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New Vork Herald.l
"What Dottor Karl M:irx silhulcs to
in saving that the "private life of M.
Thiers is n.s inianious as his public life
is odious" is this: When Si. Theirs
was younsr he fell (an fall a vast hir
j.rity of iM-enchnion ) in love with a
married woman of the name of Mine.
Dosne, the wife of sv stoekhroker.
This lady had a daughter ly her hus
band and had, by and by, one by M.
Thier. The relation between the lov
ers lasted as lonj? as the lady lived;
nnd so far M. Thiers was, aeeordinfr to
ecrtain notions of the French, a truth
ful man. In countries where, as in
Fiance, there is no divorce, mistakes
which are made by yountf ieniile who
marry ami see sifter a short time that
they arc not lit for one another, have
no other escape than that of u subse-
jiiriit concubinage withsonie one else.
Il.id M. 'I'hiers merely -lopcd with the
wife of the stockbroker no one in
France would probably have had any
thing to say ar.tinst M. Thiers or
Mine. Dosne; but what he isnccused of
now is, first of all, that he always re
in, lined in In I.-in ess transactions witli
the husband of his mistress
From the time that lie came into
power with the accession f Louis
Philiippe to the throne of France, he
took advantage of the political infor
inalion he jiossesscl, communicated it
to the stobkbroke;', ami yave him thus
the chance of sjx-ciilat iuir at the Stock
Fxchaue with full security of success.
Of course, the profits which the stock
broker realized were shared by M.
Thiers, and it is chietly in this way
that tin- fortune of the Dosee family
and of M. Thiers himself has lieen
m ide. I 'uilicnnore, lonjj ln-fore M me.
Do-nc died, M. Thiers, with a view to
secure to his illegitimate daughter his
11 niie and hi fortune, married his
own child. Tiiis scandalous fact is
known in France by any one who
knows anything of M.Thiers, iujustli
cation o! 'whom, howevcr, it must le
said tliat it was always believed, even
by his cnemks, that he never had
v illi his wife any of tiie relations im
plied by the marriage. It seems to
nave lieen a purely practical trick cal
culated to secure the happine'-s of his
illegitimate olispiintr. The voting
Mine. Thiers was left at full lilierty to
live as she lik.nl ami to love whom she
liked, and the handsome woman is
known to have taken full advantage of
this privilege, ft was in aliiisiou to
this fact that, when M. Thiers lx-yau
to assume power over France and to
speak of his patriotism, jocular people
called him "the f.ithvr of Fiance and
of his wife."
As the details of the lives of men in
prominence are often falsified, and ac
cordingly (picstioncd by tiie public at
lartre, this fact might also !e regarded
113 an invention.
In the well known residence of M.
Thiers, in the Mace St. (ieorge, there
was a part of the house crammed with
all sorts of most valuable antiiuities
and works of art, to which Mine.
Thiers never had access. People who
enjoyed the intimacy of M. 'Unci's,
knowing that only himself and Mile.
Dosne had access to that warehouse of
treasures, used to make endless com
ments asto whether M. Thiers and
Mile. Dosno -were studying art or
studving love in that retreat.
Nancy t'. lliyles ct i
, vp. A. C. A 'Ion ct itl.
1 1 nnem ln from al!l'I:i vit 11 led in this
cause, ili.il 1 Iieili-feiHlmits, A . C. A Mm, Hen
ry Allen, A'. K. Pipkin, J. K. 1'. Pipkin and
ts-i 1 1 io Led; nni, .1 ih. Jout-.s and liis wile, M.
K. .J'iii-s, cit i.ins of the state of Arkitusiix;
. W. Kiwier, 11 c-.lizen of IIih suite of Tx;
joust Kosier, h eil i.cu of the IStato of .Mi-tiis-Kip'.i;
Josljoi Kiistt-r, H c;t:y.en 01 ilieSt'ite of
A !tli:tmn, aie non-residents of the tState. of
Tuimoie : it li thereinto ordered that they
entr t.'ieir nppe:ir;ineo herein before or
within lilt first three days ol the next term
of liie ( 'Imneery Court, t be lieltl at
( ii!unili'a, Tumii'wi'e, (in the lir.st .Monthly
iit ikiiuIkt lie.:!, is, 7, and plead, auswer or
tjemur to roiiiplitin.-iiit' bill, tr lite snme
will he taken lor ctiuioscd ;n to them, and
set for henrum ex part; and Hint a copy of
tills order he piihiishetl for lour consecutive
weeks in the lie-aid and M'tH.
Kept. 7, lsT. U. li. C'OOPKU, C. & M.
Valuable Tract of Land
FOR SALE. .
If not s.i!,l at privnte s.-ile, I will sell 011
III? pr.-nu.s.-!.. :i Moiehiy, O;:olr li;h, IS77,
the iru- of laud m which I lit iitle Si!om:iu
P. M ixu ell tlittl, ll'.t miie.i S'liuh ol Colum
bia, on the I'uIhs!'. 1 pike, containing three
liiinilteil .-u-res, iiinl li l:ne, excellent hriek
lesich nee About one hundred and titty
lives cleared latnl, hahiT'ee in good tiniher.
w ell un It-red wi;h u-vti--dyiiiK t-priiigs.
Terms i i.te-ihinl eash :onl the hrtlauee on
tine ami two years Lime, With good :eurity,
lien retained, l.tmt so il in one, two or
more travbi, to s-iit purchasers.
September 7tU Ul. Executor.
. tv'pijr, A tiiiliiislrnliir, vs. I elis and
riel:tors ol f..ny I. W eon, iiecfi.
P.y virion ot ;i deeree tf iliu lion. 1'han
r :y I'oiirl a! ('o'liinlita, 'i'enn., reuttered nl
the April term, 17 1", l!i fne chove styled
iMiiise, i will, oil li-t lirsi day of (lelolaa-,
l.s77,o!li r lor sale ul pnulio outcry, to Hie
lniit.t and best hid. I. r, til Ihe eourt-hoONe
l'"r, 111 Hi.' town 01 I'o'iimui.'i. 'I'enn., the
follow ing tl'-serioed iratl oi parcel ol land:
n tract ol Ian. I ! y 1 1 1 j; : ml ot 111 111 ftianry
County, Tenn , 111 evil district, No.il, ad
Joiniiiij the lands ol lom Sellers, 'riioioas
H. Wiiii. mis. Al r. Nancy It. HheeKO( ihkI
l'.iins .1. A 1 mst 1011-', and touriinn upon
illicit Iti ver, contain ins a'viut ;N licres, and
k miwn as I he tirav I'. vVehh I met ot laud.
Sald land will b sol I as n. whole, except I lot!
liorti'.in herlttor srt tparl Iti the widow ol
said Webb, us io,ver. Sud land win be
sold 011 a cicdti ol one and 1 wo years, with
i'lteresl iron tint" ol s ie, except the fcutn ol
t'ni.).ii!l lu ciS'i. i'uicoaser tr purcli;i!eifc
will le required lo execute notes with ap
proved cariiy, and a lieu retained lor the
payment of tho unpaid purchase money
notes. J. T. 1 1. I'lH IIKAN.
Aua. 31- Special Cominissiouer.
SALE OF LAND.
J IV Oraey vs. W. P. Ingram, trustee, et al.
My virture of Hilt ceo of tin Iloi.orahle
I'luineery i'oiirl, ul o.umiia, '1 en uewee,
reiid.-rtt at the April term, I.S77, in the
nlhive Htyled cause, 1 will proceed to oiler
Mi sale, al I he com I -bouse tioor, In Ihe town
ti L'ol'ini i!a, leiiiiessee, u 1 lie highest nnd
lv.t bald. -r, ill public outcry, on the Vlth
il-ty ot e .tember, 1S77, liie lollowniK de-M-rih.
d unci ol .a.ul, lo-wli: A tract or nr
e'l 01 land iv i 11 01 1 lie sixi h eix il disiiicl,
01 ..aury I'.iumy, i'eii nes e, ou in) w.iicrt
in tut' easi (inn of I'oiinlalit Creek, and
IxiuinhM us lollops: i 'imntiK ht a chlu
i a ipui white oali, KieuuiiK'" corner; t hence
south Pi ; east , poics to u set loeu on
l;oyl's liiie;lhei.ee t.olllti S-S';) 7-'r;4 poies 10 n
Hei rock, iwiiifl 1ii;i'ii.'ii Colli. a; ti.ence
north '- ; i-ii poles to a luckoiy, ThtnupKonV
tMi uei; theaee west 1 p.ilt s to u sour wood;
t hem c,imrl li 2 e :l p iles to a set roi i, hick
oiy ami white oak ftiuters, at 8 and 12
link-; theiict! 1101 1 11 7.i ; e.-t V) poles to sel
loci;, b'tch poinli'is, at 'Si IiiiHk: thence
MMUh -7 ; wt si aj I'.i.i.i 10 stake branch.
1- iein Ilia's coiner, Willi hickory and plum
jioliitci-, at li poles, II j link.-; lliCMini.) he
oii south -n . West 1.0111 cornel; iheuce
Miiilh 2 ; west "- poles to Hie beiuuin; ton
I a 1 11 1 11 " acres and 11.'! poles, be the i.me
more or less. S.iul laial win lie sold on
ere. ill ol si x. t wti ve nnd elelileeu itontlis
free from the right and equity of redeiop
Inn.. iik'ii lii.i i'l tqui.y is hereby e.
picsslv cnl oil. 'ihe purchaser or purr ha
Kers u 111 be K quin d 10 execute notes with
aiod M'rsonai kihuiiI", bearlni; lnn-rest
Iroai tlay ol sale, nnd a lien lelained lor the
payment 01 the purchase money. lses-t-1011
and eoelioi 1.01 i;iveli uull alter Jauu
ury i-.t. 1S7-. l'r lee, .
Aug. 10, 77. J. V: MOPKrt.
Clerk and Muster.
II. Haywood, t-t nl.
, vs. Mai lull llay
.. I'm -nanl to n tied rn of the Vorsliipfu
I'onm.v coml tl Malliy coliuly, 'I e 11 f : t ssee,
r.'iifh red al its s plemer lei til ls;7t i i,,.
above stylet! cause, I will s- II lo Ihe hithf-t
nnd Ih'si netdei.at Ihe colli t house door, In
1 t.e town ol t'olcm l.ia, 011 Momlay, 1 ctoticr
Mb, 1-7., tin tj tiacts ot laud dsrrUM d in
I he pit ad.ns. ami 1 mj: in the nth civil
ill-liiil ol .Mainy coiinly. on ICnob rret k.
kntiwn a t he si..lomt'ii !!; wih.il lands, ar.tl
ImiiiiicIiiI as follows, to-uil: Ton-l No. I.
bounded no llienollii ny jiio. iv . ihounis;
on the f .".st by '1 hos. JIai ton and W. Sel
lers; on tlientmlh hv S. I. Wi'v hit; on the
wcsl by .latnes .Seaton and Mix Mai-arct
Noli 1.; cot. tain 1 : ik iOMiiit n ii.'t ty acres, Abo
tiacl No. 2. i 11 s Hue : is 1 1 Set. and Included
t 11 I he noi 1 h by Sit plien Williams; east bj
.loloi A. i'1.1: : r ainl John VV. lhon.; ou
Ihe south by John W. Thomas-on ihe west
by H. . I. Sell:. is; coi.tMitiin:, aliout H neies.
A il ot s .id land u 1 II so d, t xct pt onc-fiairi h
ol an die in l:a! No. 1, coblain 1 112 I he
graves ol Iheii nna -slurs, ami i reset veil by
Ihe ht in as a lamny but) on: place, on a
tied it ol one anil two j ear.-', except the snm
ol one hundred dollars 111 citsii. j'urchnser
r. quired lo c.vc note amr approvisi s ruri-Ij-,
is-ai 111 Interest from date, and a lien re
tained tuui'ure jiayuieul fit imrrbn uiou
ey. A.N. AKIN,
eit. 7-:t77, CK'ri aatl Lwaiuii-ssiotier.
Titcouib & Towler,
M the Old StatuI, Corner South Main St.
and Public Square,
J. INCLINE A CO. are now prepared to
threHh, hull and clean clover need ready for
market, 1th tbelr Superior HI rdsellTb renti
er, Hulleracd Cleaner combined, for one
third, and will threnh in Maury and adjoln
ins coumies on 1 he xhrteMi. notice. I bone
wlio have clover to thresh will please com
municate with on at Campbell Station, Mau
ry County, Tennessee.
Aiig.3l-3ni. J. L. CLINE S CO.
Notice to Tax-Payers.
All Taxes for the year 1K7K must be paid by
thel'Oth day of October next, if you wish 10
nave cost and commission, ns the law rom
peln me to pnt them onl. on that. day. I can
be found ot my olllce, next door to peat-office
every day from now nntil lhat time.
W. X. EDWARDS,
Sept, 7, 1877. Trustee.
Hnvine this day unvested the innolvency
of John li Allen, dec iiaed, to the Clerk of
the County Court of Jiiory county, Tenn.,
notice i.s liereby given to ail persoun baving
claims miainst naid estate to tile them duly
authenticated with Bald clerk on or before
the 31st of December, 177, for prorata dis
tribution, or Ihetuimo will be forever barred.
Augnnt 31, 1877. A dm in Intra tor
J. II. Gregory vs. Kjjin T. Spencer ct al.
It appearing from allidavit filed In this
cause, that Ihe defendant, Thos. Allen, is a
non-resident of the Slate ol Tennessee: ilia
therefore ordered ibat be enter his appear
ance, herein before or within the rjrt three
davs of the next, term of the Chancery Court,
to be be. dot Columbia, Tenn., ou the firnt
Monday iu Oct. next, 1"T7, nnd plead, answer
demur 10 complainant's oUl, or the Mime
will be taken lor confessed as to blm, and
set for heal iui; exparte; and that a copy of
this order be published lor four consecutive
weeks in the Herald and MaiU
August 17, 1H77. 1. 15. 1 OtjrEU, C. & M.
Bauk of America vs. J. A. Irviue ctal.
By virtue of a deorej of the Honorable
Chancery Court at Columbia, Tenn., ren
dered at the Anril term, 1K77, iu the above
styled cause, I will, on the SMt.h day of Sep
tember, 1S77, proceed to oiler for side at the
court-house door iu the town of Columbia at
public out. cry to the hithest and best bid
der, the toliowlng described tract or pa-.cet
of laiif4, to-wit : l lay la district nnmberi'O,
ot Muuiy ( vuuty, Tenn , and bounded as
f.llowfjon the north by the lands of George
V. I.ui iM oec'd.; 011 the east by the lands of
I. T. Chapiiell; on tne west by the lauds of
Harrison Helm, colored, and ou the
south by the lauds of I). T. Chappell and
T. J. Tlmmoie; and known as a part of the
tract or parcel of land sold by J. A. Irvine
to Merrick, iluiiteraud Harrison Helm, ron
tH(nlii by estimation 30 acren more or less.
Said land will be sold on a credit of 12 and
18 months free from the right and equity ol
redemption. The purchast r tr purchasers
will he required to executo notes with ap
proved security without interest, and a lieu
retained for the payment of unpaid pur
chase money notes.
August 17-77. D. U. COOI'ER, C, AM.
By virtue of authority vested in me for
that purpose by a tiust deed executed on
the Hth day 01 June. l.s":, by John A. JOugle
and his wile, Mrs. Margaret E. Eagle to me,
lo secure payment nl two promi&sary notes
of said Kugle aud wile lor six huudied dol
lurs each, payable to Frederick II. Watkins,
guardian 01 ihe minor cnldreu ot Henja
iiiiu it. Harris, which aules have been
Uausierred to Wiley L. Harris, 1 will, on
Wednesday, theiiiln day ol September, 1877,
at the court-house in 1 olumbla, Terjnessee,
sell as public siue to the highest bidder, lor
cos 1. l.-ets from the right of redemption,
two lots of lDd, situated in the town of Co
lumbia, Maury county, Tenn., conveyed to
iue by said trust; deed. Tne boundary line
ot the tli st lot beglDiiing hi the corner of
High Street and Hamilton street, runs
stiutu with the west margiu of High street
UK'1;, feet 10 Steele's corner; thence west
wiiu Steele's line j feet to Kste' liue;
thence north witli Esies' iine Sl'ijfi feet to
Hamilton street: thence east with tne south
margin of Hamilton sliest 3 !l! 3 to the be
ginu.iig, being ihe lot upon wnich the said
John A. Kugle now resides. The other lot
is bounded on the east by the 1'ulnskl turn
pike and on the south by the
lot iiMiii whicli William Terry
ry, Jr. resides; ou the north by lot No. 11 of
the Jackson College property ; and ou the
west by ilign street, being the lot upon
wtiit-ii me store House 01 said jouu A. K11
is loc.i iNl. The sale will be luade wituiu
leinl hour. li. 1 FUIEKSON,
August 21tb, 1S77. Trustee,
W. n. Kinmerson.et a!, vs. Henry Jackson
It appearing from allidavit tiled lu this
caiise that the defendant, Henry Jack
son, is a uon-resldeut ot the Mate of Ten
uessee: it is therefore ordeied that lie en
ter liis appearance herein before or with
in the first three davs of Ihe next aittiu
of the Chancery Court, to be held at Coium
but, Tenn , on the first Monday lu Octotx-
iiexl, ih. ..and plead, answer or demur to
ctimpJaiuaui s b;ll,or the same will betak
en tor courtsHed as u blm and ret for Ileal
iug ei parte; and thata copy of this order be
puuiisneu lor lour couseculi ve weeks iu lb
Herald and .Mail.
August 17, 1877. D. C. COOPER, C. & M.
Nicholson, Trustee, vs.
V hi l taker el al.
1: appearing nom aoidavll filed In tins
c-iuse, thai the delcudaut, to-o. 1'. V hit ta
li. r, is a 11011-1 tsldeiit ot the Stale of Ten
ue.sNte: il is therefore ordered thai be enter
Ins appearauce bcriin before or within the
11 1 si loree d.iysol the uext term of I be Chan
eery Couit, to be held ill the town of Co
luiutua, lenoessee, on the nrst Monday in
t )ciuo r uext, l.Si 1, and pleatl, answer or de
milt to .unnpiaoiauL s bui, or tne same wi.
be taken lot cou:essed as lo him, aud set lor
hcttl'iug expai le; and that a copy ol lhl.- or
tier 1 e published lu ibe llcialu and Mail, lor
tour coa.s'cu ivoweeas.
Ausust 17, 1877. 1). li. COOrER, C. i M
Thos. W. Uray el al., vs. II. C. Jackson et al
It appearing from affidavit filed lu this
cms-, that the tleieinlant, Nathaniel
f ienson, is a non-resident til tho Slate of
Te incssee: is theit-t ne oidt-retl that heenter
his appeaianre herein before or w llhiu liie
first three days of ihe next term or the Chan
ivry .tu rt, to lie held at Columbia, Tenn.
on the first Mondsy lu October next, 1S77
nud p. cad, snswer or demur to complain
ant's bill, or the same will bo taken for coii-
lessed as 10 him and set lor bearing ex par.
le: and that a copy of this order be pub
lished lor tour consecutive weeks In the
ileram ana .1:1111.
August 17, 1877. I). U. COOI'EU, C. & M
John P. Cook vs. n, m. Cook et al.
By vir'ue tf a decree of the Honorable
i bailee ry I out t at Columbia, Ttiin., render
ed nl the A prn term, is, ,, m ine above sty I
d cause, I will 011 the 1st. day ot Oetolier,
1S77, ottVr for sale ill the Court-house dtior iu
the town 01 Coiilumhia, to tho burliest and
ht't bidder, nt. public outer-, the following
uescrineo real esiaie io- 11: a imct 01 land
of ammt fair hundred neres, lying tm liie
waters of liig Hitjby creek, Maurv County,
1 vim., nun aiiiDiniiiK hip lanus 01 si rs. h.lir.
belli Ileesc, it. C. Koter, Snm'l J. S'.ray
hirn, .1. II. Webster, Etion Robinson and K.
11. Sellers, and knowu s the home place of
John t. IVaik, dec d. for a more particular
description reference is made to a plat of
sain now on file in t he n(tie of the Clerk
and Master,nnd the pla twill he furnished on
thedny o I sale. Said land will be sold on a
credit of one, two and t hree years, except
six per cent, upon the amount of sale, which
must be paid in rash. Notes bearing Inter
est from day of sale, with good and solvent
security, will oe required of the purchaser
or purennsers, nun a lien reiaintd ior Ihe
payment of ti e unpaid purchase money
notes. free fioni the equity ol redemp
tion. Pri van bids will be rec Ived at the
ottleeof Clerk aud .vlastcr until rtny of sale.
Aug, ai-i7. 1J a twfLU, U & M,
Win. I and wile vs. Loviek Loflin et al.
Py virtue oi a decree at the Oetolier term
isTj, mid revived aud renewed at. the April
term, 1C7, in the llniioriilile t'hanoery
I 'iiiu t, iit 1 'olumhin, Tennessee, I will 011 t he
11 h tiny of Seplemlier. 1S77, proceed to oiler
tor K;ile to the highest ami hesl bidder, at
the court-house door in the town of C'oluni
hni, at. piihlio outery, Ihe following do
seii iMti renl estjiie, lo- il: Silnntetl in the
state of Tennessee. Maury county, nhout
tiro or more miles east of Colii-ili-a, Ten
nesnce. ou tne north Imnk of luc!c River.
:i.lJoining tin luiiils of Anua Hooker, riee'd,
0:1 liie we.l;S. L. tirnhaiu on the north; In
vid Vlthei-.iiMm on the south and eiisUaud
lonl.Tiuion loiu one i-nndred anil thirteen
acres, nioienr let. Srud hind will lie Fold
on A credit nf nix and twelve month., free
Iroin Ihe riht or iUI(y of ledem ptlon.
'1 lie purchaser or )uiehnsera will lie re
quired to exee.uie note, with npprtivcfl se
curity. In aring inlereMl Iroin f.i;.:e,nuil a lien
rel ained for the jiayineut of the purchase
AuKVtitiy.lS. P.O. COOPER, U.M.
FOBTT IEAU8 BEFOBC TBS FCBLIC.
DR. C. HI9IaANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
colored, witli occasional flushes, or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
cheeks ; the eyes become dull ; the pu
pils dilate ; an azure semicircle runt
along the lower eyelid ; the nose is ir
ritated, swells, and sometimtsbleed ;
a swellingof the upper lip ; occasional
headache, with humming or throb
bing of the ears ; an unusual secretion
f saliva ; slimy or furred, tongue ;
breath very foul, particulatly 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 ;
bowels irregular, at times costive;
stools slimy ; not unfrequently tinged
with blood ; belly swollen and hard ;
urine turbid ; respiration occasionally
difficult, and accompanied by hic
cough ; cough sometimesdry and con
vulsive; uneasy and disturbed sleep,
with grinding of the teeth ; temper
variable, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C.MV LANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
;n any form ; it is an innocent prepara
tion, not capable of doing the slight
est injury to the most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. MV Lane's Vkr
mifugh bears the signatures of C.
MV'Lank and Fleming Bros, on the
wrapper. : o :
t SR. C. MCLANE'S
Thcso Pills are not recommended
as a remedy "fbr all tho ilia that flesh
is heir to," but in affections of tho
liver, and in all Uilious Complaints,
Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they etand
without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used pre
paratory to, or after taking Quinine.
As asiinplepu'rgativctliey are ttn
equalcd. UEWAKG OF IMITATIONS.
Tlicgenui nc are never sugar coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the
lid, with the impression Da. M9-
Lane's Liver Pills.
Each wrapper bears the signatures
of C. MVLane and Fleming Bros.
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
BTXew Throughout! Refitted and Refur
furuished iu Elegant style!
Corner of Market and Sccpnth Street,
LOUISVILLE, . . KKNTUCKY
Fare $2.(K) Per Day.
JO. B. ALEXANDER & CO.,
Fancy Goods Einporiiini,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles,
KID GLOVES, FANS, ETC.,
1U FOUTH STKEKT.
Ett. Market and Jeflerson, Lonhviilr, Ky
A. G. ROULSTONE,
STIX, KBQUSE k CO.,
-W HOLES J
.North Went f'orner of Third
FOR SALE AND RENT.
I have a new Piano nnd Orcnn, both of u-perli.-r
tone and tinlsli, containing all mod
em Improvement, that I otter lor sale at I
hall price, Itoth instrnmenin are fully war
ranted to give nntisfiotion. Also, noma ec-
ontl mi nd 1'ianos for nale fir rent tin reasona
ble lei ins. KOBT. I). (SMITH,
Marcu au-bni. Columbia, Tenn.
J. M. Moyes vs. J. O. Kirk man et al.
I5y virtue of a. decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court at Columbia, Tennessee,
reinleretl at tiie April term, 1S77. In the
above nl. vied ciiune, I will, on the 21t.h day of
t-cpteiiiuer, i 1, procetxi 10 oner tor sa:o at
iub:icimtcry. to the highest and bent bid-
dea al t becourt house door in the town of
Columbia the following decilbefl house and
lot and pHi t. of lot, nttnated in the town of
Columbia, Maury county, Tennessee, Dis
trict number U, on Embargo ntreet, and In
Kiinvn in the plan 01 said town as lot num
ber i. Also, uue fourth part of adiolnlne
lot known In nnitt plan an number 3.1: naid
lot nuinher SI fronln on said Kmharco street
fit't v feet and runs back two uuudred feet to
said lot number said lot and part of lot
oeinc Ihe Droperty loimerly owned bv Wa
ry Uuest deceased. Haid house and lot and
part of lot will ue noiu on a credit or one
and two years, tree from the right or equi
ty 01 il redemiitiou, wntcn riant or euuitv in
cut ofl" and lorever barred. Purchaser or
puivhaseis will be required to execute notes
wlin i;ooti and ajiprovea security, bearlug
Interest from dale, and a lieu retained for
be payment ol the unpaid purchase money
Aug. 10 77. D. B. COOPER, C. M.
Martha A. Osborne vs. W.
B. Bowel! ct al.
Ky virtue of a decree of the Honorable
t'lianccry 1 tiiiri, at. iTjium. ia, xeun., ren
dered at the April term, 1S77, in the above
xtyletl c-ium, 1 win. ou Alone lay, the 21th
day ol optt'inlor, r. 1, pioceed to offer for
sale aiv puoiic t'ui cry, 10 me cilit-M and
btt bidder, at the conrt house door in the
town 01 coiuuioia. tne foilowlnic devcr!!!
real estate, town: a iraot or parcel of land
lying in the 2iih civil district of Mai.ry
iitllliy, ir iiriu uiiuuum an lOIIOWR. Lo
wit : lUxinutni; at tne north west corner ol
a tract formerly sold to aaid W. li. So well al
a sctrocK linns Irom an elm on tho ea.it
and ol links tnm a hickory Month-west
tnence rmming north S'J'. west 30 noles to
staAe J links west of a poplar pointer:
iiT-in-- i.m ii 1 mum 1 1 j iHiien if units 11 a
Hake iu nort bwcslern e.ie of road in ttra-
Kicr s line ; llit nce west, the road south m .
at, polea and d links to a stake. W. R.
Soweli'H soul li-west corner: ttitnrA with
Sowcii'n Hue north 1 IV east ilM poles and
links to tne lifKlouinK coiibtiulug by sli
jn ! 1011 nljtuit i7 ucrc more or Itss. Said
laud wlil Ih milij 011 a credit of one or two
years, free from tiie riaht and equity of re
demption. Tne purchaser or purchasers
will be rvtinireU to execute noles with good
and approved security, bearing Interest
from dy ot sale aud a lien retained for the
payment of the unpaid purchase money
uotes. l, U. COOrEIt, C.4M.
RBATj ESTATE BROKER, INSURANCE,
and Ueneral Agent, Loans Negotiated,
No. 75 Church HI reel. Maxwell House, Nash
ville, Tenn. OV Gives personal attention
to all business ei trusted to blm. 'Will
cheerfully answer all inquiries in regard to
this section of Tennessee, its soil, climate,
health, advantages, etc. auel7-ly
THE PEOPLE'S G1LLEKV.
rhuss S Co.,
19 UNION ST., COR. COLLEGE,
tfi8 All k inds of work known to the pho
tographic art will bo executed iu the liest
style, cheaper than any house In the city,
and particular attention paid in taking
children. Copying of nil descript Ions. A
share of your patronasre is respectfully so
licited. WM. EM BUSH, formerly with
Gier"s Gallery, Photographer. augl7-2in.
For Young Ladies.
THE HT. CECILIA ACADEMY, near Nash
ville, Tenn., will resume studies on the
:rd of September. Parents in quest of a first
class school for their daughters will do well
to make trial of this Academy. For thor
oughness in every department of female ed
ucation the St. Cecilia Academy stands
high. One feature in particular mat should
recommend this Institution toihe sensible
parent, is the influence exercised to form
the pupils to views and huhits of economy,
nnd to render them prncticil and useful
woman of society in after years. S:nipiicity
in dress is of rule. iSuporior advantages are
held out. lo lovers of music. Ail the pupils
receive daily lessons iu vocnl exercises, I iy
competent teachers; nnd one of the best vo
calists in the South is engaged 10 cu.tivate
the voices of yonng ladies sufficient matur
ed for receiving particular vocal culture.
The Imported Williams Singer Sewing
Machines are precisely the same ns Ihe
American Singer, in their workings and
appearance, but much superior in Points ol
Finish and Materials. ,
We assert and are prepared lo substanti
ate the fact, that we are offering Sewihg
Machihes superior in every woy to any of
American mauulucture. The workingparU
of our machine are
Made of the very Best English Steel,
and hence Curability is
W Every machine warranted ns repre
sented. sal Israelii n guaranteed or monev
refunded. Repairing ot all kinds sewing
uiucuincK pronipiiy aiienueu to.
H. W. HAYES,
18 Forth Market. treel, 21 North of Union,
Machines sent C. O. D.,
with privilege of
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!
Opposite Maxwell House,
NASHVILLE, - TENN.
W. L. Dismukes, D. D. S.,
Xo. of) Union Street, Corner
Cherry and Union Streets.
Office hours from S to 1, and from 2 to 0
FURTHER EXCUSE FOR
with those who prefer its beinz the former
color. K. W. Greenhalge's. Nashville. Ten J..
does Dot. pum the hair; dispenses with the
nttMOTsny ior KUHmpnoniuu ov Keeping tiie
hair aud icalp nice and clean, which will
save yon more money than tne Kestoratlve
cos!syou;i an ex.pi'Mte rtrt-KKinc; nicely
perfumefl; specially restores gray hair to its
former color; cleanses tiie hfud of all dan-
urufl, ltcUln;z, humor, etc.; promotes growth
of the hair; prevents its fallini; olT, and ren
ders it soft, glossy and more beautiful than
ever, bold at the very reasonable price of
50 Cents Per Bottle.
The bottles hold as much as the dollar bofc-
iiesoi oint-r Binos. fjiin me nualitv Is enar-
anueti etjnai in an respects 10 any in use,
as nothiuK but strictly tirst-class articles en
ter its composition. Give it a t rial, and if it
lalls to batisiv you. lie sure to return it and
tet your mouev. l'rn sitore. itorth-wet-t
corner pubde siisre. Lilieral dlsctuint to
dealers, lor sale in Columbia by T. B.
I talus. anally
MRS. E. PLUMMER,
No. 52 North Summer Street,
XASIIVILLE, : : TEXX.
liUnd For alc.
A valuable tract of tin v per pa nriami
KhIp, lying nlH.ut one half a mile from Col
niubiaoti th MofireKville pifep, one half of
itrinfly tlmtM-reii and bfmuifnl Blts for
building. Wilt sll as a whole nr in IoIa,
J. l. WILLIAMSON.
Ai'guU7 Sm t'wlnmuia, Teau.
Dr. P. A. BADGER,
Odd-Fellow's Temple, Church St.,
104 Church Street,
NASHVILLE, : : TENN.
Dr. L. T. GUNN,
No. 113 CHURCH STREET,
(Near McKendree Church,)
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
B. J. farrar.
immi mm & wakict,
REAL ESTATE TZ
3G NORTH COLLEGE ST.,
(Between Church and Union,)
XASHYILLE, : : TEXX.
(Jive attention trt aelling Tval Estate at
public ami private aale; rentlnc and col
lecting a-jen'.M, and general insurance busi
J.L Dismukes & Co.,
WUOL ESA LF
Hats and Miliincry.
Trimmed to Order.
50 Public Square,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
Miss Helen Miller,
Also, to let out every evening,
a splemlM variety of
No. 6 Union Street,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
White Oitrich Feathers Cleaned, Stamp
iin? and Embroidering done to Order in the
best manner. anic. 17-Sm.
G. CASTELLO ,
Dealer in Foreign and Domestic
Fruits and Confectioneries
Y N. Cherry St., opposite ilaxnvell House,
And 36 Union Street,
Nashville, : : Tennessee
13. II. STIEF,
Silver Lever "Watches,
JEWELS?, SILVOTAES, CLCCS ETC,
No. 5 I'nion St., Near Market,
Nashville, : : Tennessee
Kverr art icle sold is warranted as renr'
scnted. All Watch work guaranteed for
one year. nug. 17-Bm
H. V. BASSETT,
A XD ICE- CJiE 1 -If S'. 1 L O OX,
NO. 10 VXION STREET,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
J, 0. ROSS,
t i st,
NO. 4S UNION STREET,
r Over Glers' Oollery,
: : Tennessee.
Mrs. S. J. Little,
Ho. 27 .North Hummer Street,
Board SO per week; 85
cents per day nnd
II I! li; I) FRUIT !
We waut to liny Dried Fruit, and solicit
the correspondence or all dealers.
Wf N.t l 1 HI.,
63 and 60 Sout h Jlfarket Ht.,
augl7-3rn. Nahviilc, Tenn
W. I. Edwards,
Gives liisjexcluslve attention to the diftesRea
of the Eye, Ear and .Nose. Offic Ilattle
House, op-stairs. auglT ly
J. R.BUIST, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Otllce Odd-Fellows Temple. Church and
Hinli streets. Residence ItU Chufch Ht.
Manufacturer and Dealer la
Liook i ng-Gi 1 asses,
Boquet anil Music Stands,
Cards, Tassels and Nails,
Chair Cain nd
Pictures of all Kinds,
NO. 38 UNION STREET.
Between Colkge and Cherry,
XASHVIXLK, - - TEXX.
t3f LiOikiis-(JliHsea put iu iIJ
fmniCH. OU rictiues ajnl r limit's Jic-
THE CURE OF TIIE
Off lee No. 17 South Cherry Street,
Offioe Hours-0 to 12 A. sr. 1 to 1) p. k.
J. W. THOMAS.
MORG AN, TH03IAS Ac OO.,
isroTioisrs, white goods,
RIBBONSSHIRTS, UNDER WEA B, BLACK ALPAOCAS, ETC.,
No. 3 City. Hotel Block, : : : : : NASHVILLE, TENN.
We are now in receipt of onr 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.
VAN S. LINDSLET, M. D.,
Gives his exclusive attention to the medical and surgical
' treatment of the diseases of the
Eye, EtCtir, Tlioat cljzlCL IXToso,
Xo. 95, Corner of Chureh and Summer Street", (Up-stairs,)
NASHVILLE, : : : : : TENNESEE.
Tho Oldest Established
WATCHES, JEWELRY and DIAMONDS,
Sterling and Plate! SUrenrare, Spectacles, Qoli Pens, Clocks, tsc,
No 45 Union Street.
The undersigned having purchased the entire stock, workiug Instruments and good
vill of the GIKR3 ART GALLERY, would respectfully announce that he is lully .Prepar
ed and determined to maintain the reputation of the establishment as the MUSI A lti
GALLERY ii I he Southern Suite. All
...I . . ..1 1 I 1 ...... urf.. .rtl .1 T.I (1 t.lOl I J 1 frlVAKrt.tnlfletion.
July 20, 1877.-ly.
Ear, and Throat Institute.
9 North High. Street,
Office hours from 10 A. m.
30 tc 3:30 p. it. dally (Sundays
Open from '.
ROBERT W. JENNINGS & CO.,
Successors to Jennings, Dismukes & Woolwine,
Wholesale Hats & Millinery
Owupying the Old Stand of JENNIXCiS, DISMUKES & WOOLWINE, in
the Publishing House 51x k. We hog to announce to our friends and
the trade generally that we now have in store a large stoek
of all good in our line suitable
FOR TXIIU FALL TKADIL
To .111,1 nronint time dealers our
in tliH United States. We make the
K itisfii. tion.
Aug. 17-1 1.
H'oImriMa nnd Manry County people vis
iting Nashville may rud :aMiied tnat they
enn tihlain the very hs-st meals the market
utlords at rcioiounble ruti. Also tli purt?nt
aul best of 3 Iriiiks aud Cigars afiny stand,
roruer ot I'!aflerlcl. aud Cliorry blnrels,
TEMPLE OF MUSIC.
Solo Agent for the
Mason & Hamlin,
O DFfc. O- INT f3,
Shsct Music aiul Small Musical Goods.
Orders Promptly Filled-
X will Guarantee to sell n Better In
stramont for Lens Money than
any bouse in the South.
Jas. A BIcClure.
Union between Summer 4 Cherry Sts.,
NNSIIVILL.K, ... TKNN.
T. E. Winstead. It. O. Winstead,
T. K WINSTEAD & CO.,
Dealers in Fashionable
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises
UmbrellaH, Traveling Bags, &c.,
No. 7. N. Cherry St., opposite Maxwell House,
A.JS. COPELAND. Salesman. JulyB-ly
W. E. DOBSOU,
Church Street, Corner South Cherry
New York, Paris
CAN BE FOUND AT
Draper and Tailor,
No. 37 North Cherry St.,
L-FRANKLAND & CO.,
Dry-Goods Palace !
The best Bargains in the City !
Great Inducement offered to the
NO. 13 UNION STREET,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
r. X. OOODALI,.
R. F. MORGAN.
Jewelry House in the City
- NASHVILLE, TENN
Iverware Made to Order.
improvements in pnoiograpuy wo jiromjiuj
v; -j3. AnMSTUONO.
Successor to Carl C. Giers, Dec'd.
near Corner Chnrch Street.
to 1 P. m., and from 3i to 0 P. M.
FOR THE POOR ONLY.
excepted, Jul 0-ly.
prices shall compete with any market
rilling of orders a snifiulity and guarantee
B0BT. W. JENNINGS & CO
N ABHV1LJ-K, TENN KiSHEE.
NO. 9 PUBLIC SQUARE,
Jas. H. Brantly, Proprietor.
A. TYLER & CO.,
And dealers in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
IS, 17 A 19 N. Market St.,
NASHVILLE. t : : : TKNN.
Porter. Bryan &Alford,
'Wholesale Dealers In
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Proprietors of the Celebrated
"PORTER RIFLE" CIGAR
Transiont raU rttluoed from
$4.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.
Small rooms SioO a day when called for.
Established in 1835.
Commercial Institutions !
The Oldest in America.
No. 15 North Hammer Ht., Nashville, Tenn.j
xno. 1,111.1 nroaaway, iMew lor a:
No. 2u;i Canal tjf, N. O.
Open all the year.
J. W. DOLBEAR,
Author of "Dolbear'a Kclence of PeDman
ship. No. Li North Hummer fit.,
DMM-Hpf Off, in all IU varieties, prac
tically and thfirouKhly taauht, without ex
pease to pupil for useless boot, but with
tree accesH to all the Ix-nt authors on the
Hnbject, without deceptive show or wiute ol
time on that wnicn is utterly u.scieiut. 1 he
pupil is. in a few months, put throui:h
course of practice far greater in variety aud
extent than occurs in any buslnosg house
In five years. Kach business house is con
fined to a repetition of the small variety of
transactions in that particular House, auu
to one form ot keeplne books, while teacl
lug should include all varieties and forms.
The learning of book-keeplne is an excel
lent exercise of the mind and constant
piactlce In HpelUna. Writing and Arithme
tic, and for these reasons ought to be taught
at an eariy age.
Wi Ulnar, the Dol bears have, by t hirty
years experience, reduced to the certainty of
science ana tney nave invented
a system of li and jf tral n 1 n w h 1c'
removes most LT cramped con
dition of the iKZzrj I hand, and
makes successful iii il certain to all
who follow lis instructions. Persons from
six to sixty years of age can, i n a short, learn
IA Him wiiii i.--. a ii v, I n.fllliT, IlifWI-VCr
cramp and still the writing may be at first.
IIincraphy is easily learned, and re
porting ih very proiiiariie, and the most im
proving imsiness a young man can be in.
Home ladles are now receiving ten dollars
per day as reporters.
TtKBS Payable In Advance.
Business Writing S2U
usual uma twenty lessons or one Hour
each, but the lessons not limited. Noex
tra for pens, books, paper, etc.
Book-keepine. sinale entrv SOU
Full course single and doable entry S-io
this includes nooss anu stationery, rs o
extras. Usual tima one to Uiree months.
Pupils pay for tho books used in this art.
hoard and lodging from to 17 per week.
La Pierre House.
Xo. 37 Summer Street,
NASHVILLE, . . TENNESSEE,
siso nan XtA. V.
tfif Neatness and
lw at tliia house.
1 . . mmi'ffimmm
FULL STOCK OF STAPLE AND FA 11 CY GROCERIES!
Imported and Domestic
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO MERCHANTS.
Cor. Main and Eight St., .
IPrcpaa'c tor Wim-teD1
FOR CONVENIENCE I HAVE OPENED AN OKI-H i; AND
Between Sixth nnd Seventh Streets, on Cardcii f
ing's Blin k. Cull and si leet your
Full weights guaranteed.
j. "W- DTJNisriisrGrToisr,
Aug. 2-1-1 S77
Having determined to close Uusiness, we oiler our entire Stock of
AT COST FOR CASH, AMD
Whito Goods, Dross Goods,
Boots, Shoes, &c, Sic.
Those wlshlnc to rurchns anv kohIh In onr lin will do well to mil liiimcillalely. All
persons indebted lo us by note or a'-cuiiiit
rugs , Medicines 1 CHcais, Perfumery !
SOAPS, COMBS AND BRUSIll-S,
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Braces, Fancy and Toilot
Articlos, Books and Stationery, Kerosene Oil,
Lamps and Chimneys,
Garden Seeds, Glass,
And Dye Stuff, Etc, Etc.,
Pure Winc&aod Liquors for Medicinal purposen, Patent McJicinf), etc.
AND ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE,
YOU CAN ALWA YH 8KI.I. T
I. the iiiiilorsiirnetl, call .lie attention
ly that I am now
GRAIN AND COTTON BUSINESS I
I now devote rny entire atunlion to Hrain,
for which I am paying the Highest Market
no matter whether it is hlun or low. Ho farmers or (icnicri win hi ways io well to see inn
before selling their produce. I olso desire lo
entire stotrtt of Oroceries into Ho. HI Public Square, formerly fireupled by .1. L. Ikmd, ru
inous China House, and have taken in Thomas J. Tuck it hum idh I ner lu I lie nwery Kit.
sinesvonly, aud invite my old eusUmmrs and friend lo exuiniue tluit Ihi-jci and well se
lected stock, lam very thankful lo my irieinis ami ine purine Kenerniiy mr me inmm
patronage extended to me lu the past, and
i tucker iue same courtesy in me miure.
JOSH 0. BAILEY CO.,
NO. 28 NOKTII HIDE
(AT LEE A DHYASH OLI STANU.)
For Medical Purposes, together with
FIRST - CLASS
Special Attention to Physician's Prescriptions, which will bo died at all
BKAUMOXT Hl'fJHKS U with the
niany frinK lie liavlns had nearlv four
i,ns many oi inn oiu inenns know), was
befyr; the war, for live years.
1 IIlS !
Mr. J f M.1 r"- - .
. . COLUMBIA, TEXX.
No. h, FI.EMIXtJ'S I5LOCK.
splendid line of
Staplo and Fancy Hats,
will plea.sie ill nnd mtlli lit onre.
,3. A. M M j 11 J 4 t -'.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
faim-rs ami pul'lir gciicnj-
Cotton nnd all Itlnds of Country I'roduce,
Price In rriKh; and I mn nlwuys lu llin niMiki'l
Infortn llin public that I hsve r moved my
would iM-speak ir iue new iirm oi uiwuium
Hi-s pert fully,
all articles usually kept on sale in a
Umie, nml will lw
filiul ) nerve hii
uiiil Mr. lliiili-v.
eonuetttM with Mewrs. !. fc Uryan