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V A N I 1 1 ) A 1 t : A N M r N t K " UM s . lor ii'lvi iSi.;cii,iut ;unl al ' All I'liV r.'1-.ll 111 .lllV.II'l mi ai.lr;iiinii. I Hlil J I ', ' , I Itln-I .1 I'i - For t,'uiii;iiimftr (1 IM.S- We nn! nut Im. i .? il Ii hi r ) . MVS a i-:i:i-i;ii ;..r i :. c srlit I lie I- -lil a I on:-! ; . ,i.,u ! h nil I" ." '. ! ..1 I I ! i,, we lit Hie I my siMh ( i n hlati'-., si.l.jcct in 111-' .irt'im liaity. i l I'n I ::;(:! tl f I 'I'llll 11 l'l,i- ror Floterla.1 iU'j rem nutivo. " ASllI.hr- We n- :n,!!:ii,vil -. ; -,.n,' .-, a I J Mr. A. y I i.i-1; a i ; . I .'., - to pri -M'lit the hi x!i rut Ii I i .,, i i., i ! ,s.i ic , n,.', -vised if Hit- comila -i c( Hi i.1,1,1. Iii mi ami H-miiy, III tlm next I.i ".end A -'sen. lily ! 'Ii-ti'ievvi , m :V Jeet to Uitt ari lull ut tl;( Di-iium niin- ;iurly. COI NIV UKMOCUATIC T1CK1I. Election August, 1H'.H. WMTlfl-r.. K. KUV. TriiiitiM I . T. CAM!'. J'oiuitv oi:tt OiK-ti. Ii. (.lM.Kl;. i;i'sisi'i-u. c. i'.!T()KD. t'ircult t'irirt (i!i-I i!. WATSON. A first-class public school will dc moro to build up our town with good citizciis th::n iivy other riitr prise. Have you pnid your poll-tax for 1807? D'ouiocriit arc reminded that if this is dono there vail bo no trouble to elect the county ticket by the usual good nmloritios. It is your duty as a citizen to see that the tax is paid. The town brightened last week by the presenco in our homes nud on our streets of a number of bright and intelligent young men and pretty and charming young ladies The profession of teaching offers a fine field for the employment of talent and education, and it is at tracting a number of young men and young ladies of tho county. The Chronicle wishes them well, and extends a cordial invitation to them to corao again next year. If a man has a hound or bull pup he will look after it carefully and not let it jrun around at night over town. But if he has a boy it is dif ferent, as a general rule. He is turned loose at a tender ago to go to the dovil, rmd people wonder where tho great army of tramps, bams, dead beats, loafers,-thieves, murderers and sots'coma from each docade. They are germinated from pure seed gathered from our homes and sown broad-cast upon our al Iey8 and streets. It may be your boy is making a growth in that di rection. At all events the. boys ought to be given an equal show ing with the hound and bull pup. Some people evidently imagine that a newspaper is a medium for the accommodation of the general public, and that it is a little short of imposition to charge a paying rate for its advertising. These peo ple apparently forget that it takes money to run a newspaper; that there ia a constant cash outlay for paper and material, and type-setting cost money. The only thing the publisher has to sell is his paper and the space in it. It is a plain business proposition, a matter of dollars and cents. Every inch of a paper is usually for sale at a spec ified rate, but do not confound ad vertising with news. We do not charge for news, but invite all our readers to send us all news and personal mention of genoral inter- est, and it will be appreciated. O.j'.i '. e- t ii u; " ; i. ! I i ! ii f i !' ' i , , . i I- No driiM tin- inl.'.lut.int-t of your 1 r.l ! b!!!" vil! ":. Liivc 1. mi.t d from the il.idy pi', h tl.i' iii' ivi nit iiti t f the Fii.t T 'UK ryi . Yii!iintf r ln fi ntrj , l.nwrvt r, 1 pn .jinae u 1. tt'-r from one of lli'iiton'H con, 4 wuitld 1i ir.ori' inti'Si t-.tiii. ()L cour-.c wt arrived wifi ly, nnd We an' now smi'dy i ih-ii::ijH'd n ar thu bc'u h of tin 1'fU'ific, ami ua I writ- I f.-. l the hnaltl.y l.nc.'c from tile ru'cnr. u:id can !i ar tht v.avi h n-i t'l 'y da .li ii::iiii.'1 tho loi'kb. (Jlitf HmiKc, cihI the far-fiumd .S'Uro Hat lis, arc within half a mile of camp, and lx nut if ul Golden (late Turk is only two blocks away. N t arly i'Vfry nun lms read and heard of San Francisco's "Chimv town." Well, I have, with an arm- i-d escort, i'!H't rat "d th- d 'irk, filthy honk's nf th' Chiiu'sc, and wi? Kaw .'.i;;hts both amusing and barbarous. '!iinc-o uro as plentiful hero as arc : ..,'oi. ! down South. i?M? Franci.xo is a gay town, of ! '-"0,000 inhabitants, and is iudeod a hi -tling metropolis. Just across tilts bay you can perceive tho quiet city of Oakland, which is about tho size of Nashville, and, in fact, re minds mo of Nashville. I crossed lu vci id tiuu'H on a largo ferry boat, and have.with deep intrort watch ed the immense sailing vessels and the man-of-war Bennington. The w harves are ahvnys dotted with sail and steam vessels from oil nations and ( f all ti.cs and descriptions. It coot 1(3 cents to cross tho bay ;-,nd go to Oakland by train which ocs out into the bay on a trestle to tho terminal, called tho Molo. I v;a8 on top of a ferry boat that brought three trains filled with sol diers and baggage across at Sono- ma, Ual. it is tuo largest terry boat in the world, and when the trains ran on the deck it did not jar the boat in tho least. Since I have been hero I havo mot Mrs. Ingols, mother of Mrs. J. V. Travis, wife of tho managing ed itor of TnE CnrtONiCLE. At Sac ramento, Cal., I met a Tennessean who ha3 lived at Camden, but have forgotton the name. "Southern hospitality" is never mentioned here. The people here received us with an ovation, and they are cordial, friendly and hos pitable. They have fed us on all kinds of fruit, cakes and other good things, and they have carried us to their homes where wo were treated like tho Prodigal Sou. They have given us pillows, night caps, duck haversack, a "housewife" (which contains many useful articles), and even shoes, while the red tape of Undo Sam was causing some of i our boys to go barefootod. They give uswriting paper, envelops, ink, pens, etc., and stamp our letters for us. At Nashville we were treated like dogs. Here wo are troated like gentlemen. When wo are sick we receive from the people, and not Uncle Sam, everything needed. We are hearty, happy, and gain ing in pounis every woek. We have heavy rubber blankets, new guns, four new suits of clothing, new uudorwoar, hats and shoos. By August we will bo afloat to the Philippine Islands, a distance of over 10,000 milc3 from homo, and near Australia. We will stop at Honolulu, in the Hawaiian Islands, while on route to Manila. Benton County, I am sorry to say, is poorly represented in num ber in the regiment. Will Robins and myself are the only two from Camden, and we oftimes think and talk of Camden people. But patri otism bof oro homo-sickness, and we don't want to come back. We were all vaccinated last week, and as a result, some of us are ex cused from drill and camp duties on account of very sore arms. iligid discipline, exactly the same as the regulars, is exercised, but we l.-nc ',;: ! i : - i.:.d ;,. U 'U .-.ly and On.if.uid in often us v;v We nii 1 ;i k l n " in nil t hn si li ! v, Tom Farmer is n member of ( uin p t : i y .M.Twciity.tliinl Iiif.iiitry ( I '. S. ), and William Civfliinin, the lif i:i'-uraiice man, who was at Camden K"eral months two ycain a ;o, 1,m. 1oii;;m ts) our regiment. The Tt n lifsseo is tho Jul icgimeitt tif the H,m Franciseo press, and tlitysiiy Fomothing complimentary about in overy tlay. We could hardly t--r- V i 1 the many beautiful sights and seetic.s on our overland trit) to the 1'aciii : coa.t and do thosubii ct iustiee, but wciMHtieuinroiU'li t'orres. unvon.i, along rivers, across broad and fer- tile plains, barren wastes (in Ftah and Nevada), through quiet I ml inn villages and around the lofty moun tain peaks. ViVhaw mining towns and snow. covered mountains, and at tho foot were uoui island lichls and vi""1- table gardens. Wo saw St. Loui; Kannas City, St. Joseph, Pueblo, Dt nver, Colorado Springs, Ogden, Salt Lake City, Sacramento, and many other noto-d places. Orango groves aro within twenty miles of us, and oranges cost us 5 cents per dozen. Wo havo every kind of fruit dirt cheap. Flowers bloom tho year rQimd, Truly this1 pis a land of suushino and flowers. Ecqkne Travis. San Francisco, Cab, July 2, 1S0S. KUO.11 LIUKKTV. Kc;:il;ir cm rt siiniKlciii'e. li. P. Berry and wife, of Wheat ley, visited hero last week. A trood rain would bo a benefit to crops in this community Rev. G. B. Greer filled his regu lar appointment hero Sunday. Wheat threshing is in full blast, and it is turning out much better than was expected. The Smith's Collego correspond ent's memory i3 bad. lie first said that 25,000 could free Cuba in 30 days, and again that Leo and Miles asked for only 20,000 to take Ha vana. Wo said thero were 111,000 well-fed Spanish soldiers in Cuba, but tho correspondent evidently thinks Havana is Cuba. Now as to the Hawloy School-houso boys, they are far above tho averago, but of course they would not expect to interest the Smith's College cbrre- spondeut, as he sooms to be equal . . . .. . . . . 1 it not superior to tho authorities of worms, aua curing wun uirong raeu Govornmont. However, the small !ciM nl? m,ak,f f0,diti,f hJ boys think of organizing a club, 1 l ii ;ii l . .. ttuu puiuaps mvy wm give aim an opportunity to discuss tho dishrag, dog, broom, or Bomo other groat question. Wo are opposed to dis cussing this quostion throuch the -I-.., ,-, . c i piubt, auu ii uw guuouiuu is uiraiu to meet the bova m open debate he . ... . - I h , ii, , . ,, puuuiu uo u liniu iuuu ni ino press, We are proud that wo havo a neigh bor who boasts of his intelligence. Liberty, Jnly 12. Coussen's Lightning; Liniment 1 hern ih nn rn.in it. will nnt. ro. liove, no SWolling it Will not Subdue, no WOUnd it will not heal. It Will . , CUr0frO8tblt0S,Cnilblain8andC0rns , 25 Cents. Sold by J. G. Pre8SOn. " T ri,i i i JjaUlCS: bend tWO-Cent Stamp for f rf T?' ht 1.1 niCO picture Of Mrs. ItOrdr S Model KilAh ,1, 4 1, i i i liltcnen,fihOWingtUO "lUCOn Cab- met " in us& Export cooks, chefs and good honsokoepors everywhere are putting tho Queon Cabinet in their kitchons. Tf ii A ziAiin . , , . .,1 trynome, ine nouso m town, UlO COZV flat or eummor cottaco. The n,,nn fkhmot fVi Donf R OlO luoen UlDmet UJ., Lept. O, Ala Monroo Stroot, Chicago. Stop that barking by tho use of , it J , vuuoi;ii a AAUiiwy.uj. j.ar. j.i turetJis the COU"-h. allava irritnfion of the, j-t . tiiiuitt, niiu ruovt)a conguaiioa oi tne lungs m a day. It is safe and pleasant to take, and never tlisap. i or i rn - i t l i 1 points. 25 and 50 Cents, hold by J. G. PreBson. f I , 1 '. i' , iv r,.;ii,l f r l! i.ni i 1 iVn. r !.! ii l'u , ' t' ' iir '' ; i . in !. ! ;. .1 i . i' fo.i.. I lie, !'')!, ii- a'xnit 2 v.' ! i." ( ll, I'.' ,'. li .if, I 'ant !- lit't I I ' I V, ,iti- U llh i llli.'l I !:;. i ' I 1 T 1 , I..U I' u i'i 1 V l"l la r 1.1'nl ri.i i f ".n' , Will iv .; fur I.. o i.'.i i, er rii) iiiiuriiuuiu!. I i . . : ' t 1 In . 1. 1'iU , i ( Tl.i I 1 1 ;.- '. ! .'i ! Dm "I ,'i'iv Ua-lMfH'lWA'Ur.'-l'- f ITrflllT 'I'IIt' lliirln-)!- I'll" OluliiK'iil (lives instant relief. It allays iu- llanuiiMlioiinndhea! It :h prompt in its a tion and iiositive in its ef- feet. It is the kirn 1 1 hat cures with Urn nam or iliseoin oil. It is tor piled only. .r,() cents. Tub s, "i" cents. Sold by .J. (1. oil. Tin county c;uididat";i are sk irai- i.shing for a front p!;i'i in the event political derby to be pu'h dof.' in uoUK'u The CniiOMCLE will bo, ma.h d to any address for f0 cents a year, ,mvable in advance. SubsciiVrs win vva prompliy ,lofjfy u,: fj ,Uiy irregularity in the delivery ot ' their papers. IT HI, IC Sl'KAKIXU. Tim county cumtli'lntoi will npia! tiiofoilowinp; place us follows : Crooked Creek Ciiiudt, ninth tlisf.net, Tliurs;l:iy, July 5i3. r.ivvillo, Friday, Jnly 2'.. riollaikiy, Hiitunluy, July .'. ('unuleu, Monday, August 1. Doviiler, Tuostlay, August 2. Voting Precinct, seventh district, r-n Wednesday, Aoc'it 3. Spcakiup; to be,r;in ut 1 o'clock, p. unl'M olliervint arranged. II. D. Om.E, Chairman Demwratie Ccuamittoe. C. T. Ukechekn, Chairman Republican Committee. CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children. Ttia Yea Win Always Ec-iht Bears the yfT' Sigaatnro of PUI5L1C SI'GAKINU. Coxbnrgh, TlihrHday, July 21. Chalk Level, Friday, July 22. Zach, Monday, July 25. lif Sandy, Tuesday, Jnly 2G. All candidate aro respect fully invited to join. C. T. Ukkchkkn, Chairman ivoprtbueau (;omnutteo. J. V. Flguunck, Chairman Vopulite Committee. If your child has thin, pale cheeks, un- certain apiwitito anil nuroHtful Bleep, it 1 ...... -i 1 1 i i Croftm Vcnnif is mM but oortaJn in I , em,cf and is a Bnpcrior tonio as well as positivo worm destroyer. Sold by J . G. Treason kailkuad iiMt lAHLt. Trains pass Ciundon on tlm Nanliville, Chatta- nooa una St. lxmis lbulroau as follows: trains east. tkaims wkst. N'o. 1, express, 3.43 am No. 4, mail tl.iwam wo. ra, 10.48 uni I No. 62, express!;. on pin jSo. 3, mail. ti. pill I NO. V " 11.15 pill official I WAR BOOK by roiii;ross)iiJi James lCuikin Younp;. All about war Willi hpain, tfio Navy, all Defenses, lsattle ami all nioniinent oRlcurs. Neiulv two naites, Kliittt: Mi ri I'ortiaits and uioi;rapliies of Dewy tliorsliip. Only authenlm, oilii i:J book, Kxpe- I Al-iuuivn Vlllllinn H1:Lruiliiltali i-lii:Ln !'.,-ut. :m. dies as suwmsf til as smnUtwteii. We are the Ur- gest subscription book. Urm in Ameiica. Write U9- 'ir,y lH'i employed in our corre- spondenee (lejuirtment alone, to serve yon. Our book is just out. tiutaKeneynownndbelii-stln tlirt fliiWl I lll'irA rjLrttit ui-ji ni'ivk lit !,fts f ixvn uni ni'iui (Mm fiv v iu n i iinyw 111 4-WHII.l IE IA with each book or onliit. Oilier valuable nrcnii- linns, 'i rememtous seller, liinuestmonevniaker ever known. Most liberal terms Kimianteed. AKenis iiiiiKini; to &m ier flay, iweniy nays credit given, i-rnint jiai.l. Kiill book sent pre- i piiiu ioij;t:iiui, .. .- ih-muui m.iiiiiiiuiiiiiii, aim hill instiuet ions Uee for nine 2-cent stamps to pay monkok book co.!uepi M,cincaKo, ,iii. ELECTION NOTICE. o liio nnuersnmou cicetion cemmis Bionors for Ikmttin County, will open ant ll0W aa election in tho varions prpoincts 01 saia comity on inurstiay, august lm, for the purpose of electing a cir cuit court clerk, county court clork, rc( ister, fihcrilT, trustee, ontl such district rfficnor y to necey rollawill opon at 9 o clock, a. m., aua elouo at 4 i o clock, p. Hi W. L. M oasis. .1 J. M. Lasiilke, T. B Cantiuxl, Wmen latitesto'tnweifor rwimLliTiS Vt I wm s leu iiwijw in i enue .tcc. Mont i y anil I expenses. I'oHitionsU-ady. Jtererenee Knelose sen aimiesseo siaiiittiui envelope, 'i lie Doillln iuu Comiiiuiy, Dep&ruiMiut li., Cliicaro. M II. ,aiii i . , i ' " !!. ..!- I': . i: i ii '.-.t-O.'.. - -II ii A M'n 'Tit 'i; V u;l I.i . i Mh DAY. MY. r' -. , t i i t i i i i , i i i ',n . .: 0- I f, - I Hi ll I i I':" I i- Kl Il I . , I .11 ' i ! I ' i'i. I ( i I ! V I'll. .i-i'., Ti "Vj I i , 1 1 i i i i : Jl f lii".!.:,: '- ' - i ' ' 11..:; K V 'rfr t' .' - . I '..l.U' V ' ,;,.;i (jjTi, !'. ! :ro, nr.d :" O.'-Trfion f-'Ct'.TI-SVJlST via r : VII. I 'ir'Mi- !i Si" Throiis'' s I li!ii;;!i N. i. " In 1 ." ('Is In ! i ",. l t.l ! ', . i . i.i Mi ':i Iaj.usvi.Is .:oii!i-i . ' I.I . .1' KMKj K V.S ,, "! 'ii-., i 'int. mi I'.ii iim it I ii'.i i'o;ul will 1 1 i'i , v. - "!, I i,, i (iv I i-i in,n i, l,if!-s, r'i. ,i :,!,' ' i l".-i i -li'-'iH.'V . n! .,'' ilirsi, t.i'. i.'itiit;, Hi-Hi i'.i ii","r A".;i'litj ;.ii i .hi i.K. iy. 1 ACIstka I I'.'.'- w.m: is, l'-.i'i-uMiii's, ; I'm illM.x--'I 1,1 .j.ii-i.. I I Ulnl S;."i' ; 1 i-,- t ' I i i-M iei.lt i-llii- 0 I'll Jul' prinriii': f,i"llilirs :iu tir.M-iiixi, ,'inil 'Ki.l vm li. I , i i ii ' -h (:iml :ll In' f'irn' Iii it on ii I ii K ('Hi;oMi I.I-, I ;omtci. mil' :.m''i:i:i v i S illlpll-H V. ill'l I' i i,i jiin-itiim. A'l'li'i"-s i'tiiii. iES GREATEST EOCK CF TDK ME! Should to ia Every Moae ani Library. TiFiPiS'Slfelim I writln by TUuht linn. Williura F.wnrt GlAilntnna, I -l'riMiior of tiniit Iiritimi nnil lailiuul, t'liiwuir, l.ng.: H. A. It. Sy-i, yuwm'ii t'ollenn. Oxfonl, t nu.l lt. Kiimut l lvi CurtliM, I). I).. tlliirni'O ') lumloi-iiHil Kiimlntory, ehiriuio ill.: UT. li'ri'ili'ric W. Furrar, l.l) F.K.S., brnin ol (laiiimi-ury, Ciintiirhury, Knu j luv. J-.lmnr ll.OaiM'n, l).l..TuftH t'olli k, Kiiiiiitn-illH. Mn.i lif. Frank W. tiunwiulun, 1.1., Armour l(iti!l. t hiciiKii, III ; lUv. t i'oiruo F. I't iitiicoi-I, 1.I.. Miirjlw- tuitrn l'mibyli'riiiu t liun-.n, iHinilnn, r un.; litir. It. r. jMimArtliur, l. I)., Ivury l:iptint t'liurch, hiow York ("ity. N. V.: l;v. M ,-irtyn r;uminiiln-ll1 1)1)., Muin Mniot rrflu Hiit'tii f t :iiurrh. 1-wihton, alt.; Hov. rrHiiK M. llriBtol, D.l)., Kimt Mi'tlioilmt l,iiscol'l t'lmrrli. l-.must in. III.! Itiiv. W. T. Mmiro, I.L.U., llin (;iin t mil OorfHinmwiilih," Louilnn. Kim.: Iln. J-ilwiril l-.viirutt Mult, U.D., South Oiini.-riii(iitnmHl l.liur:n, l'.iiMton. M;i.'n.: li-v. Jnwuh Acur lliiit. D.l).. '"Minima mlliH: Ivii-lnnmiil, Knn.j Ituv. Cumr ltane firHjrnry, ly-ipxiiz I'uiVHrrtity, jtiriK', tiiirruftnyi liv. Wm. t luuviir Wilkiniion, I).l., TlnlTcrmly ol t:iiijMiO, lilii- ciu:". III.! Ili'v. hiinuiiTl Hurt, i.l) Jrlnuy t'ollwo, Jlartfoi il.Oiinn.; )iiv. J. Mount Gihson, l).l).,Kt..lolin' M iid Frenliytiiriiiu eiiurrli, Loailou, Kuk.: Kv. Gooriio C. l-nriumr. l.b.l).. Tin' Ttiuulo, ltui-Um, HIhhh. Ulill.Ali mill ION. M2 t7 full i-HKH illaxtra- tiunii, hi It ciliMK clotii, $4.UI; Lulf luvaut. lu.Ul full le-;u:t. y.in. 4! I AR'Iti l.liIT10S-1.5fl) Duar. Hfl fuU-rwe ilhmt.rii. tiniiB. Klylo A gilt mlmm. full lnvnut, tiuo Toliimn, till Kl- Mylo b IWO VIllUIIIIW, lull iKVIJUt, l.llltnll, tOI.UIS In lOPAllTH, qimrlo vim, roviiim iiimntiorid tomoh,tiit linpiir eovorii, Hfwml, trimmftil hlii:litly, 1.00 i"ch iart. i iirsum ni hii iKMimiiiiriiH nun ny nookwuii'r. rnr fnrthor iiifurruiition, writu I11CNKY ). SIlKl'AKU. fob! lahcr.ZLl una Ui Uuaruo hLreul, OuicaKO, Illinois. Free tuition. We ki ve one or more f if e ecliol- nrshipa in every cuuniy in the V. S. Write u. Positions. . . Suarantecxf Will accept noLt-;'. for I nilion or ran deposit money in bnnl; until position Usccitrcl. Cur are puid. No vacation. Kit teriitaiivttr.ie. Upeu i'rliotU nexes. Clieaji board, .emdlor fred iftuslrjled cct.-ltHi-CQ. fnrti-r rrasoua hit; conditions . . . Address J. P. DiiatjuudU, l'res't, at eitlier pla(;c. Draughon's ?? ffracticsoif - C- BualncaK.... RASliVILtE, ItKfl., AND TEXtRKASA. ftlJiS. BiKi!c!teen!nar. Shorttiand. TvnivrlJ:r The1 most thoronsh, practical and jttwra, iv& V s-1ioo1m of the lciml in the world, and i lie best f patronized cm-?, in the South. Indorsed i-.y b.-itik. ers, viki charts, liiiiilstcis nnd oiIilii!. Four wetKS n lHXr.keepiii'. villi us uru- ciu:'l to twelve weeks !y the old' plim. 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