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Hi 4,in l?CUW t'ttl VL:K, Iff ,c f -r i,f fififtnf Ilitt'U vrcnt MM'f tiJAh fhf t'lfw Mil, M fliP ,,( ffii'"hl Jff ff'livf fed, which Mf M.nFM lr f fif H flffe, Of'l .fifa (btfH.f'ft hi rtl ifilfi lfl'ln(f 1 lifts 'f'fl fobbed of f,tir .f .M jf-KrfMMnJc-i Inf th- f'hil- ff-f l.y Hi M( Klnl- jr bill. ( him-M Hiri of Ui hiMf fi of IhU lountry n 1iTfvfi Mr. MfKlrilcy for beinK WdOrof of sMi'b Mifivny rob- fjr 7 Mntiy writer ri'l fli'CHkftt In nfiy mv ' frying to neeount for !M flnnnrlfll i-nnl" nwwplriK over tho inmltf fit tlfii" when tho land in Afniilriff with plenty, breaking tfiotfotfi rt'N of olvi'f)t rowerrm whoso jHi r (;r'H"r than thfl liabilities, arid nirl nil trftfH llms c:hh to the MrKlfilry Mil. it Hifi Allltifu'c will HUM to Hh d(v rnnri'U for tariff reform and Iree rolfmtf'M "'iiul rihN for nil, findoji olllofi to pIii-h h-KHliitiori and trut!, It will fii I a rmtunil ally In th I)i'fiiofmtl(! mrty which will form h riirihl mi t Ion that will aweop ulinot 'Vcry Htat In tho Union in 'til. Kepiiblleiitii ant opposed to nil Midi reform and will combine; with Mm money power to fight tho All i ariec, Tatum'a Savlnira. Holomon had hi wUt Haying, ho did Josh liilllrut and Uev. Hum June, hut here come llroth'-r 'IV tum, of thnOhioti Democrat, turning them nil down. Here they are; cut them out and pate them In your hat. 'latum go up hend : Tear urn women 'h cum word, lieauty I often hut paint deep. A rolling Htont! 1 no mo.-wlmck. I lid you ever mtu negro who was nn Infidel ? A rldi man Mc'.dom know who arc hi real friend. Ileware of the man who laugh only w ith hi lip. No Investment pays a bigger per ri nt. than kind word. The mcancHt Hroundrcl cannot have H dihoiiet opinion. "In ii we trust" I th nt imped motto of the Hllver dollar; "In Thee I trut'' I the motto of it owner. What I It In the wayward human heart that makes you feel ho cheer fully resigned over the misfortune of your neighbor '.' ahull the flahbath Law be Respected P If the Obion county adventist is MieciMiful In the court, the Christian Hulibiitn, as a day of rest, will be a thing of the past. If he is permitted to plow on Sunday any other kind of work can be done on that day by any one who ('loose to do it. Indeed, if the I'nited States Supreme court de cides i; in hi favor, all Sunday law will practically be made a dead let ter. In our largi st cities Sunday I now but little olwerved, ami there is a growln-j inditler nee as to the ob servance of the day in the country. In view of tlie faet that so much is Involved in the legal aspects ol the case, it is a little remarkable, that the religious press of the country is not sis'akinjr out on the subject. ..rW.,.a ( .) IITii.7. The Whig is right about this. Ke jrnrdh'ss of any man's religious senti ment the laws of the land make Sunday a Sabbath r rest day, and i ii man chouses smiie other day for hi Sabtnith Unit don't excuse him from respecting the laws of tin- land, and iiihiiv Ctiri-itian men will set Uk I nvsof the land at defiance, to set up hi own creed, and this i what the Ohion county adventist did. The Jew are not permitted to do it and why should an adventist ? Mil'-'a N'TT and Llvir Fills. An Important discovery. They art fill the liver, stmniieli and hovvels through (he nerws. A new rihriple. 'I liy f i ly cure litlnnixoe-ix, Imd tuxte, turpid liver, -iles und coc-lii'ii-li.iit. Splendid for men, women ionl (Idldren. Snial!-t, nnldft, Hinest. Vlilimirnr'J'i eelitx. Sampli s trie Rt Owrii A MiM.r"'. M otle. AH isirti- indt bti d to thei'ruik-; In flank will plense come forward . mid Itle, a the nflairsof the in-titu-tioti will hi' wound upassoun s jiw i ibb The under-igncd can be fouml 1 1 the oluci'of the bank on t ranklin lire. . i:ejetfully, It. II. I'olXI'iXTIR, AvMgnee. dl'M w.tf. Ak yar neighbor about the t'.rniiiir niinlities of the ivlebntcd I n jure cd. They burn it, some of I i. in w,!l have no other. b k A t o vi. I'o, Agent. ).-.t I, -in. Cok. tV.t .;u!ity ritt-tair.li Ci al C'ke on t el, :..S f.r il t tti "lartuvi!e i. iv'li' I e it in your urstf and i. Uit 1 !, ai.d uveal ilmmt nd n n,i. !! ..f!i..;il. ( lt-nrnd til r tli.tn miliiieij .ai run turn, v ff K "T fut I. I .rlleiit fuel for l I urnrr,. luf'l-'lU. ;.tk-ri' Irl.d iler K)t'S, k l Jli l forW. U kl.-pt ':lt-r, Ai , l WiMt A li r's. I.'.l-.d.if. f '.rli'.iii i t't- - i u luf yutir w lve-t, 8nipoi"t Htmhsnd Now. 'larksvllle ahvay ha a good mar kct Saturday morning, hut It waa un- (iuall large last Saturday. There. were- lot of nice game birds, squir rel, ffdibll, 'pmstims, coorj and a filsf aupply of Christrrni turkey. Th'-rn wcrfl many farmer In who do not Attend regularly Among the f i umber wa 'Hrjtiire Jlob I'ayne. f tie old I'rohih. had an eye to busi ness In two directions. There Is a certain clever widow here, who keep boarding house and buys her own marketing, and she 1 a good buyer. The 'Smiire was mighty glud to meet her, bowed and armped n round, plowing up the beaten stone on the street with hi No. la's. The widow wa nil grace and smiles, and prospect looked fair. "Iv'e been knowing you for thirty years, Mra), . " observed the 'Mquire. Why she is not that old," whispered the reporter; "yes," returned the lady, "I nm past 30, 1 am not ashamed of my age." Then she commenced pricing chickens and turkey and the 'Squire commenced trying to sell the whole load wanted to carry It to the house. "No," said the lady, "J am too poor, got all of my money caught in the bank and never wa so hard run." "Oh," said the '.-'quire, "you will get rich again. If I had gotten -you nt first I would have been a rich man." The lady bluslud and smiled pleasantly again. Tins 'Squire then sold her a fifteen- pound gobbler and an eight-pound rooster and some other things all for SO cents and packed them In her basket, and then in a whispering tone asked her if she had entirely given out marrying again. "Oh, ycH.Wquire," she replied, "it is just as much as I can do to support myself these hard times." Thousand Poisoned. In a recent work on Heart Diseases Dr. Franklin Mik-s, the noted special ist, gives many new and startling tacts. Thousands of people are slowly poi soning themselves, weakening their hearts by the use of tea, coffee, tobac co and ulchohol. These are heart whips, causing it to beat rapidly, thus gradually wearing ii out, jmmueuiK shortness of breath when exercising, pains in side and shoulder, hungry and faint spells. Finally heart failure and sudden death. For weakened and irritated hearts the press everywhere highly recommend the xsew fieari Cure discovered by Dr. Franklin Miles, which is for sale at Owen & Moore's. 5 Order adressed turkey ora chicken at Adams & Neblett's for Sunday dinner. Struck Oas. J. P. Y. Whitfield received sn en thusiastie letter from a Pittsburg friend Saturday stating that parties exhibiting the workings of their drilling machinery at the Pittsburg Exposition, on the point in the junction of the rivers, struck a flow of gas that sent up a gushing volume of :i()0 pounds pressure. It seems that after great expense of piping g is a long distance and then the sup ply giving out, it has aecidently been discovered that there is the greatest quantity right in the city. This new ha inflated our esteemed mayor Capt. Tom Smith, to a high degree. and he i now confident there ought to ha plenty of gas in the junction of Cumberland and I ted rivers to supply this whole country, and w ho knows. They All Failed. The following letter from W. A Thomson, of Columbus, Wis., is pe culiarly interesting: "My wife," says he, "has been treated tor her head, stomach and nervous prostration by three doctors in iNew iork, two in Chicago, one In Philadelphia, one in Cincinnati, and at tlie large institute nt. Ilntliilo for (I months. They all failed. Knt one bottle of Dr. Miles' Kestorative Nervine helped her won derlnllv." This should be used in all headaches, backaches, changes of life nervous disturbances, tits, rheuma Hum. etc. Ask at Owen & Moore's drinr store for a free trial bottle and Dr. Miles' new book on the Nervine and Heart. POISONED ThEM ALL. A family if Five lilven Itouuli tin liata by n Servant .lrl. Ci AUKsnfiso. W. Ya..Dec. 22. -The filially of Mr. ( buries A. liond. consist in:: of himself, wife ami five childien, are all evpii ted to die from the effects of rmiL'li on rats, administered by y.nuiir colored i;ii l employed as a domes- tit- in the faciilv. the Kirl lias neen ar reted. ivnU has confessed, saying she timed :i box of poison v. th tne colVe but refuse to iisidgn a reason for the i rim . MunlitlKlller Sentenced. Di in. in. per. '.2. Hie tlare moon lie-liters, who-e rrosecutiin has anniM' wib inieiest tlinwrieut Ireland wtre sentenced yesterday nt Migo. l.alor receivd a sentence of enal servi tu.le fur li.e. ntid the other were Menu-need t i various term of imprison tin id mvihk troni twelve months to twenty years. In in-n-imr sentence the in ! e et n M d rc-ret th it tlie litl tateri of tile outui for trial. e hud not isn n neia luri.-rer' Ke-imme U-1U In Inaanlty Ivt.vN u mi 1-. Pec. 'ES-lilra'n Mitt iu. Ii. years i'f a,'i. was ndjmlgtd in Mi'ie tri'lav. Twelve y nn ;o Min m h kill l Lewis t.i n m a row in - of i l-f icie, HC'l v is tent to the I ru.teiitiaiy. lie I o ei i , r I'o; ter. win t ;.rilrne.l nv ll:s insanity is th rvrlli . f u troubled ii nsiientv. I !. Mttt iful French china dinner sets, ; ten N, tMi s'ts un l chunila-r et i aiiibib'.-' for Niiin-t jrosenN, at Wood Vkr l-,18,l,tr. ' The in liter f.ir the new enj-llie roll' ha.- arrived and luMtxea I'llt . 1 the hoUM. All tvncernitl aro well . tlctto- wllh it. , . . , , . y,.t the wt hartl, cltsm coal that ' ill not al.ick, Cllll On If A (Ami Co. r.'.l'J.d.'.'rM THE WATERS OF MEROM. SUBJECT OF SUNDAY'S SERMON BY REV. T. DE WITT TALMAGE. He Tell of Cltlen That Were Taken by Joshna fndcr Gutl' Guidance When tlie Cliililren of Israel Kntered tlie Holy Land. KitooKI.TS, Dee. 21. Dr.Talmafje preach ed the followiiiK sermon this morning in tho Acnilemy of Music In this city, and utf.iin in the evening at The Chrisliuu Her ald service in New York. Jlis text was Josh, xi, !, "And when, all those kings were met together they came and pitched together nt the waters of Murom to fiuht aauinst Israel." We aro eiu Jnrjied to-ninht in Pulestine by tlio waters of Merom. After a lon march we have found our tents pitched, our tires kindled, and though far away from civilization a variety of food that would not compromise a first class Ameri can hotel, for the most of ourcaravan starts an hour and a hulf eailier iu the morn ing. We detain only two mules, carrying go much of our baggane ns we might acci dentally need and a tent for the noonday luncheon. Tho nialurias around this Lake Merom are so poisonous that at uny other season of the year encampment here is per ilous, but this winter uilit tlio air is tonic and healthful. Iu this neighborhood Joshua fought his last great battle. The nations had banded themselves together to crush this Joshua, but along the banks of these waters .loshua let t. their carcasses. Indeed it is time that we more minutely ex amine this Joshua of whom wo have in these discourses caught only n momentary glimpse, although he crossed and recrossed Palestine, and next to Jesus is tlio most stirring and mighty character whoso foot ever touched tho Holy Land. JOSHUA IIKADV TO TAKK MOSES' PLACE. Moses was dead. A beautiful tradition says tho Lord kissed him, and in that act drew forth the soul of the (lying lawgiver, He hud been buried, only ono Person at the funeral, the same One who kissed him. Put God never takes a man away from any place of usefulness but ho has some one ready. Tlio Lord docs not go looking around umld a great variety of candidates to find some ono especially fitted for the vacant position.- Ho makes a man for that place. Moses has passed off the stage, and Joshna, the hero, puts his foot on tho plat form of hNtorv so solidly that all the ages echo with the tread. He was a magnificent fighter, but ho always fought on tho right side, nud he never fought unless God told him to fight. lie got his military equip ment from God, who gave hi in the promise ut the start, "There shall not any man be able to stand before tlieo all tlio days of thy life." God fulfilled this promise, al though Joshua's first battle was with tho Bpring freshet, and the next with ft stono wall, and the next leading on a regiment of whipped cowards, mid the next battle against darkness, wheeling the sun and the moon into .his battaliou, and the last against the king of terrors, death five great victories. ior tlie most part, wnen tlie general or an army starts out in a conllict ho would like to have a small battle in order that be may jjet bis courage up and rally his troops and get them drilled for greater conlliets; but this first undertaking of Joshua was greater than tlie leveling of Fort Pulaski, or tho thundering down of Gibraltar, or the overthrow of the Bastilo. It was the crossing of the Jordan at the time of t he spring freshet. The snows of Mount Lebanon had just been molting, and they poured down into tho valley, and the whole valley was a raging torrent. Bo the Canuanites stand on ono bunk, und they look across und see Joshua and the Israel ites, and they laugh and say, "Aha! aha! they cannot disturb ns in time until the freshets fall; it is impossible for them to reach us." Hut after a whilo they look across the water and they see a movement in the army of Joshua. They any: "What's the matter now? Why, there must bo a' panic among those troops, and they aro going to fly, or perhaps they are going to try to march across tho river Jordan. Joshua is a lunatic." Lilt Joshua, the chieftain, looks at bis army and cries, "Forward, march I" und they start for the bunk of the Jordan. T1IK I'AKTIXO OF JOIiDAX. One milo ahead go two priests carrying a glittering box four feet long and two feet wide. It is the ark of the covenant. And theycomo down, and no sooner do they just touch tho rim of the water with their feet than by an Almighty fiat Jor dan parts. Tho army of Joshua marches right on without getting their feet wet over tho bottom of tho river, a path of chalk and broken shells and pebbles, until they get to t he other bank. Then they lay hold of tho oleanders and tamarisks and willows uud pull themselves up a bank thirty ftr forty feet high, uud, having gained tho other bank, they clap their shields and thiir -cymbals nnd sing tho praises of the God of Joshua. Hut no sooner have they reached the bank than the waters begin to dasli and roar, and with a terrific rush they break loose from their si range anchorage. Out yonder they have stopped, thirty miles of distance they bulled. On this side tlie waters roll oil toward the salt sea. Hut us tlio land of tho Lord God is taken nv.ay from the thus uplifted waters waters perhaps uplifted half a mile as tlio Almighty hand is taken away those w aters rush down, and some of the unbe lieving Israelites say: "Alas, alas, what a misfortune! Why could not those waters have staid parted? Hecause perhaps wo may want to go back. O Lord, we aro engaged in a risky business. Those Ca nuanites may cat us up. How if we want logo hack? Would it not liavo been a moro complete miracle if tho Lord had parted the waters to let us como through ami kept them parted to let us go back if we are defeated?" My frieuds, God makes no provision for a Christian's retreat. He clears t he pat h all t he way to Canaan. To go Lac k is to die. Tho same gatekeepers that swing bark the amethystine and crystalline gate of the Jordan to let Im-ui-1 puss through now swing shut the utnetliystine and crystalline gate Tills is ko ri.ACE TO STOP. Hut this is no place for the host to stop. Joshua gives the command, "Forward, march!" In the distance there is along grove of trees, and at the end of t he grove ia city. It is a city of arbors, a city with walls seeming to reach to the heaven, to buttress the very sky. It is the great me tropolis that commands the mountain pass. It is Jericho. Tlie city was afterward cap tured by Ponipey, and it was afterward captured ly Herod the Great, aud it was afterward raptured by the Mohammedans; but thus campaign the Lord plans. There hall be no swords, no shields, no battering ram. mere sunn lie only one weapon or war. and that a ram s born. 1 lie born of t tie slain ram vas aomeunies taken, ami ! holea were punetiiriil in U, and then tlie j musician would put the instrument to his iiin ami m i'ii:u ruu nn uinrn ti ttt'le muainu instrutiaU!,i.a t make great al ot' sweet harmony fur the rijilc That was tlie only kind of weajsm. .S-vea priests were to take these rmle rustic mu aieal instruments, and they were to go I around the city every day for six days I omv Bt!fty for ,ix days-ami then on the neventh (!ay they were to ci around blow- J-- th e m"al " " times, and then at the close t f tho scventli ! Mow uikf of the r ims' liorna on tho seventh lav the peno- i: i. n r f the whole scone wis t tw a snout Maiwa iiwk Ktvakwalls , ahouhl tutnlile from capstone to ba.-. ItOt'XB T!!Z tlTY WALL The seven rri'?'s wl'h h- ru Je mnslcal B. H STIEF JEWELRY COMPANY SUCCESSORS TO NASHVILLE, Will continue the business at the old stand entire and with enlarged facilities bave increased the stock of DIAMONDS WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWELRY AID SILVERWARE And now offer the largest assortment In our line to be found In the South, at rock bottom prices. We will agree to pupllcate catalogue receive prompt attention, Fred. L. Smith & Sons, Manufacturers of and Dealers iu D0ORS,BLINDS, SASH, Flooring, Window Frames, etc. Nob. 607, 609 & 611 Franklin St, near University Ave. CLAEKSVILLE. - TENN. Elder's Opera Houso. Tuesday, Dec. 23, n event without a parallel. pea mice of Tlieap- isE mis mmt COMIC OPERA CO., in Herpette'i beautiful comio opera, "THE -: HEREtllT." Tblrty-Rlx people. Their own orchestra. A xplKuuie comimuy. A big chorus of pretty Kh In, l)a?.7,ling marches, Grand bullete. Tlie linubt voioesou the comic opera slaue. PRICES, 60c, 75c. & $1.00. Sale of Heats be-ilns aaturdny nt Da. m, Owen, Moore & Atkinson's Hookstore. at 1891. HARPER'S WEEKLY. 1I.LTJHTHATED. Harper's Weekly has never failed to Justify Its title as a "Journal of Civilization," and It, has (lone so with a constant regard to en larged possibilities of usefulness and a higher standard of artistic and literary excellence. It leaves untouched no Important phaseof the world's progress, and pre'ents a record, equally trustworthy ana interesting, of the notable events, poisons, and achievement of our time. Special Hiipplements will be continued in 1KIH. They will be literary, scieiitlllii, artis tic, historical, critical, topographical, or descriptive, as occusloa may demand, and will continue to iltserve the hearty coin mcndaUon wnlch has been bestowed ou past Issues bv tlie pres and the public. As a family Journal, Harper's Wiekly will, as miietofoie, be edited with a strict regard for t he qualities that make, it a Male and welcome visitor to every lioinu harper's Periodicals. I'er Year; It AIU'EM'H WKICK IiY H A 1 1 1 1 K U 'S M A ( i A 7 A N K HAHPKli'S UAZAK II AUl'EIt'S YOUNU l'KOl'I.l-: Prmlnfle. free to nil ubaeribcrM in the. United Mulct or Canada. The volumes of tlie Weekly begin with the first number fur January of each year. When no time Is mentioned, subscriptions will be K'ln Willi the number current at time of re ceiptor order. Hound volumes of Harper's Weekly, for three vears buck, in neat cloth binding, will be sent bv mull, postage paid, or by express, free of expense (provided the freight does not exceed one dollar per volume), for 87 Uu Iter vol nine. Cloth case for each volume, suitable for binding, will be sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of Si (XI each. Hi inlttanees should be made by post-offlce monev order or draft, to avoid ebanceof loss. A'c;r are not to ep thin tutrert i.iemrnt wit land the exjirenn order of ll.kltl'KK 4 liuoTH KK. Address, HAKPKlt & HKOTIIEH, New York. Warehouse for Rent! ON SATURDAY, DEC. 27, 1890, at 11 o'clock a. in., on premises, I will rent the warehouse property of It. II. Walker 4 Co., known as the Planters W rehouse, for one vear from January 1, Mil. This renting wlil'iiot Interfere with sule of said property bv me ns assignee at any time. Will bo rented subject to privileges ot winding up all uiillnisbed business of H. II. Walker & Co. bv me us assignee. 'TKU.MS--Made known on day of renting. Kl). P. TUItNLEY, Assignee. dee"0,dlw&swlt The Cause ol Poor Health Is often found in the neglect of one's own self. A light cold or slight head ncho in treated ns not requiring much attention; the nssunit'tion bo'inf tlmt ihej will soon jmss oil, end it is only whon h euse of full-fledged sickness de velops ilself that the consequences of that neglect aro fully realized. As a preventive and positive cure forConghs, 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 Eilcrt's Daylight Liver Pills. Both are guaranteed. For sale, wholesale and retail, by Lockert & Reynolds, drucgisLi. Irish linen, Crane's linen, white and tinted linen, laid and wove linen, for the type-writer and general litisinesfl correspondence, at the Leaf-Ciik.ni-ci.k Job Koonis. Fine papers, pliiin aud ruled, always in stock aud as cheap as the same grades can be got ten anywhere. Business men who ,-,, cimhI atHllmierv will consult fhir i interest liv examinina our stock. 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Uncle Sam's Condition Powder and Uncle Sam's Liniment are mailo by the EMMERT PROPRIETARY CO. CHICAGO ILL For sale, wholesale and retail by Lnckert & Iteenolda, druggist. In all its mciiiiiTini no 12 DAA! COMMERCIAL -g- FIRST-CLASS STOCK used and attention given to detail that Insures ATTftACWE AND SATISFACTORY WORK. WEDDING, And a well Lithographing - of ESTIMATES Printers and Clarrs-ville, : for Infants and Children. "CMtorl la ao well adapted to children ihsX I recommend It a tuperiorto any prescription known to me." II. A. Aacaxa, M. t.. Ill Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. "The use of 'Caatorla' la no universal and ita merit o well known that It aeems a work of supererogation to endorse It few are the Intelligent famlllea who do not keep Canton within easy reach." New York City. Late Paiter Bloomingdale Unformed Church. Turn CasTADB augl9.1yr-d,w-f Ladies, tie BnautM OF INTEREST TO ALL WOMEN. ST mo. A. 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