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V J- V 4-S t V, r Y J.' SO - fat JLongood at a Candy Pul- f .- liny. I bad a beep of trouble last Chrismas, an 1 Ie tell you how it happened. Deken Jones's gals giv a candy pullin, and I -jot a stool, as they say in North Karlina, an so over I gose. Sister Poll and me went together, and when we got to old man Joneses the bouse was chuck full. I Dog my cats- ei thar wai room to turn round. Thar was Suze Ilarkins, ehete "a big as a skinned hoss, and six other ' HarkiDseSj and all the Scrogginse9, and r Wiiliamses, and Simmonses, and Pedi- grew9, and the school master aud bis gal, lesides the old Deken and the Dekeness, vnd enough little Dekenses to 6et up a alf a dozen, young folks in the famili ;,;Well, bimeby the pot begun to bile, and then the fun begun. We all got our ' plates reddy, and put flour on our hands to keep the candy from stickin, and then - we pitched intu pullin. Wozent it fun? I never eawsich laffin and cuttin up, in all my born daze. I made a candy bird fur Em Simmons. Her aud me ezpecks to trot in dubble harness one of these daze. - She made a candy goos for me. Then we got to. throwin candy balls intu one anothers hair, aud a runuin from one - fide of the house to tether, and out iutu the Kitchen, till everything on the place was all over gommed with caudy. I sot on a pine bench, and Km Simmons sot close to me. Suse Ilarkins, confound her pickter, throwd u candy ball sock intu one of mi ize. I made a bulge to run arter her, and heerd sumthin rip. k My stars alive ! Wosent I pickled? i looked aronnxl, and, thar w b gabel end of my bran new britches a stickin to the pine beoch. I backed up agin the wall, sorter craw-fish like and grinned. 4 Sut." sea sister Poll, "what's the xnatUr?" "Shut up V says I. "Sut," says Em, "come awa from that wall, you II git all over greasy. "Let her grease! gays I, and I sot down on a wash bord, that was a lying across a tub, fcelin worse than an olu maid at a weddin. Purty scon, I felt sumthin hurt and purty soon it hurt again. Ice whii 1 I jumpt ten feet Li, kicked over the tub, out flew old Joneses Chrismus turky, and you ouqht v" to a seed me git. I cut for tall timber ' ; . i. j i - i ,J e and smashed down bre&h like a runaway herikan till I got homo, aud went to bed and stade there two daze. Kf old dekin Joneses barn burns down next winter, andime arrested for it. and i cnyboddy peers as a witness agin mc, ile bust bis dog-goned bed ! Them's my N sentiments. Sut Lov rsnoon. V" J Sensible Girl Who Meant Iiusl- Twenty years? aco a vonnj man who v - had paid attentions to a bright, sweet ygirl, for a long time, without making any thing that was even a second cousin to a Voposal, was startled by the question, .--"Robert, do you want to marry me ?" lie tried to evade the point by asking hy she put such a question to him. Because, if you don't want to marry yoa must stop coming to see me. 'No "eking bird around the red breast's sts.'rou know." , Robert took the hint, and with a cool bd night walked home. What should s care for JVJ so rude as that? Good JL'jnero.' II would join the fjxtday. H&.tried to sleep, but . . Sjiltolt cnii li ke tHeTtnT?; ' f"" -i-" haJ taken. ""If he was" tile X' 'mocking bird who was the red breast' , Ji thtAff was keeping from a partner? "At 1 Ij.jJ rate, one thing is certain, Edna is , eaiart as she is pretty," be said to himself - "and she means business." " Rolfcjt hummed a tune next day when fo himself. It was a long day. Busi ss had dragged. Everybody was pre- sabfTed, hurried, cross. Things went wtfng. He was glad to go home, ouly .t wasn't home. He took a book, but found himself trying to read the coals in .the grate and find figures on the wall in teadof the page. He threw bimclfon the lounge, but it was . dreadfully dull. s He stood it for some time, and then put I- on his hat, and walked down to widow V. '. Cragie's. lie stepped up to the door as -insual, bat Edna was engaged. It seemed J( month before she came down. At last ttbe appeared. lie rose from bis seat and J met her in the middle of the room, and . said, Edna, I have come here to-night on busineFS." I am tired of being your Amocking bird,' and I want to be your Vred breast;' will you be my wile ?" "..Wnea you say," said Edna, her face Veoffused with blushes. "Soon as I can make a nest, dearest," Robert replied. "I believe both the "red breasts" join in building the nest," said Edna, "and I want to do my part." This was twenty years ago. To day one ol the handsome mansions in one of our cities is the nest of a wedded pair, whost life has been sweet as a bird's song, and whose hearts, like-their affections, are as young as ever. There is a great deal more in putting a little straightforward business at the .beginning of life than generally supposed. The Price or ScAj.rs A Tcxns paper observes : "The price of Indian scalps has advanced 6inee the notorious outlaw Glanton made a contract with the authorities of Chihuahua, Mexico, to furnish them at $10 per - head, and at tempted to bring in Mexican scalps at the same price. Col. Buck Barry, of Bosque county, in writing to a gentleman of Corsicana, says that a purse of one thou sand dollars has been made up for the soalp of each and every Indian or thief killed in that section." A Wkbtehn Senator wrote home a short time ago that he was only able to get "four hours for sleep out of twenty four," and that "during the period a can didate tor omce sat by the bedside aud watched him as he slept." The report going the rounds of the i newspapers tbat Bishop Odenheimer. of new oeraey, nas reiusea to connrm la- lies wearing false hair is publicly denied y authority. i - - n m i Yellow hair is now the rage among ' tne gins ot tlie period in jNew York. The "Golden Hair Dye," which produces the color, sella at lorry dollars a bottle, and it requires two bottles to produce it. Owing to the immense number of female fools in around the city, the manufactur ers of the dye find it impossible, it taid, to eupply the demand. IS "Vat's de matter, vat's de matter?" , exclaimed an old Dutchman as he tucked .up his apron and run out of his shop to koow the meaning of a crowd in his cighborhood, "vat's de matter?" "There is a man killed," answered a slander. ! f)b. ich datall ! shrwta man killed ! :,di!'I ly't it rn a fiht. HTiaSTG- HOTJSB and BEER SALOON, at his new brick buildingon JacSson Street. KEEPS constantly ou bund the bes qnality of LAGER BEER, OYSTER?, SARDINES, janl-tf w E are erenared to furnish, and now have on hand, at our Mills, miles . west of Hickman, convenient to the Missis sippi river, at the Campbell farm, OF NO. 1, BLACK WALNUT LUMBER ! and will 611 orders of any sire on reason able terms. For further information ad dress, GEORGE WARREN, Hickman Cotrifr Office. Hickman, Ky., or apply to C. V-. Thomas, at t lie mill. WARREN, THOMAS & tU., janlG Cm TiLmizTsr ghocehit. diaries BSargrafT, Corner CL IX T OX and KEXTUCKY Streets, 4'FTEK suspension'ortmsiness several J mon'hs, takes pleasure in announcing to liis old friends and customers that he is again in business. FAMILY SUPPLIES, SUGAR, COFFEE, and everything in the Grocery line. IDIRST GS-OOIDS- A lot of Dry Goods on hand from his former stock, which he will sell much below cost. del9 tf. Capitol Saloon, JOHN C. HEINZE, Proprietor, Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky Keep constantly on Land a superior qual ity of Wines and Liquors, the best of LA G Ell , BEER. and the finest brand of CIGARS. Also, Candies. Sardines. Ovsters. riffs Feet, etc., etc. jau2-tf FRAXCIS JXILLEi:, Manufacturer and Dealer in Havana and Domestic Cijar, TOBACCO, SNUFF, PITES, ETC. also, Toys, Xotions, Etc., Clinton Street, HICKMAN, ... KY. jan'-tf . JE.a 6 . .Kr"' - Cust'sr UsixJiIONDAT. mar6 :, D. ROBINSON. A. Grccl Kcnfvck' Street, at Barker's old ttand, TT"EEPS on hand a general supply cf S Family Groceries, Provisions and Liquors, etc., which he offers to sell cheap. 7AGc:t 2.:ahii;g, FlowSjKorsesiioeing. mm mm, Has opened a Shop on Kentucky otreet, just below riummer s Liverr htable, for THE etc E manufacture of WAGONS. PLOWS. o., repairing wagons, and all kinds of Blacksmithiug. tf Special attention to Horse Shoeing, making, and re-set'.ing Plows, a pi 3 tf Is. PERSON, FASniOXABLE TAILOR, LANDRrX't BLOCK, CLIKTON STRKET, HICKMAN, KY. nAS ON HAND A LARGE STOCK ov fine Vest.irgs, Fiue Cassiinercs, Broad Cloths, apdjj superior stock of. Gentlemen's Dress Goods. I invite alt who 'wish to pur chase to come and examine, and will be certain to satisfy them. -jan2-tf L. PERSON. Sals and Livery Stable. KENTUCKY STREET, "Wm. B. Plumraer. HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS Hacks keptconstantly on hand for Lire and sale. Thankful for patronage heretofore extend ed him, Le solicits a eoutinuauco of same. jan2-tf V. A. M'C UTCI1E K, II ETA I L. dealer :a . STAPLS A1TL PAIT3Y K- IESXf GZJBS 'JL S3 m 9 T 1QU0RS, Tobacco, Cigars, 4c. Always of St. Louis on hand the best brands Flour. Corner Clinton and Cumberland streets, nickman. Ky. BX. Orders filled with neatness and dis patch. jan4 ly THE DXSFOT'HOTSZi THE EPOyT IIOTEL, on gravel road, op posite th: 'tryt'd, depot, together with the furnitur- n 'o srfme, is for rent for ihr vrr 'Tcul.irs srr'j to i VIAE, - - u wore. or a i '-. ' ' i, DCDD3. . CHAS A. HBLCOMBE'S COLUMN, DR. JOHN BULL'S Great Remedies. BULL'S CEDRON BITTERS. A U Til EX TIC 1 O CUM EX TS. Arkansas Heard Fron. TESTI.MONV OF M EPICAL MEN. SrostT Yoisr, White ce., .-Irk., May 2. Dr. Jons Bi ll Dear i?ir: Last February I was in Louisville purchasing drugs, and I pnt tn!ie of your Sarsaparilla and CeJron iiitters. My son-in-law. who was with me in the store, Iihs been down with rheumatism for some time, commenced on the Bitters, and soon frnnd his general health improved. Pt. Gift, who has been in bad health, tried them, and he also improved. Dr. Coffee, who h;s V" in bad health for several years stomach and liver affected he improved very much by the use of your Bitters. Indeed the Cedion Bitters has given you great popularity in this settle ment. I think I could sell a great quantity of your medicines this fall especially of yourCedron Bitters aud Siirsaparp.la. Ship me via Memphis, care of Rickett ana Neely Respectfully, C. B. WALKER. JOHN BULL'S WGRFyI DESTROYER Fizrentt Head this Important Letter Ycu art Interetted in its Contents. MinDt.ETOWN, Ind., April 2(5, 'CO. Mr. M. L. Duplan' writes: I do not know that Bull's Worm Destroyer needs any more recommendal ions than it has already attain ed by its own merits, but will state that my little son, ajred flbout three yenrs, was se verely attacked last fall an I v.-irt?r with light spasms, or peruana more properly tits, lasting from half an hour to one aud a half hours; at the same time the child had strong symptoms of worms. My physician one of the best in this part of the country ex hausted all his skill and the Materia Medica to espel the worms, aud entirely failed to bring any. I thought ' John Bull'' could do it, and gave the cbd the contents of three boxes, in triple doses, night atd morn inir, with happy results. The child has not hid a spasm lor over three months, and in stead of the bloated mass that he wa. he is now well and hearty. 'John Bll did it.' Yours, truly, M. L. DUPLAN. A call from 3Iiiinrssola. Ki.voston, P. 0., Meeken co., Min., Apl. 7, '68. Ma. John Bcli. Dear Sir; I moved from Kentucky to this place. The stores have none of your Worm Destroyer for sale. They are greatly needed here in Minnesota. A trial is all thai is needed to give them a reputation. We can't do without them. Do send some on thi way. urs, sincerely, D. G. ARROWOOD. GULL'S SARSAPARILLA. A GOOD HEASOX FOR THE CAPTAINS rAITII. Read the Captain's Letter and ths Letter From Uts Jlotker. Beston Babracks, Mo., April 30, 'GS. B-r. Jchx Bull Dear Sir : Knowing the ePLncy of your Sarsaparilla, and the heal itiaud beneficial qualities it possesses, I send you the following statement of my case: I was wounded about two years ago was taken prisoner and confined for sixteeu mouths. Being moved so often, my wounds have not healed yet. I have not sat up a moment since 1 was wounded. I am shot through the hips. My general health is impaired, and I need something to assist nature. I have more faith in yur Sarsa parilla than in any thing elso. I wish that that is genuine. Tlease express ine half a doien bottles, and oblige Capt. C. T. JOHNSON, St. Louis, Mo. P. S. The following was written June 80, 1S05, by Mis. Jennie Johnson, mother of Capt. Johnson : Dr. Bcll Dear Sir: My husband. Dr. O S. Johnson, was a skillful surgeon and phy sician in Central New York, where he died, leaving the above C. TWohnson to my care. At thirteen years of age he had a chronic diarrhea and scrofula, for which I gnv him your Sarsaparilla. Ir curfc kijj. I have for ten years recommended it to many in New York, Ohio, and Iowa, for scrofula, fever sores, and general debility. Perfect success has attended it. The cures effected in some cases of scrofula and fever sores were almost miraculous. Iam very anxious for my son to again have rccoursa to your Barsaparilla. He is fearful of getting a spurious article, hence his writing to you for it. His wounds were terrible, but I be lieve he will recover. Respectfully, JENNIE JOHNSON. A T W SMITH TOXIC SIRUP roa THE CUBE or AGUE AND FEVER OR CHILLS AND FEVER. The proprietor of this celebrated medi cine justly claims for a superiority over all remedies ever offered t the public for the safe, certain, speedy, and permanent cure or Ague and rever, or Chills and Fever, whether of short or long standing. He re fers to the entire Western and Southwest ern country to bear him testimony to the truth of the assertion, tbat in no case what ever will it fail to cure, if the directions are strictly followed and carried out. la a great many casrs a single dose has been sufficient for a cure, and whole families have been curey a single bottle, with a perfect restoration ol the general health. It is, however, prudent, and in every case more certain to cure, if its nse is continued in smaller doses for a week or two after the j disease has bocu checked, more especially in difficult and long standing cases. Usually, this medicine will not require any aid to keep the bowels in good order; should the patient, however, require a cathartic medi cine, after having taken three or four doses of the Tonic, a single dose f BULL'S VEO ETBALE FAMILY PILLS will be sufficient. flK. JOUX BULLS Principal Office: No. 40 firth,-Cross street, Louisville, Ky. All of the above remcdie for by C. A. HOLCOMBE, Drnircist, fcb3-ly - Ilkkiaaa A. II. OVERTON, UARDNKK. rrWI Forward Transfer ill NASIIVILLE & NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD COMPANY, GENERAL COMMERCIAL AOEIS"XS, HAVING TVO GOOD WIIARFB0AT3 and a large Warehouse, we are ully pre pared to meet the demands of those intrusting their business t us. We Lave the agency for the well known A'A XA WHA SALT COMPAXY., and keep constantly ou hand a large supply of Salt, which we sell at lowest prices. Ve also keep jjLIME, CEMENT, COTTON TIES, ROPE auJ BAILING, to supply our customers. Liberal advances made on Produce in store for shipment to our frienJs in -Vew Orleans or New York. Orders for any kind of merchandise promptly filled, when accompanied by the cash. octl2 General Insurance Agency. SAMUEL LANDRUM-, C1XTOX STREET, II I CK MAX, KEXTUCKY, KoprcseiUs tlie folIoAvIng 3To. 1 Companies: HOME OK NEW YORK, Assetts, PI1CEMX OF HARTFORD, Abuetts, -HARTFORD OF HARTFORD, Asetts, UNDERWRITER'S OF NEW YORK, Assetts, HOME OF NEW HAVEN. Assetts, -ENTERPRISE OF CINCINNATI, MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY of New York, $28,000,000 .MUTUAL BE-NKrlT lAt'K INSURANCE COMPANY of New Ark, New Jersey, Assetts, 17,000,000 00 We publish below a partial iiat of the names of persons insured at the above Agency Josephs Hubbard, Thomas C Buck, "William A Brevard, John C Steele, Benjamin C Ramage, Charles A Holcombe, Robert Hellen, Ji R Walker, Holcombe Sc Thompson, Francis Miller, Wolf & Plaut, Lrtne & Mallory, Fritz Hellner, John Witting, L Rosenberg, Mr3 Mary L Burnett, Mrs K Wilborn, Andrew Jackson Lodge, Walter I Powell, John C Heinze, Dr Daniel White, Joshua J)odds, John L Luttrell, Henry Huntley, Benj F Easier, Carry & Patton, , Charles Baltzer, Noah L Nelson, . Edmund W Stephens, Maximilian Hertwick, -AllredC Berry, Charles Oswald, William T Osborn, John A Wilson, Samuel McCartney Si Co, Henry M Robinson, O IIertwu-k& Bro, A D Kinsman, Muj John A Lauderdale, Julian Nail, Frank Eartoldus, William G uthrie, Mrs Annie L Robinson, Dr H II Wilson, V A McCutchcn, Albert F Kinney, w Mrs Helen Wilkins, Louis Person,J N Barksdale, J A Plait, Daniel FKapalgee, Rev Thos J Hutchison, Wade II Pyle, James O McMurray, Andiew .1 Lawson, William II Gardner John R McGehee, AlbertS Anderson, Carl Margraff, John Seiuonea, William D Corbett, John D Walker, Byuum !c Bro, Wilson O Bacon, William McCluskey, Abrani A Patton, Fritz Semse, Eliphalett Case, Parties desiring POLICIES OF INSURANCE can obtain the same on short aotice in either of the old reliable companies, represented by the undersigned, by npplication to him at his ofiije on Clinton street, Hickman, Ky. ' janlS tf SAMUEL LANDRUM, Agent. I XZ?SXTL&XTCI3 CO., OF CIXCISXATI. rirectens f:r ths Year 1SC9. TUCI'AS 5HSELCCS, President. R. M. r.isiior. of R. M. Bishop & Co. Theo. Cook, Pres't 4th National Bank. J. C. Bctler, Pres't Lafayette Bank. Jas. Glkns, of Wm. Glenn & Sons. L. R. Hi'tL, of Addy. Hull & Co. A. S. Wrsstow, of Winslow & Smith. CiiAatKf Hule, of C. Rule & Coleman. D. T. Woodrow, of Woodrow & .Mears. Arown Wood, of 4dolph Wood & Co. A. D. Bt'tLOcK, of A. D. Ballock & Co. Allen Collier, of J. Swaeey & Co. L. A. Uaais, Ex-Mayor of Cincinnati. Jons Sl'to, of John Shillito & Co. JOHN HAETW2LL, Vice-Pres't. W. M. mCIIRISO.V, Scc'y. Will. F. ClltJIini. Adjuster. J. DeWr. C'IILUCIIILL, Superv'r Ecnoflds Availabb Security, Capital and Assetts, ever all Liatilities, (Except Reinsurance Fund, $216,960, reserved for Security la J umy iutuc,; SEE LAST ANSCAl 8TATEMEST. 4,7 ioo. Supported by a Directory and List of Stock holders representing over f.)u.uvu,uuu Bonafide Capital ; transacting business un der fall compliance with requirement of State Laics, and in accordance with correct and liberal principles. The following facts are confirmed by daily experience: . 1st. That the "Enterprise charges no more than a fair rate for the hazard assumed. 2uiL That promptitude is a leading feature in connection with all the transactions of the company. . . , ,. 3rd. That those who haT9 dealings with the cempaaf always recommend it to general patronaee. S M h JjAiUl'ivuju, .ixgc-ui, Hickman, Ky., by 'whom business is respectfully solicited. aplU 4t , ' A GENTS WANTED FOR "GOLDEN abounds in This work thrillinz sketches, moral tales, strange oc currences, eems of thought, strains of elo quence, stirring incidents, rich repnrtees and choicest specimens of the purest litera ture Pleases all, offends none. Price Tery low.' Uddrss Zeigler, McCurdy & Co.. Cin cinnati. O. rhilale5ph;a, Ta, or St. Louis. M. JOHN C. STEELE, JOHN a GARDNER. M y g g j&L 3 :3i IPs 4i W $ tns anil Lscnts 83.G23,S9C 1,318,587 7S 27 2,000,000 00 3,500,000 00 1,619.070 34 1,304,323 18 00 Edwin K Warren, George M Wilborn, J ohn II Davi?, Wm L McCutchen, Markus Kcrtner, "fifrren & Martiu, Joseph M White & Co, J A Carruthera it Co, , " Augusta Margralf, William II Benny Tyler Si Jruxj James K-LaneA Mrs Barbara W R WalkerA South'u Bank ol James P Cheathar MrsS A Roulhac.V- Mrs E C Baltzer, Isaac C lleavis & a-S: r' Benj D Irvine, 7 Vv'm C Scott, - Mrs Harriet j Mrs II Trenz ;M Robert W-- -- James A OvcrtO"LT George Warren, ' Nj M Wolf, Taylor & W iley, lifter W Mott, MlSs Ellen E Anderson. A B Taylor, L Fletcher, Mrs Magalien Bunch Richard Owens. .A- TLA S BIUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, CP ST. LOUIS, 210. INVERT POLICY NON-FORFEITABLE 2J after first payment. No restrictions on trarel, residence or occupation. Policies incontestable save for fraud in application. feecurity to policy holders $412,892 09. DIRECTOR3. Chas. A. Mantz, James E. Teatman, John F. Darby, Jas. Harrison, Sam'l Willi, Trusten Polk, Erastus Wells, Geo. R. Taylor, O. P. Savior, Joseph O'Neil, Geo. Knapp, Williani Vanzaudt, Isacc H. Sturgeon. VAN ELARCOM, LOMAX 4 CO., State Managara, lonisTille, Ky. SAM'L LANDRUM, Agent, nor 7 ly nickman, Ky. HERTWECX, BALTZER, & CO, Complete Ustabllslimcnt rojt Blacksmitliing, HORSE-SHOEING, Y A O X M A It I X O CARRIAOE3, BUGGIES, PLOWS, ETC., Corner of Wabash and Carroll Streets, niCKMAN, KY., TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO their friends and patrons, tbat they are always on hand and ready for business and will attend promptly to all orders for work. They always have on hand the very best and most substantial i TFagu9 Plows, Htc9 which they. will sell on moderate trn. Repairing don with neatness -J' patch. t it L. v 'v.'-.'''--"'i2r- r. "5 - iTarj years ars, the writer cf tiesa lines and an Invalid physidan, Island cf St. 'Crsiz far tleir health, esperienced and witnessed rnanj r fceaedal effects cf the Snm there prodnced npon manj cf tha InTali.3- ' curselres) seeiinj health ; and, np;n inyiiry and lnvesUgallonr. cf its medicinal virtues. Ee was debited and surprised, and after Itj " Trhish sssn ccirred, determined, if pssatla, toproenrs the ole'riht trv?.411 and sell it in the United States. " v. The rerelt cf his lalsrs was a glorions success for himself and suffering hnntz.. ... for the celebrated PLAITTATIOIT riTTZ2S was thus made known to the world. TATIC1T 2nrZTu bein? an article cf real merit, founded npon ne principles, &l ' relying yyryxn'tirj vcnttie uiig'fjfif ma?mwi irbotev wwlcW n;U wrcla" tion in the history cf medicine, and became as a housahold word all ever the dvEs world. The cabalirti: S. T. 12S3 Z. was a talicman cf health, and the demand the PLAI'TATICIT riTTT2S socn far exceeded the abilities cf the prcprietors to njf" SJctTrithctsniirj the large impcrtaticn cf St. Crdz Eum, made expressly fcr the f pcuriinj cf thc:e Sitters, the qnantit7 was lnale?,uate. It therefore became t " that arrangements npen an estennve scale abroad should at once be made, is. was di etched to St. Thcmas f;r that purpese. He was fortunate In y loa:inj several plantations on some cf the largest and most jrcdnctiTi e; : island. Ecns?3, stills and presses were erected as if b7 majic, which utterly ' lshsd the natives." The cervices cf esperienced men and natives of the island w; cured, and very soon the prcprietcrs of the FLAlTTATTCi! KTTXS3 were In a j to supply their lab;r&tory with all the perfectly pure St. Crclz 2na needed in r -turing the G2SAT HmSC2A?C3. The abcre cut r the nativc-3 crushing the cujar-cane and ctherwiss preparing it forthesds r C As an antidote to Fevor and Ague, Intermittent and Ualarious Fevers, tr ether hindrcd diseases, ths nse cf the FLAirTATIOlI SITTZLS Is unsurj h:;tcr7 cf the wcrll Over fi7e million bottles are dispesed cf annttsT"" adtpted to old ard yonsj, male and female. They are agreeable In rrciaoe an immediate beneficial result. Oli. t. A W It EA' CE'S CELEBRATED "R O S A D A L IS," Recommended bj the Best Physicians, and the leading tuen and newspapers throughout the country. Read the following from " Brick Pome roY'a'' paper, the La Crosse Democrat, in its issue of Maj 12th, ltsoS: "72 O SA DA LIS." " We never commend a think to the pub lic until we know just what it is, and- that is why, having-'the greatest confidence in theupreparation, we can earnestly recom-men-l Vj suffering public, Dr. Lawrence's c "fxtrjvct of Rosadalia. rablood purifyer, and f -II -piiain an its Tan v;liiiHatism, Sore Eyes, , kin, aiJall diseases of n ey a a nd bl adde r. A f 8pies of humor and ' oHjjtem to a healthy and nerer produces in. "7 shape. - ;inn i4t r v4 funded of unknowu t xf..articles from 7s published and .ititu, and whereyer it eJ the. Jledlcal Faculty ' 6mjtended it. '-ands of the best tu sufferers who t JiSkt, :.ii:Vugh the medium of Lt. l a4ut,-' Jis soon ts it became a little kno.rn, it 'was extensively used, and the manufacturers found it necessary to remove to JBaltiinore, in' order to bd able to supply the unprecedented demand. - "The Kosaualis is everything that is claimed for it, which fact is evidenced by its rapid sale, and the good reputation it has already obtained.,- Dr. J. J. Lawrence & Co., sole proprietors and manufacturers, Baltimore, Maryland." R O SA DA LIS. Sold wholesale by all the principAl whole sale Druggists in all the large cities of the United States and British America, and re tailed by Druggists every where. All letters of inquiry, tc, promptly an swered. Address, DR. J. J. LAWRENCE Si CO., Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers, 21 1 Baltimore street. Baltimore, Md. WESTERN DEPOT 230 Vine st , Cin cinnati, Ohio. aug22 ly. GET A BUSINESS EDUCATION. IN Bryant, Stratton 4 Earharfs nasiitii.le; Business College. The Largest Institution of the Kind in the South A Full and Complete Course ' of Business Training and Practice. Scholarships good for Life Membership in Forty-two of our Colleges. No va cations in the year. Send for College paper, or for further in formation to '. II. P. EARHART, President. Certificate of Membership for, sale at CocaiKR office. jan2- P. J. WEIMEK, DEALER AND MANUFACTURER - t of all kinds of , 3S? "a a. ana. 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Lungs, but will in its earlier positively cure Consumption, il is resorted to in time, and ttu which are ample, are faithfully Sold by W. R. WALKER an A. HOLCOMBE, Druggists, C1I Hickman, Ky and throDgL"" States. Price $1 CO per tx for $7 60. All wholesale orders addreb DR. C. WILLI A Mb . ' MeapL Will receive prompt attention. THE GEE.. AT PARI9, . Wliecler W"C7:" IMPROVED. SBWINQs Was awarded by the I the onl being the highest pr- uium f . as a tSewing Machine E I G II T T-T W O CO M ' THE Sewing Machine : represented at Paris ; any prominence before tt lured in Europe and An tive competition, makii triumph ever achieve-1 chine, and entitles tL the enviable position tha. Best Sewir- World. - . R. G. traV HICK MA Customers will vantage to V'iu-i he will deliver I. Louisville fr'" will give ful' will priai ;.- hv, a.i ." W es'r Lou; i '