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PdVJDER A.GOOJ)CLUB. Organized at Ringgold Last Night With Many Membera. W. P. Hambsagh la Elected President and U tbe Bight Km In the Bight Place. WILL THEY FUSE? The Republicans and Third Partyites Out For a Deal. Adolph Lalloz, carriage manufac turer, UO Carroll street, Buffalo, . LY., states: I was troubled with nausea oi tne stomacn, sick neaoaene and general debility. Buidock Blood Hitters cureti me. or saie dv j. uu hope Drug Co. The Convention this Morning' Fall to Do the Work for Which , It Waa Called. Absolutely Pure a ereara at tartar baking powder. Highest of all In leavening treugtn.-Zatt Unite (JovemniaU ood Report. ROA MAKING POWDKROO, m Wail Htreet.New Yora . mmi Totac'co-Leaf-takl.. 15 CENTS PER WEEK. C.nUrllle & Nashville H.B.T1 me XaWa. Trains leave OlarkivUleaa follows South Bonne. No. 101 Fast Mall...... No. 103 Kan t Kxpresa North Bound No. 103 Fait Express.......... No. 101 Fait Mall..-.. -.9:46 p,m 7:ffl p.m .:10 a.m BLXTOM ACCOMMODATION. 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Low- To-day. 1544 m4 est. ink The Democrats of the Third dis trict are aroused and they propose to see that the vote of that district goes for good government in November, A very enthusiastic meeting was held at Ringgold last night and a fine club was organized. MoP8r. Ed Beach and Dancy Fort, woikin? members of the Young Men's Demo cratic Club of this city, went out last night and aided in the organization. There was no regular speech made. The meeting, however, partook of a freo-for.all discussion of the political situation. Everybody talked and it turned out to be a regular oldfashlon- ed love feast. A good club, as stated above, was organized, and it will do much good work in the district. When a call was made for mem tiers too Democratic club the following names were handed In : W. P. Ilambaugh, Ed. R. Dabney, J. II. Wilson, W. D. Elliott, T. E. Manson, J. E. Manson.E. P.Maneon, Tarrant Darnell, B. A. Wilson, P. O. Anderson, B. L. Johnson, Thos. Wil liams. M. D. Dennes, Dr. E. R. Dab ney, W. W. Leigh, C. D. Mills, Geo. Royster, Br., Geo. Boyster, Jr., Mercer Harris, Dr. II. T, Drane. The election of officers resulted as follows: President, W. P. nam baugh; vice-present, E. R. Dabney, Jr.; secretary, J. II. Williams. The selection of a good executive committee for the district completed the organization, and those who are acquainted with the men who are mentioned above know that they are among the best citizens oi tne county and mean business when they go into anything of this kind. They are in the work to stay and will never cease in their eflorts until the vote is cast in November. The Third district is all right. It is In safe hands. The club will meet at Huffman's store every second and fourth Sat'irday in tho month. SOCIETY. 1IW 7S 38 115 Dec 7.G9 LAST QUOTATION. Cotton... 7.119 7.80 7.03 NEW YOHK HANK STATEMENT. Itflnorvea, lncrerwe I 171,fiK) ()0 Ijonrm, iw-oretiHe 8,tl6.'l,xj0 IK) Mmu-li, ilmti'HHHH 2.W1H.WK) 0(1 Legal toudor, docrcaHe HHH.IOO UO , IXhmwIU decrease 11,814,1110 (10 Circulation, increase - 41,000 00 Chicago Grain mid Provisions. CHICAGO, SEPT. 21. Iliwn. Hiith- Low- CIor. ArtlnlnM Illff. OHt. est. Inc. Corn, Deo. 4(ii 4(i W 41 Oats, No. 2 Pork. Jaii. 11.92 12.12 11. 'IB 1208 I .nril If I lia Jan 6.85 8 02 .5 .00 Hl villa 1IMI ll.fi Jan 0.22 U 30 0.22 0.27 RKORIFTS FOH TO-DAY. Wheat 'i.cn Corn (lata 301 Hogs 10,000 KHT1MATKS FOIl TO-MORROW. Wheat ooo cars Com ut 410 Horn 30,000 Not Enough Aots. J. W. Rice, of Dover, is in the city to-day. C. D. Bell, of Bell. Ky., is in the city to-day. Arthur Oneal. of Dolsonvillo, is here to-day. F. W. Darby, of Princeton, is at tho Arlington. Mrs. W. E. Beach and children re turned from Minneapolis last night A. L. Hayes, manager of tho Bauer Coooerairo Co . at Erin, attcuded the opera last night. Mrs, W. J. Ely and daughter, Miss Edith, left this morning on a visit to frionds at St. Louis. . Gus. B. Hartor, representing L, Lowenthal Sons & Co., wholesale clotheirs. Evansvillo. Ind.. is in the city to-day.( BOBBED THE TILL. A Young Thief Makes Way With $20 At Guthrie, Recorder Bailey witnessed the opera from tho bald-head row last night. A reporter overheard him rr remark that tho only fault ho found with tho performance waa that there woro not enough acts. The Registration Books. People are registering with a rush, and boforo night 500 names will have been nut down on tho books. The registrars, in order to give everybody a chance to register, will hold the books open until 9 o'clock to-night. Democrats, register. The Opera. The audience that witnessed the production of "Said Pasha," by the MacCollln Opera Co., at Elder's Opera House last night was one of the boat of the season. The performance gave satisfaction. Tho company is above the average A prominent feature was the singing of Miss Mabel Caswody. Her dream song elicited much applause. The gallery and the bald head row took special interest in tho chorus contingent. A STRANGE CASE. Special to the Loaf-Chronicle. Guthrie, Ky., Sept. 24. About $25 was stolen from tho cash drawer of Ticket Agent King here yester day. Tho thief is a boy thirteen or fourteen years old ; name unknown Tho theft was committed while the agent's back was turned. Last night the boy was captured near Springfield and taken to Nash ville and Jailed. His porson was searched and a pistol and $17.00 of tho stolen money woro found on him For Bent. Tho residence of Mrs. M. J. Flin for voar 1893. with about GO acres ground attached, all sot in grass For particulars appiy 10 w. J. iMy Bopt 1 0 uimo. THE POLITICAL FIELD. Samuel Allen, a prominent Dem ocrat from Decaturvlllo, is in tho city to-dny, and mado a call at tho Dem ocratic headquarters. He says that they have no trouble with third par ties in Decatur county, and that Buchanan and Weaver will not get many votes there. He is a strong supporter of Mr. Enloe, and is an all round Democrat. V T. Y. Dickson is here to-day and says that No. 16 is coming around all right. He says that the people are stampeding to the straight ticket. A Young Man At Cared for by Hopkinsville. A Hopkinsville special to this mornings American says: "An un known young man was taken of! the north-bound Louisville & Nashville passenger train this morning, who was in a terrible condition, having 'some kind of spasms every few min utos. He came from either Spring- fold or Nashville, and train officials said that he had been having these spells or spasms ever since ho got on the train, lie was men taken care of here and sent on to-night to Dos Moines, la., where he says his pa rents live. His case is a very remark abloont." M. L. Blair. Alderman, 6th Ward Strangers Scranton, Pa., stated Nov. 9, '83 : He had used Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil for sprains, burns, cuts, brul am rheumatism. Cured every time. Sold by Tudliopo Drug Company. Primaries In Davidson. Special to the Leaf-Chronicle. Nashville, Sept. 24. Tho Dem ocratic executive committee of David son countv to day issued a call for primaries on the 4th of October elect dele gates to a convention to bo held the day following for the purpoee of nominating a legislative ticket. Seventeen pictures, SeptS dA-t-wtf. Lo8T Pair gold framed eye glass- chain attached, between the tpis copal and Baptist churches, hunuay. es A job lot of Republicans met at the court house this morning, ostensibly for the purpose of nominating a can didate for the Legislature. It soon became evident that something was up of more importance than that of nominating a candidate. The whole gang was afraid of newspapermen, and dodged them as long as possible. However, when they saw that re porters were on to their racket they decided to go into a secret caucus. They did this, and guarded the doors with as much care as do the Third partyites. One set was in the grand ury room, while the other was m tne room set asiae last year iur mc World's Fair collection. There was a row going on, and committees kept the track hot between the two rooms in an effort to bring about peaco. An understanding wn-' finally reached and the two caucuses then went Into one. - The trouble comes about in this way : JacK juaKer, cnairman oi tne Slate Republican committee, was in tho city yesterday and advised them not to nominate a candidate to day ; to await developments. He told one faction that Winstead would run the race to the finish ; to another one he talked very diflerently. He said to this faction that there would be no candidate nominated in this county for the legislature : that they would support the Third party nominees Ho further Btated that Winstead would not run the race out, and that Buchanan's name would be put on all Republican tickets. As slateri above, he gave this kind of talk to one faction and to the other he talked ust the opposite. This condition of things was what caused the trouble this morning. While the pro ceedings of the caucus was prl vate, enough was learned to state with certainty that no ticket will be put in the legislative flnld for tho present at least. It is proposed now to call a Joint meeting of the committees of Montgomery, Robertson and Houston counties and let them decide what shall be done. There were several leading Repub licans here from Nashville, and they were accompanied by II. L. W. Cheatham, of .Hobertson county. Napier, the colored politician of Nashvillo, addressed the caucus for about an hour, not a word of which was heard by the outsiders. This secrecy icaus to tno uonei inai me Republicans and Third partyites will fuso in this county, and that they will not be long about it. STUDENT ATTENTION I Big Excitement in To wn Over the remark akie cures by the grandest specific of the age, Aunt Fan ny's Health restorer, wnicn acts as a natural laxative, stimulates the diges tive organs, regulates . the liver and kidneys ana is nature s great neiuer and health renewer. If vou have Kidney, Liver or lilooci disorder do not delay, but call at Tud- hope Drug Co.'s drug store ror a iree trial package. Large siae 50o 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 DLI.W.PRI0 OFFICE HOURS 9 to 12 and 2 to 5. Practice limited exclusively to dlsoases of the EAR, 1TOSE AND TIIKOAT. OOAL. WOFFICE'ovcr Bradley Boyd's Drug Store. June 29,dwlyr TABLERSg BUCKEYE oifiram CURES K0TH1HG BUT PILES. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IS years as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. I by EIClUltllSOK-TAlLOBMKn. CO., ST. LOUS. Fill your coal houses before cold weather. 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 5 NORTHINGTON'S NEW 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. Bo sure and Investigate the plans of the on life Insurance. Co., NEW YORK, If you want the best and moat reliable Life Insurance to be had. . ED R BEACH, ACT Office over TTJDIIOPE DRUG CO. DR. H. E. BEACH. DR. JNO. R. BEACH, fir U C Donnk 9. Vnn Uh III Li UGQUI WUUII) DENTISTS. OFFICE AT RESIDENCE, 422 Franklin Street. July 25, d3ru LADIES' THING- iHOEB. No more creaking or stiff shoos, but w that is just as flexible as tho lightost TURN - SOLE - SHOE ra r srp erp rp I rvn J TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN THE WONDER OP THE AGE. NO CHLOROFORM, NO ETHER, NO GAS, NO BAD EFFEOT. O-dun-tundcr will positively de stroy all senso of pain and cause no after trouble, it u appuou airecuy to the gums and can be used on nny one, even those suffering with heart disease or lung trouble This prepa ration Is endorsed by an tne leading dentists and treated to the satisfac tion of thousands of patients. Am a ,;iaduate of Baltimore College of Dental Surgery and legally qualified to practice dentistry in Tennessee by State Board of Dental Examinors. We positively have the safest and best painless method of extracting teeth. Dentists and physicians are cordially invited to call and examine our rnodo of extracting. Wo will be at the Frankliu Houso for a fhort tiaieonly, and all persons having teeth to extract are requested to call at the Franklin House parlors. Ex. animation and consultation freo. Remember, this method of extract ing has never before been introduced to tho public. Office rights sold to dentists and physicians. Dr. J. Wise, Dr. J. J. Merritt. Sept. 24, d4t The Highest Market Price Wo will pay the highest market prico for good py Mining Wltoat Freo from smut and onions. Wo aro also doing a regular EXCHANGE 7 BUSINESS. FLOUR and MEAL exchanged for good Wheat and Corn. The Rabbeth & Dunlop Mill Co. CHUROH NOTICES. Rev. Collins Denny returned last night from a stay at Dawson Springs, and will preach at the Methodist church to-morrow morning and night. Dr. Price, of the University, will preach at tho rrcsbyterian church to morrow mot ning. The public is in vited. Rev. R. E. Iee Craig will preach at tho Episcopal church at 11 o'clock to-morrow. A feature of the service will be excellent music. All people are invited to attend the services. Dr. Webb, of the University, will occupy the pulpit of tho Baptist church to-morrow morning. Elder A. M. Growden will preach as follows to-morrow : At 11 a. m. a sermon to women; subject, "A Modern Heroine." At 7:30 p. m., the second of the evening series, 'Coral Islands," addressed especially to the young people. Young Peo ple's mooting at 6:15. Just Reoelved The finest and largest stock of piece good over brought to this market. Gentlemen wishing first class work will do well to call on me. All work guaranteed. Respectfully, A. B. Pitgh, sept2 dtf Merchant Tailor. fiOO mills, 00 cents, 8 picayunrs, 35cts. Tent. . Return to N. V. Gerhart A S0119' and bo rewarded 82-2,31 5 dimes or four bits buy a bottle of Dr. MendenhaU's Ague l ure inn cnui ! and fever killer. No tst Bold by jOwen A Moore. July 1, dw.lyr. n AND STILL THEY GOME LOAD AFTER LOAD OF New :-: Furniture IS BEING RECEIVED EVERY DAY GOSSETT'S ! HOUSEKEEFEHS, Your attention is called to the fact that we are receiving daily MEW AND SEASONABLE GOODS Wo have just received a large variety of FANCY CAKES, RECEPTION WAFERS, OYSTER CRACKERS, JERSEY & BEAT BISCUIT. ALSO NEW OATMEAL, OAT AND WHEAT FLAKES, CHEESE, GRITS, HOMINY, ETC. ALWAYS SOMETHING HEW AT YOUNG & BEACH. We havo sold lots of goods, but still havo plenty loft, including a great variety of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, which wo will offer at COST AND LESS THAN COST. THIS SALE TO CONTINUE UNTIL EVERY DOLLAR'S WORTH IS SOLD. CALL AND PURCHASE. Bosenfelu Li- Hons Spring - Millinery. at J. G COOPEEB As pretty a ino a was ever shown in Clarksville. Ladips, yoa arc invited to call and examino the styles in HATS AND BONNETS for the Spring of 1892. My prices aro veryreasonable. Respectfully, . GJ-. COOPER PRINTING !