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' Ilk loM) ij HMi .
Ki .!TKI bv V. A. SM ITH,M. I)., 'H, I).
l.OVB M IUIW1HS.
Oh! l't masrurl your j.-otty Cowers,
You precloua li:ie 'e!l,
"iou've picked them h,1 for sick mama,
J hope they'll mak her wei!.
We'll put them all alsuit !i rr room,
to ni ike it sweet ami fu-ilit.
And pa perhaps will i I k them to",
And stay at home at nltil;
For dear puna wis always kin.l
ns ami to mama,
Tiil he bc.'.an t; stay so late
At Mr. JVines's b r.
Thai's how ii keps the pnoplo tiiero,
HIMi n.usc, (l.iwers and Itsbt,
Until they ill i :i ic. l. 1 th!ii lorget
How late it is at uiiU.
Now j r.u sha'l sins, '"t I will coax,
AuJ dear mama will piny;
A'i 1 c niir. iiut-.V, finwt is, and pr tyer
VVi.l s'.'.r Ij t.i -i-t- ul:.i -- uj .
the family plzese.
Maury I.o kre of bod Tcinnlar has
only lost two of ils members by death,
bince its orjr.miz-itiou.
There were lu-riiiii-c pictures in
I.,evi.-,bur-' and -n t r-v!-, last Sat
urday. The U r i i i ran. c jit-fpk' of ( 'ohnnbia,
kept last l'liur-day, a wi'ikin, us a
day of thanksgiving.
Judge Pillow iiih a m at address
upon retiring from I he oi'h-e of Wor
thy 'hicf Templar.
There lias h.-en 1 1 n i-! t m : t j !ai ; 1 1 in
Jat is of late of adulter it' 1 vino, that
the orders haw been i-iven lo t lie ctp
tains of the d'.i'eicnt police districts, to
visit tin- chii-f wine stores and seize
samples for analysis.
At the Sa'i'iiiiix of it di-'iJlery iu Ual
tim re recently m-vit.i1 p.l:.'tors. le
caine int ixii-atc I !V':u Ihe i'nnt.s l
the liquor. It was the cheapest druuk
they have ha 1 for i.i..:.,v yeas.
The London Tin" .- tea that a
ynuu," lady recently ilied at Asehott
at tin: tend'.' a;re "1' i hundred and
and four years, and tbid for the last
forty yea is f her life she had U-cn in
the bi!it of drinking jjiii to cm-css,
hpi-iniin us l.ili i.s .-i li.'.r..iiid dol
lars a year for her '-s. b.i.ipps." Only
for this lud li.ihd she liiii.t not have
lr.-i u . ill o.i i t ,, ind.iy of le I
yoOili. .-ii- e.id ii. .11 .ill oi hall for
t-evfral ye.ii.-, ami for wnlof narent
al rs;r.unt 'rnia'!y lV-ii into this vi
-Mr. .hums ( iuuninj.'-,
k in t'lis j.la'-e at In
died at his tin-r
o'clock last nint. The eaL!-e of his
death was intenijieraiii-e.
lie moved hi.- lin !:oj in this l:ice
last l-'ail, sii.-e which time he- h.i.-I.een
doins work in his line "in and I'erry
countiis. i.i.i'vlii; 'eiifievilie his licad
quart'Ts. lie wa-j a fine workman,
and seeine I to he, when at J.iniseli, a
kiild-heat I' d .-nil eiever luail.
I nl'oi (iine.teiy, lie wa- addiet'-d to
the hilt n:; v -.i!.' i:-e vhikey, and
not unli t i jiK :i ! ! y v.oi.id :.ct on a spree
wljieh won! 1 i e s f'.r d.iy.- and ven
M irks, duiio h: 1; :l;ne he was ear
ed tor hy the phy.-ii iaiis mid various
inenihers of ;ir eomunniity. I!:s ti
lial siJi'ee eoinine.'ii - 1 roini 1 hinn' over
two week a lie '.wis nneonseious harlie Uoss walk.xl slowly away
and speech 1 ess 1 M il l.e died.
lie is a native of Ireland. lie
leaves a wife, whojiws Jn nry ( '.,
N ahont t hree eiii! Ir u hy his first
wife, and was ai;i; hi'ty years of
In the ahst n-e of l.iiiiiiy and relca
tives, as soon a-- ids eondi: ion w as sis
eertained, our voim::1 ! ie:i promptly
voinntii red tin ir sel i. e-. ;nn i Waited
on him tinii! he dit d, an i lliey ilres-
cd the h'xly m a nice, new suit of
t-lothes, and siiowid hi,n every other
remark of kindno.
W e siippo.e iniei rn.ent wi!i take
jlaee tins I'vciiiiii; at ii.e eimeti-v m
this place. Vmm r.
"Have a cigar, Frank?" said Char
lie Koss reaching out two ftltby-lookiug
rolls of tobacco.
"Thank you, Charlie, I never
smoke," was the quiet answer.
"Never .smoke, and two years elder
than I am! Strange, Frank!" and
Charlie looked surprised.
"Not very strange, Charlie; but I
think upon your part it is strange, for
1 cannot imagine how you can bear to
thnu-t that lilthy-Iooking thing into
your mouth. Why, the very smell
of burning tabacco make nie
"It is iKHjause you never learned to
smoke, Frank," replied Charlie. "It
made ine sick when I first began, but
it's capital fun now, and I really en
"What made you learn to Mnoke,
Charlie?" asked Frank, in a very ear
"Why, all the boys upon our si.:
smoke, and I would not le behind t..e
times, you know. Seems to me tiiui
you have a very line pious set up in
your part of the village. I'm glad I
don't live up there. I like to ce fel
lows so'-ial, and not afraid of a cigar
or a glass of Ur. 15ut I jyj.sh to
know why you don't learn to smoke,
and be a little more like the re:t of
"I am Ixiund by a pledge never to
smoke or drink; and if I were not 1
have no desire to meddle with tobac
co or beer."
"I'ray, have you a temperance soci
ety up your way, Frank? Pledges do
not often exist, only where such an
"So, there is no such society as you
mean, Charlie; but we have two or
three family societits, and these Lave
worked so well that we are soon to
have a Cold Water Temple organized.
Our society is comxsed of father,
mother, Willie, John and I. Mr. Lte
has a society, and so has Mr. Kay.
We do not have any signs and pass
words, but we have a pledge, which if
we keep sacred, will prevent us from
ever Weoming sots or drunkards."
"What made you go into such a
strange business, Frank?" enquired
Charlie, putting the cigars back in bis
"I will tell you, Charlie. We came
to the conclusion that sonse of our vil
lage boys were growing old too fast,
or, in other words, were Incoming sots
very young, and so we thought that
we must Uo something to save the
rest. We could think of noother plan
t;it to sign family pl-'dges, and they
have been kept so well by Mr. Hay's
ixys who, you know, were pretty
sA ilil fit lows before that we have
coneiuueu to work 'upon a little larger
scale; and then, when we succeed in
organizing our Temple, we shall have
a real, genuine temperance society.
The people upon our street are all
agreed in this matter, as they are get
ting very much alarmed at the eon-
du t of some of our boys. The Tem
ple will be organized next Tuesday
eveuing, and, if you do not wish to be
come a drunkard and everything else
that is bad, you bud better come Mid
"I did not knowtlmt people thought
we were such bad fellows, ujkiii our
street. I wonder if there is any da'i-gei-of
becoming drunkards bec..i v
drink eider and beer? I .shall h..
look into this matter at once."
" I hat is rsglit, C narne; an; li vou
do look, you will certainly see danger
ahead if you follow your present evil
practices. Turn right almut and sav
yourself whik- you can."
"Perhaps f will join your Tempt
Frank. I'll think it over." And
DON'T FORGET ! OUR SPRING ATTRACTIONS!
When you want a Stylish Spring
Suit for Dress or Business wear,
Boy's and Children's School
and Play Suits,
wear Etc., to call on
Opposite Maxwell House,
SO. 7 .SOUTH MAIN STP.F.IIT,
-IS NOW CONDUCTED BY-
A. ROSENTHAL & BRO.
It will be to your iuterest to see us before purchasing elsewhere. We are just
receiving au unusually large and elegant Spring Stock of
Dry-Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
And all other good, to be found in a first-class establishment.
Are most tastefully selected, and comprise the latest novelties
of the Season.
WHICH IS OUR SPECIALTY,
Is the largest and cheapest assortment in Columbia. We manufacture our
own Clothing, and can therefore guarantee them, and sell them
at figures that will surprise the closest buyers.
OUE BOOTS ar&& SHOES
AUK FROM THE OI-HKST AM) MOST HKI.IAni.B HOl'SES IX AMERICA,
And will give everybody perfect satisfaction. We want you to come and
look through our Stock. It is vour dutv to huv where you ran buy cheapest.
We claim to be the CHEAPEST IIOU.sE IN COLUMBIA, and want you to
come and see whether we are entitled to this claim or not. Come one, come
all, and we will treat you courteously whether you purchase or not.
East Side Public Square, : : COLUMBIA, TENN.
P. S. Countiy Merchants will find it to their interest to call on us, and ex
amine our goods. We guarantee them Louisville or Nashville prices.
(.Successors to Andrews, Barkley fc Co.,i
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED GENUINE
uxxcago ritts beparators,
AND HORSE POWERS.
Wnnrl' TTn rival fir) "Rpn.-npvs Rr. Mnwfvrca!
Deeres "Walkinf Cultivators! Meikle'3 Double Shovels'
iiiipiRTii fob - mam
i MM . l
La Pierre House,
2?b. 37 Summer Street, '
NASH v'ILLE, . ; . . TENNESSEE,
SI 00 XJBIt ;ia. V.
J6Sy Neatness and cleanliness the
law at this house. auj;17-ly.
MRS. E. FLUMEIER,
No. 32 North Summer Street,
TURBINE 1MB Wl1
GUARAKTEEIJ THE BE-5T.
Stout, Mills & Temple,
Manufacturers and Proprietors.
ALSO. Klonr and Pa
per Mill .M ihim-ry,
ami General Mill Fnr
liiKhers. IjtiTe lllus
Iratol catalotiue sent
trf!i opplu-filion to
Stout, Mills Teiu
jile, L'ayum, oiiio, or
i heir Agent,
a. mm s:t;Ks
1 1 1 li ii mn W
Jno. J. McG-avock,
And 17to?rtatc Dealer in.
IMPROVED FARM MACHINERY,
Fielcl Seeds, Iertilizeis, Etc.,
IS'os. 6J and (il .South Market direct,
NASHVILLE, : : : : TENNESSEE.
The largest and most complete stock of Airricullural lnij.h ments and Farm
M.-iehiiiery to lw found in the .South oi- West.
The l.-irirest stiv k of the most carefully selected Field Seed- of every kind, at
lowest prices for cash alone.
Fiilr stock of Pure Fertilizers constantly on hand, ;il low priees.
Consignments tin- Seeds and Country l'rodtico solieited. Splendid facilities
for Storage, anil charges very reasonahle.
(live us a trial iK-fore you purchase elsewhere. Satisfaction Kunrauteed.
CorrcsjKndenee solicited. mhv. l'i-77-(;m.
W. II. ircKARLANI).
W.M. II. DARK
W. Fi. McParland cS Co.,
MANL"FACTLKERS AND DKALKHS JN
Doors, Sash, Hlinds,
MOULDINGS AND SHINGLES.
ALL KINDS OF DRESSED LUMBER
COXSTA X TLY OX HA X I ).
Oflice and Tlaning Mill Xo. S4 Xorth College and l.I-J Xoiih Cherry Streets
Xapii villi., Ti:xx. novU-ly
VAN S. LINDSL'&Y, H. D.,
Gives liis exclusive attention to the medical and surgical
treatment of tho diseases of the
Eye, Hlzxir, Tlioat :xic3L ISTojejo,
Xo. 03, Corner of (.'hurch and Summer Streets, (l'p-slairs, )
NASHVILLE. : : : : : TENNESEE.
s Eiiipariiiiii, 1 1 1 Lj U V
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
KID GLOVES, FANS, ETC.,
m FOUTJI STREET.
Bet. Market and Jefferson, Lcvisri'lr, Ky
No. 45 Union Street. NASHVILLE, TENN
D. A. Crnlg.
V. J. isirayhorn.
A. F. Aydlotte.
run stock of mm m fahcy mmm
Imported and Domeslic
fc-.'" V intend selling everything in our line as low as pos-dhle.
ji: ire he fore purchasing."
"How I hope he will join our Tern
pie!" said the noble temperance loy
to himself, as he also turned away.
Some other time I will tell the grand
result that grew out of these family
pledges and Frank's earnest words to
Charlie I loss.
A slippery ( .'a!- her .-ay tliai in re
turning front "ii -:i:iia on the night of
the l'ith ins(., lu-n i! was supposed
meteoric siner mignt occur,
Xomid two nu n v !) had "struck
rich.-' They aem-n d loin witii:
"Say, friend, do y'r see'm d'y'y
seee'r shntin' star.'.-"
Tntte of Scspsct.
"Ycc, sliuti'i" -lar.-. StV c r m'ht
fur tr re.it in-loun-i-pliie i cr, y'r
know, l.i ink up i;i I; v "em. Hill
an' me been walchin' o:,! las' t'o
"l-'ines' di-'j'iay ! iiid e'ir--h:c
saw!'' said l.ih, en! h": . -; e .My, raiit;g
his drooping iie.-.d i:V of his breast,
and trying to el. ate id- eyes toward
the iu-a vi ns.
"1 iill an' nu-V I'in trying to count
't in, hut's ..in; o---i :- millions an'
niiiomes .'d'ein'. ' exclaimed Hill,
wl.ii.-c chin was again re-lining on his
"All g-in' in -t i'c;.Tii in one direc
tion ii.Mii'r ui.r'i a-t 'lo'r sou'wes' ze
bu! in' an' s!:iit ill's .i !1 v lime."
"ZiiUt:ii' all'r ti:!. !'' echoed Fall.
''Wt'Vfl'n II obsel in' III I.;-.' two
hours, ain't we 1 '.ill'."'
"I .a ' t v. n li ii.is, " and le- i'gan to
feel :ir ;;nd ilie t;.ii ;' ! is e..it for
sonieiliiiig. II;s -onip.tii!oit saw Ihe
niovi iiieiit, an.i iVi ling ill tin1 same
lIaee tirongiit out a bottle, which he
held up against the s'.cyton.ite its cou-
.luion, ti.cn :,. .k ;i t.-g l in!. I the eini-l .v of the Columbia Life In-
. . - , i r. i. .. i l .
Wiikukas, (iod in his inserutabl
wisdom removed by death, April 21st,
from our Ijodge-room to His Grand
Ijodge-rooni alKive, our beloved sister
I.ou Killick, therefore,
Ji'Kohtd, I, That we, the members
of IjHsting-Hdpe lodge, Xo. 4oi, I. O,
j. T., ilo hereby express our unfeigned
grief at this sore dispensation of Di
vine will, but bow with humble sub
mission to the will of Him who doeth
all things will.
2, That in the death of our sister,
Lasting-Hope lodge is liereft of one of
its brightest ami most useful memlnrs,
her relatives and friends suffered an ir
reparable !os; the community and so
ciety a bright ornament.
That we extend to the family our
heartfelt sympathies in this their sad
bereavement, and that wo will emu
late her worthy example.
I, That we drape the lodge-room in
and wear the usual badge of mourning
for twenty days, and that a ropy of
these resolutions be furnished the fam
ily of toe di ceased, also spread upon
the minutes of the lodge, and a copy
sent to ihe llKitAi.i for publication iu
the Temperance Department.
A. T. Vl si Al,,
.1. Si "KM i it Hii.l, M. D., j
Mi.-s Ann: .J amison, Com.
Miss Axxa Mt Kav, j
Miss Faxnii: 1 Ilxtkk. J
wuicidss in St. Louis.
St. Lor is. At S o'clock last even
ing the loily of a man was discovered
Hanging to a ocl-post m one oi tno
rooms of t he Star Hotel, corner ftth j
ami Market streets, this city. On ex-j
animation it was found that the bo :'
was that of Arthur Xoycs, a clerk .-
I' 1 ri 3 SSJ &
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO MERCHANTS
Cor. Main and Eight Sts.,
WE WILL SELL, COMMENCING ON
Au immense amount of Goods damaged by tho
ah. w v a.- . a ' -
Grain and Produce Merchants.
Have opened a large Waie-limisi? hI l!n-
Uninu Dtpot. Tiiey hsvc ainplw htorpje
room, ana noiioit c-oiisiurinn-Miis. iirdeis
pronipllv anrt xaiistactoriiy lillcil, A fresh
Hurply of Family Ciroccrius always o;
buuil, t tlie very lowest price. Uo ne aud
Hre U.S. (X-tJo-liilii.
The tind'iri'lcned fmvliiu iiireliaecl tli onliiv sfivU, wnrkliiK i usi rimii-ii r, in:.! .iod
will of tho (jll-'.KS A KT i 1 .1 .KKV, would iisi.'.-M.i Uv n n noun.-.. I In.t In- is ni!l orreHi -
ed mid ileiernilncii to maintain tho rvutal l.in or (in- cMablisliiin iit a-. ll: l ll'.sr Alii'
GALLt'.HY lu the Southern stales. AU tiTipioviin uls in pbolei'-ij.hy mo I'louipily
adopted, aud all our work guaiauteed to glvo srt isiai t ion.
v . i;. a u .i riciiiMi.
July 20, 1H77.-Iy. Sinxessoi- Lo C.n 1 C. ! rs, Pcx'd.
W. E. DOBSOU,
Church Street, Corner South Cherry
Gov'incnt Claim Aspcy.
By a late net of ('onicrf-sK all soldiei-s of
the war ol ISHI areeulill-d to a pension of
ss.'j per ii'.onin, ami ell Ihcir wiuowh.
without rf-card to the date of their marri
age or their loyalty. All claims fne.inst
uovcrnnieni. lor preperty taKeu ciuni-.i; the
war, nnd wheie parties have fil-d I heir
claims and thfjir atlorneys have left the
country or netsu oiea men- ir.ieie's. j win
attend to with dsspat-ch. Homilies, I'eu-
sionsand all kinds of claims. Fcisons
romiuuntcatiiig should enclose Haiup lo
insure answer, ninca under iieraai anu
Mail, o. j2 orlu Main Street, Columbia
March 22-77-ly. JOHN L. WIISOX.
C-jf W O I'll I) VOL
Havli-.i? nn lnuni'ii'.p t,tei tt, utid t 'nij iln.
sIi-oiihoI ii-diicnia It. we filler t;rrat Hla'I'e -Tl
)XS l'l all d.'p irt ineiil,. In Hiarli Caah
mcre, Alparea, t hoiiiel ami Caxhtinern
Stock i-pi-cii! l.nriiHliis are oil r. il. Avail
y ours.lves of thin oj p. .i t un!l j hy giving UK
an e.-o ly call.
b FRANK LAND & GO.
NO. 1!) KNlON STKF.I-T,
UipeV lIaBiffCrS,iUshvme, Tennessee.
Titcomb & Towler,
At the Old istaiul, Vomer SjtUh Jui't St.
aiul Public iyjiturc,
laivei? Sale & edL Stafele
South. Main Street,
AT THE OLD STAND,)
The mnt snnerh fnrnnntR furnished on the shortest notice, and at the mol reaouaoe
rates. Sneclal attention paid to bnar-ilns Mock ami storing vehicles. We run a Hue of
I Omnibuses from oar siable, and all ordei-a left, at the Hotel or Stable will receive prompt
THE SALE WILL HE
Ever before had in
DRY-GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CI-OT11ING, STAPLE AND FAN
CY GROCERIES, WHEAT, COIIN, MEAL, FLOUR, BA
CON, LARD, SUGAR, COFFEE, SALT,
And everything usually kept in a first -elass house. Also weighs on rair
bank's Standard Scales, CORN, WW, HOO'S, CATJ'J.K, Jr.lC,
and ptairaiitee their prices to le as cheap as the cheapest. -
Junction: Mt. 1'ieasaut and Hamjush ire pikes,
Carver & Horn's
A certain, ellective and prompt cwi ", and
a sure preventive of the spieml of the dis
ease. JJri t'JAA) a i'HcR4e. cont liiiliiir hu;-
fic'.ent to cure twenty hot;. Save your hoys
at a com oi ouiy len cenis a ii".-hi.
A.J. CAIiVEH CO.,
8ept7-ly. NasbviUe, Tenn.
With Benson A Brown,
No. .TO North College St., - NASHVILLE j
Jianiii'acturtrand Dealer lu
Boipiet and Mumc Stands,
Cards, Tassel. and X'ails,
Chair Cain and
Pictures of all Kinds,
NO. 38 "UNION STREET,
Between College and Cherry,
NASHVILLE, - - TENN.
T.E. WinMeiid. K.u. Winsnad,
MRS. M. J. BRYAKT,
Keeps constantly on hand all the latest.
Novell, tea of Ihe Ki'imon in Mlliinerv. I-'aiu-v
Uoods, Notions and Varieties, houuht. anil
Mld for cash, at prices never before heard
ol in cureity. Agent lor Undame li-morest 's
reliable patterns. stamping and pink-
lnu none to oraer.
April VI, IS7H.-1.V. M. .1. I.KYA.NT, A'f
IT. E. W1NSTEAD & CO..
j beuleislu Fasliionablo
I Eoots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises
Umbrellas, Traveling Bays, tV4'.,
No.T.N. Cbeny S!., opposite Max well lioune
NASH villi:, TLNN.
A. li VQITI.AXD.Hii'isiihiii. Julv(l-ly
FL IlTIli-ll i:xi.x- E Folt
... .., , ,, with those-w ho prcii r its li' inu Ihe former
S? LookiliK-C.l.'lsses llllt III M color. F. V.Ol. elihai..es. -Nasi, v.lh, 'I . .,.!.
frames. Old Pictures and Frames Be-I
paired. auK17-ly. I rj FC'"??. fl TtB f
does hot (riti.-i t'ie liiih; ilisp.'iisen with tlm
iieei ssii y lor cluiinpi oint! hy keeping Ihe
hair a nd sea p Hire a o l rl. an, which will
Kavevoii inane in. my iIji.ii Ihe hestoratlvo
cos's yon; li an exifiimte iIicssiiik; nicely
perfunieil; spre(ili n stoies i;ia I. air lo I'll
lormer co.oi ; rleaiees Ihe hea.l ol all dan
druff, Hclilim, huinor. eir .loniotos growth
of the hair; prevents Us fHlimu oil. and ien.
dei-a i soft, KlriHsy and more I e.iutilul than
ever. Sold at the very i raMiiuible pi Ice of
50 Cent? Per Bottle.
m . a - o -i e .- I
i'QrLer. ISrVall tXflllOrU. i niela.ltles holdas mu.-h kH.,. dollar la.t
. - i Lies
M'holescle Dealers lu
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
l'ropi ictors of the Celebrated
'PORTER RIFLE" CIGAR.
Naithriire, . ; Tennessee.
H. V. BASSETT,
A XJJ ICE- CREAM S. i L O OX,
NO. 10 UNION STItKET,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
les of oilier kin its, ami the uuulil v is liii.i
ariteeil eiiHl In ad respi :U to any lu use,
as not hmg hut strictly Himi-cIhss articles ru
ler it com position. Jl ve u a I rial, arid If It
lalla to Kutisly you, he hui. to return II. and
Keljour mouev. lrui; Stor., noilh-west
corner public square. Liberal illseouiit lo
dealers. For i-alo In Coiitiublii by Nut,
STAT E M E N T
Bank of ColumMa BOOT MAKEE, ; TEMI'LH OF MUSIC
April 31, IK7S.
Notes, Dills, Konds, etc., k'AiO,s--jiM';
I- uruit ure account, incliidiuti tafc. l.:.in()
Cash aud Bank balances, Il."i,7."m.h7
10 1 Church Street,
The T.v (
hi ni-i l !' I hat i ' ie
hy ilie Iv.h pi. n
ill r olii Ii"ni t
Used -r .-.. l sat islie-1
ik ; i irie .! i iv . r seen
i. i oi i i i i.d .-n Kikc-
st.-i. w, a cabin "li the hi!!,
lalice ;ih ie tht- two 1 ).
die top ef the taik. 1
Hut i rjiri.-, .
I.'r. Ii'Uner, i" Mi:uit.-.i:a. pre-scrils-s
a dra!nn "t" iiivtnre oi" elucho
na i I'eru vian l-.:ik' to ii.-str.iy . lie ap-j.t-tife
for aieoholie sijiniulants in con
tinued inebriates. Cai'e siiouid Ih' til
J.en, howev'ir. to pro- lire the Pennine
article. It ha-Ueli repeatidly tried
vi;h suecess. 1 lie Dm-tor .-ays whlie
it :iMcii.-es and uil.iiy exi n j v .-.i. s A married man np-town h;id blue
the craving oi the stem.-a -it lot alcohol, j i.m in his wile's wttiiijr-room
it d(K-s not destroy the .-ipj'etite for ; (., matt h her eyes, he .said. She re-
siiranee Company. lie had hum;
hhusilTby tyinr his cravat around
l is m ek and attaching; it to the bed
post, and had probably been dead
ahout twelve hours. He had been
drinking for several days, and was in
toxicated v, hen he came to the hotel
the nhrht previous. JK.-ceaed was
i.Uut thirty years of age, well ktiowu
'.ire, and has wealthy relatives in New
Henry Schwartz, sixty-two years
of aye, cuicided yt sterday by taklujr
arsenic m his winsKy. Jie was a
h.Mik-keeper in a sausage factory, and
formerly a letter currier in this city.
His mother lives; at Kerlin, and is said
lo h iuite wealthy. No cause is as.
sinned tor the deed.
THESE GOODS MUST HE SOLD OUT
REGARDLESS OF COST
A navigator's most
fdmit js a whisky stinivht.
turned the comi.linu'Ut by having red
glass put in berhushand's library' to
match his nose, she said. He didn't
seem t appreciate the compliment.
Have lien removed to "Williams' Block, next door to Mays L- Dod
ssoii's Stable, South Main Street.
RSCH & CO.,
-;'I' - w
LIVERY, SALE & FEED STABLE,
Eos. 5,' T, anC 9 East iMain St., Columbia, Tennessee.
5 !77 SK ..
Capital Stock !'iUm
I.esH amount unpaid, jn,nou J.'iii imn ii)
I ndivided prohtH, jl,ti.i,:j
Total amount of capital jiaid and
undived proljts, Inl.i.V.:40
Deposits, -J.M, -lj.'li
V. V. INGRAM, l'rcslcSetiU
C. r. CliCTL, Caabler.
J. W. H. Uldlev, J. L. Williams
S. W. Htzpatrlck, J J. Oraubeiry,
Y. B. Wllsou, C. l Cecil,
Vf. V. Ingram-
STOCK OF DRUGS
.yYSiLTfP.?'???1111'1' SADPLK ANU HARNKSs) HORHES, RUG
I GIhi, CAKKIAtih-S AND BAKOL'CHKS. whiyh we will biro at rewnal'le rates. Larte
aud commodious rooms for sioriu vehicles of all kinds, aud for boaiding boraes. In
j connection with this stable tliere are two iariceshedi lor tho aceom modatlon of drivers
rf horses and mules. Uriels Tommy IKtnlasa still lio'ds the re! us of th "OLD RKLIA
i IlLfcOMMIilS, and altern-t.es with this stable. All t ills left at either atablo will re
ceive prompt attention Horn I'nde lomnij-.
Howard Carpenter, oriJillie M.aire. tii.or A:jent, cm b." f uad at all times at this ata
ble to givetb nigbet market price lor tnulos. Albert Karab, Clerk, can be fouml ai
his BtahataU honr durlrg tbe Dight. Uec21-iMI
4 1-ui desirable stock of L-liiss Medi
clue aud Ktore fixtures. Any person
u IshlDK to 150 into the lirui; busiuets would
do well to cMl uwu iue.
JL L. JILNM.irv,
April iii Is'b.-ni. 'J rustee.
Ro-Opening of Biddings in
the Chancery Court.
Muiflfoid Smith, Adininihtrator, vs. Mary
A. Walkiuset al.
IN this cause, by order of the Chancellor,
at the pr Kent term of the Chancery
Court, ordering me to open the blddluic in
the above cause, 1 would give notice that
I will receive bids, at my oiliee' in
the town ol Columbia, until iue 1st Uay of
May, 1S7H, until 2 o'clock 1". m. The inini
muui bid ji.(t5:i. The boundarit-N lo said
land re iu !ly set out in the pleadlua, and
also In an vertlsemtnt, niHiie (,n 1 eceinher
HI, 1H77; t here is also a com plet map on liJe
in niv cilice that can be lurutKhed ony one
wishini; ut fee same. Said lerma Kaiiie an j
original eale. Soldon one and t-o years
time, notcn with interest and wouritv, etc.'
April l!'t CUul'LIt, t. & M .
New York, Paris
CAN BK FOUND AT
BLO WEIL'S, j
i WholfiSftlfi and Ifrtnil Aomiirv
: For the world-renowned I'lanoft of
; KNaBU, and
Draper and Tailor,
No. a" NortU C'lierry St.,
Hotel and Rs3tauvaut
(Newly Kefltted lu Fiisl-Class Siyle.)
J Tocether with th" NhMoii'i favorites, lneoii
' fc Kerr, Kaeou V Kaven. Hioik h I'.ros.. .) . ,it
i'. M.rlu r, mill Hie '-.M...I. I i'liiuo, ' Alloii
i 1'lano Co., a t pru es fioin (-17.1. ') u pivai ilw.
I rjim l'i- huii lies, lxl'-'ii and I'arlnr,
I froi'i Hie -. Il.rnti'd rnHkei, Mh.hi ,v. Ham
1 lin, liiiiilHit,. New Khirl.-iiiil (n iu Co., i.i.d
U. A.l'iii" " V o., an havTuK nYsi-eia-"
MiiImIs and Indoi s m nt ol ihe M.im.uI
1Yi..--mi.ii and public in L'eneial. I'il..
from i.jii.im to r ie..ini. Con. iietlt ion lu uriiii.
Ill Olot Ijdkus. Inatrillllelita jjitl with 1.1 ice.l
aud terms hi mit the timet..
! Ntoeel WiiMr lor the million, at olio to
' ten cents Ier pa;;e-llist-i-lass iiulhols.
,,. ,...1 unrest HNsmtieeiii , Iiaihin and ether
- NAMI1LCL i St' iiiys, atid Small .Viihical IhnIi unienls.
juuto-lj. I'dlaleril Olsrounls to Hehoois. the I'lohs-
Blon and Look stores.
Correspoiulenee S'lii it .l. Calaliii;u s
sent on appil.-ailon. M ii.-ic mailed Iree.
!"i'he Fioprittor respt rl lully announce s
that lie has taken the ai-m v lor the mle ef
LliSbleiV Lrn"-.l 1'iauu, isui:ivs'i.s In Liable,
NewUjn Jc llrailhury.) Ihe l..il.lij(i ex
plains their potation:
MAi'isoN, I.vh, Inc. lh7S.
Ti llf- Jidtt'ii- -Vi'-ie Tnul' ,r, i, n; x. V.-
Will on jil-:i' '.end me llioso lira U Mini.
iinombv and t.hdil. ul. v-ul.v.llo ,i i u:rs oi your uev ie.i . w iiicii i-ontaiUH I he
( 'l.8ttaioi.KR aud St, Louis Railroad J'epot, ! "Allure el thos - tiaMduleut I'lanos, whir;.
Nashville, J'eun. Kel-psou baud alull sup- ' '".T "'m "o'v'-T .Y. v """I- .
plyotFrwb Oysters. PuaiteiiBe will Im, i i 1" u Jt , V: -s--'l by ilium,
called day or niybt In time lor Ihe depart- j ""i"" " ' ' 1 .. ' ' , ," ts' X'""'--''-!-ureol
Hil tnttiiH. Meals ready upou ai rival ' ""I H1"'.'., . U,"'U 1 ""-"l" elm
i. The liar is lurnisbd with ) .'VV;.;" vv, L ,,,, ,. ,. , ',' . ,
ines, Li.oia aud t lull's. I'o- ? "fniTtm.' I.T L o ' "7""","r"t'''
,d aervaies are in aueudance f ' ' 1 L , . 1 1j V. A -"!",ulu' n'ake,,' pr,,.
Sirs. S. J. Little,
ol every train,
the finest WU
at all hours. Ladies' private ditilim room .7. '. "". "'"r '"ht him.
Just handsomely refi-t.d. ' " V ", , V" . . Tul'S """"'"
ocb6m. KOKKRT EVES Prop 'r. '.V-a, Jh, m,"i"m "'
. i u.se mhihj al lehlcfl, the belter. line of
I . ' - ii.tiiui paio 5f ii it r a I.lKbte
i .mimii nii r Ci. ,w. iu, h'.mi I hiar
ITSIS CJt JIllIV i 'oe. i.rau.ury is jiiMt IheMituelf not wi.ise.
i I.-.IIWI .iii.u..i iiimiii your HMe .l.inriial,
and nave Mime .! those whoaie about to ho
hwludled. lt'.(ii cttiiliy,
J. .M I i:i:t-.I, Jai.isi.n.
(The l.ivhte a- Co. In ii iru.i.i- I i -i ... .
, , Krnstnmiio the oniv v i i.me Lmhte I'i-
No.-.T North Summer Street, , allH. nt-w:ire of all 1 r.uihu.y Pi,u,,-many
. ,.t,. r r n . rrr-T "" " re "'n.le by Jlule, iJariimaii and
NASHVILLE, : : TLAX. others. Kn. m. t. v..)
Ol her Corror.nndcef.e run be siuiwii ir.
Board W per week; M ocnM per day an
nlbl, HUg.i ly.
I posing I'MuffiarxiA, with et l.i r cateii names,
b aplylnu lo W L'uioh Stieel, NaMivilie,
1 Tin n.
4. A. Met 1 I KE.