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I t ff'Ti- I f t I I i N ft A, Vii I! . Hi ' st i .'i I A ' l -I ill'l If Vui. Mil. N CAMDLN, Tr.NN., I JtlDAY, OCTOULK A l'd. WliOl i: .ho. '.OCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. Mr. I). J. 'I human, jr( f L:1) was in town Saturday. Mr. B. D. McCoid.of Holladay, was in town Saturday. t Mrs. W. T. Morris has returned T u visit nt L'uio!! City. plvw. W. T. Mohh and (). 1'. Jjfu-.hl.-v MK iit, Sunday nt live. , i i j i t i Mr W 1.' i !,...: .. r i . i 1 x lu-y nrnvi'ii m-re Hl'll. T. Y. hinih ll!il Hull. .Jolil! J!. McOdl v. ill meet in n joint li emsioii nt Canul.-n next TucmIuv. 1 hin in ft t: 1 opportunity t.u hear n discission of i-iial coinnu'-; and ho gold htnudard. J I I'is. Tom C. Bye, of Washing lull, iiml family ar musts (if Mr. !.1 Mm.. I. D.'MeAuhy. Mr. Bye joim-d his family nt J Irow HiOM COXDUHGH. ay to remain n-veral w -k m. Much credit is due the p-nth-tnen who iiiti.lo the arrangements to re ceive and eid- rtain ex-(lovernor 1 1 ... I l 1 I . 1 itui'ii ti. iiiyior iieic yesieniay. J Iveryt hi n-Miioved oil' smoothly and the laiL'i. crowd was handled ml. mirably. low T. 1'. Cason will preach at 1 cthh-hem next Sunday forenoon Mr. J. J. Conrad has ret unit d flt ht) ""'l hour, and at Morris was in town Monday. Postmaster 15. F. Davidson, of Aay, was in town Wednesday. Mr. Will S. Coibitt, who had a rdapm. la.,t wet k, is improving. i ll!.'l.S-liieetili-r . f hilv.-r tiwn ill meet hen- again to-morrow. .Mrs. (J. W. Arnold and child re inn. d to Brownsville hist Friday. bere I'm,.. . .. ...... 1.1.' I i- i-Au-uueu visit m incuana. , Mrs. dree ne visited relatives at ycksou Saturday, returning Sunday. .. M. Lnshlce, es., left Tuesday for several weeks hunt in eastern Arkansas. I Impel at 15 t. in. The above will he the last Services nt, these nn. pointrnt-ntsfor the conference, vear. Lverlodv invited. Tosri lias hitherto lee:i known only as the writer of some of the most famous songs known to nitiM- cal people, lie lias now written us Jon. L. k. b arren, o Carroll rirht purely instnunental composi. U..nty . spoke, at 1'leasant alley tion, a n.inuet for the piano, w hich , . . . the Jjadit-s" Home Journal has sc. v Hon. L . Sims F.poko toulnre cured and will publish in an enrly ynxd enthusiastic audience at Holla- issue. i i i . i KWy mm ay lasi week. Mn y Im( ft fftmi n, jiis. x, r. Wilson and cliiltl re- union l.mt ednesday, there hem-; turned homo yesterday from n visit present Mr. and Mr. Tom C. II ye. of t-'jveral weeks in Kentucky. find children, of Washington, 1.). C, Mr. Eugene "Wyly has completed r- ml J. W. Hye and child, ,a new residence in the third dis- Mayfield, Ivy., Mr. find Mrs. "W. trict, and moved in thU week. -T. Uye ami child, ofTadiicah, Ky., i Hon. IX (. Hudson will iddress t Irs: J-l- Varbrou-h and child, of the Tree Silver Lcairuo at Lick Usahliville, and Miss Mattio Lye Creek Friday nilit, October CO. k Catherine, the little daughter of Deputy Sheriff A. J. Goodman, and Mrs. W. 1). Steele, died of Pavatta Landing visited rela- aUn enrly hour Tuesday niormn tives Vi ;:"Uir . o i , i!i i,n- 11. .1. Fry and wife visited rt hi tives here Sunday. J. J. Allen moved his family to Ho!! adav la.it week. U.S. Yates made a f'jin trip to SnL'ar Tree S-iturday. 11. D. (Kilt wi n! to Su.'tr Tree l-'iit 'liiesday on luisiness. Lev. J. F, Carl pn -ached an ex. ft Ht-nt sermon here Sunday. J. F. Od lo visited his parents fit this place Satuiday and Sunday. J. (J. Fkobins, - p, of Camden, was here Saturday on leal busi ness. Fariiiers are busily cnard in fntherin'jj the peanut crop, which is very ood. Co;Juirh and conauunity will he well represented at Camden next Thursday. Hurrah for ''Our Hob!" Quite a crowd turned out to hear J. A. Clement speak at this place Saturday evening. We am ;oin to snow Jelfreys under here No vember 3. Misses Clara, Daisie and Ktlu-1 Thornton, of Mclllwain, visited rel atives hero Saturday and Suuday. t ome fljnin, ladies; you are wel- corae to our midst. James Jelfreys has been up here to "encourage" the leroes iu this district He also circulated ft lot of k'old standard literature and liis tin 14 card anions them. Our Fret; Silver Lchlhio net Las 110 active members. The "craze is dyini; out by rowinu; stronger and stronger for Uryan and Sewall and all the free coiuiiLro of silver candidates. Coxr.ur.cii, October 20. FltOM GAKFIKIJ). SH-oial -ont-sMin.!i'iH'e. J. A. Cowell, of Cowells Chapel, visited here Sunday. Jbertha McLIyea and l'rof. J. W. rn.'i,.' i ,,!. i .t. The little son of Z. M. Walker Blair spent Sunday at Huntingdon. Rvmnnllv nf . hn nf f r;M1,l. Tl,n l"it last week r m i .:n i. i J J . . , : .. . . T.i,,, ii..;., f w..i ::i.i : o. u. viemeiu, esq., wiu nieiiAui, remains were interred at JJethehem Jiluuli 1,1 lslt ' Wavevly to-morrow. Also at JcLd- Cemetery this community Sunday mi nr i. 1 i ii. s .i... I ti,.. u. iff ;., ...... Eonvine monuay anu .bl oiyuoion M j j , w p of Ca n nmu u Bi... " Tuesday. Countv. Rncl Mrs. M. i v Hatlev h. cl'llls' to lho re-ret of hls many A frruV nudionnA liMiril T!pv. J 1.,v ll'ieiHlS. F. Carl, of Holladay, preach at the th0 bride in this city yesterday nf- n 1Utl 1"tnJ' ? lethodist Church Thursday even- ternoou, Lev. Joseph Allen officia- tlie Bf8t of J- L- H(lsou Saturday V, f lncf. j: a, !.. rn Bml Sunday. VJw I llll'f flL lilt: LCieuiUUV. HIV IiJ(ll-l T i ir - ,, i a ., ,, i t , -r-. -r . , . ! xj. A. v vau aua inim v were tlio Hon .Joseph JUJoncBjOt yros- rmgo vas n very quiot nnair, on iy s o rhomM Bro - Lton anJ Cien, Will epeaK ai IjI',' ouuuy uu n it-w itmun-B ui-in pu-wui. it e f0,,-i,T ...lo,. Daiunwy, uciouer ox. xvery uouy join m uruuK io..s1..iUi,hiuU1. j?yim NaIlCft anJ g01 yir go ana near mm. . BUU um. ."' . cril. were irnests of J. IX Nance and .. . . - j-i --W- I T a r- i 11 1 I 1 ' rn Enthusiastic 1 ree Silver Jjeacues o. a. Element, esi., wno nas oeen fmn;iv Inst Tlnn-ad have been organized in the county campaigning in jJecatur and liar- ewt Ballard is wearing a broad the past week at Lick Creek, Lib- din counties, spent, Sunday with sm0 Buce tj,e Rrrivai Gf a new erty, Crooked Creek. Ins tamiiy. Jie leit Monaay tor dautrhter at his house I't'DIli :- ee 'h f ' L'o t m r f.inl ti,e U'is!a!nic. Wa' U i!. l-'.Mii't 1. ieceivetl. Here is a th" wny tht at!e:;;pt i., jeingmatle to "ii,!!ii.-nce" l uim-,, m n. We learn that tw o mercl n n if Carr(ll County, John Spi Uings, if Jlueiia Vi.ita, and Mr. l'eiiiek.df Hollow Hock, havf tivt n their e- K'l'iellCe. lit 11 th"' J ill rcll.'lM' -i 1 their fall and winter "oodi recent y, payment of the :;.!iie was tic. UiaiKletl HI t'ohl. returned. (lood. Th' ;;oods were What n- xt? Co :l.!.s C'iai i l, O.-tol 1 IUIM ri.ATV.OOIM. r.-iiul.ir rorr.'-.iiM'l.-ii''-. Aaron I'nrrar is building a new dwellimr for (i. 11. CulT. T. H. Piiirord.of l! fuerdam, was the guest of John l'utl'ord Sa.ihiy. S. C. lek find mother visited the family of Prof. C. C. Vick on Dry Creek Sunday. II. K. Falford ndurned home la.,t Saturday, haviiiL,' closed a Hucces- f id school at the Vick sehool-hoiiM. IV. - Urn ,M,r i;;lt.r l Tuflur lijr Ihr 1 rl..ra.ir. Hon. n.-!- -! L. Tax lor, who nr. rived here yiti'rd.iy mur'iiiig from Ciiiou City, w-i.i in. t at tae tut inn I'V !l Ion;' J ;-oee'..,;(,, of 1,.,; ,.-;;ien and t hie, h, -. !,.d l,y H h-l.f,H hand, find i -m anted to the AliioM lIoi -. n f t r iii-h i: i nr. Mind the public Hjtntv. Sevt I. teen charmiiiL,' Votmg la lies, MiM-s M-uy Wxly. Molhe llu.h in:', Jo. Sullivan, Mm:::i Melton, Charlie livan;, Mauih S.iuudt-rH, Lizzie Mi-Cidlon-h, Anice Me Uae, Tiuit Ilu.-hin;', I.i.zi' Martin, Ha Larhlee. Ida MeKae, Lizr.io llul , -ek, Jiu'IIii" ToWI'etlil, M i 11 11 io ilarn-s. Ol-h MeDa.iiel and Lin i.'e Lfthlilee, uppr. -priately dressed to 1'epi'eK. -nt. h to 1, mud' u fine a pp. ;." n -t t , y ro'! in 1 1 . - pro ( i i -'i lor -h-ie1; l..,iv : 'arri .'e t,f j.y-(e . i i-i r Tavlor. T! ! HONOR AND FREEDOM. Let Every Ilvniocrat Show Ilii Country' Flag bnturday, Oclobnr 31. (.kin-: t. o. p'ae.' in the MU- m i -'i. ).'ti,i-, a.-'-i:i!)l"l niter ilin ii' r i:i lienor of tho next g n'err.or of T-'liliessee. A. C. McKae pre-.t d Ton C. t ithe audience, and Mr. Lye l'rof. A. A. Cole and wife hae -I '-".i't-yi !, w In re over !." ') returnetlfroni alt. ning I'ouferetye at Huntingdon Saturday fi'.d Su.i- lay. T. AY. Cuff and William l'allord jitldrt t.-.ed the Free Silver Lengu. at the meeting Saturday evening at Furrars School-house, after which a hirire nuir.her of new nembt rs were enrollctl. Wt now have a strong league of active advocates of etpial coinage, and new converts are joining the cause o Lryan and prosperity. The l-'ague will meet again Saturday before the election. Flatwoods, October 20. n. turn mtiviU'.'vd IwX-Oovt ;ii.r Taylor in a few appropriate w.uds which convinced the audience that Mr. Uryan r.nd t! e cm.-- of i ir-e-J) S. L. I'eeler was elected grand Humphreys County where he will TY,0 uew ficl;ool building at this miardian of tho Knights of Honor niei iweuiy-mreo appoim uenia 10 place ia Koiu; up rapIaiy, Rnd will at tho annual meeting of tho grand speak He is making a thorough be completed by November 1. 1,1,. nl 'MoalnrillA lnaf wpplr. canvass, and is leaving nothing mi- W nrn flail in lpnrn tlmt. "MJoa iui rtev.T.F.Casonpreachedatthe 11" ? A Ele- h d- itri.;,!,,,,,.;, Rnn.l f.wnnnn """ . ciueu to maive uarneui ner iuture r n Vr::: ; : ,u : Only ten more days until you will home liavo an opportunity to cast your Misses Dora and Ellen Hall, of pulpit at the evening service. for Bntinuatiojl o the M E,gvilie, visited their uncle, Jack A strong camp of Woodmen of 6taudard or for equal coinage of Beasley, at Johnstown, Thursday the World has been organized at l)0th gold and silver at the ratio of of last week. Wavrly, and the prospects are ig to 1. On that day you must de- AYe learn that a movement has most flattering for a large member- cjje between the American and the been made to organize a Free Sil ship at that place. European plan of a monetary sys- ver League at Eggville to-morrow There will ho speaking at Holla- tern. If you are satisfied that the evening. Let everybody join. dav next- Tuesday evening and at present gold standard has main-' Stella, the little daughter of John Matlocks Chapel Wednesday even- tained prices of products, etc., that Ogles died last Saturday evening in:' under the auspices of tho Ceu- are satisfactory to you, then you of that dread disease membranous trrJ Free Silver League. will vote for McKinley and Hohart croup. The bereaved family have electors. It you are sincerely in the sympathy of the entire com favor of more money and better iminity. The remains were inter- times, then you should cast your red at Cedar Grove Cemetery Sun- ballot ior Uryan and Sewall elec- day afternoon. tors. If you want to throw your Gahfield, October 20. ballot away, vote for Palmer and Duckner electors or Bryan and Watson electors. Whatever you Kcsuiiir coiTPsponUiMire do vote and vote without prejudice. . L. Jordan, of Garfield, visited We join in extending a welcome to Mr. J. F. Beaton and family who Ik have moved from Big Sandy to this place. They occupy the building vacated by Capt. Ii. W.'Ayres. Marriage licenses have been is v.ed by County Clerk G. B. Greer to Whitfield Townsend and Ches bie Furr, J. A. Davidson and Dovie Earp and John AY. Kowe and M. N A, P. Hatley. ) jlr. W. E. McRae, the accommo dating cashier of the Camden Bank oml Trust Co.. has been wearing a pleasing smilo since the arrival of ft new sou at nis uumu ihsij j.uuid day evening, lie says the young man is a Democrat, and will bo un der his special care until he is 21 years of age. Every Democrat in the county 'J .i i ....i.i .... j. i:.. FItOJI COWEIXS CIIAFKL. Last Monday Chairman James K. Jones, of the Democratic Na tional Committee, at Ciiicigo, issu ed tho following circular: Democratic Natitui.il llemlquai-ters, ChicriKO, Octolier VJ, lS'.'G. Tim Amer ican Uiifj lias always hticn the t-mbleni of national honor, aial it will alwajn remain so. It in too sacred to bo prostituted to partisan purposes, as lias Ik cm attoL.i)tcd iur iiiu urtu, iiiul' in inis campaiRii. its i liilliiencfthas filwavu been f-r "om to all mankind. Its display is always potent for tin advancement of all that is lu'i-t in our Government, for it appeals to ev ery sentiment of patriotism and uatioua al priJo. 1, therefore, sufrcst that on Saturday. Cetobev 21, all those who desire to pre serve the country's lienor and independ ence a.s it came to us from the fathers; who believe in the rights of every man, rich or poor, to cast a free and u.itram- mele.d ballot; who oppose Government by corporations and the coercion of vot- j era, and desire that real and genuine prosperity may once again return to blens our people, display tho national colors at their homes, their phtcea of business and win rover clso they may be seen m order that voters win .so hearts are f." their country may be cheered and their purposes strengthened, and that those who are wavering may take courage of their patriotism to perform their duty as citizens, to the end that "government of the people, by tho people and for the people shall not perish from the earth." James Iv. Jo;:i:s, Chairman Democratic National Com mittee. Chairman Jones' idea has the hearty approval and endorsement of Democrats in all parts of tht country. His suggestion should be acted on by every true Democrat, and there is little doubt it- will he. The llepublicans have a way of tryingto create the impression they have a monopoly on the 11a inn n j mor" luvc.l c.'nmrioii that lh-nton's gifted sou. Lx-Govt-nior Taylor t.i.'he for al..n:t two hours, end r.,iu from fiTijucnt npj 1'iuse when h- nr.doa gi't'd point, the large crow! gave him good ntfe-t ion. During his speech Mr. Taylor took occasion to score some or the losses of the i'opulists, who are engaged in an if.irt to l"ide the Populist voters tt. the. Ke)uhl;efns like so i ip.uy tin. p. Then w-re some I'opuii.-ts pitser.t, and they seemed ti he favomblv in.Mvse I j i I with the address which abouiv-d i j an array of fact i and figures that curried conviction with them. Mr. Taylor dec" red that Tillman had treated him m a very cowardly manner, but he wis going to wipe up the earth with that Lepubliean millionaire in Novenber. a vain lioru. Who possibly can, snouiu o to mu, Sandy to tho grand rally Saturday, October 31. 1 Ion. Joseph Ik Jones V nud others will speak on thatocca i sion. There will he the largest crowd ever in Big Sandy before, and the hills and valley will ring with Democratic enthusiasm. here Sunday, Tiieiie will be no fusion in Ten- Albert Stephens, of near Morris ti ii ii 1 m. .1 . - -i i i .... i nessee. f usion wouui mean tne unnpei, visueti nere ounuay. breaking up of all the schemes and The farmers of this locality are deals of Populist leaders and tho busy this week sowing wdieat. Ilepublicans. McDowell has no J. JD. U ridges, of Alamo, is vis- doubt made fusion impossible by iting relatives and friends here. his demands from the Democrats Misses Jidlen Jbndges and Lva that he be given an open field for Cowell visited 'in Carroll County Congress in the .Ninth district. It bumtay. Populists have any doubts of the Mrs. Polly Cowell is visiting her knowing of McDowell to tho deals daughter, Mrs. Stephens, on Cy- wnth republicans, the following is press Creek. a remark in effect that he made two llev. L. M. Cooper will preach at years ago to a leading Populist of Barkers School-house next Sunday Madison County: "The time will atternoon at .3 o clock, be ripe two years hence, and I'm And Bryan is still marching on. going to have something out of it." He vviH carry Tenneesee by 50,000 Johnny is after it, but the question mnjority, but Democrats should be is. can he deliver the eoods i W ell, beware ot pit-tails laid by itepub- ask the boys who furnish the votes. I licans. -Don't trade. The tight in g. ilu-y prostitute the flag to the basest po- Hubert L. Taylor litical uses.. It remains for the i,y Democratic, Democrats to demonstrate their love and respect for the stars and stripes, and to indicate on the eve of the election that they will cast their ballots for n principle tint will free America forever from the domination of foreign powers and their Wall Street, allies. T J I V. Pal m er-Bockner aggregation say Tennesst e is a djub.ful State; the Republican loudly proclaim that they are going to cany i but neither will give liguies to back up their assert io.n-s. The ilepublicans have no hope of carryinir T nmssee for McKin ley. They are merely keeping up appearances to conceal the leal do- signs they have on this State. Their hope is m tho State elec tion; they have a sort of faint idea that by some fhike, or by al .:cky application of shin plasters they may elect Tillman governor and control the next, general assembly a hope born of alleged dissatisfac tion of gold standard Democrats, and the aid Mim3 will give them . by dividing the silver vote. That this is the only hope they have in this State is found hi the fact that everywhere they n.re try ing to trade off McKinley electors and in this and other district0 they will trade thei. Congressional can didates for votes for Tillman and assemblymen. Bet tin hope is vain. Tennessee is going to give Bryan a majority. Her choice for governor will tie Tennessee is go Democrat will not trade their votes they will not sell their birthright for pottage. The executive board of, Benton County Central Free Silver League and tho president and secretary of each district league are hereby no tified to meet at Camden the first Monday in November, 1890. You are urgently reqiv ded to be pres ent at said meeting, as matters of gr"at importance pertaining to the election will be discussed. I). G. Hudson, L. Wyly, Chairman. Secretary. The Democratic county executive committee is hereby tailed to meef- in Camden on the first Monday .a November, 180. The members of the committee are urgently request ed to meet me at' the court-house at 12 o'clock, to consider important business pertaining to the election. J. M. Holladay, L. Wyly, Chairman. Secretary. It was written by an English poet nnd philosopher that "the common .,1.. 111...',.,.,...- ,1 ennui pt"t 'pi , lllxt l'i C LI-'i.Ul .4 ... nuirn.- times had sense enough to kick off their burdens," mea.dng the so called higher classes. Be '-br.ps he had in mind the campaigns! lSiC.