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the week ending yesterday : Ilobcrt
PERSONAL. MENTION Webb and Mnry J. Douglas.
Mrs. J. P. Morris and daughter,
and item mTEr.KsTiNO to town MisnMattio, of Eulton, Ky., arrived
AND COUNTY SUBNC11I13EUS.
Mrs. Jolui. Box,, of Box; visited
friend 8 in Cainden Wednesday.
Mrs. Annio Yarbrough, of 13ox,
whs visiting at Camden, Sunday.
Mr. James. McMacldns, of Hol
low lWkj.waa in the city Tuesday.
Born, hi.thi$ city, last Tuesday,
to Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Batsman, a
A Livery Stable with its Entire Con
tents, and the. Masonic Hall at
Big Sandy Destroyed.
About 9.15 o'clock Friday even
ing a fire broke out in J. 1 Dowdy's
livery, stable at Big Sandy, this
county. Owing to tho combusti
bility of the structure it was envel
oped with flames before any of its
contents could bo gotten out. Six
horses, two mules, and several bug
gies being burned.
No efforts could save tho Masonic
Monday, and are spending the week
with relatives and friends at Cam
den. The revival meetings at this place
are meeting with wonderful suc
cess, there being already over sixty
conversions, and the interest con
Mr. A. J. Saunders is remodeling
his business house and will put in m wifliin ft fcw f
a glass i rout. Another story fiuucu , , , ,
A. N.' Lindsay, prominent as a , . 1 IJ heroiQ and untiring ellorts on tho
merchant at Faxon, was in the city ' ' .. Iwt of the citizens that the dwell,
Monday. Bertha Hagler, of. McKen- ing and out-houses belonging to
A flfv,w,i.,,,.i ;U41, i4 ie arrived, here the first of the Br, Lowry were saved.
af. f ,v w mnv f antl 18 mploycd in the mil- The loss is total, there being no
P I ' linery department at Hudson, Hat- insurance on any of the burned
t. mn,v, t n N & GrCCrS- property. Mr. Dowdy's loss is a
, ' , r ' i -ir V Mr. II. II. Pierce, a successful serious blow to him as he is a young
wnici j., tvj mi. unci juis. ueum.' - , 'ii i U' 1
T ' . farmer and magistrate residing man and was. just getting tairly
y' ' y V" near Areadne, illumed the ofhee of started in life.
Mr. D. A, Gossett, of Mclllwain, TnE Chronicle with his presence The origin, of the fire is a mys-
was in attendance at county court lagt Mollday tery,. however, Mr. Dowdy is of the
.1 TTri-nr. opinion it was the work of an in-
Mr. W . A. Swindle and daughter utl of this place, and M. M. ceodiary.
returned last Friday evening from Fry. of Coxblirgh attended the
a visit at Nashville.
Col. Jolm M. Holkaay, of Uol- (lon hst FrMoy. f?f Jr
,r,ay, T in Camden the firSl of Ben. f. Thomrsoo
. . or ms interest mtnenrm or rocK- f There was some opposi
mi. ouB. xuuuck, u, ujr, er 0 inompson, liverymen, at xioj-. ti fo th measur( by some Df the
as m atLenuauc at m uumg low lt0ck, and returned Home last magistrateS) but when they consid
ot counxy ooui t momuiy. Saturday, and will remain nere tor ered the f act tliat an enclorare Df
Miss Gertrude AYyly went to awhile. ' gome kin(1 had to bo provided they
Nashville Monday, and will proba- tfr. T.. B. Totty- went to Union readily saw the economy of having
bly spend the winter there.. - City last Friday to get some part a fenCe that would prove everlast-
Mis. Cora Atchison returned last of machinery to-replaco that which jng. committee was appointed
Monday from Johnsonville, where was broken in an accident at Lewis to purchase and erect the structure,
she has been visiting friends. & TottyV.sta.ye factory south of which they will proceed to do at
Messrs. M. M. Fry and John Camden. ' once. The fence will be set out a
Hatley, jr., of Coxburgh, were in A prayer meeting service was few feet from the present one, and
the city the first of the week. conducted at both churches Tues- the yard leveled down to it, thus
People from all parts of the day afternoon. The ladies held the further improving the looks of the
county have participated in the services at the Cumberland Pres- square.
here this week.
An Iron Fence.
IS yaluatsle Faro For Sale!
V revival meetines hero this week, byterian Church,, and the gentle-
' The foundation for tho walls and n Methodist Episcopal
vault of the new bank building is bom,lu
laid, and the work.is going rapidly " Mr. D. J. Allen left yesterday to
I PiiAn "Vrinn Alt. A llii'i Itnc Tnnr
Messrs. D. H. Van Hubs,. John k '
Honored witn tne position or sec-
j retary of the association f or several
years, and mal
I accurate officer,
Correspondents in writingto The
Chronicle will please take all care
possible in spelling names of per
sons. We are compelled to leave
out articles from Clydctou and Lu-
terton this week on account of not
A. Barnes, and D. J. Graham, of
Big Sandy, were in the city Tues- rewjoiuauun,,, fo q
, years, and makes a faithful and , . . , . ,
day. . m persons spoken of m the articles.
1A7. rvlnnrnvo ill mil 1 T 11 (
i-- i . i: tv i . in rinui n 111 iuiuiiniiLiiw
TTi.-Jl. J.J." J-l
upiomcpiwuDiiiiiwti.uimvu . n 10, from over the
Thuro are n went many tilings tli.it !-ro
witliout saying, bni w.n-n in iot onu of
tlii;ni. ISt. Josopii News.
Ilnnhvare, Drills. nnl Fniivly (Iioiicr-
iofi Thanking our frit'iuls fur past jiat
ronae, and Koliciting a continuance uf
the sanic, we annonnco tlir.t aio j ro-
pnred to grrvo you with llrst-class goods
in the above lines. "Young & NojiMiK,
25) Dig Sandy, Tenn.
Economy is wealth, Imt it is a kind of
wealth that the rich man finds it hard to
transfer to his p.n. Puck.
Lost liis grippe the man who took
Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Tonic, but he
ain't kicking and says it is a Lulu
Cheatham's Tasteless. For sale by Man-
non & llerrin.
An Iowa man named his boy Twice,
so that lightning wouldn't strike him
in the same spoj. Texas Si flings.
Hay, friend; stop taking so many pills
and try Liquid Cathartic Compound.
Never afliliatos with the system. Sold
bv II. W. Mannon. 10:1 v.
It would seem that the proper place to
cook mountain came would be on a
mountain range. Texas Sittings.
Young & Nobles have just added a
complete line of drugs to their business at
Big San'dy. 25.
Never make love in a corn-field, v He-
member that corn has ears and is easily
shocked. Kinderhook Rough Notes.
Eczema, Ringworm, and Tetter are all
disagreeable companions and the source
of much annoyance. Hunt's Cure cures
them all. Guaranteed. At Mannon &
When a burglar asks you the cunnun
drum, "Where's your money?" it is
wiser to give it up. Binghampton Pwe-publican.
Come ! Come to the new drug store
II. V. Mannon's and get a bottle of
"The New South" for colic, diarrhea,
griping, etc. 10:ly.
It must be admitted that when a deaf
man marries a dumb woman, the arrange
ment for a happy married life are rather
over done. Life.
Tiikei: is one ! Young c Nobles, Big
S:mdy, carry complete lines of Hardware,
Family Groceries, and Drugs Complete
means they have anything in the above
ines the public wants. Call and see.
Mr. G. W. Cantreil occupies a place be
lind their counters, and will be pleased
to see you. 1 m
The farmers say there is an abundant
crop of pears this year. We trust that
the clergymen will be able to say the
same Lowell Courier.
Lost a fine large case o the chills.
Supposed to have been carried off by
Ch athain's Tasteless Chill Tonic. No
reward offered. It is gone f,or good. At
Mannon & Herrin's.
ON Mittitlny tile 3d day of Nhvi'ImImtihaI ;it llin
("ml liniw door iii uti ulcii, 'I'i-mii. , hrtwcvii
the hours of l'j in .i ml 1! i. in., I will expose
to jiiilillc two tnwts of land, now owinsl ly
W. O. Iti'itt ntiil lyinu on tlio west liank of tho
Ti'iiiiessee liivci, ill lln first clvi! (list net of lien
ton Comity, Trim., contulnini; W aei i, more of
less, t tie Seeille tioillidal'ics ot w liieli w lil ic given,
on day of sale.
TI-UMS Ol1' SAI.K:
Ten jht e-nt. of tile iiui'eliase. money to he iai(i;
lu oa-di, the lialance in eiiual payments of six,
twelve, and eighteen nmt lis, ah Ii a lien retained;
ii pon said land for the deterred paymcntx. The
purchaser will he reipitred to execute notes Willi.
personal security due respeenveiy in si, neivt
and eighteen iminl lis from date of sale.
TOM, C. UYI-.
1iIuM8 Ton Lot For Site
(IN Saturday, October 1890, at.
J the east door of the court house in tho
town of Camden, Benton, County Ti-nn.
I will offer for salt; to the highest bidder
on a credit of six and twelve months, eijualj
payments, except a cash payment siiili-.
cient to pay cost, etc., lot No. !!, situated
on the west side of the public square in
the town of Camden, known as the Hart-,
ley lot, and to be sold by decree of the
county court of said Benton County at its
August term 1890. The purchaser wiH
be required to give note and approved se-.
curity for the purchase money, and a liei
will pe retained on the property for tho.
same. Sale at 1 o'clock p. in.
September 30. 1800r
W. A. STEELE, jr.
No. 24-24:4 Clerk and Commissioner.
Miss Jennie Matthews, of Jolm-
.,rio iTiaifi.il in flnmdoii tins
week, tile gu est of-Mr. Cora AtcV en over sity professions during 1 t MQ gM to get thm
isoll uie revival-now m Press at una but mugt insigt that some of our
Mr (). W. HnbbB. of Holliulay. ttnd a ,fcW CXCCptl?ni correspoudents be more careful in
. . -i i i j. io new converts nave conneuieu
spent several days in Camden last themselvcB withone.or tlie otltc
week attencimg tne revival meer-
'ings. ' ,
Mrs. J. E. Jones and children, of
of the two churches here.
Mr. T. J. Lowry, a successful
merchant at Eva and prominent
giving the names of persons and
Hudson, Hatley & Greer.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION,
IX THE, CHAXCEKY COURT OF I'.KNTON,
COUNTY, TEXN.-C. S. UKANlJOX VKKSUS.
IN this cause it appearing to tho
clerk and master from the petition of
C. S. Brandon, which is sworn to, and
by which he seeks the enforcement of a
lien for fees as solicitor in the causo of
Eurrell Earp et als. versus R. F. Betisley
et als., and D. B Thomas et als., versus
Burrell Larp et als., upon certain lands,
that the said Burrell Earp is a non-resident
of the State of Tennessee and a resi-.
dent of the State of Missouri. It is there
fore ordered that the said Burrell Earp
enter his appearance and make defense
to said petition on or before the third
Monday in March next, or tho same will
be taken for confessed and the cause se
for hearing expiate as to him.
' September 20, 1890.
TOM C RYE,
No. 211-24 :4 Clerk and Master,
Whe n Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When sho had Children, she gave them Castoria..
Tbo nnfnmrici'nw firm nf TT ndsnn.
Dresden, have been visiting rcMmngislrate of the tenth district, Hatley & Greer place nil attractive
Uvea ana menus m wwu rcineiubcrod The CnitONrci.E while advertisement before the readers
attending county court this week, of The CnitONlCLE this week.
' Camden Lodge, No. 179, F..& A. M Lowrv is our a sent at Eva, This firm is composed of clever
M., held a meeting at the Masonic muxwill accept and forward all sub- gentlemen who are worthy of pul
Hnll at tins place last Saturday att- gcriptions iianjcj n at that place. Hc confidence and patronage. Their
ernoon. - , . N , , store has just been filled with fresh
Miss Ann E. Wilson is again be J . cnTulv salable goods of the latest styles
hind the counter at her brother's a nlimbof rmling noticcs in this d st values, and they cordially
Mr. IN, Wilson, after an extended . , T CimnxirTF Mr G invito the public to call and see
aence. w Cantrell charge of tho Big thenv .
The wet weather has seriously Sawly house. We recommend them Not large Enough
fbo HAW Till 1 l
mtemnt-u uU as r8Uaoie uusmess men anu wormy It h b lemonstratcd durini
Dui.cungs iu ruui vy ot patronage. the pre80ut rcvival at tho Mctll0.
Camden. v The Chronicle refrains from jist Episcopal Clmrch, South, that
Mr. J. F. Pierce, a former Cam- pul)lislling particulars of the in. the seating capacity of the build
den boy, but now of Big bandy, mman way n young girl C)f the ing is not adequate for such meet
was mingling with his friends hero SCyCnth district of this eounty at- ings. On several occasions, par
Saturday, tempted to destroy tho evidence of ticularly at the evening services,
Wo regret to report the illness b.er shame last Saturday. The there wero crowds of people who
of Mrs. G. Jones, and join her matter has so far been kept quiet failetl to get a seat, and those who
'many friends in wishing her an and it is probable will amount to were so fortunate as to get seated
early recovery. no more than a.bastardy case in the wort, too crowded for comfort.
The Southwestern District Bap- courts. - Baptizing
tist Association meets to-day at Rev. Thomas F. Bowman, who ' "
Mount Nebo Church, Bucna Vista, has rendered such vahiablo assist- A baptizing took place near the
CkiuV. County. ance in tho revival meetings at this depot at 2 o'clock xsterday after-
Mr I. N. Wilson 1k& removed place, was compelled to return to noon. The ceremonies were con
his stock of Groceries into the build- "Naverly yesterday, and prepare ducted by Rev. Thomas F.Bowman.
. ;DCXt door to T. II. Batcman's for the meeting of Presbytery, Mr. W. A. Steele, jr., and wife and
Hnre store on tho west side of Hi's regular appointment at the daughter, Mrs, Leona McDaniel,
-.-ii ! i i i t- ii rn i I ii i i C
,'iblif souare.. The buikiing uumuerianci rrcsoytenan vnurcn an oi wnom oecame memuers ui
tt vneated bv Mr. Wilson will be at this place is the first Sunday in Cumberland rrcsbyterinn Church,
'rriu-xVk-tlttil otherstrywldetLeack. month., ' , being the parties immersed,
A man sat down on a hornet's nest;
Quick his form uprose and fell.
It rose lileo a shot, but it didn't rise
One-half as hijjb as the yell.
I told you the new dni store would
keep all tho first-class remedies Liquid
Cathartic Compound for the liver and
New South for summer complaint. 10 :lj
Art must always get its inspirations
from nature. The zebra gave us our tirst
idea ot strijKid clothing, and the elephant
was the inventor of loose trousers. Puck.
Anything from a Harvesting Machine,
to a dose of Tills can he had nt Young &
Nobles', Big Sandy. 25
Strive as we may, we never can
Tell who are happy, who forlorn -K
The cutest little shoe of tan
May hide a very painful corn. .
When you are at Big Sandy call and see
(i W. Cantrell he has charge of Young
& Nobles1 establishment.
Mrs, Rafferty (looking at a camel)
" I tell yez, Dinnis, the way they ill-trate
these animiles is somethin' awful. They
must have bate this poor harse pretty
nigh to death tu raise such a lump on his
back. Munsey's Weekly.
Over $150,000 paid by the consumer in
Texas alone last year, for Cheatham's
Chill Tonic. Weofl'er you this year .Cheat-
hp.m's Tasteless Chill Tonic for the same
price, 75 cents per bottle. It is identic
ally the same with the exception of taste
It is so improved you wouldn't recognize
it, but its qualities are unimpaired. Guar
anteed to cure. Try a bottle and be con
vinced. At Mannon & Herrin's.
For. Salk Old newspapers in any
quantity, nt the rate of 25 cents per hun
(ired. Apply at The Cunoxici.R otliee.
The Hon. Benjamin Harrison trying to
pull down the Hon. Thomas Brackett
Reed makes a fellow think of a smal
boy throwing stones at an elephant.-
New York Sun.
Dyspepsia nnd disappointment in love
seem to produce the same outward efluct
The difference between them ia that dys
pepsia is very hard to cur? St, I-onis
From Matlock's Chapel.
The meeting at this' place closed Sun-,
day, with cood results.
It. F. Hassell, a most successful planter
of this vicinity, went to Camden Monday
The school at this place, reported in a
recent letter to be out in two weeks, has
teen extended two months longer.
few planters of this part of the count $
are taking up peanuts and report them
very fine. Pea pullins will be in full
tlast next week.
Matlock's Chapkj,, October 01 SIX).
Peyton Tierce attended camp-meeting
at Sulphur Creek last Sunday.
Andrew Melton has moved Lis family
to Kggville, in the sixth district.
Frank Melton, of MeKenzie, i.-i here
looking after his farm, putting up hay,
A number of citizens from this place
attended quarterly court at Camden Uh
Ed. Rooney had the misfortune to lose
a fine horse last Sunday morning by
Faikview, October G, 1SD0.
From Cowell's Chapel.
Quite a crowd collected hero Saturday
afternoon to witness a gamo of base ball
between the Camden Amateurs and a
club from Trotit, Carroll County.
Only fivo innings were played, tho
score standing twenty-six to tliuri v-nint;
in favor of the Profit club.
Tub faille was played quietly nod the.
best of humor prevailed.
Notwithstanding our boys were new
hands at the game, without practice, they
played well. It is our opinion that had
the nine innings been played out we
would have been victorious.
We expect to play them again at an
J. W. Puesson,
Corn's, Cii,tr-Ei1? October 6?,1 s:a