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1Y n Ts M . j ! I i 1 JUL Ji i i: ; i j O iiJJ i VOL. XIII. No. 1. cami)i:n. ti:nn.. ibiday. aigcst Wiiuli: No. :;? Y ) LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. H. Clay Buitou went t Cy !- ton 'i n. ,H!,'iy. Eugi-ne Travis has returiiril Loin A trip tf Big Sandy. I. A. Ch-ment', li.'irt gn" In Wawrly on .hit f-f:. Dr. C F. ITarl!, y, of 1 lolla day, was in torn y r,t. rday. Fran!. Rog.-r-, of Hollow Hoc1;, Wfi.s iu town yesterday. , S. J, JefTn-ss, It ft Wt dnci day to vUit near Far is. Mr. L. O. Lashh-c is nl lo lie out on tin; streets a 'ain. ollow H Mis. i;. V, t ie i.. rhi)ii-, oi oi r on h i it (iiivt in.. iwl oi ti.n v.t -i, -!. W. II. Hu d,iii;r. Stern 11 Mr. inn iii' , llOflttiV 111 lo r. , M. Ka).oni nvA W. F. l;. .!u k,of Big Sandy, wt r ,, ja (own Monday even in;,'. Mr. Ci .arks Hud-oii has n tuni d liomo from aa .ti nl l trio to M- ai an- v. St. 1 Cairo. S.n iOUH 1 oui-aiu.' i niucau and t jx'tatoi am finding their 1 lio crop lie recent hie:'' Mr. Lester Hud.-on, of Rock, was over Tuesday. 11 Faulkner, of Huntingdon, vas here Friday of last week. School will open a Benton Sem inary next Monday v.vt 1. Misri Lillie Bruce, of Jackson, u visiting Miss Tom Fnssell. Capt. Joe Miller, of Humphreys County, was here Tuesday. Mr. II. E. Thompson, of Coolcys Landing, was down Tuesday. There will lie a union meeting at Mount Carmel next Sunday. Mr. William Hall, of Meirphis, is visiting Camden relatives. Mr. J. W. Fn isc ll is convalescing . slowly from his recent illness. Mr. William Goodwin, of Man , lyville, was ir. town this week. Mr. John C. Hushing, of Wyly, was hero the first of the week. Mr. G. F. Bateman was at Nash ville Tuesday and Wednesday. Messrs. W. E. McRae and D. G. Hudson were at Wyly Tuesday. Mr. 13. F. Davidson, of Way, was in town on business Y eduesday. Mr. Alex Bell has removed his family to the Hushing residence Mr. W. S. Morgan, of Ilolladay, ' has been iu town several days this week. Mr. Elbert Florence, who went to Texas last spring, ha3 returned home. Mr. Son Presson, of near Piggott, Ark., is visiting Benton County rel- . atives. Fodder gathering is almost over, . and farmers are garnering the late hay crop. ' Dr. Watkins and wife, of Hollow . Rock, nro visiting Benton County i relatives. Mr. J. A. McMackin is still very ; sick, but was resting some better yesterday. S. L. Peeler,- esq., has removed , his law office up-stairs at the bn,nk building. Marshal D. J. McPiae has had- - force of men at work on our streets this week. Work will be resumed next week . on the business house of Hon. W. L. Morris. Dr. R. B. Travis was called to Big Sandy Wednesday on profes sional business. Miss Anna Lowry, of Paris, was . a guest of Mrs. E. M. McAuley the first of the week. The protracted meeting is an nounced to begin . next Sunday at Missionary Pudge. Mrs. Rebecca WTaddell, of Louis- ville, was a guest of Mrs. John 1). McAuley Tuesday. The second floor at the drugstore . of Mr. J. G. Presson is being re , modeled this week. . Mrs. A. W. Presson has returned , borne from a visit to relatives and :.f riends near Eggville. After a most successful revival, the meetings at Liberty came to a . close Monday evening. - Quite a nmnber of our citizens ' were engaged in cleaning off the . cemetery grounds yesterday. A new daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pierce, of near Big Sandy, last week. Mr. Evart Steele has moved to ihe home of his father, Mr. W. A. Steele, to remain temporarily. Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Sullivan have gone to Sulphur Springs, in Ben ton County. Waverly Sentinel. Rev. I. R. Hubbs, of Ilolladay, returned from Monteagle lviesday. .. He expresses himself as greatly ben- fitted by his stay in the mountains. way to tl.M mitket. be II cut i-holt by tl of diy weather. Mr ,. V. P. Morris and kou, lion. V. ij. Morris, attended the funeral ul IHT Mill, Dr. it. I. .Mollis, ft tlie Paris Cemetery. Messrs. W. T. Morris, Sheriff W. A. Lashlee, .John Muiden and (). 1 Laslih e attended the funeral of l)r. (i. T. Morris nt Paris. Circulars -M e out for a Collins ex. cursioii 10 .asiivuie ,epl ll!ler Z. The round trip fare from Camden, acli and Lva is ll:i") Senator James Jeffreys, of C;im den, who is before the people for re-election, t-pent Monday in i- vei ly. W avi rly Sentinel It is rumored that Mrs. Harriet .'anner, who n moved to sash ill ast vear, contemiirtti s returnin i i i .i lere boon ami wiu enga'o mint: lot id busir.e.vs. Prof. McD. Noal, of Ilolladay was ilown vestenlay. Jle goes to Furyearthis week to take 'Jiage of the high school there, which opens next Jlonday. Mr. L. H. Presson, who was taken sick while teaching music at Lex nig ton, where he was confined to his room several weeks, was able to return home last Iriday V successful meeting at Pleasan alley closed last week. Rev.-Mr li.ii r i ' l . iioiuei, oi iUcivenzie, condiiciei tho nieetiner. which resulted in a revival and two conversions, The friends here of Mr. and Mrs, J. F. Presson, who reside at Ho. hcnwald, are pleased to learn that new daughter arrived last Monday to add new joy to their home, All Democrats are urged to at tend the mass convention hero to. morrow to select delegates to the senatorial convention, which wi meet here September 1G, 18. Licenses to marry have been is sued by County Clerk G. B. Greer to G. (jr. Laves and 1). P. Baucum L. C. Davidson and J. A. May and Ivison Holland and Sara A. Carter. , Hazel, tho little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. McGlohon, who re side about one mile southeast of town, died last Friday, after a short illness. We extend sympathy and condolence to the bereaved family and. relatives. ; About a year ago a young lady at Cleveland, Tenn., got a needle ombeded in her waist. A few davs ago, it is said, the same needle worked its way out of the arm of a young man in another town. Paris Post-Intelligencer. Tho news was received here the first of tho week that the residence of Mr. J. M. Herriu, who resides at Davis, I. T., was destroyed by fire last week. His loss is thought to be considerable, which ,is covered in part by insurance. The citizens of Chalk Level will enjoy a barbecue at that place to morrow. In calling attention to the barbecue last week it should have read "to-morrow week." The last word was omitted, but we hope no contusion resulted from it. A. J. Holland, of Way, came over Wednesday to visit his brother R W. Holland, and is prospecting with a view of buying land and moving here. Wo trust that Mr. Holland may find something here to suit him. Tennessee Republican By some oversight last week we failed to mention the visit hero of Mr. W. T. Doherty, of McKenzie, Tom is an old Camden boy, and has a host of menus here who are al ways glad to greet him and extend him a welcome. - Come again, J udge Joe R. Hawkins, of Hunt ingdon, has been here several days this week taking depositions in the tho case ot the State, etc., vs. W . J. Barnes. Wo understand this case will bo ready for hearing at the September term ot chancery court. Miwl'iiii H H llli.'U!) liiK'nr elie, and F.i t! i Field i at.d i" Jllam hard, of 'arm--,-, illf , i-.ilii,g Cwniliii reltlives. arid uuest.-t of the family of Mr. J. . FtH-11. The remains of a l!tt! child of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mdver, of neai I Untiii'.'don, were brought to this laee Monday afternoon and utter ed at Camden Cemetery. W e join i ,i , ii i in evieiuiin:' Mimpaiiiy to me wn- H-arled parents iu the sudden death f their little child. 11k re will be n grand barbecue at West Sandy bridge, on the Pari and Camden road, mx miles Mut:i- .f F rtOM HOLI ADAY. Mr. John I'.aves went to Cane!.,. bur.;h Thursday. Mr. John Whitfie ld ioitel r la the her l.'i-t w k. Mi. II. V. Haskell visited on Po.; sum Cr ek Thursday. Mr. 11. H. Hilliard in visiting at Huntingdon this week. Me is. C. (). and I.. B. lluli'is '.ent t Camden Friday. We had ft severe rain and hail storm Saturday evening. Mrs. F. C. Neal spent Sunday in tie I latw(KKM community. (!i.uiiKr KiiTHrie.tiTii1ifit. T Witt . i . r ii...: 1 1... .10. i. . r i t j t . ... - ...... - atoi i u l l.i, oil ll!--.HIIoi .uum.si. iir u.n- ... ,1, ,, . I ' ,nr, hp ii .. .-ill i i l I ..... ...... ........ j iueieuui oe eoouhuaue, -non a- u (1 A(i... ,.,,.1 Kn,.f er.goo-Upi aking.alia.M.all gai!i(- hjn4lir,1n nil)1 onn,iv ,lf i),.v:,i1P nun plenty to eai. r.veryuouy in- M. i t Allen.of Coxbnnd.. vis- I I) Ii ii ill I -- ...p..F..- vueu. i ans i osi-uneiu-encer. :...i i, r.xu.a r.t nr,.i e III II IIVI.H IMKUl'l'IJ iiuvti'uir W. W. Faraliougli, esij., of Paris, day. was over NeMneHilay tn hu-uness. A protracted meeting is in prog Colonel l arabou'di is a hustling ress at tlit Methodist Church this young Democrat, and is the nomi nee of the Henry County Democ racy for a seat in the house of the next genera! assembly. Ho will be elected by a handsome majority. week Messrs. W. A. Prince and Foster Dickey, of Chaseville, visited hen last week. Messrs. A. L. Bond, jr.. and L, Prof. J. W. Blair, E. L. Hudson L. Watson were at Sugar True las and C. . Hawley, three ot Cam- lhursday. den's expert wheelman, came to Messrs. Isaac Miller and D. B Waverly Sunday on their wheels, Gossett were down from Mclllwai:: making the trip m six hours, a dis- Saturday tance of twenty-hvo miles, lh 11. v. J. C. Carl conducted a pro tracted mei-ting at Su'.-.ar Tree la-t week. It was n yjvul revival, and tmediL'ood has been aecompli-died. D. G. llatley has moved to this dace for the purpose of making cross-ties, for which he is noted, a.- dtl sh- well as Ih'MIl: an acconiiui erman. P. Allen will have his we'd completed in n few days, unh-s hu duds Houiethitig harder than solid rock, vvliieh h" has had to contend w ith for about forty feet. Some of our fanner are looking much morn-die rf ul hince the nun fall, which continued, f.ll forenoon last Friday. They my tin ooiurst crop will be much better than was predicted ft lew weeks ago. Another object of surprise made its appearance here one day l '.st week iu tho form of a U.g. i - Cpon a critical examination 1iy tho.-'of our citi.iT.K w ho saw the peculiar phenomena, it was found to bo a "gold bug." It appears to be dan gerous, for a bug of thi.; kind to make its way through this count ry, and more especially if he is trying to sell sewing machines. Coxnuur.n, August 21 FUOM MIIKHIV. Prof. J. A. Baber, of Ilunting- cntlemen returned home on the 4 don, visited relatives and friends o'clock train, believing it to bo a here hist week. more ('movable way of traveling. Ilrs. 2s. L. Joyner and 31 r. B. C. especially in warm weather. Wa- Joyner and wife aro visiting rela- verlv Sentinel. tivcs at l.uena ista. " l , - . - ... i i il l Funds were solicibnl here Satur- .lr- Au(,r and estimable community is not very good. day for the benefit of Mr. Newton W-S 01 Alamo, visiieu reiames in A )rotnicted meeting is m prog- Nanco, of Gariield, whose residence U1'H, lu,iuuI1'uliv,.!iir.'' v,ti T . wm dest roved bv fire a few weeks Mr. h- M. . llliams, of 1 oplar If,'lil;ir CHI rrspoiiilelH'i'.) Mrs. Marie Corbitt is reported very sick this week. Misses Dic:o and Lome 1 afford visited here last week. F. M. Stephens visited friends here a few days last week. The health ot the people in thus ago. Our citizens responded very Spnngs, passed through hero Sun liberally with cash, and we under- M eu u-: f?,r Mclllwain. stand the generous-hearted citizens Atev. J. I. Carl returned home whero ho has been conducting a Ujrs . Mollio Cut!. ress at Bushings Creek this week. Miss llora l'aiiord was reported verv ill Sundav. Wo wish her r. safe recovery. Aliss Tin. Vntfoid. of Camden, was I 1 I V i i Vi O-1 1 V - . I ' - ' ' J J of Garfield have generously con- b;itimlay lrom anl(ys J,IW, the .guest last week of her cousin tnbuted lumber and material to as. sist Mr. Nance to rebuild. Ho lost nearly everything ho had, and is in bad health. Rev. Ramsey Duncan, of Hunt ingdon, and Miss Annie G. Moore, of Milan, wero married Wednes, day of last wee Springs. Miss Moore is the dau:ht- successful revival meeting, A song servico will be given at Miss Josie Lawson has returned Li, :. T,i..r.ft n(w(, Smidav afieruoon home from a visit to relatives and PEvervbody is invited. friends at Pleasant Hill. She- was Xhe many friends of Mrs. Lewis accompanied by Johnnie Austin Mnrkli.im will be clad to learn that Mrs. Erastas Lawrence, of Buena ,4, tr;; ;;L.. .rv Vista, came here Thursday to join iUnes3. Ioore is tl e dauidit her husbflU(I' who w?s if j Hy Q Mrs. Sol Newsom and children looie lsine (laugni- , ,m,.10 ,,,41, t TrtlQ,lnx7 . .. , , -i,r tit ernf tliolatrtCnot William Mnm-P uulM U,"V . visited Her lamer, v . v. vyait,at Saturday, v unuiy iiuu.iui.jjttincnw ""0J"1D returning home Sunday, 10 reunu iiouio oaiuiujr uiuiuiu. HM.O faueral sermon 01 the. late llOLLADAY, August ZL and accomplished young lady, Duncan is well known hero as one of the most promising and bright young ministers of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. McKenzie Herald, - Ye editor is under many obliga tions to Mrs. J. P. Lashlee, of the FUOM COX1JLKGU. Regular correspondence. 1 T. B. Smith, of Devider, was hero on business yesterday. Sam Odle has been sDendimz a . 11 T 1 i 11 1 . r ... leuin uisirici,.and uaugnrer, Mrs. few flays at Howesville. ; yum, Andrew Jjaney, 01 uuaiu: uevei, , wluVh rlnJed lnt idolif t ,o nina mmm coif fr. ina Wn r,n ,.,1 o ,r l 1 J. V-i. UOrP, WniCtl ClOSCll laSt Ulglll. nv.u .v, o wuiuma,. Wa3 liere 0nH UUy liiBt WOf K.. M- T T,.-'r ihc nU a rrn ? c TiuDi'a nnmn. f.nm , , o ami 1 t X , ..11 1 ; wiv.ni., ,.,.iuU. u ei vu,uiu uum uiouiwituu i nanes uaisvaii is convaiesciiiLTi i l eoiii i t..i... r Tt t ix n i. f itii. . : . . . ,. ... uaucriuer oi ocoit Drewtr.umwuiiii ui. nil. u. v. VIULB.C1, kjl iiunuw tmm his rofenr. lniliKnosnion. , -i i Kock, ami b,li,ve they are the DeD11Iy SI,erifI J.A. Ooodmau ?S,T ! . . . II 1.1'n fLIt Llir lllf 111(7 VJL' Ml 11.IIOO Mrs. Dickerson, wife of T. E. Dick ersou will bo preached at Bushing's Creek church next Sunday morn ing, at 11 o'clock. William T., II. K. and Marvin rafford, Lindsey Melton 'and oth ers, of Flatwoods, were regular at tendants at the protracted meeting fli,nc nf (1,a1m',1.a l. 1 C 1 , 1 VL lu" aiUL1 "av BCUU was here on uusiness last wees. Hf ,,i Qa: , -w tn in Hollow Rock last week Mesdames Waa here last week on business. Lashlee and McLlyea were guests Rev. D. R. Pollard and wife, of ot the tamiiy ot Mr. Urocker, and Green Hill, visited here last week on returning home last t riday Mr. Jnatieo A. V. Hardin, of Chalk Crocker presented them with a few T,pva1. was hero on business last uusneis or tms nne inut. Sntnrdnv Dr. Granville T. Morris died at John Maiden and Alonzo Mc his home at Paris Sunday night. Daniel, of Camden, were hero one Jiis death was verv sudden and en- dav last week. tirely unexpected. Although not Judging from the sentiment of ness and prosperity. Liberty, August 21. from wvly. Special correspondence. Miss Ellen Rushing is somewhat iadisposed this week. William Rushing is reported on the sick-list this week. C V Tftiffin lina nlriCttil nut, o teelmg well, he ate supper as usual, our people, lryan win sweep me fine brick kiln neaJ. thig laca and attended church Sunday morn- country in rsovemoer. Mrs. J. R. Herrin is still confined ...r ,llt,,.,Al.r. ni ... I ll..t. IVi mm I . trim Tl mi Ilia iiil;. xjj-uci iotniiiy ati uiynb no wan ucii , iiuiinui taken ill and grew worse rapidly, regular appointment at Green Hill and died at a late hour that nitrht. Saturday and Sunday. His death is supposed to have re- The revival meeting will begin at suited from congestion of the brain, the Methodist Church here Sunday and was a great' shock to his devo- evening, September u, to her room, but is some better. James Lockhart is slowdy recov ering from a severe attack of fever. N. McNeill and family wero the guests of J. ill. Herriu and family ening, oenieniuer u. . Unn.W ted family. Dr. Morris was a son County Superintendent T. Witt Miss Lizzie' Morton of Henrv County, visited her many friends here last week. Next Friday is the day set apart of Mrs. W. P. Morris of Camden, Cut? was hero last week iu the in- and was one of the best known and terest or the public schools. most prosperous merchants in the Will S. Odle left last Wednesday town of Paris, where he has resided for Parsons, where he will assume to j off C003etery nt 1. ior a numoer oi years, anu wnere cnargo oi a scuooi. no mou mm jnfrg Creek. ne was Held in the nnhest esteem l success. 7 i. v,... i,t;.. fir, ,.;,c - i i nn i hi,vn urrii im.v i' nun ULiiin. . . - . . - I n i ... ii i , , . , as a citizen, christian and philan- Urossnoe u lo. nave recency re- j iU be beueficial to tobacco, inropisc. a neart-Droken wire and movou meir saw-inoi to u ihi, uu potatoes and late corn. three children survive him. . Urn- .hagle Ureek near tno resiuence oi We wonder whv J. V.. Latimer i .. x i i t nriii. I ' J veibui regret is expressea over nis uaire jjmwuub.. Wears a smile always when ho re- suuueu ueain, ana ine oereavea uiw a m jiuoi uviv ulD ceives a letter from Wrav? ramuy nave the sympathy ot triends attending tno meeungs uu iviouul Qn aceocut cf so sickness everywhere. The funeral and in- Mariah, where they are having a among tho fetudents, the school at terment took place at Bans Ceme- big revival tins weeK. Neophegen has been discontinued terv Monday afternoon, and was The little child of I nomas Hat- f " .QPnf, the Mount .iw,, o-r ii auburn jau. j j - i . largely attended by friends and ac- ley, who resides near quaintauces. Fills Do Not Cure. Pills do not cure constipation. Thuy oniy aggravato. Karl's clover root tea gives perfect regularity of tho bowels. 1 or sale by J. u. rrcssjon. Mariah church, died yesterday. We did not tret particulars. Several from this neighborhood . A JS'aturiU f'eiVutirier. Karl's Clover Root Tea puri ties th c attended the protracted meeting at blood and gives a clear and beauti- Chalk Level last week, which was ful compjexion., .'( or sale by ). i. a most successful meeting. Presson.