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KENTON COINTY IlKl'lIU-ICANS. mi .!. or a MriuiiAvr, Or Ilia I icrleiift ,f n lik In f'uiiu. try Mima, l.il corn .'ih.lrii. r.) We will in. i tit I h i -rtioii dti the out M ilt, that tl.t r I lin irli.uit has Inure alrt. an I tl1e vmti 1 1 1 ii ker .m l f.iM-r. thaii'titt ruiv iii.tii nr Wninni! in ativ nil i t 11 V wist ii ill i.f 1 .!'. His ftii'l'Vliieiit in t(- iiUv inuM-s lite iihut In l e Lu lu, No, t'l i!iulittf. Ah ;i fil'e ip.-t I ln i t-.e U.e Im-li h.iht tl lie u s- lii'Sii'st, 1 11 t, thi'V think W It'll ).e brllf till 11 rl M i llll 1-er ( Clll. IC.lt lies n!l the way fi't.lil .) lo ."')), while mi ,e i.kt lillliil his niTntiliN lit'Ver fall tlii: nr. ill illier V. i 1 1 1 , 1 i -4 t,'iinU fnsl him areely IlliVI IiIIpl', lltl'l lie Ii:im ,',H W t i 1 1 it 111 Oiit !i t'l pay f..r tin in. F.ut mjt Ii i not the t ;i'ii; I, in to n itiut s tun I 1 ii:i id I i r CANDIDATE ANNOUNCLMLNTS, I let Will ill H h . M li. .lU-.ll. it ini-iiU iimler liii le-ii.l "ill l imi II In li' h ,tm '. I 'i Irm I III lllilll il on I'ur Judga of lb Criminal Court. inri:i i; I J -tl'N t t'l llll' I I I 1 1 1 : I t I I I I' 1 1 . I , fi'llll'll I ,l Ml , ( In lli'l , Mll'l C'llV- Si 1 I .ll If lil V. 1 . v liti liil! It'll i" I 1 i li r it a i iii'liil ii I li aiipin.tir .,r .Ih I mi I n( tin- I le will II . I ' 1 1 1 ' i n Hi I III' Mill! li "t ill I" li'i.ll, I le Intel .'ll. M ill s. ,11, '. S HI ' t t'l I 11' I, "II I'l I'll' I 'I Inn l-M.I.AN liJtHM Mi A. They Met In Man Convention licit Mon day, to Keftolve autl Adjourn. The Republicans of this county met here Monday in mass conven tion and perfected a permanent or ganization for the ensuing cam paign. Senator James Jeffreys was re-elected chairman and AV. P. Cara way as secretary. Delegates were selected to attend the State convention for the pur pose of selecting delegates to the national convention for the State at large, and the nominating of judge for the chancery court of ap peals. The delegates were instruct ed to vote for James Jeffreys for the State at large from "West Ten nessee. Delegates were also select ed to attend the district convention for the purpose of selecting dele gates to the national convention. They go uninstructed. W. T. Ownby, of Nashville, bet ter known as "Windy," was on hand and amused the convention a short time by abusing the Democrats for all the ills to which mrinkiud is heir to. Taum Baker, of Huntingdon, was present, and in declining to re gale his hearers with what he knows about things political, he informed them that he would be loaded for address here the first Monday in next month. Quite a number of Democrats and a fair sprinkling of Populites were lookers on, the former through cu riosity, and the latter well, they are doing some sober thinking this year, and we may expect a better ' report of them when the time comes for endorsing candidates at t ne uai lot-box. HOLI.INGSWO KTil-DAVIS. promptly U,;in l!i ii lin wmk iiU tin I. iriu. I'l. inert liaiit luiil.et liin nerMUiN fn only ".ii ii ii I l.t) l;t ym, v hile the f.u im r h;e tjMia.lv . 1 1 in hi S' inn times inure ; lieiice, the tlillereitet. nti I Mill fnine ef tH f.ir- tlit rs ri'H the InellhiUit ll Mm'.iI all I Jl eeuri t, uthi r Inir t n.-iineH. Now, w t iil ii'linit the men hunt nl- W:xh hhnw h the euituiner the luiht ni.! of the pit tnie, hut w hut if he lines? This lt oil ! V h il ll ill II n.ilmt. 'l'hllik if a Inn- tiii'iit. lui't it ti ultt natural for tH, w lieu J we have iinythihi; (or t-alt or fxeliaii'.'e, t'lhhow IHl'l tell llll the L'otnl inialitles. tvinjr "ll" the ha l uties? Our answer tiaturaliv H lit the iillirinativt. The retail tiien hant'H lionition nerehVi- tatett tiea!i;i'.' with tnoi-t nil classes of eople, an, I, (, eoiirse, hoiih are Vi ry leasant to ileal svith, while many un tile reverse. Yes, we will nay it aain, many are tint reverse. Ihe lirst tun innoiii; wlioiu ht ileals, anil who mostly impresses u , is the cits tonier whu thinks his inonev is worth more than any one elu. They m-i-iii to think the merchant slioiihl nell them mtts at ecst innl pay the Ireiht as "huoiy," or Hell them iiKtiiU nt u verv clost margin n inl lu quit e liheral w it h his "thmw ins." Such customers, ,s a rule, lmy cents worth of i'ooils mi l want you to give them rt lx worth oO cents tn carry Ihem home. 'ih next we wouhl mention arc those "familiar" fellowe, w!io seem to ki'ovv inure nhout the merchiuit's husiness than does inercliants himself Why, ho evt-n Ki'ts ho "familiar" tlmt ho itik's he hit, il your counters to inakehiH selections, ami prunes with you nhout the cost of floods, when in reality his knowledge is liniitel to seeing a traveling drumincr puss through the country and no more. In m .'iitioiiitii; them it would he well to mention the "lounger, " or "box whit ler," for naturally lieilestrves aennspieu ous ilact amotii; them. Now, the iotin- (rercfiines to town sixdavs in the week ami Siiuduy for a chau;-e, and of course his face soon heeomes very familiar to the iiu ichant and he is reineinln red by Kiirn thiii' like t his : When lie come to the door, as a matter of politeness, heasl; him in and eoiithming asks him to take a peat, but his reply is soinethirie; t,f this order: "No, 1 am jest u lookin' around to see what you fellers hev get. How do vou III Mill Inn l'"l I'l lilili'i'llii e I Ml ll .1 1 1 I .. I . 1 1 fnl .lint;,. nt llii' t llllllli.ll I null lit tin' I i' .e llll .linlu . U I llriill , i'l mi M,i nl I III' fin l III I, -l 1 1 lli'lilnli, l... f.ll nr, I llie . lelil, ,.iJ ,M .nl Innll, M.A.UIV, llinl I'll IV. .Mll'je 't In It,.' .u'llnli li tin linn... t'l .il h' . u ty. fVYtil;. V.. tim 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 .' . . I In hiiiiiuii I John l, I 'II..I1 ii e.iiiil.il.tli' (.if l , I . - -nl Hi" I i nun i nml nl the i-1 v I 1 1 1 .lii.ini.il ( lletill. enlni.. i i. I he roitlll nf I'.etiimi, I le. i.itni. I lnijer, I I.H'l.'i li. MailiMHi, Me.ui, nml l'i liv. Sutijeil In the m turn el the l inu la .it u' mi I y. O Headquarte for Sweet Peas ( )l jI ) )( II I 1 1 I t N J We Hit' llillllilli"l t'l ,'lllllnllllei' ll. W . ItflUIINil 11 t ;in. Ilil. ill' ,r .lull.;,' III the 1 lllnlli.il mat of the I leveiilh .lielli l ,1 I II e I III, l'i in 1 1.. lie, I l.l I he POIIIl I let n (. el .1 llll, I ( ral HI . ( liet.'r, I lelnli I Him, M iihsiili, Mi'Viliy, nml I't riv. Snhjei t In the ii. Hull nl llm Ileum, t rat if poly. A (irrat (lirmnil Krmrily, Diseased blood, cotisl ipat ion and kid ney, licr nml bowel troubles me euit d by Kurl'H clover root tea. I W sale by J. (1, Tresson. TVS. W. l:intAi:iKt). iv-'timii. W. .V II. M "I1MIN, I'l. Hilent. Jtil.I. U . t AIM I ll, I. t in rntJM c u;ni i n, been tmite is the Special em rt'sl.iiii.leiii'i'.l Mm. Luther Watson has Men, out is 1'iinva.eM'in. Mi buna IJyan. of !,ritti truest or .Miss I'.iiumi r.rou-htoii this week. UfV. .Mt'tioWell, o Hollow Uni k.lliid MihM Nicie Swift were married last Mon day. I.Ir Harrison' (ireen and wife, of Vale, were the piest of Mrs. John Kushm" Wedn.-s.lav. Mr. M. W. Presson, our nttrseiy man, iui'1 a Mi.s .lohnsoti. of lIunlin;r,on, were married ht week. A younir man arrived at the home of L, M. Walker last week. Me says he come to stay, and h also callx Zack "papa." '1 he collection at Mount Zion was bel ter than was expected owinjj to the in clemecy of the weather Miss Rosa Vil li 8 Kef tired the prize cake, lteiti) consul ered by ihe yoim men the h?. t lookinn yeiinn lady. i.ni-:i:i ti, Tatiuary ;. rnu it c ... m. rilla do not cure constipation. Thev only apfj;ravato. Karl's clover root tea pves perfect renliuitv of tlie bcwels l or sale bv J. G. Tressou. Miss Lora Davis, the charming daughter of Mrs. Henry Davis, and Mr. Porter Hollingsworth, or near Eva. were united in marriage last Wednesday evening at the homo of Mr. Alex. Holland, southeast of this place. Justice W. T. Morris officr atedat the ceremony. We join with other friends m extending congrat ulations and our best wishes to the happy couple; may their life bo one of continued peace, pleasure and prosperity. A Baby's Life. Saved. "My baby had croup and was sav ed by fcmiloh s Cure, writes Mrs. J. B. Martin, of Huntsville, Ala. For ale by J. G. Presson. Whf n Baby wm sick, we gave hir Castorla. Wlieo she wag a Chili, she cried for Ca-storia. slio became Mi3s, she clung to Castoria. Wbn he had Children, sho gave them Castoria. sell i oil" -o here?" "l-'ournml five, pound'i to the dollar. " "Why, I ken beat that over there at that store on tin; corner." "Very well, that's the place to buy.'' " We-w e-we-well, bu-bu-ui-but he's out now !" So naturally we conclude we hive hem med him up in one of Josh Hilling's "Sil verplaled Truths." I'.ut this same fellow mis inn ieu you ny any ineans, !i:jrtloes he leave till be lias shown you how his new ten cent "barlow" knife "will coil the film vinirs oil' a 4x6 goods box lid and out "port holds" in the sides. Now, bo must rest after all this, so he measures his length on the counter, where, of course, he will be most in the way. and with his small pedals (usually No. D's) lie earries from 2 to pounda (if mother earth only to he left for vou to brush oil' and sweep out. Now, the afternoon is drawim? to a close, and bo bids you adieu by saying l mus be gwine." es. and bv this time the merchant w ill gladly excuse him nnd is not sorry either if he don't come back next day. Now, last, but by no means leant, comes that "hard-time" fellow, who goes around with a "camel-hump" on his back and a ' jake grin" frown on his face saying, "1 never seed sieh hard times in my life; money is mighty scare, 1 tell you; the laborin' class is gwine to rise up and de mand their rights and git relief if it takes the musket to do it," and he goes on by saying that he can't sell anything he lias jot tor the money, and the merchant is 'squeezing" him to death to settle his ac count. Ho the merchant gels sorrv for him, and proposes to take anything he hau to settle his account. On inouirv. Mr, "Hard-times" has no horses or cows, nor in fact anything to sell with which to bring him money even at the "hard-time" pi ices, but after all this he does not for get to tell you about the scandalous way the uepuoiicans are ttoing, how the Dem ocratic lenders have betrayed the party, his views on free bilver, to bemean the gold standard, what Congress should do, the tariff hill us found by a Republican House, the President's message, the Ven ezuelan question, and many other things which in reality he knows very little about. All of which would try the pa- .' U T 1 . , l I nenceoi jou oi uiu, much less an ordi nary merchant. But such are only a few of the manv trials of this same man the retail merchant. Now, in conclusion, we wish to say that if those who devote so much of their time to talking "hard-times," the action of Congress, the political parties, and the monetary system, along with foreign af fairs, would devote the same amount of time in looking after their interest at home, there would not be so many women and children turned out of house and home to satisfy a tax debt caused by the poor management of the indolent "hard tuner," who, it seems, would do better as a slave with a master. Show us a man who works and tends strictly to his own business, and we will show you a plenti ful, happy home. Jellico Billy. February 4, 18. Captain Sweeney, V. S. A., San Diego, Cab. savs: "Shiloh's catanh remedy is the first medicine I have ever found that would do tne any good." Trice 50 cents. J-or sale by J. (J. Presson. Gratitude Unbounded. Walnut, Tkx., March 15, 1893 To Key. It. L. McKlren: I have suiTereil for years with dull headache, weak hack and shooting pains in tho small of ray back and shoulders About two months ago I got two bottle of McElroo's Wine of Cardui, and it ha cured mo of all my troubles. I fee very grateful to Dr. McElree for his wonderful medicine. Ali'.s. F. J. Mayfielo, kesolutions of kkspkct. a Pi i. -in 1 40 cents ; Z ti nt:. it:r t't''.inJ 13 cei.tc. NEW DCUCLF- 0WLIET PEA Prldo cf NM.nrara Truo to io'ii d. vl 2T. cents, hair Packet 15 cent",. II.xc I Yarn lira J"T j J i.i If j o.in-1 Qu. Tho . T!ir. t'l. mil. i I'fl I Cri:n: Rambler Ho so Only . 'iitS. . . r . i . '. I.C...I.TT. !..!-, iv.it .1 visit "ii t t!i:,i. t,' F.ill h.t . f ! i'.-.v.. ,'V.-, ?iT .i i l" I tm - . ci. t i I tr, ;tL r fice wuh hi. i.i 1 "., Trl': l ru'l Truo Novo! tics. '" . s.'. I i il 3uf.li: v. !iii Phenomenal '.: ' 1 eny, Tl) P J'.htiiin. ,i. f 'i'l.t'iut'j, Vick'a P.arly Lender, i':.c l.ailic.t Tum-tii iuiuwn. t) u to I) r: to l:'l ll'T. M'-s, Sin. til ln'.ii i, 1 1 : !.,.!( la.y I,- i!cl ny t f tin: ;i!...vc. 1.1. w f .r ii . i'ii d' wi iption nti l pn'i e. -I fi'.a In -t order ical P) T71 f 5 sJArvlES VICK'S SONSra ROCHESTER, NEW YORK. St M IIU ( ik;s II I Mm ; 11. I Ml It fl I , s.i i. I.ii). t Vlllnu.il ll,, Ilk, .N.liH i.'i'l. I' lit i I'll Kl. Hi l l AUTH0HIZED CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $400,000.00 i n mi p. rTi m r si e 1 UUUV i7J fVlEiVlFHIS, TENN. Guarantees to every Policy Holder Participation in Profits, and is tho only Company in I ennessee which does it. r ts Directors comprise the most prominent business men at Memphis, ts Policies cost no moro than thosa of other Companies, which return you nothing. . BOARD OF DIRECTORS. It)i:i. W. ( AIM I K. is. v. i:ifil.M;lsoN'. W. N Wil.KI i:mi. .i:hi:(;k i;ii n. I'M I. UA.MM ANN. si m i i i: t im.sw IV. 1-'. Ml hl'IIY. i:. r: IH'N t l u. I 1 : i 1 ii;;i;n,l.. I.. LAW lltll.'N. K. .1. iai;i i.i. r. s". i'.i;tiin.. inr.v i.i- M i r. i:. i'. w it l.s. VV. E. MRAE. AGEN X-er; CAMDEN, "TEZfMN. What is I.'' . iWvVO Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other IVarcotic suhstancc. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Cas-torta Is so wt-11 adapted to children that I recommrnd It as superior to any prescription known to mo." II. A. Aw-heo, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St.., Brooklj-n, N. T. "Tlieusoof 'Castoria' Is so universal nnd its merits so well known th it seems a work of supererogation to endorso it. Few are tho intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy roach." Cakixis ILuityn, D. D., New York aty. Castoria. Castoria cure Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhcea, Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotos di gestion, Without injurious medication. "Tor several yews I have recommended your ' Castoria,' and shall always continuo to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial resulU." Edwtn F. Pardeb, M. T)., 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York aty. Tub Ckntaub Company, 77 H curat Stbkbt, New York Crrr, To Uio Worshipful Master and r.rctliron of Hie Sandy l.tnl;e, No. -j-.io, of Free mid Aeeepted itia.ioiis: We, your eoinmittee, appoliitetl to iliuft pream lileiiiiil rt'SoliitioiiH (-(iiii't'iiiiiitt the tleath of Koli ert M.Ui-iihiim.bes leave to submit tlie following report: Our beloved brother, Kobert IT. Craliaiii, was ""hi January in, i.vjii, near I'.i in, tstewart t'oiinty, Tenn. II is at her inovetl to tliisi-nuiuy in the fall oi iN-.u, wni'ie lie lived and t led I. rut her Cm Mam lii-otessi'il religion at the ace of M anil Joined tin; .Mi'tliotlist Kiiiteopal Cliureli. South, in wliit'll eliureli lie served nearly all his hie as trustee, and fur a milliner of years as steward. Ho was one of the pioneer class-leaders of Met lioilism in this (".unity, and was a licensed exliorter forntmut ten years. Jle tliscliarcil all his christian duties in the fear of (iod anil fortheirood of Iniinanitv. Of his own free w ill and accord he made application mi uie iiunis, i iuiiis, anil iieneiitsol Ancient Ki t Masonry, and was raised to the sublime degree ol Muster .Mason, lie lived a Mason as he had christian; ail his actions, words, and general de portment were seemingly prompted bv the main spring of principle acl iiik from within. Hrother Graham was married four times, unit lived a de voted husband and lather unt il his death, Decem ber lsii:,, imed 7.r) years, 1 1 months and 11 (lavs. After expressions of love and admiration tor the dear departed and in the presence of a Kevcre loss and in the shadow of a Reeat. bereavement, there is no consolation outside of Christ. To-day we come to Htm as a divine helper to a friend who was once a man of sorrows and acquainted Willi erief for couraL-e and svmiialtiv. we nrav that our faith fail not ; that our zeul'does not le Uu : that our hearts do not faint. In the death of our valued and beloved brother. Hubert M. Graham, each member of this frater nity has lost a precious friend and a good brot ti er; therefore, be it Uesolved, 1 hat as servants of Hie Most Hil-'h, submittiiiK to His holy will, we thank God for his example, his untlinchlu.i; heroism in the ilischarno of fluty, and his persevering courage through faith and consecration. Kesol veil, That w e pledge ourselves anew to the work he loved so well, and to which he nave Ins time, strength, and talent; that we mil. upon the altar of sacritice-as did lie-all we fiave and are through Christ,; that bis memory is a sacred leg acy we will cherish while we wait and work. liesolved, That we extend our sympathy to tils bereaved wile, bis sons, his daughters, and his grandchildren, and pray that they may have the, strong arm of God about them, guidiiig, consol ing and strengthening until called to Join in the blessed beyond w here loved ones never part; that asa frateriiitv we were present at the funeral ob sequies, thereby in some sense showing our pro found respect as well us love. liesolved. That a copy of the above nreamhlu nnd resolutions be spread upon the minutes of i nis louge, and punusiieu m ine county p-ipers, 'rinrl'A.ii.b'M I ' ii ii. ip i.,l l'i. y.n.'.l,. v....... and ii copy presented ttxtlie bereaved family oi me ueceus.ua. v. a. minis. M. Hehndon. g. W. Nichols .J8- axeman recheeriv DEALERS IN r w A'? lit I) I I V t tr i Hi,- .r-x pure - : -I LISCQLH O0OH1 WHISKY, ppleifleasliiFaRiiea WINES, BEER, CAMDEN. TENNESSEE. tpWc buv ilirect from Pistillers' Government Homled Warehouses under the inspection and guarantee ol 'the liovertimenl's agent in charge. We thus guarantee our goods to be the very best that can be bought, and wo defy competition. MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY WHEN ACCOMPANIED BY CASH PUBLIC OPINION. Shall it be primary or convention? This is the question now agitating the minds of Democrats in this county. In the opinion of many Democrats it will not do to adopt tho convention idea in nominating candidates for the county offices, as it will not give Hati.sfaetion to tho party. This opinion is based on tho idea that conventions (as a rule) are con- at the general election. As for myself, any way of nominating a ticket by the party will be satisfactory; The Democrats have a handsome ivnijdr ity in this county, and can elect their entire ticket if they will only do their duty. It is frequently the ease that we fail to get our choice on the ticket, but we get the choico of the party, aiid duty bids us to give tho nominees our ruqual ifled endorsement and support. I hope the Democrats ot Old lenton. trolled bv "riiias and "boss 'rule, and the party will feel under no obligations I will think of this inotter and discuss the 1 . .. , . -1 . i ii I 1.. i -1 .- i : i: .1. .,i to support candidates nominated in tins way. Others say they do not want pri maries, as it is too great a temptation or inducement for men to violate pledges m ado in nominating the ticket. Judg ing the future by the past, men aro per mitted to vote in tho primary, thereby nledeiuir their support to the ticket as I nominated, ocly to violate that pledge mode and manner of nominating a ticket, and in this way the committeemen can actunderstandingly -when called togeth er by the chairman. It the duty of the committee to reeognizo the wishes of a majority of Democrats and thereby (?? euro success to the party. E. M. McAuley. Camden, February i.