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15 CENTS PER WEEK. fclANDON BAKK8DALE, PROP'S. Tha Main Issues for Farmers. "gw,it in time for the Farmers' ttaion 4o drop all Bide Issues and BubterfuKes and direct all. of their force and energy to the main ques tions which affect the vital interest otf the country. "Low taxes and fre coinage" are the issues that strike terror in the ranks of the bloodsuckers, as has been evidenced by the fight made in Congress by the protectionists and money power for the McKinloy bill and against free "coinage. Low taxes means a re vision or the tariir on a revenue basis, cheaper goods, open markets and more revenue. Free coinage of 1 ailver means unrfstricted circulation ' below the demands of the country; 'means that the secretary of the treasury and Wall street gold bugs ; cannot control, contract and expand ' the money circulation at will, to de - pi ess trade, bankrupt merchants and ( rob farmers of their produce, while tilling up millions in their own cof fers at the expense of the people by ' the use of fold as the superior of sil- ver. It lucuns regulated markets, steady prices, better security in real -estate, lower interest and more money to pay debts and keep off " mortgages. It means that the gold and silver miners may carry their products to the mint for fre&ioinage on perfect equality, just as the far- 1 mere carry their wheat to mill to be made into flour, or carry It to the treasurer for its value In government currency, to be put in circulation by its owners, and in no way hampered by the government and the money sharks. It means that not only every ounce of silver mined in this country will be converted inio circu lating dollars, but means that Mexico or any other country may send their products here to lie coined and ex Changed for our wheat, flour, corn, oats, etc., and all kinds of manufac tured goods. It means to make sil ver higher in Europe and force open markets for our agricultural pro ducts. It means to sweep the very foundation from under all trust com- " bines, produce corners and monopoly of every kind, and these tire the rea sons for the desperate fl;lit made by the Reed-IIarrison-Windom conibi nation in Congress againsi free coin age. . Farmers care nothing about the sub treasury bill ; every sensible farmer knows there is nothing it ; that it would be distrusted and inoperative if they had it. Farmers know that something is going wrong in govern merit affairs, that is very oppressive and have determined to reverse the machinery and correct the evil and therefore are striking in every direc tion to find tne underlying cause. Congress has made the question plain ; that hiih tariff and the in equality of money are the great evils of this government. Now the farmers ol Tennessee are in the lead, let them drop the sub-treasury bill and ull quarrels with the commercial people, drive at the main issues and Invite the co-operation of all classes In bringing about a better under standing and better things. drand Annual Excursion To the seashore via L. & N. and C. & O. routes. i'Mte Bulphur Kprings( Richmond, Old Point and Norfolk visited en route. A special train com posed of elegant coaches and Pullman sleeping cars, will leave Louisville at 12:45 p. in. on Tuesday, August 12lh, 1890, reaching Old Point Comfort next evening at 6 p. m. The round trip rates to Old Point is only $16.0U from Clarksville. Pasfengers will leave on regular train leaving Clarksville at The train will run under the au spices of the Chesapeake & Ohio K'y Company, in charge of Mr. W. A. Wilgus, trayeliug passenger agent, formerlv of Hopkinsville, Ky. Re duced rates at the Hygeia Hotel, Old Point Comfort, can be secured upon presentation of C. & O. special excur sion tickets. Soeclal attention will be paid to ladies without escorts. SleeoiiiK car accommodations will be Drovided. but in order to have choice of berths, application should be made to W. A. Wilgus, zos 1'ourth Avenue. LouTsville, Ky., at once eieenimr car rates will be $4.00 for berth. Louisville to Old Point, to be ocnunied bv one or two persons Louisville to Clifton Forge$2 6(i, to be occupied by one or two persons, Special side trip excursions can be made from Ola Point at low rates. Stop over privileges will be granted on the return trip, enabling excur sionists to visit iticnmond. wmte Sulphur Springs, and other celebrated resorts. The choice of routes between Ride mond and Clifton Forge will be given Excursionists may return either via Charlottesville and Staunton, or v Lynchburg and Natural Bridge along tne James river. Tickets wifl be good returning until September 3, 1890. Handsome book descriptive of scenery along the line will be mailed to any person upon ap plication to W. A. Wilcus, 253 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky., or to Agent Li. dc IS . It. It COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, Meeting; Called August 4. The County Democratic Executive Committee will meet at the office of Leech & Savage, in Clarksville, on Monday, August 4, 1890. The meet ing is for the tranasaction ol impor tant business and every irember is earnestly requested to attend. II. N. Leech, chairman. VV. E. Beach, secretary. Ths Cause ol Poor Health The Banner.in answer to the Leaf Chronici,e on the water question, says: "The prohis should not be blamed. The Democratic convention caused such an extra demand for water early every morning that the day's supply was nearly exhausted and of ('curse the price went up." So much tin) worse for the prohis ; by the Mine Nashville gets through with Ce Itopublienn convention there won't to water enough left to scald a chicke n and fish won't be fit to eat for the next six months. Memphis finished up another dead lock Saturday. The Shelby county convention lemnined in session nil the week in a deadlock ovr the Domination of a candidate for county register. The taxing district Democ racy are never so happy as when in a deadlock. They are to have two more Congressional and Legislative candidates, and tne lun will be over for this summer. Is often found in the neglect of one's own self. A light cold or slight head ache is treated as not requiring much attention; the assumption being that they will soon pass off, and it is only when a case of full-fledged sickness de velops ilself that the consequences of that neglect are fully realized. As a preventive and positive cure forConghs, Colds, Hoarseness, Spitting of blood, Asthma, Pains 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 all Bilious Complaints, use Eilert's Daylight Liver Pills. Both are guaranteed. For sale, wholesale and retail, by Lockert & Reynolds, druggists. Clarksville Female Academy. A Boarding and Day School for the higher culture of girls and young wo men. Superior advantages from the Kin dergarten to the Post Graduate courses. Special attention given to Art, Mu sic and Kloeution. Buildings new and complete in equipments. Send for catalogue. Mrs. E. O. Rckokii, Principal, Clarksville, Tennessee. june25,d.vw,2in. Lnuli Michel'M KeNtaiirant, 114 Second street, between Franklin and Commerce streets, under the man agement of the well, known caterer, G. A. Roth. I have to-day opened a first-class restaurant and respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. No effort will be spared to make the place attractive anil I will endeavor to give complete satisfaction. jett,4W l.OI'IS MfC'IIKf-. The best quality of linen papers for me type-writer ana general corres pondence, and Culigraph supplies, can be had at the Lkak Chronic-lb oltlee. Ollice stationery a specialty. tf H. II. Hicks has assumed editorial control of the Dickson Democrat, and is demonstrating his ability to hold it up to its former high stand ard of Democracy. We wish Mr. Freeman, the retiring editor, success In whatever field he may enter. The Nashville Review is alarmed for fear that the nomination of Buch anan will paralyze everything. It will most certain I v paralyze the Re publican party in Tennessee. The Republican state convention meets in Nnshvilic Wednesday. The Georgia watermelon trust will thrive while it N in s ssion. 'iront 1'umilni;. The (jrnwinij of trout fur flip New York market in brooming mi established indus try in some localities of tliu interior near the lines of the lirie and Ontario uuil Western railroads. The farmer who is so fortunate ns to have a cold spririK brook on IiIh property, with a small natural pond or with fluidities for mak ing an artificial one, is discovering tliitt an acre or two of water stocked with trout ran be nmde to yield fur more profitable returns than the like quantity of dry land devoted to any ordinary crop. The common brook trout is selected for cultivation, bcc.iuse it invariably com mands liijih prices throughout the season. After the pond is once stocked the fish re quire little caro beyond that of feeding them regularly. They are usually fed with corn meal or wheat or rye middlings. either of which produces a rapid grow th without impairing the delicate natural flavor. Col. .Tames Wisner, of the town of War wick, is one of those who have been en gaged in trout cultivation extensively and profitably. Four years ago he dammed a spring brook on his farm at two points, so as to give him two ponds with an area al together of alxint five acres. When the ponds were ready he stocked them with trout fry. He li.-m made a mimls-r of ship ments to New York this season of trout from his lish ponds weighing from three quarters of a pound to two and a half pounds a piece, lie shipped as many as oDO pounds in one lot. He got sity to eighty cents a pound. Cor. New York Sun. loruVllus Ait-Car ty, admitting news paper mau arrested at Indianapolis, said he had been seventeen tunes' in the work Mile's Nerve and Liver PMa. I aouse in me past year ami tlum t like the . . . . i- mi .(associations, ile plcadeu tor a year m t ha An important discovery. They act! 1K u a,t got it, B the liver, stomach and bowels: ,.,, , . ,,, , ,, , . ikJ,.htK,,.,,. i ....... i..i (. late t arr, of Ocala, Ha , sulchlcd at '"n,u" '"V " 1" i Komeo Wedjes lay while dressing for his ........ . ... , tat, torpid liver, piles and constipa tion. Splendid for men, women and children. (Smallest, mildest, surest. 30 doses for 25 cents. Samples free at NEWS !N BRIEF." A Cumleiiftatiuii of Interval lug ltehia Various Subjects. The population of the state of Colorado is about 400,000. Massnchiiset Is Republican stuta conven tion, llofcton, tlept. 17. . . . t, . The next congress of the Catholic laity will lie held in Chicago In lbV3. Solon Young, rich farmeij died and deuly at New Charlestown, Ind. Willie Ilunlin, aged 18, was kicked to deata by a mule at Bai-reton, Ky. Three chit ren were burned to death at Ripon, Cal. Matches and coal oil. Albert Ramsey, of New Hampshire, O., tell lrom a wagon and broke his neck. The Indiana Republican state conven tion will be held at Indianapolis Sept. 10. . Uiisinesa men of Birmingham, Ala., ara red-hot against that proposed boycott of the north. louisiana Jittery company's agents will swarm at. Washington to light the postomce committee bill. The Olympic club, of New Orleans, has matched Jimmy Carroll and Andy Ilowen to tight, ou bept. 16, for 83,000 purse. Suit has been begun lu the chancery court of Kenton county Ky., for buck taxes and penalties lrom the estate of It. li. Howler. A young inventor of Chicago thinks he has discovered how to run a steamboat by electricity, by the use of a storage battery of his own design. It is stated that Patti will visit this count ly iu 181)2 on the same conditions as on her last four visits namely, that it will be a Lirewell tour. The annual reunion of the Army of the Tennessee at Chicago has been postponed till next spring because of an accident in casting the U rant statue, winch is to be unveiled at the reunion. Senator Ingalls will speak at the great colored demonstration to be held at. Bis marck Grove, Kan., on Aug. 1, in celebra tion of the auniversury of the emancipa tion of the proclamation. Mrs. Andrew llicko., a lady now iu her Hist year, recently astonished the so journers at, a Norwalk, Conh., summer resort by swimming long distances and by her capers iu the surf. Attorney General Dillard, of South Da kota, has rendered a decision that main tenance of. a place where liquor is drank is in violation qf the law, and the seller must prove that he is not violating the law. Albert I'armenter, a Logan county, O., farmer, became despondent over the pros pects tor the future of his small family, being poor and in bud health. As a result he killed his wife and then himself with a shotgun. Mis. Josephine Hatchford, wife of Dr. Thomas Hatchford, of Milwaukee, has been convicted of being accessory to her husband in the killing of Minnie lieards ley, who died as a result of a criminal op eration. The jury in the case of Dr. Henry Meyer, of Chicago, charged with an at tempt to defraud the Germania Life In surance company, by securing the issu ance on a life policy by deceit, has re turned a verdict of not guilty. Carl Nilsson, proprietor of the Brooklyn hotel at Fort Hamilton, N. V., committed suicide by jumping oil the wharf at Bay Ridge, lie hail been quite depondeut re cently in consequence o financial embar rassments und tne sickness of his wife Mrs. j'.muy i avauagu, who was ar rested Thursday, in New York, for shoot- her husband, James Cuvuuagh, for abandoning her, was arraigned in court and held m 3,01) bail for trial. The bus band, who is connected with the "My Aunt Bridget" company, is not seriously injured. Foreign Notes. Thirty Arabs were killed iu the recent fighting at Melilla, Morocco. Andrew Carnegie has donated A'10,000 for a library at Ayr, Scotland. There have been 1,007 notices of eviction filed in Ireland during the past three months. The Heligoland cession bill passed the second reading in the British house of commons last night, by a vote of 09 to f.l The Bulgarian government denies the truth of reports, emanating from Buehar est, of the exiciition of commissioned and iiun-i ominissiotied ofiicers and soldiers. Land aerns fiom Berlin are Hocking into Heligoland, and real estate specula tion on the litt le island is rampant. The natives have raised their prices ten shill ings per square foot since the cession. Casati, the Italian traveler, has been promoted to be a major, in recognition ol his services in Africa, and he will proceed to Lngland to treat with Lord Salisbury on colonial quest ions mutually concerning Lngland and Italy. .Messrs. Riggs and Reitinger, Ameri cans, nave hecn created knights of the Legion of Honor for the services to French trade, but more especially for the work they did in connection with the French exposition of last year. j ne village oi .Moniorinno, iu Italy, lias chosen a distinctively I'rotestant local government. the palace was hitherto I'.mnnated by the Catholics. A tendency toward a similar change is visible in a number of other villages. The Duke anil Duchess of Connaught are about, publishing a book describing their recent sojourn in India on their trip around (he world. The descriptions nre mainly by the duke, the duchess, who is 1 1 1 1 1 ; a clever uitist, contributing the illustration The Horse and Trumpeters, a public house iu Crutehed Friars, London, which has lnen permitted to soil ardent spirits for about JtTO jears past, has had the re newal of its license refused, on account of there being no longer a demand for a pub lic hntiis iu the neighborhood. The queen dowager of Cores died on the 4th ol July, uged S3 years, having resigned during the minority of the present king. Tuere is royal mourning ordered, which menus that the whole nation is obliged to dou mourning for three years. Heavy taxation is imposed to pay the funeral expenses. In the French chamber of deputies Fri day Mr. Roche, minister of commerce, asked a credit of 4ou,U(iu francs to lay a cable between France and Kngland. He stated that lH.KIO.OOU words had been tele graphed ill lSStt, as against 17,717,000 in 188. He also asked a credit for 90,000 francs for telephone lines In-tween Paris and I-omlon. CONGRESS. One Hundred ami Seveiitv-Sf vtith Imt. fti the senate The revenue marine bill vas considered unt il 1 o'clock, when the nriff wsr. taken up and debuted until ad journment, M.ssrs. Vance and Mcl'herson speaking. In the house The senate amendments to the sundry civil appropriation bill were ousidcred until adjournment. To Car Bick Atilu&li or JatUn Cattl Requires only good attention and the proper medical treatment of them Their bowels must be kept in a natural condition and an even and healthy ap petite created in them. Uncle Sam ConditionPowder is the great Remedia Agent for such use, and the beet Cura tivo for Diseases Common to Animals ever devised by man. For Poultry it is no less valuable; it will make hens lay if mixed with their food occasionally For sale, wholesale and reluil, Lockert & Reynolds, druggists. by VV. O. Brandon, at the Leaf- Chronicle oflice, is arjent for the "Culigraph." one of the best and fastest type-writers made, while it is sold for less money than any other nrst class machine, tie will take pleasure in showinir the Calieraph to any one contemplating the purchase of a writiup machine. There are now five or six Caligraphs In the city anu an are giving perfect satlsfiu uon. Bargains In Envelopes. The Leap Job Offiee has some extra good circular envelopes, numbers 6 and o. at cut prices, in lota or z.uuu to 10, (jKI, either printed or plain. There are 75,000 of these envelopes and a bar gain in every one. The Wants of Children. All fretful, crying, nervous children are unwell and only require proner medical treatment to restore them the healthy state, bringing quiet and ease to the child and comfort and joy to the mother's heart. Dr. Winchell' Teething Syrup is the Infallible Remedy and sure cure for all diseases common to children.. It is wholly free from opiates, and is guaranteed. A trial ol one bottle will prove lta great eflicacy. For sale, wholesale and retail, by Lockert s Reynolds, druggists. cl,arsville district. Fourth Bound Quarterly Meetings. Clarksville, June 29. State Line, at State Line. Julv '5th anu ota. Indian Mound, at Indian Mound Jylu 12th and 18th. raimyra, at iarsus, July 19th and 20th. 8aline, at Burr's Chapel. Julv 2Cth ana ziin. Montgomery, at Asburry. Auar. 2d and 3rd. ITeasant View and Malorv's. at Malorv's. A tic-. Hl h anil Kit h. Ashland City, at Clifton's. Auk. 10th anu iitn. Asbury, at Mt. Carmel. Auir. 23rd ano Z4tn. Red River, at Martin's, Auir. 30th and 31st. Kprlngtield, Sept. Cth and 7th. Budlersville and Adam's, at Adam's Sept 13th and 14th. Cedar Hill, at liarren Plains, Sept, 20th and 21st. Antioch, at Sept. 27th and zstn. New Providence and Bethel, at New frovmenee, Oct. 4th and 6th. W. R. Trebles. t housands oi certincates from em inent divines, lawyers, laborers, crate ful women from the old and young- sound the praise of Klnir's Itoyal Uer metuer. It is as pleasant to take as lemonade, and, as was said by the late H. W. Orady, it Is "the ultima thule of medicine." Try it for Ca tarrh, Insomnia, Indigestion, Paral ysis, General Debility, Nervous Dis orders, Liver, Rladder and Kidney diseases. l-iwa Three splendid showcases for sale cheap. Apply to Kincannon. jyia tr. 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I'alns in tin; Chest ami 1'n.st stage of Consumption. - ilLERT S DAYLIGHT LIVER PILLS or Slelt Headache, enre Hlilonsness und Cimsil. pa'.imi. ltuKUlate the Ktoliun'li and i.iver. JUST ARRIVED A HANDSOME LINE Horses, Ca'.tie, s, Sheep & Poultry IT l'KH ..,i; j AND OH KISS All Diseases common t, then. This l'mviler is a never-falling remedy. A t. ial of ono package iu prune ii. UNCLE SAM'S NEE7E and BONE LINIMENT, IS THK BKSr CUHATTVK FOR MAN AND BEAST EVH PRODUCED. It affords the (nil. kest re lef from n:i in :m,l effeets the most permanent c nre of, any remedy now known to man. (let llni-ln Sam's Kiiirlkh Anil Cormfin A Ti ri hook lrom your druggist. The ahove iniini d meritorious Iti-medies. viz.. l r. M'7 riW' Teeth. Ing Sinip, Ellerft Cxtrnet of T tr an,l Wild Cheng, Ciltrt's Oatlght tleer Pill, Um le Sam's Condition fouider and Uncle earn s Linlmei t lire made hy Hie tMMERT PROPRIETARY CO. CHICAGO ILL. For sale, wholesale and retail by Lockort & Roirnolds, chutist. And GENTLEMEN, CALL AND EXAMINE. Is. T. GORMAN, The Tailor, Franklin Street. Irish linen. Crane's lir.eti, white ami tinted linen, laid and wive linen, for the type-writer and general bunim'sn corresi. omlence, at (lie Li:ak-('iii!.t- l.K Job KooniH. Tine naper. iiluin and ruled, always in stock und uh heap uh the fume irruot'H ean he got ten anywhere. JUisiness men who want cood Ntatiotiery will consult their interext hy exainiuini; our Mlock. We carry the bent hramls I i the above KMH and in xupertine ami llax (papers) for eorreHpondeiice ami hills. It Life is Too shut to Vrite the I V I CALIGRAPH Oi - s l ( H in Clarksville Liquor Store, S. BAEE & CO., Proprietors, Deal era in Dr. Beaumont Has taken the office rooms at the reni denoe of Mrs. lr. Mclteynoldfi. 4(fl Franklin stnvt, where he may lrt con milted from this date. Hours, 7:.'l(l to l-:."1 1 a in ; lt to 1 ; a to 4 and 8 to 10 o'clock p. in. julitlt.dlf iniiiriue. Il whs in-eiiieditated. Fniliim to raise money by loan lor rxieiises of the wedding trip i mipiNMiod to have been Lli i cause of hix rash act. I A. T. JoilOS, latO with J. F. Coiltfi, The Illinois Mnte board of aKrirnlturo hiw f'POlie-t a ho for repairing all : is pnteting KiniKt the M-livtion of the , kiihi.h til furniture and inakillg llttir, ! IiiVh front fur tne wiirld'n fair. u-l:;rli h.u ' ott'ttl and Imix siirinii' inuttri-sc at ! FOB RENT--0'ttHJ.'O at Dunbar's already beeu made. The claim is that the ! 11- South First ttrH-t. t)rlew and Cve ; arply to' Mrs. V. H. l'olndox- Uke irout doe not afford upportuuitiei wurk olicitel and satisfaction iriiHr tr. julyllti.dl w I ?riiricu:turalejLliibita. I ant ml. 7-iniHw Gins, Etc. We carry a complete line of Cigars, Tobacco and Smoker " tl!!?! (Ji Co O O Cheapsst FASTEST AND BEST, j First-Class Machine on the Market. Knr eirenlum and other Information ijr al tli I.BAr-t'tiariaifi.t (Nn ! W. O. BRAItfDGItf, Agt. ANNO UNCEMENTS. ICS. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. 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