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THE HERALD AND MAIL.
Friday Morning, July 27th, 1877.
The Railroaders' Strike.
Our Supplement to-lny rontaiii
lniK-li of the iwrliriilai-s of the preat
mil mailers' strike, unl to it we direct
the attention of those, of our readers
who wish to know ahout the -neatest
distiirhanee that has .haplem-d Khiee
tlie war. '1'he liht intf eoinmeneed on
the UaltinioreaiidOliio railroad, where
a mliiet ion of ten per eent. on the
wajjesofthe workmen hndlieen made.
The liivmen quit work, and prevent
ed others from taking their plaees by
foree of arms. Militiaand U. S. troops
-.ime to the rescue, hut did not put
down the mob. The strike spread to
the Pennsylvania Central Hailroad,
and a moh at Pittsburg destroyed all
the railroad property in the city,
amounting to .six or seven million
dollars worth. The strikes have
spread to almost every railroad in the
Union. Vanderhilt complied wit lithe
demands of the strikers on his road,
Some of the workmen on the Louis
ville and Nashville and Great Southern
R. It. met and demanded that their
wages le restored to what they were
In-fore the reduction in June. The
road very promptly acceded t. the
demand, and yet after this fa"t he
came known,' a mob was formed in
Louisville, which marched to the rail
road, scattering ruin as they went.
They attacked the office of the Presi
dent. The citizens of Louisville met
next morning, at the request of the
Coiifu r-Jourii'tf, ami organized seven
regiments, to keep down lawlessness
in the city. The work of destruction
has sprei-.d until it has even reached
far-off California, where it will die
away on the waves of the Pacific.
It is gratifying to know that the
railroad workmen are not entirely re
eponsihle for the destruction of life and
property. It is the moh element in
the cities that has done the mischief.
Men that work for a living may strike
for higher wages, and act imprudently
and unwisely, hut they will not he
found communists or dcstructionists
The rioters and murderers should
1 dealt with according to their crimes.
Tliev should Ik- taught that it is as
wrong and as dangerous to kill and
destroy by moh as it is for individuals
to do so. The gigantic corporations
will also le taught a lesson they will
le more careful to study the welfare
and interest of their employees, ln-fore
they reduce their wages, ami cease to
treat them as mere machines to make
money with. The railroads are not to
hlamed now, however. They had to
reduce wages liccausc liuniess was
dull. and biisiiu-s was dull lecause of
the forced resumption policy of the
government. For more than twelve
years the national government has
1ccn run in the interest of the bond
holders, capitalists and huge corpora
tions. This strike ishut one of the fruits
ofthetyrannical policy of the Republi
can party, jut as the French Kevolu-
tiuit with all its horrors, was the ter
rible resit it of monarchical tyranny of
the lioiirbon kings. Forced resump
tion of specie payments is the climax
t.. ibis twelve vcars of oppression of
the people by the money kings of the
THE RAILROAD STRIKES.
A Reign of Terror in the City of
Outrivaling the Era of the Paris
The Military Finally Cleaned out by
Who Take Possession of the Town,
And Proceed to the Work of Destruc
tion and Vandalism.
Seven Millions Worth of Property
I'lTTsi'.rnn. July The following
is from the eleven o'clock edition o
I'ift. -en minutes after live o'clock
1 In. ears below the transfer onlce In
the vard, were set on tire; they were
laden With l-.IIICiS 01 some eoiiniii7.il-
ble material and when they took' lire
ii...v Worsted: some ot ttiem new 10
.i... ,,f one hundred feet. The
'.w.i... slum between f w enty-tiftl
mid Twenty-sixth streets caught lire
.....i ..t ii.is time a blaang ear was run
i.n . Hie A. V. I tail road switch.
This brought the Philadelphia troops
,o .w the w.ioi house am they com
. ....... l lii in.r on the crowd. "At V ; 10
ineiiv.. -r - -----
4i... ,.-..lls of the m mi oft ice tell, out
meanwhile the soldiers were driven
back into the shops.
At t-I."i the military made auotlu
,1. ...... rite attempt to escape; they
r..nn.-d ina solid column and came out
1 1 .... .11 (-w tb- lumber vard and went
.. Tweiii v-lilth to Liberty street
..iii... i iitliii" trun ill front and madi
r.. ii... vileebeiiv Arsenal and shortly
is tii inii' was heard in the di
...... i ;.. of P.utlcr hlrcct.
'i'i...r.. was no opposition to their
l.io-ress tint il th y arrived at J.ulli
. vii..r iliev had disiierseil, some
.--1 I n i . . . - - - - . -
.... s..l.li..i-s siioposcd to Ik- dcscrlcl
wert' seen going along the Liberl.v
stri-ct wall, waving their caps, tin
V.Im.-I; Maria was out at the seen
.i times ibis morning, mid ear
IlllC. k-" i
i iilimlM'l' lit 1KTSMJS WllO
l lint 1 1 i 1 1 it . ' .
w ere caught -UniT ere am ei
...... i ........ ;,"K-ali
II1IVM ......1. . . 1 iw..
with tli.' upp.r l.oiiiid House
which 70 freight engines were stand
ing, anil all were speedily destroyed
The value of I his property is one mil
tion dollars. The roofs tell in 3 mill
ules. and the building is a mass of
At S:-:o the I'nion Line Olli
-.ii.-bl lire and in ! minutes it was
The houses on the south side of Lili
ertv street also took lire, and then, at
last, the engines were allowed to play
n thetlames and extinguish them.
There i liule danger ot a general con-IWi.-r.iiioii.
but it isestiieaied that well-
nigh two million dollars worth of .mil
road propel ! v has been destroyed.
I noli arriving at the Arsenal the
Philadclphiaiisibiiiid the 1'niteil States
troojis at the gale and they reiuseti
thein adiiiittanee. The troops contin
ued on out P.u i ler street and were last
heard of at tie- Allegheny Cemetery
gate, w here il is said that they were
:.irtially disorganized. It is said that
ai'ier leaving the Arsenal the Philadel
phians turiied a gidling gun on the
4-rowd with great loss of life.
Il is eiile:l that thirty persons
have U'cn killed this morning, mostly
si rikers and citizens.
Market Price for Grain!
filSUTT & CO.,
Corn, er bn IKw.",2
Wheat, ier bu .soy.110
Oats .. 70c
Choice, New Orleans l-tfij nil
Choice Golden TTyalljO
English Breakfast 7j(j,12o
lu barrels 20O25O
Saron Imperial 4 20
Kxtra 4 2o
Extra Olive 425
Tolet, per dozen &V2oi)
Shaving, per dozen.... EO&lOo
Timothyand Herds Grass pr. ton 1.jW.20 00
Flour and Meal-
Choice fit !HK I
Kxtra Family 7 W&J 00
A. TYLER & CO.,
And dealers in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
15, 17 & 10 N. MarketSt.,
NASHVILLE, : : : TENN.
Tlie Imported Williams Singer Sewing
Machines are precisely the same as the
American Singer, in their workings and
appearance, but much superior In Points ol
Finish and Materials.
We assert and are prepared to substanti
ate the fact, that we are offering Sewihg
Machihes superior in every way to any of
American manufacture. The working parts
of our machine are
Made of the very Best English Steel,
and hence Durability is
Every machine warranted as repre
sented. Satisfaction guaranteed or money
refunded. Repairing ol all kinds sewing
machines promptly attended to.
II. W. HAYES,
4H Forth Market Street, 2d North of UniOD,
Machines sent C. O. D.. with privilege of
Java coffee per lb
Laguayra per lb ,
K!o per lb
Rio roasted per lb
A. Coffee sugar per It.....
l!. Yellow sugar per lb...
Bright N.O. jer lb
Cut Loaf per lb
Crushed per If.
Powdered per ....
Granulated per tb
13S 1 1
lira VI' i
1 - lti
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will attend strictly to business entrusted
to him in any of the courts of Maury and
adjoining counties, ana in tne Mupreme ana
Federal Courts at Nashville. Collections
and settlements of all kinds attended to
Ollice whittnorne rsiocK. mayii-iu
Mackerel No 1 1 50(i.l 75
Mackerel, No. 3 1 d)
White per lb Uc
Hides i Dry)
Itice per Ih
Cheese per It.
Honey er lb
Raisins per It.
Currants per 11. ;
Caudles per II.
Starch per tb
Bran per cu t
Shorts er cwt
Hominy per lb ,
Nails per lb
l"7i. 1 211
r & r pi
- ooi CD
u o 4 O H
J O Str"
Attorney at In and Solicitor in Chancery
Office On the South side of tlio
with Wilkes Bullock.
Notice is hereby i veil Mint I nivc lo my
i i.... .. ll v .. M. suniles. his time until he
tuoiitv-oii'c I'ais of ae. and that I shall
claim none ol his earnings nor pny any
debts of his contratiliuii. Uiveu under my
bund at Columbia, Teun., this II li day i
July, A. 1., 177. D. STAPLKS.
Thk f lioiial l';iii:itifs :inil ftsils nr
I iv n ini':ins nil I .".1 y't ori'iuivcrtcil,
s'uiitlior Noitli. Yi" know wi liav
iilrlllV of tin HI Ifl"! ilinontf listill,
it is'oiilv too ciliiil I li:il tlii'l'' is :i
I:iim- iir'i.Mrti!i t ill nkivin tlioir
,;..!. , .f in 1 - iit-lotv in- miiiui-rii niMv
j.ritifrlM'l'l IJ:'liilli':in, I ml.
. KmN if'l'il( tiotllilc i- rolllill.n
li.r" Vr linvi-. In ll'-il.' v hilf H';
vxh.'.l.- pa.tv will l- in u"o:-, .'
,114. nir will l''ilii' k with living '."-"il-
It will I"' very t inliiirrasMlij:
iluTi for tin- Ailiiiinisliiition to Umoii
fn.nt.Ml will. -o...i-s only halt ful
H1...I r"iil.ilioii- only hall . nloiv.il,
.M.-ntations l.r.'.:.nitions M.i.tn.sl.iiy
Milli r n.t. .N.'W u:K
T. E. Winstead. R. O. Winstead,
BARGAINS ! B AEGAINS !
Having .k'tirmineil to close Business, we ofl'or our entire Stm-k of
D B - GOODS,
LESS TEAM COST!!
Containing a f-i'leiuliil line of
White Goods, Dress Goods, Staple and Fancy Hats,
Boots, Shoes, &c, &c.
Those wishing to purchase any goods in our line will do well to call Immediately. All
Demons Indebted to us by note or account will please call and settle atonce.
July 27-2m. J. t,. 1UNIA.I & CO.
Columbia and Maury County people "vis
iting Nashville may rest assured that ttiey
can 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 Deaderick and Cherry Streets,
J. B. ASHTON", J. P. McGAW,
Merchant and Custom Milters. Orders so
liclted and titled with dispatch. Custom
Uriuding done to order, and satisfaction
guaranteed. Cash paid for wheat and corn.
FOK SALE Four good Turbine Water
Wheels, almost new, for less than half the
original cosu Also, Bevel gearing, Spiu
dles and counter-shaft, complete for a two
ruo mill. Address,
ASHTON & McGAW,
July6-3m. Columbia, Tenu.
T. E. WINSTEAD & CO.,
Dealers la Fashionable
Boots, Shoes, Trunks., Valises
Umbrellas, Traveling Hags, fct,
No. 7. N. Cherry St., opposite M ax well House,
A.B, COVELAXD, Salesman. July6-ly
TEMPLE OF MUSIC.
Sole Agent for the
Mason & Hamlin,
C3r -A. TINT ?3 ,
Sheet Music and Sin-ill Mu aicul dooila.
Orders Promptly Filled-
I will Guarantee to sell m. Setter In
strument for Less Hmme y than
any house in the South.
Jas. A. RIcGInre,
Union between Summer & Cherry Sts.,
Pianos and Onrans!
FOR SALE AXD RENT.
I have a new I'inno and Orean. both of su
perior tone and finish, contaiuirm all mod
em improvements, that I oiler lor sale at
nun price, j'.'Hii insirumeuis are luiiy war
ranted to give satisfaction. Also, some sec
ond iituid I'iauos lor sale or rent on reasona
ble terms, ROOT. D.SMITH.
MnrJi 30-Cm. Columbia, Tenn.
A. G. ROULSTONE,
mi KRQUSE & CO.,
North Wot Corner of Third and
H. B. EDMISTON'S
School for Boy
Will begin its next session on MONDAY,
A I 'GUST 2TH, 1S77. Thorough Instruction
given in Languages, Mathematics and Nat
Terms for tuition as follows, payable
Primary Classes, .
Advanced Classes, . ...
ItpfHi-fiice is made, bv lH'rilljssion,
following gentlemen, who have been pa
trons for the last two j-enrs: W. J. An
drews, W. S. Fleming, A. M. ljoon.'y, T. 1..
Rains, J. M. Williams, W. 15. Wilson.
Cornell & Buchnau,
S"Special attention given to painting
and repairing, at Lamb A Boyd's Factory,
Columbia, Tennessee. mchltj-om
Bon Aqua Springs!
".Clio Jaili 'Xci-m
SEPTEMBER THE JS7T-
Circulars Ftatinu -oivr.e of study, and otli-
er i.aiticulai-s, win i scin ..n hj.mi-ihuu
to Htv. GE . IiECKCTT. Rector,
July 13-2ni. Columbis, Tenu.
For the accommodation of ciisl omers, af
ter lime 4th, we will deliver Milk and Hut
terfrom ': !ii lo 7 a. in.' nd from jto p. m.,
Sunday evening excepti-d. Orders for large
nniounts ti led on short notii-e. A m:e:iii
discount on orders for benevolent purposes.
The llalronaeor the eople is soiicilel
we w 111 Ii v to plen-e all. rtrons and oth
ers d.'siriiii; milk, between and after hours
for. l. livery, will always find a supply at
our ti.-iKit, Clialliu .t Itushton's grocery
mny2V2m. FAIRMONT M ILK CO.
Titconib & Towlcr,
Al the Olil Slmul, Cm-iter futh Muttt Ht.
This cliHrining nummer resort, located
ci"ht miles from Bon Aqua Station, thirty
nlTic miles from Nasli villi', on the Nashville
and Northwestern railroad, will be open for
I he reception of visitors on Juno loth, 1S77.
The waters of these Springs are celebrated
for their recuperative effects upon delicate
- -..a children, shattered nl exhausted
mo... " " well as for the cure ot dis-
con.-tiiuti.'iis, .. ' - canal, dyspepsia,
rases of the aliments.., -- nnimer
..i.,.,.,.,. .1 i h. n. consti ia! ion auu . .
compliiintseif children, diseases ol the kid
revs and skin, and menstrual diseases, etc.
'the road between llou Aqua and 1'rimm
Kpriims lias been well worked, made plain
and pleasant for traveling. A hack will run
between these oiuts twice " week.
. I . 1 I1 r,1 1 1 1
juue2-3iu. J-K- WINBURNE.
Election Notice I
on the first Thutsdsy in August next I
will proceed lo open and hold an election
at the election grounds of the different civil
district of Alanry county. Tennessee, lor
the purpose of electing one school director
,or each civil district. ALEXANDER,
St;t of Tennessee vs. Mrs. Sarah E. Sarvin
r.v virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court at Columbia, Tennessee,
erendredatthe April trm thereot-Aprll
17 isT7iu the above styled cause, I will
nr'oeeed to sell at the court-house door in
i he town of Columbia, to the hiKhesl and
best bidder, on the lKln day of August, 177,
tlie following described house and lot, situ
Hted in the town of Columbia, oil South
Street: and bounded as foil res: lie
iiiinin T. J Alexander's corner in said
?utet .'ormerly ireen iraliams corner);
-..vt M-itii the south boundary
liueofsliid Alexander..)! leet to a rock
o'liei : thence soul h Ii2 feet to u. holo li a
v." k-Uieuce east 2!(i net to a r.H-k corner;
tieii'. e south 7 leet to a rock corner, thence
"r "An.chaied by WV K. Kent frolii M.
in'hn1 ule dcd at which is registered in the
i..'i"iVi 's lliceof Maury couuiy, in uook
i vi 12 kiid house and lot will be so d
on' I he' lollowin terms: one- . I th cash
""''".!.?.. ",. ' " r.r,mlVlraserswilibe
" , re.1 to execute notes Wil h eood and ap
..'""rse.'uriiy, interest bearing from dafe,
:n.l a lieu retained for the payment of the
i.llicliase liloiit'j .
July J-, 177.
D, I!. COOFF.R, C. A M.
ON MONDAY, AUGUST 6TH. 1877,
I will proceed to sell for cash to the highest
bidder, at the court-house in the town ol
Columbia, the following described pioperty,
tos-atisfy corporation taxes lor the town of
Cuiumbio for 17(i:
Gid Alexander, lU'l feet, Free street, S1250;
er 1 on; clerk SI W, constable Si ;m.
Dick Drown, colored, i feet, H;;jh street,
Si 25: printer SI oil; clerk SI W; constable tl 2 .
It. F. Bell, grocery house, 5im: priuter
Jloll; clerk SI 0; constable SI 20.
Geo. Cook, col, Hit;h street, residence, S8ol:
printer Si 5l; c!erk il ou; constable 81 42.
J T. Davis, UK) feet. East Market, S5ti3:
printer Si 5(1; clerk SI ; constable SI 22.
Wiley George, Market street, io 3s: printer
Jl 5H; clerk SI W; constable SI 2.
Win. Galloway,!") feet East Market, S'TTj:
printer Si oU; clerk SUjO; constable SI lo.
Adam Holms, 100 feet High street, ii l;i:
printer SI 5u; clerk SI 00; cous'able SI 12.
Tom Hodge, col., loo ieet High street, S". ti:
printers: -5o; clerk SI 00; constable SI 20.
J. D. Hackney, Free street. 2 lots, residence
812 On: printer SI o; clerk S! W, constable
D C Helm 22 feet ou square, store house,
St: 75: printer 1 50: clerk 1 on; co:is.nl)!e 2 75.
Fount Ingram, J., acre. Market street, s2 50:
printer 1 5u; clerk 1 W, constable 1 w.
John Johnson, Garden street, residence,
86 00: printer 1 5o; clerk 1 00; constable 1 2o.
Coiumoiar . a. m. i.uugc, wucu nm,
vacant, 812 50: printer 1 50; clerk 1 CO; con
stable 1 50.
Mrs. E. McDonald, Market street, so 00:
printer 1 50; clerk 1
Leeman Oatmao, 150 feet High street, resi
dence, S 13 75: printer 1 50; clerk 100; consta
ble 2 75.
Leonadus I'olk estate, vacant 10 acres,
810 00; printer 1 50; clerk 1 n0; constable 1 M.
Walter Pillow, adin'r, High street, 2 lots,
S43 75: printer 1 .jO; clerk 1 00; constable 2 75.
T J Pickens, Embargo s- reet, S'l -"; printer
1 50; clerk 1 00; constub'e 1 25.
Dan Terry, col.. Garden .street, res deuce,
S3 75; printer 1 5u; clerk 1 ; constable 1 15.
J B W'oodside, 100 feet Market st, vacant,
SI 8S: priuter 1 50; clerk I on; constable 1 05.
LD Walker 11M feet Market street, 82 50:
printer 1 60; clerk 1 IW; constable 1 05.
RH Jamison, 50 feet South Main street.
$17 71: printer 1 oo; clern i mi; constable 1 o.
Frank Amis, col., Helm aildiiion, Si 1::
printer 1 50: clerk 1 00; constable 1 10.
Cary Booker, col., Helm addition, 2 50;
printer 1 50; clerk 1 oo; constable 1 lo.
Hob Hnrdison, c i'.. Helm addition, S3 13;
printer 1 50; clerk 1 lK cons'.able 1 10.
Mrs. Surah Heard, South Main, residence,
517 50: priuter 1 no; clerk 1 00; constable 1 70.
Mrs E F Jamisou, (: feet South Main st,
vacant, SU25; priuter 1 50; clerk 1 00; consta
ble 1 25.
(jei V Jones e.sial, Spring street, S3 75:
printer 1 50; clerk I 00; constable 1 15.
Aleck Miller, col., Giade street, S2 50; prin
ter 1 50; clerk 1 00; constable 1 10.
WL Murphy, 30 feet South Main street,
store, 801 35; printer 1 50; clerk I 00; consta
ble 5 00.
Ijeeman Oatman, South Main Street, S0 oo;
printer 1 50; clerk 1 oo; constable 1 lo.
rt'alter i'illow, adm'r.Glade and Embargo
streets, J acres, Sti 25; printer 150; clerk 1 00;
constable 1 50.
James Riley, col, K I feet South Main st,
S3 50: printer 1 50; clerk 1 0 '.; constable 1 10.
Jake Stephens, col, KI Spring street, lesi
dence.SOW; rrintU-1 5o; clerk 1 mi; consta
ble 1 20.
Angellne Smith, N) feet Ghide street, S3 13:
printer 1 50; cleik I (Nl: coin.tHble 1 12.
Frank Williams, cl, UK) bet He in addi
tion, S3 50; printer 1 Oo; clerk 1 ; constable
1 J?" B Woodside, Michnnic street, S21 CO;
- -lork 1 yo; const il.le 1 s.
printer 1 -ju, ' - Mnrina Ki.
MrsNE Woodsi.ie, res.u. .... . . . .
100 feet, railroad, SJ2 50; printer 1 oo; clerk
1 0i; constable 1 !. . , ,
H R While, Glade street, S!0i.; printer 1 ..o.
clerk 1 to: coust al le 1
Jas R Hodge, Na-shville pike, Si , ,: prin
ter 1 50; clerk 1 Ui; coiittaule
R H and J H l.nnlson 1 50 f. l Sotit'i Mali ,
SI" jO' printer 1 5o; clerk 1 0"; i-n-siable 1 !.
W C Aydelotl. 4 feet IIns:i stre t, SS 50;
printer 1 50; clerk 1 oo; coim'.able I
J G Bailey, Spring street, residence, ll tvi;
printer 1 5i; clerk ) no; constable 2 mi.
John Brown, C'l, leet Km banco street,
vacant, ill 25; printer 1 5o; clerk 1 W, consta
hle 9 05.
M LKddy, :w feet Garden street, S10 oo;
printer 1 50; clerk 1 HO; constable I to.
J D Howard, Gallon ay street, ill Lo; prin
ter 1 50; clerk 1 00; constable 11..
DC Helm, 172 leet Mechanic, residence,
150 leet High, SOS 00; printer 150; clerk 1 00;
constable : 51. ,.,.,
Mrs 1" F Jamison, loj feet Mrcbauic nnd
100 leet Hiscb.M7.'o; printer 1 5o; clerk loo;
constable 2 V).
H,Heudley, 7 High street, 1!, Sio";
primer 1 50: clerk 1 oo; constable 1 4o.
RE Stewart, 75 feet College street, SI 13;
printer I 5ii; clerk 1 ot); coDstable 1 16.
Mrs Miy "1 idwtJi, Km left South Main
Rtreet SI 1 25; printer 1 50; clerk 1 oo; consta-
Go Brandon et.la'e. ISO feet South Main
street, S15 Oo; priuter 1 50, clerk 1 00; consta
ble 1 :o.
limmons and D:vis, Snrine CO Hieh
strcet,Sil 13; priuter I 50; cle-'k l im cousta
ble -I 10.
W. T. EDWARDS,
EstabUshed in 1835.
Commercial Institutions !
The Oldest in America.
No. 15 North Summer St., Nashville, Tenn.;
No. 1,193 Broadway, New York;
No. 2o3 canal sr, is. o.
Open all the year.
J. W. DOLBEAK,
Author of "Dolbear's Science of Penman
ship," No. 15 North Summer St.,
BooK-Ueeplnir, in all its varieties, prac
tically and thoroughly taught, without ex
pense to pupil for useless books, but with
free access to all the best authors on the
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 fur greater in variety and
extent than occurs lu any business house
in five years. Each business house Is 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 is an excel
lent exercise ol" the mind and constant
practice in Spelling, Writing and Arithme
tic, and for theso reasons ought to be taught
at an early age.
WiiHutr. the Dolbears have, by thirty
years experience, reduced to the certainty of
science ana mey nave mveuuw
a system of hand training whic'
removes most gVMg cramped con
dition of the 5 A' T hand, and
makes Buccess'0 "Sm certain to all
who follow its instructions. Persons from
six to sixty years of age can, in a short, learn
to write with ease and elegance, however
cramp and stiirthe writing may be at first.
I'iionoifrapliy is easily learned, and re
porting is very profitable, and the most Im
proving business a young man can lie in.
Some ladies are now receiving ten dollars
per day rs reporters.
TDR31S 1" able in Advance.
Business Writing S20
L'sual tini9 twenty lessons of one hour
each, but the lessons not limited. Noex
1 ra for pens, books, paper, etc
Book-keeping, single entry 820
Full course single and double entry ,S0
This includes books anil stationery. No
extras. I'surI time one to three mouths.
Pli o n og rn p h y S20
Pupils pay for the books used in this art.
Board and lodging from S5 to 87 per week.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Room No. 2(i Colonade Building,
Willsttend lo all business entrusted to
iiicar! with promptness. lief, rs to Third
Nalional Rank of Nashville. inaylh-ly
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 !
Opposite Maxwell IIoi sk,
NASHVILLE, - TENN.
W. Z. D0BS01T,
Cliiiivli Snvft, ( 'in'iii-r South CJii-rr.v
T i 1 1Z LATL'WT
iTew York, Paris
CAN BE FOUND AT
Draper and Tailor,
No. Iw North Cherry St., - .NASHVILLE.
Notice to Tax-Payers.
Owing to the postponement of the collec
tion of the taxes, and lor the benefit of per
sons who may desire to pay their Wtate and
County taxes. 1 will be at ii.y oltice in Co
lumbia, on every Monday troiu this dute
until the2iMh ot OctoImt, 1ST.
May Uh-lf. W. f . ELWAitlis, Trustee.
E want Csii citsTOMKits four our
CANE MILLS and
;Col l UN OiN AND THKESUEH
33 3NT CS-1 N 3S3 S,
Avtlittrly tStift froiH fire by Spir1..t.
The only Eneine sr.fe and suitable for ruu
Hing Cotton (iins, Oram Threshers, etc.
We can furnish nt. low price the best
Pious, Cultivators. Tbres.Merv, Fan Muli,
Wagoiis, or any other kind ol Improved
Iniplenients, Machinery, or Field Sw.Ih.
Send stamp for Prlc-List anil Clrculnrs.
Add rex, T. H - JtN F.S t .,
June s, l77. ly. Nashville, Tenn.
w-r g OA's sy
Lamps, Cutlery, Spoons, Castors,
C2 nr jg & Y
"Wiiidow Shades,- Etc.,
As low as they can be sold.Jand for Rocfing, Guttering aud Repairing, call at
No. 9 South Main Street,
If you propose to build or improve your property, call and examine our new stock of
MARBLKIZED MANTLES. They are handsome and cheap.
July i'O, 1877. W. R- EL AM & CO-
We are sole Agents for Maury County for
23 X HEX. JO SBLiIj
m HULLBR AND SEPARATOR.
The Only Perfect Clovor Machine Manufactured.
-Also, complete stfk f-
HARNESS AND SADDLES,
Xji o Tsr ,
Avery, Dianvondlror. and Chrf.:dI;on P.'r,v:,
CIDER MILLS, GRAIN DRILLS,
FAR M "W j3L C3- O INT &
GUM AND LEATHER BELTING,
MACHINE AND LAUD OIL.
ALL KINDS HARNESS AND LEATHER WORK MADE
OR REPAIRED PROMPTLY.
KAST .SIDE VVniAV SQUAHK,
HEADQUARTERS FOE EMERIES !
- tt.' .
WttWaWS'j Wholesale and J!, tail Dealer i,i
SSSaII, KINDS OF HOOKS S
S J S AT BOTTOM PRICES!
252.zZ3 i Via
CHKAl'KH THAN ANVONI. !
BHiAIXTB: DES O Q K. CEZ !
Anil all kinds of Plain and Fancy St;il ion ry, at u ici s to nii all :i ;
tomers. Rf" Atrt'lit also fur tin- timt and sweet. -t toned t r
gans THK SMITH AM IKK A N .
CALL AND SEE HIM-NO. 20 PUBLIC SftUARE, COLUMBIA. TENN.
No. 45 Union Street. NASHVILLE, TENN.
The nndorsiirneil hnvinc pnrchaseil Iho entire nMok, worki-ii? in'.'; iiiniiW -im ! :!''!
will of the GlElfS ART UAi.KEKY, would resp.-.t tally nnnoii-i.-i. Hull he is nil 1 .'.V ,"
el and determined to maintain the reputal ion of the '-t u tU!i 111.11 1. ns the Ml. -I A .1
(ALIjBRY In the Southern Htates. All lmproveineiilx in i!iotos;i upliy ni-e j.-.iiivt.v
adopted, and all our work guaranteed to give n islact imi. ,.. -v r '
July 20, 18T7.-ly.
Successor to I'ai l C. tti'.-r, lec'l.
JOSH 6. BAILEY &
NO. 2S XOHTH SUK l'l'lSLH' S i C A 1 1 K.
Columbia, - - ".rrsrsjN..
(AT LEE A KHVAM'M U.I RTAM.)
Drugs, Medicines, Chemioah,
Perfumery, Fancy Toilet Articles,
PURE WINES AUD LIOUO'HS,
KorMedlral Purposes, iogtHhvr with all aitic'..' usually lt'it -u Nitlo 1:1 :i
FIRST - ClaASS DRUG
Special Atienti"n to Physician's Presciiplious, which will lo (illt d at all
Hours, DAY OR NIGHT.
I'.KAI'MONT HIYJUKS h with I he I l-.n-e, md -i.e! t.. . -y- !
many tiiend lie li:t in li:id ne;irl,v f.mr yi-ar- esrieiie,'. :.... !'..!...,
(a.-s many of his l-l 1'riend-i know ), was euiineeie I w il li . ii" I'.i.v.ii.,
In't'oiv the war, for live years. .inW I ; ::ui.
Eye, Ear, and Throat Institute.
No- 9 North High Street, near Corner Church Street.
U!lice hours from 10 a. m. to 1 r. m., au-1 iioiu ;.: i to i; r. m.
FREE DISPENSARY FOR THE TOOK OWLY.
Open from 2: to3::W r. M. daily (Sundays excepted.
DropJeisiiDi I2:i) n icas, Perfumery I
KOAPS, COMliS AND DKLSL1KS,
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Braces, Fancy and Toilet
Articles, Books and Stationery, Kerosene Oil,
Lamps and Chimneys,
Garden Seeds, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
And Dye StuIF, Etc, Etc.,
Pure Wines and Liiquor6 for Medicinal jmrhoscH, Pali hi .Vc lieim ek.
FOll STOCK OF STAPLE AflD FJiilCY DBOCERIES !
Imported and Domestic
"Wines ixci Xjic uors.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO MERCHANTS.
3ES- C3rA3VE"FT aES,
Cor. Main and Eight St.-., .... COLUMBIA, TEN X.
BOOKS, STATIONARY, WALL PAPER, SHADES
Picture U'lamot. e o.
I have moved my Htock of BookK, J'iclures, mul In f.ifi. everything In Im ,nn.l in .'i
rst-cliuis llook fcitoie to my Old Htaud, next door to the l'ost oilhte, pj I c; N'.-l ,m lloii .o
CO ME OWEI COME ALL ! !
To the Peoil;'a jioi ulur low jd iec Book Htm i'.
Tho Oldost Established Jowolry IJouso in tho City
Geo . H.Oixllion ii fc CJog
WATCHES, JEWELRY and DIAMONDS,
Sterling and Platsi Silverware, Spectacles, Gjli Tens, Clocks, Ice,
MAXWELL HOUSE, - - NASHVILLE, TEW.'N
lveiwiire Made to (ii.l.i.
. .. r ,-lf
AT BOTTOM PRICES FOR GASH.
I have tlio li st Stock of
Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Gaiters, Frem
Kid Button Boots, Fiont and Side Lace
Boots, Pebble and Kid
-ALSO A FULL LINE OF
Canfield's Celebrated Gold
Calk Skin N-ir'
(.'("( ; I; I S
I haven choice assortment, IncUvtUiif evrv d.wlrai.l,, imii., ... ... .
Hk'lwiu'H ciiKtom made gooodn. j, n-,., u niu line (,i
May 4, l877.-:)m, "V. 33. X0
COLUMBIA. - - TLNNL!.;