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Edited iiY W. A. Smith, Ph. D.
J " - - LV"!E. ""J. UL.Ul
TlicTruiti Tin bp.
lark vrsis the nlstht, and wildly howling.
The stormy wind beat Hi my dpoi;
Stretched hellei.son inv couch of pain,
I llsteued lo n.elr frightful roar,
When sudden oil was II, lit ar. und !
And ca.n.lv S'tcciilrn? lumm.iD the rtorm-
Clm os the whlr- dove thro' !h liquid air,
When not h nporln toe heaven appear,
I Mw the sister,, hand lu Inuid,
Glide to ni coi en. h'i 1 1 'round II staud,
la nil I heir grace of foim.
I kneir my sili r-t -a'l our live,
Are greater, 'lwr, nobler fur;
Vet my snui burns ns 11 meteor KtAr
To fjei I'm ui race divine;
And iho'ln exiled pnln I pine.
Yet I Io love my sisters nine.
I in delight, entranced lay gazing
At I lie bright band In beauty II! nr,
When Id! my I00S9 around me turning;
Rshold ! a truth more brightly burning;
Tho' lovel leM of units the uln,
Tlief'l'i was l(ivi!rrn!l!l
Tho hsio s ift 'round her brow.
Her eyes m I ilil. im ire lust rous fill,
Srtei ir sn stood, I ! form more tall
Sweeter, more grae. fn!, I h-in theui all,
Anil soiiieioing more divine.
"T.ll in"," I cried, "Culliopj-,
I.righ.. rpieri, of ll,i von above;
Who I llit-i goddess thai I ve.
Vtio ;;e;ns the essence, l.ve !
Mors fcauj lh:ui Cl-o seems ner brow
Till I) Inlne more high her fill';
More bnqht Ihan thine, Urania,
Willi ail thy marry hair;
Ami e'en toy te.-t Terpsichore,
Seem not so light in air to jilay."
Pwot irwthf glincc inv sister gave.
Yet ijU enly to lie vi'jw;
From Heaven," siio said; "we H have
To l.-t t uv k iovr her too;
Tin W in- f. )!,, our hls.i-r innxa,
Formed fro ii ili4 ;i:- -.il sno'.v.
E'er lo lh- Hulling e.irlli ;t f. 11,
Ami oairlita slain ho. oa.
Oir fn her ga ve, by turn -i, t cnc'i
lie, daughters, Ii t, I hi-.r lora to tg.ich;
Ho mingling e ery cl.-gaic",
Tim vim-wrapt pout ! entrance:
Dowo'Mr.l loihneitith b- li.ds hor gUne,
.Anil unions tils d irhug, 7j nnrrannrl
"Nil-' lo v3 sp.-ed o'pr mi iv a s".-.
O'er many h I md inr iovjs io nw,
All btrtis lo If , I!.,' I n.no lirtou
For in. iii.v mi a.i me muxes' qneen,
All bounce, isucu I now c latcmu,
Aa-1 lli'is i p'nco my ill iiieui !
'ro:n oil iiit uro.v Wito fwei',nw baamlng
Aui' on her younif-r xKler ImihI
1 nu wre il !i, hii.I Vh! nine look t
Tuen kiil: tv'i.ivr u r thy Inily queen.
Toy hop, my lov..-, Ihro' every xennn;
K:io men mue.erv nirl from hu
liJWi hut tho I; im to 1 emprrimo;"
Arou iJ hor tin! Ihe nuit-rs nlua
Knu-I, .i.ot rir.ij m cny nult, fair Tina!
Ami loy-il.y In lout :uT;.y
Tinflr hom i u iho r sit.:r piy.
flelpoiue.il Ire .v tr ,tn nci kMo
Tho ila-4er, loo h.-r cr.-l of ;:lil,
AnJ toiew il J:., in im, on it,.. n-wr;
TUi rnitml liHn.l:e,Soiij oiim.Kj,
CllUlj'J HHlt fi-ll .'
A horror o'er I io b-.uus cri3;it.
As from a sp I ;
1 woul i haw until alon l.
B'Jt iiimm Kitlerpo lurue.l
Aou wjvu.1 hur i:nl 1
Wmv in ve l the
Yel 1 ir I'.bove the wlltl stor:n'
ThlsM-iiul c im i Molily, "Wiqo nl Warn All
Jie tf lei-.i, the Mn-w-s' queaa, la Tvmptr-
. An Oswego woman advertis that
aim baa purchased a ahot-gun, nnd will
uhoot any man who give her husband
Dot-H the court underataud you to
tsay that you aw the editor intoxicat
ed? "Xot at oil, bir, only I've seen
liim In Bui-h a a a flurry o to at
tempt to cut out copy with the snuff
ert; that's nil."
A i oiumoia iroie!Hor, reiirovinsj a
youth for the exercise of his fistH, said
"We fight with our heads hern." The
youth reflected, and replied thnt luit
tinu wasu't considered fair at his last
-u i .i-.v '-i J
hur rao atnti
alately p njt-aut from ray
It :i':t no disTzce for n man to foil,
1 it lo l:iy llinre, itp.d 'nint, Iz.
The caimilifil puti hia enemy Into
iiis mouth, :;:).J it d x n nut kteul away
tiin I nil ins.
The New Voil; Lriil nutf vl lo"'-
oiis in Iht i i :i t; mid when her f)' i"
hrivriii, and lur lips aweet, the ellec?JfJ
fin; oii are j;rent tem
A Rivi-rhead justice
i warrant for thearrest
Tlie jK'iij.'e ui'
Tlie Hc.t-'i 1 1
f-uir lioiiir. is a
to him f r I)
v. cckf- i:i j.iil v.-
TIIK msrxo SI X.
Mr. J. AV. Helnn'ck, a rising .sou of
Maury County, delivered the follow
ing address to the Convention of (iood
Templars and United Friends of Tem
perance, mat wns nclu in uoiunioia
liADIRS AND (JF.NTl.KMnX AND
M EM HKRS OF Ti I H C )N r. N 1 lo.N :
When I was firht appri-Jed ol the
fnct that 1 was to addrciw tliw intelli
gent body to-day, I heBitatod and al
most trembled. I then consulted one
of my elder ami generous friends on
the subject; nh! said he, speak, before
the lawyer, doctors, editor, aiul di
vines of Columbia who are the Muifi
of Maury county, why they will do
vour you wirhfiut salt or ceremony;
hut 1 Knew that where llttl was ex
IocUhJ tlie htipriao Ls nmall and 1 de
termineil to put on a !auding-collar,
part my hair in tho middle, and chew
a little cardamon eed, break tho ice
and Hink or ewim. 1 would add my
isifiall m!to to tho cause wo are here
convened to-day to promote,ud 1 will
entitle my remarks, Our Aim.
Every enterprise of human life has for
it rjd some grand accomplishment.
Our churche have an aim, our laws
uud civil Institution! hav boiiio de
sign, our educational and ecelesit.ii-:il
m well nu benevolent and self-supporting
-Instil utions havw wome end
which they finally -xpcct to obtain
and for which they mriro with re
doubled viliganco at every xltacli
indeed the whole career of man is de
signed to benefit bin fellowman and
tuat individual or that enterprise
which has not tho improvement
and advancement of the iuterests of
society and state as its object, but sub
serves their interests to its or his sel
fish aggrandizement justly deserves
and does incur ihe frowns and con
tempt of au enlightened public senti
ment. Look iu whatsoever direction
you will and you see displayed in in
finite variety the multiform objects of
design, nature's vast magazine ot won
ders is stored with them, each acting
as a helpmate to others, every tlowei
tliat blooms has au office, every leaf
in the deuse foliage of the forest has a
function, every wind that stirs the
leaf, every dewdrop that bathes the
flower, every bee that gathers the nec
tar from the flower tcuc.i the Ineson
of dependence that no man livi th for
The towering mountains that left
their snow-crested crowns in the silent
skies until lost amid the dimness of
distance, rockribU'd with awning
chasm, and frowning precipices widen
overhang the fruitful ami luxuriant
valleys below have an otfice an im
jiortaut one, as geology shows, the
brook that meanders oer mds of golo
from the mountain lii rough the fiond
yalley to the more rapid liver to its
o'-efjl'itv the deep blue ocean, has an
- r . ! i .1
i Ii ve found that seating
xx in a public prpiaro for
more bitter punishment
T:T j-r'!ic.K'tiiig a hot
sling for her
!ii-iail.', "' Yp..iianti woman inno
cently F'i!Kii'?,lted liniment for whi.key
jind it enmo ve.'.v near slinging the old
in in into cterni.V.
A gr.iy-haii-ed ilnlnkird staggered
into a (en:i t.t.k e mc:t;ig in J'bil.i
.l. lpiiia,;.iul in a maud-in way tried to
in.'ike a -piv.-ii. Ti.o CiiaJanan UfiU
3cd him a "an awful e.YnmpI,''
r.nkin hint r-iand nj lx-fore tho poo
j.Ie lo In- prnved for, and exhorting
'ijn loln-n'civiif becoming auch 11
Cv t Jjundred sinturc to
cro inos fHitainel, m-
i re' i:.
t of the
f teniju'rance hav
.;nd', .".nd will land
The ! ll!r
bini'.ed iik'H" t''"i:
as many more.
Mr. John Kr.m.'T:', h 5 Uceps a ta
loonatl oo, AV .-t 1 urtli pi reef , re
ported a cm i in;; a o . : y o ver liiseounni
last nig'nl, in v h.eh he was tho dam
aged i:tity. Thri-e teamsters calhil
f, 'a drink, and insulted a party pres-
id. I vintiiei s resented the Insult and
, tr;ijrU' 'cue ensued, in which knivs
"wire drawn i1"1- fhairs liew around in
careh ss ni:innt''- Kuuners rc-eivod
si severe cut in the? I '. f.. nnd the
knife was raised for fl-jo-hel )lovr,
when his w ife an 1 sei v.iut i'ame o
his aid. No arrests w erj ma le. &'
t i)Kii Stn:
viwtl h.tt r poisoned our
(ip'.wTo ilit tujjiUfarffbrrHi-
. ;.i s'm vi lli.: mat., if yu tm Is-th
ends nv yim- t-idcr harrt-I iA. once, and
draw o'.U ov the bung lui-j lK.si,W;
yure eider aint a goin? tj hold .out
office ?j nor.'orni and the deep ocean
whether It jsjy jv! ill placid rest depict
ing tlie ccntjefif) hue of the heavens,
or rules its eresty waves jit mmplemng
furv, when agitated by the sio;m's
braih, Jia a design i!anncd by that
All wise Author w i.o presides iu majes
ty over the destiny of worlds, nations,
societies nnd individuals. A.'!' those
bright orbs that nightly adorn the
b!ue lawn of Heaven wheeling in tlieir
orliits in infinite space wili) exact pre
cision and unison, no jarring, nd fate
trains, no collision, but all's unity,
equipoise, and design, ftdly setting
forth the majestic power of ijjijj who
is Creator of created, Originator with
out origin, and who designed this vast
work of six days, for man, to whom he
ha given nttnbjltv?f liitie less digni
ty than angels.
We havcasseinhled to-day, and loi-,
what? ehave our haniier uiiiia led,
emblazoned with I. O. O.T. and the
throe chrlsrjan graces; l-'ailh, Hope,
and Charily, an I i.iy irri.iliic;), tell me
what is our aim? What iia cajh .f
y.-U togethtr to-day? Whom do we
propose o OemTu? And how i oiu
cause progress! i, 7?
Our Aii Li the elevation Of tho hu
man family, and the promotion uu'l
ihuildingof Ihe l'innlainiYf;a) iiillrs
socfcjy, Church and Niafe, and tlse
total ov.iiji f o of the Hydra Jntcm-
"'aurie, hJ'7J hti poisoneil our
. , '"ID!
' 1 1 . 1 f 1 1 1 m
er to take some steps for 'ds destrilc
fion, nnd for the restoration of ?',
whom lie has led captive; to friends,
family, aoeioty, nn.t cliureh, and we
have," to-day, to tako stejw and urge
the great wuve of Kefornialion on
ward. Then, brethren. Jet our deliber
ations Imj sincere and well-deaigned.
For we are the great fulcrum to lift
this jxniderous weight of sju and
wretchedness from human family; our
cause is bpeeding on in its progress,
gruud, glorious, and sublime. Our
Aim is t Jod-approved and Heaven
sent, nnd let tho name of its institu
tor go down to posteiity freighted
with all the honor that is attached to
WaxbiigtH'fc; for recti his
count! v li'om a foreign lis1, our 1
originator drives out a i-ative one; he
has instituted an order, which mui
even' condition of life, it sparkles
l . r - I 1
W illi ine leiioi niiii gianiiess 01 yoiuii;
it celebrates the strength and glory ol
manhood; it sympathies with "the
downtrodden and oppressed; Jt deliv
ers the captive; ami maks the vvoun-
deu lea,rt rejoice; It sreds a lialo of
glory aroii?' t'10 ilomcstic fireside,
and'exults in tin1 fi'mlom and tiuo
lilKTty of our eountiy; itgors with the
student 10 bis jnidniht study, with
the philosopher to his meditations,
and with the glance of iliu arono-
nier, as at inghtlad he penef rates tlie
blue abyss of space and discovers the
laws which regulate nnd harmonize
and hold In oquioise the remotest
oVb; it goes with the historian, as )ie
turns the time-woin pages of antiqiii-
I re" and establishes bis chronology;
socially, and morally. I saw the alarm
ing statement, the other day, that to
ovwy dollar spent iu the United States
for church and eduualioua! purposes,
there were eighteen spent for spirituous
liquors, anJl ask you what is the re
suit of the eighteen sjient for dram
drinking? It brings poverty, disgrace,
wretchedness, and idleness upon oui
people; causing broils, bloodshed, and
incendiarisms, besides an innumera
ble host of attendant evils; such ai
su .cities, crimes, and villainy of the
deepest dye. What is the result oi
the one dollar which is spent foi
church and education? You see it.
daily do you witness with pleasure the
influence of churches and schools.
You complain of taxes, high taxes.
If a foreign foe, says Seyman .Beech
were to demand of us half the amount
for tax which our government annu
ally expends for spirituous liquor, no
power could impede the tide of pub
i.c indignation which would over
whelm them. At the Battle of Water
loo, 12,0 to Knglish wtra dain, w hich
threw half of England into mourning,
says (iibljon, yet o0,000 of our citi
zens annually descend to a drunkard's
grave. Yet 110 public demonstration
of alarm or sorrow is manifest, audi
would that I could bring lefore this
intelligent audience to-day in one
panoramic view, the vast ruin that it
deep seated in our country. The tears
of widows and orphans, shed in con
sequence, of Intemperance, would roll
the tides of a river, their waitings ol
poverty and distress would swell the
earth with a vibration of pity; ttie
carcasses of drunken victims would
lie heaped iu mouldering ruins, till
bleached by a sun of shame," the
blasphemous denunciations and
hcavcn-calied vengeance would jar
like tlse thunders that shook the hills
of Ancient .Si rra and blacken the
heavens with a draiicry, like that ol
benighted Egypt. 'Ihe record ol
crimes perpetrated by it lielts the
earth. In the United rtatesthe 1 mast
ed land of liberty "Of every land the
pride, Beloved by heaven, o'er all the
world beside, W nere brighter suns dis
pense serener light, And milder moons
cinparadise the night," there is more
poverty, distress and crime than in
any other spot under tlie blue canopy
of heaven, tioggars are made here, and
w hy? because respectable people in
dulge men in its use and trair.c,
men are licensed to ileal out to fellow
men a drug that debilitates and ren
ders demoniacal his every power anil
faculty; a drug that stamps uihhi his
soul an eternal banished from the so
ciety of those who are to congregate
around the great White Throne.
They hold out every inducement to
win the youth of their country over to
their side. What is our dirty? to but
tle against the influence of such men
and early instruct children iu the
principles of Temperance, (showing the
horrors of inelriacy, Father's and
Mother's, to-day, have you done
11 hi. 1 it. poet as no smgs w mi nn m-
iiriHl mind .eweet melodies that
find eeho in a nation"'" heart. Jt is a
noble order and long may the Imnnw
of TcmperaiM' he floating in the
ixii-zes of Heaven, and the glad
chimc of TemjKTanee songs bo rung
from hilltop to hiiltop and the val
leys rejoice that the Hydra 1ms lecn
Iotniiiid the quagmire of his own
folly, and the shout go forth, We are
conquerors.. I am glad in my hvrt i
io-dv, thnt its preempts, and princi
ples iiT" fvuly'jmplanted in my heart,
and I fed that ffVv will bring for 1110
an abundant hary!. jiU future years.
Brother , would you ,t t-fiiH'wr it
n grand and glorious privilege to tke
that banner with all its motives mid
teachings nnd plant it iqion tlie high
est hilltop in Christendom? although
you incurred the displeasure of every
dram-seller and distiller f thja JJeav-en-blest
land of ours, and tell u the
earth its aim, its succor and its glori
ous mission? Do you not look for
ward to the day, when we shall ex
tend the band of feliewship to every
downtrodden and outcast a drunkard
through the length and breadth ofthis
land? they have souls immortal prin
ciples, which must shine as stars in
the firmament forcvernr.il ever, or lift
their wailsin the pits pen ition, where,
eternities gather to one pan. amii. sue
in one groan of Imundless v e.
Our Aim l o al.nme the
iiure.J of tin wtU llnnnciajy.
Have you shown yourloy,on whom
your brightest hopes are stayed, the
drunkard as he staggers along the
streets, buffet ted by crowds, mocked
by school-childn n, and avoided by
the truly respectable? Have you told
him that rum did it? Have you cur
ried him to his home of distress, mid
showed to him his wife and half
chid and uneducated children, and
told him rum did it? Have you ta
ken hint to your jails and alms-houses,
and shown him the miserable con
victs and told him that rum brought
them' there? Have you said to him as
a parent, come my lioy, we will join
those who are battering against such
misery. Come we will unite our in-tlueiie-e
to the destruction of the Hv
dra. I lielieveit is true to nature anil
j.ist, that that father w ho fails to do
ids duty in this rcsjRct see the son ol
his love hound in the envenomed
evils oftlijs Juthit, and bringing his
grey hair with sorrow to the "grave. '
And that lady, who fails to dis
charge her duty and docs not lend her
inlluciicc to this order, may see the
object of her love wallowing in the
most debased drunkenness. Our aim
is to give to these mothers sober hus
bands; these children, sober fathers;
these fathers, solier sons; anil these
young ladies, sober husbands. Is not
our aim praiseworthy one? Young
lady! sec the drunkard, as he reels
along the street, or falls in the ditch
where- kind hand reaches to help
him, and imagine yourself Jus com
panion for life. Ah! but you say 1
w ill never marry ji drunkard. Jiow
many times have you said the same?
The yoong men are drinking, and you
often hold to iheir Jips thf fatal wine.
Somebody must have them', and oh!
think of the horrors of a' drunkards
home, and f'y front it as you won Id
from the darkiuss of Jijrcbu, Y
hold iu your hand the key nf juan's
destiny, and unto you is" given the
diviiiist attributes, and you alone can
make this tartlia paradise or a hell;
no song is too sweet, no, rhyme loo
fender for woman in her exalted
splieic, it.Mlin.d i-hp '''f'-;l,)l'l (if Jiy
existence the flowers' oi" ctirlli' must
bloom by the sunshine of thy smiles,
or the dew of thy tears. Khow to the
youm; man, young lady, that tlrunk
eniifsv is htuiierablf in yourirht, and
spurn iroi!) ioir association those
who indulge t excess? 'Jeever ready
to tlispeiiNe H'itt? .f ' liarity, take the
cup t cool water given a ini s miiy
beverage to man, nnd bear il to the
thirsting and forsaken drunkard and
sh,,- Jo him that in his soul's welfare
you have tut fo'erest;. But some will
ay an: theresuot unit as uiiul ex
cess as is represented by these tem
tMsiatHsn enthusiasts. I ask you, pnr
c!i!s, whcr wfrtt J'on o? last night,
ruu.lnv idght, and" fsnturdity pjghi?
I to vou kilow tuat they were uot sur
rouiided by temptations? Our aim in
to throw a rou i ul them associations of
temperance to bind them with pledg
es of total alK-iiifnUCf to our order, and
in this country, the rtrst principle
ttiutrht a child is regard for his word,
and telf that au Amerlcnn youth
of the l'.ith .century would break his
stirred obligation when Im ln no
taste or fhirid ftr li.duor; no, never.
And I call upon t!j young men for
their association and influence; upon
your shoulder tMa bi-autiful lapd shall
soon rei-t, aiul into your trust the
raladium of American liberty wjll U'
dven; to your haml will lie consigned
thekeVsCfciJ.es' stores, ikiuks, ami
courts,' and by a".. !1,c eloquence thnt
drunkards have used in U.ving testi
mony, let hie admonish you to take
your" stand usni tlie til'Ul r'"'h of total
ivbstiiieiict , and ius the stoi'iny w:ivi
of life ln. ar your craft over the raging
sea of temptation, you may escape the
Sevlla and harybdis of intemicranco,
and moor safely upojii tlie shores of
eternal rest, w here no serpent coils
amid the flowers of Eden, to embitter
tin a oeta of the better E.y.-jum.
There is in every life a longing for
fellowship and unison of feeling, ami
no ii;sf itntion, no matter howsoever
wealthy, e.iu prosper without thb
fundamental and most (opimendatory
nrinciole: then, let s be in a hroihei
liood. Ji t's have a mutual interest and
welfare at hea, t. When you meet a
brother, let vonr greetings lie warm
and cordial: ask him, liow speeds the
temperance cHiwe? if he has been re
formed, give him a deep, fufl nnd
clift?i!! handshake, nnd show to liim
that you have desire to see him con
tinue' in his newly-formco resolutions,
jiot him know that he has friends
outside ff the circle of dram-drinkers
and sellers, throw the rays of cheerful
ness athwart his pathway, deal gently
w i!h his failiiigs,'and urge nin him
the One dj sin of temperance lodges,
and Yl'Juj h'tt he meet with you
tit every meeiio.
Brothers we have as our aim lie
reformation of the fallen, and the se
curity of the youth at heart, and we
shin. id spare no time, cost, or trouble.
Our ainr Is u, r, onw ard, increasing
in strength' anil mK'1;'",','1'' !t,l wt
have done much. Our pay-i, it'ord
substantiates the fact that we have re
united societies, re-established the
prm,'.j!fi3 f sobriety ami morality in
manv omiitipc. t h,v;e the hydra had
fid! sway, we have t.U7i-i from the
error of "his way many who wire hast
ening down the road Io endless
perdition; e have shed a halo of
I ice ari l fyapliness sirtiund many
firesides, and many fond itirenttf lov
ing daughters nnd d-votitl wjvus Ut
day, are rejoicing hi the sunshine, of
Yet much remains to le done,and we
are tlie instruments to change the
dcetipy of many, wljo, are yet In tljq
bleak and unguided road to destruc
tion. Tlie Bible is our platform, the
elevation of mankind is our design,
and Heaven is our aim. We propose
to be the pillars of the church, to go
down and bring men up from their
degradation, and make good citizens
f them for society, and good chris
tians for the church. I tell you that
1 nobler aim never called true nieu
ind women together. 1 began to ad
vocate its principles some three years
iince, and I am determined to fight
the seven-headed hydra until he is
. ost amid the quagmires of his folly,
ml should J lie blest with length of
lays, as has my good friend, nnd I re
fer to his name with enthusiasm,
Messer Vestal the grand old war-horse
of tern iterance. I would be proud to
say of myself as he, I have fought
king alcohol lortv years; although, at
tiflies, the cause left him, and nil the
laud-marks were almost obliterated,
yet ho stotsl the sentinel upon the
walls of ly thins, and w hen the bright
lieams of temperance again ilium
mated the distant horizon, he, true lo
his office, announced its coming.
I hough my voice is leehle, and can
reach but few, I w ill ever advoevte
temperance, and when the summons
comes from the Oram! Worthy Chief
on High for hie to join the iiinumera
ble host of my brethren there, though
no warriors chaplet ever encircled my
brow, tin, ugh 110 viol of fame may
ever herald inv name, though no
proud robe of honor may ever ascrilie
my dignity; let me rest in the old
church yard, and if a stone marks my
last resting-place, let my only epitaph
be, a oood iempiar.
JaS. V. BFIOOJCH. MartiinUt.
THUS. J. WALKER, Traveling Agent.
We rPHpoot fully Invito the r.ttentlon of
rue cltlz. 11s of t oli.iiib!:!, Mnury ami nd
joinhi; rnn titles thst w r have epelied a
SjewliiK Mai-hlne Repair Shop. Weeautake
any oid liiHeiilue, put in new p-jit, where
neeeK:-ry, ul. ttie iiitest Im provenient, ami
make it as Kood mm new. t( the ileilrlit art)
sailH'nciloa of owners, and at a very mnall
J. V. llrooks Iiks had fifteen years experi
ence In the manufacturing autl repair I in?
01 an Kiniis 01 hniriDg Aiucuintx, ana will
Kive "H.Usfaciiou or no cnare made.
Giiiia, 1'iMols and JV'tiks repaired. Keys
titled, nnd all kinds of liaht machinery re
call rd with nealctKS and iJito;cu, and
We keep Mneh'ne Need'es, OH and At-
tarhme-its. Give us a ca'l.
Correhpoijdence with the country solicit
ed. Anon ts for the Litest Improved Wheeler
and Wilson Machines. ,
S" Ollice Fleiniin? Elra-k, Dr. JSheppard's
oiu Ktaiio, oppi.Kite rnt l'rushyieiian
Chiiirii. nanleii Street, Columbia, Tenn.
Fancy Goods Emporium,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles,
KID GLOVES, FANS, ETC.
m FOUTH STUEKT,
Bet. Market and Jefferson, ioiwri'V, Ky
RAINS' DRUG STORE.
The nnders'cnefl Lavlnp removed bis
Khu-k ot Druas, AledicuieH, ete., to the new
huildiiix lately erected on ttie con. er of the
Public Square and W est Wain Street, will be
Krauueo 10 k e a:i ! him OKI (ueuds and
eii-'toiii, rs ri the new siore.
Nov. lh77.-tf. T.B.RAINS.
THE ONLY TREATMENT
IMl. W.C ('(ll'PK.N, formerly of 1.01ns-viJl-,
Ky., who iasi. e.-lebialed for the tret
ment of imm cr, J'i m:ii tiplinii lll-
n, is permaneiiuy loc!il'-d in .Ueinbl.is.
Tenn., ami has taken rooms at Gaston's
Hotel, where he limy he consulted.
From the hundieu.s who have been cured
ol Cnnci r by his treat nient. we pive a lew
pioiiiineni name-: Rev.G. W. Mitche'l, o!
Athens, Ala , who was cured In istiy Rev.
MilC'ieii will take pleaMire in answering
any let'ers of Inquiry addressed to him; J.
R. Troiter, t'rtvpi ct, (iil.-s counly, T. nues
see, cureil in IS70; James Mortal, 'I roy, Obion
count y, Tennest.ee, cured in ISti. A few
unioesol proiiiineiit peiMins cured in the
last y ar in Alabama: iov. lie... S Hons
Uid, Montgomery; l ap!. H. I". Ilalilvpi,
ciih Mrci't, i. K Huyce, J. M. ThonipKoii,
II. G. Riount, I. M. Fosn r, l S. llimee,
.Mis. w in. lieasou. all of Jjo'ul. ; Hon. lj.-wis
M. Sione, t'urr liton, I'ickeiiM enmity, Ahf
bHiu ; all ol tne alo e cured if tanc 1; also
1 t. S. 1 . Herndoii was cured ol Cmnvr by
my t real meul lie will lakti pleiiMire in au
s.vcr.iic any It tlns ol inquiry addieshed
him at t'oiambi;!, Tenn.
i'il.Ksj V rum yuurauted. no matter
how ioiik staniUi!.
OPIUM H Abl'l Cured iu thirty days.
Send for Dr. Cl i; 1 iK.N'S Cancer Journal,
living mo'(; of tie..tineut and large list ol
Olilce tours from io a. m., to 12 m.. and 3
'o h p. ni.
HS- Arftlrrts nil Irttrrx to Tr. IC. C. CoH'Irn,
Gallon's J 7t7, .Unit jlil, Tenn. UecThu.
For Roat ifnd Scilt;,
I ha ve for rent for 1H,'8 a splendid frm.
ft1 mil tin) aciei cleareo land, lour in lsfrom
l olnmbia, on 1'uIhkUI pike, price Sl.;"l. Al
so for reii I or Mile a Muall lion-e with four
rooms, wilblu e;ny v alk of public square,
f...!iO'ht I'tice for lent Srir."lfi. Also, a
tan 01 JIM tifres n( nie, io.-. e ,ji;.s ei;t of
l oiumiiTi; -I, ner, iiacy tniibeled
Price Sii per ncre, on 1, 2, :!, and '5 years
lime, except gi.uuu, wuicu iiium ins paid In
can; oeietrea payuieuui to Dear interest
1mm ilaiu, . '
'vveojber 2-t, 77. jt. tt. coOfEB.
S El TEJSIB 72 Ii THE 3, 1S7.
Circulars tatlnir course of study, and oth
er larileula is, will be sent on application
to ic.v. GKO. BKl.'lv fi'T, R-j' tor,
iilvl3-lv. Colun-.bl i. Tenn.
Glad Tidings to the Afiicted !
A Liniment nnlversnl'y acknowledged ns
tbe most renowned quick cure ver biought
Ix-fore Ihe public in ihe Niueteceutti Cen
tury, for the perfe-ci cure of both
MAN AND BEAST!
This popular and great beating remedy so
long nee.1 by ssll', ling humanity, is giving
uaboiiiuicd prools of us iner t s by a.) hav
ing tested lis umiva.d ) nweis, umi by
TUOUSAMW, In all cases ciaimloi; it the
most poueriul leinedy and quick reliever
DIAMOND OIL POSSESSES
The B'Ht Concentrated Ilea'ipc Propert'es,
(Quickest Scientific Arts for Pain Relief,
.nuKt Combined Medicated Neiresllle-, as a
Liniment for MAN AM) BKAST, ever in
troduoid for public benefit. Tnose snflering
who will use iblKLiniiueutln tune will be
couvinced that it is a suro euro lor Rheu
matism, ISeutalz'.a, Bruises, Sprains,
Swellings, minis. Cuts, Filons, Tumors,
Plies, Injured Limbs, Scalds. Gout, D:p
tneria,so:e Throat, Toothache, Headache,
Insect Biles, Fits, Colic, Tipe-Worm, etc,
tor the human race. AND ISA POSHIVK
URK lor Sweeny, Kiiiiibones, Sirains, Cal
lous, Sit. ius. Colic, Bol'.s, Windfall, l'o:l
Kvlls, Catile and Hneep coinpialms, auil all
ceiierul diseases iii slock, uu.l many oilier
atl'iidons of both Mau aud Beast.
DIAMOND OIL ls fo' sale by T. B. Rains,
Druggist, Columbia, I enu , being well it
comnieiided by all D; Ui-'gisis, Pi siciauc,
and every one wLol.us used It. i iu
cents per boltie. Prepared by J:.. FA
GAN Jt CO., Piiiladelphia. W. ni;e:
ludianapolis, ind. Branch O
JOHN T.TUCKER. W. F. TUCKER,
J. T. & W. F. TUCKER,
Vholesale nnd Retail
C3rx o o ers
North-east Corner Public Square,
Columbia, : : : Tcnncxxcc.
Dealers In cotton and all kinds ofprmluce.
Liberal advances made on goods iu store.
REAL ESTATE BROKER, INSURANCK,
and General AKeni., Loans Negotiated,
No 75 Chinch st reet, Maxwell House, Nash
ville, Teun. - Gives personal attention
lo all business ei trusted to hiin. Will
cheerfully answer all Inquiries in regard to
this section or Tennessee, 1U soil, climate,
heallh, advantages, etc. aug!7-ly
JO FURTHER EXCUSE FOR
with those who prefer Us being the former
color, r . w. Greicnnalge's, Nashville, Tenn
does not gum tco hair; dispenses with th
necessity icr cnampooing ny Keeping tbe
hair and scalp nico and clean, which will
save you more money than tbe Restorative
costs you; is an exquisite dressing; nioely
perfumeo; speedi! resteires gray Lair toils
loi mer eoor; clean-es Ihe Ilea l of all dan-
drun, iicliing, humor, etc.; promotes grow lb
oflhe huir; prevents its failing orT, and reu
ders it sou, ir lossy uud n. ore beautiful than
ever. Hold a'. Ihe very reasonable price of
59 Cents Per Bottle.
The bodies hold as nincti as the dollar bot
tles o! other kiniis. and the quality ls gusr
auteed equal lu a.l respects to any in use,
as Homing oui s;rici;y nrst-cciss articles en
ter lis eonicositiou. Give it a trial, and if It
tails to satisiy you, be sure lo return It and
get your lnoucy. Diug Store, north-west
corner pub ic square. Liberal discount to
oeniers. l-or bale lu CoJumbla by T. B.
s,'S ,-- - i
Established in 1835.
Coniiiicrcial Institmions !
The Oldest in America.
No: l.r North Summer St., Nashville, Tenn.;
isu. i.in.t inauwy, iew iorK:
No. 2U Cuual Sf. N. O.
Open all the year.
J. W. DOLBEAR,
Author of "Do'hoar's Science of Penman,
ship," No. 15 North Summer St.,
HooK-Icwplfitr, in all its varieties, prsp.
I lenity and thoroughly taught, without ex
panse to pupil for use-less Ikio.ik, but will.
I ree access to nil the b-st authors on Ihe
subject, without deceptive show or waste of
tune on that which Is utterly uneless. Ihe
pupil is, ina few months, put throueh a
course of practice far greater iu variety and
extent than occurs in any business house
In live years. Lach business house Is con
died to a repetition of the small variety of
irausaeiious in mat particular nouse, ana
fo one form ol keening books, while teach
ing should include all v&netie- and forms.
The learning of book-keeping is an excel
lent exeiclso of the mind aud constant
piactice iu Spelling, Writing nnd Arithme
tic. and for Hies) reasons ought to be taught
at an early age.
Wi ii ins, tbe Dolbears hnve, by thirty
years ex porience, reduced to the certainty of
science ana iney nave invented
asyslt mol hand J? training whic'
removes most ii-Tici'ainped con
dition of the pft 4V I hand, and
imtLts micf.') .TfJ ! tu in o au
who lollow i s iiisiructious. I'ersons from
six to sixty years of age can, In u shoi I, learn
to write il h ease aud elegance, however
cramp und slifr tho writing may be at first.
I'!ioirot: raj'!-.y is easily learned, and re
pot ting is er pioliiabie, aud the most lm
i.r.iving business a young man can be lu.
Some ladies are now receiving ten dollars
per day as leporlcrs.
Business AVriti'ia.. S.M
Usuii time twe:ity lessons of one hour
each, hut. tlie lessons uot limited. Noex-
lr:i lor (ei.s, !). UK, paper, etc.
li..ok-kee iug, single 'ut.y... , JJO
Fiiil pourse single aud double entry ?"0
iius lnciuoes noons ami na'.ionerv. ."o
extras. l"ual time oue lo three luonlhs.
l'houof lapny f 20
I'upi's pay for ! lie hisiks used in Mi is art.
Loa:d ami jo-iguig from i'i to 81 per week,
Ii: itiiH II
M. iltlllssack et al., vs. Harrison North
ana wo, ei 41.
Till HSL'A NT io a decree of' the Worshln
JL ful Cniin'y Court of Mnury countj , T.-n-
iies-et . nfereil in me ijeeeuiier term, is.
in tht ubt.v Btyle-d cau .e, 1 will sell to the
hlnhest r. n.l o St t,ilier, on Monday, 21st
dy of January, 17", vt the c. nrt-l ise
noi.r In the tuwu 01 Co.unibia, Maury cuua-
tv, lenu.. ine iwo lmcisoi isnu meniiouea
in lheileadini;s. Trai t No. 1. situated in
civil district No.7ot Maury counly, Tennes
see, ann tjonnaeu as ioiiows, u-wit: on the
north by Ihe lands of James Overtreet:
ewl b? ;; lands ol Dr. Nathan Perry, T. J.
ReaandW: fr. fiScjOswack; south by the
lands of T. J. Ilea, Jamns Puyne; ypst by the
lands of said Payne. Mrs. I.lsenbV and W
M. McKissack, conialning one hundred aud
flfty-f r pores, be tne same more or less.
Tract No". 2 is simc'"'! In civil district No.
, of G1U county, lcflp , apd iy bounded
on the north by the lands of John 'Farls;
east by tho lnds of T. .1. and S T. Perry;
south by the tanas of Ecrrpn 1 Isom; west hy
fhe (anijof James Sueed,'conuinia sixty
two ep lys tie same niore or les-, 'Said
lands will be old li4 i'o or mere tracts and
as a wnole, and tiie saie win bj IWHle to the
highest aud best bidder; on a credit of one
and two years, with interest from day of
6Kle, exotpt the Piitn oftwo hundred dol
lars In casU to J'ay sl and attorney's fees.
Notes witii appiovcd persoual security will
be required of tlie purchaser or purchasers,
an4 a lien retained to secure ihe payment
ol the puiuhae money.
A CERTAIN CURE FOR
A large unmoor of testimonial nnnlil lie
furnished, but i M-lecl onlv one. b. c iuse
an ine reaiiei-s ot t.:.i, paper know lion. I
ls from lr. L. K. Goodielt. an ex ive-ienced
orutcist nna a man of I lie hlely si integrity ,
" . - . . .
i aii y l l.l.K, l ., rOV IS, 1N17.
R"r. Mr. Mch'lr.-e
Ir. Blake, of the Cumberland Prele te.
rum r-iio.isiiiug nous.-, isasiiviile. tavo me
a oou:e oi joui tj Ot CA ItUL I." As
1 Have in en lu the drug bn)iies.s iu this
cuy lor a niitnner ot years, I eeew tf severT
ai i no c VUO. were trent S'HleTtrs 1U uorise-
quence orinensieu ri disturbance's, and one
in particular, wnose sufferings were so gieiit
l uei ;-inoiii,uiy peniKis,;- iivat srie trequnt-
ly imu kphmiu. ieninai 11119 would
t'olo Agent for tho
liason & Hamlin,
O 2?L & J. 1ST ,
fill n't Music tnd Smail Musical (Vofxb.
Orders Promptly Filled-
I will Onn.rant.ee to aell tt, Pettor In
utruKtciit for Less Money lfaa.li "
any house in the South.
RtJOMS ONE HOLLAR PER DAY. ALL
the delicacies of the season always on hand.
7S Church Street, Nashville, Ten u.
Oct. 19-2m. A. HEMPHILL.
Dr. P. A. BADGER,
Odd-Fellow's Temple, Church St.,
104 Cliureh Street,
NASBTVTLLE, : : TENN.
Dr. L. T. GUNN,
3D B T I S T,
No. J 13 CHURCH sxiuiirr,
(Near McKendree Church,)
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
G. CASTELLO ,
Dealer In Foreign and Domestic
Fruits and Confectioneries,
7 y. Cherry St., opposite Maxwell lltiuie.
And 36 Union Street,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
J. M. GRAY.
J. II. FALIj.
GRAY, luBIllAII k CO.,
CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE SOUTH,
To which they invite the nttention et' tlie Trade.
C-iT Agents fur 11. I-'. Avery A. Sons' V hrntol l'lows nnil 1
lileiiients. J-'ull stin k oh hntnl. Send for Cireiilnr.
Jno. J. McGavock,
And WfiofrKolc J)calrr in
13. EC. STIEF,
Silver Lever Watches,
JSWSLH7, WllUkll CLCC2S, ETC.,
No. 5 Union St., Near Market,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
Krery article sold ls warranted as repre
sented. AU Watch woik guarantenl for
one year. aug. 17-Hai. .
H. V. BASSETT,
A XI) It'll- C 'HE A M SA L O OX,
NO. 40 UNION STREET,
: : Tennessee.
Mrs. S. J. Little,
No. 27 North Summer Street,
XASJI VILLE, : : TEXX.
Board pi per week: Sj oeuls
per dav and
W. I. Edwards,
Gives hls'exclustve nttention to the diseases
oi the Eye, Ear aud Nose. Olll.v Battle
nouse, up stairs. augI7 ly
J. R. BUIST, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
NASHVILLE, 1 K.V.N.
Office Odd-Fellows Temrle. Church and
High Streets. Residence 12 Chu'ch St.
IMPEOVED PARK MACHINERY,
ITielcl Seeds, JT'ertilier,
N(M. fiaud (A South .Market .Street,
1 lie largest nnd inml eonijilete stock of Agrii-uKum Iinnleiucnti ami Kurm
Macliinery to be fmunl in the South or West.
The largest stock of the most carefully noleeteil Field Seeds of every kind, at
lowest jiriccM for eash alone.
Full stock of Pure Fertilizers constantly on hnnd, nt low iriee.
Consiminients for Seisls and Country I'roduce solicited. Splendid facilities
for Storage, and charges very reasonalile.
t.ive us a trial In-fore you uireh.W elsewhere. Sati.-faetion guaranteed. .
CorresiKindence nolieiteil. ov. lo-77-ni.
W. i:. McFAIlLANI).
WM. II. DA Hit
W. BnlcP'arland & Co.,
-MANL FAtTUP.Ens AND I'EALK'H.S IN
Doors, Saslii Slixicijs,
MOULDINGS AND SB INGLES.
ALL KINDS OF DRESSED LUMBER
Oilice and Pinning Mill No. 84 North College
N ash vi i.i.i: Ti::
ind 1 ".'1 North Cherry Streets
MRS. E. PLUMMES,
No. 32 North Summer Street,'
ASIIVILLE, : : TEXX
Jas. ii. FiTlcCIuj.e
Union bel yi'isen tliinimer t Cherry Sis.,
NASHVILLE, - .
goon igsi, auu 4 gave the meilipinn to per. .
... .. u .1 . .. n i.jr y.u,nuu neniire-
ly relieved her. It W certainly a wonderful
remedy, aud I trust that tho day will soon
come when all the women who suffer thud
win nave access to your medicine.
Yours very truly, E. E GOODLETT.
" '' Wythe Depot, Tenn.
For sale by all DruggtS'd.
Price One Dpllar
A. TYLER & CO.,
And dealers ln
Foreign and Deniestie Liquors,
15, 17 & 19 N. Market St
XA3HVILLE, I j
Hotel and Restaurant!
(Newly KefiUr,cl l,u Flrst-Ciass Sty.'c.)
Open day tind nlirhf. at N:nhvli:e and
Challainsiga and St. i.mls It itlioad Depot,
Nashville, Tenn, lijce nn hand a ;u: I mi p
rly of Frehh Oysters, Passeni:iis will bo
Called day or night in time for the depart
ure of nil tralus. Meals reaiiv upon arrlvol
of every train. Tne Par ls furnish, d wl'h
the finest Wlnf h, Lienors ami cigars. I'i
1 tie clerks and servsu s are lu aiiendance
at all hours, Lalles' private dining room
Just handsomely refitted.
oetA-Cui. ROHERT EVES Prop'r.
No. 70 Snith College Street,
T.rass Foniul. is and Machine Workf, Steinn Idnriocs, Miilcr- nnd Mill Ma
chinery, ri-uglit Iron Pipe, f.loU, Angle mid CI k Vnl ve, ( ,'as, Stenm
nnd aler Cock-, Fillin- Klc, Steinn .!. ( pninj. ami l.itlli-Oiant Injeetor
torsiijiiily lViili-rs, Coniractorx lor Steinn Heating A.miitns ft.r Hotels', Fne
toncs, Klc. I lave always on hand a large lot of second hand inaehhirrv, mid
iii ;o'ii tM'K'i,
OUE FINE SUITS
IUSINESS AND DRESS!
All Df.rw.rtK tndehtetl l.o the estntA rtf W
M. Irwin, will please coino forward and set
tle by the Isi oi January, 187S. Ail notes in
iny hands will be put out lor collection by
ine imu oi jannarv. is.
FANNIE A. I R-vVf V,
Dec. 2I-2w. Administratrix,
The co-pnrtiiprt:ilp heretofore existing
1hI wwn Tucker v S,doeny has this day
con d'ssol vi'd bymii'ual consent, Geo. 1
S'dlrrv leliriiii?. The business will be
carried on by James M. Tucker, and all per
sons indebted to Ihe firm are reouesled to
come forward and se'tle at, once and save
costs. J AS. M. TI T "u Kit.
Dee, II, im.-U. U ( (. SEDLERRY
Notice to Creditors.
Thomas James. Administrator, vs. James
T. Akin, Administrator, el ai.
In this cause now pending In tho Chan
eery Court "t Columbia, Tenn., it is ordered
t'lia't all i"rlies having claims against Ihe
rtaia of Harnrf Juvies, dee'd, come for-
wuril and fl!e Ihelrclanns kjai:;st said es
tate with llie Clerk nd .Masr, r of Ihe ilian-
cv!'oiiit, nt Co ui.ibta. 1 nu., riuiv au
ti,.',i I.-..' en or tiefi.re the tr-i Monday in
February, iiwi, of i! ;-."rime 'will be forever
i,.r...'-mi.l in s ..r --i e poli!ifl in the
Columbia ribald, and Mali i.-rnii iv days.
Nov. 'IS, 1S77. 1. a, i - a irr.ft, j. i.
J. W. VlUierspoi yff - et al., vs.
lorn w. fione ei m.
It appearing from altldavlt' OW In this
cause that the defendants, Albert C.San
ders, Harrv W. Sanoers and Francis G.
Sanae.s are resident of ' he sta'e of Tex
and nnn-V' sl.'enti; of Ihe st.te of Ti,nttrscr:
It Is thereiore ordered f ' si ll-.ey enter their
appenrsroe herein tviv.re or vriinln the
next thre days of th- next tenn of tne
Chancery Court, to be held at Columbia, on
the Cr-t 'Monday in April next. 1S77, end
plead. answer or den.ur li ooir-plalnant's
nil', or Ihoisa-oie i ill be tnk.-n for e-onl'eased
as to them, and s-t tor he-iing epnrle,and
that a copv of thiHoid-r wi.l be published
fot four consecutive weeks lu the Herald
Den, 21, iter. r, n. coorEU, c, a r,
McEwen, Executor, etc., vs. Surah
, Myers and others,
ji virtue ot u. decree o tne Honornb'e
if Cliancery toon nt loluin till. Tenn
rendered at tbe October term. 1S77. In the
above siylelcau8e, I will, on the 4ih day cf
rcuiimo.ip.i, nv iutj ctniri..uouse cjoor m
tne I'.wn ot Columbia. 1 enu.. oroeeed to
oner tor sale to t lie highest and b. st (bidder,
tne iuhhwiiik iiHMTiura unci oi lanu. siiua-
led hi flie,';ili civil district ot Maurv couu
ty,enu on utllt; Highy creeg, and more
ja.-ticiilariy (les rilx das follow K. one cia.it
etst of sa'd P' eek: Beginning at a point lu
tne euife or liiD central turnpike roud. the
isomer oi sulci tract auu a tract or land be
longing to Mrs. w . M. Davidson: ru- niuif
t hence north 1!J, IT, west M poles io a stake
in Airs. Blanch's line; thencu noitli with
Mis. Biaucn ssouih noundary l ne. south
hi) ', west 71 poles, 20 links to the east bank
of said creek; thence up aud with said
creeli 1.(3 ppleo to a point In the centre of
said ci'i.-ek: tl'rimie WJlh ilia istmirt tit naid
uio.it aid P"le to tlie north-west not ner of
facto, tp'm. M. Voor-
i.i v.. ,,:i. k. JiU oti "
I I 1 ' f . .1.1 I . V ......... , .v , .... . v. , .
links to a while oak; thence south , l.V,
east 4 poles to a stake; thence south 57 ". 4.V,
east4lpo.es,! link to tlie centre of said
turnpike: Uienue with centre of said turn
pike north olj , 2(f, east ,i poles; t.ience
north 2tr, 4-V, east 3d poles; thence noith
:W 1, e-cst l.i poles and 2 links; thence north
. ill poles, 7.) links to the be-glnuiug
'1 he oi her tract west of said crei k, and
bounder! ou tbe norlh by said creek and
tract of land bt-loiiilug to David D. JicKa
east by ai.l creek; soulii by said road lri-m
Columbia to Jit. Pleasant, and west by the
lauds of the said Met-all, contalniim by esti
mation 2 acres, in all coulaiuing 200 acres-
Said land will be bold, (excepting and not
sellin t he mi acres, J rood 4 uud perches.
assigned to Sarah II. Myers as dower: suld
dower tract is described as f )lio: lieiiin
ning ata point on the east bank, of Little
Hiatiy creek. It b"lug J. if. Miyc' son! h-
-...- .111,11.!,,. i .i 1 1 .. . i . .rl . i ' -. I '
east 7& poles', 2D Uuksto a fl;k'e, Ills corner;
) UCC I.IUIH IV , ,1 , Tr,Di .,7ll Vt ITI tT.'ll-
treof .MU Pleasant pike; t i'eijne north with
centre of aald pike south 4H' j' , 'west lo pojes
and o links; t hence south iTl'", we-st lo ;es
and 2 links; thence soalb :v.j , west 21 siles
io a slake with biacK ana walnut pointer;
thence north 31 '. west 101 poles and 12 links
tm wiM cherry; thence nortii 27'4 ', wel
02 poles to a oycHiuore on north oauk ol
ereuB; sar I hence taslwamly with smifl,
naiiRi.I Ijittie b.iiy preen io tue begin
uing.iou a credit oi One and two Vesl-s
tree trom all rignis ana nitiities ot redemp-
iioi. .oles win le reqnireii oi purchaser
r i uicliasers, bearing inteiresi trom Hale,
wim no,).! and appioveu security, and a
inn retained on m.;il 'and lor the psy
nenl ol the purchase noU-s. I'oi.seKs(oii will
be given lo purchaser on the first day ol
January, 1S7H, with leave, however, to en
ter in cue tall ol la.o, ior tne purpose ot sow
January 4, 177. D. K. COOPER, C M.
J New York, Pans
-CAN BE FOUND AT
Draper and Tailor,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Boquet and Music Stands,
Cards, Ta.se ail NnJI,
Chair Cain nnd
Pictures of all Kind",
NO. 38 UNION STREET,
Between College ami Cherry,
NASHVILLE, - - TKNN.
11 'ill Fi and ami IJVwr as Weil as
Ter? Expensive C axiom
' We keep a full Stock of Cnssimere?, C'lotlis, etc.,
order in tlie latest si vie, and Guarantee a IVrfeet
mIiicIi we will make (o
VAN S. LINDSLEY M. D.,
Gives his exclusive attention to the medical and surgical
treatment of tho diseases of tho
Eye, JZSexjr, THoat .cixici Noso,
No. tlo, Corner of Church and Summer Street, (I 'j-s fairs, )
NASHVILLE. : : : : : TENNESEE.
No. 37 North Cherry St.,
HAVING fhls day sngpested the Insol
vency of the estate of EhzalMth J..hn-
son. d-c o. to ! L.o ra ot itie Co ntv Couit
of Maury counly, Tennesvee, nnCfi- is here
by given to all persons bavin claims
against said estal-i to Ule ti em duly au
thenticated en or hefo-e the 4 h d.v of
April. 1S78, with said lerk, for prorata dls
trlliuUon, or they will pe forevr r b -tred.
Jannary 4, 1K7S, ' Administrator,
Porter, Bryan &Alford,
W holesale )ealers In
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Proprietors of tlie Celebrated
"PORTER RIFL.S" CIGAR.
t-uT" IxKiking-filasscs in.it iu !!
frames. Old I'ietures und Frames He-
W. L, Dismues, B. D. Sv
No. Go' Union Street, Corner
Cherry and Union Streets.
No. 45 Union Street. NASHVILLE, TENN.
The under-ilenoi) V.nving purrhn-ed
ii-.il I , woui'i ret-pecf niny ami mi nee t iiiil lie is lull v prepar
the entire stock, working Instrument ami good
J uue 2nd-77-ly.
from 8.' to 1, and fiom'2 to C,
D. A. Craii;
W. J. sirayhorn.
A. F. Aydelotle.
Grain and Produce
Will ol tho (it Kits AltTll.v .
ed and deinrinuied to miiuiiniii i lie repulal lou ol the
i LLEIIY In the Southern Slates. All Iriii.roveim
adopted, and all our work guurunteed lo Ive ai 1 1 '! Ion.
July l,i.-ly. SuccesMir lot Inn tMilers, I-c'd
esiaiill-hnieut. as tlie FIRST ART
mproveim nt hi iiiiotography are promptly
R. i. W Instead.
Have opened a large Ware-house at tbe
Union Depot. They have ample storage j
room, and solicit consigGiii-ii is. Orders
promptly and satisfactoi l.y !il;ed. A fresh
supply ot family groceries aiwajs on
hand, ft tbe veiy lowest price. Co u and
-e us. ocli't-i2in.
Titceiub & Totvlcr,
At Ihe Old H tfVt, Ci truer Xouth Mmn St.
nui J'uOiiC &uuret
Opium & Morphine HabitShoe Store!
Office No. 17
S4Ufji C jerry Street,
OfUce Hours 9 to 12 A.
M. f lo I) P. M.
mux mm i
Carvor & Horn's
HOG niOLEBi REMEDY.
NO. 9 PUBLIC SQUARE,
Dealer in Fashionable
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises
Uinhn ILis, Traveling Bags, etc.,
No. 7. N. Cherry St., opposite Maxwell House
A. B VOrKLAXU.MlrMMiii. JuHfl-ly
V O U l ijTy di; i
W. E. D0BS01T,
Church Street, Cm ner S -jth Cherry
A certe.in, effective and prompt cure, and
a sure preventive of tne spread of the dis
ease. Pr'ce fj.in a I'jckaue, cont lining suf
ficient to curs lenty n r. Save your liun
it a cost of only tenc.-ntsa head.
A.J. IA1( Kit CO.,
sept7-lT. Nahvi.le, 1 Pun.
save Mteey ;
All rarties indebtetl to t lie firm of Holihlim
,t Iwown Hie r, oueMed Ui come forward rrl
settle within the bexl ten days, or they vill
Dveniyc-)0i"mus ciose our oid
blisluess. Kespect fully,
Nov, mn, itn. mjtiumA a pjiown.
Wltb Benson & Brown,
No, 50 North. College fcL, . NASHVILLE
Having an Immense stock, aud Is-lng d.
stnniH fi reiliioing it, w eller great. Illilil'ty
TJONS In all department, in Hisek I iisl'
mere, Aipa. ea, Ilannel and c-iasimerH
Stock s(-ial IniriiHiii, are nl rid. Avail
yourselves f Una oi.poi tiinlly by giving us
au I'urly call.
b FRANK LAND & GO.
NO. IU UNION STREET,
Coliiinbl and Maury County people ve
iling asiiville may iwl h-siimiI llial they
tan obtain the very bst meals tho luurkel
HtfordH si reHsonali.( rates. Also the purest
sod best of Dunks and Clgi.rs nt my stand,
corner of D.iaderi-k and Cherry Street
i ih-u si A v Cl lie mr -r- ,
La Pierre House,
Xn. .'.7 iS niuiit r Start,
NASIWJLl.H, . ; . TENNESSEE.
IS I "
ii jit ; i a. v.
Tennessee. I Neatness and
' law at this house.