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Seso'.atiosf of Thank.
At a nioHfnjr f tin ntiiloyi's of tlw
Vni!ivillo fc Jhinltir DivMou f the
lu:svill fe Nashville railrtKhl, tlu
I'kIIom imr resolutions wen tuloid.:
IflvVl, that the nuiiiuniicnt of
tlio IjiiiiNviIIi At Nnslivillc niilnmd
:ir MiH-'iiilly utitll to our warmest
thanks for th-ir lilxml tnutimiit of
11 at our mint picnic.
Kfsolvtwl, tlmt tln iiKftiiiK lirrvliv
lcsiriM to express to Mr. .lame (iitl
!, SuH'riiiteiilcnt of this (livinion,
jjrratefiil.wnse of the obligations eoli
frrtvtl uikii the mployes of the Nash
ville A: lH-cntur Division ly hi uniform
onijileration ami courtesy, ami P-xi-i-illy
hy his thoughtful provision
for their enjo vn icnt at the iconic on
the 11th instant.
Itcsolvcil, that the HMi'tiiii; liko
m is- tenler to Col. John McOavot-k
their sincere thank for the free- ami
cheerful oisjosal which he made to
them of his jrronmls on the same occa
sion. Onlereil hy the incctiiif; that a copy
of these resolutions lie furnisliea the
Ijouisvillc it Nashville rallroaI,
Jus. (tetliles anil Col. Met JavfM-k.
.1. 1. I'WXK,
T. .1. I'AKKISII,
J. 1 'oKKITT,
XV. It. H.M.KY,
Retaliation Scenes in Sistora
New York Tlmee Lrtter.
K very other house lies open to In
upection, f,,r the Hiilirarinni flnlMiol
tne work of ilestriK-tion eomniencetl
ly the Musertvite soldiery. It was
n.it urul cnotiirli, too; the latter came
in with their IImmI up from the I'lRht,
ami the nivalis, as lilientteil slaves,
sought to vent their fury i'sm their
former masters. The ncjrrocs lil it at
Sun Dominuo, ami there is no ncjrro
fresh from the shores of the Conjro
M'lioiu I wotiM insult hy eoiii-Kiiiii;:
him socially or intellectually with
home-hriil I'lilicirinti. There were
some horrid scenes, they tell . me, in
Sistova on the morrow of the assault,
iiml fonlays after, ami Turks were
huiitci! out of their hitlinii-plaee ami
shot flown like !ors, ami rnic nml
in tin lei- ami pillage mill every foul
ilccil which lu-! ami hrutality could
imagine was per) ict rated, under the
eyes of the ISu-'sian olVa-eis, until there
wim nothing left wherewith to re
proach the sina2!li for last summer's
atrocities, except, it may lie, in the
i) 1 1 1 1 1 i h -r of the victims. Hut this was
not the fault of the Jtulgariaiis. and
they will do licttcr when the Held for
the exercise of their reprisals shall
have hccoiiie more extended. And
when human victims were wanting to
their vengeance, they wreaked it iimmi
inanimate things; every house, from
cellar to roof, has heeu gutted; chim
nev places and walls have ln-cn de
molished, floors torn tip in search of
concealed treasure. J landfills of wool,
bundles of rags of every sort ami color,
the accumulations of generations of
Osm-inli for the slutting of their tradi
tional divans, are scattered n I unit the
rooms like a thick carM't, or lie in
heaps in tliestreetsiind gardens, when'
ven the fruit trs-s have liecn chop) mm I
and hacked simply la-ennse they were
once dear to the Moslem. I don't
think that litis wanton destruction of
projH-rty caused me any very painful
feelings; it brought its ow n punish
ment with it, tor these unreasoning
brutes might have occupied the com
fortable dwelling of their old tyrant
with no one to sav them nay; and tin
soldier, even of the inosi civilized in
pies, is inclined to "loot" when the
lighting is over. Hut it was sickening
to gaze upon the shattered and upturn
ed tombstones around the tlcsi-crated
inosues, for then- is something sacred
in the repose of the grave, ami rcsficct
1 ir tie tea 1 1 is written in every con
JOHN T.TrcK r.n.
J. T. & W. F. TUCKER,
Wlio'.esalo nod Ilelail
G-r o o o xs
North-fast C'orurr 1'ublir Snr,
' tlnni'iin, : : : Ti mi' nt .
I nlrro In cotton und nil kln'lM of produce.
llivrr.il 1 vnnccs matte on goods In torc.
Th nineteenth itnnual cMlon of tlil
itcliool. iitulHr Mrs. S. II. Mack, will opt D
MOM' XY.SKITKMHKK lid, 1S77.
Aiu. 10-1 III.
Bon Aqua Springs!
Thin rlmrnilng MUiiimrr rvort, Iftmted
rl)(ht in lira from Itoii Aijua (SlHtion, tlilrty
UMir in Hi" iroiu Nashville, on ttir Naitlivlllt
iiml .North wkU rn Ixllroail, will be npt-n ft
th-r.t- l Ion of visitors on June lmii, 1ST?
Tlii- wilier of these Hprttim re caiehraleit
for lh--ir rei uperiillve erte -Is upon lelk-jn
men ami i-luUlrru, ulimu retl ami rxliNiistrd
-.n tmitl iiis, as well as lor the eiire ol dl
caMes ot Hi- Hlmieutiiry t-anal, dyspepKla.
einoiii.-l Hrrhta. ein-tiailon and mi none'
oiiiplitlntool rhllilieii. diseases ol the kill
nevs ninl k'ii.n'il ineiistrual 1 se.sei. etc
fhe road li tw-eii llou Aiii ami Pilmn
M"- i. i-i.c-n w i-ii workeil in ! plan
and pleuaiit for traveling. A hark, will rui.
belwevu these po:ul I win. n week.
W. H. HI'ssKt.U
JuneJ-Jin. J. K. WINBUHNE.
H. B. EDMISTOM'3
Will bestln Its next session on MOSDAY,
IS KIT. ;h'd, IS77. Thorouuh InstiMctlon
given In I.Miituui.'s, Mulhematlus aud Nat
lerms tor tuition as fellows, payalle
ITlmary ri:.ss s,
Jnteriiieilliite is s,
g bJDl u J
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Advanceil Classes, .... b VJ nrxt term or thiaooun, iu iu """
A"1" . . . . . .... ..t; .r..i,..... In tne town of Columbia. oil the
f,re.lC,ili mm, oy Frm.s.i , i . in.
lol.uviuf jBuuniio-, . '
., ... i . . . i u. nu. i
t.otis for the la-t two yers: w
drews W. S
Jtaliis. - n.
ju J iJ-tt,
WUUuius, W, B, V tlaou.
J. B. Oincy r. W. r. Ingram, Iraate, et 1.
15v vlrture of tlicree of the Ilonorahle
Cbancrry Court, at I'olninhio, Tennessee,
rendered at M' April term, 1877, la the
ijore alyled ea,ane, I will proceed to offer
for itale, at the coon-house door, In the town
of Coiutnbut, Tenneaaee, to the hlgbest and
be-t bidder, at public outcry, on the 24th
day of Heptember,- 177, th following de
scribed tractor land, lo-wl : A Iracl or par
eel of land lying In tueelxih civil dlaUict,
of Maury County, Tenneaeve, on the walera
of the eat proiiK of Fountain Creek, aud
bounded a follown: llegluning at m chin
iUapln white oak, Fleming' owner; thence
outh lit ; east jJ'4 poles to a, net rocs on
Boyd's lloe;l.heiVB (tout It KS;e 7' poles to a
set rock, Daniel iDgram'a coriiei; thence
north t ; elM poles to aliickoiy, ThoinpMou'i
cxN-uer; (hence west 15 poles to a sour wood;
theuce.uorlh 2' e MO polea to a set rock, hick
ory anil white oak pointers, at 8 and 12
links; tbvuee north 7a"; went .VO polea to set
rock, beech pointers, at 'It Jink; thence
Mouth SI; west j2 poles to stake branch,
Fleming's corner, with hickory and pluiu
pointers, at 3 pules, I IV, llnk; the sume be
ins south IX . west irom corner; thence
smith 2 ; went . poles to the beKlnnlng; con
tatnlng tw acres aud 113 poles, be the same
uuiiviir IttM. Haiti laud will be sold on a
credit of six, twelve and elshteen n.ootbs.
free from the right and equity of redemp
tion, which right or equity Is hereby ex
prewily cat oil. The purchaser or purcha
sers will be required to execute notes with
tood personal security, bearing lute rest
Iroai day ol xale,iid a lien retulued lor the
payment of Ihe purchase money. Posses
sion and control not given uutii alter Juuu
ary lt, 1S7H. IT fce, .
Aug. 10, 77. I- B. COOPER,
Clerk, and Master.
By vlrtns ot two lira to me directed
from the Worshipful County OMirtof Man
ry county. Tennumn e, at the July term, 1X77,
in favor of John 84. Hlrkey, use of A.N.
A kin. Clerk, vs. James K. Donalson, et si.,
t will otrr for sale for cru to the highest
adder, at the court-house door In the town
.f Columbia, on Monday, the 3d day ol Sep
tember next, all the right, title, ciaim and
Interest tliut suld lonaiaon has In and to
the following described tract or parcel of
land, (ItuaUtl In the H ste of Tennessee,
Maury county, iHh civil district, l-eliig the
place where sold defendant, J. F. JUoualson
now rexluea, aud I bounded by the lands of
il F. Ltonalson, Hllas Kitchen and Akin,
containing ninety acres, be the nana more
or less, and levied upon as the properly of
said J. F. Iionalson, to satisfy said execu
tions. Hale In lawful hours.
WM. A. A bKXANPKR, Sheriff.
Ry 1. K. ALKXtKUtK, lep'y Bberlff.
August 3d, 177.
H. M. Nicholson, Trustee, vs. Cieorge P.
wnutaKer et ai.
It appearing from affidavit filed In this
cause, that I he defendant, !. 1. Wbltta-
ker, lsa non-resident ol the Stste of Ten
nesMw: It I therefore ordered that he enter
his appearance herein before or within the
first lure dsysof the next term of the than,
eery toil it, to be held in the town of Co
luitibia. Tennemee. on the first Monday In
ctnbrr next., IK77, and plead, answer or de
tnur u coniplMiuant bin, or me same win
tie taken for eouiessed as to him, and set for
hearing rxparte: and that a copy of thin or
der I -r published In the Herald and 14 all, for
four couseeutlve weeks.
August 17, 177. 1). B. COOPKR, C. 4 M
Thos. Wr. Gray et al., vs. R. C. Jackson et al.
It appearing from aftldavit flUd In this
cause, that the defendant, Nathaniel
JsckNon, Is a non-resident of the Ktate of
Teuuessee: Is therefore ordered that he enter
li.s appeatatice herein before or wlthia the
first three days ol the next term of the Chan
cery Court, to be held at Columbia, Teiin.,
nil nenni AiunuHj in maonrr next, is,,
and plead. answer or demur to complain
ant's bUl, or the same will Ins taken for ran
fi ssed as to htm aud set lor heariiig ex pur.
te; and that a copy of this order be pub
lished for four vonsecullve weeks iu the
A ugusl 17, is,". 1). B. CXX 1KK, CAM.
Notice to Tax-Payers.
Owing to the potponeinent of the colec
tlon ol the taxeis aud lor l he benefit of per
sons who may desire to pay their state and
Couuty taxes, I will be at my office In Co
lumbia, on every Monday from this date
until the 2ntu ol Octolsrr, 177.
May 4th-lf. W. T. EDYVAKD, Trustee.
Order of Publication.
II. K. Falu ") In Chancery
vs. I at
Mary Fain. J Newburg, Tennessee.
It appearing to me Irom complainants
uni, wuicn is sworn to, mat Mary i-alu
la the defendant In this cause, ana is n nou
resident of the ntnte of leuuensee, so that
the ordinary process of law cannot be serv
i upon nei: it is tnereiore ordered by me
that publication be made lu the Herald and
Mail, a uewspapcr published lu the town of
Columbia, Teiiu., lor four consecutive
meek., the last of which shall be at least
on wee before t ne next kitting of our
lhaucery Court, to Is; held al the court
uoiisa in the town of NewlMirg, l-wls coun
ty, lenuessee, ou Thursday, the ;U'li dy of
August nexi, reUlriuu the Hind defendant
to iippcar nud pleud, answer or demur to
complainant. bill, or t lie same will be ta k
en for con feKsed us to her aud set lor hear
July 2A, l77. W. H. FLANIOAN, C. & M.
J. II. Gregory vs. F.lu T, Hpencer el al.
Il appearing from, affidavit filed In this
cause, that the t'ef ndsut, Thos. Alleu, is
non-resident of the Ntate of Tennessee: Ills
therefore ordered thai he enter his appear
ance herein before or within the first three
das of the next term ol the Chancery Com t.
to be best at Columbia, Tenn., ou ihe first
Monilay lu Oct. next, .s77, and plead, answer
demur to eoiuplnliiaul s bill, or the mine
will Ik) tukeii lor eon leased as to him, jtud
set lor lieHrius exiwrte: and thst a cuiiv ol
I Ilia order be published lor four couoeculive
weeics in tne tieraiu ana .VI nil.
August 17, 1S77. I), li. LOOI'EU, U. 4 M.
Ifavlng this day snugesteil the Insolvency
tf Jonn I'awson, deceased, to fhe Clerk of
the County Court of Maury County. Tenn
notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims sgslusl Mid estste to file them duly
authenticated with said clerk on or before
the 17tn dsy of February, S7s, for prorata
distribution, or the time wi.l be lorevtr
baired. H. A. HAW SON,
Auiiuat 17-1S77. Adiuinthtistor.
W. B. i:inmerson;et at. vs. Henry Jackson
It appearing Irom affidavit fllnl In this
mum (hat the deleudsut, Henry Jack'
son. Is a nou-rvsident of the Mate of Ten.
uesst-e: it U therefore ordered that he e u
ler his appearance herein before or with
in tne nri inreeaat-s or ine next sunns
of the Chancery Court, to be held al Coin in-
bis, lenn , on lite nrsi. Monday in October
n, XI, 1S77, and plead, answer ol demur to
omplatuuiii's bill, or the same will Iw tak
en lor confessed km to htm huiI ret lor In ar
lug ex pun.; and that a copy of I his order is?
iHiMlsheil for tour couseeutlve weeks lu the
Herald and Mall,
.vusual i , Is; 7. I). R. COOPER, C. M.
V. n. Itncaster et al., vs. John C. I.ar: cas
ter el al.
In this cause It ls-lns suicirested and prov
en that thed lendsnt, Jiimes A. ltllst, ta a
nou r Midi 111 ol Hie .suie of TetiUesKee, so
that that Ihe ordinary process of law can
uut Iwwrvnl upon imii, It m there lore or-
lere,! by tlie court thai put lIcatHMi be made
or four consecutive we. ks lu the Herald
.ind Mall, a uewKNper pnbllslmi In the city
Hi i:oluiiui. a, MMiiry county, lennessee, re.
inlriuK the saM defi'iidHiit to he and apiM-ar
oelote the Connty lurt of said county, ou
. he second Monday in Septemls-r, 1X77, and
plead, answer or demur to complainant's
dll.or thesKma will be taken for confessed
s to hliu and set tor hearing cx parte.
August 1U, 1877. A. AKIM, Clerk.
Land For Sale.
A valuable tract of fifty acres of land for
ale, ly lug alssit one half a mile tioiu Col-
imbiaon Ihe Muoresvino plk one nan oi
.1 finely timbered and beautiful sites tor
Hiiidlug. w 111 sell as a wnole or in rhn,
August 17-Jiu Col u in bis, Tenn.
Bool and Shoe .Maker,
tSouth Embargo Mreet,
Columbia, : : Tonnessee.
I dflre to say t4 m v old customers and
thers. that I still mske 1 tools and Shoes.
oid that no oue else Is autbinrlsed to sell
hem. Any person r merchant pretending
owll mv Hoots nrShnrs, Is defrauding the
public , for be Is telling a falsehood.
May la .7-i. m tK BECKfcNBACH.
In Chancery at
f . W. Tarrlsh et al
Inthlscaose It appearing to the Court
from an order beretoiore entered, that the
residence of A . I. .'. Farrlsh, John Asb
lon nnd Francis Ashton are unknown, so
that the ordinary process of law cannot be
erved nnon them: ll Is therefore ordered
I hat publication be made for lour consecu
tive weeks In the o'umbla Herald ami
Mall, a newspaper pnbllshed in Ihe town of
Columbia, Manry county, Tennessee, re-
i.iilrlnir said cieieuunnis to npinr pi me
",:,, October. 177. and Plead.
nraiuuuu.j ..." - - - -. , -
' answer orueinur ' T V",
".. i.mnrta coin ila 1 nsnl'S bill, or
r"mi will be : taken for confessed and set
.... i .in.. .iMrt. as to them
ABitwt " P. B. tVJPER, C. .
H. E. rendlelon et al., vs. D. C Helm et at.
By virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court, at (Jolnsabia, Tennessee,
rendered at the April terra, 1X77, Is the
alpove styled canae, I will proceed to sell to
the highest bidder, at the court boas door
In the town of Columbia, on Monday, the
21th day of Hept ember, 1877, the following
described real estate, to-wll: A certain
house aud lot lying and being In Ward No.
2. in the town of Colombia, and bouoded as
follows: Beginning at the corner of South
Main and Eighth (formerly Mechanic)
Hj-eets, known as Jamison's corner; run
ning thence east 70 feet; I hence sooth about
Do feet to a rock wall; thence west to south
Main street; thence north to the beginning.
Said hoose aud lot will be sold on a credit of
six, twelve nnd eighteen months; nee from
the right and equity of redemption. The
purchaser or purchasers will be required to
give notes with good personal security,
bearing interest from dsy of sale, and a
Hen retained for the payment ot the pur
chase money. JJ. B. t OOPEll,
August 1U, 1S77. Clerk and Matt;r.
II ink of America vs. J. A. Irvine et al.
By virtue of a decrej of the Honorable
Chancery Court at Columbia, Teiin., ren
dered at the April term, 177, In the above
styled cause, 1 will, on the iMta day of Mep
teinber, 1877, proceed to off er for sale at the
court-house door In the town of Columbia at
public out cry to the highest and best bid
der, the following described tract or parse!
of land, to-wlt : lying In district number.
ol Manry (uunty. Tenn . ana bounded
follows; on the north by the lands of George
W. I .nca nee'd on the eaat by Ihe lands of
l. T. Chappell; on the west by the lands of
Harrison Helm, colored, anil on the
south by the lands of I. T Chappell and
T. J. Timtiiom: and known as a part of the
tract or parcel of land sold by J. A. Irvine
to Merrick llunteraud Harrison Helm, con
talning by estimation ) acres more or less,
Hnld land will be sold ou a credit of 12 and
IS months free from the right and equity of
redemption. The purchaser or purchasers
will be rcojlml to execute notes with ap-
proveu security wunooi interest, ana a lien
retained tor the payment of unpaid pur-
cnase money notes.
August 17-77. D. B. COOPER, C, 4 M
J. M. Mayes vs. J. U. Klrkman et al.
Hy virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court at Columbia. Tennessee
rendered at the April term, 1H77. In the
above styled cause, I will. On the 21th day of
September, 1H.7, proceed to oiljr tor sale at
nublic outcry, to the highest and bent bid'
ilea si tbecourt house door In the town of
Colombia the following described bouse and
lot aud part of lot, situated In the town of
Columbia, itanry County, Tennessee, Dis
trict number , on Embargo street, and la
known In the p'.an of said town as lot num
ber.'ft). Also, oue fourth part of adjoining
lot known In said plan as number said
lot nnmlier fronts on said Embargo street
fifty feet aud runs back two Hundred feet to
snlil lot nninber :' said lot and part of lot
being the property formerly owned hy Ma
ry tiuest ilecessed. Hald house and lot and
part of lot m ill be sold on a credit of one
and two years, tree irom the right or equi
ty of of redemption, which right or equity Is
cut off and loiever barred. Purchaser or
purchasers will be required to execite notes
with good and approved security, besrlng
Interest from date,' and a lien retained for
the piiy ment of the unpaid purchase money
. Aug. HI 77. P. B. COOPER, C. 4 U
J. F. and A. B. Kerr P. P. Oraves.
By virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Clmiicerv Court, rendered at Ihe April
term, 1S77, in the above styied canse, I will
on Monday, Ihe ilth day of September, 177,
proceed to oner for sale at the court house
door lh the town of Columbia, to the high
est and best bidder, at public outcry, the
following described real estate, to-wit: liv
ing and being In the Mh civil district of
Mmiry county, Tennessee, and bounded as
follows: liegiuulugata stake, J. H. Cow-
dcu's corner, on Mary tHockaad a line:
thence south -7 sles to a stake In mouth ol
lane with nicKory ano wtiite oaa iointers:
thence south W. '. esst 17 poles to stake in
Tom I; thence sout h is polea to stake In Kerr's
field: t hence font b 71',, east 1IJ9 poles to
rock, with hickory and two dogwood
poiutcrs; thence north DO poles to rock with
black til in and hickory pointers; thence
west Ub 1-10 poles to beginning, containing
.'S aTi s ol land. Said land wi.l be sold sull
ied to the dower interest of Mrs. ISarah E.
;rv-s, which dower Id teres t is described
as follows: Hcgtnnlng at a stake, J. K
Cowdeu's corner, the same being the begin
nlm: corner of whole traf;t; inence south 4
poles to a stake, hickory and white oak
tHiluters: thence sout h fv' , ,, east 17 poles to
a stake in centre of road; thence south M
en! 10 poles to stake In road; llience north
77'.,". eust 10 poles to stake In centre of road
thence north passing Just west oi a spring
IS noles. 1H links to set rock. IS links nortu-
west of a Isjech pointer; thence west : 1U)
imies to a iHuinuiiig;cou taming n j-iii acres.
Maid hind will be sold on a credit of six and
twelve mouths, t xc-pt the sum of one bun
died dollars rash. The purchaser or pur
chasers will hi) required lo execute notes
with tood aud approved security, bearing
Interest from dale, nud alien retained for
the payment of the putchsse money
uotes. L. a. l oot'bit,
Aui. 10-77. Clerk and Master.
CHANCERY SALE .
Martha A. Osborne T9. W. B. Sowell et al.
Hv virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Courts, at Vlum ls, Tenn- ren
dered at the April term, 177. the above
si vied cause. I will, on Monday, the 21lh
day ot September, 1S, proceed to oiler for
sine at public out cry, lo the highest and
Isrsl bidder, at ihe court-house door lu the
town ol Columbia, the following descrllied
real estate, lo-wil : a tract or parcel of laud
lying in the 21h civil district of Maury
ouut v, Teiin., and bounded as follows, to-
wlt: lidluuiuit at the north west corner ol
a tract lormerly sold to said W. li. Howell at
a set rock 2U links from an eim on the east
and 31 lluks from a hickory aooth-west
thence running north u west ."In poles to a
stake 2 links west of a poplar pointer;
thence south 1" north 14! poles V links to a
stake In northwestern eige of road in Bra
zier's line : thence west, the road south ss
east, 2!' poles and 8 links to a stake, W. K.
Howell's south-west corner; thence with
Sowell 'a line north 1 ' 2W east 1 Mi pole and
links to the bKKionlBg containing by est.
illation alsut 27 acres more or less. Hatd
land will be sold on a credit of one or two
years, free from the right and equity of re
demption. Ti e pnicnaser or purchasers
will be required to execute notes with good
and approved security, bearing Interest
from day ol sale and a lien retained for the
payment of the unpaid purchase money
notes. v. 1. luurtn, c js.
Meeting of Stockholders.
The regular annual convention of the
Stockholders of the Duett Klver Halley Kali
road Company will be held at the Couuty
Court Room, Columbia, Tenn., on Tuesday,
inpii li asvoi rsepteinoer, is.,, ii is earn
estly reiiuesled that each shareholder shall
te prcs-ut, aud represented at the meeting,
either in ieison or proxy, to vote In the
election lor a Directory to serve Ihe ensu
ing year. Very Respectfully,
U E . Cil 1 LDK ft, Sec'y.
f, Marshall tiazetle, Fayetteville Ex
press and Waverly Joui hal please copy.
By virtue of authority vested In me for
that Purpose by a trust, deed executed on
the lllh day ot June, .-,;, by John A. Engle
and his wife, Mrs. Margaret E. Engle to me.
Insecure payment of two promlssary notes
of said Engle and wlte lor six hundred dol
lars encli. iwyable lo f rederick 11. walklus.
linsruiau oiine minor cuiMreu ot uenja-
min 11. Harris, winch notes have been
trans:eri d to Wiley 1- Hants, I will, on
Wodnestlny. the until dsy of September. l77.
at the c si 1 1-nou se tn coiumuia, lennessee,
sell as public sale lo the highest bidder, for
cjls i, f ice from tne right of redemption,
two lots or land, situated in toe town of Co
lumbia, Maury county, Tenn., conveyed to
me by said trust deed. The boundary Hue
ol tliefiit lot beginning at the coruer of
Hlzh street and Hamilton Street, runs
south with Uie west margin of High street
toil lo Steele a coruer; ineuce west
wiin Steele's Hue :tt-', feet to Eslvs' lin:
tlience north with Eaies' line -5-l', feet to
Hamilton street: thence east with mesoath
margin of Hamilton street it', to the be
ginning, Ipeing the lot upon wmcu the said
John A. Eugle now resides. The other lot
Is bounded ou the mat by the Pulaski turn
pike and ou the south by the
li tiou which William I'erry
ry , Jr. resides; ou the north by lot No. 11 of
the Jackson College property; aud on the
west by High Street, being the lot upon
which Ihe store honse of said John A. En
Is located. The sale will be made within
legal hours. U. P. FKIEKSON,
Au.ust 21th, 177. Trustee.
KUteof Teuuess-? vs. Mrs. HarahE. ax via
Hy virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chaooeiy Court at Columbia, Tennessee,
ereudred at the April term thereof April
17, 1S77 la the above atyted caose, I will
proceed to sell at the court-boo e door In
inetuwu oi coiuiuoia, tome nignest end
best bidder, on the lih day of August, 1N77,
the following described house and lot, alta
ated in the town of Columbia, oa Hoot h
Main Street: and bounded as foil wa: it.
ginning al T.J A lexander's eoraer la said
street (formerly Oreen Umlwm'a comer);
runulug west with the south boundary
line of said Alexander .'til feet to a rock
corner; thence south td feet to a hole 1a a
rock; thence east 2lo Ket to a rock eoraer;
thence south 7 I eel to a rock corner; thence
east ! feel to a corner in the street; thence
norm n its I to ine uevinninv; it bi lna the
lame put chased by W. K. Kent fiom M.
Helm, the deed of which Is registered in the
Register 'scdtlce of Mautv county, In Hook
il., Vix, 2. said house aud lot will lie sold
on tlie billowing terms: One-fifth cash,
the balance In five c,nat early Instal
ments. Tue purchaser or purchasers will be
required to execute notes with good and ap
proved security. Interest hearing from date,
and a Hen retained for the pay ment of the
July 13, wn. D, CCQQPEft,C.M.
rom trim tmn hi rciuc
BE. C. II9LANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THEcountcnanceis pale and leatlen
colored, vtrilb occniioiial flushes, or
circttmscribeil pot on one or both
cheeks ; the eyes become dull ; the pu
pils dilate ; n azure semicircle runs
long the lower eyelid ; the nose is ir
ritated, swells, and someti ms s bleeds ;
a swellingof the upperlip ; occasional
headache, with humming or throb
bing of the ears ; an unusual secretion
f saliva ; slimy or furred tongue ;
breath very foul, particulailv in the
morning; appetite variable, some
times voracious, with a gnawing sen
sation of the stomach, at others, entire
ly gone ; fleeting pains in the stomach ;
occasional nausea and vomiting ; vio
lent pains throughout the abdomen ;
bowe4s irregular', at times costive;
stools slimy ; not unfrcquently tinged
with blood ; belly swollen and hard ;
urine turbid ; respiration occasionally
difficult, and accompanied by hic
cough ; cough sometimes dry antl con
vulsive ; uneasy and disturbed sleep,
with grinding of the teeth ; temper
variable, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
arc found to exist,
DR. CM.' LANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOKS NOT CONTAIN MEHCURV
n any form ; it is an innocent prepara
tion, not capable of doing the slig ht
est injury to the most tender in fant.
The genuine Dr. MV Lane's Ver
mifuge bears the signatures of C
MVLank and Fleming Bros, on the
wrapper. : o :
DR. O. M9LANE S
Tlicso Pills are not recommended
Mnreinedy "fbrall the ills that flesh
is heir to, but in affections of the
liver, and in nil Bilious Complaints,
I3ipepia, and Sick Headache, or
disease oi liiHi coHrnctur, incj oumu
without a rival.
AG UK AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used pre
paratory to, or after taking (Quinine.
As a simple purgative they are mi-
BEWARE or IMITATIONS-
Each box has a red wax seal on the
lid, with the Impression Dr. MV-
ijakk a liver Tills. Q
OEach wrapper boars theuignatares
oiC. MVLank and .Fleming Uros.
Sold by all respectable druggists
mod country storekeepers generally..
Ryvirtneofa venditioni exponas to ine
directed from the Honorable Circuit loun
of Msorv counts'. Tennessee, at the Mar
term, IK77. In favor of John W. Ixekrid(ie va.
W. T.M. Kraneh, James Al. tiilliam. S. S.
Crahr. It. T. Lonr. endorser, and S.irali A.
Krrant, stayor, I will otter lor sale for cash
to the highest aud best bidder, at the court
house door In the tuwu ol Columbia, ou
Monday, Ihe 27th day ol August, ls7, nil tlie
right, title, claim and interest that the de
fendant. W. T. M. Brunch has in and to the
following described Irsct or piireel of 1;ijI,
situated lu the Mtale or Tennessee, Maui)
county, district No. 1, and botindotl as fol
lows: On the north by the lands of Thomas
Tindell: east by the lands ol said Jiuileli;
weot by the lands of M. Andrews aud wife
south br the lands of Ralph (iris.s,in, con-
tsintnifju) acres and the Interest of said
Hranch In said land, being the one-ei&bth
thereof, and levied upou as the property of
said Hranch to satisfy aia order oi sale.
Male In lawful hours.
WM. A. ALKXANPFH,
Juy 27. 1S77. Kheriir.
Bv virtue of alx writs of venditioni rxp
nsa'to medlrected from the llnnorable Cir-
cull Court of Maury couuty, Tennessee, ot
the May term, IN77, iu favor of W. It. Krier
son Co., vs. R. O. I.inu and J. K. I.lun, I
will offer tor sale for cash to t he highest aim
best bidder, at Ihe court-house door In Ihe
town of Columbia, on Monday, the 27t.li day
of August, all the right, title, claim and In
terest that the defendant has in and to the
following descrii ed tract or parcel of laud
situated in the State of Teuuessee, Maury
county, 11th civil district, and bounded on
the east by A. Howen and Cieorge Welwler;
J. K. Unn; north by tlie lands of Michael
Klnser, dee'd, aud W. F. Kinier; south by
Ueorge Wehtter, oontatiitng about 31 acres,
he the same more or ler, and known as the
Thomas Howell tract of land, (subject to the
homestead as laid oft" by commissioners ot
forty-five acres.) and levied upon as Ihe
property of the defendants K. r. Linu and
J. It. Liun, to satisfy said orders of sale.
Male lu lawlui hours.
WM. A. ALEXANDKR,
Julv 27. 1X77. NlKinff
W.O. WITHERrtmtJN, l puty.
By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas
to me illm-tnl from the Honorable Circuit
Court ol Manry count', Tennessee. Hi the
May term, 1x77, In favor of Slimiu Johnson
mud wile vs. Joel 8. Iteaves, J.T. Akin and
Henry Johnson, secuiities, aud It. Hughes,
stayor, I will otter for a:e for cash lu t he
highest and best bidder, at the court-house
door in I tie town of Columbia, ou Monday,
the 27th day ol August, 1X77, all the right.
tine, claim and interest mat tne aeieniiant,
Joel K. Iteaves, has In and to the following
described tisct or parcel of land, situated In
tne mate oi Tennessee, Maury county, i'ltn
civil district, and hounded an follows: Ou
fhe east, by the lands of W. F. Hpeed; sou lb
ny Hi U.K. llieve-; west ny
north by Oeonte Cauuon. 1. c
oel S. lilees,
HH acres, more or lews, and le v ie
property or said defendant, Joel Klees,
to sat isry said order ol sale ana costs. tSale
In lawful houjs.
W. A. ALEXANDER,
July 27. 1S77. Hherlff.
Wn. Doss and wile vs. Lovlck Loflin ct al.
By virtue ol a decree at the October term
1K7. and revived and renewed at the April
term. Is77. in the Honorable Chancery
Court, at Columbia. Tennessee, I will on 11
21th dsy of September, 177, nnicteil to otter
Kir sate to tne nignest and nest uiduer, at
the courts hoose door In the town of Colum
bia, at pillule outcry, the following de
scribed real estate, to-wll: Situated in the
Stale of Tennessee, Maury couuty, almnt
t wo or more miles est of Colii"l h. Ten
nessee, on the north bank of Duct River.
adjoining the lands of Anna Booker, dee'd.
oa ine wesi;n. uranam on in nortn; iia-
vid Wltnersiioon on the south and east, and
containing about oue linudred and thirteen
acres, more or less. Snld laud will be pold
on a credit of six and twelve mouths, iree
from the right or inuity or ledemntion.
ine purcuaser or puicnasers will be re
quired toexecute notes, with appruveil se
curity, bearing Interest Irom dateind a lieu
retained for the payment of the purchase
August 10, 1X77. U. MS. CUOI h.lt, C d: M.
K. Roth and wlfd.et al., vi. Robert Kenne
Pursuant to a decree of the "A orvlilnfnl
County Conrt ol Manry county, Tennessee,
reoilerctt at lt Auifiiat term, 1S77, lu the
auove myied rauie, 1 will sell to the high
est and heat bidder, at the court -house diair
in the town of t'oliinib a, on Mondny, H. p-
euiia-r iu, inn, ine iracioi ihuii ueM-riueu in
the Pleading. Ivlnir iwrtlv in Manrv 1111m iv
and partly in Liawrence county, ou the cen
tral roao leading irom Alt. Pleasant lo
Wayneaboro, known as the Rohrt (1. Ken.
neiiy place, ami bounded by the lanos if
sauiuel biuaru lUitH-rt H. Howard aud oth-
erx, eon lain I ug ;ttO acres more or h-ss. Hld
ana will tm old on a crulit of twelve
mon I us. except me Mini of ntlv dollars In
caiib: note with approved aecuritv. and a
lien will be retained for the payment of the
percnaae money, cuiuug on llie equity ol
August IU, 1877. A. Si. A KIN , Clerk.
O. C. Taylor, adrn'r, vs. Heir and Creditors
01 1. J. iralg, dec (I.
Ry vlrture of a decree of the Ilonorahle
Cuenvrry Coiit at Columbia, Teuiieaee,
reudered at Ihe April term. 17,. In fhe
above alyled cause, 1 wilt, on Mouda, the
.'41 n day ot ctepremoer, ia, 7, prnctea fo oner
lor aaie, ai rue coun-uouse uuur, lu tue
towu oft olambla, to the higbet aud bent
bidder, at ptiWlc outcry, the following de
scribed real ealate, to-wlt: A tract tn- parcel
o iand fyln la the alzth civil district o.
klanry Cooaty, Ten new ee, bounded ou the
north by Ihe land of John fi-oit aud W.J.
PooM; ou Ihe east by Ihe land or T. R. K
Boat wrlght; oti the wert by the landa aold
by the ealal T. J. CraiX. in Ilia lite time to J.
A. Matthewa; and on the wmth by the lamia
belonatng lo Ue extate of Callha Carter,
ihc'd;oiMitalnlriK about one handrej and
htrtr-eiiclit acre, more or lesa. aid land
will be aold on a credit , of one and I wo
yeara, ecept the aum of one hundred aod
fifty dollar a In caah, which will be rtqmred
of porcbaaer on day of aale. The puichaaer
or perchawers wl l l reipiired to execute
notea with good and approved eecurity,
Peanng mtereat from date, and a lien re
tained on aald land for the uayraei t of the
purebaae money note. PoavexKion given
after the ft rat day 01 January, 17. Pr fee
A0Pt JUi It't ' ! IX KPR,
Clerk an4 Master,
A. Q. ROTJLSTONE,
Sill KRQUSE & CO.,
North West 'Corner or Third
Usee st reets,
C1XCIXXATI, OJ JO.
FOU 8ALK AND RENT.
I hove a new I'inno and Orean, both of su
perior toue and finish, containing all mod
ern improvements, that 1 otter tor sale at
bait puce. Both instruments are fully war.
ranted to give satisfaction. Also, some sec
ond nana 1'ianos for ssle or rent on reasona
ble terms, KOBT. 1). MM 1TH,
Marcki otMJiu. Co.umbia, Tenn.
GoY'iiicnt Claim Agency.
Now is the lime to file your ( laims or
Bouuty, Arrears a ml I'nv, t'l-nsioii aud A r
rears, nnrof 1X12 and istil. Ail Claims or
property taken by the Federal army during
ine late war, anu carrying mo jtiau neiore
the war. colltcled with tlie usual dispatch.
Persons frrm a distance can communicate
with the undersigned. All tiiisiness attend
ed to promptly. Ollice under Herald aud
Mai I, No. 22 North s aiu Ktieet.
March H-77-ly. J. L. WILSON.
Cornell & Buchnau,
and repatriuir, al l.-inib
civen to painlinc
t!C Uoyd's Factory,
J. B. ASHT0N, J. P. McGAW,
Aftf.rclimil :i ml i nut.iii fill.i- I It-iloi-w ui.
licitcd and filled with disp ilch. t 'usloin
(Jriiiding done lo onlcr, and s;it islaction
guaranteed. Casli nicl for wheat ami corn.
1-Olt SAI.K- Hnr i;ocm 1 in Dine water
Wheels, almost new. lor less tliati half the
origins! cost. Also, Bevel gearing, Spin
dles and counter-shu ft, complete for a two
ruu mill. Address,
july6-Jm. Colutnhia. Tenn.
FEMALE INST1TUTII !
SEUTEMliEK THE 1S77.
Circulars statins roitr-p of study, and oili
er particulars, will lie sent on application
to UEV. orJl. HtL K l-.l 1 , liei lor,
JnlylJ 2tn. Clun:biH, Temi.
CUM, 1,11 OK. I
The Fall Session
opens August UtO,
W. It. J. M. WEBB.
Oenllemen who visit this cstsh'lshnirnt.
will always nrul ine Is-sl arlists In t olum
Ida. II air Cutting, Shaving nnd Sliam-
poonlDg done tn eleunnt style. All the Pro
prietor asks Is a trial.
An Kngllsh. Classical. Mat lipmaLicat.
t'ommercial and Military School for young
men ami ooys. ine iiilii annual session
will open ou
Koa4a7, S9FtsmbsrI3, 1S77.
For Circulars with
ply to the rrincipHl,
M IL LIU E H IT
"Wholesale and Retail,
BRYANT, Ag t.
" Rnflerick I'Htterna for khIp. Slimr
uB auu riuning uone 10 oruer. june;-ii
Titcoinb & Towlcr,
Al (he Oil I .V'tii', Corner Miin St.
uid 1'ublic Square,
WITHOUT A RIVAL
THKNASHV1L1.K WKKKI.V BANNKR.
pnoiiMiea ai ine low figure 01
Oaie Owllaraad 1'llly per Year ,
ahould t taken hy every former in the
.Stale, ll contains
Full Telegraphic Intelligence
from all part, c.-in-iully prepared market
reivrt.-, editorials on eurreut tunics, and a
choice and ample vnrieiy ol Kclectcd mnt
ter. It is, par oxi-.eni-n, II10 wiht for
I hone who wish lo keep up with tlie timex.
lt eheipnesa conimeiicla it tr all, and its
value as a new nieiiiuni rendera it altnokt
lnileHi enyMble to the family circle.
Specimen oopie aont free on application.
Atldrea. TH K HAN SER,
Or apply to your Poatmaaler or the nearest
Agont, ol the Banner,
Emporium of Fashion.
MRS. M. J.
REAL KSTATE BROKER, INSURANCE,
andOcneral Agent, Loans Necotlatetl,
No. 75 Church Street, Maxwell House, Nash
ville, Tenn. bj Uives personal attention
to all business ei trusted to him. Will
cheerfully answer all Inquiries In regard to
this section of Tennessee, its soil, climate,
health, advantages, etc aogl7-ly
THE PEOPLE'S GALLERV.
Thuss & Co.,
!!j UNION HT., COR. COLLEUE,
All kinds of work known to the pho
tographic art will be executed In the best
style, cheaper than any house In the city,
and particular attention paid In taking
children. Copying of all descriptions. A
shsie of your patronage Is respectfully so
licited. WM. EM Bl till, formerly with
Uier's Gallery, Photographer. augl7-2tn.
ST. CECILIA !
For Young Ladies.
THE ST. CECILIA ACADEMY, near Kasb
ville, Tenn., will resnme slndlee on the
3rd of September. Parents In utjest of a first
class school for tbelr daughters will do well
to make trial of this Academy. For thor
otighness in every department of female ed
ucation the St. Cecilia Academy stands
high. One lea !o re in particular that should
recommeud this Institution tojthe sensible
lirent, is the influence exercised lo form
the pupils to views and habits of rconotny.
ami to render tbeni practical and useful
woman of society in after years. Simplicity
in dress is of rule. Superior advantagea are
held out to lovers of music. All the popils
receive daily lessons in vocal exeiclses, hy
competent teachers; and one of the best vo
calists In Ihe South Is engaged to cultivate
the voices of young ladies sufficient matur
ed for receiving particular vocal culture.
The Imported Williams Singer Sewing
M scb i ties are precisely the same as the
American Singer, in their workings and
appearance, but isiicn mijx rior tn Point ol
rinrsu ami siaieriai.
We assert and are prepared to sahstantl-
ate the fact, that we ore ottering Sewihg
Machines superior in everyway to any of
American manufacture. The working parts
of our luacbihe are
Made of the very Best English Steel,
and hence Durability is
ww Every machine Warranted renre-
Nehted, tSatislaclinn gnaranleeil or money
I refiimli 1. Bepalrin ot all kindasewlnK
machines promptly attended to.
H. W. HAYES,
1 I'or Hi Market Street, 2 J North of Union,
Machines sent C. O.
Light Dress Suits !
Blue Flannel Suits!
Stylish Stripe Suits !
Night Mohair Suits !
Black Alpacca Frocks & Sacks !
Mohair and Linen Dusters !
Elegant White Duck Vests !
Light Under Wear !
Stylish Neck Wear!'
Oitositk Maxwell HorsF,
NASHVILLE, - TENN.
-T11K t'l'RE OK THI
OpiUHl & Morphine Habit
1 1 I
OIVU-c X. 17 South Chfrrv Htrttt,
NAbH V1LLE, TKNN.
Ollice Hours 'J to ti A. M. I
lo tt r m.
W. I. Dismukes, D. D. S
"o. oi I nii iii Strtt't, t'orni-r
Cherry and Union Streets.
Ollice lionra from 8 lo I, and from :
Aug. - l-7l-ly.
to 6 I
yj I L' HTH Kit KXCLSK KOR
vith tlifwe wtio prefer tta Iming the former
color. F. W. lireenbalte'n. NaHhvllle, Tena.,
doe not gutxi the hair; dnipenaee with the
nrcetwlly for Hbarapoonllig by keeping the
hair and acalp nice and clean, which Willi
nave you more money than the Keatoratlve
costs yon; la an exquHMte dreaalng; aleety
IKTiuioeu; special restwea gray hair to ire
lormer eoior; clewnaca the head of all dan
drml, itrhinir, humor, etc. pnmtea growth
! 1 tie nnir; preveuta tta failing on, and rea
ders it mitt, ElOKsy and more heautiful than
ever. Hold at the very reasonable price of I
50 Cents Per Bottle.
The bottles hold as ranch a the dollar bot-
il'ti ol other Hindi, and the tonality is guar
Rin-eeil euuai iu an revpeci 10 any In nae,
as not lil UK 001 su-icuy nrst-ciaae articles en
trr iu roiiiKwition. Ulve it a trial, and if It
fails to sat inly you, be sure to return it and
getyonr money. Drug Store, north -west
corner pub'le cqaare. liberal dtacoamt to
dealers. eugS4 lj
101 Charvh 8trcet,
NASHVILLE, : : ; TENN.
' A ng. 174m.
Dr. L T. GUinr,
33 IU INT T I S T,
No, 113 CHUHCH hTKKET,
(Near McKendree Church,)
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
Ang. I7-77-ly. '
H, J. t'arnir.
iuasia mm i $mii
W NORTH COLLKOK ST.,
(Between Church and UdIod,)
XAS1IVILLJ1, : ': ' TEXX.
Give attention to selling 7W! Estate at
robrtc ana private aaie; renting and col
lectins aaen-a. i
and general Insurance bnsi-
Hats and Milltoy.
LADIES' HATS .
Trimmed to Order.
o) Public Mi'tarc, .
Nashville. : : Tennessee.
Miss Helen Miller.
Also, to Itt out ev?ry evpninjr,
a Kit'iulil variety of
No. 6 Union Street.
: : Tennessee.
white OMxIeh Feathers Cleaned. Stamp
In and Ktnbroiderlnfi done to Order in the
Desi manner. aug. 17 :m.
GROCERIES & FOREIGN FRUITS,
No. 43 Union St reef.
JV .1 fill I ILL E, : ; TENNESSEE.
Itealer In Foreign and lKjinestlc
Fruits and Confectioneries,
i Jv. Hurry Stoppimilr MtUfcU .w,
Aiul 'M Uniwi Slrret, .
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
B. H. STIEF-
Silver Lever Watches,
FASH IONA TLB
wini immn clccsj, etc.,
No. " t'lthrti St., Near M.uket,
every art ic e mmii in warranted n renr'
fienhMl. All Wall-h irnrli rininnlnail f.if
one year. mi. 17-tim.
H. V. BASSETT,
A D n 'E-1 'EE A M S. i L O OX,
NO. W UNION STRKET,
J, O. ROSS,
ent is -t.
NO. iH UNION HTIIKKT,
r- Over Oiers Uallcrj-,
Naihrille, : : Tennessee.
Sirs. S. J. Little,
No. 27 North Hammer Street,
AS11VILLE, : : IE XX.
Board S6 tier week: &
cents per day and
DRIED mil !
We want to boy Inrled Frnlf. and solicit
ine correefionneneeor an dealera. .
Ki and m Sout 1 1 Afurkel St .
ngl'-Um. Nanhvliie, Teuo.
W- I. Edwards,
(liven hixIezeltiKlve attention to the dJeKen
oftheKye, Kar and Nose. tilHei Kiitlle
lliHine, up-atalrs. . angJ7-Jy
T T BTTTetfl TUT .. 1-v
Physician and' Surgeon,
Office Odd-Kellows Teinnle. Chnrch and
Hlgn Ktreeta. itesldence IhJ Chu'ch Ht.
Dr. P. A. BADGER,
Odd-Fellow Temple, t'lmrch Ht.,
Nashvill. : Tennessee.
Man u fact urer and Dealer In
nl rK r,
nml Ctirnit p-,
Is'lft nipl Mtivlc WhipI-;,
furls, TftsM lsntnlNiN,
lmfr t'aiti nml
J'k turt'K f nil Kinl-,
NO, 38 UNION STREET,
IV'twrvii Collegf ami llit'iry,
NAfllVlM.K. - - TKXX.
IwikiuH'-llnfe" -nit in l
framt-H. Ohl l'k-tunm nml FraniM
IMtinsl. filial 7-ly.
IIRS. E. PIUHHEBr"
No. 5S North Bnmmtr Street,'
XAS1IVILLE, : ; TEXX.
PIS?1-D lift A lillUillU 1
IHIlY XHKIiAN, J. W.TUOMAH. W. C PI IIUKI.I.. I'. M. UOOIIAI.I.. 1: I . IOUi;.VN.
THOMAS A: O'O.,
ISTOTIONS, "WHITE GOODS,
HlBIIONS,SHlKTS, LNUEItWEAK, BLACK AI.I'ACCAK, ETC.,
No. 3 City Eotel Block, : : : : : NASHVILLE, TENN.
We are now in receiptor onr Kail HffM-k. which Is very large an. I attractive. We h-ivo
paid cash for our entire purchase, ami having bought prior to the lecciil advnuce, we aio
enabled to sell at Bottom figures. Particular altcutlou ull to filling oitleis.
Aug 1. 3m
ViUST S. LINDSLEY, M. D,,
Gives his exclusive attention to the medical and surgical
treatment of the disoasos of tJio
Eye, Ear, THont -rtMLcl ISToao,
No. !, CtirntT of Clinrt'li tunl Shihuum- siic i, d p )
NASHVILLE, :::::: TENNESEE.
ar The Oldest Established
WATCHES, JEWELRY and DIAMONDS,
Sterling and ntel Sil7erwr, Spectacles, 0:ld Tece, Clocks, Sic,
MAXWELL HOU6K, - - NASHVILLU, TKNN
No- 45 Union Street.
The nndprslirnexl hnvitii: pnrchaicd
will oftheUIEUS ARTd.M.I.KIIV. would
ed and determined to maintain the reniilatloii ol tlie rHtiiiillslini'-nf us the I-111- I AIU
ill I.I.KItV in lhaKiiiilliirii MlAlpa. Ml limiroveinellll ill nlioloriip'.iv ul c mom I'll V
JUly M, lK7T.-ly.
'Eye, Ear, and
No. 9 North High Street, near Corner Church Street.
Office hours from 10 A. M. lo 1 v. m., aud fioni (o ti v. t.
FREE DISPENSARY FOR TIIE POOR ONLY.
Open from CM te3:!0 p. m. dally (Sundays
ROBERT W. JENNINGS & CO.,
Successors to Jennings, Lismukcs & Woohvino,
Wholesale Hats & Millinery
(Xeiipyin?,' the 1)1.1 Slan.l of JKNNMNtJS, IISMI KI-.SV: WOOIAMM-,, in
the liililisliin House Kloek. e iM-jr lo tiiin.uni-f t our Iik ikH :iinl
the tr.nle renemlly tlutt we now litive in rr ;t hirve -lis U
if nil Sisals in our line Miil.iMe
FOUTllli FAT.l. T.KADK
To e;l-ll :iinl prompt lime ileiiler imr priee sh.-ill eonipi-lo illi .in.v ni.iikil
in Hie i'nileil M.iles. We make the lillin.',' of on ler- ;i kmi i ilii iiml mi.niuiicc
-v m mmr i t tTTif tn 0 r
Aug. 17 it.
f 'filiimhln nnd Mnnrr I'lmnly iipunle vi-
ilim: Nnlivllle mnv rest ii-Miiril tnt llir.v
mimtilaln Ihe very hsat niealH Ihe ntaiketl
aflords at reasonalile rale. Althe purest 1
aud h -tit. of llnnka nnd fiiar- ni my aiann,
corner of lieaderiek aud Cherry Streets,
Kivlivilln Ti.nniiMn. '
nil nn 0 1
Sole Agent for the
Mason Sc Hamlin,
Or -A. 3NT 3
Sht Mitiic and Nnmtl Ji.vcf Umxh,
Orders Promptly Fillcd-
I will Onarantee to aell a Better In-
atrameat for Ie Money than
ny heweein the South.
Jas. jL. McCIurc,
Union lictween Summer 4 Cherry !SK,
NKSHVILM; ... TFNN.
T. K. Wlntifenil. It. O. Wlnalrinl,
Dealers iu Fashionable
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises
I'liilMTllas, Tr.ivt-liii &a-.,
No. 7. N. Cherry HI., opposite Max well House,
NAHM VI LLK, TENN.
A. :. l OVEl.AXI.Hilr,tuin. July-ly
W. K. D0BS01T,
Cliuitli Strtt't, I'nnifr Soiilli di'Try
New York, Paris
C AN UK KtJl.'N'D AT
Draper and Tailor,
No. U7 North Cherry bl.,
11 r tin 1 1111 1 1111 1
b FRANKLAND & CO.,
The liest Bargains in "the City !
(Ileal Ifidin-emenui oflercd to tho
NO. IV UNION STKEKT,
Tjfe : ; Tenne.8ee.
Jewelry IJouso in tho City
Ivors are Made to (iidtr.
entiro stock, worltlna In li it'ii-nl -i oi: l i;.m.
resp - , lully
HilllolliK-H in. il ne I- lilllv !! ! i
PIH'iTSSCir UUUI ni'm, uutii.
excepted. jnij ly.
ti.ua l. w. J n iur c-: lu.,
". .ii 1 1.1 1.. 1 i. t-j-r-,1-1 ..
no. 0 rriiut
J I. JJraJilJy, Vropriclov.
A. TYLER & CO.,
r o o o x
AimI iIi mN'Ik 111
Foreign and Domestic Liquois
I 1, 1T.V lit N. M;n U I -t .,
NAn'IVI I.I.K, : : :
1 1 1 1 I1M11 .
Porter, Bryan &Alforcl,
S liilesile I I 1 4 In
I'ropi letuix ul I lie I e. 1 1)1 filed
PORTER Rl FL.E" CKiAIl-
Xiixln ilh ,
June '1 id
NASH VILLG, TENN.
Tl.lll-lrlll l illi . I ( illli 1 i I'lulll
$1.00 TO $:;. l'EIt DAY.
Ktnnll rooiim I-'. " R 1
Nov. :i 7li.
I:iy when called fm .
Established in 1835,
Coiiinicrciiil liisliliiiioiis !
The Oldest in America.
No. I N'orlli siiiihiiit St.. N isiivllle, Tenn ;
No. l.rt; liroiitl u ji, .Ni-w 'lllW;
No. - t im ii si , N.ti.
Open n ll I lie e:i i ,
J. W. DOLUEAH,
Author Ol "I :Ih:ii 's Kcieliee of ' t lilllll
Khll'," No. I i Nih I li -mniiHl HI.,
NhsIi vl.le, '1 eilll.
noou-Ueeplng. tn nil II- (it le" li , 'i.n'-lii-Hlly
nint I li-Monuii) v lau-lil, wfi limit iv
penae hi pitil Inr iisi'Ii'm-, Imhikk, hill. h hIi
free ai'i-i-na Ii mI I the l -si rinllMiia mi lln
aiibjecl, without, deeept I ve liim iir n nsle ul
time on IIimI whieli in utterly iki'Ii kh. ' m
puptl la, In h lew iii'intliM, put llirmiuli 11
-oiii'Meol praet ire Inr areuler lu variety anil
extent than oecurs In nny l.iiiiniin iiou-i-III
five yeara. Inch himiin-Ks Ihiiihi. Ih .mi
flmil lo a ri'pet H inn of he kiiihII vtiili'tv
tiHiiKielxinM hi t hat piirtii nlar Iioiihi', nml
lo onn liirni ol keeni 11 limika, while t I -
Ilia alumlil inelmte all v.'.i lei n hiiiI loruiH,
i he li ttllilim nl iMM.k-kc i' llii; Ih un ,
lent exercise 1,1 i,( uiiiul ami ii.nsi,, t
pim-II.e In biellin, Hliu- and Aillln
lie, and for Un a- reaaoua ouxlil to lm lauhr
at au early aac.
Wi lllnir. the
-lenco and lliey
a a) Mt-em ol llHIlil
reioovea to o a I
dlliou ol Ihe
liolhears imve, by
I (.! liceil i, )ie eel f
ill I v
I IHf '"- '"
la ! pi'il emi
., ml, a li l
In il sliml. li hi ii
nin e, hovi i
limy Ik! Ht tn, .
who tollow Ha InHlriirtliuiN.
alx loalxly eni,,l u-ei in,
lo write with chc and i I'
eranip and nIiii Hih uiiU
I'ttaaoirnplif l y .... ,
porting Is eiy pliifllc i," ,,.,, ''
pr.ivini: iiiisiii. h a y ..... . im.
.Some ivflii m me no'
i "i- in.
per dny repm lr
icreiwil Itll dollaia
Kiiftne Wr' i , ,
anal inr , .'".
emh, tut ,' ."' .V' ' "I one hour
traliirpr ON ,."' ,'' "''. MjU.
Ha-iK-k' -..il... "V. - i I i-.
Kutlo- .. I' ''!'"; f
tm , ,:. ',,"-;:-" ""ie entry ,
TI1' ''""al tltnn
.... . ' "U'l aliilinnei v v..
me to three iiumiIIih.
I'upila pay lor flic
Iwaika u sei i
La Piorrc House,
. H'N.M.S: ;
V-iO l'l-it 1AV.
tf7 Xl Mt IU I.M
iIc.iiilin- 1 1 to
law at tlili lioiiHi.