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Crs. Turnsr, Parks & Hughes i DENTISTS. Everything by Electricity Telephone 144. i Drs. Turner, Parks & Hughs $ DENTISTS. . Everything by Electricity ! Telephone 144. Jnlb OMMERCIAL Colon City ComraereU, Ubllhei 190. 1 cmnahltM& Bpntemw l 1-V7 Wtil Tenne. Couri.r, Mtblibel ltw7. J tAM0Ull'a September 1, HOT. UNION CITY, TENN, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1906. VOL. 16, NO. 25 --" j r1 y x i DR. J.B.MARRISON'S SARSAPAR ILLA I Three Bottles for 92.30 Using Cor. PESSY BELMONT FOE BRYAN. - One of The Palmer and Bnckner Leaders in '86. Washinzton, June 20. One of the most notable of the recent ac- cessions to the Bryan revivalists I is Perry Belmont, of New York. Mr. Belmont is in Paris, where he crpccts to ucct Mr. Bryan in a few days and also to be among the Americans who will greet him at the Fourth of July celebration in London. J Mr. Belmont, who was in Wash mgton until recently, having spent most of the session here in the interest of the campaign publicity "'""blB-,--in conversation with The American correspondent, fore shadowed his intention to declare himself for Mr. Bryan, which was some time before the discussion of the welcome home to be accorded the Nebraskan had started the re Sfiwal of Bryan for the Democrat ic leadership in 1908. Mr. Bel mont was discussing the merits of the bill requiring publicity of campaign contributions, and inci dentally said it was time that Dem ocrats everywhere should seek a -Jcandidate because of his high qualifications for the office of President rather than because of availability in the assumed qualifi cation that be' should be chosen frotuaState and place where the most campaign money could be "raiefd. It was not necessary and it was not sound politics to be running to New York every time for candidate on the supposition that unless a New York man were cboeen, no campaign money could be bad. He thought that the can didate next time should be select ed from the West or South, which had excellent material. It was then he eaid that be would not be op posed to Mr. Bryan, aed he would not be surprised if the country fchould come to the conclusion that Mr. Bryan would, after all, prove rbe the ciot desirable Demo cratic candidate for President. bolted in 186. Mr. Belmont was one of the Palmer and Buckner leaders in . "1806, but in 1900 he voted for Mr. Brvan. In an interview cabled from Paris to the New York Her. Aid, Mr. Belmont said: "I am among those who voted for Mr. Bryan in 1000 and would be clad to Vote for him again. If the ,National Democratic conven- ' tion were held to day Mr. Bryan j would be nominated by acclauia tion, and i am confident the pre vailing conditions will not mated ally change. The drift of to day will at the present rate become an irresistible avaiancne two years from now when, the Presidential election occurs. "Every American who loves his country must welcome a united Democratic party for the obvious reason that party government is essential to republican institutions, requiring periodical changes of administration. Too long contin tinued control by o n e political party is harmful. Dissensions Tvithin the Democratic party have since the Civil War given forty Little Continental 5c Lygia Sc Isaac Pitman 5c El Toro 5c Guarantee 5c Tarita 5c ALLB'N"DRUG: C O MP ANY years power to the Republican party. During only eight years has the Democratic party held the reins. "The war tariff still remains a burden upon the country, although the author of the McKinley bill would have endeavored to modify the unnecessary high protective tariff, and had just outlined a be neficent policy when the bullet of an anarchist brought upon the Nation a calamity which time alone can remedy. Mr. Roosevelt at once solemnly proclaimed his pur pose to carry out the policy of his predecessor, but he has so far ne glected to redeem that promise to the country. "Avoidance of criticism and a false idea of loyalty to the chief cannot be substituted for patri otism in our republican form of government. The Presidential office has, under the Constitution and the decisions of the Supreme Court, added to its inherent pow er during the one hundred and twenty years of its existence an absolutely discretionary power legitimately nd repeatedly exer i . ciseu a n a constantly increasing with the development of central ized Federal authority. AUAIXST TH1BD TERM. "Therefore it is important to the security and welfare of our country that the occupant of that great office should be subject to public criticism and independent public opinion, and above nil that tbe temporary character of its oc cupancy hould be strictly main tained. Tbe rule against three terms in any form should always be observed and tbe attempted dictation of a successor by any President should be reprehended and condemned. "The war against the trusts has been so long under way and many ot them have so often violated tbe law that tbe dangers long ago pointed out by Mr. Bryan have certainly culminated in tbe pres ent revolt against them. Mr, Roosevelt has, therefore, found no difficulty in directing attacks upon them after the Republican party has been tbe beneficiary of their unwavering support in every Pres idential election, and he has not yet exhibited tbe consistency of his previously announced convic tion in regard to the high protec tive tariff, which has engendered them all. - "Consolidated manufacturing interests, privileged beyond a 1 1 reason and justice, still stand as a protecting wall for the Republican party. That party promotes large ly increased Government expendi tures to justify the permanency of high custom-bouse taxation, al ! though the Democratic party-is not a free trade party, and though its responsible leaders in Congress have adopted a policy of moder ation and conservatism in regard to tariff reductions. "Perhaps we shall have what is called a 'ringing message' on the subject next winter, but certainly not in advance of the approaching contest for the control of the House of Representatives, just as in regard tosecret contributions o political campaign funds the reference to the subject in the message upon the assembling of the present Conzress has not been ol lowed on the part of the execu tive department bv the least en deavor to obtain legislation." Handle the fBest tine of Cigars and Smoking Tobaccos BEST KNOWN Sis Bottlee for f 5.0G BOLD AKD OUAHA2TTEED , BT OBION QUARTERLY COUET. MISCELLANEOUS. T LBransford 14 00 T L Bransford, mdse 119 38 Adolphus Word, work 8 15 E F Talley, plumbing 8 00 Semones& Son, plumbing 147 50 II S Sacra, papering 4 45 U C Hardware & Fur Co -44 15 Coble & Clagett Co, mdse. . . . 102 10 Morgan-Ver nine Co 7 R5 Semones & fckm 50 74 Asking & Dircks 5 20 Dletzel & Moss 3 99 Total ....$046 11 REVENUE COMMISSIONERS. II Moffett 1600 EF Cunningham 4 00 Total 110 00 BRIDGES, LEVEES, ETC. J B Dozler, repairs 8 8 00 J D Kersey, repairs 15 00 R R Mlnton, bridge 95 00 B B Jonakln, bridge ... 100 00 Robertson & McKinney, brdg 259 00 KL Wade, drift 1 000 Bridge commissioners 4 00 Wyatt Bond, repairs 85 00 Clarence James ... fiO 00 II W Ragsdale. painting 7 25 8 W Hardy, repairs 10 00 W II Hamilton, lumber 3 78 D EHogan, bridge .-. 24 40 M L Lacewell. work 5 00 Geo Lay, hauling 3 30 iX)lph Lay, work 2 00 Elbert Campbell, repairs 49 50 R R Minton, bridge 30 00 RCIIolloway, painting 18 00 LP Grady, drilt 5 00 Road Com. No. 13, bridge. ... 110 00 Total $937 23 COURTHOUSE AND JAIL. INQUESTS. T J Ogilvie.. 9 5 00 DrJ FRoper 5 00 J M Brice 5 00 Dr J B Havner 5 00 SM Fields 5 00 J W Yarbroqgh 5 00 IIS Sacra 6 00 DrMABlanton 5 00 J T Futrell 5 00 Dr N G Morris 5 00 W B Stovall 5 00 DrJBAdkerson .... 5 00 A K Wells 5 00 Dr J J Wells 5 00 Total $70 00 fl. F. HOWARD. Convey I n patients to asylum 1293 26 TAX REFUNDS. Adna Burnett $ 6 95 Mrs L A Barnett 2 52 Kate Barnett 2 52 WT Barnett.... 6 95 Mrs Fannie Foster ....... 6 60 J A Kirk 3 54 Mrs Matt Gardner 2 10 T N Neetey ., 13 57 P 1) Hombeak 5 23 W R White 2 00 R R Mlnton 2 00 J R Ellington . 2 73 J W Darnell 5 70 MrsSJ Brackin 10 50 MrsSALuton 2 00 WII II Lawrence.. 2 30 D II Driskiil 9 HO Total ......... $84 87 i. T. CHILES. Board prisoners April $10 40 Board prisoners May 130 20 Board prisoners June.... ...... Ill 80 Waiting County Court 8 00 Waiting Chancery Court... . 8 00 Total $,3(8 40 W S Jackgon, pesthouse $ 2 90 u ry . (Jo, mdse ' 2 00 C L M,offatt. mdse.. . 15 60 11 JM Tankersley. convevinar prisoner.... . 5 00 Henry Hart, care Mrs Davis. . 4 00 Scott Wiley, waiting court ... 12 00 Dr Blanton, county health.... 215 00 A Campbell, conveyance 1 00 K Jfl Martin, drugs 35 95 D P Caldwell, wall paper 5 75 II A Scates, mdse 4 00 West Ten n. Hosp. Insane 1(12 23 Total.... .: $493 43 CIRCUIT COURT. May term.............. ..$486 70 PRINTING, BLANK BOOKS, ETC The Commercial 4 00 The Commercial, tax list . . 48 oo J M Brice 10 00 Brandon Printing Co... 40 61 Marshall & Bruce 69 25 Foster, Webb & Tarks. 54 30 McQuiddy rrlnting Co........ 18 7(H Obion Democrat 2 75 Total, .$247 61 BLOOD PURIFIER CHARITY. Quarter Sept. 30 1240 00 TAX ASSESSORS ALLOWANCE. Districts 1 $ 45 60 2 : 40 20 3 5 35 v 4 61 00 5 K5 85 ...: 3 18 7 63 45 8 60 35 9 53 00 10 23 55 11 17 75 12 35 50 13 281 90 14 38 80 15 81 00 16 115 5 F. J. Smith appointed Notary Pub lic No. . Wm. McClanahan and Dorrell Har ris ordered to build bridge across Grove Creek on Cor urn schoolhouse road, cost not to exceed 1100. Hopewell Presbytery. Hopewell Presbytery, of the Cum berland Presbyterian Church, met in called session at McKinzie, Tenn ., on June 28, for the purpose of devis ing' plans for the extension and per petuity of the Cumberland Presby terian Church. Rev. N. T. Hopkins, Milan, Tenn., moderator, presided. The presbytery was called to order at 2 p. m. The moderator read the call and directed the Stated Clerk, W. L. Noell, to call the roll, where upon 47 ministers and representa tives answered to their names. At the close of tbe roll call the Rev Allen Foust offered a resolu tion which directed that the names of ministers who declared them selves members ot the Presbyterian Church U. S. A. and all delegates who did not propose to be loyal to the Cumberland Church be dropped from the roll. Tbe Hon. J. E. Jones raised the point of order that the resolution was out of order and called for tbe ruling of the modera tor. The moderator ruled that tbe presbytery was called as a Cumber land Presbyterian body and there fore the resolution was properly before the body. , Mr. Jones ap pealed to the bouse on the ruling of the moderator. The moderator was sustained by a vote of 25 to 22. An effort was then made to post pone action until the regular meet ing in September, which was de feated by a vote of 21 to 25. The vote then came on the adoption of the resolution. Those opposed re fused to vote, therefore the vote was unanimous for the adoption. Those affected by the resolution at once withdrew from the auditorium to the Sunday school room and tbe Rev. O. E. Gardner was elected moderator. Owing to the nature of the call the presbytery decided that no business could be legally transacted, for the new body as then constituted was Presbyterian TJ. S. A., and not Cumberland Pres byterian, so it adjourned. The regular presbytery proceed ed to business. By resolution en dorsed the action of the Com mis sioners in the recent Assembly at Decatur, Ill in filing protest to the action of said Assembly of Fraternity of Union and in elect ing a moderator and stated clerk and tbe appointment of the mem bers of the various boards and committees, and directed the minis ters, churches and individual mem bers to make their offerings and reports to said o&cials and boards. No roll was secured after the withdrawal of those who declared themselves to be members of the resbyterian Church U. S. A. The two presbyteries adjourned to meet in Trezevant in September. Remember We Sell Battle Creek Coal The only coal on the market that will keep fire over night and at the, same time leave no clinkers. Let us have your order while the summer rate is on. e will appreciate your business and are confident if you once become a customer of Battle Creek Coal you will remain so. We also have plenty of Washed Nut Coal for cooking purposes and cheaper grades of domestic coal. Bramham, & Co. TELEPHONE NO. II. DR. WILL A. NAILLING, Physician and Surgeon. Office Nailling's Corner, near PoBtoffiee. 9 to 10 a. m. 2 to 3 p. m. Hours W. E. Walters Successor to Harry McMurry & Co. Staple and Fancy Groceries. A share of your patronage will be ap preciated Prompt service. A Telephone 421. BUT WHEN WE RU-MA-GO tags tKafs-ff 7 We back up our talk with the cash. -In other words if you find after try ing it that it don't cure rheumatism on you, your money is refunded. RU-MA-GO Cures Rheumatism by its actions through the system. It is taken internally, and don't just relieve; IT CURES. o rr SOLD BY -" ALLEN DRUG CO. xrAxxxuros oobnek. ONE MOMENT You Are in Union City The next in MEMPHIS, NASHVILLE or NEW ORLEANS, as the case may be, where you talk with a correspondent for, , some minutes, and a second later you are back ia your own office, which, in fact, you have never left. When you can do this by TELEPHONE, why travel, or telegraph, or write! ; Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company. Or One Dottle for $1.00 Phone 223 SAT OH NIGHT Phone 41. - Free Delivery. R Hi A P TALK ABOUT THE MEDICINE THAT MAKES RHEUMATISM GO war, Bill Nye 5c El Belmont 10c Tadema 10c . El Sidelo 10c El Principe 10c American 10c V... ' . .-,.!, '''