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I ! i i i ! 1 . 1 1 I ' i J 4 11 I ' Vol. XX J, camppn. tpnn.. ltiiday. ot toppp I( t ;l ornci ns, judc.:.?,, add ci.: ;v:-; of rx-crn clection. local Arm -eksonal t'h- Ulm.-iug U n !; t,f -.i:.- :.,, y ::..! l-lks appointed to T. W.iMIPH, of V.VlV i i . ! 1 1 th- i-l.-rlion .f ' ,!.:. r 0, i'.':' ). ih city Tm':lay. ... Cat;d-:i was well rep re AH ti e I.!!.-!!!-.-.) luill.-r-i ill i,,0 h . n ri,.i u da.ly d.n'n ; ti. ' enb- 1 at, M.'TPM"! Fin,' :i. a. ;; 'P. V I ; c '! 1 1 ; H I, in" 'Pillock 1 ' Third PeurP. Fifili ) Seventh !Ji: launuer IP. A. j'll l. Eighth Ninth i'axon box Ninth Clement ho:; : Tenth Eleventh W. T. JH" Monirity R P. Wlseatley A. :;. Lirak;- i l jcalvin Parker I Js. A. Clement ID. P. Lnshlco IIoss Bico Wiiii . r . . .-. u ,V. W. WonfU j'!'. V . Sa.indeis ( ' !) r'( l!oWO j.i iinwf iJ. U. .r.-hnvv. '.b.'.in ?icori Llolm Allen M i;u ! ierrin ;!. X. Pvklges !A. X. Prison ci.rnhs. sin Odin M. P. Phillips ). P.. Holksday A. If. Pritehard .i(H lullingsworth John Moore !). P. White William Allen !A. V. Bowles J. P. Beaton !(',. 11. Harper -derday lei lO'll .J. C Jlnshiir.:. i AhConl Ncidham Bresson 'Chns. Bane 'Alvy MflUni '.jiin ! lollom.in IDan JAirnicr. lAavon Jlelton I ;Tom Farmer iWyly Floyd IT. AV. 'UnrneH I Did: N .'armaek CuiA. Wedleste.lt jMnNm Doty i Homer Parker I Prank Akers !j(H' AtlnUD jWilliam ihitler. 'John Askew Dr. Youmj; ! William lieaton T. .). I.owry Mini nlli-rs v,cr- in X;..-h i!h' this wr;-!;. F.ev. J i v:,e Farmer, of Pl'idva in tle city 'I'm lay. Wr. P. MrCullonh !im letunud from a Irio to Xashviile. T. .1. Dodd and J. AI. W!nl!'M'ld 4 ! I,,!,,,!.,,. 'IV, :A:'V. ,i !.:! Kin .uii:un,oi the Uest of Mrs. J .1. Dodil. V'O'.t. S. W. Hawkins, of Hunt ingdon, whs in the city Tuesdny. ;.Ir.;. Dide AVlutPieKl, of Ilolh- day. is vi.-itim,' :elatives at Pare-. S. J'j. Peeler win at Union City Tuesday on professional lusine;s. W. Jj. Morris and Dr. W. P. Ale Gill went to Nashville yesterday. ile-istor II. C. FaiTord :s makiug new iinprovements at his homo place. Don't forgot the rally to-m-ht at (ho court-house. Turn out, Democrats. inofiiiii", m i " !'- al i Chinch thi i wi !.. J. W. Dillon :-!;d (lenpv Fnnm r, of Claud; Dr. T. II. Tayl'-.of Pi;: ! ;,mdy,aml .). P. Waters, of l-V:oi, were in the city Tn. sd ty. M:v.. Harriet Pair.m;- has tr.oved 1.) Pi. Parti. 'It place. We ;:nd. r- 1 that P. W.T. Potts will tal c i,!ano char- of the Kigali H" " . . i , ii i i i ... h rree: . i v-vath'-r tho unveiling at (."aueh n ' ti e Woniltie n l '.s Ih eu po ;tpo;i 1 nelelmit; '.y. P. 11 XVhit Ti dd, r P.ivaPt, win. enlisted in Uncle Sara's army, at Xanhvillo, passed t.hroi:-li iM-via--;.. Tuesday en mat ; to San FraucP.'-o. john Xaifeh has returned fioa. Tiptonville where he went to see a friend who was shot hy a ne;:ro and died a few days later. The );e;;ro was l:Un;. J. D. Oulo ;md dau-hier, Mb Minnie, of Coxhur, and Pud Fry and vil'o and 0. L. Tippett, of S: hrar Tree, arc; spending a lew au m Nashville this week. (lovernor AleMiilin addressed a J. S. Davidson Otis Perkins J. M. Doty iEnn3 Thomas I ;;OM HUUTLt TOWN. (..-nil i (in ,.i,i ' r I Mr :. Olive Derd'-n In U e ,-rl, Put is improvii'.:'. II, l(ol!-.n.l ! i- at a fewd;tys n Xa hvdh- l-''!" W'ek. .1. P. Ilarri oii pren U-.i ; ood .-erraon here Sunday. Ml.. Dora P. - , or Alkan -a . i uXti;;:'; !e-r failier, Pncian Merrit:. 'I'he you!'-,; folks enjoy d a . ilte; ; , ;a'. the l:oae (H P. Dye Sunday. Several f uudie-i heie are making ihe'ir r.rrangeinents to tuove .et ?: Missouri. The family .of Polie; ! ! ,te.w;-.st( v.ho have keen sick for :a!!" tiiae are iiaproviie;. W'e are ilad io-learn that tha n is I'onie impiovei'K nt in th" he Itr. of V. C. Xut.aery. Mrs. Ja.ae-, Uath-y, of mm. Praia;, has heal yisltin- herdae-!)-ter, Mrs. P. )). Johnson. 'F t,, will 1 u. n 1 1" n! i in: ' m at ill'.H' "in 1 1 Cooley's Paiidin- the fourth Sun day in October. Kcv. ik V. X'ew nunii will preach a si rnurn on the hank of the river at 11 a. ;a. HuSTI.l'.l our-'; October P . A. P. Lashlce Mitt llamer I Dr. Cunnin-ham O. N. Pailord ! Henry Greene iBrnrt Walker Ed Hatley. Twelfth Thirteenth Jim.W. Greer ;E. Zimmerman Perrv Jordan TI. II. Stigall 'Jim Ogles jJohn Ilico Pen Drcvard Ed Walker. Dob Tatum John II at ley C. C. Cole. i Chas. Marchbanks "Wit Walker Tid Terry Fourteenth Fifteenth W. J. Dames C. 11. M. Harris 'N.-B. Anderson Jordan Smothers. W. C. 15. Lewis Dave Smith O. F. Lashleo William Clayton W. D. Somer W. K. Aden r;c A viie r.iviMis. of Xaslivilk i, and. enthusiastic crowd at is down on a visit to relatives and Wavorly yesterday, and he will bo friends. -iven a hi-', he;irty r ception by O. P. Kirk, of Ilolladay.h ft this the Henry Coiaity Dem x'racy nt week for Louisville. with near-load Paris to-day. of luyys Eighteen Iays until l no election. Constable J. C. Parker and Ii. I, Are you ready for the Krcat contest Nance, of Wheatley, were in town which shall deenle the question of , -, Republic or Empire? H not, it is iuesilav. 1 . . i i ... , , v- . vour dutv as a citizen and Demo- Tom C. li-yo lias ooen sueaivin: - in Decatur and Hardin counties V r V 1 tt f ., , Hon. -John II. Trice and Hon. J. this week. ... , , o -r- i i D Johnson wi l speak at ougar Hersehall Lmdsey and sister, oohumh s n- m t ,f V,r Snnd- vPitod Thursday ni-ht, October 2o, Miss Lena, of Ll- bandj, M.ital 7T1Io(,,f llV,lnv October here Sunday. , cmi,1;f,,. ,.,,, Miss Eddie Ituslim-, or i'axon, , . , . n.n im4 no week' and Will SOeiKl . ... i eifn f : hi! above maces. the winter here. , , , . , jsAJtsuAtii1: Mciciis::-.. Marriage luaau;es have been is sued by County Clerk C. P. Greer to C. (!. Newsomo and Alyrt.e Di' priest, H..L. Melton and Sara A. Nichols, S. T. (kiutrell and Delia Melllwain, John Ton' Hieks and Eilio Willxdm. , " Pyrou Bi veils Houston Utley .T TT: Ti ASH LEE AV. L. AlOKPIS Commissioners. T. B. CA.NTHELL CHANCERY SALE OF LAND. . (No. sva.) Inobpdi to a uV've of tho Chnn cerv Court at Carnaea, Tuanopso, inane in the can;;. of G. T. ' iovris vs. Lilhc May Morris ct uls., I will on Mo.ndsv, Dsccmbcr 3, IGCO, at th -nst deer of tlu: coari-aouHO in the town of Camden offer for sale, to th lnih stbiddar the followni- dcaabed tiadh of land and town lot: . . M Kirt tract.-; Si! naiad in the sixth civil aiHtrictof Benton County, Teanes-e, and bounded on the north by S,a,th on the , ,. tivnadnn mi the cast bv lVesson a.l on'iho U by xNance, containing by estimation about 84 acrorf. Second tract-Situnted m tl.o eighth . civil district ,f K.id county, end .landed . ,n the north by Graham, on the south hy Holland, on the oast by tcin and on he wt-Hthv Graham, containing by csuina- tion about 77 acres. . . Third tract-Situated in tha ninth e.v -listnct oi said county, and bonnded on iho north by Wynn, on the south by bcar ; l or,b, on the east by lister and on the west bv Liadgey. containing by ostnna- son ELECTION NOTICE. We vail open and hold an election in the several voting precincts of Benton County. Tennessee, on Tuesday, Novem ber (i, r.taa, for the election oi twelve, Pres idential l'.i 'ctor.s for the Slate of Tenr.en lN'.Mvsi.rihuivoin the Fiftv-Koventh (',", mV,. ' , the United States for the Kit;hth Congressional District of Tennes see, a Governor tor the Mate, a .-emuei '". a- the Twentv-i'ourt.h Senatorial District, and a Representative for the Sixteenth I.a,,l..iM.l DlKtrirt. The iolh will open, at o'clock amt close itr. i o ciocu. W. L. ViOlIRIS, .1. M. LASilLFiFj. T. II. CA'XTILFiIjTj, Coininissioners. Airs. Leona AleDaniel L.amaeii b fift(oulh lflst Satunlay popular modist, is speiulmg a few tho loction o lho fol. days at Nashville. loxvin 0f)c(irst: Ala-istrates, A. J. H. C. Utley and little son, Beard, ;.ul A q. AJcPae; assessor, left Tuesday to visit relatives and "nvonH; e0nstablc, Clyde Julin- friends in Arkansas. ,;-bool directors, D. S. Jolm- Ouito a number of our citizens j w Harrington and Y. 15. took in tlie street fair at Nashville j jvcus ! this and last week. t y, j rftiinml. of AVav, left a pea- A. A7. Bowles and his aunt, Airs. uut vno Vtth us this week that has V. F. Maiden, have returned from aUracte(i a great deal of curiosity, a visit at Big Sandy. Spread out the vino measures over It. M. Corbitt, of Dickson, visit- niUo foot across, and it was well ed relatives and friends hero tlra fruited when Air. Holland palled it latter part of last week. up. It is different from anything j , Yickrey, who bought the of the kind seen hero before. The Fry place recently, moved' in and nut is red, and the vine is largo in took possession Monday. proportion to us leugui. Claud Hudson and wife, of Ilol- T. II. H. Bresson, of the twelfth w Unrdr enpnt n fow davs here district, has our tlianks for the nice the latter part, of last week. pears presented us xaona.ij . j.m. llruliir concsiiiiiiil.'iii'i'. Mrs. Yilliam Atchison is in feu- Mo health.. ' ' Horace Benton is visiting home folks at Claud. Wheat sowing is in progress, and a largo acreage will bo put in. This community was well repre sented at the 'meeting at Faxon. Cotton picking is on, and the crop is much better than was ex pected. T. NV Berry and wife, of Dan-, ville, are visiting relatives in .this cmi.'iunity.' . Wake up, Democrats; remember it is only a short time now until the election. If you are interested (and every Democrat should. be) in the election of a Democratic President and a Democratic gov ernor and a Democratic legislature 'jo to work. There is no time to lose between now and Tuesday, November G., Wheatley, October iC. TO THE CREDITORS OF JOHN W. FRY. (No. 87L'.) In obedience to an older made by the lion. Andrew J. Ahernathy, Chancellor ol 1 lie V n.iiu ei v uunn .", iesee in the ease oi N icholas scharll Sons et at', vs. John W. Fry, all credi tors or claimants of the defendant, John v I'n- 'u-k lii-rehv notified to Drove and iilt: their claims against said defendantin :1ie by calling at my oiLee. ,hiy ju-(1 (,,u.h ii Uom ;lve -ieeisto be paid in cash, the jmi n (Uerk and Master. oOl inoi PrK ,V' ' ; toexecutenotesbear- interest from date of su.e en- the de " nrd payments with approve,! personal "n -dtrae's of land and town lotas 'urther security. ThisOctoher:, l' ,,onuiSi rieri: a i M pv . v , :-.. i.r. . . . i i r.v a. v. r.owLKs, Deputy Clerk and .Master. CATll.i: rou SALE. I will s. 11 110 head of cattle cheap, i l i .,f Ton ,nul mi! '0 lieial iM to 'lsl(1 ! -m i. mi i i i:!iHnr,iiii All dehorned I in. ). ut .lM r . 1 ,,,.,1 !,r .,l l,v 1 hii'hum bull. Jil. A. 1 Kv, , .JA'.vun. Tear. i i ly t' 3Iiss Ocie Dolan, of r.lclvenzie, has returned home after spending a few days here with relatives. William Brewer, of Waverly, a First Tennessee Iiegiment boy, is visiting his parents near Wyly. Marshal E. G. Flowers has mov ed to the Hatley place, which he bought of Mrs. Boswell last week. Miss Mable Fuller gave a birth-' day anniversary entertainment to her young friends Monday evening. The Camden and Big Handy bands played for the speaking and big Democratic rally at Waverly day. When his new improvements aro completed Will Bateman will have one of the most desirable dwe.uugs in the city. The meeting at the .Methodisl. Church continues, and good results 11 1. i - 1 1 . ..vtl-ll Will surei v iouov, . ii. ii i uu i v n in is needed here, and earnest effort will bear irood ir.'f- aro of the well-known Keifer vari ety, and are the finest of the kind we have ever seen in this locality. Mr. Bresson is one of the most suc cessful fruit growers in the county, aval he has sold several wagon loads of pears hero this season. Hon. M. II. Meeks, of Nashville, Democratic elector for the Sixth Cone-ressioual District, will speak at the court-houso iu Camden on Monday. November 5, 1900. Every one should remember the date and come out and hear him. Mr. Meeks For Infants and Children. Bears the, .$f Z" The "X" on your paper indicates that your time of subscription to The OunoxiCLE has expired, ;and your paper will be stopped unless renewed at once. W e hopo our subscribers, upon finding the "X" on their paper will kindly renew their subscriptions promptly. Tho time is hot far distant when a farm in Benton County will lim ply mean a fortune to its possessor. 1..11,t M,, limn IC rllf it. n . l.'MH is an able lawyer, and is at present oniv known. no i j i - " j a member of tho St ate senate. No member of that body had nioro to do with the reform measures adopt ed than Mr. Meeks, who took an ac tive part in abolishing the judges and attorney-generals and placing coal oil inspectors and sjmo other ollleials on a salary. YTe have seen tho frail infanl when the faint, struggle for exist ence seemed almost ended, resusci tated and made strong by the use of YZhite's Cream Vermifuge. Price. 25 cents. Sold by all druggists. : All agents of The Ciiuontclg a::, Two communications are crowd-j required to remit the full a mat".' - I oat t'-;s w-:-1-. . vf our club'ra.te subseriotiei- WEKNKY i A' AU.a ., , ,i-vdi.ei!"rs tor cein.laiua f .