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Kihtkh by W. A. Sm rrir.M. IX, Ph. D.
Mr. Wiskey Ail into & Wisconsin
tmiimI and was ilrowiiol. He thought
a little water would improve him, but
An lowii editor wrote: "During the
past wwk we liaVe lieen visiting the
s dons of the country; ' and his con
stant snlisiTilwrti think that is a funny
way to spell ''saloons."
"I've got 'em," shouted .1 MiMuastp
i hoatman recently, when first the
comet broke upon his sight. "Hnakcfl
I've had licfore. and now the stars
liave cot tails on 'cm. I'm a dead
KHW ts of the foz Mr. Jollie was
J3SE BILLINSS CN SEES.
Why So Believed it Win Not I&toxfetU
Eii Fu&om Beer Teit Act. ;
I hav finally cam to the conclusiou
that lager beer as a beverage is not in
I hay lieen told by a (Jerman who
said he had drunk it all uite long, Just
to try the experiment, and was obliged
to go home entirely sober in the morn
ing. I have seen this same man drink
eighteen glasses, and if he was drunk
it was in ernian, and noltody could
It is trojier enutfto state that this
man kept a lager l?er saloon; could
have no object in stating what was
not strictly thus.
I believe him to the full extent of
ny ability. I never drank but three
glasses of lager beer in my life, and
that made head outwist as tho it was
discovered by his anxious wife a long hung on the end of a string, but I wo
time after midnight vainly trying with
liis latch-key to open the front door.
He stated for excuse that the fog was
sho shoth-hic; that he c-couldn't see-
"Wonder what those I V) "of our best
people" in an Ohio town had been
taking when they saw one of llaphuel's
angels hung up in mid-heaven, with
wings and arms outspread. .We wish
there wasn't a drop of rum in the
The Indians have got a new dodge,
"When they are thirsty,. which is said
to Ik- ouite frequently, they go into a
h:iloon in Deis-re, Wis., and ask
"Schnapps hal.cn?" This always
brings the drink, as the saloon-keeper
is lxHind to believe they are (Jermans.
"If," says a Western editor, the day
before Thanksgiving, "we hud a dol
lar for every glass of lemonade, sweet
ened wine, lieer. and thicker, things
that will he? drank to-morrow, we
wouldn't dun another siilscnter in a
year. Hut we haven't got that nuni
Ikt of dollars, so pay up.".
Moderate drinking leads to drunk
enness; drunkenness leads to piverty,
misery, sickness, crime, insanity, sui
cide and death makes widows and
orphans, shortens life, makes hard
times, fills our jails and joor-hoiiscs,
ruins young men and kills old ones
increases our taxes, and retards the
progress of the (-iosjiel of Jesus Christ
A g od deal has been said altout re
forming the drama. It is time to say
something alout 11 forming the patrons
of the drama, many of whom, just ns
the curtain is ready to fall at the close
of the last act, seize their hats and
rush for the door as frantically as if
they had ju.-t received the startling in
tclliirciice that the only saloon in the
city would I k' closed for the night
two minutes and a half.
"John." said a clergyman to his
nrin, "you should liecome a teetotaler;
and have been drinking again to day."
"Do you ever take a drop yoiirsel'
llieenistel. " "les, John; hut you
must look at your circumstances and
mine." "Very true, sir," says John;
"but can you tell me how the streets
of Jerusalem were kept so clean?"
"No, John, 1 cannot tell you that."
"Well, sir, it was u-causc every one
kept his own door clean."'
AT THE OLD STAND,)
South Main Street,
Eniits of Temperance
We are indebted to Mr. J. V.. Dun
lap, the (Jiand Worthy t hief of the
Order of Kniirlit-s of Temperance, for
an invitation to their public installa
tion and select bail, which will take
place at Odd Fellow's Hall, on Mon
day, the 7th day of January next.
This order is one that all gentlemen
who dt sire to suppress the "national
vice" should join or assi.-t. Convivial
revelries or carousals always lead not
onl v to the misfortune ot those who
use strong or .-piritual liquors intern
pcratelv, but to the ruin of devoted
mothers, wives and innocent children
Certainly, drinking is not a necessary
(Uialii'ieatiou for gentlemen. We wish
much success and long life to the civ
ili.ing order of the Knights of Temper
told that it was owing to my bile be
ing out of place; and I guess that it
was so. for I never bileu over was
than I did when I got horn that nite.
My wife thot I was gin to die, and I
was afraid that 1 snouiuni, ior it
seemed as tho everything I had ever
eaten in mv life was coming to the
surface; and I lielieve that if my wife
hadn't pulled off my boots Just as she
did, they would hav cum thundering I
O, how sick I wuz! 14 years ago,
and I can taste it now.
I never had so much experience in
so short a time.
If any man shud tell me that lager
lieer was not intoxicating, I shud lie
lieve him; hut if he shud tell me that
I wastn't drunk that nite, but that my
stummick was out of order, I sbud
sk him to state over a few words just
how a man felt and acted when he
was set up.
I I warn't drunk that nite, I had
some of the most natural simtuius that
a man ever had and kept Holier.
In the first place it was about eighty
rods from where I drank the lager
her lieer to mi house, and I was jest
over two hours on the road, and a
hole busted through each one of my
pantaloon neez, and didn't have any
hat, ami tried to open the door by the
liell-pull and hiccuped awfully and
saw every thin' ju the room trying to
get round on the I nick side of me, and
sitting down on a chair, I did not
wait long enough for it to get exactly
under me when I wuz going round,
and I set down a little too soon and
and missed the chair about twelve
inches, and couldn't get up soon
enough to take the next one that come
along; and that ain't awl, my wife sed
I was drunk as a boast, and, as I sed
le fore, I began to spiu up things free-
If lager leer is not intoxicating it
used me most almighty mean, that I
Still I hardly think that lager lieer
iz intoxicating, for I hav beentoM so;
and I am probably the only man liv
ing who drunk eny when the liver
was not plumb.
1 don't want to say anything against
a harmless tenneriice lieverage, but
if ever I drink eny more, it w ill lie
with mi hands tied liehind and mi
mouth yried open.
I don't think lager lieer is intoxicat
ing, but if I rcmemlHT rite, I think it
tasted to me like a glass of soap suds
that a pickle had lieen put to soak in.
The mom artperb tnrnoaU furnished on the shortest notice, and at the most' J
.I" u .i ...... n tn hn.niini; mnrk and atorlnz veblolM. We run a line 01
HHATIA BLUtULlUD IHiU IU IXIHllilUK nun u --" - F ' ... .
omn hn,. from our aiabie. and all order left at the Hotel or Stable wm receive rn.
SHEPPARD k HARRISON
DRY-GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTH 1XO, STAPLE AND FAN
CY GIxOCERIFS, WHEAT, CORN, MEAL, FLOUR, BA-
COX, LARD, SUGAR, COFFEE, SALT,
And everything usually kept in a first-class house. Also weighs on Fair
bank's Standard Scales, CORN, HAY, HOGS, CATTLE, ETC.,
and guarantee their prices to lie as cheap as the cheapest.
Junction: Mt. Pleasant and Hampshire pikes,
O o 1 ixil i n, ;
Bank of Columbia,
April 20, 1878.
Note. UlU. Bonds, etc SWe.
FumiOirenccount. including safe.. 1.:-n (
Cash aail Bank balances ll.",7.iO.S7
CapivU Stock $M0.H
Iewi amount unpaid, OU.WW SUKm Mill
Undivided profits, uU2f'
Tot il amount of capital paid and
unriived uroflls Slli.to...
A Hundred Tears Agg.
John Adams, second President of
the United States, in his diary, more
than a hundred years ago, recorded his
(pinion of the use of spirituous liquors
and of their sale at public houses, as
Prm.ic lIoi'si:s. "Indeed scarcely
anything that 1 have observed in the
course of a long hie has a greater 111-
llueiice on the religion, morals, health.
property, liberties and tranquility of
the world I mean public houses. The
temper and passions, the profancness
and brutal behavior, inspired by the
low sort of company that frequent
such houses, and by the lienors tint
tlrink tin 11 are not very compatible
with the pure and undetilcd religion
of Jesus- that religion whose prim
pie is 10 renounce all lillhilie-s and sil-
lHTtluit v of naughtiness. That inat
tcntion to the public ordinances of re
ligton, as well as to private devotion,
which I hae reason to think so pre
valent in these times, is no unnatural
consequence of the vci y g' lieral resort
to these licentious houses. The plenti
ful use of xjiirihiiiiix ti'j'i'ifs begins with
producing a strange confusion ofmind;
appetites and passions too violent for
the government of reason; proceeds to
involve men in deb!, and of couc
quciice of lying, cheating, stcalingand
sometimes in greater crimes; and end
111 total and incurable dissolution of
"Thousands and thousands are eve
ry year expiring in r.urope, and pro-
tionble numU rs in tiii country, tin
miserable victims of their own impru
dence and tin- HI iif tin rati is in
in rmitfinif the causes ot their 11:111 In
exist. Allured by the smell of these'
tuft rum fi'iiors iiKe the ghost 111 ro
mances allured by the smell of human
blood, they resort to these1 house
waste their time, their strength and
their money, which ought to lie em
ployed in the management of their
own nliairs and families, till, by de-
grws, much expended, little earned,
they contract habits of c irclcssues,
idleness and intenqx ranee; their cred
itors demand; they promi.-e to pay,
but fail; writs iue, charges are multi
plied for the maintenance of others a
idle as thcmselvis, and executions
strip tfiem of all they have, and cast
their miserable' lodies into loathsome
"The number of these houses has
lnen lately so much augmented, and
the fortunes of their owners so much
increased, that the artful man has lit
tle e!se to lo hut secure the favor of
taverners in order t receive the suf
frages of the rabble I hat attend these
The General Assemllj's Cure for raak-
enness A Week of Prjer.
PriTsm iui. The Presbyterian Gen
eral Assembly ls?gan its third day's
proceedings yesterday morning. Mr.
Vandyke ottered a resolution netting
apart the lirst complete week in Janu
ary, 187!i, as a week of prayer for the
conversion of the world and for great
er holiness in the Christian church,
and that Thursday of said week le de
voted to prayers for schools ami col
lege's, and esiK-cially for those who are
destitute of religious instruction. The
committee appointed last year to
meet similar e-ommittees from Evan
irelical churches at Xenia. Ohio, to
confer with reference to a plan for uni
ted etlort in the cause of temperanc
made a long reiort. They denotiue
the manufacture, sale and use of in
toxicating liquors, except for medical
and scientific purposes, as greuit evils,
and rind that to aid either of these
great evils by selling grain or hoi to
brewers or distilleries, by making ma
chinery for brcwiug or distilling or
casks to contain liquors, by leasing
property on which intoxicating liquors
may lie made or sold or drank, or by
any other way, is to criminally par
ticipate 111 (his most abhorrent sin
Icgal prohibition, moral suasion and
the practice of total altstinence are ties
mande'd. The report was referred to
W. P. INGHAM, President.
C. P. CECIL, Cashier.
J. W. S. Ridley, L b. Wlllisms
H. W. FUr.patrlck, J J- Cranberry,
W. B. Wilson, C. P.Cecil,
W. P. Inurain-
Pure Bred Fowls.
COLUM 151 A, TEN N ESSEE,
Breeder and Bhlrpc of
Pars find Land aai Water Toils
Appointments of Candidates
COUNTY OFFICES !
Enterprise, June 141 ti.
Bii!lyvllle, June l'nu.
Worley 's Sltore, Jure "Jilih.
Ham pshire, June 'Jlst.
Ml. Pleasant, June TM.
Lettwicli Bridge, June Kith.
Itiilly Hill, June 'JUth.
Kick isprtnif, Jnly (ilh.
Kedron.Jniy 101 h.
NenpoliM, July I Ith.
Carter' Creek, July I'Jth.
HprlUC Hill. Jnly 1.0 b.
Kmderhook, Julv rj.
Sat. la Ke, July Lilt li.
poplar Top, July Liiih- Kith district,
WillianiKpnrt, July 17tu.
Columbia, July UlUh.
Titcomb & Towlcr,
At the Old Staiul, Cnrnrr Smith Al'tin 8t.
aiul ruMit Square,
THE OLD RELIABLE
Nashville Advertisements i
La !ie!r!fouse' DON'T FORGET!
Xo. 37 Summer Street,
NASHVILLE, : TENNESSEE,
81SO XjEIt ;iA.V.
NO. 7 SOUTH MAIN KTKEET,
-IS NOW CONDUCTED liY
AuifilDew 4 Bflcffiregoir,
(SucceHwrs to Andrews, Barkley & Co.,)
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED GENUINE
Chicago Pitts Separators,
AND HORSE POWERS.
Woods' Unrivaled Reapers & Mowers!
Deeres Walking Cultivators! Meikle's Double Shovels'
Bcv We intentl polling everything in our line as low as roal)lc,
priec before purchasing.
OUR SPRING ATTRACTIONS!
A. ROSENTHAL & BRO.
I It will be to your interest to see us liefore pureha.sing elsewhere. We are just
receiving an unusually large ami elegant Spring Stock of
Dry-Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Anl all other goods to lie found in a first-class establishment.
F.eg for hatching In Reason, towln for
wile Ht nil time. I'n mpt ttnllon K'ven
loan orrter h'.kI communication. nicn
are rpeclltillv RollelN-d. octlJ- i-iy.
Boanlantl Ixlging ?).H per month
tes Liauoa WAS.
The Trcubla in I'ew York Sealers FInei
and Sect to Inssa.
Nt:w YiuiK, lHcemler '2K In
Court of (Jeneral Sessions to-tlay
cor!er Hackett gave judgment in
cast s of the liquor dealers prosecuted
by Iev. Dr. Howard Crosby's Society
for Suppression f Vice. He said he
had given the cases his most careful
attention, and that some of these li
qiior dealer might have eiretl unin
tentionally or.through misronHtructioii
of tlte law. After explaining the va
rious statutes tf the law liearingon the
liquor tpiestion he sentenced (Jeorge
Kraw, William Walsh, Charles Miller,
John I. Windolph, William W
Churchill and Hubert Reagan, as prin
cipals, and bar tenders John Ixh: ami
Joseph Malone tt jay ti line of twen-
ty-ti ve tlollars each, but upon William
Dugan, who kejit a "bucket shop," he
imposed a tine of one hundred dollars.
lie iHistpoueti ajthigmcm in I li e cases
t Philip Holland and James O'Brien
in tinier that fresh indictments might
In- found against them. He fined Jno.
Co.-grove me hundred ami fifty tlol
lars and inqxised a sentence on him of
thirty d:y' imprisonment in the peu-
itentiary. uichanl Kustace, auother-
Jiqiior tlealcr, wius fined two hundred
and titty tlollars and sentenced to the
penitentiary for sixty days.
Mountain Health Resort,
Monroe Co-, East Term-,
AKKnowovenrtlfor viMtor at the low
price of :W I! per month; children and
MTVHnlH hall price.
TheHe SprlDKH are situated on ( hilhowee
Mountain, :), feet atiove sea line, and
anove clew H)lnt.
1 epolMotiKe Creek, on the Kast Tennes
see. VirKinlaand lieorKia Kallroatl, 10 miles
The water are Sulphur, Alora, Chalybeate
and FreeKtone. .
Hotel and cottage accommodtlons 8 fiord
room and conifori for atxint. lour hundred
perxoutt, wttli Ball lttmru, Bwling Allei',
llilllard Table and Hutu llousea. Atmm-
ptiere dry, pure and luviKorutuiK. "'"-'j
DeHUtllul and inagninceiii, mKiim'wtKiw
I v nvil &iwl du ii hrivlit aud lOVOllH.
our table will be furnished with choice
hff mnllnn i-hlcheiiR. ecin. vceelnbleH, dc
llclotiM milk, aud butler aud. tue whilest of
Thermometer very rarelv reachea Nl de-
srees theli.'ttest dya lu joiy or auu
mil lli usual rnnire Ih Irolll Ml to 70 lleljr.
It'll I do all In our powr to make people
happy, and will at Hll times be courteous
Kzcurslou tickets from Nashville can be
bought at reasonable rates.
.1 H. MAOI1.L. Proprietor.
Moube Creek aud White CI HI' Hotel
JOHN T. TUCKER.
W. F. TUCKER.
J. T. & W. F. TUCKER,
Wholesale and Retail
C3rX O O O X" &
North-east Corner Tubllc Snnare,
Columbia, : : : Tcnncsxee
Pesters In cotton and al kinds of produce.
Liberal advances made ou goods In more.
Are niot tastefully selectetl, and comjuise the latest novelties
of the Season.
WHICH IS OUR SPECIALTY,
T4 tho larfeMt fliul cheapest assortment in Columbia. We manufacture our
own Clothing, antl can therefore-guarantee them, and sell them
at figures that will surprise the closest buyers.
idl ra.i-vi Tin? (1I.DI.-ST AMI MOST KKI.I.MU.K 1IOCSKR IN AMEUR'A,
imi win rriro uvorvinMlv ncrfcct sa t isfiict ion. We want von to come antl
lfvrik through our Stock. It is votir duty to buy where you can buy cheapest
We claim to be the CHEAl'KST HOl SK IN COLUMWA, antl 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
A. nOSBNTH AL eft;
Fast Sitle Tublic Square, : : COLUMIJIA, TEXN
p. H. Con ii ti y Merchants will tintl it to their interest to call on us, ami ex
amineour goods. e guarantee mem liuisvine or .mctiihic jm
tKff" Neatness and
law at this house.
When you want a Stylish Spring
Suit for Dress or Business wear
Boy's and Children's School
and Play Suits,
I Elegant "White Vests
Under-wear? Nobby Neck-
wear Etc., to call on
HUNT IN GT
J?lie Itill Term
SEPTEMBER THE 3, 1S77.
Opposite Maxwell House.
W II. McFAKLANI).
WM. 11. DA Hit
Clrcnlars sUitlnc course of study, and oth
er particulars, will be sent on application
to Kkv. UtAJ. UtA. KM l , ltector.
tulvtvly. Columbia. Icnu.
TURBIHE ViTER WHEEL.
GUARANTEED THE BEST.
W. R. XVIcEarland. d Co.,
MAN L'FAtTl'REKS AND UKAl.KltS IN
MOULDINGS AND SHINGLES.
ALL KINDS OF DRESSED LUMBER
Stout. Mills & Temple,
CONSTANTLY OX 1IAM.
Office and Planing Mill No. 84 North College ami Wi North
M'tnufncturcm and Proprietor.
AIjPO.KImir and I'a-
jH-r Mill Mofhinory,
and tieneral Mill hur-
nlslu-rs. Ijiree Illus
trated rataltncuo sent
tr.iti Ripiua1lon to
Stout, Mills Tem
ple, Dayton, Ohio, or
VAN S. LINDSLEY, M. D.,
Gives his exclusive attention to the medical and surgical
treatment of the diseases of tho
. 1 1 South Cherry Street,
J, W CABIER,
A . DOJIECIi'S
GIERS ART GALLERY !
No. 45 Union Street. NASHVILLE, TENN.
The ti ml erst died liavttm iMir'-liased Hie entire stock
will of the t it Kits A IvT tl A 1t.KItY, would rcspi--t Hilly hiiihiiii I Iml lie In Hilly nrepsr
woikhm InstriiiiieiitH and K'ol
Fancy Goods Einporiuni, .
iTtl A I.I
ed and determined ti iii:ilnlain Ilie lenuUU ion ot the est;llisbiiiiiil us the l-'IKSI' A KT
UAMjKKY tn Mia Southern stales. All liiiproveinenls In liiilni:tiiy are rouilly
adopted, aud all our work guaiauleeu to give Nit isi.k ii.iii.
July 20, 1K7".-Iy. Siiim-i-k sor to Chi 1 C. tilerM, llee'd.
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
KID GLOVIiS. FANS, ETC.
K FOUTH STREET,
Bet. Market aud Jpflentuo,
J.niiTii illr, Ky
D. A. Craig.
W. J. Strayhoru.
W. K. D0BS01T,
Chureh Street, Comer South Cherry
triT W O I
I ZryT O l I, I) YOU
craig & co., fROSTIIWJITB&MOXROB,
Grain and Produce Merchants.
Have opened a large Wrtre-lmn'ie nt t he
Union Depot. They liave ample Mornee
room, and Milicit. ronKlgriiiniiR. orders
promptly antl sajisfnptorily fllleil, A fresh
upp!y of Family Oroceiies ulwayK on
hanil, at the very lowed price. Co ue ami
We have in stock a first-class assort
Also Harness from
12.00 to 100.00
To the citizens of Columbia and Maury county:
curetl the entire stock of
I desire to say, having se-
China, Glassware, Etc.,
Our work W flrst-elasv; the prices lower
than the same kind or worn pan ue nongni
O. B. POLK.
JAS. V. BROOKS. MachiulHU
THOM. J. WALKER, Travelinij Agent,
Brooks & Walker.
We respectfully Invite Ibe attention of
ine ell ik-uk ot loluniDia, Maury ami nu-
tolnluc counties that, we' have opened a
Sewlnii Machine Repair Shop. We c an toke
any old machine, put in new pan, wnere
neceiwHry, all the latent Improvements, and
make il as uood aa new. to the deilicht ai.d
HatlH'acliou of owners, and at a very piuall
J. V". lirookn has had fifteen years expen
ence In the manufacturing and repalrlnu
of all kinds nl Sewing MHChlut, aud will
ti ive tuit iMfiicilon or no chftritti made.
4ann. PIhIoIm and Ix-ckx repaired. Keys
fitteti, aud all ktudi of light iiiachluery re
paired with neatneija and dispatch, and
w e keep Machine eedle. Oil ana At
tach men Is. Uive um a call.
Correfepoodenoe wltli the country Kollclt-
Aeentaforthe latent Improved Wheeler
and W ilson Machine.
Otllce Klemlng Block, Dr. Sheppard's
old aland. ODnoeitv Klrt Prewt'Vterlan
Church, trardeu Street, Columbia, Tenn.
The road to health linn nt, Inst lias bten
found in the
Star Spring Bed Bottom
Tlieouly ailjiiHlllile Spring Bed known to
the world. We haviut; purchosed tile ri(;bl
oft 'olljs v Rnwll to sell iu the counties of
tjlles and Marshall, in this State, r. spcc.t-
fnlly ask yon all to cnll :iud exxmlne our
Sprint; lfeds for yourselves. We are inanu-
tHcturinit them in I'oluinhia, having con
nected it with our blacksmith hiisttiess, at
our out stand, on South Main Street, liar
ingalso purchnsed the royalty, we are pre
pared to sell to onr manv friends In Maury
county, satisfaction giiaianlecd or money
We refer by permission to the following
wdll-known gentlemen for their opinion of
t tiem: it. w. r ulwller, lir. Hnrrison, L)r
Bin ppaxt, tt.i'. Heavy, Hugn l.uoruon.
MRS. M. J. BRYANT'
A G EXT,
of Mr. .T. I,. Roml. antl securtl the OT.D OUEENSWARE STAND, (recent
lv oruiiictl liy Dohhins & r.nmn,) lam receiving such atlditions as will justify
me in sHvinir ihat mv stock of Ilouse-furnisiiinir (ummIs will lie count to any 111
the State. In view of the stringency of money matters, etc., 1 have tleter
minnl to ho MiitisKoil with SMALL PROFITS. I shall endeavor to keen eve
MARION IIAM1 1 rything needed hy a gotxl housekeeper, antl giving this department SPECIAL
ATIKM lt), can oner inuueemeius.
To the many frientls who have so lihcrally jiatronizctl me in the past, I re-
uru grateful thanks, and now say l desire your iraue.
GUARANTEE SATISFACTION !
Call and see me, Cor. North Main Street anil the Public Square.
May 17, 1S7S. "7".
ai Honey fcr Sad liquor.
Ktlwnrd Met iuire was held iu $.Vm
luiil ly United States CoinmisMioner
Smith yesterday on the charge of pflws
ing enunterfeit money. He tillered a
saliMin-keeper iiametl Dully, at Twen
ty-third antl Spring Garden streets,
tine of the new enunterfeit $" notes on
the First National Hank of Hanover,
houses, which in many towns m ithin in payment for hn alf pint of whisky
my olisorvation, makea a very large, a?id hastily departed without tLe
jK-rbaps the largest iiuuibtr of voters, cbaugo. jittfuilt-fjthiu Huns,
The Interest on State School Kuud will le
due on the 1st ot Jul V. 17S. Mauivcouutv
etf 1'nij.Mou the sin ol July. 1 will pro.
rata the same; also the balance of fund for
177, wtiictt is now iu tue nauda ot tue ooc
W. T.KD WARDS.
April 12, 1878. Trustee.
John Smith, col , vs. Hir.a Smith, col.
IT appearing from nmdavlt fllfd In this
cause t line the Klias Smith, col., Ik
a non-resident of the state of Tennessee: it
la tberetore orderel that she enter ber ap
pearance herein before or within lb first
three ilaysni: lie next term of the Chancery
Court, to be htld at Co umbia, on the rtrst
Monday In October next, Ikts, aud plead
aimwer or demur to complaluaut "a liili or
the same will tie taken for confessed as to
her, anil set lor hearing expnrte; that a
copy of till" order be published for four con
secutive weeks in the Columbia Herald
J une il, iSTS. P. S. COOfCR, c. M.
Keeps constantly on hand all the latest
Novelties of the Neason in Mllllnerv. Fancv
jwjiis, ..uiiuqn ano arieiies. nonciti. ana
Bold for casti. at prices never before heard i
of in nrclty. Agent for Madame Dtmorwii
reliable patterns. Stamping and pink- I
lupuLuc ... "irr.
April 12, l?78.-lv. M. J. BRYANT, Ag'f
mwwm for bus
Gov'mcnt Claim Agency.
Bv a late act. of Concress all soldiers ol
the'warof areentitled to a Tension of
SS.00 per month, and all their widows.
without recaid to the date of their marrl
ageor tlielr loyalty. All claims against
Government for property taken during the
war, and where parlies have flld their
claims aud their attorneys have left the
country or ne(ileled their interests, I will
attend to with tlssnHteu. lion nties. Pell
sioDH and all kinds of claims. IVrsons
communicating should enclose (.tarnp to
Insure answer. Office under Herald and
Mall, No. 22 North Main Street, Columbia,
March 22-77-ly. JOHN I WII.RON.
Carver & Horn's
HOG CHOLERA REMEDY.
A certain, effective and prompt cure, and
a Rtire preventive ot ine spremi 01 1110 uis.
ease. Price KM! a rackage. containing suf
ficient to cure twenty hogs. Save your bogs
at a cost 01 only ten cents a nean.
A. J. uai;v r.u s i i.,
Bepl7-ly. Nashville. Tenu
STOCK OF DRUGS
A VKRY desirable stock of Drugs, Me.ll-
2X. clues and store fixtures. Any peiaon
wishing to go into the Drug business would
do well to call upon me.
11. 1.. nr.i 1 11. r. r ,
April M l.VH.-.Jiu. Trustee.
ITelson Houso !
Jackson House 1
Blount Springs, Alabama,
South asd Noktii Ai.a. K. IU
Tfl-.'ATFD ill the mountains. Pure brac
king air; entirely free trom malaria tno
mosquitoes); oeautiiui scenery, aud the nn
st culpbur water on the continent. Hot
ulp'iur batnsal all Hours. h.asy of access;
mmedlately on Hie raiiroad. Iesa than 2n
hours ride from New Orleans; 12 hours from
Mohile-8 hours from Nashville or Mem-
F .tits. The new running will be handsoroe
y furiiished: diulns room and sleeDinz
accommodation nearly double that of last
These waters nnd baths are a specific for
rheumatism, neuralgia, dvsp.-riaia. chronic
Uiuri liiea. and ull disease arising from dls-
Fine band of music in constant attend
ance, and dancing ev ry night.
ror further lulormatloD, rate of board,
FULL STOCK OF STAPLE AUD FANCY OROCERlESf
-Imnorted and Domestic-
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO MERCHANTS
Cor. Xaiu auj Ki'Ut bts.,
HATES -'.00 1'ER DA V,
We also have a Livery Stable connected
with the house, with new aud elegant turn
outs, which will be furnished promptly by
applying tothe Proprietors. jHUll-77-tf.
Willi Benson A Ilrown,
No. M North College St., - NASHVIM.B
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Ioki 1 ig-CJ lasses,
Uotjiiet and Music StAiidx,
C'lirtl.-", Tasselnand Nail,
Chair t'aiu and
Tic-lures of all Kind",
NO. 38 UNION STREET,
Between College and Cherry,
NASHVILLE, - - TEXN.
S" TiOoking-OI.'iHscs l'''t bi obi
frames. Old Pictures and Frames Ke
Having an iiniiiensi' stock, and Ix lnif de
sirous ol red ileum It , we niter great. 1 Kl it I -Tl
INS In nil ilepnrl meiits. In Hliick ChnIi
mere, Alpiiceii, r liinin I and Casslinere
Stock Sfi's lHl bargains are ott. led. Avail
yonrsel ves of I his opport unity liy giving ua
an early cull.
L-FRANKLAND S GO.
NO. l'J UNION STRUCT,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
H. V.. BSSETT,
AND ICE-CREAM SALOON,
NO. 46 UNION STRECT,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
Ml Church Street,
NASIIVILLE, : : TENN.
MRS. E. FLUMMER,
No. X' North Summer Street,
4 DISEASED LIVER !
DUNCAN'S 1,1 ver aud KldDey Medicine
is a cur-for all diseases having their
origin In a diseased state of the Klduey or
1,1 ver, sucu aa nicit neaaat'iie, Jiyspepsia
Swimming In the Head, losa of appetite.
bad taste in the mouth, Heartburn, Ten
derness or rul lues over the Region of the
Stomach, Cramp t)ollc, Costl ven ess, I'.ilpl
t at Ion of the Hert, Pain In the B ick, Sides
and LI m lis, and all dlaeasea peculiar to fe
males. We can say to our friends that the
above medicine is Jast what it la represent
ed to be, aud la pronounced by every one
who baa used it, iar superior to iny i.iver
Medicine tbeybaveever used. We know
that It gives belter satisfaction than any we
have ever sold. Knowing it to be nurelv
vegetable, we can recommend it to our suf
ferinic friends. I'rice 7j ceuts. h'or snl-hv
Pillow & Woidridge. mayJ7-7.
AVINOthis day sut'estcd ttie Insol-
Teucy of the estate 01 jnrut r 1'inkstoii.
d. to the Clerk of the Countv I'm.n -,i
Murr county, Tennessee, notice Is herein-
given to all persons having claims aalns'l
said enate to file them duly authentieati
Willi aild Clerk ou or before the :iUi dsy of
October, 1K7K, for prorata distribution, or
they will be forever barred.
J. dx, J. llOWAtfl),
Wholesale and Retail Agency
For the world-reuowned I'lauoa of
Tocether with the Nation's favorlU-s, liaeon
A Kerr, Bacon A Haven, Haines Hros.. .1. A
C Kiseher, and the "Model I'iauo, (Alton
I'iano Co., I at prices from 1175.(10 upwards,
llrinilii for i imrehes, Ixslices anil I'arlor,
from the ceUtralcd makers, Mason Ham
lin, Kurdelt, New Kngland llrgHii to., anil
(i. A. I 'I nice A Co.. all liavliiK nrst-cias
Medals and indorsement 01 ine ,iiiKieHi
Profession and public Iu geueral. Prices
from g.'Hi.tw to t'tO-Ot. Cometltloii In genu
ine 'not bfssus) Inst rumen is met with pri
aud terms to suit the times.
Mirel Music for the million, al one to
ten cents per page first-class authors.
Largest assortment of Italian and other
Strings, and Small Musical Instrument.
Kastern discounts to Schools, the Profeii
ilnti an, I Cwilr Htj.res.
Correspondence solicited. Catalogues
sent on application. M ui-lc mnll'-d re.
-The Proprietor respectfully announces
that he has taken the agency for the sale ol
Llghte A Krnst Piano, (Successors to Llhte,
Newton A Hradrrary.) The following ex
plalna their position:
MAPisoy, I.nb, Dec. Ti. 1D7H.
To the Editor hSuic JVuife Jiei ii-u; A". I'..'
Will you please send me those back num
bers of your Review, which coulalnx the
exposure of those fraudulent Pianos, which
liear the name of good old makers. '
This country Is being canvassed by drum
mers, who try to balru off these good-h.r-uothlng
liistruuienls upon the ansunjuctlng
public, aud far. ners especially, as a real,
ten in lie so-and-so's make, rraiiduleiiliy
producing the old getiulue makers' price
lists, and askmit Ironi lour to eight hun
dred dollars for these bogus instruments,
Now the public Is made aware ot It. ud
i lies team ns arrested, ttie better. one ol
rnv voting trleuds paid tl.Kl.Uii for a Llgiile
A Ci. 's not woith over ti.'sl.lO, and I .hear
the iiiad'.iury is just the same If not worse.
Please publUh this In your able Journal,
Miid ssv some ol those who are about U be
Iraud Llghte A
In. V. W. litu KMiAMii:, Nnslivllle.Trnn.,
Wear Sir: Having Mill, red all the horror
incident tc NeiirMluia, in ull Hgiravalel
lorin, for elflileen iiiontlis, Indeed, nl tlmea
1 waa wild, delirious, writhed In agonies of
lsiu, was uiimuiingeiii.ie; my IhiiiiIv hav
ing to watcii me In the .imiiii during the
paroxysms to prevent my doing Iihijh to
myself; and iiHvtlig expended liundredn of
ilollars In traveling nml seeking relief to no
purpose, ami dually having liecome mi de
I.IHLaleii us to n. i'essltHle my withdrawal
trom hihI ccaMng to al'. nil to any litilnesa
alail. i went. li. 'l iillahoma wll h my fami
ly toH'iid be summer and try to recuper
ate a little. W hi le tin re I met Mr. Hsiuuel
M. A liienl, fiom Niisnville, lelin., lui ail
Vlsed I he u ,e .il uur "( in e," ,y t Ik. Ilw ,,r
wlilch be hud been cnreil nl a terrible cas.
1 llll'l really IiinI all hope ol ever Is'lllg
ured, but I ur iered by m ill a dnlltir pack
age from Niishvllle, more lor the piirpmeof
proving to I he i,eiiili Mum that there wan
i tie esse It w'uiiil not cure, than for any re
llef I expect, il to il. nve Irom lis use; tint ,
ttsik It according t illreclliins, Hud to my
own ama.ciiienl and I lie surprise of every
one ebte, II cnieii me. I sin now well ami
fully reftor.-il to comfortable feeling. Tb
cure WMsttlet(d h.lueen tliesth and tllli
of July, S7.'. Your. Only,
WM. li. MARTIN.
Having known Mr. Win. H. Marilii a
niimbei ,d . sis we t...ke pleHsiite Iu vouch
ing foi any siut.-iiient he msy make.
Respeci lolly, lien y, lieiiiovllln A Co.,
(Imy, K Ii k man A Co., Mori Is A Slialtun,
L'vans. ! lie, I'oi ler A I o.
Ttie above cure is sold by Coluirihla
Hotel aud Restaurant
(Newly Refitted In 1- lisl-Class Style.)
Open tiny Mid night, nt Nasbvlle Mini
( liHttn.K.t-H hii.I M. J.oiiIm Ilallrond lepot,
Nash vtlle, 1 it ii. Keejis on hand a full sup
ply of Kresh oysters. I'lisi-engeis will be
called day or night tn time tor the depait
Ute of all trains. Meals ready upon arrival
of every trsln. The hm Is furnished with
the finest Win. s, I .I'juors snd Ctgms. p(.
Itteclerks aud servsijis are in ailudaneH
at all hours. Ladies' pnvule dining room
lust handsomely n fitted.
octS-bDi. RoliKRTtVKH Trop 'r.
(Tlie I.lKhte A Co. Is
m.i.is. I'.eware oi un
of them are made ly Hale,
railbury Pianos; many
F.mstmke the mly genuine Llghte Pi
others fcu. M. T. R.)
other correspondence can lie shown ex
posing 6.SJU jiuino. with olhercateh names,
by applying to W U"loh fctrttl, Nushvllie,
JAS. A. vtt.t JC.
Mrs. S. J. Little,
No. 27 North Hummer Street,
SAS1I V1LLK, : : TEXX.
ISonrd fQ per week; cetiln per lav and
night. aug4 ly.
Porter. Bryan &Alford,
M'holesale Ik-alcra In
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
I'roprletom of the t eiebrated
"PORTER RIFLE" CIGAR- -
J UUV iuti-i