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THLR8DAV. MAY, 25, C. St. L. & N. 0. Railroad. TRAINS OOISO NORTH LKAVK BOUVAK No. 1 Pawenger, 3:21 a.aa. No. ;No. 7 Local Freight, 4 45 p.m. MHIi No. 2 Passeng r, 12: i 4 p 4 41 i 5 P HI. 111. No. No. b Local KrigLt, a. in R H WOO A. T. MoNKAI. WOOD A McNEAU Aitcrneys at Law, BOLIVAR, TENN. r East Me of Court -xiKre." FP.ANCIS FENTRESS. money at Law ano Solicitor ia ZWxi BOLIVAR, r-;ortliwest corn, r - 1 S . I fell Sqnr A- M. LAMBETH, Jr. ATTORNEY AT LAW Aud Solicitor iu Chancery. BOLIVAR, TENN. Oftre: West Side Square. B. T. DISHMAN, Tender 1mi profectonal M" :"es to the people of Kolitar sod sarraaading coantry, au.t solicit their patronuga. Satisfaction fiiiira ii toed. Ternirt reasonable, umcenw Ike present ofljr ..var Irs. Muoie iV 1 :Ue R 11 -'25-4 1 E. B. LOOM IS, D. D. S., MEMPHIS, TENN., RouthE. Cor., ADAMS & MAIN STS- 20-6tivl. Morgan Moro. Wade Harvey THE NEW DRUG STOKE. BOLIVAR - - TENN. MOORE k HARVEY PHOPltl ETORS. Have junt opened a targe and well selec ted stock ol Pare Dras, M-adWines Chemi cals, l'aintu, Oilx. Dve Stuff, Fine Hair. Tooth aud Flesh Brushes Also, Cigars, Snuff, Chewing Tohaeoo, and Stationary. ftatr-4'hvMcians' Prescriptions carefully eOMpMwdsMay and night. Medicines war rantsd tiwh and genuine. Varv Medicinal Luiuors. Call and see us. w w. ri.KnoK, W.J. EVANS. PLEDGE A EVANS, UNDERTAKERS, GRAND JUNCTION. Keep on hand and make to order all kinds ready made Coffins, Caskets and Robes furnished at short notice. G. Is. PEELER, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. Chrmnd. Jttiiction, Tenn. Witcha, Clocks ait Jewelry paired. Sewing Machines Pat in Order. All work guaranteed Price Reasoaabl HI SHEA & BROOKS, POCAHONTAS, TENN. iKl.KR IN Canned hk Confections "I WINES, WHISEIES. BRANDIES, CIGARS, TOBACCO, &c. Country Produce taken in exchauge. Call and see. an. 5 o m . SAM. SMYTH. " ciRAND J L NOTION TENN. Manufucturor of Stonswire, Jigs, Jut, Hum, Floww Pott, k Also fin Brick. Ordere olicitetl. Work guaran teed to be the best. March 23 3m JOHN SAIL'S CATALOC.l'E OF NEW, RARE and RKAL'TJFIL Rt-ady February lt with colored plat. It i full in really ood nnd beautiful plnota Njnthc, new Ifracaenas, nw Crotoiis. now Pelargonium, now Rop-, QcsmiesSSj F urhAtaa, etc., with a rich collection of fing t i ; 1 1 " , , rouaKt-auu oim-t urofnitounc :;nn llot Hoii Plant, w ! 1 r--., v , , i . , .. n . . - i . i ,. i ' . vtn .ii m.nin i m J .1, uu.cn, reniWi a plain copy Irco. Catal.uo of Seeds KoaenOrchida, frnita, etc, freo. JOITN SAl'I . Waahinsrton. P t . March 2, 2moa. LOCAL ITEMS. Send to R. M. Ha inner of Jack son for wall paper. Prof. Futrair school eh to- mor row. Every body invited to attend fcend your onter to K. M. tianiuer I Jackson for wall paper. j " ; Judge Fentress and family are here for the summer. Glad to welcome ' ty of corrupt rings, and of centraliza them back. ( tion in its past history and whose tra- j dilions and principles have ever been Dr. 1). VV. Fentress and family of in acord with the msiinct ot the Texas are visiting relations tnd farmers if i!i:s go verument, and its, friend in town in this section. He is well-known j The paper just received at Hamuer's ot Jackson is prettier and cheajwr than ever before, i m 25 2m . i The Convention was well attended atid the utmost harmony prevailed. We congratulate the party on the res toration of unity and fraternity. The public are indebted to Dr. J. C. Ayer's & Co-, not only for their stan dard medicinal preparations, but also for improving the looks of the commu nity by their incomparable IJair Vigor. Just received at Hsmner's Jack son drug store 3,000 rolls wall pa per of the latest and most boautiful de sign. Those who suffer from an enfeebled and disordered state of the system, should take Ayer's Sarsararilla aud cleanse the blood. Purge out the lurking distemper that undermines health, and the constitutional vigor will return. The closmg exercises of Toons Inst itute on last Friday were enjoyed by a large at tendance of people from Bol ivar, Medon, Jackson and the imme diate vicinity. In this issue we have space only to say that the exercises wore most creditable to Prof. Hudson ,and his accomplished lady and to the enterprising citizeus of that live town. Next week a more extended notice will be given. We must say, however, that the anuuai address by A. .1. Cuatea, Esq. o.i Public Schools was an able and eloquent discussion of a moat important question. He did credit to himself and the occasion. The pupils at night acquitted them selves most handsomely. Gen. Dupuy, on The Little Foxes, gave an admir able lecture. W . T. U. Met at the Presbyterian Church May 19th. The usual exercises of sin ging, prayer and raeding the Scriptures were engaged in. Very few of the members being present, several of the reports from committees could not be heaid from, owing to their absence. Books were returned and others given out. A committee was appointed, consistiug of the vice-presidents representing the different churches except the Episcopal, which has no representative, to visit thejail to distribute reading matter &c.,aud to report at next meeting. The ques tion was then brought up regarding a Reading Room, after hearing the report of the committee, it was consid ered best at present to postpone the project owing to want of funds and of inclination on the part of those who would be materially benefitted. While thanking Messrs Durst & Coleman far their kinduess, wc hope that the time may come when we can assist and fiud those willing in our community to make some sacrifice for the general good of those around. Adjourned to meet the first Friday of June at the Cumberland Presbyteriau Church at 4 P. M. f Jor. Secretary. CORRESPON DENTS. Covington, Tenn ) May 16th, 1832. f Mr. Eihtor: Some kind friend iu your iaue of the 11th ultimo has in unmerited terms ot compliment urged my name to be submitted to the people for congressman from the 10th District. This is an honor which any patriotic citizen would most highly ap preciate. And to receive the support of a district, in every county of which I have many warm friends, who have sustained and encouraged my aspira tions in the mat, would add new beauty to the laurels it bring?, and new strength to ray determination to devote my life to the service of my country. It i true, as the communi cation says Old Hardeman has some claims upon this District in naming the candidate provided it is for the good of the Diitrict. And if my friends, ho have, or who may wish to confer this honor upon me, or if any considerable number of o.ir citi zens indies t a desire to this effect, j j 9ttaU not pretend to any assumed ! modesty by disdaining a wish to re- . , , . cctve it. Ana l can sav to them . . tnat tne7 S lnto t"e convention ! determined to secure the nomination j for Hardeman, they will not find in I he other counties a factious opposition I as I have assurances iot favorable and encouraging of a similar good' , will toward me. Yet it is my i 'wish and determination not to be- j i cjme an oh ,taele in the way of Dem-; ocrrtjc unity and success for the sake of personal preferment. I hold it to be the patriotic dutv of everv demo- crat to his aid and voice to the fuH restoration of the people's pait y to power, the party that lias withstood the usurpations of the opposi too par- 'const ilution from t he beginning. In a close lis.ri.-t like the 10th, let democrats stand shoulder to shoulder, 6e lectin our sUiudard bearar and when selected, "with a long puii, a strong pull ami a pull all together." we will carry that Iwmier tu victory. Ho mote it be. I am very Respectfully, J IK. J. Dupuy. im memorials: Died at the home of her step father, Mr. W. C. Reaves, near New Castle on the 25th of April 1882, Miss Lydia Adelia Todd, aged thirty three years. Surrounded by the comforts of a hap py home and cared for by a kind and loving mother, her naturally cheerful disposition was confirmed and she grew up with all those christian graces and virtues that ornamented her hie and made her the joy of a large circle of friends. With a kind and loving heart and a tender thoughtfulness for the happiness of those around her, she was always ready to make any sacrifice of comfurt or pleasure that she might add to the happiness of others. In early life she united with the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Mount Comfort, Hardeman Ceunty Tenn. The grace of God that led her to receive and confess Christ in her early girlhood and that made her a steadfast christian through life, a bounded exceedingly iu her dying hour. For some months he had a calm, sweet abiding peace, perfect res ignation to the will of her heavenly Father. She was in possession of that perfect love that easteth out all fear. A few days before she was taken, her mother came into the room and she threw her arms around her and said ' O Ma, my prayer is answered, I ha e prayed that I might be happy euough to shout." She then shouted aloud t ie praises of God. She continued in this happy frame of mind until released from suffering. She would say, "Ma talk to me about Je.'us. ' She often re peated "'How sweet the name of Jesus sounds." She exhorted all around her to live for Jesus, to do good an ! glori fy God. A near friend came in, she caught hold of his hands and then pointing upwards said, "I want to show you that there is a reality in the religion of Jesus." When near home, she pointedly articulated 'home, home.' This was her last utterance on this side. On the other shore with the loved and gone before, she joined with glad accord in Alleluias to Him that loved us and washed us in His own blood. Her perfect peace and unfailing hope enabled those who watched her as she passed through the valley of the sha dow of death, to feel that the Saviour can completely divest that valley of its terrors, and moved them to utter the prayer, '"Let me die the death of the righteous and let my last end be like Iter's." We love to record the goad ness and faithfulness of God to the tried mother, although so sorely bereft, having buried five daughters and two sons and a husband in less than twenty years, all with the same disease, consumption. She can say, "It is the Lord, let him do what seem eth him good." Iu calling to mind the many sacrifices she made iu rais ing and educating her children and placing them in the high social pos ition they occupied, she regarded it all as a labor of love for her Lord and Master. We offer her our love, our sympathy our prayers. M. M. The value of medicines compound ed by a thoroughly educated physi ciaiM and scientific chemist must be apjmrent to all. As such we take pleasure in commending Dr. J C. Ayer's Cathartic Pills. Fublie con fidence in them has steadily increased until now. their use can be said to be universal. Grfct and permanent popularity docs not come without great merit. Our experience cmvin ces us i hat Ayer's Pills are superior to any others in all the uses for which a cathartic medic:ne is employed. They are pleasant to take, and are perfectly safe, sure and effectual. Ayer's Pills satisfy all tiie require ments of a reliable family physian and their tiiuelv use undoubtedly pro longs many live? and promotes the health and comfort of thousands. Nort-heru Ohio Democrat. DISSOLUTION. The firm of Baird Bros, DruggUts Physicians, Hlokory Valley was, des solved bj' mutual consent on the 3rd of May. The Drug business will be continued by Dr. B. F, Baird. Persons indebted to the firm will settle with either of the late partners. Baird Bro. Hickory Valley, May loth, IWf. 4t ANNOUNCEMJJKTS- foe We are authorize? to announce V. C. Eubank as a candidate for Sheriff f Harde- : tnan County, at the ensuing August ! election. We are authorized to announce A. F. Yopp j as a candidate for Sheriff of Ilarde J man county, at the ensuing August ejection. We are authorized to announce ft. P. -Wilkinson a? a candidate for sheriff of Harde man county, at the ensuing August election. We are authorized to announce W. J. Blair as a ca ml idate tor Sheriff of Harde nu.n County, at the ensuing August lection. Wo are authorized to announce Dr. Thos. A. Clark of Cedar Chapel a a candidate for Sheriff of Harde man County, at the ensuing August election. Subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce L. L. Loekman of Cranesville ns a candidate for Sheriff ot Hardeman County, at the ensuing August election. FOE OIE0UIT 00UET GLEEK. We are authorized to aunonnce B. F. Branford as a candidate for re-election for Circuit Court Clerk of Hardeman county, at the ensuing August election. We are authorized to announce Geo. G. Adams as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk, of Hardeman county at the ensuing August election. We are. authorized to announce W. A. Franklin as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Hardeman County, at the ensuing August electa n. Wc are authorized to announce N. A. I. Bryant as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Hardeman County, at the ensuing August election: TOR TRUSTEE. We are authorized to announce R. A. Barliam as a candidate for Trustee of Harde man County, at the ensuing August election. We are authorized to announce J. C. Savage as a candidate for re-elejtion to the office of Trustee of Hardeman Couu ty, at the ensuing AuQst election. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK- We are authorized to announce W. 0 Dorion as candidate for re-election to the office of County Court Clerk. Election August 3rd 1882. We are authorized to announce W. W. Farley .is a candidate for County Court Clerk of Hardeman County; at the ensuing August election. We are authorized to announce Julius Crawford of Cranesville as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Hardeman County, at the ensuing August election. AVe are authorized to aunounce W. K. Barrett as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Hardeman County at the ensuing August election. P0B EEGISTEfi. We are authorised to announce R. F. Amnions as a candidate for re-election to the office of Register of Hardeman Coun ty, at the ensuing August election We are authorized to announce W. C. Davis of Pocahontas as a candidate for Register of Harde man County at the ensuing August election. We arc authorized to announce Thomas E. McClemton ot" Toons as a candidate fr llegiater of Harde man County, at tha ensuing August election. We are aufhorired to announce J. K. P. Lambeth as a candidate for Register of IIarde man Couutv, at tha ensuing August election. We are authorized to announce N. J. Powell as a candidate for Register of Harde man County, at the ensuing August election. FOB CONSTABLE We are authorixed to announce E. A. Pgh, as a candidate for Constable of Civil District No 6 of Hardeman County, at the ensuing August election. Fine Boots k S 'h o e s 389 Main St. Memphis, Tenn. Jackson Foundry and Machine Shops. J. C. SMITHrop'r. JACKSON, - - - TENN Manufacturers all kinds of IRON and BRASS CASTING. An business in our line attended to promptly. All ktSda Mir chinery furnished at Manufacturers' Prices. We ask your patrol age. CHAS. N. ERICS IMPORTER OF China, Glass & Queensware 321 MAIN STREET, Now tupottatomQMKWting of China, Dinner, and Tea Set-, Drortmtl Chamber S t, lJ-'JS-7nio- art- nun- arriving. Specialities Silver Plated ware. Use Lawrence & Martin's For COUGHS. COLDS SORE THROAT BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, PNEU mwnIA UOHSUMKriON, UlSOSSeS BALSAM OF TOLU CONSUMPTION In Its Incipient and advanced : MONIA CONSUMPTION, Diseases inlent and advanced and LUNGS, but It has never been so advantageously compounded as in the TOIU, ROCK and KYE. Its soothing Balsamic properties afford system after the cough has been relieved- Quart CAUTION! MEDICATED article the gi penuits it to be Sold by DTVLggimta, Groeen j genuine has a rnvate r WITHOUT SPECIAL TAX OB XJLCBNSE. The TOLU, ROCK AND RYE CO., Proprietors, 41 River St, Chicago, Hi. fan. lUth tf. For sale by Durst & Colemau. J. T. WiUXKiilOAll. Pi: U TICAL WORKMEN AND DEALERS IN MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, AND ALL KINDS OF OPPOSITE COURT BOUSE, JACKSON, 'TENN, Designs ami estimates furnished free on application. Order asolinitetl from a distance and promptly attended to. April 6 6mos. A JUSTIFIABLE FOUNDING Mr. and Mrs. Keady wish to in form their kind friends who invaded the parsonage on Friday night , that they were by no means offended by being pounded in such a substantial manner, but on the contrary, that they appreciate such conduct highly, and thus publicly express their heart felt thanks. Highly Esteemed. The youthful color and a rich lus tre are restored to faded or gray hair by the use of Parker's Hair Balsam, a dressing highly esteemed for its per fume and purity. Entirely Satisfactory. Ladies wishing a perfume combin ing novelty, and excellence find Flor eston Cologne entirely satisfacto- lllCMROIITE, Memphis asi Muh MM. TWO DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS. SfllJirnill T'i and after Feb. UnLliiJLlL 1882 as follows GOING EAST. EXPRE.SS Iditiui :. pm J-.l " 2:17 " 9-.3Q " 11;08 " Arr (irand Junctiofi 7. IT' " MiddUton " Corinth 0 ' " lw HJ. " .Stvvensoii At'JH " Chat HMP . 7:0U " GOING WEST. l.vc Cki nooga 3:4S pro fcM "Steven.on 2fl " 10:10" " Decatur :30 " 1: " "Corinth 12:lr. " 5:4 " Middlcton 1:18 " 6:33 " " Grand JuiK-tion 77 " " Xemidiia K0" 9.38 " To the East Connection is made for all Easter Southeastern Cities TfIKOlTfI CARS WITHOUT CTIANGE. ELEGANT SLEEPING CARS ON NIGHT TRAINS. To the West FAST TIME rO Arkansas and Texas Points- A full set of First Clasa and Emi grant Tickets on sale at all principal stations. BAGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. NO SUNDAY DELAYS. For further information address either JAS- E- ODES, Ue ii PaasT Agent , KbaxtOK Tnneaae. T. 8. DAVAHT. Atf'l Oeo'l V'r Agent, Megapels, T. MMH Or any Ajjent of theRoute. ' Of THROAT, chest and lungs. Ha always been one or the most important weapons wielded by the MKDICAL FACULTY against the encroachments ot COUGHH.COLD3, sUces. and all diseases of the THBOAT. CHKST a diffusive stimulant and tonic to bund up tuo size bottles, Price $i.oo. Do not be deceived by dealers who try to palm off Kock and Hye in nlace ot our TOLU. KOCK AND KYK. which Is the ONLY me rropnetarv stamp on eacn uomc. wmca and Ialer Everywhere, li. F. lioii;.N Mil, SMlimgiSi UMi AHEAD OF ALL C OMPETITOllS! nrsrNESs mex, Torn ;ts, -r a m awiKpi- KMlUHASTs, FAMri.IL, - - lUCIIlUCi THE BKST ROUTE to the Summer KMorU til Mountain Retreats of Teaneasue, VirgluU aui tlu.- OaroUaaa, Via M'Keniic and NasliTjUu- THE BEST ROUTE to the elobratod ChUtiara, Un : v. rti ' ics. Seminaries anJ other ivducsUonaf laatl tutions in the SouUeat, V'a MoKcnxie and Na h villc. THEBEST ROUTE to A Manta, Meon, Ja. kaonvlll' rod the Florida Orange Belt, Via Mc Kiniic, and Nanhvillc and Chattanooga. THK BUST KOOTE to tlanta. Maiton, Cliarloton, Savannah, AnRUsta, Coi nubia, Charlotte, Knox villc, Bristol, Richmond, Norfolk, Washington, Via UcKenaie, Nashville and Chattanor. ID02T'T FOBGET IT! By UiU Line yon aaure I lie U A TTMTfV SPKKll. S'FETT, mn Al m Um iomkort.satiskaction. -AT THE MINIMUM BOTHER. FATKSTK. BE SURE TO BUY YOUR TI 'K ET.S, OVKB THE rs'. CJ. Ac mt. TMVy. The Inexperienced Tmveler ne-d not gn amiap ; few change aae neeess iry, and such a are uua- voiiiablw arc made in Union !fi.t. THROUGH SLEEPERS BETWEEN' - Memphis ana Nasiivile, ( luiobu and Xaahville, St. Louia and Nashville, McKauxie and ,MalivlUe, Sashvillo and LwaaarMe, Nanhvilie and tihatta nooga and Nanhvillc and Atlanta, cuSJIiWtlm with Sleejers to Florid r point. For further information eall on your nearcnt R. U. Station Aifent, ortaddrc V. Y. STEXENS, P. A ., DaUtS. Texan. IAS. SPBEli, Agent, Meuiphis, Tonnewsec. W. F. MARCH, T. A , N'j-hville, Tennessee. fXHt. r. Ff)WLF.R, A.T. A., Nashville, Ten nesaoe. W. L. ASUEY, O. P- A T. A., " NON RESIDENT NOTICE- In the Chancery Court ai Harde man Countv, Tenn., No R. D. A. H. Rhodes, E.wr Mrs. Ida Mur phy vs The Heirs of D. C. Hull, dee'd. In this cause it appearing from the Bill which is sworn to, the Defend tl J. T. Bailey and Mrs. Mattie Bailey are non resident-i ot the State of Tenn essee and residents of the State of Mississippi, and that the names and residence of the heir of James Neely and his wife Ellon Neely, dee'd, formerly Eileu Hull (said heirs being also defendant herein) are unknov n and cannot after diligent inquiry be ascertained. It ia therefore ordered that the said defendants J. T. Bailey and wife Mattie Bailey and the said unknown heirs of James and Ellen Neely make their appearance bere;u at the Court House in the town of Bolivar Ten no eeon or before the 2nd Monday in June, 1882, or demur to complainant's Bill or the same will be taken hr cor fesned ud tej for hearing ex parte as to them. Awl that a copy of this order be published in the Bol ivar Bulletin for lour fuccoiasive week This May 4th, 189. A oopy attest. Jamo Fentress, Jr. C & M. Jeiise orrnentl Sjfr for C r ttivgsg. burn H2 aaxx: DAVID LANDRETH & SONS, Seed Grewsrs. 'rh. S. Lowenstein &: Bi o 93 & 95 Cor. Church & Summer Sts.. Iteg Luire to ri-iperifaily nnuonnoe to tlio lHOI'LK OF UOI-l-St WlJACltOUINDITNC COUNTRY (kt 1W; r now duitg the lai lrv 1kLi iiitttincw tlil iJ tf tkr tio RlVvr. Silk- all colors A'y cvnU ii tm h Ar pgr farJ. MaNstMemlMSSt I'inUir $1.K). All w-(r .1 ilti wis 10 cent-, half woolen drens f..i.d- 10 rent'. Six bntimii op. ti 50 oCiIIh, good 'A btittoii kid St-" cuiiU. Kir-t .'iH.v.r b. -tU OritM. IX )M KS Tit : DKFARTM EST. ' ). v.trd wide Kiu( Htii-H, IUcttcKed er Bnn, 0, 7, H, and V ivm Int liukanj 8 XWtm y 0 :nake uuk lM iootl amtl triininiiiRs dirtvt front Pari ;.Tf.t pity IMMll 1 E PA RT M K N TJZZZ i I u4 ov. J in ..in Kru.it Mum j K l partiiKli t, wo"ilttptHe U arnd rtkttx let to mc arnl all fnv ofeltnrpt- xovEt.ni-s-.rN'.rri-: tikom ;xus. Silk-, SatittH, Sitin lelvau PlnJnv, Velvet and Parti Irlmtni'iij-. We can ncnd lo you an St-autifiil , tlit-x BMasM al ATHfcirt's'iii XVw Tark.' SenW for aantplr. 3- ZOTX7"ern.otelxx dz, Bra! 93 dz, 95 COr. C0a.ULrclo- cSs Nashville Tenn. THE WORSHAMHOUSE ICorncr Main & Aflams Sts. MEMPHIS - DAVIDJH AST1NGS, Ppop'r l?errja 52.00 pr day . This House lias THE Bottom. A. V. BICKHAK. JKO. V. VOOSE. J T34 rW-Y m XDlOlSb.XXCAXXX COTTON.' 192 Qravier Street 2TET77 THE UNITEDTSTATES MAIL r y' v LM. M-TA mil I 784 ""liZT and Prices. Feb. 10th, lOt A S Livermore President. Vv -mow A-Tj WM H. mills, Steam pump. Brass Goods. and all work injthe line. Send for V. B. THAYER MANUFACTURING JEWELER AND JOBBER,, WATCHES, DIAMONDS, IJewelrv. Silverware, Etc., Etc., H. G. Great 220 HAH" STE2ZT,EMPniS TZint., OR 121 MARK fl AM., LITTLIjJROCK, ARK" H. G HOLLENPERG IProrietor3 Ih the iihtirft anJ rnoct liberal dealer in PIAH08, 0EQAH8 and Oeueral Mercba lie in tlie Southwest. lb htm beao twntr-he yern n M;ui'k, ail torn 0iied a hranrli hoae in Little Rock. lie deals in tn bort, Kiirh as "CIIK KKRINi" "STEIN WAY," HKMAB" aivl HOtLRXBERd P1AITOR "HI RDKTT," "NEWKNOI.AM"nd "BAY STATE" f)lt(iAN3. I u aw Gkersl Atwttt in thcMoathwostfortho W n 1 r( i, U .I Vx.Ji )illl2? For anything in the a.uc?ia send to H. O.'HOLLENBERG! 121 Markha.m Strf.JIJttle Rock Ark m a sire AXX. RXXTt.la Mr le ft om t nltw off email ii J.d Cur vam&ttlavm am am. tb wpiv AAraiiti w LAX DKET U 'S GARDEN SKED fnws a Uilr owm K-rm. UVKX 1M tACUl 4t d to tote lHintoM. r Uw AjniAED roa ocALrrt . r wtoi.k- trads raici i.nfrs far la mVk. m 1 BR 21 423 S. SIXTH ST. PHILADELPHIA - TIffiltsTIlSJ . boon tiiorougUy llcuovaitod fro XBS. E. & TUTCEAKD i Incommeaisa iu TVT C CWC Ol .XVX KJKJ 1. CT FACTORS 3 03?21-.."S, .To every man's door. If our SEEDS are not sold In your town, drop usa Postal Card for Handsome Illustrated Catalogue Address D. LANDRETH & SONS, Phiadphie. H A Tatum Hecretarv. LI VFUMOKF FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO . 100 to 174 Adams St. Memphis Tennewweo. r;lIOCSE FRONTS & BUILDING WORK, Iron aud Rrass Castings. SliaHing and Pul leys. COTI ON PRESSES. Ei.uinea. Baw Pipe and hillings. General Repair- catalogue. HOLLENBURGS Southwestern Music House Ycnphis, Tcuiosroa, FRAKK SCHUMAK- Iifn:, Imfuiurn.'ui 8ulir.ii Guns, Rifles, Pistols illliadi of aoioitia.S'iuai 8u. N 0.111 BealSt.MEMPHIS, TEM Fine Stock of Breech Loading D. uble Guns and ILfiea Always on hand. Old Uuiwand Rifllea Bought , Sold ad Kxchangod. " " REPAIRING PROMPTLY K)NK t WAlRANTK'