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Eiiii:i i?y W. A. Smith, M. I).,rji.D.
Mr. Hirnm Ii. llvinlU-y was roi:ent
l.v iuii i.i!jl i 1 1 1 Mnury lxlcf Guotl
St!. Gran! is l;
hi abilitv to iio r-,
MiiiT a lioiic on
;'!:! lie iittriliutes
ainl A. Tcini!ctoii
Bros. J.ui Kiw
rrixnily visited Maury I 1
Maj. Josij'li N. WaiUi T was initi.d
! in!o tliMuiy loiio of (,'.xil Ti'in
jilars, the other vi !:in.
We that a Maury comity Good
Templar lias r(j!k'.t-d a number of
U'nipi rauee ltitccs, wliirh he intends
Iubli.sliiii in Ivjok form.
I i Scott county, KinUuky, the
tfii)--ranco va vo lias li.-cn so 1j ifJTiJ,
tliat even thi; liare of Junii.-e on
th: Court Hos:.?ti wears a Murphy
Ji-jwiiuo raiders- on the North Caro
lina ljonk-rs destroyed eleven distiller
ies, twenty-live thousand .-allons of
leer and mash, and two hundred and
sixty gallons of whifkey. Asa whis
key destroyer your revenuo raidt-r is
hard to leat.
Old Admiral Vernon first introduc
ed rum an.! water as a beverage on
board a shin; h e Used to wear a pro
gram cloak in foul wtaiher, which
rained him the ai,i-llation of Old
iro:j. l'rom him the sailors trasfer
red this im:no to thy liquor.
The temperance revival at the West
has not yet ."pent itself ajiparently At
any rate, the Jran 1 f.O'lyj of Miehi
gan Free Masons, at a recent meeting
passed a resolution deviating the side
or manufacture of lij.ir, " as a hever
iure." a M.-i-onic o.'U nco, puni.-hable
:it the discretion of the loilg", by sus-peti-;i:n
A desolate Virginian writes that
money is so .-can-e ;.ud t-ixi . devour
everything that a poor farmer makts.
"Why, a man crtmot take ii drink,"
he s.'iy:, "wib'iott having it dashed
vith two and a half cents on the State
at the same
hbt and imdrToiii-,
time, a serenade from :
lr. Williard r..;ker,
.it the Temperan-.
"Wi ck, made a very
mark, wlibli, coinm-.:
kmiivo, flin nrich
whole subject of tiiceir
in ids led ure
fro'u fiieh a
lihl on the
ct of i:il;:;icat-
injr drinks upon the human system,
ile said, al- oliol is uviht.iIIv regarded
as a stimulcni, bu; it is not. It issim"
j'ly a!i irnuuit, liken gr.iiii of sand in
tin eye. It ra y ad as a stimulant in
lids way, .but only by overtaxing the
nervous sy.-lcm nr. I j'i'uving a waste
insfeiitl of a ht 'p ;:i (he end.
Node- Ami i,vi ni:e:
is the cause of nim-U
and jruiif licit a'-r'-r.iv;
d str -f
rid thirst, ;
v. retched wo;
their sober s.
that men, in
suc h snviitres.
latent in the '
.!. of the K!"'cf
te the inevitable
I ry ii that b.nr
e be:, ris of !
i.-e. it seldom hiippelis
i 'ii : : : i:m cuit ry, sre
I Jut all cursed pxssiii!
cv.rf. and. sccmimriv at
leii-t, dead, or no:i-t xi.-teit. while t!ie
heitrt lieais healthily in so!ier indu-i-try,
Icaji i;j fierce ma! fin!;. -erown in
th.e power of drunkei;n-,,-sI making the
in.m at onee a lr-anire, or rather at
once com et :i:;ur him into a fiend.
tes i:ait;aitd the still.
J remember tlie time wtien tbose ttrnt were
Hud u tilsky to drlok, and U stood on the
They woo'i) ay "help jonMelf," nd the
glaKCS would ring
A tliey stirred up tbe blck-st rap ofld rje"
v tiNky tllDK.
It was bought at tbe bouse tht stood on tbe
An old stone houe, and lliry palled It "Tbe
X have rcco bu old man, and ! hggd on
nis clolbing -was rg, trllli no shoos on Els
GL friends were all gone, ba bad nowhere
It wrs braaily and wblHk-y tbat brought
him so 1t;
lie bad ben to the houae tbal Btocd on lha
Where drunkards were made and tbey call
ed it "The mm."
I remember a woman, her form bent with
lit r lu-art hent with sorrow, her yai dim
She wan shivering with cold, and rags on
She said t-be waa hungry, but Had nothing
Her busbaud had gone to the boue on the
Where dinDkards are made, and they c&Jltd
it "The Htlll."
I have-st en a young man In the Vfeor of
Who fi ll from the summit of honor and
He was caught in a sbare, there was no one
And iu Al-X'hoi'i chains be was henceforth
a r-l-i: e.
lie had been to the house that stood on the
Where di unkaidn were made, and tbe call
I met a poor chi!d, who was crying for
She to'u rue her father and mother were
lirunk at home, and what conld he do,
For somclclns to rat, and tbe poor baby,
Her father was theu at the houae on the
Where drunkards were made, and they call
ed it "Tue Stil'."
I renicnibr-ied the man who owned The
And in:ide widows and orphans Lis pockets
His money and land, nil, all bad to go
To py oil' bis debts and he was brongbt
ud so was Uie house that stood on the
They txth foil together the man and "The
It sys lu the Bible, plainly, "Woo l
t'nto Iilm that makeihdrnnken,"orciiieth
Lot all of the sober ones united bo,
Aud help the roor drnnkard to himself
Lot those that soli whlnkey by the pint or
Ceware : and renicinbor the man and "The
The delegates reported their lodges
as follows to the County Convention:
Mt. NcIhj Lodjrp in in a floulshins
condition, find conwisti of one hundred
and six mcnilicrs.
Fith-s I,odC is in a lierdthy working
ANSSL AND EE2FATEZ2.
A True Storj.
Xot man.yof the readers of the Hkk
At.ihave been to fswitzerland.I fanev
!Slil!, you know enough about the way
jHcj le dress tiicre, nnd the life they
lea:, to Know tnaituisis i hwias scene
don't you? That is Arnaul JloI'man
and the little girl in Ansel, the hunt
or s on:y cniM.
It is very hard for Arnauld to leave
his dear wife and little inrl, but he is
chamois-hunter and mtiftgofor some
wecKs to num. Ansti srivei nim one
more kiss and runa back. She misses
her father wiien first he leaves, but
after a tiny or two she is quite happy
attain there is so mucn work, to do,
There are the troats to Ik? fed and milk
ed and little six year old Ansel does
all that and then the mother teaches
her to read and spin and knit, and
onee In every three months they have
a ween oi wasnmcr. it seems a tunny
way, doesn't it, to leave all the soiled
clothes for tniee months? Jhit that
used to be the custom all over (ier
many and Switzerland, though they
do not do that so much now. Ansel
enjoyed the washing week Very much
for her mother's sister came to hell
her, and her two little loys, Hans and
ilhelm, came too. Then how three
little children played w ken their worl
was done! .Such coasting and skating,
liut though Ansel was so happy
she saw that her mother was often
sad. Ansel thought it was because the
dear father was uway; but that was
not quite the reason. Frau Hollinan
was sad because she knew that her
husband would meet other hunters,
and .say, ''Drink with me," and an
other would say, "One more glass
with me, comrade," and she feared
that Arnauld would not say no. .She
knew that, if ho kept on drinkin
wine aud beer whenever he was asked
bv and by he would get so fond of it
that he would not be able to do with
out it, and then he would be no long
er sure tooted, nor have the keen sight
that was needed tor hunting; lesides
what if he should become cross and
lcat his wife and little Ansel, r.s her
sister's husband beat his wife and
U)s? !o, Ansel knew nothing of all
these fears she was too little. Ihit as
she grew older, and as, after each
huntiii ' season, her father came home
si little more cross and more anxious
for his v. ine, Ansel began to see how
her dear father had changed. At last.
when the little gut was twelve years
old, her father came home quite
drunk, and when Ins daughter ran to
kiss him, he pushed her away and
threw her down. She was not badly
hurt bv tbe fall, but, oh! how her
As she lav sobbing in her mother's
arms, ahout her father, the door oiieu-,
and Hans aud Wilhelm came into the
'Atml. said Han-, wc are gomg
over the ocean. Our lather lieats u.-
r.nil we must work for our mother,
so we nave come toil you good
Ansel did not (ell her cousins how
her father had knocked her down, but
thev saw him hing on the Il-M)r m a
drunken sleep, ami, jud as they went
awav, Jlans, v. ho was a, I'ti Jwiv ol six
teen, said: "i actio Ansel, if anything
happens that you must work tor your
mother, come to America, for there
von are sure to cam monev." Ansel
never forgot what Hans had said
Times grew worse; th.e father, Mho
liould have supported them, was
" The sentence of i: c Court i-',"sa;d
Judge Porter, a p ..pular Iri-h magis
trate, to a notori i; drunkard, ''that
you be co:,(i.ie I in jail forth lomr'st
eriod the iaw will ni!..w; and I hope
you will spend the time m curing
''I'itiih, ii'id 1 wii!. and r.,rier, too,"'
was the ansv r.
condition, numbering about sixty-five drunk more than half the time; and at
WiHiamspo.it Lodge is a in flourHi- I
idg stile, and has seventy members.
Cross Ilridgcs Lodge is in n flourish
ing condition seventy-five members.
Hampshire Ixxlge no representa
Mt. Joy Lodge no delegate.
Porter's Chapel no dclsgnte.
Manrv Iodge oiiO names on the
books. Alout r." active members, and
in a working condition.
Camp Branch Ixdge no delegate.
Mt. .ion Lodge Is in a healthy con
dition growing rapidly numbering
Silver Creek Iiodge is in ft thriving
condition, numbering ninety mem
L.isling-Ko2e Lodge recently or
ganized."! n i e m hers.
Kxce'sior Temple is doing a good
Mt. Olivet Council re-organized
Cave Hill Council- flourishing'
nlKHit PMI members.
last their pretty cottage had to lie
''.Mother, I will tro to find Hans, and
PCii't lor you," said Ansel; and so de
termined was she to mid Hans, that
at la.it her mother let her go with
some good, quiet peasants, who were
going to .vuicrica. 1'oor ciiihl: she
had liitie to lake with her: her tam
bourine, wirh which she often danced
to please her mother, itnd her bundle
of clothes neatly packed in the father's
knapsack. Ansel teit very sad to
leave her beautiful Alpine home, but
she knew her mother would soon
starve, unless her daughter could earn
monev, and the noor girl thought
money could be picked up on the
streets here. A e know how uitterent
it is, don't we
lint Ansel did not know, and kept
planning how to send all the money
she could make home to her mother
and to the poor father, whom she still
lovt d. Now, I can't till .you all alxiut
her voyage, and what a hard time she
had. iter wi-s family let her live
t.-rys--i :-. ... I !!" ?
-' . ' r
i :- T - s- i . r
'ISM V:-At- .. I
- Y '
icmpie numners loo with ,,.,, 1(1 slie U)lII1(1 n.eist
v. a v to t arn monev was to take her
tain'oourino and sing in the streets.
The poor girl did not get much, tho'
everv cent was siived to send home.
Her friends thought Ansel l,ought
sonic dinner while out, but she could
not lje:r to spend the monev, and so
often went the whole day long without
At last, one colu night in the early
fall, Ansel felt so wearv that she dron-
ed down upon a step and fell asleep,
l'hcro ;i policeman found her, and
what do 3 u think he did wilh her?
He looked at. her and said: "If she
don't look like the youngest of them
boys! Til take her home." So he
tool; her up aud carried her to his
What do you think I've brought
you; he said to Mrs. Smith. "Wbv
Trituto cf Eespsct.
The city of 1 lunde .
lx'cii or.lerhi'j" a uum'i
ro in . bii !i to t ran
(ioiidiou-i -, the iniia:'i
found in t!.c :-::o'U c: ;
row is sb:ip" 1.
the v iii'. ari- ;
low. Tic :e i - i
for a supply of i :
Amera- in ci; ies.
of v. lu clbar
.o; ; tot be st -a
Ml ! iio a re
mounted i-p.cntcd red
i ::i i l iuiit yi 1
. i ju'l U w
l.'Is iM om
n -: iotro luce
! o N ,
1);:. I'.:;-,: h.
lou: lo 1c rt-mci!
and P"ii; ; ; .oi-
this w h .!( s,-i-: j
Sidicy K Seili'i
and wa- bin : 1 !
The d.iv i- iiu -. :':
on t to honor hi: i v. ho 1:
vcars. c.s I'-w in -u !; .-Llauiele-.-,
a pure and
man the i ti I . o! a ion !
mother, and I k b -i b
sisters an I acquaint ; i .e: s
pril Mb, I
i !y toe pc
d :';,oo i
id !ic.l L':;
.i I -ou:ig
f.il hi 1 alio
trusting f iily ia .ie.-is, and pica. hug
with friend-- and ;:v, ain la nees O
niei t him iu be:i'-.'ii. s:i in::, l.ut a A w
liours before id- J : i it toe!-, its li:i;i,t
to the home of i! , I.!.-- . "ii:.-',-ay
the 1 .01 d is !.n:-:' 'i '!-;;i. k d i.r
the religion that cm .ii i!:i- a man feel
that iiea en is o.ir bo,;:, . !;... s. ".
Cv.uis pr.- n hed ih;- lii .ii ,j v. rmiin.
Jlro. T. J. Iiv:i :-: I the services
with a; p!oi; ia:e n :. .i: i.s u
Vx'nr.r.i.As: (.d iu his all-wise and
mvsterioits providence has entered
the circle of our lodge and removed by
death i;r brotner. Sidney 11. Sedber
ry, who departed this life April oth,
1 '-Ts, in full assurance of hoi, there
Ih:i.vi:i : 1. That we Ihmv iu hum
hie sul.mis.-ion to the will of Him who
dovth all things well.
Ki:soi.vi;i: J. That Mt. Zion loflge,
No. has lost one of its most devoted
and constant mcm'.K'rs; being cut oil
in early manhxd and prospective Use
lulncss, in the great work of the Tem
. SADDLES, LEATHER,
Guns and Pistols,
Blacksmith Tools, Carpenter's Tools,
Avery Double Shovels!
Kentucky Double Shovels!
Malta Double Shovelsl
f I 1 1 III l I
Chilled Iron Plows1
Avery Steel Plows!
Avery Cast Plows 1
Chicago Steel Plows:
La Pierre House,
ICo. 37 Summer tSlrcct,
NASHVILLE, . : . TEJJKiiSsiEE,
si 30 xjeh : ijv sr.
tf5?" Neatness and
law at this house.
MBS. E. PIUflMER,
TIic JTnll Term
SEPTKMIiEIi THE 3, 187 7.
No. 32 NortU Hummer St reet,
Pirplllflril Lttl I inir Vn vi ct ndt anJ V.
gp-tieuijujj .m -"-vfeon MAJOR WINFIELD, JR.
iuivj,-iy. joiuicdm, lena.
Will make the present Season at the
COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS !
Mares can be returned It not in foal.
ii'e iro. ring associ.i ion nave nuroen, as
the liorse Ik now mnturtd and on a coon nt
oi utiru iimtK, to put niH sei vices at
The season, pnyaLle the 1st of July, when
iuestson pKims. Any mare fair.nic to
siiiDti nicy db returnea next season free ol
XT AT"DT W limr ITnVT . ia a .In.b 1. n ..
...... . . ..... ....... ..-..j... 1 1. r iv y
fhrr-e wtjite feet, 14 liBntl.s hiah; hs Rlrel
ny imperial, (son tf Kywlyk Tlanibleto-
Dian.Miant ny A.ie.iD(l r h AlHlnllali, (son
of Kjsdyk s ilaml.letoiiian, i-lre of Uold-
srnun .Maid, Toriili.le, and other eood
oni.) 2.1 dam, Laily iSanford, (Jay Uould's
dam by Americn St ir.) 3 I dam ijy a son of
neury, ino coinj-emor oi iciipse.
TURBINE ITCH V1EEL.
GUARANTEED THE BEST.
Jno. J. McGavock,
And liO(csalc Dathr in
iiuiuuuu i uiinu Imi JJJj
IMPROVED FARM MACHINERY,
Field Seeds, Fertilizers,
.os. o aim 04 ,outh Murket street,
NASHVILLE, : : : TENNESSEE-
The l.-u-frest iiiul most eomplete stoek f A-i i.-uliuiiil 1 mih nu nls un.l Fiirni
M.-ichinery to lie fouml in the South or West.
The largest stoek of the most earefully selecteil Fi Id f-oe,ls ofevc ry kiml nt
lowst I'riees for cash alone. '
Full stM-k of Pure Fertilizers constantly on hmul, t l.w iri-( s.
t'onsiLriiments for JSecls uud t'ountry l'rixluce s.ili it. .. .s.u -,K f;ii. iiltif
for Storage, am! eluireH very reasonable.
(iive ih n trial In-fore you purchase elsewhere, satisfaction uarnuteed
CoriTsjKHulenee solieiteo!. u,ty. iC-77-Tmi'.
W. K. McFARLAND.
WM, Jf. DAHI5
An f iPirnnt and Ftylish Hairess Stallion,
the equal of any of his family, will nlso
make the season at the same place at the
tow price oi
the season. Cash, or In Corn, Hay or Oats
HI llll' 11MIO O! HTVIfl'.
Mares from a distance taken on the usual
terms, but no liability Inr accidents or es
capes, a lien iiiKiu the colts in ill cwses till i
tue bills aro paid. mchl2-lm.
For all Chilled Iron, Cast or Stool Plows!
Stand from Under!
TUP cT F T l." I 1t t r Ti- t f t unrm
J A PASS !
Stout, Mills & Temple,
Manufacturers and JVojn iciors.
ALSO, Flour end 1'a
pr Mill M-chinerv,
and Uencral Mill Fnr
nishers. jMrtie lilns
t rated catalogue sent
fr.. on tipii icur ton to
Htout, Mills Tem
ple, Dayton, Ohio, or
J. M CABLES,
Pure Bred Fowls.
COI.UM BI A, TEXNKSSEE,
Breeder and Siiipt-r of
Pura lui :z "::: FotIs!
c"s J Je-J'-ir r
t ndi-r tiilsarrancenient 1 will make the
best flUIng iVnt.s in Tennessee, lit M-ar-
ranted, f-.r S2.K). Other work In proportion.
luiur.g as ubiiHi,
No. 7. Embargo St.,
Ksbk for hatchina in Season. Fowls for
pale at all limes. 1'tvmin attention trlven
to all orders and comtnuuications, which
are respectJully solicited. ocl 13-77-ly.
Jas. I Street & Co.
Glad Tidinrs to the Afaicted !
JAR. V. BROX1KS. Machinist.
X1IOS. J. W ALKEIl, Traveling AgL-ut.
Brooks & Walker.
FULL STOCK OF STAPLE 110 FA 11 C Y GROCERIES !
Imported and Domestic
Wines and Ijiqixors.
A Liniment nniversnlly acknowloilstod as
the most r niwiieu cimck cure ever broueht
blore the public in the N in eleventh Cen
tury, ior me perioci. cureol Dotu
MAN AND BEAST!
This popular and q-p-H. healing reme-ly so
long ni.vo ny stnu : ixrj iimiianuy, is pivlng
uubuuuiel pi'0s of its merits by ail hav
ing tested its uurivadtf towers, and ny
THOUSANDS, in all cases claiming It the
most poHeimi remedy aud quick reliever
DIALTOIJD OIL POSSESSES
Tho Hest t'oncenirate.l IleaMnfr Properties,
tinlck't Scientific Arts for Paiu Kelief,
.Most Combined Medicded XecesnUles, as a
Liinmieui tor M A A l litASl, ever in
troduced for pubi:e benefit. Tliwe suftcring
who will use this Liniment in time will be
convinced that 1 is a sure cure for Rheu
matism, Neuial'ia, Bruises. Kriraius.
Swelling, Burtirs Cuts, F--lous, Tumors,
nies, ii.jured iirnbs, !-ea;us. tior.t, l)ip
tlnr:a, sore Tiirout, Toothache, Hendache,
Insect Jiites. Fits, Colic, T"re-Vorni. etc..
lorin-i.umnnrRCH. arwisa fOsjllIVK
Cl'UK f.,r ssweenv, Einsrbones, Strains, ("nl
1'ius, Siuins, Colic, Botts, WindgHll, Foil
E-ils. Cuttle and Sheep Complaints, and all
"nernl diseases In stock, and many other
afllic:ion of both Man uud Beast.
DIAMOND OIL is fo sale bv T. B. Rains.
DiUKsist, .' luiul-ia,. Tenn.. beinn well re
commended by all Druggists, Physicians,
and every one who has used it. Price 75
cents per bottle. Prepared bv W. K. PA
GAN fc CO., Puiladelphia. Branch Otlioc:
Indianapolis, Ind. nov3:-70-ly.
We resnect fully invite the attention rf
the citl.rns of Columbia. Maurr and ad
joining counties that we have opened a
sowing Machine llcpnir Shop, we can take
any old machine, put In new parts where
ueoiss.-iry, all the latest Improvements, aud
make It as good as new, to Use delight and
satis'HC'ion of owners, and at a veiv small
J. . Brooks has had fifteen veais exneri-
encelnlht- manufacturins and rertairine
of all kinds of Sewing Machine?, aud will
give siulsfacilon or no charge tpnde.
Guns, Pistols and L.ek8 repaireil. Kevs
fitted, and ell kinds of liabt machinery re
paired with neatnt-hS aud dispatcu, and
We keep Machine Needles. Oil and At
tachments. Give us a call.
Correspondence with the conttrr solicit
A?entforthe latest improved Wheeler
arm iison itiacumes.
Office Flemine EWk. Dr. Khemvar,
old stand, opposite First 1'reshyieilun
tnnrpn, taraen street, Columbia, Tenn.
Af ANUFACTl'RERS AND DKALKKS IN
Doors, Sfxslx, IBIiLolcIjs,
MOULDINGS AND SHINGLES.
ALL KINDS OF DRESSED LUMBER
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Office and l'lauiug Mill No. SI North College ninl Xmll. flu-iry Streets
Nashville, Tkxn. uov-ly
VAN S. LINDSLEY, M. D.,
Gires liis excliibive attention to tho medical and surgical
treatment ofte diseases of tho
Eye, 3Z?ctr, Tlioat aiCL KToso,
No. Po, Comer of Chureli ami Bummer Stm ts, irp-stairs,)
NASHVILLE. : : : : : TENNESEE.
RT GALLERY !
No- 45 Union Street. NASHVILLE, TENN.
The underslcned bnvina mirchased the entire stock, workl-if 1 1 1 .f rn ttioti f a an. I ri v.-l.I
will of the G I lilts A ItT I.I ,KKY, would rcsp.cl fully mi iif.iincr t : f be is ml ly preimr
el and determined to iiiainlMin the repuutliii-i of t li 'staiili.liiiii iit. as the I'llisT A KT
v Iji .r, i i i i ug n.mi llru siHiffi.
All 1 111 Ut'OVemen !S 111 Llmlfrrrunliir u r.ii,., . I u
adopted, and all our work guaranteed lo give Hrtisiacti'iii.
July JO, 1ST7.-Iy. Hiicci-ssor to Curl .'. (ilers, Dec'd.
W. E. D0BS01T,
Church Street, Corner .South Cherry
With Bon sou A Crown,
No. SO North College St., - NASH VI LLK
JOOX T. TUCKER.
W. F. TUCKER.
J. T. & W. F. TUCKER,
Wholesale and Retail
o o ers
North-east Corner Public Square,
Columbia, : : : Tennessee.
Dealers In cotton and ali kinds of produce.
Lineral advances made on goods in store.
my ilcnr, I've iirou&lit vou ;i cui that
i.o!s tlie y;u t pidureof that lfiy
j:u ve r. iiuii your room to aiulare al
Wiivs tn.kui'r alxiut.
-iisti w..ke to liml kiml facc
w:itc!uiii her !ut s!ie coukl not uniler
sfsiU'l wluit thv .iiI. "Let's trv
ii.ius, s;;iu .iirs. .s-nutii, nun caiieii t
n ly !io ;is just oin out at
I Ji-:sod i.i;
That the family !ia
jiruyer. I'r. i. iiii;r. ' I.-is:,:i--u j., lix Iiim up a you .jx-ee
w:is j.r.s-nt, un.l a-t-.1 a . ii- ? .. V()., I am lietter to-nij.
jiii-n";,rt'rs. -.,. i 1 1 tiicm
telvts to tueet our brother hi heaven.
U't'ii I erea veil of a ilutiful foil and a
kiinl hro! In r, the i hureii n humhle
Liuil i nj -t.-mt meu'.hi'r, the commu
nity a rtiect;l!e eitien.
I;i:s.-:.vi:ii: I. That we extend to
the f.uui'y ami eommuuity our heart
felt sympathies ami eomlolenee, in
t!ii', their sad lofs; :. n-.l cnnnicnil
liiein lo tiie raee of an ever kind and
iniiliful ui, who will temper the
wind to tin' shorn lanio.
ItrioiA i:i: -r. That v.etirapc tlie
r.'-Miiu in nm: imin.nsreeoinniendetlin
I lie ritual, and that a copy of thef-r rrs.
'Iv.tiou- !' iiiruislied the family, also
i eopy spread uptm the preeedinrs of
;!ie liHle, and a eopy Ik sent to the
Columbia Herald ami Mail forpuhliea-
iioll. 1 IIOS. JIAKD1SON. l
Mi ssku t s r.i., I Com.
1'. II. Sol THAI.L. J
Ii At; li:o: I send you a few liatty
!hourhts, if they are worth auything
o the Teineranec iKpartmeni, you
an use t!im in any way you see
roper. A'so I send " a tributeof re
pe!." i'tiblisli what w ill be of inter
est, if any. At our last meetinp, sinee
ou were here, sixtten were iuitiatetl,
ind more promised for the next niglif.
I will send you the names If I ean get
Hum up to-m;nr at prayer-meeting.
I was siek the day of the Convention;
had intended to ! with you. We en
close you the names of the .sixteen
that were initiated on the 2?'th of Mar.
We appreeiate your visits, and you
are al ways welcome. Make Patrick
ood siieeeh and co with
Just returned from prayer-meeting.
r, ii. t$.
trout liii'ir. l he bur hov eaine in
b;iek eyes shinina with uood-lnnno
Ilaus; Hans!" ealled Anel, "I've
So poor Ansel found lier eou.sin
Mrs. Siii;;l: e;iri:ed tbe story from
Han-, and deelaied that she'should
not jco aiiout the streets any more, but
mat, .T sue would try to work. Ansel
eotilu he.p her alioiit the house. An
sel !i. I lu r Lest and soon learned to
talk I .lijrii.sl!, t.ud to cook and set tlie
mole as we . v merieaus like to have it
done. A lou' U tier was sent to tin
dear mother in Switzerland, and after
Aiivel had lived for moretnaii a year
wilh Mrs. Smith, her l'atherand moth
er eame to live tiiere too. Jler father
was very sorry for all tlie troubie lie
had eatised, an i kept savini? if he
eouifi 'vet awav from ins nail I'omnan
ion-, lie oue.l j;ive up all hfpior. So
Ansel sent them money to eome, and
now I hey are nlnn t as h.'ppy as le
lore: i.r i:er f.itoer win not toueli a
drop of l:tior, and Krau Holl'mantyt u
know I'riu lmans Mrs.) sews and
sinjrs, w lu'ie Ansel works for all, and
keeps a!! tidy. So you see the little
S iss jrirl is :m Ameriean now, but
she often thinks of her pretty Swiss
home, and of the happy times before
her father had learnt it to love liquor.
and she te'ls her cousin: "Iio ask votir
ly friends to swe.ir they never, never
will toueli a drop, and then thev can
never know su;-h torrovr ius poor fath
er lias known
Gormcnt Claim Agency.
ry a late net of Copcrrss all soldiers of
t vsr .f Is 2 sr.- entit ! 1 fo a pension of
fx.im it luoteli. and nil their widows,
Ithoi't t-ed to ti e dule of tl-elr marri
ire or thtlr ioyalty. All claims asitlnst
l.overnrm nt fi.rpri perty taken during the
wnr ni'd wbe:e p:. rises have tU-l their
clHlinsaud their a.torneys hnvo left, the
com trv or r.ei;l.cted their interests, I will
Hltmd lo v lib flsspnteh. ilouotles. lVn-
("tnns unci nil kinds ol claims. IVrsons
eoiuicua'.calirK shonll enclose stamp to
lnnc stiswer. iftlc- tinder Ilent'd and
M II. No. J-J North Main Suwt, Columbia,
Marc X-Ti-l: JOHN I WLLflQjf,
E3- "7. G-AMBIjBI,
Cor. Main and Ei-hl 8ts., . . . COLUMBIA, TENN
Alfred Fleming, Administrator, vs. M. W,
-mory anu wile.
BY virtue of a decree of the Honorable
Chancery Court at Columbia, Teun.,
....... i i. ... ..I , . k. , . . r .. . ij-( . i
SPECIAL INDUCE DIE NTS OFFERED TO MERCHANTS YeMv.ed cause, i ,ti on uiecft day of
April, iqib, proceea io oner ior sale to i lie
highest and b.st bidder, at the court-house
aoor in tnelow.'i ol t.oluinbla, the following
described tract or parcel of land, situated lu
dist rict .No. 25 of Maury county, Tcnn., be-
lue uiesamec 'iivfjed mine said trances
J. r.inbry by w. A. and it. o. aicC'lain, aud
Iwlnir part ol the old Uusseil tract, and par
ticularly described as follows: Biduulne
al an ash In n.outli of gully on the river
near tbe lower corner ol the wlllett lease.
and just blow ti e sycamore patch; thence
norm i'-r2-, wesi iid' poiea to a staitn in a
clade- thence uortn west 10 poles: thence
south 21" .; - , west 4 0 poles to a cedar; t htnee
sou in m va , west -jj poi-s io a crur; tnence
south yj , west lij one-fifth poles to a cdar;
iiiviicvwinu'Ti , wen iKiifs io a ceaat,
thence south K7 , westo poles to Duck Kiv-
er; thence up said river with its meanders
to the bealnnine, containing Sl.i acres more
or less, iirtiii land will le so'd on a credit o
six, twelve and e ebteen months, free from
the rliibt and equity of redemntiou. Pur
chaser or puichrtsers will b : rttjuired to ex
ecute notes wun goou and approved securi
ty, and a lien retained to secure the pay
ment of the ptuchave money notes. Order
ed that pubucaiiou he made in the Colum
bia Hernia ana Mali.
April 5, 1878. JL. B. COOrER, C. A M.
A. DOM ECU'S
Fancy Goods Emporiiiiii,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
KID GLOVES, FANS, ETC..
105 FOUTII STREET.
Bet. Market and Jeflenon, Lontrilfr, Ky
Mnniifacturer aud Dealer lu
I ax k i n g-Ci I a sses ,
Iloftuet and Music Stands,
Cards, Tti.'sels and Nails,
Chair Cain and
Pictures of all Kinds,
NO. 38 UNION STREET,
Ik'tween College and Cherry,
NASHVILLE, - - TENN.
Jv THikinjj-f ilasses put in old
frames. Old Pictures and Frames Ke
llavliu; an iti.nu use stock, and belnu do
mioi:s ot rciii.riinj it, we oiler nrcnl HKPCC
TiONSj in all depart ini nls. J n Hinck ( ssli
ni"i", Alpaica, lli ii ii i I and CitMdmer
Siock spei'Ial l..irius are nir nil. Avail
yonrNi lvt s f this opportunity by kIvIue iii
an early call.
KO. IU UNION BTIIEET,
HaEhvillc, : : Tenzcssee.
T. E. Winsle.id. I!, o. W lusU ad,
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valisoa
Umhicllas, Traveling Lags, &c,
No. 7. N. Cherry Ht., .imlt.- Maxwell ilous
N AMI 1 1 EN N.
A. It VOJ'f:f.AXJ).liIt'Hian. Julv6-ly
I. A. Craig.
W. J. Stray horu
Grain and Produce Merchants.
Sale & Peed Stable
tT THE OLD STAND,)
South Main Street, - Columbia, Tennessee.
Have opened a larire Ware-hnnu nt tho
Union Ilepot. They have ample storage
room, and solicit consienmt-.nts. Orders
promptly and satisfactorily filled. A fresh
supply of Family Groceries always on
baud, 8t tbe very lowest price. Co-oe and
see us. oct6-12m.
ITclson House !
Tho most snperb tnrnouls furnished on the short r-st notice, and at the roost rpaonaq e
rates. Snecla attention tald to boariiiin: stock and sioriint vehiclei- We run a line of
Oninilm-e from our stable, and all orders left at the Hotel or Stable will receive prompt
t enlion. Jan3-77-ly.
Titcomb & Towler,
At the OU Stwul, Corner &ulh Htiin Si.
and Public Square,
Reopening of Biddings in
W. P. Ingram, Cashier, vs. A. J. Fly, ad-
mlnlstraior, et al.
TX this crtuse I have been ordered bv 'he
luiuorHble l lianiry Court at Columbia,
Tenn., now sitting, to rK-openthe biddings
upon the iRnd sal made herein under tl:
order of said Court, al Its IH-tolier term, 1T"
anil In pursuanc i ut said order. 1 hvse ro-
opencd said blddinKK, and v l!l eontlnneto
reci-ive bids upon the said land at niv otIW
in Co'nmbla, Teun-until 12 o'clock siHut-
d.-iy tlielTth dav :1 Aunl. 1S78. ms.n t it
a-ime time and tenns.a. m i be origidul salt'
ino inionuuui r.cviv-o will be i.'.av,
pi- IX. B. CVUPEK, C, & M. I
X. yr. Jones vs. John A. It' vier.
TY virtue of n decree of the Honorable
X i t baricery lourt at culbmbia, Tenn.,
reuderel at the April term, 1ST8, in tbe
above stylet cause, win, on the iTIh day
of April, 1 7S, at the court-house dooi lu
the town of t'luiiibia, proceed to offer for
sale, to the loulit sr and bsl bidder, tho fol
lowing describ.nl trsct or parcel of land, sit
uated iu the l"ith district of Maury county,
lenu., on mewaiersoi tunny s tre-K, sur
rounded by She J-itids of Cavender,
Tho sjrin;es. Wm. Flowers, Matilda Mow
ers, Ed. Merlin and Jmea Itevier, contain
ing by estiinat ion, .'il acres mure oriels,
(except 1U0 or 110 acres reserved in the deed
from A. J. Putli to .louts and Itevier.) 1
will first sell the tract of ind containing
abou' HO acres convex ed to tSiian Kovier by
A.J. l'ugh, and describtd as follows: Hitu-
aUd in the loth civil district of Maury
county, Tenn., and bounded on the north
by llrnce Kirk' eait by ti. Jj. It iiney uud
folly Thompson; south by Jas. Davis, aud
weal by A. J. I. 'Kb; and if the acre tract
does not bring euoucb to satl-ify c. mplaln
ant's debts, then I will sell the remainder
of said land, or a snllicient quantity to sat
isfy complainant's debts, hvaid land will be
sold on a credit of twelve and eighteen
months, tree troni rhe riulit .nd eiulty ol
rMliimtitn' tmrr.llHKpr or r n re h Qki.rd u.111
Keeps constantly on hand all tbe latest I be reiuired to execute notes with good and
Mays & D ocl son,
Columbia - - Tennessee.
H. V. BASSETT,
AND ICE- CUE A M SAL O ON,
JJO. 46 UNION STKEET,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
Porter, Bryan &Alford,
Wholesale Dealers In
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Proprietors of the Celebrated
"PORTER RIFLE" CIGAR.
Naxhi'iUr, : ; : Tcnncuscc.
EUKTIIEK EXCCME KOll
with those who pieferltM Im'Iiib the former
color. E. W. Uieeiilialuu'N, Nashville Teua.,
does not mini tno hair; dispense with (he
necessity lor cliHinpi nmg by lo-eplng t,
nair ami setup nice mid clean, wblcb will
five j mi moit! iiif-ney limn the Il-storatl ve
costs you; i.t an exquisite dressing; uloely
perfumed; sM-eilli nt.ies giay hair toll
former color; cleHiif-cs Ibe head ol all dan
drull, itcl.lug, buinor, etc.; promotes growth
of the hair; prevents lis fulling (,(T, and ren
ders 11 soft, gliy ami more In autlful than
ever. Hold at the very rensouuble price of
50 Cent? Per Bottle.
The bottles hold as much as the dollar bot
tles ol other binds, and the ciil y Is guai
atileed -Um1 Iu all revp,es i Mny ji usn,
as nolhing but strictly lust-clsss arlleles en
ter Its com posit ion. Clve It a ItIhI, and If It
lulls to sal isly you, be mire lo return It and
get your monev. Drug Htore. Hurt h.t
corner public square, l.ilieral discount to
dealers. Eor sulo In Columbia by Nat.
101 (.'lmrtli .Strotl,
NASHVILLE, : : TENN.
KATES 52.00 VEV, DAY,
MRS. M. J. BRYANT,
Novelties, of the sen son In Millinery. Fancy
(irtods. Notions and Varieties, bouebt and
sold tor cash, at prices never before heard
of in cnrclty. Agent for IWadameDeinoresCa
reliable patterns. stamplDf and pink
ing done to order.
April 12, l7.S.-ly. M. J. BRYANT, Agt.
approved si cut ny, anu a lien will be re-
tMlned on said laud to secure tbe payment
ol tbe purchase money notes.
D. H. COOPER, C. 4 M.
The Interest on State School Fund will be
due on the Istof Jnly, 17:. Manry county
etsill.Wi.VKS on theSth of Jo!y. I will pro
rata the same; also the balance of fund fori
i77. wincu is now in the n&nda of the con
stables for Collection.
April 12, IST8. Trustee.
Carver & HornTs
fios ciiOLEei mm.
A certain, efTective and prompt enre, and
a sure preventive of the sprnsd of the dis
ease. Price W.00 a Packa-e, containing suf
ficient to cure twenty hogs. Have your bogs
at a cost of only ten cents a head.
A. J. CARVER A CO.,
eept7-ly. JfaslivUle, lean.
We also bave a Livery Stable eonneeted
with tho house, with new aud elegant turn-
ouis, wtucn win beiurulsbed promptly by
flnnlrlnu Inlhn Prn.ii-iulnn. I .... I I ,s
E. KUHN. T. W. TURPIN
We Lave iu stot k a first-class assort
Also Harness from
12.00 to 100,00
Onr work is first-class; tbe prices lower
than the same kind of work ean lie bought
north of Columbia. KUHN 4 TURPIN.
ITev York, Paris
CAN HE FOUND AT- -
Draper and Tailor,
No. 37 North Cherry St.,
Hotel and Rsstauraut
(Newly Refitted In Flrst-Claas Style.)
Onen day and ntaht. ot iV'ashvIIle and
Chattunooica aud St. Louis Railroad lepot, exis-sure of those tiauilui'-ul Planrw, wblult
inNii.iii, iriiiJ. rk rrr nil uuijii u 1IJ 1 1 III p- I i.'tr luu (ibiiir 1.1 h'-n ., mKem.
ply ol Fresh Oysters. 'aasenuers will be This country Is -iva eanvassed bv .Ir......
called ly or night in time for tbe depart- I n-.ets, who try lo bsim oil tbeso Kixsl-lnr-
Wholcsale and Retail Agency
For tho world-renowned i'lauu.i of
Toaelher wilh the Nsiripn's favorites, llnron
V Kerr, llaenu . itaveii, Ii'hiii.s Pros.. J.
C. Fischer, and the "Alt del I'lai.ii, (Ariou
Plain) Co..) at firlres fiimi $17.1.11 tiiwnrds.
iriii lor 'hurdles, IxmIk-s and Parlor,
Iruin Hie relbiated ninkers, Mmmhi V Ham
III), llurilelt, .New Ijuulxnd Oman Co. ami
O. A. Prince A Co.. nil having llrst-elass
M'dals and iiidorseiin nt of ulo .Musical
Protesslo!i and uliie In t:enetal. l'rle-s
from S "."'I U, i Vkmhi. Cutripetilloii hi vemi.
In. i (nut bouus, liistruiiii-uUi met with prices
and lei ins lo suit the titiins.
Sheet n nsc lor lh milMon, nt oue to
ten cents per pat;e-!st-cia- aulhnis.
Ijngost ai-Kjilim iil ol Ilalian anil oilier
Ktiiuits, und Small Musieal I nsti umentK.
ui.MeiTi iiiscouuis to St hoois, the Profes
sion and Ifo'.k Sioics,
Correspondenee s.ilieilei). l'alalo(ues
Bent, on itpplicrtllon. M ule mailed tier.
'l'lie l'ri-prK lor respect fully announce
that lie Iihh taken tlie mr'-nry lor the i-mIh of
I.lu'hteA ICrusI I'isiio, i.Sik cessois to Liable,
Newton V llradburv.) 'J be loliowlu ex
plains their iKnntion:
MAblsoN, l.M, Dec. 27, 1878,
7l the Iklilor Mtnic Tnttlr Jt'en'm; .Y.
Will 3' on plea.-e s.-nd me those bark num
bers of your Review. wMc.ti contains tbw
lire oi nu Limns. .ieais reaiiy Uxin ari lvni iiouiiu nisi i umrun iisiu me unsuspectniic
o! every train. The Ilr is fin nlshed wll h public, aud fur nets especially, us a rear
the II nest Wines, Liquors and Clears. Po- khuuIiio so aud-s., s innke, Irniiduleiiliy
liteclerks and servanis are In attendance profiiiciim Ibe old Keniime makers' price
at al hours. Indies' nrivate dlnlnir room i iisis, aud asking In. in lour to e.l.i i....'.
just handsomely refitted.
nctu-om. tiutii.ur Kvm frop 'r.
Mrs. S. .1. Little,
No. 27 North Summer Street,
NASHVILLE, : : TENN.
dred dollars lor these tNig-.is Instruments.
.in w en. ..ii- m inane aware ol It and
these scamp arrested, tlie better. One of
my j'ounn irlends paid Wi.m lor a l.luhle
Co.'s not woitb over kii'm.im, and I bear
the l!rad:nrv sj,j, the s:.u,e ir I10t wrw.
1 lease publish tnls in your able Journal
and save some ol tbnso wln&r a.iu..,t t .
(swindled. Itespect felly,
J. Mi-. hit 1.1. i. Jai.tsox.
(The I.U'hte .. Co. Js a Irnml-UKln
Kmst make the only genuine l.lxtitu P.
""-. n-nmniiiHii i .1 an omy 1'iarios; many
ol them ere n.ade by lUle, aardmau and
olbern. to. Al. T. K.)
Board 16 per week; 85 cents per day and Teun.
Other Correspondence can be shown e-r.
posing bnguftiianot. with otber Caleb nsnins,
by applying to Ui Uuloh Street, Nashville.
J. A, UcCLtUL.