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KiutkiujyW. A.Smitji.M. D.,rir. IX
YS3 Al'E 1T0.
.My dear little children,
think inriy ;mw,
That Jim have burned early
Tlio way to s-iy Yes.
N'nw, that is a good word.
Kt'pt utrlc'ly for use,
Kut bail as It ran be
To 111? around loose!
All aorta of disasters
Ik-hlnd it will press,
So hi; careful, my little oues,
llow you say Yea !
And there'.- another word
That you can spell,
I'll dure cay, bat may bo
t'aa't use very well.
It will keep you from debt.
And keep yon from drink;
Aud will help yen to stand
When you're ready to sink.
My lid, have It roady
Wherever you uo,
And lu time of need, speak it
Out manfully, SO !
The Moirot-rt-gi.-iUr liii'ior law has
been emu-ted in Louisiana.
IjOwiI-option nrevailiii"; in Blacksbur
Va., the topers sol.tr-e themselves with
Noik of the C'oI;mi!ri;i temiicraiH e
men went to the hist meeting of Neho
temple, for a vo:'Ier!
Kiht hii'ulre.l persons lately signed
the Murphy p'r.lr in 1'r.inUlin, .-mil
the enthusiasm has extended to l'tl
laski. For a Ionvj time there have heen
noreioo'l Ti-mii'ur lodges in Mau
ry than in any other eonnty in Teii
nessv. A niasfri" ai i.-sil Jiis drunken ser
vant to put up his r.ioisi'y for a rainy
day. I h.i lw weeks his master in-
1 1 1 i 1 lioxv nunii 1m- hail saved.
"Faith none a I all. It rained yester
day and it all wen I."
Shakespeare - ho is the Adam
of literature, in (Ii.t he.ave to every
thinic (li-it p i. .! I.. I"i.n- l.iin the per
fect name and ti.'Ie w iiieii f it-elf ful
ly and litiy i-e .-! in feature, fae
ulty and limit ii m - makes 'a-io,:ips-lrojiHi.-iiiLr
"the iiivi-iMe .spirit of
w ine," say -"II" (hat Hint hast no
other name we will call thee devil!"
And, as u-ii-.l, lie v.as ri.uhl. There
is a strange Mi; i nfMihtile irony in the
very name whnli jihii nive to the in
toxical eleise lit. We e.ill it spirit,
as thouirii it w ere a kind ofsiihtile,
immaterial e-sniee, and not a physic
al siilishtm e that may he handled, and
measured, and sold h; hind a counter.
And indent it is a ".spirit," striding
tip and down the wo-. ld in n rpetual
working of mischief, in every State,
in every eonnty, in every neighbor
hood, and it miiht nhiii.'ri le said in
every family; the cause of almost all
the poverty, and almo.-t all the crime,
mid almost all the ignorance which
disgraet and allliet the inhabitants,
There was an entertainment at Wa
co a few nights n.t;o- an extraordinary
feature of v hieh was a whisky barrel
formerly tried by a court and jury of
little girls. The testimony taken was
to the elliet: "You murdered my
father," "you made me a penniless
orphan," "yo.i sent my brother to tin
penitentiary,' "you ruMi.-d our family
of their home," etc. The barrel was
found guilty on the following fifteen
counts: I, making men drunk; 'J,
initKing men slaves; .;, ruming men s
bodies; -1, making int-n poor; .", roli-
bing helpless women and ehildreii; H
making men steal; 7, making men lie
JS, making men murder; !, makin
men insane; lit, making men commit
Miicidc; 11, sowing discord in fanii
lies; 1J, taxing the good tor the crimes
of the bad; !, making ( Jod's lest erea'
lures the wor.-t; 1 I, destroyed religion
b", ruins men here aud hereafter.
Jt.ntxfujt l' ' jmui.
Ji;. . .. .'-'urn, Dear i;ro. jn
the (.'au-e: I will give you a brief re
port of cur lodge, known as Silver
t'reck lodge, .'o. tilT, w hich meets ul
timately, one wci k at llcthel church
aud the next at Ku'.crpiise. The elec
tion of ollin rs took place some W eeks
since, anil your humble servant in
stalled them la.-t Saturday night. Mr.
John W. Colh-rn, W. ( ', Tr; .las,
niakeiy, r. w. r. t.; mi-s s:.iii.
J'.lakely, W. V. T.; .1. Morton, W.
S.; and others in their proper oilicers.
This lod-re i- in a most healthy,
working order, numbers I In members,
and very interi sling uiei tings are
held. Tin re aie -e i ra I reading ela:w-
cs tlial entertain the lodge at each
meeting v. iih selections from the In-st
authors. I.i i nil. i- are so!i itt ).
AN i:ii; m i ie i:o.vrif.
Write the iiist letter of the tir.-t line
w ilh the second of the second line and
that with the third etc, ami lind the
answer to tie- follow ing pu..le.
Whnt key mil,,, ks the iloiir ol wee,
Where discocl and wranule ebb iinU llow
Aiutd the lliioi s el huniaii ll.'r,
And wild I ii th t i l k of hater Mii!e?
Think ye then my i ule well,
Foi every wretch ia doom will m1,
This key opens tbe a0er of U l-.I.b.
J. W. liKI.MHK.
Mt. I'lenmt, Miij :nh.
A 7h:eX7 Ia:x:cj.
An Annapoli-i Md. i di. patch, of the
l.-t hist, says thai a D.i.-haway tem
perance and whisky burning occurred
there that evening. As the re-lilt of
the labors ot Col. A. .1. Howcii, hun
dreds had Hgncd the J ledge, among
them being several saloon keepers.
One keeper gave his entire stock to
the Dashav. a; s, ned, a procession of
over one thousand person being form
til, the liquor was carried to the pub
lic market place and there burned
amid the great et enthusiasm. Spteeh--s
were made and many new nanu s
were added to th'' pledge.
WEICEZ7 IID IT.
Whit Gave Two TLcusaul Louldanlans
an Opportunity to see a hng-
Am rru, La.7 May 10. Isaiah
Kvnns, eol., aged 23 years, whh liang
exl here to-day for the murder of Kd
ward IJowen, aged 1H years, ou July
'1 , 1 877. Over ")00 itersous M'ltness
el the hanging. After prayer by a
colored preacher, the noose was ad
justed, and at noon the drop fell, the
fall breaking the coudcnined man's
neck. Evans confessed the murder,
saying lie was intoxicated when he
fired the fatal shot. In an interview
last night Evans said: "I had a square
trial. Everything the witnesses said
was pretty much true. I felt at the
time that that I ought to have clone It,
and afterward I felt I did wrong. J
tell you it's a hard thing when a man
brings it on binisell, but liquor did
"Maine's Trpla Tragedy.
ArctusTA, May 12. The Bcribner
triple murder has been the theme of
conversation to-day, s;id hundreds
have visited the scene of the tragedy,
the one-year-old babe died at midnight,
making two victims. Ernest, aged 5
years, lingers in spasms, but M-ill die
before morning. Kcribner's embar
rassed condition, and the eflort made
to take care of him by legal process,
weighed upon his mind and had much
to do toward hastening the tearful re
sult. He was a terror to the neigh
borhood at times, and threatened to
burn the buildings of his neighbors,
who, through fear, did not complain
of him and have him arrested. His
mind was evidently shattered by
leading an intemperate life from
youth, though he had stopped drink
ing two years back.
Aa niihois Outrage.
Chicago. A party of young people
who called on a young married couple,
living twenty miles north of here, got
an order for a keg of lcer on Kemler,
a neighltoring saloon keeper, and, af
ter consuming the beer, demanded
more, which was refused. They then
attacked him with stones, beat his
wile and children, and literally tore
his house to pieces. Kemler was fa
tally injured. Warrants are out for
all the parties, and one of them has
licked ts Death.
TiiiiNTox. A man named Israel
Yansant was beaten and kicked this
morning aliottt 1 o'clock by John I
T.indscy with such violence that he
died, r.oth men had lieen drinking
freely and wers seen fighting on the
spot where Vansant was found dead at
fi o'clock this morning. IJndsey and
the man who saw the scuffle were ar
rested. A Drunkard's Tamp Expericsca.
John t'roii in, while Intoxicated,
walked overlxiard into lite Delaware
at I'ine street wharf at midnight Sat
urday. His lusty yells brought a
Third district policemen with a hoat
hiMtk, and with the latter he was res
cued from his chilling bath. He was
locked up, and yesterday morning
paid his line for drunkenness and was
Smknandoah. This afternoon
alout four o'clock, in a drunken
quarrel, John Swadden stabbed John
Holen in the back with a dirk knife
The wounded man is not expected to
The "weather probabilities" have
become reduced to a regnl rr science
nowadays, and ftorms can le foretold
with great accuracy, it is itie custom
now, v hen the word goes forth from
headquarters that a irreat storm is
coming, to put up danger signals in
the harltoix, that vessels may be
warned and not put out until it has
passed. Wise captains take heed tit
these signals, and choose the slight
inconvenience of delay rather than
the risk of losing their vessels and
nerhans their lives.
On the 1Mb of Soptemlter, a severe
storm was indicated, and the danger
signals were ordered to lie put up on
the various harltors of our large
There were some who were already
to put out that felt vexed at this
"It was alisiird to think anyone
could foretell the weather." Ihey
"could not at lord to change their plans
for a notion." "If the storm did
come it might not be hard. They had
weathered many a storm. At all
events, they were willing to risk it,
and they would."
So a liumtier of vessels nut out un
der 1 he very shadow of signals. One
keid the other in counteiiaee. After
eighteen hours, the storm swept down
upon them a bitter, merciless storm,
that tossed the vessel like a chip on
the waves. Crash went masts and
rigging, and many of the ioorj sailors
went down to a watery Kfadc: itie
precious cargoes were lost, and the
ships never came uacii lo port any
Oh! what folly to disregard the
warnings so plainly given! you
Hut it was in t so great fool hardi
ness ;is for vmi to drink a glass of ale.
and think that no harm will come of
it, despite the danger signals you see
on everv hand.
l'.very drunkard should lie a signal
to vmi. Every crime that stronu
drink occasions js a warning. Every
youth cut down In-fore his prime by
this evil haiui should preaeii von a
sermon of warning. What an array
of signals even the smallest town jos-
It is not safe to disregard them.
Moral ship-wreck is worse than to be
tos-ed on an icy plank on the billows
with no hope except from heaven.
l oil will see these signals displayed
whenever vou are in danger. Oiien
your minds eye to see them, and,
when seen, do not rusli on regardless
Iv into the danger, or vour fate will
be as fearful as the doom of those who
went down into the deep on that sad
Wormwood is to lie mixed With
l'rodigal Key's dinner of veal cutlets.
l'he ( omrrcKsional Kcpuhhcan cam
paign committee promise to invite the !
I'rodigtd, stiil stipjMwed to ka l)cmo- j
rut. lo i-ontnbute to tin cainimiirn
fund. Mr. Hayes will have to lie etdl
ed in ion to make bis donation larire
ciio igh for two. Ci'lw'i'i Tint'. 1
There Will be no Split.
Wo think we venture nothing in
saying that there will be no split in
the Demacratic party of Tennessee
over the debt question. The Democ
racy of Tennessee has been renowned
for the consistency of its constituent
parts from time immemorial, and we
do not lielieve that any question can
arise which will seriously disturb the
even tenor of its way. Hero and
there have lx?en and iierpetually will
lie cat-and-dog scufHes lietween local
jioliticians, but they are only the sur
face boils which indicate internal vig
or mere conduits for the passage of
surplus hue, wnii-n serve ixitli to so
lidify the party ai large and teach the
recalcitrant, in that bard school kept
by Mistress Experience, that in har
mony and co-operation alone is suc
cess Andrew Johnson was the only
man whose personal popularity was
great enough to make him dangerous
in revolt, and his boll was hardly for
midable. He, too, was the only one
who could do such a thing in the face
of the majority of the Tennessee peo
ple and not be ruined by the reaction.
As it was, he found that his revolt had
greatly weakened his influence and
lessened his availability as a candi
date. Only the great fight which he
afterward made could have carried
Where Mr. Johnson failed we hard
ly think any living politician or fac
tion in Tennessee will see sufllcient
glimmering of success to justify them
bolting. Those Mho favor "forcible
readjustment" on Col. Savage's plan
are certainly respectable in numbers
and their organs and leaders are by
no means of insignificant influence.
They will, therefore, go to the conven
tion prepared to make a bold fight for
the adoption of their men and meas
ures, but we feel certain that they will
also go prepared to yield gracefully if
they find another class of adjusters m
the ascendant. Col. Savage, their
leader, will not liolt. He has not so
faithfully followed the ebb and llow of
the Democracy's fortunes for so many
years, to turn upon his party at this
day and smirch with political infideli
ty a record as proud and stainless as
any among the sons of Tennessee.
As he says, he is for paying the bond
holder M cents on the dollar to get
rid of him and would not feel hurt if
he should get nothing. Such are his
own views, and we doubt not that he
can, and does, honestly justify them
in his own heart, but we know enough
of the man to say, we think, that,
while he will rejoice to see his own
ideas adopted by the party, he will, if
the party says to pay 40 or oO cents,
also say pay such sum and there drop
the matter forever. We can not be
lieve that he inspires any threats of
Imlting; his published Kiteeches cer
tainly do not sanction them, while his
own oft-tried loyalty to his party
frowns upon them. Their well-spring
is to be found in the Machiavilliau
sneers ami shrugs of the Knoxville
Chronicle and worth nothing in esti
mating the situation.
The si-hool statistics of South Caro
lina ought lo Ik-read by the rampant
Northern Kadieals. These statistics
show J",4H w hite and 5.,iV!2 colored
children attended the public schools
of the Palmetto State last year; that
is, there are !t,l JS more colored chil
dien enjoying the advantages of the
public schiiols in South Carolina than
there are white children. Of the
teachers, l,i.'5are white, and 91!) are
We will sell commencing
An immense line of
Ever before had in
THEsi: t;KH)s must in-: sold ou r
xt door to Mays & Dodsou's
Bmthmi "Ernie IPafaicc
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3 I 2 I
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OUll FIItST ANNUAL SALE
Trottinij and Saddle Horses, Short
Horn Cattle, Shropshiredown
and Merino Sheep,
Will he held in tlie town of Columbia,
On Tuesday, May 28th.
T7XCrivSION TICKKTS from all points
I between Nashvillo anil lm-atur. bale
lit lirown, (iilwnn & Jnhnwn lakes 1'Iaco Bl
t, well's station next nay.
maj 17-Jl. WXL.L & V. 1'Ol.IC,
Good News J
4 I.I. perfOMs tronlilfil with diKea'srs of tlie
Xx. 1,MES, i iironi er cupm, i-hii niiiain 1111
mciliatu relii l by usitiu I'r. lnncii'x t'oiinh
It nevt-r fulls to n-lu-vo .Sire'l'liruat, Cumuli,
I -nl.lK. Asl hnia. Niuttiiisr of liloml, niut all
diseases of the Lungs. it!sn sure cure for
t rnun in Chililn it. No inotlii-r wciilil li
u-itlxini. n iKitllc. in l.cr lumie after Irvine il
nnrp. I'erfonH liavin cn' -h.s of torn ttnl-
in7 should bv sure to give 1 r. luinenirH
IViuah Hlsain i tria', a-s it nives imiitriltatc
i-rlitf in I he Hlt.l llth'tltr'-l it'UH-Ji lif tiHltml
tuin' Price 50 ceuls. For sale by l'jliow &
to-day and continuing until
CSoods damaged by the
COST OR PRICES !
Stable, South Main Street.
OUR 8FBH0 ATTRACTIONS!
A. ROSEHTHAL & BRO.
It will be to your interest to see us lie fore purchasing elsewhere. We are just
receiving an unusually large and elegant Spring Stock of
Dry-Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
And all other goods to lie found
Are most tastefully selected, and comprise the latest novelties
of the Season.
WHICH IS OUR SPECIALTY,
Is the largest and cheapest assortment
own Clothing, ami can therefore guarantee them, ana sell them
ot figures that will surprise the closest buyers.
AI5E FROM THE OI,l)F-ST AND MOST
And will give everyliody perfect satisfaction. We want you to come and
look through our Stock. It is vour duty to buy where you can buy cheapest.
We claim to be the CHEAPEST HOUSE IX COLU-MiUA, and want you to
come and see whether we are entitled
ail, and we will treat you courteously
East Side Public Square, :
P. S. Countiy Merchants will find
amineour goods. We guarantee them
FOIL STOCK OF STAPLE
ISipMIS FOE HRIES
i wmm 1 I pi h
"ITCTixios and Xjiqiaors.
IBS- "W- GpAMBIjS,
Cor. Main and Eight Sts.,
South Main Street,
The most m.rrb tarnontn furnished ou the
nih,TVrVour ab eTand in orders
DRY-GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOT111NH, STAPLE AND FAN-
CY GROCERIES, WHEAT,
CON, LARD, SUGAR, COFFEE, SALT,
.,.,r,thiiifT iisiinlK- krnt iii a
bank's Stan.lard Scalf-s, CORN, HAY, HOGS, CATTLE, ETC.,
and guarantor tlioir prict-s tola- as -liapHs lh-i lK-ain-st.
Junction: Mt. rioustuit and JI:uiii-hire pikes,
LIVEHY, SALE &
Nos. 5, 7, and! 9 East .Main St., Columbia.'iTennessee.
Will km alway on hnd HRST-('LASS tJ.Mild.l. AM HAh.NOS Uiih.sl.s, ill (i-
GI F.s, CA Ulil AOIV AN I) BA IWl'Cll ts. which we will hire at reasoual.le rates. Earj-e
ana cin moiioii rwi" w w " 1 i-incira . mi ,-, ' -r-.-,. ji
connection wilh thin stable there are two larxe snels for tlie accommodation of drlveist
of hiinntnil mnles. Uncle Tommy Douglass still holds t he reina of t he "()l,l) KKI.1A
HI.K HMNI Bl?," and alternates with this stable. All cilia left at either KUtble will re
ceive prompt attanlion Irorn I nele Jomniy.
Howard A Carpenter, or Billie M'Kire, their Agent, cm he I. Mill J at all 1 1 men at this Ma
hlo tOKiva tho lilgheat market price lor mules. Allien Itnrch, Clerk, cn he found A)
lils htahleat all hours during tii niiiiit. iicrL'l-;7-tr.
in a first-class establishment.
in Columbia. Wc manufacture our
HF.I.IAW.F. UOl'SKS IN AM EMC A,
to this claim or not. Come one, come
whether you purchase or not.
: COLUMBIA, TEN N.
it to their interest to call on us, s
Louisville or .Nashville prices.
MiO FANCY 6RQCERIES !
OFFERED TO MERCHANTS
& SeeL Stable
nhorU-st notice, and at Iho most reawnBno
left at the Uotelor Bt.ble will receive pmmpt
CORN, MEAL, FLOUR, RA-
first-Ma liotisf. A l-o wci -lis on Fair-
ZZZrZ-i-V. 71 L<
La Pierre House,
ATo. 37 Summer Street,
NASUV1LI.K, . : . TENNKEE.
ii so x'liit ;dav.
Neatuesa and cleanliness the
law at this house. aujl7-ly.
MRS. E. FLUMMER,
No. 32 North Summer Street,
VAS1LVILLE, : : TF.XX
Til 12 LATKIST
ITew York, Paris
CAN BE FOUND AT
Draper and Tailor,
No. 37 North Cherry et., - INAKHVIIXK
mm mmm mm aumui i m i
FEMALE INSTITUTE !
SEJPTEM HER THE J, JS77.
t'lroulJiru nl at course of kI u,l v, .mil li
or iK! ticuliii-s, will li" wnt un r r ! -: I i u
to Kkv.UKO. UH KK1T, K-i Nir,
I III V l.i-ly . ulil II. 111. i, '1 t II i).
TOBBIHE HTEB WHEEL
i UAltA NTEKD THE 11 EST.
Stout, Mills & Temple,
finiiitc(nrtr.s ft ml J'ri;i!' tori.
Alii, Klnur Hinl I'h-pi-r
ami lli-inT.i.1 Mill Kur
iiislHis. l.:iri;o iilns
t rated 'iilaloiie Kent
IreeoTi !i iiie:il inn In
Slonl, Mills A- 'lem-V-le,
l):iyln, eilii-i, nr
J, m CABLED
Fancy Goods Emporium,
, Perfumery and Toilet Articles,
KID GLOVES, FANS, ETC.,
lo", FOUTH 8TKEKT,
Bet. Jlarket aud Jeflerson, Louixriib: tiy
D. A. Craig. V. J. Struyhoru.
Grain and Produce Merchants
Haveoppned n larso W'are-lioiisu lit tlie
Union Depot. They hnvo ainplt; sl'inii;i
room, and solicit con.siKiinii iiiK. (inti is
proniplly ana SHtisiacioruy niieu, a nesn
supply of Family Cirocerlen alwaya on
hand, t the very lowest price. Co ne and
see us. oeuo-j.iu.
1 fi nllll nl.
UUI Ul 11 X X 1 1 Vi .
IIV a late act of Conurivs all mlilieis nf
the war ol IxiJ areen'.ii led lo a l insii.ii m
I fs.liil per nionlli, ami ail ilieir vv ; 1 1 1 k -,
without r uaid lo I lie Uitle it 1 Heir ;.! i -
ae or their loyally. All eljums nilm-t
liovern meiil for property taken iliiiin the
war, and where piulles nave lilil llnir
claims aud their ailiiruijs have lilt the
country or negli c!el their in'i ifsls, J will
alleud to Willi ilsspateh. ll-ninl iei, -i n
HioiiK and all kinds of claims. IVimhis
coiiinilin JciiI ing fIioiiM enefu.-i ht.-mip fi,
lusliie answer. Ollic! nnih r Herald ni,i
MhII, No. '22 North JUaiu Htreet, Coliliubia,
March iX'-77-ly. JOHN L. WIUSON.
J jtCOlllb & TO Wlfil',
At the Old Utaiut, Cunur &uulh Mum St.
atul Public &jtturc,
Carver & Horn's
HOG CHOLERA H.
..rt. ft i o n i t ,1 vtrt-imrt run' IlllH
a Kiire rireventlve ol the spread of the ill.
Iraxc. I'riee ..ii" a 1 aekaice, cini'Hlnini; hui
flclent lo cure twenty hoi. Save your iiogs
at a coat ol only ten cent a heHrt.
sept"-ly. K ab. villi-. Tt-uu.
STOCK OF DRUGS
VERY dealrable utock ol In us, .Me li
clneM and store nxture. Any nvrumi
wlnhing to o into the Urug bu.siut'S would
well to call upon lue.
April 20 l::s.-::in. Trusti e.
M'KINU H1EE, TENN.,
lVF$fIV' PCrlP f'SIV
Afc.iWA fcltJU ii'.niil"
Bi njKSloanol,old and excliaiiKf d. ir.
ilf ni anil cniiKiKumi-nln of lkxKi soliel-
til. ltiiinea houra Irom 'i lo 0 o'el'ick i". M.
.May M, lvs.
When you want a Stylish Spring
Suit for Dress or Business wear,
Boy's and Children's School
and Play Suits,
Elegant White Vests? Shirts for
Dress and Business, Summer
Under-wear, Nobby Neck
wear, Etc., to call on
CLiOTHIK 1EL ,
Opposite Maxwell House, - - Nashville, Tern?.
V. It. McFATJ.AJs I).
BST. M. rflcParland cS Co.,
MOULDINGS AND SHINGLES.
ALL KINDS OF DRESSED LUMBER
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Ofliee nml l'laiiing Mill Ni. SI North Culli-rc iiii'l N.-itli Hu-rry Street8
Nashvm.i.i-, Ti:nn. imvL'-ly
VAN S. LINDSLEY, M. D.,
Gives his cxcluivo attention to tho medical and surgical
treatment of tho diseases of tho
N. 0"i, ('tinier if Cliurcli :ml Siiiiinn-r Siii i Is, ( 'ji-si.-iirs, )
NASHVILLE, : : : : : TENNESEE.
No. 45 Union Street.
The iiiiilerfiu'iied liavlni: piirehaseil (he enl ii, stork , v.,niM4 iiisIi iinieiils aii'l K"0'1
ill ol I he li I KliS A K I' A 1 .1.1-)K V, would it sp el :uil.v iimi.tii-i- I let I he Is In I ly prepai
eil and ili'leriiimed to niaiiilai ii t he l'lpiilal inn ol I lie c!.i iiii .li in. n I as t lit- I IKS I' AKT
;. 1.1, 1'.llV in the Southern Stales. A 11 iniproveineMls ii pie'l'irnpliy aie proniplly
a.dop!ed, and all our work "u.iniutced to ki vu si I -stnet i, n.
v. i:. ,vinis i itoivi,
July in, IST7.-ly. u, e sm i, ci c. tili'm, liec'd.
W. E. DOBSOU,
Cliuivh Siii't-!, Cm iK-r Sniilli Clicrry
( iiUSTH v UTii & womioi:,
v'i!ii llpnson & Ilrown,
No. ."J North College St., - NASIIVll.I.lO
.Manufii' turer aud Mealtr In
I 'it t lire I-'l'iiiiit.s,
Roquet ; i i I Ii;sii' Stands,
Card-:, Ta.-sel. and Nails,
Chair ( 'ain and
I'ieliires of nil Rinds,
NO. 38 UNION STREET,
Retweeu College and Cherry,
NASHVILLE, - - TENN.
EY" liOnkiiiiM; lasses put in old
frames. Old 1'ietures and Frames Re
H. V. BASSETT,
AM) Ji ;-( 'A i:a m s. loo x,
NO. M I NK I.N HTKKIr,
mm w music
Wholesale and Retail Agency
For Hie world-rouowucd I'lauoD of
STEIN V AY,
e;el In r xvil li I he Nut Ion 'a fa voritea, Hhcom
lV h'el r. llaeoll v IvJlVen, lliiitif-H liros.. J. A
I '. ! ii-clicr, and the, "Moilel I'liinii, l A i Ion
t'liiim i 'ci.,i hi priei-a from lilT.'i.iii) upwanls.
riHiiM for Churches, lnli:ei and rai inr,
Iriiin Uie eeltiiiileil iiiiikeiH, Mhhou .it I lo rtt
tin, llmdell. New Knl.ind iiiuiin Co., ami
'i. A.l lliiee iV i ., nil liming ill si-i iass
MrdiiiK and iin!iirseiit'iit of the JVIiikiiui
I'lolessliiii and public In general. 1'ilcen
li,'iii i in. 'hi to c iKi.i. Compel il ion in m inl
ine (not I.ium iiistriimeiilM met with prices
and terms to suit the tlinen.
Slieet MiihIc lor the millioii, at one lo
ten eentH per page Illsl-elHss aillliors.
I -arrest Hssortinent of Italian unit other
Hti lmss, and Small MiirIchI Insti lino nt.s.
P;a.slern iIismiiiiiI lo ISchooJ, the 1'iolea
sion and Honk Sloieu.
Coriespoinh-liee solleiteil. Catalogues
sent on apjillcallon. M lisle mailed ree.
tt-'l he l'ropriilor respi el fully an noil nor
that he has taken the agency lor the aie ol
l,!hteiS: Krnst Piano, (riiiciKMora to l.uhle,
Newlon A. Ilrartbnry.) Xbe lollowlny ex
plain! their j.otiitlon:
JIAWfioS, iMi, Uec. 27, 1S7K.
To the Kdilnr Mush; Trwlr. JUiirv; y, '..
Will J on please send me tho:-c buck niiin-
Ihjin d your Review, which contains the
exposure "I tlmse fraudulent i'luiion, which
U-ar the name of ninal old makers,
i'hls country 1m beini; canvassed by ilniin
nieis, who tiy to balm oil these Kixxl-for-not
hi n inst i ii men Is u pi ni t he uii.siispeel inu
pill, ic, and f.H'iiieis eseeially, as a real.
nemiiiie hi-hi, nsi, s iiihk,-, irauiiuieniiy
rrodiiciiii: th" "Id irenuiiie maKers- price
i s'.s, and askinij from lour lo eight hun-
ilied dollars lor these Imijjus llislrmiieii Ik.
Now the public Is made aware of it, and
tin-he n- uni's arrested, tne better. Hue o
in v youmc Irieiuls paid MVi.ki lor a l,it;lite
,v Co. k not. win 1 n over 5,ni.mi, huh i .lo ur
the J'.niiKiiiry is jii"t tlie same ir not woise.
I'lease iiiiblinh tins ill your able Journal.
sKve sonic il those who ore about to ne
svi iniKed. Ri spi ctfully.
J. .M.i:i:r.i.i. Jai.tson.
iTiie I.lirhlC A Co. is n Iraud I.lKhte A
I'nist iiiaku the only Pennine l.Khle I'l
nnoK. i: ware of all Hrmlhury 1'ianos; many
or I hem are made by Hale, liurdmaii and
olhi rM.-Ki. AI- T. K.)
(il her Corrpondence can be shown ex
iioslng irnftM iH'iiio. with otlu'roalch names,
l,y anpl li'K lo I'uloll Islicel, uslivlile,
J. a. nri.i HF..
AND IiKAl.liUS l.N-
i-;r V DIM, I) Y o U
llMviiu; an liiini, us, slm k, en, 1 la-lnu le
f irons el redoeiii :i , w ntlei tr. nl III- I !' -'1
11 INS In all h p'i; : mi ills. In lilack iihIi
mere, .Mj.aii-a, Manuel and Hsslmern
Stuck S"s'i:il l,:ntii lis lire nil lid. Avail
you ij! vi stii litis ni'piiiliinlly ly giving u
an t al ly e.iil.
L-FRANKLAND & GO.
NO. I I IMU.N SI KKi r,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
T. K. H llisteml.
It. i. V liiMlead,
Ii, aler.t in i itsliionahlo
Boots, S3ioc:;, Trunks, Valisoa
rml.rell.is, Tr.ivehii Ra4, Ac,
No. 7. N. Chi iry si.,o.i(sile Max well Ilonno
A. It ClirKI.A.Xll.XiiliMnun. JulyO-ly
JO 1 I KTlli;!l KX I'M-J 1 OH
WW I U
Willi those who pii fer lis beliiK Mm former
color, r . W. Lie. iiimle's, Nasnvillo Teuu.,
does nol film li,,. hmr; ilis,enseH Willi tho
necessity lor ciiiiiiipnoiiiK by ki-cplnif ,n
hair and se.-ilp nice iiiiii clean, which will
nave)i, ii nioie mini y lh.ui llie I teslora 1 1 v n
coslsyou;ls an ,insile dressing; nicely
pel lllllle.l; sp, i,hl H sloli s uniy hair tolls
loriucr color; ch uii-es i In-In a,! of all dan
ilrull, llelilii;;, biniior, i te.; piomotea K'owttt
ol the hair; prevents it miuiy oir, aud ren-
h is II soft, tli.s lilel more beiillllllll than
ever, tsiddalthe very leasonublu pile ol
50 Cents Per Bottle.
The bullies hold us iniii-h as the dollar InU
I les ol ol Her s mils, miiiI I lie il illly Is i;imr
auteed cipiiil in ml respeeU lo ally in us.-,
as milium; bi.l sti n lly ili st-clasa ai liclcM en.
li r its com osit ,on. ,ne il a trial, and If it
lalis lo sal isl you, be sun to return It and
Ketyoiir money. Uru Ktore, norlh-wet
corner public siiire, l.ibenil illKount to
dealera. For hiilo In Columbia by Nat.
Hotel and R33tauraat
(Newly Itetitli ! lu I-iist-i l.-inn Hiyle.)
upend, iy Hinl iillii, ni .sasbvllle and
( h.il l .i ;i, ;:; iiinl ' I. I. oiii.. Itiulroad Ix pot,
Nash v i lie, en n. K ei ps on bund a lull su -ply
ol Fn-sb livsl. is. I'aHseneiH will bo
rili l il'iy nr iiiiimI hi time lor the depart
ure ol ail inotis. M eut s reiely uw,ii nriival
ol every Irani. '1 lie l!:ir Is lin nished Willi
lliellnest, Willi s, l,lllnrH Hinl l IHIK. I'o
llleeh rUx iiii.I m'Iviiiiik me lu altemlancn
hIhII bonis. I,:nliis' ptlvale dining room
just bandsoiiiely retlHs.
oi.i-biii. KolsKRTKVKtf I'roji 'r.
Mrs. S. J. l.iltle,
No. 'il Ninth Siiiiiinei Htreet,
XAS1I VJLLI1, : : TEXX.
Hoard 8'i per we L; bj centH per day and
unjiu. Ill( ly.
Porter. Bryan &Alfordj
Wliolesule Jieoler In
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
l'rojn letors of the Celebrated
"PORTEIl RIFLE" CIGAR.
Xiixhvili'c, ; ; ; Tinnexarr.
J uue iliid-77-ly.
0l ( lilirch street,
NASHVILLE, : : TENN,
Auk. 17.- ly