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TJIfi IKfcALD AND MAIL.
Friday Morning, October 18, 1"8.77,
Otic j'lii'i'U-nuiit vv- Hie
l-titV" ini'.;i- and a nynopsi
jir(..'c'liii: "I' ('onsri-.-i-.
Ji-.. -k'UN M.
1 lick y. has hci-li
rctm- lV ju-ti I'.v
lWh.t, was pju-o!
J'us!aiis, :"! t i- iinnv
Lesson of tht ChioZleet!oa-
Thv n-Milt of the election in Ohio,
has astonishe! every one. Th JVni
cratie majority wfis much larger thmi
w:i xit'Ul hy the most ranguiue.
That fleet ion has a deep significance.
It iriili'.jitcs inoft clearly tliat the ieti
pl( li not approve of what they Ik
lievc will Jh' the financial policy of the
aliuinis(ratiori under the leadership
! arnl ?iiilance of John Sherman, the
Secretary of t lie Treasury, the linau-
rial Mead or ttie aumlulstruliou. It is.
however, an approval f the jolicy
f .'...i.'-r.il. M.,:.khl:,r !i",lli,n' 'valise that liolicy is
Motulny lv the
nothing more than (he Democrats
J have hecii advocating for years. It is
emphatically a- JViHocrulic. victory,
, mce It is an endorsement of all the
; measure anil doctrines of the JVruo-
crntic jmrty. Whilst the jn-ople re
j cognise Mr. Hayes as l'n-xident of the
I I'nitttl states, yet they Can never for-
I get the means by which he obtained
Democrat, re- ! thftt offl(.0 Hjs Mm u. 1r.m rc.
tno i snonsihle for liavinir defeated hv foice
;arlicld, He'l'l'-:nn,j f,.n,if the will of the American
ei the Democrats . j,,.,,,,! , j , jstate was this issue
Kolt-. j ,,,! (li-stiliellv lllflile. tJiiin In Dhlrt
- - - 7 -
TitK races have Is-en iroinir on at
'nshvillc this wee'.;, .arriitcvit anl
Mahlcliek, were the dinners on Wcl
iiesil'ty. A j;r"al iii'iny horse are
S mi i:i. J. Kandam,,
crived 1 i'.t voles for Speaker
J I'i'isc, and .1. "A.
can, l.'U; v hieli
JT majority in tin
Skx A Ton
I , - . . , - . mi . i
, " i uuins me laio canvass, inai election
Hui.F.V, of 1enncee, ! . 4, ,. , .
' 1 i tiliiifV.1 Inn utrnflirtH nf ilia ILiimuip.it
fnc petition of the .Southern Methodist . . . . , . .
,,,!.,. ,, . , . , ! party, and proves most conclusively
Tul is hin;' House at Nashville for m-;. . , . . .. . , , . .
r , ! that now is no time to think of giving
d.'iinui v for t he u-c and consumption' .in . ,
... , .. 1 up tno Democratic partv for n no par-
oi its property in iV t and ls.. Itc- . , . . .. ,
1 1 ' ! ty orxanization, which means Iiadical-
ferred. . . ,. .
i jsm in disguise. J he Democracy has
Tin: greatest lVcsidVnt eleeted ; gained stien;rth every day since the
President ly the jk oi.Ic, and clccteil j last Presidential election, and then it
by the largest majority of white .votes had a popular majority of over 30:,(HK.
ever jfi ven to an- President, never ; I't those who have been saying tliat
ot his seat. J le surrcndereil it rather
than have another war.
tli Democratic party was dead,
to the result in Ohio.
T2E EAST2E1T WAS
Js.vmcklJ IiAM.i.b was nomina
ted for Speaker Saturday nifjht in the
Democratic caucus, by a Iarire majori- The Defeatof Honkhtar Pasha. Msnaav
ty, (tootle, of Virginia, and Sayler, of j Total Sout.
Ohio, liein ids competitors. He was!
elected Monday by the House. Ijovin.n, Oct. 17. According to
- - - - j Russian official bulletins, Moul'hfar
The (trand l'.ii.-amjuneiit of (lie ; Pasha was decisively defeated, Mon
O.l 1 Fellows of Tennessee has been j day, and the Turkish nrmv utterly de
Camped at Xashvilie thi week, Dr. ! ,1,.r').v.t',l H" a fii,'J,l ',k!,.v
ii,,- i ; division turinsl Moukhtar's right, and
n.,,.,,..,,,,., . MoihIjiv .(.en. ilrvnian, with Ht,HH
siding, (i.-o. C. lay! tr, of Columbia, J infantry, carried AlynTepe, the key
receive 1 a lare viitf lor (.rand Patri-I f the TurKish jMsi(iou, by assault,
nc.j, i cutting the army in two. The center
m m : j.nd left winx, under Moukhtar hjin-
IIKM.V Wa.u. lii:i' i i k it K"l ten j ;V,f' retreated uim.ii Kars, pursul by
I ( on. llevmaim and harrassed on the
v.Vcsfor ( iiaplam of the House ot i (jai.k l.v( .'en. l.areti; but succeeded
K 'presciitati vis. His opponent, Dr.
Poisal, of i he M. I' (.'niirc'i South,
was elected by a larjje ma jority, which
!iovs that times vsr chanxinx for tlie
in gaming cover ot the fort ltleat ions
; after a fearful rout, during which the
j Turks lost a great numler in killed
! and wounded, sev-ral thousand prisim-
rs and foir guns. Those divisions
j constituting the Turkish right- had,
j meantime, licen surrounded and at
i tacked, and driven from their fortified
! camp with great loss. Finally, at S
; o'clock Monday night, the remnant of
I this portion of Moukhtar s army sur
rendered with thiitv-two jruns and a
The race for sV, open u all horses,
of all ages, etc., comes of!' at Atlanta
to-day. Alice West, the IhsI four
vear old in America, is there, and will
run, but she can hardly hope to beat j irreat iiantity of material. Among
nil horses of mature ;lg'e -it cannot be l'10 1'"" "'l'.''.l ven Pa-has.
n Moukhtar Pasha is m Kars. 'IlieKus-
xpecttsl. ; ian lo-.scs arc stated to be relatively
. - , - j slight.
1 ,aw I i:ss men tired on the guards I 13
guarding i he con ids t work in the j
coal mines at 'o d ('reek. Fast Tell- f
jK-s-scc. The escape of tlie prisoners! ' Ten il'-ec ( 'on l'ercilCecls'd its scs
as jiiev-iil'd alone ' y the presence
nf mind on the pari of (.'apt. Henry
t'liumley. ho is in charge of the
guards to t he con icis. The tire was
( .' i
;t; M. AtAMs, of Kentucky, !
Mas re-ccclcd ( '!erk of t'ne House;
.John J J. Thonp-itii, the great victory j
orgaiiier. of ( mio, re-elected Sergeant- ;
jit-arms; John V. I'olk, of Missouri, !
J )oorkc pcr: James M. "tcAvart, of
Virginia. I'ost master; and Rev. Dr.
John I'oisjil, of the M. F. Church
South, Chaplain to the 11 usc.
Til r Memphis A' nf is one of the
Jruesf, ablest and most influential
J fc-ijiocrai ic journals in the whole
oiiiitrc. It is refreshing, in these
times, . e read the thoroughly sound
articlis in ilie . !. and we a re
jiratilieil to slate that they are copits.1
and endorsed by most of the Demo
cratic papers, not only in this but in
other States. Success, .v,-,y We , to the
lMictuiil its ;iblc editors.
Till. ir.:il 1.0'le of tin- lndecnd
t'lit ( ) der of food Tcinjilars have Ih-cii
in session jn N;;-hviIJe this week.
Rev. J. H. Ei win, of Maury, dm (hand
Worthy Chief Templar, presided.
The following Maury county men
wtc ajoiuti'd on commilte's: S. R.
"iViiiJi.il is, on Distribution; Levi King,
n Fluai'iv: Dr. ('.(. R. Nichols, and
W. P. Hovxil, on the State of the
Order; Mrs. V, F. Joyce, on IH-grces;
Joe Jt. W'oodside, Superintendent ot
True Reformers, read a lengthy re
port. lo. V. C. Win i i iioijnk, it is
llioiight, will remain as ('hairniHii of
Hie Naval Committee. It would I
raioi iiiKiatitude not p li tain him, as
hi rejMirt served as an arsenal for the
Democrats during the Presidential
campaign. The curtailment of cx
peus!sof run.iiicr the government,
io.oon.noo, was partly due to hi
fho ing how many millions the Navy
J'.nninenf Mas squandering. (Jen
sion at l-Mirelield on Thursday of la-t
week, al'lerau unusual long sitting.
The following remarkable resolu
tions, introduced by Dr. John H. Me
Ferrin, were adopted:
Whereas, as members of the ( luircli
i i od, and as ministers and laymen
of the Methodist Fpiscopal Church,
South, we have profound res) tee t for
the teachings of the IJii-le andour rules
of our ( 'liurch, and,
Whereas, we learn with sorrow that
in some places some of our mem
bers are in the habit of indulging in
certain amusements, such as promiscu
ous dancing, and attending dancing
parties, social card playing, visiting
theatres, cireiisew, and sue!' places, all
I of w hich we regard as detrimental to
I the cause of Christ and injurious to the
j growth of grace, on the part of those
who indulge in those practices, and in
Contravention of the precepts of d'od's
i word and the rules of our church;
therefore he it
JJcsolved, that the Tennessee Con
ference of the Methodist Fpiscopal
Church, South, in conference assem
bled, solemnly protects against the
practices a i hided to in the foregoing
preamble by flic members of our
Re it further resolved, that our
preachers are earnestly requested to
use all legitimate means to prevent the
evil complained of in this paper, by
preaching on the subject and by a
wholesonu'administration of the disci
pline of our church.
Rev, R, (i. Finn, of Maury County,
withdrew from the Conference.
KAVK1JKV1I XK P1STIMCT JAMKS. A.
Olt.MAX, V. I.'.
layette ille station, (ireen P. Jack
son; Mu 1 1 xi ry and Lynchburg circuit,
Win. J. Collier; Marble Plains circuit,
Martin R. Tucker; Fayetteville cir
cuit, to Ik- supplied: Pleasant Plains
circuit, Wm. U. iwery; FJkmont
Spring circuit, R. (J. R'iy, W. H.Rig
gan, suix-rmiiiierery; Cornersvilli' sta
tion. Alfred It. FaiU; LewUbuig cir
cuit, T. A. Kcrley, W. T. (till, xujKr
numerary; Winchester station, Robl.
. Reagan; Salem circuit, Sam A.
Parks, Wm.P. Woodard, supernumer
ary; I'lintville circuit. Win. H. An
thony; Rich Valley circuit, Rcnjamin
.1. f Jaston; Palmetto mission, Thomas
fi. Darnell; Petersburg circuit, F. F.
COWMHI.V CIUCl'IT .IAMI-S P. UAK
PKK. P. V.
Ci'lunibia station, James M. Wright,
.lonu M. Mnmilton, siipcrnumciai
J. D. C. Atkins and ( Jen. Hen. Rri-rbl
..;n ,,iii. ..i ... ..i i . , I Ncbo and WiianisHrl station, J. (
m ill ooni'lli'ss a No remain at the head',, . , ... ... ' ., ,
l u linn ii ; .111. 1 ii'.'iiiin cnciiii, 1
I Whitien; Culleoka and Hurricane sta
tion, IVvtou A. Sowell; Mareclla Fall
eircuit, R. AN.Scav, J. If. Stravhoni
iiicrnunicrarv; Lvnnville circuit, AV
Wcaklcv. J. M. Ieke, Kiim rnunicra
rv; Pleasant Valley station, Thomas J
Duncan: Pulaski station; A.C. Dinwid
ile, John S. Marks, supcrnuinerarv
rrinifv circuit, A. M. Fzell; Prosiw-ct
lrcuit. (.isir-j-cS. livron: l-.lktou sta
(ion, Refiis I-:. Travis; Richland cir
nit, S. M. Cherry; Mt. Pisgah circuit
lohn A. MeFerrin: J. R. Anderson
-aiiHTiiumcmrv: (Jibs cinuil, Rolcrt
jf their conimittee.-.
Put si ii: r eli 't. Samu. l J. Tilden,
is on the ocean, coming home from
Furopc. He is the greatest moral hen
in America, and has shown a patriots
self-denial asgrt at as that of Washing
ton, if not ::natcr. Thoimh even
honest minded man believed he was
'ect d Pre.-idclit, and he knew he was
'lcctid, he siirreiideled it, rather than
cau-e another war, or haw1 the world
M. Maircard: President Martin Col
wir lie.- the ad spectacle of the great J lege, R. 11. River.
Ilcpuoiic 01 .niei 1. a, me nope 01 tin ; -A A N N A II PIS llip 1 ,1. .1. COM KN, P. l:
vol'.. I, ruled h -two conic-ling Prcsi- J Savannah station, Henry f. Me
dent-. lr. Tililcu i a stroii" man. a iridc: Savannah cin uil, Moses J. Ma
rv: 1 iwrciicciiurg station and racto-
v mission, M. A. Frw in, Wavland
circuit, (.00. . Coleman;
?! great 111:111, a :raicl man. and il'tiien j
J any m et il 11 le in Republic, hN iiobli j
-ell'---aci-ilicc will rank him as the
greatest Presided t ever elected hv the
people. ' ' J
, . j
1: Ivg leac ( eorret-r tile newsy J
and usually correct Columbia corre
spondent to the Nashville Am' ririm.
In reporting tli" pr.vce. lings of tin J
Te.l' bcr-' Institute, he says "Prof. J
Joviics concluded that ihe old lncthiHl J
is I he belter, I'l'e.lUe Hii-liil. (." This j
is very uniu-t to Prof. Joy ucs, becausi i
il is just the opposite of all that h- die !
advocate and argue, ile advocated!
w hat wa styled in the controversy, I
the "new nielliod." and based hi: '
ychoogical laws. lie says it is ceon- 1 Rix-iiIwikhI station, Andrew A
oniv of time for pupils to be taught b ; -on.
thcnatmal method. 1 Ie pi actises w dial ! I'KXTKKVI I.I.K IHSTIfK T I!OI'T. Jt.
tie preaches, in his life and in bis man- ' .loK, p. 1:.
tier. His great pow er as a speaker i , ; Vntn-ville ircuit. Fph. W. White;
, . ... 1 ,.f 1 - . .. , sj.,,,1,, Ke circuit, m. Cherrv; Pine
greatly due to h.s wonderful simpl.ci W.(M1(, .ip,.ult, ,:,,. s, ,A ulnYfl-
ty. He i a natural as nature ttscli j 'ov Cre-k circuit, William T. NYshitt;
and spak with all the beauty and ! F.i in and CiuulK-rlaiid City, T. H.
strength of simplicity. 1 lis style is a J vV.-.lanl: Iver circuit, allaceT.
. , ,, 1 , . , 'fow land: staidmsr R'n k circuit, Jim.
m.Mlelforall youni,' s1Rakers to inii- j n II(,yno!.ls; White Oak circuit, to Im-
talc, I supplictl (by (J, 11. Yates;; Jibfuejtvr
circuit, .los. i. .rw m;
!uiiel Mill station, 11. II. 1 ; a ms;
Ashland cin uil, J no. R. Rcagin, Lin-
leii circuit, John W. Hooker, Clifton
circuit, John M. Jordan; Henryville
circuit, Win. P. Warren; Ijowr'willc
ircuit, Wm. K Sehiistiaii; Oakland
mission, W. N. Mm.re, H. l Jlooth,
rlt.VXKI.IX PISTlttcr JOIt.N V. .
ill (illKS, P. K.
Franklin station. Win. Rurr; Har-M-th
station, Wm. H. Wilkes; lieth
;chein station. Win. P. Hickman,
lohn ( Rlairton, supernumerary;
' 'ave Spring circuit, Allen 'fribble;
Douglas circuit, W. H. Hcnslcy, Ren.
,. Stom-; Smith Spring circuit, F. A.
. 'arnev; College (-drove circuit. O, (i.
n'cipal aivrumciil upon the fact, that j Halliburton; Chaiiel Hill circuit, T.li.
'ncwmctho.r- is easvand nut.irol, Fi.-her; Spring Hill circuit J,seJ.
. . ;. . . .. , , ; Rice; Rethesda -irctut, R. L. hagan;
nlounded uiH.n well establish,-,. . , st.ltioli NVm. M. Jv7vle:
,-chological laws. He says it is , con- i Krentwood station, Andrew A. Alli-
and IJU'rly circuit, D. H. Merryman;
Wavcrly circuit, Win. T. Dye, lion
Aqua Springs mission, J. H Richard
son; Reaver Dam Sjiringa circuit, S.
H. Andrews; Dickson circuit, J. (J.
Hinsoii, 1J. F. Jackson, supernumera
ry. tkaxsi i:i:uf:t.
John Shcrrill, to North Texas Oai
ferenc,i; John T. Duncan, to Florida
Conference; Wm. Henry Ilyee, to
Columbia Conference; John N. Jland
lin, to Arkansas Conference; Andrew
J. Liwlcss, to Western Conference.
Train Eitchei Tennesseeaas Hurt.
SjH'cial to Cinciuuati IJciulier.
iavKPoi;r, Ohio, o.-t. 11. An up
coal train ( Henry Spade, conductor)
was w recked here this morning at
o'clock. rhrcu tramps were stealing
their way, and it is thought they
cut the train to cause a slop. It was
cut in two places, with the tramps on
Ihe middle cut. The engineer, Is-ing
guided by the light of the cahoisc,
ran into the middle section, ditching
one car and badly demolishing two
other. William Roller, of Columbia,
Tenii., was caught under the ditched
ear and had both legs broken, besides
internal injuries, lis died tn a short
time after he was extricated. A sec
ond, who gave his name tis (Jeorgc
Sanders, from Nashville, Tenn., had
sonic slight bruises almul the head a lid
a badly mangled foot. m Dr. Sparrow
attended them, and accompanied Sin
dels to Columbus, where Conductor
Spade will turn him over to the im
thorites The third made his escape
and trudged on foot toward the city.
On the body of the dead man were
found three or four white shirt, as
many ladies' ho.-e, a revolver loaded
in all its chambers, a razor, an old ten-
cent breast pin, with the initials "(i.
M., and several others of the same na
ture. They were all reasonably w ell
dressed, and would pass for ordinarily
respectable looking individuals.
ADD & HARRISOI
DRY-COODS, ROOTS, SllOFS, HATS, C I A JTl 1 1 N ( ', STA I'LL AND FAN
CY CROCFRIFS, WHEAT, CORN, MEAL, FLOl'R, BA
CON, LARD, Sl t.'AK, COFFFF,SALT,
And everything uuallv kept in : first -class house. Also weighs on Fair
bank's Standard Scales, CORN, HA V, JKHiS, CATTLF, FTC.,
and guarantee their prices tobe as cheap as Ihe cheapest.
Junction: Mt. Pleasant and Hampshire pikes.,
CoIiiihImj, - - rronnossoo.
No. 70 South College Street,
lras Founders and Machine Works, Steam Engines, Boilers and Mill Ma
chinery, Wrought Iron Pipe, tlloU', Angle and Check Valve, ( .'as, s(eani
anil Water Cock, Fitting, Etc., Steam Jet Pump and Little (Jiant In jet-mi's
tor Supply Boilers, Contractors for Steam Heating Apparatus for Hotels', Fac
tories, Etc. J lave always on hand a large lot of second hand machinery, mid
in good order. ol)5-.'m.
Belation cf the Preparatory Schools to
By reouest, Prof. W. R. Webb read
his paper on the above subject ln-fore
the Teachers' Institute, Friday morn
ing. We give a brief synopsis of this
A preparatory training of an aver
age bay should occupy alxait four
years after he logins Ijatin. The age
of the Joy demands that he should 1m-
under the discipline, of the frlionl
FOUTI YEARS CEFORK THE TCBLIC.
DR. C. E1?ZANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is paleand leaden-
colored, with occasional flushes, or
v. , Petition for li voice.
Mary A. Beimel 1. I
It ninil:ig to me from tlie ptaintifl'i
hilt, tiltfil In tl.e nbne, hich ts soru to,
lliat ihe dffeniliint Mary A. Beuui-U, is a
non-resUlpnt ofthe Slat of Teunessee, so
Hint the ordinary prntwsH or Inw mnunt be
servnl upon her: IL is therefore ordered ly
me Hint iHilillcHlioii be made in I he Colum
bia Hetald and Jlnil, a uew.'papi- published
in the town of Columbia. Maury county,
Tennessee, for four ronsi-i-ul is'e weeks, re
qnirins Ihe said defendant lo Hp pent- at tlie
uext term ot Ihe Ciu-uit Court, to be held at
f.he court-house in said I wu of I Olutubiu,
on i ne nrsi ,vioTiu;.y in .I;mn-oy next, aid
Adapted to and not under that a circumscribed spot on one or both ROTf,
net joi ufHiiU!! exparie.
V. .1. WHJTTHt IRNK, Clerk.
A. II. llrown, .Ir., Solicitor for comi'lniu't.
Octolier 12, 1S77.
of a college adapted to I'i. Hence
a preparatory school and a college
should be separate, and distinct in lo
cation and discipline, and should not
lie combined under one administra
tion. Wh'ii combined, the discipline
must lie adapted to young men, in
which event t he boys ot the prepara
tory department sutler for want of
restraint; or it must le adapted to
boys, m wlucli case tlie young men
are roblicd of that liliertv to which
they arc justly entitled by means of
aire and scholarly attainments; or it
nuisi. be a compromise fatal to lth, as
it is adapted toncither.
The true principle is concentration
of Fni ersitv work with diffusion of
school work. In this way opiort uni
ties for chi'-a tion reach the greatest
minilxT. When Uys tire admitted in
to preparatory depart men I of college,
the schools are robln d of their best
and mot promising material, and
with them go its morale. Without
leading spirit, thy schools drag out a
sickly and proiitless existence.
The collcecan not do the drill work
of t he schiM 1, nor call the school do
thc.bigher work of the college. They
are correlated divisions of the same
army, each w it h its peculiar duty to
terform, and yet with a commo;i end
in view. The s' hool is a family with
parental government; the college is a
State with magisterial authority.
The State should not usurp the family
government nor should the family
take charge oftheState. Thereshoul'd
be no contlict nor competition U-twcen
lbc schools and colleges. For the
colleges to make use of their great
name and endowment to comK'te
w ith the schools, is damaging to them
and to damage tlie schools, is to dam
age education, for uoii them the col
leges must chiefly rely for their supply
The college should be an arena for
display of the teachers' ..-work, and
the college professor, an impartial
judge of the lnefits of competing
schools. hen lie lias a preparatory
department, he can not Ik- impartial,
as lie become-- a judge of bisow n work.
A strong argument in behalf of the
principle of concentration of the col
lege work and dilttision of the schools,
is'that those countries, which Imvc
made most reputation by their educa
tional institution, and had most ex
perience in successful educational en
terprises, act ujio'i thisprinciple. The
Public Schools, too, grade their schools
olid when they have not done so. they
have failed to secure the patronage of
For family government, the num
ber of pupils is necessarily limited, and
nothing is more damaging to the
character of the young, than to have
them crowded together in large multi
tildes. They lose individuality, and
the discipline indistH-nsable to such a
number, reduces thejH all to R Con
telllptiblc dead level, and does not
develop those towers that distinguish
On tlie other hand, the State goveri
nient of ii college, admits of haying
its nuiulH-i's expanded, the larger
the number, the lietter.
The college should have a standard
and rigidly adhere to it. Some col
leges feel that they can not atlord to
disiM-nse with the preparatory depart
meiil, but the duty of well endowed
Universities is plain. They should
have the boldness to Jeail, mid not Ik-
led by the demands of the unknow
a the higher institutions of learn
ing foster the preparatory schools, not
compete with them. Let them en
courage the teacher nv exhibiting an
appreciation of his labors. Jf ihest
institutions hav prestige for scholar
ship thev are almost wholly indebted
for their elevated stondard to the con
seicntmus teacher of the suixa'diuali
When a young man in college com
H'tcs successfully for the honois, bf-
scholarship and character represent
vetirs o! watclilulness and toil on the
part of the teacher. When his nana
is published us the successful coin pet
itor, why not, loo. mention the name
of the school to w hleli he io indebted
for his training and upon w hose Jama
is ha-ed the elevated standard of the
The military chieftain ha- his tri
umphal procession and his laurels; (In
teacher, who often times cxhihj
more (irnuiess, persistence, strategy,
more gallantry more real heroism,
more genius jnhis conflict with ignor
ance and iH-tulance, simply asks re
cognition at the hands of those who
reap therew ardsof his victory. When
(hc'-oUce a Princeton announced
thai il would publish the names of the
schools f-.-om w hich their Is-st scholars
came. 1 lie .-inuoiinci ineiii scm a inriii
of joy across intervening States to the
heart of a teacher in an inland village,
who for more than a ipiarter of a
century had laUircd earnestly in the
school-room and who was a genius jn
his profession. He had never hoicd
to hear his name so much as mention
sl at the institution of learning. Ile
lirccted the minds of his pupil- to the
merits .il tin.- college, ami lie had the
gratificat u n to see Ins name an
nounced in their catalogue in connec
tion with more than one young man
ho was the best scholar in his class.
l'his enabled him at once to take front
rank as a tcaciicr, tind it is scarcely
necessary lo add that he was diligent
in distributing their catalogues among
the educated men of hisState, thereby
increasing his own patronage and
their. The principle of correlating
uccessfiil schools and granting achol-
checks : the eyes become dull ; thepu
pils dilate ; an azure semicircle runs
along trie lower eyenu ; tne nose is ir
ritated, swells, and sometimtsbleeiU;
a swelling of the upper lip ; occasional
headache, w ith humming or throb
bing oi the ears ; an unusual secretion
of 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 ; fieeting pains in the stomach ;
occasional nausea and vomiting ; vio
lent pains throughout the abdomen;
bowels irregular, at times costive ;
stools slimy ; not tmfrcqucntly tinged
with biood ; belly swollen and hard ;
urine turbid ; respiration occasionally
ilifiicult, and accompanied by h,c
cough ; cough sometimes dry and con
vulsive ; uneasy and disturbed sleep,
with grinding of the tectii ; temper
variable, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. MV LANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly ctlcct a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCl'RY
:n any form ; it isan innocent prepara
tion, not capable of doing the slight
est injury to the most tetidcr in fant.
The genuine Dr. MV Lane's Vf.r-
Mii'rtiK bears the signatures ot l.
MVLane and Fleming Bros, on the
wrapper. : o :
DR. C. MCLANE'S
These Pills are not recommended
tis a reined v" for all tho ills that flesh
is heir to,r' but in affections of the
liver, and in all Bilious Complaints,
l'snepsia, and .Sick Headache, or
diseases ot that character, uicj" stand
without a rival.
ag'ujc and fever.
Ko better cathartic can be used pre
paratory to, or after taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative the)' are un-
IIEW.tKE OF IMITATIONS.
The genui no are nevcrsugar coated.
Uaeh box "baa a red wax seal on the
lid, -.vith the impression Dr. JPl'
Lane's Liver Pi lis. 3
SEach wrapper bears thesignatures
01 C. MVLane and Fleming Uros
Sold by all respectable druggist9
and country storekeepers generally.
Ilaviiiglhis Any snggestct tlie insolvency
oi ine esiale oi .liu vis J. Pi nion, .lec'.l, to
l!e ( I. lit o! tlie County Court ot Maury
comity, Tt-DHessee, uoiice Is licichy glvcu
to all person lujvmt; c-lHiins acainst. s.-si.l
estate to tile thein ilnly kui Ii.'IUkmI. .1 willi
saki Clerk ou or belore I ho .".ill lny ol Ktbru-
ary, iSTr., lor morula dlsiribuliuii, or tue
aaioe win iurever ujirretf.
JOUN ti. I'RIMM.
Ot tolx-r "., 77. AUmiiiistiHtor.
COME! ILOOMK! IPHSICIE!
Before Purchasing Elsewhere !
Money and Price Our Goods
Before Purchasing Elsewhere!
Price our Immense. .Stock
of Dress Goods, Galloon, Silk aud Worsted j
Fring s to match, I
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE!
We have in stock tlie Kentucky Grain Drill, the only Drill made tliat
" j will do good work in Btalk and trashy laud.
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE!
FLANNELS, DOMESTICS, CASSIMERES. JEANS,
TWEEDS, TICKINGS, ETC.,
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE!
In addition to a full line of Avery and Mcikcl StcfJ Plows, vc liavo tlie
Diamond Cliilled I'low. This Plow is the same size and Myle of flic Oliver
Cliillcil, and we warrant it as c;mh1 in every respect. If cm trinl it shou'd
not work satisfactorily, we will refund the money. Pric tli with extra
Price our Paris and Berlin Style Cloaks, Waterproof Ladies' Cloth, :
Skirls, Shawls, etc., j
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWEHREl!
We now have a full stock of Schutth r Wagons, and
pcrior in many respects to any other farm wagon madt
goods, we still keep all sizes of Tennessee Wagons.
1 lie sin Dual inlin-of tlie Slorkltol.l. rs
OI lUOIIHIIKol C Olllllllll;., wilt l.c Ill-Id ill
their oitlce lu 'ommbiii, Xenu., on Tuesiluy,
.,u,cii.u-i i.-,. in,, iui.ose oi eicciing
umi iiira ior me cnsuitisr year.
101.0, IN77. W. P. LNUUAIM, Ca.suier.
I have I his i!:iy m-t my son, W. T. Oilvcrl,
tree, ;.s i he wt-ic Iwnily-viic, to ju-i jiu.t
trH.le lor hiitisclt. :uil i wiii n..i ! n-
flonsihle foi any trade, account or contract,
mime uy mm lroin tills d;ilc.
SepteiuUirlT, 1S77. J. II. c'AI.VKUT.
J lie co-)ai1nersliip Iicrelorinc oxislin:? be
Iwceti S. Ii. W'HtkniN, II. A. JIclA'inore, u'l.
unU W.tfliird. nudt'V the nnrm ut.l
llo of Walkins, McLciiioie ,V ciiUoi J, 1ms
i '..-, any ikvo iiikhhivcu ly mutual consent..
The busiiie will hcreiillcr lit- coiiduoted l.v
w HI Kins .v (.mold, who me lit-rcl-y nuthor
izetl to collect and receipt tor all monies du-
Hie Lite In mi, Hint to K.:tlic all other one
Ktaudin" iuitubteduebs. wet. S-ll.
E. Kl'IJ V,
We have in slock a lirst-class
Also 1 laruesr l'i- in i
5$l:t2.oo to sioo.oo
Onrworkis lii'Kl--l;ifs; tin: prices lower
llnin the snnie kind of w..i k can ho houulit
lioit h ol'Coluinbia. KL'IIN iV Tt'Kl'IN.
June 111-7, -ly.
Manufacturer and Dealer lu
I,,ooUin- J lasses,
an I ( 'oi iiico,
Do.jiict and Music stands,
Cards, Tasscls.-md Nails,
( !i:iir ( ain and
I 'ic'.urcs of all -ICinds,
NO. 38 UNION- STREET,
lletwccli (ViUcuc and t 'hcrry,
NAS11V1LI.M. - - TION N.
p'a? lrfini; in'-:-' .i.i--.cs ..in 1,1 nit
iramcs. tild i let tires ami l-ramcs lu-
pairt-d. ' aur17-ly
HnviivTf. rfnr WMCecl ih Insolvciirv
of ilie csiin.j of W. M. lo-ley, dcc'il, to the
C'leik ol th- County Court ol Mauiy couuly.
Ten nesee, notice is Jiereliy given to "u
persous having claim against Kiid eslaln lo
file them only Hiitliemicited wi!h said
clerK on or before Hie .rith day of Januai v,
l.vrs, for rorata distribittiou, or the same
will be lorever barred.
D. H. lt l.c OMB,
October o, 177. AdiuiiiLstralor.
rursnnnt to the last wi.l anit testament, of
liuv-id '. Jones, dee'd, I will proceed lo sell
lo the hiicliest and best bidder, on the prem
ises, "ii Thiin-day, the L'iih day ot Cictolwr,
ls77, the loliowiuifuescribed tiapt ol land
Mluated in tlie Jlh civil district of I,ewis
county, Tennessee, and hounded as follows:
in the north by the land ol W. II. liaiky; on
the east by the lauds ol J. W. 3eiiuinis and
Win. li'cUuin;on tlie south by the land of
Lewis CUJiiicre; ou Uie wokI Uv the land of
W. C Wbitthorne. Said laud contains lsu
acres, more or lei's, with the iucumlwranoe
of the Widow's dower. Will be sold on a
creditof twelve months, with interest from
dule, with approve security, and a lien re
tHined to nei'ure the payment of the pur
chase money. W. T. .McCIjAIN,
October o. ih. .. Kxecutor.
Pike our Tahie Linen, Damask Napkins, Towels and Irish Linen,
TORE PUKCIIASINU EL-SWVIINKE!
rricCoiir (ilov5, I lose, Ilandkevchiefs, Corsets, Everlasting Trimmings'
and Hamburg Embroiderv, BEFORE PUUCHASIN i i
PKK'E: PJ1KT.! PIUCK! Our imiuenso srock of Earlics', Mi-cs
Ciildrcn's handinado Shoe-, BEFORE PURCHAS
ING IXSi: WHERE!
A g'wd stock on hand at the lowc-t prices.
Wv have the largest stock of Saddles over hroiigld to Columbia, Pii. v,
: to '20.0iJ. Also, Leather, Bridles and Harness.
Price t lie I'll Lie t
lock of Mrn handmade Boots am
p u i ic h a s i n g J ; ls i ; w 1 1 1 : r i : :
1 fcjliocs, BEFORi:'
LOOK! LOOK! And juice our Custom-made Clothing, BK
EORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE!
l"5t Calioo :it O Oontw 1 m- Ytird!
J. P. Street & Co.,
( OtSIItV Mlta 11 ANlSj AND I.AIKjI: CASH BUYERS We will duplicate ni-y l.!i:
BOl'l I I. is M-'e ol N.'W orlc.
KKMKMHKK! We bnv i;oo-ts lor ihive liouws buy all our stock Iroui timuufiw crs
and iinporlcis .. .v7i, tiicieforo wiving a double profit and nivii. om .m -
loniersilie lieneiil. I
IiK.M KM CI :K! We will not sell emnls below or t cost, but wo are salislie.l Willi Hi"
smallest possible profit, and can .sell jou good rfii-jvr tliau miuy luerchanla can buy ,
ItKMKMI'.KI!.' We : re rejolvo.l lo m-11 our it.smIk. and will nccor.t a bearly welcome lo ;
all who visit ns. nn.l will show nn. I prlcr i tmn nnd with pleasuee ilU.ey .ureua-iu. or 1 OOJjU XliUIil,
uywncie ireo oi charge. I
east sim; PL'IU.JC sa'AHi:,
mil. I'rice t.isl sent
TV. Ui ilHCIJ Ac OO.
era Trade Palaec
C O L U JI JilA, T E N N E SHE i: .
NEW YOUIv TA LACK -10 C'lillo Sit reel, N. V.j V Colk-go fctrtet, Nashville, TtnucRsce.
Pi. 15 Wo have made Dress tioods a specialty.
,-,a, tiu and 73 cents worth double Ihe money.
Black Bud Colored Ccsliiucre at
I A tract ol land w:tU fcood improvenu'iits
and fincstatcnt cultivation, containing lii
acres, or viii sen uy or l-,d acres, wild im
provements. Or Hiiolner Irncl i'..)iil.iuiins
LJW acres, well watered, mid ii Kpleudid
MIK.K larm, wmi goon improvements
Cheap and Icl lim cunv. See or address
W. 1!. KAN NUN,
Oct 3 It. Hui men ue, Maury co., Teuu
ItHvinij tills day H'.ijjt'estcd the insoivcucy
of ihe estate or John M. IJiirh.-im, dee'il, to
the Clerk of the County Court of .Mmiry
counly, Tennessee, notice is buroby s:iveii Uy
hii pei-Kona uaving ciaiuiH !ihiuni sam .i-s-tate
to file tbe-.u duly anlheulicated with
said c'ei k on or before the "il.h day of April,
jeii, i. piT.iiH.it. uili luuuuu, or mo bHiue
wm ou iorever uarreu.
W. I. MII.I.N.
.October OUif "lh77. Adiuuiislialor.
liii.s to tlicm -stallisliif liv that
nol.lot of t'l'iitcniMl iM-nefiictions, V;ui-
Icrl.jlt 1'iiiveritv litis infused new
life ami new viuor to the schools of
Notice to Tax-Payers.
All Taxes for the 3-par ISTlimust lnnid l.v
thpiith d..y of th.Ioi.er next. If voa wisli lo
ua f iiosl and romniisfcion, n the low com
pels me to put l hem out 0:1 t hat tin)-. I oat
l found at my ottls. next door to oost-of-
tloe every day from now until that time.
ept, 7, loTT. Tru-itee,
Order of Publication.
Wesley Crawford. Coiupl-iinaiit. vs. W. I
CiHWIor.l, 1 iciciiuitut.
It npiH-arms u me liom tii.iavii bird in
tbm cauee, that the dele miaul. W. 1. Cihw-
ford. Is a noii-resnieiu of tlm stale of Ten
nessee, II. is thvrelore ordered that he enter
his npiieaniiR' - hen in. belore or 011 the -Ith
Monday in tetober next, liein-i a rule day of
the next term of the 1 hanueiy C'i,.rt, to lie
lielo at Columbia on the first Monday in
Oc'olier next, l... ami plead, answer 01 de
mur to t-o:uphtiiia:il's bill, or Ihe stiine will
be laaen forconf.'Ssi d as lo bim and et for
hc.-miix exparle; and tlml a copy ol tliis or
ler be published tor f. ur consecutive weeks
in the llernl-l and MhiI .
Sept il-lS77. 1. Ii. Ci NIFKU, C. M
InfnrmMton bavins; lieen made before
tne, .1. A. WalUcr, Jostlcp o.'the J'eace for
Murv county, by T. II, William. Ihat
tin. o-J.implwll Is Indebted to Williams
Tyler to the naeof T. II. Williams by ae
eo'.int In I be sum oi',vl. 1 1 and interest from
lanuary 1, IsT, and that said Bruce Camp
bell la a non-resident 01 the Slate of Ten
nesvee, so that, the ordinary process of law
cannot lie served on him, and prayed and
obtained on attachment, which was levied
011 the interest f said Campbell in a fund
tn the minds of A. N. Akin, Clerk, and K
M. McKav, Attorney, il is therefore o roe red
that the said Bruce C-.mpoell appear before
me. J. A. Wallif r, J uslice of the Peace lor
Manrv county, Tennessee, on the Sin );iy
of November, 77, to answer ;.ud defend thcr
pornpluint of Wiiliains Tyier to the use of
T. W. Wlllinms vs. bim, or the esse nil.
proceed with exparte; and that Ibis publi
cation lie made In the Columbia Herald and
Mail for four eousecu'lve weeks, the last to
be one weete prior to said H uh day ot So
vctnher. 177. JOS. A. WA LKfclV
St-pt. 177. c. i". aiaury county.
J.J. Miller etol.. rs.V. II. Veatcli et nl.
1'ursuant to aix onler nad; at the Sep
tember term; JS77, of the County Court of
Maury county, in the cause of ,t. J. Miller et
:il vs. K. B. Veatcli et Ml., I will seil t the
highest bidder, uie tlie premises, ou Satur
day, the .i i day of NoVeiulier, 1S77, one hun
dred and five acres ;.if the land descnla-d in
the pleadings, lyin lu the 7th civil distiict
ot Maury county, Tennessee; eiirhy acres ol
said lau.1.4 briimh-vl on the north, east and
weft UytllW Wad.i. ot Newton Matthews, and
on the south by the lauds of itoberl and 11
verl Mai thews; tlie remsiniug twenty-live
acres adjoins the lauds of Newton Mutthews
el nl. The eighty acre tract is covered by
the vidow's dower of fc' i acres, 01 which li,"i
acres the remainder iutertwi will be Mld.
Said land will l: sold 0.1 a credit of one aud
two years, except ten per eeut ou amount of
sale, which will be required iu cash ou day
of sale to pay costs and attorney's fees.
Notes with approved security, b al ing in
terest from ddte, will be required ol the pur
chaser, aud a lien retained upon tue SHiue
to secure f,he payment of Ihe purchase
money. - A. N. AKIN, C. JI: C.
Scpleiurber i5, lt. .
ORE GROCERIES !
JL, O AV JL2 I PRICES
1 mt BE UNDERSOLD !
We have now iu store a splendid Rsorttncul of
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Fresh Fish, Oysters and Game in Season !
And will uo be undersold ou same grades and iualities
by aud House.
Goods Received Daily! Stock Always Fresh!
Land For alc.
til K I A 1:1 HKIi AND lllli il XI) COl-Fl'.KS arejroasted in our own
house I wire per week, and can be relied on as bemy fresh. We park
111 tin buckets, c ins or caunistcrs to suit customers. 1 KtK.
itIt 'i'KASare uneriualed iu quality and price. We will duplicate
New York or uuy t bei prlws. 1'u.i tles piirchaxtng hall jsmnils or
f.ounus, win oe iiirnisnea wnu a lancy- cannister, lead linen hdu
iiaiiiisniueiy ornamenieit, i kki;
ol K WINKS are old and pure, nnn ennot be equaled lor medical
purpf.ses. (iive us a trhil and lx satisfied.
; f ' We pav cash for I'.neori, 1'roiluee, Butter and Kgex. floods
delivered free la the city, ice I uriilsbed to families duriuglhe season
A valuable tru-rt of lifty acres of land for
nale, lyliMaboutone half a mile fiomCol
ui.iblaou the Mooresville pike, one half of
itnnely timbered and beautiful sites lor
building. Will sell a a whole or lu lots.
- J, 1. vv 1 1.1. l.v Misi t,
Ai-.KUst t7-Um Columbia, Teuu
Valuable Land for Sale.
Ou (Saturday Oct tith. 1S77. I will sell to
th3 highest bidder, at Mt. Pleasant, the tract
of laud known as the Kamuel J. Ingram
place, lying on nie Blsby Creelc, two miles
south-west of Mt. Pleasant, containing 2li
aerea. It ir splendid land, lies well, ami
well watered. Part la creek bottom, and
the balance ls kckxI upland. All cleared
and In cultivation, fences eood. aud a half
dozen good springs on the place. Terms
mane Known en day or saie. uoou con d try
bouse, and several tenant houses.
tsept. i;t-jsT7. J. 11. CKUJ I
. . ..
J. lCUVIc; c;c. are now urenarcd to
thresh, hull and clean clover seed ready for
market, u Ith t heir Superior Birdell Thresh
er, llulier and Cleaner combined, for one
third, anil will thresh iu Maury and adjoin
ing counties oo the sharteal notice. Those
who have clover to ttiresh will please com
inunlcate with us at Campbell KLat ion. Mau
ry Couuty, Tenueesee.
An j,31-3tn. . J. L LUSE & CO.
CHAPFIIT & RUSHTOIT,
Next to Trade Palace, Public H-inare,
O. C. OWEN,
11EW CASH STORE!
O N T JI J
I West Side of the Square.
Having li:ul (liii ti.cn years nf Micccssful c ,vici iciicc in llf- Irv t;iMli m-in
in Ml. ricasiint, I inn 'iarc'l Id oltir (lie iitins nf Coin in bin
nnl my nunicrous fricipls cl-cw li rc, a ii.li-1
t.f (mhkIs, vJn'cli J litivf jmit l.as i al tin-
Lowest Cash Figures
Ami iTnpo-c t't n il (In ut
S . mm I All
I 1 T 1 I UVw -7
Improve, Strengthen and Preserve
They are et with fine FFtr.NC ;H Vi nt
KCOP1C I,KNI, and cau be so adjust! '.
that the Focus, or cone, will come directly ;
in front ot the pupil of the eye, thereby uiv- '
ing the b'-st u.,i..t tffn-t from any artificial j
help. Iiy their use you avoid tlie frequent 1
change of glasses. The Frames, on account
of a combination of different metals, arc I
in 010 thtrrihlr, look handsomer, aud last j
longer than any other kind.
J'rrn Piiir Wtirrantrif J
They have been tested for years. Over ft !
million pair are now in use, giving general '
Thtje ls no part of the body no much'
abused aa the eye. Persons will buy a pair I
of imperfect Heetacles, thinking it Is neon- I
omy, not knowing that they are doimr
....... 1.. 1 . ..... 1.1 r. In!..... .
AT SUCH LOW KATES
That tin y will be iohiik IUsI to Imy,
ITo TrouWe to Show Goods!
The nnnersigned Is our only authorized agent In thla plac, and has been Instructed
in the use of our new sys'em by which the eve can le fitted wllh Seelacles on the Ilrst
trial. It Is the only practical system base. I on sclentifle prlnelplca In use. No charge for
having the eyes teste;. No peddleis emploved. Korsaleonly by H. F. F I '! K, Jew
eler and Optician, and Manmaciurer of Fischer's Celebrated Fishing Ilcel, North Main
Street, No. f a. Columbia, Tenii. octlO-tu,
COME ONIH 1 COME ALL