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LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS.
Only four mom days and then
Sir. li. C. Hushing wnt to Nash
ville Monday on business.
The Saunders building isbein.
rained and remodelled by workman
For bargains keep an eye on our
Miscellaneous Advertising in an
Mr. Sidney L. Peeler is having
some improvements made at his
place of residence.
Messrs. J. A. Barnes and son,
Bluch, of Big Sandy, were up on
Judge Grigsby spent last Mon
day at Camden attending to legal
business. Dickson Enterprise.
Messrs. Thomas Brouerliton, V.
A. Nance and W. W. Preeson, of
Garfield, were in town Monday.
Just received 400 pounds brok
en st ick candy at Hawley s. is ice
and fresh, only G cents per pound.
Sheriff Lashlee lodged Prince
Simpson and Tamer Flowers ( both
colored) in jail yesterday for lewd
ness. What is' nicer for a Christmas
present than a gold watch and chain.
George Bateman has them at a bar
gain. Mr. Bob Ayers has been confined
to his room several days this week
from indisposition, but is able to be
While thpre will be no paper
issued from The Citronicle office
next week, all orders for job print
ing will receive prompt attention.
School at the Camden Collegiate
Institute will be dismissed to-day
until after the holidays. It will
oomraence again Monday, Decem
ber 31, 1894.
As we go to press we learn of the
marriage yesterday afternoon of
Miss Willie Williams and Mr. I. N.
Wilson. We will make mention of
particulars in our next issue.
Lee George, Newt Eedick and
Rich Arnold were turned over by
Sheriff Lashlee to Captain Tnrney
of the State penitentiary Wednes
day who proceeded with them to
George Bateman has just receiv
ed a new consignment of elegant
filbnms, photo and picture frames,
mirrors, toilet sets, vases, lamps,
toys etc. He will take pleasure in
Dr. W. P. McGill will soon have
completed one of the neatest and
most convenient residences in town.
Workman are engaged in giving it
the finishing touches when it will
be ready for occupaucy.
County Clerk G. B. Greer has
licensed the following- couples to
wed: Pink Fowler and Susan An
derson, W. E. Cockerell and Bar
bara Herrington, Boss Hatley and
Veda Thornton and I. N. Wilson
4nd Willie Williams.
The attention of the ladies is call
ed to the advertisement of Miss
Mattie Ayers in another column.
She has moved her stock of millin
? to the furniture store of Mr. G.
' . Bateman, where she invites the
ladies to call and inspect her stock,
Which is beiug added to from time
Mr. William Fisher, an aged cit
izen of the county, .who resided
about four mils southwest of Cam
den, died last Sunday from a severe
Attack of pneumonia. He leaves
an aged wife and several children
to whom we extend condolence and
sympathy in their hour of deep and
Preparations for entertaining the
Sunday school children of Camden
on Christmas Eve at the Methodist
church will be completed by Mon
day. An enjoyable time is prom
feed the little folks. It is urged by
the committee that all presents for
the tree bo delivered at the church
early Monday afternoon.
By special arraugments we offer
Home and Farm iu combination
with The Chronicle for $1, being
tlift price of our oaDer alone. This
is for all new subscribers, or old
subscribers renewing and paying
in advance, we send Home and
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Its home department is unequaled
Its childrens department is enter
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and home journal free. Remem
ber, this offer only holds good un
til January 1 189;;
-Mr. George II. Cowell, of the
Cowelle Chapel neighborhood, re
ports that one of his cowb dropped
twin cal vesone day last week. Both
are well developed and apparently
hearty. This is a somewhat unus
ual accurrence, in fact we know of
only one other instance where twin
calves have resulted and then lived
only a short time.
In writing on the subject of the
religious history of the State, Rev.
C. T. Carroll, presiding elder of the
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every true citizen of ihe great State
of Tennessee should be greatly in
terested in the centennial celebra
tion of our State, and with pleasure
do hereby promise my assistance in
every way consistent wit li my duty
as a citizen and as a minister of the
gospel in the great body of chris
tians known as Southern Metho
dists." Ministers of other denom
inations are showing nn active in
terest in the movement.
The Memphis Commercial. Ap
peal says: "The centennial exposi
tion will afford the chance a mag
nificent opportunity for an une
qualed advertisement that will nt
once inspire our own people and at
tract the world. It will be, in the
fullest sense, sufficient for the time
and for the future, and will bear ihe
rich fruit of enterprise and pros
perity for generations. For these
reasons, and the patriotic one of
pride in Tenuessee's history and
ambition in Tennessee's achieve
ments in the world of thought and
deeds, the geueral assembly-elect
should deal liberally with the pend
ing centennial exposition. Upon
that body the responsibility of suc
cess worthy of the State and the
opportunity will largely rest. The
counties and cities will come in for
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not be wanting in liberal uyot action tiusroadwiii revive specuii low rates, i in maps.
, -j . . j i lilies, etc.. .SVC ilLCIHS 1" uns run' n ' , ui
wnen necessity arises; utii uie gf-n- ,!,. c. ivatmokk,
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trill iiasuuiiM u-jMi-anira fin niv- !,((, isv 1 1 l.h. ivy
people, ami can net in 1e premises
with power and equity tor the whole n Evergreen Tree
WITHOUT COST I
We will st ml you by .mail post-paid one small
evci L'ieeo tree i Hinted lo your ciimaie, won in
structions tor plant Hit; ami carinu for it, together
wit i our coino e e lisi oi nursery mock, ii ou
will cut out tins advertisement, mark on it the
name of this paper. ami tell How many ami w nai
kind oi trees ami plants you woui.i une 10 pin-
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We w emote von lower liia-es on me. siock
you want than have ever been otlered you
w rue at once,
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wliosetlejioitment is nnirurmly excellent
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Tlie followkg is the report for the
past mouth :
Misses Uertha MeElvea. Mnry Wyly,
Ua Lashlee, Lelia Maulen, Alma Gier
and .lininiie Townsend and Messrs. Eu
gene McDaniel, Elilni Hudson, Orlando
Lashlee, Albert Allen, em on tarmer,
Marshall Frazier. Will Lashlee, Jack
Allen and Garland Hudson.
O. L. Kennedy,
SKCtRK A POSITION.
Wantrtl-for ofpee work, on salary, in k.vkky
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Address V. O. hox 4:a, Nashville, Teun. 4-10
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Sale of Land.
0. C. Hudson vs. John A. Holland.
In oheiHeneo f(i a h rron uf tlit chan-
ciry court at Cam !hi. T'niies-i'i, tntpli'
in the cause nt t). t;. Uivlsnii vs. .luim
llullaini, mnicc is li ivby (.'ivcti tli.it 1
wiil sell at public, audi. 'ii in fruit of 'he
cast door of the court house at Cuni'lon,
Monday, January 7, 1895, at Noon,
to tho highest nil ! host li'nhlel lhe follow-
ioiT ileum ibed tracts of lain): Flrf tract
iluateil in the seveiilli civil ilistiid of
Ui'iiloii ('oiintv, Tennessee, in ranue S.
set'tioii !1. lyinir on the northeast corner of
in entry for 270 acres iaiol in Ihe inline ,f
Ueorire V. Farmer, of which this is n part.
on tlie wt'Sl houinlary of rennessee River. I
ami runs west 263 v8 poles to tlie north
west corner of said entry; thence south
58 poles to a stake, in the west hoiindarv
oi said entry ; thence east 2S poles tn the
Tennessee lliver; thence down said river
with its meanders to the biyiuning, con
taiiiiiiii by estimation 87 acres. .
Second tract Ilfimiino; 20 poles west
and 20 poles north of the northeast cor
ner of William .Melton's land at two small
chestnuts (dead) redmik pointers; thence
north 80 poles to a black-j irk with two
rethink pointeis; thence east. 80 poles to
a stake with chestnut pointers; thence
south 80 poles to the beginning, contain
inn by estimation 40 acres.
Tebms of Sale Said land will be fold
for cash, subject to the equity of redemption.
This November 27, 1894.
D. Vs. HUDSON,
Clerk mid Master.
J. G. Robins, solicitor for complainant.
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