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THE HERALD AND MAIL.
Friday Morning, August 3, 1877.
ii:ooi,s are marching ironi a pence-
fill South to quiet a riotous North.
Pi t a solid, iH'uceful ami lav-alil
i hjjt South down as against lawlessness
in the North.
Ik Ulaiue will k to I'ittsl.uifr, he
can t a real "l.loodv shirt" to wave
without lvin:r one with elder-hcrries,
1hi-:siikxt W. if. Vaxukkhilt, of
the New York Central ami Hudson
liiver Kailroad, h:ts issued a circular,
staling, that of the i2,kh) employees
oft lie company, less than 5(K struck
He has ordered that 10; ,(XKJ lie divid
ed ratal ily iimtnj those who did not
'I'm-: strike has ahout struck hottom,
and from all aoiiearances, all the roads
have eoiiiineiieed to run reaularly
a.ain. The I'cnnsvl vauia Coal Miners
are trying to create a sensation, by
striking. '1'hese strkes have injured
our credit greatly abroad, and railroad
I muds will neversell for as much abroad
a"iiu. We unhesitatiiifily condemn
this course in the strikers, and think
when the real truth is known, that
thieves and robbers commenced the
Tin: workim?men of l'ittsbur pro-
jHe to tax themselves and their fel
lows in other parts of the Union for
loss of proporty entailed by the riots
on the people- of their own city. If
they do this if it does not all end in
mere talk then they will have re
moved much of the obloquy and re
proach they have cast uion them
selves. I hy did not commit the out
rage that was done by the rohliers-
and they proimse to pay it liecause it
was done in their name. It will lie
heroic when it is done.
i.AKiii: numiicr 01 tne employees
of the Iiiniisville & Nashville and
(Jreat Southern Kailroad met last
week, and sent a note to Superintend
ent ( ;eddcs, stating that they would
defend the projierty of the company
against all niols and incendiaries.
Thus spoke the Southern men. There
are no communists anion-; Southern
railroad men. It is very significant
that this noble action of the Tennes
see r.-iilri;il men should have taken
place under Siiermtendciit (ieddes,
who is not only one of the Ik-si of rail
road men, but also one of the most
perfect gentleman and kindest men in
all our knowledge.
MM 8E1MAHY !
Bowling Green, Ky.
THE FIFTH TERM of this Institution
Will open on the lirst Monday in Septem
ber, with n thorough Faculty in u;l tlie sol
i 1 1 and iiriinnieutal branches.
For further p.ut leuliirs, address,
Ki;V. J. M. HAIKI;!,, principal,
nug'i It. Bowling Urcen, Ky.
I'y virtue of two lifii to me directed
litniitlie Worshipful County Court of Mau
ry I'oiinty, Tennessee, at tlie July term, l.s7,
lii r.ivm hi .liilin M. itlckey, use of A.N.
A kin, Clerk, vs. James F. lioiuilsou, Ct al.,
I will nirer for sale for cash to the highest
Wilder, al the court-house door in the town
! Columbia, on Monday, tlie 3d day of (Sep
tember ik.M, all t lie right, title, claim and
interest that :iid lioiialson has lu and to
I lie lolI. wins described tract or parcel of
laud, Nil uali d in the S!ate of Tennessee,
Maury county, t ill civil district, being the
place u here said defendant, J. F. lionalson
iniw ri sMm, iiml liiiuudnl liy Iho lands of
M. F. )o:i:iso:i, Silas Kilihen and Akin,
coiilaiuni ninely acres, he tlie same more
or lesv, jeul ievie.1 uiHin as the property of
snid.l.F. I I'uialson, lo satisfy said execu
tions. Hale in in wtiil hours.
W.M. A. ANKXANDKR, Sheriff.
i:y L. II. ALt.vA.Nutu, Dep'y Sheriff.
Allans! :jd, W7.
Meeting of Stockholders.
'flu' r.Kular annual convention of the
Hlocklioldcis of the Huek Kiver ICalley Kail
road Company will he held at the County
Court llooni, I omnium, lemi., on J uenuay
lbe J lh day ol sepicmiier, is. .. 11 Is earu
I'silv reiiue.-.ted that each shareholder shall
be ires:nl, and reprcscnled at the lueeliu
cither in person or proxy, to vole in th
election lor a in rectory to serve tho ensu
lngycar. Very Kespectfully,
UK i. CI1I MJltESS, Sec',
Marshall Uiizelte, I- ayf tte ville Ex
press and Waverly Jourhal please copy,
Market Price for Grain!
A. TYLER & CO.,
And dealers in
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS l F"
Vf.1. SHACKLETT & CO.,
Juno 15, I877.-3m.
, per bi
it, per bu..
Choice, Sew Orleans
I n barrels 2 2 50
Tolet. per dozen
Shaving, per dozen
Timothy and Herds Urass nr. ton 1" 0U(!i2O0O
Flour and Meal-
txira amily T.oocj'J 00
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
15, 17 & 19 N. Market St.,
NASHVILLE, : : : : TENN.
Having determined to close Business, we offer our entire Stock of
AT COST FOR GASH. AUTB
LESS THAN COST II
Containing a srlendid line of
Whit Goods, .Dross Goods, Staple and
Boots, Shoes, &c., &c.
inose wisnine to purchase any goous in our line win do wnii to run itnmniiintoiv- n
, personB indented to us py note or uvoouut, win piease call and settle at once.
juiyz-L-m. j. 1j. IUiN JLiA.I fc CO
The Imported Williams Singer Sewing
Machines are precisely the same as ttie
American .Sinner, in their workings and
appearance, but much superior in Points of
Finish and Materials.
We assert aud are prepared to substanti
ate tlie fact, that we are offering Sewing
Machlhes superior in every way to any of I
American manufacture. The working parts
oi our machine are
Made of the very Best English Steel,
and hence Curability is
Every machine warranted as repre-
sehtd. Satisfaction guaranteed or money
refunded. Repairing of all kinds sewing
machines promptly attended to.
H. W. HAYES,
48 Forth Market i- treet, 2d North of Union,
i: mum vi1
Machines sent C. O,
Java coffee per Tb.,
mguayra per m
Klo per Ih..
roasted per in ....
A. Coffee sngar per in
C. Yellow sugar per it
Bright N.O. per m
Cut Loaf per t
Crushed per U. lVAig,W2
Powdered per It. 156
Granulated per lb 14(315
Mackerel No 1 1 3ni 75
... r-., o....
White per m
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will attend strictly to business entrusted
to him in any of the courts of Maury and
adjoining counties, and lu the Supreme and
Federal Courts at Nashville. Collections
and settlements of all kinds attended to
Office Whltthorne Block. may!2-7
T.E. Winstead. R. O. Wiustead,
Columbia and Maury County people" vis
iting Nashville may rest assured that they
ran obtain the very bsst meals the market
affords at reasonable rates. Also tlie purest
and best of Drinks and Cigars at my stand,
cornar of Deaderlck and Cherry Streets,
J. B. ASHT0N, J. P. McGAW,
Turkeys " '
I iried Peaches
H Ides l(-irc..rk
Hides ( ury).j::::::::;::::::::;;;;;:;:z Wavi
Rice per R
Cheese per ft
Honey per It
Raisins per D
Currants per m .
Candles per If
Starch per It.
Bran per cwt
Shorts per cwt
Hominy per tt
Nails per It
T. E. WINSTEAD & CO.,
Dealers in Fashionable
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises
Umbrellas, Traveling Bags, &c,
No. 7. N. Cherry St., opposite Mas well House,
A. B. COrELAXD.Suleaman. JulyB-fy
Merchant and Custom Millers. Orders so
licited and filled with dispatch. Custom
Grinding done to order, and satisfaction
guaranteed. Cash paid for wheat and corn.
FOR SALE Four good Turbine Water
Wheels, almost new, for less than half the
original cost. Also, Bevel gearing. Spin
dles and counter-shaft, complete for a two
run mill. Address,
ASHTON & McUAW,
Ju)y6-3m. Columbia, Tenn.
H. B. EDMISTON'S
School for Boys !
Will begin its next session on MONDAY,
ArGU.ST20TH.lS77. Thorough instruction
given in Languages, Mathematics and Nat
Terms for tuition as follows, payable
Primary Classes, . . . ft 00
Intermediate Classes, ... 5 00
Advanced Classes, . ... 6 00
Reference is madx, by permission, to the
following gentlemen, who have been pa
trons for ttie last two years: W. J. An
drews, W. S. Fleming, A. M. Looney, T, B,
Rains, J. M. Williams, W. B. Wlton.
Order of Publication
II. K. Fain ) In Chancery
vs. Y at
Mary Fain. J Newburg, Teuucssee.
1 1 anitcarimi lo me from complainant
bill, which is sworn to, that Mary Fain
1st lie ilclcndant In this cause, and is a lion
lesidciit ol the State of Tennessee, so that
the ordinary process ol law cannot be serv
i'il uiiDii her: 11 is inert-lore oruered uy 111
that publication he made In the Herald and
Mall, a newspaper published ill the town ol
Column!:', reuii.. lor lour cousccmiv
weeks, the last of which t-hall be at Itlist
one week before the next sitting of on
Cluiucfrv Court, to lie held at the court
house in tlie town of Newhurg, Iwis conn
Iv. Tennessee, on Thursday, the :)0th day of
Aincust next, reiiuiri ng the said defendan
to anncar and plead, answer or demur t
coiunlaiiiaiii's hill, or the same will be tak
!! for confessed as lo her and set for hear'
inn c xnarlc.
July 1:1, ls77. W. II. FLANIGAN, C. & M
In Chancery at Columbia,
J. W. Fairish ct al., vs. Elizabeth Parrish
i t al.
!.lu tins cause it appearing to the Court
liorn an order heretolore entered, that the
vesuniiceol A. O. 1. ... I'.iriish, John Ash
Ion and Francis Ashtou are unknown, so
1 hat the ordinary process of law cannot be
Ki'i vi l himiii them: it is therefore ordered
Hint nulilieal lo'i he made for four consecu
live weeks in the Columbia Herald aud
.Mail, a ncws.;fper published in the town o
Columbia. Mit'.iv county. Tennessee, re-
t.uii iiiy said defendants lo appeur at the
licit lei 111 ol tins com t, to be neld Kt the
voui t-house in I he town ol Columbia, on the
lust .Moinlav in October. Is... and plead
jiiiswi r or.li iimr lo conii-laiuant's bill, or
4 he same will betaken lor conessetl and set
Sor iiciiiiuii cxpurte as to them.
A ugtist .i, 1--;;. J 1. 1!. C( M ipEK, C. A M.
jstate ol Tenncss. e vs. M is. Sarah E. Sarvin
l.v virtue of a decu e of the Honorable
f'liaiie.iv Court al Columbia, Tennessee,
r -ndred al tic Apiil term I liereof April
17, IsTV 111 lije al. e styled cause, 1 will
proceed 10 sell ut the court-bouse door In
the ton 11 ol Columbia, to the highest aud
is si 1, 1. n! r, oil tlie lMh ii:.'.v of August, 1S77,
l he i.il lowing described liousi- ;iKt lot. situ
iiied in the iou n ol Columbia, on South
.Main si ri 1 ( ; and UMindcd as lollius: lie
miiiim ill j". J A Viamler's corner in said
Kicct uormei'iy i.ieeii i.i'ahiim's corner);
running west'uith II. e south iHiundary
line oi said Alexander .'Jll !( to II rock
4111 nei ; t bene-soul h lii feel to a hole in a
1 nek; I neiicc cast Z ti ct to 1 rock corner;
I tit nee south 7 lie! to ti rock corner; thence
a: I : l:et lo a nil uer in I he street; thence
!i;i!h le t to the hiinniii; it Is ing the
; mil" puicb.isi i( iy . K.. Kent from M.
) fin. t he deed ol uhicii Is ietlslered ill the
.Hi'uMCi Vel'ic- ol .Mauiy county, in Book
il.. Vn'.J. Said lioiise ami lot. will bo sold
u the iol!ii iim tenns: One-liith cash,
l:e balance lit live i-'iu.tl yearly instal
ni. i.ls. The i:ixi:asi r or ptiichasers will be
n .iuin it lo t'xceiii " ' s H !l Ii i;ooil an,! np-
.ei! -i ci.ntv, niti . 'ai i.-riiiiig iroiu nine,
1111. 1 a lien 1
July 1 :, is
CXKU'EII. C,4 M.
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TEMPLE OF MUSIC. Cornell & Buchnau,
Sole Agent for the
Established in 1835.
The Oldest in America.
No. 15 North Hammer St., Nashville, Tenn
o. i,i,i nroaaway, jvew Vork;
No. 203 Canal Ht-, N. O.
Open all the year.
J. W. DOLBEAR,
Author of "Dolbear's Science of remnan-
Bhip," jvo. 15 North Hummer Hi..
Book-Keeplnfr, 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
uiue on mat wnicn is uneriy useless, xne
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. Kach business house Is con
fined to a repetition of the small variety of I
imuMKiions in mat particular nouse, ana
to one form of keeping books, while teach
ing should include all varietie and forms.
The learning of book-keeping is an excel
lent exercise of the mind and constant
practice in Spelling, Writing and Arithme
tic, and for these reasons ought to be taught
ui ctu eiti ly age
Wklllne, the Dol bears have, bv thirtv
years experience, reduced to the certainty of
science and they have invented
certain to all
a system of hand
dition of the
who follow its instructions.
six to sixty years of axe can. In a short, learn
to write with ease and elegance, however
cramp ana stiff the writing may be at first.
PhOBOKrophy is easily learned, and re
porting is very prontauie, ana tne most im
proving uusiness a young man can be in.
Some ladies are now receiving ten dollars
per aay as reporters.
TERMS Payable In Advance.
Business writing ..i0
vsai time twenty lessons of one hour
each, but the lessons not limited. Noex
tra for puns, books, paper, etc.
Hook-keeping, single entry S20
ull course single and double entry $50
i ins memoes Dooks ana stationery. No
extras. Usual time one to three months.
I'upiis pay lortne books used In this art.
Board and lodging from So to 87 per week.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Room No. 2C Colonade Building,
NASHVILLE, ... TENN.
Will attend to all business entrusted to
tils care with promptness. Kefers to Third
ri n hn n nn n. riri lm jump nun a uto mito
A. D. FRIEBS
Wholesale ami Jicttiil Oculrr in
AIL KINDS OF HOOKS!
AT BOTTOM PRICES!
t'HKAPKIt THAN AN VON F. !
And all kinds of Plain and Fancy Stationery, tit prices to suit all cus
tomers. rj?" Agent also for the fhicst ami sweetest toned Or
gans TUP SMITH AMKHICAN.
CALL AND SEE HIM-NO. 20 PUBLIC SQUARE, COLUMBIA, TENN.
Lamps, Cutlery, Spoons, Castors,
"Window Shades, Etc.
STOVES, TINVAEE, ETC.,
As low as they can be sold,and for Roofing, Guttering and Repairing, call at
No. 9 South Main Street, .... COLUMBIA, TENN
If you propose to build or Improve your property, call and examine our new
MARBLEIZED MANTELS. They are handsome and chean.
J uly 20, 1877. y. R. EL AM & CO-
We are sole Agents for Maury County for
JL JEL 33 3 353
LLER 11 SEPARATOR
National Bank of Nashville.
Mason & Hamlin,
W Special attention
and repairing, at Lamb
Klven to painting
fc Boyd's Factory,
Hhnct Music and Himill Musical Hoods.
Orders Promptly Filled- on monday, august 6th, i877,
I will Guarantee to sell a Better In
strument for Lieas Money than
any house in the South.
Jas. A. IYIcCluro,
Union betwen Summer & t'lierry Sts.,
FOR SALE AND RENT.
I have a new l'iano and Orenn, Imtli of su
perior lone ami linisli. containinu all mod-
ern liiipnivenicnus. Mint 1 oiler lor Kale at
ball price, l'.otli iiisiriimentH are tally war
ranteil to irive sal isfaol ion. Also, some sec
ond Inind l'iuos lor sale or rent on reasona
ble terms, HOiiT. I). SMITH,
Manftj oO-tim. Columbia, Tenn.
A. G. ROULSTONE,
STIX, IBBBSE & CO., :Ii
TitcomYi & Towler,
Al the Old Statul, Cornrr South Main St.
uml 1'ublio Hijuare,
North West Corner of Third
Mum i s I-
WM. J. WILLIAMS,
rX"lio J" Jill Term
SEPTEMBER THE .3, 1X77
rAND DEALERS IN
All Kinds andtEyery Style apd Slrm
of Burial Cases, Caskets Cof
fins and O loss White Finish-
I will proceed to sell for cash to the highest
bidder, at the court-house in the town of
Columbii, the following described property.
tosatisly corporation taxes lor tne town oi
Columbio lor ibib:
Oid Alexander, HH feet. Free street, S1230;
er SI rt; clerk SI (i; oonstable 1
Dick lirown. colored, Mi feet, llinb street.
Sii '2'k printer si oo: clerk Si UO: constable ?1 :
K. F. Utsll, grocery house, SoUO: printer
51 oil; clerk fl UD; constiible irl 20.
Oeo. Cook, col, Ili;;li sireet.resideiice.SSSO:
printer si oti; clerk ti un;coniau:e 51 ix.
J. T. liavis, 1(10 feet. East Market, S-'Mi:
printer $1 at); clerk Si ; constable SI 'ii.
Wiley Ueoi'K?, Market street, S-5 36: printer
81 50: clerk SI 00: constable SI a).
Wm. Ualloway, 'M feet East Market, 8375:
printer SI 60; clerk 61 DO; constable SI l.j.
Adam Holms, 10J feet High street, Si 13:
printer Si 50; clerk 81 on; constable SI 12.
Tom limine, col., KM leet High alreet, So 00:
printer?: 5(1; clerk SI no; constable SI ).
J. l. Hackney, Free street, 2 lots, residence
S12 oo: printer SI 50; clerk SI 00; constable
D C Helm 22 ffeton square, store house,
813 75: printer 1 50; clerk 1 no; cons. able 2 75.
Fount Ingram, acre. Market street, S2 50:
printer 1 5o; clerk f 00; constable 1 00.
John Johnson, Garden street, residence,
$6 00; printer 1 5o; clerk 1 00; constable 1 20.
Columbia F. A. M. Lodge, Garden street,
vacant, SI2 60: printer 1 5o; clerk 1 00; con
stable 1 50.
Mra.E. McDonald, Market Btreet, 80 00:
printer 1 50; clerk 1 On.
Leeman Oatman, 150 feet High street, resi
dence, H3 "5: printer 1 50; clerk 100; consta
ble 2 75.
Leonadus Polk estate, vacant 16 acres.
SI0 00; printer 1 50; clerk 1 00; constable 1 -10.
Waller IMIlow, adni'r, High street, 2 lots,
liter 1 .id; clerk 1 00; constable 'i .
kens, Embargo street, Sti 25; printer
. 1 00: constable 1 25.
lan Terry, col., tiardeu street, residence.
S3 75: printer 1 50; clerk I 00; constable 1 15.
J li Woodslde, 100 feet Market st, vacant,
81 88: printer 1 50; clerk 1 OO; constable 1 01.
LU Walker Ho feet Market street, 82 50:
printer 1 50; clerk 1 00; constable 1 05.
RH Jamison. 50 feet Sonth Main street,
817 71: printer 1 50; clerk 1 00; constable 1 70.
traiiK Anns, coi., lieini anuiiion, tl im
printer 1 50: clerk 1 00; constable 1 10.
Cary Booker, col.. Helm addition, S2 50;
nri titer 1 50: clerk 1 00; constable 1 10.
Bob Hxrdison, Co!., Helm addition, S- 13;
prlctcr 1 50; clerk 1 00; constable 1 10.
Mrs. Sarah Heard, South Main, residence,
817 50: nrinter I 50; clerk I 00; constable 1 70.
Mrs E V Jamison, (io feet South Main st,
vacant, SO 25; printer 1 0; clerk 1 00; consta
ble 1 2 .
UeiWJones esiate, Spring street, 83 75:
printer 1 50; clerk 1 OH; constable 1 15.
Aleck Miller, col., Ulade street, S2 50; prin
ter 1 50: clerk 1 00; constable 1 10.
WLMurpliy, ;i feet South Main street,
store, Sil 35: printer 1 50; clerk 1 wl; consta
ble d no.
Ieman Oatman, South Main Slreet.SlO 00;
printer 1 50; clerk 1 00; constable I 40.
v aner riiiuw , huiii r,uiuuc mm r.mDargo
streets, -I acres, 6 25; printer 1 50; clerk 1 00;
constable 1 50,
' James Riley, egl, Kl feet South Main st,
S3 50: printer 1 50; clerk 1 tK; constable 1 10.
Jake Stephens, col, lio spring street, resi
dence, 80 63; primer 1 .50; clerk 100; consta
ble 1 20.
Angellne Sniitb, lio feet Ulude street, S3 13:
printer 1 5o; cleik 1 ml; constable 1 12.
Frank Williams, cut, loo feet Helm addi
tion, S3 50; printer 1 50; clerk 1 on; constable
' J" B WcKXlside, Mechanic street, S"J 00;
printer i ou; cierii i i.f; cousinuiu i im.
Mrs N E Woodsirte, residence Shrine st,
loo feet, railroad, S22 50; printer I o0; clerk
i im; constaoie i w.
The Only Perfect Clovor Machine Manufactured.
Also, coniiilete lK'k of
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!
Oi'it).siTE Maxwell House,
NASHVILLE, - TENN.
HARDWARE AND LEAT
HARNESS AND SADDLES,
21a O iS ,
Avery, Diamondlron and Chilledlron Flows,
CIDER MILLS, GRAIN DRILLS,
HOBLSK UiLY RAKES,
3SpX "W -A. Q- O 3XT jS
GUM AND LEATHER BELTING,
No. 45 Union Street. NASHVILLE, TENN.
The unders!cned baviiiK purchased the entire stock, working instruments' and unod
will of tlie GIF.KS ART tiA LLEHY, would respectfully nnnounce ttiat be Is Hilly iiv:ir
etl and determined to maintain tlie reputation of the eslablislmifiit as tlie FIIIST Ait I"
(iALLKKY In the Siiutlii-rn States. All improvfiiient.s in photography arc proiiijillv
adopted, and all our work guaranteed to give srt isiact Ion.
AV. JJ- AHxTltO(J.
July 2o, lS77.-ly. Kucccssor to I'ni'i 0. tin-rs, l-.;c'd.
JOSH 6. BAILEY &
NO. 2S NORTH SIDK PUBLIC StJUAKK
(AT LEE A ItKYAK'N M STAMl
Drugs, Medicines, Ohemicah,
Perfumery, Fancy Toilet Articles,
PURE WINES AUD LIQUORS,
For Medical Purposes, together with all articles usually kept on sale lu u
FIRST -GLASS DRUG STORE.
Special Attention to Physician's Prescriptions, which will be filled at all
Hours, DAY OR NIGHT.
liKAl'MOXT lirtJHKS is with tin-1 foil-.-, nii.l w ill s -1 . -1 Mm
many tnciiils, In- having hail lii'tirlv four Vfiirs fXiH-vi'-tH-c, m Mr.
(;i many of his oM frioinN know), was foiiiic'i-lcl with M'-sr-. J'r A
lufoiL' the war, for rive years. .i"!.vl
- 1 1 1
Eye, Ear, and Throat Institute.
No. 9 North High
C 1 1 AllM-J 2 1 1 i: I .)
Street, near Corner Chare'-' Street.
Office hours from 10 A. m. to 1 r. i., and from to ii i1. m.
FREE DISPENSARY FOR THE POOR ONLY.
Open from 2: J0 too:) i m. daily (Sundays excepted, Julyii-ly.
Drugs, Medicines Chemicais. Fsiirj!
HOAPS, COMBS AND lMUSHKW,
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Bracos, Fancy and Toilet
Articles, Books and Stationery, Kerosene Oil,
Lamps and Chimneys,
Garden Seeds, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
And Dye StulF, Etc, Etc.,
Pure Wines and Liquors ror Medicinal purposes, l'attnt Medicines, etc.
MACHINE AUD LARD OIL.
BOOKS, STATIONARY, WALL PAPER, SHADES,
Picture Frames, etc.
i In' found in a
ALL KINDS HARNESS AND LEATHER WORK MADE
OR REPAIRED PROMPTLY.
I have moved my slock of Hooka, l'ic-lures, and in fuel, everything t
rst-clawi book Store to my Old Stuud, next door to the 1'osl Ollii-e, ji m,-.i I
COME OWE ! COME ALL ! f
To the People's popular low prk-e llmik Store.
tr The Oldest Established Jewelry Uouso in tho City
J". P. STRE3BT c? OO-,
H K, Wbite.tilade Btreet, SUOC; printer I 50;
t'irrulrtrs stntlnir course of study, mid oth-
r i:irticulHiH, will tie Kent on anpiieHtion
to R.v . UKO. BKCK KIT, Keetor,
julyl.t-im. 'o;n;bia, Tenn.
Attends promptly to all iialls, lu town or
Kiirioiin.liiig colli. 'ry. n:e Hearses and
aent le horses, and al l at red not d prices. Al-
hj s ready. Air Tiylit nl Waterproof Ca
ses and iitskets. l'laln Walnut IoIIiuh ten
dnlliirs. 1 will deliver nt any depot nn the
raiiioad. WJI.J. WILLIAMS,
Cor. Main & St. John Sis. febl-77-6ni
clerk 1 ID:
Jas It Hode, Siashville pike," SI 75
ter I Ouj clerk I U); couslable J ?u.
K H and J H Jamison IV) feet South Mair,
?lj.)u: piiniei i .: l-icia i v.', cunnuiuii1 l .jil.
W C Aydelntt, i Uvl H.jth Mre. t, gs
printer 1 ai; cleik 1 W; conslable 1 SI.
J O Hailey. Spring street, residence, fril ;
printer 1 jii; clerk 1 nn; constable im.
John Brown, col, 1!H feet Kmlnr-o street.
vacant. 811 : printer 1 ou; clerk 1 uu; consta
ble 2 iv..
I lu if ..J f.!1,;4. M, MLW, JJ?eL,'"ru.e".
n 1 LK sum! IIUITEk! rwl " 4i r"m ttW"1'"J ThowuowT prlI
i erfiuininw, im u-r-T-. i ter 1 on; cierK i u.i;c-uihihih t n,
Bon Aqua Springs!
This I'iiui uiii-ji Miiimier resort, IiH'ated
I -lil niiles Iioiii lUm A'tuit Sialion, tliirty-
lO.eniijes fiom -Niisli ville, on tlie Nashville
and Noiliiwostern luiSriaul, will I.eop-u lor
Hn- r. e. piioii ol isiiors on June intli, 1S77.
TUe :ii4-i tif Ihesi- Sji inys are eeleliratel
oi ili.-.i i.-. ui .-r.itive i;eis un delicate
i, :,u,i i n. till. ii. hlialtieii an l exnausieu
('iistiiutioiis. Us well us lor tliecure ol lis-a-.s;l
the alimentary canal, dyspepsia,
eh i mi.- l on i lieu, eoiislii-alioii ami sum met
, ..in j I.oiOs.,i i l.ilOK li. ills, usi-s ol the kid
lev s mid i-kni, and meiisirual diseases, etc.
ilieio.el ln tweeii Hon A'tia and J'riiiim
i inns hits l.een well woi Red, lnxde plain
, i .i ii.uil lor ii.ivelin-. A liaek willruu
Ji tueeii I hise iioiuts Iwn-e a week.
V. II. Kt 'SSKI.L,
juu-iui. J - li. W IN U L"KN JJ.
Kor tlie acoinijudatton of cuslomerH. nr-
U-r June 41 h, we will deliver Milk and llut
ter ironi j::ti) to 7 a. in.- and fioui 5 to 7 l. in..
Sunday even i ii k exeeputl. Order for lari;e
niiioiiiiiK huiii on snort nonce. - niH-ral
tisrount ou orders Kr benevolent imriuK'-es.
he patroiiaue of tlie eopIe is sollcilil
we will try Hi plea-e an. l'atrotis and oth-
rs desiring milk, foetwen and after hours
for dell very, will always rind a supply at
lieiKit, Luar7ju JC Kusnton s grocery
unci" Ou i.'lP South side of tho Square
wilb Wilkes Bulloiuli. lebltt-77-ly
Goy 'iiient Claim Agency.
Now is the time to file your Claims
Wholesale and Retaif,
AT Tl i k
real's, W nrf 1S12 and iMil. All Halms for
jiroiH'i ty (Hkeu by the Keleral army dm in :
the late war. and arrylnij the Mall In-.'ore
the war, collected will Ine u; nal dlspaieh
Fersous from a dln;an,ce can coiunniulcnie
with I lie undersigned. .11 business attend
ed lo nroniplly. Oifix under Hrraid and
M at I, No. -"j Not tl) Uuiu btiect.
Maxell ltt-77-ly. J. 1 WXLBOy.
f.rl II 1 1 1 1 1 1 III I li.MllLIIl
MRS. M. J.
BRYANT, Ag t.
- Butterick patterns ior aate blan.p
liit i'U l i'lukina Uuue 10 QPivc. Juue-t
DC Helm, 172 leet Median le, residence.
l. leet IliKli,$tUi; nriuUr 160; clerk 1 Ui:
constable : ."!.
Ii8 ! K J:mlson, lmi feet Mcclianic and
lw lect'lllith, tts: nr, piiuler M; clerk I W;
It , Hendicy, 75 nih street, life, S10 ;VS
printer I ."Mi; clerk 1 in); eoustHble J t.'i.
It K tewarl, feel (Jolieue street, SI 13;
printer 1 Sij clerk 1 Uiij eoustable 1 in
Mis M ry I'idwcll, lno fea South Main
street. SI 1 i"; printer 1 oil; clerk 1 ui; consta
Uui iiianilon estate. is reet Kouin Main
street. Ho UU; pi inter 1 00, clerk 1 till; consta
ble 1 tu.
Timmonn and Imvis, Spring 60 HlBjh
street, fa 1'f; printer I ji clerk lot) consla
ble 4 ItJ.
W. K. D0BS01T,
(.iiurch .Street, t'onier South Cherr y
NASHVILLE, TENN. -
Tl 1 13 LAT1MT
ITew York, Paris
CAS BE FOUND AT
Draper and Tailor,
No. Si Si orth Cherry St., - 'NASHVILLE. I
KA8T HIDE PUBLIC .SQUARE,
niayl- . -Jin.
Greo . Pt.Gxllaoii n & Co.,
WATCHES, JEWELRY and DIAMONDS,
Cierlisg and Plated Sllyerware, Spectacles, Odd Fens, Clocks, kz.,
MAXWELL HOUSE, - - NA8HVILLK, TJJNJNT
lverwaro Made to Ordir.
Notice to Tax-Payers.
Owing lo the po.rtponement of the collec
tion of the taxes, pud lor the benefit of per
sons who may desire to pay their State aud
County taxes. I will be at my office In Co
lumbia, on every Monday from this dale
tintit the-A-tb of October, lbTl.
Wy tu-U. Wi T, tDWAUDS, TlUiiee,
WE want Cash customers ronr our
WOltGO or WUtiAll
CANE MILLS and
jepiVON UlN Ap TURlaEB
AxuhiMy Safe from Fire by Sparks.
The only Engine safe and suitable for run
ning Cotton (i I us. Oral u Threshers, etc.
We can furnish at low prices tlie lest
Plows, Cultivators, Threshers, Fan Mills,
Wagons, or any olber kind of Improved
iiiiincmruui, raacniaery, ur r icia iseens.
cna stamp lor rrice i ,'
i , : T
Llst and ciren
H. JONES d
im im-hHTiI'i f iiiilnlfi m ilia, (SuVl'V f
AT BOTTOM PRICES FOR CASH.
I have the et S(M-k i.f
Ladies', Misses' aud Childrens' Gaiters, French
Kid Button Boots, Front and Side Lace
Boots, Pebble and Kid
ALSO A FULL LINK OF
Canfield's Celebrated Gold
mil mm nr mm inn niirv cnnrrRiFvi
I ULL VIUUI1 VI UIMILLHIIU IHI1UI VIIUULIIILU
Imported and Domestic
( 'It KOI, K
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO MERCHANTS.
JfZMr sj vjra.ivAJa mm,
Vui. Muiu aud liight Sts., . . . COLUMBIA, TKNN.
I have n eholeo a-ssortmeut. lncludi' ...
8telm'scusUiiniiiadegooKls. - evury uesiranio novelty, Alio n full lino 01
mm a e m O
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