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1 J IP" i r i -, i 1 ,j ! UL Li I, CA virn u: at CHRO r - j Vui.. XV. No. i:t. camdi:n, ti:nn.. Friday, ai'iu st ho. is'.7. Wiioi.k No. 'Ml m OPEN LETT To MOTHERS. R S' lilclliln r win rtt hold WcdlleH- diy l'hie?e.'i (it SSl cents-the lii'-lir.-.t point reached sinn! lN'.ll. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. WK ARE AS: FR ri!i; im THE COURTS OUR JUOIIT TO THE K(I.L.,IVK L: l. of TIIK WORD "CASTOHIA" A Mi "HTCHKIi'S CASTOUIA." A3 u'.k ik auk 'mark. , DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, was the on motor vf that hear ' PITCHER'S hat has horn", and dm s now ,r car thr fir-din He f ii!iire vf (x7t Jlynnn is, Junsnnchu.setts, CASTORIA," the same 7 on every iittHislhrv.rnnl PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in the homes f iJ.r uoth-rs vf Jmcriea fur over thirty W'trg. LOOK CAREFULLY at the, wrapper and sen tluit it is the hind poii, lave nhi-cp bimfht stf , r..i,,a o ( nir'iture o "Ti s , s.q4 m wrair- prr. Ai one Jus a out ,,.! (y from me to use my name except The Centaur Company vf which Chas. 11. Fletcher is J'rcsidtnt. March V. 1S07: 0.0ouXuiyXti Recent news from Ohio indicates very clearly that JWurk llnnna liu.i capitalized a "middle-of-the-road" lopuht movement in (hut State, rays tho New York .Journal. According 1o the latest returns we have h'"h tin majority against calling rv Constitutional convention is ovrr 10,(KH). It h 'ems that the n visiting Ins cousins, tho Jit Hon Republicans have carried ono Ten- boy Mr. T. II. Latham, tin photogra- plie, is hero find has pitched his t'!it in the court-yard. Mr. Latham ir ... 0 ... . . . i an artist ol well-known merit, mm wo bespeak fur him a liberal pat ronage while in our midL 11 v. I. It. JIuMm, who hns had i m ' a a. (lmr;'. ol ft circ'iil mo past year in iCorvalis, Mont,, caiuo in yesterday on the 1807: Do Mot Bg Dnr.nivnrl. Do not cn.hnger the life of your child ly accepting a cheap substitute which some ilruostm' offer you (Wcnwc ha makes a few more pennies on it), the ingredients of which f iat fic docs not know. "The Kind You Have Always Bought" BEARS THE FAC-SIMILC SIGNATURE OF Mr. IVrrell lingers has lieen in our mid it huyii;;;cattla Mr. James McClill, of Iaveri'iie, in vinitiii'' Camd.en relatives Mr. M. K. r.yni, of Hi- Handy, was in tho city last Saturday. Mrs. .1. W. r.atemnn has Ink n in- nnd left for Jlo'daday t visit hi disHs-l nevcrul days tliis week. mother, lie u itMvIlent health . . i I am I is wel l pleaca V. n.li ni v oik Master lriict rarmer, (f i Jaud, . ., v , , ill iiiw ium tuni nu Mr. J. 15. Nance, of Eville.lo.'l on our tablo yesterday a sample of ii)ple8 frown op. hid p';': I hat aro royal heatit'es. .Tim va'iij.'vitoi known, but they attain a very lartiC Mih. J. II. Davidson and c!iildnm ..rrnwth, r'u-h and iuicv. He alio visited ielativeo at McKcn.ie l.xst I, ft a Kamph of tho first cotton wo week. have tu-en thin k usuil Tho littlo child of llev. and Mia Th followln:' Tarlies attended T. F. Canon wiu ouito sick the lir.st Mho (!enU'nnid Suliinhiv SheritT Li the Thanks-ivin-of thoprcs- (,f tho woek. . . A. Lanlile... Circuit Clerk A. Jt. cut year, bayH the St. Jiouis llcpuh- M- u mw XM m0Vcd witli Urooksand family, Clerk and Mas- lie, tho Kreat American koi! Khould hiH f,in,ily Lack l.o.town from the tor 1). (1. Hudson, Jlou. .William leieneuu Konsmeim.on. xiiiuu-n tenth district. 1- MOIUS, W. T. MolTlfi, WL, ami nesse. election. The revenues for the past month were muhhmuhi less than trio ex- penditureH. At this rate then will have to he a bond issue in less than six mouths time, even if there is no war with Spain or Japan. Mr. Charles Atkins, of Parsons, joined his family here for a f w days. Insist on Having Tho Kind That Never Failed You? tmi cinuua tOMpunr. Tf mj loam citt. ! it we ure beini; haved from distre.-s iiL,'ravated by localized robbery. The elections in Ohio and Mary land in tho fall are of tho rcatei-t importance, for if both lto ilepub- lican tho Senate will have a clear Republican majority after March 1, lb'.r.i. And for that reason those elections aiecxcitinp;great intercBt. iiiUSll- i r if 1 ... i.'- .:. HT- V 1 !!..,...! ,.11 lensit,. vj. ? I j Hn 1' V , 1 I II Is nil. ii, Ji. .iitwi.-iiiuiHniiiMum ir 1 T 1 1) O.... 1... t ... i 1.1 'ni U.UIUWII I1IIU i), Kit UUII1 l k J & 1 Jl tA (bit .'l . IIUVU 11 il' 1U Middle Tennessee. hoiu . Mr. 1'. 15. Linker nnri iamiv. of t u ii . i. J. Ilustburtrl, yisited Caiudeufxieuds ttml I:lijflll 1)y. ftt Chalk jllill last tho first of tho week. weok wna ft h- n vug : . All i :4tl il ..)-- 4 BATEMAN,SM 7 T1JRI11TURE & HOUSEHOLD GOODS iSloves, Galvanized Guttering, Trunks, Tho book committee, that has in thodist Publishing hold a prot ivillo, ha.s recently tho first of September. lividend of 0 per cent., and 0,000 has lxvu w bo distributed amonp; the conferences for tho nupport of bu perannuated ministers and to wid ows and orphans of ministers. rc. Mr. J. F. Pierce, of Paris, joined a trencral revival of religion aiugiii.: his wifo hero Friday and they re- tho christian people of that neih turned homo Sunday. borhood, and there were four im- Tho Daplista of this place will nierT,B-;, um -y' cJ, niwtm- hold a protrmaed raeetjc- about cu u w;ui bK 1 vu:TO OWIlly- Tho prolracUnl meetiiiL; at Flat- woods last week was a regular re- TURES, FRAMES AND WALL-PAPER, iQPtains, Fixtures, per cent., m L u Prcs30n wll0 hm 1)0cn wochis last week was a re-nlar re- t apart to nffo(.ted with apoplexy several days, Vlvf' ft.ml ms!!1UHl 1,1 out eiirbt ho several rnnnrnil Kn .professions. 1 hero was !, id Mrs. A. G. McDaniel, of Hollow wo understand tho noonle wer wnlJ Rock, has been visitiu,; rdlativeo pleased with tho work. of tho pas and friends hero this wuel:. tor. ltev.il. P. Witt. Tho mwi in.r Mrs. Efiio Knshing and children closed witli Sundays service Tho "Advance Ac;ent of Pros perity" has left tho "SVhilo IIouso returned Monday fi-oiti a visit of Account "ne'io" day altlie Cen and is enjoying himself up in tho several days at Point Mason. frmnml An-rn 9". , fl.n XnQl.rjMl,. oewillK IVlacllineH, mountains ot Vermont and on tho p f j ,y E returned ves- Chattanoo-a and-Si.. Louis llail. Oil-Cloths, Etc., Etc. waT wiampiain, wmio t rf f extended visit to 11-excursion tickets at ' ' over 2jO,000 miners are striking for , 4 . . . . n ow rnfns. Tickota nm iCAM DEN, TEN N. wagesenough to buy bread for their "',7 , , for trains Nos. 3, i)l "ami S o l n i ttna nm ran nni t nocn cnin n i i uor . wiir t hi. nvnii-oii i i i tw a i m i - r . . I ALSO DEAL IN u,. .""'M '"" 7 -r AUgUSU Zk iUM I or train' 10. 1 Ot inniora n vnru t-r i pKm mi nm Tir ens tnr a r inn.iimn nr iifttnnm h rr i , . ... iv r A T T T A TVTT mm " """ 1 ' ivugusi zo goon 1,0 return until and V A H h"S H tK A H rrospcmyi joee nuuco m uuotuer coiumu. on August 2G. Kate for the round JL'JLO. JL-J V.JI .I -iJ VJI-l. V.-4- JLJ- M. JL J I AND DO ALL KINDS OK , 1 am sun tu win oki aianu on 1110 noruiwost rornor 01 tno s-iuai-c. wnnro you will nnd Mm largest I u,. wi, : c 4ln .m . llni! of tllO above iroods Cili ril-d liv iltiv 1iish In lli.ntm f 'mint v. I':ill nn nut mill ii't inv ririi'.'M I LUCU1 Up. 1 llnl IL 11IU UJ, II tlS IU ' QiMirM Rcrnimo in PI ftTUIMfi NaTIAMC ITXACIDV ...UTU 1 wu,viui UUI uiiiiij ill v I I 1 11 VI, 1 1 J I luils gnu UblV Ll.ll I 1 Wlllvll Ww I 111 n it p Bianco. leunesseo itepuuuean Why not send your dogs to tho NEW ENTERPRISE 200,000 IN DAILY USB OVER eveitr onb oiviNa SATISFACTION. They are made of So-athem Iron' fay Southern 7orkmen, who are sustained by the prodacta of Southern Farmers. They last longer nnd make more homes happy than any other Stove oa earth. Fire back3 guaranteed for 13 years. If your Dealer does not handle them, WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. rw : ''s a good markot for them, By special arrangement wo oiler Home and Farm in combination with The Chronicle for $1, being Tho manv friends of Mr. Ilenrv trip from Camden 1.55. .This ir- Thero aro fivo hundred dogs in Hall aro triad to learn of tho im- eludes ono admission to. Centennial Huntingdon. It takes at least 10 nrovod condition of his health. t: . . . i i i n.i.i.uiuiiii; tu ui etseii i, nrom.eerH Register II. C. Pafford and fam- tho farmers of lienton County can IIIVJ 11 Vtiin .-, , , i i ,i f .,..! C !.; f I .v(1rn-i f . fro ( 1, , 1 ,4 41 invest that much in something that LiJ. it i A i . ....i.?f m,. ..... . l. mr mm ru r i n n i . r hi , v cum i imki: iiili iti iiii vf'Jti k i iim umihiit last week. ; 1 and oat crop, already harvested, was Rev. G. W. Neal, pastor,-vail hold an. P'?1 yield and ,j;ood Klondyke, ne nan Unurcn next toumiay torenoon f , M! ; l , '"""- and evening. ; CP f,nly. T,lH h io luo urouMi at tno tune or trans Mrs. Cora Atchison came up from tdantinc:. If theso. cions ran Up, Big Sandy yesterday to visit among disposed of at fair prices it will aid friends. She is tho auest of Mrs. Ulm farmer nnd lml the prico of our paper alone. That Hariet Farmer. trade, is, for all new or old subscribers re- ,T t wi -c n tut- hxt . nowing and paying cash m advance, TTT, r " rilll rr v "'VirAV I . wo will send the Home and Farm . voiet our timler ono year free. This offer is good f rn 1 .f h.r o tho woek f rom ft rot ftnJ by f?uciu; we throw away ? . . , . a invr. vicir. nr. H,rn lAiii-nolinooinI f,i,. ,,.,.1 1.. . for the next GO days only. Kenow ' VUi u uuy wwp; now and you will receive this well- Mr. C. L. Holland, of Paris, an we raiso (loS8 aJ by "ogs; wo let known homo and farm paper free, old Camden ,loy, is spending the our manure go to waste , raisow-edi week with relatives and old friends uu oruoms; we .The average rate of taxation oC Here and in tne country. i;ViV !"i .1 i , U10 Dingley bill, according to the Mrs. Nannie McElyea and chil- 0 bScVA Treasury experts, is 54.60 poi cent, dren of Humphreys County are and la6iy, we seml mu. b out j J against 49,5b per cent, of ho Mc- guests of the family of her father- R fortv-dnlkr L.;,Z " Kinley law o f IB-JO -ut in some in.,aWf Mr. F. A. McElyea. dog to hunt tece 1 drd Yes articles that tho people are abso- w Ar tT . , . nra i,nv,T' ' lutely compelled to bay the Ding- ssrs. W. M. Harris and M. A times aro hard. ley taxes are over 10U per cent. ""TV ; """T ""l-" Vi l'romiscnons snooting at 'night And yet the Republican platform ere here on business has been revived in our midst, we adopted at St. Louis last year led this weck.-Huntmgdon Democrat. rogret to say, and two ladies had a the people to believe that another Marriago licenses have been is- narrow escape from a stray shot at exorbitant tariff like that of 1890 sued by County Clerk G. B. Greor an early hour last Sunday evening. would not bo adopted. to Wright Adams and Madie Hen- Ao ladies, Mesdamos C. N. Travis ry and to J. L. Walker and P. C. The administration is trying its Waters. best to bring about a war with Spain The protracted meeting betran at nii. fillips & Buttorff I NASHVILLE, TENN. MANUFACTURERS OF COOKING AND HEATING STOVfiS, Mantels and Grates, HoUowwarn, Tinware, Etc. and G. LV'Totty, vvero seated on tho former's porch when a pistol was tired to the east of tho house and the bullet just missed their heads. This itoes not spoak woll for tho town, and -wo are loath to believe, that any one in-our midst would be guilty of such an act. DEALERS IN China, Crockery and Glassware, Cutlery, WOODEN AND WILLOWWARE. Everything necessary and convenient for tho Kitchen, Dining: Room, Laundry and Dairy. BICYCLES A SPECIALTY. in tho next thirty days, for tho effect Libertv last Satimlav. such a course would have upon the vices aro well attended bv the nen. elections in Ohio and Maryland, pie of Camdou, and they all predict Such a war would cost the Govern- ft successful "meeting, ment $200,000,000 or $300,000,000, ... , which the peop e would have to pay - ." . About 2 o'clock ' Monday mon, but of course they would not mind mSCK in8 Mrs. BettiV Cunningham was a little thing like that to secure the ?T: .' w ' V 13 aroused by a noise on her 1,.L- OhioSenatorshipforHannaaiidthe lZTaAJ Prcl one was tryinV Maryland SenatorshipforPostmas- tnie E Mn aiul Mr- A" J,' got in her room. She asked what ter-General Gary. Then "it-would uu- was wanted,-bufe'Teceiveil no reply gratify tho "business manager's" A jolly party of yonug people of and in a few moments a violent at- financial friends as they would have Mclllwain passed through here oh tempt was made to force tnen the to handle two or three million dol- Monday returning from a visit at door. "'She instantly' called to the lars worth of bonds, and they have Point Mason. The party was Com- family of Mr. H. F. Stiall when not forgotton how to make a profit posed of Misses Ella Wesson, Jen- tho intfuJorlmstilytdok to his heels ou such transactions tho Cleve- nie Cain and Daisio Merrick and There fa 110 clue as to the dastard! land-Morgan deal 4s fresh in their Dr. L., Amandus and Bornice Cain ly wretch, but a sharp lookout will memories. and Master Tom Wesson. be Wp-by our citizens.