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LITTLE LOCALS L "n,d Mra- iwmVf
days with relatives and friends in
AND ITEMS INTERESTING TO TOWN
ANI COUNTY SUBSCRIBERS.
With this issue The Chronicle
enters upon its second volume, and
Congressman Enloe is matin a the way in which our subscribers
splendid canvass of the district, and w ho were the first Put their
is receivintr nraise and con?rntula. namc8 on oor suosenpuon uooks
Castile and Cole at 1 o'clock to- tions wherever he goes. B1X months ag a promptly hand-
dav. ic T mt i , mg in their remittances for a eon-
Don't forget the speaking next lot lying in front of his residence J tinu?.ce ?f the fiho
Tuesday. which he recen purchased of the 0 , our
lui. u in uuwiaiarecoveiiuKirom "il1Jr "c"d, cuviuouu. . . . . , -in
an attack of mumps. Mr. J ohn Blanks, an aged citizen - mrA T uu ra
w ...... . L1L.1.1I. l l' i ! 1' t 1 I ,.v
Miss iua Mcilae visited iriends lu clv" uisincu uiou sua- , t1inf n 1orvl nf
J -n r 1 , I T7i,l. ... ? -.1. X TT 1. 1 O r
au raris ana Mcnenzie last weeK. xnuay mgnt. jig leaves a 0f her people.
A ilnnrylifT r.f Mro W A Kuti't, who ami several cnuuren.
JPR OJZ IIOLLADAY,
die, in South Camden, is very sick. The past few days of wet weather
Mr. U. A. Potts came up from !f8 prfed -quite, ,to corrcspoco.
Big Sandy Sunday and spent the
Work has been commenced on
the second story of the bank build
ing. Mr. A. It. Carnes, of Hunting
don, was visiting in Camden Tuesday.
those- tanners who were m the Tvrr TV. 1? TTnrriartvi wanf.fA 1VTn
midst of their pea pulling, Kenzie last week on business,
Uus iotty left for Box yester- Miss Elah Boyd visited her par
day where he will receive instruc- ents at Buena Vista Saturday and
tions in telegraphy undeT Mr. J. S. Sunday.
1 i ul-l
xarurougn, operaror at mm piace. Mr Ham Bkk & of
Mr. W. L. Morris, of Big Sandy, Huntingdon, are visiting friends nt msaW a yun8 which d by m&
was up to see his parents, Mr. and this place,
For the latest styles in fall and winter
hats for ladies, miBses, and children go
to Mrs. Fanny Thompson, 2,1-4
Edith: "It's the little tilings that tell
in tbis life." Alice: " Well, you'd think
bo if you had two email brothers, as I
have," Tire Jester.
Hardware, Drugs, and Family Grocer
iesThanking our friends for past pat
ronage, and solidtinp; a continuance rf
the same, we announce that we are pre
pared to serve yu with firsHilass goods
in the shove limes, Younq & Nobles,
25 Big Sandy, Tenn.
The following conversation took place
in an office; u Did you ever realize any'
thing in the lotteries?" "Yes, sir; I
tried five times and realized that I was n
idiot 1" Exchange.
Lost his grippe the man who took
Cheatham's Tasteless Oliill Tonic, hnt he
ain't kicking nd says at is a Lulu
Cheatham's Tasteless. Fof sale by Man-
Dhere has been tide in the affairs of
FOJS STATE SEX A TOIL
WE -are ai!th(irl.l to-HiwiomiiH' Mr. Wii.mi
Cakawav a -:mli(l:it to rcnrcsoiit the
Twenty-sixth Scimtorlnl District, comixMcd of tlir
coumn'tcm iH'iiiim, l arroii, ami Dmitur, In tlifi
nt'xt (U-ncral Assonibly of ToniicH.sec.
When Baby ww Iclt, we gwe her CsMtwrla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Casloria.
When she became Mine, she clung to 'Customs.
Wkem she h4 Chlldja,she gave them Cailtorla.
The New York Sun
Stnne iioople nfrree with Thr Htm'S'nplnioro;
which Is never dull and ncvor afruid to snciik lt
aliout men nfl things, and wine iieoiilo don't;
out everyuorty JIkph to pet hold of the newspaper
nin l l nl T.rt 1 II J , , 1 , I
Mrs. Viriril Barnett. of Plant, is . 1 . 1 !r 7 ' . rmevs are engaged m digging News.
the truest of Mrs. Fannie ThomD- ACVU1ru oauujr "" their peanuts. The quantity is
left her on the shore because Bhe said
"No" when she saeant" Yes,'" JDallas
great and the quality fine.
Ill W 11 VT ltMii.n w.31 I -a W a a V , 1
A munf,.nifi,0amL " ' AJlvtUD uo wm messrs. ao. mtcaam and Isaac
" I Vta iri rroi rtio Va Tm4i T1 j P "r T r. 1 it
ting in their supply of coal this , r """s w vj miounc, oc juapie wteeK, nverea
eej ' nuu uunuwcu uiB yumpaBa uu school at tins place Monday.
compass-saw ir ae win return we ATP(tRV m j nf-H w m.
Mr. Earnest K Fry is having two
additional rooms built to his new
Tom C. Rye, esq., spent a couple
Say, friend; stop taking so tnairy pills
and try Liquid Oathartic Compound.
Never affiliates with 4he 8jstem. Sold
by H. W. Mannon. 101.
The reason things bo wrong -so Often in
this world is because men won't take wo
men's advice. If you don't believe this
Bomeaionce. t? n n;n;..j jn n wn.j ..:..;... n...,.
i xv. xx ximiaiu twu v. xy, aj.uiiau.nj i ai mot jubi xi tuiu nan iiie 0
Uapt. Li. T. Uole. of Tans, Mid went to Huntinrrdrwi flahirdftv. all. Somerville Journal
Mr, $ . D. Warren, who has been
Hon. J. M. Castile speak here to-
Mis, Fanny Thompson faasustreceiv-
i j, vr v m 1- aav everyrjoay turn out anci j;-- fr;eiMls ftt HtinHTidftTi for T ewi He'OTiei ieo iy caF8BHU Omei
of days in Nashville on business, h ih rh ' . t visiting mends at Huntingdon lor late ashion8 in ladJeg, and mi8gea, ,hat8
ji 1 iiBttr lut-ia. j.xicj' pcdiv. H6 4J"LCa- RftVpr,i Java rpfnmpfl vpfifp-prlnv. .... ....
ed a newline oif Nellie Bly caps and other
several days, returned yesterday.
When it comes to saving dollars a man
Dr W T Hubbs and ladv left n 1 i i ine uae oau ciud or wis piace is more of a genius than a woman; but
. . 1 . .vit mviD jratftagco ul iud j,hm(l (jrtTrpjl a fjfcjinft flnh When it
riKv I u:il1tRn-K7A a Hrtllai i.iA'iVila a .man liao cQararl
TViow ovnonf x -.aTYim'ri Tioro rW 4 T . tn li ui instant, ana oeat titem 6i "
Ihey expect to remain there dur-lT)ftmxmGt-fA- n 50 cents. Atchison Glebe.
for Nashville yesterday evening,
They expect to
ing the winter.
Department of Agriculture for free Lq TJ.fi returnral k.
j; a "i x:. -i ii.. -ze-. v . - - o
xxio iaixi n cujxcovxajf fca, v o ouxua i rst come nrsb serveo.
l)emocraa;. kimw fhrttfor twnntv vonrs Thr
Kun has fought in Tim front lUie Inr ltciiUMTiitic
principles, never wavering or weakening in ltd
loyalty to the true interests of the partV'ltservi
with foarlew 'intelligence and diHlutev!ted vuro
At times opinioim nave (li lie red as to the best
means of accoinnlishinn the common Dimmse:
it Is not Tkk Sun's lanlt lf It dia seen ,f urthor
info the millstone.
Klghtcfen huniirefl and niiniKtyone -win ilio a
(treat .year in American ipouticii, and' every body
snoiuu reaa iwe uv.
Pally, por mouth - - - -
Daily, pr year 6.01)
Sunday, per year j- - ----- - -.2.00
Daily and Sunday, per year - - - -8.no
Dally and Sunday, per immth - - - :o.TO
Vr'eeKly Sun, 'one year - ----- iiioo
Address THE HUN. 7ew Yofk.
FARM FOR SA.LE3
ACHES, 1 rrilleflotithwest 61 Camflen,nn
half cleared, balance line timber. lorU
dwelling, barn, andout-hoimes; good water, good
orchard, and good neighborhood. Will sell all ot
half interest. Terms, one-half cash in advance.
for .fuller particulars address,
W. P. kIunders,
S&Xl Camdon, Tenn.
mOM FAIR VIE Wn
I ll. 1- . ! . X-
ox me larmers a cnance w come xo The fenc0 atound th
j 1 i 1
TOwn vesLeraav. 1 i -n i x m v 1 i
------ lanu jTresoyoermn uurcn ns ueen ftccniarflorreswondenocl
Mr. B. Eagatz, of Michigan, treated to a new coat of paint, and Quarterly conference at New
ine appearance or man eaince oi . nope unurcn is sun in session,
worship is very much improved, . james Tafford, of Kentucky, is
Mr. John W. Bateman, of the visiting his daughter, Mrs. Asa
firm of Herrin & Bateman, is seti- Melton,
is visiting at Mr. "W. P. "Ward's, in
Mrs. Cora Atchison went to Big
Sanday to visit her daughter, Mrs.
"irgil F. Morris,
BY virtue'df the:authority 'invest
1 ed in me as sheriff of Benton County.
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Young & Nobles have just added a votininnkces in PfUh rtf th civil ifirtrirfe
complete Mae of drugs to their business at of Benton County, on Tuesday.'NovenibOT ;
Uig sandy. 5 low, lor the purpose 01 voting lor a
2 . '-j: i ia ' v-r Governor, memlber'to CongresB from the
"o you've otiamea,oMian while Eighth Congressional 'District, a -State
I ha v -been away?" "Yes.7' " Well, Senatorftrotn ClieTweriJy-srKth-Senatoria'l
I conirrktulate vou on bavins tihakea-off District, and Representative frouvBenton
that she-drugon of a housekeeper of yours Tenness tke,nesst,Gcne,:al AmsHt
at last.'"' " Oh don make any mistake. L s,
, , s , rv. October il5, 1890.
mydeairiboy ; fhe s the woman I haw -a trrYvTi,Rfi
ji,ozema. ianszworm. ana letteT are an i .-'i . xt 'm i-..
ousiy 111 Wlttt lever. JM.r, Uateman J). H. Van Huss has lust return- disagreeable companions and the source November 4. oen and hold Bn election
' Benton County, in the last grand is one of th leading business men tA frnm nn PYtpnprl Hnrvvincr irin of much annoyance. Hunt's Cureoures at the voting precindt m 'the sixth civil
.. .. . -1 - . . . . I v 3 tt Li . . . o I r!istrut. nf K(iTirin llnlinw. in ennnflrtKiti
memi j. uarantecu. At ALannon s j,
final round, is promised a share of of Camden, and his. friends regret near Camden.
the public speaking.
JTudgo W. C. East has just com
pleted a neat job of paiii'ting on
J. Saunders' new front.
From now" until election day ev-
! very much, to hear of his illness. Quite a crowd of gcntWen from
I . . . 1 ' 1 IHlt U KOULCllUlllOt III klllj UniLULLO. lllLTil
A house belonging to one lieona Big Sandy took ia the fair at Pris Uotirt, recently delivered what is under-
Mr. JesticeNotris.w the Calcutta fhih I district to fill out the unexpired term 61
j UoCKieu,ti wuiuttn"Oi unsavory cuar
acter, in the third civil district, was
destroyed by fire one night last
Mr. J. F. Dowdy, of Big Sandy,
is having the work on his new liv-
G, 'B. Greer, resigned.
No. 26 -25:3 iieri. '
ery Democrat should work for the week No other damage is report
straight Democratic ticket. ed. The origin of the fire is un-
Just at present Camden is with-
. ... I TT-.. m r -i r r n . i
out a vacant business house that is u. x. ju. uiconnen, nair- tome rom EggyiUe, sixth district,
in condition to be occupied. man ot ine otace vemouwnc uxec- where & crew of
Allen Step .who lived a few miles Pu vomnunee anu congressman fitaye haRdg
west from Camden died last Friday,
aged about twenty-eight years.
Mrs. W. A. Steele, jr., and daugh
ter, Mrs. Leona McDaniel, went to
Paris last week to visit relatives
Mr. W. Rye has received build
ing material for contemplated im-
B. A. Enloe will speak ao Camden
next Tuesday, Everybody come
and bring a friend. Mr. Enloe will
speak at Big Sandy Wednesday,
Opossums are said to be plenti
ful. Several from Camden who like
the sport of hunting after night
fall, have made successful hunts
after these animals during the past
stood to bu the shortest summing-nn on
record. It was as follows : ''Gentlemen
o$ the jjoty, the prisoner has nothing to
sav. and I have inothbur to av what
) .. tJ r -
ery ana leeastaoie pusnea rapxiyr hav.yonot to say?"
a100- ComeJ Ooine to the new h store UM . irrfmr tti wwwm.rsr
Noah Vni Hmss lra Whimwd U. w. Mannon's and get a bottle oi
griping, etc. 10:3y
Irate patron-: " You aflvertise to oure fjN Saturday, Jffoveniber 1890,
rwinMr! w at ine court nouse aoor in me lown
COUNTV, TEN'N.-Z. M. WAI.KEll, ADMTN-
ISTEATOK, VS. GKEttNilEMlY HOWE OT.
conswnx)tion don't you? " DoctorXJnack :
r TTT T. TT 1 11 1 1 I
Mr, v. 13. liernaen nas tne l3estlYes, sir; I never fail when Tny instruc
wheat and clover field of this sea'
of Camden, I will espos toiptiblic sale to
the highest bidder, one tract ot land con-
son's sowing youi correspondent
has yet seen.
tions are followed. Irate patorn-: " My Hauling 159 acres, belonging to Green-
Tvr wiv n Tr Quaok:: My infitrtlctlon8 wew not interest in a trad containing 85 acres, the
Mr, VV lllvam "Uvraway, ot Ulg iowej, I told him to takeit two vears." Bneciuc bunCai'ies of 'Which will be civen
Sandy, is having his cotton-gin re- New York Weekly.
provemente on his residence on properly heir
Only one marriage license to re
port since our last paper, that was
issued to O. II. Akers to marry
meat is said to make a very palat
We would respectfully urge upon
our correspondents the importance
of Hfindimfr in their articlfis the first
We will take pleasure in publish- f Wfikmt later Aran Tues-
ing appointments and subjects for LftV T nHrtONTrT; is nf-i
ministers of the gospel, when hand- xr-Baay evening, and articles re
ed in by them. recived on Wednesday are almost
John P. Moms was token, very invariably crowdod out. V
suddenly sicfc mesciay nigni, ana Mr a K Wyly narrowly escaped
is in a critical conaition. uiton U serious accident last Monday-even
(Ky.) Graphic jng He had started to Nashville,
Mrs. Fanny Thompson has just and being very Id and feeble fell
received a line of ladi-a and misses wMle trying to board the train.
'pteetyle fall and winter hats. See Thompson Morris pushed the old
ocals elsewhere. gentlemen to one side, thus pre-
f The many friends of Mrs. Jan venting him from 'falling between
iMcElrath, who has been seriously the cars. '
ill for several weeks, will be glad A horse attached to the cart used
to learn that her condition has' be- by Charles Sullivan, the mail-car-
come gieatly improved. rier on the Decaturville route, be-
CoL John M. Holladay dropped came frightened near South Cam-
into The Chrocle office last Sat- den Monday evening and ran away.
urday morning and exchanged a Sullivan was thrown out of the cart
few words with us. He was enroute and slightly bruised about the head
to his home at Holladay from Nash- and shoulders. Ihe cart was de
villc. ' molished.
moved to a more convenient site
and will soon be ready to receive
Alvin Melton, of Harmon Creek,
was over at Fairview on amportaait
son took your medicine 4oi a wat .and berry Howe'; 'also an undivided interest
died ail hour after the last dose." Doctor ?""e ai wreenoeny nowe in a iraci o
i'JO4 a:ies-; aiso iiisoiie-eigniiiuiiuiivuitiu
on dav of sale. "Said land will be sold on
a credit of loilr.'ten.iand 'fifteen 'months.
Threb n onk 1 Young xfe SToVjlea, Big Themurchaser wiUlbe'repniretf to execute
Sandv. carrv complete lines of Hardware. not8 with improved -security and a lien
family Groceries, and Drugs-Complete wiH be Wtained "upon fhe land tfor the
J , f I patmont of tlieurrtlaase'rroney.
means iney nave anyuainst m me -aiowe i
lines the public wants. Call and see.
Mt. T. B. Cantrell occupies a place be-
Lost a fine large Case of the chills.
Supposed to have been carried off by
Cheabhani's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Ko
rward differed. It is gone iorrooS. At
business Monday. He says Har-1 hind their 'Counters, and will !be pleased
mon Creek is solid for Buchanan t Bee you,
W. L. Mcftenzie, Peyton Pierce,
and Elbert Shankle went to Mc-
Lemoresville, Tenn., last week, to
attend tho Conference of tihe Meth
odist Episcopal Church.
Mr. Berry Pierce find lady, of
Sulphur Creek, stopped 'over night
with their brother-in-law, Mr. M.
L. Beaton, on their return from the
conference at New Hope Sunday
paymont of tlieipurrtiaase':
yo. -26 :3.j 'Cleric and Maste.
FOR SAIiR-WK HAVE 'lltTKDUEDS (XT
01,1) NEWSPAPERS FOK SALE ATTHIB
OFFICE. TIIEKB 18 NOTHING BETTER
Itold.you the new '3i tore would to vvmv. 'under 'Carpets, wbap up
keep all the first-class remedies Liquid summer curnfTNO in for jackink
Cathartic Compound for the liver and AWAY FOR THE winter, As WEI.L as
New South 'for summer complaint. flO-:h Wiukkds of other usek to which
a v, -t ir tv U- THEY 'CAN BE PUT.
Anything irom a Harvesting .fliaclttne
tOia dosTof Tjllscan lhaa-fctVonngA Price 25 CENTS "HUNDRED.
Nobks', Big Sandy.
Fairview, October 2L
When you are at Big Sandy call and see
T. B. Cantrell he has dhacge of Young
& Cobles' establishment. J 25
Mr. W. O. Roberson, wliom lie
Republicans would not allow to
make the race for sheriff in the
August election, is a candidate on
OTiVlCK AT J. E. TOTTVS DRUG STORK,
J. A. CLEMENT. L. 1 HAWKINS.
Over T150,000 piwd by -the'eosumer in
Texas alone htst year, for Cheatham's
Chill Tonic. We offer you this yenr.Choat
hem's Tasteless Chill Tonic for the same
price, 75 -cents per bottle. It is ideatic
the Republican ticket for the Gen- ally the Rsim with the exception of tttste
1 It is so imotaved vou wouldn't -recociiize
candidate for anything from lis- biftfts qualities are unimpaired Guar- AttOmeVS at LaV,
, . , , , , i x i ' antea to cure. Try a bottle nd Ve con- '
inn consraoie up, out wnen any- pA At M.innon Jt Ilerrin's.. Cttuulen, Tenn
body else wants to run his party ft,OR Sai-m MW ' in flnv
ijmnrps him nnii mntps him Kit - .ni..v.u(o-,..ni. i, Will pruotice In all thpcourls of Benton Cmw
, qmiuwij.niuicnicuiwwmai-ci ami tlie siiDreineeourt cl Teimw. follrdhM
llowik nri'.l. A nnl v it 1 i r Cirwo''i v. ofiioA. J iiiUy