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PERSONAL AND LOCAL GLEANINGS
OF INTEREST TO TOWN AND COUNTY EEADEES.
' The committeeman in each civil
district should boo to it that every
Democrat has an opportunity to
vote in the primary to-morrow.
We predict that the citizens of P'W'etc
'IIAT 'OTJR LOCAL KEI'OKTEIta ' SEE AND LEAKS DURING THE TIME
ISTEltVENING BETWEEN PUBLICATION DAYS.
William "Farmer Visited at Mc
Iienzie last week.
Mr, A. Lowell, of Holladay, was
in the city Monday.
Mrs. Sarah Flowers is somewliat
indisposed this week.
Chancery court will convene at
this place next Monday.
The weather lias been quite re
spectable for several weeks.
Mrs. II. M. Hawley is up Again
after quite si serious illness.
When will the rubbish of the old
Hartley building be removed?
The potato crop, -which is a large
one, will soon be on the market
Mrs. W. C. Benton is spending
a few days'of this week in the coun
try. Mr. J..M. Holladay, of Holladay,
pent several days in the city this
Circuit Clerk elect, A. E. Brooks,
of Bigj Sandy, was in Camden yes
Clerk and master Tom C. Bye
went to McKenzie Saturday on
The question of u Sunday mail
at this place is being agitated by
Mr. C. T. Spence, of Chaseville,
: was in town on business several
days this week.
... Wilson & Ward are making some
improvements at their stave factory
in South Camden.
r MwTvjipI fWITifis lins mnflft snmo
needed improvements to his resi
. dence in East Camden.
A colored revival is in progress
, in the Tennessee River Bottom, 6
miles east from Camden.
Mrs. Lettie Massey, colored, of
.Waverly, has charge of the colored
public school at this place.
Mrs.' Ludie Travis had the mis
fortune to burn her hand quite
severely one day last week. y
The official census for Benton
County is 11,205, an increase of
.1.435 during the past decade. ,
As soon as practicable Messrs,
McDaniel & Hall will add another
;story to their business house.
Quite a number from this place
attended the morning services at
Bethlehem Church last Sunday.
Muscadines are ripening, and
when the persimmon crop has been
tishered in, possums will be ripe
The numerous friends of our
townsman, Mr. W. E. Bivens, wil
regret to learn that e is seriously
Mr. W. H. Hyatt, a magistrate
and successful farmer of the sec
ond district, was in to seems Tues
Quite a number of witnesses in
the Spence-Matthews case were
here this week giving in their dep
Mr. J. M. .Herrin contemplates
nutting an additional story on the
1 . , ... i 1 ' T XT
, business bouse occupied uy
Professors Wall and Cotton are
at present engaged in teaching the
free school for the (Jamden sonoo,
. The candidates for representa
iive in this county wind up their
canvass to-day at Harmon Creek
Mr. W. F. Babcr, of Holladay
,,n sold his grocery and drug sUre
,it the above place to Messrs. Hat-
Conic'! 'Come to Uo new dni -store
II. W. Mannori's and got a bottle of
" The New South'" for colic, diarrhea.
Things said Boltly behind a fan may
raise a great breeze. New Orleans Pic
I told you the new drug store would
keep all the first-class remediesLiquid
Cathartic Compound for the liver and
New South for summer complaint. 10 :ly
"Actions speak louder than, words,"
unlesH you happen to be using a tele
phone. Yonkers Statesman.
Say, -friend ; stop taking bo many pills
Camden will soon bo treated to
some excellent brass "band music.
The boys are pushing the matter,
and every indication points to suc
A call has been made to the pul
pit of the Cumberland Presbyterian
Work was commenced on the Church at this place, and the sup.
.n -r i - I .'i.: t fri "o
new resilience or Juago i. u. position is mm xmv. mumus ju.
Scruggs in the north part of town Bowman, of AVaverly will accept and try Liquid Cathartic Compound
Wednesday. the call. . V
A 5-yoar old child of Mr. Col- As the long fall and winter eve-
umbus Arnold,, living A miles kings approacheth liow about a lit-
east from Camden, died suddenly erary club, to be participated m by
Wednesday evening. hoth ladies and gentlemen, in order
We are informed that the pro- to P83 them off pleasantly as -well
- I n , i 1 e
tracted meeting for this place has m pro&tabiy f
been postponed until the fourth The candidates "before the pri
mary to-morrow tor the nomination system. No cure no pay. -Sold by II
for asssemblymen have been hust- W. Mknnon. 1-20-4
1,Vr V,;a -am Tn.mnrmw th ov When a man if, rattled it it? evident He
is in a uox. Dcranion iruin
v.. i l i.,).,i,,
uiuonir iii uuu uiu,
Never affiliates with the bvsUuii. Sold
by II. V. Mannan. I0:lv.
A light-weight boxer the man who
boxes up strawberries in their season;
Quinine impairs the hearint;, destroys
the nerves', and injures the digestion.
Clientham's Tasteless Chill Tonic ispleas-
ant to take, leaves no unpleasant taste,
improves the digestion, and builds up the
rr you auk ooim-i
Kt Louts, Chicago, Mil
waukoe, hi, I'niil,
or any point In 11m
sure your thtk- ,
els read over
Ask anents for it.
" you Aur.ois-n
Natehe., Now Orleans,
or Southern Texas
. your tickets
Tiiko none other.
Pullman BufletSIeeperson all Trains
Rust Accommodations aud Equipments.
Sunday in this month.
It has been reported that Clar
enoe L. Totty, who is employed at
Lewis & Tptty's stavo factory, is
quite sick with fever.
We are in urgent need of a reli
able man at Big Sandy to furnisTi
us the news items eueh week from
that enterprising village.
We are reliably informed that
several prominent families from
' QUICKEST ROUTE.
fa 1 nials as-to the eilicacv of Hunt's Cure in
The residence of Mr. J. M. Lash- wises of kin diseases, and truly believe
lee, in the tenth district, is now it the best remedy known for Ringworm,
nl0f0 UMWbn 'arlfi'nn nf flio Tetter, 'Eczema, and similar diseases
3 i f i i -r Guaranteed. 'Fi
neat veranaa just nnisneu. xur.
J. F. McKelvey, of Eva, was the
architect and builder,
CJSI1T 0mhiir.-c owrtinK aiitiopratlnK lines iu
lO ten States, extending from Sioux Kails, Duk.,
i),' to New Orleans, La., oilers shippers and con-
:sLjpi(fns of freight superior laeihtlesfor biw
lness, and reasonable transportation charges.
Issues through bills lading and guarantees raWs
to and from all impoKant points.
Guaranteed. 'Fifty 'emits per box. For
sale by H. W. Mannon. l-ti0-4
Should we rail at a man who is on the
fence? Pittsburgh Chronicle.
tlie country contemplate locating TQ , roin1-VnC will be found a sweet without its bitter,
. -m I . A I I J-. , 1 1 .IV. 'J 1 Ai J UlUb. I
Tool'tai'i iMoniptaiid tiiok service; orciur your
shipments routed via:
. CENTRAL R. .R.
friends in this county, is said to Pleasant to the taste without a parallel fro
. . . ... Aa , i as a remedy for claim and fever. It is the Agent, Chicago, ill.
For maps, rates, folders, or any other Informn-
cneral. Pasyimgcr ?iid Tkktt
Louisville Sunday to purchase a miles north from Camden,
stock of fall and winter dry goods.
A. .(. Knaci-. Assistant General Freight aud
1'assenger Agent, Memphis. Tenn. t-
11. i'vcKK.H, (ieneral Freight Agent Xorthem
Lines, Chicago, 111.
1). ii. Mokky. (ieneral Freight Agent Southern .
Lines, New Orleans, La.
T. .f. Hudson, Trallic Manager, Chicago, JU.
M. C. Maukham, Assistant Trallic Manau'cj.
Chicago, 111. li):tf. '
I the eide-board. i'lt aids digestion, con
tains no quinine, Arsenic, or Strychnine,
tones up the system, and is warranted.
No cure no pay. Sold by II. W. Mannon.
Mr. d. w. uateman. ot tne nrm i i m u i i,:JMO,c"'
- I - - - 1)H KH I'll INS V III. li ' III t!Sl-:illi I H IN . ... 11 1 . -r-.-r.-i
c tt p t 4. 1 (i 1 J L prouuction 01 tne wen-Known a. li. men
I T " vT 7 ' , attae residence ot Mrs. Myan,O arda Medicine Company, of Shennan,
Tex., and guaranteed to cure. For sale
1 T T 1 TT If . 1 tl
We hone there will be :uo un- D-v Ai- w.' Miinnon-
Owing to the dilapidated -condi- necegsarv delav -bv the officers of Tlie wan who ll0vvls loudest "bout tlie
iionof the court-vard fence, the i: " equality, of mau" is invariably the
" ' I Lilt? WliilKllV ClDUUlvJli. VAJ-iilvl IV 1111 .1 . n i ; J 11. . 1
1 n i i 1 - . man who is most nrmiy convinceu mat
j .u, w. senamg in tUeir returns. T. U tllf world contains no mm onnnl to Jm.
n r.i i, x i., r .
ui 111 uis m Ryef Congressional Committeman, self.-laok. PhoffQnftnna Qnrf Cf 1 fllli?
Our trural friends inform us that :i8 the Droper person to receive the -Away witlvthe'bittor, nauseating, pas-. uuuuuuuuyuj uuu jji. uuiw
tlie oily-tongued politician is be- returns. ty, sweet-tasting chill tonics. 'Use, Cheat- -r A TT "7v7" A "sT7
v.t, frPmiP-nt. fpnturp. tn fl1R i . . . ... ' ... iv . m 8 mswiesa uniu ionic, lis p.easam ;
a - A primary is necessary ior me to the ta8t a3 rockandy syrup. The business mkn, toihusts, Remembep
ui1Mc, .selection ot good representative children cry for it, the mother won't live
Sin 4Tio epoffnnii'Tify .Tina luwn . X:.ii-r. i. t.,1 , !(!, nnf.it n,l cr.nonia olir, it mm The route to St. Iuis and the West, via Cairo.
" o"- mcu U8 vituuiuares iaj uc picscuicu - " " The best route to West Tennessee and Kentucky.
removea irom arouna tne ounamg to the voters .of the county nt the
the Benton Seminary presents n 'November election. Go to the
much more attractive appearance, polls to-morrow and vote for .your
Mrs. Armore, of near Bertram!, choice.'
Mo., is visiting in this county, the Mr. G. 15. Greer has -purchased
guest ;of Mrs. Ellis Bresson, who ,0f Mr. B. JE. Hatley his interest in
resides ,a few miles north of Cam- the drv coods finn of Hudson.
y C5 '
Hatlev '& Bro.. and 'we understand
County Clerk Steele has issued that he will make arrangements to
only one license to ma try since our permanently locate in Camden,
last paper, that was obtained by He will receive a hearty welcome
Everett Hall to marry Lizzie Cor- to our midst ?
bitt. Died, near Coxbursh. 'September
The improvements on 'Col. AV.1'12. "Mrs. Crmm. the B?p,d mother of Regular correspondence.
T IX "7 O . , .-,1 Ml . .!. .5 f-...
V Afnrria' rprlonPA ImuA W T? TVT r"r. ,r UIU1I8, -Willi more or ws TOiisefciioii,
completed., An additional room sician of that part of the county.
nas been m3 ded which is very oon- The Chkonigle joins 'a 'host of
venieni f riends who deeply evmiiathize with
Mr. Alex. Bivens, who has been the relatives of the deceased in
emoloved on the "Weekly Enter- their sad bereavement.
prise, formerly published at Mc
Wten Baby was sick, wa gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Mississippi,' Arkansas, and Texas points is via
Thb best roufii to points in Knst Tcimrssee, Vir
ginia, the Carolmas,. lieoj-gia, and Florida is
via Chattanooga. . , .
11 V THIS LINK YOCT KRCIUIE TBK
Maximum w srKKD, safkty, com
maximum KOUT tisfacton
Minimum w kxprnsk. ax-nikty, i?oth-
DONT FORGET IT!
From Matlock's Chapel.
. Be sure to buy your tickets over Hie
2sl O. &c ST. Xj. ITr2:.
K you are fining to WnsliluaUn. ltartimore, THH-,
delphia, New York, and F.axt.
it oa n wa r, j:q ttifment,
C- 1.1 It TtlT ST' IT 7I.1C1'
Miss MdlUe Bird is confined to her bed Buffet Parlor and Sleeping Caris
wuii elmis anil' tever.
Farmers are preparing for gathering BT"iti iVwTiiry Ai7 - c
tlie 'peanut crop, which -will commence smoking rooms. . i
The inexiRiieneed traveler wed not go ainhis;
few I'lianues iU'e iMH'e'sary, and sueh as are una
voidable are made in union depots.
in about two weeks.
The-cool breeze struck here Saturday
It has been sudtrested. and the Mtnrnimi'. Full is ftst ..annrfiiinhinir. iiidr-
oo I I o- II 0'J"-0 ,,,, ,-,,.i,v ..mrfr.
Tr i -1 V Of.r.,U l .l.i n... iu ,...,.. iHKUU.iUAKM.u Air.9,A.Mitii.ieA
iciuilicu -iiuiut? v?abuiunjr lueil IS H Wly JUUII -JUfc!, llllll llie inn in'iu uie i-niruv nuani'-i. TIME'.
fftrpmain. ' lmmWus wfiii -in inwn wmnvfl thfi bledHOe, Of Birdsong creek, was Call on or a.Mress
, , , i -1 tin Hunclav mix hi" and m n'Mimr with A- linl,l!(WXi neKei Agem, aiaxwru nonse.
TnAf-vwAimrntliP.rR. cmVt.rar.tnrs boxes, trash, etc., from the side- ?? IX,H- na minunw un VnUm
. w I ' ' ' I frwiTuKt Mm nriAKPUPA ia olvvjivft .wo I- I V I. I i i .h'V ( imiiM')) I l':iii'ict'r A (rinr.
a-nll-e nnrl Rfrip.s ,r tlm rpnr nr nnt, . ... " J. W.Thomas, (iwieml Miiiniu'er.
ttuu uuuucio, LutuuicuLLu . vjj.iv wni . COinell) our IVllUfit. . NASJ1Y1LI.K TENN.
the new parsonage for the Metho- pt tlie way ot pedestrians ana trav- ;,iiS9 yAh-.n Blednoc, f Humphreys
dist Episcopal Church, South, last el. Such a .move, if properly car- County, Teim., is nicking an extended
tpR oiit..wr.ii1,1 nfti'ti.inlvB.fltl tn tlio visit to her brothers, J. B. and B..F. .
YOU ' GOING
. V SO TAKK T1IK
Tuture life, is the wish of the writer.
September l'o, 1890.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
(Hill to Partition Land.)
IN TIIK ClIANCKUY COUliT OF 15KNTON 1
COUNTY, TENN. A.-H. IIOWK Y.S. I11YIN
SMITH, FT AI.S.
(Louisville and Nashville I!al!roaJ.)
AXK VOU WILL r.E CARRIFJ) THHOUIUI WITH
THE MAXIMUM OF SPEED!
THE MAXIMUM OF COMFOltT!
THE MAXIMUM OF S A.FF..T VI
' . 1. tt . Unnnnl.n,aftftl10t UledSOC. Ot U113 piOCC
Uhairman V. Harrison, ot r-W" Miss Polly Wealherly, of Possum creek,
Holladay, was in the city the first Jiarney King-au intinerant paint- Wl,iic tm a -isit to Bakcrville, Tenn.',
of the week on business 'pertaining er, succeeded in obtaining a little Uas married to Mr. James Wafford
rtho.rV nf 1ta .rnnr.fvvpvpr.li. money under false pretenses from May success and happiness crown their
utive committee. one or two ot pur citizens and skip
Judge W. C. East left for Big Pdout last weeL An effort was
Sandy Monday. ' He has the con- maae to overtake -and mete out a
tract to paint 'the. new business just punishment to him, according
house erected for tho Misses Rush- to law, but he could not be come up
infr. of that nlaoe. with- Whcn lnst heartl from he
i- j. was in the vicinity of Hico, Car-
t. , . roll County, Tenn
enton uoumy, oui now in oi , N tliiscaus0 it appcfiring f rom the
Obion County, visitedat thisplace ims' sn8 tne&omnern Alliance l)illoIt.ompiaintoVA. n. Howe, which
t 71., 1nD -nV An .c4 of farmer, as -a good 'crop year, and js BWcfrii to, by which lie seeks a sale for
ll partition Ot certain iamu,tlvat irvm Muitn,
J. A. Clement,esq. , '"'"'""""J -;--i iji(.e ymith ana Thoma8 w. Smith are
T n ,. . n . iodder for stock on the farm. This nonresidents ot the State of Tennessee
. is. iawj.insanoAivmxxK- , am, rpsWe in the ytlte o Arkansn ,0
ins. of Huntirip-don. and Joe E. . . . . . that the ordinary process of law can not
t tv iit iect to save hay. It the barns nre be served umoii them. It is therefore or-
Jones, of Dresden have been en- fan w (1 d u t , entt.r tlieir p!)?rance
rrnrrpH fhiR'wp.pk tftKitif? denositions . t . , . i n i xi and make defense to said bill ol com-
t"fc ana siacK u me nav unaer mem. i. ...... r i, at.. nwwirF.
in the Matthews-5pence case. In the winter the cattle and stock September next, or the same will betaken to rLACK-uNOF.it caki'Ets, what' r
. . I -n i ii n'ji e i -i.i. i f - I
rri .f Tot innnA win pniov it. find lift k rrom rui- ior coniesHea ana 1110 causu bul ior nuur-
fhc-m r.lnT.fv nf it . mil exparte as to tlieni.
of Jdr. W. U. Jienton, m the nortn r". , r -7, S v .1 , ..: Aucustss. 1SH0.
. , , . . ;i in coui, uaa wcaiuer. j.i costs uui - 'rmr (1 TlYF
I'ail " -, -uttlo to gather It, and it Will cer- ijlerk and Master
improved oy tne acuuuoii oi one ot tamly pay well for the amount.in- j0. li. ijynvkiiis solicitor for coinplain-
' Whon .Hiving tickets be sure to ask for and be
Pertain that they read via. Louisville and Nash
C. T. Atmorh,
Hkfiteral Panieng.r Ageni;
. Louisville, K.v. '
"OK RAJfK-WK HAVE HUNnilKDS OV
TIIKRK IS NOTHINC
01,1) NKWSl'Al'KliS FOR SALE AT Tilts
SUMMER CLOTH (1 IN' FOR I'A('KlX(r
AWAY FOR TH E V1 XTER, AS WELL AS
u r i nt i:ns v ot her vses to which
THEY CAN RE 1'VT.
rutcE .25 Cents jPejj J1uxdu$i.