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Kiutkdhv W. A. Smith, M. D., Th. D
MISS VISK IKES A SPEECH.
BY EDGAR CAHbWELt.
I ant tbe fruitful vlue.
And, making no pretence
To eloquence, I apaak
In alio pi Meldefence.
Great sins are chanced to me,
And poverty, anil woe.
For which I'm not to blame;
And this the jporld should knew.
I'm sent to bleaa mankind;
But he is uot content
To take the gift from Uod,
And use 11 u It's Kent;
But change and distorts
Until tue ood la Hi;
A ad even fond for II If,
la made a thing to kill.
He even makes from drugs
A stuff, and enlis it "In",
Though never In the grape
.Nor nurtured by the vine.
The wine I give is good.
And hldeth not a sting;
But that the world calla wine
Is quite another thing.
Mr. Robert Weidensall, of Nebras
ka, recently paid u. a visit. He is an
apctit fr the International Young
Men'- Christian Association, and is
now wording with the Tennessee
The Temperance Jt-form and it
(treat Itsfortners i. a Tk?w book, which
contains handsome potralU" f Francif
Murphy and Dr. Henry A. Jteynolds.
It has heeu truthfully called a whole
temperance JJbrary in a single vol
,unie. If you want to buy a copy,
jtend your order to Messrs. Nelson fc
Phillip:, J?0- Iiroadway, New York.
WilliainsjMjrt I.o-Ie of Good Teni
jT'tirs had a rousing meeting ou the
e-veniu of the llfteenth instant. Bron .
Cherry an Urwlti loth made fine
speec hes, and i?i'o. W. I ( Jant, frpoakf
in the highest tonus of praise about the
t?ome Columbians speak of vfsit
iOs tuw lA'wwuurg .Lodge of Gcod
.Ti3Iary County Temperance
A.'oiiventiwa meets Thursday, April
fourth, at Mount Olivet, on Hear
Creek. Every Iodge and Council is
expecttsl to send at least tUruc dele
gaUt, who ought to bring writtn
statements of the condition of the bod
ies which they represent. Everybody
i- invitetl to attend.
Mount Zion Inlgeof (;ood Tem
f tlars ield a public meeting ill the
.church t.-st Friday evening.
--Bros, f.'rwin, WoodAIc, Vestal,
Vatliins, V,', T J'oiter and the wri
ter male tent uvr.itjce siets-hes in
N-1h Temple, the' eighteenth in
siant. Otlicers snul nieniliers of Mi. Ne
l Temple, No. lt", present March
IS, 187. Dr. W. V. Joyce. V. 1.
T ; Mrs. K. K. Joyce, V. V. D. T.; M.
A. McIIride, W. D. S.; Miss 8. A.
Bragg, V. I. A. S.; Mr. J. I). King,
Y. I). F. S.; A. E. Hill, Y. T.; Dr. C.
O. It. NL hols, W. T. 1). T.; V. K.
McKrmieui, V. D. C: J. V. Kinzer,
V. D. M.; Miss Eva Smith, AY. IX D.
.., pro-tcm: Harvey Welch, W. VJI.
t... pro-tem; J. II. 1 loll man, W. I). S.;
Mrs. IkJIe Kinzer, W. I), H. S.; Miss
AHio H ilton, W. D. F. S. Mfmuehs:
Mescr Vestal, V. T. Porter, E. I..
William-, V. 1. (Jant, E. L. Hill,
John Hill, Henry Harlan, (oodl(je
l''r5ersn, Joe l'imoiisuii, W. H. Kin
zer, W. -. Nichols, J. H. Voolside,
Ii.'v. Joe. H. Irwin, Dr. W. A. Smith,
J. V. Brooks, Jas. 11. McKennon, W.
L. Temple, H. F. McHrl.ic, V. H.
Iviiiff. 11 Smithson.OUy McKemum,
M. II. Kinzer, C. V. Brinn, (J. V. Mc
Kennon, jr., John Biteiilierry, W. H.
Kinzer, ( J. V. Kinzer, M. L. Kddy,
S. It. Watkins, Mis. Lou Kinzer,
Mrs. B. A. Kinzer, Mrs. Mary Welch,
J. C. Temple, Miss Janie King, Mt-s
M. K King, !'. D. Wehstcr, Mrs. A.
A. Lipscomb, Miss Mary Hill,
F. W. Webster, (!. W. MayUrry and
I. King. Joined to-night by trans
fer: M. A. Vestal, J. N. KUmottMon,
Initiated to-night: Nevels V. Brooks,
Miss Laura (,'ant, Scott Harlan, J. A.
Trotisdiile, W. K. I-.Vtes, J. A. Kstes,
K. L. Williams and William Heti
floy. A lady friend of ours says that the
Kautiful vistas of Iut soul-life liecome
blurred when she sends lit r husband
to the corner grocery with four liLs for
rt loaf of bread, ami he comes back
chewing cloves and tells how he gen
erously gave ay the change to a
blind man with only one hind leg.
n item from Anderson, I ml., says:
A uiuji named Dogget, who has a
wife mimJ children living at Daleville,
4-amc t A(nJ(Mo!i on Saturday and
liaJ his gun sold ut auction, with the
of which he bought whiskey
rind started home last night lutuicat
d, sat down in a cow-pit on the Bee
f aiu; ami seven trains ran over him
ntul tut his ImxIv into small pieces.
While" looking over our exchanges,
sttgcs'.ioii was made that among
..i it. i a .i i.i ..i ...
unites we cuoimi oijiciic luri
inr: .-Hiking case- if infraction off
law, iileii't uud disorder reported as
. i , . ... I
arising uircciiy iru;uruuKeiines.s. te
jliil not c.mipli'te the t:ik; it wns too
ri.vf. When we had glancvd litroUgh
ait."wut ii .score of exchanges, our cour
iige failed M-i. It stviucd ;us if the whole
country was bei;g rapidly turiusl into
it va grog-shop a h-JI of tlniiikeu
icss a Ivtwliug. r.laggcriugrt;deiiio
iittiin of Is-uiili'i'il iiii'ii. Drunken
iis In every 4--i .'d town, iu the
toiiiitry drunkenness i,y land and
?ea. Drunkenness in the keniivj ;ind
parlor, lirunUcuu.'KS coin-ci upon me
Ut irsti iis, and frothing h the Ix-gisla-
tiire. Druukeuncss among lb.- usr,
. , ., ...
aiming the rich. JiHi;kennes-. in 1 1 wt- i
dark lanes and alleys, in the wide
lamp-lit stiei ts. in the honuv hy ihc
criullc, at the altar, In t!ie school and
in the church; drunkenness every
where, va-t, eiique, omnipivscnt
encompassing tbe land like a kileful
jtmosnhere. It was horrible
Putci With Cre.
From tbe N. Y. Uraphic.
Pnncli. t rot hen-, punch with i
Punch in tne pnoeuce of tbe bar-aj erpalre,
A one rsenfllp foralaavr balre.
A"lw cnt nip for a whlaaey aqualre,
A quarte 'fa dollar for a regular talre,
Pujch, brother, punch with Care,
Punch In the preaenoe of the cuomaJre.
Bona Martin hal just fl nishtsl setting
the dinner-table. Would you like to
look in with tne, and see what there
was on it, and how it was laid? There
were some real frosted plum-cake, and
some very nice chicken salad, a few
filberts, almonds and raisins, and
come pieces of bread. Wnat a strange
dinner, and what a strange way to
deseril it, do you say beginning
with plum cake. Let us see. The ta
ble ts old and of plain pine. The cloth
is clean and smooth as Bosa could
make it; but it is plain cotton, un
fringed ami unhemmed. The plum
cake is in bits n a broken blue-edged
plate, the nuts and raisins in u satat-r,
the salad in a brokeit-edged bowl, and
the bread bnasta a small bruised tin
platter. There are two clean plates,
and two old horn-handled knives ami
forks beside them, and the dinner is
ready. A "picked-up" dinner, you
say, and Itosa Is a street beggar. Y'es
and no. A picked-up dinner it is, truly:
but neither Rosa nor her mother has
ever al:txt for cold victuals. And yet
they are quite as poor as many who
do. It is the day after Christmas.
Itosa's mother worked all da3' Christ
mas at the beautiful brown house ou
the hi!l, witli bay windows, ami,
when she came home at night, Florrie
Staunton, with her laughing eyes and
golden curls, followed her softly to the
door, and put a little basket in her
hand for Itosa.' And .this was the
"dinner." She stepped alut it with
no little pride, thinking, as she went
to the window half a dozen timet in
the last five minutes, "Mother -nd I
will have a Christinas to-day. It
ira isn't j-esterday, for though 1 's)Kse
she hal plenty, "and had it hot, we
didn't have it together. I trondcr ehe
don't come! I wonder how much real
?hs1 tea I could get for ten cents!"
And Bosa went to an old bureau and
opened her drawer, and took out a
queer little red morocco purse. It was
round and shut up in points, like a
closed gentian (if that wasn't blue),
and from this she took .out, a ten-cent
scrip. She looked at it a minute,
thought of five ml and white candy
balls, thought of a string of new
beads, and twenty other things in a
minute, but put on her hood and ran
to a shop just a little way from her
"Will you give me as much as this
is worth of nice griren tea?" she asked
of a brisk little man behind the coun
ter. She saw him smile a good broad
smile as she laid the money on the
counter, but he spoke pleasantly as he
put, without wetging it, some nice
green taa ill a quickly-folded cornuco
pia of brown paper,
"I supjiose it was only worth guess
ing at' she said, willing he should
know she uncurntoud it, but ashamed
"Wait a minute, little girl," said a
pleasant voice at her elbow, as she left
the shop, "Js yomr name Rusa Mar-
ti""' ' , , ,
" Ves," said Bosa, not daring to say,
' 1 suppose you are Grace tttaunton,"
as she wanted to uo.
"Wait," said Grace.
I saw you
getting tea, and it made me think oi
tnose nice spiceu nuns. j""
care to have a dozen?"
"Care?" said B'sa a little bewilder
ed. Slu thought of her dinner, and
how her niotaer's cyui would glisten
at such an addition-to it as tho buns;
and while she thought, Grape had
een in and out again, not even wait
ing to have theui Wfaj.-pfi up for fear
itosa would run oil',
"Uyld your apron," aiie said, and
Itosa o1evcd, thanking" Grace only
with tears in ner brown eyrw, a Grace
hurried ou, leafing her wondering.
Thcv were soon gracing the centre
of her "dinner, and tht l smoked in
the little iot as her mother rntwed
It was a happy meal for them, though
Bosa miVi' her mother wipe away tears
more than Is.-1'ore it was finished.
It was a cloudy dt3, hut it seemed, as
if n ray of unhiiie stuied right
acrotw the f-otton table-clothj ami I be
lieve tlwjy Uth would have said so if
auy one had tusked f-lwrn half an hour
afterward. A little morvs tij;derness
in a daughter, always Joviog aod
thoughtful, wu tb litfbt for Mrs. Mar
tin that day; a Httte uUeted kj"
ness,4from one almost a rangvr was
the light for Bosa. Their borne was
so dark few thought it could be bright
ened, and st) few tried the experiment.
Their fofher was in jail in a distant
town, wlu-rve he had been so often be
fore that no one luourht of her as let
ler than a widow. To st;x,e and
faint liet ween fear and hope was her
lutur lot. Got! knows how many en
dure it, ami vwlnrv t by his aid al
most without any utlivf.
Was It all sunUihu! in iho i'kWn
house?" Did Grace Kauto have any
idea what sorrow was? Did her moth
er ever think of Mrs. Mai tin's great
trial? The most I know about that is
that jot long ago I heard a State In
.cct t,f Prisons sjieak of one ward
through win. h Jj passed iu a city
prison, where lie miw fill? lking
young man engaged in drawing,
"You look as if you ought not to be
here, young man," he said. "Is it for
the filet tji.'jc"'
"No," was lltf faint reply, as, sup
posing he was oblige! in ithWiTt be
looked up a moment, white a bluh
spread over his couutciintu" , a he
went on shading a rock in his little
landscaK The Insjector inquired of
the kcejier about this young man, and
learned Ju' was from one of the best
families iu lU, Sfate. "He cannot
break up his thirst r drp."g drink."
ssiid the kecjer. "He has te.i Jjere
time and again, and this time came of
hU own accord, ami put lMmscir under
our care C.r safetv. ' cet I all tins
young man' lunuu Has J) the brown
house on the hill?
Drar Bra: As you requested me
we give you a few items; though you
and y, 11. S., jr., ix-rhajis felt that you
had not done much when you were
with us C'hrM.,;u, because they diil
not come forward and j.fj, You see
now Ikjw the leaven is working tii IU
meal; hence the jLreat command,
'How lKsile all waters." It apjiears
as if th whole country is feeling the
necessity of Jcavluy tji burning ship,
and going with that army w Ufit cj use
will never be styled the "Jwt Cause,"
We have in our army those that
fought in the late war, and, pcrhajis
one of the oldest soldier (now a eitl-
itw; intends enlisting with us. Dr.,
we are smw.'Hling finely; but lest I
should forget: I., if;-ouean get any-,
thing out of my hasty "and ii;;''rfect
ttrms that will lo you any gooit, you
can fjtfll ;j,')d corre-t and publish, with
holding ujy j.in,' jf you wish, as I
have not time just nuw 1$. ."yen, lsk
over. e gave a l;ttle a;k jf if)?fs
U:irter of an hour, at our last nfect
ing, and thin bad ?; leave skhub for
the future, Wih oof fclos regards
we rcinalu, yours as yer,
I M ti;i II If, )7r,
i Dkau line: Our regular monthly
I meeting met al Mt. ion laet night. A
large attendance present, tjuite a
i)iuu 1st of additions last night. The
work tfoj's on: the influence is still
grow ing wii,y and dct'per. Fifty or
more name have tiv .'. bl since
the organization. Spx-v'iiV
made by I to v. 'I'. J. Dixon and I'ucle
Mt'sser Vestal. Hro. Dixon gave us a
' tvf'jmj speech ot about forty minutes;
! telling Vil- of intemperance-, iu
his usiisd style. hv "War Horse"
j gave us a talk ot anout xhirty tuUfkiZv
! inakinsr one of his Ist siK-echeA,' Th
I spt.!; were a power and wilt have,
we trust, ttr f i:;rsi etiect. e are
happy to say the rt-vja; Ui nn the in
crease. Best iect full v, Ac,
jj SnVfiiAM. Sr.
- - -
Statistics assure tJi.ti tiferi js pro
d.usl n the I'nited States, each T.'ar,
ixUtid iWjlHWMH) worth of distMItnl,
iicdl an'l viwM U'lMorw, and abyut
s,ohi,(xn worth it iiniori.-d A we
xport little or none, the consumpticH
cannot be fur from SlfcyKXiKW,
For the Temperance Department of the
Herald asd Mail.
The field of reforming the habits
and appetites of our rac? is large and
extended, and, although there are
many laborers to lie seen at work, yet
there is not enough and more are "in
vited to take upon themselves the task
and enter this reformatory field, and
assist in the great werk. The cause of
Temperance is now opening ground
that never before has been its lot, to
marshal and array a force for the pur
jiose of widening ite fields of useful
ness. The great object and aim of our
lalwrs should le to speak out and write
the imjiortant things necessary in the
foundation of character. This should
he the end and aim of all our temper
ance organizations to remonstrate with
the youth hi his erring course, nd set
before him the proper example, in ac
cordance with which he ran form the
right sort of character; to remonstrate
with the guzzling doctoi, who advises
alcoholic stimulants as his sovereign
remedy his universal iwmacea. This
doctor says his patients like it, and so
he prescribes it.
Under the lead of such, the youthtul
patient will, stop by step, sip by sip,
become what his inclination not his
judgment makes him.
Next, the inquiry is made; what
harm is there in a social glass? The
answer is easy he is forming a char
acter; still, he don't get drunk, though
he may become exhilarated; but he
frequents the sabswis, the cluli-rooms
and is invitetl out to dine where only
gentlemen assemble. He visits the
race courses, spends much of his time
at tlie play-nouse, indulges in games
ot ctianee. wnat is tne fuinn" His
bets are small, and his warnings near
ly equal to his losses what if his as
sociates are not of the best? Need he
become contaminated because they
are so? He has no idea that he is even
now on the brink of a precipice ! a few
more steps! a year or two later, and his
habits are nxed, as with a graver on
steel. He is so jierverted, so diseased;
that he cannot trust himself, nor can
others trust him. Now the flood-gates
are open, the bars are down, restraint
thrown ott ami tne demon rushes his
victim to the brink of perdition. He
is poised, as between heaven and hell.
His passion becomes his master, and
he i-5 lost. This is but tae picture of
thousands, who, giving way to per
verted appetites, have gone down to
dishonored graves, and left behind a
character to curse their progeny.
Then, with such lights and examples,
let the philanthropist of to-day, re
monstrate with the young, that by
higher aspirations, and by the grace of
God, they may form a different char
acter, and come up into manly man
hood, or beautiful womanhood, fulfill
ing the ends of their existem-e, and
glorifying God Almighty through
healthy liodjes, healthy brains ami
We form character as we foim im
ages, by modeling, working, training,
i .litation and education; by the lives
lived, aj-e, by the thoughts we entor
uu n. nsa man thinks and acts, so lie
stands on some lofty peak of the Alps,
where mountain towers over moun
tain, till, in the distance, mantled in
eternal snow, sj)mts Up far into the
the sky; beholds the spijt where the
storm-clouds rendezvous, and the ma
jestiu eale rears her lmierial brood;
listen to the ceaseless rush and roar ol
the imietuous torrents through tbe
narrow gorges, in foaming cataracts,
hastening to the plains below; gaze on
the varied landscapes of fertile plains,
throtiglf v;hi;-h, Ijke silver threads,
the rivers ilow, JlankefJ by meadows
and forests of green; hear tbe wild
notes of the birds of trey mingling
with tl;e voices of the thunder, whilst
lins!!-Wixiglpaps from cr; to crag, ana
tbe soul is awed ntQ reverence, in the
presence of tlie grandeur am sublimi
ty of nature,
Visit some tropin Islp, where lierpct
ual Spring clothes forest an'l plain
with f'OjMajitly renewing verdure, and
thesoull hlle.1 will) grandeur pro
found for the bwneiicenco of nature.
Yet, there is a scene still more sub
lime than any that Alpine heights af
ford. There is a fairer vision than
that whjt"h graces the tropic isle.
Guandeur! ein1wci;pe' and we are al'
embodied in the 'masterpiece- of the
Creator's baud, a model man or wo
man, Vfth a bright and burnished
character, independent and secure by
resolute tnjV froi the shafts am!
darbj w Q f y'if '(tempter; and in the
society of sjij.-h wp ibf.? the wealth of
the fadtlc-ss .reasuritj of an im
perlshiibk worW. True character, in
the model man or woman, in the re
deemed and reclaimed, adds the
crowning grace to every pleasure, and
when the riches of earth tickle birds ol
passage- J;V; tjown away, tbe ios
session of this bright eWcI, " ill find
an armory well furnished with pa
tience, resignation, fortitude, courage
and OfcY- Vr?!?1.';'; wherewith to begin
the s"t niggle aievv'- iVhb tlfis posses
sion Vice skulks away' aba-shed and
Virtue fvpls iustnictfve'y be influence
of a guardian tpb jtj ' n temperance
and profanity are Mlcnccd, and rude
ness puts ou the habit of civility.
Mks. M. J. Conner.
Hampshire, Tun u., March !K), 1S78.
"Just once." is the devil s plea, an
enticement that has ruined many
One hour mav blast a life of careful
ness. ( )np hour of sleep on the part ol
a pilot ma s,ci,d f.te ifib!t Vessel to
the bottom of the bea; anil one single
Indulgence of flio Intoxicating cup
may throw the balance of a man's
will into the devil's hands, and he.
know ing that it is his only chance,
may do his worst:
Iici a Good Temperance Law, on
the inside of this paitr. The article is
written ny our niemi, .Mr. liios. ts.
Thres Thsussr.! rmlae Eefj6ej Btstroy
ed ty Firs Terrible wsass.
Hong Kong mail.
At Tientain, on the 7th of January,
li terrible calamity oecured. A tire
broke out J', o'eloek iu the morn
ing, at one of the relief yards estal
lislied outside of the city "w all for the
lienetit of "the famine " refugees. A
utrong northeast wind was blowing at
ti'tpiutfe. ajfd s'.arf.'ely an hour passed
before all I be &icis vere hiri-o, and
between and womefi and
children were sull'S-attfl or burned to
death. As correct an . cstiniato as I
can get gives the number of inmates
asrt.iKxi, of whom n- little ovh loo es.
'atHil. The location of this soun
kitchi u ,yu ! fortunate. On the cast
side was the city dllcn; the p trt of
ine soiiin ami west sines wtis an ice
pit, while houses lined the remaining
Mou. !! addition, it uas surrounded
by a strong rei.tj of Vnoliang stalks
piastercM y-nififUM, m wnicti there
vas puly one gate , and it is said that
fitfhA' bursting forth of the lianas, the
ge Jveeieir oj.ed ' hn gate ami ran
away. Many of i Ije Cbiibe showed
juu,:b courage i'n trying to render as
aiataacif, tifcfesiified by an eye witness,
who, usi!ig just df tbe tiuje, hasten
ed to do w hat hecouldin tearing down
the fetio: and rendering other service.
He s icaks of the scene at that time as
terrible beyoud description. Theseene
prcseiite! after the tire had done its
vvK was rnastiy anu iiorrn.ie, and
the f.jeiurtj'tif it li-s.', l,t!'o' vy mind
as one that can never bo'efjatiiAI, The
contortions of the features, the jHisi
titins of the IkkIi'cs, hands, lunljs,
mouth and eyes, the same as when
pl-e flames overtook them, reminded
one of the ut.t.jption.s of 1'ompeii.
Had tlie gate lVd h ft opu prolybly
many more miglit have made their es
caie, but si rapidly did the flames
..rrA2tl through the matxheds, and in
the s(r:iw ami i..af; sre.nl n tlw.
ground as a "iirotoctlon -Vigainst damp
ness, that before an opening could be
i".fiK' j' the fence few1 even were Jeft
to linger oi bf ijfjyrint'. How th
ti're'br'Tginaeil )io oije seems tp know
a spark, lKissibly," from' "the range
wivw Pt M.'Q tlne the njlllet was
, K!3CSLLAKECT7S ITEUS.'. -
A. C. Buell, journalist was niarritMl
in AVashingtou, rccenfyj to Miss Mad
alineT'olk, daughter -of the ruueh-in-vestrgatetl
lVxr-Keeper of the House
At the close of 1877 there were S,65
Eersous residing in the Peabody model
ouses in London. The death rate was
estimated at "n.a per 1,000, and the re
turns iu the form of profit at 'i per
Of the 9,-14 officers serving in the
active army in Prussia, it has lieen as
certained that 8,504 luMong to. the
State Church, tso are Itom.au Cath
lics, lu lrotestant Dissenters, and 9
Jews. Among the men are 75,268 Ro
Virginia and Tennessee last year
went far ahead of North Carolina,
which has long headed the list as pro
ducers of peanuts. Tbe estimated fall
ing oft this year in the three States .'s
.V,000 busnels, or more than one
third of a good crop.
Although Tecttmseh Sherman has
the Government forage for his horses
sent to Honest John Sherman's sta
bles, there is no complaint that the
latter's animals cat more than their
share, because there is always enough
to go round.
Cotton-seed oil manufacture is be
coming a marked industry in the
South. There are now seven large
mills in New Orleans, and others at
Baton Rouge, Shreveport, Natchez,
Vicksburg, Dallas, Memphis, Nash
ville, ami even St. Louis and Chicago.
A ton of seed produces t .venty gallons
of oil, worth &i.o, while the refuse
cake, worth .20 per ton, is valuable as
feed lor domestic animals and for fer
An arrested "moonshiner" says
there are about '200 illicit aistillerie- in
Putnam county, Tenn., five being in
a circuit of one-half mile. Every
bushel of corn used produces an aver
age of two and a half gallons of whis
key, and the price of corn in that lo
cality seldom reaches fifty cents a
bushel, making the price of whiskey
less than twenty cents a gallon. It is
generally sold at from one to three dol
lars per gallon.
The State Geologist of ( Jeorgia re
ports that her, agricultural, pastoral,
and lumber resources are equal, if not
superior, to any State on the I'acific
Slope, or in the Noithwest. She has
water power far more valuable ami
more generously diffused than New
Kngland. In gold she is equal to Cal
ifornia, in copper to Tennessee, in
coal to Pennsylvania, in iron to the
most productive country, in pasturage
to Kentucky, in soil to Iowa, iu lum
ber to Maine, and in climate she is
better and more unchangeable than
any of them.
The Secret Service Bureau reports
that counterfeiters are making ar
rangements to supply fiic-similes of
the new silver dollar. The jieculiarity
about these counterfeits is that they
are of silver tf equal weight and fine
ness as the genuine. Counterfeiters
can afford to make them of pure ma
terial, fortln.' reason that it costs only
about ninety jiic or two cents. The
counterfeit is therefore, in reality, in
trinsically worth just as much as the
genuine. "This," the Boston Bulle
tin remarks, "is an odd thing, and
only possible when a Government de
bases its own coin to the standard of
the counterfeit e r."
A pamphlet entitled "Where are
we going to?" is said to be creating a
great sensation in Holland. The au
thor, Mynheer Speelman, joints out
that all the heipe of Holland rests at
this moment ou the Prince of Oraidje.
But loth the question of the elynasty
and that tt Dutch national indepen
dence aie, tbe writer says, ih a criti
cal position. The Dutch rtiyal family
is very limited in number, and counts
no longer a single female member.
The marriage of the Prince of Orange
has therefore biM-qine a most infportant
question. Holland will a,nd earn live
only with the house of Orange, Myn
heer Speelman says, unless she were
to become again a republic. The dy
nastic. qucsttq'u is tUeremrtJ a viteil
A Great tttn's Idea cf Jastlce.
Dnnle-l Webfler has left
tlii'se memorable wemln:
''Justus is the greatest interest ef
man on enrth. It i.i a ligament which
hoMs e-iviliy.tl lnMiijis and civilized na-
tious together. Wherever her temple
t:inl ana so lonjr iwit w duly Honor-
eti, uieru im a fniiKiui.ioii ioi mh uu ae-
eruritv ami Km'rai uaiipmcf, anil tle
... ' vi,w,u,a ,.
iijiuw.t-...c-..b u.i.. iBfc yt i"F
riiti'. rvuj injtrci nuiuis uii mm ru-
iriee witli nsefiilnes and dibtiuction,
wmicver clears td foundation!,
Mi t'liiMKiia us uiciifj.tiiui (j.i ji3 e.-uifio-
lature-b OF couf riUiHt to raiC its uugnist
i ..:ii.. .-..!., . :i i .
dome Ktill hiifhorm tlie skie.-, eonnet'tai
himself, in name and fame and char
acter, with that which is and must be
as durable as the fame of human
...... W . ..t-.. .Tl.. W-IIK
-f-f? SBf t B"
SYMPTOMS CF VPIMS.
TIIEcountenancc is paleantl l;aden
colored, with occasional flushes, or
a circurnsenbed spot on one or both
checks ; theeyespecprnetluil ; trie pu
pils di'atc ; an azure ser.iiciicle runs
along the lower eyelid ; the nose is ir
ritateel, swells, and sometimesbleedn ;
aswellingof the upper hp ; occasional
headache, with humming or throb
bing of the ears ; an unusual secretion
ff tajiva ; slimy or furred tongue ;
1 , r , , ,
breath very foul, particujai Jy ;n tr(e
mnrninir- nnnptit vn i-ihle wmr-
morning, appetite .ii.iuit, soinp
times voracious, with a gnawing sen-
.. -ri, .(,ii,
OtHIMJl jj ii'-ivIft,v' ' . ' I
IVCP"? ; lieetingnairiSinlhe
occasional nauca and voniii
lent pains throughout the abdomen ;
bowels irregular, at times COStlVC ; I
stools slimy ; not tmfreqtien'.ly tinged
with blood ; belly swollen and hard ;
urine turbr'd ; ;e$p.:iT,iion occasionally
diflicult, and accompanied by hic
cough ; cough sometimesdry and con
vulsive ; uneasy and disturbed sleep,
with grinding of ihp teeth ; temper
vanabje, uut generally jrriiauic, txc
Whenever ()e bqve syniptoms
are fotitid to cit.
DR. C.MV LANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly eflcct a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
n any oi';;; ; i ;s an innocent prcjiara-
Uoi,tio(eqpicic of lioing tkc slight
est injury to the most tender infant.
genuine Dr.MVLane's Ver
MiFUCit beius the fifnatt'rcs of C.
Ml' Lane and Fleming JJaqs. on the
P, p. ?IPI,NE'S
These .fills are not rcconmended
asaivtnc'dy"fbrall tho ills that flosh
is heir to," but in affections of the
liver, and in a!l Uilious Complaints,
Dyspepsia, and fc?iek Headache, or
4:-:c2(t that character, thcv bland
AGUE AND FEVER.
-y ueiu'i cuinariiccan do used pre
paratory to, or after taking Quinine.
Jis v simple nurrative they arc itti-
tlEWARC OF I"ITATIOXS.
J ho genuine arc never sugar coa ted.
Kach box has a red wax seal on the
id, nuh Uio imii;cs.-ioii Ju MV
Lank's Liver Tn.t.s.
Each wrajipcr boars the signatures
pt U. lL4h aruf 'Fi.emixu Ubos.
SoltT by ajl vcspeeablo druggiift?
IB4 itouiiu-)' etoriijjeepers generally
TURDIHE WATER WHEEL.
GUARANTEED THE B E3T.
Stout, Mills & Temple,
, Manufacture rtt ami Proprietors.
ALSO. Flour and Pa
prr Mill Mohlnry,
and General Mill Var
n Inhere. lArpe illus
trated catalogue sent
freeou application to
Hlout, Mills A Tein-
1 1 pie, Dayton, uhlo, or
"1 tuelr A Kent,
October 26-1 y.
Pure Bred Fowls.
Breeder and Shipper of
?wa Srsd Lid is. Water Fowls 2
Eggs for hatching- a Season. Fowls for
sale at all times, i'rv tnpt attention giveu
to all orders and communications, which
are respectfully solicited. octia-77-ly.
A. D0J1 ECU'S
Fancy Goods Emporium,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
KID GLOVES, FANS, ETC.,
""fto FOUTH STKEKT,
Bet. Market and Jefferson,
JUST RECEIVED !
D. Landroth Sons
A full supply of
Always ou had a full slock of
D R UGS
Medicines, Paints, Oils, &c.
T. B.- RAINS,
" ' 1 ' F
JaB. V. BROOKS. Mnchlnlnt.
THOS. J. WALKER, Traveling .Agent.
Brooke & Walker.
We respectfully invite the attention of
ineciucen ot f oiainoia, Maury and ad
joining counuas that we have opened Ji
bewine iiacnir eparr snop. we can take
any old maoblne, put In new parts, where
necessary, all the latest Improvements, and
make it as icood as new. to the deiisht ami
aatig'actioo of owners, and at a very small
j. v. Brook.hrf. hod Artec n rears expert
i in i w-, iy-j.-asri'. rrpairum
I F M""s oi vewiDg AiHcuinev, ana
I give ittiKfa5( ion gr no charae made.
- evuns. Piston and IxScks renaired. Kea
i nuca, ana sit Kina oi iignt luaciunery re-
paired wb neatuegs and dlspaicn, and
wtTuJi'v-nivtn- v,iw r. .
I . ". r -"Jl oUU .vv-
i mcninenis. uiveusacail.
Uorrespoodenc with the country solicit
Azents for the latest lmnrovcd Wheeler
and Wilson Machines.
BV Office t leralng Block. Dr. SheDDard's
oia siana, oppnsiie nrsi i'lesovierlau
cnurcn. eiaraen otreei, cojumbia, Tenn.
W. V. TUCKEK.
WhnlRSnla mil Rolitl
'ftQlgsaJe and. ftetU
North-east Corner Tubllc Square,
Columbia, : : : Tennessee.
Dealers In potion and all kinds of prpduce.
fjberai aivanpea inae on gpous in store.
BY virtue of an execution direoted to tne
from the Chaucery Court of Maury
county, at lis October term, 1177 iu favor of
1). B. Cooper, E vs. Li. M. nrnzier, J. T.
Moore, F. M. Vaughn and J. H. Nicliolson,
I will s;ll for cash to the highest bidder, at
I IHe CUUH'IIUUW OIlliFlll Mir MIWU Ol UI U ID -
i,ia,on the istof April, Mis, the iimiividtd
I jiiMWl mat 1 1. 1. wjier nan in two traals
i tf ... Irl jj..,,!. ni.f Hite5 nf'M.nrt
I county; one kpown' a tbe "WinianT Hrszier
pmce, ddii ronauru u ine easi pjr j.
N.O. tireen; north by W. K. Speed, contain
lug about acres, and le led upon as the
Krooert V of said L. II. Brazier, to utisfv thi8
execution ana com.
W. A. ALKXA IJKR, gheiitT.
Mareh Iff, Ipip. 1 r ? - v
"OV" virtue of an ordar of sale to me di.
IlTectett from the Honorable- tohanuerv
Cireentield vs. J. W. rWtou, ei al., I will
forcMfih at tbe cpnrt-hoeiKe door in the to
wiuri ox uiEHiu coiiniv. in luvor oi j . i
of Uounibla, pp Atitnd&v, the prst day of
April nt-xt, all the right,' JUe. clulm aud ln-tere-st
tht ThOiuas 0Crrt34-hxS ' iu
and to the lollowing dnrrtbetT tract and
parrel of land. (In the laud of Ueorne W.
rVc-ckard, his Guardian., situated iu the
Ktale of Tenuesee, Maury county, district
jo. 17, auo bounded on tbe norm by tbe
lwndx ol 'i. ii. T. OreecyelU; eaKt by puck
River; south by VV ni. Hiwkjus! etibHe; wet
by Duck River and Joe V'obs, . containing
2 jl acres, be the same metre' or less, and
known as tbe brick house farui, ana levied
noon as the property of said T. ti. T. Cireen-
e property oi saia i. v. i . ureen
itify tld order of ga le and ootU in
1. 8. tireeliDela. bale in lawful
T JVM. A-Al-EXAKDEil, '
neio, to rails
fjivor of J. a .
hours. ' 1 a'M.
Hherirt Maury County.
March 1, 1S7S. pr. fee, ii.
A. B. CaUiey, Administrator, va. J. . Web
ster et ai.
T Y virtue of a decree rendered at the Oc-
J tober U-rni of the Chancery Court at Co-
li!-ibla. leun., in the above cause, ; w;ti f;q
ine .si oay ui &iiru, i..a, prtweu -
lor na'e tire loiiowlBi; descrioea
ct Ot I
lxiid. lvlnir and belns in the' 1Kb civil dis
trict of Maury county, and bounded as tol-
Iowa, town: un the north ana west oy the
dower of Mrs. J. H.-Webster; east by the
WHliHiinipori and Cro Bridges ro d; south
by lane leading from tb WUlianispoi t
the lands of irP. Webster, dee "d. and 3. H.
WebstfT, dec"d. and abo by H:gby Creek,
containing i;b'4 acre. fiat wm oe exnioit
ed at sale. Hut I be crops on tbe- land, or
the rKhl to the present year" rent will not
be WMil. but I he land will be sold with tbe
privilege toenir pna ow wheat. Hr tep-
ft mber J, ms hut possessiou wi;i not be de
liverPd until January, l. 8atn land will
be sold On 4 credit ot ou3 nd two years, free
Irom the right of 'redeanntion. The pur-
ciiaseror pnrcnaers win oe requireo ip ex
uughn; Houtn py r.niot tMuttu: west bj'
StQilliiCl : WPL"? rf: fF"rherj porth by the
i-insr V1Q- I Tne other L nown a-s the Win. lyrford furm.
ecute notes with good purity, tjearlua u.
terrjit ffrtm r1y oi sale. "
JIarcU i U7S, P- C. COOPER, C 4 M.
Tlio JT'rtll Term
SEPTEMliER THE 1H77.
Cirenlars statlnc course of study, and oth
er particulars, will be sen ton application
, GKO. BECKKTT. Rector.
Stand from Under I
THE SILVER BILL WILL SURE
l"n lor this arrangement I will make the
best fltUuK I'dIs In Tennossee, fit war'
ntuted, tor SJ.iK). otLier work in proportion
Cutting as usut.1.
J. G.KIRKM AN,
Iso. 7. Km bars o St.,
D. A. Craig.
W. J. Stray horn
A. r . .yueioiie.
CRAIG & CO.,
Grain and Frodnce Merchants
Have opened a large Ware-house at the
I'nion Depot. They have ample htonga
room, and solicit consignments. Orders
promptly and satisfactorily Riled, A fresh
supply of Family Groceries always on
hand, t the very lowest price. Co ne and
gee us. oct2612m
At the Court House door. In the town of
i olumbla, on vondav, the 1st day of April,
1H73. I will sell, f.ir cash, to the highest bid
der, certsiii ashvil'e and Decatur, It. R.
suKK.auil one soldiers und wakhant,
and tun in.soia f nt claims belonging to the
estate oi jaines isannor, aeceaseu.
ALFRED FLEMING, Admin.
March 22, lhTS.
Glad Tidings to the Afflicted
M.I .110 .YD OIL,,
A Liniment universally acknowledged as
the most r Downed cjuicK cure ever brought
before the public iu the .Nineteeentli Cen
tury, for the perfect cure of both
MAN AND BEAST!
This popular and great healing remedy so
lon neiHi by sstT- ring l utuanity, is giving
uniounnei proois oi us merits y an nav
ing tested Its uuilvsiid powers, and by
THOUSANDS in all cases cmlming It the
most x erlul remedy and quick reliever
DJAKOtfD OIL P0SSES8ES
The Best Concentrated Heallnz I'ropertlos,
Uuickesi Scientitlc Arts tor Pnin Relief.
.tinst (JoinMn d M-dlcsted Necessities, as a
Liniment for MAN AND BEAST, ever in
tioduceil for public benefit. Those sufleriug
who will use thtsLtnlnirntln time will be
convinced thst ii Is a sure cure for Kbeu
matism. Neuralgia, Bruises, Sprains,
riweliinas, Hurn, e'uts, V Ion?, Tumors,
l'liee, ii'jureii uiid, .-vca.cs. uoni, uip
tner a, .-re Throat. Toothache, Headache,
Insect Bites, Fits, Colic, Tne-Worm, etc.,
for th human race. AND IS A POSITIVE;
IUKE for Sweeny, Hint; bones, strains. Cal
lous. Sinins. Colic. Botfs. Wiiidgull. Poll
I Kils, Cattle and Sheep Complaints, and all
aiiiic.lons ot ix mi man ana iteast.
DIAMOND OIL is fo' sale by T. B. Rains,
urutgisi, eriumDia, tenn., oeiug wen re
conioietided by all Druggists, PhyslcianR.
and eyery onp 'who hag u.-ed It. Price 7
pents pei' i"ttio. Prepared by W, E. KA
UAN & CO., Plillaaelphia, ilrauoh OOice
luiliuuapojis, InJ. novau-76-ly.
N. C. Bryles et al., vs. A. C. Allen et al.
IT appearing from affidavit filed in this
caufe, that t'e defendants. A. C. Allen,
Henrv Allen, George W. Foster, citizens of
the State of Texas: M. K. Jones, Iuls Kirk,
knu lusviii-.tl. K. ItU'K. citizens ot bn
State of Arkansac; J -ssie Foster, acitiZen 6
fhestiiteot Mississippi, are non-residents
of the State ol Tennessee: It is therefore or
dered that they enter their appearance
nerein uciore ur wiuuu ijio iiib imw ujr
ftf the nei:t teria of the f'haneery (iinft, lq
be held atCoiuiuLia ou the lt:t uenday iu
April next, IsTS. and plead, answer or de
mur to uonipluiuuut's bill, or the same will
betaken for run lessed as to tbem, and set
for hearing exparle; and that a copy of this ,
order he pub ished U r four nB"Uv
weeks in the Herslil and Mail.
D. B. COOPER, Clerk and Master.
By T. V. Fucmiku, Deputy C. fc M.
Marcu h, lbTS,
Valuable City Property !
A. A. I.ipHcoiub and wife vs. A. C.
TY virtue of n decree rendered at the OetD-
1 J ber term of the Maurv fhancerv Coi
Iu iheaboveKtyled cause, I will, on Monday.
ine isi oay oi .a prn, ib, proceed lo oner 1
Mle al the rourt. house door in the town of
ejolumbiH, Teuu.. tue foiiowini: described
bouse una lot, biluaiud in tbe win civil dis
trict or Alaiiry county, a,nd bouuded as ioi
lows; ueiMtiuinz hi a stase ou tue went
inarlu of the old towu of Columbia, Tenn..
on a line oue eai irom ine norm-east cor
ner oi a lot or paroel of inud Unit J as K
folii purcnasea ot i'trick ikiusulre, by
diet!, l.;lh nf April, 1J7- running thence
6outh with aid Magulre li pole to a stake
in the road; thence weit 11 nol-8 to tbe
BuUth-east oorner of Jas. K. Polk's lot;
thence u rth with Raid Polk s line 15 pole
to t ile norru-easi corner oi sain roiK a lot
thence east 11 poles lo the beginning, oou-
talaing about 1 acre and o pnies. bald pron-
eriy win newo:a iu i woor more parcels or
lots to cult purcmuiera, men an a whole, the
blght-st prlc to be tu sale, bile free from
the riehiaxd euulty of redemption. To be
sold on a credit ot oue aud tuo years; notes
wjtn goKj si cnriiy, oeuring lnieresi irom
date of tutle. required to be executed by por-
March b, lblH. 11. H. COUi'i.lv, C. & M
AVING this dy suggested the in sol
veucy Of the estate of M, J. UrifHu.
ct'j,, to iu uer ui me eouniy ejouri ..
Maui v county, Tennessee, notice Is hereby
glveu touli P-rg ns having cla'ins agalust
said estate to tile them duly authenticated
wlthsa'd clerk on or bc-lore tbe 6th ol
Heot.. le7ts, for trorata distribution, or they
wiu De lorevcr ourreu.
March 8, Ib'S
E. W. N upler el al., vs. T. J. borsett et al.
IT appearing from alhdavit tiled In this
cause tl:al the tleteiidants, W. N. lKrHclt,
AmeUa Lyuns, juuii w. iyoas, H. M. IJor-
sell, h.nillv e la rii , it. A. tiagetl, Mary II.
Berry, eio. W. Berry and Maria Kheegog
are uou-r-sldeuts of the kttate of IVuneasue:
it is therefore ordered that they enter their
appearance herein before or within the
first three days bf the next term of the
Chancery Court, to be held at Columbia, on
im nm xiidiwi in iipri ncxi, 15, a. au
plead, answer or demur to ConiIlainapt,ia
bill, or the Kaire u i;l be taven lor fon,esy
uti:i, nu pfi i-ji iiy;iou (iar-: aut
ropy ot thi'i order be putuished lor
iiiheciitive wecs ip the CoJmuUa
1 and! Mall.
1. B. COOPED rierg and Maiser.
ty T. V. 'Mixj. Deputy CAM.
itt V Bughea, aoliitora for ooinplaln-
Jlarch 1, 1419.
TEMPLE OP 110810
Wholesale and Retail Agency
For tbe world-renowned Pianos of
Toeelher with the Nation's favorites, Bacon
4 Kerr. Bacon A Raven, Hainea Bros.. J. A
C. Fischer, and the "Model Piano, (Arion
Piano Co..) at prices from $175,011 upwards.
or(sn for Churches, Lodees and l'arlor,
from the celbrated makers. Mason & llara
tin, Burdctt, New England Organ Co., and
O. A. Prince A Co., all having tlrst-class
Medals and Indorsement of the Musical
Profession and public in general. Prices
from IoO.iiO to I'ihO.iiii. Com jietltion In genu
ine (not bogus) Instruments met with prices
and terms to bq: the time.
shl Mmmm lor t he million, at one to
ten cents per page llrst-claKS authors.
Largest assortment of Italian and other
Strings, and Small Musical Instruments.
Eastern discount to Schools, the Profes
sion and Book Stores.
Correspondence solicited. Catalogues
sent on application. Music mailed iree.
"Tlie Proprietor respectfully announces
that he has taken tbe aitency for tho sale -f
LlghteA Ernst Piano, (Successors to LI lite,
Newton Bradbury.) The following ex
plains their position:
Madisok, 1xf, Dec. 27, 1S7S.
To the fiditor ilime Trade Review, JV. !
Will yon please send me those back num
bers of your Review, which contains the
exposure of those lraudulent Pianos, which
bear tbe name of good old makers.
This country is being canvassed by drum
mers, who try to balm off tnese good-ior-nothing
instruments upon the unsuspecting
public, and far ners especially, as a rear,
genuine iso-andso's make, fraudulently
firoducingthe old genuine makers' price
ists, and asking from lour to eight hun
dred dollars for tbese bogus instruments, :;
Now the public is made aware ol n, and
these nanip. arretted, the better. Oue of
my young iriends paid fi."i0.0il for a Ligbte
A O.'s not worth over JiOOuX), and I besr
t he Bradbury is J ost the same If not wm se.
Please publUh tills in your able Journal,
and save some of those who are about to be
J. MtKKKI.L JALTSON.
(The LIgbte A Co. is a fraud Llghte &
Ernst make the only genuine Ligiite Pi
anos. Beware of all bradburj- Pianos; many
of them are made by Hale, Uardrnan aud
others. -Ed. M. T. K.)
Other Correspondence can be shown ex
posing boyutpianot. witb other Cairo names,
y applying to 63 Union Street, Nashville,
J. A. ttcll l BE.
Mrs. S. J. Little,
No. 27 North Summer Street,
NASHVILLE, : ; TEXX.
Board 10 per week; 8j ceuU per dav aud
night. ug2"i ly.
LIES, E. FLUMMEB,
No. 92 North Summer Street,'
VAMIVILLE, : ; TEXN
joi uia Jr.
Dealer in all kinds of
Persons In town wlll'snvo money by call
ingai ine "Little House Around the,Cor-
ble can be hud cheaper than elsewhere, and
w iiere rvHrviDinff hmhiw itr ii.a iq.
iimjm irom ine connirv irt titi. satn. ...(
so oareer tuelr produce or receive cash from
or. lor anyimtig uiey wlh to ell. - No.
n uwieu aireet. xent'4-ly
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES
All of the best Italian Marble,
I. also, have the latest at vies of dptilima.
All work a cheap as can be done elsewhere.
Manufactory ou vyest Jaio U'reet, near the
ITelson House !
Mays &D Dodson,
KATES $i'W VEll DAY,
We also have a Livery Stable connected
with the house, with new aud elegant turn
outs, which will be lurnished promptly by
apply Ina tpie Proprietors jaull-77-tf.
T. W.TUUPIN j
We have iu fctoek a firht-class assort
Also Il4xri4w Aem
12.00 to sSlOO.OO
PER SET. .
Our work is firat-clam; the prlO'K lower
than tbe wim kind of work can i.f bought
north of I Olunibla. KUHN A TUKPIN.
. P. AVERY & SONS,
Are the Largest Plow Makers in the World!
B. F. AVE RY & SONS make the best Plows iu the world,
hout-e packed with these elogant imph nts at Factory irk ff.
Agents lor Tcnticec, Georgia and Ahtrtuin.i .
GRAY, KIMMAM &
Xo, 78 Public Square.
Jno. J. McGavock,
And Wholesale Jhxthr iu
IMPB0VED FARM MACHINERY,
Field Seeds, Fertilisers, Etc.,
' New. (i'2 ani t4 ("kMtli Market stree t,
NASHVILLE, : : : : TENNESSEE.
The larp.'t and most e-mnple'te Mih-U f Airrietilturul liable iiieiiti unl l'artn
Maeliinery to lx found in the South or West.
The Jari.'et Htoek f the most carefully selected Firld Seeds of every kind, nt
lowe-st price-s for cash alone.
Full stoe-k of lnre Fertilizers constaiitlv ni hand, at low n ic s.
Consignments for Se-e-ls and Country l'rodm-e Milii-ite-d. SiiU iidid faeilitie-n
for Storage, and charges very re-asjna'lili'.
Give us a trial Ix-fore you purchase e-lww ltere. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Correspondence solicited. no v. l'i-77-i.in.
W. 1L McFAltLwVND.
W. BL. rvlcFarland. s2 Co.,
MAMKAcrtRi:KH AN1 L1KALKK1S I.N
Doors, Sasli, Blinds,
MOULDINGS AND SHINGLES.
ALL KINDS OF DRESSED LUMBER
CONSTANTLY N HAND.
OJlkc and l'laiiing Mill Xe. St Nerth ColJcpe- ami Xi .North (.'Ihii.v SI reels
Nash villi:, Tln.v. nov-ly
VAN S. LINDSLEY,.M. D.,
Gives his exclusive attention to tho medical and surgical
treatment of the diseases of tho
Eye, Bar, Tlioat and Noso,
No. 9.", Corner of Church nnd Suniinor Street", 1 l"i-stnir, )
NASHVILLE. : : : TENNESEE.
No. 45 Union Street. NASHVILLE, TENN.
Tlie undornlsned having pnrrhnned the entire stock, working lustrumi-iits and good
will of the OtKRS AliT e.LLKRY, wmld res prt fully niniuuncH t rtat he Is luliy prepnr.
eil and diermlned to maliuueiu the repiiuitlon of Uie eslabll-hnx'iil as the l'lltsi' AltT
OALLKRY in the H mtbern states. All linproveinHtils lu photography ale promptly
adopted, and all our work guaranteed to give sitisiactlon.
W. JJ. A UMHTltONf;. .
July 20. lS77.-ly. Kuc:wir to Carl ('. ejlrs, Ueu'd.
. . . 4 ' -s
W. K. DOBSON,
Church Street, Comer South Cherry
CnOSfOWJITB & !I10iR0B9
With Iienson i Brown,
No. SO North College tt.,
- NASHVI I.Lli
Manufacturer and Dealer lu
Botiuet and Music Stands,
Carebi, TutMolnuud NailK,
Chair Cain and
lectures of all Kind.",
NO. 38 UNION STREET,
lMwe-eii College ami Cherry,
NASliVJ-LLK, - - TE.
frjf IyKkiiiK-C! Ims'k juit in old
frames. OM I'lcturcw anl r rame llv
H. V. BASSETT,
AND ICE-Lit E AM NALO OX,
NO. 16 UNION STREET,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
TrtVf AT tvfVfTI rtC AlfrtTn.
Wholesale Dealers In
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Proprietors of tbe Oiebrated
"PORTER RIFLE" CIOAR.
Nashville, : : : Tennessee.
- J01 Church Street,
NASHVILLE, : : TENN.
HOW York, Paris (Hotel aui R93tiarant
CAN BE FOUND AT
Draper and Tailor,
No. 37 North Cherry St.,
We are the
VM, ii. i.m:
t-JT W UUhU Y (J U
Having an lmnietise Htorlc, ami llrg de
sirous of rt-duclug It, we itlir gr ui lti;lLC
'i'lON'li In all depnrtnifiilH. in llisr-k ssh
mere, Alpacca, KIiiiiih-I ami CaNhlirer
Hlock special Imrgitlni ar oil' r- cl. Avail
youiwlves if this opjiortuuily by giving us.
an early call.
HO. IU UNION STHEKT,
T. L. Wlnsteud. It. U. W'iUhUad,
T. E. W1NSTEAD S COj
I'ealeru lu ! anhioDaMu ,
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valisos
Uuibrella.", Traveling I5ng", Ac,
No.7.N. Cherry 8t.,oppo.ite Maxwell Iloune
A. H VOPJCLA Xl. fitlrtman. J ui v fl ly
O KL'ItTHKK L'XCl'Mb' foil
with thoKe who profvi iU hr.irig the Utrmrr
color, I". W. Ureeuhalge'M.S'ahb villa Tma..
does not gum tne hair; dlnpi'iisea with the
nfccHNitv lor cliarii.(i.,liiK by keeping II,
hair and M'jilp nice and i.leau, uiilcli wm
aaveyou more money Ihaii Hie Kentorallvn
cxwU you; In an exquisite dri-Khlng; nicely
perfumed; Keelll renionrt gi ay hair to Im
lormer olor; cleaiiM'a the heiul of all dan
druff, itching, humor, elo.; proinou-H growth
of the hair; prevt ula IU fallinn oir. and ren
deiHltHort, glowy and more beitiitlful than
ever. Isold al the very reasonable price of
50 Cents Per Bottle.
Tnttotlea hold a mu h aa the dollar IkiU
of other kindK. and the oualll v la irnu.
Hlileed etiunl in Mil reMrt-ctH to tut In uwu.
an nothing but afrlclly ilrKi-clHHN aiilclraen-t-r
lUcomiMMitioo. Olve It a trial, and if It
failH toaatiaiy you, be Hure to return Hand
get your money. Drug Ktore, tiortli-wet
corner public square. Liberal dlct.uut .
dealers. Por sale In Columbia lv Nat.
La Pierre Hous
No. 67 bummer Street,
NAHIiILLK, . : . XENNLbtiEE.
Jar NVahii-sd and
law at till -4 liou.-ic,
(Newly Refitted la Flrst-Claas Style.)
Open day and night, nt X jihIi vill.- ainf
t'haltnncMva and Kt. LiiiiIh niillrond Depot,
NaNhvlllc, 'leun. Keep" ou bund Klull -u o
ply ol Fresh (IvkIcim. l'a4wiieii will e
called day or night in time lor the ilrparl
ure ol' all IrnliiH, MeaiHiendy iim arnval
of every train. Thu Hurls iiiruiulird Willi
the tlin'Mt WIiipk, I,T.Ui.I8 nuJ ikim. Iti
lltei li rk aud hoi vuuik iu- in :iiteiiiliii"
at all hour. 1jm1Ih' prlvale dlulug rooiu
luat handaomf ly reiittiil.
oejta-tmi itUU-KT EVES Piou .