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Y -A 1 '! ,i ii M Vol. XII. No. IS. CAMDKN, TIIXN.. 1111 DAY. MAIICH 1! ). W.U Wii.u k No. ::io f M CAM i LiJoj t I JAM V IK II V IMismN. --i.I.-iit . V N I I K I I MlN, i, I' i n.l. lit. j'ti.i. u . i a i; i i.i:, i in. lent d'i.",i.ii nt i ii -t MM I I I! nii.MVI I I., Main I;. I Ml 1 : 1-1 1 . h.. i.l uy. S.i'.i'ili.il I'.. ink, Villi illi'i AUTHORIZED CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $400,000.00. flic p uardion 1 1 1 InsupancG o MCMPHI! TENN. Guarantees to every Policy Holder Participation in Profits, and is the only Company in lennesseo which does it. IU Directors corrpriso the most prominent business men at Memphis. Ms Policies cost no more than those of other Companies, which return aou nothing. DOARD OF DIRECTORS. a r N 1CCD AC joki. w. r I; I I ii. JS. W .IM( IMIM.'SON'. W. N WII.M ;i:oi;i,k ai;mi n "AI I. KAMMANS. Pl.MTi I! iiCMW.IX. ii. ML JU IIV. if. v iu vtm:. i i.i i ort.u.i,. I.. I,AU IH 'II . Ii. .1. dm:m i.i.. I'. V. I'.l;.i I ivi.Y ri n i ll. I.. I . Wills, ;CAMDCN, TENN. I i Hove j A i ust RecGlved NEW LINE OF ring Clothing, Huts and Caps. Now, Stylish Shirts. NEW LOT OF CAST, CHILLED AND STEEL . ONE AND TWO HOUSE PLOWS. New Lot of Saddles, Bridles, Check Lines, Breech ing, Backhands, Etc. All of the abovo'goods will be sold at Hard Time Prices. Come and Ret prices before you buy else where. I wily have my new line of Spring) VfjJJp H ttBIltlOIl Dre6S. goods' Trimmings, 1 ." Jctc, in time for spring. Will have all the novelties in notions, etc. Don't buy until you see them. JOHN VW BATEMAN.. THE MA S3 CONVLNTION. Itiiilon County llrinui rll liinlrurt l"lo- K'r or Hobwrt I., laylur. At th Democratic mass eonven- tion la lit nt Camden on Monday, March lb, HM, the coinention wrih iii. i i hi ,i ii . called id order uy . u. Jjentou, htrn tary of tlif enmity executive committee. A. C. M'duie was elect- il permanent chairman and A. (i. MeDuniel secretary. Upon million, the chairman pro- i i , . i cceded u appoint a committer on resolutions, us follows, to-wit: L. Morris, J. P. Barnes, 1). A. Gos. sett, .T. V. Saunders and James M, Lashlee. Upon motion, the chairman np- pointftl a committee of five on del elation, as follows, to wit: W. T llubbs, A. lry. J. II. Hudson, . counties. 1. Morris and J. . I ry. ihe committee, on delegation re ported as follows: , vour committee to Hriect delegates to tin' State convention, recommend tliut the following inn tit'H litt MtMHctcd : I Irst tlistrii t. II. 1). (,)illt D (1. Merritt ami A. Frv; kicoih1, U. I). McCord uml V. LOCAL AND I ENSONAL NlVVS. 9 f,' . ,. i' ..... , ' -I . I A 'sip.- IHWl" .I Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitclier's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains ncitacr Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty, years' use by Ilillions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria. "Castor! a is so well adapted to children that . t recommend it as superior to any prescription knon-n to me." H. A. Auchek, M. D., Ill Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. - "The use of 'Castoria1 is bo, universal and tt merits so well known thJt it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria . within easy reach." ClRLOS UliBTTN, D. D., Now York City. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di gestion, Without injurious medication. Tub Centaur Company, 77 Mutuiat Steekt, Nkw York Cnr Mr. A. J. Melton, of Way, va. in towi Tuesday. Mr. V. E. Mcllao was in Nash- villo Weillitsday. Ma.-s inet tin at the court-houst to-morrow afternoon. CHAtMClKY COUftr. ChMiirrllor A I.pi i I lijr H IIxpd ll,nll l.n;Kgrl Irrti I III Mii, Chancery couit met m io Mon thly, Cliaiicel'.or A.. .1, Abernathy, f riilaski, prt hilling. ihe following. procti-dins were Senator and Mrs. Jeffreys went had tip to noon jthterday: 1 1 at tie l'erry, "For eeveral years I have recommended your ' Castoria,' and shall always eontinue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial rosulU."" Edwin F. Tardke, M. D., 125th Street and 7th Ave., Now York City. to Nashville WeilneHilay. Senator James Jeffreys was some what indisposed this week. Mr. James Townsend is niakin iiiipi'ovemeulri at his residenc Mr. W. W. Lashlee lias moved liis family to the Slielton residence. A communication from Mission ary Grove is held for M'nature. nt. . . A. 1 Jerry v divorce; dismissed by complainant. J I. 15. White vs. M. II. Crnn.bill to H-t asith' conveyuiiee; continued until next term. Twiner Carroll vr. L Carroll, liviiice; r-otitiniled. M. A. Towuh'ikI vs. O. W. Town- senil, divoict : dismissed. S. L. Peeler vs. A. (i. Shelton, 'V Witt Fiench and family left this l)ill 1 enforce collection of debts: week to reside in some of the lower Mrs. T. E. Avers, of I'ox, came over Tuesday to epend a w eek or so with relatives. Tuesday was St. Patrick's Day, an event observed by.Irish Cat ho les everywhere. Messrs. J. II. Hudson and T. W. Harrison; third, J. T. Johnson anl I'arnes, of Pristow. attended the J. W . huuiHiers; itmrtii, ikt)itrt iiron convention Mouaay. buJ P. A. HiiJp's; fifth, V. E. MoP,ae, Ar rt i c r 1). (!. Hu.lt.on, W. L. Monis and A. J. T Jlcssrs. tt. bul. Saunders ;ixth,L'a!i.U'r Wright ai.dJ. 1 ettit.of Hatertown, i l r ii . ... and set asiue. irauuuieiu convey ance; order to try at next term of court or dismiss. S. S. Capps vs. P. H. Carips. di vorce; onler for complainant to ap pear and dismiss. CliHttanooira J iow Co. anil I ar- tr Dry Goods Co. vs. Sandy Co-operative Association; order of reference. Willielm vs. Deaton; decree fu- complainant of title to land subject to homestead of defendant. . C. Presson et als vs. S. C. Hud son; death Presson suirested. LouisvilUi ami Nasliville loul- Sullens and Mr. were here lust Monday and Tuesday. The convention was a great at traction for Democrats, and a large road Co. vs. W. K. Hicks et als; re- crowd was m town Monday. uiandetl for proof. Mrs. E. M. McAulev and little Spencer et als vs. Matthews et child. have returned home from a Ms; rule upon parties to prepare for visit to relatives at Biir Sand v. trial by next term of court. Owing to continued rain, noser- alk,er et?' V9' vjiri ana vices were had Snndav forenoon or ureyaru vs.. naiKer; rers oi uie wn;nr of tlm M0ft,rwcf rtir., clerk and master conQrmed i . r . it i s w v m . it ii i s . Theyounpr folks were civen an rpnnrt ftn(1 bv ponPt. in fa. enjojuuio enieiiauiuieni xnurbuay vor of 'Wilson for 5515J5 evening last Dy iur..and iUrs. w. ; Richard vs. Eidiard: motion to If. LaSuleC. I ollnu.-nftnflimtif uiMtlioiii Imnd nupr The school at Jcannette will pre- ruled sent the drama, "The Man I rom The Hiejman Machine Works vs. W ' lSlJljl til l I sa V r 1 , luauie, ac mat piace on oaiuruay c. li. Urossnoe: order .retiring case from docket evenintr, xUarcri What is C. llushinpr; seventh, J. W. l'rv and II II. Pierce; eighth, J. II. Hudson, S. W. Lulloek, W. II Hushing and 11. Warm uck; ninth, D. .1. ('Uini-nt and II. Kit z simmons; tenth, N. 1'. Lashlee and Jot 'Weutherlv; eleventh, II. A. (ireeno and A. N. Walker; twelfth, J. J. Colo and V I A. Nance; thirteenth, II. A. Rice and J M. lJisl op; fourteenth, W. C.'H. Lew's &Cci A. u. Uarnes. , W. T. HruBs, Chairman Upon motion the chairman and secretary of the convention were added to the delegation, and the re port of the committee was adopted. Ihe following report was then submitted by the coamittee on res olutions: We, your committee appointed to draft .uua, ; ,r1D W , ...... -ll Ot.. T f Tl lows: Assessor u. i. uossetc is en caceu ui irmiwacr iui uscmu. We. the Democrats of Kenton County this week in the seventh and tenth J. Allen for ben ton County vs. W. in mass convention assembled, reaffirm districts. His work next.week;will J. Barnes; submitted to arbitration; our allegiance to the Democratic party, ie n me fifth district. reference, clerk and master. and heartily endorse the administration TT , T . . T J Smith fnr usa nf F R T?or. oi governor inrney ana oiner omcmis T iV V" " Ur vC P, ft. A11p- rpnnrt of of the State of Tennessee, and esnec aiiv material and win oemn me erection - ' , - - . v ' - r - iho Hnn. V. S. Affwrmii in tl,o na;t,n r,f o npw hnaiiiPtaa lmnQfVfla Bonn oc CO.lltirmed, aild title fllVested ftsaumd and maintained by him during the weather will permit. aSen vs- V. K. Harris et the agitation of the governor, as between' nar.A- ia T,ol- s decree rescinding contract of Turney and Evans. . ""' " " " sale; appeal prayed and granted. We favor the ?oinage of both gold and waru tins pru.-, u inieiw aim meie tt..;" o-'i. nn.i T r p t silver at tne ratio ot lb to 1. we mm mi eaiiv uuu niiih.iu ir u We favor one convention. We are in arations for a bountiful crop of veer lavor oi an uninstructeu clciegatioc to ptnhlpq hio vuuvru.iuj. uuu it'uvc it tu uie UBie-1 t i i b " I i i r l 1 n r r W. L, Morris, ueu uy county i;iK kj. u. vreer Chairman, to Daniel Couch and Martha V. A motion was made to amend the Wheatley and F. V. Vaughan and Lfir8fc,dav of next terra of court report of the committee on-resolu- -Wicuois. Farrar vs. Farrar, contempt; dis- tions as to read the delegates ap- Mr. Caarles Atkins, or arsons, fmisaed pointed be instructed for Ilobert L. was down the first of the week to 0 Shelton vs. G; W Slielton; re lay lor hrst, last and always. A see Ins wue, who has been indis- J port of receiver.. motion was made to amend the mo- posed. at the hornet of her parents, R.L.Walker vs. L, L.' Walker; tion to instruct the delegates for Mr. and Mrs. J. ii; lotty. . order of pro.onfesso, Robert L. lay tor first, last and al- The movement for a flouring mill B. F. Brevard vs. L N. Walker; ways to read us long as there is and canning factory here is meetincr dismissed at complainants cost. any chance tor the said Ilobert L. witli encouragement onfall sides. D. M. Farmer vs. Georee Farm Taylor," which was adopted, and Now for a lon? null, a strong rmll. er. order of reference: reDort con . r . I ' ' , , . . ' . upon motion, me report oi me com- .ami a pun tiltogether, and success hrmed and degree of ale mitiee as amended was adopted. may be assured. Mnun liutledge vs. Ueorgia liut- And upon motion, aiil. camden There wi1 bo a masg meetin at ledge; suit dismissed without prej UHRONICLE was requested to pub- f ,lft rfnrt,lmSfl f 2 nVlnel- n. m "dice, lish the above , proceedings. to-morrow to take some definite ac- , John Barnes et . als vs. D. J. Gra The convention then adjourned. tion toward br?Dging a canning fac ham et als; 60 days allowed defend t ant to answer. A. luUiANlEL, Secretary. N. Bridges et als; amended bill filed and. case continued. Richardson vs. Rice et als; con tinued by consent. W. L: Holland vs. J. B. Florence et als; jury ordered and case setior Chairman. tl upbuildiuff of Camden are Thpmas B. Johnson for the use invited and urged to attend this P1 , OOURy vs-,- w- nm' Right in Sight Sure Saving Shown We'll send you our General Cata logue and Buyers Guide, if -you send U3 IS cents in stamps. That cays part postage or expressage, and Keeps off idlers. It's a Dictionary of Honest Values; Full of important information no matter where you buy. 700 Pages, 12,000 illustrations: tells of 40,000 articles and right price of each. One profit only between mater and user. Get it. . MONTGOMERY WARD & CO., " in-i'6 Michigan Ave., Chicago. .rsCBSOlUWK FOR XBK CHRONICLE. St- Loqis & Tennessee River PACKET COMPANY. STEAMERS ICl'l :U:v ici'j CITY OF SIIKFFIEI.D. I Y OI-' rADUCAII. wry of savannah. ONE of tlicse eli'pant stcimors leave St. Louis evory W odnt'stlay and Saturilay for all points 011 the Mississippi Klver to Cairo, Ohio liiver to radnrali, and Tennessee Kiver to Vloi-ence, tak ing irciRlit and passengers for all irnints on the OLiio to l'itlstitii'Kl), and on the Cumberland to Nuijhville. ThrougU bills of ladiii;,-prompt serv ice, and low rates. 1. JOUN K. MASS EN OA I.K, Traflie Manairer, Wharf-boat fool of Olive street. .ST. 1A)UIS. i fyOne of tlit'so steaniers airlveat Johnson. rule every luesuay ana riuav. Jf the American people do not wish to have the McKinley duties on the necessaries restored, there is only one way to prevent it, and that is the election of a Democrat to suc ceed Grover Cleveland. This is the remedy, aud it is well for the Dem ocratic party that this is so. Another favorito son of Republi canism has been "paralyzed" by the McKinley cyclone. But Governor Morton ought to have known that after the barons of protection con cluded to noniiuate McKinley, all other Republican aspirants -would as well get out of the way. It developed that the convention Monday failed to appoint a county executive committee for the next two years. Was this an oversight, or when is the committee selected? If all the improvements contem plated here are carried out-our me chanics will have all they cau do this ispnng and summer. meeting. The following attorneys from a distance attended chanoery court: Messrs.- Tom Johnson, of Nash ville; T. L. Lanier, of Waverly; J W. Rudolph, of Erin; Joe R..S.W, and Prince Hawkins, of Hunting don, and Mr. Fryer and Messrs. larabough & Sweeney, of Tans. son. ,lhis;case;. brought up a very important question, involving the constitutionality of Chapter 137 of the Acts of lb'JS. Ihe court de cided the act was constitutional, and decreed accordingly. M. M. Bngance vs. II. C. Bng- auce; bill .dismissed by complainant. Barnes vs. Flowers: rennrt. rrm. A special to The Chiionicle from firmed. Eva says the, stave factory of Mr. Harrison vs. Evansville.Paducah T. J. Lowry was destroyed by fire and Tennessee River Paoket Co.; Tuesday night, the loss being near- continued. ly IGOO; no insurance.' The loss is Lockhartetals vs. Snyder et als.; very hard on Mr, Lowry aud it will coutiuued.-aw&iting payment of the be felt by the entire neighborhood, purchase money. as it give employment to qmte a Lillie Knsbing et als vs. Horace number of hands and furnished a Rushing, and E. M. McAuley etals market for timber for everybody. Vs. Horace 'Rushinefc als: renort riM 1 : : ... 1. i 1. 1 .1 . 1 1 1 j. no tun ire iiviguuui uuuu .,uetyijr una exceptions. sympathize with Mr. Lowry. A Baby's Life Saved. "My baby had croup and was sav ed by Shiloh's Cure,' writes Mrs. J. B. Martin, of Huutsville. Ala. For sale by J. G. Presson. Southern, Boiler Co. vs. T. S. Johnson; first report' confirmed. 1 t A Great Gruian tl.cnsedy. Diseased blood, constipation and kid ney,' liver and bowel troubles are cured by Karl's clover root tea. Foe sala i. G, rresca.