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Edited by V. A. js.mith, Ph. P.
Temperance lias found its way Into
Canada 1m the tield of CI. Hick
luRii'spri'.scut labors for total absti
nence. Two new fountains of True Reform
ers have Just boen established in thin
ISvito temple held its monthly con
vocation last Monday night; it is a de
lightful place to Mt.
Attorney-General Fussell made hia
Bseond temperance speech to a laage
audience, the other evening.
lA'in l'auifett, lvsu., lately made a
routing speech, to show tho world
why he is a Good Templar.
Judge W. S. Fleming, we aro glad
to see, is taking an active part in the
(Johjk'1 temperance oiMeiublies.
1 he Murphy movement has proved
to be a wonderful .success in Columbia
May the work go on to perfection.
1 wo or three hundred persons have
lately signed the pledge in Columbia,
and the work continues with increas
whom our people
so much pleasure,
Dr. Wright, pastor of the Methodist
Church, made a temjKTance address,
TU,.-. 1 1 . . . 1 , , -.
jiiuir-mu) infill oi last weeK. lie is
an aggressive worker.
Instead of having a regular meeting
the nrtli instant, the members of
Maury lodge assisted the mass-meet
ing in the Cumberland Presbyterian
The ( iood Templar's lodge of Lewis
burg is in a Nourishing condition, and
l rot. 1 . . Dodson speaks of bring
ing temperance more immediately be
fore the notice of the people.
N e lately saw two good ladies lead
a whiskey-drinker to the platform,
wiiero he signed the pledge, to his
own happiness- and that of the large
Read to Cave Hill Council by Rev.
Win. M. "Neelley, and published at the
reii'st of the Council:
No organization save the church is
in advance of temperance; while the
church is saving souls and lifting sin
ners lur heaven, temperance is saving
inebriates from the drunkard's grave,
and preparing them to receive the
gospd. It, like the church, has for its
object the elevation of society and the
restoration of man. Like the church,
it meets with the approbation of God.
Like the church, it meets with optvwi
lion from Natnn, bad men, and, shall I
ay good men and women? .No, but
iiuiike the church. And yet it is true
ihat professed good men do discount
enance "Our ause'' and say that the
church is buflicjciit, when they know
their members are lulling; yea, in this
lightened day, ministers of the jfos
pel endeavor to sliow transgressor
their sins while under the influence of
"strong drink." Away with such
phnrixaical righteousness. Weureglnd
that we do not meet such trong oppo
sition from the inebriate and his fami
ly, but they say:
ifoist ttie temperance banner IiIkIj,
mi i ii in i um-i-ursea laud or ours;
JicHl every wound, stop every sieh.
Then we will see our brightest War.
And brethren for this reason, we aro
banded together; with us we find the
g'Kid and noble-hearted who have
stcpiK'd to the front ranks .and show
.y their words ami deeds that they are
line i" uieir i ion, ineir country, their
fellow -man, their profession and them-
We find nothing in our cause that
is degrading, but, (n tho other hand,
we tind much that is enchanting, the
work that is before us is enough to
bring forth every exertion of soul and
Jmdy. Who can conceive of tho good
that our cause can and must do? Ah!
the good that has already liccn ac
comiilj.xbcd will not lie made known
until we meet in that grand Council
w here ui tear will be shed and no sor
row le felt.
Then let us labor on, and to secure
the object of "Our Cause" Ave must
make our meetings more interesting,
wi th essays, speeches and songs', and
while we hear our beautiful cere mo
nies rehearsed let us look at our pews
inai are ix-occKeu Willi me lairer sex
and icineiiiiicr that much dejiends up-
mi iu-1 iiumciice. us maKC OUT
nail pleasant and attractive. Jx-t us
nlivatea more fraternal feeling. Ixt
jis i jinited, and then wc will sway
i he sceptre over our enemies, and see
ur cauv fold her pinions gently
.iiiiMiim iiu fju-i uram-uiiiiker, and
-vvave iriuinpiiinujy over the head of
Jo on. thru blessed cause to euil,
'niiijiK-ring fte. Hint reslorliK frleud,
'1 he luM Is rtpe ami read v to HUire.
iueworiu jet, will love thee more and
IM'l t .
J know that the road Is rugged and hard,
...n. j .... .1 irnuit!iu)!ijua ricn reward:
lio not slop to thlnkover Hie cost,
J'.ul iuhIi forward tr rUliu ttie lost.
".er leineinhi r .vour bapjiv callinif.
While the nolie ami brave are lal ling
He assured j our work in approved.
And every obstacle will be removed.
IH linn iiiftt is able your pathway to
J-r lie is ever
ueur your sorrows to
Xben wlieu you meet with
J.ook ever lo Ijim Cir j-our assistance,
lie wl 1 lead you nom victory to glory,
AV l.en we wlil .jol.i in siiiIuk the Ktorv
i inn miner nun burnt a oni hum a miuii.
And that we neither touch, taite, norbau-
And when John havthus surrendered,
t our misslou on m th will have ended.
iso uroiiit is ami sister, now bid veuadien.
Many thanks to you, as well as to brother
-or Honors touern d upon one unworthy
And Ku eyou flm u Jauuli, talk, breathe,
Win. M, Nexukv,
m course every one is turning over
a new leaf. It is the favorite past-
uiiic at mis season, and in the al
scnce of skating and sleigh-riding,
it men arc usually accompanying di
ej.-nui.-, nnii ne uciuiged in t a
much greater extent than usual. The
lea! is nut unfreiic!itly a tly-leaf, and
jiertaiuetli to a diary, which all begin
io weep w itu .'i most jjoiiie nniiulsc,
l. u,,, I.....;., ... i
ti-f-iii i cwiiic.u null jjnaiiy
negle t and despise. And the good
icstfiuiioiis, which grift tne .ew ear
when the headaches and remorse for
some mean act sets in, are very re
-rue uevll was sick, the Ievll atalut would
Thul.-vll was well, the devil a sa'tit wu
So it will be with the vat majority
f those who determine to start afresh
with tin' New Year. They will re
solve to be virtuous and happy, and
Ik-fore six months roll by they will If
playing bas'-ball, writing poetry,
r-tartiiig a paper, running for olllce, or
parting their hair hi the middle, just
as if there had never If en a New
Year with its bend riches and heart
aches followed by ood resolves. But
don't IK these reminders discourage
you. The season for good resolutions
has conic, hoy; make them and keep
them. Yon may not hold out long,
but, if they lemain by you for a week
onJv, it will .U better than inakiii!? no
4 tl'oii ai all.
Willlamsiort Ixidge, I. O. G. T.,
No. 2i8, at its last regular meeting
held on Friday evening, the 1st ihst,
installed the following namoa omcers
who had been elected for the quarter,
commencing Feb. 1st, 1878:
W. T. Porter, w. C. T.; JHiss Lizzie
Moore, W. V. T.; Miss Lulie Thomp
son, W. 8.; K. lu Williams, W. F. S.;
James R. Walker, W. T.: Sandie
Channel!. W. t: Robt. F. Moore, W.
M.; ISamuel I'utman, 1. u
3ray, ). 8.; Miss Angie
M.: JerT IVrsett, A. 8.:
Dr. (i. W
, Krwin, D.
; ailss p.va
R. Gray, R.
Howell, L. II. H.; Mrs. M
In addition to the aliove announce
ment, your corresponlent would add
a few words more in reference to our
lodge, its doings, etc.
We are one oi tne oiuesi louges in
the county, anil date our existence
back to tho 27th day of May 187J.
We have still a live, active and pros
perous lodge; and notwithstanding, we
have recently lost, by removal, many
of our good, working members, still
our number is very respectable, and
contains even yet,a full corps of ex
emplary and efficient workers. We
meet regularly, labor harmoniously,
as Good Templars against society's
We feel nroud of our lodxe, and of
our success in having rescued a num
ber from the clutches of the demon,
ami in having made dram-drinking in
our town and vicinity most disreputa
ble. This much in general; but I must
now refer again to our last meeting,
After the installation of the om?ers
referred to. we had the nleasure of
iistenintr to an address by Dr. W. A
Smith, who was present by special re
quest of the lodge. For nearly an
hour, he elicited the earnest attention
and eauer interest of all present. His
subiect. "Excuses for Dram-drink
ing," was Judiciously selected, happi
ly exnressed. eloquently delivered,
and forcibly impressed upon the minds
of his hearers.
The doctor received a formal vote of
thanks from the lodge, and many per
sonal concratulations lrom memtiers,
for his able expose of the dram-drink
er's flimsey excuses, anil patent apolo
gies, for using intoxicating coverages,
We much regret that the many press
ing lalKirs and duties of the doctor
prevents him from being with us
oftener: still we constantly have the
lienefit of his good influence, his noble
example, and Ins glowing zeal to aid
and encourage us on in the cause
we've espouse! and the efforts we are
After the doctor's speech, the bird
sunner was announced, of which all
were invited to partake, and truly w
had a irood winner.
A magnificent turkey, excelentlly
cooked, one of the largest kind, deck
ed the head of the . table, flanked on
each side by nnnroxhnatin.tr bramas
following these were many of th
smaller varieties of the chicken tribe
to which succeeded nartridges, doves
etc.. ad infinitum. The ladies of the
lodirc had appropriately arranged
sufficiency of the nicest bread, crack
ers, etc. to eat with the birds, to say
nothing of the abundance of good hot
coffee they served. Cakes of every
known variety raised themselves in
husre proportions at convenient clis
tances along the table, alternating
withstands of jelly; towering celery
stalks in corresponding receptacles
were within the reach ot all, while
such a variety of pickles, as wa pre:
ent, is seldom seen upon one occasion
In short, the most orthodox am
fastidious epicure, could have found
nothinti to complain of in the entire
table make up.
'The head of the table a most
crracefullv presided over by Mrs. M, K
Gray.and Dr. 8m ith,hy sjiecial request
did the honors of "mine Host."
After sumicr was over an hour was
spent in social enjoyment, after whicl
tiie lodire adjourned, all its inemliers
feclinir lietter, happier, and more
fraternal by reason of our meeting.
F. H. C.
James Bonner, a son of the late
Stephen Bonner, M. D., of this city,
met with a horrible and fatal accident
in Covington shortly after 12 o'clock
ou Saturday night. M r. Homier, who
was somewhat under the influence
limmr -. urmwU.irr fiw. v.,r ,ior.
form of one of the ( ovin'ton and "uu
cmnati cars, conversing with a Mr,
Hewitt and the driver, Mr. Woods,
When on Third street, nearly in front
or the old IsuJl mansion, he lost his
his lalanee and fell under the forward
wheel. Two of the wheels passed
over hl Jjcad, crushing it fearfully,
and causing instant death. The de
ceased was twenty-six yeav fif aye,
and leaves a young wife and one child
The driver. Woods, was arrested. An
JiKutst was held yesterday and the
accident rouml t J?e the fault of no
one. A post-mortem uftenyards made
1 T X . 1 lit ' Al.A
ny itr. ivearns ueveioei me iaei ti.ui
the neck of the deceased was dislocated
J iv the fall on the rail, and that death
enstaoj Jjefore the car-wheel reached
Lonely To-Nlgit, Lore,
Ilusliand traveling Scene 1. Room
in hotel. Spittoons full of cigar
stumps. xSoiirtiou whiskey. All hands
equipped for a night's spree. Hu
liand in a hurry to If otl, writin
Dcarctt Mimic My time is so occupied
with business that I can hardly spare
a moment to write to you. Oh, dar
ling, how I miss you, and the only
thing that sustains me during my
aiHcnce js tne thought that every mo
ment thus spent is for the If uelt of
my dear wife and children. Take
good care of yourself, my dear. Feed
the li by on one cow's milk. Kxcuse
Wife at home Scene II. I'arlor.
All the gas lit. Thirteen grass
widows; Fred from around the corner,
with his violin on his arm; Jim, from
across the way, with his banjo; Jack,
lrom above with his guitar; Sam, from
If low, with his flute: lots of other fel
lows, with their instruments. Dancing
and sinking, sideboard covered with
nuts, fruits, cake, cream, wine, whis
key, etc. Wife in a hurry to dance.
writing to husband:
JHar Iluhfiii J low lonesome I feel
in your nlwcnce. The hours pass tedi
ously. Xoliody calls on me, and I am
constantly thiukinu of the time when
yoil will If home and vour cheerful
countcnaui'C light up the routine of
everyday ljfe. My JtotmL-jjoJi duties
Keep me constantly' employed. I am
living as economical as possible, know
ing that your small income will not
permit of friyoliajs exjfnse. But
now, di-ar, I will say gotst-bye, pr I
will be too late for -die monthly iwi?
cert of prayer. In haste, yours, eh:'.
Another Serloat SUbting Affraj.
Xmv IJmiWlcK, IXH-.iW. I'atriek
Sullivan was Imlgetl iu the county jail
in this city, last night, to await tUeftu
suit of injuries inflicted by him on
William Owens. Sullivan became
intoxicated and ipuarclled witli a man
in a Perth Auiboy barroom. He drew
a knife, and wim ejected from the bar
rooni. As be reached the sidewalk
Owens was passing and Sullivan tal
iM-l 1 1 1 it i m tli roe ii laces, i nil let i lie
serioiM if not fatal injuries.
Dean Swift says that ale was in
vented by the Kfryptian 0i is and
tbe (I'recian Jic-ni, who ' in tbeir
fnimms cxitcditlou earned the recipe
oi it aionir witu mem ami tfave it lo
tbe nations they . visited or suMucd.
Ditxlorus Siculus in piven as the au
thority for this statement. Ale is the
proline parent of a vast amount of
trouble and should hn vc Jm-cii written
Sal Sulcile. .
Christian Dublin, lifty-one years old.
committed suicide lnteyesterdayevcn
ing by hanging himself in a tshed in
the rear of his residence, No. oO Bre
men, between Thirteenth and Four
teenth streets., Dubbs was for a num
ber of j-ears strongly addicted todrink.
Aliout nine months aero his wife died.
and from that time he has lieen con
stantly suffering from melancholy.
A correspondent writes to us from
St. Joseph, Mo.: "The interest in
tne cause oi lemperance, wnicn nas
grown so rapidly and spread so widely
in the East, has at last reached us.
For the past two weeks meetings have
been held every night under thedirec
tioii of J. C. Bonticou, which have re
sulted in the organization of a Wo
man's Itcform Club, and a Bed Rib
lion Ileform Club, composed of alsmt
1, IKK) men above 18 years of ag. An
effort will lie made at once to secure a
club room and give the movement a
R, A. Glenn, Administrator, Vs. N. C.Harde
sob, et al.
BY virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chaccery Court, Columbia Teno., ren
dered at the October term. 1877. in the above
styled cause, I will on the 4th day of
March, 1878, proceed to oler for sale at the
Court House door in said town of Columbia
to the highest and best bidder.at public out
cry, the remainder luterest, of the home
stead and dower, heretofore laid olT and set
anart to the widow of Ezra HardLson. dee'd.
in the following descried tracts or parcels o'
lanu in Liie zom civil uisltici-, ui juaurr
county Tennessee, and bounded as follows,
to-wli: The homestead including tne man
sion and out-bouses. Beginning at David
Lavender's south-west corner, on the centre
of the nine, thence with ms line soma sa
east, :il.40 poles to a stake in the lane, cedar
post; thence south Z'.-i ', west fllty-six and
4-100 poles to a stake: thence south 81
west :S2 poles, to the centre of the turnpike;
tnecce norm i.t poies, to a stake in tne cen
tre of the pike; thence north S."r,'i' , west 41
poles to the centre of Flat Creek; thence np
said creek, north , east 8C poles; thence
south W. east 83 poles, to the centre of the
pike; thence south 3J, west 34 aud 40-100
poles, to the beginning. Containing 30
acres: and also the dower tract, bounded as
follows: Beginning at a stake, it being tne
soutn-east corner oi tne nomesicaa ioi;
thence north 2'4-', east oti and 04-100 poles to
a staare In the lane, cedar post; thence south
88 east 1.15 and -18-100 poles to a stake, W. A.
William's corner, in said David lavender's
south bnundry line. Thence south 2", west
7K and 80-100 poles to a stake, back berry and
cherry uosts: thence north 2! -i J, east 17 and
80-100 poles to a stake, ash post; thence wist
.1 poles to ine beginning? containing nuy
four (541 acres. In all, containing eighty
lour (84) acres. Haul land will be sold on a
credit of nine and eighteen months: pur
chaser or purchasers will be required to ex
ecute noies wnn gooa security bearing in
terest from day of sale, and a lien will be re
tained on said land for the payment of the
purchase money notes. Ordered that rubllr
cation le made in tne llEHAtn and .Mai l,.
Jan. -ih, "78. D.B. COOPEH, C. & M.
W. P. Ingram vs. A. J. Fly, Administrator.
BY virtue oi a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court at Columbia, Tenn.,
rendered at the October term, 1877, In the
above styled cause, 1 will on the 4th day of
March, 1878, at the Court House door iu the
town of Columbia, proceed to olfer for sule
iu said town to the highest and.
best bidder, at public out-cry the following
described tractor parcel of land, sltuaUd In
district It, Maury County, Tenn., on Duck
Itiver, and bounded as follows: Beginning
at a lartre red-oak on the south bunk of
Illicit River, the north-west corner of O
Whit Kiuzer's land; south ISO poles 80 -, west
lo a stake, (J. Whit Kinzer a south-west
corner: thence west o0 poles and 2u liuks to
a stake; theuci) south Tilth said U. Whit
Kiuzer's west bouudry line of his Blocker
tract, to the centre of the Columbia and
Wllliamsport road; thence west with said
ruaii to st uke;t hence north St poles aud w link
to a set sioue, estof the dwelling; thence
east 18 poles aud 8-10 poles to A tpp stone,
rear tne oarn; tneneeuortn ou poles to a set
stone, thence west (i0 poles to a set stone.
near T. J. Dursett's south-east corner;t hence
norm u auu s-iu pores io a slake; tnence
east 85 poles to a stake; thence north 5i inoles
to a stake, on the south bank of Duck
Kiver; thence up said river WlUi its nieund
cis to a lyuu and Iron-wood pointers, Ire-lug
the south-west - of a iibi acre tract,
granted low. w. toieiuauj tueuce north
crossing said river SjiU poles to a stake In
the south bound i y Una of .Martin f.trwiii n
tract; tbeuce with said line up said river,
8!i" anu in . east hk.. poies to a stake: tiieuee
south, passing said liver to a stake ou south
nankol said river; thence up said river
with its meanderings to tne beginning; con
taining auout two nunurea anu iony ana
one-half acres Hi', acres). Haul laud will
be sold ou a credit ot one and two years,
eveei-t the sum of S-.V) in cash on day of sale;
f;ee fv: t$ he right and equity of redemp
tion, l ne iu. via t er pr purcuasers win be
required to execute notes wlia good -
proved security, bearing interest lrom dst-.
and a lieu retained for the pavmentof the
purchase money notes. Ordered that publl
callou le made in the Hkhald and il ail.
Jan. 25, '78. 1). li. t'OOi'KK, C. irfc Al.
Hl-.-ttetta and Hagan vs.
Marj- A. Hagan,
T) V virtue of a decree of l!r,e Hpnorapie
XJ unaiieeiy iiiuri, t v uiumoja, icuu,,
rendered at the October term 1877, la tbe
alove styled eau.se. X will ou tbe 1th day of
Atarcn 188, proceea to oner lor sale at tne
Court House doo, iu the town of Columbia,
Tenn., to the highest and best bidder at
public out-cry, the following described
tracts or parcels of land to-wit:
Tract So. 1. Hounded as follows: Begin
ning on the north boundary line of Samuel
l.iles tract at a set alone, links west of an
eliu, marked as a side line on tbe south
side; running thence with said north
bouudary cast, south 88', east h'j poles lo
ir? north -east corner ol said tract in Mays
Hiiej' Inejo wi'h same south 1'4 ,
m est 12S poles to his corner; thpnpe with his
line ens;, s nth 88'-, east 21 iiojes to Owen
tiritlin's line; theuce with the same s- utrj,
south I1,', west. '2 poles to a corner of the
Nixon tract; thence with the Nixon line
west, north 88;'.4, west 88) poles to the cor
ner of M. W. Liles tract; thence with his
line aud Wm. Liles line north l'r,", east
128 poles to the beginning; containing 80
acres more or less.
Tiact.Jo. 2. Kt-own as the Nixon tract.
and l bounded as follows: Beginning at a
chestnut oat, the southwest corner of Sam-
el Liles. tract, aud uns thence east, south
ss4 .east ISO poles t6 a stake in' iitaa, Ml.
Pleasant roiui; thence with said road routh
lr'4 , east 51 poles to lineof 4 70-UKI acre tract;
tbeoce west same, south 7"?", wwtd'J poles
J.Q set stone; thence with said tract wst 18
poles to a set rock: thence along a road and
J.J. Akiu'a linesouth if"', west WM-10
poles to an elm, his coriiei thenoo with
Akin's Hue, south 58", west 13 poles to his
corner; thence with his line north 78 west
10a poles to a stake, his corner; thence with
his line south, so-.ith 1 , west 83 8-10 poles to
i... i, trooper s line; tn?nce witn exoper s
yne wet, porth S-;-J-, west 02 poles to a
bU pel wi'iony, Tipar tv branch; tnenco
north, nortll lii , east 72( , poe to a stake
with twoilog-woods arid a beech pointers,
u-nii iiii-is li. K.. and date 18Sl marled on
said bttech; thence west, north !&!-.; J. West HI
pules to a stake, dog.u'obd pointers in the
head ofa hollowi theuoe wftb A kin's lln
north, north H , east HO poles po a. Ltake
witli two lilckorv Dointers. Wm. I .lies' cor
ner; thence Willi hlx line south 8"!r, east
Wi1., noles to a stake, his cornel! thence with
his line south 31 v. east 30 pole to nig cor
ner: thence with bis line noith Hi1.0, east UI
poles to his corner say 3 poles northward
lrom a beech marked fore-and-afi; theuce
with i.lsllncsouth 82 , east 111 poles to west
bouudury of Samuel Lilts' tract, at a Hake
nearedj,e of road; thence south, south l;, ,
weF-t7poles to the beginning; containing
181' j aaiis moj-e pries.
'tract JS'o. -1. Containing i'O serc-S minus
111), bounded as follows: Leuiuniugiii a bet
rix-k, the nor'.h-west comer of a 4ft acip
iraci, Knowu :s me wruoiii uaci; ruunirg
.U....nAuf...t It . ... ..tnl...
theucesonth 7;"U, Went poles to stake hi
lane; thence noi th 51, eal-Vpoitts to a set
rtx-k: thencesouth 88'- . east lli po.ea U set
rock, the plnoe of btilnnlug; coutaiuiug 470
minus iixi ut-ies.
tract JSo. 4. Bounded aud described an
lollows: Beginning at W. J. Cecil's west
eorm r of a part of Henry Hooker s true t.run-
nlDgnorui io poiesio a slakt ; met cu noun
1 , west 2.Viti8-lH0 poles to a stake; theuce
north 87 -'. west 303 poles to the north-west
corner of a piece of land soid by G. W. Long
to Jessie Hal t; iuei.ee souiu Willi original
survey Hue IU.; 2D-100 poles to a slake in the
west boundary lips of Ihe priginai survey;
hence south ;J poles to John jiipuham s
north-west corner; thepce east" i'rW 72-lu,)
po ea to a slake witu aog-wcuu puinieis.
said Binilisui's north-east coiner; thence
south 137 32-100 poles to a stake with bush
pointers in samo Major s boundary Hue
thence north 80 ,ea.t H220-1O0 to the
beKiuning ; containing acres.
Said land will be sold ou a credit of six and
twelve mouths, lree from the rich t oreuulty
pf redemption. Purchaser or purchasers
wi.l be reuuei to erecule notes with good
security, und a Hen retains ou said iaud for
the payment or tne same. Also in tne tame
case, ai I lie. same lime and pluce, the follow
ing described tract ol land, situated in the
1-Mh civil district, Maury County, Tennessee-,
aud trtpniiiied is follows: Ou the north
bv the fauiis ot Win. tJin", (t b;' tie lands
of W. 14. l ates, south by the lands ol O.
Catesaud J.J: Akin, and west-by life lauds
rs CVvjper sud James Davis; rontaioz
about 2oo are, fc..-i(d (and will be sold on ft
credit o' six and twelve niunu, e;pt-ii ipe
sum of $250 In csh, which must be i rfld c-u
day of sale; sale free from tbe rtgbtor equity
of redemption. The purchaser or pur
Chasers will be required to exerute notes
jriih good security? and a lien will be re
taipe4 po sifid lirUii to secure the pxyiuent
of said ut8. glJwiihfu iaifiul hour.
Ordered that puuiu:ai4on ue iuhui; rju mp
Herald and Mall.
Jau 20. -7. D. B. CO0PEB, C. & M,
Mann tiau oa v, Jlonry A. Dawson et al.
XT aprearliiglfrrm affidavit uleX Jn this
I cuue, that the di-ttr-ndaut, A. o. l'mb
bin, whose n-sldeuce is unknown, Je."le
. i .ttsou. n cU'-ii of Mls-slsslppl. and Ja-
mh If. lrawi. a fltijren of the S:ate of
rkunsa-i, are tion rcsidcinia of tt;e Hfjjte of
lnu-ss.t: it is thereloru nruerrd thut ihpy
euttr their appearairrce lirreiu before or
within the fiit tsiee days ofthe next term
fest-d oc to t hem aud set lor lieariug t-p;.r.
t..- und that a copy of tins order be pub-
lit - lied for lour custculiva weeks lu the
iit.ratd and JVlall.
Pt" : uary I, : ! CWi'Ell. C. 4 M,
of the t tiHiivri rj v wi w nn luju m
bia oa tiie Hrj-st Moiulxy in April next. lsTS,
and plead. aut;vtr or ii?i"l)r to cpiunlalu-
l i.iil. or thf mtitie will be take lof j,on-
O. li. McKennon vs. P.C. Wade, et al.
BYTirtneofa decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court, at Columbia Tenn,
rendered at tbe November special terra, 1877
In theabovestvled cause, I will on the -4th
day of March, 1878, ot the Court Housa door,
In the town of Co'.umbia, Tenu., pro
ceed to offer for sale at public
out-cry to the highest and beet bidder, the
following described tract or parcel of land
to-wit: A tractor parcel of land situated In
the 14tu civil district, of Maury County,
Tennessee, on Poplar Creek. Bounded on
the west by the land of T. A.
A. Sowell, and Helen A. Wade, on tne
south by the land of John E. Foster, and on
the east and north by the land of Ueorge
Klnser;containinelghty-three and three
fourth acres (SJ'i acres;, bald land will be
sold on a credit of twelve and twenty-four
months, except the sum of v$75) seventy -Ave
dollars In cash, which will be required of
purchaser or purchasers on day of sale.
The purchaser or purchasers will be requir
ed to execute notes with good and approved
security, bearing Interest from day of sale,
and a Hen will be retained on said land to
secure the payment of said notes.
Ordered that publication be made 111 the
Herald and Mail. .
Jan.25, 7S. D. B. COSPEK, C. M.
H. B. Tit coin b vs. B. A. Rogers et al.
BY virtue of a decree of the Hon. Chanca
ry Court, at Columbia, Tennessee, ren
dered at the April term, 1877, in the above
styled cause, 1 will proceed toofTer for sale,
at the court house door, In tbe town of Co
lumbia, Tenn., on Monday, the 11th day of
February, 1878, to the highest and best bid
der, at public outcry, the following describ
ed bouse and lot, situated and being In
the town of Columbia, Tenn., on the north
side of Sixth Street, (formerly Free Street.)
and one of tbe Dale lots: Beginning at a
stake in said street, the south-west corner
of Mrs. M. J. Wright's lot; running
thence with Mrs. Wright's west boundary
line, say five hundred foet, to tbe alley sep
arating tne iJaie iota irom jnaceaoma;
thence west with the sonth margin of said
alley, say on hundred and fifty feet to W.
J. Dale's line; thence south with said line,
say four hundred feet, to Sixth (formerly
Free) Street; thence east with said street,
say one hundred aud fifty, to the beginning;
containing by estimation two acres, more
or less, with all the Improvements thereun
to belonging. Said bouse and lot will be
sold on a credit of one and two years, and
free from tbe equity of redemption, which
right or equity is hereby cut otf ami forever
barrea, li. a. twrKB,
Jan. 11, T8. Clerk and Master.
Matthews, et al.
vs. J, A.
TY virtue of a decree of the Honorable
I IChancery Court, at Columbia Tenn.. ren-
uered at the October term, 1877, In the above
st vied cause, i will on the 4th day of March
1878, at the Court House door, lu said town
of Columbia, proceed to olfer for sale, at pub-
11 ... a.. . . . . 1 .... 1. . ... nn,a I . . . . V. . .1 . ,
IIUVHI-VIJ- iu .lid liluin. nuu ucb uiuuci.
the following described tract or parcel of
land to-wit: A tract or parcel of laud lying
and being in tne tun civil uistriet, oi Maury
County lennessee, and oouuded as to. lows:
Beginning at a stake, Charles Brown's
south-west corner; thence west with Kllsha
Pnllen,s line to a slake; thence a north
westerly course to said Pullen's corner;
thence witli Ransom laugham's east
boundry to his north-east corner; thence
north to a sugar-tree at Dose's South-east
corner; tbence east with said Bose's south
boundry to Brown s north-west corner;
tbence soutn witn said .Brown s west
boundary to the beginning; and containing
by survey, eighty-three acres and one hun
dred and fifty-two poles, (83 acres and 1,j2
polesl. Said land will be sold on a credit of
six, twelve and eighteen months.
Ordered that publication be made in .the
Herald and Mail.
Jan. 2d, 78. D. B. COOPER, U. AM.
T. N. Klguers vs. A. C. Carter, et al.
T"Y vlrtueof a degree of the Honor
I Chancery Court, at Columbia Tenn-ren
dered at the November special term, 1877, in
theabovestvled cause. 1 will on the 4th i
day of March 1878. atrthe Court house door,
in tbe town of Columbia, proceed to offer for
sale at public out-cry, to tne lilgnest and
best bidder, the following described tract or
parcel of land, located In the 1Mb. civil dis
trict of Maury County Tennessee, about two
miles west of Columbia, on the Hampshire
pike, aud bounded on tbe north by the
lands of Gray P. Webb, dee'd., and on the
east by the lauds of the estate ot I.. D. Myers
dee'd., south by tbe Hampshire pike, and
west by the lauds of Thomas H. Williams,
and containing about acres. Said lxnd
will be sold on a credit of one and two years.
Purchaser or purchasers to execute noto
with approved security; aud i-old subject
to the life estate of Mrs. Is . K. Khegog; bear
ing interest from date at the rate of six per
cent, per annum. Uiderud that publication
be made in the Columbia U EiiAi.ro ad
Jan. 25, 78. D. B. COOPER, C. & M.
J. B. McKwen, Executor, etc., vs. Sarah H.
Myers aud others.
BY virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court at Columbia, Tenn-,
rendered at the October term, 1877, iu the
above styled cause, I will, on the tb day of
February, ists, at tne court-nouso ooor in
tbe town of Columbia, Tenn., proceed to
oiler for sale to the highest and bestbldder,
the following described tract oi lanu, situa
ted in the 9th civil district ot Maury coun
ty, Tenu., on little Bigby creek, and more
prlic;;lar?y dea ribed as follows, one tract
eastof said creek: Beginning at a point iu
the oentroof the central turnpike road, tht
corner of said tract and a tract of laud be
longing to Mrs. W. M. Davidson; running
thence north IU", 17 west 81 poles to a stake
in Airs. Branch's line; theuce north with
Mrs. Branch's south boundary line, south
8U . west 70 poles, 20 links to the east bank
of n.iil creek: tbence up aud with said
creek S2 poles to a point in tbe centre of
said prewk; ttiene with the i.en'fre pf said
creek. 21a poles to the north-west corner of
tract of land belonging to Wm. M. Voor-
hles; thence south -, lo, eat Ol poles, 5
linKH Iti a WUIW Itait; luoucg nuuvu -J , J.r,
east -i poles to a slake; thence south 37 ;, 4o',
east 41 poles, 1 link to the centre of said
turnpike: thence with centre of said turn
pike north 20', east i poles; tjenco
north 20. 4-V. east 30 poles; tbence north
3.'t'-. east 1") poles and 2 links; thence north
The other tract west of said creek, and
bounded ou the north by said creek and
tract of land belonging to David D. McFall;
east by said creek; south by said road from
ilolumbia to ill. Pleasant, and west by tbe
lands of the f-Uil McFall, tioutaining by esti
mallon 2 acres, iu all containing 2u acresf
saiu lanu will ue boiu, texoepiing auu not
selling t he Oil acres, 3 roods aud 38 perches,
assigned to Sarah H. Myers as dower; said
dower tract is described as fallows: Begin
ning at a point ou the east bank of Little
Bigby creek, it being J. M. Mayes' south
west corner; running tbence north 80 , si'.
east 71 pol s, 20 links to a stake, his corner;
thence south 1U 17', east 81 poles to the cen
tre of Mt. Pleasant pike; thence north with
...Anf a nr.oi l nlba .nntli i. ,.ul 111 n.l.u
V" ....... ...... u , , - - - mv
and o links; thence south --r4J, west 1" poles
and '2 links; thence south Jfj'i , west 21 poles
to a stake witn blacK anu walnut pointer;
thence north 31". west 101 poles and 12 links
to a wild cherry; tbence north 27'i3, west
i? poles to a sycamore on north bunk of
creek ana thence eusiirrardiy with south
dbok oi inline mguy oreea io ine uegin
ning.iona credit of one and two years.
free from all rights and equities ot redemp
tion. Notes will be required of purchaser
or purcnasers, oearing interest irom aate,
with good and approved security, and a
lien retained on said land for the pay
ment of the purchase notes. Possession will
be gtvpn tfi Jri;rcliaser on tbe first day of
janoart-y, wiin leave, nowever, to en
ter in the Tall of lV7tf, Jbf the purpose pf soy;
January 4, 1877. D. B. COOPER, C. 4 M.
mt i -t a' j
Supreme Court Notice.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that until four
Xi o'clock P. M., Kridny, t-ebrnary 8th,
1878, bids will be received by tbe undersign
ed, at nlsotnce, ror a trac. ot land Hereto
fore sold i the case of I. N. Byers and wife
vs. A. C. Wueatly et al.. situated in Maury
county, Tennessee, and bounded as follows:
Beginning at the north-west corner ol tract
In P. M. Ha! comb's line in the lane, oppo
site the n or tn end of an old fenoe, and run
ning south with Jsaac D. Howard s line,
15!) poles and 5 links to tbe centre of doubje
branches a bo'xelder pointer; thence up the
branch south ot . east i poies to tue torK o:
the biauiihi thence up the right-haud fork
prprig south 48U , east B pole; tbence
titliltj!.. ,west7"poeb and U Units to al
slake; theuce south 12 , east 3 poles and IU
links to a siane: uience norm w .,
poles to a slake; theuce north 84 , cast 17
poles and 4 links to the centre ot the Davis
lord rcadiu the centre of the bianel:: thence
south 211 . east 5i poles and Hi links to a
stake; theuce south '2H-, west U poles and 5
Unas io a large uicKory. ishbc l. xiowaru s
corner lu J. M. Alien s line: tnence with
said Allen's line north 8, east 47 poles and
i-'Jllnhsto a vtake, irom wmrn wutn
east at lH'.-j Ilnu Is tin eim pointer, In L. p.
Mpers llue; thenoo with snld Myers' line
north 11, east 5o pt les and i links to a t-ugnr
tree corner: tbence sont h 8'!-, ca.st 41 poles
a linns io a siaite, irom wnicu souiu zt
west at lo links is a boxeluer pointer, a cor
ner of Mrs. Amis' dower in L. D. Myers'
line; 'iicnce witn tne uower line norm o ,
.v. cast ini poiesanu a links to a stake in
Mrs. Adklsson's line; tlience with her line
north 88 , west 147 poles 11 links to tbe be-
eiunipe, tttDUlnUigl.f acie, 1 rood aud
perer.&s.' - "
Bldt upon the above described tract of
land will be started at the sum of f 1,-113, that
being the advanced bid of R. J.Ollvie. Tiie
party bidding will be reuuired to pay in
asu tue amount ot tueir uia into mis ct-
uiA, auu j. . 4 If IU.LII. i. , t ' i. ; . : i l iv, ,
(bkllyrc, tile tale tviil be couurmed to hli4.
y . - . L(J w ui-.. ,
' Cleric Supremo Court.
Nashyllle, Tenn., Jay. 7, 1S7S.
AVINff this day bupgested the Insol
vency ui tlietvlKLe ol buiuuei ui;silale.
d.. to the CK-ik ol the Uouhty COait ol
Maury county, Xeuut-see, notlpe is liereby
glveu iouii percus naviug ciawiis against
said estate to rile thc-iu duly autlieutU-ated
with said clerK on or belore the lMli of
April. 17S, for prorata distribution, or they
will be forever barred.
It. A. ROI NTREE,
rv lsth lf7. Adimnitratr,r.
nAVJtjU this day fi!";skil Il-.e insol
vency ol tbe estate ol James j.. Moore,
dte'd, to the Cleik of the County Court of
Maury county, Tennessee, notice Is hereby
Rl ven to all ersoDB baviDg cluims ngainbt
ajd cst.it to file them duly authenticated
v.tU calil .rrk of or h,.roi" tbe Aith day of
May. l!7. for' piortth ulstiluutnia, orih
Wtll be lorever tarred.
P. J. INGRAM,
January 8-HU 1H7S. A'luiinistrutor.
Pure Bred Fowls.
f . LIPSCOMB
Breeder and Shipper of
furs Sred Lani anl Water Fcvls!
Kggs friT hatching in
Season. Fowls for
ale at all times. Prompt attention given
to all orders and communications, which
are respectfully solicited. octl3-77-ly.
Fancy Goods Emporium,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
KID GLOVES, . FANS, ETC.,
105 FOUTH STREET.
Bet. Market and Jefferson, Louisville, Ky
D. Landreth i Sons
A full supply of
Always on had a full stock of
D R IT G S
Medicines, Paints, Oils, &c.
T. B. RAINS,
January 23, 1878.
JOHN T. TUCKER.
W. F. TUCKER.
J. T. & W. F. TUCKER,
Wholesale and Retail
r o o o x s
orth-east Corner Public Square,
Columbia, : . ; Tennessee.
Dealers In cotton and all kinds of produce.
itinera i advances maue on gooas iu store.
Carter's Creek, Maury Co., Tenn.
rpil E exercises of this School will open on
JL the First Jloartur la FehraarT, (4th.) l;s,
under the Professorship of H. O. King, who,
with the hearty co-operation of the patrons,
proposes to build up a school upon a per
manent oasis, anc encourage pupils to learn
tveu wuai mey ao learn.
I yrear pains win o-t taken in tne moral
training of those entrusted to the care of!
tills .school. The heart must be educated as
well as the head. Oood discipline will be
Board can be had In the best, families in
the neighborhood alfrom$8.uo to 1 10.00 per
Rates ok Tuition:
rirsi ifiTififi jrLiiuuEii&piiy, reauing, l eu
macship. Piimary Oeography and Aritj-
menc, i.x per montn.
8eeosd Dirlkioa Ailtbmetlc, English Gram
mar. Ueoerapby. iiistorv. CumDosltlon.
Ac, S'J.hO per month.
imni KiTiKion tiigner Arithmetic. Ele
mentary Algebra, English Urammar. fcon-
tipueil,: Kaiwral Philosophy, i,atiii uram
mar, ( Hingham,) o., ta.00 per month.
ronrth ItlrislOB Intln (continued., Greek.
Mental and Moral Philosophy, Logic, Alge-
ora, ueomeiry, arc, cj.-xi per monin.
Terms of Tayment.
One-half of the tnition will be due at the
middle of the present Uesslon, and the re
mainder at tbe close of tbe .Session. Special
urraugemeuis can ue maue oy indigent par
ents jor tuo tuiuua oi meir cimjareu.
Pupils charged from tbe time of admis
sion, for no less time than one month. De
duction only In case of sickness or more
than ttfo weeks'- duration': Real and lasting
good to the scholar requires regular attend
IWIX.L on Monday, the 2th day of Feb
ruary, 1878, at the door of tbe court-
nouse, in t,oiumma, Tennessee, offer for sale
lo the highest bidder, lor cash, free from
the equity of redemption, the following de
scribed parcels of land In Maury county,
Tennessot; A tract in district No. 8. and
bounded ipa the nqrt.h by tbe lands of
Hugh Bryson; east by the lands of William
Huckaby; south by the lands of A. Burkett;
west bv tne lands of thn okijua nf u-iuiom
Hunter, dee'd, being the land lately owned
by James Williams,
A lot in Mt. Pleasant owned by John II.
Bond, and bounded on tho nn.ih ami n.vt
by the lot of Mrs. E. M. Dickson; south by
the lot of E. O. Cross; west by Main at.
x-coruary i, ib0. jj. a. UUOPER, C. M.
TT virtue of an execution,
to me directed.
Court, at Ijewls-
ber term 1877. in
favor of E.ra Hardlson, et alt complainant:
and Fred flrmoti,rt aJs delendant,I will sell
for cash, to the highest bidder, at the Court
House in Columbia, on the 4th day of March
1H78 all the right to the claim and interest
Naiifv C. Hardlson, one of the defendant!.
has In, and to, the following described tract
and parcel of land, situated ln the State of I
trict of said county, and bounded as follows:
A cuucwrc) ...uu. j - " ... i 'i v. i . . u.a- ,
to wit: On the north by the Allison land:
South by y. K. BilMucton: West tjy the
Homestead; East by said Nanpy Hardlson,
containing fifty acres, be the same more or
less: and levied upon as the property of
sii id Mrs. Nancy Hardisou, to sat is I y said
execution and costs. Sale in lawful hours.
ThisgHth dayof Jauuary 1878.
W. A, ALt-VAiM ut.it, wnenii,
Insolvent Notice. 4
HAVING this day suggested the Insol
vency oftheesttite of J. I. Kagsdale,
ue ceased, to tne Clerk of the County
pi Maury county, TeunesKee, notice Is h
by given to ail persons having cia
against sld estate to file them duly anthen
ttuated w in said Clerk on or before the 7tb
day of August, 178, fcr prorata distribution,
or they will be forever barred.
J. K. KAUSUALE,
February 1, 1878. - Administrator.
HAVING this day suggested the Insol
vency of the estate of Leroy Fhilips.
deceased, to the Clerk of the County Court
ol Maury county, Tennessee, notice is here
by 'riven to all persons bavlpj c'.aluas
&i.aitKt said estate to 'n le theMi'duly authch-
ticated witli said ClerK on or before the 1st
day of August, lrJ78, for prorata 'distribution,
pr they will be (oi ty er barred.
A. O. UUlJ'Vi..
pebroary 1, lfirs. jdmiitistratbr.
Order of Publication.
In Chancery at Newbury, Teun,
Susan -li Coker vs. O. H. Belden and K.
TT appearing to ma from complainant's
jt Din, idbi r . i: Liyman is a ae.enuant In
this cause, and Is a non-resident of the
hit ate of Tennemee, so that the ordinary
process of law cannot be served upon hi in:
It is therefore oruered by me thai iinbllcn-
tlon be mane in the Herald and Man, a
newspaper published in the town of Colum
bia, Ten n lor four consecutive weeks, the
last of which shall be at least one week be
fore the nextkltting of the Chancery Court,
to be held at the court-house In the town oi
fcewburg, Ijewla county, Tenn., on Thurs
day, the iMth day of February next, 1S77, re
quiring the sal . defendent to appear and
Clcad answer or deinur to cnmplaipant's,
ill or ihwssiue will be laiten for oonfesed
as to hlra, and set t r bearing ex parte.
Jan. U 1879. Clerk and Master.
bis Large and
Tinware, Stoves. c.
South-west side of the Public Square, In the
house formerly occupied by the Bank of
Columbia, where he proposes to ortsr every
thing In his line at priees that will
Will be done to order.
Roofing, Guttering, and everything per
taining to his line of business on better
terms man can ue nau eisewuere.
I. H. Attwell can be found at this house.
and would be clad to have all his old
friends call upon Linn. nov2-77-tiin
JaS. V. BROOKS, Machinist.
THOS. J. WALKER, Traveling Agent.
Brooks & Walker
We respectfully Invite the attention of
the citizens of Columbia. Maury and ad
I joining counties that we have opened
sewiDi; Macnine rtepnir suiop. we can lane
any old machine, put in new parts, where
necessary, an tiie latest improvements, ana
maue it as goou as new, to tne delight an
I satis'actlou of owners, and at a very small
J. . Brooks has had fifteen years expert
euceintue manuiaciurius anu repairin
I of all kinds of Sewing Machines, and will
give satisfaction or uo charge made.
uuns, nsiois anu XjOcks repaired, iveys
fitted, and all kinds of light machinery re
paired with neatness and dispatch, and
We keep Machine Needles. Oil and At
Correspondence with the country solicit
Acents for the latest improved Wheeler
and w llsou Machines.
Olllce t leraing Block. Dr. Shepnard
old stiunl, opposite First Presbyterian
ennrcn. uaraen street, Columbia, xenn.
SEPTEMBER TIIE 3, IS? 7.
Circulars statin? course of study, end oth
er particulars, will ne sent on application
to ttEV. U1T.U. u.v K. r.ll. liector,
fulv!3-ly. Columbia, Ten.
D. A. Craig. W. J. Strayliorn
A. F. Aydelotte.
Grain and Produce Merehants
Have opened n large Ware-house- at the
XTniou Depot. They have ample storage
room, anu soiicic consienmenis. orders
promptly and satisfactorily filled. Afresh
supply of Family Groceries always on
hand, et the very lowest price. Come and
see us. oct2S-12m.
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DIAMOND OIL Is fo' sale by T. B. Fains,
Drucgisf, cclumbla, J enn.. being well re
commended by all Druggists, Physicians,
and every one who has used it. Price 76
cents per bottle. 1'rerared bv W. E. FA,
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Indianapolis, lnd. iiovirto-76-ly,
Grov'meiit Claim Agency.
ivow is tne tune to file your Claims ror
Bounty, Arrears and Pav, Pension and Ar-reai-s,
Wurof lslaand 11. All Claims lor
property taken by the f ederal army during
the late war, aud carrying tbe Mall before
r no war, collected with the usual dispatch.
Persons f:m a distance cau coiutmnnicHte
witn tue undersigned. All business attend
ed to promptly. Office under JUeraid and
Mall, No. -i2 .Nor tb Main (street.
March lti-77-ly. J. JU WILSON
J. X Moore t al., Complainant, vs. Ewing
and Akin, et al, Defendant's X BUI,
TT appearing from affidavit,
filed in this
X cause, tuat tue deieuaant.
John L. Mooro
Jr., Is a non-resident of the State of Tennes
see. It is therefore ordered that he enter
his appearance, herein, before or within tbe
tint three da; of the next term ot tbe
Chancery Court, to be held al Columbia on
the first Monday iu April next, lsTK; and
plead, auswer or demur to Complaint's X
Bill, or t he same will be taken for con fenced;
as to him and set for hearing fx-parte. And
that a copy of this order be published for
four consecnti ve weeks In the Columbia
I1KKAL.L) and Mail.
D. B, COOPER, C. A M.
Jan, 78. T. P. Flexihc, fJ- C.4 M.
AW Administrator of Henry Edsall, dee'd.,
I am compelled to collect np tho busi
ness of the firm of Kdsall & McEwen, and I
ask all rjarties indebtd to the firm by noLu
or account to oqme lorward in the next 3i
days aud settle, or tneir arcoaots will be
Placed la the hand' of an officer.
8. D. K. McfcWEN,
Jan. 1 IffU.Ht, Ad mluiM rator.
Wholesale and Retail Agency
For the world-renowned Pianos of
Together with the Nation's favorites, Bacon
A Kerr, Bacon A Raven, Haines Bros.. J. &
C: Fischer, and the "Model Piano, (Ariou
Piano Co..) at prices from $175.(10 upward.
MrgrRB for Churches, Lodges and Parlor,
from the eel bra ted makers, Mason & Ham
lln, Burdelt, New England Organ Co., and
G. A. Prince A Cck, all having first-class
Medals and Indorsement of the Musical
Profession and public In general. Prices
from KO.OO to tMO.W. Coin petit ion In genu
ine (not bogus) Instruments met with prices
and terms to sn't Ue times.
Sboet Music for the million, at one to
ten cents per page first-class ant hors.
Largest assortment of Italian and other
Btrlngs, and Small Musical Instruments.
Eastern discounts to Schools, the Profes
sion and Book Stores.
Correspondence solicited. Catalogues
sent on application. Music mailed lree.
"Tbe Proprietor respectfully announces
that be baa taken the agency for the sale of
Light A Ernst Piano. (Successors to Llhte,
Newton Bradbury.) The following ex
plains their position:
Madison, Ikb, Dec. 21, 1878.
To the Editor Muxxc Trade Hevieiv, X.
Will yon please send me those back nuni-bera-of
your Review, which contains the
exposure of those fraudulent Pianos, which
bear the name of good old makers. -;
This country is belog canvassed by drum
mers, who try to balm ofl these good-for-
nothing Instruments upon the unsuspecting
public, and far.ners ' especially, as a real,
genuine so-and-sos make, irauduieutly
produolng the old genuine makers' price
lists, and asking from four to eight hun
dred dollars for these bogus instruments. -Now
the public is made aware of It, and
these scamps arrested, tbe better. One of
my young friends paid SioO.OO lor a Lighte
A Co.'s not worth over S150.00, aud I;hear
tne Jirau nury is just tne same li not worse.
Please publUh tills in your able Journal,
and save some of those who are about to be
J. MtllllKLI. Jai.t.son.
(The Ltgute Co. is a fraud Lighte A
Ernst make the oniy genuine Lighte Pi
anos. Beware or all Bradbury i'lanos; many
of them are made by Hale, Hardman and
others. Ed. M. T. R.)
Other Correspondence can be shown ex
posing bogus piano, with other catch names,
by applying to t3 Union Street, Nashville,
J. A. McCl l BE,
Mrs. S. J. Little,
No. 27 North Summer Street,
NASHVILLE, : : TEXX.
Board $6 per week; 8o cents
per day and
La Pierre House,
2o.37 Summer Street,
NASHVILLE, . : . TENNESSEE,
$i oo xjmi :ia. v.
latv at this bouse.
MRS. E. PLUMMER,
No. 32 North Summer Street.
YASHVILLE, : : TE.XiV
MB llffl, Jr.,
Dealer in all kinds of
Persons In town wtll
lng at tho "Little House Around the Cor
ner." irheiA n.i-rvt.hliiir nmipi in. ti.A in
ble can be had cheaptr than elsewhere, and
those from the countrv do the same, mid ui.
so barter their produce or receive cash from
os ior anyining tney wish to sell. No,
21 Garden Street. eeptU-ly.
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES
All of the best Italian Marble.
T - T., 1. . 1. - 1 . . r
j, niou, iiavo but? ini-i, mrin rii uesigns.
All work a cheap as can be done elsewhere.
Manufactory on West Main Street, near the
Nelson House !
May s & Dodson,
KATES iXJ VKH DA V.
we also have a Livery .Stable connected
with the house, with new and elegant turn
outs, which will be lurnlshed promptly by
allying io me rroprieiors. janii-7-ii.
We have in etook a rirstclabs
J L MP SEATS,
Also Harness from
12.00 to lOO.OO
Onr work is first-class: the urices lower
than the same kind of wnrk ran le ImmikIiI
Titcomb & Towler,
Al the Old Stand, Corner South Alain St.
and Public Square,
J. M. GRAY.
GRAY, KIRRTiM k GO.,
CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE SOUTH,
To which they invito the attention of the Trade
fit-tT Agents for 15. V. Avery fe Sons' Celehrnted l'lown mnl
plcinents. Full stock oh hand. Send for Circular.
Jno. J. McGavock,
And Wholesale Itcalrr in
IMPROVED FAEM MACHINERY,
Field t Seeds, Fertilizer
". 02 and (4 South Market Street,
NASHVILLE, : :
The largest and most complete stock of Agricultural 1 mtlcmcnts und Farm
Machinery to lie found in the South or West.
The largest stock of the most carefully selected Field Seeds of every kind, nt
lowest prices for cash alone.
Full stock of Pure Fertilizers constantly on hand, at low prices.
Consignments for Seeds and Country Produce solicited. Splendid facilities
for Storage, and charges very reasonable.
tiive us a trial before you purchase elsewhere. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Correspondence solicited. ' nov. Kl-77-flm.
W. 11. McFARLAND.
W. BL. EfficiFarlandL cE Co..
MANUKACTL RKRS AND DKALKRS IN
MOULDINGS AND SHINGLES.
ALL KINDS OF DRESSED LUMBER
CONSTANTLY ON 1 1 AND.
Office ami l'laning Mill No. 84 North College and 1:.'J North Cherry Streets
Nasiiviij.i:, Tk.nx. nov2-ly
VAN S. LINDSLEY, M. D.,
Gives his exclusive attention to the medical and surgical
treatment of the diseases of the
ESyo, jnixjr. Tlioat and Noso,
No. !)), Corner of Church and Summer Street, (Fp-stairs,)
NASHVILLE, : : :
No. 45 Union Street.
The iinitfr-iiniird linvlnn lmrrliHHed the entire Mock, worklnc Instrnmcntx ami rimmI
will of the tit Kits A KT (A lI.KRY, would r-ip-rf fully aniKMincn tlmt tin In (ill ly prrnnr
el and lcfpriniiied to inalntiilii the reputjif Ion of tho rKtub11.-liiu'Ut iu thu 1IKSI' AI1T
J Al.LI-MtV in the Houthnrn HlateH. All Improvement lit pl)OUuiuiliy are promptly
tuiopteU, and all our work gnarim teed to give mtlKiuctlon.
W. JZ. AUMHTHONtJ.
July t, 1ST7.-Iy. .Succiwiior ui Carl C. Ulern, tloc'd.
W. K. D0BS01T,
Church Street, Corner South Cherry
With Benson A Brown,
No. 50 North College Ht., NASHVILLE
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Look i 1 1 g-C J 1 linos ,
Bonnet und Music Shuid.',
Card, TiiiwIh and Nail,
Chair Cain and
Pictures of all Kinds,
NO. 38 UNION STREET,
Between College and Cherry,
NASHVILLE, - - TENN.
tif LookiiiK-d'hifsrs imt In old
frames. Old Picture and l-ranie Hc
H. V. BASSETT,
A XL ICE- CUE A M S. 1 L O OX,
NO. id L'ifrlON 8TRKET,
: : Tennessee.
Porter, Bryan &Alford,
Wholesale Dealers In
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Proprietors of the Celebrated
'PORTER RIFLE" CIOAR-
Ml Church Street,
'X'ii j: latuht
ITew York, Paris
CAN BE FOUND AT
Draper and Tailor,
No. 37 North ( hf rry HI.,
J. H. FALL
WM. II. DARK
i'ii(i;m luiiii i
NO. 0 Pl'HLIC StiUARE,
tar w o u l i) v o u
IlavliiK an Immenoe to k, and Mng de
flrons ot rediictiiK It, we ofler xrnil HKlli:t
T1U.N.S ill all depart liient. Jn Jtlnck t'aah
mere, Alpacca, KlHimel and tlasslinern
Hlork special liarKHlns are off red. Avail
yourselves of this opportunity hv alvliia m
an early call.
L-FRANKLAND & GO.
NO. 19 UNION HTItEKT,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
It. O. Wlnntead.
Dealers In fashionable
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises
Umbrella, Traveling BngH, ore.,
N0.7.N. Cherry Ht..ornoslte Maxwell llnrru
O KLIlTUtit KX :VHK t'Oli
Willi those who prefer its Iwlug the former
color, h. W. tireeuhalgts's. Nashville 'J'eun.,
doe not i:um tne hair; dispenses with the
necessity lor cliamix.ouiu bv kHi.imi n..
hair and scalp nioe ami clean, which will
aaveyou more luuut-y than the KeloratlT
cowls you; Is au exquisite drfssliiK; uluely
K-rfunit:(l: peedll restores gray hair tolta
lormer color; cleum-es the hewl of all dan
droll, ItchluK, Ininmr, etc.: promotes Kfowth
oflhe hair; juevculs Its fHjliiia ofl, slid ren
diws It soft, Kiowsy and more la-aullliii than
ever. Hold at the very reasonable prlira of
50 Cents Per Bottle.
I he bottles hold as uuk Ii as the dollar bot
tles ol other kinds, aud tho iiHllty is guar
anteed eijtial lu all respects to any In use,,
as nothing but strictly flrst-clusn articles en
ter Its composition. Ulve It a trial, and If it
falls lo sutlNfy you, lie mire to lelurn It and,
Itet your money. I'iuk Htore, north-west,
corut-r public square, i.lneiai dlscouut lu.
dealers. Ior sale lu Columbia by Nat
RKAI. KSTATE liltl IK Kit, INSURANCI--
nl (l.-ii.-riil Aiteiit, Ians Neollnt-d
So. 76 ( hurch Hlrei t.rTMaxwell Hous... Niw.1,'
VillH. lVnii. f) liives personal atlenlion
ii ci-iniKicu 10 lilm. will
cheerfully answer all Inquiries In recard to
this section ol lVnueMse,! Its soil cTlmanV
J. R. BUIST, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Ofllre Odd-Fellowa Temple, Church and
auirm!"- Itw,'lene-I I'touio a Hi! ,