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A, THK FI33INQ03NQKE3SMAN. "s; V- 1 Jos Washington Breaks the Fishing In Arl:na. Record j I I mm a n a s m fl T i f I ill 1 NT 'PER 15 TDK. hi Your V ! issued a ca d telling th in any cIrcuiu-;' candidacy un'ii tiou. '.Then Ir- at. . Hi Vtt'crsoi, has g'!"r.t! to nfi'eu v ill not under :G- trH a Mi): a'; r t It Inau-'Lir.i-i"i malt' rs. Uncle Jere llus inidehi--, k'st report a- C.iiu.-o--io'o r of Agricul ture, and tries io sh w in the r(Mirt thai it was the proper thing to make him a Caine "ft'eer. If it wa tbf' proper thing to make him a Cabinet officer it will ho much morn proper to make noma Rood D'tnocr.it an officer Id tun Cabinet, vice Uncle Jere kick ed out. A Democrat -knows more about pluropueuioouia-iij-eattle.Umn hq does anyway. There are booqp good men in Mont gomery county who wandered from the Democratic fold in the latec.m paigo who should come buck while theyhrtve an opportunity. They were misled by scheming dema gogues and Bre hardly responsible for the step. The Democratic party It the only party Tor the people and it is uaeles-t for a man to go away from it, because, he can't, get things exactly ids own way. Stick to the party and everything will work out riant alter awhile. The Democratic party is oppostd ' to all excess taxa tion, the very thing our firmer com plain of po much. Thin is the only chance the . Democrat have hud since the-, war to show the people what kind of tariff ltw.s they favor and the farmers may look for some wholesome legislation along this line by the next Congren. The McKin ley bill will l repealed. A few peopl' will remember, if they rub up their history bumps, that 3oti. Stevenson, shortly before the clone of Mr. Cleveland's tidminis- tratlon, wis nominated for a place on the Supreme bench, and that a Republican Senale lefused to confirm tbo nomination. If that Imdy had confirmed the nomination Illinois might not liave been in the Demo cruti' column thi.-i year, for the Rueecheri of Mr. Hteverwon had much to do with the r. sult in that Stab Ho will, a it now stands, preside over the body thai refu-ed to put him on the, Sujirenio bencn. Surely the Lord had a hau l in c sling the vote iu that (Senate. He moves in a mysterious wt.y lib wonders to per form. It wilt certainly do Mr. Stevenson good to call some of the Republican McnatoM to order who voted against his confirmation, and it will do the Democrat of the na tion good to see him wield the gavel. Lot her drop, General. Had the announcim-nt ma " a few days ago by Mm. Samuel .1. Randall been made at any time when the whole country was not ex cited over the election, it would have croated more comment. The an nouncement was that the gnat man had left barely enough money to rmv his funeral expctifccs. This shows stronger than anything else could show that Mr. Hmdall gave all of his lime and energy to the service of his country. For many years lie was a recognized political leader and ft statesman with few supcriois. Dur- Intr his eventful career in Congress ho surely could have found opportu nities to have enriched himself by nlavlni? the schemer and dema- I 11 cogue, but he was in an atmosphere above this. Instead of looking out for himself he served his constitu ency and thereby erected a mono merit to himself in the hearts ot American people that will live Joint after the modest slab that marks hi grave has crumbled into dust. Col. Win. R. More, the po"t laureate of Memohi-t, a force hill Re nnbliean. intimates that, he will cast his fortunes and Ih po-t ry v illi the Democratic parly, whereupon the Memphis Commercial is moved to remark : "Williun must not desert the old fl'i'. He must not luiti the ton! con- Hplrstors who ace niotting tic ruin o this Republic, lie must not pveaidj and comfort to those red-handed vil lians and brutal ruffians known as Southern Democrats. L-1 William be a hero and a martyr as w.ll as a poet, and die with the Grand Lar ceny Old Tarty. Let him liuyr the force bill to Ids breast and sink wilh it bcneith the turbid wavesof politi cal death. Ho mu.m't try to get into the Democratic party. We call upon aliKO"1! Democrat:; to bar the door aud nail down the windows and turn the bu'ldog loo e in the yard. Stand back, William K. Moore, stand Ime1. ! -.You ci oss i he leadline at your peril ! No trespassing ' K.-; "if the gr.v-s.'' ' The IjRM" ' ' ' 1 ; ' ' is in favor of letting him iii "Hiioii: He .. must quit.w riling 1 1,1 ' ' A reporter run up on Cant. Gracey on the ttrefts this morning aiid; aked him ahout his hunt and fish- I ing expedition in Arkansas, tie re-1 yj plifd that thoy had a good trip and ! that Joe Washington could be,.t any f f 1 hern bringing in fl"h. He did not Vm.w how begot hold of them, tut he did know that he always brought them in with him at night. He would invariably come in v.'th twice as many as any other man in the crowd and would report th d he caught every one of them 'th,a tmokand line. Capt. Graccy, hov - ever, is a little lanatical unor.t o - lieving all a flshertnan snys about catching fish, and he is revolving in his mind several schemes Joe Wcsh inton could have worutd to get the fish. It became noised abroad down in the Arkansas swamps that the- Con gressman from the Hermitage dis trict was in the country and the na tives came from every direction to get him to endorse them for office, under the incoming administration. It seems that the whole State of Ar kansas is out for office. They want everything in sight and are claiming it. It is whispered on the dead sly th.it fish might have been used as a corruption fund on Mr. Washington, by the office seekers of the great St. Francis river baeiti, aud if much pie falls to that section Joe Washington's companions on that trip will alwxs look on him with some suspicion. Any way he will be known hereafter as the fishing congressman, and Capt. Gracey is ready to back;him ag dnst the world, especially when it comes to fishing in Arkansas. j a .j . . A act AN EVIDENCE that wo arc m earnest sympatby with at least one of the Governor of our beloved Tennessee, we will, with profound grat itude for much that has occurred dur ing the year, and especially the very recent past, Close our place of Business PROMPTLY AT 12 O'CLOCK, Kcirr I- empire . - ' )'zh it ; x J. t 1SK .Z itf-"' on- Do you wish to know the quickest way to cure a cold? We will tell you. To cure a cold quiculy, it must be treated before the cold has become settled in the system. The first sym toms are a dry, loud cough and sneezing. The couh is soon lollow ed h watery expectoration, and the sneezing by a profuse watiry dis charge from the nose. In wvi re cases there is a thin white coating on the tongue. What to do: It is only necessary to take Chamberlain's Cough remedy in double doses evi ry hnui. That will t -really lessen the -everity of the cold and in many eases will effectually count' r .ct it, ami cure what won d have been a se vere eold within one r two (lavs' .time. Try it and be convinced, fit) cent bottles for by Owen : Moore, druggists. A lilUbt inputs. 94. &0 itta Thursday, Mov. that our employees may enjoy at least a portion of this day. The orders for E33 i Good Look. i 'nnd looks are more than V " " - skill deep j ,M.iinir nnon a Iicuimiv commion of all the vital orns. I f the liver he Inactive vou haven I'di-ms Look, if . voareloniaoh be dlrd.Ti..l ve.i liave ,1 Dyspeptic Look, if your K. h..;v. lo Ulte.:ted you hav-B a 1 mehe l l.. curepoi health and von v.h have .K" x i...,-tivo mid Tonic a"i dir.-ci- The Fast Mail Company arrived in the city tin's morning to till their en gagement at the opera-house to night. This is a goo ! company and should have a good hoine; Ap ex change speaking o the company and the play in veneral says : The play is famous throughout the country for the completeness ami magnitude of its mechanical eifects. rim production is under the personal supervision of its author Lincoln J. Carter. Special scenery is carried for the. ten complete sols, used in the play. In the second act a steamboat is shown with the boiler rooms and tin ir intricate machinery and trie flowing furnaces. The boat is blown up by a tremendous explosion, and the wreck is seen going down in mid river. The irreat rallvvav set lie IS another ofthe unprecedented achieve ments of their performance in th" direction of realism. freight train of fourteen cars is run across the stage with an illuminated caboose and ...practical locomotive. The tire man and engineer are seen at their respective stations, looks like reality itself. A mail train comes speeding ty and catches the mail pouch just as every one has seen it do many a time. In th" last act Niagara Falls are shown in all their natural beauty. A cataract of real water is put on the stupe, and it boils and foams in the most n dural way. The soft moon light adds to the effect, and Hie sceue needs only the addition of the sus pension bridge to complete the effect of reality." Anierioan Cholera. , Duly Reveille, Wh'ateom, Wash.: "T. C." Burnett, the Democratic can didate tor Shtritt, was taken violent ly ill at Clesrhrook. lie liada'l the svtmitoniH of Asiatic choleri, and for ah hour or two it was feared he would die. They finally save him a dose of Chamlierlaiirs Cholcr i and Diar rhoea Remedy, which n-vivd him until a pi. vsie'ian ai rived." That is precisely what the manufacturers of Hint medicine recommend for eliol ea. Send lor a physician, but xjve their medicine mail the physician arrives. If cholera Incomes prevalent in this cwinitiy next summer, tins preparation will bo jo yreat demand luraiise it can always he depended upon. lr sale by Owen V Moore, druggists. To the I'ubiio. I t ike thi- nu m:-. o.' informing my frieii.is that 1 have severed my con nection wilh J.J. Ci ii-in. .n and have connected myself wdh th" tirm of Adams A Nehlet. I respectfully ask a continuation of your trade in my new quarters. I pledge my hc-d efforts to serve you and will supply you with the est coods at the low est prieos. Very tr.il.v, .M. V". Hl.AlK. X".h;,dMv,sPd PLUM PUDDINGS, Grapes, - Oranges, - Apples, AND ALL THE Choice Edibks and Drinlisblss with which our stock abounds, will please be presented before or on the early forenoon of that day. Is There Economy iaTuying Cheap (? Coal? xriis s-zzrrss: wot. Has been sold on this market for morn than twelve years, und has piven general satis faction. It burnn freely, makes a bright, cheerful iit e, and is unquestionably the best keeping coal to be had. Nothing contributes more to one's comfort and domestic hap- E iu ess than pood fuel. The best is the cheapest. Tho EP.1PIRE is the best. Try it and e convinced. Empire Coal can be had onlv from tho GEO'KSk CLABKSVILLR ICE & COAL CO. HOXTSE, OPERA -: -ONE NIGHT ONLY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22 -Ijinooln .J. Carter's Grand Hcotilo Production, TIE FAST MIL 10 Sets of Special Scenery, Flight of the Fast Mail, Niagara Falls by Moonlight with Boiling Mist, Practical Working Engine and 14 Freight Carw with Illumi nated Caboose, Th Dago Dive, Realistic River Sceno and. Steam boat Exnlosion. a:ui One Hun- ' dred Othr Startling EiFectn. J 7oc. Soui.s now on sale at, ITie, .".3o ,"0o. Elilrr Bios. Wo areroceivinfa: and can supply in any quantity ANTHRACITE, alt izes,- PITT&UUUUII. ST. IliilRN ARD DIAMOND.' MUOBIVPR. ' G-HKEN RIVER, and tho famous PA Alw MOUNTAIN JELLICO COAL. Also keep full supplies of Ha Bran, C?o2ra-j.-&ts Telephone Coal Office or harf Boat. F.-P. GRACEY & B To Chicago in From Nw-liville i route, i in cKiinoi i. splicers from ah ;n Xoutheat n ;ii k c!'i-i Union Depot ut Fouitn-n Hou:- vii th Evausvifle 1 v J . J. Cl u JS j liPiifcii. Pas .' You'll and corin.-'Cti'iu in i-i!li m ith HD elegant vestihuleid tin':it viu this route through to Ohicat'n v 'tlw-ut vl '.n;;. J ieve Nashville 7:'""i o. in., hitivh hi breakfast served in from 7:00 n. m. ! ' sleeidii;-; car rtwerv-di tables, etc., nildrm H. A. (' Gcn'l Pi-..-(- Soii!ii't;i l'-i- t n. t'hutiu iioosii), ':, iw ou i new tiles. vital orKiuiw. en Hutches. HotUano give- Kld at Oweu & I'iie-i'(id Monro There is 11''hhu' like I t. Thnia' I'.li i iii.' Oil (o inii I I,-1 use a col I or r-!U-v- li!:r-ttes.-i. Wri'ien hy .fr M .1. l-'.'Mo.VM. I .k. H. .lo--( i I , t'o.. i-.-Ji. ik'old If Tudlioee lrn. (',). I-'i.it Sai.I-: rei-'eice, IIS Fr.mUin -foci. 1 ! i)"t frivntc y will he wKl at imoU -n IK'C. -N, Isx '. r. i.-i.AM i:i.I. u;l,d:n(,nAtliura till d. 11 1 t s-uki sc., An o- yjiist ditdi ;, car Si) a. Fi;r , iijii i time -ii'n:-:!,!., r Ajrei'', - ii i , 1 nd, i i, FP i8v Manufacturers of and Ihalern iu m.-m .t--i fan m fir fiH 4 h . i ASHi i v. I I l"r - v. i'KN 1ST TTT Nil I 1 kV. M. :sua ' pik kfJ S- to buy, now is your time, as our reduced prices are now in cember 1, 1892. Call and price for yourself. force till JDe- oode and Clothing 'House. Acoidental Shooting:. Jim. Morrow, formerly of thin coun y, a t rotherof K. C. and E. II. Morai , whs wounded at Adairville Si'ntday l-y thenceld'-ntal diseh.u-j;e of ti i.it'l. The hall (druek Mr. Morrow in the fleshy part of the tldtrh, ranged downward and lodged Th9 Protraotcl Sorvioa at ChurcU. the Baptist Although revlvnl meeting? were In pro.irem it two other churches, a lull h'u-ie pnvied Kv. Prod Hale, at tlo IJiptist church hHHt night. Mr. i lal. is pe.sonally a .stringer to in t or our citizens, although well Known to 'B'' CiaBS Wawtj a f iiov, Too. t't in the knoe. The wound, tie tigJtl.; uiany very painful, is not reg irded as dn-1 gerous. Mr. Morrow has many friends in Montgomery county who will regret to hear of the accident, md will ho;ie that !,e wit! fx n re cover from the ellci s of the same. How to Cu e a Cold. Kimi.lv lake Otto's Cure. We -know of its astonishing will stop ft cough h ... n i.; 'oil V. If yon have Asthma. P.roncliitis, t'oiisi'icinli'in or any disc,ic of the lh mat and lungs, u few dos. s of this great guaranteed leun-dy will surprise yon. if vnn wih to trv. call at our store. Kranklin strret, mid ve will be i.leiised to furni.di you a bottle free of j cor. and tlnit will prove our assertion. ! l'tKlhope Drug Co. cures and mat it quicker than any by reputation as a successful ev'rtU lOiiit. lie is a young man 01 marked individuality , o! scholarly at taiiijuee.is, and a zealous mi-iis'.or of the trospel. i I i s-'r.non yesierday and I .st night were both lucid expo sitions of H'Tipiural truths, pre-entcd in a i culiarly f nceful way. Service will continue at Pdscburch throughout the week, Mr. Hale preieiii.i-r at 1! a m. mil 7 p. r.i. A"t on a nen j.ril.i-iple reguiahig ;ht liver, itoiiiaci and bowels through the nerves. A oca- discovery. Dr. Miles' 1'iiis spte!'!y cure biliousness, I bad taste, torpid livur. pnes, toi siipa- tit:i. I tieiiiii1 led lor nieii, "men, (hihiren. Kaialiest, n.iUb'st, mre.-t. So doses, 25 eta. Samples free ut Ow en A Moore V, tf T'ne following nvcrasr s ef Mi-s da s, St; veil! !i trade, Luiy C-.i'Hiiii!.n Clarke '.ill 2 7, Lila J j Hitter 87 2-7, Josie 1 Maggie Slatlery id, i Prank Cnleu.an 81 1 ; !)7, Joe M inning 9:5 87, Dick Pi rkins 8:, !91 1-7, l'is Vii lavirage, Ul 2-7. Buoi-.im.'r. .'.n The lieft t-.il ve in 1 1 ! brui ulcers. ; ! sores, t. en; 1 . bluins, corns, u:i-: -. I and p.t.-;tiv;i; . ; j reipiircd !: i- : " I ei-feet .1; e-: . i funded. I'' ' ' I sale by Owen Mi. or i the principal ;c! elfoid'i "11" U ow II Sciiool : i !): :'-7, I 'earl ;.u i. n 97, Lottie Soitford t)o 1-7, ),fi Koi'.e 9,i, Frank Graccy ! 'lace Perkins . in Ii Pei kins 8!) 1 7. Cla'-u Ilsndsomost stock of cloths in the city at llowerton & Macrae's. n3,d2w. The Uirket Dull. Pcepie are co'rt!aMn;r of a se ucl ty of t'ounf.v pr ilnr-" on the market now, especially 'f tie on market nexpi'igs. thic''. except fi--f.d iu Jatve. oild i .earn, ciei.-, ,ln ei c ('.. ! -a to Ii i,i -e; r 1X. r calf ft vi r cie.J- !l,ilj: ' )'"'! y 1V- cuii.l there, nn' people ar.: noiiii eve r tin y m:.y t:rr r-.v'j -a e n it ma ay ' who n i.V ca mar I, market bouse, Heireely at.y t, can be if and th" c. unt'.v to bi ing in what vv, und tiey cai r It. Tie re "re lc in Ci rl'svil'e sipiiro yr their ANDREW JACKSON DAY. It Will Be Cnlebratnd by a Grand Ball At the Nloholaon. e., Crnl . - p, t,h c x.d et .. ... d. o , - c in m wa t-. ir pri i'hcc, ii i : I i' y ear. Mr. A Y Ri evens, proprietor of the Nicholson House, ssys ths Han n r, has tender d the use of his wag n li-ent hotel to the Ladies flerml tage A-BfV'i it I n for the Andrew Jack son ii II, which uld lake place Janu sry 12(h. The bait will he In the tiatUP'ol thone which look plcet the Ponce do lieon, in Florida, last ye'.r. Pintinguished Rue-ts will be invited fr mi all H a p. Mr. Stem propo-es to l.iiv ihe nail an annual afl'iir heie.lt' r. !'"" Tho V.'. C. T V. 1 .vS3 We ;lc woni.-i, and weak ihiUlren cm take iir. Meode'ihall's Ague t ure for ChiiN rt' .l Fever ami scarcely Kii.nv it is medkii'". No (irt ! No 1'iiW No Taste. Sold by Owen it Moore. i Tho V,'o-i ' u's ancr! Union o( 1 ' ' ! : at the iioioe .:! M . i i street. We ie ' -y : t CI!pKil fr-m Cn.ada "Presbyte- ; women oi Clsr'.. il'e rint ," under siunatureof C. P.lnekett i tlrged to i-.in t ds i'o ti Iv..'... 1 t.- n,iril if . .... loinmr-uu, in'". ,,!,. il. mi 1-1 W . 'b.iftling for (Jo.l r. j native land. v. ii s cured oi joU-rceurring I nious In ndacnen ny Hurdock .d I'.iturs. tSold by Wll' . mi, ... , -! p. n . iir. ii' -! ,f juu.O'.d u who ii ... r- i i.ic. i : , Hi Tie:: ! and b'- ! ee hone and; v. r -x -i e: ' i A IJ a La The on!- . .i.e Cream of Tar-ar Powder. No Auiiponia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard in complexion ! Tudhope Drug Uo. I J)ru( Store, Mo per bottle.