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J S. KEBLBTiy)
, KATE OF ADVKRTIHJKO. .
Ono dollar pe sqnar bf lea linns or less.
ri.ARKrWIM.K, FlUftAY. (KT. , I KM.
KAILRUAD JUM TAB.E,-Traln
fiouth, US A. . nnl 5.35 p. St. Tralm North
8.19 A. M. nndlMSr. M.
. A CliOSQ MARK. In future we
will make a erom mark on the mar
II in of our paper, at a notification
to all patron whote time of tubtcrip
Hon hat expired. Look out for the
cross murk and renew' your tub
ticrlptions at once.
Tub Baptist Supper to-night.
Let everybody go. .
We call particular attention to tho
ndvortlHcment of tho Committee In
reference to Railroad Due Bill.
Brsnop Qiixtabd has intordicted:,ry preventing many fromattending.
ritualism in thlsdUx-cno. The conij)ctitlon for premiums was
FinE.-We rc sorry to loara that l'Wtod. The mnnagers anticipate a
the tobacco barn of our young Mend, R"t Increase in visitors and a much
P. Bowling, near Taifs Station, was belter display of stock, etc., during
consumed by fire ou the 1st Inst. Me remaining days of tlio FnJf. On
was firing his tobacco, nnd his whole
crop was destroyed.
The Nashville Book Concern.
The exhibit of A. II. Bedford, the en
ergetic agent of tho Nashville Pub
lishing House shows the profits of the
pout year to have been about $18,000,
nnd In the post two years the old debt!
lias been reduced $30,000.
New money-order oflloes have ls?eii
established in this fttnte at Bolivar,
Brownsville, Covington, Dondrldge,
Fayettevillv, Humboldt, Jackson, Ia
lrangp, McMliiuvillo, Paris, 80m
mervlllc, Trenton, Union City and
MattiLI at his Confectionery on
Franklin street, Is prepared to furnish
fresh oysters done up In any style you
may desire. We know them to bo
very fine for we have tried them.
For thk Fair. A special truhi
will be run during the Fair as follows:
Leave Clarksvllle for Fair Grounds
wt o.-OO, 0:00, 10;0oi 11:!10, A. M., and
at 1:00, 2:1.5, 3:1.1, 4:15, 6:r, v. M.
iA-iive Fnir Oi'oimds for Clarksville
at 8:30, 0:,10, 10:30, a. M., 12:00 m. and
lit 1:30, 2:40, 3:40, 4:40, 0:00, v. M.
O r Ton Acco Ma k ket. The Pn rls
Tt'iin.) IiitrUiacnecr siiys: "Clurks
ville is unitiestlontibly the pniper To
bacco Murkcjv for tlijs scot Ion nnd
hero We will take occasion to say thiit
one of the most reliable and success
ful firms for the side of toliuco there,
it that of Messrs. Pmuh A" Hutch
ing." -.., ... . 1 j
For want of space, wo failed, hifct
week, to acknowledge' the receipt of
ti pamphlet edition of tho uildiv-.-t of
the Hon. John F, HotiSK 011 the
thiixl anttlversary of theOrphun' Asy
lum. The liuly nuiniigers huvedoue
well to throw it iutoKo nent and com
mctuform both for circulation and
preservation. We have never read 11
more impropriate or effective address,
and regret that our limited space for
I'ld.s lis republication in our columns.
ja tin tililc and liiulily HiiI.-IumI lite
rary ellbrt It Is worthy of the highest
coiiinicndiition nnd caniiut full to do
good wherever It Is circulated.
TllltllK CllKKHd FOR Til K V.I.V.
I'HANT. On Saturday hist, Messrs.
Turnley & Wooldrldgo dd the first
hogshead of the new crop of tolmcco
for the hiindnio price of $18 00, per
hundred. M. H. Clark A Bin. Imjcoiii-
ing the purchasers. This was a hogs
head of shipping leaf, Krown by W.
1. I.audcr, of lUilleview, Christian
TllK Nashville Ilmun r eomc to us
considerably culargod iin evidenee
of proiperlly which we are pleased to
fee. The Banner Is a live paper and
must so continue under Its present
nblu ami energetic manngcineut.
PltoK. N. L. Lliulsley is, we learn,
critically III of pneumonia, at Leba
non. Being Voll and favorably
known here, this aunotinccnieut will
Ik read with deep regret.
City Ui.kith.n The election last
Saturday, for municipal officers, re
sulted as follows :
Henry Freeh. Mayor.
S. 1). Power, liccorder.
M. W. Carkulf, Muixhal.
A 1 1 1: it m 1 : x . let waul J ante
l!l ward t "In v BolKrU.
3d " J. J. Hnmlett.
4lli " t. A. Moth.
Mi " W. P. Hume.
tilh " A. B. Harrison.
Tth " V. Barksilalo and B.
PloNser tie vote.
itli ward -Samuel Johnson.
Dkatii okCIko. Y. Hanks. Wo
deeply regret to chronicle tho death
of another member of the printing
fraternity, Mr. (!, W. Hanks, who de
parted this life, In Nashville, oil the
d Inst. Tit hannfftmyn: "He was
distinguished forhlsnmlabllity of dis
position, Integrity of diameter and
courteous Ih-hi Ing. Ho wasnnafi'ee-
tlonate hiisbnuil and parent, mid an
honest and sulf-Hiicriileini; friend.
m hose liem toveillowitl with . linili.v
for nit men ami eoiitnliel no mnlkv
toward any living creature. TltouKli !
never In tho enjoyment of rolnistl
lieilllh, he lias rs.Hl flolU thesivi,
' . .,.,.. ,, J
f CjirtU Ix-iH-titii tlw kindly skies tf
Ills cuil' Uoiiim, nut versitily Isuienteil
liy a lurire ellX'le of fllemls and Is'-
m:ivI ndiUlves. IVnra to his trsiitl
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i.l.. III . . I. . .1 I
TllK I.AMICS l,KAKI..-Tho(l lfcjH'rl
iwiiiis i 1,1 1111a rxrvilL'iu ffieeueis to
IJUliil. It, s rel leto With t'lipicM lito!
mrv uroiliifl l.m. Tl.u ..., .;.. .1...
. 1 , , . , , .
it, w ruiaiueo, tliinss j
k-iilW W'Mlil, ulitT, :t-l,illt..
Imlrably msiiatred Institution, which
may be .found on th second page of
As we failed to get In the advertise
ment of Halms A Johnson tide week,
we would remind their numerous
patrons that they have ft very large
stock of dry good, etc., complete in
detail, and they have excellent clerks
waiting to sell them at the lowest
- -1 - ' . .
Military. We lenm from the
Nashville lianncr that Company A,
of the 4.1tli infantry, left Nashville
on the 7th lust., for this city, where
they wilV hereafter.be stationed. ;
.. ' THE FAIR.
Wednesday was the opening day of
the Fair. The attendance was not so
large its expected, the gathering of
crops and much sickness in the coun
nl.l.i t .1 n!Hnii u4 m ria tit a f 'li Mill Istl n
voldableclrcumstances, the Chronicle
fraternity ware debarrod the pleasure
of being prescht. Theday was balmy
and bright and closed wltli the fol
lowing award of premiums:
' ' Tiiorr day.
FnriTS. Rest IniMhel apples II M Dud-
ley, preroi BCKeiw, ears, r
Ikat bitfbdl peschen XI li tinUv. prt'lu.
Rest display II l Dudley, prum j 11 M
Iti"eT"a, Bert. - -
Hpeelnl pn'inlum ly It Donner, Rest 12
srcdlliiK apples R ti Kevves, .prelum Ji t
Rrat Clrupe Wine P II Porter, prom.
Beat wine, other thou grnis' Mrs I C
Host bushel of wheat J I. Johnson , prcm;
K t. Williams, cert.
Rest peek tomatoes EI. Wllllnms, prem.
Rest gallon cider II C Felts, prom j K I.
Willliiius, curt.; ; r ... v 1
lkst hnrtiel corft T. . Williams, prem ; J
li Johnson, cert.
Rent iuart vinegar F. L Williams, prem;
F I) Kcesee, cert.
Iliwt cooked ham Mrs M P Radford, pre
mium. llest 2cnna fruit H C Felts, prem.
Real pruaerves l M MnrUu, prem.
Rest lcad work Miss Nunnle Whuntley,
prem ; miss Mollle Reynolds, cert.
Dent Mnejenns mrs M M Wull, prem.
Rest wool flmoiel mm M M Wall, rem.
Hi't cotton warp blanket mrs I'ah
Rent wool lmae inra XI M Wall, firero;
mm T T. Morris, cert. . - ..4.
Ili'iit half wool hose mlK tii Clark, pre
mium ; mrs 8 (.1111, cert.
Rest carpet mrs M M Wall, prein,
Rent cotton hose mrs TK Morris, prem;
miss O Johnson, eert.
Jlestuollon .hulf hoar m T K Morris,
ntlentfohnnii,crt. - - J-
Rest nrtltlebil flowers mrs Jordan, prem;
mrs Dan Oordon, ei-rt.
Rest bnlmornl skirt mrs Leah Rsnildh,
Rest suit of clothes for boy mrs Leah
Randolph, prem; miss HalllcMunford, eert.
. Rikd divaa (or Mlrl mlas Hal lie Mnnford,
pn.m.A '' ' J " - '
lli'st dress for hidy miss Harah J Illnch,
prein .-nrnlakfl.lMllikBDtVoart. X'.. & j
Riwt milt fur gentleman mrs j R Walton,
pn-m ; mrs tx-nh ltandolph, eert.
Rest silk embroidery mrs It D MeCnuley,
prem 1 lursJ II Tandy wrt. , -.1
Rest eot Ion embrolilery miss Lucy Kerr,
prem ; miss Mary (1 Brown, cert.
Itiwt worsted einhroldiTy mrslnh ltan
dolph, prenu : ' ,
Rest cotton putch-work millt mlos Mary
.V Trice, pn-m.
Rest while cotton iplllt mr J II Walton,
Ri"st white cotton counterpane mrs Ida
Complimentary premiums for'seod work
various dowers of different ctdored seeds
mrs Dan (lordou, prem.
Complimentary premium 011 leulher
werk miss I.011 Johusou, pivm. (
I lent 1 yenrsuld II P Miullsou, preiu; It
Rest n years old ' R Marshall, prem ; II
II .Small, eert, .
Hi "st i years old William Wheatley, pre
mium : I. Ilyers.cert.
Rest suckling I' W Ransom, prem j C W
Itoaeh, cert.' -'
.ni-ji and r 1 i.i.iks.
Rest I years old or over F Ruekncr,
prem ; w II 1 iiruley, orrt.
Rest .1 years old p A V Johnson, prem;
A II Collins rt.
llest 1 year old John Dirlley, prem.
llesl suckling II Moore, prem.
Rest Htalllou. mare or gelding Jeaso AI
lensworlh, prem j Itobt Wooldrl.lge, cert.
Kpis'liil preinlum by J C Johnson, for the
prodiii-c of Rlack Prince II M Dudley, pn1
lulilin; C W Itaiisom, cert.
Roys King-most skillful riler-Wlllle
Madison, prem ; Peter Uolicrts, cert.
Rest long wool buck K I. Williams, prem.
lU-'M long wool ewe E I. William, print.
llest Isiar T D lsnnrd, prem.
lleol pair or plus 11 M Dudley, prem.
Rivt two-hoio plow Coulter, Moore A
Rest one-liiilse plow Coulter, Misire A
llest cultivator ('milter, Moor & Co.,
Ik-et straw itter-tiullcr, Moorr.tcYo.,
pnu. - . 1 .
Rest wheat fan Couller, Moore A Co.,
llest isirn Khellcr-Coulter, Mooro at Co.,
Rest wlus'lburrow Coulter, Moore Co.,
Heat churn-Coulter, Moore A Co., prem ;
D C Kstes, eert.
Rest refrigerator Coulter, Moure A Co.,
Ilesi washing machine Coulter, Moore &
Co., pivm, -Ilesi
spis'lmeu cedar wuro Couller, Misro
The ntteiultmee, to-ilay, was an Im-
l,r-veiiu iit on yestenhiy. As wo
,,nv'' " to ThunsUy, we enu
0,,," lvt' " r,'lM,"t UP I-'uVloek :
-" olr hrh nryai.t. pre,,,.
I'el mlli h cow -H M Iniilley, prem.
i-. h.itv mwu,
ht.ii moss.- Ht4yeur old or over
1' MluU, ui iu UU MMiro.ierlv.
1 . " '.'"ui. olj-ll R Hiu.dl. 4.rcio,
, 'IV.Mv,.,.r.l.l .. 0 .1.... ........
lit".! 1 years old
I M All's, Ilesi I years old J II Hutu II, pre4.11 . -U
W UUI, s rt.
Iti'st .1 tar nUl- J Q Tliniiisa hmjiii lk 4
v Jolmuui, e.il.
br.Mkl maie-i V lilll. prem
J X Thoiua received a blue rlliUii, f..r a
niliilature sleiimlKMit. Tben ts'lng tioeom-
1 ill. u, 11.1 piviniiiui fl a.ir..-..
Personal. T.-p. BUUngsloj, of
the Union American, C. C. Boll,
Prwldeat and & O.' Randolph, Vice
President of JUbertson County As
sociation, were In attendance at the
Fair yesterday. ...";
How to Keep a Toww took
f iiriVi'no., An exchange suggests
the following plan to keep a town
from thriving. We invite the atten
tion of our readers to it :
If jro wish to keep a town from thriving,
ilnn'l nut no tnr mora hulliliiiir tlmn von
can conveniently occupy yourselves. If
you should accidentally have, an empty
dwelling and any one want to turn It auk
111 in nNitit three times the actual value for
It. Tiemnnd aHhyloclr. price fur evcryspot
of ground Ood linn given you stewardship
ovor. Turn a rold shoulder to every me
chanic or bualiuw nmn socking a homo
among you; I00R at every new wmrr
with n scowl. Ran down tho .work of ev
ery new workman. (Jo abroad for ware
rather than trade with those who seek todo
hnslnes In yonr midst. Fall to advertise
or In any way support your local paper, so
that Dcnple abroad may not know whether
any bnalnesa Is going on In your town or
not. Wrnp yourselves up with yonin-lvea.
ana cover yonnicive np won n com 01 1111
ncrvloiiAelfbtliricsN. There i no more ef
fectual way to retard the growth of a town
tiiun actions tiKo uiose enumeruiou.
The Banner of TnE South. This
excellent exponent of Southern lite
rature and Southern sentiment, Is !
itcd by Rev. A. J. Ryan, author of the
Southern Poems entitled "The Con
quered Banner," "Sword of Robert
15. Lee," "Prayer of the South," etc.
A very interesting and pleasantly
written story -"The Earls of Suther
land" from the pen of a talented
lady of Georgia, Is now being pub
lished In 77ie Banner. , ,
This journal Is published at Augus
ta, On., by L. T. Bloome A Co., at
$3 per annum.
Katie, Katie, did you nay t
Ah, I see 'Us Kntie May,
Tied with ribbons to the chair.
Idly gazing here and there,
Eating thumb and finger bare,
Morning roses not so sweet,
As thy little mouth so neat,
Tou little cherub fair,
Tbe river continues to full slowly, with
4' i feet on Hnrpelh Hhonls.
Ilnvnnnn passed down yesterday for Cin
cinnati with ft very good trip.
Tyrone left nn time Wednesday morning
for Culm. She will pass np on Hunduy.
Alpha, for Cairo, left this morning nt 8 A.
nu Klie had n fair trip of freight and pnv
F.lln Hughes passed np Wednesday night,
twelve hours nbaad of time. Ilerngcnts at
Puduoah represented to her that a party of
twenty-firs person would come up on her
to Clarksvllle, provided sho would leave
Culro twelve hours nhend of time. On her
arrival at Paducah, the snd discovery was
made that the whole party had taken pas
sage on tho Quickstep for Kvaiisvtllc, to
bear onr next Vlco President, fjen. Frank
llliilr, hold forth to tho IVmocrncy of the
Tlio Rolsrt Moore left Cincinnati on yes
terday for the Cumberland river. Khe will
have nn trouble In getting up.
The Cmplre Is laying up at Nashville, re
eelvlngii new cont of pnlnt. TheTallsmun,
Just from the marine ways nt Pudwah,
jmuumn! up Monday night. Opted! 4rlrong
snyssho Is In splendid order,' HhewHKrnrt
In the Culro tiudc about the 1st of Novem
ber. . , . ; 1 ., , '
There has been n considerable advance In
frelghls to New York during lhe past week:
Flour to New York, all rail 70
" " " ' river nnd rail 1
Tobacco " " nil rail K1
" ' " river nnd rail Ml
There has been 110 material clmhgn in
rales lo New Orleans since nnr last Issue.
Rates about thosiiine from Cincinnati as
our last limitations.
LOWEST PRICE !
The WILLC0X k GIBBS
-I t be-
Best Sewing Machine in
th3 World !
And la told al I.es Price I linn any
other t'irttt-t'lnaa New tng Maclilair,
It ilois not rcoulrc hut ON li cloth plnle for
all kiuils of goods, anil that oueiloes
not iviimrw to lie taken oil
to oil lhe Mai lilne.
It makes but one stitch that one the
Hlroiiacst known therefore requires
lis machinery and Is moro
vtislty learned than any
It never "dnis" nor "skips" a stitch. It
never get tint of order.
We liuike a liberal discount to Clergymen
und Charitable Institutions,
(lenenil P. K. t.r.K, writing under date of
Jauuiiry Ijlh, lis, says:
"II tlmitlt tnrrhnnUm, nnd Itin rriurrlmre
my ilmqih'Tt hinrhnj Ih mtrntllno il.miilr
lhe Wl.COX .1- IJUtltX Hwiuu Mut-hlnt a
great aixjrilt' li my amity."
This statement. It will be observed. I
mnile iiimiii 'xMirlenee.H Oenerul Lee
had bixl tlie innehlne S years.
Cnll andexamlneiill thedlffcri'nl stitches
mndo by Hi wlng Mai lilnes, at onr office.
Al.Mrt CO., (h-n. Afrcnts.
Office at P. II. Purler's Furniture sii.ro.
( liirUKVille, Tenn.
Local nnd Traveling Ageiils wauled.
On the 1st lust., at the residence of the
bride' fattier, bv the Itev. J. II. Itevnolils.
Mr. It. K. I'uunr la Mis t osnr C. Can-
1.I1JIK iHiiu of Hit county.
The wild gnaclle la caught at Inst,
Mi Cushy lunke iirrender,
Trusting that the victor will prove
Iter Blanch defcudur.
O may their sky bo always bright,
And naught to Interrupt them,
Rlnco Bciinle ho obtained the prlio
He' long but u looking up to,
On the 1st nat bv Itev. Wellborn Moo
ney, Mr. Ciiaiii.ks It mm to Mis JugfJU.Ng
HKKima-iill pf till cily.
On the 1st In)., bv Itev, Newton Ijirkln,
lr. J. T. 01. leu r lo Hkm I'lrriKOiuMin
all of Ibi 1 null 1 y.
In I.oulnvllle. Iff., mi tha 2Nlh nil bv
TtMV. A. T K,..,l.ll,.u f . U'u I i
Mis Joll-NXlk iluo'wg, lKlh id IbU oily,
At the Fldscoiml ebureh. on the 1st Inst
"x liev. rosiuip
liilulr.l, Mr. foi.K U.
Joiiasos, 10 Ula KmmA ItoliH, Isjth of
Killebiew-smcdSiiiuuthund 14 day. '
A little flower, not rudelv nlii..L..,t i.i.i I
gently, lovingly, by sngel h.,n U tr.m-!
pbiul.il in lb .nr;n)lM- of ,.i.. I
rS piS CI -A-1-. 3SOXICISS.
PBOORCSSI PERrr.CTIOSf !-
Wheeler WllaoU Hewing Machine, With
w, allont feed pnt tei n of IMS. No Im
provement hna been msiteklhco It wit In
vented, to compare with the silent feed. In
alnvpllclty of arrangement, thorougneas of
construction and working capacity, with
their combined feature of simplicity, du
rability and capability, the Wheeler A Wil
son now standi the highest as a noiseless
macblno. Call and see them at ofllce ou
Franklin street. N. F. 1IOOD, Ag'U
Oct. S, '(W-itw
FOIl n.tl.E, CHEAP. A second bund
SPRING WAOON, with a splendid new
top and good harness ; or the wagon will be
old wlthont either tho top or harness.
Call and aco It, at Rruokman's Buggy Re
ADAMS A CO.
Oct. (, 18o4-tf
rnmim-Wt especially rail tho atten
tion of the public to onr JtmH-rntnf
fmrt rump, suitable for wel Is, cisterns, Ac
We ask aU to coll and examine our stock
and prices, feeling assured we arc prepared
to sutury nil. Respectfully,
Fox A Sjutii.
Oct. , IW-tf.
Walk In the I.IB-ht.-rall at Fox A
Hmtth's and buy a good Lantern. Large
stock and soma new styles. Also, Chil
dren's Wagons, Curta and Hobby Horses,
Clothes Baskets and cheap, good cutlery at
Fox A Hmith's
Oct. 9, '88-Sw.
Hpatrtsmaa'a Iellgil. A fine Breech
Loading Bbot Gun, such as may he seen at
Fox A Smith's.
OcU , C8-3W.
F.SOl.tsiI FKMAi.x Bitteks. To use the
expression of druggists, the sales of this
mcdlctce are truly wonderful nnd the ef
fects are astonishing. Tornado like, it
sweeps everything liefore It, and at once
commands the confidence and esteem of
physicians, druggists and the public It Is
used and highly recommended by the med-1
leal fraternity, and sickly females, old and
young, are giving It their hearty approval.
Those who are anflering with any form of
female complaint should lose nn time In
procuring a bottle of this valuable medi
cine. It restores health and beauty to the
pule nnd wan girt of sixteen, Imparts vig
or, youthfulneas and buoyancy to the frail
desponding mother of forty, and composes
Invigorates and Bool he In old ago. Bee
udvcrtlsomont headed "Oreut. Bouthorn
For sale by Thomas Flnley.
Oct. 2, 118-1 w
W. HI.Dl'.n AN hns his store completely
filled up with a choleo selection of Dry
(foods, Clothing, etc., and defies coiniHtl
tlon In prices. Cull and examine.
Oct. 2, 118-11
COHINU toil THE FAIR!
Call st Bam Brookman's Repository nnd
exam hie tho largo shipment of Hayes'
Buggies, gotten up by the manufacturer
expressly for the Fair, Including their Piik
Miuat BunoiES.' Come on, you young
bloods. We are ready for you.
October S, l(W8-ltn
ToTUKCtTIZFySOP Cl.AHKBVIl.LK. It la
represented to mo that there Is a strong,
desire on the part of the voters of our city 1
to- have a candidate- for the mayoralty j
thereof who wilt serve when denied ; and
which opinion I entertain. 'vf t,.r
Ilnvliig been so often urged to Is-Come a
caudidute for Mayor, nnd this pressure be
ing so constant und from nil sides, and In
sisted upon by so many, I have lieen forced
reluctantly to yield. To avoid farther so
HcltuMblu, Slid with thd lntentlos.if elect
ed, honestly, nnd .faithfully to serve and
promote (he beat Interest of uiirclty, I nn
nounco myself a enndldate for Mayor. . . ,
Sept.. i '(M-lt,,. . . ... , ,
JOIIX MIIRUUTN has n large lot of
Hash, llllnds, Doors, Frami-s, etc.. on hand,
aud Is fully prepared to do work lu hlu Una
promptly und In good style, ' , '
Htpu IHiW-lt .
Jnst Received. Anotlu r lot of the
HodUy Wmf; mndo In Yheellng, Vs.,
for 1- rt. llniNUllL-liST Jt Co.
fSi-jit. 2-"), 'Wt-2w.
Notice te Wbolesnle Dealers, If you
want good as cheap as they can he bought
in any market this side of New York, cnll
on Win. Ilrondilus & Co., where you will
And a good stock us low 11 the lowest.
Hep 18, l!M-tf
Tor the fall aaul Winter Trade.
J. M. It ICR has Just returned from the Kant
with a splendid stock of Full and Winter
t ioods, bought for cash, which we ore offer
ing very low. Cull and sec us.
WM. DltO.VPDl'a CO.
The Roil Icy Wagon Is making tor it
self the best nputation of any work ever
sold In thlscouatry. We refer the public to
those who are using this work, Including
some of the oldest teamitersln the city aud
surrounding country. Ml I lhe llghlnl
rlf (! mm. Made In Wheeling,
at F.. 8. ItuiKUUl'RsT & Cu's.
Kept. 11, lsns-tr.
?to -ure No Pay. Forrest's JuulerTar
is warranted to cure Cough, Cold, Hoarse.
lie, Croup, Throat and I. ling IMaeaaes, or
tile price positively refunded. Insiiuitane
ous relief proilucoil. Try It; If not satis
fied, return the empty bottle and get your
money back. Price, 3i cent ier libttlo.
Hold wholesule nnd retail, bv
H. 11. HTEWAUT.
Wept, llth '6S-.H11.
WHAT'H orTT-Why nuinlx-rless old
rope clothes lines, rolling In this dump
weather. Now there I no reason for 11,1 i
nor (allow us to any) ,10 sense In It, when
you mn, for a Very small suns, procure s
WHITE WIRE LOT II I at I.IKE that
will last you as long as you live, aud will
prove thu greatest Couveulcucu you ver
n. in.- - .
They will not rust.
. They will uot dirly the clnthcs.
Tliu clothe will not freece to thorn.
In short they ure the very thing.
Wo warrant nil this. Call and buy ono,
. C. ii. MOimiKO.V A (X)'H.
JONl'Jt A IIUMK,
. Agent for tho iiiiuiulucturers.
GKXERU JIKWsnPKK AtiKXCIl
.TISO. AV. FAXON,
NOHTIIKKN HANK OF TF.NNEHSKU.
U the aiilholised Agent for the
Umlavlllc Courier, Ibiberlson Ihwlsler,
Louisville Journal, ItiiKsi llvllle llarald,
MttsliMlle Itauuer, Is. low' llcvlcw,
In Inn & liikpiiieh, and the
" Oaselte, iluniier of thrRknith,
edited by Father A brum llvm,. author of
the "Conquered llunner," Ac, and I'oet
ijturuiua 01 the noutli,
atutiaotlpllfslis forwanhsl free 0 charge
1 , ti,, amim . ... .. I. .. k L
ea ateomimnletlly Ihtauh.
juiy a, on-,nii.
Ileerl Ileeril-.Ni.t 111 same s.H f of IheJ
ructvu.1 HiMiebman, Hook, but nsil nice cut
rom Uis wvll atiusl lm ( wttl of mislern
Hme, kept for aula al lhe cliy. msrkt4
liou, iia-iu-r ktiowu as chicken eunpi, ev-
arketcull at my tall and supply your-
selvra with soiu. iliuig Hut will do to thaw.
, , .,, , . , T-M. McM.tMS.
.piii ;i, i. i.
NEW 1 I It 1
- - -
H O. Keetseo &. Co.
Cement, House-mrntshtng Hoods, lumps,
Plows.Oorn Ishellers, RtrnwCnttrs, Lentil-
era, Wagon and
Bnggy Tlmtjers, Horse
Miioea and Nails,
Anvils, vises, nellows.
Htocksnnd l)h, Hummers, Hatchets, Files.
Carpenters', Coopers' llliieksiiiltha' and
........ ..i.ir-, .., mi.wn,
Chairs IjH!ks and Hinges,,
In other words, we kivp goods almost In
numerable, which we will sell at lowest
cash prices, - -
and the Patent Iron Double
Tbe Grand Prairie Washing:
ma, Moore & to.
Sept. 11, ISSS-tf.
ICRTOS, EROS, k (0.,
Brushes of all kinds,
Domestic Liquid Dyes,
And all articles neces
sary or useful in the Sick
itoom. - -
Wc fire mivlnj fresh rupi'lies, everv
wek, and prepared to furnisli any quan
tities the tunrket limy demaud,
. AT VEKI LOW PRICES.
We call tlio sttenlion of Contractors
DuildeisAiid I'sintvri, to our large Hock ol
W HITE r 13 A. I ,
and Window (JlnM, and all articles In the
way of Painters' material, which we arc
celling nt n small advance oh maunn
faclurvr' prices. . Orders from fihysician:
promptly filled, st tlio sign of the "llirl
Uold l'cn,'' Franklin t.,ULAUKSVILL,E
August 10, 1BH7-II. f
HATS and CAPS
WU.-1.VT ALU AST.
SHIRTS AND DKAWER8 !
iim. w. v;
1 eelvlnir. dirts't from the Isst llllllllll'lll'
toilesln the UniUsl Htutes, the best slock of
Boots. Shoes. 5cc.
lie has ever offered the poldle. Kspeelal at
tcmion has Ijci'ii ulven 10 theiiualfty of the
ifooits.Hiid b I ftillveonMtk..ll UuitMitlsfac
lion will lx given in till particular. In
prbS's none shall lie cheaper.
I have this season iiuele a spcciulty In
and Invite a 11 examination of my stock.
iy HIIH'K 01 .
' . ' i . 1 '. r ; I
in full. I have a very fine stock of '
GEMS' LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS,
cheaper tliau the market. ,
A call front buyers I ivspcetfully solicited
before making their purcTuuMW.
W. W. VALLIANT.
Hept. II, Ksls-gin. ,
"W. "W. BRADLEY
Wiiri.n itKxPKri'Kri.i.i.Y inkhiim
tho citlien ufl'lurksvilleaiid vlolul
li , thai lm ha Jlu.TojK liisl,alli dill
An entirely new and fresh stock of good,
Dry Goods, Boots. Sliocs,
HATS AJID KOTIOXiS.'
. , , r - . .
Which will 1st sold lo thu trade a ehcAp as
they call bo UuUglltlJ WlKlii lu the bUlc.
A gentliiman wi and favorably known to
the tconn of this aud adlolniiia wuinli.
sn employed, and Wfiuld lai piea'4
wih!:WeS:K.7.' .iisiClarksvlile Insurance Agcnrj
view o, uuying goons, woum no well tocafi
anil examine my atorli.a I fl satUflid I
mn give natlsfuvllon in prlco. j
W. W. BRAHI.I V '
l.irW- Hie, Trim.. i-ri. Ph ii '
:i t I rt I : I c r Vir
rffucwfili nnccssiBir tramn
mart hes enftbd ttdfty a ficart
that but a few days ago beat
Pita rat" with fund bones
fAI til' fnflllro l tnJlAT 'ullll
10" lulUrf, IS IW-aHJ BllII
Look back and contemplate
what Umc has done for others
and remember what It has In
store for you, I and everybody
else; then nsk yourself the
question, What would become
of w ife, children and the good
old folks, If my cheeks were
demanded by the doorkeeper
of the next world? Have you
secured to them, In tho event
of your untimely decease, a
portion of the financial value
of your life through the niedl
um of a
Id tho language, of Davy Crot-lcit,
"Bo sure you nro right, then go
And when you hare procured a
Poliey in' the -f ! ! ' ' '
, OP NEW YORK,
this much you have accomplished.
Kcmeuujer Che name, ana get no
other. . .. , ;i ' .,, 1,,
The NORTH AMERICA
Is Liberal, Mutual, Just !
C. II. JONES, Agent.
Dr. J. U. MALL0KY, F. W1XSHIP and
SAMl'EL J, TAILOR, Solicitors.
And since yo'ir house might burn
down, insure thut I -
The most successful merchants,
best business men, and our thrifty
farmers, are the largest patrons of
Insurance. ,Thcy tuke no risks that
responsible monied institutions will
assume at an equitable rate. It is
important to know where to go for
the reliable article, consequently this
notice directing you to the
C- II. JONES.
Capital represented, more than
(Observe that no ocean rolls between
you and their money.)
NORTn AMERICA LIFE IN
SURANCE COMPANY, f ,Nw
JKTNA FIRE, of Hartford.
HOME INSURANCE COMPA
NY, of Now Haven.
ENTERPRISE IN. COMPT, of
STATE INS. COMPT, of Nuh
TENNESSEE MARINE AND
FIRE INS. COMPT, of Nashville.
TRAVELERS' Ml fi AND AC
CIDENT . INS.. COMPT, of Hart
ford, Coua. j.;
When you want Life, Fire,
Marine or Accident
Muke no cuhtracti Icfoie teeing
' Ky. II.'.TONKH.
LoMses Eqaltably AdJuM.ci. and
; t , j rroupti jr Paid.;, r , nair ih is. r -
Constitutional Monarch I
i . ' .', ;
f.TIils was the flrit Agency CS- Which purlAia the Btoed. oure HctaAiIb.
. . Hklu lnaea, tiianiilar Hwalliiig, avslil
ta bl II bed aftOT lllO COUIUienccniSOt til, lltlc An.sll.ms. old t'leeraaud Uurea. H"ll.
or o. 11. sjoivtcw.
J4D 11, ies-i
, jx ii
riMIKKE ritF.PARATIONS ARH TIHT
ana west, anil irom me goinen opinions,
nicy nave won irom ine mcnieai wroiea
sion, the press and I be public, and the un
precedented demand and universal otls
i'actlou given, they have lnuiuHllntuly lie
como tho . .......
landnd Jledlclnca f lhe Af'
Dclng Drenared by the mwlleal nrofes-
slou, and dlvralisl of all secrecy, pliyst
cmn m nil oireciion are prescrioing mem
In their practice with the most nl laluclory
The editor of the Columbus (Miss.) ftentl-
"We have had occasion to use several of
the firm lannlhrrn Preparations In
our family, and la every lnlunou they gave
Tho Memphis dally ppcnl says
"The superiority of the Areaf MwSj
era Prrnarathnis I acknowleiluetl by
all who have tested tliem, and we cheer'
fully recommend them lo our friends
throughout the country."
The Memphis Public Ledgers)-:
"The Grat Konthcrst Prcpnratlimit
are prepurisl and ottered by stauimh 1'hysl
ciana nt our city, whom we know: tliels
ItemtHlkM give sallslaetlon, and Wo cheer
fully reeommend them as So. 1 Family
The Hrandon (Mlaa.) Republican sayst
"The dresrf Hsatkcrn PrCnaraflona-
re prapared by eminent phy
ell well in our uildsw" -
YOUR SICK WIFE
I rapidly sinking to an early crave. Ror
eyes aro growing dim and her cheeks arc
la-coming pale, her s rsuial charms an
tailing, ami ne la leas talkative; her whole
framo Is feeble, emaciated and nervous:
the least exercise causes short breathiiui.
Hilda palpitating heart; slio hua So apas
tlte, her head aches, her feet and bauds are
constantly eolili h Is rest lees, usrvous
nuu every luuig iu.
all to give rUal,
Do you know what's the matter with
. v.... v nrts ,
Who Vf thns afflicted T Ask her If she la
troubled with any complaint pecnllar tn
her aex, Ask her If she Is troubled with
isiinful, suppressed or Irregular Monthly
I'erliMls: If nhelnw foeorrboea or White.
rhlorosis or Oracn MlckiMwa, Knlllng of the
womo, or any 01 inose disease prouueeu
by Irteguuur action of the Womb, .
a 1 ; . -..(;
English Female Bitters!
Will Immediately arouse nnd restore her lo
Phvslelans all over the eonnlrv are He.
lighted with the eireel of IL We hold
buudreds of letters simllurto the follow
ing: Extract from the JInouu (Miss.) Dencon.
"From tho nnnreccceiited nla and de
mand ror the KHgllata female Hlttcra
hen, and the entire aatislnetlnn ulven. we
earnestly recommend then to all of onr
Mr. F. C. Slnclnfr, DcKulb, Miss., says:
"Three of our lhvlclnli are nslnir vmir
lleiuislle In their nrinttliv. nttu of ulimn
any there Is no f ferine Tnntc eusl to
juui 1.11,11,11 rrmiv aimcra.
Messrs. rnrjientur A Co., of llnxlehurst,
..linn., aiaj-csi, acvio, nay , . tl t
"The sale of your Enarllah Female lMf.
f era Is wonderful. WouU two doseu by ex.
prts, C. O. U."
' Rlson A. Nenl, of IlunUvllle AU., March,
"Please - forward hr express six dosen
.iigiisai r cninie niiiera. -
Tho Knullxh Female Tlltter I aceurntelv
and lienuilfiilly put nn in In roe bottle, ut
er bottle, or thriKi iMitlltsi for sauo
oneoottie lusting nisiut two weeks. Hhlp
ped to nil parts of the country on receipt
of price. Hold by all druggists.
By cleansing the Htomsch, amusing the
l.lvor, currying off nil bilious malter.and
uciuig a a iKiweriu, unii-jieriouic, tue
KING OF CHILLS,
At one dollar per bottle, I, to-day, lhe
boosted plyslchiii' combination tor the
cure of nil
II lorm of f 'bill a
and Fever, Neu-
rnlKlii, I'u in aud AebliiK of the llonea and
Jul nls, Hun I'aln, and all those omplaiuu
of n mulurlotia nature.
It never etlects the head, or nerve, can
lie administered to infanta, and 1 superior
10 utuiue tor iiiose u iseuac.
riUEII AKD PLAXTCKB
f Chllln for family ue, and are ili libUsl
with tia effect. If you do not wish your
A II Avar f lm iwilinrrv urn hnvlit. tits I Imv
Chill to return, till 1 I lie remedy. It I
prepared by Pbyalciana who have much
cxHr!eiico lu the treuUneut of malarious
aisensm, am,, as mis remeny never la, la in
private pnuii, it , counaeuuy reeom-
meniiei, a a iHlinani preparation.
Put un In larue bottle
lit 1 1.1
Ui, orlx ImiI
1 of the coun
tie fur S.MO. Isent to all luirt of the couu-
try ou receipt of price,
Hold by all drug.
J. P. IinOMOOOI.K A CO.,
Proprietor, ilciuplil, Teuuessoe,
Have You a Cough ?
I'sa AmygdallB Pectoral.
Have you any disease of the hungsr
L'c Aniygilullu Pectoral.
Have you Pleurisy or IlronehltusT
Use Amygdullii Pectoral.
nave you i roup or iiisipiug 1 ougu t
L'se Auiygdnllu l'otoil.
The rettht snd lsl t'oiigh Hvru
I Amygihilin Poctnral.
The luothcr'scheiinCouuh Hyrnu
Is Amygijiillu Pectorul
Tho children' favorite
, . . . 1 1 AinygitaUn PeetoruL
For fain II v use.aaa nowcrful exitcctorant
easing hi1ii and causing leep, it liu ,10
rice, 31,70. Hold by all druggist.
.f. P. IiltOMfKKH.K A CO.,
Proprietor, Meiuplds, TeiinrsMS,
HTO!, OLD IA!
You nuod not grunt any longer. You can
U cured rtubt Tiwuy. Your Kldmrs and
llludder liuvs beeu annoying you long
KITKACT BKAtt&GBttY AXD UUUU
Will cure yon of all that sintering. It will
relieve you of I'rlnury deposit, frciietil
insure aim UMUiiiiiy so urinsic, Mravei
ttKiit. Urn, my. Pain In ilia Ilwk.efrw'l
llsl.lts or" liUn.alli.il or early abuse.-
Ailiil.le.1 to old or young, male or female.
Prine Sl.Utl, or six bottle for SAISI. Wilp
IHsltoall parlRof the ciiimlry 011 receljit
of price. Hold by all druygist.
J. P. MtOMfHtOI.F. A CO.,
Pri'ili tors, Miinpiils, TuuiiesMe,
I'lia Maaiarcti Uuriniiwaiud of suiiliii
gia, rtaraaisirtilu, Iodide or Potash, which
are acknowledged the worn! over to be the
Is i WismI Puriuer known.
J. F.-'BROMGOOLE & CO.,
I'ar ! bf The, rialer, rtauklla
fcirtet, 1st kt llle, lius,
U 1. '4, J-viat
HURLEY'S AGUK TONIC!
PERFECTLY RELIVBLE I
Tutf only rerurdy for Chill slid revet sr
Ague snd Fever thai in or rati be dci-curM
iijwn 1 Ilarle 1 A g ne Tonic. Hn-rs Hgve btw
tlioimsnrtt cured by dung it- who ksd tneit'
no w nan
fntlfi 19 Htrtt tllT. AU who Ms
used it chcerluliy ti lIleiralHirtvd friends
of it ar s frtrc stnl cerisltt coir for 1 11III1 snd'
fcrW- orte isltcrinir frdrtt' ind' eUlllr
woSlif etinsult lliflr own iiilertst Ky rCiidina
to s dntg ttora snt- baying s bottle. It I
plrssnttt trf'rsWs, Ccrtipsrcd With rlllicts, SUit
will be erYllrla to curs all casrs of iVnr sniV
agtis of ehllta snd ft-rcr. 8?ud foe It li ttiw
POPILAU WORJI CASftif
Xt thlr I rrtUly s spcciFc fdr' worm, sm
tits bfl amd ( palatablt forth 16 give tu
children, It is not surprising Ibat it Is lull la'
king the place of all other ptriarliuns for
worm It being perfectly tasteltxavauy l uiii
will tak It.
JAMES RUDDLE k C0 rronrlclor
i' :s ft 1
file, Weakness, Iru
Want of action of the Llvrf.
OR DaSORDKRlil) STGilAfrT,
There sr no Uittrrt tbst can rotrtnurr .
with thefs In- removing thess tTig renfstf
complaint. For sale of ran be lisd st sr,
drug store tn the United States, or from lbs
proprietors. . JAUM.ULUULK CP.
1 ' Z,OUttVlllf, R.JT.
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD
Hurley's 6ar B.parilla ! :
Of all the nmrdics that bnve been difror
crcd during tbs prrsent age Cer the "1I1011-
nnd ills that Ssl i heir tn," none muni
this wondvilul prcparalion. Only ten years
hTselaied sines llio ilmcororcr (lin-iit
s decade in studying exurriaieals. aud
rt ting it) first intrudusrd It Is tlie pnblis,
and it la already lecogiiiicd by the most em
inent physicians in all parts of lbs country,
to be the moat surpriaing aud tRectlvs fuie
dy for crrlnin diacpea bf which tUry juva
All other; Compound er jnipa of this
root have liitkerto fsilrd lo remmasd lbs
soaotioa of the fiiculty, Imiif, oa btlag
testcil, they have been found te contain nox
ioMS ingredients wlilch neutrsllie the good
effects of the 8arsnpurilla, aud oftentimes in
jurs the health of tho psttsuh It is not to
wiUi Hurley a preparation.
This is ths pare snd genslas extract of Ibe
root, and will, on trial, be fuund te (fleet
certain and perfect rurs of lbs following
complaints aud diaesacs 1 .
Affections of the Bones, Habitual Coittreneat.
- Debility, Dlsrsscs of the Kidneys, Dyi
i ..' pcifsisEryslpslss, Female Irregular
lliia. Fistula, all akin diseases,
Llcer Complnint, Indiges
tion, Piles, l'ulruo
' ' ' Scrofula, or King's Erlt. . .
EXTRACT JAMAICA GINEER !
Use Jsmcs Roddln ft Co.'s Extract Ja
maica Qingsr, for all Hummer CouiplalnU,
Cholera, t'nini, lndlealion, tc. This il
pure fjinger, and cau be railed ou.
Notice to Mothers
ISFMI SOOTHING SYRUP !
Ws bare, by purchase of the origins! re
ceipt, become sole proprietors of this celebrss
ted Medicine. 1 Wt ssk 70a to gire it s trial
with aa aartiranrs thai you will In future
discs 1 all those nauseous and destructive
tuffs, such as l)atman's Drips, Godfrey's
Cordial, Dewee's alls I ure, fcc, combinations
of s past snd anti-progressive age, when It
was thought that tho more disgusilug the
mixture the better tbe medicine.
I'se iu ibe futtlrs only Ukasuoos's, s com
Wuation mille ui ilh lbs advancement of
the age. Pleasant to take, harmless In lis
scltuo, efliclcnt sud reliable in all cssvs. In.
valuable In the following diseases:
Summer Complaint, Irre gti'.nrN
lien of the Bowelri, RcsUve
ncsH, TccUiIuk, Ac
Gives beallh to Ibe child amif rett U the mollitr.
V could give any quantity of ttrtititstrs
bearing e-idinixs of it superior aaeliiirs,
but prefet that our medicine ahosld klssd oa
iu own uierits, which il will do epos trial.
Elixir of PyroiIiosiIia(e of Irou
This tlfgsnt ruiiibinnlion possesses sll ths
best tomc pruiicrlics of lieruvhtn balk and
. . . ...
Ifon, wtlbuul tiis diragrctbls last sua b4
cfl'icta of elllicr, scjairalcly or Is other prep.
eral cias. of
these vsluabls intsliciiws. It
should bo taken In all tasei when g grntls
luuie iuiprcsoion Is iuii,ircd slier (avules
rcure Iron, fr.vsss or other Oebilitaliug dis
eases, or in those distiessing isut-uilssiTits
M.i'iiliur 1.1. fi'Uiiilv. . Ko feiuuta sbuuld ba
of, aitliout it, if liable lo v 111 U disesrci, fur uoth
; (,, tun ( ,,Bte
English Horse Liniment
Has proven Itself ous of ti e best LluiwrnlS
made for Hpruius, KruUes, Ac, la all cases
wbsa tried hr either tnsa or beast, aa4 will
do all we claim fur it, Tiy s bottle, ssd s
artsutisftcd you will sever sftetwaras sss
JAULS KIDDLE k CO.,
To. .11, UullUt Htv't
For sals by H. Ii. Sliasrt, Tbos. rial
and L'trton Unw. I'lsrl triila, Teas..
Nor. I, Hv7-ly.