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DR. S , W. PALMER
f PENDERS b?s sorv'c sto th of
[ Palmetto and sorrcur dir.g c: unt*y, in
the various i>r:; c !, f Sot his prof ssion.
Office in the Garrett ami WaHhall
building, Palmetto, Ga. [e m
IK*. A. S. WiIiTAKEK,
Offers msPßOFssioxAb <*f.?vicE'
in all the branches ol the practice of
medicine to the citizens of Palmetto and
He rl-nderg his thanks fcr former patronage
nil 1 solicits and increase in tin* future.
#O** Itesi le 1 c.‘ at the laic it>.ihi.ee
A . 1 T i'll a in.
to e h3-
Di;. w ni. n \ u
t■)ROPOSE. ■> v O .OFFFT TII -* S 'RV[OES
1 To the citizens of P.\i.M . no. an 1 tie
otnni unity at 1 irge IF 1 i- 5 prepared to pr.ie.
ti< e in ” Camp’d’, Fayette, D.jugl ta an
Cowl t a.
He sol cits a share of the pub’ic patronage
fig?- Give him a call
mi. W. S. ZELLARS,
Having re.umetl he p • c*ice cf m'dicine
resr.ectfully i 11’ rs his s rvoss to ilieoitizens
of Palmetto and sum ui.dir g vicinity.
®gg“ Ofli'o in .7 F. Ellington’s building
on Toombs street.
DuTjT IT. WATKINS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
B®, Office at Rest ienco. ‘ f:ij.23tf.
LA WYE IIS.
THOMAS XV. LATIIAM
Attorney £vt La*w
Will practice in the Courts of Campbell,
Coweta, Doualas, Favette,Fulton are! Mor
riivptbcr counties, anfi in othpr counties by
fp'-cial contract; in the S p-rme Court of
(forrsill, and 0. S. Courts at Atlanta, i'er
puns ov-lerir-s "'tit will plc-t?' tiunishCliria
tian names of Plaintiffs and Defet daut?.
Prompt attention oiven to cases in batik
rurtcy. aril discharges obtained for debt
ors. Special attention eivn to collection
Of debts and pr.mpt returns made.
/ESC Otlieo in the Court House.
XV. 11. ANDKEXVS,
ATTORNEY AT LAY/
(R C. G It 1C E ,
AT IGli NE Y AT LA II
Office in the J dinson Building.
NTSI['ROUS TESTS HAVE I’KiiVED
ST. F, Buriiham’s Sew Turlnnc
WA T E R WII E E L
W i i—4
To he the Best Tver Invented,
y***" Famptil free. Address. York, Pa
tITd PLACE TO ISI V GOODS
JS WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET
The SVoitli Of Your Money
AND THE PUBLIO
Wil l. FM> THAT PLAf E EV C.U.LIXC AT
FRONTING THIS It AI LUO AD.
Dealer in family groceries and
110 keens oonFtant’v on hand Sword Iron,
plow and Cast Steal, trace anil Br*. asf Chains,
}lames, Shovels Spades and Axes of the best
Plows, find TJeel bolls for everybody from
tie Southern Agricultural woiks Colombo?
Ga. ian2l tf
THE PALMETTO SHIELD.
ANDERSON & WELLS,
IMPLEMENTS, FIELD & GARDEN„
Pendleton Gnar.o Cash ff
“ “ Credit Ist Nov. 76.00
N.vossa ■' Osh (0/0
-• Credit 70 0)
Farmer’s Choice Cash 5 .Oh
“ “ credit cS.CO
25"' Bn Rust Proof Oats.
50“ (OOI.EY Early corn.
Clov r Setd, Timothy SeedL PI lit 1 Grass
Seed Orchard trass Seed, and large stock
assorted garden sce-1. Also, one and
Two Horse Plows and ether Implements
which we.oller cheap to the trade.
For Cotton Gins, Cotton I’re, Heap re
mrt ntrovers, Thrashers, Kngines, Saw
OiiLs, M ill Stones, Plow Tig Machinery <fcc.
A n’Dersom & Wells,
Campbell County. j
N .noy Stewart ijuard-an oi Jesse D
Stewart. Emily Savtnnah Stewart ,( now
Mr>.E S. McLarty,' having applied to the
' curt of Ordinary ol said county tor ad s
ebarge from tier Guardianship of Jesse D.
S'ewart end Emily Savannah Stewart for
merly. but now Emily S. McLarty’s per
sons and propt rty. This is th< retore to cite
all pt rsons concerned to slew' cause, by
f ling objections in my office, why the said
Nancy S cwart should not be dismissed
frtmhorf ntvd nruh’p t f Jess* It. Sttwait
and Emily s. Stewart forme’ly, now Emity
s Mci.arta. and iiciive the usual Is lets
Given und r nty official signature, July
7th c 73.
R. C. BEAVERS,
fll < K :: n n i; v & c 0,,
Claim and Patent Agents,
Claims of Census Marshals of 18C0 collected
without proof of loyalty.
P, O, Box *2O, Washington Cifv, I), f,
J. JX DODO
TV3C. 3Mlexxls.o cs3 jOr*o”
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Clothing. Dry Goods, and Fur
No. 28 Whitehall st., two doors from
Ala hi, :sm, A llu nI a, Gil.
\to j ist receiving n large stock of
-WRING und SUMMER DRY GOODS,
til, Ailing, N dims, &e., wliieli they will
sqll haver tnun any honsn in the city.
B@.-Special inducements to contitry.
inor hauls. antl(> 3-n
OSCAR A. CANTRELL
Would infer n his ft ion’s and the pub
lic generally that ho has opened in the
Shield office, a
FAMILY AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Flour, Sugar, CofTec, Soap, Soda, Spice,
Fepprr, Ginger, Starch, Can
dy) Can lies, Crack
Buckets, Matches, Blacking, E'c., Etc.
WHICH WILL BE SOLD
CHEAP FOR CASH OR PRODUCE !
Give me a trial. O. A. Cantrell.
L. B. LANGFORD,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Stoves, Hollow Ware,
filoclf Tin, Tin Hale, Sheet Iron & Trimmers’
Slate Mantels aml Grates,
House-Furnishing Goods of every description
Georgia Marble Stowes.
Keystone Block, Whitehall street,
gent for the celebrated “Cuarlor, Oak Stove.
J C. REGISTER,
STOVES, TINWARE & HOUSE FUR
N f. tv nan, Georgia,
Offers superior indue-merits to etitom
ers. He sells goods as elieap a they can
be bought iu Atlanta or elsewhere. Give
him a trial, may‘29 6 n
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am /p ! _ A private Counselor to the
Married or those about to
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(St ; tnv.storiosandrovclationsof
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latest discoveries iu producing ud j-reveutiug oflspriug,
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Thisis an interesting work o f two hundred and sixty
pages, with nujuerous engravings, ami contains valuable
information for those who are married.or cor. template mar
riage. Still itisa book that ought to be kept under lock
and key, and not laid carelessly about the house.
It contains the experience and advice of a phvsicmn
whose reputation is world-wide, and shoul-l be in the pri
vate drawer of cverv male and female throughout the entire
globe. It tnibrai-cVeverytbine on the ft Object of the gen
erative svstem that is worth knowing, aud much that is
not published in any other work.
Sent to any one (free of postage) for Fifty Gent*.
Address Rr. Butts’ Dispensary,No. 12 N- Eighth street
St. Louis, Xlo.
Notice to the Afilic.ed cad Tfafartchato.
Before nt-* ’.ring to tlie notorious quarks who ativerti.-e iu
public papers,or using any quark remedies ] cruse Dr.
' It nits' work no matter w hat your disease is, or how deplor
able your coudiiit ti.
Dr. Hints occnpiift a double house of twenty-seven
rooms ; i Htudors- t by some o f the tnost celebrated nie-.i
cal professors of this eoiiutrv an 1 l.ut ope, and can be*-, li
mited personally or by t.inii. on the di .cases nieni'.-'tifl in
his work?. Ollier and pat it-r>, No. iN. l.ighiu street,
betweeu .Market and Chesutii, tt. Louis, iio.
PALMETTO, GEORGIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1873.
Ahi oil if the Falls.
Editor Shield. : —To a lover of the
beautiful, the grand and sublime, noth
ing would be so interesting as a Hip
in the northeastern counties of our
State and see Toccoa and Tullulah falls.
It was llits writer’s fortune to accom
pany an excursion up the Air-Line
railroad to Toccoa Ci y. The city, as
it is so-called, is as yet it) the woods,
with tire exception ol a few rude shan
ties which are used as impromptu ho
tels, stoies, etc. We had an excellent
dinner at Lecmy’s ILdel and in a lew
minutes started out to T-ccoa Falls, a
distance of two miles, fout.d a line
spring of sulphur water on the way
s'de, crossed Toccoa creek and went
up a pathway a distance of a hundred
yards to the fall. The eye can take in
at a gimee the whole fall, for above
him 186 feet itt perpendicular height
[tom s one of the most be int fid streams
in the world. The water is dissolved
into a mist which is sensibly felt a
considerable (list nc ', and when the
rays oft 1 c tint fail upon it a most
beautiful scene is presented in rain
bows, which span front rock to rock on
either side. The general exclamation
of the Indies w hen ct tiling in full view
is, “Oh, how beaulfnl ! what a lovely
sight ! ’ It well deserves the Indian
appellation, Toccoa, the beautiful, and
there is but (tie other fail in lite world
that has as great a perpendicular
height. Obtaining a l.orse und buggy
my friend and I started on our journey
to Tullulah, a distance of near twenty
mile-, in Rabun county, the corner
county of the Slate. Ascending the
summit of Toccoa wo passed a broken
and poor country until we struck the
Rabun Gap road, when tiie roads were
better and the Country presented a let
ter aspect. Reached Tullulah falls
about 8 o’clock r. m , and put up at the
hotel at the top of the tails kept ty
Mr. Y' tu g. The incessant roar of the
falls sounded in ottr ears a sweet lul
laby far rear. A: ising early next
morning, in company with our guide,
we coinin'need our descent id’ the falls.
The Tullulah river nosing up in the
edge of Not lit Carolina pn. ses a gap
in the Blue Ridge, and for the distance
of five miles goes crashing and foam
ing over rocky precipices its if enraged
at the obstructions nature has placed
in its way, and finds no rest until it
mingles with theTugalo and forms the
Savannah. Although its greatest fall
is not mote than "3 feet perpendicular,
yet the innumerable number of rapids
and basins lying a thousand feet below'
the sutnu it of the precipices on eithei
side, and tliu tumultuous uproar, and
the cloud of spray that rise above the
waters inspire the mind with a feeling
of awe and creates within a sense of
Following our guide we descend a
very precipitous path to the very edge
of lie middle full called the Hurricane
or Helicon. Here the air rushing be
tween two immense walls of rock on
either side creates a brisk breeze which
is always blowing and is quite delight
till in suthmer but extremely cold in
We pass on to the next, tlie largest
and mo.-t boisterous of the whole,
which is called “Oceana.” ’Tis here
“The fiaptiinjr mass of foams slinking the abyss,
The hell of waters! where they howl ani hiss,
Aud b il tn endless torture.”
The voice -f our guide is lost amid the
upiv ar of waters and we follow silently
along until we ascend to the “Devil’s
Pulpit,” and what a scene opens up be
fore us ! Perched upon a rock shelf
800 feet perpendicular above the water
we can take in the whole scene of the
three falls, the “T- nipesca,” the “Dor
ic''n,” and the “Oceana.” Wolds are
inadequate to picture to the mind the
terri! le grandeur of the scene present
ed iu the sharp craggy rocks, the deep
caverns, and the seething billows be
neath. Truly, his satanic majesty had
a fit auditorum in which to display his
eloquence to the confused spirits of
the waters below. Passing on we
visit the “Lover’s Leap,” and then go
ing l ack to the hotel we take out horse
and buggy and going down the river
about one-half mile we overlooked the
‘ Devii’s wash-bowl.” The elevation
here is truly giddy. Fathoms below
we see the tops of trees that grow on
the edge of the basin, which is a kind
of eddy made by the water cutting
out the rock nto a b asin shape.
There are legends connected with
these falls that would, perhaps, be in
teresting to the young, but space for
bids their narration here. Old Mr.
Vatido , *7er, who lives near the falls, a
very old gentVinen, visited the falls in
1809 and claims to oe the first white
man that ever saw them. L ere the
geologist could find ol j.’Cts for hi? in
vestigation. In some places indication
of the < fleets of the water ate see . a
Colisideraldt! space shore the present
bod of the stiearn. Ho v long it mat
ters not, but nature’s f trees tire ever
at work, they test not neither do they
weary, and, alter age upon agf: has
rolled away, the hardest granite yields
to the incessant beating ol the w aters
'flic old paths are worn deep with the
feet of visitors, and a great many
Northern, as well as visitors Rom the
seaboards \ ‘sit tbe falls in the summer. ;
No more pleasant place could be se- I
lected for :i sun.tier resort than these
two falls, tint there is one drawback— j
the hotel accotnm alatim s. These will I
become improved on the lailwiys
contemplated are finished. One of these j
the Rabun Gap— will stiike just i
above the fails. Turning our face j
homeward we regreted that we did not j
Ins vc time to examine these falls mote i
closely. Wo reached the train at Toe—
coa City again in the evening and ar
lived in Atlanta that night. There
are many points of interest, such as
Corrahee mountain and falls, but Toe
da, the bcuuti'iil anl Tullulah, the
terrible, for such is the English of the
Indian terms, will well repay any t or
First Vict iiy of the Grander?. —ln
Illinois the election of a Chief J istice,
of the Superior (Join t took place re
cently. The incumbent, Judge Law
rence, had rendered himself obnoxious
to the anti-monopolists by favu; ing the
railroads in his decisions. The farmers
argued that if the courts, as const it it ted,
w< re going to maintain l .e sweeping
plea of vested lights in the interest of
stiuh corpot aliens,!hose judicia I strong
holds of the railtoads ought to be de
molished. \\ hen the re-election o! j
Chief Justice of the Superior Court j
was to take place, the f miners com- j
mettced to 10. k ah nt f r a capable j
-lawyer, riot j-U-Klilieii with the and ctrine
of the absolute invi.dabi ity o.'vested 1
rights A. M Craig was selected by
the Grangers, and ran in opposition to j
Judge Law-cnee. Hu was* elected by
a considerable majuity. Tiii? event j
may be consititued a sure furetunmi
of a series of sim.lar victoties. Tin-
Patrons of Ilu-batid y “have risen to
explain” and we have not the slightest
doubt that, once begun, they will emt
tinuc to make it hot enough for those
who fol* years have treated the fanner
as the. “goose that laid the golden egg.”
The monopolists will find it out —to
tin ir sorrow that, even a goose has
limited patience, and that their better
policy would have been to compromise.
So says an exchange.
Man Killed for his Money
Bartow, Go. , August Glh, *873. —
Mi . Edward White, an uaofi’endinj ,
hard winking mat), was brutally mur
dered last night between 11 and 12
n'cl ek. The circumstances are as fol
lows: The house was opened, and the
noise at the door being heard by Mr
Wlii e he got out of bed lo learn the
cause, wln.i: he was instantly shot
thiee times, the ilist shot taking effect
in thi! forehead, and he fell dead upon
the floor. The 1 st two shots were
fired after he fell, as is supposed, by
tlie shot cutting only his clothes and
going through the floor. The murder
er then called upon Mrs. White and
Mrs. Djicli fur Mr. White’s Hunk
and money, or he would blow their
brains out. As soon as the trunk was
shown h in, he immediately left, carry
ing it some two hundred and fifty
yaids where he opened it,got out what
money there was, some fifteen or liven
ty dollars —and then lift the tiunk and
balance of the contents. Tlie murder
er and robber is suppos 'd to boa ne
gro, a small man, wearing No 6or 7
-hoes It is believed that he was
alone, as only one track could be found.
Youpr, etc ,
A . E. Tarver.
Tliev tell of a veuhliy citizen of
Providenc ■, who did not reward an.
honest brakennin foi sending back his
satchel coiitainihg 20,000 which lie had
carelessly left in the car, but on the
| contrary scolded bint for not keeping
j it until ho called for it,.and thus sav
ing him the expense oi twenty-five
cents for expressaye.
A retirin •; Editor in Ida county,
lowa wrote his valed cto y in two
words, Good night.’ II s successor’s
salutatory consisted of'Good in 'ruing.
Tlie IJnr <:f the Tallapoosa G'ii
cuit— Proceedings ami
At a meeting of tli B n on Saturday,
at 1 o’clock r. m, (J I. Robeit J. Tug- |
gle was called to the chair, and E. 0.
Mub’ey, E j., requested to act as Sec- j
ictnry. Upon motion, Colonel George
N Lester was requested to explain j
the object of the meeting; after which |
the lion. Thomas W. Latham < flfered
the folh w ing resolutions, to-wi:;
Whereas, the lion John \Y. 11. Uu- j
del wood, the Judge of the Supciior
Courts of the Rome Ciicu t, lias pic
sided til the present tei in of Campbell
Supero' Court, at tlie request and in
the place of J111I41! Hugh Buchanan;
and such having been the 1 fli.-iency tq
his administration, we the member.? of
the bar, who have been in atlend ince
oil said Court during the vi k, would
do ( ii:jnstive to out feelings and the feel
ing? of the people of the county, if we
did u >t give s irntt nubhe expression of
our respiet for him as a mao, o n con
fidence in hi.? ability uni itilegri'.y as
a Jti Ige, and oar gr 1 ti 1 ude far his sic
t iii.jiitg labor in dispose g of the busi
ness of the CotH'l; b.t it theref.ru
Reso ved, To it we .1 ■ hcicby tendci
lo his II -itor, Judge Uaih rwo el, our
g.atcful acknowh.'d f- r tin
valuable and elfi tiant set rice lie ha
rendered to its, tmr clients and Un
people of Campbell county, in dispos
ing . f (lie business tiial has so long
clouded the dock* Is of tlie e-an t,
Resold and further, That we regard
Jiidg ' Uinletwood ns a m all I Judge,
prompt, ul to at.tl uptight it. the ilis
cli Ige nf his 1 fficial duty, lill.iahle,
courteous and just in his inletcotise
with the bar, and I lillifuq It lie and no
di-vi iling in his regard lor the l ent in
terests ol society n ad ni.iistcring th e
ct ini'tial I 1 w of the land .
Upon motion tin- foregoing resolutions
ware nimnimous!y adapted, and lln
people of Campbell county as well as
the bar united in tin: sentiments of re •
spi <;>. and esteem expressed therein
d'h-' universal fee ing seemed to be
I that ovufn ISaiit It his dot; e the Stale
great set vice ill the tq [■ 'iiiln.etlt ol
J edge U nder wood.
On motion tho meeting nlj mriied.
R. J. Tuggle, Cn ai man.
K. C. Moiu.ey, Ft Cl a t ary.
Cutting Grain* — E,dnaim Graham, j
of Wm cht strr, Mass., says( Agt icul- 1
total l’cp. iS7 1, p. 3G•*>,) of hay, grain, j
straw and corn stalks, “ifthey ar; cut j
ten days before tlie grain is fully ripe,’l
their cjnali y for feeding is tn it-;), bettei ;
tlntn if cut later. C refill experiments
have shown that wheat also if cut
twelve to font teen days before fully
ripe, w ighs heavier, measures more,
is of better quality and yields a larger
propoi tion -d lli'ir. When the kernel
is in the milk, il has Comparatively a
small propoi lion ol woody fitter, neatly
the w hole tn ing gum sugar and st it ch,
with a large prepmtion of wat-l*. As
the grain ripens, tlie th ck.icss of the
skin rapi lly increases, at tlie expense
of sugar and gum. The quantity of
Hoar is therefore diminish' il, and the
quality i? injured. What is title o'
wheat is probably true of other grains.
But grain raised for seed should b?
fully ripe before harvesting. Is not
this especially a; piieublo to our cli
DutCh Hum lit. — A German in a west
ern town who hits not paid much at
tention to learning English, had a
Imise stolen from his barn the ether
night, whereupon he advertised as fol
Yon nite, de oder day, ven I was bin
awake in my sleep, I hears some tings
vat I tinks vns not yust light in my
barn, an I out; an vi n I vas dere coom
I geest and t my pig gray iron mare lie
vas bin tide loose and run mit the
staple off; and efer who vil linn back
pring, I yust so rnncli pay him us vas
— . .
“Father what do von mean by rais
ing - things in a lint lioust*?'’
Why, my dear boy, jon are being
raised in a house too Ini to hold me
There was a broomstick seen to
start about that time; tiro man made
Infantile Conundrum. Why is a baby
like a sheaf of wheat? Because it i>
(iist cradled, and then thrush, and, and.
dually becomes the flower of the family,
The citis *ns of Bailer, G. orgi t, are
huild'ng a handsome female cull.ge -
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Perrons erratic del.;:;tat and. ml' ' ib ) r<nji*o
n n. <r • need aevi >->■ aotliing L. * r 1 ban tbo
Lomj Kilters. F. \ . C'tPE.
r.-csiding r:i r. rhurr*-. ri -. ■ . • i;strict.
J*vn A. JAOJcrnv a To.-I b-tci •• ein.ci 1 f r • tla f*r
naki -rf the ’’ Uouio Sio.ui Mint --. r. 1 *. • ! tY:.i i:t this
hospital tbe la-t four ntjutl. ?. If i ..* T.*:n tb: it • t \atu*
abb* Vonlc n.t.l stimulant now a u-*. 8. i l . M’. I.CILER,
l-t tile t FV. *lri.uii ir. c ...* • * V. 1-. Marine Ue q-D.
Jam* - *A. Jackson A (\>. <i ut: !•.!' !>: A . you have rotn
tr.unictiled to tin* medicnl ;. f- •■ 11• r*e, : of tbe'‘Home
fitters,*' i tea snot, tlufn faro be conaldcrcd md patent bm'j
lciuc. no pnteutliiivii tlo'i l J nf - t. V * have examin'd
the r .rt.,- .a D r i:.ai ing tho •’ Konic IK’.tcrs.” end unhestti
tinglr lav tcr-:: i“ -i i ■ r...-■ r t i c 1 -.••cUc-n -c. nil tbs
tn. •■ ? use.l in i’ti it-; •■ : .1 >••-• the best eft:. - class t*
which t! Toil! . Stomachic*
Carmlnitiv-. > .: t i>iig! V I. .ati\ - T’..o r.i L* • f ; -cp :riu£
them Is strictly in acconlnnco '•.• :> the rul sol phonaacys
Having used l itaonr 1 urcln
reeomm n'ing t*“ tto 1." -it -tt ;sof th ug lJitnrs,
hk being .Ie t•> tic und Stimulant now off red to the putH
lie. Fl’.* ' K G. I’O'RTF.U.
l’rnf. ObMetrU-s nn 1 r:sri- * of Y* 1. Coiiega of PUy-i
cians, anil late 1—• mbor Board cf Konltli.
L. C. n< ISLIXIKRR Prof, of
Obstetric* aul Diseases of 'Yctni-n. Ft.l ou M< and. C.'ileg-.
I)’-t \KMcDOWKI.b, M. I)..
1. .to I r. -v t. 3ln. >D it Cott- gd,
I. A. CLARK. XI. !>..
P-f. Pt-rgerv. Xlr-. ?f. Coi’cTf nu l late 80.-idcut i’by.-l*
ciaa City llorq.ital, Ft. Louis Xli'^curf.
I> I: •. :t’T. T PRIMM. I’rof.
Practical PLarmr.-y. Ft T vU? • •• <l l’l*. .rtaacy.
J * . V.’HlTl.Hi: i.. F.J. Me :.i 1 Archive*.
Atr. Flkacock. M. D. Pr. C. V. F. Lf wig,
r. OKrtc-KK, M. D. F- Gaatz Most.?. M. U.
C. A. Wabk, XL I>. V.*. Yv -tr. v. XI. I).
r. c. r:: • n;;l:n. xi. r>.
rr f. Surgery, I. • M ’ .1 <*--!’
T. J. TASTIN'::. M. I*.. T. 1:. COMSTi*'- ;. XI. . .
prof. •t V. d* : v and lu-casr • 1 Wuiutn, Collcg- cf llommn*
patuic PhYniCiaUi HUd Surg' <11!?.
. ::*.• t. Trvpr.r. m. and .
rr- r ’• . " 1 nnd 1 . Ohio Mcdl
cul Collogo of Missouri.
JXO. coyUT.UMAX. M. I>., Lecturer
On Diseases of Caiidtvtt, . * < *. *of MUmo-.rl,
CIIAULRH v rtXR. M. 1)..
Prof, cf rhyalotecv. lion; . tU 1: t •>F.c i ;c of Mo,
.i-i.iN tl GH i: W. XT. I*.. Prof.
Clin’ea! .V *!' fne. C- 1. II > 1 •. •; 1 i. . -.. &t.rg‘.
TJi *y uiv su.-.-rlor onllotiin Mtoma-h IL’-t r*.
I NNK) U.ANDUns. Auulytfc.il Ccemlst.
X'o Litters lithe v, 1 .1 ••*. n’.-va '
?*:•:.! n i.i ::* ; ;':t, a a .i.**u Chemst.
* F.*n;?so2>t I’UysiCinnM of Chlcftprb.
Th.-1 -n-.t . 1 the H • a * Hitter- .i !..•••• sbm to m,
nnd wi* ! * :>v.t tk *:> to - tli? h t tonic au.l st.muiaut for
cenerul uao now oft rod to the j*ub.;?.
11. T*nonncßV. XI D..
O. A. XfAntmti .Analytical Ja- V. I.lam:v. XL l.
CheriiT. V ■■ Oh. try. liu.h
11. S. Hahn, XI. IV, >: *1 CotD
P. XlcYic an, M. !>., j. !•-. wVI ::sn. v !>-.
Noun. S. Las. , Xf. D-, T S. 11-nv:. XL L\.
K. LrrtAvi. XL !.. T,t,.s. T. l it:-. M. D.,
J at. A. V Gt % . XI. TV J. A 1! a .'* XL P.
I ;iin Hi l*iiyHicianft E n * 'i tHiiuatJ,
K whom are Professors In i-u.* or the other cf th*
Medic':-.I Cei! *C •?,
N-. Other i.t i r- have cv-r h.. 7 I to the pub.io co
bracing so a a. vnU-mLlc remedial a r.
J. !.. Vattieu. >l. !>., L. v. J amps M. P.,
C. T. S1 v:son, M. IV. S. P. •.*-• . 1* ,
C. S. Misi avr. XL IV. W. Hi. :.ku. Xl D..
W. T. TaiiivFk::-.. . >!. D. J -L '’•*'■ XL !>..
J. 11. Ili CKNK.i. XL IV. V.' i. A ... w A’-.n. M. D.,
O. V. P-'ttEtn v. XI. !'., It. S. Wats::. Ch mi t.
< XL !> . 6. K. 1 *-' i■ R M D.,
D. W. Met’ vnnn . Xt. I).. P. U. M.w.tv. XI. i)..
It* H. J ■ 8. -* 1 *mus >. M. I>.
. htsiciniif) in Memphis;
7 ;. : ■ .- . ; ;• n j*. . •t !• r-.nii-hj tor indigestion
•1 .. _
O. • ■ I. P.,
in . liar:. . r c.f. 1: jllul, Xt- IS. I 1 -.KS. it. IV.
J >t 1;.•'::*:<. ••’. I . I’AJL C lv. M. !>..
H. W. IV-.s- l, '! !’ . M. a. Kbac; *M, |L P-.
Sas -an ft., t. M . P.. J *=- K. I. •.**-. *• M. P-.
Eminoi LPI siciaasiis? ltshurtjli;
P. r'. !)va:. M. Wm. *.. * • M. 1* .
W. L. ’•::.••. XI IV, IV If. W s * -'t. IV.
0. -• *'*'• i! *
And tSfiVinp'!'! >< Di.VbJ'i
In a!! part - --f the North. V.' u.*. ! 80..t.i.
J. L. GaUM.-I, >l. P-. Ma .1 .a _
• l • ■ : !: : M -*h TANARUS, 1 ’.
James a. Jackson Ac Co.—ltat ing oxamlaed the for inula ofth
” HomoStoi t rs. rim dtheiniu mn r s*
ti -'U-r ’-.t:.' . and Ir. i.i-quvt.i a. • • . fea.c Hu: :*
bow H use. . P. IF VcMAiiON. Xt. b.
C'i'For sale l rail 'ru.-gf *ts and pn-coru
JufHCS A. A o-A sv-oprioforj*.
Labratory 10oand 137 X. Second St., St. L-aais Xl>—ouri.
i ir: • Y!v roii” s. m. co
M.W SEWING MATIIiNE
•“V I CTO II”
Runs very Easy,
Ru::s very Fast,
Runs wry Slit!.
Has Ni-w Shuttle Superior to all
Great luqirovenieuts in Needle,
Cannot be Set Wrong.
C 5“ Agents Wrutted.
Ad dess THE “VICTOR” S. XL CO.
No 51 Tenth St. 4 doors west of
Bond way, N. Y.
Twelve Million Acres!
C II E A V F A If M S'!
Tlie cheapest 1 u.d iu the market for sa'e by
UNION PAC’FiC RAILROAD COMPANY.
Id the Great DiaMc V r illfy.
83,000,000 Acres in Contral No
■ r.t ska., now loi’ sal in tracts ol forty aerm
and npw -irds on fua ; r.*l ten yo rs credit at
6 ]hr . (’lit. No n'\ nee i lere’t re<j*sir* <l.
Miul and hodiMul climate, fertile soil, an l
abundance of ! water.
1 he be*t rn u'ket in tae \Ve.**t ! "rear,
inMiing regi n f Wy fining Go or.ido, Utah
l.d n vy.!a heirg uoplieU by the farmer 4
ill the Phuto Val ey.
SoiJicrs Lniiilel to .1 Homestead cl 10:)
The Best Locations for Colonies*
Free Homos for AiS. Millions of acres of
choice (.t vem:n-nt Lands open i 1* entr/
under ’he Il KiiostPi-l lui'v, ear this great
railroad. \' it ig> and m trkers and all tno con—
ven:eajes o' an old settled -.omitry.
Free parses to purchasers of Itailroad
ixeetienal M-p . showing the li..d, also
n wedition 1 1 I'es'crip ive P.miphleC wiiii
N w Maps m iilc-i 1. ee everywhere
Addn ss O F. Davh,
Lu.cH’oninv sionci U. I*. U. i\., G aha,