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OiEcial Journat of the Town.
OFFICIAL JOURNAL of the DEMO
CRATIC PARTY OF
Thomas McIntyre........... New Orleans
Danchy & Co.............New York City
George P. Rowell & Co... "
Nelson Chesman & Co......St. Louis, Mo
Edwin Alden .................Cincinnati
N. W. Ayer & Son ..........Philadelphia
For Congress :
N. C. BLANICHARD
-We acknowledge the receipt of
the catalogue of the Louisiana State
Fair to be held at Baton Rouge on
October 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25. Thir.
ty thousand dollars will be ,given in
premiums and purses.
-J. D. Boardsley, general" mana
ger of the Louisiana and Northwest
money to extend his road from Bien
ville to Alexandria-[Oaurdian-Jour
ral, Homer, La.
-If people would take the advice
of Mr. E. J. Sullivan, the druggist,
they would never start on a journey
without a bottle of Chamberlain's Co
lic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
It can always be depended upon and
is pleasant to take.
-Col. E. B. Wheelock, general
agent of the Texas and Pacific Rail
road, returned from Alexandria yes
terday morning. Col. Wheelock re
ports this rising and progressive little
town of Central Louisiana as on a
iboom. Preparations are about com
pleted for the publication of the morn
ing daily, in which he will be inter
ested, and the people of the town are
jubilant over its bright outlook and
S -Mr C. B. Jones, of Spring Hill,
Iowa, says: "I have used Chamber
Ilan's Pain Balm for severe and pain
f:ul burns with better effect than any
thing else I have ever tried. It re
!:]evee the pain instantly and cures
wiithut leaving a sear." Pain Balm
is one of. the most useful medicines
b -at any faamfly can be provided with,
especially for rheumatism, lame back,
sprains, bruises, tooth-ache, ear-ache
.a end like ailments One application
will relieve the pain and a fair trial
Insurei a core. 60 cent bottles for
. isle by. . J. Bullivan.
"-Lake Charles and Alexandria are
:Eitngm a fight for supremacy in mate
y el adlivancement. It is basd to say
fbih will land first.-[Attakapas
Th po room for rivalry be
Sween Alexan'drit-rnd Lake Charles;
.we will be unitei by iron bands. The
S:arger Alevandria grows the more ne
Sessity, for deep water at the Caleasien
ai" r, and 'the more. business for Lake
'i.-.:Charles- Once connected by a direct
'" railroad, the prosperity of either place
w1il: react beneficially upon the other.
"--[Lake Charles Echo.'
SVSIAL TzLRORAPY.--The prob
lem of "visual telegraphy" is said to
have been solved by English invent
ors. The instrument is known as the
eleetro-phonoseope, and is the joint
invention of Prof. Hughes, F. R. S.,
and Mr. W. H. Preece, F. R. S., and
the work was earried out by Mr.
Strob and Mr. Martin Roberts. By
the use of this instrument the sender
of a message from a distant station
appears in person before his corres
pondent, and with a telephone it is
possible not only to speak to him, but
also see him and watch the expression
e;. sof his features. The instrument is a
perfect complement of the telephone,
and probably illustrates what tele
0. graphy is likely to be in the future.
Sieveral eminent American electricians
bave long been working on the dif.-i
cult problem or visual telegraphy, and
`'" this news may be somewhat surprising
to Ithem.-[Boston Commercial Bul
-The issue between the "fry the
faten and the "tforce and frandn wings
of thbe Republican party is not as to
whether the country shall be spared
the McKinley tariff bill, designed to
indiseriminately plunder the industrial
calasses of the people, or the Lodge
bill to involve the South in violence
and bloodshed. As both cannot pos
sibly be crowded through this session
of Oogrene, the question is simply as
to whibh of these villainous measures
shall have precedence of the other.
Fifteen or twenty years ago, when a
furious freansy for vengeance upon the
'8outh inflamed the North, the "force
and fraud" gang of.traitors would have
cearried the day by an overwhelming
majority. .u~t, as passion has cooled
.doWn and the rapacity of the proteo
** ted classes has become nogovernable
the leaders of the "fry the fats" faction
realize that unless the bill to rifle the
pockets of the industrial classes for
benefit of the "fats" becomas a law,
any hope of carrying the election in
189I maeust be abandoned. At this
time the purchasing power of four hun
tired thousand dollar Wanamaker cor
rupting fonds, both wings now realize
will do much more toward electing a
Jepnblion Pseuident than will the
blood of a thousalad "piggers" killed
, i assailing the civilihttip of the
a BSINl se MOVE.
The New Orleans trade committee,
consisting of about sixty representa
tive merchants of that city, under the
auspices of the Board of Trade, are
mailing copies of the following circu
lar to merchants in Louisiana, Missir
sippi, Arkansas and Texas, with whom
they expect trade:
New Orleans Trade Committee, Board
of Trade Building, New Orleans, August
20th, 1890--Dear Sir. We desire to show
you that New Orleans possesses superior
addantages as a manufacturing, jobbing
and importing market, and that by rea
son of its close connection by river, rail
and sea with other centers, it affords su
perior advantages to those intending to
purchase stacks of merchandise. In or
der to induce poun to buy here your fall
stock, this committee is prepared to fur
nish transportation here and back for
that purpose for you or your representa
tive; should you desire to avail yourself
thereof. Should you desire to accept this
offer please purchase a ticket to this city,
and on presentation of this document at
the office of the undersigned or any firm
whose name is on the reverse, we will re
fund the amount paid by you and furnish
you with a ticket to your home.
The Times-Democrat says these com
munications have thus far been attend
ed by the most satisfactory results to
the enterprising merchants of New Or
leans, who have adopted this plan of
reaching their patrons in this and oth
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Catorla,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When shehad Children, she gave them Castoria.
Salvator's Great Peat at Monmouth
NEW YORK, August 28.-The Mon
mouth meeting came to a close to-day
i in a burst of glory. Mr. Haggins'
- grand horse Salvator lowered the re
cord by three and three-quarter sec
onds, running the distance over a
straight track, with 110 pounds up, in
1:35j. The fact that the trial was to
be made brought a big crowd of peo
ele to the track, and it looked at one
time in the day as if they would be
" disappointed, as it was announced, as
it was announced by people who knew
the stable that Matt Byrnes would not
let Salvator start unless Murphy could
ribe him. Murphy was under suspen
sion for his actioni n the Fireozi race
on Tuesday, and his riding of Salva
tor would mean his exoneration of all
charges. Matters were settled after
the second race when the executive
committee, after deliberating on Mur
phy's case, decided to suspend him un
til after the Shecpshead Bay and
It was not known by the public who
- would have the mount on Salvator.
Then Bergen's name apoeared, and at
once there was a rush to "bookies,n
who made Salvator the favorite, lay
ing 1 to 2 against him, while 8 to 5
was wagered that he would not break
the record. There was a big plunge
on Salvator, and his price tell to 1 to
3, while 2 to 1 was laid against time.
-Some books stood 4 to 5 over or un
der 1;e9, and did a large business.
There was a long delay after the
hory sounded, and when Salvator did
finally make hLie appearance, accom
panied by Rosetta and Namona, the
pace makers, a load cheer went up.
Slowly they cantered up the straight
stretch, and in a few minutes only a
cloud of'dust marked their progress to
the starting, where Mr. Caldwell and
hulf a dozen aids were awaiting them.
Salvator and Namona were nearly a
furlong past the post, leaving Rosetta
!behind. Namona went off in front,
Sand was ten lengths past the starting
Spoint before Salvator reached it, going
Iat a hot pace. When the half mile
post was reached Salvator hed dis
tanced Namona, and was making ra
pid strides after Rosetta, who had jusoet
been started. Rosetta, who is very
Sspeedy for five furlongs, ran under a
a pull, and was a splendid pacemaker
for Salvator The people in the grah
stand who held watches were standing
in open-moathed amazement at the
horse's wonderful speed. The quarter
had been traveled in 239 seconds, the
half in 47k seconds, and Salvator
showed no signs of tiring.
The watches showed 1:11j at the
three-iluarter poet, and a furlong far
ther Bergen began riding the gallant
oheetnot. He brought him past the
wire like a whirlwind, and at once
there fell a hush on the spectators.
The way in which the timekeepers
acted indicated that the record had
been broken, and when the figures
of 1:35k were put up, tJrre was wild
excitement among the spectators,
which lasted, in a measure, the rest of
-For Bagging, Ties and Twine
go to Jonas Hiller. He keeps the
best assortment of general merchant
dise in the Parish, and his prices are
the lowest. Call on him and be con
vinced of what we say.
A BOON FOR SUFFERING WOXAN
If there are times in life that try men's
souls there are also times that try wo
men's souls. As woman's organization in
general is more delicate than man's, so
she has special functions of a far more
delicate charocter, which render her
much more liable to derangement and
disease, and which require much more
skillful and careful treatment. No class
of diseases tests a physician's skill or a
medicine's efficacy more severely than
Female Diseases. No medicine has ever
proved more successful in the cure of
such diseases than Pe-ru-na. In that
most trying of periods, which every mid
dle-aged woman nlust pass through, Pe
ru-na has proved a true boon to tne sex.
"I had been a great sufferer for three
years," writes Mrs. 8. Smith, of Hills
ville, Pa. "I had given up all hope,
when I commenced taking Pe-ru-na and
Man-a-lin. Now I am as well as ever in
my life." Regulate the bowels with
Man-a-lin. For sale by Henry St. John.
-The next big day in the United
States Navy conies Nov. 18th. That
day our first armored battle ship, the
Maine, will be launched.
Very Extraordinary Bone Scratching.
Herbert Sperry, Tremont, Ill., had the
Erysipelas in both legs. Confined to the
house six weeks. He says: "When I was
able to get on my legs, I had an itching
sensation that nearly run me crazy. I
scratched them raw to the bones. Tried
everything without relief. I was tor
mented in this way for two years. I then
found Clarke's Extract of Flax (Papilion)
Skin Cure at the drug store, used it, and
it has cured me sound and well." Clarke's
Flax Soap has no equal for bath and toi
let. Skin cure $1. Soap 25 cents. For
sale by Jacob Geiger.
-The Roman Catholic Society for
the Propogation of the Faith, whose
headquarters are in Rome, received
last year for foreign missionary pur
poses $1,300,000, two-thirds of which
came from France.
Clarke's Extract of Flax Cough Cure
It is a sure cure for whooping congh.
It stops that whoop, and permits the
child to catch its breath. It is entirely
harmless. Good for any cough of child
hood or old age. It heals the bronchi
and lungs, and stops the cough. For
winter or bronchial cough this syrup is
the best ever discovered. Only one size,
large bottle. Price $1 at Jacob Goiger's
drug store. Clarke's Flax Soap makes
the skin smooth, soft and white. Price
-Slowly and surely the colored
people are awaking to the fact that
they will not really be free until they
have gained their political indepen
dence. And they cannot attain that
until they ,ease to be the property of
the Republican party. - [Savannah
Is Consumption Incurablet
Read the following: Mr. C. H. Morris,
Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with
abscess of lungs, and friends and physi
cians pronounced me an incurable con
sumptive. Began taking Dr. King's New
Discovery for consumption, am now on
my third bottle, and able to oversee the
work on my farm. It is the finest medi
cine ever made." Jesse Middlewart, De
catur, Ohio, says: "Had it net been for
Dr. King's New Discovery for consump
tion I would have died of lung troubles.
Was given up by doctors. Am now in
best of health. Try it. Sample bottles
free at Jacob Geiger's.
-Congressman Ewart, of North
Carolina, who ardently opposed the
election bill when it was before the
House, has been triumphantly renomi
nated and indorsed by his consetitu
ents. No force bill is wanted by ths
Southern Republicans. - [St. Louis
-- -- 1- , 4-.---..
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of praise. A purer
medicine does not exist and it is guaran.
Iteed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will oure all diseaset of the liver
and kidneys, will remove pimples, boils,
salt rhenm and other affectione caused by
impure blood. Will drive malaria from
the system and prevent as well as cure all
malarial fevers. For cnre of headaebe,
constipation and indigestion try Electric
Bitters. Entire satisfaction gnaranteed,
or money refunded. Price 50 cents and
$1 per bottle at Jacob Geiger's Eagle
-St. Louis has just laid in her
quinquennial stock of postal cards.
Says the Globe-Democrai: *'Nine mil
lion five hundred thousand postal
cards have been received at the Fede
ral Card Sub-Agency in this city.
This immense number filled two pos
tal cars and occupies much of the sub
agency's floor space in the basement
of the custom house."
Bucklen's Arnuica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cute,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skiu eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Jacob Geiger, Eagle
-The Russian edict against the
Jews may or may not be undergoing
rigid enforcement, but it is a fact, nev
ertheless, that at the port of New York
alone during the past two months there
has been aninorease of over 4000 Ruoa
sian Jew immigrants. Perhaps it may
be voluntary exile, but it is all the
-Oh, such lovely FURNITURE.
All stvylvs and patterns, and so cheap,
at BAUER & WEIbl'S. To see is
to be convinced, so call and see for
yourselves. Good large size beds
from $3.50 up. Front street, oppo
site Ferry Landing.
M. W. CALVIT
- DEALER IN -
Choioe Eentuaoky oourbon
SOLE AEENT FOR
L. OPPENHEIMER & C0.
Blue Grass Club,
Hand-Made Nelson County
Crescent Rye Whiaies.
H. M. LOOM ER & CO.,
Land - Dealers,
GENERAL DEALERS IN
LARGE and SMALL TRACTS OF
PINE, OAK & CYPRESS
Sugar and Cotton Farms and
Farming Lands, Mill
A LSO HOUSES AND LOTS AND VA
cant lands in Alexandria and ad
joining towns. Accurate estimates of all
kind of timber made. We have had
many years experience in this line and
guarantee satisfaction Taxes paid for
and non-resident lands looked after. Ab
stracts of titles furnished. Owners of
any kind of lands, houses, lots or vacant
property who desire to sell will do well to
call and see s, as we have an extensive
acquaintance and believe that we can
find a purchaser if any one can.
OUR CHARGES ARE MODERATE.
Live and lct live. Honest dealing and
to assist in making Alexandria the lar
gest city in the State west of the Missis
sippi, our motto.
CAi.LL ancd ex 8E cTS
Oife corner Third and Jackson streets,
One square south of the
REFERENCFES-WH Howcott, New Or
leans; Hon Dan T Settoon, Clerk District
Court, Amite Ciiy, La; Judge Wm Dun
can, Baton Rouge, La; John H Kirby,
Woodville, Texas; Hon Wm F Vilas. ex
Secretary of the Interior Madison, Wis
consin; Honorable Mi H McCord,
Member Congress, Merrill, Wis; Hon Jos
H Woodworth, Ex-Register United States
Land Office, Wanpaca, Wis; Robinson &
Flinn, Detroit, Michigan; and others if
desired. [Aug 27 90-1y.
THE BEST GOODS
LOWEST - PRICES
BAUER - & - WEIL
Front Street, opposite Ferry Landing.
DR. M. R. FISHER,
D EN TIST,
O.ice and Dental Parlors in Osbors
Hotel, Second Floor,
I HAVE RECENTLY FITTED UP Ii
the best manner two dental parlors.
one of which is for the use of white and
the other for colored citizens. In select.
ing my furniture and fixturee 1 havy
tried to purchase the best. and am pre
pared to do all kind of dental wor
promptly, in the highest professional
manner, and at reasonable rates. I ai
prepared, with the usne of gas, to eztracl
teeth without pain. My gas apparatus ii
the beet manufactured, the same as thai
used by the lurgest dental establishment,
in the Union. Do nottlhink ofgoing te
New Orleans or elsewhere to have dental
work done, when ynu can receive as
good service at home. I am fully pre
pared to 'do Crown and Bridge work.
This is a method by which teeth may be
saved after the crowns are too far deeay.
ed to fill. Persons living in the conntry
will please notify me before coming to
have work done, so arrangements can be
made to attend to them upon arrival.
POffice honrs from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
The patronage of the public is respect.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
Parish of Rapidesu-lSth Judioial Die.
WJL.tUM J. CALVIT )
vs. No. 2904.
ARTHUR EVERETT. ),
BY VIRTUE OF AND TO SATISFY
an alias writ of fleri facias issued
and to me directed in the above entitled
and numbered suit, I have seized and will
offer for sale at public anuction, at the
front door of the Court House of the Par
ish of Rapides, La., between the hours
prescribed by law, on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1890,
the following described property, to-wit:
A eertain tracet or parcel of land situa
ted, lying and being in the Parish of Ra
pides, State of Louisiana, on the north
side of Red river, and described as fol
lows, to-wit: To start at a point on the
lower line of the Treadway tract, now
owned by this purchaser, ninety feet from
the rear line of said tract, thence ran at
right angles with said line fire acres,
thence run parallel with the dividing
line of the said Treadway and Daigre
tracts ten aeres, thence run at right an
glee five to Daid's line, so as to contain
the quantity of fifty acres of pinewoods
land-the aforesaid fifty acres of land be
ing a part and parcel of the 320 acres of
the Hoffman tract, and is bounded on the
one side by lands of David and of this
purchaser, and on all other sides by
lands of this vendor (H. L. Daigre.)
Terms of Sale-Cash, snbject to ap
praisement. . D. T. STAE' FORD,
Anu. 20-td. B heriffh
T'laae - University
T"ULANE COLLEGE HAS FOUR PAR
CliWal, Literary, Scien c, Engieerig,
leading to the degree of A. B. orB. 8.
Tulane High School bas three courses,
Classical, Literary and Scientific, Mechan
foeal, with Manual Training School, and
prepares for Business or College. The H.
Sophie Newcomb Memorial College offers
facilities for higher education of Young
Women, with a preparatory department.
Next.Annual Session begins October let,
1890. Medical College opens Monday,
October 20th. Law Department, Mon
day, November 17th.
W Catalogues containing full informa
tion may be had upon application to the
Secretary of the University.
WM. PRESTON JOHNSTON,
President of University.
University High School
Male and Female Students.
MILITARY - DISCIPLINE - AND
N EXT REGULAR SESSION BEGINS
September 1st, 1890, and closes
June lst, 1891.
Primary, Business and Classical De.
Tuition....................$2, $3 and $4.
I Board, including lights and fuel,
$12 per month, in private families.
H. H1. WHITE,
June 25-3m. . Principal.
er A Million Distributerl
La. State!Lottery Co.
W Incorporated by the Legislature
for Educational and Charitable purposes,
and its franchise made a part of the pres
ent State Constitution, in 1879, by an over
whelming popular vote.
I ITS GRAND EXTRAORDINARY
DRAWINGS take place Semi-Annually,
(June and December,) and its GRAND
SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS take
place in each of the other ten months in
the year, and are. all drawn in public,at
the Academy of Music. New Orleans, La.
We do hereby certify that twe aspervise the
arrangements for all the mosthly and semi
annual drawings of the La. State Lottery
Company, and in person manage and control
the drawings themselves, and that the same
are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in
good faith toward all parties, and we autheor
ise the Company to use this certificate, with
fae simile of our signatures attached, is its
We, the undersigned banks and bank
ers will pay all prizes drawn in the Louis
iana State Lotteries which may be presen.
ted at our counters.
R. M. WALMSLEY,
Pres. La. Nat. Bank.
Pres. State Nat. Bank.
Pres. N. O. Nat. Bank.
Pres. Union Nat. Bank.
Grand Monthly Drawing,
Will take place at the Academy of Music,
TUESDAY, SEPT. 9, 1890,
100,00Tickets at *20; Halves $10; Quar
[ ters *5,; Tenths *2; Twentieths $1
a LIST OF PRIZES:
1 PRIZE OF *300,000 is.... ...00 000
1 PRIZE OF 100,000 is.. .... 100 000
1 PRIZE OF 50,000 is...... 50000
1 PRIZE OF 25,000 is....... 25000
, 2 Prises of . 10,000 are..... 20000
1 5 Prizes of 5,000 are..... - 25 000
25 Prises of 1,000 are..... 05 000
I100Prizesof 500 are. ... 50000
- 200 Prizes of 300 are..... 620 000
S500 Prizes of 200 are..... 100 000
1 Approximation Prizes:
S100 Prizes of 500 are ......... $ 5000
100 Prizesof 300 are......... 30000
100 Prizes of 200 are......... 20000
999 Prizes of $100 are. ..........$9 900
999 Prizes of 200 are........... 99 900
3,134 prizes amonuting to.....*1,054,000
oU For Club Rates, or any further in
formation desired, write legibly t. the
undersigned, olearly stating .our lesi
Sdenuce, with State. County, Street and
Number. More rapid returnmail delive
Sry will be assmed by your enclosing an
.envelope bearing your full address.
All ordinary letters containing Postal
Notes, Money Orders issuned by al4 Express
,Companies or New York Exoluange.
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
Address registered letters containing
Currency to New Orleans National Bank,
New Orleans, La.
"REMEMBER, that the payment of
prizes is guaranteed by four National
Banks, of New Orleans, and the Tickets
are signed by the President of an Inetita
rtion, whose chartered rights are recog
Snized in the highest Courts; therefore,
Ibeware of all imitations or anonymous
REMEMBER that the.present Charter
Sof the La. State Lottery Co., which the
SUPREME COURT OF THE U. S. has
decided to be a COATRACT with the
State of Louisiana and part of the Con
stitution of the State, DOES NOT EX
SPIRE UNTIL THE FIRST OF JANUA
RY, 1895. The Legislature of LoUisiana,
Swhich adjourned on the 10th of July of
this year, has ordered an AMENDMENT
to the Constitutien of the State to be sub
mitted to the people at an election in
1892, which will carry the Charter of the
LOUISIANA LOTTERY COMPANY up
to the year NINETEEN HUNDRED AND
DL L L R5A.NDOL.PN
Ofoice and Residence, FRONT street.
I Calls will be answered in the city
or conntry. [Jan 190.
2.A.'TE - & - WRiIL
SFor hCke" p .oodes.
Castda is. Dr. Sam'! Pitcher's .Il, iuarless and quick cure fo
Inbats' and Children's Complaints. Superior to Castor-
ýPorio or Narot Syrups. Children cry for Castorsa. .i
ofn Mothers bless Castoria.
Casterls caures Ontte, ConstipatI on "I recommend Castorfa for chldre
Our Stomach, Dliarrhea, Eructation complaDints, as superiortoany pres I
Gives healthy sleep; also aids digestion; known to me." B. A. Accs. M.e. I):
Without narcotic supeefacion. 111 Soi Oxford Sit., Brooklyn, By
Tn Cmarr rta Comair, '7 Murra'y St., NewYork
EAD -& 8 0S I'LINS
Corner Third and Murrayt &s.,
- Mfanufacturers Agents and Dealers in -
Pianos, Organs, Sheet Mus
GENERAL - MUSICAL M- ERCHAN
The Celebrated Schubert Piano. The Smith and Colby Planos, These
Well adapted to our climate.
T'IHTE - OHICACGO - COTTAGE - OR
This Organ is nearly a perfect imitation in volume, sweetness and
tone of the Pipe Organ.
Pianos and Organs sold at Lour Cash Prices and Upon
Payments on Time.
THE SCHUBERT PIA:
is renowned for tone, construction, durabilijty and fin.
manufacturer's warranty or guarantee is given.'
Severy purchaser of a Piano or an .;
Oifgan from us.
PIANO and ORGAN repairing and tuning a specialty. We have a fl
Maker and Tuner in charge of our repair shop. All, work guaruawu
Call upon or write to us. We will treat you right. -.
Correspondene- solicited. Imperial Piano Polishf
MARKET ALUE2 CO
-Send for.Bo ok.,
DdD YE.Jon ES Co
, " .LITTLE goC ;A
The Original Wins.
C. F. Simmons, St. Louis, Prop'r
M. A. Simmons Liver Medicino, st'd
8S0o in the U. S. Court bnaTS J.
H. feilin, Prop'rA. Q. Simmons Liv
er Regulator,'Est'd by Zeilin s868,
f. A.. S.L. 1. .has for 47 yeam
cured INDIOSzTION BILzoIezss,
Awrsnrz Soa STOuACHI ETC.
Rev. T. 13B, Reams, Putor fM. .
SChurch, Adams Tenn., writes: "I
think I should iave been dead but
for your Genuine M. A. Sim.
mons Liver Medicine. I have
sometimes had to substitute
errn "Zeilin's stuff" for your Medi.
g;y cine, but it don't answer the
purpose ' •' -
- Dr. R. Graves Editor 7
Medicine, and have ied ha f it
It workshke a charm. I want no
better Liver Reulator and ear
tainly no more ot lia'e miztu_
For sale by Jacob Gei
JOB .. EVERY
DESCRIPTIONNEATLY EXE 'D~'
THIS OEFICE. GIVE A TRIl
ena'lReceiving If oria ingi
Keeps on hand for sale Lime,
Coal, Corn, Oats,
i. Will make liberal adv
Cotton ond other produce, ana
so pay the highest markeDt
°i Agent for the MilbMt
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