thursday the lUth
day of October, lt2, at the late residence of
said Fleming in district No. 10 of Maury
j best bidder the realty and personalty of the
estate oi saia leming. me realty consists
of about 200 acres of valuable land In said
district, No. 10, upon which, are situated a
good dwelling house and other improve
men ts, and adjoin the lands of James A.
Fleming, bldney Fleming, Mrs. Kate Ste
phenHonnd others.Tn6 personalty consists
oj live stock, farming Implements, house
hold and kitchen furniture, etc. The land
will be offered for sale first In two or more
tracts, and afterwards as a whole, and tbe
bid or bids whloh will produce the highest
I amount will be accepted. Persons who
may wisn to examine the property will
call on the undersigned John J. Stephen
son. Teims of sale The land will be sold for
one-fourth caxh, and the residue on a credit
of one and two years with Interest from the
day of sale, and notes with good personal
security will be required from the pur
chasers for the deterred payments and
vendor's lions will be retained on the land
to secure payment of the notes. The per
sonal property will be sold for cash.
U. I. FiUEHSON,
'KM titWttV illUUIQ
NEXT DOOR TO It. LAZAKUa,
) HPKCIAL (
AtieM!rn liivcn to Repairing,
-CORNER CHURCH AND Sl'KLX'i: HTREK.S,
1 Invaluable pattnl.a imiirorsmtnts foundin no other
KjVOJjY&S in A world. For PaniphleU ud Frlc
I.KT. lal.D for HAW .MILLS', address
THI 11 LTMA.N A IAV tUB I'D, Mni6cl4, QttOi
Pursuant to a decree rendered by the
Honorable Chancery Court at Columbia,
Tenn., at Its April and July spe
cial terms, 1882, In tbe follow
ing causes, I will at the court house door,
In the town of Columbia, Maury county,
Tenn.. on Saturday, the 30th day of Septem
ber, 1SS2, sell to the highest and best bidder
the following real estate, to-wlt:
In the cause of
David 'xlrousdale and J.M.Maye vs. J. T.
Moore et r. A tract of land contain? hi
acres, situxfted In Maury county, Tenn., 21th
civil distDA-t of said county, surrounded by
tbe lands of H. Johnson, A. Enmmai,'e, es
tate of James Hoey, dee'd., Audrew aud
Little, and Mrs. Mary M. Dooley, I will sell
the remaining portion containing IkJ acres
not heretofore laid off as homestead to
Joseph H. Nicholson.
Terms. One and two years free from the
equity of redemption, is o tea of the pur
chaser with approved personal security re
quired and leln retained to secure purchase
In the cause of
I. H. Brazier, Kx'rs. vs, W. E. Brazier, et
als. A tract of cedar land containing 22
acres more or less, situated in Maury coun
ty, Tenn., 24th civil district, conveyed by
B. W. Porter to Wm. Brazier and bounded
as follows, north by the heirs of Nathaniel
Journey, dee'd., east bp lands of B. W. l'ar
ter, Bouth by lands of Calvin Carrigan and
J. J. Prlmm and west by Geo.Barker.
Terms. 6 and 12 months free from the
equity of redemption. Notes required with
one or more good eeonrities bearing interest
from date, and lien retained for purchase
In cause of r
James Andrea, Adm'r., eto.,of 8.T. Laur
ence vs. R. W. Frterson, and others. A
tract of land situated in Maury county,
Tenn., 10th civil district and bounded as
lollows, to-wlt: On the north by the lands
of Dr. Theo.Frlerson, on the east and south
by land of said Hettie A. Rains and W. V.
Thompson, and west by the lands of Dr. D.
A. Davidson; containing about 117 acres
more or less, I will sell the entire ract or
enough to satisfy debt, interett v.'d costs.
Terms. 6 and 12 months. Note.- "lth ap
proved security bearing Interest - ra date
required of the purchaser. Bold from
the equity of redemption, and U. i retain
ed In cause ol
Gideon B. MoKennon vs. P. C. Wide, et
als. A tract or parcel of land ly Hit in the
sth civil district of Lewis county, 'i -nn, on
the waters of Big Buffalo creek, at the
mouth of Orlnders oreek, bounde.i on the
north by lands of W. li. Flanag"r on the
east by the lands of Joseph KLloy, u tue
south by the lauds of W. O. Napier, -nd on
the west by the lands of Mrs. Napier and
Henry Pope; containing 805 acres -it. .re or
1 ri'urma i ami vadm. Not es bear' Tiir in
terest from date with good security ieiiuir
of the purchaser, and lien retaiu.r! vO se
cure purchase money.
In cause of
John B. Padgett, URe of J. M.
Hlckey vs. W. K. Foxall e-. als.
a tract of land in 21st civil district ilaury
county, Tenn., beginulr.i? r.t a stake, the
northwest comer of a tract i;f land w j:ed
by Win. W'et-t, 5 links east of a sugar tree
pointer and ruimint; south !1 , east, passing
u plu oak, mark's on west bank oi branch,
passing branch at 43 polfs, la all 07 poles
aud 18 links to C VVebster's corner in said
west line, thence north 1 ', east, pasins an
elm stump s;ate post ;J2 poles to center of
Rutherford Creek, thence down said creek
with tbe center thereof, ptiFxlug spine on
left, bf.nk at, 1U".'4 poles, passins W. T. Nev
11s and J. II. D.-w's corner at 2o!) 8-10 poles,
Davis ami i;. Maliou's corner at 2-j! 7-JO
poles, in nil WSl 3 lu poles to W. (Juarter
man's corner in center v.f said creek, thence
north . Ml-2i', oast 85 polts to a stake, thence
south 31', east, 7(i poles 14 1'nka to a stake In
"a pond, tiiener- .siiuih .VT, east 4 poles to a
fltake 15 fot v.-e.t of a r-tck fence, thence
north 32 51', eaJt 15 f;tt west ol a rock fence,
ilo poles and l'J links to the beeinnlng, con
taining ll:s ai-res, 1 rood end 13 perches. To
be sold na land ol Rufus l'ey ton.
Tekms; e'reUit of u und 12 months, notes
bearing interest lrom date of sale required,
and lieu retained, bale free from the eoui
y of redemption.
In case of
Sarah E. Modlin vs Win. L. Modlln etals,
all the right, title, interest and estate of tbe
defendant in tbe following tract of land; to
wlt : A tract of land located in Maury
county, civil district No. 1., bounded by the
lands of John Owens and others, contain
ing 50 acres more or less.
Tekms : Credit G months, free from the
equity of redemption. Notes with good se
curity required of t ho pnrcbaser, and leln
retained to secure tbe purchase money.
In cause of
Stephen Dark vs S. P. Rook et als, all the
right, title, claim and undivided interest
Samuel Rook haa iu and to the following
described land, ewetaiuiug by estimation
1UU acres, situated in the 24th district of
Maury county, Tenn., and bounded as fol
lows : On the taa by Duck River and Jas.
Sowell, on the south by lands known as the
Wheatley lands, on the west by lands of
James Tindell.and on tbe north by lands of
Jacob Burnett, being land on which said
Tkums : Credit of G mouths, notes with
good security required of purchaser. Halo
free from the equUy of redemption and leln
Allen A Reynolds, Adm'r, vs J, J. Cheek et
als, a tract or parcel of land situated In
Maury county, Tenn,, 2ifd civil district,
bounded and described a follows, to wit :
On the north by the lands of Derryberry
and Phtlilpb, south by the lands ol Char
ley Howell, east by the lands of James Sel
lers, and west by the lands of Charley Sow
ell, containing 21 acres more or less. Said
land being tho same owned by Scott Steph
Tkkms: Credit ol aud 12 mouths. Free
from the equity or redemption. Notes re
quired ol the purchaser with .-ipproved se
curity and leln retain d.
In cause ol
D. li. Cooper, il. M., ami J. M. Mayes vs L.
U. Lauier et n! a tract of land situated In
Maury county, Tenn., lu ulstrlcts Nos. 11
aud 12, on waters of 1J! JJigby, bounded
and described as Pillows, to wit. Ou the
south by lands of John D. Bleakley and A.
W. RcmpaiiH. on the weM by L. A. Mchol,
north Ly sUi it. Kitlreli and lands belong
ing to J. Ji. Coleburu'N heirs and Caleb
Llndsley, dee'd, and on the east by DUhal
Howard and John D. Pleakley. Same tract
nl Jmr.p.-f Soi it for Jim acres : ijtry No. 4K)
f tid l.Vrj in t ee ol John PnUllp" .'-r li.t acres;
j i :,try -if.:) and IvMi In neme c-1 J l";i.p,")n M.
i-ir t r ml tuirt ; entry No. Biaud 159 lu
! nritr'.e ol 'I '.nitHfj Yv holly lor l!o noree-' ; entry
j N .. Hit an.l 1672 In name of W. F. Moi.re ior
i i!il stcr s ; T.try Ntt. i. and l".7:l ia name of
1 W'i'. l:-':.isde tor i 17 actes; i.-r. try No. 190
urn! l iTI in t::imi'' Tikis M. Yoorhels for I'M
: i e.e, ; -ntry N . 247 anil 15U1 in tiie iiue of
i I'av.d Iooney f.T 1W acres; tn'ry No. 44j
J nud 15TH lti i'hiqo oi Jos J.-hi.sori for 1W)
I r.-T-y ; e: try No. 4i.s and l ivS .uQmeof
! s.-ii-..i U. I'tmiciiD for l!Ma.ros; entiy No.
io'i ur.i i.vi in tbe name i;l H .Moore for
i I'll ftr-f.-t, -nry No. too and 1575 5r nameof
I s. I'. Wa.'ufi'tor 11W acres, entry .No. IS-'and
! 15i'7 iu t yipi ot Logan M. Lt- Icr l:j acres,
! t, : ry N.t. 1'il anil J5tt; lit i a.'-.e 1 J. R.
vv ; Ker i r acri-, entry No. 4,, in ,jame
r l '.i". J. VtvtTi.elK for 71 acres. Tee Interest
! r-M ifii'-'d being l-o interest jiut.clianed by
..nil wjiKer, i will sell an rignt, litie, claim
I tT"' tr-terest oi raid Walker in fatosu dei
I c:i-ud trtot of land.
j Terms- Credit ol t and 12 months, sotes
with poiJ seonrity bcarine luts.-est from
dsj or s and lien retained. Sold free from
equity ! redemption.
In case ol
A. ji. Vv'ihKiieJd vs S. AT. Arnell. a trp.ct of
j ik mi NiuiRieu iu Maury county, lenja, win
eivii tiistrjct anu oounacu :us ioiiov-. on
the port li by lands of P. I". Betholi,' on the
east by K, tl. Ojtlvle and Thomas William
n, o:i thu south by Leltwlcb and Frank
.olilC'iirer, audon the west by A. Ni A kin
aid the Ml. 1'leasant turnpike, contaluliigttt
acres, more or lers. I will first sell said land
lu lots, reserving the lots heretofore b-ill by
Ueleiioant. anu li li uoos not oring Chouita
to pay said debt then I will sell the balunce
or said latin.
Terms 2"x). CO cash, balance 6 and 12 trios.
Notes with 2 gool securities required of the
purchaser. Lent retaineu. fold free lrom
the equit y of redemption.
In consolidated causes of
B. W. Porter vs. J. B. Hunter et als.; John
B. Hamilton vs. T. L. and B. W. Portor; A.
N. Akin, clerk, etc., vs. T. L. Portr. A
tract or parcel of land lying In Mauiy coun
ty. Tenn., Hlh civil district ana boanded
as follows, on the north by J. F. Ra ikln's
land, on the east by the Pnlaskl jilAe, on
thes-,uth by Thomas L.Porter and family,
and on the west by lands sold to J, J. Dob
bins; containing about 00 acres more or less
Terras. credit of li and 12 months. Notes
wit'i good security required of tbe purchas
er and lien retained; sold free from equity
In cause of '
Lucy A. Hoge et als, vs. E. W. Hoge et als.
Two tracts of land situated lu Maury
county, Tenn., civil dlstrlot, the first.
known as the Harlan places, is bounded on
the north by lands of Mrs. Sarah Dickin
son, Dr. Jordan and others, east by lands
of Henry Dawson, south by lands of J. W. S.
Ridley, west by lands of Job.i 8. Frr'trson
and heirs of Samuel Parker. iec d.;rcli,tain'
ing about 11M aores. xnei secouo.
knovn as the Ooodrum plotl", 1b L?.
on the north by John M. Fr;rson, ea
Henry Dawson, south by J. rtr. S. K
and west by Mr. Mary Coi.ner; oonti
abonttU acres. I will sell snd land 1
and then as a whole, the hichest pri
Terms. credit of 1 and 2. yejtw.
with Interest required oi
Sale free trom the equity ot
Hen retained. .
H. S. COOPER, C. 4 M.
a dollar in Tenneseeo. We are not in
the habit of making charges unless we
can prove them, or we might say tlutt
the only evidences ol money in thin
canvass lie upon tin other side.
There are those who have a Mlulihorn
conviction as to the morality ami wise
l)iiey of discharging obligations, who
see in this a moral question, and of
these and now in the lorefront of it, is
the trnllant carpenter bov and the sou
I of .t eapenter, who raised himself from j
the heiicli hy his own native will and
inti licet untl his own stubborn honesty
and lidelily. With the same devotion
to the public, he would not refuse when
he was asked to perform this service,
although he earnestly desired that an
other should take the place. He is
quietly anil heroically discharging his
duty in a manly way, which Tennes
seuns, who are of their fathers' heroic
mould, must admire.
They will yet thank Joe Ftissell and
those who are wit h him that there was
manliness anil couragre which was able
to rise above mean ambitions, such
poor amb'tiou as makes a man Bay:
"Personally, I am for the settlement, j
but the mivority is against it, and I go
with the tnujority." A time had to
o u.12 vrxrt, vfr.r-,:.s:-'!.(,:i an.t v,tr issues n
pf an u"l. iiV'oio rnenhod to insis h
liiiil the-iesr'l.'. andwrntig,'.?:' jjor'
ily aud immorality had to have a plac- :
in i on tiessec pounce; wnen nokvi mer . , r
had to eon , to the front and shoivjhav
uid will ad" , .1
it is ri.bt
man, to go with the crowd nml to fol
low his own selfish interi'sts, but ulso
dares to lalwir earnestly and faithfully
iiirainst that, which has been the re
vailitig sentiment In Tennessee for
years, i:i the interest of truth and right,
for ihe triumph if virtue and the inau
guration of that moral, intellectual and
in itcrial progress which will oihh up
for every humble man the pathway to
better ami noliler life and the enjoy
ment of life, is by far greater than the
man who relics upon his warlike val
or when it is civic talent, and not mil
itary, that we need.
1 general thing they blaun d i!,
graph institute and m.-uiv ur-i
I'diiciifioii in Ti'Iffrriiir-li'.
To tho American.
There a requite a nuniberof telegraph
colleges iu the country under the man
agement of men who claim to be
"lVol'essAirs,' and ad ertise extensive
ly that young men may become "first
class," "Nmipctcnt," or "prolicient"
(Iterators within three or four months;
also claiming that situations are plcu
tiful and salaries iu excess of what
operators actually get. JSow, in order
t J lree the inutile mum of auv such
lusions.' I wish to state that these
Ilexes are not what.tney elim to be,
.1 the "rrofessors"' statements are
true, 1 hav
J here were over tin
students that we came iu cotit.ic:
at two institutes, and ue .'tie v ,:; i
that they should testily lo II n , , ,
ness of our statements,"
As to Hie colleges, ilie .Mr-., n
flirt her says:
"Therefore, in view o' f.ici like
foregoing, we decided that m ,
nave nothing to do with auv (;,'.
sion that left so ninny oiiii:;
helpless, and const quenl l t-.-.n
Curses to lie I ir:i nd upon 1.111 in .. :
mid we have ollcu slated, mid io i,n"
that we would not acet pt, as a vjit,
halt interest in the lust 1 i . (
telegraph institute in Ann riivi, :hmI I
Compelli'd to retain our oonineln
The 11 bo ve arc aelual f;iels, m !
llitpe Will have tbe clleel t.i p!:;.-i!"
the telegraph colleges hcffie II, e 1 1 1 ! I ,
in their true chnraeier.
AN ()l.l Tl-;i.w.i: 111 i n
Die . shallow, hollow, iiiiih im ii
ileniagogtiery of the readjuster
made app.xreut when Ibey boldly
the people '1 teen use 11 ! ji gislati v, ! '.
I mittee of 1MLI, coniitosetl of N.
known a great many liison, j. 1 noigia-tM, .1. w.i
-n ,:i -i"-f.-e fn 'e. '"- -j 1 1 .,1 1 1
the Mate, relentlessly persuing crime
ond drivme law-breakers to the wall
until his is one of the most orderiy cirs j f?v 11 ;" polities men can
cuits in the 8tate. He has been a iter- voeate the right because
sistent advocate of liquor laws because ; t'Veii though party o.posc and major.
he saw the necessily for them. Ho has 1 tv d'-eiare O'herwise.
advocated them, not as a fanatic, but j Toose wi;-) suppose he has made (Lis
as apraetical man who saw how much ! can -ass m vum win nnu out now very
they were needed. Under his enforce-,
I to bo
f ... flit
mentof the four-mile law school house
Iiave grown up and latal cross-roads
have become peaceful, and the "hells's
half-acres" becomes sites of school
houses. He was nominated because of
his determined heroism aud pursuit of
duty, selected for his determined State
credit convictions and his devotion to
the maintenance of a wise law. He has
pursued his canvass, without bluster,
without braggadocio, without a numer
ous press, the lavish use of the tele
graph, or the expenditure of money.
That party which the liquor interests
sought, and which gave them wli.it
they asked, charges that all this is for
bandholders and railroads. We find
uo press growing up fostered by mo
ney, no newspapers Hopping his way,
nocountry press changing to him. We
find no processions of carriages and no
eyideucesof pecuniary activity, dis
plays of posters, lavish use of the telej
graph lines. It would seem to a man
up a tree that if the bondholders are
using their money they are hiding its
light under a bushel.
This clamor has been raised for the
last ten years. It has been so baseless
that none of the accusers haa ever been
able to point to any indication that the
creditors of the State have ever spent
bad"," they have been fooled when they
eoun t ii.,. vote in November. What
eha'1- e, what hope ti e liquor interests
and their determined labor to produce
a iomise Democratic platform, to
violate Ihe ideas of justice as to the
Hltite ilc-Lt in order to be sure of a Dera
oe'.'iuie siieees wuich they expected to
result iu good to them, have left to beat
Hnv.Uin:-. is only in Mr. l-'ussell. It
could be done yet; it can yet be done,
aid who more deserving than this he
roic advocate of truth and morality
Tiie general is hailed by many, met
in catTiair's and his praises sounded by
telegraph ami his gallantry shouted
aloud. I fix thin crouds are maguilied
and their numbness under his elo
quence heated seven-fold for morning
readers, and his harangues called
statesmanlike and logical and profound.
Honors, adulation and panegyric are
heaited upon t he general. Why should
not the humbler, but not less gallant
soldier have a chance? Why are not
his devotion and heroism in the cause
of morality and truth and the best in
tercets of Tennessee for here and here
after to be the more rewarded.
If the man who conquers himself is
greater than he who taketh a city the
man who not only conquers his own
natural instinct, which is in every
d become thorough y disgusted and
il t:;t as a uselcs undertaking,
have at the present time a eertili-
ie si ;i!."i! b. t'iree young men, iir-
: iei i iiieii Is ol a telegraph college,
v. hieii -i : ; cmi-hisi ye evidence ol the
t -in 1 !' ; i.;s statement; ami without
j.-'!i':r in: 1 further detail, J respectfully
s il-itill the loliowing extracts iitiiili ih-t-1
in "( .oi-ilinaii'.s J'.'jsiness Jlcsscn
t. i'.''i:i v iiich J'rof. l-'rank (fjo.Iinan
b'-.y.-t, in answer lo the question, "Do
y "1: teach teltgraphy."'
"We have over four hundred coui-i-itiidc.'itiouu
011 lile asking tlx; above
question, ami have taken up much
tune in answering, that we did not,
and giving cur reasons for not engag
ing in this business.''
I'eferring to students, he says:
'During Ihe three years we acted as
s, cretary 'or two leading telegraph
insitlltes, we observed that at least
three fourths hceamc discouraged ill
the course of three months, because
they had not advanced as rapidly as
they had anticipated, or the advertise
ments had led them lo lielieve, and a
majority of the remaining fourth ex
hausted their means before they could
do ordinary work. We have seen
students practice day and night for six
months, and then not bo able to send
or receive to any degree of satisfaction
to themselves or others; in fact not one
out of thirty ever has obtained charge
of an oilice, and not one of this number
took charge of a commercial oilice.
At least twenty-live out of the students
of the institutes returned to their for
mer occupations, and did not put to
use what they had learned, and. as a
it tt) tie ? ' It
qilcs! loll U)t It.tiM'e; it lie
aceiitale on t il pnin ! , 1 1
not pay any more, Imti
del-.f projHT 'iii-ht Ii.i ii 1 1
(HMl.iKio. Their p!..tl'iiii
lilt'ii! of the Stale de'tl
1:1 on t he ij round l h I i he
never been disputt 1 ty ti
ailtl W.e: I here
h tie '
l 1.1 I
1 11 :is !l 1
1 1 1
our pari v. and w.e: 1 liei t-;i in
mid uncivil obligation ol the
Now does it m.-ikc any tlille
whether that debt amounts t :
(MM) or !l,oi0,KMI, so far 11s its v..
or saeretlness is concerned . If
is !,tll(l,IMHI instead of S-J, 1 1 1. ',, 1 hn 1 1
character of State debt is it m
sacred, ami is not the honor (il
have any 1 ol thel'.ale parly pledged In
pay it iii full'.' Our opinion i-lhat wiih
those who framed the pl ii lorni,
sacredticss of the debt ineiiaM.. 1 -
the debt decreases. As the debt gr.m m
beautifully It ss its saeretlness beeoiii
more apparent. It is passing slrangt'
that men cannot seo the hollow pie
tentions of the wirery schemes of ti e.
demagogues to unsettltt insteinl of
settling the debt. ljewiburg News.
To Our Siiliscrlliers.
Our subscribers will please look to (he
date opHsite their names on (he111.11
gin of their pajHT. wlii h indicates the
time when their subscription expires.
If your time is out, please conic fur
ward ami pay up and renew.
FtR A T
iOizt Pacts, and Pacts Alone, Will Toll-
and Winter Season, 1882.
Now Ready for the Fa
Having returned from a six week soiouru in the Eastern Markets. T nm ltnrtnT trt t.11 mtr nnlrnnu tml frinmla Hint T lmiTa oml.riimut t Vw. ....... ......; t .. ..l..'t.
. , . . , , " - I i - (.-..,....,...... . . . v..j buMu . . V V 1 1 1 . 1 . V . L 11 IMIinl lllllll l 11 111, , I
only a cash ana experienced buver can have to out before the chonnin nnhiir tho irtr.sr tinoui nn.i iu..mt ut.ir np nnn,L thot i,..u .,1..; t. :
side the Mason and Dixon line. I know what the public wants aud I have purehaseifaccordingly. My prices are lower than they ever have U en heretofore
and with an early inspection astonish evervbodv. and thev will hn askinor hnw in fhn .-nri,i n-m fi.o onTTrrrrj tn-c -kt m-r i a -r-m
The Southern Trade Talace has and always shall be the headquarters ior bargains, antl "if lair
thenfohar r-A-Xj-OIE sell such good goods at such low prices.
at redemption; dealings can keep your trade, I am satisfied I will keep it.
The old Nicholson place, on the Haulp
sblre piKe, two miles from Columbia. I
will sell the 171 acres aa a whole, or will tell
E. C. McDOWELIj.
jaly-S-tf. Columbia, Tenp.
The John P. Brown farm for the year l4 l,
situated on the Columbia and Frank Ja
pike, one mile from Columbia, oontaiullg
about nine hundrodacres, with about five
hundred acres m - cultivation, The mot
desirable farm for rent In Maury county. ,
E. H. HATOHEE,
a3g.18.lt.eow. Columbia, Tenn,
At a Bargain.
One of the best small farms in Manry
county, situated on the Columbia and
Nashville turnpike, four miles from Co
lumbia, in a half mile of station of the .
N. ud 0J. is. Kali road. Contains 183 acres,
well watered, well fenced, timber, etc., good
dwelling, barn, orchard, etc. Price (joOO.
IVrniJ easy. J. H. Dew.
Attention Farmers I
i vrish to eontraol ror fMsveral thousand
bushels ot No.2 WhiteCorn, free on board
ol cars, lor lall deUvery, Address at once.
WM. C. HOU.
aug-23. Montgomery, Ala.
See this Department w-e can show you one thousand prices to select from. You cau get a dress of our plaid carre for G cents per "yard, price elsewhere lo
cents. We can give you a handsome figured Crape on Vienna all wool filling at 1H cents per pard. We can give you any style and color imaginable. ( 'a 1 1
for our fine Matlasse, they are perfectly handsome and thev are onlv 20 nent.s ner vnrd nrico eispwhore sr. rnta f ?omo nnl uou fuif imw uti'ln billr inii. Int.!
goods in cbangable colors, the most superb evening dress known. In cashmere we can beat the world. You can find all colors in all prices- We can gi ve
you the cashmere and Moire all w ool at 4o cents per yard- We have beyond auy doubt the largest itock of
Dress Silk, Trimming Silk, Watered Silk, Sural Silk, Satins, Velvets, anil Flushes.
in all colors eyer brought to this town at rock bottom prices. Come and look at our handsome line of baskett flaunels only Oii cents per yard in all shades.
Opera flannels, twilled flannels, white and red flannels in all grades. Cashmeres, waterproofs, ladie's coths tricots in abundance. We can well you an Mi
wool filling jeans at 30 cents per yard, good jeans at 10 cents per yard. See the line, you have 300 prices to select from.
Bead this oaretully, cut It out and bring it along. 2,000 pieces calico to select from
Oi cents, good bea island bi cents, canton llanuel at 8 cents, cotton checks 7.', cents, eiuiruam cents, cheviot 71 cents, trood tickiinr II?1. cents.
and we al-
We etui five von n. Vprv cnorl rtAliito nr. 4'. cmi( iu.i. I
nave tue nnesi satin caiicos in ine premesc patterns luiagmable. 4-4 leary sheeting at 0', ceuts, 3-4 bleaching 5 cents, 3-4 Sea Island 4 cents, good Mcadm...
ine biggest stock in town cheaper than ever. Table L,ineu from 25 cents up in all colora with napkins to match.
Notions a,33Lc2. Hosiery Xoi3r-ters.ox2."t-
Tt will do your eye good to examine this department, a pure linen handkerchief at 10 cents, silk and hemstitched variety, a nice silk hari'lkt ichief at in
cents, hose for Indies, Misses and children in cotton aud woated all colors and all prices. Gloves iu kid, Berlin and fleeced lined. Tiook at our wrappings in
breakfast, Shetland, catchemire m endless variety.
Clsterettes, all the latest styles, you certainly can not buy in this line, before seeing onrstooh and a look will Insure us a sale. Don't forget we have zap'-tlr iu all Blind. -k. Tim
pace Is too costly or else we would mention ltjul articles more in which we have immense bargains. We have 500 cases Hoots and Shoes In Ladles, Men, Misses and I'liiiii-e,- tt.
select from In custom and eastern raade at low tax prices. CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, UL.SIEK8 lor every man, and boy in Mauryand adjolnlncouutleH, In tl's depart merit wo
snow you our own make at prices that will astonish you. Hats, Trunks, Valises, Blankets, t oro forts, come and see for yourself, as we havn't space for prices. With compliiiiwiiK
of the Season, I am
TTT .T .-V
proprietor, south:ee,u tirade palacb.
Leon Adler. A. B. Cowan, T. J. Alexander, Wm. Voss, Erwin Moiiwen, Jas. A. McKay. Adolph Jonas, Salesmen. .
P. a. There will he IO.ihX) chromos given away each Wednesday, aep-i:').