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Edited ij y W. A. SMiTii.Jt. D., Ph. D.
NPEECII OF TU C OL AFfLE-TBEE.
I am an old apple-tree,
Pylng, you see.
Though lUe beet In the orchard
I used to be.
I have borne many apples
For Fanner Brown
To store In his cellar or
Sell In the town.
Ilehaaerrt"" ray apples,
Both green and dry,
M hen ste ed and when roaster.,
In pudding and pie.
Thus used, they were good, giving
Pleasure and health,
Increasing his comforts,
Ills Ktrength and wealth.
And his laughter and mirth;
For It was I
Who furnished the fruit for
The paring pie.
Thus it was in limes past, and
Would be still,
Had no apples been sept to
Not Brown's children are ragged,
ills wife Is sad,
And the farmer himself has
Gone to the bad;
For dilnking his cider
Led on to worse,
And that sent as a blessing
He made a curse.
And this is the moral : Tls
Foolish in man
To try to Improve on
The Almighty's plan.
What he gives us for food
You'll fine, I think.
Does harm and no good, if
Made into drink.
"How (Joliali was liilltsl with a
Mine," is the title of a. Elaine cruria-
One tiling, Kail an oM toper, whs
never wen eoniui through the rye,
ami that's the kiiul of whiskey one
It is no longer the vulvar title of
"drunkenness," hut rather the iolite
nnd expressive title of "dipsomania
hy w hich the evil is now to he known
A good Min k is really m progress
among men who have sold liquor for
years. Men are gaining victories over
themselves, and stu-h victories are the
grainiest that can he achieved.
Kate Sanhoni asks; "Why are men
of genius no often haehelors?" We've
never U-en a haehelor hut once Kitty
The Philadelphia Item suggests that
if they would give whiskey away, 110-
liody wotiM care to drink it. This
seems highly prohahle. and ought to
he tried. Doiihdcss it is the oxri
ence of most of us that no man is will
ing to drink, even hy invitation, tin
less he pays for it.
"In speaking of the different kind
of taxes," queried the teacher, "what
kind is it where whiskey is taxed'."'
"I know," said one lwy, holding up
'Well, what is it?" "Sin-
tax," shouted the young grammarian
A ( Scrman gentleman who is anx
ious to nut down the immense trade
done in deleterious vines, has had
many samples, bought in hotels and
restaurants, analyzed, and several
didn't contain any juice of the grape
Xeal I ow says of Maine: "Liquor
has ulritolutcly vanished from three
fourths of the State, in the country
districts. It lingers a little in the
dark places of the city among the for
eiiru lMtimlation. Maine, before the
law, consumed annually i::,010,oX
worth of liquor. The sixty-eight dis.
tillciics no longer exist. The effects
can be seen in better homes, letter
farms, and better living.- Maine has
not felt the panic as you have. Its
real estate valuation has rien against
a depression in other States."
The Columbus Knquircr, having
completed ils inquiry into the state of
local social science, presents the fol
lowing report, which is as vividly
drawn as one of 1 lore's pictures: "A
sorry sight it is to see a spike team,
consisting of a skeleton steer anil a
skinny blind mule, with a rope harness
and a muint ecd driver, hauling a
barrel of new whiskey over poor roads,
on a hermaphrodite wagon, into a far
jning district where the jn'ople are in
debt, and the children forced to prac
tice scant attire hy day and hungry
sleeping at night."
Uiwu r.no ru i".i:: At a called meet
ing of Mount Zion I,o.ltre, I. ). . '1
on Saturday, flie '"nh of June, the
propriety of having dinner at the Con
vention on the Mh of July, was thor
cuitrhlv disciisetl, ami the vote was
unanimous against having dinner,
and we, the undersigned, werenppoin
ted as a ( 'ommittee, to notify you a
teniifvance eilitor ot the 1 1 i:r.. i.i ami
Mail, of the fact. lltxpectfuUy, yours,
I'. If. Son it a i.i., )
M. A. i -i a i., ( m.
A. I'oi; i i n. J
p. S. The dcl-'gatcs will be taken
care of with the speakers, and all oth
ers treated with du courtesy. Yours,
1. II. S.
New Yoi k correspondent I 'tica Her
ald: "Speaking of Jim 1 i-k one is re
minded of that exprc-sion so frequent
ly use I by him, '(.'one where tie
woodbine twineth.' The origin of
this was rather peculiar. Fik atten
ded to the .sjiiliiiK of the sound steam
er every afternoon, and then made di
rect for his usual haunt of splendid
revelry, which was lMmonico's in
Fifth uremic. His U .-t route brought
him to Sixth avenue, corner of Thir
teenth street, whtle .-tood a building
covered w ith a gre nery, and called
the 'Woodbine.' It was h popular
drinking house, and it is said that
some of l-'ir-k's cronies were among its
'patror.s. It thus became a common
t?tiiug for him when asked concerning
any one t reply, ' !oiu w here the
wtHidbiue twinelh.' This yeai the
Wotidliiiie yield to the inevitable law
of mutaiioii. The l:oue is deniwl-jsln-d,
and "dl memories and n-soeia-tjons
ito carry out the same figure)
are 'gone whese the woodbine twi-jietli."
The Presbyterian General Assemtlj.
Your Committee on Temperance re
spectfully report the following, viz:
We believe the manufacture, sale and
use of intoxicating liquors to be the
giant evil of the age, the cckse of
curses. The entire tendency of this
traffic is to debauch and impoverish
the country morally, socially, intellec
tually and financially; that it is the
cause of nearly nine-tenths of the
crime, pauperism and misery tnai
curse our country. The spiritual
dearth that prevails in the Church is
in a great measure traceable to the
whisky traffic. There are 190,000 liq
uor shops in this country, filled with
patrons, many of whom are members
of some church. The ruin wrought
by these agents of death and destruc
tion has more than kept pace with the
work of saving the poor drunkard. In
spite of the grandest religious and
moral efforts of a half century, with
its wonderful trophies of grace, these
grog-shops are tilled with patrons, and
our courts and prisons with the fruits
of the accursed traffic. They make
drunkards faster than all the churches
and temperance societies can save
them. Indeed, the record of the
whisky traffic is a record of crime. It
is the more sad, when we rememljer
that these agents of death and des
olation are established and carried on
under the authority of the common
wealth, are clothed with legal sanction
and fostered by the State. In view of
the enormity of this traffic:
Hcxotvcd, That we do most heartily
endorse-and approve every laudable
effort that is being made for its sup
pression, and recommend that all our
ministers and members co-operate
with every movement that may work
for the accomplishment of this glori
JiCMtlrcd, That we recognize the
rhrht of the State to make and enforce
laws to regulate, modify, restrict or
or abolish the whisky traffic.
Jit solved. That it is the mind of
this (ieneral Assembly that no man
can claim license to deal in intoxica-
tintr Iiiuors as a beverage, as a mat
ter of right, and that no State can
grant such license as a matter of mor
Jivolrcd, That we disapprove any
and every attempt to repeal our Sun
.I...- Uii'u nn.l iiit tlif wliiskv traffic
enual footing with other
branches of trade or industry
Jtrxulved, That we do greatly rejoice
in the success of those engaged in the
temperance reform, and give thanks
to our Father in Heaven for the results
that have attended their efforts.
Liquor at fhs Capitol.
It will be gratifying to the friends of
temicrance in all parts of the country
to le assured that liquor-selling in not
to be tolerated in the restaurants of
the capitol at Washington. Com
plaint was recently made that the
keener of the House restaurant disre
garded the prohibitory rule and solJ
liquors. Hon. Hiram Trice, of Iowa,
a pronounced friend of temperance,
formerly a member of Congress, and
of the Congressional Temperance So
ciety, and .re-elected last year to the
Forty-fifth Congress, on the iith ult.,
called attention in the House to the
fact that liquor was lienig sold in vio
lation of the rule, and offered a resolu
tion to the effect "that the officers of
this House be, and they are hereby,
instructed to see that Joint Hule No.
10 be immediately and strictly en
forced." The resolution was adopted
The Speaker, Mr. Randall, took occa
sion to say that the Committecton Puls-
lic I'.uildings and (J rounds "selected
two persons to take charge of the eating-saloon,
and in the contract they
stipulated Jhat no liquors of any de
scription should Ihj sold in this saloon."
He had himself insisted that liquors
should le neither sold nor given away
therein. Complaint had leeu made
to him of their sale by indirection,
and he had called the attention of the
chairman of the Committee on Public
Buildings and C rounds to the subject,
ami that gentleman had Immediately
informed the occupants of the naloon
"thai unless they ceased to sell liquor.
or even to give it away, the commit
tee would vacate the contract they
had already made." The Shaker
further stated that he had been in con
ference w ith the Vice-President, who
has charge of this subject at the other
end of the capitol building, ami the
Vice-President "stated his purpose
that in the future no liquors shall be
sold there; so that there will be com
plete harmony letw eeii the Vice-Pres
ident and the present occupant of the
Chair in this House in this connection
covering the entire building."
The position of both Vice-President
Wheeler, in the Senate, and of Mr.
Randall as Speaker of the House, in
r.-lation'to the question of liquor sell
ing in the capitol as thus defined, is
highly creditable to both those gentle
men. Mr. Price has rendered the
cause of temperance, and f public
morality, excellent service in calling
public attention to the subject, in call
ing forth such an expression to it in
the House of llepres-eutatires.
Wha a horril le idea is tbe follow-
in, (iii.s:derin; the pre.-ent sensible
"I fever I marry a wife,
I'll many a laadlorJ's daughter;
And then I ran Nit at tbe bar,
And drink old Bourbon and water."
A Keiitneky man while drunk or
lered his wife to take a hammer and
l nail and knock his teeth out. With
tlurt meekness of spirit and obedience
which characterizes, her sex, that lo
ving wife obeyed the orders of her
lord. When he got sober his swear
ing didn't count, because he mumbled
so it could not le understood.
ronrd:uid Jjodghi); Jjn.tm jer month
Halladay Standard I
Theonlv wind-will awarded TWO HIE-
IIALH A!ll IHPi.OJIAJ by the t -n-ipnnini
.1 mlirM. Acknowledged l)V nil to I
to the best made, the iuot perteut self-re
ulator, and the most powerful and Uie most
durable wind-mill Known.
. -m-ji, n i J
Kncu piece flttod and numbered at the
Vartorv. so thnt farmers ana olners can
erect tUi-lr own mills if desired, using our
drn wines and Instruct Ions for a guide.
o-o" Send lor inusiraien -nuuoigne ami
Prlcel.lstto W. H. r .J fcS. Asienr, 71
Church Street, Nashville, Tean. may31-9ru
SOUTHDOWN AND CQTSWwLB SHEEP!
100 Bucks and 50 Ewes!
ON SATURDAY, JlJl.Y fSTH, wo will sell
at Black & Co. '8 stMble, In Nashville,
Wn Mnnilrnl nail Kin.v choice ttinr-oiiih-brel
Sonitidown and Cotawchl Sh-ep,
Mine imixii tnl animal ol both sex will Blao
be Included In Ilie oflerlng. No better op
portunity ban ever been ottered to th- tHrui
ers to Rupply themselves with Jine brcrilinr
aiiiimilx o! this kind. Kale to begin at 12' i
o'clock. Parties from adlolnlnt: counties
can arrive on the morning train In time to
attend the sale and return home in the
evening. KOH'T W.OWENS,
North Mlddletown, Ky.
june2v2w. MlllerHburs?, Ky.
Western Korfh Carolina,
TS now oprn for the reception of pleasure
sfckers and Invxlhli.
This lovely place. issit.uatel In the lipnutl-
tnl valley oi me rrcnen oruuu wiiiun o
mileK ol railroad.
We have a tine band of muic, attentive
servants, and all other accoiuuiodHlions to
he found at a tlrst-class watering place.
For particulars apply lor descriptive
pamphlet, W. II. HOWKIilOM,
Mountain-. Health Resort,
Monroe Co-, East Tenn-,
4 RK now opened for visitors at f.lie low
2 price ol JKI.ihi per mouth; children and
servants halt price.
These Spi intzs are silnatcd on ChilUowee
Mouutflln, ;l.(Kt feet above sea line, and
T'etvit Mouse Creek, on the Kast Tennes.
see, Virginia and Ucorgln K.illroiul, 10 miles
north-east of t'hailnsis.
The waters areHulphur, Alnm, Chalybeate
ana r rcenwme.
Hotel and cottage accommodations afford
room and rotnrort lor aisnit tour hundred
Eersous, with ilall Kivwu, Bowling Alley
illlard Table and Kiith Ileus-s. Atruos
phere drj-, pure and invigorating, scenery
oeauinui and maeninceui, iiiiji.n (lciici
lv cool, and days hriuht and joyous.
Our table will be furnished with choice
beef, mutton, chickens, eai'S, veKetables. de
licious milk and butler and trie whitest of
Thermometer very rarely reaches SO de
grees the hottest cliiys In Jnly or August,
and lt usual range is from H) to 70 degrvFs.
Il'ill do all in our power to make people
nappy, and will at all times be courteous
Excursion tickets from Nashville can be
bought at reasonable rates.
J. H. MAUIM Proprietor,
Mouse Creek and White Cliff Hotels
STOCK OF DRUGS
' FOr Sale!
A VERY desirable stock of Drugs, Medi-
f. clues and store tlxtures. Any person
wishing to go Into the lrtig business would
do well to call upon ine.
11. Ll. MUI'LH,
April 2tS l7S.-3m. Trustee.
"liUSINKSS IS IJUSINESS."
The firms of Messrs. Black, Dodson 4 Co.,
ml Mv. IVKlson. Chaprjell Co., havliiK
dissolved psrtneTshlp by inutnal consent,
have placed the Books, Notes and Accounts
in tbe hands or C. W. Wltherspoou as lle-n-lvur.
for rtnal settlement. All persons In
debted to either rlrm will save cost by call
loii him and sett'.lnitat once. Tbe bust,
ness must be closed, and the Receiver is au
thorized to -ollect by law all uebts remaln
Inn uupald after the 1st day of Septerubel,
1S7S. ISi.ack. IIoiiskn, A Co.,
Jus-2m Mays, Dotsos, CiiAeeKi,!. & Co.
I 1 ..,rtliau.lul.ifi'nrn.r llnb.i..n
il. '!, to the t'lerk of the County Court
Maury county, Tetinespe., notice is hereby
(tl ven Ut all persons havmn claims ntcatnst
smIiI esiat" to tile them iluly authenticated
with sslil 'lerk on or In lore the .list day ol
October, 1S7S, for prors'a distribution, or
they wi'l be forever barred.
J. A. J. HOWARD,
May Si, 1878. Administrator.
THE OLD EELIABLE
NO. 7 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
IS SOW CONDUCTED BY-
(Successors to Andrews, Barkley & Co.,)
Chicago Pitts Separators
Decres Walking Cultivators!
price before purchasing.
FULL STOCK OF WWW
Cor. J fain and Eight St..
11111 II IT
U'LJ II I '1 I 1 I I
n?lio J? -all
SEI'TEJIBElt THE 3, 1877i
Clrcnlars statlnt; conrve of study, and oth
er part Iculrt is, will be sent on application
to RE V. GEO. CKCK KTT, Kei tor,
rulvi:t-ly. Columbia, Tenn.
TURBINE 1HB H.-
GUARANTEED THE BEST.
Stout. Mills & Temple,
Manufacturers and Proprietors.
ALSO, Flour and Pa
ner Mill Machinery
and tieneral Still Fur
nishers. I .arte illus
trated catalogue sent
f--eeou application to
K'out, Mills A Tem
pie, Dayton, Ohio, or
j, m mm
Carver & Horn's
HOG CH01ERA REMEDY.
A certain, effective and prompt enre, and
sure preventive of the spread of the ills-
ease. Price Si.t' a l ackage, cont aining snf-
ncient to cure twenty hoi;s. Save your hogs
l a cimi. til ouiy Leu re-iu h im-hii.
A. J. CA UN h.K Ol.,
8ept7-ly. Nashville, Tenn
John Smith, col., vs. Kllza Smith, col.
T appearing from atVulavit filed In tins
cause that the Kiixji Sinlih, col.. In
a non-resident ol tho suite of Tennessee: it
In thereioro ordered thatf-he enter her up.
ne-urRiioe herein lefore or within the first
three days oi the next term of the Chancery
Court, to be h Id at Columbia, on the first
Monday in (October next, lfO, and plead,
answer or demur to complainant's bill, or
the same will be taken for confessiil as to
her. and set lor bearing expsrle: that a
copv ot this order be i ublished for fourcon
Hviiiive weeks In the Columbia Herald
June21,lS7S. D. B. COOP ESI, C. & M, (
THE CELEBRATED GENUINE
Reapers & Mowers
Meikle'a Double Shovels1
low as possible. Call and
UD FAIICY GROCERIES!
OFFERED TO MERCHANTS
iH mm liver i
TATTNCAN'S Liver and Kidney Medicine
XJ is a cure for all diseases having their
oriKin in a diseased state of the Kidney or I
Liver, sncu as tiicK neaaacne, uyspeps'i
Swimming in the Head, Josa of appetite,
bad taste in the mouth. Heartburn. Ten
derness or Fullness oTer the Region of tbe
Stomach, Cramp Colic, Costlveness, Palpi
tation or the Heart, Pain In the Bsck, Sides
and Limbs, and all diseases peculiar to fe
males. We can say to our friends that the
above medicine Is Just what It la represent
ed to be, and is pronounced by every one
who has used it, lar superior to any Liver
Medicine they have ever ued. We know
that it gives better satisfaction than any we
tiave ever sold. Knowing It to be purely
vegetable, we can recommend it to rtur suf
fering friends. Price to cents. For sale by
Pillow & woiariage. mayi-8.
.. n i t? :
i1 aiicy ttuuus jiiinponuui,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
KID GLOVES, FANS, ETC.
105 FOUTH STKEET,
Bet. Market and Jefferson,
ITolson House !
M!ay s & Dodson,
RATES $2.00 PER DAY.
We also have a Ltvery Stable connected
with the house, with new and elegant turn
out, which will be furnished promptly by
Gov'mcnt Claim Agency.
By a late act nf Cnmrrosa all mMlnii nf
the war of 1M2 are en tilled tr. iwmlnn nf
i" ' iiinnin. ana ail ineir wiiiowm.
without regard to the data of their ma.rrl-
Keor their lovaltv. All claim aira.lnt
uiiTcruiiieni. ror property taken during the
war, and where parties have Hied their
cmims ana meir attorneys nave lea tbe
country or netMecterl llielr nbimrti. I will
" 1 I-II .1 I ' ' Will, II rill IjT 11 HfllinMML WdW
-iu.uh hiiu an Kinds or claims. Persons
communicating should enclose stamp to
insure answer. Orno under Herald and
Mnii, No. 22 North Main Street, Columbia,
M arch 2i-77-ly. JOHN It. WILSON.
D. A. Craig.
W. J. Stjrayhorn.
a. r . Ayaeiotie.
CRAIG & CO ,
Grain and Produce Merchants.
Have opened a large Ware-honse at the
Uniou Ipot. They have ample storage
room, and solicit consignment. Orders
prom in lv and aatisfactorllv fllieri. A freah
supply of Family Uroeeries always on I
baud, st the very lowest price. Con and
see us. otttti3tn.
SiREET, ElilBRY fi CO,
BOY'S AND MEN'S SADDLES,
KINDS- MECHANIC TOOLS
"v37 so f3: zs im
Steel and Chilled Iron Plows!
GUM and LEATHER BELTING!
Lard and Machine Oil !
i All Kinds Leather Work Made and Repaired
STREET, EMB.EY & CO.,
DRY-GOODS, COOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, STAPLE AND FAN
CY GKOCEHIFS, WHEAT, CORN, MEAL, FLOUR, BA
CON, LARD, SUGAR, COFFEE, HALT,
evervlhinR usually kept in a first-class house. Alfo weighs on I air
ljan'k's Standard Scales, CORN, HAY, HOGS, ('ATTLK, ETC.,
and guarantee their prices to be as cheap as the cheapest.
Junction: Mt. I'leasant and Hamiwhire pikes,
To the citizens of Colurnhia and Jlanry countt:
cured the entire stock of
China, Glassware, Etc.,
of Mr. J. Ti. Tiond, nnd secured the OLD (Jl'EEN'SWARE STAND, (recent
ly occupied hv Dobliins & Hrown,) I
me in saving that inv stock of
the State, hi view of the stringency of -hioney matters, ete., 1 nave deter
niiiKHl to tie satisfied with SMALI- PROFITS. I shall elidtavot to keep eve
rythiiFp, neetled hy a good housekeeper,
Al rJ'.-N 1 H, can oiler indiiceinents.
To the many friends who have so lihcrally patronized me in the past, I re
urn grateful thanks, and now say I
Call and bee me, Cor. Xorth. Main Street and the Public Square.
May 17, 1878. S7V. JEL. T7ITT . TVT
,AT THE OLD STAND,)
Rniith TVTain fttront.
Thamostsnperb turnouts furnished on the
W1I.ET J. EHBBT
I desire to say, having wj-
nm receiving such additions as will justifY
House-furnishing (Jood will 1-e eUal to any
and giving this department SPECIAL
desire your trade.
& Feed Stable
shortest mUce, , and I al .the ' maaonaqe
When you want
Suit for Dress or Business wear,
Boy's and Children's School .
and Play Suits,
Dress and Business, Summer
Under-wear? Nobby Neck
wear, Etc., to call on
Opposite Maxwell House;
W. 11. McFAIlLAND.
W. K. EScFarlaiidL cS Co.,
Doors, Setsix, Slinds,
MOULDINGS AND SHINGLES.
ALL KINDS OF DRESSED LUMBER
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Ollice ami Planing Mill No. 81 Nr(h College an. I North
Jf ASIIVIM-K, Tl'N N.
VAN S. LINDSLEY, M. D.,
Gives his exclusive attention to tho modical and surgical
treatment of tho diseases of the
HSyo, Ultvx, Tlaoat xxacL lSJ"Of3o,
"o. 11 South
NASHVILLE, : : :
GfflHS ART GALLERY !
No- 45 Union Street. NASHVILLE, TENN.
Tho undersigned hnvlnc purchased the entire slock, woiklmr I'lhli iimeiils ami ;iid
,.l li... ; I Kits A U T ti IJ .Kill . would
eit and determined to maiiilaln the reputallou ol lln; -sl I l i It i m-i 1 1. n t the I-1 MIT
UAU.ERY iu IlieMouthern Hlntes. All tiniiove!iu nls in i'lioliinphy are piouiptly
adopted, and all our woiR guarauieeu 10 gi
July 20, 1H77.-1J-.
W. E. DOBSOU,
Church Street, Corner South Cherry
With Benson A Hrown,
No. &0 North College Ht., - NAS11VII.I.K
Manufacturer and Dealer la
Doipict and Music Stands,
Cards, Tassels and Nails,
Chair ('ain and
Pictures of all Kinds,
NO. 38 UNION STREET,
Between College and Cherry,
NASHVILLE, - - TENN.
ra!r LookinS-fJlasscs put in old
frames. Old Pictures and Fr.ttnes Re
A A'D ICR- CRi: A M S. f . O OX,
NO. 4 UNION HTREET,
: : Tennessee,
Wholesale and Retail Agency
For the world-renowned Tlauos of
Toeether with the Nation's favoriUs, Kscon
t Keir, liai-ou t Itaven, llalnen Hros.. .1. A
C. Fischer, and the "Model Piano, (Arlon
Piano t'o..i at prices from 17.'i.(Kl upwsrdH.
alrifi tor Churches, Jsli?eK and J'nrlor,
from the celbrated makers, Mhsiiii A Ham
iln, liiirdett. New Knglsnil Organ ., and
. A.rrlnce Co., all having first-clans
m'IuIi unil Indorsement of the Musical
Profession and public In general. Prices
from l-VMW to irnn.ipi. Competition In genu
ine (not bOKUsi Instruments met with prices
and terms to suit the times.
Nlieet Music for the million, at one to
ten cents per page first-class authors.
largest assortment of Italian and other
Strings, and Small Musical Instruments.
pjislern discounts to Schools, the i'rofes-
(don and Book Stores.
Correspondence souciieti. I hwhibuct
sent on application. Music malliil trw.
W 1 he froprieior resp-i'i imiy mhij.iiij. -
that he has taken the agency lor Ihe sale of
I.lKhte A Frnst Piano, (uccessnis 10 li-ine,
Newton A Bradbury.) The following ex
plain! their position:
MADlsoif, 15, Uec. 27, 1H78.
7b Ihe Editor Uiunc Trade Hcview, A'. J"..-
Will yon please send me those back num-
hoi. ni vnur Review, which contains ttie
exposure of those fraudulent PlanoH, which
bear the name of good old makers.
This country H being canvassed by drum
mers, who try lo balm oil theso good-for-nothing
itislruineniH nsn the unsuspecting
public, and far. ners especially, as a real.
genuine m anU-so'K ni.iKe, irauiiuieniiy
prOOII:irig llie ui'l jjrininio iiinK-in yi ii-.w:
fiNis. and asking from lour to eight hun
dred dollars for these lHgus Instruments.
Now the nubile Is made aware oi it, ana
these scamps arrested, t he better. One of
mv vrung friends paid ti-VUU for a Ugbte
A Co. 'a not worth over Sl.iO.w, and I ;hesr
the Bradbury is Just UBe same ir not worse,
i-inuun nl, llh this In vour able Journal,
and save some of those who are about to be
-t"i.A r Ul.ln M t V.
Is a fraud I.lglite 1
Kriist'make the rmly genuine Mglile I'l-
anos. licwareoi an j j
ot them are made by Hale, Uartiiuau and
others.-KlJ. M. T. It.)
other Correspondence can bo Known ex-
rliiK Ixmu iJtariu. wltn oinercaicn names,
byapplyiu V W Unloh fctreet, KashvUle,
T11-0' in A H.rl rnr
a Stylish. Spring
Vests? Shirts for
WM. II. DAItll
AND t'KAl.KIIS 1 N-
Dicrry SI reel,
: : TENNESEE.
rcMvci luuy animuin-e nun sinn pit-mi.
vu hi i i-um i m..i. ,.., . , .
KnccesMir lo t hi I C. lers, IM'C d.
Hnvlnis an Immense wtiM'k, ami lelti(r 1e-
Iv.nix of leiliirint: II. we oiler ki'i at HKI iff
TIONM in nil tlepiirl itn-nlM. In lllni-k (ash
mere, Alpiieea, Kl:nnu l iii"l 'as.liiiere
Hlix'k spis-lal baru.-iiiis are oil red. Avail
yourselves of thin opportunity by giving u
an early cM.
L-FRANKLAND & GO.
NO. I!l UNION HTKEET,
Nashville, : : Tennessee.
1 J Chun h Street,
NASHVILLE, : : TENN.
MRS. . PLUMMER,
No. TJ North Sjtmiiiier (Street,
1U. F. W. i;i;h.miai,i.i:, NMshvlUn.Tenn.,
PiarHii: - lj,v ni. m r 1 1 -i.-.J all Ihe horroi
Incident to Ni'in iiU-In, In an iiguravnteil
lor in, lot- I'iliti'eii mi i ii i lis, indeed, at time
1 was- w ild, delirious, u ril lied In agonies of
lMin, whs iiiiiuiiiiiii iihli ; my fnmily hav
lug to walcli me in I lie .mini during the
piuoxysiiiH to prevent my lining him to
t sell; Hllil hiivlng ixp' liiliil liiinilieds of
ilo!nrs ui ti a 41 1 1 1 14 Ji in I si -eK ill 14 lellc! lo ni
piiiMse. ar:il Dually Imving hi-corne yi ile
lilJIIiilt J as lo i.i iwIIhIb my withdrawal
Irom jtiiil ei-aslnr to upend lo nny IiusIii-hh
Hi all. 1 went to 'i'ullliiioiiix with my fami
ly lopend he Mimiiier nnd try lo recuper
ate a Utile, vv iille iim re I met Mr. Samuel
M. Anient, flom Ns.livllle, 'lenll., wlio ad-vis-d
the use ol your t 'iii-e," hy t he iihc of
which l e had been cured of a leirlhle case.
I hud really lost ml hope ol ever being
II red, hut I ordered lV in;. II ll dollar pack
age Irom Nnsti v 1 1 le, iiiore lor the purpimeof
pi u vl n i! lo i in 1.1 ii 1 1. mull Unit there was
i rie ess,- It. WHild uoi cure, than lor any re
lief I ex pi cl. d lo del I ve Irom Its use; but.
look H iK-i-oninit lo directions, and iny
own ftiiiMzcrncnt anil I lie surprise of every
one else, ll eiiii'd mi". I am now well anil
fully reslot.-d lo i-niii for Uiiile leellug. The
cure was dueled tieiween IheSlh and ilhlli
of July, lh7"- lnur truly,
WM. il. MARTIN.
Ilavtnu kri'.wn V r. Win. II. Marlln a
nu III her ol 'I'I.IK we like ple:sll in In vouch
lnu torHii si.'id nifi.t he imiv miike.
Res pi c.i Sully, Berry, IteinovillH A Co.,
irwy, K ii k ma n V I o., Morns A Htraltou,
l-A'Hiis, Flte, Purler A- ( o.
'The iiliuvc curu Is sold by Cfilumhla
Hotel and Restaurant!
(Newly Refitted In FlrsUClass Style.)
Open i!y and night, at Nashville and
Chattanooga and SI. l.ouls llailnmd la-pot,
Nashville, 'ii tin. Kecj-son hand afull sup
ply of Fresh Oysters. I'awi.nn i ll he
called day or nlhi in time for Ihe depart
ure of all I rai ns. Meals ready ii-in arrival
of eveiy train. The liar In liirnlslnd with
the finest V lin s, l,liiiors and I igam. Po
lite cier us mid si-iviiii'H are In alleunanen
stall hours. Ladle' private dlnlug room
octtini. l((l;KHT KVl- Fmp 'r.
Jlrs. S. .1. LiUte,
No. "7 North Hummer (Sheet,
XASIIVIU-P; : TJZXX.
Board H p'r week; (v"i cents per day and
night- atiglt ly.
La Pierro House,
Y". -7 iS'tiiiimi r St rt i f,
NASHVn.i.F., . : . TKNNBSHJiH
!l .- lM-nt,'l)AV.
tif NfatiuH ami
law ut lliis liniisii ,