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CAMDICN. TUNNICSSICIC. PRICKS THAT NULLS (JOODS: .Ltdics' Vest, from 7 c tO' 25c Men's Summer prv x c 1 Uuderwct r, suit, UUC TO $ I All-Linncn Towels, pjic, 30c toJOc All-Linnen Tablo Cloth, 98c to $1.25 Lace Curtains, ''i A di-ti.'ltrli In flm I );iih' Iji.idnii N'.'wk .May 12, from Doiimlo, tin1 prt h nt lit-U'l. jnai let of tlm (in-t-k ii liny in Tln-ssitly, hnyn that th r- d'lyn ruin ha greatly tried tin' troops, vluihi ti -ills ami blankets v.'cro Jtl )fitnli tin 1 in llu Ikdit from t!sc frontier. Tilt' fresh reserve from AtiieiiH nro w firing tho kuiii- 70C tO $ 1 .75 'iK'i uiiifornsH, and have no over coats to protect tiieiii from tho in- ntlier. Umbrellas. Hosiery. Notions. Lamps. Picture Frames. Tinware. Pillow Shams, -Jq QQq clemency of t!i" w I A f'i,ll,,'li,iwii iiifil 4rtiiti Ij lidiiiir ., i VI'MI l tll'lll I I lllll 1.1 I' III- Handkcr-o i o 1 r , . .? Chiefs C. X'CKj IU I wlU illllMO tip Jit anlllllgtnll tO Vltiil LllO lt'lllKHHen i,XMtslUoll. JO'p- msentutive (1tiucH obtained forty Dry Goods of all Kinds Cheaper cignaturesof Con grrssmen express ing willingness to make tl.n trip on n date between tlm 20 ami 'J.jth inst. A number of Senators will accompany tho members of the House, HH pending taritf considera- tion does not interfere. Numerous ofllcials v.-ill also take advantage of tho Congressional excursion. than ever. CHEAP RACKET STORE, G. W. ARNOLD, Proprietor. J. G. PRESSON, lhero is great excitement at Preston, Temper County, Miss., over a letter received from an old Indian in tho territory concerning some treasure hidden near Preston in ft id omul when) a cavo has been found. Tho Indian's statement is that there is a wagon loud of gold oral silver in tho cave. There aro many men at work, working day and night with shovel and spade, while tho woods are full of men with guns and pistols and imple- munts to bland olf a rush. A FLATTLHINU bMOWINQ. AUkimI.hm lit Urn OiitiniiiliU Hurp Ilia Alliuiln l. m.Iiiiiii. Tlu m m idwnys a p'ubit.i cli'i'M' in tin- market organized tot tho purjMMo of k ping down th prion of wheat until th crop i out of tho fanners' IuiikU. Thi wm dmio ln-.t year, it : dn.fvery . i ii ' year, niM il can lm chine n;ron lliu- . DEALEH IN Jtoli 'Drags, Meflieines, p. Dye Toilet Articles. Stationery, Stuffs. Drug Sundries. Picture Frames, Soap. Notions. Thero is a current report that ! PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. AT ALL HOURS. Goveruor Taylor, will soon resign his position and return to the lect Few peoplo know that John Wesley was ever in America. Few know that it was he, and not Iiob ert llaikes, who established the first Sunday school in tho world. It was John Wesley who preached ed in tho United States. , In tho Ladies' IIouio , Journal for Juno Ilev. W. J. Scott will tell in the "ureat rersonal Invents series tho story of "When John -Wesley Preached in Georgia," which is said to bo of tho most interesting narratives in this most successful scries. The attendance at tho Atlanta K.tpoition during the f.rst M-veii Jmjh after it opening win 01,(11:1. '1 he attendan"o at tho (Vnten- ywar. Dial lor tho iirsl heven ilavn wan v nui mautvt u TMWrtibia.' -j. i Ci2,()S(). 1 gold htandard. 1 ho great th'pre This shows a diiferenco iu favor ing iuihieneo in tho market now, of tho Centennial to tho amount of I which paralyzes all tendencies to- J,(;7. ward higher prices, is tho price of Tho Centennial Company is tie- foreign exchange. Cold I ,' in de lighted with tliis showing, partieu- inand and tho greater tie demand larly in view of tho fact that the tho greater its value and thole Atlautu JlxjKtsition apparently I tho relative value of coinuiodillei ooetud tiu under more favorable for which it is exchanged. Dm- i circumstanccH than tho Centennial, ing the 'xistenco of (Minditioiif: Alio weaUicr hero was unriroiu- uiuler which tins country grew, tiotis; tho weather thoro was pleas-1 when money was not constantly ant it wim gi'iierallv believetl I aiipreciatuiLr in value in compari- IB- that tho Centenuial was not com- son with, wrything else, it-.w'ic pleted, but tho impreHsion provail-1 possible for, prices to udvanct t d that tho Atlanta KxjM)sition was 15ut with a money supply always in good fchape. Notwithstanding less than tho demand for it, a short theso things, tho Centennial etartri supply of a commodity' L ;ars no . ii i. i 1 1 . i . i i t i 1 1 1 1 i . . i . i . j : .. i : i i on wun ueiuT crowo..s niHii uia mo icLruimaio reunion io us uihu.J4. Atlanta Exposition. This fact is valuo. particularly gratifying to tho Con- Asa result combination to de- tennial management, because none press prices of commodities am; of those connected with tho Cen- then to advance them for the pro IX teuuial Company looked for a large of the speculators are easy to those attendance this month. It is now who can manipulate tho move- thought, however, that tho at ten- ment of tho gold supply. .When lance during May will bo very it is possible to corner tho money ood. of the world it if jnissible to cor- It is a very difficult thin-' to es- ner anything. St. .Louis :Poat- timato a crowd on tho grounds. Dispatch. When tho visitor go? a out thero and sees only a few dozen people walking around ho concludes that : At last tho airship emerges from there is nobody within tho gates I the atinjosphoro of the imagination HO I.OJ.GEH A HI'tX'TJtAI. HBIV. TBVST STOCKS IJOOM. Guaranteed Fit; in Glasses. Qo p smoke? J lien (fh one ofiojj Ciprs. -BEST TOBACCO AND SNUFF. WILL BE SENT TO ANY ADDRESS THREE MONTHS 5 GB GIVE IT.A THREE MONTHS TRIAL. Address, THE CHRONICLE, uro field. The report seems to have been based upon remarks made . by the governor himself. We aro slow to believe that he will resign. Doubtless he could from a pecuniary standpoint do better as a lecturer, and we suspect that the governor has of lato been stung to the quick by unkind and harsh comments and criticisms of some of his recent official acts, And it may be that these. have so irritated him tlvat he feels like re signing, and may do so, still wo doubt it. Bob Taylor is a Demo crat. Every bone and musclo in the man's body is Democratic, and no matter whether or not he wants to get ont of politics, no matter whether or not he desires to go to the United States Senate, he can not afford to resign the governor, ship. Marshall Gazette JOB PRINTING .Dispatches from Constantinople camden, tenn. May 12, says : .The , ambassadors of the powers held -a prolonged p - i 1 ajV- 1 i , ; S ' which they presented to the Turk ish government a collective memo randum proposing armistice be- We are prepared to do all' kinds tween Turkey and Greece on IL basis of the negotiations for rjeace of Printing on short notice. Our now in progresg through the pow- ,.,,1 ja rrrf e m fi.f lers. The memorandum which was nresented to Ahmed rewnk Tasha. s tt- 1 , I ' Class Style, DUt me paper. StOCtC we the Turkish minister of foreign af. .11 ttf- i t Vie het to tje,land fairs by the dean ot the diplomatic .Address, THE CHRONICLE, CAMDEN, TENN. and that the attendanco is nearly and becomes something lika a ru- at zero, but the place .is so largo ality. A dispatch from Nashvill: and tho buildings so., numerous States that Prof. A, W. Barnard,. c that several thousand,. pcpplo, canJscientistof that city, atartedThurs- be scattered through them without day forenoon of last week from, tho making much of a show. This was Centennial . grounds in, a , shic never better illustrated, than on which seems to bo something like Monday; when tho grounds wero an aerial bicycle, rose to an attiudo apparently deserted, but the paid I of -about 500 toot, and sailed away admissions that day wero more for twelvo miles at a speed of , Lf than 4,000. And that does not in- toen miles an hour and seemingly cludo the many hundreds who aro having control of the apparatus, he constantly employed in the build- was shown by his reversing of it ings and enter on portrait passes. The ship. is. ebout forty feet long Nashville American. and twenty feet in diameter, and seems to bo composed of a ballopn filled .with, hydrogen and a bicycle Standard Oil Trust .certificates, frame with pedals operating in for which stock in a new company Spaco. and side . sails which, aro is to be exchanged when the com- under control by tho operation of pany is formed in compliance with revolving levers, moved by, tho rev- court decisions declaring the trust olutious -of the pedals. illegal, made a new record at New York Wednesday. ThecertificateR A free scholaksiiie. i i - ii ri .i : ii. n ouiu ut ojlVjJ uunuy iuo ttut'iuuuu nvho trill be Um Fortunate owe to Socur against a previous high prico o m valuable oirer? 313 TheCiikoniclk, In order to extend Its already . , . j.., , growing oirciiiiuion in mis and anjoiuitig ooun- UlUCiaiS OI tUO trust SUU 16- tie8,oaursireeascholarshiplulraiiKhori.'srrao- cline to offer anv exnlanation for tlcal 15l,siner ovuiene, Niwhvuie, Tenn., to tiie Cime to oner any explanation lor Ono sendius us the Urgest list of yearly subscril)- the recent 50 points advance, or erg to tub chkoniclk from April l.isano jie- give any information regarding tho 0ne dollar must accompany !vrry order for 12 reorganization plane. ' months' subscription to tub chrokiclk; sc S. C. T. Dodd, Counsel for the Subscriptions for less than twelve months willWc frncf omM nf flm nflunnA . 'T?.0 I K'ven cretui lor on llie list Kept or the canvasser I sendinpt them In as follows: Two six months' OreraniEation reports have boen cir- subscriptions will be equal to one yearly subserlp- n , i , t i. xi tion, and four three months' subscriptions will be culatmg for a long time, but there eqil:u to one year.iv SUbscriPuor, is nothing new in that Connection This offer is g)dfor,a?40 scholarship, and tlw ' I dtlinnoofiil nn mm on aw urill I 1. 1 . tl.n, n.,t;,...,.t . . , I ouw.Lii.Mni vii .-nv-i win ii.ivu Wit3 U'Uti;iltU H I Vi lli luy preatiiib uui, iuw uuvuiiuo lge of talcing cither the business course, embr;n is duo solely, I think, to the fact f ' land tvlewrlinL. on t.el(M.i.;i.iihv. na pvr.1iiiw.l large . dividends . are beingl tlie catalogue of Drainihon's Practical Business uouego. No one directly or indirectly connected with ThkChhoniolk will be permitted to take aur wm w jjleat hon't advance. part in tills contest. This is a giwi opportunity for an wnbition?1 the condition of . the frnwuifT young man or young lady to qualify themselves . , 1 It 1 ' v. ...b..v. huh .iiuiuiiiiiu.iii.iii.iuvi uaUUIIIla. wneat crop is sucn, anu .tue arain MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY. corps Baron, de Calice, the Austro- Hungarian ambassador, he enum erates tho conditions which, have been accepted by Greece, and begs the porto to issue the necessary orders to arrest the progress of the Turkish troops. that paid: Epwortb, Leacne State Conference. upon . tho- old stocks of wheat, nroinrr Ca olinrf. rrrra nnrl fnmino r I Tll HTAtn CnnTMrnn nt Knvnrth limun m. abroad, has been euch that, higher venes at Nasliville June 3-6. The exposition has whpnt nriVfiq fitrikft tyirtiv mpm j?h niieutneciny with visHJu;,l it.tli Leaf-tiers of wneat prices StriKO. many .men -as a Nasi1Ville have reserved a place (low rates) for all natural and inevitable result. tlwse wll sind names in advance to John I 1 .U ini.1... D..ntAHCl...ni 1 I .... Ihey are Convinced .that prices all Leaders and those vl 0 wanttobearetakin? should not only go higher, but re- adv;lIltilKe ,)f tllis are going to bo there J 0 ' at the appointed time. The arrangement insures main higher, t Government .Crop a comfortable pliico to -stay while seeing the ex- rpnorts 'fn.vnr ftrmimflnf r position. and aUendiiiR the conference, and. in reports lavor ine , argument tor most cases ex perienced escoitsal wutthecitv. higher prices. The movements of Tlie program, wWch in itself Is a workof ait, , . , . , snwsthe.tolowins. participants: Rev. Charles grain and the amounts Shown to be o. Joues, J. M. ltamseyt Bishop K. K. HarKrove, in transit strengthen it. Oldstocks Ttup??-1 ra,1' M"? T"Tcker, m.-s. Annie Fellows .InhMKrtn Jiulin. T. TI Vitu i?..r are being . rapidly exhausted, and J.o .Orr, Dr. W. K. Lambuth, Hon.. J. K.I'epper, offim-nl fi.m. nmv rath,! ero. ; n:Hn f-JO,les. V. li. U.Hamsey, Kev. W. o"" Jt""'" " W. lierry. Itev. Ge(rire H. StHart. 1'n.fessor W. R. ago and poor condition-of theiCrop webi, ana itev. w. K, riuer. i.- t, 1 t.l T..l I ' buuu iu ub nui ve&tou. uuuuu wu- T1H1 chkonici.k and the Naxhville Weekly siuerable permanent advance., in auu fi-"w per year. prico cu.u ue mttue. Old jmpers for KUe In any quantity at Uiisoliicc.