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Address all blislneHicotnmunliwtlons auiV-re-luittiinees
Election. first Tuemlny.-lu November, .1890.J
For Governor: .
JOHN P. ..BUCHANAN,.
ol Rutherford County; .
BENJAMIN A... ENLOE;,
of Madison County,
For State Senator:
J. MONROE CASTILE;..
of Benton County.
JOHN P. LASHLEE'.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17,' 1890
A FEW sanguine Republicans,
whose desires are parential to their
mental emanations, state tbat'KEL
LEY is the man forBAXTER tr de
feat, that Buchanan iB-na Demo.
crat, and the people am finding it
out. "What nonsense!' Many of
these same Republicans, deep down
in the innermost recesses of 'that
organ they call a heart, intend ' to
vote for Hon. John P.' Btjchakan
themselves; not caring to throw
away theirVvotes on av man who is
bound haml'and foot- bythe-HoUK
t 1 1 ' i n i '
IT seems-. mat tne- onairman ' oi
the State Democratic- Executive
Committee-in'. his appointments -for
speaking has ignored -Camdert ai
together. Two. years ago we, were
left out of .the?- listr.and we conff-
dently expected that the .committee
would send us some one to arouse
our enthusiasm during the present
campaign. . The Democratic party
has an abundance of good 'spealt'i
ers, and the field' is not 80'grea
that some one ot the numerous
orators can arrange it to include
Hon. John P. Buchanan opened
his canvass in: 'West'- Tennessee a
McKeazie last Wednesday.: The
throngs who heard Him 'were very
favorably; impressed with' .his zea
for the causo o..which .he is -the
standard-bearer and his, address
was full' of facts and figures tha
carried oonviction vwith them... He
was followedi by Hon. B. A. Enloe
whose arraignment of: Rejjo and
the Republican partyi was bitter'iu
the extreme; He provedihis title
to the renewed confidence and ' re.
spect' of. his constituents and tha
no man inthel country better de
serves tha endorsement of the peo
Dr. 1. C. Kelley, Prohibition
candidate for Governor,, has baen
suspended for six month's from the
Methodist Episcopal Church South
by the animal conference in session
at Pulaski otv .the charge that he
abandoned his charge (Gallatin
station.. East Nashville district:
Tennessee inference;) about Au
gust 1, 1890, without the consent o
the annual conference,, to run tov
Governor of Tennessee. All at!
mit that' the committee did their
duty. It is now in order for the
doctor to retire from the guberna
tnrial race in favor of Mr. Baxter
if he desires to escape another am
more convincing suspension iix No
No Extra Session.
Tht if port? is gaining ground
that the President is- afraid that a
orriolamatioti! erdlihg for an extra
sf'ssMju otCorflgrasa. will injure the
arty; THero are sevauil bills on
fie calendar, andho, radical mem
bers of the Senate are anxious to
)as8 the iorce bill1, trie Reimblieans
in the House desire to pass a reap
portionment' bul based on the re
port of Potstuii's fraudulent cen-
sus, ami lvETru ana uannon wish to
priss'severnl'sub'sidy bills involving
millions of' dollars; before tlie 4th
of next March; And while the
resident' is inclined to favor it,
;lfe Secretary of;' State is opposed
o an extra session on the ground
that if it was called before the elec
tions it would b'e construed by the
country to mean an admission by
the Administration that there was
no-chanoo of the Republicans be
ing able to tontr&l the next House
of Representatives; if'tlie Demo
crats elected a majority of the next
House at the ensuing elections, and
the Republicans should thereafter
assume to call an extra session, the
country would denounce the Ad
ministration, claim that the force
bill and other measures of 'the Re
publican-leaders had 'been repudi
ated1 by the people, and' now the
Administration was calling Con
gress in extra session in order to
defeat the popular verdict.
Mr.- Blaine believes that' Reed
and his Congress has done-more to
injure- the prospects of Republican
success in 1892 than allotlier acren
ci'es combined. The people believe
the country should" render a ver
dict against the oppressive burdens
the Republican Congress has im
posed upoff them, and they realize
that the only way ib defeat further
obnoxious legislation is to send a
Democratic majority to- the next
House of Representatives.
For State' Senator.
The announcement' of Mr. Wro
Li am CARAWAY as a candidate to
represent the counties of Benton,
Carroll", and1" Decatur in the next
Tennessee General Assembly, ap
pears in this issue-of The Chros
As- Mr. CarawaI' is Republican
in politics, and' the nominee of that
party fbr the above position The
Chronicle, .of' course does not in.
dorse his eandidacy and, with the
following biographical sketch of
the gentlemanj we will leave him in
the hands of his party:-
Mb, Caraway was born in Smith
County, this State; in 1836. and was
reared'on a fanaj At an early age
he came to Benton County, and in
lbob engaged in themercantile bus
iness at Big Sandy, and has con.
ducted same ever-since. He was
formerly a Democrat, and as suen
offered himself as a candidate for
the legislature in 1886,. but he with
drew from the race, andr shortly
thereafter went over to the Repub
licans. He upholds and contributes
liberally to the support of mstitu
tions for the public good, and is
iustlV recognized a3 one among the
most reliable citizens and business
men of Benton County;
The report that the Republican
National Committee has sent $30,-
000 to Decatur, Ala., to defeat, i
possible, Mr; "Wheeler, Democrat,
for Congress,, may be regarded as a
decided pointer that the Republv
cans are going in to win. on tha
strength of boodle, and while the
purchasable vote in the South
Republican, the committee has
been induced to bellevo that money
can effect a Republican victory in
MY. Wheeler's, district But the
agricultural and other interests o
the South have been made to bear
tho burden of increased taxation
too long for her toiling sons to ac
cept a bribe to assist in continuing
in power the party that is owned
by the manufacturers of New Eng
land and the monvy sharks of Wall
HANDLE A COMPLETE LINE OF
ootls, glotlH, Furnisiiinrjs. f Jliqn Etc.
DRY GOCDS, ETC.
Our line of Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots,. and Shoes, and Furnishing
Goods is complete. The latent
styles are represented and every
article is a bargain within itself.
We Buy tor Cash and Sell toiCASii or Barter
THIS ENABLES US TO SELL AT A CLOSE MARGIN.
DR. H. B. TRAVIS,
OFFICK AT J. K. TOTTY'S DRUG STORK,,
E. M. McAULEY,
OFFICE OVER MeDAXIEI&. FRY'S STORE
Will hereafter spend tho first and third weeks
of-eaeh month In lianulen; the seeond week at
iiiriinay; ana tn fourth at Hollauay. 6.Cm,
Ji A. CLEMENT.
K L. IlAWKlN'a.
CLEMENT & HAWKINS.
Attorneys at Law
Will tiraetiee fir fttlth'e courts of Benton Courrtv
ud the suprenie-courtvof Tennessee. Colleetions
S. L., PEELER.
Attorney at Law,
OFFICIO AT THE COURT-HOUSEJ
Will civecarfful attention to all-business en
trusted to my rare. Collwtlnns a specialty
aiso insurne agent lor unoxviuo ana otner
good coiiipaiii'is. 1 :ly.
Havinic'recently jnirchased a new chair and
other new articles U'lidliiL' to the cmnfort of my
patrons,, I now haw facilities to uhave, sham
poo and do.hair cuUim tluit are woiid to none.
Thanking the public for past pationge, aud so
llsitint; a.eontmiianve of the .same,,
1 ai:v respectftdly,
Caindcn, Tenn. '
CSMyshop lsone door etot of the Stigall
House. Give me avail. 7:iy.
OR' SALE-WE HAVE. HUNDREDS OF
OLD NEWSPAPEKS FOK SALE AT THIS
OFFICE. THERE IS NOTHING RETT Kit
TO TLACE UNDER CARPETS, WRAP UP
SUMMER CLOTHING IX' FOR PACKING
AWAY FOR THE WINTER, AS WELL AS
HUDREDS OF OTHBR USES TO WHICH
THEY-CAN RE PUT.
Price 25 Cents. Per Hundred.
When Bab)- was sick, wo ga?e hor Castoria.
When Bhe was a Child, site cried for Castoria.
When sho -became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Whoa aha had Children, she gave them Castoria.
, LrsTiCtf to the breezes from the
political field and hear them whisper-
how thousands and hundreds
of thousands of Democratic voters
from " Carter to Shelby," and from
the north to- the south, will vote
for John P. Buchanan and the
straight ticket "They are coin
ing, Father Abraham,, a hundred
thousand strong " and will be the
vanguard of our majority in No
The legislature of Ohio met in
extraordinary session Monday to
consider such measures of reform
that will secure for Cincinnati a
better system of municipal govern
ment,, and to amend other laws
so as to add a certain township in
Hamilton County, which had been
ignored, to some Congressional dis
trict.. The prompt action, of. Gov
ernor Campbell in this matter has
proven that he is vigilant in the
interests of the State, and performs
his duty without regard to the re
sults in himsolf or party..
A completo line of Millinery has.
just been received, embracing tlue
latest fall and winteu styles. This
department will" be- in? chargo- of
Misses McCullbugh and Ilagler.
tlh x nun,
II. W. MANNOX.
A FULL LINE OF
Toilet flf tides, Perfumery, Soaps, Druggists' Sundries.
East sid-public square, CAMDEN, TENN.
rERSCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY AND ACCURATELY GOMPOTJNOE1) AT ALL HOURS.
IF YOU WIHT FIRST-CLASS JOB FRIHT1HG
CALL on, or write to
THE CAMDEN CHRONICLE,
THE WORKMANSHIP AND MATERIAL IS FIRST-CLASS UN EVEItY
RESPECT. YOU ARE INVITED' TO CALL AND EXAMINE SAMPLES.,
MAIL ORDERS GLVEN PROMPT ATTENTION. WRITE FOR ESTIMATES.,
Clothing, Hats and Caps,
BOOTS and SHOES,
and General Merchandise.
SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUAIIE, CAMDEN. TENNESSEE:
tflPllfS ffltf Buckeye Mowers,
jjblltd Kir I. W. Brill Shoes.
We also carry a line of Staple Groceries,
Men Trust Company.
CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.
w n B.P.HATLEY. W..H. MEADOW. AEEX. ADAMS.
W.G.HATLEY.. SIMON NOBLES. A. J. FARMER. A. C. McRAE.
T. C. RYE.. II. F. STIGALL.. D. M. FARMER. M. A.1IATLEY
JwN. SIMPSON. ' R. p. ROSS. A. R. CARNE8.
J. H ..FARMER, President. H. l STIGALL, Vice-PresUlbnt. A..C. McRAE, Cashier.
Receives deposits, malces loans, and dacs a general banhiny business.
Frompt attention given collections. l:tf.
TO ANY ADDRESS THREE MONTHS
GIVE IT A THREE SIONTHS 'TIUAL!
' LUMBER, GROCERIES, ETC.
We- also- carry a hwge- lino of
Doors, Sash, etc., Paints and Oil,.
Bridles, Saddles, Hardware, Family-
Groceries, etc; Our stock is.
full and complete in all branches.
Southwest Cor. Square,