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Corrcfpondpnce Rotwecii Mr. I'adelf,
rol. Looncy ii nd .Mr. Porter.
("OI.I MIIIA, TKNN., .Sept. M, is-:'.
("OL. A. M. l.OOXKY, COI.f.MIWA, TENS.,
Fritinj, (;! iti lirr yi,..sa.
Dear sir : I would most respectfully &u
pest that you and Mr. forter and inyseif,
candidate! for the Ieeislature, meet togeth
er at the earliest opportunity and make a
joint list of appointments for public dis-
JOS. 1. FUSSELL,
cufsou th rou k'h the county.
Jf this BUKtrestion meets the approval of
yourself and colleague, please name time
Wait for th.e coming of
and jilace of meeting.
1.. P. l'AIMiKTT.
V i an iii 'I till t lie-; u iliii it wi:m
.1 I'.-iIi nin!
l;tll' liatfliot win u wo kins
Wintir Jiils, mi.) ur
I nto r.ili- . (:il- IIxcMltil '
I'. S. I have addressed a similar letter to
Mr. Porter, at Williamspoit.
L. P. P.
Coi.l .MlitA, TKXN., Sept. 1.', lS-J.
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I:. !:. Ii.,0.1, of Mount; II
.Mi:. U. T. I'ii:tki:. IJ.I.I a.m.si-ot,
Iksn., lcsr sir : J nuul.l no st itsiucf
il. I'. '' in. Ill, of llnnroi'k.
.1. U . ;,!. Imi-II. .,1 Knox.
r 1 1 .-i in -. ! iii Miiitnii.
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.1. 1. i'i.iliiwi. ol Mil'- illi.
I '. ''.:.:. -.1 M li' :;mii: ry.
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V,'. A. ( 11.. ..I .-Ii.-!'.v.
fully suggest that you and Col. Loom v and
invselt, csiiiliilates Jor the l.c.islatiire, nuel
tojretlier at the earliest pporliiuitv and
tinik" n joint list of a. point in. -nfs lor pul
lie ili-ci--ion thron.411 the coiuitv.
11 ihi- -uitirest ion im-t-is tin approval of
vouis.'ll nod colleuue, plca-t
ami pi. ice of mecliiic
. i'i Vi- a u i
ni' :liat tiu'tms l.iisiiifss. 'N'f li.'i-
P. m. i. rr.
U'b'r l.-i:er !
I.. p. p.
K A ,1 mi.s, ( 'liainii.in."?
S. I h:i'e addressed
K. I., i'. Him.
MEN'S. YOl'TirS, UOY'S AM) t ill I.Dir I N
rm: nio I'l.itroisns.
It!vv;i i'i.ii'ii ii!. IJ;il! S'lalfiiriii.
". .c ii' Tin-- D. nmrriiry of
jiariy ! !'!:!." -. iir !Vt ium-sl-c;, in State
1-11,1 Vl-ll: .. I : -II I! ' l.tll!l!o ,'ISSl'lll-
do ,1,-riiM. . I.!. ,1 rlun-,
Fir-t -Id. i i- ..i: i iii 1 !i:il ilie
l-,',o- :1,N ot l't'lliM'S
h , v ii ii I ht'i;- iii:i jor-
-i tlto popular
ii-. are ilit: rijjiiiliil
I'.L.liillllN oi tlH llOll-
r n, .il mi in, ot
I illlil tlie)'
iilinirlv ai-n-iil ihe
itn r ! u.: i ll; i J ! respousiliil-
v ! pn-serviinr them
'iii limit or Mispic
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ii :i.i i
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Slalf li.-l.l. I. Ill
tile ir iii l.i-L'-i:
t lire .i in a-, "i ;l
tin jila : 1 Mill ! 'In
I lelil.H'l':: l c- - n'
I .SMI, lioi ii Mill" ami
Nali-mal. ;luo a- iin
an.; liDif.i-.iM,- Im.iI
to the j i.ri . j . I - .i ,' 'I-.
ere Iii.t- .! i i. M m
I' I lu ir i i -r 1 1 and
; ' : I Ii- i : s imli
I . Hi's
ami i!i'Ii: - ilii
shall in-: Iii' 'ii -t-ii
ur ri-cl ju-ii'-! .
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laus, !!' K ii if. H'
wliH'ii i-. " n'l
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J- ourtli U t- art- in
favnr ! a iil"''i.il s "i i
list llf I 1 1 -1 K' M'll'l 'I-
so I ii.ii t'V'i') riii i'l ii i
T'.;m s-.it- in . . i.-i i j
a Un.l '.ll'tlil ti - I
t'lliii-al inn. A 1 1 I i i
i-.itniiii'4 I In- u'imhI i-I
t-rls il" lial i K ii ' ; i I
an tin: "lour
law' ly wiiirii
ntiiiilii'i- tif .-;
lias lirrn irit'i'.
atul -i inn' ai-l
lilllilll -licit, v. I'
I :., ii- n
i i iv
imlii-v I iia1 '. : U
(ions, as will
ail-Is in ii'.
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ot ll.r Inn
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js r.ulvo.l !
lo l"!"lll lit
an-l tai'ili so
f- V' 1 1 ' lllljit
i-riin inal :o:i, '
soi-li jitnviT'. as
rou-.-t liiu riL-'i
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ttiu-itiat I'oii . 'iiit-o
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Iril ot la
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pativ lor .
t xtr.tv .'Uati-
til' is-ii i:.
su l.si-1'' lo : ii
f.l li'w: tli'- I.
ot tin iir';-ni
iii.- lati'l as -
in th.- -.in--,
ami lor it
anil ini'i't'ii-i i
vame ; c-i
litm: tor ii- s
, heri-l.y ini:...
..iilinii ti mi mi.
till' l.iitOI'I'i'. '
an.l aie'-a ;.i '
ikI- That while
a a.-i- o'i in all hnn
i i iici i'Iii'i: nl oin
"ii, it: rrcaril tin:
'ii.-i''iiii.'tit ol th- tiil
'. I .'i ii as n it , isc, lic-"iiisi-
ii i.,, in our
.(-iiiion. not in ac
I ilaii.-t: with the
. i' s ol I ht: people.
lliiril lli.it there
s a poritoti ot the
Mate iltlil, Mich as
In li-iii'l issncil for
lie lniiiiiiii-4 of our
( 'apitol, for the pur
chase of the Hermit
i4c, i-lc, anil cum-
noiily I. nov.li as the
i in. 'h'hl proper,
villi .'ii'i-niinl interest,
lie vaiiilily of which
i:,s never hecu dis-
niic.l hy any portion
I our party, we con-
mill .ulcr us a valiil and
th'! -acred oliliu'atioii of
...ol. j he .S:ate, aii.l favor
.i.-tii he payment of the
viri -aiae in lull less war
an i n!i rt -i:: and liiat wt
;l ; tic in lavor of paying
'.- ; ill lull the tweuty-
i-"iii ' iii;u houils lu-hl hy
poi'a ; .he n idow of .lames
s ah K. 1'oik and all lioiuls
i. I I ! eiliicutional,
iii :.".' and i lmrila
ilc i::s!iti:' ions on
li- lirst ,av of .lami
I- ourl li - That w e
'infer lo our eredi-or-.
a sell lenient of
lu: remainder of the
io'M -laie d.'lil by pruiiii;
. I nit -half the principal
' i - . ol i rued interest
t ,li iy is-aiint IuiihIh of
tl j I.,' Sta'e hearing in-
I . . i , -t al t he r.tie of
n l three per cent, per
lie Fifth That we are
0 every species of
ao.i'.pi-ly as de
: fi : ve of liberty
: ..t In si itnerest
-i iin- i'i-ii,i-r and to
1 i . t'ii-1 we I tVor the
-i .. i'l li men I of a
ii: i --ion, ihe oh
i of . hi.-li .-hail be
. . i- ;ii late 1 he taritls
i.:ii-'.. by the rail-
i-...i'ls ol tlie .-lale so
,s to our ati end to
I ion I'i sai.l roinls in
e in favor
as w ill tor
lav ilie r just liro
-ii ; i-.r'.ion of ihe taxes
.! : 'I the St i"e accord
i'i: in' lo ihe real value
ii ', .! uieir jiroperty; and
:'ic Hint we are opposed
. in-. :oall unequal toxa-
all hoi upon the mer-
u;"ii i "inule and mainifac
ii. .-r i n riii!; iiiierests ot the
Wll.l.l vsroiiT. 'I'KNX , Sept. 1J, iS-2.
I.. P. I'Aix.KTr, Ksi , I tear sir: In re
ly to yours of to-tliy permit me to say that
reward P a par 'if the duty of our County
Kxi cn'ive Coininittee to iirriuise nil matters
iicrtimimir to a canvass ol our county in be
half of .'ir pariv. I w ill refer your propo
sition 10 ll.is Committee, at its tnst meet 1 ti
next Moinlnv, and its ileci.-sion in the prciu-
s viillj.iMrn my uetion.
Verv respect fuKv, Ac,
V. T. Pcii:i i:k.
P. S.--C1.!. Ijoouey and invsell have had
no confer. nee on the subject.
V. T. P
Cot.I MUIA, TlCN.V, Sl-lit. 20,
Mi:. I.. P. PaI'I.ktt, l-:.si-, Coi.l MiHA,
Thnn., iear sir: The -Maury County
Democratic l.xecutivc Committee met on
Mondav, Sept. lfth, lssi' at the law ollire
of McKhv A FiKuers, iu Columbia, Tenn.
when Mr. W . T. Porter and Coi. A. M.
i.oonev iinnouneed to the Committee that
thev hail each received a communication
from yon, askinu' for a joint discussion with
ilicin as cautliiiates lor U.e J.eifisriture.
Thereupon the Committee unanimously
iidopfed the following resolution, to-wit:
Kesolvci, that the committee are ol opin
ion, that at present ami from the sarroiind-
111 it-" anil precetlent heretolore set by .Sena
tors Jackson and Hams, that 110 good will
result from a iointdibcussiou between Dem
ocrats, nod having the good and the success
of the Democratic party at heart, we for the
present must most respeetliilly lifeline a
joint iliscussioti. I he committee are leadv
and willing at all times lor joint discussions
w ith republicans and all w ho are not Dtm
s the cluiirnrtii of said committee I have
the honor of notifying you of their action
lloiii-i:t .m. .McKay,
Mr. Padgett will address the citizens of
Maury county, on the political issues of the
day, at the following times and places. fCy.
erybody is invited to hear him.
Columbia, Monday, letober L',
Bigbyville, Saturday, letober 7,
K indet hook, Tucsilav, Oetnbt r 111,
Water Viiliey, Wednesday, October 11,
Cat hcy's Store, Friday, October 1.!,
Willinnisport, Saturday, October 11,
Ftiterprise, Thursday, October !!,
Mt. Pieasaut, Friday, October L'0,
Hampshire, Saturday, October L'l,
Hurricane, Tuesday, October L'l,
Park's Stor, Wednesday, ( letober -o,
L ft ich's Bridge, Thursday, October 2l,
Keck Spring, Friday, ( letober 27,
Kedron, Saturday. October I'.s,
Pally Hill, Tuesday, October ."1,
Spring Hill, Wednesday, November 1,
llristow, Thursday, November
Hear Creek, Friday, November .i,
Culleoka, Saturday, November 4,
Columbia, Mouday night, November ii.
T desire a full and thorough discussion of
all the issues, and have done all in my pow
er to procure it. I again invite a joint dis
cussion, mid will cordially divide time with
f. P. I'AHHI.TT.
;t 11 ot 1 a . a 1 io't
I -1 1 1. laiiioad
11 'I loll. . o
Sixth That we fa
!vr the time honnred
i'l.ictiine of instruc
ti in and recognize
t In- rVlit of the peo
' i-le at all times and
uoou all ijuestious to
views to their repre
sentatives. ' Seventh That we
I.ivor an efficient pub
lic sciiool system, and
he liberal eJueatiou
,of aii tiie cliildreu of
! Kihth That we
arraign the Kepubli
c '.ii party for its ven
I 'i li.e ad. ainis, ration
o:' tiie Sta e and Fed-
i':;: 1 . crum- tit, and
t r it- .otal .li-repard
. -! a.! civil -ervire re-t.r-it;
and do herel-v
Vclare our unipi'i'i
ificl r.p..o.-ition t" the
nr-nvice ol sanl pariv
in ie. i..g iii'iu ll"
en. ii.i y- of t'l.: jo .-
1 uioeki: a ta v lor 1
iiinti! pcrpo-. s.
' '-th I ' r: nv are
I .,. .. .1 to i... .-lIlMlg
a Con t;:-ttioiial
"iiveuiiou al liiis
A Jictijiio. j- 1: ins 1
lll!t','l''tit i-ri'Hi;ll !
for t hoiii-.-l yes, Will 11
riithts tu t'u c istody
ftlso t (li'f. ii'l t'-t-ir ;
iinporttiiit ti'i'.st )! J
no ruiilu r ly v'ioiij
BO -.VOtild t'C
t'.cir i-:":' its, anil
iliin!; ;iii'i :u-:
cr entrust t!ie
.1 afiitd who re-i-iiioiisj
r-f jiii'i'if poiicy,
a-sailed. To do
i.i- to their liber-
Tne N.-w y
iiiiitf-l, .in'1 in
n ft-w il i -ir'
I icket Ii iver
rU I )i-iiiiicriH'.v is ajrain
(In ir C-iuveulioii, held
1 miiii it it! a strong
Cli-vtd.unl, of Iiuir.tlo
:i..'iiiii lor Jovernor, Oav
. 1 JeiitHtititit Ciovernor, (Jen.
s'lifttrii'i for ( ''iiitjn'ssman
. 1 Wt.!. ('. Kngi-r for.Iutige
A:-: nl ;.
i.l 15. Hi...
nt T. ir., .
if ( 'o:it I :
Tho n'lt-tio'i of s'ist:iiiiiii or nulli
fjiii' thi- sidtlfiiK iit of the State (it-lit
matlL1 !y thf 'ft's'!it Legislature is the
oue al'.sorl.itig ijin-.-Iii'ii now ilisttirhing
our politics, :mtl ivhii ii the people are
eallfil niioii lo ikciile. 'J'hc readjusters
are aft aid of a free discussion of this
quest inn. They w ii! not permit their
otindidatts to ;i.-'-nss it with their op
poiii'iit.s before the ji'-iple. The peo
ple will not and oii-jht not to entrust
them with olll'.-e.
I.iviN;sTOX, Tl-:xx., Sept. 22, ')'.
A. Baku, Kso., Dear sir : I notice in
Nashville World that parties give the fol
lowing as language used by me at Jonesbo
ro in my speech at that place, the exact
words, to-wit :" "The man who would re
fuse to pay a deb; undtr the circumstances
that now surround the State debt, is a t"ef
and a scoundrel, ind ought to be hung at
the end of a hem;) rope and have a hell af
terward." That is false ; I made use of no
s ich expression.
Jo"e. Jf. Fr.esEi.i..
Charlie P.uford. the prince of drummers,
anil li.e liveliest 111MU (hut rides the c.irv
to upon our str.-ets one da last weeit.
emiii; apples lelling gnoti joKes anil taKing
Nd Ciirmack, our choice for the Legis
lature ill cntneci ion with l.eiu Padgett,
and Ceorge Tnvlor. everybody's lawyer;
drove out one evening last week, toltl a
few varns and returned. Ned and George
were raised here and every body likes them.
Come again young gentleman when yon
Iimvc more lime to spare and don't let your
ytsit be so short nyxt time.
Capt.Tke Jfowlett is tearing down the
stock chimney anil partition in his already
large, lengthy and commodious store room,
w hich will not only add considerable to its
lengr.'i and appearance, hut to its conve
nience. We hope Clint Fow ler, will here
after, for the benefit of those customer
who are oppose to walking a Sabbath day's
journey to quench their thirst, keep
the ice cool water in the frout of the
I.ast Sunday morning in the road wliust
sitting on their horses, Mr. Thomas Wood
and Miss Duncan were united in the holy
bonds of matrimony. They were on their
way to atteud the meeting ot the liaptist
Cnurch and overtook r.sip -Sheo who per
formed the ceremony. ihe iuire not
long since united a couple sitting in their
buggy, now one on horseback, and we think
ought to be intimated to the name 01 our ro
mantic marrying magistrate.
Dr. Jim llowlett last Friday night at the
silent hour of midnight w hen nature was
slumbering in the arms ol .Morpheus was
called upon to unite in mnrriaire Albert
Bryant and llattie Barker, col. It was the
Doctor's first marriage ceremony, and he
was unite surprised to be called upon at
that hour without previous notice.
The customs and laws regulating rural
cemeteries as a general thing are sadly neg
leered, and we are glad to state that the in
itiatory step has been taken in regard to
the enclosure of ours and the building c f a
Mini's house, which woul I be a greal
convenience to those liiteresteo, by s'HViiii.'
them the trouble of running over the dis-
to get hands and borrow tools en ry
time a grave is to be dug.
fhe people of the ilth district are reques
ted 10 come forward and sett.e their road
tax neiiire the 10th ot October as the books
at 'h it time go out of the c 'uniiissioner s
hands, and nPcr that tim - v.-ur tax w ill lie
s;iven to tin- Constable for collection.
We notice II. H. Brumbach riding
around in a tine hnggv. We ,lnl riot know
w hai it meant until we lu gi'ii 10 inquire
1111. 1 found out that he was r-p'-eseiit:ng ti e
D'ivmII patent hedge fence . the best, most
durable anil cheapest fence a 1 tinier can
build, it is mule high, bull strong and pig
Rev. Mr. Freeman preached an able ser
mon at the Baptist Church last Sunday to a
large and appreciative congregation. In
ihe c iurse of his sermon in showing the
calmisness of the embassy of Christ, try
ing to pursuade men to take up the cross,
he said the Greeks never used, arguments
of persuasion to carry their measures, but
resorted to arms to carry conviction. Tin rz
was nothing in his sermon that could he
construed into politics, but ho.v applicable
it as to coin pare the readjusters to the
Greeks. The time has passed wl. n the
people are to be driven with the lash to su(
port either men or measures against their
convictions of right.
Mr. Polk Holt and wife arrived from
Texas last Sunday on a visit, to friends and
relatives. Mr. Holt was a tornier eiti.en 01
our dsstrict, and is now County Court
Clerk of Mevarro county, lexas.
8 1 mmmOr
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Th.e Greatest Constellation
in th,o Atnusement
1 1 fi o yuii-
Will PoUiyely . BBc Ar
Q T , TT 1 B f A
skssa rsa m&s& ess
NEW NINE SHOWS CONSOLIDATED,
1 II m
GALLERY OF WAX STATUARY,
BBI ROLLER SEATED
ENCTCI.OPSDI A RAGES.
inuding the following Asttt'nciifrE.'tS
"I louir!it tlifs suit from Wol
Iia rr A; Wilkos. Thv
Wiivs liavo llio corrocl slvlos."
Wliicli is liositivcly a .surpii-e
tt all. V- astonisli tin- si(ilit-M'iT vitli nil uiiiiv
V-j (li-liht tlu imrcliascr with prices never ih l r.
nil ati opiMirtunit v to secure the newest anil best
at lirii'cs! witliin their means.
ant st le mul
You sliould sive our sU)ck ol' LMece (Jootls a (liorouSi (aituiti(ion. Ve liavo
some ol' the nicest s;oo(Is, ami are luepared lo ajet up In lu-l ol' iils ami slyles
in the city.
Demand your attention, ami ve respect hilly advise an eari.
AliSO A LAKii: YAHIKTY i)V
"So : 11 we. In fact, every
body who wish nice goods go to
Woldrids Ilarr A: Vvilkos.'
m Wt K
A trial is respectfully solicited hy
A Double Cirens ('mnri Viiy
A Tiieatre with a l'orttvJe ..-Jtie.
All tl.'t' Presidents in V'ax.
An Knormoui M( ii.'u-.e:!e.
V'Hei?e of Bicycle Kxp6 t.
A Rdller Skating Ac: djmy.
An Hncyc-lopeilia of Race.
A jru.sfiim of Li vino; A omlers.
JlepreseiitativcH of All Xationsj.
Wax Statutes of Xoteu ."STeii.
loll Distinguished rctfurmer.
("apt. A. if. Jloiranlus, the Ciaek .Shot
The .Man liird -'.T.-itl."
1 'resident Arthur in Wax.
A Female Snake Charmer,
French Aerial Bicycle Jtiders.
Kntrlish -nie.trIans and Athlete. .
A Circus Troupe of Lady Artists.
1 I Acts by Lady Performers.
None but Bare-l'ack Bidois.
The World's Champion Leapprs.
Acts Simultaneon.'-ly in the I'Awu
ALMA, the Phantom Lady,
(ieneral Grant in Wax.
!i Motely Agile CWrsvns.
Coniicai Trained Donkies.
Cute and Cunning Ponies.
Trained Animals of every kind.
othnifr Identified with the past.
J he Pis-enf, a Beseia;:-.. r ''
'-.'aiidejLi'.t. ihe K'ii!r,-;n a K r i.i
:'Saniiu:i," the Giant Klepll if.
i(i Specinuns of the 8nr.k. ' ribe.
The Largest Tents ever used.
A Droye of Desert Camels.
Tattooed South Sea Savages.
A Herd of Performing Klephants.
Ueasoii-Gifted Trick Stallion--.
Arabian Athletes and Gymnasts.
Giant Australian Kangaroos.
Jay (.'mild, the Monopolist, m Wax.
A Snow-White Buffalo.,.
The Miuninotii Kansas Ox.
Giant Funics and Ostriches.
Guileaii, the Assass'n, in Wax.
r.!ondi:i. the Au.si rtliaii Bote Walker.
Menagerie of Trained Aninuiis.
Balloon Ascension every i'jjy.
M;iny P.ands ui Music.
Daylight .la-p.-me.--e f 'he -Works.
Jleiis of Pi'i iVn ining lle.tsfs.
Grotestle Procession SiL'iils.
Greut Street Parade.
Teams of Klephants in JJiirnets.
(i Titanic Tableau Cars.
A Monster Steam Orchustrieii.
Maiiy Mi'choiiico Automatic Figures.
Giotiiis d Danciii'' Dummies.
!tR. g. Irvine,
At the oid KeliHhls Drng. Store, No. U Put.
AM.",0()0 FEATL'KES DIL'OSSIULE TO II Ell E CATAhOtH E.
No mi -ipprrso
obtained, anil ail business In tie U. 8.
Patent Ollk'n. or in i ho (Jourts attended to
for MDI K KATIC FKICSS. We are oppoHite
too V. H. Puteiit Olliee. naastcd In 1'AIKST
lll'sl N Kss KXt'Ll'SI VEl.V, and can ob
tain patoul In li'ns timy tlian those remote
from VVASHlNtiTON. When model or
drawing is sent we a l vise as in paten nihil i
tv frei ol chnrep; ar.d we make NOCHAlttiE
UNLESS WKOUIWIN HATKNT.
We r.'fer, h"rr, to lue I'ost Master, the
Sunt ol the Vlioicv Oi-.l'-r D) v., ud to offi
cials o' the U.S.i'aloi.t O.-Iiee. Kor circular,
advice, terms, anil reference to actual clients
In your own state, or county, address.
i . im.su w v. i. ' . ,
Opposite Tatent Oolce, Washington, U. C.
Trustee's Sale of Laud.
Bv virtue of a de 1 of trust, expcuted to
me by Brad . Porter, on the J.ith day of
Ueceuioer, INM', anu reginiereo in nmiK u,
vol. ;i. nones HIT and 6!H, in the Koetster's of
fice of Maury countj'. Tenn., (lo wliieh ref-
ferecce is here made for full description
and partlc-ihsnO I will, on Moni'.ay, t t.e Uth
day ol oct ei r, l S2, at the court-house door
lu the tow 1 nit 'ol in. ihia, Tenn.. si'll to the
highest bi.loer. lor cash, f'r-e triu ti.e niui
ty of redenipiior, the following described
tract of lami, helug tiie name land conveyed
bv Joe J. Dobl-dux to said li. W. I'orter b"
deed, to which reference 1b mode for a lulle?
descriptlo'j. Said land is bounded on the
north ry a t-rct of land formerly belonging
to Ki wiu snd hla helrrf, slid also ausctol
land lei.): s;lng to Ine J. lijbbins, c:mtain
in tOi-iy t: r.p sirf p. etui east by Camp
be lsv.ii,' pike, soulii tiy Oirjpbi'llHVllle
piki . m il r n l liy isflij of Mrs. Armstrong,
tii-Inir lu- si.iii. truer conveyed to Joe J.
U"hi In.. ! y 11. B. M.x.re. excepi the thlrty-
thret- acr s reserved i.nd not Conveyed by
Joe .1. i) ln ins, cod contains J:K! acres, S
roods ami "1 poll s.
tsalc to ti.kt pluce witLia lawful hours.
e. v. McDowell,
sej -S tds. Trustee.
ti. A. OGILVIE, Tresldent.
"Doeiia Oeuoral Hanking Business. Collections Receive Hp rial Attei.t li u
W. H. WILLIAMH, Vice President.
(IKK.ClilliUHKSS, t-RHhli r
fill Iii 111
1 1 ttp
Corner North Main Street and Public Square
ion. "o exnpgeratlDii. A 1 the world over recopnlzed ns tlie "WirzeRt J'.tg Sh-ow.iind this season ten timea greater
iuau ever, a-e inv f.-rit-eeiy piccesu n and out door ainti'ta evny ,..r.-a,n-n just iieforo iln- sho Jf orienp.
&miuiou, 75 Ceiii... C'iaiJilresi 1 '4'sicm, di CVst.s.
KKSEItVED OUSIIIOXKU Ol'EKA I'll AlltS AT A KUU1 ADVA.M',
Onr stock has been selected with the gre" t core by our exieri- nced buyer, Mp.ior Kelly, in 1h ' ities ol 1-xrla and New York, and
embraces all the latest novi.lt Ii r in
Paris Dim mm, Ricii Silks, 1
btst inat-es, Housij-liet piiiij '.'onda. Irish Lin-.ns,
. UleieH, J.iUdies Umi rw tar and ( irs-els, unii he 1 -: i
l ure Cut lulus. Krem h
i "very d scrjptloii.
II rs. C. C. Stevenson, is spendini; this
eek with her mother on Knoh creek.
It is with rearet and sorrow that we learn
of the serious illness of Miss Anna Pa'liJPtt,
of Mt. Carniel. There is no hope of her re
covering at this writing. Miss Anna is a
nice young lady, and has many friends
Misses llattie and I-iiieille llufonl, two
beautiful and accomplished ladies ot Wil
liamson, spent last Wednesday with the
family of their brother, Mr. C. T. Ttuford.
Mrs. Mit McMahon, of Spring Hill, spent
several days of last week with the families
of T. W. Stephenson and J. E. Harris, in-
There is to be a marriage in high liU? at
Mt. Carmel, the "th of October, i hop I
can give the particulars in my next.
For fear I will weary the patience of a
certain youuj; man that don't live a thous
and miles from Fort lioyal, I will close -for
his ipecial benelit. Polly Davis.
The election being over our merchants
and business men generally, should call
at the HERALD and have their Job Printing
executed with neatness and dispatch, at
prices that defy competition. We make a
specialty in this department.
We have 111st received direct from Xew
York a special order of stationer', consist-
iuz of invitations, visitin" cards, and all
roods kept in a first class job oflice. Call
and examine stock, specimens and prices at
KliITOK HF.RM.Ii: Kill seeilisr :uivlllill2
from t Ii its part of the moral vineyard, anil
tisscll and anti-H hiilli-irne place. I
thought I would give yon :i tow iii-i'is to li t
yon know how ue are w:iiii)r .li e is
holding his own, hut it seems tli.it a mnjor
tv of the hovs have gone li-iol; rr: Wl'it.
They sav he has converted them .-( -vera I
times but has failed to baptise tl i ni ml
the name of Rate, Wilson anil
Pav.iire. It is b?!:.! by some ti n! i'li-sell
will ;.t the largest vole in the -I '; -1 i.-t .ii-t
of anv district. i?i tlie comity, .ncot-lMig ti
population. We hope, however, that i.
not true, for if it was 11s stronc; as e woul I
have it. we would have a Joe 1 ussell mil
Icuiii'im, instead of a Hate lo.ve feast, a'
Gen. IJutler would sav, and the whiskey
riii would heat their spems into pruueino;
hooks anu ineir s.veriis into plo.v shears,
and learn war no more forever. It was on
the night before the Mate love cast at Car
ter's Creek that v hit converted the boys
for the last time. We had a call for mem
bers last Saturday, but a majority failed to
The corn crop is better i;i this corumnnl
ty than it has been since the war. There
are several samples iu oar villuRe, one
raised by E. 1. Journev, one by S. T. Pyre
and one by Elliott Smith. Smith has the
Ii nest yet brought in. Cotton is lir'hf
Owing to the wet weather it failed tn lmwl
There is a great amount of oats in the coun
try, r,. 1. Journey having the largest lot we
Know 01 about eleven hundred bushels.
There are also many small lots.
Sorghum making'is the order of the day.
T. S. Speed and Co. have been running an
evaporator for some time, doing a good
business. Also A. A. Nicholson has been
doing a good business. Mr. Nicholson has
his juill mounted which is a great conve-
S Al"e in. moving his mill from crop to
J. K. Hardison will start an evr.norator
in a few days at the village spring.
Socond liana Steam Idigiiic for Sale
Apply to George P. Frierson, or S. D. j
MoKwen. Sept. l.-Jt.
i Ask Tour Druggist AboudThom.
cucrrss thf rfuard of mut
Tar and Cherry,
Inllnn Root Pills,
"Iead Shot" Worm Candy.
GtT CIRCULARS AND RFMT.THEM.
NASHVILLE MEDICINE 00.,
John Kirk vh V. K. Kirk, t a I.
I'ursnnnt to a decree of the Worshipful
i;ouniy t ourt 01 .Mnwry couniv. ii'iiu., en
tered at Us December term. It-Stl. in nbovi
styled cause, 1 will, on Monday, October i,:.
Imi, at Hie court-bouse door, iu tlie town ot
Columbia, sell to tlie highest ami Iihsi bid
der, a tract of lr.nd mentioned mul describ
ed In tbo pleadings as tract No. sitiu.lid
In the 5th civil district of Maury comity,
and bounded as follows, to-wit : tin the
north by the lands of Thomas 0i:i!!oway,
sorctb by the lands of H. 11. Moonny, east by
tha lands of ltobert Caskey,nnd west by tlio
lands of O. H. Mooney, containing lii'. acres,
be the same more or less.
Bald land will be sold upon a credit of six,
twelve and eighteen months. Notes with
approved security bearing Interest from
date of sale will be required of th pnrcbas
er. A. Js". AKIN, C . C.
sept 29 tds.
I). It. V. R. K.
The annual election of Stockholders of
tlie Duck Iliver Valley II. It. look place at
Columbia, on the 27th iust. The following
Directory were elected: r . J. r.wins, .
J. Andrews, Edward llliams, I . I', ifoore.
W. M. .Hoiiertson, Jos. A. McKady, T. 1).
Williamson. Dr. Jno. Cowdeu and II. I!.
Tiie Directors elected Kdward V,rini:iiu.s
President and Jo. J.S.Gill Secrc-tarv and
Clicstp Carriages, Wagons
il I Ml
Ilavlug received the agency for the sale
of woilt from the well known factory of
Lewis irok, 1 wilt furnish any style ofTe-
uicit- m lactorv prices, frelebt auaoa.
W. V. UIIBRRV, Bonth Main Street.
Xl Hmitli v-8 N. A. Moses It apr
By virtue of the power and authority con-
fern d on me by lined of Trust executed by
Mrs. El'z 'betii I'riinm, on the 11th day of
March, lsSl. ai-d which is registered in the
Keuister's ufflt ot .Maury county, book (J..
vol. 3, pane 55, I wili, on t!:e 21st dayofOo
tober, IKS' expose aud sell at publlo outcry.
on the premis-N. all the ritht, titleandiu
'.orest ol Mrs. El ZHbeth i'rlmm In the fol
lowing iiescribot trncts ot limd. lying and
lieiun lu Uiti ijui civil aisirici oi .Maury
counti nr,d bo'indcil us follows : On ihe
east by ihe lauds of the widow Jonrney and
ltt wicu, on li.e souin oy iiuok Kiver, on
he west bv tiie lanOs of Mrs Journey. Seth
liver and utliors. on tlie north by the lands
ot Ueorge llarUer, cout jtlutioj by estimation
2(H) acres, more or less. Helug the tract up
on which Thomas Frlinni resided at bis
death. The Interest, ol Mm. Prliam being
one-fifth of said tract, and her homestead
and dower Interest in tiie same. Also the
tract known as the Campbell tract, contain
ing acres, and bounded us follows : Uu
the north by the lauds of Seth Dyer aud
tiaucum. on the east by the first mentioned
tract, on the south by the lands of Mrs.
Jonrney, and on tlie west by the lands of
Baucnm. I will seil the said two tracts of
land lu the order named. Hale made to
foreclose said Deed of Trust. The said land
Will be sold for cash.
Bept-iK-it. STEPHEN S. CRAIG,
liy virtue of a decree pronounced at the
April term, l-S.-'J, in the cause or McEaugh
lln Butler, et al, vs K. II. Jamison, Trus
tee, et al, I will, on .Saturday, October I4th,
lti2, sell at the court-house door. In the
town of Columbia, Tenn., ihe following des
cribed pioperty : First. A house and lot In
the town of Columbia, bounded on the
north bv James K. House, Jr., east by tbe
old margin of the town of Columbia, south
by East Main rtireei, ana west Dy a lot.
Second. A house and lot, bounded on the
south by East Main Htreet, east by Kobert
McDanlel, dee'd, north by Eeonidas Polk,
dee'd, and west by . The lots are bound
ed as given In 1H4.
Terms : Eot No. 1. will bo first sold. II It
doeH not bring a sufficient sum to pay de
cree, lot No. 2 will then be sold. Note and
security due at months will be required of
the purchaser. Sold free lrom the equity of
redemption. H. a. COOPER, C. fe M.
Mourning Goods of all kinds, Blsck Silks o
and English Holsery, Laces, and En b
Onr elegant WINTER WRAPPINGS will be opeDe.l In a few days. Our Hvii'ti.r,
has been lnstrncted to make his enlirf) stocb et the ssme j i Ic s w e k in Nirrbvllle, and e we buy r i (.nods In Inn ti
bands, we can say to tbe ladles ol coiuoi iia ana ;t:urj coudij vhuiui-iio imura 1 1 f t ui hn.,e t. i , cbijio l ie
er at retail In New ork.
We also take this occasion to say that we ai greatly indebted to the liberal co-or-trullon i-nd tiali ve cod Iwste iT Jolt
GRAM, for our beautiful store room.
lot from ttl
I count i beap-
W. P. JN.
THOMPSON & KELLY,
COLUMB T. ,
All Notices Announcing; Candidate:,
or Offlcii, Him be Paid In ADVAMt
VO DEVIATION will be made from '
his RI LE.
We are authorized to announce L. P. PAD
GETT, Esq. as a candidate for Represents
Vive In the next Legislature.
NOTICK B. M.
mo from (Jomplainants Bill, which Is sworn
to, t!i at N. A. Moaes is a non-resident of the
Btatf of Tennessee, so that the ordinary pro
cess ot law cannot be served upon him. It
is tluiruforo ordered by ml that publication
be made in the Columbia Herald, a news-
pnpor published In the town of Colombia,
Aiaury cooniy, lenn.. tor four consecutive
weens, the lsxt of which shall be at least one
wocii beiore the next slttlnz of the Chance
ry t .ji i hi ewourg, lewis county, lenn.,
whi.-h court meets on the Thursday before
the iirst Monday in March, next, 1883, re- j. of tlieir paper, which indicatea the
pleAd. answeT, or demur Complainants time when their subscription expires.
dhi. ur me wuuB wm do isKcn lor coniesseu j it your time i- uui, picc tuwe ior
neptr41 8wii.K5lGArcte M. I ward and pay up and renew.
To Our Subscribers.
Our subscribers will please loJk to the
whi.-h court meets on the Thursday before date opposite their names on the hl.ir-
XTK-BKSIIENT NOTICF Clerk and
il Master'sOffiee, Columbia, Tenn., Hep
amber 15th, 1882, p. til. Christine Hoffman
y next friend, etc. Complainant, vs. J. W.
-toffman and others. Defendants. It ap
pearing from affidavit filed In this cause,
hat the Defendants John Hoffman, Fred
erick Hoffman, Galtiief Hoffman. Christian
and Katherlna HoSmai, sisters of J. J.
'loffman, dee'd., are aliens and non-resi-entsof
the State of Tennessee, and also
hat there are unknown heirs of J. J. Hoff
uan, deed., whose names and residences
re unknown and cannot be ascertained .
iter diligent search, it is thereforeordered
hat both the known and the nnknown
eirs of J. J. Hoffman, dee'd., enter their:
ppearanoe herein, before or on tbe 3rd
londay in October,182, being thd Kith day
f the month, a rule day of this court, at
he next term of the Chancery Court to be
leld at Columbia on the 1st Monday in Go
ober next, 1882, and plead, answer or de
anr to Complainant's bill or thesame will
e taken for confessed as to them and set
or bearing exparte, and that a aopy of this
rder be published In the Columbia Herald
or fonr consecutive weeks.
H. 8. COOPER, C. 4 M.
E. H. Hatcher, sol. for com.
BS El -l 3 FI
T- LEE. SMITH,
. (Late with Cowan A Co.)
Bamberger, Bloom & Co.,
XOTIOXS, rUKXISIIIXG AND FANCY GOODS, &C,
G, 61C, (U8 and 50 Main Si., ami 217 ajnl Sevontli St.,
5 AND 117 WORTH ST., NEW YOUK. JanM-tf