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THE HERALD AND MAIL.
Friday Morning, July 13th, 1877.
It is said tlurt Anderson, Wvll nd
Ticnnor, tin infamous Returning
lVnrdol' IiOuiHiana, have ocn inilirt
ed In IxMininun for the forinff, nltwo
tlon miuI fnlslfylnfr f the election re
turn of that rSUUi-. This.!: right and
proper. If they are guilty of so ureal
a criuu a erinie whieh if not ren
dered odious and imioiblc to rejHt,
will dwtroy republican government In
America then let them be punished.
Why tjhonld they be. exempt from the
H-nalty of tho law? We reject to wo
Democratic ptipt-rs and statesmen,
vlllinj; to compound a felony, by let
ting ofT these miscreants. The Amer
ican cuter a lengthy protest against
the punishment of these innocents.
1tt them Ik- punished as they deserve.
Tho IVniK-ratic party cannot afford
to compound a felony, even to carry
out a corrupt bargain rlth a fraudu
There worn many sKt-elies made on
the 1th of July, 187", but the nuwt re
nmrkaLlc ons delivered were those
Hi, Wh h l.-t ock , by Kx-fJov. Chamber
lain, und James (J. Maine, of Maine.
Chamberlain's speech was a long and
able arraignment of Have' Southern
policy, churgiug him with bane treach
ery to the men that elected him, and
especially to Packard, who received a,
larger vote tlian Ilnyea. 11( wiw ex
ceedingly bitter and nevcre in hi. de
nunciation of Hayc, and ridiculed the
lattcr's retended oivil service reform,
charging him with apjointing the
mot trucculent partisans and unwor
thy men fo nftlce, as a reward for dir
ty work in securing his fraudulent pos
WMsion of the ofliee of President. Mr.
Blaine's speech was in denunciation of
the policy of annexing Southern terri
tory in general, and Mexico in partic
ular. He was in favor of Northern
annexation, because that would tend
to strengthen th Radical party. He
closed by warning tho North that
there was still an Irrepressible conflict
between the North and the South, and
did all he could to stir up strife be
tween the sections. Blaine's fears as
to Mexican annexation are not alto
gether fanciful. Mexico is destined to
become a part of the I'niou; the inter
ests of loth countries will bring it about
and besides, Mexico will furulsh an
aiyluni for t ho negroes.
that such a jUry is p..-,il,le. 1 o
ttiat we would sc.l!iU0 debt to
our ou ii views,
Oar State Debt.
JacUsorl Tribune and S ju.
The vav to get public sentiment
-with regard to the State debt, in a
healthy and common sense condition,
is to state plainly the fact, that the
creditors of the State have the same
right to le considered ami Vonsulted
that is claimed for the State,
and that all movements that would
leave our creditors out of the settle
ment, are repudiation square and sim
ple. We do not iK-lieve that the -o-ple
of Tennessee are ili-honest, we do
not U-Iifve that they will, alter ma
ture reflection, endorse a ''stand and
,"Miv-r" jioliey, and it would le hu-
i;,"yuj in the extreme to conceive
that mi' vill pay so
...n.-l. -in.1 iwunore. Hint WC Will BUl-
mit to no arbitration nor li-y;ll adjudi
cation. lut will insist on di tating our
rwu terms, is to place the State on the
M-'k record of repudiation, and de
Wnrc 'bat the js-ople of Tenncs.see are
lWlioiio.'- Confront t ho people with
this fact ' w' , J''Kcr lis
U n to tin- f.'ungs ..t irresiionsibl.j
drai lats,orprOU'sftnal demagogues,
or idle, braiiib-s,a .Icclanners, but
i hev will reason uls.ut it 6u t bey do
aibn'ut private obligati-fU", and Ih as
joalous to prwrvc tlicir pUbiJ as their
"(rivitU honor, llnwt vrr, iml(iii lan
guage and rhetoric may disguise it,
Vet tho doctrin" that the oplc of H
Slate can honorably dictate their own
terms in ti- settlement of a debt, is a
dishonest and disgraceful us if an In
dividual should say to his creditor, "I
owe ',,u M niuch, but I don't, intend
o iMiy vou icit half of it. and I am
)Minl-l.roO.', a'"1 J'"" tako .wI,t
I offer, or uoti'Jnf- " v M,1'nlt
i this sort of th nw 'Cf- ro.,o.:r ,
nesseean. who isfecms filtt j-ronw
honor take the matter home to bU
own heart, and ask himself if he
prepared and willing to fix a sligma
on his State, that lie would blush to
fiivc blistered on his own good name?
"Wht w want is an honest diseiweion
ofourt?tate difficulties, a dineusion
that will embrace Imth sides of the
question, anj that will re-ognizo the
fight ot thecrp-i'toroa-s well as the
mbarnis-sments ot 1'ie fcUt; This
mode of dealing with tin ouestlou con
alono pecuro a just and lKn',, aet
tiement of the State debt.
uin the jwrUpnUCt' or litgli
ien. Is there n'i?r.t In it? Is
justice iuit? let 'Very Ttu-
Experiment in Wheat Culture.
Cr. (). I). Biss, l, of Willow Banch,
fSil . cives tiie San l-'raiwisco M tlio
reuit! of his cxM'rinients in diminish
ing the quantity of wheat usually
"jwn per acre. Ho contends that
more v Iw'at '"JUi Ih- raisd from two
tu.im.ls i-r acre than by sowing KM)
.lu 150 jMiunds per acre.
In this coniMvtion the Prairie lur
3ner would state tha c.xeriinents in
ICngland have shown thai under their
JUiih cull i vat ion one peck of
'IrilU-! in. is hurtieient to reacii the
best n-sults. Jn relation tv. the experi
ments of Mr. Jiis-sell. the 'o says:
"On the th of las April he had one
hth of an acre carefulJy jiieasunsl
irthc presence of wilnesH, It was
Mlbtlivide'd into 'space aUail I'Jx.'t"
lliclic ;iart, and t ouiu's of need
wt-re pUldol, tlie grains counted and
ihe grotinJ spaced so as to take but
one seed in na.I) plai-e. It was then
irrigated and UiH;Mcd like Indian
Now for the re-nit. as tiatsV!i-f'd in
the latter p:;rl ol eptcnil-r. I lie
nuntber of heads p. r ool was from .
to lit well-lcvelopi-l hcaiU. I si nd
a sample stool, one of many from
Jliepjai, which oontaiin-d l:i" heads,
US of irhich were fully developed.
The liiuifiMT fgr4ins p r lw ad in litis
Mool was fc'l. Over ouo-half yielded
JOO pains acli.. Owing to an acci--3rijt,
.Mr. tus-. l IV.iU-d U u'ct the accu
rate weijilu or nicasiuci'iA.J.'t; I'uf,
makiui; all due allowance foi- tt
Ti-a-te-l, (he viv!! was ten bushels, or
At (lie r:il- ot sji bu.xlicls ht acre.
Now compare ihc-alrivc result ii(h
,in Mvcniic crop s-oi n broacast. I
:1Bj v. 'tired that I be aTaic iimioImt
fl1ac lH-r stMi in no aicraue field
f !v:M, sown broadcast, is not oer
Ave, tt forty grain- each. hivh would
not less tiiMi) .U; bushels jH-r acre,
if all the ,-s-cd n'1'! , What iK-comes
..f the stl Jn l he li. J I where the
littJ' plat rcw there were sown broad
cast, at alnitit t he s:ue t imc, n ai y,v.
ft as implied, as m as tin-other, aiui
Ikjirvest-sl at the s:iiiie time. It was
out in ''ooi -haiie. had Ihe M't of
f.-re, and al an i .-cn-c of .y;oo for
5hI alone. The i' Id was not over
J.nJiels mt acre, or -J.oon bushels
frr ibV e-o). Had these I'"! acres
Lvii Jai)K- llllliv:ll;,1f ,h"
4-iifhllioati .1C.T v:is, with hke le--iih.s.
ineoaiUy fo.- d would have
.' i.r. . iil'. )und, the
6i,.,. ol lb.- gram -vwiT,
i.i.i soon lni. bcl.-. Mr. liiss':
l I' i", . " - - . . . ' .r :
Amu- Hie that tie wi! plant thirlx-x
.r fuMv acres next spriiv.'. ning the
mcI i-iantcr and cultixat r instead t
:tbe bioatlcast sower. The fae.
-dvcil can be aiK'sle! if desired
Philadeiphh special to the Cincinnati' Kn
Lieading Republicans here do not
conceal their disgust at the order of
Hayes divorcing officeholders from
party pontics. Among the most out-
sixjken Ls W. H. Kemble, the fanni
''addition, division and silence" m:i
who is one of the Pennsylvania ring
KE.MBLK DISCOUHSIXt OX SC IU'RZ.
He siiys the order Ls ialpably insin
cere, and gives this revelation of the
inside workings of hi pjirty: " Some
time ago Mr. Schurz wrote" out a flue
speech, which he agreed to deliver for
&00 per week for us, and we took it in
Pennsylvania to the extent of SI, 500.
"We raised the money, and Tiartlv bv
contributions from Republicans of
means, but Mr. Sehurz didn't stop to
enquire who paid the money. Hayes
had everything at atuke in carrying
Ohio in October of last year. Had he
lost tliat State there would have hieen
a Tilden whirlwind in Novendier that
would have swept not only Ohio, but
Pennsylvania,, Wisconsin," Nevada,
Oregon and California.-
omo WAS RAVED
only by President Hayes and his
friends appealing to us for money to
put into the contest. Secretary Sher
man and Governor DcnnLson wrote
the most Importunate letters tons for
money. The State that gave us.n Civ
il Service President, a Cabinet officer
and any number of official practical
civil service so far a not to pay their
own money to the campaign, but they
called upon Pennsylvania to do it for
them. Secretary Sherman then np
jiealed to men whom he knew had
profited by the Government, received
money from them, and has since re
warded the parties by profitable contracts.
Market Price for Grain!
11.SUETT & CO.,
Jane 15, IS77.-0m.
Corn, per bu
Wheat, per bu
Choice, Jfew Orleans
Hyson Imperial ,
In barrels 200j25O
Baron Imperial ,
Tolet, per dozen
Huaving, per dozen....
Timothy and Herds Urasspr. ton 13 (A(a2U OU
Flour and Meal-
4CI.CX 1 115
40(. 1 25
Java oofl'ee per lh
laguayra per Vj
Kio per th
Rio roasted per n
A. Coffee sugar per t...
'. Yellow sugar per It..
Brlgl.t N.O. per lb
Cut Ioaf per tt
CruHlied per P)
Powdered per lb
t irauulaled per U
Miu keiel No 1 1 00-n.l .
Mackerel, No. 3
White per lb
Itlce per tt
Honey per lb
Kaislus per tt
Currants per B !
Canilttn per tb
H larch per
Bran pr cwt
Hhorts per cwt
Hoinlny per lb
Nails per lb
lu-vlrLiino a defro f ihe Honorable
Chancery Court X Cojumbia. t'ennessee.
rendered at the April term t-heregf Apr
17. 1K77-1U Ihe above styled canse, I will
proceed to sell at the pourt-hptme door u
UietownofColunll, to highest aiut
beat blddar.on th 8th day ol A"HUSt, lx7,
the following described hxmse and lot, sltn
ntedln the town of Columbia, on South
Main Htreet; and bounded aa follK lk
ginning at T. J Aiexan4r inwrner in said
street (formerly Oreen irabam" poruer);
rannlnK wcat m lib the south boundary
llil0fll Alexander Itll lect to a rock
mriierr,'UC8",ofli feet to a Imle In a
rWk-thenceVt2Wieelto ft rock corner;
thence south 7 teet uS roVlk tyrner; Jhenoe
est im (tutt lo a corner In lb Bur' U,,ui-"
nrtrUl 6'" fet to the beginning; it being
nam pnrchaaed by W, K. Kent fiom M.
Helm, the deed of whith la registered In the
Kraisler'Boincf of Maury county, iu Book
H Vol. 'J. Said house and lot win be sold
on tba lollowluK terms: One-Uth rssh,
the balanae In live. e.jul yearly instal
menu. The puraliHeor or purchasers will le
roiuirvd lo eecnie note With good and ap
proved security. Interest bearing from dme,
and a lien retained for the pay maul of the
J nly i:t. 1877.
H. B. EDMISTON'S
School for Boys I
Will begin its next session on MONDAY,
At'GUHT 20TH, 1S77. Thorough lnatmcUon
given in Languages, Mathematics and Nat
Terms for tuition aa follows, payable
Primary Classes, . . . S4 00
Intermediate Classes, ... 6 00
Advanced Classes, . ... 00
Reference ls made, by" perm istdon, to the
following gentlemen, who have been pa
Irons for the last two years: W. J. An
drews, W. 8. Fleming, A. M. Looney, T. IS,
Rains, J. M. Williams, w". B. Wilson.
Tli JT'nll Term
SEPTEMBER THE 3, 1877.
Circulars stating course of study, and oth
er particulars, will be sent on application
to Ivkv. OEO. BECKETT. Hector,
Julyl3-2m. Columbia, Tena.
Cornell & Buchnau,
&tr Special attention
and repair! mr, at Lamb
ON MONDAY, AUGUST 6TH, 1777,
I will proceed to sell for cash to the highest
bidder, at the court-house In the town of
Columbia, the following described property,
to satisfy corporation taxes for the town of
Coluinbio for 1876:
Old Alexander, 100 feet, Free street, J1210;
er SI !; clerk 1 00; constable f 1 fK
Dick Brown, colored, 60 feet, High street,
? 2.": printer 1 50; clerk $1 00; constable Jl 20.
R. f'. Bell, grocery house, SoOO: printer
Jl '; clerk Si 00; constable 51 20.
Geo. Cook, col, High street, refildence,850:
printer SI ,Y; clerk 61 00; constable SI 42.
J.T. 1 (a vim, Kx feet. East Market. Jo63:
printer H fiO; clerk 1 0!; constable 1 22.
Wiley George, Market street, $o W. printer
SI "ii; clerk 61 on; constable $1 20.
Wiu. Galloway, !H feet East Market, tVo:
printer 1 50; clerk 81 00; constable SI 15.
Adam Holms, 100 feet High street, t3 13:
printer SI 60; clerk 1 00; consiable il 12.
Tom Hodge, col., loo leet High street, fi 00:
printer: 50; clerk SI 00; constable $1 20.
J. 1). Hackney, Free street. 2 lots, residence
512 oo: printer 81 50; clerk SI 00; constable
D C Helm 22 feet on square, store house,
5 13 75: printer 1 50; clcik 1 00; constable 2 75.
Fount Ingram, j acre, Marketstreet, S2 50:
printer 1 50; clerk 1 00; constable 1 U.
John Johnson, Garden street, residence,
) )M: printer 1 5o; clerk 1 00; constable 1 20.
Columbia F. A.M.Lodge, Gardeu street,
vacaut, 12 50: printer 1 50; clerk 1 00; con
stable 1 50.
Mrs. E AIcDonald, Market street, MOO:
printer 1 50; clerk 1 00.
I-eemnti Oatman, 150 feet High street, resi
dence, S43 75: printer 1 50; clerk 1 i o; consta
ble 2 75.
lA-ouadus Polk estate, vacaut 10 acres.
" l; printer 1 50; clerk 1 00; constable 1 40.
WHlter l'illow, adm'r. High street, a lots,
75: printer 1 50; clerk 1 W); constable 2 75.
T J Pickens, Embargo street, W 25; printer
t 5i; clerk 1 oo; constable 1 25.
1 ;m Terry, eol., (iarden street, residence,
75- printer 1 50; clerk 1 0; constable 1 15.
.1 IJ M'nodside. 100 feet Market st, vacant,
Jl KS: tLiiir 1 5t.i; clerk 1 oi;coustable 1 o5.
I. D WHlKer iw leet Market street, ii 50:
printer i -: cierit i ("; codmhuio j oo.
J). B.COOfEH.C.4 M.
5E0- W. WILLIA1IS01T 3. A. SAILE7,
WHOLESALE AND KETA1I
No. U, J5io.ul Sini-i.
Frank Amis, col.. Helm addition,
printer 1 "': clerk 1 oo: constable 1 10.
Ctry Booker, co.. Helm addition, $2 50
nrinUT 1 5o: clerk 1 lJ: constable 1 10.
Dob Hsrdlson, col., He'iu addition, S3 13;
prli ler 1 50; clerk 1 00; consiable 1 10.
Mrs. Harah Heard, !?out'i Main, rrfildence.
?17 vi; printer 1 50; clerk 1 1; constable 1
Mrs E F Jamison, ftt feti?outh Main
vacant, friKH; printer I i'lcrk 1 t'; constat
u:e 1 -
Ge W Junes cslalp, Sprlus; street, ?3
printer I .': clerk 1 1'; cuusiab'e 1 1"5.
U H Jamzmin. uveiit, l.Y) fnet bouth Main
resilience, I2.": printer 1 clerk 1 0"; con
staOle 1 i).
Altck Miller, col., Ulade street, 2 50; pr
ler 1 Hi: clcik 1 tl: coutahle 1 III.
W Ji Murphy, ii f-et Hfuth Main street,
store, Stil &; printer 1 o0; clerk I ui; const a
lil e 500.
Leeniau Oatman, Kouth Msiu Slreet.flO 00;
printer 1 5i: clerk 1 00; constable 1 40.
tt'Hiicr lillov, adm'r, Glade and Embargo
streets, I acres, u A; printer 1 ou; cierK l 00;
constable 1 Oil.
J sines Riley, col, fit feet South Main st
S3 o: printer 1 ': clerk 1 00: constable 1 10,
Jake Htephens, col, 00 Spriug street, rest
deuce, SO tH; printer 1 50; clerk 1 00; oousta
ble 1 2".
Angellne Smith, 00 feet Glade street, S3 13:
printer l so; cleric i ou: consiaoie l ii.-.
Krank Williams. col. 1KI feet Helm add!
lonu 50; printer 1 5o; clerk 1 00; coustable
j'B Woolside. Mechanic street, t21 00;
printer I cierK I m( consiaoie i M.
iMrs N i; Woodslde, residence Oprlng st.
100 feet, railroad, "S22 ?J; printer I 50; clerk
1 m- constable 1 h8
H it White. Glade street. t'J printer 1 SQ;
Clern 1 t,n cousiaoie i oo.
Jas RJlotge, Aiasnvme Jiae, .: prm
ter 1 5t; c)erk 00; constable W,
It It and 3 II Jamison. 50 feet Koutli Main
street, S17 71: printer 1 5o; clerk 1 00j const.
me i u .
W O Avrtulolt. feet High street, s m:
prinr 1 Xi olork 1 oo; constable l
JO Hai lev. ''prt "8 street, residence, ?al ttJ;
nrim..r i cierk 1 1: constable 2 Ml.
John Brown, ol, in feet Embargo street,
vacant, k II 2"; printer 1 0; clerk 1 oo; consta
ble S'1 15 '
ML Eddy, SU feet Gaaen street, S10 00;
printer I 50; clerk i or; consinnie vi.
J D Howard, Galloway street, tl), 2j; prin
ter 1 oO; clerk 1 00; constable 1)1 '
DC Helm, 172 feet Mechanic, residence,
150 feet High, i'00( prjpter IS"; clerk 1 if.
eonstanie .j .
Mrs K K Jflmison, 0 feei Mrcfcanui and
loo ut High, J7 U; printer 150; tlerk juui
coustable 2 50.
HA Hendlev, 75 ninh street, 10K, $10 38:
nrinfpr 1 50: clerk 1 00: constable 1 45.
RE Stewart, 75 feet College street, SU-'J
printer l ;; ciera j w; iiiusiuuie i io.;
MarvlidweJl, nm teet South Main
ble If: ,
linn Hi-andon estate. ISii feet boulh Mam
street. 15 00; printer f 50; clerk 1 0; coiist-
oie i hi.
Timnions and Davis, Spring CO High
street,Si.'J J:lj printer 1 5"; clerk 1 00 consta
ble a io.
Columbia and Maury County r people." vis
iting Nashville may rest assuied that they
ran obtain the very bsst meals the market
affords at reasonable rates. Also the purest
and best of Drinks and Cigars at my stand,
corner of Peaderlck and Cherry Streets,
Established in 1835.
J. B. ASHT0N. J. P. McOAW,
Merohant nud Custom Millers. Orders so
Belted and filled with dispatch. Custoi
Grinding done to order, and satisfaction
guaranteed. Cash paid for wheat and corn,
FOR BALE Four eood Turbine Water
Wheels, almost new, for less than half tho
original cost. Also, Bevel gearing, Spin
diet and counter-abaft, complete for a two
run mill. Address,
A8HTON A McOAW,
July-Cru. Columbia. Tenn
A, TYLER & CO.,
And dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
15, 17 A 13 N. Market St.,
NASHVILLE, : : : : TENN
The Imported Williams Singer Sewing
Macnlnea are precisely the same as th
American Singer, In their workings and
appearance, but much superior in .Folnts
Finish and Materials.
We assert and are prepared to substanti
ate the fact, that we are ottering Sewihg
Machines superior in every way to any of
American manufacture. The working parts
oi our maeni ne are
Made of the very Best English Stee
and hence Durability is
r Every machine warranted os ropre
sebted. Satisfaction guaranteeel or money
refunded. Kepalring ol all kludswewiug
macDines promptly aitentled to.
H. W. HAYES,
48 Foi tl Market S treet, 2i North of I n Ion
NASH VILLIC, TEN N.
Machines sent C. O. D., with privilege of
Notice to Contractors
The undersigned will receive sealed bids
directed to them through postofiiee, nt Co
ltimnla, lutll the 2oth day of July, 1M"7, for
the grading and niebUing of the remainder
oi tne turnpiKe Known as me coiumoia am
Rock Spring Pike via Kowell'8 Mill, tin
amount to be built bving the unfinished
part of five miles, contracted to be built by
tlie county for Messrs. V. J. Sowell and
others, the pike to be of same width and
depth of metal as the part finished, the bids
to ue pr mne, ana tue uuider 10 lane un
convicts of Maury county, nud relieve the
county of all expenses attached to 1 ho same
except tne salary oi the uuperintendent
which will be paid by the county. The
county reserves the right to reject any or
an Dias. i'ayuieuts to be made in County
warrants. is. it. i imiioss,
H. H. MMl.NKY,
JOHK F. DoWKI.L,
MILLIHE H Y
via uiji uvi4
NOWuifU. Fare retluc'd-5J 50 per day
f lioo pr week; $10 o per month. Ssud
for -lrcnlnr Klvltiv full particulars, W. S,
VAN METEKA BKO., i'roprlelors, Grayson
Springs, Kentucky. Jnuel-lm
The nu'iiigl meet In of the siurMiotdem
ot Hit- Depot Mills will e held in Ihe oltice
of r.dsail ii Mi l .wen, neit WeilnciHlay, July
4 lb. 177, for the purxe of elect Ing a lioard
of Jilrcclois for Hie psfllug year. A full at-leudiilui-
H. D. F. M EWEN,
juiitJi-H. W'y Trt-as.
Having this day suggested the Insolvccuy
of lewis Harlan, deeeasetl, to thr 'lerk ol
the t'4Mint Com I ol Maury ouutv, Tcuue.
see, notli-e Is hereby given to. all per-ont
liaving claims agalusl said estate t.i file
theirt tlolv authenticated with said Clerk
aa or before the 1st day of M -ptcmber, 177,
lur lrtnla nisi 1 1 v111 WM l,,rr win w
forever Isirml'. ' ' " M. D. K I M i,
June I, I"- V'""'''?
Wholesale and Retail,
at tj i k
ai uuunuiu u i i
w k mm
BRYANT, Ag t.
Hutleiick Patterns for sale
ing and l'iukiug done to order.
J. W. McKISSACK,
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will attend strictly t busiurss entrusted
to hlui in any ol tho courts of Maui v und
adjoining counties and In the Supreme and
Federal Courts at Nashville. Collections
and settlements of all kinds attended to
Office Whllthorno Hlock. maylJ-70
T. E. Wlnstead. K. O. Wlnstead
T. mSTEAD 4 CO..
.Dealers In Fnshionahlo
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises
Uuibroilan, Travelinpr Hugs,
No. 7. N. Cherry St., opi Hslte Maxwell lluusi
A. 11. VOrXLAXU.&'letmaii. Jul.-ly
TEMPLE Ol1 MUSIC,
Sol Aftant for tho
Maon & Hamlin,
Orfers promptly FilJ.edr
I wiU Onaramtee to aell a Better In-
atrameut for Lies Money than
ay Son?? th.e Soutli.
The Oldest in America.
No. 13'Nortli Summer St., Nashville, Tenn.:
No. 1,193 Broadway, New York;
Bo. 203 Canal St-, N. O.
Open all the year.
J. W. DOLBEAR,
Author of "Dolbear's Science of Penman,
ship," No. 15 Nortb Hummer St.,
Hoou-Keepiufr, in all iW varieties, prac
tically and thoroughly taught, without ex
pense to pupil for useless buioks, but with
free access to all the best authors on tlie
subject, without deceptive show or waste of
time on that which is utterly useless. The
pupil Is, In a few months, put through a
course of practice far greater in variety and
extent than occurs in any business house
in five years. Each business house ls con
fined to a repetition of the small variety of
transactions in that particular house, and
to one form ot keeping books, while teach
ing should include all varieties and forms.
The learning of book-keeping ls an excel
lent exercise of the mind and constant
practice in Spelling, Writiug and Arithme
tic, and for these reasons ought to be taught
at an early t ge.
Wilting-, the Dol bears have, by thirty
years experience, reduced to the certainty of
science and they AT have invented
a system of hand training whlc'
removes most gio sp cram jed con
dition of the J (hand, and
make success ri H 1 certain to all
who follow its instructions. i'ersons from
six to sixty years of age ran, In a short, learn
to write with ease and elegance, however
cramp and still' the willing may be at first.
l'honoarrapby is easily learned, and re
ortlng is very profitable, and the most Im
proving business a young man can be in.
Some ladies are now receiving ten dollars
per duy as reporters.
TEB MS Payable lu advauce.
Business Writing 4! ..tJ0
Usual time twenty lessons of one hour
each, but the lessons not limited. No ex
tra for puns, books, paper, etc.
Jiook-keepiug, single entry $20
Full course single and double entry SGO
l his includes books and stationery. No
extras. Usual time one to three months.
l'upils pay for the books used lu this art.
Board aud lodging from Si lo tl per week.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Room No. 26 Colonade Building,
NASHVILLE, - - . TENN,
Will attend to all business entrusted to
rs to Thli
his care with promptness. Kefers to Third
.national uuit or .Nashville
Light Dress Suits !
Blue Flannel Suits !
Stylish Stripe Suits !
ight Mohair Suits !
Black Alpacca Frocks & Sacks !
Mohair and Linen Dusters !
Elegant White Duck Vests !
Light Under Wear !
Stylish Neck Wear!
OiTosiTE M.xwi:i,i, llnr:,
NASHVILLE, - TENN.
(T'lp old NJcholsou MilO,
Near Columbia, Tennessee.
-Jog, ft, JYgpClure,
Union between ijiiiifiiiei, & Chenj" Sts.,
Pianos and Onrans!
ion SALE AND IlENT.
I have a new l',nno and orean, both of su
pciior tone and finish, i-oiitainiii" all utod-
eill iJliprociiK ills, HihI I fifti-r at
nail pnoe, (i.li iu.-min'.M s h. niiy war-
ted to give shI Isniclloli. Also, some s
oud hand i'lanos for xale or rent uu r en m lia
ble Un)s, UOBT. USM ITH.
MardU ."U-tm. Co.imb.a, Teuu
A. G. ROULSTONE,
m, mm & co.,
EEKMOXT 8PRIN08 !
Giles County, Tenn.,
i:ii;lit miles fi-om l.ikiuoul hi at ii in. S'ak-I
villeaiid lecatur Kail road. These Springs
so I iij; und favoiably kuown Tor Uwir high 1
local ton, iH Hiilifnl grounds ami mlmMf ai-l
i,;ntirr iivitx, will no Meued for visitors
June iNt, 1ST7.
Kstn for 0cnliK Montli:
IVr Dav. SI Week.si nnj Month. m.
Culiinsto icnt furuisned or unturnlHhed.
For paiul hlet, circular, orotlicr informa
lou aldres Moores, McClum C., or
W. L. .Mimwcs, M. D., Kesldent riiyslcian.
June 2-. 111.
. North Wist Comer of Third
e ueKirn ui liiiunii t ii-im ii c t mi c
have puiehased the old Nicholson Mill, two
mneHwesioi LXiluiiibia, ou l.l.tle IWsbee
r?eK, aud l-avc fitted it un with the verv
best new tuacliinery, lioltiug-clolhs, bolting-
uesis, etc., etc., which enables us lo make
s good, if not btl t-r, Hour and meal t han
nu be made elsewhere in the comity, (leo.
Owiu, well-known hs a most excellent
miller. Is employed as miller. Flour and
meal, nt the lowest market prie. from our
mill, ran be had at the store of li. T. Clial
fln. OS" We nav the iiichcsl market mice
for graii;. ; '
mayiVJiia. CrtAEFIN OlCAIII.KH.
W. K. D0BS01T,
( liuivli Stn-t-t, ('(iiiu-r South CltiTry
M'l 1 1 J L4TEST
New York, Paris
C AN BE FOUND AT T
JOSH 0. BMLEY & CO;,
NO. 2S NORTH fSIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
(AT LEE A BRTAS'S OLD TAJII,)
Perfumery, Fancy Toile't Articles,
PURE WINES AUD LIQUO&S,
For Medical Purposes, together with all articles usually kept ou sale in a
We are lole Agents for Maury County for
LLBR AND Si
Special Attention to Physician's Prescriptions, which will be filled at a
Hours, DAY OR NIGHT.
Mr. CHAS. N. WALKER is with tJie House, ami will Ik ...i1 to -orvc Ii
many friends, he having had nearly four years exm-riem-v, ami lr. riiU v
(as many of his old friends know), was connected with liwrs. Lee fc lirvan
uefore the war, for live year. ,julyl3-oi
Wfl Wr..-H'-,- Si
I ill "
run STOCK or STAPLE add fancy groceries
Imported and Domestic
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO MERCHANTS
for. Main :unl Eight St.,
Eye, Ear, and Throaf Institute.
No. 9 North High Street, near Corner Church Street.
Office hours from 10 A. m. to 1 r. m., and from o:M to t; r. m.
FREE DISPENSARY FOR THE POOR ONLY
Opcu from to:! v. m. daily (Sundays excepted. july-ly.
JOHU. TYLER,! PETER BECKBNBACH,
! Boot and Shoe .Maker,
South l'.iiib rao Strt-i-t,
; I duMrc- lo say to my old distiiiiier and
oiuers, tliHt 1 still make i; ot and Shoes,
and that nooaoelsi' is uutlioi ii-d to !!
.them. Any peinnn or nicic-haiit pi-clouilluK
ItoKcll my KiMits oi SIhm-s, Is d-:i'iiillig tli
p June . mr no i.s ii-in iia a ihihi-iummi.
May IK 77-ly. I'Kl Kit r.Ki KK.Mi.U'll
KKCK1NINU A KIMi AM)
SIMJCNJOIJ I.IT UK
And is selling lit Winter Stock al cot-l
to make room. Ilason hand a
lot of of the bent :
Eon Aqua Springs!
This charmiiig Milium r n-sorl, located
eight miles from lion Auua suition. thiilv-
; nine miles from Nasli villi-, on the Nashville
! aud North western l'Hilioad, will he open for
the reception of visitors on June Juih, IS77.
I The waters of t hese Hprins are ccleliruted
j for their reeupernlive ell'iH-ts ujioii delleate
J men und rhildien, sliatteiod aud i-limisiel
I conslitiilloiiH, .as well as lor the -ur; ot dm
! elites of the Hllineutary canal, il isia,
j chronic diarrhea, i-iiiislipation aud Hummer
I coniplalutoof children, di.si a.ses ol Hit- kid
I ueys Bud Hkln.iunl menstrual diseases, etc.
j The road l-l ween I uin Anna and I'iiiiiiu
I Springs has Um well worked, m ide plain
( and pleaNuut for traveling. A hack will run
between these points twice a week.
V. li. HrsKl.T..
junel'-3m. J- K. WlNHUUNK.
Gov'iiieni Claim Agency.
jSow is the lime to tile your Maims fr
Bounty, Arreursaiid I'av, IViiHioii and A -
ii'i ar 01 isi j hi u isi.i. All 1 xaimf i)
property taken by the Federal army cln Jn
me iBie war, anu carrving llie Mall b- 0C3
..ur, i, nimrmi wnn me usual Ulspa cn
i-ei-sons tinm a instance ,-an couiinunlcawi
with the undersigned. All business attend-
en 10 promptly, umce uuder Herald aud
aian, .-no. isoi-in Main ireel.
March l-77-ly. J. I,. WILHON.
The Only Perfect Clovor Machine Manufactured.
-Al, oniiiik'tu st(K-k nt'
HARNESS AND SADDLES.
Avery, Diamond Iron and Chilled Irsn
CIDER MILLS, GRAIN DRILLS,
m: "w cs-o ivr 3
GUM AND LEATHER BELTINO,
MACHINE AND LAUD OIL.
ALL KINDS HARNESS AND LEATHER WORK MADI3
OR REPAIRED PROMPTLY.
ar. P. STREET
mast hide rriiuc Mii Aiii:,
limy I-.7- .in.
Drugs. Medicines I Chemicas, Perfumsry!
HOAl'S, COM 1W AND IJRUSllKS,
Trusses, Supporters, Shouldor Bracos, Fancy and Toilot
Articles, Books and Stationery, Kerosene Oil,
Lamps and Chimneys,
Garden Seeds, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnisiie3,
And Dyo StulT, Etc, Etc.,
l'ure Wines nud Liquors for Mcilicinnl jmrponts, l'uiviil Mflieiin.-i, 1 U-.
MILK and fiUTTER!
Boots, Shoes and Hats,
Of tho latent and beat ipiallty
ways on hand.
For the nccommodation of eustonieiK, af
ter June 4th, we will deliver Milk and But
terfrom Or.'iii to 7 a. in.- mid from : to 7 p. in.,
Sunday evening excepted. Ordei-s for lar?e
amounts filled on 8hort notice. A liberal
, i.twu ui vu i.m.in u:ti C VlMCIlt llll Hst.
The patronage of tho people is thlicited-
we will try to plen-eall. I'troiiii und ctli
ers desiring milk, between and i.fler houm
I for delivery, will alvfayn und a supply al
1 our depot, IHiadift ,v Kushtou' grocery
mayi-2ui. FAIRMONT MJ UK CiJ,
BOOKS, STATIONARY, WALL PAPER, SHADES,
Picture Frames, etc.
I have moved mr stock of JIooUh. J'jcliireM. and in fuel, e
flrMt-claHBxk tor to my Oltl HIhikI, uexlduor lo Ihe VuhX oilii-et iiminii o Nvlsou JIoiiso
COME OlSIE I COME ALL ! f
To the roofIe'H jMiinilar low price JJook IStoic.
&- The 01de3t Established Jewelry Uouso in the City
Greo . Pt.Cixllioii 11 & Co.,
WATCHES, JEWELRY and DIAMONDS,
SUrlist m4 Plated Silverware, Spectacles, Sold Tecs, Clocks,
MAXWELL HOVBE, - - NABHVILLU, TEXsTXT
lverwarc Made to Order.
Draper and Tailor,
'o. 67 orth Cherry .St.,
QBSTLLMESfi FUKNISHINO GOODS.
I will, as in the past, make up the best of
tioodg to order, and charge the lowest living
price for them. Come and see opiosite
Embry & Frlerson's.
March-itf- I0HN TYI-EIt.
J? U jLsE RAL
- - . -
Titeomb & Towler,
At Ilia VU Slfin l, Corner fiuth Main tit.
ami J'uOlic &juarc,
COLUMBIA, - - - TKNNJSKE
AUsrae; it Ui ui Solicitor is Chinq,
I want CAH "utomkiw four our
CANE MILLS and
H'OTTON GIN AN'P TUUFSSHElt
A'lnti-ly Snfcffnt Fire bu Sjvtrls,
The ouly JCntriue safa 4ui suitable for run,
ning L'nllon liins, Uniin Threshera, etc.
we can ruruisn ai. ww pi ioe mc nest
lows. Cnlltvators, Threshers, 1-an MilU.
Warrnns. or an v other kind of iinnrnved
Implements, Mcchinery, or Field Keiis.
isena stamp ior i n iim anu lrcuinrs.
Add: ess, T, II; JONKS A fx
June S, 1S77. ly. NaslivUle.Tcnn.
( itfli-e On tlie South side
with Wilkes A Bullock.
of the Square
Notice is hereby filcen that I give to my
sou, Llewellyn M. staples, Iiin tlino until he
iti twenty -one years of age, and that t Hhall
claim none t)f his earnings nor pay any
debts of his contracting. Given under my
hand atColumbia, Tenn., this llh day of
July, A. 1!7. u. J AfLJ-iS.
AKD UEALEfUJ IN
All Kinda andfEvery Style and SU
of Burial Cases. Caskets Cof
fins and Oloss White Finish-
cans, 111 town or
riiie fltMii'NCH und
gentle lior.es, and all at reduced prii.-et.. Al
ayn rean. v. Air 1 mm and Wiitii nnxil en
ties and CusketH. Plain Walnut lulling ten
dollarv. 1 will deliver al any depot n the
railroad. WM.J. WJUJAWS,
Cor. Main 4 St. John 8ts. febl-77-tiui
Attends promptly to all
Lookout For Them!
Within the next two or three months the
country will le lull of "coal niti-ulu," offer
ing "the bct al in I he world'' iu almost
any price. Many ol liiem cannot command
half a dozen cars.
TIIE DIAMOND COAL
Notice to Tax-Payers.
1 vt ?io crjMrrinieiu. hiiu iu uuu tiiutr 11 will ue
, I offered to the cltlnof Columbia at price
mai win ijy mtnjKiu urn ior a nrsi-ciaHS
Rirnrv Man His (Iotti A cront
Owinc lo the iostponement of the eol leo-j
lion 01 ine taxes, and lor the benefit of tier- I Buy direct from uu, und you will net the
wins who may desire to pay their State and i bent coal in this market at the 1 lowest lrice.
County taxes. I will beat my otline in Co- I We also keep the lont littihurK coal in
lmnbia, on every Monday from this date ! stock. K. S. blUN'UIlL'llST A Co.,
until the ixith ol October, 1877. , No. I'nlon Street,
Mayu-lf. W.T, KDWAKD., Trustee. June-v-lm. Nashville Ted 11.
AT BOTTOM PRICES FOR CASH.
I liHVt- tlii; l"-t Sluck of
Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Gaiters, French
Kid Button Boots, Front and Side Lace
Boots, Pebble and Kid
r-Mo a ri'j.L linj; or
Canfield's Cslotratod Gold
I have a choice assortment, Including every itslra'i'e novelty, 'Also 11 full lino of
etaon's custom made gooods.
Miy I, 13 77.-3m.