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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Increase of Taxes.
CITY ITEMS.
It iff Sandy Advertisements.
i in Canidcn.
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Horn, to the wife of C. C. V lck, twin
daughter.
A rnf.a 1 l.-o PHtuli ulitnont mU Mr
m u w v r wv vuauvij H 11 v uv ' i
i ( Joseph Williams, of Huntingdon, was
here Sunday.
. The census enumerators begin their
work Monday.
' Camden is infested with, an unusual
ijL number oi fleas.
v Xa&gv I C. Scruggs spent th first of
f oie week iii I'auiss.
. 1 Illden Enwhiny returned to Ma homo
,r5 fai, lliistow Monday.
' y A. J. SauiitLers made a flying: visit to
-L Huntingdon Wednesday.
) Mrs. J. I Jones has hecn somewhat
indisposed since Sunday.
Miss Cassie Maiden is visiting rela
tive and friends at Big Sandy.
i . . neat fence lias been erected around
the residence of J. 0. Hudson.
There will be a foot-washing service
at Flat Woods Church Sunday.
After & slight illness W. E. McEae is
able to attend to business again. .
Thomas H. Batewan, the furniture
man, went to Nashville Tuesday.
E. O. George is visiting friends and
relative at Huntingdon this week.
Jasae&Wyly, th drraamer,. was here
interviewing onr merchants Mot-day.
Trofessor and Mrs. H. W. Mannon
have both been indisposed this week.
nrii ;0 Wn AaMVDvai iviil.l.
W 41 nAw mRidn of Thomas H.
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An enioyabie musical was given ai tne
residence of Dr. F. C. Whitueld lues-
I
day evemner.
a w.-a m at
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Fulton Miss Nome Lashlee returned
home last week.
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donbtiess be sumiv aiieuaeu u iub pre?-
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Clerk and master, Tom C. Eve, pub-
lisbes two sale naices tnia wees, sale
takes place th tirst Monaay uj uiy.
Saturday's storm failed to demolish
the old tumble-down "Hartley building
fluent corner of th snuare.
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Ii: M "'kl. lnrtr.r. K.o
iiusa jtjiiw vwamwcio, uiuuci,iii
returned homo, after having spent sev-
:.v .i- .w:o thia
r,
All the children of the Cumberland
rrosbytenan ounaay scuooi aie re-
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quested to be in attendance next bun-
day.
Frank Bivens has thecontract of
.,-T,tinr AfrR Snrah FlfwPr8 new resi-
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m.vl. .
There will be singing at Liberty next
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Dunoay. umuvi wo y
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grounds, and au enjoy a We time is an-
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Mr. W. x . Harrison, of Holladay, was
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a pleasant caller at The Chronicle ot-
fice last Monday, and left an order for
some printing.
The farmers are no longer complain-
. ... 11 -1 A-l.-' -J
:ng oi the weauier, anu axe au-
vantage of the present pleasant days m
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niill-irirp i-n hair orTQin
Those of our readers who remember
Rev. R- P. Mitchell, will regret to learn
that he died at Lula, Ky., last March,
after a lingering illness.
Miss Mintie Dodson, of South Cam-
den, Las been spending a few days with
relatives m Little Rock, Ark. bhe wiii
probably return iiome mis wees.
Tlia Tifffmlivillti C!l-.ftttanooj?a. and St.
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r ::ZZLZ::ZZ
on their depot building in South Cam-
A
Hv. J. W. Mount, of McKenzie. con-
ducted services at the Cumberland Pres
by teriari uhurch, at this plaeelast Sun-
day morning, and Rev. H. W. Mannon
conducted evening services.
As the spring session of the Benton
Seminaiy is drawing to a close quite a
number of the students have dropped
n-n.l xttk ova inlnrmflA TA YWmllrt fill-
vu , r -r w.7.- x.-.-.--
tertainment will be given at the close,
as was tU intention.
Mr TT A.. d Tmukville. stent a
few daya-ol tkts. and last week mixing
with Camden friends. He is off from
business lor few weeks, and came down
in searcli of pleasure, and says Camden
is a very pleasant place to him. Ah,
there t
v
. Misses Minnie, Eva, and Tom Fussell,
Bertha Hagler, and Ida McRae, and
Messrs. E. M. McAuley, S. L. Teeler,
W. H. Forrester, W. E. McRae, and
Frank McMurray went to Big Sandy
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vesteraayio auenume ciobiugcitiumco
i k t . .1 11. . .1..: A.K.v.n
f the school at that place.
Tax Assessor McAulev has fin-
islied tlio assessment list, and says
Ul. : . '11 1 1 il.
I lUViVUUV V AAA V ItV A-LJJ Ul At V I A
. i i - i I'll u. ill iu l ll l 1 1 uu lliuil l
$100,000.
The board of equalizers, E. C.
Hubbs, G. C. Camp, A. P. Lashlee,
and D. J. McRae, will meet next
Monday.
E. M. McAuley, Dentist
Tlio gentleman whoso name feat
the head of this is too well laiaw to
require any recommendation from
us. His card appears in another
column, in which he makes dates
for Camden, Holladay, and Big
Sandy. Read his card, and if you
need any first-class dental work
call on him.
Clean up
,
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Pr6ini56S.
Every citizen in Camden should
clean his premises and disinfect
all out-houses, and do everything
possible to improve the sanitary
condition of the town. The winter
was too mild to kill the germ3 of
disease and unless we improve the
sanitary condition of the place we
may look-out for epidemics and
other diseases to prevail to an un-
usual degree among the people of
Camden.
The ric ma hath a lean conscience
J- M- Dead-
1 he report has been circulated
that J M BeU f ormerlv a resident
t-i-i vjav-u
nf thin n nro rliprl nf his hnme hmt
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ainesvme, ex.t oaturaay nigut,
h0 24-th instant, and that his wife
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18 60 low "er recoverv 18 douDttuL
"We regret the death of Mr.
rRwll nn.1 nrft ininwl bv tlio ntiro
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communitv in extending svmpathv
a Df ot'.l-fl fo. on?
to the gnef-strickei wife and
cnuurvn, auu wisnmg mai sue win
regain ner nealtn.
m:i
Best assortment of gents' neckwear in
w T,.T i,i - t ,
no uttvc iiau. tmv ui mice iuiu-
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TJiaims iroiii star-rouie post-oinces
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III I1H Ml 1J1 liV IH1 Mill 1 i I
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The Chronicle not reaching them.
ryye have spoken to the Camden
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TX)Stmaster m regard to the matter
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Tr-r tnn mrrnrPTiT. nncTnm ppo nnn
that the non-delivery of the mail
is tnrougn no iauit oi nis. v e
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Pl ail m the Camden post,
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nm 'R in limn rnr r niiwrnn ir iruu s
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pararuay sometimes rnaay ana
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more oi it. However, the packages
are delayed or lost somewhere and
wo hereby ask post-masters in this
county to notify us in writing when
th fail to receive The CHRONICLE
J
ftt the mi re
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fer the matter to the proper author-
x
ities at "Washington and have it
investigated.
Died From His Injuries.
Hugh "W. Bickley, ft brakeman
on the Nashville, ChutLauooga, and
gt Louis Raiiway, met with a fatal
,Mai.D ,ioii. T
I cm t sh i
Station, 4 mues west lrom amcien.
He attempted to go from the top of
onf car to another ftnd theX nt
being of the same height he missed
his foting and fell between them,
J In falling he by some means man-
aged to throw himself out from the
cars so as avoid falling under the
wheels and being instantly killed,
He was not missed until the train
reachetl Camden, when it was run
back n gearch of p f w&g
.
pickedup a short d stance east
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from LlPe Rnd brought to this
PlaCe 0ue ann and seVeral his
ribs were broken a0d his body oth-
Wis uruisecu
Dr. Eye, of Nashville, came down
and gave him all the medical at-
tention possible, but nothing could
be done to save his life. He lin
ered until V ednesdav when he
ied.
Bickley was about twenty-five
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fvuie.
Don't foriret that Cunningham, the
Photographer, will do you first-class work
HI rC'UMUllilUIB pnCeS. U
A complete line of the latest style mil
linery goods, at Miss Ann E. Wilson's, tf
A rooster is known by the comp-henny
he keeps.
Call and see the Walter A. Wood har
vesting machines, sold at Yinnsrfc Nobles
Big Sandy, Tenn. They are the best man-
ufactnred. , 6-1 in
'
Jf yon want a good mower, call on Her-
rin & Batenian and buy the Buckeye.
Meals at all hours, at Mrs. Farmer's.
Full stock brogan shoes $1.
tf Hkukin & Batkman.
Go to Morris for ladies and gents hats.
TlrpBQ-malrinrr in oil ifa Itrandiaa oi
Hudson, Hatley & Bros. tf
When you want the best harvesting
machines, buy the Walter A. Wood, sold
by Youn8 & Nobles, Big Sandy, Tenn.
Go to Morris for lawns at 3 cents per
yard. tf
Go to Mrs. Harriett Farmer for choice
Sroceries, cigars, and fresh canned goods.
8nd a fat Pocket-book
Go to Morris for clothing, mens' suits
from $3.50 to $20. tf
Hemn & Bateman have a nice hne.of
Florence Palterns. tf
Go to Mrs. Fannie Thompson ir you
want a late style hat at low prices. She
keeps a full line of late styles. tt
Mr. Editor: I don't need an advertise-
ment to th58 maRnificent o
gQ0(JS( but W(Jnt to help our pappr
tf W.P.Morris.
town, at Herrin & Bateman's. tf
Sewing circles are sometimes gather
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mgs where dresses are sewed and char
&cte ripped.-Boston Courier.
Go to Morris for full-stock mens' shoes
for 95 cents.
Photographs f 2 and f 3 per dozen ; gems
n- i t..i-i : i ii i .
-J ceius eacn ; ai uimuignain , me pno-
tographer, South Camden. It
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woman might just as well ho about
her ace as to have evervbodv think she
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1 vjOt guuivi inx; uuuiuai
to call and examine her stock of late style
hats, trimmings, etc., at low cash prices
Canton Liiwns, 4 cents; Sunrise, 5.
tf IIkruin & Bateman
Fresh bread every day at Mrs. Harriett
Farmer's. tf
Young men, Herrin & Bateman's is the
place to get your fine suit. tf
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The millinerv denartment at Hudson
Hatlev & Bros, is in charce of Misses
Hicks and Hagler, oi McKenzie. If you
want a tie, adiiically trimmed hat
call on them. tt
Call on Herrin & Bateman and examine
their stock of laces and Vandyke points
When a red-headed woman gets mad
don't, look at her head ; watch your own
W. P. Morris is three jumps ahead on
all classes of goods, wares, and merchau
dise. - tf
Herrin k Bateman is the place to buy
your window curtains. tf
Cunningham at the depot is prepared
to serve the public with firpt-class photo
graphs and tin-types. Give him a call
Examine the Brill Shoes, at Ilcjrin &
Bateman's. tf
Fair-View Plaids, 6 cents.
tf Herrin & Bateman.
Go to Morris for everything you want
usually kept in a first-class store. tf
Mr. Editor:-We don't advertise our
gouuH to neip me paper aione, our 10 lei
rtoirtla Itiau U'liara Jlmv on ivar tVta Vrnct
I r r nunc vuu w iuu uvoi
g0oas nt me lowest prices
tf Herrin & Bateman.
WE HAVE JOST OPENED
AT
BIG SANDY, TENN.,
A larpo stock of Hardware. Agricultural Implements, mul Family Groceries,
HKK.Kui lenuessee miaous, uouo v ans, name ss
We are agents for tlie Wai.tkk A. Woni Harvest! iiu Machine, the best, on the imtik-i-t
Our kooiU will be Bold at verv reasonable prleeH, mul w will I w wry grateful to the cltl.cijs of
Big Handy und surrounding country for u share of their patronage, promising to do hh well by them
as anybody.
WE HAVE COME TO STAY, AND WANT YOUIt CUSTOM. (ilVK US A TRIAL,
Our salesman, Mr. J. F. I'ikjue, will alway hetad to wait mm the trade.
Your Mentis,
YOU NG & NOBLES.
Camden Advertisement.
T. HI: BATEMAF,
IS KKCKIVINU
Furniture, Buggies, Carts, Trunks,
CLOCKS, STOVES, WALL-l'AVEll, ETC., EVERY WEEK,
Give Him a Call. Went xlde Court Square, Camden t Tenn
n a
inuBil pin i
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CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
H. Farmer, IJ. F. Hatley, W. H. Meadow, Alex. Adams.
W. O. Hatley, Simon Nobles,
T. C. Rye, H. F. Stigall,
J. N. bimpson. B. F.
J, H. Farmer, President. H. F. Stigall,
Receives deposits, makes loans, and
Prompt attention
HERRIN &
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
Clothing, Hats and Caps,
BOOTS and SHOES,
and General Merchandise
SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE, CAMDEN, TEXNESSEK
tsTop !
We also carry a line
1 -.cm.
A Qen
I em a Leap peed or Competition
In the race for business, because 1 have
the largest stock of dry goods and no
tions, dress goods, lawns, challies, Per
sian mulls, China silks and all kinds of
millinery goods, white goods, and in
fact every thing desirable in ladies'
goods. A fine line of shoes and boots,
clothing, hats and caps, Jind straw
goods of all kind Also the Walter A
Wood Mowers and Rakes, New Home
and other sewing machines, furniture,
etc. Give me a call my prices are as '
low as the lowest.
JERRY THOMPSON,
1:2m. SOUTHEAST CORKER SQUARE. CAMDEN, TENN.
Railroad.
TIME
The tollowliiR time card shows the arrival of
null and expiv sh trains, at Camden, of the Nasli
ville, Clmttaitoof.'ii, and .St. Imms Kuilway. Iu
effect May 8, 181M);
No. M, mail, west 0.1! a.m
o r'. mail, east
No. K, ex nress. west.
4.'.'!) i. m
10.43 n.m
No. 54, express, east 8
.41 a.m
Professional.
DR. E. M. M'AULEY,
DENTIST.
OFFICE OVER McPAXIEL & FUVS STOKE
Camden, Tenn.
Will hereafter spend the first and tldrd weeks
of each monll) in Camden; the second week at
ISig Sandy; and the third at Holiaday. O.Gin.
We carry a good
ami now wear.
rn in
tfusi Kompani
A. J. Farmer. A. C. McRae,
D. M. Farmer, M. A. .Hatley,
Ross, A. R. (James.
Vice-President. A. CV-McEae, Cashier.
does a general banking business.
given collections. 1 : tf.
BATEMAN,
Buckeye Mowers
W. Brill Shoes.
of Staple Groceries.
Railroad.
ARE
ARE
ARE
ARE
YOU
YOU
YOU
YOU
GOING
GOING
GOING
GOING
SOUTH ?
NORTH ?
EAST?
WEST?
IF 80 TAKE T1IK
(Ix)uisville and Nashville Railroad.)
AM) VOU WILL K CABRIKI THROVOH WITH
THE MAXIMUM OF SPEED!
THE MAXIMUM OF COMFOltT t
THE MAXIMUM OF SAFETY!
-A'
THE MINIMUM OF RATES!
When buying tickets be sure to ask for and be
eertJftn that they read via. louUville ami Nasle
ville Itailroad,
C. V. Atmorf,
General I'assenKer Aent
Louisville, Kjf

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