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Absolutely Pure. A orearc o; tartar baking powder. Uiifhet of all In leavening strength. Latest United Government Food Report. KOYAL HAKINO POWDKIl CO., liMi Wall Htrettl. Mew York mm SHALL WE HAVE IT? If the Farmers Say So, the Can ning Factory Ib Ours. Bloob Bros. Send Greetings to sumers of Dry Goods. There Will Be Mo Trouble to Get the Necessary Stock Subscribed A Live Meeting- of the Board of Trade. Boat DptiGit STANDARD SETS, CHEAP 12 MOS. ART BOOKS, BOOKLETS, JUVENILE BOOKS, POETS IN FINE BINDING. POETS IN CHEAP BINDING, FAMILY BIBLES, TEACHERS' BIBLES, COLOR BOOKS, TOY BOOKS, ALL AT PUBLISHERS PRICES AT It teri k Askew TELEPHONE NO. 88. To Advertisers. Adverb -rsare requeued la hand in changes (or their a .vertisements not Inter than 9.30 a. m. on the In 'hey wishthem inserted. We desire thai our o. i ' ! 'i "0 eolurnns be kept frenh and bright, as we kim I .. is to be one of the great secrets o) success in advertising, and for this reason we give our I id ions frequent changes, but we must insist on i.'-evVm-rvanee vj the above rule, as we annul n.w" our regular complement of news u hen cruMiled with other matter in the middle oj ht day. Subscriber will please report- any irreiiftrity in the delivery of their paper to the office. HT CENTS PER WEEK. l.uuUallU & NuHiviilo It. U. T'me Table. rrtiln leave r::irsvlllfs follows: H01UU BouuC. No. 101 fast Mrtil 9:45 p. in No. WW fait Kxpross :L " m nili Hound No. Wt Kant Ki (. ( 7 ?-' P,'n No. 1114 Kast Mall 18 atE BI.KTON ACCOHMOnATIOB. Arrives S:S0a.m. Di'luirls 3:!B p. ll.AK ISVIl.l.K ASH l'KINCKTON DIVISION. Mull ill rlvt'M. V "' Mull leaves p. in. To Aclvertiseis. The I.kak Chkonu i.k's columns afford the best m.il most f conomical menus f reuchimr tho people who have inont y to x nd. Lot us know at once if you wNh epecid holiday advertising. Your orders will receive lroini't and careful attention. No ue paying high prices tor dress goods when you oan get good goods so much cheaper at h. ulick s. nlS.divwim SOCIETY. at J. V. Kiee, of tlio Dover bar, is in the city to-day. Mrs. ('has. Collier is confined home with pneumonia. Congressman Washiugton.who was called to his home on account of the death of his father, wiil not return to Washington City for several ito; I'oit S.U.K My residence, 413 Franklin street. ! not sold privab Iv will he sold at auction Dec. lis, isi2. Isaac Uosenfeld. n.'l.dmoiuvthurs till d. Confectioneries, Toys, Etc. Attmtion is ilirected to the adver tisement of J. L. Wilkerson, coiifee tioner and fancy grocer. He h is pur chased largely for the holiday trade, and wauts it understood that he is headquarters for everything in the Cindy, fruit, toy and fancy privtry line. A very interesting meeting of the Board of Trade was hi Id last nigh!. President Howell occupied the chair, mid several euthu-iastic speeches were made. Mr. Jas. M. Bowling was present as coinmitteinaii and ex plained bis reasons for deferring his strip south, which was satisfactory to the' Board. Mr. W. 8. PIu miner, the canning factory man, was present and addressed the Board at some length on the subject and details of the business, submitting his proposi tion, etc., and answered niauy ques tions to the satisfaction of all present It was the sense of the meeting that there would he no trouble In raising the stock, if any good business man would take liberal stock, and agree to take charge of the business and give his whole attention to it. Mr. Bowling was asked to do this His reply was that if the citizens here would show that they felt some interest in the matter by subscribing stock liberally on such conditions and the farmers would agree to raise the stuff for canning, then he would tuke a large proportion of the stock aud take the management if desired President Howell, Capt. Crusman and otheis thought that there would be no difficulty in getting the farmers to raise the stuft if assured of market for all they contract for. Then it was agreed to defer further action a few days, to ascertain how much stock would be taken, and to hour from the farmers in regard to raising the stud. Several parties have agreed to lake stock liberally with Mr. Bowling, and now the question will rest with the farmers Do you want a market for all the garden stuff you can raise at $75 t $150 per acre? If so report at once to J. M. Bowling, at the ice factory otti. e, How many acres you are will iug to contract to plant on the con dition that the factory is established by the tirst of Ftbruary, ot either or each tomatoes, corn, neas, beans sweet potatoes, pumpkins, etc, Corn vields from five to six ton per acre, worm irom sp;iu 10 pe acre. Tomatoes yield from 300 to 500 bushels, according to cpuality of lan and cultivation, worth $75 to $12. per acre. Sweet potatoes yield from 300 to 400 bushels per acre, worth from $100 to $150 per acre. Peas and b"ns m-ike from 150 to 2(10 bushels, worth from $125 to $150 per acre. Then come in pumpkins, blackberrits, peachis, apples, etc. There is nothing in this list but what is easier raised and marketed than tobacco, and pays nearly double as much money, cash coming in all through the summer. Now is the time for the farmers to act, and act promptly, if they want a sure and steady market for these things. They should report at once without any delay to Mr. Bowling, saying how many acrts they will contract to raise uuder the condition named. Either write or see him in person. Remember, first come first serve I. The company will want 1,000 or 1,500 acres of stuff planted. After this much has been reported the ha auce will be left out. Re member that farmers will receive all necessary instruction for such a planting, cultivation and marketing, and crates are furnished for gathering the crop, and favorable rates will be had tor those along the railroad lines, even tilty miles away. The Board also expressed unani mous sentiment i:i favor of haviug the State represented at the World's Fair, and took favorable action by appointing the following delegation to the Nashville World's Fair con vention, Dec. 20, and all are urged to attend: CapV F. P. Uraeey, M. II. Clark, Judge C. Wi Tyler, Walter Kincan- non. Mayor N. L. Carney, B. F. (Jill, A. R. Uholaou, M. V. Ingram, Wislv Drane. Hon. D. N. Kenne- dy. Col. Uraiey Childers, l. II. Bur- ney, Bailey Barksdale, Jos. R. Wil sou, Jr. Strength and Health. Ifvouare not feeling nUoiur and healthy, try Electric Kilters. If "I linene" has If It you weak and weary, Bloch Bros., have secured a very beral space in the Leaf-Chronicle especially for holiday purposes, which they proceed to utilize very sensibly by hitting straight out from he shoulder in the shape of some pointed declarations. This old and well knowu iirra have never been in belter shape to supply their trade with reliable goods. Their well- nnwn reputation for conservative rices and lair dealing clings to them. Hence they will do their share of the arge trade incident to the holidays. Leaf-Chronicle reporter was affored an opportunity yesterday of inspecting the admirable stock of goods with which the firm is now supplied, and states confidently to the many Leaf-Chronicle readers that they have some very rare bar gains to offer a matter, by the way, which they present tersely in their double column space elsewhere, to which special attention is directed. A PIONEER FIRM. Con- CR0KIN0LE. This standard parlor game, besides all the new fascinat ing games for Let Up On This. Winter Evenings. OUIJA, $1.50 edition. OTJIJA, $1.00 edition. BASILINDA. NELLIE BLY. ESCAMOTEUR. PABCHEESI. PARLOR QUOITS. HALMA. Sara Kelly Is the most enthusiastic man over the canning lactnry mat has yet struck Clarksville. He was standing at the stove in the Clarks ville National Bank this morning talking about tne enterprise with lot of other gentlemen, and he evidently let his fervor get away with his better judgment. He pulled out his handkerchief to wipe off some perspiration and after using it deliberately threw it into the stove. He rallied from the shock In time to save it in a badly damaged condition. This was not all. He had a check in his hand for over a huudred dollars, which he was wait ing to have cashed. He twi3led this during the conversation until it was torn into shreds. Happily the gen tleman who had given him the check was present and promptly wrote him a duplicate. If any man wants to know all about the canning business Sam Kelly cm tell him. Quinsy troubled me for twenty years. Since I starlnl usirg Dr. Thomas' El en ic Oil have not had an attack. The Oil cur. s si re throat at once. Mrs L'tta Conrad, Standish, Mich., Oct. 24, H3. DR. M. L RUDOLPH DENTIST, -OVER- First National Bank, ClarlcHVille, Tenn. TELEPHONE No. 13. Apples Apples Apples We have just received a lot of the best eating' apples our town has had. Send us your orders before all are out. We are also prepared vto furnish you all Christmas goods usually found in grocery stocks. If lyou doubt it take a peep at our show windows. Respectfully. KEESEE & NORTHINGTON. Office hours Dec. 6, 3m. from p. m. O a. m. to 6 Owen & Moore S Has Us In a re -ent letter to the manufac turers, Mr. W. A. Baldridge, Millers ville, Illiuois, says: "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives the best satis faction of any cough medicine i handle, and as a seller, leads all other preparations iu this market. I rec ommend it because it is the best med icine I ever handled for coughs, colds and croup." For sale by Owen & Moore, Druggists. Amusements. TABLERS BUCKEYE1 tOIHTMT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known forlSyoars astho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. nparmlbrHlCUiHDSOS.TAYLORllKD. ( ST.LOl'18. DR. M. W. PRICE OFFICE HOURS 9 to 12 aud 2 to 5. Practice limited exclusively to diseases of the EYE, EAR, XTOSE AND THROAT. WOFFICE over Bradley Boyd's Drug Store. Jnne 29,dwlyr Be sure and Investigate tbe plans of the Washington Life Insurance Co OF MEW YORK, If yon want the best and most reliable Life insurance u oe uau. ED R BEACH, ACT Office over TUDHOPE DRUG CO. m n ifiniisnff O- O- CU O- Cu O.. cu O-. O-. O- Q- O-. O- ?- O CU X CU 0- CU o Ol. DOLI.S, TOYS. NUTS, OUTS D Y OR FAETCY CHEAPEST GROCERIES IN CLARKSVILLE TO BE FOUND AT U m sUr VV JLdtSmAidtSm WsA. Franklin St No use i experimenting further when "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cute'' w .Miiiraiiteed ti. cine (.'hills and Fever, and isdeiightiul to take by l)won A M 'oie A Cuicintr Affray. Sold The news c nn- to the city of a serious nittiig affray at Beverly, Ky., which happetnd Monday night. The n. grois ii that country were hsviog a dam e. and a fiws au-e over some triv 1 matter. Knives, pi-tols and ra.-irs tltlu ! 'rotu pooets in quie'-i stiivo-M ;i. and in the melee two neo W'Oiien were gashed with rasors. Tiny aie not expected to live. The men who did the cutting are at h rre. I have ad' iiner ! i m those tine ai d stylish cloaks wi-icb I an, selling very cheap. K. (Slick. A. W. Freemont, with his excel lent company, arrived in the city this morning to appear at the opera- houe to-night iu "777." This is a sensational comedy drama and comes well recommended. The play has been seen in all the larger cities and has sriven ceneral satisfaction. Seats were put on sale at Elder Bros'. yesterday and have been going on well. The house to night will be above the average, judging from pres ent indications. Tomorrow night the Hay woods will bo here and this will be the mu sical event of the season. The pub lic is well acquainted with the repu tation of these artists, and there is little doubt that a large house will greet the company. They are fine musicians aud will give one of the best concerts that has been in Clarksville for many dajs. Tickets are on wale for this engagement at Elder Bros. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cute hruises, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chil blains, corns, and all skiu eruptions and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money funded. Price 25 cents per box. sale by Owei A Moore Xtaaa. Nelson's Will. re- For use Kleetric Bitters. 1 his remedy acts directly on Liver, Stomach and Kid neys, gently aiding those orgauj to perform their functions. If you are Htllieted with sick headache, you will rind speedy and permanent relief by taking Klectric Bitters. One trial will convince you that this is the remedy that you iieed. I.arsie bottles only o"c, at Owen A Moore's Drug Store. Removal. I call attention to the fact that I am now occupying offiets in the new (llenn building, lull N. Third street, win re thi se who may need my ser vie scut find me during otli-e hours. All calls will nceive prompt inten tion. J. W. M each am, M. D. deo'.),dlw. For Kent. My storehouse mi Frtnklin street for theyeir ls'.t;!, occupied at the present lime by Jacob Bayer, aud known as the Boston Store. da-ldAw 4plw W. A. Settle. Board and Locmn. When the late Chas. Nelsou died he lelt a will bequeathing all his property to his wile, but allowing a son, Chas. Nelson, Jr., by a former wife, an annuity of 1100. Young Nelson contested the will and brought f uit for his portion of his father's estate. The suit was com promised at Nashville yesterday, the plaiotifl getting $30,000. Ten thou sand of this was in cash, and the balance is to be held in trust for the heirs of the plaintiff if he has any. If he dhs w ithout heirs the $20,000 re verts' to the estate of his stepmother, Mrs. Nelson. Merchandise Holding- up Well. Merchandise at the freight depot is holding up well, the receipts being sufficient to keep a large force at work moving it. In fact thereseems to be a very small decrea.'e in Ihe re ceipts. . Some tobacco is also coming in by freight now and some little is being shipped out. Ths work at the freight depot is a pretty good iudex to the business of the city. 1h Cold Wave. v M.i',-,,. tiwner can v.vo rue by p i'"-' charges and dt ; day " iK,r.rr.i)tr v. MVS at this of .to4N. per week; $1 on per . e Uwlr , ;2.'iHnts ptr meal ;ivruer Sec-'lu itT, . and Commerce stru ts, opiosite day. Tney are read OIHl John Dusty, the Leaf-Chronicle's weather oracle, was in town yesterday and left a prediction that there would be bright, sunshiny weather from then until Christmas, w ith not enough cold to save a rab bit. A piess of other matter pre-j cludedlhe publication of the predic tion yesterday, or the people would have been warned of this warming up of th.i temperature. , Northiunt hi rave a lvtrii.-ement to- ly for theChr.st- M KB sea- tsm f ff Bp LOW PBICES. I have purchased a line of samples of Ladies Hats & Trimmings embracing all qualities from the lowest to the highest, which I will sell at remarka bly low figures. Call early. Respectfully, SIMON KATZ. Cleaiii Sale of Lalie's Fell Hats at 50 cts. A POINTEI FURNITURE BUYERS From a complete and carefully assorted stock we feel confident of supplying the needs of the trade at Live and Let Live Prices. Are you thinking of buying a PARLOR BED-ROOM SUITE, or any other arti cle of Furniture ? See our goods and get prices before placing an order. OR Ccl Cn fanl SETT T TTQW IS "TOTJH 'TTTVT-R TO SEE US. WE ARE OFFERING Special Bargains in every one of our departments, and with the stock wo carry we mean to make it interesting. Remem ber, that our goo.ds are as represented, that our prices are the lowest, that they are not limited to one day, but will last until our present stock isdis- fiosed of. Wo don't sell goods at a special time for a ow price and then raise the price on those who could not come at the time designated, but make uniformly LOW RATES to every one. We have just opened a new consignment of rrrr.Tr.sir;'-r-,rTrTr.-rTrrnr,.irir''.n"irl.Tr;''ir-ir.r'ir"ir.?iBa U Ladies' - Stylish - Jackets 1 in Black and Colors, that we want to show you. Our stock of anliets, Lap Eobes HANDKERCHIEFS, UNDERWEAR, GOODS of all descriptions is superb. from the smallest to tho largest, in FOR ALL, all grades and of tho very best workmanship. Notwithstanding the last advances we aro still quoting the old-time figures on CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, ART SQUARES, BUGS, LINOLEUM, ETC., and our stock embraces tho choicest and latest productions of tlio manufacturer's loom. Bear in mind thatour stock of CLOTHING m , - Is vary Complete. That we can give you every advantage that tho market affords, and that we will sell you well-made and stylish Clothing cheaper than other houses. We are making a clearance sale of Men's and Boys' Heavy Boots, and will surely save you money on them. Call and see us. 8 FRUIT G&EL Ingredients for making fruit cake should be the best. In selecting our raisins, currants, citron, lemon and orange peel, we bought nothing but the best. We have Eecleared -:- Currants and seedless raisins in one pound boxes, and we recom mend them, as they are the best quality, and time and la bor is saved by using them. We nave for sale Kennedy's Fancy Fruit Cake to accommodate those who buy ready made cake. YOUNG & BEACH. ism, ,-$mss C jaks ! Ipl'AiiM'i 'fs ia rr; iiov 2i,dwlm Coulter & .LedMtfir, 014 and 31G Commerce St., MANUFACTURERS OF Sash.Doors. Biinds,Flooring A large stccis Cypress Slaiagles on hand. Contractors : and : Builders. Plans and Specifications furnished and Estimates made to-oiti)i:is.si.iciTiii-w. Cloaks! Cloaks ! We have just roceived a new sup-. . ply of Ladies,' Misses' & Children's Cloaks and Wraps Wo Lwill sell thpm much cheaper than former prices. Also received a.lot of FANCY FURS and other novelties for the HOLIDAY -. TRADE. . Abo beautiful line Ladies' Evening Gloves. Call and examine goods and get prices that will astonish you, at MRS. ROSENHEIM'S. itcc7d;3!,3t. Northington II J. J. JtNki.sB. ' mas rush. fice.