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T.:ii.AV, WX'lSMJJlill IB, 1 PERSONAL GOSSIP. Kii's.-ll went to Elklor Lull lit. , Q. Fci.of Dcnvor, in In tlio ciiy.. Mr. J. D, Stiudny. J. M. Franki-1 returned from . villo Sunday. r.-rd Sclunitt has returned from a ' month's sojourn in Arkiiu;,av. Mr. StnrKiiif Fort, of Adams Sta tion, U visitiuj; lh fumily of Mr. VI. T. Hudfurd. Misn M .it tie Johnson hits returned from a i.l visaut visit of several mtks .to relatives in Nashville. Hiss Ov.ivi.ivo Audurson has ac cepted a position with Itojrers & lil t'iii, Did popular druggists and sta tiouors. Mr. Dun II. Morritl ran now lie found with N. L. MeKoe, whom liu would U' pleased to have all his old friends cull und B.-o him. ' NIN2 PAGES tO-SAY". The adveilii-pr ninko a holiday null on us to-day ujid wo give them forty columns of eslra space. Tho KtMI'lKMN is i. ot much given to braKKinfe', I'Ut it is rapidly bom, forced by advertisers to tlm point of increasing Its fucihties fur accommo dating thpul in soma permanent man ner. Directories aud other matters of local interest formerly kept standing have loug ainco been cro.vd.id out aud we have bad to uiako it a ruin for ao.no tiino to reject all but tho bent rliMvu( . foreign advertisement. However, every demand for space by Imal advert ixrrs will U met aud wp will Mill umku room for mom nowa . tliun -an Im ubluined from any other paper iu tho city. CREAM OF HEWS. A Bid Fractura. While wroatling with a plavnmla Siiudav, Mr.C.l'. Xoleu'a son, Lilie, 12 year old. Ml and broke both boiiea of hia forearm, niukinjr a very b.ul fractum. The bones were act by Dr. Searjent. A Successful Revival. Tho revival of the C. I'. Church continues to fcw 'M i11""1"1"'- Mr l'lunikun will remain ull this week. R..rv;v. will lie held moruintr and isveiiinif. .So far thers huve lieeu thir lu m votive, font aud eight addition to tho church Broken Cothr Bone, Mr. Goo. Thaeker'a ten) ear-old on. Glounio. while plnj injf leap-frog S.Umday evening, fell ,r,,li0 ui" collar liune. Dr. Seargeiit wan callw! in aud attended to hia injury and at last accounts the putleut ki getting alotig pretty well. Didn't Vota to Suit Him. M'liiroeChappol, col , ha boon ar reted charged with assault. Jim OiUot., a very old eolorwl nian.sworo outthawnrraiit, which charges him with having assaulted him by butting , him in the fuce, cultiug hi lips aud atrikin; him a siutiniug blow on tlm head Willi a .largo suck.. vinn.ni claims that tho trouMe orit'inatl iii twnwqiiiMice of hia laving votinl for fh Iiciii-ratio'ponimeo' itt the fitli w:rd Sutunlay. Tho trial ixjinca Up thiamoruiutf. Catarrh U not a local but a coiinti tiitiounl disien, iiiid mjninw a conti tutiuiial remedy like llomra 3riipar ilia to effect cure. MATfilMONIAL. Mr. Ed Bradshiw. or Cuky, and Miss Mattio Clark, of New Oileaus, will ho married at the latter placo on tlie 2.1th iunt. Misa Clark vmited tho Cinky noighUrbood lust aumiuor, and it was thea thut Mr. Dradahaw made tho young lady "a a?quaiiitancc. . Mr. Meredith Woodard, of Spring fl -Id, Tenn., and Mms Mury Rusw.ll, of Fikton, sister of Mr. J. D.ltiisaoll, pf this city; were united in marriaijo at tho lutUr place ycaterday after- IIUVIU, J::o, Childriwa to Sorony Magabcl Alexander. - -coLor.tp. .:. r-ier Tugo to Mary Torian. It li a MUl.ike To try to euro calnrrh by tifcing lotud applicatioiw. Cutarrh la not a local but a constitutional dlson.10. U i lint a disctiHO of tlieinan'H, iioo but of thonian. Thcnjfore,toorfect acure,ro- institutional remedy like lloiidi Sarsnpaiilla, which acting tl.nuiirli tlm bhjod roaches evory part of the BVHtoiii expelling tho taint whie! cauiea heallh. tho divoaw, and imparting Iron ".il. Mem'-wra of IvjojI Uranoh No. 218, order Iron Hull are earnestly rotpiott ed lo attend l Jno. Moayon'a to-mor row uighl (Weduoaday). Ed Ei'iim vu, Acct. To M Cuslomera Who have fina wulcbn ordilRoult work to ropair, I would rccjuost that you" liold tliem until after tho Holi dnya when I can give thorn my per sonal atUmtiou and hMiul low pricos, Kefpccl fully, M. D. Kullt. KERB fiHOTHER!," A'ltalia Liver Vjlls euros heailaehe Feed, Hay, und hitch with Jua. M Hipkiiiu. 1 he purest of icuf lard at V. J, it hers aud Sou a meat shop. H. M. ooldridge, livnry, food i sale atalilo, ! nlz' atund. Telephone 11 1 Born to Ilie, wife of Mr. James Uruuthilt, on Sunday tho Uth inst., a buy. Tl.o County Medical Society held its regular moiitlily meolinif iu tho city yesterday. Ex-AsaeBor Millon Liltlcfield, of tho Union School House district, has boou allowed u pension. ' . Evorgreou Lo.lgo Knights of Py fil ial, U enjoying a boom. Now peti tions are coming in at every meeting. Tho roinaina of Mrs. Jas. Bradshaw, who died near Longvicw some months ago, wore removed from their tuiupo rary resting placo to tho City Como- tcry j esterduy. Tho attention of ull tho trtjeery merchaiiU iu tho State hns been calletl to tho fact, through b circular, that solliug prize tolTuo or any oilier arli- ie oi ineivi.aiuliso l.ere a prize is given, is a uolut.oii of a law passed ill IMK), prohibiting fiiuno. Kev. John Henry UtirrowJ deliver ed his lecture on "Amuriia, or Christi anity in our National Life,", at the Opera House ou thevening of Doc, lltli, to a good house. Dr. Barroivs is a pulpa orator of much renown and his lecture was chiraclerized by elo ga:it dictiou aud llnent aud forciblo delivery throughout. It wai well ro-'olvoj. Mr. Ciurcnco Anderson cxpx'ts to leave for Hurrodshurg this wroek to engage in the photograph business, He will still continue to retain this as his homo, leaving his family hre. His sou, Mr. Chan, II. Anderson, will operate tho gallery at this place dur ing hia father's abseucj. He has tunny friiuds iu this city who tegret to him leave oveu temporarily. Messra. Johnson St Overshinor, dealers iu hardware, g.noral tinware, ipieeusware, all kinds of stovea and stove fist urea, call cspcciul atteutiou to li.eir line in this issue and a care ful study of what they hare to say may profit you. They carry in stock a complete line of these good and respectfully solicit a share of tho pat ronage of tho public. Call aud see (hem before making your sclcclion3. The readers of this i.iitio of thnlsx ti.hun ciiunot fail to eo the con spii'iiou.i ail. of J. 11. Anders.iu & Co.ou fourth )i.;e of extra. Tho firm is iilwiiyj auiong the leaders in tha lino of advertiing aid as a natural consctpiciice is in a like lino iu point of sales. This .Inn docs a tremendous bil'luivia imd it is daily increasing in volume. A large and complete stouk. good goods, ivilitu and attentive salesmen, low prices and judicious udvorii.itig a-o Lhe roquisito of a siio ciwsful business and cT.taiuly this firm possesses all of these. Frankol's nam cheap cosh Btorn will In opeiud up ill few days iu the storeroom recently vacated by Mr. Dan. II. Merritt. Joo Frankel will will h..ve charge of tho now estab lishment and will handle a full line of of dry goods, clothir.g",'cte. It is safe (o say (hat he will in a very short while build up a very profitable biisi: lima as ho has prqven himself q very popular merchant nnrotqtoro. Jlo has somothing to say in this issue of iinpoituiioo. lcd it. - X. L. MoKoa. aucooaor to Ohus. oiics noftE us cnows, McK .V Co.is well represented in this, our extra edltron. In his storo can at all times bo fouud a choice Hue of groceries, fruits, etc,, all frosh and lirst class. It is tho aim of Mr, McKco to fully sustain tho reputation of the old linn that of huudling good, reliable goods at honest prices. Mr. Lem Mclvee will conduct the busino-ss iu all Ms branches and re: pectfully invites tho old customers to call and tee him. Head his ad. clso- whuro. Que. Yimiig, (leqlox iu hardware, giius, pistols, ammunition, cutlery, otc., etc., has s, word iff the huuterq, which they should read and remem ber. Mr. Young's hardware utoro is bcaihjuartors for hunters and hunter's supplies, His stok einhiqces every thing In tho above lino and in gvms and pistols ho makes a specially of the celebrated brands, Iu his repair department ull goods will bo repafrod promptly and on short nolloo. lio member the place, Sixth street -opposite" Court House, Mr. Cowau finifhed tho reading of his depositions, ame 2-Jd in uumber, Batijrday and the respondent. Wr. l'rowno v ill reud his this week, Mr. Cowan and his attorneys nro confident that fully 100 illl votes cast for Mr. Trowse will be thrown out by the con testing board. ChrlsUms Presents at Cooke's A greater variety of things suitable for Christman proaents cau bo found ut Cooko's, ClarkHville, than evor. bo foro. Gold thimbles, lockots atid eliqins, buttons, match boxes and dressiiiu annes. irold Rnootmiles und eye gliiie.-i, opera glares mid canes, a line Tine of silk umbrellas, vratuhos for ladies and gentlemen, (aud tho boys and girls are not forgot teu)r cheaper aud better thun ever iinforo in groiit variety. Aqyuonycan airoruoneuow D,accliits'auil buttons of all kind,ilia- mond rings, pins and ear rings, clocks and figures ns well as an elegant line of spoons of ail minis, Knives anil forks cheap and fiue.oarvinjr setajrold pens, pencils, picks and charms, as well a: a great variety of fancy ar licles that hnvo to ha seen to be np prcciatcd. tk if you want something fur your host girl, and of couiro you do,or for father, mother, sifter, broth er cousin or sweet heart, be sure mid n ... n.-.lrn'N Tf.r it. Ms Le hitn I he I'll' osy 'ylo3 and liis prices nre aJkrx us tho lownst and gouib of the best. Should yynr eyes trouble you, Mr: Cooko Uaf an opliinnter w ith which he exanines the eye Midi'snifully adjusts lenses of tho proper sirengt h to uit. liis prices are greatly lower thau prices asked by peddlers and his goods are thoroughly reliable Try him. llioDcmofralip Victory in tho Cify Klcrlioti Almost t'onnilete, Five Out of Seven Councilmen And the City Attorney Elected. Saturday's eleetiou rosulted iu the election" of tho city Attorney and of all but two of the Councilmen by the Democrats. In all of tho wards nveiy inmrost was taken ami a hoavy vote was polled, ulxmt threo-fourths of tho cntiro vote. Tlio Democratic orgnuization brought out the Demo crats almost to a man iu moit of the wards, while tho Kopuhlicans failod lo get out a much larger proportion of their men. Tho result was about as predicted in Friday's Kkxti ckun, when only ono ward was oonoodod to tho Kepublicann. Two ward wero lust but the result iu tho First turned upou ono vote and to accomplish tie defeat of the Democratic nominee it was found uecossury to shift about a dozon colored voters into tho First from other wards. As the Kopubli cans had two out of the three ollioers of election to decide all matters this was dono with perfect ease and 8 lit- tlo perjury. This game was only pre vented hi other wards by tho cloio watching of well-posted challengers aud the energetic work done (o pilo up majorities to big to be cut down by fraud, The roaull lu the races for Coujcil- mou were as follows: msT WA8D Dr. J. M. Dennis, D , 47; Dr. A Soargeut, H., 18. SCC'OND WAnD. M. C. Furbos, D., 70; Polk CanBler, B., 85. TIIIB3 WARD. R. T. Pctroo, D.. 50. F. J. Browuell, R.,41. roinTii WAD. F. W. Da'ouer, D., 52; E. T. Camp behVK,21. nrrn wad. A. II. Anderson, I?., 193; II. W. Tiblw, D., 70. W. H. Xferrilt pulhnj 0.T itt the ojiciiiug of the poU. SIVTll w.rp. K. JL Flack, D., 113; V. C. Wright, n , -a. SEvsxrn wim. V. J. Withers, D., 5.1; W. T. Will iamson, li., 22. I-OB CITT ATTORXKT. 1st Ward 2nd " 3rd " .. 4lh 5th fth 7th Bell. 45... .. 77... .. 57... .. r.-i... .. 7)1... ..llU... .. Hi... 452 Brent hit t. ... 4!) ... 35 ... 41 ... 2.1 ...21d ... 83 ... 20 12(1 Majority for O. M. Bell, Do'tn., votes. 26 SPECIAL TO CASH BUYER?. We will Rive 13, 14 &15pourUs of sugar to the 51.00 . N. L. MoKEF, Tli3 Grocer, Notice to Ci'y Tax Pay ers. Tho laxes for the venr IS'M are now duo und must be puid by Jan. 1st, Ih'M. i 'lease il iu t forget tins. Uosikh.'! fully, r.o-. WILEY. Tax Collector, Dividend No. 9. The Board of Directors of the Cres cent Milling Co. have declared a div idend of throe (.'!) per cent, for the six months end ng Nov. 2), 1K1K), mid tho samo payable Jau'y 1, 181)1, at the of fice of the company 11 H DbTbevim.e, ' .See. and Troas. at Dissolution Notice. The Ann of Davis & Wills, Borer ly, Ky., has been dissolved by mutual cuiiHont. All parties iudebted to said linn will please pull ana settle ouoo and save oiicusea. cry spocltuliy, UEORos-Wil-ia. Bovorly, Ky., Doc. , KJU. Best Grade N. O. Molasses, 00 cents por gallon, Cash, OF P5S IM.Ii i! Illl s. Commencing Monday, Dec. 15, I will place ..... .,. , on sale a large line oi DOLLS AKD CHRISTMAS GOODS w. o, fifties, 11' m n .J, 1. tiiMW 1..' VIILIS. Wagon Factory, Implement and Feed Store. of As you enter you will find displayed on first counter a handsome line of Dolls, etc. Next conies the Mufts and Mufflers, This is the largest assortment ever brought to the city. Prices the lowest. COAL! On and after this ilaU no will sell the EVKEKA COAL, the lienton the market, at the following prices: For lump, Ue and nut 10c, iier husliel. All ell cleaned, good weurht. Uive us call. heeler & 1.q:iundson. Pissoljtlon Notlc. Tho firm of Chxs. McKee&Co. hav ing dissolved, and the stock of grocer ies of the former firm having been Dtirchased by N. L. McKoe, who will coutiuue business at the same stand, ire desire to thank tlm public fqr tho generous patnimige dxtuiuhxl to is in the past, and asli q continuance of their kind fuvors t oursuccs.or. The hiisiues of the old fmu must Ije soltleil up at once, ami we must urao all parties indebted to us to come up without dolav and mako set tlement at ouco, 1j. It. MoKoo, at the old stau 1, is uulhorljod to make set- tlemouts fur us, IliwrnH'tfullv, Ciua. MvK.es & Co Next comes the Novelty Counter. Ever) thing new and at the lowest prices. Now is tho time to buy your Millinery. Ev erythingwill bo closed out 25 percent, under regular price (as it were.) L JL Mi Thj Ctst and Cheapest Callcge. Attend Iho Conimcrcial College of Kentucky University, Loxinglon, Ky. It received the (Jold Mtnlnl at World's F-xposiliun Uwl Advor(iecpiout. Oa. "P" Atttnion IIopkiksvillb, K?., Dec. Ifl, '0, n pursuance to special order No. 1, isuod by Col, J. T. Smith, you are hereby ordered to assemble ut your armory on Friday night, Deo. It), 1WX), for the 'election of a Lieutenant-Colonel and Major.of tho 3rd liegt. Jouett HeNnr, . Cpt. Comdg Co. "D." POOR CLARKSVILLEI Two Mora Dig F.ilurn Follow Lasl Vfjelj't Crtllape, Two olhor big- failures have oc curred ut Clarksyille since our last is suo and things over there tru still in a deplorable condition,' II. O. Ilainbaugh if Co , proprietors of tho Woolen Mill, made an assign. meut Sulurday. Liabilities uloseon totl00,0CO. Yesterday Ilnncoi'k, Ilalltims Si Co.. wareliou-ieineii, wont to the wall and threw up the . sponge. Figures not learned but their liabilities are proba bly half as heavy as Kondrick,I'ettus& Co's., which wore about $100,001). This makes six failures, two banks, threo warehouses and one milling firm. ' Total liabilities oslimated at $1,800,000. '. " Mm I in L. Cros.i, t he shqa mini, ro portod as haying fa,ild, denies that he his quit or will quit business. The linauciul situation is still very much unsettled and ut least one mom big wnrohnu?' is almost certain to fail. Inspoctor Campbell arrivod from Washington Saturday and began an investigation of the Farmers and Mor chauts National Bank. Until his wcrk is cotnplotod it will not bo pos Ni'hlii to tell what the hank will be able to do. Clarksvillo has tho sympathies of tho people of Lfopkinsvillo and othor neighboring cities iu her misfortunes. The nufortunate victims of Iho Frank lin Bunk uolIaO'O are many of them citizens of this county ami among tlioir menus Tho fooling of regrat is not altogether unmixed with resent ment at the way they wero awindled by a coneurn that has boon coneeal- iug its insolvency for mouths end perhaps years. COAL! COAL! Ou and after this date mv pricos for coal delivered in city limits will for Nut !)., for Lump 10c por bush woll forked aud cleaned of all im purities. Good, honest weights and the best coa on the, 'blanket. If you don't believe it, try it. Fir.e eld Whisky Cheap for CASH at The Grocer. A ChftnM to Secure a Good Paying Businesi. McQoliee Bros, offer' for salo the following well established pluoes of business! ilontgomery, Gracey, Oak Grove, Fombroke uiid lielleview. StwkH In good fix and range from $1,000 to $7,000. The lielleview property consists of a dwelling with six rooms, blacksmith's shop, stables, two cabins, ice house and other out buildin'rs, also twenty eight acres of land, aud is a good locution for a doctor. Only parties mean ing business ueed apply. CH on McUoIiee Uros. at (.Harksvillo, lnn , Gracey, Ky.,or Pembroke, Ky, LOST J A red Short-Horn heifer, in fair or der. Will give a Sowing Machine fi r anv information lending to her recov ery, or will reward in vann. Tho Sowing Machine Man. THE HOLIDAY Jug Trade especially solicited by McKEE, ' The Grocer. Dissolution Notice, The firm qf Kdmundson & Long (composed of T, M. JMlnmndson and W. K. Long) has boon dissolved this day by mutual consent, W. R. Long retains the present place of business and assumes all debts and liabilities of the late firm, T, M. Edmondsjn. Nov. 24, 1890. W. B. Long. Wanted I 1 dox. agents, either on salary or coinmision. Call on or ad dress C. W. Strother, Southorn Hotel, Hopkiu8ville, Ky. TURNED v LOOSE AGAINST HIGH PRICES,-- -JT THE- i.'J1.:. i J. H. DUEAHDO, Agent. GEM If AIJO L. HAT 5 132 FRANKLIN STREET, Clarksville, - Tenn. fiBcpairing of fine Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Fancy Goods in the most per fect manner, AU Work Warranted. Complete Line . OF Men's and Boys' 9 Children's WE ABE ADVERTISING TYLE & KEXSHAW, The Furniture Dealers aud Funeral v Undertakora. Up Stairs iu Henry Block, UOFIilXSVILLE, - - - KY. Our house is 'full, so come and eeii; . Our goods for Christmas trade .. Are sure to please, if you can be With tho latest styles made. We defy competition iu STYLES . AXU ritlCES. DOT Ladies', Misses and SHOES; Also a Full Lino of RUBBERS, All of ydm-h wore Bought Before t h Iteoent Advance, and are Iboro fore offered at Trices to Meot ' COMPETITION, AND THEY MUST BE SOLD! Call and be convinced of the fact bo fore purchasing olsowhero. BEN ROSENBAUM. No. 9, west side Main Street. mm houses Tuesday, Dec. 16. HAMLIN'S FARCE COMEDY CO, rnMulInz Hint nicceimtul 1ngh ii (Kliiir, THE PLAYERS THIS SEASON: Allm Hnrrlwm. JenneU-J St. Hunry. Ku i-'rnnr. MHi'li llelmer AmiloN'iitlit'rHnd, JtMinte Kility. Annie lt-ijiiitm, l)uiiloTrc. - Uertte tin Mmk Fnlllvrin. Alf. f. Wh'.elJiu. J. T. i:muin loliu t'tinnv. J nil u tiilrn.r iutirne M itchrll. . V. T. liaiikln. ( liri iterjtt'r. I llW Itlilttoll. John l.yitiifl. 8TRO KHT CO, EVEtt OKU ANlZKD. Prtcet TB. 6ti4 ,ScUonMlctUftlbreth. Dr. W. P. Lawrence, Physician & Surgeon, CLAEKSVILLE, TENN., Dor Joa, DISUSES OK TUB EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT AND CHRONIC DIS EASES . ' A SPECIALTY Vr., Cficapezt it PestBurJaess CLK'Jn the Wi.rlt l!ffc.-t Iliiord M.i.i...v.. ! "IvftV-fi Wurl.l' l'.pOUuit, i-r cw .-J t..i..Jif itn l;.-i.-rl K '. !'.t r(l..n. JTl,(l)' 'r.-ii:tt. Ihiftltfe l'M" ''4i nUn'inib!l I Tvf ' t" i.i j it. I'cittil" Vvl l:M-lr t:uir. i: i i.r ; tuti'eii f l.i.rr, '. l It -.mi .....Kiitll. l!: l IfPJ Tj ,.i'rl', Inn4 lt-rrr!.ir 'I- 'vi'". Nt, Vi tit;n. Crw1 V (trrw-.tcL thi " -" '' h.l"'t Kot Hrrwlari wl.tr.. Vliliur il- I tu!t-. kl -fct-; - HtmtiiiH Ull imtr. Wrwish to call tho special attention of farmers to our Immonse Stock 1 Iowb, Wagons, Buggios and Seeds, Guaranteed to be First-Class. Blount's True-Bluo Cast Steel Tlows, Heihnan's Cast Steel and Chilled Plows, Tho Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Hows, Avery's Steel aud Chilled Plows, South Bend Chilled How Comneroial College J NOT EFFECTED BV TIIK Mckinley mlli In vfew of tlip high tariff, pnnwd br tlm engo 4 (he Ml Kinley ttc iiuivtiuai-il our luiineunv UH:k u( HOLIDAY. GOODS Kurly, nl have now plarcil on wl. ut prle, tliut woui1 not ftny tlio luty If lmglit uuur. Wo have on itlltty tho llnut lino of k i miHfin OIL TICTUBES, AND STEEL ENG RAVIXGS, Evor brought to this city. Cull and see. No trouble to show goods. i I MM Drug Co, NOTICE. The world rennwnivl TWrmir rtiaiii u . t. . , . " -uuwera, inuuers anrt Moaners, cuttinf 0, 6 and 7 foot. The cheaoest niOfct OCOtlOtnieAl miliinn orar rii in U. l.l i'1" Climax Disc Harrows, irou jiike ilarrows, - Tho Kvaus Harrows, Buggies, - J najtons, Spring Wagons, Buggy and Wagon Ifarnoss, baddies and Bridles. Engines, Threshers and Stackers. Builders' and Farmers' HARDWARE. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Brucketa, Lime, : ' Hair, ; ' : " CerrAtit and ' ' Fire Brick. White Lead, .Linseed Uil, . Olasa and Putty, Paint Bruahe. Sherwin-Williams Mixed Paints, Fam ily Painto, Floor Painte, Etc. We defy any implement house in the United Stat in Wt IUa ln line of goods, made close to home, and we keep a full ctock of repaiia for all u e mosi oonlially invite you to call and see us. Most Respectfully, FOROES&BilO AND The People are Catching On! Oar stock of DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, 10 ERY, UNDER WEAR, and in fact ev erything in our line was bought before the new tariff went into effect, and we intend that our customers shall have the fnll benefit of it. Our stock is comnlete and we'.' hand 1a absolutely nothing that is not strictly FIRST CLASS IN EVERY PARTICUL'R. The special attention of the ladies is in vited to cur line of SILKS and finer DRJgSS-G-OOD3. ' You can save Money by buying 7our goods of us, so don't wait until the last moment, to make up your mind, but come right along, supply yourselves with GOOD GOODS at HONEST PRICES and go Home Happy. Yours truly, G.M.LATHAM South '-Kentucky College, ' For 3alos and'Peraalos. Comploto and practical courses, Pull Faculty. Good Coruniertiul Course Teachers' Normal Course. TTJITIOiT $15 TO 5 V. SO, PER TF.mr Civ vivv. urnvTns School opens September 8th. , . ' AO. KUYKEXDALL, Tres't. N. T0BIN & CO., . U I'M II ' I i 11 IS IP ' ' 7 mmmmWM'-. BtJILDIfiC, Special Mtuiicn G!va foCidca iumi. tUttnct. fST Parties needing any tiling in thoi' line would do well to cull and se their stock licfoio piircliasiiuf elsewliere. , . . .. l-Hl-ly Tnos. Hermdon. Tom. T. Majob. HERHD0N & HA JOB, -PKOPK1ETOES toe Tolas es W ; .. . t Clarksvillo, Tennessee. Special Attention to Sampling &' Selling Tobacco. Liberal Advances Made on CpriSignments. ROBT. B. WITHERS, TRAVELING SOLICITOR,