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7 T T ;:i mi ,'rr li v-t i : : : ; o r ir" ' v All nuilli'l' :r ; It Of i o.-s . N..:ir ;. i :i- it lt ri i,t. -A l ; I .T r o I J' j i:V ic: I !' St. Lou's o-iiy i?j. Cut. ? '2, ''') l.'.rt week to pteiire tl.c e-A-'. ion of hve nhhr men 'i hin it i-, : '''.-v lvf:n',!t JA'AO f(; vitro 11. e Si.TVI ; 4il twenty Cent wordi of ht-ahi". !V' , i . , , , i Ml . 1 1 I I I 1 ,it JjiijKilll 1 1 ; 5 .-: -!i:i ng'-u nam t f jlf ""'!? I ' 1 It '. S I'rof. W. A. II. .!cla:ivl i.as pur- rliaed the rdhce r.n 1 add: i nildin'j: I mm th Hon. . i m r ; , m i : . J j it" i piper v. v.id ! m i:vi . I'd an I td.'.eii , h -n:dtr l.vM'r.d'. M 'D.t: The f'ri"u h: of the pap-T wis! (;-:-t u uu ri.T it- new in ui". r'-m- nt, i he !Var h'--!.y devoted to Ih-dr M,er.-ts. To'J Uidleti:) ho lihend an 1 fair in its iseu-?s;.n of j.tddic fpactii hut ia i.o ;:-e i'i it :: pro;ii;je t.'s couvi-tj-uH. or p iml. to ti:c v;l;e: ol' ihn.-e v. !i ) :'-.ik i li.ive the imb'u: taught tin ir way. 'J he I '. i 1 e t i 1 1 is De:iH;:.-rati: t i!ie i-nj ( It is opposed to a oy.-tt-m 1 Niitiooal taxat:o:i which pin s up .f 120. 0(-'K ()-. ycut I y in t!ie United; Htte Treasury n.oie t.'ian is i.ceued for the e.vpeiis'"5 td' t tie (ioy. n;n;;i;t cconoraictdl v adminisiire 1. It is in (o.v.r ,,1' II,mI .hi I t : rii, i-..iil hiiiot?. in ordr thnt the i.cp.'ej Inav have a iarrer i e i v to , i . a - I ) .i . ... jla them to more c-K ctaal'v c r.rrv ! . , ,. , i III! iwr tin! i.'il.to I I li... v.,t...i, It is, uii'piahllc lly i.i .'aver of p d -lie el ui'atn n. 'llmt the ma-sc? niny intt hii titiy 1 1 ct their various indiiat rics, and the tt by he pr.i.-i-t i litis. It is unalterably opp-cd to eentraiized jn.werin so far as it be comes sahvtrsive ot legitimate in dividual liberty. It is in favor of vouching f-'fe to C j! porate ho lies their legitimates r'glils, and utlhiag n.iore. It is in f ivor of a spirited and pr igref:siye System ol i utning. Il is in favor of devclopin;; and t nceuragir.g the mining iilid inaiiutuctr.tirg it.dttiS tries. The Ihiili tin wi.-hts Ihe peop'e a, roipcrotts, and happy tittun, nml in t urn asUs ti.em to make the l'udtttn so. Ala i.t .11 venis bef-rt- ( hiht the famous Koman j oct Virgd vMeaL(t,( ,,,.5.,,,., wp;l, pav; nri.ea (hs-ertation on hirmmg. School , ys .j b, ,.(ij.;s;e Thc SJ.irit ol th(. of to-day q e nd week.3a.1d mon t In ; j., w 1() (5x fiht rates at liberal di iog out f.on- toe turns ot Iloimi'i lanua'-e h s btatitdul and sensible thoughts tii.on this suij In one place he sa-, "As soon in ; now kit) s spring, as me 1: c.e . tnow " .1 r . 1 doun !r- 1.1 t!m IrosU-.l hid-S aii'l the, crumbling .liit turns itlf !o..Mi he-. fore the evening wind ; th n .el my steer begin to groan under the deep Ct plow '' lie hero advocates early planting, ami also .hep plowing. Again he says: "But before v.-e . . 1 1 1 1 i .... B If U. e sou 01 mnawv, a i..uo, iti. it bjour care lust to learn t ue witms, ar.d the various v nditiou of the climtde, and the methods ol' culti vatioii practieial by th; s.' before us, and the natures and habits of the! soil." Be not backward to saturate the tieedysoil with rich manure, or Scatter iilhy ashis up hi the lading laml; and, again, your land w id r?rt by changing grain. 'I li is much done, 011r h.nds will not be ungrate- f il. :dany ehutn that tm-.chmg d . , , 11,11 ,1 . r-;. tlr.f kind arc indebted to toe eX ci 1 - t , incntsof modem a-i urn , mi e waeti lllc f.et is Virgil tauglit it iu lloman poetry more than VJ'&) years ago. Tue iollowing tiMtmlatt r will give yen an id. a of their favmin- imple mo'its: "I'nssttlie share, and the weighty timber of thecurwl j low, and the s!ov-ro!!mg wains ot mother (Jeres, and sh df;s and drags, and harrows rf powt.rlu! re"-!it; b.i.h osier furniture, arbute hurdles, and the inystio fan ol Baeehu ;." Tiiere plow tools in the dayi of rat d lang pyne. Tiny did not cultivate cotton tvuu t' e-e. A Clcaa -'.7;cp- It is rrport.'d from Washington that the new .Secretary . i'theTreasury I'airehi'.d, intemhs to 1 ttmble-out tiie liepublicans hi' ; iLj Ids do -p.nimeiit and mioj.1v their places wi'.h tub blooded ibmocrats. This litws imgsoutto t he.Kepu'o'.ie witii ihe true jing-a 1 1 g. It mijdit hive b. ea unwise to have made cvhr.le d? M inovidsat f.!i. The opera tions f diei annietital sirviee might i,ot have been ciuried along mi rddlhuoy f. r a lime in the hands o! inexperienced Democrats, hat the Bulletin can not conceive of a policy mine dangerous to the operations of a Democratic uauiii'.iMtaiio::, 01 imy other, than to have it foKti a-.s iterated find performed by it open uu I avow ed'e.o mi. 7 aat no ch.mt W.ot'.d he M icd a eo :?uea inaio idiot w ! ) Voa d cntriist the iatCJ-vfta of liis husiue-.s lo ih .; c.:o of tho-e whom he knows to heartily llesue his huikiuiuey and 1 ut it. TU.it ihe much me ry may run re'd. it should he i.i harm j:,v. Give f h pe p Den! ' ;5 ii :. C vd i .i-J .!sdc a t tr.wlii, grav j u i c ! govs' r. me'..!., il l is 1, -i'l'V ic. -in.' f v . ... r," to -i.-A-.J-v-. : C C4:A;itiill(-s AlOS (d tAnih, in cident.. I Sv (M;t;i'V!".l with a state. t:H'i:t : S, fli-'ft llse'id hfiOllS. Th "j.;-,. in mio. rAU-iident of Tcn nef.v. i:: I.? re ri to the last leiris- time n oe:.ci.ts .xt t! icre it re (oiivi.t-- iu.r-r.eitied. Of this jdclhAie! lor this yery attractive is numh. r 2 had no regular employ-!..!. li is v. it j a feel in 'of regret mint, ! '.t hf'tu lihout, and did. v. hat- ' that I j ul company with th j pa e ver canto to hau l; 172 followed Irons oi the jjul'etiu, v.h ) have trades; 1 wctv lanmrs, and 1 preached the G nJ. !No la.vyors, liocti n t e.utors tim r e. j he re- litftus conipl.ion wa 100 I-.u.tist. Ci'i Me' !. tiist, 42 tt-riii:-, and 1 ,C0:) no r.ai!on. Ai:d cue strikinsr r. i-.ei i.i oiuv a sniait rc: cent, nave i ii i ny itlncation. : laivmi' into cono::eratror, ti;e . . ii a f malicr per cent, oi larmers in the :!). ie:iliary than Irom any i other cla.vs tliat arc iep:r;ented. This ia v.n avoontion t! at ceenis to devid"p ai:l build ui) a higher or- i'i r ol manhood d womanhood. A:;:;'.'-, it far:: :. 'u s rrgu hi r etnploy ; i ri i f, This i s'Tnethmpc pop'e I iu'.:st have to he virtuous and honest. 1"; w-hreak'. J are f u w an:ong th '-e a -ti e y ( :i: pioyc d in ne branch Jot led:i i ate Iuhuk-.-s. I lieof-ss a id r.-. ud)!ii;g ::bout always kail to a ml !"otvr Ci ime. jl'J;: to te; sen ! the eortf-f com and aken tho f mlenth-ry r natts we mast teaen ! o;:r h-ys f, : A'ain, the great o-iv ol too jo i.-miera are itinerates. ! v i , t ;.i .'. i.. " ", " , t. a 1 1 c 1 1 mi i-.r ne c. unit ifcioii ui - . i.iiiii'. iu linn .,iu, , t'. iii:v inv.iiv'.4 ... , . : , miiiu 1- swayed by taj lowest pas- Hons of ur na ! i: r. s. The animttl or I'.or.st.'y part of our lxang pre.to- I'iimUs. Hence, to decrease crime, we nat elevate, oatiolde, ami in-te!Ieetu.i!i-.e tiie young. I'ahlic cdui'ation is t he instil ut ion by which U can be done. The Bulletin is thelriendof the hoys and gitkof our countr a:;d it wiil ever cham- ot teets thvir best interests. M:xi;i) up. The Iutti-Stat' Commission is about to take a ti in South. The Commissioners wiil lie at S)em;.h s May 4th. They ire comndng to in vestigate questions of c--in plaint which roa Is have pn.stnted igftii.t the operations of the Inter-r t ate law, especially with rej'ereue-? to the kt.gaud short hauls, Tho Ba letin io anxtr.us to know how tho e::in:k- ! nures.and prevent the mub Irom making d:?e! i.oinations. The p. in cinle is thai, tiie roads shad receive ruv ace )niiag to the work !one , h ? mdes lu.ukd. This is light, j u, c,,uiiti0hS and en eumsLanee a is,, llirh ee!11 to establish the h practicality ct what is manner ly ju-t. Some ! the roads are en tire y ignoring the requirements 1 the i;lv. Again a few roads threaten to cut t;(r sl.M0, U!Jll Rot 1 1 frf . T!.;. i ins wmud It a hard blow for th s. who have built, up a h irines3 at su '!i jints. The question h kn 1:. It is a nut li po:i which the intellectual trip-ham- ; mcr ot C., ley & Co., must fall :vpt utedi y. A noma Eatcrcriaa I lie opiosition v, hieii at tir.-t was : so general :uran.s vodng aid to th; I Tennessee Midland B idroad appears i to L;'"a:ua!'v dw indling :iu av, 1 , . . iri,,.. ,1 1 f ?, - j ami it is m i. Oeueve i di at ttie ooun- jfcy c, urtwiH vote;dam;i uninim.os j l v to .submit the question to the peoi ie. Jiow tliey cau.tl li iv.-. bought of litaita'.mg in the fit'.-: paice, even il they iuiended to vote 1 1st ms d vts against aid, can not be easily understood. Every railroad v.lPeh enters the city w it h the ex ception pr.ibably of the Kansas City, received considerable aid. The Bouisuille, New Ci leans and Texas lias been paid lbrs. eiai time-over I '.i j 1 1. r 11. 1 111 taiius. uu ine History iu tin tt.c o;Ik r n a !s tl e jnibdo is lamiliar, tsp al.mg In radi v it m v be said that not one of th m is a Teaneie read. They had no purpose of de n loping the re.-011 revs of tha state iu view, 1 111 lolhiw. d the old trails, the h a ditlitult routes acicss the s:afe, witii no idea of developing the country through which they passed yet aid was freely voted. The I'en-nes-te Midland has an entirely dif tei.ntaim. It is tiist atul la.-t a state road. Kutiniug as it does 0d niih'i ,!dag Mndly rtcroso the state, ps-sing thn Ugh tw nty-three coun tits, it t!. ads sn.iiie.g valley and ru i.;oii ii.oui.t.di!'., turning neither to the rigl t i.'-r kdt ia pur.-uit .f its !liiou, th.e opening up ot the rich- et iconics d lem.esicp. It is a p j-ct w i.ic.i :.jp-?ali to t:ie patriotism of the r e"pie of ihcsnate, w!i, otight to in'sca j'li le in overc-noing tiie o'.staeo s in toe st.iv ot its aeeo.u- i I'lisli :u n t . ti;o td' these is the vv -t. o ure it, in f ic;, ! ii.it capita!- t-f- r.:.;.-i have S'.'.ne o . r;i.-.-t -.".-, ? the staie to hae I ho load built, 'the siihsi-rijdi. i:s which are ;.sk.-d ' -l ale I I witlt ihe wh le Cost i--d in at r! ti. an t not a vo ce oppo-itioi;. !..( the cuoty court l.- ceded t.-avihc-r t at e, vo.e i o..' am, jn.-i iu-. t "r.i- s crop in i I'.C It r.!:. ..if iio-.Uitry -e- t or u , o !.i:i-i.i t v- e '. l.el ho dt ,.- j . n:ri-d ioeo toat l.atdi. SAce ilia last is.'iijj 1 have sold ll.eliaiktii: to Vcof. W. A- II. Mc Daniel and he now- im jull control of the seme. It i.s but. jvst that I should s&y t!iai the readers of t ie IJsii !et:!i are indebted to lAof. I.'. en e.-y kiti.l tc in?, ami who hav, .sustained the paper iu a very fl:xt ! te.ii ir n a iner. To them) c ne iind till, I return my most pro found thanks for the hearty encour. ae.nent and support given it under niy mai agement, and teel that my eif 'i ls toreiiresent the be-t interest of tho people, am1, of the deoocratx j'aity, hav-i Inui apt reeialed by them. I b'-'Iieva its readers will bsar me otit in the asercion that the L.il letm his not been run in the in I cr est of any particular class, but that the Lest interests of the entire county have been Sought to be main-tame..- I know that a few men in this community In. ve been ymiently ppo.-cd to the Bulletin while under my management, but these gentle men are no les. opposed to the in terests l the m i-ses :f tits people, and ol the democratic narfs llopiii" the tntcic.-fs ot ;!ie cop'e may con I'.nue to be represent t d in these col i n r.s, and that the paper may secure the conhal s::j",xot ot ti e j eop-Ie of II.-.!, eman County in the future, as is i he past, I am. kespeetfnlly JtSfe Garment. 111 E T A I! I i V ( X Xi V 51 31 S MS. Weopy from th.o New York St. tr, t!ie I est Demoeiatic puiper in New York City: "Iticemsto us that if there be one iiT'Cginable instance in w hich cir. c a instance invests the protection theory with some semblance ofdig nity, it is tliis instance of mummies, Tiie lardfon mummies represents no hardship lo the laboring man or the producer ot our glurious country. It is not life the in:. pious tax on clothin'r and fuel and iron those necessities which men must have, no matter at what ruinous Cost. The horny-handed toiler, the artless and conflding agriculturist, all our hapuy multitudes may go about their daily occupations without one jingle drain upon their hard -earned inttar.ee from any tax that may be set on mummies. Indeed, it may he truly said that a very high, a practically pr ihihitory tax on mum mies would perhaps be to the direct benefit of the working chss. i that it woii'tl lead to the establishment ol home facto: ies; and wherever do n: sfic industiy may be fostered without addiny to the cost of life the Star his n- stone t:i throw at t lie system producing such result. Il some waste p.. ace way be, made to bio-soui With a mummy shop, and if the fciiei.ee of the trackless for - e-t b; replaced by the joyous hum i f making', mammies far le it from' in to interpose a protest. Nay We should had the day. when every tiime musettin 111 the land is sin p'icd with mummi- s f domestic production and faoulotis antiquity, a 1 1 1 wIiph ti e cheap and interior t.ibrics of e.'hete Egypt may be stern. v banished from our shores. But we are unalterably t jin sed t- lr?e mununiea. Oar voice is l' ri'iee clothing, free fue', tree iron iiee m ees.-.ities of every vmie'y. We favor the obliteration of all tax cs that, hear upon tho poor, th 3 in dustrious', th.e useful classes, but we range ourselves against eva sions, especially in the way of mere luxuries. If the tariff on mummies is to be set aside, why not make stuffed hoards free alio? Why not throw away the last subterfuge and i.dmit diied monkeys at once. No' We 1 I'.hisi again s; these s'i:uit.;aiy exceptions. We iusbt that our tivasurv o.Tci.ils e spared thosMain oi sue i ci ntroveisie-. We detnand thai so 1 p.g as pr-t-.. tion iitains a phiee in our policy, the o-rcat American industry of in e. m hit making Le fostered i;nd developed- And we add, w.tn ju ii'e and con fidence iu equal pro). rt:ons. that t..is ,3 ti e host, the most lucid and the moat sstniblu argument that l as ever fact put forth m tho matter of a protective tariif for ihe Unitid j .States." The above ia a very good bur cftn on cur Tariff Law. The cottatry has drifted to a point where cry little corporation i.-r joint i-t.-ck. toiupany wants its little iu. du-d iy j r jtt. ctt.d ami all t ho Ij'.j; c'Orpo.a.ii. ns and c.nnLinatioas rave ... ..i.t pi.. t. clan to American Indus ti.. - i.n ! .i: ciica:i Lttar, at.d ah the v. bile la mSiijrg in tiictr s'teves at i he lo.iy of toe iai.or.is an I inc- j rl..-.ircs thev are miking loo la ul' S..-iiid democratic i.ciriiHi me-.ns ouiy so much taxation as may be lise ied lor Clovcjnm-Mit cxpene. j l!io IV. 'let-live i'ardl' byte.a i .-itiiois Mt-aiiiu- under sauettiiii is oi j .ilT... . "" - 13 ...th ss Of tt-ksaie said to fe at'iViii:g i-inccs oa account ot tho I real c-t.ue Ooo.ns in tite :out ti. c c' ii 'a o is who nave been upon tho- lanos a i.c-ojo leir rchisi to liu Vfc th. .r- rc moved irom their hoots tif l.:3 tha.o Iioltl SO to SiU Balls iu cotton sty thai; the price1 has b?ea too low for two year.-?, audi that it is going higher; that business is better all over the world that the manufacturers have beon making money for some time past; that the crop m smaller than had . been ex pected; that there is a brisk spin ning demand, and that as a result spot cotton is higher than the near futures. Hears el aim that, prices are altogether too high, veil con- iiii. uli tho bull poiats. Hew York Sun. . i i .; All that Sherman has to say f.bout the South since his return honi, rn:iv lit rai(rp,l hv tiio f. il 1 n w i ti .r ' j - ...w B statement, recently made to a New York Herald reporter- "I found that in localities where the white are in the majority the prevaili: g seuLimentis liepubltcan rather than Democrtttic. In these localities, too, the town ami county ollics are are usually II .'publicans. On th other hand, where the negroes are BE i the more numerous, and the whites comj arativeiy few, thre it is all Democratic." Positively humorous Avalanche. In compliance with ar e quest of the Executive Committee of the State Temperance Alliance, lor the people throughout the state to hold j religious temperance meetings The members of C.rieys Church, and the citizens in the vicinity, tes dved to hold such a meeting oil the lt Sunday in May at two o'clock p. m. the fallowing committee was ap pointed to prepare a program: C.F. N&Uy, F. Dd. Newsoni and J A Moore, who adopted the following for the occasion. Exeiciscs to coiTjmence at 2 p. m, opened by the class singing the song "Coronation," af'.er which the pastor in charge, (W. F. Barrier) will offer prayer and deliver a ser mon on Prohibition, irom a text of of his own selecticn afier which several appropriate p'e ;es will be sung by the class. The Bev, W. W. Nor men t will then give a talk on "Temperance or Prohibition." Music by song again, when an invi tation wad be giren to the young men and boys who it. ay have pre pared themselves to say something on this great question to do so. The exercises wtli be concluded by song and praver by the venerable Bev. T. J. iee!y. All who can conve niently attend are requested to do so. C. F. Nke-ly, F. M. Newsom, J. A. Moor: Committee. "irsi Ot failing health, v.dietlicr in the funn of Jight Sweats and Xervousncss, or iu a sense of General "Weariness a:id Loss of Appetite, . tjhouVsl sncjt tiie ttsh of Ayer's Sarstiparilla. This preparation is most effective for giving tono and strength to tho enfeebled system, pro moting tho digestion and asaimi'.ation ol food, restoring tho nervous forces to their normal condition, and for purify iii2 ciiriehinjr, and vitalizinc; the blood. Faiiinrr Health. . j Ten years ago mr liealth bean to fail. I was tronlilf-d vritli a distres-lncr Coujjh, fi;j;lit Sweats, "Weakness, and Tervous ness. I tried various remedies pre scribed ly dii'ierei'.t physicians, but lii'. amo so weak that I could not go tip stairs without Ftoppin to rest. Sly friends rei ri-asinenil'vl tiu; to try Ayer'a ftnrsannnna, ivnirti i ,;1)t, aim i am now ; as neaOhv nrux plvon'' ;-.s eve:-. Mr3i I II. L. V.'i'.lictmr., Alexandria, Minn. I hare used Arcr'a Sarsiinarilla, in my faiiiilv, for Scrofula, anl know-, if it is taken faithfully, that it will thoroughly rutlicate this terrible disease. I have i: i.Mi j)-.'es.. i i'.n-d it as a tonic, as well as on ittfer.-civc. ai.d mtist. say that, I honestly believe it lo he the best blood Hiedieino (.r!'i.!r;-..-:mii.-W. F. l-'ov. ler, il. IX, 1). 1). S., (.tr 'enviite, Ten;i. Dyspepsia Cured. It. would I c iaipossiV.e. for mo to de rci'i'oe wlet. I suffered from Indigestion, and I lertd.x. lio up to the ton.: I ' bopran 1 a is in rr Ayer's Parsanaritbi . I was ti inter t.io care of vririons physicians, nud tried ft great raauy kinds of iii"d;.ch;es, but r.cver obtained raoro than temporary re livf. After taking Ayer's SarsapariUa for a short time, my headache disap peared, and my stomach performed its duties moro perfectly. To-day mjr health is completely restored. Mary Hurley, Bpviugiield, ifass. I have been greatly benefited Ivy tlio prompt t;so of Ayer's Sarsnparilla. It loncH and invisrorates liio system, regu l.tt"3 tho rxtion of tho digestive, aad ansimilativo organs, end viializes tho blood. It is, without doubt, tho most i vll.'.iilo blood purifier yet discovered. If. I). Johnsou, oolt Atlantic avenue, ltrooklyu, N. Y. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Prepared by Dr. J. C. A yer & Co., bowel!, Mas. I'rieuSl; six bottles, S3. A tirand I.ecord. Ws! yotir.istealion to the .Klv.r- tisement of a remedy wiiie'i Ii st -.l the test of more than n half century with hi- creasin popularity and is uaiversi.lly a 1 mitedto have no e poll us a niediciu:' for theCure of diLVi;e ori,'iaating iu a dis order! Idver. such as Dysjicji.-ia, I'.ilious- ucss( Constipation, Co he, (-!. Si:n:m ii Liver Itegii! tr i t a .simple an 1 h nuiles. medicine, part ly ve-drdiL-, a ad e ; ) he safely an 1 adv., p.t n.-o u-I y ti-c l tin h r any circumstances. It :c-s Ulildiy an.! ef lecinally an ) is epp.-ci:i!!y valuhla as a Family Medicine, w hielt position it linKls in so many hoiiK's. We do not kn .w an- : other tr juration w hieh can brinz for', vvartl such itsdorsim a Is from heads of fam ilies ?nd those holding th.e highest ot:i.da! and social position. K-." .SI.n tio.n Liv er li.-latsir in your lione, it will re dice yi.ur doctor's L 111 .tiJ i .,-;:-e 1 .r your families health and happint.-'. Il is m t to ho won.! r.-d at that s i j tihtr and nit! i'.ol ioiis a aie.lieine she 1 !-e COHiUerfc-it.-.l. Th Jlssiitine llu-v ran-! not jrmtate, not thv o-.v us e-t.-nur, . " , ' ! Ti r.ei at :.; . at aoee aa.i as,; r.aa'.es pusiil:- gcsfivc of Sii.'iiii oils Liver I' ,'ti! tt. r as to e Kit iht- titiWarv. t'on't ri-k ton. heallli 1 prliaj-.s life i y a cto orimitiati.-n iu hnyi ic. j i-,hf Lo '.' an i se s lii.i nine v i.ieh l;a. .il,-:ivs pr os- 1j . -it r J v.tl a re y.-m tri t t::e4 ;e:i- !:e i'r id J-M il k '. TTT1T The most vrontlerful Pain-j Curer t!ie Trorld lias ever! known. Your money will j bo returned if net found Children Cry for Pitchers' Castorla. DISSOT.TJTIOIT HOTICE Tiie firm ..f Poik, .May & Scott, of Hickory "Yadey, Teni).", is tliis day dis.dved bv mutual consent Mr. O. B. Po.k" retires and AY. A. May and W. T. Scott assumes all liabilities of the firm and continues the business in name of Scott & May and are authorized to collect a'.! claims due said firm. This 11th of Starch 1887. O. B. Pglk, W. A. May, W. T. Scott. oiiirful 0UT23 W. D. Hvt iUr. Wholesale and Re'all Drurgwt of Komo (In., savs- We litive bsen selling Dr. Kind's New discov ery. Electric f jitters and Buekltirs Arnh n Salves for two years. Have never handled r;'ine.li'5x tlmt s!l ns v.c!l. or dive s-i-:'i u liv-'-.-sal s; ir-f i.. ':'!'.ri luire h va s .ia- v-f ) r-ul . .1 1) tfK'.-i- :l c a :! i : : 1.1 t.:l 'i (.;' O'i..:. ! ii (,'..' been fiuhv'v ."!. .1 h,- is j 11 have a low (ot- ties of IV. Kln-j's X v Discovery, t; in con.-cti.i.i vi It E-.eu-t r;o B.tu-r. guarantee llivm nl'viy. .Sold by S;.vae A Emerson: T'i'.pr. !ir:n ai.oiv :t -A Ivies an i ili.ic.'tse wltich nilect si...-': ca :: K-rimis in convisi iii;".' :oni l.;-s to t: i- l':0':ir. r ;n hi wor!:, wiiicl" mi.v tc nuic! i v r o .i d i. 1 Lv 1 ii. 1 if us.- i t I i. .1 . Jr .11 -i.ji.-n V-.lcan- ic 0.1 Lini.n.-iit. Thuii aiv.s in n -i i ' o sulK-r with hack nclie, not kti.r.v ii.th:!l in in-.-t itases, it is a s3nipt!ii ui' diseased kidneys and liver, which plasters a nd lotions cannot lie;il. The best and snfest remedy is Vv. J.lf. 1 fi'-aa'-. i.ivtt i ni KLInt-v i'-. in. lf.00 !: b,:--d.. Sick h;x'l e i i; t'o' ot ..! '. :t i ty Ives this annoying e i! i in' aiay no cure'4 and rirsvi.-nt ;' ilie . .m.-asion a ! use of Dr. J. il: M ns Linle Kiv.'-r an. I Ivid.i "V I'elle!. Tuey ar.s p'...s.ri: i i take, n l.ii'.i-r eiun a pin ii vt 1 and are the lit.U?.' 1' ivoie I'm- lii!.i''is;, bnd taste in t!i j in .m'.i j onidiee for Ltieorrlie.i andnain -ii i.i.i'-!; nation. !."; a vi.tl. There is rrl! ir: final t.i I Acme I'liine.ly to restore your n" exees.-iv drinking, :md wh o creditubie lo lit j rs.-n.eily i1 will, ( t c t . r r i a :i dh'tcted, r cd t u .ii- eti. and siiutalatia cliin! Elieumatism and ITeur? bia Cured ia 2 Days- Tin- Indi.ina themica! Co. have discovered a com l.-ouitd which acts with truly marvelous rapidity in the cere of l.heutnatism and I. urahda. Wo guarantee it to c tire any and every case of acuto lull immatory Rheumatism and Xeuralgia in 2 DAY.S, and I ogive immediate reliei in chronic cases and effect a speedy cue. Oil receipt of h0 con Is, in 2e Stair, (is, we. wiil s nd to any address the prescription for this wondernd coiiipoiiiid, wiiich can l e Idled by your i:oMj i r ti yrist atsmnll cost. We toko t his liiears of giving our discovery to the hii . ' 1 instead t j f P'ltting it ( ut ;.s a paten medieioe, it hfcing much less e p-rsive.' AN e will giadly r.dund m mey il s itts faction is not given. Tjie Ixpiana Chejiicai. Co . Crawf.-rdsvi le, Lid. MAL.ARIA.. Twenty-livo hundred h . oi l,nt tied of Ayue C-otKiiiei-.u- ordered i:i one month. It os:iive!y eradnait.s ail Miliaria, I' evi. r an i Ague, Bilious ami Intermittent Fevers in any climate. Read our hook of one thou Mind testimonial.-.. Dpi; V'f;yr, S. C., Much 12. 82 (J. G. (ire. i'. IX a r ih::- We v ill soon need more Al;uo C oto o . mr. It is taking like "tiot calico'5 and giving satisfaction. Yours ELLIS UllO.S. FAn:rirxT,Mo. , Aig.2:),' G. G. Green, Dear .Sir; Your Ague Conqueror knocks the Chill. aml Dumb Ague every time. 1 wan ant every hottle ;;tid it never t tliis'. I have t ured c ases where .piiiune hid no ai'Iict whatever. Yours fndy, W. II. SIIAVv'ct $25000100 IN GOLD ! WILL BE PAID FOB AREUCELES' COFFEE WRAPPERS. 1 Premium, 2 Premiums, 6 Premiums, 25 Premiums, 100 Premiums, 200 Premiums, 1,000 Premiums, - $1,000.00 $500.00 each $250.00 " 3100.00 " S50.00 " S20.OO " S10.0O " For full particulars and directions see ClrCTV tor In every pound of Akblcki.es' Coirrau. I.i I V 1 it" ii fO 11 ; -1 . : :i,ie ;u e.i'i i.i , a to i Ol r: i 1 l -r- or s i ; I. 11 l l 1 - or t,-:ll . . r.oifc-i.t i i il t iller. o,i n.'.r.j; V 'I-.-; i u-: . ; .1 :rl.u r :-; :- th". J. ii. . '! .!l..l aid f W f g If & Tj X H & m A h .4 , S ( ti KZ B , J l-3 VA 2:T T ID . IIcIt o.uers r r o.- r-' iahie Ni;r -rv G--1 1 a -ids-ion. iUmal ) lieot :'. th e a ;.I -yo.ei.t is. .n.'e. i: ,, t A I- MmmmV I Ulitiiiiili URU i - v r !. f'l ff D. E. BUEBETT ft: S X' prin g Stock is now Complete. Just received 1 ron 1 Northern and Eastern Markets, purchased lor Cash. I oiler the same for saleat Lowest Prices to Cash or TInie Buyers. I invite the inspection of everybody. 0 o ' n -T7 w -w APT IB 7. 18S7. ; iv'w-r-i 4:y"JTvr-A p - . i y;, t, 'i Sciatica, Lumbago, Eheumatinn, Burns, Seal as, Eting-s, Bites, Bruises. Bunions, Corns, Ecratcaes, Eprains, Strain?, Stitclies, Stiff Joints, Baokaciis, Gaels, Sores, Spavin Crat&a. Contracted Eluscles, Eruptions, Ecof Ail, Sors-,v Worma, Cwinney, Saddle Galls, Piles. THIS COCD OLD STA?iD-SY tcoompllshes for everybody exactly what iaelniraed forit. One of the reasons for ttie preat popularity of tho Mustang Liuimeut Is found In Its uulvcrsal applicability. Everybody needs suuH a medicine. The Ijusnbcriiinn needs It In case of accident. The House-wife needs it for gencralfamlly ue. The Cannle r neeUs It for his teams and Ids men. The WecliaEie needs it always on his work bench. The Miner needs it in case of emergency. The I'ianeer needs it can't get along without it. The Farmer needs it ia his house, his stable, and his stock yard. The Steamboat man or the Boatman needs it in liberal supply afloat and ashore. Tho Horse-fancier needs it it is bin best friend and stfest reliance. The (tock-arower needs It it trill pave him thousands of dollars and a world of trouble. Tho Railroad man needs It and will need it so long as his life is a round of accidents and daiigers. The Backwood sman needs it. There is not".i inglike it as an antidote for tho dangers to life, limb and eomfort which surround the pioneer. Tho Merchant needs itabout his store among his employees. Accidents will happen, and when these conio the Mustang Liniment is wanted at once. Kco, i Bottle in the If ouse. 'TU tho best ot ecnom.-. Keep a Battle iu the Factory. Itslmmedlato use In case of accident saves pain and loss of wanes. Keep ti Bottle Always iu the Stable for -.?hea '."yciiitodi Should be used a few won tho before conrmemciit. Scud for book " To JIotiii:rs," mailed five. Eradfizlo llEGULAToa Co., Ailanta, Ca. li. it, v. i no, a. 'r. y?: la i, WOOD a I'VjSI'A Attorneys Lvay, DuLIVAIl, - i MX Ai Sell!:. if' it O.ii t f ;i mi , ,ttcriieys at iLaw. KOL1VAR, t KAN, Veil I priictic-fc in a'l the Courts J r.rileinan i.iot ;ui;o;iin:Lr ooiutiies. ol ATTOU ArE Y-AT- h A W poi.i v.m:, d kn:. J'.-.-ieticcs in ail Coorts cf tin? f-'tnte tin ;iO, jf J ) i i si ) s.if it... "vi,- r 1 " LV 'Ol! V t tt jiui : If guarantee of tcin'j tha BEST AGENTS VANTED. ELDBEOOE FvI.AMSFAOTUHIMQ CO. 1 m " Gt ? Wl t a i s- -jL a S ti j-: -j) 5 r K ' ? ? ? t?Z n, h' . ri I j m m & m jftZZT" Ccrrc.'j'oiiii'-uc-' setV.V-'. 2 CO f.r.cl CO-5 Vi'ASASM AVE., C ii OA CO, JlXi j u h h n yy Succossor to MARKINS & BUB RETT. 1lA f-v;, r ar.V -r-B a VllGF HOHY Will 0)on I X'TJ-LlL'-i-CZLv O LOLIVAR is ple asantly located cm the I. C. Ih II., ri., is lx.tcd fr its p.i'.'i'ality, into niirciico, and he-uilt Ifidi;r ts. Hsjm ci:il stte ntion ive n to tho ni oral, meoia!,ai:d -!iysica! development ol' nII?. Good board j.t reatjou ah'c rates. Cen esi;,n .! ctice f olu ited. S-l I-Cta ill lifts J frV liilililii i 3 i.slt5" V mi lie Fall Session Opens G nod hoard can be procured at iJS to ?30 cr month in isrivate J'smilies Hoard lor fcchocd (lays SO to So j e i" month. Our community is known to b.i Dili: of (lie het-t in the county. Jvs;-ccial attention yiven to moral, nooital , and physical developnicals. rujiiis rccei ved at any time. Cones nit1ene solicited. AddrctsS, EDMUND FUS(II. 'Jrr.clicr Uiekury 'allcy. 8 -11 -Cm. GRAND JDK6TI0H UM and FEMALE INSIUTG s f . .J-.v tJ. - fjfLjH iitsLii.iitU k-t.iK'JJri 3 .it. ..- a "tr.s t"s. - 1 rt - sis ..iv.J.v Jjsi Ur j.C2TXi s ff5 The town lias f-xcellci-t Ft.chd y, three c!i u rclics The building islmpo tesclters are Ihoroueii o: nil li.tir v.oih, iislietl reputation. The litciiuy st cicty the te.-cher, Coi respotidence solicited, mhJi c.-s, 8 11) 4m. P. W". AUSTIN i iz av i v s t i I ; ; laiiUiJ, tin i P tl it Finest brands oil hand. Ills ami JE .A XSl. a t l in T i il M f 5 t; :l U I ill IJi-lJ KiUil 1 IllsJ i insd Tor p J T r'o! 1 ,11 A p.': AIJALXM ALii-A AAf fi. W-A di A AAm A.ilJ.L I a .Jl.feJAi 5 f m t. f.r.U- r- :,j i, ,o fl -d 'A M V' ri ? J '.j (13 AND DEALERS IN PICTURE FRAMES. OLO"V13R-PO . k. Jt-u.s )cned its Tali rVITl()X$Jto$.' per nwnlh JiO UlV). Cheap. Tliiri Aead.-my i.s t.i ao'.iniiiy l.c.M-A o o.ii' - North w.v t d' Toon wel tii-jdi; 1 with Ghd, Ci. m l.s M:os. m:! dn-r nntss'iry npi-nntii. J'lt e Irton the i.'i;mfo,d iidiie i.es i whi.-l.'M oi.d r..iiio;.d low.-..". rAcc mi till-i. Am viven to iie.r:.! A . i ! o.o n Coir, omici,t v solicited. A i .'IjI.L.'t ?, 1I0S2-:. V: hicijuU 'iodnj; ii;:iN' Ura lure f.rr:itts.I JOiiN fAIAEK as -j -i -c r. cj V.',r. I)i;r,av:nit. Tri T": TT ' A "tr lAv Ail ro f : ' t ' i'A. . vc. Af :. Aii i ' cx ,r tM -(Oi r I ? i. .'i 2 tA vi I wili not SB.' :-r hasVs Wcii r-f. a. La - J. IXKtK, -l-'riiifipa, August 80, 1880. "ST n r S i i ' -5 H n ? a n a f i m si i 2 s h, a "'trs 5 Ii V -I "a D fli 0 'JP Monday, August, 1888- kJJ, tjkjJL --4 -.j ..i. XLi e.Jt Stt i-A Iu O lU and CCKJTWUE 0 MONTH -3 C to per mcrxtli' px-od hcallh, iuht ';div mnihs, r.iitl uiii'i al.iiii'huitly I urn i.-lie. d. Tho '1 here erf three ti acln is td CMtah v.'dl be given elocutionary drill hy W. A. II. Mel ) A ?I KL. 1'rin. Grniitl d tinctidii, Tt:nii. i a m M si a v t ! K h mi in; jiii-ll of Lirpaors always Saloon is orderly iu.st-ciass stylo. ft id? ? Ills u I Co'tsniry Uil bM. Produce. rt-:i H Ji H A P m rr'i ,?"Ts -r-K. mim ii -4 RT ..... 1 -- -. 5 Tenii, I'.Iy, (JIB. a rci.nd er of cur firm to iLt? from raarca T. .1 .11 - r- tie! -ii"iu.i.. t'. J I f V!fT L"IK XLLLL'. .1, E. Manic. Martin Kt lN-V, n A' "! "1 f (O "1 Uftf-i A i' ..' t r; 'ii '1 Jlifii!iiM (AAt-i-' ii i . trs''fc rs'. i-sj?'i i.o ii 10 t Ta RMlJ F7m ec in,''!ilhulW'i't'Via'-'''r :u,i t itm WWtaL I O 1 . d-.K-firc e-t 4. 1 1. 'A ha & LV on it, rout r-(.j--: , 3in;! fs, . . . .. 1 1 .,.... , r ..'r.o.i-. - is.- ti , v .;i ;,i ve 1-5 .-?.- l:-.:;itt Nil n a.. .. .. - U i