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WOMAN'S DiM-SS IN JAPAN. VUM YUM'S TC'LET Fr.GM THE BATH TO COMPLETE ATTIPE. Getting TlmmiuilVK l' In Stunning Style. What Cunm Tlicm to Hhuflln Wlien They Walk A Yoiiiik jHimitttMi'M De scription of His (Jfuntr,vwoiiiii. Having boon soaped Hud dried, the Japan ese girl taken a long ttrip of cotton r silk, according to her tunto and condition, the strip being about eighteen inrlint wide mill three yards long. Holding the upixt corner of the end of the cloth just over the left hip, she winds the atrip tightly nrnuinl tho loins and hips, fastening it ly tucking the end corner in the belt so iiiiiiIh. This might be called the Japanese corset, except tliat, in stead of compressing the waist, it squeezes the lower abdominal portions and upper hip. "When properly put on it makes an almost, rigid bandage, und it is this which gives that peculiar little snuffle and swing to the orig inal Yum Yuin's walk, the logs being really only movable from the knee down. Must writers have ascribed this waddle to the high wooden clogs, but this is a m'istake. The men wear clogs, but they walk as freely as an Indian. The kilt, bo to speak, having been adjusted, the Japanese girl then slips on a litt le loose, sleeveless jacket ngain either of cotton or silk which comes down to the loin cloth, and over that a blouse or short kimono; then an other a little longer, two or three of these, then the kimono, und then tin- obi or bow. All these undergarments and the kimono itself are crossed in front and urn open ut the neck. Each is decorated ut the neck with tt Strip of colored eruc, nnd the whole, is so arranged that these strips show one beneath the other. Kometimcs a belle w ill show a half dozen or more of these different colored strips, the effect being quite ruinhowish. If the weather is warm tin) inner garments are dispensed with, nnd the parti-colored silks are sewed to the inner side of the kimono in a number of plaits. DON'T ViKAK NTOCKINIJS. Stock inns the Japanese woman does not wear, except those who have adopted the Eu ropean fashions, while the shoe is either a sandal or a clog. No mutter what the form of sandal or clog, the method of at tachment Is always the same a soft loop into which the foot is thrust, with a thorn to puss be tween the great toe and the others. The san dal (zari) is nearly always made with a straw sole and quilted top, und is used for indoor wear, while the clog (gitu) is of wood. Their height is regulated by the "tony'' aspirations of tho wearer, just ns French heels of exces sive height lure worn by our own fashionable sisters. The kimlnos seen in this country Just clear the ground, und this is the every day cut of the garment. When the Japanese young lady wishes to put on style, however, she lengthens her kimiuo and mills to its hrcudth in the lower port ions, so that it shall spread out on the floor as she stands. This is her train, but must, stand nil around her feet in bell shape. The nice management of this train is a great achievement and takes much practice to bring uhmit tho true Japanese an gles and stiffness. In I he old days t he kimo nos worn by the court ladies were something extraordinary in their voluiuiiiousnesH. They were not only long behind, hut they were also long before, und the poor creature stumhling along in one of these looked hs though she were shuttling about on her knees. It is ill her obi or sash, however, that the Japanese belle takes her greatest pride. Or dinarily it is tied behind in a bow aliout a foot square at the back, resembling a car tridge box in shape. Hut there are times when this modest little bow will not snlllce, ud there lire ladies who go to excesses in tho size of the obi. It is made out of black silk, folded to be fully u yard with1, and it is lied ill n bow whose ends extend fully three fii't ncross. Moreover, it. in worn in trout ami u little to the side, and altogether is a very stunning all'air. A NATIVIO'M THIUl TU, Concerning the Japanese women themselves there is n great variety of opinion. The fol lowing is the native idea of a Japanese beau ty, given by a young Japanese gentleman nt the International Congress of Orientalist, held in l'aris in IHTII: "1 will commence, gentle men, with the head, which is neither too large nor too small. Figure to yourself large, black eyes, surmounted by eyehrows of a strict arch, bordered by black lushes; a luce oval, white, very slightly rose colored on the cheeks; a straight, high nose, n small, regu lar, fresh mouth, hose thin lips disclose from time to tune white teeth ranged regularly; a narrow forehead, bordered by long, black liair, arched with perfect regularity. Join this head by a round necU ton body large, but not fill, with slender loins, hands and feet small, but not thin, a hivnst w hose swell is not exaggerated. ..Add to these the follow ing attributes: A gentle milliner, a voice like the nightingale, which mai.. one iii ine its artlessness; a look ut once lovely, sweet, gra cious and always elm ruling; witty words pro nounced distinctly, aec. mi pan led by charming smiles; an air sometimes calm, gay, sonic times thoughtful, and uhvnys uinjc-lic; man ners noble, simple, n litt ! pr.nnl, but il limit ever incurring the accusation of presump tion." San Francisco I 'hrouiele. June Undine to Mage Struck lrls. My ndvlcu to girls anxious to go on the stage is simple enough; lei them enter the Conservatoire. The teaching afforded by that well known institution, whatever its do tractors may say, is of a quality such that nothing belter can be found anywhere. If a stage struck girl has any natural tal ent she will succeed and learu ell that can be taught in her chosen lield of art. It she is destined to achieve eeh I ii" 1 1 y she will become known in due t i me; and it . ou I ho other hand, she is to remain obscure she will renli,e the fact much ipile'e r li - u ly at the Conserva toire than bv m i other means. I'ai is better in Hoston Trans'. I 'pt. Women Wasting Kisses. Why con we not ilo ns men do, and write to each other only when we have something tosnvf And whv must we kiss each other every time ne meet.' Kisses are really not agreeable greeting to exchange. Very few Hople know- how to IhsI.uv or receive them in a neat and satisfactory fashion. A sloven ly kiss Is really a d.-l estable article, and makes one dislike and despiso the brstowcr. Cor. I'hiladelplu.i Press. I'ernian Solilierv. No baggage train is allowed to a Persian regiment I heirs, m np wance, is quite un like any other onward niiht.'iix movement neither are commissary stoles taken along with them. No tviiU lmvr th.-v. Those Mwt em regiments travel quite comfortably their thirty miles a day. They lire provided with substantial entertainment before the early morning start, and Is-fore set of sun will reach their next appointment.. Motitrol (Star. . She Had lw. A o'"g lsnl.V of Stoke enington, F.ng land, performed a renmrkabi - feat of climb ing. She ascendeil to the topol i ue i:-w spire of St. Mary's church, a distune-of ,: fivt, and gave the weatiicr vane a lin n, "m-t for luck." Her courage in so doing I" me- tho greater from the faet ituil the last portion of the Journey up was by means of two unpro tected ladders. New York Telegram. Ilirch Oil 1 Haul to Serine. Black birch trees do not. o i l oil es lb IiiKp'ieii mil sap. There is w rk 111 get tfug t lie tender twigs, und label iu Hit pro cess of extracting tlie oil. I'tv t.'U ef twigs yields just tin eo iii!ids ef ml, and it toolt nearly till v thus- Cms of tic- to iel l '.u gallons. T'hisoil is used iiigmng I !.o intui frrwu flavor to confeetionsof nil kinds, SW London Telegraph. The Abase of Coffee. Dr. F. Mendel has recently enjoyed oypor tunities of studying tho results of an un bridled abuse or coffee, and his results are u jw published. The great industi iul center round Esxeu includes a very lirgo female population. While the women of the work ing classes in this country are often addicted to dosing themselves with tea that had stood to) long, it appears that the workmen's wives at Essen drink coffee from morning till night. Some consume over a pound of Ceylon coffee weekly, and one pound contains over sixty four grains of caffeine. In consequence, nervous, muscular and circulatory disturb ances are f requent. The nerve symptoms are characterised by a feeling of general weak ness, depression of spirits, and aversion for labor even in industrious subjects, with head ache and insomnia. A strong dose of coffee causes the tempo rary disappearance of all these symptoms. The muscular symptoms consist of distinct muscular weakness and trembling of the hands even during rest. The circulatory symptoms are marked by a small, rapid, irregular pulse aud feeble impulse of the apex of the heurt. Pulpitations and heaviness in the precordial region are frequent. The hands aud font feel very cold, and the com plexion becomes sallow. Dyspeptic symptoms, chiefly of the nervous type, are very com inou. These coffee drinkers cunnot be cured by simple abstention from their favorite drink, with substitution of milk as a bever age. They require rest from work, open air exercise, cold ablutions followed by friction, and small doses of brandy. British Medical Journal. A Natural Curiosity. Devil's lake, in Culhoun county, Ala., Is one of the most, remarkable curiosities to be found in America. The luko is ovul in shape und covers ubout four acres of ground. No vegetation of uny kind grows on its bunks, und nothing lives in its wuter.i Even snakes inn! ti.: i .:piiis shun tho waters of Devil's lake, and lish placed in it die in a few hours. The water is clear limestone, with a peculiar taste, which makes it unpalatable to man or lieast. Horses nud cows will not drink it, no inuttor how thirsty they may be. Deep down bcljw the surface of the lake may be seen what appear to be the charred and blackened trunks of large trees. They stand upright in the water, but have neither root nor brunch and never rise to the surfuue or sink to tho liottoin. The luke has no outlet, and the volume of water in it is the same all the time. A strange i'atulity attaches to this luke. Once it was the favorite resort of tho boys of the neighborhood for bathing and swimming, but now they never go near it. Fifteen boys have beeu drowned in its wa ters in twice as many years. A few of the bodies were recovered, but those who were drowned any distance from the banks sank to tho bottom and were never brought to the surface. Tho depth of the lake bus never been ascer tuined. Soundings to a depth of 700 feet found no bottom, and the people lu the vicin ity suy the lake has none. Philadelphia North American. A Kind Hearted Milter. Iu Silas Wickham's sawmill, on Bowman's Creek, a robin built her nest iu a queer spot one summer. The mill bad been idle for some time, nnd lute in May, while Mr. Wiekbam wus getting ready to saw a few logs, a cock robin darted ubout the mill and squalled spitefully at him. Why the noisy bird was so cross Mr. Wickhain couldn't make out, but he learned pretty soon after he had hoisted the gate and set the mill a-going. On the to) of the upright saw frame mother robin hud built her nest, und she was sitting on it when the machinery lieguu to make the suw fly up und down. The quick, downward strokes came mighty near pulling the nest away from her, but she clung fast and kept her four eggs worm. Meantime the male robin darted at Mr. Wickhain every few sec onds nud cried ut him us though he hud no business around there, The female bird's ad mirable devotion to duty, und the male rob in's incessant pleading ill her behalf, touched Mr. Wickham's sympathetic chord, he snid, and before the suw was half through the log he shut the water off. He was in no hurry for lumber, and he didn't try to run the saw again until after the robins hud raised their lii lie family. Scianton Cor. in Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. A Drug Dealer's Love lNitlons. A lady very heavily veiled entered a Sev enth street drug store ami said, behind her ninsi, of unpenetrable black: "I wish to get some lovo medicine," "(ireut ( 'lipid!" thought a bystander who ovei -heard the remark, "1I1K she want to get into it or out of it;" The clerk waited until she explained that she wanted something for the young man's colfee that w mild rouse his uirections. Then he obligingly retired to tho compounding room, and returning handed her a tiny pack age, for which she paid him a dollar. As the lady left the store tho bystander inquired: ".Now, what in the nume of Hippocrates him self did on give that girl;'' "Oh, nothing," he answered, "but n lit ti 0 alcohol mixed with some cocluneul. If 1 didn't sell her something sonielHidy else would, nnd I may as well get, the dollar us Hie other man. If I had asked her . she would have paid It just as quickly. That's nothing," he added; "we often have such calls, and even stranger ones." St. l'uul I'ioiust 1'ress. rurcciig-nlieet! (Sense. A reiiiai kable fact, beuring on the subject of 1111 unrecognized sense, is mentioned by Mr. lievy. A naturalist extracted the eves of several bats and covered the empty ws-kets with leather. Iu this condition the bats Hew about the room, avoiding the sides, and flying out of the door without touching tliedrnji' case. In flying through a sower which made n right angle they turned at the proper point. They flew through threads suspended from the ceiling without touching them, though they were only far enough upart to admit the passage of the bats' extended wings New York Telegram. What a I'll II Is. lut is favoritism a real advantage! On the contrary, it is a trap to catch a fool. A pull is a snare; it isn't business. It doesn't ineun brains, nor industry, nor value 111 the gisxls. It menus getting an advantage for nothing. It clients tho uncle, the nephew, and the pub lic. A pull is a fraud in it.s essential nature. A pull means a cut across lots, while honest men are traveling round the road. A pull is exasiH-rnting to the honest toiler. Poor wretch! while he is putting in his best work to win on his merits, this cheap John with a .1 .tu... nul.l-. V..... pilll gets llll'ie Hist Sllll Ills .suLnmj . York Weekly. The f irst Irish I.lnen. In modern times tho manufacture of linen ! arrived at the greatest perfection in plunder, ; and it was not iu common use in lvngland till I liv:!. when it was introduced by the Kk'.Ti 1 ings, woolen shirts having been worn before I that time. In lltilS a company was form, si in ! liondon, KiiKhuid. for manuliicliiring it, and I Lord Went worth introduced it into Ireland in 1il.v4. The inhabitants, however, long ex celled us iu its fabrication, and the finest 1 nens, call'sl Holland, were impu ted - Dry li.M !s Chronicle. ! Too Clow Together. Mother I don't approve of your carrying on with Sir. Staylate as you did in the par lor last night. You sat too close together. j Alice Why, mother, there was a chair lie- ; t ween us! i Mother Yes; but there should have lieeu j two. - I-awrence American. A lslrtl Servant. "I see you've got a new man iu J'our em- plow" "Yes." "Is lie trustworthy V '1 should say so. He'll stick to any kiuJ of a story you may wish him to tell. " Wash ington lot Oatarrh. TS a blond disease.. Until tne jioiaou it i expelled from flic system, there can be 1.0 cure for this loathsome and ilargeiciis initially. Therefore, the only effective treatment is a thorough course of Ayer's Sm sopiirHla the best of all blood puiilicrs. The sooner you begin the better ; delay is dangerous. " I was trotihlcd with catarrh for over tw o years. 1 tried various remedies, and was treated by a number of physi cians, hut received no benefit until I begun to take Ayer's Sarsapariila. A few bottles of this medicine cured me of this troublesome complaint and com pletely restored my health." Jei'se M. jtog-gs, llolman's Mills, N. C. ""When Ayer's Ptivsnpm-illa was roc .ininiemU'd to me for catarrh, I was in eliiud to doubt, its el'tii ncy. Having .ried soinrtnv remedies, with little ben efit, I had no faith that aiiythiii-r would cine ine. I became emaciated from loss r,f nnpetite and impaired digestion. I had nearly lost 'the sense of smell, and mv nystciii was badly deranged. I was about discouraged, when a friend urged ine to try Ayer's Sarsapariila, and re ferred me to persons w hom it had cured of catarrh. After taking half u down bottles of this medicine, I am convinced that the only sure w ay of treating tliu obstinate disease is through the blood." Charles H. Maloucy, 113 lliver St., Lowell, Mans. Ayer's Sarsapariila, ' rmtrAWtn bt Or. J. C. Ayer It Co., Lowell, Mass. Price 1 ; lx bottles, $5. Worth $5 a bottle. FOR CHILDREN nrr.iu arrs the bowels a. CURES Colic l'alni, Nervousness, Summer Complaint, Sore Throat, Here Mouth, Acidity of the Stomach Convulsions. IMiirrhiea, Cholera Infantum, and ..1. .li I..C. ...... .....I .-!.. nl.il. 11, .....1 It lu rtll OlSCHSes Ol IIUrtlHlJ Ollll cm lj v llllllilifi'u. 1 .0 not narcotic; is purely vegetable ami hitriulcss- EI LERT'S EXTRACT OF TAR & WILD CHERRY. For Coughs. Colds, Hoarseness, Spitting of lllnoil bronchitis, Asthma, Influenza, Pleurisy, lnllani nuvtion of the bungs, Pains in the Chest anil first stages of Consumption. HURT'S DAYLIGHT LIVER PILLS Hor Sick Headache, cure Biliousness nil Consti pation. Kegulate the Stomach and Liver. MIM1HH Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep & Poultry IT rilEVKNTS AND CTHKS All Diseases common to lliem. This Powder is u never-failing remedy. A trial of one package will prove it. UNCLE SAM'S NERVE and BONE LINIMENT, IS TUBS 11KST I'l'lt.VriYK KOIl MAN AND BEAST EVER PRODUCED. it affords the quickest relief from pain and p fleets the most permanent cure of liny remedy now known to niuii. (let Uncle Sam's Knglish and (icrnian A I! C hook' from your druggist. The above named meritorious licmeilies, viz., Dr. Wlnchell't Teeth ing Syrup, Ellert's Extract of Tar anj Wild Cherry, Eilert s Daullyht Liver Pills, Uncle Ham 'a Condition Powder and Uncle Sam's Liniment are made by Hie Cmmert Proprietary Co. Chicago ill. For salt-, wholesale and retail by Lnckert &. Jlt'trnolils, drusist. DEAF NE8S A HE Al IllStS CUREBbT iwi . INHslllLK TUeiUAI EAR CUSHIONS. Whispers hrairrt. Cum. forl.blc. SiifMfolhrll Urm.dlo.hll. Sold b jr. HISKH, .!,, SiSBi 'd".?, K.w lurk, nrillbr lnk (proud FUSS. Agents Wanted to suit Piulcss Clothes Lines: no loose clothespins needed. It holds the heaviest and finest falirlcswitli out pins. Clothes do not freeze to II It Is n perfect line sent by matt for ."sic,, also 50H. line by mall Ssl.J.i prepaid, for ciiculars, price lists, terms, ad dress the und cannot blow olf. I 7 Hermon Street, PINLKNHULUIHE8 LINE CO., Worcester, Mass. MADE WITH BOILING WATER. EPPS'S GRA1 tFUL-COMTORTING. COGOA MADE WITH BOILING MILK. HAll? UAL SAM FfoaPFW B'.lI'r..,K.... 11 luxuriant, growth. Li-V,Jr JfsJNovnr Fails to Rettora Gray sSK ',. -a Hair to itJ Youthful Color. :.s3vtV V' ','. ;i te 1 SI "" "I Iriimstt. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS. Th finlr rrliuMe rill fnr Hafr n mire, l.arllf, tk lrilct;Wt f"T Lh monil Hrnni,m rl rn- taiiir 1xim, si4 lib tiuor iiiboo. 'l iikcnoothcr. ("niiM. intump) fur portfuulum rnurl 'Hfllof for .ilts-a." in tftltr. lv tnsilL A'ii 'aiw. Ch1chelrr C1kuUL t o., MuL-im. tj.f riilll. I'tv Best IS Several yenrv no I w.ts sntlcrtmr from peneral ilebilily, h'mI w;t so week thai I bunted iiml fell t" the croiiml 111 KiU'n A I Icy, lsl wee ii cht-rrv uuit t t'llegc streets, liein'u persnatly ncipiaiuied with Jr. Ilislees, St Ills SUteestloll I t'etllll UlklllK Hodges' Saoupsrllla. 1 look uOout one dui rn Isittles in nil. nnd from the time I bed taken the Hr-l lllle my health ts nnto improve, and )v the tiioc 1 had taken the twe'.fth. Isutle my health was oun pletelv restored, and 1 have enjoyed iiealth eve" since. I firmly telisirt It saved m ufe. Yours truly, V. Y. WILHOITF, ("or. Market nnd Carroll Ms., Nasliville, Tellll. iKEi'.rrn rv NASHVILLE, TENN. ess it; Olqoo ton ANNO UN C EMU NTS. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. Fn riqnSal We are authorised to an . U. UdillCl limine F 1. Daniel as a candidate for re-election for I trcuit Court rieik at the ensuing August e ectlon. FOR REGISTER, lamec A ftrflnt-:w' re otnoriMd JalilCS n. Uiaillto announce James A. Grant a candidate tor Register for Mont gomery county, at the ensuing August elec tion. MONDAY, APRIL 28th, 1890. at 12 o'clock, on the premises, I will ofJbr my Uouble Two-Story Dwelling House, situated on the west side of Greenwood Avenua, tor sale at public auction, 'this property fronts H-i'..'. leet on Greenwood Avenue and runs back 2K7 feet, and will be divided into three lots and sold separate aud then as a whole, as per plat below : (ireeuwood Avenue. Terms of Bale One-tJiird oasti, balance In equal pay men ta in one and two years. Dr. T. D. Johnson. For further Information apply to Jaa. T. Wood. aprl-tds. -J, a SLAYDEN, M. D.,-- (Formerly of Dickson County,) Is permanently located in Clarksville. Office ... ...i .w.eeoimi hv lr. Trawlek. over Ice Oliiee, -;- FRANKLIN 8TUEET, -!- offers his services to the public generally, and solicits a share of practice. When not at or- nce enn ue iounu ni. nwiueuwi aud University Avenue. CLAEESVILLE MAEEET.' RETAIL I'KICES FKOM BTOBE. Corrected ''ally by 3. 3, Urusman. BACON. Hams, country 'f. Hams. suKar cured - IU $ 1 Bhouiders J 9 Sides BREAD STUFFB. Patent Flour - 00 & Choice Family 00 Plain Family 8 75 a 4 00 Graham Flour y Rye Flour 2 2H Buckwheat Flour 0 5 Meal, per bush - 4t) 80 Hominy, per gal JJO io Urlls, per gal 26 COUNTRY PRODUCE. Butter, Choice 15 ffl 25 Butter, medium (! Clieese. fW KKgs Feathers, prime 40 3) 50 Feathers, low grades Beeswax ' ) Tallow . , 9 8 Ueiiseng, per lb ' Kraut, per gal f 9 n. Honey - " a Clean Wool J ?0 Burry Wool 10 C9 U Dry Hides II 11 Ureen Hides 4 O 0 DRIED FRUITM. Apples 8 9 5 I'eaebes, peeled, 10 1 Peaches, uupeeled o & FIELD SEED. Sapling Clover..- 4 OP Redeliver 9E0 Timothy 1 50 Orchnnl Orass 0 S Red Top . C , f Blue Orass 1 00 ( 1 60 White Seed Oats 40 Black Seed Outs 35 HAY AND FEED. Bran, per 100 75 Meal. - 40 60 Ttiiiothv Hav. uer hundred 75 Clover Hay, per hundred.. 65 Mixed Huy, per hundred 00 POULTRY, Chickens, life per dos 12 00 (9 2 80 Chickens, dressed per lb - 8 10 Ducks - (9 10 Ueese 8 10 Turkeys 8 O 10 WHEAT. No 2 No a - - "NOTICE. e have ou hand, lor Bale In anyquantltv Wheat Bran, Ear Ccrn, Shelled Corn, TimothT, Closer, AND Mixed Hay, Kentucky Coal, Pittsburg Coal, Anthracite Coal. P. Qracey & Bro. Thomas Rohner, JEWELER. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY H. BECK, The Shoemaker. (Successor to Jas. Witzel.) ...o... All ntakinjjand mending done neatly and at low price. Call on me. Corner Franklin Street and Public Square, under ! Chronicle Office. i Respectfully, ! (Vt.l-m II. BECK. AGENTS WANTED by an old reliable firm larne prontJt, (jBlr sales. Hampla free. A rsreopjxirlnnlty. Uro.A McottlZ B'way.N.Y. T. iluciion Sale of 1,000 in TALLAPOO M onday Tuesday, April1 28 1 '29. OnsnHalf Fars from all Korthsrn and Wsstorn Points, Tallapoosa Has : Nearly 3,hk) pop ulation, two thirds of whom are North ern people. No indebtedness, lowest taxes, niKnest atitiuue, Hiiiaueni (no portion of coloted and largest propor tion if ATnrttiorii nfintilatton. IjlU'lut deat b rate, finest water, healthiest lo cation, ana ine Deat recoru 01 new mannfaeturinK establishments st-cured of any city in Georgia, if not in the whole' South. TAIXAPOOSA'8 ADVANTAGES ARK: Mountain elevation (1,200 feet above sea level), beyond the cholera and yel low fever range, pure freestone water, hard, natural, macadamized roads that never muddy ; dry, pine laden air, wonderful mineral springs, free publio schools, fine society, cool, delightful summers, picturesque scenery, and ab solute healthfulness. TALLAPOOSA HAS IN OPERATION i Iron Blast Furnace, Glass "Works, Edison Electric Light Plant, Bash, Door & Blind Manufac'y, Foundry & Machine Works, Cabinet Manufactory, Cotton Hosiery Mills, Furniture Factory, Broom Factory, Wagon Factory, Planing Mills, Haw Mills, Brick Yards. Employing over 700 hands. TAIXAPOOSA HAS NOW Bf 1LUINO i Cotton Knitting Mills, Jeans and Overalls Factory, Cotton Hosiery Mills, Chair Manufactory, Blacking Manufactory aud Bottling Works, Employing SOOliauds. Send for Plat of City, Special Price List of Lots, good till tive matter. Address, THE Apr21-eod,sw. kin A. &fr DENTIST I 1 ' V : I imntt I .llrllH, .Ml '"if jii and Franklin HtB., .ar over Dr. Carney's - office. Dp. W. P. IiAWRENGE, (Formerly of Orlando, Fla.) Is now located at Clarksville, Tenn., Arlington Block, and offers his professional services to the citizens of Montgomery and neighboring .counties. SPECIALTIES. Diseases of Throat. Nose, Eye and Ear, Diseases of Women, Chronic Diseaseas and Surgery Tl ot detention from business. Stricture of the Urethra cured by Electricity. Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 11. 2p m. to 4. Sunday, 8 a. m. to 10. pr.dAw-tf. PUBLIC SALE of not less than 240 lots, each 60x140 feet, In the heart of the City of Fort Smith, on May 1, 1H90. Thee Lota are a part of the Military Re uer ration donated the City of Foil Smith for the benefit of IU achoots. They have sewers, gas, water and street car facilities, and will be sold at auction for cash, each lot separately. Arrangements have been made by which any purchaser at this sale can borrow haf thi price paid for any lot from the School Board at 8 pr cent. Interest. Look at Fort Smith on the map, and for maps and further particulars address CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, or DANIEL BAKER, Mayor aprl5,d-to mayl Fort Bmlth, Ark. CLARKSVILLE Femalo-:-AcadGmy. A School for the higher culture of yonng wo men and girls. -:- KINDERGARTEN DEPARTMENT. Handsome new building finely equipped. Healthy location. Superior advantages. Terms reasonable. Board $m per month. Fall Terra opens September 3, 18M). Send for Catalogue. MHH.E.U. B0FOBD Principal. V. O. Brandon, at the Leaf Chroniclf. office, is agent for the "Caligraph," one of the best and fastest type-writers made, while it is sold for less money than any other first class machine. He will take pleasure in showing the Caligraph to any one contemplating the purchase of a writiug machine. There are now five or six Caligrapha in the city and all are giving jierfeet satisfaction. A. FRIERSON, Auctioneer. flOO feet above sea level.) NEARLY 8,000 WILL MK KMPLOVED In manufacturing pursuits In Talla poosa before the end of the present year, which is equivalent to a popula tion, self-supporting of 8,000 souls. A COMPLETE SYSTEM OP WATER WORKS Have been contracted for by the city, costing $40,000, One hundred new houses will be built Immediately by Boston capitalists, for rent or sale on installments, THE GEORGIA, TENNESSEE AND ILLI. NOIS RAILROAD COMPANY Are at work on their survey for a railroad from Tallapoosa to Chatta nooga. The capital of Construction Company is all subscribed, aud work will commence from Tallapoosa, north immediately. Heventeen miles com pleted will give Tallapoosa three com peting railroads to all points. THREE GREAT COTTON MILLS, Employing 500 hands, are now build ing at Tallapoosa, which will make it the knitting centre of the south. IT MANUFACTURING KSTAIiLISII MENTS IN 80 WEEKS, Is Tallapoosa's record, and the num ber is being augmented weekly. THE L1THIA SPRINGS HOTEL, 250 rooms, will soon be commenced near Lithia Springs Park, where $.r,0(X) Is now being expended in beautifying the park and wonderful mineral springs. TALLAPOOSA HAS NEARLY ARRAN GED EOR Car Works Bit and Auger Works, Hosiery Yarn Mills, Marino Mills, TALLAPOOSA LAND, MINING AND TTTfitT A RT?TT7"RVn W JL JL. A JL A HANDSOME LINE GENTLEMEN, CALL AND EXAMINE. F. T. GORMAN, The Tailor, Franklin Street. Clarksville Liquor Store, S. BAER & CO., Proprietors, Dealers in Gins, , Etc. Wo carry a complete line ot Cigars, Tobacco and Smokers' Articles. Sole agents Sachs Prudens Ginger Ale, Alf and Alf Ale and 1'ortcr. A. L. Dunlap & Co.'s Tobaccos, 8. 1. and J. C. Mott's celebrated Crab Apple and Champagne Cider, Crescent Brewing Co.,s justly celebrated export Beer. Give ua a call. Sign of the Big Black Bear. FttANKLIN BANK Franklin Street. - BUYS AND SELLS EXCHANGE New York, KempMs, New Orleans, Cincinnati, Louisville, ITasATilla, Saint Louli, and All Accessible Point PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO COLLECTION) It. If. FOIXDEXTKB, Caahler. iity Lots And several smaller industries, em ploying 700 hands. THIS COMPANY GUARANTEE And make it a condition of the sale to be expressed in the deeds and bonds, the completion and operation of all manufacturing establishments now building and contracted for, em ploying in the aggregate 1,2m hands. TERMS OF SALE. One-third cash, balance in one and two years, with interest at 8 per cent., or .10 per cent, discount for cash. COME BEFORE THE SALE, IF POSSI BLE. As the sale will be made from a stand, by the front foot. We advise all who can to visit Tallapoosa before tli sale and examine the property and the city. We prefer to have par ties visit all othereitles in the South" before visiting Tallapoosa, and note comparison.' THE PRESENT LOW PRICES OF PROP. EltIV Will be withdrawn April 2fi, aud purchasers will do well to buy before the sale. . EXCURSION TICKETS ONE PARK BOUND TRIP, flood to return for thirty days can be obtained at all railroad stations selling coupon tickets in the north, wpst and south, as far west as Color ado. These tickets are good for leav ing on the 22d only, and must be used for leaving on that day, good to return for thirty days. A GENUINE RHODE ISLAND CLAM BAKE, And other refreshments, free, dur ing the days ot the sale. April 26, and full descrip M'F'G CO,, Tallapoosa, 6a, 1 JU 1 JL. V J H W And S. BAER & CO. Clarsuille, Tenn.