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boovah, t.ei7E". "jn't'lM PHoN", Oi rXlar a ycr,t alujitc "e ftrt pBo lor ft Ivertisiiijf rate. tpacU! rainnfralvcrtUiiij tau'le- n appliralion .VII co;u:n'.'aUnt':o-is or matuir fur iul.liiMliiii ;u ust t ncuinp:u.k-.l l.y rvul name of tlifr writer. Hull vntos charged for oliinisry notices, resoist l n, rollout! i tv-.!J, ets., cU;- , , pv.:xis r r : - " Friday, dkcemhk, i'o. i8g. Ooiijrro-s co-ivcr e i M mday )nst AN F.Xtr.LLOT SflOfVINti. We liavo fre-picmiy thought that the Deirocratie administrations in ti is state for the last four years have not received that, intent it. n at the hands of the Democratic press of the State, or of the demo cratic candidates for Governor and intinbets ot the Legislature, lo which they are justy entitles. The ndn inistration of THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE" Tiie annual message of Mr. Cieve land sent to Congress ou Monday last, is a very lengthy, exhaustive mid able document. The many questions or pub'ic concern upon which ho louclus, are presented in a very frank, business like, and able manner. While we do not agree with nur President in all ot his re- STATE The President's nni-wte Inn t ic true ling on the tariff and the reduc tion of taxation. synoi.su f the l'residnt's will he found on the iouriii A rnrii'ie ::ige of thin ihiip The National Itevirw, the leading liepuhucan organ in Tennessee, haf a new beading in which it is stated that the Rcv.ew I lie only Repub lic" paper published at the capitol. That U ths tirst intimation we have hud of the suspension the Union nd the IJanner. The Supreme Court, met i 11 Nash vil! on Monday last, all of the Judges being present. This Court has "acquired a reputation for theound Tiesa of its de.cid ins, and for dispatch ing liubii.ee raiwdly. SCHOOL SUPERINTEND EST It has already been announced through the columns of the appeal that the IIou. J. A Manson, of Hardeman county, is an aspirant for the positien of Superintendent of the Public Schools of Tcneessee. The law requires a nomination by the Governor and a confirmation by the Senate. If the Governor elect were tosearchthe State fiom Carter to a man better qualified for the pssitioa than Mr. Manson. He is a ripe scholar and a thorough teacher, and has a large experience, as he has gven his active life and matured powers to the duties of a'practical instructor. The death of C. commendations particularly in re- our state affairs under Gov. .Bate, icard to t he sus-nension of the coinage and Ids able assistants at the Capitol, of filver, and the payment, by the . Shelby $he could not find has been able and honest, and en- Government, of the amounts sto'en tirely satisfactory to the people of by the officials of the Freed mail's Tennessee, The fact is, that the Saving.Bank from its depositors aflairs of no state in this Union have tve must say that we are convinced, been batter managed, at any more than ever, that Mr. Cleveland time, than have ours during the 'u a bold and sagacious statesman, iast lour years. It has been economi- and a friend to the masses of the He has a broad and vigorous inteN cal, and in perfect harmony with people of the United States. His lect, and as Superintendent would the will of tiie goveinmed. The utterance npjn the tariff and the manage the public schools on strict circumstances which surrounded reduction of taxation, are forcible, business principles. In WestTenn- Gov. Date when he was first in- and to the point. After argueing essee the universal feeling is that -.,.i n...-....w.- tv ,,.lti,.,t n,mrM1 iqj to institutional thelhichest service which "Talla- aiiui iiL;ii uuvruivJi w i icuurjaco n.au ' i mm ueie iieculiarlv embarrassing He. right to lew and collect taxes for poo" Taylor can render the State and a majority of the Legislature, any other purpose thin tosppuly the is to ssnd to the genttte for con had been elected unon a platform GoTernment with revenue, ha says which provided that the fctate debt The President's message means that Congress has no cor.ptitutionai ri,ht t.. levy and colle t taxes in aid tit'Americn manufacturers and that 110 more revenue must collected than is needed by the government for governmental purpose. That is 1 exclules the idea of levying a tnriiT to aid iudivid- uls in their business enterprises The president is a chesnut. Hon. J. Harvey Malhews, editor of the .Memphis Ledger, is a candidate forStjite Ir.-asurt-r. He is well known thouiihoiit the stale as a ge:i tlcinaii of Rbihty, and he wou.U inaKC the state an excellent Ticasui- r.i. In nd.hllo:; to his iltl.etS tor s I t A. - -- -- - - ho iilscp. it mav be truthfully fftid i of him tint no democrat in the stat d.ioe more valiant service for party during the hist fifteen years than Col. Malhews has, and no one has been more poorly rewarded in the way of political pie. The active working democrat re entitled to prtferance, othcrthing being equal. firrnatian the name ot J. A. Manson ' When more of the people's susten- as Superintendent ot the public arce U exacted through the form ot schools. The new Goyernor will taxation than is necessary to meet nee;, no lest;rvi0nv as to his integrity. the ju-t obligations ot the ooyerc- forhe .$ knQwu R3 R COUBplouoU3 meni ana me evpcusu ui i 1 T , ical admuiistratioa. such exaction members of the Legislature and becomes ruthless extortion and a Speaker of the House of tlepreseu- Supreme Court of " Ten.ussee, and violation of the iundainental pnnci- tatives. in which position h develop- o!' t,.P "ITmtf-,1 SitP5. hfi.l Wh Hp- l''" v l . I, el administrative atntities and tal- , re(;t mantler m wmcn inese exaciioue A . Arthur leayes but one ex-president II. B. Hays,) smsng the living. The death of two ex-presidents (trraut and Arthur), one vice r reident(Hen dricLs), four uasuccessful presiden tial candidates (McClelian, Hancock Seymore and Tildtn), and ne unauc cesfcful vice presidential candidate (B. Gralz Browu) within little over a year, is sometl ijg remark able 111 the nation's mortuary annals, An ex-vice president (Colfax) also died within the past two yeari. Of the men who have bteu candidates for th presidency on either the lepub lican or democratic ticker, all are dead hut Fremont, Hays, Blaine and Cleveland. Only live rice presidential nominees of the two biz parties remain with us Hamlin p"eTdletcn, Wheeler, English Logar. Six years only have passed since the Garfield-Hancock canvas3(and English alone of tha four men on the tickets of the leading parties in that coutet is ctiil living- Globe-DeBncrat. TIIE 5W B N Hi-S M SI M !5 proper should be paid in f ull, and that the bonds issued in aid ot Hail- roads should be se ttled at 50 cents on the doliar, the new bonds to bear three uer cent, interest. The -Appeal. The Boston Herald offers the Dem- States-Democrat. If the A alanche embraces Harris, Bate, Marks and House in its list of "chesnut statesmen men rho hare fought lhe great battles of Democracy for years, men who have been weighed and not found wanting, men who have stood true t Tennessee and to the South in peace and in war, then the States Democrat must be set down as in must we discard those who have stood hy us when we needed true men. Neyer wrru SsJf-todisg Cylinder lipf Mi HILL, COMMISSIOH FONTAINE & CO MERCHAHT8. US SOUTH MAIN ST, LCUIS, i:o, Ko. S. rho ELDSEDGE u B " is sold with the guarantee cf beiug the BEST that can bo MADE. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES 19 7-4m. 2GS A1TD 203 FU01TT S 3 SSI, HEIIPIIl?, T31T2T. MADE OH CONSIGNMENTS. AGENTS WANTED. tided that theTorbett issue of Uie L ; ,,dP h a tandencv to couceai entsoi me or me nigueit oraar, o- tn I " " " J . I m i -,1 J Bank ot Tennessee was a legal their true charcier and extent, but ol wnicn, witn nis experience as a liability upon the State, and that we have arriyed at a stage of SHper- pubhc educator, wauld make him an of .-chesnut statesmen.- it was leceiv-ablefer taxes. No one 1 uous u.t etHciant oupenntenaent or tne puo- had any Utfhute idea as to the that tne amount raised professed ly he Schools of the btate amount ot i orbett issue ouistanding. for the support of the Government is i,f i,- T.nid hv thpin absolutelv. being add ,1 B WlllVllll itiuiia CHUfl tU lUJlli IIIC P" -v . ' l , I . i . . I - I 1 . 1, I n.-ofif. rn r( u enm A tti-tt n tea o il T -1 n . , .i . ed to tne price or tne iuiultb wcu uuouk i'j b-ju. ,iy accommodations for the insane were cu . L . t . .. . fe . -. . . . . .. . . . supply tueir uauy naiua, h h. upon uie quesnun oi now 10 gam wie 1Wfcruu,i"01" lul "" was naid at fixed periods into the third of the number of that unfortu- hands of the tax-gatherer." nate class in our state, many of T;txes levied for the nurnose of whom were languishing in the jails benefilin,r oae cla93 of our people at the expense of others, which and poor-houses in the diflerent counties, and it was evidently the duty of the Legislature to provide additional accommodations for thera. The appropriations m;;de by the Legislature under r. Hawkins had in several instances, proven insuffi cient, and the Legis'ature then in session was expecteu to make up the defiict one of $25,000 for the Insane Asvlum at Nashville, which we remember well. In addition to all this, the Treasury was nearly empty, made so by the default ol menus a tariff levied for the sak; of protection, to any extent, is, accord ing to Mr. Cleveland, "ruthless extortion and a violation of the the Senate. It calls attention to the fact that the states which geve it the presidency are New York, New Jersey, Indiana and Connecticut. That in New York and Conneticut it never elects a senator, and that New Jersey and Indiana are both i , f i t. .1 n i . it. uouotiui. J-t tnererore au vises uie party to turn its attention to the fundamental principle! of a free Western States and to make an t TM 1J .I government. x nat is fouiki nemo- owrpssive canvass unon issues -co - ELDREDGE MANUFACTURING CO. S63 and S65 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO, THE NEW AND ELEGANT HSCH AREsS "JENNIE JUNE " SEWING FiT AGHSFJE 13 TIIE BEST. BUY NO OTIIER. WW--,. :!- iienews II jr Youth Mrs. Phoebe Chcsley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa, It'll s the following rem;irk:il)le story, the truth of which is vouched for hy the resident of the town I am 7;J years old, have been irouHed with kidney coin plaint and lameness for many years; could not dress my sell without help. Jvow 1 aoi free fromjall pain r,ud soreness, :i nd nni ahle to do ali my own housework. I owe my thanks to Klectri c Hitters for having renewed my yondi and removed complete ly all (iiseass and pain." Try a bottle, only 50c. at Savage A Emerson. I fefc-r . f. tin ' -r. BOLIYABHIGrH SCHOOL PilOF. HENRY J. FUSCII, I'riucipal, "Will Open M01VDAY, August 30, 1886. TXJITIOnST $2, TO $4 1?3I MONTH". BOLIVAR ispleasantlv located on the I. C. Ji. II., and is noted for it morality, intelligence, and hoalt hfuhicss. Especial attention given to the moral, mental, and physical development of pupdx. Good board at reason able rates. Coriespondence solicited. THE VALLEY HOME SCHOOL" Hickory "jxll: Dcniociats who hold to lhe old time democratic doctrines of State Tights, and Economical government, and a taiiif for revenue, are called cht ftnuta bv the democrats who have abandoned these old constitutional landmarks, and hold to republican doctrines. The latter class call them selves "progressive democrat s. Yes. they have "progressed" sqauiely into the republican camp. Chestnuts are good. Plca.e write 'tis under" a chtst. nut . and under the recommendation of Gov. Bate, the Legislature passed Ti e lcjoit of JMr. Manning, Sec- ciary of the Treasury, ma le to the tit A liriviimt session ot t-.on irress. nas i ' bee-i highly complimented and pro- nouced by competent judges one of the v. ry pblebt slate vapors ever sentintothat body. His discussion of the tariff was very able, and show e l clearly that the interests of lhe country letr.and an immediate reduc tion of taxation. Mr. John It. Moan, who is a can didate for Comptroller, in a i inter view with an Avalanche reporter recently, staled that he believed the democrat elected members of the next Legislature would hold a cau cus, and that he had no objection to submitting his claims to a caucus Mr. Sloan is a gentleman of intelli gence, and has discovered the drift of the feelinir amoncst democrats on that ouesttion. He is riht. A caucus will be held, ami the candi dates who onoose it with a view - f j of seeking aid from the Republicans wfd be crushed l ot w een the upper and nether mill stone. The democrat who has many political friends, in , tho ranks of th e opposition is, as rule, not a democrat to hurt. Mr. Polk. True to their pie dges, cracy, and is opposed to the idea which are popular and growing in of protection. I In protection theory that section. The mistake of tho is w rong in principle, and cannot be Democratio party, according to the countenanced by domoerats to any Herald; is that it has wasted efforts extent, or for any purpose. In the jn trying to conciliate hopelessly- above extract Mr. Cleveland shows Republican States like Pennsylvania that the amount of the tariff is ad- ail(j Ohio, and in doing so has failed ded to the costs of foreign goods to ive prominence to the ques- brought into our ports, which is Gf revenue reform. In the States of naid bv the consumer in the increas-I ni:,.tn r;nr. Jnwn M;r.l i f i -II 1 r .1 I ' I A'-lllll-crUfei, ft ' - 1 ' 1 1 . 1 1 1 , t v. i . tneoo-ooi.i, maue proven tor cue , j of the ai.;ic!e and which iza, Kansas and Nebraska, there payment oi i.iu xo.uen it0ue, pnRilles a;i domestic manufacturers ,n;m!..f in fnvr of tar .. .Oft 11 Aft IV. . 1. . i- .. 13 , -iiuu c. ...... v w. v-. propr.uteuisou.uuuiur um c.ectiou ... , increase the mice of ...a .u;i c;ii ..t T..... Al, r,. rV.cf T..,- r- - x 1UIUU1UI, aim " ui . j-. . thei ooJs tQ tbQ same extent Tlie . nreiudice a-ainst the Dem new, uun.um.ui.wu i iuD ,i;(r0no0 9 t int t. he t- nnon thp x.. o.:. . .:..j: ,.,:il . . . . . uiui.vvv ....... . -! i ocratic parLy, una uinuuito nm mrappioprinuons.r.rov.ueu xor tne f .. Q(J , eg ;uto lhe Tf y inathvL, , . ...... ....... , , : . I & j - xne most wonaeriui ram- wlil'.e tne increase in tne pr.ee oi to unjust tarhTlaws,if the Democrat- the domestic goods, ma le possible jt partv will plant itself squarely by the tariff, goes to enrich the uron this issue. American. Fi I ! ... - -- - niinnrrhii rri kf lE ri 11 HIP The HiADTES' FAVORITE, bocauso it is LIGHT EUKNIMO and does eucli beautiful work. Agents' Favor itc,becauE9 it ia a quick and easy seller. AGENTS WANTED iflNOCClTIED TEUEITGSY. mi HftHUFACTURIHG CO. Cor. La Salle Avenue aal (totalis Street, CHICAGO, ILL. TUITION" TO 300 PER MOITTH. The Fall Session Opens Monday, Aupst30, 1888. Good board can be procured at $8 to f 10 per month in private familiev Board lor school days 6 lo 8 per month. Our community is known to h one of the best in the count'. Especial attention given to moral, mental, and physical developments. Pupils received at any time. Com pondD solicited. Address, EDM ON D FUSCII. leacW Hickory Vally. 8-11-Gm. n , n n i - , m- - GRAND JUNCTION MALE and FEMALE INS1UTB will:open its fatl sessiin September sth AND CIxOSS DECEMBER 24. 18S6- OPEN ITS SPFIMG SESSION itU. ' .1 87, and CONTINUE 6 MONTHS TUITION m GEADE A 84; GEAD2 B 33; GRADE C f 2, PSE MONTH. The town has excellent society, good health, eight. iaily mails, and three churches. The building is Jorge and abundantly furnished. Th teacliers are thorough in all their work. There arc three teachers of eftnlir lished rcimtation. The literary society will be given elocutionary drill hy the teachci. Correspondence solicited, address, W. A. ir.McDANIKL.rria. S 19-4m. ( Jraud .J unctmu, 'iVnft. kficits during the adminsstration ot Mr. Hawkins, bince that time two of the ablest Republicans in Tennes see have- canvassed the state for Governor, as the nominees ot that party, but neither of them could utter one word against the adminis tration of Gov. Bate, which goes to how that nothing had been done by the democrats which could be com plained of. Iso state was ever blessed home manufactuies, at the expense of the consumer. In the following extract he shows the gross injustice done tie farmers who are forced to buy m the protected markets, and to sell in f:ee trade markets. "Our farmers too, and those en. gaged directly and indirectly m The Iron made frjm the East Tennessee ore is regarded in the .North and Wet as much superior to the Alabama iron. It has no rival as a boiler plate, no rival for sheet iron, no rival for tin plate. It's tousrhneas of fiber is remarkab'a. Railroad bridges make of it and Curer tlie world lias ever known. Your money will be returned if not found as represented. Children Cry for Pitchers' Castoria. Solera Exposition, AT LOUISVILLE, KY. August 28. I8QG. October 23. P. w TIM, with more economical, and purer Lm.nlvntr the products of atrricultun- administration-. With a tax ot 30 see that day by day, and as often as subjected to powerful vibrations cents on the $100, worth of taxable he dadv wants ot their households have given no signs of a failure. nroncrtv. tho current expenses of teci,,r they re lorcea io pay excee Some year8 aR0 tllia iron Was sub- am! liPPi ffl! I 'A x HI ion . w L it'ir the totuto oovernmcnr, ine interest , t j foreign mar upon the state debt and the school kets w i t li the competition of nations, lund has been paid. Tiiis much which by allowing a freer exchange may be properly styled the current, productions than we permit en or ordinary expenses of the State ables ttieir pe pie to sell tor prices which distress the American farmer." Ihen, after showing that the receipts of revenue are in excess ot jectedtoa seyere test at theFraukliu Institute in Philadelphia and pro nounced to be equal in every partic ular to the best Swedish iron. This iron can be made for $8 per ton, Sweetwater News. A Man of Grief! : 51 L'KE LAZAF.UI II SEIIIF ID JOT Government. In addition to tins they have paid off and retire 1 about JOOO.OOO of Toibett issue certificates about 250,000 of back interest upon the state bonds, about $200. 00 J for the election of the Insane Asylum for East Tenncs.-ce, about $30,000 for the xsylum for West Tennessee, $30,000 in retiring the Mineral Home Bonds, about $30,- 000 tor new C ides for the State and n..ial.. ;....! ii 1 1' i. .-v l,.ci;.n i'ii i a 1 1 .1 di m hlv but t il f nrpson t. rim- V.AIL. IllV V'liiLiaK-. A i i 11.1... 11 J UC Ll V. J - . - - . " " 1 . , , . , . of thel'eac.e, and to,WO lor the " ' T. "11 J no nan ..... ,...,.1. . NcffOrlw.is Lxposit.on. lhese our revenue laws the receipts of 6.000 from ihreo to ten loads ea art extraordinary expenses, anJ til0 Government shall be reduced ... . ... amount to $1,150,000, b suhs the to the necessary expenses ot its i ,- .:.. ...i , u p. riiinmical ailmimstration. and tins it iiviia sii.h..ii t.iiii- v':x ijum uie i 1 r i l "i i x demand should be recognized and M-i powuer, unc jn uui . ikw obeyed hy the jieople's representa- instances tlie former possessor had Alter the battle ot Gettysburg an the nfeds of the Government, and officer in command of an infantry urging Congress to reduce taxation, brigade made a wager with a staff he plants himself upon the old demo- oflicer of cavalry that more than cratic idea of a tariff for revenue only one half the muskets captured would in these words: be found to hav5 one or more "It has been the policy of the charges still in them. This led to i Government to collect the principal the discovery cf a very singular nan ot its revenues by a tax upon flf.r. At tho battle 28 000 mnskeis imports, and no change in this poli- wA . ... 18 (m oaded. S and each. In many instances half a dozen balls were driven in on a single charge The candidates for ( fhces withi in the gift of the next Legislature vharo opposing a caiicu., are afraid to submit their claim to a body composed entirely of democrats, ; and as a matter of course, arc cxpeet , i:ig the Republicans to aid in their e ction. A dcino. ratic caucus will be nothing but a en vt-i,tiun of the niem bpis .t the nfxt Legislature, with trie republican inenil'ers left out. And when a candidate oppoesa cau cus t democrat!, he tn( re by says he i opposed to shut ti:g the Rfpub . lio.m inembrrs out but wants thetn t have a yoio in naming the . d muik ratic candidates, which melius ; t'i it he is afraid i his ow n political f i 'lids, and rants his political eucmicf to In lp cici t him. E'quesljd to Leva th-1 t'ity d.ieks ii,, r.Mi:i. , lei'. 4 (peciai) T. 11. Ku!?, hvturer f..r the Vncel es oi run.z ti in, and who :!o ch-rLs at nc oi the Wiiccl liou.-c.-, has rc i ceived an anonymous 'otter inviting , hi ii to leave the city crrtain, or he wo ild be Ud out. The afl.iir hn caused ii.U'.li talk in commcici.-u irci, and n.inluuits universally t'lil'fll:2l tiif JltU lll-Ul OUUTgC. i Any uet.de. I tissistaiKt; wiii be lurn , jdii'd lr Iiu:f to protect hi.n.-cif. America n. last Republican administrat ion. This is an excellent showing for Gov Hale and his aids. 'lwo years more will ste the last tif lhe Toibett isMie certificates paid elf, when, il there is no increase in the expenaas, the state will have about $250,000 surplus each year, which w ili be applied to the extinguish ment of tl.e state debt proper, and that can be paid off in about foui years. About $22,000,000 of the Railroad Iwiuds have been funded and tho probabilities are that about $3,000,000 remain to be funded. All charges auaii.st the state have leen promptly met, and that too without borrowing any money as the state authorities were authori sed to do l' tho Legislature, in 185, and if the collectors of revenue will be vigorous in the collection of taxes the money will be on hand to meet tlie installment of interest tailing doe in January next. Hon. V. 1'. 1'ickard, the present Comptroller, ai d Mr. J. V. Allen, his efiii lent clerk, who is an old Hardeman county boy, arc entitled to a fair share of i lie prais for the present excellent condi' ion of our tate finances. tives in the legislative branch of the Government. In readjusting the burdens." In portraying tlie injustice of our tariff system, so far as the far mers are concerned, he uses the following strong and plain language: "Those actually engaged in and more remotely connected with this kink of work, number nearly one half our population. None labor harder or more continuously than they. N enactment limits their hours of toil and no interposition of the Government enhances, to any great extent, the value of their pro duct, and yet, for many of the neces saries and comluris of life, which the most scrupulous economy enables them to bring into their homes and it.r their implements of husbandry they are obliged to pay a price largely increased by an unnatural profit, which, by the action of the Government, is tiven to tlie more favored manufacturer." The message is worth a careful reading and we suggest that all who can study it closely. It will repay vott. Mr. F. Motlow. whiie plowing in a field near here Monday, unearthed n sword that has n doubt been nuried ever since the war. For forty vor.ts. Av.r' i lieirv hioi Wi'ii (i.p.ion-! r atft to I- lhe nl'si'l rem--lv in une, for c ie.'..l bn.i d tJ-t-Ar-e-:. Spoilt c The sword was in a seabb tid and had lVciura! , ije(M1 driven straight into Uie ground . and was with dilhculty released. reversed the usual order and put the ball in first. Exchange- barbed the The airrement ot uhe wire manufacturers to advance prrce $5 her ton for the present and to make further increase of $2.50 iu January ia but one of a hundred instances of the power of monopoly under cur tariff laws. These men mak prices rosuit themselves. Having no competition, it is only necessary that a common understand ing should be arrived at lelween them, and this is easily accomplished" The expense and trouble of writing and sending a few postal cards is all that is necessary to put millions of dollars profit into the hands of these manufacturers, all of which is stolen from the farmers, whe bear the heaviest pari of the burden of all the monopolies with which this country is cursed. American. The Doctor says: Wnen Ilr. ' James Edwards, of Senoia, Ga., be- gan to take "Guinn's Pioneer lilood , Renew er," I saw him. He was ; covered, body and extremities, with i a characteristic syphiKitic eruption i that seemed to have baffled all treat- : ment. I iaw him the second time i in about ten days, when he was s ! changed in appearance bv having j the scales removed and the eruptions healed, that I barely knew him, and , n a remarkably short time he was; relieved of all appearance ol the disease. N. B. DiiEWRY, M. D. Sj aiding county, Ga. ; AJariiii Oin Fj; Cit anil! j A SUPER! FLESH PRODUCER AND T0KI3 j Guinix's Pioneer Blood EeiioV.rer. Cures all Blood and Skin Diseases Rheumatism, Scrofula, Old Sores. A perfect Spring Medicine. If not in your market, it will be forivarded on receipt of prica. Small Bottles, $1.00, Large, $1.75, Essav on Blood and Skin D.sca ses mailed free. MACON MEDICINE CO-. MaCJU. Ga. vi KEW TOSS C2CEI3T2A, VTIXH 2 KElSEltS, GREAT NEW YORK MILITARY BAND. 8 Concerts Each Day O CONTAINING A IARGE COtLECTION OF FOREIGN AND AMERICAN WORKS OF ART. AN 1HTERHATI0H&1 EXK101T10H With Displays from all parU of the World. k - - Machinery, Arts, Industries and Products. VILLAGE, SHOWING ART AND LIFE IN JAPAN. BEAUTIFUL COLLECTIONS OP 15SSSAIS. WoDuCrfal Mm of Maral Science. Low Rates for Trayel and. AMssion. EoYmson House, Mrs. Jns. Iiriht, I'roprictor Jackson, Tenn. Ilatcs reasonable and fare first-da WIS, Lies ul ClIfiR. Finest brands of ".Liquors always: on hand. His Saloon is orderly and is kept in rirst-elass style. T. IKMI &C0. WHOLESALE AKL TvETAIL EEALEHS IS mm Awn Cash pad BOLIVAR. FAIT GM1S for Country Produce BOGHAM & HILLIAKrB 9 AND DEALERS IN PICTURE FRAMES. 241, 243 245 MAIN ST, Jl'i Jt JS;iffi,I ty. A. T. MfKEAL It. II, WOOD, WOOD Attorneys i?t Law, mot i T!. .ivnr.l 14 ti!l io irort.I C l.iditiill. , , x i - " v r, not be ii.-kU-.IpJ. lhe IVu,r:d will anu is oi .i.c ub ..wv... reven. llicir borouii:ij c!.ru:;lo. burg Kjtlcoil. ('ol Kesults in Lrtry raso I. A. I'radford, who!tssI- ii.-ijier (ioaler ot Cliattarus, Tsnn., writes timt lie was rioiilv ntilicteJ wilh a severe cold that KCttltxl on his lungs: Laii tried many rem edies without beiictit. lining indiiced t trv L)r. Kiiig's New I;cuver fr C'oti- fumtion, did to aiul him eiiiin-lv cured Ly j u-te of a tew bottle. Since svhicii ti nt he ' he ha ued it in U family f.,r xill t.nhs and C'oMm witn coo l rulu. Tliw w th-.: rii'cri.n of iLoman i who.o lives h.tye b;ei fivetl by this VV. iih rf il I;fcovtrv. Toother's Friend.' Not only nliorten the time of of lahor a-.;d le-sfiis the in tensity of pain, but, it pre;tt 1 v diminishes the danyer to lifo of Doth mothrr and chihl and leavf-s the mother in a condition highly favorable to ppeedy recovery, and fnr lem linble to Kloodinir, ("onvul tiioii?, and other nlarniin,; fvmtoras incident to nlfw or painful labor. Its wondf r fill t fi!f. icy in this w-sjir-ct rntnh it to be called Tiik f othi:k'.-- Fkiknd and t lc linked a mic of the Jifo Fsviif; remedies of the nine teen!!! .pntury. I'roiii ii.e nature i f tlie case, it will of course be nn-dert-t iod tiiat we c.mnot pub lh tvtifio:itt.s tronci-rning this remedy without wound ins the delicacy ' the wri ters. Vet we have hundred of sii' h t. timouials on lile BOLIVAR, ma- of TENNESSEE. Court Square, C. A. Ss A. MILLER, Attorneys at Law. DOLIVAR, TENN, Will practice in a'l the Courts Hardeman and adjoining counties, of (JorretjsiiuLencc solicited. JESSE IIORIiliUT, ATTOKiNE Y-AT-LA W BOLIVAK, tj:nn. I'raclices in all Courts of the State. A. VALET0X & CO. General Onnuiwicn Murcliaiita ami uealei i iu POTATOES' OHIOiio, CADBfld HIDES, WOOL, MOSS. f itiix m mm Lmwik mwt f!. A vf.A.l FOUNDRY SMITH, AND T A T ILK 1 li. INE S 7 .'iclisou, rXiiii. Manufacturer f Engines and Boilers, Maehiiiery, and Castings o all kin a. Repairs all kinds of Machinery an 1 Agricultural Implnint, manufactures P'ow Points. 1T All work j,'tmrantcd. OLOYER-PO PoT Opened its Fall Term, July, G18. TVJTJOX,$2io.$4 per month, HO 1111). Cheap- Thin Academy in bcautilully located 5 n.ilen north-went of Toone, wII stipidicJ with ()lob, (,l arts Maps, and other nrccary apparultoi. Free from t!ic immoral influei.ccs ot wliis-key and railnmd Uiwlb. Siiecial attention given to moral developments. Corrwjwuidetice solicited. ADDRESS, :i. ItOSK. Irinclpnl, UOONE, IJ .NxN' TTe Lave admitted JOHN E- Id AS 1 ,1886. 1 f r. 4 f,. m . . ...ss. ou. as a memuer vi vui ixiui, vi uauc mim P. McCAPPEN. :. ?. IU VBT MKTIN KILLY. Trial Bottles frej i-t S.iTa A K:il C! S'-tVS i Send tor our Treatise V"ulllRU." on "II e.-hii riiailed. free litr: DxtAOnr...n Kkoi-latdr Co., licx '-!, At!;:nU, tja. ( n-ioi'-nci in -yi x ' iTit Al-1. i im P. MeCaddcn. W. V. Dunavant, Martin Kellcy. J. E. PMcCADDEN&CO. GROCERS and COTTON FACTORS t .