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ih'K'il.tr i"l 1 1-. . .ti.l In c l Quito a number from 1m vi-nt to Cmn.li i) yt'himiay. II. .1. l'ry, dt Sunr Trrr, wu-t (Ait on liuiiif,-4 y hti iiliiy. tS'ltll Oil!' HUtil.' II liUnilWr-4 tllj) i (;!ia.s"vil!A lru.t Thurhiliiy. Mihs N11I( Otllo in vinitin n hi tivcs at Snnr Tree thin v.ck. Dr. II. Jlunu-tt, of Hu-ar Tn wnn 1ht on linnim-sH SaturiUy. Itu hard Oillo nr-oiriifuiii'l koiih (f t li voting lailic to church laht Sunday. Ah x Walk'r,of tho i lovcnth uuh trj( I, hiiH innvtil hirt family to th AVootls farm. "V. H. (Mlo canio homo yohtorday from l'nr.-ions to remain until iifU'r the flection. A. J. Fry rntulo hia regular mat rimonial (our to Flalwfxxln Sunday "When will it Ih, Jack? T. 1. llea.Hlry, of lteokK)rt, has leased the. landing nt that luco to II.: S. Shannon, of Terry County Quito h numlier from this com munity attended tho funeral nermon of N. A. WesHon nt Flatwotxk last Sunday. . C. L. Totty, of Camden, paused through here Thursday en route to Parsons to meet hia brother, Gnu Totty, who lust a horse by accident Misses lleadin McDaniel, Minnie and Nellie Odle and Adit Fry were guests of Misses Clara and Daisie Merrick, of Mclllwaiu, Sutnrday aim Sunday. Coxburgh was well representee at the Breaking at Matlocks Chape Wednesday night. It was ft love feast for the Democrats. Hon. D. G. .Hudson presided, and his tell ing blows in behalf of Democracy carried conviction with them. To-day is the great battle of the ballots. Every man should go to the polls and vote his sentiments, and we pray that the honest senti ment of a great majority of Ben ton's sturdy sons be for William J. Bryan, R. L. Taylor, J. A. Clement and every nominee on the Demo cratic ticket. Coxburqii, November 2L If it . is groceries you want, re member Hawley handles the best. FKOM GAIiFItLL). Special cotresTxmdcnce.J . J. J. Cole went to Camden on business yesterday. Hardie Beaton, of Big Sandy, visited here Sunday. M. A. Byrn opened the school at Cedar Grove -yesterday. John Dickson crushed his foot accidentally while using a maul one day last week. Balloting is proceeding quietly at this precinct, and all indications point to an unprecedented vote. Holden. Rushing, of Wyly, made his regular call here Sunday, and it may be supposed Miss Florence missed her chill. Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Watkins and niece, Miss Lillie Hastings, of Hol low Rock, spent last Sunday with friends in our midst. Rev. T. F. Cason delivered an ex cellent sermon to a large' audience ' at Mount Carmel Sunday. This is his last appointment here before the meeting of conference, when we hope he will be returned to this work. GfABFIELD, November 2. Ton can get a 4-ouuce can best snuff for 10 cents, at ITawley's. FROM CO WELLS CUAPKL.- Reeular correspondence 1 Mrs. Isabella J. Fisher, of Eli, visited friends in this community Sunday. Mrs. Alice Stephens, of Cypress, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Polly Cowell, yesterday. The farmers are busy gathering the corn crop. It is thought the yield will be very good. Every indication points to the mt A turnout a! Ih,' p.,;!- in thi hr timt lo-duy than !.-, , b, n )! a.-io ivr years, v . i our i tr i u'.Xf t,! i-ity in tlic it3 ( f a 'lu II ill thi 4 IK i 'l li.-i a i lit i - l-otalu h of iiii'dini,i m ii. .ne nil- is elenrly turn l thi- i ; t r " J5" (for Bryan ) mid on the ot po. i ... f-ito hid oeeuiK the htt.-r "S" (for Sewall), Tin jHitnto will be hnt to Tin; ('linos III r o!hV tliirt week for inspection. Hon. Tom liyo ipoko to n large and enthiiMHftie nudienco nt the chriiwl last night, and pu nched the true faith just m the people w anted to hear it. It was one of the best speeches ever heard here. At tin' close of hit) f pooch Mr. Rye was presented with a boo, not of white flowers, which ho accepted in a few appropriate and happy remarks. We extend the invitation to Mr. llye to come again. Coweli.8 Ciiatfl, Novemlrr 2. THE CHICAGO I'LATFOUM. An epitome of the platform sil ver meu voted to adopt: It expresses sympathy with the peoplo of Cuba in their struggle for independence. It approves of tho present admin istration of the Fension Bureau. x It declares ngainbt tho funding bill, now pending beforo Congress. It favors tho improvement of our groat waterways by the Federal Government Itt demands an enlargement of the powers of tho interstate com merce commission. It declares in favor , of tho free coinage of silver and denounces the demonetization act of 1$73. It demands such legislation as will prevent the demonetization of any kind of money by means, of specific contracts. It declares in favor of the income tax, and criticises the action of the Supreme Court in deciding thatsec tion of the Wilson tariff, bill un constitutional. . It declares in favor of a tariff for revenue so adjusted as to operate equally throughout the entire coun try without discrimination as ..to class or section. . It declares against life tenure in the public service, and favors the unwritten law that no man shall be eligible for a third term to the Pres idential chair. It declares that Congress alone. has the power to coin or issue mon ey and therefore denounces the leg islation which permits the national banks to issue paper money. It favors the admission of New Mexico and Arizona to Statehood, and declares that the officers of all Territories should be selected from the bona fide residents of the Ter ritory, It denounces arbitrary interfer ence by the Federal authorities in local affairs as a violation of the Constitution, and protests against "Government by injunction". from the Federal courts. It declares in favor of the right of the Government to pay its bond ed or other indebtedness in either gold or silver coin, and it protests against the issuance of interest bearing bonds in the time of peace, It declares against the importa tion of foreign labor; against the absorption of wealth by the few; against the consolidation of leading railroad systems, and against the formation of trusts and pools. ' It denounces the profligate waste of the public money embodied in the extravagant appropriations of the last session of Congress, and de mands a return to that simplicity and economy which befits a Demo-J cratic Government. Hawley sells a l-pouud barJbest laundry soap for 5 cents.. I i t't tlt), I li. t , , r ..( it ; ''in.H i !h .' '' W t . In W r 111"! I : It.- ' 'I'i, I It;.!"" .1' d (ill t, .,. tl,.. 4 i - i . i i i. i"i ! ii. t N i it . 1 1 f i h! III: I ' . .0 ! h I j il t I'' l:IM-h .11,.! no nil.- r.iii HlT-ilii lull . 1 1 i I'.tll il.ul il w i l I v. I H a i I- U II liii.i . I In' M I.' ., )i-l:;ui-iil ii- i.i ,i . i: ii.iUv. ii..- i"i-.,,- i -in r, i i;i.ii.)nj' ti Hj-fc l il i ll' r i I it ilu'y i" il 1 1 1 1 . 1 ; i v , 1 1 - r nr i ii i iiiohtiit i t $ l Ii i i' ii vur In muil. 'll.t' I "in- n un k ill III If H Mht t tilll" A k l'U I Ml 1 1- tn fur o'iH tl a vt ur. In ii lili.iuii to ull tin' I" htn'il iii', it i'ri,.ti( Vcrv iluv iv hjiriH.! 'f (.' inml iii-4 niMt fi'iduroH nt iiiii'lcil I iy uii)' otln i p-ij't r. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. n llm ("n'liily Coiitt uf r.-ntuii County, l.-nin'i .i c, nt ( "iuii'li-n .1 M 1 1 t hi in I iiiliiiiiii.-ir.ilnr i f I'.iMiCftt 1 1'iil.iiiil, tli- J i-Jlm i, V (. Curlli lllH Willi iMH. In tl.irt i u 1 1 in 't ii ii.;uiii fri'in tl.i' iH- tiln ill, W I lli II IX Will n to, 1 1 nit 1 1. w . I I'll- l.iinl, I; (i. lloi,iii l. Mm. I, m y I'r in Ii, Wrt. A. Cuttr.!. Mrn (n-oiyin IIh.mui I, N. I' llollaihl, Virginia I. Ilo'laml. Mar tha I, lliillalnl, I.llrl'il llull.tll'l. I'l'lllll'lt I' lliilluml, Jhiiiok W. Ili.Unn l, Lovi-iia , lloll.iinl. A Huliaii'l, P.ivi'l J (i. Ilollanil. C.-ra K. Ilollainl an.l Susan J. King ami liUfb uiil, Jaii.es W. Kin;!, the l-lfiiilant, an iiniiri".iiliiits of tin- State, tluy an tlii-rcf-iiu h-r-l v rcjinrt'il tonp- oi'ii' on or lirfort' tin' tlr-t Moii.l.iv !i lf 1'llilnT Ili'Xt lrfiiretliCITK of tl roiinty oiirt uf 1'ii'iiton County, 'IVniK rcc, at Ii;h itlh e in tlm town of Caiinleii ami make ile(i'lie to the ln'titioii tiled iiwainl tlieni and etlierft in Mild court by J . M. J I oil n in I, HilminiHtrator of Ieiifiett llullaiid, di- ceased, (ir ollierwice the tn'titioii will lie taken foreoiiieMiI It is further oratTi'd thst this lit it r u hi: IHlhlished four CiiliKee- utive weeks in The Camkkn Ciihdvhi.k. (i. li. tiUKK K, J. G, lioiuss, Clerk. Attorney for jietitionr. 24 4 TWO PAPERS foh the riacB OK om:. 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TItb Palmer Hoiisiv has made reductions on lai cp number of its rooms, on the American and European plans, and at the saint' time improved its service; never in better condition nor better kept than at present.' S. J. JEFFRESS, Attorney at Law, CAMttKN, TKNN. Will nract lee ill all tho courts of Tennessee. Special attention given to the collection of claims. J. quince m me couri-nouse. St. Louis S Tennessee River PACKET COMPANY. I CITY a-A CITY CITY CITY OK SHEFFIELD. STKAMKHS: OK I'ADFCAU. OK SAVANNAH. ONE of these elegant steamers leave M. l.oms every Weilncsdavand Saturday for all points on the Mississippi Kivcr to Cairo, Ohio Kivcr lo Paducah, and Tennessee, lliver tt Florence, tak ing ircinhtHiid paeimer.s for all points on tho Ohio to Pittsburgh, aiiti on Hip Cumberland to Nashville. J hrouuli bills ol lading, prompt serv Ice, and low rales. UUltl X.. illV.-.s r. ..jr., . Trallic Mauaijei', Wbarf-hoat foot of Olive street. ST; LOU IH. t9Oneof these steamers arrive at. 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