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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
W. II. Herrin, of Bristow, called
in to see 113 Monday.
Mrs. B. F. Hatley is somewhat
indisposed this week.
Miss Evora Steelo assisted in
tlie post-office Tuesday.
S. L. Peeler, esq., paid Big Sandy
a business trip Wednesday.
Mrs. Delia. Elves lias been quite
J sick with the malarial fever.
4 The family of W. C. Denton are
. visiting in the country this week.
Mr. Bud "Warren, of Holladay,
was down AVednesday on business
Rand fc Stratton, auctioneers, of
Nashville, are in the city this week.
Mrs. A. J. Saunders received her
Mr. J. E. Totty is making some
extensive improvements on the in
terior of his -dro" stom
Mr. E. M. EJaniell, of Gardner,
spent last Friday and Saturday
with his daughter, Mrs. T. B. Tc t
ty, this city.
Mrs. Welter J. Allen, of McKeu
zie, spent Saturday and Sunday
last visiting the family of Mr. W.
E. Bivens, this city.
Mr. Alex. Bivens, an attache of
the McKenzio Enterprise, is up on
a three weeks visit to his parents,
Mr. and Mr. W. E. Bivens.
After a visit of several weeks to
relatives and friends fit Clarksville,
Tenu., Miss Eva Fussell returned
home Tuesday, delighted with hr
new piano from Nashville Wednes- visit.
lav- We regret to chronicle the sad
There have been several wagon death of the mother of our towns,
loads of watermelons sold here this man, B. W. McDade, which oc
'eek. curred at Fill ton, Ky., last Friday
Mr, J ames McMackens, of Hoi- moniing.
low Kock, spent bunday in our The members of the Methodist
owu- Episcopal Church, South, will give
N, B. Holland, of Luterton, was an icecream supper at their church
in attendance at county court this Monday evening, for the benefit of
week. the same.
Our market was well supplied Capt. S. W. Bullock, of Big San-
you i jiicrrr CI.EKK.
' PvVpma - .-
The Official Figures Which Tell
of a Democratic Victory.
The Entire County Ticket Elected
by an Increased Majority.
Large Cains for Democracy are Re
ported From a!1 Parts of the State.
I lstriets. Hrooks. WalkiT.t!,,1;
Kim ".) : UK
Second 101 M W
Third M 41 HI
Fourth :i2 M 85
Fifth 213 71 2M
Sixth 72 ti7 i:
Seventh CI 21 72
Eighth -JR8 911 :"
Ninth l 2!i IM
Tenth 421 20 147
Eleventh 27 '31 47
Twelfth "at ti!)
Thirteenth 42. 42
Fourteenth BO sl 81
Total' 1.0S8 CU4 l,t2,
Districts. Flowers Aden.t Janets.
First 71 20 100
Second - ifl HM
Third 43 41 84
Fourth 28 58 8(i
Fifth 2tW 74 2SI1
sixth 70 cu laa
Seventh M 17 71
Eighth m 100 ')
Ninth Ii 32 98
Tenth 12.1 2i 149
Klevuntll 22 24 4ti
Twelftll 30 40 70
Thirteenth 41 1 42
Fourteenth 40 29 78
Total 1,089 DiW 1,008
Our price for winoiineuu; cHiwildates lire: For
("oiiuncss, llflei'u doiliirs, In advance; fur sute
oftlce.i, ten iMlurw; for county olllces, live dullnrs
WE an authorized to jihiwhImcp'' v1"T. It. W.
ATI! Ks a candidate to ri'ireen1 the .huditJi
Congressional District in the Fifty xeeolni 'ti
gress of the I'nitcd Htates-suhject to the wl'J
the Democratic urty.
FOR KEl'UESEXTA TI VU.
WK lire authorized to iiunoinii'e lion. W. 1',
Mokkihh Deniociatle candidate to ivn
cent lienlon County in tlie F;ty.eveiilli (iencr.d
ANHiiudily of Tcnnesnet; Election November 4,
BARBER : SHOP.
llavina recently nurcliHsed ii new chair and
other new articles tending to tlie comfort of my
pinions, i now uiive laconics 10 suave, snaiii
poo mid do hair cutting thai are second to in me.
manning me puniic. tor asi pairouge, ami s
Lsltinu :i continuance of tlie same,
1 hiii, respectfully,
t!My shop Is one door east of the Stimuli
House, (.live me a call. 7:iy.
Hamilton County Went Democratic
for the First Time Since the Wan.
The Section passed off qaHefiy SLs;v'-.-'. -
in Benton Oouiity yesteTt3ftyvmtd 'f.''!.;.--
iiotwitlrstandhig tlie ram which th ;'.'.;
fell during th-e day, "causing rathet J1; ;;;;;;;
with watermelons and apple-cider dy, was in The Chronicle office L sxi vote, the Democratic nomi- S"'
Monday. Monday. He reports a good fall nW3 were elected bv an increased
of rain in the vicinity of Bier Sandy Tlrirtwiitii!
at county court and public speaking iaBl riuay. sixth district gave a Democratic
Monday. A great many from the country majority, while the result in the
attntlod the sin?iii? services coil- pi ohih rlkfrirt, wna a mirnrise to liECAPITULATIOX
iaiiu l iii.li ten JinivAc ci uuoi" a o - - i v -.i.v . - 1 i
ness trip to Nashville the first of ducted by Son Presson at the both parties, the Democrats largely For2"f
this week. MethodistiiipiscopalUhurcn,boutn increasing their majority over that smitu
I m 1 I m riAA r-i i 1 I
Ar v a MnP.i0 no ?,i;0J J-uesuay evening. ot borne scratxining was in- Lea's majority
i.Tli i7 J. lii.i,JJi f TI lliviikj" I
Naturally a fellow is quit npset if his
Totlll VOte 1 ),uuirl fhri'a Viim rr.r
m ,ri . l ......
.tn 'Kiomei viwritaone new arugtKrre-'
w' "The Nefr Sotiih" ir'Ctlib, Jiitrhe-
'1M ... L.fc .
S griping, etc. 'i':iy
" Colonel: HaiL Fellows! Wei! met.-
42 It is too much to liave to scratch for a
The returned tiootiler's fealbte to fhu
Quite a number of our young
folks attended religious services at
Mr. Frank Williams, of Holladay,
was in the city Wednesday on his
2 way to Huntingdon.
Mr. W. D. Brown, representing
I t i v i t n. ... 1.
i if iv i i u a mi ri ri-ir v ,n ii' niiitJu u . . -
W. J. Barnes, our county trustee, v r r . 7., ' '1 all over the State, and while rather
n i j in. . 1 twuut-iB, ui uuuwvmt, nv., uo i i. . n,i u ;
caiietl in to see us winie hi utf uu- . . . - . n ngut vutu hs puut-u, unsm-
ance at county court.
J. Davidson, of Way, dropped in
and chatted with us a few moments
while in town Monday,
We are glad to state that Mrs.
The appended table shows the
official returns for Benton County:
VOTE OF BENTON COUNTY.
FOR SUI'KKME JUDGE.
Note. Tlie Democratic candidates are desit;-
raited by an () placed after their names; Kepub-
in Camden last Friday. He fa
vored The Chronicle office with
an order for some printing.
Mr. W. F. fteiser, representing
D. II. Baldwin & Co., Nashville,
vvn in flirt .v tin's: wppIt. Tlvn
iu x . iwkj uupiuyus aboyo firm a new organ to
eral WeeKS lnaisposilion. o . i , i f . i . ,i naieu uy an him
" I H II II'H VHK I' IW1V I I II III I II I, 1,1 ir I .. ... - k , . v
, . . . ww w j j - uicans uy a tt); inuiipeiKienis uy a w.
Missuassie luauienwno nasoeeu Methodist Episcopal Church South.
Visiting menus in l uris iur tumu
time has returned home.
Mr. W. F. Harrison, of Holla
day, was among the callers at TnE
Chronicle office Monday.
I. N. Wilson ard J. M. Herrin
attended the morninir services at
Ramble Creek Church Sunday,
Owing to a steady rain fall all
yesterday forenoon, a light vote was MethodistEpiscopal Church South,
polled in this (the fifth civil) dis- clogeu Xuesday evoning. it was
triCu liniifa nnfi'onlilrt t,lint,t.l)f)3f wlint.fnk
D. II. Van Huss, esq., of Big , ,
n i i ir t
Sandy, caum arouuu mummy grcntiy in their singing.
See UOW ini, VJUituin" o b" men 1 1
KU Thft fnllnwinc conn ns liavo nil.
. tingaiong. . . , ,-sn(. t .nrrv : r,,,. Third
Miss Mattie Ayres, daughter of County since the Last issue of TnE
CapiR.AV. Ayres, residing 3 miles CmiONiCLE: W. A, Brevard and
north from Camden, is very sick Jennie Weatherly; G. R. Weath
living and for relief also. Hunfa Cure
i.3'5 will not help you in the former case, but
will sure cure Itch, or it cost you nothing.
For sale by H. W. Mannon.
After spending an hour with a pretty
fool, how refreshing homely people are.-
Foit Sale A fine milch cow and calf.
Reason ior EellJcp,
cic have another cow. Call on W. A. Ya
4 brougli, Camden depot. 13-i.
urn- r,i,ifv ftnric Stranffljr Cm Tombstone, Ariz.") : I heat
For the first time since the war, Steele's total vote 1,312 your bank has suspended? Resident:
Yes ; so is the president. Racket.
Say, friend ; stop taking so many pills
and try Liquid Cathartic Compound.
Never affiliates with the system. Sold
by II. V. Mannon. 10:ly.
Lady : I want a girl. Keeper of intel
ligence office: I have fifty just imported.
Lady:: Yes, 3ut I i pt -a tlonsestir.--Lowell
Sample copios of Trra OniioificVii 'tliu
taining full election returns, $2.50 per
- .... Iii i j 1 f. c 1 1
i. a in ,i o PvnF ll V . Aiiicnn mia rt tho nil rrpn 111. OWIllfT T U)R nPrPR IlimL T7nvfiintv .TiirtL'e?
disposed tor several tiays tne nrsi - - " - f ' " "a t sen e i.ow Will be sold -cheap
. t I r 14- j--f- l- -v I i f--nri A I rllQT. Tn B Tn.111 Jit rH I I1MI, niT irifw I I IT I 1
Born, east of Camden, Tuesday, caxeu " cwy xo g-
August 5, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur r..y " , "utltbl U1 um 7-
' 0 " I -r iTT n- . nc rr I tTiA lloinivrnia of TTmillltnn flmitltw I -.i t n.,..i.
I PV .1 IV. ) nillir.flr 1 'KP1171P. "uvi'v"1"-'",'"-""""""" ""-v rBmiuuinicin
. , .. L, n o clil,t rai4ir fiulit Brooks.... , 1,088
occupied tlie pulpit at tlie Jum- " ""&"u "b"-
betland Pwsbyterinn Church Sun- Tlie Davidson County Democ-
day forenoon, and in tho evening Tacy swpt uie county.
he delivered his farewell sermon. The result in Shelby County is
a sweeping Democratic victory.
The election passed M quietly
UlarticR'tcArrt vdtrt, .......... 1,187
Flowers . . . . . . . . . ... .. ... Km
juuge v. u. jyist is suuermg
from tt scalded foot A few Jays
since he attempted to throw scald- e-ond
ing water on a wasp nest and some P"rt'
of it accidently fell on his foot, pro- wmh
ducing a very painful and serious Kihth
Mr. Son Presson who has been TMrtvrn'tK
conducting a singing school at the r0"1'1'"1'1
llnn.lua 1 (U7
Davidson.........!..!........ 329 hundred; single copies, 5 cents each
Bowles' inajority 718 Johnson : Why is the moon often spoken
, . . . , T ., t. of as the silvery moon? Jackson: Ke-
TakliiR the vote cast for Supreme Judge the ,
NtreiiKth of the two parties In the county Is ar- use e gt " "J naives ana quarters, J
rived at as follows: suppose. Epoch.
Demoeratle vote 1,133 I told you the new drug store would
i;e,mhlicanvote 655 keep an tho first.ciags remedies-Lifpiid
Total vote of county l,m Cathartic Compound for the liver am
Democratic majority in county 580 New South tor summer oomplai nt. ? (5 1 $
CONSTABLES ELECTED. We predict for Cheatham s TiXees
First distriet-C. S. Brandon. " Chill Tonic an urtprecctkJated succesH.
Second district-J. P. Barnes. , The Well-lcnown reputation of its manu-
:,SllSrkdU? ; b, an ample guarantee.
Fifth dlstrict-Ueorge BaVniaK ana ocorKe & its superior merits.
FOK COUNTY JUDOE.
Sixth disttiet-J. II. IUehahls.
Seventh district-J. C. Wheatley.
Eighth district N. B. Holland.
Ninth district J. A. Nance.
Tenth district J. J. Weatherly
Eleventh district John Ilatley.
Twelflii district-J. F. Ogles.
Thirteenth distrlct-J. S. Walker.
Fourteenth dlstrict-B. D. Furr. :
erly and Alice Rushing; J. II. tS::
., . a 1. i i i d-: -ii. irn: liitrteeniii
UirCUlteOUn-Conveiies Jiea.i yyvxru., iuuguia mm x xicuiu mwauy. i Fourteenth..
and wounderstanditwillbe of short Reports from vari6us sections of
duration as there are very iewcabes the count ftre to the cffect ttftt a
on the docket (rfto.i -: ftii wns 1lA iast Rat-
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS ELECTED.
First distrU t- T. L. Johnson and William Con-
of districts, ley.
Second distrlct-J, M. Holladay and W. T.
Third district James Nunnery and
Fourth district-J. C. Moore, D. F. Knowlcs,
and I. K. riorce.
FiftU'distrlct-Jolm Williams rrd Noah Rush-
Sixth district-As Js Lockliurt an W. (itf
breath. Seventh district Alvey Meltoft.
Eighth district J. C. Davis and G. V. (Wi-
' Alter being discharged, I am led iato
bad company," as the bullet remarked
when it lodged in a tramp. The Jester.
Summer cometh on apace, and soon will
the granger be engaged in his 'anneal
struggle with chills and fever. TakfctraW;
by the forelock and lay in a supply -tt
Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Tonic thJt.
your days in the land may be many. For
sale by W. H. Mannon. 16-ly-4t
There is some consolation is knowing
that the man who takes up two seats in
J. W.I tlltt linruti-rfni fniints fnr nnlu Ann In tlm
A few very pointed reasons why Cheat
ham's Tasteless Chill Tonic will be a
great si.caR. It is absolutely free fnv.n
all tfeleterkniy rngtedietttsi; 'as !pfcjsf.rit
to the taste as honey'; an !aodoltfie gn
never failing cure for all malarial com-
1,1 mi . I 4 TJ'l i.
1 fAO .. . , , . . fr , ir r'ii MJUiiniH. unarauu'wi io lure. v Jiai uioro
h rt could you ask? Sold by II. W. Mannon
Tenth rtistrlct-W. A. Lashlee, T. W. l'attord,
FOlt COUNTY CLERK.
NoTE.-Tlie vote polled was for W. A. Steele, nnd E. Dye.
' Work on the new cottage of E. urday and Sunday. The immedi- SSSSS' W" rSHT dlstr,ct-Jamt's S"uHey a"d K
Twelfth district-T. H. H. rresson ana J . i
E. Fry is being pushed rapidly, ate vicinity of Camden, was not so
and the same will soon be ready bountifully blest though enough to
for occupancy. lay the dust, fell. It .was rather
" Died, in the fourth civil district late to be of much good to the farm
of this county, Tuesday evening, ers,
August 5, tile infant child of Mr. jj;r, jjen Moore, of McKenzie,
and Mrs. James Rushing. wng jn tho city a fewdays since and
A refreshing rain fell at this secured, the contract to furnish the
place Wednesday. This is tho first Bank and Trust Company brick
rain of any consequence that has for their new bank building to bo
fallen here within the past eight erected during this month on the
.00i.0 west side of the square, lhebuikl
A. J. Saunders passed
Camden Tuesday with a lar
of sheep. They were en
13ig Sandy, for shipment t
i He, Ky.
Districts. Votes. ', Districts. Votes.
First 89 Ninth 70
Second 112 Tenth 143
Third U2 Eleventh 28
Fourth 3 Twelftlr 3U
Fifth 202 Thirteenth.... 42
Sixth DO Fourteenth... 1
Eighth 178 Total 1,312
Thirteenth district (5. W. Woods and J.l.
Fourteenth district-J. K. .loaiison ana . . y.
Consistently obituary poets should
share the emoluments with the under
taker, fjjr they play a conspicuous part
in the last sad rites. Philadelphia Press.
"Who is happy on this mundane
sphere?" sceeringly exclaimed Fessi
mus. "The girl with her first engage
ment ring," triumphantly replied Ofti-
fNoTK. The vote nolled wits for W.J, Barnes.
Denioaratic uoTuinec, w ho made the raco without I Shore.
Old newspapers for Bale at this oflke inus..Teweller'H Circular.
at 60 cents per hundred. Blobson : Poor Mrs. Tufstake ! Do yon
Fangle: In what class would yon put know how she happened to lose all her
dust? Cumso: In the sundries.-wet .,.v
lawyers m to ooaru. Turlington rrec
" Districts. Votes. Districts. Votes.
First 77 Ninth. 70
Smwd lin Tenth 127
Third 57 Eleventh 27
Fourth......... 8H Twelitu M
1'iit.n 'j) ) Tli!il-n!l.. 42
.Sixth 7(1 Fourteenth... Wl
Eighth Iii7 Total 1,187
TjskCubonkle office is fully equipped
for doing jolj-prinling in fn r.t-claps style.
We solicit your orders."
Mrs. Cumso (at the bvealf.t tf.hle) :
: Quick, bok wt, youmeitfcoi et
them see you w ith your arm around my
waist. Hec Oh; I don't care: I would
run any risk for your sake- Exchange.
Never make love in a corn-field. Re
Cuinso mterruV'tir.g) Ah, vcubecin to j member that corn has ears and is easily
realize that your mind is about gone, shocked. ou should make an oat o
do vou ? New York Sun. this. Philadelphia Inquirer,