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i mn ill mrfnj MMMtkMMflAwkJ V VOL I.. CAMDEN, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 181)0. NO. 20. THE CA V -i x v. Drugs, Medicines, etc. J.ii.nvMux. Chicago is still trying to. locate the world's fair. H.. w. man no. HERRIN & MANNON, DRUGGISTS & GHEIISTS, Our farmers are now complain- ft i It . 1 ing ot too mucn ram lor the to bacco crop. Late corn is looking well. CLarksvule Democrat. A FULL LINE OF Toilet Articles, Fepfuniepj, Soaps, il Qralsts' Sundries. East side public square,. CAMDEN, TENN. t rinisnniTioNs cvreevua: and accurately compounded at I0:;im , 1 Banking. The force bill iniq uity has merely stepped aside to give the place of dishonor to the McKinley tariff bill. Shelbyville Commercial. The Republican convention of tho Tenth Judicial District of Ar kansas endorsed Judge Wood, the Democratic nominee for judge. am. hours. AFTEit tfeneral (irant has been dead as long as Davy Crockett has, New York City may erect a rtionu- ment to him. Nashville Herald. gaideiij rtifpust Rompann. CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000. Madison County, Ala., has de termined to have good roads, and is building one hundred miles of free macadamized roads radiating : from Huntsville. -BOARD OF DIRECTORS- .T.JI. FARMER: AV. G. HATLEY. T. CJIYE. R. F. HATLEY. SIMON NOISLES. II. F. STIOALL. JN. SIMPSON. ir..I L.FARM Kit, President. 15. F W. II. MEADOW. A...I.FARMER.. P. M. FARMER.. . .ROSS. A. 1C, 11. F.. STIOALL, Vice -President.. ALEX. ADAMS. . A. C. McRAE. M. A. HATLEY- CARNES. A. CMjc:RAE, Cashier. llecelves deposits, males loans, and does a general banking business. l'romyt attention given collections. 1 : ti If the Mississippi convention adopts all of the ideas with which the brains of its members teem, the I new constitution will be bigger than the code. Memphis Avalanche. It would be well if a duty could be put upon tar and feathers, so high that Pennsylvania would cease to apply them to defenseless wo men. Louisville Courier-Journal. PRIMARY ELECTION. Rules Governina the Primary for the Selection of a Democratic Candidate for Congress. At a meeting of the Democratic Congressional Executive- Commit tee, held at McKonzie August 25, 1800, it was ordered that a candi date for Congress for the Eighth Congressional District bo selected by primary, election, and that the candidate receiving the plurality of the' vote cast in tho district shall be declared the nominee of tho Demo cratic party of said district. On motion it was further ordered by tho committee that a primary be held on baturday the 20th day of September, 1800. The rules adopted for the gov ernment of the primary of 188G were adopted as modi tied, to-wit: " We recommend that a ballot-box bo opened in each voting precinct in said Congressional District at 10 o'clock, a. m., and close at 4 p. m on Saturday, September 20, 1800, for said election, and that the ballot-box bo under tho supervision and control of three judges, one officer of election to receive the bal lots, and two clerks, said judges, officers, and clerks to be selected by votes in the primary election shall bo declared the nominee of the Democratic party of the district It was further ordered that tho Democratic Executive Committee of tho respective count ies compos ing the Eighth Congressional Dis trict shall select a Congressional committeeman on or before the 1st of October, 1890, to serve for tho next two years, and shall report the same to A. I. Lamb, chairman of the Democratic Congressional Com mittee, who will call said selected committee to meet for organization at such time and placo as he may see proper. A. 13. Lamb, Chairman. J. T. McCutchen, Secretary. Daring Davy Crockett. Nashville Mnnld.l The man the one hundred and fourth anniversary of whose birth was recently celebrated at Law renceburg, is one of the most uniquo figures standing out in the annals of this country. Davy Crockett was of Scotch-Irish ancestry and first saw the light at Limestone Crook, a tributary of the Nolachucky Riv er, in East Tennessee. "When a Dry Goods and Notions. mi S AID 10TI0M. HERRIN & BATEMAN, GOOD Clothing, Hats, and Caps, and SHOES, , 0 and General Merchandise. SOiTTJI SIDE TUBLIC SQUARE, CAMDEN, TENNESSEE. Mr. Enloe has at last succeeded in securing the passage in the House of the southern war claims bill, which provides for the payment of claims to tho amount of $500,000, of which 6150,000 is to come to Tennessee. Mr. Richardson gave earnest and efficient aid in the mat ter. Nashville Banner. i -i i . i i mere lad Ins parents moved to Washington County where his the Congressional committeeman father kept a teveru. uiiiie uaviu was sent to a uis- BOOTS p(8 for I !um? We also carry a line of Staple Groceries. 1 -.Gm. Job rrintlng. JOB PRINTING IP YOU Mill FIRST-GLASS JOB PUG -OK- ANY 'DESCIUTTION CAM, ON, Oil WHITE TO THE CAMDEN CHRONICLE, TIIR WORKMANSHIP AND MATERIAL IS FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RVSPFCT. YOU 'ARE INVITED TO CALL AMI liAAfliir. nAiui uiun. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION. MATES. "WRITE FOR ESTI- The force bill goes over until the short session. There are those who think it will become a law. It is more probable that it is in a com atose condition from which it will never emerge. If Tennessee Re publicans had their way, however, it would be put in force to-mor row. Union City Democrat. Every child in tho United States ought to be taught the English lan guage and. be given sufficient in struction to be able to read and write. It is a burlesque on a Gov eminent of the people and by tho i it lit i n i peopie tnrougn tne oanotr ior a voter to cast a ballot he can not read. Leavenworth (Kan. ) Times. An ear of corn on exhibition at San Louis Obispo, Cal., is described as being in tho exact form of hu man hand the wrist, palm, thumb, and fingers being all perfect. It is covered with small grains to near the tips of the fingers, which are bare prongs of cobs, giving the hand the appearance of being clad in a nut. Work on the new railroad is pro gressing rapidly, and beforo many weeks cars will be running over the line. The building of this road alone will bo worth many thousands of dollars to Dickson County, Quite a number of citizens in this section have sub-contracted for grading, etc., and have forces of hands at work. Charlotte Tress, of each county; that the judges, officers, and clerks shall reside in ie respective voting districts from which selected. " 2. That each voter shall ca st his ballot in the ward and district in which he resides, but in case a bal- ot-box should not be opened in a ward or district, the voters therein shall vote in the nearest adjoining ward or district. " 3. That all persons eligible to ote in the general election in No vember, 1890, shall be entitled to ote m the primary election, pro ided they are also qualified under he rules hereinafter adopted. "4. That the judges and othcers of said election must strictly enforce the rules adopted by the executive committee, and they have no au thority under said rules to receive he vote of any person not in party accord and sympathy with the Dem ocratic party, and that each voter, beforo casting his vote, if there be any doubt of his Democracy, shall be required by the nidges to pledge n Publications. G ASIDE H OHROBICLE -WILL BE. SENT- TO ANY ADDRESS THREE MONTHS -FOE- r GIVE NTS IT A THREE. MONTHS TRIAL' Axld re ; THE CHUONCLE, Camden, Tenn.. The investment of foreign money in the South the coming fall and winter promises to be unprecedent edly heavy. TKe Manufacturers' Record says that within the nex six months the aggregate invest ments of English money m south ern enterprises will astonish the whole country. We are at the be ginning of a period of renewed ac tivity which will bring greater pros perity to the South than has been ever-dreamed of. Dayton limes. With the Eepublicans responsi bio for the force bill, and threaten' ing to make it a law, and with the party seriously divided on the vi cxms McKinley bill, wo do no know what better the Democrats could ask. The prospect is full o hope. Indeed, if the Democrats do not elect a majority of the nex House, and seize the advantages that Ilepublican depravity holds out to them, they should promptly call their leaders to account It will be many a long day before the j Democratic party has such another opportunity of success. Atlant Constitution. trict school, but he had a fight with another boy, and for fear of his father and teacher ran away. He remained from home several years, leading a nomadic life, lie became an expert with a rifle, one of tho best in the country, frequently ming prizes at matches. Ho "fell in love" when about fifteen, but the idol of his heart " kicked" him because he was illiterate. This lesson spurred his ambition and he leanied how to read and write. When twenty-one years , old he married a lady whose mother had bitterly opposed him. ' Not long afterward ho moved to Lincoln County. When ho was twenty-six years old the Creek war broke out. Davy shouldered his rifle, joined Old Hickory, and un der that great commander fought the red-skins until the closo of tho war. in lozi ne was appointed a magistrate. His political career opened with his entranco into the legislature, where ho remained for il rm i l i . i:cM ; i. l . :a mrew viiius. xuuii nu muvai lu j -ii ; f.n. i.,i: vyuiun ijuuuty ami whs iiiium uivut- MMI'M l.ll , H I ( M ll ft'll'CI.IIlM. - . . "5. That the action of tho execu tive committee will bear no other construction than that we have iven it. and the judges of election are referred to the rules adopted by he committee with instruction to enforce the same strictly. To the judges and officers of the election is committed the protection of the party, and as true and loyal Demo crats, it rest with them to guard well the party's interest. 'G. In case of vacancy m the of fice of tho nidges, officers, or clerks of said election in any voting dis trict, appointed as above directed the remaining judges and officers of election shall appoint a substi tute who shall have all tho power and upon whom shall rest all the duties of a judge, officer or clerk of said election. . , mm 1111 " Y. That no person snail uo ap ed to the legislature. It was in this canvass that he used tho ex pression which has come down to posterity: "Be sure you're right and then go ahead." Crockett's ambition then turned to Congress, and again he was suc cessful. He served two terms, was then beaten, but the next time re elected. It was while serving this latter term that ho made a tour of the principal northern and eastern, cities. His famo as an Indian fighter, humorist, and rifle shot was national and ho was given an ovation everywhere he went. Tho next year ho was defeated for Con gross by unfair means, he claimed, and left for Texas to help her fight for independence. He was killed at the massacre of the Alamo. Henry Manz, of Chattanooga, Tenn.. has paid over tho $10,000 pointed as a judge, officer of elec- damages awarded by the courts for seducing his wife's niece, Miss Louiso Stolz. Mrs. Manz has in stituted proceedings against Miss Stolz for seducing Manz. Chattanooga tion, or clerk except a good and true Democrat, whoso Democracy and integrity shall give ample as surance ot a tree and impartial ex pression of the will of the Democ racy of the district under tne con struction of the rules adopted by the executive committee. "8. That it shall bo the duty of tho fudges and clerks to count the ballots cast in the wards and dis tricts in said election, make out tally sheets showing the number of the proposed lino of railroad from votes rocoiveu oy eacn candidate, i'amt llock to Kingsport, Sextem- and make ccruned returns ot same jjer fn tho Confrressional Executive Committeeman of their respective Hon. John R Euchanjm, Demo- counties on or beforo September cratic nommeo for Governor of According to the limes, .ur. iveinys campaign is pure bush-whacking, guerrilla work in tho interest of the Ilepublican party. Green o County votes .on a prop osition to take $100,000 stock m 525, ls'JU, who shall receive, anias; and certify the same to the chair man of tho Democratic Executive Committee of tho Eighth Congres sional District 01 lennessee, on October 1st, 1890, when the result of the same shall bo declared and piiMisht'd, and tho candidate re ceiving the greatest number of Tennessee, speaks at Duulan to day and Jasper to-morrow. ' An exchange says- that the advo cates of tho lard bill are evidently pretty well greased. Work on the Middle and East Tennesseo Cent ral Hail road is be ing rapidly pushed.