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nnTTTfirn (H1QTD ft TPT Tp V w Vol.. M. N.-. is CAMDEN. TKNN.. IRIDAY. SEPTEMBER is.:,. Wnoi.r No. -7k it. iwrs aw L-1 1. - f! H V. SI '.7 m r ww irriwm "wrap" o J 0 Wo ;ui! lo (oil all our customers and friends that we are now prepared lo show (vou a slock ol' floods thai will open your eyes. We have a well selected slock of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Boots, I Iats, Caps, Jewelry, Hardware and the highest, line of Staple and S'ancy (iroceries in Camden. Don't forget to call in and examine our stock. We t a Ice in exchange all kinds of Country Produce at the highest market price. Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing done in first-class style, at the lowest prices. Work guaranteed. All yoii have to do is to give us a trial and be convinced that we will treat you right. One price to everybody. STKJALL & POTTS. YOU if I Wish to Call 0. A 4- tJ. m mm. tC a ijk . - - m u r. - m m " H LOCAL AND PERSONAL ,NEVS To the Fact That lho Season will Soon be Past for Selling Summer Lawns, Challies, and Worsteds, Straw Hats, Oxford Ties and Tan Shoes. I can Save You from 25 to 50 Per Ccr.t. if You Come and BUY NOW! Don't Wait Too Late, and Don't Listen to What Others May Say, but Come and See for Yourself and be Convinced that I MEAN BUSINESS! Remember, that Goods Of all kind3 nre 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 Must and will bo Sold! Yours Anxious to Please, JOHN W. BATEMAN flest Tennessee Land U Uration Go., CAMDEN, TENN. Take Options, Sell and Rent Land, Furnish Abstracts, and do a General Real Estate Business. DR. W. I. McGIlX, Pro'Jcnt. A.J.FAHMKK, Vice-rreNllent. W.T.MOHKIS, Sec retury. J). O. Hl'DSo.N, Corresponding Secretary. J. V. TKAVIS, Aunt. Corre sponding Secretary. IV. 1". McKAU, Treasurer. S. L. I'JLELEK, Attorney. What Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Sootliing 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 Castoria. ' "Castoria is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." II. A. Abcher, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "The use of 'Castoria' is bo universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." Cabus IUktto, D. D., New York City. Castoria. Castoria euros Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhma, Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di gestion, Without injurious medication. "For several years I have recommended your 'Castoria,' and shall always continue to do bo as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. Pardeb, M. P., 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. Tub Centaur Company, 77 Mubbay Street, New York Cm iniIIimi!l!IIII!!!!ll!i!!l!n!!!!!!!l!I!!!n!!l!lli!lllll!!!l!ll!l!mm!Mlfm!!il. !Hffl E3 j AA Ho -- iI.'.'Jk",1 r,;i v S- .. f V.'. , . Us Pcrliaps he is Avearin out before 3j his time. Some inward or outward 5 trouble may be destroying his gait 73 and usefulness. It s the trilling r trouble that often kills the horse. 3 mum d usin.soigi -AND- ' Condition Powders E Will cure almost any ill to which horse flesh is heir. Especially valuable iu g diseases of long standing. Equally good for all live stock. Sold everywhere. 1 THE WEBB MANUFACTURING CO., Hashville, Tenn. piiniimMmmiuuimiummmuiuium Clinncory court will m'et licro next Monday. For a nico hair-cut ami nhavc, call on Jack. Mr. J. A. Allen, of J loll ulay, was here Monday. Clean towfls and llrst-clas work, is Jack's motto. Mr. J. J. Wcatlicrly, of Eva, was in town Monday. Mr. J. P. Dillon, of Danvillo, was in town yesterday. Mr. W. P. Hedick, of VAg Handy, was up "Wednesday. Deputy Marshal W. 0. Kirk has been with us this week. Postmaster "W. K. Hicks, of Pig Sandy, was up Monday. Mr. John Patford, of Way, waa lore on business Monday. Mr. D. P. Thomas, jr., of John- sonville, was over Monday. A refreshing shower fell in this ocality Monday afternoon. unt Charity Simpson, an aged negress, died hero last week. Mr. J. J. Courad was down from Parsons the first of the week. Mr. P. I Davidson, of "Way, was here a short whilo last Friday. Mr. J. F. Presson, of Goodrich, was here the first of the week. Mrs. A. Arnold returned to her lomo at Prownsville last Saturday. Mrs. J. D. McAuley is reported convalescing from her late illness. Dr. G. T. Morris, of Paris, was over the first of the week on busi ness. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. "W. L. McElyea has been quite sick this week. Miss Maude Crim has returned lome from an extended stay at the Pock City. Bring your razors to'Jack Fuller, the new barber; only 25 cents, and guaranteed. Miss Coreno Mebano spent Sat urday and Sunday with homefolks at Huntingdon. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bateman was reported no better yesterday. Mr. James Presson, of Bortrand, Mo., is visiting his many Benton County relatives. Miss Willie Davis, of Hunting ingdoii, has entered school at the Benton Seminary. Mr. George Hurt spent Sunday and Monday at Camden. Dickson Home Enterprise. Messrs. V. F. Morris and J. A. Barnes, of Big Sandy, were here on business Monday. Mr. II. A. Bice, of Sugar Tree, was hero attending to court busi ness the first of the week. Mr. II. Clay Benton, who is teach ing an interesting school at Halls Talley, was up the first of the week. Collins will run an" excursion to Memphis from Hollow Book Octo ber 10, at $1.50 for the round trip. Mr. William Caraway, of Big Sandy, was summoned home last Wednesday by a telegram aunounc iug the illness of his son, Herbert A. Caraway, of Guntersville ,Ala. MesdamcH Mary Yarbrough and J. E. Totty left yesterday morning to visit relatives at Guntersville, Ala. Mrs. P. C. Bridges, who has been visiting Benton County relatives, left for her homo in Texas yester day. D. G. Hudson, clerk and master of the chancery court at Camden, was in tho city yesterday. Paris Post-Intelligencer. liev. T. F. Cason preached two excellent sermons here last Sunday forenoon, and ho also preached at Liberty in the afternoon. Postmaster Wayn Bye has been very sick this week, but was some better yesterday. His mauy friends wish him a speedy recovery. Wo understand the Big Sandy News has been revived, and it will probably make its appearance this week under tho same old manage ment Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bye, of Pa ducah, and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Yar brough, of Nashville, were called here yesterday because of the seri ous illness of Mr. Bye. Mrs. G. W. Shelton returned last Monday from a visit at Alexandria and Waterton. Sho was accompa nied by her brother, Mr. C. B. Sul lens, who left for home Wednesday County Clerk G. B. Greer has issued licenses to marry to Thomas Hatley and Edua Howe, Asbury Whitley and Mahssa D. Snyder and P. A. Yates and Buddy A. Brown. Miss Ida McRae, who has been visiting the families of Messrs. G. W. Jones and T. B. Totty, returned to her home at Camden last Sun day morning. Dickson Home Enterprise. Mr. Enoch Harris, who has been very sick of fever at Ozone, in East Tennessee, where he was guarding State convicts, returned home last Thursday, accompanied by Mr. W. C. B. Lewis, who went after him. His relatives concluded to remove him home, and he is convalescing nicely. We acknowledge an invitation to attend tho first annual exhibition of tho Humphreys County Fair Asso ciation to bo held at Waverly Oc tober 2, and continuing four days. The officers of the association are B. B. Thomas, president; J. II. Slay den, vice-president; J. P. White, secretary, M. J. Connelly, treasurer. Sojae attractive premiums are of fered, and the fair promises to bo a great success. Miss Onie Hudson, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Hudson, who reside 3 miles north of this place, died last Friday afternoon about 1 o'clock, of typhoid fever. Although sho had been sick about five weeks, her death was somewhat sudden, and was a great shock to the fami ly. She was about 14 years of age, and had a large circle of friends whom we join in extending condo-le-nced to the bereaved family. The remains were interred Saturday afternoon-at Camden Cemetery. CRIMINAL COURT. Tli rrorrrillngH III tip to Yrtterilay si Time if ioiiin lo IH'mi. Criminal court im-t hero purs ri ant to law Monday, September 10, 18'.5, present and priding Judge. J. M. Taylor; B. J. Howard, attorney-general. .Th following ais hae been disposed of at time of going tti press: IltMiry Tilson, nolle prosi qui"don paying cost; L. N. Lanier, submitted and fined S50 and coa; J. H. Itives, continued, defendant giving bond for $1,000; A. N. Wal ker, submitted and fined $5 and costs; Fred Wyatt, nolle prosequi ed, defendant - paying all cost, Hard Nowell, submitted and fined $5 and all costs; E. Barnes, submit- ted ami hnea JSi(J and all crsts; .Walter Kirk, submitted and fined $5 and all costs; W I. Farmer, trial and- mistrial; Duzo Robins, trial and mistrial; T. M. Steele, feloni ous assault withdrawn and defend ant, plead guilty of assault, judg ment withheld until this morning; Will i a m Col e, plead gu i 1 ty a n d fin ed 120 and cost. Tho following coustitutes tlio grand jury for the present term: T. W. Floyd, foreman, I. O. McAul ey, J. W. Eaves, James M. Bond, Thomas Malin, J. T. Johnson, h. A. Ilobe.rson,. N. P. Lashlee, C. A. Cowell, H. M. Lathum, J. C. Born- or, G. W. Wood and B. F. Brevard. Joe 11., Alonzo, S. W. andAlvm Hcwkirs,- of Huntingdon, and T. L. Lanier, of AVaverly, are the vis iting attorneys. After a lingering illness from consumption, Miss Ada Hudson, died at the home of her uncle, Mr. Joe G. Hudson, Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. The deceased was a sister of Mr. James II. Hudson, of South Camden, and Miss Mollie Hudson, of Nashville. She was about 21 years of age, and had been a member of the church since 1890. Funeral services were held at the Methodist Church Sunday after noon by Rev. T. F. Cason, and the remains were-interred at Camden Cemetery. News was received here Monday that Arthur Nance, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Nance, whe reside near Eggville, died at Cairo, where he Was employed, last Sunday. In re sponse to a telegram sent here Sat urday night that his son could not survive an attack of typhoid fever, Mr. Nance hastened to Cairo only to fiud his son dead. He returned with the remains Tuesday, and the interment took place at the Mount Carmei Cemetery. : , It was Mrs. Galbreatlriristead of the mother of Mr. Galbreath who was hurt last week. Her injuries were not serious. ' A Knby'H r,lfe Svel. "My baby had croup and was sav ed by Shiloh's cure," writes Mrs. J. B. Martin, of Hnntsville, Ala. For alo by J.4 G. Prvsrion.