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A DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER
11111. IMIIKl WKKKI.V AT
Camden, Benton County, Term.
ThkChhomci.k Is ntwl nt the Cinmlcn,
lnm., post (iIUcu a kctoihI-Wiish iiutll mutter.
LEWIS T. 11 A XT Ell
T Kit MS OK NUBHCRllTION.
One dotliir nor ytiir In advance; fifty rentsfor
01 iiKiiii us ; iwciny-iivi- ccms lor Unco tnontu
card w'k. Subscriptions, inivhUIo In lulvtuice. fV.
t by vostromce or.lm- at our risk! J
According to announcement, Mr.
Lewis T. Baxter spoke at this place
last Saturday to a fair audience of
Republicans upon the topics of pro
tection and industries. The lack
of enthusiasm on the occasion may
be construed, as very significant
"rro tectum may be an rignt m
4UDSON, HATLEY & GREER
HANDLE A COMPLETE LINE OF
pij liooils, jjloflijiiji, I'liFtiisliini)?, Wm,
Thk Ciikdnii i.k will be Issued on Friday of
may be sent
ftiiiWTt'iS &er, but when it hits a man's Boote, and Shoes and Furnishing
ve pre erred. rincket-hnok for t ip framnnn noc- UOOUS IS complete,
Agents wanted to solicit miliscr t mis. Write r c,l-,a cinA ,1
irtoriim,etc. essarieH of his existence, it rmts stv K8 a.re represented and every
..... . f . . article is a uartrain within itself.
V U.U.mj.MVJVIlU, JilVi I UX1XX LV blllUA-i-Ug. uiiu. DvjAllVJ Ul. AllO
DRY GOCDS, ETC.
Our line of Dry Goods, Clothing,
A complete line of Millinery has
just been received, embracing the
latest fall and winter styles. This
department will be in charge of
Misses lucuuuougn ana
LUMBER, GROCERIES, ETC.
We afso carry a large line of
Doors, Sash, etc., Paints and Oil,
Bridles, Saddles, Hardware, Fam
ily Groceries, etc. Our stock is
full and complete in all branches.
eKfe tor Cash and Sell for Cash or Baiiteii,
THIS ENABLES US TO SELL AT A CLOSE MARGIN.
Southwest Cor. Square,
cure u correspondent tit every post-ofllce in Ben
ion i;oniuv to lunilsli us Willi county news.
lJ'Ve assume no responsibility lor tbe ex
pressions contained In roimminlcatloiiH appear
ing In (he columns ol this paper.
Kates on advertisements, anil estimates on job
printiuR turnislied ou application.
Address all ImisIm-m coniinunlciitlons and re
lHQJlii K Oil;
Election Orst Tuesday In November, 18!XI.)
JOHN P. BUCHANAN,
of Rutherford County.
BENJAMIN A. ENLOE,
ol Madison County.
For State Senator:
J. MONROE CASTILE,
ot Benton County.
merchant informs him that ho will
have to pay very much more for
a great many needed articles "in
view of this state of things," and
the advances in manufacturers' and
importers' price lists.
It is to be regretted, now that the
McKinley bill is a law, that it was Democrats, turn out next Tues-
not passed early in the session so day and listen to the sound Dem-
that the people could have had the ocratic doctrine.
full benpfit rf it nnrl frma nrpnnrfl
hm M a i.rlt f , Say yu Republicans of Benton
You want to get out and
hustle for Bill Robekson for the
General Assembly; you know what
you promised him.
The Republicans are at their wits
end to explain awav the wonder- VY ILL tne -Republican tenders of
fully enthusiastic reception which Benton County allow Bill Rgbeiu
Hon. John P. Buchanan is receiv- S0N to complete his canvass for ttie
Tcr wWmvar V, o TnrW in General Assembly ? He has an-
the campaign they were so profuse nounced for offioe on several occa
in their assertion that Buchanan sions and they would mak im
I J 1 1 i 1 It i 1 '
was an ignominous failure on the su ao 061016 ne C0UM getiainy
chimn tw Tint. rmW mnlA 110,v started in the race. The meekness
c: J J . x -l
The endeavor to draw from Mr. party believe this but infused doubt Ui buuro mxiU wuuumg.
Buchanan some- unconsidered ut- iato the minds of many Democrats. There are two or three Repub-
terance which might be miscon- The success that Mr. Buchanan licans in Benton County who want-
strued by the people has not been has achieved wherever he has ap- ed something and didn't get it in
a howling success- peared has therefore been in the the conventions which have been'
, 7Z nature of a surprise. held this year, and in two instances
To those Republicans who- are Vrfm fi . f , . T. nrftfrM ih.v .jj of ava uw mnA
JOHN P. LASHLEE.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1890-
The better class of Republicans
in Tennessee regard Mr. Baxter
as a product of Houkism.
II. W, MANNON.
.1, R. HERRIN.
MANNON & HERR1N,
DRUGGISTS k CHEMISTS.
A FULL LINE OF
ToilBt Articles, pnrnsg, Soaps, 41 ftvaW liWm.
East side public square, CAMDEN, TENN.
AND ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED AT ALL HOURS
i r i- m l
a ways going xo carry xennessee has partaken less of the nature of ning independent of the ticket, but
Miee acampaigntour and more of a se- the party lash has done its work and
ratuuuurr rie& o ratification meetings, in they meekly stand in the ranks of
ouptouuauuiuc- hch member9 of both parties ie faithfuL
lion. ,i .v. a : a ' i
, wwiui muuu Tennessee has been well sup-
uti was n ui w uutu wuo u wuuuwgauer- plied deshow partie8 For
by Democrat, upon-a Democratic natorial chair of this great com- fievml Greenbackers
platform and a few amateur wonld- monwealth. , found her.eoil a congenial stamp
be adjusters everybody s bn. Mr. Buchanan is not a practical but ,
ness find it difficult to convince any orator-he does not claim to be- out whifc the Probibitioil t
one. to the contrary. but American citizens, while they h&3 CQme te itg
. Undee the McKinley Taw the flight to listen to a man who can latter is not very strong in numbers,
duty on table knives, etc.r wilT be constmct flowery sentences, always and M is ffiembersbip is dr&VfJl
$0 cents on the U of value, and an make judicious reservation from most3y tmm Eepublicaa
additional duty of $2 per dozen, at they are asked to believe by Democrats have aothing te fear
Mr. Baxter asked you- last Satur- m6n They make a proper from that gourca The oaly dan.
day to elect him Governor of Ten-
1 poetical license.'
cer to the latter nartv is over-con-
, , , , j.
nessee upon a platform endorsing wujr, fidence and a failure to poll its full
this measure, - P f n' straightforward whose strengtk The only fo
1 7i tttterances come from his heartand tHa for each man to con.
,In the next Congress there wffl g0 straight to the hearts of his sider himgel a nece6slty for
be several Republicans conspieu- hearers, carrying conviction with .n0ftflS of nfimnfmt,V. r,r.inW
IP U1I WAN! FIRST-CLftSS JOB NIMH
tCALL 0T, Olt WRITE TO
THE CAMDEN CHRONICLE,
THE tVORKMANSHIP AND MATERIAL IS FIRST-CLASS IN EWRY
RESrECT. YOU ARE INVITED TO "CALL AND EXAMINE SAMPLES.
MAIL ORDEBS GIViKN PROMPT ATTENTION. tSTRITE FOR "ESTIMATES.
HEREIN & BATEMAN,
DBY GOODS AMD HOTIO0S,
Clothing, Hats and Caps,
BOOTS and 8 HO ES,
and Ceneral Merchandise,
SOUTH SIDE rUIi LIC SQXTAltE, C ASW JE, TENNESSEE.
ous by their absence, EvANS"r But- them. He means what he says
TERWORTH, and probably Cannon all he says and his hearers believe
and McKinley among the number, him.
Several other Republican Congress- This is-the secret of Mr. Buch-
men have declined and some have anan's succesa
been defeated for re-nomination.
If the majority of those who have
been nominated can be defeated,
there is some hope for the country
There are several very important
State elections next month, but none
more important than that of Wis
consin, where the issue is the Ben
nett school law. The Democrats
A special from Omaha, Neb., to carried the Milwaukee municipal
the Chicago Herald says that since election on a demand for the repeal
the passage of the McKinley bill 0f this jaJ electing G. W. Peck
the State has been given the bene- mayor. They have carried the same
fit of wide publication of manuf act- im into i-Jin Sfnf plArfirtn . with
If you don t live quite as com- Brera circulars, notifying dealers P fnr fW,. f va nAl,'
n . vi. .1? . x . . . " . e"
lonawyuHBwuiieriuf juuuiuiu of mcreased prices, owing to in- tional emphasis to the point. Af-
oecause your imuwy wiuu.6u creased taritt. Tins Has Had a very ter the result in Milwaukee, the
far as it did toward buying the ne- depressing effect on the Republi- Republican leaders were ready to
cessities oi me, tiau ivu. can campaign. Monday Congress- abandon the issue and assent to the
to purchase your supplies and ma- man DoESEY sent the f0U0Wmgtei- repeal of the law, and so the mat-
lenai ior nexu year ciup a. egram . would have gone in the ordina-
that they have advanced m price, M g QxJAYi Beaver Falla Pa.Have coursQ o poUtical events But
remember that Mr. Baxter argues manufucturera quote lower prices, and sometimes such events don't follow
mat u is ngm, w muvu iuv deny mat tne aicwulby om raises pn- tbe ordinary courge wbJck proved
on tnese essential arxicie wo mu ces. 11 una is not uuce, u wui cost
not get along without. He stands thousands ol votes in' Nebraska.
by the McKinley bill. u- w- U0R8EY-
Tne telegram tell into the nands
Mr. Reed's little story of thirty of & Democrat who gave it cut for
blacK voters in tne douui using u- publication.
privea tne ngnt 01 sxiiirage nuis
Upti ftp s
I. W. Brill Shoes.
We also carry a line of Staple Groceries,
Gamtlcn genii I Trust gompeiii
CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.
J. H, FARMER.
W. G. HATLEY,
T. C. RYE.
J, M, FARMER, TreHident.
-BOAEB OF DITvECTOBS-
B. Fs HATLEY, W.K. MEADOW. ALEX. ADAMS.
SMON NOBLES, A.J. FARMER. A0. McRAE,
H. V: ST4GALL. D. M. FARMER. , M. A. HATLEY.
srTsoN. ii.r.E(DSs. a,, r.carnes.
. TV. STIGAL Vlce-Preslileilt. vA. C McRAE, CaslileF,
to be the case m this instance.
Wisconsin has a Republican Gov
ernor, Mr. Hoard, who is one of
those exceptional politicians who
refuses to drift with the current of
events (a rare trait for a Republi-
into utter insignificance when com- "When you go to buy your winter jean), and he forced the issue on
pared with the wholesale fraud flannel for the family and find that Ms party and compelled it to re
practiced in New York City, where the prices have advanced wonder- nominate him. So the Republi
200,000 of her population are dis- fully, reccollect that the Republi- cans find themselves fighting for
franchised through a Republican can party did it, and remember that the Bennett law, making a clean
census bureau, backed up by the Lewis T. Baxter, the Republican cut State issue between the two
sanction of Republican leaders, candidate for Governor, told you parties. If Mr. Peck wins he is
The cry of the Republicans for at the court-house last Saturday going to be a big man in this coun
a free ballot and an honest count is that he endorsed this policy and try, but if otherwise why, other-
ilWmnrWrv rankhvDocracv. stands by tne MCKINLEY bill. wise.
Hectares dtPosits, maJxs tomisand dees tt general banting business,
l'row4tattentiongiven collections. l:tf.
E CAMDEIJ CHBOIGLE
WILL BE SENT;
TO ANY ADDRESS THREE MONTHS
GIVE IT A THREE MONTHS TRIAL