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Ifff ! w XS JJJJ Vol. XII. No. !'. camdpn. tknn.. hiiday. march . r :a Whui.r No. .'Ml n HA Js. , i n r V. . N V. 1 1 I i -Jo, I. v, ' l 1 N . riiM.lrnl . l. W I'M -Hi. 1,1 . ( !, 1 1 i;, i t. drill I I f sl M I I I' t I I J., M i.. i Mi i.i in. .-i.i.ti. i'l'-tit I It ,! .Yi!..h;tl I i ., Vi-I,i.Ii-i AUTIIOHIZED CAPITAL AND SUKPLUS, $400,000.00. he Ouardisn 1 1 1 InsupancG (io MCMPHIS, TCNN. Guarantees 1.) cv.ry Policy Holder Participation in Profits, trA is the only Company in Tcnnes-sce which docs it. Its D'rcctors comprise the most prominent business men at Memphis. lis Policies cost no mor? thun those of other Companies, which return Aou nothing. POARD OF DIRECTORS, i r i ina T V V . L . I V i I A-N ! . .ion. W. cl: h i;. .IA.H, .j; II VIMKON. W. S W 1 1 a I ;mi, ;i K(,i; , i ; 1 1 1 r i i , ham maw. MM i i i: iM.rui.i.t,. It. l- MlKI'll V. f. r iirvrn:. I i;i ii ;. 1 1 1,. 1 . . U'H: s . f..i. i ;:m II.. !'. W. l;:i, . I ! : I : V II N N I I 1'. I.. I . . II. I.-. CAMDEN, TCNN. J'' Mi i A NEW LINE OF Spring; Clothing, Mats and Caps. New, Stylish Shirts. NEW LOT OF CAST, CHILLED AND STEEL ONE AND TWO, HOUSE PLOWS. New Lot cf Saddles, Bridles, Check Lines. Breech ing, Backhands, Etc. All of the above goods will be sold at Hard Time Prices. Come and get prices before you buy else where. I will havo my new line of Spring) VGUP BttBEtiOI Pcss goods, Trimmings, Jeic, in time for spring. AVill have alFtlie novelties in notions, etc. Don't buy until you seo them. JOHN W. BATEMAN. 1 i. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NLWS. Mr. W. II. Ulair.of Iuijtii.;;don, wi.h over S'lturday. Have jou Htiberibed to htock iu tin? cniiiiiiig fn tury ? M r. ('. T. Lircli. en mad.- a Hying trip to Huntingdon Tuchdny. A in-iv htoek corral has recently bct'ii con? tnictcd at the depot. .Mrs. W. 1 McOill hanl n in- di.-poi-'-d Hevcr-il days this wi t k. l'raycr ht-rviccs were held at the l'rrhby U'lian Church Sunday even ing. Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Phillips, of Hollow Lock, wi re over la?.t Sun i uay. Prayer htuccs will be held at the Methodist Church Weduchday evening. Mr Joe Castlenian, who resides nt jjii eru'ne, iii vihitinir Camden relatives. What is l: A XSv AS 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 ibr Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' uso by Jlillions of Mothers. Castoria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Castoria isso well adapted to children that t recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." II. A. Archer, M. D 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "The use of 'Castoria' Is bo universal and its merits so well known thi it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the intelligent families who do not keep Castoria . within easy reach." Carlos Marttk, D. D., New York City. Step It 5 w fl ifcv n ng Get our Great Catalogue and Buy ers Guide. We'll send it for 15 cents in stamps to pay part postage or expressage. The Book's free. 700 Pages, 12000 illustrations, 40000 descriptions, everything that's used in life; tells you what you ought to pay, whether you buy of us or not. One profit from maker to user. Getit. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO., 1 Originators of the Mail Order Method Ili-u6 Michigan Ave., Chicago. .JSUBSCKIBK.FOU THE tllKOSICLE. A largely attended meeting of the Kee heirs was held here Satur- 1 f . uay aiteinoun. Postmaster Wayne ltyo was con fined to his room Tuesday, but is able to be out naiii. Misses Mary Wyly.and Lizzie McCullough havo returned from a visit near J)ig Sandy. Mrs. James Jeffreys and little son, Master Lowell, returned home Sunday from Nashville. Lev. T. F. Cason will preach at the Methodist Church next Sunday .'Veiling at tie? usual hour. A horse belonging to Mr. L. M Pr- ssou was killed by the express train Wednesday aaernoo'i. Attorneys Joe L. llawkius, of Huntingdon, and T. L. Lanier, of averly, were here Wednesday. The American Telegraph and Telephone Company has its line completed to this place soing east. Attorneys J. G. Robins and A. J. Farmer went to the sixth district last week on professional business. Attorneys J. A. Clement and W. F. Maiden were called to Sugar Tree Monday on professional bus iness. Messrs. AV. F. Rivens and Dr. E. M. McAuley are improving their resident lots by erecting new wire fencing. Mr. J. E. Yarbroucdi, of Nash ville, came down Sunday, and was accompanied home by Mrs. Yar- brouyrh and child. Mr. C. E. Noyes was called home from Cumberland City Satnrday by the illness of his wife and child. Roth are improving. Mrs. G. W. Shclton eamo down from Watertown the first of the week, and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. AV. AY Lashlee. Martens have made their appear ance, and tho. old inhabitants say that winter has broken. AVe shall see what wo shall see. ATe solicit newsy letters for pub lication from all parts of tho conn ty and hopo the public spirited will be prompt to respond regularly, Miss Rettie ..AVhittield returned home the latter part of last week from Lebanon where she has been taking a course in special studies. The Young Peoples' Society of Christian Endeavor will conduct prayer services this evening at tho Presbyterian Church at the usual hour. Remember, that delegates will be selected May 4 to attend the judi cial convention, which meets here May C to nominate a Democratic candidate for criminal judge. , Messrs. E. E. Thompson and V. A. Rushing went to Nashville last AVednesday. The former contem plates engaging in the mercantile business at Cooleys Landing. The communications from AVay and the seventh district were re ceived too late for publication last week. A letter from Holladay this week is held for proper signature. Mr. John AV. Rateman left the r?..i .(11 . 1. r .mi.. : i ONE of those elcfrantsteamers leave St. Louis m&bui uiw wuca. jjuuisvuipiuiu every Wednesday aud Saturday for all point Cincinnati to Purchase his SPrilUT Hi! Mississippi Kiver to Cairo, 01110 liiver to , , , n TT , S' iicali.aml Tennessee Kiver to Florence, tak- Stock OI dl"V tTOOUS. lie returned inn l'reiislit .and passengers for all points on tlie ,,cf,l i. wnr ISTncln-illn on,! Ohio 10 ritisi.urj;ii,imi on the cuniberiand to yesteiuay uy way iasiiille, and Nashville. Through bills of ladins, prompt swv- Was accompanied home by Mrs. ice, and low rates. ,., . , .nuiv p. . MASSEXfiALR. inlpmnn whnsrt lmn.it I) nmnwil Empty barrels and kegs for sale, at. Rateman & .Lrecheen s. Tin Anieti'mi 'i leuiph ami Ti li'plioin Company tiled an in- junction h;u in chancery nines day ng.iiu.st J. J. 1 !ateti);iti and hev 1 . 1 ... .1 i. erui oiher.i ivhinunniir uh id irotn illtel fe ill'' with telephone polr.s laced along iho linet'f the Nash- Viile, I li.,ttaiioo.;;i ail'l ht. Jjoins ay. As tho warmer day. approach the subject of a ,um ball club come to liht, and then h a movement on foot to organii' here boon. This was as far as tin boys could be pur Miiaded to Venture la-t year, but we hope they will do better and bend Camden to the front this reason. Organize, bojs, and play ball. June 1, Js'.'ll, will be memorable in the minds of Tennesseear.s. On that day the one hundredth mini veisary of the admission of Tennes see into the union of States w ill In celeln ati d, w 'hero a great exposition is oeing pun! 111 honor ol the occa sion, unit on t hat. day the cxpohit nut will bo formally inaugurated. The ceremony will probably begin soon er, but the grand climax will be reached in the presence of thous ands of visitors on June 1. The governors of all States have been iv nited, and many of them w ill at tend, and prominent men and wom en from all parts of the country will be present. There will be mil itary and civic parades by day and pyrotechnical and electrical dis plays by night, interspersed with patriotic orations. Definite plans have not yet matured and sugges tions are earnestly asked for to the end that every opportunity for its elaboration may be taken advant age of. The Presidential campaign upon which the country has already en Jered presents the most complex political situation which has been witnessed in this country since the civil war. The Democratic and Republican parties are shaken to their centers by clashing opinions on the silver question.' The Popu- bte party, and the probability of a distinct free coinage party with a Presidential ticket of its own, only serves to increase the confusion and perplexity in w hich evenintelligent and candid observers find them selves. It is at such a time that the reader of Public Opinion appreci ates the value of a paper that gives him a fair, unbiased, well-proportioned statement from week to week of the facts and of the drift of dis cussion. Public Opinion gives its readers a great deal more than this, but this is the one thing for which it will be especially sought during the next, eight months. Send a postal card to the Public Opinion Company,. New York City, for sam ple copy and premiu.111 oilers, or FftOM DIG SANDY. I'Ul ("! li""liiilcli('C I Mr. C. N. ALors visited on Lick Creek Sunday. Mr. M. L. Lyrn, who has been 11 . . Miiv several unys, is iener. Mr. A 1 1 i Rowles, of Paris, spent Sunday with homefolks here. The voting men's prayer meeting at this olaco is having a great suc cess. Mr. J 00 A. Cowell, of Canideu, will hing at Luteiton ntxt Sioehiy evening. Mr. John Rrumager, who has been teaching school at P.uryccr, has return d homo. Mr. Otio Sawyer, who was called home by the death of Ins brother lat wet k, left for Mississippi yes terday. Mr. Pari Davis, the lumber in spector, has gone to Louisville, Ky. We regret vt iy much that he did not reside longer in our midst. The school at this place is under the management cf Prof. D. (5. Curd, assisted by M'- Luna Haw ley, and is in a Uouri ihing condi tion. Rig Sandy, March 21. Castoria. Cantoris cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhosa, Eructation, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di gestion, Without injurious medication. "For several years I have recommended your 'Ca-storia,' and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beficial results." Edwin F. Tardes, M. D., 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. riuni rosroAK. lii'l'i'Iar rorrcsiMiiidtiiei' No Sunday school was held last Sunday on account of rain. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Presson are both reported sick this week. Mrs. Cowell is visiting the fami ly of her daughter, Mrs. E. Cain, A new boy has arrived to add new life to the homo of Mr, and Mrs. D. Helms. Mr. Lilly (lalbreath and family, of Eva, are visiting relatives near this place. Messrs. J. M. AViseman and Har per Hudson have made substantial improvements on their respective premises. The little son of Mr; M. Cain, of Lexington, who have been visiting relatives here, returned home to day, lie was accompanied by his grandmother, Mrs, Elakely; Postoak, March 28. CUANCEItY COURT. call at this office for information. COL. TAYLOR AT HENDERSON. The Centaub Company, 77 Mdbray Stiuckt, New Tore Cttt St. Louis 6 Tennessee Rim PACKET COMPANY. ( CITY OK SHEFFIELD. btf.A.mers:-UTI Y OF PADUCAH. CITY OF SAVANNAH. JOHN E MASSENGALE, Tral'tie Manager. Wharf boat fool, of Olive street. ST. LOU (3. -yOiie of these steamers arrive at Johnson. viile every Tuesday aiu'. 1'ruluT. Expounds the Tmo Democratic Faith to a Large Crowd. Hendehson, March 21. Colonel John M. Taylor, candidate for crim inal court judge, addressed a largo crowd at this place last Monday, and no candidate was ever listeuedto with moro respectful attention. Whether in the legislative hall or on the stump Colonel, Taylor is a general whose sword is always un sheathed to defend the rights and best interests of the masses. Tried in public .and private life he has met the obligations bravely, hon estly ami with a conscientiousness that denotes the faithful servant, the true citizen and the consistent Christian. No one can doubt the eminent qualities that fit Colonel Taylor for criminal judge. That he is compe tent and efficient is amply demon strated in hi3 record as criminal judge, which position he now holds by appointment. Colonel Taylor's speech was load ed with the time-honoredprinciples that have made the Democratic par ty permanent and dear. There is no doubt but that Colonel Taylor's following in Chester and llender son counties was augumented by his great speech Monday Chester County Democrat. A llaby's Life Saved. "My baby had .croup and was sav ed by Shiloh's Cure,' writes Mrs. J. R. Martin, of Iluntsvill, Ala. For sale by J. G. Presson. The Most Important Term Ever Held in , the County, Chancery court adjourned last Saturday. The following proc'd ings were had not reported in our last issue: I. Cans and others against R. C. Rushing; original and attachment bills, four cases. . In this cause the clerk and master reported the pro ceeds of receivership; he was allow ed compensation for his services, and orders to pay out I. Gans and others against C. P. llen and others; bill to have re ceivership. The application for re ceiver was dismissed and. motion for judgment, which motion was withdrawn and cause continued Lizzie.and Lillie Rushing against Horace Rushing and others, two cases; judgment against defendant. Some less important cases were disposed of and several were con tinued. This is acknowledged to be the most important term, of chancery court ever held in the county. Messrs. 5; i gall & Castile started their stave factory AVednesday with a full crew of hands. This makes two stave factories, two ax-handle factories, two 6aw-mills, two grist mills, one planing and turning mill, one wooien factory, one steam gin, and one .tobacco factory now locat ed in Sooth Camden, ind the new flouring mill will probably be lo cated there. These industries are furnishing a large number of our citizens with permanent employ ment. Ry a vole of 11 to 5 the State Democratic Executive Committee, which met at Nashville Monday, called the judicial convention for May G and the. gubernatorial con vention for May 7. The same con vention will instruct delegates to the Chicago convention. A CALL has been issued for a con vention at Nashville, April 30, of the friends of temperance in Ten nessee. The matrimonial market is dull. No marriage licenses have been U sued .the past week.