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i i - : : Mi-' tl Ml UJ 7 . i r i r ... , , - i ' j tiiAiil iki! liUii Uil lllLn LIJli Si .1 HEAUQUAHTERS FOR.... Plow and Disc Cultivators Clial.imiooga Chill Flows Good Enough Sulky Plows New Dutch Girl Harrows 4- 174.5 i . ..... . ' i "i' - f "-3 n r-- r V1 l i i 7 rv 7 i j 1 1 nj j;u u i vjvj j j. nvr- Farmers' Friend Corn Planters ALSO THE ELEBRATED STUDEBAKER WAGONS Hardware Queensware Tinware Busies Saddles Bridles ariiess Humes Collars i8Bte flF i$8Pffla8&'8 gl 1 1 . ;V.. : t- ....WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND EVERY KIND OF.... Hoe, Rake and Plow needed on the farmland will make it to your interest to ceitl and et our prices. u -4U CORB1TT, Ga niden, enn. THE CHRONICLE. A COUNT V NEWSPAI'K.H. Tublisiied Weekly at Camden, Tenn ENTERED AT CAMDEN AS gECOND-CLASSMAILMATTER The subscription lu ico of True Chiiomclk is 60 ontts l'cr yrar; LT ct'iits for six months, whiWi tions v. iil liu iroii tly .stopped ut expiration of timi-' palil for. (tbiiiiury and similar notices wili Vieeliarpcd for at tli rah! of 3 tvnts per lino. Wo will furnish r:Uus for display and local advertisiiiK on applica tion. News conimunicat ions and articles on questions li public interest art; solicited, but we assume no rosponsiliilitv fort lie expressions contained in all such communications and articles published. Keinitt'inces can be made in various ways that are perfectly safe, but all remittances sent are at rislc of the sender. All remittances and business onmmunicjitlons should be sent to lilK ClIKOMCLK, Camden, J enn. THE "CONFEDERATE VETERAN." Low Club Kate Given "With The Camden Chronicle. Tlio growth of the Confederate Vet eran, published by S. A. Cnnuingham, nt Nashville, Tenii., i.s remarkable. Its circulation of eighty-four issues, month ly, aggregated to January, 1900. 1,195,- Aii-i nnitina Avnrnrvn tor n JrL .DOO. 180 i, 1(),1."7; 1895, 22,016; 1890,13,411; 1897, 10,175; 1893, 19,100; 1899, 20.1GG. Subseriptions for the Veteran willbe received at this office. It and Tue CnftoxiCLE will bo sent for a year at the club rate tf $1.00. liy application to Tue Curomclk copies of tho Veteran will bo sent to our veteran menus wno are unable to subscribe. BOOK NOTICE. FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1900. Tni? prepnbneljR our best cur rency and tho most convenient of legal tender are to "be contracted as a bank convenience and will not remain as the people's vehicle of exchauge. The banks fiud green backs lnore useful than gold. So they will draw them out not for the market, but a money of accompt and reserves only. Democracy. Candidates for the legislature are announcing themselves all over the State. It seems that this is best. It gives the people an opportunity to study their availability. When flip, mnttfii- is left entirely to con ventions things are so manipulated ihnt Komp.timefi shysters. Dets. etc.. whom the people do not want, are nominated. JLet the people do la miliar with the candidates whom they nominate. Dover Record. During the week of the May Fes tival at Nashville the guest of honor will be Admiral Dewey and his wife who come as guests of the city, and who will be given the position or honor in the flower parade. "When tho reception was being planned, the Retail Merchants' Association, which had the May Festival in prep aration, accepted the invitation to have the parade on the day of the admiral's visit. The two queens of the flower parade will be crowned at the coronation ball by Admiral Dewev. There aro also fireworks, grand music, lairy-liko illumina tions of tho grounds at night, and many other things that will make the week an enjoyable one. A handsome white girl recently ran away with a negro in Chicago an d m ar r i e d h i m . A t th e m m e ti in e she was engaged to a fine young merchant at -"Minneapolis, Minn. Probably the marriage day with her affianced husband wtis postponed too long to suit her amorous dispo sition. For that reason she took a necro. In due timo no doubt .she ,..;ii nrmpiir 'nn the staero as a lec- turess, and will tell what she knows about miscegenation and the civil rights law. She will probably dis cuss the fifteenth amendment at the mme time. If she wants to shine socially she will have to go to New England. Such marriages are en - coin-aged even at our national cap-ilol. Most women with female weakness suf fer dreadfully from piles in addition to their other pains. They may be cured by using; Tabler's Ihickeye Pile Ointment. Price, 50c in bottles, tubes, 75c. okl by all druiririsls. As we travel the oath of life, we always fancy that the other fellow has the best Bide of the road. Nearly every person needs a tonic med ilnn of thiti tiitH of year to brace tin and invigorate the nervous system, to cleanse the bowels, liver aim Kidneys, nernine is the best and safest remedy to do this, as it will cure constipation, regulate tho liver and enrich the blood. Pre, 50c. Sold by all druggists. When a man gets too lazy to fish there is no earthly hope for him. 4 Uriwfn'a Proa iti Wrmifivm nni onlv fif- I? IJIHj 1-7 V Vlllil v . . . v. . J fectually destroys worms, it also increases the appetite, aids assimilation and trans forms a frail infant to one of robust health. Price. 25c. Sold by all druggists. As a rule, when a man suffers from en nui he makes a lot of other people tired. A History of Tennessee. By G. E. Mc Oee, principal of College Street School, Jackson, Tenn. ; teacher of History in reabody State Institute; formerly prin cipal of Peabody lligh School, Trenton, Tenn. Cloth, i2mo. 317 pages. Illus trated. Price, 75 cents. American Book Co., New York, Cincinnati and Chicago. Every child in Tennessee should be familiar with the history of his State, and there is no book now published better fitted for this purpose than this new vnliimn. Tt a ilesicned both as a text- ------- r book on history, and as a supplementary reader for children of the fifth to the seventh grade of our public schools. It furnishes in simple language fasts as they really were, and does not give a false idea of the position of this State in its relation to the Union. Much infor mation is given which is generally un known, not only as to the civil war, but during tho entire history of the State from 1063 to 1900. For instance, we venture to say that few people know that the "Mecklenburg liesouraons on xuay 19 1775. constituted tho first "Declara tion of Independence" in America. Tho book should bo read by tho old as well as by the young. vVVsV WAV" f TO COKE I.A OHIFFK IN TWO DAYS t.ivn r.rnmn Oninino Tablets. All (h-nfcists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. AV. Grove's signature on every box. 25 cents. Ferfect digestion is tho only foundation for perfect health. The food we eat makes all the blood we have, which in turn feeds every nerve, muscle and tissue in tho body 1 1 lerbine quickens t he appetite, aids diges tion, gives tone and vigor to all the func tions and ensures trood health. Price 50c. A CUAKNTKED CUHK FOB PILKS A 11 ,lH..i.k.to Mt-.i nH 1wvi'(wl hvr tlu niJlllllf.'LOtllr- pis of l'zo Oint .rncnfto refund tlio money where . . . . e tf,.n rtf lniir It lilUS 10 Pure lUlV nu ihulivi V7t nun lone; staiuliiiK. Cures ordinary cases in six (lays, iiwJ.,.n.1ini.mluin uivtnf.il (l-.iv4 ( nf iinnlicatiou itivos ease and rest. Relieves ltcliiiiK instantly. Uiiiirantced to cure piles without tlie knife. This is a new discovery and is the only vile rem- ,wl., .,..1.1 o .i.t.-it ivn vii!ir:uili'i no pure, no liav. ii-'ino rjwMiit.ii C:in lie sent bv mail. e nave ..l.....,!l it Mia .ilh omirv ilvninrist, in tlie, tOWIl Midi I u ii uii .-an. ti in. ":1f- f Ciiniilen. Tenn.. who will sell it to yon on tho ii idvi' l'u iranieo. u--uii. n t Sold bv all druggists. First Medical Student I believe in let ting well enough alone. Second Medical Student Then you'll never make a successful doctor. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and a bottle of Ballard's llore linnml K vrn r n spd in time is worth a stall of physicians with a drug store or two included druggists. Price 25 and 50c. Sold by all NOTICK IN BANKIUTPTCY. A Ci.inllii in lihiikvniitev. - lii tlie United States 'District Court, Kastern ,. ,im '.tiM, 1 tivtri.l- nf Tpiine'ineft. I'l.vlrilLMl lu.mn iii.iu.iii j'i...ui.v. To tho creditors of K. A. iloodin and Mrs. J. A. (ioodln, who compose tlie m m or i.oooin of 1 teuton County, Tennessee, and of the division .li..liiAf nl'Ai-iiO'llll ll'inlf rillttl Notice is hereby Riven that on the 24th day of Alil'U, r.KMi, me said li. iv. ana iurs.i. jv. numiu ,i..i i ;,,.ii...,t,.,l l , ., 1.-i'ii i,l nnil tlio firKl. eit; tuiiv iiiijmiuiui.il iiiinviu.i, ...... ...v nieetiiiKtf tlieir creditors will ho held at my of fice in Trenton, Uibson County, Tennessee, on j.,4i..,i...i-..iii.il. o ui- t i-i ict iif urn ir:i nrift suchotlH;r business as may properly come beiore 'I' ha h i on nf Ann VMHl .WMM if. AVATJCHK. IIve & PjcFTicit, Jtrfcree in liankruplcy. Attorneys. lonesto is k Beat Folioj. Honest poods, Every 1 lonest prices, and 1 lour Honest dealings will Proves Surely briiiK success. It. The Lnst Days of the Nineteenth Century SHOW noiniiiK more viciiji "VVe Believe this fact, and our words demonstrate our belief. Our floods are warranted to he exact ly as represented ; that is honest. Our noods are guaranteed to (live satisfaction ; that is honest. If any article of jewelrv of our manufacture does notfdve perfect satisfaction, we will refund the money paid for the articles; that, too, is honest. J. W. BATEMAN has a complete assortment of poods In Rtore for sale at prices that defy competition. These fcoods are made from rolled nold plate, nold tilled, Kold front, or solid pold stock, and are warranted to five perfect satisfaction or the money will be re tnnded If th notice should reach any one living too f-ii- fvr..i Mi linti.itifin'y Qtm'tfv fir nnv oilier cus tomer til Olll'S, to permit their purchasing these poods from oitr customer, we will sell the goods at retail to such persons, under the same war ranty and deliver by mail. - We will also send printed instructions as to the care of jewelry how to clean it, etc., on application. W. F. Main Co., Eastern Factory Corner of Friendship and Eddy Streets, Provi dence, I!. 1. Western Factory darkest jewelry factory In the w orld i under process ot const ruction at East Iowa City, la. )vcr SAW) h'ct of floor skicc. WANTED Active man in this county to take orders lor tne larpesi ami uoesi uunmc o " ilm IT K find unrlil ever liublisbed. This?3mail is Riven with the Home Magazine one year for riidv t'l.nn. Cood conunissiou to auents. Send at ir. f,,v mull tir.'tisiid !ind samnle conies Of the maisazine. Address Home rublishiiig Company, Atlanta, Ga. . OVll job printing facilities are lirst-class, and ..,,,. ..,...,., li , ii ir,,.l iv.irl.- I'sliniales (and Kiiinples where possible) will he furnished on ap- . . . i r,-.... i ........... 'ntt,ilnl1 iiiicauon. a unress jhk Liimi.ai.rnvuii.i.v.. Tenn. d) ml Ml v a MTTTiiiiMii.ut 111:111 or wniinii to travel for large house; salary $C5 monthly and expenses, with increase; position permanent ; jnelosiself- iililifi;,il t:inincd enveloiie. ilANAlj EK, 330 I Caxtou lluilding, Chicago. MAGISTRATE'S WAKHANTS, Executions, and State Warrants for sale at Til K CiutON 1CLK otlice. Other blanks printed to order. a noon to wr anki yint. 1 ..u. , in 'Hi w I pa IKIi-iU i O i if , A- - : ti i mm 1 ??xr 1. KlfTJ! A PAINLESS REMEDY. ""EICB IS TUBES, BI lilli 150, IAKC3 F. BALLARD. tT. LCUtStMO. MiaiVA.vvv'''" ,! . ..... r... i ir... tl.i.niTi. lN.ii irlif lino IrrtlJ 1 no Klo'tin. ture of Chas. II. Flctclicr, and lias been matlo under Ins personal supervision for over tfO years.; Allow no ono to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good' aro but Experiments, and endanger tho health of Children Experience against Experiment. J ' I Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, I are corie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nar-otic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys AV.rms and allays Ecverishncss. It cures Diarrhcea and AVind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation, and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and liovvels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea xuo juomer rncuu, The Kind You ave Always bougnt Bears the Signature of 6 "jf In Use For Over 30 Years. THE CENTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRflT BTRgfT, HrWYOWK CITY. Tin it.- - - -TfaiyM,imM.mMin-muaMiimiir-m)H nrn'iiiii -I i 1 w f if Si Here s- How o baveien Hours jp 1. tt ' You want to go tcvSan Francisco. Time is money save ten hours. Natural route N. C. & St. L. "No. 4," to St. Louis, arrive 7.24 p. m. you couldn't do better. Any number of ; routes from St. Louis; they needn't worry you either, for the first to leave after you .get in is also the quickest by ten hours that's a whole day maybe longer than you call a day's work. Now, remember the route it's Wabash to Omaha and Union. Pacific. That's all you need specify to your local ticket agent it's so good' he's familiar with it. A folder simple, complete tells all about it: (tome thinsr worth knowins:. 11 you want to reach any .western city, you can have lull, specific information about your best train and connections, railroad and slcepinjj car fares, etc., and the rate- will be rii.'ht. Address C. S. CRANIi, Gen'I Pass'r and Ticket Agt.. St. Louis t 1 t All aye nls of The Chronicle are required to remit tlio full amount of our club rate subscriptions. The Chuoxk'Le and St. Louis Somi-Wtt'-kly H.-publio, one year,, 1.10.