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kiStUEST B4D0BES 1VD PEAS.
The editor org ail readers to grow h erlie vegetable. They pny. jWell, Sauera See-ris are bred to nni Besn.tbev growandprosiueeeierv time. Stone ao early, ao flrje as Salxaer's. Try ilia radishes, cabbage. jas, beets, eu nunbers, k-nuee, eora, etc.! Xlonev ia It for yo. Salrer ia the largest grower l vegetables, farm seeds, g ra&sc -a, cluv ra, potatoes, etc It toc win. cc-r th orr asd cd to the John A. Eala-r Seed Co, La Cross. Wit, with 10c postage, you will iret sample package of ar!r Bird Rad ish (ready in 14 day) and their great catalog-. Catalog alone V: postage, ik) THE STATE JEG IbHTURE Spte'sl ! ,B' ( otnarreui Ar;ieil. Jj'kva, iaa. t:. aea laa-ncaa J-wli ' . at i r toi;:.t. Mr. Ciatnoa:. a siMnwur ot Mr. AiH-a un- Werves Pepead apoa lie blxi for sntwt, . whij is lanur tfter i4re improperly feJ and nervu ifsiraUi.a Klood's Sarsaparilla The One Tree Elootl PuriS-r. ri; frr. Hood 3 1113 .r( - mm KNOWLEDGE Bring comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly useo. The many.'who lire Ut ter than other" and enjoy life snore, with lest expenditure, by trior promptly adapting lha world's best products to jtha need ot physical being, wiil attest the value to health of the pate liouid Uia tire principles einbrai! in the i remedy, F-vrop of Figs. . Its excellence Is due to iu prewnting I In the form mart acceptable and plea nt to the taste, the rcfreshmjr ami truly beneficial properties of a j.rftct lax- itire; effectually cleansing the system. tuspeiiinir cows, neauaoliri and fevr and permanently curing constipation. ' It ha piren satUf action to million and met with the approval of the medirsl profession, beeu-e it acts on the Kid iBeya, liver and BowcU without weak 'ening them and it U perfectly free frora every objectionable substance. Syrup of Tim ia for sale by all rlrnjf fista in 5fc and II brittle, but it ia man- factured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only whoae name it pritikd on every package, also the name, rjyrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will nut accept any lubstitule ii oUcred. Cotton. With careful rotation of crops and liberal fertilizations, cotton lands will improve. The application of a proper ferti lizer containing; sufficient Pot ash often makes the difference between a profitable crop and failure. Use fertilizers contain ing not less than 3 to 4" ' Actual Potash. fcainit is a complete specific against "Rust" CERMAX KALI WORK" , ! Niuu M., Na. Vorfc. .aid aiT4 atisteajciu jtra ttan; Mo2t ,;, i of t (-t tai! ai at la -& . . oi sfr irvrei ta I a -a 10 :ie mja-j rf ls a-l.-oinisKal 11 aat.l M inlir. Nr. (r.i:, a M -a-T una, Mea:k4 t!w projo-t.n-.aeltaeaaie at taraiiai.ts.ir.op "'' I "tin ortf;a m-xtx-i wtaa rt !t.hb iiiws. a! . u-f timrt. Ira al.ari-a: h ra t ;! titU :ia I- raanai 3 .t: ; .tar ti.i a t ha pr.a a aeaarai tlut talo!U h'm 11 c -sin.: Ri M ai iat kiU fr aai . tin- Bay a:x!.'r ate ta hi.-(..vN bcv t,n- a. are tlw Ulir.-Jj iltriixitsil to 1 a tfM a f fi aL T-i- : ii taii.,1, m ft aurM!tt ballot r..-i ,. a ci,i, M .o-j :, L,mn , A a .. II- fe-r I , trgm 1, i;a, ac:t- Ktarfe taw mil. orwr r-uui u i ta, u m.ui a ai r..T.ii.-jl rBa-.j tin Its ; u It itiif riaiaaj o.sni amnaMiii isivri't u;.- arc rtrtint lb- Mil la 1U4 butiveaaiitj Ut eat.r i ate l Mi- ;p a Tb Wiuilt. Mr R- .rr. I Irate ol ix. (maatf .-r. iijj 11 account 11 N'kSra. a aecca: it m-. l i:e ii-rtLiiap . wnt l,l! Xn. . to r? Pjji Ff.n3iiiA a4 .mi ti'iin jh .1 il io i r.- - nitiiiuiM t:i- r-t' at toa-i(biTii aa r..-ttxi an a proiuoa (era ran.a. -nt ia ur a.i tc-u-:. . u .ij. r. fne m o toil ai thu W!l n ci nf iae " 1 - !:,at Ih tr-"f .l-.lt,.l.H iavnK.iaat that -jh rnfit ot tne t.,i teanatcil i v n,:B 1'1. Mr. f!iut a.iuiii br invt.iai "au-l taf a-i asf-r (6t aiK4 "awa." Mr. JI' IJ .110 18MI tf ISMrtiai tb .-ir. anniiater aaesiH hf ad ll!r a't-r th lioatue ..oIBi "tt ria'.)i iaiTpar ti4 t:a taw kai iea at iu l-r?- n auyr-ma-ijir .ii-:i.ii.,b ,4 a cumr, anv -t-m an ?' ' J cr i.tc ijf ii'j at any iiwa ra.uirnl to 1. 1 1 an i . ,r; i run at f - ta a t -rri . tS.:i br oceii j ii.tv ot a ii!.Hi-fj-a!:'r. ar.4 utosi C"Qt -t.'u .;u.t t j(ii,ivv hafi:,rf not Ins lima i aor iu ,r Bs Mr. Sral: h rue i u! ill f iu ft rr rrai i afipr the i -,r.niara ' aut iiiuri in lira ii)cr-..( in crl, -lam nua ruu:t ii tii.i.Ll iu le-itii 1. ali.ix toa t.o ora mru.i mi ia- h ii itai,no t Uw IT 4ivoa m t p,vdi Du fnni4i.-.i ,r. jinTi- tii- .u j , 1 ji,,!) ,,( jainti;lfV.-l .,r tl it ot tif t"ri-rcicrin;iiiHn." Mr. aikaer: 1 inn. in li t aa4 IVa iiim 11 1, r.i nu en area- paralcJ l j tuxvtil bouoUr en." HILU IVTK..M-. an .VD KT.TTRUrO. Hi Mr. Lw '-atbail: I-sro-n-i wctmatiMof t!i rie .4 , m i0 al i-rrvHu a ctra ) anr kaalnl tru-t or e-uuiDe 10 iwuur Ko I--- .! adi.ai :. Ii) lr liWlo: .H,C1 Wi nn IvlToJ tt t ne o! ia M'tMire i-j lite uic u( t. j i lo,, rinri i,'.-. or -h . ' tlj Mr. N.-i Hi. l. arrciKt we!nn nf the .J1.' Mr ""n: T" '"! the ln'.-rn! eom-in-rr? aril txnr lniiiv.s n,- bin-limi of l-iuuuas It n-fltc o M j-i.ri l. rjT r.n.i ox tniHi i:atDia trrt, .ii ,Dl,n .,, B:, MW , , ,a.f.ir .a,iiicni ..( pr;t la, ., BMB I ..I 4(m 1,1 CoiiM; In. aii.onnt of i.m. CMaif..iti,e yfi, ia,hlue rnra.-i h,i iib. v,iy ,!; (r. ra lut i-ina M una ail. a-M!ttitc!i f-oifwiril. Th ll. o Tbe rAxnii;tpnn ..f.i l'.!o: M.M.e bill So. l 1.. ..V......! in hnrean4 u uir..,!tiuf ,.., ,IBi '.li-i SOUTHERN CLEANINGS. OpCioaw aa DattlrgrU af tkUoh, The secretary of war has notiied tHe oEcera of "the SMIoh IiafJeSeld nsoeiatioti that the options heid bj taera on the lands of tLe StHoh ta:t!e- field euoid not be nsed by the g orera ment, owic to the fact that eon- irresa at the eioae of the last ses sion pav-ed an act p'-acine a limit on the amount of money to be fi paaued f.r lands on that battle field to ti."X One owner has asked the (rorernment .'5.ftJ for 1-") acres. Coniemnat:oa rro.ecdia?s weri !niti- trttej aa i lit jnry awarded him ?-.'-3. He wiil appa! the -e. A purchaiiu? ayeni nas coen ic-m cn sa.rv for one year, at a eot of f o to the jorers- rcent. ana not one auri has been Turei. l ciesa congress removes the restriction on the price to be psid, there r, i:i ht T-rr little land p-ir-lia.-,ej oa that battltfiel L The option i ex pire March 4. when the land ov.i ers will be at liberty to set their own prices on the land. far Klliiaa lilt Aaaallaat, Thomas B. Ponder, a member id the fire department of Saracnah. Ca., who killei t rank keenan, an ex-Srenisn, on Jane lat, was tried and loand fuiitr. with recomuendation to mer.-y, after four days" triaL Ki-ei n chsryed I'onder with harinff testified falsely ajrainst him at an investigation in which Keenan wadisehar?ed from the force. Ponder, hearing of Kecnan'a threats to iohim up. armed himself. While he was 00 duty at the fire headquarters Kee- oan went m and made an aasauit cn Ponder, whereupm the latter shut heenan tnre times, which result j 1 ia his immediate death. The jtidees inarsre to the Jury was strongly in fa or of the prisoner. Ponder wis sen tenecU to tlie penitentiary for life. He is the first white msn to receive this sentence in many rears in Savannah. His lawyer will ap?!y for a new trial, which will likely be prantcd. Valdala Arqillted. P. M. W. lUldwin, son of a Clcre- land (O.I millionaire, and a nephew of ex-l'nitcd Mates Senator Henrv I. Payne, was. at Jacksonville, Fia., de dared justifiable in killing Andrew Vouman, w ho was found in Mrs. Bald win's room at I o'clock on the morninf of June a, lx.. Mra. ltaldwin. whoha. been divorced by her husband, was the state's on!r witness. Mi r!aimH Vouman wa.s li!.-e one of the familr. having boanled with her and Baldwin a long time. On the ni'ht of the tragedy, her hudhand bcin-f away, she became alarmed and called Yonman to to ber room. Youman came and laid down on her bed. She said You- nan had not been in her room nore than five minutes when Baldwin walked in. Arkania Colonl.tn ays a dispatch from Birmingham. la.: One hundred and fiftr necroes. ncn, women and children, hive ar- i'r -in '1, ."". '"!' N" ' l,ioi4tiit lr Tnr im'.u-h iv;il am no i.lit. .... i--.iu i n.-ir.r au-i allermn to taM eia.ij j "::: ;"-. 1 (!, hi U14I It Dl) be t rr-..,H t-,t sti.iitiubAt iau4 lor Uk:; 1 He ramiKii-ee -ii a .rlniiture r-poriH oa the ii.iIii;i lorra, a Ii-n on ,jhu,iural l.-ii- f.i o.-riiii llir a 14 s.s. ivar tui:ii!) to cei- The Strongest Proof . 1 '-' , o the superiority of -;rZ2& Charter Oak Nwt-'fi Um (rts!a Uielr record of nearly V' ' 1 ' 611 ol a century. Othera Bart cone . , aad T. bat tbt . "io.l.!?Tiw!?i stlU with as. and RAWSJ ore popular thaa - s Z!LlnZ3VmJl ro- a llf U aomrs WUXl pome U 1 U .11 It . U ba maiir brvortl V ,:'PI I" rn .ia rar4r a Mar oor. It eao M 4a forouli a S. AA flm T artleia Inr lea mno-t Uia f- fjad J J Mows. II mux Pninpir, awt " aaJ. M, OUtmiwo ::ct. .7Ui5r','.k" wummiiis. iiiuna- swet Toa-n. Kirn Bnu saw T.P 2,tli!".ppL,MU,,0 n nsm on tti.-.m., m u 1 a ih. amai na. It .,M .tt. 71 ua, awkwtll aat HanSM. r OLD HATS ..A. MEANS.. K t airr-t. MEMPDIS, Tt-SJf. ,.r..-M. ,l, .,, hireOfllV- r. Iv tiiiii ricui irf uar I.ir enn.'v-i,- ...... . . . , ru lr) B .ii cr-'fw: lin n-it 1.4,. -in..t.ii.. d-llj," do .tM. iWa-li.. 11- .. I'trrinrv ." o nil nits. 1 i . e imr.iu.--l and n-f Tred a. foll'm.; o .ir. l lltin- 1 .......rf . 1 , ' ; v. . '", 1 " w-pe .. ' ;i'e .in w,iia iar.ua in b, ta.ii n:u'i-?d i-irMe. I.v Mr. Amlerun: To sulhorlie rorpora J 1,1 .'" .uaidiaa. ajui.uu:ratra am -!, Mrs. ,.'lfi M.,.'i!r',: ""! ll" e -d- In rtlatloa . ... .... 1 w iu re.- u ii ' Jf nl k.mwi Ira. hers. i..-..r -';,: '- ili'cuie ia rviitlonto ueVl -l". at inonaiLjf u:.itiu.Bl bj "rM White; Tosn-endthe rwle In n-ta b 1 Mtrvn"''fi V""" l'ua:jn;nt U; im By Mr. lolema is To amend the e!e so s to W-ner gi-atJiaria to have real e-ti't uud.r iears. i JU4'.r bwiw Itnu 1.mo tluw H Mr. Wh-titniif: To mead the cole in rf iii ab.lii. tim- of boiJini llrcuit touft id " liillll.tll eniinrv. H) Mr. rr Hi: toamenl the rude In Msiloa T Mr. Woribr: To r-pea! rhanter ri. heet a.-i ..1 i.wi .n.. . . . ..... . - ' LV. iuu.ia accruing irom sale -Mlh ro .nr. Niiveis: In rv.ri,i to boiindjirt lint beiivee,, M ir.on ami I irl li.ver euunlb : ) Mr. twiy: in relation to Im f iu.tice. j V i appr...r.ai Vitora) ;'. . 'c,ln""11 a special couomI for Lut M.s- H) Mr. Ilerrinir: To am-nd Ihe rode In tela, lion t-i juriMlieiivn and ijvr of biards of m fe'rviM rs. r.v Jlr.fn-llHd: To amend the codelnrela- ni.- r irtw a;Ki ii-iire.. Hf Mr. lal ni: Tua ne;i. the rod-in rsfer. ,tulerai' !,ltr fl' ia courts of j,i:i itue Mr. Arbo Introduced a re'o'vtif.n toapnro pmteK to I -an and d sinftct Uie u.,ui In biKiii up Uie old rarvet aad p.acin. a Be one. Tne rri'H mn a adored. . '" Pli---n.e, to lilt h'Hiie a memo rial Irum Hi- county stirintenden. of eduoa lion. In Hindi l trea?.-d t.it -c:l .1 s of ih.-i-ie rebnina to piihlie s. ii.,;,, si,. ,. ,,, maij,, c.iPi olili- memorial be print, d f..r the uv ni Ih- linine. Mr Itideiwool ii re, thai lb' tutorial bt r-ferrt-I loiliecoirm.iitL-e 0:1 edura L1? ". Mf- V"'i"n ! aaaln-t the I r ntiui. hile Mr, ( ... fare. It. as d.d Mr. A ialersoa: r.-ieirtu 10 me cuiuu.ltlec oa Tiu ineiiiormi education. I lie senate s nnounr1 and -!tnttled, I.leul -i.iiv. Krans tai ii,r- hi -cai in th swak' erseliair. Jlier.ll ot the xna;r nawahed b lK,""iVJ -rlt csiivl the r dlnf th houi-. liiairinao tai . sial -d Hi it tlW bl.ihs Of lilt jo, ronveul,.,,! . l,e plac"t In n. nnn it on Mia tt.,r. n 1 1; ! i'i",,f1,i?,ta,U ' "-iall rived here from St. Frinc-is eountv. Ark., to join a colony of about a like number of Alabama negroes, to go to i.ioeria, Atrii-a. The negroes gonn lor the auspices of the International Migration ancicty, of Birmingham, which has chartered the steamer t-aurda in Philadelphia. The negroes will start from the port of Savannah The crowd which came here had two ars of baggage in boxes, trunks and bundles. Objreta ta Ih Word "Reverend." Prfv. J. Manning Dunaway, pastor of (he Baptist churches at Acaomae C. II.. Hollies and Harborton. Va.. nulilishes in the last isone of the Peninsula En terprise a card. In which he requests hia friends not to use the title of 'T.ev- trend in addressing him. Mr. Duna way saya that he has given much studv to the subject recently, and that he finds the'word reverend" but once in the English Bible, and then it applied to Jod. The use of the wont in this Jountry, a a title of respect for all ecclesiastics, he thinks is w rong. Mobile Cotton Esport Trade, The revival of the cotton exnort irade via Mobile encouraged the own- rs 01 .Mobile transatlantic line to build a s-esscl especially for this trade. ma tnis vessel, the Mobile, arrived a that port the other day. She is th argest steamship that has reached .h lty wharves since the shin chaono. was completed. An Ana-aiita Cotton Factor, s. ... - . . nuu!ii, wa., a lew uavs airo. an ittaehment was served by the sheriff on tne warehouse of John P. Bones, a :otton factor. The exact amount of the liabilities are not known, bnt l 1. WMieyea will approximate S.V),00. r leming, 1 nomas & Co., bankers. Killed a Ii.br. In Lincoln countv. Kv.. a 9-rear-oU nun 01 J a vlor backev. a farmer. -.. iaiany snot by Charlie Woods, the )? rcar-om son of a neighbor. The latter was playing with an old min. and. not inowing it was loaded, pointed it at ne cniia and pulled the trigger. Shot an Inrendlary. Charles Bass, a farmer, of Halifax ountv. Va.. shot nnrl fntnli .,...i..j I. 11. Stanfield. who was iliKenroro.l l me act 01 setting fire to his stables. nuer emptying tbe contents of his ihotgun in Stanfield's IkxIv. he carrier! mm inio nis own houhe. MISSISSIPPI HATTERS. A M-raiea Colony. Ttere is a M.r.Tn cxlcsy ner Bat S' Loai whieli tea tc-ea Cjurlsainj ia a quiet wij for tso yr-an, aoJ b$ now reached quits rrspeetable dimension. They naa-bcr, ail toil about thirty soui bow, aai several accti;siots u the faith are ia prospect. It wasia October. 133. thst t"0 el ders (j.-ia hsTi aai Hjaiot if poarei io the tkin.ty aad b-r ssriaj the seeds of ihrir fait'a. T-ry reclined eat.1 Mirch, aai wtre su-;-cii. J Ly two a hereiier. who biptin-d ta E:si coa verii to ihe Ciun.hof tae Litter Dif Satan. Taoy coasisiei if a family of iire ala'.ts rts.iinj on the Ciiacsv.Iie road, a'-out Cvj milt frcs town. Th Up-U-n uo'i p'...-e ia Biyjj Pailip. TL foiioain; June two mre faa;'.i:t oiacd the caufeb, tf.ey resiiic; en Bayou Gaioa. Toere sen six p:-r.on '! and tby wer bap'.ia d ia Joriaa river. Otis on'.iy there tiers n;w ar .-essioas, unt 1 Bo thi cvlony naxiier about thirty o :ii. Tii.r present place of worship is a rrivt dneiiic?, but ibey have acquired a piece of latd at the head of Bito- Choctaw, and intend, ia the near future, to erect an cd;lico ia wn.ca l) ba a ibeir reiiioussjrf.e;. Sp.ciai to New 0.-:cir.s Pirajiiao. A lli.d af Eobb-ra Optarrd. Tte rinjltaderj f a biul of roubera r.i tj ttes were captured at Bif.ie Seld. Neshoba coumy, 3J tr.:l nonh- estof Mer.uiin. Tbeir 1 .ten cip'.ott was ths hoilin; up in rcguHr D.ck T-r-pia style of a man named Hanwn, aha was t.-ampin? thro-ay'i ih coun'ry, and horn they rubb-. J of $7 in money. Tee part.es arresied are Van Davis, a for mer dp-ity I'oited S ates nw.hai; Cal Pierce and Jjhn llous. Taero bavj b?n nutiieroiis roblerii's aai bursaries ei rcaatted in the lU'.ib-fi-.-id ncigiibor- bojd. and it is thought thi se o-.cn ar lar;)y r-spon nbU fxt lb ui. Ta did in of the liameuiate neijUborhool mido up aracn t!utneivs a aim c.I money toerapioy counn I t proscreui the parties, an 1 a co.nraiiwe wai in tbo Jity today in tbeir b.ha'.f. nrRRAn fob rEJfsnxTAsiA. The l.rniers of Fennvlvaaia are to be coczrtitulated. M. M. Luther, East Troy, Pa grew over WO bushels Sai ler's Silver Mine Oats on one measured acre. Think of it! Now there are thirty thousand farmers going to try and beat Mr. Luther and in $200 in gold: aiid they'll do it. Will you? Then there is Silver Kinir Barley, cropped on poor soil 115 bus. per acre in l?i'S. Isn't that wonderful and corn 230 bus. and potatoes aid grasses and clovers, foi!der plants, etc, etc. I reight is cheap to ail points. Ir voc will err this orr asd send it with 1 Tc postage to the JoUn A. Sai ler Seed Co, La ( rcse, ViF you will receive tbeir mammoth catalogue and ten packages grains and grasses, in ciuuing above oats. free. (g.) 'T:s U a sal occasion for ; o-i, sister. epsaveu ILe ieoifrler. "I aiiow it is," aa- eUtj ti.e w:d iw. -But It is a heaj) sadder iiS bi." lur...n;ipoiia Juurnab A law Tbal Should Sot It Ibsnc.l. It will bo a great mistake for tbo lej- Is'.aturo to ttnk any cbires in the la relating to the S'.ato ravt-nu" t' at and Ids duties. For years the legida lure w.-r.id to mako the law cunfoi the rcqtiirrmen:a of the constltut'oa. That has bet a accomplih'-d aid it is now w .rking like a cbarai. For the year lS.j Uoa. Wirt A lams, St,tc reva- nue g nt, coilocu d and turned into the Slate treasury 5),0-.'0 of bv.k taxe Ibecn.co paj j no apiary, ti.o revi-nun to the cob etur a'.l dc-pcnding entire pon tae aucccs iltbosuiia brouir Ceafncs Cannot Be Cur4 bv locil appiicutiona. a they incnct reach li-i u jeael Kirt-oa of ti ear- There is cuiy oa ir to cure tleaiaess. ar.d that is by corn-.imUoaul remedies. lafnes is caajed by aa inflamed cocdition cf the mo coi!s iitiinij of tt Euatavbiaa Vihen this t-.be ,-cia inliiuQeal vou Lave a ruEbiiLi sound or iifierle t bearir. acu when it is entiroiy ciosed i-Hfuea ia the result, ai d scless tba iflltammatii-a enn be taken out a-i-l this tai rtiitortJ to its nenrai crn diii a. heariDT wiil t tiestroved foietcr; ainecjsoa out of too are caused ty catarrh, w ilciis Botiiiig but an iifijmcd lOLCition tf the ai't- o is surfaces. Vfa wiil give One Hundred Pollars for any case of Iva.'r.os (ia..sed by catarthi tijis can no be i-ur.l ly Kali's Cattrrb Cure. ter.d firr:rcnlars.'frte. V. J. fnrsiT & Co, Toledo, 0. P"! I br Dnii:?!t. T3c. liaii Family Puis aie tho best. Tnrax wo;i! l Bnt be any abwlite reces sity for rxaerveif the wnrhl wervl onest; vet eveu then il would proie eiii.cLL cbenst. Le. Th Lift ol Cood stonursi Is ore t-f the met beneficent donstlons vo-l.'ini'e! to tis iyr.it ire. Ilowpfirnit i irroiy ub :-d ! Wbetlier lire stomach i n mira iy weak, or bus btca reoUcrcil to by i"-.;mi.ic;.r iu entii-.g cr drinkirc. Hostel, t-i- s ht.ir.iach llnters is the best 1 pent for Its restoration to via-or and atttvitr. Roth ("irestu.n and ai;ite are reniwtd hvthi fii.e boui--. whi. ii ttho ovcrvxin e rrnstii--tion. biliousness, malarial, kidney aud . mm a. c i." tW! Bxai, !idi d-leu ir- -. aty fc- whi ,turtl MISTER! YOU DROPPED YOUR m a Btrriii-TtTKixs are. for tbe most pai L b .t tiw n.iaJoivs of great truths Trvon ward. Frrs All Fits .tf-pped iwfcy pr. Kll-e Crtat N'ci-ve l'j-st.n-er. No Fits aft- r lirst nay's use. Marvemii. cure. Tre.nieand j trul brtiSe free to Fit cases, bend to iir. Kiiie, 'Xi Aavb tst, Ptiivic ihia, Fa. Tits man who ilrir.W. too nEo.-H .- 'j r-css.'til in hie, but be is t-oniuTuaUj to gctur.g .Uad. Lorua White WashiDg Done Evcrywiiere Clair ette Soap i - j v. 1 , : - 11A A ii U o v . , . e .rvey:-: t i - All washins' is nnf vrbito ; washing, as all soap is nottrfV V' iiairctxe. That bath-hr rlr: . . tint -when seen in clothes, al- ,"," ways proves that they are stran-1 " I gers to Clairette Soap. Try it V' "y, ;Sold everywhere. Made by 7 fiTHE H, K. FAIR3ANK COMPANV. :.--! - . . a - i " f - - A Mad Dog's Ron. A large brindle Hop. afflirleH wiib .vuropnonia. passed throtirrh the streets of Urenham. Tex.. Ih. nib... igni, oiling everything anH body in its way. every- ST. LOUIS, i Mlied lists and s ratal Fraras. TllO mi.l'ne Mn 1 . . ..j, , ,,,, causea icm noss to snoot rrank Meade and Job iiigginsm tarter county. Ky. Meade is aean ana inggins is badly wounded. Shot TThll Aiding a Arrest. ..A "''I'rille. Tenn., Policeman "alker was accidentally shot in the breast by Policeman Wilcox while they . 8 a jinsaner io jail. Murdered by Bobber. In Jackson county, Tenn.. burglars hanged Joseph Day and beat Mrs. Day's brains out with a club Wan. v,. would not give up their money. Determined to DI. Casper ParroTincini, a cabinet maW :ommittd suicide in Montgomery. Ala 'e was prevented from drowning him--lf, and cut bis throat. Will t's Bourbon. Miss Harriet Eichardson. of T.i- ion, Ky., will christen the battleshin Kentucky, t-he will use bourbon in stead of champagne. t annery Ueatrored. The Sceman canning factory at Bridgeport, Ala., . destroyed by flr, tlie other tyetilng, jun M the bMndt t4 iieppf 4 worij. j by the r-renue g.-nt- A numkr these suits are now pending, ml rLan;e la the law might result in llic- lefeat and a great luss lo the State. Li the la alone. Yi. i jo City Uitra'.d. Mrs. Mlrbael ( ant ur. .Mrs. M.cbacl Caatone, an honort and respected lady if Brookhaven, di Ustw.-ck. Mrs. C'antone as born L merock, Ireland, November 1-S, IS., see came to Je Orleans and lire tbero sonj years, moving to B lox M'.ss,, from hich place she came to Brookhaven, in 1T4. She leaves Ev :bildren. Mrs. Martin MiGralb, Mrs. Peter Lucicba, a singio dauuhie.- an two sons. Mrs. Cantuno was a devote and alloctior.ato mother and her d -a'. is mourned by tho wholo community, Options on Vitkibnrg Land. The subcommittee of the Vicksbur? national I'ark Association, which wa appointed to secure options on the 4.000 acres of land surrounding the citv of vuxsuurg ocoupita by tho armlei o (en. CiruBt snd tien. Pcmbcrton during tbo sieje, hsyo comnloled their work and departed for Washington to prcsen ineir out io conunss for the tiurchas'' of that battleCe'.d. The land wiil cosf more than twice as much as the land. on the Shiloh battiefieid would cost hai in government availed itself of the options held by tho Shiloh Battlefield Asoeiation. The committee cons der itico 01 mo i.ina ai icttsbur; very rcasonale. and will ie oxmend that the government purchase the 4,00 acre. costing SllJ.OoO. A Case ol Chltkea-ro. Kin.l.fcriM ,e "'""'""i " i5 ttiero is no smallpox at tbo Agricultural Coliei-c. After critical uy tboco.lpgo surgeon, in consultation witn ur. t. V. Connell, bitb unhesita tingly pronounced the case cbicken- pox. Ibis is th eighth day and the party is almost well. He his been ex posed to chicken-pox. His family at borne had it, as shown, by a dispatch irom uo health officer of Pike county. examination nnde today I vwi'j..xSieVSs Killed by f alling Tree. Helen, Jan. 18,-Mr. O. Alston's Pule son. about 10 years old. wasaecideninilv killed Thursday of this week, near his nome on the Streiti place. Tbo little boy was cutting a tree down, which, in ailing, caught him under it in semo way, killing him instantly. If ongni, promising little lad, and the en- pociai lavorue and pet of his parents. ......rep. inrn.i, . wiilt Man Soondly. A few niphU since posse of armed men with masks on the lower portion oi their faces rode up to the house of a white man named MaiiTonn , tives about two miles tinr'W..i s-"" 1'ieriaian, took him from tho hon.o e.-. tied bim to tho woods near by, tied Li n tJ a tree, and administered a S3und thrasuinir ur.on hia n.,,l .,!..' He was released and carried back to the house, where two other moo .j they were also taken out and chastised because they commented too freely upon the chastisement of Miu-one Voted for Waterworks. The Waterwoeb. clce:. &. ... last week pissed off euietlr, a lioht vote being poliod. and lut f.i . ,.Hi.1 ergetic citizons who took time to notifr tbe voters that it wa, election day, the vote would havn V.o ,... i.ll. After the toll, clod t u.'u: counted It was found that rotes polled there e.nnld i. v.... .un votes discovered againa the city fQr. mshingcfl5.ooo to hmld complete waterworks mn.m Tk atorworksforlireen.iiu reduction li, n,rance and a g befiMotb.d welfare ef tba I M critirclvciireilof bcmirrhage cf b.v i'lso s C'mo for Or.sumption. L u.suaxA., ieifany, jio., J,-a. e, ;H. Tais is the courc of every evil deed, th-it. u-n:..?,Uing, ami il brii.es furth eru. Cokri Jft"j. Fob rclievip? Tutoir Di.siascs an Colua, UM ' il-WH'. lIO.I.'(ll..l ItfKiut." A TrmxT berer tisu-th of true friend ship, tor of perfect li Iwrty. lliogenes r j THE GENERAL MARKET. Kmil ClTT. Jaa Ml i,Ti.K-nest bctves I J .VI ( i i M-vkvrs II .a I ) NaiiretOTS t SO I : t!m( iioira to aeavv I . si a ai P A GREAT 10 LUG BIG PIECE w CENTS' -I fo... Idea eo WHEAT-No. irc l No 5 tard CORM-S.a B.5cl OATS-S tatxel l:VB-.- i FLOCK l'atcat. er sack. Faa y BAY-'bo:c3 llmo by Fancy frair.e. ...... HKAX-ISadieai 4J tiVTTF.n-t h ice creamtrv .. M tKKSB-ruil cream 14 KilOS-iTiol-e ii PUi'ATuiiS gj ST. LOC19. CATTLK Native snd shipping I Teva'.s is, FirviS-Heavy 9) SIIKKP-Fair o choice Flifn-tbobe SO) wheat -No !red COIts'-Xo. t miie I. OATa-No. t mind KYK-No 1 Ul TTtn-Creaaiery LA KD Western steam. POnli. CHUAOO. CATTLE-CorooioB to rriirs,.. HOUS-Fackinx and shipping . SHKKP-Fi.r to choice I L0C R Winter whtai Wheat-No. I red CfiR.X-No. I , OATS-Xa t YE UCTTEH-Crtsmery I. A hi) PuiiK 31 A ir 8 in a I i i n I si ii ai: m to T 0 1 a v h n a i a ni 11 (l Ii's U b is t 14 O 4 40 am 4 oa 4U I" H IT a it li 90 t IJ 41 t f. i oi 1(0 KEW YORK. CATTLE -Katlve steers. lli !Gi to choice FLOfR-Cood to choir WHEAT No. S red COHX-Xo. S. OAT.S-Na j On i E K Creamery KiUK-Mesa IB 9 4 OS W Ti 4 I 30 te4 1 f.'i l'i 4 I I IT, 3. 9 SS lii I! i a i m a i w n 4 i) 1 ! ") J. O It, T t (I Is aa ii li a 10 M ,1111 - n 1 or se-5 V J flr v L MM U Fl The Personal Side ' Of George Washington Not the General nor President, but the lover, the man, the husband and neighbor. Three of Dtich articles by General A. W. Greely, the famous Arctic explorer, will shortly begin in the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL OVER 700,000 COPIES SOLD Ten Cents oa All Newg-etaads. Oae Dollar a Year WANTFD ASen,s ,0 look renewals and nctr uniULU subscribers. Profitable employment offered. Tb Cartlt Publlshlnf Company, Philadelphia aoeifceeit, tut, at ti dm Vummms tamn u- - f,. r. . e s; let irurr 11 8 Here You Are! The DeLONG patent Hook and Eye stays . fastened until you undo it yourself. 5ft thai hump?! 60 Kll..m.i. I. - ... - J ns I. mnri a broa, PbiUdrlFh:Z the old reFuit ,1 DMCtlrli ATICM Headache, Troth Li J ; 1 and PAINS Kenert G. W. GUNTER. Cajhttmvh t a 4i. ., 'l f..Hj nitsiraM I IMIMrVTlii a btwrnaedy fpain.jCTerjiij- Itstrsaw.-'' tST For COLIC in HORSES and MULES It Is a dead shot f WEBB MAKT7FACTT7EINa CO., Proprietors, NA8HVILLE, TST m" - .. T'TTriTii" " "...7i ffiMiffi:::: 11 STEEL WEB PICKET FENCE. CABLED FIELD AND H00 FE " Also CABLin SOULTiy. runrii aun a.aa. iciiMI m!.7.1,1,l,T'?. """Piste Ih? of Smoolb Wlr Ftncln and rimnl-f .very nrtlcls ' sooiiiaer qua, iiy w, can HTI yea money. CAIAXCODa FRK. DE KALB FENCE CO., r i-:-e"':i, . .vs 2-. Salzors Scads Sprout Quickli-. 6,oa Vigorously. Produoa Enoratt-. In Mfrritsi. .u. c . . i r.psn .) '" coiptot lOffwtt ,uis. iSitaheiriiv alnnr 6 crnU. RrtrUffJ LM1 borrowing from health. K J. 77 2FS mmw If you have borrowed from health to satisfy the demands of business, if your blood is not getting that constant supply of fat from your food it should have, you must pay back from somewhere, and the somewhere will be from the fat stored up in The sign of this borrowing is thinness ; th r1r nr.,. waste. You need fat to keep the blood in health unless you wim no reserve iorce live Irom hand to mouth. otuw emulsion ot cod-liver Oil is more than a medicine, t is a food. The Hypophosphites make it a nerve food, too. t comes as near oerfection as rronri th ytQrft b viiiv,iM u,u Si nrijnpt Snll'i Zmultin mkn . a,, u . ,mi.,H,. Scott & Bowne, New York, au Pruntots. soe. and ii. Tanks-Dretchlnl; Stacks. Stand Pd workofeverj'"'; tsrimiLS OJf APPLICATION ti. es jfTt-Msi at. BOILER!. w mm mmm m m "uriiuitj.w,- - DanShea&u MEMPHIS. GAYOSO HOTELS trio Booaui ittoix-ED t t.att' IlolUra for lllmr. "Sore." FlsntlM.' dytrtisemtnt wl!b the Soothtrn ,v a . . i , . d.U H1lK ' f (turn nr. nenaian, eaiiii"" OPiUO -r. . .. .l sasrpkln a"",T nrt DB. 4. TEPHUS . , - . - a.t niMiiii aiiiiiuiitfVHihirtnrri P". urium r. t."ri, tuii.iB' am ami nui wn ttd A. N. K P. a. kdBrMmH i "W Mfl T WWW P - - ?