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15 CENTS PER WEEK. BRANDON BARK8DALE, PROP'S. Gladstone's Unreasonable Position. The Age-IIeirld remarks: "We are unable to understand why Mr. Gladstone and the English Liberals should f. el called on to abandon the cause of Home Rule, on account of the conduct of Mr. Pnrnell." That i-i Just the question that puzzles us. How van the in moral conduct of Mr. Parnell affect the character of Mr. Gladstone or the principles of home rule. Mr. Parnell may destroy his own influence and usefulness, but . If home rule was right before he did this, it is still right, and Mr. Glad stone's retirement because of Par nell's conduct will not change the merits ol the question. On the oth er hand, will not Mr. Gladstone and the English Liberals lose more by abandoning a righteous cause for the stain on one man than they would by continuing the fight, even should the unsanctifled proclaim for the same thing? It is written in the Scriptures that "John answered and said, Master, we saw one casting out devils in thy name ami we forbade him because he followeth not with ua. And Je sus said unto him, forbid him not, for he that is not against us is for us." It occurs that Mr. Gladstone, what ever may be the fault of Mr. Par nell, has made a great mistake, and thrown away the crown of his glory. We utterly fail to understand that he himself was called upon to cast the first stone, Hnd he Will hardly be able to perform the Sampson act without being caught in the ruins. The Farmers in Council. The National Alliance met in Ocala, Fla., Tuesday, about 1,200 present. President Polk delivered a very stirring address, which was enthusiastically applauded. In outlining the future policy of the Alliance President Polk said that it will demand the restoration of silver to all the rights and qualities of legal tender which gold possesses ; equalization of taxes; the issuance of government currency direct to the people ; prohibition of alien owner ship of land ; ownership and control of transportation lines by the govern ment; limiting of public revenues to the economic administration of the government; graduated taxation of incomes and the election of United State Senators by a direct vote of the people. The president urged that addition al organizers be sent at once to Oregon, Washington, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Arizona and other Stales. He deprecated section alism and closed with an eloquent appeal for national harmony. At the conclusion of President Polk's address the Alliance resolved .itself into a sort of "love feast," during which C. A, Power, an old Union soldier, from Indiana, moved that all ex soldier In the hall, who endorsed the sentiments expressed in the speech ol President Polk, with reference to burial of sectional ism, rise up to be counted. The mo tion pievailed, and between forty and fifty stood up amid the wildest enthusiasm. Under the inspiration of this good feeling an ex-Union soldier from Wisconsin, stood up in his seat and called upon all Union soldiers pres ent to give three cheers for the old Confederacy in the Alliance. The cheers were given with a will. Then it was the Confederate turn, and they cheered the old soldiers of the Union with a volume and heartiness that raised no doubt as to the genuine ness of their feeling. The cheers ended with a wild, old-fashioned "Rebel yell," and as its echoes died away an aged veteran of the Confed eracy shouted in a voice that rang through the hall, "That's the true article. I have heard it before." The convention then adjourned until 8 o'clock. Expressions of dissatisfaction are heard with reference to the conduct of Dr. Macune in going to Atlanta during the recent senatorial contest there and taking part in the tight. Some members severely criticise his espousal of Calhoun's cause because Calhoun is a railroad attorney and a representative of what they term the money power. This matter will come up for investigation, and is likely to prove a bombshell in the deliberations of the National Alli ance. There is also some dissatisfac tion with the policy pursued by j)r. Macune in his official capacity as chairman ot the National Executive Board and as editor of the National .Economist. The World's Fair. The excitement caused by this great vent Is scarcely equaled by that pro duced by the great discovery of Dr. Miles-the ltestorative Nervine. It speedily cures nervous prostration, change of life, pain, dullness anil con fusion In bead, tits, sleeplessness, the blues, neuralgia, palpitation, monthly j pains, etc. V. V. Snow & Co., of i l-iyraeuse, N. Y. ; Tallott and Moss, of (ireensburg, Ind , and A. W. Black burn, of Wooster, O., say that "The Nervine sella better than anything we ever noM, snd gives universal saiisfse- lion. i-T. pines' new liiuiruie.i , trunilcann nerves '! heart ul t trlul bottle free at Owen & Moore's ! (jetting; and Saving Money. Some men have the snny getting, others the money saving faculty, very tew have both. Those endowed with the former in Its plenitmli), and who exercise it to the ut most, often becomo rich while indulging In all the expensive luxuries which sump tuous tfistes can suggest, but the colossal figures. of finance, the giants of the "bank not world," by whose side tho half million and million follows are merely respectable dwarfs, are generally rigid economists ir. their personal expenditures, and some peo ple are discourteous enough to call then "screws." Upon the whole it is much easier 'M make money than to save it, and ulthouh we would not advise any one to be miserly, it is certainly the part of wisdom aud pru-' douce to set aside a considerable portion of a large income as a, provision for the fut ure, and so to Invest this reserve fund us to place it, if possible, beyond the reach of all the ordinary contingencies of business. It is a pleasant thing during one of those financial cyclones which every now and then make shipwreck of innumerable fortunes to feel that one has an anchor to windward that will not drag. Therefore while you are making money save it, and ns you save it put it where no monetary convulsion can bring your "nobles to nine pence." New York Ledger. A Skim Milk Whitewash. It is found that a most effective compo sition for lireproodng exterior surfaces may be formed by slaking . sufficient quantity of freshly burned iiuickliine of the best grade, and wherj the si' t og U complete there is added suen an amount of skim milk, or water in it .! ;e, hs will mako a liquid of the consistent ' create To every en gallons of this liquid are iM ed, separately and in powder, stipring V)U stantly, the following ingredients in t!;8 order named: Two pounds of alum, twenty-four ounces gubcarbonate of potassium or commercial potash, and one pound of common salt. If white paint is desired no further addi tion is made to the liquid, though the whiteness is found to beiinprovcd by a few ounces of plaster of Paris. Lampblack has the effect of giving a number of shades, from slate color to black. Whatever tint is used it is incorporated nt this stage, and tho whole, after being strained through a sieve, is run through a paint mill. When ready to apply the paint is heated nearly to tho boiling point'of water, and is put on In its hot condition. It is found that the addition of a quantity of fine white sand to this composition renders it a valuable cov ering for roof and crumbling brick walls, which it serves to protect. New York Journal. A Hornet Carries Oft a Spider. "You may talk about the cunning of the fox, but you f.hould have seen how a wasp turned the tallies on a spider," said a man tho other evening when they were telling hunting stories. '"One day a fellow sports man and I were returning from a success ful tramp for 'grays' on the Ticonderoga flats, up in Itmex county. We were rest ing on tho top rail of an old fence wnen our attention was attracted by a buzzing sound near by, which we soon found to come from one of those big black hornets that hunters generally steer clear of. The old fellow lay in a spider's web, buzzing away. We saw at a second glance, however, that ho was not entangled iu the meshes at all. lie would keep quiet a mo ment and then buzz again, He continued to act tn this maimer for about a minute, and we were unable to account for his strange conduct. Pretty soon, up from its den among the rails, came a good sized spider, which bravely grappled with the huge intruder. It then Ijerumo clear that the action of the hornet had been only a wily ruse to at tract tho spider, for ho at once stung the plucky little defender to death, and flew away with it to his big nest in a thicket of 1)1 uo beeches on a neighboring hill. New York Tribune. May Thank her Stars. The narrow escape of Mrs. B. M. Searles, of Elkhart, Ind., from a per mature death is wonderful. 8he states that "for twenty years my heart troubled me greatly- I became worse. Had smothering spells, short breath, fluttering ; could not sleep on my left side, had much pain in breast, shoulder and stomach. Ankles swelled. Had tnu di headache and dizziness. Treatment did me no good, until I tried Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and Restorative Nervine. The first bottle helped me, and I was vir tually cured. For sale at Owen & Moore's drugstore. A fine book on the heart and nerve free. 4 CLARKSVILLE DISTRICT. Birst Bound Quarterly Meetings, Clarksville, Out. 19 New Providence and Bethel, at uetnei, i)ct. -ttn. Htate Lino, at Whites Chapel, Nov. 1st and 2nd. 1'nlmyra, at Palmyra, Nov. 8th and 9th. (Saline, at Bumpass Mill, (Friday,) Noy. 14. Indian Mound, at Stampers Chap el, Nov. 15th and Kith. Montgomery, at Woodlawn, (Mon day), Nov. 17th. Pleasant View at Malory's, (Friday), Nov. 121st. Ashland City, at Ashland City, Nov. 22nd aud 2,'id. Asbury, at Bethlehem, Nov. 29th and SOth. Springfield, (Friday night), Dec. 6th. Bed Itiver, at Wartraee, Dec. 6th and 7th. Sadlersvllle and Adam's, at Salem, Dec. 13th and 14th. Cedar Hill, at Cedar Hill, Deo. 20th and 21st. Autioch, at Salem, Dec. 27 tb'and 28th. The District Stewards will meet in the lecture room of the Methodist church in Clarksville at 10:30 a. in., on Thursb.iy, Oct. 23. Let these brethren try to reach the city on Wednesday, 2nd so as to attend the Wednesday niglit prayer meeting. W. R. Fkkblks. To Merchants. The publishers of the Leaf CitnoNit r.K desire to keep their ad vertising columns as fresh as possi ble, and to this end they afford its patrons unusual latitude in frequent changes. They find it very incon venient to make these changes late in the day, however, and have been forced to establish a rule requiring copy for changes to be handed In be fore 0:30 a. in. of the day on which tho change is desired; otherwise it may go over until the day following. d,tf Mile's Nerve and Liver Fills. An important discovery. They act on the liver, etomnch and bowels! through the nerves. A new principle. They speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles and constipa tion. Splendid for men, women aud children. Smallest, mildest, surest. HO doses for 25 cents. Samples free kt Owen & Moore's. "" a Three uplend id sli.iw tuxes forsaUH cht-an. Apply to Kincanr.on.. WORLD'S FAIR TALK. Interview With the Director General of the Ksposition. Chicago, Dec. 4. Gen. Goshorn, who was director general of the centennial exposition, is in the city and will confr with Director General Davis. In an in terview Gen. Goshorn said: "I am glad to see that they 'have got the exclusive management down to the right basis. They could not have carried on the lair with so largo a body as wai at tint pro posed. We had this to learn and it took a long time to learn it. " Gen. Goshorn thought the work on the Chicago fair was not as far along relatively aa it was at this time at the centennial. "We had our plans ready in 1873, three years before the expo sition was opened, " said he. "Jan. 1, ItjiO, we had all onr buildings ready, swept out and decorated. We were favored by a mild winter, and the work was not stopped during tha usual cold season. That is something that has got to be considered here. If the winters are severe work cannot go on. " The general expresfe I his conhdenca in the success of the Chicago exposition. He anticipated no trouble now that the ex ecutive management huU been per fected. Another Victim to Christian Science.' Marshall, Mo., Dec. 4. Isaac Ham ilton, aged r7, a prominent farmer of this vicinity, died Monday of typhoid fever. His wife and daughter, it is al leged, believe in the doctrir.G of "Chris tian science, r and for three weeks before his death fhe patient had no medicine or inf.?,l treatment. About a week afr.er he iw taken sick physicians were sn.S:n'"-"Nl, but after they made a few calls Mr,. Hamilton instructed them not to come any more, her husband finally consenting to try the efficacy of " Christian science. " The coroner re turned a verdict to the effect that the deceased came to his death through crim inal neglect of those that had him ' in charge after medical treatment had been abandoned. Oeneral Belknap's Widow in Need. Des Moines. Dec. 4. It is understood that the accounts of the late Gen. W. W. B-lknap aiv in bad shape, and that his widow is in need of ready money. NEWS IN BRIEF. A Condensation of Interesting Item oa Various Subjects. Julia Marlowe is much better. Thirty below zero at Montreal. Erie canal is closed to navigation. A whale is swimming around in Chesa peake bay. The Nutional hoard of trade will meet at New Orleans on the 8th. Banker Lockwood left behind him an estate of $!0J,0JJ at Milan, O. , Ohio board of equalization confirmed the Republican caucus nominees. Collinwood, a village near Cleveland, O. had a 13J,XK fire in the business portion. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus W. Field celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Tues day. The czar has issued an edict forbidding the employment of Austrian workmen iu Krssia. Springfield, O., has the new Daily Leader for the exercise of its cranial gray matter. Orland Smith has been elected president of the Pittsburg, Cleveland and Toledo railroad. Capt. Andrew T. Baugh,a horse and cat tle thief, was hanged on the Texas frontier by cowboys. Kdtvnrd Dnlrymple finds the child kid naped from him by his divorced wife in ludianapolis. , Mrs. President Harrison attended a meeting of the Indianapolis .orphan asy lum board Tuesday. Congressman Isaac M. Jordan, of Cin cinnati, v as killed by falling down an ele vator shaft. He was 45. The Bank of Commerce, West Superior, Wis., has assigned, but it is announced will pay dollar for dollar. There is great scarcity of hogs in Mani toba, so tha- the quarantine against that auiiual has been abolished. Col. L. W. Emery's residence at Pa ducah, Ky., was burglarized and set ou tire. The family barely escaped. Mrs. Johnson 8tevat found rest from her domestic difliculties under the waves of the Ohio river at Steubenville. The 2 year-old child of C. R. Adams, ljongview, Ky., was burned to death by her clothes igniting from an open grate. Jacob Koruthal, Cleveland, O., being despondent on account of illness, put a bullet through one of his lungs and died. Miss Elizabeth Hollenbeck, a widow of Los Angeles, Cal., has given $750,0(10 to found a home for poor womeu and chil dren. Cornell university, Ithaca, N. Y., gets $'Jt0,l0 by will of D. B. Eayenveather, u millionaire le.illier merchant of New York. Masher Morris, of Bowcrstown, O., wed ded one charmer whi e courting another, and now the latter is courting him per judge and jury. W. W. Astor has begun in New York the erection of the most stupendous hotel structure on the globe. It will be nine teen stories high aud will cost i,000,000. Ilev. Miss Mila Tupper, Unitarian preacher at latHrte, Ind., tied the true lov er's knot that bound 1 VV. Meissner and Alice Clemens, together lor better or worse. Joseph.N. Aster, cashier cf the Allerton Packing compauy, was held up in the company's oflicc in Chicago Tuesday and robbed of a,'M). AU trace of the thieves is lost. Yincennes, Tnd., chief of police stuck In the mud while chasing a river pirate, and made a helpless target for the bullets of the tough, but came off unharmed, and caged his bird. H. R. Dennerle after being forgiven for alleged embezzlement from tho Columbus Publishing company, has disappeared, and this time the firm say he has skipped with other valuables. Mrs. Margaret Wheelan, of Cleveland, O., while on her way home was set upon by a gang of toughs who attempted to criminally assault l.er, and because she resisted, beat and kicked her into insensi bility. The senate committee on foreign rela tions hnveheen instructed to inquire into the advisability of establishing a trans Pacific submarine cable telegraph from tho Pacific Coa-it to the Hawaiiau islands, thence via Samoa and New Zealand to Australia. The Pittsburg Trades Journal, appro pos of an annual Anarchist meeting in that city, says: "The best way to treat the Anarchist is to let them blow off their in dignation, and if they stumble on an oc casional bit of truth it wou't hurt the country to hear it." Owing to the rildnc of the weather I will sell men's ami boy's clothing, overcoatsand gent's furnish ing goods at cost. B. Friedman. n2fi,dtf When Baby was sick, we gars her Castoria. wk-- J-sas a Child, she cried for Cnrtorla. When she b-csstne Miss, ho dune to Castoria. Wten alia bad Children, she gae liiera Castors FLANNEL - UNDERWEAR REDUCED -:- PRICES ,A.T SIR ATTON'S. Ladies, k Beautiful. OF INTEREST TO ALL WOMEN. ' Mine. A. Mar Nit In Itlench In positively uperlorto all others; in the latest and beet ever Mtered for sale; not a cosmetic; does not show ton the face; is a perfect ek.n tonlo; guaranteed to remove the worBt cases of Freckles, Liver Spots, Tan, Pimples, etc. (If used with my soap according to directions), or money refunded, 1 1 per bottle; I bottles, f 2.75. Pure and harmless to the skin. Mne. Mar's Ilnlr Itlench is perfectly harmless to the hair or person using It. Can ht taken In the mouth, It Is so pure. One bottle sufficient to golden a dark Suit of hair, Price, J! per bottle. Superflaon ITalrn removed In a few min utes without pain or Injury to the most dellcatt kin. Anyone can use It. 1 per bottle. Hairy moles removed. All hinds of Bears 01 Birthmarks removed or red need; and Dlemlslies of jveryklnd upon the face treated with some success, Fine hair preparations, fine soups and superb 'ace powder, Jf. B. The discoverer and manufacturer ol khe Skin Bleach has been known to us for many fears. She Is a lady of the liitrhest respectability, sad her statements aw entirely trustworthy. A. A." Wll.MTS, Tastor 'Warren Memorlul Pres. Church, B. J.. POWKI.T,, W. H. BARTHOLOMEW. Trlncipal Female Hlch School. Address, MADAME A. MAR, 407 Fourth Avenue. Louisville, Ky. Rend stamp for cireulnrs. Orders prompt! Ailed, Mention this paper. DR. C. G. WILSON, (University of Michigan.) Special Attention Given to Cr:f.:;:l Surgery. T. A. THOMAS NO. 119 Franklin St. Clarksville, : : Tenn. PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURA TE LY DISPENSED. TOWNS A. THOMAS, Gen'. Manager. sep9-d-2t,sw,tf The Cause ot Poor Health la often found in the neglect of one's own eelf. A light cold or slight head ache is treated ns not requiring mich 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 for Conglis, Colds, Hoarseness, Spitting of blood, Asthma, Tains in the Chest and first stages of consumption, use Eilert's Ex tract of Tar and - Wild Cherry, and for sick Headache, Torpid Liver, Dys pepsia, Nervousness and all Bilious Complaints, use Eilert's Daylight Liver Pills. Both are guaranteed. For sale, wholesale and retail, by Lockert & Reynolds, druggists. Irish linen, Crane's linen, white and tinted linen, laid and wove linen, for the type-writer and general business correst'ontience, at tne Jjkaf-uiikm CLE Job Kooiiis. Fine papers, plain and ruled, always in slock and as cheap as the same grades can be got ten anywhere. Business men who want good stationery will consult their interest by examining our stock. W e carry the best brands In the above goods and in superfine and flax papers) for correspondence and bills. "Buck's Brilliant" Base Burner at Wood & Viser's. 1 l,15,d,tf Ladies and misses cloaks for cost at B. Friedman. n2(i,dtf The Wants ot Children. All fretful, crying, nervous children are unwell and only require proper medical treatment to restore them to the healthy state, bringing quiet and ease to the child and com fort and joy to tho mother's heart, Dr. Winchell'g Teething Syrup is tho Infullible Remedy and sure cure for all diseases common to children. It is wholly free from opiates, and is cunranteed. A trial of one bottle will prove its great efficacy. ' For sale, wholesale and retail, by IiOckert & Reynold?, druggists. Snpetapleft find pve cIhssph for evprv body who needs them, in nii ftvles of frames with best of p!:isse fitted in professional style with the very latest improved instruments by Al bert T. lthoner, graduate optician, at Jihoncr' Jewelry "tore, 135 Franklin street, ( larksvi'Sle, Tnn. Charges DRUG COMPANY FOR CHILDREN. REGULATES THE BOWELS & CURES Colic Tains, Nervousness, Summer Complaint, More Tin oat, Soro Mouth, Acidity of the Stomach Convulsions. Dianhcea. Cholera Infantum, and all diseases ol Infancy and early childhood. It is not narcotic j is purely vegetable and harmless- ElCERT'S extract of TAR & WILD CHERRY. l?or CoiiL'hs. Colds. Hoarseness. Hoittinir of Mood liionehitis, Asthma, influenza, Pleurisy, inflam mation oi tne jAiiifis, rains iu ine (juesi aim nisi stages of. Consumption, EILERT'S-DAYLIGHT LIVER PILLS lor Sick Headache, cure Biliousness ami Consti pation, liegulate the Ktomach and Liver. Horses, Cattle, Hgs, Sheep & Poultry IT FREVEN13 AND CUKES AH Diseases common to them. This Powder is a never-tailing remedy. A trial of one package will prove it. UNCLE SAM'S NESVB and BONE LINIMENT, IS THE bkst eirnvrrvK FOH MAN AND BEAST EVER PRODUCED. It Bftords the quickest relief from pahi and effects tho most permanent cure of any remedy now known to man. (let Uncle Sam's KiiRlish and German ABC hook from your druggist. The Hhove named meritorious Remedies, viz.. Dr. Wlr.chell'a Teeth ing Surup, llert's Extract of Tar and Wild Cherry, Elltrt a Dayllqht liver Pillt, Uncle Sam's Condition Powder and Unclt Sam' Liniment are made by I lie EMM CRT PROPRIETARY CO. CHICAGO ILL. For sale, wholesale and retail by Lockort & Roenolds.'druggist. iliMiliii COMMERCIAL 4- FIRST-CLASS STOCK used and attention given to detail that Insures ATTRAGttVE AND SATISFACTORY WORK, WEDDING, And a well assorted stock of stationery always on hand. Lithographing1 - of ".all - T'T'lKr A AN BOM v & v BMMMEBMMy Printers and iff? AVVA i IT fl 1 Di A I V3 for Infants CMtor la is so well adapted to children iiit 1 recommend itas superior to any prescription known to me." EL A. Arches, M. D., Ill So. Oxford SL, Brooklyn, N.T. "The use of 'Castoria' is so unlTernal and iU merits go well known that it aeema a work of gupereroeation to endorse it Few arethe intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." Cahlos Martyr, v. v.. New York City. Late Faster Bloomingdole Boformod Church. Tb CeOTjitia niiKl9.1yr-d,w-i Franklin Street, BUYS AND SELLS EXCHANGE New York, Memphin, Now Orleans, 'Jinchmatl, - Louie villo, Nashville, Saint Louis, and All Acwssib'e Foicta PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO COLLECTION? It. H. POINDKXTKIt. Caiditor. Non-Resident Notice. State of Tennessee Montgomery County. Pickering & Wilkerson vs. Diehl Fireworks Co. . It hppearlnpt lrom affidavit filed In this ease, that defendants. Dtelil Fireworks Co., are non-residents of Teiinrwsee and that an attachment wax issued bv :K. A. Caldwell, J. P., on',the Hd of Nov. 1S90, ajminst, the property of said defendant, and a delit of nineteen dollars due,tlicin from E.H. Kly bavins; been levied on, and said attachment returned be fore me by C. W. Ktaton, sheriff, on Nov. iilh, IKtto, showing said levy, it Is therefore ordered that publication be made in the Toiiacco IjKAF-Chkonioi.k, a newspaper published In t lie town of Clarksville, notifyiiiB the said Diehl Fireworks Company to put in their appearance at my office on December 22, 1890, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken as confessed as to them and proceeded with ex parte. H. A. CALDWELL, J. P. November 24, lH90.4w,d In all its forms, NEATLY and QUICKLY For the Lowest Living Prices. -HEADQUARTERS FOR- BALL and PICNIC WORK, FiFiy't For all classes Attention ADDRESS, Publishers Nk i i t . ..- W . "Xswes- .. W.' j-' -- -3 and Children. t'aatorla cores Colic, Constipation, Sour stomach, luartbfea. Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dJ- retion. Without injurious medication. w For several years I have recommended your ' Castoria, ' and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beueUcial results." Edwin F. Fardki, M. D., ' Tha Wiuthrop," lx'5th Street aud "th Ave., New York City. Company, 77 Miihbay Strest, Nicw Yolw. Glarsuille, Tenn. r s.y ontce : Corner 3d stg . Cy Rooms with Dr. Cabaniss CLARKSVILLE FomalGHAcadsmy, A School for the hlcher culture of young wo men and girls. -:- KINDERGARTEN DEPARTMENT. -:- Handsome new tmlldltiK finely equlppep" Healthy location. Bupeiior advantages. Terms reasonable, , , Hoard 8iK per month. Fall Term opens Heptember 2, 1889, Kend for Catalogue, MKB. K.a. BUFOND Principal. DONE at the WORK of work promptly to Mail Ordors. ETXn HAM Z. ga Tonne s s e e.