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FROM Ilia HANDY,
ANT) ITEMS INTERESTING TO TOWN
AND COUNTY SUBKCMBEliS.
How do you liko the result of
Our townsman Col. W. P. Morris
is confined to room with chills..
Mrs. Call Findley,. of South
Camden,, is reported being very
On account of the election wo is
sue The Cimonicle one day late
J. A. Clemtsnt, esq., is acting reg
ister during the illness of Mr. J.
The entertainment given at the
residence of Mr. V. F. Morris last
Friday evening in honor of Mr. W.
W. Atchison and Dr. E. M. McAu
ley, was a brilliant success in every
particular. Mrs. Morris is a charm
ing hostess, and did everything to
make her friends feel welcomo and
enjoy the evening at their interest
Big Sandy, Nov. 3, 1800.
FROM LU TEUTON.
Alex. Lynch. Tho remains were
interred as tho Buffalo Cemetery,
near Jjearustown. Hie bereaved
family have tho sympathy of the
Matlock's Chapel, Nov. 3, '00.
Elder Hursch, of Humphreys
County, was mingling with friends
at this place last week.
r -rn i -r i i
lurs. Xiiia .berry Das been very
sick with fever, but hopes are en-
Mrs. Ann Lashlee, of Charleston, tertained for her recovery.
Born, 1 mile north of Eva, to the
wife of Ned Summers, a daughter.
Mrs. L. L. Stem visited at Dr.
J. B. Uillions Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Ilamer is visiting at her
daughter's, Mrs. Joo Weatherly,
Farmers in the vicinity of Eva
are busy gathering the corn and
Mr. Henry Davis is having some
neat buildings erected on his farm
Mo.,, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Mr. Aaron G. Davis,, editor of
the Dyersburgh Times, called to
see us last Friday.
Dr. T. E. Lutcr contemplates a 2 miles northwest of this place.
trip to Texas soon with a view to
locating at some point in that State.
Mr. Charles Barficld, who left
this county last May to make his
Mr. J.. H.. Hudson, of Bristow, homo at Metropolis, III, returned
The election went of very quietly
at this place, and as usual the re
sult is satisfactory to tho Democrats.
Eobert Ilamer cut his foot very
FROM A UFA DXF
Peanut growers in this section
have finished pulling up their peas.
J. F. Pierce has accepted a posi
tion with Young tt Nobles at Paris.
T. N. Garner is receiving mate
rial for putting up a new house
near his present dwelling.
Mr. J. G . Clement passed through
hero Sunday in search of a mulo
that had strayed from home.
Quito a number of Democrats
of this place attended the speaking
at Big Sandy last "Wednesday.
Mrs. Phoebe Phifer, of Hum
phreys County, has moved to tho
A. J. Farmer farm on tho Tennes
Newt. Redick and Robert Stag
ner while on trial for disturbing
public worship, before justices
TiinfW'V mid PiVrro. tnnfc "lpf-
bail," and have not been heard of
Aheadne, Nov. 3, 1800.
FROM M OR II IS CHAPEL.
was a pleasant caller at The Chrqn- to this place last Wednesday, and badly with an axe Tuesday, and on
ICLE office last Monday,
Chancellor Andrew J. Abernathy,
of Pulaski, is holding a special term
of chancery court at this place this
Mrs. El A.. Nance and daughter,
Mrs. J. L. Hudson, pf Garfield, hon
ored The Chronicle office with a
Mr. v. b-. tiultj.'a prosperous
farmer, of the tenth- district, has
our thanks for a delicious water
melon, the latest of the season.
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We are glad to note that our
townsman, Mr. J,. W. Bateman, has
sufficiently recovered from his ill
ness to be able to attend to business,
The Democracy of Carroll County
is to be congratulated on its victory.
Republieanshave carried that coun
ty with, a sweeping majority for a
number of years,
Mr., and Mrs. John Cowan and
children, and Mrs.. Dr. Ed. Napier
and children, of Waverly, visited in
Camden Saturday and Sunday, the
t guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rives
Monday afternoon while sitting
in the doorway of. her father's resi
dence, near Camden, Miss Florence
Farmer fainted, and fell out of the
door and received painful though
not serious injuries,
Mr. David Pafford, living 1 mile
east from Camden, lost a fine young
horse Friday eveninc by death.
t- - i i in
says lie is satished to live in old
Ltjterton, Nov. 3, 1800.
Grant Beaton returned
Sunday last from Arkansas.
Miss Tina Pierce has returned
to school' at McLomoresville.
Miss Mollie Cooper has gone to
Henry County to charge of a school.
Send The Chronicle to W. L.
Van Huss, Jonesborough, Ark.
Mrs. Sallie Hawley is visiting
her daughter, Mrs Nancy Van
Huss, of this place.
Corn gathering is tho pressing
work with the farmers. 'Possum
hunting is the great pastime with
Fairview, Nov. 3, 1800.
the same day one of Mr. B. A. Tot
ty's boys split his foot wide open
while chopping wood.
Eva, November 5, 1800.
FROM HOLLA DAY.
Sheriff Flowers was on the creek
J act Jjrost has come and pos-
Mr. Sam Leslie and family visit
ed friends at Chascvillo Sunday.
Miss T. W. Pierce, of Big Sandy,
entered school at this place Mon
Mrs. Kate Leslio is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Maud King, at Gardner
Messrs. C. O. and I. R. Hubbs
were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. "W,
J. Fry Sunday.
Miss Dora McCord has returned
from Garfield where she has been
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Atlas
Smith, October 20, a daughter; and
on October 30th, to Mr. and Mrs,
James King, a daughter.
I was mistaken about the game
of base ball reported in a former
article. The Holladay boys played
the Camden club instead of the
sums are ripe,
Gen. S. H. Atkins has completed dwells Uiapel club,
some new buildings on his farm. Holladay, Is ovember 4.
Mr. F. L. Manley, of Henry
County, was down on business last
Messrs. Adav & Williams, of
FROM WHEAT LEY
"West Danville, are constructing a
The animal was apparently sound supply boat.
and healthy, Friday, and on enter- The post-office at this place has
ing his stable the next morning he changed hands, Mr. J. M. Beaton
was found dead
Married, Tuesday afternoon, at
the residence of the bride's parent's,
Mr. and Mrs. B.. "W.. Bridges, 3
miles southwest from Camden, Mr.
Caswell Cowell and Miss Victoria
Bridges were united in marriage
bv L. E. Davis, esq. The Chron-
ICLE extends congratulations.
The following license to marry
have been issued by county clerk
"W. A.. Steele,, jr., since the last re-
is the present incumbent
Mr. Charles Daniels, who has
been indisposed for some time, has
resumed his position as bridge
Rev. Mr. Sykcs, of Stewart Coun
ty, preached tho funeral sermon of
Mr. Jesse Murphy at tho Herndon
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gilbert, of
this place, attended tho wedding of
their daughter, Miss Ella Gilbert,
port, made in. The Chronicle, to to a gentleman at Paris last week.
wit: James Williamson and barah
Presson? Martin D. Blakely and
Rosa A Hudson; Adam Akers and
Ella Wheatlev: Caswell Cowell and
Tho bastardy case of the State
against Hollandy tried before Judge
B. C. Scruggs this week, was decided
against Holland. The penalty pre
scribed by law in such cases is that
840 for the first year, $30 for tho sec
ond, and $20 for the third shall be
paid for the support of the child,
Enloe, November 2, 1800.
FROM MATLOCK'S CHAPEL.
Regular correspondence. '
Messrs. Willis Odlo and M. A,
Fry, of Coxburgh, visited at this
Messrs. A. G. Nunnery and Wil
liam Goodman went to Hickman
County Friday to secure hands to
W. D. Whoatley has located a
Both Sandiford and John Nance
are reported very sick with mala.
T 1 XT n ,
jonn xi. coiner is erecting some
new cottages, which adds to tho ap
pearance of Wolf Hollow.
Homar Parker who has been al
sont for a fortnight or more, came
home Sunday somewhat indispos
W. S. Parker has sold his river
farm to tho Robins Brothers. Ho
mar Parker has sold his place to
his brother Walter.
Mr. Burrel Wynn is reported to
be down with heart dropsy. H
is eighty-two years old, and can
hardly recover from this attack.
A. N. Lindsey is having some
neat cottages erected on his farm
near Point Mason, which will be
occupied by the Matheney boys.
W. M. McDaniel and Miss Lula
Burcham were married at the
church Sunday evening, Rev. Mr.
Humphrey officiating. Also How
ard Akers and Miss Mollie Collier
Everybody is busy housing the
corn and peanut crops.
Miss Minnie Jordan is quite sick
rom an attack of chills.
Mr. John Bishop is confined to
his room with tho mumps.
Born, at this place, November 2,
to the wife of Rev. M. V. Utley, a
Messrs. Cowell & Williams will
begin a singing school at this place
Messrs. It. M. Stephens and H
C. Utley visited at Hurstburgh las
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss J ennie Swindle, of Chalk
Level, was the guest of Miss Ada
Anderson last Sunday.
Mr. Witt French had a fine horse
to die last Friday from an attack
of the blind-staggers, and Mr. John
McGlohn has lost two horses from
the ravages of this disease.
Morris Chapel, Nov. 4, 1800.
A grocery clerk puts down an order,
then puts it up. Yonkcrs Statesman.
When you aro at Big Sandy call and
soo 1. J. (jam roll ho lias charge of
Young & Nobles' establishment. '25-tf
Now York has a twilight club. Tho
members go hoino in the u'ray of tho
morning. New Orleans Picayune
For the latest styles in fall and winter
lats for ladies, misses, and children goto
Mrs. Fanny Thompson. 2
Happiness is a good deal liko butter
m cno respect it goes further when it
is spread on thin. Biughainpton Leader.
Nellie Bly got around tho world pretty
lively, but Cheatham's Tasteless Chill
Tonic will go it at a still better pace.
Try a bottle when in need of a remedy
for chills. Sold by Mannon & Ilerrin.
Some people who are sure that they
could never tell a lie have never had an
adequate temptation. Somervillo Journal.
Say, friend ! stop taking so many pills
and try Liquid Cathartic Compound.
Never afliliates with tho system. Sold
by Mannon & Ilerrin. 10-ly.
No wonder hearts are so often wound
ed they are subject to so much beating.
Anything from a harvesting machine
to a dose of pills can be had at Young
& Nobles', Big Sandy. 25-tf.
It is the easiest thing in the world for
a woman to feel religious when she has
good clothes. Atchison Globe.
Mrs. Fanny Thompson has just receiv
ed a new line of Nellio Bly caps and other
late fashions in ladies' and misses' hats.
A bald-headed man never quito loses
hope that somebody will get up a suc
cessful hair restorative. Ham's Ilorn.
The eighth wonder of the world just
discovered Cheatham's Tasteless Chill
Tonic. It will prove a boon to humanity.
It is tho same tonic as that heretofore
sold under the same name except that it
is tasteless. Guaranteed to cure. For
sale by Mannon & Herrin. 2-3:4
A fellow who had cramps found fault
with his physician because the latter
didn't take pains. Binghampton Lead
Come ! come to the new drug store
Mannon & Ilerrin's and get a bottle of
The New South for colic, diarrhea, grip-
get put cross-
" Pea-picking" is tho order of the were married last week. May they
day now. Farmers seem more anx- live long and be happy, is the wish
and bond be given that the father ious than ever before to get the of the writer.
will prevent its becoming a charge pea crop on the market.
on any county, of the tate.
C. N. Gill,, who did a small gro-
ccrv business on tho north side of
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the square, and who recently got
himself in trouble by firing off his
pistol, for which., ho was bound over
fbo noyt, term, of tho Benton
w ' . - I r. 1 If. n . ' l
County circuit court, skipped for Sunday, lur. xiarnson is one oi
our mosi jjiuuusm yuuii mi'ii,
and tho best wishes of a host of
friends go with him in his work
for the Master.
"Died, at this -place, October 18,
I am going to the election to
morrow and vote a straight nominee
ticket," is all I can hear from good
Democrats. Hurrah for tho Dc-
Eev. II. S. Harrison delivered an
interesting sermon at this place
unknown parts S unday night. Ho
left a wife and several children in
almost destitute circumstances. His
Tiondsmcn. Messrs. L. O. Lashlee
T N. Wilson, aro anxious to
barnsomethingofhiswhcrcaliouts.ftlie little child of Mr. and Mrs.
Homar Parker and his sister,
Miss Callie, happened to a very
dangerous, and which came near
being a serious accident Sunday
afternoon while driving. The horse
became frightened at a log in tho
road and ran away, throwing Mr.
Parker and his sister out. Homar
escaped unhurt, but Miss Callio re
ceived some very painful bruises,
The road is a public highway, and
tho accident was caused by negli
genco on the part of tho road over
WiiEATLEY, November 3,1800.
Special correspondence.! ing etc.
Mr. Iiichard Brewer, of Paris,
has located at Faxon.
George Garland has located on
the Beasley farm near Faxon.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Faxon have
just returned from a visit to rela
tives and friends at Memphis.
Messrs. Lane and and Bucking
ham, from Stewart County, were
the guests of Mrs. Kelley Saturday.
Tho public school building near
It. W. Lindsey's will soon bo com
pleted, and then school will open
Mr. Wilcox, of Clarksville, was
in Faxon a few days since to sc
cure a few hands to
The nutting party last week were
not successful in getting many nuts,
but the day was spent very pleas
Wo regret to learn of tho indis
position of Uncle Burrel Wynn,
and join a host of friends in wish
ing him a speedy recovery.
Mr. It. H. Herndon has made up
1,482 gallons of molasses this sea
son, and everybody will have plen
ty of sorghum and cookies this
Since the steam-shovel has ceas.
ed operations at this place, wo aro
not annoyed by tho noise of so
many trains and tho confusion re
The farmers are busy gathering
the crop of corn, and the vieli
promises to be much larger than
estimated. Very little wheat has
been sown in the vicinity of Faxon.
Miss Lizzie Faxon gave thcyouuj
folks an entertainment one evenins
last week, which was a very enjoy
able affair. Everybody had a nice
time, as they always do when they
are guests of Miss Lizzie.
Mack Spenee and Matthew Bob
bins have been hunting faithfully
every night for several weeks, anc"
strange as it may seem, the only
game that they have succeeded in
bagging was a ground hog, am
they had to dig a well to get him
t Faxox, November 3, 1800.
" Send this car to the repair shop,"
ordered the inspector. " Yes, sir. What
is wrong?" "I notice that two of the
Windows open easily. Have them at
tended to." New York Sun.
Young & Nobles have just added a com
plete line of drugs to their business at
Big Sandy. 25-tf.
Host" Great scott ! There are thir
teen at tho table!" Guest " Surely
you're not so superstitious as all that?1
Host " No, but there's only food enougli
for twelve ! " Boston Traveller.
Tho malarious summer will soon be
here. Miy a bottle of Cheatham s Taste-
ess Chill Tonic and fortify yourself
against chills and fever. It is absolute-
guaranteed to cure and pleasant to
take. Sold by Mannon & Herrin.
Husband "I see that a woman is
about to apply for a seat in the New
York Stock Exchange" Wife-" Why
don't some of tho men get up and give
ier a seat ? "Lowell Citizen.
I told you tho new drug store would
jeep all the first-class remedies Liquid
Cathartic Compound for the liver and
New South for summer complaint, ly
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorin.
When she was a Child, she cried for Costoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When sho had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Hardware, Drugs, and Family Grocer
iesThanking our friends for past pat
ronage, and soliciting a continuance of
the same, we announce that we are pre
pared to servo you with first-class goods
in tho above lines.
Yocno & Nobles,
25 Big Sandy, Tenn.
Why scratch your life away when a
little bottle of Hunt's euro judiciously
applied will cure tho worst case of itch
ever known? If uot it costs you noth
ing. Price 50 cents. Sold by Mannon
& Herrin. 2-3:4
Thuee in one ! Young & Nobles, Big
Sandy, carry complete lines of hardware,
family gioceries, and drugs Complete
means they have anything in the above
lines the public wants. Call and see.
Mr. T. B. Cantrell occupies a place be
hind their counters, and will bo pleased
to see you. 25-tf.