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Till' CIIR.ONlCUi. ?v,,Lnuv. V.'kkklv at Camdi.m, Tims. -NTei,,ATCAnrNsrcjNo.cuAa-iMUMAr The nulnci i tlnii iPilr'f cf Time i i, i i . r r, . 'i""" 1 l'l ah .;!,, I,,. Olmimry ami similar noti.-oi will iM-rlmrr, ,1 (,,r At thw tat ot 3 tnti per line. We will inn Isli raWifoi dhplay and Ux al ailvurtlamgoii appli. :v Nw ronmmrdr.it Inns and miHrionmii'stiims f public Hlfiost Hit, imhollml, but M ui.tm no r!.im,il,u,ty fr !(,.:, pir-wmin i'iil,i ,i , ai BiM'li rninmiiiiKiiUons ami ai tn U n vu!illiiiU Ki iiillliiiiccH c, (, Hindu tn vni mill way ilmt ar .,i (,., !! snr.-. but all nmutUacci c;i aroat rllM (if UlCI HflHllI . All rumlUutirci ami tu iinc (Wituriiitlitcat lotn Should b sout to , 'JJ1K OIWiMCI,!',, ('iiiiuloa, 'loim. FIUDAY, JUNK 1, 1900. V DEMOCRATIC TICKET. A n w 150 lul(i-nt ( clric plant with clcctrir motor linnlf'o is In- im: installed at tho V.iw ! y Plan tain Coal Mim, winch will J.o tn o electric intuijw for Uuulin.s' tho water, elt'clrio ventilating fnminmi probnbly clmiti cutters for minim: tho coal. 'J'l.o most interestim; featuro ta tho motor lmuln;j", c: tendin from top of incliao to with in Huu i oct of workiu'r fac"i;. . Tho motor wcijhs only 1,500 pouiulbi, and hm a draw bar pull equal to HO hoDjo power when at tho maxi mum Fpoed of 8 1 uilo per hour. The trreat horse power dovelowcd by no li'dit a machine is explained by tho third rail eybtom, which is an I Loam m middle of track. Tho motor driven four t;teel-fa:ed wheel h which automatically grip tho faces of tho "1" beams, and tho friction carries tho train of cara alou. Tho trolloy is located un der the "I " beams and thereby pro- tccteufrow fulling smto. 1 his sys tem of mino haulago is new, and this will bo tho first plant built in tho South. Tho practicability of same, however, has been fully dem onstrated in several Indiana mines where it has boon in uso for some months, This plant will not only make possible a great increoso in the output of coal, but it is estima ted will save tho work of 40 mules and 'JO convict drivers. It is ex- I pocted that tho plant will be in op eration by July 1. 1 Mtf1MrW HfuW t'UflC ,wm s .- 'try-.; ' f fj NflHf n't t , . f J I '.i u 3 f '-A i -J uiiiJi) 11 -i s '' ; '- The Lerjcbt and Coat fj I ti-U 1 Slurk of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Genls' Furn ishing Goods over brought to Big'Sandy. Wc ulj carry ?a stock OLIVER CIIILL1CD PLOWS. JOHN DICICRIC, CULTIVATORS, DIAMOND CORN DRILlo, AND McCORMACK MA CM INKS These Goods need u. intrctluct'.on !o o;r cu'.'urm r a.) they aio well known. . 1 He Have E8l8l)iisii2il s Jilliaeii Q&paftmcnt yor Goveraor: ItENTON HcniLUN. l?or lUllroad CotnmUMoner: THOMAS V. tVILLIAMS. Tue Democratic executive com mitteo of the Eiirhth ConprrefiHioiial District mot at Jackson Tuesday and D. A. McDougal, of bavaunah I was elected chairman and Vr. v 13arrv. of Lexiuctou, eecretarv. A which is complete with an elegant line o HATS, DULS3 GOODS, LACKS ami FEMININE A1TAR:L. We hum our friends to call and inspect this line beforo making purchases, feeling tsuns you will bo satisfied, and knowing v. e can h ivc you money. In this department will bo found the latest designs and styles in Ear.cy Dress Goods, Point De Veniso, htriped and solid Batistes, Mohair Brilliantines, Dimities, Silk Droeades, Zephyrs, Sylvi-n ''t'ijii'H, Linens, Corded Tail'etm, thieiow l-ilks, all olors, Ver.-.::il!e' Siri(.', All Over Luces, Lngiisl) C',v. ! .'!( Mi. e. Mi::.; J da nii;n-tt- i . U. 1 .,', t ed by Mis Annie Doty '. :. . . uella Tierce. They will take !. i iiinhow-irs-; t)i"ir friends and rnytntii" through the p.t)ek, and tak iug their orders for any thing needed. W. CARAWAY i & O N S 'jfS.VTCKlA t. CONV I" N T I OX. f The ii Demcvrats oi tho twenty- sonntona! distnct.eoniposet Electors, State t LarRfi K. K. VHl.IV. jami:i it. rAZU:it. Klectom, by Diiricts rirt-BAXTKK TAVI-OB. 3ocoit-JOHN XV. HTAPI.KS. Third -J. J. IYNCII. Ifourlh-W. S. FAUI.KNEH-rifh-A. IS. Nfclll.. BUth-M. II. M KICKS. SevAnth-K. II. WILLIAMS. KiRhth-XIlUMAS tl. KVK. Nintb-W. W. CRAIO. 'Xentto-W. n. OAHKOLL, primary election for the purpose of cf the counties oi Benton, ecatur, m- ! I I it 1- -l TT 1 , ITor Sheriff. 5. k, wnr. Vor Trustee; O. W. K. 1IEKK1N, I nominating a candidate for Con I gross was ordered to bo hold Sat- 1 A 1. Or Here is n g curious illustration I of our muddled moral and legal I condition. The saloonkeepers in a i Montana town have had a desper ate fight to secure the passage of Ian ordinanco to permit them to close their saloons on bun day. In most other places tho hght is to ; keep them open. Meanwhile it might be just as Eeferkinq to Cuba. Congressman well to know when will work begin Orofevenor, of Ohio, says: " Wo are on tho streots of Camden again. -niniT to make all we can out of it." 1 a complete aseortmeni; or neauy ''Where is Carmack?" was tho Mixed Taints can De round at the word which came from his constit- Fry Drug Co. Don't fail to get tiontawheh a Democratic Congress-1 their prices when you need any- man; was unseated tho othar day thing in this hue ov the narrow marcrin of two. 1 W I m. 1 . il ft 1 , The JLolineator,tneiavomemag. HaNNA said on inauguration daylazino of tho ladies, is issued by tho that McKinlev's was to be a "busi-1 famous fashion publishers, the But- aesa" administration. It has cer- terick. i'ubnahing Do., (limited; at tainlv nroved to bo one with all the! 7 to 17 west 13th street, New I ork, asual accessories of business tven 1 at the remarkably low rate ot ou;u to robbing the money drawer. 1 per year, or 15 cents per copy. Ui all tamily magazines it is tno great- It is now admitted bv Secretarv est caterer to domestic naeds, and Gage that the gold supply of the can be recommended for its cheap- United States ia short 100.000,1)00. ness. This deficiency of tho "estimates,' added to the error of $50,000,000 amdo-by Mr. Gage in computing the surplus in the United States Tre&sury, leads to tho conclusion that our national bookkeeping is of the 'fancy" variety. - HevV 0R. Hodnett, of Chicago, says: "I see with chagrin our na tional administration taking poli tics from Salisbury and Chambcr laini We Bhould all, regardless of race, color or creed, go behind tho scenes and compel the administra tion to come to the bar, and tell why it cowrers when the British lion's claws are unsheathed against tho bravest people that ever resist ed tyranny. Mr. Bryan was asked the other davwhv he declared that "the peo nlo are with us this year, and they Taro in sympathy with tho principles which shall be embodied in the Citv platform, and which represent tho feelings of the grea nnss of the American people.' And his answer, which appeals to otTArv American citizen who has the Welfare of his country at heart wasr "Because' every principle o tho Democratic party is a positive principle, more positive than was the -declaration of the Republican party in 1896, and while my party h as "ro varan tne wniie in usurm flr mlhpreucQ to principles and po itive declaration, tho Republican party is 'trekking' m just the oppo site direction. It is less positive and its adherence to -its own here tofore fhecl declaration of faith ii 30W nuite disregarded." , Presiding Elder G. W. Banks wil hold quarterly conference for Cam den and Co well's Chapel at Camden July 7 ana 8, and for Camden cir cuit at Morris Chapel July 8 and 9, The "X" on your paper indicates that your time of subscription to The Chronicle has expired, ant your paper will b9 stopped unless renewed at once. ve hopo our subscribers, upon finding tho "3 on their paper will kindly renww their subscriptions promptly. IN MKMORY OF 1LVUA HA5IEU. IT.i.rdir, and Humphreys, are here by called to meet in convention at Johnsonville, Term., on Thursday, the 12th day of July, 1000, for tho purpose of nominating u candidate for senator to represent f;aiu uid- rict in the next general assembly of Tennessee, and to transact such other business as may properly come before said convention. This May 21, 1900. Edgar Cherry, I). G. HupnON, Chairman. Secretary. TUB "CONFEDERATE VETIiUAK." Low Club Kate Given Vitli Tho CaimlM Chronicle. Tho erowth of tl: Confe.lonite Vot er an, rublibhed by S. A. CumimgUiun, at Nfishvillo, Tonn., ii remarkabio. ill circulaiiou of eighty-four issues, month ly, acgrcgateil to January, 1'JuU, l,i, 432 conica. Avorawo for 1S13. 7.GS3; 18'Jt, 10.1U7; is'jr, Ti,m; 1897, 1(3,173; 18'JS, 10,100; 1S93, 20,1 CO. SuuKcripti-ift for tiio Veteran will be , , , , , ii i rr received t-t mm oj.ioc. it uuu u.: CimoNieLr; -vill be, sent for a year at tho club rate of f-l.K). By applicatiou to The CiiuoNKJLi; copies of tho ctcrau will be seut to our veteran friends who aro uuablo to subscribe. ?Iiie Hind 31 ( . V. 7 'on lEa Alwa-yi Jtu',Iit has borno tho Mirna- turo of :i't. li. i'letclter, and hM been made under his personal buicrvision for ever :0 e:;.rs. Allow no one to doeeivo you in lit if-. Ooa-iterfeits, Imitations antl . lust-a';- f!od" are but Kxpcrimcnts, mal endanger tho healUi of ChiW'"en llvncricaca aaiur-:t Ilxperinient. 1J is a Cantor porn-, contains vj:M Colic. j tar mlesr- 81 fa U H US Castor Oil, Pare It is Pleasant.. It :iai, j'ioi'isfiMH isor ciner iar"oiic H -i aara hi iU luurnfoe. It destroys Avorms avs 1 veelsbj;ess. It cures Biavrhoea, and u iml. r ,r . rti . ,.i i. : r;i- t.l. ' . 4 ! i ii rctiee i;cli,; .s. mv. v in es vuumiiuiiuu and Sootbm.5? Syips. Op and Flatulency. It assimilates ttte iooil, regulates the stomach anl jowels, giving bealthy and natural sleep. Tho Jhih!ivu's i'aiiacca Tiio Slother's Friend. T7" 1 17 . 11. iieiiiii mm KSTKAYKI. One bay horse, about 15 hands high; lias been gone- fiinco about tho first of May; has dark mane and tail; foro top lias been cut off and should bo about 3 inohes long now; Bear on one hind foot and alao in left breast, caused by barbed wire; small white star in forehead; one white hind foot. Any one finding him will be amply rewarded by bringing liini to my residence- at Big Sandy, Term. 20-23-2 H. 11. Pierce. "..! .j. - .7. Mia the Slinaturo of ought! .A 'J- ' y . y a- ,i v t use crriT.iin r "or Over 80. Years. WNV, '7 MI.'HRnV STRCCT, fCWVOfW CITY. X:3 NOTICE. Ilaving sold out my mercantile buai neHfi, I must ask all those indebted to me by note or account to come in and malio iomediato settlement, m I wish to rind cp ray businesiS m speedily as pos sible. Tou will iiiid ic hi my old ofileo, John Yv . IUtema. Mrs. Lara llamer, daughter of W. M. and Pusa Cuff, was born April 13, 1869, and died May 16, 1000. How sad i to part with one wo all loved; one witu such bright prospects for a happy lifo beforo her, and that just m the noontide of life, but wo inuet rcmomber such is ona of tho divine decrees of an all wise Creator Though her body liea silent in tho tomb to Boon Ixj forgotten, yet her work for good stul lives, and her many kind acta and good deodd to the needy and those ia distress will not be erased by the changing scenes of years to come. Lura was always at her place at Sunday school and the church of which she waa a most devoted and earnest member, and was always ready and a willing worker for Christ. Sho was dutiful at school, and always had a kind word and a help ing hand for her schoolmates and her teacher, having been a most devoted pu pil of the writer. So let me pay to her parents, relatives and friends, grieve not, as those who have- no hope, but try and live ko that when death comes yon may be prepared to die ns tihe did ia the full hope of everlasting life. The body r.i Ihia noMo cliristhm woman rcsM attho I'latweods Cemetery, "her spirit to Gou had gone." ' T. W. C?s. ?Iay 29, Many women fail "to digest their food, and so become pale, sallow, thin and weak whilotlio bnghtness freshness and beau ty of the skin and complexion departs. Kemedy this by taking Herbine after each meal, to digest what you have eaten. 5 cents. Sold by all druggists. All (lnir;i;ii ts ru-o antiiorir.tvl !'y r.nc iiiiiniifactur evsoi I'ji o (Htslnioiit i') !'-eIn"i Uie iiusjiey wher It fails to I'urc .nir r:iso of jilc- no mnUt-r of how lout' ft am I 'tires ontinary casi-s in iiiays, tlii' worst casos in sixtt-ori days. m aj.plloation gives ease sunt rest. ;(ilicvi;a iU'iiin iiintanUy. uuaranr.ee?' t to c.u'srfiiis ivii;ioui, i u kiui.j. Tilts is anew niseowr.- avutistiii; only jiilo vem cdy !'. esi a Mtsitiv' no uiv. no pay. l'riei!, Ml conts. Can lm si-nr by mail. Wo lmvo l)lao(Ml it on siily villi every ilrnist in the lovni oHJaiiiden, Teim., who wiil sell it to you on the above guarantee. . -a-crn. WANTED -Ilonost man or voinan to travel for larj'O Housfi; salary Sus monthly ami expenses, Willi increase; position permanent : inclose sc'f aililres::ed stamped onvolnpo. kiANACJKli, 330 C'axton itiiiiilini;, CUicafto. J'y trying to break into the Senate with a jimmy, Clark of Montana has given the public an idea as to how he accumulated his wealth Jackson Whit?. WANTED- Ac'iv. tr.v.i ') ' rs comity to t.:i!:e orders ioi ii.o lit; ;-'. and Im :--;tu.I iim;) of tho I', s, and woilu ever pnhiisiiou. Xms $5 map is (riven witii the Hoi-.e ftlasa:'.iiie. o.ie year for only tiood fonimission to agents, riend l.l'S for map, iaepa:4, and samplo coptijs of the ;n:iKii2iut;. Atltlrcss i .torn j rubllai.:im Comvauy, Atlanta, Ga. NEW MILIvINERY JUST RECEIVED BY MHS. S. J. TRAVIS. The ladies are invited to call and-1 see the nev styles in hats. ; HAILROAD TIME TABLE. Trains pass Camden on the NaslivH!o,Ctoatta ' nooja and St. Louis itailrorvd as follows: - TKAtNUKAST. TRAINS WEST. t?.3.3, mail. ...5.Dfpm No. l, express, 5.35am No. 53 ' 2.03ara No. 4, mail 9.53 am No. 52, express 2.60 am No. 2, u 9.6 psa 1 . 01" II job printins facilities are first-class, andi oar speeia Ity is irood w.rk. Kstimates-(and v.nvples whoie possible) will be furnished1 on p jdtpatlon. AudtOM -Tixs Cuhonicxe, Camdso, 'i'.i:!:.. TTAfiISTHAT)f.'S IV I and Mate Va rra h U for sale at j n k ( m-.os icuk olaco. WARRANTS, Kxyeut ions Otiu'i' iiiM aks prii ted to wdor. If the fitomach performs it functions actively and regularly, the food of which is the receptacle, is transformed into blood of a nourishing quality, which furnishes viiZor and warmth to the body. 1 lerbine pves tone to the Mt'-maeh and promotes digestion and assimilation. Trice, 50c. Sold by all druggists. It poinetinics happenti i hat the man who known his ow n mind docaiiot know much after all. CHANCERY SALE OF LAND. No. '"10. In ob('(K:dne to n detveo of too chancery court at Cam.h'.n made in the cause ! V. U. IIfli-ri . J. r..Uoim-i ei ai-rwill on Morrisy, Jutj 4, "tGOC. at noon, in front of th-n vo If you are troul.''d w comfortable disern-e t:a Ik. ti'.ect it. Yvn't i- t th f.rm U l). i:v. iy d.iy tl i 0 C t d i t r W H " i : ? '. ' . (. .' ( i tc ure TaMer's bitrki've the relif i is unmc"'.! iou !-(-il to threr! tr.f ; dinti'is't oi I containing ! more -r !; t-pcetJ vf; tii of r;'l givon ..; at n!iv tin Sai'.i t'r.i on . '-: dl't'J rt la:;;t got a i payr 'it- asc ib nc nice.-. C in Cura t bidder - ir; Hie igh!h j'et ne.-st'.' and i -a. (Ini) ;: iat roost uli i.iles, don't !' t !.!:U'!OV ".; il ;e (: . Ointmoi and cure iniah!;! d t ) je?s. i V'1 ' f 4ff 50 YEAR3 acres i . I- trai r laiat an 1 '.'.i i'H-', c"-.t :-.frs V.i:i I ie;t rt- UCTip- ';iil to .r.-i.tred Trade Marks .t. Designs Copyrights &c - A r.vonc snnttinc? a ekotoh and dencrtptlon ins? or.lckly Baoertniii our opinion free whether aj nvnUiori is prohnbly piitpntabla. CommuHtntk tionsHUirtiycnnlldontliil. Handbook on Puteill. et-n' free. Oldst neenoy for securing vttmt. -fn!nts taken throuRh Munu & Co. recoirt ei-cnal notice, wltfouo cunreo, iut.ua A id9omely ttluftniJ'vl weokly. I.itreeit !ir- MiKta-u c t any soieiitttln Journal. Terrai, a it." o r or t i, i n?i.. as ' n i ' 1: !.!-;e; ro f.:c.::V' id land Iciiittiiic JMrfcan. i(in.l9omely t'luftnit'vl weokly. I.itreeit rtii ii c t finy pcteotiUn Journal. Terrai, tl ,r-. fo'.ir months, ii. riotd by all newdpnin i f i iirti -jo. 1' St Washtcgtou, D. C' Dr. TAULCR'O CUWXYE. PILE . - ' : a", . Price, 50 cents in hotti' t::cid bv fdl :.r-:--.;-;i.. Tubfs, A PAIHLIS3 REMEDY.