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The Camden chronicle. (Camden, Tenn.) 1890-current, May 14, 1897, Image 4

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F. H. BATE IVi A N ,
JUOT RCCEIVCD Dy
;iVi RS.. 8. j. TRAVIS,.
Camden, Tenii.
The Ladies arc Invited to call and see the La'r.t Stylos In Hts
Hard-Time Prices on everything' (rt my line.
NEW ENTERPRISE
TOVF 9onnnn
They are made of onth-rm Iron by fioatWnt Work men,
whoftrcBuaLilsnil tthe .ro.1uctii of f.ontUurn Fari!i,rti.
Tliry last louder and t.rUe more liotnra linppy than ony
other Sioe on ciftli. V!re back j frnaruntced fur 13 years.
If your Denier docs r.oi liable then, WRIT!; FOR CATALOGUE.
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Phillips & Buttorff Mfg. Co.
NASHVILLE, TENN.
MANUFACTURERS OF
COOKING AND nEATING STOVES,
' Mantel- ana Gratet. Hollowware, Tinware, Etc
DEALERS IN
China, Crockery andr Glassware, Cutlery,
' WOODEN AND WILLOWWARE.
Everjrthing nocessary and convenient
, for the Kitchen, Dining Room,
- jt . 1
; taunary ana Dairy.
BICYCLES
A SPECIALTY.
'DIRFT FROM Mil I TO WFADPD
..''p- Which Saves vou 4 Bio- Profits. as-i:
, ' " Th9,Commissm House, The Whostaler, The Jobber and Store Keeper.
E. ROSENBURGER & CO. 202-204 1 m st, NEW YORK CITF.
$2.90
VtMJU 1 SUITS FOR j
, Eop' JJdonts Suits, Sizes i to 15,
-. wltft extra pair cf pants, $2.9$
These Suit we GUARANTEED to be made from Imported
Wool Cheviot, in Black, Blue, Grey, and Brown, in sizes from
J to 9 years of age. . Made up double-breasted, with Sailor
Collar Collar fancy embroidered lined with fast Black Albert
Twill Sateen-and Patent Waist Bands. Trimming and Work.
nunshiyth yery best. Sam in Siies for age ip to 15 years,
withotartiaijor Collar. Se Pattern'! Below. ' ' '
Cfi : ' LJ with Extra Y f Ci
Uis&l 1 1 v nil
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When ordarins: send Post Office. ExDreis r I I U
Money Order or Registered Letters, also f I 'fTytl
age atlast birthday, and if large or small I J f Irril
not 4tisfaory. Send ac. stamps for sam- f ' "-' jfSjl
4 CUSTOM MADE TO ORDER
SlG.UsyuVl7.Sn
Guaranteed to be made from All Wool,
Fancy Brown, Gray, Black, or Blue
Worsted Corded Cheviot, made in latest
style, lined with Imported Farmer Satin,
trimmed and finished in the best of Custom
Tailor manner. You cannot duplicate it in
your town for $16.00. Sizes 34 to 42.
The same goods made for Youth's, 13c OP
to 18, in Long Pants, Coat and Vest, w
How to
measure for
Men's and
Youths Suits
Measure
around the
Breast and
Waist over
tha Vest, and
from Crotch
to Heel for
Pants.
We Pay Ex-
press Char
ges, and
should you
not feel satis
fied will
refund the
money.
Remember
You buy
I direct from
one of the
I largest Clo
thing Manu-
Ifacturers in
America.
This I Si
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S- r ; f ( o
Will accept Botes for tuition, or can
deposit monpy in bank until position
is secured. Car fare nald. Nnvnm.
Send for free Illustrated catalogue. Mention this paper.
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iTexarkanaaTex.
POSITIONS GUARANTEED.
tion. Enter at any time. ..Cheap board.
Draaglioa's
Practical
nAAttAanlAi. nAMMi.nl.3n 1. . I. - ,1 Tmu11.i. , nln 1. . J T f
ijwbiuk, rbiiiiiaiiDiuu, cruiiiiiiunui , j wriiinKi icicrapny, aiie most inarousfn,
practical and progressive schools of the kind in the world, and the best patronized ones in the South.
Indorsed by bankers, merchants, ministers, and others. Kourweeks in bookkeeping with us are equal
to twelve weeks by the old plan. Their President is author of" Draughon's New System of iiookkeep
3ntr," which cannot be taught in any other school.
SCflfl flfl given to any college if wecannot show more written applications for bookkeepers and
UUUi UU stenographers, received in the past twelve months, than any other five Business Colleges
in the South, all " combined" can show" to have received in the past five years. We expend more
money in the interest of our Employment Department than any othar Bus. College inTenn. takes in a
tnition. S 5 QO.OO Amount we have deposited iu bank as a guarantee that we have in the past fu!
filled, andwill in the future fulfill, our guarantee contracts. fiOMB STUDY. We have prepared,
especially for home study, books on Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Penmanship. Write lor price list.
Projn Draughon I now have a position as bookkeeper and stenographer for the Southern
Grocery Company, of this place; 6alary, 75.00 per month. I owe it all to your books Oil bookkeeping
and shorthand prepared for borne study. I Armstrong, Pine Bluff, Ark.
Please mention this paper wliea you write. to tlia -advertisers
UNCLL BAM
At II I. Teiinroro t ri tuu ) l.i,ti,it
llonil KM.ltln,
If tliorcwem no otla-r a!tnirli.nH ut
tl.O Tcjllll H-ii'V lilt, t j.Uidil;.! r,X.( .ili..I),
tlii! Uiiitcil biiitvn (iMViTnim nt r.uil.liiitf,
oimt.f the most in..;-! ii'.-r! t ati.I iuii rc--hivo
t-iMviiui'iin .( itrcltitcctiiio (in tli
Kii'iuiiii, wilh its vurii'.l tin. 1 costly vx
liil'i!' within, would uiiijly rci.uy t,.
mrkt-r of iiifortiKitioii uii'I j.h'ithiiro to
tr;ivvlliuii(!rttlH(.f jail.-i to v i - it - Willi
ia tlic hcitutiful htrm tiit.. thi n., will 1m
"hiliUto hcc" tlmt I! itvcia-.. -i iliun
iliii'.H imt hi e iliiii it lift-tiin.'.
Ill fact, it in itcotnj.IctocxiH'sitioti, ciu
I'riu inj; 11 ! j.artmcnt of war nn.l iu;uin
t'liil.itx, 11, dcj'urtmoi.t (,f zooloj-y nml
1'Hcatiiiy, 11 i!.'(iitrtia ht of M-i.-ncc an.
Hi t, n dcjmi tniciit of ancient iih-l uio.l. r'i
litury, u tlcimrtiucnt of juvcntioii, a d-
uitiiicntof il'UatclLi, un.l a lc.urttn ni
V.
i s
M II. I K IN
f FIIBBE s HOUSEHOLD GOODS
Stoves, C'.Ivanizrd Guttering, Trunks,
PICTURES. FRAMES AND VVALL-PAFER.
' EllfllillS, fiXlOFES,
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CAMDEN,
Sewing 'UichiticHt
OM-Clot!is, Etc., Etc.
TLCNNICSSICE..
I. A I NO !)!;. I, IN
'f llusujcc
A Oho filters lie in Haluti-.I l.v the wuv-
lig f"iai;i mill Imnni'iH of nil th rcat
uwi:i-M of tlic world; lu rui.scH his t'VcH
whin l'l-Oiodiictinns (,f (J;,, worulcrfii
uiMuutic light Iiou.m Hash ufidsH bin
11011. You mi har.lv realize that you
aro titauding in fr uit ot u iui-litjr light
I such groat jiowt r, that its ruva caul.t
hcon from twenty to fifty miles at nca, to
guide tho marine nafcly arouml Lrcakor.s
:o tliu Lnvoa where ho would he.
Vn on to tho navy lU'iiartment. and
there you koo fao-fimilus of tho great war
vesselh and merchant marines of which
011 Lave perhaps long heard. So per
fectly constructed, and olahoruttly ilu-
lhtiod are tho models, that tLotViamls
of dollars have been expendo 1 in their
construction. From thin department go
direct to tho display of ficioutitic iustru-
nients, and thero learn fiom practical
woiKiug appliances how a man of war or
merchant marine in managed upon tho
pathless deep.
Now you como to tho department of
war, and from the crude- old-time flint
lock rifle to the most improved muzi-le-
.oatling cannon. Isot oul are tho vari
ous implements of war exhibited, but the
rogaha of tho men who rulkt for tho de
fense of their country.
In tho post-office department tho lov
er of philatelia can feast his eyes upon
tho stamps of tho world to his heart's
content. In this department may also
be seen illustrations of .the markinc-
rooms of the Government post-oflice.
Yiait tho treasury, and tho fac similes
of tho currency and bonds of our coun
try. You will bo agreeably surprised
when you boo tho exhibit thero.
A walk through tho Ions: crotto. with
its enchanting walls, tilled with nich-
ike recossos, which are in reality beau
tiful little lakes filled w ith fish, little and
and largo, of many varieties. In fact, to
many this will, no doubt, bo ouo of tho
most interesting departments iu tho Gov
ernment liuilding, but also one of tho
most attractive and instructive upon the
entire grounds.
To the student and inventor tho hand
somo display of tho United States Pat
ent Office offers a field of study that but
few, comparatively Hpcakincr. are afford
ed within a lifetime Here are models
from the roughly-made hand printinc
press to tho wonderful perfecting cylin
der that prints 20,000 and 30,000 copies
of the modern daily newspaper per hour.
Ilaen there is the Indian exhibit, a very
interesting' feature of the Government.
And while thero liavo been many com
plaints that tho white race has beon the
inveterate enemy of the red man, wo see
nere what our Government has done and
ia still doing for this remarkable aborig
inal inhabitant of America.
Ia art and in architecture there are
drawings and paintings of the useful and
beautiful.
Of relics and rare curiosities thore are
many enclosed within tho glass cases of
their respective departments.
All of this magnificent exhibit, the
half of which I Lave not. told, has been
sent Lore by a government that knows
no equal, nor pausos for a lack of money
when the manifestations of Lor greatness
is at stake by a government acknowl
edged by friend and foo as the mightiest
upen earth. , E. S. J.
GASTO R I A
Tor Infants and Children.
Tin faa-
llatla
elfisiturs
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fa rm
42 iverv
The most intensely interesting peopl
01 the world just at tho moment are
Cubans and Greeks. .
tho
arbie and Grani
AMI 11(1 Al l. MN1W OK
MONILMICNT' and STONW WOKK.
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II. - tl. w,M1(Js iMI ltcl hy any l;..ll,.M I 1'rHK.il t .,il,,. ( 1, ,f, ,,(.' i.ll.l p't M 1, ,-s.
S pecial Bargains in CLOTH IN G, NOTIONS and JEWELRY, which we
intend to Close Out at Once. "
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$$.00 mm, S'Sl
j The Style, l it and Wear VJ V
fj could not he Improved lor f -' "wA -S
V Uoubiti tho I'rice. k 4 . f
Morcliants,
llankirs,
Lawyers,
I'hvui.'l-.nc
anil ali
coommiiral
nii-n wear
V. I Ilnnalaa
(fih(es licraiiso they
For sale by
J. W. BATEMAN.
W. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 ani $5.00 Sfiocs are the
productions of skilLd workmen, from the best ma
terial possible to put into shoes sold at the: prices.
We make also $2Ji0ani $225 shoes for mm. anrf
$2.50, $2.00 and $1.75 tor boys, and the W. L.
as j.jv ronce siioe, very suitable for
-carrion, policecua and others having
h wallJng to do.
metantly oil.lincc new atylrs to one
lariro variety, anil then, lu nr ma-
wu cannot lm suited, so umigt on
W. L. Douglas Shoes from your
Camden, Tenn.
use only tho boxt Calf, llnssia Calf
1. uiiiii!i, rn-ucu l axcnt, ( air,
French Knaiiml, Vicl Kid, etc.,
graiied u correspond with priceti
of tho shoes.
If dealer cannot supply "you;
write
W.L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
Catalogue 1'bek.
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Custoria is-Dr. Sannicl Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use hy.
Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea
-tho Mother's Friend..
THE FAC-SIMILE 'SIGNATURE OF
APPEARS ON EVERY WRAPPER.
THE 'CENTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY STREET. NtW ORK CITV
lUH'M.l...,.-r.t,r-. -jt-,jU. 1 , .ia-,, , . . L
Wliy not lie four
ouo Oiio-iiian?
Pay but ono profit between maker and
user and that a small Just ono.
Cur Big 700 Page Catalogue and Buyers
Guide proves that It's possible. Weighs
2J4 pounds, 13,000 Illustrations, describes
and tells the ono-proflt prlco of. over 40,000
articles, everything you use. Wo send It
for 15 cents ; that's not for tho book, but
to pay part of tho postage or exprcssago,
;and keep off idlers. You can't get it too
'quick.
MONTGOMERY WARD ft CO.,
Tho Wr.r nf All Iia Dannie
I1I-U6 Michigan Ave., . Chicago
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FOR PRflTFRTIMfl. NflT Ff!!! nnMnmr?jT
Write ddbois & Dubois, Patent AttaFs.
- Inventive Age Building,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Book .free. Meqtion.tbis paper..
t AlctiLKccS
WINE OF CARDUlJ
-iife.-
i For Female Diseases.

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