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LF1TLE LOCALS.
Next Tlmrwlay is Christmas.
Mr. S'.. II. Hall wont to Drcsdeu
Sunday.
Mr. T. W. 1'annor, of Way, wil
ed in ia see us yesterday.
Tom C. Ilye, esq., wonttuNasli
ville Tuesday on business.
Mr. Henry-Hall mado n business
trip to Naskville last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Presson, vis
ited at Lipe Station Sunday.
Mr. John Hatley, jr., of Cox
burgli, was iu tlio city Monday.
Miss. Evere McCullougli is visi
ting relatives in Henry County.
Miss Gertrude Wyly left Tues
day to visit friends at Nashville.
Mr. R 0. McElyea has returned
from an extended visit in Middle
Tennessee.
Lee Brothers, the photographers,
have removed their tent from the
court yard.
Mr. Harvey Garrett, of Nash
ville, is visiting his father Mr. J.
W. Garrett.
Mr. A. J. liicksr. of Big bandy,
was a pleasant caller at I he L hkon-
ICLE office Monday.
Mr. F. E. McElyea has returned
from a visit to La Vergne, Nash-
ville, and lullahoma.
V orkmen aro building an addi-
tion to the residence of Mr. A. G
McDaniel, on "Quality Hill."
Mr. A. C. McRao is improving
his place of residence, and is hav
ing a substantial barn erected.
Do not stay the hand of charity,
but let thy gifts be generous and
in accord with thine own heart.
Gus Totty, who has been at Box
studying telegraphy, is visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.. E. Totty. of subscription has been satisfacto
Mr. J. E; Totty offers a valuable rily settled, therefore we have no
Corner lot cheap to a cash purchas-
er. Read notice in another column,
Put an advertisement in our
cheap column. It will cost you
only 3 cents per line each inser-
tion.
Ex-sheriff Walter H. Rushing
has returned from an extended vis-
it in Weakley, Gibson, and Madi-
son counties.
Miss Nona Woods, of Holladay,
returned home Wednesday after a
visit of several davs to her uncle
Mr. G. F. Woods, of this place.
Mr. William Shurley was elected
magistrate in the eleventh civil dis-
trict of this county last Saturday,
to succeed Mr. John Hatley, who
resigned. '
Judging from the way the aver-
age small boy in Camden is indulg-
iTifr m fire-works.- it would seem
that it is their intention to turn
Christmas into a fourth of July.
Circuit Clerk A. it. M rooks,
moved his family up from Big San
dy Wednesday.' They occupy the
house recently vacated by Itev. J
G. Jones. We accord them a hear
ty welcome.
The old Carden Academy build
ing still remains idle and is rap
idly going to decay. It would be
advisable for the county to make
some disposition of this property
before it is past redemption.
Messrs. J. M. Lashlee, John P.
Lashlee. and A. P. Lashlee left
Friday morning for an extended
hunt in Missouri and Arkansas.
They returned Wednesday after
noon with all the game they could
conveniently bring with them.
The sidewalk facilities of Cam
den are sadly lacking, and there
4 V ,U ,,,wl,r t0OcO nr.Vi
i n ' v v -i
rrvnun I Tirol It in hie TYprvrMrvv mill in
fViic toov mnkfl a fwntirmons walk.
v all tift nrinmnal streets.
. " ' .
t. 0 1.ir, ,1a in fWpu i
iW. nf Mr. .Too O. Hudson. He
i M1Am,v WJier storv to his cot-
tage on the -west side af the square,
and other improvements are con-
templated . which will make his
place of residence comfortable as
well as ftttvpctivo in appearance.
ma n 11 j a oe li cesses.
County Court Clerk Steele has
issued license to marry to G. W.
MeKclvey and Ida Marberry, and
J. K. Terry and Barcy Walker,
sinco our last report.
ron founds.
Mr. Dan Farmer, who resides in
the vicinity of Way, this county,
sends us word that he killed a hog
last Wednesday that tipped the
beam at 503 pounds. This is the
largest porker that wo have heard
of being slaughtered in Benton
County this season, and we want
to know if there is another hog in
tho county that can beat it.
DEATH OF MliS. FIX LEY.
Mrs. Calla Finley died at her res
idence in South Camden, Monday,
December 15, of consumption, aged
about thirty-two . years. Her re-
mains were interred in Camden
Cemetery Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Finley was tho wife of the
late N. E. Finley, and was a kind
christian lady, and held the esteem
of a large circle of friends. Sho
leaves four of her own children and
a step-daughter, the latter iust bud-
ding into young womanhood while
tho former aro still young, all of
wi10m will adlv miss the euidine
It t
hand and wiso counsel of a devoted
mother. Tiie Chronicle extends
sympathies.
THE "A" STARK.
Some of our subscribers after
having found an "X" on their pa
per have reported at this office to
the effecf, that they did not owe us
any thing on the paper. We do
not send out papers until tho price
need to " dun" our patrons. W
use the mark to inform you that
" your term of paid up subscrip.
tion has expired, and your paper
will be stopped unless renewed at
once." We hope our subscribers
upon finding this mark on their pa.
paper, will appreciate our efforts to
furnish them a reliable county pa
per, and renew their subscriptions
promptly,
'FUN FOR LITTLE FOLKS
T"e two churches at this place
are making arrangements to have
entertainments at their respective
churches next week for the enjoy
ment and amusement of the little
folks.
As both Arches are preparing
programs for the same evening, we
would suggest that they have the
entertainments at different hours.
It is well enough to have some.
thing at the two churches, but it
would a"fford more pleasure to the
children of the town to be able to
attend, and enjoy both occasions.
And the enjoyment and amusement
of the little ones should be taken
into consideration above all things
else.
We hope the two Sunday schools
will coino to some understanding
so that the children as well as the
old folks can see and enjoy the en
tertainment at both churches.
Let one of the churches begin at
say 0.30 o'clock, and the other at
8.o0. The evenings aro long, and
two hours is ample time for an or
dinary program and tho distribu
tion of gifts.
FROM EVA.
Regular correspondence.
Horace Childress came in from
J ackson Saturday,
J
Several town lots for building
sitcs uavo been laid off at this place
and are offered cheap.
Stave bolts are coming in rapidly
for tlic nevv stave tactoW
Your correspondent had the
pleasure of being present at the
Camden Band concert in Camden,
the 8th instant, and pronounces it
just splendid,
Eya, December 1G
CIRCUIT COURT.
Tho following cases were dis
used of by circuit court at this
)laco last hist week:
STATE DOCKET.
Nelson Brown, carrying pistol,
guilty. Committed to jail in de
fault of paying fino and cost.
II. J. Wilson, two cases, carrying
nstol and selling whiskey without
icense. Fined $50 in former cause
and $5 in the latter.
Jarrett Taylor and Mary Jano
Gleason, lewdness, submitted and
were fined $10 jointly.
Martin McAuley, cruelty to ani
mals, not guilty.
Hilliary Wiseman, assault and
battery, nolle prosequied, as on con
viction, defendant to pay cost.
Roam Brewer, disturbing public
worship, not guilty.
Charles Hollis, gaming, submit
ted. Fined ,r
Jake Quillcn, assault and bat
tery,1 not guilty.
Sol Christopher, carrying pistol,
nolle prosequied, defendant secur
ing cost.
William Parnell, carrying pistol,
and selling whisky without license,
dropped from docket.
Dave Crafton, selling whisky
without license, quashed.
W. D. Wheatley, unlawfully ex
ercising privilege, quashed.
Sam Collier, gaming, submitted.
Fined $5.
Matthew G. Holland, bastardy,
guilty. Case remanded to county
court for further proceedings.
Hugh Arnold, larceny, plead
guilty. Sentenced to one clay in
county jail.
Andrew Melton, gaming, plead
guilty. Fined $5.
A. J. Saunders,
selling
whisky
without license, submitted
Fined
$10.
NON-JURY DOCKET.
C. K. Wyly versus J. H. Wise
man. Judgment against defend
ant for $15.25, interest and cost.
Charles Barnes versus E. G
Flowers and others. Judgment
against plaintiff for cost, and cause
dismissed.
J. H. Wiseman versus Hutch er
son fc Owens. Judgment against
J. M. Wiseman for difference be
tween his account and that of
Hutcherson & Owens, also balance
on note assigned to them by Hud
son.
G. W. Burcham versus John
Hicks. Judgment against Hicks
and securities for appeal bond, and
cause dismissed.
REFERENCE DOCKET.
P. W. Smith versus Docia Smith
petition for divorce. Plaintiff dis
missed cause and was taxed with
cost.
Hudson & Caraway versus R. E
Barnes, motion to condemn land.
Order of condemnation; also M.
M. Brewer, same as tho preceding
cause.
N. M. Perry versus John Perry,
petition for divorce. Granted and
defendant to pay cost.
S. M. Hicks versus Jake Hicks.
Same as above and plaintiff assumes
her maiden name.
Several important cases go over
until next term of court.
FROM PLEASANT VALLEY.
Special correspondence.
Miss Lizzie Morton, has returned
home, after a pleasant visit among
friends here.
The Pleasant Valley Debating
Society met to-night in regular ses.
sion and discusssed the question
"Resolved, That Washington de
serves more credit for defending
this country than Columbus for
discovering it" Decided in favor
of the negative. For next Satur
day night tho question is: "Re
solved, That the wars of the United
States have been more destructive
to tho human family than whisky."
Robert Woods and J. R. Bedwell
will lead the debate.
Pleasant Valley, December 13.
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.
A little poker now and then Bomctimos
does up the best of men. Oil City ttliz
zard. In churcV government ttuiuling com
mittees aro often made up of liiymeu.
Boston Courier.
Notice Those who aro indebted to
ns will pleaso nettle by January, 1891,
and save cost. IIkiuun & Hateman.
A man doesn't have to understand
military tactics to drill a hole. Birm
ingham Ledger.
The hen has no hard feelings against
her owner, even if she does lay for him.
Boston Transcript.
Important My books must be closed
by January 1, 181U. All parties indebt
ed to me will pleaso take notice.
11. I!. Tkavib.
When a girl is hugged by an inebria
ted individual she gets a tight sijueeze.
Pittsburgh Dispatch.
The man who itches for political pre
ferment often gets scratched at the
polls. Boston Traveler.
Say, friend ! stop takir g so many pills
and try Liquid Cathartic Compound.
Never affiliates with the svstem. Sold
by Mannon & Herrin. 10-ly,
It is a rule for Christmas to come only
once a year, but it is a good rule to go
buy. Philadelphia Times.
An inquirer wishes to know what
will cure a felon. The penitentiary or
death. St, Joseph News.
Ask ycur druggist for Cheatham's
Tasteless Chill Tpnic. Distinguished
from the old original by the word "taste
less" printed in red ou all cartoons and
lables. A new departure, but the re
sult of years of careful study and expeiv
menting. " No cure no pay." Take it
and be happy. For sale by Mannon &
Herrin.
One of those bad Indians is named
"Two-Strike." Will somebody please
make it three. Washington Star.
Queen Victoria does not retire before
2 a. m. Her son does not think she re
tires soon enough. Chicago Post.
Come ! come to the new drug store
Mannon & Herrin's and get a bottle of
The New South for colic, diarrhea, grip
ing, etc. 10-ly.
Johnson Sides, the Messiah man is
still at large, and the troops are anxious
to take Sides. Philadelphia Record.
To a girl in love with him, a hand
some young carpenter at work assumes
the most fascinating hews. Texas Sitt
ings. .
Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Tonic.
Same as the old except in taste. Sweet
as Honey, but gets there just the same.
The babies cry for it. Buy a bottle
and see them smile. Guaranteed to
cure. Sold by Mannon & Herrin.
Tho Indians never harm an idiot.
Why not send out a regiment of dudes
to suppress the ghost-dancers? Indian
apolis Journal.
For all we know the jackass may feel
thankful that he has ears big enough to
take in all his own beautiful music.
Indianapolis Journal.
I told you the new drug storo would
keep all the firtst-class remedies Liquid
Cathartic Compound for the liver and
New South for summer complaint, ly
" What a dear little craft that wife of
yours is, ch, Dobson, old boy ?." " Dear ?
I should say so. She is so very dear I
call her my revenue-cutter." Boston
Courier.
It.is hard to satisfy everybody. Con
sumers complain of short weight ill de
livering coal, and dealers complain of
long wait in puying bills. Somerville
Journal.
Use Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Tonic,
better then pie, but it breaks the chills
off short and no mistake. Guaranteed
to cure. For sale by Mannon & Herrin.
Visiting friend : " How are you com
ing on?" Sick man: "Well, the doct
ors have civen mo up. and now I have
struck a way to get well. I will give up
the doctors. I will get even with them."
Texas Siitings.
' " Did you know that Miss Bjones was
going to marry young Smith? " " I know
it ; but can not understand how a girl
as intelligent as' she is can consent to
marry a man stupid enough to want to
marry her.'" Life.
Hunt's Cure is the greatest remedy
for skin diseases ever known, lling
worm,. Itch, and all kindred diseases
positively aud permanently cured. Your
money will be refunded if it fails.
Trice 50 cents. Sold by Mannon & Her
. rin.
CHEAP ADVERTISING COLUMN
All iKlvcrtlscini'iit.s midor tills heart Inserted at
3 cents jut line, per week. Try It.
VAIAJARI.KCOKNKtt LOT l'OU BALK. DO
yon want a valnable piece of property? I
have a very desirable enrner lot, nieasnnni: about,
lioxloo feet,, which 1 will sell at a bargain to a cash
purchaser. Call on, or address, J. K. TOTTY,
Camden, Tcmi. IM
MKKCHANTS, NOW IS TUK TIM K TO LAY
In your supply of pi nned stationery for lsui.
rte are prepared to do all Kinds of job prlntuif;
n llrst-class style at eltv prices. We solicit vour
irders. TltAV ISldio'S., Camden, Teim. 8-tf
)ATKXTS, Trade-marks, Caveats, Labels, unit
CopvriirhtH promptly procured. A NHmire
book free. Send sketch or model for free opin
ion ai to patentability. All business treated as
sacredly t'onlldential. Nxteen vears experience.
lichest references. Send for book.
Address, W. T. 1TIZ (iKKAI.l),
Attorney at Law.
X) V street, Washington, I). C, 7 .tf
LL persons Indented to ltlvens & McAnlev
are hereby not i lied to call and settle with
A. ('. Mclhie, assignee, or .1. I). McAnley, w ithin
the next thirty days, or their accounts' w ill bo
ilaeed m ttie bamls or an otllcer lor collection,
his is imperative, and applies In all cases.
December 0, two.
A. (.'. MiIAK,
7.4 Assignee.
MARKET REPORT.
f Notk The quotations given in the following
are taken from Thursday's dally papers
WIIKAT-No 2 In ear lots !W cents per bushel;
wagons 9Sff.!i8.
COllX Sacked v.htto, C." cents per busliel;
bulk, 00.
OATS Mixed, sacked, TO cents per bushel;
bulk, VI.
HltAN Pur ton, free-on-board-cars, In
small orders $1 per ton advance Is asked.
COUNTUV P.AC'ON-From Wiigons.clear sides
G'f?7 cents per pound; shoulders, 7; hams,
KKRll; Jowls,ltfS.2!45 liinl, U!iTi7.
POULTRY Chickens, per dozen, S1.20fri1.60;
hens, 2.G4; ducks, 1.8IKTW. 40; turkeys, per pound
gross, fi'.iiftj cents; geese, per dozen, S3; eggs,
18 cents.
HUTTKU-Medium, per pound, lO&lS cents;
choice, tiKf'VJO.
PKANUTS Farmers' stock, good tobrlght rod
per pound, 'jffi&i oents; white, IVS-lla; recleaned
reds, 34'; whites, 4(.11.
(!OTTOX Ordinary, per pound, bU cents;
good ordinary,
low middling, S; middling,
jjoml middling, ).
TOBACCO The quotations or the ClarksviUe
market yesterday were : common higsitl .00SIS.M;
medium lugs 2.75(33.2:; good lugs 3.fioa4.50;
common' loaf 4fi; medium leaf C.WXiJ.8; good
leaf S.rlO; fine linf lo.00frl2.
FLOUK Kxtra fancy patent, Sj.05 per barrel;
fancy patent, D.00; straight, 4.70; fancy, 4.40;
extra family, 4.15.
When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoriu.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
FARM TOR SALE!
t) y ACHKS, 1 mile southwest of Camden, one
))') half cleared, balance line timber. tiood
dwelling, barn, and out-houses; good water, good
orchard, and good neighborhood. Will sell all or
half interest. Terms, one-half cash iu advance.
For fuller particulars address,
Vy'. V. SAUXDEKS,.
20:11 Camden, Teim.
FPU SALE-WE HAVE HUNDREDS OK
OLD XEWSPA PEES FPU SALE AT THIS
OFFICE ,TH E RE JSN PT 1 IJ X(i P.ETTEK
?-,2-VI'A(1ili?,ll i!LA1 Vll'. WRAP UP
SUMMER CLOTHING IN' FPU PACKING
AWAY FOR THE WINTER, AS WELL AS
HUNDREDS OF OTHER USES TO WHICH
THEY CAN ISE PUT.
Price 25 Cents Per Hundred.
NASHVILLE,
gligttsnooia, and St. Louis
RAILWAY.
LUSiNEss men, touuists, Remember
EMIGRANTS, FAMILIES. nememPer
The route to St. Louis and the West, via Cairo.
I'he best route to West Tennessee and Kentucky,
Mississippi, Arkansas, and Texas points Is via
McKen.ie.
The best route to points in East Tennessee, Vir
ginia, the Carolinas, Georgia, and Florida is
via Chattanooga.
HV TJUH UNK YOU SKCtUtK THE
Maximum OK
SPEED, SAFETY. COM
FORT SATISFACTION
AT THK-
Minimum ii'.1Ni,KTY,iK)Tii-
. ,, .... lili, 1' iViIVJ
DON'T FORGET IT!
Pe sure to buy your tickets over the
2sT. G- & ST. Hi. :R-Y
If you are going to Washington, Baltimore, Hiil
delpliia, New York, and East.
ROAD 1VA Y, EQ UIl'MENT,
SERVICE TIIE REST.
BuiTet Parlor and Sleeping Cars.
Model day coaches
w ii'i lavatory and
smoking rooms.
Luxury )
Comfort '-Combined.
Convenience j
The inexperienced traveler need not go amiss;
few changes are necessary, and such as are una
voidable are made in union depots.
THROUGH CARS, LOW RATES, AND QUICK
TIME. '
Cull on or address: K
A. H. RoBisssoN, Ticket Agent, Maxwell House.
W. V. Knox, Ticket Agent, Union Depot.
W. L. Dam.ky, General Passenger Agent.
.1. W. Tiiomam, General Manager.
NASHVILLE. TENN.

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