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O. T. HUGHES.
Barnett & Hughes,
Attorneys at Law,
WALKER GREEN. . s. THOMPSON.
GREEN & THOMPSON,
Attorneys at Law,
n!lildir',ir-i,nu "' courts of Maury
"wct-on- June lii-76-ty.
-I. Ii. UOND,
Attorney at Law,
AVill Practice in Maury and adjoining counties.
J ii 1-4 o-1 y
C VV. WITHERSPOON,
Attorney at Law,
Will attend with prnmptnen to all Legal Ilin-iiima
-ntrustc. to lna car., in .Maury ami adj.miini; c .1111-
V '.i i - i ' collection ami eett
if n k i mm.
"-nitiw Whltrhorne Mock.
P. H. SOUTHALL, JR.,
Attorney at Law,
tt-S,Ipecial attention given to collectionx. Office-
OilUiiiniH JRI.m k. Mine. to. !;.
M. LOONEY. J. B. MI RPHV
IiOONEY & MURPHY,
Attorney at Law
Solicitor in Chancey,
" loiumuia, icnn.
W. P. HOWELL,
Attorney at Law
Solicitor in Chancery,
MpwUI Mtt nti(ifi rivfvi to the collTtion t
W. C. TAYLOR,
Attorney at Law
Solicitor in Chancery,
Columbia, Tenni hmii.
JIi'Dnnrll 4 Wrlintrr, Wliit
1 Dei'. lnt in..
A. c. ini krv.
T. M . JONEIi, JR.
JONES & HICKEY,
Attorneys at Law
A N D
Solicitors in Chancery,
Will practii- in flip Coiirtfmf Maurv and Hickniun
(onutii-9. tf-jme: W hittliurue Dim k.
;KOK(JK . TAYI.olt. K. II. SANSOJI.
TAYLOR & SANSOM,
Attorney at Law
Solicitor in Chancery,
Will prmlirc in M.inry ami i l m in i n ? rountiix,
mil in thp Siipri-nii- ami Kpiliml nurti-nt NanliTiilr.
iw-inl Httiiiiliun vivt'n to flu i-ollerrinn of rluiniH.
uinii:-.(irih .Mum Mroct, hi oml iloor frura
' Nt'ldiiii lloiihii." Jan. tli-l7i.
jsu. v. wuKiirr. j. v. hew.
WRIGHT & DEW,
Attorney at Law,
Solicitor in Chancery.
-Whitthorne itlork up tairi.
A. M. Hl (JIIK!. A. M. Ill (J1IKS, Jb.
A. M. HUGHES & SON.,
Attorney at Law
Solicitor in Chancery,
W ill practice in the loiirts of Manrv and ifljiinins
niinti. and Supremo and Federal t'ourts at Nanli
villn. The Ktrii tet Mlteiitlon will lw si ven tn nil
niKllie.a eiitrilte,l to t hei r en re. I Hire .Son I h fide
West Main Street, -M iliMtr from the Square.
ATTORNEY XD ( 1)1 SELL0R AT LAW,
Ofhce : I'p itiiirK, above Po.t timee.
V"ill aive strict attention to all btiHinesA entrusted
to him, in any of the courts of .Maury, illianiaou
and ailjoiiiiiia countieH.
ollec.tion and KetilementH of all kinds, attended to
with prom nine.
Will hold an ollli- at Spring Hill every Saturday,
may inh l7e.
JOHN T. TTCKKK.
V. F. Tl't'KKK.
J. T. & W, F. TUCKER,
AV'hotielale and Ketjiil
. A Is D
Com mission Merchants
Northeast Corner Public square,
COLUMBIA, : : ; TENNESSEE.
rDealera in Cotton and all kinds of
jiroduee. Liberal advances made on poods
in store. nov.19-18.5-ly.
(ientlemtn who visit this establishment,
will always find the best artists in Columbia.
Hair Cutlin;, Shaving and Shamnooninc
dne in tlrirant style. All the Proprietor
aska is a trial.
Transient rates reduces frotu
84,00 TO s:mo per day.
(Small rooms $2 50 a day when called for.
Has removed from New York to Columhia, Ten-neM-f,
where he will, in the futitie, piacti e his
profe-s'on. He can be seen at all hours, when not
profeKiionally engaged, at the otflce of lr. Towler,
North Main Street, Columtdn, Tenn. Nov. 17-76-ly
R. M. FMERSON
PATENT MEDICINES, AND
:fuk i epical purposes.
-Prescriptions carefully conipaumltd
day or night. jan.H-ly.
By HORSLEY & HEMPHILL.
THE LARGEST FIRE SURPLUS OF ANY
irv rriu: world.
Manager: JOHN'H. McLAREN, Esq.. at Liverpool.
ii l Al. AL. I .,
TOTAL ASSKTS IX THK UNITED STATES
.-ji niii. ntiiiLLS atltai w-jJiaiMj LIABILITIES Or EVKKY
i.O.NSli 1A1U SINCE ORGANIZATION'
Annual Statement, January 1876.
M'JIMARY OF ASSETS:
H.sli in I'.ank of Liverpool and other Hanks $ 84u",0!9 42
Iialan-es in hands of Atrents. at Uranch Oftiies. ami in rnnnp of tra nsmirsinn SOS S.A 73
'ash in I'rim-ipal Oftict-s
i;eal imitate wih1 by ( ouinanv i ne em-iunlrBci l...--.-.:...'. -.; - n
Jiritibb. ludiAa as) r ,)!. I Str.s,-rtTaVyj1
iniarKct value r,4t.H,ozj.5U) ,
United States Honds (market value $1,828,843.50).
.-iock ana bonds oi corporations and Cities held as security for cash actually
loaned (market value $7,047,532.89) 5,84(5,403 28
Loans on Honds and Mortgage 'first liens on $939,973.02) 34L573 02
Other Secured Loans, acrued Interest (since paid), and admissible Assets....... 777,562 57
i.uiani.r, w. i.iitnii 1 1 a n n u in r ir." aurpin.
Total amount of all liabilities exclusive of the undermentioned. $11,040,989 05
Amount necessary safely to reinsure all outstanding risks 1,646,280 00
N et Fire Surplus at market value, $5,811,481.17, less $499,321.17
not extended in Company's statement 5,312,160 00
M Firs Income of Company. :
Unittd States Income Mm 1875,
All losses ef this department paid hv us without reference to Liverpool or elsewhere.
BAIiliES fc CASTLEMAN, Managers Southern Hejiartment..
... Office: S. K.Cor. Main & Sixth StreeU, Ixuisville. Kv.
"I Aseat tt, ,
Announce the Arrival of their
Fall and Winter Stock !
CONSISTING OF A MAGNIFICEXT LINE OF
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND
FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, &c,
Together with an
I A W W Iff
Bought direct from Manufacturers and Importers of these goods.
Wool Jeans at 35 Cents Per Yard!
We have excelleit all iirevious efforts in the purchase of this stock, nnd our vell-estab-lushqd
reputation for selling cheap will be fully maintained by ns during the coming sea
son. We have increased facilities for piving actual bargains to the people of Columbia, as
one of the firm, (Mr. A. Rosenthal) is always in the market, and ships us fresh goods daily
at the very love.st prices possible.
We can ofl'er some special attractions. We have made arrangements to supply dealers
with goods at jobbers prices, and are ready to duplicate for them Nashville or Cincinnati
TO Tllia 11 iiLTC.
As we pre confident our figures cannot be beaten this side of Cincinnati, we omit quota
tions in the paper. Inviting all to eall and convince themselves that we are telling FACTS
October i;j-7J-ljan. A. ROSENTHAL & BRO.
G R O C E
TIJE LAH(;i:ST STOCK IX TIIF CITY OF
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Old Domestic Whiskies, French Brandie3, ami Imported Wines and Liquor.
fifTT-Special inducements offered to .Merchants in want of Supplies. I have a full
stock of Huist's Briggs 13 ro , and Ferries' New Garden Seeds, which wil be fur
nished to the trade at wholesale rates. Call and Examine Stock an Prices.
Cor. Main and Mechanic Ttreets.
NEW YORK STORE!
Qrand Centennial Qnenin,
Next Door to Tyler & Williams.
Immense arrival of New Goods, consisting of
Dry Goods, Notions, Trunks, Boots, Shoes, Hats
And an Endless Variety of
Flannels, Blankets, Shawls and Laces.
The largest stock of Clothing ever seen in Columbia, which was bought at Bankrupt
sale, and at price to astonish the world, which he oilers to the public at a very small ad
vitiM llelow we trive a few of the ficures: A very large handkerchief titocts: a number
one corset at forty cts.; all wool tlannel SO cts ; VI spools of the best thread for 40 cents or
3 for 10 cents; 3 paper of pins tor 10 cts. Boots and Shoes offered at bottom prices.
E verytliiug of the very best makc,aud will give entire satisfaction. Quick sales and small
proms is our hum ,
S O IMI ETHI1TG 1ST IE "VST
WE HAVE JUST BECEIVED A SPLENDID LINE OF BOTH
At, - Grwsxtly T?eliicotl Prices.
' v.- Invite SPE CIAL ATTENTION' to O.n- Xpw
For which we claim mora than anv other STOVE offered to the Trade. This
is strictly a FIRST-CLASS S5TOVE handsome, durable made of
the Best Material, with many Desirable Improvements, and
warranted to give SATISFACTION in all cases
oxin STOCK Ol?
CHINA, QUEENSWARE, LAMPS AND
OF ALL 13 FULL COMPLETE.
Don't fail to call and examine our new stock of
Carpets, Rugs, Door Mats, etc., etc.
W. R. ELAEV3 CO.
Y A L
OF LIVEKPOOL, ENGLAND.
1 830 8?
'XdU'iJonds owned bv Company
fil'S;!KI. peci-l Agent,
elegant assortment of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
LOOK TO YOUR 1 1ST TMSTfc EST.
WE ARE SELLING THE BEST ARTICLE OF
GUARANTEED EQUAL IN QUALITY AND AS
o "w insr prices,
As any offered in this market. Orders left at tfee Depot Mills or at Edsall &
McEwen Store, or with either ol the undersigned,
WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION
Oct. 27-2m. E. KUHN, JAS.! K. HODGE, Agents.
M. C. MAYS.
E. P. DODSON.
LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STADLE.
At the Old Stand.
Vehicles of all kinds for hire.
on hand to diive the " Old Reliable Omnibus" to and from all trains.
South and -Nortb AlaMa Railroads !
TRAXS COIXG SOUTH.
Jan. 30, IR7S. Paily. lai'ly.
I.v t'olnmhia '.' w am
.r Pulaki.... 11.21 am ....
llecatnr l-l" sin
ItirmiiiKliam n. pm
' t'alera .'. ."'l I'm
" MontKomerv s.'iii pm .
' Hloiint Sprina 2.31 am -
TRAIN No. 1 connects at Decatur with
Memnhis & Charleston R. It,; at Calera with
S.. R. & D. It. R.. at Guthrie with St. Louis
X Southeastern i:y; at jicivcuzie wun
N:ushville t Northwestern R'y; at Montgom
ery with Mobile k Montgomery It. R. for
Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans.
TRAIN No. 3 connects at Decatur eastand
west with Memphis & Charleston Railroad ;
at Birmingham with Alabama & Chattanooga
Railroad: at Calera with Selma, liome &
Dalton Railroad : at Montgomery with West
ern Railroad (of Alabama), Montgomery &
Eufaula and Mobile and Montgomery Rail
TRAIXS GOIXG NORTH.
Jan. 3d, is;.-,.
V: V, pm
UK l.i pm
1: l. am
I.T 1 'illl!illi:l
r r ranklln. 1 u.
Ar N A Ii.-pot
Ar Franklin. Ky...
Ar Knwlitiff iivrn.
Ar (ilnHffttw June...
In:' .1 am
r Cave 1 i lv
Ar KliZHlietlit'n ....
Ar l.fhannn .luiir .
Ar 'ininiiati Jc
TRAIN No. 2 connects at Nashville with
N. C. & St. Louis R'y West for Memphis; at
Lebanon June, with Knoxville and Rich
mond Branches; at Cincinnati June. with L.
C. & L. R. R. for the North and East; at
Louisville with V. S. Mail Boats for Cincin
nati and with O. & M. R'y and J. M. & I. R.
R. for the North, East and W est.
TRAIN No. 4 connects at uiasgow junc.
to and from Glasgow; at Cave City to and
from Mammoth Cave; nt Cincinnati June
with L. C. & L. R. R. for the North and East
at Louisville with O. & M. and J. M. & I. K.
R. for the North, East and West, and with
U. S. Mail Line steamers Jor t. incinnati.
TRAIN No. 6 connects at Glasgow June.
to and from Glasgow; at Cave City to nnd
from Mammoth Cave; at Cincinnati .lunc.
with L.. C. L. R. R. for the North and East ;
at Louisville with O. & M. and J. M. & I. K
R. for the North, East and West, and with
U. S. Mail Line steamers for Cincinnati.
Tourists will find this route otters great in
ducements to those going to the Centennial
Exposition. Direct connections are made in
Louisville with through cars, running direct
to the Centennial grounds.
Pullman Palace Cars Without Change
Are Bun Between
New Orleans and Louisville,
Via Montgomery on No. 2 and No. 3.
MEMPHIS and NASHVILLE
For information about Tickets and Emi
grant Rates to Florida, Arkansas, and Texas,
addres, J. N. BOOKS,
lien'l l'aes. Sl Ticket Ae't.
Jan. 21, 167i.
MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES,
All of the beet Italian Marble.
Also. I have- the Jateet styles of Designs.
fcj" All work aa cheap as can be done else
rhere. Manufactory on West Main street,
-.ear the Institute. mnaayi
South JVatu Street,
Board. l r Ifey.
"ai-riairea. bngia or taddle koracs rorolafaea am
liluca:un tne prupiletor.
JAMES L. QUEST.
TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1S77.
G A LI
D. T. CHAPPELL.
UNCLE TOMMY DOUGLASS will be
AND HARNESS HORSES.
T. A. HARRIS,
TJ. S. COMMISSIONER.
BIT. PLEASANT, TENN.
ii-'ri i i . -i i i ,
iness connected with this office left witiT a
Mir.. r. .u- az -,,
. Hughes, Jr., or at his ofhce, will receive
PORTER, BRYAN & ALFORD,
Wholesale Pealera in
TOBACCO and CIGARS
Proprietor af tht Celebrated
"PORTER RIFLE" CIGAR,
SS Public Nqnnre, NASHVILLE.
ECGINE R. SMITH, M. D.,
Office at Masonic Hall. Offiee hnnr.--
Frcm 8 to 9 am.; and from 1 to 3 i. ni.. and
' P- sept. 15-76.
K. C. M'DOWELL.
M'DOWELL & WEBSTER,
Attorneys at Law,
PURE BRED POULTRY.
Tlie undcrniencd offora for sale few very fine
W. H. T(H.I) Al... . r.- ",TXL7 ""'2
dark Brahma Coj-kerela. Kbkii for hatching in ga
jon. from all or the above varieties. My Fowla are
kept in reparate v.riU "nnH hr n.,M p.
o "able and eatislaction guaranteed.
aept.29.76 1y. tkilniubia. Tenn.
The hardest and best
ARTICLE OF COAL
E. S. BRI(intBTAr.
. n't Ag'ta.
June an 76 m
" CalumUa, jTenn.
Does a General Bankine- nnrl
. M. TOWLEB, President.
LUCIUS FKIEKSON. (.'a-h er.
T. W. TUBIM1
We have in stock a first-class assortment of
--Also Harness from
ms.oo to JIOO.OO
Our work is first-class; the pricea lower
than tbe same kind of work oan be bought
norva oi ixuumDia.
jun20.8Mv. KUHJT 4 TUKPIN.
Judgment of the People.
lurini; the past igUt yan the public have care
fully obaerrel the womivi-tul rn
hv A It9 Li mm J. M t mm At 1 C
from its u many an atUicted sulterer has
J r. . wmm-fr nrntrtww ivrainr.
tanning potsenoua mineral inedioiiifw.
lis nieaicai properties are alterative, tonic, t olveot
and diuretic. There is no disease of the human
IZJis:.: rt"zr r.Tvrnrntng
-JAIIens Strengthening Cordia
SCRO F U LA,
It will eradicate from the svsicm mpr. tnin ,.i
iruiuiaauu .crjiuions iiumor. It das pe: manoMly
cured thousands of helplees ci-ses where all other
aoowu lemeaies iaiiea.
Allen's Strengthening Cordia
Is the great blood imrinpr. purp. Rvnhiii. on.i
mores Pimples and Humors on the fsce
Reason should teach us that a blotchy, roueh or
pimpled skin depends enlirelv tl Itflfl an intsvrnl
cause, and no outward application can ever cure the
Tumors, Ulcers, or Old Sores
! ceased by an impure state of the blood : cleanse
blood tUorowghly with Atlfti'm ftrPnUth-
ina Cordial and the complaints will uisup-
Allen'H Mreiinrlieuliio vl.i nri.
Constipation. DTsnei.sia. Kniniiinunif Mnmg,.h t
is noi a simulating Kilters wbich creates a fictitious
appetite, but a gentle Tonic, which assists nature to
lesiore tne siomacn to a nenithv action. No wnnn
sutferini; with Sour Stomal h. Headache. CoativouMa
Palpitation ol the Heart, Indigestion. Low Spirits,
vu iak mire uuses wiiuuui leilel.
Allen9 Stmtrit Is , fnm.A
Female weainess; it iicta directly upon the causes of
these coinplainta, invigorates and strengthens ihe
cj jiuiu, una uxju me Hcreive organs and
Allen's rfut.oiiiii t . .F!i h..
never failett to cure mercurial diaeases. pain in the
cause. Salt Kheura and .Scald llead readily yield to
6,. ...cau.c ucc vi iu lucurant.
Alletl'H Htl-fHflthrninn fnrilinl li
never been known to lail n giving Immediate relief
I This k.nii.n.u u - t a I
... -v. iro jy jvmucs aim iriiiury orpana.
m y om .re Fre-
i kiiuiu it iu ineir iiauenis,
I . I
Allen'n Stt-finrtliftiitm ini-tlinl art
as delii-btfully on the lender bale, the most d ;lieate
la i y, auu lnni iu oll ape, as en the strong man ; im
parting health and vigor to the nerves and brain,
blood-vesseln. heart and liver. When taken vnn
can feel its life-uivine nower course through evVrv
arteiy, desiroying ail diseases in the blood and giv
ing iieuin. eiasiicitv ana ftrelittn to tne whole or-
Allen'M Stffttrwfl.fninn fnrrtial xr;
inowieateil uv all i lasses of neiinle to lie the net
and most reliable blood purifier in tbe world. It in
a never failing remedy and can be relied upon. How
many thousands upon thousands have lieeu snatched
as It were lrom the brink of the grave by lis miracu
lous power. Who will suffer from Liver Complaint,
Jiyspeiwia, Disease of the Stomach. Kidnevs, Bowels,
or lllauder when such a great reined v is within reach.
Volumes minht be filled with nroof from all narts
of the civilized world to prve that no remedy hns
ever been discovered in the whole history of niedi
clr.etliat acts so promutlv. Even in tha worst cases
of Scrofula a good appetite, complete dfiestion.
airencth and a disposUiou for exercise, are aora la
ionow its use. It the Iwwels are t-oslive, or head
ache rccompanies the disease, the use of Allen's
Liver Pills will remove it. Over eizht years experi
ence ana tne increasing popularity ot Alien s medi
cines are conclusive proof.
Prke f 1.00 per bottle, or six bottles fur $5 00. If
your druggist or store keeper uoes not have it, we
of the price.
in lorwara nan a uozen to anv auuretH on receutt
prepared only by
AMERICAN MEDICINE CO.,
St. Joseph, Mo.
For sale by all Druggists.
ALLEN'S PILE OINTMENT, :
THE 0I(,'I.Y.ll AJ OJ5.VfI.VJ?
The reputation of this Medicine is now so well es
tablished that liberal minded men in the medical
profession throughout the Union recommend it to
their patients as tie very bct of all remedies for
Piles. Hundreds of the mo t painful cases of Piles
have been cured by ita use in a very short time.
No medicine has ever obtained a higher or more
deserving reputation than Allen's Pile Ointment.
Allen's file Ointment is a remedy ol universal
usefulness whenever an oil-cerate talve ointment or
embrocation is sequired, in cases of Burns, Scalds.
Blisters, pralns, Bruises, Abrasions. Cuts, t. leers.
Salt Kheum, Tetter, Kczema, Ring Worm, Barlier's
Itch, Frosted Limbs, Chilblains, Chapped Skin,
I-ever misters, Bea po es, tore feet, BunioHS,
Vegetable Poisoning, Bites of Insects, etc.
Ihere is no known remedy that gives such lasting
relief as Allen's Pile Ointment. It is a new, de
lightful and wonderful remedy, designed and war
ranted to snpersede all other Ointments yet dis-
Allen'a Pile Ointment is entirely dinereut irom
any other Ointment la the whole world perfectly
harmless for the infant or aged ; it is cooling and
grateful to the burning brow, throbbing temples and
tever-parcnea system ; it Mil banish pain aim allay
inflammation more rapid lv than any curative com
pound in this or in any other country.
Price SO cents a box, or six boxes for 12 CO. If
your druggist or store-keeper doe not bave it, we
will forward half a dozen to any address on receipt
Prepared only by
AMERICAN MEDICINE GO.,
St. Joseph, Mo.
For sale by all Druggists.
Allen's Liver Pills.
T, feetlv tasteless, elegantly coated. For the
cure ot all disorders of tne Stomach. Liver, Bowels,
Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous Diseases Headache,
Constipation. Costiveness, Indigestion, urspeptia,
and all Bilious Diseases, such aa Constipation, In
ward Pilea, Fill nrssof Blood to the Head, Acidity
of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for
Food. Fullness or Weight in the Momacn, our
Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the
Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Dif
ficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart. Choking
or Suffocating Scnsa iors when in a lyina posture,
Dimne-sof Vision, Dots or IVebs before the Hizht,
Fever or dull pain in the Head, Difficulty of Per
spirf tion, Yellowness of the Skin and Kjes, Pain in
the Side, Chest. Limbs, and Sudden Flushes f
Heat Burning of tbe Flesh, etc
Allen's t.lrer i'llls may always be relied
on as a safe and efiectual remedy, and may lie taken
by both sexes at all times with beneficial result.
By their use the weak are made strong. Distre
after eating. Inward Weakness. Larguur, Want of
Appetite, are at once removtd by a dose or two of
these Pills. -Thousands of persons who have used
these Pills we have yet to bear tbe first com plaint
from one who has tried them. They always give
ALLEN'S LIVER PILLS
itegulate the organs of the system, restoring func
tional harmony ana peuuruig me pecreuon oi me
proper constitnentsof each oigan. By the'r action
the liver secrete its allotted proportion of bile tbe
lungs carbon, the skin sweat, tbe kidneys urine,
etc., and are always reliable as a purgative.
The aged, and persons subjected to Constipation,
Paralvsis. and Weakness of the Bowels Kidneys
and Bladder, etc., that have to resort to Injection,
by taking two or three of AUen't Liver PilJs, will
enjoy naural discharges, and by the occasional use
of them have regular operations In the e casrs
their strengthening and nutritious principles are
exhibited ; everv dose will add rew strength to tbe
Bowels. Liver, Kidneys, etc., Ihst may be worn or
depleted by age.
in these Pills, a want that scieece has ever failed
to supply is secured and thia is a thorough purga
tive that can be given in safety in cases of eruptive
fevers, as Small-pox, Erysipelas. Yellow Fever,
-earlet and Typhoid Fevers. When the Mucous
M- rubra ne becomes ulcerata t, these Pills act tbor
...hl. vet hesi ulcerated and excoriated parts.
1 bey are made from ext acta from newingredients
entirely vegeiam, "iri"i mcu, i w
iirrv nnwders and substances of the common
advertised Pills, and have a safe, certain and uni-
Price 25 cents a box. or six boxes for tl.25. If
., drtiBgist or store-keeper does not have tiem.
we will forward half a dox n boxes to any addresa
on receipt ol the price. lTepirea oniy py
AMERICAN MEDICINE CO.,
St. Joseph, Mo.
For sale by all Druggists. .
rOBTI TEARS BEF0B8 THB PUBLIC, t
DR. C. MSLANE'S
- Celebrated American
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is paleand leaden-
been I COiOred, Wltll OCCaSIOUal IltlShCS, Of
I . ... . .
circumscribed spot on one or both
cheeks ; the eyes become dull ; thepu-
I P"s Wuc , an HZUIC semicircle runs
i aiong tne lower eyenu : tne nose is ir-
a swellingof the upper lip ; occasional
headache, with hummin? or throb"
Of Saliva : Slimy Or furred toneue
- n , ...ubiwk.wi.
i .i. - i . -i
uicaui very tuui, particularly in me
morning; appetite variable, some
times voracious, with sx enawine sen
sation of the stomtreh, attomeri, entire
ly gone ;neetingpains in the stomach ;
occasional nausea and vomiting ; vio
lent pains throughout the abdomen ;
bowels irregular, at times costive ;
stools slimy : not unfrequently tintred
with blood ; belly swollen and hard ;
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KcaiDBKCB. MAJ, M. f. CHE A IRS.
Ha vine begun the practice of Medicine. I
will devote myself exclusively to my profes
sion. Umce hours ib bpring mil lrom nine
to twelve a. m. Remainder of the time I
will be found at home. . ' Oct. 27-7G 1 v.
A fig (or the world, with II bother and worrit,
ludariof distraction, and night of rnirpt.
luciliesol commerce, wnere evryone nurnea,
I MUM w Il HID. ina ww. m .1, afin :
( nose up the towo-houoe with, bar sod with door
Leava tnf tn l.aik 'nnath a aenith of blue.
Unheeding old Time with his scythe and his fore.
tto lon as I've freedom and nothing to do.
Not on the Continent; there you hay mountain
That call fortzerOon and atralnins of nerve:
I For there you meet mine one so learnedly talkinn
' tl,lK read of and inc.. (hat he
: That, to make your escape, you muM stru;le at
N'ot at all in accordance '
rith nothing to du.
Not in the covett. nor yet In fhe stublde,
Mjd rauJe of guns and 'luid clamor of birds:
I miiKt f urthei eftafie from the recion nl trouMe
Of kern einulatioB nd ferlshi wonls.
I can find no enjoyment in steadily whipping
A stream whcie the lisu are luuili -viir than
Where 1 still run the risk of a show'r or a 'lipping,
Which are both inconsistent with nothing todu.
I recall fternoons In a bygone Soptenilir
The happiest days ol my lay old lle
When a pleasant companion but now I remember
1 nat pleasHBt companion is somdioay s wile ;
Why did she leave me. and cease herswi-W chatter.
I And wed such a priggish and prosperous ktpw 7
I re a aortof suspicion that what wastbMiiatti'
as rooted treliet 1 bnu nottnug to no.
I'm at far from toy point nn I wan at linnin.
And I only renueRt olk to lave me alone;
I haven't now energy even for sinning,
But 1 never wante nreath in the mafttng ol
Tis all in ourwlve that we're jovoua or Mlghted,
You'll find the old dratnat.HlVdirtuiii U trne;
o I'll rat in the f-harie with a cigarette IlKbtcri,
And the bliaaiul rcrten ttint I've nolhiiiK to do.
LOIS BRAND'S CHOICE.
Lois Brand stopped on the bridge and
leaned over tbe low railinpr, watching the
ripples on the water and the little min
nows darting about in that restless
fashion of theirs, which mad-? her think
of the shuttles flying through the warp
in the weaving room at the factory.
As she stood there on the old bridge,
thinking in an idle, spiritless kind of
way of what a pleasant thing life must
be when there is no such drudgery, no
such terrible monotony in it as had
wrapped hers in from childhood, shutting
out everything she had hoped for most,
like a wall, a step upon the creaking
planks aroused her.
She turned and saw that her compan
ion was Richard Evans.
To him she was the one woman in the
" Good morning, Dick," she said, in
a tired kind of way. "Are you going to
the mill? What a fool I am to ask you,
though. I might know that there's no
other place for such people as we are to
go to. When we get into the mills once,
ire never get out. It's for life or death,
I don't know which. I don't think I
should care much, if it wasn't for Fan
ny." "I don't like to hear you talk in that
wy, Lois," fceaaidjjp that grave, gentle
way of his. "Thfre s no need of you
killing yourself at the loom, ns you re
doing. It's only or you to Kay 'Yes,'
Lois, and you know there's nothing I'd
be more glad to hear."
" I know," she answered, a little more
tenderly, but with much bitterness in
her voice yet, 'I am sure I could lie
happy, quite happy with you, but there's
Fanny. It wouldn't be right for me to
marry, and bring you such a load as two
women, and one of them as helpless as a
baby would be. I could help myself
and you, but with me you'd find your
hands full ; when you come to think of
poor Fanny, and you nothing but your
two hands. I can't say ' Yes,' D'ck,
thinking of that. It wouldn't be right
for me to."
" Didn't I know all about Funny when
I asked you to marry me?" Dick said,
earnestly. " If I hadn't been willing to
work for both of you, do you s'posc I'd
have asked you any such question ? You
know better, Lois. I understand the
case, Lois, and am willing to run the
risk of the consequences. Poor Fanny
wouldn't be half the burden to me, if you
were to marry me, that she is to
you. Besides, a man can work so much
easier if he thinKs he is working for some
one who loves him if he has a home of
his own. Don't you know that, Lois?
It puts life and energy into him. If I
knew that you were waiting for me, after
the day's work was done, in a home of
out own, the hardest job would be a
pleasant one. The thought of the kiss
you'd give me when I got home would
help me more than the promise of a better
place or extra wages, loud better say
" There's the bell," she said drawing
a lng sigh, as she turned. " I don't
think I'd better say 'Yes,' Dick. It
wouldn't be right."
" Think it all over before you decide,"
he said, walking along with her through
the street leading up to the factory.
" Don't let the thought of Fanny or the
hard work I'd have to do, keep you
from saying 'Yes,' if you love me, Lois."
It was toward noon when her em
ployer, Kalph Leverson, came up to her
" Lois, I want to talk to you," young
Levcrsan said, by-and-bye. " I suppose
you neter thought of such a thing as
my canng for you, but I do, Lois. I've
watched .your face for a long time, and
I've grown fond of it. It's a face that
tells how much your life lacks to make
it pleasant. Let me bring the lacking
pleasure, Lois. Will you be my wife ?"
A confused vivion of pictures and
flowersof rich dresses and books, and
the sound of music went whirling and
surging through her brain to the accom
paniment of the grinding, pitilew
" I can't think now," she cried, put
ting up both her hands to her throbbing
brow. " Don't ask m to answer you
now ; some other time I'll tell you."
"You are killing yourself here," he
said, tenderly. " Try to think favorably,
She put on her bonnet and shawl and
went out into the cool air. Oh, which
to choose ? which to choose ? Tbe
words made a little verse of themselves,
and set themselves to the monotonous
hum of turning spindles and tlie click
clacking of darting shuttles. Fhe went
toward home in a slow, roundabout way.
Suddenly the factory bell smote the
air, there was a cryo. .....
once a great black cloud of smoke broke
-i- r.. ,.l oil ,
from the upper wtndows of the building.
She turned about and went back.
. A great cry; rung -but from the crowd.
At the win. lew of his office, upstairs,
was Le verson's frightened face. J le must
bave been asleep, and undreaming of the
awful danger so near by.
"I'll try to save hlni' cried a voice
she knew Dick's voice and then she
saw him fighting his way through the
flames, and the last glimpse of his face
showed how brave he was, in the wild
tempest of fire and smoke. !ho held
her breath, jiale and still, and waited,
while her heart kept saying over:
"Dear Dick, oh, Jod, save him!" in a
prayerful kind of way.
She knew then that the lover who wits
risking his life so nobly was more to her
than the lover he was . risking his life
for could ever be.
Suddenly she caught sight of Kichard's
face at the window of lieverson's room
He had Iieverson in his arms, for the
master had fainted. He fastened the 1111.
conscious man to a rope, and ,et him
down just as the flames burst out of tun
window below him, wrapping lh whole
front of the great mill in a seething sheet
A groan went through the crowd, lie
ad saved a life and lost his own.
"Dick, Dick!" rang out a woman's
voice, wild, nharp and shrill with pain,
"try to save yourself for my sake."
Ho he7', and leaned far out of tin
window, in a wild deiro to save his lifo
for the sake of the woman he loved.
He saw the wire ..f one of the lil.tninj;
rods not a foot away from llie window.
Lois had culled him, nnd be would make
a wild.desjierate, alnxnt iohIcnh t lliirl to
He leaned out and gratcd the rod, and
swung himself over the window sill, and
slipjied down, down.
The rod blistered his hands but he
clung to it. The Hames billowed up
around him, and broke over him, but he
held his breath and flipped down, down!
And the last he remeniliercd, ho was
slipping down, and the thought bad got
into his brain that he was always going
down, down, down.
The first thing he renirniliered after
that, a woman's face was bending over
him, and a woman's teats were dropping
on his face, and a woman's kis was oh
his lip-, and a woman's voice wan xnying :
"Oh, Dick, jMior, noble, brave, dear
Dick!" in a broken way, and he opened
his eyes to see Iyiis above him, unci ho
thought it mut lie heaven, and whis
pered : "
" Is it yes, Lois?"
And she answered " yes" with a great
thanl .fulness in her eyes and voice.
They told him he was a hero.
And Leverson came and took his poor
wounded hands in his, and told him he had
saved his life, and that he would do
great things for him to prove his grati
tude. And he did.
And Ivois is satisfied with litr choice.
'aT'XOTUKK"A SVIItHH. EPISODE.
A South Hill school-marm, the other
day while working an example on the
board, detected an urchin directy U-hiud
her in the unlawful act of devouring an
apple. She said to him, "Tim, what are
you doing?" "No'hin," said Tim, with
his mouth so full that his cheeks stuck
out on either side of his head like nn alder
man's stomach. "Yes you are," para
doxically insisted the leather; "what
have you in your hand?" ",Nappl,,"r.
said Tim, .with imc surprise, . as l;e
looked at the fra'inr-nt of apple in his
hand and wondered who had bit it while
he was studying. "What hns become of
the rest of it?" "Dunno," s:iid Tim,
looking around in an amazed clfort to
discover who had the rest of it. "Some
body's been eatin' it." "Have you any
more?" demanded the teacher. "Ves'ni,"
said Tim dolefully. '(rot 'not her."
"Where is it?"' relentlessly pursued the
teacher?" " 'n my desk," sighed Tim,
as he li.-gan to misjiect that the teacher
was going to demand it ot him. "Well,
take it out and go stand on the. platform
and eat it." "Eat 'em both?" queried
Tim. "Yes, rat them both." "Eat all
I got?" demanded Tim, in a subdued
tone of countenance. "Yes, eat all you
have," impatiently rtsponded the teach
er, and turning to the Ixuird continued,
"and don't you leave that platform while
you have an apple left uneaten." Si
lence reigned in the school room. The
paper ellct pursued its tranquil transit
unobserved. The busy hum of the stu
dious made more noise than the cautious
smile f the indolent. 'J im stood at his
post. Munch, munch, munch. The
fragment in his hand soon disappeared,
and he fell ujKin the other apple silently,
but determinedly. IJuitkly it followed
the first. Then he put his right hand
into his pants pocket and took out an
apple and after a careful reconnoitre,
during which he wijied it on his trow sers
he began the attack, lie carried the
fort. Down went that hand again, and
another apple was brought t light. It
was quickly d'spatched. A third fol
lowed. Then he changed his position,
and, resting the weight of his hotly on
his left leg, sighed as lie drew from his
left breeches pocket another apple.
When it was pone he drew on the com
missary for another, and by the time he.
produced tbe apple he was silently being
obssrved by two-thirds of the boys in
the room. The teacher turned and saw
the boy still standing in the attitude of
one reaching for something in his coat
pocket. "Are'nt you through yet?"
she queried in astonishment. "Oot
'nother," stoically responded Tim, pro
ducing it and falling to work on it. In
surprise the teat her saw him reaching fo
still another, and when that was ,'gone
surprise grew to amazement as his un
wavering hand again wiught the gaping
mouth of that jiocket. As the boy ate
he grew in dimensions, and the teacher
became alarmed. There seemed to be no
end " to the apples that he had in his
clothes. "Tim, for mercy's sake, have
you any more apples?" '-dot 'nother,"
siid Tim, indilTerently. "How many
more apples have you ?" "Dunno," said
Tim, "guess got two or three more."
The teacher did not dare t let him pro
ceed, and appointed herself an investi
gating committee to look alter tbe back
counties. The boy never changed a muscle
of his countenance nor moved an inch
while that teacher pulled spi'ieaftor apple
from his coat and stacked thfia up upon
the deek, until there was something lei-s
than a peck piled up wilb Dade couety
to hear from. The school roam was a
scene of hilarity which wasn't so much
subdued as it bad been. Tim had laid
in apples for the winter, and the jacket
of his coat having no bottom, tli coat
was thus an immense b.t.', which wou'd
Isold as many apples as be could crry
The matter hasn't Ihmmi laid before the
sohool-board yet, but the exhausted
school-ma'am declares that the next
time he will learn how much of a crop
a " 1 - I
of apples ab.iv has ai.ut u m is; ore me
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