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Friday Mora tag, Sep. i74. For fiorernor, ' f JAMES I. POHTEB, JrM OF HKNBT. ! For Floater, uiavjitt. V J- TOON, OF WIMJAJWOH. -' The murderer of the Maury County mulatto Krl. J"lia Hayden, has been ar rested, and will doubtless be tried and punished. This showg the laws can be enforced. - ' What sort of Sheriff has Gibson county? Tg ho doing his duty? Is he ferreting out the murderers? His is a responsible posi tion every county in the State is watch ing his movements. Oh for one week there of a Sheriff like Sims Latta! Gov. Brown went to Gibson County, the saene of the late disturbance and law lessness, last week. That's right If the murderers can be arrested, it can best be done under his immediate inspiration. W;V a TriRcmaniniitV. characteristic of the man, Gen. L. E. Polk in a card, to day, refuses to allow his nam tc go be fore the convention next Monday, for Senator. There is not in Maury county or the State, a gentleman more competent to discharge the duties of Senator, than be. But like a true Democrat, he prefers the harmony of the party, to individual preferment. The convention, Saturday, to select delegates to the Congressional conven tion, instructed for Gen. Whitthorne. On motion of Col. John V. Wright, Col. Dunnington, the chairman, was author ized to select the delegates, whereupon he named L. D. Myers, J. L. Bullock, A. M. Looney, John B. Hamilton, W. B. Gordon, and on motion the chairman was dded to the delegation. Although the convention of Monday, did not make a nomination, it was not because of any dissension. It was a rivalry between friends, as to who should have the nomination. There was no man's name before the convention, who, should he have been nominated, but would have received the entire Democrat ic vote of the senatorial district. There were no ballots for Representative prop er. . That was a very inflammatory speech in the convention last Monday by a dele gate from Santa Fe. He told his men to stand last to their man, as there were as good men in the country as there were in towu. His words were true, but his evident intention to get up a bitter prejudice against the town, and thus split the party, was a bad spirit, and should be discountenanced. The ablest man, the fittest man, and the best man, should be chosen, no matter whether be found in the country or town. The very appropriate remarks of Col. Wade, in the convention, Monday, met with boundless enthusiasm, and with one voice, the large assembly called upon him to allow his name to go before the con. Tention, ior Senator. This, he declined He counseled moderation, and denounced in words of withering rebuke, he who would seek to array one class against another, by inflammatory speeches, and thereby invoke the presence of Federal bayonets. His speech has endeared him to the people of Maury. The Radical leaders are exulting over the recent disorder in the South. Chand ler, the "blood letter,'' when he heard of it said, "I am always ready to join in putting the screws to the sons of bitches South." Simon Cameron rubbed Lis hands and said. "It will do us good It will do us good!" And he is right- will do the Radicals up North great good, widen will also be creat evil to civil liberty. Snarrplv r dav tiasses that news does -j not. come that some pure and innocent Southern white" girl has met a fate thousand times worse than death, at th bauds of some black fiend, and yet we hear no talk of sending United States irnnns to tke South. But let a few negro desperadoes be hung, and forthwith howl goes up all over the North, and troops are immeadiately scattered all over iVi South to stamp out the new re bellion." TIip Cincinnati Commercial and the Republicans generally, say the White League of Louisiana and other Southern States must be put down. They said nnthin against the Loval League when it d d its malignant work in the South What was sauce for the goose is not Bauce for the gander. It makes a difference as to whose o.x is gored. However, we think secret political societies are wrong, and the White League should disband. 2" It is said the Milan Exchange, of Gib son county, defends the murder of the defenceless prisoners at. Trenton. No man is a true Democrat, or a friend of the party; who defends lawlessness. The negroes may have committed crimes, but they were in prison, and the law was in the hands of the white people. These crimes must be punished this lawless spirit must be quenched. It will be a difficult and dangerous undertaking, to discover, arrest and punish eighty-six unknown men, but much depends on it, and it must be done. If the people of Gibson county will not arrest these men, the Governor should get men from a neighboring county. The summary pun ishment of these murderers will restore peace to the South. There' is a lawless class in every State, North and South, and there can never be total quiet be tween that element of society and the ne gro race. It would be so in he North, and it would be so anywhere. Every good white citizen is interested in having the negro friendly and peaceable, and they will always be found striving for peace. President Grant being absent from Washington, his cabinet at Washington held a meeting, to which they invited Senator Chandler, a notorious enemy of the South. This meeting was held to take into consideration the recent mur ders on the South. They decided to send United States troops to the various dis turbed localities, and the Attorney Gen eral has ordered the U. S. Marshals to call on the same when needed. This is a two-edged sword, and will cut two ways for Radicalism. In Mississippi, Louisiana and South Carolina, the white people are getting some of the negroes to vote with them, and troops stationed all over those States will counteract that in fluence. . And the mere fact that troops are required in the South has a tendency to make the North suspect the Southern white people, and continue their allegi ance to the Radical plunderers and repub lican destroyers. State authorities our hearty approval and cordial co-operation in the prompt policy inaugurated to vindicate the laws and to suppress crime. liesolved, That we tender to our dis tinguished citizen, Hon. A. O. P. Nichol son, our thanks for his wise and timely counsel in this critical emergency. Timely retrarks were made by Judge Martin, Col. Wright, Capt. Hickey and F C. Dunnington, Lsq. 3Ews ov i -ilia wkgk. A coal oil explosion in Greenville Miss-.destroyed sixty houses, worth $250, 000. (ioldsmith Maid has made her mile in 2:14. which beats the world several sec onds. The proposition recently submitted to the people of Wayne county to loan $ 50, 000 to the n ayne Furnace, has been re jected. CHANCERYSALES. In pursuance of decrees rendered at the June term, 1874, of the Chancery Court, In the several causes hereinafter named, I will proceed to sell at the court-house door in uie town 01 Columbia, to the highest and best bidder, at public outciv on the l'lt.h duv ol October, 1874, and within legal hours, the real estate mentioned in said decrees, to wn: la inejcase of . John 0. Cook vs. B. 1L Coos et al., A tract of land of about four hundred acres, lying on the -waters of Hig Bigby creek, wauiy couulv. Menu., ami Ai luimnff flit, i lands of Mrs Elizabeth lie. Ti (! KikIkp. Kamuel J Stray born, J II Webster, Enon iwuiusuu nuu r n oenerx, and Know the home place of John O Cook, dee'd. itiKMSs bale 011 eretut of oue. u Itf's ;. UK' 3 Memnliin and Knoxrille Rail road. At a meeting of the Commissioners of the Memphis and Knoxville Railroad on the 7th of Augnst at Waynesboro, the members all being present, G. W. Boyd was called to the chair, and explained the obiect of the meeting, when L. C Stribling was choen temporary Secreta On motion of J as. Anderson, it was agreed by the board that books shall be opened for the purpose of receiving sub scriptions for said read, provided, how ever, that the road runs within a mile and a halt of the survey made by surveyor, Mr. Allen, in 1873. On motion of C. C. Stribling, James Anderson was appointed permanent Sec retary, and was fully empowered to open books for stock in said company, at ntty dollars a Bhare, in money or land. When in land the owner to select one man and the company another to value the land, and if they do not agree, for thtm to call in the third man. James Akoerson, Sec'y. a. v. Kedheld, a traveling corres pondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, is usually a fair and candid writer, but his his recent letters upon lawlessness in Ten nessee are open to criticism. He is right in denouncing'crime and criminals, but his bathos over the murder of the negro girl Julia Hayden and the fifteen negroes Gibson county, is worthy of a ranting fanatic. True they were murders, and the murderers ought to be hung; but when he demands that the Government ot the United States be made a despotism, and every vestige of republican government be destroyed, in order to avenge the mur der of a tew men, he makes himself so ridiculous that we would not call atten tion to him, if his screeching were not printed in an influential journal. Red- field cries aloud for federal interference and martial law, and is furnishing capital for Radical victories. Mr. Ileeclier on Mr. Iavi. I From the Courier Journal. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 15,1874. I have received a copy of the Mont gomery (Ala.) jsews, containing an ar ticle by Col. Robert Tyler upon an al leged speech of mine, concerning Jeffer son Davis. That speech is a forgery. JSot only did 1 never utter or write any such miserable stuff, but, the whole world knows that while many were clamoring ior some sacrifice or victim, 1 everywhere ana always opposed, with intense earn estness, the shedding of a drop of blood and resisted, with all my might, the in fluences which sought the execution of Jefferson Davis. It -is not the first shameful forgery upon ms that has been circulated in the South and West. I am so heartily desirous of the re-establish ment of good will between all who have been alienated, and I so much value the good will of my fellow-citizens of the South, that I step aside from my usual course and make a reply to this slander. I am, very truly, youj s, Hknry. Ward Beecher. The Radicals of Nebraska are a sweet set. In convention assembled, they de sire the passage by Congress ot the sup plemental civil rights bill, and in the very next paragraph "disprove all un constitutional legislation for the cure of the disorders of society or evils which prevail over the land." That is blowing hot and cold in the same breath with a vengeance. The same platform declares very strong against a third term for Grant. The Cincinnati Commercial, which is usually conservative in its tone and dis countenances sham, is now busily engag ed in firing the Northern heart with the old cry of another rebellion on the part of the South. When leaders of public opinion up North are so debased, how can we expect the people to be free from prejudice? Halstead, editor of the Com' menial, had better come back from Iceland, and run his own paper. Capt. Joseph II. Fussell, one of the ablest and most efficient Attorney Gen erals in the State, hayjng a spare week from his ollicial duties, went down to Gib- eon county a few days since, to aid if possible the Governor, who was also present, in 'devising means for the arrest of the murderers of the six negroes. It turns out that only six negroes were shot, (and one of them is still alive.) as only that number of bodies can be found. It is a little singular that these six negroes "were the very same who informed the white people of the insurrection. The bands of these six were tightly tied, and if the other ten prisoners were similarly tied, 'they could not have escaped, un less they were turned loose. There are no evidences on the trees that there were nny shots fired except those fired at the eix who were shot. Two hundred wit nesses, white and black, have been exam ined, without developing anything Wheth. er the murderers of the five negroes were of their race and clan, or white Demo crats, does not matter let them be caught, and swung when caught 'and tried. Julia Hayden, who was cruelly murder ed in Trousdale county, a few weeks agoi was a bright, intelligent girl, from near Spring Hill, in Maury county. She had negro blood in her views, but not more than one-fourth, and was a slave before the war. She was teaching a negro school. At 2 o'clock on the morning of the 21st of August, two white men went to the house where she was boarding. knocked at the door and demanded the "negro school teacher." This so frightened Julia, that she got into the bed with the woman of the house, ior protection. The desperadoes failing to make an en. trance shot through a crack in the house, the ball entering the heart of Julia, kill ing her instantly. Her parents, who live near Spring Hill, brought her remains to Spring Hill for interment Two white men, Pat Lyons and Bowen Sanders, have been arrested for the murder ot Julia Haydon. They had their preliminary trial last Tuesday, some of the ablest lawyers in the State appearing on the side of the prosecution, the prisoners were committed to jail to await further trial. If guilty, they will be punished. It is with pride and satisfaction that we notice such men as Gen. Cheatham, of Coffee county, and Maj. J. D. Wade, Judge Lea and Judge Last, of Davidson, and Gen. W. A. (Juarles, ot Montgomery, have been nominate by their respective counties to represent them in the next .Legislature. Liet our own county be wide awake, and send men that we will not be ashamed to have associated with such men. tireat and important ques tions will come up before the next legiE' lature and we want men from this county who have got the intellect to grapple with them. Mr. George Jerome, one of the Fish Commissioners of Michigan, declares that every acre of water, if property cultivated, is equal in food -producing value to an acre of land, and that the present food supply from water is equal to 5,750,000 cattle of an average weight ot 7U0 pounds. Tennessee ought to have a i?ish Com missioner. NOTICE TO SUITORS AND WITNESSES IN CIRCUIT COURT OF MAURY CO The Docket In the Circuit Court lor Maa rv county will be Deremnfcorll v called as follows, and all cases be tried or disposed of sn ineir oraer. Friday, Sept. 11, cases called from 25 to SO, Saturday monoay Wed'day " Thursday ' triaay Saturday " Monday " Tuesday " wean'iiay " Thursday " rriday Saturday " Monday . Tuesday " Wedn day 12, 14, l(i,. 17, IS, 19, 21, 22. 23, 24, 2o, I'' 2K, 2!, 3U, 50 to 75. 75 to 100. 100 to 125. 125 to 150. 150 to 175. 175 to 200. 200 to 225. 225 to 2-50. 250 to 275. 275 to 3O0, 300 to 32o. 325 to 350. a50 to 375. 375 t o 400. 400 to 450. All persons having suits in court will call on the cierk and get the numbers of their cases, and attend with their witnesses on the day set for their respective cases. No witness will be allowed to claim for any day's attendance prior to the day set for the Indignation fleeting; 1 ast Monday a large meeting was held in the court house, to express the indig nation, of the people of this county, at the recent outrages committed in Gibson county, by masked murderers. Judge Nicholson said that for four years he had been honored in holding the highest judicial office in the State, and hence during that time had held himself aloof from all political meetings. He felt that he was approaching the edge of propriety in being even in this sort of a meeting, and would not be but for the fact that the office he held made him a conservator of the peace. He said that there was no excuse for the crime committed in Gibson That the courts were open all over the county, and the court was then in session in that county, and the criminals would have been punished if found guilty. He deprecated all mob-law and violence, and appealed to the people to aid civil officers in carrying out the law. He was pleased at the'active steps taken by Gov. Brown, to bring the offenders to justice, and hoped he would be sustained by all lovers of good order and peace. Col. Dunning ton, Judge Wright and Capt. Hickey made similar speeches. Judge Martin presided over the meeting and made speech in the same spirit- We, a portion of the citizens of Maury county, in convention assembled, hasten to give expression to the very earnest indignation which we feel at tlve frequent recurrence of mob violence in dinerent portions of our State, especially the re cent outrage m the county ot utbson: that in our judgement the machinery f local self-government as wisely provided in the constitution and laws of the Mate are amply sufficient for the protection of life, liberty and property: and that their disregard by any number of citizens who seek to take the law in their own hands, is an inexcusable outrage against every principle sacred to constitutional liberty, the peace of society and the . ocunty ot tne citizen; that the evils resulting from uch infractions of the law, if tolerated by the legal authorities, would be incal culable, and the thought cannot be for a moment entertained; that, in our judg ment, the people of Tennessee as a polit ical community, are as much wedded to the principles of law and order, as the people of any btate ot tne cnion, and that the natural inference to which these violations of the law necessarily lead us is false to the true sentiment and man hood of our people, and call for the most prompt and decisive action on the pirt of our State officials, both Executive and Judicial; that the circumstances of the times loudly demand such a general uprising of the citizens in the support ot their civil officers as will secure the arrest of criminals and the stern admin istration of justice; that to this end wc give our most cordial approval to the energetic policy inaugurated by the Chief Executive of the State, and appeal to our fellow-citizens throughout the counties in which these disturbances have taken place to come earnestly and energetically to his support, and that we urge our peo ple everywhere" to resolve upon such meiy action as may De necessary to cor rect me miacpncepuon mat naa gone broad that ours is a state in which the law is not supreme and the citizen not secure; and that we will show to the world that we are capable of self-government, nd need not the aid of redeial bayonet or other Federal intervention to secure that end; therefore, Jiesolccd, That we pledge the present trial of his case. Sept. ll,l74,-t. Sy order of t he court. W. J. whitthornb:. Clerk. MERCHANT'S QUARTERLY RETURN. Recorder's t ) fice, Colum hia, 1 September 1st. 1S71. f An mini return of the largest amount, of capital or merchandise on hand at any one time during the previous year; made to the uecoraer 01 uie city miring tne last qunrter by merchants. F. H. Welch ..S 500.00 Williams Towler.... 6,000.(KJ W. E. Brown & Co.,. 15,000 00 w . r. Moore z,.tou.oo Kuhn & Tnrpin 3,200.00 Embry Jt Friersou 22,01X1.00 Mort Hodge 5,000.00 W.J. Philips 5.000.00 J. T. & V. F. Tucker 2,ono.o M. Ruttle 6,25000 Sept. 11-Jt, Jas. L. Guest, Recorder. JXECUTOU'S SALE. On Paturdav. the 10th day of October. 1S74. I will sell to the hichest bidder, at the late residence of Mary B. 1'rierson, dee'd., thirty six ai're of land. aWout ons-half cleared, the remainder well timbered. Al-o, on the 2nd Monday. 12th day of October, 1374, 1 will eell at the eourt-hoUHC door, in the town of Colum bia, one town lot. det-icuatcii on the plat of gaid town aslnto. 3u, and bounded ou the north by Market fct. : east by Embftreo St. pouth by lot lately owned by Barr Sr Voorhiee ; west bv Kuhn and Turnin. measuring: 00 feet on Market St.. and li8 feet on Embargo St.. the fame bring a part of the real estate of Mary B. Fricrgon.dcc'd. Terms made known on day of tale. E. 11. SELLERS, &cpt ll-ta. fcxecntur, "MOTICE. There was an accidental omission in the printed lint ot premiums to De awarded Dy our tair, wmcn nrgine o tne zairi insu un pane seven, second day. Grade Cattle is left out. Kings will be opened for Grade Cows 3 years id, 2 years old and 1 year old, also ior rait. and premiums awarded. A. JN.AK1.N, eit. 11-nw. eecreiary. N OTICE. All persons indebted to Dr. J. M. Towler, by note or . rount, will please call and settle at their earhegi convenience. at Williams s xowiers mug oiore. D 1SSOLUTION NOTICE. The partnership of the undersigned insur ance agents Lia;ssoivea Dy mutual consent. t . tv r t. i, j Sept.ll-lt. A.N. AJUSJ- turn anil three years, except six Her cent, ution amount of sale, which must be paid inc:ish. Notes bearing interest Irom day of sale, and with good and solvent security required of the purchasers, and lien retained. Sale free irom tne equity or redemption. Samuel Wheatlsy vs. J. J. Overton St wife, A tract or parcel of land lying In the 23rd civil district of Maury county, containing about acres, and adjoining the lands of j v ciepnenson, uuiiaiey, joimuiennana omers; ueing tne one-uay ot a tract oi land conveyeu by J j uverion to nis wile, rtebeC' ca, ana Known as lot .o. l in division, as made by the commissioners; and in the same cause, and atthesame time and place, uie interest oi J j uverion iu Mrs Aiaria Lockridae's dower, which Is the one-third undivided interest, and will be sold without partition. TERMS: Six and twelve months credit, notes with good and approved security, and bearing interest from day of sale, lien re tained, and sale fre from the euuity of re demption. James M. Serier, Adm'r., vs. Joan Gor don, et al. A house and small parcel of land lying in the Hth civil district of Maury county, Tenn., in the town of Williamsport, and be ing the same conveyed on the litt.li day of August, 1K71, to Griff C Walker, administra tor of W. T. Fields, by Mrs Margaiett Web ster and Thomas J Crosbv. TERMS: Six and twelve months credit, notes with good security, and bearing in terestfrom day of sale required of the pur chaser, andjsale tree from the equity oi re demption. Poli & Earner vs. E. J. Armstrong. Two tracts or narcels of land, lying and beinelu the 9th civil district of Maury county, Tenn., oue tract of about 151 acres, being bounded ou the south and east by the lands of A OP Nicholson: north by Duck .River; west by Little Bigby creek; and the other tract containing acres, is bounded by the lands of L 1) M vers, (formerly A O P Nicholson TERMS: Credit of six. twelve and eigh teen months, notes with approved security and bearing luterest trom day oi saie, neii retained, and sale free from equity of re demption. . w". T. Allman et al., vs. S. L. Farris et aL Two tracts of laud of about 209 acres, and lying on botli sides of Flat creek, iu civil district No. 25, Maury county, Tenn., and bounded by the lauds of Samuel Rogers, Mrs Logan, Ezra Hardison, Thomas Boyd and John Crowe. TERMS: Credit of oue and two years, nots with eood security, and bearinsi inter est from date of sale., lien retained and sale free from equity of ledenitiou. Tnomas J. Amis, Ezparte, A tract of land allotted to Thomas J Amis in the nartitiou of the tract of land of Wit liam Amis, dee'd., and containing about SO acres, in civil district No., Maury county, Itill., ItlJU itU O: II 1 ll'JL tne 1IIIIU IIL XV 11 vs&u- vie, 15 V Crantord and others. . TERMS: Credit of ouo and two years notes with nood security, and beariiiK inter. est from day of sale, lien retained and sale without redemption. Minmium bidding 530 per acre. tAlso, his interest in the dow er allotted to widow ot win Amis, aeca sold at the same time, for eas.h E. F. Wilev ani vrife vs. Emma KcAdoo. A tract of oif's acres, lyinsr iu the 0th civil district of Maury county, Teuu., and being tract No. 1 in the report of the commission ers and decree of partition. Beginning at a stake on north baiiK oi Lyue's crec-K, anu running thence 152 poles to Uie south bank of Duck river; thence in a south-westerly direction with the bank of said river to the mouiu oi l.yue s creeu; inence in an easterly direction with the north bank of said creek to the lioginning, and being a part of the estate of which William Horsley aiea, seized ano possesseu. TERMS: Credit ol one and two years, ex cent 8150 00 cash, notfs with good security, and beariug interest from day of sale, lien retained and sale free from equity of re demption. Win. Galloway vs. James II. Payne et al. Forty acres from Uie southern portion of a tract of 120 acres of land in the 7th civil districtof Maury county, Tenn., said laud having been conveyed by said Wm Gal lowav to said James M. Pavne.and Is bound ed as follows: Beginning at an elm in the turn ot the road, the south-east corner of said tract: thence l orth l'l 10" east with the road 70 poles and four links to a stake in Davis' corner in west side of the road; thence north 45' 20" west 35 poles 10 links to a stake. Davis' corner; thence north 52 poles, 12 links to a stake east or Davis- spring urancn; thence north 2 poles to McKissack's line; thence a westerly direction with the lines as now run to Benderman s north-east cor ner of the tract purchased of lhivid Scott; thence soutli with his line to a stake in (5. Matthew's line; thence an easterly direction with the fence and road as now run to the beginning: and a plat of the said 40 acres to be so sold will lie furnished on day of sale. TERMS: Credit of six. twelve and eigh teen months, notes witli eood security, and bearing interest from day of sale, lieu re tained and sale without red inption Leftwioh k Thomas, Ezecntors, vs. Heirs and Creditors of T. A. Leftwich, Dee'd. A sufficient amount of the tract of land of which the late Thomas A Left wich died, seized and possessed, and upon which he re sided at the t ime ol ms oeatu anu upon which his widow now resides, to bring the sum of four thousand dollars. Said tract of land lips in the '21st civil districtof Maury county. Tenn. .and on the waters of Bear Creek. A plat of the exact portion of said land to be sold will exhibited on day of sale. TERMS: Credit of one and two years, notes with eood security, and bearing interest from day of sale, lien relained and sale free Irom equity ot redemption. II. B. Tomlinson vs. J. A. Samsey et al. A tract of about 17 acres, lying iu the 6th civil district of Maury county, Tenn., and bounded on the north by C S WilHamsou and W 11 Brunch: e;isl by Branch ifc ilkes; soutli and west by John Cheatham's estate. TERMS: Credit ol one and two years, notes witli good security, and Hearing in terest from day of sale, lieu retained and sale free from the equity of redemption. E. J. Harwell et al., vs. L. Oatman et al The undivided one-half of the law office uow occupied by Messrs Looney te Hickey; in the town of Columbia, Maury county, Tenn.. and bounded on the south and west by M. Ruttle; north by est Mam St.; east by the office formerly occupied by Messrs, Ei ierson fc Fleinhnj. and being the interest conveyed by deed ot trust by James M Har well to I, Oat man. A plat showing exact dimensions of said lot can ue seen ou applb cation tit this oflice. TERMS: Credit of six twelve and eigh' teen months, noies with good security and bearing interest irom day ot sale, lien re tained and sale )ree from right of rcdemp tion. J. E. P. Evans vs. W. W. Miller et al. A tract of land of about 20 ! acres, lying on the waters of Rutherford creek, and known an th John Miller home pIhcc. beinc a Part of a 3000 acre tract grmtod to George Doherty Beginning on tuo west boundary ot said tract 2"3 poles south Irom ruirth-wesi corner at a white oak. and l uiinin: thence east 200 poles to th centre of tho channel of saiil creek, and thence up the various luCiinilers thereof, op posite a suurar tree ami red oak corner on the west side oi said creek. 35 poles above the cliff spring ; tlienco west l'.o polen to a large re'l oak on the linediviilinw said Doherty 's 3,000 and S.O ifi acres ol Vni 1'olk, and thence goulh with snid line to the beginning. TERMS: Credit oi six and twelve months, bearing interest, from day of s:ile. notes with approved securty reouirfd, lien retained and sale free from equity of redemption. J. B. Padgett, Clerk and Commissioner, vs. W. T. Kevils et al. A tract or parcel of lnr.il eituivted" in the 21st civil district ot Maury county, Tonn,, ou the waters of KuthPrford creek, and known as lot No 3 in the division of the Nevils tract of land of 175 acres, and sold by County Court. and bought by W T Nevils. Beginning at a stuka un the bank of Rutherford crock, and 50 links to the centre; thence north 27 , west 15 chains and 9i links to a stake 27 links north east of a laree red oak: thence north 40 , west 6 chains and 30 links to a st kc in the centre of tho pike, acorner of lot Nol; thence north 15 , east la chains and .1 links to siiiko in mo tuifB. a corner ot lot noz: mence sauin o-v-j , east 27 chains and 20 link to a rock in Moore's line, a corner of lot No 2; thence south l.Vt' ', west 9 chains and i5 links to a stake ; thence south OS , west 10 chains and 85 links to the beginning. TKRMS: Credit of six and twelvo months. except S100.00 in cash, notes with good securi ty and bearing interest from day of sale, lien retainad aud ale wiihoutrii'ht of redemption. Sept. 11, 1S74. D. B. CUOl'JiU, C Jc M. The Only Reliable Gift Distribution .in the Country. , , ' . $100,000 00 IN VALUABLE GIFTS! TO BE DISTRIBUTED IN I. D. SUITE'S 45th SEMI-ANNUAL IFT ENTER! m . EMPORIUM "OF ; FASHION ! liavimf formed a partnership we-wouM rennanrfhllw lufnn. irt 1 ffc L- aiesoti.uiumDiaandvicmity.thatweintondkeepmtconstanUyon hand an assortment of f MIHfrttJri st--w tocds,- Plain and Fancy Lresf Goods Toilet Articles, ' . i - , ' .V - m tht ,,lne.?f Millinery and Fancy Dry Goods Establishment, that can ntii u- t.ra , mi.suie ui uie eastern cities. That we intend to keen Posted at all time H .. ana save made arrangements to be (applied with. fl Novelties whoaerer o c mKu a. specially oi me louowing departments: introduced. 13ISLXIA.T OUTFITS,.. STAMPING 1AND PINKING, to order wtih tlus vtmont promptness. A Splendid Line of MOURNING GOODS," OliXtUU JJn, I'oiJi ..ready made and made to order, on the sJwrtast notice. JOHN TYLER. . THOS. H. WILLIAMS. READ! READ!! READ!!! RE D!!l at itn mJftmk?T?oaiLor our F ALL STOCK, w will .ell our larg and well selected stock ol Summer Clothing . Cost During tha next thirty days. Jan.8-ly. Cmo nd bnjr whila thiY ant cheap. TYLER A WILLIAMS, North-west Cor. 1'ubllo Square. To be drawn Monday, Oct. 12th, 1874. One Grand Capital Prize of $10,000 IN GOLD! One Priza $5,000 in Silver! Five Prize ?1,000S fPnrr.,n, pivePrizea $5oo-s nRFFNRAf:KR Ten Prizes flOOglV Two Family Carriages and Matched Horses with Silver-mounted Harness Worth 91,500 each! Two Buggies, Tlorses, &c, -worth 1500 each Two Fine-toned Rosewood Pianos, worth 8.5.50. each ! Ten Family Sewinir Machines worth (100 each. laov goiu ana silver jjeyeri-iuiiung watcn es (ift all) worth from t:0 to Sooo ! Gold Chains. gllverware.Jewelrv &o. Ac. NnmberoftiifbilOOOO! Tickets limited to 50,000 AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICK ETS, to whom liberal premiums will be paid. Single Tickets 82; Six Tickets K10; Twelve xicKeu azu; 1 weniy-nve -iu. Circulars containing a full list of prizes. a description of the manner of drawing, and other information in reference to the dis tribution, will be sent to anyone ordering them. All letters must lie addressed to MAIN OFFICE, . lj. D.S1NE, liOX S, 101 W Fifth St Cincinnati. O. Sept, 4, lK74,-tf. DRESS-MAKING & FUNERAL GOODS DEPARTMENTS , Havhvj wtsnrcd a li'ujldy recommended Mantua-maker from Nashville, and a Afilr vner from JSaAvUle, and in addition Qxereba tiw. ivnriiva af Mr M T. VAiU, tiie. JcelayrcdtfMt ne arc eminently oucdified to (live satisfaction in Hie The Makind 1 ' 7 -I 7 T i . " . " ----- . A BOOM EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE LADIES. jnere vill be id our hnu:o arnnm nomfoDhiv A.M.,ant..j . t .iii; j i I ways sup,,. t Wi!h thojatcst Period ?hi,nl n?flm";i" f-i.'l'.li11" tafof ?.dios' Snow, as well aany one what to bur to plea?? linaof -"v vi umu umn, nai gone jiaat to purchase a full and ipienaia F"all Millinery Dress Goods, iSc ti:-i iti.-in' .... askth" Z riv-V; 1 HI?88 ' "ttJu"!"""- bought, w. respectfully " w I'HivuratUS siooituaiu, CRAM'S PLATFORM ! -:o:- Selling at Coat for the next three month at Sept. 11, 1874-4ui. BRYANT & MILNER ait 1 1 mfnh ABE TOO HAR KNOWING THAT THE PUBLIC CAN'T AFFORD TO PAY HIGH l'RTci.'n vniirinnns JV all should avail themselves of the chance offered t 1 KICLS OU GOODS s ITUATION WANTED. A you UK man that has had son 10 .m'ri- ence in carpentering wishes to find employ ment in that branch of business, or will do most any other kind of work if necessary. P. O. building, Columbia Tenu. Sept4-tf PRIVILEGES AT FAIR GROUNDS t 1 M Sealed bids for the following nrivilei'os nt our next Fair, will be received tor the next ten aays, to-wit: refreshment and Confec tionery, inning Saloon aud Hitching Priv ilege. Bids may be made for any or all of the above. The Directory reserve the riht A. N, AKXN, Secretary. Sept4-2t A, E. KUHN. I I T. W. TUKPIN. I WIIERE TIIEY WILL SACRIFICE PROFITS 3IIEI NEXT THIRTY DAYS! And your attention is called to their PEICE! GREAT CLEARING OUT SALE OF DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, CLOTHING, AND GENTS FUR1SHIN6 GOODS To mako room for our remendous ITA-LL STOCK. n vi a u n Hi 11 11 Si 3on't be deceived, but tulvo ad van faun of ilii mr nnrfn;. i ., est har-r;u v. ,.nU....l l...r tt..,?V: . " v' ' 7.'"'"7 l" eei ure uie . T, . . . "-'"". vui vrI.Lllftfl(- rpr ESTABLISHED 1847. -FOR ALL KINDS 0F- Doil't be crai fttllntifiri mm ...... na 11-iral AV llllirinnr mi m rant ....: f great and small, that we mean what wo say, and govern ourselves accordinelr . A. HOWARD, Salesman. A. ROSENTHAL & BRO mhcJO-ly N. K. Hide Public Square, Columbia. the cheapest house In Columbia is iii.il, COLUMBIA, - TE3ST3ST. Wehaveon hand a large stock of elegant work, consisting in part of No Top, , Top and Slide Seat BUGGIES, Jenny Linds, Dixies, Barouches, PANELLED ROCKAWAYS, EXPRESS ' :and: T1RIAIDIB WIAIGI0INIS " GOODS, CLOTHING BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Etc., In order to make a change in business. THE ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF VIlIjTJE Every article warranted as represented at Gil! iW STOCK OF GOODS Sli-3 JOHN'S, N. East Bide Publlo Kquare Next door to I). V. Helm's Prnc Store. COLUMliIA,TEN'N ESNEE. uirll,jBnl j (AT JOSEPU'S OLD STAND,) HAH OPENED AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF SPRING GOODS! COMSItfTIXM IN PAIiT OF IsTEW FAMILY GrEOCERY I v hints, JjLEA CIIED AND BRO WJV DOMESTICS DliESS GOODS, ' W IIITE GOODS, CASSIME11ES. JOHN J. WILSON Ilavlng opeued a IN i"i3W FAMILY GROCERY on the NOltTlf SIDii OK THE PUBLIC SQUARE, COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE, will keep a complete stock of lie will also keep ali;kiiuls of js r al I new an 1 frcwli, and he wiU be glad.to;show them to the public. Hiss jiii IX HlS ".-7 JEANS, COTTON ADES, 'FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTUIJfGZ . B 00 r,V ami SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS,, C. My Block einliraocH a cumnled UHMnri i, ,.r 1. 1 ... , a FIRST-CLAKS DRY (JOODH JIOUHK. J "l,",,"Jr Ioun" 1,1 FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT IS AID OKI'IIK fiiisLiii yypy OF RV. AND A IU !- i ltV4J ANSI IE1.I) -BES1DKS- MOKBAY, LAS! lh JiOYEMBER, 1874. CHANCE AN .ASSORTMENT OF CARRIAGES FAR ADVANCED TOWARDS . . COMPLETION, ANY OF WHICH WE WILL POSI TIVELY SELL AT A SMALL ADVANCE ON THE r.u La: th..' i'n ly ior i lie must new liti .o variation IHHIIIl-fii. 1 1 1 1 ln.'t'!! h:vl :i i i;: sliinl f.i; :llilv l : i ;y Fortune ! tMiiinniiMit i f tins Fifth Concert of H if i,i'n ! y ot Koiilncky litis htMin r::!y .-Hi! :ri! i' -i!,. -'.in I is so ma ui fest- :.!! c.jiii-.'UKvI, Hint it nil. The (i;iy is l-H"l. I :n-1 ilru ! :.-. JUMUER NOTICE. Having Hold a one-half intortt In the lumber business formerly enrriod on ly me iu UiisState to A. C. Thompson A llro., of rmiuwiu ireeit, an fiersonx tinvlnc; lum ber km wed or under contract for me, rcferretl to them. They will receive, measure aud lny ior KHiue, hh uerewuore. MayJth tf. C. C1IAS. GOLDBERO. Female Institute MAURY COUNTY, TENN. Every Article is New! i Selected with Great Care! and being Determined NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD BF INT ONE LY COLD.lIIil.!, I solicit the Patronage of tie Public. II- CRONE. in IllilKi lh;lt will bo n no'ii i In- iM-iilTniuiiii; now an A N'i'tii ii nl tiiiiuiMtr of ticket. i to e fiiuljifil in to have ' i! i -iM'i :i: no tiii'.';!.s July, but Hinrirt.Mit u'.is ronsiilfi el prefer' u i lal ili.ivniix. iet it be borne ACTUAL COST ! THE FIFTH C!FT CONCERT nsurance Agency. Representing No. 1 Oo's. LARGE CAPITALS. rroinpt Payment of fosses. Sert. 11, lS74.-tf. W. J. Ble Son. ' UPREME COURT SALE. Isaac N. Byers and wife ts. A.C. W'heat- . ley ei ui. T'nrviiiini u- si ilucree of the Honorable Su- fireiue Court oi lennessw, jirououucen I last December term, 1873, in the above named cause, I will sell at public ontcry to the hitjhebt bidder, at the court-house door iu the town of Columbia. Tenn., on Hatur- dav. the 10th day of October, 1M, a tractor parcel of land ly in in the 21st civil district or Aianrv oouni v. jenn., auu miuuum uu the north bv the lands of A. Atkinson and Mrs. Odil;o"ast. by K. C. Overton and Wil son: south bv J. Allen and A. C. C Wheat- lev. eEt by the Kinnard tract aud A. At- kiiison. containine acre. more or leis. Sale land will lie sold lu whole or in tracts ax the parties may determine on day of sale. TKRMS: Credit or one and two years. The purchaser will be required to execute nowi Willi goou unu apitroveti setHiriiy, bearing Interest from date, and lien retain ed. Sale fn?e trom th equity of redemp tion. faslijl lie sept, u, isM.-r, i-'.C. iUNiisuio, Clerk. CHANCERY SALE OK KKAL KSTATE. Hv virtue of a decree ot the chancery Court at Columbia, Tenn., rendered at its Juue term, iJvi, in the cuuse ol W.J. Dale etal.. vs. Anna Armstrong et al., 1 will pro ceed to sell at piiblh-ontcry, on Monday, tlie litb day of October, 1S71. at the court-house door in the Uwn of Columbia, in the high est ami best bidder, the following real es tate to-wit: l!eiui;lot No. 11 in t he Jackson College properly, as laid oil" and divided by commissioners, in the towu or uiiumraa Teun. Bef;iiinint; at the south-west corner of lot No. 11; i n n ui nj; thence east. K4H feet; thence south-west villi the fainpbellaville pike i; feet; thence wesi , to limn street Zj; feet: thence north to lieKinnins: 1 IT. feet, con - tainiu about bil sles. Said lot will be sold on a credit oi one aim i wo j e;iis, noies uear ing interest from day ofaIe and with good security Till be required of the nurcliaser, lien retaim d to secure payment ot purchase monev. Sale tree Irom the equity of re demption. 1. B. COOFK11, C. 6i M. sept. U, i. " Also, a large colle:tion of HARNESS, SINGLE and DOUBLE, Ran Ring in price from HTIIfcl.WnY.;it il Will, V.W.R I!l (.1VKN I iki: ih's HAi;n:u anu i;v ins I'uhskst mvxa(;i;;ik.m. That it will iosii.i v ! and uiiooulvucallv i.. i i. : i - I .i iv 'L'liA in i 1 1 : iv mi 1 1 1 i:v.f ju Monduy, 30cli November, that the mil Ac -wilt allbrds, ami that 'thebijst tho country 20,000 CASH GIFTS i(i(JUKGATIXl $2,300,000 imong the ticket TO will be (lUlributed by lot holders. One (;r.uul Cnh (Jiii, , One tiiriid Cash Oil! One Omu.l Cash I iili.....'. me Oram! Culi Oi 1 1 'IX To those contemplating buying, we say emphatically, IT IS TO YOUR INTEREST TO EXAMINE Qm STOCK. One Gre uri bCash ID Cash i 15 CrtKh . it) Cash C JRCash l 'ash 1 1 fill Cash li 1'Xi Cash O 2IHCasli (. Al Cast ;,.,ii l-iifi ills, $-"'Mn) e;u;h iills, J !, n I each iil.s, Jn.ii'iH ea-h..,., ifis, 5.' Km each ills, -l.tttai each..... ills, ;i,ii each ills, L'.ihui each..... ills, l,t.ea-h i its, mi'i each.,,,, ; lis, J i Hi oacli... 00 each ... loo.ooo ... 75,000 .v 50.000 .. 100,000 .. 110,000 l.w.cioo .. 100,000 .. 100,000 .. wi.ouo .. 100,000 ,. 100,000 .. 120,000 . 70,000 .. ftju.ooo Aug.'ai, 1871. KUHN & TURPIN. s TOCKHOLDER'S MEETING. iIIANCKRY SALE - OK TOWN 1'KOPKKTV. By virtue of a decree of- the Cliaucery Court at Columbia, Tonn., rendered at its V" . i 1 ................. I O AMI...... June leriii.ii', 111 .i- ah invu et al., vs. O. C. 1 "at)n et a l , I will proceed to sell on Monday, Ootolr lilth, 174, at the A,.ri.ti(iiiK door in the town of Columbia, to the highest and best bidder, the following described real estate, to-wit: Heine: a cer tain lot in the totfri of Columbia, and bounded on the north by the Wick Krierson lot- east by the lot formerly occupied by T. 3 Mexamler; soul u dv tne lot oi airs, rnine . . . . j -. - . ....... . . . . V hite: wesi o i.,;iiut'': i. ojic umuum the CTUi'v ol redemption. TKRMH: Credit of one mid two years. ex cept the sum ot tureehundred dollars vhich milstUepHiillllii, iinu-i iiii f;m u-uu approved security and bearing interest from day- of sate reo Hired of the purehaser, and lieu retained to secure payment of the pur chase money. . . COOI'EB. U. & M. Sept. il, io.i. There will be a meetiiie of the Stockhold ers of the Beaver Dam Spring Company, at Looney & Hickey 's office in Columbia, on Tuesday, Sept lu, Wi. As business of im portance will be transacted, a lull attend ance is desired. A.N. AKIN, August 21-tf. Secretary. ORGAN FOR SALE. 19,000 Cii-sh OiUs, Grand Total 20,IjOU Oilts, all cash .2,.j00,000 .. 00 .,. 6 00 ... 5oo oo ...l,uo oo and orders W hulc '1 irlit'is Ilaln-s Ton I It, or earli t nintou... II H liole In lo-ls f.,v 1 MUTi.-lo-K B.r Tick"t ;:,! now r- ady for sale accoinpanirAt bv easu will be promptly nil ed. Liberal commission will be allowed to sat islaetorv aireuts. Ciiculai scoiiiainiii full particulars fur nisncu on appueai ion. riio. e:- siBi .in.K'iTK, Ai.knt and Manager, I'libltc I.iSnai v r.uitdini; Louisville Ky. May 11, -JST I- aimi-uovju. Tlie CABINET ORGAN of the Episcf.pal Church is olfered for sale. It is an excel lent orjran, having; been in use only u lew years. It cost flaO.00, aud can bo obUiini d now for 8175.00 cash. aug-21-U. rNSOLVEXT NOTICE. N TOTlCil Notice is hiv! er t linn !-:' -!' usalnst t!i ! CEDAR BLDFF COLLEGE! J . ' V , .Jt ... ' "f YV. m L- . r , K - -A -r ; i The Ynll IVrm will one n on " im-itseu m an noil lien to our natrni,. ......... .,,,, T. ij,, vi: orwi i.ne Kervi ces of Miss MOLL1K BAIUU for our Prenar H.torv I 'I'm..., 1 MA1IAMKL ESTKVK, assisted by Mis neii iioimes, win nave charao of the Ma- i Mr lninllafr-Mlss L. l. sical Department. Drawing; anil SOUWOOIi. LntiKanses Miss B. HOLM E.S. MallieinatlcM MIsh E. V. BR1STOW ' ICiiKliili Rranehe MLsm M. P. BAirtn I'UynlCM, Etliics, Ac, GEO. BECKETT we luxe ineasn re in iiTinnnnninn t. . theliUKev. C. T. tjulntard. XL 1 has associated himself with the Faculty ai! Lecturer on English Literal juiy i, uoiurabia, Tenn. K , ' A' , J. i i A.C.Treadwell, A.B.Treadwell B. V. Treadwell. J.C.TRE1DWELL&BR0S. WHOLESALE GROCERS, :AND: COTTON FACTORS, Memphis, Tenn. UK21-3m. PRICES- No. 11 Union Street, 1 oionewan uioclt, J INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION. FOURTH NASHVILLE I3STID UTRSIAL LiXpOSlTlOn OF1 TIIK NDUSTRIES OF. THE COUNTRY. OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16TH, 1574. And coBtin.N until Saturday, OcIiiIst 17, Isli. j M'innfactnrers and I'roducers are Invited (iniou ineir p roauctious oi SHOP, SOIL, FOREST AND MINE. A SELECT SCHOOL YOUNG LADIES! Corps of Teachor: TKKilKRNINMTEKiKY IIKPARTMEMT-H. W. VIn-..j A u r...i. MiffLon M. Arnold, Mis. Hit. (Jrant. Mliw Mry 1U..1, Miu ZilU I'v.nton. j r' 1 1 1 . ix r r incoi" miflR irioiiia nnrr. TKACHEHOt' UHaWINU A N U PA 1 ILVU-MUt fja OraaU OVKRNKS-Mr. B. W. Vineyard. UoUSKKEWlill To lo Boppliod. GREAT REDUCTION IN ri:icim ii;k nkmwio. or twksiv U'i:i:um. Tnitinn Ihrouirhnnt th (n.i-insd cour. of ulna. Innliirlln . . t ... n..j .;r:u: r.L i:.: u- u........ l-.: ; " ""in" inur, mm., ii. BsoniK. i urinuu nuuiiuii lrBa mnt vndno on room l1" Munio. with one of I'iano im Druwinir and Painting, tri-weekljr letson " e no Drmwing and Painting, daily lewon V.V'.""".".V" 1" French and Herman, each - . Ill t)0 IDClueiion wo , , 1 tU Mhbata-cnooi i. nem in tn. v "!.' nana pjoroinf, and pr.aehiur l. 1 teraooa by minnteri of dinerent denomination. t itty aoiiari rewuire i in aavanoe, ana ine remainder ol all chara-M at th. elo ofeah lw. ty week. Prompt payment miut he made, or Decotiabl. nuUe Kir en, beano. tea p.r Dt. interest from date. PnniiH will be received at and time darinv tha nH.I l.nri d ha.at nun t.i r ... trance to the flose of the ten motitha aesnion. union pecial MniituitiU are made to the contrary! and no deduction win be mad. tor abenoe except io caa of (ever nd protract. 1 (irknem extending over on. month. The Fail Reunion will open on th. first MAnrla In Hantamber. 17. Tha rfiutiaa-nUh . tation of the teaclier, and th. iap.rioa advantaiieiof the inntitutinn, are (meU too well.e ta-lihed to require additional comment. Th. proprietor offcr rar ladacom.iiti to all wb? defirn to educato their daushteri at a home inatitutioo, which afford euporior laciliti.a for iMTKi.i.acTt'at. and oAb ciiltibk, excullent Opporlunitiaa tor a eon rleta kuluk PHYSICAL adiication Ancient and Modern Lammase. Art become members of the family none boarding; .liiwwh.r. Mane thorouuhly taaihU All lb. pupil. Having this dav snsirested the insolvency of A. C. Williams, dee'd., to the Clerk of the County Court of Maury county, Tenn., notice is herebv given to all persons having claims auainstViid estate to file them duly authenticated with the clerk of the County Court on or before the 1st Monday in Janu ary, 1X75, for prorata distribution, or the same will be forever barred. WA1. T.WILLIAMS, 8ertll,1874i Administrator. lYfriven (' all persons oth- : '.viio lnny have claims The most liberal arrangements are beimr ... 1 - - ......j .... i hi. uie u, kii ii ij, i it w a iiiiiiuim it li viimi TUITS VVa M 1A N V or any of ita branches, Naahvllle Is the acknowledged exhibiting 1i of tl.r.,, i .. ... . I t . -1 nnmi 1 nmuuii t that K.iA.t.Li . .1 ,ir... .a a, . s-Hnif, nuu :n muse n inum Hiereoi m me oi ine Management la to nave all tirruluc. tonimissioners ..fsii 1 i.ninpany at their of- tions that add to the prosperity and welfare iiw, nu. mi., irniiM i.iiiimnvciiuo, ,nn-oi tne 'Country, exnioiteu. i acuities for liictoii.H. C. iv --!).'. Us, when properly transportation and taavel are beta made a'i.iti-w-.!. vill deemed sul'lcient proof of throughout the Houth and West, and many tlie tMuuics siiov. n tiiereon. Depositors I new and novel featnrea are being added U wiuincri -hi pipvi . 1 u u (i..-.-jj.! 10 , tne I'rogramme or .Entertainment, which the n-s.eei i ve urain-!ie by which they were will render it the most at raft! ve ever held in uie unitei istjues. Ariiciea tor Kxhlhl- hI,I healthy portion of the eiuntr. three mil iOUIBVlllo au'i itiwoiviiio I i or particular add rem. Kki-ibinci : Capt Fasiell, Columbia, Tenn. 1 he Collaea la iLuat.ii In a remark bouth-wMt of Wood hum. a Tkllac. on tha Lnaisvilleaml Nanhville Hailroad, midway between Kowlina Ore on ami irn-ok linTay Jf. w . V I . KY A HI), Prenidenl; or W.K. WiirfBsllli-, proorietor Wood burp, Warrea County, Kentucky. issued as soon properi y-ti-:i i iied Augnst 21, 1ST 1. sili'e. ihut they may be 1 b;i lanced. J.vo. A.. I. CRKSWELL. 110 r.i-; 1 it rcitvis, : II. II. TVtoEIPOLD, Jommisbioncrs. tion received on and after August 17th, 1S7J. For further Information address NanhvUlelndnstrlal Exposition, , NASHVILLE, TENN, IIALSELL'S Female Seminary y Howling' , Ky., Will open Its nextsewloti on the flnrt Mon- day in Nememiwfft a t'oiitut-bH uuauiy 111 all Uie solid and ornamental department. Uoardlng, r session of a weeks, Including wasliinu, nn'i, j U11.111D as iow a 111 any insulation of high order In Kentucky, bend for catalKUe. J. M. liAIKLL, Augnst Ul-tm. l'rliiclial. N OTICR TO STOCK ILOLDE11S. meetlntr of lb Hlock . alley Kallnsvl , There will tie a meetln a holders ol tlie I n k Itlver Vi at t he Cono ty Court room. In the town f Columbia. Tenn., on Turmlay, Hilemlwr 2Jd, is? I, for the piirMm o I electing lloar 1 or Llrei Uirs for the eusnling year. lct rr ry iue. either by proxy or In wmm, b. pjoaent. OKO. CIIII.IJKKmh, Auglll2lHt-td. I tec' aud Treaa. 1- ayvtu-vllle ExpreM kud MarahaU Ua. aelte plemtit copy.