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THE CHRONICLE,
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CAMDEN, TENN..
bt-JWRirnoN kates.
'hu: dollm- per yciir In mlvinnv; tlltv (cuts for!
ix nionilw; iwciity.hvii ct'ins for three mouths.
MiK CilItoNMl.rc will ho taunt on Kiiil;iv of
pni-Ii y.tu'k. iSn:v,iTl)'.n.s p:iiiHi tn artvuinv,
may w sent, by iio.st-olllro order at our risk.
rstiii!' stauipMirt- not desirable, but when it, is
minl neci-ssary to remit them mt-eeiil htiunps
are ore fcrrcd. .
Agents wani;d to-.soliclt subscrliitUma. Write
fur teniis. etc.
We shjill spare no endeavor to furnislrviilunblo
rending matter to our patrons; ami luie in w,
i'lire lieoi resiionileiit at every post-olliee in Jleii
Uin County tx fitiiiisli.tm with county news.
pPrAVe assume no responsibility for tint-ex.
pressions contained in eoiiiiuuiiicrtitoim appeai
uii; In the colii'iuis of this paper.
Thk ( Httiiviri.K ls'enteretl at the Camden,
1 eiui., post oilUr as second class mail mutter.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
'KlevtUm Orst Tuesday l; November, tsya)
Fur Ciuwrnor:
JOHN P.. BUCHANAN,
of liiithurforri County.
FRIDAY, AOGIIST 211, 1890.
Congressional Committal
The Democratic Executive Com
mittee for this Congressional Dis
trict at a meeting at McKeuzie last
Monday recommended that a pri
mary election-beheld on Saturday,
September 20, 1890, to select a cau
date b represent the Eighth Con
gressional District in the Fifty-second
Congress of the United States;
Political success depends upon
a patient attention to details.
Time can not heal 'everything,
but it will eventually rid the peo
ple of Tennessee of what a prom:-,
nent Republican caIIs. " the one in
describable curse of Tennessee Re
publicanism."' This reference is
to Boss Hour-
Hekry George says that the
saloon power is a corrupt and de
bauching element iii politics, stand
ing ia the way- o all' reform ami
progress. Wo would like to have
his opinion of the American, Con
gress nndvTojt Reed.
The Republicans of Benton
County want the senatorial candi
date to be from Benton, Gentle
men, who will you- place upon the
alter? "W. F. Bauer, who has here
tofore beon' Lacked 'to as the most
available man, will positively de
?line the-nominationv.
A few of .tke- Mugwump papers
give Kellet some good notices as
a candidate for Governor; biit it is
the kind of notice that is likely to
do Kelle Y .more harm than good,
for it will, add - plausibility, to tlfe
charge which has already been made
that he is in alliance with Baxter
tn the fight.
T. H. Baker, jr.. editor of the
Himtingdon. Republ ieaiv, has w ith
drawn from the race for a seat in
the next general assembly. Th
next news- we expect -to -bear -from
Carroll. County is- that Eion Bow,
DEN, colored, is a candidate for leg
islative honors, and that the white
Republicans we rev ripo for. a- bolt
against Bowden..-
TnE most rapidly growing city
in.- the United States within the
pnst dtcade is not to be found in
the Nortliwest. or AVest, as predict
cd, but in . tho- South: Birming
ham, AU., made an increase of 707
per cent, in population in ten years
The- gR.iu-.afc Minneapolis, Mimi.,
was about 210 per cent., and atLo
Angelas, Cah, 305 per cent.
The Government-gives the Stato
of Idho a haudsoma dowry, con
sisting of .r;00,(X)0 acres of land tor
public behools, univorfiity, prison,
insane ,:isyl um,. 4c. Thb land is
not to iKj sold for loss than 810 per
acre, . nd is- therufore valued, at
S5.00U,000. . This is but another
eviden.-3 of, paternalism md a nice
tittl brib'j to: little Idy to, hll
'tU Pieyibliran '-olumn
Tho Gubernatorial Coatest.
There is going j- ne !t' great
campaign.-in Tcrim.HS.'.e this year.
Buchanan, thrt Dem;M-r;tu5 jioini.
nee for Governor,. h a fawner and
a member of the Earners' aud'La
borej H1 Union, and will be imported
by the whole power of. the. Demo
cratic members of. tflw organization.
The attack made on Mr. Buchanan
in the columns of a tew State pa
pers not favorable to bus candidacy-
has given him strength which he
did not possess before they appear-
od. The RenablicariH have, nomi
nated Lewis T. Baxter, who does
not please the "boys." Mr. 1AX-
TEi: 1ms personal' enemies, and en
emies of the Harrison admini.stni.-
tiort, who will try to defeat the
ticket by work inside of the party,
but he is expected to receive the
vote, of-tho "truly loyal." D. C.
Kellf.y, the Prohibition candidate
far gubernatorial honors, is diss;
isfied with everything (and him
self, too), and is affording a deal of
amusement for the Republicans mid
Mugwumps.. The battle will be a
tierce one., but BUCHANAN, can be
safely backed to win.
Political "Knifcra."
We will stite for tiie edification
of an exchange that "kniling" a
candidate is not silly, , but on the
contrary, it is a very dangerous
game- to play. It en n not be played
to any considerable extent without
leaving t races of its method. Party
discipline requires the annihilation
of nil knifers without regard to
parly. A' man has a right to bolt
from a convention from good mo
tives ; when lie refuses to vote, the
fact that he has a personal interest
in the success of the party, puts his
conduct in a worse light, but thero
is nothing manly about tho knifer.
His .-motives are revenue and his
method assassination. When- he
resorts to the knife, in the polit
ical sense of tho term, he becomes
a political outlaw. There are sev
eral political knifers in Tennessee
(they flourish in every county),
and they need branding. They are
a disgrace to tho party to which
hoy belong; . They are true to their
party so long as they can boss it,
and' when they can' not they are
traitors to their candidates: Some
of thoso men have been elevated
ty pi aero - they -disgraced,, and now
prove their unworthine. by their
use of. the knife--
"We- endorse the recent action of
the State Democratic Executive
Committee in its decision against a
joint1- canvass for Governor- Tlio
Democratic ticket will be the draw
ing card in the campaign ; whevover
Mr. Buchanan speaks there will be
a largo crowd, and he alone of al
th e candidates h ouid have th e pi i v-
ilege of add ressing those who gather
to hen r him. A large audience can
Wwell entertained in a two hours
speech by such a man as Mr; Buch
ana N, but would become restless
and perliaps disgusted wlum called
upon to-listen to a trio of speakers
(however entertaining) .for fonror
five hours. Each candidate shouh
mako his own drawing and nddrcsi
those who desire to hear him. 1
he hfiK no following to speak of
only small crowds, it will but show
his true popularity find the weak
ncKH of the cause lie advocates.
An index of the prosperity of the
South lie." in the fact that Alabama
iron can be laid down in Pittsburg!
for Jess money than the Pennsyl
vania smHcrs can sell it at. A
still greater evidence of . tho South':
prosperity would be that the iron
produced iu Alabama and Tennes
see was kept in the South and pro
pared for market by Southern man
ufacturers, instead of being ship
ped, to th-j North and then re-shipped
back to us in the Conn of ma
chinery, etc., the consumer in the
South being taxed for the eost of
trnuspovtatluu
PRESS COMMENT.
To-day. we shall learn if Matt
Quay'h hat-band is as big around
as Tom Reed's sash. Kansas City
Times.
There is a hallucination in tho
mind of the ordinary Republican
that lie belongs to a so-called pro-
trressive party. Milan Exchange.
Had boss QUAY drowned himself
in the Susquehanna the g. o. p.
would have been without brains
and without money. Louisville
Courier Journal.
If a Republican gets too enthu
siastic about Baxter's- chances of
being elected Governor, just ask
him to tell VOU what Judge LEA'S
. . ,
maionty was at last reports, it's
...l ,.-ii.i i i i
I lit If U11U aLLKf UlVi P. V, v 4 J
in extreme cases. -
-Memphis Sciin-
itar.
r i tv T ii, ii i
IlB,',A'1'V'vurjW,I,luntllu"
party candidate lor governor, says
ne ts a iemocrat ; out mere- is u
stramre. far away sound about that,
and ft sutler-refinement that ordi-
nary, e. very-day Democrats will fail
to appreciate- Franklin Review
and Journal.
Our Republican friends will ob
serve that this most rigid enforce
ment of, the poll-tax payment as a
precedent to voting occurs in the
Republican State of Pennsylvania,
j id that the law has been 111 force
here for about fifty years,
anooga Times.
Chat-
If the Republican Senate closes
1 1 t I . 1 L J.1. . i I
lie com tea resiauraui, uie couniry
will insist, that there shall be no
interference with Senator Ed-
munds original package in; the
i , b r, r ii j. i ,
cloak room. It would not do for
lim to begin drinking water at his
ime of life. St. Louis Republic.
Sized in black and white
niaiHC.
Quay. HiHti(in. Wunamaker.
Nashville American.
AVlren the campaign opens BAX-
TER and ivelley win nave a pleas
ant time together. There will be
no issue between them. Dr. Kel-
ley. will tell tho people that Bax
ter has no chance and is not worth
noticing; that Buchanan is the
man he wants to beat.
BXTER.
in reply, will say Dr. KELLY is not
. J' t j.1
ILL LlliD liVvv. j-LV.'ll.."W!n.n Ad uiu ui(u
he linn to-bunt C arksvil e To-
K..v T nf
wnuu ucau
AVhatever else may be said of
DELAMATER, the Republican candi-
date for governor of Pennsylvania,
.i.ur u.. 1., o
iu muoii uuiuiuuai niau w
man of- nerve. A. few days since
lie looked a larere audience full in
f . ,i; i.- V.if T, cUfrTitAaf.
"
evidence- of embarrassment, said
that the tendency ot- the llepubh-
enn policy is to tfrke the taxes off
tho farmers and laborers and put
them on the corporations. An
able-bodied sugar mule might
.
shatter its hind hoof against the
ehV nf IVfr. Dwt.a vxTFU and leave
no mark. Nashville American.
Stato School History.,
Tho subject of State history be
ing taught in our- schools is again
being diussed,.aud- the most fa-
tr-volil uiTrinnr.iif ui its f nvni nnmps
! it.. !...!: i ,
iruru btia hiiuuij,- nmW wo
State, who sugge that a bill be in-
l
t-mUUL'Wl HI Ul .-Ul.vi ,-A m-
Oly pi'OVKU iIg inaL nuue uisiory
ii i i,. ii,i.i:-.i,r ,.i
mustbetanghtinthepubbcschools.
Whue the compulsory feature may
i' i' 4., f, ,v
prove objectionable to a few who
have not given the sdect atten-
tion, such a law is needed in every
Stato in the Union. As a general
tliiiig the students in the public
schools leani'more-about the- his
tory of count ries that they a re never
likely to see than they do of the
events of interest and importance
in the story of the settlement and
development of their own State.
Our teachers are in some degree
to blame for this negbct,. but the
fault lies mainly in the fact that
the study of local history is not
made t mild compulsory feature
of' our system of popular education.
Dour.TLESS Tennesseans will be
soon naming babies after John P.
Buchanan.
Benjamin J. Lea, will qualify as
Supreme. Judgr next "Monday.
Lrool Xotices.
SHERIFFS SALE OF LAND.
is THE CIRCUIT COUHT OK BENTON
COUNTY. TENN. HUDSON & OA KA WAY
VS. J. (!. CLEMENT.
R Y virtue 'of a venditioni exponas
Vin ,n1v hK issued ly AV. C. Ken-
(on, clerk of the circuit court, of Benton,
CouW, Tenn., notic
e is hereby given
that I will, on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1800,
expose to public sale, to the highest bid
der, for cash, at the court-house door in
Camden, lenn., a certain tract of land
lying in Benton County, Twin., and
bounded na follows, to wit: On tlienortl
by the lands of 'Yournr, on the east bv
tin lands of Cheatham, on tho south
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by tho lands of Clement. The said lands
wcro cfindeiTined and ordered to be sold
bv the circuit: court of fjonlon County at
the August teni)t 18!K) to satisfy a judg-
nient in favor of Hudson & Caraway and
KiiiSt J. G. Clement for the smn of
$35.48 toother with interest, and all cost,
amoumnig 111 an 10 ,wf,
This- August E). isw,
. . . 1I HUSIIIXU,
18:4
Sheriff.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND
IX THE CIRCUIT COCKT OF liliXTON
COUNTY, TEXN.-HUIJUON & CARAWAY
VS. J. (1. BltEWEK.
BY virtue of a venditioni exponas
in my hands, issued by AV. C. Ben
ton clprlr of the circuit cnnW. nf Hntim
County, Tenn., notice is hereby given
that 1 will, on
Saturday, September 27, 1390,
prnftKft nnbli,. .iift ,n th,. UMi w,i
der, for cash, at the court-house door in
Camden, Term., a certain tract of land
lying in Beuton County, and bounded
as follows, to wit : On the east by the
,,, nf. t nn iha ont,, tUa
lands of Melton, on the west by the lands
of Holland, and on the north by the
lands of Nobles. The said lands were
condemned and ordered to be sold by
, tho circuit- court of. Benton: County, at
the August term, 1S90, to satisfy a i'adg-
I nient in tavor of Hudson it Caraway and
against J. ti. Brewer- for the sum of
f:J2.o4 together with interest and all cost,
amounting in all to $;2.bQ.
This August 19, 1800.
W. H. RUSHING,
18:4 Sheriff.
ouiAnTFTT'S S AT P. nv t. mvtti
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK KKNTON
COUNTY TENN. W. CARAW.VY VS. .1
11. McOAMKL.
BY virtue of a venditioni exponas
in my hands, issued by W. C. Ben-
ton, clerk of the circuit court of Benton
County, Tenn.. notice is hereby given
that 1 will, on
ch Ci - rrr
-1WU
expose to public sale to the highest bid-
iiieijioi ciioii, ui uie uuhii-oouhu uoor m
Camden, Tenn., the one-seventh uudivid-
.i." t .1 , - .1
ed interest of J. H. McDaniel in all the
ll?,1.,8 ?' tA: McpHniel, lying in the ninth
civ district of Benton County,. and de-
S(.rri)ed as- follows, to wit: 1.H0 acres,
bounded on the north bv Beaton, on the
south by McDaniel, on the east to Grsi-
Mam, and on the west by Melton : also
GOiicren.boundwl on the r.orthby Barnes,
01l thu Bouth bv ii0nflni,. on th' MKt
Beaton, and on the wst by Big Sandy
River. Kaid lands were condemned and
u.,u.e" l J l' "' A,UIVc'L . 1 uy
i.iiLuu iauil ul luunii Lriiii. 1n1Ti1.1t nn ,-
h8fy a judffnifcnt ,n fivor ofWi Caraway
against J . H. MeUaniel for 46j with in-
terest and all cost amounting to -$C.8.92.
1UlH Al'ost !; IJ".
W. II.
HUSHING,
Sheriff.
18:41
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.'
(Petition for Divorce.)
IN THK CHANCERY COURT OF MF.NTOS
COUNTY, TEN N. r-KACH KI C..WYNN WS.
MO.SEWYNN 1
IN- this cause it appearing to the
A fukmd master from the alletrations
of complainant's bill, which is sworn to,
that the residence of the defendant, Mose;
Wnn l.Iln...n r. ;. 4l,.-,.fnra
l . ... .i ui,iwuiv
uereo uiui nteuier ins appearance ai tne
chancerv court of Benton County, to be
h w t UflmJen on the rth M .
September next, and make defense to the
petition of Rachel C. Wynn by which she
UkstohavethebondsnWnmunynow
subsisting between them dissolved, or the
samo win ue laken tor comessou and the
cause set for hearing oxparte as to him
This Ai:g".st V, S!0.
TOM C. J!YK,
18 :4 Clerk and Master.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
(Tax Kill.)
IN THK CHANCKKY COURT OF I5ENTON
COUNTY, T K N N-. ST AT K OF TENNESSEE
AND RKNTON COTNTY VS. JOHN MAR-CHUM-
AND n.-F. BREVARD.
IN this cause it appearing that
John Marclmm, one of the defendants,
is a non-resident of the State of Tennes
see, it in ordered by the clerk and master
that the said John Marchum be required
to appear before the chancery court at
Camden on the fourth Monday in Septem
ber, 1800, and make defense to said bill
within the time prescribed by law, or the
same will bo taken for confessed and the
cause Pet for hearing expnrte as to him.
It is further ordered that this- notice be
published for four consecutive weeks in
The Camden Chronicle..
This August IS. 18P0.
I TOM C. UYE.
Clerk and Master.
S. V. IWsrv.Hlic.itorfnr plaintiffs. (IS A
lA-QUI .0ttci'H.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND
IN THK CIUCIHT COUJiT OI-' HKNTON
COUNTY, TENN. -HUDSON & CARAWAY
VS. J. (). l'.REWEli.
BY virtue of a venditioni exponas,
in my hands, issued bv W. C. lk-nton.
clerk of the circuit court of Benton Coun
ty, Tenn.. notice is hereby given that
IJwill, on
Saturday, September 27, 1800,.
expose to public sale, to the highest bid
der, for cash, at the court-house door in
Camden, Tenn., a certain tract of land
lying mthe eighth civil district of Benton
County, Tenn., and-bounded as follows,
10 wit : un tuc cant ly the lands ot Jor
dan, on the south by the liuids of Melton,
on the west by the lands of Holland,
and on the north by the lands of Nobles.
'I'l 1 l. . . t
muu uinus were condemned aim
ordered to be sold by the circuit court of
tienion County al the August term, 1S1().
to satisfy a judgment in lavor of Hudson
ii Caraway and against .1- G. Brewer
for the sum of S-'O.Tl toirether with inter
est and all cost, amounting in all to $:3'J8'J.
ilns August 1U, 1S!(0.
18 :4 Sheriff.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF UKNTON'i
COUNTY, TENN.-HUDSON h CARAWAY
HANI EL BEATON.
RY virtue of a venditioni exxmaB
in my hands, issued by W. O, Ben
ton, clerk of the circuit court of Benton
County, Tenn , notice is hereby given
that I will, on
Saturday, September 27, 1890,
expose to public sale to the highest bid
der, for cash, at the court-house door in
Camden, Tenn., a certain tract of land
lying in the ninth civil district of Benton
County, Tenn., and bounded as follows,
to wit: On the north by tho lands of
Beaton, on the east by the lands of Gra
ham, on the sonth by the lands of Melton,
and on tlie west by the lands of Beaton
Said lands were condemned and ordered
to be sold by the circuit court of Benton
County at the August term, 110, to sat
isfy a judgment in favor of Hudson &
Caraway and against Daniel Beaton for
the sum of $13. 4.. together with interest
and all cost, amounting in all to $.'.'My;.
This August 19, 18'JO.
W. II. BUSHING,
18:3 Sheriff.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND.
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OK BENTON
COUNTY, TENN.-HUDSON Si CARAWAY
VS. M. A. BEATON.
BY virtue of a venditioni exponas'
in my hands, issued by W. C. Ben
ton, clerk of the circuit court of Benton
County, Tenn., notice is hereby given'
that I will, on
Saturday, September 27, 1890,
expose to public sale to tho highest bid
der, for cash, nt the court-house door in
Camden, Tenn., a certain tract of land,;
lying in the ninth civil district of Benton
County, Tenn., having the following
boundaries, to wit: Bounded on the
north by the lands of McKenzie ; bounded
on the south by the lands of. Pierce;'
bounded on the east by the landa of
Doty, mid bounded on the west by the
lands of. Pierce. The said' lands were
condemned and' ordered to be eold by
the circuit court of Benton County at
the August term, 180U, to satisfy a judg
ment in fivor of Hudson A Caraway
and against M. A. Beaton for the
sum of $2.'5.2'J together with inter
est and all cost, amounting in all'
to $14.22.
This August 1), 1890;
W. II. HUSHING,
IS: Sheriff.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
T
(Petition tor Divorce.)
IN THE CHANCERY COURT OK BENTON
COUNTY, TENN.-P..W. SMITH VS. D. A..
SMITH.
TN this cause it appearing to the
COlirt frmil iVilnnliiin int'j lu'll Kof Ti:,.o
Ann Smith is a non-resident of the State
of Tennessee, it b therefore ordered bv
- - - - - . v j ... .. I ,J tUClb J-'lttl
nil, vn,i aim liiiioifl UIHL lilt; HU1U IJICa
tl, 11, n.,.l I. . i. i..J
Ann Fmith be required to aniiHilr bff(1r
,(110 chancery court at. Camden on the
fourth Monday in September, l&K), and
make defense as required by law, or the
bill will be taken for confessed nnd set
ior Hearing ex parte. 1 1 13 further ordered
that this notice be published for four con-
kecnti ve weeks in The Camden Chronicle.
tins August lit, lS'JO.
TOM C. I:Y!v,
Clerk and Master.
S. L. feeler solicitor for plaintiff. IS :
ORDER OF PUBLICATION..
(Tax Bill.)
K THE CHANCERY COURT OF l.KNTON
COUNTY, TENN. -STATE OF 1 KVNESSKK
AND KENTON COUNTY VS. THE HE1KS.
IpF Z. T. TRESSON.
Ethis caiTse it appearing that tho
irs of Z. T. Bresson, whose names are
u known, are non-residents of the State
olTennessee, it is ordered bv the clerk
all master that the said heirs of '. T.
l'fsson be re(mired to aopear beforo the
( tlucery court at Camden on the fourth
Miulay in September, lS'.iO, and make
douise to said biil within the tima
scUied by law, or the same will be taken,
foionfesred and set for hearing oxparte
ash them. It is further ordered that
tlil notice b nuhlished for fnnr
liv weeks in The Camden Chronicle.
is August 18, 1SW0.
TOM C. RYE,
Clerk and Master.
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