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! 1 r - - x r ri . 1 Mi M - ' 1 1 i ' i : i ( , , ' ' . ' M 1 1 f, f ! t i " I i n m . - i h u ! i u n ! h ?( ) M f I U U kJ 4 Li u.i La U ."Sk-Tv "V iv !V -fc.-. Hi J 111 4' i i .1; V s 1 nin juBt oponiiu; my JIanlwaro and everything pi in n oiHral mere hfuiilu.o store. J. al.no carry a full lino of Codhui, and will A can lmy for nay where. Jubt rteuived a nico lino of Ladies Capes that nro tfoin cheap. Good Calico 4 to 5c Cotton Checks round thread 4 to 5c 7 Balls of Thread ........5o Ladies Capes 75c to $8.50 Sugar, Coffee, Bacon, usually kQpt in tlio Grocery line 1 will sell cheap. Don t HIGHEST CHICAGO, MARKET PRICKS PAID KOI?. COUNTRY PRODUCE. I cordially invito you, one and all, come and examine our line of goods before buying elsewhere, as I assure you 'twill be a pleasure to us to bhow and price yon any ar m tho lipuso whether you buy or not. Thanking you who havo traded so liberally with us t?inc we have been here, and trusting to meet with you one and all, and that you not only becomo friends, but customers of oura, assuring you I will always strive to make it profitable to you, I beg to remain, yours anxious to servo, THE CHRONICLE; A COUNTV KKW 8 J' A 1 K It . TUBL13 JKD WKEKLT AT CAMDEN, TeSN. ENTERED AT CAMOEN AS SECONO-Ot.,8SMAIUATTER The subttcription price of TnK Chronioi.k Is BO t'PiitH per year; 25 cents for six months, which positively must be paid in advance. All subscrip tions will be promptly stopped at expiratiou of tiuio paid for. Obituary and similar notices will becharged for at the rate of 3 cents per line. We will furnish rates for display and local advertisiUK on applica tion. N ews eoimn un ieation s an d articles on quest ion s of public interest are solicited, but we assume no responsibility for t he expressions contained in all mien communications and articles nublished. Remittances can be made in various ways that are perfectly sate, but all remittances sent are at risk of the Render. All remittances and business communications 3bould be sent to THE CHKONICLK, (amdeu, T(.nn. EIUJAY,; NOVEMBER 17,1891). The gold Democrats now realize that they wore a little previous in launching the Carmack boom. According -to the time honored custom Governor McMillin has set apart Thursday, November 30, as Thanksgiving Day. , The Decatur Herald says "We want to welcome the return of our soldier boys from the Philippine Islands, not for the patriotism they havs displayed- im prosecuting an unholy war, but because they have quit the job." TitE Savannah Courier thinks it probable that Arch McDougal will be a candidate for State Senator in this district We know of another "Arch," who, by the way, should he decide to enter the race, is going to b mighty hard to beat . Admiral George Dewey's ideal of a statesman is Grover Cleveland. His best friend and personal coun sel is ex-Secretary Herbert His bride is the sister of an Ohio Dem ocrat. And yet some folks say that Dewey is a dyed-in-the-wool Ver mont Republican. Birmingham (Ala.) News. Mr. Bryan says that President McKinley's assertion that the Phil ippine archipelago came to us, not of punchoosing, but by the hand of God,' reminded him of a negro who prayed for poultry. " When I ask de Lawd to Ben' me a chicken I didn't it him, but when I ask him to sen' me to de chicken I got him every time." An exchange thinks that maybe Carmack ia playing politics from the standpoint of economy. It re quires plenty of money for & candi date for Congress to get before the people, but it is different when a man aspires to the Senate. Then the newspapers whoopi'em up free gratis,' and his principle item of es-pcr.3e-is inr maintaining headquar ters at the Maxwell, with plenty x free whisky and free cigars for 1'ie Tumbled solons. New ttt.xk of Fall Goods, cotuiftin;; of a Full and Complete line of TO SHOW YOU THAT Shoes from 35c. to $1,25 Double Front Overalls. . .40 to 50c Lastest Fad in Shirta 40c to $1 Good Work Shirts 25 to 60c Lard, Ueans, TeaH, Pickles, Hominy, O N s&nnr-Ji tszia ml-a FROM CIG SANDY. Regular correspondence. The littlo'daughter of Alvin Pres son is very sick. Bascombe Bobbins has returned from Cincinnati. J. M. Goodin, of Henry, is visit ing relatives here. Rev. W. A. Watts has gone to Brownsville, to attend annual con ference. W. P. Caraway has gone back to work on the Louisville and Nash ville Railroad. Professor Wilson's mother is as sisting him in his school, in the ab sence of Brother Watts. The First Tennessee Regiment has at last arrived at San Francisco. The question now arises,, what are we going to do for the boys? Ale we going to give them a reception of any kind? If so, it is time, we were going about it. Miss Maggie Pierce and Ed Lind sey were married Thursday evening of last week at the residence of Dr. Cunningham. The wedding came rather as a surprise to the friends of the young people. We extend congratulations and wish them a happy life. Big Sandy, November 15.' FROM SMITH'S COLLEGE. Regular correspondence S. A. Byrn was at Big Sandy this week laying brick. Master Herbert Byrn took in the capitol of Henry County Saturday James Lockhart is making sub stantial improvements on his homo place. f Walter Lashlee, who has been down with fever some time,' is no better, and fears are entertained for his recovery. Harvey Black died on last week and' the interment was at the old Bushings Chapel Cemetery. He leaves a wife and three children to whom we extend sympathy. , . Smith's College, November 14 FliOM GREENBRIEIt. . Regular correspondence. Nearly all the corn crop has been safely housed in this locality. I. N. Baker, of Harker, Ky., was called here last week by the death of his mother. The old Lockhart mills are once more in operation, under the man agement of Willie Nunnery, better known as Dorris. Every Saturday is grinding day. It is with much sadness that we chronicle the death of Mrs. Aman da Lockhart, who departed this life last Friday, at the ripe old age of 70 years. She had been married twice, her first husband was Joe Baker, and then after a widowhood of -several years eke was married to S. M. Lockhart, whom she survived nbnt six years. . Aunt Manda, as A I MEAN BUSINESS. I QUOTE Hope Domestic 7c Heavy Yard Wide Brown Domestic, only 5c. A Good $1.25 Hat only.75c Potatoes, Peper, Spicen, Meal, Flour, New Sorghum, Sugar-hom; Molaien, and everything fail to conio and pneo my goodw before buying elsewhere. Courso Salt j IH t M O' )HO KM HOLLOW ROCK, TEN NEE she was called, was well known and beloved by all; she was a true chris tian, a devoted mother, and she leaves four children, all of whom are married. Her eldest son, I. N. Baker, resides at Hardin, Ky. A daughter lives in Texas, and a son and daughter reside in this county. The remains were laid to rest at Ba- j ker's Chapel Cemetery on Saturday afternoon. She will be sadlv miss ed in this community, where her death has cast a deep gloom. Rev. Warner Moore, jr., preach ed good sermons here Sunday af- -ernoon and evening, this being his ast appointment at this place. He is an excellent minister and a good man, and if we must give him up the prayers and good wishes of the people of this community will foL- ow him wherever he may go. Greendrier, November 11 Now is the time to get rid of your old aching teeth. Dr. Reynolds, the dentist, fits mouths where other dentists have failed. The CnuoNiCLE will be mailed to any address for 50 cents a year, payable in advance. Subscribers will please promptly notify us of any irregularity in the delivery of their papers. Mrs. Harriet Farmer now has charge of the hotel property of H F. Stigall, on the north side of the square, and desires her friends and the public to know that she is more conveniently located andbetterpre pared to furnish meals and lodging Good beds, good table, quiet yooms and prompt attention. Travelin men and those having business in town can economize time and save money by stopping with Mrs. Far mer. Charges reasonable. Specia rates to those who desire board by the week or month. YOU ARE A DEMOCRAT ano, or course, want a oenmcratie newspaper J lie imicafto iMspatcii is tno great oemocrati weekly newspaper ol tne country. It advocate the readoption of the Chicago platform and the renomination ol William Jennmus lirvan. There has never been a political campaign that will equal In importance that of the one to be fought next year. The Republican party, backed by the money power 01 this country ami liiirone is alert and aggressive. Flushed with the victo ry of three years ago it will seek by every mean lu its power to maintain its supremacy. Democrats must be up and doing. They must wwre an unceasing war upon their enemies. 1 no better and more effective way can t his be don than by the circulation of good sound Democratic newspapers. The publisher of the Chicago Dis patch will send, a copy of the Cliicao Dispatch from now until January 1, 1HW, for 50 cents. I you are not already taking this great political weekly, send in your subscript ion at once. You should not only do this yourself, but you should induce your friends to join you. By a little effort yoit can easily raise a club of ten or twenty sub- scrmers. An extracopv lor chid oi ten. The Chicago Dispatch is endorsed bv William Jennings Bryan and other Democratic leaders. Address Til K ClIICACO DISI'AICII, VSS and 1112 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, 111 RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Trains pans Camden on the Nashville, Uiatta nuoga and St. Louis lUilroad as follows: TRAINS EAST. To.3, mail. ...".,")(! pin No. 1, express, S.STiain No. w " 2.(W am TRAINS WKST. No. 4, mail P.W am No. 'y.!, express 2 50 am No. 2, " 9.53 pm fVR jb printing Taril itics are first-elass. mid J our sfH'dialty i.; oml work. KMiinates (and Rumples v.here possible) will ho furnished on a;- 5 ligation. -Address- Tun ChiioM' I.k, t';nnden, enn. Dry (imnh, Notion, Moots, SIhm k, sell you r.ny tiling in YOU A FEW PRICES: Nice line ot Woolen Dresi Goods to sell at leis Hun wholesale prices. 10 4 Bleached Sheeting 18c Ready Made Skirts .G5 to 90c SEEE. TO Cl'ICE LA UH1VVK IN TWO DAYS Take Laxative Ihomo Qmnino Tablets. All dnurgi.-its relnnil tU money if it fails to cure. E. V. G row's nignatura on every box, 25 cents. WANTlil). to cut I million fe Haw-mill to cut million feet lumber by the thousand; p:iv every two wcuka. Apply to J. W. HALEY, . 19 2iitf' Lilbiu-n, Tenn. FARM FOR SALE. A valuable farm. 267 J acres; mutable for farming and stock raising; location convenient ;toims reasonable; title O. K. Apply to I. N. BKIDGES. 18-23 Cm. Camden, Tenn. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. John M. Cuff efc als. vs. Thurman Cuff ft uls. In tlio County Court of Beu- tou County, Tennessee. In this cause it appears from tlLO alle gations in complainants' bill, which is sworn tot that the-defendants. Ilattie jlanchai'd, William JUatichard, Charley Cuff and David Cuff are non-residents of the State of Tennessee so that the or dinary process of law can not be served upon them. It is therefore ordered bv me, G. B. Greer, elerk of said court, that said de- endants, Ilattio Blanchard, William Jlanchard, Charley Cuff and David Cuff enter their appearance in this cause on or before -the second Monday in Decem ber, next, and plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill (in which they seek to sell the lands of which B. H..Cnff died, seized and possessed of, for parti tion) or the bill will be taken- fcr con fessed aa to them and the cause set for iearin;ex parte, as to them, and that this order be published for four consec utive weeks in IiieCamdfx Cukoniclk, a newspaper published at, Camden, Tenn. '11ns the 7th day of November, lHU'J. G. B. GliEER, . Clerk. J. M. L'asiilsr and S. L. Peeler, 19-22 . Solicitors for complainants. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. E. J. Nunnery vs. George Nunnery et als. In Chancery- Court at Camden. In tin's cause it duly appearing from the records in the cause that the defend ant, Mvrum Nunnery, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee and a resident of the State of Missouri, so that the or dinary process can not be served upon him:- It ia therefore ordered that said defendant enter his appearance herein before the clerk and master of tin's court on or before the first Monday in Janua ry, 1P0O, and make deft-no to said bill or the-same will be taken for confessed as to him -and set for heaving ex parte, and that a copy' of this order be publish ed for four consecutive weks in Tee Camdev CimosicxE. . This November U, 189!) ' I). G. HUDSON, J. G. lloBINS,-' Clerk and Master. Solicitor for complainants. 19-2;) and SfAt-e 7arratits for sale at. iiikChho.n- ici.k office; Other blanks print-M to ordor: Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac Anyone sendlni? a oketeh and description may qnt'kly ssnertnin rrnr opinion free whether mi i invention is probably patentable ComnTunioa. tiontrict!yeontldentiHl. Handbook on Patents-' sent free. Oldest nnuncy for seourinc patents. Patents taken through Munu & to. receive lrUU notice, without cliarye, In the ScUnlific Jlsiuricai). A handsomely Illnstrated weekly. Inrepst err eolation of any ncientitio Journal. Terms. :t a yeir: four months. L Sold by all newsdnler. i,IIKH Co.ss,Broadftew Ycrk Branch om. 6 F SU asliisioo, D. C- 4 50 YEARS' V EXPERIENCE f ri. fl in TTTrr-' fnl--ti-T-iJ Hntn, Cn;s, (Wi-ru-a, ? my line as tho-jp nn yon A Good Wool Suit of Clothes ... t't Little Suit $1 and up Overcoats .$3 to $12 Good Jeans Pants 50c only irl.OO per barrel. ( tide will .si Q wake & U .:;:-.4Cu miiL hlut KNOCKS OUT CHILLS AND FEVER. F!casn to ta. ConUlm no p,Muu. .urnto4 ', in flurft or mnpr rtuml d LABGU EIZE BOTTLB, Sold hy .(:. rlH sON,,Cnimleii,.Tn. rnp r"H niw WOMEN used to think "fe male diseases " could only bs treated after "lo c a 1 examina tions" by physi cians. . Dread of such treatment: kept thousands of ' modest women silent about their suffering. The in troduction, of' Wine of Cardul has now demon-- , strated that nine-tenths of all the : cases- of menstrual disorders do not require a physician's attention ; at all. . The simple, pure taken in the privacy of a woman's . , own home Insures quick relief and ; speedy cure. Women-need not , ! hesitate now. Wine of Cardui re-- quires no humiliating examina--, tions for its adoption. It cures any" disease that come3 under the head .' , of "femaje troubles" disordered menses, falling of the womb, "whites," change of life. It makes- vomen beautiful by making them well. It keeps them young by keeping them healthy, $1.00 at the drug store. Forwdvlce In casas requiring- special ' directions, address, g-ivin? symptoms, the " Ladies' Advisory Department," Tha Chattanooga Medicina Co., Chatta- -nooea. Tenn. W. I. ADDISON, M.D., Cary, Miss., says: "I use Wine of Cardul extensively In my practice and And It a most excellent preparation Tor female troubles." iV trazei irease.- Mi sTVAi 15 SrM 'Hyia - V i AS jomv m HE-J 4 Mot sfrcted! by Heat or Cold. highest Awards &t Centennial,. Paris and World's Felr. Factories: Chcbo, SL Louia, Hew York 1 t - ------ v -- J WNkJ hps. .iHw!.3fU l (if ,;, t ( Iff? pippTIOLBRBUff.