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THE WIE-t'l'P'S NTUBT.
Cotild the wine-cop 111 Its story,
Thentorv of ita uav.
It would tell of strength aud glory
Li iiic lallen to decay !
It w::ul I tell of reve. weary
When ballle-tu-ld were won ;
It would tell of dark hours dreary
Wheu revel hours w ere done.
It would tell i)l rliame and sorrow.
Of weariness aud igrtef,
Of iDBtiy a wished to-morrow,
Proved biirren of rel'efl
Of dopar ed fume and islory
Could the wine cup tell its story !
"I have had twenty thousand pris
oners pas.-) through my hand," mud
the keeper of the Canterbury jail,
"sitiee I have leen keeper of this jail,
hut though I have inquired, I have
not discovered one teetotaler among
A highly interesting letter from Mrs.
T)r. Joyce, will he found on the inside
f this paper. We were very much
disappointed when we found that it
.was not in the temperaueedepartnient
as she requested.
s ft? wa
Men who play chess will think
find say that they will have some
good ideas. Weil, so Iiave we, aud
here nro some of our ideas:
We have an idea
1. That it is eauior to prevent
drunkards than to reform them.
That it is cheaper to educate our
fut'ire legislators while young than
after whiskey votes have sent them to
.!. I hat it is I letter for our irlrl-i to
learn to li:to tlio wine-cup, tiefore
they are tempted to smile on the wine
4. Thai the hest temperance model
for our hoys is the man who can say
he ni rcr Ikih partakeu of intoxicating
. That it is a very desirable thing
toniake temperance studies nud tern
peraneo work attractive to young peo
pie. That in order to make temper
ance spread and prevail, the people
liMMt become intelligent concerning
the real nature and eflects of alcohol
ami conscientious enough to abstain
7. That when the best educated
and most reliuod families realize what
temperance can do for us, and we
hope to show in our future columns,
they wilt be among its most earnest
and persistent advocates.
Vv'Lat are they which, though i.l
ways drunk, are never intoxicated?
It it Kill that the Milesian scribe,
who presides over the city department
of our disreputable evening contempo
rary (which has failed to be a n:wspa
per siii-c Porker Jack has eeas'-d to
make its (Millions lively) tried to en
gage himself to Van Ambmgh's great
.s!iov. 1 wai'ted to hire as a ehan-
lier. alleging that his nose, which
shine.- like a locomotive headlight, on
it dark niiriit, would illuminate the
can v;s at a eiy sni.-.ll i-.pelise. Af
tera la:-1' hi'Miiyy ;it the saloons ke p
ing :datt s, Vast Amburuh came to the
-oueIll'-ioit that it Would be cheaper to
bay coal-oil for the lamps than to keep
th.- i! i.ii!--I-iiiot,i;i in me amount ot
len. ine neces.-cry to keep thai "snoot,"
up to a proper degri.-e -i" illuminating
A gMMl and great man, who was
bh-s.-ed willi a healthy body and
mind, was once aked by a weakly in
tliv Idiial, "J low i it, sir, that You are
.- stri since yai art never .-e.-n to
iaste strong drinks;" Jle njilicd,
" For t lie con vetiteiice of weak memo-lii-s,
1 1 iv answer is tin'.-: Slronjr drink
makes the drinker weak; weak drink
;ii.d-v's the drinker strong.''
There is a wide d-lVercnce of opin
i -n :is to the ori jiu of the phra-o, "A
Me.ry ( 'hi istmas.'' 'JJie Xi w York
World s-i.vs it is a eornmtioti of -'A
Myrrh.v t'hristmas," having ivfert nee
to myrrh oil ring. A mati iinouially
ine!iiiel young lady claims that it al
ludes to "A il:;rry 'hri -tnias," ami a
Jovedoin youth think it e.Ttainly
reii rs to "A Mary Chrj-ii)-s." May
r Williamson, however, inclines to
the l"litf hat it is dcrivel from
; "Maoi-y t'lnitti!as,"while the ma-
jory of our citizen asrt..rf that the
. ii. .
projier ironunciaiion oi inn j,urase
nor is "A Miry t'lirisinnis."
Jscidtr right.' Some peoii'.e, nnd
its tracts and pamphlets all over the
laud, and many of its publications
liave found Uieir way across me At
lantic. If the great mass of the read
ing public refuse to accept and read
temperance literature, the hearts of
the downtrodden have been cheered
and lifted up by the truth that has
dropped at their feet, scattered by this
institution of love to humanity. Some
large-hearted men stand at the head
of this society men who have toiled
and made sacrifices for a lifetime. In
the midst of financial embarrassments
aud discouragements, they have been
doing their work, and if the world is
ever redeemed from the curse of in
temperance; they will stand crowned
as victors in the light. Thousands
will rise up at last and call them
"Headers, will you not help this
grand institution of temperance literar
ture, by purchasing some of their
beautiful books? You will help your
self also, for uo one can fail to be bene
fitted by true temperance literature."
Take Cars cf 7cur Habits.
Horace B. Claflin, a prominent mer
chant of New York, is as quaint and
humorous as he is keenwitted and
rich. They tell the following good
story about bim:
On the loth of February, about five
o'clock, Claiiin was sitting alone in his
private office; when a young man,
pale and care-worn, timidly knocked
and entered. "Mr. Claflin," said he,
'I have been unable to meet certain
payments because certain parties have
not done as they agreed by me, and I
would like to have $10,000. I come
to you because you were a friend to
my father, aud might be a friend to
"Come in," said Claiiin, "come in
and have a glass of wine." "Xo,"
said the young man, "I don't drink."
"Have a cigar, then?" "No 1 never
smoke." "Well," said the joker, "I
would like to accommodate you, but 1
don't think I can." "Very well,"
said the young man, as he was atnuit
to leave the room, "I thought perhaps
you might. (Joad day, 8ir." "Hold
on," said Mr. Clatim; "you don't
drink?" "So." "Sor smoke, nor
gamble, nor anything of the kind?"
"No, sir! l am superintendent of the
"Well," said Claflin, with tears in
his voice and his eyes, too, "you shall
have it, and three times the amount,
if you wish. Your father let ine have
y ),oou once, ana askect me the same
questions. No thanks 1 owe it to
you for your father's trust."
A Public Sentiment.
One of the speakers at the recent
liquor sellers' meeting, New York said
they must "create a public sentiment
which should compel the .Legislature
aUut to assemble to grant the trade
relict." I his is the real meaning of
the present demonstration. The trade
desires license ami relief. The liquor
dealers wish the State to legalize and
sauelioii their destructive business, to
allow thf in to desecrate the Sabbath,
and to "lower the license fees." These
liquor meetings are all to operate upon
the (Jovernor and the Legislature.
The talk of "oppression" is to obtain
more "freedom." Thf y are willing to
aid in shutting up a few "low grog
geries" in order to make the remain
ing thousands "respectable." The
tight will come in the next Legisla
ture, and the "rural members" will be
expected to assist in breaking down
the present barrier, and opening up
the Sabbath, that this "gigantic crime
of crimes" can have the broad seal and
sanction of the State. What resinmse
will i he citizens of New York State
make to this insolent demand?
-V nraetical comment of much sig
nificance upon the prevalent custom
of beer-drinking in ticrniany apjiear
in an interesting sketch of "J'rince
Kisniarck's Mother," published in
'J r'iit j's M'l'jtizi nr, and reprinted in
this country m Li'l' I'm J.ivinrj Ay:.
Bismarck's mother early recognize I in
him great po.-.-ib:liti s, and manifested
siiiieii anxiety that his educational
opportunities should be of tiie best
quality. In l.is b oyhood his own de
sire as to go to 1 U-i lelbcrg, but the
mother petVrred (Jottiugeii. "She
was, " says the sketch from which we
quote, "afraid that the art of imbibing
enormous tankards of itccr an art so
as.-idiiotisly cultivated in tiie former
town that it may almost be said to
form a part of the curriculum would
become a habit with her son. 'A
!ieer-vat cannot scale a mountain, ami
you have one b'-i'oiv you, on the top o;
which is fame,' said she." Young
Bismarck conformed to the wishes oj
his mother, ami went to (Jottingeu
i- l.i ,i i
u e coiiniiCiKi tne vatuanio less:u o
this incident, drawn from Oermi:
expei ien e in a most niitacul lal o Hur
ler, to the I nought! u! consideration
the I ferm iii-Aincrican and other beet
propagandists in this country.
Hark! a thousand wroruts appalling,
And Innumerable woes.
Witn liuploiicg tongues are calling
Truth and valor f.-oiu repose:
"To the rescue!"
Guar J the heartbittone from Its foe.
Save the waillrjg wife and daughter;
Turn the son train ruin tiacB;
JaS. V. BROOKS. Machinist.
THOS. J. WALKEK, Traveling Agent.
Brooks & Walker.
Where the Rum-nod 'h unr of slaughter,
Save tiRs vlnliniH!
(irlui with blood, rolls huge and black.
Rush between aud suaich them back.
D ish to eirUi bis bowl of venom;
Cms1! the ine-cu p lull rf woe !
Red? nye, like ilie.stiin&e of Flinnom,
I,ll r id wi'h the fires boiuw!
Sjlu and Sorrow
Gather lu itu deadly flow.
Tell tho nHtlons rum must perlsb.
Arid tne world be gliKl oucx more.
All the Invaded homes we cherlun
cjhall be rescued from his power.
God is for us.
Onward! Who can Bland belorc?
We have lighted np our banners.
We have pealed our battle-cry
"Ever Onward" till boxannoM
iUm our tiiumpu lo the ky.
Though we oattle till we die !
A Sunday Sceao in Jersey City.
James Lieraoss, aged 23, Thomas
C'arberry, aged 2 J, an I John Carberry,
!tgel 21, members of the "Long Dock
(,'hain (Jang" of Jersey City, entered
Sullivan's saloon at Henderson and
Provost, street yesterday, and called
for whiskey, which, after drinking,
they refused to pav for. When .Sulli
van attempted to eject them, Tjemoss
drew a revolver on him, and the
younger ('arliem nourished a club.
A call for the police started the roughs
to the sidewalk, and when Oilicer
(.'ovenev tried to arrest thetn, they
knocked him down and took hi club
from him. Sergeant R?ed seized John
Carberry, but lie broke away and
swore that he would not be taken
alive. They were suddenly re-enforced
bv about lift v roughs, and they
dtlied the otlietrs. Capt. Mullaney'o
appearance quieted the mob, and the
prisoners, who were struggling in the
grasp of the ollicers, finally consented
to go to the Urove street station.
some boys, especially, think that ti
,i4r is all right, Mhile others say it
lo-s fl s'r''!1 '' I'arm. We do not
ish to tigL't a good thing, an.l we
shall not con.'cm'i cider uulieard.
Will you not just write and UU us
Avbat you know about Jt. Jt yott
know any goo.l or any harm that
it has done, tell us carefully all alxait
it am? we'll decide according to the
facts in the case.
A young scapegoat, notorious for
his pranks ni:d practical jokes, M ho
came of age the other day, awoke the
family at midnight by loud eriea of
'Man in the luaise ! "
Mrs. M. A. Molt, in the Christian
Stiii'tnl anl lloiiu Joiirnuf, writes
jw follows on this subject:
'No branch of literature is so much
rie"-;et i'1' or so utile sougnt alter, as
that win.'' relates to tcm;erance. Jf
li'!ii!T.inct? has become- a threadbar
stlbieet. it h;H jmt been made thus by
a h-semiualioti of temperaliee litra-t-.ire.
Men seem Lo dread the matter
of tempeiaiiec, and especially when
r.-seuttHl in the form of hook and
paf-eis. They instinctively thrink
lrom these as though they would le
i-ontamiuated by the reading of them.
"We hardly understand the secret
of this, for tcmperani o literature Is is
high-toned, and as f;i!I of beauty and
interest, as any sl le of reading. We
have only lo refer to the publications
of the National TcmpcraiiCL Society,
New Yolk, to prove tiiis assertion.
Their books are w ell written full of
interest, suu-liine, ami religion. They
arc as fascinating as si now-!, and yet
truth ami pure- teaching are cntir
tahicd in them. They ale well hound
and possess as many outward attrac
tions as an 1'iibiic.itioiis in the land.
Their mission is to promote the cause
of tein;'laiiee, and they are silently
doing their gieat work.
" l iie National Temperance Society
publish the greatest amount of U ni
) cr.inc' liteiature of any publishing
lions r in llu- world, a;al it well de-
h "rVes liie siii'i'i . ioei -uoioeiice o
t:ie world at Jargi
1 he luiuor-uerilers of the District ol
(Columbia, like those of this city, art
disposed to mtmiid itc :md curtad th(
power of the jioliee tillieiids who inter
tcre w:lli th-ir lawless salo of intoxi
cating liquors. A number of the re
tail dealers ol V asbington, through
Hon. A. S. Williams, a m-wnlicr frinn
Michigan, have lately petitioned the
1 louse ol Kcproseiilatives iisking j-e
lief from al!eg-d grievances sustained
at the bauds of the lloard of Metropol
itan Police "in (In- rrfut'il i,f li;in::
fur thr :ir of i"''.ij-ci'in; ' itnora.'
It remains to U seen whether Con
grs-i will heed their jH'tition ami
direct the 1'olice Licetising Hoard to
give increased facilities for selling
l-qtior in the nation's capitol. It is a
tnatUT which concerns more than the
drink venoers or the citizens of the
District of Columbia. It involves the
honor s n l reputation of the whole
country. In invoking the jwvpr of
Congress for their relief, the ashing
ton liquor dealers grasp a two-edged
swonl which may, and Khould, be em
ployed to destroy, rather than lo pro
tect, their iniquitous business. There
ought not to 0t a single liquor license
granted, nor a single liquor-shop toler
ated in the nation's eapitol. A little
farther on In the progress of toe tem
perance reform, when the citizens of
the several States become also awak
ene.I ?' 44 ocuse of their citizenship re
sponsibilhy for tiie institutions, good
or had, of the District of Columbia and
the Territories, the drink-traffic uill
nut be legalized or tolerate;! tJit'rtin,
We expect that this goodly band of
temiK-rance champions win te among
our best friends. Ve hope to get a
basketful of letters from them, not the
waste basket, nor our work basket,
but a big clothes-basketful; though we
neither expect nor wish them all at
once, ljeeau.se then we could neither
read nor print them all, and we should
like to do both.
nn:ri iiu;;s istroBE the public.
BR. O. DIANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
rpHE countenance is paleand lcaclen-
colored, with occasional flushes, or
a circumscribe J spot on one or both
cheeks ; the eyes become dull ; the pu
pils dilate ; an azure semicircle runs
alonj the lower eyelid ; the nose is ir
ritatcd,sv.ells,aml sometimesbleeds ;
a swell nig" of the upper lip ; occasional
headache, with humming or throb
bing" of the ears ; an unusual secretion
Df saliva; shiny or furred tongue;
breath very foul, partictilatly ;n the
morning; appetite variable, some
times voracious, w itli a gnawing sen
sation ofihe stomach, at others, entire
ly gone ; fieeiingpainsinthestomach ;
occasional nausea and vomiting ; vio
lent pains throughout the abdomen;
bowels irregular, at times costive ;
stools slimy : not imlVequeutly tinged
with blood ; bcllv swollen ami hard ;
urine turbid ; respiration occasionally
tlilhotiit, ami accompanied by hie
comdi : conghsomctimcsdrvandcon
vulsive ; uneasy ami disturbed sleep,
with grinding of the teeth ; temper
vaiiable, but generally irritable, &c
henever the above symptoms
ate fount! to exist.
DR. CM. LANE'S VERMIFUGE
v. ili certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MEKCURV
n any form ; it is an innocent prcpara
lion, not capable of doing the slight
est injury to the most tender in fant
The genuine Dr.MVLane'sVkr-
Mirt'i;i; bears the signatures of C.
Ml' Lane and Fleming Bros, on the
BR. C. M PLANE'S
These- Pills arc not recommended.
We respectfully invite tbe attention of
tbe citizens of Columbia, Maury and ad
Joining counties that we have opened a
Sewing Macbine Repair Shop. We can take
any old machine, put in new parts, where
necessary, al: the lntesl Improvements, and
make it as good new, to the delight and
satls'actlon of owners, and at a very small
J. V. Brooks tins bad fifteen years experi
ence in the manufacturing and repairing
of all kinds of Sewing Machines, aud will
give satisfaction or no charge mode.
t.uus, P btoit and linc'as repaired. Keys
fitted, and xll kliidi of light mahlnery re
paired with neatness and dlfpaicn, and
We keep Machine Need'es, OH and At
Correspondenca with the country solicit
ed. Acrents for the latest improved Wheeler
and Wilson Machines.
smr Ottlce Fleming Block, Dr. Sheppard's
old stand, oppnHile Flixt PreMhjierlan
Church. Garden Street, Columbia, Tenn.
JW . Ill
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SEPTEMBER THE 3, 1S77-
REAL, ESTATE BROKER, INSURANCE,
and (Jenerxl Airent, Ijoans Negotiated,
No. 75 Church StreetCMaxwell House, Nahh
ville, Tenn. " Gives personal attention
to all busiiiFKn ei trusted to him. "Will
cheerfully answer all inquiries la regard to
this section of Tennessee, Its soil, climate,
health, advantages, etc. augl7-ly
Circulars statine course of study, and oth
er uarticu In rs, will be sent on uppllcatlon
to HEV. UEO. BECKETT, Rector,
iulv!3-ly. Colli ti: bin. Tenn.
Glad Tidingrs to the Afflicted
'I - -ir--i -
his l.nrgo and
a, Stoves, id
South-west Bide of the Public Scinare. tn the
linuse formerly occupied by the Bank of
toiumtiiH, whert he proposes to oner every
tUlog In litis line at pi .t-es tuat will
"Will be done to order.
A LlulniLiit uulverstilly acknowledged na
I he most r now ned qiiiik cure t ver hi ought
before the public in'ine iueteeeuth. Cen
tury, fur the peiicci cureoi uoiu
MAN AND BEAST!
This popular and sreat healing reme1y so
, . , I... ....... it,, ia irltlnll
uutjouudeu proois oi its merits oy an uv
lni tested lis nnrivanl pmvtis, and by
I THOUSANDS, in all cases ciulming it the
moKipoMerlul remedy and quick renevtr
DIAKOND CIL POSSESSES
The llest Concentrated HeaMr.i; Proprt'es
tJuickest Si:ieiitnc Arts tor iMiu neiiel
Moot Combined MetlicMled .eee-siiio-, as a
Liniment for MAN AND BEAST, ever in
tioduced lor public lietiellt. Those sutloring
who will use this L,:niiuentin lime will he.
convinced that it lb a sure euro lor lUieu
mutism. Nei.ralnla. Bruises, Kiiralus
wel:iims, burns. Cuts, r ions. Tumors,
1'iies. Juiur.-d Dlmb. S-a!ii.s. Gout. Dn
tner. a, jtoib Throat, Toolhacne, lieutlHcliO
Insect Bites. Fj if. Cone. Upe- w orm, eie
for th human roc-. AND IS A POSIIIVJ
i.'L'KK for Sweeny. BiuaOones, strains, Cal
lous. Siuins, Colic, Holts, Wuiug-,11, i'oii
Evils, Catlie and Siietp ( fnip.aiuis, aud all
gt n, nil diseases in slock, and many other
aftuciions of both Alan and Brist.
DIAMOND OIL is lor Kale i.y T. B. Kalns,
Druggist, eclumbia, i eDU., l eiug well ie-
comiuei.did by all D.ui;gis;s, I'uyslcinns.
aud every one wLo has ued it. I'rlce 7
cents ter bottle. Irei ared by W. 10. KA
tiAN CO., l'.dJudelpljia. Branch titlu-e;
Indianapolis, Ind. iiovW-70-ly.
TO FURTHER EXCUSE FOR
with thoi-e wlio preterits being the former
color. F. W. Ureenbalge's. Nashville, Tena.,
doc not pum tne hair; dispenses with the
necessity for cbampooing by keepiug Ibe
hair and scalp nice ami clenn, which will
save you more money than the Restorative
cos's you; is an esqu'slie dressing; nicely
periumeii; speedii- resti'ies g'y i air toils
loriner color; clean-cs the hi a I of all dfln
drntt, iio.inu, tumor, etc.; promotes growth
ol the hair; prevents lis falling off. fud ren
ders il soil, glossy huh more hexutilul than
ever. Sold at the very reasonable pi ice of
50 Cents Per Bottle.
The bottles hold as much as the dollar bot
tles ol other kinds, aud the quality is guar
anteed eqiinl in u:l respects to any in use,
as nothing but si rictly 11 rut-class arllcles en
ter its composition. Uive it a trial, and if it
fails to i-.atisly you, be sure to return it and
Kt-t your money. 1'tug Store, north-west
corner public square, Liberal discount to
dealers. For sale la Columbia by Nat.
Ho; man. auyZ-l-ly
Roofing, (Jutterlug, and everything per
taining to his line of business ou better
terms than can be had elsewhere.
L. H. All well chii he found at this house,
and would he chid to have a l his old
friends call upon him. nov2-77-6in
We have in stock a first-class assort
.1 L'MP fcfEATS,
Also llernesj from
$12.00 to lOO.OO
Our work Is first-clas; the pric-s lower
than the siuue kind ol work can l.p honeht
north or tilr.mbla. KL 1I A TUUI'lA.
JOHN T. TUCKER. W. F. TUCKER,
T. & W. F. TDCKER,
Wholesnle and Retail
North-east Corner public Square,
Columbia, : : : 2'aiiiascc.
Dealers In cotton and all kinds of produce.
LUieral advances made on goods in store.
TOBBISE MTEB VHEEL
CiUARANTEKD TIIE BEST.
A CERTAIN CURE FOR
STOUT, BULLS y TEMPLE,
Jfain'facturcrs on-.l IVoiirirtorii.
kit i n.'i....L
ALSO.IIour pnd Pa- i,l BUSulAlll U IblUT UUYILUS .
jer Jlill ftlctilnery,
ii-Ki iiciiemi .iiu t ur-
ti iherK. Larue iiiiis
Ir.ited caiil04!ue sent
iTfoll ppIlC'llii'll to
siout, suns Tem
ple, imyton, Oiiio, or
i ilelf At.eltt,
A. E0M ECU'S
2 Fancy Goods Eniporinjii,
Ptifumery and Toilet Articles.
KID GLOVES, FANS, ETC.
103 FOUTII STREET,
Ret. Market and Jelfcrsou,
A 'a rjro n uirb'jr of testimonials ciiIJ be
furnished, but i Keicct only one, b. cause
ail the renders of tots psper know hu:i. I
is from Dr. E. E. tjoo"lielt, an expeiienced
driiLTgist aiifl a luau of Ilie highest integiity.
Nashville, Tk.nn., Nov IS, HOT.
1W. -Vr. iJclllree
Dr. Flake, of the Cunib. r':ind I'resbytc
riin I'ubiU.hliig Il.ins", Nnshvihe, ciive'rue
a Is.ite ol your "WINE OK HA KDL'I." As
1 have bi-eii in the dtug buieekn i.i this
city tor a num her of years, J kiicc of sever
al Indies who were gieat suderers in conse-
rjueiiee ol inensti'UiJ dlslui banco., and one
lu paillculnr, u Ik" suilitiiiis v-ere no gieat
hi in r "luouiiiiy period , iaiserreijiieut
iy nnu siHsnis. j le.i inai in.s would ie
g(d lc.-i"., and I L'Hvethe- nieaioine U li.
She looh lt asdirec'ed by you, aud U entire
ly relieved hi l. It No naini) a wonderful
remedy, and I iriist thai the day will son
come wnfcn all the v omen wto sutler t!.us
will have access to your inedicii e.
Yours very truly, E. E OOODLETT.
Jlanufactured nd soid bv
R. Li. McEl REE & CO.,
Wj the Depot, Tenn.
OS" For sale by all Drugisis.
Established in 1S35.
Commercial Institutions !
Th.c Oldest in America.
Xo. V Nor:h Summer .St., Nashville, Tenn.;
No. 1.1U.1 l'.roailviay, 'w York;
No. 2-"i Canal Sf. N. O.
Oivu all the year.
J. W. DOLBEAR,
Author of "Do; bear's Pcience of Penman,
ship," No. lo North Summer St.,
I toon -lice piny, in all its varieties, prac
tically aud thoroughly taught, without ex
pense to pupil for useless books, hut with
lree access lo all the hest authors on the
suf'Jeci, wit iiout decepilreehow or waste of
time ou thst which Ik utteriy useless. The
pupil is, in n. few months, put through a
ouise of practice fur greater in variety aud
estent than occurs in any business house
in five years. Kncli business house is con
fined to a repetition of the small variety of
Irai'sai-iiorjs in that particular house, snd
to one Hu nt it keening biiks, while teach
ing should incluue all vr.etie and foi ins.
The learning of book-keeping is an excet
lenr exercl-,e of the mind and constant
piactice. in Spelling, Writing and Arithme
tic, and for t hese reasons ought to be taught
ot an eany tige.
Wiltiiisr. the Dolbears have, by thirty
years exrn rii-i-ce, reiiuced to. the certainty of
sciei;c- ami th"- have invented
a syst-in ol hand je tiKioliig whic'
removes most jm era in ped con
dition of Ilio ;jThaiid, and
maRis liiircrssr V .iM certa; n to -all
who follow J:is Instructions. Persons from
six to sixty years of aie can, in a short, lesrn
to write u Itli ense mid elegance), however
crump aud stiti the wilting may L-e at first.
I!Mooitrn.li v is easily learned, and re
poniDg is very prolltable, and the most lm
pr ivlng business a young man can be in.
KoTr.e indies are now receiving ten dollars
per day as reporters.
TJ:R.KS Paoblein Advance.
Ki.sine-s Writi'U.. .fl5
I'.Mi ii tiiiKi t wity Jfs-i'iin of iia hour
each, hut the lesions not limited. Noex
tra for pens, boohs, psper,etc.
lii ok-kteplnj,', single entry t20
t'uti couiee ii.lI" and double entry ill!
This iLcludes lx,oks and stationery. No
extras. U-u il time one to three mouths.
11 1 o u o" r p h y S20
I'upl s pay for tiie hooks used in this art.
lo.au and lodging from '5 to $7 per week.
W. J. Straj-horn.
GRAIG & CO.,
Grain and Produce Merchants
Have opened a large Ware-house at the
Lf.i'-o Depot. I r.ev h-ive ample storsge
room, and Milieit consiyr tn. i is. Orders
pr-mpil- c.m-i m is aclori y nlleil. Afresh
stii'i'ly tA' 1 1 1 i . vi iMterles alwas on
hand, et the ve.y lowest price. Co ue aud
e us. o-tM 12m.
ROOMS ONE DOLLAR PER DAY. ALL
tbe delicacies of the season always on hand.
io uuuicq oireei, iMasiivuie, ienn.
vjcu 19-an, a. I'll ILL.
Dr. P. A. BADGER,
Odd-Fellow's Temple, Church St.,
Nashville, : : ' Tennessee.
. 104 Church Street,
NASHVILLE, : : TENN.
Dr. I. T. GUNH.
No. 113 CHURCH 8TREET,
(Near McICendree Church,)
JMasnvme, . : : Tennessee.
Iiealer In Foreign and Domestic
Fruits and Confectioneries,
7i JV. Cherry St., opposite Haxu ell lipase,
Aruioii Union Street,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
33. EC. STIEP,
Silver Lever Watches,
mm mmii clccu ei:,
No. 5 Union St., Near Market,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
Kvery article soM Is warranted as rcpr
scnted. All Watch work guaranteed for
one year. aug. 17-6in.
H. V. BASSETT,
AND ICE- CUE A if S. 1 L O OX,
NO. UNION KTRF.ET,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
Sirs. S. J. Little,
No. ZT North Bummer Street,
NASHVILLE, j : TEXX.
Board 88 per week; 85 oenu per dav and
night. a -4 ly.
W. I. Edwards,
O CUXjIST, .
Gives bls'excluslve attention to the diseases
or the Eye, Ear and Nose. Ollice Msttle
House, up stairs. aug!7-ly
At the Old Kanst, Corner SevJh Mnin St.
uUi I'tiblie Square,
Carver & Horn's
100 CHOLERA BiDl.
A certJihi. pflective and prompt cure, and
a sure preventive of Hie spre-d of the dis
ease. I'rrce cJ.i-u a P.lckaiie, contHinlug snf-lici'-nt
lo cine twenty ih-j. Savs your hogs
ti u ci.ii viuuiy IA.-M Lt'um n ne;fti.
A.. J. (..UiVtltitlO.,
6eri7-lv. Nashville, Tenn.
Gov'jnent Claim Agrncj.
Price One Dollar
isow is ine time to hie vour Claims -or
llouuty, Arrearssnd I'm v, Vcnsion nd Ai-
murB V n r ..f Ul n .il 1JII 11 I1!.,!..,. ...
l..t. . .11 .1 . Ml .1 ... n I I ,r.,,,,n
ESaix-llllJuy "rorau iuo HIS llUlt, neHIl property txnen hy the Federal army duiing
ia Imii. 1a " lint ; nfl'.iMlnno ,,f , i, t he isle war, and cat rv i 1 g tho Mail hetore
... ..v... --.', Jllv v.. i the war. cull, cted wt'h tne i:.snl dlKmi'i,.
Persons from a distsnce can eo'imniiiii-nle
with the undersiin d. Al. business attend
ed to promptly, ohce und.-r Herald and
.Mall, ..orth r.aln Ktreet.
March ltt-77-ly. J. L. WILSON.
A inissioinrv f me Anieiiptm Ntin-
ilny-S4:o)l Union in Arkansiw MTitt-s
"1 siutii never lorp.-t tiie time I or-
fjanieil a Sunday school in (nenr
the State line. A drunken man trltul
to break tip my inettinr; hut I pre
vailed nirainst him. mid u line school
wa established. The next nirlit, I
m.ule them a tenijerance speech. A
man eanie in with a juir of whiskey,
and wjsheij to 'treat the meeting;' btit
1 kcjit on with my s-pecrh, nnd lie !-
I'aiiii'iisliamiHi. unit ponrcn out li;t
whiskey on the lxr. He signed the
ph-tle, and Ikvaiho ft sober nnd in
dtistrioiis man, and j-iiiel U)p Kijdo'.tv
school. When I passed through that
villase lately, one of these men said to
me, When you were here lief're, I
et;il very Uidly; but I am sorry now.
f have siirned the pleilue and joined
the Sii:nl.iv-ss h.sil. I was n wicked
and drunken man thei, and did not
rare f r mv wife and eliibiren. J whs
dmxciti.ir her down to the prave in sor
row, and my (Lining little elniUrcn
would llei from im us from a ferooiotis
heasf. Jiut 1 have ipiit tlri n ki ii.tr.
1'lin Sunday-school and the pledge
have dune uuieh for me. "
liver, and in all Jiliou3 Complaints.
lAstiepsiu, and Sic!v IJenduclic, or
diseases of tliat'ebtiracter, tliey stand
without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No bettor cathartic can bo used pre
paratory to, or iu;er taking Oumine.
As n simple purgative Iheyaro un
isny hie or inn t noxs.
Tli e iron nine arc never surrar coated.
12a ch box has a red wax eenl on the
lid, -vith the impression Jla. M!7-
I'Ane's Liveu Pills.
Each wrapper boars tl:eig:latures
pi (J. ii. Liane and r laming liaos.
Sold by nil respectable druggists
Ril country etorckecpers gencrallj;
Dealer in all kinds of
VTrlte to Vz.
Whether von expect to take tho
IIki: :,! or not, write t tn. If this
should be the only ropy of the paper
you lioje to see, then write to us all
ill-- limit', and write now. Tell lis
what you think alxnit tiie p.ipcr, and
help us by your advice, lvause you
;;rc interestiil aUuit t 'li!a'r.tnce.
Kverylxnly N interested iiUmt that.
Vim are all ttniperance lx-oole. and
It has scattered you want this thing done up right,
Persors in to-vn will save money bv cbI!-
Ine Bt the fbl;t!e UousB Around me Cor
ner.'' wlit-re everytliiuu netdt-d lor the ta
ble can be h:'d nnt-ant-r than elsewliere. and
tliost lrom the counlry lo the name, aud al
so barter their produce or receive ensh from
us tor k4j f uiuK iiitrv nioii cu. w
21jrden atrecft ' , tpjitU-ly.
J. II. SIcLwen, Executor, etc., vs. H.uah H,
.M era and otlieis,
TV virtue of a decree of the Ilonorab'e
I J tlinrciTy t ourt at C.ih.-iiilii i. TVnn
leudered at . the October term. Is77. in the
HOovetS'j-jed cause, I will, on Hi- 4in day f
r i-ni uar , in.o, hi iiih cuun-noce uiior in
lhet..wti of Columbia, lenn.. nroi-eed lo
oiler I -r siile to the hlh-Mt and b sf (bidder,
iu uMiuHing (icriut-fi Liaci oi mini, hiiuu
ltd In liie UUi nlvll iliMrlrt i! Alaurv conn
t.y, lenn-.oti llltlel:eby CreeB, and nn.re
particularly aen ribed as lollows. one trsct
t-artioi&Ria c.ot-K: lietclntiiue Ht. a liolnt In
the centre of the central turn pifee road, the
corner oi KHi j trace ana h Iran oi inrni i.e.
longing to Mrs. Vk . M. Davidson; running
tnence north W, 1"', west 81 poles to a stake
in Mrs. israacn 8 nnti inenoe no-ill WHQ
Mrs. l.rancn s soul n boundary line, south
Kit', west 79 poles, lii links to lue east bank
ot said creeK: thence ur aud with said
creek i: jioleis to a p ilnt In tbo centre of
said creek: thence witn tho centre ot said
creek Ui5 peles to the north-west corner of
tract ot land oeiotminu to v rn. M. Voor-
hies: llicnce nouth (si , 4IP, east (il roll. 5
linkis to a u nite oak; tin nee south 6, if,
eatt 4 polt-s to a hlake; thence south 57 J, 4-Y,
east 41 po.es, 1 link lo the centre of fcaid
turnpike; thence with cenirn of siid turn
pike north it)0, 1", eaa 74 poles; t.ience
uorinBi'.w, eaM poies; inence north
S.J.'i1', east lo poles and 2 links; thence north
4?'4", 10 poles, 75 links to the beginning
'J he oilier tract -west of said
KONUMEKTS AND TOMBSTONES
Ail of tiio best Italian Marble.
I,n!s. have the latest sty les of deslena.
A 11 wo; k as chea ! as c in be ilnue elsewhere.
vt-inu'aetory ou West Main Street, near the
RAINS' DRUG STORE.
bounded on the north by said creek and
trjct OMund bi lonslnx to lavld tt. A.'cKai!:
e:t by aid creek; south bysa!d 'road from
Columbia to Mt. Pleasant, and west by the
lauds ot the said McFail, containin by estlr
niation 2 acres, in all coiitaiuine 2nn n, r.:
Said land will be sold, (excepting nnd not
selling the 00 acres, 3 roiain and 3Snerchen.
assigned to Sarah H, ! as dowbr; said
dower tract is described as f illo-jtrf; Beuiu
ning ata point ou the bast bank of I.i I He
iiigoycreek.lt belug J. M. .MiyiVfaimh
west corner; running thence north Nt:. 51'
e,is: 79 pol. s, 0 itnkstoa stake, ids corner
1'ience south 19', i , easi si poles to ti.e cen
treoi -Mt. P.eavtnt pike; tnetice north with
(iinire of said pite south 4f" . weat !0 no
and 'Slinlfs; thence south M!', west f poles
auu znnK; t neooesui.ii a-; . west vrl poles
iiiu suiae witn uiaca anu wainiiL p4intT;
thence north 81 weft lol poles and VI links
t a wild cheriy; thence nortn 27J43, west
HI! nolpKtn m KVn.in.ore on north oxnlr r.f
f,.J I ,mi Cei I crek;anu thence eastwardly with soutn
Z.i iSii kili 121 YiiMf Wi3l batik . ri.l:tle liigby free to the begin
ning. on a cretin oi one aim iwo ywrs,
free from ail rights and euul ties ol redeiup-
iion. .oieswin oe reuuireu i.i purchaser
or t urcliasers, bearing interest lrom dule,
with gMd uud approved rtcurity, and a
Ili-u retained on said land for the piiy
"lenl ot Hie parcliase notes. Possession Wlil
bo gi veil to i.u roll tuier on the llrsl dav of
January, i.m, wiin jeve, uowever, lo en
ter in me iu ol IS, lor tne purpose of sow
J au uary 1, 1877. i. K. fXfOPEK, C. & M .
The co-pnrtnrrsliip heretofore existing
bawveiiTui'HirA sd berry has this day
l.c-.-n dlssived by n:imixl eonsent, Oeo. T.
Se!brry rellrln. To" business Mill be
carried on by J.iuies Tucker, and all per
sons indehieii to the firm are requested to
come lorwaid and seUle at otice and save
costs. .IAS. M. TL'l KKlt,
Dec. 11, lS77.-4t. t,tO.T. IEUlitKRY.
W. M. 5tclissapk t-t ai., vs. Tiari-ison North
and wile, etal.
PCKSlTANTtoadecree of the Worship
ful Cuniy Court of M-urry county, T-ti-nessee,
eno-red at t he lieceinber term, 1M77,
in tiie above styled came, I will sell to the
highest and b. st bdder, ou Monday. 2 1st
uay oi jjuuary, i., at mo court-t ojse
mwr iii in-? town o! uoiiunbia, Mauty couo-
ty. Tenn., the two tracts of land mentioned
In iliepleadings. Tract No. 1. situattd in
civil di.-triot No. 7 of Maury ccunty, Tennes
see, and bounded as follows, to-wlt: Ou the
noilhby the lands ot Junes Qvendreet:
Fast by I he lan:s rl IJr. Nathan 1'erry, T.J.
Ilea aud W. JI. Aiclvissack; south by the!
ihijiis oi i . o. ive uanies mj ue; wear oy ilia
lauds of skI.1 l'nyue, Mrs. J.iseuby and W.
!. AlcK'SS-'Cif, cou ainlui; oi.e I nnd red aud
liity-f'.ur acres, be the same more or less.
liact .Mi. ii situaiej in civil district o.
, d Oiles county, Tenn , and Is bounded
on the nortn by the lands of .lohn Faris:
east ny tne taiius oi i. j. ana e. i: i'erry:
south by t lie lauds of Samuel som; west I. j
the land of James Kneed, containing slztv-
wo at res. re the s ane more or les--, ald
itnds will be sold lu two or more tracts and
as a whole, and the sale will be made to the
highest and best bidder! on a erudit of one
and two years, with interest from day of
sale, except the sum of two hundred dol
lars in cash to nay co.ls aud attoroev s fees.
Notes witn approved personal security will
e required oi tne purchaser or purchasers
and a lien rrtined to secure the payment
oi me purensse money.
1X-C. '.I, lSi t. A, H. AK1., U. S J,
T t pnTcn -rvr t-
Physician and Surgeon,
Offlie Odd-Kellows leniple. Church and
Iiigh Sltreois. Kesiuence l&Z C'hu-ch sit.
J. M. GRAY.
1. ii. TALL.
CARRY TIIE LARGEST STOCK IN THE SOUTH,
To which they invite the attention of the Trado.
Agents for B. F. Avery & Sons' Celehrr.te-1 Plows and rurnihij? Im
plement. Full Btoek oh hand. Send for Circular. decH-77
Jno. J. MeGavock,
And Who!salc Dculrr i,t
IMPROVED FA212I MACHINERY,
Field Seeds, Fertilizers, JUtc,
Xoh. OJ and 04 8nth Market direct,
NASHVILLE, : : : : TENNESSEE.
The Imprest and most complete flock of Agricultural Implement and Farm
Machinery to In? found in the South or Wii.
The largest stock of the niot carefully m lci ted Field Seeds of every kind, at
lowest price for cash alone.
Full stock of Pure Ferlili.era constantly on hnud, at low prices.
Consignment lor Scitls and Country Pnsiuce Htiiciii-d. Splendid foci lit I cm
fi-r Storage, and cliarjres very rea.)tialile.
(jive u a trial before yoit purclia.-ie elsewhere. Satisfaction gunrnntcod.
Correspondence solicitetl. nov Jij.77.01j1.
W. It. MiFAHI.ANI).
WM. II. DARR
W. BL. HIcF'aplGLnd. cS Co.,
JI AN L'rAC'Tl'KEHH AND I'EAI.ECi.S IN -
Boors, Sjctli, JSllxxciis,
MOULDINGS AND SHINGLES.
ALL KINDS OF DRESSED LUMBER
CONSTANTLY ON II AMI.
Office and Planing Mill No. 81 North Colic,;., and i:;.'5 North Cherry Sliert
Nash villi-:, Ti-:n. nov2-ly
No. 70 South College Street,
MRS. E. FLUMMBB,
Jfo. 32 North Summer Htreet,'
AS HVLLLE, : : TEXX
Hotel and Eestaurant !
(Newly Refltted In First-CIass Style.)
Or"n dav nnd nlcbt. Rt N.s!iv111p nd
CliHtaniH:a and 1st., t.onls Ratlrt:id Hejiol, j
Naslivlile, lenn. hci-iw on tianil Hluilr.ni- I
ply of Kresri Uysters. PtmsenuerH u ill lie
calltd dHy or night lu tnno for tne di (rl
ure of all trtiiiH. Mewls reiuly nton orrival
of every truln. Tne lliria ftirnlsnid with
tne tine t H mm, J.lquorN and t is'irs. lo
Itteuierka aud KervMii g are in atteudmice
stall lioure. Ladies' rriate aii.lni' room
Just handsomely rntu-d.
OClO-tiUl. KOUKIIT EVKS TropT.
Prass l outidersand Machine Works, Stei-m Kiil'Iii -m, P,.,ii,.;N and Mill Ma
chinery, -Wrought In.,, i',,., (iloU-, An-le mid Cheek ValveM, I.W Steam
an.l NNater ( . oek, Fitting, Ktc, Steam .let Pump and l.itti.-(;jant Injeetom
lor Supply J5.)ih rs, Vmlraelois lor .Steam Hi'.-iiinr Apparatus for Hotel , Faf-
torus, lAt: Haveahviiys on hand a larire lot of secoi: Jiaiid macliinere. mi. I
te '. oPl-om.
" ' .. 1
VAN S. LINDSLEY, M. D.,
Gives his exclusive attention to tho medical and surgical
treatment of tho diseases of tho
3E3ye, 33VX, Tlioat X1LCL INJCDOO,
No. !)"), Corner of Church ami .Summer iln-i-ts, ( Cp-stairs, )
NASHVILLE. : : : : : TENNESEE.
Uo. 45 TJion Street. IASHVILLE, TENN.
Mantifs,oturer aral Dealer In
Boquet aud Muaic .Stands,
Chair Cain and
Pictures of all Kinds,
NO. 33 UNION STREET,
Between College and Cherry,
WmmtaKI,u?e'.,!,.''v'", ', enllr M-!c, working Initnim.-iiH t.n.1 B..ort
win 01 1 ne tilKit,- Allf .VLLKIt , wuilil r-sivel lull v n ixv ii.u 1. .
T' aTi 'V ov'i'.'.'ii' ' ,,''H"U"", '"r.pultloi.fff.r)o esliiHiKMn.-nt us , KIKmV AKT
.... ........ . i.u 17THUI1TI u 1 1. 1 , n. .- 1 1 1 111 pro veinetl in 111
adopted, and nil our work timiunteed u give s. t miHcl li.ii.
amy m, im. 7.-1 j . Mi(-c.wir Kit'nn C. Iin, 1 len'.f.
I'LiologiHpliy ure .iom jilijr
Pure Bred Fowls.
COLUMBIA , TENN ESS EE,
Breeder and Snipper of
The mul.-rs'ivK d bavins removed Ms
sl.v k nl lii-iw. Alt dieinefc, eie
ini::il inu Ulel ended en tiie rrce,
1'ulil e S.jiure and Vetl Main klleet. will ba
k:rt.a--ii u we ail cf liis old IneLds and
custom- r m the 1 ew aiore.
K?ei for hatchiue in Seasfin, Fowls for
sale al all times, i'riin-.l altentiou tiven
loall orders nnd communieations. vhicb
are reepectiully so'iciied. octl.'l-77-ly.
riTHF- firm ot Wall! inn A (iiffonl Is this r)av
X. aiswiive.1 ny n.iuiuui eons. 11 1., fcaid tjif
fold hHvtns so, 1 ins int. -res! m Hiid nrin lo
SiHinr.el It. WHIkins. a. w b! ins is ul .ne
Hill hor.tc.t to e.litcl tiie u. ti's due said
tlrin, and Ue Wlli pay nil . ,'n gun fnim
iml.l nrin. is.. rt. waxkixs,
Jauuaiy H, W.8. It W,JIFr OKL.
I tke this mlliod of Infonninz rnv
fiiemlN that I h -tve tins ilay sold Ut .'-nin'l
U tliu new 1 ! WhI kins try interest in tie tioupe ot
-..rcer of tlio VHtk in A tl'i, una 1 trust mat tbfy
win coniiaue 10 psirouize ine noue aa iib-
erlly lu tne luture as tney lixv in Hie
T, B. RAINS,
January 9, 1S7S,
O. W, OIFFQRP.
HAVINtl thid day miKpmled the It.koI
veney of the estate of KlizRtieili J..in-
mjii. d. e'.i. to t lie Ci r R of t he l o.iniv ivimi
of Mury connly, Tetun s.e, ntic- is lier
ly utvua to nil persons Imviuz rlnnns
mialnsi ald estate to tile teem dulv n
theulic'ei ,n or t-elore th -4-h d"sy of
April, 18T8. with a ,id I lerk. for lirurara ill,.
tribulluu, or tbey will be forever b rred.
January i, 1873. Admiuibirator.
THE ONLY TREATMENT
DIl. W. C. Cllurr;N. lormerlv of Iinls.
Ville, Hy., wLo Is Kij eelebmteil for the lret-
nientol Hnc-r. I'l.rN a ml uidnni Unit
It, Is periuauenl'y located in .M.-nmlils.
l enn., nnd lius taken looms ut GibtonV
Hotel, wnere ne may be consulted.
rriim the Hundreds wno have been cured
otcancer by ills lieattnent, we cive a lew
prominent nanu: Jtev.U. yVr. Mitchell, of
Aniens, Aia , who was eurea la lMi:i ttev
Mitchell will tl:e uieMiure In answerliis
Hiiy lei'eis 01 inouirx jiaiiresea to him: J
It. 1 rotter, IT"jet, Cilli s county, Tinm..
see, cured in I.S.U; James .vioititf, I roy, Obion
county , 1 ennti-see, cureu in int. A lew
nanies f.f 1 mmH.ent persons caret! In the
I:ist v. ar 111 Amhi;in:i: ov. tie". H Uoiiv.
ton, M.-aiKoiuerx : (.'apt. 11. C. IlaJdwl.i. .la.
cob Mcshc, l. !; liuiree. J. i. i lioinpson.
ri. j. r. o'ii.1, 1. j. rosier, i. . llu(;ee.
Mis. V rn. lieason, ail oflloi.il. ; Hon. Lewis
M. Ktone, Catr. liton, 1'irkens county, AU
hvm'.;ail 01 t..e aisjve cured of Canor-i; also
Dr. H. 1). llerndoii was cured ot Cancer by
iny ireattnent he will take pleasure in an.
swermsrany litters f inquiry addressed
nun hi 1 uiumoia, lenn.
l"JLrii-A e.iiM ' uuaraiiteed. no matter
noW .0114 Kiaiieiii.
Ol'IUM IIAMT Cored In thirty days,
head foi Ur. COL' l'li.N'.S Cancer Journal.
cl vinK niorlo of treatment aud lurea Ii-l 01
ce Lours from 10 a. nj to 12 in., and i
tut- . ,ht,-rs all U Ver to nr. II' ft. Cumten.
Gastvu't Mi,iphi.i, Tcttn. dec71ui.
N the District Court of the United Ht.aU
lor the l i'ldle District of Te- n s e. In
tno matter ot Wnlierspiain ik Sanders, J.
W. V iti.eiai ooii and II. II. hinder, are
l.ereby notine.l that tbeie wiU a third Ken-
al meeliiii! 11 ine c. einiors 01 sunt na .K.
rupls.oii me 1 i 11 nay 01 January, lt., nl
12 Si., at the oiliee ol Joan Ln fence, oi.e ot
tne legist rs in ti.mlirupi.cy. in u-l 1
trlcf. ut X.-.:.li vi le, Tenn. The ohieet of tiiu
meeting is to determine if an v. uud what
IWiueiid sha'l us declared under the pro-
isions of the Zvtn sectlou of ti e banaiunt
act of March 2, I'.7. W. J. DA LK,
J&uuaxy, 11, 4via. Assignee,
iSS" IKikinp-Olasses juit in old
frameH. Old rieturea and Fratnen Jte
W. L. Dismukes, D. D. S.,
So. 56 Union Street, Corner
Cherry and Union Streots.
Office hours from S. to 1, and iiomJ to K,
A. TYLER & CO.,
Gr 1" O O O X" 3 j
Aud dealers in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
V., 17 & 1! X. Market St.,
XAS1I VILLK, : : : : TKXN.
'XI 1 J : KATKHT
ITew York, Paris
. I0KD0H DESIGNS,
CAN Jit: FOUND AT- -
Drapor and Tailor,
No. .'57 North Cherry St.,
W. K. LOBSOU,
CLureli Street, Corner S iutJi (Vterry
f tun tin 1 um
Porter, Bryan &Alford,
W'lioli sale Dealers In
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
I'roprleton of tho Ce.ebrated
"PORTER, RIFLE" CIGAR.
Colmiihla mid Mini iv Coiinlr nmi.ta i.
HIiik Naslivlile may rest usomeil Inat tliey
cin ohlaln tne very bsst inrul the market
allords at. r-.nouaiii into-. Alwi the iiuresl.
and lu st of lirluks and Clours hi my stand,
corner of D. iul il, k H,i ( rry Htieel,
J... 0LIVER T0WLES-
La Pierre House,
-Yo. 7 Smuwr Sfrrt t,
NASH VILLK, . ; . TLNNKHSKK.
J uue 2ud-77-ly.
Tl II IKHHCC,
Opium & Morphine Habit TEMi'LE Oi'1 IIUSIG
Neat 11 cms
Iar at tiii.s Iioiimc
Ofllce So. 17 South Cherry Street.
Office Uours 9 to 12 a. x. 4 lo 9 p. m.
HI V lflDl !
NO. 9 PUBLIC SCUARE,
Sol Agent tor th
Maecn & Hamlin,
O JEl. CS- JZl. IVJ" 3
S7i Miui': uiui Niiuttl Mtuiieiil U'kmLi,
SnS: Brantly oprictor. Orders Promptly FiUed-
r 1 fP
I ! .11 II
ill i im mm 1
With Benson & Brown,
No. 50 North College St., . y.SH VtLLE
I will Guarantee to sell 1 Hotter In
strument tor Lews Money than
any bonne in the South.
taT WOULD VOU
Ha vlnir an ImineiiNe Htoek, and lelrif fe.
Iron 01 reduc'iiK 11, w oiler r at KKI! C
TIONH In all depri ruenlM. in liiaclc ( aah
niero. Alpu.ca, Mimnel and ;wlnir
Stock KfM-cial i.inaliin ai-e ofT red. Avail
yournelven of thl, o; jItunil by giving US
uu early call.
L-FRANKLAND & GO.
NO. 19 L IDS STUEtT,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
T.E. Wlnotead. K. O. Wiuatead.
L'nlou Ix-tween Summer & Cherry Hta.,
iKiulern in J''ahhiabJ
j Boots, Shoes, Trunks Valises ;
Umbrellas, Traveling J lur,
Xo. 7. X. Cherry Kt.,oipolte Maxwell Houna
N AHU V TEXX.
A. BCOrELAXV, Sdcimmi. JulT W f