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15 CENTS PER WEEK. BRANDON A BAEKSDiLE, PROP'S. O'Shca! Will Parnell never hear the last of that ? Master Workman Powderly will represent the Knights of Labor in the Allhnee convention, which met at Ocala, Fla., Tuesday. Brother Broaddus, of the Erin News, has meat now." lie found a 'possum roosting in n barret with the chickens and closed on hi in. The esteemed Jackson Times re marks that "people are just like sheep." Yes, and they just as read ily submit to fleecing as olten as the plutocrats call for more wool. It Is reported that the New York World has been sold to a Republican syndicate for $3,000,000, exclusive of the building. We should not think of taking that price from a Republi can syndicate for the Leaf-Chroni- CliE. A little paragraph in the personal Intelligence column of the New York Herald has a great deal of signifl canco. It says: "Col. Danid S. Lamont was in Albany yesterday and had a lodg consultation with Gover nor Hill. Age-Herald. There It U again. The editor of the Age-llerald charges the types with making him misquote Scrip ture. Read the Leaf-Chronicle closely, Richard, and you will hard ly ever have occasion to complain of the types on that score. Congress met Monday and it is very evident that Speaker Reed has been shornof his strength and will not bo able to browbeat and force conservative Republicans to carry out his radical measures. They know that Reedisin ends with Con gress. The case of the State vs. King, known as the Adventist case, is still exciting much interest. .King was indicted and convicted in Obion county for working on Sunday. The Supreme court affirmed the jin'g ment and King appealed to the Su preme court of the United States. The Appeal-Avalanche says that the report that Senator Hampton had been accidentally shot in the eye by his son whilo they were bird hunting ou the Senator's Mississippi planta tion lacks confirmation. We never did believe the story, becauso a pru dent boy would accidentally shoot his father in the neck rather than in the eye. The Times is fully aware of the at tempt being made to injure itscircu latlonon account of the exposures it has been making regarding the post office, and if it is kept up some of these days something will drop, and it won't be Tho Times, except it fall on a carcass. Jmkmm Times. We would advise Tho Times to be particular what kind of a carcass it falls on. The country Is now safe. The Sunday American has promoted the editor of this paper to a seat of prom inence in its amen corner. There is no question that the American is in fused with puro Democratic religion, and wisdom with it. Brother Car muck has seen a vision, evidently about the ninth hour of the day, and knows whose prayers and alms go up for a memorial and in his ordination net, remarks of this editor: "He is a prayer from way back, and down between the lines of all his prayers there is n cropping out of good, Simon-pure Democracy that is good for the soul. Such eloquence as oozes out of the following effusion only needs to bo read to be upplxud chI : "God bkvs the women and merchants ! Remember the drum mors for their good work In the cam paign, etc." The World s Fair. The excitement caused by this great event Is scarcely equaled by that pro duced by the great, discovery of Dr. Miles the Restorative Nervine. It speedily cures nervous prostration, eliangH of life, pain, dullness and con fusion in bend, Ills, sleeplessness, ilie blues, neuralgia, palpitation, monthly pains, etc V. V. Snow A t-o., of Syracuse, N. Y. ; Talbot t and Moss, of (Jroensburg, Ind .and A. V. Black burn, of V ouster, O., say that. " The Nervine sells better tha anything we ever sold, and plves universal satisfac tion." Dr. Miles' new illustrated treatise on the nerves mid heart and triul bottle free at Owen A Moore's drug store. For Reappointment. B. M. Hord, for four ytars tho efficient commissioner of agriculture for the State, has, at the solicitation of friends, made application to Gov. Buchanan for re appointment. He offers no recom mendation further than his record in the office, for the past four years, and declines to make a political struggle for the place. It is to his credit that the office is now In better trim than it was when ho took charge of it. I'ntent medicines of all kinds, and j fresh dnnrs, at prices that pleases all, at T. A. Thomas Drug C., 1 19 Frank- j lin street nljidwAswtf j Tli ri splendid showcases for sale rht'itn. Apply to Kincannon. Jyl.llf. i CHICAGO'S Bi(5 PORK PACKERS, Almost Sure to ltemovo Their Stock Varcls to T ollestun, Ind. Chicaoo, Dye. 3. Negotiations are going on between trie big packers. Ar mour. Morris awl Swift, and Mr ritiok- ney, el the Stickney Transfer tract, re- yards of the former with the freight -l . l i t .i -i.Ll..it, ana hiock aim nor.se juani c i mv inner. The packers huve resolved to remove their flock yards to ilK-ir newly rmr- cliased land near Tolleston, anu tv want the Stickru-y stock plant near therii Bo they can take ad ."nntHKe of the rail road facilities and carry on the fight ttxaiiiBfc the Vanderhilt roads, which, is almost sure to follow if they remove to Indiana. Mr. Sticfcney wants the packers to move their plants over to his trtu t, but this they do not seem inclined to do. They are satisfied that the InuVana loca tion is the better one fur them, and the inducements ottered Mr. Stickney are such that h3 can hardly afford to refuse. Cheap land, better drainage and rail road facilities and tonaller tfti.s ure some of the arguments they offer. A merging of the interests, of the packers and railroads would place the packers in a position where they can dictate to the packers who are consider ing the -establishment of an onpotition plant near the present stock yards. Both P. I). A- inour and Nelson Morris are ill and Mr. btickney is in St. Paul, so further negotiations will be post poned for sevend days. PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENT. It Has Increased Over Six Million Dollar tho 1'ivtt Month. Washington, Dec 3. The treasury department debt statement just issued shows an increase in the public debt during the iu.it month of November amounting to $0,130,819. Unusually heavy payments during the month for civil and mi; cellancous expenses, and large pension payments during Novem ber, accounts for the unusual statement of au inert ase instead of a decrease. 1 he bonded indebtedness of the gov ernment was reduced about $'S,00(),000 dining tin month, i nd now aggregates iKi:i9,4ittI.V against $6;M,288,390 on Nov. 1. The -surplus in the treasury to-day ag gregates $.)H,044,(i25, against $07,O3,038 a month a.','o, a decrease of nearly 0tlO,(Ki0 sinV.o Nov. 1. Government receipts from all sources during November past" aggrega'eii $28, 0s, 1 24, against ..O,710,fi7 in Novem ber, Irtsfi. Custom receipts aggregated $l.r),a-27,(i41, against $1(,014,48S during November, 1889; internal revenue re ceipts $11,322,017 against ft l.liiU.OliO during N ovember a year ago. Opening t h it World's 1'u I r SuiHliiya. Chicago, Dec. 3. At a joint meeting of ministers of the various religious de nominations in this city, resolutions were pn&.ecl calling on the world's fair directors not to opeutlie lair on Jsnnuay, and not to a' low any work on the fajr buildings to be done on that day; also requesting the president ot tne united States to use his influence to these ends. Petitions embodying those ideas will tie circulated for signatures in all cities and churches. May Thank her Stars. The narrow escape of Mrs. B. M. Seniles, of Elkhart, lnd., from a per mature death is wonderful. Sbe states that "for twenty years my heart troubled me greatly. I became worse. Had smothering spells, short hreatli, Muttering ; could not sleep on my leftside, had much pain in breast, shoulder and stomach. Ankles swelled. Had mu li headache and dizziness. Treatment did me no good, until l tried JJr. Miles' jsew Heart Cure and Restorative Nervine. The first bottle helped me, and 1 was vir tually cured. For sale at Owen & Moore's drugstore. A line book on the heart and nerve free. 4 C.LARKSV1LL.E DISTRICT. First Round Quarterly Meetings. Clarksviile, Oct. 19 New Providence and Bethel, at Ucthel, uct. vmu. State filnn, at Whites Chapel, Nov 1st and 2nd. Palmyra, at Palmyra, Nov. 8th and 9th. Saline, at Bumpass Mill, (Friday,) JSoy. 14. Indian Mound, at Stampers Chap el, Nov. 15tli and Kith. Montgomery, at Woodlawn, (Mon day . Nov. 171.11. Pleasant View at Malory's, (Friday), Aov. ist. Ashland City, at Ashland City, Nov 22nd and 23d. Asbury, at Bethlehem, Nov. 29tb and .iiith. Springfield, (Friday night), Dec. fith. Bed River, at Wallace, Dec. 6lh and 7th. Sadlersville and Adam's, at Salern, Dec. i:stn and 1 ltn. Cedar Hill, at Cedar Hill, Dec. 20th and 21st. Antioch, at Salem, Dec. 27 th'and 28th. The District Stewards will meet in the lecture room of the Methodist church lu Clarksviile at 10:30 a. m., ou Thursbay, Oct. 23. Let these brethren try to reach the city on Wednesday, 22nd so as to attend the Wednesday mgiit prayer meeting. W. R. Pkebi.es. "Wnilfl'd It Huitfl.HOmf, lr'rn.r. London, Dec 3.A fight occurred n et in iv hi a ruing.; near tlisrntz, in Transylvania, in which several perrons were killed. The cause of the fight was somewhat singular. A new pastor was appointed to the village church, and the women of the lace opposed his instal lation n the ground of his personal ugliness. A riot arose, with the results stilted. A INmilpr House lxjilodcd. (H-THIUK. O. T.. Dec. 3. A soldier ac cidentally fired into the powder house stationed utsiil- ()f the city, and a ter rific explosion occurred. 'Ihe city was shaken as if by an earthquake. The legislators, who were in session, were badly frightened and ru-lied pell mell out of tho building, thinking their hall was fulling down. No one was killed by the explosion. Trmk Willi:, :',' Fntp. PirTMit uii. Pec a. -Lojs Rhodes, Edward Taylor and Steward Eooth, ail miners, were rciumitig to their homes in Sewickly. Pa., when they were run down by a Paltimore and Ohio freight train near Sutersville. Rhodes and Taylor were instantly killed and Booth senonsly injure,!. Tne men were walk ing on i no true k. Mllo'a Nerve and Liver Pills. An Important discovery. They act on the liver, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new principle. They speedily cure biliousness, bad taxte, torpid brer, piles andeoustipa tion. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mildest, surest. 30 doses for 2o c?nt. Samples free at Owen & Moore's. Buy Xinas gifts now and save money, at T. A. Thomas Drug Co. nl.),d,wA-s,wtf. The "Beautiful Orient Heater" at ll,)M,tf Woon A Vikeu's. F:OSc3. Three nv.. -ert grouped on a branch M the elos - of .1 w;U'm summer season. Anil it bw'oti"! i bey were all there by cliance; If not, I catVt tctl the reason. Tbey plumed themselves all on their streugth. And defied both the wind and the weather. And coiicludWl their lives were grant length. And they nil were quite happy together. For they wero as rosy as roy could be, for tho fitm never soiled Uieir complexion; For the tint of the leaves, you might see, - Was of tin) nicest and choicest selection. They were almost temptation itaelf To on ibat was hunting a flower, But their beauty oon conquered the elf And they were permitted Uu.Hr hour. But the charms and the magic of beauty At sume time must come to a close. For such is the fate of the fair, And is surely the fate of the rose. The cold, biting wind from the north Arose with a terrible blow, And spared neither Hoiver nor plant. And laid all tho three roses low. Philadelphia Timea. Need of Two Names. "Among all these struggles for the ad vancement of individual rights I wish some ona would start a reform providing for every person to have two names," re marked an old friend to me the other day. "Two names? Wouldn't that be con fusingf" "I don't mean that they should both be used at once, but that the name used in childhood should be replaced upon matur ity by one of the owner's own choosing, much as the first teeth are in time replaced by a set of sterner stuff. Names ought to have some appropriateness, which it Is evident they never can when ft child is named before he has developed the slightest traces of individuality. "Now, my parents named me, but I won't tell you what they u.uned me. It is enough to say that I have used only initials in my signature for over forty years. . Miss Juliet Capulet never showed her youth and inexperience more plainly than when she hinted that there, was nothing in a name. If her own had been less melodious sho would have found that there can be at least a great deal of suffering in an un desirable one." Kate field's Washington. Signs of Preparation. Along the New England seaboard the fisher folk are apt to be negligent in the care of their teeth, and the natural result is that they lose them while still young. It is said to be one of the recognized prepara tions for marriage In some of tho fishing villages for the bride elect to bo provided with a set of artificial teeth. Not only in New England, but in other places as well, young people who are con templating matrimony do not always hasten to inform their parents of their plans. Unt tho old folks everywhere learn to "put this and that together." Not long ago a lady who has a cottage on the Maine coast said to a "native" to whom she had given more or less employ ment: "When is your son Charles to be mar ried? He has been engaged to Jessie for two or three years, hasn't he?" "Yes," the mother replied, "they've been engaged now for goin' on four year; an' I kind o' suspect that there's somethin' goin' on. I uon t know as they 's goin' to be mar ried, but Jess 's had all her teeth out, so I shouldn't wonder a bit if they was." Youth s Companion. " Costly Slllt Underwear. Mr. Herman Oelrichs lias long borne a reputation of being a faultlessly dressed man. He is addicted to the wearing of silk underwear, as, indeed, is every man who can afford to buy it, and for the matter of that a good many who can't It is ac tually surprising to see how beautifully some young fellows manage to dr&ss on salaries ranging from tl,5U0 to $3,000 a year. Not only Is the outer man beauti fully attired, but in seven out of ten the finest of silk and the sheerest of linen will be beneath. Wbeh one remembers that the cheapest or men's silk unuerwear costs tlO a suit, and that only an ordinarily fine one can be bought for & a set, and that any fellow with pretensions to dress, let alone clean liness, must have at least six, one wonders what system of mathematics the fifteen hundred dollar a year young man pursues to make ends meet. The statisticians who figure that a young man can live comfort ably and even elegantly on $5 a week do not Include silk underwear in their calcu lations. New York Press. n a Japanese Mint. There are about 300 hands employed at the mint of Ycddo, Japan. When the men enter in the morning they are made to di vest themselves of 4 heir own clothes and put on others belonging to the mint. At the end of a day s work a gong sounds. when the somewhat curious spectacle is presented of ana men springing from the ground on which they have been seated. throwing off their clothes and rushing, a linked throng, to one end of the yard. Here they pass through the following ordeal in order to prove that they have no silver on them: Their back hair is nulled down and examined, they wash their hands ami hold them up to view, they drink water and then hallo, and lastly they run to the other end of the yard, clearing two or three hurdles on their way, after which performance they are allowed to go to their lodgings. Chicago Tribune. Firmness. During the revolutionary war in Amer ica two soldiers of the army of Lord Corn wallis went into a house and acted in a most shameful manner. A third soldier met them coming out and recognized them. He was in no way to blame, but since he declined to give up tho names of his com rade he was sentenced to the punishment they had incurred. I.ord Cornwallis rodo up to him when on the gallows. "Camp bell," he said, "what n fool you nre to die thus! Ctve up their namesl" "You are in an enemy's country, my lord," was the firm reply, "and you can lifter spare one man than two." And he was hanged. San Francisco Argonaut. This Is tho Way to Brace l'p a Bust. An excellent and quick way to mond broken plaster casfli and impressions 1 to paint the broken surfaces overtwoortbree times with very thick shellac varnish, and at each application to burn out the alcohol over a Maine. When the shellac -Is suffi ciently soft, press the parts together and hold position till cool. It will be as strong as it was before broken. New York Journal. He Got It Cheap. Two traveling hypnotizers agreed to hypnotize a Michigan man for fifty cents, and after he had got it good and strong they wanted $5 to "unbip" him. He re fused to pay It and they made a skip, and he is still seeing the md eyes of black cats perched on the footboard of the bed stead. Detroit Free Press. Owlnff to the mildness of the weather I will sell men's and boy's clothing, overcoatsand pent's furnish- lnK e-'hmIs at cost. B. trieuman. u2li,ltf rin.. When Baby was sick, ws gave her Castoria. -When she was a Child, alio cried for Castoria. When she became Mix, no clung fnwtoria. When she bfcJ Children, she gave Uieiu Castors I i Well, we have so many kinds and combinations this season that itjwould take up this whole page to tell you all. we will simply say we have THE LARGEST STOCK You ever saw in Clarksviile in Mi tatta Tips, (Mil Tips, ENAMEL AND PLAIN KIDS in all the widths from A to E, -:- in prices ranging from -: Sl-35 to $6-50. Respectfully, Ladies, tie Beautiful. OF INTEREST TO ML WOMEN. JMme. A. Mnr'a Skin Kleneh In positively superior to all uthon;; Is tlip latest and Ix-Btever sflwecl tor Bale; not a roHmctlc; don not Bhow kn the tare; Is a perfert skin tonlr; guaranteed to romovethe worst raxes of Freckle. Liver (Spots, Ian, Plmpliw, etc. (If used with my soap according to directions), or money refunded, 1 1 er bottle; I bottles, 2.75. Pure and liarnilena to the skin. Msne. Mar's Hair Hleach is perfectly armless to the hair or person lining It. Can be taken In the mouth, it is so pure. One bottle ufflrlent to golden a dark suit of hair. Price, 1 1 per bottle. nperflnont Ilafn removed In a few min uted without pain or Injury to the mort delicate kin, Anyone can use It. 'fl per bottle. Hairy moles removed. All kinds of Rears o Birthmarks removed or red tired; and Blemishes ol iverykind upontheface treated with gomemiccess. Fine hair preparations, fine soaps and superb 'ace powder, f. B. The discoverer and manufacturer ol me Skin Bleach has Ixvn known to us for ninny fears. She Is a lady of the lili;hHt respectability, and her statements are entirely trust worthy. A. A." W1I.I.1T8, TttBtor Warren Memorial Pres. Church, K. T,. POWKT.T., W. H. BARTHOLOMEW. Principal Female High School. 'Address, MADAME A. MAR, 407 Foarth Arenue, Louisville, Ky. Rend stamp for circulars. Orders promptly fHled, Mention tWs paper. DR. C. G. WILSON, HOMOEOPATHIST, ( University of Mich igan.) Special Attention Given to Crificial Surge;?. T. A. THOMAS NO. 119 Franklin St. Clarksviile, : : Tenn. -PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATE LY DISPENSED. TOWNS A. THOMAS, Gen'. Manager. sep9-d-2t,sw,tf The Cauae of Poor Health la often found in the neglect of one's own self. A light cold or slight head ache is treated ns .not requiring much attention; the assumption being thnt they will soon pass olT, and it is only when a case of full-fledged sickness de velops ilfelf that the consequences of that neglect are fully realized. As a preventive and positive cure forConghs, Colds, Hoarseness, Spitting of blood, Asthma, Tains in the Chest and first stages of consumption, use Eilert's Ex tract of Tar and Wild Cherry, and for sick Headache, Torpid Liver, Dys pepsia, Nervousness and nil Bilious Complaints, use Eilert's Daylight Liver Pills. Both are guaranteed. For sale, wholesale nnd retail, by Lockert & Ileynolds, druegists. "Buck's Brilliant" Base Burner at Wood & Viser's. ll,15,tl,tf Irish linen, Crane's linen, white and tinted linen, laid and wove linen, for the type-writer and general business corresnondence, at the Leaf-Ciirnt-CLK Job Kooina. Fine papers, plain and ruled, always in stock and as cheap as the same grades can be got ten anywhere. Business men who want good stationery will consult their Interest by examining our stock. We carry the best brands in the above Roods and in superfine and II.-ix .papers) for correspondence and bills. Ladies and misses cloaka for cost at B. Friedman n2(i,dtf Tha Wants of Children. AH fretful, crying, nervous children are unwell and only require propor medical treatment to restore them to the healthy state, bringing quiet and ease to the child and comfort and joy to the mother heart. Dr. WimheH'g Teething Syrup is the Infallible Remedy and sure cure for ail diseases common to children. It is wholly free from opiates, and is cuaranteed." A trial of one bottle will prove iu great efficacy. For sale, wholesale and retail, by Lockert & Reynolds, druggists. Vitai.ia the popular remedy for dyspepsia ; price .Hi and 75 cents, and Italia Liver pills-fcreat favorite. 40 down 25 cents. Always in stock at T. A. Thomas Drug Co. nl5,d,wtd. sat,8P.fl w.tf For ladies lino shoex see Bloch DRUG PANY . A. Stratton. i J&LsJjka FOR CHILDREN. REGULATES THE BOWELS & CURES Colic Palm, Nervousness. Summer Complaint, Sore Throat, Sore Mouth, Acidity of the Htoinaeli Convulsions. DiarrlKta, Cholera Infinitum, and all diseases ol infancy and early childhood. It la not narcotic; is purely vegetable, and harmless- EILERT'S EXTRACT OF TAR & WILD CHERRY. For CoukIis, Colds, Hoarseness, Spitting of Hlood ltioncliitis, Astliiiia, Influenza, l'leuiisy, Inflam mation the l.inms, Fains in the Chest and nrst sKijjes of Consumption. EILERT'S DAYLIGHT LIVER PILLS Ior Sick Headache, cure Biliousness and Consti pation, KeKuIato the Bfcimacli anil Liver. Horses, Cattle, Hgs, Sheep & Poultry IT rREVEwIS AND CCKE9 AU illseases common to "them. This rowder Is a never-failing remedy. A trial of one package will prove it. UNCLE SAM'S NE&VE and BONE LINIMENT, I TIIK I! EST CURATIVE FOR. MAN AND BEAST EVER PRODUCED. Tt iiffords the qnl -kest relief from pain and effects tin; most pciiiianctit cine of any remedy now known to num. tiet Uncle Sam's English and German ABC book from your ilnuojist. The above named meritorious liemeilics, viz., Or, Wlmhell't Teeth ing Syrup, filert't Cxtmct of Tar and Wild Cherry, iltrt s Daylight Liver Pills, Uncle Sum's Condition Powder and Uncle Ham's Liniment Bro made by the cmmert Proprietary co. Chicago ill For Bfllei wholesale and retail by Lockert & Retrnolds.'drufgiHt. JOB! BOOK COMMERCIAL -!- ja. SEEJOI-ILsT-Sr. FIRST-CLASS STOCK used and attention given to detail that Insures ATTRACTIVE " AND SATtSFACTOnV WORK. WEDDING, And a well assorted stock of stationery always on hand. Lithographing - of - all- If ' Jr ft -i,-siii.. -i'llWr fcUsrt. art j""-" .BM.st.it'lTrWthi'.u, t. i J r J -mn: -MXe m' -PfH" m. f 'W for Infants "Castor! s is so weS Adapted to children thjU I recommend itaa superior to ny prescription known to mo." H. A. Arches, M. D., Ill So. Oxford SL, Brooklyn, N. T. "The use of 'Castoria' to so universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of snpereropatlon to endorse it. Few a."e the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." CARLOM MlftTTH, T). t.. New York Citr. -Late Pastor Bloomingdale Beforaed Church. Tmt ClHTADR atiKl9.!yr-d,w-f Franklin Street el lE wfis sla8 b3E5j tlidf all faf' BUYS AND SELLS EXCHANGE New York, Memphis, New Orleans, Cincinnati, Louisville, Nashville, Saint Louis, ani All Accessible Points PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO COLLECTION 1C. IF. POrNDEXTRK. CaHhler. Non-Resident Notice. State of Tennessee Montgomery County. Pickering & Wilkerson vs. Dielil Fireworks Co. It tppearitig from affidavit filed lu this ease, that defendant. IHehl Vlreworks Co., are non-residents of Tennessee and Hint mi attachment was Issued by ;H, A. Caldwell, . I. 1'., onjthe d of Nov. MIX), against the property of said defendant, and a debt of nineteen dollars duellbem from'E.M. Kly having been levied on and said attachment returned be fore me by C. W. Htnton, sheriff, on Nov. fith, 1SIP0, showing said levy, it is therefore ordered t li Jit publication be made in Ihe Touacco I.EAF-CiiRONiriK, a newspaper published in the town of Clarksviile, notlfyfiiK the said Diehl Fireworks Cotnpatiy to put In their appearance at my office ou December 22, 1890, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the h tne will be taken as confessed ok to them and pmoteded W illi ex juirle. H. A. CALDWELL, J. P. November 'M, 18!X).4w,(l In all its forms, NEATLY and QUICKLY lifliJ For the Lowest Living Prices. -HEADQUARTERS FOR- BALL and PICNIC WORK, For all classes given Attention ADDRESS, . . ' Printers and Publishers and Children. Cator!a rnres Colic, Ooaxttpation, BourSuimaoh, Diarrha, Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and pruuiote dl- frnstioii, 'Wituout injurious medication, For serersl yjtrs I liSTe recommended your ' Castoria, 1 wid Khali always continue to do so an it bay invariably products! beneficial HSuUs." Edwin F. Pinnis, M. D., " Th9 Winthrop," ftilh Street and 7th Ave., New York City. COMPAHY, 77 MuHBAY STREET, NEW Yoka. Glarsuile, Tenn. DENTIST Oftlce : Corner Sd ! p'cV-3T and Kranklln sis " ! V lfooms with Dr. CiiiianlHS CLATiKSVILLE ' Fsmale-:-Acadsmyt A Hchool for the higher cult lire of young wo men and girls. -:- KINDERGATiTEN DEPAKTMENT. -:- Handsome new building finely eqtilppeP' Healthy location. Superior advanWKes. Terms venKonable. Board till per month, Fall Term opeus .September 2, 1880. Head for Cainiofrue, MHH. E.G. BUFOIiD Prlnoipal. DONE at the o WORK of work promptly to Mail Orders. mm p. tr.ri 'r c -w"' rt-v smm 'm &.J Xn I