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W. W. BABKBOALB. FBOFBtETOB. Weaver once declared in Coaerrcea that be stood by hia deidunclations of .the South a fact which should effect ually prevent the people of the Booth from standing by him. ' Weaver will speak Id Memphis during the campaign. He will prob- ; ; ably 8t-ak out of the other Bide of bin mouth and give the "rank trait orous horde" sldi a nst. I . i The following from the Banner Is a piece of political news that is very significant just at this time: "Mr. J. II. McDowell, the leader of J.he Populltes in Tennessee, was closeted with Congressman John C. Houk for two hours in Knoxvllle the ' other day. McDowell and Houk didn't lock themselves up to inquire about each other's health or to have a Rood time socially. They have nover been intimate friends and have no special personal regard for each ther. Their meeting then must have been one of a business character Probablv Mr. McDowell wanted to sell one of Mb farms to Mr. Houk, or, maybe Mr. Houk was trying to get Mi. McDowell to lend him some of that easy coming flash-pan money, Or, what Is really more likely, Mr. Houk and Mr. McDowell met In close confab to have further under standing about the political deal be tween the Republicans, the Populltes and the Independents." Cleveland and Pension. Tho Third party howlers have been driven to desperate measures In sev eral of the Southern States, and their speakers have laid hold on many things that seemed to them bonanzas in the political field, but the most absurd position we have Been taken by any of them is the assertion that under Cleveland's administration greater inroads upon the tional treasury were . made on the than plausible any other. pension pretext To characterize as raise a statement so grouna less, would be to fall short of the truth. As a specimen of active men dacitv it is unparalleled, and the effrontery of those who use It Is as matchless as the Ignorance upon which they propose to employ it. It is a fact that Grover Cleveland votoed the dependent pension bill, and this should be remembered by evory man who read a newspaper about the time tho act was committed. The sicp on the part of Mr. Cleveland was one Hint called for courage, for the bill was one that Inspired hope In the hearts of those who look upon the public treasury as their legitimate prey. The bill itself was a scandalous bid for votes j It was an Impudent perversion of public funds to personal ends. Mr. Cleveland saw all this, and instead of trying to curry favor with the soldier vote of the North by affixing his signature to tuo bill, he cast it from him with a degree of scorn that its corruption so well mer ited. Those follows who are making the charges alluded to in the butsot forgot that the official figures are yet on record. In the three years o Harrison's administration there! have " boon already granted over two hun dred and seventy-flve thousand pensions. During Cleveland's ad ministration there were I loss than two hundred thousand pontons granted. In the third year alone of Harrison's regime 150, 480 pensions were granted, many of them fraudulent, in the name of pa trlotlsm. This was over four-fifths as many as were granted during Mr Cleveland's entire administration Tho amount of monoy represented by these depredations on the public treasury is onormous. It will soon pass two hundred millions per an num, II a check Is not put on them The annual contributions of the Bouth to this gigantic public wasto la over fifty millions. This Is a very heavy burden for tho tax-payers of the South to bear, and yet there are men who will jump up and clap j tholr hands when McDowoll or some of hie gang toll thorn that Clevoland wasted tho public money In pensions and that Weaver, who plundered the peo ple of Tennessee during the war, Is the peer of any man In tho race. So long as men listen to such hypocrite, taking what they say as authentic and voting wnn anu lor them, so long will they see their homos plas tered over with mortgages and j their wheat selling In tho markets at sixty cents per bushel. The3e men are in the swim for the money there Is In it and they have as little regard for tho the truth as they have for the welfare of their follow men. Wanted Ladies ami gentlemen suffering with threat and lung difficulties to call at our druK store for a bottle of Otto's Cure, which we are distributing free of charge, ami we can confidently recommend it as a superior remedy ' for Coughs, 'Colds, Bronchitis,' Con sumption and all diHeaxes of the throat and lungs. It will stop a cough quick- "er than any kuown remedy. We will guarantee it to cure you. If your ' children have croup or whoopln ; oousrh it is sure to give It.stant rellel Don't delay, but gtt a trial bottle free, Large else 6e. Sold by Tudhope Drug (Jo. 600 mills, 60 cents, 8 picayunes. 6 dimes or four bits buy a bottle of Dr. Mendenhall'B Ague Cure the chill and fever killer. No taste. Bold by Owen A Moore, Advertisement tot Proposal For Bite Hot PabUo Bu. United States Treasury Depart ment, Washington, D. C. Sept. 12,) ItMUl t- 1 .. .1 , .J, 1 i niii.nmnityu vruuoeaiB win in receiv ed, to be opened at 2 o'clock p. m., Oc tober o, lHltt, for the sale to the Unltea States of suitable property, centrally' and conveniently located, for a site for the public building authorized by Act of Congress, approved March 3, 1891, and August 5, ih2, to te erected in Clarksville. Tennessee. A corner lot approximating 110 feet front by 100 feet in dimensions, is preferred. If not a corner lot, the property must ap proximate 140 feet by 100 feot in di mensions; tne hu reel to e street, frontage. Each proposal must be made with the understanding and agreement that, if it is accepted, the buildings ana ail improvements on me property are to be retained, and re moved witnin su aays aner written notice, by the vendor, and that all ex penses connected with furnishing evi dence of title and deeds of conveyance are to be paid by the vendor. Eaon pro. posal must tie accompanied dv a prop erly drawn diagram, giving the metes and bounds of the property, and show ing the streets around tne uiock in which the property is situated : also by a written statement in regard to the grades, character of gound for founda tion, etc. The right to reject any and ail proposals is reserved. Each pro posal must be sealed K marked "Pro posal for the sale of property for a site for the Publio Building in Clarksville, Tennessee," and addressed and mailed to fcieoretary or tne ireasury, wbbu- ington, D. C. septl6d20t , . The Great Trl-Btate Fair will be held at Evansvllle, Indiana, Sept. 28th to Oct. 1st. Prominent among the attractions will be tho appearance every day -of the celebrated Madam Marantette, the Queen of Lady Riders, with ber splendid , stable of High Jumpers, Hurdle Racers and Saddle Horses. The E. & T. H. R. R. Guaranteed Stake, tl,600, free for all trot, with $600 added by the Association to the horse beating 2:10, will be the fastest race of the year, as Martha WUkce, 2.08, imd Lord Clinton, 2:10t, are en tered In it, and four other flyers' with records of 2:15 and less. In Other races such horses as Ponce de Leon, 2:18 ; Madge Hatton, 2:15 ; C. C, 2:16; Alabama, 2:15, and many other very fast ones will er talnly start. Gorgeous display in floral hall. Finest stock show ever hold in the State.. The electric cars will run to and from the grounds every three min utes. Excursion rates on all railroads and boats. Catarrh. Catarrh Is a most disgusting ail ment and yet many unne&ssarliy suffer with the disease. They will try local applications, which do no good whatever, but fall to try such constitutional treatment as lsatlorded by a use of 1$. 13. 13. (Botanlo Blood Balm), which removed the rauows poison in tho blood and thus eradi cates the cause of the disease. N, C. Edwards, Lampassas Springs, Texas, writes: "I was greatly an noyed with catarrh, which impaired my general health. The discharge from my noso.was very offensive, and I used various advertised reme dies without benefit until finally the use of 13. B. B. entirely curod me. l am proud to recommend a blood remedy with such powerful curative virtue." ' B. C. Klnard A Son, Towalgla, Ga.', writes: "Wo induced a noighbor to trv B. B. B. for catarrh, which he thought incurable, as it hud resisted all treatment. It delighted him, and continuing its use he was cureu sound and well." For salo by Owen & Mooro. OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY NIGHT. Forty Years a Shoemaker. Attention Is called to tho adver tisement In this issue of John Rick, shoe-makor. He has followed this business In Clarksville for forty years. It Is poor economy to buy worthless toots and shoos, und a tor ture to wear Ill-flttlng ones. It Is a fact that Mr. Rick takes pride In the thoroughness of his work, and thoughtful buyers will find it to their advantage to patronise him. - Baok'a Barber Shop. Wm. Buck, the barber, has recent ly fitted up his bath rooms anew and Is bettor prepared than ever to give the public healthy baths. His rooms are clean and well ventilatod and are supplied with tho latest improve ments. His barber shop also wn' nevor In better condition and . was never supplied with a more compe tent force or partere. or a i goou shave, excellont hair cut, shampoo or bath muck's is mo place to go. July20,dtf. There hn8 been a continued ten deney to bowel disease hero this Boa son, Sayg G. W. Shlvell, druggist, Wlckliffe, Ky., "and an unusual demand for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. 1 have sold four bottles of it this morn ing. Some remarkable cures have been effected by it and In all cases It has proved sueceasful." For sale by Owen & Moore, Druggists. Tobaooo Board of Trade. There will bo an election held on Monday, 2Cth Inst., at the Tobacco Exchange for four tobacco Inspectors, to serve from Nov. 1, 1892, to Nov. 1, 189a M. H. Clark, Secty. sl0,d3t,swte M. L. Blair, Alderman, 5th Ward, Seranton, Pa., stated Nov. 9, '83 : He had used Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil for sprains, burns, cuts, brulwa and rheumatism. Cured every time. Sold by Tudhopo Drug Company. When TVihy wiw drk, we (rave her OaHtorla. Wb ho ni a ChUd, she rrVxl fr OwUrla. Wbtm sto hnww Mho, ahe china to Cafltarta, When ahe bad OilMruo. abojfttvcthoin IVietoria. 9 m IT? nrtlo (9 Cit3ji ri&f Ha taTca mm Gome : While Lew TTartman," a teohiftibus (O.) brwolei, was olcklug Krftp9 his eapport Drok 1 In foiling a .'wipe caught bis UroaK,..ll8.iuW nol.xry ..iutaBd isae . noconsloui when feiiod bf hla family. Th Fifteenth raiment left Homestead, Pa., Monday. The other troops will prob ably leave before the ood of the week. The strtfcen olalm BOO oten deaertod 'when they beard the troops ere to be called away. . V. Vent negroes were killed, ao& Captain Xaraee, a white maa, wae aerloUBly injured 'in a race war in Calhous county; Ark. The negroes are greatly -exelted and threaten to klU all the whltoe to the county. At JensdnA Eova & A. Drldger was oowfatdua In hia potnlt bi D.E.M. Burke tea having aocaaed the women of the place of beina anchaata. He refused to retrace and Old .not UxA under the pnnishmenV l At NOw Caetlo, Iu4., M&ga Diipy de cided Che apportionment law of U&lnn oonstltutionav The autv was brought by Repubticane and was before a Republican Judge. Aa appeal wtUbetejken to 'the su preme ootrA John Sfallniftn, a 6rmer, woe foxxoA dead inhts molon patch with a wale hole through Mb head, tie bad taken his gun to kill groundhogs. The weapon was standing aaaine tho fence Dear tSb body. There ae theortoe of aocideoU (nuW and suictdo. ,x Blackstone, tie favorite saddle horse of the late Samuel J. Tildes, was found dead of old age i the postare at GTaystoite, N. Y., the Tilden homeetead, Thursday. For ome Uine ita horee has been so feeble that he was finable to eat v Vks was thirty-three years old. Two masked mob entered the Watktns bank, fester, BEn., covered the cnahlor with eovolrtara and ordered htm to turn over what money he had oo hand about S3,m tie did so, Th7 backed out, fired a fcw thota Into the air and rode away. Stfppteed a) have been oowbofa James W. Caon, the mtasing witness In the cose el "Samoel of Poeen" Curtis, charged with killing Policeman Giant at 8nn Francisco year ago, has tin mod up. He says he saw tbe oiBoer arrest Curtis. A souffle onsoed and the copper pat a nipper on the prisoner's right hand. .The latter then drew hts pinto! With his left hand and shot the office. Tho colored men of Lamed, Kan., have organised a vigilanoe committee since the hanging of Hugh Honry, and havesworn veogoonoe on K R Fris2U and IX W. Hill, 'HonryB captngra, and othore who are sup posed to have beea leaders of the hanging bee. Reoently eevetrol men have been In timidated by blacks, and several were knocked down flbt odmmODtlng on the ao tloa of ttie mea : Btockwoll Is making a fight tm remain assignee c4 the Matnal Banking, Surety, Trnst and Batety Deposit company, at Philadelphia. He hae besought the court for an early hearing of the legal points bearing on hie removal tlee(judlng to a eiienlat sen on by Supreme Justice 8om erby, at the Order of the Iron Hall thirty one delegates, representing branches in PhtladelahiA. Boston, Bayre, Athens and Chaste met Monday and elected dolugatos to the reorganisation mooting, in ' Balti more, Saturday. . Satnrday, XThltod States Marshal TJrown, mt Memphis, mode public his instruc tions to the depnty marshals, touch ing their dattes on etflotlon day. ' They were to make arreste without a warrant when the election laws wore violated to their presence or Utat of the supervisors, at the some time giving the deputies liberty to vote.es theyjpleased, and work tor their party ticket ' The newspapers denounced Urowo as attempting to inaugurate a fore taste of the force bill, whereupon Brown cltod that he has eaooliezit Democratic au thority for hte aottoo. Attorney General Ooriand having sustained similar 'action during tbe Cleveland administration. gtttte Labor Commissioner Pock, of New York, in sii interview saysi "1 wrote por eoitftl letters to thoueande el tnannfactur era, and on my promise to keep their names sooret they intrusted me with the facte. I will not break my word, no matter what the oon sequences. I will go to jail first. It was tbe moat searching investigation over made tn this states and tbe figrrres are correct They are borne out by Commis sioner Wadlln, of Moseachusetta, and Com missioner Peolfl, of Indiana, who is a stauch Demoera. He, like myself, began the lqrreettRBtloo tn the expectation of .ob taining dlrfereut results. I worked on the line of facts obtained from manufacturers, while he took those obtained from tbe workmen themselves, fit our figures coin cide eataotty." Otvea a Itft Sentence. Catlfttbditbo, Ky., Sept 1. AJonzo Brookshlra, the murderer of Jailer Sip ton and Deputy Bhorifl IT ward, was given a life ee&tanoe at Fronfiiburg. Ik and Iionoe a Dalt v BREKattf. Tex, Sept '21. At Long Point Sunday night there we a German ball and a good deal et beer. A row started at midnight 'A dozen pintol shots wore fired, and William Bodle was shot and killed. Otbora are believed to ba hurt Warrants wore Issued for John and Sam McLtn and Bedford Woods. Sheriff Leagufl has gone to tbe aoeae oi tbe killing. Orand trj Will lnvetlras. Dradporo, Ind., Sapt 9 1. Tho coro ner's verdict to the TW killing was that tho man met death at the hands of Marshal Mooro. The grsMJury will investigate the tucrder. m,jr On Friday, WORTH I : TWSL7E ;YDS." TO OUSTO early, as these : : : Banner IDry Goods and Clothing House. - ; : ; Columbus Day. To the Tobacco Ijeaf-Chronlol , ' : Public school officers and teachers In the various dlstrlcla of the county are earnestly requested to make prop er preparations for the observance of Columbus Day, October 21. Those who have not already done so should order tho ofiiciul program, and for original work assign subjects to pu pils who are able to write essays without delay. Each teacher who observes Colum bus Day should prepare an accurate report and send it to tho County Su perintendent, who will compile the teachers' reports and send hia report to the .State Superintend nt. The State Superintendent will compilo, bind, and preserve as a memorial volume tho repot ts of the counties of the State. ; A lull attendance of teachers Is re quested at the monthly institute, which will be hold in the Superin tendent's office, Saturday, Oct. 1. , P. Ii. IIarned, Sup't Schools Montgomery County. $500 Howard. This amount the Lemon Chemical Co. proposes to pay to anyone who will prove tuat one oi me testimonials con' cernine the wonderful eil'ects of liem on Chill Tonic are not genuine. Any one can write flattering articles and sign ficticious , names, but "Temon Chill Tonic" stands at the head as a Blood Purifier, a general tonlo and ap petizer. Lemon Chill Tonlo is as pleas ant as lemonade, and as large as the regular dollar size. Ask for Lemon Chill Tonlo and Insist on getting what you ask for. Take no substitute, but get a bottle, and you will thank this paper for drawing your attention to its mer its, rrlceouc. Jrorsaio ana guaran teed by Clarksville Drug Co., Edwin Thomas, jr., Manager. OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY NIGHT Larger and Better Than Ever. The purchaser of good eoods will find something at Simon Katz' that will engage attention. He is now receiving a lull stock of genuine merchandise, such as ciotning, dry goods, boots, shoes, hats, gents' fur nishings and millinery. His stock of millinery, when received, will be one of the largest he has ever brought to the city and he is also better pre pared to accommodate his trade than ever Deiore. xiis tun biock win soon be in and the public is invited to i enoct the same. He has also added to his business a complete line oi carpets, rugs and mattings which he is oiiermg at remaricaDiy reasonaoie firices. Ills stock this season in an ines will bo larger than usual nnd he can please all his customers. Call on him and be convinced. 20,dAwtf C1.ARKBVILLE DISTRICT . Fourth Jftound of Quarterly Meetings. Cedar Hill, August 0,21. Adam's, Augnst 27, 28. New Chapel, September 8, 4. Springfield, September 10, 11. Port Tlovftl. Serjtember 17. 18. South ClarkBVilie, September 24, 2.5 Anlloch Circuit, September 27, 28, New Providence, October 1, 2. Clarksville, October 8, 9. Herscuel B. Reams. June 29, 1892. PPI10ES The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard. OF the 23d, W 'n lLtV5Mffa nil II e nisi? i 15c.Per goods will not o'clock, sure, T2ao Boot and Shoo Makor, 40 YEARS IN CLARKSVILLE. I have just received a large stock of the very best French Imported Calf BkljjB, also the Best Sole Leather and other materials of the best quality, and will make FIRST-CLASS BOOTS : AND : SHOES at reduced prices. A good fit and all work guaranteed. Itepairing neatly done at reduced prices. Would like for my customers and friends to call and see me at No. 138 Franklin street. sep21,dw,2m Elder's Opera House! ONE NIGHT ONLY, ' Friday Night, Sept, 23, Special Engagement I of the celebrated I MacCollin Opera Co., THE STRONGEST AND , : : BEST. 40 PEOPLE 40 Special Orchestra, Large Chorus, Beautiful Costumes, Brilliant Ensemble, will0 bIrung-SAID pasha Prices: 35o, 60a 75c and 81.00. Heats now on sale. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING To Secure a Year's ttubsorlptlon to a Pop- , ular Home and Farm Journal Read Oar Great Offer Glv , en Below. We are pleased to announce ' that we have made arrangements by Which we are prepared to supply : FREE to each subscriber of the LbAf'-ChAoni cle a year's subscription to that 1 well known monthly home and farm Jour nal, the American Farmer, published at Springfield and Cleveland, Ohio. We make this offer to each of our sub scribers who will pay up all arrearage on subscription and one year In ad vance, and to all new subscribers! pay ing one year In advance. ' The Ameri can Farmer Is strictly national in 1U character. It is a high class Ulustrat ed Journal, filled with entertaining and instructive reading mutter,1 con talning each month much Informa tion that is invaluable to agriculturist and of anonlal Internnt toeanh mn'mher of every home. It is not a class publi cation and is suited to all localities, be ing national in its mako-up and jchar actor, thus meeting with favor In all localities. It is strictly non-political and non-sectarian. It has a trained corps of contributors and Is carefully edited. The various departments of farm, horticulture, sheep and swine, the home, the horse, and the dairy, are filled with bright and useful mat ter. The readers of the .American Farmer are universal in its praise and look for its monthly visit with keen anticipation. The regular subscription price to the American Farmer Is $1.00 per year, but by this arrangement it costs you nothing to receive that great publication for one year. Do not delay in taking advantage of this offer, but call at once or send in your subscription. Sample copy of the American Farmer can be seen at this office or will bo supplied direct by the publishers. This offer islimited. Will SbU li ftt m fk w i last longer -Flannel. Na - Mi CQA'Lj ' W Me.now receltiii 'fall autiphea oi ; Pittsburg, 1 St Bernard ADiamoiitl, which wo c deliver during September at Bummer price. W wi be pleased to rocoiva your oraotB. ANU UAL CONVENTION Of the Brotherhood of Bt. Andiew Held atBoeton. Special to the Leaf-Cbronlclo. . Boston, Sept. 20. The seventh annual convention or tho Brother hood of St: Andrew has attracted a gceat host of visitors to the city, and they are being splendidly entertain ed. 1 The brotherhood. Is flourishing and has a large surplus on hand. I Marrlaire A Failure P Have you leen trying to get the best out of existence without health in your family ? Have you been wearing out your life from the effects of Dys pepsia, liver Complaint and Indiges tion ? Are you sleepless at night ? Do you awake in the morning feeling languid, withcoated tongue aud sal low, haggardlooks? Don't do it. A shout in the camp tells how Aunt Fanny's Health Itestorer has cured x4Knro. If will mipa v111 rP r I ti 1 nanlrarra free. Large size 60c, at Tudhope Drug Co. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy famous for its cures of bad colds anil as a preventive and cure for Croup, oo cents per Dome. Chamberlain's Pain Balm, a gen eral family liniment and especially valuable for rheumatism, sprains, bruises, burno and frost bites, GO ecnts per bottle. We Seix Chamberlain's ' Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhuu Itemedy, the most 80cco8sful medicine ia use for dysentry; diarrhoea, colic and cholera morbus. 25 and 50 cent bottles. . St, Patrick's Pills. They are the only physic. They also regulate the head and bowels. Try thorn, 25 cents per box. Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Olnt ment .for tetter, salt-rheum, scald- ings, eczema, piles and chronic sore eyes. 2 cents per box a or saie by Uwea & Moore. Miss . Smith's Studio and Art School, 114J Second street, next to Arlington Hotel. Session oixma Aug 29th. Piano music, voice culture. harmony, drawing and painting taught. JI2codAwfeepl5, In addition to my classes in Draw ing, Painting and Music, I will take a few advanced pupils In general En glish branches, jatin, kronen anu German. Session will open August 29, and close J une 6. For terms ap ply at my studio, 114 second stroet, or at Dr. C. U. Wilson's, corner Main and Second streets. Eva B. Smith. Salesmen wanted to travel In sur rounding districts, by own team or otherwise, soliciting orders irom re tail dealers for rubber boots and shoes, to be shipped direct from fac tory. Those already traveling with another line of goods could make this a valuable addition to their business. Address, stating particulars and refer ences, CoiX'iiEHTER UubbebCo., Colchester, Conn. septl6-d2w3ts w Thedemand forChamberlaln'sColIc Cholera and Diarrhoea cure is stead ily growing, from the fact that all who give It a trial are pleased with the results and recommend it to their neighbor.-'. Wefcol sure that the remedy cannot be recommended too highly. Wagely A Hmead, Druggists, Newton, Iowa. For sale by Owen A Moore, Druggists. nst Received Tha flnrat And largest stock of piece good ever brought to this market. Gentlemen wishing first class work will do well to call on me. AH work guaranteed:. 1 1 i i j.M.wx:Muiiy, A. U. Vvau, sept2 dtf Merchant Tailor. Afore new dres goods at Ilowerton A Macrae's. - 17,dAswlw" 1 thahl2 . ! -.1 MainrMouhtam lell160, f AhtiiradfeiCsaiJal bad"t)od. CURES BAD BLOOD. CURES BAD BLOOD. I liftve been MilTerlng 10 year with EryslpeluH. Have taken (lootont' inedlolnes and pntent mitictnes cf most all kinds, but none seumuu to do me any THE - BLCQD. good. 1 fluiilly made up niyf mind to try Bnnlook llloxl4 HitlerH. Haveuwd four (Kittle of H. n. H. and think myself entirely cured. Mkh. N.J. MuCatly, Boi vice, llesver Oo., Pa. For sale by Tudhope Drug Co. DR. C. G. WILSON, HOMtEO PATHIST tnivertily oj mMan. Msdlea and SurglealTrsatDieiit of Won n and Children and Orlflotai Surgerf XKLKPHONK MO. . HOU1W 7 to 0 a. m.s 1 to I and t to p. m KvaiiHVlllnand Terra llnule railroad, Ohlna- ?o and Knxiern llllnole rwllrood. The pre erred route between the SOUTH an3 IM'NORTH (Nashville and Chtaaao Limited.) A mild Veiittbnled tiatn eompooed of Pnll. muu Day (ioHchea, 1'arlor, Hleeplng and Uln lng Cnrn. lAmvim Mnxbvilla dully at 70 p in., arrlvlnii In CIiIchko tiis next mornlnn at , U:Vh wheru.lmmedlHle connection la made or tbe North & Northwest For farther Information relative to ehed nloa, rates, etc, write Ui W. B. lEXallsted. CommerolHl Agt., Niwh vllle, Tenn. or IlA. CAMPBELL, (I, V, A., K. AT. H., Kvannvllle, Ind. ANNOUNCEMENT. CONUUKWiONAL, We are ntiHiorlxed to annnunoe tlie HON. JOHKI'lI K. WAHIilNUTON ab a candidate for re-nomination for OonsreiM from tha Hlxlh diHtrlcl, HHl.Jivt to tbn action of the iMmooratlflOoiigremlonn! eonvantton. POULTRY - NETTING. Mwlnnf No. I9(lal vanlwxl Html Wln. two- Innb mwh,lii the H.lanl Chaiit Clilrk- n Katnea In Ilia W or let. .will Immt 7S Vn Without 1'ali.l. We alilp It In roll ;ki fiwt kmii and 12. IH, 14, an. L 48. W and ri liicbi wide, at ola wnt per aquara fiKf Wa make heavier fmieliiK of wire and Iru with getea, tiiHiilt for lawim, yard, urav etc. Wire ttaa. Iron Vaaoa, VVInil iw tinard. Flower k'o stand, riy aa ;! n. rlend nil yonr order, which Will have prompt attention. JDowWiro Works Co. Markat, Batwaaa 1th and Rtfc LOLISVILLE, ... . KKHXVCKr. EMSYILLE ROUTE fill li rr