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Twisted hemp cures felons. Hooted sorrow—An aching tooth. 'A man of great promise — your boot -maker. tine of our favorite priraa donnas has a falsi® to' teeth. V dressmaker’s apprentice speaks of her i red lover as the fellow whose looks *’»•> cut bias. Mrs. Partington declares that she does not wish to vote, as she fears she couldn’t stand thushock of the electrical franchise. An Indiana man hivl the ramrod of a shot-gun tired through him, ai.d the onb, damage was “a dum queer feeling.” \ Xt w Jersey editor, who pretends to be f.i.ui.iar with S]»anish politics, says that Ai:'oum> “ a sail ulcer ovorcca1. “Missa Speakuh I” howled a member ol Kellogg’s legislature. “Ordah dar!” re 1 liithe speaker. The Grand Duchess Constantine of Rus sia, has the finestsetof hair jewelry in the > irld. The Grand Duke is entirely bald. A Pennsylvanian boasts that, he m ikes a s nip that would “wash a politician's char actor white as snow.” There must be a good deal of “lye" about that soap. A Kentucky paper endeavors to pay a delie ito compliment to a favorite actress by calling her “a sweet little red-haired I-chandelier kicker.” Boy on his uncle’s knee—“Uncle, wh it's tluit in your throat ?” Uncle—“That’s an Adam’s apple.” lloy — “Adam's apple 1 lias it got a stem ?” Only three guests were bid, and thirteen crowd the hall; Pom- water in the soup, and bid them wel come all. *‘I don't care a cent for fashion—I’ve got to scratch my heel!” exclaimed a De troit man as he pulled of hi3 boot iu a street car, recently. Tli e question for discussion at a recent meeting of scientists was, “which travels fastest, heat or cold ?” It was decided iu V. ~l- ...- -1-1 I been able to catch cold. “Suntbin’s wrong, "mused a Tennessee farmer when he visited his smoke-house the other morning after sotting a spring gun and f tiling to tiud a dead negro in front of it, “Prance out some more pancakes!” warned William McDuff, as he sat at a ta ble in Kansas City: and as the waiter wouldn't prance’em, Mr. McDuff split liis ear with a bowie knife. Leaves have their time to fall And flowers to wither at tho north wind’s moan. And men to die ; but all, The salary-grab at all times claims its own. Somebody who has heard of a proposition to have separate street ears for women, says that lie sees no necessity for it, as he never had any objection to riding in the same car with a woman. Conversation at the breakfast table: Smith—“Ain't John late in bringing the mail this morning?” Jones—“I guess there is something in the postal cards that he doesn’t understand.” A pilot on the Mississippi telegraphed to his wife in New Orleans, “Ice-bound, my dear.” Her reply was, “Dear Hubby— Take blue mass at night and a Seidlitz powder in the morning.” A Chicago man closed liis testimony in iiis setion for divorce from his wife as fol lows: “I don't want to say anything again the woman, Judge, but I wisli you could live with her a little while.” “Whore is the hoc, Sambo “Wid de rake, Massa.” “Well, where is the rake ?” “Wid de hoe.” “But where are both?” “Why V„ it togeder; you’pears to be bery fticular this morning.” “Now, then, children,” said a parish school-mistress showing her children off pn examination day; “who loves all men?” " ifou, missus,” w:us the unexpected re ply. A Memphis fortuneteller told a man that fVvrfnn.* .if S.'iO t M X) w:i.s fwmin«r fcn him t.hp next week, and he shelled out $50 to his wife to buy a new suit. When too late he learned that his wife had fixed the thing with the old woman. Petersham has produced an auctioneer who tells the truth. He recently told a bidder: “You’ve got a good bargain on that sleigh you bid off for'$2.50. It is just as good *>r the hens to roost ou as one that cost $30.” While a couple of women were discussing the other day, the merits of a certain phy sician, one of them asked the other what kind of a doctor he was. “Sure, I dimno,1' was tin reply, "but I think it's an alapaca doctor they call him.” “What ’ you take your mother-in-law out shooting?” says a French sportsman in one of Cham’s pictures to another sportsman. “ Yes,” is the reply, “with a 25 franc gun I have presented her, there’s no knowing nil it may happen.” A lovely young man with a sealskin cap and an Ulster coat, adorned with rosetto. behind and silk scollops ou the shoulders - :is observed trying to break a hole in th. C'lUdJandt stivet sidewalk, this morning, be sitting down on it suddenly. Well, Neighbor Slummidge, how mud s 'all 1 put, you down for to get a cliandelie. for the church ?” Neighbor 8.—“Sho! What ye want to g: a Shandy-leer for? The’ hain't nobody kir. play enter it when ye git it!” A genialbald-headed gentleman, while i; Paris, went one day to the Zoological Gui dons. The weather was warm, and he laid down on a bench. Presently he fell asleep, and fie was aroused by a warmth about the bead. An infatuated ostrich had come along, an l, mistaking his bald head for an egg, settled down, with the determined res olution to hatch it. A very practical sevmonizer made tlics jvn arks on the soul saying question: “My l,i tin-, n, a man cannot afford to- lose his until. He’s got but one, and he can’t get iiuo'.-lur. If a man lose Iris horse, he can • i. r. fher; if a man lose his wife he can i h r; if a man lose his child he can t another. Hut if he lose his soul, good I bye, John! •<lIo\v long have you lived in this coun ty- y” asked a lawyer of a deaf witness, who had been called to prove the old boundaries of a farm. “Hey t” said the witness, put ting his hand behind his ear. “How long 1; ive you lived in this county?” roared the lawyer. “01), yes, that's it; about two rots,” said Hie witness, leaning forward. “You may step down !” yelled the lawyer. “Well, it might he a little more,” said H witness, who was then led off by an offcei the court. Keep to Ohe Thing.—Let every young man after he has chosen his vocation stick to it. Don’t leave it because bard blows are to be struck, or hard work performed. Those who have worked their way up to wealth and usefulness do not belong to the shiftless and unstable class, but may be reckoned among such as took off their coats, rolled up their sleeves, conquered their prejudice against labor, and manfully .bore the hea* and burden of the day. Uvhether upon the old farm where your fathers toiled diligently, striving to-bring [the soil to productiveness; in the machine Lhop or factory; or the thousand other Etui ness places that invite honest toil and [kill, let your mot.o be perseverance and Industry BROOK II A VEft. r.f/v?uoa'h mom Woe ,L adies! Hats, Bonaetts, Gloves. MISS I). II. MI KELL. MILLINER* DRESSMAKER Would announce to the ladies of Brooklia ven and vicinity that she has just te ceived a large a nd carefully select ed stock of Ml LLINERY, FANCY GOODS, Ladies' Underware. Flowers, Cuffs Cutting,'fitting and dress making done to order g? Orders from distance will re ceive prompt attention Oc21 (ini Or. El. J. iton'en, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. BROOKHAVEN, MISS., Offers his service to the people of this sec tion and the surrounding country, lie will attend calls at any hour of day or night Oflice at Daughtry A Smvlie’s Drug Store. Oct 21-ly Chas. BSrsu-k. lias in store a most complete stock of AND FAMILY GROCERIES. Also a large stock of TOBACCOS. CIGARS, FANCY GOODS. TOYS. ETC. Ml of which he will sell at bottom'fiL' I ures for cash or country produce. [Oc-Hl Dr. iT.W. Bennett PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. BROOKIIAVEN, ----- MISS, j Office at Daughtry & Smylie’s Drug Store. Imetcr t/urich's BROOKIIAVEN, MISS. Experienced Cooks and Polite Waiters Always in Attendance. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. KEEPS ON HAND Fresh Fish, Oysters, Con- j foctioners, Fruit, Etc, Fine Wines. Liquors, Cigars, Etc Bullies anil (icntlemen will timl m \ Restaurant neatly tlttcil up. A share o their patronage is soli cl toil. Sept. —3 11 liTotico. Those persons to whom i have been advancing supplies are hereby notified that their accounts are now due. and I am compelled toinote forward in col lecting. The wisest and cheapest way of set line'. is to settle promptly and early, before additional costs are incurred. Those who pursue this course with me. and preserve their irood name, shall not be tlie looser. It. W. MII.I. Al’S. UctT-tf 0 r » 3 ; £ 1 g p P” s 3 * o * 3 0 ^ s? m * 1 p ? g I 5 -? vO o o §. SS • m c- Jr 0 O $ © 1 * ? as 0 5 1 H « ^ E cr> O £ o T O ■ S3. <7. .Johnston, 7 — MAKES— HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, ETC lie keeps constantly on hand an as-ortraent of all kinds of work in his line, which he will dispose of low down tor cash. He also does re pairing of every discription, and will give prompt attention to ail orders received. Shop Corner of ltailroad Avenue and Jlonticello sts., Hrookliaveu, Mlim. Sept. *B-3ui. NEW ORLEANS. JIMO. PHELPS & CO., (Successors to Phelps & Jones,) Cotton Factors AND Gpiiernl 4'omiiii*Nion TSnTliiiiits No. 1(.)‘2, Gravier st., Now Orleans, La. fiept30-1y OHAS. CHAFFS, E. J. H AMVLTQN, JNO. POWKLL Now Orleuus. Now Orleans. Grenada, Miss Chaffe, Hamilton & Powell, COTTON FACTORS AND < <m m niiKciu.vr.«.. No. 189 Gravier st, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Sept30-ly IOHN CHAFFE. Wit. H. CHAFFE. C. CHAFFE, JK. JOHN CI1AFFU <fc 80X8, COTTON FACTORS AND General r»iiimissioii tlerehants. No. 52;U nion street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Sept30-3m The i'itriraJrf! i IMPROVED EucIsl’ib Brilliant Is the only Stove that has tlie Patent Chilled Iron Fire Plates, Guarantee'! to last four times as ftmtr as any ordinary Cast Iron Plates. Sold by K. HALLER, 49 Camp St., New Orleans, I,a., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Cooking Stoves, Heating Stoves, Fire Grates, Hollow-ware, Plain Tinware, Japan Tinware, Fire Irons, Table Qittlery, Fluteing Machines, I’est Fluted Ware and Tinners’Trimming HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS of Every description. El. Haller, 40 Camp St. Sole Agent for the Celebrated Ringer Washer. Sept30-6m. UElTJYOJLMf’S Steam Marble Saw Mills AND BtuHai; iHsirltle Depot. Water st., fronting the river to Levee st., hct’n Washington Avenue and Sixth st. Warerooins and Office, >o«i. I»!>, DM, 1(14. and DCS. Poydras street, New Orleans, Louisiana. Also Proprietor of the Hiil City Marble Works. Vicksburg, Miss. Having a large stock of the most ap proved brands of the Italian Marble of my own direct importation selected expressly for the Westesn and Southern markets— the attention of the trade is respectfully solicited. Slabs of all thickness. Spires and monumental stock constantly on hand cut to size, according to order. Torah tops and Head Slones rubbed and finish ed ready for lettering. Employing a full corps of skilled and reliable assistance, I am at all time pre pared to execute orders for every variety of Cemetery, Garden, Ornamental and in side and outside building work. A large and elegant stock of Italian and various colored marbles, Marbelized Iron and Slate Mantles of the latest and most mod ern designs constantly on hand or made to order. Estimates made and contracts taken for the construction ol Granite and all kind of stone work. Application lor circulars, and informa tion promptly responded to. Sept30-lv Wit. GREGG. MRS. ADA GREGG. PURCHASING BUREAU FOR THE SOU'l H. A SI B.ijeci oft’ (ilomls Eorirardcd. 154 Canal st., New Orleans, La. GENERAL Sewing Machine Depot New machines of all kinds. Good second-hand machines at half price \\u repair all. Exchange for old Machines and guarantee satisfaction. You can he accommodated better than at any other place in the city, both as re gards variety and terms of payment. All kinds of fancy and ornamental sew ing, in the highest’ style of art, done on short notice. Sewing machine attach ments, oil, thread, needles, etc., for all machines constantly on hand. Come and see us before purchasing, or send for catalogue and circular. B&SjrRefer to the editor of this paper. Sept30-ly Important to Planters. ARON COTTON TIES. The Arrow Ties are the best and moat popular ties in use-for bailing cotton. They are manufactured of the best quality ot English Iron, and are sold under full guarantee at the lowest market price, by all dealers in bailing stuffs in New Or leans, Mobile. Galveston, Savanah, Memphis, Louisville, Nashville, New York, and by country merchonts generally throughout the cotton States. • K. W. RAYNE & CO., (Late Rartlett & Rayne,) GENERAL AGENTS. No. 48 Carondelet st.. corner Union, NEW ORLEANS* Sept303:n _ «, ir. tPjKKFjMjIj sr co., Uotton I-'ncton* and Ueneral Commission Merchants, No. 31 Carondelet st., N. O., La. We respectfully solicit consignments of Cotton, Sugar*. Molasses, Kiee and other produce, as well as orders tor flagging, 1’ies and all kinds of goods and supplies. We are also prepared to sell Wool, Moss, Hides, etc., and >' lien necessary, where produce is shipped shippoi s are at liberty to draw on us .through hills of lading or railroad re ceipts for as much as $40 per bale ot cot ton or hogshead of sugar. when such is un.ncuinuered. the balance to be paid when produce is sold. Highest maiaet prices will he* obtained for all produce sold. Prompt and courteous attention given to all business entrusted to our £.ut.. sept30-3m. NEW ORLEANS. it id well's ACADEMY OF MUSIC! No. 94 St. Charles street, N kw Orleans, La., I>. RIDWELL, Proprietor aud Manage!. Edward Schwartz, - - - Treasurer, J. F. Pike, - - - - Stage Manager. CAPACITY, EASE AND COMFORT. Rich and elegant appointments, and thor ough ventilation, make this popu lar family resort The Most Elegant Theatre in the South. the stock company F'or the season of 1875 and bt> is without doubt the best that has ever appeared i# New Orleans, thus enabling the Manager to present First-class Stars, Combinations and the Latest Dramatic Sensations, in a superior manner. Adjoining the Academy of Music, 90 St. Charles Street, is the Plioonix House, established a half century ago, the most popular and complete Refreshment and Amusement Saloon in America. It contains a F'ine Liquor I Bar, Elegant Bowling Saloon, Soda an I Confectioueiy Saloon, Oyster and Clop House, supplied with the best in the land, and served by Competent and Polite At tendants. -w .1 if is s: i: wo st m s , E. D. EATON, Proprietor, 734 ( amp St. between Delord and St. Joseph streets. Aew Orleans, ... 1 ,:i., IMPORTER AND DEALER IN Foreign & American Marble, MONUMENTS, TOMBS, Headstones, Statuary, Urns, Vases, MANTLES, WATER TABLES, All kinds of Furniture Work, Cement, Lime. Plaster Palis, Eire Brick, Shells, 3ALVANIZED IRON RAILING, WITH MARBLE POSTS. In short everything pertaining to the tra<!e, at wnoie^Jiie auu retail. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Address E. D. EATON, Sapt. 2-tf. W. H. HOWCOTT. O. G. GORDIN Sift B3’f 'O TT €i O !l BP f. 1 COTTON FACTORS AND tioarrul <'oint allusion UcrclmiiIs No. o- Union street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Sept30-6in. HR. C. M. VAIKKN, .1. n HAWKINS, .1. S. (JROVES. Vaulen, Mi.a. Winona, Miss. N. D., La. Vaiden, Hawkins & Co.-, COTTi )N FACTORS AND (.eiieru! Commission ’iereiiauls No. -10, Union st., (ground floor,) NEW ORLEANS, LA. Liberal Advances made on Cousienm'ts Sept3(MSm jtroniKV! MO.KEK! I Liberal /advances on Consignments. COELL L WKIGHT, Commission Merchants, —AND— U u R C II A S I N G A G U N S, 5)5 Decatur Street, Orleans. - • 5.;i. Wool, Moss, Hides, Cotton, Fruits, etc. charge no sdorage, pmterage, «*t. •. We get Letter prices and sell quicker than any other house in the city. Flour ! Flour ! 2 Imported direct. Prices low. JelT-ly rmv (ticiJM^si sti i.i.i) is 'i Office—No. 109Gravier Street. PAGE M. BAKER. Editor and Prop'r Largest Daily Circulation in _Veir Orleans. Terms—One Dollar per month or Tw elve Dollars per year. Subscription fo-the Daily Bulletin re ceived at our counter, 10!> Gravier street. The Weekly Bulletin, only $-'! 00 per annum, Full of news, and one of the largest and best papers puolisbed in the South. lnrt-tt QITV IIOITII., Corner Camp and Common streets, .Vw Orleiiiis. - I.a. Only Two Dollars and a Half per Day. This Superior Hotel is located in the very centre of the business portion of the city. It is conveniently situated within a few squares of the Theatres and places ol "Amusement, and within one square of the Creat Mart, Canal Street. For business men and their families, this Hotel presents superior advantages. The Commodious Verandas in front of the building are a great conve nience and attraction, not equalled in ex tent by any other Hotel in the city. This House has been Refitted, and renovated throughout, and is unsur passed by any establishment in the South west. Every Luxury the Season Affords is liberally furnished by the Proprietors, and experienced caterers employed to en sure the Satisfaction of the Public. t. .• i .» ■ i . lim.i. i ill llLUiill illU'IHlWII IU 4*11 grauis and Letters ordering rooms. Business communications should he ad dressed— CITY HOTEL, New Orleans, Miiintbrtl At Watson. febi-tf Proprietors. MM a r r y G il m o r e, (of Aberdeen, Mis.'.,) —WITH— LIVE OAK DISTILLERY, CINCINNATI. Schmidlapp & Co., Props. Sept. 9-1 vr. C. F. T.MFFJE and CO., Vicksburg Marble Works Grove St., between Adams and Cberry, Monuments, Tombs, Head & Foot Stones, Mantles, Vases, COUNTER & TABLE TOPS, Of the best Italian and American Marble, at prices that defy competition. Sept30-ly jAH. M. S. CKAi r, Practitioner -OF medicine -AND OPERATIVE SURGERY, Jaekstuti ... Miss. apl 1-ly JACKSON. Mississippi State Fair. THE SEVENTH Annual Mississippi State Fair will be held at J ACKSON, commencing Monday, November the 8th, 1875, and continue ONE WEEK, The railroads will pass Visitors and Ar ticles for exhibition, at half rates, as here tofore. Gen. A. M. West will deliver the An nual Address on Thursday, November 11 Liberal Premiums in all the Depart ments, including Centennial Premiums on Field Crops, etc., to the amount of $l,f>00. Catalogues, giving complete details, will be promptly mailed to any address, on ap plieation to J. t. POWER, Secretary, Oct7-tf Jackson, Miss, Do You Want to Buy Machinery ? Steam Engines* i ! THE J. C. IiOADLEY—Watertown, Erie City, Wood, Taber & Moorse, Wood bury, Portable or Stationary; or L. G. Skinner’s Celebrated Small Engines, with Horizontal Boilers. COTTON PRESSES.—-The Old Relia ble BROOKS, greatly improved, with Hinged Box. The Shofield, Winship; or Nesbit, for Hand, Horse, Steam or Water Power. GOTTON GINS.—Gullett’s Improved, Pratt’s ditto, E. Carver, Eagle DuBois and j W instil])—all warranted in every parucu-1 lar. Also, D. &. H. Rentchler’s l. X. L. 67J.W.V BBEBIIjKj. The best for Putting in Wheat or Oats— will he sold payable half this tali and half j another year. CALH00VS HKOAI) CAST SEED SOWEll, Straub’s Mill, Su gar Cane Mills and Evaporators, Hire Hol lers and Cleaners, Cotton Seed Ilullers, Wire, Hope and Pulleys for running Cot ton Oins—safe from tire. Patent Har rows, Corn Shelter*, Saw Mills and Wood Working Machinery of every kind. Be sure to call or write me before buying and you will not only save money by it, but get reliable Machinery in every case. Address, U. 1). BUSTAMANTE, Oct7-tf Jackson, Miss. Jackson. .Mists. Stuart&Ksrk!and PKOPRl ETORS. Would respectfully call tho attention of ! dealers, and the public generally, to our • new and justly celebrated Of which we make.throe sizes. One com mendable feature in our plow is that, in j addition to the Cast Points, we have a: r-wt sitool Point and also a Steel Sera tier I Attachment. Our Plow is so constructed j that the point is much higher upon it than ordinary oast plows and it is con- j fidently believed that they will take the place of those costly steel plows at a trifl ing cost over the ordinary cast plow. Our Plows arc cast from the host pig iron, and well ground and polished on emery wheels. J We will keep on hand a full stock of, each size of Plows, with botli Steel and j Cast Points, and Steel Scrapers—our Cast j Points being of an entire different shape | from any other, they wear much longer and take the ground much better than or dinary cast points, and of course are much ! cheaper than the steel points. Pelaliatchle, Rankin Comity, Miss.,) March 18, 1375. / Messrs. Stuart tfc Kirkland :— Gents : I have sold the No 7 Plow you sent me. The gentleman sa vs it is the hast running plow he ever worked with. Respectfully, Byram, Miss., March 26, 1875. Messrs. Stuart A A irkland :— Gents : Send a No. 7 plow to Mr. .T. F. I.ee, at Bvraiu. lie examined and said after trying it, that it was the liest cast plow he had ever seen. 1 am well pleased ; it runs light, turns very well and goes in the ground ftuely. and is easy to guide. Lee is a good judge and knows whereof he speaks. Very respectfully,^ QA8gAWAy# Steens’ Creek, Rankin Couuty, Miss.,) April 23, 1875. j Messrs. Stuart <t* Kirkland :— Gents: Having purchased a ud used your new turning plow this spring, I pronounce it a sue farmers. Yours respectfully, JOHN B. LEWIS. We are prepared to furnish, at short no tice, the best and most approved COTTON GINS, COTTON PRESSES. IIORSE POWERS, S1EAM ENGINES, GRIST MILLS, SUGAR CANE MACHINERY, ETC. Especial attention given to repairing all kinds of machinery, or making new. tituurt A Klrkliind, Oct7-4ra Proprietors. FIRST-CX.ASS boarding —AT— THE NELSON HOUSE, JackMtn, ------ - ■ Mississippi. The table is at all times supplied with the best tne market attords. Terms reasonable. JACKSON, MISS., Has Wagous. Buggies,Light Carriages, House Furniture, liar- ■aajjMk ness. Saddlery, Plows, JSSpHffj Sweeps, Gum and r*5**™***™ , j nt. g ^ Leather Belting. P^*GO TO SEE HIM. EDUCATIONAL. kopii0Wi:> MALE AND FEMALF COLLEGE, (■Sullulln, Tenn,, On Hie Louisville mid Nashville Rail road, and at tne Junction of of the Cumberland and Ohio K. 11., Twenly-six Miles From Nashville. Tenth Academic Year. The school is in one of the richest and most charming iigi'lcultiiral counties in America, in the heart of the famotit Bluegrass country of Sumner county. Tenn., a lovely valley lying botwen n range of the Cumberland mountains aim the Cumberland river, in a beautiful lit tie city of vines and flowers, contaniip three thousand five hundred inhabit ants, distinguished for intelligence mm refinement, hospitality and generosity. This place was selected after canvass iug t.lie advantages and Inducements of iered ut all the most noted points in th< country. Sixteen members of the faculty, a number of whom have the highest na tional reputation, ho*li as teachers am authors, and will he increased to twen ty-tive the next academic year. The Five Schools of tho College Course. 1. School of Humanists. 2. School of A ucient Language. 3. School of Mathematic-. 4. School of Philosophy. 5. School of History and Moral Science. Departments. 1. Preparatory School. 2- Normal School. :!. M lisic School. 4. Art School. 3. School of Modern Languages, li. Agricultural School. 7. Commercial School, s. Law School. The present term began February 13th 1873. Fall term will begin the 1st Monday in September. Board, tuition, fuel, washing .to , $H8. 20,000 catalogues for gratuitous distri button. Students can attend liaptist Metho dist, Christian. Phesbv teriun or Catho lic Churches. Students are received at any degree ol advancement at any time Seven Stern Facts. 1. It is the cheapest college of like grade In the world . 2. In lour specialties it challenges competition. .'1. No institution is less slavish or more progressive. 4. It exemplifies that the institution may he very good and very cheap, though contrary to the dogma of some. 5. It educates males and females, which is natural and right—now so de cided by experts, but tong ago by com mon sense. 0. No expense will he spared to se cure teaeheis of the lines! and best tal ent in Europe and America. 7. it is truly a national institute, and the youths oi all sections are solicited to come and form friendships that will greatly tend to make us in truth a united people, and perpetuate our liberties. The Home College for tue North and -onlli. Sectional prejudices must be destroy ed, or true national patriotism will cease to exist. There is no way so effective as re bringing together the noble youths from all sections, and having at heart the making them devoted friends in college days. Patriots and philanthropists every where are rei|Ucsted to consider and en courage this enterprise. Twenty $1,000 scholarships and one thousand $100 scholarships to he dis posed Of. -s One hundred thousand of the next il lustrated annual catalogue, containing ninety-six pages each, will be issued, thirty-six pages ot which w ill be ottered to the public as an advertising medium. Kor catalogue, address John Walton, A.M.. UM>., PresiT'Cl. No. 1.—Scholarships, Male and Female. v* ishinjr to pxtoml t.» a i; 1number »>t siu ti: ' Trmb'^e if att< I'imjf (*:>! i - j •, ami enable in i tt b*.-l cireiimv'iiu to acqui e an e-.Im- .rlon t‘ie inaii/itfeM "T Sr w;>'u>Men ('it!lejfC nave .|*'e m.m* I to s -ii one ni'MisuMM N-Mt.iai Mir.u-: u . .> sit i»e sn„i of $100 each, uiat that v hen ••ne thousand are sold, each purchaser ^!I tii'-rcaflrr have the ; ight to send a student to this college fiee of all tuition fees. All who wish to avail hensselves of thin ar rangement or aid are requested to transmit to rj. M. Walton, (iallatin, Teuii., a bond for schol arships, as follows': For and in consideration of one scholarship at. Neophogen roll.-go, winch guarantees to the purchaser forever thereafter the right to send one student to Neophogen College free of all tui tion fees, the undersigned promises and binds himself, ins heirs, executors and administrators, to pay Ti> the Treasurer of said College one hun dred dollars, to be be paid so soon as one thou sand scholarships have been sold, and the under signed has been notified of same, and the same to bear interest from time of the notice being given until paid, at six per cent. The right of said scholarship vest when tUe one hundred dollars are paid, and to continue forever. I hereby bind myself, my heirs, etc., to fulfill this obligation. As witness mv hand and seal,this-davof—. ttest*:^ '--' i'pon receiving the preceding bond, which will be deposited iu one of the national banks of [iallatin, a receipt will be returned to the pur chaser. Tne right to the scholarship is transfer rabie, and an.v one holding the same may send tuy one to college free of tuition fees. In this way, a collegiate education is forever jecured to the holder of the scholarship, his de pendents or assigns. No. 2— Female Scholarships. $1,000—To Parents and Philanthropists : Ten female students will be received into the family of the President of Neophogen College irid trained as his children, boarded, clothr * »ooks and stationery furnished, and graduates n a regular collegiate course, for $1,000 each, payable in advance by the 1st of September, 1875 nfev must not be under twelve years of age, uul able to read and write. The chief induce ment in presenting this is to give the president in opportunity to train remaikable characters to “he honor of the college, and to enable him to verify his views in regard to the development of my youth of medium organization, when full .-oiitrol is given and implicit confidence reposed. No. 3.—Male Scholarships, $1,000. Board and tuition perpetual to one student for 61,000, payatde in advance. The holder of a scholarship can introduce one student after au utlier from time to time, free of charge for hoard and tuition. There are only tvyeuty of these scholarships for sale. Address, M. V\ Als lsL..IJ., President, Gallatin, Tenn. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. The teachers of tho Neophogen College have the highest national reputation both as teachers suit authors. It is the cheapest college of the kirn) iu the world, anil is the best one for both males aud females of the North and South. It is located iu a beautiful section of the State, which was selected with great care.—Ifepublieau Ban ner, Nashville, Tenn. Neophogen is the cheapest college of like grade iu the world. There are live schools di vided into eight departments, which are thor migh in their detail of study.—Bulletin, Nash ville, Tenu. Neophogen is a great enterprise. 1 he college is located in one of the garden spots of tde coun try. It consists of ten teachers of established reputation.—Christian Advocate, NashviLe, 1 "Neophogen has a national claim upon the youth of this country, and the faculty have a national reputation.—Pulaski Patriot, 111. Neophogen is founded upon right principles; has adopted the right course; is imbued with the right spirit; aims at the right ends, and uses the right means —San Antonio Express, Texas Neophogen stands high in the estimation of scholarly men all over the country. The faculty numbers many names known to the educational and scientific' world.—Wood County Reporter, Wisconsin. . , ... Neophogen College is situated In one of the richest, healthiest and most charming counties in the State ot Tennessee, aud is one of the cheapest institutions in the United States. -Lafayette Advertiser, Vermlllionville, La. This excellent seat of learning is located at Callatin, Tenn., in one of t'-e richest and most ('banning agricultural districts iu America. It is the cheapest college of its grade In the country, and not only that, it is one of the best.—\ azoo City Democrat, Miss. It presents superior inducements to parents and guardians as a desirable field for educaslou al crSture.—American Citizen, Canton, Miss. We recommend this excellent college.—Aber deen Examiner, Miss. Neophogen is entering its tenth academic year, rnd is oue of the best colleges in existence. —Summit Sentinel, Miss. Neophogen College.—Such is the name of one of the most promising aud useful institutions of the South, located at the beautiful little city, (iallaitn. Teun.—Sanaibal Courier, Mo. May ST-t* NEW YORK. ----—-- ... -: —^—- A mMm>) A mild aperient, and gentle purgative, recommended for the cure of all derange ments of' the stomach, liver and bowels. By their timely use much sickness is pre vented. 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