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Edited by V. A.Smitii.M. D-.Tji. D.
(Jetting low (jetting "high."
A in.in advertises in a New York
psiiier for a bar-keeier, "who must be
rci'onimciidcd y hw ri(or."
Eire is Haiti to Ik? a di.-sipatel ele
ment, because it goes out almost every
The band played "Little Brown
Jug" at the prohibitory ratification
meeting in Worcester.
Two horns will last an ox a lifetime,
but many a man wants tli-it many ev
ery morning lie fore breakfast.
The fool seeketh to piek a fly from a
mule's hind leg. The wise man let
teth out the job to the lowest bidder.
What is the difference lietween a
farmer ami a lnittle of whisky? One
husbands the corn, and the other
coi ns 1 1 1 husbands.
Theiiwd Templars' Lodge in Mi
Minnville is in a very flourishing con
dition. This i.s largely tlue to the en
ergy ofltev. H. A. .bines.
After a pleasant session in Minneap
olis, the Right Worthy Jruutl Jige
of !od Templars adjourned.
When your io lu't-book gets empty
and everyliody knows i(, you ran put
all your friends in it and it won't
"lnilg- out" worth a rent.
"Is the candidate for sheriff here?"
asked a stranger, as lie looked into an
Illinois bar-room. "Yes, why?" an
swered eighteen men, as they rose.
If you want to know whether your
grandmother was cross-eyed, or where
your great unrle stood in his arithme
tic class, just run for ollire, and you'll
know it all.
Brooklyn is a pious place. Even
the saloon kcejiers ipiote scripture.
One of them has for a sign: "Why
halt ye between two opinions?"
Two Rochester men rowed a Iioat
around in a circle for three hours un
der the idea that I hey were going down
the bay, and yet Rochester is a tem
The impulsive clerk who accidental
ly dciositcd a shovelful of snuw down
the back of the rural jiedestrian, was
in the drug store, Saturday evening,
negotiating for a lwittle of liniment.
A California temperance association
limits the beverages of its members to
wine, Iiecr and cider, except when la
boring under a sense of discouragement
and then whiskey will lie allowed."
Hcpworth Dixon has taken back
what he said against American wo
men, and now he has our permission
to go ahead and hang up his picture
in lagerds-cr saloons and music store.
Mr. l-'illemoiit, a French scientist,
declares that in literature and art
nothing great was ever produced by a
total abstainer. In this opinion Mr.
Fillemont will doubtless be sustained
by intelligent barkeeiers everywhere.
A minister a-ked a tipsy fellow,
leaning up against a fence, where he
expected to go hen he died. "If I
can't get along any licttcr than 1 do
now," said he, "1 shan't goanywhere.
I'll stay where 1 am."
Last year he was worth fUuo(oiH).
Then be liegan to drink whiskey and
wlt.er, and now he'sa pauper. Where
these ravages of seltzer are going to
cease the most prescient
of us cannot
"How's biis'me-.s now?"' inquired
one Nashville m t, hant of another,
ycsternay. "Dull, fearfully dull," was
(lie reply. "The fact is, noliody buys
aiivtbimr hist now but provisions and
whiskey the bare necessaries of life
as it were."
1 1 seems like a waste of time tosK'iitI
live years at West 1'oint for the pur
lmse of aeoniri-ig the title of lieiiteiw
ant, when a I my can le called "colo
ncl" lv siniiilv addrcssiiiiia few words
to any thirsty congregation in a bar
A retired sea captain, who had
made the tour of continental Europe
and the Holy Iaud, was asked how he
was impressed by his visit to "Jerusa
lem;" said he, "it is the meanest
place I ever visited! There is not one
drop of lienor in the whole town fit to
An inveterate toper, in a locality
where the ardent was under a ban,
put soi in- rock candy in a 1 Kittle,
lulil hmI the neck with camphor; and
then had the druggist till it with whis
key, the wife of the purchaser was
"troubled so much with the headache."
A weekly paper in Illinois descrilies
the editor of the other paper as "a
blear-eyed hitchingimst, a goat-facet I
gunny sack, a wart-ean d bunghole
for a cider barrel, and a plaster cast
for a poop deck on a canal boat."
There must have l-en a dearth of so
ciety news that Meek.
A Burlington man and bis wife vi
ted a soda fountain. I lesaid he would
take ''crusade" svnip in his. Much to
his horror bis wife said that she would
also try crusade.' But the druggist
knew his business, and the woman
winced under the tortures of hot gin
ger. Her husband was saved.
The temperance cause in Kentucky
has lieen somewhat set back by the
announcement that one of the few
water drinkers in that State has
discovered at the bottom of his well
the lxidy of a neighbor who disap
peared four years ago; and the majori
ty of the people have resolved to tick
to whiskey and let wells alone.
A couple of members of thedaikey
conference were passing down the ave
nue, when one of them trod on the
iiHiigesiinie poi uon oi a pear, aim as
his number elevens went up the rest
of his body w:is correspondingly low
ered. "Ki-yah, hrtlddcr Jones, is you
fallen from grace.'" chuckled his com
panion. "Not preactly deacon, I'se
Mttiu' on de ragged edge of dis pear."
u Sunday night we were sitting
rot in the niootilL lit, 1 1 nn-iiul I y silent
a' oi' ist sad. Suddenly some one - a
poet ir-li Miking man. with a gentle,
loving fjee- said in a b-w lour; "Did
you ever thiik of 1 lie i n-niit il'ul lesson
the stars teach us."' We gave a vague,
jipprrciative murmur, but some soul
less clod said, ""o, what is it?" "How
to wink," he answered, in a sad,
In olden days, if a counter-jumper
took too much liquor, La was sure to
figure in the police reports next morn
ing as a medical student. Now it ap-
pears another class of men are to have
a turn, for a gentleman who bad a
little difficulty with the police the oth
er night, ami was fined $3 in the
morning, described himself as a "jour
nalist." This is too bad. Newspaper
men have quite enough to bear from
the gibes of an unkind world, -without
having this sort of stigma east upon
A local editor says there is not a girl
in Page County, Iowa, who will marry
an editor. As he is the only editor in
the county, and he is not celebrated
for his beauty, it isn't astonishing that
he thinks as he does. If a lld-heatled
editor that we've heard talk in bar
rooms were to go out there, every wo
man in the place would want to elope
with him, even if his purse were as
empty as his head and jug are. If
anybody doubts that Page county
would lie overcome, let that vile skep
tic listen to our bald-headed editor's
talk for a while and he'll doubt no
more. Over five thousand women
have committed suicide on his account
already, and still his fascinations are
not used up.
Young men, keep away from the
bar-rooms, pity you ever thought of
going tliere. I here is plenty or gooti
moral and religious society to which
you may easily have access; where
your imagination may remain uninflu
enced, and your moral sensibilities un
perverted. Then why occupy your
self with that which is of a contrary
and often very' questionable charac
ter? There are thousands of ways in
which to enjoy pleasure; that leaves
no sting IjeJiinu. Why then plant
your future path with thorns, when
you might be strewing it with flowers?
hy seek to live on airy empuuess,
when by associations with the virtu
ous ami wise you might lie preparing
your mind and heart tor future useful
ness and permanent happiness? Why
gather useless trash, when you might
heap up pure gold?
Keen a way from thenar room! It
is wasting your precious time, much of
which is worse than thrown away
there, and in preparation to go there.
At most you have none to spare; and
it may lie you have very little left
you; and for all, you must soon, ah!
very soon, give an account to (Jod.
The priceless hours thus spent might,
and if properly improved, would,
bring you emit gain. Though time
may now hang heavily upon your
hands, rcriicmhcr how soon will its
minutes lie gone forever; anil when
the solemn realities of an eternal state
loom up liefore your eyes, three score
and ten years will seem but a short
time in w hich to prepare for death and
judgment. Every moment ought to
lie employed in cnorts to become
wiser, better, and happier in doing
good and getting good in redeeming
and not wasting the time. Keep away
from the bar-room; it hardens you
against the griefs and woes, the mise
ries and wretchedness of thousands of
your fellow-beings, who need and are
entitled to your sympathy. It per
verts your taste: you there contract a
greater and still greater thirst for the
IMiisonous cup. losing at the same
time all relish for sober and wholesome
realities. As you grow fond of the
former, you grow sick of the latter;
and as life's realities will come wheth
er ju like it or not, unless you train
yourself to a state of prepared ness, you
'must and will sjend the greater jKir
tion of M'.c unhappily. The appear
ance and ciicu instances of a liar-room
not unfrequcntly, nay, most general
ly, are such as to excite and inflame
some of the worst passions of human
nature; it endangers your life; your
morals are never safe there. Like
iestilence, it taints at every touch, al
luring you to vice here, and hell here
after. Keep tu going; and soon the
richest gems of society w ill lie found
among the very lowest and most de
graded of the human race. To avoid
this, keep away from the liar-room;
if a student, it will make you less de
voted and diligent in your studies; if
in business, it will make yon less
faithful and constant at your tlesk or
counter; ir a parent, lss interested in
your family, and less attentive to their
wants; if a son, it will make you less.
cheerful in the discharge of your rela
tive duticM, less inclined to consecrate
your entire self, thoughts, aflections
symiiathies. and all, to the work oi
making home happy, less contented
with yourself, and less satisfied with
others. Keep away from the liar
room; for it always leads to needless
expenditures and culpable extrava
gance; money is thus fnent, which
ought to have lieen applied to intellee
tual and moral improvements or used
in doing jrood to others: if a son. vou
may thus lie induced to till with cares
the breasts or kinu aim Indulgent pa-
rents, at an age when they need uuiet
and repose; and presuming upon their
kindness you may embarrass their
circumstances, and '.embitter their
days, and at last bring their gray
hairs with sorrow to the grave. FN
nally, keep away from the liar room
for it will ruin your souls; it will give
you a distate for the Uible, dislike for
self-examination, an aversion to
prayer, vour hearts will lieeome hard
the cross of Christ will have no attrac
tion for you, the touching scenes of
Calvary will appear tame and insipid
the worship of Hod will l dry and un
interesting, the Sabliath will afford no
delights, (Jon's calls win be unheeded
and death, the judgment, and eternity
w ill lie forgotten. Turning away from
all these, your conscience will finally
lieeome searetl, your heedlessness un-
broken, your jiassioiiate love of life's
follies unrestrained, and steeled nganis
the force of divine truth your soul will
Do not flatter yourself that "it
just for the present," and no more
Vain hope. Like the charmed bin!,
the nearer your approach, the more
powerful the fascination; the longer
you look the more certain the destruc
tion. Young men, heed this warning
Touch not, taste not, bundle not that
which will intoxicate.
As ever, in faith, hope and charity
M. A. li.
Drt. W. A. Smith: Mr. S It. Wat-
kins re organized IHanton's Chattel
lodge of (tood lemplars, June fiili,
with nineteen members. Officers
elected; J. H. Periylierry, W. C. T.,
Miss .lame Kmnartl, W . . 1.; Jl.il.
liuneh, W. S.; Miss Sallie Dixon, W.
. S.; W. E. Kinnard. W. I". S.; E.
A. Deirvlieriy, . 1.; A. K. Derrv-
lieriv. W. M.; Miss Maggie Dixon. v.
I ). M.; J. Parks, V. C; .1. Odil, Jr.,
W. P. (..: .1. Ii. Parks, W. O (J., Miss
Uiula Odd, P. W. C. T.
Very respectfully, X.
t disused lira I
Dl"Ni.N"rt l.ivrrsnd Kldnry M.ji-li)f
l h nir--fur nil ilis''ii hnvlni; tbelr
nrulii In a ilisHMitt Blaie of the Kidney or
1 .iver, Niii-ii ii-s Sick 1 lomlm-hot lyepslHt
s mi mini: in the HrM4l, 1mh r Hpftttt,
ImkI liisli-in (ho niiiiilli, H.arl burn, Ttu-ili-i
n's- ir l' iilmi'.s over the Kt'uion if tlif
SiTit;nli, I 'I'Hmp 'olio, 4li vueK.s. l'nliil
t:it ion ! lln- Iti nrl, I'.un in tltc 1! irk, !Si J.-s
uml l.iniirs, mill ail il l.seasfjt K4ti!iHr to f
iiih1'. W'f ran siiy to our frl-ml.H that the
bIivp meilii'lno i jut wtint It Ix rt'prcsi nt
l to b", ml I' i'1-oiionuci'il hy evt-ry one
ho lias u-fil II, :nr punt-rior to nny I.lvrr
.Mi'dlt-liie tln-y hnvefver li-el. We know
llntt It iilvwt UHUT Kal NUt-tlnu than miv t
have ever o!d. Kuowlug it to lie purWv
vt;ttatl, we can recommend It to our Rof
fiTlnn Menrln. 1tIpo 75 cent. For ml.' by
I'iUow it WoldriUge. iaayl7-78.
-MOVED PACK TO THEIR-
With an Entire Now Stock!
IMMENSE BARGAINS OFFERED
NOW IN EVERY ARTICLE!
JUST DEtEIOESI'VlISID 1
EXQUISITE DUEKS GOOOS FOK KIET SKIKTS!
EXQUISITE DltESS GOODS FOll WALKING SUITS!
EXQUISITE PRESS GOODS FOR POLONAISE?
Prices to Suit the
We will mention only a few
Rest Linen-Faced Prints,
itememner cnoice calicos, "
Good Prints, 4 "
Iiousdale Bleached Domestic, yard wide, S "
Handsome Ijneii Iawns, ! '
Reautiful Pacific Uvm, 7.'. "
Rest Corded Pique, J "
Immense lot of exquisite Hamburg Edging, '2 inches wide, h "
Hamburg Edging, - inches wide, V2 and
New Style Lace Mitts from 20 cts. to 1 a pair.
Great Sale of Ladies', Men's, Misses'
and Shos, Newport Ties and
Stock at almost any
CLOSING OUT SALE OF CLOTHING. We will not let a customer walk
out of the store without selling hinall
Southerns TTradc fftaac,
COLUMBIA, : :
No. ofi College Street.
FOIL STOCK OF STAPLE
E3- "W- GA-IIEXjE,
Cor. Main and Eight Sts.,
JOHN T. TUCKER.
W. r. TUCKER
J, T. & W, F. TUCKER
Wholesale and Retail
North-east Corner Public Square,
Columbia. : : : Tennessee
IVnlers In cotton and all kinds ofrroduce.
inx rm mi vances inaue on gooaa in more.
We have in tstH-k a ri nst-chtss astirt-
Also Harness from
12.00 to J100aOO
Our work ia flrnt-olawi: the prices lower
tbao the oame kind of wnrk can tw bongni
nnrtb of Columbia, Kl'fi.N & TUKftN.
SILKS ANY COLO It FOR TRIMMINGS!
Smallest Purse !
of the Immense Bargains we
5 cts, per yard
and Children's Custom-made Boots
Slippers. We will close out this
pricr. Regardless of Cost.
the goods he wants.
Nkw York Citv.
AM D fiiiC! GROCERIES !
and 3Jom :stic
OFFEB ED TO MERCHANTS
Bcp ot Hotel.
CUL.D MRIA, TENNESSEE.
Boardand Iioq j;ing SJo.tMl per month
Titcomb & Towler,
At the Old btaivl, t. Ttr Simtit Jo.':'
a ud Public S( wwr,
n.VINJ tills .Jay - K-w.f.-.l tlio Insol
I l in y l I lie exl ilr.M m, nrr I'lnkmnn.
i. i- d, to the i'ltrk Mr?, i,mi. ty Court of
.MHUry oniuty, lrll iea -w., is lit-rehi-
illv.'U to a I iH ioni- ,xnr is nunln.t
aid estate to tile tl .rtni-r uti entlcated
WMh Kaid t'lork OD r..Jlr.l. I. (lav nl
OctoUf r, 1K7JS for invwafa du.tritut..'un. or
lliey will oa rore er barred.
NO. 7 SOUTH
-IS NOW CONDUCTED BY-
(Successors to Andrews, liarkley &. Co.,)
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED GENUINE
Chicago Pitts Separators,
AND HOBSE POWERS.
Woods' Unrivaled Reapers & Mowers!
Deeres Walking Cultivators! Meikle's Double Shovels'
15? We intend selling everything in
price before purchasing.
OUB SPRIIiG ATTRACTIONS!
A. ROSENTHAL & BRO.
It will be to your interest to see us before 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 in a first-class establishment.
Are most tastefully selected, ami 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 seJl them
at figures that will surprise the closest buyers.
ARE FROM THE OLDF-ST AND MOST REM AliLK IIOI'.KES IN AMERICA,
And w ill give everyliody perfect natisfaction. We want you to come and
s'tm-k. It is votir dutv to btiv where vou can buv cheapest.
We claim to be the CHEAPEST HOUSE IN COLUMBIA, and want you to
come and see whether we are entitled to this claim or not. Come one, come
all, and we w ill treat you courteously
East Side Tublie Square,
r. S. Countiy Merchants will find
amine our goods. We guarantee them
South Main Street,
Tha most snperb tnrnonti furnished on the shortest notice, and at tli most reaionaqp
rates. Hrwctal attention paid to boanllnK stock and storing vehicles. We run a line of
Om ninnies from our stable, and all ordera left at the Hotel or Stable will receive prompt
SBEPPARD 1 HARRISON
DltY-GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, STAPLE AND FAN
CY GROCERIFS, WHEAT,
CON, LARD, SUGAR, COFFEE, SALT,
And evervthinsr usually kept in a
bank Standard Scales, CORN, HAY, HOGS, CATTLE, ETC.,
and pruarantee their prices tole as cheap as the cheapest.
Junction: Mt. Pleasant and Hampshire pikes,
LIVERY, SALE &
Nos. 5, 71 and', 9 East .Main
(Black A Moore's;OM .Slant!,)
Will keep slwsyg on hand FIR-T-CI,APS SAIUII.E ASH HARNESS JloRHFX, r,tTJ
OIEH, CAHRIAOEH AND BAKOrCHES, which we will hire at reasonable rates. Lame
and commodious rooms for siorlog vebicles if all kinds, and Inr boardini; horsca. la
connection with this stable there are two largrc sued for the accommodation of drivers
of honm and muln. Unchs Tommy Dnuirlaw still holds the reins of the "OLD RKI.IA
BLEOMNIKUS" and alternstea with this stable. All calls left at either stable will re
ceive prempt attention Irom Unole iommy.
Howard A Carpenter, or Billle Moore, their A;ont,cin be found at all times at thia ata-
di khi in nimwi luirtn. nn wr rniun,
BWWV t4 UV1U, UU1UI HIV HiUh
nr line as low as jwissible.
w hether you purchase or not.
it to their interest to call on us, and
Iiouisville or Nashville prices.
CORN, MEAL, FLOUR, BA
first-class house. Alo weighs on Fair-
St., Columbia, Tennessee.
Ainert uuxco, vtcrs., caa oe niunu a)
La Pierre House,
JVb. 37 Summer Street,.
NASHVILLE, . : . TENNESSEE.
61 30 rEit :ia. v.
8 Neatness and
law at this house.
;an be found at
Draper and Tailor,
No. 37 North Cherry St.,
L 1 . rVVMl
Tli JT'till Term
SEPTEMBER THE 3, 1S77-
Circulars gtatlnR couie of study, and oth
er particulars, will be sent on application
to REV. GEO. BECKETT, Ilwtor,
rnlvl3-ly. Col un: hi a. Tenn.
TURBINE WATER WHEEL.
GUARANTEED THE BEST.
Stout, Mills & Toinplo,
MnntifactiircM and Proprh tors.
ALSO, Flour anil l'a-p-r
and Oeneral Mill Fur
nishers. l.ari;e Illus
trated catalogue sent
Irr 111 application lo
Stont, Mills Tem
ple, Dayton, Ohio, or
J, W CASUS,
Fancy Goods Emporium,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
KID GLOVES, FANS, ETC.,
103 FOUTH STKEET,
Bet. Market and JcO'crsun,
D. A. Craig.
V. J. Htrayhorn
A. F. Aydelotte.
CRAIG & CO.,
Grain and Produce Merchants
Have opened a laree U'arc-liouse Hi the
lTnlou iK-pot. They have ample Klrxi;'
riKiin. anil Millcit conslKiiinnils. (inlcrs
pnimplly and satisfactorily filled, A Iresh
sunnlv of Family Urnceries Hi ways mi
hand, at the very lowest price, t o ne and
see us. ocU-lui
Goviiicnt Claim Agency.
Tiy a late act. of Concrcss all soldiers ot
the warof 1KI2 are f:n lit led to a pension of
i-S. ( m per monlh, and all their widows
without reeard to the date tit their tnarrt-
ase or their loyaltj-. All claims ntiiiiiW
Government, for property taken duriiiK the
war, and where patties have fll-d tlieir
claims and their attorneys have left the
eountrv or neiilccttil their interests. I will
atteDd to with dssnutch. llouutics, IVu
slons and all kinds of claims. Persons
communicating should enclose Mump to
Insure answer. Urtice under Herald and
Mall, No. 22 North Main street, Columbia,
March 22-77-ly. JOHN L. WILKON.
Carver & Horn's
HOG CHOLERA REMEDY.
A certain, effective and prompt cure, and
a sure preventive of the spread of the dis
ease. Price SJ.ist a Package, containing suf
ficient to cure twenty hogs. Have your hogs
at a cost of only ten cents a head.
A.J. CARVER CO.,
sept7-ly. Nashville. Tenn.
STOCK OF DRUGS
VERY denlrable atoclc of PrnKS, Medl
L rlneii and "tore fixtures. Any pnrson
wUhlns to k Into the Drug bnlncss would
do well to call upon me.
XI. Li. tl 1 'l.I. 1 ,
April l7.S,-3m. Truiitee.
HPIlINa IHLL, TENN.
BK)KSloanel,aold and excfiangerl. fir.
derw ami conalunmenta if HiMiks koII. I-
ted. Huslnem hnura from 5 to ti o'clock r. n.
May 111, 1IS7H.
ITclson House !
Mays & DocLson,
HATES ?2.)0 FEU DA V,
We also save a Livery Ktalile coniwrlnl
with the house, with new and eh-uuul tum-
outa, which will be lurnislied prompllv hy
applying to the I'roprielor, JaiiU-7(-tI,
When you want a Stylish Spring
Suit for Dress or Business wear,
Boy's and Children's School
and Play Suits,
Elegant "White Vests
Dress and Business,
Opposite Maxwell House,
V. 11. McFAHLAND.
W. 3L. McFarland cS Co.,
M A N I'KACTl" It K RS AMI IEAI.Ei;s IN
MOULDINGS AND SHINGLES.
ALL KINDS OF DRESSED LUMBER
CONSTANTLY OX HAND.
Ollk-e and I'luiiing Mill Xi. 61 Xnrtli C'illi iin-1 l.io .-
VAN S. LINDSLEY, M. D.,
Gives his exclusive attontion to tlio medical and surgical
treatment of the diseases of t ho
H3y-o, H3rtr, Tlioat mid 3NToso,
'o. 11 Soulh Chciry Mini,
NASIIVILLE, : : : : : TENNESEE.
No. 45 Union Street.
The niiilersliitied liavlim purchased Ibe
will of the til KIH A 111 H A 1.1. Kit , won hi
ed slid dctei mined Ui maintain t lie reputation
t4A KI.KKV In the Soutln-rn istatc.M. All lniprovciiii-nlH lu pl.nl
ii.lnni. cl. and nil our work uuaranlecd to kive pit Isincl lun.
July 20, 1ST7.-Iy.
W. Z. DOBSON,
Church Stroct, Corner Smith Clicrry
With Ilensou A Ilrown,
No. 0 orth College St., - NASHVIM.1C
Manufacturer and Dealer lu
UiKjiii't aii'l Miimc SIjukI--,
Carl:s Tassels :iiiI Nail-,
Chair Cairl uihI
ricturcs if all KinK
NO. 38 UNION STREET
lJct wc-rn College ami Cherry,
NASHVILLE, - - TKNN
tfi? IitMikin!j-ClaiM's n( in 'il
flames. (jM ricturcs ami Frames He
H. V. BASSETT,
A yi ICE- Cli P. A M X L O O X,
NO. (d UNION BTKKKT,
Nashville. : : Teuncssee,
Wholesale and Retail Agency
For the world-renowned I'lauoS of
To"cther with the Nation 'h favorlti h, Uacon
A Keir, itiicon llaven, Hailiwt Itroa.. J. A-i-
Fischer, and the "Model I'iuno, lArlon
Fluno o.,) at pric inim sn.i.w ...-...
rBn- for I'hureliett, IxxIuhh and 1'arlor,
fi-om the ci-lbratcd loakeni, .Mhmou A Ham
llu, BnrdelU New Kiiuliind tirijau t,o., ami
. A. I'rlnce t o., an iiuviiik nrsi-:iinK
Medala and innoraeinein, 01 ine nuimi
ir..fuuinii und nulillc in iceneral. Price
from MiOiltoS'liKi.iKl. Competition In genu
ine (not oobuh) InHironienUi met with price
and terms to suit the Unie.
Sheet nnntr for the million, at one to
ten cent per pare fliMt-claw author.
Ijirifest assortment of Italian and other
SU Inns, and Small Musical Instruments.
KaKtern dlsoouuta to Hcboola, the Profes
sion and BihiIi Mtoree. ...
tiirresmindence aollclUd. talaloue ;
Bent on application. Mulc mailed ftee,
rhJ f'r..i.i l.-Kir rehDectltilly annoui
ipllcation. ji usic hhniii n-.
The I'roprletor repectiuiiy aiinoiiu.a?n
that be ha taken the aaency for the wile of
I.'uhte Krnut 1'iano, (.-ucwii U LUhte,
Newton Uradhory.) The lollowlun ex
plains their position:
Mammon, In l, fee. 'SI. W7H.
T the KiUlnr Mhiic Ti "' ltri-iru; JV. '..
Will you plf-asesend ine tlume hack nnm
beraolyonr ltevl-w. which nmtaliiM the
ex,Mur- ol those Iraitdulent I'laiuiM, which
rH-Ar the name ol ijimmI old makers. " ''
i i. coiintrv Is Iii-iiik canviisMid hy dium-
.ken tue aneucy mi .
ners, who try lo li.ilin iff these (f.Msl-lor-
uotliini; insii uiiu-iim ui.ii i """"'!"
i. nl. lie. and farmers tpeclally, oh a real,
tannine wi-and-wi's mske, fraudulently
producing- the old Keuuine makers' price
I'Hls, and asklnif Irom lour to eiKht hun
died dollars for these bogus Instruments,
Now the public is made aware of It, and
these waiiii arrested, the lietter. One of
mv youuis irlends paid I hi.(I for a Liable
A t .. s not worth over 1 .(, and I ;liesr
the liiadliury lsjustthesamelf not wois.-.
Pl. Kse pul.lUh ll.lstn your able Journal,
and save some of tlio-e who are about lo be
swindled. IU sped fully,
(Thel.lKhte Co. is a liaud-MKhte A
Km' it make the only iicnuliie I.iKht I'l-
n 1 1 1 tn i ,f i j r in mi -'- j
"f them are made by lisle, Haniluau and
olhcrs. Kli. M. T. K.)
oilier Correnpoiideiice can lie shown x
issiina tifQUinntujt,vnt oilier catch names,
Tapf.lyhVs to tfl CnioU fetrett, asUvlUe,
'rt'n", J. A. Mr CM BE.
to call on
VM. II. DA Hit
Kli ClHiiy Slrct-t8
entire Muck, woikliu; itisti uiiients snd good
ropcri 111 My
iiiiii. huh thHt he Is tnllv ll'epar
MaMI.-linii nl as (he l lliST AKT
ia'hy un- piuniptly
W. J-J. AIIMK'ntOMfJ,
.Siin-i swu hifiii l C. .l.-m, lMc'd.
HavliiK an Immense stock, mvl lielna de
hiiniisiil I'nliiriiiu II, we ollci i:n ill KKIil'C
Tl iN In all li . en incuts. In lilsrS ssii
nii'ii', Alpacca, r'laimi'l slid ( 'asslmere
Htock special biu'ciiins are oil nd. Avail
yourselves of tills jpui tuiilty by giving US
au curly call.
b FRANK LAND & GO.
NO. II) UNION KTKKKT,
Nashville, ; : Tennessee.
I l ( Iiiik li Street,
NASIIVILLE, : : TENN.
MRS. E. PLUM MED,
No. 1J North Su turner HI rcet,
I'll. V. W. ii;i i.mi a i.i.i-:, N.-isliv llle Tenn.,
Iieui isii: llnvin--.mi, i. 'I nil i.. i,,rrns
Inclileiit to NiihhI:I, In hii iikki avaleil
foria, lor Ik I I '-! iiioiii lis, iii.I-imI, nl times
I wi w Mil, delirious, writhed lu aonleN of
limn, whs iiiuiiaiiiieal.le; i . i y l;i 111 1 ly buv.
Irilf to Miilcli Jim lu the .is.in diiilnif the
piirox) suis I.. prcM-nt my iI.,im Iiio iii to
ni.xseli; und liavliiK ixpemlid hulidieds of
dollars in 1 1 it v 1-1 1 n uinl sei-kliiK relief to no
purpose, and Ilniilly IiiivIiik Is .ine ho tin.
liilllaU-d as ti, nie -sHitMle my wllhdrnwal
Irom and ei-Msini: to ntiend lo nny business
stall. I went to TnllHlioma w ilh my fami
ly lopend he summer and li lo rn uprr
ale a little, w hlle lliere 1 met fr. Hsiiiuel
M . A mi-lit, from N.-.su vllle, 'i'eiin., wlio sil
vised t he uxe ol our "i n re," hy the use if
wbh-h he bad In i n eur. l ol a terrible case.
I had r.Hlly lost all hop, of t-vi-r telii(
lire.l, but I nr-lei. 'l by Jii.il a dollsr Hack.
axe Irom Niishville, more lor the purpose of
provinu to Ihii l nil. iiihii lliat there was
i ne case It would not cure, than for any re
bel I expect, d to fi.-i I e from lis nse; but I
took It Meconium to directions, and 10 mr
own amn.eiiienl sua the surprise of everv
one else. It cured me. Ism now well and
fully restoie.l to I'onit'.rtHl-lH tcellng. Tha
cure WHNilfecfrd between tbesih an. I who
of July, If, :,. Yours tiuly,
WM. ti. M AKT IN.
Ilavliic known Mr. Win. II. Martin a
number of ears we .ki I'l'-i-sine In vouch
Irm lor any si hi. mi nt he limy uiake.
Ilespeeutllly. lle-iy. S..,ovlll.) A Co..
Orsy, Klikiiisii to., Mnnls.V Mialloii,
l-.vuns, i- lie, roil.-i rti t o.
'llie abivecutu Is sold bv fkl'imbla
Hotel and Restaurant
(Newly Ilefltted In rirsf-Clnaa Hfyle.)
Opf-n dsy arid nlkht, at Nssh vlllr and
( liMttiiiKMin and t-t. I.ouls lUllmsd Depot,
Hsiiviue, 1 1 nn. kc. is on nana s lull sup-
piy r f rush Hosiers. I'aHsenneis will Im
caneu any or muni in nine mr t ne nepsn-
Uie ot all tf Mills. Mewls ready 1 1 1 w . 11 arrival
of every Usui. The llsr Is luinishrd with
the finest Wines, lh, uors and t 'tsrs. Po
lite clerks and servsu's are In atteudsnc
at all boors. 1juIi'' private dining loom
Just handsomely r fit'et.
octA-aui. KOIll- KT KVKH Prop 'r.
Mrs. S. .1. Little,
No. -T North Summer Htrcet,
XASIIY1LLP, : : TP.XX.
Hoard ii per week; K cents per dav and
nlijht. siikI ly.
Porter, Bryan &Alford,
Wliolesali Healers In
TOBACCO AND CIOARS.
I'roprletorl of the Celebrated
"PORTER RIFLE" CICARr