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The Wwkl.v Herald.
THl OI I KHI. I M.I Ill s.
M il BKCIMOJf.
We pnUi4l Um follow lug for I be
Im iu Mi o Ibwf w liu ! ml iiikI. i -I ;ui I
i in- Ian in -ui li raaee.
1. Any pefeou w bo lakev a :iimt
riiilnrlv limn tiM o-ti rtii i-, m In-tin i
(limited In hli wuiw as Mother t, r
whether be kai sulneribed r not it
ITr-pOlnlMll lor ia incut.
2. tt BBtrWH nlii hit aT ill
i (Jiiiiinn-d ; lie niti-t pur all iirn-iu Of
the iiulillaaen may ooutiutie to eend it
iiiitfl najntsettl U mitiii', ind then i-ht-i
the wkoh mmwI whether the pa
Ju l' la hlkM rrOM tin' oSBee or not.
S, 'I'lii- DMrta hiivi- iiicidrii tlmt r
Cnalna to take newspapers and perlodl
rail I roin tin- pwlMHra or rasaovina
ami leaivi tig then nm-alli-il far, I pri
ma hi if evidence of lutantlounl
HTXavi1 your money and liny your
hook ami stationery at the V. 0 Book-
TIio Gale Plow take- tlnm all down
in hard ground.
Si Rfll'lXI t JOBXSTOX,
A fi-w thorough bead Perkahire Pigs
for Mile. sY. I . I 'maw
.Inly IS, l- .
'rin- mated gnttte f base ball betwwi
tbe lluga ami R now itle Reds will take
jilaee sotftt Hwe next week.
Fortify Ilia body against disease i
purifying the Mood with Dr. BullV
HI I Mixture. Thai forearmed., yon
Mill not iir attacked by sickliest.
It rail ley oonnty cast 1,011 votes at the
election last Thursday. This is the
large! I'vcr polled In the eonnty. Who
Kaj'l we are not Uuproviugl
ah the candidate! have returned
from "Salt river" except Nortbrup anil
dreenlee. They went up the river 00
fur that they haven't had time to get
Wo told tbe Democrats all the time
that lloyl would take enough Mites oil
of Xorthup to defeat the latter. Now
they see we were right about it.
Trewhitt's majorities in (he ten coun
ties It 8,16(1. When w e estimated It at
2,000 H'eekjbefore ln-t we were laughed
Hi . Readei . the truth is, a a knew how
inticb it would Ih! all the time, hut was
juftt labamed to tell.
Elsewhere will he found a eiill fori,
Hcpubliean convention, to meet in this
plaee Saturday, August 17th, for the
pur nose of selecting delegates to the
State Convention, which meets in
S'aibvllle Aug. 83d.
ll. ). Springfield, of Ty tiers Station,
ha- been elected Sheriff of Hamilton
I'OUIIty. lie w as one of the lint men
that Rvor subscribed for the 111 i:l.D lii
thai section an I of course it congratulate-
him on his success.
l or (lie I.egislatiii-c.
Tho IIkhami st.'inds ready to an
nounce any one as a candidate for the
Legislature for the small sum of (15.00.
Now is your chance, come this way.
ilo. Hicks has (HM vote- in Bradley
county that belong to him. ami when
he can gel out enough candidates t.
divide up the other votes be is happy,
.lo. says he is going to I Hive the tenth
district made into a State so he can run
David Norton, -on of A. It. Norton.
cx-Reglster of this county, w as killed
.u huttanooga last Vhuraday by a ne
gro man. It seems that Norton W0
drinking and grig into a dispute with n
crowd of negroes ami w hile fighting
me ol tlicm another flapped np and
cut Norton' throat with a razor.
l'i i;scin.u . apt. .1.1. .Morgan, ot
the I'oHtolflcc Department! i- speudius,
a few week- with his family in this
Mr. John Bower, of Water Valley,
Miss., h spending a few weeks here
among his many friends ami relatives.
Attention of tho public Is called to
the fact thai Kick Kerr baa now in
connection with his fraafa meat market
ll full supply of family groceries, sin 1 1
as llaeoil, Meal, Flour, Tobaccos both
smoking ami chewing ( untiles, Crack
ers, cakes, ami in fact every tiling uc
nlly kepi in n family grocery itjorc.
lie further slates to Hie public, that
he has fresh beef every day killed that
morning. He solicit a liberal share of
Hon. Hall Oeuioiit, one of the load
ing ; Democrats of Ibis county, tnaile a
motion In the Domoeratle convention
last Monday to Instruct the delegates
to the state Convention to vote for
John II. Savage for (Jovernor; but the
chair ruled him out of order and put a
motion to adjourn. It was evident that
Ihreo-lourtlil of the crowd w as for Sav
age, but the convention feared such
We notice nn article In ie Chatta
nooga Independent setting forth the
"Sail river" new and Styling Mr.
Mayficld, "August Belmont MayfleM,"
Ac. A decent sense of propriety would
forbid the continuance of such election
eering tales; they were low enough
and sufficiently repulsive to any sense
of honor during the canvass, mid now
that It Is over they ought to stop. Mr.
Mayflold docs not own a bond nor nev
The reason why the tenth district vo
ted so strong for Jo. Hicks, Is accor
ding to Tom Prater beeaUMB the neigh
liors out there don't want anything
to do w ith him. They say when be is
ai home be is continually in a row w lib
all his neighbors and dogs and keep
up such a ftisa that they are determin
ed to keep him office till he starves to
llmitlord, liuntellor Trew
hill, Circuit Judge Kpeura,
The following U the remit ol tbe .In
dieial election by eon u tics:
cvaxcn4oa'i m immi u.
fM'ijliali hie, b.'l.
Bled mx', -tit.
Total, 2,009. Total, 1W7.
Bradford's majority in the district Is
i im i ir .it nor majoritim.
Mc.Miiin, 47. BUe.i, 20.
Hratne) , w. ii
Total, :t,44l. Total. 875.
'I'rew bltt's majority in district, :t,.li;ii
We were unahle to get Northrup's
ATTQRXKY ;r..Kit.u. BtjUOIUTnH.
Marion, iW. Itbea, ltW.
Ihuuillou, KM, Meigs, ft:s.
Bradley, 172. I'olk. Ml.
McMlun, '22."). Junies, 28.
Total, M0, Total. 1,1M.
Spear-' inajority in tbe district, 103.
These Hgurei are furpbdted otU
oialt If there is any chango we will
note it next week.
Tin- Vols of I'.i I'll. Count) .
The follow ing is the vote of ICadley
county at the electioi: of August 1st,
V B. Mayfiebl. 1.120; U . M. Brad
D. C. Trewhitt, 1,222; J. B. lloyl.
ii2a: S. B. Nortbrup. 170.
w. k. i". Mllborn, 1,037) A. t.
li. B. Hayes, 1,155; Isaac I.owe, 817.
R. W. Selvldge, 1,038; w. II. Currv,
cot ,t y CLXBK.
J. II. Rucker, 1,070; J. N. It. Luak,
A. J, White, 1,020; W. P. Lowery,
J. W. Hicks, 804; . M. Norman.
J13; Johfi Coilmau, M4; B. P, Green
Tbe Constables elected in tbe tow n
rtlstrlet are T. A. Hayes and Jeff.
Montgomery. E. J. Plrkle was elected
school Director for this district.
The partnership between stonew all
Rogers and my self is this day dissolved.
I w ill carry on the news business in
future at Hartdcgei'a clothing
Aug. 2ju1, 1078. Ed Habtdegkx,
"Be lure ami not forget when you
want hooks ami stationery to go to the
P. (). Book-tore at the postoflice only
bookstore in the city. School hooks of
all kinds as cheap as can he bough) in
Knoxvllle or Chattanooga.
Prof, (jwiu's school at l.lmestoue
number! now seventy-eight students
and still on the increase. If John can't
build up a good school no one need try.
The "wind-mill" kindly Informed
its readers w eek before last that Han.
LYewllttt could not be elected. "Won
der what it charges for its wisdom?
send around your bill.
DlKD Aug. 8, 187iS Mrs. Susan
Coulter, In the eightieth year of her
Mrs. Coulter was one of the oldest
ladii's in Cleveland and w as esteemed
by all who knew her. She h aves sev
eral relatives and many friends to
mourn her departure from this earth.
SjX'lliwj Booh only 10 cents at the
Post office Book Store.
That "Jim county" tale, that was
told on Trewhitt is what injured him
so In this county. Hud that been cir
culated on him two weeks earlier, bis
majority would have been one thousand
instead of live hundred and ninety-seven.
Wc have no inclination w hatever to
crow over Mr. HoyleV defeat. We ad
vocated Mr. Trewhitt's claim because
we thought him worthy of the position
and because we honestly thought Mr.
Hoyle bail held the position long
enough for any one man to have such
It Is a sad sight to see an intoxicated
person on the ItlOet, How much more
SO is it to SOe a dull and sickly Baby
rendered so by the use, of dnllgerons
opiates! Ir. Hull's Baby Byrup con
tains nothing injurious ami may be
(riven to tin- most delicate Baby. Price
If the Republicans bad stood true to
their colors Milburn would have been
elected Attorney General, as it wis
Spears inn behind his ticket at his
home and every where else but Meigs
swapped oft' Milburn for Trew hitt and
John C, Burchof Hobbs oomptroll-
er-hip notoriety refused to go Into the
Democratic primary election of David
son county as a candidate for Governor.
We hope tbe Democracy w ill nominate
some honett man and beat blin.
R. M. Bishop .v. o of Cincinnati,
the Urges) Grocery bouse in the West,
has failed. R. M. Bishop, of that firm,
Is Governor of Ohio.
The I. o. Bookstore has a full 11 !'
all kinds ol Book-, Slalcs, Ink, Paper.
Pencils, ami everything usually kepi
in a first-class bookstore. Cheap for
um 1 1 151
Dun, on Saturday, the 27th ln-t.,
ammi:, infant SOD Of 5j H- & K. J.
Popb.llll, aged P.) month-.
Thus another home has lieen darken
ed by tbe frhadow of death; another
form ha- pas-i-il away ami wc are call
ed to mourn the dear departed. But
oh ! it was only an Infant bud severed
from its parent item, am' Usussplsustad
hue, and ahaWld WSJ mourn when we
know that our lo-- U Its gain ; for .le.-u-batb
aid, "of Mich la tbe kingdom of
Heaven.'' Looking almie for consola
tion, we would bow ourselves in aob
lashm to His w ill. know log that all
thing- work together for good to those
that hue Him.
Ours the lots and not our darling;
Ours iIh- pain and hi- the joy:
Ours the mourning and the w eeping,
His the bllsa without allov.
A. L B.
Al there i- con-ideralile talk about
the National Bank of this plaot passing
out the Mexican dollars and raAuilUJ
to take them back without a discount,
we took il upon onr-i lve- yesterday to
enquire of Mr. Parker just bow it w as.
He informed us that the Bank had re
ci'ii i-d a few dollar of tbe Mexican
coin several mouths ago and had used
theM w hen they were passed and ta
ken by everybody dollar for dollar. A
couple of tnerchautile firms in ibis
place brought a inajority of tlie.se dollar-
here, but they don't disisomt them
for goods a- we understand, ff mxki
this stitement lu justloe to the Bank
The Bank should not bttVC lo bear the
blame of every thing.
Mr. Parker further informed us that
the Bank had ordered an amount of tin
Mexican dollars which they would sell
out at jnst w hat they cost.
In this is-ue will be found an adver
tisement of Chest U08 High School,
which opened Monday last under tin
siipcrvi-on of Prof. .1. G. Jones, Thb
Institution last year enrolled over one
tiiindreuVstudeuts, ami the Indications
are (bat at thi- sesilOH the number will
be largely Increased. Mr. Jones is ii
ib -l i ving young man and an excellent
teacher, and we Wish him and the
school much success.
One of our country cousins stepped
in Tuesday, ami on being asked if there
was anything we could do for him, hi
said: " Wal, I Heave not ; 1 was jist
lookUP fur Mr. . lie -aid he would
be here to have his tooth pulled." We
at once referred bird to Doe. Will, ('ar
son, and told him that was tho shop In
was hunling. We now give notice thai
we don't anybody else to take us foi
Hill Carson or this office for a tooth
carpenter shop. If they do they wil
hear a gnu go loose and a dog holler.
Ducktown affairs are unsettled yet,
no one either here or there leeniS t
know what isto bo the result of tin
failure of the company. All hope foi
the better but no one knows as yet foi
certain w bat will be done.
The l)i fi at of laaMM I.owe..
The defeat of Mr. Low e is not reallj
11 surprise to ll great many. There
considerable feeling against him in
ibis county on account of his past po
litical acts. Although he was nomina
ted by the Republican! this time, in
could not get near the support of tin
party. Two years ago he refused ti
come into the Republican convention
and chose to run an Independent raci
thus causing the Republican uominet
to be defeated. For this it seems thai
he has been made to suffer, The lead
ing Republicans throughout the county
voted ami worked against him on thai
account. Then again he depended
upon Democracy to help him which
they never do w hen they can do any
thing else. We supported Mr. I.owi
and would like to have seen hint elect
ed, but there is no use in crying over
The Klertloii in I'olk Count, .
The following are the county officers
elected in Polk county :
Sheriff, I. B. Brock.
Circuit Clerk, .las. H. Bible.
County Clerk, F. E. Liudlier.
Trustee, ti. It. Smith."
Register, w. w. Dodd.
We have hoard of the editor of th
Banner in conversation wanting to
know why certain Democrats "went
back" on Maytleld. Hill- not out ot
place we would like to know Why the
editor of the Banner talked for May
field on the streets and refused to sup
port li i in through his paper. Surely
be was not trying to play a two-faced
game in order to get legal advertisiufl
from whichever was elected. We
w ould also like to know how many ob
ligations tbe Democrats of this district
arc under to the Banner. If It ever
done us anything tuit harm we have
never heard of It.
Mary Mkdill, a comely wh
six-teen, was on Thursday of last week
stripped to the waist, tied to the Kli.a
beth (Va.) Court House whipping posl
and given twenty-five lashes with a
raw -hide, the natter of the cat-o'-ninetails
being a negro constable, big, burly
and accustomed to hard knocks. The
girl had stolen a pair of shoes. The
constable hardly touched in his strokes,
but it Is said that all concerned in the
whipping were miserable at tbe time,
only executing the taw under protest.
Whether the girl was white or black,
the spectacle must have been anything
but edifying. The. whipping post is a
relic of barbarism that finds favor only
ill Delaware and Virginia.
Alter (he EIccIIimi.
The election excitement is over at
lat and the people will have an op
port unity to look around them ard
see what has been neglected during
the time thej have been talking poli
ties and shaking hands with eiunli
dates. It will lie strange if it is not
found that a few doses of Hurt's
Anti billions Discovery or Hart's
'I real relief are needed,
An exchange ay-: "We siipiHiM'
many K-ople ihiok that the MVapqpar
men are Mrsseut dun.. Let ., farmer i
place blSXeatf in a similar jMisitlou and
SOS If he would not do the -aine. Sup-
poe he raised one tholtnaud bii-hel- of
w beat, ami his uelghUir should collie
and buy a bushel, abd the price w a a
matter of only tw o dollars or le-s, and
Uie ticlghlMir says, "1 will hau l you
the amount in a few days." As the
farmer did not want to Iw small almnt
the matter, he says, "All right," and
the man leave- wilh the w heat. Ano
ther conies In the same way, until the
OIH thousand bsSSheiC of wheat are
trusted out to one thousand different
portOOt, anil not one of tbe peraoos
usjwcarna klsaself akont tt, for it is a
-mall UstNtnl he owes the farmer, and
of course that w ould not help him acy.
lie does not realize that tbe farmer has
fritted away ail hU large crop of wheat
and that Its value is due him in a thou
sand little drible's, and that he is espe
cially cuibari asset! because his debtors
' 1, ,.L ., ..,..11 . i i , I 1 , i It,., If ..II I
...... a. ..." . . rmnil l, .. ..ll, ll till
would pay him promptly, which they
could do a well as not, it would be a
large amount to the farmer, ami enable
him to carry on lib business without
difficulty. The above comparison is
too true of the difficulties that the
nou sisnisiaisir Smsbm ,. , . aaioam sYaasm A u lil.
i ii armtveje i iiioii iitin iu Mn mm Mil.
J. (i. JONES, Principal.
'I'hi-lii-titution i- stasMrd trMway
between Benton and hatala, Bradley
Msraty, Tenii., n i ooaasannlty noted
for health, morality and educ.-itio i:.l
Tbe next SSSsshNI will Ih'Iu Monday,
August .tli. Is7i.
Tuition per Term of Twenty week-,
payable one-half in advance ' ami the
remainder at the close of the tir-t
First ClffW. 4 fK)
Second Class, t no
Third Oloso, 8 00
Contingent Foe (in ftdVMlCO), W)
Board cheap. DomltorleS free.
Course tkorongb, comprehensive and
practical, f or further particulars ad
dress the Principal, batata, Tetin.
Mrs. Oviatt L Leeper
lltiri'tlullv Mnmium r 10 Hk SSSMie lliat I0r
lm . n-i Iv.rivvil lUrir
SPUING k SUM3IER
S T O C 2-
..t l'.i.lil..nl.le Millliii rr iiil'. roiisi-ltirr l
Hals, Boaaete, DrMtTriM
niings, Ribbons, Laces,
and a full line of
N 0 T IONS.
ThfV have the Inrprnt, nin -t, nnd the .iii
Mm', i.f i he kimi iu i levi'imiii. laaauaata nml
11.: i- n uiisleleil niul ri'tiiniiiitslim the murt rsa.
smiahie tnni. uive Uassa aU wHhoel fail
View of Marriage !
it i rstJasf
Hbuu. tlc.i....' tf.'Ml PiMl". . . b H
&nmi r., TS4 ,-Msr. r.SjiO- .
A CLINICAL l.rf-TUSBi", i'i.bS wiel
dm, ,4ii" lirmli'-l I nni, C.-xtL,Huplur
tvTa.n-k Jfin-JM1 a n rrt't Mi' tkrr.,
Mi rlriMnl'i liu!.''. r li.iMlralnl. u
AA4-m UU. UUTTS, fc.lla' au,. lit Let, Ka
-. a aaa i
H tokUto ; tu.4 v I1L
Tr. AaDwin-arr. lyt'.i'T. Put-
hhmi icut ieciiimi.raioriiianir
Mdrw J.Sniui co.,St.J;uu, A.O.
J. T. DOUGLASS,
DC A I.Kit IX
StOTres Sz Tinware,
NOTICE TO BKIQBAXM,
CucvklsVp, Turn., June, isrs
r. LaVmjc. Express Ageut, la selling
tickets to all points Weatby tbe Most
Popular Boutes toTexaa ami ArkausM
way of Memphis and Little Rook to
he West by way Ol M. Louts & South-
astein Consolidated Rallroadi from
Nashville, also to Chicago, liy going
theM routes you will avoid those long
oinnibni changes ami everlasting chan
ging of ears, besides direct connection
ma the tie-t socoramodattons.
Smd your orders to.l. M. Crow for
Cane Mills and Evaporators, and if
you wish to pay it in Sorghum you
an do so. Alss be sure you see his
rain drill before you buy elsewhere,
and when you coine to towu be sure
Hid go to Wood's pump shop and see
the little Giant Engine at work. For
we know it will suit you. July 11, tf.
Also nil kinds of repairint; done. Cull and
see liia jiricea. DOV-8lj".
Ail Lndcnlable Truth.
You tles-erveto suffer, ami if you lead
i miserable, unsatisfactory life in this
tKMiUtiful w orld, it is entirely your own
fault nnd there is only one excuse for
.'on, your unreasonable prejudice and
dcoptleisill, which bis killed thousands.
Personal knowledge and COIDIUOIl
eu-e" reasoning will rooii show you
that Oreene's August Flower will cure
you of liver complaint 01 dyspepsia,
'.villi all its miserable effects, such as
itadache palpitation of the heart, sour
toinach. habitual OOStlvenesS, dizziness
if the head, nervous prostration, low
iplrtts, Ac. Its sales now reach every
own on the Western Continent and
lot a Druggist but w ill tell you of its
ivondeilu) cures. You can buy a sam
lie bottle for 10 cents. Three doses
ill relieve von.
J. . tlWI.
Corrected Weekly by
SURGUINE, JOHNSTON & CO,
Tho following are the quotations:
Cora white, Mlfe,
Wheat while, fur immediate ilelivory. TI
" i I'd. 41 to Si
Baeen atdca. r
" liiiilitor, t
Lanl iu e.ftiis, 7 c;
Klunr, ' jj.JS
Dried rmtt apples, 2
Ile-' a : jfl
i -I riieiniiK. in I lii' bah'.
Meek yarn, 100
Salt jilrr sin k, Virginia, 1 50
Oats per uiisaoi, tu i
urn meal. l.'i
rallow, per puiiu.l, Sv
lireen hluss per pound, r
iirv nines, nil
s eel I'ntatoen,
Irish Potatooa -new,
i. lover aesqNa,
( lover need Hitplinp,
Herd iti-" aoad best,
Blue (Jraai aoeil beat
lierninn Milli'l seed,
Uoee,SCi Dacka, lo; Turkeys. Be.
fcta per poiiiul
With Competent Assistants.
This Institution is situated 8)g miles
north of Georgetown, Uelgs county.
Tennessee, iu a healthy locality, ami
in the midst of a community noted for
industry, sobriety, intelligence and
morality. The next session will com
Tuesday, July 30tli, 1878.
BATES OF TUITIOX PEB 8KS8I0N OF FIVE
FIRST CLASS, 00
SECOND CLASS, 6 23
THIRD CLASS, 10 00
One-half of the tuition will be due at
the middle of the session, the remain
der at the close ot the session. A con
tingent fee of fifty cents foi incidental
expenses must be' paid ill advance.
No student will be admitted for a less
period of time than sixty days, and no
deduction w ill be made for lost time
except ill cases of protracted sickness.
BOARDING can be obtained in good
families nt W.00 per month and dormi
torlet will bo furnished to those free of
charge who w ish to board themselves,
For further particulars address the
Principal, or w. B. Brown, President
of the Boa nl.
.lust lees' lilank.
Justices1 Blanks for sale at this office
cheaper thau they can be bought in
tn OA per (in lit home. Samples worth
MS wVflfrec' tinson A CO., Portland,
InoludlnR 6hootinr. Outfit. - :
Evervflun Warranted. : .
Uopirlh, iloore U Uruokl at. Laak-l'SI
EC, 3s. COLLINS,
OFFICE IN OCOEK BOUSE,
o.-k iiii;m IVOTIl'E.
State of Tennessee Bradley County.
KfiLA DEAR1NO t THOMAS L,
DEAR1NG vs. IS A B K LLA J. LEAD
ER. The plstntlffk having snad the defendant for
Ifty-tlirooitollaradae d accunntsnd 1 1 1 - do.
fenihuit's propertr having been attached and
It appearing, that the defendant is a noo-real-ifn
t or has left the State otTctuieaaet su thai
the ordinary nrooeaa ot tho law can hot boaerv
il upon lu'i'. tt la therstore ordered that pubii-
,'jil imi lie iiiieli' fill" moro than six months in
kkki.v IlritAl.ii, it pnlilii' ncwsiiiiper pnli-
lc I'l.'imi. looiii'sHce, i-oi w I it k 'he
uppi'Hr hi'lciic nic in 01) onoo In
,nn s.'iuii'iiiiv. 1 11 e on uuy
iitake detenae in the plain
1 anal win ni' ii'inii'ii'ii.
Doe in i Uoveiand, this
isis- .1. l . TIPTON,
.1 V tor I! ( .
Lard, in cans,
90 to 1 00
I rl I
1m ih. It'll
of lT, Ills
IV... li CTironl
vl. I.I In III, li'.l'
nirM li.rr oilier.
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sodyalioulJ pi ilU book.
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OATES, WHITE & CO.,
Wh.ih'sali' Maniilai I niiTs ,it
and Jobbers in
Saddle Materials, etc.
All Orders will Receive Prompt
Attention At Prices thai Cannot
SO. 105 GA STREET,
May i.' Tx-v.
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far aUatsJ vaapiil. eallir.
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llaabaoa una all tllmrdir. bn nalit nn hy im
cfftiou iirt'ii'i. Any IiruitciKi Im.-tin-inun--dliil
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Oidum RftUlf. I W. B. But.lrc,
WktaibcUb. Gi'tcnc Co, lud.
T. C. KARNS, Principal Male
S. W. TINDELL, Principal
Miss Bessie McGhic, Teacher
John II. Parker, Treasurer.
Daring the past tern l'( students aees
enrolled. Fnll Term liepina AUl. bib,
IH7H. Course Of institution thorough and
Tuiiion per month $1.00; $1J0; 18.00
ami $3.01); pavuble One-third year In ad
vance, instrumental music and private les
sons in eoeal music each $25.00 per gcfsMon
Of fite months. No extra BhaiXS to Jlisa
feUhio's pupils tor class lessons in vocal
Hoard in families and rooms for those
wishing to hoard themselves can be had ai
Cleveland is a healthy, beautiful and will
locoted town. It contains churches of all
the leading denominations and oilers to stu
dents excellent social and literary advan
tages. For further particulars address either of
the Principals or "Cleveland Institute.''
i. S. CO WAS,
SMART T OEHMIG
Whiteside & Ewing,
HATS, CAPS, and.
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Kelly & Davenport,
ToToacco, Cigars, Szc,
Oct. 11, 77, tf.
MILLINERY & NOTIONS
On the South Side Public Square Oeocc
: ti :-
Having lust reoelved and opened a nnu itock
nt Uooils i iiiisistlng of Jllllliicry, iilion-. ,.i .,
II ATS, IIONNKTS, BIBBOftS, li; T11 Kits
FLOWEKS, IIOVS' and ISI'A NT-' II ATM.
HtlSlKHV, ll M I'.I in. . LACK BDIJ1NUS A
INHKftTloNH, HILK LACK NECK IV K Alt,
HUM 'S, l ults,l';TS, N A I'll 1 Ss. TOWICLINIl,
)lls Till. MM l. mis, UAUX)ONH AND
rniNUK. &o , Ac
A I. si i H ATs AND BONNKT8 CLKANKD,
RKMODKLED AND TUlMMKl) In ii I atyle
andal fair and reaaonablo prtiNW. Ralr Work
done on simrt notice.
JOHN S. LONG.
KM MA GRAY.
CLRVKLaNt), March Is, IIT8,
WHOLBSALB & RETAIL
Book Binders Memphis &
AND BLAN K BOO K MAN I'
SCHOOL AMi cqllbor
T EXT BO ICS
LAS0E STOCK OF WALL PAPER
HO, ION HAY M It I I I .
sepl ti, ii-lv.
L. C. XfiBIXGER, M a aukii
JK f lanotPnitllv cnmctl In llmac
Jhj j tlniea.btil It can ho uiaila in 3
Nf e montlia h) anj mic of cither
inanv imrt of Hi' ",,''t " who is willing tn ......
toaifllyat the eat"0) "'' tnwWi, tou r
reck m'i vmirow".lV"": v":l '"''.' 1 "'" heawai
from linn'ic over ii'-:'"- oaoail lvi your wliolg
ttm to work, or on.v '"," ,Pnre """" lal -hnvw
sienta who nr.' making oyer ISO nor itay.
AM who ongagS al once can waktl Bllllioy l.'isl.
At the urcMnl time moneyaannol ic mwieM
easih ami rapidly at nv ottier bnali is
coats' nothing lo trj tUeouainwa, Tonua amis
outfit free. Aittlroaa at oneo, It. HALMiTT
CO., Ptorttantl, Maine.
5000 old papers for sale at this of.
toe at 50 cents per hundred, The rery
thing for wrapping paper cheajier
than yon can buy it. elaewhere. U'
Bv virtue of an axoonllon laannl
I it. 'nit I oiirl ..f lli aillev I .mnl . 'I inn.' re
the case ol I he stale of 't'eunessee v s
Mnrelaml. 1 will
3011 the 90th rtay of July 1SV ;
at tin' ourt Uonaodoorln Clovolond, Tonnca"
see, sell to the hi rhesl liiihler, lor 1 11-I1, I lie fo.
low ing dlKiihotl land to-wlt.
Porta -live acreaof land altnateil In the Knttrth
Civil I'istriet ni Hradlc) County, 'IVnnnam'o
Shout 0 miles South ol Clovelanil ami Imiindoil
on the North BJ the la mis of Kmllll ; 011 the South
hv Mulky; on (he Kast lo thfl lailda of .t. I..
jonea and on tna Wrat by Roy! holng :m acres
oirihe Smith ii n i of an so sore Iraot nnd llanra
iviug Went of the Kaat Tennnaaeo, Irglnla anil
Qeorgla llall Itoad, Imlnotholiiicroaliorctoforu
oonveyedb) v II. tVltlnoltoto Jamea llarr-
lanrt lillil hi s.iiil .Moivlitml ami Wile tn I'olk
Parkiaon and,) anoa Mfllor. nr. too. M'tft
i, Mi lit. 1. Jl v V s, hi iiir.
This Jane IHth, IWH. In.
s m m r
P A s 8 K N t; E It s
St. Louis, Chicago,
Ami nil Points In
.rlransas V: Texas
Anil nil Points In tilt;
URIUT N O R;T II t. S I
By Taking the
To inaku close conilei-llon take the night TlUln
leaving Brtatol stTiM i. m, Knoxvllle am.
KllOXVllle to M' nn. 111 III IN Hours,
KnOXVllle to Bt, Louis in ,10 llcmrn,
Excursion Tiokets to Hot Hprlnge,
Ark., nt Bodnoed itiiti-s.
Through Cesehei from llrlato to Uttte Rook,
Through Slsenerafroni l.ynclthiirii to Momnlila,
V. It. Kl.ltlt. rns-eugei- Agent, Knnxvllla.
T. s. 11 A v ant, A 11 r S,Jleinnhla,Tonn
lAMHSU. QUtBt, li. V Agt., KeoKYllki.