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llh ulil ritlcll of tlii- ' 'nuuly.
lay last, nt .1 iljiu nll njje.
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J., j , ileiit .Ie--ae;.' IHj issue I11K will cn-
, . , 1 doAVor t sivelt lii fftll next week.
WT mentioned lt-t i--in- Uiit .lutm-i
l Holl.ni'1, iin e-ir,! in l'olk i.'uiinljr by A inun naul IliiiH from near
siu.ilir ll.in in!, I.n.l mini inn"-in Ai- "in over i y 1110 moiiiii
l.aiinm. Since then we get llio lollow
Iiijj purtirnlaiK from Litiie llmt :
Danlinttlfl the hmm al aa early
hour yett'iil.iy niornin;;,
llagnUfBAil tragedy. In Bcptenibcr,
18711, ptargMM Jamex, an olil man, who
had been I ravel tog over the country
plcklus cotton wa waylaid ami mur-
tarcd near Dardanclle. JaiiiM IIi!I;iim1,
aal t'Au , . i 11 1:1 : 1 1 : 1 -, trni;i'u 1 ii.ln. .
aey, were arrcatotl for the crime.
inn niiiue a coilioaaiuu, bwmiik iit.n
heaudCaaey insiijratcJ the murder,
nml laduood Belphrey to do the killing
fur half tllO luoney that inltflit be foillld
on tin; victim. PrevlouaW the trial a
guard t the jail, named Mill, was
bribed to opon the Jalldoora and the
three nrUoneraeaeaned. No trace yiut
dlauovered of the fugitive until about
throe week ago, wnonthe Sheriff of
Polk county, Tenn., iiDtlttOil Hov.
'hiirchlll that he Inul captured tfol-
land, requesting a requtiitloei The
ueoeaaary iwpoti were forwarded on
I'rid.iy. ' The Teiinc-sce Sheriff, with
Iiis prisoner, arrived here Uaturiley
luoniliig. He left for Darilanelle wllu
Holland iii eliarjre, reaching Jliissell
ville. Anticipating trouble, liediwiu
barked with tlie prisoner, ami took a
private conveyauco (or Dardauello,
when the train reached a point three
miles beyond Buiaelh I lie, it was Sag
ged, mill Oil stopping was boarded by
HbOUt twenty-live armed men, masked,
who demanded Holland. A search
bound train on the Selma divi-ion yes
terday morning below Hallon. '
lur.ii. Mrs. Uaromnv t'lAiaatiLn,
ol aiiolhcl' widow ol the lale I . M. ( raigmllcs
nu n in uvr inline in 1111s piacc evioruav
Dee. 7th, at 11 a. in., after a long and
severe illness. Mrs. (.'1 aiguilles was oil
years ofae, and has been n resident of
CleyeljinAtuoi x'i. Funeral aervlee
wiiijii! hehi at, the nmiir reaiueiic
l-'rii-'laaunriiiug at 10 o'clock.
ville man hv the name of Io-
gart got drank in CbattAUOOga, mid
went to sleej) under a freight train, and
was ooilteoMontly run over and had his
head cut oil.
The trial of tin; assassin Guitcau goes
on. w itnes.se alter witiieasea has lieon
OXaraltlCil and any ami all tlllllga prov
en by both fidea. If he is crazy turn
him looae and lot some follow put an
end to him so that he will kill no one
el. (iulteau is not the only one who
holds contempt for .lodge Cox's court.
The Clare Scott Dramatic Co., play
ed in Cleveland, Monday night. It is
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miu iiiu.-c in a l pnnvmi 10 1. .... inai j
they "butchered poor "Camille in a
luarrui manuor, me auatenoe was
about the size of an average missionary
meeting. Had it not been for the
Cleveland Orchestra, the concern
Would have been very llat.
at ntisi inroB
In- clccit'd t t In .-ct-sioii oi tin
General Coiifi'tviii i.' In- lido
next May, ninong those 'uu-u ti(me(
in lliis eonnet'tionare Kcv. Dr'.V.
V. Wilson, of the Baltimore 0on-
lereoce, and DfcJohn K. Edwards I
and J.Q. tranberr'tofthe Virgin
For the Cure of t'oiiphs, Colds
Hoarseness, croup. Asthma, 1'ron-
chitis.Whooping (Jonah, Incipient
Consumption and for the relief of I
consumptive persons m advanced
stages of the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 25 cents.
to nay 189,
The Debating Society 'it I.nwson's
School Mouse met laal night, and de
bated the subject slated thus:
That the Xcproes have been more
cruelly treated than the Indians."
The subject was very liberally and
extensively discussed, ami those pres
ent leeUIOd to have liecn well enter
tained. Alter the dltcMMlOM. oi tin: WHOLESALE MARKET
lllbject, the decision was given in favor n ,tj irt.t Ti
of the .Negative. w"w"r'
We again, offer the invitatioi. to at-j S TJ 11 (1 U I N K A 0 O
tend the "Public Debate" 011 next Pri-. Dealen la
day night at this place.
D. A. SrwKiKi.n,
Murder in West Tennessee.
A Huntingdon special saya:-
( i R5EBAI. Mkhciiandisk and Cot n
Friday last a pattern medicine pod-
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through the train convinced them """ w,,u "iyiw,w v
that ! was not aboard. They left, and I our streets, selling his goods, during
started fur Dnrdaiiclic, reaching there I which time be used some very dirty,
.it midnight. A demand was made on
1 he jailor for the keys. He refused to
give them up. Sledge hammers were
procured, and the jail door broken open.
A rush was made for Holland, who
aaiilj The Lord have mercy on me.
This is too bad. The Lord have n.ercy
Oil my wife and little children : tell my
wife and little child. TUeao were his
last words. liefnre he could lluish the
sentence, he was gagged, a rug being
lied over his month and n round his
head, and hurried outside. He a as ta
"Vn to the same tree from which Tay-
lor was hanged by a mob, a few months
since, and without time for a request
nr work of prayer, the fatal lioogo was
placet around his neck and the poor
wretch launched Into eternity. Oi
i-oure, no cine was discovered to the
'ev Qoods at Srma 1X8 & Co's
Snd IfeviS from Jumea Connty.
A correspoildent of the Commercial
Writing from .lames County says:
"Willi profound regret I write (he
Dews of Hie stid bereavement and SON
row thrown ever our town, caused by
1 he death of 1 wo of our most w orthy
and respected people l. 15. UampbcHjr.
Illid wife. -Mrs T. I!. Campbell. The
loimer died November (tilth, after a
short illness of about ten d.iys, with
malaria fever; the latter died Decern
her 1st, after an IIIhOSS of lour days,
V'jih same foyer. They had close med
ical attention by Drs. T. M. JJoddy and
(I. Yarnell, giving nil possible luedl
tail uhl and attention. During the Mus
Ihind'a illness he conversed ficidy Itll
M. ninny friends, that would gather
around Ilia bed-side, telling them he
'ell do fears of death, hut. lh.it he w ould
soni) enter into the porlals of eternal
He w as al.-n, during his last illness,
siltetided by his beloved father and
motlfer, Mr. I!, II. Campbell, sr., and
Mrs. T. S. Campbell of Chattanooga.
Itronieis and relatives also attended
bin). He was buried in the Oollewah
graveard, Nov. .'10th, ndigious servi
ces being held, and Hi elided b a lni
i-eufbly of people, and Dec.
ist.lli's. Campbell departed this life
alf-rtTleaving clear and undoubted evi
dence thatshe died happy in the Lord.
);i hearing that her husband was dead,
she became so prosttat" and seemingly
paraji.ed that she was never fully
iiroiised to consciou'hess, bill lived one
day lunger and died, and was buried
forty-eight, hours alter her husband's
burial by his side, with religions fei-
ice-, attended by n large assembly of
I'hey leave tWO little children, the
oldest six, the youngest one year old.
Mr. Cainpb-ll w as ,1 usl ice of llio I'eace
and also County Hegister of .lames
County. Tenn., and his high moral
worth, Iiis bllsluass capacity, and cour
tesy, coupled with his truthful rcprc
seiltntioUS, made him It favorite w lib
all J. C.II.
Tencftevs1 Asso latlon
The next meeting of the teachers of
tills County w ill be held in the Matoll
lc Institute, OlnVOllind, on December
ihc riJi. 'fhu third Saturday, instead
of the jburth s heretofore.
J. N. Vaiinki.i., l'rcs.
C. 1!i..ki:xi:v, See.
low language, in the presence of ladles
William Hr.rgiovo was arrested 1 Cotton has advanced in all the
hero lost night ami placed in jail i l,li!lil)al Wfcrketl north and south,
ior the murder of his brottref-in Y fi"ono roason why it
, .- xi . ! should not move up in this mar
law.a man by Ihe name of Regis- kefcr-Tliere is a better feeling in
ier, near Camden, yesterday. The the wheat market, while we do
particulars, as near as vour cor-1 not advance quotations we think
respondent could learn, are about ! tht far !lis,ant1
.. ,, , ,, . , ; quolatioiis will lie changed. Hogs
as follows: He and Register were havo been s(.jinKal 7.50 pet
traveling together, and when hunrid Eggs and Poultry in
aootiL three miles ol Camden good demand
,..1 11 1 1 1
s.itm- paruos 11e.11 tuu uwru The following aro the rtnotAtinnto
several shots fifed, and on going
to the spot, they found Register : Cotton
w ho happened to he in the. stores and! lying dead with .1 bullet hole ill
his head. Hargrove was standing
near, and said t hat Register had
accidentally shot himself, and re
marked that he would go back to
Oamdeh and get a wagon, out in
stead he came on here, and was
arrested and jailed a above sta
ted, a description of him tele
graphed from U.imden.
hotel near by. We think il high time
that our officers were at resting such
chaps as he. The cause of his swearing
&e., was that some one "accidentally
dropped" a few eggs on him the night
Flint Spring Academy.
The Fall Term of this Institute closes
Decembeo 15tb. All ft lends of educa
tion are ressoctfnlly invited to attend.
J, N. Yahxki.i., Prlii,
RepreseutatlvS M. T. Fonts passed
through Ibis place Monday, to take his
seat in the Legislature.
Hon. W. H, Dawson. Hcprcsentativc
from Loudon Hint .Monroe counties, was
in Cleveland, Monday, accompanied by
his daughter. Ue left Tues lay for
Miss Cailllle Wood left Sunday for
Victoria, whore she will spend the
winter w'ith her uncle J. V. Wood.
Mrs. D. It. Stevedson, of lioekwood.
Is vi-iiing relatives in tills city.
Mr. t'red Itogeis of Chaitauooga,
spent Monday in Cleveland.
Our young friend I.ew ls Wl.itsor. has
returned from Kan-as and will remain
a few weeks. He reportsTenncs-wans
there all Sntilil.
i b 1
Troni ( hii tal a.
Mr. Abraham Horn, one of our neigh
bor boys, whose parenls live about
three miles from tills place, who has
been making hiK home for some time
In Wliltrtelu Co., (ia., was married
Thursday but, to II Miss P.oyd, of M'hit
liel.l Co. 'I'hey set out for home on
FrIOay follow ing w here they were met
by ft number af his friends and rela
tives. Tlifey will return to their home
in Whillicbl county', in which they will
make their future home.
We congratulate thts young couple,
and wish them a long and comfortable
life. . S.
New York Union.
ltid Him (Mood.
( barbs II. Ilauer, editor of the
paper and Notary Public, in a
late i-sii,. meutii
self of Ibis naiin
Wheat white, best
Lard, in new tin cans,
Flour, from wagons,
Butter choice yellow,
" lower grades.
" Reaches, halves
" M quarters,
Feathers new, geese,
4-4 Sheeting by bale.
Iilock 1 arn,
the lollow iug : I'at-
ome time ago, snf-! Wool best grade,
rheumatism and tried oati pei sacs,
means to rid lilni- Oats per bushel,
1 1 1 1
uMffvil, hut, in vain. He XWF," IU1
scil to use M. .1 aeons in 1, wmcn I l.rs '
so SHCCeSftfulty. that all pain has Vtre,n( ll,les' P'1
Ift him and he is as healthy and. strong ! '"-v ill(U's-
. . .... . nens ner in.
as 11 ic r oe : ore . Mr. u'linv i, 1111 on. , . 1 .
thin iastlc advocate ojf St. Jacobs Oil,
and it has done him good .
Geese. 4: Ducks, i Turkevs
Spring Chickens, per pound.
S'ast IVniJeKc' 'slcjaii unl
oilLl'espnnpent writing trmn Ath-
ens 10 fa Chronicle says: "The se-
olid tCHn of ti ls school, located at
Athens, 'pens unde r the mod favora
ble auspice-, r.elween '.M anil l!) new
Httidafll have nlready entered. The
prc.-eni enrollment Is near 200. Stu
dentl lom nearly every Sothern State
nml fU iral of the N'ortliera States have
tilrevB nirtli'lcolated. The Trustees
i. ....oglyillsheil all tuition for this year
-slinhlt charge a small Ineidentsl fee.
All win. desire to enter during the
w inter ijeriu sliouhl do so Immediately.
The University has full eorpi of
i i-i. Ini - a ml promises and thorough
A in 8'.KTIHi:i
, .. j il,,. 'lovela.v.l, Ti iin
., ,J ,nm .S-
t'ice. on lec. i. auu not
called Iiji In Mlllog lor the haters
always "adffratsd" aod give
dale of hvei'tisemcnt.
Tliesuleikpra mnat bo called for;
v' iihin 'is diiya from-date or they will
be forwarded to i H- Dead Infer Ol-
V. S.TirroN, P, M.
TUp ;ha(tanua B'ali'.
The Times, in giving an RCOOHnt of
oh n rob fair to be given this w eel; by
the M. E. Church, v.f Chattanooga, ol
w hich Uov. .1. il. Maaker is pastor, ba
the following paragraph :
"A number of visitors are expected.
!inong the most prominent w ho are
likely to be belli Is Mrs. Covcrnor
lliow ulow , of Kuoy ville. She is now
in quite feeble health, but states sin; will
positively come If her condition per
mits, .She will be accompanied by her
daughter. A number of other.! ate ex
pected from Knoxville and several
from Ohio, Including a few from Day
Ion." - - -
Depl. Sheriff Pool of Yell Co. Ark.,
sends us a paper containing the account
of Holland's hanging, from which,
we take the follow lug :
Sheriff I In ti -iiih remained over until
Monday morning, the guest, of M r. Z. J.
Pierce nl our city, who came from lien
ton Tenn., and was and old friend nnd
acquaintance, ltd witnessed the recep
tion gave in his prisoner, and Ihe milli
ner of his disposlal. He told us Oil Sun
day he had heard lhat his prisoner was
wanted badly In Arkansas, and now he
was fully convinced Of t!0 fact. On
Monday Messrs Hannah and Haskhis
started hack to Mast, Tennessee to tell
their people ab'Mil their know ledge Ol
A rkausas Justice .
H'sic in the Tennessee ifcni
lentlnry. Special lo the Ihilly Chronicle, Monday.
All the machine shops In the Tennes
see penitentiary burned nt ) p. in. to
day, together wilh ft very Iftfgt amount
of nnfiiilshod work nnd lumber. The
lire Company COltld make 0 headway
against the Itatntftj and one company
was flu ally compelled to aban
don one of the engines on account of
Ihe Intensity of the heal.
The company Inivlng got Into a panic
the uinio-d (Onflistvn reigned aiming
the prisoners, -.one of w hom bavin
been nod up in a cornel' by
nan lo he extricate! hy means
ilern over the walls, which
loriy leei in hii;iit. In the liner
ou-i ic i ii ' I CM'I eio, ol over to' Ii re a
huge number of eotJiots escaped J
There ere 7."i convicts in Ihe prUnM I
aii iiic convicts us de work! lal
Hilly win, lmekels i,i 'iist H
liiiniiieui, on, j,,
Thv Cotton crop
New OfiLKHNCh Dec. M. The
Democrat publishes specials i'roui
all portions of the cotton country
giving the latest news of the con
dition of the crop.
Reports from Alabama show an
increase in the cop of twenty per
cent as compared with that Of last
In Arkansas the entire crop iy
gathered and will range from for
ty to fifty per cent below that of
hi Georgia the cconwill be gen
erally one-third short, e.ce;it
ftround Columbus, where the yield
1 is belter than last season.
bermaii Mil lei
Orchard grass seed
The parishes in Louisiana show a
great deficiency in (he yield, Store
house not raising one third of a
crop, while St. Laadery has nearly
an average yield.
The yield for Mississippi is
about .-ixty nine per cent some
what leas than was anticipated.
In Tennessee the crop will be
about forty per cent of that of
In Texas (he crop will be half'
COM MISSION MERCHANTS
Lard, in cans,
Tiin.se tiuiffuli, tiresome sensations, I Bam.
eMiislug you to fool scarcely nblo to he ! Onions, bbl,
on yon Meet ; that, constant drain Unit Irish Potatoes,
is taking from your system all Its Has- j I eiithcrs,
tlclty; tlrmiia the" bloom from your
cheeks; that continual strain upon
your vital forces, remler'.ns; yoli" In lia
ble inul fretful, in easily bo rebloveo
by the us of that marvelous reineily
Hop Hitters, lrrcfruhtrltirs anil ob
Htruetions of your sy.sleiu urn relieved
Rtonce, w hile the spud d entice of pc-
riodlual psln is paraiuiently removed.
)Vill vou heetl thin ? Cincinnati Suturdui
oo net r&
send lor our Lat&lojue
C L E y i: L A N I)
I a GLENN, A, M.,Priji.
Mlth. MOI.l.li: Tltl'NK, Vs-istant.
Miss Aukma lli'uui , -Music Teacher
Fall term of live ninntliK will be
fdu Sept. 1st, 1881, and end Jan.
Spring term will begin Jan. 30
1882, anil end June iGlh. Ism'.
Kates of tuition ILO0I1.25, fl.60,
i.7:, y.00, .'.rio mid 8.00 per
month, aceording to grade.
Ineidental fee 25 oil per qtiaNer
Instrumental and ocal Mush
.OJ per month. Bibs payabh
Quarterly m advance. Hoard a;
from m'h to $10.(K )er month
everything included except wash
Our intention is to make this llirititu
lion equal to any for its thorough, com
prchensive nml practical course of in
struction. Theory w ilhotit practice it
but capital w ithout Investment. v.
propose to teach not only the text
books but also the elements w liich tern
to supcess in life.
(Cleveland is remarkable for beauty
health ami lioraiity. No bar room
within or near the tow n. Chun-he
ofall the leading denominations olfei
excellent sooial and religious uUvsiiU
ges. For further information aililress oi
call upon the Principal or Assistant, m
Cleveland, Tenn. 7 10 if.
$5 to 820';
I'o iluml, Milne.
!i? Iinaio. S-uiiplc
Boots & Shoes!
J. M. C A S H,
A line lot of Leather constant'
ly on hand. We guarantee Bat
isfaction in every respect. Qive
me a call before having youi
work done elsewhere.
J. M. Cash.
hare liroti'i t ho fftvor
ito nf Ihe mo: cotftbia-
mgcunijort and firnitit
wit h elfieanceoi form t
a rcmaikabie tic '-. nnd
re nioin'j rr.aoyofti or
phyficians. 'f hej rtetiTeil
the BjgbMl Award atthw
Vjicq ttil.uOaad uturardn.
IJtuly nnva.s,r Wfinit-d
horn. Tlutisn rnrwl urn imi soM f i.mr.li.nii.
Itiviumve territory mr.'n. AeenU makftthiar Pirmi-
muaa rrauMHf n'wmwi. &mt wwrmatQ Hau
QWWOtt A Co., m Brodway, N. Y , or to Oenetat
Wttlan Agent p. .1 11. Wysmat A Ut.. 1'redonin, N.Y.,
J.B. Putnam, IM bUtto BtrwM, Chicago, IU.
1 wisli to sny to ssy lo every linn in tin
eoiuity llist I srsnt sell you Inmily rlglu
for one of .lolui Miu1ih!1s's Roller nnd
Sk'Hiin r. To von men who lime ircnkli
woini ii Ihsj hars wsclilng lo do, I ?y I nay
can do it with half Die Iftbor, nml in Im1f (lra
ti-'ic. f your lauiily user it n mynlli die.,
will not tin without one n yen; not for
POP IU.K Til E CO ST O F T HE MACHINK
Ift Cashing alone. While there are man
other tilings the machine is pqniilly as use
ful lor. Wood & Co., CleveliinJ, is author
izeil t sign, hlnnks during my absence. In
strvotlons for using given. Those (lint lisu
used tbeiu say tiny give entfve unlisfoclion
ni!7ly. JOHN It. SAyDKUS
Tlie grainl jury iound six in
dictments in the Slur roulo OflSOl,
four Rgaiusi Frederick 15. Lilley
tine two againtf Cieorge B. Bratt.
Bench warrants were issued lor
the arrest of the pailies.
The noor Kiill'crer t lint lorn been dos
1H himself 'llh so-eiilleil TrncllM ilnil
thereby upset his stoiuiteh wliliouL cur
ing the troulllenonni cotigii, should mkfl
our ndvlusjpn iiso at oner lr. Hull's
Couh Hyi nnd fOl WOll.
in iiiiviiij f
f the heiii, ,,4C in More Ml t ciifrlh rwtpr-
.Vi !!! i '"K P01' ' WWt botlln of 1'urk
t tv II 'i-'iniifer Toule tluiu In n bushel of
i W o.... '. iovlirii irnllon of mill,-. As mo mine
mr orburlncwi.woak. duui of lot- HHB r td
b I 1 1 '.' ' 1 " Nl I'll 111 of Vuuy ' ' 1 1 .i I . 'M' I'vr r In 1. 1 jn m ft Z
' Ijour ilutlfa fto.til mm night work, to rv-w m "IE
iiliu'iUiii-iiiiiil imu If torabmiii iirrvenniiB ; Qr mO iLift UJ
Hop Bitters. Hmutv. aw Nop D. H ""j BH i
I 1 f ynu nro young onilBimfri'rlnjf fromnny ln-H - Hf ,n
illnrii Oon or drKotpttBtlou j If you r.r;i mnr H mm KL LW rj
Riiiil i.l' filli-l'.. ..i iirSyouil.suir.'rliiiC troniB "B BtlA J 7Z
fl I. i '1..I1E0H' lull of uli l. 2 (fYS V
uom, nlf on HopBBIttC . H VS u
I Whopvcr Townro. mumk Tlionntnln rtlr nn S tm mmw ft?
Iwhi'iimor you r. ul 78 tfl nimlly IT 'in wuini-l Ol
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Wlrlilcil hv Ilia llad.
Icol I'ciilty neal nit
BRWtxa M a i ii in i; (or pure -ii'n,
vv ii l' i'ii i ' I ed , iii tin; ( Invebiiiil I'o lolllcc.
to n r .- i
I tvlnjr contnlnlufl Ihe ceffi.
i te," Doore-l:! Ann Oolhor, i " convicts will he.
niunhloi Mrs. MsryHllh t"-J'iftht. The loss
, 2 , T. I.OLMVond ; tj pen.it 00,000, with nn
' . ' ' I UU,II I.
if. iii. 1'iivne. 1
.Illstl' RS lthniUs I'or Dtltll lit. tills oilli e
Mlt .-nil.... ... ...III.- I. , .1 .1 .. ... . . .
ly.u.M .. s..io... oi nun., .15 no ll.l-- CIII'IIC I 1 1 9 1 1 1 1 1 ( ell II .JC IWUZIII 111
vr;.er, niooii puriner nnd hlilney eon ect- 4v;iisliv.lle. tf.
or, there is nothing like It, iiiid hivnl-r
ids Mud 1 1 ii wonderful Invloiiint for j Joli I'itin for Knle
tnli, d mi body. Sec other column. A Pew I rrlntliic Iiihm, hita 7li,
i- a ', Hi .. in ie.f el older, does Hue work. It. Is
Keepj'our family well supplied wllh ( tll(. Vory tiling Im pi Inlin,; lotle. lie..,'..,
""'Uci'' ( oiiIi Syrup." Ihc il 111 I'tinls, eilt elopes, or miiInII IiiiiI bill.
nil. I will be sold clienp, ,d'twvst
W, H. Tirri..v.
( icvelnii'i, Trim
tlnuif.nl Hiiro; you will avert bronchial and mil
limner ot i monnrv ntToetlons. 2." cents.
ol the ahnr Dli.
cr been to advanta.
M III l,Ar:r-ii a
KOCK and 111 i:. lu
Srnixrtlca irTordi I
np,Mlnor ami tonic,
to lltllltt lit! tha Hva.
Uiu tftulr the congb baa bon rellartd. ' .
Hti;i;, II. II A I , 71, Commlalonor of
liitemial II. venue, V nelilnetnu. 1. 0 Jen
KMh, IHHdkMya: "'lout, ItoeK ml it Y JC Ii an
iii'rm'iililo Koineity In Tci loral roinplalnta tail Ii
rmaaril n. Meilli lr.nl (iropariitlon under the U.
H. Uevlierf, fltHiitoa, ami when an Ilarc:i,i1, may
1 1 OM bi HUUOUIHTS. OHOCKRS, and othar
pcraona, wlltbuut aoaclal Us," or llceuae
nillTlfHill I "P1'! ht dlTl br deelen
VAU I lln I who try to mlm off Wk and
ltya for I.a'.wreno it Martin 'a Tol.V, Rot K
end JlYK-iilch la tbo onl MICDK'ATEIl ar
ililn inado ithn (ronnliie he their muiu on tb
rroprtotnry Stamp on enrb liotlle.
Put un In (Juart Sizo Bottles. Frioe $1,00,
J. iiuii,,Mi, 'l ilt I (',, 'ronrlel
I rilu'Ann ...
Sold by oWucQISTS arid O
Its Shuttle is self (jireadipg its Needle is seli-aetUng . Its Jloh
tJn ena be Blled without removing work or attachments. So sim
i' A.Ni'l'lV'roil I'jvjyjy'.l''11 ,,)ala CM can use it. WAIt
1 have a i'till line of Needles, Oil, Fladinirfl ami Attachments for
hi Machines. Machines Repaired bv ihe Finest Workman in tha
(ieneral Agent for East Tennessee fr the BAZAAR QLOVM
NJTIMI I'AITERKS. Bend for Catalogue.
H A I N' S
Meals furnished to order at all time? during the day. Yon can.
buy your meals much cheaper here than elsewhere, and get via'
you want. Dining rooms nice and clean.
Fruit Jars and Jelly C lassen.
Also a full line FAMILY GROCERIES, as well ai everything in
the line of eatables, such as country produce and fr sh garden veg-
Mitv 25, 6m.
CHICAGO t ALTON R.R.
TIIH IOrUZiATl KOUTH
TO KANSAS CITY
AND ALL POINTS WEST IN
Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, " '
Arizona, Nebraska, California, etc.
The Ortat ExranUa lloulc balnrpii tin- ftorifc nan Runta nnrl in and from Kaaui Laada
anil (ulnraili, BCaltll Itiaarta nml Mining lllttrlrta.
THE SHORT LINE TO CHICAGO & ALl POIMTS NORTH & EAST
WISOOK"SITC, 71 ICIIiaAN,
THE EASTIEmrd STATES,
Jacksonville, Pekin, Peoria, LouisiamiT Hannibal, Quincr.Keotatte.
TWO TRAINS A BAY
No Change of Gars of anv G
I Kansas City
5 1 All! P. nLU.aa.aa.
detwees ' i i.li Uh Oj lillli.nl! II
UNION DEPOTS IN EAST SJLOUIS, ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY AND CHICAGO?
no o run it mm; itr.vH
PALACE jDSisillffiGr CARS
Between ST. LOUIS and KANSAS CITY, r.ir. ST, : OUIS nd CHIOAOO Moala
equal to thoie sarroa in n Si,t Llux u ,, ouly 76 cents.
PALACE RIECLEgG oHAIR CARS
In the World are Run in all Thronph Tmina Day and Night
Without Change and Free oi Extra Charge.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
Tlio 1'lnost. Unwr nnd Ho font tn uu iinywhnro. "
See that your Tickets raid via CHIOACO i.LfOrt RAILROAD.
For Napi, Tim Tabtca. Ratrs and DllrvqaifWI tnforisnitlnii u,ltrf3ii
CHARLES F. tVDLVHL 8ontHrll Pasatnt r AMuL NASnVII.LR. TEK
Or S. h. knight, Ticket Aj-mt, in Korth lf,,urtb tut, unto Platrtm ticmac, st. Loui.
.TAMl'd I li VIM Til
Ueneral Pasavusci - nwl Ticket Airwt. OHIO ' .'".o IU
.1. C. Mi'.AIITM.IN.
(tcm ral llaiiiiKr, C1IICAGO, ILU
W O N 1) E R F U L
W e liave dlarororttl n refnedr HWv to prtt of utilolil value to thoiie OWklBf anil mnnnir
niK lniriH's. It U.inr Alt AUIt; HALVE, fur tin, run-of all Sklu UlWNMM In li.irr. It la
iiiiililnnlloii ol iiiirri'ttii'iitH Hlmiilennil liumili'SH In ilipninvlve. bo iiu one nei ,1 fi ar, liwaiiae of
itn ma rvi li, im lii'iilniK nonera, thai aa Uenilly polton in mixi'il wlUi u an are imift poaltivtly
afflnii sm'h la not the iiliao; anil, ao (ar oa Wu know. It wlglit li aiipUcd to the hiininn Unity
itlinnfelv anil gaed effoat, WViln uol herllaln In mhv that It la the only Halvi' whicll n I II
prut entirely Mliafastory ami far mpror to any oifiur for Hi aaine nilfpoifj uii tlio market.
ONE PACKAGE OP IT WILL CUBE SEVEBAL CASES.
lint it la in) llmpta nuy OM ran npply It hj following tin- AlrMtlaM.
"WM oonllilool ot It luerit tnal wo araol) oflta- to rotniid Mm mono) If II fu,i, m aat
poll :i trial aneordlng tu .lin rtioua on pnekup'. Thr l.illow mg
IwiMI nl.t ,.,l . . i . . .. . ... I . .... al.1i, ....Ill I ..!.-... - .
,,.. . i , , , ,., ,, i in , i in ,r.in, lu in .irii'iv.. i ii. hi, r, m i
my hiim' owner m purobMibK at loail one paikaim. If ronrborai ia iiotimt,' in i,
vou i an not tell hot moiih ho maj ; ami audi illioaavi ilionld inn-i pi impi tmHtmcDl Vtt tool
.iiuii....... u .. ... ..hi. ." ti.-iii i-i ,i,i Ki'.'.'inir it on i-i,., m.i in. innr
OXKTLRktltMt 1 am ffl.nl to bfr tesllmony to the wondarful healing power of vim, Ikaiiio
Sai.vk fur llni-no lllaeaana, aurh im Wi't anil Dry Si.ratr.lira, (.ri;-y Ifc, H llriilai'.l ai 'il s.ni
Dn-k, Mnr Slum lilera. Slock Leg. Kintula-ln fact all mom f 8orel god Iiiflamiiiail,,,,. ' I a
lii'i'ii Iri nliiiK linraea for Ihi, Inal lirtni'ii year, nml inn trulhfiilh any thl Hai k ugcel nil
oilier rouKdlCI I have ever trlml. In ttintit e.iire peileutly In BTtn , h'living (he ' in
.. ..... " " ..... ... m,- , in a iii'nnni in oi from rue lum o Work)
I have lately Mated nl.v MM! Ii . mieeeaalon of I lie wirat kind, of from two to alx v' lloi I
lug, ill every rate ajicoraaful, nhilnt all other lenieilitu fulluu, Mir !AtVK aottng llko mail.'"
MBee I hnve given il Hioinngli in iii tii ul leUAiel like I . .in i,i ii,.n, ,,,.,( j, ,0 i., '', '
Anyone Hlnhleg, ran ee tor llirinaulrv- itajMyulli- ") . alln ( nl mj mnl.lr m K, '
ASin cot tilt. '
C, Tl l lltl I t niitwl I'lirrrfnll V ailil mv I
having ii-ril your ,nlvr In n nemlirr nf i iiara t
irnn . uorauiga rili'u III ovny lliniiini r.
I liau ot rr tried.
tn :h' fnrogoliig, hi'H.1vng It ' . In:,.,
fvri l i ' n,i l , i, , , .....i .. t: .
volt tohoVf far the moat raltialjlr i la
I'. . AMiKS.
LOW TO 1
PerScratchM Bruiied arid Sere Back, Bto,k Z.i. S :: Shculiv,.- k
oaco5 cf Infir.rcaUcn.
Huh the Rai.vf, on iii ni.-'Jif nnd n'tmli ofT in thr i-."
(1 wnliT. Mnd dry; and repoal encli liglil nnlil n -ni
FOR FISTULA. Blinve off the huir. nyjil.v inornittp:
lijilit, mill W8Mbou(il in ollitT i'hhor.
Il is liotler Iti li-t your linrsi- rest vrlill ninli i' litnnf, i, i
have worked every day and still rotten well.