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University Scholarships. Chas. Clark Dead. MWM npALJ?.wj mi Abso Jtoly Pure. A cream of tarliir linking powder. ItlKtiost oOlll In InaviMiliiK M.r;iigl.li. t'. & Uovern mriit Itiimrt, Any. 17, Hist). ROYAL HAKINU POWHKK CO., 1041 Wall Hlrettt. New York. i-Li Friday Kvkxino, Oct. 17. 15 CENTS PER WEEK. Louisville & Nashville Railroad. Tr ilni lunvc Clai kvll!e ns tol lows : mouth : tin. 101, Fant Mull H: r. m No.lti.l, Kaht KxpresH.ilally 7:14 A. M north : No.1112, Kaxt Kx r'r!SK,l:illv :5.ri p. M No.lUI, KattMall 5:to A. U ICI.KTON ACCOMMODATION. Arrive fl:f5a.m. Depart P-m OI.ARKHVIM.lt AND PRINOKTOW. Mnll nnd TxnrnHH Arrives ...:10n.m. Mail Hurt Kx promt y 4:XI p. in. Mixed l.nil ii iii'iIvin Mil p. m. Mixed train leaves cSiain .1. V. Kccsce in attending Tarsus Grange fair today. K. H. UoHHingtun returned from Jlopkinsvil'c this morning. Jus. P. Gill, Frank l.uckner and J. V,. Klilrr arc in Lexington Ky. ('apt. IIitihIou's horse, Patnnh, won the three minute trot at Paris yesterday. Tarsus Grange fair, near Oirlwin dale, began yesterday and continues to-day rind to-morrow. The fiiirat 1 Iopkinsville is attract ing large cr wls, and the display of stock is reported good. Joseph Rosen field has moved into his hand-ouie cottage, comer Com merce and Fiflh streets. Itev. V. G. Ilenhy, "Iheold man eloquent," was in the city (lis morn ing en rmite lionic Irotn ("onlerincc Jtev. V. A. Turner, of tin? Antiocli circuit, will move his family to Ids new appoin'meiit in Giles county next week. A. Iv Garner, of Sprmglleld, will Hpeak Imre on the L'Dlh of October. There will be a good crowd here on that lny. Mrs. Frank Monroe, one of tlx prominent ladies of I liipkinsville, died yesterday an l was hurled tlii morning at Ktissellville. It-V. -I. I!. West is exp cled in Hie city to-morrow, and it is supposed that he will preach at the Mi thodisl church Sunday morning and night lr. I. W. I'ssery was in town to day, and reported tvihoid lever, m the form of an epidemic, in the Ycr non Furnace vicinity, on the south side. The merchants' stake lor 2 year old trotters, at the llipkiuvilc fair yes terday, was won by Willie Klgin, luvnc.l hy A. I). Pi ice, of G.iPatin, in 2:5!M. Jordan S. liro'vn, of Springlield, a notice of whose illness app ared n lew days ago in the I l' ( n i:onci,k died Tuesday morning and a huried yesterday. The grand jury rt I (resden yesh r- ilay returue i an indictment against the negro Wesley Nail ling, who is in jail here for safe-keeping, for high way robbery and an assault with in tent to kill. Rev, R. K. Travis Mid wife will leu ve to-morrow for Sja iuglield. Mr. Travis will preach (here Sunday and the lirst of the week will return to New Providence to prepare for moving to l is new work. The McKinley hill advanced prices ol woolen goods. Our prices are less than cost of production. I. Rosen feld tit Sons. ol.'J.tf l. idies gi nuino French-kid button shoes at fj.tm per pair at 1. Roseiifcld V Sons. ol.'i.lf Trunks and vnliccs at pi in s tied will astonUh veil. I. Rosen feld A Sous. ' oi:;,tr Mi n's hoys' and "children's hats at i 1 1 h alt value at I. Rosenfe'd A Sens. ol.'J.tf (lor ,1. Prices !.-. n i- at tree trade prices, an cost ot imiuu'ac ' -ni. I t A Soil . tin it!'. I. i; olit.tf 1 1 yds. y,u 1 sof tiiiish for v lehl A Sons. n 11 e Mcacli domestii 1 "aty at 1. Uosen t:!.tf I'llv'ttlii's id the Island. od street. Conic r el i. WilJJIHI and M'f n-. 1 d l i i ices nt iv nihil ai. 'i lii order to ic'luce our l m k f.ir in t l.o .lavs, sell buggies, will in A '., at pi ices lower man ever oiim.i on this market. rsi AM.u:i W'aoon ( o. m l il,lm.:'l. Ji-sr i:reia I o. The nict-st lot of country hams and slamldeis ot thei rit'lixolt. A D A MS A NKIU.KTT. Tli Court Slowly Grinding Along on Caaea of If ore or Lea Importance. Chancery court Is slowiy moving along, and Is clearing I ho docket of a few case and getting others uuder headway. The lawyers tell a pretty good one on Clerk & Master Gholson. lie was sittingat his desk copying a bill when a fellow from the country, who had been at every term of trie court for the last six years trying to get a suit de cided, came in and asked Gholson if there was any chance to get a mule into Chancery. Gholson told hini he didn't know about that, but would like to know why he wanted to get his mule into Chancery court. "Well," said the fellow, "I've got one that I can't keep anywhere else, and it I could get him into your court I think he would stay." The Clerk and Master ordered the cigars. While the Chancery court is a slow one, it has decided the following cases since the last report : W. I. Holmes vs. Isaac Itamey ; decree of sale. Millie Morrris vs. Louis Morris; suit dismissed at the cost of defen dant. Franklin Bank vs. W. A. Quarles et als ; decree according to the allega tions of the hill. Jerome Allen et als vs. Jno. T. Rta- ton et als ; order for funds (piocecds of wheat) to be paid into c nu t. " lion. T. Perkins. Jr., vs. W. W Covington ; suit dismissed at cost of complainant. Hancock, Frasiir & Ragsdale vs. Mrs. N. E. Kllett et als; liaal decree. Mrs. Mattie J. lirawner vs. Emma IJrawner et als ; (J. C. Atkinson Ap pointed guardian ad. litem, order ol reference; report unexecpted to and confirmed. Jno. Passalaqua & Pro. vs. Mrs. I. W. Harris et als; demurrer over-ruled and defendants given leave to answer by the December rules. C. T. Young vs. Sawyer, Wallace & Co. ; bill dismissed at cost of com plainant. The most important suit in Chan cery court is that of II. C. Mcrritt against Judge Tyler in regard to the county finances. This suit has been spoken of so much hy the press of the city that people are ad familiar with it and much interest was manifested in its outcome. The case wasiiigucd yesterday and this morning on a mo tion by the defense to dissolve the injunction. Able. speeches were made by the attorneys on each side and this morning Judge Seay overruled the motion to dissolve the injunction. Judge Tyler will now have to file a bill in answer to the charge set furtl. by Mr. Merrill's bill. This will be done to-day cr to morrow. A Word With Subscribers. Many i.f the sub crihers to tin daily Lr.AK Ciironici.k are in ar rears for subscriptions. The boy. who deliver the papers will call as usual on to morrow with your bills. Saturday is the only day which these callectioiss are made, and t he publish ers will he gratitied Hull the bills an paid promptly when presented. Some of the subscribers prefer to pay their bills weekly. To this class the paper is sent for I "i cents per week, due at the end of the week. Ollieis prefer to pay bit s monthly. In this case subscribers are charged nil cuds per month, invariably in advance. Please settle with the boys whin they present your bill. Meeting of til" Executive Committee. A meeting of the Democratic K. ecutivc Committee for Montgomery couiily is hereby called nithooflice of West A P.urney, in ("arksville, on Saturday, the L'.ath of October, at 1 1 o'clock a. in. All are earnestly urged 1. 1 be present, as imp u tant mutters will be considered. L. R. Ask i.w, Sec'y. It H. Ut'RNKY, chairman. October 17, IS'.M). It is hopi-.l that every committee man will be present, as Ihere is im portant Work to be done. Reuiem tier the time of meeting, October '2. Ooll Dust Tobacco. Dr. C. R. Crouch cime in to-day for bis premium, an Irwin wagon, in the sweepstakes ring at the lair last week for the best samples of to bacco-nll cla-ses. Dr. Crouch won several premiums, in fact came near cleaning up the show, and what pleases Fox A Smith is that Dr Crouch used the go d dust fertilizer. The proper thing for Fox A Smith to do is to try a little of the gold dust on tneir Heads and si e n ii win sprout buy so. d Mile's Nerve and Liver Pills. An important discovery. They act on the liver, stomach ami bowels through the nerves. A new principle. Tlioy speedily cure biliousness, had taste, torpid liver, piles and constipa tion. Splendid for men, women and children. ."Snaillest, mildest, surest. 30 dosea for " cents. Samples tree at Oweii & Moore s. The Raptist State Convention con v. ne I at Chattnnoomi yesterd iy and during the proi ceding a special prayer whs i ffaied for Uev. Dr. Scars and family of this city. To f,o Voters o: ihn 'twelfth District. I hereby announce n ys -if a candi- f"r the olll'-e of nu gut rale lo mi 11 rckiiv " unexnir. d t'nu I . I1, i'auy "I ' IJ. I Km.LITrU. I'M.. Novell l,- Pros. hi d.'v goods at P.loch sil'.d.tf To The Tobacco I,caf-C'hi-otiiele.l In your issue of the 14th Dr. Ilersinan, Chancellor of the B. W. P. University, writes a communication endeavoring to Miow two things. First. That the University received no more money from the city than the latter promised to give it. Second. That the University had the right lo charge all students hold ing free scholarships from the city, library and incident d J fees, and the further right to charge full tuition and all f-es from stu lents holding free scholarships, and living without the corporate limits of tin? city; in other words, this latter cl .ss have no free scholarship at all. Now I do not care for the first point he makes ; he is quite likely right about that. Hut I think ho is grievously in error about the other, and for the reason that he confounds an ordinance passed by the board of aldermen for the' guidance and gov ern mentif her school coin mi -sinners, after the ratification of the contract widi the University with the con tract itself, whereas they are two distinct and separate subjects. The contract with the University gives the city the right to have her appointees to scholarships "educated free of charge" and any churg. which is imposed by the Univeisity i n such appointees before they can get an education there is a plain vio lation of the agreement. As to the library fee ; it may he pos sible for a student to get an education without the use of the. library, and therefore the collection of this fee may not lie n violation of the agree nient, I ut 1 cannot see. how the inci dental fi e can be similarly placed. The contract further says said "students to bo selected from the public schools within the limits, and under the control of the city ol Ciarksville." It nowhere says the students must be within the limits, but the school within the limits of and under the control of. Rut the Dr. docs not seem to rely so much on this contract as on certain section which he finds in the digest of 1SS0 and ISStl, referring back, as he says. to the digest of 1877, which contains the original contract. Now these sections are parts f an ordinance passed after the original contract, and because the digest of IsSO refers to that of 1S77 it simply means that the latler will show win n it was passed, the date not be ing carried to that of issn. The se ordinances therefore can be changed or set aside at any time. The city may fix the age of herap pointers at 1U, IS, or 20 years, but could the University say at which, or could it say that after once fixing it, the city should not change it.' Well, just so with this ordinance, in which the hoard instructed 1km commissioners to take Ihe nppointees from bona tide residents of the citj limits. She has a perfect rigid to amend or abolish if, and fall back on the agreement with the University, the latter having no voice in nnj thing but that original agreement. Does Dr. Hersman say that th board can not confirm the selection, by its commissioners, of a student ol the public school, who lives outside the corporate limits, because the board once thought best not to do it, and now changes its mind ? Mr. Editor, there has I ecu a good deal or talk about tlrs matter lately, and maybe some blame or censure o! the city school commissioners in con n clion therewith ; so as one of them 1 feel bound to raise my voice in de fense of wh it I believe to be just in the premises ; but inasmuch as tin city has been entitled to have at all times ten scholarships in the Univer sity, and has seldom, if ever, had over half that number at one time, 1 tbiiik it very niggardly on the part of the University to try and gel tin number kept down to as few as pos sible, and then get every little fee on! of those few that can possibly hi squeezed out. And for one I would advise every appointee of the city to resist the payment of every fee ex cept the library fee. 0. Stack ku. The masonic fraternity will not la permitli d to I iy the corner stone ol the furnace building with the cere monies of that order, as was so much d sired. The Grand Master of Ten nes a e has written Worshipful Mas ter W. J. Ely declining to grant a dispensation, the edicts forbidding such -cr vices except on occasions ol masonic buildings, churches, schools and charitable in-titulinns. Dr. G. V. iNico'asser. has been given a permit to erect an eight room frame dwelling on College street, near the University, at a cost of $ l,ii(io. The residence will be one of the nic st on 111 i street. A IUvidend Declared. The directors of the Clarksvill" Ice A Coal Company met last evening an I declared a five per cent, divi dead to stockholders. Yry latest styles in men's and boys' clothing at llloeh Pres. s-Jll.d.tf Miss Maggie Daniel will give a reception to night, nt her father's re -idence, in honor of sevi ral young la I diis who are visiting her. i I,. P.loch is reported (oiisidcrnbly ' better to-day. i For lailiiM lint liris. Tobacco Congress. The fourih snnual meeting of the congress of tobacco growers of the Clarksville tobacco district is called to meet at the court-house in Clarks ville, Tenn., on Thursday, the Cth day of November, 18!X). Every sub ordinate grange, wheel, alliance r.nd union, in thed'strict, is entitled to send one deiegate, and every tobacco grower, who belongs to either of the above orders, will be admitted to a seat upon the floor whether ho is a delegate or not. Important business is to be transacted and a full atten dance is earnestly desired. Cut this out so that you may remember the date, and do not fail to come. L. A. Joni:, President. Land Sale. Messrs. Thare,' Pettus and Sliel ton, began to-day offering the prop erly on Greenwood avenue known as the King property in lots for sale at auction. 'I he sale mbraces 150 lots anil free barbecue will be on the grounds to-morrow as well as to day. Theiewasa good crowd out to-day, hut the sales had not begun in time for ttds issue. This is desirable prop erty, situated near the city and also near the Greenwood street railway line. The property has been laid oil into lots with streets running north and south, east and west. When von neoil n oymvI. enfo lav. alive, ask your druggist for a box of Ayer s 1'iiis, and you will find that they give perfect satisfaction. For indigestion, torpid liver, and sick headache, there is nothing superior. Lending physicians recommend them. Rev. F. P.! 1 laniken, who is to c induct the meeting at the Cumber land church, will bo here to morrow. He has just closed a meeting at West Point, Miss , in which there were seventy professions. He begins here Sabbath at 11 o'clock. . There wdl lie sirvioi to-night at the Cumberland church preparatory to the meeting. Gen. J as. Lontfatreet. " We are happy to state that this "old warrior" is in butter health than he iiiih iieen in .years, lie lias iioen a great sufferer from insomnia, iiuligus lion and rheumatism. King's lloyal ( leiuiateiu' has cured him, and has given him a lease of twenty years more on ins nie. Goodpasture, Johnson anil Dunbar, our candidates for the Legislature, meet with the people, of the south side to day. They are having a good time, making the woods fairly ring with Democracy. They had a fine aiidienc.! at Port lloyal Saturday. It is time that Democrats were put ting on the war paint. Prof ssor Ganthier, of Paris, states i I in t certain vital processes of t he body devolop putrefying substances in the tissues, which, if not speedily eliminated produce diseases. Ayer's nrsaparillii ellects the removal Of these substances, and then by pre serves health. Preparations are being made for the v sit of Dr. Kclley to Clarks ville on the lioth inst. The opera house has been engaged and Hie cor net b and will meet, him at the de pot. A large crowd from the coun try is expected. Rev. Sam. Jones snys, after twenty years of unfold suf 'criug from nervous headache and neuralgia, his wife was cured in two weeks wilh King's lloyal Gerniatuer. The same grand remedy, he adds, has cured my two daughters of catsirrh. W rite to him at Cartersville, Ga., for pari ielilaiH. si 7,1 m,d,w Just received a full line of carriages, -allies, plifulons, buggies, spring agons at Standard Wagon Co. 117 third street. net d,lm,w2t. Three splendid showcases for sale cheao. Apply lo Kincanno'i. jyld tf. IE W GOOD V w QSSV 3Zr tictHSr' PULL CREAM CHEESE, FRESH OATMEAL AND CRACKED WHEAT, OAT FLAKES AND GRIT?, MACCARONI, FRENCH PRUNES, FRESH CRACKERS, PLAIN AND SWEET. lew Line Blanke's Candies Just Received NICE LOT OF Country Hams, New Crop Molasses MAPLE SYlUJIVt ADAMSx- & - NEBLETT Git AND CLOSING OUT SALE. liY- Torc nBo-irtcr, ILTasli'vill, Tenn TROTTERS, CLYDES AND PONIES, HOLSTEIN AND JERSEYS, And Farming Implements. Thursday, October 23, 1890. ir-ivim; M.M itn- f:i in. will Kelt ull niv !'x-k, Tnillln Mrw !rvl to-'lleriiillnveHliid "Mini. Ii.iiiv If ' ilst, i it l 1 1 1. , ikiihIm io li.'st tiled I'.ullx Hint innr l.nllrr-tt.l nnta limn nnv heril il Hx si. . ; iiiiii-i m.n , ,, b kI iimlily. All Kami Tools. Mowerw, lliik-. WiiirniiK hik'i l(. ih-k CAT!'. 1". t. K1I1, Auctioneer. Write for :ituli ifiie. RRYflHT R: STRflTTIlfJ Rikihks flm I m I 1 WW Wllllll IMIl WWWIII-VV WWi.fkl.Wla loo k A rpi nq , Short lit mil. CniMniiit i, f. mri or rMVM ONf INork.l.. Pays the I:w tier of last evening : Charles Clark, whodied at Smyrna, September Jit", was well known to most of the oldest citizens of Nash ville. Ho was born in Montgomery county, April 11, 1822, and was con sequently in ids (iiith year. He learned the saddlery business in Clarksville, where he has many rela fives yet living. lie served through the Mexican war in Col. (afterwart's Governor) Campbell's First Tennes see Regiment, Capt Robert C. Fos ter's company. He was with Me Nairy's Battalion, Carter's Scouts, and also w ith Gen. John Morgan's command of the Confederate States Army. lie was a prisoner at Camp Chase six months, serving through the entire war. Mr. Clark was a brother of Mrs. L. W. Sampson, and Mrs. Harry, of Florida, and an uncle to Mrs. F. Clifton. New and elegant carpets nt Rloch Bros. 82(l,d,tf 1890 1890 First -:- Arrival NEW STOCK Wall Paper. TIIK 1KS1GNS AKli 11KAUIII CL. Call & See Them JNO. F. COUTS. octl5,.'lt Mules for Sale! 1h Icq I Coal Company- WIIJ.KKLI. . 3 A No. 1 Mules 3 AT A BARGAIN. OAI.b nt Til raill O fFICK, ocUteodlw T. A. THOMAS -: coipm1 NO. 119.Friiiik.iii St. Clarksville, : : Tenn. fcirJ'i:i;sci:irTiny$ accuha tr- LY DISPEXSM). TOWNS A. THOMAS, Gen'. Manager. sop!VI-2t,sw-lf Public Sale A FINE HAY FARM I will hi-II to the hlKhcKt Milder, nt the Court llniiso iloor In ( lai ksvlllr, 'iVnii., on MONDAY, NOVE3IBi:it it, AT 11 O'CLOCK HI! A UP, A Farm of 160 Acres and a Large Stemmery, Roth in New I'mvlili'iire, Tenn., niul belong- llK to the esl.ale ol isieplieu I'etllis, llefl (I. THOS. II. JIYMAN, A iietloneer, (let 14,UIh, HWlilHt 7 ANTK.lt YnuiiK men nml Indies lo study S-lioii htiml it! homo, eoniplele mhii (ome, ineiunmK ouiiil., I'ernln 1'ni verwil I'lionoirrtiidi v, Nimiile t, moHt leui Ible and niplil of nil kIioi llinndN. Hiicivhn In threw 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 v-. "I'ernlii" Wliortlini d IhmII- lule, Loiilm I lie, Ky. Oet.l.'l.uAsw.lin 1 NEW HOMINY, LOUSSVILLE.KY. DRUG MEW GO New Buckwheat Flour, both Plain and Self-rising, New Molasses, Pjcklep,Jeli03 and Canned Goods of all kinds. ALSO - ON - H AND A Fino lot of Ccuatry Bacon, Hams and SHe?. KEESEE & NORTHINGTON. We Must Soli If the wontlior won't soil it, tlio prices must. Wo . honglit a lie i vy stotk, niiticijiatiii": an early full. The cold- wontlicr litis not come yot, but the UNDERWEAR -:- MUST MOVE. For this week wo oiler 2;") dozen lied Undershirts at 42J cents, worth 75 cents; r0 dozen White Merino 8hirts and Drawers at 7!) cents a suit, worth, dor.hlo. These are merely a lew sample prices. We've got all grades, all prices, all weights. SCRIVEN'S PATENT ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS. .-. We display n gra.td line of Children's Suits. The clobrated Harris Grip Back iSuspendciv. Big- lot just re ceived. Every pair guaranteed for two years. SUITS 101""1 mid unbound, sack or frock. HIjAOIv C1I EV IOTS, VAVK 1SOX OVERCOATS. PHILIP - LIEBER - & SON. "LEADING CLOTIIIUKS." Great Attractions I Tho Grand Plain and Fancy Dress Goods at our store should be seen b every visitor to the city. Our stock of JD-" GOODS is also complete and our prices are -:- satisfactory to purchasers. -:- Call and bo ConvincscL HOWERTOft! - ft - MmUL Corner First niul NEW STORE! NEW GOODS ! A grand selection of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats Caps stid Gents' Furnishing Goods. Also tho finest stock of Dry Goods, Notions and Ladies' Fino Bhof H that bus ever been brought to this city. Itliwlii'il Doiiiollc, j mil w lilc, .1 !( rynil. t'nU:tm V t rent- uii'l itpuiirl. UlllKll'llll" 'IN lllld 1IiWII. Wlnilxnr 1'ltimiK 11 im'I yurrf. 1'nllon KlHnncl, Mi nil nhn 1,-K, N rlH ppr ,varl All wihiI Kliiim 1, hi all shtulcN, from 1.0 ?ts urn) upward. Itcil TickliiK H ot pr wr.lti. npu md. Iir. hh (IchhIn finiii lo cIm i it ynnl to tl I.iht!!i iMxlM wllli very low pnct-N. llrtiiilkwTPhli'fK 2 for A rl. niul up I o " V nu ll lhrs? 8sortmi'itl of LhiII'-m' 1 'inlcrwtur. 1 ji'Uhn' 'kIji from lOrls lo 'J. "ji. LiMlii-H' llof Irmii y-j i'hiiI lo:.(0 KxHininn my full lino of Ktlioplnn lilnik Hosiery. l.iilfHl. Hl.yln SwIsih K.'iiliroiili ry nml Ihti h wllli very low nrfn-M. Milk Velllnif from Hi n per yiird npwunl. H III HIovi h rroni mi ! l l. IliKHlHaml roiiDnuaim for l i'lli'S :ml clillilri'ii. Call and lx; coiivincoit. No trnulilt hy culling, ('nil curly mid get flrt pick iHlilor ll.u l crlt', Miui'u'r ( IoIIiIiik Ii'p't : W. II. GO We are now receiving full supplies of Pittsburg, St Ilcnianl and Diamond, Main. Mountain Jcllico, Anthracite KSI whi'jh we cat deliver during September at Pnrnmer price". Ie pu-use"! fo receive your onlcm. r-iM - iA W . mF4Kil Mk M !Jsr - ir ymuw X CC J&&iJ ODSI Underwear ! Display of Franklin Strccls. Ajninrwi SI.vIIhIi ImiIIi k' rnpi from Wrtx lo(l,W, Wl.V i 1 1 I ll'Holtllll-Ill of lllllliw' i'loiikN, 'inp iinl I 'p'!, I.ikIIi-k' One siioi-M from SI.21 lo W0. I ,m I ick' fiHinif HIiocm from 7-'i 'Ih to ((I.W. l'ull linn of MinhiV nml ( lillilrnil, Hh'ira.. lliiillumfii'n Klnn Htioic from l.fli) to .'i.ll. My liiiotj, mi'l llro(iiii hlioi-M, for boyn unit mi n n vi ry low. li'iillitnf'M I'liiliTwcnr fpom 40 ctlH npwnnJ. li-nl Ii Nii-n'i t Ivi i'MlilrlH from :t upwnril. lii'iillfinou'il WIHto Jircus Slilrlii from ill ell lo SHI). A fuii ,iww,rtmrnt of Nwtcwwir. IIiiIm nml 1'npM m Kpci-lnlf.y. My Hull Don . I imi iin J'huIm for lHiysnnd mon, nt it linriun. -7 Inch wliln llriiHMil CnrpiU nt.liOot pr ynnl. tvm nml k,' my ( IoIIiIiik ili-piirt lui-iit, iilwi imk for oihf r k'mhJh ami tin- pi -Iciw will mir- prlsi' j on. to hIu.w iroodn. You will Have moncv ul our great stock. JI('Mp-tfullyf B. FRIEDMAN. Turner, Vletor Krlnlmnn, Hnli-ninrn. oll.lm W wil GOAL