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i EDGBR Batohelor'a Hair Dye. Paper ! Paper ! Paper I triuiiiM A. V. DU PONT fc CO. 4 MaiafMiniwri and WholaaalaDaaUri. LonLirlllet Xeatitki milW HI'I.KNIHD HAIR DYK H TIIK 1 baal In lli world. Tho i.uly Irue and per foci dye. llarnihu., r I ! and inatania- dl.MI,tititllltlll rldlUUhlls lull. or unpleasant odor. Ileuiedio. the ill enact. of bail de ami washes. I'ru.lure. la.m.l 1TII I aupcrb al.ua m ltl Kil. all . and Ium iba hir 11 . e" r m tirvi,1 laeg.nuiae.igaod W. A. Hat-hid. .r S..1U by all liru.ac.ia. l'U. U'n iiii-iin, til iv. u I'miTifi'ir. N. Y City Offlelal Journal. LARQZST CITT CIROTTLATIOir. Fifteen Cent Per Week HAIR OYI. PUBLIC n 8PRINC3. swaym:'m Mammoth Springs! (UUI(eSulibur ml Iron Spring:!) I I'LKAHANT AND KCoXOMIOAL Sl'M A . i i II -... . . Ur lll,UI, Hi ........J, MIIWMVi eleven mil) east nf Pan. and three anil a half Burlli T hpringvllle Depot, on the .Memphis and Louisville rnilrtiail, in hearing of the pas senger trains, linly sis hour, from .Vtaii,liia a eaorinng riu-enti ei.teu ironi L,ouuvuie, with no cUtim of ears or baggage. portal f tar by ml I mail I a All iimnri irain aaaaiipiiiiav JteMllaia; lirraa nutl I u Irruirdlalo Inwiin. Purest and copious Whiln Sulphur baths. OiMii nishla and mi miMuiiilo bam reuuirrd. Fishing, bunting ami boating naar. llaeka uiaal (ba Morning trains at hpringville, by a bail? fill" nwl-fifty luinmea ilriva. No rholera at Sulphur bprinrs. Hoard a good at the country allorde no "alyla" to pay fur- par day. 1-1 ir week, 110: per niuntii, arvanla and children undor tall yaara old. half ria. Daily mail and cipruas othoea at hprlDgvill lor me Pprinir. ".uurra. mote, WYNNS A CO.. Proprietors Sweyna's Mammoth Spring., or to tliair cere, nt-nw lion Aqua Springs ! fpilK ABOVE POPULAR SVMMKR RK- 1 ort, under the management oi nir. w. a. Itobinaon. of Nashville, Tann.. will be open lor tb reception of visitors on the 1Mb init. Board, prr tnonlti, It r week, ll pair day, '&. Children and r twelve yean and servants, half price. pecil rates to large lamilies. Kicursion tickets via Memphis and Louis ville railroad, from Memphis to llurn'a Mo tion and return (distance two hundred mile!), twelve dollars. Comfortable conveyances at Burn's Station for the Springs, iintnedintely upon the arrival of traini. Sleeping carl lhTram" 1 Mom phis at S:2S a.m. and 4:30 n.in.. and arrive at lfuru'sfcitationnt2:!S0p.ui. and 2:.Vii.hi. ... Kor further inrormauon . , , Boa quSpriogi, via tturn'i SUtiun. Tenn. MONTVALE springs. I1HISFAV01UTK SUMMKR RKSOUT. SIT I inlml in lllounteounty. Eut Tennemee, will be opened lor the reception of visitor on .1,. I.Mh if Alav. 1H7.1. and maintained in a Style worthy the patronuireof adincriminatin iuoIio. ine luaracu ueimnriiu rruuiiiiwiiwim- bdi tua uae oi inefo waura m iuiiuuubw Branxeuienu of the Liver, liowel. kidneya and Skin, and the cure of chronic dineatea, atteKt Bibeir medical prepertioi. All the aseeieoriel Aor enjoyment and recreation at the bent wa ll - ' : i. e. A u..- at. erinit piacea win ub iuuuu uuiw ention will bo given to tho comfort and iia inivement of Invalid", vi.itnra Miintraln nocoiFarllv rail over She Kat Tenneee, Virginia and Georgia ailroad, making thccity of Knoxville, 'len- ienHeef ft point; menoo via nnoxvma nuu 'harleaton ratlroiid to Mnryvillo. (ixteon iiilci, whence paiwenironi are conveyed in nail atagea, running in cimnoction with the I., tha Snrinira. nine luilua dintant. .Ketarn ticket oan be obtained at all prouii- entpomu. uoARD: r day. I 5" S'erweek ? S J'er month, May and June...... jo 'er month. July, August unu noinomner ou no Children undor ton icara of age and colored ervantx, half price. iv. h.va knaii fnrtnnnta thin year In rather- ng a atore of clear ice. ao that gticKt may be ully supplied. AUirKn, lor ni" iiuiui'oivi 'outlining aniilyai" and diwription of tho Ivater, etc, un. if iviiu, i rop r. JM Montvalefipringa, nam xennemee. M0NT003IERT bvHITK SDLPHUR SPRINGS, VA. IIIIIS DRLKJ HTFIIL WATF.RINa PLACE I .Ml li niM-a fr the reception of visitor n theHK.si :u vc jmb . Extenxive addition" of new furniture have een added, and the proprietors are making very arrangement lor tho comfort and convo ience of visitors. . m. ...I.- 1. ....... .Cut nnH aTtancivnlv lnis m luo Hitiri uwio" inproved of all the numerous wiitonng places n the mountuinaof Virginia. All tho nsual ppliances lor mo nra mi ; ...r....r.. he guestn are provided, and fcxoress. lickot. 'oat ana roicgraim unice uo.-. The Kar will be undor the iuuuagcu.ent of hornton A. Atkinnon. and will be supplied itb the best of liiiuors. 11 1 O TUNNEL, ft. ,.. V. and Tenn. division of the A. M. V I n la tlia olulton ut whinh vnu take . mlV fo'v the Springs-distant 1 miles. . Hound tr.'P tiket un, b lrocurod at all tho tincipal tov. ",'":.. .... ,u. ' A Till Hi "r Jni-i "iw ,nt Partner of tho Allegheny Springs w.l , offorS to ndur t.'ioir stay pleasant. Wo onoVe to have none b.nt the mostexporienced rvn.? and o?r iiPP.'i "f vcry deacrlH :rwninbr.elo0c"d'fr'Um the b..t :th.ntry akeittne .ttatlliiK Waleirlnp Pint.-" ,Ja lb Mounlaius of Vlrflo.". . I ...... i;n. u io lm- ti many naiurm .nrl ornamented aa to render thuf earn- liratively an easy task. . We employ none out im mra. hf"' , rvants. and eur ay-"" of every desorip - -ill beralaitod H the best tho counuy IE RMS $2 M) per day! 116 por week : 50 . 1 ! l .U r,t limn Sill l.hll- ten undet ten anU over two years old ana "MWK WILSON 4 COWAN, Proprietors. Clerks: C. M. Obenchain. Win. Wade and in. K. Rose PERFUME. iiiperislialble Fragrance. ' MURRAY ! .Vaf V rKI.EBRATED lorida Water, fhe richest, most lasting, yet niest dolieaU of all pertuuies, ior " ADHKRH1EF," Al IH ...... aid In ttae BATH. IAa there are Imitations and eounterfeita. . r . L-l .: 1 . tl'ola.ainich has T . bottle, on .he lb.L and on the IimphM. e name.oi munan kieh none is genuine, tor sale by all per- mers. arugg.su . u. .- --r , RAILROAD. ADUCA1I & ME31P11IS itiViritovr. pen ior rrngai r-m- - Transe asiwrca nw-ai. vS AM AFTER VONDAT NKXT JTNK )Vir" tram. .H di,ly aaday. lodadl natwaaa ocir-.. . 7-rtl a m ava Cevingtnn rive at Mauiphis... are MrOM'his rive at Covington 10 Mb a. - .m ?: p.. Train.. a. -in.Mr-pbi. .1.1. 1 Lb I K. Surcn.l-ndcel. K. Mo-.iaiT. ..rnlukM Ageat. m, vol xvr. PUBLIC LEDGE1L milH M'TII.IC I.RDllKIt m H'l ILISIIEII 1 wary aliaruoon (exoopt Sunda ) at .No. U JUauiaou .treat. The prat.ir Linaai Is served to city ml crl bcr. by fuithlul carrier, at FIKTKKN Ch.NTd I'Kll Wbl.K, payable weakly to ma carrier.. Ilw mail lin a.Uannalt Una Ve.r. fHl six month., 14 1 three month., 12; one month, 7j eenu. Newsdealers tnpplled at24canU per copjr. Weekly Public Ledger, Pnblihrd every 'J'nerday at 12 per annum (in advance) elubs af Dva or inure, II &U. Cnianiunicatlons upon lubiecta of general Interest to the public art at all times accept able. Rcieoted luannscrlpti will rut ba returned. KATES OP ADVERTISING IN f)AILYl I Irst Insertion ...ft no per square ... (W " ... S mi " " ...4 M " " ... () " " .. 7 50 " " Hub.equent insertioua.. For one week ..,. For two week... For three weeks. ..... For one niiinth.... RATES OK ADVERTISING IN WEEKLY: First Insertion tl AO per square Subsequent insertions 50 " " Eight lines of nonpareil, solid, eonstitute a square. Slsnlayad advertisements will be charged according to the apAi g occupied, at above rates there being twelve lilies of solid type to the inch. Notices in local column Inserted for twenty cents per line for each insertion. Special notices Inserted for ten cents per line for each insertion. To regular advertisers we offer superior In ducements, both as to rato of charges aud manner of displaying their favors. Notices of deaths and marriages, twenty cents per line- All bids for advertising are due when con tracted and payable on demand. All letters, whether unon Duaineai or other wujo, must be addressed to K. WH1TMORE, Publisher and Proprietor. A REPORTER'S REMINISCENCES. IntereatlDK Kminlaeencea of Einl- nenl Ken. At the annual d'muer of the Law Ste nographer's Association, of New York, Mr. Henry M. Parkhurst, in responding to a toast, aid: " Looking back over a professional career now exceeding a quarter of a century, many pleasing in cidents crowd upon my memory. I re member the fourth ol July excursion to Marahtield, to listen to Daniel Webster. Seated with him in the rear car when the coupling broke, and the locomotive with the rest of the train dashed on with out us, I remember consoling myself with the reflection that wherever the rent of the audience might be, what Daniel Webster might say I should be there to hear and report. 1 here is a curious circumstance connected with that very Marshiield speech. It was reported independently by Dr. Stone and myself, aud either ol us could at that time have written nearly or quite one hundred and titty words per minute. While the reports agreed almost literally in every other respect there was an apostrophe to Lord Ash burton, occupying two or three printed lines, which we gave in entirely different language. The reason was this: Web ster broke out so suddenly and rapidly in that apostrophe that I almost dropped my pencil in my astonishment and lost the commencement of it, while Dr. Stone dashed on until he broke down, taking the first cart of it. In the meantime I recovered my equanimity, and took the last part. Mo tout although: tne ordinary rate of Webster g speaking was less than one hundred words, thore were oc casions when he far exceeded one hun dred and htty words per minute, f re member the manuscript handed me by Rufus Choate, from which be had read a brilliant political speech which I bad been called upon to report, because no printer could read tnat manuscript; ana being compelled to throw it aside after vainly attempting, for half an hour, with the aid of my notes, to discover from which end of the manuscript he had begun to read. I remember, tu the Sen ate of the United states, the dying sneecb of John C. Calhoun, the torn pro mine speech of Henry Clay; the boast of John r. Hale that the ties oil farty had doubled in numbers, because at the previous session there was but one, andJ now Ltt.ere were two ana i remeuiuer Mini; thai new South Carelina Senator, Barnwell Rbett, perhaps not on the same occasion, burying himself in a newspaper, lest ka fhould appear to be listening, but soon, overcome hv the eloauence of Mr. Hole, iirst lavine down his newspaper, and finally removing his seat for a more convenient location.., 1 remember tne grave an- nounceefcU pf Daniel Webster to the Senate, when frr.anident Taylor lay at the point of death, Utat .digestion of the brain had commenced. IrenteLvfcer the acene when Senator Foota stood near the President's chair with a drawn pistol io his hand, waiting the attack of Sena tor ii.nt.nn, who, drawn bwhind ft desk, and held tiiar.e by four stalwart Western men, two oo eiti. Jjnd, thrust them all aside by one vigorous moCon and called upon the assassin to fire; and I reuie bcr Jefferson Davij, a little after mid night on the 4th of March, advancing on the President's desk and demanding to bo sworn into the tuw Congress, upon the ground that the tertu of tlis) sitting Congress had expired, kicking a apilLcon out of his way with the same impetuosi ty with which he afterward kicked the Constitution itself out ol his way when he desired to be iwomq put." T. W. Higgiaaon, ia one of his essays, gives this hint to dinur-tbje orators. If most people talked in puMia a they do in private, public meetings would be more interesting. To acquire a conver sational tone, there is something in Ed ward Hale' theory, that every person who is called on to speak let ns say at a public dinner instead of standing op and talking about his surprise at being called on, should simply make his last remark to his neighbor at the table the starting point for what be says to the whole table. He will thus make sure of a perfectly natural key to begin with, and can go on from this qoiet, "As I waj saying to Mr. Smith," to discus the gravest question of church or slale. It breaks the ice for you, liki the remark upon the weather, with which we begin our interview with the peraon whom we t have longed two Tear to meet, thin ning io this way, at the level of the earth' urfare. we can join hands aid rise to the clouds. Bin in the rloods as some of my m't esteemed friend are wont to io and Ton bar to art down before rrsuhiiig tie arlh. MEMPJIIS, TENN.: TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 12, road Lovo. The Charleston (South Carolina) Cou rier and News, which occasionally louche upou queer topic in a quaint sort of way, inquire why it should be a reproach ta be called a secoud-haud swain, and goea on as follow: The title i a patent of nobility token that the possessor I desperately in earnest. It I ft sign ol courage: proof to) perseverance. Nor can it b raid that new thine are always the best 'J'htit dnpends. we know, on the quality bf the article; whether it i made to sell or made to Inst. Many a second hand thing, although somewhat battered and bruised, it more highly prized than its tawdry, flashy neighbor, which will fall to pieces as soon as any strain is put upon it, Repairing broken heart is seldom either expensive or difficult. Horrible but true. How often does man marry tho wo man with whom he first fancies himself in love? Adam did it. There was only one woman in existonce. since tne Adamitic age, where is the man who has married his first love? It is not in na ture. Boys are slower of development than girls, and their lirst essay is gen erally with a charmer older than them selves, luey grow out ol it; take slight attack of love as they take whooping-cough and measles. It is fool ish to say that the mature love of a man is less worthy than the spooniness of the boy. There is a Dora and an Agnes in wcllmgh every life. Is the first novel or the first song, or the lirst poem, as. likely to live as the ripe production ol later years? Mot it. lbere are men who became famous by a single speecli or by a single verse; so there are men Derharjs. who nave had out one love. There are not many, and 'tis bet ter so. The world would soen come to a standstill without the help of second hand swains! Aa Expenalve Beveraure. The city of Bremen possesses twelve hoesheads ot what, according to certain calculations undertaken by the Neue Frnie Presse. must be the most expen aire bevernire in the world. The town purchased in 1624 twelve hogsheads of Hudesheimer at MU gold tnaiars eacn. These were nlaced in the municipal eel lurs, where they still remain. At the end of next year these hogsheads will be 250 years old, and will, reckoning the interest on the original price at five per cent., have cost 7110,680,000 Prussian thalers. The waste ot wine irom evapo ration is always estimated at five per font npr annum: there remain, conse nuentlv. onlv 465 bottles of the original supply. This annual loss has been made up by means of old wine found in the cellar. Calculating the price of a'bottle of this wine at one thaler only, the 216.000 dottles which will have been thua added hv the end of 1874 will be worth 3,427,920,000 thalers, granting the ims rate of interest, five per ceut. At the end of next vear tile twelve hogs heads thus replenished will have cost 4,218,500,000 thalers, giving an average of 241,132 thalers per bottle. The hogs heads are not, however, all of the same value. They are filled up on a system by which the wine added must, in the course of time, oass through nil the eleven hogsheads before reaching the last, which contains tho oldest and most orecious liauid. each drop of which, reckoning a bottle at 1000 drops, is now worth 56,000 thalers. Caring for a Umbrella. An incident that befell a recent trav elor on a New Hampshire railroad, is thus told bv the I'ortsmoutu uuronicie " He had occasion to eet out of the car at New Market Junction, leaving his umbrella lying across the seat he had vacated. Returning, two picely dressed ladies sat in the seat ahead, and as he resumed his sitting one of them said, ' You may pass me that umbrella, if you please.' He replied, Is it your umbrel la, madame?' ' I will take charge of it,' said she. and the accommodating gen tletnan passed his umbrella over to the lady. Then a pause. ' Now, if you please,' suggested the gentlemen, ' I will trouble vou to return my umbrella. It's a silk one, and a good one. I paid just $10 font, and I d dislike very much to nnrt with it.' The nasseneers by this time had become interested in the con versation, and, as the una'urella was re turned to its owner, the lady wno naa shown such a peculiar interest in it was observed to liusn deeply, wnue tne owner regretted that he had found it necessary to rebuke her." An Arils. r KryeuK). It is always pleasant, especially in ex treme temperatures, when we are all more or less irritable, to relate a bitter or disacreeable anecdote. Here is one: Horace yernet, having finished one of lu 6 ares of war, asked uros to come and gee the picture, and give his " true opinion." Qros came and looked at the " charge of cavalry." " Why, your charge will not do much harm; your horses have only two legs each." Kxit Gros, delighted, as everybody is after ""in? an unpleasant thing; but lame j"ustiffo taivC p1 ru8D one dBT caught Qros on tne pd.l, aud lull fci"- P painted an allegorical picture, and asked Veraet to look at it, Vernet canrn "What is it meant to represent?'' "Weather," explained Gros; " what do you tiling U ilf U u uu weaiucr, replied Vernet, putting of, W,i umbrella and walking out of the room. Dorlon, the noted oysterman, who disd a few days go in New Vork, kept ft register wi;eria distinguished visitors were requested to record their name, and on this Hat are to be found the signa tures of Horace Greeley, Charlc Dick en, Williasa liakepeace Thackery, ArtemusWard, Charlc rjumoer, Benja min F. Butler, Charle Kean, Charles Mathew. Gustavu Vanghan Brooke, Recorder Gurney of London, Daniel E. Sickle, 8enator Broderirk of Califor nia, Senator Stephen A. DougWu, and core of other equally distinguished. Oie of the latest invention i port- able traveling be J, which can be rolled op like a shawl in a cylindrical package ome two Icet long. It consists of a light hair 'aattresa, including (ingle or double air pillows, a fine woollen cover let, ft camp-ul, aU-aohaaesjt and roHi (' alaptir.g the matlreaa a hammock, and apparatus f r fllir.g the pillows with a.r. The Cunani atcamer Olmpui, on her recent homeward voytg from Boston, encountered ft heavy squall when two days out. It was at night time when the squall struck her, and she shipped heavy sea over her quarter, carrying away twenty feet of the rail, and one of the quarter boats, besides deluging the saloon wih water, grently to the' con ternitlion of the suddenly awakened passenger. Some of the officer were wusIuh! from their bunks, and there was a general smash-up of crockery and fur niture in the cabin. HOTIL. ANTHONY HOUSE LINDLEY & WHIPPS, rKVFRIETOKN. LITTLE KOCK, - ARK. rpllIS IIOTKL IS NEWLY FITRNISIIKD L throughout. The table will be found in ferior to none in the Ka-lern citie. i'ersun. visiting I.IUW nnrK cun nave meir uaggage chocked to the ANTllON V, on application to the hagiratfe inaler on train. r We employ no runners. lliia ia the onlv first-class House in the Htiitc. 71 t S.T-1860-X. Hantatlon IB PUKELY A VEQETABLB PItHPABA TIOTf, compo.od almply of well-known ROOTS, HERBS ud FRUITS, combined with other properties, which in their nature aro Cathartic Aperient, Sutritloua, Liuretle, Alterative and Antl-bilioua. 'JTie wholo ie preserved In a .uffl. Cli nt quantity of spirit from the S1UOAR l l.VK to keep thou lu any climaU, which, nukes tne ILAITATIOI FITTERS one of tho most dcnirabio Tonic and Ca thartic in the wo.-la. They are intended strictly a a. Temperance Bitters only to bo U3"d as n m'-xUclno, and always a corrlm ' to ui7cs..cr.: n.ov aro thj al:c:S;r.chor oithe feeble ana dcbiii'st d. They u-i uro.i 0 dtaesued liver, and stimulate to ctu-t a Ccr.-o th; tr.h.'althy aelion is at onoe bro;igbt . bo. t. a lvnu-dy to wbieq W'ouicr. uro ispoois'.i)- ccbjcct it la super, scd'nr: ovory ottu r t-tiu-ijuut. As a Spring u n. I r-unuMu- 'i-iio they havanoequat They are a mUd rnd cc;'t;c Pur!aUvc well as Tonlj. Iliey nurlfv ..; u ojo. iin-y -r ph'ndid Appetiser. T:iry-'iiiothowcajstrong. Theypuriiyand luvi(joi.-.te. They euro Dys pepsia. Cnmt'ro.t'nr. sad Ilcadarho. They act as a 6pociun iai.il ri-.cir'o cf disorders which undcrniinn the brvlily ttroacth and break down thcinimjl spi-i:s. Derot, 53 Par!: Place, York. Gift EiiTERPnisE Ttaeonly Reliable. lft Ilatrlbaloa $50,000.00 IN VALUABLE GIFTS! fO CE IJISTl'IBrTEP IX JLi.. 1. S;-VES lG3d Regnlar Monthly GIFT ENTERPRISE ! To be drawn Monday, September IS, 173. ONE GRAND CAPITAL I'KIZE. !", OOO in Gold! Two rn;ortlooo"j tirn is One family rrriir) 'nd matrhrvl l.nrft with filver-itJAunteJ harnfw, worth $1 m. On hrM ar.J bustT, with ilvr-niont4J (iiroccr, worth t'-U. ((n fin-trni r'Mwooti ino, worth $ Vive Umly Mini m chinet W'-rtk it-eh. fid d d iiivr 1ct hanl.rif waUhei (in 11. wortb frutn lJU to i tDrAch. Isold cbftiiu, tilvww&r clrT. etc. U hoip number of i'JIi. 6,0 TickeU lin to .'. AGENTS WASTED TO 5ELLTICLETS, U w tutu literal prcuiiumi mill be pud, bivzli tifkpts. tl: Six tickets, 15; T e!ye, 110; Twenty-five, 1 20. ClrTi!rpi rnt:niD full Iit of i-rire. ft d n,-t(-. of the Btnntr of irW!T.. ui t-t informal." ia r fcrar to ibf I.trib will te vnl to lif one ftrJi-jiBf Lia. A H B,at be Jii'es-. ! M s. i-rrx-i. A. . I-1 N It m S, 101 W. Fifllt IU taelaii. O. s V,; 'V-v- . ;" - 2 'Sui CHEAP READING. A 36-Column Journal. The Weekly PUBLIC LEDGER! rvBLiNiiED rvr.BT TUESDAY MORNING, $2 Por Annum THE BEST NEWS. LITEUAUY. Miscellaneous Journal In Teunewieea Term ot Hubsoa-Ipttona 12 per Innum, Invariably In Advance -Biis ,Pc. aii4 (ra. llata of A.dvrtlatn U 00 pr aar (or Tint IaMrti. to M ' Xaa lkwiat IaMrtiaa. " mm- All MBaaaieatioa On 4 to steal, k d- E.WHITalOKE,ribIUkraai Prop., 11 HavtB tManIUw 1873 NO. 141 PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON IIlIC J IS N TJ OF III I'll W. -. CAKKINUTOM, Free Idea. IS. J. II AKTftOOH, ftrrrs -?. Asset and lomlnient over $,5(M,(I00. Nunlirr or roliclei OTer 17,000. D1V1DKNUH IdX'I.AKKI) ANNUALLY. PLAN MUTUAL. ALL C AH II. llltANC'll OFKICK, 5 l-'J U. L. UKNNISON, President. J. J. BUSBY and J. A. (J. h. lleonUoe. A. M. Stephens, J. J. Unsby, U. V.Hauibaut. John Johnson, J. N. Ware, . . n h... An uJIriM Kaasssisierw u. is. i uuim iun, in. v., n,j,rnin.un,)i.i. M. B. TREZEVANT, Covksilloe. tXTA.YtV c HPOTSWOOD, General Auontsi. i'4t Advertise in the HOLLY SPItENGS ItEPOllTEIl ! T II Rest Advertising Medium In North Mississippi. A IlVERTISEMKNTS PROMPTLY INSERTED, jyjjjjja, A ,... A . Editors ! Prnprlelvra. Holly Spring., BiJaa. if Only 50 Cents per Bottle. It pramatea thet.KOWTII, PUE.XEKVKH the L'OLeM, rrd lc..r ib lr and UEAL'TY of the 1IAXU. nm TmuTT Team tnn l.tnft Kirnimoif ia Tun Haiti mmt nrat place,! in the market hy f roleaaor K 'I homaa Iton. a arailuateof PnncaUna Collwe. The aama I. d.md from to. (traea. 'KATUBO'aianitrina Utrl.n", fir(..Mr.ifll-. ar Tlia laor it haa rocei.ed. and th. popu larity It hA. obtained, la unprecedented antt lncrf IWjT ltiaarjaaaahaOKOWTaadbAirrr of tho HAta. It I. a dellahtlul droMinf. It rdiote lclmrT. It pravenl. the Hair (mm tunnna arar. keep. Ihe head oool.aud (ivea the hair s rich. iuuy appearmnoa. It 1. the aAMR in llCAKrmr MdgrALlTr it w. oer a OUABTKBof a r.a- K'.TuSiy'iinyVf.T.r"o?en: 1 7omaii's Glory is Her Hair. W LYON'S Aathairon THE MILD POWEE M 'iS H u N MOT tjm . -a ciXf 1 II CM Pn BET 8' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST ample experience, rtn cntiro aucoesa, Simplo, 1'i-uinpt, kthcient aud Hclialila. They are On only mediciues pert'eetly adupte.1 to popular use so siiaple tint muttiilcce eiiunnt be made In nalnar them I so hurmlesa aa to bu true from duneerj anl m emVient as to bo alwav reliill''. U'hey have tho liigheat conimftnlution Jithu all, and will always reiukTKitiyiuciioii. Tice lu larbUiaruo-urucum inl, wi'h din-ot ions I Nob. Cures. Cents. 1, JVrers, Con?ctlon, Inflammntiona, . a. Wovana, AVinn 'evci', Vonn Oolio, . t, fry liiB-Collc, orTci'tluni;0' Infants, 40 50 60 50 0 50 50 50 50 50 60 50 50 ' 50 50 50 50 50 to ') 5U so 50 lilaurrnosa, vx t niiuron or auuiis. , Ityaentery, Ciripinir, Bilious Colic, . . C. holeraOIorbiis, Vomiting 7. Conicha, Culda, bronchitis . IVeuraleln, Toothache, Kneciiche, . . . . Headaches, t-i'lc Heiuhiclie, Vcitisti, . 10. Iysrpsta, Bilious Hloni uh 11- Mupprcsaed, or Fuiurnl Periods, . . . IS. Whites. to Prof use Perioil., . , , . I. Croup, Comrh, Dithcult Brvathinir, . . 14. Malt Ithcum, Kryaqv Ina, ruptiuns, . 16- ItnninitisiT-hi'ii"i'cI'"ln-, K- Fever " '"' ira. iucs, E, I'ile. bluid or blitxllnff . Uplitualiiiy, and bore or 'WViik Eyes, . lu. ratairrli. Acute or Chronio Inliuenzii. SO. WhooptllK-C'ouull Violent Coughs, . it. Asthma, Oppressed Brvatliin?, . . . 32- Kaur lsiacharirea, Iraimired Uenrlnir, . 53. fierofula, Knhined Ohmds, Bwellmiri, , 54. tleneral llebilitj-, rhysicnl weukaM . 55. Irop.y and fciainty Hocretinrtit , , . . rut UM-vlj.lrn.iH. tHii'lrnefta rixiiii Hldinir. 60 60 60 a. VIJ.H..IM.MU. vr..V-l. . . . . . sul Her-oui 'aetilUr. beiumal 'Weijtncsa, jo; l nu.rv ; - .... . . - ,V J.. a,--...-. f. ( l.uiiiro of 1.1 e 1 00 IT Kn.,.,..4 sr. Vitus' lMnce. . loo I S4. Iliphtherla, Ulrrnafd bore i'Jbroat . 5 5. Cliroulo CoiiReatiou and hruptions, 60 FiMILT CASES. Case (Morocco) with above 3lt larf-a vials and . -xi i 1 li-ol inn. . . . . BlU Uv Caae (Morooco) of 90 V Vials "d rtx.k. 6 00 rata or alnale do to r p- "itry. free of charge, ou rocelpt o brio a. Addrea Office arid IVrsit, No. S5 HnnAn'.AV, rs . or OMAQ MJT M viu"" And by II. C. Steever k Co., Booked st., corner Madinn; Andrew Keaiiert, U) Main St.; i'. W . V lKua, 187 fo;d( si., Meuiphis, Tenn. CHOLERA AKD IIOMEOPOTHT, Homeopathy Rained its first tr'.uphs and se. nra.1 nur lie recntnltion tit its nirnal cures of the Cholera in 1S.&J-3. , In every seceeilin nvaston it nas uiainuiuivu us repuiaiiuu. preventing and savin even wnen inner sys tems failed. No other treatment or system can even approximate its splendid results Its mild duses seein to act like inna-ic, and cure as no other medicine does. This is the xoerienee of more than forty years. Dr. Humphreys haa nrenared a case, of Cholera Specifies; three small vmll and a little book 1 simple directions, whu-n gives tne symp toms and treatment in full fur familieaor self treatment so that any person can use it bnta as prerentive and eurative treatment. This little case has been wonderfully successful in ureventin and curina this terrible disease. ana nmu oe in tne nanus oi every family or traveler. Privet Family case, three 1 os. vials nd bonk. 15: small packet rate, three 6 dr. lals. Is: smaller pocket cajie. three 4 dr. vieia. ti. K.1I1I h all drunixtj. IVM-n' TTIH 1 MEDICAL. OIIOLEUA. DI KING THE LASTTERRIbL imis tu.n ia En. land, the preventi ve trealm.nt of Dr. ao. Jn'aasoa ,now the aior Physiciaa the great Kina a Coiiega B.-rri.. m ,a ) wa aivrallr ad.rtad by Iba tac ky. Every tamil- ...ui nave inis racri.ti..a ie Ue .owe. It raa he raurai oaiekly by any ralcukle druiri.l wh.a wantaa. P" aoi apt ly in ine aaaek. who ad w-tiea in the pahlic Mi-era or iinird rour bealtk with their rem 1.1, tf,t ('" " car- eiarnhing. CJ.M wVs fr nK -IMl LDTRhVAlL. I'K b'V-Kwill aiail ttiis weil tried rce arrius oa ta 1st aMrw, o r-ipt af a fa f ona J -ular. Na. zt Bruad stre-t. ' rk. Rows 1. to. l-i-aod 11 Dave (gat remeved to thalt new. la foor-atory warahouaa. Ho. IU Mais II. n-t I j- IV C X MUX D, VA. JUIIM E. riWAHI". Vlre Frea'l. J. J. IIUFIiINK, -tea's fterretar v. MAD1HON HT Rl I J M I 1 1 1. J. K. DILLARl), HecreUry. LOWDKN. Vio Prasidant. C. L. Anderson, (loo. Mellcrsh, J. A. Louda 0. F. l'raacott. J. K. Uillard. r.U.Uarnu . . . .. I f ' I. I I - I 1 ft, . I v. NEWSPAPERS. IILLE.NA, AUKANSAN, Daily and Weekly World, BURNETT & BURKE, Prop's. A DEMOCRATIC, CONSERVATIVE Newspaper; the bestadvertisin medium in th State. An extensive circulation tbroogh all the rich cotUin-growIn counties. The sily Dally Paper (hat Pb llalaea Press Kepurta Outalilej or l.lttle Kork. That portion of the Ktate af which Helena is the capital, the eastern part, surpasses all the others in point of pruaress. Business men of Memphis, have a care; look to the trade of Helena. , Holers to Johnston A Vanne, II. Wide A Co., E. A. Benson. Hill, Terry A Mitchell. 5-f "RECORD," SEARCY, ARKANSAS, CIRCULATES AMONfl ALL TUB MER chants in the White and Ked river val leys. , Is the People's Organ. Memphis merchants will find this a good medium to make their business known to the country merchants In that section particu larly. Address JACOB FRO I.I CH, JK., 26-t Nsarcy, Arkansas, To Memphis Merchants. THE INDEPENDENT SOUTH, HOLLY SPBIKUS, .... MINN. A 36-Column Journal. THE BEST ADVERTISINd MEDIUM IN North Miss.issippi. Address il. W. A. P. UPKUAW, I3-t Editors and Proprietors. THE INDEPENDENT SOUTH Piblislioi at Holly Springs, M Is. I ono of th Beat Ail venial!! If cdlninH lu IVorlh HiNlHRlll. aar Memphis Merchants should not neglect to sdvertise in this'locality. fi-t The Oxford Falcon. rUIiLISIIEl) EVERY Fill DAY. OXFOKR, MINN. S. M. Thompson, Editor and Prop'r. Till) uannl Mia Bailnns fitrala lo aerletl tlirco uiaaihs lor 10. OXlXJRD IS THK KDIICATIONAl, AND business center of the Mute, having the Mute I niverlily, lininn Female College an. I other schools, and also the U. S. District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi, lo cated there. It is one of the Unrest ihipping points in North Mississippi, and is a pla-e of unusual business activity. L- THE MEMPHIS PRESSlfTERIAHi Rer. A. Shotwell, Etlltur. HUE A SIIOTH EM, rrop'M PUBUUflltD EVEBT SATURDAY. Office. 383 Mala (Street. arnrsii. tl 5 yr Aas. t tjiechicoFtim es BY CLYDE, GOFFE k 10. THK TIMES IS NOT THE DKST ADVKR. turn Bttlium uoJr ih tn. but Mrs bi mrfhAOtj anij all rtbn 1-firiKc Ui ia trodvf tb?ir bm tt prrui )t would d wrll t-o Jo thrwick r. unmn. rot. Ir. ieh and Lintla tftnti Krk. aa l bolirar and -riimrt' n pt.M !, JO PAPFR IN MEMPHIS IS A PKTTKR and rd of all T . n ,M-id. Waia rat, mp taj.ra, ia tarn tai.a.a W-f & W, ELEW 1 CO.