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AND TUm INTERESTING TO TOWN
ANt COUNTY SUUKCMBEltS.
LITTLE LOCALS! -'t,i"",,0,ptE;
M. -fVyifS Will xTgll'l lJ il'illU Ulllli
With nn nffnflr nf nmnnmnrvia,
Hon.. Joseph E. Jones come up
P TTY "I 1 TT
irom uresuen batumny. jtio re
turned1 Monday, accompanied by
his familv. who were visitiny reln.-
Mr. & Dowdy, of Big SandV, tives at this ukce.
it i i
was nutiuvairy last week.
The ncw.Tarsonnirewillbe readv ,, ..i ct t -. t:i. n
for occupation in a few weeks. contemplate erecting a fine hotel at
A light frost was. observed 8.1) the site of the present section house
Camden, Wednesday morning. near South Camden.
Alex. Bivens; left Monday for Two con-pies have been licensed
McKenMb.to remain several daysJto marry ii Benton County since
Dr. E: 31. McAulcy went to Big, or last paper, to wit: W. H. Blair
Sandy yosterday on. professional' and Sadio- Mitchell, and I. V.
Business- oniith and Jiiliza Brown,
Wo had our first frost this morn
Sorghum-molasses making is al
most over with.
There ia one thing about the nuin who
likes you ; no one can say bo is prejudic
ed. Atchison Globe.
Hardware, Drugs, and Family Grocer
ies Thanking our friends for past pat
ronage, and soliciting a continuance of
Wheat sowing is the order of the the same, we announce that we are pro-
day with farmers. pared lo serve you with first-class goods
p i t-v i a ti a t i m the above lines. Young x Nobies,
Frank Dowdy, of Big Sandy, has r. Rnn , T '
decided to rebuild his livery stable )T . .. .
J "I want alley-money," said the wife of
at an early Clay. a bowline-saloon keoncr. when she sued
Professor Mitchell has formed a him for divorce. Texas Siftings.
music class in connection with his Lost liia grippe the man who took
primary school at New Hope.
Edna Van Huss, Anna Bell, and
Roena Beaton attended the revival
meeting at Sugar Creek Church
Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Tonic, but ho
ain't kicking and says it is a Lulu
Cheatham's Tasteless. For sale by Man
non & Herrin.
Some good men are like a foreign lan
guage, iney nave to be translated belore
th, 1 f 41,: i ,i thev are understood. New York Com
,,. , , , , . . -, ,. c i i t T r denounce the article of ' Rill Arp.
They charge him with belonging to
Say, friend j stop taking so many pills
and try Liquid Cathartic Compound
Never affiliates with the system. Sold
by II. W. Mannon. 10:lv.
Some people who howl that they can't
get justice would be bothered to death if
tkey really obtained it. Washington
FO I: S TA TIC S EX A TO It.
WK ma nut lmiiztMl to uiuiouiih Mr. Wi i.i.i a m
Cahawav u -:uiiliil;il to rchii-xi'iit t lit
Twenty-sixth ScmiUitlul District, coiiiixiswl (if tho
nnilUH'K III 1.CIIIIMI, I .B1IMII, HIIII lHVailll, 111 U13
ucxi (ifiii'iai Asscniiiiy ot itniiifssco.
FARM FOR SALE!
O (T T ACKkS.l iulii .southwest of rniiidiMioniv.
half cleared, bulum c 11 mi tlmlicr. (ihmI
dwt'llliiL', liiirn, and out-)ion,,cs; good water, ood
orcliard, and K,Md iieinlitiorliooti Will sell lUl or
nun niierext. i erms, one-null tatdi In udvancc.
l'or luller particulars address,
W. 1". SAUXDKKS,
2G:11 (lamden, Tenn..
A Valuable Farn for Sale!
0 Monday the 31 day of November jiext at. the
court house door In Camden, 'lenn., between
the hours of 12 in and 2 p. in., I will exposo
to public sale two tracts of laud, now owned by
W. (). Itritt and lylnif on the west bank of the
Tennessee ltiver, In the tirst civil dlslrict of lien
ton County, Tenn., coiitainiui; liio acres, more or
less, the specific ixmndaries of which will be given
on day of sale.
TEltMS OF SALE:
titiiriiwinta ttt ulv
twelve, and elKhteen inonths, with a lien rctaine!
uiHin saiu laim ior me ueierreu payments. The
purchaser will be required to execute notes with
personal security due respectively at six, twelve,
and eighteen months from date of sale.
Ten per cent, of the purchase money to lie paid
in casu, me naiance in equal
TOM C. HYE.
publishes a knd sale in today's Sunday evening, by Rev. J. G
ClnnfiNTrT .v. .Ititipr. nt. fb rpsirlpnf rf fb
r m. v ...... hvMa Mr W TT t,1q. some irust company, any way.
iurs. . iv. owmuie. or ooutn - -'",. -r . ai,i
TH-i 1. 1 .. A I rr I Q Tfr I I I !AntlT nnj 1 I i no Unm '
ifjamcien, nas Deoa very sick tor p vu,ii"" w,Jt",'J' L,xlo kJQUAO
several days. . MwenelL From Holladay
nr-Tv.. 1 tt u i i.j I TVfr VilliTi,-m Pnifiwnv r. 'Rio
lucuumei. k- xiau contemciate " v....v, P,rpaivmijMUV i
putting iiv a grass front in, their Sandy tlie Republican nominee giff Flowers was in Holladay Po8t-
business hnuRp tor-otate senator, was in Uamden Sahirdfiv Inst ioung & Piooies tiave just aanea a
t if t i i llaetMondav. He leftin comrjanv ,r T w. .i., , complete line of drugs to their business at
. o. ju. uasmetYesi;,aii;enuea.ine - , " " Jur.t. xj. v arren spent tast weeK Big Sandv. T25
barbecue and Buchanan rally atr"- "-f at Huntingdon.
. . . I mnmmni tni? H nnrin rrrlr-n I I
Itlcliei: ;io Wednesday. ' b Mr. John M. Holladay left for Lillies, of course, but keep your eye on I will open and hold an election at the
liev. JH.. V. Maruaon delivered Ut. l o... i... thf Mahals and Hu GprtriMlfis. tor. Snm - voting places m each of the civil dtstneta
LrvillP Tmiml of Benton County, on Tuesday, November
BY virtue of the authority invest
ed in mti AS fillfirifl of Ronton Pnnnt-v.
' young beau's motto : Consider the U ed in me as sheriff of Benton County,
.Tnfro W T?.nBf. Tnna rctePrl -"DV- " uciivcicu tTocfc.n- anT,,lnir
i 4iiuv mmu jut'-'v I , 1 & T TIC I Atuuuiiuv (kyuuuuji
frtm Big Sandy, where heMBeen T . b V' mcl Mrs. W. W. Woods and son. Joe. f? a
i Auutet m, iiU lueinoaisii episcopal .. ,,. jcaema, iungworui, ano xeuer are an vjuvemur. uiuuiuer 10 congress irom ine
. m. l, gi, oj... visited friends m Carroll County hiRnrfipftWfi p0mmnilins anrl thft mm E'Rhth Congressional District, a State
vuuu, uouui, uuuuj wicuuou. . T tt Senator from the Twenty-sixth Se
1 A i t e j baturday. of much annoyance. Hunt's Cure cures n;0,;,,f D..(i "iJ
t 1,; A nf iho them all. Guaranteed. At Mannon &
ty'a stave factory next week.
engaged im house painting.
Tr rp t mii. 'ii i
. A. . xtt, wm A large number of the deceased's
. . : . . ,. iciauvco ouu. mciiua n.cto uiyscuiu. I T-r:,n
-r tTT.i . , emmtv are lnifiilv err?a?ed in difr-
V IT. VT PS 1 nrhpri woa tnton - j o-o -o ttt i: ..i.., i a
Mr.- J . H Wyatt, formerly of A1 'W :n w.j,, ging their peanuts. . , slw
Garfield, but recently removed to Over-exertinn revived an old t,rnnM Qmte a number of aur PeoPle at" because he made no bad brakes.-New
J J 1 i T I I i 1 Ijl T l I i J 1 I .
Xirisiow,was m xne city xuonaay. frQm .. tad apparently re- 1 . "DaPust ss00110" w Orleans l'icayune
non. juewis-.j.. waxier, wb xve- COVered. He is now confined to has UC11
publican candidate for Governor, is, roorn at resideTice of Mrs. Jrxda Mr 8md Mrs J 06 Fry of SuSar
billed! to speak at Camden, to-mor- p0hertv. Tree, spent Saturday and Sunday
m" ' Rev. Thomas R Bowman, of lith thfir. dater Mrs- J- S'
Mr. U. A. Fotts, of Louisville ,hVaverly,cameoverTednesday and inomas o this place
' n. . ..'i 'it. . P' 1 1.1 I -r n TT iwn
Come ! Come to the new drug store-
District, and Representative from Benton
County to the next General Assembly of
October 15, 1890.
E. G. FLOWERS,
I will also, on the same day. Tuesday
November 4, open and hold an election
at the voting precinct in the sixth civil
Three in one 1 Young & Nobles, Big
Sandy, carry complete lines of Hardware,
II." W. Mannon's and get a bottle of district of Befiton County, in connection
" The New South " for colic, diarrhea, wfifl? the Stat.e election, for the purpose
. . . . i , . of electing a justice of the peace for said
glipimj.eiC. lU.iy. district to fill nut thp nnPniroH form nf
We know what the girl who never thinks Mj. c. ureer, resigned.
talks about. Now we would like to find E. G. FLOWERS.
TTv urna ir f ha ifv Ta firf nnrf. i . i .n. . . i i t Tfair S TT WillioTvia nronpbprl I out what the trirl wbo never tAlks tbinks 1 "O. m Zb:JJ blienfl.
i r i picaviicw ai mo vuuiurjiiauu i xeo-1 r- j. i
.nil!: 1- i. i ; I. . . . I. 'i 'A l' I finnnt. Atehisnn
iit i nik: iiiitii u nil iii-i ii u: i 1 1 i 1111 i lilt' i . i k i .i i i it i n i I f i nil 11 u 11 l TiTn.uDTi xi rr curmrni 1 111 1
w. uuiju i v 1. juii.MiviiiQ wu. xaxj.- i uyQp vjiiutcii M eo.Deso.ay and i xu.vovm.ul dviiuuu
ohants. hast, fivpmno-a RavmaI r,f fbo, t,0w m Baptism" at Palestine Church
n " T 3 J. tA i. . ! U.n Trio ofronrloT.'.OTiriialonyo '''f-'
u-bb appies uu wwu uuuucb converts on ine recent; revival were ' "U,J " fc- F u GI0cerie8, and TWs-ComDlete tv Tn mivrm ,.WWTOW
flnmmana ou cents uer Dusnei m n. ro nrtnpfi t.r that. ?tmrrh 1 .1. n. weaver arm tanv. ann moong tw hiivn nnvthinr in tho ahnvs riTi'Tv tvkk' m wnvtn nnv
Y fcr CamdfiTi markfil and fimi reader- tit. a -p u ... Minn l,Wmn hrAnr, wWWp lines the miblie wants. Call and see. istrator, vs. okeenbekry howk ET.
. . , a- iULi. zxuiuj. xiuzivB una retjigiaeu " ' , . ,, . . . als
I . -r t I TIT T P r.infall nrwumlm a 11 om Vii. I AXKO.
"uyern.. his position at U JL. Wvlv's dnr oeen visiung lrienus at acj, "7V 7. 7" . HN Saturdav. November 8. 1800.
I fl . I illllll TLlJMr 1'IHIJII HTM. HlUli Will I1H HIPMSPd I I I tf ' J
Congressman. Enloe-will address croods store, having accented a twJ lenn.r for some timer returneu to . o ro. y at the court house door in the town
the voters of Senton County at sition with his uncle, G. W. Flor- Holladay Friday, You must haye been g.yen a rather ge3 bidiir?MiiS
flamd'on Octobeir 28. and ai Bic Anr-fl. nf,TiftTinonn ancTTpft. fn-rbnt. TMpRRrs. Ti. A. TTammfit. .T. S. Mil- worm rononHnn tha momhont t taining 159K acres, belonging to Green-
' I ' O r " - r.. 1 ""i""! " .. . !., i;..:,l.i i.
Clark entered the his demoralized collector. Well, rather. l ViJJZ
. . . . - "-y"
. Sandy Ofetober 29i place last Monday. H is succeeded ler, and I. E.
Workmen are encaged m adding at Mr. Wylyrs by Mr. Dorsey Kush- Holladay School Monday. There 11 was a combination oi fire, and toe, so 195 acres; also his one-eighth undivided
some needed improvements toi the mg, son of Jasper Rushing. are about one hundred and thirty
residenoe of Mrs. M. E.. Crimson. Hon jj. M. Hord, commissioner etllnts in attendance now.
ians street. 0f agriculture for Tennessee, has
Misa.Inez Jones returned' to. her sent a box of fine seed wheat to-
Some at Brownsville-last week,, af- Judge B.-C. Scruggs for distriku
Hojlladay, October 14.
themselves with their barrels. New No. 25 2G :3
I told you the new drug store would
tier an extended, Visit to relatives tion in. B?nf,nn ftanntv. Farmpra . Srwclal correspondence.
m this flonntv. Lhn in mv ht 1iMf t K. T. Vickers, of Danville, was
Prayer meeting: services were, experimental triaLwill be furnished 011 the creek Sunday-
conducted by Mr.. Thomas Cotton, a sample package upon application Kev- E- A- Shankle left for' con
at the Cumberland Presbyterian ai The Chronicle office. ference to-day, where he will spend keep all the first-class remedies Liquid
Church. Sondav evening. - , . , . one week. Cathartic Compound for the liver and
. . vve maae a glaring error last ,r .
J. M.. Castile, Democratic nomi-wei, ;n cnpairiT, nf Mr ft W Mr. SamRalls, of Henry County,
nee for' State senator,, and Capt Cantrell as havinc? charge of the the guest of Mrs. Martha Wright
JJob VJoieot rans, win speaK business house of Messrs. Young & rUiB
Camden' the 24th instant. Nobles at Bi Sandy. Mr. T.. B. ss Esther McKenzie, who has
An entertainmentbyablindmaii Canlrell has charge of the above bcen visiting near this place, re- to a dose of Tills can be had at Young &
was given; at the: Camden court- firm's business house-at Big Sandv. turned home last week. . Nobles'. Big Sandy. 25
to speak." Indianapolis Journal. interebt in a tract containing 85 acres, the
f 1 i 1 . , ... I specmc ounaanes ot which will be given
Lost-a fine large ease of the chills. dav of Rale Sfti(, lftn(i . k nn
isupposed to nave Deen carrieu on by a credit of four, ten, and fifteen months.
Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Tonic. No The purchaser will be required to execute
reward offered. It is gone lor good. At m.f 8, Wlth PPved security and a lien
Mon Wo!- - WU1 06 reia nea upon tne land tor the
i ipj 11111 1. pun nasi? iuuiix:.
Diogenes lived in a tub. Modern men I October 14, 1890.
will, like Quay and Wanamaker, content " TOM C RYE,
Clerk and Master.
New South for summer complaint. 10:lj R UftlnQfllO Fnwn I nf FflB Colo
Consider themanwhoisalwavspunct- A M,U0UI 1 f Uf
ual how much time he wastes waiting
for other people. Elavira Gazette.
Anything from a Harvesting Machine
ON Saturday, October 25, 1890, at
the east door of the court house in the
town of Camden, Benton Countv Tenn.
I will offer for sale to tho highest bidder
on a credit of six and twelve months, equal
payments, except a cash payment sum-
giveni at tne amaen courts nrm s business nouse- at Jjigeandy,
1 r T 1- TT
isiey, wno rebiut u 1,ii;1,aix, .i,of ,.,. cient to pay cost, etc.. lot No. 19. situated
'Itwa&below the average, anxious to qnjote prices on anything a few miles from this place, died letintl.ecanin8teadv0UB0I square m
lne maay menus ox. xu.i-; xmucu m txxcn nxxoo ul uuixihs. xwucuwji jx pxuixiyuia. nave as roucn as you naa peiore ine acci- ley lot, and to be sold bv decree of the
Mitehellwill regret to learn of her The buildinsactivitv which Cam J The Eureka Beading and Debat- dent.-Somerville Journal. JffiiWS'tft
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deatn, wmcn occurn;uxtiuxjxiuajr den has been undergoing during m oociety at jjick. ureeK was "" " vib, v-v be required to give note and approved se
.the.hoeinHu.phreysCounty. fte present yr contim, Ne largely attended last Friday night. SSStStSi
A good opportunity is now of- houses are in process" of erection, Mr. John It. Beaton has erected r,avA w At tb hnttnm nt c, Bame- Sale at 1 'c,ock P- m-
I n4-Ml.A A 1DAA
September 30, 1800.
W. A. STEELE, JK.
No. 24-24 :4 Clerk and Commissioner.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
IX THE CHANCKRY COURT OF BENTON
COUNTY, TENN. C. S. IlRANnON VERSUS
Jferedany one desiring a small farm Und old ones are being remodeled, some new dwellings on his place deal of what passes for virtue in this
oonvenient to Camden. See notice but the demand is yet for more near here, and will move into them world. If people were not afraid that
by W. P. Saunders in another col- houses. Several families wonldlo- soon. tll(?y would out 8011,6 of them
- WINWMJ, ir. mi. m: i- . would not be so good as they are now.-
" '" "" "vxw f"-j uwuxu. jjcu xiiouis, lur. xiiuiuu jiuuvr juus luuveii gomervillo Journal
Mf T J. Oli'vpr tha boss Work- and it is tO be regretted that those Vtia Avnnrnfnr f rnm TTmirxr r,niinf.v
... ' 1 vi, u,,!!1 wl,n nr, r, .iL-xv.:.i xx v.' t. vet $150,000 paid by the consumer in
manomue new uuxii. unuumB,,.. ""jfw. xwiuj viu iu Luis&Bitiuiutiuu iuiiiu..ubuiyuuux. jexas alone last year, for Cheatham's
has been quite sick, returneu ma uuiuuuuaien ouui uouugesior rent. Mjoo tout lor candy pullings. ChiU Tonic. We offer you this year.Cheat-
4lome at Mckenzie the farst oi tne Now taat ar fo . .v . Mrg -Vinif red Stockdale and haia'-s Tasteless Chill Tonic for the same
week. fence-toproteet the court-yard, it granddaughter, Miss. Lunar, r0. P", 75 cents per bottle. It is identic
T. J. Lowry, esq., of Eva, was in W0uld be advisable for the honora- turned home last week from a visit T . imprJvwl ou wouldn't recognize
suwTl iMonday. xeiox e xcd Diecounty court to take some action to Mrs. d . a. Ulement, at Lamaen. nt ut ia qualities are unimpaired. Guar
home he called at The CnnONlCLE for protecting the fence. Remove The board of the Farmers' and anteed to cure. Try a bottle and be con
office and placed an order for job the old racks from the public square Laborers' School Association met vinced- At Mannon & Herrin's
I i i i i ..... I . . I Tt 4.1 . v.;vi ;i i,i I v 'v " iJ'
work.. andmaKeitannarjleottenseto hltch nf TnVV fWlr r,hnrpb nn Sfl.nr. "iui. dent of the Htate ofTe nnessfie Rn.l n rPSi-
ThW,bo,.,ax,ffiakiEgprep- stek to-the fence, thus avoidbg day night Odoher 11 and attended TZHZIZS, RAX
arfiiioiiij ult cuw;iu"" i I j""-" vwv.it du. i.ivvju.tjatij' tu-un tu uuaiucoa uxxvuxiixxiji lJLiu and sue was right. Texas Sittings.
ii x .1,..!it 1iq lirliln.va I nn, fTio ennnra aii toiWiV Joitb. tt. I r.V1 ..T,-.. r,--r.,.,r.r, ..
vritn Bcuucwmiumo "i-"" " jb"""- uj-s,xxJit' euuui, ou miiuo nuiuicuicuio xux 0B Sale Old newspapers in anv
' A splendid programme is being vent accidents, and relegate an old repairing the school building. The quantity, at the rate of 25 cents per hun
prepared, and' the boys propose to colonial idea that had deservedly first session of the school closes "red. Apply at Tue Cukoxiclk office,
excel anything of tho kind that has seen its day years ago in all live, December 29. At lager heacfr Men who tit on beer
avrr bncu in Camden- ' , .progressive towns. . Esloe, October 12. .kf.-WaabiBtoaroat.
IN this causo it appearing to the
clerk and master from the petition of
u. &. brandon. wnicti is sworn to, and
by which he seeks tho enforcement of a
lien for fees as solicitor in the cause of
Burrell Earp et als. versus U. F. Deasley
et als., and I). B Thomas et als., versus
Burrell Earp et als., upon certain lands.
that the said Burrell Earp is a non-resi-
enter his appearance and make defense
to said petition on or before tho third
Jlondav in "area next, or the same will
be taken for confessed and the cause set
for hearing expkrte as to him.
September 29, 1800,
TOM C 11 YE,
No. 'Sr-2-l :4i Clerk and Matter.