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Tiik cilitor of tit i paper having been
cttMM to n present the Rcpiiblie.nia of
the third ilUtrirt in the Rational I'oii
VMtiou which meets in Chicago on
tlnnc 2ml, a great Many may rh-lrc to
know our views on the subject. Those
that have read the IIkralk r lowly
lairly iimlert,inl our eland, but i
those ho have not we will Matt first,
-jur preference is (Jen. L'. S. Grant, of
America. Hut in tail nutter we desiru
all to fairly understand that we are
not crazy over the General, and if we
are convinced hereafter that he Is not
the strongest man before the people,
and is not the man to carry the close
states, we will undoubtedly cast "our
vote in said convention for the man
v.i,' n we then believe to be that man.
Should that man be B!ainc, .Sherman
or Washburn, we will not hesitate to
support either. We believe we are
right in our opinions on this subject
and shall stand bv them to the last.
B UprWH JudKc II. i u ki.is
Jinipc th in lluwkiiis.
The Republican candidate for Gover
nor is a citizen of Carroll county, and
vwis at one time on the supreme bench.
He is a gentleman of the first order,
and lias a character that is unassaila
ble. Though lie may not be elected,
still no Republican will have cause to
beashamed of him. He will make a
thorough canvass and present his ideas
tO the people. lie favors paying all
the State ows no more nor no less,
and consequently can be supported by
iilty honest man who wants to sec out
St. it redeemed from the gang of rogues
that have been robbing her for the
p ist ten years.
Tiik Chattanooga Tm?s, speaking of
.Slate is8U 8 says : Tipton, one tilt Re
publican delegates from this Congres
sional district to the Chicago Conven
tion, has advocated in his paper, stead
ily ami forcibly, the doctrine set out by
Governor Marks, to-wlt : that the ,st ate
debt proper should be paid in full ex
iypt war interest and the State should
'repudiate all obligations to pay one dol
lar on the bonds Issued to aid the build
ing of railroads. We note a half dozen
other names figuring mere or less prom
inently in the proceedings at Nashville
who tire pronounced I epudialors of the
The Times misrepresents us on this
subject. We have never, or will we
ever, advocate repudiation of any hon
est debt. We have said, ftljal now stick
to if, that a lot of bonds issued to assist
in thobuUdtllg of certain railroads w ere
sold tor less than face value and in
open violation of law. We say pay
tllOM off at exactly what they .so.'tl for
but not repudiate them.
The Times also makes the follow ing
In the lower counties of E sat Ten nee
aeo the ran it and tilo of the party are
nearly to a man in full accord w ith
Tipton id' the Cleveland Herald.
The Times is right about that pait of
it, and if the Republicans once get hold
of Tennessee the debt w ill be honestly
sifted and settled.
JCDOU Kknny, of Ashland, an old
wheel-horse of Ohio Democracy, thus
responded to h serenading party the
other evening at Columbus, during the
progress of the State Convention:
"Gentlemen, I have but a few words
to utter. For the last fifteen years the
Democratic party has ceased to be
Democratic, it has been running af
ter false gods, and the tOOnor wc cease
running after there the be tier. We
have greenbacks and National b:i ilk -.
They are the, bastard brats of the Re
publican party. The sooner wc get rid
of them, and go back to gold and sil
ver, the better it will be for us; and if
you do not know enough to do that,
may God have mercy on your souls."
This goes to proye our predictions,
that the Democracy this year would
declare for hard money instead of loft.
Now where are their greenback platforms?
Tin: Republican Convention
State, met in Nashville May 5th , at 12
HI.) jtnd was called to order by J. R.
DUIIli. W. II. Young, of Davidson,
w as made Temporary Chainu.m. The
usual committees on credentiaU and
permanent organizations were appoin
ted, and made their repoiu, J. R.
Dillla w as elected chairman over T. H,
Reeves, by u vote of 2tJj to 200.
The conimi'.lee of credential rcpor-
icu counties represented amounting to
I l"i votes delegates present, about 90,;.
The convention was addressed by
lion. Stanley Matthews, of Ohio.
The committee of platform reported
the following Which was unanimously
adopted, viz :
Mr. Gibson, from the Committee on
Resolutions, then submitted (he follow
ing: The Republican party of Tennessee
in convention assembled, at Nashville,
May (i, 180, do declare as follows :
Resolved, That we, hereby, reutlirm
our devotion to the .National ib-puhli-can
party, and its priaulplM as hereto
Jure declared, believing those principles
lobe founded in DolitlcaJ wisdom, and
high h dialrift-T. C. Miire.of Midi
son, and E. Q.Blgtey, of Carroll, dele
gute; H. H. Hiiickle, of Hardin, hiiI .1
J. RoMaaon, af Carroll, alternate.
Ninth dirici Wm. M. Hall, . Uib
son, and Hunt .souierville, of Tipton,
detogaiea; U. yan, of Haywood, ami
f.J. Hay W M Lauderdale, alternates.
Tenth district F. 11. Mum. of Shelby, 1
of the''""1 lja,ft' WIHIlMsWonol i .lelte,,, i-
b""" , . ii oi .-ii. .-. , , iuu
Frank MiiBoutt ot Shelby, iternai .
A. A. Freeman, of lluvwood. ram lu-'
dealrod to arltlnlraw his name aaan al
ternate mid 10 lUgfOM the name of M .
F. I'u-Uiii. Agreed to.
K. C. ( amp, of Knox, moved that the
report be adopted.
The convention then proceeded to the
nomination of a candidate for Gotern-
AWOI C I V1IMS.
We an authorized lu amtouee A. J. CAR
I SON at a candidate for Sharif, at the eu
suing Auguit election.
I We an- MtbavMI and retjuuaud to an
nounce 1! H. IUY8 as candidate lor
In i ill at the aaOalaa election.
We arc eth..riu J ami rcunolrd lo aum.uurs
I. II. M.W ids . a cj.ndidsi. toi Miniff of
uia.nr couniy, al I lie cujcilm- August .Icr-liuu.
Tine report being olroulatcd by one
or two designing partita that Mr. J. 11.
.Smith oftho 12th district, late candi
date for sheriff, and his friends, will
not support Mr. Carson lor sheriff, Is
undoubtedly false. We have known
Mr. Sniilh a long (hue sad he, as an
honorable man. Under the resolution
of the county convention he pledged
his word and honor that he would
abide by the decision of the convention
and support the nominee. For that
reason nlone, we know Mr. Smith will
be as good as his word. Ha ponld not
do otherwise and be an honorable man.
We are strongly of the opinion (hat the
report, Is being circulated by hi politi
cal enemies to injure him in the future.
They know If they could get Mr. Smith
to bolt that it would ruin him forever
with his friends; and that he would be
out of the. way in the future. They
fear Ml popularity.
Klllta to the Nw Golsl Molds
Tin: sensation caused by the discov
ery of Gold mines of rare wealth in
Georgia prove to he well founded. Far
ties from Dahlonega report thai sev
eral new mines, with rather richer de
posits than any kUOWU in the State,
are just discovered, one party taking
1,000 out of an abandoned mine w hich
had yielded $200,000. lu several coun
ties large nuggfts and rich veins ate
discovered w here no gold w as expected.
These reports are causing a rush of ad
venturers to the gold regions. Specu
lators are fast htiving up all the claims.
The Tennessee Republicans, in their
Htato convention, took strong ground
against repudiation. The Republics U
party that stood up for honest money
must stand up for the payment of hon
est dobts . Cincinnati Gazette
The Gi ant men hrd a smsll majority
in the State convnntlon. The Blaine
men were very strong. The delega
tion stand. Oram 16artH Gran-.
essential to the prosperity and eouali-
iy ol cverv citizen, and to the mainten
ance ol the Union ol llic States under
Resolved, that the bonds of Tennessee
heretofore dellbt lately recognized by
b'tbtlie Republican and Democratic
I irttes ;is legally i.-sueil, are a valid iu
deiuedness, binding in law and in mor
als upon ttie property and conscience
of the State ; and that any attempt to
impair the obligations Of thai indebted
ness, or to readjust it, or scale it, or in
any other manner to i hange the letter
and spirit of the contract, without the
voluntary consent of the bondholders
previously, fairly and undcrstaildillffly
obtained, is dow nright repudiation and
an act of high-handed dishonesty, vo
Resolved, that any voluntary propo- j
sition from our creditors to take less
than the face value of their bonds, in i
consequence ol losses incurred by our
citizens during the w ar ol the rebellion :
should he thankfully and unhesitating
ly accepted and lha new contracl faith
fully and promptly complied with; and
we denounce the refusal oi the iiecio-
cratie partv to accept the 00 and 'jui
oaltion as the refusal oi a liberal and
voluntary reduction: and we recognize
in ,aid refusal, overwhelming evidence
that a large inaiorit v of llie DeniOcr.itic.
partv intends to repudiate the bonded
debt of the Stale, and thereby to ob
ject our State to the opprobrium of all
people who regard the contracts of a
State with her creditors as of sacred In
Vtolablllty. Longconiinued cheering.
Resolved, that the reasons prompting
the Democratic parly of Tennessee and
other States of the South to repudiate
the debts of their respective States w ill
when logically carried out, prompt
tlieni alio to repudiate the entire w ar
debt of the United States; and we here- i finds the duties of a
by declare our solemn judgment to be,
that, as soon as the repudiating element
of the Democratic parly has wiped out
the debts of their respective state-', they
w ill declare in favor or repudiating the
debt incurred by the Nation in preserv
ing' tbe Union. Applause and ciies of
Resolved, that we renew our decla
rations In favor to free common schools
for the education of all the children of
the State, we believing that school
bouses are cheaper than Court houses
and that intelligence is the mother of
morality and liberty.
Resolved, that wo recognize the
rights of the laboring men and women
of Tennessee as deserving of our most
tender parental solicitude, and we de
nounce all legislation that discriminates
against the poor and in favor of the
rich , lielieving that the poor should be
protected, that labor is the creator of
all our wealth, and that there can be
no per inane nt public or private proper
ty except It, be based upon perfect har
mony between labor and capital. Loud
Resolved, that we are opposed to
bringing convict labor Into u n necessary
competition with tree labor, and, as
one means of preventing this, we favor
the employment of penitentiary con
victs, helow a certain grade, on public
work and improving the public roads
throughout the Stale. fApplaUSe.J
Resolved, that we are in favor of law
and order and opposed to mob violence ;
that we demand the Impartial enforce
ment of the laws everywhere and at all
times; that we denounce social ostra
cism because of political opinion as ft
standing reproach to a froe government
as calculated to discourage the incom
ing of capital and labor, and as destruc
tive to the business prosperity of the
people; that we advocate all measures
that promote peace, protect Industry,
encourage temperance, Mild advance
morality: and We pledge the voices and
votes of the Republican puty to every
good work that will benefit the indi
vidual, build up tbe Stateaud strength
en the Nation.
The following names were presented
to the convention :
BOO, W. P. (iilleiiwaters of Hawkins
Judge Alvin Hawkins, of Carroll
Hon. A. M. Hughes, of Maury county.
Hon. Thos.C. Muse, ol Miidi-oii county.
On the ah ballot, Judge OSWkllU
was nominated amid great excitement
Hawkins was then called for, but be
ing absent at the General stttUOditt
Conference, he was represented by
Judge Met lain, who declared Haw kin ,
would accept aud make u thorough
nut state mouriva committee.
Tilt following Stale Executive Com
mittee was reported by the committee
on i ma sunjeel, to serve the ensuing
two years :
First district T, R.Bsotm,
Second district Capt. S. P, Row an.
Third district B. F. Orisoom.
Fourth district H. L. vv. Cheatham.
Fifth district Thomas II. Caldwell.
Sixth district H. 11. Harrison.
Seventh district F. A. Montague.
Klgbtk district I.. L. Hawkins.
Ninth district John Nail.
Tenth district J. P. Luttin.
The committee lubseejuewtly organ
ized by the selection of Ron. 11. 11.
Harrison as Chairman and II. F. Gris
cotn as .Secretary.
XLBCTOU FOB state at L4MM
were chosen as follows:
Hon. A. A. Taylor, of Cartel .
Gen. Geo. Maney, of Davidson.
The delegates to Chicago were left
I'or Ti fjsjti m
We arc ant le iiuf l aud n um-l I io sun
Ma). A.J. W 111 ft aaa raZu.rtai. I ., r.
lull to the offlreof CuUiilv TraalM. ' the eau
lut,' August flrclinn.
Ws ar.' Sflkejlswl and rtiiifn'.M to aaMSWSS
sr. W. V. LoWKUV .ia caudiila'r lur '1 uMee
Election Ui iiiui4a in Aii(Ut mM.
W r are aotliorlxt arid n ijie -ie'l r. i.i t . -.i o, e
L. It. UtKliLK u a rai.iliuau fm TnMIM.
II. imn In Ti.niMlav in Auciul.
OLl'U ICATI.n W 1111 in III it PArKM
We Mill furolah the IIriiai.Ii and the follou
nii( pap Ma ai the folio inp iriri:
f.inMlU i . , r. ,al, Meell', , S3.M
., i. , , uii, ;i.o
General Joe Johnston says he will
retire from public life at the end of his
present term, lie has received many
letters from Virginia, asking him to
reconsider and remain in Congress,
but lie w ill pcreiritorily decline a rc
nomlnation. He could get it without
even the asking, but Washington polit
ical life is not to his taste. He says he
owes much of the activity and vigor of
his old age to an out-door life, and he
member of Con
gress too confining. Resides, lie has no
taste for it. During his brief service in
Congrpss, General Johnston has made
himself very popular with both parties.
He is particularly popular witli the ar
my officers, for his course asa member
of the Military Committee has been
very liberal toward the army, and he
has wielded a good deal of Influence
anictig the Democrats. It is probable
that doners) Johnston will resume in
surance business in Richmond.
the DBLEQATM to Chicago.
R. R. Bullet, ol Carter, from the
committee, appointed delegates from
the State at large to the Chicago Con
vention, reported the following list, in
cluding the delegates aitd alternates ap
pointed by tin; respective districts:
For the State at large From Fast
Tennessee L C. Souk, J, M. Thorn
burg; alternates, K. M . Henry and Dr.
G. W Lavlere. From Middle Tennes
see Hon. Horace ii. Harrison; alter
nate, J. H. Bur res. From West Ten
nesses D.AKunn; alienate, A. a.
First District R, R. Butler Of John
son, Jesse T. Rogers, of Claiborne, del
egates; w. r Brownlow, of Washing
ton and John Drown, of Haw kins, al
ternates. Second district B. J. Sanford, of Knox
aud J. N. Cordell, of Scott, delegates;
J . c. Davis, of Jefferson, and J. M.
Green, of Mount, alternates.
Third district W. S. Tipton, of Brad
ley, and Yf, T. Cate. of Hamilton, dele
gates; W. Bi Hill, of While, and . A.
Henderson, Of Hamilton, alternates,
Fourth district H. L. W. Cheatham,
of Robertson, J. 8. Smith, of Wilson,
delegates; John I'rtiett, of Siimiier, J,
II Harding, of liobei tson, alternates.
Fifth district W. H. Wisener of Bed
ford, and Vf, Y. Elliott, of Rutherford,
delegates; C. Picket, of Bedford, ami J.
11. Ridley, of Rutherford, alternates.
Sixth district s.o. w. Brandon, of
Montgomery, and Vf. H. Young, of Da
vidson, delegates ; S. Rexlnger and T.
A. Sykes.ol Davidson, alternates.
Seventh district A. M. Hughes, Jr., oi
Maury, and It. A. J. Nixon, of Giles,
delegates; B. F. Frlerson, of Maury,
H. H. Thompson, of giip. alternate.
Cinciuntti Commercial: When
John Sherman became Secretary of
the Treasury the public debt, le ss
cash in tho Treasury, was 2,051,826,
686 b"2, and the annual interest charge
was $94,403,645 50. The debt is
now 81,949,422,054 39, upon which
the annual charge is $80,946,055 00.
The principal of the jiublic debt has
been reduced during the present tul
ministration $133,334,032 23, and the
annual interest, charge reduced $13,
457,590 50. These are formidable
figures and she w pood management.
The Nashville American, the leading
Democratic paper of tho State, says of
our candidate for Governor:
The Republicans have nominated a
gentleman of character and ability,
and the contest must be one involving
principles and political record, and not
mere personalities. Judge Hawkins
stands well with men of all parties in
rVest Tennessee, and is favoably known
for personal worth throughout the
Tut Rhea Springs Aire's says u will
give all its support to the nominee of
the Democracy. There now ! Democ
racy may feel good; It is safe, safe,
safe w ith the News at its back.
The late State convention was the
largest Republican gathering held in
the Slate for twelve years. The House
of Representatives w as filled to over
flowing about 1,000 delegates being
present. The meeting was harmonious.
The Greenback State convention met
in North Carolina last week. Only
four men were present.
The Ohio Democratic Convention
have declared for Thurman for President.
The State convention failed to en
dorse Hayes and his administration.
The Maryland and New Jersey con
ventions have declared for Blaine.
For the AVeeki.v Hehaih: W. B.
Brow n made his appearance at the
Gadara School house on the '2nd inst. as
announced i and delivered a Sunday
School address that will be remember
ed by many. While It did not sparkle
with wit aud humor, It was replete
with common sense, deep thought, and
originality. He explained the bene
tits of an education, the necessity of
moral training, and the advantage of
the living teacher, i.tmr Humfrvby,
P. Layne, Proprietor;
Tliln Hotel in Plumed pg Um piililii square in
Ihi - liukincw i J-ntrenf tlii'r.tv, ami Imn b u re
cently rcfltifil and funiMieri, and It keet iu
111 -i t ins- hi lr. IlKKnatfr liani. rr.- l in nu
from depot ficc of charge. Sample room IrtrW
The Ocoee Iloune oft ra the best of induce
ments. Boarders for the nunmcr months
can do nu brtlfr dun to glvs this hOKSS a
trial. The Dotal Is Urge and n.samo4lou
and all rooms are neat and in first elasa or
der. Special r ites tn f.tuiilics. For terma
address P. Dayne proprietor. a 1 (im.
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porti. in of tiic niwe, hy hnwkiinr, ralsliut of mueus and tickling of the thnsit, luaa at
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weak, faint f.-ellni;s, e .ivene.. Irreuular ujipellte, and a sense of restless, nervoue
weuknese, with more or less lusa of memory. These symptoms may all cilat, or only a
part of them In any one case.
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m to'!l w;"''.r.' v ,,"h " n" " oa"cd the CATARRH VAPOR. He ha
aoui oaltod the LIVBR rk.ovator. nrhioh kllUell thSdlieaaa in the. HaamSH
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all levers and Lung Affections. Jliaereat work mi the PRAt TICK OP M KIHC1H It,
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i. S.Ut'.'JfxfV ,mw peopi" emi doctor themMlvea. He sends hla pkahody
HKIORU. i.iil.llHhed monthly, free. AM. O VM I.TA TIOS PRKK. Without
boast ug or egotism we aaauru tlie pul.llc that I'rof. J'nlne, by means of his new dla
OOywiSS, Immense experience and Smlnent lesrnlng, aan dliiirnose and treat dlseaao
WUD more certainty, and greater bucccs, 1 1 : i any other olivslelan now living. Ur
semllnit a Ilttlo scraping of fur from your tongue, on a small piece of w hite paper, ho
can di!vlhe ,li.se.ie... with as much certainty as thou-h the putlent was present; Oils ha
dis bv means of his trreat mlcroscope-tlie most iiowcrmi one In the world. The
EMins lodnon the tongue, and it Is hy discovering these germs Hint ho tells the disease.
All tho- atnioted ami wishing to live should consult him either In person or hy letter
hl8h Uie.V .an do Wtthonl money and without price at hla office PKAHODY
W.M IX, ;-, sot TO NlaTTH STREET, PHIL AJKI.PII 1 A, PA.
M i:UH -1XKSJ POU 8ALK UY ALL URliGOlSTl.
Fnr ra'ol y.IOHV l. Tit A YXOll Cleveland, Tenn.
SPRING & SUMMER
CLOT 1 I N G
WC 1(1! Villi l lint it s
. ... v I ' v
you ra it m-t in
con' sting of HATS, CAPS, & GBNTLEMfilN'S
'i"ili,; we mean every won! we Bay alien
win try in give you better, stouter
And better lits, for your money
l her Stor ti this seel ion.
We kuo i that, to control a large
venal satisfaction, and we si. all take
euro increased custom
So, bear in mind that we want you to give us a chance
you boy One Garment or Bpenu One Dollar fnr ninthis.
I rad . we bave to give uni
all bonorable means to se
J. B PY1
Oi fie H
mom s&srs &07 mahssst t,,
Oilers to tho trade thie season, a stock of Goods that for
VARIETY, MAGNITUDE dJVD CHEAPNESS
IS UNSURPASSED IN THIS SECTION.
We offer au assortment of American and Foreign Dress Goods
Comprising all the NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON, as well as a
great variety of all Standard Styles.
Kare Bargains in
Black Silks, Summer Silks
Trimming Silks, Fancy Silks.
su, M. ; JL la m
IN ALL THK NEW SHADES AND DESIGNEES.
LINENS of every description. Bargains in Red, Unbleaced &
Bleached Table Linens, Towels Napkius, Doyliefj and Crashes.
Black and Colored Cashmeres.
In every crude from SS osnts to $1 .3.V Our prices on these goods cannot be beat
en In America. .Send lor Samples.
The Notion and Fancy Good Department
Is complete In every pnrticulur, riiihraci tig full lines of Fringes, IluUons, lloaierv, Kid
Gloves, Lace Gloves, Lisle Gloves, Black and Colored Silk Mitts. We make a specialty
of the celebrated
Mather's Porfamed Kid Gloves. Try them.
RTJOiJINGS, FLOSSES, LACES OF ALL KINDS.
And nn endlcse variety of Yankee NOTIONS.
Of every kind at prices that cannot he undersold.
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF-
Clothing, Hats and Gouts
FURNISHING GOODS OF ALL KIND,
SHIRTS A SPECIALTY.
WE HAVE OPENED THIS SEASON A BEAUTIFUL STOflK OF
Which is manipulated by one of tbe lust and mon tneteful Milliners in the South. We
have now a force, of Clttttl Who attend to the order trade to which we pay special atten
tion. PartlM who order goods (Von us get exactly the Banie prices as though in person
ai wt nell all al itrlctlf One Price.
Having botti KitUami nd Dreaa.makm (ofexparlenoaand acknowledged good taste.)
In our employ. Anything in the in the way of lining or trimlngl left to our selection
will be carefully and competently attended to
Samples of goods will lie L'laillv sent to anvon ordtrlns lliem. Trv ua and ha eon-
viuceu tnui it n
ovely Botiqnet, Gold, mid Silver
mo,asild;v !. with namn. in
ao Oabp Co., lasiau, N. Y.
unlike the munv 10-OalIed
preparations for this disor
der which only relieve while usi d Ly the )m
tienl, Cures Peruiunentlv! and b:is been en
doraed in this respect (br the past 80 years
bj the ending medical nuthorittes in' Eu
rope. No Charge made togive it a fair test,
us Dr Laacelle i undertakei to send eoch
suffering applicant a FREE paeknge on their
forwnrdtaVg name and P. O. addreai to his
Sole Agi nls for the IT. S. and Canada, Ilea
srs. S LOCUM k CO., No. 4 Cedar St N . V
LANE & ROD LEY CO..
sfAXL'VAOTUSBSI OF BTANDABD
Stationary and Portable
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Shafting Hangers,
Pulleys, etc. Our Machinery is stronc. sim
ple, and well made and is especially adap
ted to the wants of Farmers and Planters
Ginning, Sawing. Grinding and Factory ua-.
oenu ioran illustrated uaiolOgno.
LAtyE & ISODl.l.v CO.,
John k Water Sts., Ciuciunnti, O.
flflool. uovw and Bool; only lias to
areas DaoToTi?. Beau, WoTtH.
UN 30 DA YS THt A I.
We will send our Ei.VXTKO-VOLl AIC Belts
in t ili'r fc.le.Ue apjjliaih iv nuon trial for So
'"' 'i 1 ii' a nniian es iMinii
ttan to those sulTericR Horn Nervous
..... mn.iMiu. i ani n s. s or anv
Liycror Ki iueys, nn.l mauy'
VuLTAU l'.LLXi.o..Mai,l.aIl. fJ
disease of the
1 15673 NEW and OLD Standa.d WORKS
in Evuy Lcpnrl mint of Literature. Almoat
given away. Cutillogue of Genersl Lilera
lureaod Botton tree. Immense induce
ments to lSonk ( lubs and Lib.arica.
UJeekman st, ..pp. I'ost-otfice, New York
Mt te ud Qrfus.
SURE CURE T1
Ma nntMtnred only undar Ilia aJWiin Trnrin
Mark, hy the I't'KoI'UAN sa l.it VI. It: Miont.
CIN'Li.'O., of Paris anrl Leipzig.
Immediate flollef W arrested I'ermanent,
Cure Guiirant. ad. Now exclusively use.1 bv all
aelebratod Phi lioiaot of Bupope aud America.
Theliiglii Bt Alediral Ar idcuiy of 1'arl? reports
liiiiiurcs out or mil rasen wiitu n three ilavs.
Sei ret The only dissolve!' of the poisonous
Cue Add which e-!sis in the lilimri nf llhrn.
inatii and OOUty Patients
a. 0. Uewey, F.sq
3 f.eavy. naq .lfiii Waahlnften Market, Chron
ic Kin n ii i u t j -1 j i
Mrs. T. Town, 03 Baal Kteth street (chalkv
formatioiiKiu the Joint), Uirooto Bbeanatiam.
A. at. Prayer. "1 Newark avenue, .Jersey City,
John V. C hauiherl.il n. Blip. Washington Club.
waahloctott. D.C Bheumatlc Goat.
n in. t,. Arnold, t.tn
, 2oi Broadway, lot) am ma-
12 Weybosset street,
twenty years' ChrOOIC
ujtsi HADE; warranted sir reara. NBW
PIANOS, ttool and cover, 5if.O, upward
New OlttiANS, 45, $50, $60, 7o. upward.
Illuatroted Catalogue dec. AGENTS WAN
TED. BeoondHaad INSTRUMENTS at
BA1IOAIN8. HORACE WATERS k
CO., ftjfj Hro.dwuy, N. V.
rMT f "''"T, ATTRACTIVE, CHEERFUL
Mrj, Jull JIeNnlr Wrlhi New Bok,
THE COMPLETE HOME
Tall vr PBACTICAX. INFORM ATI OV.
Tke yoonjt Houso.fcntxir's tiriDE,
JTIpllls-KfcrlBr. Cooking, Drtu, AooidooU. BloksM.
rimlli Qajsnasat, nd umliltudu ..f itl,.r lojilai ff;
sSShappv? " to ",ke Ue Uo" BBAtwintt
b found ouUido of iupiraUoa.-tv.f ,,(u1niJ0S
NEEDED Jn ,T,rT '"r .boms RV Kloh u) Toie
"'"W inall country horrnii Dl r(1M.Vu7
Fin, PSM . ( l.,.r fm, KsStKu BbilW.l 3? iu!
THE GREAT THROUGH ROUTE 1'ROM
THE SOUTH T
AND ALL POINTS NORTH k SOUTH
.John B. TuriiKale, 100 Sanehnz street. San
Francisco, Neuralgia Sciatica.
Fnr Malarial, Intermit tmt ami Chrouic Fe
ver, Chills, or Ague,
BAlIOTLICA IS A CERTAIN CURE,
Superseding entirely the use nf Sulphate of Qui
nlne. as il will not only not the fevers, hut will
achieve 11 KAMI L I'HI'., without any of the
lncimvenisnc.es and troubles arising f ton Ulil-N1NK.
In lo your IntcrrNt to putronizp iim.
J. B. Pyron.
$1 a box or( boxes" for $5.
BENT FRKK IIV WAIL OK RMIM OK HONEY,
ASK TOttB DRUGGIST FOR IT,
but take im i mil at ton or 1 i iiutc, as our Sal I -
cy lira (eoiiyrla;hted) iHrunrmitecd lo relieve, or
1 .lliiliil, .il,. i Will In
TIIK I MH.Il 4 M S FKIK1VD.
Families intending to omicrato to
ARKANSAS OK TEXAS
will lind the ru(o via poplar
bluff, the most expeditious and
Through car dnilv from COLUMHUS KY
via Poplar Bloff, to TK.xarkan'a
.Special ittWtioO is piven to Kmiffrant
Business, and RaUia an- alwnvs qnotod at
Un lowe-I pOMlbll figurea. ' Houshold
Goods, Ac., arc curried tru- Emiprants on tho
most reaaonablt ternt,
Emiirranta shotiltl always purchase their
Tickets liy rajf of Co in, , us or Uuiro and
Poplar Bluff, aa thla line iuiii no special
Eolgrant trains all passengers being car
ried throuph todeHliimlion on First elans
non j i a
leliyi'ieu tree mi
rders, by esllliifr on or adilresMiiy
Washburne & Co.,
212 Ri'nadwny, cor I'lilJun st., 'Kiicix
BnlWlne) N. .
Mar. I Iv
ifto poundi BatffUfc e for
acb - mttrunt.
Tor further DtrHovUI infofnirtlioii call upon
'"'dl ess ,'. ltflOH
'Southern I'ass'r Apent,
p o Boit 137 Chalttittoofa Taaa
Jttttlcca' lllnnkn for hhIc tit this office
I olienper than thy can be bought In