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THE CHRONICLE.
A COUNTY NKWSrAPEK.
Published Weekly at Camden, Tenn.
KNTEREOAT CAMDEN A3 SECOND-CLASSMAILM ATTER
The subscription price of ThkChkoniclk Is
CO cents per year; 25 cents for six months, which
positively must be paid in advance. All subscrip
tions will l)e promptly stopped at expiration of
time paid for.
Obituary and similar notices will be charged for
at the rate of 3 cents per line. We will furnish
rates for display and local advertising onapplica
toin. iews communications anu articles on questions
of public Interest are solicited, but we assume no
responsibility for the expressions contained in all
such communications and articles published.
Kernittances can be made in various! ways that
are perfectly safe, but all remittances sent are at
risk of the sender.
All remittances and business communications
Should he sent to THE CHUON ICLK,
Camden, Tenn.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1899.
The general assembly was accu
pied nearly two weeks electing a
few officers. They deserve a rest.
Hon. Benton McMillin is now
governor of Tennessee, the inaug
uration having taken place Monday
in a formal, quiet manner.
We note with satisfaction that a
bill has been introduced in the sen
ate by Mr. Morgan to abolish the
criminal court in this circuit. We
voice the almost unanimous senti
ment of our people in urging Mr.
Morgan's bill. Governor McMillin
has declared fpr retrenchment and
reform, and if the general assembly
is imbued with the same spirit, it
should begin the reform by cutting
off the useless offices.
It is one thing for the general
assembly to practice economy upon
others and quite another to rein
force their own purses, says the
Jackson Whig. If this is to be
known as a retrenchment and re
form body, it is a pity the members
appropriated $5.00 each for pastage
stamps out of an already depleted
State treasury. Legislative econ
omy, like charity, should begin at
home. The names of the treasury
raiders should be made public and
filed for future reference.
We are getting tired of the talk
about the lobby. There never was
a corrupt lobby unless there were
corrupt legislators for the lobby to
work on. The lobby is persistent,
but it can accomplish nothing if the
legislator refuses to be influenced
by it. If the legislator permits him
self to bo influenced by the lobby,
he is the greatest criminal of the
two, because of his position and
oath of office. Such an act should
ba mado a felony. Apply the rem
edy at both ends, i you would mit
igate the evil.
When you want fine commercial
job printing, remember 'that The
Chronicle continues to make a
specialty of this clasr? of work. .
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
Captain-Kiel Cultivator,
Chattanooga Chill Plows,
Good Enough Sulky Plow,
Dutch Girl Disc Harrow,
Blue Bird Steel Plows,
Farmer's Friend CornPlanter
the Celebrate-
HARDWARE, TINWARE,
QUEENSWARE, HARNESS,
COLLARS, SADDLES,
HAMES, BRIDLES,
BANDS, PADS, ETC
I Top WoFiHielfe
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Eia CtJjg '-issssES mx&naafdr tJ BtfijOI J
FROM WHITLEYVILLE.
Special correspondence.
John Smegg has moved tojhe
Mouth of Cypress.
Mrs. J. K. Wheatley is reported
on the sick list this week. -
Rev. Wyatt will preach at this
place next Sunday forenoon.
A. J. Melton, of Big Sandy, has
moved to his farm near here.
J. S. Melton has recovered from
his injuries received in a fall some
time ago.
Horace Brewer and James Hol
land, of Big Sandy, have located in
this community.
We suggest that the correspond
ents of The Chronicle could add
more interest to their letters by in
jecting more neighborhood hap
penings and events and less of the
visiting where the visit does not
extend beyond the community in
which they reside. Lets try it.
Whitleyville, January 17.
KEOM LIBEKlf. -
Regular correspondence.
Aunt Nancy Heggie is in very
feeble health.
C. C. Vick accidentally cut his
foot last Saturday.
Elmer Vick, the tombstone agent,
has gone to Houston County.
Lon Pafford has moved to the
L. B. Vick place on Greenbrier.
A. W. Presson left last Sunday
to travel for a St. Louis grocery
company.
Although the roads were very
muddy, a good crowd turned out to
church Sunday.
New literature has been ordered,
and the Sunday school will be re
organized next Sunday.
A little funds are needed to com
plete the cistern at the church. A
covering for the cistern, also rope
and a bucket are needed. If you
have not already done so, your aid
and assistance will be appreciated.
We like volunteers.
Liberty, January 17.
' "' ' 11 i.
FROM FAXON.
Special correspondence.
Mrs. Harris Wheatley is very ill
of fever.
Mrs. B. F. Akers is visiting rela
tives at Big Sandy.
D. J. Cooper, a Big Sandy mer
chant, was here Tuesday.
J. B. Alsnp and wife have been
uery sick with pneumonia, but are
better.
The little child of Joe Pickler is
recovering from an attack of pneu
monia. Mr. Gross, of East Tennessee, is
here prospecting with the view of
locating in our midst.
John Hussey,"of Erin, who has
been here on an extended hunt, re
turned home yesterday.
Mrs. Roena Pierce and Samuel
Brown, of Big Sandy, are visiting
the family of J, B. Alsup.,
Hinders
CAMDEN, TENN.
Mrs. William Torulin aud daugh
ter, Miss Blanche, have returned
from a visit at Porter's Switch.
Elmer Vick gave a graphophone
entertainment here Tuesday even
ing, which was a source of amuse
ment. Despite the weather it was
well attended. -
Faxon, January 17.
FROM MIDDLEIiKOOK.
Regular correspondence.
Mrs. Catherine Kee, of Townes,
visited here last week.
Alvin Jordan, jr., will move to
the W. M. Cowell farm.
. Rev. W. S. Brewer will preach
at Cross Roads next Sunday.
Rice Kee was thrown by a mule
one day last week. His injuries are
not serious.
We all enjoy the letters from the
soldier boys when published in The
Chronicle.
We like the report of S. A. Byrn,
school director of the sixth district,
published last week.
It is reported that one of D, J.
Allen's mares was killed by a train
near the depot Saturday night.
Holloway Kee had three horses
to die a few days ago. He has lost
four horses in the last two months.
MlDDLEBROOK, Jauuary 17.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISING.
PSAdvertisemeius inserted under this head
at 3 cents per line each Insertion.
WANTED-Reliablo man In this vicinity to
open a small otlice and handle my goods.
Position permanent and pood pay. If your rec
ord Is O.K. here is an opening for you. Kindly
mention this paper when writing.
- A. T. MORRIS, Cincinnati, O.
WANTED Several trustworthy persons in
this Slate to manege our business in their
own and nearby counties. It is mainly oflice work
conducted at home. Salary straight $!)C0 a year
and expenses dellntte, bouaflde,no more, no' less
salary. Monthly $75. References. Knclose self
addressed stampud envelope, Herbert E, Hess,
President, Department M. Chicago.
MAGISTRATE'S WAUKANTS, Executions,
and State Warrants for sale at Tji e Chrok
iclk ollice. Other blanks printed to order.
WANTED Agent for "History of the Spanish-American
War," by lleiiry Watierson.
A complete, authentic history) illustrated with
overTG full-page half-tones and many richly col
ored pictures. Large royal octavo volume, su
perb oul fir, postpaid for only 50 cents (stamps
taken). Most liberal terms. The greatest oppor
tunity of the yer. Address, TUB WKKNER
COMPANY, Akron, Ohio.
OUK job printing facilities are first-class, and
our specialty is good work. Iisti mates (and
samples where possible) will he furnished on Hp
plication. Address Thk Cun.oirt e, Camden.
Tenn.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Trains pass Cainden on the Nashville, Chatta
nooga and lit. Louis Kailroad as follows:
TXiAINS EAST.
No. 3, mail. ...CMpm
No. 1, express, fi.35 am
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TKAINS WJKST.
No. 4, mail 9.fa am
No. f2, expresa.flO am
No. 2, " 9.M pra
udebaker fagons.
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FROM KGGV1LLK,
Regular correspondence
David Watson is confined to his
room with the grip.
Miss Florence Nance is visiting
with friends at Goldenia.
Horace Watson was here Satur
day. Call again, old boy.
We are glad to learn that Mrs.
I. S. Smith is improving.
Needham Presson visited with
relatives at Camden Sunday.
Miss Cuuji Madrey visited Miss
Emma Broughton Saturday.
Albert McKelvey opened a sub
scription school at Cedar Grove last
Monday.
L. A. Wyatt and wife, of Gar
field, were guests of the family of
Thomas Broughton Sunday. '
EGGVILLE, January 17.
Q HcGEE'S G
25c CHILL CURE
KNOCKS OUT
CHILLS AND FEVER.
PlfMmt to take
Contains no polwn. OnaraoU4
to core or mouey-reluuded,
LAEOB SIZE BOTTLK.
Sold by J. G. PRESSON, Camdon, Tenn.
Good Investment
FOR HOME PEOPLE.
A few calves and pigs make a good
investment generally, bnt not if you are
always on the move. Why not buy you
a neat little home, locate yourself per
manently, and know what you are doing?
I have recenlly been placed in posi
tion to subdivide and sell at rearonable
prices the noted farm of B. F. JBrevard,
on Morgan's Creek.
This land is level and rich; locality
unequaled; water the very best; i mile
from Nicholtown, 1$ mile from Tennes
see River and the same from Sugar Tree.
Churches and schools all arouud.
This is the first and the last time the
smalllaud buyer and home seeker will
bave an opportunity to purehnse just the
number of acres he wants off of such a
farm as this.
This land is on the market for a short
time, and if you want to make a good
investment, make your wife happy and
your children contented, see me at once
at Sugar Tree, Tenn.
E. II. DANIEL.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND.
By virtue of a venditioni exponas in my
hands, issued by L R. Watson, clerk of
the Circuit Court of Benton County, Ten
nessee, I will on
Monday, the 6th Day of February,
1899,
expose to public sale to the highest bid
der, for cur-h, at. the court house door in
Cnmden, Tennessee, the following de
scribed tract or parcel of land Ivin ami
beinjr in the seventh civil district of said
county, and bounded as follows, to-wit:
On the west by Nobles, south by Jones,
east by Greer and isorth by McAuby.
Said land was condemned ami ordered to
be sold by the Circuit Court of saidcoun
ty at the December term. 1898, to satisfy
a judgment in favor of J. F. Dowdy and
against Ed Brewer for the sum of $42.&
and all costs.
This January 10, 189;t.
K. E. FRY,
Sheriff.
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STRAYED.
A horned bull, 2-yeara-old .last fall;
color is a light red or yellow aud white;
it is marked with crop in each ear and a
fcplit in right ear. The bull has bean
etroyed about three months, and ! will
pay a reasonable reward for its recovery.
P. A. Beidges,
Eli, Tenn.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND.
By virtue of a venditioni exponas in my
hands, issued by L. R. Watson, clerk of
the Circuit Court of Benton County, Ten
nessee, I will on
Monday, the 6th Day of February,
1899, '-J
expose to public sale to the highest bid-
der, for cash, at the court-house door in
Camden, Tennessee, the following de
scribed tract or parcel of land lying and
being in the ninth Civil district of the said
county, and bounded as follows,' towit:
On the we3t by Beaton, south by Beaton
and east by Van Hues. Said land was
condemned and ordered td be sold by the
Circuit Court of said county at the De
cember term, 1898, to satisfy a judgment S
.in favor of J. F. Dowdy and against W.
J . Beaton and I lerdus Beaton for the sum
of $39.60 and all costs.
This January. 10, 1899.
:E. E.iFRY,
18 6 'Sheriff.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
Tract No. 1 Farm in the fifth civil
district of Benton County, containing 48
acres, situated one and a half .mile from
Camden, known as the L. A. Newsom
place. There are 20 acres of tillable land,
and the improvements consist of a good
fra me dwelling, tobacco barn, and other
out buildings. A valuable; place. for a
person who wishes a good home conven
ient to town.
Thact No. 2--Scven hundred acres al
luvial river bottom land, situated six
miles from Johnsonville, and twelve
miles from Camden, and known as the
A. J . Farmer place. There are 400 acres
under fence and contains valuable timber,
which alone would sell for a sufficient
amount to pay for the price of the land.
Pricks Rkahonaels and Terms to Ssrr
Forciiasrr.
Apply to the Farmers' Building fc Loan
Association, Nashville, Tenn.
NON-RESIDENT NOTICE.
A. C. McRae administrator of A. C. Pres
son, deceased vs Mrs. N. J. Bridges et
als In the County. Court of Benton
County, Tenn.
In this cause it appears from affidavit
that the defendants, C. C Presson and I.
N. IVeaaii, me .ion-residents of the State
eo that the ordinary process of this court
can not be served npon t hem . It is there
fore ordered by me, G. II: (ireer, r.lerk of
said court, that the said defendants, C. C.
Presson aud I. N. Presson, enter their ap
pearance in this cHUseon or before the 1st
Monday in February, 1S99, and plead, an
swer or demur to hill filed herein (in and
by which complainant seeks a sale of the
lands of which A. O. Presson did, seized
and possessed to pay debts against hia es
tate) or the allegations in said bill will be
taken for confessed as to them, and the
cause set for hearing ex pai to as to tbeni
and that this order he published for four
consecutive weeks in 1 ugCAWDicn ( iison
iclk, a newspaper published in the- town
of Camden. 'iVnn.
This the SCtli day of December, 198
U. 15. GRI'KR,
S. L. Pkkler, Clerk.
Solicitor for complair.aiit. IS -5 ,
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