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VOLUME IX.
LAWRENCEBURG. TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, OCT. (5, 1893.
NUMBER 51.
Iie Jlemncraf,
ESTABLISHED 1831.
CITY OF LAWRENCEBURG,
Entered as atcnnd clast viailmat
Ural the, Lwrenceburg, lenn ,post-office.
Subscription per. year,
Six monti,
Three months,'
1.00.
50ets.
25cts.
All Communications intended for
publcation must be accompanied by the
writers name and address, not for pub
lication, but as an evidence of good
faith. .
Parsons writing to the paper on buni
iicm, pergonal to themselves will please
inclose stamp for reply.
We rctterve the right to abridge, re
err or reject any matter sent us republication.
AN KOUNCEMKMTS .
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
VOTER: Before casting your bal
lot for the office of Probate Judge of
Lawrence County, at the coming Au
gust election, pleirse Inquire as to my
qualifications, and, if satisfactory, cast
your vote for me, and accept the thanks
of
D. Buchanan.-
We are authorized to announce Jno.
B. Kennedy as a candidate for re-election,
for Circuit court clerk, of Law
rence county, election first Thursday
in August 1894.
We are authorized to announce J. A.
Springer as a candidate for re-election
for Trustee of Lawrence county, elect
ion first Thursday in August 1894.
- We are authorized to announce J. M.
Alfordasa candidate for re-election
for County court clerk of Lawrence
county, election firt TuuraJay iu Au
gust 1894.
W are authorized to announce O. W.
finnders, as a candidate for re-cllcction
to the office of Register, of Lawrence
county. Election first Thursday iu
AugiiKt, 1894.
A. STEWART,
" Attorney at Law,
Lawrcnccburg, - - Tcnn.,
R.KING,
" Attorney at Law
Lawrenceburg, - - Term.
r II.MCKEY,
I.
Attorney at Law
Iron City, Tennessee.
s
IMMS & WILLIAMS,
Attorneys at Law,
Lawrenceburg, Tcnn
J D. BURCII,
Attorney at Law.
Collecting a Specialty.
Ethridge, Tennessee.
D
R. A. 8. DUVAL,
DENTIST .
Office Over Lawrence Bank & Trust Co.
Lawrcnccburg Tcnn.
j-j R. B. A. TINSLEY,
FHY8ICIAN A SURGEOK
Office East Side Square
Lawrenceburg, Tcnn-
O. BILLS,
S. L. Chafin, gave us a call Sat
urday. Oscor Krescc, of St. Joseph, was
in town the first of the week.
R. L. Usery, of Seven, was in to
see us Saturday. ,
When you want a first class
SHAVE, call on John II. Fields.
Sam, and Dan Smith, of Pleas
ant Point, gave us a call Monday,
Legal blanks of all kinds for sale
at the Democrat office.
N. H. Locke, was in town the
first of the week.
ColumbusRhodes, of West Point
was in the burg Monday.
Kronk keeps saddles, and
them cheap. Give him a call.
sells
P. G. Harrison, was among our
many callers Monday.
W. A. Gable, of Venus, was in
to sec us the first of the week.
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION!
We need the money, and must
have it.
J. C. Dickey, of Ethridge, gave
us a pleasant call Monday.
Miss Lizzie Simms, spent sever
al days with friends in Summer
town last week.
Kronk keeps the best assortment
of Groceries in town.
After we went to press last Fri
day. Will Rich ter, passed quietly
to the realm of spirits. He suffered
untold misery from the shots fired
into his body by Joe Simms, and
finally nature gave way, and'Rich
is no more.
Had you heard of it? or do you
know the man that wrote "Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay,"
"The Man in the
Moon," or "After the Ball is over?"
If you have not, if you owe M.
S. McDougal any thing, call and
settle your account, and he will tell
you all about it, or write you a
new piece A Receipt.
Kates To World's Fair,
May be too high for some of ' our
people, but if you want Cooking
and Heating Stoves, House-Furnishing
Goods, Granite-ware, Stone
and Queensware, Cutlery, Lamps,
and Lamp Goods, at Rock Bottom
prices, call at Schadc & Son's. Their
selected stock for 1893-4 is the best
ever offered this 6ide of Nashville.
You will regret it, if yon don't
patronize them when needing any
thing in their line, 4t
Agate Ironware can be had
cheap at Kronk's.
SALT1 SALT1 A car load of
Salt at Barnctt & Schlaters. Spec
ial rates in quantities, or to merchants,
THIS
8
J.C
STEW
M. J. Richardson a interest in:
family came in from Nash vim
last Saturday. Mr. R will cine
four students at the Lawrcnccburg
Institute.
Candidates wishing to announce,
will please accompany their an
nouncements with the cash.
When you think of subscribing
for a paper, remember that you
can get the Lawrence Democrat,
and Atlanta Constitution for 1.50
a year. Subscribe now!
Position-. Guaranteed.
If you will take a full course in Book
keeping, Shorthand and Typewriting in
Draughon's Consolidated Practical
Business College, Nashville, Tenn., you
will on entering be guarenteed a good
position. If you cannot take two
branches the next best thing is to enter
for Book-keeping, Short hand, Type
writing or Te egrephy. Send for cat
alogue. Address, J. F. Draughon, Pres.,
Nashville, Tenn.
SALT! SALT!! SAT.T!!!
Cheaper than ever before.
After considering the prcsiye ol
noney matters, we have decided to
to reduce the price of our salt from
75 to 1.70 ncr Bbl. Call and
cc us before you buy.
M. Richardson & Co.
Wantedl A few good farms to
sell on commission, terms reason
able. Call on or address King,
Aueeth & Co., Lawrenceburg, Tennessee.
SALT! SALT! A car load ol
Salt at Barnett & Schlaters. Spec
ial rates in quantities, or to merchants.
A. M. Thigpen, wife and little
daughter, of Good Springs, Tenn.,
uive been visiting the family of
C. M. Joiner, this week.
W
NOTARY PUBLIE
"MB in Register's office. All business
promptly attened to.
J W. HARMON,
DENTIST
Office North Side Square
Office hours from 8 a. m. to 12 and
from 1 p. m. to 6 p. ra.
LEGAL BLANKS.
This office has a large stock of legal
blank. The county officials, when in
need of such, should call at the Demo
crat office.
FRANK PETHICEK,
- BLACKSMITH
All kind ef Iron Work done ith
oratnesl and prompters. Morse shoeing
a speciality.
on North Military St.
When work on the new jail com
menecs; it may be, that some of us
may witness the building of our fu
ture home.
Our County Trustee, J. A. Sprin
','cr s report ws received by the
county court, and found after all
charges against him on county, rail
road, highway, school and State
tax; that he is ahead $402,G5.
-I. -- i . .
B. M. Childs is wearing a broad
smile, its a boy.
C. W. Riddle, of Lorctto, gave
us a call Thursday.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
According to previous announce
ment, special services will be held
at the C. P. Church, next Sunday
Oct. 8th.
The holy sacrament will be ad
ministered at the morning service
after which, a church meeting wil
beheld. Every member, and al
who are specially interested in the
future work of this church, are ex
pected to remain for the after ser
vice.
Rev. G. W. Mitchell, D. D. wil
conduct the services morning and
evening.
J. M. Ashford,
Pastor,
Miss Bettie Gray, cf Sandyhook
i attending her sister, Mrs.
W. Simr? J, who i Terr r;c!;.
Dr. W.' A. II. Coop, late of Nash
ville but now of this vlace, has
moved into the Mcster Hotel
The Dr. came here to send his chil
drcn to thn Lawrenceburg In-iti
tute. We gladly welcome the Dr.
nd his interesting family into our
midst.
ART'S
C0Lili.ii'.
II FILL
Hi
CloMl
con lau
ii till 'Mill Mi
THE RACKET.
Pins, let, a paper, Needles let, Bot
tle black ink 2cts, Sewing machine
oil 3cts, Shoe polish 6 to 9cts, Curry
combs 3, 7, to all steel at 14cts, Ladies
ribbed vests 8, 12 & 14cts, Mens suspen
ders at 4, 9. 10, 14, 18 & 24cts, Mens
soek s4, 6, 7, 8, 9 & 27cts, Ladies hose at
5, 8, 9, & 24cts, 24 Envelopes 2cts, Good
paper 3cts, per qr., Spool thread 2ots
Machine thread 3ct.
POT CASH AND ONE PRICE TO
ALL.
Next door to Cloud's Barber Shop.
THE RACKET.
rocenes
Lt o. jmi?VHY
South Ea.t Cor. Sq :are,
Lawrenceburg Tenn,
CLUBBING RATES
un r.
z-KXur.z
Mrs. P. W. Simms is still veiy
ow with lung trouble.
The terrible cyclone which swept
over portions of Lousiana and Ala
bama last Monday, left desolation
in its path; thousands were killed
and drowned. Telegraph wires are
down, and full particulars can not
be had, but on one small island, in
habited by 700 people, only 30 souls
survived the terrific storm.
MORE CANDIDATES!
We this week announce Schade
Bros, candidates for public patron
age. I heir store, a lew icei irom
the square, on North Main street,
is filled with fresh and choice gro
ceries, meats, lard, flour, glassware
and notions.
They have put prices within the
reach of everybody. Give them
trial when in town. One pifrchase
will induce vou to call again.
ON S!Lr. ' AT '
J. C. STEWART'S.
We do not expect to SUIT the
whole world,; but we are going to
do our "LEVEL BEST" to SUIT
our port ion of it; if carrying a larpe
and well selected stock of CLOTH
ING with FAIR DEALING, and
PRICES that can not be LOWER
ED by nny one will do the work.
Profits on every thing will be
trimmed DOWN to suit the pres
ent times.
Every department of my Store,
which consist's of CLOTHING,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
SHOES, BOOTS, HATS,
UMBRELLA'S, and furnishing
goods of various kinds, will be ns
complete as it is possible to make
it.
The reputable and well known
R. N. Locke, who needs no further
reccommendation,) and myself arc
the salesmen, and everybody will
be treated as near aliKe, as it is
possible to do so.
Very Respectfully,
J. C. Stewart,
I will sell my entire Photograph
Gallery to any one, and learn them
the trade free of charge. Call and
see me at once, for I will leave
town in ten days if I do'nt sell.
J. A. Brickcl.
Patronize home industry, and
have vour iob work done at the
Lawrence Democrat Job Office,
work done neat, cheap, and
promptly.
Do Yon Want a Situation?
Attend this Business college. Busi
ncss is reviving, and it is asked, "where
must I cet a business educationf ' For
thoroughness of course, cheapness of
rnaL and hiflrh honors attend tne re
nowned commercial college of Kentucky
University, Lexington, Ky. Frof. W-
R. Smith, after sending the summer at
the world's Fair as State Commissioner
and Juror of Awards of Commerce,, etc.
has commenced his 18th year as Presi
dent of this College, write to Trof,
Smith for circulars. Sec advertisement
a aaathzrcrlraa.
In order to increase the circula
tion of the Democrat, we have made
arrangements with the following
leading newspapers, that will ena
ble us to send to any address, the
Atlanta Constitution, and the Law
rence Democrat, one year for $1.50,
or the Nashville American, and
the Lawrence Democrat, one year
for $1.65, or the New York World,
and the Lawrence Democrat, one
year for $1. Go.
Are ydu a subscriber? if not sub
ribe now, and take advantage of
this extra offer.
All who pay their subscription
for last year are entitled to the ben-
fit o.s this offer. Wo would ask
that all who owe us for their sub
scription, will come forward
and settle, and take advantage of
the above otter. IJy pay ma vour
subscription, you get the benefit of
this offer, as though you had first
ubscribed.
Address The Democrat,
Lawrenceburg, Tenn.
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SUBSCRIBE NOW.i
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J. It. MORRIS, PRO.
DETIS CONNECTION MEALS SERYEDO
HaTAT ALL HOURS-!
Cor. Square and Watterloo St.
See special bar
gains in this spaoe
nest week.
will
our
ST. JOSEPH.
Ed.Democka:
After waiting some time, I
give you a lew items irom
flourishing little village.
The Box, and Ice Cream Supper
given in the interest ot tne new
church last Friday night was
grand success: the boys did their
part well.
Misses Cora and Birdie Killen
of Green Hill Ala. were in attend
ence.
A. J. Amonette, of Wayland
Springs, was in town last week.
R. L. Danlcv. and Wesley Mc
Gee, were in Ala, on legal businc
last week.
Frank Tidwell, was in Iron City
last Friday on business.
J. A. Simms, and M. L. Gower,
passed through our town last week
co route to Irou City.
Luther Horn, and Miss Sallie
Taves. were married at the home
of the bride.
BIG FOUR
I keep in connection with my
Groceries, a large stock of Queens-
ware, which I offer to my custom
crs at greatlv reduced prices.
W. W. Kronk
First class 6taple and fancy Gro
ccrics always on band at
" W. W. Kronk's.
IF YOU WTST T TO BUY
Glass, Sash, Dooits,
LOCKS and FITTINGS.
Han
-:GH0. IpLiK-
My Stock of Coffins and Undertakers Snpplies is now Complete
also keep a Splendcd Hearse. Prices will be moderate in all cases.
MILITARY STEEBT
Lawienceburg,Tenn.
CUT BAKERY
DEALER IN
fSouth West Cof. Public Square.
LAWRENCEBURG. TENN
STJIE LEADING-
Keep in stock always a complete line of cooking and heaf im.
wvwuuuiiuusu lunusning goods. Job work
Give us your orders.
promptly executed.
West Side Square.
cmtxa
M. S. MCDOUGAL'S.
Is Headquarters for the-
HPS TOKIE& BPPIS, WIPS,
CIGARS & BIXjXjIAKID JAIjUi
8-In LAwrcsceburgtBa
The house is a quist and orderly one, and nothi.vg but most pohte
attention goes. When you want to refresh the inner man, or when yi v
want a bottle of something good to carry home, give us a call.
W. R. Kirg,Atty.
L.0. Ausetb.
K. Eritluon.
WANT TO LIST YOUR LANDS TO
SELL ON COMMISSION.
We hire Adrertiaing Agento in the North Wcat, whu me tans to neod
buyer to us, and wa want your lamia at once, so w can get up plate and do
scriptions, that we may be ready for the fall trade. If you have lande to mII,
place it with ue now. If yon want to buy, call on an we have what yon want.
We do a itrictly Comnrissfon-hnsinew, and treat all alike. You know what we
get, this will insure aatisfacUoti to all parties.
L. O. Anseth and K. Eriekson, are both Norwegiana who hare bengal farm
here and are well pleased with Lawrence County.
Call oa ns, or aasd to us for Biaai ContracU, at home offioe. Our terms tr
reasonable
Lavrrcnc sbur z
Tennessee,

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