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T "TT T M h - 1 i j 1 1 1 1 1 i i i Vol. XVII. No. '21. (amdi:n. tf.n.w. ikiday. octop.kk 21. is:k . V.'i:.. 1 o. :;' nn 1 ft 1 ' i f r 4 J ' i i t i ; 1 i t Tho KIml You Ifavrt Always Wi xxut hi4 liorno tlio htnu tur of Clias. II. rietcticr, mid lias been in:ule under liH iH-r.Miiial Mipcn isioit Tor oxer Hi) yc.-tr. Allow 110 0110 tit dcccixo joit Ju this. Counterfeits, Imitations 11ml SuliMittite nro hut r.xiMilnH-ius, and endanger tho health of Children 1!H-rictu o n:;:Un.t l-xpeririu'iit. What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a suif.ituto for C'tor Oil, 1'arerorie, Drops iiitd Soothin;r S.xrups. It Is Harmless and l'h-aanl.- It con tains neither Ojlmii, Morphine nor other JNarcotlo Hihtuiice. Its jio Is Its frtiarantcc It destroys Wonns and allaK IVvrrishnrss. It (Hies IM.in hu a and "Wind Colic. It v lirves Tct-thlnjr Trotililcs, urc.s Constipation anil Flalnloiit v. It assimilates th I'ood, renlatfs tho SJoiniM-h and llowcls, ulxi-n Itr.illliy and natural bleep Tho Children's I'anaeea iho JSlother'H rrknd. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bcara tho J In Use For Over 30 Years. tM( ffNTIUd (tOMPINV, TT WDIINIf TrrT, WWW VOttH CtTT. A Hea THE SEMI-WEEKLY REPUBLIC Mailed on Monday and Thursday, Tiie llEruBLic Sunday Magazine SEPARATELY, AND ' THE CAMDEN CHRONICLE ALL FOR ONLY Gl.75. The Republic Magazine is made oy the a Lome journal of the best clans, cleau, interesting, original, truthful, and not a stale or worked over lino in it. Four pages of illustrated fun equal to the best comic weekly published, r ourteen pages about men aud women and current topics of the day. More high-class pictures and cartoons than were ever attempted in a similar publication. More noted writers and artists contribute to the Republic Magazine than to any other West ern publication. Fashions, illustrated, a special feature worth many times the prjco of tho paper to any lady in tho land. The SemiAVeekly Republic is NO PAPER IT PRINTS THE It would seem a waste of time and space to multiply words about this grand offer. It is the greatest bargain ever offered by a newspaper. The Senfi-Weekly Republic, tho Kepublie Sunday Magazine pers a weeK, nianeu 10 any aauress on Address all orders to " MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISING. Advertisements Inserted under this liead at 3 cents per line each Insertion. OUR Job printing facilities are first-class, and our snecialtv a irood work. Estimates (and ti:iinples wlieie possible) will be furnished on ap plication. Tenn. UTAOISTBATK'S WAIlltANTS, Executions, jVl and State Warrants forsalentTinCniif iclk ofiice. Otner blanks printed to order. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Trains pass Camden on the Nashville, Chatta ixioa and St. bonis ltailroad as follows: TKAfNH FAST. TRAINS WKST. No. 1. express, :iA-i am I No. 4, mail.,.. .!.! am No. y, " 10.48 am No. rJ, expiess(;,10 pm No. 3, mail 0.45 pm No. 2, " 10. 0J pm St. Louis i Tennessee liver PACKET COMPANY. I CITY OP SHEFFIELD. 3TKAMKRS:- CITY OF I'ADUrAU. CITY OK SAVANNAH. 0 NE of these elegant steamers leave St. Lotus everv Wednesday and Saturday for all points on the Mississippi Kiver to Cairo, Ohio Kiver to 1'adiicali. and le.iine.ssciO luver w riorence, i:ik injr freitllit and passengers for all points on the Ohio to rittsburph, and on the. Cumberland to Nashville. 'I'hrounh bills of .lading, prompt serv ice. and low rates. Trallle Manager, Wharf-boat fool of Olive street. ST. LOUIS. I itfr-Oneof these steamers arrive at Johnsou ville every Tuesday and Friday Tho. 1. Mn-ittit, l'resident. U. II. QUYKN, Mananev. ST. JA1MES HOTEL BROADWAY & WALNUT STltieKlV (Opposite the Southern.) first-Class; in all its Appointments. 200 ROOMS. ' RATES $2 & $2.50 PER DAY. ST. LOUIS. MO. iwflMl 1 r 1 Siirnatiiro of Republic iu tlio Republic office. It is of special and original matter for and THE Newspaper of the Day. AS GOOD. SKW NEWS. and Tiie Uamjjen (JuitONitLE, four pa receipt 01 fi.to. THE CHRONICLE, Camden, Tenn. There is no remedy equal to Heroine for the cure of constipation, sick head ache, indigestion, vertigo, loss'of mem ory, uncertain appetite, uni'estful sleep or skin eruptions. If you want a per feet tonic for the liver, Ilerbino will not disappoint von. 50c. at J. G. Presson's Economic Little Bits cure neuralgia and hwadache in a few minutes. Abso lutely harmless. Guaranteed by your drnpgjst. Price, 25-cents.. The requirements of a medicine is to lighten the burden of pain and cure This brings us to the question of a rem edy, and Tabler's Buckeye Tile Oint mentis the only remedy for blind bleed ing or protruding piles that is endorsed by physicians, Cures the most obstinate cases. 50c. Sold bv J. Presson tufa's. BSffSSI E3 Stm-aF . S & a. UOUISY'lU-E & NASH VIIjLE RAUJIOAD OFFERS SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO THE T1:AVELIN(S rUKLIC Through Cars, in Quick Time, and Sure Connection SHORT LINE to the NORTHWEST VIA EVANSV1LLE. Through Sleppew to the West via MeKenzie, Tbronuli Sleeiers to the South via Montgomery. Through Sleepers to the Northeast via Louisville KIlHiKA,NTTS seeking homes on this line oj this road will receive special low rates. For maps, rales, etc., see awbiits- ot this nmipanv, or ad ikess, C, V. ATMOiiK, (i.j)ierai rassi;er A Kent, Lotnsvna.h, Ky. Bargain OCAL AND PLRSONAL NEWS. Cli ik i. It. Watson pent Ttit-s-ty fit llnllftdny. W. 1'. Iltu risoit, .f llollmliiy, is in town on hiiHtirs.H. W. A. St . went to McKenie rntenliiy on bsiMiitcsH. Our Faxim 1. Iter wan ii cci ml too lato for juiblicfitioti. No poll-tax n (vipt lneaiiH no vote in tlio November 'i'Ction. Dr. (J. II. Watkins, of Hollow lock, was over WnhieKilny. Threo one-year-old yearling for Apply to C. V. llawlev. J. L. I'rownin and family mov 1 to "WnLley t'oimfy this '.veek. Mrs, S. C. Smitli lias lieen indin- )osed this week, but is convales cent. Trustee J. T. Gimp and Hon. J. . Clement went to Nashville yes terday. Mrs. J. O. Prosson and child are recovering from nu illness of sev- era! days. Lx-Shenif AV. A. Lashlee, who was quite nick last week, is able to be out nain. Ono Bet extra heavy second-hand buiy harness for sale. Apply to C. V. Hawley. G. 15. Holladay, Constable 1. II lilliard, Alex Adams and others, of Holladay, were here Wednesday. Messrs. John W. Patemau and IX A. Pott? are eponding tho week in I the Louisville nnd Nashville mar kets. Owing to tlio illness of his fam ily, John T. Hill has canceled all appointments for speaking in the county. Residence for sale six rooms, conveniently located, good water, ood garden, stables, etc. Pay ments reasonable. Apply at once to C. V. Hawley. Marriage licenses have been is sued by County Clerk G. 13. Greer to Jim Ogles and Elizabeth Arnold, G. W. Holladay and Daisie Aden, A. II. Herndou and Ada Perkins. Rev. W..A. Watts, of Crooked Creek, assisted in the protracted meeting at the Methodist Church. He is an earnest worker, and his sermons were thoughtful and im pressive. One of the old landmarks of the town will soon be a thing of the past. The building on the north sido of the square and known as the Bowles saloon, is being torn down this week. Hon. Benton McMillin started his campaign like a man who is cer tain of winning, and that's why his enemies are all hustling. Demo crats must do some of the hustling business in order to make sure of the electipn of the ticket. The protracted meeting at the Methodist Church, which closed with the services Monday evening, was fruitful of good results. There were seventeen conversions durimr the meeting and a general revival of the christians. There were ten accessions to that church, and oth ers yet to join. Eugene Travis, of Company I First Tennessee Regiment Volun teers, which has been stationed at San- Francisco, Cal., since June, re turned home Tuesday on 30 days furlough. His health is excellent, aud he says the health of all the boys from this county is superb. He thinks his regiment will go to Manila next week. Tom Farmer left for Manila last week. He be longs to the regulars. Will Robins of Company I has been promoted sargent. Hon. D. (3. IIikImhi !. lUlrd n few eti;.;HL;euieiitM Id t-penk ill West Telllie-re (his Week. Rev. W. 11. .Johns, of Hollow Spt hil;-', preached an excellent her- inon at the l're-byferinn ('lunch Tuesday evening. II. A. Williams, of Miui!yvi!!', i t another Populist who has resigned from the Slate committee of that party and will bupport McMillin for governor. Rev. T. F. Cason will hold Ser vices (last round) next Sunday at Bethlehem at lU.oO a. m., and at Morris Chapel at 15 p. m. Every body is invited. Hon. W. M. Brandon and Gen eral L. Cockroft, of Stewart and Dyer counties respectively will ad dress the voters at Big Sandy :K'xt Monday, October 'JJ. They are good speakers, ami it will pay you to hear them. J. W. Murph a young lawyer from Camden, has entered into the practice of his profession herewith Judge Jo R. ami Lee B. Hawkins. Mr. Murphy is a clever gentleman, has au excellent wife and we hope he will do well in our town. Car roll County Democrat. Democrats will make a fatal mis take if they have formed the idea that the Republican Candidates are running for fun. Don't be deceiv ed by their complaints of seeming lethargy in their party. It is' a trick that is intended to lull Democrats into fancied security, and must be met by a great outpouring of the Democracy of old Benton on the day of tho election. Messrs. Sims and llin.le, candi dates for Congress, did not speak here yesterday because' there was no crowd. Not a corporal's guard heard Hawkins Wednesday, and only a few heard Richardson, the Populist, Tuesday. We know the people are busy, but we trust that Democrats are alive to their best interests and this seeming indiffer ent will not be manifested on the day of the election. FllOM WniTLKVVILLK. Special correspondence. We had a good rain hero yester day. Farmers are very busy taking up peanuts. . J. T. Melton has erected a black smith shop hero. A large acreage has been sown in wheat this fall. Sorghum making is over, and syrup is plentiful. R. S. Tonkins has purchased the Berry Perry farm. Constable Felt Fanner went to Bristow last Friday. Rev. Lem Cooper, of Big Sandy, was in our midst Saturday. Inch Wilson and wife, of Big Sandy, are here on a visit. Rev. Dr. Luter will preach at Harmons Creek November 20. Rev. W. D. Dunn preached his farewell sermon here Sunday. Neal Arnold made his escape from an officer here Monday night He will propably be captured, how. ever, as it is thought that he has not left the country, but is hiding, Wiiitleyville, October IS. The treatment for worms must bo prompt aud safe. White's Cream Vermifuge can be trusted to restore your child to health.' It is a tonic as well as a worm destroyer. Every bottle guaranteed to bring worms. 25 cents Sold by J. G. Presson. W A NTED Several trust worthy persons In this Slate to inaiume our business in their own anjl nearhy count ie. it is mainly otltee work eomtui trti at home. Salary straight :hio a year and expenses tlellnite, hoiiali.le.no more, no' less salary. Monthly J7". Keference. Enclose self attdressed stamped .envelope, lierhert E, Ileus, I'resident, Oepartnient M, Chicago. FftOM FAIIIVUV. L'XUl.tr rum .,(1m!imii ! I Sore eye nj- nlmof l nn in this locality. ( The friends of J. S. Sm;t gl'td to H e him out n;;ain. llefl V Marker is (in the Mr', I, al'-o oti t is of hii. f".niilv an n ing chills. Dennis Cole and it is report I'tS been e) m; k, d t.hat his i ( n ery is doubt fr!. i he sale of the ,L ;T Sallir- Jlieks properly 1 -on am 1 vi! nr- day war biriely attended. E.i-S!ierilT E. II, of Vaverly,U ited his uii"!e, Jn;.-.es Buchanan, last Wee.;. The latter i'i's been in bad health Mnie time. Ne learn that Camden wits re cently visited by a swarm of swal- uws. The .question js, did you iuiceeeUin(trivin''thet!ioutoi town? We want every Demo'-rat in the fourteenth district to votv for and stand up for his principles on the 8th of November, -and don't be led astray like a few vete ret the August election. How are times, mid what ar you g"tting for your peanuts, wheat, corn and cotton under the Republican adniinistniti m? F.MUYIEW, October IS. I Kom Miii.i:rjuooK. Iii Kulat eoi'tcsiMindi'iice Sheep buyers have bc.'U in our midst this week. Wake up, Deinocihis; o:dy three more weeks until the election. The little daughter of J. II. Rid inger, who has flux, is some belter. One -of W. F. McClure'B mules died laet week from eating "mash nigs" at a sorghum mill. Susan, little daughter of Sher wood Johnson, died last Thursday of typhoid fever. Four others of his children are down sick with the same fever. We extend sympathy to the bereaved family. It is .suggested that. T. J. Reed be presented with a cane on account of the arrival of a fine boy at the home of his son-in-law, E. L. Kee. It is his first grandchild. Arrange ments will be made to take care of the proud father. One reason why every Democrat that is at home should go to the polls and vote is that there aro several thousand Democrats in the Tennes see regiments that will not have an opportunity to vote. Of course the Democratic majority will be re duced that much, so let all turn out that can. Middlebrook, October 18. FROM IIUSTLETOWN Special correspondence. Amos Anderson is reported very sick this week. Miss- Flora TJtley has returned from a visit at Holladay. Everybody in this community is engaged in picking peas and cotton. Rev. T. F. Cason will preach his last sermon at Morris Chfipel next Sunday afternoon. Blanch, the little daughter, of A. J. Utley, who has been very ill, is reported better. , Owing to cool weather the time of holding prayer meeting at Mor ris Chapel has been changed from Wednesday and Sunday evening to Sunday afternoon. We urge upon Democrats 1 he im portance of thorough organization for the November election. Let us as individuals assume the respon sibility of working for a complete victory from governor to floater. HusTLETOWN, October 18. When you want fine commercial job printing, remember that The Chronicle continues to make a specialty of this clcas of work.