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15 GENTS PER WEEK: BRANDON BARKSDALE, FBCF'B- h Friday Evening, Mar; 14. The Una Alliance of Davidson county, has kicked out of the traces, withdrawn from the county Union and surrendered its charter, all be cause of the federation of the Nation al Farmers Union with the Knights of Labor and the order of the Nation al Union authorizing the organiza tion of subordinate alliances in cities, against which Una Alliance protest ed. President Buchanan disregard ed the protest and issued charters to new lodges in Nabhville admitting Knights of Labor. We should like to know whether or not Cousin Jere Baxter was a member of Una Alli ance. If so, Brother McDowell is happy. The Toiler is rather tame and des titute ofUs usual snap this week. Brother McDowell is possibly other wise engaged, lie has had a good deal of trouble lately trying to turn Cousin Jere out of his tater patch, but Jere won't drive worth a rent. When he st-s Brother McDowell coming he curls his tail, capers around, snorts and runs by the gap every time. It was a very careless thing in Brother McDowell to go oS to East Tmiiicssee with his candi date, leaving the gap down. Cousin Jere is not a very bad Jumper, but he is awful sure to go into places where the gap is down. The State Democratic Executive Committee, in obedience to the call of T. L. Williams, will meet in Nashville April 3d for the purpose of appointing the time for holding the State convention to nominate a candidate for governor. The last State convention was held in May. It was apparently appointed that early in the inte.est of a certain can didate at least many Democrats thought so. We trust that the pres ent committee will not repeat such a mintuke. The last of Juno or first of July will be plenty soon for the con vention. Chance for Corruption. The Clarksville Evening To ha ecu Leaf-Ciiuonu'IVK and by tlio way, that is a very long name to write says the poll tax law would bring in a revenue from a source that now contributes nothing, "provided the politicians did not pony up lor their constituents who were willing to part with their votes for money, in which case they would furnish the revenue, and herein lies the great objection to the bill ; it furnishes opportunity for open and notorious buying of votes." Replying to the T. L.-C. the Memphis Commercial Hays : liut our contemporary forgrts that under the Dorth and Myers laws the buying of votes becomes a very risky business for the buyer, as he would have to depend upon the promise and assertion of its fullHllment by the voter, lie could not see the ticket when voted nor could he pos sibly ascertain subsequent to the flection anything about the vote. But the Commercial forgets that under the operations of the registra tion law, which requires the presen tation of a certilicate or permit to vote, the corrupt vote-buyer is affor ded the opportunity of buying cer tificates and thus preventing voters from casting their ballots. The election striker will not pay tho poll tax of the purchasable voter, for that would not put money in such voter's pocket. He will buy the voter's cer tificate and kill his vote. Consolidated. Last week the Clarksville Chron icle changed ownership and name, the Tokacco Li'.Al' having bought the Chronicle. W. 1'. Titus reserved the job office and book bindery departments of the Chronicle plant, which he will continue, and turn his entire attention to that business. The consolidated newspapers will hereaf ter be issued under the name of the Clarksville Tohacvo Li.af-Ciiuon-H I.k. Brandon A Barksdale will un doubtedly be successful in the new enterprise, which will be issued daily and send-weekly. Martin V. In gram will assist Mr. Brandon in the editorial work. The Record wishes the undertaking much success. Sprinyjii'hi luTortl. Startling Figures for Farmers to Reid The St. Louis Republic gives the following figures of the grain crop for twenty years, showing the Increase in the crop and decrease in the price. It will surprise any reader, and very plainly shows the cause of depression in agricultural persuits. The Republic says: From 18i7 to iss7 is twenty years two decades, exactly a considera ble period in the history of a coun try young and vigorous like ours. It was an uncommonly active period, and. as might be expected, nearly all the figures illustrating our growth show a great increase. There was a large growth in population, in the number of farms, in-the area of cul tivated land, in farm products, and In the output of mines and the pro duct of mills and factories, it.it there is no feature of our amazing development In the; twenty year- Vhatw U puwle st,m farmer. 1867, 2,660,457,000 bushels in 1887 ; and the area devoted to it was more than doubled 65,636,000 acres in '67, 141,831,000 acres in 1887. But the value of the crop was not increased a dollar ; so far from this, it actually fell off nearly 80,000,000 the figures being for 1867 $1,284,037,300, and for 1887 $1,204,289,370. It will be said, perhaps, that 1867 was a time of suspension of specie payment, and the crop of that year was valued in cheap paper money. If this explanation be the true one there is little comfort in it, for it would show that it took the farmers of the United States twenty years of hard work to recover from the ef fects of sjecie payment and to get back in 1877 where they stood in 1867. But the ppecie payment was resumed in 187, and ever since then the value of crops has been es ti mated in gold. The following table gives the whole cereal crop of the country and its value at several dates between 1867 and 1887 : Bushels. Value. HOT 1,329,729,400 Jl,24,037,3n0 1879 2,4:,41,300 l,24r.127,719 1HKI 2,IIWf,om,S70 1,470,957,200 1 KH:l...... 2,H29,al 9.0N8 1 ,2H0.7tifi,9;i7 1887 2,000,457,090 1,204,289,370 It appears from this that the grain crop of the country brought to the producers of it less money in 1888 than in either of the other four years included in the table and that while the quantity raised is steadily in creasing, the money value of it is steadily decreasing. The rapid rise in the Mississippi river Is causing wide spread alarm. A destructive flood seems inevitable. The levies are closely guarded, but it is believed that the water will overlap them along the low places, the vicinity of Greenville being in great danger. Louisville has taken to the use of water and the health of that city is better, but oh my ! what a quantity it does take to supply her twelve million gallons per day, or sixty gal lons per inhabitant, and the Louis villians say they are using it sparing ly. . . Tho Chicago Board of Trade has sent out notices to exchanges that market quotations will be shut off after the 31st of March. It is believed that arrangements will be made with the Western Union Telegraph Com pany to supply the quotations. If the Louisville people could get a chance to slake their thirst from the Mississippi, all danger of an over flow from the great father of waters would be immediately overcome. Mr. Morris, of Davidson county, has won much distinction as caucus leader for skillful organization and successful leadership in marshaling the Democratic forces for victory. The election laws as amended and passed by the Legislature will enable Tennessee to furnish other States an example by fair test in ballot reform, it is believed. .. The Courier Journal thinks Senator Sherman has been lounging about in the weather bureau this month. CLARKSVILLE DISTRICT. Third Round Quarterly Meetings. Ktute Line, t Meadow Brook, Mar. 15, HI. Saline, at Duck Spring, Mar. 22, 2!S. Indian Mound, at Stamper's, Mar. 20, HO. Montgomery, at Wiley's, April 5, 0. Ashland City, at Walton's, April 12, 13. Palmyra, at Palmyra, April K, 20. Clarksville, April 27. Pleasant View and Mullory's, at Pleasant View, May 3, 4. lied River, at Wart race May 10, 11. Springfield, May 17, IS. Cedar Hill, at Turnersville, May 24, 25. Sadlersville and Adams, at Salem, May 31, June 1. Anbury, at Grant's, June 7, 8. New 'Providence and Bethel, at Bethel, June 14, 15. Antioeh, at Chapel Hill, .Tune 21, 22. W. U. Pkehles. Sickness Among Animals. Animals are very subject to worms, nnil while such worms exist in them they cannot thrive, the food that should strengthen and nourish the animal is absorbed by the worms; hence, the ani mal will have a good appetite and still continually grow poor. To obviate this dilliculty, give them Irequcnt doses of Uncle Sam's Condition Powder. It is an excellent preventive of disease among them, and as a positive cure for sickness common to animals it has no equal. It is guaranteed. For sale, wholesale and retail, by Lockert & Reynolds, drug gists. What a Fortune Is a good healthy, pearly skin. Fe w are aware of the short time it takes for a disordered liver to cause blotches on the lace, and a dark greasy skin. One bottle of Boggs' Blood Purifier and Blood Maker will restore this organ to its natural and healthy state, and cleanse the blood of all impurities. It is meeting with wonderful success. We guarantee every bottle. Mc Reynolds A Co., Druggist. A Good Cough Syrup. There is nothing parents should be so careful about as selecting a cough syrup, Begirs's Cherry Cough Syrup costs no more than the cheap and in terior nostrums thrown on the mar ket. The best is none toogood.be Mire aixl get Beggs' Cherry Cough Syrup. We keen it on hand at all times. Mclley nobis d CV... di ugista Bepir' Cherry Cough Syrup Is giving splendid satisfaction to the trade and the sales are positively marvelous, which can be accounted for in no other way except that it is without doubt the last on the mar ket. Ask lor and Le sure yon get the genuine. We keep it. Reynolds & Co., druggists NEWS IN BRIEF. Candsasatlon of Int resting Itmi am Various Subject. Rhode Island Republicans nominated Her bert W. Ladd, of Providence, for governor. The Massachusetts house baa passed the bill forbidding the sale of oleomargarine as butter. Mack Hammorly aocideotly shot himself while handling a revolver, near Upper San dusky, O. The Padusylvania company has secured control! of the Louisville, New Albany aud Chicago railroad. Willis MeKnigut will work twelve years for the state for the murder of Edward Torian at a Uopkinsville, Ky., dance. Austin Dick, a sweet youth of Smyrna, O., teased the baby and tried to pulverize his stepfather with a poker because he repri manded hiin. It is rumored thai a scheme is ou foot to consolidate the Pittsburg and League clubs, and drop Washington, thus reducing tlui cir cuit to eight clubs. Contractor on city hall at Cambridgo, Mass., has given in, and freestone cutters have returned to work. Boston looked out cutters are hopeful The 4-year-old daughter of a farmer named William Kaderly, living near New Philadelphia, U., full into the iireplace, Tuesday evening, and was burned to death. Aaron Bean, injured in the Columbus, O., gas explosion, has brought suit for f 10,000 damages. It looks as if Columbus baked Beans come higher than the Boston variety. The bodies of the Misses Adele and Han nah Ppvre, two sisters, aged 83 and So, who lived on a iarm four miles north of Con cordia, were found in Lake Diuley, where they had drowned themselves. The Kentucky legislature has passed the bill colling a constitutional convention. This was in response to a vote of the people last August. The time aud place of holding the convention are yet to be ttxod. "Buck" Hurry, who shot and killed a Detroit police officer last week, having been surprised by the eiiicer while engaged in drilling a safe in a wholesale gracury store, was arrested at Cleveland Wednesday. At a meeting of the executive committee of lire chiefs, at Cincinnati, it was decided to hold the National convention at Detroit, Aug. W, 1890. Electric light wires and their danger to firemen will be a special sub ject for discussion. A new assessment of real aud personal property in bt. Louis, just made by the board of assessors, foots up $24o,0S8,7:A), ou increase over that of two years ago ol' $03, 084,720. This adds about 11,300,000 to the city aud state taxes. Gen. Crook gives as the reason for so many desertions from the army that imme diately a man has enlisted he loses social caste, being instantly ostracized by the pub lic. The sajua cause, he declares, operates to fill the military prisons. Harry Phillips, on trial at Montreal for obtaining by gambling from Von Keiuholtz, traveling salesman for P. W. Ellis & Com pany, of Toronto, $14,000 worth of jewelry knowing it not to be the property of Rein holtz, -was acquitted by a jury. The adjourned trial of Isaac Bawtelle, for the murder of bis brother Hiram, was be gun at Rochester, N. H., Thursday. It is estimated that 1,000 people were present at the opening of court Bawtelle was brought Into court amid great excitement, and some trouble was had in keeping the crowd in check. A Canadian passenger train went oyer on embankment near Penbroke, Out. A num ber of passengers were hurt, two of thorn, lira. 11. Monroe and a cook, name un known, fatally. A convict chained to a seat freed bimsolf and rescued the bailiff in charge. Ignatz Smith, a Brooklyn, N. 'Y., grocer, whue drunk, Wednesday, attempted to shoot his wife. The womun grappled with him and succeeded in defending herself until a policemun was summoned. Un seeing the officer approaching, Smith released his wife and shot himself dead. Caldwell, Kan., has a local company or ganized to invade the Cherokee strip in the near future and locate several town sites. Promoters of tho scheme say they will not wait for the president's message, and that they are confident that once there the presi dent will not eject them. By comparison of the League and Brother hood schodulcsg it is found fbat tbero are many conflicting dates, especially in New York and Brooklyn. In the former city Jiiero are thirty-two clashes and in the latter lorty-oue. This will mean financial disaster for the Brotherhood or League in those cities. Mrs. Surah W. Enuis, deceased, of Chi cago, left her property to her husband, Rob ert B., ou condition that he did not marry again. He remained unmarried for years, sold the property and then married. Mary A. and Harriet Tower aud Kale Wells were to have the property if Enuis married, aud now sue for it. . The 2-year-old child of John Blunt, a farmer, near Stockton, Kan. , found a bottle of laudanum and drank a quantity of it, and died. The next day Mrs. Blunt, crazed by the death of her child, drank the rest of the poison. She cannot recover. Mr. Blunt's friends are watching him lest he, too, may commit suicide. At the coroner's inquest, at Council Blurts, Iowa, in the murder case of old Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Joe Shellenberger made a full confession. He says that Neul commit ted the murder and forced him to aid in con cealing the bodies. When he tried to es cape before the old people wore killed, lie says, Neal shot at him, the bullet entering his hat. Lynching is feared. Rev. Dr. David J. Burrell, pastor of West minster Presbyterian church, at Minneapo lis, has received a call to the Associated Re form church, of New York, at a salary of $10,000, with a preliminary six mouths' trip to Palestine. Dr. BurreU's church at Min neapolis has a membership of 1,300, aud is one of the most influential in the west. He has gone to New York to look over the field. CONGRESS. Sixty-Seventh Day. In the senate The concurrent resolution for the investigation of immigration was agreed to. The resolution to expunge Mr. Call's interpolated remarks about Mr. Chandler was passed. A resolution relativa to the election of a president pro tern, of the senate was discussed. Mr. Georgo spoke on the Blair bill, and at 5:20 p. m. the senate adjourned. In the house Unimportant legislation re lating to affairs wae disposed of. A resolu tion was reported setting aside Thursday and Friday for the Oklahoma bill, a vote to be taken at 4 p. m. Friday. Fending discussion the house at 5 p. m. adjourned. Dynamite Kxploiloo Two Killed. Rockvillk Centre, I I., March 14. An explosion of dynamite here Thursday morning iiiBtautly killed two laborers and injured fatally twoothera. The men were at work on the Brooklyn acquo duck I How Airs. aarrlMB Maken Chowder. I Cut a medium sized shad or whiteflsh, three or four potatoes, one onion and a quarter of ; a pound f lcon Into small pieces. Fry the bacon and onion a lil't brown. Fut a layer j of tntws in the suucepiu, over that a layer of tin ti.-li, then a sprinkling of onions and bacon, tueu a layer of tomatoes, sprinkled witli popper and tait, alternating the layers until all is iu. Add enough water to cover, ! place over a moderate fire and let simmer twenty -fivo minutes. Boil one pint of milk, thickening it with cracker crumbs, let It stand a moment and then odd to the chow-' der. Now stir for the first time, let boil an ! instant, season, if not stroug, to the taste and -serve hot New York World. Dp. W. P. MWRENGE, (Formerly of Orlando, Fla.) Is now located at Clarksville, Tenn., Arlington Block, and offers his professional services to the citizens of Montgomery and neighboring .counties. -SPECIALTIES. Diseases of Throaty Nose, Eye and Ear, Diseases of Women, Chronic Diseaseas and Surgery PllES CURED WITHOUT PfilN or detention from business. Stricture of the Urethra cured by Electricity. Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 11. 2p m. to 4. Sunday, 8 a. m. to 10. pr.d&w-tf. J. D. SLAYDEN, M. D.,-- (Formerly of Dickson County,) Is permanently located In Clarksville. Office formerly occupied by Dr. Trawlck, over Ice Office, -:- FRANKLIN STREET, -:- ofTers hlsservlpesto the public generally, and solicits a Klwtre of practice. 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SESSION 1889-90 OPENS SEPT. 9, 1889. AC A DF. MIC FACULTY. C. C. HERSMAN, D. D., Ohaueellor. 8. J. COFFMAN, A. M. E. B. MASSIE, A. M. O. F. NICOLASSEN, A. M. Pb. D. ROBERT PRICE, D. D. J. A. LYON, A. M., Ph. D. J. BARD WELL, D. D. F. W. MORTON, AsBiatant InHtructor. EXPENSES vaiTfrom f 125 to f235 a year acco(lUlg to cmHlflcauon and style of boarding. "Hend for a Catalogue to the t'hauceUor.-W 1 1 y 22 J. 0. HAMBAUGH, New Providence, Tenn., nvltes your attention to a full and carefully eelected stock of ' FIELD . SEEDS CUERIE'S : TOBACCO : GROWER a Standard Fertilizer. Also a full and fresh stock of FAMILY and FANCY GIRO GE R SYRACUSE CHILLED :- PLOW, a good and cheap plow, every one of which Is guaranteed to give satisfaction. J. G. HAMBAUGH. (xET 1'ItlCEH PROM ; OWEN & MOORE 3efore Buying Tour WINDOW GLASS & PUTTY. . THY Spices of Their Own Grinding lor Tickles, etc. & Major, Salesmen, eiifse TENN. -AT- ITH'S. CANTREL 6023. "Blre Tennessee Wilkes, trial 2.-2.1. First dam, Latonla, by McCurdy's Hamble'ian, 2:2(1. Second dam, Diana Koesco, by St. Elmo. Third dam, by Imp. Lovlnthnn. 1' j:itMH-lii(:i3.00 tlio Heason, -vitli usual Iltottirn Irlvllen'o. A. G. Goodlett, Sec'y. DIVINITY FACULTY. C. C. HERSMAN, D. D. JOSEPH R. WIL80N, D. D. ROBERT PRICE, D. D. J. BAEDWELL, D. D. R. F. BUNTING, r. D., Hollolting Agent for the Endowments. war Dniversi ES