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COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, MARCH It, 198.
NEWS AND COMMENT.
Ojjeen Victoria Is
on the sick
Alabama middle-of-the-road Pop
ulists will 6tay in the middle of the
The enactment of a curfew ordi
nance is being agitated at Union
It is estimated that the Georgia
fruit crop will- be. worth $2,000,000
The Ohio senate has passed a bill
for a state examiniug board to li
Russia and Japan are "at outs
with each other, and a war between
them seems imminent.
Democratic primaries were held
in a number of counties throughout
the State last Saturday.
The free rural mail delivery sys-
tem has been established in three
East Tennessee counties.
HE IS WEARY
avoidably trampled upon hearts
that are noble and warm In the re
lentless warfare of politics. There
are many scars in my own heart;
some of the wounds are not healed,
but there Is no malice there towards
It was my wish to retire last
October, but the protests of my
friends constrained me to remain in
GOV. Taylor Is Out Of the Race t,,e oftlce of Governor until the ex-
Luiawuu vi my present term. 1 ae-
He Announces That After This Term
as Governor, He Will Retire
to Triyate Life.
Tired of the Antagonism and Violent
Contentions of the Political Arena
In the Harness for Twenty
SALARIES OP COUNTY OFFICERS.
.The Loud Bill, changing the law
ac to gecond-class mall matter, was
laid on the table by the House.
D. Schroeder & Co., jewelers at
Cincinnati, assigned to H. P. Goetz
Liabilities, 05,000; assets, $00,000.
Ix is said that Harvey H. Hannah,
Gov. Taylor's private Secretary,
will be a candidate for Governor.
In1 a drunken row at Nashville,
lUehjard Martin, a book-binder, was
hot and killed by William C. Bruce.
s Virginia has just passed a law
directed aeainst combinations of
insurance companies to control
Ch'as. C. Cutten, an express
.agonfc'at Orrvllle, O., and a $10,000
packige have simultaneously
and two coast defense vessels
e the purchase money came
is a mystery.
A family feud resulted In the
death at Athens, Tenn., of Neil
Bherlnan at the hands of his cousin,
has been given the job of making
sausage in. the Johit penitentiary
during his life imprisonment
RfcpRESEXTATiVES McMllltn and
Itichfcrdson have given out positive
Gov. Itobt L. Taylor has decided
to leave the field of politics forever,
after the expiration of his present
term as Governor, and seek a nap
pier and more congenial field of
worK. He is out oi me race ior
Senator, leaving Senator Bate in the
This announcement was made by
the Governor last Saturday, and
even his closest friends were taken
bv surprise. He submitted the fol
lowing curd to .the ntfbllc:
To the J'eople.L nave ruiiy ana
finallydetermined to retire from
politics. I do ao because I am tired
of political life. I am tired of its
harrowir-flkantagonlsms. I am tired
of its uniaJLt accusations and its vio-
lent contention, i am uruu ui u ue-
canse as I grow older I find myself
less and less able to Pear ttie Btings
of criticism and the stabs of Blander.
I am tired of it because there is no
peace in it for me, and because
I believe that I can do more
good and nave more friends and
more happiness in tne private wains
If I had an office to stive to every
friend who asks, and a pardon for
the son of every old weeping moth
er, and the husband of every sob-
dia- blng wife, if I had money to put in
all the bony nanas or poverty aauy
extended to me ror neip u l naa
power to protect the weak against
the strong; if I could give happiness
to all the people ana sorrow to none,
T would be contented to remain in
the field of politics.
It is true I have remained in it a
lnnu- time, and have fought vieor-
ouslv for the principles and policies
of Government which i thought
were best for our country. I have
had mv ambitions and have earnest
lv soiiirht to reach high position in
order that I might be able to benefit
mv fellow men. I have succeeded,
. " . . . i ! a.. - i
but tne realization was una wie iuiu-
how. an elusive phantom, ever in
sight, never in reach, resting ever
on the horizon of hope, and I have
discovered that he who climbs to
the summit of political prominence
will look down with ' longing eyes
clared myself a candidate for the
United states senate, in the excite
ment of the hour, at the close of the
recent senatorial contest.
I do not retire from it now be
cause of any fear of defeat, for I
nave assurances from every countv
ana section or tne state which con
vince me that I could easily win in
the coming contest, but with my
health not so robust as in the days
gone by; with private interests, long
negiectea, threatening a penniless
old age; with a resistless desire to
get away from the unhappy collls
Ions of politics, and with the wish
that I may have the good will of all
tne elements of the people of my
State, I voluntarily announce, after
full and thorough deliberation, that
with the close of my present term of
office I shall vanish from the ' politi
To those who have so generously
and vigorously sustained me, and
who are even now working and plan
ning to crown me with the highest
honor In the gift of our people, I
wish to express my deep and undy
iny gratitude and love. For those
who have opposed me in political
life, I have nothing but good will
and the olive branch.
Robt. L. Taylor.
The Etes Fee Hill Will Go Into Effect
With the Next Regime.
The county officers elected next
August will be placed on salaries in
accordance with the provisions of
the Estes fee bill, passed by the last
regular session of the Legislature,
which goe into effect on the first "Caladony"
If Annn In CI . si m K a m I
While the salaries are fixed, if the
fees do not reach the amount of the
salaries, the officers must be content
with what fees they do receive. In
no case shall the salaries of the
officer and that of his deputies and
the cost of stationery and books ex
ceed the payments into the treasury.
In counties having a population of
under 50,000 and over 20,000, (Maury
County coming under this head),
the salaries are fixed as follows:
Clerk and Master, County Trustee,
Sheriff and County Court Clerk,
$1,800 per annum ; Clerks of the Cir
cuit, Criminal and special courts,
$1,500 per annum; Register, $1,000.
Officers are allowed the necessary
deputies, the number and tbelr
salaries being fixed by the County
llTE T WUDU
11 1 IIDULi
An Appeal for R'ght and Morality and
the Continuance of the Ten
"All Honor to John Latta! Would That
Columbia Could Boast of More
Such Faithful. Omuers
Royal makes the lood pure,
wholesome and delicious.
RELIEF IN 8IX HOURS.
Distressing kidney and bladder dis
ease relieved in six hours by "pew
Great South American Kidney Cure."
It is a great surprise on account ot Its
exceeding promptness in relieving pain
in bladder, kidneys and back, in male
or female. Relieves retention of water
almost immediately. If you want quick
relief and cure this is the remedy. Sold
by A. B. Rains, druggist, Columbia,
Tenn. leosa ly.
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statements that they will not enter upon the humbler plane of life-be-
the Senatorial race azainst Senator
Roger Q. Mills of Texas says he
will no longer be a candidate for re
elect lion to the United States Senate.
This leaves the field open . to Gov.
The lower House of
i Monday, with practially no debate,
oted an appropriation of $50,000,000
for the use of the Government
the national defense.
low and wish his feet had never
wandered from its warmer sunshine
and sweeter flowers.
Twenty years of anxiety ana nerv
ous strain and the pe-ils and sweat
of political campaigning and official
agony will have been rounded up
with the close oi my present term oi
office, and I will be ready to gladly
surrender all my hopes of further
Congress political promotion to others who
are more amomous, aim who uuu
delight in giving and receiving
I nave conciuaea tnat
Tub steam tu2 Dauntless, which
la made several successful flli
bustoring expeditions to Cuba, has
been seized by the government and canvassed
is now in ehanre of a Deputy Mar
D wight Clarke, one of the best
known and most popular young
men of Memphis, committed suicide
Monday night by shooting himself
through the heart. Disappointment
in love caused it.
A Vestkrker has invented an
n-irlsl torncdo boat, for which he
claims ability to demolish anything
and everything in the shapo of an
enemy in short order. He expects
an opportunity to
Srt; or Felice Carl Cavalotti,
pwoi, dramatist, publicist and one of
- e rtv st celebrated Italians of this
was killed at Rome Sunday
fifterroon in a duel with swords
with Signer Macola, member of the
chamber of deputies and editor of
the Gzettadi Venczia.
The Spanish government made a
d maud on President McKinley the
'first of the week for the recall of
Consul-Gen. Lee from Havana nnd
twenty years of such a life is enough
for any one man-of my tempera
Three times I have borne the ban
ner of my party among the moun
tain fastnesses or tne first uon
cressional District, six times I have
canvassed Tennessee iroui j-nsioi
to Memphis, three times 1 have worn
the honors of Governor of my native
State. Whether I have fought the
battles well or not, whether I have
hfipn a faithful servant I will leave
tn the verdict of the people whom I
have served so long.
I did not wish to enter the sttug
trln of 189(5. but rny party c.oin-
lnnnded and there was nothing left
for me to do but to obey.
Since my election J. have never
had that fixed purpose whhh Is
necessary to the achievements or
success in politics. I have wavered
because I had an unconquerable de
sire to quit the life of a politician
and to enter happier and more
experiment on peaceful fields oi labor, i nave never
wavereu oiiB jut nn.m m mo j.i
formance of my duty in office, but
only as to what I should -do with
reference to my own personal future.
I feel conscious that I have be'n
true to mv trust and true to the peo
ple. Had I not been true to them I
might have had a smoother path
and a softer pillow; but I have al
ways believed it better to walk i.i
tho thorny rath of duty and sleep
upon the hard pillow of care for the
sake of right ; I have believed it bet
ter to suffer the bruises and wounds
of criticism for the welfare and hap
piness of the people than to . loll on
llowery beds of ease with a guilty
conscience and a trust betrayed.
The best energies oi my youth ana
r m in . m rr i . rw t .'
line vuiage or Tneca, Tenn., nas met ana aeciarea relentless war
against the treacherous Spaniards, and the citizens are ready at any time
to answer tne Dugie can ana snouiaer arms.- uoiumbia Herald. J
Have you heurd the news from Thetaf
Have you heurd the news from Theta? '
She's comln' in her war-paint an' the kuntry'a gwinter meet 'ert -She
met an' resoluted in the skule-'ouse Sat'dy night
An' sink or swim or live or die she's gone into the tight
She's saunt the news to Washington its made 'em bilin' hot
Our navy's rippin' up the seas, our army's on the trot.
We've snet the grocery sto' up, an' closed the shoe-shop down
An' the skule-marm, Miss Ophelia Butts, is all that's left in town.
O we riz up in our righteous wrath of majesty an' law
An' squeezed the eagle till he squealed an' hollerd out fur war,
An' the kuntry'a heurd the signal, you kin bet yo' life upon it,
We're gwinter have a war with Spain
An Theta done Hi
Have you heurd the news from Thetaf
Have you heurd the news from Theta?
She'll go down the aouudin' ages an' the trumphets all will greet'er!
Can't talk of Philadelphia now an' her ole Declurashan
Its Theta, Theta, fust in war the pride of all the nashun!
Thar'g me, an' Billy Williams, Simon Suggs an' Sandy Jones,
The Parson an' the Teacher, Johnny Reb an' Bandy Bones,
We heurd they'd blowed our ship up, so es quick es all we cu'd
We hilt a meetin' of the town an' waded in fur b-l-u-d!
We 'lected Billy cheerman, an' the teacher flung the ink
In a white-heat resolushun thet.'ud make an' owl blink!
See Billy: "Now be keerful, boys, we can't afford a slip"
But ev'ry mother's son riz up anr hollerd: "Let 'er rip!"
Ho we solumly declared for war an' mighty short we spun it
We've gwinter clean the Spanish np
An'Theta done it I
Have you heurd the news from Thetaf
Have vou heurd the news from Thetaf
Rise from yo' graves ole Greece an' Rome an' tell me' kin you beat'er?
Sho' nuft, we had one traitor thar the Parson an' he riz
Sed somethin' 'bout the golden rule an' tendin' to our biz;
But he never got no further, for a voice come thunderln' loud:
"Whose talkin' 'bout the golden rule in this here silver crowd?"
An' somehow, onbeknownst accerdental.I sunnose.
Something drapt, an' when it fell, it squshed the Parson's nosel
Then Sandy Jones he riz an' sed : "Be keerful how you ehout
The first that sheds his coat don't allers do the knockin' out
Kf Spain shu'd take our Capertul what cu'd we do to beat 'ei?"
Set Johnny Reb: "You durn galoot, we'll move her down to Theta!"
At this the house went into fits it shook the roof upon it
The Capertul of all the yearth !
An' Theta done it!
Have you heurd the news from Thetaf
Have you heurd the news from The'af
Takeoff yo' hats, you pods of war, Kit on yo' knees an' greet 'er!
Then Billv seed a stranger thar a settin' in the hall
An' we una made a moshun too, thot he shu'd have a call.
Sez he, a sorter smilin: "Boys, this is a u-l-o-r-i-o-u-s day
The Capitul of all the yearth is that what I heurd you sayf
I never knowed a lot of folks to treat their town no wuroe
Why Theta she's the center of God's own (treat Univurse!"
"Hows that?" sez Simon Suggs a sortor rizin' with a frown
Sez the stranger: "Can't you see how nice the sky fits all around?"
This started of the war riht thar, an' when the tight was o'er,
It seems that I possessed the cheer, the rest pussessed the floor.
Htiray ! Hoorlp! Don't hold mo now 1 Ole Spain, I'm gwinter eat 'er,
Hide an' tallow, hoof a"' horns
An' throw her up in Theta!
John Trotwooo Moore.
If I were an Alderman! If I
were an Alderman, I should, in the
first place, being a candidate for
said office, electioneer. Oh, Yesl
I'd electioneer; and among other
thintrs, I should recall to the minds
of the people what an honest and
upright citizen i n always striven to
be. I would also impress on their
minds the fact that I was an h-o-n-e-s-t
m-a-n, and would hold up for
law and duty so long as breatn re
mained, making their interest al
ways my first consideration. Yej,
indeed! I'd certainly Bpreaa it on
to the very best of my ability, and
duly impress on their minds that if
electea to this nigh and honorable
office I should always be found
honest, faithful and true.
Thus, you see, I should not only
look longingly into the "promise
land," but eventually enter into all
it8oys. Being duly Installed and
looked up to as one of the "City
ROYAL ftAKINO POWDER CO., MEW VOflK.
1 ! w hara ho An rrlvon tn
upih.8 to the Cuban reconcen- W 7:: w
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country. 1 have mauo many
tmdos on the cruiser Montgomery
h-l mboat Nashville. The Pres
ident promptly replied that he
rould ; not consider the recall of
Gen. l ee, as he had borue himself
thrnnihoit this crisis with judge-
fidelity and courage; and in
n the Spaniards were politely
iH'd that relief supplies would
t a? this government thinks
I have maiio man
tnkpa!who has not.' uui
tried t be faithful.
I shall carry many regrets with
me into private life. I have often
been compelled to deny favors to
those whom I love because I had
on.-mWi to tro around. I have
often antagonized men whom I hon
or and esteem, in the struggl- for
political preferment. In obedience
L n,fl nnmmand of duty I have uu-
DEMOCRATIC DISTRICT CIL 1IRH.VM
They Will Meet in Columbia March 17.
For Important ttuxlnno. ( ('
The Chairmen of the ' Democratic
Executive Committees of the
various counties composing the 9th
Judicial Circuit of Tennessee will
meet at the Rethell House in Co
lumbia on March 17, at 10:30 o'clock
a. m., for the purpose of organizing
the Commute, and to consider and
determine the plau to be adopted
looking to the selection of a Demo
cratic candidate for Judge of the 9th
Judicial District.- :
At 1 o'clock p. m., at the same
place, the Chairmen of the counties
composing the 7th Congressional
District will meet for organization
and such other business as may be
Don't annoy others by your coughing
and risk your life by neglecting a cold.
One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs,
colds, croup, grippe and all throat and
lung troubles. A. B. Bains. ly
A leading merchant was once
asked how it was he had no repre
sentatives on the road. He replied :
"I have the best representatives in
the world. They always trll the
v.-ilue of my goods in plain language.
They are always attentive to busi
ness. They are always polite. They
never miss an appointment, and they
are at work early in the morning till
the last thing at night. They take
no holidays, and woik the whole
year round. My representatives are
my advertisements, and I know ex
actly where they are in every city
and town, and know to a cent what
they cost me.''
Poor old Ingersoll! Age but
serves to make blacker his blas
phemy. His latest lecture under
takes, for value received at the
door, to answer the question, "Why
Am I An Agnostic?' It takes hhn
nearly two hours to answer, while
most other people could correctly
reply in a single sentence, "Robert
O. Ingersoll is an agnostic for two
hundred d-dlars a night." Cum
Why don't those patriots who
&aved the country save the treasury?
McKinley has been President for
one year, and during that time a de
ficit of $rl,XX),000 ha? been piled up,
:?O0,0O0 mill operatives in New Kng
lind have had their wages cut or
have been thrown out of work, and
one of our battleships has been
blown up in the harbor of Havana.
At 7:30 o'clock next Monday night,
March 14, in the Masonic Temple,
Lafayettee chapter of Royal Arch
Masons, will hold a stated convoca
tion, when several candidates, Mas
ter Masons of Maury County lodges,
will be advanced to the honorary
degree of Mark Master with im
pressive ceremonies. After the
convocation there will be an as
sembly of Concord ia Council 82, of
Royal and Select Master Masons of
high degree. Proceedings of the
(irand Chapter show that last year
Jiaiayeue cnapter comerrea tne
most degrees of any chapter in Tennessee.
Fathers" a loving father too one
who"pltieth hlschildren"you know;
and in my pity I should cast my eye
around to nnd a plague to send up
on them. And knowing a good
thins: when I saw it, I would im
mediately realize that the 10 o'clock
law was their best armor, and
would begin to fight it fiercely, and
with a will. It I could not repeal it
altogether - i should compromise
with his patanio Majesty and ex
tend the; time. It would be too
good a law'to stand, being a natural
enemy to the poor down trodden
whiskey roan: whom I should feel
called upon to release from bondage
Yes, I would do it too, and place
him on ai higher pinnacle, where
be could sway the poor drunken
wretches at his own sweet will.
Ob, yesl being an Alderman
should feel that every man should
have his liberty. What right has a
corporation to put any obstacle or
restraining power over this mighty
creature? Yes, I should ask myself
this question, and should deaden
my conscience until I should be
able to shout with the loudest of
them, Mglve us our personal liberty.'
Man, vou know, is a lordly creat
ure, and we, the learned ones, with
in the past few weeks have with
crave faces and determined look
bitterly fought the law that would
shield them from their own de
bauchery. We have also, after due
consideration come to the conclu
sion that after all, such a law is
most pernicious one to our city, and
especially to the traveling public;
and if bad men persist in making
brutes of themselves, why should
we provide penalties that would
deter them from such debauchery
Resides, such a law does not do
away with the evil altogether, and
why should we help to lessen it
when we do so at the expense of
licensed men, who pay their money
in order that all such men might be
turned over to them to be devoured.
Again, if I were an Alderman, I
should be a jvery determined one;
and when I iet my foot down to
vote for a cortaln thing, I would
certainly do it. Nothing should do
ter me fromi my purpose. Being
self-opinionated and egotistical in
the extreme, I should make it a
point never to; allow myself to be
made to think that I could ever be
in the wrong. No, no. I'd have
nothing like that. And even though
some good mother should plead,
with tears running down her cheeks,
that I should not vote to have the
time extended, her pleadings should
fall on deaf ears; and like the rock
of-Oibralta I'd stand, even though
I stood alone; for wouldn't I be an
Alderman? And shouldn't my
words stand as did the laws of the
Medes and Persians?
Yes, 8ireel iyi vote for an exten
tion of the 10 o'clock law at every
meeting, and oi the evening when
tho last vote should be cast I'd call
my son to me that is if God had
blesed me wit! a son and I'd say
to that bov yes; I'd say these very
words "Son, Liok upon your father;
he has been a good father to you,
and he would not have you go astray
ior tne world ; Dot your father Is an
Alderman, and has some very im
portant work to do to-night, and it
may be possible; my child, that in
casting his vote some mother's
son will be eternally lost, wrecked
and ruined. The destiny 6f a soul!
That is a serious; thought my boy;
but trust your father to make tracks
that lie desires you to step in by and
by. He will press them hard and
firm, so that they can be plainly
seen, and as the years roll by put
your little feet one after the other in
those tracks father made them,
therefore be not afraid, for he would
not have you go wrong. Trust your
father my boy." .
Yes, and while waiting there, I'd
paint for that boy a picture. I would
indeed! A picture that had its be
ginning lonsr years asro; long, long
before the 10 o'clock law had its ex
istence, or the chime of the bell sent
its welcome message to so many
weary, waiting hearts. Had this
then been the law, perhaps the pic-'
ture would not have been drawn;
but as it was not, the picture stands
out vividly. It is a picture of a
youth. There he stands, in ma
jestic young manhood. The world
stretches out invitingly Deiore him.
There sits his mother. She is look
ing on him with pride and joy and
hope and confidence. He is her first
born and is about to take Father's
place. Father is too feeble to work,
and this young man in whom Is cen
tered all the hope of the family, goes
forth to tight the battle of life for
his loved ones. Now watch as he
returns home from his daily toll, ra-'
diant with the flush of early man-
hood. He is utterly unconscious
that in the paths that lie before him,
there lurks dangers, sin and despair.
Thus he goes on smilingly to his
fate. Time goes by, and now we
find him the associate of men far
older than himself. Men, too, in
whom the world trusted, and in
whom the mother had implicit con
fidence. Never dreaming for a mo
ment of danger to her boy, the
mother gave her consent that he
might sleep at night with them in
their business houses. Alas! Alas!
that such things could be; and yet
those men were what is commonly
called "night drinkers." All fair
and serene by day, but, after busi
ness hours, see them dunking and
carousing and making "a night of
It." Then turn your attention to
that boy once more. Do you recog
nize him? No? But, 'tis he. Bee him,
stupifled by whiskey, as they put
him to bed night after night. Fin
ally, (its a dreadful picture,) see him
as he reels home to that devoted
mother. Go into the home, and
there see the tears that flow from
weeping eyes. They can not realize
that their son and brother is beastly
drunk. Time rolls steadily on.
Father pleads without avail, ant
the mother's prayers ant i-wm
ail unheeded. Night 1 1 1 r
that feeble old father K" - '
loon to saloon, hunting t tt i -wayward
boy. The a . .nh '.
in the meantime is sih t l an 1
deep lines on her anxi uu face
the sad story of her i rtured
Thus It goes on, and on.year after
year. The father at la.-t- 1 lull
rest, and the mother soon is sleeping
by his side, her thoughts to the last
being for that wayward child; that
he might be looked after and never
deserted by those who were left be
hind. But the boy, what of him?
Once a mother's pride. A poor wreck
now. Beo him as he reels the streets
to-day. L )ok at the lines of dissi
pation that stamp that once fair
brow; notice the hard Hues about
the once smiling lip; all the
sparkle and joy none out of eyes
that were bright. There hn stands!
Look at him. Lost socially, .mor
ally but oh, God! surny not eter
nally. Will not tin; mother's prayers
cause the waywaru boy to return at
Yes, my boy, your father is an
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n sixteen pnpe rriuirute Jouriml n paper
that in runt with Interest mill nllt l,v -1j
of nil n tf! "S fitT-r- die liuii.h .jil Ioiiurs
pn Hold to the perxon who will form tho
greatest nunilM'r of wnrru from tho letters
Uu the nnnie liHAl'tjlluN. It Hlso ollern,
tree, h bicycle, uolil watch, n. liolurxhip In
almost iny business college or llU'rory
school, and other premiums. Kvery person
who enters the contest will pet a premium
ot come kind. Heiid nt once, for tmmple
copy of the paper, which will explain al
Contest closes April . l-is tf
After yesra ' f untold suffering from
piles, II. V. l'uraell, of Knitnersville.
Pa., was cured bv tisin-; a single box: of
lieWitt's itch llarel Salve. Skin dis
ease?, surh as eczema, rash, pimr!e
Hnd obf tinate sores are rearlilv cured by
this famous remedy. A. 1). Uains, ly
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