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Vol. X. No. 7.
CAMDEN, TJ:NN., rillDAY, JAN IIAHY 1, lS'tf.
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LUC A l, MENTION.
ami M ti N 'i W
Of couim' even
.snowed, riiiiicl, fr'
. Ssiitii.s, a ton.
i.i! y l.nuws it h1('c1.ih,
,'t nj), luutl'TateJ ami
then mitwcil ii.ii.i
Im'.i! Hinrisiiieii liavo liecii making it
h rided'y interestin;; f'ir w ild turkeys and
rahliiia the jiat-t week.
Tin Oliver tr'ui'' hand went to Hunt
inyid'iii ent( rday to furtiiKli inusie for a
Wall at tliat juik'c IukI nirht.
Tlio voiinp; folks enjoyed anotlier de
lightful entertiinniiMit at the lionio of
Mr. 1'. Melton last l'uesday evening.
1 Mr. ('. S lia ('on and family, of Cox
biuvli. liave .moved to Camden, and oc
cupy ho Maiden lesideiiep, in west Cam
den. Depositions were taken by Clerk and
Master Iluduon Tuesday in tlm land case
of Jeannette L. Buelialian vs. Thomas
Visitors here should rememher the
latch-string nt Tim Ciiboxiclk oflicc is on
the oulside. nnd a general invitation is ex
tended to call and see us.
Next Sundav in the appointed time to
select Sunday school ollk-er for the en
suing year at the Preshyterian church.
A full attendance is desired.
Ilegnlar services w;ll bo held at the
Presbyterian chnrch Sunday forenoon
and evening by the pa-tor, liev llamsey
Duncan. All are cordially invited.
Qn ineils court convenes here next
Monday. 1'liU promises to bean inter
eiiii s -iMi, nnd a lare crowd will be
ill attendance, the weather permitting
TruMcei) .1 Allen w ill start on his lasl
round next week, l-"inninji sit Camden
i'tiesday, to collect taxes f rl1-0l 'osts
and imerest will accitieon 1804 taxes Feb
ruaiy 1, l!83.
Word was received hce yesterday that
liev. Mr. Weaver lost his trunk, etc., in
the fire which destroyed the depot build
inn of the Midland Uailroad at Parsms
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Farmer began
house-keeping this week iu the Town-
send residence. Mr. O. u. Ilnbbsand
family have moved into the residence of
J udgo D. C. Scruggs.
bchool at the Camden Collegiate re
stitute opened again Menday, after a
vacation during the holidays. There is
a full attendance and several new stu
dents have been enrolled.
Messrs John P. and A. P. Lashleehave
purchased the livery etable property of
Mr. P. Melton, the trade beii.g concluded
veslerday. We are not informed as to
what was the coti.idention.
A n enjovable entei tainment was given
tho voting folks Monday evening at the
home of Mr. li. Lo. d, in South Camden.
Quite a number from town aHei'dml, and
they reported a delightful time.
Bids dosed Tuesday, December 23, for
ihe sale of the Ilolden Rushing farm at
Point Mason, w hich went In Mr. John W.
Fry, of Uockport, for $2.GO0.- Mr. Fry
will take charge of the property at once.
David Rushimr was carried to Hunt-in-'don
Tuesday bv Deputv Marshal W.
G. Kirk on a warrant chardughim w ith
selling liquor without license The war
rant was quashed and Hushing was re
Fire dist roved a large barn for M. A.
Uatley. of Ooxburgh, .Thursday night,
the 20th instant. His stock was saved.
According to the reports received here,
it was the work of an incendiary. The
barn, a large quantity of hay ami some
farming implements which were burned
are a total loss.
Rev. T. F. Cason, pastor, occupied tlie
pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday
forenoon. The evening services were
conducted by Rev.' J. L. Weaver, who
was visiting here. The attendance was
very good, considering the inclemency
of the weather.
Lem Askew, a brother to Aaron Askew,
died from an aggravated case of chronic
diarrhoea last Sunday at his home in the
Chalk Level neighborhood. He lived a
single life, and was somewluitof a recluse,
caring little for worldly affairs and-what
iVii going on around him.
The barn and a large quantity of hay
and fodder belonging to Tom Farmer,
who resides uear Point Mason, was de
stroved bv fire one night last week The
origin of the fire is not known, but it is
supposed to be the work of an incendi
ary. We learn there was no insurance.
Miss Retta Latimer, daughter of Mr.
J. T. Latimer, of near Dristow, and Mr.
llenrv McKelvev, of EgRville, were hap-
pilv united in marriage Thursday of last
week. We join with their many friends
in extending best wishes for many years
of happiness, usefulness and prosperity.
County Clerk G. B (beer has Ticensed
the following couples to marry: W. J.
McDonald ami M. E. Clement, W. II Mc-
Kelvevand lietta Latimer, Z. A. Barker
and Elmira Holland, G. R. Evins.atid
Lillie A. Melton, Dee Hat.ey and Natrnie
Smothers, T. L. Jackson and Alice K
Wheatley.C. T. Purr and Dora Da'iand
J L. Fry and Lnla Hartley. Colored
E. J. Moore and Linnie Yarbrongh.
There arc quite a number of candidates!
fir county superinicnd'iit a! public in--traction,
and ihecontcs' before the coun
ty court next week promises to be a de
cidedly lively one, judging from Ihe in
terest which is being taken in the m iller.
Good humor and merriment was the
or Jf-r of the evening at the home of Mr.
P. Melton Christmas. It was the occa
sion of the entertainment for the young
folks, and they were out in full force.
It vas indeed a happy occasion long to
be remember d,. and the children and
voting people who enjoyed tho hospital
ity of Mr. and Mrs. Melton will recall
the event with pleasant thoughts of de
lightful joy and pleasure.
Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Saunders gave the
young folks an entertainment Thursday
evening of last week. Later in the even
tug, after a lively game of "rowser," a
few couples tripped lightly to the har
mony of sweet music. As the music lent
its charm and inspiration, the cosy rooms
resounded with peals of laughter from
the merry guests, who, at a late hour,
departed for their respective homes to
dream of the many holiday pleasures.
Mr. I. N. Wilson and wife celebrated
Christmas by giving an entertainment
to their many friends that evening. A
large number of invited guests were on
hand, and all indulged in the merriment
and joy of Christmastide until the wee
srna' hours of morn. Mr. Wilson and
his charming bride, who were only mar
ried tiio Thursday previous, were the re
cipients of many hearty congratulations
and well wishes for a long life of iatppi
uess and prosperity. j
Miss Lnla Hartley and Mr. Lee Fry
were happilv married at the homo of the
bride at Eva Wednesday ufternoon, T.
J Lowrv, esq , officiating. Tlie biide
is a daughter of Mr K. J. Hnrtlev, and
is a lrjost charming onng lady, while the
bridegroom is an industrious, persever
ing young man of exeelleit habits and
Rood business qualifications. May they
live long and be prosperous and happy,
is tho wish of their many friends who
we join iu congratulations.
Last Sunday muming Miss Alice K.
Wheatley, a. member of the Romaine
Temperance Troupe, of Dig Sandy, and
Mr. Thadens Jackson, of Paris, were
united in marriage at the Stigall house.
W. T. Morris, esq , vety gallantly per
formed the ceremony which made them
one. bile it is not known that there
was parental objection to the union, the
young people took this romantic, oppor
tunity to plight their vows in the holy
bonds of wedded bliss. They left im
mediately after the marriage ceremony
for Dig Sandy, the home of the bride.
An enjoyable entertairment was given
at the hospitable homo of Mr.' and Mrs.
I. II. Wvlv Wednesdav evejiue of last
week, and notwithstanding the snow and
intense cold which prevailed there was a
large attendance of merry, joyous guests.
Christmas festivity reached its climax in
the balmy atmosphere of warm rooms
and amid happy faces. It. was a glorious
evening for both old and young, when
the good cheer and merriment that al
wavs prevail at this time were heighten
ed by the happiness of the young folks
in their graceful plays aud joyful songs.
Tho two Sunday schools at this place
celebrated Christinas with an old fash
ioned Christmas tree nt the Methodist
church. There weie in fact three trees
grouped together, aud much credit is'
due the ladies for the decorations and
finishing touches to the trees, which were
beautifully decorated with a wonderful
array of gifts for both old and young.
The gifts were so numerous their distri
bution occupied nearly the entire even
ing, and doubtless every one present was
remembered iu some way by loved ones
and thoughtful friends. The gathering,
which thronged and packed the ch'?rch,
was first entertained by a chant. "The
Lord's Prayer." by the choir selected for
the occasion. Prayer was led by Judge
D. C. Scruggs. At the conclusion of the
distribution of the presents, the choir
rendered "Hallelujah God the HLdiost"
and the audience was dismissed with a
benediction by Rev. T. F. Cason.
Considering the extremely disagrees
ble weather, a fair audience turned out
Saturday evening to see the well-known
temperance drama, "Ten Nights in a
Mar-room," presented by the Romaine
Temperance Troupe, of Dig Sandy. The
characters were represented by Misses
Alma Broil m, Alice Wheatley, ('lem
Lowry and Cora Brewer and Messrs. J.
J Yates, T. M. Cautrell. E. D. Bowles,
.1. D. Waters, W. P. Caraway, Edward
Lindsey and Leon Caraway. Each one
was an individual success iu the charac
ter personated, the death-bed scene be
ing very effective and realistic The
play is founded on a picture of every day
life, and the performance was exception
ally bright and enjoyable. It was a suc
cess from tho start, and the audience
showed their appreciation by libeial ap
plause, In fact the young ladies and
geutlemen who rendered tho perform
ance strengthened the good impression
made here by the young people of Big
Sandy on previous appearances. While
the company is composed of home talent
they all bear evidence of clever ability,
and will, if they ever come to Camden
again, bo received with open arms. And
wo hope they will so decide in the near
future, and give our people au opportn
nitv of seeing them again.
Mr. Sterrel lbi hoi n. nf lilir Sand v. was In town
Miss Huby Itivens visited In the country during
the build. i)m.
Mr. Ucoi'ge I'.caslcv. of I'.ox. wan over dm lim
-Mrs. Cora Atchison Is vlsillng relatives at Erin
and lilg Sandy.
Mr. Harry Johnson, of Hollow Kock, spent
Mr.J. W. Fry, of Itockport, was down Wednes
day on business.
Mr. C A. Foits was somewhat indisposed tho
Hi st of last week.
Dr. T. H. Cautrell, of,l!ig Sandy, visited hers,
during the holidays.
Mr. I! . V. Hiigal made a living trip to Waverly
on business Tuesday.
Mr. Valdora Johnson spent thrlstmas with
relatives at Clarksville,
Mr. W. 1. Fanner made a fijing visit to Nash
ville one day last week,
Messrs. V. A. hushing and Harr McCtinn, ot
liox, were over Sunday.
Miss Nellie Muses spout the holidays Willi her
many Camden relatives.
Mr. J. T. Throgmorton spent Christmas With
relatives hi Henry Comity.
Miss Ceorgla Laslih-e.nf the tenth disiiiet, en
tered school here jVIonday.
Miss Dora Hall, of Bimv 'M nt, -.pniit the holl
dajs Willi Camden friends.
Clerk and Mastei !. u. t',,, ! -on went to Hunt
ingdon yeslerday niolnhig.
Miss LUzio Hull...-, ..t liggvlllo, was the guest
of tile Missi s Mi:: . i t nnslmas.
Mr. J. A. f' r -lim in spi'tit Christmas with
bomefolks at ( .jibd laud City.
Mr. W. (I At u. Id visited his sister, Mrs. .J. II.
Liv.'s, at lin.wii.svihe. lasl week.
M r. Erie 4 il.uicocU, r Pig Sandy, visited Cam
(leu li lends dm ing til.; holidays.
Mr. A, N. Lindsey, of Jtig Sandy, spent Christ
mas day with Camden relatives.
Mr. K. M. Kbodes. of Milan. Is the micst. of
brother-in-law, Mr. Folk Cowell.
Mrs. W. P. Me(ill was somewhat, indisnnsed
last week, bin is reported belter.
Mr.J.C. Davut. of IJig Sandv. visited relatives
at Camden Sainvdavand Sunday.
Miss Marv Oossett. of Johnson ville. was the
guest of Miss Joe .Sullivan last week.
Mr. Joe ( '. . Hudson returned home Wednesday
from a trip of several das to I'aducah.
Miss Lillie Uisblce. of the tenth district,, snent
the holidays with relatives at this pbvce.
Demit v Marshal W. (!. Kick mid J. M I.asb-
lee, esq,, went lo Nashville Wednesday.
Miss Maude Crim. of Xasbville. soent the holi
days with her many friends of tins place.
Mr John Kryeraud faitiirv.nl Manh ville. snent -
a few das last week Willi Camden relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. II. (1. (libs in, of Cooleys Land,
ing, sp .nt i ln iitinas with Camden relatives,
Mr. Jes-e Com ad came down from Parsons and
spent Christmas wit It bis many Camden friends.
Mr. iindMis. f. N. Wilson went to Tva yester
day to visit Mis. Wilson's inol her near that place.
Mr. John C . Lowry accompanied the lloiuailie
Teuipc lance Troupe, of liig Sandy, up .Saturday.
Misses Lattie and t'lara Hudson, of Cooleys
Lauding, spent Christmas with Camden relatives.
Mr. Alex. Itivens, of Huntingdon, spent the hol
idays Willi his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. lliv
ens. Miss Clara' Kennedy spent the holidays with
friends al Nasii.iile, returning home tiunday
Mr. Willie Mitchell came up from Weakley
County to s)end the holidays with lienton County
Mr. T. W. Cuff, who is attending school at Hoi
laday, spent the holidays with homefolks in the
Misses Lenora MelJae, of Cartersville, III., and
Vickie Ityrn, of P.iir Sandy, are guests ot Mr. ana
Mrs. W. E. Mcltae.
Sheriff W. A. L islilee and brother, J. M. Lash
lee, esq , made a Hying business trip to Nashville
the first of the week.
Mrs. W. I. Farmer spent Christmas with her
p ircnts, Mr. aud Mrs. Martin, at MuKeuzie, re
turning home Saturday.
Mr. W. S. Potts, of I!ig Sandy', accompanied by
his son, Mas'"!1 J 'ih-oh, spent Christmas with
his son, Mr. U. A. Potts. v
Mr. II. E. Md.lvta and family, of Humphreys
Counlv,speiit the holidays with his parents, Mr.,
and Mrs. F. A. MeUlyeal
Mr. lthides. of Mu tin, was the guest of his
brother-in-law, Mr. L N. Lanier, of South Cam
den, during the holidays.
Mr. fat Woods, of Holladav, passed through
Camden the first of last, wevk eu route to I'adu
cah lor an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Davis, of Huntingdon, were
guests of Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. W.
Oibson, during the holidays.
Ex-Sheriff E. fx. Flowers and family, of Big San-
d, were the guests of Mis. Flowers' mother,
Mrs. J. (i. Hudson, unrisumis.
Senator-elect James Jeffreys left Wednesday
for Nashville to be present at the opening of the
general assembly next Monday.
TiikChhonici.k ollice was honored yesterday
bv a call from two charming young ladies, Misses
Stella MeCanii aud Sadie Kushiug.
Master Henry McElyealeft the first of last week
to jniemi Urn boliditv.H with hi.s uuuL. Mrs w. .s.
Austin, at La Vergne, returning home Saturday.
Sheriff A. L. (lakes, of Lake County, came up
Monday, returning home Tuesday with Newton
Melton', who is wanted for robbery at Tiptonville.
Mr. (leorge Itartlettand family spentChristmas
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Bartlett.
They left for their home at Khoxville Thursday
of hist week. .
Miss Sadie Hushing went to fiox Wednesday of
last week to visit relatives, returning home Sun
day. Mho was accompanied by Miss Stella Mc
Ca'nn, who Is her guest this week.
Mr. W. (1. Marker, who has been attending
school at Holladav, left for Crockett, Ark. .Thurs
day of last week to take charge of a school. The
best wishes of his many friends In Old Kenton go
Miss Hallle Whitfield, who Is attending school .
at Lebanon, spent file holidays with homefolks.
She returned to i,ctiaiion sniidav. and was ac
companied by her mother, Mrs F. C. Whit Held,
as lar as ...nes'uiviiie, wn.-i-i' me, latter visited
friends, returning home Monday.
Hon. W. L. Morris left Wednesday for Nash
ville to look after hisinteresls in Ins candidacy for
sergeant at arms of the. senate in the general
assembly, which are very flattering indeed. He
lias soup' strong opposition, but. n is now predict
ed that he will be elected xui the Hist -or second
ltev. J. L. Weaver, of Decaturville, snent afevv
days last waek wit h his many Camden friends. It
is bard to realize tli.tt he is not, soil aiming us.
lie is well pleased with his new home, where he
finds I lie people kind and hospitable, and he re
joices iu their morality and devotion to the Mas
ter's cause. ' ,.
Mr. John W. Rye and wife, nee. Mrs. Nora Le
gion, of Maylield, Ky., snent the holidays will)
his Lit her, Mr. Wayne ifye. Ibis is Mr. Kye'8
tirst visit to his old home siii"e his marriage to
Mrs. U'giou, which happy event, occurred a few
inonrhs ago. Wo join other friends here in e x
tending etingviitiibn.ions and lst wishes. They
left Friday for their home at M.-ivllcld.
A tin Sinal.ey . widow of Pay
died hist Wednesday at her
home in the eight district of heart disease.
She was about sixty live years "f age, n I
had been io bail ht Vsh some time. I lei
reijKi.io were interred yesterday at, Kush
ingA Creek Cemetery.