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Edited by W. A. Smith, Ph. D.
A IHUIIA-WtTil.t rotJI.
On the lone and silent mountains,
Midt tii epmy of splashing fountains,
Lives a race of hard r men,
tscng In h-illiui-i, told bv pen.
!"i, and often, wo liave heard it
He.trd their mighty tieels of daxiujr,
.With their taruets and claymores,
'F ire-brands from Hie mountain llarlng
Fierce in battle evermore.
They know no sicUaess, know no sorrow,
J.ive In health, lo-tluy, to morrow;
Always strong, and always healthy
Never rich, but, alWHVH we-alil.y.
From tlie fact tiiat. all f-lioiild' learn
I."atii, am! niii-.d the lesson well,
TiiKt I hey drlnlc the water lumc,
Widen all nations now foretell,
if you use it, 'All U nvll."
-laury lorte heM a very interesting
ineetiiifr January -2'hh, Tuesday even
ing. We learn that the following
!Vi.'ei were elected for the ensuing
term: I-.. V. Pillow, V. C. Templar;
.A!r. Thomas Lamar, W. V. T,; J. B.
V.'ood-i-le, W. Treswurer; Bro. Brooks,
Steietary; Sam Shirley, I. (i .; Charles
Ionian, ). C; David ( Jee, M.; and
Jiro. .Sam Bush Watkins took his wat
as 1. W. C. T. Bros. William Shir
ley, Iah- I 'ailey, John Tunar, Joseph
Jv. I wards, David Coad, Jack Porter,
I'd Woodside, D. Helm, W. C. She
ji.inl, and li jsscll went in attendance,
: Iso Miss Brooks. The oHieerj were
to have heeii installed last Tue.slay
nilit. Sjieeclies were made liy Bros.
Watkins, Woodside, I'illow, Jack
Porter, and Bro. William Shirley if
r. porU'tl to have made twelve speeehcH
four more than he made at the pre
Tht; bird-supper in Williamsport
lodge, l.i,t Friday evening, was a very
A few lays ago, ve hal the pleasure
of meeting Kstpiiro Xolos, of 1 lamp
shire, in Columbia.
Z;.)n JVr,u,' No. 72, I. O. (;. T.,
elected l'n'ir oflicers for the
present ij'iartrr, i-.y they were in
r filled on the iMl!:, hytl.e Rev. V. (J.
Hi'-.isl, y, w lio alVr the installation,
io!( r.v t. d the audience ftrabout thirty
sniii'.it 's in i i s : i .-1 1 way, with giwxl
Mholesoine li;i'J.. Pelitio'lS are on
the tahle :it every rey.ilar liie.'lii'.g.
With si:h : i 1 1 : t as Sedlwrry, I iultton,
1 (:idicy, I Tiriiis .ii, ( I'.vlwin, iind lat
tho:t'h not lea-ii, I'ncleMesser Vestal,
Ml. .ion hxlge will prevail. The
v'Tt'ls may l low, the slormsmay heat,
?ut t-Uc I I'oimd-.d on .Ml. ion's hill;
...nd ;-.s ti,e r.ioiiiitaiiis were round
si" I'it .h ruji. Mi. May the laird's
rdo:j:itiiin of prsU-et ion le round
sdiowt Jlf. ion forever; rn, j the little
r-t renin that has b' cn started iVoi-n he
loo of the hill, c;:tiiiiio to grow in
r-i.e and strength, until (lie whole
plain liciicalh may he mj ;i)cr-d ia the
.-a in", until there shall not be oiu; Jeff
sd voeate I he cause of the evil.
ro. Ilen-iey has organized several
it our last meet-
J'me Inn" in Williamson county
"estal irave u ;T
tiitiht of each month,
iull moon. P.
on or Jitfiij the
If. Sil TJr.VM
TeS'perasca z'i Intemperance.
r.v .(. n. havm i",
( if tin? Jl r.KAiai and Mail oltleo.
rT5M the way that he sees the
MitMtf through his temieranee sjH-cta-
To the K-av.'Ts of this .:iper, I would
.-.I-!; your at I W. 'on a few minutes,
vhi;" we wciith i'eicperaiice and I n-(i-iiqieram
e in the the sc!cs of justice;
..m l m'.o t'ji'ir good and h;id iiu;les.
i usk DM ( to l";iu ) what is Intent
peraiil e? and. i an-w. r, it is doing
;t:ivthilig to excess. A pefsoi () '-'
intemperate in eating, such .as il
hittoii, iind v.'e can l.e in temperate itf
'"U 'ig, such as the shifiat.J, whom
iloti on de-H-. ilies. Hut h wors m
intcioiu-'.iK -.f iid that weshtdJ notice,
w :,. ,:, i,.L in-r to IU X esS Hot Wt.tiT,
J".il ii-oiorr, y, iiu
."., tor touciniiff
the-e, to l'.trtaV' tiK'rcot, I
for no m. M can ptirtake of
,'css lie is poisoned, and ;f
mi .. :;re the dt adlii'st.
iiore ineji than any other,
nij oilier )'"! ;ons
a! n. ii lo an c x
'ombiii'.ied; then is
when a man takes
iiis 11 :-.
I class'.' VtMfn-M,1) ;naUe notli-
out o!'H hut an ewess. 1 am
filJe oir':nii;o can n ieinpc-iM
hinU, then i' n i.'-l be inteinH-rate;
a:td a.::Jl ii;ie!i:p. raiier is (ondemucd
b- til-- i oeat ii lU r !' the ie; veils and
tin- e:;;b. -io',:l, this nui.st Jm a
i ei v -ioiid act; !o;- i! r.tii.-es more mis
ery than any oilier h.o.i: l.uowii to
iO.'.ui. 1 1 c.iu-es happy ho:n Ut he
tiiokei: no it sends a man into dis
grace- j! scatters th
bright hopes of
-isieil in, it brings
I os i. n,i,:
upon the di inker !;: most horrible
mi! ri s tliis woi id ii:is kiK.-wn; hm
w hich are smail in comparison wjth
.'he w retchedness and woe that await
'hV hereafter, w hen the soul JctiVew
thi'hi. lyt'' receive its jtisi icwar.i
)li f; :t ' stive mortal man from tliui
j1o.hu ()!i .'nan ! look at this picture
if mi-erv and lorn from the accurst"
!..!'.. !...'.. re t iu' ll-.Tbt ol death t'er
take you, before vU are hurrieil on to
the t iTible cull .f Jv.nid despair
where l'.ie eiiauce of l.'ll' ml Yen trolll
.t -l t.:il pii.ii-a.ii -nt, hi the Jake th.lt
burns with lire and brimstone, is past,
Oil hi he-! if you ii ivc a husband' ad
dicted to ihis'hahit, oi'di inklng whis
kev drinking; the eure of our glorious
II "public, g. to that husband, ask him
as lie loves you, to stop drinking; pray
to (hid to give him power to Mop thv
terrible habit, and let me tell you, ui
sure as you pray in l.iiih U lieving
your prayer will !; aiisAvcivd. just so
stirt; v. ill (bid heed your cries, ami
and turn your husband into a loving
and tender husband change his
course, an I sit him on the narrow
path that lead to glory.
In th,1 next place, 1 ask you, drunk
ard or ill i terate drinker, (if you are
reading thU) why do you drink? Why
do vmi take thaO which me.kes you
u ""- thin a bru'e? Tiiutth.il steals
yours:-...,,. i j,.M-kets your cash?
That th it sc... V(1,, home in a stateof
iuc'.rialioii? n.. , lsk .Jo y,,,, take
t'nat. tf.i't r.bs y..jr r.i,,.v.i.w ,f ,.v,rv
comfort? tnat s; ii'ls -..iir c.u.
1 1 n 1 1 ' : V I be. J and ureaivs rv heaii
rvouVwlfe? Wliv! I -k yoitT
.. ... lib! ve angels! Mop III
i ...... 1 1 ii.ws wond r. and listen while
..v. a ..;,.-( )h! ve heavens! stand
in aioa'.enieit', a
I drink for the effect. What! are
effects of liquor pleasing, I ask the
man rolling and tossing iA delerlum to
answer, and the answer I get is snakes!
snakes! drive them away, don't you
see them? Who, I ask. Them red
eyed demons, Is his response. And
you call this pleasing do you? you call
this a charming effect do you? If so,
God save me from such a charm.
But some will say 1 don't go that
far. I only drink a glass now and
then, and you know there's no harm
in that; for does not your ihble say "a
little wine for the stomach's sake?
J hit my dear friend one glass is an excess-of
poison, and is alw'ays the be
ginning of ruin. It is true, the Bible
says "a little wine for the stomach's
sake," and it is equally true, the bles
sed liook says: "no drunkard shall in
herit the kingdom of heaven." But
what the meaning of the passage you
refer to is, I think, I can better im
press upon you by an anecdote. Once
there was a'n Irishman who had join
ed a temperance society in the old
country, and when he came to the
United" States, one of his friends said:
"Pat let's drink?"
".No, thank yon," said Pat, "I be
loii'j to the Templars."
"Kh! but this is a free country."
"I know," savs Pat.
"Well, did you ever read Paul's
epistle to Timothy?"queried the other.
"Yes, indeed, and 1 have."
' ' Well, you've read where Paul a ys
to Timothy, "a little wine for the
"Ves, and I have," replied Pat, 'ibut
my name's not Timothy, and be jab
ers. there's nothing the matter with
Just so, my friend, the Bible does
allow wine in some diseases, but when
there is no disease, where is your au
thority for drinking?
Jf instead of wine, Paul had said
take a little castor oil, would you have
drunk it by the glassful? I think not;
then why do you drink a deadly poi
son, and brinjr up the Bible as author
ity, when it authorizes nothing of the
sort? Ask a drunkard to siirii a tem
perance pledge, and mark his answer,
how insignificant it is:
"Beckon I hie am hie -going to hie
throw awav mv lilierties file':1'
As if that was not the very thing he
was doing as if it was not a liberty
to have a chance to sign a pledge, to
keel) one in the right path, and us if it
was a liberty to drink; I ask you sir.
(if you ure readme tins) diU uou cre
ate you in his own image to deform
that image in the manner you are do
ing? If so, I am done; if not, what are
vou tloing this tor?
It can't Ik? for any personal aggran
dizement, for surely, your wife does
not like to see vou come home all
bloated up a red nose a black eye
and the fumes of liquor on your
breath. It cannot lie to please your
children; no, that's not it: lor see
them run, when they see you stagger
ing home. Jt cannot be for any bene
fit you gain by it; for I'm quite sure,
you gain no work by such conduct,
you gain no customers by drinking li
quor, you gain nothing 1 can see by
using strong drink, except your friend's
disgust, your wife's tears, your ehild
rens' fear, a drunkards home, (muxt
likdj no honir at (iff) and to be brief,
you gain a drunkard's life, a drunk
ard's death, and a drunkard's hell.
This is a true picture; for no man can
take his glass for any length of time,
without being a drunkard. Now let
me ask you, in all earnestness, to turn,
think what you are doing, consider
how terrible it is for a man to so for
get his family, his friends, and his
(iod, as to take the first drink, tint he
knows has led many as firm ami good
as he to liecome a loathesome drunk
ard, to become a man lost to all hope.
The iast thing gone for rum, until the
bonds ( iod made are broken, and the
family scattered in disgrace, and
trampled into dust. Oh! man, if you
are takingthat fatal step if you are
taking your glass Jod help you to
stop; think of the curse you are bring
ing on your soul, think what fortunes
vou are scattering, think of the
liiight hopes of the wife, you have
sworn to honor and protect, you are
blasting. Wife, J iiskyou again, have
you a husband m the habit of taking
his glass? ask tiixl to help that hus
band, ask (od to help that man who
cannot help degrading himself
lAt me tell you this, gentlemen,
you have to make up your minds for
good or for evil, there is no intermedi
iM;fc; to drink is either right or
wrong', nod ;f is most assuredly the
latter. Now, "yo aft ?ucn, sensible
men, you do not wish to be o,kX'd lit
Ju any other light." If you don't,1
Ihch witft you know you are doing a
shifuj 'thiig. fbaf. pv.i are cursing
yours!f nil') ygiif famiic. W)v?
study about il-why wil you eap
curc atiil lijgluT Pjibn yourself, and
bring your families, whom you say
you love, down to want, bhampajid dis
grace? Vou scecin to love them, don't you?
We w1!l let your conscience answer, if
yon have one, and we hope none have
gone s. fiir iji sin as to lose it. But
your coiisclcm-to );; either lost its pow -r.
or vou have lost vou Lv" for your
wife and children; tor no man iitutiw.
a tooiHcjcneo can spend his last cent,
and even the last bed, to satisfy
his insatiate tldit Ij'e "hcry de
mon,'' when his wife is 111 (tf'. H id
his children are crying for bread. '.Now,
1..1 in ;sk you, tiiodcratc. drinker,
turn i"for yim;!'t this far gone, lie
foreyou have brought flltnh'
want, and shame insm youreii', ;;')
before your doom is settled, aaid you
die the death of u diti)kard and go to
a drunkards hell: for Um; iwofc i)i Jiir
spiration says, "no drunkard ha In
herit the kingdom of heavtn." Now,
Christian I turn to you, the drunkard
necjjs your prayci; for he can do
nothing of hf'i,' jr'; Jhit the prayers
"of the righteous uvudlh jii"f ''"
But not only does the shiner need
vo.ir jiHjvers, but also the friends of
templ-i afi.ee ute.l y;;;;? inlhieiice; you
-e every day the WVff;'i',v
thfa 7.,7sterevil, you see our JiUls IJf--(
aoi v,4-Wwmg. on ' account of
whisky; hioM of jhe jev-;;rs we 'have
were sent onf upon his yoifd r jhaf ;
state, on account r,o;ig drmk. j
Voil read of thmihrtfid J"'lt':
yearly from the s.Ve Cu. !
Then, why not lend your ?r?"
fhieiov) for temperance against the
giant, intcmi-.fi;-e, ft is certainly
no disgrace to join some Kood h;i;fp;"r
anee organization. It can certainly
do you no harm, but may lie the
ps of freein g our glorious country
from thlsjrcdf'ul scourge. Then we
should lie a happy H.-0,L.
'i-i. li -i..
1 J n I V- is ill it- J ' l it . iii.rtiii tfl.
it i.L'ers on my linnd, and that is "that
all Christian ieopIe who expect tt
reap a reward.' ,;ut take part in
raising the fallen one;, )iiosl cvtent
the hand of friendship to each hhii ti
them. If it costs a little trouble or in
coiivcniaiice, tney must not tliuiK o
that, but must use their utmost ihiw
er ftvir uood, and thwir ell'orts will lie
crowned with joy, and they siiajl wa
nulonous rewarti. in: ihhi, jot
down on rtah reader, let him not mis
apply tie strength (,i hjs arm, that
Mionjf arm of man, to ivlipin the o.-afu
tiful and fuJr Jook up for protx'ction;
show that man hi dMt.Y, snatch the
drunkard from hell, and ,fay he by
tlie help oi itoti reiorm um way and
liecome a temperate man.
My dear friends, let us Identify our
selves with the grand temperance
niovenjent, let us all, by the grace of
(iod, launch our boats of influence on
"the turliulent utuo." that wc maj
catch some of the drift-wood of hifej.i
peranoiu, tTe it is too late ami it has
lieen swept oyer tluy rearing cateract
jjlto the whirl pKl of dark Jispajr,
t'oi-t'JJHl a. Tens. J-'ebiunry i, iS7.
Sunday night there was a Gospel
temperance meeting in the Cumber
land Presbyterian Church, when Dr.
Templeton, Judge Fleming, and
Esquire Watkins spoke. .Although
the night was Inclement, She house
was crowded. Another meeting was
held Monday night, Hon. J. lu Bul-lK-k
and Dr. C. (J. It. Nicholls spoke
to a large audience. About seventy
persons signed the pledge. Dr. Nich
olls's speech was perfetly splendid; it
was magnificent. Tuesday night was
appointed for another iweting.
Eminent statisticians have calculat
ed that the amount of ingenuity and
labor expended by impecunious topers
in getting free drinks would, if devoted
to any honorable and useful pursuit,
pay off the national debt in a little
more than six years and eight months.
R. A. Glenn, Administrator, vs. N. C. IlarUc
sob, et at.
BY virtue of ft decree or the Honorable
Chancery Court, Columbia Teuu., reu
uered at the October term, 1877, In the above
hi y led cause, I will on the 41 Ii day ot
March. 1S7S, proceed to oiler for ujtlo at the
Court iioase door in said town of Columb-a
to the bitiost and best bidder.at public out
cry, the remainder interest, of lite home
stead and dower, heretofore laid otT and net
nnart to I he widow of Ezra IIrdlMn. dee'd.
in the following descried tracts or parcels o'
land in the i:oih civil district, ot Maury
county Tennessee, and bound-d as foliown,
to-wit: The homestead IncludiDg the man
sion and out-booses. iJeglDnlnif at David
Laveudrr'a south-west corner, on the centre
of the pike, thence with hltt lice south SSJ,
east 31.-10 poles to astafce in the lane, cedar
poHl; thence south , west fi!ly-ix and
M-lOU poles to a stake; thence south A1 ,
west A-i p les, to the cen tre oi the turnpike;
theuce not th 1" poles, to a stake in the cen
tre of the pike; thence north 8iri-4", west -11
po.es to I he centre ol Flat Creek; thence up
said creek, norlh 9-', eat 80 polen; tin nee
south Wi'J, east $1 poles, to the cenire of trie
pike; thence, touth 3, west 3t aud 40-llHI
oleH, to the begi nnloij. Contalulnx at)
acre--; and also tlie dower tract, bounded as
follows: .Beginning at a stake, U being the
south-east corner ot tlie homestead lot;
tliencb north 2-, east 5ti and M-100 poles to
a stHKe in the laue, cedar posi; Uience south
S8 ', east l;i and 18-100 poles to a stake. W. A.
William's corner, In said lavld Lavender's
south b'-untlry Hue. Thence south 2-, west
70 ami SO 100 polts lo a stake, hack berry and
cherry posts; thence north 2)i , east 17 and
HI-1U0 poles to a stake, ash post; thence west
72 poles to the beginning; containing flfly
lour (! acres, lu all, coutaininu elxht
four (S4) acres. S tid land will be sold on a
credit ot nine aud eighteen moutl.s; pur
chaser or purchasers will be retjulrtd lo ex
ecute noted with Koott security bearing In
terest from day of sale, and a lieu will lie re
tained on said land lor the payment of the
purchase money notes. Ordered that rnbli-c;ition-einadeiutlieHKHAi.ii
Jan. 25, "7.S. t). B. C( MJfEK, C. & M.
W". P. Ingram vs. A.J. Fly, Administrator.
virtue ol a decree of the Honorable
hancry Court at Columbiii. Tenn..
rendered at the October term, 1S77, In the
abovH styled cause, 1 will on the 4th dny of
March, 178, at the Court House door In the
town of Columbia, proceed to offer for pale
In said town to the highest and
best bidder, at public out-cry the following
described tractor parcel of hind, situated In
district 14, Maury C. unty, Tenn., ou Duck
Kiver.aud bounded us follows: Beginning
ui h lurae red oak on the south bank of
liiu-k Ktver, the north-west corner cf G.
Wiol Kinzer s land; south lso poles 80 , west
to a stake, O. Whit Kluztr s south-west
corner; thence tst SO poles and 20 links to
a slake; thence south ilh said O. Whit
Kinzer's wr-st bonndry line of his Fl'wker
trct, to the centre or the Columbia aud
WUliainspoit road; thence west wiih said
road tostakejthence nc rlh :M poles and 9 link
to a set stone, east of the tl w e 1 1 i n k ; theuce
east IS poles anil 8-!0 H)les to a et stone,
near the hat n; thence north ti'l poles to a set
stone, tbei.ee we-t lit poles to a set stone,
near T. .1. I Telt's south-east corner;thence
north 11 and 8-10 po es lo a stake; thence
east oi poies to astake; thence north 50 poles
to a stake, on the south bank of Duck
Kiver; thence tip Hkl river with its nieand
eis to a lynu and iron-wood pointers, l eing
tiie south-west ofa fio'ij acre tract,
granted to W. W. Coleman; thence north'
crossing said river SMJ-.; poles to a stnke in
the south iHMindry line of .Martin P.Ki wm's
tnict; thence with said line up said liver,
Sxl'J and 4-V, east 4l'r. poles to a stake: thence
south, passing sniu river to a stake on south
auk ol said Mvei; thence up said river
Willi its nieandeiings lo ti.e beginning; ciu
taiuing aiioul two hiintlred and forty and
one-half acres i21U' u acresi. Said land will
be soid ou a credit of oue and two years,
except tlie mi in ol Si") in cash on day (if sale;
Itee lioiu ihe right and etjuily of 'redemp
tion, 'i'iie piirc'Uaser or purchasers will be
leijiiirxlto execute notes with good ap
pioved security, bearing interest Irom dale,
and a lit n letulned for the pavmentof the
purchase money notes. Ordered Hint pnbll
catiou be made In tlie Hkkai.h and Maii
Jan.io.TS. D. 1J. COOl'Klt, C. it M.
Itickfttsaud Ilagan vs. Mary A. Hagan,
LY virtue of a deciee of the Honorable
) Chancery Hunt, at Columbia, Tenn.,
r.-bdered at ihe October tenn 1H77, iu the
above, si led cause, I will on the 4ih day of
.March 1S78, proceed to oirer for sale at the
Court f louse doo, lu the town of Columbia,
lenu., to Ihe highest and best bidder at
public out-cry, ihe following described
tracts or paixei-oi lanu i-wii
rracl No. 1. Iloumlt-il as
G. B. McKennou va. P.C. Wade", et si.
BY virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court, t Columbia Tenn.-,
rendered at the November special term, 1877
In theaboveslyle-1 cause, I will on the 4th
day of March, 1878, at the Court House door,
lo the town of Co uujbia, lenu., pro
ceed to offer lor sale at pub-ic
out-cry to tlie highest and best bidder, the
following described fru-t or parcel of laud
to-wit: A tractor paicel of land Situated lu
Ihe 14th civil district, of Maury County,
Tennessee, on Poplar creek. Hounded on
tue wet-t by the land of T. A.
A. Soweli, aud Helen A. Wade, on the
souili by the land of John C Foster, aud on
the east ontl north by tho land of Ceeorge
Kiuzer; containing eighty-th:e and three
fourth acres acres). Said laud will be
sold on e credit of twelve and iwenty-f.iur
months, except the sum o." (75) seveuty-tlve
dollars in cash, which will be it quired of
puichaser or purchasers on day of sale.
The purchaser or purchasers will be requir
ed to execute notes with good and apptoved
seem in, bearing interest from day of sale,
and a lieu will be retained on said land to
secure tbepayment of said notes.-
Ordered that publication be made iu the
Herald anil Mail,
Jau.2.i, 7-1. D. B. COOPElt, C. A M.
Pure Bred Fowls.
Breeder and Snipper of
hit Inl L::l :ai Water
Kies for hatchinr fn Season. Fowls for
rale at all times. Pre rapt attention given
to all orders and communications, which
are respectlully solicited. octl3-77-ly.
II. 11. Tilcomh vs. IS. A. Kogers et aL
BY virtue of o decree of ihe Hon. Chance
ry Court, at Columbia, Tennessee, ren
dered at the April term, 1.-C7, in the above
stld cause, I will proceed to oiler lor sale,
at the court house door, lit the town ol Co
lumbia, Tenn., ou Monday, the Hln day "f
February, 1878, to the highest and best bid
der, at. public outcry, the lollowiDg describ
ed house and lot, siltmtcd and being in
the town of Columbia, Tenn., on the north
side of Sixth Htreet. (formerlv- Free Street.)
and one of the Dale lots: Jlegiuning at a
stake in said street, tlie south-west corner
of Mrs. M. J. Wriuht's lul; running
lltencd witii Mrs. Wright's west boundary
line, say live hundred feet, to t lie alley sep
arating tne lime 1014 irom Macedonia:
theucet west won the sout h margin of said
alley, say one hundred and fifty feet to W
J. Dale's line; thence south villi s-ild line,
say four hundred feet, to Sixth (formerly
Free) Street; thence e-ast with said street,
say one nuuureu unci liny, tome De-giunme
containing by esiunatlon two acres, more
or less, with all the improvements thereun
to belonging. Said house and lot will ba
sold on a credit ot one and two years, and
free from the equity of redemption, which
right or equity in hereby cut otf and foiever
Oarreel, D. n. COOl'JiK,
Jan. II, 78. Clerk and Master,
A. D 0JI ECU'S
Fancy Goods Emporium
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
KID GLOVES, FANS, ETC
105 FOUTH STREET.
Bet. Market and Jefferson, Louinvi'lr, Ky
Matthews, et al.
BY virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court, at Columbia Tenn., rtu-
oereo at tne uoiot.er term. js 1, iu inettmive
st vied cause. I will on the 4ih day of March
1878. at the Ctmrt House door, iu said town
of Columbia, proceed to oiler ft r sule.at pub
lic out-cry to the highest and best bidder
the following desci ibed tract or parcel of
land to wn: A t pact or parcel of land K in
and being in tiie Ulh civil district, of Maury
County lennessee, ana bounded as in. lows
Beginning at a stake, Charles Brown's
south-west corner; thence west with Klisha
I'll Hen, s line to a sink-; thence a 1101th
westerly course to said Puil-n's romei
1 hence with Ransom Lnngham'.s east
bonndry to his north-east corner; I hence
north to a suar-tree at Bose s South-east
corner; theuce east with said Bose's south
bouuery to Brown a north-west corner;
liieuce soiiin wnn saiti crowns wesi.
boundary to the beinniiig;aiid containing
by survev, eighty-three acres and one hun
dred and fifty-two poles, t-tt acres aud 15J
pole-). Said land ill be sold ou a ciedit of
six. twelve and eighteen mouths.
Ortlered that publication be made in the
Herald aud Mall.
Jan. 25, 78. D. B. COOrEU, C. AM.
mligou lhe'uori.h boundary line of Samuel
j.nes irafi ai a, set sione, ill links west ot an
el 111, marked u u side line ou the south
side: runnijig thence with said north
btulidar.y eatt, souib t-.'j", cast (j J ' 3 poles to
Ihe norphreiitsl corner 01 said tract lu Mays
line; tnence with sanf'e youtli 11,
west l.S jKi)es to hi- corner; thence with his
lineeas.s uth 8s' ,, east 14 poles to Owen
(initio's iue; I hence with l)io same s 1,,
st. Ulh I, , west o2 pojes lo a pomer vf Ihe
Kixou iraci) tli hii(j wjf h the Isitou )lne
west, north bf-i-, -vest Ssj pojes to Ihe por
uereii'M. W. l.les tract; thence with hltt
line aud Win. titles iiue uonli lji , east
128 poles to Ihe beginning; containing 80
acres more or less.
Tract ..o. J. ki o'fiin.1 the Nixon tract.
3;:ti 1 bouuoeu us loiiovts: lieginnlng at a
tuli'MhuisiJi;, tli stitilh West corner of Sam
el Liit-s' Hcl, anl if un- henc? cast, south
8s1 , , e.ist lw poles 16 a stake Iif if -lauu, M
P.eusaul road; thence with said road Kouill
trt , east 51 poles lo I lie o' 4 70-lie acre iract;
tnence west -aine-, south , wuiv;: poles
to mi s,;;ne- inence wun said 11 act w. st 18
poles to a sfct JOfcK, tjjepce along a road aud
J.J.Aklh's line, sotnh" d-4 , west W 4 10
poles lo an elm, hit cornei' theuoo W1I.J
Akiu s Iiue, south 58 ', West 1.1 pole s to his
c ruer; thence with his line nor! h 78, west.
iv -o;-; to a stake, nis corner; thence wlln
blsliui sout it, .u;:i y. west 8J8-10 poles to
C. 1. Cooper.'rf line; 11 nee ,ih ,' ooriei 's
'ti .1. ' ....X.. .:i ,r.V 1 .
iiue H mi, uiu 111 t) j , ,vrrsti pf'ies to a
trske tier il w. -ne f a hrnnvh lltebc
uo.hj rprtu 1; east pt'des to-a stake
vltb twodorW'isjilsaiia n. ei-fj p('inie'i-s'.
Willi leiieis H. N., ami date i,t maiHed iil
said tieec' ; Ihrtioa wist, north fen,' 4-, west H.1
poles to a slake, d g-wood pointers in the
head of a hollow; theuce w.lh Akin's Hue
1101 th. north :-)4 ', east (i pol-s to a stake
.itl Vw y fxi'n'ers. Wm. Mies' cor-
Dt-Jj tsVrief'ivith his 1 ll'i'-e '(rfhifll W-t
m."i! polew 10 a stake, his oomert thtnije wl;b
his etne south 81 14, east ;S0 peiies to his cor
nel; thence with ids ilne'itoith lt'.4, east W7
poles to his corner say :t poles northward
trom a-iifw-uu oij.e,; oj-t-rnid-afi; thence
vi ith hlsilhesonth 82 ,ewt t piie tt wast
Ijouutlaiy ol KajMueT-Liles' tract, wt a- stn-fee
near edi.e 01 road; theuce soul h,- sout h 'P0,
-es "J poles to the beginning; coutaiuiug
It'll '-i kdt cs more .rii-8.
' Traci S0.3. "Cdntkiiiing 470 6erH, inltin
J(V). boguded as fotb'ws; Ileiniilng'aC a 'sVt
..(.U, il.uiiiK'ti--es corner of a aftie
Uucl, ktl'-WII "S f ix Ai pol4 trf.:t L,liplrg
But Sis Wia't.
Satin Jay nitfbt, tilsiut initlnijilit, a
witlow li villi; on Montcalm street.
Iipitrtl a iiiiin lull ou tlie walk in front
ot iicr lioiise. uiki raisim; 11 cliainbcr
wiiulow she called tint to the ro.strate
form to know if he was hurt.
'Sua much thaz'er way I alius
comedown in 'er winter kczuii! ' re
plied a lliiok voice.
'If Veu tlon t move 011 I'll 1 1 1 a
p iliccman and have him take you to
the station!" siie continued.
"Will you, maam? Shanks! I've
'-on Itaikin' all 'roiin' fr morc'n two
i,"l'. ' i .,,,Mm H y" minciice tt r
l-. I 'f.xt-Jl 1 y'.vT"' t l '" eie
"--w.v J.i.e frfl...i.
lu-avi-ns stand Htm 1 Now, sen taxse-noii!"
I listen to hi Wonli J5tlt she didn't. l.h .trnU f,-tf: V.
... 1 'f ti uu n . .
ti.eu.-.esti. vw : i" t'l
lhences..uli. w.s . .. "uu aiajto li
lan; 1 hence 1101 th ;irJ, east poles 10 a set
rock; tn en ce. south 88';, , cast 18 po'.es to set
rK-K, Ihe Ml-ie ol bn'inujug; coutaiuing 470
luiitus l'jti ueles. '' '
Ti-iit-t o. 4. Hounded and descrilied as
IoIIowf: lie-giuning at W. J. Cecil s west
corne r o! a part of Henry Booker's ti act.r tin
ning iionh Hi polestoastaKt ; theuce north
1 , west I'tVifis-loo poles to a stake; thence
uoi th 87 , west. iUit poles to the not th-wot
cot iter Oi a p!2-i! uf laud sold by O. W. LoUg
to Jessie iliti t; ihei .-e sowa Wit! origlnul
suiNey line .((! 2li 100 poles to a' stake' Id -the
west uounaaiy line 01 the original survey;
thence south W poles to John Btnaliaiu's
nortli-west corner; thence east 18 72 ICO
iWV 'P s'Be wnn dog-wtod polnteis.
said IUnkua.ii n:-tii-easi cornei; thence
stu.iu i. ..z-ii,u fioies to a stete with Luuh
pout tets in same Majors boundary line
theuce norm 8H .east HZSMOd to the
beginning ; containing acres.
saiu land win on soia on a credit of six and
lyeii-e mounts, tree irom therlght orequitv
pr redemption. J'l'rchaser or purchasers
uie wti niei.i oitnes-tine. A so In I tie sam
oa-e, at tne same time ana place, the follow
lug described iract of land, situated lu the
lutn ciyu oisn let, Maury coupty, lennes
see, and bounded as follows: on the north
by the lands ot Wm. lJleM. east bv thelantls
01 w . t.i. v ate, souili py ine lands of 0.
Cat est; nd J.J, Akin, and wot by the lands
ol K. Cowper 'wnl James Davis; contains
t IT.n V 7 ..V. ....... j u ij HlHtttlBU Utlll M
cieetit o- six aud twelve mouths, except the
snm of SJ'iO in cash, which must be paid on
elay of sale; sale fr. e from the rlghtor eonil v
of redemplioD. The pa ctiaer or pnr
chasers will be required to exec ute notes
with good security; and a lieu will be re
laineu ou tJ'.d l?,wj t' secure Ihe payment
of said boles, salg wllufil iawui hork.
Ordereel that publication be made In Mia
Hetaid at.'l Mail.
Jail Oj, 78. D. H. COOPElt, C. A M,
B. McEwen, Executor, etc., vs. Sarah
Y virtue of a decree of tiie Honorab e
Chancery t ourt at Columbin, Tenn
reutlereei at the October term. 1877. in the
above styled cause, I will, ou the ith day of
february, is,, at tne conn-nouse floor 111
lbetwn eif Ctilumoi-, 'i'enn., proceed to
oiler for sale to tne highest and best bidder,
tne looowing uese-rioeu uucl 01 lanu, situa
ted in the Dill Civil tllNtnct ot Maury couu
ty, Tenn., ou little Brghy Creek, and ntt.re
particularly des rilied ivs f-.Hows, one tract
east ol said c ee k: 1-giim ing at a point in
the cenire of the ccniutl turnpike road, tlie
corner of said tract and a tract of laud be
longing te Mrs. W. M. Davidson; iu'..niug
thence uoith 19 , 17, west M polts lo a slake
in Airs. Branch s line; theuce no-tli with
V rs. Branch's soul li nouutlaiy l:iie, sotitn
8f J, webl. 7M pt.Ies, i.0 liulis to lite east hank
ot said creek: llieiico up and with said
creek l.!2 poles to a point iu the centre of
salt! creek; theuce with Ihe centie of said
ere. k 2i.j pules to Ihe north-west coi ner of
tract of land beiont-iiig to Wm. M. Voor
hies; I hence south 8,, , 4i", east (1 po'es, 5
links to a white oak; tin nee sonth A , l.V,
east 4 polrS to a staUi. ; thence south 57 4.V,
east 41 po.es, 1 link to Ine centre if said
turnpike; thence itli centre ol said turn
pike north i(T, 20", east 74 pt.les; t.iem-e
north 20, 4-V, east :W poles; thence l.nrlh
ii'e '. east 15 po es and 2 links; thence north
4ii1 4 3, 10 poies, 75 links lo tlie beginning
The other tract west of said crerk, pnd
hounded'on tlie boitli by said creek ami
tr..ct of land b- longing to David D. Mel a. I;
east by said cr. ek; south by sif.ti roatl froiu
Columbia lo It. I'Uti.saut, and west by the
lands of the said AIcKail, containing by estij
maliou 2 acres, in all containing 00 acres
Said land will be s.:d, (exct pi ing and not
selling tne titl acres, 3 tenuis auet its perches,
assianed to Sarah 11. Myers as dower; sahl
tlower tract is described as f.illo-vs: Begin
ning at a point on the eist bank of Ditile
Bigliycieek.it being J. M. Mayes' sotilh
wesl cornei; runninii Ibenco north 8! 61',
east 7!l poles, 2olinkstoa stake, bis coruei;
tut nee sout b V,) 17', east 81 poles to tne cen
treot Mt. Pieasatit pike; thence north with
cenire of said pike south Hv( west 10 poles
ami clinks; theuce south t1', west 15 poles
aud 2 links; thence south ijii'.j , west 21 peile.i
to a stake with black ami Walnut pmntei
thence north J.I , we't 101 poles anil 12 links
to a wild cherry; thence uortii 27!l", West
ti2 poles 10 a sycan.oie on north unk of
Ct.ekjanu thence ea.-twardly with south
bunk e.f Liille Bigfoy creek lo the begin
ning.) 011 a credit of one and two years,
free fro ni all rij. lits und equities ot redempr
lion. i.'. tf es w 1 1 1 t re(ttired of purchaser
or 1 mphasers, bcarir.g interest from date?,
with good and spp ovtd fccurlty, and a
lien retained ou saiti J.iud for lilts pay
ment pf lje purchase notes. Possession will
be gix 011 lo piiiel a-er on Cie first day of
January, ls7u, with leave, however, to en
ter in the fall ol 1S78, for the puipose of sow
January 4, 1877. D. B. COOrEK, C. & M.
Supremo Court llotice.
"VJUTICE is hereby given Hint until four
L o'clock P. M., Friday, Vebiuary Sih,
1878, bitls will tie received by tiie nude r-igu-ed,
at hisoilice. for a true, of 1 md hereto-
lore sold in the ease of I. N. Byer- aud wile
vs. Ai'C Wheatly et si., sitiiatetl in Maury
fcotintv. Tenhessee. anil bounded m folmu-s:
Besinnlng'at the1iottii-l-esl cortier oflract
ill P. M. Halcomb's line in the lane, oppo
site the north end of an old fence, and nin-
ninti south W'iUi Isaac L. Howards line,
lvl,' eoieR'and Iiiibs to the cehlrepf double
ranches'a birtxeldei-ptijntei-; tliepce up the
. eiiii'ti soiteti .h . ease 1 (".u-s e. ..it. i.ji tt ti.
ie braneh: thonoe up the right-hand fork
or proog sot t'n 48'i", east 8 pole-; theuce
south Hi'.; , west 7 poles und 0 links to
stake; thence south 42 east : pols and 10
links to a stake; thence Dorth 88 '.4', east 8
pole-s to a stake; thence m.rth 78' 4 ', east, 17
p.llee and ljnks to ilieenfe t.t' tee la.vls
lord to HO la the teennfe ot tie tl anclir tnotioe
south 2tl , east W- poles and Id links to "a
steke; th nee south 2-. w-st y poles arrd 5
links to a large hickory. Isaac L. Howard's
corner in J. M. Ai'en's line; thence wllh
wa;d A"ep'2 I'.ne north 8!", east 47 polts aid
ttiilnais'to a stake, from vni-o south i',
eastat-PSJj lltsks'lsah elm p.duter, 1r L. 1.
M iiers line; I hence wll h said' My era' line
north 4V, east 50 p' les aud S links to a sugar
free rtomer; th"ce south 8n e-nst 41 poles
o' link to a stake, Iigm wni.;n emitn zp-.
t at l MnTis'ls a IrQxeld'pr jHHnrr, a plr--per
Of Mrs- Amis'vilwer IP h-P- Myers'
linui liHiifiowim ttitfdowt-r line noit'i 5 ,
ill, tabl Jsjptil-eaud 211iuKsio a stake lu
ajis. Atiklssoiio "line; Uie bee with her line
north 88 , west 117 poles 11 links to the be
ginning, contaiuing 177 acies, 1 rood and 3
D. LancLreth i Sons
A full supply of
Always on bad a full slock of
Medicines, Faints, Oils, &c.
T. E. HAI1TS
Januaiy 25, 1878.
Carter's Creek, Maury Co., Tenn.
'I a i- exercises oi this schooI will open on
K tue rim jttintu)' in rrnrnary, ntu. is.h,
under the Professorship of H. O. King, who,
with the hearty c.j-operatiou of the patrons,
proposes to build up a School unou a iter-
maueiit basis, and encourage pupils to learn
writ, wna.1 iney ao learn.
Oreat pains will be taken in the moral
training of those entrusted to the care of
Ibis School. The heart must be educated as
wen as Ihe head. Oood discipline will be
Board can be had In the best families in
the neighborhood at from S8.00 to 810.00 per
Hates ok Ti itiox:
Fii-st rtiTisi-in Orthography, Reading, Pen
mat slop. Primary Ueography and Ariti
metic, tri.oo ier month.
Mtoui! liitisiiin Aiil 1 1 met if, English Gram
mar. t.eography. History. ComDosition
Ac, ?2.(Xi per month.
'lliinl 1! tisitin Higher Arithmetic. Ele-
rr.enlaiy Mgebra, English Orammsr, (con
tinned.) Natural Puiio-tiphy, Lntin Gram
mar, (l.iuaham,) 4c, Sii.On per month.
Kntirth llirisiim latln (cemtlnued.) Greek
menial ami .itorat llltl istiiinv. loale. A lire
u.a, uwuicuj, utt:., ffj ter moutu.
Terms ok Payment.
One-half of the tuition will be due at the
miutne oi tne present Siussion and the ie
in 10 nder at the close ol the .Session. Special
arrangements can De maae py indigent par
:j.i-f iet t.it3 tuitie.il ell I neir CII1IUI en.
l'upns charged irom the tune oi adin
sunt, tor no less time than oue mouth lie
du -tioii only in case of sickness or more
than two weeks duration. Real aud lasting
good to the scholar rti lines regular at 1. nd
I M I LU on Monday, the 25th day of Fcb
ruaiy, 18.8, at the door eif the court
house, iu Co.umbia, Tennessee, orTer for sale
lei the highest bidder, lor casn. free from
the equity ol redemption, the following de-
st-noett parcels oi laud in Maury coutitv
itnnt sset: A tract In district No. 8. and
bouudeti on the north by the lands ol
l-ltigli liryson: east bv the lauds of Wii.iani
Hnckitby; south by the lands of A. Burkett;
west by the lauds of the estate of W'll lani
Hunter, tlec'tl, being the land lately owned
by James VMUlauis,
A lot in Mt, Pleasant owned by John H.
bomi, aud bounded on the north and east
by the lot of Mrs. E. M. Dickson: south bv
me i t. en ei. t toss: wo I py Main 1st.
r fcbruary 1, 1878. D. B. COOPER, C. & M
y. , ii. ..'i.. j '.-iiwr. ell puitUMSI
wl 1 be fetjifired Ui e'J.6cuie htteu ii'llb. go
Recurlty, and a lien retained on said Ikntl J
T. N. Figuera vs. A. C. Carter, et al.
RY virtue of a degree of the Honorable
Cltanceiy Court, at Columbia Tenn.. ren
dered at the November special term, 1877, in
the alio ve styled cause, I will ou the 4th
day of March 1878. at Ihe I 'ourt house d' or.
iu tlie town ot Columbia, pioceed to oner for
sale at public oni-cry, lo tile U gliest and
best bidder, the follow lug described tract or
paicel of land, located In the 1Mb. civil dis
trict of Maury County Tennessee, about two
miles we-st of Columbia, on the Hampshire
pike, and bounded on the north r-y ihe
lands ol tiray P ebb, d-c'd.. and on the
east by the :ands ot n-e estate of I D. Myers
Uc-c'd., south i y the Hampshire p'ke, and
eki bv the lands of Thomas H. Williams
and containing alK.tit 401 acre, kaid iind
will tie sold on m creiii oi one aud two) ears.
Purchaser er uteuers to execute no-p
will" approve.1 seeitriiy: ami sold snhleet
to the li'e e.stteot Al ra.fi. 11. She og; bear.
Ing 1 derest from date at the rale of six per
cent, pel annum. Ortleiexl that pub! icatioit
tie mude iu Ih-j Columbia HeitAt.o ami
Jan. 25, -78. I). 11. C(MI'EIt,(', M,
Bids upon the above descntie.l trnct. 01
land w.ll lie started at the sum oi $1,413; that
Is lug the ad valued bid ol R, J. Ogilvie. Tho
party bidding will be required to pay in
cash the amount of their bid Into lUls tf-
tice, and If no bid is insde ove that oi R. J
Ogilvie, the sate will b confirmed to him
W.N. COW DEN,
cibik bcpseiss Court.
Nashville, Tenn., Jay. 17, ibi'S. r r '
Mann Dawson vs. Heniy A. Dawson et al
TT appearing from affidavit filed m this
Xcuise, that the defendant. A. IS. Dob-
Lias, whose residence is unknown. Jessie
A. D-wson, a pltizeu pf Mississippi, and Ja
cob H. Dawson, a citizen of the estate ot
Ai k-tnsus. are non-residents of the s-r.ale of
lennessee: it Is theretore ordered that they
e-ui.er ineir appearance Herein Dei ire oi
within the first three davs ol tne. next term
pi the Cuuuecry Court, to be held at Colum
bia on the tlrst Monday in Anrll next. 1878.
and plead, answer or U pinny to cpmplain-
ut s oiu, or iue same will be taken ror con
fessed as to tltem and set lor hearing cxpar-
ti'n iurtnttMiy m initi oruer be iiiiu-
"t i" tutu o.ui.euuiive weeks tn the
a d and Mail.
eh: uaiy 1, 1878. D. B. COOPER, C. & M.
Bv virtue of an execntlon, to me directed,
from ilieildn. Chancery Court, at Lewis
i.urir, Tenn., at Its November term 1877, in
favor of Ezra Hardison, et alt complainant:
nd Frei Harmou.el al eieiendantt will se 11
nr basir, to ihe highest bidder, at trie Ooun
ITou-e n Columbia, on the 4t b day or March
18T8 all the rignt to -the clafm and interest
Nancy C. Hardison, one of tUe rlefeudants.
has ttr, and o.'the lolldwine desc.rib,ed tract
ana piu i t utnu, tmtf u in i ue tuue ot
Tennessee. Maury County, 25lh civil dis
trict of said county, and bounded as follows:
lo wit: Ou the nenh bv the Ail son land:
South by W. K. BillingtoD; West by the
Homestead; East by said Nancy Hardison,
eontainlDtf fifty acres, be the same more ot
less: and levied unou as the Droery ol
6B.UI Mi-s. tany taiutsoo, o tratitfiy I said
execution and costs, yale in lawful hours.
limn, Stives, ie..
South-west side of the Public Seoar. In the
house formerly occupied bv the Bank of
Columbia, where he proposes to ofter every
thing in his line at prices that will
Will bo done to order.
ESTABLISHED 1850 !
Kooflng, (..uttering, and everythinsr per.
tainlng to his line of business on better
terms than can be had elsewhere.
Ii. JI. Ait well can be found at this bonse,
and would lie tl;.d to have all bis old
friends cull upon him. nov2-77-6m
JaS. V. BROOKS, Machinist.
l'HOS. J. WALKER, Traveling Agent.
ISroous & Walker
We respectftil'y invite the attention of
the citizens or Columbia, Maury and ad
loin it ik counties that we have opened
Sewing Machine He pair Shop. We can take
any old machine, put in new parts, where
necessary, all the latest Improvements, and
make it as good as new. to the eleiight and
sat is action of owners, and at a very small
J. V. Brooks has had fifteen years experi
en ct in the manufacturing and repairins
of oil kinds ol Hewing Machines, and wil
give satisfaction or no charge made.
Ouns, Pistols anil Docks repaired. Key
fitted, aud all kinds of light machinery re
paired with neatness and dispatch, and
Vt e kef p Machine Neetf.es, Oil and At
tachments. Oive us a call.
Correspondence with the country solicit
Agents for the latest improved Wheeler
and W ilson Machines.
Office Fleming Block, Dr. Shrppard's
oiu stano, opposite first r resnyterian
unurcn. t.arucu street, Columbia, Tenn.
Tlie TTall Term
B EO AN
SEPTE3IBER THE 3, 1877.
Circulars staling course of study, and oth
er particulars, v iii ue sent on ap)Uiction
10 hev. ui-.o. lit-CK MT, Kector.
rulv!3-ly. Columbia, Tenn.
D. A. Cralz.
W. J. btrayhorn.
CRAIG & CO.,
Grain and Produce Merchants
Have opened a large Ware-honse at the
I nii'U Depot. They have ample storage
room, ana solicit, consignments, orders
promptly and satisfactorily Piled. A fresh
supply of Family Ureiueries always on
hand, PI the very lowest price, (one and
se us. octtj-iziu.
Carver & Horn's .
HOG CHOLERA REMEDY.
A certain, effective und prompt cure, nnd
a sure preventive of the spread of the dis
ease. Price s2.tHi a Package, containing suf
ficient to cure twenty bogs. Save your bogs
at a cost ox oniy ten cents a neiifi.
A. J. JA 11 l-.li LU,
sept7-ly. Nashville. Tenn.
ThisiSth day of January 1S7H
W. A, AliEAANDE
FOIl (iOLD GAiinitERiSl
FOll NATIONAL BAXKEIIS
FOIl TIIE FEOn.E
FOlt ALL PURPOSES
''or which money is used lutercbangaSi'e at
par with Ljold and tj lver, in a sufiicieut
quantity a ' o troiuulc iudustry. invite itt
lgratiou and develop the icsoUies of the
country, Is what the
' CINCINNATI ENQUIRER
Claims'is the only remedy for the ills
biouhl upon the country by Dealsiatiou
and JvHws, enacted mr the benefit ot a
.Vionttnl Ciass, and tho oppression ot Etbor
Ooverumeitt Credit su -tains our Bonds for
the neuetil of the wealthy, let the same
people who sustain
For the benefit of tho
Ihe ti iveruineut.
IVUly Enquirer, per year S12.IK1
Weekiy Eutiuirvr, per Jtait, J.lo
Free of )ostage.
tseitd for specliuen copies.
FAtflAN l Mcl.KAJf, l'nbIlshrM,
TTAVISU this day suggested the Insol
II vei.cy of the estate of J. I). Hag-dale.
deceased, to the Clerk of the County Court
of Maury county, Tennessee, notice is here
by given lo all persons having claims
against Said estate to tile them duly authen
tici.t -d wit l said Clerk ou or before the 7tb
day of August, 1S7S, Icr prorata distilbution
or tuey win pe iorever Darrea.
J. K. RAGSDALE,
February 1, JS78. Administrator.
TTAv ING this day suggested the insol
XX vency of the estate of Leroy Philips.
deceased, to the Clerk of the County Court
jl ilaury couuty, Tennessee, notice Is here
by given to all persons having claims
agaiusi said estate to me mem duly authen
ticate-d with said Clerk on or betoie the 1st
ouy oi august, 1B.8, ior prorata dlsirlbutiou
vi lucj wen uv iorever uttimi,
A. 8. GODWIN,
February 1, 1878. AdmluisLrator.
TTAVING this day suggested the Insol
-li. vency of the estate of .Samuel Kagsdale.
Maui y county. Tennessee, notice Is herei.v
Ki.i. " n i i. i w 1 1 m iihviuv riit'in. ul.ui.ili
said estate to (lie them duly authenticated
witu sa'o cierk on or betore Ihe JXin oi
.1-1 i. jo. a, tor prorata distribution, or they
li. A. ROCNTREE,
January lgth 87S. Admin Utrator,
TTAV NU thin day suggested the inso'
j J.A vency ot tlieeslate ol James F. M(K.re.
d.-c d, to he Clerk of the Comity Ceurto
Maury conniy, Teunessee, notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims against
n.id estate lo file Ihem duly an heniicaied
with B-iid Clerk on or l-e'ore the i'.lfi day of
V ay, ls7S, for prorata dl-itrlbutluu, or the
will be forever barred,
D. J. INGRAV,
January sr,tl 1ST. Administrator.
Glad Tidings to the Afflicted!
Liniment universally acknowledged as
the most renowned iilck cure ever brought
befoie the public in the Nlneteeenth Cen
tury, for the perfect cure of both
MAN AND BEAST!
This popular and great hep.'.ing vtufy so
long need by su'-'eiiiig bmuanity, is giving
unbounded proofs of its merits by all hav
ing tested its unrivaled powers, and oy
rHOl'.HAMW, In all cases claiming it the
most pei-verlul remedy and quick reliever
DIAK0jJ3 0L possessed
The Eest Con ceil traced, Healing Pj-operttps,
Quickest tjcientilig Arts lor 4m, n 4elibf,
.iiost vom 001 eu teeiiuii.eu rvecessiues, as a
LI 111 men t f..r HAiW A'1J EEAMT, ever ln-
trtMluced for public benefit. Iliose suffering
who will use Ihis Linime nt in time will be
con vinced that It is a sure cure for Rheu
matism, Neuralgia, Il.uises, Hpralnn.
Hwebings, Burns, t:uts, Felons, Tumors,
Piles, Injured Limbs, Hcalds. Gout, Dlp
tneria, Sore. Throat, lootliache. Headaihe,
Insect Rites, s'Jts. Colij, Hptj-iU-ifrrrr,' tto.,
CUKJi for teweeii v, Uint bones, Strains, Cal
lous, sjlnins. Colic, Bolls, Wiudgall, Poll
Evils, Cattle and Hheep Couiplalule. - n(,
genernldiseastsiusi auu mauT otller
..c.jons ot bolu .Man auu tieasi.
DIAMOND OIL Is fO- sale by T. B. Rains,
Druggist, Ccluinbla, lenn., iielnj yffli rp
commemieii by all Itrngijiula, Uiyslcians,
and evtry ocr wbrf bai"uRed It. Price "0
cents per brittle. Prepared by W. F.. FA
GAN & CO., Philadelphia. Branch othce:
Indianapolis, Jnd. nov-"-iy.
Wholesale and Retail Agency
For the world-renowned Pianos of
Together with the Nation's favorites. Bacon
A Kerr, Bacon & Raven, Haines Pros.. J. A
C. Fischer, and the "Model piano, (Arlou
I'iano Co..) at prices from S175.UU upwards.
orKraa for Churches., Lodge aud Parlor,
from the eel bra ted makers, Mason & Ham
lln, Bnrdett, New England Organ Co., and
G. A. Prince A Co.. all having first-class
Medals and indorsement of tue .Musical
Profession and public In general. Prices
from ttu.00 toViOO.00. 'ono petil ion in gen u
ine (not oogus) lost rumen ts met with prlc
and terms to su 1 11 e times.
Nbwllinueforilii) million, at one to
ten cent per page first-class authors.
Largest assortment of Italian and other
Strings, aud Butall Musical Instruments.
Eastern dtsoouuts to (schools, the Profes
sion and Bo ik btoren.
Correspondence solicltoil. Catalogues
sent on application. Music mailed iree.
WTtit Proprietor respectfully announces
I.tgbtedt Lrnst Piano, (aucoessors to Llshte.
.svwm.u . arwiuurf, Xfie foiiowinic ex.
plains their position:
Madison, Ixd, Dec. 27. 1878.
To the Editor ifu.nc Trade lievietv, N. IV
Will you please send me those back num
bersofyour Review, which contains the
exposure of those lraudulent Pianos, which
hear the name of good old makers.
This country is being canvassed by drum
mers. wno try to oaim otT these Kood-for-
nothing Instruments upon the unsuspecting
public, aud far iters especially, as a real,
genuine so-aDd-so's make, fraudulently
producing the old genuine makers' price
1 !bih, auu asaiiig irom itfiir to eigni nun
dred dollars for these bogus Instruments.
Now the public is made aware of it, and
these scamps arrested, the belter. One of
my young irfend-i paid SI50.00 for a Lighte
A Co.'s not worth over 8150.1.0, and I .hear
the Brad fury is Just the same if not woise.
Please put llsh this In your able Journal
aud save some of those who are about tube
J. Mekkkll Jaltson.
(The Lighte a Co. is a Irand Lighte
Ernst make the ouly genuine Lighte I
an os. Beware of all brad bury Pianos: many
of them are made by Hale, Hardman aud
others Ed. M. T. R.)
Other correspondence can be shown n
posing bogus piano, with other catco names
by applying 10 to union, bireet. Nashville
J. A. nct i i Ki:.
J. M. GRAY.
J. H. FALL
K B MAN
Til? ' m m mm? m
CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE SOUTH,
To which they invite tho attention of.th.. T,
E'iT Agents for li. V. A very & Sons' rVl.-lr;ih-,l
Ifleineiits. Full stock oh hand. Send for Circular.
tlct 1 4-
THE HALF-SESSION OF THE
V1U begin Doit
Monday-. yanuary 28th. l78
s- Kates of English Tuition tram 81 to
! per month, according to advancement
Unusually good advantages are liv-rtd in
Music, Drawing, Paiutlng, Languages
euuviugi t IU.
Wm. A. Smith, Pit. P.. M. p.,
Jan. 25, 178- Secretaiy.
e have in btock a firl-cla.-3 assort
Also Harness from
$12.00 to 100.00
Onr work Is first-class: the nrlcrs lower
than the same kind of w..rk can i.o bought
uortn 01 e out inula. KUli K lUKl'l.N
Dealer in all kinds of
Persons In town will uva monov Kv ).
uk e ine i.it tie uouse Around the Lor
ner." where everrtiiinir nneH.1 tnr tt.. ta.
ble can be bntl cnotpi r than elsewhere, and
ttiiw from ine country do tlie same, ami u .
so barter their presluee or receive cash from
ns for an vthimr thev wish t soil ur- v..
uunitu street.. seol 1 4-1 v.
IIQUHENTS AND TOMBSTONES
All of the best Italian Marble.
I, also, have the latent styles of designs.
All work as cheap as can be done elsewhere.
Manufactory on West Main Street, near the
Jno. J. Mc'G-avock,
Com mission Mercliaiit.
And Wliofenalc Dealer in
IMPHOVED FARM ACHINERY,
Seeds, Fertilizers, Etc.,
Nos. 02 and 04 .Soiitli Market Mitt t,
Tho l;iirist hiitl most fonijilpfe sttn-k of Ae-riciiltiiml 1 iiiili-ment inn I l'arni
Mac-hinrry to k found in thf South or Wi-sl.
Tho l.irfiost stork of the most carefully seloi-tcd Field Seeds of every kind, lit
lowest priees for e:ish alone.
Full stex-k of Pure Fertilizers etinstantly on hand, nt low ju iees.
Consignments for Sethis ami Country lYodin'e solieititl. Sple-nlil faei!ilie
for Storage, and eharres very reiiHonulile.
(iive us tt trial lK-fore you purchase elsewln re. Sati; fa -tioti ;iiariitiMl.
Correspondenee solieitetl. tmv. lO-TT-Om.
V. It. Mc FAHLAND.
WM. 11. DA H It
MAN' UFAtTL'IiKHS AN 1) UKALEHM IX
MOULDINGS AND SHINGLES.
ALL KINDS OF DRESSED LUMBER
CONSTANTLY OX HAND.
Oiik-e and I'laning Mill No. bl North Colle;ro and J.W North Cherry Streets
N.vsiiviixi-, Tkxn. novl'-ly
VAN S. LINDSLEY, M. D.,
Gives his exclusive attention to tho medical and surgical
treatment of the diseases of tho
Eye, HJxr, Tlioat ctioLd Nogo,
No. 0"i, Corner of Church ami Sumnier Streets, ( Iji-stairs, )
NASHVILLE. : : : : : TENNESEE.
GIERS ART GIL
No. 45 Unio:i Street. NASHVILLE, TENN.
The uiitleriifiietl havlnir nnrrhne'l
Will of the U I K1H A H r U ILEft Y,
fin entire atoelr. worklmr insfriirneiita ami ...w..l
WonM reKli.f -l.fllll v a ti nun tie., tti-.t. ttt. tnliv .....i.....
etl and 'leiei niineJ to nianiiaiti the reptihif Ion of the PH:a)illthiiii'in. at tho 1-1 li.S I' AHP
fiALLKKY i'l the H mt n.-i n "etit'ew. All liu provm.-nM In pnoloi aphy are ptouiptiy
atJoptetl, ami all our wuik guaranteed lo give hi llviact Ion.
July 20, lS77.-ly. SueceM.tor Pi Carl C. leri., llec'J.
W. K. DOBSOU,
Church Street, Corner South Cherry
DECORA TO IIS,
With Dcnsou Brown,
No. ol) North College HI., - NASHVII LK
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Look i I t;;--(e "s.-'e.si
Doiiiei ami tlsh Stands,
Curtis, Tassids ami Nails,
Chair Cain ami
Pictures of nil Kinds,
NO. 38 UNION STREET,
Ik tweei; CeJiegw and Cherry,
NAMtlVJLJiK, - - TENN.
il I I ,11111
Jas. II. Brautly, Proprietor.
Ha vlnt; an Iniiiit'iix. Klock, loul Itelre it
lrona ol re.ne,nK , we ollei ki. mI It.l'l -TIONH
In all th phiiiii.-iiIk. in IttB.-k t Huh
mere, Alpart-ii, I liiin,.. n, dw,lniel.i
Sioe-k aptH:ial Itai'tiiiliiH are nil rt-tt. Avail
yourxelvea of tl.U ommrl nnil v l.e L-lvlnuiia
an early call.
L- FRANKLAND & GO.
NO. 1!J li.Nlt.lN riXKKKT.
: : Tennessee.
ITelson House !
tiT IyKiklii-tilassos jnit in fthl
frames. Old Pictures aud Frames lle
GoYinent Claim Agency.
Now Is the time to file your Claims lor
Bouuty, Arrearsand Pay, Pension and Ar
reara. Warof lsl2autl istil. Ail Claims for
property taken by the lexJeral army during
the late war. anil carrying the Mail belore
the war. collected with the usual Ulapatch
Persons from a tllttance can cornmuuicate
with theundersisued. All business alleuu
ed to proruptJv. QaSce under Herald and
Mail, No. UJ North ilain Stieet.
March lt-77-ly. J. L. wiLjO.
L. Moore it al., Complainant, Ewiog
and Akin, et al, Defendant's X Bill,
T appearing from affl-iavit, filed in this
caune, that the defendant, John L. Moore)
Jr., is a non-ie-i'Jeul oi tne btate oi lennea
fee. It is therefore ordered that he enter
bis appearaiiee.-hereiu, belore or within Ihe
first threw flays of the next term ot the
Chancery Court, lo be helit at toluic bta on
the Hist .Monthly in April next, 187M; aud
i lead, answer or eiemur to complaint s A
hill, or the wtiiie will be taken for couiesneu;
is to bira and set for hear. r.gex-parte. Aud
that a copy of Ibi order be published lor
four consecutive weeks iu the Columbia
iiKKALD AND MAIL.
IJ. Ii. riMlt'Klt, U. 31.
Jar .25, 78. T. P. FLKMINej, 1. C M
S Atlmmiilrator or lienry l-usall, dee'd.,
I am timoelletl t- collect no Lne html-
uess of the firm of ICl-all A ileF.weu. and I
HKlr all Dxrties lutlebte I to the lirin hv nota
jr acroiint to come forw ird in ihe next ;io
laysaiid ue-llie, or ineir account will be
iuCeel 1U tlie tiaiiu.- oi i unrjtr.
r?. u, r a nt'i'.w t.x,
J.tn. 1-S 1-"S.-Jt, Atlmiiiiairator.
H. V. BASSETT,
Mays & Dodson, RESTAURANT I
A ND ICE- CREAM &'A L O OX,
NO. 4(1 UNION HTRKET,
Nashvillo. i : Tennessee.
HATES $-2.00 VEIt DAY.
We also have a Tjtvery Stable onnncted
wnn ui e uonse, wi;u new ami eleaul turn.
outs, which will be lurulshud promptly hv
applying to us rroprietors. jauil- 7-lf.
Porter, Bryan &Alford,
'lioltsale Dealers la
TOBACQO AND CIGARS
Proprietors of the Ceiebi ated
"PORTER RIFLE" CIQAR.
V. F. TUCKKR.
J. T. & W . F. TUCKER,
Wholesale and Retail
o o ers
1)I Chiireh Street,
Commission Merchants nashville,
- 1 Auu. l.-iin.
Qrjlumbia, : : ; Tc tint usee.
Dealers In cotton and all kinds of produce.
Liberal advances made on goods tn siore.
Titcomb & TowJlt,
Ai the OU Statvt, Corner Suulh it'tin St.
anil iuWc &eare,
New York, Paris
T.K. WiUHteail. ji. o. w ini.t ad,
T. K W1NSTEAD & CO.;.
ISMtlers in Faahlouable
Boots, Shoos, Trunks, Valises.
Uinhrellas, Truvt-ling l.iirs, &e
No.7.N. Cherry St.,oppoHlte Maxne'a trom
NASH VII.LK, TKNN.
JJO KUItTHKIl ICt.SK Foil
with thoo who prefer Its bi-ln the former
color, p. W. Ureeiihulge's, Naauvlile Teuu.,
doenot Ktimtne hair; dispenses with tlity
peeessily for chain pooltijr hy kt-i i.iitii ,
hair ami scalp nlee ami clean, whii-ltwilli
xaveyou more money than lite lt.....ru.i
celsyou;ls an extensile tlresKing; nlcelv
perfumed; Kpeedll Icnores giay Imlr Iuin
lornterco oi ; eleaioen I i.e. hea l of all tluu
tlrtitl, llt liiiiK. t.titiit.r. el.- i, i. .... ,.i. .......
of the hair; preveuu Its lalliiiK oft, and reu
tiers it soft, slow-y and more latitniil luau
ever. Hold ul the very reawjiiui.i.. t,.i.- .r
50 Cents Per Bottle.
The iK ttlt-K hold as Iniirli as the dollar hot
ties ol other kinds, and the uuslily Is uuai.
auteeti eiial lu ail i.-k .-utn to any iu um..
as tiothlug but nil Ictiy hiHi-e-laMH arliel.-a en
ter its com Kmltitii. ilve 11 a trial, aud It it
tails lo satiny you. he mrt lo return it anil
icet your money. Ihiiii More, uorlh-iefc.
corner public square, Lilx rai iIIm-ouuI I.,
dealers. For hu(u Iu oltiiiihla by Nal
-CAN BE FOUND AT
Draper and Tailor,
No. if7 Nortli Cherry St.,
RKAI. KHTATK liltOKKIt, I N'KUR Nl'F
.III (lelii riil A...l 1..'... . . V
No V,i huich SlreA". MaxHHIlrh:
vllle. it nil '5 iives peroi.l atiei.il,,,,
loall bi.Hl.ies, eilrtist,-.! Io ,,!,.
chee.lt. ly answer all inquiries It. r. ard I I
this section f l ei, uesaee, lis M.il climate,
health, advautaK.es, etc. ' 'aug 7-Ty '
J. R. UUJST, M.D.,
Physician and Surgoon,
NA.SU V l M-K, TESS.
1 1 lK ll H reels.
IN.' t 'I