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In Endless Variety at SAVAGE & EMERSON'S.
ALBUMS, HARPS, TOILET SETTS, ODOR CASES, DRESSING CASES, MANICURE SETTS, CANDIES BOOKS OF ALL
KINDS, VASES, FINE LAMPS, AND A THOUSAND THINGS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
xCHEilP TOYS FOR THE CHILDREN, II Examine Our Stock Before Buying Elsewhere. II WE C1M SIS Ynil MllMFlY
West Tennessee Star,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL THE CAED.
PaflHcneer No. 17 37, N, .
Patwenjrer No. 34 21 p. m.
Local 1 a Except Sunday 8 50 a.m
Passenger No. 2 3 25 a. m.
PiuwenL'er No. 4 8 23 a. m.
J-ocal,lnily Except Sunday 3 45 p in
TunneiM Midland R, Kj Tim Tab!
No ,51, PaMHcnger, Leaves Jackson at 6:30
o'clock a. m. Arrives at Memphis at 9:55
o'cock a. m.
No. 81, Freight, leaves Jackson atl2:&0
a.m Arrives at Memphis at 8:25 a. iu.
. 52, Passenger, leaves Hem phi at 4:30
S o clock p. m. Arrive at Jackxon at 7:oo
o clock p, in.
No.G2, Freight, leaves Memphis nt 7:10
,tu. arrived at Jackson at 3 p. iu.
CBu'CHES AND SECRET ORB EES-
K NIGHTS Or HONOB MoeU Brat and thir
Friday nights In each month.
J. A. W! LKOH, Dictator.
A. J. SWlNTtlJUOAD. U.-Krtr.
KNIGHTS AND LAMLSOr HONolt.-Met
eouud aud fourth Kri'lnr nli;tiji in each mouth
A. J. 8W IK KB if'' aocretai jr.
8M.UMV Tl Pr,,,l,Nlt.
L -SWKKION Bscrctary.
A. J. NEBROAD, Oo Bus. Ageat-
IJH,K NO. 27 OF I.O. O. Tf .Meets second
ud fourth Monday nltfhu in e-h month.
C. M. WELLONB. N. O.
T. A. 0UOUN,8oc'y.
I'UKSBYTERI AN CUURCH.-Rv. W. C. Alex
amlnr l'aatur, rwrvicea .ry Buuday moruiurf
and uibl. Wayer uii-etiug thursday night.
MOTHOIUST CHUBCH.-Bev. 8.L. Jewel1
I'iuli,r. t-rvluM every bunday inoruiutc and
Ulght. I'raytsr niecUu. Wednesday nlglit.
ii i iitigt iimir'ir V. 11. McNeil
Pastor. Soriricec first Band iy morning and night
Cl each mouth.
The Star ia authorized to announce
i'rof. llenry J. Fusch, of LUivar
a caudidate for U juaty 8up3rinteu
dent of Public Iaatruction for jfiar
Ionian CouutY. Elention by, the
County Court, tha Gist Mouday in
Bolivar is receiving from 50 to
125 bales of cotton daily?
The citizen- of our little city hare
been well lectured this week by
two Life Insurance agent-.
The Star subscription Hat con
tinues to grow. Four new names
last week and six this.
Under civil service rules it wil
be an up hill job for the republican
to dismiss postmaster Mitchell.
Only one business house in Boli
var-vacant, Here is a stand for
some nan with grit and means.
Bolivar haa throe cottou weighiu g
platforms. The competition doesn't
prevent the usual two pound9 from
being "knocked off," however,
Crainayilla haa two barber shops,
two stoiea, three drug shops, a a aw
and grist mill, and haa got her
tongue out panting for a new rail'
All account due this office lor
job printing, announcements, tick
et?, or advertisements must bo paid
in ten days, or settle with officer J
The Wheel store, at Silera, is re-
ported to be doing a good business.
If is a great courenienc e to tne peo
ple of that section who are so re
mote from railroad towns.
The Lusiuess of Whiteville is
reported to be steadily growing.
Larger business houses, and more
of them will have to be built soon
to accommodate the increasing
The hack lino from here to White
yille has netted Messers Nooner
Newborn a handsome turn this
tall: The travel from here to Mem
phis has been almost entirely by
The people can't understand bow the
merchants of Bolivar can sustain theai
cl vos and pay Memphis and St. Louis
prices for cotton, and well oo- cheaper
than any other town in Went Tennessee.
They do it justtho name.
Give Bolivar direct railroad eon
nection with Memphis and Nash
ville, coupled with the public spirit
ot her bnsiueas men, and yeu will
soon see a dashing city springing
into existence her
Vildo is a rising young town in
the northwestern section ot our
county. It is situated on the Mid
land, has a post office, two stores,
and saw mill. Business is brisk,
and the citizens predict a prosper
ous future for it.
Now is the time for farmers to be
"breaking" their fields. Turn ua
der the corn and cottou stalks, the
grass, and other vegetable matter,
and when planting time comes it
will be greatly improved. The fields
will produce 25 per cent better next
The little squib ot local pleasaktry
firU at Mr, Herman Meyerheiu. in our
home edition of last week wu not Intend,
ed to L construed erioHly. Mr, Mey
crheiui U one ot tha 7ttKt popular, up
right, and auccctwful aaletunen in tewn.
While we are atill at the bat, Mr. Meyer
beioi 'u oa deck.
Miss Lillie Deming, of Toone,
came over shopping this week.
John Q. Siler, Esq., the clever
postmaster, atSilers, was in the city
Wednesday oa business.
Col. Thos. Boyd, of the Tipton
(Tenn.) Record, was in the city,
Monday on a business trip.
Mrs. J. II. Curry and daughter, Miss
Willie Barrett, of Purdy, were in the city
this weak, negotiating for the Bolivar
Misbes Mary Ella Anderson and
Lizzie Firtle, two of Clover port's
fairest young ladies, are the gnes ts
of Mrs. W. A. Mercer.
W. A. Mercer is not feeling for
his pistol every time he thrusts
his hand in his hip pocket. He
doesn't carry such a tool.
Wa. Rush, Es. of Chester
county, was iu town Wednesday,
lie ia quite certain that Cnester co.
will Tote $50,000 to the Texas IV
cine & Atlantic railway
Mr. John Howell, wife and two chil
dren, of Duquoin, Ills., are visiting their
kinsman, Mr. K. F. Amnions, on Jackson
street. Mr. Ilowell U prospecting with the
view of making a purchase and settling
Miss Leuna Moore, the pretty
and vivacious daughter of Col. J no.
Mooret ot Vildo, has been the guest
of circuit clerk Newsomefor several
days. She left for home Wednes.
Miss Mollie Adams, who has been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. M.
Wellous, for several weeks, ac
oompanjerf Airs. (Jenrno (r; Ad
ams to her home at Birmingham,
Ala-, last week.
Col, John A, Baker and his corps of
carpenters are going light ahead, repair
ing and overhauling the circuit court
room and stairway as ordered by the late
quarterly court. The improvements will
make the auditorum of justice a daily.
Best Quinine 50 cts. per
ox. at Hudson's Drug Store.
We have a plenty of this world's
goods around us are happy and
contented at our rural homes, and
don't wish any pie, thank you,
President Harrison. Give it to the
hungry. Wm, Smith,
Don't fail to call on Savage &
Emerson when you visit Bolivar.
I am but a suckling in the grand
cause of your party, President
Harrison, and I need some Federal
milk and meat to develop me into
a full grpwn healthy manhood, Just
give me the Bolivar post office.
Remington Single Barrel Breech
loading shot guns at D. E. Dur
The livery stable business of
Bolivar excels that ot any town in
Tennessee the same size. We have
thiee large stables and they are
thoroughly furnished with fine
horses and handsome vehicles; The
proprietors are driving business
men, and are making their business
Quinine 50 cts per ounce at Sav
age A Emerson's
The following is the experience
of a Baltimore Butcher: I have
suffered with bad headaches for
years and have tried many reme
dies wiahout obtaining relief. I
was advised to give Salvation Oil
a trial and it entirely cured me.
Ed. Balti, Lafayette Market St.
One ounce of Pure Quinine for
50 cts at Savage & Emerson's,
The scholastic population of
Hardeman county for this year end
ine June, the 30th, 1888, is as fol
lows: White 4,638: Colored 3,596,
total 8,234. This is a decrease of
152 whites and 567 colored from
the previous year We are unable
to account for this falling off, es
pecially the heavy decrease of color
For the Best and Cheapest looU
and shoes, go to P. E. Durrett's.
A live bat has been found, near
Henley's field in district IS, shut
up in a crevice in a solid rock. The
crevice is just large enough to hold
the bat, and the solid rock entire
ly thut it off from air or light. The
finders were not sufficiently verged
in the science of Geology to com
pute the number of years tho poor
paisoner has been shut in his dun
geon, but perhaps it has been cen
turies. Fine and large assortment of La
dies New Markets, Wraps, and
Jackets at th e lowset Wheel prices
at my store. D. E, DURJJETT.
If you wish to make k nice pres
ent, ol any kind, call and see Sav
age & Emerson's stock:
We met the enemy, and we are
his'n by a big pile.
C. II. ANDERSON.
We met tho enemy but the
SonoNa-guu was loaded,
G. T. Ingram.
We met the enemy and we will
meet him agin
Best Quinine, 50 eta, per
oz. at Hudson's Drug Store,
This election has been worth
many times its cost, in the Btirrlng
of patriotism, and the diffusing of
information about our national life,
among the people who commonly
know but little of what is being
I will sell to anybody and every
body at Wheel prices D E. Dur-
The Brick Manufacturers Association
met nt Memphis last week. Durinsr the
meeting some dolcgats visited Grand
Junction, and were so intensely struck
with the superior material and facilities
there for manufacturing brick, tiling, etc.,
that they ivsolved to set up a factory
there at once. A company has been
formed inKan sag City and the work will
soon bej,in. Ye again congratulate
Grand J unction on her promising future.
Don't forget to call and examine
D. E. Durrett's immense stock of
But J. A. Wilson succeeded in
getting a Few Hundred pairs i
those Sixty cent Ladies Shoes, and
ft Few Cases ot those One-dollar
and-Fifty-cent Boots and a case of
Gent's Wool Casseroere Suits at $5
a suit, before the Republicans put
the tariff on them. Now is the time
to get bargains. Call and see him
Go to Hudson's Ding Store, if
you want to buy things cheap.
The rates for shipping cotton per
bale from Bolivar as follows: To
New Orleans, $2,75; to Memphis
via Grand Junction, $1,90; to Mem
phis via Whiteville, $1,90, (to
"Whiteville 40 cts, and from White
ville tJ Memphis 1 50); to Mem
phis via Jackson, 1,90; to St Louis,
2,50. If our merchants would
come together and demand it,
these rates would be reduced.
Cheapest stock of Dress goods in
town at D. E. Durrett's.
The Bolivar market ha3 not been
so brisk for the past few days" as
usual on account of the rough
weather. However, our merchants
are doing a big business. They
are paying Memphis prices for cot
ton; and the grocery men are buy
ing all the country produce that
comes within their reach, and are
paying extraordinary high prices.
The tone of our market is good.
MASS MEETING Or HAltJJEMAN
On Dec. 1st., 10 a. m. the officers
and members of the county wheel
are called together to attend to bus
iness in connection with our trade
system. Every bother in the
county is especially invited to at
tend. Bro. C. C. Anderson of Tip
ton co., will address the brother
hood on co-operation, in connection
with the wheel and alliance agency
at Memphis, Tenn. Meet prom ptly
at the appointed time.
CM. Lambeth, Pres. co. Wheel.
Gentlemen, when you are in town
selling your cotton, don't fail to
call at Mrs. Fliz Ewell's restau
rant for your meals. It will cot
you only 30 ceats.
Quinine 75 cts. per oz.'at Savage
We will sell Quinine at to cts.
per ox. Savage & Emerson.
A good Lamp, complete, for 25
cts. at Hudson's.
A Box of nice Paper and Envel.
opes for 10 cts., at Hudson's.
A good Lamp Chimney for
at B. V. Hudson's.
Best Quinine, 50 cts.
per oz. at
Three Thousand Six Hundred
Matches for 25 els. at Hudson's
For Drugs, PauUs, Oils, Win
dow Glass. Go to Savage fe Em
erson, Beautiful Wall Paper, just re
ceived, 10 cents per roll at Hud
son's. Call on Savage & Emeison when
you want a first-class Livery Rig,
or make a country trip.
A large line of Holiday Lamps
just received at Savage & Emerson's
call and see them.
Best Soda, 5 cts.
per pound at
TO THE COUNTY C0UET.
Snpt. Smith 'Writes a Letter About the
Public School Laws.
Fiank M; Smith, state superin
tendent of public instruction, has is
sued a circular letter to the county
courts of the state, calling atten
tion to the important part they
have to perform iu making the pub
lic school system a success. On the
subject of fees for teacher's certifi
cates the superintendent strikes a
responsive chord in the breast of
every teacher when he says: ."Do
not require the teacher to pay a fee
to the county superintendent for the
certificate issued. You have no
authority to do this, and it is very
unjust to assess such a tax. 1 trust
that in those counties where the
teachers have been required to pay
for tho certificate that this custom
will be abolished at once."'
Concerning eligibility to the of
fice of county superintendent, he
says: UA woman is not eligible to
the office of county superintendent
of schools. A lew counties have
elected women to this position,
thinking they were eligible, but
this is a couuty office, and a woman
is no more eligible to this .office
than to that of sheriff or any other
county office. I suggest tht where
you have had a good man in this
place, one who has discharged his
duties to the best of his ability and
to the satisfaction ot the people'
it would be well to re-elect hi n.
Savage & Emerson, the boss Liv
erymen, will cany you to White
ville or any other place you want
to go as cheap as anything ex cent
a Ii. R.
FEOM : PINE TOP.
The 18th district is all right.
She is democratic from center to
circumference. Tell "Our Bob"
to send us a cannon.
Since the . President elect and
his party are protectionist, we de
sire to ask for protection, too. We
want sotno legislation to protect
us from foreign immigration so
that our posterity may have a home
on on our soil.
Prof. Sweeton gave our people
an entertainment, from his magic
lantern, last Saturday night, at
Fair View for the benefit of the
Baptist church at Teagues. We
have uot learned how much money
The Texas syndicate ought to em
ploy him all along the line from
Bolivar to Henderson to give simi
lar entertainments to raise funds
for the completion of said R. R.,
and start him out forthwith so he
would have ample time to raise the
$25000 which Col. W. A. Ross prom
Nov. 17. 1888
For Gentlemen's Underwear, go
to D, E. Durrett's He will sell them
to you cheaper than any house in
We will sell you G ood Calico at
five cents per yard. D. E. Durrett.
. THE NEw" SOUTH.
(From the Globe Democrat July 23.)
The thousands who daily pass the
mammoth structure located at the south
east; corner of Fourth street and Clark
avenue in this city, cannot fail to notice
ihe hundred of cases labeled "Taylor's
Cherry Tonic Cordial," "White's Cream
Vermifuge" and "Tayloy's Sure Chill
Cure," all marked for shipment to various
points Iu the West and South,
Whether these large shipments ars due
to a judicious system of Newspaper ad
vertising, or to the intrinsic merits of
these medicines may be a point open for
discussion, but certainly few remedies
have met with more universal sale among
the people of the West and South than
have the preparations named.
As an instance of their character and
standing, read the following frcm Maj
M . Daua, Uti of Gen'l Price'
St. Louis, Mo, July 20, 1888.
Kicha St. Louis.
Gentlemen: Having procured a bottle
of your "Taylor's Sure Chili Cure,"
through a friend, I gave it to my children
for oiliousness and constipation. One or
two doses had the desired effect. I find
it also gives entire satisfaction in liver
and kidney com plaints. Its low price,
25 cents, makes it within the reach of all.
My wife will not le without it in the
house as we f;ive to the youn ones on
You are at liberty to refer to inc.
James M. Douglass; 3033 Glasgow Place.
Taylor's Sure Chill Cure is a never
failing; remedy for the cure of chills and
fever, biliousness, liver complaint, con
stipatioa and auy disordered condition of
the stomach or bowels. Sold by all drug
gist. 25c. and 50c, bottles. Kichardson
Taylor Med. Co. St. Louis, Mo,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
The best saive in tlie world lcr Cut
Praises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, FeveJ
.Sores, etter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains ,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, ami posi
tivly cures PiUn, or uo pay rejuiied It
in guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by S-ra,e & ixerson.
The Sid Pate of a Young Girl, and
the Remorse of Her Father A
Death that Might Have Been
Prevented A Warning to Pa
rents. Argie Leach . was the only child
and idolized daughter of parent
who were able to indulge her every
wish. -and desire. She was pro
vided with tho best teachers In. all
departments of education. . UntiJ
she was sixteen years of age sha
was the picture of perfect health
and loveliness. At- a critical time
she was . exposed to. a rain; storm -and
caught cold, which .caused ' de
rangements .peculiar to . hec sex.
She was treated by the best phy
sicians. She suflerod great pain In her back,
hips, chest and in the back of her
head and neck. Her nervous sys
tem became deranged. She would
have spells when she would laugh
and cry alternately, and could not
control herself. Her eyesight was
affected, and when she would at
tempt to read innumerable etara
would appear and blind her.
On February 10th, 1887, the fol
lowing letter was received from the
Dear IJkotheb McElree : The med
clne canio too late 1 My daughter died
on the 12th of last month. I shall
never forgive myself for neglecting to
act on your advice. I now firmly be
lieve that if we had given her the
Wine of Cardui when you wrote us
about it, that sho would have been
alive 'to-day. She was the only joy
and hopts of our declining years, and
to think that her life was sacrificed by
prejudice . makes me miserable. A
young lady, Miss , living near us,
who was ufllicted almost precisely liks
my daughter, was treated with tt.e
Wine of Cardui, and is now entirely
welL May God forgive me !
Yours in gTeat anTction,
JOHN G. LEACH.
During the first part of his
daughter's sicknesa Mr. Leach's
attention was directed to the new
remedy for such diseases (McEl
ree's Wine of Cardui) and he was
advised to try it, but her physician
protested against it. Finally, when
all- hope was " gone, he consenteu,;
but it was then too late. No hu
man power could save her life.
The names in the above story are
fictictious, but the facts are exact
occurrences. One hundred cases
similar to this could be given,
where cures were accomplished by
use of McElree's Wine of Cardui,
and all might have terminated in
death, as so many hundreds do
Mr. S. A,, Smith, -Postmaster at
Burnt Mills,. Tishomingo county.
Miss., one of the most successful
country merchants in the State,
well knoyn throughout ..Northern
Mississippiwrites us the following
unsolicited letter :
' Burnt Mills, Miss, Oct. 21, 6d. .
Ib the Chattanooga Medicine Co.:
Your medicines are all up to' the
recommendations, McElree's Wine
of Cardui cannot be too highly recom
One jady in this neighborhood was
con fined to her room for six years, and
by the use of six bottles or Wine of
Cardui is now permanently cured.
Another one with Heart Dropsy, or
thought to be by eminent physlctant
and pronounced incurable, after using
five bottles ia permanently cured.
& A. SMITH.
We wrote to Mr. Smith, asking
him if he had any objection to the
Eublicnt i:i of his letter. This was
is reply :
"I h:v.- i objection to the letter be
Ine prin i. !. and would be glad if every
lady in tli '.rld could see it."
Yours truly, 8. A. SMITH.
December, 1, 1888.
This astonishing but simple rem
edy ia.one of the most valuable
Tonics for ladies who are debili
tated, weak, -worn-out, tired and
nervous. A dose taken every
morning will strengthen them in
every way, and no prejudice should
deter them from using it. It puri
fies tho blood,clears the complexion,
strengthens and quiets the nerves,
and tones up the whole system. It
Is for sale by all druggists, and all
who keep it will recommend it.
The following letter is from a
clergyman well known in ' every
State in the Union, but particu
larly in Tennessee. If we were at
liberty to use the writer's name, no
lady who reads it would doubt the
value of McElree's Wine of .Cardui.
Gentlemen: Since the birth of our
last child, five years ago, my wife has
been a great sufferer from falling of the
womb. For weeks at a time she was
never able to stand on her feet more
than an hour at a time without great
pain, and had other ailments that made
her condition exceedingly alarming.
Physicians were never able to do her
much good, though I consulted the
best I could find. About four months
ago we got one of your little books, and
were led to try your Wine of Cardui aa
a tonic. The benefit from the first bot
tle was not very great, but she kept on
taking it, and soon began to improve,
and is now in good health. She is a
firm believer that the Wine cured her,
and inilsted on writing to express her
gratitude to you. I have written this
for her satisfaction, relying upon you
to make no publication of my name in
connection with the matter. Whilo I
do not think the Wine was the sole
cause of my wife's recovery, I do think
It was instrumental In bringing about
her restoration to health, and shall
ever feel grateful for Lis being thrown
La our wuy.
The FX) LICE GAZETTE will be
mailed, wcuiely wrapped, to any
address in the United States foi
three months upon receipt of ' One
RICHARD E. FOZ.
Franklin Square New York
Th secret of mf happiness la. I hare thrown away
my old Blacking Uroao, ana n-va
l J BEAUTIFULLY'
if . POLISHED
Prodaoe a ponih without tha old bnuh, and 0u $ Mna
trill lot a wmA en mm', oad thrt on ncmm'i Aot.
Why stick to old war in these days of piogro t
Bold by Bhoe Stores, Grooerc, Druggist, eta.
UDIFT & RAKGOLPH. nutanu.
We have just opened up a f u
stock of DRY GOODS, GROCE
RIES, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
CAPS, HARDWARE, QUEENS
WARE, UN WARE, ETC. In
fact everything sold in a first-class
house of general merchandise.
We make a specialty ot buying
-Eggs, Chickens, Butter," and all
(Country Produde. Our entire
stock is NEW and FRESH. We
from the Cheapest Markets, and for
CASH we will not be undersold by
anybody in : 77ardeman County,
Call and price our goods and you
will be convinced that we are sell
ing cheaper than goods were ever
sold in lh;s country.
" Asking a libera I patronage of our
friends, we are yours truly,
Grand Junction. Aug. 30, 18S8.
-Rochester lVt "liT,
Are in want of good salesmen to
sell their choice vaiieties of Nurs
sery Stock, either on Salary or
Commission. To the right men
steady employment the year around
Write thena for terms.
JESSE NO RMENT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices ia all the Courts in the State.
WOOD & M'NEAL
Attorneys at Law,
BOLIVAR, - TENNESSEE
KVEast Side of Court Square.
FRANCIS FEN Tit ESS.
Attorney at Law,
OHi ce, North side Square, Corner
Mam and Jackson Streets.
56 to 64 CARONDELET STREET,
New Orleans, La
On American and European Plan.
Centrally Located near the Cot
ton Exchange and Principal
RESAURANT IN CONN EC
TION WITH THE HOTEL.
argeand Airy rooms for Familei
C jramrcial Travelers,
C. E. CORHATZAR,
Office Northeast Corner of Market
and Washington Streets. Does a
general Tailoring Business, Orders
promptly filled. Write him, or call
at his office,
A Normal School in
Ha rdeman Co.
We will on the 16th of July, 1883
open a two mouths training school
for teachers, to be conducted up
on normal principles. The course
(teachers)iucludes -11 branches,
taught in the free schools ot feuu
and Mi S3. addres3,
Whittex and COP.NELIL'5,
A BHAN NE W
Geo. Young has bought a hrau
,icw barber Jouttit new foot, rest
chair uew everything. lie lias
opened up iu first door South of Wil
kmsou'e corner an t North of Me
Neal's cottage block. lie solicit a
share of the town and country pat
ronage, and guarantees satisfac
tion. Give nim a trial.
7"E WILT. ON DECEMBER 3rd. 1888,
course will-close TVh
Hmm Philosophy, Physiology, and all other branches Uuht ia
,? o-fMPpi and Tennessee. Physiological chart, and Philo
aPPa.tu8 fill be ue.l to explain and throw light upon all obscure place, thu.
enabling beginners to bcome tlm nnk in Vwn, :.. , . i
in .r , ... . . to "
r . ! 1. . , .
of texte will be used for reference.
ai cidssworK will be conducted upon Normal principles, The outline ir.Um will
be lullj explained and used. All lpsanna will ha ;
l16 frl? l e thorough and interesting view and re-view f the free echool
work- iliost who wans higher grades can secure them by availing thtnwelve- of Ui
0Pifw,JloVti,U8 U"0 hetter positions and more liberal salru.
Jj.x.1 .fcSES : Hoard, $7.00 to $10.00 per month? Tuition. $1.00 ir month, par
able u advance. Address . 1 r
WUZTTJSy & CORNELIUS, rocahontai, Tenn.
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May be increased, the Digestive organs
strengthened, and the bowels regulated,
Toy taking Ayer's Pills. These Pills are
purely vegetable In their composition.
They contain neither calomel nor any
other dangerous drug, and may be taken
with porfoct safety by persons of all ages.
I was a great sufferer from Dyspepsia
. and Constipation. I had no appetite,
and was constantly afflicted with Head
ache and Dizziness. I consulted our
family doctor, who prescribed for me, at
various times, without affording mora
than temporary relief. I finally com
menced taking Ayer's Pills. Ia a short
time my digestion and appetite
my bowels were regulated, and, by the
time I finished two oozes of these Pills
my tendency to headaches bad disap
peared, and X became strong and well.
Darius M. Logan, Wilmington, Del.
I was troubled, for over a year, with,
XjOss of Appetite, and General Debility.
I commenced taking Ayer's Pills, and,
before finishing half a box of this medi
cine, my appetite and strength were re
stored. C. O. Clark, Danbury, Conn.
Ayer's Pills are the best medicine
known to me for regulating the bowels,
and for all diseases caused by a disordered
Stomach and Liver. I suffered for over
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liiree years wuu iietuiauuu, auuibuuu,
and Constipation. I had no appetite, and
was weak and nervous most of tho time.
three boxes of Ayer's Pills, and at th
same time dieting myself, I was com
pletely cured. My digestive organs ax
now in good order, and I am in perfect
health. P. Lockwood, Topeka, Kans.
Ayer's Pills have benefited me wonder
fully. For months I suffered from Indi
gestion and Headache, was restless at
uiglit, and had a bad taste in my mouth
every morning. After taking one box
f Ayer's Pilis, all those troubles dis
appeared, my food digested well, and
my sleep was refreshing. Henry O.
Hemmenway, Itockport, Mass.
I was cured ot the Piles hy the use of
Ayer's Pills. They not only relieved m
of that painful disorder, but give me In
creased vigor, and restored my health.
John Lazarus, St. John, K. It.
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This remedy la uiitvrnuiilv ilc-juowI 1
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KuwWr of the Liver and liowela k ownl
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"God bless you for Man-a-lln: It has done!
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puis i nave evervaicen.o ii ntts reguiaiata
rny liver, uuut up my Kystem, ana uiy
"Kiweis woi K as reualar as clock-work."
J. W. CLAUHOI.
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