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KntTKnBY W. A. 8mith,M. TK; Pit. D.
Wt WAVE A nittlltY WAR, DOTS.
v FOR DKCIAMATIOH, ' "'
We wage a inighly war,-boys,
Against a mighty foi. r- .
Wh (b rough our land with busy band
Js spreadVB want and wop."
He's saddened many a light heart,
Aud mauy a thousand slain;
Then come -villi us your voice to raise,
And -bid mankind abstain, '
Our poor-house sre filled, lys,
With panpers drink has made;
The cah which should support them, boy
To the gin-shops has been paid;
Aud we'v5 these poor to keep, boyi,
Thtigh naught wo have to spare;
, Tli the landlords should do this, boys,
For they have sent I bom there.
II strong drink from our land, boys,
Were swept away to-night, ,
Home of onr prisouhonses
Would close their portals (iIte; -,
And half of the police force,
For which we're-taxed to pay,
Without it would have naught to do.
For so our1 rulers say.
We have lately reed veil a copy of
the prwee.liii-t of the last Tennessee
CJraml liiwlge of Umx1 TemiJiirs.
Caiit. Fiissell put a gjol deal of tem
perance iu his Hanta Fe Fourth of Ju
Uncle liueon AMcrnon says that some
of the Uood TeniplaMiiretalkingabout
making hinia life-iuetiiber, without its
costing him a farthing. -
The District Convention 'ought to
re-elect JJros. J. W. Jlelmick ami J.
T. Cooi?r temperiince editors.
Ask J5ro. Sam Watkins if he has
heard anything further from Dr. Oron
ilataiuah, since the Miniieaiolis gath
IJro. Wiliiam Shirley says that Un
cle Johnny Lamar has collected some
money that was due Maury Ixxlge; so,
if he can't work one way, he will work
Dr. li.tj. C. White wore a blue rib
bon in his coat button-hole during the
Jiifi lingof the Tennessee Press Asso
ciation. Many of the Lodges and Councils
have elected their delegates to the Dis
trict Convention. It is time that they
were all elected- and ready to report
the condition of the body to which
Two Tituxville, Pa., lawyers entered
into a solemn compact, not to drink
intoxicating liquors for a year, except
when out duck shooting, under forfeit
of $100. One ot them quenches his
thirst without losing the ducats? by
keeping a duck in his back-yard to
lire nt when he is dry, and the other
lias invested iu one also.
A Cold water. Esmsdf.
The alwive engraving illustrates an
amusing sietioiu " The DumbTraitor,''
a I h m k recently published by the Na
tional Temperance Society, where
Alonzo, a conceited young gentleman,
wishing to make a display of his Pa
risian wardrobe, and astonish his sim
ple country nciglilxirs by his know!
edge of foreign parts, prevailed upon
his father to give a l uge party in lion
or of his return from abroad. Every
thing went well until after supper ( for
which he had ordered a plenteous sup
ply of wine,) when he entered with an
unsteady gait in the parlors, apologi
zing to his guests for the "nnevenness
of the Jloor." His younger brother,
Zcph, 8-eing that he had Isen drink
ing freely of (he wine, and loth sur
prised and ashamed, yet wishing to
i-pare him from any foolish action,
-took him by the arm, and led him
from the pallors to the kitchen-sink,
where he forcibly pushed Alon.o's
head under the faucet, at the same
time turning on a good-si.ed stream
of coll water, which soon brought him
to his senses, thoroughly drenching
liis line veiling atliie. c
Katheran ingenious experiment we
think, showing thTc N nothing like
old water iu opposition (o stronger
A meeting to present to the public
the work of "The New York Christian
J Ionic lor Intemperate .Men, was
held at Association Hall, on Tuesday
evening, the llth iut. This Home was
established a few months ince, by
t he'cflbrts of a few benevolent gentle
men, for Hie ptirjMisc of promoting the
reformation of the intemperate. The
enterprise has been remarkably suc
cessful, and is iu good hands to secure
its judicious management. Jt was sta
ted at the meeting that of !'i admitted
to the home 1 profess to have become
Christians since entering it, and oti
have obtaiiiedemployinent. Aftcrad-dresso-i
were made by Hon. Win. K.
Dodge, Kev. Dr. Win. M. Taylor and
Jtev. F. Courtney, several of the in
mates related their experience greatly
t the 'encouragement of others. Over
SI .'"Hi were t-iilwnU'il at the meeting
but about l,oo I more is needed for
the immediate wants of the Home,
which is located at Is Hast TSth street.
Wm. T. Hoollf is President ainlAVirt:
K. Dodge is Vice-President. The fol
lowing are announced as the princi
ples of the organization:, "
The object of the institution is not
to seek the cure of drunkards by med
ical treatment, imr is it intended to Ik
an asylum for permanent residence.
Although man inaylw lielxi y
mere moral c puysiciii ugeucien uiese
are insUlVicicnt - and cannot of them
selves save the inebriate.
We set k to impress upon him that
runkenncssis a sin against t ! to tn-
rejentcd of and forsaken; ami that
unless he is A' i n ruh l by the Spirit
of t iod, b.earing cannot b eHected.
We aim to b'nd him to the treat
Physician who, we lielieve, is alone
able to save C 0:11 all s.'n and heal the
IT FATS TO BE TIJiTZSATE.
Neftl row. Telling Whit tb Law Su
, Coafl for Kabe.
' The thirteenth anniversary of the
NAtidrial Temperance Society was cel
ebrated last evening In the Broadway
Tabernacle. , a The platform liefore" the
pulpit was occupied by many city pas
tors, and a large audience was in the
body of the church. " The Hon- Win.
K. Dodge" presided. The Secretary,
Xx'. J. N. Btearn, read an abstract of
the yearly report, which said that the
society had founded the most valua
ble and complete temperance publish
iug Jnouse in the world. In regard to
the national Government the whiskey
manufacturers have made partfy suc
cessful etforts to obtain a reduction of
the taxation on whiskey. The priso
per convicted and imprisoned for
participation in the frauds of the noto
rious Whiskey Ring have been freed,
aud Southern dealers have defied the
Government anir refused to pay the
tax." Little lias been done to compel
restitution f the immense sums of
mouey of which the Treasury was de
frauded, and the Mhiskey interest re-
maius a powerful factor in national
uflairs. "The society has brought out
sixty -seven new publications. The re
ceipts were $-34,K50.75; expenses, $o4,-
The Kev. T. L, rCuyler siwke of the
Crosby movement, and aaid that ilewh
It had bis sympathy he -believed that
total abstinence only could remove the
evil of ' intemperance. Compromise
was all wrong. It is as great a crime
to get drunk in a grand hotel as in a
rum hole. The church ought right it
as strongly as it dtes any other sin.
Clergj'men should not set a bad exam
ple by drinking themselves. If j-ou
get a lemijohn of good wine into the
pulpit it trickles out into cverj' pev.
The Hon. IVeal Dow, of Slaine, said:
"Years ago the men of Maine concla
ded that the suppression of the liquor
traffic' could alone remedy the evil of
intemperance. - They addressed them
selves to the people, aud showed that
the traffic was injurious to their inter
ests. ' WeJ went to the Htate legisla
ture with the bill on Friday, the day
before adjournment. We desired cer
tain memlers'to be appointed on a
committee to report immediately on
the bill.. It was done. They were
afraid to do otherwise than obey.
WTien we had gone there the year
before they had laughed us to scorn as
lunatics. Through popular sentiment
and the ballot box we turned out all
the men who voted against us. Now
the legislature was, only too Lappy to
le of service. The packed committee
reorted the bill unanimously. We
had it printed that night, and it was
enacted by both houses the next day.
The CJovernor appoved it the follow
iug Monday, June 1.S51. The bill
which entirely outlawed liquor went
into force. What has been the result':
It has been successful. Liquor has ab
solutely vanished' from three-fourth
of the State in the country districts.-
It lingers a little in the dark places of
the city among the foreign population.
Maine, before the law, consumed
100,000 Vorth of liquor. It now
expends less than $1,000,000 a year for
liquor. The sixty-eight distilleries no
longer exist.. The effects can be seen
it better homes, lietter farms, and bet
ter living. Maine has not felt the
panic as you have. Its real estate
valuation has risen, against- a depress
ion iu other States. Maine calls on
the other States to follow her exam
ple, and they will find safety and pro
tection from the liquor traffic."
The Rev. Mr. Sabine offered a reso
lution expressing .a hope that the Ho
lahan Liquor bill will be defeated by
the legislature. It was adopted, ami
Mr. Dodge said it was to be telegraphed
Parson Newman then said that he
hoped for the time when the Maine
law would prevail all over the Union.
He believed that the church, with its
00,000 ministers acting as temieranee
lecturers, was the only real agent ca
pable of turning public opinion hrmly
against the liuuor traffic. Kach one
of the 7,0O0,00 church communicants
should lie pledged to totar-abstiuence,
which should be incorporated as an
article of belief in the creed. .
From lit. Zion Lodge.
Mil. KnuiiR: In your issue of the
July oth, we notice: "At a meetiiigat
Mt. Zion on the lith ult., it was
deemed eesl to hold the Convention
on the th inst." This in to say that
we don't think the 1xlge took any ac
tion in reference to having the Con
vention at that time; neither did they
have the power to change the day or
time. We only mention this to put
Mt,. Zion right, as the dates do not aj
pear to agree. Hoping all things will
be right, wo remain, Truly Yours,
P. II. Sol THAI.!., Sit.
The Convention is to lie held Thurs
day, July 2oth. Ed.
. The Story cf the O'Srlea Family.
In a small two-story house, 2205
Rcduer street, situated lietween Jefler-
son and Oxford Streets, New York,
the O'Hricu family have li veil in, squa
lor and wretchedness for some time
past. The parents, Daniel and Mary,
are of decidedly lutcmperate habits,
and in their drunken orgies have re
peatedly lieaten their two little chil
dren, Mary and Daniel. The father's
wrath against the ly resulted in hi?
driving him from home, and for Hire
weeks past the little fellow has walkeo
the streets, sleeping at night uiidesrj
heds ami in cellars aud outhouses,
and begging victuals from the neigh-!
liors. The matter was called to the at-i
tention of the Children's Protective J
Society. When the agent visiteiUK
. .Ml I 11.. L
y jtrien s uousv, uc iuuiiu me jwireuis
too drunk to make any statements.
The Uy was found aud taken to tem-
jxirary quarters yesterday morning.
An arrangement for the girl's transfer
to a more suitable home will be made
la Drunken Rot.
A shiM'tnaker, named Israel Von
Sant, tbirty-live years of ge, liaving
a wife and four children, in Trenton,
New Jersey, ws kickeil to death by
John Lindsay, yesterday, la Hiby
street. The men had been drinking.
. The Tempermte Cttestioa.' ;'
Rev. Df, Newman, "late of Wash
ington, addressed a large, meeting of
members of the Blue- Ribbon Temper
ance Union at Tammany Hall Sunday
afternoon. He expressed the opinion
that legislative action would prove of
no avail until the churches were en
listed in the cause of, temperance, and
advocated the abolition of fermented
wine even from the communion table.
The only 'Wind-will awarded TWO PIE
lA t.H A!l llllLO9AN by the Cen
tcnnlitl JuOiteM. Acknowledged by all to
be the bet made, the moot perfect Kelf-re-ulalor,
aud the most, powerful and the most
aurauie wina-inin Known. -
Every Mill Guaranteed as Above
Ewch piece fll tetl and numbered at the
Factory, so that farmers and others can
erect their own mills If desired, using our
rwinpi nnn lnwiruciions ror a guiue.
Send for lllnstrated ( 'Hlaloeue and
Price lAxt to W. H. F. JONriS, Agrut., 71
Church Htreet, Xoithville, Tenn. may jl-Om
MRS. M. J. BRYANT
Keeps constantly on hand all the latest
Noveltien of the sen son lu Millinery, Fancy
UoodH, Notions and VarietieM, bought and
nold lor cash, at priced never before hearo
of In eurclly. Aieut for Madame Utmoresfa
rename pulternx. - btainping anu pina.
In ii done to order.
April 12, l(j78.-ly. M. J. BRYANT, Ag't-
Western North Carolina,
TS now open for the recept ion of pleasure
X HeenersHUU invalids.
This lovely place Insinuated In the hMuti
nil valley oi tne rrvucu uroau wiunu
miles ot railroad.
We hare a tine band of music, attentive
aervanlw, and all other accommodations t
be found at a Hrxt-clHss waierlne place.
For parliculara apply for dewriplive
pain ph lei. W. 11. HOWKK1UN,
Mountain Health Resort,
Monroe Co-, East Term.,
ARK now opened for visitors at the low
price of Sduxi per month; children and
wrvaulM hall price.
These Sprlnits are situated on Chllhowee
Mouutaiii, .in) leet above aea line, and
above dew point.
1 epot Mouse t'reelr, on the East Tennes
see. Virginia and (ieorgla Railroad, 40 miles
The waters are Sulphur, Alum, Chalybeate
and r reesione.
Hotel and cottage accommodations afford
room and comfort for about four hundred
persons, with Ball Room, Bowling Alley,
Billiard Table anu Main nouses. Atmoa-
pbere drv. pure and itiviKoratiiiK. M-enerv
beauliful and lnagninceut, nlulits delicious-
ly cool, and days bright ana joyous.
Our table will be furnihlied with choice
beef, mutton, chickens, est's, vegetables, de
licious milk aud butter and tne whitest of
Thermometer very rarely reaches ISO de
crees the hottest days In July or August,
and Its usual range is from CO to 70 degrfs.
H ill do all in our power to niase people
happy, and will at all times be courteous
Excursion tickets from Nashville can be
bought at reasonable rates.
. J. a. maijui.i- cropneior.
Mouse Creek and White Cliff Hotels.
STOCK OF DRUGS
A VKRY desirable slock of Drugs, Medi
cines and store nxtures. Auy person
wishing to go into the Drug business would
do well to cull upon me. ,
11. L. HENM.EY, '
April 178.-3111. , Trustee.
nAVlNJtnN day suggested the lnol
veucy of I he eslnte of l urncr I'lnkK'on,
U-c.'d, to the t'lei k of the lXunly Couit ol
Maury county, Tennessee,' notice Is hereby
given" lo all persons having claims against
said estate to tile them duly authenticated
with said Clerk on or before the ;lst dsy of
tciol)er. 1S7S, for prorata .distribution, or
I hey will be forever barred.
J. A. J. flOWARD,
May 81, 1878. AUmlnitUalor,
'Mar dwsit'ei : House !
NO. 7 SOUTH
-IS NOW CONDUCTED BY-
(Successors to Andrews, Rarkley & Co.,) - i i -
AGENTS FOR THE
1 AND HORSE
Decres Walking Cultivators!
. Ia? AVe intend selling everything in
price .refore purchasing.
FOIL STOCK OF STAPLE
Cor. Main ami Eight Sts.
' ' v.--
SEPTEMBER THE 3, 1877'
Circulars Mating course of study, and oth
er particulars, will be senton application
to Kb v. O EO. BEC K KTT, Kector.
iulvl3-ly. Columbia. Tcun.
TURBINE WATER WHEEL.
GUARANTEED THE BEST.
Stout. Mills & Temple,
Manufacturers and Proprietors.
ALSO, Flour and Pa-)-r
and Ueueral Mill Fnr
nlshprH. Large illus
trated catalogue sent
tree on application to
Stout. Mills Tem
ple, Payton, Ohio, or
J, m CABLES,
Carver & Horn's
HOG CI10LER4 REMEDY.
A certain, effective and prompt cure, and
a sure preventive of the sores-d ot the dis
spresd ot the dis-
ease, f rice fiOO a Package, containing auf-
Sclent to cure twenty botes. Save yonr boss
at a cost ol only ten cenis a nenn.
A.J. i. aih tnitni.,
8ept7-ly. Nashville. Tenn
John Kmith, col., vs. Klisa .Smith, col.
IT appearing from simiavit nica in this
cause that Che Kllr.a tm itli. coj.. Is
. nnn- resident of the State of Tennessee: it
is tueretore orderel that she enter her f-IHrai-anee
herein tel'ore or within the first
three days t the nest term of the Chancery
Court, to be ht-ld at Columbia, on the first
Mnn.lnv in October next. 1S7M. and plead.
answer or demur to complainant's bill, or
the same will he taaen lor coniesseu as to
her. and set for hearing exparte: that a
copy ot this order be published for lour con
secutive weeks in the Columbia Herald
J one la, i&m. mo, kuuru, ,
m rs'ifrf-ilrt'i i iir.'.t -i 1 1 ii-iii rn nrrriT r
I ""Sin. 1
Reapers & Mowers,
Meikle's Doable Shovels' ,
our line as low as possible. Call and
. ' - , mnjo-io.
AiiD FAHCY GROCERIES '
OFFERED TO MERCHANTS
i DISEASED LIVER I
TUNCAN'S Liver and Kidney Medicine
Xj is a cur- for all diseases baring their
oriein in a diseased state of the Kluuey or
Liver, such as Sick Headache, Dyspepsia,
Swimming in the Head, loss of appetite,
bad taste in the mouth Heartburn, Ten
derness or Fullness over the Keglon of the
Stomach, Cramp Colic, Costlveuess, 1'alpl.
tation of the Heart, Fain in the Back, Hides
aud Limbs, and all diseases peculiar to fe
males. Wh can say to our friends that the
above medicine Is Jut what it Is represent
ed to be, and is pronounced by every one
who has nsed it, far superior to any Liver
Medicine they haveever used. We know I
that it gives better satisfaction than any we
nave ever hoiu. unnwing h 10 M purely
vegetable, we can recommend It to our suf
fering friends. Price 75 cents. For sain by
i jiiuw oc woiunuge. znayi-7a.
Fancy Goods Einporinni,!
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
105 FOUTH 8TKEET.
Bet. Market and Jefferson, Lotiisnll?. Ky
IToson House !
JVltlVS S& -LOClSOIls
RATES $2.00 PER DAY.
We also have a Livery Stable connected ;
with the house, with new and eletrant turn
outs, which will be furnished promptly by I
'"S i" "ie .rropneiors. jann-( -ir.
W. J. Btrayhorn.
. r . Ajueioiie.
CRAIG c CO.,
Grain and ' Produce Merchants, i
Have opened a large Ware-honse at the
Union Depot. They have ample storage
rwm, auu solicit consiKnmeBts. orders
promptly and satisfactorily filled. A fresh
supply of Family ttrocerles always on
baud, at the very lowest price. Co -no and
ee us. oct26-12in.
Gor'iiient Claim Agency. ;
Ry a late act of Conzress all soldiers of
t he war of 1812 are en til ted to s pension of
s.lX) per month, and all their widow,
without regard to the date of their marri
age or their loyalty. All claims against
Government for property taken during the
war. and where parties have filed their
claims and their attorney have left the
country or neKlectert tnelr Interest. I will
attend to -with dnspatcb. Bounties, Pen
sions and all ktnua of Claims. Punnm
communicating should enclose stamp to
insure answeT. umce nnuer lierald and
Mail, No.ia norm Main street, Oolambli
March Zi-77-ly. JOHN U WIlfiON.
J. r. HTREET.
STREET EHBBf i fe CO.,
II A MI) W A
, - - . , . , -t.-i
MAW IIMIIK IllliliV llllllll.
BOY'S AND MEFS SADDLES,
ALL KINDS MECHANIC vtJOOLS !
Hubs, Spokes and Felloes,
Steel and Chilled Iron Plows!
GUM and LEATHER BELTIUG !
Lard and Machine Oil !
All Kinds Leather Work Made and Repaired
Well and Promptly.
STEEET, EMB.EY & CO.,
DRY-GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING, STAPLE AND FAN
CY GKOCEIUFS, WHEAT,
CON, LARD, SUGAR, COFFEE, SALT,
PvprvHiinir iisiiallv kent in a
bank's Standard Scalts, CORN, HAY, HOfJS, CATTLE, ETC.,
and jniarantee their prk-es to be as cheap as the cheapest.
Juuctiou: Mt. l'leasant and Hamiwhife pikes,
To the citizens of Columbia and Maury county:
cured the entire stock of
China, Glassware, Etc.,
of Mr. J. L. 15ond. and secured the OLD
ly occupied by Dobbins & Jirown.) 1 am
me in ssivinK that my stock of
the State. In view of the stringency
: . i . l ... ....tiitl ..;fl vT r T.
I rythinjr needed by a good housekeeper,
I AlTENTION, can olter inducements.
To tlie manv friends wno Have so nijeraiiy naironieu nie m tne past, x re-
urn grateful thanks, and now eay I desire your trade.
Call and see me, Cor. North Main
May 17, 1S78.
"SjlTTTF,f tT- 5nTtfi I
a J " tS9
.VT THE OLD STAND,)
South Main Street,
The most superb turnouts fiirnlsliea on the
rates. Kpeclal alteouon paiu 10 Doaruing nn
Omnlbose from oar staoie, uivm oniJiiuaravi .w. ....uj,,
.. " Jan3-77-ly.
WILEY J. EMBBT
R K !
COIiN, MEAL, FLOUR, BA-
first-f -lass house. A1o weisrhs on Fair-
I desire to say, having se-
QUEENS WAKE STAND, (recent
receiving . such additions as will jtistiiy
House-furnishing Goods will lie epi il to any in
of money matters, etc, J have deter-
ll.-rr 1 ulioll oitit..a -tT tt itrtt.
aud giving thLj department SPECIAL
Street and the Public Square.
-X7V. n.. TT .AM.
. --- ' I
snort si nonce, uu i. mr inwi reasonaqe
wu si.ii " i"i
Nashville Advertisements , ,
DON'T FORGET !
When you want
Suit for Dress or
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. McFARlfcVND.
W. H.. EScITarland Co.,
MANUFAITL'HKIW AND DKAlJiRH l.N
Doors, Sasli, 33lixxdQ,
MOULDING S AND SHINGLES.
ALL KINDS OF
OHice and rianiiig Mill Is'o. 81 North
VAN S.' LINDSLEY, M. D.,
Gives his exclusive attention to the medical and surgical
treatment of the diseases of tho
Eyo, Ear, Tlibat and NToso,
No. H South Cherry Slrt t t,
NASHVILLE. : : :
No. 45 Union Street.
Th nri'lerslcnptl linvlns tMirrlinrd the cntirn Ktock, worUInu In-lrniixMilx mid good
willof IheOtKKS AKTtlAI.I.IiHY, would rwiwl Oilly nnuouiii'o 1 1 1 : I lie Is mliy pn-pH.
Hiid 'lclcniiined l nialnliilii lh K'PulJtllon ol tlic .-;;tt il i -.li ri i r m us I he I-I lis' A I IT
GAI.I.EHV lu the Hontlnrn l-tal.'s. All tinprovfinriits iu plioUnjinpliy me piuuiplly
oOupled.aud all our work guurnnlecd to give biIInIhci Ion.
July 20, lS77.-ly. .Siu'crsisor lo Carl C. 4 l--H. Dcc'd.
W. K DOBSON,
Church Street, Corner South Cherry
With Benson A Brown,
No. 50 North College St., - NAKHVILI.fc.
Manuaclurcr anil Dealer ln-
Boqiict and Miu-i- Standf,
Chair Cain and
Pictures of all Kinds,
NO. 38 TJNION STKELT,
Between College and Cherry,
NASHVILLE, - - ' ,TKNN.
Jfc8 Lookin-(jlassfH put in old
' frameH. Old I'ictui-es and r ranies Ue
H. V. BASSETT,
A ND ICE- CUE A M SA L O ON,
NO. 46 UNION STREET,
: : Tennessee.
rnfliiini. nw u
Wholesale and Retail Agency
For the world-renowned Pianos of
Tocetlier with the Nation's favorites, lineon
A Kerr, iSacon Haven, Hnlnes llros.. J. A
C. Flcher, aud the "MfHlel I'Ihiio, (Arlon
Piano Co.,) at prices from Jl7f.m upwards.
Orleans for Churches, Ijodircs and Parlor,
from the cclbrated makers, Mason A Ham
lln, Burdett, New Kugland Organ Co., and
(. A. Prince A t o., all having nrst-clasa
Milals and indorsement of the Musical
Profession and public In general. Prices
from CriMM to OKI.IK). Comtetltlon in genu
ine (not bogus) Instruments met with prices
aud terms to suit the times.
Nlieet M ante for the million, at one to
ten cents per page first-class authors.
largest assortment of Italian and other
Hlrlngs, and Hmall Musical Instruments.
Kastern discount to Uchools. the Profes
sion and Hook (Stores.
Correspondence solicited. laraiogues
sent on application. Music mailed tree.
-The Proprietor respectfully announces
that he has taken the agency lor the sale of
I.lghle A Krnst 1'iauo, (Successors ut i.isuie,
Newton A Bradbury.) The following ex
plain their position:
M A DISON, If , Dec. 27, 1878.
To the EdWar Mutic Jrwle Kciuw, Jv.
Will you please send me those back nnnj
hersofvour Ilevlew, which contains the
exuosure of those lraaduleut Plauos, which
hear the name of gcxsl old makers.
This country is being canvassed by drum
mers, who try to oann on these good-lor-
nothlna lnsirumeuiM upon tneunsusnectln
nubile aud far jiers especially, as a real
ifenulne so-auoWso's make, fraudulently
dred dollars for these bogus instruments,
Now the puuiic is maue aware ol n, ana
I lies scamp arrested, the belter. One ol
my young friends paid HVujo lor a Llghte
A Co.'s not worth over I.)I.W1, and I ;bear
the Krad:ury Isjust tliesametf not worse.
Please uul.lUh this In your able Journal,
and save some of those who aro about to be
J . Jul fcKli;LI. J A LTKOK.
(The I.lehte Co. Is a fraud-Light A
Krnstmske the only genuine Llghte Pi
ano. tiewareoFBii nnuinunr rmiiui;iiiuj
of them are made by Halo, liardnian and
o'hers. tD. oi. i. ii.)
Other Correspondeuce can be shown ex
posing bogutpui'ut. with other catch names,
by applying lota Union street, JJaauviile,
Tenn. . . .
a Stylish Spring;
Vests Shirts for
Nashville', Tenn. .
WM. 11. DAKH
OJUge ami l'J.'J Nurtli- ( lit i iy Sirort
NAsiiviMB, Tkji.n. nv3-ly '..
: : TENNESEE.
tr W O IT L 1) YOU
Hsvlna an ImniciiNi' m4m k, nnd l'lnir le
slroiisol irdiK'liiK II, wr olti'l r.irnl KKHFI.
TIONS in all tlcpiirlnu-nlM. In lilm-k ( MNh
niere, Alpacca, Kliiuri-I and I'aHHlinern
Stock special bari;aliis are oil' red. Avail
yourselves of this portuiiity by giving us
an early cull.
L-FRANKLAND & GO.
NO. IU UNION HTliEET,
I BOOT MAKER,
Ml Chilli li Street,
Aug. 17,-ly .
MRS. E. PIUMMER,
No. North Hummer (Street,
NASI I VILLI', : : TENN
Ut. F. W. il.ci.Mli i.i.k, Nashville,
I-ar !-!: Hi. ving Mill. i't-l all the
liH-IUcnl to Nciiinlula, In mi nuuravatoil
ionn, for elghtxiMi inonilis, IimIi-iiI, nt times
was wild, li li ions, writhed In agonbs of
PHln, whs iiiiniHiniguulile; my liiimly hav
Ing to wutcli me In tin- sun during the
paroxysms lo prevent my lining Imrm Ut
myself; and lull ing x pi-nili-il hundred
dollars in traveling anil si eklng relief lo no
purpose, ami liiimly luivlug liecniiii! so de
tillllHteo as to liicuMiUMle my withdrawal
from and c asing to Ht.u-nd to iy IiiikIuchm
stall. 1 went to Tiillalioma with my iitml
ly to.sjieiid be Kiiiiimer Slid try to temper
atealilile. W hi le there I met Mr. (Samuel
M. A men I, from .asnvilln, 1 enn., who ad
visel the use of your "Cure," by lln. uso of
which be had bm-ii curi-l of a ( rrllile -umh.
I had fcally lin-l all hote ol i v. r Is-lng
urcl, but 1 orilcr-l by iiiail a dollar pack
age Iroin NashviUi', more lor the purismeof
proving to tne gentleman iiiat ilicre was
ciK' case It would not cure, than lor any re
lief I cxprrUd to di-i i ve from Its use; but
took It according to ilitri-tions, ft ml to my
own amazement and the surprise of every
one else, u cured me. linn now well and
lolly restored to comforialiln l. t-lln. The
cure was eflected betwten lln'SUi m,h1 211111
of July, lt76. Vur truly,
WM. II. MAKTI.V.
Having known Mr. Win. It. Martin a
number of years we take pli-sNiiie In vouch
ing for any statement lie may make.
JU-spei-lliilly, llerry, Itemovilln A Co.,
tray. K Irk man A Co.. Morns t- Mirattou.
Kvans, FlUi, i'oili-riV t o. '
Tho above cure la sold by Columbia
Hotel and Restaurant!
(Newly Refitted lu Flrst-Clas Ktyle.)
ripen day and night, at Nashville and
CliHltauoogH and St. Lotus Itallroad fepot
Nash ville, Tenn. Keeps on hand lull sup
ply ol Krcsli (lywU-rs. pHssengi-is will lo
called day or ulglil iu lime (or lh depart
ure ol all trains. Meals r H Hn arrival
of every train. The liar Is furiilsbtd with
the finest Wines, Ll'iuors and Cigars. Po
lite clerks and sei vaui are In ailennance
at all hours. IjkIh h' private dining room
Just handHomely retitteil.
oclo-ui. KtUKHT EVi Iop Y.
Mrs. S.-J. Little,
No. 27 North Summer Htreet,
Board fn per week; 85 cents
per day and
La Pierre House,
No. o7 Summer Strct,
NAHll Vil.LK, . : . TKNNhJSHEK
St so iuit ;ia. v
tT" Nfiitiii-t-s and
law at this kuusc.