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-71 -. A. it .J 1 ! in j it JL M Vol. XI. N. II. CAMDEN, TENN., ritlDAY, AUGUST i:i, 1K:,. W11.ii No. 27 J r a lnrw (TjlDf RO X ft ) 0 T1IK HOME KIJILDIXU, oao'SaviDjjs association LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. OF CAMDEN, TENN. Loans Money to its Stockholders on Real Cstato Security. Mature in Six Years Stock will CAPITAL, $100,000.00 SHAKES. $100 00 DUES, 75 CTS. PEIl MONTH. M in Im'TaIi 1 11 Ft' itO.KI OK IIKIXTnll4. , MoiiIIih I. l. III IMIN, Vrr: V. K. MiU.VI'A. I lol;il .11 .1. W. II VI KMA V, . l'rvn. .1. Y. M nnM.I.- I W. K. MrllK Horrolnry. .1. O. riilo, Sim U Imlili !' Trolit, A. U. r.KOl'U-., I W. A. I.AmII.I.I; 1 V. K. ftUC'l I.I.Ol (ill. I WUlHlrawtil ValiiP.. II I.I sTKAHON HIOW1NO COT AimI I'rofltii to I'itkoii 'tiri)iit 10 Nharn M iluillj; ,iln.-iil Mutiirltjr 41,000.00 . ... .. .. .- 10.00 Mr. (iurloii Hudson is reported convah scing hliiwly Mr. T. W. Farmer, of Clydefon, was in town Wednesday Mr. C. T. Allen, of Coxburgh, was in tin1 city yesterday Mr. J. X. Fanner, of Clydeton, was here on business Monday Tin1 little (laughter of Mr. and l V It'll. 1.1 .Mrs. o. . jiatcinan was no better Bi..oo yesterday The littlo chiM nf Mr. and Mrs. F. E. McEIyea has been very nick this week Dr. . I. ilubbs is having some improvements made- at his placo of residence. Mr. 1). C. Hushing nnd family havi) moved into their new rest deuce on the past bide if. n ,hti .. 1 .Tk,( tKa u,;il Cnnn PaU fr.n SAlinn Summer Lawns. Cha'.lies. Ml' - "omo t)U I 1 1 J I 1 1 1 V wU JvU Hin wvvn ww .v. - " v Ml r 1 . . . and Worsteds. Straw Hats. Oxford Ties and Tan Shoes. I can Save UUMm hH iui.uu.-iy, out wm return You from 25 to 50 Per Cent, if You Como and BUY NOW! .Don t to Hot springs next month Wait Too Lzte. and Don't Listen to What Others May Say, but Come nd See for Yourself and be Convinced that I MEAN BUSINESS! Iiov. Joseph Allen returned last Monday from conducting a revival meet i utr at Lush i !!' Creek, which ont hiiied through l.-et week. A ;r'at(leal of good was acconiplish- 1 as a result of tho meeting. sivi.oo l.noo.oo 5 Wish to Call Your Attention To the Fact Remember, that Goods J. A. Clement, esq., and family aro spending the week with rela tives and friends near Enloo Mr. Mike Collins is engaged at making some improvements at the residence of Mrs. W. 1 Morris. Mrs. Clnudo "Waggoner, of John- Of all kinds are Advancing in the Market. Your Time to Buy is Be fore the Advance Reaches Here. I have a Large Stock of Shoes on Hand that was Bought Before the Advance that are Selling Like Hot Cakes. So you see, I can SAVE YOU MONEY by Trading with Me. Remember, I Mean What I Say. and these Goods P.ust and will be Sold! Bonvillo, carao over and spent the Yours Anxious to Please, dfly Saturday with Camden friends, Trustee D. J. Allen, who went to Nashville Inst, week in settle with Comptroller Harris, returned Fri- JOHN W. BATEMAN fjest Tennessee Land if Mr ation jo.,K CAMDEN, TENN. ill the members of the Camden Methodist Church are requested to meet at the church to-nieht. Uus Take Options, Sell and Rent Land, Furnish Abstracts, and do a General hnCHg 0f importance. KP3 rsiam niisinns. i Alarriage licenses nave oeeu is ! W. P. M GILT,, President." A.J.FAKMEK, VIce-rreMrtent. W. T. MORRIS, Sec- SUed by Comity Clerk G. 13. GrOCr retary. l. IIUIJUI, VOrre!Hinuiii; nctrmni jt '" ni.ni.vwnD ipoiuling Secretary, AV. E. AlcKAE, Treasurer. S. jL. l'LKLEK, Attorney. What is r Lnj Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is & harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. HL USED A WINCHLSTCfJ. Jo I It A t -1 1 i . I .-. t 1m Mnr- iIit of tin. I jnillr of I iiurnii y t jr . T'- fourth di-ti i i t of t hi;icoiiuty came near being I lie i-c iif t f a t-r- Mr. Arthur l'tley,whi resides a ribletragedy Thursday of 1 istweek. ew miles ent of tow n, is the proud Jou Lew is, win i had been en;jloy d ossessor of perhaps the only sul- abouttiiefarmof Mr. F.u-eiie Wy ly. hur well in the county. Ilea ntly tanked upon billhead w liisky, and 10 sunk a well on his place, and for a short w hile after luncheon lie he water found is pronounced an amused himself by smashing and xcellent article of sulphur. If the destroying the furnitur" and every - water is lasting the well may prove thing that came in his way. to bo ;i bonanza to Mr. Utley. Then seizing a Winchester rifle Seekers for homes who wksl, to house and seated himself .1 If t if 1 A start over airaiu in some locality on me yarn iencn. .ur. yiyweui where L'ood land is identiful and to the door to loente him, and as h.s ho climate is favorable for work H,) L,'wi I"-"'t'eded to try his 1 i . i i the year round, should iwt tlu-m- kl11 HS ,l "'irksman. selves relative to llenton County. Til(' lirst K,,ot ,J,ir(,1y 1n'1'-'1 Mrs- Tenn. To find out tho facts andM'y. wll( W,IS standing near he for further information, pamphlet, husband, and tier little child nar- etc, address tho West IVunwc wly t-BrnpiHl Im'idk ft vi:tmi I the Land and Immigration Company, h'ond shot, lhe third shot wo Camden, Tenn. M'n'd at .Mr. J. W. haunders, wlic icard the shifting and hurried to tho rescue. Tho fourth, which wag. i . i . i . ii ii i .. i : 1 There isadisease amon-then. mH v,w ulw rui(J ",u onuuneu that is killing a great many milch four (mhd "dges) was fired cows. Abouttweutyheadhavodieiir UMO,U 1I1JUry lo nny C11( ' duriiiL' tlio last two weeks, nnd thov have been. far. nnablo to fin,1 a 1Y 'UW5Sr8- and ftaui.Uers ana r, 1. Mliiiv fnrtipil ln'm nvnr li Klu'rifT W euro. It is nrououueed bv some to ho .mfhrnv or Knlomr, fever n A- Lashlee, who lodged him 111 the ease in which the snleen becomes cou,y reatlvenlar-edand filled withbac rom 1110 description given, anc teria, and is almost certain death, remarks made by him when on his These cattle die within twenty-four drunken sprees, Lewis is supposed The people of McKenzio are very tnucli we aried about their cattle dy- hours from the time they are taken. Castoria. "Castoria Is bo well adapted to children that t recommend It as superior to any proscription , known to me." II. A. Archer, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. " The use of ' Castoria ' Is so universal nnd its merits so well knows that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it. Few are tho intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." I Carlos Mabtth, D. D., Now Tork City. Castoria. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kills 'Worms, gives sleep, and. promotes di gestion, Without injurious modication. "For several years I have recommended your ' Castoria,' and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Eowra F. Tardee, M. D., 135th Street and 7th Ave., Now York City. Thh Centaur Company, 77 Mcroay Strest, New York City mnrnnrnmniMKHiniifii I Aiv How Old i Your Ii i - ' j . l "L. . i an . 1 lH orse? nt Perhaps he 19 wearing out before Lis time. Some inward or outward Un lo;rovincr his pait . and usefulness. It's the trifliug i ?4.1,1r. ilwt fifir-n tills the horse. . - LlVU.Jlb fcuub " - . " iMIHIlUl 5 -AND- Condition Powders ; Will ctire almost any ill to which horso flesh is heir. Especially valuable in I diseases of long standing. Equally good for all live stock. , Sold everywhere. f i i i u BV1.UU irinnwi r-iwi ww., i.s.i...., riil!llilli!llllllll!l)ll!l!lllia!!llllil!ili;!lil!llll.llllllllli;i!llil!iiiillllliillim to Oscar Fowler and Mary Smith and II. D. Dudley and Nora Cor bitt. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Breedlove of Carroll County, who have been visiting the hitter's brother, Mr. J W. Fussell, left for home "Wednes day afternoon. We are requested to announce that the Arnold-Brandon debate will not be on August 29, as agreed upon, but commencos on Thursday, September 19, next. Mr. A. J. Fuller has removed his family hero from. Huntingdon, and will become a permanent citizen of Camden. We join in extending to them a hearty welcome. Deputy Sheriff G. H. Ilarper, of Eggville, who was in town Tues day, says that a great many milch cows and wrork oxen iii his vicinity are affected with what is commonly called pinkeye. The cattle have some fever, and are stricken with blindness, and those at largo are somewhat dangerous, as they rush about in an aimless way and can not seo. A very interesting revival meet mg is m progress at Libertv this week. A great nianv from hero ate almost regular attendants, and they report that the pastor, Ilev. T. F. Cason, has aroused the people of that community to a wonderful de gree of interest in tho grand w-ork. Speaking of the collections in his office, Comptroller Harris said yesterday: "The county trustees are quite prompt in remitting, and tho amount of back taxes is smaller than it has been for many years. 13y referring to the account of D. J. Allen, trustee of Benton County, which is a fair sample, it is seen that he has settled in full, though the law gives him till the first Mon day in September. Ho practically- collected all the taxes in his coun ty, the delinquent list being less than $10." Sunday's American i j ' c i 'Pi ; . Anthrax is an infectious disease. umn lor muruer. mere is find can bo transmitted to man bv tt lart' .ward offered for his cap- l 111 ijI il i ' inoculation.-Uuntintrdon Demo- lu ftna delivery to tne autnoritiee i i i- i i. i...;v p-.i at iowpiiy vjieeu, uiiu iiib diiciui. Mr. Levi McCollum had in ui9 started with Xewis for that place i r l i r z i ... i : i- . .. i : possession Monday a specimen of eunesuay ior mentiucuuou. T 1 1,1.. 41.... a well near Eva, Benton County, which, is as fine, or perhaps finer, than any yet discovered in the State, It is of a grayish color, resembling granite in some respects, and al TO THE ruiILIC. There are quite a number of fees in tho offices of clerk and master and circuit court clerk that under the law are forfeited to the county. though solid and very heavy, no Therefore, all persons who have mineral jn the State will excel it in foes tlia- uave beea in oither olSco polish. We are informed that there aboVG mentioned more than two is ciuite a large bluff of this mineral years that do not call tor them bo on the farm of Colonel Thomas, and foro tho. first Monday in October that the strata, possibly extends to next, their fees will be ioileited and Eva, but at some depth from the paid into the county treasury. surface of the ground at the latter The following is a list of those place. It is thought to exist iu in- entitled to tees an tne omce or tne exhaustible quantity, and as it is clerk and master, to-wit: Travis accessible to either the river xr the Davidson, ilugli Jjesiie, M. l'.i' ry, railroad, thero is no question but R Furr G- I- Bateman, W. li lt can bo worked to a great advant- Rushing, George AVoods, Martha age. Waverly Sentinel. Easley, G. P. Lashlee, J . L. Moore, E. A. Tierce, W. 11. Wyatt, Uetsy A CHANCE FOR BENTON COUNTY Wilhelui, B. B. Edwards, Albert Pressou. Jane Holland. J. S. Hall, We mean by this that the people r b t Cooper. A. H. Mitchell, A. of this county have an excellent op- Ilicks w y narrison, Thomas portunity to educate their children 1ryaut Joim Kolley, II. W. Esk- atliome. wny should we send our riJg0 w Hi Uatley, J. AV. Saun childrenoff to -some other county der8f n J. Baker, A.' Gossett, F. to bo educated, when we can get the n Saunders.. William Johnson. O. same instruction and much cheaper E; Misseli; James Shurley, James at the Uenton beminary, which is Newsome, W. A. Steele, D. J. Gra situated at our county site. That ham ani Hawkins. L. E. Davis, County J udge. August 20,1895. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEKN. people should patronize their own county, all other things being equal, is a fact all will admit without ar gument. Then we should all cer tainly investigate tho Benton Sem i "ill ii inary oetore going to otner scnoois. Th attornev general bas triven in other counties. Good board can inBtruction that all administrators be had at $7 and $8 per month in and guardians make settlement with private iamuies; uniion, to me eu or before the third Monday dents can enter at any 0T)tember next. Those who are time. Special care will bo taken delinquent will please come forward with all students coming into our and make settiemerifc according to rank. Great pains will be taken k an(l save the cost of the regu- in uovetopmg young, teacners ana m j j notico n i.jr. i n 0 preparing inem ior meirworK. iui ' G B GrEER departments wiu be taught, having seven instructors. A catalogue can be had on application. For fur- ' Next Sunday is the regular ap ther information, call on or address pointment of llev. Ilamsey Duncan J. W. BLAIR, Principal, at the Presbyterian Church. Ser- ' 1 - Camden, Tenn. vices morning and evening.