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THE HERALD AND MAIL.
Friday Horning, August 19, 1877.
OKAI. JJKTATK BKOKER, INSURANCE,
t inl (ieneml Agent, l.oun Negotiated,
No. 7" liurcli Street, Maxwell I House, Niih-
illr. Ten n. Gives personal attention
lo all biisiiit-ss ci I rusted to him. Wiil
cheerfully answer all Imiufiit la recard to
tlwx seetion of Teuuiwsn', Its Boll, climate,
health, ad vailing, etc augl7-ly
W. H. Ktjinierson'et a!, vs. Henry Jackson.
it npp. ariuir from effi.lavit fllid iu this
eaue the oetindnul, Henry Jxek-
son, is m non-resident of the State of T-n-iii
ssoe: tt is I lu-i '-lore ordered mat he en
!! Ills appi-aianee hi -rein before Ol with
in the first tlireeilays of ihe next flitting
of tli" Cliamciy ( nml, li. he held at Colum
bia, Teiiu , on the fiil Moiiday la October
next, l7, and tilexil, answer or demur to
'iinjiiHitiHiit's hill, or the same will hm tak
en lor ron h ssed iif to lilm and rl for hear
ii'tC exparle; and that a copy of this order be
pulilKhed fur four consecutive wetfcs lu the
Herald and Mai!.
August 17, li77. I), li. fOoFER, C. S M.
.1. II. lin-Hoiy vs. Iin T. Hpcnrerel al.
1 1 appi aiin from eflidovit flUd In this
cautr, that the defendant, Thos. A len, la a
uoii-iesiilcnl of the State of TenneMun: li U
t hen-fore ordered that he enter hi appear
ance herein before or within the nri three
days : the next term of theChancery Court,
to lie held P.I Columbia, Tenn., on lh flint
Monday in Oct. u.'Xt, 1H77, and plead, anawer
demur to complainant's bill, or the Mime
u iil liv UkcD lor ciiniVustd ai to bliu, and
tt for lu'.ii injc exparle; and thst H cpy of
tblsonliT be published for four couseontlve
wet ks In tlio 1 k raid and Mali.
A iigusl 17, 1.-77. 1 '. B. COOPER, C. & M.
Having this day su. nested the insolvency
ft John Inwson, decaseci, to the Clerk of
the Comity Court of Maury County, Tenn.,
notice is tn-rehy jjlveu to all persons having
r.'il.ns against S'.id estate to file them dn'.y
authenticated with said clerk on or before
t tie 1. 1 h day of February, 1S7H, for prorata
distribution, or the same wi.l be forever
l.nt.cd. H. A. 1A W Si N,
Anuust 17-1X77. Admlnir.ttator.
K on-Resident Notice.
it. M. Nieho! -:.n. Trustee, vs. George P.
Wi ltt iker el al.
It npp-arins; fiom affidavit filed In this
c.i-ise, that the deiendalit, G, o. I Wbltta
ker. l-.it tioii-reKldeiit ot the State of Ten
nifvi : it isOn r.fore ordereil that lie entr
his appearance lien in before or within Ihe
first, lone d .ysof t lie next It mi of t he Chan
eery 'oui I . to be he'd in the town of Co
lumbia, Ti iim -see, on the first Monday In
i.-P In r m xi, IS77, and plead, nnsu er or de
inur to ciirupla limit's bill, or tne same will
e taken li.i eon esseil as to him, aiid Met for
1" Mru:ir exp'iiti-; and Hint a enpv of ihl or
der f publish, d in the Her tlu ai d Mall, fur
lour cons.-eut i vo e -ls.
A'-pMist 17, !S77. D li. COOFEU, C.A M.
Tho. W. Uiny et a!., vs. I". C. Jackson et al.
i a pp. a i : ii', i ' ' 'in niiMiaviL iuiii 111 mm
.... i .u . I li :l
.Jackson, is a non-resident of tie State of
'Tennessee: thert f. re ordered that heentrr
h .s apt'tai anee herein tieroro or wi inn the
f.-ssed ns to him and svt tor liear.iig expar
te: Mild t hat a copy 01 ini orner ue puh
lisluii for four consecutive wvi ks In Ihe
Jlciald Riid y.-.tii.
August 17, n77. J. li, C MFEIt, C. & M.
SALE OF LAND.
J. 1. tiracy vs. W. 1". Iiirahi, trustee, et al.
Hy virttue of a decree of t he Honorable
Chancery Court, at Columbia, Teunetwee,
ti-ndeied at tiic At'i'll term, 177, in the
above slylcl cause, I will proceed to ofTtr
lel of l;!ll'l iylllit if "C SIA'll l-en oisirici,
of jM.Hiry Count ' v, Ti iiiii-seee, or, tns waters
ol the i "st protid of Foimtuiu I reek, and
iMh-uded a Mllows: 11- giunin i st a ubin-
whiteorik, r'.'cmitiK c rner; thence
floui'ii" I" ; east ."..' , poles to a set .roc on
Itovd's ii,e;lhenc; south fc;e l-t-4 ioIcs to a
xei'rock, naiu. l IcKiam's corner; thence
tiol'lll 'I ; C'' poles l'nnm')i iuuiUIubiu.
,'irnei" t hi'iic wesi i-iiuiia "
t ueiice.noi th c :ai poles to a aet rock, hick-
try anil wiine
souil. '-"i ; w"
( ieiii!il s r-ji
inif si. mil
OHK I 'III "f ' i,v .
loi-th 7s ; west . poles to net
lijnters, at Ti links; thence
M i j. les to stike branch,
ier, with hiekoiy ud plum
i.dcs, II'.. links; tiiesame he
west uoiii roruor; theuco
nm:t 1 1 - : we.-t
uoits to tue uemuniua; cou-
and 11-i poles, be the name
Slid laud lli bo old on a
cicOitofsiK, tw ive and eu-nteeti montiiu.
hoc hoiu tbe riUuud eijuily of redemp
tion win 'h r e.juity is hereby ex
i.rcsslvcutoll. The pureu-wer or purcha
iers Will he required io execute uotea wltli
All", i". '
l'r lee, .
D. tt. CoorER,
CUrk and Master.
ltv virtue ot two lit.i to me directed
lroni tlie Worshipful Co mty 'ourt of Maii-
.......'...i.i. .... Mon.iuv. I be .tit dav of Her-
teuiber next,' all tlifi ril, title, claim and
IT.. ........ ....i ,.i,i li.. m .son lias In and to
the p.ilowiii described tract or parcel of
Uaud, siuiat. 1" me k.u' oi i
Maury county, i .Mi civil district, being the
...i.i .1.1.11. lant. J. I- . lHiualson
iniw resUles.'aiul Ixviuded tv tlio lauds of
M F. Doiialson, nas iviicneu unn u,
1... ......... .... ....i v iinrv lie the same more
or less, ii, id levied iiHn as the property of
said J. F. D.uialson, to sulisfy said execu-
lious. bale in lawlut nouis.
jious. " i i.-x A NM)F.n. Sheriff.
l'.i- t.'n'. Ai.ex aNUKK. Dcp'y .SheiUT.
A u ill- ;'d , 1 77.
vStateot Teiniess..ev. V'rs. Sarah F- Sarrln
aud ol! lu'J,
Hv virtue of a decree of Iho Houornble
Chaiiceiy Court at Columbia. Tennessee
irendreJat the April lerm thereot-Apr
17, ls77 ill the above styied cause, I will
Ihetown oi Columbia, to the hiaheiit and
bvst lidder.oil lb"' 1Mb day of AuKUst, IS. i,
it M' .11 11. nmil'llU." . "
t lie toliowini; ti.-scrioen mimi"- u
nl.sl In tlie town of Columbia,
M iniHtie. l; and bounded as foil
-limine, n; T. J A u xaml-r's corn,
litet .torm'ly .iieeii l.ruhami
t i,e toliowim; .l. scnbe.l house aud lot. hiiu
nl.sl In tlie lown of Columbia, ou Bouth
ier in said
ruimiiik west " "a l l, lo root
Iliieot said AUT.'ider -111 het to a rocK
corner; t hence so.it il (U feet (o a hole in a
rock; liieuce en.si 'Jiii lie! lo u riK'X torner,
thence south 7 Uet lo a rocii corner; tllUC
cast !' feet to a corner in the sroet; thence
north ti" fe. t lo t be iHtJinnlug; it oth'Jg the
fciiine purchased by W. K. Kent tioui fll.
ilelm, the .b ed of which is registered In the
Kei;isier-scfticetf .Maury county. In Book
H., V al. Said house and lot will he sold
ou the following terms: One-tilth rah,
the balance In live eijual yearly instal
ments. Tne urcliaser or purchaser will be
reiuired to execute notes witli gooil aud ap
proved secuntv, interest tieurinc from daU,
and a lien retained for the payment of the
J nly I t, 1ST7. 1 t' OPi:u. C. Jt Al.
OwltiK to the postponement of the rollec
on ot the taxes, and lor the benefit of per
- who mav desire to pay their State and
lt v taxes, I ill la.' at my otlice In Co
'ii, on every Monday troiu thin date
'le Jith ortirlolo i', is77. -
U-t f. V . T. i: ! W A KDS, Trustee
J n Chancery
'o. that Mary Fain
uuse, ana is a noii
Mmessee, so that
cannot be aerv
rdered by rue
e Herald and
tlie town of
for sale, at the rouri-nouseuoorj in me lown
flt Columbia, Tennessee, to the hhjbest HDd
lie f hi. Ider, at public outcry, on tlie 1I4'U
biv ot rV, I ember, ls77, the lollowlug de-
",i .1 i rn.n of land, to-wl': A tract or par-
eood personal wurny, ueuriua ,ukert.i
iro n day of sale, and a lieu retained lor the
iiavment oft lie purchase money, l'otwes-
IV count v, 1 eime-n e, ai me jmy icnu, ni;,
iufvuriil .Iiilin.M. H:ckey, use of A.N.
Akin Clerk, vs. Junes F. 1 uialsou, et al.,
1 will ilf. r fii sale for cash to the highest
..i.i....- .. ii. . 'ou it-house ilo'ir in the town
104 Church Rtr,
NASHVILLE, : : TENN.
Dr. L. T. GUNN,
No. 113 CHUHCII HTREKT,
(Near MctKendre Church,)
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
Trimmed to Order.
50 PitbiJc Square,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
Miss Helen Miller,
Also, to let oat every overling,
a pplendkl variety of
No. 6 Union Street,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
White Ofctrleh fesihera Cleaned, stamp
ing and Embroidering done to Order In the
best manner. aog. 17-3m.
Dealer In Fancy
GROCERIES &F0EEIOIT EEUITS,
No. 48 Colon Mtreet,
NASHVILLE, : ; TENNESSEE.
G. CASTELLO ,
Dealer Id Foreign and Domestic
Fruits and Confectioneries,
7, N. Chtrry St., opposite Maxu eU House,
A ltd 36 UnJun Street,
Nashville, : : Tennessse.
13. II. STIEF,
Silver Lever Watches,
JEWELW, SILVERWASSi CLCCS., ETC,
No. 5 Union St., Near Murket,
Nashvill, : : Tennessee.
Every article sold la warran'ed as repre
seuteil. All Wateb. work; guaranteel for
one year. aug. 17-flm.
H. V. BASSE TT,
AND ICE-CREAM SALOON,
NO. 43 UKION STREET,
La Pierrs House,
No. 37 Summer Strccf,
NA8U7ILLE, . : . TENNESSEE,
tail OO TKIl TA.V,
til? Nwilness nml clonnliness tlie
Live at this houxe. iturl7-ly.
L-FRANKLAND & CO.,
Dry-Goods Palace !
The best Bargains in the City !
Great Inducements offered to the
HO. 19 UNION STREET,
J, O. ROSS,
33 o xi t i a "fcy
NO. 48 UNION 8THKET,
' Oyer Glers' Gullery ,
TIIR PEOPLE'S G1LLKRV.
Tliuss & Co..
lft-si UNION ST., COR. COLLEGE,
wmr Alliklnda ot work known to the pho
totrraphto art will be executed In the best
style, cheoper tbaa any house In the city,
and particular attention paid In taking
children. Copying of all duscrlptlona. A
shsroof yonr patrone U repcwully ao
llrited. WW. KMUCMU, formerly with
tiler' Gallery, I'aokojsrapher. anal i-i!m.
We want to buy Drl."l Fruit, and solicit
liie c5orrospoudeiicof all dealem.
Wand 03 South Jfarkot Rt.,
W. I. Edwards,
til Tea blHjeielu.lve attention to the dlea8
of the Eye, Ear and Noae. Offl Battle
House, up-mlni. auiW-ly
J. R. BUIST, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
NASHVILLE, TEN Ji.
OfTIce Odd-Fellows Temple. Church and
High Street. Residence 12 I'hmcli SU
Odd-F'tJ'oW" Tewpla. Ckrch Bt
Nashville, t Xennesse.
Mannfacturer and Dealer lu
Looking-! J las
ml Miicio Htanl,
- Ta.suls and Nailn,
"hair Cain and
Pictures of all Kiixls.
NO. 9 PUBLIC SQUARE,
Jas. H. Brantly, Proprietor.
AC A.DEMY OP
For Young Ladies.
CONDUCTED BY DOMINICAN SISTERS.
(Founded In land.) This ' institution
stands upon an en lneuee north of the city
of Nashville, overlooking the valley of the
Cumberland rlrer. For beauty of scenery,
pure air and heallhfulneus It Is not sur-
S atised by any institution cither In the
lorth or lu the South. Sickness Is almost
unknown. Chalylieate water, constant in
supply, is upon the lawn, aud tlie purest
white sulphur just outside the grounds. The
course of Instruction eui traces all the usual
retpulNitcs of a thorough and accomplished
education, flttiug the pupil for the highest
social circle or the office of teaching. The
disciplinary itovernment is mild and paren
tal, yet firm; the pupils are kept within the
line of duty more hy sense of Justice and
honor than fear of penalty. French Is taught
by native teachers. Tl.eacadeuiicyenrcon
sltts of two sessions of five months each. It
commences on the first Monday In Septem
ber, and terminates with Closing Exercises
about the 20th of June. At the closing Ex
ercises, Academic Honors are conferred
and rewards distributed. Address,
Ht. Cecelia Academy,
aug!7-lm. Nashville, Tenn.
I have twenty-five yearling Southdown
Rams for Sale at (20 to 8-iO per head.
Ang. 17-4U Spring Hill, Tenn.
ILai.d For Sale.
A valuable tract of fifty acres of land for
Sale, lying about one half a mile fiom Col
umbia on the Mooresville pike, one half of
It finely timbered and beautiful sites foe
building. Will sell as a whole or In lots,
August 17-2tu Columbia, Tenn.
Boot and Shoe Maker.
South Embargo Street,
Columbia, : : Tennessee.
I desire to say to my old customers and
others, that I still make Hoots and Shoes,
and that no oue else Is authorized to sell
them. Any persou or merchant pretending
to sell my Roots or Shoes, is defrauding the
pilous , ioi ue lis bemuK a llllHeuoou.
May 18-77-ly. PElER BECK EN BACH.
ROBT. M. McKAY.
II. 1 FIGUEItsi.
McKay & Figuers,
ATTORNEYH - A.T - XAW,
Will practice In Maury aud adjacent coun
ties. Prompt attention given to buslnes
entrusted to them. Office: Brown block,
up stairs. No. 14J., south side public square.
Tit comb & Tonlcr,
At the OUI Slrttut, Cornrr South Main St.
and Public Square,
The Jmioited Wllli-ims Sincer SewniiJ
Machines are precisely the same as the
American Singer, In their workings and
appearance, but much superior in f units ol
Finish and Materials. '
We assert and are prepared to substanti
ate the fact, that we are offering Sewllig
Machihes superior lo every way to any or
American manufacture, fhe working parts
of our macbibe are
Made of the very Best English Steel,
and hence Durability is
- Every machine warranted as repre
sehted. Satisfaction guaranteed or money
refunded. Repairing ol all kinds sewing
machines promptly attended to.
H. W. HAYES,
48 Forth Market fteeet, 2d North of Uuion,
f ASHVILLE, TENN.
Machines sent C. O. li., with prlwllesie of
The Fall Session of Culleoka Institute
opens August bth, 1S77. Terms same as
july27-77-2m. W. R. & J. M. WEBB.
3 S B
1 CD B
J O & EL E3 tr
r a P H
' ZQ O
An English, Classical, Mathematical,
Commercial aud Military School for young
men and boys. The fifth annual session
will open on
Monday, September 3, 1377.
For Circulars with foil information, ap
ply to the Principal,
July i.7-1 in. iiopkliisvllle, Ky.
Having determined to close BiwineH, we offer our entire ("Stock of
B R Y -GOODS
AT COST FOR GASH. AlVTD
Containing a splendid line of
White Goods, Dress Goods, Staple and Fancy Hats,
Boots, Shoes, &c, &c.
Those wishing to ptirchase any goods lu our line will do well to rail immediately. Ali
persons Indebted to us by note or account will please call and settle at once.
July27-ihn. ,J . JL. DUNL.AP fc CO.
Columbia aud Maury County people vis
iting Nasbville may rest assmed that they
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 Deaderlck and Cherry Streets,
J. B. ASHTON, J. P. KeGAW,
Merchant and Custom Millers. Orders so
licited and filled with dispatch. Custom
Orinding 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
dlea and counter-shaft, complete for a two
run mill. Address,
ASHTON & McQAW,
july6-3m. Columbia, Tenn.
11. B. EDMISTOK'S
School for Boys !
"Will ben in Hs next session on MONDAY,
AUGUST 2UT11, 1S77. Thorough instruction
aiven In Languages, Mathematics and Nat
Terms for tuition as follows, payable
Primary Clashes $4 00
Intermediate Classes, . . . 5 00
Advanced Classen, . .. . . BOO
Reference Is made, by permission, to the
following gentlemen, who have been pa
trons for the last two years: W. J. An
drews, W. S. Fleming, A. M. Loouey, T. B.
Rains, .1. H- WUliamn, W. B. Wilson.
Cornell & Buchnau,
Sn cial attention
liven to painting
fc Boyd's Factor-,
and repairing, at I .a nib
A. G. ROULSTONE,
WW KRQUSE & CO.,
North West Corner of Third and
TEMPLE OF MU
Sola Agent for the
Mason & Hamlin,
Sfwt Music nml Snirdl Muxietil JHxi.i,
Orders Promptly Filled-
I will Guarantee to sell a Better In
strument for L.ess Money than
mny house in the South.
Jas. A. IVXcClure,
Union between Summer & Cherry Kts.,
NNSHVILLE, - - TENN.
R. O. Wintad.
Dealers lu Fashionable
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises
Jo.7.N.Cheny St.,opjile XI a well House,
A. i. (. Ol'JCI.AXD. Silcsiiuin. Julytf-ly
FHM.1LE INSTITUTE !
fJ?lie JJill Term
SEPTEMBER THE 3, J877-
Circulars statins; course of study1, and ot h
er particulars, will be sent on application
lo Uk v. U F4. I!E K KTT. IteHor,
july 1 :-2iu. Coluir.bia, Tenn,
! BARGAINS !
Established in 1835.
Coiiiincrcial Institiilions !
The Oldest in America.
No. 16 North Summer St., Nashville, Tenn.;
So. 1,183 Broadway, New York;
No. 308 Canal HI; N. O.
Open all the year.
J. W. DOLBEAR,
Author of "Dolbear's Science of Penman
ship," No. 15 North Hummer SU,
Book-Keeping, 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 011 that which is utterly useless. The
pupil la, 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 bnslness house is con
fined to a repetition of the small variety of
transactions In that particular house, and
to one form ol 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
piaotlce in Spelling, Writing and Arithme
tic, and for these reasons ought to bo taught
al an early age.
Wilting-, Ihe Dolbears have, by thirty
years experience, reduced to the certainty of
science and they
asysttin of hand
dilion of the
certain to all
who follow its instructions.
six to sixty years of ase rau, iu a short, learn
to write with ease and elegance, however
cramp and stiff the writing may be at first
Phonoxrapny is easily learned, and re
porting is very profitable, and the most im
tr vins business a younz man can be in
Some ladies are now receiving ten dollars
per oay as reporters.
TtKHS-Payable in Advance.
Business Writing 820
Usual time twenty lessons of one honr
each, but the lessons not limited. Noex
tra for Dens, books, rianer. etc.
Book-keeping, single entry 820
Full course siugle and double entry toO
Till:1 Includes books aud stationery. No
extras. Usual time one to three months.
Pupils pay for the books used lu this art.
Board and lodging from So to 97 per week
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Room No. 26 Colonade Building.
Will attend to all business entrusted to
his care with promptness. Refers to Third
National Bank of Nashville. mayls-ly
Light Dress 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 Maxwell House,
NASHVILLE, - TENN.
W. K. D0BS01T,
Church Sirtt t, Corner South Cherry
Til K LATEWT
Hew York, Paris
AN BE FOUND AT-
RO WE? Iff5' S,
Draper and Tailor,
. :,; North Clierry iH., -
I nil GOODS!
"Wholesale and Retail,
MES. M. J. BRYANT, Ag't.
- HinerloH Patterns for wile. .Stamp
lug and Pinking done U) onler. june-tf
VAN S. LINDSLF.Y, M. D..
Gives his exclusive attention to the medical and surgical
treatment of the diseases of the
ZEIS?", 3Ui,:r, Tlioat emclCL 3NTosie,
y.o. !", Corner of Church :ml Summer Stm ts, (l.'ii-st;.!!-, )
ROBERT W. JENNINGS & CO.,
Successors to Jennings, Cismukes & Woolwine,
Wholesale Hats & Millinery
Occupying theOl.l Stttsul of.TF.N'XlXOS, DISMI'KES & WOOLWINE, in
the Publishing House lUm-k. Wo boy lo tinnoittice to our frieihls hiul
the trade generally that we now have in store a large stock
of all goods in our line suitable
FOR TIIE FALL 'JTiiVXXl.
To cash and prompt time dealers our prices shall compete with any market
in the United States. We make the tilling of orders a speciality and guarantee
satisfaction. ROBT. W. JENNINGS & CO.,
Aug. 17-4U NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
.1. W. THOMAS.
MORGAN, THOMAS Sc OO.,
NOTIONS, WHITE GOODS;
RIBBONS, SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, BLACK ALPACCAS, ETC.,
No. 3 City Hotel Block,
We are now in rece'pt of our Fall Stock, which is very large and attractive. We have
paid cash for our entire purchase, and having bought prior to the recent advance, we are
enabled to sell at Bottom Figures. Particular attention paid to filling orders.
A SELECT SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES.
WOODBUHN, WARREN CO., KY.
Terms, Per Session of 20 Weeks.
Board, Washing, Fuel, Lights, Furnished
Rooms and attendance on rooms SM) 00
Tuition, throughout the sped tied course
of study, including the Ancient and
Moderu languages, 2.1 uo
Incidental Fee, 1 W
Tuition iu Music ou Piano ' r iuitar,...S3i On
Uss ol lustrument iu praetiee 5 ( '
Drawlugand 1'ainting, oai y la.wii,... l"iiO
" " " triiwekly essons,.. io cv j
Ministers' daughters will be charged only
fl'ty dollars per seseion without Ihe extras.
Sabbath school is held In the College i
Uhapel every Sucday liiorninu, and preaeli
ing in the afternoon by ministers ol differ-
ent denominations. I
Fifty dollars must be p'-.id iu advance, the
balauee of the charges at the end of each (
of each term. !
The Fall Term will beiu ou the j
First Monday iu September, 1877. I
sr The Oldest Established
Greo . R.Cixllioii nfe Co.,
WATCHES, JEWELRY and DIAMONDS,
Sterling anl Plated Silverwari,
MAXWELL HOUSE, -
ron stock of mm
E3- T". G-AMBIjE;,
Cor. Mitin and Eight 8l
Pianos nail Organs ?
FOR BALE AND IlENT.
I have a niw 1'iano ami Oieen, Ixith of mi
iM;rior tone ami tinisli. i-oiitaii.iu mod
era improvements, that! otier for sale at
halt pnee, Bolb instrunieiiis are fully war
ranted to )lve satisfaction. Also, some s e
oud hand Pianos for sale or rent .n r :i.sona
ble teipis, UUI3T. J ). S.uITli.
Mardki ao-bm. t.'o.uinb.a. Tenn.
Gov'ment Claim Agency.
Now is the time to fiio jor I lalioti loi
Bounty, Aiiearsand Pay, ('iiish.n HDd At
rejirs. Warof 1S12 and IMil. All Claims oi
property taken by the Federal army duriug
the late war, and carrylt.g tne Mail before
the war, coliectea wmi nie uum ubjjiiicii.
p.nnm rmm a. distance ran eommunicate
with the undersigned. All bu-iiiess attend-
eil to nromDtly. Oflloe under Herald and
Mail, No. North Main .Street.
March ltl-77-1 y. .1.1 .. WlJ-St )N
W. II. Laneaster et al., vs. John C. I.ir.oas
ter ei al.
In thh cause it being sinrs-sted and prov
en that the defendant, James A. Rust, Is a
non -resident, of tneHtate of Tennessee, to
that that the ordinary prooess of law can
not be served uu liim, it is therefore or
dered by the court that publication be made
for four consecutive we: ks in the Herald
and Mail, a newspaper published iu the city
of CXilumbia, Maury couuty, Tennessee, re
iiiil. ing the aid defendant to lie and appear
before the (Y.unty Ooiu't ol said eounty; on
thesef'ond Monday In September, 1HT7, and
plead, answer or demur to complainant's
bill, or the sme will le taken for c.uifessed
as to him and set lor hearing exparle.
Angus! M, 1X77. . A. N. AKIN, Clerk.
K. M. OOOKALL.
it. K.' MORGAN.
CORPS OF TEACHERS.
I'.. F. CADKLL, A. !., J'kksiukm.
Miss Lou Arnold, Miss Mol!ie Karr,
Miss Sallie Wilms, Mrs. H. F. Cabell,
and Mrs. K. Fielils.
All the te.iehers reside in the sime build
lim wit b tlie pupils. This fivars tlie exer
cise o that care and solicitude ot which
young ladies should not be deprived while
absent from t be paternal root. The rooms
are neatly carpented and conveniently fur
uished, and supplied with feather beds and
pit ows, soil double blankets, heavy com
forts aud com tortable wood fires. Though
Moderu Languages (French and German),
are marked in the catalogues at tlU each,
yet they will be included with the Ancient.
For lurthr particulars address,
B. F. CABELL, President,
or W. F. V iirrKSiDES, Proprietor,
Woodbui o, Warren Co., Ky.
Jewelry Uo use in the Ci ty
Spectacles, Soli Fens, Clocks, kt.,
- NASHVILLE, TENN
Iverware Made to Order. feb2-77-tf
m fancy mums
OFFERED TO MERCHANTS.
COLE M IW A, TENN
A. TYLER & CO.,
And dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
l.-, 17 & 10 N. Market St.,
WM. J. WILLIAMS,
AND DEALERS IN :
Al UlAds audCEvery Style and Sis
of Burial Cases, Caskets Cof
fins and Gloss White Finish.
Atteuds promptly to all calls, In town or
surrounding country. Uno Hearses and
gentle horses, and all at reduced juices. Al
ways ready. Air Tight and atei proof Ca
ses and Caskets. Phdy Walnut Collins ten
dollar, l will deliver at any depot on the
railroad. WM.J. WII.J.IAMS,
Cor. Main 4 Ht. John Bis. . febl-77-tim
Attcrrey ;t Li7 ni Ssllcitsr ia Chficsrj,
Oflloe Ou the South Blje Of the NonnrrvJ
with Wilkes 4 ilulloek. lblll-7;-iy
V Q LAS S. C
Lamps, Cutlery, Spoons, Castors,
"Window Shades, lHic,
JhM? LOW PRICES 2
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.,
As low as they can be sold,and for Hoofing, tititteritis.-iiid II. paliln-, rail at
No. 9 South Main Street, .... COLUMBIA, TLN.
If you propose to build or Improve your property, eill and examine oar in-w s'o.-lc of
MARHLKIZKD MANIKL.S. They are handsome aud cheap.
23 Xa J- 1ST
Ami all kimls of IMain inul V:
loiiKTs. E?tF Apctit also
gai is THE
teiiii ii. u, t ii
CALL AND SEE HIM-NO. 20 PUBLIC SQUARE, COLUMBIA , TENN.
No. 45 Union Street.
The undersicned linvlnc pnrehaseil the entire shirk, working Instruments an I u tod
will of tlie tilKKS A KT HA I.I.KK Y, would resp-'et fully an iioumv I Iril li - is mil v prep n -ed
aud determined to maintain tlie reputation of the esiililiui".ii as tlie 1 IIL-W' A IIP
iA LLKKY lu the Suit hern f'ta'es. All liiiprovein.iits l.i piiotor.ipiy are prompt I V
adopted, and ali our work guaranteed V give sit i. net ion.
v. i:. A.ni'ritic;.
July ls77.-ly. isiiee.;ssor to t'.u I C. 1 'i -1. I ' !.
JOSH G. BAILEY & 00,
NO. '2H NORTH r?IDE
(at lei; a i:kyann out m am
Perfumery, Fancy Toilet Articles,
PURE WINES A1TD LIQUOES,
For Medleal Purposes, together with all articles usually It. pt on sale l-i a
FIRST - CXtASS DRUG STORE.
Special Atienti'n to Physician's Proscriptions, which will be filled at all
Hours, DAY OR NIGHT.
HKACMONT HlTiHES is wiili tin Ifoiisf, timl will ! -I.-.. I L. m rvt- Iim
many friemls, lie liavini; li:il nearly four yours x I-i 1 1 ;ui. Mr. 1 .: , i 1 --,
(tlx many of liis nlil friemls know), was foiiiwetfl it It Mckm-s. '.i. - Rrynu
licfoi'o tin; war, for live years. july l.'J-.'lin.
Eye, Ear, and
No. 9 North High Street, near Corner Church Street.
Office hours from 10 A. M. to 1 i yt., and from :!:. to li v. m.
FREE DISPENSARY FOR THE POOR ONLY.
Open from 2:.H) to:J:;S0 p. M. dally (Sundays excepted. Julyti-ly.
m 3E3, Aaijff
Drugs. Medicines Chemicals, Perfumery!
SOAPS, COMBS AND BKUSIIL8,
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Braces, Fancy aud Toilot
Articlea, Books and Stationery, Kerosene Oil,
Lamps and Chimneys,
Garden Seeds, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnislics,
And Dye Stuff, Etc, Etc.,
Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal purposes, Patent Medicines, etc.
Picture Frames, etc.
I have moved ray utock of nooks, Picture,
r :t -class Hook Htore to my Old Bland, hextdoor
To the reoi.ltj's popular
W. R. EL AM & CO-
in,..f.iVoi.f h-l,l,t Jt, ill. , , .
KINDS w mm !
AT BOTTOM PIttCES!
CIlKAI'I'i; THAN ANViiNi: !
niry Slalioiu-ry, :il prii-i s in snii nil cus
lor tlx liii'-sl :inl swi'clfst toiinl I r
1TRLIC SO. CAKE,
WALL PAPER, SHADES,
and In fact, everything to lie found in a
to the I'ost UfHco, op.sWim Nelson House
COME AIiL ! !
low price Hook Bttire.
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