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John L. M. Irby.lms been elected
United States Senator from South
Carolina to succeed Wade Hamp
ton. An underground lake has been
discovered iu Piatt County, 111.
The discovery was made by a well
digger. Mr. A. M. Lee and Miss Mattio
Cnrnes, a popular couple of Hunt
ingdon, wero married on the ICth
President Harrison will soon is
sue his formal proclamation invit
ing foreign nations to participate
in the World's Fair.
Governor Taylor will settle in
Chattanooga and give his atten tion
to the practice of law, when his
term of office expires.
More women were elected to of
fice in Kansas in the recent No
vember election than ever before In
the history of the State.
A mysterious hermit, who is sup
posed to be n brother to ex-Secretary
Bayard, died in Kemrell
County, Tex., last week.
Three dollars a hug was the line
imposed upon a man for tugging
his neighbor's wife, by an Ohio
magistrate last Thursday,
The Michigan Grange has adopt
ed resolutions opposing the Alli
ance scheme for Government loans
to the people on real estate.
Reports are to the- effeet that
there was never a better con: and
cotton crop raised in Dyer County
than those of the present year.
A warrant has been sworn out
for the arrest of Attorney-General
Pope of South Carolina for remov
ing a clerk for political cause.
A little daughter of B. AV.. Has
kell, of Jackson, was seriously
burned by her clothing catching
fire while she was standing near a
The official count discloses the
t ill T 1 1
ract mat two liepuoiicans were
wrongfully given office,, and one
Democrat counted out in New
The verdict in the case of Miles
Ogle the notorious counterfeiter
tried at Memphis last week, was a
fine of 5,000, and fifteen year's- in
Kate Mangam, sent up for four
years for- larceny from Shelby
County,, was pardoned out of the
penitentiary at Nashville, last week,
by Governor Taylor:
There are several applicants to fill
the vacancy omedical superintend
ent of the West Tennessee Insane
Asylum, at Bolivar, caused' by the
death: of Dr. J. B. Jones.
The Ladie9 Hermitage 'Associa
tion of Nashville- will celebrate, in
grand style the anniversary of "Old
Hickory" Jackson, the hero of the
battle of: New Orleans, etc;
A Granville County, N, C, dog
deliberately committed suicide re
cently: He took a position on a
railroad track and waited calmly
until a locomotive struck and killed
Mr. W. H. Brie?, editor of the
Troy News-Banner, and Mrs. Cody
L. Bond, of Troy, were united in
marriage the 9th instant The
State press is very profuse- m its
The Anchor Line steamer City of
Baton Eouge, was sunk by striking
a snag in Mississippi River oppo
site Hermitage1 Landing. La. Two
lives were lost The steamer was
valued at $150,000.
W. W. Bly the and Will Childress
charged with attempted arson, were
tried at Fulton, Ky., and acquitted
last week. It was this charge which
caused the shooting between John
P. Morris aru Blythe Saturday
week. All the parties are leading
citizens of Fulton, and have been
placed under heavy peace bonds.
The Federation of Labor, in ses
sion at Detroit, Midi., last week,
took steps to head on a flood of
foreign laborers to this country
when the World's Fair opens.
Richard Harris, a black negro,
married Minnie Crnmpfield, a well
to do white girl, at Dubuque, la.,
on the 11th instant, to keep from
going to jail on charge of betray
The State lxard of prison in
spectors have determined to rebuild
the shops of the penitentiary re
cently destroyed by fire. They de
sire bills on the proposed shops not
to exceed $7,500.
Mr. R N. Dixon, of Union City,
started on a visit to his old home
in England last week, but had only
proceeded as far as New York when
he was robbed of his money and
had to abandon his trip.
The Biblical Society of London
announces that it has in its posses
sion a papyrus manuscript which
is tno handwriting oi the great
apostle- St. Peter. They refused
an. offer of $100,000 for it
Miss Blanche Carpenter, the
daughter of a prominent Chatta
nooga citizen, was assaulted and
robbed by a negro last week. The
assault occurred in broad daylight
on one of the most public thorough.
Graham T. Hatzclam, a promi
nent Chattanooga lawyer, was the
victim of a peculiar accident. He
was splitting kindling with a sharp
hatchet, and by some means he
struck his hand at the wrist joint
severing it completely.
At the recent Alliance meeting
in Ocala, Fla.r J. H. McDowell, ed
itor of the Toiler, and Ben Terrell,
of Texas, had a fight. McDowell
lost two teeth and Terrell received
a glancing blow on the cheek. By
the interference of friends hostili
ties were then stopped.
A. S. Colyar, jr., son Col. A. S
Colyar, of Nashville, was arrested
on charge of horse stealing last
week. Young Colyar has been a
great burden to his parents. His
latest escapade was in Mexico, wh
he passed himself off as the son of
Senator Carlisle and had a draft
for $10,000 endorsed by General
Frizbee. Prominent physicians
say he is not sane.
Clarksville banks are in trouble.
The Franklin, which was a private
banking institution has collapsed.
It will be able to pay 50 cents on
the dollar. R. H. Walker, a dealer
in leaf tobacco, was forced to make
assignment on account of the
collapse of the bank. The Farm
ers! and Merchants' Bank, also of
that city, has closed its doors, and is
in the hands- of a bank examiner
A man named Tom Petty was ar
rested at Clarksville last Friday for
abduction. He persuaded a young
girl named Martha Parrish to leave
her home with him. They firs
went to Nashville then Clarksville,
Petty instructed the girl to tell al
inquirers that she was his wife, and
she says he fooled her when he per
suaded her to leave with him. Pet
ty has a wife and four children a
The damage suit of Henry Jack
sou, of. Dover, against Rev. A. C
Stockard, of Waverly, in which the
plaintiff seeks to recover $20,000
for his wife's affections, which he
alleges were enticed away from him
that she has been seduced and in
fluenced to leave him, etc., comes
up at the present term of circui
court at Dover. The defendant is
a prominent minister in the Cum
berland Presbyterian Clmrch, and
it was while visiting the home o:
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, one or both
of whom are members of his flock
it is charged that he committed the
crime. The plaintiff is about sev
enty years of age, the defendant ten
years his junior, while Mrs. Jack
son is not far from fifty.
FUMITURE, CARPETS, W
PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMES,
Stoves, Sewing IVIachines,
West side Public Square, CAMDEN. TENN.
EJfijExamine my Folding Lounges. They are neat and cheap.
T5I SELF-HEATING WAS HER
THE PRIDE OF THE SOUTH, OK LADIES' FRIEND.
A grand and complete' success is the Self-Heating Washing Machine. It is both economical and labor-
saving, it does awav with the dreaded wash-tub and wet Honrs. It's a. m-pnif, hnrm W.lm lnf1 W PimKlimr
-hem to do their washinain one-third the time, and with one-third the strength renmred in i,h old wav.
A ten-year-old child can operate it with ease.
Agents are making from $100 to $150 clear, per month, selling these machines. Over $G00 worth have al
ready bceu.'sold in Henry County. County rights for the following Tennessee counties for sale, to wit:
Shelby, Tipton, Lake, Obion, Fayette, McNairy, Stewart, Laaderdale, Dyer, Crockett, Haywood, Hardin,
Chester, Decatur, Houston, and Perry.
1 or fuller information call an, or address,
Or Maj. a E. BARBEE, Camden, Tenn.
STATE IIGKKTS ALSO FOR SALE. 8-3
IK YOU ARK (lOINU
St. Louts, Oilcan". Mil-
w.uiKiie, rsi. ram,
or any point 'In the
sure your tick
ets rwul over
Ask agenta for It.
IK YOU AUK (i01X(i
or Southern Texas
points, oe cure
Take none oPtor.
Pullman BuffetSleeperson all Trains
Best Accommodations ami Equipments.
OOiIXM"oipMyowiiriR and ooeratiiifrNm'S in
yyy ten nuues, extending iroin moiix t aliH,.'l)ak.,
to New Orleans, Ui.,olfers shippers ami con
signees of freight superior facilities for bus
iness, and runsonalrie transnortat on c uu-ires
Issues through bills lud-ing and guarantees rates
to and irom au important points.
To obtain prompt and (piick service, order cour
Hiupiiicui milieu via:
CENTRAL K II.
For mans, rates, folflers. or ar.v other Informa-
tiim, apply to
a. ii. iianson. wciiGrai l'asscmger and Tlckot
Agent, mini go, ill.
A. .1. Knam, Assistant Oeiieral Freight wad
Passenger Agent, Memphis. Teim.
11. Tiu'K ku, (ieiu'iivl Freight Agent Northern
Lines. Chirago, 111.
I). 11. Mokky. (leneral FrelgHt Agent Southern
jines, iew (means, ui.
T. J. lluitHox. TralUc Manairer. Chlcniro. 111.
M. ('. M AltKllAM. Asslstiiiit Trallle Manasrr.
(. uicttgo, ul will.
LIVERY, SALE, AND FEED STABLE.
South Side Square, CAMDEN, TENN.
MPLK accommodations for vehicles and transient stock. Hacks, buggies, and horses for hire.
, npeciai accommodations lor traveling men and par
Hitching accommodations for the country public.
L. O. LASHLEE
sous iiiaking extensive trips with baggage
lour patronage solicited.
d Ban! t Trust Oompanu
CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.
J. H. Farmer, B. F. Hatley,
W. G. Hatley, Simon Nobles,
T. C. Rye, H. F. Stigall,
J. N. Simpson, B.
J. H. FARMER, President.
W. H. Meadow, Alex. Adams,
A. J. Farmer, A. C. McRae,
D. M. Farmer, M. A. Hatley,
iRoss, A. fR. Carnes.
H. F. STIGALL, Vice-President,
A. C. McRAE, Cashier,
Receives dejumits, makes loans, and'does a general banking business.
I'rotnpt attention, given collections. l:tf.
11. W. SHANNON.
MANNON & HERRIN,
UGGISTS & GHEI
J. It. HKllRIN.
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Toilet Articles, Perfumer!, Soaps, if Deists' Sundries.
East side public square, -CAMDEN, TENN.
Prescripti.ns Carefully and Accurately Compounded at All Hours.
Cartorla promotes Digestion, and
overcomes Flatulency, Constipation, Sour
Stomach, Diarrhoea, and Feverishness.
Thus the child is rendered healthy and its
steep natural. Caitoria contains no
Morphine or other narcotic property.
" Caistorla Is no well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me," H. A. Archer, M. B.,
82 Tortland Ave., Brooklyn, K. Y.
" I w Castoria In my practice, and And it
specially adapted to affections of children."
Aux. Kohertson, SI. D.,
10B72dAve.. New York.
Tot Ckxtacb Oo., 7? Murray St, N. Y.
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