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You feel tlje blood rushing W along. ' 8 But what kind or blood? That is fhf! mipslinn. O Is it pure blood or impure blood ? If the blood Is impure then you are weak and languid; your appetite is poor and your digestion is weak. You can not sleep well and the morn- Sing finds you unprepared for u i- - a .1. . V me worn vi me aay. lour cheeks are pale and your com plexion Is sallow. You are troubled with pimples, boils, or seme eruption of the skin. Why not purify your blood? r will do It. Take It a few dys and then put your finger on your pulse again. You can feel the dilference. It is stronger and your circulation better. Send for our book on Impure Blood. If you are bilious, take Ayer's Pills. They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla, They cure constipation also. Vfrlle (q our Doctors, Write tluim frcelYMI the partlrnlart In i,iii tann. Vmi vlll rtieiva A uromut roi)i7, without ost. Addreaii, DU. J. 0. AVER, ' Lowell, Mats. STATE NEWS. J. VV. Bunch, a negro, ia tlie new mayor at Mason. Richard Alfred, a negro, was killed by the cars at JacLaoii. High water has checked pearl limiting Hoout at Chiton. Tin Newa. recently burned out. has re-appeared at Gallatin. T. .1. Beard, a leading citizen of Ripley, died suddenly. James Stititon aud wife died near Pulaski within, a few hours of each other. Emmett Russell ht comraenc (i the shipment of a tine miner al water from Carthago. Needed improvements have been made in the local fire do partmetit at Clarkeville. A successful Sunday Hchoo! convention for Sullivan . county was held at Blountvilie. Richard Alford, a negro was arrested at Jackson charged with murder at Muldoou, Mtas. Dan Perrll, a negro, found Elijah Hamilton, another negro, with his wife and killed him at Savannah. A volunteer eoldicr named Nut Tuylor was badly wounded while raiding a melon patch mar Elizabethan. The zinc mill at Mosny Creek which recently phut down on ac count of a break in some of the machinery, wi I soon start. A daughter of II. II. McCon nell and wile, both being killed by lightening recently, at Puris, is recovering from a severe ner vous shock. Wild turkeys are abundant iu Wayne county. Spring water works will ba put in at Selmer. Wi'soti county has a gas well near (J teen Hill. Phopphute bed.- will be opened in ar Bell -Buckle. A new hunk will soon be opened at Springfield. A strange dieane is killing horces around Blountvilie. Labor day will be observed on an extensive scale at Jackou. A new railroad is proposed from Jackson to Brunswick, Ga. A largo canning factory has been started at McMinuville. A volunteer fire department will bo organized at Lewnburg. James Bailey killed a crane measuring six feet from tip to tip. Mercer Lewis, a negro, died from an accidental shot at King gold. An effort will bo made to se cure a fire department at Sweets water. J E. Landis was the first sun stroke victim of the eeasou at Memphis. A 2year-old child of B. L. McNice was buruod to death at Flatwoods. A chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy has been organs izd at Adams. Christmasville Carroll county haB a new poetmaster in the per- umi i.t Unhurt. Ynnriir. Douley & Co., of Columbia, lost ihir third business house by tire within five years. The folk county cotton crop 'u better thuu expected aud is Hearing maturity. An election on tho proposition to incorporate Lewisburg failed to carry. The electric light company's plant at Brownsville was burned. Loss 8,000; insurance 5,000. The Newport Mill Co., has or dered new and modem machin ery for a 125 per day barrel flour mill. Charles Brooks, of Somerville, relates the Btory of a friend who has a trout fish trained to live out of water. The recommendation by the board of pardons, at Memphis, that 11. Clay King be pardoned causes many protests. An option has been secured by an easteru firm on 50,000 acres of tunber land iu James county. A caual is being dug near Tip tonville to drain part of Reelfoot lake, where valuable laud can be saved from inundation. NEAKLY Fifty-eiglit Years Old ! It's long lifo, but dnvoiion to thfl true inleicNis and prosperity of Hie Amoriiian People ha won for it now friend a llm yours rollfd ly and tlio original me mVr u lis family p issed to tiir nw;ird, and thoso admirorH are loyal and Htoadtant t- day, wtUi taitli in its toacliiiisis. mid oonfl di'in:n in tlio information which it brings to thuir homos aud fiivsidi's. As a natural conspquomro it enjoy in its old atfo all tho vitality and viy'or of its you tli. strcntlienod and ripened by tlie px porionens of over half a century. It uaa lived on its ninrits, and on the cor dial support of protfrossivo Ainnrir.ana. It is the ':Tho Nuw-Yurk Weekly Trib une," acknowledged the country over as the leading alioital f amily Newspaper. Reeojrnizinfr its value to thoso who desire all the news of tlm State and Nation, tho puliliMiPiMif "Tlio News'' has entered Into an alliance with "Tho New-York Weekly Tribuuu" which enables him to furnish both papers ut the trifling cost of $1:1)0 per year. Every fanner and villager owos to himself, to his family, and to the communi ty in which he lives a sordial support of his local newspapor, as it works con stantlp and untiringly for his interests in ovnry way, brings to his homo all the news and hnpponings or tils neign oornoou, hid uoni)fs 01 uis irionus, me conai tion and prospects for dilTernt crops, the prices in home markets, and, in fact, 1b a weekly visitor which should bo found in every wide-awake, progressive family. .lust think of it. Hotli ot tnese papers ior oniy ii.uu a year. Send all snbscriptions to "Tllti NEWS," Soquachee. Tonn. Holbrook Normal . College, NEAR KNOXV1LLE, TENN., has an ideal location nenr the city, with the quiet and health of the country mountains. Five large buildings almost new It has PRE PARATORY and COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENTS, CONSKRVATO 1LY of MUSIC. ART, and ELOCUTION, and a BUSINESS COLLEGE. Faculty strong, representing six of our leading Colleges and UniversU ties, and four prominent Normal schools, besides specialists in Music Art and Elocution from the leading schools of America and Europe. Expenses low. Clapse-! organized to accommodate the pupils, instead of the old plan of letting tire pupils be content with those they can get. By this nliin we pave the public at least one year's time their course For illustrated catalogue address, W. C. BLASINGAME. President, Fountain City, Tenn M'ASr i 1IH rto all clulmtd far Ihrm ml jre it tiuif wtnnlrrfti! meli,Miip Ihaveutit-u wh'n il lor :i riH-it;ciuo I'lejb.int M uk ii1 at lasl bsvt fiinul tt in 'as( arot. Since lakuitr th,m, uty bu,Hl tii l h 1 n enriit-'il iiti.1 v.? coirplpion li tlu lriTil wuii.TfHilf nt 1 l''l inurl' bpllpr m overj T ' Mns.SAU.II K. tlibuut, Ljureil. Teun. CANOV f CATHARTIC Juiuer Shaw, a negro, at Brownsville, was killed by John Hudson, the latter using a pistol he had rtoleu from tho former. A daughter of Jame8 Gal breath, of Oliver Springs, whs shot from ambuah by some un knowu parties, receiving serious injuries. White capa visited the home, of W. A. Btrlow near Union City. Mrs. Barlow and a Mrs. Hparknian were struck with stones and badly injured. Officials at Memphis are puz zled over the arrest of a negro named Cannon on trivial cl jarge. He has a twin brother and it id not known which one is guilty. Jim l'oore, a member of the First Tenuetsee regiment reach ed his lame at Clurktviilu from Mrii;ila, He sid that about one third ot tho regiment had ex pressed a willingneM to enlist. 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