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1HK MACON iiEAllhS fcott -day, Jan. 23, 1897. HI. A O. B. t. RCHKDtlLKi . Da; traini northbound 13:23, anuthbd 8:09 JNIght trains at 12:27 North and 3:01 South. . 51 AH, ICHIiOCLE. Morth and South !onnd mailt close at 1 p. m. li Might matin clow at ............ 7 p. in. It Money orilcr omce opens a a. in. ciusci p.m. Mrs, J. F. Jones baa been quite ill this week with the grip.' " Mr. E. K. Wootten of Brooksville, was In Macon a few days this week. Mr. Arthur NoSeingor of Shuqualak, ' spent a few days in Macon this week. Miss Lizzie Bandera of Starkville, is visiting the family of Mr. W. P. Minor. Miss Fannie Hibbler of Prairie Point is in the city viBttfnff .friends and rela tives. ytork has stopped on the public well for sovural days on account of a short -age iii rope. ' ' v. ,: MIbbos Katharine Sargent and Fannie 'ofltrias went to Scoob Thursday even j tugtSTtend a dance at that place. Miss Daisy Brooks,, of Brooksville,, inade several hearts glad in Macon this week aa well as wnjoyed several social functions. ..... , vm.ri f,TV -" j -." Several "Dusty Rhodes, "were given time on the streets this week by Mayor Hauenstein. : after failiriff to obey his warning to keep moving. . .. ', Mr. J. L.; Carpenter, following the injunction of Timothy, sent us a gallon of his best last week. As a wine -maker Lit tie is hard to boat. Mr. Hugh . Rush is a full-fledged knight of the grip-, having hit the road this week with a full line of the "finest cigars in the country. " ' Mrs. Patrick and baby of Stonewall,, ' and her- brother, Mr. Chris. Faser. of . Winona, are in Macon on account of the serious illness of their mother.' ' Mr. J.L. Walter has returned from bis old home in the bleaked northwest and will do business at his old stand near the Fair Ground, Our old friend Henry Dooley paid us a cash call last week. Henry is seme what crippled up on account of a late unpleasantnes, but is fast recovering the use of his limbs. - . Millinery at Cost. Some good bargains can be had now at Miss Herman's millinery establish ment. All the old stock is being sold at cost to make room for spring styles. Mrs. M. N. Dismukes & C6. , have just received a lot of rubber eating bibs for children. They need no recommen dation to mothers. . k Daring the winter months the Ladles l -uazar will open at nine o ciocn ana close at hklf past four. We hope the ladies during those hours will call. '. . Spring tape treasures, infants bibs, . childrens rubber eating bibs, colored linen and cotton floss, torchon lace with insertion .to match. Hamburg edges, pillow case lace, pillow shams and oth er notions just received at The Ladies Bazaar. . Dissolution Notice. The partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, under the firm names of Murray & Madison is this day dissolved by mutual consent, Mrs. Julia M. Murray having bought the in terest of Mrs. Lillian C. MadiBon in such stock. Mrs. Murray will contin ue the business at the old stand and col lect all debts due the firm. Julia M. Murray, L. C. Madison. I ask for Mrs . Murray the same pat ronage which has been extended the -rotu firm. Thanking my friends for the same. . N . , - Lillian C. Madison. Jan. 11, 97. Stray inula. One bny mure mule, five years old, IS or 16 bauds high, bat a small white "pot from a scar on right hip. Was Inst seen it May's sprites near Mashufhvlllo on the night ol Jan. Uth going in the direction of Macon. Any Information leading to bor recovery will be thankfully received and liberally rewarded. B. F. Clay. Jan. S3, '06. . Coopwood, Miss. . Strafed i stolen From the Btoner place, known as the Haynes plaoe, five miles sontheast of Mucon, one bay mare, foretop cut, six years old. -AIho one dark mare mule colt, ciet months old. Information of them liberally rewarded. A. M. Stoner, . Macon, Miss. ' Money to Loan. , ' In sums not less than $250, on ' good security . Apply to l-10-2m Rives & Tyson. Poor Blood When horn is poo In flesh, a new harness won't give him strength. If a house is cold new furniture won't warm it. If your strength Is easily ex hausted) work a burden) nerves weak; digestion poor) muscles softs if you are pale and worn out. the trouble is with the blood. It is not so much IMPURE blood as POOR blood. Pills won't make this blood rich t not will bitters, nor iron tonics. Any more than a new harness will give strength to the horse, or new furniture will make a house warm. For poor blood you want something that will make rich blood. SCOTT'S EMULSION of Cod-liver Oil with Hypophos phites is the best remedy io the world for enriching the blood. We have prepared a book UHinf; you more about the subject. Sent Free. For sal by all druggists at 50c. fit .00. Si".OTT now'XH. W-w York. tH'nf.m 11m i m ! just j.1 r cwctictsi wmw A ail Death. The beginning of th,e Now. Year.. is sadly marked by the death of the young wife and mother, Mrs. Sallie .Wythe Taylor. After a short illness her pure spirit passed away Saturday, Jan. 16tb Not only does her death leave an aching sense of loss in her immediate family, but a void in the .hearts of Humorous friends. Let us not grieve, but rather rejoice, because she sings now an ever lasting hymn of peace . . .. , '.- " "Come, tor the loved have found ', ', - The place where the beautiful dwell! Come, for the; listen not to the sound " Of the sad, sad word, farewell." Death of Walter B. Lucas. , More sad hearts are bowed down with grief and anguish, .fair, the mysterious hand that outs the thread of life visited the home of Mrs. Lucas yesterday -even' ing and took from the Bcene of hilabors here her oldest son, Walter. ' He seamed to be iii the prime of life and in robust health, and we never knew a more im pressive illustration of the adage that in the midst of life we are in death. All that a devoted mother and loving sisters could do was done to keep off the fatal result of pneumonia, but if. avai'ed nothing. ; -' , . . t , . IHW Lyceum Chair. . .. '' ' . " '" . . ' , Three hundred beautiful, substantial and comfortable opera chairs were put iu position Thursday In the Lyceum Hall ' With flrst.class' scenery, heat,'- ing facilities : and the latest improved ball -bearingi" noiseless chairs the.tjiyU is a -.mode jot' beauty and. convenience, The chairs at all five ply veneer Work, furnished by the Grand Rapid School Furniture Co, and", are so surrounded that every seat in the hall is in good sight line with the stage.. . . . The Hon. Luther manshlp. This distinguished son of Mississippi appeared in his role of ' 'Song and Story! ' at the . Lyceum Thursday night and all who were present went away delighted with the effort.. Mr. Manship, thongh suffering from grip, held his au dience for one hour and thirty minutes, and at no time did they seem to grow weary, but all the way through were convulsed with laughter, or in deep sympathy with the subject of some sad story pictured in sentiments of beauty and love by this man of power.to, por tray. From John Temple Graves even down to " the' gifted Bob Taylor, . no Macon audience has ever had the pleas ure of hearing a more pleasing or interesting- speaker than the Hon. Luther Manship. ' " . ' A feeling of sadness overspreads our town,' as we contemplate jl fearfully sad accident that happened to two of Dr. S. Hill's children. It seems that his eldest son, Samuel, went out to the lot to put some horses in the stable'. He took his little brother,' Robert, aged about three years, and set him inside of the crib oh some cotton seed, while he drove the horses into the stable. One of the hor ses ran into the crib and stepped upon the little fellow's head, rendering him insensible. Sammie ruBhed to the res cue of his little brother. . The horse ran over Sammie and stepped on his knee, Inflicting a painful wound. At this writing the little fellow is nncpnsciou$ and it is feared that he will not recover Carrollton News. ' i- Mrs. C. B. Ames is visiting friends in Meridian. The Epworth League Conference of the Columbus District, will meet in Ma con March 4th to 7th, Dr. Steele and other noted divines will be present. ' ,. The man Howard, who was arrested at Vienna several days ago, supposed to have been implicated in the killing .of Mr. Boberts, has proved an alibi and wrs turned loose. He proved that just at the time of the killing he broke jail at West Point, Miss. Carrollton News. f Ed McElroy, a thoroughbred sport of the colored persuasion from Meridian', was jailed Thursday evening by night watchman Half acre, according to in structions by telegram from the Sheriff of Lauderdale county. The Sheriff came up and secured his prisoner, who is charged with drawing a pistol on a brakesman. Will be Disfranchised. We call attention of tbe voters of Nox ubee county that all who have not paid their taxes by Feb. 1st will be disfran chised. Card of Thanks. ' . We take this method of thanking all those who participated in the musicale for the benefit of the Lyceum and assure each and every one that the substantial assistance is fully appreciated by the company. . Respectfully, ." '. Geo. B. Clement, Pres't J. C.H.Jones, Sec. andTreas. ' COBhuqualak M8.Jan. 21, '96?i ' - Editor of the Bbacoh I have moved my school from College back to this place. , The electric car failed to give the transportation they promised, and such as I needed. I brought . every boarder I had with me except a young lady from south Miss. whose father did not want her to go farther from home . In addition to this I brought seven young ladies from the city. Who didn't waut to change to an other college. I brought my faculty, exceot one teacher, and I continue the faculty here except one teacher. This adds forty seven to this school, giving us about 1:30 students. It also gives one of the ablest faculties in the State. ' My music director and art teacher are the very best in the profession. I have specialists in every chair. " The citizens here gave me and my school a cordial and enthusiastic wel come. I hope to receive even more sup port from the county at large than I re ceived when here before, Yours truly, L. M. StonB. - Notice Tax Payers. I am required to advertise all lands, the taxes on which remain unpaid . "You will please oome forward and pay your taxes at once and save expense. Chas. Hardin, 'Jan. 9 'OtT i Sheriff. Last Reeelpt. - . All parties are warned 'not to trade or negotiate for cotton receipt issued by the Macon Compress and Warehouse Co., No. 8'(i7, an the origiial has been lost and a duplicate will be applied for, Jan. 8-8t -J. .mam i inm hhiiicwwi OPEItA HOUSE . , . TO MGIiT nig Show of the World IVKBYTHIHO NXW THIS SEA80H, . BARLOW , ROa.' ... MAGNIFICENT INSTriELS. ( Kelipilng all Others In all Thlnni. . A Twontlola Century Organization . Prosentine a Progrosn of KxcluV , Ive nna Positive Minstrel Will! Introduced by 13 of Americas Greatest - Buck- and Wins Dancers produced' by Harry Wurd. An Olio of hiirh-cluss stiecltutlea and the greatest singing company ever organized ..A new banker in town -' Mr. and Mrs. ff. W.-Jories a boy, born Jan. : ' : , ' 1 ' . "Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sanders in Btarksvijle, Jan 16th, a girl.' r. . Misses Annie and Lizzie Sp'auldlng, of Lebanon, Ky., are visiting Mrs.' G'. W. Hinton near Brooksville. Mr. 8; D. Urady has completed the Iron bridge over Cedar creek and every thing Is In working' order, except the upproacb to tue bridge ou tike oast side which needs building up several Inches and wj hope It will soon be done. .-, MaRbicd The many young friends 61 W, Kraok Brldgeri, son of Mr. Jno. W. Orldgeri, (brmally of Macon, will be glad to bear Wen tared" the matrimonial state oq the lfa iiitt. The partner of bis loy and sorrows was MIsb' Alice Hoffiuun. o Jlutt Citjj.'ila.i f. . -'. ' ' . V. RA BI.OAV BROS. raiNsi'Rei.s. " Tbl:populiir organization of black faced artlttsywlll he the attraction at the LVcctmr Hall to-nlglit, beaded by the next President ol iniestrelsTi Harry Ward. That tbey have a good show; We do not need to say; their reputation (hsnrei it. The Barlow Brothers, managers, always looks bow to best please the public, long ago decided that buWone way was possible, and thnt was. not only to keep tbeir ntertn.lmuent abreast, but Id advance of other mlostrel sbows. Tbls rule has been rigidly adhered to, and the result has been its own justittca- lion. Kujoylng the conttdence of tbe pub Uoi.tbey bn.Ve'uo fear in engaging the blgb est priced talent, because they know that alt sucb luvestraeuu are always repaid, by the tncrroMsd patronage accorded.' Tbeir tour this eason bus been one coiitluUQU ovation.' i .- . ' '.. ;i "- Schubert's Sy'nphony Club, one of the finest musical organizations in the coun try will delight a Macon audience at the Lyoeum Hall Feb. 11th. A first-class entertainment of the kind deserves the patronage of all music-loving people and it is tojbe hoped the management will receive ' such encouragement that they will have no trouble in bringing enter-- tainments of like character to our town.' ICstray Notice. From the Geo. Auguetus place, Thurs day night, Jan. 13, S miles north of Macon, one BAY MARE, is . slightly crippled In left hind foot. Any infor mation of her will be thankfully re ceived.- it.. ... Geo. Abram. , jon2S-3t - Macon, Miss,;. - Stray Ntock. bn,the 38fh of Dec. 1899. I took up one medium sized bay mule about- o years old,, and on small dark brown Hmare. mala a on left side, about-7 years flold. '' ThejoWnef can gotthtem fly appfer j . T nr t r . . . . . lag iiu uiosu u.' vv. nrruu b xariu. ; V JEFF HiDWARM.. lj,,v Deerbrook;'Miss. strayed ar Stolen $10 Reward. One bay horse mules, about ten years old. Also one dark bay mare mule, S years old. Any information leading to their recovery will be rewarded as. above. M. J. Rein AC 'h Jan 2. . ' ' Cliftonville, Miss? : Seed Oats for Sale. I have a supply of Texas Bust Proof Oats, also a cargo of choice White Corn. Place your orders early. dec28 D. B. Scarborough. v Boards for Sale.' 'A lot of nice 24 inch oak boards for sale. decl9 L W GRIGGS - To Cure a Gold In One y Tnko Laxative Bromo Oululne Tablet". All Dm crista refund the money if it lulls to Cure. 25c. For side by T. 3. Murnliey. ., Catarrh Cured. Health ami sweet breath socuredbvs Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price So cents. Nueal'injector free. Al T. 8 Miirphcy's. Just Received at Holberg's Hardware Store. , Black. Land Plows.' '' ". ' Raisin Seeders. Hardware Toys . . Enterprise Meat Chopper Fine Table Knives and Carving Sets - Plated Knives, Forks and Spoons ' Coal Vases . ., Superior Cook Stoves. - OlBfOZlXea.. Tat ht- Malls vnrjis 1S Qommlasloner'a BalaC. Th 8ute of Mississippi, Noxubee County. H. U. 1'srKor, Adm r Estate Mrs. A. L. Warren, JJb. 1032 vs. . , Oeorge M. Stewart and Jennie B. Stewart. In Chancery. In pursuance or tin si decree rendered in tbe shove stilted eauso nt the October Term, A I)., 1898, of tbe Court alorcsnld. dated October 21)lb, IKMt. tbe uuderttlgned cemmissloner In emd csuse appointed, will, on Monday, the lit day of March, 1897, v In front ol the west door ol tbe Court House' In tbt town of Maoon In snid county. 'with Id legul hours, proceed to sell at public nut. cry to tbe blfbest and best bidder, tbe fol lowing described real estate, lying and being situate in tald county and sliile to wn i The east half ol the northeast otiurter of section 10. and the eaU half ol" the noitht east quarter and tbe east half of northwest quarter ol section SO. and tbe northeast q larter ol northeast qtiirtcr. loss six acres oil' southwest corner, and west three-fourths of the north half ol Mention 21, all lu town ship 1(1, range ID. , .,r iB, range lt. , .,r ms of salo cash. ''''.'. ' I i title to the above-described property f leveil to be good, but 1 shall i-onvpy- Terms The U l.nlUva.l only such title as vosts in me by vlrtuo ol said flna decree. , ., . T. DOKItOH,. Jnu 10, 1807, Commissioner. . PLBA8B1 REMEMBER . THE ' . THOMAS LAND CO.. TJEAL8 0WLY IH NOXUSEE COUNTY LANDS bringing their men right here and to aa other point In thsSoutn, with two partners I'- lng right nong the buyers. Valuablo Town Property for Rent. Off os la Buck's Cottage ext corn, r eaut f lyccnm. T' lephon 21. iHi!-l MBiMayiiieiiwtawi,u4aMiiwiiL'a Awn.-JeJ H,i'3St HonorsJ-World'a Fair, CUEMT. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grpe Cresm of Tartar Powder.' Pros from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, ' 40 YEARS THB STANDARD. Died At the residence of Mr. J. G. Cook, in. this city, on 'Friday the 15th", Mr. ' r J. C". 'Jones; 'after "about tffri days'illhesB., - -" Mr. Jones was formerly of Memphis, and about four months ago married Miss Armstrong of that city. '. Be has been engagen in the cotton business here for several months past, and has made many friends in our city-, who deeply sympa thize with his young wife and his rela tives In their bereavement. West Point Leader. : ' ' . . Notice to Cooa Ilontnra. . ' My bind in posted and I will paosecvite anytime Irospasslng on nn . i n 1.4 ........ irrr - ir iu. . jan 9-tf : W.'W. PfeTZRioii, - Plymoatb Hocks for Bale," . I have a number of pure strain nens I will' dispose of . Call ear-ly, i..- A. Klaus. -. ' ' ' .- Strayed ov atalen. From Memphis,' Ala. , 'about the 6th of December, one strawberry roan mare pony,, spare made,-' with keen legs, about 13 bands high; flax mane and tail, about four years -old, white feet, with slightly stocking legs; white spot in forehead as round as a dollar,' in good -order, quick movements.' -1 will give' $5 reward for her recovery". . Joe Colkman, Jan 2. .. Memphis, Ala. ' Cows for Sale. : . ; J haves evereal good cows to exchange for hiniber or something equally valua .tie. " , ; : Mrs. M. B. Tate.."? Jan..8-3t ' - '..... . ' . Strayed . : From the Claude Blewett place in north Noxubee, one roan mare, flax maiie and tail, gray eyes, about nine years old. AIko one black horse, large and thin, about 9 years old. ' Informa tion" Of them thankfully received and liberally rewarded. jan3-3t Edmund Shinn, ' ' . Fair Warulng. - c All partios are warned under the pen alty of the law not to hunt or otherwise trespass on my lands on the Macon and Fairfield road and on Plum creek, decl9-8t ... JA3BEYSON, Brick and Lime.. . . . I have for sale a kiln of brick and carvload of lime. decg T. P. CRVMES- CASTORIA '4 it: . 3 ' 1 -il inr iiuuih sua vnuaren. K-iiaUs. It m OWtT Hnpes, IStl at Poland China ; : Pigs for Sale Three litters of standard bred pigs of different strains. No kin. Male ready for service. Pedigrees guaran teed. 'Also hay, corn, oats and pork hogs. Apply to or address . C. M. orM. M. Hunter, ' ', . 1 Macon, Miss Money to Loan. V have made arrangements with brokers In New Ysrk City through whom I am able to place loiins secured by a fiivt mortgngo oil Improved, farms for -five years time, payable 111 'Instalment, at the rate of IO per cent, interest per annum. The charge for abstract and inspection is small and at tbe expense o. the borrower. II you want cheap money, come In at once, as the supply is limited. novT-ly J. H. Oinsmoru, WANTED SEVERAL FAITHFUL men to travel for responsible estali lisheil house in Mississippi. Salary S780, ayable 15 weeklyand expenses. Position Sermanents Kelerouee, . Eur.iose telf-ad-reseed stumped enlveop. Tbe National, Star Building. Chicago. ecplo-Om f A VTk"V To enlarge e'ir trade wo J Ai 13 X will send a limit of sumplo boxes of ll Kln'e and Fancy Candles, and samples ofall Creara.Chocolate and- Fruit Cannies. we carry to auy address on re- Mlnt of one dollar, (two centstamps taken) an J'ckiircss churges prepaid' " These Can. dies are sold trrnn 20e te-l.00 a pouud. Iu ordering state name of -Express Co., and Elesse show Candle to friends and ueigh ors. Address ' 'l THE CKESCENf CANDY CO.. B05CarondclcVt, fi'V .QrliHins., La aHsawaaaiBss t.i4i-iji&mm road to prosperity is paved not with good intentions, but i with good clothes. Neatness in attire means Success in business. Don't be satisfied with garments made for anybody and every body but have yours made to fit you by experienced KAC0N, Miff. A C 0 M .11 L. KLE IN & We handle a flns Una of . . AT THE LOWEST PRICES." Call and Bee. Am saii-flod we can suit you In prices and in goods. Next door to tho poBtofBoa. , : ' : t-. i ..' n 1 NEW SOUTH NURSERIES. .. . : ' le aje offering firat-cl ass riiirsery stock '" ' ". ; ..'-' . . at. hard time prices. - PEACHiind APPLE TREES at 10c EACIl "4 ;;! T'.r8.00 PER; HUNDRED. ' ; . Xtther ste,'includjiigPears, Plmrs "MulWrnes, (uinces .Qrapca, StrKivbersies, Etc., as catalogue. '7? "'.sij-.' . sepi26'Sin ..'..." --..' -'. . ST Aa SHOWING COXDITIOM 09 THB 1 and erchants i MACON, MISS:, JUNE 20, I 8q6. ' .lSiblltbed by dlrbctidii or eh'afttor 14 A niiotated Code or 1M RKSOURCK3: " MAliiUTIES: Loan and dlscounu 1 132,0:15 10. Overdratts (secured) , 89.808 29 - 090 85 G0.277 S l.KSO do 87.809 17 Overdrafts (unsecured) Stock and llonds .......... Pniniture and Kixtnres Due from bunks and cash ou baud.......... ,, 178.089 85 . . S27S.539 85 I, E. W. JONES, Jr., Cashier ol Merchants and Farmers Bnnk, Macon, MissiRnipp do hereby certify that the lorcgolng is a true, full and exact stiitement of the assets ao liabilities ofsuldBonli on tho day aud date named therein, as shown by the hook . . - R. W. JOSES, Jr., Cashier. Sworn to aad subscribed before me. a Notary Public, In and tor the countv of No ubee. State of Mississippi, this tbe 20th day of June, 1890. - ' , . W. P. MINOR, Circuit Clerk. Examined and found correct, ;this 20tb day of June, 1396. W-D. HOLUElt. Auilltor. Call arid examine j. P. SH ELTON' FALL and WINTER STOCK OF mm mm Everything in stock to suit the , most -ii ' .i fastidious tastd. 1 r UNDERTAKING SUPPLIES OF ALL K INDS Phone at Store No. 15. J.C.FAHT '.': - J. O. FASER FANT &FASER, Wholesale AND . FIRE IK8UBANCB AGENTS. MacenrIHiss Your patronage respectfully solicited. Express Office. 'Phone ti. RIVES & TYSON.. Attorneys -at-Law, 1IIAOON. lll8. V UHIILHC Insurance AQents, - Inonrea! Against fire l-d Torjiatfo O til cos jierOrlgg's old luruitttre store and at Hauenitelji'a vorner". J'; ,DR.B.3LMUllPHEy Physician and Surgeon. - . ... tS "M., , i- ' ' Nauia, Him. Office In ij(ll)erst.lnill1ltifc', next " to jil'rphp)'Vli;iiirHtore.."'''' fuiiV 16 17 V. U'STEWAET, i 'Attorneyat Law ' , ' j ,::ml : , , ' ' ' . ' bounty Adrninistra tor, i ).'..;...'. ITIAfOIt, HI. . T. W. BRAMB. . t Attorney-at-Law HtJtCi H, lTilNf.. ' . lAnnrle A THOUSAND PATTERNS the J UUUUd Latest and Hsst-all graass. Cf ula . ter Osrment correctly triads , . OtylU . la the prenilln) kuhiee. ' rif Cul (rem cnretutlv taken mens-. , Tib aremenU.sMdeleiltoyourterni. , Ctnjch Mldh-Oraile Trlramlnos, skilled ' 1 llllttiil werHmea, aiicniien io aeiaus. )nct Hardlr more thnn"rearlrmse'e', OUdu but InMntlel; better tvsij a. ' KoLopc The Laresst Cuitom Tnllorlng ntilKuro Establishment In the World. ' IU Royal C4!!or$, CWcago. E. V VvAty. p. I ,' .t, MniHIAltfU'ii'M''llhl'l,', ilttV. U. i-. 1. st. u ft. i'rtnIi IBGAIN'MU I I N Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes, , Gents' . Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc. ; . lovv'asthe. owest Write tot ,'., v. Mftooii,-' Miss.- EMEN T Farmers Ian OF - Capital paid iu ... 60,000 00 . 80,000 M 7.111 20 184.050 60 (van no Surplus account. ........ Undivided pi olits....... 'Due Depositors Due otfaer Bank Divldeuds uncalled for. . Ccrti Hod checks t,--ir rv j 130 00 11 47 IJ 'Vi ""'. ' At'Rosidenee. No. 7. '.i f ' - Down In Georgia, on-er fifty years - ago, tiiarvcroua medicine waa discovered. .It was what , 1 . '.. Is Slew inom IrV P.iP.j iiJffipnat'Jietkeify mnid its ante and reputation hae been i growing with the years.', , ' ."tt; t pAg'M.i'M&.'i,.ei:-'r!--- ' ' -t, -r '.' '' " y -' , I'or Rbeumatlsm. l'Tod PclsonluV. Pain lo. the Bide, wrfoto, shoulders, back and joints, tT3repsla,,Ma!!tria, Scrofula,. and oil t'ood hadf.tin tilsenses, it has never been equalled. ., - Pain in ubjigated, Health ReueweJ, Ajjjielita restored ud sleepless nights banished by o Its wondurful influence. '..'; ' ' ' . . P. P. P. is a wonderful tonic aiA strengUeuer. , . Weak womett, should always take P. P. P. It builds them up. It has the umyrrsal cowaiendation of tuedical uien Uiroughout ' the country, -because we publish the frjrrriula oh every bottle, aud ouo trial will conviac tb most skeptical that it la a gefauiue heait'a restorer. ',''' '.:"' "'' ' Read The Truth And Be Convificed. ' ly .... r A Wonderful Cttre), ' ; ; I I was a martyr l mtiscilsr rheuaistfna for thirty years; tried all Wclldnr-s t'.xd dtv-lorii with ua per. manint xlc(. 1 whs n1vfic io tat': r. r. r.. and btioie I frml nnkltcd twu tr..tl?-s tzj ffelu siiiuiottvl so I wcssl.le r w It. ! l btttt tiuti I lnv to years, and aa cotif.1et of s f,7i:t.i.e rerovry. - f. ft. UUrKISS, Ncwus-.iv.ll;. Fta. "Tetatlmony from th Hayor. t suffered llti Khrnnialiim for fln-iu ytare, falsi alt Hie w colled srcciAci, t'Ut t-j iu jMirpo-t. My CranJsoa go ass a Wtl of I'. P. If , onJ 1 l.i- a W. It. Wlt.DKR, Wnj r of Albany. Prom Two VrVoll-known PrtyBiolona. We ate h,vln a tl sl for ynur T. V. r., iiiid rereaciib it Ins iMnuuram, and Sud it su cx- The above letters are token from many received by tts. P. P. P., Lippman's Ctxal Remedy,) is a medicine whose virtues aro kumvtt from ths Atlantic to tho Pacific. P. P. P. begins its Vork by purifying (ho Mood, -which ia tho source of all life, and rtooa tsot cwse nrttil perfect nd entire) enrft is effectad.' ' Th mortifying rviotia that disflgure the cotnplejtion, the tired fec!in that pre vents thorough cwntTiiiiihmrtnt of the daily tiwk. slecplosa niRbts, losa of appetite, irritability, of disposition, U mean a dcrnnpcDt'ont of the ays-teia couscqueut from impure blood, which can sod will be cured by i; P. P. J,T, P, (JLiffimtH' s Gnvl ftemcv;, ), is concid by physicians and .the people to be tbe' Greatest SUocJ PutJfiuf cf the Axe. It ;itUlv!y end pernjauently cores, for sale by all druujits or dirci:t from v.s j pric? ft si bottle, six bottles forfs. The 'Right ' Pia( ' . t 'buyijopd is Where you can' get " -tlio best gnoJrt for the least money ' .' nnui.t: j'wu i;uu j;--l iuu uigiii ei, price for your cotton and wliorw . " , . you will bo treated honestly, kindly -. and courteously. -..'. You Will Fin4 ; - "that our stock of. Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Notion,,,, Etc., is us cheap and as good as " , . ' those who boastfully advertise that , ' . ...... they have no competition;. Our '' ' ;' - stock of Family Groceries is com' . : "- vantage to call on V : : ; J. if n w If w if U w If TT Want f& Knovy Soiuotbiti ant Jio, Something Want A Buy Somethinsr ft ; ; HENRY DILLARD; liosi of GSironic AiTiictiGo, Symptoms of Dreaded Diseases Which Destroy the Peace of Kind and u.-.i... . ti.. 4. r.... SSntl. . The ffreat nuinbcr of tnen-youn(r men; mluUUe-aeeil meo and men of matiirer Jear afflicted with chronic nilinents of a ui'ore or less serious nature l little short of appall I iii;. The Nlilinld Medical Institute have been gathering statistics along, this line "lid the result Is ularniiug. - " The ghost ofchromc allectlon bovcr about the haunts of two-thirds of the mek you meet on the strecta nr in business. It U the dreaded nt$;htiuare ol llious.mle. When they would make merry aud lie joyous it points its bony fli.gcrs and say, "Stop be Sad!" It turn light into ilarbnees. It lowers a cloud of gloom and dsfpniulrncy o?er its victims. It maket. lire ilistustelnl. It destroys the peace ol' mind and blights eyerv hopo ol the future. It says lu the young, unmarried man,."Heware of luatrimouy, lor vour offspring would only peipetuate your affection." It is to this class nt chronic sufferers that the Nichols Medical Institute addresses this stroigjtforwnrd business proposition. VATTItfl'l IfrV lryotl are troubled with nervous deqllity, stnpidnesa. or are X U LI 11 Dt 111. Ciil otlienvite unlitted for business or study, caused from yoRtli fill errors or excesses, you should consult this specialist at once, Don't delay until too late. Middle-Ago and Old Mankind VX'JXX backs and kidneys' ami other iinmisinkuble signs ol nervous debility. Many dle'ot thl dllticulty. igsioront of tire cause.' The most obstinsto cases of this character treated with unfailing success.. ' - ill HJonnunu- of delicate nature lufliimmations and kindred trouble- quick -All AllSvuSt iS ly cured without pniu or iiicouvcnlence. I'lf ntl,ll" W8'u'i toisans the breath, stomach mil lungs and pays the way lr Vl litis. M. JS vonsuinpiion. also I nroui. l.iver, ncHri.. nnniiij, ij(.ri,siii, iiiiii i,urnr and all diseasos or the stomach and bowels treated ta.i-.iu advance ol any tiistitiiiion in tbo country ... ; . - ... HI I Diseases, Soros.. Spots. Pimples. Scrofula. Tumors. Tetter, Kczeiia ami AllOOU .Ulood I'ofsou h roughly eradicated, leaviug tbe systeiU In a klnjng, puro and healthful state, ........ . 4 ., - Wnrramri and ill SKIN DISEASES cured .. . . . . .. . ".: JlilAClilu without detention from buainoss T. -w!5 no If voulire snireriiig fram persistent Hcadschc, Painful Mi'iiMrwation. JJilUlCt : Uterine Displacements. Pains in haeU, and feel s if it were impossible tor von to endure your troubles and still be obliged to attend your household and odal obligations. There are many women doing this do-duy. ' However, a great many have tnkei, tisittmairt ef t.lii..iiLlisi, ami he can refer you to those who have hcvn ciirei hf . J - I1 i.a all Ik. .nl.nll..n.ni.l.l In tl.. ...AVl.l B.iri W iil cure you if you trust ydurseif to his care. Wrltesnd tell, tis about your.afflictfons. . Don't Iie'afraiJ tq state your, case fully Do ll you eantolielp'us, and we "will help ydtl. Be honest.- It yon are sick and wan t,o be iiermanently etired we are ready to help vou. Dou't! keep niiytbin hack. AJ eoiuniunlcntlons are saerediy jeonflder.tial. No medicines are sent O.O. p. nnles specially ortered that way. "Address all letters to T-r n vns- A r- nir-wi -trv rr 209 STATE ultat!on and Advice Free. Superior To All $arsa cedent iW.ua- r'c bandlc abotit (me dozen bottles a wcU. . ' bis, j: M. M. T. aiCIIAHUSON, FieOnionI, 8. c Hot "piinss A tmttt of r. r. f: ti.-is tbrcn tin.i.t:.s' tronlrr-.dit nt J.Uii:a li. NKHI'ON, Plr.ipiwy, Soroa and Eruptlono Cured. ' I lst crcjt planar lu-tfifrtrs to the eflicicut rj-.'iill'.'.irs vt lilt pv! ula" ineiiiriilt fur skill ducuM.S kiH.wd a P. 1". I st-'frrcd tor siwrrat yois with an v.ii;!ii;ly aid di:.;;rccalale oruiili-.n on rny face. Afi(.r i-rk,etr it.rcu Uiitk- iu ueeorETuucs wltii dlroo tiou, ( sia ca'.irciy cured. . Capt. J. D. JClttNftTON, ' Saranaah, O. of Johnston qo.. vv Ui.V.... 'M. . . . " ' ; G, Wilkerson. Pnit nil Wist t tr i t . ' a -sr - HTfimTniTi nrtir-i STREET, CHICAGO. i it : Surpnoeed. ' done m mere good tbaa she Hut M'r.otts, Arte. Abcmecfl, llrowa Co., O. . "l (' "'. '' '."'