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Vol. X. No. 5.
CAMDEN, TENN., Fill DAY, DECEMBER 11. 1891.
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MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISING.
J v-Ailveill'-i'mcnls ins.-i It (1 m.ili-r this Heart
at i ci'iils M'i' lint1 e:tcli Insert inn.
lOOlH'olteeiit II A W 1. 1: VS. Try it, r pounds
VJ f"i si.
0
1,1) NKWsr.Vl'KKS for s:tle at Tu,i CintoN
ci.K olllee. Ht .") cents per liumlroil.
I)
(idllS, Windows, itml l'.tiildfr's Supplies, at
(;. V. ilAVI.K.Y M.
OKANCKS, Apple, l!ann;iliiis, l';iisiiH,"oci!t
mils and nil kinds ol 'ontectiiiierieseie.,;it
CI.Al'DK lll'DSON'S.
"10
In TOM lillliCIIKKN hel'urr Iniyim; your
IT Ci-oi'i-iifs and net nriees on everyUntii; yon
need or Christniiis and I lie Holidays.
A
AY one wanting to luiy a comparatively new
residence at a lar;;ain will on li.C Sciuinirt.
s
LATES, Tablets, ink, Tens, lVneils. etc.
at
(!. . II AWI.I'.V S.
HTANTi:i)-Tli miblie to know that 1 have
Y lust received the nicest line ol Christinas
4!ood.s in town. Come and sec them.
Cl.Al'DK IIUPSoX
A7
(iroccrii's at the very lowest prices at C. V.
Hami.kv's.
IK your Watch or Clock lias stopped running
diinnji tin? recent cold weather, carry it. to I'.
A. Ii ii' is : he will do your work cheap and ap
prci'iatelhe piitronage.
1
. 1. 1 I ' 1 ''1(111' . . , -V J ') II Mil I III , .1 in I IV .i
1 and c'ancv Conreclioncries just received at
"IT! fit I llr A,,nl.,u I' .... i .. I '.i ...I ...c
lUtKl'IIKKN'S. (.iet ids prices.
fiO to C. V. IIAW1.KY for "res
1 eries and .""'.cries. Heisinct
times with Hard Times prices.
Coiifcctiou-
ard
ClIill.DIiKN'.doyouwaut to see the bicucst dis
j play ol dolls you cer saw, at prices from 1
eent to . .',"), and vour picture enlarged free id'
oliarne".' Oo to STlCAl.l, & l'TTS.'
' VirllAlt can 1 find tlie cite
Holiday Ooods in town'.''
lipest ; lid nicest
' "At Ci.M'liK
"Yes, sah; and
Ill'lisoN'S.'
Mol.'KSO!"
'Am dat so'.'
NOW is a nooil time to have vonr watch and
clock repaired at STI(lALI.'"v l'OITS. All
work guaranteed. Also repair mold riuits, etc.
Trices the lowest.
MAC.IsTliATK'S WAKI! ANTS, ICxeeulmns,
and Slate Warrants for sale at Til k I'iikon
K'LK (mice. Ol her blanks printed to order.
STIUAl.l, & POTTS are making arrangements
to supply eveiyhody w ith Christmas Hoods.
Call and see. their iine of tfooils.
01" li joli prinlin.u' facilities are lirst-class', and
our specialty is gum I work. Insinuates land
Samples w here possible) w ill he furnished on.'ip
jilieation. Address Tim CllitnMi i r., ( anuieii.
i'euu.
rillllC best always sells, and I1AWI.KYS is the
L place where you will hud everything needed
in the way ol nood things lo cook and eat ilium;,'
Christmas lime.
KL'WoiiKS! rn;i:woi;iiS! lti;i;woi;ks!
iys, come and see mv new slock of Koiunu
Candles, Flit Crackers, Sky Ilockels, an all Hie
new novelties in lireworks. Kvcmliinu niarked
downelieap. L.U HK 111 Js).
Tl f ONKY has Wilms which should lie flipped by
111 judicious economy. liy pay tancy prices
fun- Holiday i iroeerics when you c;m save money
US lmyinuH'oiu TOM lllilX'HLI.N.
'QTKiALL & roiTSare now ileaihpiai ters lor
O -nias j;oods. If you want a nice present for
a friend, coine and t;el it before they are all pone.
Don't wait until Christmas Kveand then expect
a nice present, for they are all Koins;, even now.
rANTKD A cones pi i ml i lit; iiu'cnt in every
V tow n, to report on parties renai ilin openlnj;
or ntlittniK Saloons, by the largest Saloon inanu
fueturers in the wurid. (iooil man can make
$r,ooo. l'ot!iscliild'sSonsCo.,7;i'. liroadwav, N. Y.
"ItTANTKU-The general public to know that
V. X. Haw l.i'.v is heaiKpiarlers for new and
Low l'riccd l amily Hroeencs, 'i'ohaeco, Ciais
Snuff, Canned 1' i eii s, Apples, Oranges, etc., et c.
WANTKD -The public to know that 1 have
located at Camden and am prepared to do
all kinds nt repair work and make hoots, shoes
agd also repair harness. Sewinu machines re
pji'l. on short notice. Salistaciorv wink cuar
antt.d. Hive nie a trial. J . A. l'Alil'HMAN.
""WfllAi: is yo' Kwin', Wiisli?" "Ls'e cwin'
to STIHALL .i I'OT'TS to buy my imis
UOOils. l)ey is de chea)est 1 ever seed! Jiouu
take my word fer It, but o an' see J'er yo'self
Candy.ti cents per pound; coconuts, ' cents each:
set ciips and saucers for 'JO cents, ami all kinds
of nice tliinns thar."
BARGAINS IN
NEW MILLINERY.
MISS MATTIE AYHES
invites the ladies to call on her
UP STAIRS OVER STORE OF
FARMER, HUDSON & FARMER.
E. M. McAULEY,
M DENTIST,
East Side Square,
t'AMUKN, TKNN.
Calls from the rountrv will be promptly all cud
gel to. J"VHI speiel the second week ol each
month at Sanuy; ollice will lie at T. 1'.. can
trell's while there. I'll tf
SIDNEY L. PEELER,
Attorney at Law.
CAMDEN, TENN.
vVillcive careful attention to all business en
trusted to my care. Collections a specialty.
Ue'-Olliee at the coiiii-Iioilsi'.
CLAUDE HUDSON,
HEABQUAUTEKS FOR
FIodf, Meal, Gannei Fruits,
TOBACCO and CIGARS,
Apples, Oranges, Cheese, Snuff, Eto
FRESH CIDER A SPECIALTY.
Hard Time Prices on Everything.
COLEMAN'S
BARBER-:- SHOP,
JOSEPH COLEMAN, I'roprletor.
lV.Shonone door cast ol the Stipall Hous
'V"'rn' Give me call. :!'
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NtVVS.
Only ten morn days until Christmas!
Hon. W. L. Morris spent Sntur
ilay at Niishville.
Mrs. ft. 15. Travis is on Hie list of
imlisposcJ this week.
Mr. Horace Iiiishin, of "Wuvcrly,
was in town this week.
Dr. G. M. Watkins. of Hollow
Rook, was over Monthly.
Mr. Janiivs Nohlcs, of Faxon, was
up on business Tuesday.
Mr. H. W. Aki.M-s. of Faxon, was
up Monday on business.
The cistern at the Methodist par
sonage has been completed.
Mr. John G. Crocker, of Hollow
Hock, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. It. W. Lindsay, of Faxon,
wasin town Wednesday on business.
A newsy letter from Northford
was unavoidably crowded out last
week.
Dr. E. M. McA -ley made a lying
visit to Paducah Sunday returning
Monday.
For bargains keep an eye on our
Miscellaneous Advertising in an
other column.
Clerk and Master 1). G. Hudson
was called to Clarksville on busi
ness Tuesday.
J. M. Fishop, esq., of the- thir
teenth district, was down Wednes
day on business.
Messrs. Harry MeCann and Vir
gil Hushing, of Box, were over the
first of tht1 week.
Messis. A. H. Ballard and J. L.
Hudson, ot Garlield, were in the
city Wednesday.
Mr. Wyly Hooper, of Chicago,
spent .Sunday and Monday with
Camden relatives.
Mr. William Caraway, of Big
Sandy, has been in attendance on
circuit court this week.
Bargain hunters will do well to
look over our Miscellaneous Adver
tising in another column.
Mr. D. M. Nobles, of Paris, was
mingling with his many friends
here the first of the week.
Mrs. Mary Wheatley, an aged
lady, who resided in the fourth civil
district, died last .Saturday.
Messrs. 15. F. Hatley and James
Yickrey, of Huntingdon, have been
attending court here this week.
Mr. Lee Francisco, of Ardmore,
Ind. Tei"., came in Wednesday on a
visit to Benton County relatives.
Hemember the Christian Endeav
or services this evening at the Pres
byterian church. Everybody is in
vited. Miss Evora Steele, of Camden, is
visitingMiss Una Chambers. Hol
low Hock cor. Huntingdon Repub
lican.
I f you arc doing business you need
letter h' itds, statements and envel
opes. Gttthem at The Cukomclj:
ollice.
Wo learn that a spoke factory is
to be located near the place of Mr.
Gco'ge Herrin, a few miles north
of Camden.
Mrs. A. Arnold and little grand
daughter, Miss Sallie, have return
ed home from a visit to relatives at
Brownsville.
J. H. Wilkerson, esq., of Lexing
ton, lectured on temperance to a
large audience at the court-house
Monday afternoon.
Mr. W. W. Fisher, of Bert rand,
Mo., is visiting his father, Mr. Wil
liam Fisher, who is very low from
an attack of pneumonia.
Call and see sample oE Home and
Farm. This paper and The Ciikon
ICLE will be sent to any one in the
county one year for only 1.
Mr. T. B. Totty and little daught
er, Miss Vivian, of Dickson, who
have been visiting his father, Mr.
J. E. Totty, left for home Wednes
day. Born, G miles south of Camden,
in the third district, on the farm
of A. V. Hardin, to Mr. and Mrs.
HatTord Watson, December 0, a
daughter.
.Rev. T. F. Cason preached to nn
appreciative Htulience at the Meth
odist Church Sunday evening. He
will aL-o preach at the sume church
next Sunday forenoon and evening.
Everybody is cordially invited.
The Knights of P3 thins have
vacated the upper story of the col
lege building and moed into the
Masonic hall.
Mr. R. P. Haley, who is assisting
Circuit Clerk A. R. Brooks this
week, has our thnnhs for favors ex
tended ns in get ting up the proceed
ings of court.
Mr. J. T. Peeler, of Lavinta, who
has been reading law at Hunting
don for some time past, was sworn
in yesterday morning as a member
of the Camden bar.
Sheriff W. A. Lnshlee and Con
stable J. M. Hudson carried James
Havnes to Bolivar Saturday even-
mg where he was placed in the asy
lum for the insane.
County Clerk G. B. Greer has is
sued marriage licenses to Berry
Spicer and Alvitizine Smith, Dan
iel Johnson and Alice Oatsvall, and
Andrew Winters and Mary Mc
Swain. At the contest at the Methodist
church Tuesday evening for the
silver medal oll'ered by Prof. (). L.
Kennedy, the prize, was awarded to
Miss Jimmie Tov.'iisend, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. James Townseud.
"The Turn of the Tide, or Wreck
ed in Port," was plavod before, a
good audience at big Sanuy Salur-j
day evening. All who participated 1
in me piay are louu in their praise
of the hospitality and many courte
sies extended there by the good peo
ple of Big Sandy.
The visiting attorneys are Capt.
T. L. Lanier, of Waverly; Colonel
Thompson, of Paris; J. R. Wilker
son, of Lexington, and Judge Joe
.it 1 1 f .1
h. Hawkins, Capt, Sam Hawkins,
Elonzo Hawkins, G. T. McCall,
-fudge L. L. Hawkins, and J. T.
Peeler, of Huntingdon.
Mr. J. F. Dowdy has purchased
the stock of dry goods and assumed
all liabilities of Pierce & Son, mer
chants, nt Big Sandy. The Cam
den special last Saturday to the
Nashville American that Pierce it
Son lmd made an assignment wt'saii!"0? leading the bemociatic ticket,
orror. Pierce it, Son merely sold I in tllis Arterial district. Mr. Mor-
out to Mr. Dowdy.
"
Who will champion the people
of Big Sandy and have them rep
resented in the news columns of
The ClUlOXICI.E every week? Let
the young ladies and young men of
that thriving lit tie town xuide rover
this matter, and decide that Big
Sandy deserves to be represented
in her county paper.
Mr. John Nobles, of Big Sandy,
one of the most practical and suc
cessful farmers in the county, had
some fine tobacco for sale here
Tuesday of his own rai.Mii"'. He
has our thanks for a samp1 'eft at
Tin: Ciuionicl;: ollice. ,( vine
who has seen it pronounc't
excellent staple for this latituu '
County trustee. D. J. Alien, will
meet the lax-payers of the four
f.,,...ii. ,1;. ....;,.( :.. .1
1 11 1 1 i I l 1 . I l 1 111 1 11 I ill J 'I l'l 1 1 U l ,
Tuesday, .January 22. 18D5. This
explanation is made to avoid con
fusion as to what district "precinct"
referred to in the list of appoint
ments publUhed last week. He
will meet, the tax-payers of thothir
teenth district at Mauleys Chapel
Friday, January 18. 18'.)").
The following names constitute
the roll of honor of the high school
department at the Camden Collegi
ate Institute for the second month:
Misses 1 hi Lashlee, Gillie Stigall,
Jimmie Townsend, Anna McDan
iel, Anice McRae, Ola McDaniel,
Delia Gibson, Alma Greer, Inez
Gibson, Sndie Lashlee and Messrs.
Willie Lashlee. Eugene McDaniel
and Orlando Lashlee. All who
average about SO per cent, on de-
porimeni.recitaUo.'nnilattetHlance
will be placed on the roll (if honor.
By special arrangments we offer
Home and Farm in combination
with The Chkonicle for -SI, being
the price of our paper alone. This
is for all new subscribers, or old
subscribers renewing and paying
in advance, we send Home and
Farm one year free. Home and
Farm isa Hi-page agricultural jour
nal made by fanners for farmers.
Its home department is unequaled.
Ilschildrens department is enter
taining and instructive. Renew
now, and get this great agricultural
and home journal free. Remem
ber, this offer only holds good un
til January 1, 1895.
An enjoyable entertainment was
given the young folks at the hospi
table home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Lash lee, a few miles cast of town
Wednesday evening. The follow
ing young people from this place
were in attendance: Misses Ida
McRae, Daisie Rye, Stella Lashle.',
Joe Sullivan, Ida Melton, Tom Fu.;
sell, Mary Collins, Anna McDaniel,
Ruby Bivens, Maggie Melton, I a ry
Wyly, 11a Lashlee, Lizzie MeCul
louiiliand Stella Collinsand Messrs.
1). G. Hudson, W. T. Morris, C. V.
Hawley, Claude Hudson, Orlando
Lashlee, James Lashlee, Enla Hud
son, Nolie Cuff, Mike Collins, J. S.
I I .. 1 .. T . 1 1 I . 1 rn 11 L'j 1
uaiey, uoiiii Maiden, x. iu. Dieeie,
W. E. McCullough, Tom Farmer,
Harvey Garrett, Harris McCann,
Von Jackson and Roy Melton.
The following committees have
been appointed for the Christmas
entertainment for the little folks:
Committee to call off presents, S. L.
Peeler and J. V. Travis; committee
in charge of the tree and presents,
Misses Daisie Jive and Sissie Mc
Elyea and Messrs. W. L. McElvea
and E. M. McAuley; distribution
committee, Zula McElvea, Ola Mc
Daniel, Cal lie Scrugus, Ella Stigall,
Willie Robins and Frank Miller;
committee to secure tree, Messrs.
H. F. Stigall, V. A. Steele, J. G.
Robins, John Maiden and Russell
Ncnmgs; committee to dress tree,
Misses Daisy Rye, Nancy Stigall,
Evora Steele, Tint) Fussell Bertha
McElyea, Mat tie. Avers, Joe Sulli
van and Mrs. Nina Arnold; to as
sist, Messrs. B. C. Scruggs and Ver
non Farmer; committee on music,
Mrs. W. 1. Farmer, Miss Ruby Biv
ens and Messrs. U. A. Potts and J.
V. Travis.
Hon. W. L. Morris, of this place,
who is a candidate for sargeant-at-armsof
the senate of the next gen
eral assembly, conies of one of the
oldest and most, iniluential families
in this section of the State. He
ably and creditably represented us
in the general assembly two years
1 1 1 1 1 , i
ns nas always oeen a loyal, capital
letter Democrat, and best of all he
is morally a gentleman in every
sense the word implies. No man
iu the county takes more inlerest or
does more effective work for the
cause of Democracy, than Mr. Mor
ris, who is a valiant and persi-tent
champion of the principles he be
lieves to be right. He is wort hy of
any position to which his good
judgment would allow him to as
pire, and we hope tosee him elected
to the position of sergeant-at-nrms,
feeling sure that no man can better
fill the position than Mr. Morris, of
the good county of Benton.
The Camden Collegiate Institute
was packed Monday evening as it
never has been before. The event
of the evening was the thrilling
drama, ' The Turn of the Tide, or
Wrecked in Port," presented by the
students and friends of the college.
Startling room was at a premium,
and Ihe interest never lagged from
the rise of the curtain to the tlnal
drop. The characters were good,
and were strongly presented, nota
bly Mr. W. L. Morris, as "Jonas
A Id rich," made a . splendid hit, and
personated the drunkard to perfec
tion. "Mrs. Aldrich" was strongly
personated by MissSissie McElyea,
and Misses Stella Collins ami Joe
Sullivan as "Miss Susie Aldrich"
and '"Miss Frisky" were deserving
of much praise. Miss Stella Lash
lee, as "Miss Lillian Lacy," had the
sympathy of the entire audience,
ami Messrs. W. T. Morris nnd O.
jj. Koimodv woro woll rtH-oivoil mill
didcredi! to the characters of "Cap-
t;ij Ellsworth" and "Captain Si.
M orris. my. 1 J. u. iliutson mane
a creditable vidian indeed in the
character of "Herman Clyde," and
Mr. W. L. McElyea kept, the an
dience in a roar of laughter in the
character of "Pepper," the negro
servant. Mr. Orlando Lashlee, in
theeharacterof "Sling Shot Rube,"
assisted in making the entertain
ment a success. The occasion was
concluded by a speech by ''Pepper,"
which completely captivated the
'audience. The entertainment will
be repeated this evening, the pro
ceeds to be applied to ''tying for a ' remain here oid a day or two and
cistern at the Methodist pars.mage. , the estimate of tin amount oxpetu!
Admission, only 10 cents. Don't! ed by tho.,o who locate ami other
miss it. I is simply incalculable.
CIKUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Sums ot Ibo MuNt Important l'rocec dlii(;i(
had iiji to Ye Me cilay.
Following are the proceedings of
circuit court here this week, Judge
Levi S. Woods presiding and Attorney-Genera!
B. J. Howard pros
ecuting:
AV. F. Wheatley and F. Q. Wheat-
ley, assault with gun with intent to
murder; sentenced to work-honsA
to secure accrued cost on part o
State.
A mistrial was had in the case, of
William Cole, who was arraingned
for disturbing public worship."
The case against C. II. Sullivan,
charged with assault with attempt
to kid, was nolle prosequied at de
fendants cost.
M. L. Barnes, unlawful commu
nication with female under age;
continued.
Newt Redick was tried find found
guilty of robbery.
The verdict. "giiilty" was relumed
against Thomas Crowell, charged
with larceny.
William Hartley, charged with
carrying weapon, submitted his case
ami was lined.
The case against Jack Wyatt, for
selling liquor to minor, was "nolle
prosequied.
For disturbing public worship
Henry French was lined.
Land was condemcd in tin1 cases
of David Young vs. J. A. Hampton,
H. A. Greene, guardian, vs, J. L.
Shurley, Phillips, Daily & Co. vs.
Ii. D. Luck, John. Ogles fon se J.
Deaton vs. John Wilhelm, M. J.
and Eliza Wilhelm.
Court is still in session, but the
grand jury adjourned yesterday
afternoon, after finding about ten
or twelve true bills.
The following gentlemen com
posed the grand jury; J. F. Hol
lowan, foreman, J. R. Cole, A. Y.
Johnson, E. M. PaiTord, W. II.
Darner. A. E. Dickerson, W. K.
Aden, H. G. Lindsey, H. Q. Alli
son. M. Hernden J. B. Pierce and
11 C. llollingsworth.
Hon. J. E. Washington, member
of Congress from the Nashville dis
trict, on December (i introduced in
Congress "a bill to aid and encour
age the holdingof a Tennessee Cen
tennial Exposition at Nashville,
Tenn.,in the year 1806, and making
an appropriation therefor." The
bill carries with it an appropriation
of 82.)0,t)00. 5?50,000 of which is to
be expi'iided on a building, and the
remainder to be used in preparing
a Government exhibit. The bill
further recites that "the exhibit
shall be made by the Government
of the United Slates, from its Exe
cutive Departments, the Smithso
nian Institution and National Mu
seum and the United States Fish
Commission, such articles and ma
terial as illustrate the functionsand
administrative faculty of the Gov
ernment in time of peace, and its
resources as a war power, tending
to demonstrate the nature of our
institutions and the adaptation to
the wants of the people." Mr.
Washington says he will not let
the bill sleep, but with the aid of
the Tennessee delegation and the
Southern members in general, ho
hopes to get an early and favcrable
report.
Hon. G. II. Slaughter, of Saint
Bethlehem, Tenn., in enumerating
some of the good things that would
come with the centennial exposition,
writes as follows: "It will proba
bly bring into the State from vari
onsother sections not lessthan 2o0,
000 people, and probably more,
many of whom, when they see and
learn of our many advantages of
soil and climate, will be induced to
purchase homes and settle, some in
one part (tf the State and some in
others. At a reasonable estimate
the average amount of money that
will be expended and left in the
State by these 2."0.000 people will
not be less than 812 each, or in the
aggregate &,000.000 and possibly
more which will be extensively dis
tributed, more or less, among all
classes of persons. Th is is es! i mat
ing that these 2"0.000 neoplo will

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