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THE HERALD AND MAIL.
Friday Morning, October 12,1877.
The oHi:ttiAt fur the ut?.t SpLtr
"hfp of tle nou-, b mixing vim.
1o"va, which refln-wl to ockCi
llityns, prom fivpuUieun by lrg
" Erring brother Key," hn eoncln
kd, that (he -? h sty, tb best
ii.r hitum-If tmd country.
OilrfJowfph, the lniim that Ls
jrlwn ; iu Howard to much trouble,
liiH bwn cHplnrod after setcr. fljlit-In-v
Ir our "people wcrt never itelbre
xhaiiictl that they have not a good
Hall, thvy etrulnly kIiouM cpt-ri.-nc
tht iiiiiUKii(it r-eiisation during the
prc-M-ucfl of ilitinuLsliwl rrtfVoni
mid teach!-. Are w willing fur them
to think Columbia cn do no better,
or do e prefer lettm-i them think wa
do not irt- to do l-cUer?
Tbh election for t.overuor, eto,, lu
Cihinla.-t Tu-day, resulted lu t glori
ous lHiuo'-nitie victory. Hay car
ried th Stale lait fall by nearly 10,fXJ
majority. Hishop, Democrat, In elcct-
.1 to riior by .'JU.a.nj majority. The
iH'inocrnts curry the ICixlnturc by a
minority of H , thus insuring the dc
feat of Stanley Matthews, thonnt'oiiRl
corruption:."!, to th Senate, and tho
rlc'-tioii of rendl.-tori or ETln;;.
What did it? Toe people Intend to de
stroy JI:ie-i:-iii mid I.cpuhlic!inlim,
b-eau.-e th-v Mole tho l'reldnov.
Kvi.kyum; who lived in Maary,
dur!n the war, n-collects (Jen. .Taroe"-
V.. Nelcy, and hi (. of oppression
Helms U n in kid hick Mnee he left
Jicr Ho -whs elected to C'onivss
from IVnnsylvnnin, wns dot-Kited In
the Credit Mot.ilier atvirtdle, And
would have leen expelled luvd JiL
term not expired. Ho retired In dL-prne-e,
jind now, one of hi pon., Cllf-
f.iul NVjrlry, has leen fu ntencel to the
r niientiJiry for the Jcrm of twelve
mouths for nhtaiulng money under
false pr tenes. If his father h& met
with that fte there- would harp loen
n regret here; imd he ivould have hod
hi dui s.
The cacvpnign for this year in tinou-,
over, with prc-tit advantages pained by
1 ho Turks. In loih fcenoralHhJp and
Chtinp: eap.icity the Turk have pror
cd ujH'i ior. The l'k man Turkey-
fena.s to Lmve tnkon a netr lev on
Ten ne.-i -' ( 'onferenr-e of th? M. K.
C2iireh South clos-J ii annu-dfwion
at' Kdtfe field yesterd iy. The (feneml
( 'onf r-n-. of the -!itiroh trhich mwr
4-vt-ry four y-:irs, w III nvs-inliln next
May, Tennvee Conference eh-t?J
the followin-j tiMnied d h-,rnt-.s to the
;Mi-rii! ('otil".rc:i-e. It i.s a stronp;
d!e;xn' ion, orieih.'it T-I1 nctk'C MHllO-
!iLs in iv 1 jnj;j 1 of. ir. AleFer
i in. the jiMii 1 old m m, K t nearly er
ry vot'.ii ( '.jnf.-n-nce; Hrother Ilurr,
next liip-h--f. U'h rjrieo that our old
lYe-iidin.a- I'lder, IU-v. Wt lliiorn Xfoon
rv, was -f-t -d -he deserved if. Tr.
't, Ir. I hirifrovt., and Dr. Kellr,
vili i.-mk .'!( Ail.-int.i, -is preacher,
anion.' the :iMc-! and best. Tho dcle-
ir;4iiou is us 1 (lloWMt Yrrt'raf, J. n.
Mcl'.-riiii. W Mi nn Iturr, I). C. Kollv,
It. A Voiiuy, .1. 15. Allison, K. K.HnV-'-.
H. West, Wellborn Moon-
vy. Ji.m c.-, .Uiu Y. Hughes, It. K.
Ilrown, I,'. !'. Itnnsoni. f.,,ft fm p.
File, N. T. I.nptoii, m. II. Morrow,
.T. I,. r;:iU;s, l p. Piiitcraon, T). t.
Hvynold-. S. A. faldwdl, ( '. . Heid
J! .- n. .-, V. If. Moi-;:-:n, Wni. Hurst,
,f. T. I'ldm-r, 15. .T. Tarver.
The Fisatcial Follcy cf the Z&jez Adaia
ietratica. T'on-rres. is ti uw'i in e(ra m-ssion
on Monday the JCth of tiiis month.
It is not know u v lietlu r Mr. IIave.
v lll sj tid in aevu.-nd m.sx.ie, or
"irhether h- ill contint hiiiL-vlf to the
n-c-ss-irv Hpprr)rifitioii mesr-ure! in
regard to the armyend nnvy. Even if
he Humid not at the approach in? ex
trn Ncishion do more than make recom
loeudHti ns eoni erninst the nruiy and
u;vy, these will bo very important.
It will then lie M en whether ho Iaror
if i increase of the army, as hao been
Mi3c-tel l.y some who Jire oupporse!
to Jiav the ear of (lie iTi-sident. Ifhe
should he "ill doubt!fs be opj-otiod bv
the entire IVmoeratie party in loth
liou.-s-s -if ('onjnvss. Tliere i no ne-
slty f.,r an incniv of the army;
j . . i . i l.
incic--ojiouiu ramcr re a utcn:i!e as
tpfpa lire iki luiiKer neclcd to main
hilii carpot-liHp governnunta, in the
S mthern Stat-. Hut the vitally im.
jiortM.'it -ucstion which must enaK up
either at the extra or tho regular Pe-
Mou ot congress is in retcrenco to the
i i.rrency. The party to which Mr.
Hayes belongs, Hud that placed him
tvtiere ue is, in i .-: p.issivi wiiat is
-.ilJcd tlic d'old bill, inaliiu!? tonds
which had pre-, iou.-ly been redoenia
blc in giveul.ii-U, piyable ouly in
gold. That saiiio jiarty dt-monetize!
.silver, and pass.! lmt is cnllol the
resuinjitim ae!. These arc thH men
nr wutrn nave prcxiuee;!, htui are
:ii!5 pr.Hliieiiig, so muh peeunlnry dLs-
tri"-i. by j: ppreeiating the value of
in oney and dt-jmviutiiig tho value of
every spveies of projKi t. . Against nil
f the-t tlie mitiM-iutic jmrty has
struggled, and will continue to strug
gle as a unit. AVh-it Mr. ll.-iyes will
lis umnuiid, we have no nieaus of
Uu tmg, except from hw auteceih nty,
a il froiii the views expressed by his
Scen-tary of the Treasury, Mr. Kher.
man. From t!n-.e we may reasonably
infer that Mr. Hayes v favor t lie
resumption of speeie j . i im ii in Jan.
JS.7M, by a foreed contraction of tlir
viirrciiry, and that lie will al-o ojpos
n remonctiatioii of r, except up
on -ueh terms a- will niaUc ii of no
Is-uelit, mi'l alx that he ill ndvHate
th- pa melit of all the lolids in pold.
The Hemocratic party contends for
remoneti.iii:: silver as it was formerly
without any change in the dollar.
The iilc th great itietioii) upon
w hii-h coTtgr- will Is- eal)e.l to Kt,
ud upon which Mr. Hayes' adminis
tration must stand or fail. If in re
stH'ct to the-e thine 1h ahamlons the
)oiifv her tof-'ie ,-hl..)ted by the -iuhIi.-.lL!
I'.'iriy, and advooahsj by j
liim-eir, it v ill Is- well. As in regard 1
to ins so-eallea s-ouincrn ixnicv, so m
we liot ho !
regard to these nica-tiffs.
may adopt and .- irry into praetu-e the j whw upJI, he -.ubj.vt and fe
doctrines and measure- for which the snUsi the dlfYervnt nrjrument.i in n
JKiiiK-i.uic party luw Ix-t-n contending ; very orccahle manner. NVe n j.rct
all'thoiiiii.!. . tli.it our lUuiU-a WW forWvIa tur
Their 5s now being held In onr city
A convection of the hool teavkr of
tide aJid adjoining b&anties.
W highly upprore thla Idea f kiu
perhitondcait TVoustlal. The miritn-Uig-w
to education of thna hrrnglng the
teat-hew together for eonmiltation end
Interchange of thwnglit are tvo numer
ous V mention. s I r
VTe belierc that tliese convention""
will aid 5Ir. - TroudaVs plan of
establl'hlng a -v hool for the wpedid ed
ucfttion of teicherB. Teachtm should ,
not only bj -well taught in vrluit they
have Ui teRcii, hut ehonJJ btt taught to
We haTe chool.s of iLsllcin, and
Law ftehooLs, tut havtc no ichooLs for
training teachem. Huoli a itcliool
would do much toward elerating tliis
Tery noble proftwdoiL.
fichool teacliing hli)uld Le consid
ered the most honorable and highest
prol'ion In the land. We are will
ing to pay lawyers, doctors tmd minis
ter good fees and, mlarie thereby
making their vocation honorable.
In thh money ag every avocation ii
honorable and creditable in proportion
as it pays. Th school taher'i I the
porrrit peld profewdon in the land,
coneiuently tlie lewt creditable; and
for thl." reason all the rouux men of
the country who hav education and
talent tmfflcient to promise them an
average, position in any of the other
profession! go to them, jthus leaving
p-or material oat of which to select
ir'hool teacher. An bofore Faid, the
whofil teachers should be the host paid
in the land, so that the superior talent
ould be devoted to this profession
We are willing to pay lawyers good
fees to secure or save our fortune, so
that we may leave our ehildrea rich in
lands, goodfl and chattels. But we 1
grudge the. poor Kchool teacher a few
dollars a. month for educating our chil
dren to be gentlemen capable of ration
ally enjoying the money we leave for
them. We. will not spend the money
to exlact our eons hut will keep it for
them nail they are grown or we dead
they In the meantime growing up
the cultivation of their intellects en
voloped, and the vicious animal nature
developed. If you have such a wn the
Ies money yon leave, him the bettor;
for the reason it simply enables him to
gratify his animal Instincts and ena
bles him to take quick and thorough
pasNng-e to the place called "Dogs."
A fortune left an Ignorant man Is a
vanity and curse to him; a fortune left
an educated man is a blessiuR to him
and the community in which he lives
The fortune a man can ho trusted with
ts just in proportion to his moral and
remember that their children come-a
intimately in contact wlti and are as
mueh if not more influenced by thei
school teachers thnu by them. Th
Idea" of right, justice, truthfulness un
general Integrity taught and enforced
at school are lasting leswius to chil
dren lessons they remember much
longer than they do the grammar and
reogrnphv there taught. The father
is busy during the day at lite money
making when he comes home at
night he is tired and either wants un
disturbed rest or talks with hLs wife
alout their worldly sehenies or tht
haps goes to hLs club. In the first and
second event the children are sent ofl'
to their nursery in the third event
they fortunately, possihly have tlie so
ciety of their mother. Ijook around
yon think of thew thinps", and sny
who has morn to do with forniiug the
moral and intellectual character of
your children; the school teacher or
?ow will you, put this rtwponslbl
trust in the hands of the cheapest man
you can flad without regard to his in
tcllectusl and moral eepncitvV You
cannot expect men to be such philan
thropists as to teach and instruct your
children for the general gxsl to ei(
ty; when you make a teacher's com
pensntlon both In the way of mone
ond respect ibility so little that no man
that is at all able to discharge the du
tiew of the position can afford te hoi
it. By Ireing a lawyer, doctor or min
ister he makes a more comfortable liv
ing, and occupies a. higher and mucl
more respectable position. Ict the
public te educated and the costs o
government in all its dejartmenti will
"Education is a better wfrgrianl of
liberty than standing army. If we
retrench the wages .of the whool mas
ter, we must raise those of the police."
Tb Costreatloa f TeiarhcriT
At hnlf past two o'clock Wednesday
cucrnoon, tne icacner h Convention
fiir the rovcuth Conjn-escional District,
met in t oiumtaa. vol. ieon Irons
dale, the Tcnnc!e Hurx-rintendcnt of
of Public f-chools, prcl(Jei. l'rayer
Wat offered by the Itev, Dr. Mack.
In the organization, I'rof. W. K. Bin
ford, of .ML Pleasant, Dr. V. M.
t'lark. of Franklin, were elected Vice
President. Prof. J, V. llelmick whs
elected Secretary, Hnd J'rof. V. J.
KuchanKn, AwsiMtant Secretary. Col.
Trouwlalc then appointcl the follow
ing husincw committee: iTofoisors
V. B. "Wood, W. A. ymith and O. 11.
ljou the arrival of the Nashville
train, bringing a uumher of dek-frates
to the Convention, the Committee of
Itocention reimireulo the depot to inert
the visitors. Tbl-t Committee consLt
of Mewiv. W. J. Wldtthorne, P. B.
Hemphill, John P. Brown, A. N.
Akin and l P. Pudgett, The Silver
Helicon Band jK'rfornu(i Hiin good
miixic, which wfw ajptojriate to tlie
In Ilaniner I Tall. V.. Y. Pillow,
Kwj.f Rccoitler of Columbia, pronouue-
tvl a mastrly iMidre) of wcleome,
"vhich viih reiondod to by Col. lYoas-
Prof. W. B. oo-l, Huiicrlntendent
of Public School- in Maury county,
a lmTicroti The Tennessee ScIkkiI Sys-
1 - it n-i
ICtil. WHICH will" t'ii reeeiveu, men
Proi. H. P. Vaney, Superintendent of
tiilcs county, ojciisi tbc (iiscusioi) of
Diseiphne in tho -cboi room. After
this naixr wa. finished, Prof. Juckson,
of Maurv county, followeil with some
At niirlit. lVof. Jh 1". Plnlord, of
Mi. Pleasant. Mxke about Mental
vtyiunatic jatui and fircekj Jlow
to teach them. He dehueuicd tlic old-
:isbioned .iv 't teacbinpf Iitm mill
I welt uion methods, jntroducjiiE hi
lan tif instruction. For forty-eirlit
minute.-., be Kept tnc Huoience veiy
mueh iiiten-sttsl. J le caused Mime
iiirj.ris w hen he announced tluit the
)Id ami objectionable vay ot iett4'iiinir
Latin Is ttill nsed in iv.nie o;irtd t;f
Kentitckv. Tenne, and other States
south of the thlo river.
Prof. K. K Joyiit'.i follow i I. lletHni
.slinl with Prof. Binford in his trict-
uresupon lue oio-rasnioiifsi way oi
teaching Ijitin, but differed with him
n iavin8 t'MH reauiDK ana wrmni;
jitm ouit p w-jrin roifeimr. i rot,
ovnes insisted tlut the student otKhi
tv liuvv ma4le tjme progress
in bel'ortj he U-jiins writing Ijititi.
a. 1 a .1... a . a. .. .MX ......lu
making a full report of these admira
Thursday morning Prof. C. It. Ber
ry. Superintendent Public Schools of
Williamson, ' discussetl "Itcmliug In
ItiWlc Schools." He condemned tho
prevailing method as artificial, and ad
vocated the natural method. He was
followed by Prot Jojmes, of the Van
derbllt, who has no su jn'rior as a pleas
ant, fluent sneaker and correct think
er. He miide the best speech we ever
listened to on the subject itwasslmp
ly admirable. Fie objected to the im
putation of Profs. Biiiford and Berry
tluit tuvd methods preva'l all over tlie
South. Prot Jovuefl dwells up')n the
great nxensity of teacldng In a natural
way it is so mucn easier nnl eiict
ive. It would Ie unlust to him to give
a skeleton of his speech it would give
no more Idea of the beauty or ins
Iec-h than the Kkeleton of a human
frame gives of the Ixiiuty and grace
that once adorned it in the flesh.
It was greatlv regretttsl tliat Prof.
Lupfon was not jiresent. Ho Is much
admired and est eeined here.
Prof, O. H. P. Bennett, an able
mathematician, iiseusseil "A I'roblem
Prof. J. W. Hclmiek discussel "F.n-
gliHi (Jrammar," in an eloquent man
ner, eliciting commendation trom J'rot.
Jovnes nv others.
After dimmer we liad good music
by Messrs. Bennett, Perry and Hern
don. Itof. JovneM made a short talk,
pronouncing Whitney's "Essentials of
Knglisti (.Jrammar, "tne best wort on
the subject that he had overseen. Dr.
W. M. Clark, of Williamson, then
rad a iwp;r on "A Visit to Switzer
land," which was full of leauty and
loetry. l lie Doctor is one of the most
graeetil writ-rs of the Tennessee press.
ills paper should be printed, for it is a
Ktv. W. 91. Rebinion's Letter.
For the siitisfaction of friends, and
the dissatisfaction of enemies. This i
to certify that He v. W. M. Hobinson is
a memU r ot the MeMmnvihe Presby
tarv. of the Cumberland Presbyterian
Church iri good standing, and he is, at
his own request, hereby dismissed
from said Presbytery, and recommend'
ed to the Christian fellowship, and
ministerial courtesy of the members ot
an v other Presbytery, wherever Uod
in "ids providence may cast his lot
By order of McMinnville Presbytery,
in session at Cave Spring Church,
Kutherford county, Tenn., Oct., 0,
1S77. A. C. Tatum, Moderator, H. W
Heed. Statsi Clerk. For farther in
formation, add rem Kev. J.N. JiOUghry,
Murfreeslxiro, Tenn., or J. W. Pery-
ton, Jetfl-rsnn, Tenn.
Hrnibrn of the Teacher's Inoitltaie,
Hon. Iasii Trousdale, lYesident
Prof. It. V.. Binford and Pr. W. M
Clark, Vice l-rtidents; J. W. Hclmiek
and W. J. Buchanan, Jr., r-ecretaries
From tides county, Huiterintendent
IL P. Yancey and M. 1). Harnron
From Iiwienee. Sunerinteitdent W
J. Buchanan, Jr., C. A. Canell, Nathan
Belew. V. 11. Meek, M. F. Carrell
and F. P. ChatTni. From Maury, Su
iteriutendent . B. VmkJ, II. t
Weissimer. Prof. H. K. Binford, C.
Heynoids, J. K. Owen by, I). Lu Orr,
Mrs. M. . Martin, Miss Mary Uaird
A. B. I 'pshaw, Prof. O. H. P. iknnett
.Hi. King, Mrs. H. B. Mack, . I. W
Hclmiek. "Mrs. I r Gray and Miss Jen
nie Kiissefl. of Williamsnort. From
Williamson. SurHTintendenls, C It
B.rrv and l)r W M Clark.
The above niemlK-rsareall that have
l-enoi-ted to tho Secretary up to this
time, Thursday, Octolter, 10th.
Drops from lloeK Kprlng;.
Sickness is Htitwidiii):, and our )eo
ple tire looking forward to winter miar
ters. Uur Sunday School is looking in
a more prosperous condition than ever
liefore. Then wan a committee np
jiointed last Sunday to procure im ans
to furnish tlie church with an Ortran
and other appurtenance. The eam
mittee -oti!ist.s of the follow ing ladies :
Mrs. M. K Cssery, Mrs K P lnn,
Mrs Joe Nicholson; and Misses Kmma
Barker, Ota Vaughn, Jennie Davis,
Mollie I'ssery, M"aj,'gie Nicholson, Pat
tic Nicholson, Mattie Jjeftwich, Silsie
Tavlor, Saekie Nicholson, Birdie Ijonj?.
Owiii to muctiPickness in the viein
itv, the recent protractetl meeting wa.s
not attendi-d larpely, hut we hotw
mucli ;ool will result from the able
preaching of the Itev Mr Wallace,
who manifested great perspicuity of
mind, and fervency of feeling, in eve
re discourse. At the close ot'lhc mtet-
inar the Pastor lmptizel Mr Nat Nich
olson, Mrs Joe Nkholsen, aud Mins
Captain John Thomaa, of Arkansas
wti.s in our neigiiboriioou last wcck oi
Mr Sam I lavs has just returned fron
Arkansas, and reiorts that his son
are dtiing well, and health in ttia
count rv comiarativelv irood:
Mr l'iob Richardson arid family, and
Mi-scs Jennie ami Mattie I'vins
Culleokn, visited our neigh I -or hood si
few davs atro;
Mr.tamen Shaw, of Cullska, visit
tsl Mr I'sscrv last week on imporlant
husiuess in behalf of a bachelor irient
w ho is soon to depart a life of srngli
wretchedness: Obituary next ween
W are anthoriKed to anuonnce Major
JOHN T. W ILLIAMSON as a candidate or
Mayor of Columbia.
We are authorised to announce JtfHN
LATTA, Jr., for Mayor, at the ensuing So
vein ber election .
We are anthorized to annonnce the name
of Mr. W. 1. DA 15, as it cantliuale torsner-
nr, at the ensuing August election.
FOli CUiCVIT COURT CLERK.
2 'e t r -autl Oili d to ;inuouuoe ka.mlei,
i.F. MiDwh.N iuh cnudldnto fur ircuit
Court Cleric at the ensuing August election.
We authorised to announce THKO. LIPS
COMB for Circuit Court Clerk at the next
We are anthnrtned to announce W. O.
WI THKItSPOl'-N us a candidate for Circuit
Court Clerk at tlie eusulng election.
fur vousry court ci.rrk.
We are anthorized to announce A. N.
AKIN lor County Court Clerk at the ensu
ing August elect ton.
We are authorized to announce W. T. ED-
WAKUS, as a caiiuldate lor Couuty Trustee
at tue ensuing August election.
We nre authorised to announce Ci. M. V.
K1NZKK for Trustee at the ensuing August
We ive authorized to annonnce JoHS
CAKK for 1 teg ister at the ensuing August
Fi R .tLUKRMRX.
We nre authorized to announce NAT
IiOI.M AN as a candidate for Alderman In
Ward No. 1.
We are authorized to announce J. Rt'NT
HOlHiK 111 a cundidiite for Alderman in
We are authorized to announce Dr. A. L.
PILLOW n a candidate for Alderman in
Ward No. 1,
We are authotied to announce the follow.
Ing parties as candidates lor Aldermen.
Election in November next:
i rst Ward: w imam j. Andrews. Dr. A.
L. Pillow and IL M. Krlerson
Second Ward: J. Mort Hodge, A. Barr,
aud L. M. Mai thews.
Third Ward: Dr; Joe Herndon, George D.
Hodx--, and L. A. Iloyd
We are authorised to auuounce Uie follow.
Ing gentlemen as candidates tor Aldermen:
Kirst Ward A. 1 Pillow, V. V. Tucker,
t ieo. Ii. Lkjilsou.
Tht-r is more St. Itrrnard cost sold li
N-hvUle for grutcs tlmu any other coal.
OL!. W ATKl s it UU lOBO.
Jut rec.i veil a lot of tine Toilet slii'pere
forirenl's. t all aud hci" Ilium.
UL.'tl. W. B. DoiililKS.
Fanners, e.ill eml buy the best bt you
ever saw. jouil.) w. ii. Jjuiiln.
For boots shoes, hat, etc., co to
n.'tf. vv . B. Dobbins.
I rerlll'v that tin tSI. Bernard eoal tp ns
gMMl a grat i-o.il as there is in the market.
ij, - ' A?ai-nf
Tlie liluliel. iu.i Set, nriiie.
paid in new
Jewell y , for tjold and Sliver, at J
The tune tiled and Ore tested Elaine Oil
tuna ty .luxn . i;iey. i ins ut-w. as wen u
thesaltil burning llultl ever Uaed. It will
Qot expiuJy, aug.m-U,
Cltlzenn of ColnmMa, jtlvw the 8t. Bernard
eoal a trial. Watkims & UivkoRD.)
Koep your feet wanu and dry by bnylug
boots and sboes from
1 Give the St. Bernord col fair trial, Is all
we ask. Watkiss & Oiffokd.
The largest ctoolr or clothing at lower
pricca than ever offered in CoJuiuWa.
Bloe Btone and Copperas, Sulpli
Halts, for sale by Vatkln8 4 GlfTord.
The best baU at W. B. Dobbins.
. Out mMhcri- ktd whrnt. arft" and
mony, for Hle by Walkins i ulfforil.
Choice cliow cbow nd plain pickle by
the .mart or gallon, for salo by
(jLffoid, , . ' i
All kinds of frwh vcaetobles, bntter, eggf,
etc., for isa'.o by "wfiiii UiHonl.
The newest designs and bIhmIoa In I tress
fioods, at A. ItOslKN THA 1- UK".
Ketter Ijoot, shoes and hats for less mon
ey than any body. toLJU. W . B. Donmxs.
Ail klnilf of carpets lower than for y,?""8
at A.K0ENTHAL.BRO. .
The St. Bernard coal is the bet grate coal
In the market lor eaie Dy v ainu
Bln;k Caslmere Atpacoas,
which are well
worth Beelng, at ..tI . , t nRO
T-rorviMMiv-hnvs St. Bernard coal. Leave
orders with Walkins & tiiflbrd.
.ni.i u i Inwrr maTuin at A. RO
SENTHAL liftO.,tUan at aiay otlier house
Tomrov Kverett Is our a;
gent lor ei. tmr-WatkinsJtiilf-ol2.
nard, or any other name
tJHXjeO RKADY-MADK Cl-OTHtNO to be
,i 'JvKHVIl.l.E. LOCISVILLE and
CINCINNATI prices, at the White House,
aw Public fcsiuare. ocuw-ii
Verlio5 Jersey Calves for filatle.
1 have two year: in p Jersey bull calves,
ni-r.ii'ih-brcd, which I will sell at fity -o0
dollars apiece. oc;l2t. J as. l. ffioous.
r.,ifti-iiiniTS KltOM 8;t.;0 AND VP.
cnTs. t Hie Whit8 House. So. .'HI Public
Square. ' octia-lt
i m.rAw'Ltoibilan Irom Alfred Floro
iust's ulube, Maury i-ouuty, liust w-onesoay.
She is partially while lace, sorrei, in:,-
frame, ana wiutiuioiicu.
...or. and not a.blK to offer a re ward.
haih.nu i i nr H u v 1 u ui iiitai wii bmw
to En. Alfred Fieming, Columbla.-Tenn. It
l,ri SUITS CLOTHING from SVOJ np
ards, at tho White House, o. 1 ublic
ir.A i'Ttf TVWTS at nHtonlshinll low
figures, at the White House, No. f ylc
o mm VU-JJTS Tl i UP.iiTVKN AWAYathal
ii..irniiiii at. the Wbiw House. No. oil
Public Siuare. octl3-lt.
TTnlm.-in is nreparcd to furnish every
thing ever gotten up in a couleotlonery
L-.ruii.i o 1 1 ori t inn frivn 10 lurnishlnz Wetl'
.iin, nnrl I'urlv Oi-ders. Keeps ou baud
Fresh Candy and CakeR of all kicds, at
Mrs. N. Holman Makes Millinery
Everytjiiti2 new and the latest. Keceiv
lag daily nil Hie latest and newest imports
ii.t r MiiiiTiMv at Mrs. N. Holiuan's
where you enn never fail to be pleased in
price. Nice Straw
Hats at 60
An excellent horse and bitiKy for sale
Cdllou McKay & Fi;r lias. s21-tt
If any one doubts the superior exoallence
of St. Bernard comI. we will give five hiiKhels
free. Call on Tommy Kverett or Watkius .v
Knc (iootls received weekly daring the
pniiresi uvon. and sold at cash prices, t M.
J. Urvant's. auiSl-U
A thoroughbred Jereey COW and bull cal
Apply at this of nee. aug.
Spectacles finer and cheper than ever.
Ary our Arunuie iinieu
septll lm. J- H. jAJlia k Sojt.
New neck scarfs and shalls at M. Rattle's.
We do renalrinK cheaper than ever, and
will eitarantee allofour work. (Vill and be
convinced. ' H. J amks & Son.
M. Kutlle lx oflering a full stock of dresg
coods at less than cost for Kail wear. s7lf.
Watches as low as fS, Clocks down
all warranted, at J. H. James & son.
Chen nest Knives. Forks. SiHxms. Casters,
Ktc.t in Columbia, can be lottud at the cash
nouise or J. n. Jauies t3iii. iepm xiu
A word to my creditors. You must come
forward utid uav nit, or your ncoount will
be nut out for collection. M. Kuttle.
"Ileautiful Snow." with all its purity and
whiteness doi not eiuut Klaiue Oil, sold by
Josh U. Bailey. aug. 31-11.
Who has smoked a "Lost Bet" cizar, for
five cents, st Jutsh (J. Bailej-'tt, and did not
gut tlie worth ot his money. aug. Ul-tf.
Ladies, now is your time to purchase an
elexuut full lutl or bonnet, at inlets that
would afilouiKli you, at M. Kutlle's. seplit?
Rernemljer M. Kuttle will ise:i you your
Fa4l MiUi.iery cheajier tbon anyone. sepTtf
New Kail Ooous Just arrived at M. Rut-
tie's, rent 7 If
If'Lost Bets," at five cents, are not worth
the money, then Josh U.Bailey has leen
misinformed. Try one. aug. 81-tf
D iyou know th-if. Duncin keeps
that cannot be exi-elled iu the city?
Don't fall to can at the Kestaurant iu the
nort li-east corner of the Pu iilc t-iuare, to-
lumblR, to g-tn meal on tlie h-uropean
plan, from 10 to 40 els., at J. C. Duncan's. t
Hot Coffee Wets.; Coffee wtth Lunch, ix:ts.;
00: ,p iu cis.; or a iuii square ineai lor 10 cu.
at J. u. jjuueau s. L't.
Freeh Oysters served in any stylo for 40
cts. per dozen, at any all hours, at J. C.
ive me a trial; Katlsfnctlou guar-
extra charges on a uuuaie
Jl. J. U. DOCAJ.
We can find whole, families who will
vouch for the "Lost Bet" cliiar. at B ve cents.
at Josn u. uaiioy a. aug. Jl-li.
1J the ShentTtr leg to arrest you as a va
grant, rush for a "Lost Bet" cigar, at Josh O.
Bailey's, and treat mm 11 nas a soot Unz
eueci. x ry iu aug. 01, u.
The nights, for the past week, have been
bright aud beautiful, but they seem dark
and dreary indeed, wnen compared 10 the
light made from n.iaiue un sold by josh U.
Bauey. m aug. ji-ii.
The Buckeye has virtues which lie in the
bitter principle caned r.scuun, wnich have
been UlUiztu lor me cure ui Jieinorrnoids.
or Piles. If suirering witn that disease uso
Tabler's Buckeye Pile ointment, only 60
cents a bottle.
If You Want
First-class Parlor, Cnani ber, Dining Room,
Han or mice r iiriuiure, npring uuried,
Hair, Cotton, cotton lop, or snucK Mat
tres. at .'ow prices, call 10 see or corres.
imnd with Wuakiey A warren. No. 11 and
l. norm College, SU-eet, NstavUle, Teunes- I
On meeting a lriond the first inquiry Is al
ways regarding his health. Why? Because
health is 01 tne 11 rst considerations; yet
many wui sit in a cold, damp tneatre, re
caxdiess of weak lungs and hacking cough.
Discard some ot the ephemeral pleasures 0
the day, such as ineaiie-going, cigar-smok-inn.
Ac. and invest your small chunge In
soinethinc that will be a bistiux benefit.
For instance, I ousens' Compound Honey of
Tar costs only u cents, auu wi.i cure your
Cough, Cold, and ail diseases of the throat
South America and Southern United States.
Owing to their warm and delightful cli-I
male, tueiriunaoii uis grow t.no w injin
torpid Livers, inuigesilou and all diseases
arising fro n u disordered Stomach and
Koweis. They should of course at all times
keep the liver active, and to our readers we
would recommend Tabler's Vegetable Liver
Powder. Taken in time, will often save
money and much suffering. Price 00 cents.
r-5 Bruce Cochran Is still witli the fash
ionable house of Thompson Bros. Kelly,
)uiiituer (street, asnviiie, sua is now pre
narud to siiow the ltidie. ot Coluiubla and
Maory oociuty, all tlie newet styles audi
shades in lUcu bilks, Paris Huitlni;s, Dress
CioodM. etc.. uud whouia especially ask tlielr
alteuUou Iw their enormous stock ol Black I
Hilks, Black t abluiirief. new styles Percales,
i'l iuU aud btaple tioods of eveiy descrip
tion, ineir clonic room is nneu wnu an me
new st vies, aud is iieruans the most allrai-t.
Ive dearlnient lu the bouse. If you cn't
ko to asvl-le send your orders to Bruce.
Murder WiU Out.
A few years aeo "Aucust Flower" was dls
covered to be a certain cure for Dyspep-iia
and I.i ver Complaint, a lew thin Dyt-peptic-mmle
known to their fiiends how easily
, .......L'l I I, .1,1 )uun oi,ril l.r 1 1 u nn I
The m-eat uierits of Urekn'h Afnt'si Fl ow I
i.rs.i.inl itirouH thM pf.im.rs-
i,rn,..litiPn.r tonotlier. until, without
ivertlsinif. Its sale has becume immense,
liruaulsla in KVtUY TOWN in the UniteU J
Ntsu-s are selling It. No person snflering
witn Hour Mtomach, Sick Headache, Cos-
. . . . i . i . ..i, . I
un Low rtnirit. elc, can take three dte
-un'out railcL tio to vour Drnmists. 'lit
comb .kTowler, and get a bottle T.cenisaa I
STi Tp tAtU looeots. JqniSW
NEW TAYLOR HHOP.
John H. Freese, the Fashionable Tailor,
oDem htH aervlc as 1 at lor and fuller to the
citizens of Colombia and vicinity. lie in
prepared to do any kind ot work in the
tai'oring line entrusted to him, on short
notice and to irenerl satisfaction". Bi-t
Doeskin Pan ta H; Baxlnewt Suite from f w
to5. Warranted to fit. Also, cleaning and
repairing done on ahort notice. Old Clothes
made as good as new. Especial attention
paid to cutting Gent's and Boy's Clothing,
fetop In the rear of Dr. Kains' Drug Store,
A throng of sufferers with coughs and
colds, annually go Konth to enjoy the ethe
real tnUdnens of the land of flowers. To
them we would ray the necessity of that ex
nennlve trto ta uhviatod by Compound
Honey of Tar, -which speedily Tamiutshes
the coughs and colds incident to this rigor
ous clime. For public speakers It am-passee
the Demosthenic regimen of "pebbles and
sea shore;" clearing the throat until the
voice rings with the silvery cadence of a
bell. Ue Compound Honey of Tar. Price
M cents a bottle.
When vou no to Nashville, if yon want to
buy or look: at a nice set of croquet, a ve
locipede er a beautiful baby carriage, cull
and examine the splendid assortment of
IK N. Neyian, at Noa. 8 and 44 (Furman's
old stand) Public Square, Nashviue, just as
you go up town. He sells them, as lie does
everything else In stock, at the lowest pos
sible rales. HUi stock of reading matter, In
both old and new miscellaneous Loo Its, can
not be heat South ol the Ohio river. He al
so has in stock a large collection of the mil
dest note paper, In boxes and out ot boxes,
mai ne sens at wiiiidrriui low raies, auu un
he usks is that you see his styles and get his
prices before buytog elsewhere. We hsd
uimostToi-gotten to make mention of the
suleudid stock of base balls and bals be has
on exposition, but If auy of our boys want
anything be has In this line, he is sure to
suit them In any style and at any price
mt-y wane. Hugn-oiii.
Corn, per bn
Wheat, per bu
Choice, New Orleans....
7-VM I J
EnglisU Breakfast ,
'l'ulet, per doisen...
Shaving, per doueu....
Timothy and Herds Grass pr. ton 150OtS2OOJ
Flour and Meal
Java coffee per th
Laguayra per It.
Kio per tt
Rio roasted per ft
A. Coffee sugar per It-
C. Yellow sugar per U
Brig tiV.O. per lb
Cm Loaf per lh
Crushed per It,
il per lt..
,ed per lb.
Mackerel No 1
Mackerel, No. 3
White per ID.....
Kice per lt
Cheese per IT.
Honey per It.
Kaisins per D.
Currants per It. ;
Caudles per th ,
Starch per It. ..
Bran per cwt
Shorts per cwt
Beans per tr.
Hominy per lt
Nails per tb
vs. J retition for Divorce,
Mary A. Bennett.)
It appearing to me from the plaintiff's
mil, nieu in me aoove, wntcu is sworn to,
that the defendant Mary A. Bennttt. Is
non-resident ol the Stale of Tennessee, so
that, the ordinary process of law cannot be
served uivon tier: it is therefore ordered by
me that publication be made in the Colum
bia Hetald and Mail, a newspaper published
in me town or toiuruuia. Maury couuty
Tennessee, for four consecutive weeks, re-
imlring the said defendant to appear at. the
next term of the Circuit Court, to be held at
the court-house in said t'.wu ot Columbia,
ou the first Monday in Jauuaiy next, klU
plead, answer or demur to plaintiff's bill, or
the same will be taken for confessed, and
set lor ueariug ex parte.
V. J. WHITTHORNK. Clerk.
A. H. Brown, Jr., Solicitor for complaiu't,
uciouer ii, ion
FOR 1 8 7 8!
The valuable farm of about four hundred
acrm, known a the John O. Cook farm, )y-
liivron tne waters 01 isik liiKby creek, in the
county of Maury, adjoining the lands of
James H. Webster, deo'd, K. H. Sellers,
Samnel J. Stray horn and others. I will in
accordance with the decree of the Honor,
ble Chancery Court re'-elwe bids at my office
until noon upon the 20th day of October,
117. lor tne rent ror ias 01 tne above ae
scribed tract ot land. The renter or renters
will bereouired to execute notes with srood
security, payable loth November, 187, and
lien retained upon crop In addition.
Oot. I-i, 1W7. D. B. COOPEK, C. M
Orders left at S. O. Comstock 'a will be at
tended to at once. Satisfaction given.
Havlntr this day suireested the Insolvency
of the estate of Jarvis J. Priram, dee'd, to
the Clerk of the County Court of Maurv
county, Tennessee, notice is hereby given
to all persons having claims aVaiust said
estnte to tile them duly authenticated with
said Clerk on or before the 5t b dsy ot Febru
ary, 1878, for prorata distribution, or the
same will be forever iarred.
JOHN O. PRIM M,
October 5, 1877. Administrator.
The annual meeting of the Stock holders
of the bank of Columbia, will be held at
their office in Columbia, Tenn., on Tuesday.
November G. 1877. for the miruose of elei-t ini
ui 1 "i L.11 s iur uie eusuiiiK y rm,
Oct. 5, 177. W.P.1NUKA1M, Cashier.
I have this day set my son, W. T.
tree, as n ne were twenty-one, to
trade tor himself, and I will not be re
sponsible lor any trade, account or contract
Diaue Dy mm irom tnu uaie.
tsepieni rer 7 , 1877. J - a . u ALiViiKT.
The co-iiartuership heretofore exisllnir be-
vweeu pi. n waiKins, ii. a. jucjjeinore, ae t.
aud (J. V. trllford. under the name ami
style Tof Walkins, McLemore fc Oiriord, has
this day been dlasolved by mutual consent.
The business will hereafter be conducted by
WatkinstkUlfiordfWlioare hereby author
ized to collect and receipt for all monies du
the late ft rm. and to settle all other one
standing Indebtedness. sept. J8-4t.
ORDER OF. PDBL1 CATION.
J. M. Mayes vs. A. J. Walker et al.
it appearing from utlldavit filed in this
cause that the defendants, A. J. Walker and
wtre,awan walker, l nomas, dames and
Naomi Walker, mid W. E. Cole and wife,
Annie (olo, are non-residenta of the State of
renneeseei it Is therefore ordered lhathey
enter their appearance herein on the 4th
day of OcUiber next, being a rule day of
saiq court, to ne neiu ai coiumnia,
? - d next term cominenclng the 1st Monday
n octoner next, iw,, ana t'leau, answer or
demnr to complainant s bill, or the same
-i 1 1 hAtAbfD ittr fxt fcuit; Mtn their. .n,l
Iot bearing exparte; and that a copy of 1
thU order be published for four consecnUve .
weeks in the Colombia Herald and Mall.
We have in stock the Kentucky
will do good work in stalk aud trashy
In addition to a lull line oi Avery ami Meikel Steel TIws, we have tho
Diamond Chilled Plow. This How i.s the same eie and style oi" the Oliver
Chilled, nnd we warrant it a.s c-ood in -eyerv resnech If ou trial it should
not work satisfactorily, we will refund
We now have a full stock of Hchuttler Wagon?, and warrant them su
jierior in many respects to any other farm wagon made. For low-priced
goods, we still keep all sixes of Tennessee Wagons.
A good stock on hand at the lowest prices.
We have the large-it stock of Saddles ever hrought to Columbia, Trices, J
ao Eii ... ooit Oik A I. r Itrillu ami I tarn Oh.". I
fi.OU lO CV. W. lU, J-SLllVla XJl
J. P. Street & Cojtfo TrouUe
ORE GROCERIES !
I. O W XlJ H
Yo have now in store
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Fresh Fish, Oysters
And will not oe undersold on same grades and qualities
by and House.
Goods Received Daily! Stock Always Fresh!
OUR FARCHKD AND GROUND COKFEIS are.roasted In onr own
house twice per week, and can be relied on as being frean. We pack
in tin buckets, cans or can olsters to suit customers, I rbk,
UK TKA--J sro unetjualed in quality and price. We will dnpllcate
New Yorlt or any other prices. Parties purchasing ball pounds or
pounds, will be furnished with a fancy eannlnter, lead lined and
handsomely ornamented, kbkk.
ul. it WINKS are old aud pore, ann cannot be equaled lor medical
purposes, liive us a trial and be satisfied.
T- We pay cash for Bacon, Produce, Butter and Kgfrs. " Goods
deUvered free ir. the city. Ice furnished te families during the season.
Next to Trade Palace, Public Square,
A trai t ot land with cood Imnrovements
nd fine stateot cultivation, containing 2
acres, or will sell 110 or 150 acres, with Itn-
Srovements. Or another tract containing
acres, well watered, and a splendid
stock farm, with good improvements.
Cheap and terras easy. Hee or address
V. . tVili.' V ,
octj-it. Hurrricane, Maury co., Tenn.
J. F. Met wen. W. T. Criswell. J. T. Akin.
J. T. Akin & Co.
We have bought W. K. Farls' Interest in
the I'ndertakine aud Furniture Store ol
J. T. Akin & Co., and will keep a -
Of everything in onrliue.
r- Our friends
will piesse give us a can.
Ha vina this day suiorested the Insolvency
of the estate of John M. Barbara, dee'd, to
the Clerk of the County Court of Maury
county, Tennessee, notice Is hereby (riven to
all persona having claims against said -ew-tate
to file tbem duly authenticated with
said c lei k on or before the 5th day of April,
1S77, for proiata distribution, or the same
wUI be forev er barred.
ROctoberOU). X877, A4ulsuat-.
Grain Drill, the only Drill made that
the money. Price 911 with extra J
a splendid assortment of
and Game in Season !
Having this day suggested the insolvency
of the estate of W. M. Dooley, dee'd, to the
Clerk of the County Court of Maury county.
Tennessee, notice is Hereby given to all
persons bavin ? claims aaln6t said estate to
nie tnera auiy auuienucatea with said
clera on or before the 6lh day of January,
178, for prorata distribution, or the same
will te lorever barred
D.G. HOU OMB,
October 5, 1877.
"Pursuant to the last will and testament of
David C. Jones, dec d, I will proceed to sell
to the highest and best bidder, on the prem
ises, n Thursday, Uie th day of October,
1H77, the following -escribed tract ot land
situated lu the 4tb civil district of Lewis
county, Tennessee, and bounued as follows:
On the north by the land of W. II. Bailey; on
the east by the lands ot J. W. Jennings and
Wm. Beokuni; on the south by the laud of
lyewis tiiliuore; ou the west by the laud of
W. C. Wbltlborne. Midland contains Ini
acres, more or less, with the lncumberauce
ot the Widow's dower. Will be sold on a
credit or twelve month, with inlerei-t from
dale, with approve security, and a lien re
tained to secure the payment of the pur
chase money. VV. T. MeCLA I N,
October 6. 1977. Executor.
Biddings in Chancery
Pursuant to the several orders made In
the following named causes at the present
terra of this court, to-wlt:
J. O. Cooke vs. H. M. Cooke et al.
F. H. (i. Long et al., vs. A. I'. Wlttle et al.
H. E. Pendleton et al, vs. D. C. Helm etal.
Bank of America vs. J. A. Irvine et al.
I will receive blda on the following tracts.
at ray olnce in the court-house at Coin in bia,
from this dav untU Matardav, the 271 h day
of October, 177, 12 o'clock M. HI1 tracU
above mentioned having been sold by form
er orders of this court, and advanced since
by other parties. Haid tracts to be sold In
accOTanee wtth former advertisements, on
same terms and time; the highest bidder
eomnlvlna on day of sale with the terms Lo
tam the purchaser or purchasers.
- , . . k H 1 wTT Ta U i a, , l.t-O f.
VCWaTI cvwitan. V,CH,
no it-. 1
i TT pejf
Having lmd tbirlw-n years of M.ves-nil
in Mt. ricai-ant, I nm prcpnrtnl
and my ndnierou" friend'-
.f t.Hul-, which I
Lowest Cash Figures J
AT SUCH LOW KATES
That they w ill Ik- i-nnip.-l.od to hny.
COME OISTE !
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cxprri.-ncc in the lry il,U
t- oil. r tin- citi n- ..f ,..!mnl.i:i
cN'-wlicrc, :i spl.-mlid lin
have pup-liiiM-d at lh'
to iH th in
to Show Gootls!