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OOL. H. CLAY KINO.
A Strong Effort Being- Made to Seoure Hla Full Pardon. Mrs. II. Clay King and her two daughters, says the Bunner, have been in the city several days looking toward securing the nb-olute purdori of the husband and father, Col. King, who ia serving a life term for the murder of David 11. Poston, in Memphis. It is understood that they have secured the hi rviecs of MaJ. J. II. Burnam, who was chairman of the Plate Independent Executive Committee, as an attorney, and it is thought that one or two other law yers will be employed to work on the case. Considerable comment has been indulged in by those who know of this effort, and opinion seems to he about evenly divided as to whether Gov. Buchanan will comply with their desire or not. One side holds that Gov. Buchanan was consider ably irritated by the unfavorable press comments ou his action in com muting II. Clay King's sentence, and that that fact may influence him to grant an absolute pardon. The other side holds that Gov. Buchanan has never yet granted a pardon where he knew men were paid to work for it, and that he will not do it now. To ChloaRO in Fourteen Houri From Nanhville via the Evanuville route. This cannot be beaten. Pas sengers from all points South and Houtheat make clone connection in Union Depot at Nashville with an elegant vestibuled train via this route through to Chicago without change. Leave Nashville 7:55 p. m., arrive at Chicago 10:40 a. m. An elegant breakfast served in the dining car from 7:00 a. in. to 10:00 a. m. For Bleeping car reservations, maps, time tables, etc., address It. A. Campbkll, Gen'l Passenger Agent, Evansville, Ind. 8. L. ItOOKRS, Southern Passenger Agent, Chattanooga, Tenn. v Biff Excitement in Town Over the remarkakle cures by the grandest specific of the age, Aunt Fan ny's Health Restorer, which acts as a natural laxative, stimulates the diges tive organs, regulates the liver and kidneys and is nature's great healer and health renewer. If you have Kidney, I.lver or Blood disorder do not delay, but call at Tud hope Dsng Co.'s drug store for a free trial package. Iiarge sUe 60e Election of Direotora. Notice is hereby given that the . . .it . . m T-i . . annual eiecuon ni uirrciore oi nni VaM ,nul llantr ulll I held Within banking hours at the office of the Bank on Tue-day, Jniiary lutn, 1893. It. D. M08EI.KY, Cashier. Dec.6,13,20 daily." Quinine rucks the nerves. "C. C. C Certain Chill Cure" racks Malaria and Chills. No eure. no pay. Bold The Memphis Commercial denies making any charge against Ev-Gov-ernor Taylor on the grounds of apathy during the campaign in Ten nessee before or after.the gubernato rial convention. That paper, like the Leaf-Chronicle, now seems in favor of giving each man a fair chance, neither questioning the good work done by Ex-Governor Taylor nor forgetting the splendid reputa tion Gen. Bate has made during his short term in the Senate, and his ex cellent speeches made during the campaign. Do you wish to know the quickest way to cure a cold ? We will tell you. To cure a cold quic ly, it must be treated before the cold has become settled in the system. The first syru toms are a dry, loud cough and sneezing. The cough is soon follow ed b watery expectoration, and the sneezing by a profuse watery dis charge from the nose. In severe 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 every houi". That will irreatly lessen the severity of the cold and in many cases will effectually counteract it, and cure what would have been a se vere cold within one or two dayn' time. Try it and be convinced. 60 cent bottles for sale by Owen A Moore, druggists. Mr. andMre. G. L. Pitt, of Clarks vllle, are in the city to-day. Mr. Pitt is en route to Paducah on pro fessional business, and his wife will remain several days the guest of Dr. Williams' family on South East Seventn street. New Era. American Cholera. - Daily Reveille, Whatcom, Wash.: ''T.C.Burnett, the Democratic can didate tor Sheriff, was taken violent ly 111 at clearbrooK. lie naa an ine symptoms of Asiatic cholera, and for an hour or two it was rearea ne wouia die. They finally gave bim a dose or chamberlain's unoiera ana diar rhoea Remedy, which revived him until a physician arrived." - mat is precisely what the manufacturers of that medicine recommend for chol era. Send for a physician, but give their medicine until the physician arrives. If cholera becomes prevalent In this country next summer, this E reparation will be in great demand eexuse it can always be depended upon. For sale by Owen A Moore, druggists. For Sale My residence, 418 Franklin street. If not sold private ly will be sold at auction Dec. 28, 18.).'. Isaac kosenfei.d. .n3,dmonAthurs till d. For Kant. The Moonpy place, on College street, nriinlng Col W. i. Young. Apply to w. IS. Ueach. n29dtf. . Tor Bant. Cottage within three itlnutrs' walk of the business part of the city, in good neighborhood and good repair. This The Live, Wide Awake ASaggEVSy mr mp! eWVSPV WWWCWW'V PH5'fW !W4!&W (WWW nnnn 1M Holiday OFEBA -:-:- HOUSE, Friday and Saturday. DEC. 3 AXTD 10. The bright lights in Opera Comedy & Concert. Chevalier Nlpdalelsk!, the great Polish vlo llnlHt. Miss F.lizaneUi Uleanon, humorous nnd drnmatio impersonator. Hlnnor Vislnl, the noted baritone. Miss Mary Rose Hughes, the gifted New York Hoprano, fresh from New York triumphs. Julian Jordan, the fa mous composer nnd popular tenor vocalist. Miss Belle Dalley, the charming meezo soprano E. A. I outurler, the great French Cornells! . Miss Henrietta Zimmerman, cor-netlst-playlng duets with Mr. Contnrler, a very pliaslng feature. Miss Adellua Baldan za, solo plunTst and accompanist. Prices -50c, 75c. and J1.00. Beata on sale at Elder Bros. 7I7T? 4 V lyiT'W YOUR ATTENTIOI WJ5A1V. I'lXfil, Is called to the T.AOC HAH TKMWWMit ureat Kngusii itemeay, if Gray's Specific M. Medicine MHKTWIM, KU HUH. IF YOU SUFFER Sr,,1 De- of body and mind, Spermatorrhea, and I m po tency, ana an aiseases thai arise rrom over Indulgence and self-abuse, as Loss of Mem ory and powei, Dimness of Vision, Premature Old Age, and many other diseases that lead U) insanity or consumption and an early grave, writ lor our pamphlet. Aouress uitAr mkuiuik k w, mirraio, N. Y. The Hoeclflo Medicine Is sold bval dniKglsts at If.Oil per package,drstx packages for to 00, or sent bv mall on receipt of money, and with every TTTV riTT A t A MTPP $.".00 order UUUU XLXIiAXl IXJLd or money refunded won account of counterfeits, ne have adopted the Yellow Wrapper, the only genu ine. Mold In Clarksvllle, Tenn., and guarantees Issued by TUUHOPE DRUU CO. lost IS QCiHTITT. BEST IS QC1UTT. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. SOT.D EVKRYWHERE. Trrpmr4 hj BK imiDSOH-TiTLOR 1KB. OO,, HT.LOflg Hey woods Cm A Dyspeptic's Argument Is a growl and that growl marks the limit of argument, with him. The best way to get him to try a medicine would be to advise against It but notice how different his tone afler using Hiudock Blood Hltterx "I have uttired with dyspepsia fr the last 'wo years. Not long ago I commenced tak ing P.. B H. I am now on the second bottle and 1 feel like a new man. U.Knox, 12 fherwood A ve., Blnghamton, N, Y." Repell tests with uniform success prove the fact that Burdock BI'khJ Bitters 111 cure dyspepsia. 1 he reason Is plain, It tones the stomach to natural action and kres the sluice ways of the system free from clogging Impurities. "I have twen troubled with dyvpepsla and heart disease for nine years, and found do relief until I tried Burdock Blood Bitters. Now 1 am well after taking two bottles Mm. Ettik Fbazier, Bow ue, Midi." Bold bjr Tudliope Ding C. Space Reserved' for S-forHd WATCH OUT FOB THEIR Mnnouncemenf ! 1 Oot We are receiving and can supply in any quantity ANTHRACITE, all sizes, PITTSBURGH ST. BERNARD. DIAMOND, MUD RIVER, GREEN RIVER, and the famous MAIN MOUNTAIN JELLICO COAL. Also keep full supplies of Ha Bmn, Telephone Coal Office or Wharf Boat. F. P. G-RACEY & BRO. A REDUCTION IN GOODS! Prom this date I will sell my entire stock of Fall and Winter Millinery Nice Felt Shapes, in Ladies' Hats, will go at 50 cents and $1.00. Other goods at correspond ingly low rates. Respectfully, J J. G-. COOPJER- XOS MILLINERY CLOAKS. We are prepared to show our lady friends the largest and most Btylish line of Millinery & Cloaks Ever brought to this city. DRESS TRIMMINGS, KID GLOVES, COR SETS, LACES & other novelties all At Reasonable Prices. Respectfully, unnr.iiMi m IIIUUUl 7, dw,2m rii at On 'U II vsl mnuuiiiL v We Are Now Moving TO 3STEW - am we nave on hand a large stock of FLOUR which we are exchanging for good wheat at our old stand, the - ciiii'Ml Boiler Hills We can accommodate farmers with anything in our line. ' Respectfully, RABBETH k DUNLOP. READ ydou want on oai uiiUAT ana hlai vtti WE WILL SELL A LOT OP OLD STYLE CLOAKS FOR $2.50,-$3.50,-$5.OO These Cloaks were sold for $10 to $15. Come and get a bargain. WE HAVE NEWMARKETS and CIRCULARS lhat we wilt sell below cost. Oar hoose is the place to buy CHEAP CLOTHING -:- AND OVERCOATS. New Goods arriving every day. Fred. L. Smith & Sons, Manufactarew of and Dealers in DOORS, BLIWDS, SASH, Flooring, Window Frames, etc Not. 607, 609 k 611 Fraeidii St, near Univenity Aye. OTTIS iSLTT-iJL,, HIEMP OtMK by Owen Moore. Apply at this omce. U7,atr