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n HIT IP JL Vu, XV. No. U, camdln, ti;nn, fbiday. octobl'u i, ihjt. Whom; No. .".nI 1 AMDEN 0 WJLE. 1 BAT E Wi AN, 7 I'l A 1,1' II IS rURHITURE a HOUSEHOLD GOODS ',vi s (ih;r.i?d Cuttcr ng, Trunks, PICTURES. FRAMES AND WALL-PAPER, Curtains, Fixtures, Willi: AlMCllIf 1CH, Oil-ClolKEIc, Etc. CAMDICN, TICNN. I Al( IIKAL IN MARBLE, GRANITE, If 7 So AMI KM Al l. hlMW OK MONUMKNT mid STONK WORK. I illll Still III 11,1' II). I Miami I'll III" IiuiIIhu lllitt til tin' iiVw I'lmilt cai I iril l, in' , iiim .1 run, i i ni tin' -iii,tif. lii'ii- Sim will Aiul tin' lurtfrxl t- in I'.i iit'iii I iiuiil) . t all mi iu.' ami p i my iiii-. Special Bargains in CLOTHING. NOTIONS and JEWELRY, which we intend to Close Out at Once. AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS. WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE UP THE WORD "CASTORIA," AND PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUK TKADE MARK. J, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was tU originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," tlie same tJiat lias borne and docs now f$ sC? i. 071 every bear tJie facsimile signature of a)f7cU wrapper. This is tU original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in tits Iwmts of the mothers of America, for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the kind you luivc always bought yf .T" on the and has the signature ofjC'ClS wrap per. J"o one luts authority from via to use my name except The Centaur Company of which Chas. II. Fletcher is President. March 8, 1807: Q&:&yjLitJ. Do Not Be Deceived. Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the ingredients of which eve n he does not know. The Kind You Have Always Bought1 BtAK3 THE FAC-S1M1LE SIGNATURE OF (C 1 Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You: THl CCNTAUR COMPANY. 71 MWHHAV STRICT, NtWTORH CI TV. NEW c STOVES NTERPRIS 200,000 It DAILY usa OVER bvehy on a oivma. SATISFACTION. They ate made of Southern Iron by Southern Worltmetir who are sustained by the products of Southern Farmers.. They: last longer end make more homes happy than any other Stove on earth. Fire backs guaranteed for 15 years. If your Dealer does not handle them, WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. hillips & Buitorff M Go NASHVILLE, TENN. MANUFACTURERS OF COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, Mantels and Grate, Hollowware, Tinware, Etc. DEALERS IN China, Crockery and Glassware, Cutlery, WOODEN AND yVILlOWWARE, Everything necessary and convenient for the Kitchen, Dining1. Room, Laundry and Dairy. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. Hon. T. II. I'fvki r, of McKiii', wu.i in town t'diicrtimv. Constnlilo 11 II Fry lian Ixhmi on tin, hick liht ht'veinl ilnys. AIikh Jiillio Lriicc una t,'()n to KuiihiiM to viHit rt-lntivcH. MiedTom I'usKi'll linn Ixtii (juil m k Hi-vrral inyn tliia wc k. Afl r n K lay of hcvrrnl da) h last 1 1 t . 1 wf 1 k.cinibi u iy a ir iiK in iiH'iiiii cliiiicry,t!iM hinvo factory of Mfssr. 1. J. Dotll A Co. Kan rc4iiiiul work thin wet k. Th' iiiilicfttiotirt nn that llcntoii County will Ihi well rcprcHcntts at tht Ci'iitfiinial liryan Day, TlaiiH- lay, Ootobor H. Jlcilunl railroad rat' am otn rcd. Mr.ftmlMr. 11. L. Pliilliiw. Mth. l!i Sandy was wrll icpirscntcil Lcona McPanicl and MImkch 11a at chancery court thid week. Lnslile and Klella 1'renHon liavo Mrs. A. Arnold and Slin, Pearl rM! ,nJ4,V? t,,M " 'Ult"' of th, .,...1 4,. i!. i'iuoiiniai mis wcck. havo n turnod to Urowiwvillo, IIr. William 1'owlen lias been in dipoHed, hut in all rijlit aain. Dr. 11 M. McAuL'y accompanied lis family to ll'v Handy Saturday, returniii'' Knndav. MrH. McAulev Our Missionary (trove letter was ftnd child will M.cnd the week there received too late for publication. with relative and friends. Hon. Jon 11 Jon.-H, of Dresden, Marriairo licenses liavo been in- washere last Friday and Saturday. Lued by County Clerk (I. JJ. (iieer T. W. Farmer, the nopular mer- to-1 -Starhn-and Ada 1. Smith, ii it 11 : 1 if . Tii . i). iiarris una lmma j. . niun and James Wheatley and Willie lJiowniiur. chant at Claud, was hero Tuesday. "1 is the first day of Oetolicr, and the domino yamo still goes on at tin laicket. Are you t:oiu to the Centennial? Take the Nnshville. ('hal tanoiva Mrs. J ames Jeffreys n,nd Master and St Louis Uailwnv lrains for Lowell havo ono to Lavorgnw to K,lHlivillt, and when you et there Visit relatives. f,il;e the "(Vntetminr trnin ni. ibo Mrs. James Oides. of K.villo. union deiot for tho Exposition eft yesterday to visit relatives at grounds. ftdlicau Junction. Minses Tnie Martin and lVail 1 - liiLT Sandy's merchant prince. Arnold, Mrs. J. D. McAuley and Mr. William Caraway, was up on Messrs. C. V. llawley, D. (!. Hud- msiness tins week. son, . 1. Morris, Lulah Hudson, l-'.T.Sl..M-itT 11 n. Flowers an( Kuy Hall, Lune Morns and sev - - 1 1 . 1 i. .3 1 1 1 : . , 1., r i j,i ..ru,,,! erni oiiiers iiueimcu me circus hi ives here this week. Mr. James Hudson has recently put in a new press at his steam cot ton-gin in South Camden. BICYCLES A SPECIALTY. AVaverly Saturday. Sheriff "W. A. Lashleo arrested Walter Kirk and Hugh Lashleo at Huntingdon last Friday and placed them in Tail hero on process from m mm- V m . m Iho Hopewell 1'resbytery o tbo 4l0 criminal court. The latter was Cumberland Tresbyteiian Church subsequently released on bond, and win meet ac ureenneiu nexi wees. rnen( s of the former wt ro menar. Uev. G. W. Neal preached two iug ft bond for his repair yesterday, good sermons at tho Presbyterian Mrs. Hannio Cleaves, of Hod ford Church Sunday forenoon and even- County, a minister of the Fi ote iug. stant Methodist Church, is holding After a few months residence at ? series of meetings at the Cumber- Mr P.vnrr StprI ttn,1 anu rrosoyionaii uurcn. one amily have returned to Camden to 8 a, Pacucai taiKcr, ana a great ueai 01 inieresc is ueinLrmanuesiea py our people 111 tne meetings, n0a r,t rvivlinrcrli vna l,0r. A sirangor waB iouiiu sics near 'rw,in h;a .n h fr,n the residence of Mr. O. C. Hudson Juntingdon. t " 1UWU lor sale Une coal stove; com- of himself whatever. He expressed paratively new. If you are looking a e8jro to 0 to Kasbville, and as or a bargain apply to C. V. Haw- i10 a:a not fnVOrablv imoress our ey, camaon, enn. citizens, they promptly complied Miss Bessie Vauchan. who has with his request and saw him safe- been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. S. iy aboard an east-bound train .... . . .1 Corbitt, returned to her home at A goodly number of the Txople llalston Wednesday. Gf Camden and vicinity aro beina The Centennial will close Octo- scourged with epidemic pharyn- w 31. Tf von have not been to Kitis. lhe disease is of a serious see it, it is time you were making type, and two cases have been fatal arrangements to go. In all about thirty cases have been m, . .. , , - reported in the past ten days. ine lourm quarterly ouieiuuo iJ the firgt epidomic of tUe diseaBe of the Camden circuit will be held Li . v a Q,-i : f!am,l at Bethlehem October 23 and 24,1 Bentou County BO ar ag we cftu Mr. u. v. Arnoia nas movea 10 vn t1,q 1;ff1a ,in,lfyi,r0r f M,B the deureys place, ana lur. uusia- j,fitt- rjunn;n?ham. dieti smldenlv rr. ii... l r.,y : ro- . - 1 vus ony imvo luuvcu wo f1" Sunday morning. Shehadpharyn vacated uy tne iormer. -t- accravated form, and Miss Amelia Tanksley, of Nash- while her condition had been very ville, who has been visiting her serious for several days she was cousin, Mr. Alex Bell, and family, more cheerful bunday morning. ro.t.nrnprl linme Tuesday. and seemed greatly improved, inn m, . , , in a violent lit or cougning tne child j.ne price ol iiiji vjiuwihlu uc Rtrn,.rlp,1 n,l Mn rod in her mot, 1 1 1 . J I V " w been reduced to ou cents per year, . - i1PfnVrt mfidieal assistance which places it within the roach of u reach h The remail. y were everyfamily 111 the county. t k t Mil f interment. Mr. W. II. Mcllae, ot Carters- Conrressman John W. Gaines, o ville, ill., who. is visiting relatives Nashville, urges the Democrats o here, has a building contract to Tennessee to be at Nashville 11 complete before returning home. forCe to meet Mr. Bryan on Ne The protracted meeting begins braska Day, October 8. All bryan at the'iMethodist Church Sunday c ubs over the State are aiding in forenoon. The night services for movement to greet the great this week were called in last Sun- Western champion of Democracy r and many of the clubs will attend . in bodies. It behooves the Democ Mrs. AV. E. Mcllae and Miss Ida racy 0f t10 gtate to gve Mr. Bryan McRae returned home yesterday a Tennessee welcome. Hon. S. J. from Bon -J Aqua Springs, where Everett and Hon. Jeff D. Newton they have been spending several have issueij a can to this effect to days. the Democracy of the Eighth Con- Miss Willie Browning and James gressional District. An extra low Wheatley were united in marriage railroad rate has been given for the at the residence of Judge L. E. occasion, including admission to Davie! last Sunday, Judge Davia the Centennial. Let every Demo ofliciatint? in his usual impi'essive crat consider himself invited to go manner. We unite with the many and to get his neighbor to do like friends of the happy couple in ex- wise. Mr. Bryan is going to say tending congratulations and best something thatwill be heard around wislW. " 'ie eai'th, and you want to hear it. CMANCLHY COUMT, 'I lie following ar I In- proceed ings had in chancery court, which met h.ie Moudav, up to th" tiiii if going to presi yesterday evning: (i. . Sinij hoa et a!s. vs. I . r. W heatley et als., praying for decree o hell lands to pay debts: held un or consul rat ion. Loekhart vs. Stagiwr; tiO das to Bettle, on failure decree to sell. L'.llie Bushing ct al. vs. Horaco lushing ct als.; n jiort, former or er of hal revived. State of T( 11 iK-i ee for im, etc.. of Benton County and 1). J. Allen, trustee, vs. . J. Barnes: motion or rchearir. g granted, and vius set for hearing at a Mvcial term. first Monday in November. Alex Adams vs. James Davidson t als.; report of sale eonlinni'd sub- ect to lien and note for cost. II (1 Hubbs V'. J. H. Johnson; conliu tied a waiting purchase money V. A. l'titts vs. (. W. Shelton; r'port of sale confirmed, title di vested ami vested and cause ret i red. M. A. Hatley vs. L. O. Lashlee; eath of defendant sugges.ed, bill of revivor tiled, order of process re- urnabl to .November rules. W. Townsend vs. M. A. Town- send; procetH not served, order for alias. A. C. Mcllae administrator vs. G. Wr. Bresson t als.; report of ad vance bid offered, decree reopening nddmg, etc. A. G. Hawkins vs. 11 F. Brevard; uoeonfessodeeree rendering judg ment for Slid and costs. Cases continued: J. M. llobin- son, Norden A: Co. vs. A. C. Mcltae et als; B. F. Brevard vs. J. N. Wal ker; M. L. Holh-ml vs. J. B. Flor ence; Louisville and Nashville Bail- road Co. vs. . K. Hicks et als.; J. Holladay vs. Bhody Arnold et als.; . u. Hawkins vs. Harve Aden et als.; G. W. Farmer et als. vs. B. F. Farmer; W. A. Matthews vs. W. F. Harrison: William Harris vs. J. It. Hatley et als.; Luna Tippett vs. A. N. Walker; J. Cooney & Co. vs. C. T. Brecheen and wife; Alma Fry et als. vs. Bobert Whitfield et als.: J. T. Green Guard & Co. vs. J. W. Saunders; Mary V. Gossett by next friend vs. William Harris; S. Mad reyr vs. E. G. Flowers. FROM MOKKIS CHAI'KU Special eorresMitilence.l Thomas Stephens attended the Centennial last week. William Stephens was at Dick son one day last week. J. lv. Avt-rett, of Clydeton, was here one day last week. John Newsou and family visited relatives and friends here Sunday. lhere will bo regular services at Missionary Grove Sunday forenoon at 11 o'clock. Bev. T. F. Casou preached an ex cellent sermon to a large audience here Sunday afternoou. George Biggs and Daniel New som, ot Dundee, visited relatives and friends here last week. V. C. Nunnery and John B. and Robert Anderson, of Chalk Level, went to the Centennial last week. Mrs. Mollie Williams, who has been visiting her parents, S. New som and wife, returned home yes terday. The attendance at the school at Missionary Grove is very good, and Mr. Bishop, the teacher, is giving general satisfaction. The Sunday school at this place is accomplishing a great work, and our prayer is that it may still con tinue. Prayer services are held every Sunday evening. Cotton is ready tor harvest. J. F. Newsom ha3 been fortunate in securing a number of young ladies to assist in this work, and oh, my, how they make the fleecy staple fly! Morris CnArEL, September 18. Still no rain. Pastures are dry ing up, stock water is scarce, and wheat seeding is impracticable on account of the dry, hot weather. The visiting attorneys here this week aro Alvin, Jo It., S. W. and P. A. Hawkins and G. T. McCall, of Huntingdon; T. A. Lankford, of Lexington; T. L. Lanier, of Wa verly; Tom Fryer, of Paris, and William Leaj prosecuting attorney for Mississippi County, Mo.