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VOL. I CAMDEN, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1890. NO. '.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
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CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.
BOARD OP DIRECTORS
J. II. Farmer, B. F. Ilatley, ' W. H. Meadow, Alex. Afiarns,
W. G. Ilatloy, Simon Nobles, A. J. Farmer. A. 0. Mcltao,
T. C. Rye, II. F. Stigall, D. M. Farmer, M. A. Ilatley,
J. N. Simp.son. B. F. Ross, A. R. Carnes.
J. II. Farmer, President. II. F. Stigall, Vice-President. A. C. McRao, Cashier.
lleceives deposits, ma lies loans, and. does a general lauliing business.
Prompt attention given collections. 1 : tf.
Dry Goods and Notions.
HEREIN & BATEMAN,
Clothing, Hats and Caps,
and General Merchandise.
SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE, CAMDEX, TENNESSEE.
laents fop S
I. W. Brill Shoes.
We also carry a line of Staple Groceries.
Drugs, Medicines, etc.
H W MANNON
FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE
-AVILL BE SENT-
TO ANY ADDRESS THREE MONTHS
3 EST ,p3
GIVE IT A THREE MONTHS TRIAL!
DR. E. M. M'AULEY,
OFFICE OVER McDAXIEL & FRY'S STOKE
Will hereafter spend the first and third weeks
of each month in Camden; the second week at
Dig Sandy; and Uie. loiulli nt Iloll.uUiy. (i.Gm.
J)ll. K. B. THAVIS,
OFFICE AT J. K. TOTTY'S DRUG STOKE,
J. A. CLEMENT. I- L. HAWKINS.
CLEMENT & HAWKINS,
Attorneys at Law,
Will practice in all thecomas of Kenton Cotinty
,ul tl'J si'pWiue court ol Tennessee. CulMUm
. 1.. It .- J .1 J .
S. L. PEELER,
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE AT THE COURT-HOUSE.
Will Kive c;irefnl attention to all business en
listed to my ca
trusted to inv care. Collections a specialty
Also insurance ajieni lor Jvnoxv uiu una oincr
Mrs. Nattie Travis is quite sick
with the fever.
Very few people have "been in
shopping this week.
William Farmer paid McKenzie
a hurlied visit Sunday.
AV. B. Tickers, of near EnJ.oe,
was in the city Monday.
Col. John A. Barnes, of near Big
Sandy, was in town Monday.
AV. II. Mannon went to Nash
ville "Wednesday on business.
Professor Sin Clair, of McKen-
zie, was in the city Wednesday.
Sheriff Rushing has had the
court houso well cleaned out and
Work on the new bank building
will be commenced during the
Malarial fevers are beginning to
make their appearance on the wa
Prof. Ah. Baber, of Holladay,
was mingling with his Camden
Next Thursday is election day.
The Democratic nominees are con
fident of success.
A great deal of stave timber is
being delivered at the stave factory
in South Camden.
Miss Fannie Travis visited friends
at Huntingdon Wednesday, to re
main several days.
J. T. Bowles is having his resi
dence repaired and other needec
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. B. Lewis
went to Chattanooga last week, re
turning home Sunday. ,
Thomas H. Bateman Tias moved
into his new residence near Brook
lyn Heights, on Paris street.
Several wagon loads of leaf to
bacco have been delivered at this
market during the past week.
A. C. McRao his moved into his
uew residence in the south part o
town, near the Benton Seminary
Quito a number from this place
attended the singing services at
Pleasant Talley Church Sunday
Tho public singing at the Meth
odist Episcopal Church, South
Wednesday evening was largely
Mr. and Mrs. Ben. F. Ilatley are
spending a few days this week in
the southern part of the county
Mrs. Charley Holland, residin
in the vicinity of Cowell Chape
is slowly recovering from an attac
of typhoid fever.
The Ciironice will ho full-tizo
next week, but will not bo issuet
until the official returns of the
election can bo given.
U. A. Potts, tho accommodatin
traveling salesman for Johanboke
A Sons, hatters, Louisville, Ky.,
was in the city yesterday.
There seems to bo a dearth of
spring chickens in the country.
At least very few have been sold
on the market at this place.
Tho citizens of tho Big Sandy
neighborhood contemplate organ
izing a Buchanan club on the night
of August 8, iu the eighth civil
Tho following couples have so
cured license to marry fcineo our
J. W. Matheny and Belle Trip.
John Lynch and Elizabeth
A. M. Cooley and Julia Utley.
H. G. Earp and T. E. Barnes.
Died in Texas.
Mr. James Yarbrough, son of
Mrs. Mary Yarbrough, of this
place, died of consumption nt Dal
las, Tex., last Friday. His remains
were brought to Camden, arriving
Thursday morning, and were in
terred in Camden cemetery in the
Mr. Yarbrough was raised in
Camden, but had lived in Texas
several years previous to his
leath. Ho was unmarried, and
eaves a mother, three brothers,
and one sistor to mourn his death.
Another Killing at Paris.
Oar sister town of Paris still
lolds her own in tho way of mur
ders, the last having occurred
Wednesday morning. Two youths
John Head and Clinton Dunlap,
aged seventeen and nineteen, re
spectively, becamo engaged in a
quarrel, and Head drew his pistol
and fired at Dunlap killing him in
stantly. The parties are highly
connected. Head being tho eldest
Hon. Lewis T. Baxter was nom
inated Wednesday as the Repub
lican candidate for L'overnor of
A CONVENTION of colored reform
ers met in Nashville Tuesday. Tl ie
convention condemned the forcr
bill, but endorsed the Harrison ad
The relations between Harrison
and his Secretary of State, J ames
(J. .Blaine, is said to be strained.
It is likely Mr. Blaine will resign
in tho near future.
Throughout Arizona, Colorado.
New Mexico, and in Mexico no
rain .has fallen for month's, -ami
thousands .of cattle are ljing dead
in the parched valleys, mid .then
sands. more are 'dying for want oi
gress and water.
The election bill before 'Con
gress has, more than anything else,
helped to cement tho Democratic
party of tho South. It seems that
every effort the Republicans make
to break the solid South tends to
make it mare solid.
The Republican party went out-
sido the constitution to free the
to strengthen and secure
itself in power it enfranchised the
negro; and with the presumption
of Satan, it has tried to enforce
negro supremacy, socially and po-
litirnllv. mi t,ltr u-lirriinlr nf rim
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bon ox o onn o. xxeau m o u, uu, goutk Aml &1
nioi-f u.iila nr f.hfi n no. ..... .... . . ,
L - with t in nt.mr pnimneilut lmrcrm.
' ' 1.1. U.UUVA Klllll V. y ' t V J 1 1. - J V.,,11
t.iinift .n pntprlnin fnwnvil ih( Smith
ot general Atkins, ami a nepnew QrQ
ox me iie ol ruvemor x oner
in tho South, southern bom men,
who affiliate cheek, by jowl, Avith
this same Republican party. They
remind us. most sensibly -of. u,:ji.nm
ber of men who lived in this coun
try during the reign of King Grorge.
The third quarterly conference
of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
South, for the Camden circuit, will
be held at Mount Carmel, August
J anil 6, lbJU. As a general thinsr the or
x v..m- liepubiicon representatives in
den circuit will commence with the Congress aro refusing to b.ome
quarterly conteronce, at tlie -follow- candidates for .re-election. TheV
ing places: can not face their constituents on
Morris Chapel, second Sunday tueir despieoblo record in tho pres.
in August; i'ost-oaK,inetmmoun- ent Congress. They know that
day; Shiloh, the fourth Sunday; luey wouid i,e buried beneath nn
Cowell Chapel, the tilth bunday; avalajiclie of votes of nn outraged
uioeny, ino urbt oumiuy m constituency. During the next
tember; lethlehem, the second canllmiK .new mell bo 1ut iu
Sunday; and Camden, the third tlie ticld wlo can uot ;,0 charged
Sunday. with the irin.my of the present
Uear brethren, l ,uvo rnncio membcrs, and they will endeavor
these appointments with a desire to gull the people in this way, and
to suit the convenience of as near if ciocted, tho new men will be but
all the people as possible, ami 1 lhe tools oE the boys03 nuJ px.ovo
hope that everybody will be lve- Us bad or worse than their prede
pared to do their part m this work, cossorSi
and expect a great revival.
Asserts His Democracy.
AVay, Texx., July 29, 1890.-I
see an article in The Chronicle
E. O. GEOHGE,
Attorney at Law, district
Mrs. Dora Graham, of Houston,
Will practice in all tlie courts of lienfon and T(,v who hnq been snendiii!? sev
ndioini!i counties and in the Supreme Court ol -LlA, " uu lms u(-'-u hl--m"b Htv"
leiincssec. . tlK.-cuu aueuuon given cum mis. erftl wecjg nt Monteaglc, Visited
relatives at this place the first cf
Old Newspapers. tho week.
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V egetabies and truit are scarcer
NEWSP APERS in tliis market than ever known le
fore. The protracted dry weather
has absolutely destroyed the vege
THIS OFFICE! tabic
r "nn ens.
Cexsus Commissioner Pouteu
is meeting with much trouble and
annoyance in his census work. At
tho beginning the popular opinion
was against lvim,.pnd it was gener
ally believed that the censv' wfMild
m t i -iii j l ii
ol duly litn trying to Keep me be jnanjpuiatcd by liiru for p.Mli-
voters ol this county irom voting snn ournoses. and his work was
their sentiments. Llncr.lv woll fi tl: dt ;
1 have good reasons tor not be- tho ln rre cities eSpeciallv. When
ing a candidate before the primary. tll0 omimerat0rs began makin
ill j.j T J I
Ananas ior mo getting jjemocranc tlloir reports anj ti10 i;sts wore
votes, l Know mat i am not mis- b,iD foototi ft storm of 5mli,r.
taken as to that I will get as good nation niul Objoctions to the enu-
fx J 1 ii Jill rf
democratic votes as xue one mat 4U r.0r,-, fv,,,,, oil w4i,
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1.'V' UU I, i. J Jjll UU. V. X U,tl MXJ. Kf T A-U l I J r
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x ivpiLunj bunvii, int. '" cities was taken that showed iri eat
of Lentou County. I think 1 have tl cmlm01,ltion i)V ,,
the same right mat the nominees Government, and petitions were
1 1T11 Kil l A
nave, ana i heard one ot mem say gout iu for rocountS( nnj tilose
that he wanted all the votes no titions ar0 Btm bcing sont in j
count get wmte or oiacK. instances a re-count has been
in , i i i I
t0T me not democrat, anoweii an(i tbo result has shown
T 1 IT i 1'C
i saui was, ana x sny so jti, ami u the ilicorroctness of the first comit
it takes a sacrifice of principle to il111oste.vvvipstnfo. Altlu.n-h
i i . , i j . in .. - T .1 j. I
retaaum county omce, x oo noi Uio commipsioir mav hav tri.,1
a Democrat or a Republican from
l? V Datiiwon-
to have have the work correclly
done, yt't a streug suspicion exi v
that tlv Ci-uii.iS i-- beiii iuanii'.
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