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A HUM) M VVMi'U- . ' UMH n Vi:naY a' C.iui.i-N., 'J'i nn !C : AT CAMD! N A3 1.1 ZQHt) C t AS.SMAII MA TU i. :;til .i-i tpt ..Mi tleiof 1 H( iikini I k N ' ' " V'r; '-'jrellls o MIX lll.Milln, M civ iiiiiM lie I ..u.l iii mlvHin'c. All snlisc!. i vniII ' uii.iij.!'y hiiM,ii-.ut mpii.tiiun oi lllllll III), diary aii'l similar not ici vlll In- t li;i I .tl for " lad' of :i t ent, )., r tin. .. Wy nvi.I tumuli itoi'i.btplay Hiil leual fulvei Ukihk n ui'plle.i- WSI'OlilllJIIJiliUlliiullinl.l Ml lloleflnlll.-,tliillS lllllC illli lCMt Ulf WlllClll ll.lllll NNH HillllC no , iilisilulily tnr tliei'xiM'CHiliuis cuiilMtiieil in all linlilllciiliniiH mid III I ides mi1ikIici. HllM:iTirt'H can ln ni.ule In vai ion nviiv.s that m-rffcliy nnU; Iml ull lemlltme. mm art: at oHIlc ise.liilcr. :l rcmillHiiccn mnt bnxlntis cnitmintileiitioiis - iii in? wnt to , 'i 1 1 j-: ni;iM i.i:, amilcii, 'ictin. ."'lllDAYj AUGUST 25, 18'JJ. It is saul that President McKin y will not attend tho New Yoik ception pf Admiral Dewey. Must -I infer from this that William of : m ton is afraid to test his popu rity with tho hero of Manila Pay? It is an -old saying that tho only bsolute certainties in this world .to death and taxation. J udszincr 'rorn the estimates of tho Secretary j A tho Treasury for the revenues Mid expenditures of the Govern- nentior the year 1899 and 1900, it ookfi as though the Administration ntemls to tax the people to death.. Wit.ii tho Democratic party di- ;ided on silver, the llepublicans split on expansion, -and tho Pop-a. ists disagreeing about fusion, tho campaign next year-promises to bo somewhat mixed. Under the cir cumstances -tho . political, orators will have a time of it trying to pleaao all shades . of, opinion. Jackson Whig., The threatened revolt of anti imperialist llepublicans is causing alarm -in.-, administration circles Somo of .the ablest men in tho Re publican party, notably Speaker Heed, Senators Edmunds, Sherman, Hear.anl many other able apostles and exponents of-the Republican faith, are strongly, opposed to the President's Philippine policy,, and the news from .Washington that they will call a convention and put a separate-ticket in the field, has sent consternation into the ranks of. tho Ilauna crowd. Should this aiovement materialize, which ia very. probable, unless the President changes his policy, is is formida bla enough to result in the election of. the , Democratic national ticket next year. - Tammany's shrewd chief, -Rich ard Croker, knows a . thing or two about politics, and he. has recently expressed some very positive opin ions-,- For instance, he says that Bryan is one of the greatest men America has ever produced; that no other, American has ever been so near the plain people, and they trust him absolutely. As to the position of the Republicans he says: " President McKinley has turned the war in i the , Philippines into a scheme which he hopes will result in his return to office. The strug gle is being prolonged for no other purpose. Million after million is being poured out in this McKinley tt7'u u , s-.--:; body wno lias eyes to reaa wim must know that no serious effort has yet been made to bring the war to n close. "It is almost beyond belief that a President of the Unites States should be willing to destroy thous ftiids of' lives and thousands of . .. -r.-vv i ii nomes ana put tu.x iiip.uoa j wi siaugmer u, i,--- omce ot- nimseu anu menus; out, horrible a3 is such a thought, the facts speak for themselves, "The people who are being taxed to pay the cost of this infamous slaughter have- discovered the plan no',7,'and will rebuke the shameless plotters by giving the country to the Democracy for government. "To win werausthaveaplattorm 1 ... hat?ill declare ngainst trusts a; d FtiOM CIO SANDY. l!i';:ul:ir eoue,Miie!ehe . W, Cantwuy in on tlio nick list this week. Hcvcriil from licro ntlemlccl tlio brim dnnni id Faxon S.'ihmlay. P.Iin.i Sallin AWLlon, of Turin, 4 visiting friend. Ihto this week. D. M. Nobles, of Paris, mine up Sunday on h visit to Ihn parents. Miss Mary Floyd, 11. A. (loodin and II. A. Caraway attended divine nervicoH at Mnnlyvillo Sunday. The Presbyterian Church in bo iiltf ceiled. When completed it will be a very handsome edifice. Uncle David Denton died at his homo several miles south of hero on Saturday tho 19th. "Uncle" David was a good citizen, and ho will bo greatly missed from his community. The firm of Luck it Akers has beenlissolved by mutual consent. Tho members of tho late firm will continue in business, Mr. Akers moving to the store houso-of D. M. Nobles, south of tho railroad, and Mr. Luck conthminir in the Nicli- 0I3 building. Big Sandy, August 22 FROM FAXON. Regular correspondence!. Section Foreman W'. JJ Prown is on tho sick list Mrs. W. D.-Wheatley,,of Paris, is visiting in this community The Christian protracted .meet ing is in progress at Rock' Valley Sheriff E. E. Fry was shaking hands with friends here yesterday. O. R. Allen, of Murphysborough, 111., is visiting relatives on Crooked Creek. Capt. John II.' Wyly, who has been boat building at llockport, is at home again. Justice II. L. Lindsey, who has had a severe attack of billions fe ver, is able to bo out again.. Mrs. Kate Glenn and children, of Louisville, Ky., are visiting friends and relatives in this community. . W. F. Bullard is at Springville. That locality seems to be unusually attractive for our esteemed fellow townsman. Faxon, August 23.' FKOM MOUNT BIOKIAn. Special correspondence! . The . army worm is doing some damage to crops in this locality.. Jones Brown aud family have gone to Perry County to visit rela tives. The protracted Sneeting now. in progress at Chalk Level is accom. plishing great good.. Mrs. Mattie Hudson and Miss Clara Hudson were pleasant callers at school yesterday afternoon. Bud Johnson and D. Smith were candidates for matrimony this week. You might also add the name of J. B. Anderson to' the ticket. V..C. Nunnery made a-.hurried trip to Carroll County Sunday, and was accompanied home by Miss Lena Wyatt, a charming young lady residing near Hollow Rock. Little Asa Swindle and Sidney Walker were arrested by an officer last night. The boys are charged takinf, a five dollar bill that ,., , , , , They will be given a hearing before Justice A. V. Hardin this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mount MoiUAH, August 23. . FKOM LIBERTY. Regular correspondence. Mrg Lmie nudson hag gono to Hustburg to visit relatives. F. M. Greer and Tom Elmoro went to Big Sandy this morning, Miss Fannio Beasley, of Mans fiold, is spending the week in this community. After a stay of twelve months in Texas, R. G. Lawrence has return ed and is contented to remain in liirn ji oki xennessee ior ine present. The sick list includes Dr. Flor and Finis I'luit nee and ('liar Clayton. All are belter, wo ley are glad to report. A. N. PreHson will begin a ring ing .school at Uashing'rt Chapel next Saturday. The protracted meeting is now m progress hero, i here is a large attendance, and fairly good inter est is manifested. The valuable help from Postoak, Flat woods and other points is highly appreciated. Liiieuty, August 22. peclul cone? i.oiiilciii'c Wo are btill needing rain in this locality. Rolla AValson mado a flying trip to Illinois last week. W. D. Ellis aud family are visit ing relatives near Paris. Miss Florence Nance, of Zach, visited homefolks Sunday. Master Thomas Harper is some what indisposed this week. Tho protracted meeting is still in progress at Old Prospoct. Mrs. Emily Stromans, of Makan- da, 111., is visiting old friends here. Dorsey Rushing, of liristow, was shaking hands with old friends hero Saturday and Sunday. Thebaptizing at Harper's Bridge last Sunday was attended by about five hundred people. There were 17 immersions.' Death saddened our community last Thursday afternoon by taking for n victim Ivie, the little child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Galbreath. In these sad bereavements words offer-no consolation, but doubtless God needed another angel. Ecgville, August 22. Take as good cp.re of tho human ma-1 cluhery a.s you do of vour bicvclo. A I medicine that puts liver and kidneys in right vorking order and keeps your icaltli good is Dr. Cirauger a Liver lioer- ulator. bold by Uruc;e:istH. in memory Off Moses PETTYJOHN. Moses rettviolin (tied June '.'8. ISO!). It Nvas so id for one so yonnir and with hriulit nrosoects of life before him to have to die, yet it was con soling to witness sueli a death bed as his such bright eyes, such 'great hopes of Heaven',' He called all his friends to him and then bade them irootl by. lie first snoke to his brother and said : "doou by, Mike; be a good boy, and meet nie in iieaven. ne eaiieu ior ins mother, and then his father, and all his friends, and to them he said '(ioodby; meet me in Heaven" as long as he could, and when he could not speak be would point up Nvith Ins dying hands toward Heaven. Alter he could not speak above a faint whisper, he motioned to Airs. Hettie Kvans to eoine to nun and told her to "tell Mr. Will Henry to ne a goon man and meet linn in Heaven, and te!! Charlie to be a "ood eirl and meet him t here." Unele Tom l'allord came in while he was biding bis friends good by, and he said: "Uncle Tom, 1 am so glad." Undo Tom replied : "Moses, ean you put your hand In mine and say 'I know (tod win save niev " Aim no said ";o, uncle Tom. can't say that, but I can say 1 bclievo-tliat Clod will save mo.'-' Oh. l wisli every person could have witnessed his death bed. Mother and lather, don't Brieve for your son; just think that vour loss is his eternal gain. And brothers and sister, remember how vour brother wanted you all to meet him in Heaven, and will you all sometime ask (Jod to help you to nve launiui ami meet mm wnere parting is no more? Eliza Cokhitt. HcGEE'S 25c CHILL CURE KNOCKS OUT CHILLS AND FEVER. Pltuant to tste. ConUIni do poison. Guaranteed to oare or money refDuded. LAKGH BIZE BOTTLE. Sold by J.' G. PKESSON, Camden, Toun. T ti e Last Varning. To-day ia the day. To-morrow your loved onearaay sleep silently amene the tombs. Why do yon put it off, Iniowiug theso facts Have you loved ones with no trace of their features? Whose fault is it? Again, look into your own and your neighbor's album and see how many tading, dirtv, yellow pictures that are precious because they are gone, and nothing else is left to remind you ot the happy bygone days! Stop and think Brown s Dead Iinish . 1 holograph n are not like a summer snow that melts with the first rays of a summer sun, and thev are so cheap! They cost from $1 to $2 less than others charge for the same kind -of work. Gloss work will be made, too, when requested, as many are not willing to pay for the best work. This work as cheap! cheap! cheap! , We want your produce, such as meal, shelled corn, wheat or flour, bacon, lard, chickens, feathers, potatoes, cabbage, etc. loung ladies, bring us quilts. "ion have no exenae lor not having pictures that are good and guaranteed. Photos made on buttons. Now do uot wait, or you may get left. . . HeniemlxT, I will leavo soon and go to fields that will pov better. Teachers shonld have their school group made. Come at once, and pay half when the sitting is liKwie. Piesppetfully, 15. F. UROWX. mmm Camdo:?, Ten a. FRY DRU(i ripifcifppi -A h i. i. Toilet IrlicIesjEFfiioeru, jj'p Mf I Eait Sido Public Square, CAMDEN, TENN Everything is New, Pure j Fresh. F'nESCRiPTioNS Accurately Compounded at All Hours Day and Night. or senxon. seminary.. OPENS FOR TERM OF TEPJ MONTHS SEPTEMBER II,, 1899. Faculty VV. D. Cooper, principal; Miss Cettie Whitfield, assistant; Miss. Ivio Cheek, instrumental music; Guy Hall, vocal music; U. A. Potts, teleg raphy. Course of study practical, comprehensive, and tlioi -one,!', iuciudin English, classics, and runt iieinut ies. Modem and upproved methods of instruction. lleiutliy locality. Hnililirn' largo, comloiiHOlr luiil cohvt -ii h-ji t. j uuiI very. cheap in the best of families. Tor further Camdo, Ti::n. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. L.. At Uuclianan vs. Hr. A. lluclmiif'.u In chancery at Camden, Tenn. In tins cause it nppearnifr from tho bill, which is sworn to, that the defend ant, YY. A. Buchanan, in a non-roside-nt of the State; ho in therefore herebv re quired to appear on or before tho fourth Monday of September, next, before the judge of said court at the court-lionne in ( aniden and make defense to the bill llled f.gainst him iu sail court by L. A. buchanan, otherwise the bill will bo taken for confessed. This August 2:?, 181)9. D O. HUDSON, J. A. Clement, Clerk and Master. Solicitor lOr petitioner. 19-11 NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. M. L.. Holland vs. It. F. Holland Iu chancery court at Camden, Tennessee T 1 1 . f .1 iu tuis cause, id appearing irom.tiia bill, which is sworn to, that the defend ant. Ii. F. Holland, is a non-resident of this State; he is therefore hereby re- nuircd Wannear on or before the. fourth Monday of September, uext. the aaiae beiug tho 25th day of next month, be fore tho chancery court to be held at Camden on said day and make defense to tho bill filed against him by M. E. Holland for divorce, or the bill will be taken for confessed. It is further or dered that this notice be published for four consecutive -weeks iu The Cueoniclk. This August 21, 1899. D. O. HUDSON; L. Peeler, Clerk and Master. Solicitor for complainant. 19-11 SALE NOTICE. Weylor, Atkerland & Oo.et-aId. vs. A C .Mcllae et als. In Chancery Court at Camden. v By virtue of an execution issued by D. Q: Hudson, Clerk and Master cf the Chancery Court at Camden, Tennessee, in the above styled cause, on the 1st day ot May, lb'J'J, 1 will at the court-house door in tho town of Camden, Uenton County, Tennessee, . On the 4th D3y of September, 1899, offer for sale to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described tract of land : Lving and being in the 5th civil district of Uenton County,. Tennessee, and bounded on the north by the lauds belonging to the Thompson heirs ; on the south by the lands of Aden; on the east by the lands cf Capps. and on the west by the lands of- Barker, containing Go acres. The same beino the land upon. which A. C. Mcllae now resides, and which was levied upon lv me us the prop erty of A. ( . MclLae on the Gth dav of June, 1899, to satisfy said execution is sued in the above st vied -cause. Said land will bo sold subject to the homestead rights of the said A, 0. Mcllae This August 2,. 1899." E. e. fey: S. L. PjsELun, Sheriff. Solicitor for complainants. 19-8 FAHSI i'Olt 8AIA1. A valuable favm,-2G7i acres: suitable for farming and stock raising; location convenient ; terms reasonable ; title O. K. Apply to I. N. BBIDGES, 18-25-Gm. Camden, Tenn. e G Mfg'4 COMPANY. a tw,i t"z rw jr. r 3M U fnvU 3 1 i.iNi: or- Soaps S DruoQisls Sooiri informal i. u adore."- w. i). coorj-.K, I'liiicipal., RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Trains ;iss Cainclcn on tin" Nashville, ( liatta-. ;uura aii'l l.nuis liailroail as (olliiw.; TliAINf l'..S !-, No. a, mail. ut No. 1, exprt'ss, rj.:i.. am No. n.! " 2 .os am 1UA1.NS NV KhT. . No. 4. mail 9 . r.;t am No. rj, oxressU.W) am , NiK 2, " '.t.KilHU -, NOTICE.. On Monday, lire 4th day of September, , 18!)'J. i will nioet ed t sell to the highest. j bidder nil delir.ijiii'i.t land, a.desciiption 1 o v.'liirh it.'.i 1 v :-wn on the tax hook in my odiee. I St'cmid district L. S. P.rinkloy heirs, I Mrs. ISradfoul, J, II. Harris, Tluiditas Noi d.CIl. Fifth dislricl Dnne.iii lVttijirew, Den lVikin.s, Klh-ii Lewis, Jack l'etkins, Pam Sitnoiiij, John Sini iiK-f. Kiirhth district Dr. A. ,M. Ilawley.D. F. I lylhuid, Alfred UroNver, and. Jerome irewiT. Ninth district J; W. IJIeatonand G. D.s Ilerndon. Tenth district F. M. Goodin heirs. Twelfth district Gilbert Holland )eira and Alex Wyatt. Thirteenth district William Hensley, . Hv A.,Terrv aud George Watson. I. T. GAMP, Trustee.. Lebanon law ctiooi, LEBANON, TENr4. Ten Thousand Pages of LlviugLaw Keally, r Two Vears eourse Accompllsheil in . ONE YEAR, 'Vitlv Diploma and License. REVIEWED- Aliotlier Year Free of Charge. AUilress N. GREEN, Clianceliori NEXT TERM SEPT. 4, 1899. 10-3-8 St. Louis a Tennessee Rivet PACKET COMPANY. (CITV OK SHKKFIELIX STKAMKls:-U'I TY OK PADUv'AlI. j CITY OK savannah; ONE of these elegant steamers leave St. Lont-; everv Wednesday mid Saturday for all points on the Mississippi Ittver to Cairo, Ohio Kiver to rndiicn.li, and Tennessee Kiver to Klorenee, tak inp: freight and passengers for all points on tha--Ohio to rit tsburh, atnl on the Cumberland .to Nashville. Through bills of lading, prompt serv. iee, and low rates. JOHN E. MASHJENALK,. TralHe Manager. . Wharf-boat fool of Olive street. ST. LOUIS tiV'One of these steamers arrive at .Johnson-.-ville every Tnesilav and Kridnv TlIOS. V. All I.I.Kit-, II. Jb (Jivvnx, i'le .ident. Mauagcn . J1- 50 YEARS' Trade Marks ' i' Designs 'fti Copyrights &c. Anyone sending a gkoteb and description ma? qnlekly ascertain our opinion free whether a -ijirention is probably patentable. Communica,' tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest apency for seouring patents. Patents taken throuKh Munn & Co. receive ' tpeeial notice, without cbnrga, in the Scientific Jltaerlcaiu A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest elr citlivtion of anv scientific Journal. Terms, ti' a . ywir : four months, fU Soli by all newsdealers. f,iUNfUCo.36,Broad New York Branch Office. 625 P Bt.. Washington, D. C sBBmsmtsaaa Year 1 nnmifniiii ;imirrjwMi i mi iiiiiiinma m sbbnld b the happiest of one'tt life, bnt there must be lieallli, whatever the years, tv taake happiness rompletc. IMHEiUVER REGULATOR is the frreat benhh t-i-inrrr. It hasten in r? for 400 years ani:t-fr thf !:Rtivi of Arabia ml l'rvt-t. It is a ;frty vrirct'ili" conpoiii'l (hat rektores liypr ur.-l i'dnrys to hrabli. fTomesontylntlnl-!", sk'-i'H its r,itn:,it r.ii fiaror nii'i stn-ivjcl'j in uiiy ct:iu.i-. w H. ky Dr. Crs'jtr rt(lic'wC., Ch3t!rnoi, Trrn. kdten4isra' jenct), Mrs. Ii. AY Ayrss.Miss l&i ' Fx.ea.sk Hand Me to a Fiuf.ni.