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KEW YORK STOCK MARKET. OrEXINO AND CLOSlNj. !IIW TOKK, fBW. 21. Deacrlp'u D. L. A W... AtehlHon Ijike Hliore... I'M Opening MUmouii 1.... riuuiliiif Kugar Truot-... tit. i'aul K. W. P. Ter.. Union Fa - W. U. Tl U. II. A 4...., t'nii. Hou u. ua W4 High . est. 1M m m my m m (-Cloalng-s Low To-auy. ei. 70 N. Y. A N. K.. 8SK Doo. Cotton. 85 OT IAHT QUOTATION. 7.M 7.51 7.18 90 81 28 85K 7.49 Chicago Grain and Provision. CHIOAOO, 8KPT. 21. Open, High Low- Clot- Article. IiiR. ohU ext. , lng. Wheat, Deo. TfiW 16 lb 78 Corn, lteo. il W tT Oatit. No. i May 80)4 87 8B 87 Pork, Jnn. UM 11.87 11.77 11.86 Lard, 100 lbs- Jan 8.77 8J 8.76 8.80 B't rlbs.100 lbs Jau fl.15 8.15 6.07 8.15 BBCBIPT8 FOB TO-DAY. Whwit.. 4,'fflcftre Corn w " OnU 247 " lloga 25,000 KUTIMATK8 FOB TO-MORBOW. Wheat 8K8CM Uorn w " Onto 273 UogH 80,000 SOCIETY. Preston Johnson i8 In the city to- Mrs. Dr. Gholson is reported no better to day. CD. Lyle is on the south sido on a business trip. . J, 8. Jobo, of Bcnnottstown, Ky. la in the. city to day. Edgar Orgain will move his family . and household effects to Gollinsvllle to-morrow. 8. E. Wilson, of Frodonla. one of the best Democrats in the county, is here to-day. Tickets for the MacCollln Opera Company are on sale at Elder Bros, hardware store, ' Jno. Adams has returned to the city from a business trip to Allons- ville of two weeks duration. J. T. Moore, a popular cigar drum mer of Evansvllle. Jnd., was doing bubinoss in the city yestorday. Mrs. Jennie Kilgore has returned from her vacation trip and is at her post, with Mrs. llosenfleld, ready to please her numerous friends and cus turners. Very Heavy Loss. Rockaway Beach, the famous sum mer resort on Long Island, was de stroyed by fire Inst night. Almost the entire village whs wiped from the earth, entailing a loss of over one hundred thousand dollars. Mrs. Phil lips, a servant at tho hotel, was also cremated. No New Oases of Cholera, The official bulletin issued last night by tho health officers at Camp Lowe states that no new cases of cholota have developed. The gen eral impression seems to prevail that the officers have the scourge well uu der control, and that a further out broak in New York is not antlclpat ed. COL, JOSIAH FATTEHSON Makes a Polltloal Speeoh to Demoorats at Knoxvllle. Special to the LeaM'hronlole. Knoxville, September 21. Col Joslah Patterson spoke to a very large crowd of enthusiastic Demo crats here to-day. The speaking was hold in Staub's opera house, and drew out a large crowd of people from all sections of the country Among the distinguished men on the stage was tho next Governor of Ten nossoo, Judge Peter Turncy. TUB DEATH BEOORD. Miss Julia Friedman Dies at the denos of B. Oppenhelmer. Rest- There is Bomethiug exceedingly sad in the death of Miss Julia Fried man, which occurred lost night at tho residence of S. Oppenhelmer, on Main street. The deceased was seventeen years of ago and was the daughter of B. Friedman, who was formerly in business hero. She was a very Drigni young lady and was blessed with one of those sweet, cheerful depositions which made every one cheerful who came in con tact with her. It will be remember cd that Mrs. B. Friedman died about a month ago in Arkansas. The death was a groat shock to Miss Friedman, and nervous prostration followed. She was sent here by her father with the hope that tho change of scone would restore her to health. Friends did all they could to bring her back to health, and on Monday she was so much improved that her brother, who had boon with her, loft for his home at Sholbyvillo, believ ing that she would soon be well. She was taken critically ill, however, Monday night and sank gradually until the summons came last night. It has not yet boon decided where theiotormpnt will take place. B. Friedman has boon advised of his daughter's death hy telegram and will arrive here from Arkansas to morrow. The remains have boon embalmed and will bo kept at Mr. Opponhelmer's until the burial ar rangements are announced by the family. KANSAS SCOTT Wants a 'Responsible" Demo crat to Meet Him Friday. He Will be Accommodated by a Map Who Is Able to Wipe the Floor up ' " With Him. t John Allen, so the Leaf-Ciironi cle is informed, has received a letter from Calamity Scott, stating that he Scott, will divide time here Friday with any "responsible Democrat This would be nil right, but then does a responsible Democrat wifh to bandy words with an irresponsible, IUpublI can eramissary from "Bleeding Kan sas?" However this may b; Mr, Scott may rest assured that some one will meet him. There are hundreds of Democrats in this neck of the woods who can demolish all the ar gument Mr. Scott may bring in sup port of the heresies called for by the Third party platform. By the way, the article sent to the Leaf-Chronicle by Col. House the first of the, week comes In just here When Benton McMillin met Scott and pummelled the wind out of blm in a political speech in East Tennes see a few days ago he charged and proved that Scott gave his support to the constitutional provision in Kansas disfranchising all Confederate soldiers. He also showed that Scott had been a Republican up to three years ago, and one of the rankest kind. This Is the manner of a man who now comes to Montgomery county for the purpose of telling Con federate soldiers how they should vote. Yes, somebody will meet him and that somebody will be a man who will wipe the floor up with him WHAT CHANGED HIM t MaJ. T. W. Lewis, the Stewart County Platform and Subsequent Events. The following is a tiue and correct copy of the Stewart county platform unanimously adopted by the Demo cratic mass meeting of Stewart coun ty, May 7, 184)2. Read It 1. We reiterate our often repeated devotion to strict and rigid adherence to the teaching or tho Democratic party and a cheerful obedience to its party as indicated by theState and Na tional conventions : we endorse and adopt their platform, and pledge our selves to use every honorable means to elect the nominees of the State and National Democratic conventions to be held in the year 1892, 2. We are opposed to the teachings and practices of tne Republican party generally as dangerous to our gov ernment, corrupting in its influences and oppressive to the people, and especially are wo opposed to need methods and the force bill. 8. We endorse the sentiment, "Put trrCk tin f rioTYi tCyn fa sin rr 1 1 a t 1 ' 4. Wo oppose as un-Domocratic, unwise and dangorous for the gov ernment to undertake to loan money on the lands of the people and to A f I I . A 1LI.' L II national oanKS, to tsiauusu bu-chh ed sub-treasuries for storing and is suing script for the agricultural products of tho country, or to attempt to assume ownership ot the railroads of the country: and that we favor State and National regulation and control of railroads by penal fines and by mandatory commission, both hav ing proved themselves in other States enectlve remedies tor the many anus cs and unjust discrimination and ek tortlon hy railroad corporations. 5. It Is the sense of this conven tion that no one should take part in less he intonds to abide by the result thereof; that It would be unmanly and dishonorable, and that any man so acting is entitled only to the con tomnt of every honest man. 6. That we favor the free col nag of silver and its interchaneaLiIity witn gold as a circulating medium T. W. Lewis, Chm'u. J. W. Rice, Sec'y., A. Bagwell, O. II. Williams, J. M. Lewis. Committee It will be seen that T.'W. Lewis was the chairman of the committee on resolutions. Read section o oi the platform again and see what Mij T. W. Lewis thought of a man who would take part in a convention and afterwards refuse to Bupport it. It Is In the words of Major Lewis him self. Now tho Major is for John P. Buchanan. He is making speeches against the party all over Stewart county. " What has come over the spirit of his dreams ?" Verily this is a campaign of wonders. We would ask the Major to explain, but we know no man could explain such conduct, so let it pass. Bold at Anotlon. A. R. Gholson sold the personal effects of his decoasod father,' Dr. Jno. A. Gholson, Monday, by auction, at tho old home on on the south side. Good prices were realized. Mr, Gholson will also sell the" farni as soon as a purchaser can be found, Ball at Russellville. A game of ball will be playeft at Russollvlllo to-morrow between the team of that place and Clarksvlllc's crack nine. Quite a number of peo ple will go up from here to witness the game. Of Interest to Sportsmen. Do you want a flno English Better? I have three puppies left, the pick of tho litter, all Wack, white and tan, registered stock, by the famous Roy D.. 82.V5. out of my bitch. Ladv Mp. Four months old, just the age to be gin work this fall. Addresp, J. G. Pickering, Clarksville. Tonn, , fcOpt21 ltwd frlswtf Will 8. Pennington, the well Known Cincinnati drummer, is in I THE KOKEY atTEgflOtf. Discussed at the Coort House by th Pro hibitionists and Others. The discussion at the Prohibition Club meeting last night iwas unusu ally interesting. It was a calm, dis passionate consideration of the finances of the country. Not a word was s;. id about prohibition it was purely a business debate. The attitude of the prohibition party on the money question may be briefly summed up in three proposi tions, viz : National banks ought not to be allowed to is4ue a currency, but the government Itself should make all the papcv as well as all the money. Secondly The volume of .te cur rency ought to be increased accord ing to the plan already and always existing, and when Increased to an adequate per capita amount it should be kept at the same ratio, thereby eliminating one of the uncertainties in values, and preventing a string ency in the money market. Thirdly. Paper money should be made legal tender lor all purposes, both public and .private. This Is a bare outline of the dis cussion engaged U lust night by the following gentlemen : II. C. Merrltt,( W. D. Turnley and W. F. Young." Col. Young is not a member of the club, but these discussions are open to the public. The time of meeting has been changed from Tuesday . night to Thursday night. Thursday night of next week the tariff plank will be discussed, which is that a tariff should not be levied except as a measure of defense against such nations as dis criminate against this one, revenue being only incidental, that the resi due necessary to carry on the gov ernment should be levied on what a man has and not onvwhat he consumes. At the Opera House. Next Friday night the 23, the thea tre goers of Clarksvihe have a rare treat in store for them In the presen-' tallon of the opera, "Srtid Pasha," by the renowned MacCollln Opera Company of forty people and special orchestra. The press of the country speaks in the highest praise of this company and our people should avail themselves of thp opportunity pre sented and give them a crowded house. The sale of seats for this en gagement began this morning and the indications are that a full house will greet them. We append the fol lowing from the Nashville Ameri can : i "The opening attraction at the Vendome was the MacCollln Opera Company in "Falka." Taken alto gether It was an excollont perform ance. Mr, MacCollin, as VonFol back, was inimitable, and his- thor ough knowledge of the management of the stage was cloarldeflned in all details. Miss Fannio Hall was ex ceptionally eood, and her rendition of the Interpolated song, 'A Child Three,' was re-demanded. Miss Caso- dy introduced the Aria from 'Ernani and received a triple encore. The pArt of BbletJas taken by Mr. Xanten was exceptionally well sung and showed a well cultivated voice. Miss Augusta Roche, the contralto, also the heavy villain, as contraltos al ways are, did nobly. Her part was ungrateful, but ably sustained. "The balance of the company did well, and the orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Al Henderson, prov ed equal to all emergencies." Pronounoed Hopeless, Yet Saved. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. Hurd, 6f Groton, 8. D., we quote "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on my lungs, cough set in and filially terminated Into consumption, our doctors gave me up, saying could not live but a snort time. 1 (rave myself up to my Savior, determined If 1 could not stay witn my mends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was adv.Ised to get vr. King's jnw Discovery for Uon sumption, uougns ana uoias. i gave it a inai, tooK in an eight bottles : nas cured me, ana tnanx uoa i am now a well and hearty woman." Trial bottles free at Owen & Moore's Drue store, regular size, ou cents ana i. OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY NIGHT, Delegates Elected. At the meeting of the board of di rt to of tho Young Men's Christian AVwiation, held last night the fol lowing were elected delegates to rep resent Clarksville Association at the Stato Convention, to be held here October C-9 : Dr. a G. Wilson, Prof. G. F. Nicolaeson, B. F. McKeage. F. N. S-nlth, R. S. ,Rudolph, J. M Neblett, T. E. McReynoIds, E. T. Peck, C. B. Lyle, Jesse Ely. The election ot officers for next year was postponed until next Thursday night. The Methodist church was selected as the place in which the convention shall be held. Star course entertain ments and a football team were dis cussed. Jewish New Year. Rosh Hoshona, or , Jewish New Year, 0G53, will commence at 6 o'clock this evoning, and will be ob served by tho Isrealites of this city by keeping their places of business closed Thursday until 0:30 p. m. Sor vices will be held at the residence of . O. Joseph, 735 cast College street. Visiting Israelites Invited to attend, Miss Olivia Neblett is now 'With Mrs. Rosenfield and wants her friends to carl on her. Adolph Lalloz, carriage manufac turer, 110 Carroll street, Buffalo, N. Y.t states: I was troubled with nausea of the stomach, sick headache and general debility. Bui dock Blood Bitters cured me. J? or sale by Tud hope Drug Co. STUDENTS, ATTENTION I College Books, College Stationery, Fine Toilet Articles, Fine Toilet Soaps, Pocket Knives, Shaving outfits Razors, Mugs, Strops, Brushes Musical instru ments - of - all kinds. Owen & Moore BRIGHT GIRLS Know a good thing when they see it. You have worn the STRIBLEY SHOE, So has your mother, Daly, Pearce & Green have them in new shapes. Good Looks. Good looks are more than skin deep depending upon a healthy condition of ail the vital organs. If the liver be inactive you have a Bilious Look, if your stomach be disordered you Lave a Dyspeptic Look, 4f your Kidneys be affected you have a Pinched Look. Secure good health and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters is the great alterative and Tonic acts direct ly on these vital organs. Cures Pim ples, Blotches, Boils and gives a good complexion. Sold at Owen & Moore's Drug Store, 50c per bottle. Be sure and investigate the plans of the Washington Life Insurance Co., NEWfORE, If you want the boat and most reliable Life IUKUrancG to be had.. ED R BEACH, ACT Office over TUDHOPE DRUG CO. DR. H. E. BEACH. DR. JNO. R. BEACH. Df.H, E. Beach & Son, DENTISTS. O FFWB AT RESIDENCE, 422 Franklin Street, July 25, d8m DR. EW. PRICE OFFICE HOURS-0 to 12 and 2 to 6. Practloe limited exclusively to diseases of the EAB, XTOSZ! AND THIIOAT. -OFFICE.over Bradley Boyd's Drug Store. June 29,dwlyr : ' J. T. PARKS, New York Stocks -:- -:--:- -:- -:- And Cotton. Chicago Grain -:- -:--:- -:- and Provisions. Privato wires to New York and Chicago. Room No. 15, Tobacco Exchange Building. Telephone 93. sepl.dtf The Highest Market Price We will pay the highest market price for good illimr : Free from smut and onions. We are also doing a regular EXCHANGE 7 BUSINESS. FLOUR and MEAL exchanged for good Wheat and Corn The Eabbeth & Dunlop Mill Co. July 1, dw,lyr. AND STILL TREY ME. LOAD AFTER LOAD OF New :-: Furniture IS BEING RECEIVED EVERY DAY 1 doss I the city to-day. Full lino bf notions ut received at I Howerton A Macrae's. thkilw&w. HOUSEKEEPERS, Your attention is called to the fact - ; that we are receiving daily NEW AND SEASONABLE GOODS We have just received a largo varioty of TP A WfV f. A VV3 AVomfTi rm a ntrmici RECEPTION WAFERS, JERSEY & BEAT BISCUIT. ALSO NEW OATMEAL OAT AND WHEAT FLAKES, CHEESE, GRITS, HOMINY, ETC. ALWAYS SOMETHING HEW AT YOUNG & BEACH. I'll l I GOAL. jwur wai nouses Deiore com weatner. Strikes may cause a scarcity. We handle the best Anthracite, Mud River I Hecla. We guarantee our COAL to be as good as any on the market. KEESEE 6 NORTHINGTON'S A : NEW : THING- -23ST- LADIES' - sndis. No more creaking or stiff shoes, but "WELT SHOE that is just as flexible as the lightest TURN" - SOLE - SHOE --SJX- HFTR A ff sLL JLLw s&sLLi XL sJUL rim Mil J 0 We havo sold lots of goods, but still have plenty lelt, including a great . varioty of FALL AND WINTER GOODSwhich we will offer at COST AND LESS THAN COST. THIS SALE TO CONTINUE UNTIL EVERY DOLLAR'S WORTH IS SOLD. CALL AND PURCHASE. I - Rosenield &- Sons Millinery Spring1 - at J. G COOPER'S As pretty a ino a was ever shown in Clarksville. Ladies, yon are invited to call and examine the styles in " HAT'S AND BONNETS for the Spring of 1892. My prices are veryreaeonable. liespcctiully, J. G-. COOPERS PRINTING !