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Kihtkohy YY. A.Smitii.M. IX.rii.D.
n uts jiy tii if :unra home.
When my good ship comes home from a?a,
Full sail, with fair winds, piping me,
"What treasures will she lirluij for rnc?
Toll me, yo wandering winds that fly
Faster llian white-winged ships that flee,
Like clouds through upper deeps of sky!
J1.V ship ii a t iiih ,'inrc xhip, hurrah!
"Will she bring t pices sweet, anil gold,
And costly silks wrapped fold in fold,
And luxuries from nations old?
Tell mo, ye stars that light her way,
Though billows upon billows rolled,
Ju drenching showers or silver spray!
M 'htp U 11 Vmpcranee xhip, hurrah.'
Jlas she a precious freight of stones,
(Such as kings wear who sit on thrones,
With glowing crowns and sparkling r.one?
Tell me, ye clouds that hover uear,
K.ift'iiln the light of slurs and moons,
Tiia lift and lead the waters here!
Mi) hip ix n t-mirrnnrr hurrrth.'
Tlietli-lt ie t lenipcrnii'f convention
for M:nirv itiiil tin :t I i i ii nir counties
Is apMinted to Ik; held at Mount 7ytn,
near Curler's ( 'reek st.it ion, Thursday',
July 2"tli. EvcryU'dy is invited.
We saw the Proceed in jrs ftf the last
session ofth. .rami 1x10 of Tennes
see, l.-O. (J. T., in the bands of the
Nashville publisher yestciilay; hence,
wt! exnert that they will soon lie dis
tributed to the lxl';es.
At the rec;-nt lies. liauoUet, in
Kuoxville, twelve editors who hap
neiied to Is- sittintr together at the ta
ble, did not tourh the champagne,
though it was toured into their glass
es; and several res'smses to toasts were
made with cold water.
Dr licftwirh of F.I m Street church,
Nashville, ami K-v. II. A. .lones, of
MrMiiinville, speak of attending our
district convention, and making ad
1 1 I Mill I ..
"Yill you take something?"
IJeniian teetotal r to fricnl,
standing near a tavern,
if I do," was the reply
let us dake a va!k."
'I don't care
A Nebraska saloon keejK-r became
soalH-eled bv He- telillM-iaiire agita
tion that be inoinised to reform; so hi
nut outasigti. "Owing to the cause of
reform all fifteen rents drinks
hereafter be sold for ten cents."
John P.. (iough made his last ad
dress in this country before sailing to
England at the Mount V l non ( 'hureh
hi Piostm on Wetlnestlay evening of
last week. Mr. (ioiigli, it is stated,
experts to be abcnt tvt years,
lie appeared to be ab'Jost gone
Polling his eyes toward the partner of
his Utsom, be ga.-ped: ."P.ury me
'neath the weeping willow, and plant
:i simple white rose above my lu-ad."
"Oh, it's no use," she .-napped out.
'V.nir nose would scorch the roots!"
lie got well.
Mcoholw as disc ov n il years ago
in r:ihi:i. : 1 1 1 I wa-s Useil by latlieswitll
:i iHtwiler for piinting (heir faces.
Since that time it has been used main
lv liv L'eiitlemen !r painting their
im-es. and used in a plain state lie-
cause they required no piwd-r.
A iiiiH.-ioiiarv paper puts this stri
king cont r.ist : We spend aununlly in
this -ouiiny 7ihi,immi,imni for intoxica
ting drinks. All the IkimiiIs of miss
ions for the salvation of the world less
In Mississippi, the P.iandon ,V pn-
Ikidi directs special attention to tin
t u t that land can In- loiight in Hint
Shite for ten cents an acre, while whis
key costs fifteen cents a drink, "and
vet many people who send a dollar a
lay for whiskey arc without land."
The Egyptians are said to have first
made In-cr by pouring hot water on
barley and allowing the fluid to fer
incut. It has liecn said that they call
ibis drink "boiizv." from Pusiris, the
name of a citv which contained the
tomb of I he god Pusiris or Osiris. So
s.ivs one ol our 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 II autliors, we
get the tel in 'boiiv,'' which we h
Oy to ajinan who has taken a great
ileal of lccr, and whom we call a hou
7.y fellow. The word l-cer trobably
comes from barlev. or from the He
brew worl corn.
7 , '. I
l)t: vi; l.i; . Ml. Ah u l.lge, I. .
ti. Templar- hp '. ":i Wedm-wlav tiiirlit
t lie I L'tli int. ( iti !o t lie rain ther
m re I'lily a' ut I'.ii ty iik iiiIm-i- pr
nt. .1. II. .M.uniy, mo. Ihttson,
.loll n lit-HI. .1. W. Hill llliee, Wi-
m-r have In en i i-t.illeil. Alter whieh
"I'Ik-oM War II.um' and lev. W
1). 4'herry made appropriete -i'eehe
whieh were well received ly Ilie lxle.
l-'olir ot liel - "ere t lei led f ir t lie llext
nn-etiiiL'. It w a llmiiglit advisable to
have our next inei-ting mi the evening
t" th' l"m!i, ;it I o'elo. k, iiiorderthat
the ML'ed 1 1 1 .IV be enabled to come Ut
and , hear and enlit with their
ebildreii if iliptt-e., in ilii-ariny that
is trying to put down one of the rea!--st
vi!.- that ever i'tired any land.
William-, l.d-e ne t l.i-t nii;ht at
r.pe s Chapel. S illi r me to say that
at tliis plaee wlinv for perhaps fortv
years the ery h.-is b--en vroim; up bv
till- Methoili.-I lllillls'ers of (be Tell-nes.-.ie
Confeii-iu', ' I '.-hold the Lamb
oftiod that takethaway tlie -.jus ,,f
the world,"' while 1 1 : 1 In 1 1 Is liave
xieen I ton i irain, we did n.,( reeo-ni.e
lli" faee i'a:t ! I stew -in I or class lead
er. 1're-s of b;i ilie--. or im lenient
Mcalh-T, of eoiii-i', was the eaitse l
their lei'ig absent, due f.imilv has
lrt-'ii lonu: nrUieted by sirkm ss. ;,.
hide to tke t;:miJy of our old friend,
("ol. 1'iel ling 1 1 -I ii i, who is nearly
ninety years of age, with Aunt Nancy,
iii- wife, who in only live years Ih.'-
A I 11 M- J iC. "V
il l .la.. v
hiiid her husband. Both are quite
feeble. They are being cared for by
their son, Col. HeiulcrHon Helm and
his noble wife; fhe, too, being in very
In company with Bro. W, P. Cher
ry, we spent a short time with them.
It was really a season of rejoicing, and
we were glad we were o fortunate as
to Iks enabled to meet with them once
more in the flesh this side of the River.
I'mle Fielding gave us a good anec
dote alsnit whiskey slaying its tens of
thousands, and then we had song and
prayer by 15ro. Cherry, and a fifteen
or twenty minutes' ride found us at
Tope's Chapel, which was lit up and
ready, with quite number of the
young men, with some married folks,
the finest looking in the nelghltor-
hood, (as you know Dr., the best look'
ini? attend the temperance meetings.)
After prayer, Bro. Cherry led off
his usual stvle. for nearly one hour,
with a good sensible wieeeh, portray
ing the evils of intemperance, . and
pleading with the young to enlist in
this rrreat battle. Then "tne old war
horse," for about one hour, Just lieat
himself. .He reminds us of the auc
tioneer, in one sense, the last always
the liest. To undertake to give a de
scription of either of the speeches
would be doing injustice to them.
Several at the close of the speaking
enlisted. The Ivodeo meets at their
hall next Friday. Yours in F. H. & C.
1. H. S., Sr.
tfiat a Plant Bid.
A little plant was given to a sick
girl. In trying to take care of it, the
family made changes in their way of
living. First, they cleaned the w in-
dow, that more light might come in to
its leaves; then, when not too cold,
they would open the window, so that
f.iesh air might help the plant to grow.
Next, the clean window made the
rest of the room lot ik so untidy that
they ued to wash the floor and walls,
and arrange the furniture more neat
ly. This led the father of the family
to mend a broken chair or two, which
kept him home several evenings.
fter the work was done he stayed
home, instead of spending his leisure
at a tavern, and the money thus saved
went to buy comforts for them all.
Ami, iw the home grew attractive, the
whole family loved it and each other
hotter than ever ltefore, and grew
healthierand happier with their flow
The great temerance revival has
swept over the land, and a very large
numlter of the Presbyterian reports
make crateful mention. Some of the
reports speak ef the temperance revU
vals in the congregations of their lrs-
byteries as the r-sults of the religious
revivals of the previous year. Others
peak of them as resulting in religious
revivals. And all speak of them as,
ca'is'or efl'ect) as having a direct con
nection with and an important Itear-
ing upon religion. It thus apears
that the conscience of the Church lias
licen quickened and enlightened to an
unwonted degree to the evil of Intem
perance, and to the duly, in all possi
ble legitimate and Christian ways of
arraying Cnristians individually, and
the Church as a whole, against this gi
gantic evil. And if this shall le done,
the outlook in this direction is bright
I'ntli )tlitical iarti in tho State
if Mniur have aliittol the iroliiltitry
liiiior law as a plank in their plat
forms. That fact in tho Ix-st oille
ar.iiini'iit to pnvo that the law IslMtth
popular ami itxrfuf. Mr. Neal Dow
savs: ''Si-an-fly any l!iuor is oll in
PorllaiKl otmpareil with the quantity
noli I lfir' tin- law. We had in Maine
sixty-oiirht ilistillt-riw niakiiiK whiskey
ami rum wveii of them in Portland,
Iai;t' ones, runnin;; iiijht and day;
now there in not one in the State. At
the name time West India ram wa
imported by the cargo many cargoes
every year -cargoes m great ship.
Now not a single puncheon is import-
ted here. To-day I do not Itcliovc
then-is a puncheon of ruin or hogs
head of whiskey in the State. For
merly we had rum shop, wholesale
ami retail, in all parts of the State;
now no visible rum-shop in the State.
It would he well to have a carefully-
prepared and wcll-atteted statement
now made of the elleet of this law up
on the crime, pauperism and taxation
of the State. Ix-t us know just what
the facts are.
WHAT MKS. JENKS KNOWS.
Theory of the Potter Committee
About the "S." Letter.
Washln;toii special torewterday ' Cincinna
The lVinocrats f the committee
liave this theory: (inv. Tackanl m'r
here at the time of Mr. Jenk' visit
ami pi-evious thereto. When he wrote
for the lady he told her tohiing a dc-
ument with her that Anderson wild
was in poscslon of Mrs. Wehcr.
Packard at this time was pressing
Sherman to apitoint mm to the .ew
prh'Hiis t'ollei-torship. lie wanted
the Sherman letter to give him that
place. Ms. Jenk came here, hut Hi
not Itehcved that Mie induct! Mr
cUt to let her bring the letter to
Washington hut that he wa jtermit-
tel to read it. I ixin her arrival she
c. tiled on Sherman, told him of it ex
istenec, and in whose custody it was,
and that Sherman to keep her quiet
apiMtjnted her husband to a place in
the New Orleans cu.-tom-houe; that
meanwhile she went iwick to Packard
and Kellogg, returned to New Or
leans, ami secured from Mr. Welter,
under promise of a place from Sher
man for her, the original letter, which
was went to Sherman, and which he
has destroyed, but which, while in
Mit. .Iciiks' custody, was photograph
ed, and for which reason, though he
lis." destroyed the original, John Sher
man is afraid to emphatically deny
America is Stl Ahad.
An KiiglishJ.--ientist ha invenleil a
contrivaiiee so delicate that the sound
made bv a fi v' foot in walkingo er the
Mtunding N-ard can e hear! at the
other end of the telephone, nii!eaway.
I he i-.iisLsu setentist, wiiolstnerely at:
imitator, will have to take a lack m-at,
hov. ever. America's inventor. 5fr.
Kdisoii, has iK-rftH-ted a machine hv
which vou ran hear a tlv wink in
IaiikIoii, bv cable, and the noise made
by a man thinking i distinctly audi
ble thousands of miles awav. It will
lake smnc pretty able-limbed lying for
the Ki'.irhsh to i-at this. f Norr's own
Herald. Pixth! Nonsense! Potter's
tinmittee cttuld lx-at it and give you
six I'liilidelrihia Bulletin.
A Ihiv at a eity street entssiinr hav-
ing beuisl Komethitig of a gi-ntlemait,
tbe latter told him he would irlv him
soinethiinr as he ciime ltH-k. "Your
honor wuu'd U u iij 1 if you knew
the money 1 have 1 by givioj cied-
lt timt wa
THE OLD RELIABLE
NO. 7 SOUTH
-IS NOW CONDUCTED BY
(Successors to Andrews, Barkley & Co.,)
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED GENUINE
Deeres Walking Cultivators!
k Wo inion.i uuiiino oion-HiiiK' iii
inn ii'i n iiiiifc .r.. ...... ...
price lie fore purchasing.
FOIL STOCK OF STAPLE
wrs rffrT V'r. I ' J F""";';'vWt"
Cor. Main and Eight St.".
STATE M E N T
Bank of ColumlDia,
AprU 21), 187S.
Noten, Bills, Bonds etc aai,K:in.ii.;
Furniture account, lucluding safe.. 1,:iiiii (
CattU aud Bank balances, 1 l"i,7
CapltAl Block SKMl.noo
amount unpaid, oO.ouo J.VI.ono.oo
rndivlded profit., ..l,t-)J,.J)
Total amount of capital pHld and
andlved pronts, Siol tiV2.:to
W. P. ING RA M, President.
C. P. CECIU Cashier.
J. W. H. Ridley, I. L. Wlllloms,
. W. Fltrpatrlck, J J. Uranberry,
W. B. WilBOn, C.P.Cecil,
W. P. Inaram
P(JfG BfCfJ FOWlS.
Breeder and fc'uipper of
pW8 M Lani aai Water Foils
Kt;e for hntchlns in Season. Fowls for
sale at all tliuen. Prvmpt attention K'ven
to all ordrni and communications, which
are respectfully solicited. octlU-i -ly.
COL.U M BIA, TENNESSEE.
Boardaml Loiigiug $J).(K) jier month
Titcomb & Towlcr,
At the Old Sand, Corner Scruik Main Si.
and Public Square,
John Smith, col., vs. Ellin Smith, col.
T appear! rig from Mlidavlt Mini in tin.-
a non-reaident of the Slate of TenneKs--: it
la therelora ordered thaUshe enter her n
pearance herelu before or within the first
tbree daya ot the next term of the Chancery
Court, to be h Id at I'o umhia, on the II I'M
Monday in tictotter next, IN7S, Hint pu-aI,
answer or demur to complainant's lull, or
t he amine will he taken for on le-o-.il ns to
Uer, aud t for hearing exarte: that a
copy of this order be published for fourcon
neeutlv weeks In the Columbia Herald
Jane 21, 187. D, a COOP RU, C. & V,
Reapers & Mowers
Meikle's Double Shovels'
mir liiif :ls low hs itosslble. ('all and
- -- A ......
MID FAHCY GROCERIES
OFFERED TO MERCHANTS
W. V. TUCKER.
J. T. & W. F. TUCKER,
Wliolesala and Retail
North-east Corner lubllc Square,
Cohimtiia, : : : Tennessee
ItoRlers In cotton and all kinds of prodnce.
Lint-ral ad vnnces made on goods In store.
O. B. POLK.
The road to health h;ut at lst bas been
found In tbe
Star Spring Bed Bottom
I'lieonly ailjiistihle Spring Ited known to
I he wot Id. We lia vinir purchased the rlgbt
ol I'olliK ,l-HusHell to sell In the counties of
(iiles and MnrKMnll, In this Htale, rexpect
fully ask you all to call and examine our
Spring Beds for yourselves. Wearemanu
lacturliii! them in Columbia, having con
nected It with our blacksmith business, at
our old Ktand, cm South Main Street. Hav
lnmilso purchased the royalty, we are pre
pared to sell to onrmany friends in Maury
county. Salifciacllon guaranteed or money
w- e refer by permission to the following
wdll-known gentlemen for thelroplnlon o
them: It. W. Fulwller, Dr. HarriMon, II'
Sin ppHid, U. P. Seavy, Hugh T.Uordon.
MRS. M. J. BRYANT
A G E X T
Keeps constantly on liaml PlI The latest
Novelties ol the season in Millln.erv, Fancy
ntons, xtiious ana varieties, im .uitht and
sold lor cash, at prices never be lore heard
of In urcily. Auent lor Maditme ltemorest'8
reliable patterns. stampln f and pink-
iujz done to order.
April 12, 1S7N.-Iy. M. J. 15U VAST, Ag't'
Jackson H.ouse !
Blount Springs, Alabama,
Sol'TII AM) NuKTIL A. I.A. K. It.
T H.AT1".1 In the. miviints ins. Pure brae-
I t j ini; air; entirely ir-e u om malaria (no
1 ... ....... - liuilllllflll ...... nr.- u...l , .. i .. .
! sl Milphur water o: the continent. Hot
ulpliiu hat hs al all lioitrx . Eii-ty ol access;
I tiiiueiliiitely on Hie riirm id. Iss than 2)1
i hours rule from N j rlef us; 1J hours from
Motil-;s Ihiois frntM a hville or Mem
pins. Tlie new niitldiDg ill lie handsome
ly luruiaued; dininic m ui and sleepinx
arcoiuiiuMlalion nearly douhle that of lat
These waters and bnths area specific for
r!u um.ttlsin, u.ti'ral;ia, 'dyspefwla, chronic
ili.-irrhet. and all Ui-vase arising fiotn dis
l-'lue hand of mnstc iq constant attend-ani-",
and dancing ev ry niplil.
For farther luloriuMtiv a, rate of hoard,
etc.. prlvto H, i). HOKT,
J. r. STREET.
BOTS AND EIEN'S SADDLES,
ALL KINDS MECHANIC TOOLS!
Hubs, Spokes and Fellows,
s2l (2z n mi 3
Steel and Chilled Iron Plows!
GUM and LEATHER BELTING!
All Kinds Leather Work Made and Eepaired
Well and Promptly.
STREET, EMB.EY & CO.,
EAST SIDE l'UliLU-SCiUAl'K,
SHEPPARD k HARRISON
DRY-GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, STAPLE AND FAN
CY GROCERIES, WHEAT, CORX, MEAL, FLOUR, BA
CON, LARD, SUGAR, COFFEE, SALT,
evervthinir iiuallv kent in a
bank's Standard Scales, CORN, HAY, HOGS, CATTLE, ETC.,
and guarantee their prices to lie a eheap as the cheapest.
Junction: ML Pleasant and Haniihire pike,
To the citizen of Columbia and Maury county:
cured tlie entire stock of
China, Glassware, Etc.,
of Mr. J. L. Bond, and Hecured the OLD (JUEENSWARE STAND, freeent
ly oecupietl by Dobbins & JJrown,) I am receiving such additions as will justify
me in faying that my ftock of
the State. In view of tlie strinsrenev
mined to lie satisfied with SMALL PROFITS. I shall endeavor to keep eve
rything need"d by a goid housckeeixT, and giving thid department SPECIAL
ATTENTION, can oiler inducement.
To the many friends who have so liberally patronized me in the past, I re
urn grateful tiiauks, and now say I desire your trade.
Call and see me, Cor. North Main Street and the Public Square.
May 17, 1878. W. 2FL. TT . AIWI.
South Main Street,
The rooat anperb tnrnouU furnlshetl on the
rales. Kneclal attenUon paja i rtoar.tittir
omnihu-M from our table, mal mi orders lea
mm n isi ss
Machine Oil !
first -cla house. Also weighs on Fair-
I desire to say, having se-
Jiouse-furnislimg (tol.s will ie cual to any in
of money matters, etc., I have deter
ahnrte t notice, and at the moat reawtnaoe
t-a atoi m-i" "-""-
at the it tei or we ww receive pmro m
La Pierre House,
iVb. 37 Summer Street,
NASHV1IXE, . : . TENNESSEE.
tl SO I'EIt ;iA. K
teaf Neatness and
law at this house.
- .x K - J
Clrenlars pttitltiE course of Mudy, sml oth
er partlculnrK, wlil Ik win on appll-nl loll
to HEV. Ul-XJ. BW K r1 J , Kl'rtor.
fnlvl3-ly. 'oluir.liii. Ten it
TURB1HE VATER H.
GUARANTEED THE BEST.
Stout, Mills & Temple,
Manufacturers and Proprietor.
AlO.KIonr and Ta
per Mill Mnohlnt'ry,
and Uf-neral Mill Knr
nishers. Iartre lllus
triite! catHlogne sent
flee on Mpplicalion to
Stent, Milld & Tem
ple, Dayton, Ohio, or
J, m CASLEB,
October 2(1-1 y.
A. DOMECR S
Fancy Goods ; Emporium,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
KID GLOVES, FANS, ETC.,
105 FOUTH STREET,
Bet. Market and Jefferson, Lotii.n iUr. h'y
M'pi l-I j .
V. A. Craig
W. J. Slrayhoiu.
A. F. Aydelolte.
CRAIG & CO.,
Grain and "Produce Merchants.
Have opened a large Wnre-lionse nt the
lTtilon I'i'pol. Thev have ample (tornu
rmm, and solielt coustmnn. nis. i inlets
promptly and satislm-toi ii tilled, A Iresli
-apply ill Family iiin-erl-s ulvs on
hni. at. the verv lowebt lulce. 'o n- and
GoY'mcnt Claim Agency.
P.y a late act of Concri ks all soldiers (,t
the war of IM2 areenllt led to a pension ol
is.tll per month, and all their widows,
u'liliniit reimul to the date ol their mai i i-
aiieor their loyalty. All claims nnlust
( jovei iiin.iit for nronertv taken diu iim tiie
war. and where narlics have fili their
claims and their Rtlorneys have left, the
z-oimlrv or neelicted Ihelr itiN-reslH, I will
.itiiil in with ilssnaich. Houulles. fell
slonsand all kinds of claims. IVrsoiis
tiunicHlintc Blionld enclos' stamp to
iiwiirn annwcr. Orlice under Herald and
Mail, No. 22 North Main Htreet, Columbia,
March 22-77-ly. JOHN I- W1LHON
Carver & Horn's
HOG CHOLERA REMEDY.
A certain, eflectlve and prompt cure, and
n cum nrwuniive of l.ie snread of tlie dis
ease. Trice limi a I'ackaye, coiilalniiiK suf
flcient to enre twenty ttous. Have your hogs
at a cost ol only ten c nls a head.
A. J. CAKVKIt A ('.,
sep!7-Jy. Nashville. Tenn.
STOCK OF DRUGS
A VKKY desirable stock of Prims, Medi
cine and store lis I u res. Any peiaoii
wishing to K into tlie Drug business would
do well to call u,n me. yy
April 28 lN7S.-3m. Trustee.
Uelson House !
Mays & Dodsou
RATES $2.00 l'EK DAY
We also have a Livery Hlahle connected
with the house, with new ond elegant turn
outs, which will be furnished promptly by
applying to the Proprietor. jauIl-"7-lf.
I DISUSED LIVER I
TLTNCAN 'H Liver and Kidney
1J is I
a cnr- for all dlseanea liavlnif tbelr
origin in a diseased slate of the Kidney or
Li ver. such a riiclt rieauai im. lnsnepsia.
tSwImming In the Head, loss or appetite,
bad taste lu the mouth, lies it born. Ten-
derneasor Kullneaa over the lteglon of tbe
Sitomacb, Cramp Colic, Costlvenesa, Palpi
tation of the Heart, I'alQ in the Bsck, Siden
and Llinlis, and all dlieasea peculiar to fe
males. W , can say ut our friends that the
above medicine is just what it i represent
ed to be, and is pronouucexi ny every one
who has used it, lar superior u any i,iv r
Medicine they haveever used. We know
that II glvea belter nalislnctiou than any we
have ever sold. Knowing it to bo piip iy
vegetable, we can recommend Jt to our suf
fering Ii lends. I'l ice Tj cents, l-'or -uli-by
1'iUow V VVoldiide. may 1. -7s.
The Interest on Stale School Kiiinl will Is-
due on the 1st of July, ls;s. Maury eoi.nly
geUll.n:"".H.s ou thefith ol July. I wili put-
raw me same; aistt mi- immn'-e ot luiiij lor
Is'T. which la now in the hand of the con.
stables for collection.
April 12, 1S78. Ti iistcc.
When you want
Suit for Dress or Business wear
Boy's und Children's School
and Play Suits,
Elegant White Vests?
Dress and Business,
HUNT IN G TON,
Opposite Maxwell House.
W. K. JSk FA!"LANP.
W. K.. EIcFarland c Co.f
Doors, Sash., ZBlixxds,
MOULDINGS AND SUINGLES.
ALL KINDS OF DRESSED LUMBER
CONSTANTIA" ON HAND.
Ofliee and I'laiiiiig Mill No. M North College aud .:. N
Nash villi:, Tkxn.
VAN S. L.INDSLEY, M. D.,
Gives his exclusive attention to the medical and surgical
treatment of tho diseases of tho
Eyo, Ear, Tlioat and JSTo&o,
Nt. 14 Smith Cherry Strut,
NASHVILLE. : : : : : TENNESEE.
GIERS ART GALLERY !
No- 45 Union Street. NASHVILLE, TENN.
The undersigned having purchased the enl Ire slock, woiklin; Insli iiinents and good
will of I lie l I Kits A I IT tt A LLKKY, woulil respect In My iiiiiioin 1 1 ml he Is In I lv jirepar-
ed and deletmineil Ui niaiiitJtiti tlie repul4vtlon ot Ilie eslntillslinieiil as the I'llts!' A flT
I.I.KUV iii ihe Southern stales. All Improveinenls
July 21), 1K77.-Iy.
W. K. DOBSOIT,
Church Street, Corner Smith Cherry
1) ECO HA TORS,
Willi r.enson A: Urown, j
No. North College St., - NASHVILLK
Manufacturer and Dealer lu
l'ietuie Ii. lines,
lioijuct :nd Music Stands,
Canls, Tassi lsiunl Nnils-,
Chair Cain and
l'ictures of all Kinds,
NO. 38 UNION STREET,
Detween College and Cherry,
NASHVILLE, - - TENN.
Lookinu-ftlasscs put in old
frames. Old l'ietures ami Frann-H He
H. V. BASSETT,
asj) jci:-cri:a m kaloox,
NO. 4H UNION HTKKKT,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
Wholesale and Retail Agency
For the world-renowned I'lanua of
Touetlier with the Nation's favorites, Uhcoii
Kerr, Uncoil Haven, Haines ltrt J.
C. Fischer, anil the "Model Tlauo, (Arlon
Piano 'o.,i at prlt from JlT.i.oO upwards.
ircHii for ( 'hiirches, IslK-s aud 1'arlor,
from Ihe celhral'sl mnkers, Muson A Usui
llu, lJurdell, New Knglsnd Orifn Co., and
. A. 1'rmce A Co., all havlUK first-clas
Med sis anil lndnrstinent of the Musical
I'rotesslou and puhlic In Kcneral. I 'rues
from f-'iu.'Wto i.Ou.mi. Coinpeiliimi In icetiu
lue (not bogus) lnslrumenta met with prices
aud terms to suit the times.
nhrrtntiiilcliirtbe million, at one to
ten centa prr pat;e nrst-tdass authors.
jvtrgeal assortment of Italian and other
Htrintts, ami SiiihII MusleaJ Instrument.
Kastern discount to Hcboola, the Profes
sion and Btsik Htores.
Correspondent) solicited. Catalogues
sent ou application. Music mailed free.
Tlie Proprietor respectfully announces
that he has taken the agency for the sale ot
Light A Krnst I'lsno. (Hnoiessoia to Llhte-,
Newton Bradbury.) The following ex
plain their position:
Madison, 1n, Iec. T,, 16T.
To the J-jJUur Munic Timli' Jlei irw, -V. '
Will vou please send me those buck iium-
beraofyour Kevlew, which corilains the
exposure of thoae Irautluleut Plamm, which
Itear the name of kihsI old makeis.
This country la beluR canvassed by drum
mers, wno try to ttaim on inese tKKj-for-uotlnni?
Instruments u)-ou the unsuspecllmc
pumic, ami larmers (-specialty, as a real.
aeuulue so-autl-so'a make, frauilulently
irtsluciiiK the old genuine makers' price
mis, and ask Ing from lour to eight liuu
Ired dollais for lln-se Isiuus lnstruineiits. "
Now tlie public Is inaile aware ol II. and
1 hew sesmps arresu-d, I lie bi'lt-r. One ol
my young Iriends paid Jlu.(m for a Llghle
iV- i t. s not wotllt over ti.Hi.Mi, and I Ibear
the Hriul'iuiy is just the same If not. woise.
Please publish this in your able Journal,
and save sonic of t host who are about to lie
awludled. Ilespecl fully,
J. Mkkhi:u, J ai tson.
(The Llxhte Co. la a fraud Lighte A
Krnst make the only Ketiiilne Lllflite Pi
ati'is. lieware of all liratlliuiy Piauos; many
ot them are mmle by Mule, Hardiuau und
title is Eli. M. T. IC.)
Other Ctiriespondencti can be shown tx
plr.g bngus puinttt, with other cutch names,
by applying luff' Cnloli Istreet, Nashville,
JA A.Mcl tlUE.
a Stylish Spring-
to call on
W.M. II. DA HU
AN1 IE.J.Ei:s IN-
.U llliprovetneilis in pnoioi .ijMiy lite pitni'i.ijr
W. 1Z. AltlUKTItllfJ,
" -ssnr In Carl C. tilers, IM-c'd
Iln lli' an Immense sloi II, mid lielng de
sirous ol i- (lui iim ii , we otter gn nl It l-.l il ( -Tl
INS in all iii pin i nieiits. In liiack Cash
mere, Alpm-i M, t- e ti el and Cassliuern
Sloek speeml bargai ns are till red. Avail
yourselves oi tliin opoi I im ity by giving ua
au em ly cull.
L-FRANKLAND & GO.
no. n union htki:i:t,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
Ml ( 'hutch Street,
NASHVILLE, : : TENN.
MRS. E. FLUMMEB,
No. .TJ North Isumiucr Htroet,
1)11. F. W. ilil i:.Nin i.i.i:, NsshvlllP.Tenn.,
Iii sr Sir: llnvinj.-Mill, ri d nil Ihe mirrors
liii'ldenl to .N en i ;i J t lit . in all HKKravaled
lorni, for elKhleen monllii, ti ili-ed, at limes
I wa u lid, ili llrioiiH, writhed In auonlta of
pnlu, was uiiiiiKiiSKeulile; my family liar
I ii K to waleh me lu Ibe .oom tlurluii the
paroxysms to prevent in.v ilolni lit-rin to
myself; aud having t xpeinli d iiiimlieiis of
dollars in travc ilex and seekliiK relief to ho
ptirHse. and IliiHlly having l-ecoma so d
hllllaleif as to iiiei'ssilale my wllhdratval
Irom aiel ci hsIiik to ill rend lo miy bln-lness
at all. 1 t-vt-nt to '1 nllatiouia with my laml
ly lopeid he summer and try to recuper
ate a lilile. W bile tin re I met Mr. Hsiiiuel
M. A tneii t, from N HstiMlle, 1 etui., who ad
vised the use til your Cure," by Ihe u-e of
blcli be IimiI In en ciiretl of it terrible case.
I bad really lost nil hope ol ever lielng
li red. but I ordered by ln.ill a dollar pack
age from Nsshvlile, mine lor the punjMjaeof
proving lo I lie geiiilemnn Ihst there was
t tie ruse II wmi Iii mil cure, thuii for any re-lli-f
I expectetl l ileilve Iroi.i lis nse; but.
Itsik It ix-cortliii i illrt t-tlona, and to my
own amar.eiiieiii ami ihe mi prise of every
one else. It cured mn. I am now well ami
fully rertort-d hi eointortable feeling. The
cure was i Heeled Is lwt en thesih and m,
of July, 1ST Your li uly,
WM. n. MAIITIN.
Having known Mr. Win. It. Marun a
number ol yenis we Inke plensure in tuch
Ing lor any stiiiement he ni make.
Id-sjM i-i mlly, l',.,riy, I ii-movil lit t Co.,
(rsy, K n k iiihii V Co., Morris A Htratton,
Kvans, File. Pta ler A ( o.
"The above cure Is hold by Columbia
Hotel and Restaurant!
(Newly ItefltteU lu First-Class Hlylo.)
Open day ami night, nt, N'sshvlflc arid
ChattHtiiHigii and SI. Louis Knllroiid Ih(h.i,
Nashville, l' mi. Keeps on band itlull sup
ply ol Fresh Ovsiers. Passengets will Im
called ilay or night In time lor the depart
ure of all trams. Meals reinlv upon srt tvnl
ot eveiy triiln. -1 lie i:,ir is lie n isht d wit II
the finest Wines, LIijiiois and I Igars. Po
llleelerks nml servHins are in Hii.enuance
al all hours. J,m.ii-' pmutc illume room
Just liamlsoiiiely refitted.
octo-bm. lUUlKLT KV1.S prop 'r.
Mrs. S. i. Little,
No. 7 North Hummer Htrttt,
NASHVILLE, : TENN.
Hoard ! per week; K cenU per itav ami
nlfhl. aiu.'l ly.
Porter, Bryan &Alford,
Wluil sale ls-alera In
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Proprietors of the Celebrated
"PORTER RIFLE" CIGAR-
I w NV OC 1 D V () II