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A cream of tartar baking powder. Hlgheiit of ill In leavening streiiij'.li. t'..y. Uoven m-nt Report, Aug. 17, ISM). IttlYAL BAICINO POWDPR CO., 106 Wall Street, New York. EvMinjr Tota-Lsaf Chronicle. Monday Evening, Oct. 20. 15 CENTS PER WEEK. Louiiville ft Nashville Railroad. TMlmlnnv (Jlarkivlllo aMo'lowa: south : Wo.lOl, Fast Mall, 8:1 S r. V No.lui, Kant Expieas, dully 7:14 A. M noiith : Mn.liri, Kant Express, daliv 6:F5 p. M No.1114, KaHt Mall 6:3o A. M BL.KTOK ACCOMMODATION. Arrive 9:55a. ra. Depart 3:00 p. m. CLAKKHVil.LE AND PBINCBTOlf. MrII anil TxpresN Arrives , i):10a. m. Mall and Kxpress Leaven 4:iii) p. in. Mixed train arrives (1:05 p. m. Mixed train leaves 7:25 a m Albert Green is quite Hick. Wesley Ordain, of the south side, is in town to tiny. Uev. T. V. Atiliott, of Nashville, is visiting his mother's family. lluh Cainplit'll left Saturday even ing for San Antonia, Texas. Col. Tlios. McConrnll will speak here ( )ct. 2!) in behalf of Uemoeracy. Mr. Timothy Sullivan, of Mil waukee, is in the city on a visit to relatives. The Ladies Aid Society will meet at Jiido Tyler's ofllce Tuesday morning t in o'clock. The candidates for the Letfi-lature and senate spoke to day at Hunt's mill in the isth district. W. II. laly left Friday evening to accept a position as salesman in a grocery house at Palestine, Texas. W. II. Mcl'iuiley returned from Nashville this morning improved in health. Ho reports Mrs. McCauley improving rapidly. The District Prohibition Club will meet at the court house to-morrow nijjlit at 7:.'S0 o'clock. Very special laniness w ill he transacted. Rev. . S. ISryoni the newly ap pointed minister to the A tit inch cir cuit tilled his appointments at Salem and Ant inch yesterday. Uev. J. II. West will move his family to the city the latter part ol the week. They wi 1 occupy the new Methodist pers'uiae. For ladies tine shoes see HI ch Hros. i 20,d, tf Frank ISuckiier and Ernest Elder relumed yesterday from Lexington. They brought the news that Lee II. was distanced in the 2:21 pace Sa'urday morning on the first heat. Men's boys' and children's hats at (J) half value at I. llosenle d A Sons. oi:i,tf Y. MT. C. A. A full attendance is desired at the monthly members' meitinsr of the Young Men's Christian Association to night at 7:.'in. Let all come, as an interesting time is expee'ed, 1 1 yds yard wide bleach domestic sol tinisii for $.un only at I. Uosen teld it Sons. ol.'S.tf M. V. Ingram hft the city this iiiornirg fiir the purpose ot working up an interest in the corne-stone lay ing of the (iraccy-Woodward fur nace and in the sale of lots of the Ciarksville Laud Company. He will visit the adjacent towns and citits bcl'i'ie his return. Kii'JXirs i.l ruck bottom price at the Stan. 'miiI Wi-joui ( ., 7 tliiid st feet. ( 'ome nml see ii". 1 il.lni.wL't. Tolui Wilheri teatl. .1. ohn Withers, brother of U. 1?. Withers, of this city, died in Hop kinsville yesterday. Mr. Withers had been a victim of that dreaded disease, consiuuptinn, for a number of years and his death is not a sur prise to his friends. In order to le liiec ear Ht 'ck we will for the iwxl ;otl iv, sell bunnies, carts .1: t, at price lower than ever ollercd on lids market. Stami.uiii Waiion Co. ocl d,lni,w'.!l. A llcrss K lied. Fri-lay evening a Mr. Myers, w ho lives on Yellow creek, near Sailors' Hest. was leaving Tarsus F,.ir in a spring wagon with his fanuly, his horse became fr'ghtened and ran i away. The animal ran against a! tree with such force as to mash his skull almost in'o a u'P, his brains heing spattered all over the body or the tree. '1 he omipants were thrown from the vehicle hut none were scriai-dy hurt. I A NEGRO BRUTE. Attempt i Heinous Crime on the Person of a Little Girl. A terrible crime was attempted on the person of J. F. Wood's little nine year eld daughter about 12:'!0 o'clock yesterday. She had been to preaching at the M thodist church and was returning home, through an alley leading from Commerce to Franklin street, when a negro hoy about eighteen years of age ran out of an old shed on the side of the alley and clutched her. She screamed and made desperate efforts to free herself from the brute, and sureeded once, but the lustful fiend caught her and dragged her to the shed, telling her that she would have to submit to his base designs. The venerable Dr. J. W. Ilanner heard her screams and ran to her assistance. The bru!e, see ing that he was caught, re linquished his hold on the child and ran. Dr. Ilanner turned his at tention to the child, who was in a paroxysm of fright. She was car ried to her father's residence and as soon as she could be quieted told her tale. There is no wonder that every fiber in the father's body burned tor revenge. It was enough to drive a man mad. The police were quickly called into service and Chas. Collier succeeded in catching the negro only a short distance from where the crime was attempted. lie was taken ba'ore the child, who identified him as being the guilty party. The beast did not deny the charge. It was all the police and Mrs. Wood could do to keep the father from killing the brute on the spot. I he risoiur was finally taken to jail, and this morn ing was taken before 'Squire Cald well, who fixed his bond for appear ance at court at $2,.r)00. Failing to give this the prisoner was remanded to Jail. An innocent little girl, on lur way home from hearing the word of God preaclud, h assaulted almost in the heart of the city by a negro. The mind revolts at contem pltting the enormity of the crime. His name is John McCoy, unrf h ls a son of Hen. McCoy, the barber. IS THE MARRIAGE VOID ? That is the Question for the Clerk to Set tle at His Leisure. A clever minister of this count.' has returned a marriage licence to County Cleik C. D. Hail y, accom panied by the following unique en dorsement or explanation. We sub stitute fictitious nanus fr the par ties involved in the complication : To Comity CI irk Moiilyi.hnry County, Tnnn.: Dicak Silt : SimesoU-mnizing the rites of inatiimnny between Jim llar.lttck mid O'ivia Unstick, 1 l.avi been told that Olivia ltistick h s i. living hu-baiiil and has no divorce If it is true, I here1 y declare m part void. of the proceedings null and Jf untrue, it is lama fide. Yours truly, Tine Paiison. II The reason I delayed re N. turning this license Mr. Hard tuck promi-od to send me a vouehet hat the report was not true, (for I have seen him and informed hun o! the report since he married) but fail ing, I can't wait any longer, as I am going to leave the county, tii k Parson. A Sudden Death. S. Kaplan, a peddler, died sud denly this morning at the residence of Mrs. Drandau on Greenwood ave nue. He had eaten a hearty break fast and sat down in a chair by the fire, when he suddenly fell to the lloor in a dying condition, l.e livid only a few minutes after falling. The coroner's jury returned a verdict of death from heart disease. There mains will be shipped to Nashville for interment. Fine V mtables. Listen to this, Oh ! ye southsiders, from the Quannh (Tex.) Tribune ol a recent date, and wonder w hat the world is coming to : J. It. Richardson has in his gar den as tine specimens of turnips, radishes, lettuce, Irisli potato; s and tomatoes glowing as we ever miw ai this season of the year. Mlli 'a Nerve and LIvt Tills An important discovery. They net on the liver, stomach nod bowel" through the nerves. A new principle. They speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles and constipa tion. Splendid lor men, women and children, smallest, mildest, sure.-t. 10 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at !)won & Moore's. A L. rce fo at). C. A. ll.trnes, who lives on the farm of Win. liudolph, deceased, has sent to Lie Lr..v i -Cm imxici.i: office a sweet potato which tilts thtj s -a'es at ;J pounds. It is of the southern queen variety, and Mr Larnes says he raised about forty bushels of them this season. Mrs. Ma'y Jessnp has rented the Gen. Quarles place and sIk and R. C Roach and family will occupy same. jj ! To the Votere of the Iwelfth District. I hereby nnnoinice nys-f n eandi da'e for the olliee of mi gist rate to fill ou the unexpired n rm iff. J). Jtui'y resgnid. It. 1 Kimm int. Scp'.'.te The candidates for the 1-gi-lature and senate report kmhI crowds to hear tin in at e.a h speaking place. Henry C. Hem ton, W. II. Will iams and F. W. Watts, of Id txidiy, iii'e in town to iy. AT TUB CHURCHES. Rev. J. B. West at The Method ist Church. Larce Congregations at all Services The Protracted Services at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Dr. J. B. West, who was assigned to this station by the late Methodist confeience, arrived late Saturday night and met with a hearty greeting by the Methodist congregation. Dr. West is at home in Ciarksville, every body likes him, and all citizens are rejoiced at ids coming. 11 is text yes terday morning was most appropriate to the occasion, taken from first Cor rinthians, 2n I chapter 1-2 verses: "And I brethren when I came to you, came not with excellency of speech, or of wisdom declaring unto you, the testimony of God, for I de termined not to know anything among you, save Jesus Christ and Him crucified." Dr. West said in his prefatory re mariis tnat lie wanted to impress upon the minds of all present that Christ was the beginning and the end of everything. Around Him centers every religious thought. The life and character of Christ were beatifully protrayed by the minister, and the sermon abounded in pure gospel truths, replete with excellency ot speech, lie alluded to the en trance of Christ into the world, His ministry, His sufferings i Gclhsem ane, His crucifixion and Anally His triumphal entrance into heaven. He pictured the man as being an ex traordinary one, going from p'uee to place preaching plain, simple truths, convincing many of those with whom he came in contact that he was the one spoken of by the prophets a? coining to save the world. The ser mon was an excellent one, and was much enjoyed by the congregation. A HIT OF eiU UClI HISTORY. Great changes have come about since Dr. West was llr-t appointed to the Ciarksville station. That was in the fall of 1808. The Methodists then owned the church now' occupied by the Cumberland Presbyterians on tin corner of FrankPn and Fifth streets. Many of the foremost men of tin church at that day have passed away and their jiIucim have been filled with others. Dr. West remained on tin charge only one year. In the fall o! T9 or '(ill he was appointed presiding elder otllie district, remaining in the work six years. It might bo well to mention, in th'S connection, thatdur ing the war, time was not counted on the Methodist preachers and the remained on the work, assigned them before the war, until it closed. Through this trying period Dr. West Kept up the work of the district i s best he could. In the fall of IStiti he was appointed by Conference pros sident of the Female Academy a( tiiis phice and held it seven years. From this brief sketch It will be seen Unit Dr. West is no stranger to the Ciarksville people, he having been thrown with them fourteen years ol his ministerial life. In the interim the Methodists have sold the church n the corner of Franklin and Filth streets to the Cumberland Presbyte rians and have erected a handsome edifice on Madison street, that would be an ornament to any city. The Cumberland Presbyterians h ive im proved their church until it presents quite a different appearance to what it did the first lime Dr. West preach ed in it. Church property in Clarks ville has increased wonderfully since that time. KKVIVAI. SKllVK'KS. The protracted services at the Cum berland church were begun yester day. There were good congregali ins both day and night. Rev. F. P. Flaniken is assisting the pastor in the meeting. Mr. Flaniken is an impres sive talker and much iiiiorcst was manifested at both services. The me; ting w ill continue bnth morning and night until furtler notice. Every denomination in the city is welcomed at these m'vicos. May Thank her Stars. The narrow escape of Mrs. J?. M. Seni les, of Elkhart, lad., from a per matnre death is wonderful. She states that "for twenty years my heart troubled me greatly. I became worse. Hud smothering spells, short br.'iith, fluttering ; could not sleep on my left side, hud much :ih in bienst, shoulder and stomach. Ankles swelled. Hud mil li headache and dizziness. Treatment did me no good, until I tried Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and Restorative Nervine. The first dot tie helped me, and I was ir tuiilly cured. For sale at Oivcn A Moore's drugstore. A fine book on the Ik art and nerve free. -I Jay Gould thinks tint if the Mc Kinley bill makes prices too high people can buy less. It is economically true that they do 1 uy less when pi ices are made too ingn, but it is nam in jihisageor plenty pr, (lucmg inven tion and machinery that scarcity ' should be produced by law merely to allow cortaiii comomaii. ins oi corpo- railOUS Kl oiiiei i infill i iiie .-!. Li nts Jirpulitir. Lev. (J. S. Hyrom, the newly tip! pointed preaclu r to the Antioch cir- j cuit, w ill move his family to his new j charge next week. The family con- j sists of n wife, one miii and two: daughters. IikT In the city thi- morninsra ladies pohl watch and chaUeiaiiie! chain with siitfar bowl rlmrm. Ship engraved fn one side of watch. The Under will return t this office and i le liberally rewarded. I7,;U, LAID TO BEST. The Remains ef Chas. "W. Wheatley In terred in Greenwood. The burial or Chas. W, Wheatley from the Episcopal church last eve ning was largely attended, both by the orders to w hich he belonged and iiy citizens generally. Dr. Pettis conducted the religious services at the church and at the grave. After Dr. Pettis had read the Episcopal burial services at the grave the body was turned over to the Knights of Pythias and Odd Fellows. The ser vices of each order were very im pressive. The floral offerings were numerous and handsome. It was the general verdict that the floral design- contri buted by the orders to which the de ceased belonged were as handsome as any ever seen at Greenwood ceme tery. The grave was made one solid mound of beautiful flowers, placed there by those who esteemed Chas. W. Wheatley. The Baptist Convention. The IJiptist State Convention has been in session at Chattanooga for several days. The statistician's re port, though gathered from defective data, shows that there are in the State: Ordained ministers, 837 ; churches, 1,174, valued at 919,04.5. The salaries of the pastors of these churches amounted in the aggregate to $100,4(12. There were added to the churches during the year by bap tism, C,0o() ; by 1 ;tter, !l,luG ; by expe rience, 1(18 ; by restoration, 510 ; total idditioiis, 10,484; increase ovtrlast year about 5,000. This c.ty has been .selected as the place lor holding the next conven tion. Tho Ciarksville Cornet Band re from Paris yesterday and report a cordial reception at the hands of the citizens of that pluce. The boys ac quitted themselves so well that they were engaged for the next fair. J. W. Curd has a strawberry plant on exhibition, at T. A. Thomas Drug Company's store, having ten well matured berries on it. '1 he plant is of the Tenncsse (iueen vriety. Oliver Brandon, son ef 8. O. W. Brandon, of this city, died at Chicago y ster.lay of inllamation of the bow els, and his remains are expected here fur interment to-morrow. The condition of L. Bloch is not so good to-day as it was last wen-k. He took a change for the worse last night, but rallied s miewhat to-day. Just received a full line of carriages, sturies, pheatons, buggies, spring v agons at Standard Wagon Co. 117 Third street. ocl d,lni,w2t. jun. B. Coulter has rented the Kirhy residence on Madison street and has moved li s family into it. Rev. J. F.. Harrison will move his family and household effect to Mur freestioro this week. Three splendid showcases for sale cheao. Apply to Kincannon. jyid tf. HEW PULL CREAM CHEESE, FItESII OATMEAL AND CRACKED WHEAT, OAT FLAKES AND GRITS', MACCARONI, ' FRESH CRACKERS, ew Line Blanke's NICE Country Hams, New Crop Molasses maple SYiun"t ADAMS - & - NEBLETT, Mules, Saddle Brood Marcs, Milch Cows, Jerseys, Stock Hogs, English Goats, ATP UDLIG SALE BY AUCTION, on six months' credit, at Ihicnav entura Earn), near Ciarksville, Tennessee, on Wednesday, October 22, 1890. The Iu'mvv rain of Die 11th of Time Inst prrvrntl my wil then ndvertiepd. T will nowtliit Mi tihove ptnrt unit 1utt I'ijjlit muls flv rn ihhh h with funl highly hivd MWt(. lis, lirmln 'lydi-Mlnlc h lllif'. iitwio Noni'itu I' illien nnd i-h)liiKS, HimiiImwi-k, IIiittN, Milk Town, KllgllKh (iiifHK d 'J'hf Mile will Nlnnt 10 o'clock himI will CoIltllitU' until 1 o cIock, vlit-ti then' will tx n luljourriini'iit ol out huur fur Dinner, which will he served on the ground. rtf'tin mW r Hint Hip sale ill lip nl Hie I'm 1 r Krocinln null's It Id mlnlne, In wlilcli pvrnl It u ill lo nrlil In t:i In run .iiOili-iiiuIit kimiiI Mii'tu-r Hint the Kali' will lake iiliire minor i-lil in-. riin-liiiMTK will lr rnlnil to dive nntf-n ns won ns the nxrtr N kinx-kert ofT, with surd smtui Oy tv iinty ( mfi- ImIiIi1- If llil 1 no) ilnn tl.i )im'i'iy limy m put up Imiu illMlflv iiml rvll. A luii f iti-wiiptlon of Uir piopi Uy whii-h u 11 fix ollVicri will lie will li- mint M iipph Int; in iiii. AIX l l I Mil II 20 r.vsii. A. G. GOODLETT, ClarisTille. Tens. M'p.il-niA w.w.l. Ik RYAN'T & STRATTON Business College I Hwkkrrping, Short Uand.I'rntnaniiMp.&c.m H'r4 w titiofrt and full i Ths Double Barrel Election Lw. The new election law requires two sets of Ja iges and two b.dlot boxes at every voting precinct ; one State and one national. The vote's for Con gressmen will be placed in the national box, and the votes for gov ernor and representatives in the State box, thesa boxes to in? 100 feet apart. In towns and cities, where the registration law is enforced, the registration certificates will have to be stamped or in some way cancelled at the fiist polling place where offered and taken up at the second. Every voter should understand this, Demociats especially, all the Democratic votes in Ciarksville will be needed to heat Baxter for governor and J. V. Jackson for the Legisla ture. We would regret to see 1! i.Johnson and W. B Dunbar, come out behind in Ciarksville. The pro hibs. really at heart, don't want to do this, but, iike Dr. Kelley, they think they have been called by the lord to save the country from whisky, and they an; going to w.te that way, let ting consequences take car of them selves, even n jacKson sh .uiii open two sah ons. When you need a irood. safe lax ative, ask your druggist for a box of Ayer's Pills, and you will find that they give perfect satisfaction. For indigestion, torpid liver, and sick headache there is nothing superior Leading physicians recommend them. Jno. Dortch spent the S ibhath with his Ciarksville friends. Very latest styles in men's boys' clothing at Bloeh Bros. s20,d,tf and New and Brcs. elegant carpets at Bloch so.ei.tr Mules for Sale ! Jh Ice I Ccal Company W I I.I. SEI.b; 3 A No. 1 Mules 3 AT A liAUUAIN. (!AMi lit TII 131 U OI I'ICE oc l sco-1 In Public Sale A FINE HAY FARM I v.ill ell to the, hlalieM bldiler, Bt the Court House door l:i l larksville, Tenn., oil MONDAY. KOYHMttKIfi li AT II O'CLOCK. SIIAUP, A Farm of 160 Acres and a Largo Stemrncry, Hot li in New rrovitlearo, Tenn,, and belong Int? to toe csmic ol Mciiiinn I'ctiiis, ilec'd. 'i'iios. ll. II V.MAN, Auctioneer, Oct ll.tdx, swiilKl J ANTE!) Ynunir men nnd Indies to Kli.dv Shoilliniiil id In. inc. complete Mull Course, IhrllHllllu out 11 i . IM. I 'i 111! II t'lilvei-Kiil riioiiogrHi.hy, Kimpli! it, most leitl Itili! anil rapid of nil slim -tumid. Hiii-c kh in three iitonili". "IVriiln" Hhnrthni d IhkII lute, Louisville, Ky. Ocl,.l;i,d's',lin NEW HOMINY, FRENCH PRUNES, PLAIN AND SWEET. Candies Just Received LOT OF Harness Horses, A if OXfll I C f V IEW Now Buckwheat Flour, both Plain and Self-rising:, New Molasses, Pickles, Jollies and Canned Goods of all kinds. A LSO - ON - I LAND . A. Fine Lot of Country Bacon, Ilams and Sides. KEESEE & NORTHINGTON. STTTfflQJ OTTTnCJ qTTTTIO We call Attention to our immense, superb, beautiful ino of SUITS. It is a trr);t to go through our eto.:k and sec the. variety we display." .Cheviots ami Worsteds, Cassimers, and Corkscrews, Sack, Cutaway, Prince Alberts bound or unbound, Plain, Fancy or Plaid. If yon want a suit of any description, avo can suit yon. Business, Dress or Semi-dress Suits. !N.:.OfEKOOATS We take the lead. Box Coats, Capo Coats, Long Coats, any kind of O'VE'lt COAT, f'''"i tbo cheapest to the finest. Beavers, Meltons, Che viots, Worsteds, Wide Wales, plain or patin lined, raw or stiched edge. AW we ask of you is an inspection of our. Suits, Overcoats & Underwear. PHILIP - LIEBER - & SON. "LKADING CLOTHIERS." -Tho Grand Display of Plain and Fancy Dress Goods at our si ore should bo seen by every visitor to tho city. Our stock of is ( eornplete and our prices are Fatisfactory to purehasera. -;- Call and bs Conyinoed. inwcRTn U 91 &.1P fl UIU Corner First and NEW STORE GREAT ISJlRQIMS TPP.T'R'n'iVr a A grand selection of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods. Also the iinest stock of J)ry Corals, Notions and Ladies' Fine SliocH' that lias ever been brought to this city. . Hlcnclipil Homcstlc, ynnl vllc, .'i H. nr vaiil. ('HllOfiB 1'., ci'iit. iiml iiw nr-1. Oln)rtiiiinH Ti o(h mid iipwiiiil. v iniiNiir I'iticni' ii cii hit vnin. erottmi F"i 11 nei. in nil hi nam, h rm iit yfira All wool I'liiiiiiil, In nil Mi'i. f r 1 1 1 HI t ii ana tipwnrii. B(l Tli'Klnx H i U pr ymil iiml m"vnnl. I)r-s UimkIh fiom III i Im i it yiii'il to W :m. I.lnon O'kmIh wlih very low ni-. s. llanilkernlilefH 2 for "i cl. iiikI up to T.V cni'li IjhittH HKsortini'iil of JjhiIIi-k' I'lulcrwciir. jrll!i' Wm(i fi-om 40 CIH (i Lwlli-R' Hovp fnim 72 renls lo Sf.OI KxnuiliiR my full line or Ktliopin n I. hick Hiwlrrv. Iiiiii-Ht Slylp Swiss Kniliiulili ry n il Ijih Willi vi-rv low irli-p. Silk Vi lllnir fioin Hi flu per .vim upwiiiit. U 111 (JIOVI H f 11 lll iVl ClK lo W m. IIooiIkhiiiI TobntriiiuiH lor i i.i'-munl children. ('nil nnil lie eonvinced. !No trouhle by calling. Call early nod girt llrht pifk if.i'r Unci eilg, Miin'ii'i t lolhlng h'p'l : W. II. GOAL We arc now receiving full euppliesol Pittsburg, St Bernard and Diamond, Main Mountain Jcllico, Anthracite Jfer wbbh we cat deliver during Feptcmber at Summer prices. Wa wil" do pleased to receive yocr orders. GOODS I ft EMCRAE. Franklin Streets. ArrlllS-d EW GOODS! SlyllHli laillfH c.'ipi troni liOnN tolt .Vl. Vi'iy nko H-Nortniful or liulliV ClonkM miii mill ( 'Hpo.i, I .h. lh s' Urn. smiii-k from ?i.2;i to si.((i. I.hiIii'k' coiiimi' Hhm-ii Itom 7"i flu lo 91, CO. I-till 1 1 ua nl Mii.m' hiiiJ ( lilMran'uhliopH.. (li iitli'iiii'iiV I-1 in' Sin m'k from ?.so (i, $,-,,110. My It.iolK unit llroirmi Mioi-m, lor hoy nmr tni'ii ii: v vitv low. (ii nlli'iiii'ii'n I'iKli rwfar from 40 rlR uiwnrU. (iiMiili'ini-iiV (Ivi imIiIkh from 2 cis upwHnl. (li-nticini.ii'H W lilto lirrsn MhlrU from 111 olw lo 1 HI. A full assort moot of NnkWfiir. IflltM mill t'lipK H M)l'lfiU y. My lh.il thin Jeiiim I'anlH for IiovhiiikI rnpri, nl it litirKain. '17 liwli hlii Hrunxnl C'lirpHii nt m ct pr ynnl. Comt" and wb my ( IoIIiIiik ilf pitrl iiiciiI, hIw kU fnrotlnMnioiliiniKl the jiiIpi-k will mii- prln- j on. to show uonds. You wifl nave ninnfv at nur great stock. Itcspeetfully, B. FRIEDMAN. Turner, Victor Krlolman, Saicmnen. oll.tm GO JLLl