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THE HERALD AND MAIL
Friday Morning, May 25th, 1877.
The wnr news is uninU'rwtinj? to
the American render. A grand batik
is reported ftt Batoun, but we presume
It will turn out like nil others false
Another brutal murder In the vhln
Ity of Mt. Pleasant, tuutxl by the ac
tion of four member of the Supreme
Court in the Thoma-soii case. Tliat
tuifortunate action will U' the legiti
mate cause of a hundred murders In
the fcrUite. And yet the press is on
the fide of tlit !-iipreiiK' Court.
'The jK-riis that do environ a man
that meddles with thing that he tints
it understand rind amplo illust ni
tration" in the hyercritical savau of
Iho JAbanon Hcrakl, who gets otr the
following morsel of chemieal erudi
tion: "The principle (of the chemical
Fire Engine) on which this engine
depends for its elliciencv is a simjile
ond well known chemical property of
carrion ic acid gas.1'
Tlie same ignorance would say that
the principle ujxm which a blanket
dejieiids for efficiency in extinguish
ing llanieH is a well known chem
ical property of blankets. The prin
ciple in fach ense is precisely the
Chandler and Hayes.
Washington Correspondent (Jin. Koquirvr.
Rutherford 15. is jxDsxessed of a nice
sense of humor.and through it oils tlie
ugly way of life Ix-fore him. Hut
there is told of one jike erpetrated by
his old friend, ZachChandler.at which
Jtutherford did not laugh. He did not
Zach was tolling in his hearty, lub
lerly way to a circle in the White
House, H' which the President was
one, of the delightful sensations and
experiences lie hail felt and known since
his liln-ralion from office. Among
other incidents, he told how he had
encountered a sturdy old Democratic
neighlior of his in Detroit. This old
Democrat has fought and opposed
Chandler in all things so bitterly that
for years thev had not spoken. On
this occasion, however, thev met and
the Democratic old gentleman, rush
ed up, seized Zach's hand in Isith of
his, and cried out heartily:
"Chandler, I am glad to w eleome
you home. I am, indeed: and I am
glad to see that all the pajiers speak
well of you. They say you are honest,
Chandler, and we know that you
would not steal a dollar but. Chan
dler, you would steal the Presidency."
Zach himself, laughed Vioisteously at
this, but when he ceased he ol scrved
that no one else seemed to see the
point or enjoy tlie fun. On the con
trary, there was si dead, awkwnril
silen"e. Zach lookcddisgusted, an one
always dtx-s when his joke is snublicd,
and then he said with a snort:
"Well bv , I did."
Il is a we II established fact, that Tabler'8
Bnckoe 1'ile Ontmcnt will cure, if used ac-
eonlinic to directions, t he .r.cuius Hlppo-c-siHiiuni.
or norse Chestnut, commonly
known as tlie Buckeye, hs been highly en
teemed for many years, owning to the fact,
tht it possessi s virtues, lying in the bitter
principle called lv-euim, w hich c.:tu he utll-ii-d
f-jr the cure of 1'lles. If allVeted with
thHt terrible disease, usu Buckeye Pile Oiut
lucut, and he ltlieved.
Save Your Clover Seed.
f)eo. P. Webster ami C. I. Kriersou, of
fr- ss Id 1il(jcs, have purchnsed a LOVEK
IJl'L.I.KIi, ai.d will taku pleasure in bulling
rlover seel f.)r all who may desire it. They
hi also t brash what in the Z ion .Church
lieiKhtvirhood this Beaton.
niaj'2-" lw. V ustkk Fkikicson.
4ood hero nd haul Piauo for sale. Eu
rpulre of K. W. Uauinle. It.
Carpeting ! Carpeting ! !
We are now otleriuK to the trade a Hock
of 01 pet I ufc;, in hi t iug a nd oil cloths at prices
inl taut be hcaioii. itive us a trial,
b 11 ii lcs. Kmiikv 4 Kkikkson.
Wndy your interest and Imv your carpet'
Ing and in-.ttllmc of us, f.miii: A Km kkso.n.
I'.mbry A- Krh-rsou
cloth in Ihii.v.
are receiving new
Just received a large lot of Hamburg Trim
niluuatthe Wmi t Hui'sn.
J. If. I'reeM , the la-hlona: le cutter,
with T. 11. iV W. II. Wiliiauis.
Kinbry A- Frlerson's is the place to get bar
gains try them.
Kxiulsite Kllk finished lolin at 20 and
liltiX'UUiij.Tinii i tie
HOUTIIKKN TKADK PALACE,
Fans by the million, o'all kinds,
than ever, at the White House.
1000 Partuiols from 2"J cents upwards,
Iewiort Ties at SI. V) and upward at the
rSOL'i'llrJUN Tit A LK J'ALACK.
A Keea'ia-hand uu.'y
Apply in K. C.
Should examine and price our immense
Moon of -'loth. Kid, l'epperl and foxed
fSIioes before pim-liiiK el-ewhere.
SOU lilt UN 1" HA J K PA LACK.
Handsome .business suit
Nu.Ouat T. 11. & JL W11.L
An eletfant llneof entlmen ' furnlshlPK
KOMts; such as cravats. 111. I glove, Hblrt and
rau be fonad nt T.
H. A W. 11.
Aautlful hat, and Hticlhiug eulirelj'
Jic-w, at J. 11. iV V. 11. WILLIAMS.
IT jtrj wall! lo buy rikmI and cheap goods
fcTcash, go to J. M. l.wkiu A Co. may 1 i:tt
), pieces ol fancy Lawns ; Xlusiiusi at li'i
feuts i aid at the
4 jii.t si vie" 1 1 . mi llsde Knot and Shoes
iv X. ll.ee VV.J1.Wim.ia.ms.
!SI niecs Hue n la wns at astonishing low
prices, at tlie Whitp House, f public hfiusre.
New ntylo N' port Ties, and alt btylcs ol
ll Pliers, our own make, m the
fsHl'THKlt.N' i llALK PA LATH,
What sound is th-it -l ' Hkt? tin loliiim of
adt-tunt bell, sounding U luuerai ki.eiloi
wnue iicpurted spirii. es, o.U winter liah
at limt died, after a loin U iuI to con
tinue Ins rclKii. and Hi in, radiant as a
young bride, c ail In b- iiuuiui wedtliug gar
rueiits. Is usuen-d In; and she will plaul
Mowers, but we will not pursue u hsckneyeu
Jt'ieme no larlhet; m coue.u-ioli, would re
nt irk we believe we will now nave warm
weA"li ". Hli'l VV..1. I'inlips' Trade lUiar,
ejii p:..V Uiesoiisou. have receiv-
Fd'j,liir-is lor" Mlf, t,t very altracttve
nii.-.-s n,.i e.llleoeS. 11 LW lliU'U. ill' .V laOO-
nels, ilo-,v pop. ins, i!,-.v ilii'ss linens, ill"
Ilueli liwns, new pi') l.-s, lie vicloria
iaw us, m w tarlat;ms, new Ii is'l llueus, new
-tuble nanus, ne a luce tubus, new collars
. and cutis, new butto-is, new hosiery, uew
rorscls. new KW'-U, ne b nidkerchlefs,
,iew iiatub'.irj i 1 1111 uiiii;-, r.ew neM port
'fits, lie slipper, nev i-c!i. Utd, K-bble
ci!t:tnd cull liidles' side bice and Iront lace
ho 'S. but ' e in i!i'.v" en;i:iieiule a small
tjiorliou I ue luHiK-ui-e !-i' ' k. Casli buy
ers, you ;vM ,ii".vs)s rind !'r..-1 1 a:il di"sirble
osis nt tills ho:se : prices ihJt will dt-
lu-" ie.-t i.i d uiio'Ix-r lt -.' stis k of those
limuT'iUl tuiii splendul lilting 1-idits' I. men
f?"''"' sij iUERN TK HE TAI.At F.
New Ck-thing' !
.lust tceelved I'tir M.coud Mceli
.. , k.,, .., ir 'lot 1 1 1 1 of.
C'i .-J I'll'g
koi nu ns uoDi.
Strayed or Stolen.
tl-o jjtihseiil'cr. May luili.
t i l.o
.."-.r.1 i.-i i.,;, w iiNh, mi
om. J" "".' ;. ,-, r.ot ol I ii!. I nformat
terk. bun' IM'1 - '. , r.,.,.()L .,
thunkful.j; iVO ' C"-'V.;a'ac Jiul.
I n formation
Jail received l.y . ;.r,-s a larW ;l oC !
vlninuuus - new siiiul,-s, alt'i."
Wl "soi-niKRN jkai'i; r.-,i.t'K.
!y lltn. i
Vvery vvy t r-pe.-l fully Invited to e.ill ,
iid 'rf-c the a"i beautif i: t'ooti we arc
Cnsi now rivirj:.;iN ,,A u. ,
South America and Southern United States
wing to their warm and flellghtful cli
mates, their inhabitants grow sallow from
torpid Livers, Indigestion and all diseases
arising Jro u a disordered Stomach and
Bowels. They should of course at all times
keep the liver active, and to our readers we
would recommend Tabler's Vegetable Liver
Powder. 'Taken In time, "will often save
money and much snffering. Price GO cents.
We have the lareest stock of Infant's,
Misses' and Ladles' Shoes, Slippers, Sandals,
'Newport Ties, Burkina, ever seen anywhere,
and are selling them at prices to astonish
SOUTHERN TRADE PALACE.
New style Dress Goods at 0 and. 10 cents
SOUTHERN TRADE PALACE.
Tueker A Sed berry's Ice Cream Hall is al
ways crowded, but still room lor one more.
Beautiful Grenadines, laust" styles, at
never heard of prices.
HOUIHERN TRADE PALACE.
We are daily receiving new novelties.
SOUTHERN TRADE PALACE,
We sell Coat's Spool Col ton at 03 cents for
a dozen, or six spools for '&' cents, We have
all the sizes.
maylH-2w. Embky Kkiekson.
We have Just received our second stock of
SOUTHERN TRADE PALACE-
Little Harry's Night Lamp.
It weighs 2 ounces and burns 12 hours ter
night at a cost of 2 cents per week. Wi.'l be
mailed prepaid on receipt of 35 cents.
t.nnni at r liit-ttsu n,
No8 West Till Street,
niaylS-tf. Columbia, Teu.
Hamburg Edging- and Inserting.
The finest, prettiest, lamest and cheapest
stock of Hamburg Edgingever se tu ht il
SOUTHERN TRADE PA 1 At i
A Good Dwelling House and Lot for Sale.
Situated uoon corner of Garden and 11th
Street, now occupied by H, W. Sanders. For
full particulars call upon
MCKAY & T1GUE1CS,
March 16-3m. Attorneys.
By virtue of the powfr In me vested by de
cree ot the Honorable Chancery Court of
Lawrence couuty, Tennessee, rendered on
the loth day ot November, ls?ti, in the case
of Jo tin M. Terry vs. William tiailoway et
als , (the same being a compromise decree,)
1 will proceed to sell to the nlghest bidder,
at tlie court house door in ti e town of Co
lumbia, Tennessee, on the 2ah day ol June,
1K77. within the lawful hours, aud according
to the terms of said decree and In sallsiac
tion thereof, the house and lot on which
said timlioway now resides, the SMne lieiug
situated in the corporation ol the said town
of Columbia, and on Spring street, which is
bounded as loltows; Beginning ht the
north-east corner of a lot purchased by Jas.
Sarven from W. H.Tltumous and 'ohnsou
Davison said street; thence east with the
south margin of said street 243 1-5 feet to a
stake; thence, south 2'4 degrees, yJ leet to a
stake; thence north ,'-.; degrees, west :fl3 1 5
leet to a stake; thence north 3 degrees, east
132 feet to the south-west corner of the lot
sold, as afore stated, to said JaiiiM Kai ven;
tuenceeasi witu ine line ol said lot i) leel
to a stake; thence north with the line of
said lot 21oK leet to the beginning, contain
ing about 2'i acres, more or less. Said lot
will be sold according to the terras of said
decree, for one-fourth cash, the balance on
six, twelve and eighteen months credit, nee
from the equity ol redemption. For the de
ferred payments, a lien will be retained on
the laud tor tlie payment tliereot, and
notes bearing interest irom date will be re
quired of the purchaser, with good aud ap
proved securities thereon. As to title, rel
ereDCelsniadetoN.il. Wilkes, Win. Gal
loway, W. J. Webster, aud the decree in the
Cause. W. H.TIMMO.NS,
May 26, 1877. Commissioner.
By virtue of an execution in my bauds is
sued fiom the County Court of Maurv Couu
ty, in favor of Hickey to use ot A. N. Akin,
Clerk, vs. Wm. H. Briggs, J.C. Biigs and
Tyre Noles, I will sell lor easn, to the high
est aud best bidder, at the court house door,
in the town of . Oiiimbia. u Mouiiav. the
2Tth day of June, 1877, the tollowlna tiact or
parcel ol land, situated iu the Slate of Ten
nessee, Maury Couuty, 16 civil district of
said couuty, in the town of Hampshire, be
ing the place where the Rev. J. B. Erwin
now resides, and bounded ou the north by
the Bradford property and stieet; east aud
south by A. L. Leftwick; west by a lot own
ed by ; containing acres, mid levied
upon and to be sold as the property ol J. C.
Hrlugs, to satisfy said execution ami cost.
May 26. W. A. ALEXANDER, Sheriff.
MILK and II UTTER!
For the accommodation of customers, afs
tr June AX h, we will deliver .Milk aud 1! oi
ler from 6:30 to 7 a. in.: and from 6 to 7 p. m.,
Sunday evening excepted. hders lor lare
amounts titled on short notice. A liueial
discount on orders lor benevolent purposes.
The patronage of the peo)le is solicited
we will try lo please all. . l'otrot-.s aud oth
ers desiring milk, between and after hours
for delivery, will always tind a supply at
our depot, Chafflu A. Rushton's giocery
iuay26-2iu. FA IRMOXT M ILK CO.
Gov'iiieiit Claim Agtiicy.
Now is tlie time to file your Claims for
Bounty, Arrearsand l'av, I'ension ai.d Ar
rears, v ar of 1S12 aud lHtii. All Claims for
property taken by the Federal army iluiitiu
the late war, and earning tne Mail h-tore
the war, collected with tne usual dispatch.
f ersons ircm a distance can commuuicati
with the un iersiuo.d. Al. bu-iness attend
ed to iiromptly. Ollice nuder Herald and
Mail, No. 22 North eain Stre't.
March 18-77-ly. J. I WILSON.
Hit! & CiBLER'S
(The old Nichoisou Mill),
Near Columbia, Tennessee
we desire n mtoim I tie public that we
have puiehiJ.ed the old Nicholson Mill, two
miles west of Columbia, on Li, tie Bigbeo
Cr-jek, and l ave titled it up with the very
best new machinery, liolting-ciotlis, bo!tiig-
cuesiH, etc., eic, wnicn cnautes us to make
as gM) l, if not better, tlour and meal thai
can be made elsewhere lu thecouuiy. Oeo
(twin, well-known as a most excellent
miller, i employed as miller. Flour and
meal, at the lowest market price, from our
mill, can be had at the store of U. T. Chat
fin. t"Wepaythe highest market price
iua26-lm. t'HAFFIN V CABLE R.
Corn, per lm
Wheat, per bu...
i hoice. New Orleans
t.u ii powder
. 1 2".
-III-., t 25
-:y 1 2."i
Exira O lve
3 2 -iti
'.II i i l0
'lolet, per dozeu...
S'laviug, per dozen.... .
Timothyaud Herds Grass r. ton 10 i.f5"J0tK
Flour and Meal
JaVH I'Oirce per U
ljguu) ra pci m.,....,
l.o per Mi.
"tio roasted inr
A. Collee sugnr ht It-....
t". 'ellow sugar i"r I...
Brig t N.O. per II-
(. ill l.oaf per ,t.
Crushed j"er H-
1'on del ed Per
MaelioreT No 1
Mackerel, No. 3
W bite per It'
Klce per Id
Chw.se per n,
Honey per tt,
Raisins Kir M-
Currants per tl ;
t'.iu.lli-s per Iti
Nittieli per H, .
Rian Kr c t
Khoits per itwt
B -anspev it- ..
Hominy per l'
Nail- pel' !
Conn! y Prodnct
Pried Feaehitf ,
11 ides iiio'!ix
ides 1 1 ir )..-....
1J a 13
2 12' n
I ! ! 15
i : -15
-0 t- -.S.i
in 'It 9
1 Vi-r, 2 1
ATTORNEY. AT LAW,
Room No. L'6 Colonade Building,
NASHVILLE, ... TENN.
Will attend to all business entrusted to
his care with promptness. Refers to Third
National Bank of Nashville. maylS-ly
Dissolution of Partnership.
The firm of T. B. Rains S Co., having been
dissolved by the withdrawal of Mr. Brown,
all persons Indebted to the Arm by- note or
account, are respectfully riHiuested, to make
payment as early as convenient, and all ac
counts not settled by July 1st, lb77, will be
placed in the hands of an officer for collec
18-td. T. B. RAINS & CO.
Seventeenth Annual Statement
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCI ETY
OF THE CHITED BTATE.S,
120 Broadway, n.Y.
1IENHY 15. HYDE, President.
For l He Tenr End loft Itec. 31, 17.
Net Asseta, Jan. 1, 1878 ...I7,t77,30 S7
Interest aud Rents..
..7H 131 28
...1,728,410 3-912,611 ti7
$3B,K2", 172 61
DISBL" RSEM ENT8.
Claims by death and
ments ;$2,2u0,03, 01
er Va ues and An
nuities 2,imi,8x7 61
Dividend ou Capital 7.U0O W
stte, Couuty aud
City Taxes 70,H 07
Euud 1UO.00O 00
chase of Commis
sions, Agency Ex
penses, and Fnysi
eians' Fees 63y,7Si NJ
Salaries, Law Ex
and Exchange 32SVKU Iff
lug, uuildlng and
291,2H 01 ,50a,152 W
Net Cash AsseU, Dec. 31,1870 30;i!6,719 90
Bonds and Mort
gages . 1,7IH 16
iweai .aiuie lu ew
York and Boston,
under forec osure i,t)l5,G;7 88
U. S. blocks and
by the laws of ihe
State of New"i'ork 6,004,t13 n
State Stocks ttVMuO w
Ijiaus sei'ured by
C u ited States and
Bonds aud storks
authori.fd by ihe
laws ot the Statu
ol New York 1,981,8:) uu
missions HlO,S18 tiO
Cash ou hand, in
Banks, aud other
Depos lories, on
Balance ol Aleuts'
I Vt. ltiu Oil
t7o,siH ou '
-S3U, 110,719 90
Interest and Kent
due aud accrued..
l'reuiiuuis due aud
iu transit.. .
.Maiket Value of
."stocks over Cost
and Freiniiim ou
Ciold on hand
Total Assets, Dec. 31. 1878
Total Liabilities, including lio
serve lor reinsurance of all ex
Tolal t'uilivided Burilu
ivc IoihI l.iallllileM...HS,5i:,7:t 41
Computed t'udivided Surplusou
Tontine Folicles over legal le-
.serve .' ?2l'l,."iC0 UO
ew jiusniess in loio, .dsn! fOil
cl, sassuriug &2ZVMJii
Outstanding Risks , 173UXi,t90 0
rrom me undivided urplus, exc.usive ol
ss-UM"' leserved by the Finance Committee
lor contingencies, r. verslnary dividends.wili
ue deeiaied a nll.il) e on settlement or u. xt
annual premium, to particinaliu'' policies,
1 ue valuations ol tl.e policies outstanding
lias been made on the American Experieuca
I.HUU-, me icgai lanuaru ol me Kiateor ew
liKO.W. FlllLLll'S, .,.,,.,,
J.O Va-VCi.se, 7 Actuaries.
1 be Report uf the Superintendent of the
Insurance uep'irtmeul ot the csiate of New
i oi k (made alter au exArnlualion into th
coudi.iou of ii. e Society, wbici oceup ed
me vuiei .xauiiuer oi me iJepsriment,
Mlh ten of his aicountauts, nearly three
mouths ) couciiid. s as lollows:
' he examiualion has been of tlie mo
"ilioiouuh and senicniug cliM.iai-ter, ami the
"".-sup rintendeiit beueves that no corpora-
"lion doing an Insurance business has been
"suljecied lo severer lesls than 111 is S-n-ielv
"h .s, nothing having Ijeen taken for granted
-miiciwy until, ooiu oi asstus uu llni.l l
"tie, coii-cieuliously and exhaustivei
"sci utiu.zed. lo accomplish tins a force ot
ten pel-sous, under ihe Chief Examine, ol
the lieparnueiit, has been etexdiiy engaged
lor near. y ti.ree luoiitus. Toe Su peri u
'teiideut is iu in h gratified at being auie Ui
"slate unit the result ol this investigation
snows me i-ompieie t-oiveuey oi the lusli
"tution; aud tlial il the Same tneluy aud
and ability are displayed in lis manage-
"nient and ciiiduot Irom tills time, as in
the past, a c .reer ot so. id commercial pros
' "JOHN F.SMYTH,"
The report of a Commit lee ok Policy-bold
ers and Itepreseniali ves of i'oiicy-holders
(-iieran exaiuiuaiiou cxicuuing over a pe
ikxi oi more tiisu two moiiins, assisted ny
lull corps of experts and accountants) con
cuiu s ai luiiowa:
.'The business of this Society has been
'conduct, d Willi enerKy,abllity and system
"aud its uuuaral.eled growth since ineor-
iiorated iu l.s-V.i. couullui;. as it does, nearly
"i- !2 t-uO.OAt a-se s, and aijouli.O u,K)Usuiplus
proiiis, Hccoidiug 10 tne fsoeieiy s slat
"lueut, sIioas uncommon industry and
'ivlaor out be part of its chief olllceis and
"direetois, aud, in theopiniou ot ibis Com-
"inn uv, places the hjuliablo Life Assur
"ance Society in the iront rank of iustitu
" Ions ol its uind."
"Ail ol wliich i- respectfully submitted."
"E. H. Muh'ian,
W M. A . Wiii:kiaX'k, M. li. Siikkman,
"CllAKLKS IS ft.lTII, "AlOKKIS K. J Ksl'l",
"I'OIIM MIS N. 11I.1SK, "J, .!. MoKKISON,
"l". O. FkAM'KI.VN, "F. I.T.1"1", N "
1 ne mil lte.oi t of the Superintendent oi
Insurance, and ihe lull Report ol the Com
mittee oi loiic -holders and Representa
tives of i'olicy-holaejs, have been printed
iu painiiulei. form, and may be obtained by
applicat ion to lue Society or lo iiuy of lis
aenis l hioitfcliout the I'nited Spates mid
The lolhiwiug is Hie Report of the Finance
Hid Executive. omuiilltK of the Society.
The thorough ii.vesllgation into the atl'airs
ami conditio of the iintable Life Assur-anc-
fSociciy by the Juourance IlepaiUuent
ol the Stale ol cv York, aud by a Com
mittee ol I 'oiiey- Holders ana itepresenia
li vns o! 1'ohey holders, ha. nut l"elaxed in
i be slijlitol ileiee the customary exatulu-
I'ions bv tlie sti'.udtnn and special toui-
uiiltees of the Koaid olUirectors,
Iu presenting tuc UtiiMiit of liio Society,
for ls7l, the Finance Committee state thai
thev have d".rii' that year elven much
aiieetion and luD .r t the consideration oi
hesysleuby which the business ot the
Society Is conducted aud its expenses regu
late : :.nd l ave dlrculBd tlie omoiuement Oi
ullru:esand nielhods for hriiig.'ng down
le expeime-i el the soiiciy to, and oxiuuuu-
linr tii-snii at, trio lowest siauthtrd vti-
ist:ii( ti !i the ji i'iii st t nMi ncy in the ut-
Tlie undivided Mil i-ius fund of the society
is much laiver i lin.it rc.iuislle lor tlie cou-iiuiiii.M-e
oi divueuds io policy-hold l
liioii'- (lluuiiulh.u, and In order to guard
agaiiisi even uiu-xpecteu depreciation in
in eslmeiits li.e c juimiltee nac
AV(..i(p,', That eight hundred tuousaud
do.uirsoi lue said unuivld..d .U'plus bt
vei hueld from division among policy
holder un:ii tne lurther order of this Com-
mt lee. in ol the B.iard. to cover any poxsi-
o.e ioss aiisim fiom the vuluc ol real tsluu
and olucr v-'cucttld;.
iiiW'i i'll'.ilV.e Liii; A. sutaucf society has.
ciiti iuy i..e past six luonti.s la period of uu
e.xauip'ed fleiiression In biiduess auu
iiii.-iuc i, undergone, turoitgh Its own Com
miit es, the Iiisuiuucj UepaiUuont of th
finite iiini u I'.ilicy-noidiiri Co:i:iniltee, ex
auiliialions, tor ihoiouuuess o detail am
seiu.iuv iu ail ncpnn.ni uli ot lt all ill's.
uupieevHleulcd iu liio history of corpora
tions. uw. T. Ant!.. tiKo. Ii. tlomiAX,) Coin
J amksLow H- F. 5i'.fLl'i"j, i luitle
I'AHKtK H.AJ-'I'V, 11. A Hl Kl-llL'T, JOU Fl-
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John I. Junks.
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A LANfllN I KASK .
f.UtKIU 11 A-' I'Y.
loll N SMIA s 11.
follS A.S1KW AKI'.
iji:or.K II. Si f'Aui.
John J. Do.NAbiixj.s.
Ktn, '. T'-ilKKY.
Sam i Kb llot.MKS,
,1'isK F. Navakico.
John J. Mi' kik.
TllK. IIS.KK WTUS.
Aha i.viirit iMiiviji,
1 '. IlLkHV fMITIl.
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V il. F. CO-jMIAl 'ill.
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SllllH. lli.KKoW 1 . Secret Hl'V
FiMi-Aitn V. Laiiiiki.'t, M. D., i
En-Aim Ci'it l'is. M. D., 1
K. W. S. TT, siij.'t of Agenc.es.
POLLOCK & CRAWFORD,
t.ENET! 1. .M FMS.
Mi1niiiM'iWiiifiWiVif 1 i I .ifa" iCTitfjrsteM!tasaMJ
-Ht tali Dealers ln-
At prices to accom modal o every one, ".
aud Manuiacluiers of
SUITS Til Olllllill !
From $30 to $65 !
Pants $7 to $16 !
A perfect Fit Unarantepd In every Instance
and Oocds warranted as represented.
" Cutting, Cleanimt aud Kepah ing done
on shortest notice, and at reduced prices.
A" Word to the Wise.
All parties Indebted to us by note or ac
count will plense call and settle the same
with W. B. Dobbin-, by the 151 h ol May. and
save cost, as we will after that date place all
claims in the hands of au officer.
Maylth-tf. lKiblllNsi A KUOWN.
We would respectfully aniio'-nce to Iho
citizens oi Columbia and viciuily, that we
have opened a
And are prepared to build.aH kinds of
'CarrlagesEttggies and Tjpress Wagers,
Ai:d to those haviiu; any K- paiiiug to be
done, would invite them to tiive its a call.
We will use none but the besi of material,
and guarantee satisfaction iu every instance.
- Mr. John Tucker will take charge of
he Fainting Department. jucb l-tmi
Shop at Lamb & Boyd's Factory.
Notice to Tax-Payers.
Owing fo 1 he post pur eni'-nt of tlie collec
tion ol tlie taxes, and lor the benefit of per
sons who may desire to pey their Slate and
Couuty taxes. I wid be at. my ollice iu Co
lumbia, on every Monday irom this date
umi- the "uth Ol October, IS77.
May llh-tf. W. T. h DWARDS, Trustee.
WM. J. WILLIAMS,
AND DEALERS IN
All Kinds nmlf Every Style and Sizo
of Burial Cases. Caskets Cof
fins and Gloss Whito Fiuisli-
Attouds promptly to all calls, in town or
surroundint; iiiuc'.iy. 1'tne II. arses and
gentle hor-es, ami all at leduc-. d prices Ai
wavsrendy. Air Tight end at-rpt oof Ca
ses aud Caskets. Plum Walnut Collins ten
ddllais. 1 will deliver at any depoi ou the
railroad. W M. J. v.v 11.L1AMS,
Culleoka, Ten n.
Cor. Main hi. J.o'.u 8;s. f. bl 77-Um
Supreme Court Sale.
1. N". Uyei-s and wife vs. A. CWhoxtlcy et al.
By virtue of a decree renden d in the
above eiitiilKl ciuise at ihe Jatiuaiy term,
lKn.of the Uonori.ble suiriue tourt ol
Teeii.ssee, I .ill sell nt pubic o: terv, to
tlie lily hest and best bid.hr. nt the court
house door, in the towu ol Columbia, at 12
ON MOMUV, 11TH DAY' CiF JCNE, 1S7T.
a tract of Isnd lieloiiutng lo Iho .state of
Samuel Wheatley, ijing in cili ilivtrict No.
I'l, Jlaurj County, Teiui csee, ou liouble
Hrancbes, waters of Hmheriord n-ek, and
bounded as follows: iM-mni.ing at Ihenorih
west corner of tin- tn.ct in I'leu-nnl M. Hal
comb's line in i he h;ne, oppo-ltc tlie iiorth
end of an old feuce, tnd running south w th
Isaac L. Howard, loH pobs and ii .inks to the
center ot Double iliauci.t s, a box eld r
pointer; thence, up ti.e b uncli soini. 01,
casi 4 i es to the fork of the braiich;thence,
up the right hand lot k i r i mn : koi.i n -lsl . ,
east lj poles; thence, s. uth ln' , ue-t 7 p.-les
and ! links to a siske; theim;. s- uth 42 . east
3 poles and 10 links to a sit.ke; ih.-n e, north
SK'j,east8 p .le to a slnke; thet co noith
7s'4J, east 17 jHilesand 1 links to the center
of i e 'Javig lord road, in tne center ot tlie
b audi; thence, witn i-aid load south 12-'',
west S poles find 17 .inks to a st:,k ; tbeuce,
south id , asi ijti oles find ill links to a
stake; thence, south west y pvdes mid r,
links to a large hicboo , Isaac L. Howard's
corner, in J. M. Allen's Hue; thei.ee, w;th
said Alleu's line north !", enst 17 poles and
22 links to a Make, Horn which south o ,
east at is1., links Is an e:m pointer iu L. .
Myers' I. ue; lhenco, with sa.d nlyns' line
norlii lie, east Ou roles, a links to a sugnr-irte
corner; tuenci", south Mi , i ast 11 poles and
," links to a stake. Itoiu which sou! u .west
al 1 links is a lxx e dor pointer, a comtr
of Mi's. Amis' uower, in L. D. Myeis' line;
thence wit h t he dower due north -i , oast
lso P"les, 'J2 links to a stnke iu .Vtrs..Arty
Auh isou Mime: iiiencu. w ii n itci line norm
west 1 7 poles, 11 links lo i he beginning;
containing 177 i.r.s, one ro-.d und the
ieicncs. 1. lins oi sa e: i ash. Sale free
from the eijiiily of redeini ti.-n.
W. . C Vt DEN, Clerk,
May 18th-td. Kupremf) oi.n.
Boot anil Siioo .Maker,
South F-nslargo itrefc',
Columbia, ; ; Tennessee.
I do ire to say to mv o'd cus'oniers and
others, that J still make i tools and shoes,
and that noo.ieelso is authorized to sell
them. Any perso l or iii'Tchaiii pretending
to sell my H.iots or Shin s, is deti audicg the
pub'irl. (or he is teilii.g l'alsel ooit.
May IS 77-ly. 1'ElEK JlhCKEMJACH.
: 1 on
. KEEP'S PATENT
PARTLY-MADE DRESS SHIBTS.! -'
Alio, keeps a full alrn-k of
Furnishing Goods !
We have received
our spring Kto-k of
wi(! ft i"d everything
.. kx1.-. und the people
thev ean cwl for at our ti-iiN.1. Kpr--nl inili:"
uiehtM to rt-ta buyers. C nun ui-! t i.n.t Mil.
.prUiilf. . MUUYA MIIfc"UBJ".
Boots, f hoes I Hafe
Embry S Frierson's,
SPLENDID IT OF
Aud Is selling his Winter stock at cot
to make room. Has on hand a
Tf-f j ;iotofortiietost
I j. -i i, .
! J '1 ' C , i :
Boots, Shoes and Hats,
Of the latest and best quality al
ways on hand.
GENTLEMEN'S FURN ISHINU GOODS.
I will, as In the past, make tip the best of
Goods to order, aad charge the lowest living
price for them. ' Come and see opposite
Embry & Frierson's.
March-2t- , JOHN TYLER.
A. G. ROULSTONE,
SDK, H I CO.,
North West Corner of Third and
Pianos and Organs
: EOR fcLVLE AND RENT.
I have a new Piano and Oreau, both of hu
perior tonaftDttfluish, routaininc all mod
ern improvements, that 1, otler lor-xale at
half price. '111.111 instrument" are fully war.
ran tea to ei ve satlslactlon. . A too. some nee-
olid hnnd Pianos for sale or rent on reasona
ble terms. Kl JUT. D. SMITH,
March aO-tini. . Commbia, Tenn.
Titcomb & Towler,
. At the Old Stand, Corner South Jeu'i St.
aiul Public Square,
COLUMBIA, ... TENNESSEE
Having qualified as administrator of the
Maiem Mi-s. .Marina vv. ivenueoy, oecu,
all persons bovine claims against tne es
tH'e are notified lo file tnem within the
time prcscribvrl by law. or they will be for
ever barred. Parties indebted to the estate
are requested to call and settle.
FRANK H. SMITH,
AprilSTT, 1877. Administrator,
Att:;:j i Lit ad Solicitor is Ch:i:ry
OrHcf tn the Kouth side
with Wilkes & Bullock.
of the Square
WATER I In C 0 L U Jl B I A
To neconimodate the citizens of Colair.bia
wli niity tlesire to avnii theinselveH of the
memcal virtues of Hney iSpriuii Water.
will hercHlu-r keep a supply of these, vraters
ui i. ii. luuiiH' urugMurr,
' ' W. I. ELLIS.
April 27th, lsTT-tf. 1'ioprietor.
m SOLVENT - NOTICE,
Having tliixdav snviiPSteil the insoivecn v
oi i. ai. KHir-n. tieceaseit, to the Clerk of
the County Court ot .Vtanry count v. Tennes
see, notice is hejeiiy given lo ail persons
uaviug cuinm ngitiusi said estate to lite
them duly authenticated with said Clerk
on or before ihe .'tin h day of September, 177,
tor prorata distribution, or the same will be
forever barred. H. T. GllRIH IN.
A pril ii, 1S7H. Administrator.
GEO. W. WILLIAMSON & J. A. BAILEY,
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL
O O JC s
Nashville and Cairo
T. U. UVAIA.X, SupdiluteiiUvut.
for Clark illc, FMtloeali nuil Cairo
iric new and elnci
C. IP. A NnjtRSOSf,iiU leave Nashville for
ilie above points evtry Tuesday, at 1 p. M.
The t-plendld n sseutsor steamer, f EI, IX A.
wt 1 leu e fo( the above joints evert Thurs
day ttt i v. M.
The new aud eh-gaut steainor KDDY
VILLK will leave Nashville for tho above
poiutsc-vciy isuiuruay, at 1 v. it.
Eaeli taut intf kea clotie eouut'CUou at 1'a
dbcuh with T.'pjk.t Ohio HUrr ISoata, and at
t u uu wit Ii firs .-class slemners fur New or
li'i.'Ji and all l oiuls ou the Lower Missis
il'fl. Hpeoiai iuilueenieuttf ottered to ctiii
giunts to all poiuts iu A rkausas aud Texas
and the Noitu western Teriilorles.
W.S. biHV MAM,
j a ii. 'in in. tieu. Agent, No. !, liroad Bt.
lia us thl-s day Hugi-sled the iusolvcncy
of James M. Neatlierley, dec atd, to the
t'lei k ol the County Court of Maury Couuty,
Teuuefsee. noi ice in hereby given to all per
mit. s having claims Biiiii.st said ohi ate to
tile them duly hiitheiitlcalcu with Bald
e'erk ou or b-tore the 1 It ti day of Noyember,
1S77, for prorata dit-t i Iliutiun," or the wnu
will be forever baired.
ltl.VH 4 CHKEK,
ilay ll-lii, AdininLstratorn.
i 1'oi.ted by W. B.TidweIl, April nth, 177
; duarict No. 21, one bay mare, i.", iianda Iiluhl
I aiKiut years old, rtfiht tore l-i a iittlo
white above the hoof, both hind legs white
I half way up the hock, blaze face and aaddle
I marks on i-a"h irte of t h lu.-k arid valueU
al forty-live dollars. JOHN T,TVCKKR,
ilay uid-1177. linger,
BIG TUDIBLE IN. PRICES
T T T T w j y
NO. 39 PUBLIC SQUARE,
REDUCTION IN GRENADINES!
REDUCTION IN P. K'S!
REDUCTION IN VICTORIA LAWNS!
REDUCTION IN JACONET LAWNS!
REDUCTION IN GRASS CLOTHS! :
REDUCTION IN PARASOLS! ! . "Il
REDUDTION IN TANS! (. . . , , ; ..
REDUCTION IN CUFFS AND COLLARS!
REDUCTION IN CORSETS! . ' . '? I.
REDUCTION IN HATS!
REDUCTION IN READY-MADE CLOTHING!
REDUCTION IN BOOTS AND SHOES!
REDUCTION UiS BEEN
IN OUR LINE, AT THE ,
TT HITS HOUSB
May 25, l77.-lni.
WE TAKE THE LIBERTY OF CAL.UNG YOUR ATTENTION -TO OUR
MW AND ELEGANT STOCK Ol' '
SPBKui" CfcOTHOi 5
. . . - - r X i- t
. " t - f - ' ' ' '
AND EVERYTHING HERETOFORE FOUND la OUR STORE, ? ?
- i - -
To M'liich we canicstly aefk an inspet-tiou ly you. It i hardly nece.rstry for
us to bay tliat iu the jmrt'liase of these goods, our Mr. A. KOSKNTIIAL,
(wlio live in Cincinnati, and has the advantage over all coiupevitois hy be
ing coii.-tanty iu tlw: market,) has spared neither iiaiiinoi" froiiTileT 0 ttiat
... , 1 1' I -i
we can state positively, that bur Prices are the Lowest in
Maury County. We feel proud of your confidence in the past, and
hope to merit it in the future. Our reputation for celling I IELI ABLE
GOODS, AT TIKE LOWEST 1J0TT0AI PRICES, shall be maintained,
and we cordially :invite you to call and iw see before buying elsewhere.
8, . Particular- attention to Merchants and large Cash buyers.
March 13, 1877. A. ROSENTHAL & BRO.
MRS. ! JMMUG'T.
Ladies' Bonnets, H als, Ribbons, Flowers, Veils and Ties,
Feathers, Collars, Cuffs, Collarettes, Ruffs, Handker
chiefs, and all the new Colors and Gloves.
A Speciality of Hamburg and Lace Embroidery.
A full line of Tiininiinfrs. Clursftts aud
and Cliildrt n's
A General Assortment of Toilet Articles, Notions
au ri wi.i.'ii i.uva tm .vii u co.p in ti. a KnRrn Varkelisal the lowesc cusli priuK. aud
will be sold lower than ever before.
SPA M PI XU and FINKINO done to order. I
" AIMS,' "
Drugs, Medicines J Cbemicai
Trusses. SutiDoi-ters. Shoulder
Articles, Books and Stationery. Kerosene Oil,
Lamps and Chimneys,.
Garden Seeds, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
And Dye Stuff, Etc, Etc.,
I'ure Wines at4
Picture Fraixiet, etc! Jv
I have liioved my slock of B00H4. Pictures, and in fact, evervthinu to Wiouihl In i
Qint-elHysI'.ook Htore to my Old btauj, uextdoor to Ihe Poet Office, opposite NvIvju lltfiute.
COME 1 OWE I
To the People's jiojiular
Jan. j'.'ih 1H77.
FRESH GAEDEN SEED.
lULL IIIVE OF
Landreth's, Briggs & Bro.s' and Ferry s
Garden Seed just Received, and for Sale by
MADE OX ILL GOODS
H. CRONE, Proprietor.
Til tors. A beautiful line of Ladies
nCTTEBlCK'rt l'ATTEHNS always on Laud.
oiu it a renewal of old twle
WltS. M. J. lilt AN f, Agent.
Braces. Faiicv and Toilet
:quors or ileUiciaal puruotc, l'ateot Malieir.es, elc.
WALL PAPER, SHADES,
COME ALL f I
low iirioe Book Btore; ,
We are Jtill-Agenti for
i r i . fiiA'l'Ji I I 'HIT
RE tFERS AND MOWERS
THE BUCKEYE TABLE RAKE,
First introduced into the County last Season, at once took the lead as a
Reaper, gaininga complete victory over the Champion Self
Rake in a field trial on the farm of
READ WHAT THE FARMERS SAY OF THE BUCKEYE:
"I would nut t-xchaiiKt" my lUirk',v" fur any nun him-." J,
"The Table Jijike coiix-m up ti llie i.ti'diiiini'inlatiim. It ix
twohorseH." (co. -V. Mr Kan dim.
"I Hjtw the Tall-Uake, and think it tin lfst s-lf-lak- l'ii)M'r I -vt miw
at w ork." Jaiiu: Joge. , i
"1 trkil lioth the Champion and the IJiickiyi' Scll-Itakcn thoroughly. Th
Hurkeye is lijrht draught; more easily hnmllit; wives and dHi'ver the ;riiiii
W'tter; naves dow n grain; has tin- In-st I'itnian coniKM-tion; iiiacliinery and
more durable. It is the machine to Imv." Tho. II. WHIknn.
CALLAT OUR STORE AH
AGENTS ALSO, FORTIIi;
"Oil r 2 Reliable" S we
OT. IE. STREET c? OO-,
A. O OODMAiWS!
The highesi, niarkotprk'e for Cotton,
You can find tlie liest stock of Sugar,
if i, rp- FT -
Tf- CALL THE ATTKNTION OK
Jfc, that I n now well prepared to buy alt tne
pay the Highest Market frice in ChhIi. 1 nino
my Htore Huow, and if parties don't wlnli u
in j iniunr. niiu i j t it39 uuu b wmu IA,
with SackHand Htorae tor it until they nee Mt
liunnei ior nrorat;e, innnrance aim t'ior. i win adv met; money on hii kiii.ih of Country
Produce stored in my rxMsexHlon, la connectio-i with this, I k-'i-p a very lnitr nUa-k of
Family OrrrerienaDd Plantation Buinllw. "ou1kIIii In n.irt o: 'Hiiuur. ( oll'ee. Klonr. P.h-
eon, LklxT, Tobaoeo, Whisky, Ac. Ho be sure
iuj qr weutng. mtr tteineaitKir ipajr canajor all J buy.
No. It) Eaat Hida FobUo Square,
t&" The Oldest Established
Greo ;Ii.Cabllioii n & Co.,
" ".. ' " ""l)KAREliii I '- '
WATCHES, JEWELRY and DIAMONDS,
Sterling an! Plate! Silyrware,
MAXWELL HOTJSK, -
1 T I f ' 'i ' f- ." :
15 i -tsi i
N E W G
AT BOTTOM' PEICESrPOR OASH..
I Ji.n o tlio Ix
Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Gaiters, French
Kid Button Boots, Front and Side Lace
Boots, Pebble and Kid , r .
. , , , Newport Tiesff; rj.t
Canfibld,s'','Celol3ratca Gold Medal
t i.oito a choice assortment, includina ever v
Htewon '8 custom made jtooodii. . ... . . u . .
May 4, ISti.-Jm.
Mauxy County for th
liuhl ilniuglit for
D EXaMlKE THE BUCKEYE-
epst ake s ' Separator.
. iuh 1-77-31U.
OP CORN WANTED AT
FOUNDS BACON SIDES WANTED AT
Corn, Wheat, IJaeon, will be paid at
Collee and all kind Family Groce'ries at
THK FAHMKIW A Nf) tflK Pf
Corn, Baoos, Etc
have a vury ii' War
i can m:t, and will
'ury Mivn A iiru ItotiMu nuiHidf or
i iiitrir i will minimi ludin
to ell, ami 1 will only clniruo 1 ci-tit pi'i'
t-j cull ami see me bitluie you do your Imy-
COLUM Ml A, TKNN KXhF:E.
Jewelry House in the City
Spectacles, Qsld Pens, Clocks, lie,
- NABHVILLK, TKNN.
Iverware Made lo OrdT.
OiO D S!
-t . . .
- si St K nf . . '
L X E S
deslmiiln nvltv. i Alan fnii ii, r