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St. Louis Advertisements.
Miscellaneous and Foreign.
IN"aeh villo Advertisements.
LOOK OCT I .
A you Journey on your way,
Look out !
Life in more ol work than piny
Life is lalior more than ease
If its uurpoi-e high you'd seize
v . Lookout!
Keep youreyes e'er open wide
Look out !
If you'd sail on fortune' tide.
Take it at its flood, and steer
Onward bravely without fear
Look out !
Shoal and hidd.-n rocks are found
. Look out !
h"cn where fortune's gilts abound ;
Therefore stand Arm at the helm,
Lest disastci overwhelm
Look out !
Tbcrc'g a prize for all who stand
Stout of heart firm oi hand
In the middle of tba atr'fe,
Making noble Use of life
Look out I
Think not sloth will bring you gain
Look out !
Idle Uvea are lived In vain ;
Work U profit work alone
Wins the prize we long to own
Look out J
Labor ou with purpose true
Labor nobly, no that you,
When the battle here is done
Heaven's bounty shulipiave wou
Orient Pearls at Random Stria..
If the Lord be God, follow him.
T'liA T.nr.l rrdnrnot Ii lot Ilia taul'th
Remember the Sabbath day to
keep it holy. Scripture. , "
Godliness with Contentment, i
Tn all thy way acknowledge God,
and he shall direct thy paths.
He that Bowcth to the spirit, shall
of the spirit reap life everlasting.
Perfection of mind consists of
firmness and mildness, of force and
tenderness of rigor and grace.
Education is at homo a friend,
abroad an introduction, in solitude
a solace, in society an ornament.
God it is said by the Psalmist,
"forgcttcth not the cry of the hum
ble." There is a proverb which says:
"lie not wise in their own eyes fear
the Lord, and depart from evil."
Hob not the poor, because ho is
poor; neither oppress thealtlicteci in
the gate. . -
Blessed are thev which hunger
and thirst after righteousness, for
they shall be filled. .
The Psalmist says. O Lord, in
the morning will I direct my prayer
unto thee, and will look up. ,
Follow peace with all men, and
holiness, without which no man
6hall see the Lord.
The third Commandment says:
"Thou shalt not take the name of
tho Lord thy God in vain."
Let us sot weary in well-doing,
for in due season we shall reap if we
Enter not into the path of the
wicked, and go not in the path of
What we term the course of na
ture, is the incessant administration
Action right action is man's sal
vation, physical and mental, motion
is natures :flrst law.
For the sorrowing and distressed,
tho Christian always has a heart to
fuel, and a hand to help. .
"No man liveth to himself," and
therefore wherever good can be done,
or evil arrested, every child of God
is ready and willing to do his duty.
Alan was created to search for
truth, to love tho beautiful, to de
sire what is good, and to do what is
A bright and beautiful bird is
hope. It will come to us umid tho
darkness and sing the sweetest song
wucu uurniiiii)ra buu.
IScauty flows in the wavesof light,
radiates from the human face di
vine, and sparkles in the pathway of
In the book of llosca, God is rep
resented as saying: "I will be as
dew unto Israel; he shall grow as the
lilly, and cast forth his roots as Leb
anon." It rcqurics more prowess, and
greatness of spirit to obey Cod
faithfully,- than to command an
army of men; to be a Christian, than
to be a captain.
Tho love of the beautiful and true,
like the dew-drop in the heart of
the crystal, remains forever liquid
In the inmost shrine of a man's
Opportunity is the flower of time,
atfd as the stock may remain when
tho flower is cut oil, so time may be
with us when the opportunity i
The benevolence of the genuine
child of God is like a majestic river;
. broad, placid and refreshing in its
course, and his liberality is bounded
only by his ability.
The Psalmist says: The Lord is
my light and my salvation; whom
Khali Ifear? tho Lord is tho strength
of my life; of whom shall I be
' af raids
Tho man who never has tried the
companionship of a little child has
carelessly passed by one of the great
est pleasures of life, as ono passes a
rare flower without plucking it or
knowing its value.
I Tho death of an idlo, shiftless
man is quaintly described as like
putting your linger in a bowl of wa
I or and then withdrawing it. There
is no hole left iu the water to show
where the linger went in or came
A religious paper in mentioning
the death of one of its friends, de
scribes him as a man of the noblest
principles, of the purest morality of
tho simplest faith and of the broad
est charity. The highest type of a
There is no greater expounder of
moral principal, no eloquent teach
er of divine truth, who is more use
ful in God's world than a business
man who carries his religion Into his
Pleasure is a rose near which
there ever grows a thorn of evil. It
is wisdom's work to so carefully
pluck the roses as to avoid the
thorn, and let its rich perfumes ex
hale to heaven in gratitude and ado
ration of Him who gave the rose to
, . .
The Fukllc Printing.
Wo published this 'morning the
report of the Committee appointed
by the Legislature to investigate the
charges of Mr. John ISaxter, of
Kuoxville, against Jones, Purvis Jk
Co., Printers to the State. Uy ref
erence to our Legislative proceed
ings, it will bo seen that the gentle
men accused by Mr. Baxter are
triumphantly vindicated both by the
report of the committee and by a
vote of each house, so overwhelming
that Mr. Baxter's "dearest friend '
did not dare to call for the ayes and
noes on the motion to adopt the re
port of the committee.
This result was not unexpected to
those who knew the unenviable re
putation whichjMr. Baxter has ob
tained, and the less enviable reputa
tion of the Itadical journal through
which he squirts his tilth. Thegen
tlenien whose names are signed to
t hat report, coming from the several
divisions of the btate, are gentle
men of such integrity of purpose,
and such strict impartiality that
their signatures carry irresistible
conviction of the correctness of their
conclusions. Against them stands
arrayed the name of Mr. Gibson, of
Campbell, whose opposition was
expected from the first, ami whose
disapprobation is honor. We have
earnestly endeavored to get a copy
of Mr. Gibson's production, but
have utterly failed. It was our de
sire to make special mention of it iu
connection with his speech and the
report of the Committee.-, Un ion
A, Tyler & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers in
Groceries and Foreign
No. 15 North Market ; Strket,
O t iiH-'im.
i;i:i:i:v, 111:11111 ii.lii & m.
Wholesale Iealcrs in
Paints, Oils, Spices,
Dye Stuffs and Perfumery,
4 & 5 South Side Public Square,
BookStationerr & FrintinjE House.
PAUL & TAVEL,
48 Union Street,
IJARTICULAIt attention paid to the
manufacture of Court Eecords, Bauk
and Insurance work.
Orders for anything in our line promptly
attended to, at low rule.
J. N. 6PERRY.
NELSON & SPERRY,
DISTILLERS OF PURE
Bourbon and Rye Whiskies,
Alcohol & Cologne Spirits,
NO. 3$ Soi'TlCM ARKET ST.,
ALSO, AGENTS OF
Green Brier Distillery,
CREEN BRIER STATION,
Robertson Co., Texx.
( t. 2H-3m
The Clotiilxg Trade,
WE have just opened a larger Stock ol
Heady-made tioods, adapted to the
early Kail and Winter wear or the South
west, than ever before, which we will sell
(to Merchants only ) at the very
Lowest Eastern Trices,
and we earnestly Invite buyers to call and
examine our stock.
Particular attention Is called to ourew
Styles of Suit Those Goods have been con
ceded by all who have examined them, su
periority in make, color and finish, and will
sittlsfy any one that, at the prices at which
we offer them, they are the cheapest, by
far, of any in this market. .
, A FULL LINE OF
Beaver Over Coats,
And Gum Clothing, on Sale.
Orders Carefully Filled.
Bolivar H. Cooke & Co.,
WareroomsNo. 70 Public Square.
aopt 10, 1371-tf
Foreign and Miscellaneous.
CAIT. TITOS. CLAJtK, late Clerk of the
Chancery Court Tor Madison county,
Is appointed and now enters upon his duties
as District Agent for the counties of Madi
son, Uibon, Weakley, Henry. Icatur.
Carroll, Benton. Ileudrrson, McXairy and
Etberuhje. All Branch Boards and Local
Airents will report to him. and persons de
siring agencies, or to solicit in said counties,
will please address him.
UOKOON & I'INCKAItn. Managers.
Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 5, 1S70.
A pent and Solicitors wanted in every
county, town and neighborhood. 1 mean
'usinesH, and can oiler good and rcmunera
t uployment to active and reliable men.
' '. I v- rated and by all candid and
Jihtnf.v-.vi .urn acknowledged success
"this .Association: t-?e equity of all its
t .sot-cl .:ctb'ivi:isii!sa, its ecouomy
lint chu:t'::N u-in newt it to all.
District Agent, Jackson, Teun.
Nov. 13, 137U-U. -
THE CHAMPION GIN
IOKOINMNQ COTTON, with or wtth
out previous picking from the boll.
First Premium (Blue Ribbon Diploma) a
warded to it at tho Louisiana State Fair,
1 have taken the General Ajcency lor the
sale of the above Oiu, and have one on ex
AtinyOfllee, No. 12 TJuionSt.,
Where my friends and the public are invi
ted to call and examino into its merits as
A GKEAT LABOR-SAVER.
W. B. GALBREATH.
N. H. This Gin is particularly adapted
to llorae-Power. nov4:m
The "Rkynomm" Kkvolvixg Wrought
Is an improvement ou tk most popular
Screw Presses, and is pronounced tu be the
most complete, durable and easy working
Press now in the market. The whole
weight of the Tress, with tho Cotton in
the box, stands on a pivot, enabling two
uu-n or one horse to press a 500 lbs Bale
The Reynolds Horse Power
Is.unsurpassed for strength and durabil
ity. They are ni;nufuctnrid expressly for
Cotton Ginning, Corn Mills and other
Thuse articles took the TKEMIUM at
the State Fair, 171.
Manufactured in New Orleans, at
Reynolds Iron Works,
Corner South Market and Fulton Sts.,
Near St. Mary's Market.
W. II. Reynolds, Proprietor. Box ltSkl.
: OfHce and Depot 32 Carondelet St.
Asjents wanted everywhere. Send
for Prise List. juneil-om
Patented July 11th, 1S71.
rfllllS press is destined to take the lead of
-M. all other cotton .tresses, and within
a few years will be more popular than tut
old screw press in its palmiest days.'
It is just patented. It is the simplest, the
easiest both to construct and operate; the
most coLvenient (the cotton box being
placed riht at the door ef the hut room,)
and the sieediest to pack a bale of cotton
that has ever been introduce! to the public.
It has been thoroughly tcated, is a sure
and decided success, a'nd the proprietor
guarantees satisfaction w here it is built ac
cording to instruction.
Like the old screw press it can lw built
on a plantation almost entirely by the
hands, and at less than ouc-hail the cost,
trouble and expense.
The proprietor has taken great pains to
prepare instructions for building .so that
any good carpenter and three good hands
can commence in the woods and have this
press ready for operation within one week's
time. Almost every planter ean build this
press at a cost of about forty or lifty dollars.
Where the hands are intcre'.-ted inthe gin
ning of the crop, ami even where the get
ting of the timbers and hauling and raising
must be paid lor, the entire cost, including
plantation right, m-ed not be more than
from sixty to eighty dollars.
Reference is respectfully made to the fol
lowing highly respectable citizens of North
Mississippi, in the neighborhood where the
presses have been in 0(h ration the past sea
son: 1K.soTo Co., M insismpi-i, i
June aoth, 1S71. )"
Mr. I". T. Wilson Dear Sin The press
you built for me last year, gives tmtiro sat
isfaction. 1 think it the mot desirablecot
ton press in use, and unhesitatingly recom
mend it to the public.
" T. BRYEN.
Any -rson riersiring a plantation right
can get it by applying to A. F. II AM
MON, near Humboldt.
I have purchased the right of the Coun
ties ol Fayette, Hardeman, Tiptiou, Madi
son and Haywood.
Address J. A. STEWART,
SpptiJin. Jackson, Teun.
8AMLEL M IxjI1. J AS G BKOWN
DODD, BROUW k CO.,
Importers and Wliolonle IVukr-t 111
418, 420, 422, 421, 42G X. Fifth St.,
orncr St. Charles,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
THO:l. It. fCLLIS.
T. II. Pullis k Iiro.,
St. Louis, fVlo.
IKON Store Fronts, Column-, Girders,
Lintels, etc.; Window Caps and Sills,
Bank Vaults, Fire l'roof Safes, Fire J'root
Shutter and loor-. Jail Work, Iron
Verandahs, Bed-tead", Settees, V ases,
cU:4 Balconies, Warehouse Gratings, Sa.h
Weights, Enameled Fire GraU-s, Cast Iron
numbers' Ware.Ca-l Iron Bath Tub-.and
all kinds of Cast an. t Wroiiu'lit Iron work
used in the erection ol public and private
A. S. PETTIOREW,
And Manufacturers' Agent for
H T,A TIOXAlt Y,
And Portable Engines,
And Mill Machinery,
Circular Saw Mill, Steam Thresh
ing Machines, Vood-Working
Tools, &c, &c.
No. 713 North Second St.,
ST. LOUIS, Mo.
AGENT tor 'Antra' IronU .rki. A
large stock of Engines, Siw Mills,
and other Machinery, on hand and con
stantly being received. March i-ly.
Circular Saw Mills,
Power Corn Shellcrs,
Kingsland, Ferguson & Co
823 North Sec-oad st.,
St.' Louis, Mo.
J. 31. PA It K Kit & CO., Agents,
mar25-ly JACKSON. TENN.
J F KISKE.
Fiske, Knight & Co.,
And Wholesale Dealers in
COOTS AND SHOES,
No. 322 Main St., Cor. Locust,
ST. LOUIS, BIO.
St. Louis, Memphis. Nashville
and Chattanooga R.R. Line.
Central fchort Ilotite,
Mckenzie to nasiiville,
AND POINTS IS MIIILK TKNN.
rwiIIK het and only direct route from
JL West Tennessee to Nashville, and via.
Nashville to Louisville, Indianapolis, Cin
Double Daily Trains pass Uumbolt Koini;
East, with Sleeping Car to Nashville on
niht trains, and through passenger ears on
day trains. The only route by which pas
HeuKers are not compelled to change cars
bet ween Humboldt and Nashville.
Through cars on day trains, and sleeping
cva on night trains run through letveen
Memphis and Naahville, only by this
J. W THOMAS, (en. Snpt.
W. K. Dani.kv, ti. P. & b A..
JaniS-tf N.&C. and N. AN. Y.K. R.
Johnston & Vant o,
MASCFACTURICRS AND IKAI.KI!S IX
GentsFiirni8hlus Oooils, etc.,
303 Mais Ptkekt,
Under Pea body Hotel,
Special attention given to making Shirts
to order in the Latest Style. uov4:;m
JOS. S. LEVETT.
A. Ii. (JOODLETT.
Boots & Shoes.
UST EW STORE !
ENTIRE NEW STOCK!
LEVETT AND SHOES,
Like old scissors rent iu twain,
Each mourns the rivet out,
New-whet and ritted again,
Will make the old shears cut.
On Xoveiuber the 1,
We will open an entire New Stock ot
BOOTS and SIIOIvS
Cheaper than ever since Ibo Flood
Friends and fellow-citizen, (rive us vour
t3, and we will jrive you Ilarains at our
new store, 3I6 .11 a In street,
nov4:2m Memphis, Tennessee.
The only Reliable Gift Distri
bution in the Country.
IV VALUABLE GIFTS,
To be distributed ill
Xj. ID. SIDE'S
Vi Resular Monthly
To be Xrawn Honda t, Xovein
ber 27th, 1S71.
TWO GRAND CAPITALS OK
$5,000 each, in Greenbacks!
Two Prizes ,$10OO;
Five Prizes $300;
Ten Prizes ."MOO;
KAC1I IN GKF.IiNIJACKS!
WHOLE NL'MBEH CASH GIFTS, 1,ho:
One Horse and F.ujrtry. with silver mounted
harness, worm J H; One line toned Ke
wood Piano, worth iM"": Ten Kumlv sew
ing Machines, worth f I'M each: Five" heavy
eased (.old Iluiitm; Watches and heavy
Oold Chains, wiirth ;o each; hive (iold
American Hunting atehes, wcrth Ii"
each; Ten Ladu-s' (iold lluntiutr Watches,
worth loo each; m Gold and j-ilvcr Lever
Uunliiii; Watches, (in all) worth from s-jij
to 500 each; Ladies Gold Leontiue Chains,
lients' (iold Vest Chains, Mlver Plated
Castors, Solid Sliver and Double I'lated Ta
ble and Teaspoons. Ivory Handled Dinner
Knives. Silver I'lated Dinner Forks, silver
Vest Chains, Photograph Albums, Ladies'
Gold Breastpins and Ear-rimrs. Gent's
Gold Breastpins, Shirt S:uds A Sleeve But
tons Finger-rings, Gold Pens, (siher ex
AVhole number Gifts, 6,000. Tick
ets limited to 60,000.
Agents wanted to aell Tickets, to
' Liberal I'rciuiumt wilt be
Single Tickets $1; Six Tickets o;
Twelve Tickets 10; Tweutv-tive
Circulars containing a full list of prizes,
a description of thu manner of drawing,
and other information in relereuce to lUo
Distribution, will be sent to any one order
ins: them. All letters must be addressed to
omci, L. H. SINE. Box sti,
101 W.Sth St., CINCINNATI, O.
No. 3,32 Front St.,
MEMrillS, - TEXXESSKE.
J. . M00RES Si CO.,
(?ucets.-ors to Moores & Norton.)
No. 318 Front St.,
1.Vi:TICl'LAn attention paid to fillmtf
crders f.r Plantation upplic. and
the ale of all Country 1'roduee. LtU ral
advanern made ou Consignments. octT-liu
WOOL! WOOL! WOOL!
WANTED, at the Kaleih "Woolen
Factory on Wolf lUver, mileafrom
.Memphis, wool for cash or to manufacture.
For lull particular!) wild for circulars,
j. il-tJm W. IL LANE A CO.
G. A. ECKEIILY,
Dealer in "Wines and Liquors,
No. 338 Froxt Street,
Corner of Union,
300 Front Street,
MliMPHIS, - TENNESSEE.
SCHWAB & CO.,
Jlanuiaeturem and Jobbers of
If uriiisliiug Oooils,
F. It. CLAKK. J. 3. WILKIN8.
F. H. CLARK & CO.,
Importers anJ wholesale and Hctail dr.il-
AYatchcs, Jcwelrj, Diamonds,
SjectacWamu Mflm. etc,
NO. 1 clabk's maeblk block,
ZOO Main Street,
oct7-ly MEMPHIS, TENN.
V. II. StAV,
Formerly of Juka, Miss., now with
iLr o tiots,
WUITE tiOODS, HOSLEBY,
Gent's Furnishing Goods, kc.
31!) Mala Street, netnpbis, Tenn.
'13 White Street, New York.
Spacious Notion Department up stars,
sept 10, lt71-6m
L U THOMAS.
B F GKOSS.
THOMAS Sl GROSS.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
HIDES AND OIL,
NO. .Yrf! MAIN STKEET,
Tj'lT'ITII increased miinufactunng facili-
w w iiea we are cnaiucu 10 auppiy aijjr
needed in our line, at rates as low as any olj
the markets. Casta Paid for Hides.
sep lti, 171-Giii
ISTAELISHEI) expresly for the tnat--i
mcnt and cure of Acute, t uraaic
and Surgical IJiscases, both male aiul
Principal Oflico 282 Secontl
Street, near Madison,
Conducted alone by Dr. L. L.. Cale
nian, an old and exp-rieneed physician, a
graduate of the University of Pennsylva
nia, at Philadelphia.
Dr. Coleman has made a speciality ol all
chronic Iiseae8, and diseases ofarritwiie
nature ot the sexual and seminal organs,
for the past twenty years. lie keeps post
ed in all the improvements of advanced sci
ence, having iu view the pely cure of
those committed to His care, cntrameleu
by the dogmas of the past, or innovations
oi the present, his privilege as a physician,
is not to contend about names or theories,
but to ci'KK diseases.
This affliction has proved the everlaslinc
ruin of thousands ot the noblest and most
talented youni; men that ever fr:ve tonsils
tocl(Hiienie or pen to son sr. How many
parents hare seen the reason of a gllted son
irotoruln have seen him fade away from
their homes, their hearts, and their hearths,
like a shadow of evening lrom the hills,
and have turned in tears to the tomb when
be has gone down, in the bloom of youth
and the morning of his existence, without
once suspecting tnat the idol ol their de
clining years was a victim to a solitary hab
it! Eor this and other afflictions. Or. Cole
man compounds his own medicines lrom
the purest -and most costly materials, and
can be sent to my part ol the country un
detected. They act as kindly on the mot delicate
lemale and inlirm old are. as upon the most
vigorous and athletic system, eradicating
every poison, invigorating the debilitated
organ... enriching impoverished fluids,
building up the Uuging nervous energies,
imparling vigor to body and mind, and
bringing ever faculty into healthy rlay.
Conlereni-es by letter, or in person, by
those requiring assistance is respectfully
r. L.. I.. COI.E.HAK,
2 2nd st., 7Iempbis, Tenn.
M C rMAKCK. L B bl'tiliS. S V LEDUKTTRR
Pea lie Ey Suggs & Co.
No. -210 Front St.,
Particular attention paid to the sale of
Cotton. sep IG-titn
TAFISHEt:. L MIS, JR.
Fisher, Amis .&. Co.,
Cok Adams & Cn Sts.,
WHOLE? ALE and Uetail Dealers in
Scotch liranite. Italian and Ameri
can Marble, Monuments, Tombs, Uead and
Foot Stones, Taule ami Counter Tops.
Also Terra Cotta Irain I'ipe, Chimney
Toys and Flues always on hand.
Every variety ot Stone Work done to or
der promptly, aud at lowest prices,
FALL AND WINTER TRADE.
At Wholesale Exclusively.
Ul'B STOCK OF
Boots, Shoes and Hats,
Largest in Memphis,
IS NOW COMPLETE.
KUCHA STS will tind it to their ad
.'A vantage to examine our goods and
Hill, Terry & Mitchell,
:?2lMain St., Memphis.
. .A .a -in
1. W. ICKIS90!.
I. B. T. IICXU(!K.V.
. m ILXliMB.
Dickinson, Williams & Co,
Suceewiort to J.W. DlCKlN!os & 11 RO..
Ft. tlO l'rnl Street,
HAVIN'fi a AVarebouM! of our own in
which w handle all Cotton mniirn-
ej to ua, H' Vuarantee Correct n cvjfitt.
UauaicouuDisMOoa cnari;eu. aii consign.
menu by nver losurea, uniesa oinerwise
tntmctel. Hrl Advances !f4e
CsMlcasaeta. Jam. 7, 1S71-U
A. C. Trzadw-bm., late Meacham A Tread
well. A. B- Trudweij, oi ireau
well Bro U. A. Thkjuwcll, of
Tread well I'.ron., B. I). Treau
witL, of TreaJwell Bro.
A. C. Treadwcll & Bros.,
No. 11, Union Street,
Dr. A. lIAKIil?,
SHANE, HARRIS & CO.,
(SueceiKOMto Shane, Bell & Co.,)
Cotton and Tobacco Factors,
254 Front Street,
JT Literal cash adTance made on con
(inments. A. G. Harris Co., Xo. 17 Vine
St-, Cincinnati, Ohio.
. (LaU DenoiB ft CroaK.)
Boots, Shoes and Brogans,
VAUSqO AND DACS
" . Of all DeacripUsns
"WHOLESALE AND BETA1L.
No. 292 Mais Street,
Clark's Marble Block,
Latent styles of Goods receired weekly
from the Manufacturer. sept 18-7m
A J ROACH, J A K1RBY,
formerly of Somerville, Tenn. . Hempbis
A. J. ROACH & CO.,
No. 13 Uhin Stkeet.Lee Block,
Svecial attention paid to the kale of Cot
ton, and liberal advances on the name,
sept 1, ISJl-3in.
JNO T STRATTOK, J M JAMES
Late of StraUon, G oyer A Co.
C B JAMK4. . WW JAMES.
Strattox, James & Co.
Successors to J. M. J auks Co.,
No. 230 Front Street, -
1 ARTICVLAB attention paid to the sale of
Cotton, and bavirg a nrot-olaxs Fire
l'roof Warehouse of our own, will crlvs
persanal attention f Storing, "Weign
isiass amplln. sep itKlm
IT is customary for Sewing Machine deal
ers, in their advertisements, to enumerate
the "pointe of excellence," or "superior
merits," ef their machine. We are net in
the habit of doing so, believinc that the
majority ol readers place very little confi
dence in such statements. But when we
have fact which no one can dispute, ws
leel like (riving iu Here is one:
According to returns made under orth
by the different manufacturers, we learn
that in 19 the Sinner Company sold Hi,7)I
machines, beinK t000 n axce-m of the sales
rt any other company. In 170 ths Singer
: 127,033 Machines,
BcinR 44,625 more than the highest of the
other companies. Mow in view of this
we ask the question, if the
is not the best, why do the people buy the
Singer? Singer machines are not given
away; they are sold and paid for. The an
swer is self -evident
THE SING El t
tells its own story in the homes el those
made nappy by its use.
ilEKRIMAM & WILCOX,
573 Main Street, Memphis.
.1. M. Pabker t, co, Ag'U,
mmylO-tf Jackson, Tenn.
W. COHEN & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in '
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
Glass of all sizes, Paiuts, Oils,
I'utty & Glaziers Materials,
Also, Makers of
Silver aiii WgAb Slow . Cases,
No. 342 Second Street.
Opposite the Toet Office,
SHOW CASES of every description kept
constantly en hand and made to order
at short notice. All Orders wi.'l be prompt
ly attended to. sep l-6m.
Pianos, Trfi Organs,
AND ALL XLSDS OK
- Wholesale Prices.
.Nw is Vsur Ttai tm Bar Uwi
Steinwar Pianos from $475 to 7U0.
Gaoler Pianos from Jhksj to $.Vsi.
Kmerson Pianos from $375 to f 4-V.i.
J. W. Vose's Pianos from ?.TJ5 to 4."0.
Mason &, Uamlin Orgar s, f.X to Xhj.
My stock is very larsre, and mut be clo
sed out to make room for my fall stock.
Give mv a call and vou shall be sstified.
E. A. BOSBS'll
oct7-3in Music Store, 317 Main Street.
Window Shades, Cnrtaius,
And all kinds of
SO. 292 SKCOXD STREET,
Having been en fasted In the above bus
iness in this city sine ltvtt, and con
nected with tha best nouses, U a guarantee
that 1 will give satisfaction in all my trans
actions, ep 18-sm
Tllos. & Robt. X. Joes,
2io. 54 West Second Street
1- - -''III ll
Everj Size and Sljlc of
And Jeiieil Cases.
rpilE EXPERIENCE OF TEN YEAES
JL has proved our I'n to be the bet and
cbea pest in t he market. I f not abused , me
will last a lifetime.
Peas and Cases Repaired.
No. 19 West Fourth Street,
JVo. G3 Vine Street,
Ed. L. Paytox, late of Kentucky.
J. II. TALBOTT'S Furs Capper
IssrWuk Whisky. sept lb .tin
W. C. Pi,V, Willi
WM r WALLACK. FRANK I'.INGEL.
Wallace & Piixgel,
Wholesale Healers in
No. 105 Pkart. Street,
GEO K DfCKWORTH, tiEO f KRBLER
F B si'KXCE, formerly of Tenneaaee. . ;
Duckworth, Spexce& Co
And Wholesale Dealers in
Provisions, Flour & Vhisky
No. 45 "West 2d Street,
I. &, E. GREEK WALD,
Foandry and Machine Shop,
Steam Engines. Boilers,
Copper & Sheet Iron "Works,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Ti: 218 (OLD Xo. 190) Eaat Pearl St.,
Tho Acknowledged Leader in
this Institution present Its claims to the
readers of the Whig and Tribune, inviting
further inquiry and investigation.
In it originated the u.etbol of teaching
by actual business tranHaction. 1
The authortship oi the mot approved
works on arithmetic and book-keeping, be
long to mis iDsuiuunn.
Its President and.Irincipal are practical
business men, with extensive business ac
quaintanceone of them being a member
ol me Cincinnati noaru oi iraiio.
It is a member of the Intt-rnatioDal l'.usi
ness College Association, and the only CoU
Ic.'p tn Cincinnati mat can lsMie M tiolar-
sliin that are eoo out ot the city.
It has recently introduced a radical
chance in ita terms of tuition, which ena
bles young men of culture to acquire a bus.
lnes course at mm u icks exjiense than
In short, it possesses many Icatures of in
terest, that we hhall aik tor the favor of
mailing Its faper, Circular and I'nce LiKt.
to persons lnlerebted in business education;
or referring to ttic publirlim of this paiH-r.
ltlC'ILiUD NEI.KON. President.
It. II. LASGDALE, Princiiial.
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They are from to 50 per cent cheaper
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WILSON, HINKKLE & CO..
July 1-tim. Cincinnati, Ohio,
PAl'L J. BUOKF.K. JK.
K J. K1IXICK.
COOKER & KILLICK,
Merchants & Manufacturers
tajortel' III West ail tostic
Airents for White A Hunt' popular Cigars.
No. Co Sixth St.,
J. If . VAN DICK, t West Teas.,
SUTCUFFE & OWES.
BOOTS & SHOES,
NO. P MAIN STilKET,
Sept. 16-Igm .
J. noRGAX COLE.ILtK, rreMdeut.
BAIIRV COL.E3I AX, Vice President.
Rolling Hill Company.
No. 291 Maix Street,
Iron, ITails, Steel,
All Kinds "Wagon Material, Jfcc.,
Plow Winers and Slabs of
STEEL AND IRON,
All Sizes, and Cut to any Desired
Shape- "Louisville" 'WfrougUt
Iron. (Jottou Ties.
July I, lTl-lm.
FOR ALL POINTS
SOUTH, EAST & WEST,
' ' ' Atfl ttXVHK
Qnlcter Tima an! Less tap
of Cars than by any other Route.
7tO cbanga of Cars from Jackson to Lou
Onlr one chai?et Indianapolis, Cincin
nati, PitUbunr, Philadelphia, New Vork.
Cleveland and Chicago.
But two changos to Baltimore, M'aahing
ton and Bwton.
Kara as low as by any other route. Bn
gae checked through.
ASK rOK TICKETS VIA LOUISVILLE.
Trains run as follow '
Leave Jackson - - 7:15 a-m. S.Ui p.m.
Arrive Humboldt P:ft a.m. 4:.'0 p.ui.
" Memphis - - 8:30 p.m. tt-.JO a.m.
" Louisville, 10: JO pju.' :15 a.m.
Through t'ickets can be procured at the
Ticket OUice in Jackson, and atolhce of H.
& L. Line at tlumboldt.
W. H. King, G. P. A. . . naU
4 MOST desiralite farm of 1V acres, well
ii. improved. Highly adapted to trutt
jtrowing or the dairv business 00 acres in
clover. I will sell the whole or divide in
three tracts. Situated 2V miles North from
the Court House of Jackson- Come anil
T. W. CAJiTBELL.
Jackson, Aug. 30, 18Tl-3m
T V virtue of two orders of sale, fo medi-
A9 rected. from the Circuit Court of Mad.
issn County, Tennessee, 1 wilt expose to
public sale, tor cash, at the Court house
door,iu the city of Jackson, on
Saturday, December 16lh, 1871,
all t be riKht, title, claim and interest that
C. T. Woodson has in and to the following
described tract ol land, lying in the lth
civil district of said county, containing about
:n acres bounded as follows: . On the lai-t
by W. IL Bradley, on the South by ii. 11.
HudcinKs, on the West by Philip Peaxcy.on
the North by W. Hastinaa. Sold to. satisfy
two judgements and casts in my hands, one
in ravor ot . B. lUcnardson, and one in
lavoref Jones, Tapp &, Co. Sale within
lawful hours. IL M.MAY.
iiov. 11-jt. Sheriff.
T Y virtue of two orders of sale, to me
JL directed, from the Circuit Court of
Madison Countv, Tennessee, 1 will expose
to public sale, tor cash, at the Court House
door, in the city or Jackson, on
Saturday, December 161U, 1871,
all the rixht, title, claim and interest that
John . i ork has in and to an undivided
half interest iaa certain tract of land own
ed by said ork and W. G. Smith, lying iu
the 1 civil district of said county, and
bounded as follawK lkv'inninjt on a stake
and sycamore pointer, on the east hank ot
ix sr tr a. uear a oriupe, runs wence
South 4 East IS notes to Burkbt-au's
Kouth-eat corner, on Tanyard street, thence
.oita4S tvest 13 poles to a ktake and
white oak pointer in said creek; thence
down the creek to the beginning, containing
tour acres, more or tess. ssoiu to satisfy
two judgments and costs in my hands in
favor of B. P. Luckey. : execntrix ;ot S.
Luckv, dee'd. Sale within lawful hours.
nov'll-5th. R. M. MAY, Sheriff.
!" Y virtue of two orders of gale to mo di-
JtL rected. from the Circuit Court of
Madison County, Tennessee. I will expose
to public sale, at the Court house uoor, in
Jackson. tor casn, tm
Satnrdar, December I6tli, 1871.
at. the rbAt, title, dam and Interest that
Nathaniel Goodwin hat in and to the fol
lowing described tract of land, lying; in the
Ut civil district of Madison county, and
bounded as follows:
Begin ning at the N'ortu-we-t corner of
Cumminps tract. - and running witn a
branch to the Mt Pi noon and Bolivar
roads; thence alony said road to -a wild
cherry and two horny locust pointers;
thence North to the original line of said
tract: thence on Latham's line to a chest
nut and white oak pointers; tbenca West to
a white oak and hickory pointers; thence
!?outn with Bailey Lat nam's Has to a doc
wood and walnut pointers; thence Eat le a
stake and post oak pointer: thence South on
said Latham's line to a white oak, thence
North to Elijah Simmon's North-east cor
ner; thence East with the Bolivar road to
the ridijte road leading to Andy Cain's, run
ning with said ridge road to Cumming's
line; thence North with said line to the be
ginning. Sold to satisfy two Judgments
in my bands one in favor of 1 nomas J
Jones, and the other in favor of Spencer
Williamson. Sale within lawful hours.
K. M. MAY, Sheriff.
7 Nov 11. l(S71-3th
BY" virtue of an alias execution issued
from the Supreme Court of Tennessee,
at Jackson, on the 7tb October. 1871. foun
ded upon a judgment rendered in said
Court on the ."VI of June, 1i71, in favor ol
Win. C Hutchinson, cU al., against G. W.
Harris and others, 1 will exoe to public
sale at the Court House door in Jackson,
Tf nnessee, for cash n the 10th Heoemtsrr,
ls71. the following described tract of land,
as the proH?rty ot J as. T. Harris, situated
inthecounty of Madison, State of Tennes
see, lying in rantre 2. section 9, east of the
meridian line, and beginning atadogwood,
beech pointer, the N. W. corner of a tract
of land conveyed to A. L. Martin for 125
acres, and runs West 16 poles to a stake,
beech pointer-; thence South tut poies to a
stake. iK-eeh and whiteoak pointers; thenee
West 1 poles to a stake then South .V
Eoles to a stake and chosnut pointer; thenoe
ast lt poles to a stake, beech, holly and
whiteoak jmintcrs, its S. W. corner; thence
Ext 72 oies to a chestnut, its S. E. corner;
tlunce North 17t oles to the beginuin;;,
containing 115 acres, more or b-ss.
Ssle within lawful iKMirw.
This 1 1th November, 1S71.
K. M. MAY.
novll-5t Sheriff Madison Countv.
Y virtue of an a'ias execution. issuc
JL from the Supreme Court at Jackson,
Tennessee, in favor of J. C. M. (iarlaml.
and agaiust Robt. 1. Chester, et. als.. and
tested the lfth October. 171. founded' en a
judgment rendered in said Court on the ad
June.lJ.l, I will expose to public sale, for
cash, at the court house dior in Jackon,
lenn., on tne lbtn day or tteceniber. 1471,
within lemil hours, the following descriled
tract c f bind lying in Madison county. Ten
nessee, as the property or said Kolit. I.
Chester and Wm. B. Chester, south ol the
town of jackson, beginning on a maple
stake, being on the bank ol Forked Oeer
river, an the road leading South of the
town of Jackson, running toenee wi
poles to a stake on the Mississippi Central
Uail Road, thence South with said Kail
Road iXI poles to a state in B. F. Gates'
east boundary line; thence East 1"0 poles to
a postoak in- Wm. F. Still's North bounda
ry line; thenee North 100 poles to Jesse
Mask's north-west corner; thence east with
bis north boundary line 133 poles to a stake.
Mask's northeast corner, In the North
boundary line of Or. John Chester's farm.
on the meridian line; thence north with
the meridian line 4.VJ poles to a stake in the
South bank of the Forked Deer river; thence
down said river with the meanderings of
the same, to the beginning, containing by
estimation 1200 acres, more or less allying
in the Stn civil uiatnet ot said county of
Madison. Tennessee, and some three miles
east of South of Jackson.
This 11th Sovember, IsCl.
H. JL HAY.
Sheriff Madison Coanty.
o BKwrrr. u p field, t c rich a mm.
Ucwctt, Field L Co.
(Successors to IIEffETT, II A ROY A Cu.)
GENERAL DEALERS IN
Field Seeds, &c.
Brinlr, Avery, and Excelsior Plow
110 &, 112 Main Street,
Between Third and Fourth,
K. BAMIirRCFK. N. BIJX1M.
New Ysrk. i bambrkgek.
J. N. Stt-sall & N. P. Barkndale,
BAMBERGER, BLOOM & CO.
Wholesale Dealers in
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods,
193 TIain 81., Nerth Side,
t HENRY FIXfR & fO.,
Importers and Iealers in
Wines & Liquors,
Kerp constantly on hand a uierior ar
Old Bourbon AVhi.sk
No. 97 West .Market Street,
North nide, between 3d and 4tb,
feblVly LOL'liV ILLK, KY.
B, L. WHITR. JXO. C1M.HK1SK
BLN. 8. WKLIJCR, JK.
B. F. SMOOT,
WHITE, COCHRANE & (.0.,
Wholesale Iealers in
BOOTS &, SHOES
Xo. 214 Maiu Street,
Between Sixth and Seventh, I.ouis-
! ville Hotel liixk,
H K HAYS.
W J BUUII.V,
R r. CKilsH.
U W (TKKY,
Hays, Cross & Co.
Men s Furnishing Goods,
197 Main St., I5kt. 5th & 6th,
sept 10. 171-12
WM. C. SMITH, Of Tenn.,
J. D. ALLEF
PIATT & ALLEN,
Wboksale 1calrrs In
ISootM and Shoe
No. IOC MAIN' STItECT.
Retweeu 5th and th,
Jan. 8. ISTl-tl
II. THOJ1A1, with
El W1L1KR. K L KUEKTON. J M PERCIVAL.
Edward AYildcr & Co,
Ana JJealers in
Dye-Stuffs, Liquors, Cigars
No. 215 Main street,
-I. V. UATES, with
Drabell & Gardner,
(Saecessors U S. DOABELI.E.)
Manufacturers aud VTholesale Dealers in
MEN'S &, BOY'S
198 South Siuk Main St.,
Betwern Kifth and Sixth Sts..
i. M. BOBINSON. Jo. k.VUM
O. T. BITKtEI.Il.
J. ill. R0CLS0X 4 CO.,
Pirn. 2C3 nala street.
Ofiposite Louisville HiUI
July I, l71-Cm.
Sign el tba Ktg Axe.
K P NF.AI.K.
H K T1KW1TKK.
R W f?YIKI:.
T H K.ST,
NEALE & CO.,
Hardware and Culler?,
21G Maiu Street,
i door above the Louisville liiitel,
LOUISVILLE, KY. .
September 2, lSTl-6m.
KDDIC II. I.ATOK,
Late ot Went Tennissee, with
W. A. OWEN,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
China, i - Glass an!, tessiare.
Cutlery, Lamp Goods,
Brittania Vare. &c.j
No.' 188 Main Street,
Between 5th and 6th, South Side,
T. C. CHAl DOIN, with
T. L TDRELKELD,
Wholesale Dealer in
Hats, Caps, Straw Goods,
Xo. 198, West Main St.,
Baird & Harvison,
BAIltn BROTH EUS,
Importers and Manufai turemof
IrcM Tri millings,
Trininietl Hat aud Pattern
S. V. Corner Main and Sixth Struts
X3T New Uood arrivinir daily from the
couim 'lurement of the seaswn till its close.
LOUISVILLK HUB, SPOKE
A ml lf'heel Factory.
Fulton, Smith & Co.,
Manufacturers of, and IValvrs in,
Hubs, Spokes, Felloes,
Buggy and Wagon Wheels,
liuggy Uotlics, Shafts,
BOWES, POLES, &c.
"tlioeand Wareroom, 320 TImta St..
between Mh an.l IHh.
FacMrf, 85 Oros.ky St..
Hf Send for lrice List. setit 2-oin
And iVuolee&le Dealer in
Pure Copper Distilled
Wines and Brandies
Xo. 69 Sixth Stkeet,
Betweet Main and ilarktt,
Tom. &. Sara. Henderson
FOll WARDING AND
SS Hardid Street,
l'actor' Bo-, ' "
fpt. 9-fam. '
Soulhern Iron Works.
L. S. TRIMBLE, PreftiJeut.
I. W. C. GATI3, Secretary.
Uar, Doilcr, Hoop, and
i UR IRON IS MADE FKOM TR K IWT
Vr Missouri and Tenness i-haivoal Kiet-
al, ami is equal to the best la the market.
July I. 171-11.
J. J. CROWLY'S
MARBLE . "WORKS,
. v -r- , XAL v U U. JUAX J u wy
4 S BEAl'TIKl'L, Pt'RAPLK ANI
il cheap as any work Iwuitht ia any of
tne tulrrD or V estcrn cities. aIUinK
Ireiicht. I am a practical iue hanie, ol
tweuty years experienee. I employ no
travelling agents, Dut by callinir on me at
tny shop, or addressing nie at J.rownsville,
you will be promptly waited on aud save
tJS All work warranted to give satisfac
tion. s-pt. -tf.
rff!R EES, Fruit and Omamentnl lor the
-B Mwn ol s;i Bia ''2. Our sl.s k i.
larv" and couiplt-U. Mantlanl and Owarf
Kruit trees, tirape Vines, mall Emits,
Shrut and Ilauta. Everpreeus, Fiowera,
etc., etc In quality our sto. li is strietly
.No. 1, aud al the lowest possible prw .
Early orders solicited, wholesale and retail.
enil stamp lor t stalopue. auiIi-ims
B. K. THAN SOU A PRO.,
seplG 3m Humboldt. Tenn.
LANE & BODLEY,
C3LA3 SAT !OL3
iTr.prrsiETT iso siari.Asao.
WHOUQHT IRON HEAD
iUent Lati racliiaorj,
AFETT POWER ELEVATOIZ.
A BODtErS rATE!(T
HLASCllAItirS bPOKE T.ATUE,
Ur, tsi, S1, Vigo. TmHsn. Giii S2ai Kictow
MAFTINQOF ALL SIZES KEPT IN STOCK.
The Lane & Bodley Patent Hangprr
Vl i Self-UMcat'iog Journal Baxc, '
'.L-f : . -uaJrei PnEej Pit zm
ONE HUNDRED HANGER PATHS M
OV V rots STTLB AND WBIOHf.
MririniCbt)lar a Prta. tbto t.hSi s zmlt t
LANE Ss BODLEY,
JOHN tWATCS STRCETS, CINCINNATI
J. rULTOX & SONS,
Slanufa. turcrs of
Choice Family aiilall ether Graiss
Corner Ohio lece and TwenUrtb Street,
Vl, t'hoi-e Grshain Klour, fresh
eround, and Mill Feed of all kind.
Elouralnoin ball bbls of all grades.
Fail ana Winter ImportatiDB
AN1 sti:aw goods.
IMItlUTEKS snd joldmrs of Bonnet,
M. Trinmiin; and civet llilibon.. Bonnet
SilWs. batinx und Velvet., lifonds, Netts,
Crapes, Ruches, Flowers, Feathers. Orna
incuts, ttraw Bonnets and l.a.lieH' Hats,
trimmed and nntrimraed, Shaker Hoods,
Jtc, 'i!7 and '! Baltimore street,
(ller tbe lartreit stock to be found In tlil
country, and unequaled in choice, variety
and cheapness, comprising the latest Euro
Orders solicited, and rrotnpt attention
ThfM Pd are an mf ailing
Pi-nuUt IttJitor, i-Jetidrd Jvr
Wfrtrin cam ; tfinne obttinate onr
vhere mtUier amd cheajier mdi
cxmsfaiL '1 iu y are Cfmrxvted of the most
ae; ivc and powurf ul rnnciples of
plants, ruots and berries, so
Lis?ily cotv iitr u-d that sach
pill contains more medicinal
Ktrenrth than whole box or
bottle of ordinary duilar medi
cine in tbe market. Atthtmgh
potntryut, yet to miia and feasant
in thfir emeratinn tKnt thm mnk
rtie ean lake litem trtA jerfrcLn fety.
mr men, j per dox, sola ty ta liupirits.
A 11 lsi ters seekin ti in furmation or au vioe.
Cures all diseases eatsed
1 y sc; f-abnau, viz: Sprrnta
torrohm, &-minal ff 'eak
ness, Mght Eminirms,'
Lot cf Memory Cnntrtal
Latntude, JJ atn t in tit
Back, Vmnrt of Yixum,
" LAf 4 Pale VoutUenanee, Intan-
Vj? d:seases thlt fuilow KM a.
aeqaenoe of yoathful indiscretions.
Each package contains one bottle filled wi Oi
nfrx-co.!td Pills, and ons vial filled witta
Medicated Fowdera, enffici ent to make, one'
half pint of injection; aud one Syringe.
rMiia dt jjrugicsw everywoera.
J7ia stmu Indian ltmrrtt
evrt aa dittate cf the C'rtn
ary Organs, such at Inconti
nent of Urine, Inltmtmalton
of th P'nddtr, InrlamnuUion
of the Hi'lntyt, AZtrr. in V
jiULuaer, tytnerurt, s ravel,
ffonorrhaa. Gleet and t
i'lMor Altm (or While.)
Each p&ckaee contains ona
bottlefiiJed with Pursr-eoated
l'ii;s, and one vial nilsd with
Medicated Powders, sufficient
to make one pint of injection;
and one Byruige.
W Price. Ij-Ijv mnil. 13 Kfl
rxjui vj uruftfsim evcrrwnere.
We desire to send oor thirtv-two naira
pamphlet, entitled " Umn and Woman ai
nvalida. to every reader of this Da tier. eWnd
address, with Stamp to pay return postage,
and address as follows :
8s. Locis Huacu AMcunw,
117 aosni szxtw irun,
8aisv Lom Maaoea
J3T"5oldin Jacksoa by all DrunifUts.
Vl.n.t(..l.l A IH.fIui Vom..l.... 1 4 f .
Inson and Petex, Power Cooper. Louis.
ville, AV'holesale Amenta. apslrow. '
I IH rsoNi
It. ,11. It. .
OlDVif 9S RE1DY BELIEF
l lit: THE WORT P.tl.s
at frana One t Turnlf Jfltantes.
MOT OfJE HOUR
after readinz thi advortl-etnent nril any
ONE bi; KEEK WITH I'AI.V.
RA D W A VS i: K M Y I H .1 K K I a A V R E
KuK tVUKV I'AI.V.
It was the ti'-t an I is
THE ONLY TAIN REMEDY
that instantly rtof. the mt excrm iatiit
pains, allavs, lrfviakHnUns. aol eire. .
Congestions, wlii.;!ii'r 4.f the Luiu;, SUnn-
s b, llowels. or other glaivls or oraus, by .
i.n r i: t tiin iv k.n i m i utw,
no matter bow violent or exrrm-iatinR lite
pain the EHEl'.M ATI'", llr.l-rid.len. I.i
firm, Nervmi". Neuralgic-, or pro!r:U.-l
with disease may suffer.
iudway's biiviiy i:i:lihp
WILL AKFltRD INSTANT EASE.
iNruiiMilwN or tiiii KinvKrs. .
I.xrtiXMiTtoxor tiiic I5i.iiiKii.
t'OMJKSTION OK Til C I.IXIH
SoKRTuKUaT. UrKKici'LTHKKariiiNti. .
rat PirTD.N OKHIB llBAUT.
IlYSTKRIOt, CltoL'l. UirilTlirKI.
( iTttHU. lMUHt.
COLD CHII.L8, AOI'K CII1I.LX.
The application of the Rrasr llrllrl
to the part or paiU m tii-r the pain or dilH
rulty exists will aff.rd eae and comfort.
Twenty drops in half a lumtilernf writer
will in a few moments cure l'I5Ml-.
SrAPMS. SOI'K jSTKMACtr. HEAKT-
BURN. rlCK II KA HAt 'II K, Il A It Rli K A ,
IlTSKSTEKY, 'Jl.li WISH IN Till?
VOWELS, and all INTERNAL PAINS.
Travelers should alw at scarry bottle of
Ridwar'i Ilr.4f ltrll.f with them.
A few dnps in wsUr will prevent airkimi
or pains lrom chan'je ef water, ll is Ixit
ter than i'rench Jirandy or Bitters a
FKVEIt AND AGUli
FEVER ANI A(il K curei for ti fty
enu. There is not a retnedial aent in
this world that will cure frVver and A"iie,
aud all other alalaiioua, Iiilinn. Scarlet,
irpnoM. teitow. nmt other Kevrrs (anliMl
t.rlt.tllWA P1 1.1. o ntd.k as It AO-
WAV'S KEAHY liELIEK.
jier bottle. ,
HEALTH ! CEAUTY!!
STRONG AX1 l l.KK UICH ItUml)
1XCI:KAKoK ELI -II AMIH KKIIIT
(I.KAI! SKIM AND ItEA.fTIH'1
CUMPLElO.N (iECl'UEU TO ALL, .
Sarsaparillian; '; Resolvent
HAS MADE THE MOT ASTOMSIIIr
CCItESe SO tit'lCrf. SO UAPIIl AlvK
THE CHANUV.S THE ItODV I'NPKIv
feflKS. 1'SHKU THE INK! I'KJii'K OK
THIS TIU'LY. Wti.NDEUELL MEIU-
Ererjr Day aa Inrn-asc in Flesh
and Wcijht Seen and Felt.
-rut: tiiiE.tT union rrairirR.
Arcry ir.i) uf tho ii U.-.V1"A Ui Ll lAN
HlXitVKM eoinDiuiiicati' t!iria-'ti tbe
Itlood. Sweat, t'rliie, ami other flui.lK and
juices cf the si.Wiu (As etj.r of life, lor
it rejuim the wste uf tin- ImmIv with new
and sound material. Strofuli. hyj-hilia,
ConxumptUm, Ulamhtlirr Jt'sease. lirrr
in the throat. Mouth, Itimmt. Xoite in
th GUtndt ant other part ot the system.
Sore t)te. Strvmorou ditrjiarget j'mtn
the Sort, and th uxrrtt Jortn of .sjitn
diteaee. lujtunt, Prrrr Sore. Scald .
Jleiid, Piwj il'orot. Salt Hheuin, Pryxijt
ehi. Arne, lilatlt Spot. 'trm in the
Vlth,Tvmnrt, Concert inthe Wnrt.b.and
all fctnieninn ami painful ditchargr.
A'iiiht Siefil. l,u of Sperm, ond all
itateof the life principle, are within the
curat range of thi m.wicr of Mmlern
Chemitrf, aud a fete il'iys' nte teiUpro
to any yterson tii it for either of thrte
form of dieae it potent power 'b ctire
If the patient, daily biconiin? reduced by
he waste and diMMiinHHli.n thut t. cmhi
Unually proKreiwiii);, in srrotin
tboM wactes, and repnr the same with
new material route frain hesliliv blood
snd this the SAICSA PA Ki l.l.l A S will and
does secure a cure is certain; lir when
ones this remedy commences its work of
purification, and succce.N til ilirniniliin
the loss of wastes, its repairs 'will le r.ipi.l.
and every day the patient will f.-el bimx lf
growing better ami rtmnjir, the food dl
pelting better, apixtite tiuprox ing, and
flrh ami weii;bt iiicreasinK- -
Not only does tho SarsaI'ARM.i II k
Solvent excel all known remedial atrents
Inthe cureol tHironie, Scrntulou. Con-tt-'
tutionsl, and Skin .Im.'jki; but it is tlis
only positive curs for
Kldnry and Rlsd4rr Csmplainti,
I 'rinarv, sod VVnuili Uiviw, (travel, li
betes, llrojoy, tSUippiure et Vat r, Iticoiili
neoua of I'rine, Itri-ht'. I ieaM., Albumi
nuria, and in all caw where there sre
brieklust leoit, or tlie waU-r t thick,
cloudy, mizel with ftiib-tancrs like the
m bite uf an tvi'.or tlire.ido like whiLeMlk,
or there Is a morbid. l.irk, bilious appear
ance, and white tioiie-dtist depoMils, anil
wtiea there is a pnckinir, liiirnin ena.
tion w hen pahiutr water, and puiu in the
Small of the IU k and aluii the Loiii.
DR. RADVAY'S '
Perfect Turativo Pillc,
perfectly tiMclens, elegantly eos'ed Willi
sweei eum, 'Urge, reirulate, punfy, cleaiint;
and treii(."t(i" n. Kad way's l'ill. for the
cure et all ilUorders ol the Ktomaejj.
Uver. ItoweW, KidneyH, llls.ider. Nervous
Iliseas, IleaWache. t 'oitiiatioii. Coi-tl ie.
De. Indigestion Ivm (r.ia, lillloMsucf x.
Bilious Kever. Inflammation ol the liiiwi'N,
Piles, and ail leraiiiii-iiieuU of the lnteriuil
Viscera. AVarranUd te t(.vl a poHive
cure. lurely Vegetable,, cniilaiiilni; no
mercury, minerals, or deleterjoin drills.
A few doses ol U A 1W A 1 S PI I.I.S will
free the system from all the above mined
disorders. I'riee, 'Jj cents tier I'.'ix. MJl.l)
lit A 1) -FALKK AND TKITi;." Sni
one btUTJitamp to RA1VVAY CO.. N.
87 Mntilen Lane, New York. Information
worth thousands will be sent you.
Ths only kind nid by s frrtieal chmM, r jr
as ptaymuaa. with sim-isI nsraacs to lu hwlibfol
SMS. Ctomprmrit nf arlvi,, that ittd dtgtmvn. I'trjtt l
" V'r- CStnptmt, btauur IA purnL Jiejt, as U u
the hmutkutt. bacuita. com hnmi, cskes, putty a 4
oaly whits (mart) and li.bt, but taul and
utritloo.. Cm it ; prrmr it. I f Dut mm muuumUnl,
lortelt Hctit to IrodirulnM. -Mauy wnrlli
te, chfmp loutstluM. Ikf .trs you vg JJr. iVicf's
Crma BaMtni knr. S ld bj rrr Man'ihe
iirt a,lr fcy THUHPM05, KTH IK ss FKIC'I
With fgrtmA car, hy a imiw jrrc-iw, wMtrvt fr-nr.
tb Lru, lct Vftuij tuxi Arvm&Aas. rmrb clattrMciT
taito fluTtjc, and prviw f Uironntja Ut i.kr.
Ctitjuti, J-llitm, Omnia, tc.. of rrm e-mrUmr'. of
frruX MtrmeytA twW prrrrt prtly. JitOnng mrtiftrvaL
&.rrf JliiTOmT at TpTtjmtH. Ntt axmt-ch it't
fU nAinwt. Vu them intr, trUi tur mm other. Tht
mm dttcatkt, tmicmma jtawt mr wai, toomittwit
t thm chrmp extrmrt. Ak. U,r Dr. irice f hpocuJ
Jflavorinjr. ManuiartiirMi odIj hy
XUOXPMa,bT KL(t A purrE ra..
mJKVOLA, CiaAtO tUali 6l LoUi
Not. 11, 1871-uu
Our J.irer the Housekeeper of
Liver, lilood I'urilier ami
, BiAlu lvt;;itlatr. -
AS a remc.lv lr .ill the various innnil. - '
tations of dicac re-ultinr trom l.ii a r
Complaint, and a a I.I.mmI Punri-T .-nd
t'orrei'tor ol -CintipMii'n of the .f'ym 1 1,
I hi- erparatin i po-itii cly um ill. -l. -
Ii) it the liver and stitin h are rpentiiy
chane.1 to su active, tu :i I' by -t ile, tin- . ji-rx-tit
re)rulatet anl ie4.ir.il. tlie M..d
ami secretions ttiornii-litv pii' iflc.1 jiu.l i n
nched, the wholf yt'iu nwovnte.1 and
built up anew.' Iw li. n i. mild yet po-i.
tive and latin. For t.-in il.--. t li. -e miIw
je-t to paititiil peiiiMl.. Mipi r. i..ti .ni.l
other irrejfiilai it i.".. wiil tiiidiiii. tne-li. iiie
lnvalnable. It will remove the sallow
complexion and restore it to it nalitrsl l.ilr.
Bess and purity: ii riw?. Ihe rosy tint 4'
health to the Loled cliei k. mid enti'Ci.
dull, drooping eye t sparkle ith joy.- It
i hijrhly rei-otu mended lor Scrofula, or
King's Evil. Fever and tue, Khcumalism,
Ncuraluis. Hesdiche. f'vspepsia, l'iin.l.'
and Hlob-Jies. I leneril la bility, and in .11
impurity or taints of the blood.
lir. Thornton's Em:lih Ki.lurv Mihli-
cine.orl ompniind Fluid Extract -Kuclni,"
end "1'ratra lravc, a never lailni reiuc.
dv for the cure of i.rivel, Hemoval of Stone
in the Bladder. It cures til dis. ases ol the
Kidnev; it strentiiciil the weak back anil
cures all thoe pain. The English liii. tni
is Hie In-st now ott. red lor sale. Try cue
bottle ami vou win U convinced.
K.nrll.U All-tlenltn- Sal ve.Tlie
best aril le ever ti. ud to liie piih'ic for tha
cured Cut-, . rtt.M'. Scil.is, sore shin-.
Old Sores, Cancers. I'lineer Seres. hunion,
Corn, t aibuucle." It w iil tlr.iw a boil to
a head quicker tbsn an uiht r appltcalicti.
1!. U. I llt.ii; ION.il. 1)., Loudon.
Sold bv all Itru-iri-ts.
G. W." HEN DLltslIoTT, corner Cfil.tr
and Siiusm, Nashville, Wholesale Airents
for the tailed Mat. ocUs-cin