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15 CENTS PER WEEK. BRANDON A liAEirEDALE, PROP'S. Jay GouM, hh ii-nul, came out on lop ia tho threat Wall street break down, and regained control of tin Pacific mail line .The Indian Messiah, w ho i caus- lug the red men to dance find kick up a war cloud, has bom identified an one of the offspring of tho Mc Kinley lull. Tho remaining few Democrats holding Federal offices will all have to co now. The administration policy of chopping off nil Demo cratic 'heads has txen announced. Jay Gould says he 1 "personally in a very comfortable position," and Mr. Depew is very happy that Wall street will be able to get through the Htraln without railing on Uncle Bam. Miss Kate Eckstein, of Trenton, Ten n., has brought Huit against W, A. Skiles for ?'.r)0,(l00 for a breach of marriage contract, and hI a suit against J. M. Skilen, ol Trenton, for f .'.0,000 damngrs. The Indian Messiah h teaching his worshippers that tho white people will all le turned into bullhlo and cattish in the spring. Tom Heed will make a very handsome buflalo with his rod surcingle on. A I'nmed writer takes up much valuable space telling IiIh rauleis how to keep butter. Our plan m to Fpread it on hot rolls or biscuit and it keeps splendidly. In fact, we have been experimenting on this plan llity years, and have never had any to upon yet. If there arc any young men about hero who can't get their satisfaction in dancing, wo would commend to them the protracted dance in Bitting Hull's country, in tho North Dakota reservation, where they can flirt and whirl in tho giddy maze to their hearts contents. The Kentucky constitutional eon vention has adopted Dr. J. 0. Clar dy'e amendment creating tho office of "commissioner of agriculture, la bor and statistics," to be tilled by popular election. Dr. ('lardy is a prominent candidate fur thenext gubernatorial nomination, and the way things look now ho is going to get it. Ho Is a capable, practicable man, and would make an. excellent governor. '.' ' , !" ..." Tho next trip in ' search of the North Pole will bo attempted In n b.dloon, which Is being constructed by two young Frenchmen named I lerndte and lies moon. -They are to Mar from Hpotssbergon next May. Tnii tr of the balloon will have sev eral compartments, sleeping room, kitchen, and rooms for housing doj?a. for a boat sled, which is to be sus pended Irom tho l.ailoon. Should the expedition succeed, it w ill bo a Ron del ful achievement. The McCuno Scandal. A big scandal has grown out of the Senatorial contest in Georgia. A dis patch from Atlanta says Dr. MoGuue came there before the election, and lie and Livingston and Sledge suo eeodfd In getting twenty-eight al liance men in Kansas pledged to l'at Calhoun, but it soon leaked out that there was a deal in which Wall street capitalists had a hand, and a largo piece of Washington real estate was found to have connection with it, and the whole aflalr will be brought out . by President Polk in the Ocala convention next month. The dispatch says:, "I'olk, the President of the National Alliance, is Intensely bitter toward Livingston and McCuno. lie. is said to hnvo the ovidoneo which will create a great sensation when tho Alliance Con grew meet. Nothing but summary dismissal of the unworthy leaders will satisfy Polk in his present mood. It is altogether doubtful if Calhoun knows what has been going on be hind the scenes." Tli World's Fair. Tho excitement caused by this great event Is scarcely equaled by that pro duced by the great discovery of Dr. Miles (lie KestortUi ve Nervine. 11 speedily cures nervous prostration, change of life, pain, dullness anil con fusion in head, tils, Hleeplessne;.', the blues, neuralgia, palpitation, monthly pains, etc. C V. Snow & Ii.., "( Hynnuise, N. V. ; Talhoit and Mass, of (Jreenslairg, lad., and A. V. lilack burn, Of Wooster, ()., say that "The Nervine sells better than, anything we ever sold, and gives universal sailst'ae tlon." Dr. Miles' now illustrated treatise on the nerves and heart nod iiml tMitthi... fret! at Owen & Moore's drug store. . 4 Tx?n. The city taxes uro now due and most be paid. Please take note an i call at .the city marshal's office, or Ii'vli". will 1m made. nll.d-w City Maiisiiaf., When TUlif il. lf, w f.wp Iwr Ciwtnrta. When sin- as t'hil.l, ! r''"1 f''.-trl. WUen she .il Ci.i!.5vn. ti ll" :u Ct ill" Si I ft uDD3 AND E?C3. Tlio lushest riiilrocnl TrWj.joi the T.'n!tt Btv.tcs is tho Kin :'.u.i viaduct on tlio Krio road, :; j fuvt The hospital r.n'l prisons aro always ijliul to jzet uncut, second hand l-aptitf. es pecially lvligioua and story papL-r. It is estimated by the potato men tl-.nt nt least 8,000 barrel aro used in .New York city alouo every day. It ia estimatisl Uiftt tho liumhcr of pas fcnKcrn carried )y nil tho raitroada iu tho world averages C,nuo,OUO a day. Aliorsois liko a man. The way to his heart i tliroP.yii his Btomaoli. ..Pat libit ta hi.j mouth and ho will do ahiio:,t any thin;,' for you. With two exceptions tho women tench era in the, Ke.w Ihiven lilfjh school re:eive from SUOO to 1800, wliiio the janitor retelvea ZSa). A Ifiw has Kino lato elTect tu Louisiana rerpilriiig railroad coitjpaak'S to furnish separate, cam for white and colored persons. TlioSatlej, a lnrj;o riverin Britb-h India, wit h a descent of 13,(W0 fi'et in ISO :ile, is tho fiiistest flowing river in tho worid. Iu tho lifjuefiod curhonic Reid jjas of M. Citr.ard tho w.-.nt o a proper gas clieek has militated meully agniast tho succuss of the invention. Flutter wappad in parchment paper is said to bo grwttly improved in flavor. This is especially true in warm weather. An electrical paper points out that in Europe bronxo lias in a greet measure bu pcrsvdod iron and copper in eluctrical ap pliances, Tho banana plant has been found to con tain a greater quantity of pure liber than any of the other mi merous .vegetable prod ucts used for paper making. An alloy that expands in cooling and is suitablo for repairing cracks in cast iron is inado with nino pr!.s of lead, two of anti mony and oitu of biumuth. One Saturday ui'lit a canvass of the box offices of the Now York, theatres re vealed tho fact that New YorUors spent for amusement that night over )1,00(). Window blinds that have become diiiRy assume a wonderfully fresh look when wiped with a cloth wet with linseed oil. They inuiit he thorougiily dusted first. The grand duko of Baden has just grant ed permission for a monument to Victor von Schcd'el, tho author of the "Trumpeter of BaUkinnen," to bo erected on tho Castle terrace in Heidelberg. . An Osago City (Kan.) man has started a new kind of lunch counter. Ho serves only one dish Ki'Oimd popcorn mid cream, which he sells ut tea cents a bowl. Immediately after a hip; race in Kni;iaud several hundred birds aro aent up from various parts of tho course, which are ro lled upon to carry tho news to out of the way towns. Kay Thank her Stars. Tho narrow escape of Mrs. B. M. Bearles, of Elkhart, I nd., from.a per mature death is wonderful. ISlie states that "for twenty years my heart troubled . me greatly, J became worse. Had smothering spells, short breath, fluttering ; could not sleep on my left side, had much pain in breast, shoulder and stomach. Ankles swelled. Had rail di headache and dizziness. Treatment did me no pood, until 1 tried Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and llestorative Nervine. The first, Kittle helped ine, and I was vir tually cured. For sale at Owen & Moore's drugstore. A fine book on the iieart and nerve free. , 4 C1.ARKSV1LLE DISTRICT. first Round Quarterly Meetlnffo. ClarkuvUIe, Oct. V.) New .Providence and 'Bethel, af Bethel, M. With. HUte hiii", at Whites Chapel, Nov. 1st nod "nd. Palmyra, at Palmyra Nov. 8th and flth. Hallne, at Bum pass Mill,. (Kiiday,) Nov. 14. - Indian Mound, nt Stampers C'linp el, Nov. 15th and Ulth. Montgomery, at Woortlawn, (Mon day), Nov. 17th, Pleasant View at Malory's, (Kridny), Nov. lijxt. Ashland City, at Ashland City, Nov. 22nd and 2.'id. Asbury, nt Bethlehem, Nov. 20th and 30th. ; Springfield, (Friday night), Dec. fith. Bed Itiver, at Waitraee, Dec. (illi and 7th, Hadlersville and Adam's, at Halem, Dee. 13tli and 14th. Cedar Hill, at Cedar Hill, Dec. 20th! and 21st. Antioch, at Salem,' Dec. 27 th and 2Kth. The District Stewards will meet in the lecture room of the Methodist church in Clarkuvllle at 10:8(1 a. in., on I hurshay, Oct. 23. het these brethren trv to reaidi the eilv on Wednesdav. 22nd so as to attend the Wednesday night praver meetinp. W. R. PkkkIjKS. Blile'a Nerve and Liver Plll. An imnnrtnnt diseoverv. Thev act on the liver, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new principle. They speedily cure biliousness, had taste, torpid liver, piles and constipa tion. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 3(1 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at uwen k Moore's. Actions spsalt Louder Than Words. Call and bo convinced, allhouarh my good are not damaged by liro or water, neither that J intend to leave nor to koU out, I still sell here the prettiest, newest and cheapest goods in tho city. We have a large and well assorted stock of mens' and boys' clothinsr and gents furnishing goods. An elegant line of ladies and mens shoes. Tho greatest line of line dress goods that has ever been brought to this city. The latest Persian fdylo of ladies cloaks at first e.st. Belore buying elsewhere come and get nrices from us. V ery Ilcspeeuniiy, B. Fklkhman. Nov. 19. Very latest styles in men's and boys' clothing nt Bloch Bros. s20,d.tf The Want of Children. All fretful, crying, nervous children are unwell and only require proper medical treatment to icstoro them to tho healthy state, bringing quit-land case to the child ninl comfort anil jny to the mother's heart. Dr. Winehell's Twilling Syrup is the Infallible Remedy and sure euro for hII disease common to children, it is-wholly frcn ' from opiates, and is guarantee:!. A trial of one bottle will prove its great efficacy. For sale, wholesale and . retail, by Ix'kert li Reynolds, druggists. tVlebrnffni Confidence" oi .tnves. at WocmI t Viper's. . Jl.l.Vd.tf SERMON BY ML TAL' ! AGE. CONTINUATION OF THE HOLY LAND SHRiES. - c Tito TVicfor'a l!cr!itiivo Djseourspa Con tinue to KeH-. Great Interest 31 in r.ut Hero Iritrl la Full. BnooKf.TN, IsTov. 23. Tho interest in the gcries of sermons in which Dr. TaImaK is deserihiii his res-.mt tour ia Pahstino and inculcating K--lx l Ii kshiih mi;;-;ete!l hy his theme Inemifes from wet!; to week. 'J'here w as never so lar.jo a croivd at any one of the previous ei.iit sermons as there was today around the Drooklyu Academy of Music ia the morning and at Tho Christian Herald service in theovenhiff, the ninth ser mon. Its suhji'ft was "Among tlio Holy Hills," and tho text, J.uko iv, 13. "He came to Nazareth, where ho was brought up." Following' is the sermon: What a splendid sleep I had last nhjht in a Catholic convent, my first sleep within doors since leaving Jerusalem, and all of us a kindly treated ns though we had been the pope nnd his eol lege of cardinals pass ing that way! Last evening the genial sisterhood of the convent ordered ft linn dred bright eyed Arab children brought out to sing for me, and it was glorious) Thin morning I come out on tho stops of tho convent and look upon the most beau tiful village of all Palestine, its houses of white limestone. Guess its name! Naza retji, historical isazaretli, one of the trin ity of places that all Christian travelers niustsce or fuel that they have not seen Palestine namely, Hethlehern, Jerusalem Nazareth. Babyhood, boyhood, manhood of him for whom I believe there aro fifty million people w ho would lioiv, if it were required, inarch out and die, whether un der ax or down iu the floods or straight through tho fire. . THE VILLAGE OF KAZAISETII. . Grand old village is Nazareth, oven put tin;? aside its sacred associations. First of all, it Is clean; and that can be said of few of tho oriental villages. Its neighboring town of Nnblouf is tlio filthiest town I ever saw. although its chief industry is tho manufacture of Eoap. They export all of it. Nazareth was perhaps unusually clean the morning 1 speak of, for as we rode into tue vuiago t lio aiternoou uetoro ttio show ers which bad put our macintoshes to the test had poured floods through all the alleys under command of the clouds, thoso thorough street commissioners. Besides that, Nazareth has been tho scene of battles passing it from Israelite to Mo- hainmodau and from Mohammedan to Christian, tho most wonderful of tho hat- ties being that in which twenty-five thou sand Turks were beaten by twenty-one hundred French, Napoleon Bonaparto commanding, that greatest of Frenchmen walking these very streets through which Jesus walked for nearly thirty years, the morals of tho two tho antipodes, - the snows of litissia and tho plagues of Egypt appropriately following tlio one, tho dox ologies of earth and tho hallelujahs of heaven appropriately following tho other. And then this town is so beautifully situ ated in a great green bowl, the sides of tho bowl the surronading fifteen hills. The God of nature who is the God of tho Bihle evidently scooped out this valley for pri vacy and separation from all the world during three most important decades, tho thirty years of Christ's boyhood and youth, for of the thirty-three years of Christ's stay on earth ho spent thirty of them in this town in getting ready a startling rebuke to thoso who havo no pa: tienco with tlio long years of preparation necessary when they cuter on any special mission for tho church or tho world. The trouble is with most young men that they want to launch their ship from tho drydock heforo it is ready, and heneo bo many sink In tlio first cyclone. Stay in tho store ns a subordinate until yon aro thoroughly equipped. Bo a good employo iu your tirade until you aro qualified to ba an em ployer, lie content with Nazareth until you are ready for the bulFetings of Jerusa lem. You may get so gloriously equipped in tlio t hirty years that you can do more in three years than most uiou can accomplish In a prolonged lifetime. These little sug gestions I am apt to put into iny sermon, hoping to help people for this world, while I am cldefly anxious to have them prepare for the next world. . - wi!i:ke ciitusT was a nor. All Christ's boyhood was spent in this village and its surroundings. There is the very well called "Tho Fountain of tho Vir gin," to which by lii s mother's sida ho trotted along holding her hand. No doubt about it; it is tho only well in tho village, and it has been tho only well for three thousand years. This morning we visit it, and tho mothers have their children wit h them now as then. Tho work of drawing water iu all ages in those conntrics has been women's work. Scores of them are waiting for their turn at it, three great and everlasting springs rolling out into that well their barrels, their" hogsheads f water in floods gloriously abundant. The well i.) surrounded by olive groves and wide ?:pacos in which people talk nnd chil dren, wearing charms on their heads as protection against tho "evil eyo," are play ing, and women with their strings of coin on cither siilo of their face, nnd iu skirts of blue and scarlet and white and green move on with water jars on their heads. Mary, I suppose, almost always took Jesus tho boy with her, for she had no one sho could leave him with, being in humble cir cumstances nnd having no attendants. I do not believa tliero was one of tho sur rounding fifteen .hills that tho boy Christ did not range from bottom to top, or one cavern in their sides bo tlid not explore, or cno species of bird flying across tho tops that ho could not call by namo, or one of all tho species of fauna browsing on these steeps that he had not recognized. Von see it all through his sermons. If a man becomes a public speaker, In his ora tions or discourses you discover his early whereabouts. What a boy sees between 7 and 17 always sticks to him. When the npostle Peter preaches you see tho fishing nets with which ho had from his earliest days wen familiar. Aud when Amos delivers his prophecy yon hear in it the bleating of tlio herds which ho had in boyhood attended. And la our Lord's ser mons and conversations you sexs all the phases of villain- hraaml the mountain ous life surrounding it. Tliey raisftl their own chickens in Nazareth, and in after time he cries: "O Jerusalem! Jerusalem! how often would I bttvo withered t hee as a hen Riitliereth her chickens under her wings!" Ho had seen his mother open the family wardrobe nt the close of summer and tho moth millers Hying out, having do st royed the garments, unit in nfter years he says: "I.-iy not up for yourselves treasure ou earth, where moth, doth corrupt." In childhood he had Keen a mile of fjowers, whit! as tho snow, or red as tho flame, or blue i:s 1 ho sea, or gra n ns the tree tops, and r..i wemh-r ia his manhood sermon he said, "Consider tho lilies." While one dnj on a high point whuie now stands the tomb cf Nt-by iMiiidl, he bail seen winging pimt mm fo near ns almost to n-.l-rybm bair tlie partridge and the hoopoe sad tha t hrush mid tho usprc nnd tlio crane nnd tho ra ven, and no wonder afterward ia his man hood sermon he said, "Behold the fowls of tiienir." In N.uurrth and en the road to it there aro it preat many camels. I see them now in Memory Making their slow n-iy up the rigirt road from tho plnln of ijslrarion to Nazareth. Farolita ss Ciiri-t wi h their appearance, alja with tiuit snmil insect, t he cm..! ,w!.kh he had eeii his mother rr out fr,ym a ce.i of water or ..-iH i iitii, nou in w-oniNT in' i,;hsgs i- torwar.l tin- l.-ir;rnri,..M!rripj.,l uu. ,ip K,la!l !:?. into Ins trii.n iaii.1, wti:- f-i-.-ieg l I -i " 'i ..i ! i . - I , i , i ami Well, we have eo many Muds nnd combinations . this season that itjwould take up 'this wliolo page to tell you ail. we will simply say wo havo THE LARGEST STOCK "You ever saw in CJarkEvillo in II Leat i Til! ENAMEL AND PLAIN KIDS ia all tho widths from A to E, . .-.-.r i. ia prices ranging from -: ? '.$1-35 '.''.tO $S-50. Respectfully, : If. .A.-, .Stratton. RADAU'S 6 JT1ICR0BB KILLER. Tie Greatest DiECOverS - of tta Aga. OLD IN THEORY, BUT THK REMEt T RECENTLY DISCOVERED. CURES WITHOUT FASL CATARRH, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, HAY FEVER - BRONCHITIS, RHEUMATISM, DYSPEHSi, CAWCER, SCROFULA, DIAB6TE3, t , BRIGHT'S C!SASE, ? MALARIAL FEVER, 0IPTKERIA AND CHILLS. In short, all forms o! Organic and Functional Clseast . Tho cures' effected by this Mudiclao are Sir, raaay CUBU3 ' MIRACLES! Sold only in .Ths eiititahiiiiR One flalloti Ptlro ThrM lllnri n mtl i-i v jKtoien ;' vliuu IleHltli unit l-i.'o saia t-o obtuiued, "Kiitory of the F'.'.rols Killer" 1ALL OH 03 ADORES3 OeUOJl&wt . ,- Ladies, lie Beautiful. OF INTEREST TO ALL WOMEN. JWm. A. Blnr'H Sltin rii-iirli In posit Ively niinrlir ti nil others; ia tlio lntiwt end bent ever ftcr,.J for mile; not n ffiinol le; cIim-h iu,t uliow ftn thliu'; ! ft jHTteet Fkin touli-; iinrnntei'il to MiiovPtho wtist vnnvH of Fnf-i:lr, l.iver Hpots. Tan, rimplos. etc. (if nwl wilh my KipniriinMnK to dlrwtionfi). or money leltiiKled, per bnl lie; ttiottlffl.9-2.7A. l'nro n;i;l l.iirmlmH to llieeklii. Mute. Blnr'w Btftin- l-ili-neli in icrfti barmlcsw to tho linlr or ri'rwin iwinylt. ("m n bs taken In tlu month, il l o imre. One lmUUI nimcipiit to goini'u n unrK mt oi imtr. i'rice, ji per bottle. Nil!orf)noil ISiiJr removed Inn fe min. ta wit hont. pain or iniiir.v to IhenioHt ili-ticate kiii, Anyone enn line it". $1 per bottle. Hntrv moleH reniove.t Ail UndH of PrnrR or ftirlhmnrks removed or red need; ion) IHendwheBoi svervklnd nponthelnee tt-eeU-d vil h Home Kiieeew. Fine lifllr pi-epurailonn, (ine doupn nnd hujktIi lire powder, -W. II. Tlifl diHeovee,-! nnrl tnnnnflietnrer ol Hie Kkln lilenrh tola lxn-n Icnoivn to iiBlortnnny renrx. ,SIn In n bidy ol the lihrlieRt renpwlnbility, Unit her Htiitenientn mi enfliviy triml worthy. . A . A. Wll l.rrw, Taator Wnrren Memorlnl I'nu. Clnirch, F. r.: IM1WFT.T,, W. H. IIAItTIiOI.OMF.W, PrlnciTMil Femnit llinh School. Addro, MADAME A. MAR, 407 Fonrlli Avenim. LouIbtIIIc, Ky. Send stnmp for clrctiln. Ordern promptly Sited, Mention thin paper. . I-Z.X-JLiOl.iT'S - . Coninieroial School. Will taUe RtiiiK-nls from Jlotidny, Noveni- ber2l, nil to Decern her 1st, Dotli Rflcnioon and even lug tlonsv For a cotnplule 'oouine, Uoon-is on seeond Moor of - - Sslle-y Block Second St., Opposite. M iolicl'.i Iiestaurant frovlS.diyr , - Elder's Opera Houso. ONE NIGHT ONLY, Tuesday, .Nov.-- 25, : AL G. FIELD & CO'S. FAMOUS MINSTRELS nnd mnmniolh Enropi-nn mljnnet, !ne)inllm tho CKAliOCH, tho nnirvoloiw Roman nxn inen. (KlrKl Amerlean ppi-Hinnei). A ilex, irons nnd ilaiiBerous perl'iirinnnce. with Ito lnilll wnr axes. 'J he M is'linni Ironnn r.f ii. rl leval miiMleini)!, linpoitefi l.y lime Kirnlly. i no urisnnai nnisiuii Mnsleiit l'avirrn--wvi'a woMderlul peoido. EDTTASID STITS, tho denioiiKlriitor of Parlor CnllsthenleH. ,1'he xreafest llvinir KnnitihriHt. Orluliml in everyililnsj Unind fn-e open nlr concert ut i' ii. hi. tmiiy. r KICKS, sr,, 35, r.o 73. - '... .. v ,. , i.,,n,. v v niniii sitii'rt liookl(m-. The ( auae of Poor Health Is often found in the neglect of one's own self. Alight cold or flight, head ache is treated as not requiring much Attention; tho assumption being tlisit they will soon pass olf, anil it is only when a cse of fu!l-l!eilred sickness de velops iltiolf ilmt tho consequences of that neglect tire fully realised. As a preventive am! piis'tivc euro for t'onlm, Colils, llimrseiicss, Spitting of biiK.,!, Asthma, Tains in tlio Chest sm.l IIM stiiges of coiidiminiiini, use Kilert'u Kx trfietoITaraninS'ilil Cherry, and for siek llcnil.K'lir, Torj.-hl J.iver, Iy pepM.i, NervoiiPtiess nnd nil iJilioun Complaint, u !ert'sl),iviij;l,t Liver Pills. P,oili aro ruariiiftecd. For i1c;, vliu!-vn!a nnd retail, by LocVcrt A i;eynlit., drinrsists. Fur l.i-iii-4 lino hiii ( tu f - p.i.,f.!j r.ros. , rJ'Vl,tf Xc.v find c'cu nn? i?r;w.i-3 at li!. ii Ih-e--. ' s'jo.ii.tf s, ilt.1 II ?L V1TTTw,wy:-' I u m , ! t f 3 a IMLiM 1.1 for children: REGULATES THE BOWELS & CURES Cnlie 1'nlns, Nervousness, Slimmer Complaint, More Throat, Bore Mouth, Acidity of tlie Stomaeli (-oiivulxloiift. Dinrrliieii, tlholera Infsintuiu, and all dlscan of intaiiey nnd early childhood. H is not narcotic j Is purely vegetable anil liiirmlesu- EILERT'S EXTRACT OF TAR ft WILD CHERRY. for (Ninidio.CoMs, Iioin-seness, HliittinROf l'.lood r.ioneliilis, Asihnia, JntlneiiKi, J'leurlsy, Inllani iii.il inn .il (lie l.uimM, I'iitiisin the Cin-st ami iiist slajjes of Coiisuniition. EILERT'S DAYLIGHT LIVER PILLS l-or Slek llemliielic, cure HIIlousnPM and Cinstt piiiion. lli.'Kuliite the stomaeli and Liver. . 17 Horses, Cattle, Hngs, Sheep & Poultry IT rBEVKrtIS AND CUKES Alt niseaieq common to them. This Vowder Is ii never-railing remedy, A trial of one jiaekage will prove it. UNCLE SAM'S NEHVE-'aai BONE LIITIMZNT, 1M TlIK J1HHT CIIUATIVK FOR MAN WO BEAST EVER PRODUCEO. It iiil'nrda tlio quickest relief from pain nnd (streets tlio most permanent eme of ttiiy remedy now known to man. Oct TTnele Sam's KhrIIhIi mid German ARC hook-from ymir (!niffj;ist The above named meritorious Itemedli-s, viz., Dr, Winehell's Teeth ing Sinip, ZHert'3 Extract of Tar an J Wild Cherry, iilcrt'a Daylight Leer Pills, Unele Sttm't Condition f'owttet a id lrtvi Sam's Linimnt are made by the EMIVtERT PROPRIETARY CO. CHICAGO ILL. For sale, wholesale and retail by Lnckort & RcjrnoWs, druggist Cigars at Eastern Cost. I havo the slock of etgsirs of Major 15roH , at out 8(),(KM) or tlio best brands fit!. nd ()c. cigars, to close out whole- 8tiIeor retail, far below the price of sticti coru-i. t-smoKcrs wiu niaKe a note of it. Mauzy. o.W.d.lf Three splendid show cases for salo ch(a. Apply to Kincannon. jyldtf. 81,liE i'fl"Jilll i hll IIP 111 LI iiiiiiii COMMERCIAL i FIRST-CLASS STOCK used and attention gjlven to detail that insures ATTRAGtlVE' Mt) SAttSFACTORY IDDINCr, MMiiM HPffli M US ty, fr hi h rht M Hi 6T. i. . :-f v- :? .. : Printers and Ful)i!slieis, for Cnfntn "Cwitoria in no wcB uln-pted lo clxil-.lreo thtl I reeommrnd it a superior to my prescxipiion tnowntamo." II. A. A Henna, M. V., ill So. Oxford St.. Uro-Jtlyo, K. T. "Th nse of 'CaKtorin' is no nnlTn ftid Its Bwrits go well known that it mvins work of Biipereropntion toendoreo it Favr net!io IntfllliRent families -who do uov keep Castona wituiueabyiwicn." Cahlcs MUbtyw.T.T., Nw York Olty. Lite Pastor Bloomiugdole ltuforuied CUiu-ea. Tub CNTi.tm niiKl9.1yr-d,w-l rr i A j XI U&3C Franklin Street, K BUYS AND.-SELLS . EXCHANGE New Ycr. Keapliis, ' - ITew Orljiarin, Cincinnati, , Lovicvillo, Nactvillo, ,r " : Saiat Louis, asd All Acusriblo relets mQMPT ATTEST TI CM PAID TO COLLECTSCHO 1C II. POIND nXTKIt, 0Mt. ' DR. C. G. VILSOH, HOMOEOPA.TI-IIST, University of Michigan) . Special Aticnticn Gives ts Gricial Surgary. CLARKSYILLE Femals-tHAcadsmy. A School for tlie hlglirpultiirfi of youiiR wo uiou and Kirlx. -:- KINPKKOATITRN 1I PAKTMhST. -I- HandKome iipw lmlidlnf? fliinlv oqnlnpoO-Ht-allhy local li-n. bupurior iulviinliiijiH. TerniH rHNonalilo. Hoard till por inoiitli. KaU'lVriinipiiH Huptumhor 2, 1Wi, bund for t'nt.iilomic. MBS.JS.U, BUFOUD Principal. Coke. Ist quality IMttHburgh coal coke on hand, anil for pale at tlio Clarfceavilo Gas Light Co. Use it in your grates and cooking stoves, anil avoid the soot and smoke made by soft coal. Cleaner and nicer than anything you can burn, ex cept gas, 'or fuel. Excellent fuel for bane burners. oct!H!2ni. Large assortment of ladies,' gents', misses, boys' and children's shoes, at a bargain, nt 15. Friedman's. 1 l,4,d In all its forms, NEATLY and QUICKLY For the Lowest Living Prices. -HEADQUARTERS FOR- BALL arid-PICNIC WORE, And a well assorted stock of stationery always on hand. 'T'iT'CM For all classes it-mi! 1 given Attontion ADDRESS, f ! f f -.ml CItillrcn. CuotorlB (nirrs Colic, CV-n"!tirffltf. t -,.r ."-,..f;u.-u, Ji.-in-lio Krutatu.n, Kiiia Worua, givi sl-p, and nutu-tteai i''- jroKtion, Wiuiout iujunous lnedieAtion. 14 For at-verid yn'trs I havr rfvonmi'.p.lod your 1 Ciwtorin,' and sh.-itl alwnK clihi-m;.. i-, do no ex a bm tnvariauly pnxluved 1'ia- tl rosulta," KowiN F. P-imms, M. T)., "Tim Wintlirop," U'Sth Stroot and 7th Ave., New York City. Coupaht, 77 HimnAt Btbbkt, Krw Y-ji,. CarsuHIe, Tenn. Rowrat yours nuo I wngRuffcrii: from Konoriil donllll.y. and whk ho weak ll.:tt ) lalnUxl unit fell to tho ground m ihU' A nv. tH?twu,'ii t'liuri-y uini Colli i-,-t i8, jtnliiB peinonully iU'(iiaiiiU'd Willi Hi. lloiluoN, MtlilM xunKcKliou I bi'irmi liiliinn Hoitfles' Sars.lparllin. 1 took nlxuit mm doz en iKil.t li'H ill all. and from thn time I Iiad taltnn tlio fli-Ht Iwttlo iny healt.li li, (;:inio Improve, nnd by tlio tlmo 1 had lal'.i-ti the twelfth hottlo my health wad omi tiletely rrstorcd, and 1 havo onjoyitd ihhhI liraltU evot Niuee. I firmly believe I! euvcii my llto. Youib truly, W. y.WIUIOITR, Cor. Market and Carroll fcls., KipjUvtllo, To uu, , rnnrAiiKD nv . RANGUM ROOT MEDICINE COMPAMY, NASHVILLE. TEWW. . Er.T.C. )IMII DI5NT1ST fill""1. t. ) Oflle: Corner 3d I iinfcl'M-' f. ooium with lr (ahaiiiN Irish linen, Crane's linen, liile ami tinted linen, laid and wove linen, fur tlie type-writer and general business eurresiiondenee, at the JjKAI'-Ciikni-v,V. Job lloonis. Fine papers, plain and ruled, always in stock and as cheap as tlio same grades can W gut ten anywhere, jiuslness men who want good stationery will consult their Interest by examining our stock. Wo carry the best brands in the above goods and In superfine and. Mux papers) for correspondence and bills. DONE at tho 0 WORE o 3 1 KTHf P of work promptly to M.iH Orders. u 7 n i i ' n ' M i t K A K Boois, IIands!' lioB Vod t Yi-i-r's. The "!'.-'": ----JJ.i---l.tf "'"' On p In bit loti ihf niii( slid llti.) iiiplete line of -iildx-.n t I l.sh rT,fC rr crt o rr; f fw" 9sm &r mam V -a.