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THE HERALD AND MAIL.
Friday Morning, August 10, 1877.
Tut drulMng (he Turks gave the
RussiiiiiH ut Plovna will i-omjicl reln
rorcfineiits y (In- latter, and itumjm5
a rlnuiju' of hasc.
Maksiiam, a nui(- m of Col. V.
N. illM, our Sivrt'tary of State, re
ivnlly met a sad fate. Hi horse
threw him, and d:ihod hi brains out
aiiiiiotst a treo.
The (Jeorpria constitutional eonvon
f ion has al(ited the tax-paying quali-I'u-ation
for voters, and proposes to pro
vide for the election of .supreme court
judges by the legislature.
AVliat i" calletl (he Murphy Temper
ance Movement, has been in operation
in Nashville for neveral weeks. Many
persons signel the pledge. Mr. Mur
phy is a wonderful temperance orator,
and the movement is named for him.
From the J Lebanon Herald printery
wc have a copy of the "Journal of
Proceedings of the Tennessee Press
Association nt its seventh annual
session, held at Clarksville, June 21,
1877." It is lieautifully printed.
Khaxcis Thacy Wai.wohtii, who
hliot and killed his father in a New
York hotel, on the thirty-first of June,
1H7S, was pardoned by (Joveruor Ttol
inson on Vednes.-lay, and released
from the penitentiary. Another evi
dence of a mother's love.
The Americiwi Association for the
Advancement of Science will meet in
Nashville on the 2Uth of August. It
will probably be one of the most dis
tinguished Uxlies that ever assembled
in our State. le arned men from all
s 'ctions wi!l be there, and the discussion-will
probably le equal or superir
or lo any in America. Of course Co
lumbia will be represented.
The Pan-Presbyterian Council at
f'llinburgh has Iecn in session Home
time, and is one of the grand-st bodies
of men that ever assembled, contain
ing as it does preachers of this most
intellectual church from every por
tion of the world. Dr. Stuart Jtobin
S n, of Louisville, has made a stronger
impression on tbe Council (ban any
other man from America. He has
preached in Columbia, and is every
where known as n giant in
intellect. The venerable Doctor
Win. S. Phimer, of South Caroli
na, in his ssth year, has also made a
line inipres.-ion, by his kingly and pa
triarchal appearance. He appealed
t the Council to do something in the
way of minions for the negroes in the
Southern States. TheKoinan Catho
lic Church was doing nil it could to
get possession of the negroes, and the
order had gone out from Home,
"Never mind the noise if you can get
the men." Dr. Plunier said the most
eloquent preacher he ever heard in his
life was a black man frou Tennessee-
ill1 ! I '.'
The battle of Plevna was but the
kvnete of the struggle which is now
to reu''eli the 1 5a 1 kali peninsula with
ltussian anJ Turkish blood. JJoth
bcHigcrants recognize that this is but
tin mmcuccmciit of a war to the
knife. Turkish re-enforcements are
pouring in from Asia and Egypt. The
Jtussians, who have already put in the
Held in Asia and Europe about 350.000
men, will probablv put forward their
full strength, if ixVessary, of , 500,000
men. 'i'lie whole available force of
Turkey was wt down at tbe com-'
liioiieoinent of the war at .h.,uoo men,
I, ut this numU'r will be largely in
creased by extensive re rulting oil the
hlcppesof Aiia. It is possible that the
Hag of the prophet wlil be unfurled as
a call to the faithful of the Moham
medan faith throughout the world to
come to the defense of their religion,
and, in that case, judging from recent
ivowals of Indian .vionanimeuans,
f:re.-if Ihitain's Moslem wiulatin
.. :n ..l.. ..... ft in tin, ulritiiirln T...J;-
lion at such a juncture as this is impos
sible, as I'.isniarck said a short time
ago. A European power which pro
ceeds to mediation as U'tween lUissia
and Turkey will a.- proceed to in
volve itself in the great war.
"ew Orleans Times of Sunday.
The cull u re of wheat is becoming
liKTe aii'' more a matter of pride and
emulation in Tennessee. Different lo
calities are vicing with each other
which can show tbe largest yield,
This is as it should U. Tennessee is in a
o-ition to cut a wide swarth in the
wheat market, both as to the inianti
tv and quulitv of iu production, and
flie farmers of thai .state cannot jossi
hly turn their attention to a crop more
likely to yield si profitable return for
tlieir laUr than wheat. Not only Is
the soil of thai State particularly
adapted to lite growth of the best
grades of wheat required in the inan
factureofthe letter brand of Hour,
but the State is fcufticiciitly Southern
to enable the crop to ripen and go up
on the market several weeks iu ad
vance of the great hulk of the erois
from oilier Stales. No doubt the re
vival in the spirit of agricultural in
dustry in Tennessee, as lo cereals, has
Itecii brought :ilmt by the improved
navigation of the passes of tlTe river,
and the certainty that a large and easi
ly accessible market is gradually grow
ing tip at New Oilcans.
SALE OF LAND.
J. 1. CI racy vs. Y. P. Ingrain, trustee, et al.
Rv vtrturo of a d crce of the Honorable
Cliiincerv Court, at Columbia, Tenneawe,
rendered at tlio April term, IS.., iu the
above si vll cause, 1 wlil proceed lo offer
lor sale, nt the couil-bousedoor, lu the town
of olumblit, Tennessee, to the uigheHt and
be t bidder, nt public outciy, on tlio 21th
tUv et Meeteiubi-r, 1ST7. the following de
scribed tract t iii.i'1, to-wl.: A tract or lr
vel ol lauil l vim; in ihe s:X!b civil distilct,
of Maurv Co'unl V, Tenr.exeee, ou the wuters
of the e!t protiK of fountain Creek, and
bounded bk lollie.V!-: If. -sliming at a eliln
mpi!i w!iit oak, Fleming'. ciineri thence
soutu Hi ; cum poles to A set roc on
Bovd'3 euMlieuo ? -utli s ;e ,1',' polus to a
.sel'rocit. Din lei lugruai's corner; thence
uorlli e!M pol.-s to u hickory, Tlioiuiwon's
coi u. i: I'iieucy west . poiea to a sour wood;
tlienc . lorih - e jn p .1.8 to a set rod. h ck
.rv an.i white o;l ueiuters, at S ud 12
lmlis; t hence noiili 7-. ; west poles to set
To.-k, beech MiiitM-, Ht SI links; thence
booth Zl ; wikI P')!is lonlake brsnch,
h ieiiiin'Koiiicr, ilii hickory and plum
t-r. st J p-l.x, 11'... links the sanie he
iurf iutti wct f'lom cornel ; Iheuce
south J-; west 2 v)les to Hie bcginriiuit; con
taiuuiK ! acres atul !:; (hiIh.', lie the same
eoiccr M:nl luml will be sold on a
cre..'it of six, t tmvh nnj eighteen n.onths.
lreS lioin tne iKl:"'l equity of redeni
lor. Khu-h ri?bt or cque.y i hereby ex
Kielv cut oil. T he puichser or purcha
t -i Will ie ii-q-.i:rtl to ."Xccute noUs with
Slllkl ,,e,--nM' seivniiy. b'.'iiring lnter.st
?ro:n f;iy of sale, ad a lien routined tor the
payment of lfce ruivhase Jiiotiey INkhscs
Mo'u sui .-outrol ;iot ?veu until a:t?r Janu-
Aus' 1 ' t lerk and Master.
Notice to Contractors.
The Jlfl'iry Centrnl Turnpike Company,
tioivmir Kalll.', r-iy t h.j ..i
un0..ihelr clmntr.w. 11 receive bids until
.s uunlrs tbeisui of Aamist, is,,, for repairs
on iiiiii iBi-onsti uctina the lirM o secUons of
.oiiei.iileeaii. c-mmenelnK at the north
ndol tliol.ridv;ea'.i oii:inhi:i and ermina
tm oear tlio resilience ol Al. Mcllclland.
SpeclRcMiMius can le seen at the Comity
Uoiirt Clerk's cjtice. The miles are raeai
Lfeil ami inarked every qu.iier on the west
,la o' tie pike. AU iia.s iuut be sealed
vi.J lliecld to lfi nuU'-.ijsiiiusd, either
'tnruuvii tiie nst oihce ifJt ut t.iie Comity
V.url t'lerlt'solli.-. The rixhl to xepc-tn.v
and all iids Is reserved, if liui bids are.ac
cfpteil tx.mls will Ixf required of rtie von
Iracuns. jinniil" iua the jwrforinn and
to llnl-li tlieir work by the l"tli of JCoveiU
i,..r. Is. 7. f.J.KWlSii.
,.'J J. I'.'-i v. Scc'y mid Treas.
The nineteenth annual- semion of thin
cliool, under Mr. K. B. Mack, will open
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd, 1877.
By virtue of a vend llioui expouaa isMied
lo me from the I'll cult court of Maury i-ouq-ly.Teniiensee,
attheMay terra, 1S77, in fa
vor of Elijah Baucum va B. K. Cmnroru, I
will sell for caen, tot he highest bidder, at
the courl-houte door In the town of Colum
bia, ou the 3rd day of September, 1877, all
the right, title, claim and interest, being
one-sixth, that B. K. Cranford hag In and to
a tract or parcel of land, situated in the 21th
civil district of alaury county, Tennessee,
and bounded on tbe north by wni. Adkms;
east by Mrs. Arthur Cranford; south by Oeo.
W. Little; went by the heirs of Thomas
Amis, dee'd, containing acres, the same
to be sold as the proper.y of B. F. Cranford,
to satisfy this order of sale and cost. Bale
within legal hour.
WM. A. ALEXANDER,
August 3, 1877. Sheriff.
ROBT. M. McKAY.
H. P. FIGUERS,
McKay & Figuers,
ATTORNEYH - AvT - V,
Will practice In Maury and adjacent coun
ties. Prompt attention given to business
entrusted to them. Office: Brown block,
op stairs, No. H'i south side public square.
E. Roth and wlfe'et al., vs. Robert Kenne
dy et al.
Pursuant to a dncrseof the Vtornbipful
County Court ot Maury county, Tennessee,
rendered at Its Augu-tterm", 1877, in the
above styled caue, I will sell to the high
est and best bidder, at tte court-house door
in the town of Columbia, on Monday, Sep
tember 10, 1877, the tract of land described In
the pleading, lying partly in Maury county
and partly in Lawrence oounty, on the cen
tral road leading from Mt. Pleasant to
Waynesboro, known as the Rob rt ti. Ken
nedy place, and bounded by the lands of
Samuel Stuart, Robert B. Howard and oth
ers, containing J0 acres more or less. Said
land will be Fold on a credit of twelve
months, except the sum of fifty dollars In
cash; note with approved security, and a
lien will be retained for the payment of the
purchase money, cutting off the equity of
August 10, 1877. A.N. AKIN, Cleric.
W. H. Lancaster et al., vs. John C. Lancas
ter et al.
In this cause It being suggested and prov
en that the defendant, Jaiues A. Rust, is a
non-resident of the State of Tennessee, so
that that the ordinary process of law can
not be served upon him, it Is therefore or
dered by tbe court that publication be made
for four consecutive weeks in the Herald
and Mall, a newspaper published in the city
of Columbia, Maury county, Tennessee, re
quiring the said defendant to be and appear
before the County Court of aid county, on
the second Monday in .September, 1877, and
plead, answer or demur to complainant's
bill, or the same will be taken for confessed
aa to him and set lor hearing ex parte.
August 10, 1877. A. '. AKIN, Clerk.
H. E. Pendleton etal., vs. D. C. Helm et al.
By virtue of a decree nt Itin I'nnnni.u
Chancery Court, at Columbia, Tennesxee,
rendered at the April term, 1877, in the
above styled crop, I will proceed to sell to
the highest bidder, at the court house door
In the town of Columbia, on Monday, the
-ith day of September, 1877, the following
described real estate, to-wlt: A certain
bouse and lot lvlnit and heimr in Ufmi xn
2. In the town of Columbia, and bounded as
ioiiows: negmning at ine corner of South
Main and Elchih (formerly Mechanic!
S.reets, known as Jamison's comer; run
ning thence east 70 feet; thence south about
90 feet to a rock wall; thence west lo south
Main street; thence north to the beginning
Kaid house and lot will be sold on a credit of
six, twelve and eighteen months; free from
tue rignt and equity or redemption. The
purchaser or purchasers will be required to
give notes with good personal security,
bearing Interest from day of sale, and a
lien retained for the payment ri the pur
chase money. . B. COOPER,
Augum iu, isii. tiers uu a.t?r.
J. II. Mayes vs. J. G. Klrkman et al.
By virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court at Columbia, Tennessee,
rendered at the April term, 1S77, in the
above styled cause, I will, on the 2ith day of
September, 1877, proceed to offer for sale at
public outcry, to tue mgnest and best bid
dea at tbe court house door in the town of
Columbia the following described house and
lot anu pan oi lot, situated in tne town or
Columbia, Maury County, Tennessee, Dis
trict number t, on Embargo street, and is
known in ihe plan ol said town as lot num.
berbH. Also, one fourth part of adjoining
lot known in said plan as number !; said
lot number :ii fronts on said Embargo street
fifty feet and tuns back two nundied feet to
said lot nnmbcrSfl said lot ftnd part of lot
being the property formerly owned by Ma
ry Uuest deceased. Said house and lot and
part of lot will be sold on u credit of one
and two years, free from tba right or equi
ty of of redemption, which right or equity is
out off and forever " barred. Purchaser or
purchasers will be required to execite notes
with good and approved security, bearing
interest from date, and a lien retain- d fur
the payment of the unpaid purchase money
Aug. 10-77. U.B. COOPER, CAM:
Wm. Doss and wile vs. Lovick Loftin et al.
By virtue ol a decree at the October terra
H75. and revived and renewed at the April
term. 1S77. in the Honorable Chancery
Court, at Columbia, Tennek-see, I will on the
24: h day of Heptember, 1N77, proceed to offer
for sale to the highest and best bidder, at
the courl-lionse uoor in tne town oi Colum
bia, at public outcry, tbe following de
scribed real estate, to-wlt: Situated in the
Btateof Tennessee, Maury county, about
two or more mnes east or coiii'no a, leu
uessee, on the north bank of Duck River,
adjoining the lands of Anna Booker, dec'il,
on the west;B. I.. Urahain oi) tbe north) Da.
vid Witlierspoou ou thu south aud east, and
containing about one nunureu anu tnirteen
acres, more or less. Hald laud will be Fold
on a credit of six and twelve months, freo
from the right or tu.ulty qf lei)liitlou.
The purchaser or purchasers will be re
quired to execute notes, with approve.'! se
curity, b- arlnq iui-ereoUroui date.aud a lien
retained for tho iayment of the purchase
August 10, 177. D. B. COOPER, C. & M.
J. T. and A. B. Kerr vs 1. 1'. Craves.
By virtue of a decree of the Honornble
lUiaucery Court, rendered st the April
term, IsTi In the abovestyied cause, 1 will
on Mouday. the '.'"ilh day of (September, It
proceed lo offer lor sale at the court house
door Ih the town of Columbia, to the high
est and lei.t bidder, at public outcry, the
following desenlied real estate, to-wit: Ly
ing and being in the Ah civil district of
Maury county, leniiesser, anu in.unneu as
follows: liegim ing at a stake, j. m. tow-
' .lrnur till 1 U ri' MtlronilV lino
thence south 57 oles lo a stake in mouth ol
lane with hickory and white 'oak pointers;
thence south Kl' j , enst 17 poles to stnke in
road; thence south IS poles to stake in Kerr's
field; thenoe south 7f'.j ', east 111 poles to
rock, Willi nifKory uu two aogwoou
Mlntei: thence north B0 poles to rock with
black turn and hickory pointers; thence.
west Jt l-ia po.es to rjegiuning, containing
.VI acres ol land. a!d land wtUbeHild sub-
lect to the dower Interest of Mrs. K.irah li,
(raves, which dower Interest, is described
as follows: lieglnnlng at a stake, J. s.
cowden's corner, the same benig the begin
nins corner nf whole traot: tliAoe south 47
ole to a stake, hickory and white oak
pointer thencesonth iH'i , esst 17 poles to
a suike ni cenireoi roan; fieiice soutn s., ,
enst 4U iMiles to stake In road: thence noith
77'.. ast 10 poles to tke In centre of road:
thcn'ie iiorth passing Just west ot a spring
4 poles, 18 links to set rock, lit 'inks north
west f beech pointer; thence west (itt :is liu
poles to a u'ninuingiwim.'MniPK au-m acres,
.Said land will ho sold on a credit of six and
twelve month", except the sum of one huu-
dred dollars rftsh. The puiehaver or pur-
cnaKers win iw retjuireu io ex.euie uoits
with ucsid ami approved Stcuilty. Iiearinu
Inteiesi from d.de, and alien retained for
tue psyiueutof tne pureiiase money and
notes. P. B. lOOPEIt, n.
Aug. 10-77. Clerk and Master.
THE SAHHV1LLK WFFKI.Y BANNER,
published at the 1 w figure of
One'Illar nod Filly Cent per Tear ,
should le taken hy every farmer fu the
SUite. it contains
Full Telegraphic Intelligence
from all parts, carefully prepared market
reports, editorials on current topics, and a
choice and ample variety ot selected mat
ter. It. is, par ex-elleiioe, the paper for
those who wish to keep up with the times.
Its cheapness commends It to all, and Its
value ns news medium renders it almost
Indcsremable to the family circle.
Hpeclrueu copies sent free on application.
Address THK RANKER,
Or flri'-J to your Postmaster or the nearest
Agent of the I'anner.
Boot and Shoe .Maker,
South EoibargG S:ree,
Columbia, : : Tonnessee.
i.wiminuvto my old customers and
oJ'ers, that 1 Klin maae ijkis anu r-mie,
nndttitt nooneelse Is anthorlxed to sell
tUeai.. Any person or merchant pretending
to sell lJoot.8 V-Shoes, Is defrauding the
nuljic . VorTie is tUink tf"'"":,. .
'av ps.77.ly. 'V2, V1
I I.DI I! HILLS!
Market Price for Grain!
WM.SflACKLETT & CO.,
June 15, I877.-3m.
Corn, per bn 4.rxj?o0
Wheat, per bu 85(110
Oats ... 35440
Choice, New Orleans 7100
Choice Oolden 75c100
Hyson . 75(125
Imperial 40m 125
Gunpowder 75ml 25
Oolong 4( 125
English Breakfast 75(125
In barrels 200(3250
Karon Imperial 420
Extra . 4 25
Extra Olive 425
Tolet. per doxen... 353250
Shaving, per doxeu.... 0O0IOO
Timothy and Herds Grass pr. ton 15002000
Flonr and Meal
Choice HOOfalu 00
Extra Family 7.00yo0
Java coffee per ft sic
Eaguayra per lb S5c
Bio per lb 21M25
Klo roasted per lb sac
A. Coffee sugar per lb . 13(911
Yellow sugar per lb 12(g,12
Bright N.O. per lb 1214
Cnt Eoaf per It 15(tl
Crushed per lb Wid&A
Powdered per lb 15c
Granulated per tb 14(gl5
Mackerel No 1 1 50((il 75
Mackerel, No. 8 i 00
White per lb 10c
I riHh Potatoes (i30
irieu Apples , io,
Dried Peaches lOial'21
t toes eureen)
Hides (Dry) IO(tU
lllce per lb 8al0
i:neese per n 17i.20
Honey per ... 12m.V,
Raisins per It a25
Currants per lb . 15c
Caudles per lb 20(425
SUirchperlb . , sn,io
Bra n per cwt yoal 00
Short per cwt 1 55
Beans jier Ih nc
Hominy per lb 40
Nails per lb 4(5
Titcomb & Towler,
Al the Old Stutul, fVirner fitnth M(Un St.
and 1'ublie Squurr,
M ACI1 1 M S.
The liiiooited Williams Slmrer Sewine
Machines are precisely the same as the,
American Singer, in their workings and
appearance, but tituch ujcrior in Points ol
riuisn ana materials.
We assert and are nrennred to sulistanti
ate the fact, Hint we are ottering Sewihg
Machilies superior In every way to any of
American manntscture. The workingparts
01 our niacin ne are
Made of the very Best English Steel,
and hence Durability is
csr-Every machine warranted as repre
sehted. Sal isfuction guaranteed or money
refunded. Repairing ot all kinds sewing
machines promptly attended to.
H. W. HAYES,
4S Forth Market sti-eet, 2.1 North of Union,
Machines sent C. O. U., with privilege of
The EaH Session of Culleoka Institute
opens August tilb, 1S77. Terma same as
july27-77 2m. W. R. 4 J. M. WEBB.
An KPgliU, C'lesslcal, Mathematical,
IXiniueicial and Altliisry Ki.bool lor young
men and boys. The fifth annual session
will open on
Uia7, September 3, 1S77.
For Cltculsrs wit h full information, ap
ply to the Principal,
' J.O. FEKRELL,
Ju'y '.7 I in. Ilopkiusville, Ky.'
s a S S
p o g q O
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Having determined to eloae BurIimwb, re offer our entire Stock of
AT COST FOR CASH, AXVTD
LESS THM COST!!
Containing a upleudld line of
White Goods, Dross Goods, Staple and Fancy Hats,
Boots, Shoes, &c, &c.
Those wishing to purchase any goods In oar line will do well to call Immediately. All
persons Indebted to us by note or account will please call and settle at obco.
Jnly27-2m. J. 1. 1)UNIAP CO.
.1 u . .
Colon bla and Manry County people vis
iting Nashville may rest asauien that they
can obtain the very bsst meals the market
affords at reasonable rates. Also the purest
and bei of Drinks and Cigars at ray stand,
corner of Deaderick and Cherry Streets,
N ash vUle Tennessee.
J. B. ASHTON, J. P. McQAW,
Merchant untf Custom Millers. Orders so
licited and filled with dispatch. Custom
Grinding done Uv order, and satisfaction
guaranteed. Casli id for wheat and corn.
FOR SALE Foot good Turbine Water
Wheels, almost new, or less than half the
original cost. Also, Bevel gearlns, Bpln
dles and counter-shaft,, complete for a two
run mill. Address,
ABHTON & MCGAW,
july8-Sm. 5olum bla, Tenn.
H. B. EDMISTON'S
School for Boys !
Will begin lto next sesKlon on MOSD.VY,
ACUUSTaorU, 1S77. Thorough liostnictlon
given in Languages, MaUiemalicsand Nat
Terms for tullion a follows, payable
Primary Classf-s, . . . 2 22
Intermediate Classes, . y "00
Advanoed Classes, . ... o 0u
Reference is made, by perrrHssien, to the
following gentlemen, who halve been pa
trons for the last two years: W. J. An
drews, W. 8. Fleming, A. M. Lo-ney, T. B,
Rains, J. M. Williams, W..B. Wilu.
Cornell & Buchr.au.
opeciui attention given to pniuiiug
and renairiiisr. at Lamb X Rnvd's Factory,
Columbia, Tennessee. mcblti-Sm
A. G. ROIT LSTONE,
mi mm & co.,
Norlh West Corner of Jblrd and
CIVCIMA TI, OBIO.
TEMPLE W Nbim
Sole Ager.t for tbe
Mason & Hamlin
O Ji. C3r jSL. DNT ?3
&7i -t Music aiul Small Musical IfwxLt,
Orders Promptly Filled
I wJTil Guarantee to aell a Better la
ttroment for Leaa Money titan
any bonsein tbe Sontb.
J sis. A. IYIcClure,
Vn Ion between Summer 4 Chorry Sts.,
J uly U ly
K. O. Wlnsleod
Doalers In Fashionable
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises
UmlirelliiM, Traveliiiff li:tfrf,
No. 7. N.Cherry St., opposite Maxwell House,
ji.B. VOl'ELASD.Siilcrmati. Julj-ly
mm INSTITUTE !
: - e- -
rJ?lie Infill Term
SEPTEMBER TIIE 3, 1877.
Circulars staling course of study, ami oth
er particulars, will be sent on application
to Rev, jEO. BECKETT. Hector,
julyl3-2m. Columbia, Teuu.
Established in 1835.
Commercial Institntions !
The Oldest in America.
Ko. 15 North Hammer St., Nashville, Tenn.;
.No. 1,183 Broadway, JNew xors;
Open all the year.
J. W. DOLBEAR,
Author of "Dolbear's Science of Penman
ship," No. 15 North Summer St.,
BooK.Keeplug, in all its varieties, prac
tically and thoroughly taught, without ex
pense to pupil for useless books, but with
free access te 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 far greater in variety and
extent than occurs in 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 of the mind and constant
practice In Spelling, Writing and Arithme
tic, and for theirs reasons onght to be taught
at an early age.
Wifflar, the Dolbears have, by thirty
years experience, reduced to the certainty of
science and they have Invented
a system of hand training whic'
removes most ymmmt cramped con
dition of the ffjSjf fhaud, and
makes inn i n n i" I " 1 1 i 1 1 n I n 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 stiff t he writing may be at first.
Phasocraphj is easily learned, and re
porting Is very profitable, and the most im
proving business a yonug man can be in.
Some ladles are now receiving ten dollars
per day as reporters.
TER MS Payable lu advance.
Usual time twenty lessons of oue hour
each, bat the lessons not limited. No ex
tra for pens, books, paper, etc.
Book-keeping, single entry 11)
Full course single aud double eutry SoO
This includes books aud stationery. No
extras. Usual time one to three months.
Paplis pay for the books used lu this art.
Eoard and lodging from $" to 17 per week.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Room No. 26 Colonade Building.
Will attend to all business entrusted to
his care wit h promptness. Refers lo Third
ational Bank of Nashville. maylS-ly
Light Cress Suits !
Bine 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 Maxwkll Hou.sk,
NASHVILLE, - TENN.
W. K. D0BS01T,
Church Htrcct, Corner South Cherry
ITew York, Paris
CAN BE FOUND AT
Draper and Tailor,
No. 37 North Cherry St,, - .NASH VI LLE.
i nn goods !
"Wholesale and Retail,
MRS. H. J. BRYANT, Ag't.
' Butterick Pattern for aale. tstamp
ng and finking done to order. June22-tr
- rv -
A SELECT SCHOOL .FOR YOUNG LADIES.
WOODBURN, WARREN CO., KY.
Terms, Per Session of 20 Weeks.
Board, 'Washitig, Fuel, Lights, Furnished
Rooms and attendance ou rooms SbO OU
Tuition, throughout the specified course
of study, including the Ancient and
Modern Languages, 23 00
Incidental Fee, 1 CO
Tuition iu Music on Piano or Uuitar,...&20 00
Uss of Instrument in practice, 5 00
Drawing and Fainting, dally lessons,... 15 00
" " " trilweekly Iessn8, 10 00
Ministers' daughters will be charged only
fifty dollars per seseion without the extras.
Sabbath school is held in the College
Chapel every Sunday morning, and preach
ing in the aiternoon by ministers of differ
Fifty dollars must be naid In advance, the
balance of the charges at tbe end of each
of each term.
The Fall Term will begin on tho
First Monday in September, 1877.
The Oldest E3tablished
WATCHES, JEWELRY and DIAMONDS,
Starling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, Gold Fens, Clocks, &c,
MAXWELL HOUSE, - - NASHVILLE, TENN
V "-v'f Ic'ft'tfeiwiv .. !tMfl
FULL STOCK OF STAPLE AUD FAHCY GROCERIES !
Imported and Domestic
Wines &LiLfL laiqnors.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO MERCHANTS.
Cor. Main and Kight Sts.,
State of Tennessee vs. Mrs. Sarah E. Sarvin
By virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court at Columbia, Tennessee,
ereudred at the April term thereof April
1", 1S77 in the abjve styled cause, I will
proceed to sell at the court-house door in
the town of Columbia, to the highest and
best bidder, on the ISth day of August, 1H, ,
tue following de-scribed liou.se aud lot, sltu
Hted in the town of Columbia, on South
Main Street: and bounded as follK: lle
giuuingatT. J Alexander's corner iu said
street formerly tireeu tJraham's corner);
running west with the south boundary
line or said Alexander oil leet to a rto
corner; theuce souih HZ feet to a hole in a
rock; thence east 210 leet to a rock corner;
tlieuce south 7 leet to a rock corner; Iheuce
east Iti feet to a corner iu the street; theuce
nonh ' feet to the beginning; it being the
same purchased hy W. K. Kent from M.
Helm, the deed ol which is registered in the
Regislei 'Sollies of Mamy couuly, iu Book
11., Vul. 2. Said house aud lot will be sold
on the loilowiug terms: One-filth cash,
the balauce in live equal yearly Instal
ments. The purchaser or purchasers will be
required to execute notes wth good and ap
proved secjrity, interest Ixarjug from date,
uiid a lieu retained for the pnymeut of the
July 1!, 1877. J). B. COOPKK. C. A M.
Notice to Tax-Payers.
Owing to the jiostpoiieiiieut of the collec
tion ol the tuxes, aud lor Ihe bciK tit of per
sons who may desire to pay their State and
Comity taxes, I will beat my ollice iu Co
lumbia, on every Monday from this date
until the 20th ol Oclolr, 1H77.
May llh-lf. W. T. K1JSV A KIS, Trustee.
Meeting of Stockholders.
The regular annual convention of tho
Stockholders of the Duck River Hulley Kail
road Company will be held at tne County
Court Kooru, Columbia, Tenn., on Tuesday,
the th day ol September, 1S77. It is earn
estly requested that each shareholder shall
be present, and represented at the meeting,
either in pel sou or. pioxy, to vote lu Ihe
election for a Directory to serve ihe ensu
ing year. Very Uespect.-u'ly,
6 OBO. CHI LDI1ESS, Sec'y.
- Marshall Uaijetl-, I'ayelleville Ex
press and Waverly Jourha! jileaso ooj-y.
-AJP PEALEKS IN
All Kinds andfEvery f tylo b4 Six
of Burial Caaes, Caskets Cof
fins amdGloM White Finish-
Attends promptly to all calls, In town or
Hiirroimmngr cnuTiirv. rilie ii tirsrT, nuu
gentle horsei', and all at red net-d prices Al
ways ready. Air Tight and W a'. rpiTKif Ca
ses aud Caskets, Flaiu Walt.ut Coffins ten
dollars. I will deliver at any oenot on tne
railroad. wm. j. w iluams,
tir. Main & St. John Sis. f. bl 77-6m
Attcrsej &t Li? nl Sclhiisr ia Chaacerj,
Office On the Sonth side of the Square
with Wilkes & L'ullock. feW6-77-ly
Pianos and Organs !
FOR SALE AND KENT.
I have a new Fiano and Oreau, both of su
perior tone and finish, containing all mod
ern Improvements, that 1 ofler lor sale at
hall price. Both instruments are fully war
runted to give satisfaction. Also, some sec
ond hand Vlanos for sale or rent on reasona
ble terms. KOI ST. H.8M1TH,
Man.i :XMiii. C'oluin U'u, Tenn.
-r - & V- v- r "
CORPS OF TEACHERS.
li. F. CABELL, A. B., President.
Miss Lou Arnold, Miss Mollle Karr,
Miss Sallle Wilcox, Mrs. B. F. Cabell,
and Mro. E. Fields.
All the teachers resMe in the suine build
ing with the pupils. This favars the .exer
cise ot that care and solicitude ot which
voumt ladies should not be deprived while
absent from the pal ernal roof . The rooms
are neatly carpented and conveniently fur-
nisnea, ana suppuea witn ioain?r Deus anu
pll'ows, soft donble blankets, hravy coin-
forts and com rortaole wood tires. XhoiiKh
Modern Languages (French and Oerrann),
are maraea in me catalogues at tiu eacn,
yet iney win oe inciuaea witn tue Ancient.
For further paiticulars address,
B. F. CABELL, President,
or W. F. Whitesidks, Proprietor,
Wood burn, Warren Co., Ky.
Jewelry House in the City
lverware Made to Order.
By virtue of two Ufa to me directed
from the Worshipful Cojnty Court of Mau
ry county, Tenness?, at tbe July term, ls77,
in favor ot John M. ilickey, use of A.N.
Akin, Clerk, vs. James F. Ionalson, et al.,
1 will offer for sale lor c vsn to tne highest
bidder, at the court-house do:ir iu the towi
of Columbia, on Monday, the 34 day ol Sep
tewber next, all ine rigut, title, claim an
interest that saiu Lnnsisou lias in anu
the following described t ract or oarcel
laud, situated in the S ate of Tennessee.
Maury county, lolli civil district, being the
place where said deleudant, . I. F. LHjuhIsou
now resides, and liounded by the lals of
M. F. Doualsou, Silas Kitchen and Akin
containing ninety acres, be the same more
or lest, aud levied upon hs the property of
said J. F. Donalson, to satisly said execu
tious, bale in lawlul hours.
WM. A. ALEXANDER. Sheriff.
By J). B. Alex DEit, Lep'y Sherifl
August oil, IBi i.
Order of Publication
H. K. Fain "l Iu Chauccry
vs. y at
Mary tain. J Newburg, Tennessee.
It appearing lo me Irom couiplaluanl'i
bill, which is sworu to, that Mary Fain
is tue ueieiiuaui iu tins cause, ana is n not
resiueut ol tue olale ot Jeunesnee, ho tla
the ordinary process ol law cannot bo serv
ed upon her: it Is therefore oidcivd bv in,
that publication be made in the Herald and
man, a newspaper imuiisiieii in tlio town o
Columbia, leun., for four const cuiive
weeks, the last of which thail he at leas
one week before the next sitting of on
Chancery Court, to be held at ihe court
house in the town of Newburg, Lewis coun
ty, Tennessee, on Thursday, the ;iuih day of
August next, requ. ring tue said ilJleii.lan
lo appear and plead, auswer or demur to
complainant a bill, or the same will be tak
en for confessed as to her aud set for hear
lug ex parte.
July'iN, 1677. W. H. FLAN1UAN, C. & M
In Chancery at Columbia,
J. W. I'airish et al., vs. Elizabeth Parrish
Inthiscanse it appearing to ihe Court
from an order heretofore entered, that the
resilience of A. U. I". .. J'arrlsh, Juhn Ash
ton una ranois Asnton are unknown, so
that tne ord. nary process of law cannot be
served upon Hu m: It is therefore ordered
that Publication be mode for four consecu
tive weeks iu tho I o'umbla Herald and
Mail, a newspaper published in the town of
uoiumoia, juanry couuly, lennessee, re
quiring said dele.iulanls to appear at the
uext term of this court, to be neld at the
court-house in tne town of Columbia, on the
first Alou'tuy in October, 1M77. and plead,
itu -w-r onleiiiur t) coinplxiUHul's bill, or
the same will be taken lor confesscl and set
lor iieHi'lng ekp4it'. as lo llieui.
Au; :st H, 1H77. li. B. CUJfL'R, C. M
Bon Aqua Springs!
This charming summer resort, located
eight miles from Bon Aqua Station, thirty.,
nine miles from Nash vlile, on the Nashville
and jvonn western raiiroao, will ue open for
the reception oi visitors on June loth, 1877.
The waters of these Springs' are celebrated
for their recuperative effects upon delicate
men ani cunoren, snaiiered and exhausted
constitutions, as well as for tbe enre ot dis
eases or the alimentary canal, dyspepsia,
chronic diarrhea, constipation and summer
complHlntsoi cniiureu, diseases ol the kid
neys and skin, and menstrual diseases, etc.
The road between Bon Aqua aud Frimru
Springs has been well worked, mxde plain
aud pleasant for traveling. A back will run
between these points twice a week.
W. B. RUSSELL.
Junc2-3m. J. U. WINBL'RNE.
Gov'ment Claim Agency.
Now la the time to file your Claims .'or
Bounty, Arrears and Pay, Pension and Ar
rears, Warof 1S12 and lMil. A U Claims lor
property taken by the Federal army during
the late war, and carrying the Mall belore
the war, collected with the usual dispatch
Persons from a distance can, coinmuniuule
with the undersigned. All business attend
ed to promptly. Oflioe uuder Herald and
Mail, No. l North Main Street.
March 10-77-ly. J. L. WILSON.
Lamps, Cutlery, Spoons, Castors,
sn mr jn o "Gs Y
"Window Sliad.es, Etc.,
jT1 LOW PH.ICSS 2
As low as they can be sold,aud for Rooting, Guttering aud Repiiirliig, cull nt
No. 9 South Main Street, .... COLUMBIA, TENN.
If you propose to build or improve your properly, eill and examine our ii"U- stock of
MARULK1ZED MANTELS. They arc handsome aud cheap.
July 1'0, 177. W. R. EL A Til & CO.
IMOS. ORGANS, M
Ami nil kinils of Plain iiml FuiK-y StatiuiitTy, nt ii ii-es in suit nil i-iis-tollicrs.
jit's?" Ajcnt nlso for tlio linest :ml Ki'ct'st toiled )r
gaiiM THK SMITH AM KKK'AN.
CALL AND SEE HIM-NO. 20 PUBLIC SdUAEE, COLUMBIA , TENN-
No. 45 Union Street.
The undersigned having purchased the entire stock, working Instruments :n I I
will of the OIEUS ART (JALLEIIY, would respectfully announce that h" U ;nnv prepir.
ed and determined to maiiunu the renutntion of the est'iSlishineni 114 tie l-linr Altr
liALLF.RY iu the Soul heru IStates. Ail liiijirovemenls lu pliotograpiiy ui '1 piotuptly
adopted, and all our work guaranteed to give Hrl iwdiet Ion.
W. JZ. AHMHTHt(J.
July 20, 1H77.-Iy. ism-cestor to Uui l 1;. iii'r, lieM.
JOSH G. BAILEY ii
NO. 2S NORTH HIDE PUBLIC SlUAltK,
(AT I.l:K A liKYAJi'N Ol I) KI AM)
Perfumery, Fancy Toilet Articles,
PURE WINES AUD LIQUORS,
For Medical I'ui'ioses, together with all articles usually kepi c,u wile In 11
FIRST - GLASS DRUG STORE,
Special Attention to Physician's Prescriptions, which will be filled at all
Hours, DAY OR NIGHT.
IJKAUMONT III'(Jlli:S is with tlio Hoih,-, ;1ii. will Is- s. rx liin
many lricmls, lie Irivin 1 1 : 1 nonrly four yi-arn xM-rii,iu,f nti'l ?lr. l'.nilov,
tax many (if liis oli iVicit'ls know), was (.oniici-ltvl wil li M'srs. j-f ,V llryaft
Inforv the war, for five years. jul.y l.'J-.'fiii.
1NTASHVIT .T ,E
Eye, Ear, and Throat Institute.
(CH A. 11T J -Z iV 12 1.)
No. 9 North High Street, near Corner Church Street.
Oflice hours from 10 A. M. to 1 m., and from ;-:' to fi r. v.
FREE DISPENSARY FOR TIIE POOR ONLY.
Open from 2:I tr 3;;W r. M. dully (Sundays excepted, Julyti-ly,
IT 2H5. WLk.l.m,f.
Drugs Medicines Chemicais, Perfumery!
80APS, COMBS AND BKUSHKH.
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder
Articles, Books and Stationery, Kerosene Oil,
Lamrjs and Chimnevs.
Garden Seeds, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
And Dyo Stuff, Etc, Etc.,
Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal purposes, Patent Medicines, etc.
Picture Frames, etc.
I have moved my atoclt of BooltH, Pictures, and in fact, everything to h. found In a
rsl-class book Store to my Old Hland, nextdoor to the 1'ostoillce, opponiui Nloulloiu.o
COME OWE !
To tbe Peopled poj.ular
Jan. i-'th 1S77.
A. D. FMERSOH,
H'AuffiKir ofiif livlnil nl i' in
ALL KINDS W HOOKS S
AT BOTTOM PRICE3!
( in:.ri:it th an an von i-:;
r 1 1 1 TX.' TV
Braces, Fancy and Toilot
WALL PAPER, SHADES
COME ALL I !
low jiriee IJook 8tore.