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AND ITEMS INTERESTING TO TOWN
AND. COUNTY SUBKC2IBEHS. .
The singing at the Cumberland Mr. Thomas H. Bateman, the
Presbyterian Church Sunday after- enterprising furniture dealer, went
noons is an interesting feature at to Nashville the first of this week
that church, and should bo perpet- to purchase a new assortment of
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. ELECTION NOICTEf
Campaign money is called sugar be-
cause it melts away no fast. Baltimore
TWICB A WEEK KOU A DOIXAU A YEAR."
BY virtue of the authority inve
ed in me as tdieriffof Benton Coun
I will open and hold an election at the
voting places m each of the civil districts
Mr. J. W. Presson made a flying Mr. Henry Hall has rented the The Weekly Kepublio, of St. Louis will go of Benton County, on Tues.tay, November
visit to McLcmoresviiie last week, residence recently
nc(Minic(11)vMr to' its subscribers twice a week during K 18i)0' for th" , l,,irlf of voting for .1
Mr. T. J. Lowry, of Eva, was in Trfi nn,tn Minr.ri T. 11 ToW mid J nr.vr l-P,niiio- November and December, one sheet ofsix Kid,tl,-;ontfrosional ImSX. n Stan!
Uie City Tuesday. f , l x Ti v t U .mi i i u Pf?1'8 "'K mailed every niewiay ami Senator from thoTwenty-s xlh Semitoi
u 11 "v I in n. few ( av to fnke rharrre of r hmisn wi h Ins c hnrtnnirr (lanoriifer. I .. . . m. . ... . .. .. , , .
t t i nr -i. , another every rruiay. Tins win give tne l'isiriei, rum nepresontauve irom ien
yjv. o onn iu. unver, oi aveny, sdiool. Miss Dora,
i i i
was ill town MOUUay. fWraT of nnr vniHiff mm ron. Mr A. J. TTflnv hnruloA intn fliin wlier than heretofore, and a part of it
Farmers aro-very busily engaged template putting in a telegraph office one day this week, a peanut alful of.any, weekly LvTr ,l0,nia!,.er
m garnering their crops,
nawKins ltooerts, or. nonaday, tne iNasnvuie, i;nattanooga,ana ot. ana 18 men in circumierencc. I wo the usual commission to agents. Address
was in town Wednesday. Louis Railway. kernels were in the hull, though all orders,
Two tickets are necessary for Mr. II. Clay Benton closed his the other one was small. Mr. Ut-
each voter next Tuesday. ' school at Harmon Creek last Fri- h?y says he will give a bushel of
Mr. T: J. Laiimer of Bristow day and returned home Saturday, peanuts to any one who can beat
. . I TT i i ' tic T i n 1 i n
was at the rally hero Tuesday. is assisting at Mcuaniei k
preventative trom lcntou
County to the next lieneral Assembly of
October 15, 18.H).
E. G. FL0WKIS8,
I will also, on the flame day. Tuesday
November 4, open and hold an election
at the. voting precinct in the sixth civil
district of Benton County, in connection
St. Louis. Mo.
Xr , ... .. i .. with the State election, tor the purpose
NowadPysb,rdon Hie bonnet is worth of e!ectin;, a jllsti,eof th, ,,,,.,, 'for said
a dozen m the bush. Baltimore Amen- district to till out the unexpired term of
Mr. William E. McRae made a
Hall's this week.
For the latest stvle.fi in fall and winter
1HE CHRONICLE desires to return hats for ladies, misses, and children go
0. B. Greer, resigned.
No. 2(5 - 20 :P
Mr. Will C. Davis visited at Big
Sandy Saturday, returning Tues
IN TTII': CHANCKltY COU1JT OF BENTON
COUNTY, TEVN.-Z. M. VVALKEU, ADMIN-
lSTRATOIt, VS. (JUEKX1JEUKY HOWE ET.
- - . r 1 1 IP jll i i J I m.
fl vine: trio to. Nashville this week The Memphis Conference of the tnanKs ior tne nearty enaorsemeni; to jurs. anny xnompson
J I . I i i i i -r-v j ill . ....
Mr F 1? Pinrr-n nf AT,l(on,;0 MethodistEpiscopal Church South, extended it Dy democrats irom au esinceriy nope the new tarm win not
"fl a 7? ' convenes at Dversburrh Wednes- over the county. It is pleasing to raise the theater hat.-Fittsburgh Dis-
wna m wwu luouuay on uusmess. , T . n , , , patch.
aay, iovemoer iz. uisnop iJun- llul1' muu u vj xn
can will preside. Chronicle meets the approval of . w.a"
Next Sunday is the appointment the Democracy of Benton County, ronage(tuld MxinK a continuance of f)N Saturday, November 8,1890,
T? rrtvo, V T,w, 4- 41. and to be recognized as the Organ tup R!imft. wn ftnnonncft that we Are nre- J at the court house door in the town
ir t T- i hit -rr i ui lie y . iiiviuaa x. jjunuittii nu unci - , T .,, , . ,. ,
Mr. Joe Davis, of Murray, Ky.J rnrnrUn A t.Mi- nu, of the party. pared to serve you with first-class goods ?,f Camden I will expose to public sale to
a i m i i vumuwouu,j. iMupcitou vuunu. - i ; T i iiie lufiiiest, oiuoei , one iraci oi land con
Was m Camdeu Tuesday on busi- Serviceg Hon J M Castile and Capi R. ui the above lines. 1 ooho A Nobij.8. jalnlni 150 acres', belong, to Green-
ning. Everybody invited. P Cole addressed a large crowd of
ATrc tt .t nn i;: enthusiastic Democrats at Sugar
ness tnp to Jackson the first of the n,r -n, m Tree last Saturday evening. The
WeeK , ,. , , . . , cnpnVpra wpro mtrnmirW? tr t he
son, lasn oaturday, was stricken r r: .
Big Sandy, Tenn. berry 11 owe; also an undivided interest
A man looks for the path of duty afar ?L the 8ald Urfenberry Howe in a tract tf
off, yet it passes right by his door. -lexas inter4est in ' tract rontaininff acrPR. the
tunings. specific bundaries of which will be ifiven
Lost his Kripne-the man who took on day of sale. Said land will be sold on
The-colored: people held a festi- with paralysig and her condition people by Judge B. C. Scruggs, of Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Tonic, but. he willtareoired toSta
,1 in Soutll Camden last Friday iai bepn serimm for several davq Pace an& the speaking was ain't kicking and says it is a Lulu notes with approved security and a lien
wTorlw TiatPYi1 a nv rh nwoT,,. Cheatham's Tasteless, t ot sale Dy Man- m oe reiai neci upon me iana ior tne
""f""' non&IIerrin payment ot the purchase money.
bled multitude. I t , t , . ; .4. October 14, 1890.
i-parmiH nn nnr. n n n i n nntifir rrii.i-! mrT , tut,,
Tmtiftftfl af. t.nm tilfle lat TrirWir . . , , TTnn. T. M. Mr.Cnnnell nnd Cnn- . , .s ... xu.u u.
r j oaturday atternoon, and were " " ; , . , C1SIU- Aneyeviueuiiyexpeciuruasung. No. 25 20:3 Clerk and Master.
morning. . nf M ApnTfr( -Rafprnnr. gressman inioe were greeieu witn wew urleans ficayune.
much enthusiasm here V ednesday. - Sav. friend : stop taking so many pills
and try Liquid Cathartic Compound.
h Messrs. Jnft "Ratamfm and Tj.
Some ice on standing water was Breden, of Houston County, came
The Kmofhts of Honor held their ntil TnpfiflflV w-hPr, .hpv rpfnm much enthusiasm here ednesday,
regular meeting at this place last home 1 ne Democracy of the Eighth Con
Saturday. - The following couples have been Sessional District are better or-
i . "- i 1 1 j t l - r
Mr. Gilford Presson haa been lieensed to rnarrv siee our Inst re. gamzea inan " nas senior yearn
- - j - 7 I m i xt :
appointed deputy postmaster at port: W. W. McDaniel and Lula anu nex. xuesuay tney uxe gu mg
this place. Burcham ; P. G. Herrin and Lee to ?01 the hf viest vote the (h8"
JudgeB.C. Scruggs attended the Wright; E. M. Brewer and Mary
Buchanan rally at Waverly last AIsup.
trict has ever known.
Never affiliates with the system. Sold
by II. W. Mannon. 10:lv,
A hen trying to hatch a chicken from a
rotten egg is unconsciously setting a bad
egg sample. Texas Siftings.
Mrs. Fanny Thompson has just receiv-
Sonnie Murrell, who was arrest- ed a new line of Nellie Ely caps and other
M TT 1? at;' ii w ed by deputy marshal Collier in late fashions in ladies' and misses' hats
, ' b T tt Benton Countv last week UDon the The G, 0. P. is right. Woollen goods
J. A. CLEMENT. L. L. ILAWK1NS.
CLEMENT & HAWKINS,
Attorneys at Law,
Cum den, Tenn.
Will practice In all the courts of Benton Comit.v
and the supreme court of Tennessee. Collections
a specialty. :iy.
. . . . iw.i.j j i. t tt Benton Countv last week upon the
Jfromment democrats trom all veny i euuesuny, uuu uearu xiou. wA . ., ,. are not necessariesof life. The poor can
carts of the eountv were in Cam- John r. isuchanan, the next trov-1 . b , , . . wear silk or satin and be in no
lmiSSlOner fi.,,,-..,!.,:,,- rPW Ynrkr,.imnipicinl P0?011'1 do hair cutting that are secoml to none.
if Si. aanf?er 01 dying. iew lor-uommeiciai. Thanking the puhlic for past patronge, and tso
indetault Young & Koble8 have jugt a(1(led a lieitinaconthiTO
Y r rrTn .... . ..... . ll Jl
m I tiiierv. w hs UKiurts wuiiuissiuuci ,
prnnT- nf ' pmiprrpp in n. vio-AroiiB J' , da
, . , LPfnnf Wpnf. hftl,pnrfanf W. L. Carter Fnday, and
lur. J.. A. Jjarnes. oi liicr Bandv. r- , , u..ti . .. ... .
x xi. -rk x- the neonle ' tttliBUU complete line of drugs to their business at
wttscuuaousanuemociuuc ' . jail, to await the action of the fed- Big Sandy.
rally Tuesday. xum xvye, . accompameu c0rtpftrg post.lntelligen-
Damden sent quite a large dele- v;uugicmau wj ouuuy ce
gation to attend the races at Nash- Wednesday morning, wnere they
Having recently purchased a new chair and
the comfort of my
ns to shave, sham-
D I UU1 LtLll I .v. ..... iii..
,. other new articles tend ing to the comfort of in V
lumieuiuie patrons, 1 now have faciliti
ville this week. received a rousing welcome from ' " ' " ... " but suggests the question what has be-
Ur. H. W. Vunm. nf ft. fi fte Democracy assembled ihere to f" " ' com 01 -bW"1
of Mannon & Herrin, is in Nash
ville on business.
pgfMv shop Is one door cast of the Stiirll
On a toombstone in Philadelphia is the "ouse- 1V " 7:iy.
record of a young wife with the line added
"Our first in Heaven." It is touching,
Eczema, Ringworm, and Tetter are all
Turn. outr ye Democrats, next miIes feast from Camden
tat' T l T? T v t who would be glad tor these places disagreeable companions and the source
Mr. Lud Kushmg, living a tew to bo hc&Uy repregente(1 in these of much annoyance. Hunt's Cure cures
Tuesday and help swell the major
ity of your party..
Democrats, don't take chances,
- that ho observed a buzzard wear
ing a bell pass over his place last
Saturday. The buzzard was going
,:n f onJ, them an. guaranteed. At waniion a
prv mifl n. ennv nf thfi nnTiPT frpfi to
. l v .1 ."n Marrying rich widows, like drinkin
any yuiititiurii ui iau.it.o v uj vt hi
Boot & Shoemaker,
East Side Square, Camden, Tenn.
li-nrvr Jo ,1r.r,u cnlnK- fnT ti.o offi.ta ? wiui neatness anil fiinnatcii. I keen none
, v.v,.. W..J ,)llt J,,,, ye ,)(st ,1.lUria nn(, ,.. , w U
JLStXlXWVlClli3, vxwia v V110UO. l I. . . .
. . ir xm ' i , m an easterly direction.
Go mi th noils next Tnesdav and
vnfp Rt,TAiVrit tiftVftt. Workmen have put in another
r c rpv- TCi.Jttw at tl16 Cumberland xresbyte-
XILCOSIiS. KJttlU IlUllltlO OUU X' 11U.-9 . 1, 1 , ,
-r. -l tt n i ' ' i 'i nun vyiiuicu, uiiu. uew btuvus nv
Bond, of Holladay, were in the city , i 1 n
, i m i been procured, which will add very
I am prepared to do all kinds of work in my
le wun neainc
it the verv bes
siwaKs for itself, liepainni; a specialty. V :ly.
send in tho local news of these Texas Siftinc.
places. . Come ! Come to the new drug store
WTI-iiT rf naU a mnaa Tnanti'niY nf II. W. MaiUlon's and 20t a bottle of
I, iljr UUl llii V "lu.w mvvvmt c- - -- - - I T T I TATATn y"M Tl Trivia -
the citizens of Camden and Benton " The New South " for coIic' diarrhea, lljljlIN Ulb OlJN 1 1IAL
griping, etc, iu:iy.
Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. A. C. McBae has had his
new residence handsomely orna
mented with lightning rods,
much to the comfort of those wor
shiping at that church.
County at an early day and take
some action looking to secure the
Paducah, Tennessee, and Alabama
There's a time lor everything. Taking
off your boots after you get in bed indi
cates a high old time. Binghampton
TmtEE in one! Young & Nobles, Big I
once remove tho debris on the lot L 11 xi. ii a. menus thev htiw. nnvthinsr in the above
1r , , secure is wen woriii ioukuiij niter, J '
your poll-tax receipt W7.li you. and erect a buildino- that will re- lines-the public wants. Call and see.
Exsheriff W. H. Lushing was fWt rrodit tmon th tnwn. The sample white (Irish) pota- Mr. T. B. Cantrell occupies a place be-
m-mcf nt i'a ci'fitpr Mrs V, P, toes lelt at THE UHKONICLE Ottice hind tneir counters, ana wm oe pieaseu
uv, fov.u w . n., Aamn tl Hnvia crliAr nf L, , , , ,t
.'---- v. i - 'iiArt ntT l-vtr V i I I N I HIT n Ifl t in IV DPI uu.
Railroad. ' It is clearly evident that
It is to be hoped that the pur- -tll thfi effort cnn Lrpt
ClllCU. VVltXl lliill IUUO. 1 jf TT II 1 X X - t XUHt.1V l.S UAI i XUllllK l. i'UU
TnnvvtrnnTLtthPnn chaser of the Hartley property on the road to pass through Camden, Sandy.cany complete lines of Ha
To avoid any trouble at the po Is the west sMe of the sqTmre wiH ftt ami Drugc
next Tuesday don't forget to take
Fry, this; city, during the week.
xi. . ta i l . I
u o versuurn ximes. win maKe n x : c xi ;x t, r ,v.;ua
.. . -i ii T-i r . - " c ' HT1HSL filH'L'llllBll JL Lilt) VHllt'liV W XiVJOL nunc illlfcu 1,000 VI me 1,11.110.
It is rumored tnat vr. a..ju. a rjolitieal speech to-morrow eve-h x xi 1; Surmosed to have been carried off bv
H, T' cf 1 x iiuvu ever tsuuii wj i;iuvy 111 nno wn-
awley,.. of Big Sandy, contem- ninfip at Cowell's Chanel. Every-L.x ' m. . Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Tonic. No
plates locating at Camden iu the body ig invited to tur 0t and Luccc'ssful farmer8) an(1 wHle the nniJ ga' A'
ri mm r 1111,11 t". 1 . I. . . 1: 1 1 - --w. -
u-u. vv--r- 1 tnvi iiirrr n. nniH t Ti-f'f it.iiiti
IK VOU All K f!OIN(i
St. lAHiis, Chicago, Jtil-
waiiKee, nt. j-aul,
or anv point hi the
sure your tick
ets read over
Ask agents for It.
1K Vol' ARK fiOl.Nvi
Natchez, New Orleans
or Southern Texas
Take none other.
Mr. and Mrs. Green CowelT, of
New South for summer complaint. 10 :lj
Anything from a Harvesting Machine
to a dose of Pills can be had nt Young &
Nobles', Big Sandy. Po
When you are at Big Sandy call and see
T. B. Cantrell he has charge of Young
& Nobles' establishment. ' . 125
Over $150,000 paid by the consumer in
1 -i X X- 11
WnitO POTATO Crop WUS generally a T tnU m tl, ,,pvv lm Rtnr wnnlil
Holladay. ahov ! Have
iultonr iiy., havo been up tor a anvthinTatelvofthatnewrailroad? ATr rinff lina nlmirlnrpo of Hip Catliavtip, f!nirmniiml for tlie liver and
B- - . a I f V I .!. X llU .- vn v " I x
few days visit to relatives m uam- Evtl gtand up , What do you know best variety.
UCu01m.ivn;. about it ( rossiDivitwouidbeweii n x:
TViA nttfndaneft at the SundflV A.conrl An n "conrlior" nnrl lAfnfo I . . . . ,
- rUBV"ul""" "v ...1,1. nf , ivn tpr'aefiro imi fa
scnoois oi uiuu , uu tu iu- ir. vnai;uoyoutninKaooiruicr thof Camden, has been annoyed
crease, and. much interest is mam- Died, last Saturday, of consump- iwmniofKiTit,hatal.tarkPfliWrSftT1,l
fested in the work. tion, at tho residence of Nathaniel cfnr.l- (mnnmllv. nml snnenlntion hns
Work on the bank building has Arnold, Mrs. Isadora Melton, aged been rife as to what it was. The
been delayed this week on account twenty-six years, wife of Mr. W. B. oDinion that a bear wns doinc the
- U a nlAoin I -- v4- nn r r I Tt T . TJ. . ' rTl. 1 1.. I . . --- - I
or Borne ui iuo luawiwi n.vi- ivieiiGii.. ine remains ero suniio mischief prevailetl, so Monday last chill Tonic. We offer vouthis year. Cheat
ing here as ordered- h0r home in Dyer County Monday a BCore or more of men and boys ham's Tasteless Chill Tonic for tho same
Joseph'. M. Cowell, of Missouri, for interment. organized a hunting party to cap- Pe, 75 cents per bottle. It is identic-
is visiting his mother, Mrs. H. J. Mr. Joe Harper, after an ex- ture bruin and end hisdepredations a iy the sam. with the exception oi taste.
..ii t: r,u, nfL....,.,i xi. m x , ... x,..x rm.. i It is so improved you wouldn't recognize
uoweu, wuois ovw wnueuiriiiuirouguieuH,reiurut?u in mai viciiiuy. iuo iiuuu -it,butits qualities are unimpaired. Guar
Mr. J erry lhompson quite sick. homo last J? riday. lie was accom- tinned throughout tho night until anteed to cure. Try a bottle and be con-
Remember, when you go to vote in panied by Mr. J. G. Hudson, of near morning when the object of vinced. At Mannon & Ilerrin's.
. . m i.xi.-x r :n T .r :x: (xi 1. l,.x,l ...1 ,..V.-t
the election next luesuayinuiiyuu vjuinaviuf, wuu is visiuug uieir setircu as luuucu uau nuvu For Sale Old newspapers in any
vote for Congressman in one box his numerous relatives and friends captured it turned out to be a large quantity, at the rate of 25 rents per hun
and for Statu officers in tho other. m this county. I sized skunk! l"1" Apply at tub tnuoxrciEomce
Pullman ButTetSleeperson all Trains
Iiest Accommodations and Equipments.
OoiIlS Company owning andoperntipnr i)nr in
(C ten Slates, extending from Sioux Falls, Dak.,
o. i n ifuiis, im.. oners smnpersaiHl con
signees of freiL'ht suiierior facilities for lm.
Iness, and reasonalile transpcuiation charu-es.
Issues thror.fili hills lading and Kiuirantees rates
to and from all Important points.
Texas alone last year, for Cheatham's To oMa,n ,,nft?
THE ILLINOIS 1
CENTR AL R. R.
For maps, rates, folders, or any other informa-
tion. apply to
il. ii soy, ueneral rassemrer am Ticket
Audit. Chicago. III.
A. .1. kn ait, Assistant General Freight and
Fasscnier Agent, Memphis, Tenn.
11. TrcKKH, Ccncral Freight Agent Xortheru
Lines, Chicago, 111.
1). 11. Moukv. (ieneral Freight Agent Rout hrn
Lilies, New Orleans, l.a.
1 J. Hi nsox, irailic Manager, Chiciiu'o 111.
M. C. M IIKMAM. Assistant Tr:i!lii. MuiVi-r
C'lti ago.Iil, u,;l, '