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Edited by W. A. Smith, Ph. D.
WERE I A 31 AS.
Were I a man grown, I'd stand
Wlih a elrnn heart, fouI aud Land,
An honor to this land.
I won'd bo (rood and tree,
I would not smoke acd chew,
As many grown men do.
And thf se two lips ol mine
Should never tasie of wlui.
Though It may glow and shine.
No wine, no beer, net ein,
No ale, no rum with.'n
Each drink. lurk shame and sin.
Anil I'd not swear. Ah! when
We toys (jrow info men.
You'll see lino manhood then.
For wo shall le and do
J list what I ve said; and you
Had better try it too.
Drops of Water.
Y were ;lal to meet Jim
on the street a few clays ago.
leeii Mick,l!it lias recovered.
Maury Lodge of Hood Templars Jiad
ji glorious mccliiiL', in Columbia the
lioth inst. Of the twenty-two brethren
ineseut we notice Jlros. J. G. liailey,
Kvan Y. Pillow, W. C. T.; Sum Wat-
kius.I. C. T.; Charles Jordan, O. G.;
Sam Shirley, I.(f.; David A. Gee, W.
M.; W. C. Sheiiard, W. Chaplain; J,
Ji. WoodMde, F. S.; William Shirley,
Treas.; Iee liailev. Ilro. Cook, a visi
tor, liro. Jirooks, Secy.; Joe Edwards,
mid David Goad. This lodge reduced
the initiation fee to fifty cents for gen
tlemen, and twenty-five cents for
ladies. I lie quarterly dues are now
twenty-live cents for gentlemen and
fifteen cents for ladies. liro. Evan
Young Pillow made a nice sjieeeb,
niton his installation as Worthy Chief
A distinguished Maury Countian
says that many years ago, the Masons
came to Columbia and told the people
(hat all of them, who could raise
twenty-live dollars, might leconie
members of their lodge. Then the
Odd Fellows said, you can join us for
ten dollars. J Jut, lastly, the Temper
a nee men came along and said, you
can be a Good Templar for a dollar.
This pretty well exhausted thematerial
and the Temperance society, though
the cheapest, is worth all the balance
l ave mil t'oiuicil, . I-. l ., had a
celebration the night of St. Valentine's
Jiro. Levi King is still searching out
what the Bible says about temperance
Mr. Franeis Murphy, the head and
irontoltiie .uurniiy movement, re
cently lectured in Philadelphia, on
The Beauties of Temperance.
The persons who lately signed the
Murphy pledge have commenced to
.i'liu the Good Templars. Such action
is praiseworthy, fjct all of thein fol
low the example.
This is the anniversary of George
Washington's birthday, and we feel
very sure that, the father of his coun
try would 1k very much gratified if he
could ri-e from his grave and see what
good men and women are doing for
tin- cause of temperance.
I lev. A. Templcton recently made a
tempera uce sp( eeh to Cave Hill conn
cil. There will be a Murphy meeting in
the Cumberland Presbyterian Church
this evening, at seven o'clock. All
P.eiijani'm Franklin w:
and one of tin tn-st t at
acter was that he was
s agood man,
in his char
Ml. Zion Jjidge 1. O. G. T., was or
ganized Nov. '1, 1S77. Ollieers: J. L
iSedlx l rv, W. '. T., (J. W. Ihishton,
W. V. T. and W. 1 , .1. W. Stew-
ait. W. Sec. W. T. JIadley, W. I
See., S..1. .Ind.I. W. Treas., P. II
Souihall, Sr., Y . ('., G. . I itgtr-
al.l, W. M., S. If. ScdlKiry, W. I. (i
John lavlor, . ().;., .Miss i.uev
Sedberrv, W. I. M., Mrs M. R. Sed
Un v, W. A. Sec, Miss V. It. South-
all, W. L. S., Miss K.
It. II. S., Miss Klizu 1
MemlK in: Win. T. Wilkes, Jt. J.
P. Goad, A. J). Soiithall, Messer Vcs
tal. Pen Ik n Owenf William S. Alder-
.lohn A. Sed berry, A. J. Harbi
.I.C. tied win, Mrs. C. A. South-
Mrs. Susan GalloMav, Miss Fan
Alderson, Mis Lucy I,, Setlberry,
. M... JtNid, .Miss Iillie Owe
The By State Taken by Storm How the
Women Monopolized the Seats in
Springfield to the Exclusion cf
Those Who Wished to Beform
The Brand Eesult.
Special Correspondence of the Times.
Spkixcjkiki.d, Mass. Jan. 22.
Temperance lJeformer Francis Mur
phy closed this evening such a series
of ten days' meetings at the City Hall
as Springfield never lefore witnessed.
At every meeting the hall was jam
med, the attendance averaging fully
.'$,000 people. 4o) signed the pledge
as circulated in sections among the
crowd bv the lecturer' lieutenants.
Overflow meetings were held in sev
eral of the churches last Sunday even
ing, :;oo names U ing taken at Grace
Methodist Church, where Edward
Murphy sjioke; ana indeed, the Meth
odists seem to have "got the power"
above other religious uodies in their
zeal for the cause, as well as crowding
in to enjoy the temperance meetings
to the exclusion of the unregenerate
who needed Murphy infinitely more.
And just here a comment on our well
meaning hut thoughtless temperance
women is . pert incut. The first half
dozen City Hall audiences were most
ly women who, after wrestling in
prayer with God to lead the roar
drunkard to Murphy and often second
ing the same with personal efforts,
flocked in shoals to the City Hall
themselves instead, monopolizing the
lest seats and tlms turning away hun
dreds of genuine inquirers. For in
stance, 1 know of a "brother" who,
catching tho infection, boasted his get
ting a good seat every time till his
friends shamed him out of it, but the
women why, you might as well""try
to talk the stripes off a barber's pole as
to argue with them. Tea rights and
temierance lectures are their "pet
holts." The newspapers sat on the
business alter a wluie, out only m
faint-hearted way. Mr. Bowles would
have settled the nuisance quick with a
pointed editorial, but he was on Ins
death-bed. However, the better sense
of the male community finally exert
ed its authority, and then the butcher.
the linker and tho candlestick-maker.
the bummer, the beat and the fallen
came in to le refreslied, increasing the
number of singers trom three hundred
on the 14th to seven hundred for last
THE FIRST MEETING.
Murphy began Sunday afternoon,
the 13th, at the City Hall, accom
panicd by his son JOdward and.Eecles
Kobinson, who had charge of the re
cent work at Pittslield, and assisted
by two "sweet singers in Israel," Mr.
and Mrs. Wilson, of York State, and
a choir of selected local lights, under
Musical JMrector Amos Whiting. The
city ministers were on hand, with an
audience of three thousand jieople (of
" remarkable resiiectaluhty, " of
course,) hundreds of people liein
turned awy. I make no mention of
Murnhy's liersoiial appearance, as
Philadelphia folk have heard him and
know his peculiarities. The staple of
his talk, here as elsewhere, was jer-
sonal experiences, told m a greatly
taking way, and with good words for
the Cathofic societies that practically
disarmed the hostility or the local
J Jouiish clergy. He advised his Irish
converts to sign the pledge with their
priests rather t.ian with him and
steered entirely clear of the sectarians.
Five hundred signed at the first meet
mg. J he priests objected to the pray
er meeting element in the campaign
in which" the Methodists were so
prominent, and especially tne singing
of Moody and Sankey hymns. Jiut
the priestluKid themselves of the
Springfield diocese have leen so de
relict in working up temperance
among their flocks, that very many of
tin- faith nvu heartily glad .Murphy
has come, though chary altout ex
pressing their sentiments. At the
lcxt two meetings No people signed
one man panning out a half full jxx-k-et-pistol
of whiskey to the speaker
witli a longing but determined look.
The meetings were consecutive ova
tions, a big thing in this "hard" locality-
SOME KE.M All K A lil.K OASES.
Itemarkable cases of reformation
greatly aided Mr. Murphy with active
influence. O. W. Child, a local jiaiii
ter, drunk oil and on forthirteen years
and just out of jail, told how, niter re
forming at Hartford he had fallen on
coming to Springfield, -m whose noble
IejK)t was flanked on every 'fide by
saloons." lint the big surprise party
came Saturday, the l!)th, when with
seven hundred signers was Kdward
Foote, the oldest son of Homer Finite,
one of Springfield's most wealthy and
influential citizens. Only his father's
liosition ami money has kept Foote
out of the gutter. For two years he
has lioen a great thorn in the family
side, drinking often as many as thirty
nine glasses of brandy and water in a
day. lie had separated from his wife
and his steps were papully taking hold
on hell wIlcii in a skeptical and (wast
ing mood he "went to hear Murphy."
He remained to pray. With the as
sistant local editor of the Springfield'
I, citnfficati r oote signed ami took the
blue ribbon, and the spirit of the Iord
has so t iKen hold of iiim tliat he is
graduating Into a temperance lecturer
of the lirct water, whose efforts for the
tippling and make their business more
respectable! The lucidity of this logic
is something startling.
When nine o'clock comes, as a gen
eral thing, it Is time for the lodge to
adjourn and for the members to go
TURBIHE 'M WHEEL
UUARAJfTEED THE B EST.
Bank of Columbia,
December 31, 1S77,
Notes, Dills, Honda, etc.,...
Kami tore account,..... ,
Casn aua Bank balances,..
Capital Stock,..: 9 50,000.00
undivided raonw, fiO.lltt.lM
Stout. . Mills & Temple,
Manufacturers ami Proprietors.
ALSO, Flour and Pa
per Mill Miicbinery,
and General Mill Fur
nishers. Larue Illus
trated catalogue sent
tree on application to I
iout, .Mi us s Tem
ple, Dayton, Onto, or
C. P. CECIL, Cashier.
W. P. INGRAM, President.
I 3. W. S. Tttdley, I. L.
8. W. Fltzpatrick, J. J. " iuih"".
W. A. Wilson, C. puranoerryf
Titcom!) & Towler,
Ai the Old Stand, Corner Suuth Main St.
and Public Square,
.1. .1. L.1PSCOMB
Breeder and snipper of
Brsi Laad a&l Water
Eggs for hatching in Season. Fowls for
ale at all times. Prompt attention given
to all orders and communications, which
are respectfully solicited. octl.1-77-ly.
Fancy Goods Eiiiporinni,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
KID GLOVES, FANS, ETC.,
105 FOUTH STREET.
Bet. Market and Jefferson, Louim-ille, Ky
JUST RECEIVED !
JOHN T. TUCKER.
W. F. TUCKER.
Hi mill J. T & W. F. TUCKER,
' Columbia, Tenn.
Wholesale and Retail
li. A. Glenn, Administrator, vs. N.C
soh, et al.
Y virtue of a decree of the Honorable
ChaDcery Court, Columbia Tenn.. ren
dered at the October term, 1877, in the above
styled cause, I will on the 4th day of
March, J8, proceed to oiler for sale at the
Court House door in said town of Columbia
to the highest and best bidder,at public out
cry, the remainder interest, of the home
stead and dower, heretofore laid off and set
apart to the widow of Ezra HardLsou. dee'd.
In the following descried tracts or-parcels 0t
jana in me .om civil district, ot Maury
county Tennessee, and bounded as follows,
lo-wii: x ne uouirawau including tne man
sion and out-houses. Beslunlnic at David
Laveudf r's south-west corner, on the centre
of the pike, thence with his line south W
east 31.40 poles to a slake in the Jane, cedar
post; thence south 24 ', west fifty-six and
C4-1U0 poles to a stake: thence south 81'
west 32 poles, to the centre of the turnpike;
Lueui-e norm 10 mus, wj a siaxe in me cen
tre of the pike: thence north 8-VJi . west 41
poles to the centre of Flat Creek; UieDce up
said crerk, noith t) , east 8t poles; thence
south h(j east S3 poles, to the centre ef the
pike; thence loutu 3J, west 34 aud 40-100
poles, to the beginning. Containing SO
acres; and also the dower tract, bounded as
follows: Beginning at astake, it being tne
Hiium-east corner 01 tne nomesieau lot;
thence north 2-4, east 5(i and 04-100 poles to
a staite in the lane, cedar post: thence south
88", east ;." and 48 1UU poles to a stake, W. A.
William's corner, in said David Lavender's
south Dmindry line. Thence south 2 west
ib and 80-luu polts to a stake, liackberry aud
cherry posts; thence north 2'.. . east 17 aud
M'-1U0 poles to a stake, ash post; thence west
.2 poiesio me oegmniog; containing ntiy-
mur im) acres, in aiicoruaining eighty
lour im) acres, .ald land will be sold on a
credit of nine and eighteen months; pur
chaser or purchasers will be required to ex-
ecuie noies wiin good security Dearing in
terest from day of sale, and a lien will be re
tained on said land for the payment of the
pnrcna.se money notes, uruerea tuat pnbll-
canon ne made in the herald and mail.
Jan. Z-j, -78. D. B. COOPER, C. M ,
W. P, Ingram vs. A. J. Fly, Administrator.
TY virtue ol a decree of the Honorable
JJ nancery Court ot Columbia, Tenn.,
rendered at the October term. 177. In the
above sty.'ed cause, I will on the 4lh day of
rtiarcn, 6, at the court Hone door in the
town of Columbia, proceed to otter for sale
in KHid town to the biehept and
best bidder, at public out-cry the following
described tiact or parcel of land, situated in
district 11, Maury Couuty. Tenn., on Duck
Iiiver, aud bounded as follows: Beclnnlne
at a lare red-oak on the south bunk of
1 hick Kiver. the north-west, corner of u.
Whit Kluxer's land: sout h ISO poles Sir. west
to a stake, O. Whit Kinser's sonth-west
corner; thence west 30 poles aud 20 linhs to
a stake; thenc:: south with said C. Whit
Kinzer's w-ot boundry line of his Mocker
tract, to the centre of the Columbia and
v llliaiuspoit road: thence west with said
road tostakc;thence norths poles and y lick
to a set stoue, eastof the dwellim:; thence
east IS poles and 8-10 polts to a et stone,
Lit.'ur inv uuru: iiiencenoriii irl poles to a set
stone, thence west Oil poles to a set stone.
near 1. .1. Dursett s south-east corner;thence
north llatids-io po'cs to a stake: thence
east h" poles to astake; thence north 5i poles
to a stake, on the south bauk of Duck
River; thence up sid river with (U mtaud.
eis to a lynu and iron-wood pointers, Leing
the south-west of a ttijo acre tract,
grauied 10 w. w. ( oieinuu; luonce north
crossing said riverS!' poles to a stake in
thesoutn Donndry lino of Martin P.Erwin's
tract; tbenco with said line up said river.
SO3 and 45', east 41' :2 poles to a stake; thence
south, passing said river to a stake on south
1 auK 01 said liver; thence up said river
with its Dieundcrinzs to tne beidnninsi: con
taining about two hundred and forty and
one-half acres Ciin acres). Said land will
ne sold on a credit 01 one and two years.
except the sum or SJoOin cash on day of sale;
free from the right and equity of redemp
tion. The purchaser or purchasers will be
required to extcute notes with eood on-
pioved security, bearing interest lrom date,
and a lien ifctaincd lor the payment ol the
piirchase money notes. Ordered that nubll-
cation be made in the Hkiulu and Mail.
Jan. 25,78. D. B. COOPER, C. (fc M.
Commission Merchants !
North-east Corner Public Square,
Columbia, .: : : Tennessee.
Dealers in cotton and all kinds of produce.
Liberal advances made on goods in store.
U. B. McKcnnou vs. P.C. Wade, et al.
BY virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court, at Columbia Tenn.,
rendered at the November special terra, 1877
in the abovesty led cause, I will on the 4th
day of March, 1878, at the Court House door,
In the town of Columbia, Tenu., pro
ceed to offer for sale at pnbiic
ont-cry to the highest and best bidder, the
following described tract or parcel of land
to-wlt: A tractor parcel of land situated In
the 14th 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 the
south by the land of John K. Foster, and on
the east and north by the land of Oeorge
iv Inzer; containing eighty-three and tliree
fourth acres-(e'4 acres . Hatd land will be
sold on a credit of twelve and twentv-four
months, except the sum of (75) seventy-five
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 lien will be retained on said land to
secure tbepayment of said notes.
Ordered that publication be made in the
Herald and Mall,
J an. 78. D. B. COOPER, C. S M.
A fall supply of
Always on had a full stock of
Iledicines, Faints, Oils,. &c.
T. B. BAINS,
January 2a, 1878.
Stand from Under!
Geo. C Taylor, Administrator,
Matthews, et al.
vs. J, A.
BY virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court, at Columbia Tenn., ren
dered at the October term. 1S77. in the above
styled cause. 1 will on the 4lh day of March
1878, at the Court House door, in said town
or Columbia, proceed to oiler fi.r sale, at pub
lic out-cry to the highest and best bidder,
the following described tract or parcel of
land to-wlt: A tract or parcel of land Ivlmr
uuu uciuk in lire um civil uisrrici, Ol Jlaury
beginning at a stake, Charles Brown's I
south-west corner; thence wet t with Elisha
i'unen,s line 10 a siaKe; inence a north
westerly course to said pun en's corner;
Ihence with Hansom Lunham's east
oouudiyto his north-cast corner; thence
north to a sugar-tree at Host's South-east
corner; thence east with sant Hose s south
boundry to Brown's north-west corner;
thence south with said Brown's west
boundary to the beginning; and containing
by survey, eighty-three acres and one hun
dred and fifty-two poles, 1S.3 acres aud 1,"2
poles). Said land w ill be sold on a credit of
six, twelve and eighteen months.
Ordered that publication be made in the
Herald and Mall.
Jan, 2o, 78. D. B. COOPER, C. tM.
THE SILVER BILL AVILL SURE
LY PASS !
F0BTI ItiRS EEFOni THE PUBLIC.
BE. O. HSLANE'S
Celebrated American .
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
colored, with occasional flushes, or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
cheeks ; the eyes become dull ; the pu
pils dilate ; an azure semicircle runs
along the lower eyelid ; the nose is ir
ritated, swells, and sometimes bleed ;
a swellingof the upper lip ; occasional
headache, with humming or throb
bing of the ears ; an unusual secretion
of saliva ; slimy or furred tongue ;
breath very foul, particulai ly in the
morning; appetite variable, some
times voracious, with a gnawing sen
sation of the stomach,at others, entire
ly gone ; fleeting pains in the stomach ;
occasional nausea and vomiting ; vio
lent pains throughout the abdomen ;
bowels irregular, at times costive;
stools slimy ; not unfrequently tinged
with blood ; belly swollen and hard ;
urine turbid ; respiration occasionally
difficult, and accompanied by hic
cough ; cough sometimes dry and con
vulsive; uneasy and cJisturDeu sleep,
with grinding of the teeth ; temper
variable, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. CMS LANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
n any form ; it is an innocent prepara
tion, not eatable of doing tlie slight
est injury to the most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. M? Lane's Ver
mifuge bears the signatures of C
M.;Lane and Fleming Bros, on the
DR. C. MCLANE'S
These Fills are not recommended
as a remedy "fcr all the ilia that flesh
is heir to," but in affections of the
liver, and in all 3ilioua Complaints,
Dj'spepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand
without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used pre
paratory to, or after taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative they are un
equaled. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
T h e gen ui ne are never sugar coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the
lid, with the impression Pit MV
Laxe's Liver Pills.
Each wrapper bears the signatures
of C. MVLane and Fleming Bros.
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally
Wholesale and Retail Agency
For the world-renowned Pianos of
Together with the Nation's favoritev, Bncon
& Kerr, Bacon A Raven, Haines Ilroo.. J. Jt
V. 1 lscher, and the "Model Piano, r.Vrlon
Piano Co..) at prices from S175.O0 upwards,
wren n for Churches, Lodges and Pm lor,
lrom me ceiorauxi niaaoro, Mason & iiain
ltn, Burdett, New Eoglnnd Oritan Co., and
O. A. Prince A Co., all having ArKt-clOHK
Medals and indorsement of tho 2Inslcal
Profession and public in general. Prices
from S60.U0 to S300.UO. Competition in ceuu
lne (not bogus) instrnnreo ts met with pries
and terms to su t the time.
Sbwi Music for the million, at one to
ten cents per page nrst-clavs authors.
largest assortment of Italian and other
Strings, and Small Musical Internments.
Kasiern discounts to Schools, the Profes
sion and Book H tores.
Correspondence solicited. Catalogues
sent on application. Music mailed irei-.
WThe Proprietor respectful!? announces
that be has taken the agency for the sale of
ijigniea jcrnsi r rano, successors to hie,
Newton Bradbury.) The following" ex
plains tneir position:
Madisow, Inb, Dec. 27, 1878.
To the Editor ilutte Trade Review, X. IV
Will you please send me those hack num
bers of your Review, which contains the
exposure of those fraudulent Pianos, which
bear the name of good old makers. " "
This country Is being canvassed by drum
mers, who try to balm off these good-for-
Duiuiujf loHirumeuu upon me unsuspecting
public, and farmers- especially, as a real,
genuine so-and-so's make, fraudulently
firoductngthe old genuine makers' price
Ists, and asking lrom four to eight hun
dred dollars for these bogus instruments, "
Now the pnbiic is made awaro of it, and
these scamps arrested, the belter. One of
my young irlends paid SIjO.Oo for a Lighte
A Co. 's not worth over 81 00.00, and I .hear
me iiraa:ury is just tne same if not worse.
Please pnblUh this in your able Journal,
uuu nave some or biiuse wnoare auout to 00
J. SltlillKLL Jai.tson.
(The Lighte a Co. Is a fraud LiRhte &
Ernst make the only genuine Lighte Pi
anos. Beware oi an rsrauoury Pianos; many
of them are made by Hale, Hard man and
others Ed. M. T. K.)
Other Correspondence can be shown ex
posing bogus pianos, with other catch names,
oy applying 10 on union. ireet, asnviile,
J. A. Met 1. IKE.
Mis. S. J. little,
No. 27 North Summer Street, .
NA&llVILLE, : : TEXX.
J. M. GRAY.
J. H. FALL
1QRKIAI & GO.,
CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK H THE SOUTH,
To which they iuvite the attention of tho Trade.
Sr" Agents for li. 1 Avery & Sons' Ccl tr.itpl Mows an.l
piemen t. Full stock oh hand. 8-nl fur Circular.
Jno. J. McGavock,
Commission ISLgjc GJ3.txjJL-t.
And Wholesale Dealer in
IMPROVED FARM -MACHINERY,
Field Seeds, Fertilizers, Etc.,
Xos. (j-2 awl 04 South Market Street,
NASHVILLE, : : : : TENNESSEE.
The Iarnest jukI most complete Mock of AjrriciiHurtil 1 niilciucn(s uml Farm
MiK-hinery to he found in the South or West.
The largest stock of the most carefully selected Field Seeds of every kind, at
lowest prices for cash alone.
Full stock of Pure Fertilizers constantly on hand, at low ju ices.
Consignment for Seeds and Country Produce solicited. Splendid facilities
for Storage, ami charges very reasonable.
(Jive us a trial before you purchasv elsewhere. Satisfaction guarantee!.
Corresjiondeiice solicited. iiov. l-77-(im.
W. It. McFARLAND.
VM. II. DARK
Board K per week; 85
cents per day and
W. M.. McFarland h Co..
MAN UKACTURKIW AND UKALKRS IN
Dr. P. A. BADGER,
MOULDINGS AND SHINGLES.
DENTIST, ALL KINDS OF DRESSED LUMBER
Odd-Fellow's Temple, Church St.;
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Oilice and Planing Mill No. fcl North College and 133 North
l nder Ibis arrangement I will make the
best fitting Pauls la Tennessee, fit war
ranted, for 2.C0. Other work in proportion.
Cutting as usual.
J. Q. KIRKMAN,
COLVM BI A, TENN-
Hotel and Restaurant
(Newly Refitted In First-Class Style.) -
No. 7. Kin bar go St.,
TENN ESS KE.
T. N. Figuers vs. A. C. Carter, et al.
BY virtue of a degree of the Honorable
Chancery Court, at Columbia Tenn., ren
dered at tne JNovember special term, 1S77. in
the above styled cause. 1 will on the 4th
day of March 187S. at the Court house door.
in the town ot Columbia, procved to ofTerfor
sale at public out-cry, to the highest and
best bidder, the following described tract or
parcel of land, located in the 0th civil dis
trict of Maury County Tennessee, about two
miicsnesioiuoiomDia.on tne Hampshire
pi tee, aim oounueu on me norm oy tne
landa of Gray P. Webb, dee'd.. and on the
east by tne lands ot tne estate ol t,. D. Myers
dee'd., south by the Hampshire pike, and
west by ma lands of Thomas il. Williams.
and containing about W acres. Said l ind
will be sold on a credit of one and two years.
I'll i chaser or purchasers to execute note
with approved security: ana sold subject.
10 tne me estate oi Airs. iN . it. isnegog; bear
ing l uteres i irom date at tne rate or six per
cent, per annum. Ordered that publication
be made in tne Columbia cerald axd
Jan. 23, T8. D. Ii. COOPER, C. & M.
LJN J SALE.
To Your Interest!
We have closed out our stock of goods
and we respectfully request everybody to
come forward and settle their accounts.
we sincerely trust our customers will not
lorce us to any harsher measures,
feblii lmi J. L. DUN LAP & CO.
TWILL on Monday, the 2.jth day of Feb
ruaiy, 1878, at the door of the court
house, in Columbia, Tennessee, ofl'er for sale
to the highest bidder, tor cash, free from
the equity of redemption, the following de
scribed parcels of land in Manry county,
Tennessee: A tract in district No. 8. and
bounded on Mie north by the lands ol
Hugh Brvson: evit br the Imuli nf William
Huckaby; south by the lands of A. Burkett:
west by the lands of the estate of William
Hunter, dee'd, oeius the land lately owned
by James W illiams.
A lot in Mt. Pleasant owned by John H.
Bond, and bounded on the north and east
by the lot of Mrs. E. M. Dickson; south bj
the lot of E. O. Pross; west bv Main St.
February 1, 1878. D. IX. COOPEH, C. & M .
ODen dav anil Tilvlit nt. T.uiiviiiA n ri
Chattanooga and St. Louis Kailroad Depot,
Nashville, Tenn. Keeps on hand alull sut '
plT.I?resn Oysters. Passengers will be
called day or night In time for the depart
i ure of all trains. Meals reiul v
of every train. The Bar is fuinlshrd with
the finest Wines. Liquors aud Clirant. Pn.
it to clerks and servanis ara in
at all hours. Ladies' nri
just handsomely refitted.
uvu-om. ltuih.UT EVE3 Prop 'r.
VAN R T.TTsjnT.W TVT Tl
Gives his excluiiive attention to the medical and surgical
treatment of tho diseases of tho
Eyo, Ear, Tlioat and KToso,
No. 95, Corner of Church and Summer Street", (I'i-.stairs, )
NASHVILLE, : .: : : : TENNESEE.
GIERS ART GALLERY !
No. 45 Union Street. NASHVILLE, TENN.
Tlic ir nil Term
SEPTEMBER THE 3, 1877.
The undersigned having purchased
,hltl , would respectfully
the entire stock, worklnir iiiNlritmentH and nooil
will of the UIKK4 ART CiALLKKY. would resoectfull v auiioiiiici; that he Is I ill I v nrennr-
ed and determined to maintain tlie reputation of the establishment as the KiltST AKT
GALLKKV in the .Southern Htates. All Improvements In photography aruprouiplly
adopted, and all our work guaranteed to give sitisiaction.
y m X--i. AllfllM I'UtlPilJ.
Dealer in all kinds of
July 20. l$77.-ly.
(Successor to Carl U. tilers, Dec'd.
Circulars stulius course of study, aud oth
er paiticula is, vi!l be sent on application
to " llEV. GLO. BECKETT, Itector,
Ulvl3-ly. Columbia, Tend.
Country Produce W. K. DOBSOIT,
D. A. Craig
W. J. Stray horn.
Grain and Produce
Church Street, Corner South C
Kicketts and Ilagan v.
Mary A. Ilagan,
T)Y virtue of a
.Mis.M. i:. Owin, Miss M. .'. Ow. n,
.Mis S. 1!. Stewiirt, Mis-Kosette Itush-
lon, Sanili Aim ;slvin, .Afrs. Xiincy
Aldci.-un, Mrs. J',. I" . ,uluili. Miss
r. i'olviii. Miss .1. 1 .irlitsou
Aliove I jrive yon a list of
fiilutrs iinl pi i vale iiti'iiiliei ; we r
ir:ilii.''il with :.Unt twellt V-two lllrlii
I'. M. Sii in A l.i., Sr,
J..'scjili . lirethren mI1 ulin Ur
lvfinj" pieces of silver, hut many a
man jiinsi'ir, lndv and soul, for a
jew drink- of Jirji it r.
He Tared Heracl Sha Pared.
'Hie t i-l-;. . )hii .';( tells this
,-toi v: ! vni ;)t:iiry tiny frill in the
i'Miui that will liic,''' said a half-
lipsy yotin fellow. "J'JI take you,"
-ajd a fresh, clear-eyed yirunjf yirl of
.ev-j.'teeii. Ami in l;al an lin,r he
iwii vr-j-e m il l icl aticl I h i i iir eon-itatu-2ated
hy th jr friends. This actually
occurred oi;Jy a t w weeks ao in the
near vicinity of Franklin villc, in this
-.ninty. The o-etision wn :j country
.1 ii. c; the iarticipants w creii rarter'-
win inJ a f.irnuTs daughter, neither
ol'u liuiij l;: l eh;in;red a word with
teach other bijtil the alsive scene (H--teiirred.
'l'iie Vuiiiitt -fellow hail leeii
liinkiii-, and thou.r1t iu would say
stiniet liinyr "smart" and -l'i)isJi the
,i;ls witli his audacity. 'jJu- gr
iio-v'Ver, had heard that he wax a
';oiti jidlow,'' ami Swiiiii' moved hy
-thttt siiH ivjiicli "will uot take a dart
jf death cmi.e" tjiok hint at his word.
They are now living with the youiiK
fello'w's parents, and tin-stmlj injr each
oilier' character at (heir Jeitfiire.
eause areprois)rtjn;ai to Iim previous
eontlition. lien ou l:u-inir clown tlie
in n, Foote stoxl tip tp ' the audi
enee what he had done the people al
most raised the rK)f with prolonged
aiii)lau.se, cheers and the wavini' of
liaudkerehiefs. And, indeed, Foote'
eon version almost equals tne eon
version oi rNiui of larstis as lar as
impular surprise In contienieil. The
Foote family slept a happy family
that niuht. Mr. Foote has since
spoken with marked ellect at North'
ampton and neiehUirin"' places, re-
eeivin"' a welcome at times iierloetly
overwhelming. An admittance of
twentv-five cents was charjred Tue
ilny, the last nijrht, its the $7i" and
ex'iM'Unuv uuaiant''l Murphy hud not
vet lieen -onti'itmeii, ' I liariincr.
liowever, made no diHerence iu the
i.e of the audience, so Mr. Murphy
will yet his money ami there will lie
cnoii-'h for a nest cir w hen lie eomeu
if;ain in March, ilo savs lie shall
make Springfield his Massachusetts
HOVr i ll l: H O'.'K PKOSI-KKKI).
Ilailv nMn union pruer meetimr
at tne i rimiv .icinotu.si i tnu'cii ljayje
li-itC(l tret tlie ptioltc into a proiK-r
receptive tramc in nuutl lor .Murpliy
hut mostly church folk attcndtsl. I
have yet to hear that these eaLou
Christi.'ins went out into the icij.es
ami byways to irathcr in tne fallen
aud talk to flirm. At Saturday noon's
praver liieetrnjr Murphy and Ins lieu
tenants Moody and Sankey, and
other p-ominent workers, were pres
ent. I. here was a jam, ol course,
mostly of i hiih picmhers, w ho after
wnrtl went home to tell pi tLxcLUjiia
timeand wonder why the poor druiik-
en tinre?eiierat,t on tue streets, whom
they themselves had crowded out of the
way, had not come in to le saved.
There ure religious hojs in this world.
Alum :tnteiniorary with work at
prinirneM .uy;, w us iiusiieil lv
tieneral Murphy and his w, in ail
estern .Massachusetts. At t uJcoik.-c,
;t hijr manufacturiny: hs-ulitv, 2 ini
peonjo -iirneii: at Holyoke, eelehrited
lor Sj4.,itti water iKwer ami jmir
mills, i,ok MtuH ui l"eilield, l.Llni;
rittstield, iMtm; .North AtluniH
tireat Ilarrinrtin, 1,1'uO. lhee, with
names from the smaller places and
rtjtr.'ut'field, make n total of D,(i(R)
weurcra i,( in;.' ;mi- ji;.ion, uue a
mimher, howev er, vf ti.e. an(?tf upu
not rcmtine, notUTHl'ly U tl$ ejtj,
where yotunr "inlckn-'' winilii siin
nearly every niirht under ttctltloua
names, and then drink vile New Fntr
(41 bj rum over the hars to the health
int suce.' of the Murphy movenicnt.
If one-quarter .f si,rt)ers keep the
plcdjje the work will U-'a itt-t'.im'i
Mlcccs.--. 1 lie wholesale Honor dealers
decree of the Honorable
Court, at Columbia. Tenn..
rendend at the October term 1877. in the
above styled cause, I will on the 4ih day of i
iTiuiu i.-ta, iiroiTtreu iu oner ioraaie ai. ine
Court House doo, in the town of Columbia,
Tenn., to the highest and best bidder at
public out-cry, the following described
tracts or parcels or land to-wit:
Tract 2o. 1. Bounded as follows: Heeiu-
uinijoii the north boundary line of Samuel
l.iles tract al a set stone. 'Kl links west of an
elm, marked as a kide Jiue on the south
side; ruuuing thence with said north
tHjuiiUary east, south , east w-j poles to
ine iioriii-easi corner oi saiu trucl in Mays
line; inence vna same aoutn 1'
west V28 poles to his corner; Ihence with bin
line t as , s uth 8.s'4 , east it )oles to Owen
Gritliu's Hue; theuce with the same uth,
south 1'4 , wt st 52 poles to a corner of the
Nixon Unci; t hence with the Nixon line
west, north sy' -vest KSJZ poles to the cor
ner of M. w. L,iles tract; thence with his
lice aud Wui. Liles line north 14S east
11 poles to the beginning; containing 80
a,ci ea more or tea. -
Tiuct ... 2. Ki.Own as the Nixon trayt,
ami is DOUDdeu as follows: Beginning at a
chtuut-oalr, the southwest corner of Sam-
i el Lilt s' tract, and runs thence east, south
ks4 , eust Hid poles to a stake in a laue, Mt.
Pieasaut loud; thence with said road south
ir' .", east 51 poles to line of 4 70-100 acre tract:
tbeuce westi-ame, south 5f'i', west 9,' poles
u mil siuue: inerjee wiin saia iraci wtst la
J. R. Burs vs. T. J. Craig.
J. O. Weatherford vs. S. 8. Dngger.
BY virtue of ft decree of tlie Honorable
Chancery Conrt. ot Columbia Tenn..ren
dered at the October term 1X77, In the above
styled cause, I will on the 11th day of March
into, at ine wun nouse aoor, in toe town
of Columbia, proceed to oilier for sale at pub
lic out-cry to the highest and best bidder,
the following described tract or parcel ot
land to-wit: A traot or parcel of land situ
ated in the fllb. civil district of Maury Couu
ty, Tennessee, on the head waters of Foun
tain Creek. Hounded on the north by the
land of Tlios. i'ulliu aud the lands formerly
belonging to Mary Curter, east hy the laud
of C. A. Tomliusou antl James Moor?, south
by the lands of K. ts. Foster, and west by
E. S. Foster and the land of J. G. W'illiam-
will be sold on a credit of twelve and twenty-four
mouttis; purchaser or purchasers to
execute notes with good and approved
security and a lien retained to secure the
payment of the same, bale free from the
equity of redemption. Said land will be
uqld in one or more parcels.
Jan .2, ?77. u. B. COUPKIt, C. M.
Bt virtne of an execution, to me directed,
from the Hon. Chancery Court, at fiewis
bure, Tenn., at Its November term 1X77, In
favor of Kzra Hardison, ct als complainant:
and Fred Harmon, aU detendant.I will sell
for Ciish, to the highest bidder, at the Court
House in Columbia, on the 4th day of March
1878 all the right to the cialm and interest
Nancy C. Hardison, one of the defendants,
has in, and to, the following described tract
and parcel of land, situated in the State ol
Tennessee, taury County, 25th civil dis
trict ufsaid county, aud bounded as follows:
to wit: On the north by the Allison land;
South by V. K. Billington; West by the
Homestead: East by said Nancy Hardison.
containing fifty acres, be the same more oi
less; and levied upon as the property of
said Mrs. Nancy itarcnsou, to satisfy said
execution and costs. Sale In lawful hours.
This 28th day of January 1878.
W. A. ALEXANDER, Sheriff,
JAS. V. BItOOKS, Machinist.
THOS. J. WALKEK, Traveling Agent.
Brooks & Walker.
Have opened a large Ware-house at the
union Depot. J hey have ample storage
room, aud solicit consignments. Orders
promptly and satisfactorily filled. Afresh
supply of Family Groceries always on
band, Bt the very lowest price. Cone and
see us. ocUi-12m.
Carver & Horn's
HQG CHOLERA REMEDY.
Persons in town will save money by cnll-
iuii anno -uiue House Around the Cor-
jjer, wnere everything needed lor the ta
ble can be had cheaper than elsewhere, and
luose irom tne country do the same, and al-
u uaner tueir produce or receive cush from
n? f,rJfnyt.bln,? they wish to sell. 5- No.
x uamcu oLreet. scptl4-ly.
A certain, effective and prompt cure,
a sure prevenuve oi ine spresu or
ease. Price w.Ou a l'ackase, containing suf
ficient to rnre twenty bogs. Save your hogs
ai u cusi ui uuij icu ceuts a neHti,
A. J. CAKVER A CO.,
sept7-ly. Nashville, Tenn.
Glad Tidings to the Afflicted !
les to a set rock! Ilience aloniz a. rad and
J. Akiu's line, soulh tfJ-'i -. west 89 4-10
poles to an elm. his corner; thence with
Akin s Hue, south 58, west 1.1 poles to his
corner; theuce with bis line north 78, west
103 poles to a stake, bis corner; thence with
his liuttsouth, south 1 west N 8-10 poles to
C.D.Cooper's line; th?nce with Cooper's
Hue west, north 8 , west 02 poles to a
stake per willow, neor a branch; thence
uoi th, north 1', east 7J'a poles to a stake
with two doa-woods aud a beech pointers,
V'ith lettms H. N.. and date 1851 marked on
said bet en; thenre i-et'f , uqr'b I'Vi", west '!
poles to a stake, dog-wood oiulers in the
head of a hollow; thence with Akin's line
north, north , east 00 poles to a stake
with two hiok'ory pointers, Wm. Jjlles' cor
ner; tbence with his line south tw'-i0. east
tl)'., poles to a stake, his corner: theuce with
ins line soutn ifl'4 , east BO poles to his cor
ner: thence with bis line uoith ll', east !'7
iKiles to his corner say :t poles northward
lroiu a bet eh marked fore-and-aft; theuce
with liisiiuesouth 82 .east l poles to west
boiiudurv of Samuel Isles' tract, at a stake
liear edue of road, tueuue south, south 1
west 7 poles to the beginning; containing
ll' acies more or less.
'1 ract No. .'1. Containing 170 acres, minus
JU1, bounded as tollows: Beginning at a set
roun, the north-west corner of a 11 4 acre
Aruoi.) tract; ruunirg
meuce souin idt . east 14 poles ru a si;ijLe
thence south 7.j weblii poles to stake in
lane; Iheooe north 3 lc, east lit poles to a set
rock; t b en oe south 8s1'.. , east 18 poles to set
rock, the place of beginning; containing 170
minus 10 acres.
tract No. 4. Hounded and described as
lollows: Beginning at W. J. Cecil's west
corner of a part of Henry Booker s tract.run
niog north 10 polestoasrakt; thence north
a stake; thence
liortb 67 'J west oOj poles to tha uorth-west
a piece of land sold by G. iy. Iauk
to Jessie Hart; thence south with ' original
survey Hue l(') L'li luo poles to a itjike In the
west boundary line of the original survey;
Ihence soulh .'Ui poles to Johu Uiuguam-s
nortb-west corner; thence east s 7J-1U0
poles to a stake with dog-wood polutets.
said Blunhaiu s north-east corner; thence
south 137 ;&-lu0 poles to a stake with bush
fulTa in same Major's boundary line;
heuoe' nottu xw .ee't .'rV'-loo to the
beginning : eoutartiic p-cu'
tsaju laud '
J. O.Cooke vs. R. M. Cooke ct al.
rYvirtureofadcoree of the Honorable
t Chancery Court at Columbia, Tennessee,
rendered at the August (special; terra, 187:2,
and revived at the October term, 1877, In the
above styled cause. I will, on the 1st day of
April, 18t8, pioceed to sell atthe court-house
door In the town of Columbia, Tenn., to the
highest and best bidder, at public outcry,
the following described tract of land, to
wit: A tract of land of about lour hundred
acres, lyiug on the waters of Big Bin by
Creek, Maury county, Tenn., and adjoining
the lands of Mrs. Elizabeth Rese,U. C. Fos
ter, Samuel J. Stray horn, J. H. Webuter,
Enos Bobinson and E. II. Sellers, and
Kupwn as Um honi place of .John LI. Cooke,
dec'd, reserving (and not selling), acre
tor c rave-yard, aud that part hereto lore
conveyed to Mrs. M. A. Juhni-on. For a
more particular description reference Is
here made to a plat or same now on tile in
theotficeof the Clerk aud Master. Said
plat will be exhibited on day of sale. Said
laud will be sold on a credit of one, two and
three years, except six per cent, upon the
amount of Bale, which must be paid in cab.
Notes with good and solvent security will
be required of the purchaser or purchasers,
beai iuginterest from day of sale, aud a lien
retained toy the pay reut of tlie purchase
money notes. oaie iree irom irom lne
right or equity of redemption. Private bids
will be r-ceived at the cdice of the Clerk
and Master until day of sale, and on day of
sale l4ud started at highest private bid, 11
any has been made, und It uo private bid
has been made, then to the highest bidder.
Ordered that publication be luade In the
Herald and Mail.
Feb. 15, 1878. I). B. COOPER, C. A M.
We respectfully invite the attention of
the citizens of Columbia. Maurv and ad
joining couuties that we have opened a
sewing uapnipe riepair snop. 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 delight and
satisfaction of owners, and at a very small
J. V. Brooks hag had fifteen years experi
ence In the manufacturing and repairing
of all kinds of Sewing Machines, aud will
give satisfaction or no charge made.
ouus, i-istois anu lyocgg repaired. Keys
fitted, and all kinds of light machinery re
paired with, neatness and dlspatcn, and
We keep Machine 5eedles, Oil and At
tachments. Give us a call.
Correspondence with the countrv solicit
Agents for the latest im Droved Wheeler
and Wilson Machines.
- Office Fleming Block, Dr. Sheppard's
old stand, opposite F'irst Presbyterian
Church, Garden Street, Columbia, Tenn.
profi-ss iilensnre at Murphy' i-oininjr.
They it will Jurgely ston coiumou
d laud will be sold ou a credit of nx and
twelve months, tree from the right oretiulty
ot redemption. Purchaser or purchasers
wl.l be required to execute notes with good
j-e"Urity, and a lien retained on said land for
tlfe piifiMeni oj tf" S'ne. Also in the same
case, at the same liiiitrknu plao, the plow
ing described tract of laud, situated in the
l.ith civil district, Maury County, Tennes
see, and bounded as follows: On the north
by the lac.; ol Wm. LJles, east by the lands
oi W. ii. intes south bv the lands of G. W.
tlit es and J.J'. Akjji. $n,i u"et hy the lands
of p.. Copper and times Divls; c-n;ao$
about -ii acres. Said land wlirbesblt on a
trmitui .j; gnj twelve m.Qnths, except the
sum of SJ'jO In cash, w..lcl; ust he paid on
day of sale; tale free from the rlgt tor e.,nil
of redemption. The pm chaser or pur
chasers will be required to execute notes
wlih good security; and a lieu will be re
tained on said laudto st cure the payment
ol aitl aUi. wSle within lawful hours.
Ordered that publluaUou iM'uada lu the
I lei aid and Mail.
Jaa 25, '78. V. B. COOrEK, C. & M,
Order of Publication.
P. Walker, AdruT, and Lewis Bates, vs.
Vxeo. t . laiigre.u.
In this cause an orlainai altatrhment
was Issued and levied by serving a Gnarna-
shpe upon Itowand Hull, who is Indebted
to said Miusiein by nolo, said unpaid note
thereby being attached, and it appearing to
the court that the defendeuU Geo. F. Man.
grem Is a non-resident of the State of Ten
nessee, but a resident of the state ol Texas,
il Is therefore ordered that publication be
made requiring the defendant to appear be-
-o'e in nnuersigneu, ai uis omce iu Colum
bia, ou Saturday, the iulh day of March.
1S78, and plead, auswer or demur to com
plainant's attachment, or the same will be
taken for confessed as to him, and set for
hearing exparte: and that a copy of this or
der be published for four consecutive weeks
in the rolvjrutla Herald and Mail.
W. o.. GOHDuN, J. P.
Moore i Bates, Attorneys. t'ebl6-78
TTAVlN'ii this t
Jl vency of thee
dtjy., to the Clerk
TTAVINO this day suggested theinsol-
vency oiuie estate ot J. u. rtagsuaie,
deceased, to the Clerk of the County Court
of Maury county, Tennessee, notice Is here
by given to all persons having claims
against said estate to file them duly authen-
iica tea wua said cuerk on or be lore ine via
day of August, 1878, for prorata distribution,
oi buejr win uti rorever uarreu.
J. K. RAGSDALE,
February 1, 1878. Administrator.
HAVING this day suggested the insol
vency of the estate of Leroy Philips,
aeoeaseo, lo ine Ulerk of the County Court
ot Maury county, Tennessee, notice Is here
by given to all persona having claims
against said estate to file them duly authen
ticated with said Clerk on or before the 1st
day of August, 1878, tor prorata distribution,
or they will be forever barred.
A. S. GODWIN.
February 1, 1ST. Admluistrator.
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Manufactory on West Main Street, near the
Nelson House !
tPif LookiiiLMjilasses nut in old
frames. Old Pictures and Frames He-
H. V. BASSETT,
AND ICE- CUE AM I L O OX,
NO. 0 UNION STREET,
Nashville, : : Tennessee
GoY'inent Claim Agency.
ivow is the time to rile vour malms for
Bounty, Arrears and Pay, Pension and Ar
rears, W ar of 11-' and 1MJJ. All Claims lor
I property taken by the federal army during
the late war, and carrying the Mail belore
tbe war, collected with the usual dispatch.
Persons from a distance can communicate
with the untlersiant d. All business attend
ed to promptly, otlice under Herald and
Mail, No. North Main Street.
March l(j-77-ly. J. L. WILSON.
Non-Resident Notice. Non-Resident Notice.
uay. scicgrsied (tie iusol-
estate ol Wm. M. Irwin,
Itol the t ounly Court of
Maury county, Ueauessee, notice is herebv
given to all rjersens having cl.cms agaiui
said estate to tile them duly autheuijctited
with said cleric on or before the loth of
An.. ls., tor prorata distribution, or they
Wiil be forever bai-red,
J. M. IRWIN.
February, lith IH76, AdmlnisUat9r.
Mann Dawson vs. Henry A- Daw?on et al.
TTappearing;rrora nffldavlt filed in this
A cause, mat me aeiendant, A. S. Dob
bins, whose residence Is unknown, Jessie
a. utiwson, a citizen oi Mississippi, and Ja-
coo ti. itHWHjD, n citizen oi ine estate of
ArKansas, are non-resident; of tha Hiuie of
lenueuseet iv 19 i-ntre,or ordered that they
uitici tuwi urretu ueiore or
within the first three days of the next term
of the Chancery Court, to be held at Colu m
bla on the first Monday In April next, Js7s,
and ulead, answer or demur to romili,.
hdih uiu, or ue ntitB win tie tasen lor con-
letsed as to mem and set lor hearing expar
te; and mat a copy of this order be pub
lished for four consecutive weeks In tbe
Meraio ana man.
February 1, ists. D. B. COOPER, C. & M, I
. L. Moore ct al.. Complainant,
and AKln, el al, Deiendaul 1
IT appearing from allldavit, filed in this
cause, that the defendant, John L. Moora
Jr., Is a uon-reMueui 01 ine btate or Tennes
see. It is therefore ordered that he enter
bis appearance, herein, before or within the
first luree days of the next term ot the
Chancery Court, to be held at Columbia on
the first Monday lu April next, 17; ami
plead, answer or demur to Complaint's X
Bill, or the same will be taken for confessed:
as to him and set for bearing ex-parte. And
that a copy of this order bo published for
four couseciillve ueelts in the Columbia
Herald am Mail.
D. B. COOPER, C. fe XL
Jan.25, 78. T. P. Eleminu, D. CA M
RATES 2.00 PER DAY.
We also bave a Ltvery Stable connected
with the house, with new and elegant turn
outs, wnlcn will be furnished promptly by
applying 10 uie froprieiors. jaun-. -11,
We bave in stock a firnl-clas
Also Harness from
Porter, Bryan &Alford,
Wholesale Dealers In
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Proprietors of the Celebrated
"PORTER RIFLE" CIGAR-
Having an immense stock, and being de
sirous of red it el uk it, we oiler great KKl UC
TiONS in all departments. In illHt k ash
mere, Alparca, Kliinnel anil I'ssslmern
Stock special bargHlnsare of, red. Avail
yourselves of this opportunity by Living us
an early call.
L-FRANKLAND & GO.
NO. 19 UNION STREET,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
T. E. Wlnslead. R. O. Wlnstead,
K)i Cliureh Street,
NASHVILLE, : :
Hew York, Paris
$12.00 to $100.00
Out work is first-class; the prices lower
than the same kind of work can be bonnut
liortb of Columbia. Kt'HS & TURPIN.
:an be found at
T. E. W1NSTEAD & CO.;
Dealers In Eashlonable
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valisos
Uinliiellas, Traveling Hutf, .!
N0.7.N. Cherry Ht.,opposite Maxwell House
A.B COI'JCLAXD, Siilcunun. JuHB Iy
JJO EL'KTIIEU EXCL'HK FOH
with those who preft r Its bflnif Die former
color. P. W. (Jreeiihalue's, Nashville Tenu..
doe not fium tne hntr; dispenses with tho
necessity lor cliHinpoolm; by keeping thi
hair and scalp nice and clean, which will
save you more money Hutu tbn Kestoratlvn
cowls you: is an extjulslte (Iressln; nicely
perfumed; swetill restore (tray hair tolls
lornier color; cleanses the head of nil titan.
drull, iti-himr, humor, etc.: promotes growth
of tbe hair; prevenu Its falling off. ami pen.
dersitsoft, iclossy and more Iteaiillful than
ever. Mold al the very reasonable irlr t,r
50 Cents Per Bottle.
The bottles hold as imieh as the dollar bot
tles o other kinds, antl the ijuailty Is guar-
""-" in an r-se;rs v any lu use.
as nothing but strictly nrst-class articles en
ter Its composition. Ulve it a trial, antl if It
rails to satisfy you, be sure to return Hand
Ket your mouey. Drug KUire, north-west
vomer puunu stjuare, Liberal discount
dealers. For sale iu
Columbia by Nat.
La Pierre House,
Xo. 37 Summer Mrcef,
NAtiH f'lLLE, . : . TENNESSEE,
1 5) XJEIt:iAV.
B'S?" NrafnoiM and
law ut tin's lntu.se.
Draper and Tailor,
No. 37 North Cherry St.,
HES. E. PLDMMEB,
No. 32 North Bummer Ktreet,'