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CHEMISTS Urkt nj 6th SU. 6T. L00I8, MO. ( ) MACHINE SHOP! CLEVELAND, TENN. D. E. Lawson, Prop. ALL Kisi's ani styi.k r tiiuksii- KKs, KOMTBMA KKAI'KKS UKPAIttKO. Mill Machinery a Spcialty. All Work (Jiinrnnti'iM. f.ivo in call nud Kiuuiinu our Work. Mm i. rs-iy. Restaurant Q S Baft Hut. - Kmy-r - j (iKO. HAIN, Agent, CLEVELAND. TUN X ESSE E. MEALS FURNISHED AT ALL Itoun "ml at all prion. BAKERS BREAD, (A EES, ROLLS, Raooa, I.nrd, S:mstipc. Kioiit, Oatibage, Pickkte, Meal, Flour, Coflee, Bexar, Batter, Cheese, Oysters, Flan of all kinds. Apples, Oranges, Lessons, Hock wheal Flour, Oraa berries. Mince Meat, Goooanuta, .1 i-llies. Citron, Currents, Candies, Tobacco, Cigar. In (act, erarytblni kept in a first-class Grocery Store, fail and sec me. 0. Bala Deo 3 6m, last Tens.. Va. it thu E. L To The East! Close connection is made for all East ern and Southwestern cities. IRovnid. Trip Ticket TO THE Spi Iiii? & Pleasure Resorts OF EAST TENNESSEE and VIRGINIA (hi Kule at tho principal stationc at Greatly Reduced Rates. MEMPHIS to BRISTOL WITHOUT CHANGE. Sleeping Cars run front Memphis with but one change to Lynch burg and Washington. TO THE WEST! Close connection is made for all ARKANSAS AND TEXAS points: A full set of first-class Emigrant Tickets on sale at the prin cipal stations. Day Coaches run between Rris tol and .Memphis WITHOUT CBAKOf. No SUNDAY DELAYS! DAOOAGE CHECKED THROl'dHl W R KERR, Passenger Agent, linoxville, Tenn. JAS R OGDEN, Gen'l Pass, Ag't, Knoxville, Tenn. T S DAVANT, Ass't. (Jen'l Pass. Agent, Memphis Tenn. J W SUTTON, Passenger Ag't Chattanooga, Tenn. 0 C McM 1 1 LI N, Ticket A gent, Chattanooga, Tenn. JOB PRINTING IX THE NEATEST STYLE AT THE HERALD JOB OFFICE. OFFICERS BLANKS LETTER IIKAUS, BILL HEADS, NOTE HEADS, CIRCULARS, ENVELOPES, POSTERS, CARDS, AND SHOW BILLS A SPECIALTY. OFFICE ON WEST SIDE OF PUBLIC SQUARE. W, S. Tipton, Proprietor, CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE. WHOLESALE MARKET. Curieetc Weakly 8UIK il'INE CO, Cleveland. Tenn. The following ;ire t!,- quotutiona: Corn; Wheat wliite, Wheat-red. Uacon shoulders, " hams, " sides, Lird, in new tin cans, Flour, from wagons, J In Iter choice yellow, M lower (radea, li Ey:y;s, Dried Applet, u 1'eaches, halves " " qaarten, Feathers new, geese, Beeswax. 4 4 Shirting by bale. Block Vain. Salt per sack, Oats per bushel, Corn meal, Tallow, per lb, Oreen hides, per lb, Dry hides. Stock Peas, Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes new, ( talons, per bushel, Chickens i;ross, Clover Seed red, Timothy Seed, Uerdfraas seed best, I Irchara Grass, Blue Grass Seed best, Geese, IJ; Ducks, 4; Turkeys LOCAL. 45 J 40 185 5 n i 'it H B50 18 15 10 4 6 5 4 so !l ll 145 35 45 5 ; VI 70 70 50 70 A 700 4410 P20 250 io:. -7 e. Atlanta Markets, Cai'ioetod by s:. T. & CO.. 0OMMISSI0 N M ERG 1 1 A N TS. Atlanta, Ga.. Jan. 10, 1880. Corn, Wheat white, " red, Oats, Bye, JK Barley, tion: Hay, Hour faiwy, " family, " extra,' Meal, Peas, Bacon shoulders, " hams, " Sides, Live Chickens, " Turluya, Dressed Chickens, Lard, in eanx, Butter, choice, Ggff, Jnions, bbl, Irish Potatoes, Feathers, Apples cs 150 d 1.55 67O0 100 80 31 5 128 v'i 7.21) 5l 6.75 5 00 (J5 90 08i lb'(20 8(S 9S 1820 16 800WO 2.00(a 215 r)0( 300 NEWS DEPOT S. J. Rogevfi having bouglit out the news business of J. E. Eiartdegen and having consoli lated it with his own, Las now m hand and WILL FURNISH ON THE SHORTEST POSSI BLE NOTICE, ALL KINDS OF BOOKS AND PERIODI CALS, NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES. Parties at a distance will ho fur inshod juices on application, and all BOOKS, MAGAZINES, PAPERS AC. sent by mail by Addressing 8. J. ROGERS. Clevelund, Tenn. Tlic Weeklies mul Monthlies will be muiid at Ogineitt'l Hook Store. Aug. 21-1 -y V, V. KKI.LY. J. P, COOI'K.K Hraii ly ajfMhsi toi l "liluer" are :ill to m il w ell tlnee the alooiii' aro elaaad. Federal eesMt I la aaaataa t Knee rlUa aritk tba aeeisi large crowd hj the ( hroiiiele. . Mae Uofutyre t iritittenl county ' ... ... it . c..iii..'i'....i... ,.r .1.1. liil., la iMinii; jiim .liiiiu u) .. pity. rjim itorai Otottanoaaja, IVaa. a letter freaa LWorado arittea ty a luRktoru man will I- foiuul iii thi i.me. Il gives a ,'uul1 dofcrliition of the aratl. ll curious all the saloons closeil ud. but aiaa draakaU Um game. They hail better anil mm!!! eg el the door knoh of tlio es-whiikcy taleoMS. KELLY & COOPER, DEALERS IX Fine Whiskies. Brandies, Champagne, Lager Beer, Wines SCC SSC- WlftSKlKS A JBANDIE9 FOR BIKUICAI. PURPOSES A BPEGIALTY. twy alo kCfp In etwk tlio UH qimlity 0 SMOKING A CHEWING rp o s -a. c c o . They btve Ijo li connpetion wltb tlielr hooaa Billiard & Fool Tables. Uur fl-ly. BOOTS & SHOES ! J. Sc. TATXtOStp K E R - . !, Tnl.lie t.hnt. he has AUimuuvra w ...v on Land a stock of tho best of lcat h er and is prepared to do all kinds ot woik in the lest of style and cheaper than can be done elsewhere. Fine and Fancy Uoote a specialty. 2 It-tf, The fare over the C. S. It. It. from Claelnnatl to Cbattaoooga a III ke only i-j.(hi. The fare before, na pasbTllle and Louisville was $lt.00. Lovers of honey will be ura tilled to learn that Dr. Ball's Cough Sy nip U n much sw eeter urtiele in w Intel nud naefa better for a oaajb. Mr. Pat Lay ne. who was assaulted hi Illinium street last week by mi- known parties, Is feat recovering ami will be able to attend to his business igain in a few llifi. The western bound mixed train was thrown from the track Saturday even ing a few miles below this city. A bro ken rail was supposed to have been the cause. An one hurt. P. C. Wilson's Glass Store, Chatta nooga, Tenn. Farmers and produce dealers w ill please remember that a special mission of the UtBALB ll tO five strictly reliable mar ket reports from Atlanta Cleveland tud Chattanooga. The young men that were so prompt to accent invitations Mom the ladic to attend their leap year party and sup per, w ill of course remember that a Minstrel troupe plays at the Opera House Saturday night. "No more LattdautM tor our babiea. All mothers unite in pronouncing Dr. Hull's Uubv Syrup the best soothing remedy now sold. It is free from opi ates Everything in Window Qlail and Glassware at Wilson I Mass Store, Chattanooga, Tenn. Considerable excitement w as caused Sunday by the report that Bill Crumlej had informed Jack Maples where he had bid the foods stolen from the diff erent parties during the summer. Par ties of from five to forty icaicbed the woods, but found no goods. However the hollow tree ihat Crumley sltpt in was found, Willi a few signs of broken llsbes. Our young painter friends, t'icero Stevenson and John Arwood have flu- shed up the store-room in McNclly's building 111 tip top Stylo. L is now one of the neatest finished and most tasty store rooms in the tow n. These young men are among the best of their profes sion, and we can cordially recommend them to till parties wanting anything done in their line. Glass only for cash only at Chatta nooga Glass Store. P. C. Wilson. Our young friend, J. II. Bible made his maiden law speech in court last week, in case of the State vs. Jack Ma pies. Jim's w as a good one, and so pro nounced by all that heard it. Who knows but that l'olk county may yol furnish a second Daniel Webster. Our young townsmen, Tom Mont gomery also made his maiden speech in the case of the State vs. John Carter on yesterday. Tom's effort.wai a good one, and he has a bright future before him. The young ladies of Chattanooga, says the Times, gave a leap year hop mil w hen they w ent to settle their bills they found that nil expenses had been paid by the boys, and now the girls are mad as w et hens and declare they w ill never give another leap year party. The result of the one In Cleveland last week was exactly the same, except when the girls went to settle their bills thev found them all unpaid. You see the Cleveland boys dld'nt want to make the girls nnL If a young man wants to know exact ly how popular he Is with the young ladles, just let him attend a "leap year" party. There is one thing about it however, a boy makes a beautiful "wall flower" then he finds out exact ly how the young ladies feel when they are made wall Bowers of. But we inns! give tUe Cleveland young ladies credit for tbe few number of "wall flowers" at their party Friday night and tor the nice supper, as well as their busi ness management of the affair. It was Indeed grand success and an enjoya ble affair generally. Cleveland Institute. T. e. EARNS, Principal; MISS M. M.MAYFIKLD, Assistant; Miss Bessie McGhlc, Music Teacher; Second Term begins Jan. ilith, 1SS0. Kales of Tuition per M.uith : First and Second tirades, fl 00 Third tirade, 1M Vnn ptli mill Fifth tirades. 1 oil Sixth and Seventh Tirades, 2 00 Rlvhth Grade and above. II (HI ' Incidental Fee. 60 cents per quarter. Hills paid quarterly. Pupils pay from the date of entering. and call enter at any time. To suit tlio "hard times," at the be ginning of the year, prlees w ero redu ced. This, with the present revival ol business, will make expenses light. New Is the time to educate the children. llMcrvrd Stat.. Ill the fuu. re, no one hut tbatS hold ing "rc-erved seat'' tleket at the Opeia II will be allowed to occupy Slleh seat. Ileiul of families buying ueh ticket for themselves w ill not be al low ed to arthur up seats for their chil dren unle uch children hold reserv ed seat tickets. Ituiuember this rule w ill be strictly complied with ill tie- future. VTaltu Paainwiwii Circuit I uui I. Hon. i. c. Ticwhiit, praam af. State vsJas. Maples, larceny, senten ced one year to penitentiary. Slate s Jack Maples, Jr., larceny, sentenced one ye.ir to penitentiary . Stale vs Jack Maples, Sr., I irceny, sentenced to county work house J inos, and penitentiary one year. Siate vs John Dixon, charged wilh arson, continued by defe ndent to next term. Wesley GaUM, giving away whiskey on election day. Acquitted. A. It. Potts vs J. N. and W. II. Hindi, order of sale. J. F. Johnston vs Lll.abeth John ston, divorce granted plaintiff. CnaS. BUItOU vs. Mary Iturton, dl voree granted plaintiff. Kelly 4 Cooper vs Rocker, dark, cost divided and license ordered Issued, but not to be need within 4 miles of a chartered school. Slate vs John Carter, Involuntary manslaughter, in killing of Warren Henderson, verdict rendered this mor ning, I years in the penitentiary, Write to tlie only exclusively Glass Store South. P.C. Wn.sos, Chattanooga, Tenn. Bradley county Is cursed w ith a lot of professional jurymen, w ho make it their business to hang around the courts to get on Juries, then hang the jury over night in order to get pay for it. It does look like our Shei ill s and and Constables ougbt to know these men by this time. Just such jurymen are a disgrace to the county and a heavy expense moreover they are not to he believed on oath. We have been seriously thinking for some time that if our oflleers don't leave them "off" we would give their names to the pub lic, in order that they may know exact u ho a e mean. Trigonal. Our old neighbor and tow nsman Ma jor Scott was on our streets yeteidav, looking as young and spry as though be carried the weight ol but two In stead of four score years. The old man being congratulated by all of his old friends, and when questioned as to the object Of his visit, he said he had w alked all the way from Grassy Valley expressly to lay in a stock of that Qreat Cough Remedy, Bynipbyx. He said he thought both he and his old w ile would7 nave been dead long ago, had It not been for Syinphyx, and that he had come himself to get the genuine article. Long may the old Major live. Duprei A Benedict's Minstrels w ill show here Saturday night. They are as good as travels and the indications arc, the Opera House will be crow ded. I'he Philadelphia Press pays them this compliment : DuprtaA Bencdct's Minstrels, who have always been great fa-orites in this city, opened for one w eek at the Chestnut Street Theater, last Monday evening to a large audience. They pre sented 17 artists in their parlor enter tainment, each of w hom is a soloist of high art. The performance by the troupe was of the very highes standard of minstrelsy. llalloon Aiccnslon. A mammoth balloon, about 20 feet in diameter nud from 30 to 40 feet in length, Will be sent up by some of our youngsters next Tuesday night, just at dark, and it is specially requested that parties throughout the surrounding country keep a look out for it and re port the direction and place it falls. It will carry about 6!) lbs weight. Ite port to this office. We acknow ledge the receipt from Dr I.C. Ayer & Co., of Lowell, Mass., of Acer's well-known Almanac for 1880 In English, French, German, Dutch, Vnrwmrlan. Sw edish. Spanish ami i or- o tugueae, the w hole forming a collection wall worth nretervatlon. mo puoii- cution of these carefully prepared and ... . . .M a. really valuable boots, at tne raie oi wh million copies per annum, all for gra tuitous circulation In all quarters of the globe, Is one of the marvels of this inurve lous aire. It takes eight months 0 print them, ut the rate of fifty thoui tand copies per day, and the pioductlon of them consumes nearly live hundred tons ot paper. The little annual is a welcome visitor at every fireside, and it lias, like tho M tndard medicine prepared by its pub lishers, the 1-si n ed confidence of the entire public. Th iusutt or stopping Paper. A certain man got mad at the editor and slopped his paper. The next week he sold all his corn at four cents below the market price; then his property was sold for taxes because he didn't read the Sheriff's roles; be lest $10 betting on Molllc McCarty ten days af ter Ten Broeck had won the rnce; he was arrerted and fined f8 for going hunting on Sunday, simply because he didn't know it was Sunday j and he paid 1300 for a lot forged notes that had been advertised two weeks and the public cautioned not to negotiate them, lie then paid a big Irishman with B foot like a derrick to kick him all way to the newspaper office, where he paid four years' subscription in ad vance, and made ' the editor sign an agreement to knock him down and rob him If he ever ordered his papar stop ped again. (ilass, PuTty, Uiamonds ami every thing in Glass and Glassware, at 1 C. Wilson's Clmtnuoog' Glass store. With tbe exception of Bradley coun ty nearly every county in the State publishes a statement of its financial condition every six mouths. This is a matter of g-eat importance to the peo ple and we hope the eouety court, at lib next regular session will consider the matter. The cost will be nothing ' us compared w lib its importance. We j have often been asked how our coun ty stood financially and have never been able to li u I any one that knows. l imn 1 in h 111, EMTOS DkJUU! The Freew ill Sun day School, situated in Ihe 10th civil dletrict of Bradley county, Is one of the best organized mid cocduetoil schools In Last Tennessee. It is a country school, yet il has a much larger atteu dunce than most town and citv schools It tins a regular attendance of about 130 scholars. M r. Jmiiic- llarle is Su perintendent nud deserves great prni.-e tor his good luaiiagclueut of said school, lie has a most excellent u-slstant, ML-s Pannla Julian, w ho Is one of Isest sin gers that 1 ever heard. In fact, 1 think she hat no equal in this part of the State, and with proper training, would make a star in the musical world. The fact Is, Ihe Freewill Sunday School de serves great praise for their good sing ing. A Visntu:. The Yarn Aliout thump I'rrguioin Columbia (Ky.) Spectator: There was ti gentlemen in town last week a ho lives lu Tennessee, and, hi speak ing of Champ Ferguson, he says there is not a pel sou living in Champ's old neighborhood who believes that he was executed ut Nashville. There was a negro hung in the prison lot the day that Champ w as to have been executed and it is the opinion of a number of persons who have made diligent search for u man or w oman who saw Champ hUCg, but fulled, that his wife paid lor his liberty and brought the negro to White county, Tenn., and buried hint. Mrs. Ferguson stayed over night at this gentleman's house (with the corpse) on her w ay home, and sho was called upon to open the coffin, as there were a number of persons present w ho wanted to see the dead outlaw, but sic refused, and sat up all night and watched. A few days after the burial, Mrs. Ferguson sold her farm and left the country and has never been heard of since. S. B. LOWE, Chattanooga, l-Va fs- , . , k Railroad A'ewa. Ralkiou, N. 0. Jan. 10 C. M. IfoGhee, Vice Presideut, and Com missioner of the Board of Directors of the East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad Company, has been in conference for several days, with the Governor, President Wilson, of the Western North Carolina Railroad and its Board of Directors. It is believed that this conference will re sult in securing an early connection over tho Western North Carolina Road with the Cinciuatti and Louis ville, as it has leaked out that arrange meuts have been made between the Louisville and Nashville and Knox ville and Ohio Roads for immediate connection at the State line north of Knoxville. Craigmiley Opera Mouse ONE NIGHT ONLY, SATURDAY, JAN. IT. CllAS. H. Dl'PBKX, Manager. EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUMKMENT, 38 years one Continued Triumph. Announcing the first appearance in this citv of Duprez & Benedict Famous Minstrels Ami lt.i ul Brant Uuntl 24 IN -M MHKH. 24 6 AOeoMPUSHBD voicfcto vocalists ti 18 iS HANI) I'ARADK. IS Ki IN PART riltsrr. 16 2 OKKAT BONO AMD DAMCK ABT18T8. 2 14 L'F.I.EBBATEl) MI SIC'IAMS. 14 1 BPaUMCjCa PfllMA DONNA. 1 4 COMICAL END MEN. 4 1 UKNOWNEh VOCAL qVlNTEITB, 1 5 i-OITLAH l'AMOl'S COMEDIANS. 5 1 KCOF.NTKIC PLEASING IIANJOIST. 1 1 60 IlltlLLlANT CLOU HTAKS. VAKIKD EEATt Itf.S l)V MERIT, !i0 Prudential Scalo of Family Prices Adopted : Tickets only 80, 86, 7a Cts. Reserved Seats sold at Hnrdwiok it Hall's without extra charge. Burglllne sells Bedstead at f2.25. 12-11 Sin. A. J. White and it. II. Fophain arc joint Agents for Ihe sale of Boydl Miu ature Galvanic Batteries, wont for the prevention and cure of diseases. Call on them for circulars. ll-20-3m. RslSoquont Tax Notice. On the 1st mouday in January next, at the court house door in Cleveland, Tennessee, I w ill offer for public sale, the real estate belonging to delinquent, tax payers which real estate can he seen on my Books In my office. 12-4 4t A. J. Whiik, Trustee. ffOIf-BMIDKVT NOTICE. Miranda Hosier,) Bill of divorce in the vs. - Chancery Court at Alex. Holier. Cleveland Tennessee In the above stated course It appears from the original bill which ll sworn to that the defeitdent Alexander Hosier is a non-reildent of the state of ren neiiee, to that the ordinary process ol law cannot be served Oil him. It ll threfore ordered that publication be niade In Cleveland HaaAtn. "'; paper published in Cleveland, Bradley CountS. Tennessee, for four weeks. o-lvlngaald defomlenl notice to appear at aObar.cery court to be held at the court house in Cleveland Tenn., on the 4th Monday of Fed ruary no jtt and an- swer the allegations in said bill or it will be taken as confessed and set lot hearing ex porte as to him. W. II. Mi K amy, A M. J. W. RaMSCY, Atl'.v. pf. foaWW Wholesale and Retail Dealer in PKI ev BAB IKON, I BRIDGE A TRESTLE BOLTS, RON ORE, RAILROAD SWITCH LOCKS, LANE & HODLKY'S ENGINES FIBE BRICK AMD CUPULA LIM- 19108. PUBXACE URARTUS, B08IIE8 AXD I.IMNtiS. DEFERENTIAL PULLET BLOCKS URIXD8TOXE8, ROOFING TILE AXD BE TVER PIPE. RAILROAD SPIKES. LIGHT RAIL. FISH PLATE AXD BOLTS . WIBE DOPE. FOUNDRY, COK E AXD BLA K I SMITH COAL. COUBTLAND WAGONS AND BUGGIES. IGOKK AXD CHARCOAL PORKBi Nov. 1 fin. AM) BOILERS. SAW AND GRIST MILLS. NAILS AND SPIKES. BLACK DIAMOND STEEL HOWE'S SCALES. INGOT COPPER. ANTIMi INY. SPELTER BLOCK TIN, BABBITT METAL. PIG AND BAR LEAD. INJECTORS AND EJECTORS HALL'S SAFES AND LOCKS, NUTSJfe WASHERS, A REVOLUTION. A. W. JUDD, Portrait and Landscape Photographer, has secured tin; exclusive right for the city of Chattanooga, to use the Wonderful Allotype Vrort'M. Thla is ihe process which has brought about such a itartling rev olution in the manner of producing photographic prints. The Altotype prin's arc made with printer's inks on a common hand press, and arc there fore absolutely permanent. The most remarkable feature of this improve. ment is the cheapness with which the prints can be produced. i e respect fully solicit an inspection ,of the exquisite iprecimeni f the work on exhibition at 212 Market Street, Chattanooga. Bcapectfully, A. W. JUDD. Mar. 20-79-ly. Cleveland Marble Works, LEWIS WILLIAMS, DEALER IX AND MANUFACTURER OF ITALIAN AND AMERICAN JB H MoBE IlBlBClltM, Tomb and Head Stones, Rustic Crosses, L'rns Vases Also Builders of ail kinds of Stone and Marble Works. cctch Granite and Othc Monumnti FURXISIIED TO ORDER. PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL SLATING DONE ON SHOUT NOTICE. o Designs and Price List furnished on application, Satisfaet ion qti unit e in every respect. WOODARD & MOORE, AND PROPRIETORS OF Silver Spring and Bp'Ic of Tennessee Distilleris. HAVING NOW ON HAND OVER 2,000 ItARIlKLS OF THESE TWO BRANDS OF WHISKIES, VARYING IN AGE FROM ONE TO 7 YEARS together With a general assortment of such liquors as are by llrst class hollies' all of which they oiler to the trade. IFine Tennessee '7s7"tiisl-::Ies Special ty. OFFICE AND SALESROOM No. 1J NORTH MARKET STREET, Nashville, Tennessee. BdfcrdYa.Ahm und Iren Springs, WATER, 91 ASS AND PILLS. "Efficient In Scrofula and skin dl eaaes." J. M. Allen, M. D., N. C. "Successful In Diipepsla and chron ic Diarrhoea." Prof, Bam'l Jackson, M. D.. Univ. of Pa. "Adapted in Chloratlc and Anaemic conditions and certain diseases pecu liar to women disorders of Ihe kidneys and bladder." J.J. Moorman, M. 1)., Va. "Satisfactory In Dyspepsia, Chronic Diarrhoea and nervoui diseases arising from Impure blood ; also in certain di seases of females." O. T. Harrison, M. 1)., Physician Woman's Hospital, N. Y. "Used with great benefit in Malarial F. ver and Diptherla." S. F, Pupou, M . I)., Oa. "Prompt in relief o headache, both sick and nervous, nud chills." Rev. E. C. Dodaon, Va. "Excellent in restoring debilitated system! to health and strength." T. C. Mercer, M. D., Ind. "Tonic, alterative, diuretic; one of nature's greatest remedies." Medical AlM. of Lynchburg, Va. "Recommended as a prophylactic in Malarial districts."!). It. Falrex, M. 1)., N. C. "1 11 ml it the. best remedy I ever used hi diseases of the throat." P. A. Hlf ferd, M. D., N. 0. Jvery beneficial in uterine derange ments and malarious conditions." O. W. Vail, M. D., Ohio. "My experience is very favorable to its curative virtue." Thos. F. Rum bald, M. D., St. Louie. Sample supply sent froc to any Phy sician desiring ' to tst. Phamphleti stmt free. Analysis with each pack age. Water as it comes from the Springs $4 per case. Mass ,j(l els. and 1 1 92 and $ foi half tloi. Vills pure sugar Coated 35 ctl 50 cts and fl package: $1.95, $3.50 and $5 half doi. Sent noil paid anywhere. This Mush and Fills contains lu reduced space all the cura tive powejs of the water, and Is con venient, palatable and soluable. Address a. M. Daviih, Pres. of the Co. 7S Main Street, Lynchburg, Va. Sold by J.U.TRAYNOR, DrugRlat, Cleveland, Tenn. !M-Cm. T3l. :M. COLLINS, Silversmith, OFFICE IN OCOEE HOUSE, CLEVELAND, TENN DENTISTRY. JORDAN BROTHERS, DENTAL SURGEONS, Have permanently located in Cleveland and lespectfully solicit a share of the, patronage from the public. They pledge themselves to FAITHFULLY EXE CUTE all work Intrusted to their care. ItKlMi BY PEBKIS8I0K, M. Knox. Col. c. A. alee, T. J. Boyd, T. J. Knox, W. li Reynolds, H. B. Heuegar, Col. Dave Hasklns, L B. Brock, Capt. W. II. McKamy, audRov. N. W. Motheral. Cleveland Tannery. J. B. Finauer, Prop. Best grades of Leather of all kinds constantly on baud and will be sold cheap for cash. We also exchange Leather for URELN o DRY IIIttES, or we will pay the highest market price in cash for hides. Bring your Hides to me before you sell to any one else. Oct. 1 ly. (ttl'f. SPCCIFEC' MRDICINE. M TIIK ' . I.' I ! TRADE r'?K. i waul rnrvnr. ..,... it.,.. , dv, an unfailing ctuv fur OH mm mil nOs'lknoili BpcritnattorrbvfL Impottiooy, h tiii fill rllMMM t lust Miion, iih 1 1 og quonca f sdf- Before liYSIjljtf.m Takiug. venal baailttioo, Psla In the Hack, Dimness ol Vltloo, rnfmaturo Old Age, and aiany ottha DIsnaMi Unit lead lo iBaanlty nf oniumptlon, unci h nrnnatnrs Qrave. ffrFnil pmtleulars la our pawphlet, watch we desire to tend tan mail to arary oas, HjaTbi Bpeclfle Modlelaa Issoldliji nil flrujt. itlsfs nt l i'i' i 'kinr-.iir six iui'kuges or Is, or will be sent frao by taall oa reotfjit of the monaj bj aaarasalag THE OB IV HBDICINB 00., No 10 ateeaaalos' Bloek, DaraoiT, Mien. fiSold la OlevelandaaA erery wi re by nil niK:lsts. i t. K ly OhVH UATKS WITH OTBEB PAPBBS We wllltiiriiislitliellriiAi.il ud UlSfoUoVN iMk papers nt the fnilnwinii piieoi LiiiisvllleCiiniiiiiTeliil, weekly, t'J.Srt Nashville lliiriil an. si l,M ilimtleeii' lllmik. Justices' Blanks for sale at Ibis office cheaper than they can bo bought lu Nashville. if.