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15 CENTS PER WEEK. BBANDON A BABKSDALE, PKOP'S. The Hand Writing on the Wall. Thowe who read the papers must be dull of comprehension if they full to enliT the breeze of the mighty revolution that I going on in the minda of the people. The nomina tion of Mr. Buchanan, the farmers representative for governor of this State, was a surprise to everybody, The Alliance people themselves hardly expected such u result, and the opposition was sure that unless lie could poll a majority of the cini vention on the first ballot he would be defeated. But the solidity and firm determination exhibited by hit followers, never before witnessed, struck terror to all opposition, and there was no possible chance to form a combination against him, and there was a graceful yielding from every quarter a willingness to let the far mers have their way. The laboring classes comprehend that constitutional liberty is fast slipping from the grasp of tho peo pie, and that the country has fallen into the hands of a selfish aristocra y, and they have become desperate and determined to overthrow this power through peaceful means by a , change of rulers and a reverse of leg islation. This is why the farmers fought so desperately at Nashville for their man, and other classes see Ing this fell into line. The farmers will do no harm ; they cannot hurt other classes without hurting themselves. They are hon est in politics as in private matters, and good may be expected to follow Tho same spirit that characterized the order in the Nashville conven tion animates them throughout the Houth and West, and the "blocks of five" business cannot prevail against the order in 'i)2. Grand Annual EKCttmlon To the seashore via L. A -N. and C. & O. , routes. Wbite Bulphqr Springs, Kichiirond,:, Old Point and Norfok visited en route. A special train com posed of elegant coaches auii full man sleeping cars, will leave Louisville at 12:4a p. in. on Tuesday, August 12th, 1890, reaching Old Point Comfort next evening at 0 p. in. The round trip rates to Old Point is only $lfi.K) from Clarksviile. Passengers will leave on regular train .leaving Clarksviile at 6:3.r. I lie train-will run under Hie au spices of the Chesapeake & Ohio K'y Company, in charge of Mr. W. A. Wilgus, traveling passenger agent, formerly of Hopkinsville, Ky. In duced rates at the Hygeia Hotel, Old I'oint Com tort, can tie -secured upon presentation of C. & O. special excur sion tickets. Special attention will be paid to ladies without escorts. Sleeping car accommodations will be provided, but in order to have choice of berths, application should be made to YV A. Wilgus, 253 Fourth Avenue, Ijouisville, Ky., at once. Weeping car rates will be $4.00 for berth, Louisville to Old Point, to be occupied by one or two persons; Louisville to Clifton Forge $2 50, to be Occupied by one or two persons. Special side trip excursions can be made from Old Point at low rates. 8top over privileges will be granted on the return trip, enabling excur sionists to visit Itichmond, White Sulphur Springs, and other celebrated resorts. The choice of routes between Rich mond and Clifton Forge will be given Excursionists may return either via Charlottesville and Staunton, or via Lynchburg and Natural Bridge along the James river. Tickets will be good returning until September 3. 18!M). Handsome book descriptive of scenery along the line win tie mailed to any person upon ap plication to W. A. Wilgus, 253 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky., or to Agent L. & IS . It. K The Cause ot Poor Health Instead of spending money survey ing, building dams and reservoirs to catch water for the irrigation of 800, )00,(X)0 acres of arid lands as proposed by some Republican congressmen. had not the government better spend half the amount tiis piece of folly r quires in building levies along the Mississippi to keep tho mighty waters of that great river within bounds, and protect millions of acres of still more valuable lands and also thousands of people from Buffering: by the overtlows ? It seen; s so, and it isa question for Mr. Blaine to speak on. After all, the Lkak-Cjironici.k. had about as little crow to cat as any paper in the State that took active part in the campaign. The meanest thing we ever said about Buchanan was culling him Bro. McDowell's candidate. As things have turned out, it is plain that wo were mis taken in this and can apologize. ine L. & in. company has, unso licited, increased the pay of freight conductors and brakemen on tin north and south division and the Birmingham Mineral road. This generous act makes the boys happy and they work with fresh couruge and loyalty to the interest of the company. Jno. M. Taylor U a good man thut was cot. ceded on all sides, all through the campaign. But there Is not a man (in earth or in heaven by that name who could have been nominated for governor of Tcnnes see this year. Well, tho Banmr tells us once more the exact date fixed for the meeting of the Road Congress. Print it in big letters and keep it standing at the head of your columns that counties may know when to send delegates. The Banner lias raised a righteous war cry against the high salaried clerks who receive from 10,000 to $20,000 a year. If Haskelte was not given to writing poetry we would suspect that he had taken the grip. The papers ure all praising Bro. McDowell now : they didn't know it j was in him. We warned them all along that he was going to keep cousin Jere out of Ids later patch nt all hasszards. Is often found in the neglect of one'i own self. A light cold or slight head acho is treated ns not requiring much attention; the assumption bcina thut they will soon puss oil', and it is only when a ease of full-fledged sickness tie velops ilsclf that the consequences of that neglect are fully realized. As a preventive and positive cure for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Spitting of blood Asthma, Pains in the Chest sntl first stages of consumption, use Eilert's Ex tract of Tar and Wild Cherry, and for sick Headache, Torpid Liver, Dys pepsin, Nervousness and ail Bilious Complaints, use Eilert's Daylight IJver Pills. Both are guaranteed. For sale, wholesale and retail, bv Lockert & Reynolds, drutgiste. COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Meeting: Called AuRUBt 4. The County Democratic Executive Committee will meet nt the office of Leech & Savage, in Clarksviile, on Monday, August 4, 1S!)0. The meet ing is for tho tiunasactlon of impor taut business and every n ember is earnestly requested to attend. II. N. LKKcit, chairman. W. E. Beack, s1 creinry. Clarksviile Female Academy. A lioanliiiur and Duv School for the higher culture of girls and young wo icn. Superior advantages from the Kin dergarten to the Post (hadualecouises. Special attention triven to Art. Mu sic and Klocution. Buildings new and complete in equipments. Send for catalogue. JNtus. i'j. (.). IJi i-oKi), Principal, Clarksviile. Tennessee. Jiiiic-.-vU w.L'm. Uncle Josiah and Cousin Jere are both rolling up their sleeves to take the stump for Buchanan. That is both Democracy and business. Will the Western Republicans take Blalneand barter for their rally ing cry, or will they tako McKinley, home market and free sugar in theirn? From the way Blaine talks about "barter" he has evidently seen Brother McDowell and got the grip. Gov. Palmer made the purpusis of the Force bill clear in showing how it menaces the liberties of Illinois. No matter whether the votes stolen are Illinois votes or Alabama votes, they count the same, sod they count an iiiu ii nmum mit-ii v in iiiumifl MS ...It- .rivln i u f. ...." ii.-. ' 111 . ! Method of Sw 1 iti in 1 113:. 1 luivo ik'votoil v" life to the problem of swimming, and I am egotistical enough to think that I can f,'ive some points ns to the best met hoila of HwininiihK. O110 of the most important strokes either in fancy MviimuiiiK or racing is t lie American over hand snlo stroke, which I invented. It is really the fastest stroke that can he used. It is ouite dilli'i-cnt from the Knulish over hand stroke, and in the. difference, lien the secret or 1 lie additional speed that is ob tained. English s wiin mors bury t hcmselves deeply in the water, and Kink from one to two yards order the surface In bringing t he hand over, which retards their progress I hi'ou;,'!i t he water. I'o use my stroke lie in tho water oil thn rk'ht side at. an anisic of about !!D dogs. The water rovers the right, eye, while the left eye, the nose and the mouth are out of the water. The hudy is propelled through the water by the lc;,'s and feet, and in this si roke the ankles are strongly brouulit into use. The force is obtained from the instep of the right foot and the sole of the left. The legs are brought up and placed in position like the letter V, and when the Kick is made they are brought quickly together, the right foot being twisted to bring the instep against the water. After the kick is made, mid while the legs are being brought up again, the rigid, hand, which is extended beyond the head like a cut water, is brought down to the hip. When this hand is going up again the left hand is carried over the head and rigid shoulder, dipped into tiie water and used as a paddle. The right arm is used to steady the body, anil force is attained by the left arm and the legs. When the left arm is coining down I he kick is made. In learning this itroke first nf all learn the moiiuus; speed :an lie worked up afterward. From thirty eight, to fort y live strokes a minute is a high rate of speed to be attained. --(ins Sund.it rom in New York .Mail and Express. Ir. Ki-Hiiklln'i Wife. ' Dr. Heiiiainin franklin went, to Enrcme and basked ill the smiles of the French court while his wile, regardless of her own need of culture, developed into a pitiful drudge in x rforining what she considered her self wiciiticing duty, lie twecu herself ami her noted husliHiid ex isted no common ground when he returned after 1111 eleven years' absence. Her un governable children avenged their mothrr'ii injustice. (Jooil Housekeeping. OUFt INTERNAL REVENUE Lit Yrai- ft Amounted to About 137, 000.OOO- How Divided. Washington, July SI. Hon. John V. Mason, commissioner of intenuU revenue, has submitted his preliminary report to the secretary of the treasury on the operations of his bureau for the fiscal year ended June 30, It shows thut the total collections from all sources during the year were Sl4',ii-1 09,, as against $130,894,434 for 188!), or an increase of il 1,700.302. The cost of collecting this amount asrtrresratod 4. wu.uuj, exiiiisivo or me amount ex pended for printing internal revenue stamps, as against $4,18.,728 for the previous year, or a decrease of fttf.UUO. The percentage of the cost of collec tion is a traction less than 2.9 per cent, ine cost during tne previous year was .1, per cent. Owing to the increased quantity ..,... . - 1 J - l- - ut nuuiia piuuuceu, resulting 111 au in crease of taxes collected of more than $7,000,000, the salaries of storeketqier anu tne ices or gangers were largely l excess of the amount estimated when the appropriation wuu made. To meet the deficiency an Additional appropria tion oi iiu.uuu nas been asked. f he receipts from spirits during the year amounted to $81,it!7,!!75 as against &1A Ul-lOMlt A : luun .. fi ;vu uui in icon, or an increase of $7,375,108. Tne receipts on tobacco were $33,908,991 against :il,8S(i,8tiO, showing an increnw over the last fiscal year of $2,092,130; from fermented liquors, $.'.0,003,534 against $23,723,830 or an increase of $2,284,099. The re ceipts of oleomargarine show a decrease or tui,.)0. t 1'iidcr the head of tobacco tho tables shows that the receipts from chewing hiiu smoKing touacco increased $1,218 581; from cigars $001,313, and from cigarettes $40,790. Tuxes were paid din ing the last two fiscal years on 4,087, ssu.HtfS cigars, S,233,254.(kv0 cigarettes, po,o-w,o.io gallons or spirits and 27,001, 944 gallons of fermented Honor. A statement is appended showing the aggregate collections by the collectors of tne several collection districts. The largest sum collected in any district was by the Fifth Illinois district aggregating $22,3.-5,(!89; tho First district of Ohio is second with $10,903.07.5; First Illinois third, $19,371,324: followed by the Fifth Kentucky, $8,902,7915; First Missouri, $4,580,397; Twenty-third Pennsylvania, $3,;-'73,(S3.-i; Third New York, $3,"829.965; Sixth Kentucky, $3,350,403, and First Pennsylvania. $3,330,039. J. he statement ulso gives a table of the aggregate collections in states, which j daces Illinois m the lead, with $34,870,091; Kentucky second, with $l(,0.i,042; New York third, with $10, 224,321; Ohio fourth, with $13,430,972: Pennsylvania, $9,732,217: Missouri. $8.- 002,29 1; Indiana, $(i.2f0,981 ; New Jersey, $4,200,722; Virginia, $3,.-,10,105, and Wisconsin. $3, '42.f5.r;s. SILVEfl FOLLOWS GOLD. million Sent to Kn -laiul Sineo Hit- I'uiMagc uf the Kill. New Youx, July 31. Over a million i.nd a quarter ounces of silver bullion were shipped to London last week, and tins week nearly as much has been ordered for ihipmeiit. Announcement was made Tuesday that JUO.OOO (unices more had been ordered fur shipment on this week's steamships. This has given rue to much comment, because it has been predicted that as soon us the silver bill was passed this country would be flooded wiih the silver I foreign countries. The actual facts have been precisely the reverse. A month or so before the passage of the ilver bill Loudon bent over a million and a half of ounces of silver bullion to this country. This was not been rise the Knclishmon thought the silver hill wonld iiass. but on the contrary because they thought it would not pass, and they wished to profit by the higher prices over here. Now the stream has set in the other wig' and it bids fair to continue until the de mand for silver here to moot the reouiro- ments of tlio new t-ilver bill becomes greater than tho demand over there. In lime, 1KH9. we exported SU.M09.42l silver bullion in excesr. of imports. In June. 1890, we imported $874,475 in excess of exports. To Cars Sick Animals or fatten Cattle Requires only gooJ attention and the proper medical treatment of them. Their bowels must be kept in a natural condition and an even and healthy ap petite created in them. Uncle Sam's ConditionPowder is the great Remedial Agent for such use, and the best Cura tive for Diseases Common to Animals ever devised by man. For Poultry it is no less valuable; it will make hens lav if mixed with their food, occasionally, J"or sale, wholepalo and retail, by Lockert & Reynolds, druggists. PRINTIN In all its forms, NEATLY and QUICKLY DONE at the W. O. Brandon, at the Leaf Chroniclk oflice, is agent for the "Cnlieranh." one of the best and fastest type-writers made, while it is soiu lor less money than any other first class machine. He will take pleasure in showing the Caligranh to anyone contemplating thepurcha.se of a writiutr niachme. There are now live or six Calnrrunhs n the citv and all are giving perfect satisfac tion. For the Lowest Living Prices. COMMERCIAL -- WORK The Wants of Children. All fretful, crying, nervous children me tiuweii ana on v reonire nroner j i -i medical treatment to restore them to the healthy state, bringing quiet and ease to the child and comfort and joy to the mother's heart. Dr. Wmehell's Teething Syrup is the Infallible Remedy and sure cure for all diseases common to children. It is wholly free from opiates, and is guaranteed. A trial a . . ... oi one bottle wi II Drove it erent 0. . ... llicacy. or sale, wholesale and retail, by Lockert & Reynolds, druggists. FIRST-CLASS STOCK used and attention given to detail that insures ATTRAGttVE AM) SATISFACTORY WORK. HEADQUARTERS FOR- -o WEDDING, 1ULL Hai-gnuiM in Envelopes. The Leaf Job Oflice has some extra good circular envelopes, numbers 6 and OJ, at cut prices, hi lots of 2.000 to 10.- 000, either printed or plain. There are 7o,ooo of these envelopes and a bar gain in every one. CLARKSVILLE DISTRICT. and PICNIC WORK, And a well assorted stock of stationery always on hand. Lithographing - of - all - Kinds. Fourth Round Quarterly Meetings. Hal at Clarksviile, June iM. bUte Line, at .State Line. Julv fitli and (ith. Indian Mound, at Indian Monml ?..!. Iilil t .,. I. 1 jyiu ii u uuu 1..IH. Palmyra, at Tarsus. Julv 191,h unit loth. . . .Saline, ut Ilurr's Chanel. Jnlv "dlli i , - UIKI -(III. Montgomery, at Asburrv. Aue. 2il and .(nl. Pleasant View and Malorv's. nr i , . . , ...7. .uuiury-H, Aug. utn ana lutu. Asiiiaucl Citv. at Clifton's. Aucr. Kith and 17th. Aslmry. at flit, ('armel. Auir. 23rd ami ZilU. lied Hiver. at Martin's. Autr. 30th and 31st. Springfield, Sept. flth and 7th. Sadlersville and Adam's, at Adam's. Sept 13th and Hth. Cedar Hill, at liarreu Plains. Sent. Oth and 21st. Antioch, at Sent. 27th nml 28th. New Providence and P.ethel. at New rovldence, Oct. 4th and 5tli. W. K. Pkeiu.ks. ADDRESS, For all classes of work promptly given Attention to Mail Orders. BEAMB0M rs and Publishers, Clarlss-ville, : : Tennessee. Ayer'a Cathartic Pills re roenin luended by the best physician, ! cause they are free from calomel and other Injurious drugs, lxing eoniowd of purely vegetahle ingredients. While thorough in their action, they stimulate and strengthen the trowel and secretory organs. A LABOR COMMISSION. A New York t'iirr-.nitti Iiitrixlucra h Hill ! Ci-PHte One. Washington', July 81. Representa tive Farcitih.'ir, of New York, has intro duced a bill to create a commission to he known as the United State.! commis sion of the World's Comrress of Labor, to consist t f nine nieni! trs to he imnointed by the president. It snggo.sU that the president tdinll appoint two of these nieitil.ers from the National Farmers' Alliance, and the rest shall l e mimed by tiie American Federation of Labor and the Knilits of Labor, but no two of them shall lie from tho ennie state. The.-e fomitiissioiiers shall receive jhi annual salary of $:t,l)00, and the terms : ortice mall e.ine Dec. lit. l.s'ir,. it shall lie the duty of the commissioners to dhcuss labor in ail its phacs. The commission is authorized to invite. tlmmtdi the liresidcut, deleirntcs of oreign countries to lake part in (lie conference. Miitlttii CoiiHtlllilloiKil Filectlon. Jackson, Jtiss., Jnlv 31. The vote cast tliroiiL'hout the state Tnesdav was very quiet. There was no opposition to tli.' fourteen Democratic nominees to the constitutional convention for the state at lai Re. and the Democratic local nom inees were not opposed in as ninny as a half d'iseii comities. Lx-tlovenior Al corn ami e.-l'liiet Justice Hitnnill, tin two leading Itepiihlicans of the state were placed on the iH'inocrutic ticket and elected. Scenic I to Kvjny 111 Own lOxccnt Inn. SiiiANTON, Mi;-s., July 31. Henry Dudley, coloreil, was executed here Tuesday. The clime for wliicii he whs lianged A as the wilful murder of ltenrv HeiKe, a white sailor, about the 1st nf last April, there was no palliating cir cumstances attending the killing. Dud ley ascended the gallows without exhib iting an s urns of fear. There was a hiifje crowd present and he seemed to enjoy the intertst he was creating. Tr lug to (oii,t-miiN. -New liEOKouii, Mass., July 31.-Hathaway. Soitle & Harrington made a prop- osiuoii in m.'ir suiKing siioeiiiaKcrs, m which they offer to lake b.-cs those V4-orkiiien whose phuas have not Ihi'H rilled hy noii-uuiou men. Tic strikers Tuesday unanimously rejected the prc-iHHilioii. .4 in not y to t lie Kt-volutioiiUts, Paims, July 21. A linenos Ay res dis patch, dated Tuesday evening', states that a general amnesty has 1 ecu grant ed by the government to all who touk port in the iiiiuii-Ltuou. Thousands of certificates from em inent divines, lawyers, laborers, grate ful women trom the old and voumr sound the praise of King's Itoyal fler- metuer. It is as pleasant to take as lemonade, and, as was said by the late H. W. (Jrudy, it is "the ultima thule of medicine." Try it for Ca tarrh, Insomnia, Indigestion, Paral ysis, Oeneral Debility, Nervous Diw- orders, Uver, Itladder and Kidney inseuses. I2 1wtt FOR CHILDREN. REGULATES THE BOWELS & CURES Colic Cains, Nervousness, Summer -miiiahit. Sin e Throat, Sol e Mouth, Aridity of the Slnmm-h ''emulsions. DiimlKea. CIkiIci-:!. i nf.nitiiiii nml all diseases of Infancy and early childhood. It is jot iia.-eoiii:; Is iniivly veia-htlilo and harmless- EILERT'S EXTRACT OF TAR & WILD CHERRY. KorCoiiKh.-.. Colds, lloai-seness, Siiittini: of liloo-I lironcliitls. Astlima. lniliieiizti. 1'lcinisv. InHiim- niationn the blinds, Cainshi the Chcsi and first slaves oi ( onsiimiiiioii, EILERT'S DAYLIGHT LIVER PILLS : I tu 1 JUST ARRIVED ! A HANDSOME LINE And rar Sick Hcadaclie. chip Hillnnsncss mid ivmtti. Iiatioii. tenlate tho Stomach and hiver. Three splendid shov? cases for sale cheap. Apply to Kincannon. Jyld tf. o WM WW o 70H Horses, Cattle, H-gs, Sheep & Poultry IT rilHVf.iiJ v AND ClMtES All nisi-asps (-(million i.i thorn. This l'owdcr Is a ij'vt-r-iHiiniK remedy. A trial ot mm packane ..ill i ,1 ,v 1L. UNCLE SAM'S NEEVE and EONS LINIMENT, is mu nr:sT ciiiivtivk inn man and beast rven PRODUCED. It allord.i thn ntii.-kest relief from nain am pffi-ctsthn most permanent euro of any remedy (VI1KW II (O lll.OI. iet Uncle Sam's ICiikIIsIi and (".cvinan A II C liook from your diiit'isl. The iilmvc named liicriOtrliuia l?..ii,u,li..u i. n. U.-....1...H' r....... ii- .in hi- n, , ur . wrtr,inilia irvtlt- Ing Surup, Eilert's Extract of Tur urn I Wild Cherry, Silert ii Daiiliyht Lhur fills, Uncle Sam's Condition r-owaei aim uncle Sam llnlnwnt lire made, hy tho Emmert Proprietary co. cmicaco'ill. GENTLEMEN, CALL AND EXAMINE. G-OR ItKI) JtOILIMS Amnion iii is one of the lest known prod uct of the l.ilxiratorv. If, us seems to In justly claimed for J, the application of it pmix'rties to the purposes of rooking re us lighter anil more whnlo liisciiits ami mke it will prove l)(Kn to (lysjveplie hiinianity, and will speedily f.iree itself Into ireni-ral ts tu the new field to which science lias assigned It. I rv.Muent Harrison, ttceouipdnu-u oy Postmaster ticneial Waiirtinakrr, Seere tary lJrocUr, Attorney (ieurral Miller, of tils cabinet, and lieu. Scliolicld isiteU tha IViiusy Ivhiiih slate KHard em ainpiniut al Mount OrvUia, I' , lburIi. lailtecil. Dr. Beaumont liaa taken the nffiev rooms at the resi dence of Mrs. Dr. Mclveynohis. 4ifj Franklin Btroet, wtrv he may lp con sulted from thiH date. Hi-nm, T;.'i(i to N:t a. in ; 12 to 1 ; 3 to 4 and H to 10 o'clock p. in. - jHiK-M.dtf A. T. Jones, late with J. F. CouK SriSINGS, situated In Macon eonnly, ),M feet aliove the sea level, AVr i(.-f, S't'if FiirHitui'r, New Mtiuigement. It ATKS: JS H) to f 10 per week, (According to location.) KleKsnt. new Hotel, together with a lniye Tioi-I'ln Alley and Ha I IlIioiimc. Thn hot Hiilpiinr Itiiths me very highly recommended in itiieiiiiiaii-iu, mkiii linn liliHHl dlseiiscs. The wnlers nr- wondeifitl ntjcots In the ticiilnifiit, or Clfidder, Kidney mid Liver ('(inipliiiets, mid are well known Kir the Miniiy ciikk they have iiccompllshed In (inivel Tth'phoiile. coniliiiin leal Ion Willi Nasl'vlllc. lOH'TIi : Via Cnllnlln and WeKtinorelund, 0.1 via Lebanon and t'Hrlhsge, Kill KOI I.I MI KPIIINO ., Jeis,:im d Muoon County, Ten n CHste. For sale, wholtsalo and retail hy Lockert & ItctrnohlH, '.IniKgist. Irish linen, Crane's linen, while nnd tinted linen, laid and wove linen, for the typo-writer and general linsiness corn-si. omleiice, at. the LKAI'-t llltxi CLK Job Kooms. Fine papers, plain and ruled, always in stock and as (dieap as the same grades can lie got- ten anywhere. JIiisiiicsh men who want good wtationery will consult their interest by examining our stock. We carry the best brands in the above good and in Hiiperlino and I la x (papers) for correspondence and bills. MAM, The Tailor, Franklin Street. I CALIGRAPHI 0J Clarksviile Liquor Store, S. BAER & CO., Proprietors, trmr FASTEST AND BEST. I ca i mi W-P 3. , J o , a 1. Dealers in W IiieIiiol WiiiiL BrpjiiiiE CheapGjsti-Machine on the " Market Kor clrcnlarH and other Information apply at the I.RAr-Ull koniclic Oflice to W. O. Agt. ANNO UNCEMENTS. Gins, Etc. We carry a comp!ete line of Cigars, Tobacco and Smokers' Articles. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. Ffl niniftlw' re oulhdrlzed U nn- U. UalHCI IHiUhCH K l. I ,m h-I KM B eniKtliliil hir rc-elcetlun fur I In-int Conrl I'lei k Hi t lie eiiHiihig Augunt ml Inn. FOR REGISTER. lamas h RranfWe ""laorluml jauics rt. uiftiiiti niiiKiunic .im-.-i A. Grunt H ramlidiite f;ir iU-krl-lcr lor Monl iromory county, ul tho eimulng Augunt tleo-liou. Bole agents Suclis I'rudons Oinger Ale, Alf aixl Alf Ale and I'orter. A. ii. DiinlaiiA C lobaccos. b. J. and J. tl. Mott.'a ! Lr:;i.-nl i Mi i nun. : . a - - - has opened a shop fur repairing all rab Apple and Cliampngne Cider, Crcfict-nt Jlrevvin Co.,8 justly kinds nf liirniture and nnikiiiu hair. Cole lira ted iciirf l!r-cr. (livo tin n enll v . cott'in and Imix spring mattreHses, at 112 South First Ktreci. Orders nml; Cf T 1 17" T" JF ff r ' work Holicilisl .! uuiir..,.!!,... mJ sr - ' - .-.. m kiiiii' T llnidA w "l'ono the I5i Black Hear. f , FOR OONHTAIiLE. T Karan1h(irlz1 to annonnee S VMIfKL t T !. HS FY ss enntlnlaic for rn-rim-llim 1 1 the !! f njitiUa !. iho l wclftli dl I triet, at ih. enduing AURUiit eleminu. VCRhHilhnrtxtsI l nnnoiiiie IIKNItY 1.. l,At;K I'HiidiiliiK- for I v.n-iiiiild uf the Twvlti It district at the Augnxtt-li-cllon. CLAKKSVILLE FsmaIe:MAcadGmy. A Hchool for the hlnht-r diltnre ot yonna mo. lueu and git In. DR. C. G. VILSON, . HOMCEOPATUIST, (rniver-ity f.f Michigan.) OFFICE l orni-r Main and Second. HOUKS-7 tna. m. 1 to 1 and tn f P in. KINDEUGARTKS DEPARTMENT. Illtndwlinn nw Iinll.lln. iit'Hii.iiy KM'ftllnri. 1'crinn roMoiiHlild. lumni per month. Kali IVrin oii Hon timber J. lw Hood for Cat I(kii, UliH. JS.U. BPFOKD VtlatAfX. inlhllng flDely M)u1im hupeiior BUvautatfaa. DEJSTIST Ofrp.:rnrnfr1(I mi Kranklln Mia Hoom nj, j,r C'HljttijImu ... riiicton, harnr-" and nmrf- for Ha? JyHd-iw JI.;:. A.muews.