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r.iiTi:niiY V. A.,Sj;itii,M. l).,rn. D.
It will tarnLsh your glorious manhooJ,
And sove the wild tet ds of dlssrace
Theu why deal .villi tblx terrible danger?
Why enter IbU crime haunted place?
Much better to pas it, a stroneer,
'i'hua Uo J'i holy Inm-- dcfr.ee.
llurh belt, r to girJ on the armor
To fiht life's great battle, and win, '
Than to lay down your all on the altar
That burns In this temple of slu
To strike for the r.'-jht, and not falter
My son, O my son: dou't go lc.
In IJ(K-kftitIe County, Ky., the
Murjljy movciLit iit has been started,
w ithin the ii:-,t f.-v d:iys, uin.1 has al
ready secured nearly fJx hundred
Xo wine, no (lijiloinatic corp?. It
H stated that Washington society is
xcrcised with the fact that up to this
time, the entire diplomatic corps, mule
and female, h:n Ixcn omitted In all
invitations to dine at the "White
House. The cause is believed to Ik?
the trouble about having vine on the
Presidential table, the average diplo
mat regarding wine as essential to the
art of dining, and the executive licing
sternly oppo.-e l to supplying it. Is it,
then, one of the chief duties of f.reign
diplomats to drink w ine at the Presi
J Iter I'min 1'mo.
i far in
(if the 'Ji.tKCMlf
a ins an interesting
J. W.KKlside, of
T;:'. Xne i.tber evening, re
iiiiiTitioii fe''s of a
Tu'c vc P-i'"1' appii(.dtobeiiiitinted
ill':') ?d.uru : lodgo of CJood Tcm
.,i trs, alter hc' igsjiceelies from Kev.
V. (i. llei.oley, X'. U. Smthall, jr.
and the writer, o:f iha evening of the
A Rood la :y speaks Kcrujiwly uf or
gauiing n Rind of Hop.', f-.f temper
"inee children, at Mt. Zion.
lrothcr. who wa
Maury J.odf j of ; .d Templars,
ii-irch -', 1 John f.aniar, W. C.
T. - I. Watkire;, P. W. C. T.;
Mrs. bnmnr. ' A-''- ,'ul"uw'
' i c . i i. ,7""did( V.
Vim. .Shirlcv, Vv T.: J. JMC
XV. M.; Hani'l. Shirley, I. CJ.; J....
"Woodside, I. f;.; Lem'l Padgett, It. S.;
M. 1j. Eddy, T... S.; Joe Edwards,
Thos. Lamar, (ieorge P.iiley, XV. T.
Jiitne, (Jeorge Puilard, John lioler,
Wni. A. Smith, V. C.; .To.-h CJ. Uai
ley. J. C. Murjiiiy was made a Good
Ik-legates to the Convention from
Maury Lodge: S. II. Vatkins, J. 15.
AViKxlside, XV. A. Snuih. Alternates:
John Lamar, J. (). Bailey, M. L. Ed
i!y. llxeelsior Degree Temple, No. Co,
met in Columbia the 1:0th instant, and
after extending a hearty invitation to
all the Cood Tem:)lars in,Maury co.,
tvlni have not done,so toeonie forward
und lake the degrees, elected the fof
l wing ofiieers: John Lamar, V. P.
I). T.; Win. Austin Smith, W. I). T.;
Mrs. Iailore Sn mailt ha. Iamar, "W.
1). '. T.; Jo.s. Fiona parte Woodside,
W. 1). ('.; Joshua (iuesl liailey, AV.
I. S.; Janus Vernon Prooks, W. I.
F S.; Thomas Wilson Lauiar, W. I).
T.; Marvin Lef iran 1 Kddy, W. 1). M.;
and William Shirley, wl). S. The
first Tuesday night on or Ivefore the
new moon is the regular time for the
We are under many obligations to
Jlon. W. C. Whitlhornc for copies of
lii.sspeteh.in the House of Uepn-senta'
tives, on the diplomatic and consular
appropriation bill, deli'.cred March
A Yankee whiskey -head out West,
conceiving that n little powder thrown
upon some green wood would facili
tate its burning.directed asmallslream
upon the .smoking pile; and not pos
sessing a hand sufrieiently quick to cut
this oil at a desirable moment, he was
blown iuto pieces. The coroner thus
reasoned out the verdict: "It can't be
called suicide, for he did not mean to
kill himself ; it wasn't a visitation of
(lod, ljccaue he wasn't struck by
lightning; he didn't die for want of
breath, for he didn't have anything
left to breathe with. It'a plain he
didn't know what ho was about, so I
shall bring iu, 'Died for the want of
common sense.' "
"Voting man," solemnly warns a
temperance exchange, "bewareof the
lirst drink. It is the first drink that
makes the drunkard." With U due
regard for the morality and excellence
of the ad vice, we tire inclined to think
our esteemed co temporary has been
misled fut to the facts. If he will
make n personal investigation he will
learn that the first drink, unless It'n an
awfully, fearfully big one, will not
make him drunk; but alxnit the time
he gets outside of the tenth or fifteenth,
wake snakes, and come to judgment.
The Grand Ixxlges of Gool Tem
plars of England. Ireland, Scotland,
West Scotland, Northwestern, North
ern, Midland, Ixudoii and Wales,
have met by representation and or
ganized a Worthy Grand Ixxlge for
the Enited Kingdom. - Dr. It. F. Lees
whh elected Worthy Grand Templar.
Tlie organization was made by author
ity of the 11. W. G. Lodge,
which met at Portland last year, and
gives promise of doing great good lotli
to the order and the cause. The I'tm-
"it was evident that a general dread
pervaded the minds of many of the
representatives Iet the Worthy Grand
Ijodge about to be formed should be
tlie development, under a new name,
of the Jiirnungbam Autocracy; this
dread was not only pardonable, but
natural; for the sv.-tem of concentra
tion and personal despotism of Good
Templary, in this country, that mem
bers could hardly divest themselves of
the idea that, in one shape or another,
it would not hold on, and that the
Worthy Grand Lodge was to be the
place where it would roost. Pefore
i h day was over, however, all those
fears M ere dissipated, and a constitu
tion was adopted which offers as little
chance for jdolutism and ambition as
it is possible for a human organization
Me-wx. Pr k k :: ud Curtis, archeolo-
'ists, of the SiiiUh-ouiau Institution,
recently paid u - a vi-it.
Thursday, the twelfth of May, has
I cen appointed im a day of thanksgiv
Ing praNe :md prayer or the Tennes
see Good Tcmp'.ars, when the lodges
t.r-' expected to ar'.- tuMe in their re-
ti v lodge-1'oonn, to (hank God
for his goodness in the past, ami in
voke the guiuuiii e of 1 1 .st Holy Spirit
fjrthe present and the future.
Said one jug to another, "We have
Iteen emjty ever since the Good Tem
plars struck this part of the country."
THE LITT1S 3E30INS.
I'our litUe girls were out at ilay one
pleasant afternoon, acd what place
win so attractive as the old mill-pond ?
- wc'JC beautiful flowers on tne
f.- , , irght mosses, with
the bank, lfnr jj them
scarlet berries to. . Ja hftV.
like leads of coral; and ai.
ing a happy time.
lsut a sudden wild cry was heard
and one of the company was seen
struggling in the water. The three
children were almost paralyzed with
fear; but one quickly regained her
presence of mind. Nellie Carpenter
was but thirteen years old but a strong
man could not have done more for
jthe drowning child. Directing the
other two to rim for help, she waded
out as far as she could to the strug
gling child; but her arm whs too .short
to reach her. She next got a long
jxile and reached it to her just as she
rose the third time. She had strength
enough till left to grasp it, and brave
ly the little girl drew her in to shore,
carrying her up tlie bank, and doing
the lest she knew for her until help
Nellie was the heroine of the vil
lage after that, you may le sure; and
how, think you, must tlie parents of
the saved child have regarded her?
How must the little girl lore her ever
afierw ard.s? i
It is a greai thing to be Table to do
good, even to the bodies of men; but,
oh: how much more glorious to save
souls from sinking to ruin!
Little girls can do a great deal in
the temperance cause by setting their
faces decidedly against any approach
es to intenierauee. If all tne little
girls spoke disapprovingly and frown
ed upon cigars in boyish lips; if they
kindly and lovingly passed the pledge
1mk)1v among young associates, what
a changed face society would wear
ten years from to-day! Are there not
brave little heroines enough to save
their friends who are in most fearful
pr ri!.' It takes courage when the tide
sets strongly the other way; but re
nienler that more than life is at
stake. And, oh! best of all, the heav
enly baud is reached down to help
ami guide you in all your labors for
tiie good of ethers.
A S7Z3 C0U1TTY
ilarrlag?, Ilvcrce and Atductioa.
We clip the following from Seal's
Slate fiuzttc :
In Dyer county in January, 1872,
Mr. Tinsley Wade aiwl Miss Mattie
Mitchener were united in the holy
bonds of matrimony. For two years
love reigned supreme. The husband
was a sober and industrious man,
while the wife faithfully kept her vows
and contributed her share toward ma
king her home happy. At the end of
that time, Wade grew idle and finally
abandoned hw Wife. However, he
returned and they took up the broken
thread of their life and again lived to
gether harmoniously. Put hi old
habits returned with renewed vigor
and he once more deserted wife and
home, after having acted in the most
scandalous manner. Mrs. Wade filed,
through Richardson, Watkins & Har
ris, n bill pra3'ing for divorce, alleging
abandonment, refusal to support her,
drunkenness and bad morals saying
that Wade had gambled away all the
result of their joint earnings until she
was finally left without even a bed to
Iist January, the divorce was gran
ted, and Mrs. llattie Mitchener was
again a free woman, resuming her
maiden name. A few week sag she
was married to ir. J. W. Htagner, a
good citizen and a clever man. They
lived happily together, and the world
again looked beautiful and bright in
her new home. Last Tuesday, during
S taguer's absence, Wade made his ap
pearance anil with a leveled pistol
forced Mrs. Stagner to go with him to
a relative's. There he left her with
the threat that if she attempted to es
cape he would kill her. The neigh
bors, hearing of the outrage, armed
themselves and, rescuing her, took
her I mck to her home. They went in
search of Wade, tracing him as far as
Key Corner. There he stole Kobert
Craig's dug-out and made his escape
through the Iuk water. This was
the last seen of "Kim" Wade, and it
will not le very healthy for him to re
turn to Dyer county.
mrcsTAKx to snozsas.
Causes Sera Lips ar4 Throats
Among Ciir Consumers.
The man who contents him.elf with
mere talk, and docs no work, is like
this branch; all loaves and no fruit.
Spread your sails to the breeze and
plccr directly for the l:ght-houe and
Tort tf total abstinence.
. - -.'I V- 1 -
11 is better to live soberly in the cor
ner of a small hou'. than to dwell in
n mansion where .-tron;: drink is toler
J J"s -- '.J ? T
5 tgc'' 'rrr
This is not the way some people rode
4o the c-junty Convention.
We yesterdaj received tlie following
c ni'uT.n'cation from awcll-knowuGer-
maii physician of this city. It will
bear caref ul thought.
Mkprai. Ai'Vici: to Hmokkhs.
Having had a great deal of lips and
throat complaint among my gentle
men clients for the last six months,
1 have made it a study to find where
the evil Jays, .and eume to the conclu
sion that it's the injurious color with
which some of our cigar dealers dark
en their cigars. In a conversation with
a prominent dealer in this city the
other day, he admitted that, as thero
is a great ileal more demand for dark
cigars than the tobacco yields, there
fore, most ol ine colors are naturally
forced, in order to please their trade, to
use the unhealthy stuff so as to produce
the desired dark cigars. Smokers take
theudvieeof an old medical man and
smoke medium or light cigars only, as
ese the denier and manufacturers
cannot doctor up. Pjivstcjax.
A reporter of the Enquirer inter
viewed a nunilxT of retail cigar deal
ers last evening on the subject, and
met an almost universal assurance
that the above-named feystem of color
ing cigars exists to a certain extent.
"Why," said one dealer, "nine-
tenths of our customers call for dark
clears of late. When I tell von that
one half of the tobacco raised is of a
light color, you will recognize the ne
cessity of coloring it.
Another dealer said that producers
could raise dark tobacco if thev wished,
Iwvause the color tame from tho
amount of nicotine in (he leaf, and not
from the manni r of curing. Still an
o!her held that the rea-on there was
an uiiubuul demand for dark cigars
Qiis year v"ii Ix-cause the Havana cron
made of la-t seamtiajl cured light, and
cigars made from it were not suffici
ently strong to :it the usual fciuoker.
All but one however, admitted that
the coloring process was practiced by
many dealers of late, owing to the in
creased demand for dark, strong cigars. I
Dark cigars made from dark tolwicco
can be distinguished from the colored
matci'ial by the vein and spots on the
wrappers of the former.
England's Rightful King.
from the Dostou Pilot.
It is u curious fact, and one that is
not generally known, that King Vic
tor Emanuel was, by the strict law of
succession, the rightful King of Eng
land. 1 le was descended in a direct
line from Charles 1. The youngest
daughter of that unhappy nionarch,the
Princess Henrietta Marie, married
Gaston d'Orleaus, the brother of Lou
is X IV. She died, leaving two daugh
ters'. The eldest became the Queen of
Spain and died childless. The young
er married tlie heir of the house of Sa
voy, and was ancestress of the late
King of Italy. After the llovolutiou
108, when the right of succession to
the Pritish throno was settled by act
of Parliament, the House of Savoy
was excluded on account of the Cath
olic religion professed by its members.
The House of Hanover, of which
Queen Victoria is the representative,
was several removes farther from the
direct succession, deriving, as it did,
it's claims from James I., through
Queen Elizabeth, or Bohemia, and her
daughter, the Elcctress Sophia. A
striking commentary on the conse
ouwUijes. of human actions la afTorded
k ntv Of the Jtuy&I inheritance.
;r -i i "vimjtftl ft Catholic
When Charles I tA ;w . in2a.
princess he could scarcely have ?
ined that by this act he was excluding
his direct descendants from the throne
of their fathers; and still less could the
Queen have foreseen that any descend
ant of her favorite child, so carefully
trained by her in the tenets of her
own religion, should ever overthrow
the temporal power of the Tope, and
be himself installed upon the throne.
There is a newly-invented fcteam
tree feller, which Mr. Gladstone says
can do more in a minute than he or
any other fellow in an hour.
A Mexican in San Pedro, Texas,
killed his wife with a hatchet liecause
she would not get out of bed first in
the morning and make the tire.
Ixmn Peaconsfield has got another
Duke in his Government, Northumber
land, an amiable heir with 200,000 a
vear, but ncfr strong inau. .
To src'ii an cxtcitt does small-pox
race in liremend, Texas, that nme-
tenths of the inhabitants have left the
place, and business is closed.
All the families of Danby, Vt., ar
now related through cousins inter
A PiTTsnrno woman prays in s
loud a tone that her neixhliors hav
had her arrested for disorderly con
In Boston a bold thief stole a lette
carrier's key and uniform and went
over the usual route emptying all the
Guns and Pistols,
Blacksmith Tools, Carpenter's Tools,
Avery Double Shovels!
Kentucky Double hovels!
Malta Double Shovels!
MB' 1 1 Mi
Chilled Iron Plows1
Avery Steel Plows!
Avery Cast Plows!
Chicago Steel Plows
For all Chilled Iron, Cast or Steol Plows!
La Fierro House,
yd. 37 Summer Street,
XASH7IIXE, . : . TENXiSSEE.
Tlie J.-vll Term
SEPTEMBER TIIE 3, IS 77.
Circulars statins ootire of study, and oth
er partlt'UlarH, will be fifnt on application
to Kev. (jiEO. BECKETT, Uector,
rulvl3-ly. Colurr.bin. Tena.
Stand from Under !
the fcfiL vin im.r, willsure-
JA PASS !
I a(?or tlilsnrrniigetuent I velU make the
bext tlti 1 UK PnulM lu Tennewsee, fit wtur
ranted, for oilier work In proportion.
Cutting as UHUul.
No. 7. Embargo Ht.,
Jas. P. Street & Co.
mmmi foe mmi
MAJOR WINFIELD, JR
Tills Magnificent Troltins Ktililon will
inf.k the st-aon of 1S7S, at tbo Livery Hta-
bleof Itlnckv C'liappcll, Colombia, Teuu
iwms, iu casu,
JIart s can be returned if cot in foal.
As coo! I oh any Trotting Home lu the
Son 111! wola with his da in when a colt for
SJ.:K). ilrel by S. Pratt, of MIxHouri: sired
by Kdward Eveiolt, (formerly Major W'io-
tleltl), the sire fif Jud-jo Knllcrton, Evrett
Hav. Ao. 1st Unm Alice Brbee. bred by It,
A. Alexander, of Ky., by I'llot Jr. Edward
Everett was ny KyMlyk's Hambletonlan,
out ot a mure iv Imported Margrave. lie
in nwiifd by Rr.bert Bonner and stands at
Siyi". Ilio season.
c-t'TM owner of MAJOR WIN FIELD,
JR., wiiips to aflord every owuerof a mare
in .Maury ivunty the npportnnity of a well-
ire coil, r or lurtner panicniara sen
BLACK 4 CHAPPELli.
Will make tt e present Season at the
COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS !
Tlie Trotting Association have agreed, as
the horse is now matured, and on account
of hard times, to put his services at
The senpon. payable the 1st of Jnly, when
the m oson closes. Any mare faiilnK to
Rtand i ii.i j' be retnrned next season free ol
MAfitv Hamtilftonian is ft dark bay.
three while feet, H'" i' hands high; was sired
by Imperial, (on of Kysdyk's Hambleto
nlau, I dam by Alexander's Abdallab, (son
of Kysdyk's Hambletonian, ilre of Oold
9uiilh Maid, Thorndnle, and other good
ones.i 2d dm, Ijtdy Saniord, (Jay Gould's
diiu In- American Star, H I dam by a Bon of
Henry", the competitor ol Eclipse.
Rnia is ciisragroil in I'lantlng: lorje
diKS. With all this oart'ful iilauting
she cxiex.ts to raise a British Ilect.
A lookiiip:-j;!asi Is kinder to us than
(he wine glass?, luvause it rcvtul our
ilel'eets to ourselves only, v hile tho
latter reveals tli' iu to our friend-'.
A Mu'HK :an woman of wealth and
strong eonvieiions Imshired a man to
pvaih a literal hell throughout the
So sTuoxt: is the ny-c in men that
few of them er.n even abandon a vice
unless they see :i irn ut numlier of oth
er persons" giving it uj).
Keeps lent Thy wheelbarrow.
An elecnut and stylish names Stallion,
the equal of any of his family. wlU also
make tlie season at the same place at the
the season, Cash, or In Corn, Hay or Oats
at tu Hme ol service.
Murts from a distauce taken on the usual
terms, hut no liability for accidents or es
capes. A lien lipou the colts in all cases till
the bills are paid. luchlJ-lm.
' ' :
FOIL STOCK OF STAPLE MID F&HCY GROCERIES !
Imported and Dorawtic -
"Wines ulcLI Xjiq nors.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO MERCHANTS
353- "7t7" C-3MCSXj353,
Cor. Main and Eicht Sts COLUMBIA, TJbJN
Saivery? Salo & Feed Stable
iAT THE OLD it T AND,) .A'
South Main Street, - Coiumoia, xennesBeo.
, most superb turnouts furnished on the shortest notice. nd at mrjrt tea on q
Boeclal attention paid to bor ;lna sioek and s'oring vehicles. ran i a Ilu- of
D. A. Craig.
W". J. Strayhorn.
A. F. AyUelotte.
CRAIG & CO.,
Grain and Produce Merchants.
Have opened a large Ware-house at the
Union Depot. They have ample storage
room, and solicit consignments. Orders
promptly and satisfactorily filled. Afresh
Mupply of Family Uroceries always on
hand, at the very lowest price. Cone and
see nt. oct2tt-12m.
Glad Tidings to the Afflicted!
A Liniment universally acknowledged as
the most renowned quick cure ever brought
Deioie ine puonc in tne ineteeentn Cen
tury', lor me perlect cure or both
MAN AND BEAST!
This popular and great healing remedy so
long ueei ny sau-ring numanny, is giving
unbounded proofs of us merits by all hav
ing tested its unrivaled powers, and by
THOUSANDS, in all ca-ses claiming it the
most tioMeriui remedy and quick reliever
8i ao ijek :ta. j.
S&" Neatnesa and
law at this house.
MRS, E. PLUfflJER,
No. S3 North Bummer Street,"
TURBIIIE VATEB WHEEL
Stout. Mills & Temple,
Manujacluixrs and rrojiri'J'jrs.
AI.O.KIour and I'a
per Mill M riilnevy,
aud General Mill Fur
nishers. J.arre iliiiH
trated catalogue sent
liw on uppiicailnn lo
Stout, Mills & Tem
ple, Dayton, Ohio, or
j, w mm
Pure Bred Fowls.
Breeder aud Sliipper of
furs Srsi lui ani Water Fsils!
Kgzs for hatching in 8eason. Fowls for
sale at all times. Prompt attention given
to all orders and communications, which
are res pectfullv solicited. octlj-77-Jy.
JaS. V. BROOKS, Machinist,
THOS. J. WALKER, Travel iug Agent.
Brooks & Walker.
We respectfully invite the attention of
the citizens of Columbia, Maury and d
JolniDg counties that we have opened a
Hewing Machine Repair Bhop. 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 deiight and
satls'action of owners, and at a very small
J. V. Brooks has had fifteen rears exneri-
ence in the manufacturing and repairlre
of all kinds of Sewing Machines, aud wiil
give satisfaction or no charge made.
tiuns, Pistols aud Docks repaired. Kevs
fitted, and all kinds of light machinery re
paired with neatness and disparcu, and
We keep Machine Needles, Oil and At
tachments. Uive us a call.
Correspondence with the country solicit
ed. Agents for the latest improved Wheeler
and Wilson Machines.
W Office Fleming Block. Dr. Sh ppard's
old stand, opposite First ITvsiyi-iii
Church. Garden Street, Columbia, T-un.
J no. J. McGavock.
And lio!csalc Dcakr in
IMFEOVID FARM MACHINERY,
Field Seeds, . Fertilizer
Xos. 02 an.l C4 South Market Stm-t,
Tlie largest nnl most complete stock of Agrieulturnl Imi.Ieiiieiits and Farm
Machinery to be found in the South or Wetit.
Tlie largest stock of tlie most carefully selected Field Seeds of every kind at
lowest prices for cash alone. '
Full stock of IAne Fertilizers constantly on hand, at low price.
C'oiu-h,'miientrt for iSoeds and Country Produce solicited. Si'leiidid
for Storage, and charges very reasonable.
live us a trial lielore you purchase elsewhere
W. 11. McFAKIVND.
WM. II. DAllll
MAJiUFACTURERS AND DKALKHS IS-
Dors, S&L&IOL, BIilX3.S5,
MOULDINGS AND SHINGLES.
ALL KINDS. OF DRESSED LUMBER
CONSTANTLY ON HANI.
Olliee and rianing Mill No. ,S1 North College and i ;: Noilli cherry Streets
Nashviu.k, Ti:n.. iiovll-ly
VAN S. LINDSLtY, H. D.,
Gives his exclusive attention to tho medical and surgical
treatment of the diseases of the
Bye, THzxjt, Tlioat cmzlcL JMoso,
No. 'Jo, Corner of Cliureh and Hummer Streets, (L'p-staii,)
NASHVILLE. : : : : : TENNESEE.
GIERS ART GALLERY !
No. 45 Union Street. NASHVILLE, TENN.
nsirii. nenm and good
liMimnio Hint be Is lullv prepin-taliliNliiiK-nt
us the MUSI' A HT
The uuderslKned havlns purchnsed the entire Mock, working
will ol tne Ulfc.ll- A1U (i.VI,l,KKl, would respect rally
ed and determined to maintain the reputation of the
liALLKKY lu the Hout hern Htales. All linprovementH lu ptioUimpliy aiu promptly
uuupieu. uuu an uur wuru Kuaruuwtu ui gi ve : niaci inn,
W. JJ. AltMHTItONO.
July 20, lS77.-y. .HucceMxor to Call C. CilerK, De 'd.
W. Ii. DOBSOIT,
Ch'-'ivh Sueet, Corner South C'herry
CRflSTIHV AITC & H10XR0E
DIAMOND OIL POSSESSES
The Best Concentrated Healine Properties,
Quickest Scientific Arts lor P.dn Relief,
i ost Com bi n ed Medioited Neee-Jjlllw, aa a
Liniment fur MA AND BEAST, ever In-
troduced for public lieuent. Thoae suflering
who will use this Liulmeutiu time will be
convinced that it Is a sure eure for Rheu
matism, Neuralgia, Bruises, Sprains,
Swellings, Burns, Cut, Kelonn, Tumora,
tiles, Injured Limb. Scalds, liout, Dip
therijt, Sore Tlnoat, Toothache, Headache,
Insect Biles. Kits. Colic. Tape-Worm, de
fer the humun race. AND IS A 1HJSITI VE
CUKt for Sweeny, Ringbones, Strains, Cal
lous. Sluius. Colic Bolts, Windfall. Poll
Kvllf, Cattle and Sheep Complaints, and ail
genernl diseases in stock, .and many other
afflictions of both Man aud Beast.
1I AMoNl) OIL Is sale by T. B. Rains,
Drueglst, Ci lumbia, Tenn., being well re
commended by all Druggists, Physician,
anu every one woo nan useii it. trice lo
cents per bottle. Prepared by W. fc. KA-
OA.N & CO., Pulladelphia. Branch Office:
Indianapolis, Ind. uov30-Tl-ly.
JO UN T. TUCKkli. W, f . Tyt'KKK,
J. T. & W. F. TUCKER,
Wholesale and Retail
Korth-east Corner Public Square,
Columbia, : : : Tennessee.
i - at--"-- r . ,
1 itsst 'L-r--?ii -fi-
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES
All of the best Italian Marble.
T .Iua 1. n I. T. ....!. r .1 ... 1 . .
All work as cheap as can be done elsewhere.
Mnnufactory on West Main Street, near the
Nelson House !
Dealers lu cotlou and all kinds of produce.
Liberal advances made ou goods lu slore.
A. DOME! li'S
Mays fc Dodson,
Fancy Goods Emporium,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
GLOVES, FANS, ETC.,
105 FOUT1I STREET,
Bet. Market and Jefferson,
KATES $2.00 PER DAY.
J. O. Cooke vs. R, M. Cooke et al.
TV vli ture of a decree of the Honorable
II ('hancerv Court at Columbia, Tennessee.
rendered at. the aui?osi (special) terra, wvz.
nd revived at tlie October term, 1HT, In tne
bove at vied cause. I will, on the 1st day of
A nril. 1STS. nrocceil to stll at the 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
wn: A tract of land of about tour bund red
acres, Ivlng on the waters of Big Bikby
Creek. Maurv county. Tenn., and adjoining
the lands ol Mrs. iMizauem neese, a. j. ros
ter, Samuel J. Strayhorn, J. .H. Webster,
Enos Robinson and K. H. Hellers, and
known as the home place of John O. Cooke,
dee'd, reserving (ana not selling).
We also have a Llverv Stable connected
with the house, with new and elegant turn
outs, which will be lumished promptly by
applying to the Proprietors. janll-77-tf.
rate,, operim kiwuiiuii " . . .,.-. ... - , . . 0tA. u --.1 Mwmn
Omnibn-os from our siabie, and all orders I ell ai tne uoM1 or "V"5i;Vy
Tennessee McCord. ly nest friend, vs. Ella
Iuyan et al.
ITappearingfrom afiidavlt filed In this
in tills cause, that I be Uelendants, Sarah
Hup ties and hu.sbiud. C. Hughtis, are
resuleuts ol the Stale ot Texas, aud that tho
residence of Virginia (daughter ol Sallle
l'.rvau, sud wh:sc sir-name and the sir
ua'me ut wb'Su husband is uu known), and
husband is unknown, and that the resi
dence of the unknown heirs of Mariou Bry
an, deu'd, is unknown: it Is therefore order
ed that I hey enter their apiearance herein
on or before the lifth Monday in April uext,
1K7S, being a rule day for the Chancery
Court, to be held at Columbia on the first
Monday in April next, 1S7S, and plead, an
swer or demur to complainant's bill, or the
sume will b. t-iken for confessed as lo them
and -et for hearing exparie; and Ihat a copy
ol this older te published lor four cousecu.
tivo weeks in tbe llera'd aud Mail.
1). B. COOPER, C. & M.
McDowell i Webster, Bolicllora for com
plainant. March 13, lbTS.
Titcomb & Tovlr9
At the Old Stand, Corner SutUh Jait St.
and Public Square,
Camr & Horn's
HOG CHOLERA REMEDY.
i A certain, effective ana prompt core, and
i a sure nreventive of the spread of the dis-
' ease. Price J2.IO a Package, eouUlnlng suf
; flcient to eure twenty bogs. Save your bogs
at a cobt 01 oniy wu,ruu, . "r" m.
A. J. tAUl Lna CO.,
' 6ent"-ly. Naabville. Tenn.
DY virtue of a Ki Ka to me directed from
I 1 the Honorable . hancery Couit n'. .o
lumbM, itnn., iu iiibumboi v aner 1 -m s."r, s i lvrry, I will prooeedtoseli on Satnr
Adm'r. va. W. K. Sims, 1 will sell lor cash ; Uny of April,, 17.S, at 1 o'clock, on
to the highest bidder, at the eonrt-ht.uso ", rw-,' to tue high at bidder for cash,
door in Crlnmbia, Tenn., on Monday, the tue rignt of redemption, the fol-
lst day of April next, all the right, title, " . g ascribed tract of land, situated in
claim ond Interest that the c.-iid V. 1-. Sims "' i.iMfMn( Maurv county. Tenn.- n
in and to a certain house and lot. silna
ted in the town of Mt. Pleasant, Teun and . , ' . jj on the north by the land of
bounded on the north by the properly of ; . .',.,, ,. eaf;t i,y the lnnd of N. H.
II. A. JIUUTIH:""!"'" I I J f
Irvine Bros.; west by the house nud lot iht
hiiniiil to Miss Sarah Wortham, dre'd:
east by the cential turnpike, and levied up-
idxecnt. "ale' "in 'lawful , for Joseph Dagger and wlft'.odW. A. Mc
k AT V " T j. iM 1 Bi 1
hours.. .a;io,v, r:;7.'.',s ktts.
Marcn S, 19o.-pr. o. ouerm iiiniu iu, .j; -'vv"
the hcHitl -watera of Lltllo Rigby creek, and
thews: south by A. J- Mclvnlght; west by
the lands of J X. t arris ana jonn u. uow
eil Laud sold in two lots and 45 acres
each. . W..MLKtMil. Agent,
conveyed to Mrs. M. A. Jobuson or a
more parti ular description reference In
here made to a plat of same now on file in
Iheolnoeof the Liera: ana vaster. Main
plat wiil be exhibited on dty of sale. S -Id
land will be sold on a credit of one, two and
three year, except six per cent upon U
amount of sale, which must be paid In casu.
Notes with good and solvent st enrity will
be required of the purchaser or purchasers,
bearing Interest from day of saie. and a Hen
retained lor the payment of the purchase
money notes, hale free from from the
right or euuny 01 reaerupuou. i nvate oms
will be r- celved at the ofllce of the Clerk
nd Master nntll day of sale, and on day ol
sale land started at highest private bid. 11
any baa been made, aud if no private bid
has been made, then to the highest bidder.
Ordered that publication be made In the
Herald and Mail.
Feb. 15, lsTtf. v. a. twrtH, c. m.
We have in stot-k a firHt-class assort
With Benson & drown.
No 50 North College St., - .NASHVILLE
Manufacturer and Dealer lu
Look i n f$-; Ijis'-c.h,
Wall l'liii r,
Boijiiot ami Muic SStaU'l.",
C'ail.s, Tasst lsiaiKl Nails',
Chair Cain ami
Pictures of all Kinds,
NO. 38 UNION STREET,
Ik-tw ecu College ami Cherry,
NASHVILLE, - - 1' ICS'S.
Irif lAMikiiiK-t.'lasM's put in "Id
frames. Old l'ictures and Frames Ite
AXD ICE-CREAM SALOOX,
NO. Jii UNION riTHKi"!',
Nashville, : : Tennessee
W O U 1. 1) Y O U
Having an lmmruse sloelt, nnd iM'lng de
sirous of reducing It, we oiler gr. ut HKIil'C
TlONSi In all ilepsrtiiients. In ltmclt t hsIi
mere, Alparoi, I-'liiimel and ( uKshnere
Stock special bnrg.'iins are oil' red. Avail
yourselves of thi ojiportunlty by giving ut
an early call.
b FRANK'. AND & CO.
NO. 19 UNION .STREET,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
T.E. Wlnstead. . o. W Instead.
MAXWELL 110 USC
Porter, Bryan &Alford,
AVholesale Dealers lu
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Proprietors of the Celebrated
PORTER RIFLE" CIGAR-
Xanliiillr, : : : Jcnncssce.
104 Church street,
NASHVILLE, : : TENN.
T. E.W1NSTEAD I CO..
Dealers lu 1'u.shionublu
Boots, Shoos, Trunks, Valisoa
Umbrellas, Traveling Bags, &e.,
No. 7. N. Cherry KI ..opposite Maxwell House
A. Ji L'tH'KLA XI) Memium. Inlv6 ly
JO KUHTIlEJi i:xt USE i on
with those u ho piefi r lis beln til former
color, t'. W. Ureenuulfce's, IS'ushv.llo 'J'eDU.,
docs not (Tim Ine li:ilr; Js.i iN h with (lie
necessity lor churn j.coum l.y -etnif lli
hair and seulp nice and clean, w ln h w ill
saveyou mole incni Ihaullni If. i-lornllvo
cosls you; la an exijinslte dieH'-ni; ulrelv
perhiined; spii-dll,, lestores may balr loll
loriniT ivnor; cleaiiM H I lie lo ad ol ull dsn
J rn If, Iti'biim, liiimor, etc.' piomoies kiowIIi
of the hulr; preveuls Its fiillinu oil', nud ren
ders It soft, yltwsy and mote besutllul llian
ever. Hold al tlio v ry leasouablo price of
50 Cent? Per Bottle.
The bottles hold as miirli as tho dollar bot
tles ol ot l.er k 1 lids, and Him ijtiHllly Is gum
auteed (UmI In ml peels to any In use,
aa nothing but strictly llrst-elnss Brll l-s en
ter lta com tx.sitlon. Ol ve It a trial, aud If It
tails lo salisly you, be sure, lo return Hand
Ket your money. llniK More, north-west
corner pub.Ic sqiisie, IJU ial discount to
dealers. For sale In Columbia by Nat.
Uew York, Paris
W. T. MoClaiu. Administrator of W. P.
biociaiu, nee a, vs. ouaa .-i.
Polk et al.
IT appearing from affidavit filed In this
cause, that the defendant, Kus-ell Hous
ton, Is a non-resident of the State of Ten
nessee: It is therefore ordered that he enter
his appearance herein on or before the 4th
Mnnriavnfrhe next term of the Chancery
Court, to be held at Columbia on tlie 1st
Monday In April next, 1878, H being arnie
dav of said court, and plead, answer or de
mur to complainant's bill, or the same will
be taken for confessed as to him, and Bel for
heart dk expart-: and tbat a copy of tbia or
der be ruiblssliod for lour consecutive weens
In the Herald and inau.
J . H unirfcit, tier uu mmwt.
By T. F. Fleming, Ueputy C. A M.
McDowell & Webster, solicitors lor com
Alto Iluruc.s from
$12.00 to JIOO.OO
Our work is fl rut-class; tho prices lower
than the same kind of work can he honuht
north of Ylnmbia. KUHN A TITRPIN.
CAN EE FOUND AT- -
Draper and Tailor,
No. 37 North Cherry St., INASHVILLE
Hotel aul Rsstaurant
(Newly KufUled In First Claixj btyle.)
oneii dav aud nli;lit. at .Vashvllle and
C:iHit;tus'a aud tit. Louis Ilallroad 1'epot,
Nashville, Teuu. Ketw on hand a lull sup
ply of I resh Oysters. Passengers will be
called dy or night lu time for the depart
ure oi all traius. Meals ready uixiu arrival
ot every UmIu. The liar la furnished who
the finest v ines, 1.1'jUoi s auu t.igars. I
lite clerks and M-rvauis are lu aileudauce
at all hours, lilies' private dluiuK room
just iiuudsomeiy reiitteii.
ocLetim. iu.mt.Kl ta i-rop r.
Mrs. S. J. Little,
BOARDING HOUSE La
No. 27 North Summer Street,
NASHVILLE, : : TEXX.
Board t6 per week; 83 cent per dav and
nlglit. ""K24 '7-
TEili'LE Oi1 MUSIC
Wholesale and Retail Agency
For the world-renowned 1'lauoa of
Tocelher with Ih" Nation's favorlUs, lincon
k Kerr, Huron A ICaven, llaliu-s liros.. J. fc
C. Fischer, mid the "Model 1'Ihiio, (Arlon
Pin no Co.. i al (iriees from 817.i.mj upwards,
rc''," lor Churches, IakIui s aud Parlor,
from Hie eelOrsU'il ni'iKers, .Mmh.ii A liam
iln, Uurd.-tt, New Ki'Klsud CUkhd ., and
ii. A. Prince o., all havlui llrst-class
Vedals and ludorsi-m, lit of Hie Musical
Prole-ston and piibhc in iteneral. l'rlo-s
from f..(W to t.uil. Couetioii In aenu
lne (not uus) Ii struments met with prices
uuo icniin v .u i li 10 Limes,
Mieet nusic lor the million, at one to
ten cents per aL;e llist-cla authors.
I .orgeat assortment ol Italian and othtr
ftrltiss, ard fcimull Musical 1 iislruments.
Kasleru dwscoiiuts to buhools, tbo I'rofes
slon and liookiiorui.
t Correspoudeueo ooliclteo. CataloKUea
sent ou applleallon. Music mailed Irtsu
The Proprietor res ctfuliy announces
that ho has taken the aeeiicy lor the sale of
Lighted: trust Piano. '..Succc.-umum lo LUhtu,
Newton & lirsdliury.) The following ex
plains their lobUiou:
MAPlSuN, lM', I'ec. 7, 1878,
Tj thu I'.di'.'ir -V'.-ir Tiud'-' JftiUu; .V. J's
Will you please eti d me those hack num.
hers of your Hevlew, w illed coulains tho
tposuitiol those fraudulent Pianos, which
bear lue name oi K'joa "iu v
This country is being canvassed by drum
mers, who try to buliu oil I huso K'KJd-lor-oothlng
iDstrumeUla lipou the unsuitpeclluif
public, aud fur neru es)e:lally, as a rest,
genuine so and-so's make, Irauduleutly
producing the old genuine makers' price
lists, and askluc Irom lour to eluhl huu
rtred dollars lor these Ikkus Instruments.
Now th pul llc Is iiitiln aware or It, and
these scamp arrested, the better. Una of
my youiiK irleuds puid yi.Vj.mi lor a I.IkIjI
A i;.'s nut worth over $.'ji.()i, ami I hear
the llradlinry Is jimt Hie same If not wiuw,
Please publish this In your able Journal,
and save some ol those who are about to he
J . M tuni: i.i. Ja i.tson.
e Ujihte .v Co. Is a Irand l.lishle t
make H e only genuine l.iKliie pi-
i anos. liewareorall lrncltiuiy riumw; many
1 r.f .I,...., n ... ...I ... II.....
v. -. . J , . . i ...u.i r- . 'j iibiV) liaililllUU HUU
others. -Kb. M. T. II.)
Other (V)rrespondenpe can he shown ex
posing txKjuit jifnutn. w lilt otliercaieb names,
by apply frig lo W Uuloh btreet, NashvllJe,
J. A. HfCUKi:.