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.-.; Kii'tH'V !-fs('ui!fii br Hi" ' "! '.in- nf I$ss Heed's f'lmi -k'-f-pe. - v-in a' i t iiti'' tJit hy i i ii- r.i (I HVtus t- "prevent the Jei.u fast eaii's exit. ltoi the House iu August last, has been alloTtd to g- to the wall. Mr. Enloe tad afford to be magnanimous- The whjle Republican the party was arrested m November "Wednesday, Nov. 26. John Chugg, a Union Pacific coudTrcT.or was arreted at Salt lake City for swindling the Un ion Pacific Company. The con ductor would tail to cancel the tickets and then sell them to scalpers. Charles Francis Adamsresign pd the presidency of the Union Pacific Railroad Company and was succeeded by Sydney Dillon Rev. Father Corrigan, a broth erof Aichbishop Carrigan, is dead at Elizabeth, N. J. The Indians at the Pine Pidge Agency are again in a state of great excitement. Thoie is fear of a generdloutbreak. A statement in the assign mentofC. M. Whitney & Co., New York, filed in the ofJQce ot the clerk of the court of coip aion pleas. ,hor?s t tne firms liabilities amount to $5,235,211 and that its assets are $1,124, 112. The'engrneer who was sent from New York by the aqueduct oon a-.fcicn to examine the South Fork dim near Johnstown "rvpoits tl.at the dam was well ruilt. nt pieccdenti-d higlwa er, he says, caused the flood. The Biazilian ;t'raen-cf-war, quidaban and jUanabara.aniv id at New York. The war department received tews that the Cheyenne River Indians bavo abandoned their ghost dance and como in for ra tion. This ie legarded as a most lopelul sigiiol abateiBent of the excitement. A teribie expjosion took place in a colliery near bolton, Eng ' land, at which eight miners were killed, Leave was graced in parlia ment to Mr. Gladstone to intro duce his bill removing the disa bility preventijg Catholics from becoming Lord Chancellor of England or Lord Lieutenant oi litlit,d. Nat. Dm: New York Deo. 7,-0 ne cf the passengers in the Tejtonic, which arrived here 'Wednesday, was Nathan'el Page, of Wash ir-gton, who has made twenty- two transatlantic trips in half that number A years, and has become as wll known among the financiers of the English me tropolis as he is here. Tonight he was walking about the finan cial crisis in foreign countries. "It wi s about as tight a squeeze as London could stand without going under," said Mr. Tage, ufor had the assistance trow the Bank of France been withheld another twenty-fonr hours the Bank of England could not have taken tip the Barings' obligations and scores of smaller houses would inevitably have followed Baring Bros. Barings' guaran tee is backed up by more name than have been made pub'ic, for it required a tremendous line ol credit. I am informed that En"- .lUh capitolM have lost over $500,000,000111 South Ameri can speoulatins in the last five years, so you can appreciate nhat a dram there has been cn the coffers of the Lccdon bank ng hoiues. hii'. lu-i'jbl'CMi Senators nrV io a qu.uiuaiy Mod oi ch ,1 w.uii to limit debate mid n.. h ' 'lio u.rce bill through, but 1 tbure tue others whit oppose ' cii'-mg'iiy; ' rules, 'i hey vv ! look ii vaiu l'or Rued to lean cn in lbs iren- A new order callod the Ki i ghn tl I?ecip fit has Uvn formed in Kansas, the purpose of which is to secure free timle on the American continent. The Plumed Knights shou'd b:i chosen as Workman. Jeneral Master The outlook is favorable for; the passage of the Burrows bill giving $9,000,000 to builp and maintain permanent levees iu the Mississippi Valley. This is a case of Croesus versus the Father oi Walters- There is starvation in Daki.ta and not among the Indians, but among the whites, starvation in one section anc corn burning iu another displays bad judgment. It will be a dark day for fecuth Carolina wten she defeots VYaci Hampton, which 6eem9 quilej probable from a special db patch published elsewhare. The President's message is of. a character to justify a demaud for a constitutional amendment1 making all members of the Re-1 Prints more reading mutter re publican party ineligible for of-jery daj itl lhc ycar than an)J othcr fice. In common wich h'S party, .papcr 'hl T(.n PrpRirlpnt. TTarns.in has nn ie-. . . . . epect iui puwuv Valium, uu- fiidence in the popula-. judge ment; and a contempt for tho ballot box, except when he can climb up by its aid into the seat of power. The first seision ot the filly flrst Congress made the issues ot the day clearly and distinctly. There is no question aoout it. The Republican leaders set forth before the election, what they regard' d as their greatest ach ievements; those for which they expected the approval of their countrymen' Chief amoDg these were the McKiuiey Isw, the force bill and Mr. Reed's admin istration of the Speakership. On theBe iesues, priirariiy, the two parties ostensibly appealed to the Eentimeut of the American people. The.. Democratic appeal was in good faith; it appears that the Republican appeals was fraudu lent; if public srntimcn approv ed the course of the Republican leaders, well and good; it public sentiment disapproved, then, in language ascribed by tradition to a grc.at financier, "The public be d-d-" Nat. Dem. TnE Manufacturers Record of Dec. 6' says: Notwithstanding the money stringency which temporarily retards all new eu terprisesand approach of the sea son when business men are gen erally more intent upon closing up the years work than in enter ing upon new engagements, the industrial development of the South shows continued actiyity. There is, u fact, but littlw indi cation of any halting in the mrch of progress, except here and there projected enterprises may be temp )rarily dehyed by the tightness ot money matters in the North, but the prospects are very favorable for an easy mony market in January and then we may leasonably lowk for a very marked "increase iu the movement of capitol South, Du ring the past week many import ant enterprises-hod improve ment companies, town "buildings companies and manufacturing concerns hav been organized. American. A 15A11GA1N. I have several wr 11 located and desirable town lota for sale at a bargain. Also a good dwelling bouso in perfect repair, six rooms oncnvenift'y arranged, nice grounds and out houses, large cistern-will be Sold cheap. it. Geo. MesUr' NASI SVf LLC Bailv American FOR 1S00. LIVLIEST rAPJiH IX TENS ES E MEMBER OF THE A3SQiateJ Press! Usiitcd Pi cssland Press Kev3 Aisotiationl; Employs More (special Corres pondents Than Any Other Paper in Tenn. Pays More Money for news than in? olh-r paper in Tenneasee. I'rinls more estate ncui i i every. . Trun. In Fact fit I A Renos o! the News oi the World Every Cay fa tha Tear. The American IS A nmrnrni t m tj a t-i.-it urjjijji.. i. ill ijii From ITend Hu!e to Foot liifi, and thoso wlio 'voul l Keep foo ted in rejjiii-d lo Cumut v.uu slituid Subscribe X.av. Ii ate c f S uTj s t r i p ; o n : Ey mail (postal prM) oriv. the o'I mvariuLly in ndvancr. DAILY. One year .$UT'. '.h ro: ll s Sf,". lhr" months $2.50 one m-jiuh Fuels. SUNDAY OMITTED. Ona yenr$0. six niomhs $',Z0 thrcr mouths !f2. one month 75m. WEEKLY. One year $1. six months oOcts. th months 2octs. Sunip'e copiwes fre on application. Address. TIIKA31EBICAX. Nashvilo Tenn for and FOR Forty Years THE I For Sale BY ALL Liniment DRUGGISTS, A COTTON STRIKE "Mo, Boss I'll 7ori no more, 'less you weigh your Cotton cn aJONES 5Ton Cotton Scalcdjj IXT CHEAPEST BUT BEST. m Beam Box. Tart Beam, Freight raid." For terms address, JONES OF BINGHAMTON, bixgiiaeton, n. y. A. St.fwart. Atmrnoy-at-Lsw V LuwrtiiCPhiirj;, Tenn. i ) tl. litm'.. Aftornev-at-Lnw. Olli f 1 nnflh-:mi comer Ci court-house. uj'etRi"a, L..y lenpi burK, Term. V. 6:7!ini. .Iinige of Ouat Onur" Wil) be found t't thoo ude of Hn o iriiitj- coin i clerk ovory Alondity. "Cf'-r 15. A. Tiuslt-y, pltysic 1 i'.:d ttirf fiij,)fi'c!-ii Lis iV"fosHoi'.a- scrvicrs to ,lif- pt.ook1 of LnwriMicH lnirtr : i 1 1 vicitjify. O.'iico over ivu ' Drug Moiv. f H. McKf -yf A.l.o-ney t-ljinv. Wuy ) hind Sprnt.-,j. TtMin'. VVi! I nu-tioc in nil I'oiirti. ol Lh w renr5 v. hdjoin itg cinnuiPii. Tiou'pt at:envi"i) pven tofolleotiona. U-2('-ly. Crane. Real Estate Agftit, oiKiiUtv of titiibpi-fd lnndt. Furnished tiiolnvi for !iii)! ''"Ml Af!Bl in (ro-r-uniip low rntc of freight. Corn sjiorulnnoff solicited. J -2-tf . S. P.. Ileib.'U. 3. A.McMackin. ih-Iiim 1 li-ilir-i-l. llAlliifti.v Vi!l;U',d Spi iiiiis'l cut). Oir.-r tl-eir piof.sional sorviefs to cliU Cili.ecH of Wiiyliind SpriiigK, Iron Oi'y iti-d Hurr imdiiif; country. Prompt iiitcntioii will be given to ti tlior vitiv or ii i ;ht c:As. 4 :o S3. 1 yr. liLACJsSITH'S COAl.-. If you v.,u ; ri-,c ilcs-i 15lH'-UimUl.ir p ('"' inrbc s' ;i i- f"iA yonrordi-r toV. K. llv.'C.p for h'cvir.ice Conl. Trice 50 cr., ) er l.'brl. 0::1ch 14 West 7tb St. f'( i p1i:i,T'i,ii. ANi Nut Coal f. r i .mi y um-, t lo-.vcs prices. D3 Y3U SSTtSa TS BUILD? S et "Hrnrfl.lvl.m t i"t I'nnwsf," rilU It. i for 1WJ 'vOIU.HH OIIalvCEIlY LAND SALE.' Y'n. Ptiii s c'a's .1 T Eilci-3 c tals. Iu li!;-' rnuw uiid'T the or'er:-! ff he court herein nt last term I will on SATURDAY Drc. 0, IS'JO. i pro.'-pf.1, to fo'.l at lie cn'n-t h'ii;e in i.a, rei ci uiii'-JT n. j. u.u- rei 's !;!t- x.wit t; Fiiriii liiinNosi, '4ist c'tr-e In j .V of lb Ciinniii Ciii.ln he Uoiii' !'.. cl .v.-ocin.'.io : hots Nf , ft'-, 0(5, 74, 7". i- 2nd ''vi. inn of tnid hinds iind U tf N s u, !. fC, :;2.iu:d 42. in t'ne Urd (iiii--n of naid la ikIh. TERMS : Credit cf 12 mos free from tho tqcity of ndeniption. Note wiih twoso.vc-iit sureties required of pureh aser and 1.'. n retained, V. T. Nixon, C,& M. : NON REblDENT NOTICE. W. J. Staggs elal3 vs . M. J Brauch etnls. In Clinc3rv at Lawrenceburg, Tenn. It pppenring to m from the Bd' of roraplaintant which is sworn to that Win Brat.ch is a non resident of the ftate of Ten uessee and tb.at his whereabout are not known the complts, and canuot b apoertaioed by the most diligent inquiry; that J W McMil ion and E. Mc Million are no:: residents of the state of Ten nespee and citiz?n3 of Webb ccunty State of Texas so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served en them It therefore ordered by roe that publicntion for said noa res Ucnts be ma-le in the Lawrence Democrat for four consecutive w'eks the last of which shall be one week before the 2nd Monday in Dec 1890 requiring said de lenaants to be and appear on said 2bd Monday iu Dec 1890 at the courthouse in Lnsrence burg and plead answei oi demur to the Bill of complaint fwbich is to fell the McMillioa home tract for partition among the children of Cynthia A McMillion subject to her lifteftate) within the lime allowed by law or the same will be taken for copfe srd against them and set forhearirg xpaile WTX:xonC&M J B Bund, Solr r Vi.iT "ipwi -.l-mvOkU U wi-i b i -i 1 f. M fcllf f ? Vt-f'9'5M ran rliu l'..ui. t lor iwwj-voni.m. . . '. . r- iS ifPz& , 7W'S ilec'v p'ri; Ran'?, 15 !-. Z"' m i.u; aad Anic ten a yenrs ego. rj ocnoj eie-iy--" i"''-. of -chose plaoss hadsnciinotural atlTatifc -.0. th M . m i ii ti v. q p. i,H li k h Wmmt3Mmm CAPITAL STGCK'$1.3G0.000. ' ACHIGACO IWSIS1. Tha lawrenceburff Land Co. rcorsrar- ised in tho Hortli we,ct vith millions cf capita! at its back GREAT PALE OFLOTS AT LAWRENOE- Excursion Rates from all local Toiiils., Excursion trains direct from the A'orih MANAGEMENT. An aHoj&onrd cf Directors Iaelzed "by Hid following. ADVISORY BOARD. HII LEIIT E. POIITEK, Attorney at Law, Chicigo, J. F. JOHNSTON, rrthidi'iit First National Di nk, Iiirniiugham, Ala. V. A. EVKHM AN, ltcal E. late, Mem phis, Tonn. J. A. J A KSOX, tt-al E.tate, Dei Moines, Iowa. If. 15. SOW ELL, C junty Surveyor for Lawrence County, Lawrenceburg, Tenn- JOHN L, CAESOX. 1' resident Chicago t IVestern f-diana Rail Road Co., Chicago 111. JOHN A.EaTON. Vice Prcsir nt FHrmcrs Bank, Vinfield, Kan. T. E. bU'l'EPAKEl?, T mcr tudeUker llioa. 3Ifg. Co,, Chicago, 111. A. V. CLE BBS, lVr.8.ic:,la. Fin. FRVNKLIX A. HEAD. Chiciyo, !1). CHARLES J. LEWIS, Real Hjtato, Ham his, Tenn. J. II, LA KIN. Vioe President Bunk of West Union, Went Union, Iowa. E. C. McDO ATF. i.L, Attoj ney at Law, Na-b ville, Tenn. CHARLES SYKES, Clm,h;er Mechanics Having Bunk and Trust Co., CIIAB..ESA MILLER. S ulh Bend. Jnd. Stock iildcrs in 10 cr ihz giicccs3 ISXAWKENOEBUBG will be a b c go3 a3i.iawrencob"arg f.li, rmnl n rl js. ccjlai. iiawiy yiJU.v aiuyi T'X'Jl'll C3 f"? C A T "P -.J.-o.wj.utJOi C:ir. Ibid cii'foi.h.i'l.. intone and two year?, with (! icicint. inicnt. Ever; 1 -ii.rL;,M r of lot.-, nt thsale v,id be ma.U a Mockbo.dwi.i the co )i-,vnv an ! cn.itl ,1 ,o a vo'ce io the niM.ngenc nt of iU affairs. ' Sal begins ul 12 o'clock HEYDAY, Ni.'V. ISth LAYf IUSXCEjjUIiCi --AAH) I vAii 1 . Ur ll:oui C3, Ibb Lf.;-boni, 6. CLi-;ag', 111. -WILLIAMS, PEASE & .-r-.ffl. . i "r-a- u m 11UL No. 2, 4, 6 and 8, Eighth street, Corner Fifth and Main. Columbia, Tennessee. Is carrying a FULL and COMPLETE STOCK of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. Would respectfully request meichants before purchasing elsewhere to call and EXAMINE AND COMPARE PRICES. WE CAH MAKE IT TO YOUR INTEREST. M. J. R1CHARBSDNS flARDWARE STOSSE, WEST SIDE OF THE; SQUARJ3, LAWRENCEBURG, : TENN. Now Contains Everything In The Hardware Line Needed By the People. Come around and fit your Plows, Hoes, Locks, Nr.i!3, Tlow Gear, Bridles, ic. &c. ALL GOODS SOLD CHEAP FOR THE MONEY- !: t a ci u l: lt miss states, all work's oi theS company. n - .Ti' .". ... . . . . . . lJukliJUJ JU.'J UiUI , LAXT)AN3MINEAli iuv J1jJUJ;U- 1j.iS BAX FEU, manager. y&v bki .wm ej k esi hi ti Trace-Chains. Harrow NEW DRTTG HOUSE. - -o- Hi 1. Having pnrclnwd tho Dr. W. W.Nen stock cf Drills and Other goods, wifh to y that we havo dispoaod all old stock and have a New and Pure stock. of Ds-Ufs, Paintu, Oils, Stationary Ourstockof Books and if '))Uueous Article i : Complete. ff"A full stock of all kinds of Pipes, Cigars and Tjbr.ecocs. The patro;: .e of all old customers in solicited and as an inducement to new ones we say we will sell goods A3 CHEAP AS ANY HOUSE East ide c oer square and E. St. A. L. FARMEP, "-'"" "T 'liinj. uc.inii vuii. Korl-k. Vu,.n,le.ol. u ,r .,k,r .,.. . .,! ,,,nr lit,,, lo ll. ork. Tkl. I. .! jmi.l ,ww I. ..I..HKI I.H..W n oadnbl t,.mrv wo'k'r. l,',''',",",r.",r m'v"" " t'-'" l'"-k dumnU. Uw.il.lUm I UK. -i-ltl JHi.llsn, MU: MONUMENTS CHEAPER TKAN'EVEP. piPParties desiring work in his line, will do well to see W C. Speueo, who represents th Memphis Marble Works, Morris Bio's., Memphis Tenn. Monu ments, Tablets, Head-stones, etc, from the best Italian. Rutland aud Variegated Tennessee Mar bles. All sold very choap and Mr. Spence superintends the set ng of ad work soli by him. ..,, M..,T snv.,,.,;,,,v,, fy&AA .... '. i.-" v J--;i"M A4.,.i4 .. v 1 ''.".'!'.' "I i ,i- v -C oi yf-. - i ' ;. i.. rVli? ri: ''n .. '.'i.MI.Ivf ki tt .i i, .jitiu.nA t .i) "l( l-'lll 'll. I V -:. i.-i VjfcS "I'M "'"I !wciira CHSOAGO ttr i r. Fi AT THB , try V Fk AT ms l.7 t"i k OrricrR o rJCENT PFR WEEK, OR 4.3) I Pi: i.-. A.nXl'M. I 1 Til-- Wcrahl Cira.innr m-xko-, u:M ; outHi-l . no b:.isi of wh-lt it tviil .1.-- 'xii'ifls ti win snnvirt, thmni'i i m"v Kl U"x '"' x '" I vTIIn.;, Hit ivdl not iiln, t'ne r i!n of iirU "o I pin." It bei'iov-fs .hat it 'ill ru.idIv i ion.j f.-. w-itit, ind till a linlJ Ion u i- j Hi-.d l.ri.-stii-n'.iii ui will be to j ii ii rat im a ivcly.aid i 1 1 upb-iiM: n-r t ie m.uei'i il intri- 'st of oar r-ity an-1 -iuto. It will er.deavor to issu' ehvm newspaper, one that may s. , rfly i-nt r any h(m ) in theland. It iimanii hopes to win tho friendship o! the publio. as on this .uoae if aei.iuw -o uct ts A - ven n, . 18.1 -iilj IV! r- $38001 tench miy fairly iuicHf(r.-iil p mmurrillirr A "VK AK I 1 nnVrtktA.rUfl ,wnornn rnai mm Mrtto, end wlnt iTiuitrui'tloti.w Ul vork (itduttrtnuBlv. '"nniwoiuiei.wiur'rfiiey nvr.i will Alto ftimlh the H tun lion or eniplovment.nt w hi. u yu mn Mm (lint nnuMin. No muiiey for nn' nut. m BUn-fSHlnl na eb..rr. Knily dim) qulrklr lrn)fl. I ilinlnt hut onr worlur fVom enrh rllntdrl or county I hsreelMdy tnttp.it find i,rvMcl with piiii1ormrNt Mips nuniHiT, who nre mnkhtff over .H'o n TPjtrtnt-h. it f w VJd J?0-1;1 fftlfttliim K ll. A,ldn-- r nnr. mi 5 S ifi B i? 1 ''" m xnr lliifi of work, B s i t C , ' lld '' tf 3 iS i fl 5- H :ci.., i. .riluyHT..JUr o ifmn. The EXAMINER (P. O. Vox 3i). NEW YORK CITY. The Leading Baptist Newspaper, Published at 7r Dollars a Year. Will be sent on s. 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