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.FnllN D. HI I I.!.! I: h lite
tMT to lu' thrifty. I'mlrr prcm-iit
7'iiilitinys, hnya tli Jv (iiushh City
Midland, to ri'cnunm ml thrift t
tj,.,. JMr U lik ii'h Uin;.; u hUirvin
:um to rut si.
M. . I 1 11 i
fiuiiinh ii-f(iiiinnhit ions for all tin
ojiln who want to In ar Mr. ISryan,
who H Illflklll H f'W H' l hl'H in
tl.at Statf. la tln "hilvrr rnii-"
ljii',; (tut? iM tin j(ifMtion iktil
hy the ,St. Louis Kcjiiihlic.
ih itdi: John II. r.M, .Jinl-p Y
H. Swi-'irurl, Hon. 1'iaiik 1'. I'.oiid
ami Jtiilc Levi H. Vuo1h liavt
lu t'ii KU'chted for tin' Di'inorrath
lioininnt ion for rnvrrnor. All art
strong men, loyal PriiicR ruin, and
i H K UllKONin.K iM'iiovoH thai no
inistako would lo mado in nominat
ing Htlicr ono of tlio alMvc staunch
DcuiocifiLs ftH pm-mor.
We would liko to call tho attcn
lion ot our irn niiH, tim ciuhjiuhuh
that thorn h no way to t, thcin-
fcclvt'H lu foiM tin peonm bet ter than
an announccmont in Tin: Chroni
cle. It will cost no rnoro now than
Hq first of tho year. Tut in your
claims early and lot your friends
know that you aro out before they
promiHo the other fellow.
HoV long would those editors
wjio so complacently nssiil William
J,,15ryau in their littlo organs last
114 ft face to faco delmto with that
gentleman, Bays tho Knoxvillo Tri
bune. Komo of thorn were editing
nwspftpora when Bryan was a littlo
boy, but they do not seem to have
rqa.de much , impression upon the
country.. The chenp critics of Mr.
Bryan assail him with, the knowl
edge that they cm not even nttract
hia attention. Bnt they appear to
W highly pleased with thoir owa
noise. .
An exchange gives a new game
livw: "Book agents may be killed
ftoia. October 1 to September SO;
spring poets from March 1 to June
1; scandal mongers from April 1 to
March 31 ; umbrolla borrowers from
August 1 to December 31 and from
February 1 to May 1, while the man
wuv wa-pi 4i 101 i,wu yuare,
out.wnen uie oi 1 is presented 1 says
1 never ordered it, may bo killed
on Bigni, wiinouc reservo or reliet
iiom . vaiuuuou or appiaisemeni
laws, and buacdmthout benefit of
Vi-tv
A gentleman of national reputaJThr rWIUn.r nr mno-
i n,: 1- ii " x
uou.uwi xuw wi tuy on iuo preuom
situation: "1 have soon in ray re-
sent, travels through, the country
nuuiy uviueuce s i turut, wiucu is
'1 C i.-tL 1
attributed to flush fields and yield
in? nridos for- farm nroducts. I
itig to us wrong end foremost La-
i f
IrrLt With wheat, un 30 nor wnt
n,;. onrol A.rnr.; ,1
the strains of the Dingley bill, the
financial stocks all on the upward
EMfVQ -and- labor at the' ebb tide, I
see no. hope of a long stay of any
sign of prosperity.
THE first and only pictures Mrs.
McKinley has had taken in ten
years appear in the October num
ber of the Ladies' Home Journal,
They form part of a series of new
and unpublished photographs of
the-new, occupants of the White
House. Mrs. McKinley wore for
i,,f w i0ni T,n ,wa
f a win-f Timnn j of.
special request of the President,
who thought it particularly becom
ing. The excellent portrait of Mr
McKinley in his office was taken in
June. The other pictures in the
series show the many changes in
the arrangements and furnishings
oi tne rooms ana grounds, made by
the President and Mrs. McKinley.
One of the most brutal and in
excusable murders of the ago has
been committed at Hazleton, Pa.,
where twenty unarmed miners were
killed and forty wounded by order
of a Republican sheriff. The men
riddled by bullets were all foreign-
ers, brought over under contract by
mining syndicates to take the place
of American workmen. They were
ignorant and vociferous in common
with their kind, but it is altogether
improbable that they contemplated
any breach of the peace while on a
strike for living wages. Claiming
credit for everthmg good the Mc
Kinley administration can not es
cape responsibility for this unfort
unate affair; it must shoulder the
bid as. it. conies along
riiOM CHASLVILU.
t ,'(.:..! ( 'iftrini;i.l-ii't'
D. 1?. HariH H isit.'d
Lwi'li i 1
Sunday nfl'riio..n.
Ltilict Hut Icy wim th"'
N. (!. JInblis Saturday.
Mis. .1. 1.1 amp H miiwilcuMii
iflor an ntt i' k of 1 r.
l'. Oxfi.id and family wore itn sU
if Thomas Knip Saturday.
.W ASr. Oitus if ho is not i;oin
to tak-- in his "wood" soon.
Mik. Ill 1 n llavcs, who i very
low with consumption, is reported
lit) better.
They my Unit l II. Harm con-
teiiiiilates making his homn with
Mr. .Jordan.
Tnmteo .1. T. Camp, Columbus
and N. V. llu'ibs went to ( amdeii
to-thiy. to attend criminal court.
1 1 is rumored that a certain youn
lady will shortly preside at ft Cot-
tai;i at llolladay. I an you verify
tho rumor, Mr. 11 urns
Miss Lillie Johnson, of Murray,
Ky., who has been visiting friends
and relatives here, It ft for her homo
last Friday, accompanied by MisH
Jennie Cam.
Otis Perkins, who has been in our
midst for some tune, has returned
to l'iir Sandy to attend school. A
certain young lady says "I wonder
if he'll come back again?"-
Tho people around hero are ex-
pecting a great revival to begin at
or near Liberty, a few miles from
here, tho fourth Sunday, to bo con
ducted by llev. T. F. Casotx and
others.
CiiAKEVlLLE, September li'l
FUOM HAKMON O'KKKIt.
Ki't'ttlar corri'sinmclciiro.
Several from hero spent Sunday
at Sulphur Springs,
Meuce W llson, ot lva, contem
plates locating here.
B. i Farmer is attending crim
inal court at Camden.
Several from hero are attending
the meeting at Sulphur Creek
Chills and fever aro tho prevail
ing diseases in this community.
John Melton will move from Eva
to his old home place hero somo-
time this week.
Quite a number will go from here
Wednesday to Nashville to attend
tho Centennial.
Foster; Melton is sriemline the
U.eek with relatives and; friends-on
Sulphur. Creek.
We regret to caru that C r Da.
vidsou aud daughter, of Way, are
both down with fever.
A amnll bnnm ia in nrnirrrsn lifiro
" " ."O" . t "'
and a post.oiHco IS 0119 of the pos.
B;,;iitiPQ nf ti1A tiPr fntnra.
. IT a niurnv Cnvrr Sntmlwr 9.9
FUOM CO WELL'S CHAPEL.
George H. Cowell has been in-
disposed several days.
xwm.vuu uu.ra mpui visiicu
on jirusong reeK ounciay,
,The home of S. J Jordan was
I IVV4VAV. 111. A I UUIUlUllJf tJJ L 1 iv; aiiivui
of a hue boy.
Your correspondent thinks it is
time to revive the Sunday school
llow about it, "Scholar?
AV hile on his way to Camden a
few days ago George Cole lost a tire
from his waon, and drove li miles
TY 1 H1UU U IUU VYliOCl ClVlll CAWUV
Tolk Uowell'and J. li. JNunneryr""""1
. . . I Mica h' nvoiiflo rVonno hoa flic.
have been having a good time keep
ing stock out of their fields, the
""S Uflvlu u". ut
fire from passing trains,
fencing having been destroyed by
Cowell's Chapel, Setember 21
FROM FAXON.
Regular correspondence.
W. R. Akers went to Paris last
week on business.
R. W. Lindsev went to Erin on
business Saturday.
W F. Bullard has been very ill,
but is convalescing,
Mrs. Lillie Akers i& reported ill
but not seriously so.
D. M. Goforth and family visited
near Big Sandy Saturday.
A new boy has arrived to adorn
the home of H. L. Lindsey.
II. v ltzsinimons and wife visited
near Monut Vinson Sunday.
Several from here attended the
meeting at McRae's Chapel Sunday.
.William Graham and Bedford
Lindsey were here Saturday.
R. II. Herndon, of Big Sandy,
was here Monday and Tuesday.
The 5-year-old .child of William
i Holland died Monday of croup.
"Jack Frost paid us. the first
call of the season Monday night.
Deputy isheruf A JN. Lindsey, of
Big Sandy, called , in to see us last
Friday, .
Mrs. Mnttie McUrido, of Turin,
1 i visiting n lative i ivn, ,,ld fi I' lal
here this Week.
The protracted l tin:' at Little
Crei k eln.ed Sunday with thro:
addit ions to the church. '
K. W. Lindvy Inn erectej a new
barn mi his let, w hie h inipicvi s th '
appearance of th place.
J. L. Nobles and Will Litsim-
nioii. have rfttetiu'jd tlie luii-tiii1'
at Sulphur Creek tjis week.
o join in extciiiliiu( n welcome
t t , ? 11 1 . t
:o .'I is. j.ihk nustiin ami l.jnily,
who liavt moved into our midst.
II. L. Lov ry carried oi.k load of
cotton to luuk't Saturday, beijw
the first of the season from this lo
cality. I' axon, Si pUmbcr 'J'J.
II. 11 Whitf'nJd is vii Tonncsseo
P.iver this w k.
Tiun J. l)oddtof ('amden, Hient
Sunday in our midst.
L. Jones, of l!i:' Sandy, was hero
on, ouhiness yesterday
Mrs. K. M. Leslie returned homo!
from Camden Sunday.
Quito ii number of our citizens
went to Camden Monday.
H. .h. Lowers was in town this
week on his way to Camden.
A. 31. Tucker and K. C. Neal
were at homo Saturday and Sunday
Kov. Mr. Titzgeraid and wift
were guests of N. 15. Woods Sun.
day.
Misses illio Woods ami Mary
Fitzgerald visited at Decatur last
week.
W. F. Harrison will move his
stave factory to Centerville this
week.
Jlev. N. L. Joynor filled his reg
ular appointments here Saturday
and Sunday
1. O. McAuley and wife and J.
W. llollowell and wife visited tho
Centennial this week.
llolladay was represented at the
teachers association at Chalk Lev
el Saturday by 1'rofessors Watson
and King.
Sam Autrey's residence was do
stroyed by fire last night. They
.ost everything but two beds The
tiro was the result of a defective
flue in the kitchen.
Uolladay, September 22.
FKOSI ZACU4
Special correspondence.
Ilufus Cole visited near Hollow
Hock Sunday.
v altor Llmore visited at Hunt
ingdon Friday.
Lawrence Laneer and wife aro
attending the Centennial.
Oscar llynes left Sunday morn
ing for parts unknown to us.
Miss Martha Colo visited her
cousin, Mrs. Webb, this week.
G. L. Beasiey visited :his best girl
at Eggville Saturday and Sunday.
Virgil 1 reason has returned from
a six months- sojourn in Missouri.
Ave regret-to learn of the illness
of Miss Fannie Beasiey this week,
Mrs. G. Stepp and daughter, Miss
Kizzie, visited her 6ister, Mrs. John
Beasiey, Sunday,
An enjoyable musical was given
the young folks by Miss Maggie
AVebb Tuesday evening.
Professor Biggard, who is teach
ing school at Garfield, has returned
to his home at McLemoresville.
Quite a crowd of young folks at
tended prayer meeting at Thomp
I n T 1 1 at "
Miss Florence Nance has dis
missed her school for two weeks on
account of cotton picking, and has
returned home.
Miss Etta Taylor, a charming
young lady of Hollow Rock, who
has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Moore, returned home I riday.
Zach, September 22.
FROM SULPHUR SPRINGS.
bpeciaicorrospoiiueiice.i
Mrs. Jefferson Lowry is reported
indisposed at this writin
. A large crowd attended the reli
eious services here yesterday.
A large number ot people trom.
Camden spent the day here Sunday.
M. J. Berry and daughter, Miss
Pearl, visited at Big Sandy Friday.
Henry Bates let his ax slip and
cut his foot very seriously recently.
Walter Rushing, of Big Sandy,
was mingling with friends here yes
terday. Brazil Brewer and wife and Miss
R. Pierce visited at Big Sandy last
Friday.
Several of our citizens have gone
to Camden to-day to attend crimi
nal court this week
Sulphur Springs, September 20.
The old proverb that all signs of
rain fail in dry weather have been
fulnlled durmg the present month.
FIJOM tGCVILLi:
.iii-s uosa i ,jiis v i su-i i in
,it.-d f-i
at (lailleld Sunday.
Ollie Nltlice and Tul
Wd
"called" near l'osto.ak
Mrs. Mary A. N'ea1
Sunday.
!"', who !
heen sick for tho past, montl
IS llO
better.
Mis- Jeanie Nance isitej
the
first
.Misses Stii'all at Camd';ii t!n
tt tho Week.
Mrs. Miulie (Jalbrctth visitel
her mother, Mis. MehaVy Jtu.-h-
mir, Sunday.
Tho protiacted T.ieetin begins
at I'lUshin'H Chapel ne.vt Sunday
evening at the usual hour.
A. It. lroui;hton a:id sinter, Miss
Lmma, and L. A. Wyatt and w ife
are taking in tho Centennial.
W. 1). Kllis, whom wo reported
v-ry sick nt our last writing, is re
covering, wo uro e;hid to learn.
Mrs. V. A Nance and children
and Andrew and Miss lielle HI.
mnro W('ro of tIl,! family of
J. B. Nance Sunday.
Two cei tain young ladies left last
b'riilay for Chalk Level, and not
having returned, we wonder if they
ever reached their declination?
We regret to learn of the sudden
(leatii ot miha .iMiunie 1 oicman.
She was taken ill Friday and died
Sunday. She was a lovable girl,
just budding into maidenhood, and
will bo sadly missed by a host of
friends, whom we join in extending
sympathy to the bereaved family.
JtClQVILLE, September lSl.
TJ1K TKACUF.KV ASSOCIATION.
Th Jicntcn County Teurliers' Asso
ciation met at Chulk Level Satm-iby,
Seiito'.nl.er 18, 1H'J7. Owing to illness
in 1 iIh family Siipei itetHlont Gosnett was
not i'esint, nnil.J. II. Aiuli'isninviis kc-
lected presnlent, pro tun. D. J. Alien
conducted tho devotional cxcroiNcs. J.
15. Anderson delivered the welcome ad
druxs, which wub responded to by T. YV
l'u3f. The minutes of the last meeting
of the association wore, read and uti
proved. Tho provident appointed Miss
Uettia Cavrinctcu aud L AVi.Evans as
critics for tho day.
Tho program was taken, up, and after
a ffew subjects had been discussed with
great interest the query box was arrang
ed ami thirteen questions oi lnlormation
were handed in.
After partaking of a bounteous fonst,
which had been prepared by tho noblo
ladies of that community, the associa
tion met at 1 oclock, when the question
Should the rod ever bo used in. the
school room ?" was discussed at consid
erable length. The subjects of geogra'
phy and physiology wore omittedi for
want of sumciont timcv
D. Smith, Goorge-Browa and Miss
Jennie Hwindlo were appointed to ar
range program for th next mooting of
the association. An appropriate resolu
tion was unanimously adopted acknowl
edging tho hospitality extended them by
the good people of that community.
lhore being no further business tho
association aJjpurned ta meet at liar-
mous Greek Saturday, October 16.
D. B Gossett,
o vy. v iLii, jd resiaeni,
Secretary
CASTOR I A
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I desire to thank mv friend for tlie
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the contest for the most popular young
lady in lenton County.
Their generous support will ever be
remembered and appreciated by me, and
I thank them one and all and sincerely
hope and trust i shall not disappoint
them,; ITjA LasuIiEe:
Camden, September 23, 18C7.
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