A nil ,NTV N KWKI'A ;;.
Pchusnrn WY.nw.y at Camdkx,
NTf RID AT CMOf NAHS COhU f I A -,MAl N A n F H
The Nlllisfl iptioit ,t('.' f I UK.rili"M( 1. 1 W
Blc'iits ,t ur; '.T i-. hls I"1mx tin, :.!,
pumiivelv must ljtp;ild in inh;unv. All
lions will l.n prcn.pt iy Mopped j,t i'iim.,11.111 of
tiiiK! pant tor
Oliiimu yuii'l hi lit I lit r hoUccs will IiccIi'ii'mmI fur
at the rain el cnuH t"'l' Hue. V.'n w ill lul nisli
r.iifufordl.spliiy unil local advei Using on uppl.ra-
i:wromiiiiiiilc:ii ions ninl ail ii'lrs on (im'siIipiih
Of piddle Interest ;ue solicited, hut we insuim-no
respoiiNllililtv (or I lie expressions cotttaiifd in a!
iurli communications and ai tides pulihslii d.
UemilUnccH can lie mailt; In v,u inns v.is that
ire perfectly safe, hut till leniitmuces sent meat
risk of t III) senile! .
All leiiilttaueei and business eommmilfiitloiis
hould be eut to 'lit A VIS I'.KOS..
Fill DAY, SEPTEMBER 1 1 , WOO.
THE WAY OUT OK IT.
It is generally admitted there are
two ways of doiiur tliimrs a rieht
way and a wron and it ia also ad
in itted that tlio right thing to do
when it has Leon discovered that
tho wrong way has been pursued is
to retrace- the steps that havo boon
taken and tako tho right ones.
This much is said in reference to
the Congressional primary. In tho
rst place the committee four yearn
ago set a precedence which, to all
intents and purposes, has been an
open bid for fraud in primaries,
and it seems to us that the presont
committee should havo taken an
object lesson from it and provided
all tho restrictions necessary to in
snro a fair and honest primary.
The primary was not safegarded by
proper rules and regulations, and
when the charges of fraud were
made at Paris the committee virtu
ally recognized the irregularities
of, the primary by appointing a sub
committee to investigate all the
eharges of fraud.
"VYe understand that Mr. Enloe
refuses to accede to such a propo
sition, on the ground that there is
no law to legalize primaries, and
claims that such an investigation
would be a farce. Ave are inform
ed that two of the gentlemen ap-
pointed havo declined to servo on
the sub committee, chiefly for the
reason that they have no power to
administer, the oath, to compel the
attendance of witnesses or to pun
ish the guilty of perjury. Under
the resolution adopted the commit
tee adjourned at Paris to meet at
uexmtnon uctouer o. juse wnat
action the committee will take we
shall not attempt to predict, but we
are of the opinion that the commit
tee could have smoothed the way
to a more satisfactory solution o
the matter by calling a delegated
' convention or another primary
i the same being safeguarded with
' all the restrictions necessary to se
cure the honest sentiment of the
Democrats of the district.
The Chronicle is more interest
ed in the welfare of the party than
in the claims of any man who seeks
a: favor by the vote of the party
"We are interested, because we are
anxious that the laws and prece
dents governing the Democratic
party should be preserved and ob
served, lhe right way always car
ries strength with it; the wrong
way is an evidence of weakness
somewhere, and always invites con
fusion and creates dissatisfaction
SOMEThING ABOUT TRUSTS
Here are a few reasons why the
"plain people" are not inclined to
1 meekly accept the inspired states
merits of the trusts organs ant'
speakers showing what ci natural
necessary and beneficent institution
the trust is:
It requires oil per cent, mora
wheat to buy a stove than it did in
It requires 20 bushels mor'o corn
to buy a wegon than it did m lb'Jb,
. -si riA i
It reauires 1UU per cent, moro
corn or wheat to buy a copper ket
tie than m 18.
It requires twice as much corn to
buy a coil ot rope cam JbJu.
It reauires 10 per cent, more
grain to buy a plow than in 1890
It reauires o par cent, moro
grain to buy a hoe, a rake or
shovel than in 1S')G.
A set of common wheels that cos
$7 in 1890 now cost 12.
Tho price of cultivators and oth
er farm implements have gone u
Galvanized baruea wire cost irom
SI to 8-1.50 more than in lb.;u.
It ren uhca 10 per cent, more corn
or cotton to buy a pound of sugar
than in 1890.
You have to pay iu per cent, more
. for glass than in ISOo.
Freight rates have climbed. back
to the ' hit nut jiri'TH wiiHi cvua
1 a popu I;;!- revolt iu h-gii-ilut ion a
i;v Veins fiL'o.
Tlio prices of oil, coal, lumber,
oojs and namwaro nuvo cone up
coin 10 to 100 per cent.
And all thcsn tilings havo been
one by tho trusts.
A trust roliH you waking or sleep-
lnir. eatni'' or urinliin''. workini'or
laving, living or dying, and the
collin trnt gets you in' tho end.
Evidences are daily developing
which makes it vitally necessary
that primaries bo legalized iu Ten
nessee if this method of nominat
ing candidates is resorted to in tho
uturo by Democrats. He say vi-
ally, because there are men in tho
party who are opposed to primaries
or various reasons. Iu tho first
ilaco a primary can not bo iullu
diced and controlled by them as
easily as a convention when thfy
oar a fair, free expression of tho
larty, hence, such men never lose
m opportunity to bring discredit
on primaries, lueir corrupt meui-
ods often defeat an honest expres
sion of tho majority and thia all
tends to bring discredit on the par-
y and party organization. V hen
our primaries are held in a legal
manner the methods of tho party
corruptiouists will bo a violation of
ho law and subject to indictment,
As it is, tho victim of the corrup-
lonists has no recourso to bring
hem to punishment, but must sub
niit in tho face of the most open
and outrageous frauds. For this
reason, if none other, we say legal
ize the primary.
The work of organizing Demo
cratic clubs throughout the State
is progressing rapidly. Counties
are organizing by districts, and in
several counties they havo already
organized in every district. Me.n
phis has a strong Democratic club
in nearly every ward in the city
Arrangements will be made to or
ganize a club in every civil district
in Benton County at an early day,
H e want to see a strong club or
ganized in every district by Octo
ber 1. It is the intention of Chair
man John S. Denton, of Nashville
who has charge of this work in the
State, to organize a State associa
tion of Democratic clubs, and hoi
a big club convention at Nashville
during the campaign. Speakers o
national importance will be securec.
as well as a low railroad rato.
Have you heard the news from
Maine? Pieturns from Monday's
election show a remarkable shrink
age of the Republican vote and a
corresponding gain tor the Demo
crats of that State. This, too, in
face of the fact that the Democrats
had to contend against the largest
corruption fund ever used in tho
State. Despite all of Hanna's ef
forts to make a showing favorable
to the administration, the reversa
of sentiment in Maine is too errea
to be discredited by the llepubli-
tn managers. Ihese little straws
show the trend of public sentiment
throughout the length and breadth
of the land.
The Democrats are greatly en
couraged by the election returns
from the rock-ribbed Republican
State of Vermont. Tho Republi
can vote of 1890 was reduced over
20 per cent, last Saturday, which
leads us to conclude that the old
Green Mountain State of Revolu
tionary days is evidently waking to
a realization. of the fact that tho
Republic for which Ethen Allen
fought is in danger.
Mr. MgKinley takes occasion in
his letter of acceptance to assure
tho trusts that they have nothing
to fear if he is re-elected President.
It will be "Maryland, My Mary
laud" with the national Democracy
That 00,000 Democratic majori
ty in Arkansas was alright.
. The Chronicle and St. Louis
SerniAVeekly llepublic, ono year,
The Ciikonicle and the Homo
and Farm will be mailed to you
ono year for 80 cents.
Yvliifo's Cream Vermifuge is essentially
the oliiitTa tonic. It improves digestion
and the assimilation of food, strengihQn
hi i tho nervous system and restoring them
to the health, vigor and elasticity of spirits
natural to childhood, i'rice, -3c. Sold
by all druciota.
'.egnlar rot r't -poudeiie
A revival meding is in progn
at Chestnut Hill.
Jjewifi Cole, of Henry Countv,
visited hero this week.
.Several of our citizens will h ave
for Arkansas to-morrow. A o wish
horn all success.
Lewis Farrar and family havo re
turned from Arkansas. They hay
old 1 lenton is 'ro id enough for them.
Tho little daughter of (leorgo
Willi.'tmg is seriously ill. Ho was
making arrangements to leavo for
Arkansas to-morrow, but will bo
clayed in taking tho trip.
Flat woo i H, September 11.
T K ACM l: IIS A SHI C I ATI OX.
Program for tho tenth ihhlrit:! teachi'iV
tiKHoi iation to ln hdtl at Chestnut Hill
Sei.tetiiher 2U, 1!M)():
Vocal Musi.-, lud hy II. K. I'allonl.
Prayer, hy Uncle Tom Pnffonl.
Address hy Miss Loin 1'ufl'urd.
Kccitution, hy Miss Pearl Ford,
l'lan and What is ILxiiecled of tho Dis
trict Associations, hy W. I). Cooper and
1). V.. (ioHSCtt.
" Resolved, That our comity should hi
rediBtrictod into Miool districts three
miles square;" affirmative T. YV. Cull,
15. Harrttt and W. f). Cooper; negative
fc5. 0. Vick, 15. 1). Johnson nnd O. A. Ft ley
Ivssav, hv Miss Mattto Clement.
Should We Whin Publicly or Privately
by MisH Urla Thomas.
Should tho teacher Select the-Hooka
for the Pupils, hy Albert A. Lindsov;
I he Directors Duty to t he Schools, oy
Tho Dutv of Patrons to the School and
tho Teacher, hy John Warrick.
lhe Importance of Iici'ular Attendance
by James Heninton.
(). A. Utlky I
B. Sakkktt Committee.
15. P. Johnson)
Having suirested the insolvency of the
estate of A. J. Creer to tho clerk of the
couutv court of Penton County, Tonnes
see: Now, pursuant to an order of said
clerk, all persons having claims Against
said estate are notified to hie them with
said clerk authenticated in the manner
prescribed by law for prorata on or before
the 1st day of January, 1901. All claims
not filed within said time will he forever
barred both in law and equity.
This September 3, 1!)00.
G. B. BANK,
IN THE CHANCERY COt'liT OK KENTON
COUNTY, TKNN.-DOKCAS K. STAXLINGS
VS. M. C. STALL! NdS.
In this cause it appearing to the Clerk
and Mastor from the allegations of com
plainant'sbill, which is sworn to, that the
residence of the defendant, M. C. Mail
ings, is unknown, and after diligent in
quiry his residence can not be ascertain
ed, so that the ordinary process of law
can not be seryed upon him. It is there
fore ordered that he enter his appearance
before the Chancellor on or before Thurs
day, September 27, next, and make de
fense to the petition of Dorcas E. Stall
mgs by which she seeks to have the bonds
of matrimony now subsisting between
them dissolved, or the same will he taken
for confessed and the cause set for hear
ing exparto as to him.
This August 23, 1!)00.
W. L. MORRIS,
' ' Clerk and Master.
By A. V. BOWLES,
Deputy Clerk and Master.
J. G. Roiuxs,
Solicitor for complainant. 21-10
Do you eeo pparklitif? eyes, a healthy,
tinted skin, a sweet expression and a erace-
iit form 1 Theeo attractions afe the result
o good health. 1 they are absent, there
it nearly always some disorder of the dis
tinctly feminine organs present. Healthy
menBtraat organs mean health and beauty
makes women beautifnl and healthv.
It strikes at the root of all their 8
trouble. There is no menstrual dis- R
order, ache or pain which it will net
cure. It is' for the budding girl, the
busy wife and t.hmatron approaching
the change of life. At evary trying
crisis in a woman's life it brings
health, strength ami happiness. It
costs fi.oo of medicine dealers.
For advice in cases reqniringspecial
directions, address, giving symptoms,
" The Ladies' Advisory Department,"
!The Chatt.inood Medicine Co., Chat
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Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
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r The ETE
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I fall Line ot m mw n Toilet fiFticies. -t
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T. 31. BATEMAN'
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IN THK CHANCKTvY COU11T QV BKNTOX
COUNTY, TKNN.-.I. . TA.Yl.Olt, OITIZKN
OK KKNTH'KY VS. S. W. AND MATT IK
COOLKY, CITIZENS Ol" KENTUCKY.
In this cause it appearing to the Clerk
and Master from the allegations of com
plainant's bill, which is sworn to, by
which he seeks to foreclose a mortgage,
that the defendants. S. W. and Mattie
Coolev. are non-residents of the Slate of
Tennessee and reside in the State of Ken-
tacky .so that the ordinary process of law
can not, be served upon them, it is there
fore ordered that, they enter their appear
ance before the Chancellor and make ue
fense to said bill -of complaint on the
fourth Monday in September, next, or the
same will be taken for confessed and the
cause set for hearing exparte as to them.
This August 23. WOO.
W. h. MOltlMS,
Clerk and Master.
Y.y A. V. BOWLKS,
Deputy Clerk and Master.
Tom C. IIye,
Solicitor for complainant. 21-10
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