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Kmith, Ph. D.
This ode was snog la a great Oold Water
celebration la BostoD, arty years ago. Can
soma one tell aa who wrote ItT
Id Kden.s green retreaU
A Water- brook l bat played
Between soft, mossy aeau
ineatu a plane tree's shade.
Where rustling leirn
Danced o'er lui brink,
Wan Adam's drink
And also Kve a.
Beside the parent spring
Of that young brook the pair
Their morning chant would alng;
And Kve 10 dress her hair
Kneel on the grass
That fringed Its aide
And make Us lido
And when the man of God
From Egypt led his flock,
They thlisled, and hJs rod
znote tbe Arabian roes;
And form a rill
Of water guwbed,
And on they ruHbed
And drank their All.
Would K len thus have smiled
Had uine l Klen com. T
Would Hore-b's parched wlk)
UaTe been refreshed with rmn
And, had Kve' hair
Been dressed In gin.
Would she have been
Had Moses built a still.
And dealt out to thai host
Tu every man bisgUl
And pledged him In a toU,
How Urge a band
Of Israel's sous
11 mt laid their bones
Ou Canaan's laud?
Sweet fields beyonl death's flood
Stand dressed In living green;
For from the throne of tiod
To freshen all the scene
A river rolls.
Where all who will
Mar coiiih and All
Their crystal bowls.
If EJen's strength and b'oora
Cold water tbuH batti given
If e'en beyond the tomb
It Is the drink of Heaven,
Are not good wells
And ci y slal springs
The very thing
For our hotel?
Several ('ool Templars lately
ent their love to Mr. Ievi King, tvho
was on the jury.
One of our fellow-citizens i writ
ing a tomnerance 1'lay; anl the poem,
John Barleycorn My Foe John, waa
written by a Columbian, not to any a
Vc hereby acknowledge our in
debtedness to Bro.. J. i i. Bailoy and
8. U. Watkina for their accounts of
the proceed inpy of Maury lodge of
A man' religion ought to govern
Ids appetites. 80 said one of our citi
zens, twenty-five years ago, and the
proposition wai assailed by the late
Mr. Brownlow, of Knoxville.
English is the court language of
Griuany. It In a proud moment
when a Briton or American, y bating
the palace, 1 xaluted with, "Dos vtw
11 ixxty schjiltMitit morning, ain't it?''
An Indian Chief leiiig asked his
opinion of a cask of Madera, wine, pre
sented to him by an oflleer, said he
.thought it tho juice extracted from
women's tongues and lion's heart, for
when, he drank a bottle of it, he culd
talk forever, and fight the devil.
A Cincinnati liquor-dealer applied
to a customer for a letter of recom
mendation ofn certain brand of whis
key which he had recently sold hirn.
The customer wrote: I have tried all
sorts of insect x)ison, and And none
equal to your Old Cabinet Whiskey."
Three Irishmen, who had druuk
pretty freely of whiskey at a tavern
in Ioiibliii,-were loud in their praise
of its virtues a Ihey reeled along the
bunks of the I.iflVy. One of them had
just declared that "whiskey was meat
and drink to a man," when his foot
slipped and he fell into tho river.
"There, Tat," said one of his friends,
"you are fully provided for, you had
meat ami drink, and now you have
washing and lodging."
Mr. Jt. I teams, of McMinnville, re
cently paid us a visit, lie is a per
Muial frieml of Uev. 11. A. Jones, a
deacon in th Cumberland l'resbyteri
au Church, Secretary of the
Young Men's Christian Association,
an active temperance worker, and in
every way, a very worthy gentleman
1 11 1
jiencc, we snan oe very mucn re
joiced if he concludes to make his
home in Columbia.
The following memlers were pres
ent at Good Tempiar's Hall, Tuesday
night the ll'th: Bro. I". Y. Pillow
"YV. C. T. presiding; Bro. Brooks, Sec
rctmy; S. II. Wafins, P. V. C. T M
L. Kddy, W. T. Ijtne, Wm. Shirley
Josh (J. Bailey, Jack Porter, fieorgc
Billiard, Harry Steele, David Geo,
Lee Bailey, John R Ier, John Lamar
ami Kd Wotslside. Bro. C. G. R
icholls was present from a ueighlwr
lodge. Mr. George Bailey was made
a Good Templar in ample form. Bro.
u noils says it wouM do us good to
meet with Cross Bridge's lodge, and
fee the Ialies who attend; in fact, he
thinks it will get Maury lodge in the
notion of securing a large lady mem
Inebriety is a vice and a disease.
The opening article in the Quarterly
1 I . r r 1 . . v
.linn iihi oi iuciiriciy is irom tlie pen
of Dr. T. I.. Mason, of Brooklyn, Pres
ident of the American Association for
the cure of Inebriates, upon "Inebrie
ty as a Disca.se 1 be paier, which is
one of much interest, adairms that
alcohol is a poison; that it has a use
ful function in the treatment of di
ease; that it is never a nutriment,
nor fit for daily use; that it is a poison
imicrciiiiy, aosoiuieiy, essentially; in
a droj) or in a gill, in a pint or a gal
lon, in all quantities and in even'
quantity, it is a poison; that tho quan
tity cannot alter its chemical consti
tution; that its use as a habit is vi
cious, ami inevitably begets disva.se.
mi . . . .
ine annus stages 01 me alco
holic disease are indicated and describ
ed; inebriate asylums for the treat
incut are commended; ami the social
drinking customs are condemned.
The Kaine Ics Crop and Hint Juleps.
It is estimated that .".oJO.OTH) tons of
ice will be cut m Maine this wiuter,
ow allowim; a quarter of a pound of
ice for a mint Julep, and making al
lowance for those who don't drink,
the rest of the eople in Maine can
nave about forty-nine drinks each.
Saying that seven drinks will make a
man feel tolerably happy, out of forty
nine drinks he can manage to have
seven drunks, and one man drunk
Hoven limes i-, of course, equal to sev
en drunken men; so the whole ice crop
w ill yield an aggregate of -2, l0,ooii
drunken men. Suppose that from ev
ery ten of those who got drunk seven
times one has the jim-jams, IMOrM
men will thus lie uhiieled about ono
third of the total population of the
State! If each-of these mi fort tiate
men sees one thousand snakes, there
will :.'li, 000,01 mi snakes .seen; and
allowing two snaki-s to a boot, they
will Hll "-. 'V'O.ooH pairs, which in
jures brisk work in trie shoe shops.
KlITKD BY V. A.
riasriNs TSB BAS.
AiTtrtiisme&t cf tn Eoaest
it Shouli 1.
ftiLMK! and NiaiHBORs: Hav
ing just opened a commodiona shop
for the sale of "IJquid Fire," I em
brace this early opportunity of inform
ing you that, on Saturday next, I
shall commence the business of mak
ing drunkards, -paupers and beggars
for the sober,' industrious and respecta
ble foYtlon of the community tu sup
I. shall deal in "familiar spirits"
which will excite: men to deeds of riot,
robliery and blood: and by by mt doing,
diminish the comforts, augment the
exoensea and endanger the. welfare of
I will undertake, at a short notice,
for a small sum, and with great expe
dition, to prepare victims for the
asylums, poor-houses, the prisons and
I will furnish an article which will
increase the amount of fatal accidents;
multiply th number of distressing
diseases, and render those which are
I shall deal in drugs which will de
prive some of life, many of rwrnon,
most of property, and all of peace;
which will cause the fathers to become
fiends, wives widows, chil
drens orphans, and all mendicants.
I will cause many of the rising gen
eration to grow up in ignorance, and
prove a burden and nuisance to the
I will cause mothers to forget their
otlspring, and cruelty to take place of
I will sometimes even corrupt the
ministers of religion, obstruct the pro
gress of the f tospel, defile the purity
of the church, and cause tempporal,
spiritual and eternal death; and, -.if
any should be so impertinent as to
ask why I have the audacity to bring
such accumulated misery ujm a com
paratively happy ieople, my honest
reply is, hloney.
' The spirit traffic is lucrative, and
some professing Christians give it their
I have a license; and, if I do not
bring these evils upon you somebody
I live in a land of liberty.
I have purchased the right to de
molish ttic character, destroy the
health, shorten the lines, and ruin the
souls of those who choose to honor me
with their custom.
I pledge nivself to do all I have
herein promised. Those who wish
any of the evils aUve specified
brought ujon themselves or their
dearest friends, are requested to meet
at my bar,' where I will, for a few
cents, furnish them with the certaiu
means of doing so. Selected.
Df.ak Btotiikie: - As you are always
willing to receive good news, we have
this reiort to make from Mt. Zion. At
our regular monthly meeting Wednes
day night, the loth of February, there
were thirteen petitioners lefore the
Lodge ami seven initiated; andas they
are nressnur into tne ranks oy tiozeus,
it was tlio'.itrht advisable to have
called meeting on the l!)th. and with
so short a notice there were present
fortv-four and fifteen initiated, tje
tween the aires of sixteen and twenty-
two, as near as we could guess four
vouns ladies and eleven young gentle
men. So you see the young gentle
men are enterinz into this war into
this war to protect and defend our
mothers and sisters, and the poor
widow and orphan children.
What a lieautlftilsightas they march
around the hall preparatory to going
out to battle with that monster who
is opposed to all good! that one who
lias gained tne victory over so many
preud young men and brought them
down to a drunkard's grave and a dev
il s hell! ics, and caused so many
aged mothers and lovely brides to go
down to their graves in sorrow and
distress. Who but a mother knowi
the love she has for that son? See her
as she leaves her home and diml
the hills to meet the young in tht
lodgi'j to encourage them by her pres
ence and words to join this vast army
that is now fighting to redeem tin
poor, unfortunate, fallen ones of every
Yes, brothers and sisters, we feel en
couraged to fight on. Our deneral
has never lost a battle. He bids us
coma and enlist, ami say: "I am
with vou, thank God!" that we will
gain the victory this 'will not bo
failure. The old gray-headed vetrani-
of the cross are fijrhtinir side by sidi
with the young, and they are cheered
ou by the mothers and maidens in thi:
irreat Imtflc. Onward is the watch
word, and no quarters are being given
to the enemy. 1 he strong tortinc-
tions are giv.ng awav; and with such
recruits as Joe Terrell, Fed. Alexan
der, Crit. Smith, A. Dodd, Murphy,
Wilkes, Taylor, Morrow, Fitzgeralu
Galloway and arrcn, and eheerei
on bv Miss Calliu Alexander, Mis:
Wilkes and Misses Vestal, the causc
Y e are exiectin2 a larire list at our
next meeting, on Wednesday night,
the 13th of March. 1 he old var-hors
has promised to le present. Dixon
and other speakers are exiiec-ted to be
Ihis little hand ot twenty-two now
numlerletveen sixty and seventy.
and still they come. Temperance
speccues are made every meeting.
Come over and help us. 1'. 11. S.
There is considerable excitement hi
Stamford, Conn.,-where many New
1 oik business men reside. Stamford
has a local optiou law; hut, though the
towu decided against hViuor-scllinsr.
the traffic has beeu going on in secret.
Determined to hrcak it up, a commit
tee of citizens, was secret I v formed
and ?10,ooo was raised to ferret out
aud punish the ofi'euders. Detectives
from New York were hired, and thev
soou discovered that the illegal busi
ness was carried on in the rear of lar-
Ut nuil tobacco shops, Warrant
wei'e isned ami sixteen offenders were
The Society for tho prevention of
Crime in Jersey City has done aom
good work. It finds that there are
more than J,0.r licensed and unli
censed dram-shops' in that city, manv
of which exist in direct violation ol
law. The total net cost to Jersev
itv in lf7 ' of its noliee. criminals.
ami aupers was $.7",otio. The Socie
ty has caused the conviction and pun
ishment of eleven ofleuders and com
pelled many to take out licenses.
v f i,H' .-,1 - "'' 9
An interesting meeting, crowding
the house, wm .held last night, at
haiocbs' Theatre, Seventh treet, un
der auspices of the Philadelphia Tem
perance Association. 1.118 . Chestnut
street, under the leadership of Captain
J. H. Brown.' Kxperience speeches
were made by Messrs. Thayer,. Mur
ray, Professor Moss, of Toronto, Cana
da, and Colonel Drew, of Washington,
who also .made a powerful appeal for
signers to the pleuge. Many respond
ed to the invitation. A full choir aang
several selected pieces. Capt. Brown
is making effort to hold a series of
similar Sunday night, meetings.
The bell-punch grows in feTor. In
Virginia It is a great success, and two
or three other States .have, or are
altout, adopting it. A good deal of
money has been ' raised in Richmond
and other cities under the operations
of the "punch," which has gone to the
relief of the citizens from general taxa
tion, anil so it comes to pass that Chi
c igo, which U burdened with a heavy
local debt, ia at this moment agitating
an extension of the scheme within its
own Uiundarie. There la a good deal
of opjsjsitiori in Chlrago", and it does
not come front any one clans of people.
Some temperance adrocates are in fa
vor of the punch because It will tend
to check drinking, and others oppose
it because it will give respectability to
the practice of drinking. The saloon
keepers are divided In the same way,
but the men who want to see a way
devised for cutting down the municipal
debt, are eager to see the experiment
tried. A saloon-keeper, writing on
the subject, says! "My notion It that
it will increase our businem, because
it would take away the aeruples of
many men; who, while they drink as
much liquor as others, do not patron
ize the retail establishments. The
bell-punch would never prevent any
man from drinking who has been a
regular customer, and it will throw
an air of respectability about the trans
action that win attract to the small
saloons and others a better class of
customers. ' Anything that trings
moneyed men to a business house,
whether it is a grocery, or saloon, and
chalks up the dollars, is a good busi
Chicago Inter-Ocean: . There are
iu this city in round numbers 2.HO0 sa
loons. As will be seen in an article
published elsewhere the saloon men
estimate the average numbcrof drinks
sold by each saloon at something over
l-r)0 per da3 a total for each day in the
year of 47,000 drinks. Supjsjse a tax
of one ceut per drink was fixed by the
City Government, the revenue from
this source for one year would be over
tl,.V)O,00o, ormore than ten times as
much as is now received from the li
cense system. In the present state of
city finances this addition to the reve
nue would bridge over many difficul
ties which nmv stand stubbornly in
the way. We might then pay our
school teachers, our Fire Department
and policemen with reasonable
promptness, and hare money to de
vote to the cleauing of streets.
Socrates, for these many ages, has
beeu held up aa the model of Pagan
perfection. His teachings were a fore
taste of the lessons inculcated by Him
who spake as never man spake. His
patience with " refractory pupils was
inexhaustible. He never birched
them. His forbearance toward a scold
ing, turbulent wife, waxsublime Her
millinery bills were always paid with
out a murmur. His patience under
persecution was worthy of a Christian
martyr, and he met death with a he
roism that of itself ought to preserve
his memory from destruction. And
yet Pulcifer, the Murphy orator, at a
recent temperance meeting, denounced
that good and wise, patient and for
bearing old man to his audience be
cause he died from the effects of string
The wonderful Temperance refor
mation that is sweeping over many
of tho towns and villages of the land
is making itself apparent not only in
the rescue of numbers! of the victims
of drink, but in the depopulation of
the jails. In some places tlie criminal
courts are almost without occujmtion
aud the jails almost without renants.
This is alarming to the keepers of grog
gerles and all venders of fire-water,
but it is encouraging to the friends of
law and order, and morality and re
ligion. An up-town man and his wife agreed
recently to learn a verse of scripture
every evening, and repeat it to each
other for mutual improvement. The
first right, however, her quotation
happened to lie: "Am I not thy ruler?"
and his was to the effect that he'd be
hanged if she was; and the result of
the plan so far has been that he ha
taken to drink, and exhibits a willing
nass to sleep 111 the ' woodshed o nights
Switzerland has one cow to e. very
tnree jiersons, and yet only one per
son in thirty take a liorn.
F0BTT HASH BEFORE THE PCBL1C.
DR. C. M PLANE'S
roa Tni ecu or
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint
TsrCFSIA AND SICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver
PAIN in the right sidewinder the edge
of .he ribs, increases on pressure ;
sometimes the pain is in the left side
the patient is rarely able to lie on the left
side ; sometimes the pain is felt under
the shoulder-blade, and it frequently
extends to the top of the shoulder, and
is sometimes mistaken loraiheuma
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
liea J is troubled with pain, accompan
ied with a dull, heavy sensation in the
back part. 1 here is generally a con
sidcrable loss of memory, accompan
ied with a painful sensation of having
left undone somcthingwhich ought to
have been done. A slight, dry cough
is sometimes an attendant. ine pa
tient complains ol weariness and dtf
bility ; he is easily startled, his feet are
cold or burning, and lie complains of a
prickly scnsationof the skin ; Ins spir
its are low : and although lie is satis
Red that exercise would be beneticiaJ
to him, yet he can scarcely summon
tip fortitude enough to try it. In fact
he dish usts every remedy. Several o
the above symptoms attend thedisea se,
but caes have occurred where fcwol
them existed, yet examination of the
body,afterdcath,has shown the liver
to have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C Mf Lane's Liver Pills, in
cases of Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive ot
the most happy results. Ao better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to.
or after taking Qiuinue. .We would
advise all who are afflicted witli this
disease to give them a fair trial.
For all Bilious derangements and as
simple purgative tbeyai eunequaled.
BEWARE Or IMITATIONS. Q
The genuine Dr. C. M Lane's
Liver Pills are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLane's Liver Pills.
The genuine MV Lane's Liver Pills
bear the signatures of C MVLane.
and Fleming Bros, on the wrappers.
trlir.ist on your druggist or store
keeper giving you the genuine Dr. C.
MS Lane's Liver Pills, prepared
by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa. -.".J
So!d bv all respectable druggists I
jnd country storekeepers generally.
To those m-isl)irrtogivrDit.C..MCr.N's I.irr
Pu t a trial, we will mail post paid to Sny prt of
!. United Stnte,or.e ho of Pill-, lortwrnijr five
venu. . FLKMINU BROS.. I'iUsbcrg, T.
.Will nifck lb present Beaon at the
COTJHTY ' FAIR GROUNDS !
Tbe Trotting Association have agreed, aa
the horse is now matured and on account
of ban Uruea, to put uia servicea at
The season, payable the 1st of July, when
the season closes. Any mare falling to
stand may -be returned next season free ol
Matjhy JTambi.ytontan Is a dark bay.
three white feet, lt? hands blah; was sired
by Imperial, fson of Ryudyk's Hambleto
nlsn.t dam by Alexander's Abdallah, (son
ofKysdyk's HainblHonian, fire of Gold
smith Maid, Tbornrinle, and other good
ones.) 2d dam, Lady Sanford, (Jay Gould's
dsrji by American KtarO 3d dam by a son of
Henry, the competitor of Eclipse.
BROWN COLUMBUS !
An elegant and Ktyltxh Harness ttlalllou,
the equal of any of his family, wlU also
make the season at the same place at the
low price of
the season. Cash, or in Corn, Hay or Oats
at the time ol service.
- Ms rex from a distance taken on the usual
terras, but no liability for accidents or es
oapeal A lien upon the colls in all cast till
the bills are paid. racbl2-lm.
Tennessee McCord, by next friend, vs. Ella
HryHii et al.
it appearing from affidavit Hied In this
In this cause, that the iletendants, Harsh
Hughes and busbiod, C. Hughe, are
residents of the Hta'e ol Texas, and that the
residence of Virginia (daughter of Sallie
Uryan.and whose sir-name and the air
name of whose husband is unknown), and
husband is unknown, and tbHt the resi
dence of (he unknown heirs of Marion Bry
an, dee d, is unknown: It is therefore order
ed that they enter their appearance herein
on or before the fifth Monday iu April next.
187K, being a rule day for the iJh
Court, to be held at Columbia
Monday In April next, 187S, and plead, an
swer or demur to com plaiuant 'B bill, or the
same will b- lakcu for confessed as to them
and ret for bearing exparte; and that a copy
of this order te published for four conbecn
tive weeks in tbe Jl- ra d ann" Mail.
IX U. C KJPEH,, C. M.
McDowell & Webbter, solicitors for com
plainant. March 15, 1S7S.
J. W. t ale et al., s. J. A. Johnson et al.
IT appearing from afndavlt filed In this
c iuse that the defendant, J. A. Johnson,
Is a non-resident ol tne Mtata of Tennessee,
it 1 therefore ordered thai he enter his ap
pearance herein ouorb-loie the third Mon
day lu April next, being a rule day of the
Chancery Court, to be held at Columbia ou
the 1st Monday in Ai.ril next, 1878, and
plead, answer or demur to complainant's
tun, or ine same win te lanen .or cuies-
ed as to hi in. and ret for hearing exparte;
and that a copy of this ord-r be published
fonr consecutive weeks in the Herald and
Mall. V. 11. C1'EK,C M
N; N. Cox and J. B. Bond, sol'cltors lor
March' l-j, 178.
virtue of an execution directed tome
from the Cnaucery Court of Maury
county, al Its Ucrotv-r term, 1K77 in favor of
D. B. Cooper, . & M., vs. L. II. Brazier, J. T.
loore. 1-. M. uiiEnii and J. II. Nicholson
1 will sell for cash to the highest bidder, at
tne court-house dixtr lu the town ot Colum
bia, on the 1st. of April, IK7S, the undlvidt
Interest that L. H. Brazier has In two tract
of land in the 24tii civil district of Manry
county; one known as the William Brazier
place, aud tounded on the ea-st by N.
Vaughp; south by Klilot Kmilh; west by
IMick Kiver and ur. f?UHrber: north Dy in
(taboru farm, containing about 3U) acres,
Ttie other known as the Win Orfurd farm
and hounded on the east by Calvin Carrl
gau: south by Duck Hiver; west by B. N
N. U. Green: nirtn by W. F. bpeed, contain
lug alKtit acres, and leied upon as th
properly of said L. 11. Brazier, to satisfy this
execution ana cost.
W. A. AI.KX 1NDER, Sheriff.
By D. M. Tislialk, Deputy Sh'lL
March -, 1878.
. Non-Residnet Notice
W. T. MeCIatn. Administrator of W. P.
H:ockard, dec d, vs. HuriiU M.
folk et al.
IT appearing from nflldavit filed in th!
1 cause, that the defendant. Russell Hou
ion. is a non-rrsidei.t of the State of Ten
nesse : it Is therf fore ordered that he enter
bis appearance herein on or before the 4tb
Monday of Ihe next term of the Chancery
Court, to be he ld at Columbia on the 1st
Monday in April next, is, S, H being a role
dav of said court, and plead, answer or de
mur to complainant's bill, or the same will
be taken for confess d as to hlin.and set for
hearing exparte: and that a copy or this or
der be niiblsHhed for lour consecutive weeks
In the Herald and Mail.
I. B C (OPKK, Clerk and Master.
By T. K. Klemixu, Deputy C. A M.
McDowell Webster, solicitors for com
irture of a mortgage made to me by
day, .'Hth day of .March, 1671, at. 1 o'clock, on
the premises, to the lilsrh st bidder for cash
free from the right, of r.-dpinption. the fol
lowing described trct of lind, situated I
Ihe th district of Maury county, lenu., ou
the head -waters of Little Bigly creek, and
bounded ou the north by the land of A
McKnight:eust by the land of N. H. Ma
thews; s-outh by A. J. McKnlght; west by
the lands or J 1. 1 arris and .loun Jl. now
ell. Laud sold In two lots .fj and acres
each. . W.N. MURPHY. Agent,
For Joseph Dagger and wife and W. A. Mc
March 8, 1H78.
J. O.Cooke vs. K. M. Cooke nt al.
1V virture of a d cree of the Honorab'
X J Chancery Court at Columbia. Tennessee.
rendered at the Auirust (special) term. 1872,
and revived at theOetotwr term, 1877, in Ihe
above styled o use. 1 will on the 1st day of
April, 17S, pioci ed to sell at the court-house
noor in tne town oi i oiumoia, lenu., lo th
highest and beet bidder, at public outcrr
tlie lollowitig descrilx-d tract of land, to-
wlt: A tract ot land ofalMint four hundred
acres, lying ou the waters of Big Bigby
Creek, Maury county, Tenu., and adjoining
ine lanus ox nre, .uzaueiu iwesp, a, u. f nfe-
ler, bumuH j. hUBjuoui, j. tl. Webster,
Knos Bobinson and b. II. Hellers, and
known as the home place ol John U. Cooke,
nee d, reserving (ana col selling), acre
tor grave-ysrd, andtliat part heretoiore
conveyed to Mrs. Afr A. Johnsou. or
mote parti ult. r description refeiecce Is
here made to a plat of same now on file In
the ollice of the .eik and Master. Hald
fjlnt will he exhibited on d-iy of sale. Said
and will be sold ou a credit of one, two and
bree yiars, ( xcept six per cent, upon the
mount of sale, which must be paid in cash
Notes with good and solvent security will
he r quired of the puichaser or purchasers.
oesriug iniereM iioin uay oi w e, and a Hen
retained lor the payment of the purchase
money notes. Sale free from from the
rightorf qully of redemption. Private bid
will be r ceived at the c ilice of the Cleik
and Maj-ter until day of sale, and on day of
sale land started at highest private bid, il
any has ta en made, aud If no private bid
has been mde, then lo the highest b'dder.
Ordered that publication be made In the
Herald snd Mall.
Feb. 15, 1878. D. B. COOPER, C. 4 M,
A. B. Cathey, Administrator, vs. J. E. Web
ster tl at.
T"Y virtue of a decree rendered at the Oc
I J totwr trm of the Chancery Court st. Co-
luinnin, jenn., in ttieaoove cause. 1 will on
the 1st day ot April, ls,H, proceed to offer
for safe the following described tract ol
land, lying aud being in the 11th civil dis
ti let ol Maury county, and bounded as lol-
!ows. to-wit: on tne north anil west bv the
dower of Mrs. J. H. Webster; ast by the
Willlamsport and Cros Bridgrs ro d: south
by a fare leadirg from tho WUlianisnoit
roaa to oigu.v trw-u, au ruuniug oetween
the lauds ot o P. ehster, dec d. and J. H,
Webster, doc d. and also hy B'tbv Creek.
coQiaiDiiig uw. j-iui win oe exnioii-
ed at sale. But the crops ou the land, or
the rbbt to Ihe present year's rent will not
be sold, but the land will b sold with the
privilege to enter and sow wheat after Seo-
u ium;i i . i". , isut wh?-.-iuu win m, i ix) de
livered until January, ls"W. Hain land will
he sold ou credit ol one aud two years, free
fioiu the rlnht of redempllon. I he our.
cuaser or puryuaseis in oe re'juirea lo ex
ecute notes witu gjoi security, Deariug In
terest from day of sale.
March !.. J. B. COOPE1J, C. 4 31.
K. W. Napier et al., vs. T. J. Dorsett et al.
IT appearing from alhiravit filed In this
canse that the defendants, W. N. Dorsett,
Amelia Lvons. Jotm W. Lyons. K. M. lior.
sett, Emily Cla eti, K. A. Clagett, Mary II.
Berry, Geo. V. lierry uud Maria Sheegog
are uon-rsldeuts ol the Slate of Tennessee:
U is therefore ordered that they enter their
ppearance herein neiore or within the
first three days of the next term of the
Chancery Court, to be held at Columbia, on
the first Monday In Apr.l next, ls7t. and
plead, answer or demur to complainant's
bill, or the same will betaken tor onnlessed
as lo them, and set for hearing exparte: and
that a copy ol this order be published lor
lour consecutive weens iu the Columbia
Herald and Mail.
D. B. COOVKTl, C'erk and Matser.
By T. F. Flkjii.no. Deputy C. A M.
Bwrnett & Hughes, sol. cl tors for complain
ants. March 1, UTS.
TUflClilE IMfO i'illHL
GUARANTEED THE B EST.
Stout, MiUa & Temple,
Manufacturer and Proprietor.
ALSO, Floor and Pa
per Mill Machinery,
nd General Mill For.
nt&hers. Large Illus
trated catalogue sent
free ou application to
Stoat, Mills A Tern
pie, Dayton, Ohio, or
Pure Bred Fowls.
Breeder and Shipper of
Fu. Sni Li:i i:i 7&ter
K(S for hatching in Season. Fowls for
sale at all times. Prompt attention given
to all orders and communications, which
are respectfully solicited. . octl3-77-ly.
A. DOM ELK'S
Fancy Goods Emporium,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
KID GLOVES, FANS, ETC,
105 FOUTH STREET.
Bet. Market and Jefferson, LouLiviltr, Ky
JUST RECEIVED I
D. Landreth r Sons
A fall supply of
Always on had a full stock of
Medicines, Paints, Oils, &c. '
T. B. RAINS,
January 2f, 187s.
JaR.-V. BROOKS, Machinist,
THUS. J. WALK Kit, Traveling Agent.
Brooks & Walker.
We respeetfnl'y Invite the attention nf
the citizens of Columbia, Maury and ad-
Joiniuu counties that we have opened a
Sewing Machine Repair Shop. We can take
any old machine, put In new parts, where
necessary, an tue latest improvements, and
make it aa good as new, to the delight and
satls'action of owners, and at a very small
J. V. Brooks has had fifteen years experi
ence In the manufacturing and repairing
of all kinds of Sewing Machines, and will
give satisfaction or no charce made.
Ouns, Pistols and Locks repaired. Keys
fitted, and all klpds oflight machinery re
paired with neatness and dispatch, and
We keep Machine Needles, Oil and At
Correspondence with the country solicit
ed. Agents for the latest Improved Wheeler
and Wilson Machines.
T Oirlce Fleming Block, Dr. Sheppard's
om bihiiu, upp.miie rirsi rresoyterian
inurcii, uaratu eueet, uilumuia. leun.
Titcoiiib & Towler,
AX the Old Stand, Corner Suutk Main St.
atui Public Square,
JOHN T. TUCKER.
W. F. TUCKER.
J. T. &W. F. TUCKER,
Wholesale and RetaU
North-east Corner Public Square,
Griumbia, : : : Ttnncttace.
Dealers In cotton and all binds of nrodnce.
uwrai aa vancea maae on goods in store.
Carver & HornTs
HOG CHOLERA REMEDY.
A certain, effective and prompt cure, and
s preventive nrtne spread or the dis
Prlce 12.00 a Package, containing suf-
ncieat lo cure twenty hogs. Have vour hoiis
u vurtv ui uuijr iu Drum wt iivhci.
A. J. vAHVKK A CO.,
Bepl7-ly. Nashville. Tenn.
J. W. Irwin, Administrator, va. F.M. Kindel
TN tills can it irxrlDK to me from com-
1. plaloant'a bill filed In the above My led
uuuw, which m Kwor i io, mat me aeieDd-
snlK, J. K. llHOkbead and wife, Annie
rwnanead. and L,ucr 4. irwm.are non-rfkl.
dentHOf tbe Htaleot TennptiKeo. no that t ho
ordinary prooraa or law eannot be served
upon uiem: uu inert-tore orueretl by me
mat puDiioBllon be made lor lour coDseru
live weeka la Ihe Herald aud Mall, a news-
paper puoiiKnea in ine lawn or i o:uiubh
Maury couuty. Tenoensee. retiuirlnir tuiid
defendants to be and appear before the
woroiiiprul Comity Court ol Maory count v.
Ttnn-twee, on tbe first Monday In April,
isin, auu piaaa, answer or uemur LO cmn
plalUKDt'H bill, or the same will be taken
lor con reused aato tneni. and set ftr lieiu-.
a. r. aki.n, Clerk,
Wilkes A Bullock, Attorneys,
t'ebruary Zi, I87S.
TY virtue of an order of
to roe di-
13 reeled tnrni the Houorable
Court or Dickson county, la
favor of J. T. K.
ureenneid vs. j. w. lielteu, et al., 1 will sell
rorcasn at the court-house door In the lown
of Columbia, on Monday, the first day of j
a pni in mi too i jgm, line, eiann and in
terest that Thomas U. T. CireenUeld liaa in
and to the following described tract and
parcel or land, tin Uie land of CJeoree W.
nimiiiiij, uu uuvrnmuj, siiuaien in Ine
cxaie oi lennessee, Maury county, district
o. 1.. and bounded on the north lv ih
innus oi i. Kt. l. oreenneiu: east rjy Duck
ttivcr; soutn Dy wm. lla wains' estate; west
by tiuck River and Joe Voks, con lain In i;
2 10 acres, be the same mora or leaa, and
known as tbe brick house farm, and levied
upon as the property of said T. U. T. Orren
neiu,wraiiKiy said order of sale and costs in
favor of J. T. S. Ureentlald. Halo in lawful
boors. - WM. A. ALEXANDER,
Hherlfl Maury Coanly.
March 1, 1S78. pr. fee, V.
- . . j -,i : '
i r-i- . .
If. mf '!!
SEPTEMBER TttE 3, 1877.
Circulars slating course of study, and oth
er particulars, will be sent on application
to Rev. OEO. BECKETT, Rector,
rnlvl3-ly. Columbia. Tenn.
Stand from Under!
SILVER BILL WILL SURE
LY PASS !
Under Ibis arrangement I will make the
best fitting Pants In Tennessee, fit war
ranted, for 52.UO. Other work la proportion.
cutting as usual.
No. 7. Ltnbargo St.,
D. A. Craig.
, F. Aydelotte.
J. Stray horn.
CRAIG- 6c CO ,
Grain and Produce merchants.
a large Ware-bouse at the
They have ample atorsire
l nlon Depot.
room, aud solicit consignments. Orders
promptly and satisfactorily tilled. Afresh
supply of family Oiocerles always .on
hand, at the very lowest price. Co ne and
see us. occffl-izm.
To Your Interest!
We have closed oat our stock of goods
and we respectfully reouest everybody to
come forward and settle their accounts.
We sincerely trust our customers will not
force ns to auy harsher measures.
tenia im. j.kUU.xiiJirAiu
Glad Tidings to the Afflicted!
A Lin invent universally acknowledged
the most n-nnwned quick cure ever brought
Detore the public in tne xlneteeenln Cen
tury, fur the pei feet cure of both.
MAN AND BEAST!
This popular and great healing remedy so
long ne'ed by KHflVring humanity, is giving
unbounded proofs of its merits by all hav
ing tested its unrivaled powers, and by
THOUSANDS, in all cases claiming It the
most powerful remedy and quick reliever
DIAMOND OIL POSSESSES
The Best ConceutratPd IIea!lng Properties,
thickest Scientific Arts for Pain Relief,
Most Com blued Medicated Necessities as a
Liniment for MAN AD BKAMT, ever in
troduced for public beiienU Those suOering
who will use tnisL,tnimentln time will be
convinced that it is a sure cure for Rheu
matism, Neuralgia, Bruises, Hprains, '
Swellings, Burns, t uts, Ft-lons, Tumors,
Piles, Injured Limbs, Scalds. Cout, Dip- ;
tuerla, Sore Throat. Toothache, Headache,
Insect Bites, Fits, Colic, Tape-Worm, etc.,
for the human race. AND IS A POSITIVE
CURU for Sweeny. Rinabones. Strains. Cal
lous, Siulns, Colic, Botts, Windgall, Poll
Evils, Cattle and Sheep Complaints, and all
genernl diseases in stock, and many other
amlcuous oi uotn Man ami ueast.
DIAMOND OIL Is fo- sale by T. B. Rains,
Druggist, Columbia, Tenn., being well re
commended by ail Druggists. Physicians.
and every one who has used It. Price 7o
cents per bottle. Prepared by W. E. FA-
OAN & CO., Philadelphia. Branch Office:
Xudlauapolis, lnd. nov-7tt-iy.
N. C. Bryles et al., vs. A. C. Allen et aL
TT appearing from affidavit filed In this
1 muse, that t'ie defendants. A. C. Allen.
Henry Allen, George V. Foster, citizens of
the state of Texas: M. E. Jones, ie wis Kirk.
and his wife. X. E. Kirk, citizens of the
State ot Arkausas; J-ssls Foster, a citizen of
theStateol Mississippi, are uou-resiueuis
of the State of Tennessee: it is therefore or
dered that they enter their appearance
herein before or withlu tlie first three days
of the next term of the Chancery court, to
be held at Columbia ou the 1st Monday In
April next, 1K7U, and plead, auswer or de
mur to coinulainant'8 bill, or the same will
be taken for coulessed as to them, and set
for hearing exparte: and that a copy of this
order be published frr four consecutive
weeks in the Herald and Mali.
I). B. COOFEK, Clerk and Master.
By T. K. Flejusu, Deputy C. & M.
March 8, 1878.
Valuable City Property !
A. A. Lipscomb and wife vs. A. C. Hickey
BY virtue of a decree renrlered al the Octo
ber term of the Maury C'liHucery Coort,
In theabovestyieci raiiMe, i will, on Aionuay,
the 1st dav of Anrll. lrfTrt. proceed to offer f r
M-le al the court-house door lu the town of
Columbia. Tenn.. the following described
house and lot, Kituaied in rue am civil dis
trict of Maury county, aud bounded as fol
lows; Beginning; at a stake on the went
rnarzlnof the old town ol Columbia, Tenn.
on a line due east from the north-east cor
ner ol a lot or parcel of land t hat Jas K.
folk purcnasea oi iTiirica .Maeuire. Dy
dec',l!Uh of April, 18-7; running thence
south withKaid Masulre 1 poles to a stake
In the road: thence west 11 poles lo the
south-east corner of Jas. K. I'olks lot;
thence n'rth with said Polk's line 15 poles
to Ihe nortb-east corner of Mild Hoik's lot;
thence east il poles ui ine neginniuK, con-
tainlne about 1 acre and poles, bald prop
erty will be sola in two or more parcels or
lots lo suit purchasers, then aa a whole, the
highest mice to be the sale. Hile free from
the riabt and euulty of redemption. Tone
sold ou a credit of oue and two years: Dot
with Koud security, ueariug interest irom
date of sale, required to be executed by pur-
chaser or pnrct
March H, itf.s.
B. COOPEIl, C A M.
fj the Honorable Chancery Court at Co
lumbia, Tenn., In the case of Walter I arker.
Adm r, vs. w. r . mm a, i win sen ior easu
to tlie highest bidder, at tbe courUboum
door lu C luuibla, Touu on Monday, tbe
1st day of April next, all tbe rlibt, title,
claim ond Interest that tbe said W. t . Kltua
baa lu and to a certaiu house and lot, situa
ted In the town of Mt. Pleasant. Teuu.. and
bounded on the uoi th by tbe properly ol
H. A. Miller heirs; soulu Dy tbe propeityol
Irvine Bros.; west by tbe house and lot lhal
rielonced to Miss Sarah wortbam. dee'd:
east hv the central turnpike, and levied up
on a the property of said V. E. Sims, to
sitlsfy said execution. Sale In lawful
Hours. w . s ALMA .1 l-rIV,
March S, lS7S,-pr. . bueria Maury co.
HAVINU this day angfrested the Insol
vency of the estate of M. J. UrifTin,
deed., to tbo Clerk of the County Court of
Maury county. Tennessee, notice is herebv
1 vcu to all nei-Mt ns havlna claa aimlmlt.
said estate to file ttiern dnly nqthcnlicated
withsatrt clerk on or before tbe 5th of
Sept.. lt7rf, for prorata distribution, or they
Will oe lore v ci imi.
Jl. t. 'i'-IIUKI.N,
March H, AdmluiKtrator.
Nashville - .Advertisements
ESTABLISHED 1850 !
Wholesale and Retail Agency
: .For the world -renowned rianos of
Together with the Nation's favorites. Bacon
A Kerr. Bacon A Raven, Haines Bros.. J.
C. Fischer, and the "Model Piano, (Arion
Piano Co..) at prioea from '17S.00 upwards.
uraraaa for Charahes, Lodges and Parlor,
from the oelbrated makers, Mason A Ham
lln, Burdett, New England Organ Co., and
O. A. Prince A Co., all having first-class
Medals and Indorsement of the Musics!
Profession and public In general. Prices
from liiMM to $).. Competition In genu
ine (not bogus) Instruments met with prices
and terms to sa t Ibe times.
Bkvet liaaie for the million, at one to
ten cents per page first-class authors.
Ijargeat assortment of Italian and other
Strings, and Small Musical Instruments.
Kastera dMqcranta to Hcnoois, the Profes
sion and tto&fciitores. '
Correspo nd eeroe aollcltetl. Catalogues
aant on appikSBtlon. Music mailed free.
"Th-s Proprietor respectfully announces
that he has taken the agency for the sale of
Lighte A Ernst Piano, Successors to Llghte,
Newton A Bradbury.) The following ex
plains their position:
Madison, 1nb, Dec 27, 1878.
To the JBdtior Munc Trade Jierieti; JV.
Will yon please send me those back num
bers of your Review, which contains the
exposure of those lraudulent Pianos, which
bear the name of good old makers.
This country Is being canvassed by drum
mers, who try to balm off these good-for-nothing
instruments upon the unsuspecting
public, and far ners especially, as a real,
genuine so-and-so's mske, fraudulently
f reducing the old genuine makers' price
ists, and asking Irom lour to eight hun
dred dollars for these bogus Instruments. 4
Now the public is made aware of it, aud
these scamps arrested, the b-lter. One of
my young friends paid Si.tO.OO lor a Lighte
4 Co."s not worth over f.bO.vO. and I .hear
the Brad' hi ry Is Just the same if not woise.
Please publish this In your able Journal,
and save some of those who are about to be
J. Mekkell Jaltson.
(The Lighte a Co. Is a fraud Llgiite A
Ernst make tbe only ceuulne Lighte Pi
anos. Beware of all Bradbury Pianos; many
of them are made by Hale, Hard man and
others. -En. M. T. R.)
Other Correspondence can be shown ex
posing bogus pianot. with other catco names,
by applying to 68 Union Street, Nashville,
J. A. JIcCI-l'RE.
Sirs. S. J. Little,
No. 27 North Hummer Street,
XASHVILLE, : : TENS.
Board 16 per week: 85
cents per day and
UBS. E. PLUMMER,
So. 32 North Summer 8treet,"
II LAffl, Jr..
Dealer in all kindn of
Persons In town will urn Tvinnov Y,v -.ill
Ing at the "Little House Around the Cor
ner," where everything needed lor the ta
me can oe had c Meaner than elsewlim ami
those from the countrv do the u
bo barter their produce or receive cash from
ua ior anytning tney wish to sell. r No,
2i uaraen esireel. sepli i-ly.
MOXXTMENTS AND TOMBSTONES
All of the best Italian Marble.
A, niB.., uatvu wic Sly jr UI uesiKDS.
All work as cheap as can be done elsewhere.
Manufactory on West Main Street, near the
institute . aepU-Zl-77
Nelson House !
Mays & Dodson,
KATKeJ $2.00 l'KH DAV.
We also have a Llverv HI. able connected
with the bouse, with new and elegant turn
outs, which will be furnished nromDllv bv
applying to the Proprietors. JanlI-77-tf.
We have in stock a lirsl-claffa
Also Harness from
12.00 to 100.00
Our work la flrst-ela-a; the prioes lower
than the same kind of work can he bought
north of Colombia. KUIIN A TURPIN.
f. kvmi & soius.
Are the Largest Plow
B. F. AVE RY & SONS make
house packed with these elegant
Agents for Tennessee, Georgia and
GRAY, IORISAlI ft GO.,
No. 78 Public Square.
Jno. J. McGavock,
And WTiolcxafe Dealer in
IMPROVED FARM MACHINERY,
Seeds, Fertilizers, Etc.,
Nos. 6 and 04 .South Market street,
Tlie larRehl ami most t-oinplete stM k of Agricultural 1 inpU iiieiitfi ami Farm
Machinery tole found in the South or West.
The larjrest titoek f the inot carefully selectiHl Field Seeds of every kind, at
lowest prices for cash alone.
Full toek of Pure Fertilizers coustnutly on hand, at low ri'-.
(.'oiiwipnneiit.s for SetnJs and t'otmtrv lYoduce wilicited. Stlcnditl facilitie
for Storage, and charges very reasonable.
(ive us a trial Ix-fore you urchae el.ie where. Satisfaction gun ran tee 1.
Corresismdence solicited. nov. li-ii-(m.
W. 11. McFARLAND.
W. R. IMdarland cS Co..
MAM'FAtTL REUS AND DEALERS IN
MOULDINGS AND SHINGLES.
ALL KINDS OF DRESSED LUMBER
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Offlce and l'laning Mill No. HI North College and 133 Norlh Cherry Streets
Nashville, Tenn. novlMy
VAN S. LINDSLEY, M. D.,
Gives his exclusive attention to the medical and surgical
treatment of the diseases of tho
Eye, JElzxj?, Tlioat xxacl Nooo,
No. 95, Corner of Church and Suiiuner Street, (lii-htniix, )
NASHVILLE, : : : : : TENNESEE.
No. 45 Union Street.
The undersigned having purchased the
will of the (ilKUS AKT GALLERY, would
ei ami iieierinineii to maintain mi re
(iALLKHY in the Southern titatea.
adopted, and all Our work guaranteed to give
July 2U, 1877,-ly.
W. K. DOBSOtf,
Church Sneet, Corner South Cherry
With Benson A Brown,
No. M North College St., - N'AHH V 1 1.LK
Manufacturer and Dealer lu
IkKitiet anl Musie Stands,
Cardu, Tussi'Uand Nailu,
Chair Cain and
Pictures of all Kind,
NO. 38 UNION STREET,
IJetwit-n College and Cherry,
NASHVILLE, - - TEXN.
JfajT IK)kiiiK-t J1hsh4 iiiit in old
frames. OM Pictures and Frames Re
H. V. BASSETT,
AXD ICE-L'JtEAM 8ALOV2F,
NO. 46 UNION STREET,
: : Tennessee, i
Porter, Bryan &Alford,
Wholesale Dealers In
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Proprietors of the Celebrated
"PORTER RIFLE" CIGAR-
yuHltvillc, : : : Tcnncnce.
lt Chureh ritreet,
NASHVILLE, : : TENN.
Hew York, Paris
JAN DK FOUND AT
Draper and Tailor,
No. 37 North Cherry St.,
Makers in the World!
the best Plowa in the world,
implents at Factory price3.
AVe are the
WM. II. DARK
entire stock, working Instruments aud good
respectfully announce that he Is fully prvimi-
epulatlon or tne esianiiHtiiuent as ine rniMi aiii
All linprovenwuls In photography are promptly
W. 13. AUMHTUONt;.
Kuccesaor lo Curl C. Ulers, leo'd
gar VV O U h I) Y O U
HavliiR an Immense stock, and Iwlna; de
filrons of relurlnK H, we oiler rm nt ItKIU'C
TIONM In all depHrtments. In Klnrk Cash
mere, A I paced. Mm until and l 'aiuiliiiere
Stock special lis renins are oir red. Avail
yourselves of this opportunity by giving us
an early call.
bFRANKLAND & GO.
NO. 19 UNION HTKfcKT,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
K. V. Wtnitead,
Dealers lu Kashlonable
Boots, Shoos, Trunks, Valisos
Uniiirelliis, Travelinjr Bag-, &i,
No. 7. N. Cherry Kl.,ojiposlte Maxwell Uouse
A. B C01'KIAXD.HLlrnuii. JuhS ly
JJO r'l'BTOKK EXCI MK FOR
with those who prefer Its being the former
color. 1'. W. OreeuhaiKe's, NuxLville Tenu..
does not frtun tne hair; dixpetiHes with the
DeceMiity lor cliamHilDK by keeping Ilie
balr and scalp nice ami clean, which will
save you more money than the KiKtoratlve
CONlsyou;ls an exiiiiinlUi drrwlim; nicely
perfumed: Hpeedil restores icray hair tolls
loriner co.or; cleaiiM'M the huil of all dan
rirnfl, IIcIiIuk, biiinor, !'.: promotes growlti
of the hair; prevents lt falling oir, aud ren
ders It soft, iclowsy and more Ix-antliul than
ever. Hold at the very reaaonable pi Ice of
50 Cents Per Bottle.
The bottles hold as much as the dollar I Kit
tle ol other kind, ami the iiality Is guai
anleed eiiial in all resecU lo any In use,
aa nothing but strictly Hi-hI-cImm arllclea en
ter its composition. Ulve It a trial, aud If It
falls to satlhly you, be nurc tu return It and
get your money. lrtig Hlore, north-west
corner public square, Lilierai dlaoouul to
dealers. Tor sale In Columbia by Nat.
La PierrG House,
. : . TENNtbBEE,
ti o I'uit :ia. v.
Nratiieaa umj tleanlinesH the
lar at tlii Iioiim-. uugl7-ly.
Hotel and Es3taurant
(Newly Refitted In rirst-ClajM Hlyle.)
Open day and nllit, at Anhlivll ami
Chattanoopa aud St. Louis Ilallroad !epol,
NaHhville, Tenn. Keeps on hand ulnllt.ni
ply of Fresh tlyslers. I'aswnirers will Ik)
called day or night iu time for Ibe deert -ure
ol all trains. MeaN ready upon arrival
of every train. The liar Is lurnlxli'd with
IhetlncNt Wines, liiiiiiors and I iKars. lo
llle. elerka and servsuis are in attendance
at all hours. Ijullex' private dining room
luat liandMomely r nttd.
OClA-tiiu. llolltUTKVEd ITop 'r.