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1 i in i J r- i Vol. XVI. No. camdi:n. tkxn.. nn day, i kiuuiauy ikk Wnur.i No. -in.") 1. rniiori -1 i Pi A MTX? "3 ""h twwri t fwr-' J i) V V i Money saved is money made. All goods new at the new store. No longer 100 per cent, or 50 per cent, made on goods. All goods bought for cash and sold on the lowest margin of profit for same. -Quick Sales and Small Profits" is better on the merchant and better on the customer. We don't blow our stock, but let the prices talk. Yard wide Drown Domestic, per yard, only 4 cents Calico, per yard, - 5 cents Champion Bed Ticking, per yard, only 1.0 cents Beat Brown Drills, per yard, only 8 cents We also represent OEHM & CO., fine tailoring estab lishment, of Baltimore, Md. If you want a Spring suit, sco our samples before you place your order. z ! Good Cotton naid, per yard, yours lor , i'tj:iIir- j Ladies' and Children's Hose, per pair, ,) CC nts Men's Suspenders, from 1 () to 5 COttS You can get a Good Hat for 50 cents, a better ono for 75 cents, and ono good enough for anybody for $1.50. YOU ARK INVIT121) TO INSPECT ICV1CRY ARTICLE KOR SALE BERT L. BRIDGE Camden, Term. The SL Louis I loMciiprat ALWAYS NEWSY AND RELIABLE. ALWAYS BRIGHT AND AND ABLE. ALWAYS CLEAN AND GOOD. mmm 1ST ji toi empsiT DAILY. INCLUDING SUNDAY. One Year SG.00 Six Month 3.00 Three Month 1.60 DAILY, WllUOLT SUNDAY. SU Montlif 3.00 'Three Mouth S1.00 LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. Mr. Gus Totty is moving to the Moltou farm this week. Hon. "V. L. Morris wont to Paris and Big Sandy yesterday Mrs. M. E. Austin, of Lavergne, We sco from the Paris Post-Intel- Mr. Wayne ltye is visiting rela- , snrMjyf and Miss Maggie Clen- tives at ISaoliville tins week. ilonin nf Knrin-ville. were married Mr. J. W. Kowe 1ms recovered at the home of the bride last ween rom his recent indisposition. The bank was closed Tuesday in Mr. and Mrs. P. E. McElyea have returned from a visit to relatives at Nashville and Laverirne. and were accompanied by the former's sister, I home of the bride on the loth inet Mr. L. 15. Hubl.s, of Holiday, and Miss Addie Bennett, of Hollow Hock, were happily uiaiTied at th One Year 81.00 WEEKLY EDITION. luued in SKMI-WEEKL-Y SECTIONS, 8 Page Kach TuMiUy mid Friday. "THXCK-A-AVttK." l'AI-El; IN AMERICA: The Best One Year .....81.0O Six Month 60 Cent FREE TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION! .nrl wnnr nanin and juldrei on a noMal card and cet Seven Consecutive Issue o either the Daily or the Weekly Olobe-Uemocrut FREE OF" CHARGE. romnm It. m-lfh other tinner and ee for yourself how superior it I. 'Mention this paper and state whether you are In the Dally or Weekly Issue. Address GLOBE PRINTING CO., St. Louis, Mo louor of Washington's birthday, Mrs. A. N. Lindaey and child re turned to their homo at Big Sandy Wednesday. The stavo mill of Messrs. Dodd & Whitfield was shipped to Spring ville this week. AW OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS. The Ciuionicle extends congratu lations. it is thought that the telephone line building from Sugar Tree to Camden will reach here this morn ing. The stockholders will have a business meeting here next Mon day. The lino ought to be built to Big Sandy at once. The candidates for the Demo- Mr. 0. W. Ilubbs attended the cratic nomination for county olhce funeral of Capt. J. M. Holladay at will make a joint canvass of the Holladay Sunday. county next week, speaking at Hol laday next Monday. 1 he boys are .m :,.::,. ,.ntc at,, an in ltoou b mus, nuu u'muh m t n ii.; inev are ueinj' royauy eiueiutmeu by the good people, and somo of Rev. B. C. Scruggs, of Charlotte, thpm we trow regret that, the cam was shaking hands with his many mtrn js drawing so near a close. menus nere t euiifsuiiv. . , . . , n , At a mass-meeting of -Democrats Rev. T. P. Cason will preach at at Big Sandy last Saturday evening Bethlehem next Sunday at lO.oO a. jeef,ates were selected .-to attend m., anu at moms napoi at o p. m. mass-convention, which was F. E. Cuff, esq., who cut his foot called to meet here to-morrow to covorolu a fow weeks no-n. wns able endorse a candidate for floater. ie to bo out Tuesday with the aid of understand that Mr. S. W. Bullock and Leon Caraway, esq., both de- -, r , , i . clined to permit their names to be air. anu Mrs. u iv. uatewoou, 01 in conection with f10atership, iictson, are visiuu iuo wtiei a The groom is a brother of our towns man, Mr. (). W. Hubbs, and a most exemplary young man, whita hi charming bride is highly steerrod for her rare attainments and sweet disposition. The CnnoNiCLE joins in congratulations and bc;tIsh8. WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD " CASTORIA " AND "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK. I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of was the originator of PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the, that has borne and does Hyannis, Massachusetts, same now y on every bear, the facsimile signature of wrapper. TJiis is the original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in, the homes of the mothers of America, for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the hind "you have always bought on ri& and has the signature o f i'fCcU wrap per. No one has authority from vie to use my name except The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President. 2 sft j March 8, 18D7Z QC ZJu.u,J. 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 even lie 'does not know. "The Kind You Have Always Bought" BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF 4 parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Lash ee, in the tenth district. Mr. J. K. Hatley, of Holladay, who lost his wife last week, and is left with three small children, has and the delegates selected were not instructed, The appearance of burglars in several of our neighboring towns should bo a warning to the people ujuvcu tv, i. ua iU"-7' iieve that there is an organization uuui luia yiui;. fl,;avPO nnnrttt nt in this Tiart Of Ivy JL LJ V, f v, k-7 vj.'i.v.q the State. Their recent raid at Big Camdeu from Nashville. He re- Sandy, where the residences of L. sided here a number of years ago, B. Luck and Sherman McDaniel and has many friends who extend were-burglarized, prove that there him a hearty welcome. hs method in their work. Correspondents who so desire, can A gentleman from Indiana, who have their paper sent in the name stopped with Mr. Alex Bell last of some one else, but the name of week, received a letter from his wife the writer must accompany all kt- saying that the ground was covered teis and communications. with 4 feet of snow, which moans i 4 n i i :3 i iii flmt. latitude flint filflu'liinfr will lurs. A. Arnoiu, wno nas resiueu " , " ., , 0 e 7 -i at Brownsville for a few years, has Pe S?otI untl! the,mi oE April. . IT.- 1 n r-. r,- rrl flint , TI'O O returned to Camden to reside per- AU U1 "e. """" manently, and her many friends are seated while writing on the shady srlad to have her with us again. sue ?L "U".BK "V, umeu , ir . . . T1. playing in tne streets oareiooteu. I red Sawyer, a brakeman, of Big Onito n pnntrnRt, think vnn.bnt note Sandy, had his arm caught Tuesday Uie Klohdvke article the weather i l . . l : . i. i . ' . : v . . wune coupling caiBui.m-iu, mUl uie I clexlc dished out to us this week limb was so badly masheu tnat am. Capt John M. Holladay died at his home at Holladay last Friday evening as the result of a.throac trouble. The sudden death of Cap tain Holladay removes a prominent , useful and honored churchman ami citizen who has long been identified with Benton County and her inter ests, lie has served as chairmau of the county court, was trustee of the county at one time, and served as county court clerk bp appoint ment to till out the unexpired term ofDonBruce. Hewasaone-armed veteran of the Confederacy, aud a prominent Democrat, beins chair- man of the county committee at tho time of his death. His loss to tha county can not bo estimated. His church has lost a devout leader and worker, the causo of education has lost and unswerving friend and benefactor, and many there are iu his community and over the county. who will bless his memory as a warm-hearted and helpful friend. His remains were interred Sunday at Holladay in the presence cf a. large assembly of sorrowing rela tives and friends. Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed -You.' THE CEN1AUH COMPANY, TT MURRAY STHKT. NEW YORK OITY. S. V. Wall, Principal. LP i I L image licenses nave oeen is- cnsacd nntiUhe neftr Bpproacli of by deputy Clerk J.G Robins t but things are differ N. Melton and Lizzie Well, t . ifc J if we ive uunu Tennessee. (Tcnacrl? Cic Senior Biniipl of U!al m moosicy's School.) Thoroughly prepares, boys for the leading colleges. Its pupils enter sVanderbilt University, on certificate, without examination. .Terms very reasonable. Next Term will open Sept. ist, 1897. For Catalogue, address S. V. WALL. nutation will be necessary. Paris Post-Intelligencer. Marriage licenses have been is sued by to A G. W. Beasley and Ellen George, J. F. Wall and Mary Flowers, Bert King and Belle Elmore. Last Friday's dispatches inform us that John II. Hives, of Browns ville, and formerly of this place, has received the appointment of store keeper and gauger at Tullahoma. This is the job held by Hon. James Jeffreys at one time, and pays about 51. per day, Ordinarily the question as to who shall be endorsed for school direc tor in this district is seldom dis- Our community wns shocked and made sad Monday evening by thft sudden death of John D.'McAuley. He was taken ill Saturday evening, but his condition was not thought to be critical, as he had been sub ject to similar attacks and always recovered. Congestion set 111 ana death resulted almost immediately. By his tact in the management of his grocery business, established last year, and his kind and honora ble dealings with the public,' his business had became a source of considerable revenue. He wns an honored member of' the orders of Masonry, Knights of Pythias and Xniglits of honor, and a member of the Presbyterian Church (Cumber laud). Thus has one of our best known citizens been taken away, leaving not onlyhis bereaved com panion but tho entire community f -r 1 -il. 1.:.. m sorrow, in accordance wun uk special request, the funeral was con ducted under tho auspices of the Knights of Pythias, and the inter ment took place tit Camden Ceme tery Tuesday afternoon, a largd number of sorrowing friends being present. 'S3?OCKIIOMEKS' MEETING. credence to the rumors that have been wafted in from the Cowell's Chapel community. Some are in favor of removing the school build ing at the chapel or rather erecting a new building a mile south of the chapel, while others are opposed to any change of the school site, and we. understand there are two can didates in the field, and the contest j;o(s merrily on. The stockholders of the Camdfn, llockport, Coxburgh, and Sugar Tree Telephone Company are re quested to meet at the office of the Catnden Bank and -Trust Co., it: Camden next Monday at 1. p. m. 1-February, 1808. J. W. Bateman, 17. A. Potts, Chair m.. Secretary.