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Edited by W. A. Smith, Ph. D.
From Washington we learn that the
whiskey tax will not be reduced.
Both of our eoiiteiuporaries, the
temperance editors of the Sentinel and
the Journal, part their names In the
Vigorous measures re being made
in Pennsylvania to secure the passage
of the local-option hvw now before the
legislature of that State.
Vice-President Wheeler and Speak
er Randall are strictly enforcing the
rulo forbidding the sale of liquors in
the Capitol restaurant. Until recent
ly, beer could be obtained on the Sen
ate side, but even this is now prohib
ted by the Vice-President.
The Secretary of War speaks serious
ly of forbidding, uuder a heavy penal
ty, the sale of liquors at any military
post, or n any military reservation in
the United States, and allowing sol
diers to pror-iire malt liquors only
through the Commissary department.
The Commissioner of Internal Rev
enue reports that there are In the
United States 4.002 distilleries, 4,C04
wholesalftliquor-dcalers, 5,758 brewers,
1,130 rectillers, and 104,508 licensed
liquor saloons; these being equal to
one saloon for every two hundred and
eighty persons, rating the whole pop
ulation at something like 40,(HJO,000.
The fearful and humiliating fact is
stated that a sovereign, about live dol
lar?, is spent in Great Britain for in
toxicating liquor for every two-pence
given for Christian missions; and that
the sum tliiui wasted, in six months,
would purchase a twenty-five cent
copy of the Bible for each of the 700,
KX,000 of heathen.
A few days ago, a committee visited
Washington, and ' presented to Con
gress a ietition bearing tliirty thous
and signatures, asking that in the
District of Columbia and in the Terri
tories, persons desiring to secure licen
ses to open drinking-suloous shall ob
tain the signatures of one-half the wo
men over eighteen years old, and one-
half the male voters of the district.
This petition was st vied "A Petition
for Home Protection."
At a celebration of the lirst anniver
sary of the inauguration of the Mur
phy movement at Wheeling, W. Va.,
11 speaker said, "There has not been a
man or woman of the Murphy move
ment who has yet leen obliged to beg
for bread; there has not lecu one of
those who signed the Murphy pledg
sent to prison; there nas not been one
that has lost the conlidence or respect
of his fcllow-nieu; and theie is not one
of the six thousand, who have signed
the pledge in this city, thai is not
happy in the consciousness of a happy
Francis Murphy, the temperance
lecturer, secured 2i','ii'0 signatures to
the pledge in Springfield, Mass., and
vicinity. At Harden, 111., over one
thousand have already signed the
pledge. At Kewanee, Jll., there are
1,824 signers. At Dubuque, Iowa, .'5
It is extremely gratifying to notice
the warm and enthusiastic feeling
manifested on the important subject of
temperance inyourcity. And I would
suggest that it seema to be a very op
Krtuiie time for the Good Templars to
make good and Valuable acquisitions
to the order; for without organization,
the fruit of much anxious and efficient
labor will be lost. I had rather take
the names of fifty good and true men
and women, and unite them in a Good
Templar lodge, than to receive three
hundred signatures to -a pledge with
no organization. I be one will La a
entre 01 power,, arounu wnicn tem
perance interest win gainer ana
multiply, the other will not be found
after many days. ; No one knew the
power of organization better tuan
the methodical and immortal, Mr.
Wesley. He set in motion moral
forces which have permeated, multi
plied, and ampnhea to tne utmost
bounds of civilization. Mr. White
field, labored publicly And more
abundantly than Jlr. Wesley. The
latter gathered the fruit of his Inbor,
the former, did not.
Temperance is truXlL and musL. and
will prevail; though slow, it b con
tinually progressive. All great move
ments destined to revolutionize a com
munity, have to contend with great
opposition. Imperious customs, inter
est, vitiated appetite, prejudice, nd. .
malignant passions nave ever oeen in
direct antagonism to moral progress.
But concious of the trutn and rignt-
lul supremacy of our cause, (Temper
ance). Let us press forward to the
prize of our high calling, which is to
remove ann mieriy aesiroy me pres
tige and power of intoxicating drinks
as a beverage, in our country. Every
good man and woman should labor to
diminish human misery, to . promote
haman happiness, and to bring about
this desired end; the great temperance
movement, as an auxiliary to the gos
pel, stands pre-eminent. It is the
social problem of the hour, and
panacea for nine-tenths of all the per
sonal, domestic, -and social misery
which afflicts our common humanity.
Little has been done, compared to
what remains to be done. A wail of
sorrow, deep and loud, comes from the
east and west, from north and south,
saying.how long, oh Father of mercies
how long shall the nefarious practice
of dram-drinking and drunkenness
lie tolerated? The neglect, the hungry,
and homeless child child of the
drunkard say's how long The pure
and loving sister, as she witnesses her
brother, once the innocent and affec
tionate companion of her childhood,
return home Intoxicated from scenes
of debauchery, cries how long! Minis
ters, christians, and total abstainers,
M me ttr vou. in heaven a name, to
work with us. to save and redeem
Personal abstinence is not enough;
tKwsess vourself with a spirit of true
benevolence, with kindness and
brotherly love, go forth to seek and to
save the weak and fallen, by whom
you are surrounded. "They that
turn manv to righteousness, shall be
as the stars forever and ever." lie
Bttcctfully in F. H. and C,
Emma E. Joyce.
;VN. In Mason City, 111., over 1,200
have signed the temperance pledge.
In iuincy, some 1,500 are enrolled.
All the adult citizens of Chanilters
hurg, Pike county, III., have signed
the pledge. At Columbus, Miss., IU
signed the pledge the lirst two nights
of ihe m"'ting. The places where the
signers are counted by scores and hun
dreds would make a long list.
J 11 spite of all of its olfcciMiac f-a
turf., WeUstcr's Unabridged Diction-
ryxfves a definition of tern iter
ance ls.it it 'doe not suit the (Jocxl
J. W. There is no authority
spelling CoHvrcss with a K.
I". 11. I). J. B. Woodside says that
you are missing lots of good things by
not joiuing the liood Templars.
Mis II. J. Judge Pillow is not
married; but he wants to be, just as
ston ax he is elected Circuit Court
B. A. C. Herzegovina is not a
species of Asiatic chicken, tliouh it
has had a conflict with Turkey.
T. J. Your long ikh'Iii has Ijeen
iti-igmu to the waste-Mier basket.
osv, if you must write, try your hand
du souw? short scraps of live prose.
IV. O, K Mr. Hockley failed as an
til it or, ixv.iusu lie mentioned Egypt
as the capital of licrauiiiy. He had
previously offended his readers by toy -lni
that the Suez Canal runs to Buffa
n, utul was built by De Witt Clinton.
K. M. The subscrption to the Hkk
ai.it and Mill, w one dollar and a
Sialf a year, or one dollar in clubs.
Mis A'. E. Messrs. ru. Padgett
nd Kit-hard Porter are lawyers..
J. B. 11. She says that, in her essay
ailKiut IVauty, she got the facts fron
11. s. Vou oii;'hl not to le discour
siged alout making lciut-eraiic
itcec'lics. obcIy will oljcc-t to a few
joKcsand anecdotes if they are good
Miss II. CJ. T. If you are in earnest
itlmtil wunting to know what kind
a man Mr, JlorsJey js, you must come
atnd see for yourself.
-. heii you praise William Oil
len Bryant for the manner in which
he wrote the Acts of the Apostles, you
expose us to deri.Mon.
1'riiikiug iutoxicants is a vice, "which
insures its punishments both here and
"Doctor," said a confirmed invalid,
who had paid a great deal of money
for physic to apparently little purpose,
'you don't seem to reach the ?at of
1 1 ly disease. Why don't you strike at
the seat of my disorder."' "So J
will," was the prompt reply, "if you
insist on it;" and, lifting his cane, h
smashed the brandy 1kU1c on theside
Inard. Seven years ago, to-day, the victori
ous I termini's ilcrod the starving
capital of France, but they witncsI
no greater sufU ring mid degradation
ihfii, in Paris, than John Barleycorn,
and his niiiiiofis thrust upon our fair
Notwithstanding the watchfulness
of temperance shepherds, the strong
bird, Alcohol, now and then (nirrjes on"
its prey; thus giving a practical warn
ing of danger.
Good Templars Advocate.
The proosetl bell-punch liquor law
is something new. It originated in
l Virginia, and is now a law in that
State. It requires ever?,' satoon-Keep-
er to register each drink taken at his
lKir, just as street-car conductors regis
ter a fare. Juicii street-ear condue
tor at Cincinnati, end those on the
Portland-avenue- ears, of this city,
carry a bell-punch, and when you pay
t' e fare, they are require i to ring Jhe
,unch 111 your presence, wuJen regis
ters the fare. . Just so under this new
law now agitated in Frankfort. I"ach
saloon-keeper is required to keep a
beit-pmifL-h and ring it in the drinker's
face iu he wajlvs the dose of alco
holic misery. Every limp the poor
victim 01 imini chm ror 1114 urjfiK fs
must put down tne casn, as cretlit i
, 1. ! : t ml - t
110 go uiuier mis jaw. men, its ile
swallows the liquor, the lell-j)unch is
rung and the register made two fiiif
fur Jhe State, tinrteen cents for the sa
loo-kxifCr, distilled destruction to,
the drunkard and wretchedness to his
family. It is said thai Buloixi-ki'cprrr
lavor ime jaw, uuu wc uuve no oouo
of it. For several years past thei
busiuess has leen growing very dis
reputable, and iww if they can get the
State to come out platji- fljan ever as
a direct partner iu the traffic, fu 1 c
small consideration of less than on?
sixtli of the receipts, they have won a
victory over morality. Then, they
know that when they have sold a cus-
Umur 1 h ree ur 111 Ks and rung ttie ieii
three tiiites, ttuiy eif selJ that man a
dozen more, and, if brougbi l;fire
court, he would swear that the bell
not ouly ot-ulud its register ring for
every drink, but kept ringing for
hours after he left the saloon, keepiui;
him awake with its ringing.
In the name of the State, the honor
of which is at stake, and iu the name
of he drunkard's family, where for
every two cents to the State and thir-
A a A. . A 1 I A . 1
leeu veiii w ' si.-jjooji.-ivecjicr, u 111011
misery will fall U Va tfUfiy we
lioteMt against any such a law.. ' Ju the
name of comuioii law, common tfeiise.
humanity and heaven, wo i,roesf
against any bell-punch, the ring of
which will register our State's dis
grace, the wretchedness of homes and
fiuwrt-f and the damnation of immortal
'e are in fav of 0 punch law that
will punch a hole iu every ke. barrel,
lsttle and jug of the accursed hturti
aud then punch the bottom out of the
whole wicked business.
The whiskey railroad passes from
moderate drinking to perdition. One
of its most important stations is the
The largest temperance revival in
the county in taking place at Mount
Zion. Fifteen or tweufyjoin at each
meeting. Fverybody is reported to be
"Are you an Odd Fellow?"
"Xo, sir, I have been married for a
"I mean, do jou belong to the order
of Odd Fellows?"
"No, no; I belong to the order of
"Mercy, how dumb! Are you a
'.'No, I am a carpenter by trade."
"Vorse and worse! Are you a Son
"Bother you! no; I am a son of Mr.
John Goslings." ....
Heal ' Estate,
Uleun, Administrator, v. N. C.Harde-
BY virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery ConrU Columbia Tenn ren
dered at the October term, 1877, In the above
styiea cause, 1 wut on tne 4in day 01
March, 1H78, proceed to oiler for sale at the
Court Houwi door In said town of Columbia
to the higbost and best bidder ,at public out
cry, the remainder Interest, of the bome
lea1 and dower, heretofore laid off and set
apart to the widow of Kzra Hardinon, dee'd,
in the following descried tracts or parcels o'
land in the HU civil district, of Maury
county Tenaeseee, and boundt-d as follows,
to-wlt: The homestead including the man
sion and out-bouses. ' Beginning- at David
Lavender's south-west corner, on the centre
of the pike, thence with bis line south 88,
east 31.40 poles to a stake in the lane, cedar
post; thence south iTfi", west flfly-ix and
M-100 poles to a stake; thence south 81,
west S-i poles, to the centre ol the turnpike;
thence nortii 15 poles, to a stake in the cen
tre of the pike; thence north 8o?i0, west 41
poles to the centre of Flat Creek; thence np
said crerk, north 8J, east SO poles; thence
south east $i poles, to tbe centre of the
pike; thence south 3 west 3 aud 40-100
poles, to Hie beginning. Containing 30
acres; and also the dower tract, bounded as
follows: BeKlnnlng at astake, it being tne
south-east eorner nt the homestead lot;
thence north 2v4, east 56 and 64-100 poles to
a stake in the lane, cedar post; thence south
8S, east l v") and 48-100 poles to a stake, W. A.
'William's corner. In said David Lavender's
south boundry line. Thence sooth 2, west
76 aud SO 100 pol s to a stake, hackberry and
cherry posts; thence north 2?-3, east 17 and
tO-loo poles to a stake, ash post; thence west
n pines to ine oegiouiog; containing nriy
lour (o4) acres, in an, containing eigutj
lour acres, haia lana win De sola . on
creditor nine and eighteen months; pur
chaser or purcuasers will De required to ex
ecnte notes with trood 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 publi
cation re made lii tbe Herald and Mail.
J an . it, '78. D. B. COOPEK, CAM
W. P, Ingram vs. A. J. Fly, Administrator,
TY virtue ol a decree of tbe Honorable
J) Chancery Court at Columbia, Tenn
rendered at the October term, 1877, In tbe
above styled cause, 1 will on tbe 4th day of
March, 187s, at the Court House door Lu the
town of Columbia, proceed to otter for sale
in said town 10 tbe highest and
best bidder, at public out-cry tbe following
described tract or parcel of land, situated in
district 11. Muury County. Tenn.. on Duck
Kiver, and bounded as follows: Beginning
at a large red-oak on the south bank of
Duck Kiver, the north-west corner of CJ
Whit Kluxer s land; south 10 poles 30". wee
to a stake, (J. Whit Kinger a south-west
corner; thence trest 30 poles and 2u links to
a stake: thenc! south rrltb said O. Whit
Kinzer's west boundry line of bis Blocker
tract, to the centre of tbe Columbia and
Willlamsport road; thence west with said
road tostxke;theuce north 3t poles and 9 link
to a set stone, east of the dwelling; thence
east 18 poles and 8-10 poles to a et stone,
near the barn; thence north W) poles to a set
stone, t her re wet-t Wi poles to a set stone.
near T. J. D rs tt's south-east cornenthence
no. til UandS-lO poles to a stake; thence
east 3) po.es to asiaket tuenpe nortn m poles
to a stake, ou the south bank of J-iUplf
River; thence up sid river with its meuod-
eis 10 a ly nu and Iron-wood pointers, being
the south-west of a tmyj acre tract,
gianted to W. W. Coleman; tnence north
crossing said river Zi'4 poles to a stake in
the south tHHUiq'ry H ue of Martin P.Erwin's
tract: ttienoe who sam line up said river,
W3 slid )")'. east 44U poles to a stakei thence
south. uusKlne khJ river to a stake on south
auk of said river; (benoe up said , river
witii its inesuilerinei io tuebegtnningioon
taining about two hundred and forty and
oue-lialf acres acres). Hula land will
be sold on a credit of one and two yes re,
except me tnm 01 ijo in casn on a ay 01 sale
free from the right and eUity of redemp
tion. The purchaser or purchasers will be
reuulrtdto execute notes with good an
proved security, bearlDg Interest from date.
and a lien retained for the payment of tbe
uurubgje money notes, ordered mat puDU
ICicketls and Ilagan vs. Mary A. flagan
T)V virtue of a decree of tbe Honorable
AJ Chancery Court, at Columbia, Tenn
rendered at the October term 1877. In the
lpe st vied cause, I will 011 the 4th day of
marcn prucei,u 10 oner lor Bale at the
Court .House doo, lu the town of Ubliirnbia,
Tenn., to tbe highest and best bidder at
puuuc out-cry, tne loiuwlug described
tracts or parcels 01 laud to-wlt:
Tract o.l. Bounded as follows: Begin
ning on theuorth boundary line of tsamuel
i.iies irscx at a set si one, ju jinks west of an
elm, marked as a side line ou tbe sou In
side; running thence with said north
Royu'.'ary east, sou in Sf',0, east W;i poles to
thu uoriti wast po-ner 01 said tract in Mays
uue; lueuuu wuu EOUin J'j
west 18 poles to ins corner: thenue wilo iris
line eas , s utn 8'tJ, east Z4 poles to Owen
uriniu s uue: tnence with the same s- ulh
south 1; , , west 52 poles to a corner of the
--ixon iraci; tnence witn tbe .Nixon line
wesi, nortn st-' , west poles to the cor-
per ftf M. w. t-iles tract; thence with bis
lino arid V ai. Jjtles line north IV, east
128 poles to tbe ' beginning; containing 80
acres more or less.
Tract -.0. ;!. K i.own as tbe Nixon tract.
uuu is oouuoeu as iojiows: jieginning at a
chestnut-oak, the southwest corner of Sam
el Llles' tract, aud runs thence east, south
east l'K) poles to a stake in a lane. Ml.
J-'leasanlrotrd: thence with said road south
?i , east ll poles to line of 70-10" acre tract;
tufeuce west-ame, south 7bj', west S' polus
Joles to a setrock; tbence along a road and
,J. Aklq's line, soutn west 394-U)
yvma w u ilia (wrurn luefra Wli
Akin's line, south 6iJ, west 13 poles to hi
ooruer; tbeuce with bis line north 78D, west
10") poles to a slake, his comer; llienoe with
his Hue sou tb, south 1, west Hit 8-10 poles to
C.D.Cooper's line; th?nce with Cooper's
line west, uorta : . west tu Doles to a
stake per willow, aeir a brauob; tbeuce
Bank of Columbia,
December 31, 1877.
Notes, Bills, Bonds, etc.,
Cash and Bank balances,
r3 7: H1
...t 00,000 00
C. P. CECIL, Cashier.
W. P. INGRAM, President.
J. W. B. Ridley, T. L. Willloms,
H. W. Fit7.patrlclr, J J. Oranberry,
W. A. Wilson, C. P.Cecil,
W. P. Ingram.
Titcoin!) & Towler,
At the Old Stand, Corner South Main St.
. and Public Square,
W. F. TUCKER.
jjo: 11), north east 72 poles to
xrlik tuQdk.-g uo,ls ,",nt" a beech
with lei'feis H. i.HaiSr4 (Site L4 m
Kulll f ,1". ' r I t 1 1 - T1 "A ,1' L . I nnHll li'.'l , ....
1Jff tfl stake, dog-wood ikjIuWs in 1 the
iwnl oia hullfltf j tJieuce yrth Akin's libe
north, noftb 1 , east M ppeg o a stake
with two hickory pointers, Wtu. Isles' cor
ner; tbeuce with bis lli.e south bo1, J, east
P-j'.j poles to a stake, his corner: tbeuce with
his line south 31V, east 'M poles to bis cor
ner; thence with bis line north li, east V7
poles to bis corner say 3 poles northward
Horn a beech marked fore-and-aft; tbeuce
wjf.h Ms liue south W, east IU poles to west
luuiniiui fit' i'lininfil T.ileit' t.ruf t. at u .1, Iru
In ten) jHTauee is the Imne of soeiety,
the fruitful source of countless evils; it
drives the mother aud ehilj from their
shelter, anl makes them wander
through the "cold, friendless, and
gloomy streets, to lieg for bread
Strike at the root of this disease, and a
cure will he effected.
liuddha, the fouiKlef of )lUiiilliMij,
who is said to have been eoiiteinpor-
ary with Solomon, Scsostris. aud
I "heseus, gave ten laws or command
ments. The fifth law prohibits lkiuor
Iriiiking, and it is said that "if there
no reason, fur it. thou shalt not touch
y lii-uor with thy lijus," and further!
that "there is a liartieular ilenartnlent
n hell, lillel with mire and dirt, for
he transgressors "l)f this law."
During Mr. Lincoln's administra
tion, says V;r' JfayttzirtC for
Man-h, ''wiiu-v;u never on the table
the White Hoiwe, oLfit when visi-
ors, tttiitT tnan loiiiiiinr iricuds
bouuaa. ol rn'iel Lues' tract, at a stake
uear ed;u or ioaJftbetike tputii, couth l :i
wet7poles to tiie beglblilOgj OUliUf8g
181. auies more orlesD.
liUC '. 3. Coutaiulug 470 acres, miunt
lie, iUDiea gs ioiiows: Begioniugat
roik, the north-west corner of a AP I
traut, tbowu on tbe Arnold tract; running
Mjcucewiu'u east i poietf a sia&e;
tnenoesoutu j; westoopoies to siaks la
lane; llienjce north 31 J, eastW oIes to a set
rook i thcupe south Se'i , east 18 poles to set
rock, tbe plate of beginning: coutainlag 70
minus 100 acres.
Tract ri. 1. Bounded and described as
followM Beginniug at W. J. Cecil's west
corner of a part of Usury Booker's traet,run
niDguorih Jt poltsstoasUike; thence north
1 , west 203 66-100 poles to a stake; tbeuce
not th 8 , west o03 oles to the north-west
corner of a piece of land sold by O. W. Long
to Jessie tlart; thence souUi with original
survey liue 103 2ii 100 poles to a stake in the
west boundary line of tbe original survey;
tbeuce south 39 poles to John Bingbam's
uuri.UrWtt corner; tbeuce east i'-X 72-100
poles tu a stake wll'i dog-wood pointers,
said Bingham's nortb-esl corner thence
South 137 3-100 poles to a stake rlib bush
pointers lu SMiue Major's boundary Hue;
tbeuce north b'J ,eat U2JU-100 to tbe
boginulng ; containing acres.
Said laud will be sold on a credit of six and
twelve months, free from tiierlght creuliy
of redemption. Purchaser or purchasers I
wi.i ue rciuireu io execute notes witu cooci
security, aud a lieu retained ou said land for
tbe payment ol tbe same. Also in tbe same
case, a, the same lime and place, tbe follow
ing aetcribeu tract ot land, situated in the
loUl civil district. Maurv CounLv. Teiinnt.
see, and bounded as follows: cm tbe north
by lue iiiUi.'t! oi w in. Cdre.', cast by the lands
ol WCi.Ctes, south br the yands of O. W.
CateSJbd J.J. Akin, aud y4t by tbe Und
ofrJ. cooper aud jauies Iav: Contain
about "i-ty a--res. baiu laud will be sold on a
creditor ix aud twelve months, exeeot tbe
sum oi iu wtfsu, a W'tr iiasfc oe wia on
day of sale; sale free fro,,, the rlglilor canity
of redoiuptiou. Tbe puiobaser or pur
chasers will be required to execute notes
lalned oasaid laud to sreure the payment
of said notes. Sale within lawful hours.
Ordered that puUlicitlon be made in tbe
Herald and Mall.
Jan 2ot 7B. J . B. C OOPF.K, C. A M,
J. T. &W. F. TUCKER,
Wholesale and Retail
tr o o o x &
North-east Corner Public Square,
Columbia, : : : Tennessee.
Dealers in cotton and all kinds of produce.
uwrai ho varices maae on gooas in store.
O. B. McKennon vs. P.O. Wade, et al.
BY virtue of a decree of tbe Honorable
Chancery Court, at Columbia Tenn.,
rendered at the November special term, 1877
in tbe abovesty led cause, I will on the 4th
day of March, J878, at the Court House door.
In the town of Columbia, Tenn., pro
ceed to ofTer for sale at public
outcry to the highest and best bidder, tbe
following described tract or parcel of land
to-wit: 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. Howell, and Helen A. Wade, on tbe
south by the land of John h. Foster, and on
the east and north by the land of (ieorge
Klnser; containing eighty-thiee and three
fourth acres (K'f'i Meres). Said land will be
sold on a credit of twelve and twenty-four
months, except the sum of (i'o) 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 witb good and approved
security, bearing interest from day of sale,
and a lien will be retained on said laud to
secure tbe payment of said notes.
Ordered that publication be' made la the
Herald and Mall,
Jan.-20, 78. D. B. COOPE B, C. 4 M.
GUARANTEED THE B33T.
Stout, Mills & Temple,
Manufacturers jjjul Proprietors.
ALSO, Flour and Pa
per Mill Machinery,
and General Mill Fur
nishers. Large illus
trated catalogue sent
free ou oniics.iln o
Stout, Mills & Tem
ple, Dayton, Ohio, or
C ilumbla, Tenn.
Pure Bred Fowls.
Breeder and Shipper of '
Per; E:s3 ' Li:i aal ffater
T0BTT IE1B9 BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
DR. C. M?LANE'S
FOR TIIE CURX OT 4
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
BYsrErSl.V AND SlC:t IIIADACUB.
Kgesforliatchlnatn Season. Fowls for
sale at all timers I'rompt attention given
to ail orders and communications, which
are respecUully anlicljjcd. , octlJ-77-ly.
Fancy Goods Einporinm,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
KID GLOVES, FANS, ETC.,
, , 105FOVtTKjiET,
Bet. Market and Jefferson, Louisixllc, Ky
- - sept7-ly.
JUST RECEIVED !
A fall supply of
vs. J, A.
Oeo. C. Taylor, Administrator,
jjianneWH, et ai.
virtue of a decree of tbe Honorable
iCbancery Court, at Columbia Tenu.. ren
dered at the October term. 1177, in Uie above
styled cause. I will on tiie 4th duy of March
1S7S. at tbe Court House door. In said town
of Columbia, proceed to offer f r sale, at pub
lic out-cry to the highest and best bidder,
the following described tract or parcel of
land to-wil: A tract or parcel of land lying
and being In thatlth civil district, of Maury
County Tennessee, aud bounded as fo.lows:
Beginuing at a stake, Charles Brown's
sou Hi-west corner; thence wet with Elisha
Puilen.s line to a stak; thence a north
westerly course to said Puileu's corner;
thence with Ransom Langbam's east
boundry to his north-east corner; thence
north to a sugar-tree at Bose's tioutb-east
corner; thence east with said Bose'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 flfty-two poles, (S3 acres and 152
poles). Maid land Kill bo sold on a creditor
six, twelve and eighteen mouths.
Ordered that publication he made In the
Herald aud Mall.-
Jan. 20, 78. D. B. COOPER, C. AM.
T. N, Figaers vs. A. C. Carter, et al.
T1Y virtue of a degree of the Honorable!
I J Chancery court, at Columbia Tenn., ren
dered at tbe November special term, 1U77, lu
the above styled cause, J will on the 4th
il.u nf farh ITtf mt Ilia I Wirt 1. i .
in the town of Columbia, proceed to offer for j
sale at public out-cry, to tbe highest and
best bidder, tbe following described tractor
paicel of land, located In the 0th civil dis
trict of Maury County Tennessee, about two i
miles west of Columbia, on Ihe Hampshire
pike, aud bounded on the north by the
lands of Oray P. Webb, dee'd., and on the
east by tbe lands of tbe estate ot L. D. Myers
dec d., soutn ry ine nampsuire pike, and
west by the lands of Thonias H, Williams,
and ooutalnin j about M)l acres. Said lmd
will be sold on a credit of one and twojean'.
runiuuwr t iruiKuascn iu titxu i3 noil,
Always on had a full stock of
D R tr G s ,
Medicines, INrints, Oils, &c.1
T. B. EADTS,
January 2o, 1S7S.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the edge
of .he ribs, increases on pressure ;
sometimes the pain is in the left side ;
the patient is rarel yable tolie on the Jeft
side ; sometimes the pain is felt under
the shoulder-blade, and it frequently
extends to the top of the shoulder, and
is sometimes mistaken for a rheuma
tism in the arm. The stomach is affect
ed with loss of appetite and sickness ;
the bowels in general are costive,
sometimes alternative with lax ; the
head is troubled with pain, accompan
ied with a dull, heavy sensation in the
back part. There is generally a con
siderable loss of memory, accompan
ied with a painful sensation of having
left undone something which ought to
have been done. A slight, dry cough
is sometimes an attendant.OThe pa
tient complains of weariness and de
bility ; he is easily startled, his feet are
cold ov burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; his spir
its are low: and although he is satis
fied that exercise would be beneficial
to him, yet he can scarcely summon
tin fortitude enough to try it. In fact
he distrusts every remedy. Several o
but cases have occurred where few of
them existed, yet examination of the
body,afterdeath,hasshovn the liven
to have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.'
Drt. C. Mf Lane's Liver Pills, in
cases of Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive of
the most haonv results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine. We would
advise all who arc afflicted with this
disease to sive them A FAIR TRIAL.
For all Bilious derangements and as
asimple purgative they areunequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine Dr. C jMV Lane s
Liver Pills are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
M.' Lane's Liver Pills.
The genuine Mi; Lane's Liver Pills
bear the signatures of C Mf Lane.
and Fleming Bros, on the wrappers.
Ilivjist on your druggist or store
keeper giving you the genuine Dr. C.
Lane's Liver Pills, prepared
by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa. o
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To those witliing to give Dr.C.MCI.ansLivis
PiLt s a trial, v. e will mail post paid to any part of
the Unilei States. one box of Piils fortwcinynvr
cents. FLEMING BROS.. littsh.:r5. I.
FEMALE INSTITUTE !
... . :
Tlie JT'nll Term
to tbe lite estate of Mrs. N . H. HUe(tog; bear-
ing Interest from date at lue rate of six per
cent, per auuuro. Ordered mat publication
bo made in tne coiumoia jjerald and
J an . 2 78. D. B. COOPER, C. & M.
- . o,
J. R. Bua vs. T. J. Craig.
Weatberford vs. a. b. Hugger.
T WILL on Monday, the 1Mb day of Keb-
I ruary, , at the door of tbe court
bouse, la ColuMtbCTe"nessee. ofrerfor sale
lo-the uigbest bKfOerj lor caso,free from.
ine equity oi redumptxx-K tbe furrowing de-
serl bed parcels of land in Maury county.
iruunet; a rraci. iu Uisirict iNO. 9. anu
bounded on the north by tbe lauds ol
Hngh Bryson; east by tbe lauds of William
Huckaby south by the lands of A. Burkett;
west by the lands of the estate of Wil'iam
Hunter, aee'd, Deing the land lately owned
Ujr W iAlCa T, 1I1JULUS.
A lot In Mt. Pleasant owned by John H.
Bond, and bounded on the north and east
by the lot of Mrs-K. M- Ulckson; souih by
the lot of E. U. Cross; west by Main St.
February l, igj$. d. jj. coOfER, C. & M.
By Virtue pf rH orecutiou, tp me direpted,
from the lion. tOianuery Court, at iwis
bure, Tenn., at Its November term lh77, in
favor of Er.ra Hardison, cf als oomplainaut:
and- Fred Harmon,? ait deiendant,! will sell
tor cavh, to the highest bidder, at the Court
House in Columbia, on the 4th day ot March
lhTS all the rigiit to the claim and interest
Nancy C Hardison, one of the defendants.
has In, and to, tbe lollowlug described tract
and parrtttl of land, situated in the tslate of
Tennessee, iaury county, 2aih civil dis
trict of said county, and bounded as follows:
to wit: On the nortn .-by the Allison land;
South by W. K. BUliUKlou; West by the
Homestead; East by said Nancy Hardison,
containing fifty acres, be the same more or
less; aud levied upon as tbe property of
said Mrs. .Nancy Jiaraison, to satlsiy said
execution and costs. Bale In lawful hours.
This 23th day of January 1X78.
W. A. ALEXANlJEK, Sheriff,
JaS. V. BROOKS. Machinist.
THOS. J. WALKElt, Traveling Agent.
SEPTEMBER TIIE 3, 1877.
Circulars statins course of study, and oth
er particulars, will be sent on application
to Rkv. GEO. BECKETT, Rector,
rulvl3-ly. Columbia, Teno.
Stand from Under!
THE SIL Visit BILL WILL SURE
BV virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court, at Colombia Tenu.,ren
dered at the October term 77, in the above
itylgd cr.use, I will on tbellth day of March
1.S78, at flie Colli. HouSd djoV, iu iliu Uiva
of Columbia, proceed to oiler for sale at pub
lic out-cry to tbe highest and befct bidder,
tbe following described tract or parcel ol
land to-wit: A tract or parcel of lund situ
ated in tbe 61b civil district of Maury Coun
ty, Tennessee, on t lie bead wat-rs of Kouu-
talu Creek. Bounded on tbe north by tbe
'and of Thos. i'ullln and tbe lands formerly
beltfnglng lo slaty Carter, eaU by tbe land
of C. A. Toniliuxon and Jame Moore, south
bv the lands of R. B. Foster, aud west by
It. S. Foster and tbe land ofL G. William
son; containing about loij acre. Said laud
will be KOld on a credit of twelve and twen
ty-four months; purchaser or purchasers to
execute pptes wun eood ad approved
security and . lien retained to secifre the I tr isr I f I . .
sold in one or more parcels. I o-
Jan-S, 77, P- H- COOfiR, C. U.
c'nder Ibis arrangement I will make the
best fltliug Panes in Tennessee, fit war
ranted, for ??.WJ. Other work in proportion.
vuiuuji as ubuai
J. O.Cooke vs. R. M. Cooke et al.
BYvirtureofadecree of the Honorable
Chancery Court alC'olumbla. Tennesson.
rfdereil at tl:p August (special) term, 1S72,
and'revjiyed nt tlie'Pctxber term, 1!77, in tbe
above stylod pause, f wi'fl. ou the lyt1 day pf
April, laV'S. prficeed to sell at tbe court-bouse
door the town of Columbia, Tenn., to tbe
higbeut and beft bidder, at public outory,
tlie followiPir lecribed tract, of land, to-
wlt: A tract of land of about lour hundred
acres, lying ou tbe waters of Biir Kluhv
Creek, Mauiy county, Tenn., aud adjoining
tne lands ot Airs. lMlzabelh Kr-ese, it. (J. Vns-
er, Samuel J. Ktrayhorn. J. H. Webster.
r.uos nuuiusou auu r. ji. neuers, and
kuown as tbe home place of John O. Cooke.
de-Vd, reserving (and not sellings '.J acre
lor graveya,d, cud that rart beretotore
fjjjuveyed to Mrs. ' !M. A. Jotinsou. For a
set I more pir:: ,,!J: uescnptiou reference is
acre , uere mstte io a plat oi same now on me in
theomceoi tbe cierK and Master. Hald
plat will be exhibited on day of sale. S aid
land will be sold ou a credit of one, two and
three yeirs, except six per petit, upon the
amonnt of ssle, which must be paid iu cash.
Notes with good and solvent security will
be required ol the purchaser or purchasers,
bearing Interest from day of isalc. and a lieu
retained lor tbe pnyweut of tbe purchase
We respectfully invite the attention of
tbe citisens of Columbia. Maurv and ad-
Joining counties tbat we have opened a
sewtng Machine KepalfBhop. We can take
any old machine, put in new parts where
necessary, all the ImtmA Improvements, and
make it as good as new. to the deiitcht and
satls'aclion of owuers, and at a very small
J. V. Brooks has bad fifteen years experi
ence lu the manufacturing and renairina
of all kinds of Hewing Machines, aud will
give satisfaction ur no change taaue.
Guns, Pistols aud Looks repaired. Kevs
fitted, and all kinds of light - machinery re
paired with neatness and dis paten, and
We keep Machine Needles, Oil and At
tachments. Give as a call.
Correspondence with the country solicit
ed. ; .
Agents for the latest Improved Wheeler
and Wilson Machines.
Office Fleming Block, Dr. Sbeppard's
old stand. oddosIUi Flrnt, Piwiiviarim
Church. Garden Bisect, Cvluoibia, Tenu.
No. 7. Luibargo SU,
Wholesale and Retail Agency
For tbe world-reuowned pianos of
KN ABE, and
Toeetber with tbe Nation's favorites, Bacon
& Kerr, Bacon A Raven, Haines Bros.. J. A
C. Fischer, aud tbe "Model Piano, (Arion
Piano C'o) at prices from J175.1W upwards.
raraas for Churches, Lodges and Parlor,
from the oelbrated makers. Mason Sc Ham
lln, Bnrdett, New England Organ Co., and
O. A. Prince A Co., alt having flrRt-clas
Medals and indorsement of tbe Musical
Profession and public In general. Prices
from $60.00 to SOOU.Uti. Competition In eenu
Ine (not bncus) instruments met with prices
aud terms to suit tt e tlmeo.
Nlievt Music for the million, at one to
ten cents per page first-rlas authors.
Largest assortment of Italian and other
Strings, and Hmall Musical Instruments.
Kastern discounts to Schools, the Profes
sion and Book Htoree.
Currespoudence solicited. Catalogues
sent on application. Music mailed tree.
"The Proprietor respectfully announces
tbat be baa taken the agency for the rale of
Ligbte A Krnst Piano, (Successors to LUhte,
Newton Bradbury.) The following ex
plains their position: -
Madison, Ikd, Dec. 27, 1878.
To (lie Editor Jfwac Trade Jflei leu; W. '..
Will you please send me those back num
bers of jour Review, which contains tbe
exposure of those iraudulent Pianos, which
bear tbe name of good old makers.
This country is being canvassed by drum
mers, who try to balm off these good-for-nothing
instruments upon the unsuspecting
public, and far ners especially, as a real,
genuine so-and-so's make, fraudulently
Firoducing the old genuine makers' price
ists, and asking lroin lour to eight hun
dred dollars for these bogus instruments. "
Now tbe public is mnde aware of Ir, end
these scamps arrested, the better. One of
my young iriends paid 5150.00 lor a Lighte
dk Co. 's not worth over JlSO.OO, and I bear
the Bradbury is Just tbe same if not woise.
Please pnbllrfb this in your able Journal,
and save some of those w ho are aliout to be
J. MtRRF.CL JALTSOX.
(TheLlgbte A Co. is a fraud Llgl.te &
Ernstmake tbe only genuine Ligbte Pi
anos. Btware of all'bradbury Piauut;many
of tbem are made by Hale, iiarumau aud
others En. M. T. R.)
Other Correspondence can be shown ex
posing boffu pianoM. with other eaten names,
by applying to 63 Union. Street, Nashville,
J. A. McCLVKE.
Sirs. S. J. Little,
No. 27 North bummer street,
NASHVILLE, : : TEXX.
J. M. CRAY.
J. H. PALL
GRAY, KIRK1AH k GO.,
CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE SOUTH,
To wliirh thvy invito tlie attt'iilion of the Trnl
t-zF Agents for 11. F. Avery A Sons' C l ratc-.l Mows nnl 1;
plcinents. Full htock oh hand. St iul for Circular.
Jno. J. McGavock,
Com m isaion nVEorciXanaoLt;.
And Wliohsatc Diuhr in
IMPEOVED PAEM MACHINERY,
Seeds, Fertilizers, Etc.,
Nos. C2 and 64 South Market Street,
Board W per week; 85
cents per dav aud
The larpfl mid most complete stock f Afrric-ultuntl Imph inontH and Farm
Machinery to lie found iu the South or Went.
Tlie larjj-et stock of the most carefully selec ted Field Seed- of every kind, at
lowest prices for cash alone.
Full stock of l'ure Fertilizers constantly on hand, nt low price.
ConsinnmeiitH for Seeds anl Coiuitry Produce solicited. J-ilcndid facilities
for Storage, and charges very reasonable.
Ciive us a trial In-fore you purchase elsewhere. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Correspondence .solicited. nov. l')-77-Cm.
W. K. McFARLAND. AVM. II. DAHK
W. BL. XMcITarland Co..
MANUFACTURERS AND IN
Dr. P. A. BADGER,
MOULDINGS AND SHINGLES.
DENTIST, ALL KINDS OF DRESSED LUMBER
Odd-Fellow's Temple, Church (St.,
Hotel and Restaurant
(Newly Refitted in Flrst-Clais Style.)
Open day and night, at Xashville and
Chattanooga and Kt. Lou la Kallroad Depot,
Nahvtlle,Tnn. Keep ou hand alull sup
ply of Fresh Oyster. Passengers wiil be
called day or nlgbt in time for the depai t
ure ol all iraiuH. Meals ready upon arrival
of every train. The Bar Is furnishrd with
the finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars, ro
ute clerks and servants are in attendance
at all hours. Ladles' private dining room
Just handsomely refitted. "
ocLMim. ROBERT EVES Trop 'r.
CONSTANTLY' OS IIAM.
Ofllcc, and I'lanhig Mill "c. 1 .North Co'leyc and l' Noi lli (. licrry Street
Xamivillk, Tknx. nov:-ly
VAN S. LINDSLEY, M. D.,
Gives his exclusive attention to the medical and surgical
treatment of the diseases of the
Eye, HIzxj?, TCVLLOctt ixjolCL ISTofao,
Xo. 'Jo, Corner of Church aud Summer Streets, (fii-Ktsiirx,)
NASHVILLE. : : : : :" TENNESEE.
GIERS ART GALLERY !
No. 45 Union Street. NASHVILLE, TENN.
JOI iffli Jr,
Dealer in all duds of
Country Produce "W. K. DOBSOIT,
The nndcrslaned bavinir piirobasfMi
will of Uie ilt:R-4 ART UAI.I.EItV. would resum-ttully
eil and determined to main talu t he reputation of the eMAtj
U ALXjKRY In the Houtbern States. All improvement in photography are promptly .
tbe entire tnclt, working instrinncnu and good
nnonnco lUHl ne 11 iiiiiv prepai
attllHiiinniit mi tlio KI1WI' AUT
udontcd. and all our work lmaruu teed to fclve sit isluction.
W. U. AKMMTHONO.
July JO, l7.-ly. (Successor to Carl O. lers, Hee d.
Church .Street, Corner .South Cherry
ner," where everything needed lor t he la- , , '
yiv cn oh uau ooeaprr Irian lewliere, and
tilOflfl from the mnntrv .In I h. an.i .
so barter their producaor receive caKh from
us for anything they wish to aell. No,
21 Garden Street. septM-1 v
. Wm. Shirley's
With Benson A Brown,
No. ji) N orth College !St
W. I- Edwards,
D. A. Craig.
CRAIG & CO ,
Grain and Produce Merchants.
Have opened n large Ware-house at the
Union Depot. They have ample storage
room, nud solicit coiibigumbut. Order
promptly arm batismclorily rilled, A fresh
supply of Family Urocerles always on
baud, at tbe very lowest price. Co ne and
see iw. oct-12in.
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES
All of tbe best Italian Marble.
I. also, have the latest Kl vlHmt il. tiuim
ah wore as cneap as can Da done elsewhf re.
Mannfactorv on want Mi.l.i Kti r.unvn
Nelson House !
Tidings to the Afflicted! AdCaysj&D Ocl SO 11, no.
Manufacturer and Dealer lu
Botjuel and Muic JStautls,
Curd-t, TiiHNcIsaiKl Nails-,
Chair Cain and
Pictures of all Kindt',
NO. 38 UNION STREET,
Between College and Clierry,
NASHVILLE, - - TKNN.
Ijookiii'.'-fjla.-sc'" put in ld
flames. Old Tic-lures and KramcH He
H. V. BASSETT,
AXD JVE-CJiEAM SALOOX,
;ives hiCexrsliit.lve altftitlon to the disniip
of the Eye, and Nose. Olllc Hattle
Houm, up-atitira. augl7-ly
jMvo u 7d v (j u
Having an lmm'iiH tock, tin.) Ix-ln? de
ulroim ol reiloclng it, we oflrr gn at ItKIil'C
TKJNS in all dfj.art iii'-nl. In jjimi k t h
niero, Alparca, Klannrl and ( 'milmrre
BtocK appclal luirgainH are or rrd. Avail
yourselves of tbla opportunity hy giving ua
an early call.
L-FRANKLAND & GO.
HO. 1!) UNION HTItEKT,
: : Tennessee.
Dealers in l-'ashlonuble
Boots, Shoos, Trunks, Valises
Uinhrcllaw, Travel in-r Jlug'1, A'.,
No. 7. '. Cherry .SI.,oppo..ite Max well Houf
A. It COPELAyD.toiUxmun. JoUU Iy
O FL'HTHKH KXCfUK KOK
money notts. bale free Horn from the
right or tfinity ot retioiuptiou. JTlvat
will bp r ceived at the cdioe of tho C'leik
and Ua-Her until day of UHe, and ou day of
aale laud stalled at hUheM. private bid, 11
any has been made, aud if no private bid
baa beeu made, then to the highest bidder.
Ordered tbat publication be made in the
Herald and .Mall.
Feb. 15, 1S7H. D. B. COOPEK, C. 4 M,
To Your Interest!
We have clow! out mir stock of good
and we respix-tiully reiiut everybody to
come lorwsru m.u c-ni lutir accnunta.
Wesinceiely trust cur customers will not
force ua to any harsher measure.
Order of Publication.
P. Walker, Adm'r, and Lewis J3aes, V.
uw). r . juuugrem.
In tbla' cause an original attachment
waa idaued aud levied by serving a Uuarua.
ahee upon Howlaud liuil, who 1. indebted
to bald Maugrem by note. Bald unpaid note
thereby being attached, aud it appearing to
the court tbat the delendent, Ueo. J-'. Man
grem is a nou-realdeut of the tjtate of Ten-
neHtwe, nut a rewuemoi lueistate oi iexat,
11 la merer ire oruereu tuat puoilca'ion be
made requiring me ucienuant to appear be
fore the uuderHlgued, at bin oltice iu C'olum
bja, ou Saturday, tbe Kith day of March
pVaiuaut'a tiliasLi,feu(. or the aauie will be
taken for q6nfewe'd ts to lilin, and set for
hearing expartr: and that a copy of Ibis or
der be published for four Jonecutive weeks
In the Columbia Herald and Mail.
i . ..nu n. 1 T T T.
W. Jrwiji, Adruinihtrator, vs.F.M.Kiadel
un ouiicra. ,
I" thb. cause it appearing to me from com
plainant's bill filed in the above styled
cause, wnicu ih aworj io, mac mo opfend
ants, J. IC- liaukhead and wife, Annie
ISankbead, and Lucy J. Irwin, are non-resi
dent of the btate ot Tennessee, so thut tbe
ordinary process of law cannot be served
upon tbem: It is therefore ordered by me
mat puutication. do made lor tour conaecu
uve weens in tne Herald and Mail, a news
paper published lu the town of Columbia,
Maury couuty, Tennessee, requiring said
defendants to be and appear before the
wnrsuipiui tjonury i;ourtoi juaary count.
Itj O'lON STREET,
: : Tennessee.
Tennessee, on the first Monday in Api
loin, sun uieao. answer or ueiuur to com
plainant a bill, or the same T ill be taken
or iAiuiteeu asm uieiu, uuu bet ior nea
lng ex parte.
A.N. AKIN, Clerk.
Wilkes t Bullock, Attorneys.
February 'ii, 1678,
: Gov'mciit Claim Agency;
A Liuinlulit universally aclrnowlmlird
the most renowned quick care ever brought
ufiuro uie puuuc iu uie iNineteeentn Cen
tury, ior tue perfect cure of both
MAN AND BEAST!
Tennessee. Porter. Bryan & Alford,
RATl-Si JZ.00 VEll DAY,
J. his popular nod great healing remedy so
long need by fullering humanity, la giving
uubouuded proofs of lta merits by all hav-
iug tested Its uu rivaled powers, and by
T HOC SANDS', iu all cases claiming it the'
most powerful remedy and quick relievtr j
DIAMOND OIL POSSESSES
We also have a Livery SUible couuecUd
with tbe house, with new and eluuaut turn.
outa, which will be lurniMbed promptly by
Wholesale Dealers In
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
I'ropi letors of the Celebrated
'PORTER RIFLE" CIGAR.
. Public Htiuare,
2ahrillc, : : . :
applying to tbe froprletols.
We Lave iu
Moore Bates, Attorneys.
Now is the time to file your Claims, ror
Bounty, Aitarsaad Hay, tenslon aud Ar
rears, Warof 1SI2 and ls.il. All Claims tor
property taken hy the Foderal army daring
the late war, and (tarrying the Mail beiore
tlie war, collected with tue nsnal dispatch.
Persons Iran a distance can communicate
with the undersigned. All biikiness at tend
ed to promptly. Office tinder Herald and
Mail, No. 22 North Main Street.
March 16-77-ly. J. U. WILSON.
nVVINtl lliis day sucgeted the insol
vency of I hecyta of Wm. M Irwin,
d to the. L'i?rk of the t-o.,nty Court of
Maury county, J.'enncssee, notice Is hereby
given to all p'rs(.i)s having cams against
said estate to )le tbetn duly anthenticaied
with said elra on or torn re the l.tii of
Aug.. 1H7S, for prorata distribution, or Ibey
Will ue jorever parreu.
J. M. IRWIX,
February, lot b IsTs; Administrator.
For Sale Cheap.
thousand Cedar rickets, tithcr
round or fcplit, uellverj-1 al the depot of
Duck Iliver Valley Railroad, in Columbia.
AIjo. ten thousand Cedar Ralls, delivers
either at Narrow Clauge Dext, In Colum
bia, or at any point on DiieJc Iliver. orders
ten with Kmhi-y & Kneraon will receive
The Ke?t Concentrated Uealin? Properties,
Quickest Scientific Arts for Pain Relief,
Most Combined Medicated Necessities, as a
Liniment for MAN AND BEAST, ever in
troduced for public Iwneflt. Thoe so fieri ng
who wtil nse l bin Liniment in time will be
conviuoed that it Is a sore cure for Rheu
matism, Neuialgia, Bruise, Rpralna,
Hwel.'ings Burns, (ruts, Felons, Tumors,
Piles, Injured Limbs, Scalds. Uout, Dip
tneria,bro Throat, Toothache, Headache,
Insect Bites, Fits, Colic, Tape-Worm, etc.,
for the human race. AND la A ItXSITIVK
CURE for Sweeny, RlriKOoues, Strains, vl
lous, Hlnins, Colic, Runs, Wlndgall, poll
tOwili). Cattle and Hheep CompiaintM. and all
geiiernl diseases iu slock, and many other
ailllCtlOnS OI OOI U Oiail HDil JM2SH,
DIAMOND OILisfo' sale byT.B. Rnlns,
Druggist, I'cltimbiii, Tenn., being well re
commended by all Druggists, Physicians,
and every one who has ued it. Prioe 7i
oen fa per bottle. Prepared by W. K. FA.
OAN A t0., Philadelphia, Rram-h Olllce:
Indianapolis, lud. nov;ju-7i-ly.
itwk u llrs t-cLuiS
lot c'liurcli .Strtt t,
assort- JNanvnjjjjrj, : : riiiiMr.
ITew York, Paris
Alrto Ilariioss from
1:3.00 to ioo.oo
Our work Is flrst-clnsK; the prices Jower
than the same kind Of work can be honeht
north of Colnmbia. KC'HN A TURl'IN.
CAN RE FOOND AT
Draper and Tailor,
with those who prefer Its being the former
color. F. W. Circeuhalge'H. NiMhviile 'J'euu.,
does not gum tne hair; dispenses witb the
necessity for chHmponlng by keeping the
hair ami scalp nice ami clean, ivbl. h will
iwiveyou more money than the Restorative
cowls you: Is an cx'iulMte dresKing; ni.y
perftiiiiud: speeilll requires gray hair tolls
lornier i-ofor; cleanses the liead of all dnn-
.Ir.lH if.'lklt.i l.lll,..,.. uli. ............ ..u . . l.
U ..",...'.' '"P., t .. i.i.iiii.riMiiuwill
of the hair; prevents Us falling mf, and ren
ders itsoft, glossy and more leiitlMil than
ever. rKld at the very reasonable nrlce of
50 Cents Per Bottle.
Tbe bottles bold as much as the dollar lit
tles of other kiuds. aud tbu quality is guai
a Diced omul In all respects to any in use,
as nothing but strictly nrxt-clsMi article en
ter its cotuposiliou. Cijve II a trial, and if It
htibt lo satiMly you, be sur; to return It and
act your money. Drug Htorc, north-west
corner public squire. Liberal discouut tu
dealers. For sale In Columbia by Nat.
La Pierre House,
-Vt. o7 Summir Street,
NAHU rlLLIi, . : . TKNNtfc'BtE,
l 5(1 l'EIt :iA. V.
&& XeatiM'Ba and
law ut tliin LoiLHo.
No. 37 North Chm ry Bt.,
MRS. E. FLUMMER,
No. 32 North Bummer Btieet,