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THE HERALD AND MAIk
Friday Morning, December 14, 1877.
ioi.i ojTiietl in cw York, WI-iit-wlay,
at In:'.', advanced to mid
clo-ed at 10S'.
Tj:sm:-si:e IVinu- elided in New
"York AVednevday, at fr old, and
12 for neu-.
Tut New York -ttn market
quiet AVedmsdav, middling upland
i-lcwing at 11 t;-1if.. H i-n.
Tm: Hui-e of Kprescniative: lias
ali-hod the Iron Clad Oatb. What
v ill the Senate and Hayes do alout
('(iriox reirt- from ( i'alvtton,
Trxa, New Orleans and Memphis,
t-liow a general deereae in prodiRtiont
ainl ry bad weather to pet it out in.
WiiLX we left Nashville yesterday
niortiino;, it war generally Is-lieved
tliat the fifty nul- pns-iliinof bond
Jioldeis would In- arrotpted, certainly
h.v the St-natt, anil pn.Lal.Iy l-y the
I'.k.njamix t:r;EK, a Major-
c ru ral in (he Confederate Army,
fit-d in 'harleMoii, .VC, last Friday.
J le commanded adivi-imi in the army
of .Northern Virginia . and v as eon
utrod fr his tardiness in the seven
days I .attic IxM'ore liicbmonil. He
va- ;! ear- ld.
Tiik l.'u-iaiis say tiu.nun Turk- sur
renderi'd with Osinan Pasha at J'lov
na. The Turks say only :;o,fHH ur
remlered. The liiissian.s will soon lx
at the li'ates of ( 'onstant inople, the
strongest fortified city in the world.
It was taken ly the Turks from the
Christians in 1 loil-jlnglisli oliicer-i say
jl is now ini)reiriia!ile.
l'l.KVXA, the great Turkish fortress,
which has held out so long against the
Jtussians, ha.s at last surrendered. (N-
man l'asha, the TurkKh commander,
attempted to hreak throilirli, hut he
he was wounded and his troops cap
tnred. O-inan l'asha is praised for his
Valiant ry. J I is troops w ere hoth
starved and frozen out. The Iondou
Times now urgi-s mediation l.etweon
Jiussia and Turkey.
suggested to the Log
icy adjourn, and he
( (. . I'oliTK
would call them together forthwith
again, allowing them full liberty to
settle the State del-t on whatever ha-
f-i- th"V clnwr. They afijoiiined and
v ere convened at oneo. Accompany
inir the ( Mtvernor's la.-t proclamation
is a ror.o-jtin from bondholders to
settle the debt at ".' cent-rn the dol
lar. It is l.t-Iie. that the proiHM-
lion will lie accepted.
This eelehratinl mare, the fastest
four year old iu America, attracted
the attention of turf men all over the
Union, ly ber unparalleled triumphal
course through the Jt'orth and East.
The Chicago Spirit of the Turf thus
sjeaks of Alice West in a recent num
Alice Wet, by Almont, dam Mc
Tonald'B Manibriuo, win ofMamhrino
Chief, on the 20th of June 177, won,
at Chester Tark, Cincinnati, Ohio, the
1,000 purse for four-year olds, taking
the first, fourth, and fifth heat, and
making a remind of 2:S1 in fifth heat,
over a half-mile track, which is the
fastest record ever made ly a four
year old in fifth beat. Jn this race she
eat Kecne Jim. wh recently, at
Lexington, Ky., cut down the four
year old record to 2:24.
In Septemlx-;-, I77, after a trip oi
nine lavs and nigm m me car-,
Alice West won the Turf, Field and
Farm Stake over ileotwood Fark,
New York, a very blow track, win
ning tho fourth, fifth, and sixth heats,
mukinc a record of 2:1' in sixth beat,
and leating a line field, among them
Ifogarth, who afterwards won the
I'.reeder's Stake for four-year olds at
Hartford, Conn., making a record of
. A lie Vct won the Jourth anil
fifth heats in tho Breeder's Stake,
making a rocord of 2:2! In fourth
heat, and had not the race heen imst-
poned to next day, it i generally con
ceded she would have won the race.
In the sixth heat, trotted next morn
ing, she was only lieaten aliout a
length, in 2:201, and trotted the sixth
mile in 2:2?. It will l noted that in
these hotly-contested races, nhe made
the lest time in last-heats, showing
wonderful game and bottom.
In closing a notice of Katie Jackson,
a half vister of Alice West, the same
pajH r says; "It will bo noted that,
like Alice West, her last heat was the
The Tennessee River Improvement
Convention, which met at Chatta
nooga Wednesday, was well attended.
IJesolntions were adopted Betting
forth the importance of improve
ment of the Tennessee river, esecial
ly at Mussel Shoals, and directing the
presiding officer to appoint a eemmit-
lee to goto Washington anil urge the
necessary appropriation, and that a
memorial to Congress be drawn irp
sett ing forth the facts. A recommen
dation was also made for an appropri
ation by Congress for the improve
ment of the Coosa river of Alabama
and (Georgia. It will require $2,000,
0o) to complete the improvement of
the xennessee, and judging from the
earnestness of the Chattanooga con
vention the work which v.nn laid out
forty years ago will soon be in a fair
way to consummation.
The co-partnership heretofore existing
between Tucker A tsedlierry has this day
been dissolved hy mutual consent, Ueo. T.
Sedberry retiring. The business will be
carried on by James 1,1. Tucker, and all per
sons Indebted to llio firm are requested to
come iorwa.ru ana seme at once ana save
costs. J AS. M. TLH'K K R,
lec U, 1877. -it. UfcU. T. BEUBEKBY.
'Wo are autliorir.pd to announce the name
of Mr. V. I). DAVIS), as a candidate forbner
111, at the ensuing August election.
We are outhorized and refueted to an-
eonnce THOMAb J. l 'HUSKY an acandidate
or Siberia' at the eusulug A ugust election.
Full CIRCUIT COURT CLERK.
Ve are authorized toTannounce SAMUEL
D. V. Mi KWEM as a candidate for Circuit
Court Clerk at the enduing August election.
We authorized to announce TtlEO. LIl'8-
CUMB ior Circuit Court Clerk at the next
We urn authorized to announce W. O.
WITH KIISI'OKX as a candidate ior Circuit
Court Clerk at the ensuing election.
j ir cor xr court clerk.
We are authorized to announce A. N
AKIN, as a candidate for County Court
Clerk, at the ensuing August election.
We nre authorized to announce W. T, ED
WA tins, as a candidate for County Trustee
at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce CI. M. V.
KIN.KK for Trustee at the ensuing August
I.'i v. A. T. l'.i i.isok, editor t
the Southern He iew , died at Alexan
dria, Va., Iat Saturday. He was the
I t nietaphvstei'Hi America ever
pnKliieed. I'."f're the war hrwii- I'ro
;, v.-,.r ,." M.iih. uiatii- in tin- l"niv r-i-r
y of Virfitna. linriiig the war he
w a- Af-ista nt Secretary of War, and
:tfier ard--cut n a. iieplimatic mis
ii ( Kuglaild. lb' wrote vo able
hooks, 'J.ittrly and Slavery," 'M
l:ivi a traitor, or, 'a-- Secession a
i 'oii-titnlioiial l iuhl'.'-'
I'r-I I - w a-, adinitted last Moii-
!a hl s. ni a- Senator front Lniii-i-.ilia.
to M hi )i he was e! i-ted sevi-nil
e:itsiigo. Only eiubt votes wi re cast
;k;:uiist his adinis.ion. and they would
!i.e . hern 'w ell the adlllis-ioti again-t
St. Paul, had In- hem a Democrat.
Mr. KiisiU is a Southern -nth-man
ami statesman ofthe old type, and his
admission is a leal aciuisition to the
Si-ii.ile. What a pity hi- colleague is
led Judge Spoll'ord, in-tead ofthetuis-
raMe creature KeHo--.-:. The Senate
i- now full and complete, the lir-ittinic
it h.ii been s .-hie" lstd .
A lively discussion has leeu going
on hetweeii Jxiuisvine iK-iors, con
cerning small-px and chicken-pox,
Dr. Dudley Keynolds asserting the
identity of the two and Dr. T. S. Bell
denying that there is the slightest re
lation lttwccn them. Dr. I'.ell is no
doubt correct, ashe gels decidedly the
lcst of the argument. Alter answer
ing Dr. iJcynoIds' arguments, he con
cludes as follows:
He has read and olscrved to little
purpose who supposes that there i.s the
T . 1 I. a. 1 i , .
least reiauousmp nciwceuciucKeii-pox
and small-pox. lhe great mess of the
medical jrofession have always lcen a
unit on the subject. Where there has
been a departure from this, it has leen
by sonic one intent on sayini' some
thing new, without renicmlering the
utterance of liOssiii ' in reviewing
book sent to him by an author who
oiiportuned him for a notice, fussing
at length said: "In this Uok there
are some thinvrs new and some things
that are true, but it is a great pity that
those tlunus that are true are not new,
and those that are new are not true
The occasional risings to tin surface
have scarcely even rippled the ocean
of medical progress. To the end of
time, chicken-pox will continue to Im
chicken-io.v, and sniali-i'ox will con
tinue to le small-H, and they will
stand i-erti-ctly mneji'iident ol one
anothf'r. there will e no more
chance, among the informed, of tak
intr one tor the other than ol taRing a
chicken tor a goose.
The cit y has enough burdens to en
dure, w ithoiit having this piece of ruli
bish addetl to its loads. There is no
excuse for intlictiug this evil upon the
city. It has done nothing to deserve
this kind of treatment. It loses great
Iv w lienevcr it has small-isix. in it
And now, after seventy years of it
exi-teiice, with annual eases of chick-
en-nox iu it without an evil of auv
kind from it, to ha ve an alarmist, pah
with terror, with dislieyehit hx'k
shaking in the air, teaclnng the na
(ions that m:i!l-po)c and chicken-pox
are one and the same tlnng. is sonn
thing grie oils to tn-ar. Mich a lion
seiisii-al doctrine should be scouted Miy
the community. I do not dnownf any
iM-rson in this eoiuuilnit v, except Di
D. S. Ic holds, that hoi, Is any such
We nre authorized to announce JAMES
ffll NT) H iLMiK a a candidate for Kegla-
ur at me ensuing aurusi ejeciiou.
HWfisre authorizeil to announce JOHN
C'.VKI! us a candidate for Kegister at the
ensuing August eiecuon.
iiHMl Ordinal y
Corn, per bn
Wheal, per bu...
Choice, Sew Orleans
Mackoret No I
Mackerel, No. :i
White per B- ,
I rlsh Potatoes
Dried A pples
Dried Peaches ..
Hides i Dry)
Pure Bred Fowls.
1. .1. LIPSCOMB
llreedcr and Shipper of ';
Fare Srsd -L::i ::i Witsr Fowls 2
rOBTTTf IBS BET0BS TH CBUC.
DR. C, MLANE'S
CELEB BATED O
. FO IB CUB or ,
Hepatitis, for Liver Complaint,
bTSTBPSXA JkKO SIC H IAS ACHE.
The Handsomest Presents
y.KHH for hatching in Shusoii. V'nwk for
sale at all t linen. Prt.nipl attention pi ven
to all ordexs and ouniuunications, which
are respectfully solicited. octl:t-77-ly.
list rat? Notice
Taken m bv.T. w. R -rimmuu i
8, two mules. One a Black Horse Mule, 4
years old, 15 hands taigh. with the letter "W"
on the left shoulder. The other a Itlnck
re fllule, wit i mealy nose, i vearu old,
Olll ll- hondrt hilrh. with tim letter ' W "
on the lelt Khoulder.
Dec. II, iS77.-yt. J. T. TL'L'KER, Hanger.
The books of the Into firm of Dubblua A
Brown are in my hands tor colleMiou and
Kcltletnetit. Persons Indebted to thetu are
notltifd to come forward and KCtlle with
me, and wave cost.
Dec. i !-:;(,. K. 1 1. H ATCH KK.
By virtue of a writ of venditioni exnonna
ti me directed from the Honorable Circuit
Court of Maury county, Teunexseo, in favor
of the Marcella Kails Manufacturing Com
pany vs. T. J. Alexander, 1 will olfer lor Bale
iorcasn;ioiiieiiiKnerlll(JUer, at t he courl
honsein Culumli:, on Mnuilav. tlieTth dav
of January, 1.T7, all the ristht, title, claim
and interest that said Alexander haw in and
to the following described tract and parcel
of land, situated in the stato of Tennessee,
itiaury coumy. in me 7Mi civil district ol
Slid county, and bounded as follows: On
the north by W'm A. Alcxundnrfand S. J.
Crawford; east by VV. 15. Keulro; south by
W. B. I'.efro; west by A. Moss, containing
'27(1 acres, more or less, salil defendant's be
lng an undivided interest iu the same, and
levied upon as the property of saia T. J.
Alexander to siitisfy Kaii execuliou and
costs. Sale iu lawful hours.
WJI. A. A LKXANDER,
Dec. 11, IS.,. Kheritl' Maury County,
'o.NMt. friiiiel a itory ver
Haves la--! Wcdlle.-diiv. hy d lent ill "I
twool'his tlcnoniinai ions for olVii-e,
IImvch remove I two of t'onklin's
friends from oii c Im -atise they jiaid
no attention to his oiih r lorhiddin
(' dei.-il olVice-holdcrs from ci rt i-i jmi t
rnii in elei'tiotis. 'J he men Maes tip
I'ointetl to till their il:iccs tire (lie ones
that 'anklinu defeated. Several Deni-
crals votetl with 'uiUlini;. t'onU
linuisa -'l.ad cilien,'' lul he has
wliii'pnl Haves, in :t soitare ilirht of
Haves' own choosing, wiien ecr.y
hod.y thoti!;hL Hayes had all "under
i r soon hecanu1 apparent, after the
nxcmhlimr of lhe (Jrand Assemhly of
TciiiieM'e in extra session, that the
proposition of the landholders to set
jle the tleh: jtt ii cents would not he
accepted. -Monday the h'-'iidiioldcrs
inade anol her proposit ion o the t iov-
i nor .'ii ecu i tJov. Poller to!v nil'
'( t ei I e ii
r I lie mat h r,
decided to Mihlnit il. 'i
I .eirislat lire
a ad v:i- con vein d !
at one, ! c i-i ' l!m ' cent
ition. ll"l!i' I, L'i-iatnre fails It
;ie, ept (hi- prop.- ;! I it. they will In
Jit ld ! -siion-i' I.-, ati-l p.i-tlv so. t.ii
o-in;: half the price of I'le honds t
I lie p, iple . ! Ten nes-ec.
i i: lelatioiis with Mexieo weft
diMii-sed ill foiisrr. . la-t Mondav.
VI r. 1 1 , ill. i i ioiH-r.it. ol.civo: an
;;iiu mhiK nt to he resolution of lh
-sn mil l e on I oivi-rn A lia ii s. looUiir:
to a pi -.ici a I le s'l I leitn-iil ol impend
im; dilVieiil' it- l. tweii Mevico ;tnd
The liiited Siat. leallder H.
S-lephi'lls. of i ,eol !j -a. Ill ele 1 he I'olloW -
ile. sin n ilic.i il I I elii.ll i.s;
I have looked ii)Mnthis . s 1 1, --t .i , ,,(
i 'oriti-r t role .ie-in i iaas w n n iteep m-
i' le-t. I NelieVe the ieilillL'. pl'exails
1 his hoi,- on ut i' , I ha I if :ir ean Ih
j ii cell d it oiiviht to l-. The t'oiu-
t hi 1'i-reiun Aiiair max tlo
tiiiieh in ('. unit it with tile Executive
to hriiii' al'otit 'onto sol t of motia
ti'io. I am not pr p a red I" stn I 1 1 1 -i
r il is ritrlil to rei-ovni -e the in, t.,
U" i iitmeiil of lia-. I am not siiOj.
Itntl- aeiiiaiiilei wild the f.nt.
It t he 'om mil lis- on l-oieiirn Allairs
have tin's matter i-peeially and ein
phal ie.-.llx refi ri-ed I" it and le the
ei'lllioilt.-e I iillll-el x j!l the "ei II-
tivi'. I fi'i-I a iii-i il thai this alniinis-in-lion
i-as nnieh in favor of peace a
tin I'ciii icocin iioiu .Maine, mvseit or
r-e v ell telil Ii - 1 1 1n- , Im rieait Mnpe.
Ilie p. opie ia t. ico i i o'jiiie, no
ljo eilimelit. Siiiiellie lepul'lie had
ii.-eii ilei-lai'cd in s.;. li, r,. U-, n
fort iiilerrin .Mevie.i. 'I iiat country
ha! I'lokeii treaties with the I'niti-il
fitcs, and In- protest,.,! against
auotLtr treaty lin. uiado only to he
f'rokcu. iiic vrovcrmeiit ,f "Me.is)
v na in a cotibttnt slate of revolution.
'u IL not madness to treat with su.-h
a txtul-jii; aua ucii .-i gu ei iinietit.
AsdreTS and iliZiren.
Prom tbe Nashville American.
l.a-1 eveninp, at the resideiiee of
Key. S. I. Chextnnt. it hrothcr-iti-law
of the bride, two of tho oldest ami most
resinjctauie Jonncbseo lamiltes were
untUsl in niarriap-. Tho tritleKrs.im
was (.'apt. J. If. Andrew, of Maury
ciiiiit ; the Druie, mish j jiinme .Me
l-lweti, one of the loveliest ami most
charioinir ladies of old Williamson
('apt. Andrews is one of the liest husi-
ness nictt in the State, and is jH i hajis
an widely known and as popular as my
man m lonuesseo. Jits tattler, .Mr,
lames Andrews, oi v oumioia, is ree-
ot;nied, far and wide, as tine of tl
solid men ol Maurv county. He came
from Ireland, and the first man ho
worked for after he lain led amis his
fellow cotinlrvman, Mr. Mike Kuriis,
of this city. The friendship Ik-Iw-ccii
these two frcntlcmcn and their fa mi
lies is of the strongest intimacy. Mr,
Andrews went from here to Franklin,
vvtiere lie worked in Hie saddlery es
tahlishment of ('apt. Tiorrin H. Wol
dridire, hut siiUstMiuently renioveil to
( 'oluml'ia, where hy honesty, prohily
and industry no lias won a proud jio
sllion jis one of tier leading citizens,
The honnie hride is related hy attin
ty or consatifruinity to most of the
oldest families in State. Her kinsfolk
enihrace tho Shutes, (roll's, Detnosses,
.ewsoms, lirownsanu many outers
.Mnon her relatives may ho men
tioned .ludjre A. Ij. Demoss, .Itul-je W
A. ( ,'lcnii, the late Judire IJohert M
Kinney, the late (iov. A. V. Jirown,
aud the lafetJen. v. P. ltakcll.
Alter the cereiiionv, the many
friends present were invited into a
room w hel'e all Ilie delicacies of tin
season were spread aud enjoyed.
Tile happy couple left last niirht for
'a ii.-i'l.t n i id I he 1',,-ist , to ! iihsenl oiu
month. On his return ("apt. Andrew
will enter into husiness with Messi
1 loli I in A. MctJrcjior, at Coluiiihia.
Anion; the iriiests pre.-ent al the nii-
I ta Is w ere Alike Hums, l-.so., Hept-i
senlative I ,;i vender, Sieaker Taliafel
ro. .i.-i a. i'. i iciiarnson, i oi. ,eo
Akeis. Maj. AlUrt A kefs. Col. John
AI. I'leniimr, of Know ilie, ex-Mayor
John I. Ih'own, of 'olmiil'ia, and
Mr. Alfred S. Horslev. editor and pro
prietor ofthe ('oluml'ia ll rohl tnil
Itlce per V
Cheese per r
Iloncy per !
Kkisihk per !t-
CuiTants per Iti
'andles per !!
KUuch per 16
Bran per cwt ,
Khorls per cwt
lleaus per It.
Hominy per It-
Chestnuts per bu
Kxlra tii ve
Tolet, per dozen
hbuviu?, per dosen,.
75-,r 1 2o
1 0f s2 W
r. . is1
II ,r I
I will sell to the highest and best, bidder,
at the late residence of Mart in I,, bitockard.
uru.uTOmiiTO, near jmi,. jaeasant, Maury
county. Tenu., on Katuiday, December 22,
1H77, all ot tiie personal property of said de
ceased, consist tnt; of two line trotting
mares, that have ta.-jn several premiums
they are very fine; tour work mules, ten or
iweive nue cows una calves, a lot of dry
cattle, about 70 head of shrep, a lot of stock
uops, 10 or vnree mi min d bushels of corn
two or inree Hundred buslielsof wheat, two
wagons, one sulky, one mover, and many
other articles ot personal property.. The
terms 01 sale are, tor nil sums under ?" cash:
for all sums over i a credit of 12 months,
wii u notes ana pmu personal security re
quired irom 1 lie purchasers. All persons
iiiutrui:,! lo toe est Hie 01 .Harun 1 . rifofKard
are notified to make payment immediately
10 roe, ana an persons having claims
against said estate will present them to me
duly authenticated, as required by law,
and in the time required by law or they
win ue oiu reii.
A1.V1.S WllJ IAMS Administor,
Pendente lite of estate ol M. 1,. btockard.
December 7, ls77.-aw.
For Rent and Sale.
I have for rent' for I7s a seJeudid farm
atsiut i"0 acres clenrnd land, lour mites from
t oliiinbla, on 1'ulaskl pike, price 81.-'ti. Al
so ior rent or sale a sniail bouse with four
rooms, within easy wal k 01 im'i!lu suudic
(olumbia. I'rice lor rent if.Vtnl. Also, a
farm o ;m acri-s lor s.-ile. t lu ce miles west of
lolumhir; l.j acres lifavy timbered.
l-rice per ncre, on I, L', ., 4 and ayeais
time, except l.mo. which must ho naid In
cash; deferred pigments to bear interest
o vein ber 2J, ,7. i). 1". fttOl'EB.
Titcoinb & Towlcr,
At the Old Stoiul, ( nirr South Main St.
unit FuOlic tejiturc,
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the edge
' of the ribs, increases on pressure ;
j sometimes the pain is in the left side ;
side ; sometimes trie pain is icu. uhuci
the shoulder-blade, and it frequently
extends to the top ofthe shoulder, and
is sometimes mistaken ior a rneuma
ti sm in the arm. The stomach is affect
ed with loss of appetite and sickness ;
the bowels in general .n'c costiyc,
sometimes alternative with lax ; the
head is troubled with pain, accompan
ied with a dull, heavy sensation in the
back part. There is generally a con
siderable loss of memory, accompan
ied with a painful sensation of having
leit undone someinmg w mm uuym cj
have been done. A slight, dry cough
is sometimes an attendant. O The pa
tient complains of weariness and de
bility ; he is easily startled, his feet are
cold or burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; Ins spir
its are low ; and although he is satis
fied that exercise would be beneficial
to him, yet he can scarcely summon
up fortitude enough to try it. In fact
he distrusts every remedy. Several c
the above symptoms attend the disease,
but caies have occurred where few ol
them existed, yet examination of the
body.after death, has shown the livkh
to have been extensively deranged.
''AGUE AND FEVER.
Dn. C Lane's Liveii Pills, in
cases op Agub and Feveii, when
taken with Quinine, are productive of
the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine. We would
advise all who are afflicted with this
disease to give them A fair trial.
For all Bilious derangements and as
asimple purgative they are unequaled.
f BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine Dr. C MVLanes
Liver Fills are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MLane's Liver Pills.
The genuine MV Lane's Liver Pills
bear the signatures of C. MLane.
and Fleming Bros, on the wrappers.
iy Insist on your druggist or store
keeper giving you the genuine Dr. C.
M Lane's Liver Pills, prepared
by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa. Q
0Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
Tothce wishing to give Dr.C.MCI.anf.'s Liven
l'lLLa er:l. we will mil jofI paid to rfr.y part of
th- United t'e.ore box cl rills fur twenty-five
wciiu. fLEMlXG BKOb.. Fiusburj;, l"a
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Published- -Postage Free.
FIFTY CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS,
An Extra I opy to Ev ery Club 01' Tun.
COLUM 111 A,
Carver & Horn's
HOG CHOLERA REMEDY.
Tliuothy ami HerdsUraisMpr.ton 15uO(32U0O
Flour niid Meal
6 tM(' 0
A certain, rffV-ctive atxl prompt cure, end
a sure preventive of the Kreml of the dlN
eae. I'rice SL'.mi a I'arkane, con tain In 12 suf
ficient to cure twenty hous. Have your lions
at a cont ol only t 11 cents a Ih-h.1.
A.J. tJ.AK A I O.,
sept7-ly. iiuiliville, Teuu.
ft re to
Java coffee per It...
1 juittayra per tt
K10 ier tl.
Rio roasted per E...
A. Coffee Rugar per Tt
C. Yellow Kngar per It....
Kriglit N.O. per tt
Cut loaf per If.
Crushed per H
l'owtlereit per If.
Granulated per th.
How sad that in our daily life we neglect
Romany things to our well belotc. The nun
of liiisineNs wit h an eye only to his credit in
Ilie iinauciul world, the lndlvlutiHl ot ele
gant le.siii e whoe only aim is to array I1I111-
self lt the best advantage, the young lady
wtio iuiy itMLeuimg lo spring s xiHrmoiiii',
leeiK not lite npproacu ot disease, in I ho leel-
ing nt languor whieh posseties her all alike
Mirrenaer kk easily 10 the Ru vauce-guara
of dlseitse, when, b a judicial investment
in foriaime, or laulers VegetaDlo llver
I'owuer, a long array 01 ins is put 10 rouu
Htiy l'ortaline, or 'iabler's Vegetable Liver
1'owder, aud rid yourself of disorders ailalnc
nuiu a lorpiu liver.
A Good Chance.
The liost chance ever otTered In Cotnmbla
tt an t-tiie) ti ising man with a capital of a
w litiiulied ooliarH, in now ollerctt ly
sii t ie A Co., who oiler their entire stock ol
Iry cioetls, UotK, Shoes, Cr;cerics, tueens-
wat'e, .vc, it;etiit.r wnn tiu-lr splemlta
Store House, situated right on the rsilroatl,
near the junction 01 Hie llromt and Harrow
(.iaitiie K ttlroutls, room lor four cars be
tween lions'! and raiiroad. Will sell or
rent. A No houses aud lots for sale or rent.
:ie 1'itir tine niaio, one fine cow, ooe el-
press single or tiouoie, two larui wagons,
uarncss, plow anu win meuer. noviy-jL
E. KL'HN. T. W. TL ltl'l.
We Lave in sUx k a li i -st-class iis-.jr(.-
JENNIE LIN I )S.
i : iC, ETC.
AJs-i Iannis from
12.00 to .lOO.OO
flurworltis first-class: the uriccR lower
than the same kind ol work can he loiight
north ol t'oliinthla. IvCll-N it TlltriN.
June yn-i i-ly.
Bool and Slioc .Maker.
South Kmbareo Street.
Columbia, : : Tonnessee.
I desire to say to my old customers anil
r.tliers. 1 h:it. t still in..L-u ..! wl,....
andthat no one else is mil horixed to sell
them. Any pel-son or juetehant, pretending
tits.-ll my 11(nIs or.shoes. is defratidii.if tlie
ii.i,.ie , 11,. ur laL.'lllllKH 1 t ISIMl.MHl.
Jiav l.v.-iy. t.K ri t.i KriMJA CII.
HIE NEW YORK
l'liMi-sliol t---ry l.iv in tin.- V:ir,
flOpajs lor one year, Sunday Included.
ays for one year, without Sundays.
ftft pays for six moot lis, Sundays Included.
pays for Blx mouths, without Snnilnys.
pays for one year tor any specified day
of tbe week.
1 pays for si x mouths for any specified day
of tbe week.
1 pays for one month, Sundays included.
1 per month incltuling Sunday s- will lie
cliarged on siibscrlptions for a less pe
riod than six months.
(2 50 for three months, without Suudaj s.
To Europe Includin-j Postage.
Weekly i Kuropean Kdltlon". I mi
Weekly , loinestle Lditioit ami
xi:vsij:a si rri.it:i,
Daily Edition ..Two and a half ct. per copy
Sunday Kdltlon. .. Four cents per copy.
Weekly Kd ition To centf er copy.
N. B. Not lta than copies mailed U
newsdealers at wholesale rates.
We allow no commissions uu subscrip
tions to laliy Ktntton.
Papers publishing tills prospectus without
being autnorizeii win not uecessariiy re
ceive an exchange.
Address, SEW Y iKK HKKA1.U,
Broadway and Ann (street, ISew ork
JOHN T.TL CK Kit.
W. F. TL CKKK. ,
J. T. 8c W. F. TUCKER,
linrder Will Out.
A few years ago "August Flower'' was dis
Wholesale aud Kelail
As the time approaches for the renewal of
subscript ions, T UK SI,'N would remind lis
friends and well wlshors every where, that it
is again a eanoniaie ior uieir consideration
and support. I'pon its record for the past
ten years it relies for a eonlinuance of the
hearty sympathy and generous co-operation
which have hitherto been extended to it
fiom every quarter of the L'uion.
The DAILY SL'N" is a four page-sheet of 28
columns, price by mall, post paid, i cents a
month, or SKjO per year.
The Sunday edition of the The Sun is nn
eight-page sheet of, columns. While giv
ing the news ot the tiay, it also contains a
large amount of lileraiy and miscellaneous
matter specially prepared for it. Tut-.St'.N-day
Si n has met with great success. I'ost
paid ?1-1J a year.
TIIK WEEKLY Sl'K.
H'ho docs not know tub Wff.kt.y Hun?
It ciiculates throughout the Cnitetl States,
thet anadas, and le.vond. Ninety tliousimd
laumieH greet, lis welcome pat;4 weekly.
anu regard it mine light ol gt'i'ie, counsel
lor, and friend. Ita news, eddorial, agircul
tural and litrary departments make 11 rs
senlially a Journal for the family und the
nreside. jerms: ti.M-. ixi lak a year,
tx.st uaid. ihis price, oualttv consitiered
makes it the cheapest newspaper published
For clubs of ten, with 10 cash, we will bend
an extra copy iree. Address,
'L liLISllEK 'F TH I-; SI. ,
iiov9-w. JSew York City,
CAN JSE HAD AT
WII HAVE A. JjAKGE btock
AND SILVER WATCHES,
GOLD AND PLATED JEWELRY,
untl Silver Plated ltre
"AIM! BJ-liS, 1JCI IT AMi CAKE BASKETS, LADIES' JEWEL
CASES, NAPKIN JtlNC'S, BUTTER (STANDS, Ac
Wltii-li we aio oHeriiiy clieaiter than Nashville iriw;.
jjut to In-niplfixold.
AVo are Outt-rmiuetl
tlffJ 4-3 w.
J. M. OKAY.
J. H. FALL.
AY, KIRMAH & GO,
CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE SOUTH
To wbith tiny invite the attention of the Trude.
-7?"' Agents for 15. F. Avery fc Sons' Oleltraletl Plows aul Fari)tini Tin
ikineiit. Full stock oh hitiul. Send for Circular. tlecli-77
t-i x jz-js oxixh.il. cxjxfcii:
For the Care of Fever and Ague and Malarial Fever of Every Kind.
( C'jjiitd from the At"-' Orleans J'rioc Cvrrcnf.)
"MafiiU's Chill Cure Is unouestionably one of ttie most marvelous remedies e ver offered
to the public, hs it is lieyond any question a poxitive and upeedy cure for all caseH of
i in id,, and I hvhK ol uo matter how many yearn standiux. ontainlnp neither o,uln.
ine, arsenic or other deleterious drUK.s, It can I iven with perfect im punity to children
huh is moreover a spieuuid ronic auu line Appet ier, anu can dc laiieu wnn Fpiendld le
suns in all cases r general nebiilty. 1 his remedy has never failed la perfecting a cure.
and needs hut a trial to convince the most skeptical."
Notk.- The Proprietor will pay One Hundred Ltollars for every drop ot his Chill Cure
lotiu.i to te composed t.l qumino, arsenic, or other deleterious ful8tance.
For sale by T. Ii. RAINS, Colombia, Tenu., and by other druggist generally.
XIETS"J:,Y jS. 3tAGILL.,
J" o)rictor and M'iniifacturir, 102 Fourth Aretive, lAtufuriUt; Ky,
as nis I mt w v
coveie.1 to bu a certain cure for Hyepepsta l.flTnTIll RR1 fiTI ITI Pm W H Tl TQ
1 11 V I i .-:ii. In li;t' 1 -u n i;imm
-I'i'tcli tliat w ;s ileli fi-cd n e-.M,..
I.-I.. t-tdol'i-il clllcll 111 111.' Ii;ilellir ft
t In- tieirru ( icei-ac liit-r. :tli;i- Frank
Met ,',., lev tile 'tlt' t if C .1 II II 1 1 i;t.
Iimiii.. !! tl.t. la-l Net-k. Said lie
'uiixii,! iiin'i- 1 1 1 1 1 1 tr . M.'ii.uiiitr on a
lr -;'ih. Ih.. l.t r-iii.' tlie iirisMiier: "I
n ish ccrv voiinir man in Ilie euiiit
t Ii w liitf .-1 1 1 lilat-k. asi.-io to-dav
t v line- tin-enmd aet-idt nt that i-jin-M-iuly
rf,n to JiaiH-it (,. hi-
.Mini; man. f imrn -.n'ro'if.
lie vrai tjI in f.tvor o!
ii-. T.io AnK.n.-tiu
, i i.l.i
. ' ' i
" ' i V-
i.t it Io.sl Kei'iirity
v-.iii iii'iH. tise to f
In )x'int tf It'itini:tfy, Sll'iird's
l.-inii v;t niititMtii:illv U-ttt-r tlian
Kellnirjr': in every oilier r")H--1. it
1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 V lieltef. JlKlire lx.lli-(
Mould ltae reprtv-ellted Hot merelv
tin- rirel state ot Louisiana, sitium
at ea"0, elotlietl Mil It tintive (Knver
:itd in her rnrm miit'l, hut lie re.re
seiittsHhe feforniatniy .sj.irit and t.-n-
li lieio of Ilie time. lie Would have
had a ttp for elvil-erviee i-eforitit un
der whatever Administration, and
eoiiirihutel larirt lv lo that reerve of
intellijji nt, j'tilriotic purjioe, vhith is
I titversriry to tbo welfare of the
country on one ido of the henato as
the other. Wbeo tliif man is keptout
ofhis seat fn favor of the mere muru-
my of a defunct and demotic; dynanty,
and l.ivt r Complaint, a tew thin l'yxpepliC'
made known to their blends bow ea liy
and ijiiickly lltey had been curetl by its u.se.
i he great menus oi t.i;h:i;.N s Al't.l'sr t iaiw
kii became heralded through the country
iy one stineier to auoiner, uiiut, without
adveitisinc, Its M.le has tiecouie Immense,
iriiKiiists iu Ltuct 1 WJ in the t ulled
slate are Helling it. No person satlerinu
wnn four nioniacn, hick ncauaciie, iron
tiveuess, I'ulpitatton of the Heart, Indlijes-
uoii, :ow spirits, etc., can lane three doso
uitiiotii re. it-1. tio to your 1 irusinists. Tit
comb iV Towler, and get a bottle To cent.sau
try it. .Nump.e bottle 10 cents. juueat-1
vviien you troto Nanh vlllo. If you want to
buy or looK lit a ui'-e set of croquet, a ve
locipede or a beautiful baby carriiuie. call
and examine the xplendld assortment of
1 1. . e inn, at -o. ,w and 11 rurmau a
old stand Public txiuare, Nashville, Just as
vmi 1:0 up iu u. jie sens uieui, us ne does
vveiyuiiuj; cise in skh-k, ai me lowewl ixm-
sll.ie rates. His stock of reading matter. In
o,ittt oiu auo new miccenaueous cooas. can
not he heat ."sout h ol the Ohio river. He al
so has In Mock a large collection of the fan
ciest note paper, in boxex aud out ol boxes,
luui ties iisai wouueriui low raua, anu all
he hsss is that you see bis slyb s aud get his
itrte.'s iM-toie I'tiyimz elsewhcic. We bad
hIuioi-I lottioin-u to make mention of the
splendid slock ol lutse bails antl babt he has
ou exposition, bin II any ot our iaiy want
anything be haa in this line, he is sure tu
suit them In any style aud at any price
they want. augi? um.
North-east Corner Public Square,
iottini'jnr, .- .- .- 1 til in i.i t
ULeal Est ate !
Healers in cottou niid nil kinds of m-odm-e.
jjioerai it i n i j ces mane on goods in store.
Hy vlrtneol a decree of tbe Honorable
Chancery Court at Columbia, Maury coun-
i.Vjienn., rendered at its ctoher term,
j ., in tue tase oi iviuutoro iinitn, Admin
istrator, etc., vs. .Mary A Wat.klns and otli-
ers, 1 will bell on Monday, the :ilst day ol
I'ecember, 1S77, at the court-house thior in
the town ot Columbia. Tenn., two tracts or
I arceisot land, situated in district o ilot
Maury county, Tenn. Tbe first contains
lour hundred acres, and adjoins the lands
ol J. Walker. John i,llelt, Mrs. IHcev
Hruee and others. Tbe second tract contains
attotit filty acres, and adjoins the lands ol
John I illett, lr. H. P, Jordan and others;
and a tract of land in Iewls county, adjoin-
1-Trv -vvi-s- - . t i,'t,t I lug tue iant oi .-vituuei ai. .rnen anu oth-
S.11J hl.UM, J'AiNS. LIU.. I ers. coutalnlnic two or three Uundretl acres.
j ne moa in juatirv m.i.'u- wui ue man sno-
Fancy Goods Emporium,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles,
For the convenience of producers and
Traders, we have eKtauiisheu
at the 1 eKt of ( olunibia.
ared lous to receive s.oc-K
tO VI L'lhU till H'UCk aiiti
weiui.L W wi, krti ourrect iiiieiitM oi
atl weig Ut lor fu-ur; Mltizuen. iilT-C'-rtiacau
s or ..11 stock niid uixk.uou wuia li
ed by , hold ot.r.selv. r. spo..siDte for tu,
erruis, mi v lil a. y to tlie bwinerB of Maury
te citizens f oiuxubia, aud adjolninn
lu-j KOI TH HTHEKT,
Bet. Maiket ami Jellt rson, Lot'inU. . Ku
W. It. limwn vs. M. II. Viillciitlne. ft al
11 H Winn ' lion, I lli.lHWI li e. I in thla
cause nun oeieiiouiii, v . II. I'.h ; lent i ne H
lion -ies:,ieti oi t !. ?sijii,. J , ni.es.s,, it. is
tlu-retoie ottler.il that heeuler his
smv herein, before or wtthlu Ilie lirsi tlir. e
Ject to the dower of Mrs. Mary A. W'atkins,
and will be di video into low to suit pur
chasers, and will be sold first Jn separate
psree s snd then as a wnoie,and tho sale
u liich brines thebtghest price will le tu
eepled. Said lands will be sold ugou a
credit of one and two years time, with inter
est, from day ot sale, and free from tho e.iil
t v of redemption, rnoieswtl li i-ood securi
ty required of lite purchaser or purchasers.
v. u. i lft.IL, t.
. A M.
liy v in ue of a writ of venditioni exponas
to me diricted front the Honorable ( ircuit
i 'onrt of .Maury county, Tennessee, in favor I
off. M. fctcplieuN, surviving partner, vs.!
James A. Cochran, I wiM sell lor cash to the
highest bidder, at the court-hou.se door in j
the town of Columbia, Tennessee, on Moll- I
day. the Msl tiay ol December, IsTT, all tbe
rljilil, title, claim and interest that said I
deleiidant lias in and to the following de- !
scribed tract aud parcel of land, situated !
in the State of Tennessee, Maury county, j
and lH.un.lt d on thi- east by the 1ho.1s of j
Samtiul 1 .HWrence formerly. lieglnuing at
auashin the east boundary line; thence)
south 1 1 poles to a stake ll the north Ijoun- ;
dary llneof James Survey; thenco eut 111'... :
oles lo a stake; thence north 4'c poles to a !
stake; thence east 12' j poles to a stake;!
thence north J poles to a s-t:ike; ttienee
east ;(5 k.1us to a dogwood: t hence north
i7 I'ol. s iu:i dogwood and lronwotKl; thence J
west '' poles to a stjt.e with au eltu pointer; i
thence south 1 1 poles; west poles; thence i
south t-j jles to a stake; theucu west 4i
poies to a stake; them e south fxiles to
lhe I -; i 1 1 ii i lir, iK-ing tlie sametract of land
eonveel by liavitl Met ord U Andrew iw
lug. C'.utMiiilng Is., a r.-s me.i-e or less, and
levied ii pou as the property ol said James
A. ocIiihii. to satisfy said order ol sale.
Sale iu legal hours.
WM. A. AI i: ANnr.it,
.Nov. j", 177. shernl -Maury County.
IJy irttie of to writs of venditioni ex
ptniiiN to me directed from tho Honorable
Circuit Court oi Maury county, Tennessee,
ill favor of 1 amhiV Hoyd, use of .Martin A
Kmbrv. s. W. W. eely,aud one in favor
ol Miii tin A Kmbry, I will seli for cash to
the highest bidder, at ttie courl-house in
tiiluinbia.oii Monday, the olst tiay of Ie
ceniber, 177, all the riht, title, claim aud
interest tliat saiti defendant has in and to
t he followiui: described tract of land, situa
ted in the State of Tennessee. Maury county,
I isli ict No. and bounded as follows: on
the north by the laud of Wni. M. Sullivan
and T. C. Notxrafs; west by Samuel M.
Neely; south by Samuel M. Iseely and
Frank Alexander; and it beiuu the land on
w.iicb he now resides, contaiuint: i"l acres.
Said Neel "s Interest in the same being au '
undivided interest, and levied upon as the
propel ty ol the said Wm. M. Neely, to tat
lsl'y said order ot sale. Sale In lawful hours.
wm. a. ai.kxami;k, -
Nov. SO, 1S77. Sherill' Maury County.
Hy virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas
to liie directed fiom the Honorable circuit
Court of Maury county. Tennessee. In favor i
of Lavenla Korcneval vs. John w. Thomp
son, I will sell for cash, to tho highest bid
der, at tbe court-house in Columbia, on
.Monday, lite aisi day ot iK-eemoer, in7, all
t he rinht. title, claim and interest that the
saitl Thompson hits in and to the following
described tract ot laud, siiuaieu in the state
ofTennessee, Maury couuty. District No.
and iMiunded as follows: Uu the north by
1,- vl Loudon; west by tlie original tract of
laiidot Juo. A. Thompson; containing IM
acres, lie tlie same more or less; and levied
upon as lhe property oi sam jodu A.
Thompson, lo satisfy said order ol sale.
Sale iu lawful hours.
WM. A. ALEXANDER.
Nov. ;, 1S77. bherill Maury Couuty.
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS !
We have just recei ve.l our seooiitl stock of
WINTER DRESS GOODS !
Whieh surpass anything
EVER OFFERED IN COLUMBIA !
Dress Goods for the Rich and Poor !
-O U U .S T O C K K-
BLACK AXD COLORED SILKS!
BLACK AND COLORED CASHMERES!
BL1CK AJYJ) COLORED EMPRESS !
MERWOS AND CREPE!
FRINGES AND GALLOON TO MATCH,
HAS NEVER BEEN MORE COMPLETE!
Beautiful Blue and Black Cashmere, 40 inches
Wide, at 65 cts. Per Yard !
Another lot of those imnular 25 cts. Toi'liii1, whieh are k llin
cho at 40etfl. Kiiiekerboker at 12 Kiel I S el-.
every w hero
Cloaks, CXaOilKiS, Cloaks.
ALL KINDS ! ALL PRICES !
A CLOAK FOR EVERYBODY!
AVe are reeeivine new Cloaks tlaily. AVe -tn lit ainl niif aiiylxsly . Istk
at our ?S ami 10 CJoakH; Hiltl els liere nt $12 jukI Sl". ImiVh-h lut have
eoniparetl priees in Cloaks, have eonsitk-retl mr htoek the haihlsorut si ami hy
far the eheaiet in the city, llaiul.-oine Cloaks al f l'.
Southern Trade Palace,
Nkw Xk I'm. a k No. ,ji( College Street Na-hville, Tenn.: N. Clifl
Street, New York ;iv.
lhe largo aud wel! itfleeutl Block of new
TO COM MXUCCli
Thursday, Dec- Ctli, 1877,
At 2 r. m. and 7 r. ?i. eaeli day.
Wo mo not Ke'Jlng out our stock to doe
out or.KiDewt we have too many goods aud
wniii. t uc money ror iiiein.
Ilon't boy your lirlHtmas Goods until
you can get tliem at auction prices. All i
goottx win be warranted as represented.
1IAR.E3 A CO., Auctioneers.
Geo. R. Calhoun. & Co.
W. R. Webb, A. M., J. M. W'cbb, A. M..
MORE GROCERIES !
LOW PI1IOKS !
1 CiLTl BE UNDERSOLD !
We liave now in stfren upleudid awurtmeul of
Staple and Fancy Gorceries,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Fresh Fish, Oysters and Game in Seaon 1
Aud -Hill iioj be umlei-HoM on Mitnio fritden and (jiLtlllits
I'J and House.
Goods ltoceived Daily! Stock Always Fresh!
Ill; It Y.S HC1IK1) AND !' L'S1 COKKKLH nre roaKLutl In mil own
liotiKe In Ice ivr week, and can be relld ou tt IhjIiik freili. We jiat-k
in tin buckol-, cmiib or I'anuiHlorH to null ii tiiieia, mr.K.
t tL'It XI. s aro n ne'jtialetl ill tjiiulily ami i !.. We will Uiiplical
New ork or any oilier irie B. I'ui lii itii liiitinir lialf toumlit or
poundK, will bo lurniMlied with a lauey c:inu Intel, leud lined ami
liatidsoinelv orniimeiittHl, i kkk.
ot.!. w i M.-t are old unu pure, ann cnnnol bo c iKilc-d Ior medical
purpoMes. (ii ve um a trial and be NatlHOed.
' We pay canti for Hacon. I'rtMlui-e. Butter and I'.t as. liootlh
delivered free la tlie city, ice furultilied l laiuUUsdL.iing tlie wawiu.
HAFPIU & RUSHT01T,
Next to Trade Palace, Public H jiiare,
T.'.NN l-'.SS I '. I.
Mauuv Co cm y, Tms.
ly virtue of an alias execution to me di
rected from the Honorable Circuit Court ot
.Maury comity, lennestiee, at tlie Nt-ptemlvr
leriu, lT7, iu the cause of J. 11. luy';e,r vs.
Jatnes 1". lialld, J. 11. lamb and ol hers.
will proceed to sell lor cash, to tlie liigticxt
niutier, hi t ne court-iiouMe U'Kir in Colum
bia, on iSaturday, tlie .V.h day of January,
i", t lie ioiio wing aeMTincti liaet, una par- '
eel of land, situated iu tlie stale of Tenues-
Bee, Maury county, Stti civil district, find'
bounded as toiiow. to-wit: tn tiie nonb ; The Spring' Term opens Jan. 3. 1878.
hv -low I'.ilinomWnii. KOul h liv It. -I . KkIom: e -w. vpiu w au. , au I u-
east by the IliMijje place, wort by tlie llode
plat-3, lieini; I lie haine land conveyed by
1 jinili A litjyd to the said James 1. liaird on
the 7th of Noveinlier, 177, and registered in
ISook A. Volnuie ;;, I'acoa 'i2-:, in the IU-kLm-
ter's tlilice of Maury county, Tenn., and
known an tbe Matilda I'.aird place, eoiitaln
ine !' acri s, lie I lie same more or less, and
levied upon as tlie property of said defend
ant, James 1'. liaird, to satisfy said execu
tion and costs. Sale In lawml hours.
W M. A. ALr XA NI I.K,
liec. (, 1877. Hiit-rill" Maury County.
Hoard, including furnislied rooms, fuel,
IlKUta and washing, with J ultlon anil Inci
dental l ee, 77.;i to M7..n, in advaui . i.er
session of twenty weeks. No KxntAh.
1 ts cou rues are adopted to meet tb a wm n t
of thone who wish to seek in a fir fit-class
U niversity tbe blKhest culture a country
affords, as well as those who wish to. t-iiu-r
immediately upon the practical duties of
life. Kugaueinent. should be mad, ax tbe
number of pupils is limited.
1j. c. uariand L.L.1 ., Cbaucellor of A'an
derbiltl uiverslly.sayf: "Tbe Academy of
the Mewtra. Webb baa no superior, withiu
my knowledge. In lUe Hontberu Suites."
W. W. Uoiuphreys. I'h.lX. 1eJnzic. I'm.
mm k mwn,
1-uy-(.;oois, jst.xrs, .iioi;s, hats, cLoniiNt.srAi-ij; and ja.v.
CV CHOCKltlfS, WJIKAT, ckn, MKAL, 1 l.OL H, UjV
COX, LA15J), SHiAK, COl 1 KK, SA I.'I ,
THE ONLY TREATMENT
leswiror ttreeii in vanderblit I ulversitv.
. ... .. ,-. , , , says: the young men who mine lo lite
Dll.W.i: O'll'KN, formerly of Ixmis- anderbilt I ni versit v fin... th. t ,
V?Jii?-?"TXfl V?;-. f-uii't, exhibit ;
ii. tu. v. ....... . . - ...... ...... uiiiiihik i urr Hnt. tin i I. -ppu au . . .. , . .
il, is peiinaneutiy located lu Memphis, deuts 1 have ever i..el with. .! i.. ...
lVnD.,KDd has taken rtjotns lit Gaston's j this Insi ltution or iu Wasblnnton ami I JL
Motel, where ne may oe consuiieo. , i ni veisity. where for several vears l .1..
rum the hundreds who have been cured : a.udeuts oreoarnl in tmnv nth., k,.'".
ol Cancer by bis treatment, we give a few f the I'nion."
Ami ever.Mliiti n-iinlly J:t j.( in a liivt-t ;is, I.oiim-. AI - sveirii-- on
kink'- Siaii'l.-irtl S.:il.-, f'OKN, HAY, IMM.'S, CAT'l'I.K, KlC,
iilnl iiiirimtt-e tht-ir priff-- lo jv it en ;ti ns tlin i-li ,ipi-.-t.
Jinietiini: All. rjeti-ttnl aii'l HaiiipiJiire pikt -,
nroniiiient names: Kev.ti. W. M itchell, of
Athens, Ala., who w cured In Srti-l;ev.
li. W. Arnold, M. A.
U.M.Mi.iH l.b. r.lu..r. 1,. f.n.uprln. I " " V" ""'."'J ? ' . . ' kllOW
ProfesHor tr Ijitin
r WVhI, that
anv lftt'-rs tf lniuirv atldreKsed to hi in: .1. I Ur Oil 111 u i wiaH iulli- un.l
It. TrotU-r, JT.ptct,Uiles county, Tennes- ! mend to public favor." y colu
see. curetl in lS7n: James Motlal. '1'rov. t tbion ! Mr i; I. itui.. !...... .. .
-i .7....t. t " . ' V.v-'V iiiei .weu I'rl
VUUI.J , jemirpw.r, I III '- iu . a, . w . I ttlHI III l-.ni Mil in V uiiiIai- . hi
Notice to Creditors.
I llMVM 111 lll!!'? 11 in a.fl.-&. I . .. ..
Ueaduuartei-b I , ' i; ' , , . , , "ueery 1 nomas James, .-aminisiraior, vs.
: ve WmA f , T.Akln, Administrator, el al.
la.rb-uks w.i. t .,r.i,m,irt ..i. :.,. . fi1" In this cause now pending in the (
IHH.1UCM s..ia b ! i.,u J. ... . .J..'- . I eerv t onrt t tlolximniA. Tenn.. It
it tlots not Iwomc the North or the .tuin.-s mu uaveiicii or produce i ,,
Kopnblitvin puty to joint to Butler h J"' 'J.J'V
m eh.-raet ristic repwntive of the Vr ...r sa.e. i.:.u -11. br reordeu on'.ui
j South. H.atliO IJepuhhcan Sniltor 1 Us.- a.i pi s- U-.l to evey u-a-ivr ou tbit
'' t-.rouprh , iiii.1 the eottrniro to prevent thl-i out- 'o -rsei, .iufn w .1 mi. g ou i.u.r. r
. I . , r . 1 .1 witsiiv li tlie . rcuil. ou tills market
t :is' -.-. ; -' 'Mm U ing f.tenel on the Suic ltlat we in k.- V-r !,.-i Maur cum.'
! if h .-.I ; i, louiniftlia and on th United fctatea t,-.f oiuu.o,h. u aujuiui. c.i..i.i,,s.o:1,
. tw. lve t fr six vearn wan the real and lamenta- ''"r '"'W; rcpo;uu u. u- ior r.
the extra session. u, wa.w,,,..u . t-r
I. . If. t.tm
anil il ior In a:ltx .xpaite. hi d l.iat a cpy
-.1 x -..i ,,.r HMir consc-U-
live weeks lo tbe C-o't... bia Herald m-d
Mall. (V:-77.) Ii 1UO rEll,C.4M.
RAINS' DRUG STORE.
Tho nnd.r'tct -rt nviaj r-niovetl i,;8
st.Mrk 01 Ii Ai.-u'c if s, . :c, to the new
li.il li.iiv, .ni.-.i eieoi.a on I;,.- roir ir nf the
i'.n.i , i,4L.sr-Med vv est Main 8;r.ei wlil be
.'i;-.iioh1I t.f his ..M irleudi nd
euvU'iii r- ttie i.w store.
Aov.8 itiT7.-vi. ?. 0. RAIN ft.
that all parlies haTinK claims against tbe
rrtate of Harris Jurats, dee'd, come for
ward and fl e their claims against said es-
ta.t with ibe Clerk and .MaMeroftbe Chan
cert (.virt, at Co timbli. no., uul au
thenticate on or before tbeCrvt Monday in
Kobrusry, 1S77, or tbe same will b" torevej
iHtnv-ti: and this ortler be published in tbe
Co'umblH Herald and Mail for thirty dav.
Nov. 23. 1K77. D. K. COurKIl, C. 4 St.
A -valuable farm of about four hundred
ardflfiy acres, situated lu Manry county,
Te.nesseo. For pellicular apt ly to
B. J, HARI.AN.
i OT. 15, 1577, tn?nioi(S TcEB.
natiie of prominent persons ettretl lu tbe
last year in Alabama: tiiiv. Uwi, H llous- i
ton.loiituoinery; ;nfit. H. L'. Ualdwii, Ja-i
ob lccee, II. I., liueu, j. .M. J noi.if.xoii, ;
t. lllount. J. M. hosier, t .-. llutue.
Mrs. Win. lieason, all of Mobile; Hun. Ijewi
M. Sloue. t aircllton, 1 lckeus county, A lu
lu. lit; ail t.l tbe iiliove cured of Cane.,,; also.
lr. s. 1. Ileindun was cnreil ol t ancer by
my treatuieul- he will lake pleasure lu uu- .
swerinirnny leit-rs of ln'juiry addressod :
bim at oluinbia, l euu.
I'i I ,! A cure guaranteed, uo matter
bow lona stautlini.
UP1LM HABIT Cured in tbirty days,
t liy virtue of a decree ol tbe Hi .11. f Tin iicurw
Court at Columbia, Tennessee, rendered at
t:.,i(.-n. . .li'l.vic'u . r'",'V"iuuiui, i
0fUtmeDt a - 1 Hfof vsnrTfeldretTl WM !
nfloB tours from 10a. m.. to K m. nnrt J; ,u "L" in-
TO THE CITIZENS OP COLUMBIA.
" t i till! l 'III. flit WIM r. ! tl (lav ttf IkAiiurTiiiAc W?t
.n, II,i, -.. mVkU. 7-mn. d-7i,u. . c'nty Tenn! on IbTwsteoTlck-n?"
The fii-m of Moycs, Uodson
Co.. a- d H sr., Issison A Co.. has
ls?ei. dlolv.d by muiual cuusent
P.niefi .iiueoi-o io siiai nrms, wi;i n.esse
iMiunded on the east br the Isrirtu ..f t.,... .'
T. K. Cn'onrlelil; on tiie nortb hy Ijuck K v -erand
tba lands of James T. M lirM-nit.i.t.
( hsr.T-.il ' on tne est and somh by Iuck River aH
AO' ,y,.,., , r. xm ,.. in.r.r--:," ' tuuilty
thereof io pa v comulalnsui'a o-..
nToVwVrd'ai, it,;' Uoc-onuu,' j l"0JV s
uoios lnin.e.HaielT :i?5--At;7Jr t..I !. 8f,fn oate of
irayiiiK(tnbhshHlan'.encyar reiKitory frriiv ccl m vour rJtv I
would ber Vaexl bj ,mpvly jou v.iih eo.d lh eoinit; hiU-r-wi'th eoaJ timt
I am Hurc- will f ,aVt, r'ttifacliri. It hw U-en Hilly te-iUsl in NaiviT
and piany other marJr.-, Hd ,1 s,ttisi:ui t:oii. All 1 ask li a lest
d?r, Sth WATKlZt- Trti-tr,1'11 Wn rnr K'ad- l frl
i ,Jr riiKjfit U rpublicnri.
'. J. uUIit A Co.