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IB li"V3LT, Tann. 0. T. AEMI3TEAD. Editor & Prop'r- TH JK-Sl) VY. M VY,2 1832. Call For a State Demooratic Oonveatien- Nashville, Tenn., April IS, 1882. Iti obedience to the instruction of oiu respective committees we hereby call a convention of the Democratic parly, to assemble in tbe ball of the House I if reprise iteti TIT, in the city of Kuril ville. on Tue-idav. the 'Jth dav rrf 7 ' r Jtintj, IMS. at 12 m., f )i the purpose of nominating a candidate for Gov ernor fttnl the transaction of such oth er business as may properly coiue be fore it. We have no power to direct the act on of the Democracy in the selection of their delegates, hot, in view of antecedents resulting in thb joint call, it may not le improper in us to express the hope that the Denio cr.if:i in the Various counties, in their primary meetings, will t:tke etuh steps and precautions in selecting del egates as will secure Democratic unity and harmony. - Jno. W. Children. ( hin'n Deia. State Ex Con. Geo. W. Durdcu, Secretary. D. F. Wallace, Chm'ti Low Tax 1 km. State Ex. Cm. W. L Bransford, Secretary. r171io on veulion. The united Democracy of Harde man County assembled in convention a1 the Court H mso in B divur, May 20th, 1882 at 12 o'clock noon, in pur suance of the call ol the two executive committees of said county. The convention was called to order by C. A. Miller Chairman ol one of the Executive Committees and on motion of C. A. Miller, J. A. Kimbrough was r lected temporary chairman and on otion of A. i . Mi Neal, A. J. Cats was elected temporary Secretary ana on motion of A. M. Lambeth Jr the temporary organization was made permanent. Ami on motion of A. M. Lambeth dr the following resolution after debate vafc adopted to wit: i'hat the delegates. tVom the different civil districts shall meet at once upon the adoption of this resolution and select onccommitteeiuaa lioin tisei respective, districts and report the same to this convention, and when the said com mitteemen from the different districts have beeu appointed and confirmed by the convention, they shall retire and appoint the delegates to the Ga -bernatorial Convention and report the names of the same to this convention for confirmation, provided they shall not select less than 10 nor more than 20. And upon motion of (Jen. J. J. Dupuy the fallowing resolution was offered, that the delegates who do at tend shall cast the vote of the county but do proxy shad be allowed Whereupon A. J Coates offered the following resolution in lieu of the one offered by Gen. J. J. Dupuy: That no proxy shall be recognized in the Hardeman Delegation unless given to .some delegate nominated and selec ted by this convention. Whereupon Gen Dupuy withdrew his resolution in favor of the one offered by Mr. Coates, and whereupon Jesse Nor invnt moved tu table the resolution offered by Mr. Coates, which motion was lost and the resolution adopted: A. M. Lambeth Jr moved a recess of 5 minutes m order that the districts might select their committeemen and on the reassembling of the convention the following gentlemen were repor ted as selected as committeemen. District No 2 3 Geo. Owens, J. A. Mathews, Wm. M. Johnson, W. A. Carutliers. A. T McNeal, A H.Rose, n 7 S 9 11 12 13 14 18 Jt S J- M. Webb, t 9 Ii. W. Smith. . A MflionaW, Tboa Hurt, K. N. Mitchell. Wm. "Wiggins, W. D.Haokina. Nos 1 10 li) 16 1 7 and 19 were not rcj . refuted. Ou motion of A . M. Lambeth Jr that this cminiit. ee ftortithate the del egate to t .o state convention and thul the convention take a recess ofoiniu utes, carried, aud upon the reassembling of the c n e uion tne following mimed gentleme i were nominated us a elec ted delegates to the state convent ion . J. A. Mansmi. C. A. Miller, Wm M. Johnson, S. Tl. Clinton, J. Fe.n ressJr, . W. A miisteud, Austin Miller, R. W. Smith, D A. Ferguson i J. II Iieav, M. Caraway, Dr. Win. Th mpson, A. ML lnniWetli Jr, A.J. CJoatas, Jte Nirment, Frank Wll liarr, A. T. McNeal, Tl;o. Sba, dtw. Owent, A. P. Wad.iell. F.Fea 1 "W a a v tress, . n. Aaqersoi, J. A. ivim- Kruiicrli it tl 'i h n,..f'. 1. A rV .7 , , . . . : 'I McNmu the fo.loujuy resolutions af ter debate were adopted towit:Kt4olveri . 0,1 1. . t, , . i s ailonted towit: libdu veil hy the Dsiuocr.itb ot U.ii Jemau Co., in Convention aaae inbied. J T!i it tlu thief tuul irimnry duty li.full oitizenrj of Temtecwee interetel in her wi Unre and t;ood Government ! js (he aeeuriaa 1 1e unilv of the denio frajj? ujMrt yiwi tbe mtfiXMtim of the state to democratic control and to this end all democrats should labor by mutual cottcesai' n and enfgtic co operation. 2 Tliat the question of the state lebt, which has caused the unfortunate divisions in said party mod has so long , liturnel tlie state, should be finally and justly disposed of and in order that its disposition may he final and satis factory it must necessarily be determi ned by the notion of the democratic party el the state, which represents its material and domestic interests and not by the Republican party which is now and has been for 20 years under dic tation and control from beyond the limits of the state and is in no sense representative ot either the into.rrsts or feelings nl its people. o That s .ould the democratic pnrtv in convention at Nashville on 20th June next fail in attaining such prac- j ( w of Hardemau County Tenne tical unanimity upon the matter lf fo )iiMa a, the ( omt iHUIse in the Btate debt as will insure its final i i i;. c... M l,. ; Ti and satisfactory disposition, then said convention should declare for and support a constitutional con veu- tion for the settlement of the same ana remit tne saut mauer lo saiu convention. And uroa motion of A. M. Lambeth Jr the f llowim, resolution after debate was adopted, That we are oppostd to t!;e bill now pending before the leg islature to settle the state's indebted ness and we condemn the same, therefore we will use all legitimate means to defeat the same. And upon motion of A. T. McNeal the following resolution was adapted, That the chairman of this convention to rerpioted to appoint an executive committee of seven, four of whom shall constitute a quorum to represent tho demoeralic party in Hardeman County for the eusuing two years, un less replaced by a convention of said party before end of said term. A ud upon motion of C. A. Miller the convention extended a v te of thanks to Chairman and Secretary for the impartial manner in which they conducted (he convention and upon motion the convention adjourned, A. J. Coates, Sect. J. A. Kimbrough, Chairman. A G eneral Bankrupt 3 ill Washington telegrams announce that Messrs- Manning and Humphreys of the House Committee on the Ju diciary, have, after two months labor reported the dratt of a bankrupt bill. This exempts formers from involun tary bankruptcy tor non payment of their paper when diie. Under this provision bankers, brokers, traders and merchants are liable to involun tary bankruptcy in case they fail to pay their debts. It requires a bond to ne executed by the creditor before he asks for a writ of sequestration to cover all punitive as well as positive damages in case he proceeds improper ly or fails to make his debtor out a bankrupt. As already stated the remedy for damages in such a case lies in the court where the 1 a: ikrupt pro ceedings are fil-'d. Tlie third amend ment is in reference to the tribunals before which bankrupt suits are begun and the courts wherein assets are to le marshalled. A llsw York Zyndicato to Contract for Set tlement of tne Tennessee Debt at 6C.1-1-2. Athens, Tenn., May 17. Athens Post is authorized directly from New York to say that a syndicate has been formed to take up and discharge the State debt. This syndicate proposes to furnish every dollar to pay ali the indebtedness to the bondholders and wipe up the whole thing. The Condi, tions are that the Suite is to put it self on its mettle and ive in return its new clean bonds at i per coat interest, with thirty years to run. Arrange a proper sinking fund and payment of coupons provided for so that no default can occur. The State by this arrangement is lo have the benefit of the litigation BOW pending against the railroads, IT anything is gained thereby. In slnut, we arc an: t homed to say tlie syndicate will pay off the entire debt at 00 or lexs, as the State, may agree, in ::sh. and take the new bomb, as named, at par, and clean up the entire business. It Is proper to say the syndicate is no char itable institution. It pr poses to take the thing in hand lor the profit there mav be in it. It is a bona file pro position an ! means business." The Post adds; "In New York, we are advised by our corresponding who j occupies a high position in financial; affairs, nobody is losing auy sleep' about the debt settlement; on the con- trary, we nre assured it has taken I the form of a broad farce. It it un-j derstood that Engine Keliey and Pi ! r Gedd s have sold out- This) is directed from New Yo k, and may be relied up n as authorieed." FOUR MVFS BAVjB, Dr, Hull's Caaffl Syrup relieved four of niT childrt-n of a most a!arm- I ing attack of VfKKp3og Cough, froiu which their thronts and necks became ... . . so swollen as to prevent ui;m iii . . MwalioHing. iMotlinig woui.i iv. tlietn oven it aipcn.rv relief, until rhi$ Syi up was tried. Oi e bottle, in one night: saved their lived, I verily be liev. Geo. W. larhnrt, Cftptaiu oj. rolh?e, Balt;imre, If L 'JBSJDENT NOTICE. In the County Court of Hardeman County Tennessee. M. W. Guy Trustee of R. S. Har- i' v.hiiU L. lwens. ot-ii'ion to sen to pay debts vs Louisa Sadler and the heirs of A. A. Sadler deed. No 1212 R. D. In this cause it appearing from the petition which is sworn to that the defendant Jack W. Sadler is a pon resident of the State of Tennessee, and a resident of the .State of Akan sas. It i8 ordered that publication be made four successive weeks in the iioli var Bulletin a newspaper publish ed in Bolivar Tennessee, requiring said non resident defendant to enter his appearance herein, by or within the first three dava of the County l ' 1 1 o I nil HTC HlOt 1'iwium ui 'J u i j answerer" demur to j tlie ?ctiti(m itl thJs (.alise , r tiie SUIne I v,,, taken f;,r f.(mf, e as tf) him Lj set ,r ilearill This 19th, May 1882. W. C Dorion C & M V. Fentress Sol'r for petitioners. Dr. I. 8. JOHNSON'S MBDI6AL DISPENSARY, No. MS'i f&1Mks S' mo a street, Betwkhn Main Axd Fuost StskET ES TA B L I SUED IAr IS GO. Dr: Johu'wn i :.ckniwledgcel by all purties intcretexl tia by fa the moxt MWOM tul jihyHician in the irfHtmetit of private :unl setret dist-nst-K. Quick, thorough and ! t- .i. .i ;i' curea guara" tcel ia ev ry case, male or female, lieiftit caea of (innnr rhojii mid hypliilis cured in a few da vswith viit mercury, change of diet, or hindrance from bun'mene. Seconfhirj- Syphilis, tho last veHtagt; eradicated without the use of men iny. Involuntary 1m5s of sem jn stop ped in a short tima, SuiTtavj's from impu tenev or loss of sexual powers ri stored to (re vigor mi A few wteks. Victims of self Liliuse and cxi:easivii veuery, sufl-ring fnin Sperm atorlia-a and loss of physical and i.K-ntal poww, KjeJily and permanenliv cured Partienlai attention paid to the diseases of women, rtnjJ curt-s p'jarantccd. Throat aitd lui di-eai x ctred I y :iev, l eini dies. Piled and old sores cured without the use of caustic or tlie knife. All consultation strictly Confidential. .Meiiii ;ii- sc. it by express to all parts of lire Mimi'i'v. Dtiice hours from 8 a.m. to'tp. in. U. S JoHiss.iN, M. I)., lUHaJshwt, Ter.n. WHENCE COMES THE UNBOUNDED POPULARITY OF Allcock's Porous Plas ters? Bpcniisc tley have proved tlicmselyes the Besl Extttrnnl licinedv ever in vented. Tbey will cure festhtna, colds, conolis, rlietiiimtism, neiinil gia, and any loe d paiMS. Applied to the smaH of the back they me. infallible in Back Ache NcB'Vuttfl Debility, and all Kidney troubles ; to the pit of the stomach tliey are a sure cure fur Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. ALIAOCK'S POHOUS PtAS TKliS are painles?, fi;t:rrant. and quick to cure. Beware uf imitations that Mif er and burn. (let ALL- COCK'S, the Plaster. March 2 6m, only Genuine Porous Gba-motmttdn a: 1 i' .r the relic! consumptive persons in advanced starrf-s of the Disea x. j'Y; Sale by a!! D-hts. Trico, 2"S isSttfi Feb ti e- 0 PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM. This e'.'gant dressing U preferred by those Y.-huhavc used it, to any similar article, on ac count cf its superior cleanliness and purity. It contains materials or.ly that are beneficial to the scalp and hair and always Restsres the Youthte! Color to Crey or Faded Kalr P.irVer s Hair Balsam is finely perfumed snd is wirraated to prevent fallin!' cT the l..-.ir inj to re- raore dindrufT ind kcliinp. Hrscox St Co , N. Y. oJ i if, st 4Mri Is srari ud mMlirliMs. PARKCR'S GINGERTONiC A Supef.?tivs Health and Strength Restorer. If you axe a mechanic or ferTiw, worn out with cwerwnrk. cr a molVr run down by family or house liolj di lies try Pakksk's GrxGBic Tokic. IT you re a lawyer, minister or business naa ex h Edotss by men ta! strain ot ar.jiic sa cares, Uo not take in;oxioatmestiniii'4uits,butuse l'atksr's Ginger Tonic If vou have Cbnsur.pti'-n, Eyspspsia, Kheuaia liin, Kiune- Cocttptxinis, or any disorder of the lungs, stomach. lx)wls, blood or nerves, Pakkis's Ginger Tonic rill cure you. 1 1 is tac Greatest Blood Purifier And the Bast sad Surest Cough Cttra Cvsr Osed. P you are wasting sway from age, dissipation or any dLsense cr weakness aid require a stimulant take Gimo.h 'I osic at ence : it vt-Dl invigorate and build vou up fn.m tlie first dose but will never intoxicate. It has saved hundreds of lives ; it may suve touts. C.KVT.OS '-SchMaaa 11 in rarkw-'iStsew Tenie It Wfw ol lb. U,t ftmuA. s-mi ia thi Ill, mil asalwilj hYrt.t lima prrpwi!u of (rlocT mime. Sad for circular to IlUco A C., N. Y. SOc. SI umn, at dnltn la 4nj. CUKAT SAVING BUVrNG rXUXAK SCt its rtea -rd lasunc tiagaacs has saade this de.ibttul perrumsexceetiii.gly p-ptilar. There Is sothiug lite it. isaaa arU having Flob tom Cos rwaia assd ' ook for sagnatare of Ills, mt munawt or L,l.-r h- alyra. 5 -vb I .5 i rat tn LAK'JH SaVTxn rTTTtr c. mt. Wala-.. flaw. yhaatiajtfig. W imrhinnr.1"'' . tn -.ti..n r"l.la. a-.; .J.-H.l f : J. " - r - i rJ-wittWII'MjT.it. . Valaabl.r IUII n For 'the Cure of Couphs, ColdsT jj Uoaxseaess, Croup, Asthma, liron-1 ! aMaVsass ' BMrTBsrrT 1 BssffJsflBW 4k M 52 tutts PILLS INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN. AND THE AFFLIGTEO EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST MEDICAL TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. SYMPTOMS OF A TOPPED LIVER. Jjcms af appetite, Nausea. bowels coat.va, Fals tbeHedwith a dull sensation in the"bck partTFain under the ahoulderj blid, fllnesjsfter ciUing. with disin ciihntion to eiertibn of body or inind, Trn fetbil t v cf temper, Lo w pi nts. Low of memorywl a feehngof hjronjafc lo: ted some "dut , Voarineas. piInesa, S lutterin oitho JTeart, Dots before the eyes. ITowBlslnTBeaaacho, BestleBn "neis at night, highly colored Urine. IF THESE W AKKrSTG8 AES UNHEEDED, SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON Bt DEVELOPED. TUTTS FILLS arts specially adapted to su;-h ratn.onr dose eflet such arhange of feetinc as U astoidsh the sufferer. They InrivMr the Appetite, nd muw the bwiv'tu Take on Plrsh. thns the vstejs h it .. aa-1 bv ihelrXsmteAciioiivn lha l.ll.clr r?.. Kearjilr Nol d.i"l erioe -an cents. 3 nurra) St., R.i. TUTT'S HAIR DYE. t.HA v Hair or W h isk krb changed to a 'iitRY Hi a etc by a stng-le application t( lh:s Urr. It imii t a nutural color, acta Instantaneously. Hold sylttaaspstSrel SSMt bj xfrra -n rnrit off!. Offlco, 35 Murray St., New York. r. Tt ITS ..BCAL mt Valaabl. urnnaarUa l Ik t'Mtul IllrtU will be maued 'MKa m kppUr.Uou.p STOMACH TTEBS Ameng the mediclnnl means of nrrcBfBg "iyease, Hoetetter's Stomach Bitters stands pre-eminent It checks the further progress of nil disorders of the stomneh, lit-er and towels, revives the vital stamina, prevents ami lti Msg it Im chills and fever, increases tlie activity or theliidneys. eouuteracts a tendency to rheu matism, and is a genuine stay and tolace to aged, taatra and nervous persons. ioc sale by all Tiiaippisti and Dealers generally. AHB SPERMATORRHEA. . A mlrr-Mo Discovery and Kw lcprtare in Med ical ticisnco, an ontireI iS'uw&oJ pontvely etfective ilemodyfor tut. npr(ly and pormaawut Qaa oi Btmi aul missIons and Xmpotency by the only ti"uo way, viz: Direct Application tot'.e principal Seat of the MoUag by Absorption, and xerti.n ItTBpocinolnfluencon the Seminal Vesiclea. Ejac tilatoi y lucta, rTOstata Gltuid, and U r otlira. Ins uso of tho RemeoW is attend Ad with no pain ar icoon vnlonce, and doca not Interiors with thu ordiaary pursuits of Itfaj iz is (iicklv disolved and Boon ab- i " :u, i "' u' .-..j: v ixjmoUlatesooUiincraad restor utive effect tijion tlie aaaaJ a"d aotvoua organiza tions rrfrcked from olf-abusa auu excesoij( atoppio toe drara from th ,Ttem, reFtor1nr tte mind to health and round n. ?. rcmoiug tht Dinnnccui oi Sight. Wai-votU Jcbiuty, Conrus-ion of Ideas, Aversion to tk:.:ety, etc., etc., and the appearanco of prematt.ro old aye usually accrnjt&Hyiiis this trouble, and ras.orin-r pcrft BfatttaJ Vipor, where i ha i " dormant furyeara. U . - mode of trvat-cit-nt ! i stood tho tegt in very cevcro cases, and Is uowapronr -:nood snccoss. T)ru?s aro too aiuch pro tcribod m tuc e troubfes, and, ns many can bar wit ness t-o.t.Ith b :t lii tiay any permaneaicrood. TUera is no NinoD about uh treptratiou. Pravtica! ob bet vation enaK les us to positively guarantee that it v ill ifivesattafi.(tioix. jjurina; th aU:ht years that it naa beec in eeneraltisaj wo have tbcusandaof teti moiiialsas to ita value, and it is now conceded by the Mtfiical Prt-fe sfon to be the most rational aieaas yet aiat-overed of ro-ichuia; and iv 0 tia Li "ery pravtuent trouble, thai, ia weii known to bothecau?oof untold vnisery to so m any, and ujion whom oacka prey with their uHtiJess liostrnios and bijr fees. The Itemrdy ib pirt DpTtn n:it boxtts, of thrco f-7e. No. 1, fenoitpb to last a month,) S3 ; Mo. 2, tsufheient to efTtvrt a per xminont sjaxaB. ocless in severe AaaeSaJ S6; No. 3. 'lasting orer tliree months, will bt emissions and reetoi-e vifcer in the w-rst rases.) 4V7. Bsnt bymatlt ueaie4ixi plaia wrappers. WvtK X.TH"c:cTION for ns: rii? wriil accompany EACH xiOX. it tu at: i ify A nttcrtieet? t llufitrtztiont OiwTTorJfWHOii; ,-H iciVl cotvitr R fiC ttiovf Pift9riffzl tfttit fifw fffii &r 3 rKo't ft jn't'j'ct-l i nHooif.4 Jit- ft t for tit ctrrftw of tifc, rwie U9 if f HARRIS REMEDY CO. KFO, CHEMISTS. Market and Cth t. ST. LOUIS. flO. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, For all the purposes of a Family Physio, and for cunne Costiveness, Jaundice. Indigestion, Foul Stomach, Breath, Headache, Erysipelas, Rheumatism, Juruptions and akin .Diseases, Bil iousness, Dropsy, Tumors, Worms, Neuralgia, as a Dinnep Pill, for Purifying the Bicod, Arc the most cA lective and conge nial purgative ever discovered. They are mild, but ef fectual in their operation, moving the bowels surely and T-ithout pain. Although rrentlc Li; in their operation, nicy r.re fiiii tne 1 mo; t thorough and mhine cnlhnr- tic mcdieine tluit t an lie employed : cleans ing the stomach and bovrch, And even the blood. In small doses cf one pill a day, they stimulate the diireitivc organs and promote vigorous health. Ayiik'o i'lr.i.s Jiavo t oen known for more than a quarter of a century, r.nd have obtained a wrorld-wida reputation for thoir virtties. 'Jlicy correit distacd action in the several assimilative organs of the body, and aro fo composed that obs-triic-tious within their range can rarely vvitli stand or evade tltcrn. Kot only do they cure the every-day complaints of every boly, but also formidable and dangerous diseases that hav? baffled the best of human skill. "While they produce power ful effects, they aro. at tho fume thne, the safest and best physic: for children. By their aperient action they gripe much less tluui the common purgatives, and nerer pive pain whan the bowels arc not inflamed, f liey reach the vital fountain; of the blood, sikI sircngthen the sysrein by freeing it from the elements of weakness. Adapted to all ages ai d conditions in al! climates, eontaioaig neidier calomel nor any deleterious drucr, these I'illH may Their be taken with satetv bv anykouv sugar-coating jMvserves tltcm ever f:eh, and makes them pleasant to take: while being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their use iu any quantify. iKErAnEi i;r Dr. J. C. AYER fit CO., Loweil, Mass., Practical ii i Anrvlical .h"i:,i.t. bou bv all tiBVUiiisrs i:vi:i:v vnuaoti Folly in Waltiug- dh ti; wait u n I i! y I j mi n re in I last lltOUtaM a LimeJTi me f Pnrker'jt Ginger Tonic. We UttTC known sickly fsttnilica m tde tlio awsfflL ea ! a 1 il p i p- a 'i ... 1 , immm THE FAMOUS IIDISON Musical Telephone. You ean Laugh, Talk, Siug and Plav Tnner through it at a lon distance. Child ren that ean reatl nrure ean play tunes at at once. The tone is equal lo any Flute or Clarionet. No knowledge of Manic re quired to plav it. To enable any one with out theslighest idea of Instrumental Music.to jx-rfonn at once on the Instrument, we have prepared a scriea of tunes embracing all the popular Airs, printed in simple figure on cards to suit the Instrument, at a convenient distance fnm the mouth-piece, so thai it can be easilv read, and br means (,f nrhleli I anv one, without the least musical knowl- I elge, can perform on the instrument and play tunes at sight. Per ons a little familiar with airs car play hundreds of tunes with out any cards whatever. I he Musical Tel ephone is more wonderful than the iSpeakinsr Telephone as il does all that it will do be sides instructing persons who do not under staivl notes to play tunes. "N. Y. Sdn." Tlie Musical Telephone in recognized a? one of the most novel inventions of the age. "X. Y. Herald.', Prioe iM). I'rw by mail postage paid and registered $3.00. No instrument seut by mail without being reg istered. Send money by P. (). order or registered letter. SPECIjAX NOTICE. The Musical Tel ephone can onlv fe purchased of the man ufaitiuers. The EDISON MCSIC CO., and 217 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. I'a. or through their several brunch houses throughout the United States. LTV lTIi3 HOUR YOU CAN MAY OJf THE Piano, Organ or Melodeon, with EDISON'S INSTANTANEOUS MUSIC To any child who nan read nuinljers from 1 to 100 it is as plain a ilaylulit. No tielier rojuiioil. All the popular felines. Mltlioasef our pieces now ! use. N,-vpr fails to give satisfuctio and ri inuvs meat. Coinleto instraeiiiHin, with sevuii jiieees of aas4f sent by mail foi K IiOMjAU. Send stamp ;Vi ustak)gue si tunes. To those wlio live in the i oiiiiti y away from teachers they are a never-fail-iii); MMiiee of eomfuct. Aleuts wauled. For 51.00 we will mail you "Knis-is's Revikw" for one yearand seven piec" s FVliwin's Instantaneous .Music with intrai-tiiiis, or for 53,00 wt wi!lseiiu vou "Koison's Hkvikw" for oat year and out of hlisin's Musical Telephone' registered ! mail. ,.-!... 1 f . .7 T ii in n umeriiig piea.se nieniiou lue paper you saw iiiin :vi veriisemeii l in. EDISON MUSIC CO. 215 & 217 Walnut Street, IMJILAPIXPUIA, PA. BR ANf If OKr'K ES -jso West Baltimore Bt, Baltimore. Md.. N. 6th st., tst. Ik&U, Mo., 5 6th Avenue, ll.isbureh, Pa., r.',J WiMHrurtea r , Boston. Mass., s s q st. , lintatter, I'a.. C. . 91 h a:id Walnut, Ciimden, T. J, feb. 2-Ki: . BEDFORD VA. Alum and Iron Spring?. WATER MASS PILLS Excellent Tonic, Alternative and Diure tic Medical Associati'in, Lync!ibnrr. V'a. Used with jrcat Ix-ntit m Malaria -nd Dtphtheri." S. V. Dnpon, M. D., ia. Successfully used in dy-ep-ia, chronic diarrhoi :! and scrofula. Prof, 8. Jackson, M. D., I'niv. 1'enn. Invaluable m a nervous tonic. Hon. L C. Fowler, Tenn. Kecoimnended as a proplivlactie in mala rial districts. fi. K. Fairex, M. D X. ). liestores dciiilit- tcd syntems to health. T. C. Hirer, M. I)., tnd. Adapted in chronic diarrhoea, scrofula, and dvsneiisia. Geo. T. Harrison, f. I) . 1 - . , -7 Succew-ful in diptlieria and neuralgia. J. P. Neesc, M. 1 ., N. C. Excellent for certain diseases peculiar to women. l'rof. J. J. Mooieiaan, M. I)., Va. Prompt in relieving headache, :-ick and nervous." Rev. K. C. Dodson. I'.sed with great Neneat in dyspepsia." J. Mcltalpb, M. D., Pa. Suited to brottcllitis r.nd diseases of diges tive organs. J.V. Houghton. M. I)., Ala. Most valuable retnedy ki, own for feiuah Jwsrsapa. Jno. J Metttaur, M. D.. !. I.. D. Of great curative virtue. Thus. F. Rum ! bold, M. I)., M. I BencJnjaJ in uterine der.tni't meat and j malarious coiiditi.uis. Ci. M. Vail, M. i)., I Ohio. Charming on the complexion, making it -"inooth clear, soft and roay. Miw M., of S. C. The pr'nee of mineral tonics. -Francis ! rilliam, M. 1 .. N. . Incstimalihiri a ionic and alternative. Hunter Mctiuire, 11. I)., Va. Fine r.ppetizer and blood purifier H. I ifher, M, I).. Ga. Very boueiicial in imprnving a reduced syateOT. Pishop Bcckw ith, tif Ga. Invalids here lind welcome and heallh. Rev. John Hannon, late of Ia., now of Richmond, 'a. Han real merit. Southern Med. Journal. Pamphlets free upon application. Water, $ 1 per case; Ma and Pills, 23, jO, 76 cents. Synt post-paid anywhere. Niimmer s.-a.on of Springs begins 1 st June. $35 per morth. Address, A.M. DA VIES Preset of the Co. 78 Main St., Lynchburg, Va. P. (). box, 174. Sold by Druggists everywhere, fab. 2-tf. COX8U3IPTIOM CURED; An old hysician, retired from ac tive pntctioe having had placed iu hit hands by an Kast India Missionary the furnitiht of a simple veeahle re medy for tlie speedy and pernaanent cure of Consumptioi:, Uroncliitis, Ca tuvrl), Asthma, and all Throat and Lung affections, als;o a jiositive avid radical euro tor general Deli!ity and allneivn;.8 comnlainta. after having thoroughly totml its wonderful Ctu rative power in thousands of cases, feels it his duty to make it known to he suffering fellows. The receipt ful particulars, directions for prc)eration and use, and all neceafcarv advice and instructions fur successful treatment at your own li ame, will he reeeivad by you by reznrn mail, free of charpe I ' addreaNing with stamp or jtampet: , aelf-addreased envelope. Dr. M. E. BELL, 1 161 N. Calvert at. Baltimore, M i. ' Jan. 26th 1 vear FKEEI REUAELE SEif -GllRE a at .isa ma I - lVrr ft PT1P &i il-i rZaJrusl .ai d nrraa.ul - .altsts In tWg, ibuw nr' ii (now rt'imi' rar isioai. - w . .. . A-as XD plfg'i P aftUalfU 1. 1 'r f w asc-a v a s Address OR. WARD & CO , Louisiana, Ma. JNI r c ii Feed's Gilt EdgeJFouic ia a Lt! ative. mild I B ' i a 2 - a - & ' js.a 3 g 2 15 s 1 a 0 P -5 5 H: c - o : hi I i : c H r Dr. BEATY'S OIL of 80 ! Wonderfully Magnetized It beats tike world for the Cure of Neuralsrla, Soiaticft, Lumbago, Spralna, Srulsea, Pleurisy, Pais lathe Chart, Back sal Eipt, Tooth, Xsrsad Heidaehe, rrestsd Hands, feet aad Ian, Fresh Cats, Bore Throat, Croup, Colio, Cholew. Morbus, go., o. ITS MIGHTY WORK IS QUICKLY DONE. A medicine is known by the good it does, and from what the people say about it. If you try it once you will never be without it. Mark my -word. The Cheapest is set the Beit; hut the Best it alwaje the Cheapest! Sold by home and ali other Drag Stores. WW i 9, I i C PREPARED AT THE LABORATORY Ol Dr. Ma BEATY, O CINCIIVNAXIa 4.. Feb. 2, "y Jenn ind was iuiuel as a vocal ist, Henry Ward Bcecher as :i minis ter, liudd l)ohlc as the driver of Goisfeoiith Maid Avas known the coun try over, but one otlier nainc attract ea as taucli or more attention, and together with the title of Doctor pre fixed should read Dr. Man-hall's Lung Syrup, for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, etc. As nn ex pectorant for 'onsnmption, it is un excelled, and stands without a rival for above diseases. Header, we only ask a trial ot one bottle to convince yon that, we speak the ( i uth. Trial bottles free. Regular size ft. For sale by MooitK tfc ELvBYET. Farmers.Look Herel Combined HINGE & ROL LER for Farm Gates. This Hinge is wrought iron, and will last a life-time ! ! The very best device ever invented for banging board or fsruti gates. By using the Combined HINGE A ROLLER, with a half dozen fence boards and a few nails, any one can, in n few minutes, make a gate that will Ba"VTork Easier, Last Longer, and Prove More Satisfactory Than any gate evrr used on the farm A Gate hung with this iiingc & Rol ler requires no bracing, nor it has no tendency to sag, nor will it loosen or draw the pit over, therefore ONLY LIGHT POSTS' are I If nil It i8 easily opcrat d, and can lie set to al low small animals to pass through, and at the same time keep the larger ones back. Also, you may have two gates in one, by making your gstd of 16 foot lumber, have a small 4 foot gate to go through on foot or horseback suias a 12 foot wagon cafe: or th? hinge and roller can be put ou lite te . It. saves time. MONEY & LABOR! and, in short, is just what is wanted on every farm, as proven by the thonsandsthat are be ing osed wherever it has been introduc ed. Many farmers are already using from 10 to 2f on a single farm. Over 100,000 sold East. The following are among the many purchasers of the Hinge- .1 J Neely, E P McNeal, A H Rose, T G Patrick, W B Kearney, R L Ligbtfoot, R P Neely, W F Prewitt, RN Mitchell, Jesse Wilson, K E Homsby, R II Walton. W A Caru there fe 50 more. W. T. ARMISTEAD, Bolivar, Tenn. Attends to the sale of this Hinge in Hairdemau county for John Conrad. Jtiurlington, Iowa. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic is purely Medicinal. E. Q. OH MEMPHIS, TENN. HEAVING AND MOWING MACHINES SULKY RAKES. STOCK. PEAS FEETILIZEItS, Guano, Land Plaeler and Phos phate. ft G. CRAIG ft CO., Memphis Tenn Feb. Gm I made froiua Simple Trp ral lyeatot Ksr tmIii and is m I'OSITIVK Nrmi il.v fr nil llw4aan (list cause ailasin ttta lfi- Mrl ( thf aadr for Tor ti 1 liir HVxlm hy. .1 nn-! . . niudm-w, r.rj 1, Itabrta, uxl nil Hid. uiii oi Hm KMm j s, III 11 sSi tTllllSIJ' llfSUss PW K-mal lli MontUly mttUtt MSllWs, wn4 OSjnMsJ rrev'-niiiH-y, it h.i no qtui!. It it-sior,'-. Uie orimii tliHl mr.l.i ill.' lilotirl, sritl heue is I -i i; M lSlM4il I'ti-rili-r. It Is Use only known rx-iM'v tlist ruriK Kriarhl's iii :-. For l'i.illc. i Hum, r' aafe l)iuli-l'K i i.r. Kor sale by nTUBKi'ts ""'I n-iiler st per bottle. I-trgi-l ImiUK-iu (lie market. Trv it H. 3. WAEKE5 & CO.. Rochester, N.Y. vou mant to huv vriotrting ror rlcn orl Win be BUBbS to all ppllcaakl, and t. citon,r wlth.a, ordrUis It. It C9iitln fivr polrd plalvt, SOU engraving., I . l i . 00 Mnt, and fall dt.fr.pllu.. air aaS lvur. "ur rloaUoc ISO aaafetl. ViptaU. ana t'wwr fi,, . Fruit Ina. tc laewL-al.. ti Ml. fni .t. r . ,1, win ,fou4 mmr? rvlw,bl ir ali.llif .a tl. i'nnh than lli - fllitwlrn)i clonal. W mmk , kaculty at ur 1 , ta UuUri, Tmdm t, aad Mark.l Uat.tnm. D. M. RBXY 60. Detroit. Mich. AGKlfTS WANTKO POU sirrri v a. m IRELAND OF IT AY iirnoi)i (Tiox uy THOM AS POWEB O'CON VOI?, . New, Able, Eeliable, Eisbly Com mended. It tells why the pcij 1 are ptJOf and uneducated, why rrnta ire hi;di am) famines occur. It shows hor the laud was confiscated .'he pnaQUaO- tories ruined. It dc-nibes the Land League, the Lund A,ct and the (Coer cion BUI. Contains full pflgJ tSngltl viugs and Map n cob rs. Price only $2.00 jer Copv. Hales immense. SendoO cts fir full outfit and begin work it once. For full particulars, address, J. 0. McCUEDY & 00., Philadelphia, Pa. Oiucina&litO., Chicago, III-, or St. LOUIS 16 2i , twit .'tiiiiff Chsjfi -g rn A('iD trni aVottiu itpod. Sekctfin twi'fg,, Cirlr.ceg Vtr-tB-.. J gsjsji.. . ji.gm. "i r . 1 1 v . A Irswg, u. ttrt1 nagsa. katsjsjM mt n.nstaii..... ttisig4. L.r. .aa.4W,t, .J sj ,r .g a.-l !... L-i-a a -g' i. af MaWMgal W '.- 1 a.aa T -aa-. iW.. . .aw. ggaj a ga. u Vrivmto Aviei ':-,. i uttnir Iron, impur miusJ .MXiaiuuit, sstd 'it lf-bus tmm AMt Ifkm ssTa.orti. mm4 tJ sCa- aaW ItCa, -lllgj IftsskslT Kaa.asSasas, Laast -af s-. . SjSkMSM aaajaraagja Iga . ' "- a ola,, irwatiaSMt aaat aaaat. asssa.bta swadagaa. A Uagt row pgrVaaa t,A rrU ' . All ! aM skasM kg -. li -- a-, ... , wa tbaaw BSSM agasaag a g.aal 4aJ af aSgSSTI H isnilslgg a a. 2 ai 4 aa4 ,i ua wag ," 4 iaa Batgjaa, ait r' at Ria LagWat ag? taal ... -t. gsMasglgltf ( D - - -V a -g . a, fas. KlTlllkiaMlku.. ..a.. I w..l fLrrj aM agjasaa flsgsgl lt,a Okas Iff gaggaaSMlgJ tv . I Sal aatajat.l M V;TU-.tii;;?nr, s-k i s., st. u ... ..... . . r..MH....... li..". aal C-wrta, ., im. r- U. a .. - Is a THoroutrto. Remedy In everv en' ot hVrer and Apiie, while for Disorders of the $tom;trli, 'I'oriiiiJity if tli Liver, IndigLM n an. I IHsturbnnces of tlie Animal Forest, rliich dctulitatc, it Itaa M euiva)i'tit and nn l:;ive nu SllhsSjllltt. ! should not I onfoundeil willi (be iritut rated oompoiidds of chaMtp spirits and es sentia! oils, oi'tcn gold under the name of. Utters. 2 21-lvit Jesse French Nashville Tenn The largest Music Dealer in the South has just bought for cash 2o Knaoe PlatK . 10 Haines Bros. M 7." Hard man " 100 New England " 15 Welder AND 120 New England Organs 75 New Haven " 50 Bridgeport " and to reduce stock is now oflering to sell lower than ever before. Corre- Kpond&noe solicited and s-jtisfaction guaiTinteed or no sale. M 4 3m Monitor Corn Sfeel'w. Does Sffcctimt Work. Can bm attumhmd to Bos or Shelf for Shott ing and Separating CORN FROM THE 60S Prfoa., e.oo. R.C.CR A1C A OO. MEMPHIS. TENN. Reed '4 Gilt Edge Tonic cures habit 1 ol Cativenei8. Kgj (lofKn for Men orBaya I Petlner mtdy-rnudc or mLlt ffrnBsgnd for our CtalogVi c Wit fT . m tai-jatf . Stinson 1 :.'. I in Italian Uarble, Monounts A N 1 - HEAD-STONES, Omnd Jiiuctlon. m Teas. ssr All orkuaraalal ta ir tis'at uou l"r sns a-iatttag lo parrhaa Marble Work Csn MTf froot IS to SO rut I'KM. b bur mg "f D. N. STINSON. -F"IIo al iHK all k.nI M I OM RAlLINft rhrnp. EffURfX MT0 mi it Rnronk esse. H from nslvre or 41s re ssal ssna ssasssp no hiimi.il II lab iop. n- ... AUaai st rvirwfitv. osttssi coanSwatlal. Ed INSTITUTE. in ii :ij-in. TKMMm teWM te:i hem eon .lltule tfew r-rult. Th work 1 a1strtbutc4 sawug theui ii- In Oi I Mart rolksn.. rjiperisl ctirs glteu lo I- li.li . la sdlttl n u Uta Msllsl Miirs' ut instrni Hon. Anglo gaasa , OIS) Kliiillub, au.l MKKiera (Inmics Ibmoc aii4ad kS '-! I" I iigllsh M boUrsliip. boctaros as Itirta ' lag) ui..l lit virn by lr. J. A. Ouaa, ssaisl Uo lUtas gl ren to the young lauios sail ts yaaag goa-lii-meii sepnratal;. tfu aslra cbargs "tut kaUa. Urenk, firruuiu, Kreuch, Hebrew. Apparatus iUustrata tlia object at Nataral hvu-tu , well aa iged, i.saialjr priatrd aiunthly magaslsi ; a librnry ,inl reading-room , Ihraa llu-rurr aaeietba), Uusiu, 1'n ml lag. "-'-g '-'----, t1M home of thr-adruntagu of tha Institute. CV "j ss. S iinJa) -ai tal, dslij' inalbi sa4 Uta lalagrap i Itaa, sbm-nc of fiw, are soiu af Iba baaalit a II, oouiinuniir. for iiilalogna writ ta J. U la uta , li M. Sav.oce.ur N. T. ilsakatl "ci Cl f-i a-0 tJ3 1 4 n o l si a t a a TD a S s o a, k. ft. s i 2 S 3 II 1 u 0 s sa a a- j it v 8-5 m I 1 a a. t S 3 C3 MILBURN High School y FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Now in Seaion, Cloaeg in June Kail Course in Liuigu.'ij.c, Ancient and Modern. Mathematics, and the Science Cheaper than any School in th 8tatv tXXME AT OCR TERMS! Tuition A all Branches, $2 pr moota, SCARE ONLY $8 PEE X0KT2. No effort Spared to Gire Entire Satisfaction. Location healthy and free from vicoav common at larger towns. Give us a. trial. None butfirgt claaa) teachera cm ployod REV. L R. MARTIN, Prksi i r N f jan. 12 Milburn, Kentuckfa. in m 2 ACT AXD SOUTHIAfT. CBESAPZASS AND 0810 RAILWAY ? ONLY DIRECT ROUTE WITH- OCT CHANGE OF CARS jiarrwKEir pointh m KENTUC'KY and Huntington Staunton, CharlottTille, Rich- n; ond and the Short eat , Quick est, and Most Coinfortarbla Route to LYNCHBURG, DANVILLE, NORFOLK, Virginia and North Carolina Points. FUXaUUtf COaVCXaM ATTJLOHIL, For ticket and further information, applv to your naarnat ticket offiee, or add re mi W. W. MoxaOE. Div. Freight and PaMougcr Agent, Lextugtou, Kj. O. W. SMITH, K W. FULLER. Gen'l danager, QiiT lWr Agt RimMONn, Va. jan. 12-ly.