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Child of r.Uare . "T. wh,?,' "rin.-p .
Wlcli we all o dearly prixc?
Child of sorrow, ont Ihon name It ?
lirk despair was lu thine heart
Till, with senile mercy, came it.
Bidding that deep gloom depart ;
Here to-day, and Bed to-morrow,
Yet to thee lhedeaie-it boon,
Pa', what I it, child of orrow.
That can change ihy night to noon ?
liHi k were life most dm k and loneiy-
If.when a-ure's day were o'er,
Wr could fct' Tinemhiance oniy,
AndcouM i ever Lope for nioie.
rik were lift what creature human
Coo Ul the weight of sorrow bear,
Iid not Hope's sweet trust illumine
Tls the Miiile that angels wear.
Thoug'.iile.-wof her diamond iilil
In theeveuliis hour.
There Ih.v a glow-worm, fair and blight.
1x.-11ea.11 a jmh t s ixiwei.
r.o:n foul mo sneakel a luon-itro-ja
A load of ugly Jiue,
And on the ttiol&'iislve woim
Uisdeadly veuuin threw.
" What evil lmve I done thee?" cried
The worm In dying throe:
"What ha-t thou doue!" the tosid re
"Wliereiore t-UIn't tlioi so?"
J-'n.m the fjVwrm
MIXfJ FROM t.OETIIK-
Mny t hou -and s'ars a:e burning
Itriglilly in the vault of nilit ;
Mirny an ai ih worn heart t. Jfiu Liu
l'fWl I: li a fund delight
sininof tx-auty, slars of glory.
Had lent wu miei e s of t he sky
'i-ary o I h . l.l'ij ssd stoi y ,
Kvcr would we gaie 1111 high.
The Veilcr l?or.
Docs l'w infesut! this world just
az long az man haz, and will hang
around az I'Hjr r.z tl-.rre iz ciiny gn
zle left on a lni.t.
We have ni r-iislIe nckouut ov th.e
fust dog, ami pn.S ab'y fhant hayed
U-e filial one.
If Adam kepi a tartier, or Kve a
poodle, the lair jv ages Lav washed
away the lakt.
If ICoah had a pairov ;aeh breed v
dog on board t lus vessel 1, and only
ue pair ov l'-us, he was well out for
iogi, ana iMr out for ilea?. History
iz dumb on tl.in rt:l jecl.
The yeller dog has no pedigree, the
Hood in hiz veins iz az crude as retro
leum when it fust comes pumping out
ov the earth, bitter, thick, and fiery,
He iz lone, and lazily put together,
hiz ears flop when lie shakes along the
dusty thorougl'lare, au J mz tail iz a
There iz no anitnasdiun in a yeller
doc a tail, it iz useless, the lues anf
even afrad ov ir,itizwuss than a 10
per cent, mortgage tew the rest ov hiz
Wiii the yeller dog ain't br ru dis-kouute-l
iz a mistery tew me, but
when I ask myself "Whare would
you hitch the tin pn tew?" then at
once the folly ov a lob-tailed yeller
doz flashes on mi miud.
Ever since this kontineut was found
bi Christopher Kolumbus, in 14D2, and,
fur what i kno, much lime previous
tew that, the yeller dog liaz been a
vagrant, travelii g by moon-lite, and
hungry bi natur.
Whure he comes from nobody seems
to kno, and if you speak a kind word
tew him he thiuks it a kite in disguise,
and etradling hiz tail with both hind
legs, he goes suspicious and sideways
on his lonsum juriuy.
Mankind hav mailt- him a vagabond,
and life tu him iz made up ov starva
shun and brickbats.
If he cums out ov biz lurkiug place
in the hot of August, he iz a mad dog,
and the Common Council at onceas
pemble, the riot act iz read, 50 dollars
reward iz ottered, men cum panting
iulo town, crieing "mad dog," thare
two hor.e wagon w as bit that morn
ing bi a yeller dog, the fury rages, old
guns are cleaned up, the cannon iz
run out on the village green, names
talk to dames ov the awful event,
men look sober and defiant, boys
pocket their marbles in the midst of
a game, pigs run rquallidg tew their
hovels, aud the whole body politic
surges with horror.
The poor innocent whelp Laz doue
hiz worst, and while a whole villeg?
iz in extacys ov hydrophobia, he haz
passed on, aud may be seen tugging
away, in the surbirbi, at the shin
loiie ova departed omnibus boss.
We have all witnessed in our lime
(hays Land and Water) the astonish
ing performances of certain animals,
birds and fishes, which were trained
for the purpose of exhibition ; but the
majority of these, though they serve
to prove the iossibility of a higher
training and a more useful one. yet in
themselves they exhibited a lamenta
ble amount of waste labor and wax'e
Long Lefoie llareyV nsme was heard
as a 'horse-tamer," a secret existed, as
a family heirloom, among a set of the
O'SuUivai.s in the south of In land.
This family w as known as "The Whis
jterers," aud they possetx-ed the powr
of rendering as quiet as a lamb the
moot stubborn and unmanageable
horse that ever existed. Whether they
did anything more to the horse than
to breathe into his nostrils, we know
not; but by doing this and by kind
nothing, aud other ways known to
th mselves, they effected their purpose
in d retained their fame. Putting the
qresti m of drugs, or stimulants, or
other facinating meansaside, and coin
ing to the point of pure and unadulter
ated domestication and teaching, per
hnis there was no one persn in niod-
'ii times who ac hieved so much sue-
in animal teaching as 8. Bi.-et.
Tli if man was an bumble shoemaker.
I if ms Uiru in Scotland, in 1721, but
be a fit rwards move' to I jndou, where
be married a woman who brought him
wme protly ; then tutnii g broker,
be accumulated m:uey until the year
1750, when bis attention was turned to
ti the training cud teaching of aui
unds, birds and fishes, He was led to
this new ft tidy on reading an account
i.f n lemarkable horse show at the fair
at St Germans, llissct lou;ht a horse
and dog, and Micceeded Iieyond his ex
jiectations in teaching them to perf nil
various feats. He next nuichused two
monkeys, which he taught to dauee
and tumble on a rope, and one would
hold a candle in one paw and turn the
barrel-organ with the other, w hile hit
companion danced. He next taught
three cats to do many wonderful
tilings, to sit before music books, and
to squall notes pitched to different
keys. He ad vet ti-ed a " Cat's Ojiera"
in the Haymaiket, and succer-lully
earned out his piogt.tnime, the cals
accurately fullii;iug all thtir parts.
He pichetcd some thousands by these
tMf(imaiice. lie next taught a lev
net, aud tl; u t-evera! neeie of bird,
So fjH'll tie name of any person iu the
company, and 10 ,fti.guish the hour
d the day or niir'it. Six turkey-cicks
were next rendered amenable to a
country oain-e, and, alter six months'
leaching, be tinim d a tllttJe to feteh
;tcd cany like a doc, and having
, l.ji'.Ud the ll r and b':ic!:cr. d il.s
S ws, he made it traiv t ut the name
-f y given ihTsoii nreeiit.
A .!; 'l ll-ll b" i I Mini Ti-x.i.s
ii;l I t u ii Iii::k'.: ! ami twci i v
t-, i s. eilt tilt qil.irlci-!!. m;l!.iii :i!i!Ill
trOHHI h.iiiK H- l:IM!e. iil riiii.cicl
.-li tin- l'i'ii ill-t. The caltlt' M'cl""
-I nilr n i ill I'exs. on Angilt 1 -t
:iod. :;t:cr 1. i cut n;i. : ! e lu( ' wu
imiMN'.iali l ti.':i- -in-d I ll.e 1.,-M oj
li;e ve si J. .'. h :!.- " i i ' 1 viii ice
al't r the m.iMu r -I m !ti',i:i!e' ; l!ie
... ..rier (Fin- id ; 1.. ii.jr hiiiiii xj' i : lv
i- t :lie lr:lii-p'l .;iti"i .: lu sh ?i i t.
T'i Vi iie lu lu i0--k-ort to l'iiil-'del-'
il:i.i w;i iiinde i-: idiic d.is. and the
i cef'. when iinl ;.lcd. n.(h (! to ' '" as
iiv,l, ;tiidsvccl -.. tlicthiy o( i;ss!.i
ue iiT, This l s:dd to Se the tiivt cmi-
iri,in"nt of tls.' ki;ul tnst ha ever
rcTiclied I'hihi'ifli'hi:! Jrota Tcxs: hut
it is rXnvt' tii:l tl.i- Mu-m.tl tin' t'X
! lilil-Mit Will 'ivc l i.-C r. a ii w ; :(
1 .... .i i . t i . :n ......... l..
jiiiiinauie train-. Hi ii m i.- n-
hit t!i-,co?t of iKM-f in I'.irtt. city, w lrl--i-i
;. san. : tiliif aiMiu t i'-t' "' ''I '' ,,!
i. i-v loii:ii"tr :iii-:!:
..::ti. t f,r li r ijiiuii-isst'.I
ill tlie form t S'n-rh T X;::i v:
1 1,' V l!.;lt !' MtC
I l ihitJltS Ot tliC
BUl'l r-h'Vr t
The religious census in Ireland
shows that, of the population of 1,402,-
4,141,933; the Protestant Episcopali
ans, 6S3.204; the Presbyterians. 558.-
23S; and other religious denominations
Tlie circa tent bpccalation before I he
Tho Ileal Estate Distribution of Memphis.
tor lbil. drawing October 31st, 171.
Shcres only each 487,600 in Real Es
tate, and 33,400 in Personal Property. In tho
former is embraced the Xew Mrmiibla
Theatre, costing 83,000, and now renting
for S.00, Plantations, Business Houses, Ta
lauai ueridcnces, snming tin f?167,oo in
Iteal Property, and 33,400 in Personal val
ues. Shares only 85 each. In the list of Per
sonal values there are Diamonds, Watches,
urgans and bilver l'lato.
Pais killer. in anoiner column
will be found tho advertisement of Da
vis' Tain Kilter. There is probably no
other projiaration manufactured that has
tWH-oma no much ot a household word as
the Pain Killer. For thirty years it has
hUnmI be'oro the puDlic. ana the mnum
orablfl testimonials thai have been call'
ferth voluntarily, testily fullv to its
merits. When vou nood a family nifidi
cine bay the Pain Killer. ,
Rczd Advertisement headed Opium and Mor
L840 TO 1871
FOU THIRTY-ONE YEARS
PAIN - KILLER
ii iMn tMtj.il in v nrv vjLrietT of climate, and
by luioft every nation known to Americans- It
is t!i almost constant companion ma idu
m.hi. frimA nf ths misionarT and the travel
er. nn sea and land, ard no one should travel
..n our LAKES OR KIVKKS WITHOUT If.
PAI5-SILLEit was tbe Orst and 1b tie
Only Permanent Paln-EelleTer.
Sior the PAIN-KILLER wu first intro
duced, and met with uch nnsnpaaaed rule,
rosny Liniment, Panacea, and other remedies
have been otfered to the public, but not one of
them ban ever attained tne truly ikviabli
standing of the fAliN-ii.li.l.i.li.
Why Is this So ?
It U btcause DAVIS PAIN-KILLER is what
't ciaims to be a Reliever of Pain. -
It Merit are Fnaar panned.
If you arenuffering from INTERNAL PAIS
fweniv or Thirty Droni in a Little v atcr wil
almost instantly cure you. There is nothing to
equai it in a tew moments it euros
Cfllic I ram j. Sjuxms, Hrart-tlnrB. flisntara,
ltjM-nter. flax. Wind la the lloweln,
Simr Stomarh, RyKpepsia, Sick
In sections of the country where
FEVErl AND AGUE
Prevail, there if no remedy held in creator es
teem Every housekeeper should Keep it a
band, to at !y it on the first attack of any Pain
It will give satisfactory relief, and save hour
Do nut trifle with yourselves by testing un
tried remedies. Be sure yoa call for and get
the genuine PAIN-KILLER, as many worth
less noatrums are attempted to be sold on the
great reputation of this valuable medicine.
atirlHrections accompany each bottle.
Prtr 2.1 !., 50 cts., and SI per Bottle.
.1. 3i. HARRIS & CO.,
Proprietors for the Southern and Western
for sale by
Whkloch. Fim.at A Co.. New Orleans.
d. P. Jonks k Co., . Memphis.
R. A. Robinsow k Co., Louisville.
liiBtT fc DrvoviLLg, Kashvillo
And 07 all Medicine Dealers. mvrt
A First Claim Mebool far Yonns; tM
dla. Advantages: Elegant Grounds (23
acres) Healthy Location Capacious Buildings
$10,000 Apparatus Well selected Library ol
ll.Oufi volumes Large Recitation and Sleeping
Rooms, with fire in each Abundantly supplied
TaMe Full and efficient faculty years ex
perience Course of Instruction thorough and
co-nplete Prices reduced Number of Matric
ulste; 7.4i. and 714 Oradnates No Sectarian
ismSession opens Sept. 4th Catalogues frei
deo.litr Wa. A. Svttb A. M.. Sec'v.
Eeal Estate Distribution
MEMPHIS, TEXXESSEE, FOR 1871.
Drawing taken place Oet31it.
$4G7,G00 in Real Estate.
334,400 in Personal Property.
Valuable Plantations, Splendid Residences
and Commercial Property, Diamonds. Sil
ver Plate, Pianos, Organs, etc. Capital
Prixe. the New Memphis Theatre, cost
ing fSj.OOO, now renting for to.OuO
per annual. (See Circulars.)
All shares nnsold at the time of distribution
will bo surrendered, and their corresponding
numbers not allowed any representation. The
Managers will not hold a share, this guaran
teeing the shareholders the full control.
For information or shares, address Central
Ofliee. 44 Adam St., Memplis, Tenn., or any of
the Agencies throughout the country.
PASsMORE k Rl FFIX.
Sept. 15. tf. Manage-.
Paper Manufac'g. Company
Xo. 6 Market St., Nashville, Temu
KEBS, llOOHABLOTTLVG PAPERS.
Wc will par the highest market price for
Riiirs. old Papers, Bagging, Rope, Cotton
W.ifclc&c.,cousigned to us.
Returns promptly made.
S. M. SCOTT,
jly 15-m President.
GREAT CHANCE F03 AGENTS.
Do yon want an agency, loeolorrmreftug
with a chance to make S3 to S'J per
day selling our new 7 strand Wkite Wire
iAoUir J.incT 1 Dry latt former; so thcro
I is no risk. Address at once liudsen
Kiver Vire Works. 13H Maiden Lane.
i atcr St. or 16 Dearborn St. Chicago. Ill
I will snd the following good and reliable
recipes for 50cents. The recieshare all been
carefully selected, with a view to their rSia
bill's", timp.icity of compounding, and large
prnfitstn agents. It is the manufacture anil
sale of articles that will pay great profits, and
can easily bi made, put up and sold by any
man, woman or boy. Try it, you aro sure of
success, not a bare living, but abundant.
Chills and Fevers, Cough Pyntp, firccn
Miunta-.n Salve, Black Coryinglnk, Ked Ink.
llnir Dye, Printing Ink, Water Proof Oil
Blacking, Balm of Beauty. Liquid Glue, or
Mu' ilage, Starch Polish, Red and Blnck deal
ing Wnx, Tooth Paste, Uow to make Moustache
and Whifkers grow. New York Barber's Hair
i-il. Empire Restorative, Harness Varnish, Co
logne. Blue Ink, Vegetable Salvo, Magnetic
Pain Killer, or Tooth Ache Drops, American
Washing Compound, Ox M trrow, Rheumatic
Liniment, Eloctro Silver Plating. Fine Indcii
ble Ink, Artificial Honey, equal to that made
by bees. Gold and Silver Counterfeit De:cctor,
Shaving Soup, Cider without npph-s. Paste
Blacking. Furniture Polish. Angler's Secret,
Erasive S- ap, To remove Tan, Blotches. Freck
les and Pimples, Friction Soap, Cure for Dys
entery. Address. H. B.CLAFLIX.
Sept. SO- tf. Columbia, Tcnn.
Should send Sl.SO for O'nARA'8 POCKET
G1AMT CORN S11ELLER. Shells sis bushels
per bonr; weighs oniy 12 ounces. A GOOD
AGKNT wanted in every County. ProSts
large. Send S J . jO for sampln. Address C. T.
VAN S1CKLKN, 143 West Fourth Street. Cin
UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVllLE
Ciirxkr Eighth axd ChkoT.wt.
G. W. PAYLESS. M. D.. Profcsscr of the
Principles and Practice of Surgery.
J K. liODINE. M. D . Professor of An.itnmy
.Hid Don ot the Faculty. cine.
LIXSKOKDP. YAXDALI., Jr.. M. !.. I'ro-f.-ssnr"
f Materia Mcdicea and Vlinica Mctli
K. R. PALMER. M. D.. Piolcisorof Physiol
ogy and Histology.
T. S. BELL, M. 1)., Professor of Science and
Practice and Public Hygiene.
J'UIN E. CllOWK, M. Professor of Ob
stetric and .Medici! Jurisprudence.
JAMKci W. HOLLAND.M. D .Pror. of i.'hcm-i-l
ry and Toxicology. gory.
!. W. Y. N DA LI j. M. P.. Trof. Clinical .Sur
f. PARV1N. M. D.. I'rolVssorof Medical and
llr.-i(l Diseases of Women.
U. o. CMWUXU, M. D.. Adjunct Professor
of Ihe l'riiiciil- nnd Pracicc of 6urKry
and l'i i;u.iir trator of Anut-uuy.
MutriculaCoa Ticket.. 5
1'roH i.Mir'.- Ticket , in fuii.... .'iiioi
Memoalr.itor's Ticket "i oo
I!oi-l ital t ukut Uetiuircd by tho City 5 W
'llr- rmrTT-rtrrii AMtrALSF.-is-iis willcom
nieiiic on the first Monday in October. 1S71,
and couiiuuo until the firt of March, lr7"J.
A 1'kki. KisiKY OolUfK r Lkctckks, free to
ail .-tudeni.--, ill commencs on the seeo:id
lond.iy tu cptembcr, aud continue tj 1 the
opi ning of the Kcgulnr Term.
Fr tlia Annual Circular, containins full
particulars. ad ess
J. M. l'.uOl.VE, M. D.. Dean of Faculty.
Or h R tPA-LiiEIlM. D.ecey of Faculty.
hf.Cif.ATi LUS.;KESS D'EECTPfiV.
j IN S'! s: ii-W'l;,.!csitlcManufiic-mr.-r
i'w:i's isod Tobacco, aiieeial atttcn
t...u ...-Ced ff. he "HiR ai d Little Casino"
i i-i..i:i-a -s. 1ST W klnutst. Cincinnati, 0.
I (ll li,t P03TK1I, O.ioT, ."Sa.-h
I I t and Shutter 5iniif"s.; Rough e.pd !'re.-sJ
Luuibrr. Joists, Scan tlici,-, &aiiiic, Laui.Jic.,
I S UaAblhal
'Mtc frcsliest scries of Text-Booh
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j adopted bj tc Virginia and Geargb State Itowds of EdncaUon,
AKD KOW UltOELT Dl CTK Dl ' '- " " " '"'
An Association composed of m.mT
the several Southern States, feel-15chool-Books
which should be cn
vnpolitical which should present
ixicnco ars now Lssuin"; a.com-Text-Books
by the eminent sehol
whkh are the
Clieapest, Best, and Host
Now published. The " University Scries " cmhraccs
Maury's Geographical Series,
nr. a r v uTirrBT. of the Ylnrinia
"J y"i"uy r--r? , : A
wrir .n ra in tlu stndv of this science, aud
coraolished Southern teacher, "are characterized by
M!s nr stv'e which must ever render thctn
hv all who wish to teach gcoCTanhy as
and not merely as an enumeration of dry facts. - - J
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Bv Geoboe F. Holmes, LL.D., Professor of History and General Lircratr.re in the TJni
c vi-r,;., a carina nf Ttinilnri nnonnnlleil in chenTitiess. excellence, and tyvo
ni,Vil beaut v. Thcr arc steadily progressive in character, bright and fresh in tlnii
selections of prose and verse, and illustrative of Southern scenes, incidents, awl l.istory
Venable's Arithmetical Series,
n r,rtn S Vrwim.K. T.T..TJ . " Trofossor of Mathematics in the University of
v';,-ni.. Thvm lots are meeived pvervwhcre by intellkrent t( ncrwrs with tlic highest
satisfaction, as beins most admirably adapted
tion. Their methods, rules, and reasonings aro Clear, aisnnci, kj;ht.i, :um ii
and the scries is carefully graded throughout.
Holmes History of the United Statos,
Bv George F. ITolmes. LL.D., of the
this admirable work, intcrostin j, impartial,
style, that it is the only History of the L.mtea J5ta.es wcicn is
omcs down to the present date. Also, '
De Veres French Grammar, Readers, etc.,
Cildersleeve's Latin Series, i
Carter's Elements of General History,
Holmes' English Crammars,
Le Contevs Scientific Series, '
Johnston's English; Classtcs.
Send for our new ILLUSTRATED DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE which will be
rr.n;iwi v iirW nr ochnr.1 ifflccr.
contains specimen pages of each. . -
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Teachers, and others interested, are referred
R ashrille, Term.
Queen of the South
H. P. STRAUB,
14ft Water St. Cincinnati. O
Scud for ClrcnlaB
U. D. ROBIiVSOIV,
los. 495, 497 & 499 Central Avenue, CINCINNATI, 0
Send fir reliirod price list.
Is the only safe and euro curs. It con
tains no opium or deleterious drugs, no min
eral or otJier injurious compounds coramon
to remedies generally sold for this class of
disease. It is 80 erdc.tcious that Physicians
rery generally use it in their practice in
all chronio and ' macrons cases.
JESf Use no Cholera mixtures or doubt
ful compositions, (many of which under
mine and ruin tb; conslitution.) when you
can obtain an unfailing remedy as simple
and safe as Blackberries themselves.
Ask for Dixos's Klackberut Carmina
tive, and see that the proprietor's name is'
written on the outside wrapper of each bot
tle. Prepared only by
Sol Proprittor, CINCINNATI.
For sale by all respeotafcle druggists.
Price 25c., EOc. and $1, per Bottle
R. MACREADT & CO., General teals
LIGHTNING CORN HUSKEft.
Patented. Uusks 200 BnshcH per dny
Wriirhs l1 nnnrcii. Chean. Efficient and Du
rable. Every Farmer burs one. Pitofits
I.arok. Aeenti make from 83 to 90 per day.
Hoinplcs sent by mail for 50 eft- Fend for Cir
cular. 0. T. VAX iSlCKLKS. 2SI West Gth st,
Cincinnati, u. lepi. tu. am
31!e-tn the conntrr, oi E.4P. It. It.
Board, Tuition, Washing, Puol, Lights per
J weeks, WU.
n. A. CECIL & BROS.,
Cecilian P. O.. Hardin Co., Ky.
ng. 15 2m
AND FEMALE SEMINARY.
fTHE NEXT SCHOLASTIC YEAR OF
i THESE Inrtitntions will open SEPTEM
EER FOURTH with full corps of Instructors.
For Catalogues, containing course of study,
terms. Ac., address Prof. D. THOMAS or Prof.
J. J. Kl UKhK. ueorgetown, Ky.
aug 15. 4w.
f UM AND MOKPUINE EATIX G
ID A sure and warranted cure for above
I habit, br one who used them for niie years.
I I An clfcctual and rainless cure can be
Umadc in asiioit time. References sent upon
arp'liation. For terms, address, with
stamp, MORT. HODGE,
HKI.T'f New nil Improved I'ntont
KIIKin iKO KOOFIKU, Fire. Wa
ter and Wind Proof. As an endorsement oi
this nii.fine bv parties using lU reference is di
rccted to the U. S. Government Quarters, at
Fort Russell. Wyoming Territory, andj Alaba
ma and Chattanooga R- R.. and Foster A
Chapman. Chnttanooci, Tcnn., alto Mcrrell A
Mcliill, t'amilen. Ark.
W. S. BELT. "I i 62 E. 3d St.. Cin'ti. 0.
John 1. Daw,
T. li. PiTOii.
Jkc. P. BalcGo.
JIAXUFA CTOHES AGE SIS,
GS Sol'TII CtU.I.KUK ST., SEAK I'.ItOAD
X' .'( , Tcnnc.
l'rr:Mi ami StutSonnry Nc-jsi I"n.
i-,i. KTl-.ior V-rllc:i NCcnni
ii-u.iio. -J t(i Jforsr l'Hfr,
L.tiio .V Itmllrv ('irrnliir Sw
.ttiliv, Mill ;onrins. Mill
I armsl iniis, l.nrrU.i
TL'RRINE WATKR WHEtLS.
iMim MM WORKS
- rLAMXG.Sl'lXtJl.SA I AT1I MACIMN
and every variety ot
woo:) wor.Kixi; machixf.ry.
1"1 us and c!::iiaTes fumirh-J, an J personal
nttciitii n aiven to tae erection of m.whinery if
dcpircd. tiEKAT Rbuuction ix .Pkices. Bund
for Price List and Dcscrii-Uvt CirculnM.
ptiMMied-foniaitiing tlie latest
of the- niost cmincat citizens ol
. ing the nm-Btity Tor a scries ot
1 tirely vnsedlonal, vmpmtitan, and
' mlr llio ! 'forte . of history and
plctc scries of School and Collegr-
, , , . ,
are aua eaucaiors namcu ixkjw,
Military Institute. A scries of books whkb
Mu ,i r known and ac-
felicity of arrangement and simpk
attractiTO to the young, and which will De
it science, as something to mnlto pupils wwrt
for mental drill, as well as for btinesacdiica-
University of Virginia. It Is tnoi;j;h to wy ot
and truthful, as well as pure nrni pract ttil in
Duntosilnn Writing-Books, etc., etc.
It tells whiit tcaclicrs tninK ot tne nooks, una
155 and 157 Crosby Street, Sew York.
to the Rev. CD. ELLIOTT, our General Agent
L. RUFFNER, JR.,
For the PnrcltMie and of
Floar, Wheat, Corn, Oats nnd Went em
REFER TO Rhea. Smith 4 Co.. Hart Ajle
icy, ua v. o. ruuucr, iiaeuviiio, xouui ,
ET-msville National Bank, and Merchants
j u i 1 1 : i i .rn..u .it. ' i .
of Evanoville. Ind.
N. B. Shipment made from ETansrille to
Nashville and points South via E.. H. and N.
Railroad. Correeoondenea invited.
. OF MAURY COUNTY, TENN,
TICKETS S2.0Q EACH.
The whole Distribution will embrace tlic
Iu choice Lands, Kcal Estate and Ter
The Urn wins; will take place on tbe
17tb dnjr of October, 1871.
L1ST OF PRIZES.
I I Sfng-nlfleent Fnrm..823,000 00
x iiineuwuunK iionae
aid Lot, cor. Ulade and
Nprlna; Stn 13,000 00
a nouiiv b mii on souin
Main St. 5,230 00
41 House dc JLot on South
Main St 3,000 Oo
o a nasinras nonae on
Boutb Main St 7,500 00
o a Business itouse on
Publie Hon are 8.2RO.OO
Next 34 prizes Building Lots ?256 each 8,700 00
next u prizes - - tsnu eacn ,2.tu 00
Next 12 prizes " " taaeacii 6,7-tOOO
71 Elegant Rosewood Piano 800 00
o l ine Uueey (Jenny Lind turu
over) ... . 600 00
91 Democrat Wagon 390 00
101 Kent's Fine Gold Watch 3u0 00
11 to lolncluslve, oKlegautTeaSelW,
io,00 each 300 00
Next 200 prizes lu books valued at S3
each.. 600 00
Next 20 prizes In Paintings, valued
atJIOeach 200 00
2351 Silver Toa He 1 1 150 00
2 1 UenU Fine Gold Wftlch..... 133 00
Next 10 prizes, 10 Elegant Cab tors (12
each 120 00
Next 4 prizes, 4 Helta of Gold Baud
China 120 00
2511 Elegant China Dinner Sett luO 00
Next 4 prizes, 4 Fruit Stands, 25 each 100 00
Next 25 prizes 25 Silver goblets it each 100 00
u 6 prizes 6 Silver Cake Baskets,
115 each , 90 00
8 prizes 8 butter dishes 12eacn 96 00
4 prizes 4 Silver Pitchers M each 80 00
" i prizes 4 Silver Berry Dishes,
20eaoh SO 00
" 4 prizes 4 Setts White China 80 1 0
3071 Hatin flnhdi Water Sett 75 00
Next two prizes 2 Silver Waiters 5
and " each 75 00
310-1 Wheeler A Wiisou Sewing
Macnine 75 00
8111 F Inkle & Lyon Sewing Machine.....-..........
.. 75 00
312 1 Elegant Boquol Castor . 60 00
813-1 Ladies' Fine Gold Watch 60 00
314- 1 EiegantBett Ruby Jewelry 67 00
315 1 Silver Wine Sett ...... 50 00
Next 12 prizes 12 Silver Soup ladles. 60 00
328 1 fine English Saddle aud bridle 45 00
329 I ndies' Saddle and Bridle 41 00
8301 Elegant Memphis Full Rig
Saddle and Bridle 40 00
3311 Elegant Memphis F'ull Rig
Saddle aud Bridle . 36 00
100 pliotograpli Albums,.. . 500 00
300 Gold Peus aud Holders, ... 500 00
100 Glass Setts 200 00
50 Bohemian U'a.ss Toilet Setts 150 00
25 Elesant Music Boxes, 125 00
8 Family Bibles, 40 00
10 Double-barrel Miol Uuun, . 150 00
10 Double-barrel Shot Guns, 250 00
10 Single-Barrel Shot Guns, 100 00
1 Double-barrel Greener Gun,. 100 00
100 Elegant China Vases .. 400 00
10 Smitii & Wesson Pisiols, 150 00
6 Four Inch Revolvers, 75 00
20 Elegant Watches, . 500 00
10 Elegant Ibilet Set ts, 100 00
8 Guitars, .. . 75 00
3 Guilars 120 00
10 Elegant leucb Clocks 1U0 00
6 Setts Ivory liauille Knires and
Silver oi ks, mi w
6 Setts Ivory Haudle Knives and
Silver Jt orns 00
2 Setts Elegant Gold Band China,... 60 00
Two Thousand l'nzes valued at 82.
each, 4000 00
3000 Gifts in all..
The grand prize at the head of the list Is a
part- oi the Farm formerly owned by Col. G.
W. Polk, situated on the Mu Pleasant Pike.
Wst of Columbia. It contains 150 acres a ud
has a fine residence with all out-buildings
complete and well Improved.
we can particular aiienuon 10 uie lunuw
ing: 1st. We nronose to conduct this enter
prise In a strictly honorable way.
2d. No Dersous will be admitted to Ihe
drawing but those who bold shares; the
Committee u superintend me a rawing
must be selected by the shareholders. Tbe
Managers will taxe no pari in me arawing
but merely lurnish the necessary appliances.
- sli. nenson connected with the man
agement will be allowed to hold a share un
der any circumstances.
4lh. Absolute titles to the various pieces
of real estate will be made by the Managers,
thus avoiding the usual trouble experienced
In oi ber Distribution.
5Lh. We will satisiy me public mai inis
Distribution will bo conducted in uch a
manner as to sustain Um confidence of eve
ry shareholder iu I be management.
The Drawing will be made at Atheus.
Ala., at which place, for tickets and Infor
mation in regard thereto, add res
iiuuvea: Aim j. 1. 1
n.-- Sncclal Train will be chartered to
run from Nashville to Athens, Ala., that all
Ticket. Holders may attend tlie Drawing,
tree of chat go.
MANNER OF DRAWINU.
There will be two Glass WheeK One wheel
will contain 45,(0) numbers plainly printed,
be ine duplicates of the tickets sold. The oth
er will contain iVHX) priies. One number will
be drawn from the first wheel, and the first
nriio drawn trora me seconu wnt-ci win ov iao
gilt ot the nunibur first drawn, and so on
all the priies are drawn, whether the C
Prize or one t smaller vaiue.
g B'AII monies arising irom me ?3io .1 aicr-
ets will be dcpositeu in lie b.ini 01 loiumuia
and First National liaux 01 voiumDia.
H .n. V. B. ILSON, l-oluuitn, leuu.
Col, A. M. LOO.N'EY, Columbia. Tcnn.
W J. DALE, r.fo., c-olumoia, ienn.
A. S. KOHSLEl, Colombia, Tenn.
LIPSCOMB BROS., Columbia,-ltDa.
W. J. ANDKES, tsqH oion-.ii,
KUHv HJKFi, Columbia, ie;in.
WILL'S JOb, columo-.i. leun..
Dr. T. 2. RAIN'S, Columbia, Tenn.
J.VES A&DKEWS CU., Columlua. Trnn.
Col. THCS. W. KEESEE, C.lumbia. Teun.
JOHN P. KcOA W, Mayor of Columbia.
MARTIN A FiCh.AKi, coiumma, lenn.
MHN FKIEKSO.N.rres ilU l.st .at. tianU.
ITin. W. V. TKOJJl'SOS, Columbia. Teen.
W. P. INGRAM. Pres'iit. Hunk ot Columbia.
Hon. W. C. HlTiUOKNr., tji '.iimbia, le. r.
Mb). W.K. UICHAKDSOS, feeima, Ala. 1
JvHiN il. I.ARKIN A CO., Columbn, Teun. 1
Hot. LUiEPRYOR, Athens, Ala.
A Liberal Discount Givea To Astute.
W. F. MOORE,
Sucecisor to WALKER AKI5, is bow re
ceiving and opening bis Fall and Wlmlt Stock
of Staple and Faney Goods, cobsIiUdc ia prt
Choioo Dress Qoodi.
A Fall Line of Staples
Bleached & Brown Cottons.
Jeans and Linseys.
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
GENTS1 AND BOYS'
Boots and Shoes
Ladies', Misses' and Children
Gents and Boys' Hats
All of which will he sold at the
very closest figures for CASH.
S. II. BUNCH and A. W.
akiin will be pleased to wait
upon their old friends and custo
mers and will ofier them induce
m nts equal to any house in Co
lumbia. Our motto is QUICK
SALES AND SMALL -PRO
We would respectfully announce that we hare
just opend a very". large and complete assort
SHELF ASD 1IEAVT
Confuting in part of
Amerlrnn naid Enjrliata
Table O lit lory,
Vosfcnbolm, Wade and Dnlrlipr, aud
elher celebrated brands of
Pocket Knives, Guns, Pistols
AND SPORTING MATERIALS,
-nroutcrV and Blaellnml(hn, Tools,
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, NAILS,
BUTTS, SCREWS, &c&c.
AXKS, HATCHETS, BROAD AXliS,
CROSS CUT AXD MILL SAW'S,
HORSE and MULE SHOES, '
And in fact every thing pertaining to the Gen
eral Hardware Business, which we intend fell
ing at tbe very lowest poMible rates
Call nd examine our stock and price, and
we feci confident that you will Bnd it to your
ntcrest to favor ut with your pa'ronage.
Toars Very Traly,
S. P. SOKTOX CO.
Columbia, Tenn., Eept.lil.-m67
I.'--. If" ,
TJISTDERT K EE;
Hortn-at Side Public Square,
Columbia, . Tenn
- Respectfully aolIdU a part of the publie pa
trOnage, bellerinfr tbat be ia prepared to suit
the taaU of the faefidiooa ia any article or atrl
of FurnHura, and aatiatetotHy meet the wct
of the public aa an Undertaker.
. Hot. IS, 1870-
' - ' AMD " ' ;
A D. EMERSON,
Rntn.;n. noi;tTT nf Kfnol Ton a
uurlwi "w"" "V v
"Wall 3?aper, &c.
Goods sold in job lota at Nash
ville Wholesale Prices.
COLUMBIA - - - TENNESSEE
FIRE INSURANCE COQPANY,
Xo. 41 North College street, .
NASHVILLE. - - - - - TENN.
Job. W. Allix.
A. O. Adams,
D. F. Caitie.
W. M. Coosa,
R. B. Cbrathim.
illt. J. POBTKB.
JOHK W. TBBBAS9.
C. A. R. Thomfsos,
V. VI IAT1B,
. K- UBirru,
J. W. HanDBBgnoTT.
mHT5? COMPANY CONDUCTS ITS BUSI-
1 ami In the most liberal commercial anirit.
fixing the rates at a fair compensation for the 1
hasards assumed, and expects to fill the meas
ure of its asefuinesa, reaping a just reward for
semoes well pertormen.
! Job. T. Allik, President.
II. 1- CtliBOKRB, becretary.
JOSH. O. BAILEY & CO., Asfts,
May26-ly Columbia, Tenn.
POSTED 0LiA.lVr I
In consequence of exHtins; circumstances, wo
the undersigned, deem it necessary to hereby
notify all persons from bunting with guna or
dog-ft, or in any other war trespassing on our
lands on Little Biror creek, 8th civil district,
Maary county, Tennessee. AU persons thas
trespassing will bo dealt with to tne full extea
of the law.
Jan. W. Matthews,
Vf. M. Sullivan,
E. O. Wright,
J. F. Rankin,
C. B. Tate. . .
John W. Neellcy,
Jaa. B. Hanna,
E. M. Estea,
TTATIJfQ REBUILT THE MILLS KXOWN
II as tbe Ash ton Mills an Rutherford creek,
we are prepared to make Mour both in quanti
ty and onalitv nroaaaed by no mills in the
State. The patronage of our old patron wi't
be thankfully received and promptly attended to.
The highest market price will be paid for
all wheat delivered at nails. -.
MRS. J. n. A8UT0N4C0.
March 17, 1871-ly. . - :
JJRY GOODS, -
Groceries and Clothlxg.
J. A. ENGLE,
navies: removed his stock of Goods from the
NEW STORE HOUSE
At the Junction of the Pulaski and Campbelle-
Ttile Pike, in south colambta,
Will keep a general stock of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
And Provisions, which will be sold cheap for
ASH OB B ASTER.
I most respectfully ask tho public to giro m
avvAll Uoods delivered to any part or tne
City. FBBB OF CHABGB.
I alto have the Dans Sewing Machine, one
of the best made. wuiyzi.
THE i BATTLE HOUSE
GEN'L JOEL A. BATTLE,
Ute of the City Hotel,
Tj AS TAKES THE HOTEL LATELY
XX known as the
ON CHURCH STREET. - .
He is thoroughly overhauling- tbe entire cs-
tablishment. He baa the entire ownership and I
minammminftha Hotel, and hence feels more I
at liberty to call upon bis old Iriende, and prom
ise them that they sbau oo well caroa tor.
Tbe bouse is most convenicnuy aituatea to
11 tbe Depots, to tlie Capitol, and to the busi
ness portion of the city. I eoiw
St. Louis. Memphis, Nashville
Great Central, Through Line.
TRAINS RCS TO AXD FROM KASHVILLE
A as follows :
tAvB. Chattanooga Train, aibitb
8.S0 a. m. : Sunday Excepted. 1.20 p. m.
9.00 p. m. '. Dafly. 3.40 a. m.
lea vs. WlAihi4 XralaM. . arbitx.
4.00 a.m. Daily. o.Wa. m
S.SOp. m. Sunday excepted. s4q. p. m
l ime m nempnis, nyt nuurs.-
Ls 4 vs. fft. sLalis Irains. 4
4.00 a.m. Daily. 5.00 a.m.
11.00 m Sunday excepted. 3.40 p. m.l
rime to St. Louis, l'J bonra.
lcavc ptliIbyTllie intia. arrive
3.80 p. tn. . Sunday excepted. 9.40 a. m
This Route 13 78 Miles Shorter to
Memphis than via Decatur.
It is the Oul v Route Running Cars
Through to Memphis and
Columbus, Ky., With
Time to St. Louis, 19 J Hours, 4
Hours Quicker than by
Any Other Route.
The inn. Train runs through to llemDhia
daily, without change of cars, arriving there at
3.45 p. m. game day, 3 bonra quicker than by ri
val lines, and making connections for bt Louis
and all points West and North west. Tbe 3.C0
p. m. train makes close connections for Mcm-
r. . . m -.. , .
puis, jacsatm, leimwuw, jirtwn, mirsissippi,
Vicksburg, New Orleans and Ualvestan. Pas
sengers bave the choice of routes via Memphis
or Jackson, Tennessee, tn all principal points in
tlie Southwest. Tbe 13 m. train connects; at
Union City for SI Louis, Chicago, San Francisco
and the Northwest Tbe 9 AO a. m. and 6.4i p.
m. trains connect at ChatUnooga for Rome. At
lanta, and all tbe principal Southern cities.
Passengers lor It HMfiingrrtoni . 11J
ItnJtlr.'orf, Philadelphia. .'Vcw
York finl Itoffon, as welt as all points
in Last Tcam'we and Virginia, make direct
connection through by taking the 6.4S p. m.
train oat of Nbrii!."
THIS 13 TIIE SHORT F.OUTK EAST,
And the only direct route to the South and
Southwest. ra.srngent lor McMinnville and
Manchester, Winchester and Alabama or Jaspei
Drancb Ri!r.1(. wiil take the 9.50 a. m. train
rSLEBflNO CARS accompany the 3.S0
m and 0.45 p m trains.
For Through Tickets and further information
apply at City Transfer umee, ataxweti tiou-e
and at Chattanooga Depot, Church Street.
J. W. lllUMAM, tieneral snp t.
W. L. DAN LEY, Genl P. and T. Agei.L
OOOD STOCK- - ' "
Xl. , f ARAI. POB SALE.
I wish to sell my farm lying on tho north side
of Dock Hirer, foot m ilea below Columbia,
containing 415 aerea. It ia ono of the bent
atoek farm in Maury county r hae ire or $ix
constant ranung springs .and sereral. good
ponds apon it; has three improrementa upon
it, one rery good one eoweisting ef one single
story frame dwelling of 8 rooms and ball neat
ly iniabed and ia good tepalrgood eat hensex,
barns, Ac. about fire hundred bearing fruit
trees, beet rarieties. The farm ean be rery
onveaiently diridad Into three farms, pitting
about 300 aerea with the best improvements,
and about 100 acres with each one of the others.
I wiil either sell it all together or separately
to suit purchasers, and I will sell it on i or 5
yeara time, except about one-fourth of the
amount ef the whole parehaso. Jor further
formation address the undersigned at Nash
Tille,orealloo W, J. ZeUneron the place who
will show the place to any one wishing to pur
chase. If the place is not sold by the lit of
Norember the same wiU be rented for the year
"2- , 1., i;-ei. :...?.. U.ZSUSlOr
. Bep. 1.4C.
NOTICE. . ..,
i - ' if;.:...-: : :
All persona baring claims against the coun
ty which they wish to hare allowed at the Oc
tober term of tho eoanty court, will present
tho same to tho finance committee, ot tho coun
ty court room, on Friday morning preceding
the first Monday of October. .Ne claim will
bo allowed at that term which has not been first
examined and approved by the committee, and
the committee will hear no claims except on
uu aoore oay. v a v iu m cua w .
A. T. GRAY,
" - H. B. D AIM WOOD.
Sep. 1. - - Committee.
JAND SALE. ; ,
The lands belonvtnv to tha nif,l nf P J.
Akin, deo'd, will be sold by his heirs at law to
the highest bidder on the premises on the 10th
of October, 1ST!. Said tract of land contains
about seven hundred and fifty aerea. lying
within fire miles of Columbia, between the wa
ters of Huther lord and Bear creeks. Not less
than three - hundred aerea of said land
will bo told with the family residence, subject
to the widows dower. The remsinder of said
land will bo sold in tracts to suit purchasers,
and three of said tracts will have upon them
good comfortable residences. Tbe soil is rich
and productive, well watered, with aa abun
dance of timber. The home tract has upon it
a splendid brick residence, with other improve
ments to correspond, and is one ei the most
desirable places in the county. Said land will
be sold for one-third of tho purchase .money
cash, the balance payable in one and two years,
with interest from day of sale, and alien re
tained with bond and good security far the
purchase money. A plat of said land will be
luruisaea apoa oay ot sale. :
- Bep. 1.
James R. ITamm. idm'r at el v Jnm.i f!
I Hill, et el. Petition to sell land.
In the abore cause it appearing tome from
complainant s petition that the defendant.
James C. Hill, Juelvina Kamsey, and her hus
band, Kamsey, the children of Selina
Tombs, whose names are unknown, William
and Q. Hill are non-residents of tbe State of
lennessee, so tnat tne ordinary process of law
cannot be served noon them, that James C.
Hill resides in the 6ute of Arkansas, Melvina
Kamsey and her husband, Kamsey reside
in me state ot Aiaoama, the children of celi
na Tombs reside in the cHate of Texas, and
William G. liill resides in the State of Mis
sissippi, It is therefore ordered by me that
said non-resident defendants anoear before the
Justices of the Worshipful County Court of
Maury eoanty, at a eourty eourt to be held for
said county at tho court house in tbe town of
UHumbia, Maury county, Mate of lennessee.
on we iirst monuaj in wewjuer nexi, ana men
and there answer, plead to or demur to com
plainant's petitian, or the same will be taken
for confessed a to them, and set for hearing
ex pane. juu.h jn. iut;iki&x, lert.
P. UoRDOK, Att'y for petitioners- auglS.
DE. H. FOLZ,
INDIAN DO CTOll,
Of 65 Monroe ftrcct, Memphis, Tcnn., propos
es to Cure "FKEK t'F CIIaKUK," it brought
10 me, h
TIIE WORST CASE OF CANCER
In this or adjoining counties. I can bo found at
my residence, (the brick building on South
Main Street, belonging to Wm. R. Uodge.)
Lalso treat and guarantee to cure
Piles, Fistula,: Diseases of eth
EYE AND EAR,
Female Diseases in all their forms.
White Swelling. Dropsy . aUChrtnin or Pri
vate Diseases. Consultation free. Office hours
from 8 a. M. to 4 r. a. VV'iir visit Patients du
rin the other hours, if requested.
Ladies consulted at their residence free of
charge, by leaving word at my omce.
I use ne instrument or Mercurial Medicine
in any form. My treatment consults solely in
herbs and roots, prepared by myself.
"Owing to the increase in number of pa
tients, a nave concluded to remain during the
KOSENTLUL & BRO.
Are now receiving their Fall Stock of
Staple and Fancy Gcods,
i Consisting of
Gent's Ladies' and Misses' SHOES,
RLAXKETS, SILYWLS, HATS,
CAPS AXD FURS.
Our S lock tf
. JIEVH AX1 BOY'S WEAK
Is the largest and m'wt attractive ever brought
te Columbia. Wears daily receiving all the
Uoods in our line ef trade, and offering them
at prices to please.
. . . ; '
EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH.
f hv .eenred the services of Mr. HEX-
BY CdOATE as Salefman. and he will be ban
dy to wait on all who may give turn a call.
ri REAT INDUCEMENTS
Urt tlttLI tU lllfc LAUlt.l
OF COLCMICA AXD MAURY
COUNTY, AXD THEIR
Thankful for the very liberal patronise of
the past, and being desirous to retain the same.
lUf T Q TLT P Ti T T T K
ILL Xb Q. J-'A- AbiU Ai X JU XI
has just returned from tbe Kastertt Markets,
from whieh was selected n very choice and at
tractive stock cf goods, cons'sting of '
Ladies' Hats and Uonriets. of all
the new makes, both French
and American, suitable
for the Fall & Winter
Jcw Dress Goods, a great . variety. Mich
SILKS," ! - . . ; : ... ..- -i ' ' .
JAPANESE SILKS, ;
, i IRISH TOPLIXS,
rLAIDS,. sliiptd id lain, ;
! RESS POPLIN'!, all tliMp.
FORS FUJI LADIES' fc MISSES
at sveh price that ail can buy.
LADIES' ASD MISSES BOOTS 4 SHOES
Direct from the factories, new style?, and cheap
ALSO A LARGE LOT OF TOYS t PRES
ENTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.:
AU of the above Goods wcro purchased lut
CASH AT REDUCED PRICES, and will be
sold at the SMALLEST PROFITS FOR CASU.
B) sure to call and tee us, as we will try and
please you. It is no trouble to show our good.
Recollect the place. . JI. Rl'TTLE.
South sido West Market St.,
Sept. 15--3m. ., Columbia, Tcnn.
P. S. Oil Bonnets nnd II aU shaped and
trimmed to look like new.
I wifh to sell privately, tbe following lots of
land, at Iurk Kiver Station. 2 mile from Co
lumbia, ty the smoothest pike that lrad from
No. I. Contains 20 acre?, im-iinling nivdtfell-
imr. tbe Station bow, Set., fronts on
both pike and railroad.
No. 2. Eat of tho former, contains 18
acres, reach:' from tho river to the railroad,
and touch' the pike at the bridge.
o. J. r..!.-i of lHt. runs from month of
Rutherlur-i te railroad; cdutains S4
No. 4. ha.t .r f -c Irft. enntnin lfTiM sen..
bounded on i t by Rutherford's creek,
and on the w- ft i.y rpilnui'l. . .
No. 5. Lie t Ihs rsilrmd. nnd nnn.-.If
tbe former trur! . and con tains M acres. .
AUtheMitm i-.-irc: t tbe Inst, nave timhrr
and small d c li it-r-- Tbo clcsred lands are
all fresh, a- J . i.ut suipansed in fertility by
any lands in T-r!. ,te. The whole trart ha
113 acres, 'liir j-tire laeres In cultivation.
It is 2 m:Ie f..i n 'olumtii,42 from Nash
ville. The !if.-ii honsc bvloncs to the nlnmt.
The Accomt,-iioii Train vrrrc to Narhville
every moruiuK and rclarns in the evening.
All eonvenien-r considered, I think it the
m wt d'Mrabh firer in the eonnly.
IsIpo offer for al, ,!(e-rnf bind adj.jji
ingiiaj. Ilollin lio-d' !. !.". .i r? f-i.-ri ( ulum
bia. Price tl.i.
6ep.L - : : AW.
piRST NATIONAL BANK
OF COLUMBIA, TEXX.
: T. W: K EES EE. I J. M. TOWLER,
K. B. MOOKE, I M. H. FRIEKSOX,
Receives Deposits, deals in Foreign and Domes
tic Eicbanife. Gold. Silver and Uovemmen
Collections made and remitted for on day of
parment at current rates of exchange.
; lleyenuo stamps for sole.
". JOHN FRIERS0N, Pres!.
JAMES B. CHILDRESS, Cash'r. .
March 24, 1371.
' A select School for
Redaction la Price! Term for
Board with Furnished Rooms, Washing, Iron-
iu, iutmcui.il ins ana xuition throughout
the Literary Department, including Ancient
mio with use of Instrument .... $25 0
Drawing, Tri-Weekly Lessons 10 0
Drawing, Daily T.bmah. J5 (ft
V ocai iUusic in viases..
dollars alwava reonirMl in ..1.,.
remainder of all charges at the close of twenty
weeks. Prompt payment must be made or
negotiable notice givea bearing interest from
Funis will be received at anr time lnr!n
the Annaal term, and charged from date of
entrance to the close of the ten!month session,
unless special arrangements are made to the
contrary, and deduction will bo made for ab
sence except in eases of severe and protracted
Prlucip.nl, . Mr. M. II. White-sides.
Teacher of Mathematics and Ancient Lan
guages Mas, M. M. Uokoos.
Teachers in Literary Departments.
3bs. M. li. Whitkstdes, Mas. M. M. Gobdos,
8. M. UBAIT, MISS BLANCHE 1 AJUCKB.
Teacher of Mnsie to be supplied.
Teacher of Drawing, Painting and other Or
namental Branches. Mis. hi:i Ukaxt.
Teachers all of Southern birth and education.
As many comoetcnt assistant tearhera will be
employed as the number of pupils may render
SESSIONS, VACATIONS, 4c.
The Fall Session "will open on the First
Mondav m September. 1871- The distinguish
ed reputation of the teachers, and tho superior
advantages of the institution are facts too
well established to require additional com
The College is located on a large and fertile
farm. The abundant crops now on hand ena
ble tho Drtmrietor to offer rare inducements to
all to who desire to educate their daughters at
at a borne intitutun which affords superior
facilities for Physical Intellectual andiloral
culture and excellent opportunities, for a com
plete tnelish education. Ancient and Modern
Languages, Art. Music, Ac, thorough.y taught
ah iu pupils Dccome memocrs 01 uio jamiiy
none boardinar elsewhere.
The College is situated in m remarkably
healthy portion of the country, three miles
South-east of IV oodburn, a village on the
Louisville and Nashville railroad, niidway
between Bowling Ureen and t ran k tin. Ky.
t or particulars or Catalogue, address.
W. F. WH1TESIDES. Pkor a
Woodburn, Warren Co., Ky.
ACKES OF LAND
On the l.t day of November next, I will sell
to the highest bidder the North half of tbe M.
H. Booker Farm, lying fn the tfth civil district
ot Maury county, about two miles west of
Pleasant Urove Depot, in two equal lots.
terms: une-tnird easn wnen possession is
given. The balance in one and two years
(count payments), with IU per cent, interest
lrom date ot sale, ana a lien retained until the
whale of the purchase money is paid. Mo sale
unless tbe land brings forty doll.irs or more per
acre. Sale to take place near the Academy,
at me usual nour. . mlli w. r uttu.
Sept. !;. td. by James Smisek.
Pu'askiCiiizen copy till day of sale and send
bill to tbis omce.
To Hunters and Trespassers.
WE HEREBY NOTIFY ALL PERSON'S
not to hunt or otherwise trespass on onr
land or premises. All persons thus trerassinir
wui dc prosecuiea 10 me extent oi tne law.
S II Timmons, JKF Timmon.i,
W H Tintnons, T J Timmons,
A J Timmons, W J tSedberry.
John Trott. Fel-21-ly
ri-'UE UXDERSIGXED DESIRE TO DIS
A. pose of their Steam Flourag Mills at Pleas
ant Urove, immediately on tne r ash vine and
Uecatnr Kailroad. the surrounding country
is one ot tne nnest wneat-growmg sections in
the State, and the best Southern markets are
in easy and speedy connection. The Mills will
bo sold for money, on time, or real estate.
Apply to DR. J. T. AK1X.
The undersiimed do hereby warn all cercons
not to hunt or otherwise trespass upon their
premises. All onenders will be prosecuted to
the extent of the law.
K. V. ALflXAS Dr. K, JR.,
T. 15. ALKXAiN Dfc.lt, -G.
A. J. ALEXANDER,
June 1. 1S71.
TTAVING DISSOLVED 'PARTXERSHIP
XI with Mr. Shirley, 1 would respectfully in
form my old customers and the public general
ly, that I bave moved my stock of Marble to
South Main street, near tbe Square, where I
will be nluued to see all who desire work in niv
line, and will furnish work
. ... . . .
AT LOUISVILLE TRICES.
Shall always keep a lot of Designs on band
that will enable ice to please tbe most fastidi
ous. All work done promptly, and warranted
to please. T. J. CANTERBURY.
WlUUiUbi, .III. -u, .9 J
1.:.. T- A 171 1
The estate cf John Riley, dee'd. hav in been
declared insolvent, all persons havinc debts or
demands airainst said estate, are hereby notifi
ed to present the tame within the time prescrib
ed by 1 iw. properly authenticated, or tne same
will be forever barred.
cpt. lo.-lw. J. M. EILMNGTOX.
Adm'r with Will annexed.
UDER OF PUBLICATION.
A. C. Ilii key. adm'r, rs. Heirs and Creditors
nf IhmnfS 1. thcairs. deed.
Tt nnoearina to ine from the comDlainant's
bill filed ia the above eaue, that II. A.Cheairs,
John Koog and wile .uanna. Aatnantel, Lw
ell John. Lcnjamiu and liarriet Cheairs are
defendants and non-residents of the State of
Tennessee, so that the ordinary proeessof law
cannot be served on them, it is therefore order
ed me that publication be made in tne Columbia
Herald, a newspaper published in tne town of
Columbia, .uaury county, lenn., tor tour suc
cessive weeks, the last of which shall be at
font nn week before the next term of the
Chancery Court to be held at the court house
in said town ot oiumnia. en tneetn Monday
in November, l&l. requiring the said defen
dants to then and tnere appear and Plead, an.
swer or demur to complainant's bill or the same
ill be taken for confessed as to I hem and set
for hearing ex parte.
Sept. i. tw. V. AS. IWtU, U. X 31.
Plato of Tcnne-we. Maury County. J. V.
Childress, vs. J.J. Wood.
in this cause it appearing to me tuat too de
fentlant, J. J. Wood, is a non-resident of this I
Stats, so that the ordinary process of law ean- I
not be served on him, it ia therefore ordered
bv me that publication be made in the Colum
bia Herald, si newspaper puolisbed in the town
of Columbia, lor lour consecutive weeks reqiu
rina the said J. J. Wood to appear at my office.
at Kedrnn. icnn., at y o clock, a.m.. 21. t day
of October, 1871. to answer said suit, or the
same will be taken lor cimrcscd, and stt for
bearing ex parte.
Bcpt. CJ. tw. J. A.6A.M)l.Ili.J.P.
OF REAL ESTATE.
Bv virtue of adecreeof tha Chancery Cnnrt.it
Columbia, Tcnn., at the June term thereof.
iN.i.inuie cajen jonu f. rcrry, v. Martha
V. l'crrr and ftbers. 1 will sell to thehivhp.
bidder at the eourt houte in Columbia, on .Mon-
day tbe loin day ot uetooer, 11,1, the foliow
ina described tracts of laud. A tract situated
in Giles eounty, oth civil district, contninin?
aooui lui aere. i irari oi ;iy acres lying in
tbe Sth civil district of .Maury county, knjwn
its tho "Zolltcoffer place." bounded noith h
G. W. C. Maxwell's lands, east by second trai-t
cf the Perry land?, south by the tjimion Per-
r tract oi i.inu. wesi oy mna or N. K. iioiii.
en. r.i. A iso tne sucona trart of fit,;., acres,
(subject to the widow's dower of aoont 47 acres)
bounded north by lands of B. T. Ilondrum,
east by Tout tioodrum's land, south by the
lands of John 8. Perry and west bv tha tract
or acres, ine same will bo sold on acrtxl-
it of one aad two years, (exeept&AMSlin cash).
free from the equity of redemption. Notes
with rood securities, bearing interest from date
of sale will be required of tbe purchaser or
purchasers, and a lien retained for payment of
tne puronase nionwy.
bept. la. td. i. 1J. LUOrEJl. V. A M.
OF REAL ESTATE.
Bv virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court
at Columbia. Tennestee. at the August (special
term) thereof, icii.in me cassoi r.. i. x.
W. Church and others, vs. A. 11. Hanna and J.
F. Gracy, I w ill sell to the highest bidder at the
eourt hoa?o. in tae town ot Columbia, on
Monday tho Oth dny of October. 1871, a tract of
land of about one hundred and sixty acres, sit
uated in tbe 8th civil district of Maury eoun
ty. on which the said Hanna resides, bounded
north by tie lands f Burkett, east by the
lands of James U.Thomas and SI. B. Pender,
dee'd. south by fe lands of said Pender'n es
tate and Jas. II. Thomas, and west by lands of
said Thomas and others, haid land will be sold
on a credit of one and two years, with interest
from date, free from the equity of redemption.
Notes with good eeurity required of the pur
Phaser, and alien retained lor the payment of
the purchase money.
cept,8.-td. D.B. COOPER, C.M.
NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. -
J.W. Akin.adm'r. fg. floors loinavof bU 1 I '
In the above cause, it appearing to me front .
complainant's petition, which is sworn to, that "
the defendant. Lixxto Willims, formerly Lis-'
iieKains. ia a non-resident of tho State of
Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of "-
cannot be served en her, and that her reeidews4 1
is unknown, it is therefore ordered by mots' "
publication be made in the Columbia Herald,
a newspaper published ia Columbia. Maary
county, Tenn., notifying said Lhnrie Williams
to appear before the Justices of tho Worshipful .- '
County Court of Maary eoanty, at a tensity" . ' i f
Court to be i held for said eoanty at tho oottrt
house in Columbia, on tho first Monday Ut
November next, and then and there plead, an
swer or demur to complainant's petition, or 1'
the same will be taken for confessed as to her. v
and set forbearing ex parte.
Sept.22.-tw. J. M. HICKEY. Clerk. ' -'
P. Qobdos, Att'y for Petitioner.
Pitser Miller, ys. James T. 8. Thompson. '
v It appearing to mo from complainant's bill,
sworn to, that James T. S. Thompson is a non
resident of the State of Tennessee, so that tho
ordinary process of law cannot be served apon
him, it is therfore ordered by mo that publica
tion be mad for four suceeaaiva week, in ika.
Colum bia Herald, a newspaper published in the
city of ColumbU, the last of which shall bo at
least ono wees, oeioro ine next sitting or tae '
Chancery Court, to be held at the court noaso :
in Columbia, on tho 4th Monday in Noveabot
next, requiring the said James T. 8. Thome ',
son then and there to plead, answer or demar '
to the said bill, or tho same will betaken for
confessed as to him, and set for hearing eg
parte. D. It. COOPKii, C. A M.
, Sept. 8. Iw.
CHANCERY SALE , , v ,-
OF REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of a decree of tho Chancery Ceart'
at the special term in August, liRX, ia the eaeo
of Tuoinas S. Spencer and others, vs. Wm J.
Armstrong and others, I will sell at the eonrt
house in Columbia, on the 3rd day ef October.
1S71, the tract of land belonging to the estate
of n illiam U. Arnutmni. dee'd. kiawa as the.
Arnell tract, containing about ono haadrod.
and thirty acres ; situated in Maary eoanty.
Tenn.. bounded on the north by tho land o7
Win. U. Armstrong, dee'd. on the east by tho
same and the land of A. J. Stanfill, oo tho
south by the land of Samuel D. Prierson, deo'd.
and on the west by tho land of Samael T.
Srown. The same will be sold upon a credit '
of six, twelve and eighteen months, with in
terest from date oi sale, except the lam ef
$300,00 in cash, and free lrom the eqaity of re-'
demption. The purchaser twill be required!!
execute notes with approved security, ana a
lien retained for the payment of theparenaeo
money. The tract if desired will bo divided'
in two or more parts to suit parr hasers.-
Sept. 23. td. D.B.CWPlkK.C.M. -
O? REAL ESTATX -
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court at
Columbia, Tenn.. at the November term there
of, lVii, in the ease of A. J. A t. A. btaaflll.
vs. B. Warfield and J. A. Kinser, I will sell to
the highest bidder at the court house in Colum
bia, en Monday the 23rd day of October. 1471. '
a tract of land situated in the 16th eivsl dis
trict of Maury county, on the "Dry orb
of Cathey's creek, (being tho same on which
said Warfield now resides), containing about .
347 acres, and bounded as follows: north by
the lands of T. A. Brooks, east by tieorgo UaiiO '
and others, south by J. L- Isom and others,
west by parties unknown. Said tract of land
will be sold on a credit of twelve months, freo '
from the equity of redemption. Koto will bo
required of the purchaser, with good aoeo---rity,
bearing interest from the day of sale, and.
a lien retained for payment of purchase money.
Sept. ii td. D.D.COOP&&.UA-M- ; .'
HASTCERY SALE ' rv
; Ot RSALESTATB. :
By virtae of a decree of the Chaneery Court '
at Columbia, Tenn, at the June form thereof, .
1H71, in the case of C. C. Bradshaw, adm'r, ve '
The heirs and creditor of Hugh Bradshaw.
dee'd, I will sell to tbe highest bidder at tho
eourt house in said town, on Monday the 23rd '
day of October, ltftl, the Iraet of land known
aa the "Collier Hhop tract," situated in the 5th
civil district of Maury county, containing
about W) acres, and bounded as follows : on tho
east by the Shelbyvi lie road, on the sooth by
the lands of J. B. Bostick and others, on tho
west by lands belonging to the estate of W. J .
Bridges, dee'd, and on the north btho land
of W. M. Uullivan. Said sand will bo sold
credit of one and two years. Notes, with good
security, bearing interest from day of sale,
will be required of tho purchaser, and a lien
retained for the payment of the pa rebate mo
ney. D. B. COOPER, CAM.
Sept. 22,-td. .
. OP KAL ESTATB.
By virtne of a decree of the Chaster Oaavt -
at Columbia, Tenn.. at tbe Juno tern thereof,
171, in the ease of Wm. Galloway to tho use ol "
Wm. Lee, vs. Charles A. Douglass and wife, I
will sell to the highest bidder at the court aeaso
in Columbia, on the 23rd day ef October. leTl.
a house and lot of land situated ia said town,
being part of a tract conveyed to Wm. (sallo- '
way ty James M. White and wife, containing
four acres, and adjoining the lots of Mrs. frail,
Sam.l Cain and others, taid house and lot wiiL i
be sold free from the eauitv of redemntina. am
a credit of six and twelve months, except ono
nunurea ioiiars in easn to pay costs. Anton
with good security will be required of tho par
I chaser, bearing interest from dar of a&la. m.nd
alien retained for payment of purchase money.!
Sept. iZ. td.
. B. COOPER, C A M.
OF REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery Coart
at Columbia, Tenn., at tbe June term thereof; .
1871. in the ease of James 11. Wilkes, adm'r, vs.
Lemuel K. Payne. I will sell to the hinhaat hid.
der at the court home in Columbia, en hfoa .
day the Vth day of October. 1871. the andivi.
ded interest of L. R. Payne, consisting; ef
about four acres of Jane Payne's inter t in '
the "Peter Holland tract of hand." sitaaand in '
the 9th civ it district of Maary eoanty, nd
bounded a& fellows: north bv tha lia.li
Stephen Jordon, east by Mrs. Macaire, west by
n iiiiaia ran, anv wiio u, iiuey urty and
others. Said land will be sold on a eradil af
six months, free from the equity of sedema
tion- Note with with good security will be re
quired of tho purchaser, bearing interest front
date of sale, and a lien retained for tho fay
ment of the purchase money.
Sept. g.-td. D. B. COOPER. R 1 M.
OF KILVL ESTATE. 4
By virtue of a decree of the Chaneery Cour
at Columbia, Tenn.. at the August (special
term) thereof. 1871, in the case of 1 hoe- b. Left- i
wich, Ex'r and others, vs. The widow and heirs
of Thomas A. Leftwieh, dee'd I will sell t? tho
highest bidder at the eourt hoaxe in Calnaihia.
on Monday the ttta day ef October, 1871, .'
house and lot situated in the town of Colum
bia, opposite the Nelson House and '
bounded south by the lot of Dr. Towler, west .
by the lot of W. Tucker, north by Chureb.
street and east by NorJi Maia street. Tho
same wiU be sold on a credit of six. twelve.
eighteen and twenty-four months, fro from -tbe
equity of redemption. Notes with good se
curity will be required of the purchaser, bear- ''
ins interest from day of sale, aad a lias ,t.i.
ed for payment of purchase money.
Dept. a. to- u. g. cwjfjj.it. C. M-
OF REAL ESTATE..
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery Ceart
at Columbia, Tenn., at tho August UpaciaJV
term thereof, 1871, in the ease ol J. O. Cburrh, '
vs. James M. Harwell ami others. I will sail
the highest bidder at the eourt nouxe in tho
town of Columbia, on Monday tbe Msdayef ''
October, 1871. "The Church or Methodist Vol-
lege property," consisting of several lots ad
joining of aboat seven acres, with a Urge
brick building near the center of said K roan da.
formerly used as a female college. Too oaaat, !
will be sold on a credit of six. twelve, aiaht
and twenty-four months, freo from the canity ''
of redemtton. Notes with good rn 'UTityThoas '
ing interest from date of sale, will be rHuirea '
of the purchaser, and a lien retained for pay--
ment of the purchase money. . ,,
o . . ,o, u- COOPER, CAM.
Sept. 8, 1371. :
CHANCERY 8ALE w ; i '
. OF REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of a deerea i.t tha O,. r- .
of Columbia. Tenn- at tha.ni.i .u "
of. August. 1871. in the ease of Thompsoei
xleminr, adm'r Ac. vs. Tha heirs and etedi.
tWfAe,l.,1.ick .KaA I " sell to the
hiR-best bidder at tha Mmrl hm.i. 'i..v.Yl
on Monday thettth day of October. 1871. a tract
or land situated in the lath
M. ury county leun.. known as the Humphrey
traet.boundedas follows: on the east bythe
lands of J.. W. Page, north by tha lands ef
tieorge Raker, south and west by the lands of
land will be sold on a creditor six month
free from the equity of redemption. Note with
f4. v. r"i. Murun r. nrwin and otners. tairl
good security will be required of the puroaaaeip
and a l!en rutained for tna navmi,n r ,k
chase money. D. B. COOPlsR. C.iS.
bept- o.--tw. .
: i 'OF LAND. "w
By virtue of a dc cr nf v rhaaM-.a
at Columbia, at the Jano term thereof, 1JC1. Mk f i
UflMMArJlMM I II 11,
aid. I will sell to the highest bidder at tbe
court house in Columbia, en Monday the 9th of "
October, 171, a tract or parcel of land situated
in tbe l.th civil district of Maury county,
noonded bv tha Ihji.I. f J I William. .
J. W. Irvine, known aa tha "Snnthern nlaa.'
and containing fifty aores. Terms six. twetvo ,
and twenty-four months, with interest from .
date. Notes required of the purchaser with
good security and a lien retained for the pay.
ment of tho purchase mouev.
Sept. 8 tw. D. 11. COOPER. V.AM. '
OF REAL ESTATE. '
By virtue of a decree af tha fh.acan Taart
at Columbia. Tonn.. at the June term thereafl
J871. in the case of C. B- Tait. vs. N. W. Juoes.
et al. I will sell to tho highest bidder at lH
court house in the town of Newburg, Lewi ,
eounty, Tenn., en Monday, October '.h. 1171.
a tract of Ian i known as tbe "Jr'owlkes asill ,
place. Mtuated on Langforl's branca. In Lew.
u rounty. ailioinina tha lauda af lianraa Vin .
cent, Mrs. V. D. Go, drum and Mrs. Felix Wal
ker. Said land will be sold on a credit of six,
twelve, eighteen and twenty-four niuatha. free , ! !
lr- m the equity of redemption. Notes with
Eood se only whl be reowire-t of the parehasar,
earing interest from d-iy of kale, and Ilea -..
retained for the payment of the purchase mon
ey. I. B. COUPEK, C. M.
bept. 8. td '
OF RIjLVL estaie.
Tl. r - of tha Chancer Court
at Columbia. Tenn.. at t:.e June terra thereof,
1871, in the ease of Will am Trewett, etel.vs.
O. G. Bell, et el. I will sell to the highest bid
Hor at th eourt houe in Columbia, on Maw-
day tho "ih day of October, 171, a hoano ar,A
lot in the town of Columbia, 9th eivil dirfo
of Maury eounty, adjoining tho south wee
margin of the town of Colombia, end tho lota,
of Bennett or Trewett. A. MeMaaos and ether. "
being the same on which U. Bell now re-1 '
siden. snid house and lot will be sold oa m "
credit of twelve moutus, free from the equity"
of redemption. Note with good security will
be required of the pareha-ter. bearing interest'
from date of sale, aad a lien retained for tho"
payment of the purchase money.
tpt8.-td. D. B. COOPER, C. ft M.