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CAMDEN, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1890.
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A FULL LTXE OF
Toilet Articles, perrmcrj, Soaps, N Bniybts' Sundries.
Ensfc side public fccnjaro, CAMDEN, TENN.
pisksciuptioxs carefully and' accu kately compounded at am, hours
Wk will doubtless have a milil winter,
as the McKinley bill will keep the thcr
mometers up. Galveston News.
Thk right to purchase votes is not in
the State Constitution. It is found in
the buy-laws. Philadelphia Times.
Senatok Inqalls is said to spend
$500 a year for postage. Collecting 18
per cent, in Kansas nruyt be a pretty
tough job. Savannah News.
The Australian ballot is a great boon
for the wage-c&rner. He can hurrah
and attend meetings to suit his employer
and vote to suit himself. World.
IP yOU WflHT FIRST-GLASS JOB FR1HT1HG
CALL ox, ok wit it k to
THE CAMDEN CHRONICLE,
THE AVOUKMANSHIP AM) MATKUIAL IS FIRST-CLASS IN KVKBY
KESPIC'J. YCfU AltE INVITED TO CALL AND EXAMINE SAMPLES.
MAIL OltDKltS CilVKN PKOMPT ATTENTION. WRITE FOR ESTIMATES.
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Where is the man who will vote for
Kellev 'whose record as a Democrat will
bear ventilation without injury to his
reputation as a loyal Democrat ? Union
Go to the polls early on the 4th of
November, and if any of your neighbors
are doubtful about going, urge upon
them the necessity of a Cull vote. Mc
Minnville New Era.
in Clarksvillo last week.
President Harrison has arranged to go
to Indianapolis and vote next Tuesday.
The fall races are on at Nashville. A
numlwr of fast flyers' are among the en-
The total regisiration of New Vork City
is 245.161. . In 1S8!) the total registration
The census otrice announces the popu-
ition oi Maryland to be 1,040,:;03, an in-
rease of 105,."f0.
It is estimated that the acreage sown
in wheat in Tennessee will be largely in
excess of last year.
Hon. W. C. P, Breckinridge, of Ken-
Is Dr. Kelley a Prohibitionist or a
bolting Democrat? In some things he
claims to be Democratio, in others Pro'
hibition, while his friends coalesce with
Republicans. Nashville Herald.
With McKinley denouncing cheap'
ness as mi-Ameiican and the protection
ist newspapers demonstrating that the
McKinley bill tends to cheapness there
begins to be need of a caucus for con
sultation. New York World.
Clothing, Hats ancj Cap
BOO 1 Sand SHOES
and General Merchandise.
J SOUTH SIDE PlJSLIC SQUAHE, CAM DIM, TEXXESS EE,
I. W. Brill Shoes.
If fltS IOP i
We also carry aline of Staple Groceries.
Men pnii i wi yompenn
CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.
-BOARD OP DIRECTORS-
3. II. FARMER. 15. P. HATLEY.
W. 0. 1IATLEY. SIMON NOBLES.
T. C. liYE. li . '. STIOALL.
J. N. SIMPSON. B. V,
II. F. STKiALL, Vieii-Prcsidetit.
A. ,1. FARMER.
D. M. FARMER.
J. II. FARM1CR, President.
M. A. 1IATLEY
A. CMeRAE, Cashier
Receives deposits, wakes loans, mid does a feneral banhina business.
Prompt attention aiven collections. l:tf,
-WILL BE SENT-
TO ANY ADDRESS THREE MONTHS
GIVE IT A THREE MONTHS. TRIAL!
Secretary Windom mshes to the de
fense of McKinley. This is another evv
dence given of the belief that the Re
publican party is a great corporation
its office-holders, not members, but paid
agents of it. Memphis Avalanche.
Actions are more eloquent than words
A vote for Buchanan, the Democratic
nominee, will speak more for a man's
Democracy than all the protestations
and boasts as to the superfiue quality o
lis Democracy he can make in a year.
,The negroes of Carroll County held a
public discussion a few days ago, the
question being whether the colored peo
pie of the South are under any obliga
tion to longer vote the Republican tick
et. It was decided that they are not.
Judge Hawkins isn't making any
speeches in Democratic districts. He
hasn't any time to devote to making con'
verts, as he knows it will require ever
effort to harmonize and reconcile the
Republicans to the edict of the bosses.
The McKinley bill is stimulating the
immigration of factory operatives from
continental Europe. They come in free
of duty. The most ultra-protectiouists
and monopolists are believers ic free
trade in men and the fullest competition
in hired labor. St. Louis 'Republic.
We are glad to note that tho Nash
ville American is turning its attention
vigorously to the Third Tennessee Dis
trict, where the Republicans are making
a desperato effort to re-elect Clay Ev
ans. It is the duty of the Democrats in
cveiy State to turn their chief attention
to the close districts. Birmingham Age-Ilerald.
. The New York Sun
' Some people n-reo with Thk Sun's opinion
J about iiicii and things, and some people don't ;
1 but everybody likes to pet hold or the newspaper
i . which is never dull una never afraid to speak Its
' B-Democrats know that for twenty years The
Sun has founht in the front lint for Denmerutie
principles, never wavering or weakening in it
lovalty to the true interests of the party it serves
with fearless Intelligent urn! disinterested vinor.
At times opinion.1- have diltered as to the best
means of iieeomplislimsr the common pnrifosc;
it is not Thk Kun"h fault if is has seen further
into the millstone. ,
Eighteen hundred and ninety-one will be a
great year in American politics, and everybody
should read Thk. Si' N.
Pailv, per month
Diiilv, per year -
' Hundnv, per year -Pailv
and Sunday, per year
Daii'v and Sunday, ier monthi
Veely Man, one year
Address. tuK SUN, Nts Ymk.
FARM FOE SALE!
Owing td a press of business ex-Presi
dent Cleveland can not accept the invita
tions of Dallas, Tex., and .Memphis to
A peddler named Kaplan dropped dead V-H,t those places on the occasion of the
State fair at the former place.
A frightful state of .starvation exists in
Oklahoma. Men, women, and children
are without food and clothing, and can get
no work. Unless they get immediate re
lief they will die of starvation.
It is stated that a Kansas doctor re
cently reported to his medical" society a
case of lead poisoning which lie attributed
to the patient's habit of putting the end
of his lead pencil in his nioiuh.
Mrs. Brannon, the Ht. Louis lady who
jumped from a train ami fled inio the
hiils in Pennsylvania about two weeks
ago has been found. When found she
was almost dead from exposure.
T,. L. Willi. iirpHi'lont nf thw Vntinnnl
ucky, is making a number qf sound Dem- Fftrmer8 A1Jianc fitated in a h t
Columbus, Ohio, Saturday, that there
were 34,000 lodges in this country, with .
a total membership of 2,500,000.
The first bridal tour in a balloon ver
made, took place at the State fair at Birm-
ocratic speeches in Arkansas
Union City is to have a new daily paper
t will be issued every evening by the pub
ishers of the Obion Democrat
The yield of the cotton crop will be bet
ter than was expected, and the crop is ingham, Ala., last Saturday. The bridal
being marketed unusually early. couple were Mr. Thomas J Minis and
California has a remarkably fine crop Miss Gertrude Pitman, of Brewton, Ala.
of fruit this year. The yield of prunes jJnu Aiataa trnn,ia u,7. u
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aione is esumaieo. at io,uw,uuu pounus. . . of AnilJ.i,ft Tntlinns who m,---
Thonsands of department clerks at dered two sheep herders near Silver City,
Washington City have been granted leave N. M. The troops were repulsed, losing
of absence in order that they may gohome two men. Reinforcements have been
and vote. sent.
Joseph YV ood and Carl Eurg, fought a R. L. Cochran, a prominent member of
duel in kew York City, last I nday, with the Young Men's Christion Association,
iron crow-bars. Both had their skulls 0f Birmingham. Ala., has been arrested
fractured. for embezzlement. He was enmloved to
The colored voters of Arkansas are or- sell tickets for the State fair, and used
ganixing to support Hon. C. R. Breckin- the money; ftho'nt $400.
ridge for Congress, instead of Langley the Oncof the most disastrous fires ever
Republican candidate. witnessed at Mobile'; Ala., occurred at
A.n English geologist predicts that with- that city last Sunday. 'Several thousand
in fifty years a convulsion of nature will bales of cotton, three steam-boats, and
sink the whole of New Zealand 50 feet be- a number of mills Were destroyed. Tho
ow the surface of the sea. loss is estimated at if 700,000.
The entire forest area of Germany ac- A Knoxville special says that a consid
cording to a work recently published by erable quantity of snow full in the mount
one of the State foresters of Prussia, now ains Sunday night. Two to four, inches
amounts to 34,000,500 acres. are reported at Cranbury. This is about
The vacancy on the United States Su- three weeka earlier than suat P bw
preme Bench, caused by the death of
Justice Miller, will not be filled until
after the meeting of Congress.
The State convention of the Women's
Christian Temperance Union of Tennes
see held its annual meeting at McMinn-
ville Wednesday and yesterday.
A law lias passed the lower house of
the council of the Choctaw Nation dis
franchising all Indians who become nat
uralized citizens of the United States,
The resignation of mayor C. P. Mc-
Carver of Nashville has been accepted.
Granville V. Lipscomb will act as mayor
until McCarver's successor is elected.
A West Virginian recently veneered a
black-oak log with Avalnutbark, and sold
in the mountains. In some places snow
fell on green leaves. 4
A bale of cotton weighing 47o pounds
that was picked by a machine made for
the purpose, was exhibited in Memphis
Saturday. The machine picked the cot
ton in two hours. The work being equiv
alent to that done by fifteen men, though
much cleaner than hand-picked.
Sol Tharpe, colored, aged about eigh
teen years, accidently shot and killed
himself near Mansfield, Henry County,
last week. He was sittinii on a -fence
holding a gun .and by some means the
gun was discharged and the contents en
tered the boy's bowels killing him in
A special train with Governor Hill, of
it to a confiding Cincinnatian as a genu- New yolk)aboarj wa8 ruu into by a heavy
ine black-walnut log, and got $100 for it. evDr(.a train on the Baltimore and Ohio
John J. Irvine, a colored Republican, Railroad at Monndsville, W. Va., Satui-
and ex-circuit court clerk of Hamilton day morning. Fortunately no damage
County, has been found between $9,000 was done to the passengers on the Gov
and $10000 short in his official accounts, erner's train or the express. Both en
gines were demolished.
Steamboatincnof packets leaving Mem-
The Gate City guards, of Atlanta, won
first prize in the military contest at the
) ,- f AOUKS, l mile southwest of Camden, one
0')'t half cleared, balance line timber, (iood
dwellini', barn, ami out-houses; pood water, (food
orchard, ami good neighborhood. Will sell ull or
half interest. Terms, one-halt cash in advance.
For fuller particulars address,
W. P. HAUN DISKS,
'-0:11 " Camden, Tenu.
It would probably be an act of real
kindness if some judicious friend would
quietly inform Mr. Reed that he is the
last man whom the American people
would choose for the chief executive of
fice. If it bo true that the President of
the United States slioult. be a man of
iron will ami commanding force of char
acter, it is also true that he should bo
honest not merely the integrity of per
sonal honor, but honest in his fearless
and belf-sacrificing devotion to the will
of the wholo people.
Atlanta Exposition. The McCarthy Light Phis have been tmt t0 considerable trouble
Guards, of Little Rock, Ark., were sec- V the necro -"ousters who would demand
(lit SALK-WK WAV IS HUNDREDS OF
OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SAT.K AT THIS
OFFICE. THERE IS NOTH1XU BETTER
TO PLACE UNDER CAltPETS, AVKAP UP
SUMMER CLOTHINU IN FOR PACKINO
AWAY FOR THE WINTER, AS WELL AS
II TDK EDS OF OTHER USES TO AVI IICH
THEY CAN BK PUT.
Truer, 2-r Cextr Tek IIusdeeiv.
higher wages just as boats would be get
ting ready to leave port. A number of
boats have decided to employ only white
hands hereafter, and thus avoid future
trouble. They pay $45 and board.
United States Consul Henry Gilman,
at Jerusalem, reports to the Department
of Slate under date September 22, that
three American locomotives made in Phil
adelphia and intended for the new rail
way from Jerusalem to Jaffa, have arrived
at Jaffa. The consul says it must interest
our citizens to know that the first loco
motives ever used in this ancient land
were made in the newA'orld.
Dr. S, B. Brooksit prominent physi
cian of Houston County, was attacked
by a fit ot insanity Sunday night. About
2 o'clock he rushed Irom his room and
One Ferguson, colored, with a fiiend,
entered a restaurant in Detroit, of which
a man named Gies was proprietor. Scat
ins themselves at a table, a waiter in
formed them that they could not be
waited on at that table, but if they would
take a seat at one which he designated
they vvould be served. This they re
fused, demanding service at the table at
which they were sitting. It will be ob
served that this instance of race dis
crimination did not occur in a Southern
Democratic State, but in a Northern Re
publican Slate XaU'.'nal Demoeir-k
The Catholic Bishops of Ireland have
issued a pastoral letter stating that a
crisis is at hand, and that starvation and
death will ensue unless relief is given at
The United States is by far the largest
consumer of stamped envelopes of any
nation in the world, upward of five hun
dred million having licen usnd during the
The Anarchists of Chicago will com
memorate on the 11th of November the
deaths of Spies, Fischer, Engels, and
Parsons who were hanged, on that day
three years ago.
The Nashville, Chattanooga, and St.
Louis Railway Company, which lias the
oesi uquippeu rouu in us cuuui, ..a.-, juot, took to t;le liekjg A j. nulnber (Jf
added six hundred new freight car boxes citizens joined in the search for the inisa-
to its rolling stocK. . ing man, and Monday morning tlvev suc-
Whilo Secretary Blaine was delivering eeeded in finding him and induced him to
an address at Canton, Ohio, last Saturday, goto the house of a neighbor, where nied-
the crowds in the galleries thought the ical aid was summoned, lie was labor-
structure was falling and a panic ensued, ing under the delusion that he was going
No serious damage. to be robbed, and had to" llee for safety :
A South Sea Island negro girl arrived that a hundred men had surrounded the
in Detroit. Mich., a few days ago. It has house and were closing in on him. Drs.
been learned that she was kept as a slave Edwards and Nichols, the attending phys-
by a New York farmer, who grossly mis
treated her for every trivial offense. Her
body showed that she had been terribly
mistreated, and she will probably die.
icians, think the matter is due to over
work, and that with caretul attention ami
rest the Doctor will get over the attack
wiuiout inriner Berious results. -Clarks-;