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15 CENTS PER WEEK BBANDON 4 BABKSDALE, PROP'8. Jos Washington Against It. The writer meeting a solid old wheeler, Inquired : "How is politic In the country?" "Oh, not much," he replied, and then put the ques tion, "l)o you know how Joe Wash ington wtanrts on the Hub-troiiHury bill?" ''No," we answered. "Well," said he, "I do ; he is against it and I am with him. One of our mriurt brethren wrote Joe about it and I Haw his answer, and there was no equivocation about it; no double dealing or s'raddling; he hit it wjuare from the shoulder and that is the way 1 like Tor u public man to do. I do despise a dodger and a trimmer for office. Joe Washington will do lor the farmers to tie to every time, lie thinks such a law impracticable and would prove a very dangerous trap for farmers, and he is right about it. All thinking farmers arc beginning to see it in that light." Mr. Blaine's reciprocity policy car ried out would put wool with other things on the free list, but the Semite will hardly agree to this while the Ilepublican wool growers of Ohio are clamoring for more protection. The truth is the more protection they get the lower the price of their wool. The woolen manufacturers have the growers at their mercy and use them to rob the people. Protec tion excludes foreign woolens, and wool growers haviDg no oilier mar ket the home mills tlx the price and take just enough of the product to mix with their cotton, so as to palm off their shady goods on the people, In competition with all wool for eign goods which must pay the tariff. Hisoock blowed off his bazzoo in the Henate the other day. The Couriei -Journal correspondent says "the way Voorhees did climb up the spinal column of Hlscock was a cau tion; that the stiff necked, aristo cratic Hlscock slunk from the cham ber before Voorhees had completed his speech." The same writer sayi "Iliscock is Indeed and in fact a pufled-up peacock, who thinks a thousand times more of himself than anybody else." That is just the way with all of the family. Alf. Taylor should have a little re spect for his brother when denounc ing the Ktate administration, litit then it don't niHke any. difference. Hob didn't exhibit any regard lor Alf when denouncing that infamous, treasonable, contemptible, atrocious, assassinating force bill, which All voted for, although he said it was not needed in his district. Louis Baxter thought the business men would Mipport him on a moder ately decent platform with the force bill left out, in preference to ltuclntn an, and he kicked like a blind steer, obstinately refusing for nearly two hours to accept the nomination, but he finally swallowed the hitter dose, after previously denouncing the force bill. lioHsHouk, Alf. Taylor and Clay Kvanscame from Washington to boss the Republican convention, that is to secure a platform endorsing Muni son, themselves and the force bill, all of which they accumplisht d, ami which would have failed hut for their presence and earnest work. Blaine's attacks have forced lteed to tighten his surcingle. Another tilt from the plumed knight would cause the czar of the House to drop his belly band entirely, from pure shrinkage. Orand Annual Kxcurmon To the Henshoi-p via Ij. & X. and ('. & ). routes. White Sulphur Smiiics, Richmond, Old Point and Norl'ok visited en mute. A special train com MHed of elegant coaches anil Tollman Bleeping 'Hl, will leave Louisville at lil:4rp. in. on Tuesday, August IHili, 1S!K), reaching Old Point (contort next evening at p. m. The round hip rates to Old Point is only llli.no In, in tllarksville. Pascengers will leave on regular train leaving Clarksville ai The train will run under the nil HplecM of the t'liesapenke & Ohio U'j Company, In charge of Mr. W. A Wilgua, traveling passenger agent, formerly of llopkinnville, Ky. Re duced rates at the llygeia Hotel, Old Point romfort, can de Meeiired upon presentation of (.'. & O. special excur sion tickets. Hpeclal attention will he paid to ladies without vseorts. Sleeping car tteeoininoduiiniifi will de provided, I'Ui m oruer io nave choice of !erths, application should tie made to W. A. Wilgus, 'JV! Knnrtli Avenue, liouisville, Ky., at once. Weeping car rates will lie Sl.oo for Perth, Iioulsvllle to Old Point, to lie occupied dv one or two persons; liouisvitle "to Clifton Forge W o), to lie occupied by one or two persons. Special side trip excursions can lie made from Old Point at low rates. Stop over privileges will he grunted on th reti'in trip, enabling excur ttlnnlsU to visit Kichtnoiiil, White Sulphur Springs, uud other celedrated resorts. The ehoiee'of routes between Kich inond and Clifton Forge will be given. KxeursioiiisU may return ell her via Charlottesville and Staunton, or via Lynchburg nod Natural liridge along lb James river. Tickets will Pe gooi returning until SepteniU't- :i, lsim. HuihImi Inn k j descriptive of scenery along the line will le mailed to hiiv person upon up-1 plication to W. A. Wilgus, '.'.Vi Fourth j Avenue, Louisville, Ky., or t" .-t nt ! 1- A N. fU- Hire couk h fur rent. A j ply . to f5. B. Wilson. julyiui.lwd 1 The laute ol Poor Health Is often found in the neglect of one's own self. A light cold or flight head ache is treated as not requiring much attention; the assumption being that they will noon pass off, and it is only when a case of full-fledged nickness de velops ilself that the consequences of that neglect are fully realized. As a preventive and positive cure forConghs, Colds, Hoarseness, Spitting of blood, Asthma, Pains in the Chest nud first stages of consumption, use Eilert's Ex tract of Tar and Wild Cherry, and for sick Headache, Torpid Liver, Dys pepsia, Nervousness and all Bilious Complaints, use Eilert's Daylight Liver Pills. Both are guaranteed. For sale, wholesale and retail, by Lockert & Reynolds, druggists. COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Meeting- Calif d August 4. The County Democratic Executive Committee will meet at the office of Leech & Savage, in Clarksville, on Monday, August 4, 1890. The meet ing is for the tianasactlon of impor tant business and every ir ember is earnestly requested to attend. H. N. Lkj-x h, chairman. W. E. Beach, secretary. Clarkiville Female Academy. A Boarding and Day School for the higher culture of girls and young wo men. Kuperior advantages from the Kin dergarten to the Post Graduate courses. Special attention given to Art, Mu sic and Elocution. Buildings new and complete in equipments. Send for catalogae. Mits, E. O. Bukoiii), Principal, Clarksville, Tennessee. iuneLVvlAw.Sni. Ayer's Cathartic Pills are recom mended by the best physicians, be cause they are free from calomel and other injurious drugs, being composed of purely vegetable ingredients. While thorough in their action, they stimulate and strengthen the bowels and secretory organs. A BAXTER STREET EPISODE. flow a SO'i-n i'huHU mid a Long Chuse LxciU'il tlio People. The quiet and pcaccalilo r.ir of Baxter street was rent into many loiitf and raufjed strips by a series of shrieks. Among them were the shrill tones of u woman's voice raised in fear or anger. A crowd came up, as such crowds will, from between the very paving slum's, and stood in a changing mass on the vomer of Hark row. They had not long to wait. Insensibly they parted and gave way to a young inun running rapidly and followed by several women. The young man was short and so stout Mint tie seemed to have sonic difficulty in running, though he Kit over the ground very fast. The women were some of them young and some old. All were bareheaded and most of them worn stiilly starched cul-i.-o wrappers that rustled as they ran mid eaiii;ht them about the ankles. "Catch him! Stop him!" cried the youngest of the women, who led the oth ers. "Stop Mm! Hold on to him, I say!" and then as no one seemed to pay the slightest heed to her exhausted screams she began to breathe forth in short pants threats of vengeance!. "Just let. inu catch you mice, you young thief! Just let me get my hands on youl" And with tliat she sped on faster and faster, and nioiviiml more disheveled. Despite her efforts t he young man stead ily gained on his pursuer, although ho had ;,wice to dodge an. I double on a policeman liud a youn;: lad who made a feint of obey ing the woman's shrill command to "catch Mm." The lively sprinting that the young man did in t hat block between liuxtcr and Mulberry streets so won upon the laughing people that they fairly cheered him us lie went , only to change tlio eh.vrs to a grunt of ('.i.'iuppoiutmont us he stubbed Ms toe ami f ll. Kravely he struggled to hii feet and gathered Miiis If together. Alas! for the brave spirit. Alas! for t he treasure he had held in his hand. It was too late! The crowd gathered closer and so beilgeil him in that belorc he could escape, the women were at Ids hecln. Due ten iiied look the young man cast over his shoulder. A sec. ind later ho was caught by the skirts, imprisoned by two st roll!' -r arms than his and spanked. Ili ar bit lit man! Ilrave little man! You have our sympathies, but you must learn in your early youth not to steal your mot hci 's pie. New York World. How to laijny a liiiuil C'lir. A cigar dealer on Park row gives a les ion on how to smoke for pie. u. ire. "Few people know how to smoUc it cigar to enjoy it," said he. ".Most men after buying llieir cigars stick them between t heir teeth and i ;:i:nv t he ends off reckless ly, tearin ; and I. "s:-ii i 11; : t he wrapper i:i many iu-t.-niees; light Ih 'ir ci. Mrs and p'.ilf away as if their very lives depended on (inishiii them. In m lay iustaiuvs the linost cigar will burn irregularly, and smoheis. lay the blam o:i the cigar. "The cigar may be to blame, but in most instances the fault lies in the way it is handled. Alter the cigar b us be. mi bought the end t'ho ild tic cut smoot lily off by the clipper. The reverse end should b. placed in the mouth and the cigar blown through. This removes nil the little particles of dust which cannot be avoided in manufacture and prevents them from being inhaled into the throat and from prod icing coughing. "The cigar should then In- lighted, and part icnlar attention sh .ul 1 be paid to its U'ing thoroughly ignited all over thesur face of the cad. Instead of puffing away like a steam engine, three or four puffs every" minute make the best, way in which to enjoy the smoke. The smoke should be kept in the mouth a short time in order to appreciate the flavor. Then it should be emitted slowly. "In cnp one side of the cigar should burn anil leave a ragged edge on the other side, it is not necessary to relight, as 1 have seen many people do. A gent la blow through the cigar toward the lighted end will ignite the ragged side and it will barn regularly. Smoking this way is a pleas ure. It I rets me to see a man smoking n cigar who does not know bow to enjoy it." New York Evening Sun. Ki'rl-f.uir Mil.- of tli. The ssf tacle of forty-four miles of cabs is enough to make any one shudder, yet that is the length to which the l,omlon cabs would extend if they were plaetsl in a line. There is only standing room foi twenty-three miles of calls, so that Uiudon lias twenty-one miles of cabs alwa) wandering ulsnit its streets. Chatter. IVrnlluiii lr tf Kiicllli. The Knglish language sounds funny to a foreigner. "I will roiii by and by and buy a hi j cycle," said a traveler, ami the shop j kis er hail an attack of brain fever Irvine j to make out bat be inrai-t - Al'y Slcnr' j 111 UJ-VA NEW3 IN BRIEF. A Condeuaatlun of Interesting Item om Vai'iuua Subject. The Omaha Republican, the oldest daily there, has quit. Congressman Breckinridge, of Arkan sas, has been renominated. The Michigan Prohibitionists have put a Partridge at the head of their ticket. A meteor of extraordinary brilliancy was seen by many people of Chicago Tues day night. Premier Mercier will leave for France in September to negotiate the conversion of tho Quebec debt. Advices from North Carolina and Vir ginia indicate that the tobacco crop will be large and of flue quality. Hon. James It. Heilly was renominated fo- eongrc-js by t he Democrats of the Thir teenth Pennsylvania district. haporte, Ind., will set up the eiitertdiu uient for the Republican stato editorial convention Aug. ati, 27 and SS. Mrs. Graves, of Mt. Olivet, Teuu., is tho grandmother ami great-grandmother of 110 living people. She is W years old. Demented Farmer Van Ularicum at Martinsville, Ind., cured his diseased brain by blowing it out with a shotgun. The steamship Majestic has crossed tho Atlantic in 0 days, 'ii hours, 5S uiiuutes, the third ship to cross iu less than seven days. Tho Socialist Kruger, at Gubea, has Leiin sentenced to six months imprison ment lor defaming the iustitutiju oc mar riage. In the burning of the house of Joseph Hutto, living some twelve miles from Lincoln, Xeh., his 4-year-old daughter per ished. At Mechanicsburg, Pa., Jeremiah Mil ler, a woodchopper, tatally shot his wife and then killed himself with the same gun. Jealousy. Mrs. Perciu Marsh found life not worth living since her husband's death, jumped into tho Olentaugy river at Columbus, O., and followed him. Local option ordinance of Coalton, O., has been torn out of the council records of that city; IV) for you if you will catch and convict tho fellow who did it. Drill engine at Sand Creek limestone quarry, two miles south of d'reeusburg, Hid., exploded, killing John Paul and wounding several others, sonic fatally. A house in course of erection a t Frank fort collapsed Wednesday, burying four teen workmen iu the ruins. Two ol tho men were killed and several badly in jured. At Nashville, Teun., Hon. Lewis T. Baxter, of Davidson county, w us nomi nated tor governor by acclamation. He is a capitalist and president of the Nashville Commercial cluu. Chemical analysis of tho contents of the stomach of Elmer Bradford, the C-ytar-oid boy found iu a voodoo doctor's vault at Columbus, proves Unit the child was pois oned before lieing put there. The Kleventh district Democratic con vention at Jlillsboro, ()., took 105 ballots without choice. At Washington C. H., the Republicans continued balloting until the Ufiwa, without material change. Sworn statements of the superintend ent, tiled wita the county assessor, show that the total ore yield of the Comstock lode mines during tlie quarter ended Jiu.c ao, IS'.W, aggregated SS.iWa tons, yielding l,aoj,0 in ouilion. The next series of games scheduled at l'ttlsourg between the Piitsburg National League cluh and the Brooklyn, Cincinnati anil Chicago National League clubs have been transferred to the latter cities. Poor patronage is given as the cause. Daviu Randall, a Decatur, I tut., car riage dealer, yot oil a wild drunk, and, w OH a yearning to do snnething humor ous, hroke into Airs. .Jennie iJlielps' resi dence, gathered up her entile waidiolju and drove aliout scattering pieces of femi nine attire I rout his buggy i.. broad day ligut until arrested. Foreign otes. It has been decided to establish a dove cot of CM carrier pigeons at Brest for syu service. The Turkish summer resort, Heudik, has been totally destroyed by tiro. Several persons were burned to death. A dispatch from .Mecca reports that the choicr.i is raging at that place, the deaths lroin the diswtse averaging eighty daily. Speculators in Japan are buying up all the lieu and holding it for excessive prices, wh-le, on account of the failure of the crop, the poor people are starving. It is announced at Mozambique that a Portuguese naval lieutenant named Coiitinhs has seized the British African Lake company's stunner, the James Ste venson, at Chiromo, and has sent the crew to Qiiilimane for t rial. The Archduchess Valerie, the daughter of L'mpcror Fraucis Joseph, was married Thursday to Archduke Francis Salvator, in the parish church at Ischl, in the pre-i-ence ot the emperor and empress. Many court dignal lilies from Vienna and the mayor and other functionaries of the to.vn were present. The happy couple were cousins, the groom being the se.-oud son of the Archduke Karl Salvator. The Salvation Army is expending tlaO, tOJ for new barracks at Shellield ami Birmingham. Clitics of the army are pointing out that it is passing through the stages w hich have formed the history of all religious orders. First, poverty and simplicity unalloyed, accompanied by rapid growth in influence ami member ship. Second, less poverty, less simplic ity, less growth, less influence, but more apparent importance. Third, wealth and decay. CONGRF55 due lliiiulreil iiiul r:ik'lit)-l h-st flav in the senate Mr. Shci-nan oll'ei'ed an ami'iidmeiit to the deticiency appropria tion bill tor TiO.lKlO to mark the boundary line bet ween the Cnite.l States ami Mex ico. The resolution to meet at 10 a. ni. was agree ! to, in.d the tariff debate re sumed and continued until adjournment. In the bouse The sundry civil appro priation bill was laid aside I ir the confer ence report on the district appropriation bill, which was agreed to. The irrigation amendment to the sundry civil appropria lion bill was considered until adjourn ment. Quart"! KfHiilts In Mui-tler. Wahkkn, Ark., Ang 1. Levi Ware, a fanner who lived near this place, was 'hot and killed by Jerry Frazier, a la Isner, wko worked on an adjoining farm. The shooting was the result of a quarrel over the trespass of a drove of hogs. Imperial I k. St. Pktkksbuuu, Aug. 1. The imjier ial ukase has lieen issued forbidding further oiieratioi's by Protestant mis sionaries, especially in Western Russia, n penalty of the offenders King con ducted to the frontier. Dr. Beaumont fas taken the office rooms at the resi lience of Mrs. lr. Hcltey nobis. 4Hi Franklin stieet, where he may Is? con sulted from this date. Hours, 7:."i to s:.:o a. m ; l'J to 1 ; :i to 4 and H to 10 o'elock p. m. juneU.dtf A. T. Jones, late with J. F. Gouts, has oH'tiod a shop for rcmiring all kinds of furniture and making hair, cotton nnd Ihix spring mattresses, at 112 South First street. Orders and work solicited and sati-faetion guar anteed. 7-tJunU-w To Cure Sick Animals or Fatten Cattle Requires only good 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 lay if mixed with their food occasionally. For sale, wholesale and retail, by Lockert & Reynolds, druggists. W. O. Brandon, at the Leaf Chroniolk oflice, is agent for the "Caligraph," one of the best ami 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 tho purchase of a writiug machine. There are now five or six Caligraphs in the city and all are giving perfect satisfac tion. The Want of Children. All fretful, crying, nervous children are unwell and only require proper 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. WinchelL'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 of one bottle will prove its great ctlicacy. For sale, wholesale and retail, by Lockert & Reyuolds, druggists. Kargaiiis in Envelopes. The Leaf Job Oflice has some extra good circular envelopes, numbers 0 and 6J. at cut prices, iu lots of 2,000 to 10, boO, either printed or plain. There are 75,000 of these envelopes and a bar gain In every one. CLARKSVILLE DISTRICT. Fourth Bound Quarterly Meeting. Clarksville, June 29. State Linn, at State Line, July ,5th and tith. Indian Mound, at Indian Mound, Jylu 12th and 13th. Palmyra, at Tarsus, July 19th and 20th. Saline, at Rurr's Chapel, July 2Gth and 27th. Montgomery, at Asburry, Aug. 2d and 3rd. Pleasant View and Malory's, at Malory's, Aug. 9th and 10th. Ashland City, at Clifton's, Aug. lGth and 17th. Ashury, nt Mt. Carmel, Aug. 23rd and 24th. lied River, at Martin's, Aug. 30th and 31st. Springfield, Sept. 6th and 7th. Sadlersville and Adam's, at Adam's, Sept 13th and 14th. Cedar Hill, at Harren Plains, Sept. 20th and 21st. Antioeh, nt Sept. 27th and 28th. New Providence and Bethel, at New Providence, Oct. 4th anil 5th. W. It. Pkkbi.ks. Thousands of certificates from em inent divines, lawyers, laborers, grate ful women troni the old and young sound the praise of King's Royal Ger inetuer. It is as pleasant to take as lemonade, and, as was said by the late II. VV. (irady, it is "the ultima thule of medicine." Try it for Ca tarrh, Insomnia, Indigestion, Paral ysis, Genera! Debility, Nervous Dis orders, Liver, .Bladder and Kidney Diseases. 12 1 wd Three splendid show cases for sale cheat). Apply to Kincannon. Jyldtf. RED ISOIL1NG SPRINGS, situated In Muc.on comity, MUO Jeet above the sea level. Xrm lli'til, AVic Furniture, New Management. ItATliS: S rm to tfio per week, (According to locution.) KlPnut new Hotel, together with a lurKC Ten-Pin Alley mid Hat Ii-Imiomc. Ths hot Sulphur lisths lire very hlKl'ly reootnnieixleil In ltlieiimall-m, Hk in and Hloocl diseases The witters tire wonderful nent In lite Irealiueiit ol Plmlder, Kidney anil blver I'otiiplsti Is, n i ul lire well known lor Hie inmiy ein-i-s thev have acpuiiipllslied In (Oiiv'el Telephonic coiiiniunleattoii Willi Nashvlll". IU H ITU : Via (iHllntln nnd Westmoreland, (u via l.ciinnuii aim CnrlliRKe. Itt;ll IIOII.IN41 KI'ltINO CO., Jeis:!m it Miicoii County, Toiinessie. aw Q 2 Clarksville Liquor Store, S. BAER & CO., Proprietors, Dealers in WMk, Wiii.ec. mmm Gins, Etc. We carry a complete line ol Cigars, Tobacco and Smokers' Articles. Sole agents Sac-lis I'rudens Uinarer Ale, Alf awl Alf Ale ami l'orter. A. L. 1 ii nlai .V (3 Tobaccos, S. If. aiulJ. V. Mott'n celt InUxl Crab Apple and Cliumpugne Cider, Crescent Brew nig Co.,s jubtly celebrated export Beer. (Jive us a call. I Si;n ol tlie Big Black Bear. JQB.s BOOK COMMERCIAL -2- FIRST-CLASS STOCK used and attention given to detail that Insures ATTRAG1 IVE ANO SATISFACTORY WORK. WEDDING, And a well assorted stock of stationery always on hand. ' LithograpHing - of - all - Kinds. HIS IXX!Bvr.rX!!Ej3 BRANDON v & v BARKSDALS, Olarfes-ville, : : FOR CHILDREN. REGULATES THE BOWELS & CURES Colic Piilns, Nervousness, Hummer Cuiiiiualnt, Sore Throat, Sore Mouth, Aciilily of tlie Sluiiiach I 'iiiiviilsiiins. Iiiarrliu-a, Cholera liihiuttmi, ami all diseases of Infancy and early cIiIIiIIioihI. It is wt uaiCuMc; Is purely vegetable and harmless- EILERT'S EXTRACT OF TAR & WILD CHERRY. KorCoiiKlis. Colds, Hoarseness, Spitting of lilood Itroni'liitis, Aslluna, Inlliicnza, 1'leiu isy, liill.un niiit lun of the l.uiiKs, l'aiiisin tlie Chest and II i si stages of Consumption. EILERT'S DAYLIGHT LIVER PILLS lor Sli k Headache, cure Biliousness and Consti pation. llcKUlalc the Stomach and l.ivcr. Horses, Cattle, -gs, Sheep & Poultry IT l'RKVi'.u l-j AND OCKliS All Disease common i. tliem. This 1'owder Is a never-falllUK remedy. A trial of one inti'Lagc. will prove It. UNCLE SAM'S NERVE and BONE LINIMENT, IS THK llRSr CI'IMTIVK roil MAN AND BEAST EVER PRODUCED. It afiiinls tho qui kest relief from mtu unit effects the must permanent euro of any remedy now known to man. (let Uncle Sam's Kimlisli and (iennan A V (' lioiik' from your tiniKgist. The ahmc named liicrltin lims Ueniedles, viz.. Dr. Wlr.chell'a Tcetti ing Syrup, Eitert'8 Extract of Tar anj Wild Cherry, Citert'a Dauiitht Liver Pills, Uncle Sam's Condition Powder and Uncle Sam's Liniment are made !) Ihc EMMERT PROPRIETARY CO. CMICAGO ItL. For sale, wholesale and retail by Lfx'kfrt A Kctrri'ildH, '.lruiht. Irish liniMi, frane's linen, while noil tinted linen, laid and wove linen, for the type-writer and general litisincss eorresoondeiiee, at the Lhak-Cuhni-ci.k Job Kooms. Tine paiiors, plain and ruled, always in otock and us cheap us the same grades can lie pit ten anywhere. ItiisiuesB men who want good stationery will consult their interest liy examining our stock. We carry the hest hiiinds in the uhnve goods and in superfine ami ll.-ix (papers) for correspondence and hills. S. BAER (SCO. PRIM In all its forms, NEATLY and QUICKLY Job For the Lowest Living Prices. HEADQUARTERS FOR- KALL and PICNIC WORK, For all classes given Attention ADDRESS, Printers and Publishers, JUST ARRIVED ! A HANDSOME LINE GENTLEMEN, CALL AND EXAMINE. F. T. GORMAN, The Tailor, Franklin Street. 'Wls ToTsirTlolite tho I fay!' I CALIGRAPH 0 l"H H c3 FASTEST Gh9apGsrplrst-clas3 Machine on tho Markat For circulars nml otlicr Information Apply nt the Licaf-Ciibonici.e Office to W. O. BRANDON, Agf. ANNO UNCEMENTS. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. Ffl nan!o-w" rf iiiiltiorlncil to d , U. UalilCI nniincn K 1). liiinM-l mi ciiiiilliliin- lor rc-WwIlim for Iroull t'ouit Clerk ul tlie cliHiiiuH AUKUsl"tiiiii, FOR REGISTER. lampc A nranfw rH "niiioriwsi Jaliica rt. Ul alll i, nuiiotiiii-n .linioii A. (irnnt'M ctuiiiiilHU for Kcitl.itcr lor MonU ifonici-y county, ut liw ensuing Anijiisi t;lte tlon. . ' t' r'OR CONHTAM.K. "lIT'KarninlliorlWMl lo announce H AMI' K.I. liAIINh' hh a ciiiiiliitati lor rc-i-liM-Mini lo the orll f miiiKtiililn In Hie 'I wclttti dis trict, at tlie i'iixiiIiik AiiRil Flection. Y'l'- mitluirinscil In iitinouuci- HKNItV l ( I.AHK h canill'lutn mr l'oiilnM ,,f tlm Twi-inh illslrlct ut I lie Aiitftixl i-lti-lloii. DR. L Q. WILSON UOMCEOPATUIST, (rniversity of Michigan.) OFFICE-Corner Main and Second. HOUKS-T to ' a. in. I to:s and (i to 1' ni- jeJ TING DONE at tho WORK of work promptly to Mail Orders. Hoonis, And J1 AND BEST. CLARKSVILLE Femal9:Academy A Kchool for tlie Metier culture of yooni wo Inuu anil Ktrls. -:- KIND KIIO A RTEN DEPAItTMENT. -:- timilliy UmiUnu. Muporlor mivnulMjiim. Hoiiril li f?r month. Kail Term open September JL Henii for Cafaloan. HUH. K.o. liDKOHl) Prinelpal. -CQPJ J SS 1JKNTI8T OtTlce.-ronnirW ami rranklluHln., inorn wan in' Laljaulm. l-hn ton, l,Urn ami mare for sale jyMd-lw H.E. Avi.rkv. A