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15 CENT PER WEEK,
W. W. BARKSDALK. PROPRIETOR. "Gentlemen of the poor-house," is the way Ex-Guv. Tayloi addressed the Georgia Loi-iulure the other day. The indication! mi! Unit the rain makers have over done tin thin; out in Texas. People nre n w complain' ing of too much rain. Hon. C. J. Moody, of Shelby villo, is announced ai a candi-'ata for the district attorneyship. lie is an able, good man, but, this plum is coming to Ciarksvllle. The Btate Democratic Executive Committee is against allowing I'opu lito members of the Legislature to attend the Democratic cuueus and it is right. A I'opulito hun no more business in a Democratic caucus than a Democretic has in a secret meeting . of the Alliance. We would like to see any Democratic member of either houso of the next general assembly get a seat In one of the Alliance star chamber proceedings. They could not gf,t there by long odds. "Demo crats admitted only," should be the sign hung over the cnucus chamber door. Just as well admit Republi cans as Populites. Mr. Cleveland and Tammany. It appears beyond a possible doubt that some .of the Tamuiany braves approached Mr, Cleveland before the election aud tried to extort pledges from him. That they were foiled in their attempt is also a i'.ict beyond perad venture. The New York Her ald s;iys that when Messrs. Murphy aud Hhelian approached Mr. Cleve land aud demanded that lie make them such promises as they thought to their interest they met with this flat refusal : "I will appeal from tlib machine to the people. This v ry night I will issue a declaration to the electors of the Ht.Ue, telling them the proposi tion you have made me, ami the reason why I am riot able to accept It. J will ask the o to choose be tween us. Buch is my confidence in the people that before the week ends 1 believe your machine will be in revolution against you. J can not make I he promise you ask." After being confronted with this cmplmtic language, they are reported as having withdrawn their riqtnst for pledges and went home that night bent on -supporting the tieiut. Kpeakingof this incident afterward Mr. Cleveland paid : "1 could not sell myself out lo the organization. I should have lost tiie coulidence of the independent Dem ocrats in the Htnle. i would have been unworthy to be llio candidate ol the party, or to lie Piesidr-nl. Dot J never did dream of giving pledges." The Supreme iietiuh Vacancy. the Judge Seay seems lo hive the bulge on all competitors for the vn oiney on the Supreme bench. The Ciarksvillc b.ir was (lie first to sign his position. When Ibis was done, however, other towns all over the m lib Me division of the Stale took' up the win U, aud to day he has almost the salid support of this sec! ion of Tennessee. His candidacy scenw to have been suggested by his friends in every Instance, which is a com pliment of which nny man should feel proud. There is tint a mini liv ing whocan not aspire to oilier1, but there are the very fewest who have such ,t hold on the puMic that when n vacancy occurs which calls for the services of a roan far above the aver age, his friends will take hold and urge him for the place. The Galla tin Teiincssenn, Judge Seay's home paper, pays him the following com pliment : "Judge Seay is a man from the crown ol his head to I he soles of his feel. lie is a gentleman, a scholar and a lawyer, and his even temper, neule perception and splendid nt tuinmeuts make him peculiarly rind eminently lilted f. r the Supreme bench. Th" several 1 ,;vs in bis judicial district have come to his in do;si lie r.t as file man, urging that lie would most completely sustain liiniMi If as a member of the highest com t in Tcnn s -ee. The Gallatin bar, and in li.et the i utile ennui u llity, are greatly plcit-ed ovtr the prospect (it the Judge's being the successor to Judge Tnrney on the bench." Do you wbh to know the qnicU l way to cure a cold? We will tell you. To cuit' a col t piic ly, it unit lie treated hefere the eol.l has Income settled in the system. The lbs! syiii toms me a dry, loud cough and SlieezitO.. Thecal'.;!) Umihii (olh'W 'd h watery xpeeti'i.;tion, and the pneezinir hv a profuse wati ry !;s charge from t! Ill i v.-: it. t.' do : e Ch I Uillll i r rea! I v In sevi re coat ing i :.) It is.e.v :ol.er;ai;,'- loses every les-cn the cases there is a t !i the tongue. Win necessary to t ' Cough remedy i.s limn. That will severity of the e Id esses will tl'e. tii illy and cure what w oifd vero cold will'in . time. Try it a 'a I be ceut bottles foe - i Moore, druggist - The secret art of b cosmetics, but is on': and in many cuntcr .ct it, b, ive been a so or two days' i ..'ivitl' e !. on by 0M'a A mty lies tu t ltl iii pure IiIm'iI, lire ii' (d tilt' and a healthy pert, vital functions, to he usin Burdock Blood Ivy Tutihope Drus Co. i I- ;iu'J l.y i il'.. r-. Sold THEY ARE MOVING. Rabbeth & Cunlop Going' Into Handsoma New Mill. Their Rabbeth & Dunlop, proprietors of the City Mills, began this morning moving the lr machinery to their nw mill near the passenger depot They contemplate being reatiy for business in this handsome building by the middle of January m the first of February. Much of the machinery now used in the City mills will b used in the new mill. This, how- eer, is the machinery purchased by Mr. Ribbelh when hn first took charge of (ho city mills. It is ex cellent machinery and is as good us new. They have other nmchinory on the way now and when they get it all in they will have one of the best equipped mills in the South. This enterprise bids fair to become a very important factor in the iuture of the Ciarksvllle grain market, and it will bring much trade here when it gets well under way making flour. They wiil purchase all the grain they can from the surrounding country, and already much trade is corning here from neighboring coun ties, because farmers are bringing their wheat to these gentlemen. They pay the highest market price lor good grain in sjwt cash, besides distributing much money for labor, American Cholera. Daily Reveille, Whatcom, Wash. "T. C. 'Burnett, the Democratic can didale lor Sh ritf, was taken violent ly ill at Clearbrooli. He had all the symptoms of Asiatic cholera, and for an hour or two v. was leare'i ne wouio die. They finally gave nun a dose of Chamberlain's Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy, which revived him until a physician arrived." That is precisely what the manufacturers of that medicine rt com menu lor cnoi era. Send fer a physician, but give their medicine until the physician arrives. If cholera becomes prevalent in this country next summer, this preparation will he in great demaud because it can always he depended upon. For sule by Owen & Moore, druggists. Matrimonial. Mr. O. (). Watts, of New Provi donee, and Miss Kallie Spcnce, of Nashville, wiil bo married at the home of the bride's pareuts in Nash ville tomorrow evening. Mr. Watts has many friends here who will con gr itulate him on Ids marriage and will give his lirl if a welcome. The couple will make their horns in N w Providence. Mr, Watts is book keeper tor JJ. is.. UuiU, anil h a young man of sterling character. $500 Howard. This amount, the Lemon Chemical Co. proposes lo pay to anyone wlio will prove that one ol Uih testimonium con cerning I he wonderful ell'eets of Lem on Chill Tonic me not genuine. Anv one can write fluttering articles and sii'ii delicious names, Put "Lemon Chill Tonic" stands at the head as a Hlood Purifier, a general tonic and ap petizer. Lemon Chill Tonic is us pleas ant as lemonade, and ns large aa the regular dollar faze. As!; lor Lemon Chill Tonic and insist on getting what you ask for. Take no sutisl itule, but get a bottle, and you will thank Ibis paper for drawing your aUenlioii to its mer its. Price ;"0o. For sale and guaran teed by Ciarksvillc Drug Co., Edwin Thomas, Jr., .Manager. f'ntrir' r-'.'iti Clill'AOO, !',,V. Etiii left here fr'.und ingtnn after beiiig c lailci-OtiniMl. ::!. Hon. Patrick ry night for YVusli ntertained bv liar- low -N. .1 lii'ni'il'Oiliam, president of the world's fair directors. At Washing ton, after arranging :-ome details at the state department,, JMr. Kgan will pro ceed to Chili, to further adjust the claims made by American citizens, soino of which extend back to ISla. i U'.'U nuclei ritual Coiivi'ntloti. Ki'.w Oiua; ns, Nov. 21). Delegates to the national Nicaraugim canal con vention, which opens here on Wednes day, began to arrive Monday. The gathering will 1h one of tho most im portant ever held iii the Crescent City and will include representative commer cial men from nearly every hoard of trade and ch t uber of coniniereo in the entire country. I .enroll ( 'hcniical ( 'o. I regal d your Chill Tonic the best 1 have ever Hied; in fact 1 had spent half my salary ior chill medicine tor my d nighter and us; d quinine jackets for her, and all this did her no good until 1 gave hi r Lemon Chili Tonic, ami to (lav slie is t he Mean luest ciniii in our in ighlioi'hooii; is fat and eats all she can get; and I gladly testify to a tonic that lias su h merit. Insist on getting the criiuiije Lemon Chill Tonic. David E. Si'auks. - Cor sale and guaranteed lv 'larks- viile Drug Co., Edwin Thonu.s, Jr., Manager. ( i, '.po Will Insist. , Xov. '.Ml. --A minister at the 1 a c, are pendent that (Jen- C.us c eapilol C eral l 'respo will maintain fully the juris nela. and especially its diction of Vt ne:-nela. and right to lines! erimiaa on merchant ships in her waters. This right will be more particularly insisted mi when the fugitives are citizens of the republic of Venezuela. MimlrriT lii'O Nim' Year. I1! rrsriia,, Nov. 1 'rank (Jarwin, the uewspain r artii'l. who murdered his wile Cora, on account of her supposed infidelity, was Monday morning sen tenced to nine years in the peti'entiary. iai win's fnem Is were surprised at the sentence as the jury recommended the utmost li nictu y t- the court. aiiortsluuli ti'dnesa. To wa-le your money on vile, dirty, atery niiM ores, cumpnut'.dcd by iu i v p. i i.aiivd per-. e s, when you have the oppertuuity of P-stir.g Otto's Cine l'r e of charge. Why will you eon ti::ue to ii male your throat and lungs villi t hat I en i Oh' h at: i ng cough when iudliipe 1 rug C.. will furnish you a free sample bottle of this gi cat nuaran t ed rcloeily'.' ! b!d tt bottle of ( hto's ( 'ore to i he I ght and o!i--t i vc its bcall- (ifu! sv i ii' i.l.!. 'ii I. ai.." l.a:. iii'd t! U.":.. e -Vi . ll.'K, :uni heavy hi rot bolt e ji i i'". tding further a I: n ' :- lU 1- r, b t'v, C. C. (V; t in Chill Cu e'' '.nil I ;u'( Chills timl i. L-bt'i.l to take. Sold A M The Higiies We will pay the highest market price for good a Free from smut and onions. We are also doing a regular EXCHANGE FLOUR and MEAL exchanged for good Wheat and Corn. The Eabbeth & July 1, dw.lyr IV fV IJ li r lVosiilcnt Harrison's .Message to Congress. He is Dictating It to His Ste nographer Iiifttnul of Writing the Document Him Hell', a lies ltccn l.U I nnl C'UHtiim IIIh VU.UN mi tlm Sulijrrt uf 1'ruteollun lliv Not "1iiui;m1 ly Ills Itcfi'iU I.lnea ir Sorrow in Ilin I'ncc. Waskinoto.v, Nov. 20. President ITaniBon is engaged on his niosHage to congress. Contrary to his usual habit, ho is dictating tho message to his sten ograpner, m.steiia or writing ins own hand. "1 find," said lie, "that tho physical effort of writing on this pad of paper is exhausting. Tho president looked weary as ho Fjioko. There is not an unhealthy look in Ins raeo, imt there lies in it today tho expression of dee) sorrow. It is seamed with wrinkles. 1 ho visitor noticed, too. that on the pad where, the president had been writinj, tlio lines were not Btraight, and tho letters were straggling and ill formed. Ordinarily the president's handwriting is as clear, precise and neat us t hat or a woman. The great strain of tho loner davs of Mrs. Harrison's last iilnoss has told mum lim. l'.i'1'oro they eamo ho was a man of tin 1. ss energy, AVork never soomed to exhaust him. Particularly was this true of mental labor. Tho president's iileas tlow slowly and steadily, and ho grasps his subjects with a completeness that is wonderful. J to used to sit for hours at a time at his desk writing Meadily, never changing a word or tillering tho position of a comma, so porlertly and accurately did hu thoughts lranio themselves. Hut now he is easily distracted, and his stenographer will take tho forth coming message lrom dictation. An in terviewer remarked to him: 'It looks as though it were MeKinley- ism that had defeated the Keimblican :arty, and tho people are anxious to uiow whether you will modify vour views on the subject of protection in this message." i ho president, looking his visitor Fipiarely in the face, said: 1 lie newspapers ol the United States ought to kiH'W me well enough to be lieve that when I advocate a system am not going to chivtige my views. merely because of.a defeat in election." BALD KNOBBERS IN OFFICE. i:o in Control Taney t'otinty, Mo., Said to of I li. :ang, SntiN'UKiri.p, Mo., Xoy. 2ft. At tho recent election the P.ald Kuobliers, who have been keeping iiuiet since five of their ringleaders were hanged three years ago, carried Taney county and i.re again in control of affairs. They are already becoming arrogant and have served notice on several officers, who helped to prosecute them, 'that they must h ave t he country. Tho lawless ness, which for a time was not so preva lent, lins broken out again. Recently the only church in tho county was burned and the neighboring counties have been suflVring from depredations by hore thieves. Taney county is prob ably the only ovg.inii d comity in the United States where the element recog nized as lawbreakers constitute a polit ical power. Tin- I'n. illr M iil . i.ii.,m.t Won. Wasiiim.,1 in, N,,v. '.".). The court of claims in the Steamship r Mates, P. io. . rying tn.ul f o th.lia mi l !): the rate of '" (use of the Pacific Mail 'Uipiiiy vs. the United er compensation for cur ia s iii I'raiK'ieo to Ans ':i Iwii li jn.fl I'iji Wands, a: i-aiioii to be euual to IN PREPARATION 1 mm a to buy, now is your time, as our reduced prices are now in force till De cember 1, 1892. Call and price for yourself. Sanner Dry Duniop Mill Co. me sea postage, 'decided Hi tavor or tne steamship company. The period for which the sea postage is awarded the company from Oct. , 1W, to JMay 20, 1HH!S. The amount involved in the suit will have to be computed. Tho Ak'.1 lr. Scott. Wamiinoton, Nov. 20. The condi tion of Dr. Scott, the vonerable father-n-law of President Harrison, was not as favorable Sunday night as it was when the indications seemed to favor his restoration to health. The unfavor able change is attributed to a slight re turn of the low consuming fever, which has such a prostrating effect on the in valid. The outeouio of tho latest change may depend very largely upon the prog ress of the fever. HiH Crime Its Own riiniNlunmit. Atlanta, Nov. 29. A peculiar double tragedy occurred at Summerville, Ga., Sunday evening. A young man named Wooton, tho son of a prominent citizen, became engaged in a quarrel with a negro, and struck him over the head with a shotgun. The weapon was dis charged, tho load striking Wooten in the chest, killing him instantly. The skull of the negro was fractured, and he will die. lire vv cry Consolidation. St. Louis, Nov. 29. Tho consolida tion of the four export breweries of the United States, the Anheuser-Busch and William J. Leiup. of this city, and Sohlitz and Pabst, with a capital stock of $'10,000,000, and bonds to the amount of $300,000,000, to supply the world with beer, is the gigantic enterprise which is being fathered by the Rothschilds, of England, and the consummation of which is among the possibilities. llotibl.. ftlurtlrr with n llnzor. Clakkkvii.i.ic, Ark., Nov. 29. Henry Banks, a colored farmer who had been absent from home, returned Sunday and found his wife talking to Joseph Perry, a neighbor. The enrairod husband pulled out a razor aud literally carved them to pieces. Ho cut tho bnibs of the victims from their bodies nnd throw them into the hogpen. The murderer escaped, but a posse ii in pursuit. lit. AVhs Found 1mii1. HiooiNsr rt, ()., Nov. 2!. James Sallee, a well known young man of this place, was buried Sunday. Friday night he was found dead back of Frank liiee's saloon. There are grave suspicions of roui play. Two Now Prussian Cur.l inals. Komi:, jnov. x).iJT. ivojip, prince bishop of Breslau, and Dr. Krementz archbishop of Cologne, have been raised to the crdinalate, Driving ths Brain at the expense oi me uoiiy. While we drive j5j' the brain we yVri must build up the body. Ex ercise, pure air foods that make healthy flesh refreshing sleep such are methods. When loss of flesh, strength and nerve become apparenc your physician will doubtless tell you that the quickest builder of all three is cott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, which not only creates flesh of and in itself, but stimulates the appetite for other foods. I'r-prert hfSrrttt A Rum. N V. All flmseittn. Market Pried m i,' rJ Kt23 IFTOH HA I H H Goods and Clothing House. i j.t si, aci irirt i - x ji?w isr.il I- Is There Economy in Buying Cheap (?) Coal ? "WT'SS HHlSrL NOT. EMPIRE Has been sold on this market for mere than twelve years, and has given general sati"? faction. It burns freely, makes a bright, cheerful lire, and is unquestionably AWTbest keeping coal to be had. frothing contributes moro to one's comfort and -domestic hap piness than good fuel. The best is tho cheapest. The EMPIRE is tho best. Try it and 4 bo convinced. Empire Coal can bo had only from tho GEO uSinTent. CLARKSVILLE ICE & COAL CO. ; Elders Opra House ! ONE NKIIIT ONLY, Friday, Doosrabsr 2, A BLAZE OF GLORY. Engagement of tLe Laiigli-iinikeiH, Henshaw & Tenbroeck, Presenting their Car-Loud of Klin, The Everything Entirely New New Sontrs, New Dances. New Specialties, Pretty Girls, r unny uomeaians, Sparkling Music. A SOLID CHUNK OF JOY. PRU'FX First two row dress-cli-elo 81.011. liiirquet 7ik.., iidiiilK-sliin Tide., guile ry I'oe. & .Tic, Worth KnGwlntr. Many thousMid people have l'ound a friend in Aunt Fanny's Health Jte- Htorer. If you have never listed this great specific for the prevailing malady of tlie age, Dyspepsia, I.iver (.'ompliitit, ( 'oslivenesH, ,'ervous KxlniUHiion, Nervous l'rost ration, SleeplessnesH and all diseases arisinir from (leraliK'm?iit of the stomach, liver and kidneys, we would be pleased to L'ive "U a pack ago of this irreat nerve tonic free of charge. Tudhope Drug Co. PR0LIFI0 EAST FORK. Eight Pairs of Twins Within a Kadius of Three Miles. Dr. Wkklmm, who i.-i attending theAvant trial, i-t authority for the statinifrit that wiilnn a rutlius T three miles, on East Fork of Yellow crock, there are cfht piirs of twin babied. Thiy are at the homos of .Squire Powers, Tom Henley, Joe Itye, Dick lUwt, Sidney lowers, t-'liH's.SykeH, IJurrel Syke-t and a ne gro woman by the name of Wilkor son. Four of tlie-e are Democrats, ton aro Third partyilo-t and two are Hi'puI'lictr.H. The Dcmocats are at the homes of MUire Towers and Tom Henley. '1 he Republicans are at lim negro Wilk. r-mn' mid the re-.t are f.llowi ri of 15ui h uan. ll it Fork is prolifi , and if they were all Democrats it would lie better. Of; r-m : D eowbbia vSi'J liVB l f 1 fT l ANY 8 C H Kaotl'iJmiiia yj u"tf 61 .l FW''t'fM,fffwga Cfej - ! We are receiving and can supply in any quantity ANTHRACITE, all sizes, PITTS CU HO II, Si'. liEKNAKD, DIAMOND. MUD RIVER, GREEN RIVER, and the fabious MAIN MOUNTAIN JELLICO COAL. Also keep full supplies of Hay, Bffan, Qoxx Oats Tekphono Coal Office or Wharf Boat. F.P. GRACEY & BRO. I, i Manufuei tircri Flooring, Window Frainos, otc. Nos. C07, CO;) & 'ill Frucdit. nour UnitcMity Ave. PEPPERED WITH SHOT. Oha. Thompson Shot By a Nepro Sntur- dy at Gracpy. Snys the New Km; A t-hootirg scrape occurred at Oracey Saturday evening whicn ouino near (tiding seriously, the parties being Mr. Charles Thompson of Princeton, who is engaged in building -a store for V. T. Koatls, i. nil a coioretl man nitmed Al. KoyK s. Hob'S (Mine to where Thompson was at work and engaged in an altercation with one of his hands, and was ordered to go awy ly Thomp on. Ho went ofl and procured a sli'itg'i'i and return, ing fired at Thomp-on at close quar-j ?p3iSiBaking The ot.ly l ure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard O -A-X-j o Sons. f anl DealtT-i in- tors. The gun vns loaded with bird nliot, and Thompson was smartly peppered shout tho hips. The negro fired again, but mlsod. lie then dropped his gun and ran like a deer. He hits not yet been nrretded. Thompson is not seriously hurt. CLA.RKBVILLE DISTRICT, Tenneiseo Conference First Bound tttiarterly Meetlni. of Kt. Uethlehem, Nov. 15. Ka'llersville, Nov. 1(1. Ccrhir Hill, Nov. 17. Wartrace, Nov. 19, 20. Hi.riDgtield, Nov. '2G, 27. Mount ("armel, Die. 8, 4.