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A (hi N f - M.n ., (. I' C' til l S It l; l Wm Kt.V AT C!WV, TfNS. INIfllOAlf MI)fNSkH-()NI) r LAM VI AIL MAT It H IU nIM.SS ANS(l M Mil. NT, Till' Stllixi-I Ipl ii.ll 1 ki. i,f 1 UK ClIHONIi f.K Is f l.iKI I- Ji'.u ; Ml it uli f . I s niiiiillit; (Tills WCHK OF AN ANARCHIST. U,,l:tiul ,uvnnn- l.i Hi !...,!,.. ' ri i i V, III be f ,OW!l. I'rf-lilfur Wllli.ioi Mf KI nl v hh.. l'n Iff , . lihl Hi ttnl ,il.i, N.V. 1 ll" '('iij)ltf Of J,rltil t.,Ulllty Hiiil'i r iitmiicially ly 1 1 1 o iinpcift i t l'rcKiilctil, Will'mm MeKinloy wns and fiulty road system, to my notli- flliot, twice lit J'liir.'ilo, N. V., Friday i n nf tlie j ull ic f ii m!ri vc art' h J n mi nt lust vt( k. The President nnd in" nnnuidly in nliedieiiro to tli" re- puly w rr( t'C't'iviiiL!: lit tljo t''iii)h' (juircnii'iitH of n law, which takes ! "n'.'"""! ',"' 'V'''" f"s"u'1V;"ll"'i'""1 of music at 1 ho exposition. While from the people labor nnd money III illlVil K'C. All M:ll..'l III Imii ml In , i, Li, l v ' ' Btopiicil at fii itn.li i, l,;n ,;ti nr. Obit mi i y aii, I i in liar in,; l.'iH s ill Im Rt tin- rati' of :i l i nts nt-r Im they were shukinLr hands with the and jivt H them nothing in return. irtiHlfui I ,...1. It.,.. n ,,...11 ill".;......! t-l ,ti I Ttifiit'fwf In 1 1 1 . inii'iimtn4 in ii .i . i- Wt' ill f il I lllMl I I I'i'V I ,n II HH nni 'I nilltil' itm u in mh. hi'mi nn ii n in- r.u-Ht.t (iis.i.. and lucai avciUsiiKii ..iK'ii. or nppronehrd and extended hin edy home of the evil.-t of the pystf-m K.'uscDii.Mnihi.'iitN.imaiiiiaiiiriioiHiiii'siioim l ft hand, which l'rebideiit .IcKin- has broadened and deepened until t.r iui.n.- imi.-1-.-h.i me it..i,i.t v,.asnm iM. j,,., n aclinl forth to (irnsp. Ah he the leadimr citizens of the coartmu- rcHM,iisil,niiy ,,i tliecxiursiliiiH contained in all Biicli ciiiiiiihiiik atiniii ami aitirl. "(pul.iislu il. (11(1 BO, 1 110 I1HIU, WIlO ll,'Ul a lUUHl- lllty IlHVO reSOlVeU TO IIIKC UIO lit '1 111 ..S; kcrchM around his rfcbt hand, of expediency into their own hands, rlskortiii'si ii.iiT. fired twico in muck Kiiocession. for awhile at h ast, and till the hails All remittance s unit business crmViiunlcatlons L, , . . , . , ,i i i -ii 4i , fthoiild lie si'iit to TUAY1S BUOS. villi bllOl bUUCIv win i I t'biueil l HI Ot lilt! fcllip, wi lu bpeuu, wuii uu- I'cli ph.iiii' jx Camden. Ti'im. t.hn left lirrnst nnd the other tier, fresh fiir of cooil Diirtiose and CXO- I - - - -. . . . .. i l o i - i forated llm KtniniLch. tiassini' en- rntion. rHIL)AY,Si:PTEM15Ell 13,1001. til.fcly tlv0Wrru AVbile it is conceded that roads, Tho name of the President's as- good roads, can not be produced im- Baliant is Loon C.olgosz, and he is mediately by legislative enactment, from Cleveland, O. lie is a rabid it is true that a plan can bo devis anarchist, and gives no motive for ed and tho beginning of a system his fiendish deed save bis oath in of roads can be made that will give this organization. Ho is supposed tho people something for the mdn- A reform i- i ? ii.. i , ft r t.i k " : . t NAIFEH BROS., Proprietors. CAMDEN, TLNN. Our Mr. S. M. IMaifeh has searched the markets for all the latest and most Fashionable Goods of all kinds, which arc now on display at the Pcw York Store. You arc invited to como and examine them and get prices. We are satisfied that we can please you in any line. : i : ! t v 1 "I CANDIDATE ANNOUNCEMENTS. For advertisement!! under tlils head our juices are cash In advance. '0 U ATTO KNEV-Ci UN KUA t,. MAUR We Hre iiuthmbed to .iiiikhiiio Mr. a.m. Mark ot iiiMiry comity as a rand i Lite for to have drawn the lot of murder- ey and time'expended riecuiiu vu mo oiiu't; or Aiioiiiey-iidiinrai 01 inc ii i -i j. i i l 1 1 . i ,rii . iisui,t,'.K,osedo t!iec.untieson;eiitl,n.( ar- lnn the President. is needed, and the people must bo- roll, CroeUett, Cibson, Haywood and ltenry. Huliject tu the action of the Democratic party. Czolgosz admits that ho is an an- gin it, archist, and says he is of Polish na- Every good citizen should attend ArD1K-WoBroa,,,,,(),"lz,!,,tno He was at ouce seized the meeting to-morrow night and i . i . i,ik (ii viiiison lonniy as a candidate , , , , W VV Willi I' f'.....il.. ... ... it dxirrt 111 VI ll,.-llll ,I,11ILV 11 it lM II U Lie I .-..I .... for re-elect ion to tin; oitico of Attorneys ienirai and held until oilicers readied him, participate in the movement winch llenry. Subject to the action of the Democratic LflOU to the poilCO Station, Where ho is securely confined. ron county ji'ikjk. At lirst it was thouirht that 1 res party. MORRIS We arc authorized to announce V T. Mourns as a candidate for election to the of- j ed, but the physicians ill attend Taylor's IJnckcye Tile Ointment U not a panacea, nut is n'cuincniu'U lor uniiii, blt'editiL' or protruding piles, and it will ideut McKinloy was fatally wound- cure the most obstinate cases. I'ri- e. f0 ceuts in bottles, lubes, o cents. Sold lice of County Judge of I'.eiiton County, subject to the will of the Democratic party. Primary election Saturday, November :so, I'.kjI . ron ciuci it cockt clkuk. WATSON We are authorized to announce I., It. Watson as a candidate for re-election to the otllcd of Circuit Court Clerk of Ilenton County, subject to the will of the Democratic party. Pri mary election Saturday, November 30, rjoi. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. COOPER We are authorized to announce W D. Cooi'EU as a candidate for election to the of fice of County Court Clerk of P.enton County, subject to the will of the Democratic party. Pri mary election Saturday, November 30, rjoi . ance say now there is every reason to look for his speedy recovery. While they have not announced positively that he will get well, they all seem sure of it. The Chronicle is pleased to an nounce to its readers this opinion of the President's physicians, and we hope that a great calamity has been averted. by all druggists. I'Olt SAI.K CHEAP. A bouse and lot in Ilolladay, Teun., known as the N. 11. Woods property; lot contains 2 acres; close to school ; a real bargain. Apply to C. V. Hawi.ey, Camden, Tenn. INSOLVENT NOTICE. !i it I! Ladies' Capes. We have the lara-sl and best line of I, adies' (iipi-s and ('ollatetts that was ever brought to Camden, from 75 cents to $7.50. Miss es Jacket .adies k'wli You Hhotild not fail to hih our line of Ladies' Skirts, most any filyle and price, from $1.00 to f.'i 0O. AVe also have a nice line of Mioses' Jackets, from $1.C0 t'. 00. Dress Good s. All the latest styles in Ladies' Dress Goods for Fall and Winter, at a very low price. We have an exlra nice line of Shirt Waist Flannel, all colors. Men Underwear 1 L'oO suits of Men's Fleeced Lined Fnderwear, Koin at a bargain. If you need anything in this line, you should call and see tia and et our rj prices before making your jiurcliuse. Shoes! Shoes! Our Full and Winter line of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shot a is tho most complete ever brought to Cam den. Don't fail to come and pee us when you want 8ho(s. Wo can certainly please you in style and price. Clothing. 10!) suit? of Heady Made Clothing for Men and Hoys. 100 OvcrcoatH. 1,"00 pair of Pants. a Knouidi for every man and boy in the county to yet a bargain. We pmirantee a perfect (it to every one. If you want a bargain in cloth ing, cail and pee us. We guarantee to save you money. tpirr'- FOR SHERIFF. Chronicle will be found the aa nntmppmptit, rf R. 1). Mrr!nrf1. wbrv Ml'Cmm Wfl firn ffmfrlmviTnrl tr niiniiiinna 1? I " D.McCokd as a candidate for election to the of- IS a Candidate tor Sherilt 01 JJenton 55 2 TTkXZ bounty, subject to the action of the Saturday, November 30, 1901 The insolvency of the estate of William Lynch, deceased, having been suunested by nie to the clerk of the county court of Ilenton County, Ton- ricsHce, all persona bavins claims against said estate are hereby notified to file the same with o.)i.t mlti.uitin'ifi-wl in tlia miifiimr iiriiurM'ili. Elsewhere in this issue of THE eubyawmorbeforetiheLDthdiiyof December next, or the same will be forever barred both in law and canity. This the 10th day of September, H ..' f "Tl I -W' c"r v XTX St .uUyi. M.WiL, IU" d) - 4 I f MA v. '-' J J: WW FOR SHERIFF. l. v.vAA i..v.t.t.A.VVivS.Jj.:. :..Av.L.-..;.'-A..j.a.V:.....j v.:.l.X.ii. J The Kind You Hav Always 1 Sought lias borne the signa ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and lias been ma do nnucr hisi personal supervision lor over tfO jears. Allow no ono to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-jrood' arc but Experiments, and endanger tho health of Children llvi)ericnco against Experiment. JI. A. FKY, Administrator. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. Democratic party. Mr. McCor J is one of the strongost, most faithful Democrats in the county, and his SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND. J. D. Rice vs. Anslom Menzies. Ky virtue of a venditioni exponas in my hands, issued by L. It. Watson, clerk of the cireuitcourt In this issue Of THE CHRONICLE 110minat0n ld b but a Bma11 of Kenton Tennessee, I will on . ,i i-n e w T-k recognition of Ins excellent services monday, septemkkr 23, 1901, wo ureiseui me miuje 01 1 rui. iy . u. . ,t - vTr m l his Under his familiar expose to public sa,e to the highest bidder for UOOper as a Candidate for the Office ,..,, cash, at the court-house door In Camden, Ten- e , , , , p ( name Ot "JLJud MCUord, he IS Well nensee, the followinR tract of land belonnins to OI COUnty COUrt CierK. 1 rOieSSOr , . , , . Anslom Menzies. the same belni! situated in the n c uuu iitvuiuuiy tuowu 11 ma uy puns t,t ,,,, iv,, , ,,,.;. ,,, 1,,,,,,,.,. r,,,.. T(. (jOoner IS a VOUn? man of manv J J 1 thirteenth ciul dlstnet of lenton county, len- . .. , of the COUntv. To tllOSe Who are nessee, and described as follows: Bounded on - uu .wuuwuu vw v . - . - t - , lite 1IIH 1 11 uy ilium r:, nil 1 lit- awiu 11 u v i"'i, v'ii im- ery qualification necessary to the acquainted with him, we can say J i . J Conscientiously that W6 believe ll6 lJU'd being levied upon subject to the home- niliner OI tne important DOSltlOn tO ... . " stead rights of Anslom IMenzies. The same was I -r ill ,- r I" v rrMi r nn to f n 1 t h t 11 I n it 1 I . . . 1 1.. is Castoria is a. liarmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is PJeasant. It contains neither Opium, JMorphino nor other jS'ar-otie substance.. Its ae is its guarantee. It destroys Y.rms and allays Eeveri.shjness. It cures Diarrhoea nnd Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation ami Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, rejrulates tho Stomaeli and Dowels, jrivinr healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought n a 14 1 f iiears tne signature ci if. wuiL,u ud uopuco. xjyjiu. auu itui- tt V' :i: court of Ilenton Count v at the Anirust term. 1001. ed in old Benton, he knows her u.UUA5i l0 saUsfy a jndt m favor of j. n. nice ami 1 t . t i ii i zen, a Solid man of affairs, Upright, against Anslom Menzies for the sum of oboto noon nnrl id noenhor h? titroii ' ' O ' . ij I 1.1 1 Ai v v fc i? i;wwiiiii 1 uvvuui I, 1111 1 , j , . 1 niwl nnsr 11. 1 t t 1CVCI-UCUUOU UUU UUiJCjUlCUllUUH ill Thj Aiio-llot "ft ioni in evfirv senRft. for the discharrre of inm August -ti.iooi. ihA rosrv-iriKi h ft dnt,if nf o mrk 0 -. lie has never been what is termed rrotessor cooper oegan nis eauca- , . ,t. SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND. tmn nt Kior NnnHv nml in 1S'4 h ' J - "J ' : it i . . entered Bchool at Murray, Ky., for uco u.luoe "owdy vs. uave Hendersnot. ;ponas in my hands, : of the circuit court Clpal of the graded SCllOOl at Cold- . ,.,., , of Ilenton County, Tennessee, 1 will on , rr 4. 14. i-i euwitu tne county oiniscnuanoou, i Will make yOU a Safe, faithful and condemned and ordered to. be sold by the circuit 23 10 K. E. FKY, Sheriff. V Ml-. In Use For Over 30 Years. THE CtNTftOR COMPBNV, TT MUBRftV STREET, NEW VOBK CITY. wofnr 1Zt IiflrA 1, tonfylit nntil w n"u,UBWU1"' ulu"ui MONDAY. SEPTES1BEK 23. 1901. T ' IQOr it n 6 i i and he respectfully requests yOU to expose to public sale to the highest bidder, for January, lSJb. ne tnen entered Bnnnrt. a cash, at the court-house door m Camden, Tcn- the Southern Normal University, b," .7 . "t " ncsee, the foiiowinK tract of land belonging to , , , . . .. candid consideration. navollendershot.the same being situated in the Wnere ne COmpietea tne SCientlUC eighth civil district of Benton County, Tennes- course. In 1808 he was elected good koads movement. s,t' -J""1 (lscriVot3 .as row: tl,5"un,fr,l 0,1 t,,e ! I north by Blanchett, on the south by Wilson, on principal Ot the Jienton beminary, . the west by Moore and on the east by Keed. Said x-1 j;n lbK A Call has been ISSUed for a meet- land contains six acres, more or less, and will be wuiuu pu&itiuu u eua uuiuo, ua n,Va r 1 m W sWoct to the homestead rights of Pave honor to himself aild to Benton ilJ a" wuul'w Uendershot. The same was condemned and or- I 11 J 1 it I ll.. 11 m.., A. . 1 II. . ..ii t.. .;x. -e xi. I niilllt tO .G1SCUS8 tll6 TOaCl OUeStlOU. oerea 10 oe soiu uy me circun couri 01 iieiuon ty as wen. in spue oi tne tA , coun 1? START THE TWENTIETH CENTURYlKlGHTi! WirilTE WITH J CEIsTTTJ-Xy "' " t'" L'" ""'' I'hi T jTiwii iir j-'K lf y fit lr- r"1i"li I "Hr'liir Mr ll irti' riinwi ii f iii - " "tfrfJ coun County at the August term, t!K)l,to satisfy a . tudg- 23-10 K. E. FKY, Sheriff. moaner advantages of his bovhood Ihe meetinS will be attended by mentin favor of j. v. Dowdy and against Dave meager advantages or nis ooyuoou coai.;TirT 0p n10 intnr iiendershotfortimsumof sws ami cost. days, which were spent on the farm, " . " This August 20, 1001. Professor Cooper is a self-made , , I tt f possible to be had, and they have . , , 1 , -n been patiently comparing ideas and stock, and has always been a Dem- 1 J . L 0 . , TX . 1 ., plans with the view of making sug- ocrat. He is an exemplary citizen, v 1 , , . , . i gestions that will be easily under- ) D ' I I 1 , .1 ..i. III. l IK.. 1 T X-.,l.w, ,.l.,.l- ,.r !,. .iv.,,.,f -, ,. 11 1 . btUOU, tlUU CttU UO CUii ieU Ulll WilU iul-u i'.t 1.. ii, . ui.v.ii, iicm ui nic uiuiit ivui i prompt aUU active in ail OUSlIiess , of i;enton County, Tennessee, 1 will on w v w "l ' MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1001. The roads are in a bad Condition, expose to public sale to the highest bidder, for nn,l ihn. udmccHit f, o nloi'n -nr-an cash, at, the COUl't-llOllse door 111 Caill(lei), Tcil- 1 71 I iins'f the in umiiL' trnrt. of l'liid lii'loui'iiif tnl tical, well devised plan 1 the matter all recogniz.6. Double Feed Fountain Pen. Fitted with a 1 6 Kt. Gold Pen. Fully warranted. Prico reasonable. The double feed makes it the most reliable pen on the market. The editor of this paper will show you styles and prices. He will make you a special prico in connection with a subscription to his paper. AGTGXiLts Wanted. CENTURY PEN CO., Whitewater, Wis. SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND. J. F. Dowdy vs. A. Brewer. By virtue of a venditioni exponas in my hands- I IS transactions. His present aspira tions are the outgrowth of a demand of his many friends, and he submits I I I I i ill till 111L,11VIU LV" . k. , . . i 1 1 T. ,. , tical, Well devised plan tO remedy A. ihewer, the same being sitiuited in theelghth 1113 Claims to tne JJOUiuciuuu vutexa civil district of Benton County, Tennessee, and of Benton County with the con Bciousness that his good record as U man, ua icutuvi L,!Com ,1rt00 t Ar, sold Hubjcct to the homestead rights of A. Brew- id favorable rj "7 roaus, is astonisumg to tnose wno described as follows; Bounded on tho north by The amount of money thrown I'-rown, on the south by Bafford, on the east by J I', IT. .... I .mil ,11. flu ..-..it K.r l'ii....il.. away each ypar under the present f land 'contains about ntty acres,' and wm'be entitles him to a fair ant consideration at their hands. havt) not studied the question, and Look us up in the brick near the this great drain must be stopped, or eormn' i,f flu stiuarc so directed that results of some er. The sunie was condemned and ordered to be sold by the circuit court of Benton County at the August term, inoi, to satisfy a judgment in favor of .1. F. Dowdy and against A. Brewer for the sum of i'M- and cost. Tins August 20, l'Ad. 2ti-W E. L. FKY, sir;;; Nine Tenths of all the People Suffer from a Diseased Liver, HERBINE. Pure Juices from Natural Roots. REGULATES tha liver, Stomach end Bowels, i a Clsanses tha System, Purifies tha Elect!, CURES Listeria, EiHousnsss, Constipation, Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion. imj Estlls Z':zizi:i ta G'va SatisfastiCa. ZiAIlGK BOTTLK, - SUAZiIiBOSB. I'rice, CO Cents. Prepared by JAMES F. 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