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15 CENTS PER WEEK. BBANDON A BARK SD ALE, PROP'S. Clayton Uinhi entratinjj all of th Ilepubliean strength and money ho can to defeat ISrf ekinridgc for Con WW. That is his last hope in Ar kansas or tho world. It look h us if Tennessee will send but on' Republican to the next Con nres, who will he Ito h riek Random liutler in plucu of Alf Taylor, and who will be a decided im; rovrment ov r Alf. They say liuclianan eonverted a kirker by his npeeeh at Jackson. Then its no wonder that Republicans are coming over by Vorea. There is something in the man who en con vert a kicker. Hnil on ! Oh, hip. . Speaker Reed U in Ohio making Hpeeches for McKinley. His argu ment) consist in tirades against the DeriKcrats, praino of himself, and telling what a great man McKinley is and what an honor he is to his dis trict. The Tullalmma Guardian thinks "from the present outlook a Lona fide Democrat will bo elected." There is hardly any retention about that. It is conceded on all sides that Buchanan, the regular Democratic nominee, will bo the next governor of Tennessee. Shelby county Democracy h s bar n ionized at last and nominated a good, strong ticket for the Legisla ture. The ticket is is as follows: For the (Senate, W. C. Galloway, C. Weatherrord ; for Representatives, C. Looney, Robt. F. M alone, N. F. Raines and Patrick Doyle. The Tulhihoiiia Guardian, over flowing with "awful questions" in reply to the query, "Are you going to vole for Mr. liuclianan, Mr. Wil son ?" answers "no, we are not; no true Democrat can all'ord to support him." Then what are you making a fuss about? Have you got a cor ner on "true Democracy." ("aavtoii has hsuo I a written order, slgiud by one M iddlebrooks, to the colored voters of Arkansas to "go to the polls and vot for Isom P. Iingley on the fourth day of No vember." Midillehrooks is an inter nal revenue collector and is spending his time in circulating Clayton's command among the negroes. If half we hear from Kust Tennes see be true, llouk is going to be de feated for re-election to Congress. (Jen. Williams, his Democratic oppo nent, is in tine spirits and making a brillaint campaign, speaking twice a d ty to large crowds, and hundrtds ol Republicans are pledging their sup port. A good Methodist sis er, discussing Dr. Kelley's emo, remarked that she could not understand why, if Dr. Kelley is g ing to be. governor, he should make wry fairs, kick, splutter and protest i giinst suspension from the pulpit. The b'shop was only do ing his duty, she c .ntinueil, just as Dr. Kelley is expected to do his duty, mid he couldn't be governor and do any good at preaching. From his "nou partisan" tour of the West, the president went directly to )hio to stump its close districts for the Republican paity. He has been guilty of the meanest sort of fa Do pretenses and an indecent violation of the proprieties of his oflice. lie is the smallest possible president and the largest possible humbug. It takes a block of a baker's dozen of these little Indiana corporation law yer politicians to make a man. St. Lmtin iVmWV. Tublio Speixklnif by Nominaes of the Democratic Pnrty. Hon. A. V. Goodpasture, candidate for the State Senate, and lions. W. It. Dunbar and It. V. Johnson, can did id's for the House ol Representa tives, will nddrevs tho people at the following times and places : Dist. No. is, Hunt's Mill, Monday, Ootnl'cr 'JO. Dit. No. J ', Khiloh, Tuesday, ()c tolier HI. Dist. No 1!, Tar.-us, Wednesday, ( irtol er DiNt. No. !, Wiley 's Chapel, Thurs day, moIut DH. No. -I. Central Chapel, Fri day, ( li'iohcr Hi. Dist. No. Seg, Satuidav, October -.". Iit. No. '., O.ikwood, Monday. October .7. Dist. No. I, Jordan Springs, Tues day, October L's. ilist. No. !, St. iiethlel.em, Wed nesday, ( K tober L'.i. .speaking will bein at II o'clock il. in., except w hen otherwise stated alaive. R- 11. Hi i;nkv, Ch'tn'ii. Dcm. Ex. Com., Mont gomery Cull nl. v. L. li. Aski.w, Secietary. l'rof. ssiVr Ganthi t, of Pari-", states that certain vital rmvsst snfthe body develop putrifviiig Miltances in the tis-iiii's, which, if not speedily eliminated produce disea-es. Ayer's Harsaparilla eltccls Uu reiu-va' f these substancis, and then by pre serves health. F.verv tblier " whci'U nt Standard WnKonVo. il7 1lir.lsi..t oct d.lio.wHt. Our clothing at Ken tr ide prices. 1 Vices h" ",l,n '"" ,!!a!,,,!"' ttirimr. 1. IUwtcM A Son . , ob'l.tf WINTER READING. Bnin Suggest limn liont llio ViiliiHble KlKIU !C(II l''Olllld In Ho fiK. A summer tourist iimuiiK our mountain' and wiiKide resorts mifjit tinturally con clude tliul the people of the I'liiled St;iten read nothing hut novels. W'lint mi ex tensive Kprfiul of paper covered lictiou at the Ktiition where lie liuys Ids lieUet 'Hi I If lie lmppen.s to want "sonu 1 liiic; to read" atone of the Trent Hammer hotels lu- fi:uls in the liook room two or three hundred novels, and not one volume of any ot'.itr kind of literature. This does well enough forour short sum mer holiday, during which we need iur read very noich of unyUiiiiK; Inisides much of iho hest thought, fancy and feel tag of our day is communicatee! to tin worl'f ihrcuiKli the medium of fiction. One touch of nature makes the wholt world kin. The world is destined one day. as we all hope, to recognize t his kinship, aud if so the most powe.iful means ol brinsiiit? it nhout will proli.ilily be great fiction, like that which iiholished Saiey Gump, und helped emancipate Kusshui serfs and American slaves. At this mo nient there are lyini; upon our numlierku bookstands American nave's which w melting hearts, softeninjj p tjudices ami inspiring endeavor away o!T in thj Intel i -r of India and in the rising cities f Our"" lea. They are helping to make the whole world kin. The summer has ended. Hooks of ol 1; t kinds are now in reipuvst., an 1 we find them not less abundant than novels, if we kno.v where to look for them. Of late years there has been a mo.it remarkable, produc tion of what are called book: of reference, in which knowledge is stored away and ar ranged for convenient use wl mi wanted. Borne of i hese dictionaries and encyc!i pedlas of knowledge are wonders of eh; ,,;) ncss and excellence; others arc of such c; tent that they cannot hoof low price, but most of them command a sale in this conn try thatHiirprises even their sanguine pro jeetors. A really good book of refereac: appears to bo one of the ti ings wi;i li American families are most willing to make sacrifices to get. Noah Webster published his large die tionary In lH:i-i. The lirst edition, con:,! ,t ing of 2,-aCO copies, lasted twelve years, lo.d the second edition, of il,(HKI copies, supplied the market for seven years. We have lej.v dictionaries anil encyclopedias that eosi tliO, $HU and $ 150, which reach a larger sale immediately than Webster's dictionary en joyed during the wdiole lifetime, of the author. Such facts as these indicate that the reading of lictiou does not destroy I ho taste for the acquisition of knowledge, as is fre qucntly alleged. Thackeray was disposed to cast ridicule upon young ladies who read "improving works," and Dickens was not free from the same propensity, lint, iu fact, the best st uilcnls are often the bc-,1 novel readers. In the most intelligent households we see on t he upper shelves ol the bookcase plenty of Scott, Thackeray, Dickens, Hawthorne and llowells, ballast ed on the lower shelves by the solid vol umesof the encyclopedia and the diction ary. lluring the w inter months the works of reference come into great play iu many of the best schools and chilis, where a "win tcr subject" its chosen, and (lie advanced pupils "read all round it" until they have absorbed most of the knowledgethatexists upon it. "Africa" has been selected as the winter topic by one of our Huston evening clubs, apropos of the new African books by Stan ley, Ward and others. It gives point and interest to reading to have such a subject in view. As the, months go by wu grada ally get full possession of it, correcting erroneous impressions and getting light upon it from other minds. Youth's Com pauion. Meeting- of tho Kzeoutive Committee. . A meeting of tho Democratic Kx ecutive Committee for Montgomery county is hereby called at the ollice of West & Hurney, in Ctarksville, on Saturday, the 2oth of October, nt 1 1 o'clock a. iu. All are earnestly urged to be present, as important matters will be considered. L. li. AskKW, Sec'y. It II. lii RNKV, chairman. Cctober 17, is.i;. It is hoped that every committee man will be present, as there is im portant work to la; done. Remem ber the time of meeting, October 25. The World's Fair. The excitement caused Ivy this great event is scarcely .equaled by that pro duced by the great discovery of Dr. Miles-the Kestorative Nervine. It speedily cures nervous prostration, change of life, pain, dullness and con fusion in head, tils, sleeplessness, the blues, neuralgia, palpitation, monthly pains, e!c. C. AY. Snow it Co., ol Syracuse, X. X. ; Tnlbott and Moss, of tlreeiisburg, ind , and A. W. Black burn, of Wooster, O , say that "The Nervine sells heller tlm anything we ever sold, and gives universal satisfac tion." Dr. Miles' new illustrated treatise on the nerves and heart and trial hottlo free at Owen A Moore's drugstore, 4 Coka. liest quality I'itlsburgh coal coke on hand, and for k-iIu at the Clart'csvili' ( ias Light Co. t se it in your grates ami cooking stoves, and avoid the soot and smoke made by soi l coal. Cleaner and nicer than anything you can burn, ex cept gas, 'or fuel. Excellent fuel for base burners. oetud-m. For Maistrat?. Ill response to numerous solicita tions of. Iriends for mo to Income a candidate for the otlice of justice ol place made vacant by the resignation ol C. 1). Ilailey, Km., 1 hereby an nounce myself a candidate for said position. X. S.m itii. When B.ihy was sii k, wo pave her CiiHtoria. When she was a Chil.l, she cried for CaMuria. When Khe became Miss, she clunp to Cnstorla. When lie had Children, the gave tin iu Castor Tho Want of Children. All fretful, crying, nervous children sre unwell and only require proper medical treatment to restore them to the healthy stale, bringing quiet nnd ease to the child and comfort and joy to the mother's heart. Dr. Wincbell's Toothing Syrup is the Infallible Keniedy and sure cure for ;:!1 disease ; common to children. It is wholly free J from opiates, and is guaranteed. A trial of one laittlt will prove its great I ellieucy. i For sale, wholesale and retail, by lyickert A Reynolds, druggists. The McKinley bill advanced prices of woolen goods. ( lur prices are less than cost of prisluctioii. I. Koson fold V Sins. ol.t.tf ! DESTITUTION IN SOUTH DAKOTA. Terrible KesulU ol the Krmltli III Urnwn CoinOy An Apiel fur AM. Cincinnati, Oct. 0. The mayor has received u heart rending appeal f:"''ii South Dakota and ii is supisised tle same communication has been sent to 'other larjjrt cities throughout tlio United States. It is as follows: iioi (Ol TOM, lirown count v, r. Dak., Oct.' l;t, ls'..0. To the Mayor of the t'ily of Cincinnati: At a meeting of the citi.ensof the town ships of Crcculichl and Itrainard, Brown county, S Dak., to consider the question of how shall we procure tho necessaries of life for the coming winter, the decision was that ve must have help from outside sources, and that n committee of live be appointed to solicit t he same. Therefore' we, the utnU'r.-igiied, were duly appointed sniil committee to solicit aid for tho needy and (list ressed of t his immediate locality, caused by the drouth, which has devastated this part ul lirown county for the last two years. Wo have neither corn, wheat, oats, llax or barley. Vegetables we have none. On" fuel is gathered from the pastures, our clothing is thin and worn, our farms aud stock are mortgaged lo tin extent that we cannot procure another dollar on them. We must hire help or many will suller and some may perish for the want of it We appeal to you through the gener osity of the good people of your city, that out of your uhundaiics you may contrib ute somewhat to our relief. Your peti tioners humbly trust that his petition will receive at your hands, and thai you will, in your hearts, be generous to the extent that a suffering people iiiayboie lieved of their distress. Should this petition meet with favor at your hands, you M ill ulea.ie send all communica! ions or donations to S John ston, Houghton, S. liak., who will it ceipt for same. A. JO. JUli l I.I'.TT, JO. I'11'l.i;, John 11. I.i.wis. Kami ia Johnston, li. CUMMIM.S. Committee. NIGHT WORKERS PULLFD. Grout Capture by t'lili uiiu I'tilice 1 Hum in Oho ll;tii'. Chicago, Oct. 20. Fifteen experi enced burglars and footpads were captured by the polite Friday evening iu a bouse on West Monroe street. This band has for months terrorized late pedestrians mi the West Sale, to say in .thing of their daily and nightly petty robberies and burglaries rep a ted by tho business men to the police authorities. linns, pist , lock-picks, chisels, burglar's tools of all kinds were strewn about the room, while a doze.) decks of cards and several thousand cigarettes were found on the mantel and table. The catch umbra: es young men "who.-e ages range from Id to ','t years, with I'eter McDermott as the leader, whose daily duty has been to inspect the mem iners of his gang and i-snn assignment lor the e.xecnti hi. He is well kt.own us a desperate and accomplished burglar. lied Riley, alias Dutch Hiley, and Walter (Jjnan. alias "The ihost," a io ceut New York city thug, also figure among the p:iucipal workers. A lettev was found on tho person of (J nan addressed to his uncle. JOdward Davis, No. .V!) Twenty-sixth street, New York city, in which he told him that ho expected soon to return to New York, as ti e "mugs" were alter him hi re for burglary ou eeven difleient counts. t ATTLE WITH BUr.GL.ARS. One of the Ktilthi-rs Killed, and Four of Ilie Allaeking Party "Wounded. Van Wki:t, ()., Oct. HO. At 3 o'clock Friday morning a party of young peo ple returning from a dance saw burg lius at work on the safe in Flunk Hall's grocery, at Ohio City, iii this county. The town marshal was notified, and ho, with half a dozen citizens, went to cap ture the robbers, but they Were observed by a sentinel of tiiu robbers, who gave the alarm, and they opened lire on the crowd, dangerously wounding Will iam Place and Charles Hoover, and slightly injuring two others. The crowd also opened fire, killing one of the robbers. During the shoot ing tho burglars blew the safe, and ob tained quite a nice sum of money, and while the citizens were preparing for further attack they mounted their horses and made their escape. It is thought they were led by the notorious Morrell Knhn and young Moon-house, who have figured in several robberies in tiie locality. MR. WILKINSON TALKS C;f tiiu ItieiiKinn OH' r Ills Kiij;ai;eineiit lo M ssAViniiio DnvU. 4 Syhaccsk. ti. V., Oct. HO. Mr. Al fred Wi'l.iason, who was to have mav lied Miss Winnie Davis, said in a card issued Friday night that the reasons for bt caking o'f the engagement- were mat ters purely leisonal. He adds; "It is ridii ulotis to suppose that political or financial reasons had anything to do with it. Furthermore, Miss I)avis has known for a year or more that 1 was poor. The burning of our house, though a serious loss, had nothing to do with lief, decision, for she had de cided to terminate our engagement be fore that happened. When a lady de cides, the gentleman has nothing' to do but submit. ' Cniil III Siii'h-ii. Ti'csoN, Ariz., Oct. HO.- A special in spector of the Mexican government tel egraphs here to interested parties that a huge body of anthracite litis been sti uck at a depth of light feet at San Maivial, Sonora. This is important, as ail coal nsed by the lailrouds in this city and section is hauled 500 miles. Not Djln as Hi pin led, Kii'i'., Ph., Oct. CO The minors that Hon. W. L. Scott had Ikc i given up by his physicians are entirely unfounded. Mr. !-cott took his u-ual drive Frid . and has been convalescing for several weeks. He will go to Washington as soon as soi .n as ho it) strong enough to stand the journey. "Down With iIik llaicns." I'llK Aiai, Oct. HO. A Herald special from New Orb ans Friday night says: "Down wi.h the Dagos, dawn with the iiB-ai-sins."' is the cry of Ho. boo angiv men to-night, ami it i-eems certain that the city i no the eve of the bloodiest race riots ever known in America. A llnolil for II iillinioiiil, l.d. fiio Alio. Oct. Ho. The l'.rown.C'ii uel iron and steel plant of Yniiiig.-t.-vn, lois biuieht i lu I,ai,e-idft nail v.o'ks ' and M.ty aci-es of land at Luininoiul, i Ind.. and will locate their entire works at that plac. The company paid HJ'), j UU0 for the nail works and land. ! Ladies- g- nuiue I'ret ch-kid button i sbo' s nt $'Z.0 per pair at I. Ibwent'eld j.V Sons. ol:!,tf Tee best work for the leistimuuy ; can be found nt Standard Wagon Co. ; 117 Third street. ocl d,liii,t. tiive us a call nnd we will cer'ainly save you money. I. Hoseufild A Sons. ' Trunks andvali.es nt prices Hut will astonish you. 1. Ibjsenfehl v Son-. old.tf Fresh oysters in any style at Michel A lioth's. s:!,d-tf CHILDBED'S CHOOL With. Solo Leather Tip, at TRATT Tlies3 were bought -:- and they go at . With Every Pair of SCIEHIOOILi SHOES WE GIVE A SCHOLAR'S COMPANION, Just the thing for School Children. TI e s p e c t f i illy, r.nd Stools. Cabinet Work of all kinds. Complete Outfits for Stores and L-atiks. Catalojme frep. Address ATLANTA fHftW C.v CO., Atlanta, lia. RADAM'S JTIICROBE KILLER. The Sreatcst Discover;? 2 cf the Age. OLD IN THEORY, BUT THE RKMEL RECENTLY DISCOVERED. CURES WITHOUT FAIL CATARRH, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, HAY FEVEK BRONCHITIS, RHEUMATISM, DYSPErS. CANCER, SCROFULA, UlABfc'ES, BRIGHT'S 01SEASE, MALARIAL FEVER, DIPTHERIA AND CHIU.3. n shoil, all forms ol Organic and Functional C lseast , Tlio euros cireetcd by this Medicine ere U ainuy cuscs MIRACLES! aold only In Jur" oon'.ihiinR Ono Onllon IPrice 'B'liree lllar- atiiimll invwtmen v,'tic:i Health mid Li.'o can lo otitaiued, . Itiitory of tho y.oio Killer" P fS lAL.L O" 1.T ADOHE83 OrllO.rtAwlyr Agents Wantod to soil Pi.iless Jtotbcs Lines: no iiiiisi- clol Iii'm ilim neeili-il. It Iii.IiIh I In- lieiivlei-t mill tlnost liihi'ie wltli Mil IM. ( III! llHN .in not fre'.e to It Hill Cllllllllt blow It Is a perfect wlnlor line. Kmn plo line Rout liy nmll for 50o,, nlso 50fl. line by mull 1.25 prepaid. Knr cheulBi'H, price llstji, terniH, ad drewsllie PINLES9 CLOTHES i nr. LINK CO. 1 7 Hermon Street. Worcester Mass. . 1IINDERCORNS. The only h ire Cure. Hlops nil pain. En gines (oniliin to the feet, 15c. at DiugglHtH. Hihoox & Co., N. V. CL.AEKSV1LLE DISTRIl'T. Pir&t Jlound Quarterly Meeting. CluikHVillo, Oi't. 1!) New rniviiltuice and Bethel, at lii'lliel, Oct. L'litl-. H'ate I-inc, nt Whiles Chaiiel, Nov. 1st find 2nd. Palmyra, at Palmyra, Nov. 8th and mil. Saline, at. Hum puss Mill, (Friday), Nay. 14. Indian Mound, at Stampers Chap el, Nov. 15th and Kith. MonliMiinery, at Woodlawn, (Mon day), Nov. 1 Till. Pleasant View at Malory's, (Friday), Nov. lilnt. Ashland City, at Ashland City, Nov. 2L'nd and li.'Sil. Ashury, nt P.ethlehem, Nov. 291h und oiM li. Spritmlield, (Friday niht), lVe. 5th. lied Kiver, nt Waltruce, Dec. (ilh nnd 7lh. Sadli'isville nnd Adam's, at Salem, Dee. IHih and Mill. Cedar Hill, at Cedar Hill, Dec. 20th and lllist. Anlioch, at Salem, Dec 2" th and 2Sth. The District Stewards will meet in (he lecture, room of the Methodist church in ClarUsville at Kl:.10 a. m., on Tliurslinv, Oct. 2.'!. let these brethren try to reach the city on Wednesday, 'jtid m us to attend the Wednesday niiiht pr.iver nieetinK- W. It. Pkkbi.ks. The ( ause ot Poor Health Is often found in the neglect of one's own self. A light cold or slight head ache is treated aa not requiring much iittenlion; the assumption hoing Unit they will soon puss oil, and ilia only when ii c.iso of full-Hedged eickness de vi lops il.-elf that the consequences of dint iie.Jcct are. fully realized. As a preventive nnd positive cure forConghs, Colds, llonrseness, Spilling of blood, Asthmn, Piiins in the Chest and first stages of consumi'tion, use P'ilert'u Ex tract of Tnrimd Wild Cherry, nnd for Mik Headache, Torpid Liver, Dys- pepsin, Nervousness and all Dilious Complaints, use J-.ilert skylight Jiver Pills. P.oih nre guiirnnleed. For sale, "wholesale, nnd retail, by I.iK'kert it KcMiolds. driiL'cisL-. Irish linen. Orane's linen, w hite and j i tint d linen, laid and wove linen, fori Ihe typewriter and general business j correi .oudeiice, nt the Lkak-Chhm- I I ( i.k .lob i;.)onis. l ine papers, plain ! land nihil, always in slock and as ; cheap as ihe same praties can be gt ; ton anywhere. P.usiness men who : want good stationery w ill consult their interest bv examining our Mock. We earrv the lt brands in the above srooi'U and in ouperfine and flax papersi lor rorresiionuein-K nuo mn j (iiNid henvv brown dotiuMic n clr. reryiinloiilyntl. Kosii.f.H Sons. otttf SHO ES beforo tho riso old prices. -: M. A. Stratton. 'J CASES Also Wall nnd Prescription cases, Cedal Chests, Burlier Furniture, Jewelry T-uys i FOR CHILDREN. REGULATES THE BOWELS & CURES Colic Pnlns, Nervousness, Knnmier Coaipiiiint, SiireTliroat, Sore Month, Acidity of the stiiinaeli Convulsions. Diarrliiea, Cholera Inlanlimi, and all diseases ot lidiuiey ami early childhood. It Is not narcotic; Is purely vegetable and harmless- EILERT'S EXTRACT OF TAR & WILD CHERRY, Cur CoiikIis. Colds, Iloai'seness, Spittin,!; o( lilood llrniieliitis, Asthma, Inlliieiixa, l'leiuisy, lnllam iiiatioii of the Limns, rains in the Chest and Hist stages of Coiisiimptioii. EILERT'S DAYLIGHT LIVER PILLS I'ov Sick Headache, cine liillmisiiess and Constl paUou. Kcijiilate the .stoniach and I.iver. Horses, Cattio, 1 Tgs, Sheep & Poultry rr i'kkv:!. j , and cci:i:.s All Diseasei coniinon i.i them. Tl,ls Towder Is a iiever-faillnt; remedy. Atrial of one iiaekage will prove it. UNCLE SAM'S NEI&VE and BOMB LILTIMENT, IS TIIIO 1IKST Clllt ATI VK K1H MAN N3 BEAST EVfH PRODUCED. It alfuid-i tlio finl.'kest relief from pain nnd I'tTeetithe nuist perinaiielit euro ol imv remedy now known to man. - (iet l;nele Sam's Kni;lish nnd Cernian A Ti C book from your ilrn:;i!ist. Tin- iiliovo liained meritorious Itemed ies, iz.. Dr. Wirchcll's Teeth ing Sijrup, lilerl's Extract of far on Wild Cherry, Eilert's Datiliqht Li'er Pills, Uncle Sam's Condition Powder and Uncle Ham's Liniment are made liythe Emmert proprietary Co. Chicago ill. For Siile, w holesale, and retail by Lockert & Ki'trnolds, druggist. JOBS BOOK COMMERCIAL FinST-CLASS STOCK used and attention given to detail that Insures iraACME AND SATISFACTORY WORK, WEDDING, And a well Lithographing - of - all - Kinds. 1 n9 a JLJmfLX JL . T rJicbJL Jib Vlllt;, for Infants "Castor-la Is so well adapted to children that I recommend ito superior to acj prescription known to mo." II. A. Arcukr, II. 1)., HI So, Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. " ThP nsi of 'Castoria' la fo universal and lt murits so well known that it seems a work of mipererocation to endorse It. Few are the IntelliKent families who do uot keep Ctotoria wiLhiu amy reach." Carlos MinrvN, P.T) , New York City. Late Pastor Bloomingdale Itoioriuod Church. Trot Cintaur nunl!l.l.vr-d,U'-l TOAMTjm V, Bf" 1 J6i Franklin Street, Clarsuille, Tenn. BUYS AND SELLS EXCHANGE New York, Memphis, New Orleans, Cincinnati, Louisville, Nashville, Saint Louis, and All AccossiUe Fo'nti PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO COLLECTION? It. II. POINOHXTKK. Ganhfr-r. DR. C. G. WILSON, XIOMOECPATIIIET, University of M'u hiffan.) ti Given tc CriScii! Surgery, Cordcr & Warder, BnilSers and Citrate, Shop in rear of Zodcr A OtiklcyV imint shop, on Tliiru s-lrfrl, oppimito court-house. )onll kinds of Cttrpt'nter Wink tt Untnivn'ilr VVVym. Solicit the patronio of tho public CORDER & WARDER. iuiyl2,d-tf Hevernl yenrs rko I was Miirerinsr fmni ?......,..,..,,,.,, n ni vi,iv Hint , muted iiuil tell in tiiu iriiiiind in Hill's Hey, lie I, ween iiierry mill nllciie a rcets, Hein licrisoiiully iu'iiniliued Willi In. Hod;eH, at his MiKgcHtiou I lice.im IhIUiik Hodgos' Sarsaparllla. I lol nhont, one doz en bottles In all. and from the time I hud taken the tlrst buttle toy health hcjjnii to Improve, and by tlio time 1 bad laUeii the twelfth bottlo my health wiu emn plelely restored, and I have enjoyed uood lieullh ever biiice. I firmly believe II saved my lfo. Yours truly, W. Y. WILIIOITR, Cor. Market nnd t'urroll Sts., Niibhville, Teiiu, I'UKPAllKD IIV RANliUM ROOT MEDICINE COMPANY, NASHVILLE. TENN. In all its forms, NEATLY and QUICKLY For tlio Lowest Living Prices. HEADQUARTERS FOR- BALL and PICNIC WORK. assorted stock of stationery always on hand. " For all classes Kiven Attention ADDRESS, OH v & v BARESDAZbE, Printers and Publishers, t and Children. Ctwtorla ratce Colic, Constipation, Pour Htoinaeh, Diarrha a. Kruelaiion, Kills Wdnus, gim bleep, and pruuiotos di- pesiivut, Without agurioua medication. For several years I have recommended your ' Castoria, and slitill always continue to uo no as it has iurariably produced beneficial rosults," Edwin F. Pardbi, M. D., "The Wluthrop," I-'Mh Street and 7th Ave., . Hew York City. Compamv, 77 Murray Strekt, Nbw Votw. CLAKKSVILLE Fsmale-:-Acadsmy. A. Hc'liwil for the hlhereiilliire of young wo uieu und H'riM. -:- KINDKROARTKN DKPA RTMKNT. -!- Hnndsoiue new IralldliiR finely equipped Ileiilthy loom Inn. Huporlor HdvanUiifeM. U'erniN reHKonatilo. Hoiird (iti per month. I'nll Term opens Heptoinbor 2, 18S8. Mend for I'atalopne. MU8. K.u. miFOt!!) Prlnclpnl. Er.T.C. 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