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Drugs, Met Urines, tr.
Hanking.
MORE OH LLSS AMUSING.
A f-'(iiir.!iii vi!' uny 1, amialno,
tl: ity;h nl rt-ays lokiis cr ss. - )os
ton Con ri .
Is thi' ninn with n shady charae
ler any cooler than oilier folks?
Chicago ( llol)c.
The frigid youni lady exerts
licrsclf to prove that slio is nn ice
tfii'l." C'oinniercial JVilletin.
The sii-ar liianufacturer exer-ci-es
a refining influence in the
c;iinmuiity- Boston Courier.
t'oiitraiy to some people's sup
position, coal oil is not found in
quartz.--Terre Haute Express.
"I acknowledge the corn," said
the her,, "but it sticks in my
crop." - Jjinhainpton Leader.
Tins y.nv the Miminrifl is too
sweet f -v anything, exc-pt the sum
lner man. - 3aHiino'-e American.
"This is my night out," said the
gentleman who quit loser on the
poker game. - Washington Post.
The first question a lawyer asks
idxmt a case is whether it is feas
ible. inghampton Republican.
A new color is coming into fash
ion. It is called " saloon red" and
is much used for decorative pur
poses. Life.
"I'm in t in it,'' was the pr.hnl
remark of the 1-mou. wiih a sorj
f ul glaa:? at the circr.s lemonade.
Lowell Citizen.
"Has your girl a keen sense of
ihe rediculous?" "Yes, she laughs
nil the time I am with her." De
i roit Free Press.
AVhen a girl dislikes her suitor
tdie steels h r heart against him.
When sht. liks him she lets him
fcti-al it. Jiinghampton Leader.
An Indian, named Iron Moccasin ,
lives at Fort Pierre. . The young
braves ihere must be afraid to call
on his daughter. Chicago Post.
It was an Austin girl who mar
ried at fifteen, so that she could
have her golden wedding when it
would do her some good. Texas
Sittings.
She: It will be a pleasure for me
to sh are your troubles and anxieties.
He: liiti I haven't any. She: Oh,
you will have when we are mar
ried. - Lite.
)r. DePew says Columbus was
the most illustrious crank in his
tory. Will George Francis Train
be content with second place?
Texas Sifmigs.
Lady (to tramp): Poor man!
You look. sick. Tramp (wearily):
Why shouldn't I look sick when I
hear so often: Sic 'm; sic 'ni.
ririladelphia Press.
A flirting woman can cause more
trouble to mankind than a devas
tating army, but she is very much
nicer than a devastating army, after
nil.- Somervillo Journal. ,
Mrs. Houten: You belong to a
very old family, Mr. Nemo, I be
lieve? Mr. Nemo: No'm; not me.
I guess you are thinkin' of my dar
ter, 'Liza. -Harper's Bazar.
"Do you -think that a poet is in
sane?" asked a young woman of
Peniiiiighm. "I do if he tries to
make a living w riting poetry," was
the prompt reply. Washington
Po,t.
Did you hear of the mad zebras
atBamum's?" "No. What made
then mad. '' They overheard some
one say they' looked like dudes
about to play 1-iwn tennis." Har
per's Bazar.
A widow should lie the happiest
woman on earth. She has the tri
umph over other women which
marriage confers without the an
noyance of a husband. Terro
Haute Express.
It is said to be hard sometimes
to distinguish between the effects
of dyspepsia and religion; some
times it is equally hard to tell
whether a .young man is suffering
from indigestion or disappointment
in love Stiinervillo Journal.
1 1 V MANNON
FJKST-CLASS DRUG STOKE
TUUH DRUtiS
MKDICINKS
C'UKMIOALS
CAMDEN TENN
Professional.
DR. V, M. M AULEY,
DENTIST.
Oi' l' lCi; OVKi; JlrDAMKI. & l-'KYS STOKH
Camden, Tenn.
Will hcreafler spend tlic llrst and third weeks
of each moult) in ( :t n u ln : tilt' second week at
liif. Sandy; mid tlic tlilid ;il llolladay. ti.iini.
mi. II. 15. TRAVIS,
PHYSIO
AND OBSTETRICIAN,
OKKK K AT .1. K. TOTTVS IHU'U STOliK,
Camden, 'IVnn.
Itaitroad
time ctid.
The following time card shows the arrival of
mail and express trains, at Camden, of tin; Nash
ville, Chattanooga, and St. l.ouis liailwav. In
eilcrt .Mays, lS'.M):
No. r.i, mail, west o.i!) a. in
No. (', mail, ensi 4 m 1, 1n
N . r.:i, c press, west 10.43 i!m
No. r.l, express, east, ;i..n (l.,
I. A. CI.KMKNT.
I., h. HAWKINS.
CLEMENT & HAWKINS.
Attorneys at Law,
Camden, Tenn.
Will practice in all the courts of licnton Coaiitv
ami the supreme court of Tennessee, Collections
a specially. 0:lv.
8. L. PEELER,
Attorney at Law,
ol' I-'K'lC AT THK COUItT-IIOUSH.
ARE YOCJ GOING SOUTH?
ARE YOU GOING NORTH ?
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
ARE YOU GOING AVE ST?
IF SO TAKK THK
' Will tcivi careful attention to all business en
trusted to my care. Collections a specially
Also insurance agent for Knox wile ami' other
Hood companies. 1 :iy.
E. O. GEORGE,
Attorney at Law,
Will practice in all the courts of Kenton and
unjoining counties ami in (he. Supreme Court of
TVnii"ss"e. Special attention uiveii collections.
1 :ly.
Lottery.
(Louisville and Nasinille Kailroad.)
AM) YOU Wil l. liK CAItlilKI) TIIKOrOK WITH
THE MAXIMUM OK S J' K E D !
THK MAXIMUM OF COMFOUT!
THE MAXIMUM OF SAFETY!
M
THE MINIMUM OF KATES!
M hen buying tickets be sure to ask Tor and be
certain that they read via. Louisville and Nash
ville liaiinuui.
C. I'. At Mo iik,
leneral Passenger Agent
Louisville, Ky.
TAKE THIE
Illinois Central
RAILROAD.
GRAND DRAWING
OK THK
L.oisria de la Beneficencia Publica
1
OK TIIK I
State of Za vat tea, Me.rieo.
A s ndieatcof capitalists have secured the con
cession tor operating this
vCentranv
LOTTERY,
nod will extend lis business tbrougbon,t tile
I niieii Mutes and lli itis'.i America,
lii low ill be found a lis! of the prizes which
Will be (1'ilWll Oil
JUTJy: 7. 1890,
AT ZACATKCAS, MEXICO,
and cHit'uiied moidhly theronft((r.
i5o,ooo.oo
lfKi.O(K) Tickets at $10.00; Halves,
.f") (10; Tkxths, $1.00; Amkkican Gen-
i:i;v.
IK VOU AUK CiOIN'd
NORTH-
t'I'O
St. Lonis, Chicago, Mil
waukee, ,st. Paul,
or any point In the
northwest, be
save your tick
ets read over
THK
Illinois Central.
Ask agents for it.
IK VOU ARK (SOI NO
SOUTH
TO
Natchez, New liicans,
California, Florida,
or Southern Texas
points, secure
your tickets
over
TIIK
Illinois Central.
Take none other.
Pullman BufletSleeperson all Trains
llest Accommodations and Kipilpincnts.
LIST UK I'KIZKS.
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l'IMKS OK
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l'isizics ok loo nre...
rifl.l's OK ."iO III"',..
Terniiii.il I'm.r.s of. .la are...
AND
QUICKEST ROUTE.
OllIS Coiiip;',n ownliu niidonerat'iig lines in
0 ten Slates, exleiiding Irom Sioux Kails, I ak.,
.' .v' to New Orleans, La., oilers .shippers and con
signees of freight superior lncihtics for bus
iness, and reasonable transportation charges.
Issues through bills lading and guarantees rates
to and from ail important (mints.
To obtain prompt and quick service, order your
shipments routed via:
THE ILLINOIS
CENTHAL R. !,
.MS)
1.1,000
7,.M")
4!I,I).M)
r.J4,!U)
Cbfii K.vtks: 0 Tickkts von $50.00.
Kpcoi.il Kates Arranged willi Agents.
AGENTS WANTED '' ".. town and
, , -, , 'it.v in Hie I'nitcd
Stales and I'.ritish AiniM iea.
The liayiiient of Prizes is guaranteed by 11 spe
cial deposit of Kivk I1i;nm:ki Tiioksanp
Doi.I.aiis willi the Smte government, mid up
proved by Jesus Arechjga, governor.
Drawings under the personal supervision of
Lie. ileriiMiio Arteaga, who is appointed bv the
governnii nt as liiicrvcntor.
" 1 certify that with the suite Treasurer all nec
essary guarantees are deposited, assuring full
payment of all prizes of tins drawing.
KKII.MI.MO AltTKAliA,
Interventor."
IMTOliTANT.
lleiniltancesmust be cither bv New York draft,
express or registered letter, American money.
Collections can be made by express companies or
banks. Tickets sent direct to management will
be paid by drafts on New York, .Montreal, St.
1'aul, Chicago. San Francisco, or City of .Mexico.
For funher information address
J TAX J'Wn AD, Manager,
Zeeateeas, Jlexieo.
Aparladot3. 3:iy
For maps, rates, folders, or anv other Informa
tion, apply to
A. K. Hanson, (leneral l'assenger and Ticket
Agent, Chicago, 111.
A. .!. K.NAi'l'. Assistant Cencral Frei'.iit and
rassentrer Agent, jMenipliis, Teiiu.
I 11. Tkckkk, (ienerai Freight Agent Northern
J.I lies, I llli iigo, 111.
I). I. Moukv, Ocneral Freight Agent Southern
Lines, New Orleans, La.
T. .1. lli nsox, Tiallic Alanager, Cbica go, III.
M. C. M.uikHAM, Assistant Tratliu -Manager,
Chicago, 111. Ki:tt.
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I'nitcd States for M a year; The National Demo
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THE CHHONK LK,
Htf. Cunideii, Tenn.
gaideq g
an!i nl Trust Gompanj
CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.
hOAUD OF DIUKCTOltS
J. H. Fanner, i. F. Hat-ley, W. II. Momlow, Alex. Adams,
W. U. Hni ley, Simoc NoUes, A. J. Fanner. A. 0. MeKae,
T. C. Rye, H. F. Stigall, D. M. Farmer, M. A. llatley,
J. X. Sinip.ion. 15. F. Koss, A. K. Carnes.
J. II. Farmer, President. II. F. Stigall, Vice-rreKi.leiit. A. C. MeKae, Cashier.
Jlereires tleposits, makes loans, and does a general banking business.
J'rowpt attention giren eolleetions. 1 : tf.
J)rg Goods and Xofions,
HEREIN & 13ATEMAN,
Y 600D8 AND NOTIONS,
Clothing, Hats and Caps,
OOTS and SHOES,
and General Merchandise.
SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC S QUA HE, VA.MDEA, TEXXESSKE.
Dnf fflB S Buckeye Mowers,
&IU0 IU1 I. W. Bri
Brill Slices.
We also carry a line of Staple Groceries.
1 :f.m.
Ileal Estate lCrchange,
.1. V. TliAYIS, President. C. N. TKAVIS, Troasun-r
K. O. (iKOUCK, Sw retary.
ALL PROPERTY LISTED FHBE!-
THE CAMDEN
BhAL ESTATE E
XGHANGE
Real estate bought and sold on com
mission. Taxes and insurance paid.
Titles investigated. Loans negotiated,
and a general Real Estate business
transacted.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Address,
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
Camden, Tenn.
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foe le
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