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POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thin powder never varied. A mrvel of puriimreugm anu wuoiegomeneiw. u economical tnnu tne ordinary kioub, hiiu ttunotbe Hold lu coin Det I lion with the mul titude of low ttMt, short weight, alum or aoapnate powiern. Nuia only in eant. ROYAL BAKINU POWDKB CO., lot) Wall Htreet, New York, hl Tobacco Leaf-Chronicls. 15 CENTS PER WEEK. Monday Evening, May, 12. t Louiivllle & Nashville Railroad. Train leave C'larkavllle iib lollowa: sooth : ITo.101, Kaat Mall, R:20 p. Ho. 10.1, KaHtKxiiHH,lutly 7:13 A k out ii : Wo.1112. Faat KfipreHS.dally.............. 6:54 p. M Ko.104. FoatMall 6:15 A. Ji 8oe notico of a lost canary. Chan. 13. Scott, Memphis, is In the cy- A. C. Carter, Paris, spent the Sub bath hero. Otey IIobHon, ItiiHsollville, is in towr to-day. II. AtlamsTof Woodlawn, Tcnn. Is in the city. Dr. A. M7Trawick, of Nashville is in the city. i Tlios. Tracey, Kaunas City, is at thelranklin House. IV It. Dabney, Jr., Ringgold, spent Sunday in tho city. Jno. Edmonson and wife, of the Bouth side, are in the city to-day. A force of men is eir ployed putting the curbinir around the market house. , Mrs. Fannin Franklin, of New born, Tcnn., is visiting her father's family. . Archie Tniwick, of Nashville, is mixing with his Clarksvillo friends to-day. Elder II. V. Smith baptized sev oral applicants at tho ferryboat land ing yesterday. V. L, Fowlkes has been given a permit to build a cottage on Academy avenue costing $!NMi. Dr. Scars will attend tlK) meeting of tho (iiand Commandcry Knights Templar at l'aris to-morrow. "Something new" is what Philip IJeber & Son advertise to-day. J lead their advertisement and see what it is. Milton Jackson has just completed a new cottage in South Clarksvillo. Emanuel Browning began building ono in the sumo locality tins morn ing. Senator i Sato's bill for a public building in this city was favorably reported to the Senate Saturday, but the amount was reduced from $75,- (xx) to $ro,noo. James lSclote is building a neat cottage residence with four rooms at tho old Daisy Jiime Vorks in South Clarksvillo. He is alw arranging for a laundry at the spring. Miss NclluT Marshall McAfee it making a Southern tour with her lecture, "is Marriaire a Failure?" An etfort is being made to have her in this city. Sim Shelton istdmkini! hands with bis numerous Clarksvillo friends to day. He was called home to attend the burial of his mother in Green wood yesterday. Central Holler Mills Company of this city sold the Nashville Milling Company 1" car loads of M heat on tho late advance, and have just fin ished up the shipment. Win. K Iceman has returned from the Knights of l'ythias Grand lxiilge nt Memphis. He was elected to the ranK of major on Gen. Anderson's taff, Uniform Rank. Henceforth it is Major K Iceman. A dog cut up peculiar antics on the public siiare this morning, making Home lK'lieve he had hydrophobia. I'at Ginlcy was not certain that he was rabid, but pronounced him sus picious council to kill. Ed. IS. VhitnvId is now snugly fixed up at the Wisdom place, and it is so roomy out there, with fine hade trees and large garden, that Ed. calls it farming and he is mightily pleased with the truck patch swsiuess. The Lkak-CUuonh i.k was mis taken in the statement that S. O. W. Brandon is an applicant for ostma tT of this city. It is his son, George ISrandon, who was. a clerk in the of fice for several years under Samuel ltexlnger, who now seeks tho pout mastership. . If you want it nice, exhUeraiing lev erage buy ft case of Top from the Ice .. niy2-2m,d. TKE rOBTHCOailNa CENSUS. doliiplete List of the Enumerators for Montgomery County. The following is a list of the enum erators for Montgomery county, Ten nessee: 1st civil district James Ligon. 2d James Kennedy. 3d Mercer West. 4th C. M. Watson. 5th-R. It. Carney. 6th N. L. Whitfield. 7th lierry Lyle. 8th and 21st Isaac P. Howard. 9th Perry L. Ilarned. 10th and 11th J. V. Wheeler. 12th and new part of city O. M. Blackman. 1st, Cth, 7th arid 8th wards S. O. W. Brandon. 2d, 3d, 4th and Cth wards John B. Johnson. 13th and . 18th districts IS. W. Owens. 14th and 10th districts W. G. Brawner. Kith district Samuel Itamey. 17th district Dr. J. A. Gholson. 19th and 20th districts Uriah D. Tomlinson. , At 7 o'clock on tho morning of June 2, 1890, this quiet and peaceable battalion, armed with no weapon more deadly than a steel gun, split at the point and a small quantity of black liquid powder, and provided with no equipage other than thirty days' rations of stationary, will de scend upon the country to "take it." The campaign must be ended and the field of action cleared up and abandoned on tho last day of the month, at which time hostilities will cease for the next ten years. Then war will again be declared, organized under a new army of pie-eaters, sent out with their hundred and one co nundrums to be answered, to gratify the curiosity of Undo Sam. Clarksvillo City Directory. Messrs. W. P. Titus and John S. Miller have arranged to issue a new and completo city directory of Clarksvillo, which will embrace the new additions lately made, and giv ing the numbers of the houses as ar ranged by the city. This Di rectory will also contain a com plete list of all the postotllces in the county, giving the name of the postmaster and tho names of heads of families at these postofliees. The directory will contain much of useful information valuable to our merchants anil citizens generally Mr. Miller will compile the names, etc., and solicit advertisements and subscriptions to tho book. Peartleld. Peariicld, the pear and peach farm of S. B. Seat east of the city, is as pretty as a picture now.. The trees are in full leaf, are vigorous and thrirty and look remarkably well, while a fine stand of clover covers part of tho farm. A new fence on the side next the pike and a general air of thrift and neatness, creditable to Mr. Garrard, the manager, also add to the attractiveness of the place It is a matter of regret, however, that there will be little fruit then this year, owing to the late cold snap that killed the buds on the pear and teach trees. Died Near Henrietta. Mrs. Allen Hunter, near Henriet ta, died lust night, nged about (50 years. She was a most estimable Christian woman, one of the leading workers of the Salem Cumberland Presbyterian church and will be greatly missed by the church and community, as well as by her sadly bereaved family. Funeral and buri al will take place to-morrow. Rob ert and Miss Mary Rudolph left the city this afternoon to attend t he obse quies. A New Deal. Louis Michel and G. A. Roth have leased the Hanratty house on Second street lately occupied by H. IS. West fall and will open a first-class ladies' and gentlemen's restaurant. The necessary arrangements are be ing made and the restaurant will be thrown open to the public about the first of June under the management of Mr. Itoth. Slight Runaway. The horse attached to the delivery wagon of Kincannon fc Co. became frightened this morning and proceed ed to make things lively on Frank lin street. Ho finally came in con tact with a brick wall, which stopped him. The harness was damaged con siderably. Otherwise there was nothing hurt. Mamma (to her little hoy). "Now, ISennie, if you'ii be vihmI and jro to sleep, mauima'll give you one of Dr. Aycr s nice sugar-coated Cathartic Pills, next time you need medicine." ISennie, smiling sweetly, dropped off to sleep at once. Lost On Sunil:iy, May .1, a linnet canary, with dark uracil hack and yel low breast. A fine singer and answ ers to the name of Jessie, licturn to this ofllee and le rewarded. Monkv ! I)ans! On lein notes and mortgage on laisino-s property. X. Y., care First National Hank. aprJS.lt d july 1st. Go to Fox & Smith unfl Ret a wire lawn rake. They will not tear u; t lie grass. Fox & Smith. niaylO.d-jf The Ice Co. has an exH-rienced lt tler this year ami can furnish you the best Pop ever sold on this market. inyj -ui,d. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. What the Preachers Talked About Yesterday. The Anniversary of the Presbyterian Sunday School The Eepei t of tho Superintendent on the State of the School. If there is one thing more obnox ious than another, it is the habit oc casionally Indulged in of whispering in church during divine services, es pecially during prayers. It not only looks exceedingly ill bred, but shows a disregard for sacred things, at vari ance with the teachings of Christi anity. The congregations were good at the churches on yesterday, and the ministers seemed to be inspired by the close attention given them and preached good sermons. Dr. Sears, at the Baptist church at 1 1 o'clock, preached a fine sermon relative to the habit people have in forming too hasty judgment of their fellow beings. He took the resurrec tion of Chtist as a basis, and said that when he revealed himself to his disciples they knew it was him, and that they went forth spreading the news that He had arisen from the dead. People were quick in passing Judgment on the disciples, and some of them were even put to death for preaching facts that they (the disciples) knew to be true. The minister thought that, in view of the fact that there would be a final judgment, people should not be too hasty in forming opinions of their associates. Philo sophic minds are prone to spec date as to the difference in men. One man may not suit your fancy and you are quick to condemn him. An other may seem the embodiment of honor to you, white to some one else he isjust opposite. One man may pros per and another may have a hard time to get through life. It is a common custom to praise the prosperous man and to condemn the other. The in ner man cannot be seen and a hasty judgment is often at fault. This was the drift of tho argument and the congregation heard a fine ser mon. Rev. J. E. Harrison, the pastor, preached at the Methodist church hoth morning and night. His subject last night was "Faith lie said there were many people in the world who believed in the teachings of the bible, would tell you so, but they led irreligious lives, Their faith was to work. They could not accept tho great principle of salvation. They had not the light kind of belief in tho facts and truth of the scripture, with a practical love of them ; especially that con tiding and affectionate belief in the person and work of Christ which affects tho character and life and makes a man a true Christian. This is tho saving faith as taught by the bible. The faith of the gospel is that emotion of tho mind which is called "trust" or "confidence" ex or cised tovvord the moral character of God, and particularly of the Savior, The sermon was a strong one on the faith doctrine. Itev. L. N. Early, at the Christian church, i (reached at 11 o'clock on "Homo Work." The general drift of his discourse was on the purifica tion of the church. Church mem bers should let their lives be such that no reproach could be thrown on the church. Tho congregation was well pleased with the effort, and the members of the Christian church are in love with their new pastor and his preaching. The chief attraction at the Presby terian church was the Sunday-school anniversary at 4:3(1 p. m. The meet ing was conducted by D. N. Kenne dy, superintendent. Addresses were delivered by Dr. ISardwell and Itev. A. E. Kistler, of the University. The reports show three officers, twenty-five teachers and 235 scholars. The amount donated to benevolent pur poses during tho year was $2-1!) (13. The banner classes are as follows : For attendance during the year, Mrs. Nieolassen's ; for contributions, John W. Faxon's. The music of the occasion is said to have been very fine. Dr. C. G. Wil son presided at the organ and was assisted by Jno. M. Macrae on a cor net. The choir was fully at itself and rendered fine music. The Sunday- school of this church is in a prosper ous and interesting condition, doing fine work for the young and old members of the church. Dr. Pettis, at the Episcopal church, took for his text at 1 1 o'clock : "lie ye not forgetful, ye hearers of the word." This sermon was preached for the benefit of those who go to church and pay no attention to the ministers when they are in the pul pit. It is a man's duty to hear and take it home with him. Do must not only retain what he hojtrs, but practice it. The minister made a is no doubt that it wnl bear fruit. Rev. J. W. Sullivan, at the Curn beriand church, preached on Christ's circuit from earth to heaven and h.u k again to earth. The members ofj this church are making arrangements ! for a Sunday-school picnic ut some! early day. Ilev. J. W. Sullivan, W. j IS. Young and fftrs. Maggie Rudolph j have lcn apK(inted a committee on arrangements and are to make a re lort as soon as tho necessary prepa rations have been made. The picnic will likely be held somewhere near New Providence. At the Catholic church the regular services were held, and sermon by Ilev. Japes. The singing of the church choir is receiving much favor able comment, by those who attend the services. County and District Conventions. The several districts will hold their Convention on Saturday next, May 17, at their respective voting pre cincts to send delegates to the Coun ty Democratic Convention at the court house on Saturday following. May 21th. All Democrats are Inter ested in this matter and every one should attend his district covention, which meets at 3 o'clock p. m., ex cept, in the Clarksville district, which meets at 11 o'clock at the court house, and the Fifth district, which meets at Port Royal at 3 o'clock. Stand these meetings, Dem ocrats, and send your best conserva tive men to the county convention. The plots which the Republicans at Washington have on foot for the op pression of southern people make it very important that we select a wise, most prudent and conservative man for Governor, that wo may have con fidence and harmony all along the line, and present a solid front to the enemy. To Preserve Good Health. Is the desire of all, yet the desire is often lost sight of through neglect. A light cold or slight headache is allowed to take root and thus often brings a long spell of sickness, which could have been avoided had a good remedial agent been used ut the proper time. Eilert's Ex tract of Tar and Wild Cheery is such and agent and cure-worker for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Spitting of Blood Bronchitin, Asthma, Pains in the Chest and Lungs, and Eilert's Daylight Pills cure Sick Headache, Biliousness, Con stipation, Indigestion, Dyspepsia and distress from overeating. They regu late the stomach and liver ; gentle and pleasant in action ; operate without disturbance to the system, diet or occu pation. Both nre guaranteed. For sale, wholesale and retail by Lockert & Reynolds druggist. The Clarksville Dental Parlors Are permanently located over Strat ton's Shoe Store, on Franklin street. ( iold or other metal plates, $20 00 and upward. Bridge work, $7 00 pertooth. Gold fillings, jd 00 and upward. Pain less extraction of teeth, fifty cents. The nhnvr nricps nro tn fornA nnlv nn. til June 1, '90. at which time there will tie nn ftdvnnce in thp urine nf nil dental work. The Doctor makes a specialty of treating diseased and acli ing teeth, and all kinds of complica ted work. ' Dn. Makkweli., Proprietor. Fine Horse-Shoeing'. I wish to inform the public that I have removed from the Carlisle old stand to the premises of Mr. Louis E, Gaisser.nim First street. He having Imilt a new shop adjoining his present shop, where 1 can ue round to do any work in my line-horse-shoeing. I will guarantee to shoe any $20,000 horse with solid steel plates superior any shoer in town with perfect safety, at reasonahie prices. Thanking the puo lie for past patronage I will appreciate a continuance ot the same in my new quarters for M r. Gaisser. Very Itespectfully, James J. Itoi'KE. ml-lmd. For S ALU Vinegar. apr22,d-4t -10 barrels fine Apple W. M. Dkank. Stable for Sale. I will sell the stable I now occupy on corner of Second and Main streets. Possession given iu ten days. apr'J.lw Jas. P. Giu.. The Ice Co. make their Pop from filtered spring water and use none but the best extracts. niy2-2m,d. .TOIIV ADAMS. (Lute of Adams, Ulll & Co.) ADAMS & (SUCCESSORS TO E. -Wholesale and STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Field Seeds, Corn, Salesmen J-N- Cunningham. ) Ldgar Orgain. look-Keeper C. W. Beaumont. EMPIRE IS THE BLOC TZ COAL 3Iin(l in IventiicUy, is Tree Irom Hulpluir, I -. ISiu-iiM up OI-.12A.IV to an AhIi. EQUALS PITTSBUEG in niiin v rospectK, aiml m 1 v l ti Ccnln n 1uk1ic1. ICE AND COAL CO. AGENTS. STHEET HAKr.fO. A Conference of Property Ovmera Butr- ffested Bein H,V In view of the fact that the city is growing, and new territ ;ry will soon be laid off in streets, It Ifas been sug gested by several partiel that a con ference of those owning vacant lots be held looking to a complete sys tem of laying off streets. The way the work ia being cone now the owner of property only looks to his own advantage In x turning off a street, and not to an extension of a street further than t.K,ugh hisofn property. There i3 any amount of territory in the Northern and Eastern part of the present corporate limits, which is bound to bo laid off in streets. This properly Is, of course, owned by different irties, and the proposed conference, i if it is held, will bo for the purpsse of deciding just where the streetf shall run . This is not a bad idea at all. If an agreement were mi de of this kind the" work could be dcie systematical ly and with a view; to making the street lines straight. ; It would keep down contention and would no doubt be of future benefit to the property owners and to the j city. It might perhaps save moving houses In the future to make street lines perfect. There is nothing like system in street building. Dr. J. M. Beaver, of Chattanooga, with his office at (.he dwelling next door to John t. uoi.ta' dwelling, jv.ain street, tiarKsviiio. Tenn. lie uuys his line of medicines new from first hands in Philadelphia, consisting of tonics and purgavea for all chronic dis eases, rheumatisn , scrofula,' heart trouble, nenous system, indigestion, constipation, blocd trouble, catarrh and removes tunics, wens, tides and chronic ulcers wiliout any knife or blood, lie treats female troubles in all of its forms. Teeth extracted with out poison or piJn for 60 cts. No charge for prescilptions. Consulta tions free, visits tc any part of the city for $100. Come ct once, delays are dangerous. All ; chronic diseases treated. Dr. Beaver will remain here this summer only, d 3m. Tarties wisbit.g nice, comfortable offices or bed-rooms can hud them by applying to Augcat Michel at his bak ery on Second street, nenr Arlington Hotel. inch 1 (;d It, W. O. Brandon, at tho Leai Chronicle ofli;e, is agent for the "Caligraph," rne of the brat and fastest type-wri ers made, while it is sold for less mjney than any other first class mac line. He will take pleasure in showing the Caligraph to any one contei iplating the purchase of a writiug jiaehine. There nre now five or six Caligraphs in the city and all are giving perfect satisfac tion. T. M. HolliDgsworth, the barber, wishes to info -m his friends that he has moved to the Bailey building bar ber shop, near the court house, on Sec' ond street, wh;re he will be pleased to have them call and get a first-class shave, hair-cu'.and bath, at low prices. may,diw The Ice Co. have Mr. Mac Leigh at the head of tl eir Bottling Works this season, and therefore can guarantee their I'op to be the best, myii-lim, d Sicknei s Among Children. Its cause is undoubtedly to be found in the way they are fed, and the neglect of their medical treatment. Many moth ers are strong in their belief of the good state of health ef their little ones, and it is only when sicknoas in a mild or strong form couies upon them that the mother fully realizes tho mistake of her over-confidence, and t'aus unwittingly brings painful suffering to hor child and uneasiness and trouble to her own heart. To prevent such a state of affairs give your children Dr. Winchell's Teething; as a curatne for diseases com m or children, It hes no equal a trial Oi onj bottle proves it. For sale, wholesale and retail, Lock irt & Eevnolds, druggists. JOHN S. NEIJLETT. (Lata with Keenco St Northlngtou.) NEBLETT W. CUNNINGHAM,) Retail Dealers in- Hay and Bran, TE1TIT, COAL OPrfltY Strawberries I The First of KEESEU & NOnTHMGTOM. SOMETHING NEW Ij wl at wo are always after. Thi wek ?.'c will show "Something New" t.i beautiful, light color Kuits ant1 Od I runts, lively new hIiiuIcm nnd coloningH. Call and see them. Young :nen, we've got the nobbiest lino of CUTAWAY SUITS ever ex hibited In the city. Something- ITow In beautiful Summer Under wear, Flesh and Tan Shades, Stripes and Checks in llalbrig gan and other fabrics. New neckwear, just in and marked out. See our show windows. New Suspenders, new Socks, new Shirts in white and negli gee. The largest stock in tho city. Call and see them. Something New Is what wo always intend to have. In due tine wo will show "Soino thinof New" in Drap-de-to, Serge, Sicilian, Mohair and Alpaca Coats and Vests. Wait 'till wo have warnioi weather for them. Philip Lieber & Son, "Leading Ck'hia s & Oittittas" 1S52. A FACT WORTH REMBEEM We wlHh tO Niiy thnt we Just rooflvcd n vry nttrnctlve and hnivloomr lln cf ranch uud American HATINKH, New blUebimd nul 1'IhI.I frencit DRESS v GOODS, Elegant Pongee Sllkn, Albntros Unoes, etc., wlileli it will pny yon to Innpert, Our ntnek of SXtotola UeVy palcuTuri'u f ,,1UIM ru',re8iUtlu l"" .uHry( hi of every demrlptlnn. Mattings, Art Sqimn-n, Oil Uotlm, HUO W, etc., mir !li.!nr allnm ply immense White CJ.mhIh, Kmbrnl.lerlen, La.w, Cor.-U, Beaded Wr it, FlounolliS. Handkerchiefs In great vurtoty. I.OU K at uur ruin, NEW STYLE :- SUITS, Hata, Flannel ShlriA forMen and Boy. "Tliey o.imiot 1j Uiirnoniieil. 'nI0"0'U8lon'W"uldgiiy Umt onrHtwk tHtoo large for ti 11 enumeration, hence can only ntlouafewof oiirallraclloim, but If you com e lu and i ;o at wlil we have wa will men surely save you money, JtoNjjectlully, marl2,d A w G- B. WILSON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF Sash, Blinds, Doors, Flooring Ceiling and all kinds of Building Material. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Will furnish plans and specifications when required. COME AND SEE- -OUR- DRESS TIIHY -:- AItU -:- THAN HVEK Kick Line of- Black Silk Nets in BLACK and COLORS. Also colored Drap ery Neta for evening wear. . CALL HOWERTON & MACRAE. GO JLLi W are aow receiving full euri'Iici ol Pittsburg, .JSt Bernard and Diamond, . Main Mountain Jellico, : Anthracite lJ9S.T wbbh we cn deliver durina- FcjtcmW at fhsrnrrtr jiice. W v 'V uo piciiBea to receive jctr order. Strawberries the Season. Something ITow 1-4 (he Hpl 'inl'ul ntHortment of Mack an-l l uncy II. its we have for the Humui'-r eaon. "rVituo thlng New" are the key -chain we give away with inch pair xld pants this Meek. And, mothers, don't forget that we carry an Immense lino of Children's Odd Knee Pants from S cts. a )air up. Call. 1 890. BLOCK BROS. GOODS. IIANDSO.Airi: HlU'UltH. & Flouncing I AND SELvliS. GO JUL.